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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - vssV TSJ i jCO KW3 -- 5f 1 RftWfi fcsr - - Jt 1 IL- - f gnrarrar DOUBLE NUMB sp YOLTBfE f IH RICHMOND Christmas time sho seems especially nervous about it Thero is a story about it of course but it- is too long and too painful to toll now This to Mr Van Meter whoso earnestness in his chosen work made him rejoice in every new found friend and whose enthusiasm was contagious Before long the story was known Mrs Harrisons father was a wealthy manufacturer whose two daughters were tho children oT different mothers and developed as they grew to woman Â¬ hood strikingly different characteristics The elder one Sarah was tho daughter of his first wife who had deserted him and her infant child to run away with one of his clerks He knew littlo of her story after her flight but in the course of a year and a half lie learned that sho had been forsaken by her lover and had plunged into such a terrible course of dissipation that death had been mcrci- lly speedy in overtaking her A year tcr he married the second time Again a daughter was born to him and as the two children grew up they wero treated as nearly as possible ex-Â¬ actly alike Everything that money could buy or affection dictate was at their command and every influence of refinement and education was exerted to fit them for a high place in society but whether it was some taint in the blood or a morbid brooding over a mothers sin and shame something led tho elder daughter to turn away from good and seek evil from her early youth Tbe father sought in every way possible to avert the misery which ho foresaw for himself and for her but it was of no avail A wayward youth was followed by Utter recklessness as tlie unhappy girl became a woman Sho still made her fathers house her home and would spend a largo portion of her time there but there were prolonged absences which the family strove in every way to con- Â¬ ceal and into which they dared hot Inquire closely for fear of shameful dis-Â¬ closures Tlie climax came in a pecu- Â¬ liarly painful way Among the gentle men who visited at the house was Mr Harrison and it happened that while the younger daughter was tho one he sought in marriage both the girls fell in love with him Sarahs passion was none tlie less violent because of its lawless character and its utter hopelessness and when she learned that her 6ister was to marry tho man she herself loved she left borne finally after a terrible scene in which she swore vengeance defied all authority and spurned the love of her father mother and sister For threo years nothing was heard of her Her father old beforo his time with sorrow mourned for her truly and would at any time havo received her back with open arms but no word came and he knew too well the futility of trying to track her or to lure her home again At last one evening she presented herself and demanded an interview which was readily granted It was behind closed doors and no one but the father ever knew just what passed between them He told his wife and daughter however the substance of it Sarah had demanded a portion of his fortune and had offered for it to hide herself from him forever to take another name and lead her own life in her own way I told her said the sorrowing man that she should always have a homo with mo no matter when she came to claim it and that I would never see her want for anvthing if she would come back to me but that if she persisted in the life bho plainly said she proposed to live I would do nothing for her before or after my deatlu And then she left me saying it was forever and cursing me cursing me her father who even now would die for her if need be For a timeaf ter this nothing was heard Then one Christmas of the prodigal eve slo wreaked her hate or vengeance as she chose to call it in an awful crime Mrs Harrisons only child a boy not quite three years old was in one of tho public parks of the city in charge of a nurse when Sarah approached and by pretending a violent fancy for the child threw tlie careless servant off her guard Whether she bribed the girl or really succeeded in tricking her was never known but it was two hours later when tliat frightened individual reported to Mrs Harrison that her boy liad been stolen It would bo impossible to describe the agony of tlie parents and useless to de- Â¬ tail all the circumstances of the search that was made The servant gave a suf- Â¬ ficiently accurate description of the strange woman whom she had never seen before for the family to know who - MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 25 1889 NUMBER 28 CHRISTMAS MORNlfiG ft v K J -- who had not noticed tiie trick But dont shout so The story was told afterwards with enlargements until it became a chestnut many years ago I was a long time some months be- Â¬ fore the teachers could learn much about the boy for he was distrustful to tho last degree He kicked the Re Mr Van Meter on the shins very violently and twisted himself away like an eel when that gentleman according to his habit laid his liand affectionately on the boys shoulder George thought he was going to be beaten and took his usual precaution of eluding the preliminary hold He had it seemed never kn6wn what it was to have anybody take hold of him in kindness and was no more to be handled than a young bird or a squir- Â¬ rel There was hardly anything in fact that be did know as the good mission people reckoned knowledge He knew how to swear fluently as Ids acci- Â¬ dentally correct answer as to his Maker indicated but he did not know and it was a long time be- Â¬ fore he could be made to understand that swearing was wrong In fact he Bwntbe stairs the maiden creeps did not know what wrong was So far Down the cold aad barren stairs as his experience of life went every- Â¬ 1b which she sleeps Ltaves the room body did precisely what seemed at tho FaQ of cfaDdish Omstssas eares moment desirable to do unless pre- Â¬ On the stairs tbe saaMesrstaads vented by superior physical force or by Fearing further down to go bodily fear Stealing was to him a per- Â¬ fectly legitimate mode of acquiring any-Â¬ thing that he might happen to want and the only reason why it should be done secretly was that too much osten- Â¬ tation about the act was apt fo provoke interference on the part of the owner who might and probably would want the article himself Lying was simply the easiest way of concealing anything that ho did not care to reveal and tho only inkling he had of the objectionable character of tlie act was that anybody to whom he told a lie would beat him savagely if he did not lio cleverly enough to escape detection As to the Sabbath the first knowledge he had of tho difference between one day and an- Â¬ other came from his noticing that once in a while these people who had whole clothes on and who spoke gently came into tho neighborhood and opened tbe little mission room and tried to get the children to go into it Trembling are ber lips cad bauds George was among those who were -lias Old Santa been below J coaxed in with much difficulty but after E H FtToa eoing oncarhe went regularly The room was clean and pleasant and as tho au- Â¬ TOUXD POINTS tumn days came on there was a stove put in and a fire made it warm That A CHBISTMAS STORY OF HEAL LIFE ST was a novelty to him being allowed to DAYIB A CVKTIS sit undisturbed in a warm room The story tlie good teacher obtained from rr ITTlt 13 by American Press Association him after winning his confidence was appalling by its very absence of detail but it was only one of many like stories and she could do very little to alleviate the misery that ws all around her George lived with a woman whom he had been taught to call Aunt Sally Whether she was his aunt who his beryettnc vhafcasSaBtaheaghtBieno Among the wildest and shyest of all who came in was a boy who was tire origmatorw at least one famnua joke though without intention The teacher asked him his name and he said it was George Being asked what Ids last name was he said that was his last name But you must have another name urged tho teacher Ib it George Smith or George Johnson or George What Nope he said shortly Taint George What nor George Nothin its George 1 haint got no oiler name0 But the joke came when the teacher wishing to know wiietherho had learned OWN the stairs the taaldsa anything at all asked him Do you leaps Down the poBshed oaken know who made yoef stairs At tbe same Instant a boy behind him Leaves tho chamber where stuck a pin into George Such tricks were very common among the little sav- Â¬ Uedisturbed by Christmas ages but it did not hurt any the less be- Â¬ cause it was not unusual George jumped Down the stairs the irmMcn spriasg from his seat and shouted at tbe toft of doebt hccluods her brew a Teiee GoddemitwJ X nags KisJy I - M iS thatS r8a the at five O THE younger gener- Â¬ York only as it Las been for twenty years past growing better all the time despite the sneers of pessimists it is impossible to realize that only a few years farther back tbere was suoh a plasc in the center of tbe city as the Fire Pclrts Nowadays it does not take un- Â¬ usual courage for a moderately athletic Iran to walk alone in bread daylight through any pubKc street in the city Then it was not safe to do so and even policemen rarely ventared alone after dark into the region known by the old name Now tbe borse cars run through the center of it Broad streets have been cut through and old buildings replaced with new Factories and stores stand where were formerly tumble down rook enea that had stood since tbe last cen- Â¬ tury and that were swarming with the most degraded poor and the most desper Â¬ ate criminals When the Rev V C Van Meter with a few friends as earnest and Determined as himself first started a E ission school within the borders of this valley of the shadow of crime he was repeatedly warned by the police of the dangers he incurred and it was some time after tLo work was started beforo be dared to take even under escort in the middle of the day the ladies who were anxious to aid by leaching in the school It 6eems now like a story of a foreign land and another age but I saw in 1834 or 1855 a party of a dozen ladies and gentlemen mobbed as they started homeward from the school one Sunday noon hustled into the street and assailed with volleys of obscene oaths and rotten vegetables and so beset by a horde of half drunken men and women that they were glad to escape with whole bones and ruined garments And the polico seemed powerless to prevent or punish such outrages for this was no unusual occurrence The region about what is now Paradise square for the distance of a couple of blocks in every direction was honey- Â¬ combed with blind alleys and secret pas Â¬ sages some of them running under Â¬ ground from one blsok to another It was a city of refuge for criminals ana though they warred and preyed upon one another with entire lawlessness they combined as a unit to protest anyone among them from tbe processes of the law Aside from tbe criminals the pop Â¬ ulation consisted almost entirely if not quite 60 of tbe poverty stricken for dUro poverty and desperate crime then as very often in history went hand in ation who know New GEOCQE JUMPED FEOM HIS SEAT mother or father was whether they were alive orwhether indeed ho had ever had a mother or a father were matters concerning which he absolutely knew nothing even by hearsay Aunt Sally was negatively good to him it ap- Â¬ peared She did not beat him except- Â¬ ing when she was drunk which was however much of the time She let him sleep in her room and when she liad food she gave him some When sho was drinking heavily site did not bother about eating and George had learned as young as ho was to keep away from her and get his food for himself How or when he got it only Gods ravens could have told Such cases are not as common in New York as they were twenty five or thirty years ago but they are found cow and again even in these days Who Aunt Sally was or why she took any interest whatever in him he knew nothing about She was a fact and ber interest faint though it was was a fact and he had not come to tlie age of reasoning about facts He only recognized them One day and it clianced to be Christ- Â¬ mas eve a lady and gentleman appeared in the little room as visitors They had read of the mission work the gentleman explained and had come from their heme in a nearby oity to see it and to give what little Jielp was in their power Thero was a story baok of it but this story was not told till afterward Their name was not Harrison so I may call tbeni that hard ance was souwtbing amaahnr It was r t Tn uncommon to find among them - rls of bt - ar or 7 years old who tl r t know their full names but who 1 Eton lared thit Sally or Bill once a3 1 viy name tfetsy ba4 and actu-s-i- n cr t- - t hildren vara fount who it know whether they bad ever 1 aU in in and meers Soae had no h zc o jd only knews hw they kejrt a-f ijYjs slept fl botes awl corners as 1 5u tii vagrant cats and dogs on r they ooull beg find or steal l aaUe Certarly it is but it is tr- - te ertneleeg t c The children who were coaxed one by one into the mission schoolroom were a crowd of little savages- - Their ignor Â¬ - even A CHBISTHAS tho kidnapper was but Sarah had had a sulncient start to get on a train for New York and all efforts to trace her were ineffectual Had the newspapers even at that timo learned the particulars of tho story it would have become as fa- Â¬ mous as the Cbarlio Ross case but the family shrank from the exposure that would havo teen inevitable and though all tho detective skill that could be pro Â¬ cured was employed no publication was made in the press Six years had passed from the day the boy was stolen when Mr and Mrs Har risop entered tho little mission school in the Five Points It was her own loss that bad made her so peculiarly anxious to benefit poor children but though 6ho was forever searching for her own littlo one both sho and her husband harTj most given up the hope of ever fine ig him While Mr Harrison was talking with Mr Van Meter however her eager eyes were scanning the faces of all the boys in the room Oh Suddenly she turned pale GeorgeP she said or gasped rather and without another word she flew rather than ran to the other end of tho room Dropping on her knees In front of the poor littlo waif who had drifted in bo strangely sheseizod him with both hands and looked eagerly almost wildly into his eyes What is your name sho 6aid to the startled child George he said George what Ijdonno ho answered beginning to GaoBaE iivbd wrrn aubt sally cry for ho liad developed a sensitiveness is about lua kick of a proper compliment said Mr Harrison My wife painfully almost aiorbidly anxious to of names ana moreover be was half frigl4ened by tUejuow frantic womans do everything she aa for poor children erpbaas And about efasBgbebflviofe-r- especially ft sRMI beaten in tho gamo of love was not so jonoof tho pressed men thero was f my daughter hath a letter from BicFard easy to bear He watched the lovers m nothg to cloud their enjoyment A Hexel who was on board the Hampton their walks till ho felt he could do any- engaged In tho fight was too tho vrcs3 it thing short of murder to get his rival out mon an occurrence in seaport towns in J What Dick Hexel hath smelt gun of tho way Ho thought if Hexel wero tnosc uays to excite mucn remarK save powder then in a real battle Hurrah once removed from tho sceno he might among thoso who were the immediate for old England and beloved St Ives yet succeed with Mary trusting to timo sufferers Capt Trenwith said ho would Amen cried Capt Trenwith who and tho chapter of accidents About tako upon himsolf to proposo a toast came stumping into the room Yes this time the government declared war which ho hoped noono present would friends tis all true Here fa a copy of against Spain and it was certain that refuse to drink The Daily Post dated March 2 wherein men would be wanted for tho navy The king of England liad declared war is an account of the battle writ by a gen- Â¬ If the kings ships could not bo manned against Spain and as the Spaniards had tleman on board tbe Burford the adby other means the press gangs would seized all the British ships in their har mirals own ship Fill the glasses and be out and they would first of all try bors he thought tlhsooner they closed John Tackabird shall read out the nar-Â¬ their luck at tho seaports What if they wm the enemy the better He begged rative should visit St Ivosl It was not unlikely tonronose the health of Kine Georco Under the combined attractions of the and they would be glad of a hint where and success to the British arms If they punch and the newspaper all eagerly good men were to be found Thomas nVed to see another Christmas evo he drew round the table and the barber Charnper turned thir matter over in his doubted not they would be able to say clearing his throat commenced On tlie afternoon of the 21st about IRISTMA ramdtill he persuatted himself that he ow honor of England liad been well main- would bo domggoodservice to the state tained As the punch was exceeding 2 oclock we came up with Portobello i a id furthering Ifis own interests at the good and liad put much heat into every harbor where the Spaniards had hoisted kiumu ritno if lw could lend a hslnlnc man of the company the toast was drunk upon the Iron castle tbe flag of defiance v 4 u hand in manning the navy provided with great enthusiasm Even John Tacka- Â¬ They welcomed us with a terrible volley himself keep out of the hird smacked his lips with satisfaction always he could which being at so short a distance took way for he had no desire to serve his It hath been reported said Will place with almost every shot One struck He was Nance that Admiral Vernon is gono a3 away the stern of our barge another country on board a full of such thoughts when lie made one commander-in-chie- f to tho West Indies broke a large gun upon our upper deck of his periodical journeys to Falmouth and that he swears to tako Portobello on a third went through our foretopmast on mining business and sought out a the Spanish main even if he hath no and the fourth passing through thearm certain crimp or agent for entrapping more than six ships wherewith to do it Ing within two inches of our mainmast seamen for tbe press gang What ho did I know not how that may be raid broke down the barricade of our quar- Â¬ there or what arguments he used to ad- Â¬ the incorrigible barber If he has only ter deck very near the admiral and -- vance his plans we need not inquire but pressed men to back him I doubt it i t killed threo men in a moment wound Â¬ mthe crimp was richer by some pounds I With an ominous look at the last speak ing five others who stood by them This JitilwiiiiniiiinimiiHhH mMHVlBWWIWl at the termination of tho interview er Capt Trenwith cut the matter short looked as if we should have bloody It was Christmas eve and the good Wo shall see said he When tis done work but was far from discouraging people of St Ives were preparing to keep we shall doubtless hear on it but what our brave fellows the festival with due honor Tho usual noise is that outside What now Tom The barber continued to read how tbe excitement of the beeon had been in- Â¬ Charnper Whats amiss Spaniards were driven from their guns creased in tlie course of the afternoon by and the English landed One man set Theres much amiss Capt Trenwith which said young Charnper who now entered himself close under an embrasure whilst tho appearance of a sloop-of-wanchored in tho bay and it was expected the room Dick Hexel is among the another climbed upon hia Bhoulders and that some of the officers and crew would pressed men He was seen in the last entered under the mouth of a great gun mer- Â¬ boat when they put off from the shore come ashote to join in the general This so dismayed the Spaniards that they rymaking After dark a band of mum Â¬ What my son taken by tho press threw down their arms and fled for their mers entered tltr market square and gang cried Peter Hexel starting to his lives stopping in front of the George and feet I would give a guinea to know twas Zounds Ill not believe it there Dragon commenced the performance of must be some mistake a Cornish man who did that cried Capt tho Christmas drama of St George twas a brave action I fear there is no mistako said Trenwith Soon a large crowd was collected and Charnper and there was a gleam of sat- Â¬ Set your heart at rest then captain the noise brought to the doors and win- Â¬ isfaction on his face winch he tried to said Peter Hexel twas Richard Hexel dows of tho houses most of the persons conceal with a pretended look of con- Â¬ who did it I have a letter from my son who were within including the frequent- Â¬ cern There bo thoso outsido who saw wherein he recounts this very same ad- Â¬ FROM BETHLEHEM TO NAZARETH Suddenly sho tore open his jacket and ers of a little club which met at the him carried off and tho officer swore he venture the poor ragged shirt he had on and George and Dragon and tlie Golden Lion would sink the first boat that dared to go TOE WISE MEN OF TUX EAST Then your son is a credit to Cornwall looking on his breast found tho birth- Â¬ alternately and well drink his health my friend nigh the ship mark she sought Then quick as a flash From out tbo golden doors of dawn thought Tbe vrlso men came of wondrous In the midst of a terrific combat be Â¬ Old Hexel hurried out followed by and tho captain got up and heartily tho wholo tiling happened so quickly Who knew the stars From far upon tween St George and the Turkish knight John Renowden Com- Â¬ shook Peter Hexel by the hand Tbe shoreless east they kneeling brought that it was over before her husband there was a commotion among the Inwrought gems and gold If the lad is really pressed said pound us another bowl of punch John reached her side sho gathered him into Their costly sifts ofIncense from their presence crowd and a-- party of armed sailors ap- Â¬ cloudlike Capt Trenwith I hopo he will remain Renowden and see that it bo worthy of her arms dirt rags and all and kissed While rolled peared headed by a tall fellow who in the service Suro I am ho wont dis-Â¬ the occasion him until it seemed as if sho were trying flourishing a naked cutlass cried In grace it No lad of spirit should refuse fields Tliat night tho rafters of tho Golden to devour him Then of course she Their sweets of flower sacred their sweet DlstUIinents of most leaves the kings name The crowd at once to serve his country when old Englands Lion rang with the cheers which greeted fainted Thejr laid low bending at bis feet broke away amid the screams of women enemies are afloat But come sit down the toasts of Tho British Navy and As reapers bend above their sheaves It did not take long though for tho and cries of The press tho press Tlie Tom Charnper and help us to finish the The Hero of St Ives as Capt Tren- Â¬ other ladies in the room to bring her As strong armed reapers bending clamorous sailors made a dash at some of the punch To give their gathered full sheaves kneeling Urns with was pleased to call Richard HexeL back to consciousness and then such a younger men in the crowd and among Will Nance who was already three It was doubtless the darkness that seme as is rarely witnessed in this world And kneeling so they spako of when thoso they secured was Richard-- Hexel sheets in the wind as he would himself made it so difficult for the mayor and God walked bis gardens fragrant sod put an end to anything like tho usual Kor yet had bid his face from men who was standing at his fathers door have expressed it boisterously inquired the captain to find their way home that order of exercises Mr Harrison wa3 Nor yet bad man forgotten God Tho party then retreated with their cap- Â¬ of Charnper how it was that he himself night though they were escorted as naturally a little slower than his wife to They spake Out Mary kept her thought apart tives closely followed by the crowd had escaped capture by tho press gang usual by the black servant with a lighted And silent pondered all things la ber heart recognize the child but only a little and Down with the press gang crying Thou art a likely lad enough said lantern The mayor accounted to his tho bewildered boy was shortly em- Â¬ They spake In whispers long they laid More than once the he and would swab a deck as well as wife for a headache which oppressed Down with them braced and kissed asfew children in this Their shaggy heads together drew sailors wero so liard pressed that those another him next morning by tho extreme exer-Â¬ Some stained scrolls breathless forth then mada world ever have been in the rear hod to turn and make a stand Such speech I was not in the town answered tion he had been obliged to use in sup- Â¬ prayer as Mr Van Meter utter- Â¬ Their high red as only wise men knew set Such a camels on tbe huge hill in tho narrow streets and a serious con- Â¬ Charnper I havo but now walked porting Capt Trenwith who poor man ed while the tears streamed down his Outstanding like soma night hewn silhouette flict was tlircatened But they reached over from Zennor having only one leg could not bo ex-Â¬ cheeks and every person in tho room their boats with the men they had cap- Â¬ Ah cried Nance with a drunken pected to walk as firmly as other people MOtlS AT HAZABETO dropped on his knees has seldom been tured and at daylight next morning the wink at the rest of the company trust at mom You may be sure the heart of Mary heard even from his eloquent lips and I think I see Him nowsudden day Beforo the burst of sloop of war in the bay liad disappeared a Zennor man to take care of himself Renowden was gladdened by the news Mr Harrison pro- Â¬ Above tbe silver fields of corn in a few more minutes That night there was much wailing Theyre a wise folk in their that had come about her lover but Where He has gone apart to pray posed to leave It was obvious enough among tho women of St Ives and a They know why tho cow ato months passed away and nothing moro Him to him tliat he had to take his child t think I see corn looking thoughtful down fruitful subject of talk was afforded to tho bell rope beyond tbe waking town was heard of him At length there came home but the good missionary was too Beyond tbe the club at tho Georgo and Dragon Just as St Ives folk know why they a letter stating that ho had been severely well acquainted with the neighborhood Beyond tbe sllverd mists that riso Among tho members of this club were whipped tho hake retorted Charnper wounded in an action with a Spanish From all night tolling In the com to let him go unattended Tbe mists have duties up the skies Capt Trenwith a retired officer of tho angrily ship in tho West Indies had been dis-Â¬ You would be mobbed beforo you had Tbe skies have duties down tbe mom navy who had sailed with Admiral Ben Come Tho captain interposed charged and was then lying in hospital gone a block if tho people saw you car- Â¬ While all the world U full of earnest care bow and had last a leg in the service of come said he no moro cross words at Falmouth Old Hexel at once started rying away tho child ho said and it To roako the fair world still more wondrous fair Ins country Mr Matthews ropemaker on Christmas eve Tis near midnight for that place and found poor Dick pale was presently arranged that a policeman More lordly fair tho stately morn and mayor of St Ives old Will Nance You and I Mr Mayor must set a good and thin from wounds and fever but in Moves down ber walks of gotdea wheat should be summoned to escort the party who had once been a smuggler and who example by appearing in church good spirits and anxious to return home II cr guards of honor gild tbe com up to Broadway and a carriago should wore a patch over his left eye which In goMen pathway for God s feet morning so let us jog homewards The doctors however would not hear of be taken there Her purpled hills she crowns In crowns of gold had been knocked out in some encounter Tlie mayor crossed the room with a it and ordered the patient to lay up a This was done as quickly as possible And majesty before the Lord Is rolled with revenue officers and lastly John devious gait Your shervant Capn week or two longer and then perhaps Joaquin MlUer In Independent for thero was real danger of trouble if Tackahird the town barber who al- Â¬ Trenth Shervant sir happy to tnd he might bo allowed to go His father the news had been spread through tho though occupying a lower social position you and the mayor of St Ives solemn Â¬ was therefore compelled to leave him neighborhood before they got away As1 was allowed to associate after business ly staggered after Capt Trenwith who and return to St Ives where he was TWO CHRISTMAS EYES it happened however all passed off hours with tho men whose wigs he stumped away on his wooden leg es-Â¬ eagerly expected by John Renowden and quietly and little George had seen such a dressed in the morning But the barber corted by his black servant carrying a When two weeks had Christmas as he had never dreamed of At the corner of the market square in was in advance of his time and held lantern The rest of tho company also his daughter passed they all three went over to Fal- Â¬ Aunt Sally was found and every the ancient town of St Ives Cornwall opinions which Capt Trenwith and the effort was made to induce her to reform thero stands a picturesque old hostelry mayor thought little less than treason- Â¬ departed and tlie George and Dragon mouth when the finishing touch was was left in solitude and darkness But put to Dicks recovery by the embraces Sho consented to go home but whether Until quite able John Tackahird was in fact a lights wero burning in the Golden Lion of his happy sweetheart she remained thero or not I do not called tho Golden Lion lately it had for its near neighbor an inn Democrat and on the present occasion long after midnight Three anxious know he was loud in his denunciation of the Time though old is strong in flight Sensational as anything in fiction is it equally picturesque and perhaps even press gang which he said was contrary hearts were there holding communion awl vainly trying to find a way out of says tho old song and he has brought ns Both not Yet excepting m somo few details older the George and Dragon to Magna Chartn and the bill of rights the trouble tliat had come upon them theso ancient houses of entertainment once moro to Christmas eve The club it is a true story After the first shock of grief for tho is assembled at tho George and Dragon must havo witnessed many strange a tyrannical and unconstitutional viola- Â¬ events besides being the scene of many tion of the liberty of the subject and loss of her lover was over Mary Renow- Â¬ there is a brimming punch bowl on the A Maneless Christmas a jovial drinking bout after the gather- Â¬ showed the English to be a nation of den dried her tears and reviewed the sit boards and tho silver ladle with tho A Christmas without spending money I ing in of tho harvest of tho sea or at downtrodden slaves writhing under tho uation with a strength of mind and a golden guinea is in active operation Midwinter holidays without dolls or pic- Â¬ the less lawful landing of a contraband Iron heel of despotism coolness of judgment that astonished her Tho talk is of the war and John Tack- Â¬ ture books tops toy cannon or jumping cargo or at th5 end of a successful pri Â¬ Where said he waving a newspa- Â¬ father and Peter Hexel abird has been reading aloud an account jacks colored candies or any storo vateering expedition Dick will return after a time she of a battle in the Bay of Biscay where a For all these per in his hand whero are our boasted presents of any kind whatsoever I things your Comishman hath an excel- Â¬ liberties when the lurelings of a corrupt said I am suro ho wilL He is strong large Spanish ship had been taken and Christs nativity celebrated without a lent relish On tho spot was the palla- Â¬ government can thrust themselves into and brave and has always been lucky where tho name of Tom Charnper figured Christmas tree or a Christmas carol or a dium of tho liberties of St Ives for here our houses and carry off our sons and Perliaps ho will do something that will among the killed gathering of the children no evergreen stood the whipping post tbe cage and brothers and forco them to fight in tho make his name famous and then wo Tlie mummers having finished their unholy quarrels of kings and their un- Â¬ shall all be proud of him shrub sparkling with glass no Santa the stocks Christmas play have departed on their How long are wo Claus and no pantomime Could such a Tho George and Dragon must have been scrupulous ministers Cheered by tliis hopeful spirit of hers rounds but suddenly they are heard rething be in a Christian land the fashionable hotel for after tho Corn- Â¬ to be clmined to tho chariot wheels of a tho two old men plucked up their hearts turning with cheers and shouts The verily bloodthirsty obligarchy How long Yea ish pilgrimago of grace the kings com- Â¬ and all threo appeared in their usual clatter of horses hoofs is heard on the And it is not so very long ago that missioner Sir Anthony Kingston lodged Tut tut interposed Capt Trenwith places at church on Christmas day Af Â¬ paved streets just such a Christmas was the rule in here and entertained at dinner tho port Â¬ with warmth Stop thy palaver John ter service as they stood in tho church Tis Dick Hexel como back cries three fourths of tho United States nay reeve of St Ives whom ho afterwards Tackabiid Tho king must havo men yard gazing rather wistfully over tho tho barber looking out of the window it is tho rule now in considerable sec- politely hanged in tbe market square for for his ships sea they were joined by Thomas Charn- Â¬ Let us give him welcome said Capt Men for his ships Capt Trenwith l tions where thero are no largo towns his treasonable practices Here also per who wished them a Merry Christ He Is a bravo lad and hath 8o easily do we get accustomed to what the Duke of Bolton when he visited tho retorted the barber let tho king get masr and uttered some clumsy expres- Â¬ Trenwith British flag Is and so naturally do children believe town in 1C90 them by fair and honest means and then sions of condolence about Richard Hex-Â¬ fought and I bled for the crowd outside bot was treated with six cried the Hurrah that the system they first noticed has al Â¬ ties of sack will perchance have men who will el He had heard he said that tho The two houses stood so he Hurrah hurrah I shouted the cap- Â¬ ways been the system tliat most people close together being divided only by tho stick to their colors and not run away as sloop had gone to Falmouth and if it tain and his companions as they hurried do not know and even the older ones narrow street leading into the market one of Admiral Benbows ships did in the would bo any satisfaction he would write to tlie door and there sure enough waa are forgetting that tho Christmas of to Â¬ square that tho occupants could wish West Indies to a friend there or would even go over with Mary day is comparatively a new thing Â¬ This was a sore subject with Capt himself and make any arrangements Dick Hexel on horseback behind him each other good morning from the winBut what was the old timo Christmas dows endure no slur on they pleased for helping Dick but he Renowden seated on a pillion Trenwith who could while Peter Hexel and John Renowden and with what sights and sounds was it In tho days of Georgo n Peter Hexel the British navy and who had himself feared thero was littlo hope of his release had already dismounted and were under- Â¬ ushered in Well in tho first place it was landlord of tho Georgo and Dragon been an officer on board Admiral Bon now that war had broken out going a vigorous handshaking among the was in all the rural regions at any rate and John Renowden ruled tho Golden bows ship at tho time referred to Tho These friendly overtures rather soft- Â¬ a time when no money could bo Lion They wero not only neighbors barber felt ho had gono too far but the ened the hearts of the two fathers but crowd The club sat late in session that night and Capt Trenwith would fain Children must have their but fast friends Thero was perhaps mischief was done wasted Mary felt suro that Charnper was insin- Â¬ In to tell bow ho had fun without extra expense savo as each something in tho similarity of the cir- Â¬ The captain rose from his scat his face cere His hypocrisy was not proof have had Dick Portobello child had carefully saved his pennies cumstances of theso two men that purplo with rage Thoud d chin against her womans instinct She scaled the ramparts of on the plea but of As to deliberately handing out a half strengthened their friendship scraping rascal how durst thou rake turned coldly away and he left them Dick excused himself They fatigue and he spent the evening much dollar to a boy for Christmas tho aver were both widowers and each had an that matter up in my presence Ill racking his brain for some means of preÂ¬ more to his liking in the company of ago father would as soon have thought only child Richard Hexel was a hand- Â¬ drive my staff down thy throat for senting bis suit in a favorablo light Mary Renowden I do suppose said of giving him a deed for the farm It some strapping fellow of prating of matters beyond thy barbers Day after day Thomas Charnper came Will Nance Dick Hexel will have a was a season for rabbit hunting and sledÂ¬ brain Renowden was nineteen Mary to the Golden Lion and sought every ding if there was snow enough and for and the prido of her fathers heart As Nay nay capn cried Will Nance possible opportunity of addressing Mary considerable sum in the way of prize Eliding if there was ice for a good din Â¬ children they liad played together but let John Tackahird bo Mayhap ho but his perseverance was useless She money coming to him If he lives to be an old man It may ner and an extra piece of pie and then thero came a time when they only looked hath spoken unwisely but tis well would not listen to him He saw that perhaps come to him said John Tacka- Â¬ perhaps for somo home made presents and smiled and nodded to each other known Capn Wado and Capn Kirby his suit was hopeless and that he had bird but the tyrannical abuse of power A littlo later toys began to come in from the opposite windows Then Rich Â¬ wenyshot at Plymouth for deserting tho gained nothing by the absence of Richard under an oligarchy say about 1850 in the central west and ard would watch for Mary when she admiral HexeL Yet he continued to haunt the D n your hard words I cried Capt Yes said Capt Tronwitb resuming neighborhood of tho Golden Lion until such toysl Blocky horses square cor Â¬ went out and would follow her into tho they would break anymans Trenwith dogs made of clay and burnt fields or on tho seashore and so it came his seatyhis anger having passed away nered cows gang iaw but yours I tell ye a true man yes and shoot Â¬ one night ho encountered the press on black in tbo fire and so forth and so to bo at length another version of the as suddenly as it came whjch had made another descent St forth a collection of them now would old old story which surprised nobody ing was too good for them Thoy ought Ives and he was caught in the sarnie trap will do bis duty whether he Is pid for it or no and may I never live to see the throw a group of children into convul- Â¬ least of all tho landlords of the George to havo been hanged at tho yardarm he had set for Ids rival day when a British tar will think more Be it remembered and Dragon and the Golden Lion who and so should some others that I wot of sions of laughter In the mean time letters had coma that less than fifty years ago Cincinnati looked forward to the time when tho hero he looked hard at the ci devant from Richard HexeL He wrote that he of profit than of honor This sentiment of tbe good old captain Louisville and St Louis were the only interests of both those ancient establish- Â¬ smuggler was well and only unhappy because he Well but resumed tho barber was parted from Mary He bad joined ought according to the usual custom of cities really known to the great mass of ments should become one and indivisi- Â¬ people living west of Ohio and north of ble whose tonguo must needs wag in spite tho West Indian squadron under Ad- Â¬ the stage to bring down the curtain on touching miral Vernon and expected he would our little drama but to satisfy the reader Tennessee and nine tenths of the people But thero was one person who watched of his fear of tho captain we beg to state that In the early spring under 20 years of age had never seen a the growing affection of tho lovers with this matter of the press gang tell them something And in those a bitter and jealous heart This would j Til hear no more on t cried Capt soon be ablo to So time passed on and Richard Hexel espoused Mary Renow Â¬ city of 10000 inhabitants about the war den in the parish church of St Ives and days rural America celebrated Christmas not be a true love story according to Capt Trenwith proposed the health of literally without money and without the ancient and regular pattern had that one volunteer is worth ten pressed The club had assembled one Saturday young couple in tho parlor of tho cash price thero been nothing to interrupt its men but I havo seen pressed men light evening in the parlor of the Golden Lion the Golden Lion which ancient hostelr Lr Plenty of peoplo who do not liko to bo smooth and even course A certain as bravely- - as tho beef and as for Ad- - The customary bowl of punch was on called old can recall the time when in Thoma3 Charnper tho son of a mine rniral Benbow he fought his ship liko a the table butrCapt Trenwith liad not still standing in evidence of the entire M J In Hlus all the book stores of the rural regions master in the neighboring parish of Zen hero and died tho death of a gallant old arrived and the serious business of the truth of this narrative only two Or three kinds of story books nor had long looked with longing eyes sea dog as he waa If some of his men evening could not begin without him tratcd London News IteceTTCd Some Himself could bo found and as to holiday books on Mary Renowden His visits were left him in the lurch enough remained pass Will Nanco stirred the Have a cigar Charley and holiday goods as such well they discouraged by tho host of the Golden to savo tho honor of England But hark To and the time lighting a pipe remarked that fire Dont care if I do could be found in tho cities probably Lion and Mary herself made it very ye John Tackahird let me warn theo the evenings were something cliilly Some that my wife gave me for a but not one child in a hundred taking plain that sho disliked his attentions that there bo somo mattera had better bo though the spring had come in spite of Christmas present tho country through ever saw one of Nothing could exceed the bitterness of forgotten men of Towedr ack them Er come to think of it Tom I guesr At that moment a steaming bowl of the What have the men of Towcdnack to his feelings when Charnper found that Er English Custom one who had punch being brought in all further unÂ¬ do with tho spring said the mayor of I dont feel like smoking today Ad Old he was rejected in favor of t change Among customs now disused a cere Â¬ been his successful rival from boyhood pleasantness disappeared under its sooth St Ives mony existed at tho court of England as Richard Hexel had taken him down at j ing influent Ji The party which now Why know you not replied Nance Kot Entirely TTKhoet EernesiBrance Hexel and Renow late as the reign of Charles II of bring Â¬ school in tho wrestling bouts at Feast included Petertheir choirs John the for that tho men of Towednack built a First Soldier Get any Christmas and him in the Comish den drew in keep the ing a branch of tho Glastonbury thorn entidebad thrown Second Soldier Yep present mer proceeded to All the glasses of hia hedge round the cuckoo to which usually blossoms on Christmas hug and had constantly snatched the gueatswith a silver punch ladle that had spring ba k But whats this news from First SeJnfer eve Jn procession and presenting ft victory from him in tbegme of hurl- Â¬ acuinea let Into th bottom of it As it the tteat Tig ruwoawd PorteWtio k SeeoBdSdWfer Yoabs ibe had endured I Ail these def -with trret rjomn to the kintr and otleon ing tretSeMt 4MsMC7 Hiwal takeo wwapasativfJadJlBee but to be waa not yet ksofc with Mtti Mm Joh Christmas morning New Jru Sealed BIWften ftfaaa JumL Â¬ i FOOD FOR HEFLECTKXi Te Mister Tn sty iwk I snra Ye nakta gnM alls n afceat As ta Ml ssr MaJuuUwllyassw y nt Bat would k ks yostr faffM oat statot Give yoa ton greet a shock To know een swine look dows ooyea VaBjtterTarkflj cockr v - -- J J1 bells are riigiig j I u- nelavior5 bon LWavall tfouqMs fr reaKoiilrii songs of gla8je5 nw iappv lappy mom Qav saex man-of-w- ar V Yet so It Is for by their eyes And guttural parts of speech I kaexr thay scoM yoa for yowr prisH And BttBaMsr tfcnvgMa would Mask 1 1 - Fray dml ssaa much a dattw Tettre kf s weR that yon my leek WB m a Cfci Wiiii puitsr Koraaace ami lteeta M 2 ffW 9tnf 8VP JssWT SCM W Bdyl ar - s l jti r n k i Swipesy What did Seater Ckras bring yer Misery Misery Oh I got a brand sew warm overcoat and a pair o dandy pants and a lot o candy and smotKer Mttte things I cant jest remember WhaJM gW Swipesy Ob I got a senbkin can an some warm cloze as goes on under tfcoco an fourteen dinner tickets and Me candy an tilings Now Jfigery aUaight whad yer git Misery voice jest a Utile snaky Say Swipesy I hunged up my stoekfeV aM right and do yer know I never get a bloomln thing Swipesy also shaky as tovetee SSer me neither Smith Gray Ces Dine tratcd Monthly now r lis Would SMde I A S Mrs Smitem to her son WWeh would you rather have for Chriatnas Robbie a pair of skates or a sled Robbie Cant I have both Mrs Sniitem No I dont think Santa Claus would consent to that Robbie Then give me tbe skates Tommy Slimeoas got a sled and I can i lick him A Wisfl Bird -- Why dont you eat Mr Gobbler Because I dont wish to be eaten my friend Are you not aware that Christ Â¬ mas is coming Harpers Young Peo- Â¬ ple Boys Are Unman of Oaorse The boywbe teds bis stockings well filled on Christmas morning doesnt care what the other fellow got Judge Christinas Gift I - r three-and-twen- ty A STCDT C BUtaC ASO WHITE - Christmas Sonnet Seep shadows fold tho dark earth la A holy sSenos everywhere TeBs of that night wees thro j The cry of acgets deft the air Glory to Ood to men good wMr Bear It thou who do peaceful rest Wtth pale hands folded may It thrtH Tfcf heart thoa friend I tore nes best ana good vni tea Here Tho these saw e Ko tltfliSMhtMtmMi desr at who died f6rtusa Calvary A star wMeh risen a that 8w east Chrfritmm feast Sow crowns with lev earths sia w -- ByTrirta TThat the Shop Keepers Dread time for Santa Clans said tba young wife Yes said the spouse who kapc a re Â¬ tail store Santa Clans is wokoraubah I do sot want fo see tbe rain dear Exchange A Childs Aassrer X Ela father stroksd Mm on she head ABdatfctdhaw hSfc Waktsmhthe Bff WBT It is f i If YorJst itjwu rimmii j 9h f PTSgpFsWS TF pST- i J Smu ir He it THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON NEWS PARAGRAPHS Orleanslinve JJecnilargely Bent north ward to the furutwre factories Prop Â¬ Â¬ tAST OF THE AZTECS A Deathbed marriage 4 I j l j A William Showers on trial at Eliza erly conducted flfeproJected enterprise betlitown for the murder of Ida wife should yield haudsomo returns and 8TRANGE PEOPLE AND PRACTICES was acquitted FOUND IN SOUTHERN MEXICO- Ho denied the killing prove an important factor in the pros Â¬ rD BUSH ED KVKET WEDNESDAY BT and maintained that his wife commit- Â¬ perity of the city Go ted suicide The Suns Washington dlcpalches A Wonderful PTumld 2s found Covered with FuntAUlo Hieroglyphics Thousands Three houses in 1ovntervllle a su- give expressions of opinion from SenaWm G White Ciias SrowELU or Skulls Adorn Its Interior A Corre burb of Winchester valued at SeOO tors Gorman aud Wilson and Con Â¬ PRICE IER YBAll 150 were burned one div fast week Jn one gressman Gibson heartilynewindorsing fpondents Wonderful Experience customof Ihem was a colored child lliat burn- the proposed erection of a A correspondent of tho City of Mexico house building in Baltimore and Tjvo Republics states that he has discov Â¬ WEDNESDAYS DEC SS 1SS9 ed to death extremo J A Diencr aged 35 died at Maya promising their earnest co operation ered a peculiar people in thewhom he of Mexico ville from the fleets of a scratch on iu pushing the matter before C Tongress southern toportion remnant believes be the of tho great the bund by a cat and Mrs Dr Morris The other members of the Maryland Aztec race who formerly inhabited the delegation including Mr Rusk who is near deaths door from a scratch on whole of this southwestern country is already enlisted in the project will the hand with a pin He says I am at present to the best POK OOUATY J0IK3E no doubt lend their most active eilorts of my judgment about 150 miles south Â¬ According to a Loudon daily there JOHN CHEXAULT Iu scouring the desired appropriation east of the Palenquo ruins but whether are about 2500 building associations from Congress which can not fall to in the state of Chiapas or Tabasco or in with over 000000 members in the FOR COUNTY CKBHK be impressed by the fact referred to the republic of Guatemala I am unable United ICiugdoiu Itst year the reL W HILL by Senator Wilson asd Congressman to say ceipts Mere upward of 5100000000 He becomolost in the tropical forest Gibson that no city in Ihe country Is a beaten FOB OttlKCTV ATTORNEY lite boldest rubbery that Shelby ville more In need of a new custom house when coming tohe found path ho fol- Â¬ lowed it until himself in a has ever had Mas that of Friday uhjht than Baltimore J A SULLIVAN With the favorable peopled town whoso inhabitants wero when thieves entered II C Buideis attitude of Supervising Architect entirely different from those ho hod ever livery stable by drawing a larje bolt Wiudrim towards the proposition it seen in Mexico in customs dress houses F0K SHHRIFF in the back door and took Mx mules would seem to be eullrely practicable temples and language These people J W BALES and two horses Suyders loss Is 1500 with united and energetic action to took him for a God He says I fronted to the cast nnd FOR JAILER Miss Lena Itedmou daughter of T secure this iraportaut aud much needed seemed to unJOHN K WAGERS J Redmou of Bourbon entertained improvement for a city which has not pointed to the 6un ITheywas for whomÂ¬ derstand by it that it her friends Friday evening and died been a specially favored beneficiary of for ages their forefathers hod waited FOR ASBHSSOR Tuesday Her Midden death it nop the Federal government In the center of a double line of priests JOEL TEM BR Y Itosed to have been caused from mi with my servants behind me I was es- Â¬ A MINERS CHRISTMAS injury to the head received a year r corted to a largo truncated pyramid FOR SOTBKINTBXDBKT which hithertoforo had been obscured SCHOOLS two ago by being throw u from a horre from MRS A T MILLION Lee Bryant a colored man working HOW THE YULE TIDE IS CELE- Â¬ great my sight by the vegetation The moss of rock which I afterwards oh the new railroad near town was measured covered several acres of land BRATED UP IN THE ROCKIES FORSOKVKYOK by officer Aimer a r rented lat Monday with a perpendicular height of 150 feet J A G WILLIAMSON Oldham of the Ltxingtnu Klice force its truncated apex being fully 200 Dance In the Lonely Cabins Slas feet square A brood staircase leads from for being implicated in a klukluxing Where Two PardM Are Shut In for the ground to the two large temples FOR CORONRR sur scrape wliioh occurred in Fnj elle counMonth by the Snow Flower front Xjov mounting it Tho other three sides are B DUD MILLER ty not long siUjpe Xicholasville Jour- Â¬ Int Letter Home Sweet Home covered with anaglyphs sculptured in nal Bhftfen Fint Monday in Annst I SOT Imagine a point in midair about two unshapely way but speaking a record of U Todd of Lexinginn sent Dr L years This monster pyramid is inclosed his gntud falherfi cane in his brother miles above New York city and you with a high fence of solid masonry attd have the elevation at which over 1000 The Democrats of SItolby county 8 B Todd of Chillcolhe Mo by J miners in Colorado spend the holiday is topped with a peculiar network of ser- Â¬ C Beck- Â¬ J Barkley of the latter place The season They ore Ehut in by snow and pents Within it are two mammoth one have nominated Mr ham for delegate to the Constitu- cane U a curious afluir mid I 103 years ice and for months to come they will story buildings of block granite covered tional Convention They no longer old Dr ToddK father was brother of know as little about what is going on in with fantastic hieroglyphs Thousands of Itave that trouble upon them Mrs Abraham Lincolns father Ken- - the busy world as though they were sail- Â¬ skulls in separate niches adorn their inner ors on some- vessel frozen up for the win- Â¬ sides being In a word veritable Gol while otlter counties hare not so tuckian Citzen ter amid the icebergs of the Arctic re-Â¬ gothas These aro the charnel houses nmeh as thought of the matter Joe Laud a youth of IS liviug on gions Early in the fall before the where for centuries tho heads of tho the Rolling Fork near the Lincoln line snow flies they arc housed in on some victims of festal sacrifices havo been TOO MUCH TAX was carelessly handling a shot gun of the lofty peaks of the Rocky mount- Â¬ gathered I was with my servants taken to one Wednesday when It was discharged ains and not until Mayor June will they sido of the pyramid which was pierced The Harrieburg Penn Patriot the load entering his stomach on the again minglo with their fellow men It is often tho case that some one of the with a tunneL In this opening we wero hat been investigating the ques Â¬ right t ide and tearing a hole nearly by the priests Our tion ami SimIs that from the year through him The doctors say he will boys is a good fiddler and Christmas led cocoa nut shell lamps way was lighted which revealed night he will rosin the bow tuno up the by 1791 to the year 1SS9 the customs die Stanford Journal 01a uauieanu witn alternate pards for to us other tunnels branching from the receipts amounted to the sum of The family are just in receipt of let- Â¬ girls tho boys will dance and make ono we were traversing About midway of tho pyramids I should judge wo camo six billions seventy eight millions ters and papers from Waco Texas in merry But there are th wA ho aro not as for into a spacious vaulted chamber which of cold hard cash wrung from regard to Mr G C Higgins death was brilliantly illuminated from lite tax paying consumers of these whose remains were interred here last tunato as the miners who are shut up in which was many feet above us tho roof About the big mine for the winter Thero are great and glorious United States Tuesday He was attacked with black tho lonely cabins far up on the mountain tho room were scattered instruments Of this amount but one billion tryslpelas in a finger of his left hand side many miles distant from human mode of copper not known to me The five hundred and seventj five which spread to his body killing him habitation Here tlirco or four men are walls were lined with discs of precious million dollans were collected dur Â¬ iu three days Stanford Journal snowbound together for tho winter metals studded with emeralds and other ing the wltole period from 1791 The grand jury has returned an in- Â¬ Often there aro just two pards and stones common to tho Aztec period Manifesting tliat I was hungry I was pard in the mining camps means al- Â¬ to 1S61 or in other words there dictment against Chas Moore Deputy most tho same as comrade does in the surprised to 6ee a priest step to the center have been four times as much Clerk of the Cirouit Court Elizabeth army Their Christmas meal is a frugal of tho chamber and In a modulated voice tariff taxes imposed upon the town for malfeasance iu office He one and with eager longings their hearts issuo a number of commands In a mo people of this country during the has it is alleged been using bogus will reach out from that deep gorge ment afterwards there appeared upon a twenty nine years as wore claims for witnesses fees and selling or lofty peak to eastern homes and copper table without any one being near imposed during a period of seven- Â¬ them Moore Is a brother of Mrs Will wonder what the loved ones there are it a peculiarly shell shaped server loaded with fruit The tablo was Showers whose mysterious death oc- Â¬ doing It is at tbeso holiday times that only ono leg and how the supported by ty years fruit reached the prospector and wanderer longs for curred last spring the old associations of home and tho its destination without being placed there VVYHAT IAKTY DID IT Adolpli Tieman a bricklayer fell dear faces he has not seen for years by human hands is a mystery Jly mozos Wero badly scored by what from a moving train at the Eighth For months they have undergone many Editor Meyers of Pennsylvania street Cincinnati crossing of the Cin- Â¬ hardships and privations been through had occurred since wo entered the towrl says that before 1SG0 the farmers cinnati Hamilton aud Dayton Boad hairbreadth escapes and thrilling adven- Â¬ and they did not relinquish their vigil Â¬ were as a rule prosperous but and was cruehed to death by engine tures and yet in tho Christmas time all ance for a moment and eyed one another after whether prosperous or not the No 217 drawing a south bound train tho tenderness and islove that comes with curiously say tho fruit feat thoughts of homo was astonished but in their hearts In I must power of the Government from One year and eleven months ago his the mining camps of tho Rocky moun- Â¬ having beforethat I such magical doings 6een 1S46 up to the beginning of the eon Edward Tieman was killed at tains I have heard little groups sing it did not impress me with such awe war had never been raised against the same place by the same engine Home Sweet Homo on Christmas eve though it did causo mo surprise them nor had it been used in the The Georgetown Times says Cant How each felt HI It was not sung so By a sign I told tho priests I desired interest of the owners of mines Noa Spears has resigned as Cashier of much as it was tho melody each felt in to bo alone with my men Great was heart as ho thought of when and mills There was equality the First National Bank which posi Â¬ sung in that dreamy kind home It was my astonishmentpolishedone of them led way show Â¬ me to a highly perfect equality before the law tion he has held since the organization ing that the thoughts ofofall were far and indicated to me that piece of metal by placing my for each industrial classes and be- Â¬ of that institution over six years ago away and each ono was thinking as hands upon it I could when I desired cause of this equality there were to take effect the first of January well as singing and that if a tear did both see and communicate with them bv down some grim visaged face there signs He touched his fingers by way no millionaire mill owners nor Capt Spears was induced to this step steal nothing of explanation to it and tho whole town unmanly mine owners nor were there ten- Â¬ iu order to accept the Vice Presidency waswas writing about in it was there I the lonely cabin was the I ant farmers idle seamen tramps of a new National Bank at Dallas Tho scene thero Is not always one of aboutpictured Uponwhich metal laid 6aw tho streets were out trusts nor plutocratic tribunes Texas at a much better salary merry making at Christmas Of those with due precision to the cardinal points rolling in wealth and indolence The Georgetown Times saj s While two who dwell thero alone far away tho inhabitants offering up prayers with What party effected the change the workmen in the employ of tiie from all contact with the world gold their heads inclined to tho east I mo- Â¬ hunter ascetics ono may bo sick If tioned to the priest to have them arise The Democratic party was in pow- Â¬ Standard Lead and Zinc Mining Com- Â¬ you spoko into an could force your hand er before the war the Repub pany were excavating a receptacle for wilderness of snow liftway through that He a whisper but aperture near at must a voice which the latch gently in waste water at a depth of 0 feet they forit is never boltpd von will find ono have been echoed in thunder tones from licaii since struck aud discovered human bones of nursing and keeping faithful watch by an instrument on tho outside was heard FACXBKS AND MBCI1AXICS the mastodon era also pieces of wal- Â¬ his sick pard It may bo a son watch Â¬ in its reverbations through the pyramid nut which mubt have been part of a ing by the cot of a father Why is that tunnel to our chamber The people The West Virginia State Grange ooflin which was well preserved The old man braving all theso hardships arose Tho Patrons of Husbandry in session bones as found can be seen at the Su Aye there is the mortgage on the eastern me to priest with many bows conducted ball that huhg hi mid air home If they find tho precious by at Parkersburg appointed a com- perinteudents office at the Viley spring next Christmas will find vein old centrala port of the chamber He in the put it that to toy ear I stepped back amazed The mittee to wait upon the annual mines home free from debt Mr Banker could noise as of a thousand voices I heard in meeting of the Knights of Labor Wm Watson the man who was you witness such scenes as these as I that I had tho pecU of that State and hold a council shot near Woodstock last May for have done you would tell the old man the brief moment globe to my ear From liarly constructed on the advisability of the two or- Â¬ alleged disturbance of a Suuday school that you would be a little easy abotit the this time on I was positivo in my belief ganizations co operating in all Convention died last week after seven interest on that ar mortgige that has that the Aztecs were the masters of elec- Â¬ troubled him so long tricity that they controlled the electri- Â¬ important matters This move- Â¬ months intense sufleiing W B One Christmas I spent up on the cal currents in the air which did their ment is becoming widespread Doollu who fired the shot aud the mountain side with two or three others bidding better than our system of wires In ono corner of the room I saw a large From acting together in import-Â¬ man Cope who was accessory to the and there we had our holiday dinner ant matters should they prove con- Â¬ crime were both placed in jail w Ilhout and it was a wholesome meal but want urn in which there appeared to be earth I approached it but was warned away genial to each other only another bail Saturday morning and will await bag in those delicacies that a mother or by the priest who indicated to me that wife can best prepare A snow 6torm if I touched it I would die I understood step would consolidate them and trial at Circuit Court Somerset Re- Â¬ was raging along tho mountains but in a moment that it was the great posi- Â¬ a powerful institution would be porter with our cheerful fire and warm cabin tive battery that worked in connection County Judge of Fleming county we cared nothing for it the result We believe it would The with the earth negative No liquids or If we had some flowers for the wish wire connected It with any place redound to the benefit of both took away last summer the property of I was left by my priest friends who parties The Grange has never Robert Courser aged 83 and verv rich table said ono of tho boys moved out of the great hall backwards We all wished tho some and appointed a tmstee It was alleged with their hand3 projecting on a level exhibited that interest in its own Get out your old letters said one with their heads toward me behalf that it should while the he squandered S7o000 in two v ears on Wo all knew what My for whose ignorance of a female acquaintance Last Friday many a flower from thethat meant finds made mozos superstitious as soon tcienco Knights of Labor have loaned old house them as the the other way A happy medium tue Circuit Court decided that the its way in letters to the boys oui west departure of tho whito robed men had whole proceedings were illegal and void Ono found a rosebud another a violet taken place beseeched me to leave the might be attained from the beciuuhic and the Countv another a daisy and then another rose pyramid at once but I protested against believing Judge is liable on Ida official bond for was found in a mothers letter Withered such a move so soon it worth our lives 11ABD OX THE FAUMER to attempt it I and faded wero theso tokens from the situation telling them to explained the all damages resulting wait a day or old homes but never did men value two and them I A woH posied authority says There are four murderers nwallinir flowers more than wo did that withered danger andwould deliver with from they agreed me I that of tlte 4GS143944 of duti Â¬ execution iu Bourbou Scott aud Fav- - bouquet was enabled to keep my promise on the able merchandise which entered ette couutien aud all within the juris- Â¬ Cant some ono say grace 6aid ono foHowing day after we had seen many interesting sights our ports in 1SSS the ordinary diction of Judge Mortons district of tho boys I fully intended to release my serv Â¬ tariff tax upon the same amount They are Pat Hunt at this place for No ono volunteered The closing lines in my mothers let- Â¬ ants on tho following day and toko to the enormous sum of 214509 Killing James Abnee John Green ter said a boyish fellow chances with these strange people who might da I am convinced are the last of the Aztecs 802 every dollar of which with colored at Georgetown for killing his Read them was tho response that I may be able to fathom their secrets and wife Tom OBrien at Lexington for come from alL the exception of 4729000 duty penetrate the mystery of Platos Atlantis paw on wool was a direct lax in killing Bettle Shea and Walter Trirn- - Heads were bowed around that frugal the interest of the manufacturers we colored at Lexington for killing Christmas board and tho young man The little Brothers of the IUch read and a tax upon the farmers Not another negro Bourbon News I notice that Tho Little Brothers of God bless you my son and God bless In the Common Pleas Court Thurs- Â¬ tho Rich are now constantly and famil- Â¬ a dollar of duty was collected for day last Thos H Grimes brought suit usalL referred to A great many people he benefit of the agricultural I then looked up and saw tears on the iarly make these flippant references do class nor have the people of this for 20000 damages against A B cheeks of weather beaten faces Denver who not seem to understand exactly who the country ever paid as much as the Barnes for the seduction of his daugh- Â¬ Cor St Louis Globe Democrat little brothers are and other people value of one cent nor have they ter Eflle Grimes Mr Barnes is a well who understand after a fashion the sig-Â¬ known citizen of the Sbarpsburg neigh- Â¬ An Unnatural Mother ever been taxed the valuo of one nificance of tho reference are evidently I mill for the direct benefit of the borhood and is the owner of many Texasbelieve Tve got the meanest ma Ir in the dork as to the origin of the expres Â¬ broad sion Mrs Van Rensselaer Crugeristo farmers Illinois with its 91244 was a acres of blue grass land Grimes What did she do be credited with having given a distin- Â¬ tenant on Barnes farm having tenant farmers Ohio with its but lately Just before Christmas sho put me guishing name to a somewhat large and moved from Mason county Into long trousers She did that so I useful element in our society population 47627 and Pennsylvania with its Eflle Grimes is 18 years 45322 tenant fanners tell the to be the prettiest girl in old and is saidÂ¬ would have to wear short stockings that and sho did so at a time and under cir- Â¬ that so ouldnt story of the farmers taxation hood Barnes is fifty years neighbor- you say costthatmuch to OIL What do cumstances that indicated that thebon to for meanness Shed mot like all of Mrs Crugers witty say Â¬ old and a These three States rich in mines widower The plaintiff has retained as make a nico stepmother she would ings was quite as impromptu as it was and mills and factories contain couuei Judge J M Alexander of Exchange brilliant It seems that with seme friends to day more than one seventh of Sbarpsburg aud Judge C W Good she went on board tho Alva during Hie An Excate for Not Ctvlnc a rrecent the total tenant farmer popula- Â¬ paster and Mr R Gudgell of this place Clara Mother Charles was very rude summer just past while Mr Vanderbilts hondsomo yacht was anchored in New tion in tLe States and Territories The next term of Common Pleas Court lost night and they also contain more mil- Â¬ will not te held until May Owings Mother Well dont you know what port harbor and on entering one of the handsome apartments of which thero it means lionaire mill owners and mine vllle Outlook are several in the Alva and which had No I dont owners than all the other States A company has been formed and the Ho is trying to pick a quarrel with served as a lounging room for Mr W S in the Union combined formal preparations inaugurated for youso he can get out of giving you any Hoyt Mr Goold Redmund and others of tho party who accompuied Mr and the Establishment of large factory Christmas present I know these men Mrs Vanderbilt on their extended ocean Exchange Over one hundred little children nt for he manufacture of furniture lu trip last winter she sudden y oxclaimed New Orleans That city Is most ad Â¬ Fort MadUen la are Iu tears A Why this then belongs to The Little Two Letter Uirslar broke loto the Methodist vantageously situated a far as the Brothers of tho Rich using tho phrase - Sealskin sacqne Ciiureb at in contradistinction of course to the place and stole from cabinet woods are concerned The Please dear Jftcqae Little SUters of the Poor Town ulkqfthe furniture distributed from HiMr mile mite jogs every nia Topics Mey nad been savin e lur 1 ewfOrleans is made at Cincinnati at Koseal jaconet immm it Louis and Grand Rapids Michigan Cast stand racquet Thetotalamouut taken wa A False Pretense Erchvise All the fine woods used are Imported Well my Bon asked Jimmy Tuff A countryman from countries to the south of New boys mother are you satisfied with Too Near the Slnt of the Month Morganton D W Orleans while mueh of the cheaper your Christmas One thing Pve got against Christmas IHiroliaxed a feer aeMttrtBBrrhai ia woods such as Yes maam replied Jimmy only walnut ash and oak Whats thatT the firtrt one o t at ever are procured from the Southern Slates tho skates aint nickel plated and dad It comes too late in the month eometo mv h said hod buy me a double ripper an I remarked Large quantities of mahogany pass How does that affect it CamHea was alt good enough or through that oily from Central Amer Â¬ Why when a mans wife gives him a didnt see it mann ami me hat darter get a bsaa ican countries direst 10 But I am sure you havo been happy the Northern splendid present the bill is sent to him in Iblaki we ort to pat cm aJeeUe factories white walnut logs out iu about a week It would bo better if ha all day James I wftsat going to let the fellers know ARkaws daws te New had about three weeks to get ready for how had I Mt ExcImw H Cbrietos -- Emit The Climax Printing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Democratic Ticket a 1 Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ found much satisfaction in recounting Capt Frabgel was born In Bavaria and educated liberally by liU parents who intended him for the ministry His in Â¬ clination was not for a religious calling however and to find a vocation suited to his capacity OUd inclination he emigrated to America Capt Frangel was a very young man when he arrived in St Ixnlls Ho occupied several clerical positions and at about the time of the outbreak of the war was marshal of the recorders court which held its sessions in the building now used by tho fire depart- Â¬ ment at Seventh and Ollvo streets Ono day whilo at his duties in the court a reg Â¬ iment of volunteers passed going north At that time the feeling between tho northern and Eouthcrn sympathizers was very strong Tho Union party had the upper hand but was not without fear of attack from southern sympathizers As this regiment marched past the record ers court some one discharged a gun partof the cluk Chicago Herald Whether a gun had been fired accident Â¬ ally in ono of tho houses near by wheth- Â¬ Tlilrty flvo Million TUItors It Was Mean er some one had fired from ono of the The Paris exposition nearly every one Although thero is no more true love houses of the soldiers or whether one of the soldiers guns had been discharged knows is drawing a greater crowd than there are still lovers quarrels and sad by its bearer is not now known The our own but scarcely any one realizes partings and much irritation and lying soldiers believed they were being fired how much greater The centennial had awake and misery And when theso upon and without orderd fired id every 9857025 visitors the Paris exposition is quarrels come the man is just as mean and all directions The principal fire in a fair way to have 85000000 and has as the woman They had quarreled was directed at tho recorders court for had 32000000 and it has 100000 exhib Â¬ and it was finaL Sho demanded all her Â¬ presents back and her letters and her some unexplained reason Tho fire was itors against 60000 here The Philadelat such short range that windows were phia exposition to the surprise of every photographs He sent them Then she shattered and brick walls pierced For one equaled the figures in Paris in 1867 wrote him a note saying that he had kept years the buildings showed signs of this The next American exposition ought to one littlo tender present she had made attack Other balls went as far as Sev- Â¬ equal tho visitors of tho Paris exposition him in the days when she thought ho was good and true and a gentleman enth and Washington avenue where of 1883 Philadelphia Press with tho gentleman underscored sev Â¬ they lodged in the buildings Afraid of Darkness eral times very heavily It was a lock the bullets that entered the Three of A millionaire who has just died at of hair and sho could not naturally per- Â¬ recorders court room struck Capt Fran geL Two passed through his body and Vienna had such an antipathy to dark- Â¬ mit him to keep that Ho sent it back one through his legs Though supposed ness that he has actually left instructions with a brief note It doesnt make any to be fatally wounded ho was taken to in his will for the illumination of his last difference whether I keep it or not NoÂ¬ the hospital and carefully treated by tho resting place An electric light is to be body would know it was yours You physicians in cliarge Ho was engaged kept burning in the vault during a whole forget ycu wero a dyed blonde when I to be married and tho ceremony was to year ftHd even tho interior of the coffin get it It was so mean sho said because bo performed in a few weeks The is to be etcctrically lighted Tho ex Â¬ wounded Inans fiancee on hearing of his penses aro to be defrayed by a special my hair had only grown a few shades San Francisco Chron- Â¬ injury hastened to tho hospital where bequest of 20000 marks San Francisco darker lately icle she took her place at his bedside and re- Cuonicle mained tenderly caring for him until his recovery At rlrst it was thought he PURE SOUTHDOWN SHEEP could not recover and after a few days his recovery was said to be impossible Then they were married tho nurse and Mrs Frangel was a tho dying man mo3t attentive nurse and under her ministrations her husband recovered His cure was thought by the doctors to be almost miraculous St Louis Post- Dispatch A Romantic Incident in the life of Capt Henry FrMigeL The serious illness of Police Ctftit Frangel recalls an incident in his Iifo Which his intimates have never forgot Â¬ ten It is a bit ot romance which ho sheets of water at that neighborhood in the Adirondacks and had bagged noth- Â¬ ing of any consequence I was just hungering for deer and just as I emerged from a bit of forest on the edge of ono of theso little lakes my eye fell upon a fine stag drinking from the lake but opposite to mo and fully half a mlla away It was tantalizing for I am not a half milo shooter and anyway if I shot the noble fellow he would only dart back into the wood3 to die and I would never be able to find him But I was desper- Â¬ ate and raising my rifle Ibiinmed away at him The deer gave abound at the report of my weapon and darted into tho rianf up papas stocking Be sure you dont forget woods whilo I set on my way around If Santa Clans can fill It the edge of the lake I had not traveled WeUall be wealthy yet a milo when I came upon It is needless to say that Mary lost the more than halfof my deer Ho bad run the dead body prize her father pronouncing the pome- the distance round tho lako one which showed a third of genius which runs rather too strongly toward paraphrasing She has done a good deal of composing during her brief existence but mainly in the way of words substituted for others which left her open to tho charge of plagiarism She is also possessed of a fund of humor which would not be expected In one so young Marys father the other day by way of breaking the child of her fault as a poet and testing her capacity at original composition offered her as a Christmas present the largest and best picture book that could be found in Chicago if sho would make up a pieco of poetry which would not resemble any other that sho Sha was given two had ever heard days to complete tho task and yesterday morning sang the following as her origi Â¬ nal composition Could Only HU It Little Mary is a good little girl nearly 5 years old but possessed of a poetical JJ Print j A Lone Shot Sly hunting experiences have as a rule been very tame and uninteresting but I had one last month when on my Taca tion which I thinfe is worth recording teiws5w FOP AND READ 100 OVERCOATS 100 SUITS CLOTHES 100 LADIES CLOAKS -- tramnhjc all dar in tho Thrui woods about Louis Lako and the little hn CONSISTING OP- - SdSJKKto JfSS rth rSarityVh i hmkk H and Plush Jackets AND CLOTH SACQUES were sent to me to be sold on commission It was left to me to make what ever price I think will sell them therefore I have CUT IHE LIFE OUT OF PRICES and will say the prices I make on these goods will be equal to 50 cents on the dollar Jerry Unlit Houses or Rome On tho outskirts of tho Ghetto a long pat Â¬ street led to the portico of Octavia where TitU3 celebrated his triumph and Syrian captives bore tho spoils of the temple in his train Close by the colonnade of this noble ruin the ancient fish marketwhich had been held hero for centuries might still have been seen a year or two ago Tho sight was strikingly picturesque Tho many storied houses of the narrow street almost shut out the blue sky over- Â¬ head and tho sunshine streamed through tho meeting roofs on the glittering scales of fish and the worn marble slabs which bad been in use 6inco tho days of the Cassars A few steps further on was the theatre which Augustus built in honor of tho young Marccllus Hero we wero met by another of thoso strange contrasts over which Ampere loved to moralize Under tho Doric arches of tho lowest tier artisans had their shops and the ruddy light of tho forgo glowed upon piles of AMERICA NO 130 VOL 1 RECORD green vegetables and watermelons and Abtnc we present a picture of one of Gen Cassius M Clays finest Southdown joints of meat which dangled from tho travertine blocks of the Augustan age Sheep General Clay is the oldest breeder of Southdous in America I lib present Abovo the Ionic arches of the upperstory flok was begun in 1S55 and embraces the best blood of the flocks of K A Alexan- Â¬ roso tho grim walls of the Savelli palace der Sir John Lubbock Jonas Webb and Lord Walsingham As a breeder of fine built in the middle ages on a lofty heap sheep General Clay has no superior anywhere and no equal in this country 25-of debris within the theatre Tiiis was the home of Niebuhr when he lived in Roma as Prussian ambassa- Â¬ ggacP5g--J---dor From these windows he looked down on tho fountains tho orange trees and flowering jasmine of his little gar- Â¬ den and far away across tho Tiber to St Peters and Monto Mario This district THIS DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT TUE ESTHETIC WE HAVE A LARGE COLLECTION QBBESB GOODS has undergone a thorough cleansing The ancient fish market and tho shops COULD ASK FOR AND have been removed and tho Ghetto lev- Â¬ eled to the ground Wliolo streets were carted away last year amid clouds Jof he for the Men Folks 1 Can Fit llis Largest or the in Things in whito dust and mortar Only tho for- Â¬ tress looking walls of tho CencI palace tho portico of Octavia and tho theatro IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY AND PRICE REMEJLBER THIS WHEN YOU NEED AN ODD PAIR isolated and of Marccllus remain stripped of their surroundings In short MenBngWMmijMkLa wWjPtwiwi tho whole of this remarkable quarter has irjffikiiysagMj uj t ii m disappeared to mako room for more bou- Â¬ levards and jerry built houses Nine Â¬ teenth Century ROW IS YOUR CHARGE COME IN AND SEE THEM WILL NOT LAST LONG AT THE PRICES COME IN AND LOOK H J STRENG 110 WEST MAIN STREET FURNISHING GOODS lm hlssl I OUR ODD PANTS lmh Ih Malik FilK fey A Canine Fhotccrapher smmiLiMMEriLL Will be vorn a great deal this winter not only because of its being the latest style but because of its pleasing effect in finish and color being the SLEIGH RIDE FOR THEM streets of late The latest trick in amateur photog Â¬ raphy is to havo a trained dog who at a given signal will run and pull a string by means of which the slido of an in- Â¬ stantaneous camera is worked so that his master may bo taken in a group or alone as often as ho pleases It is of courso necessary to start tho creature at a distance sufficiently great to givo tho master time to rearrango his features after giving tho word but this is not a difficult thing to manage and tho young man who devised tho trick has been ex- Â¬ ceedingly popular at tho seaside hotel where ho has passed tho summer a3 all tho pretty and most of tho plain young ladies in the houso wero anxious to have their pictures taken by tho agency of the clever httle bull terrier winch served as his assistant One is prepared for anything nowa Â¬ days and it may bo that it will not be long before tho dogs aro seen running about with detective cameras upon their own account It would not be a bad idea to furnish a watch dog with a flash light detectivo camera and thereby ho may take tho picture of any villain who invades tho domain which ho is set to guard Tho picture would bo an inter esting pieco of evidence in a trial for burglary and if it did not carry a con- Â¬ viction it would not fail at least of pro Â¬ ducing a sensation Boston Courier Kins Alexander and Ills Mother There has been so much romancing about tho hysterical grief of Bang Alex-Â¬ ander at not being allowed to see his mother that it becomes necessary to re-Â¬ call that tho king is not a mere child but a full grown boy of 13 and indeed so precociously developed that he looks as English boys do at 15 He is of a calm disposition bears himself with dig- Â¬ nity and would certainly nover ask any favor of his tutor Dr Dokitch or of one of the regents with crying or wringing of hands Had ho manifested any strong desire to see his mother Ids wishes would have been granted but from first to last the boy has been in complete understand- Â¬ ing with his father He is very fond of his fithcr a fact which many who affect to pity him leavo altogether out of reck-Â¬ oning Ho is also thoroughly imbued with a sense of his position as king and he L3 old enough to understand that his mothers conduct may do him politically Vienna Dispatch to Lon Â¬ serious injury don Tunes rnbllo Clocks The proper authorities of Berlin PrusÂ¬ sia have resolved to set up clocks after Mayrhofers system on seventeen public places in that city tho places to bo des Â¬ ignated hereafter The cost per clock has been fixed at 4000 marks and its attendance 279 marks per annum The gas for lighting the dial as well as the water necessary for actuating will bo furnished by the city freo of charge Jewelers Circular How He Spelled It Jessie Dont you ngrco with me Mr Doodleigh that Miss Jiltem is the most artless of girls Doodleigh an unsuccessful wooer Certainly Awfully artless Sottovoce But I spell it with aa h PiSeburg Balletia i We sell the Shaw knit in lm Sox Is an expression you have frequently heard on the BUT FOR FEAR THE PUBLIC HAYE 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 MERINO COTTON This is an Tmprovemont on the se3mles3having a round heel and smooth too with natural wool without coloring matter We also have English Balbriggan AND FINE FALL OVERCOATS 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 sleigh ride for them Ill evidently meaning that he would go thero 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 Weights in Imported and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds Kerseys Mellous Beavers Chinchillas and Oassimeres in tho latest styles shades and prices Merino Mixtures AH colors The last named i gussets heel in the inetop ami We also have FAX goods were very popular last CY STRIPED and COLOR winter and bid fair to bo more so this season JKTTT ED MERINO HALF HOSE vulcan heels arid toes yasRsszareggaBSBl HP i 0 wII and lute- - Mm LUNDBIED SHIRTS FROM is now on onr counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all the newest tilings in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals Oassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways and double breasted Sack suits We invite an inspection A HitnClliEFS Our25ciranakerchiefs are daisies Our 35c IKndkorchiefs - 50 CENTS TO Wo 3 CHILDRENS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING oarry tho FINEST STOCK in Central Kentucky We havo a well selected stock of Childrens and Youths Clothing in long and short pant suits and if we do say it ourselves they are beauties every one of them They range in size from to IS veacs Mothers givo us a call areunequaled i We carry a- fine assort ment of Silk Handkerchiefs JK - COVINGTON I MITCHELL iSj tht UsTE GKLO VIES We have them for driving riding the street tho ball or the reception A fine line of SElOIJLILTaSHlS The Atwood Suspender Working Slrirfe in Waterproof Cotton and Cheviot NeckwearTha flnW JW onv n buv Uats Youmans Stetsons and a fins line of Crush Goods in all shapes An excellent assortment ot Leather Traveling Bags and Valises Rubber Coals and nunling Coats vanpr vUiisWn Castor Mocha Indian Sarinac and Tan Bucks Dogskins in great variety Perrinfi Imported Kids stand in the lead as to style aud finish We have them in all shades Hand Â¬ Jersey aud Scotch Gloved line some MtaA IHaHnnHMMHHanWHHHHMHHHHMiai Merchant Tailoring in all its Various Branches - Jl SWHLlBBgawr Xpr JElip gammon l pwWaM MIMBBBIBtBPvSIBSrBKBnBBBKBHKBKt 9BEBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBOlBBBBIUIKBSBSSSBBBtBlBBBBUBmlKB ZS V - f D uiX te oa - - 0 H9 2aT3iigtJ L Ni -52 n-1--- -1 IP in - i J sfe I w DOUBLE NUMBER fffiC J O31 fe 28 6 YOLTJME in V S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 RICHMOND STANLEY RUED lie Severely Roasts Those lYho Lost Faith in Him And Said the Expedition Was Badly Managed His Reasons Tor Major llarttclots Failure Americans Will Be Among the llrst to Dine Stanley In London Another Vessel Rail Down in the Bullish Chan MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY HENRY W GRADY DYING i DECEMBER 25 1889 CONDENSED TELEGRAMS Minor nnd Little Happenings at Various Places The Nebraska state bank at Pawnee has NUMBEE Highest of all in Leavening Power Ills riijslclnns Say Tliat lie Grady grew rapidly worse yesterday and last night and is now believed to be An Can Lire but a Fevr Hours Store Atlanta Ga Dec 23 Henry W Yiped OutofExistence Entire Town Destroyed By Fire NOT Seven TRULY ROYAL LMDLORD PRINCE DOCTOR INNKEEPER PHILANTHROPIST AND Evens COVERED BY INSURANCE L Bavarian Dukes Hotel in the Alpine Mountains Expending the Profits for the Benefit of the Shabby Genteel A Freo Hospital for the Poor ATTORNEYS COURT DIKECTOKY net Thirteen aliasing Other Foreign News Septcin Clias E T BUK2JAM CIKCCIT COURT Third Momlar in March and A TTORNS rS i T L A V Kentucky Wr Ri iimonb Judge R Mm ton F Sir ffice I Xk IIS - HttMtuaV DuHalH Flat 9 Commonwealths BrtMMon J Attorney J J Fht Monday tn January and June tkwd Monday iu October judge T J Scott Ofliooott Ft Street same as fcrmerlvoo Clerk V II MiUer M- ctifiil by Qiniily JtMge lllHer OuttiHiWwoner i E Scott S POWELL OUARTKRIY COURT Fourth Monday in Januaiy Apiil July A TTORXBT A T LA Hr and October Rr HMONU KENTUCKY A SULLIVAN A TTORNRY CfeikW H Mitfcr ComtHKUOfKr J K Itarnam COMMON PLEAS COURT A T LA r Rk iiMOKit Kentucky COUNTY COURT Oiliif oi ooonltHret DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SM1TU DENTAL SURGEON First Monday m every month COURT OP CLAIMS Second Monday m Inly COUNTY OFFICERS JR J Ru hmokh Kentucky Office - nm e SmMh BttMaMmcMatH Street M MiettjMUjMatA4tt9l ut n rracttce HmWo tt doniMry J 1 MORGAN D D S RICHMOND KENTUCKY A Judge John C CbeneHlt Clerk Immias Tltofftc Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff J W Rates Jailor J V Manpin Coroner R D Miller SurvetAr B F Croce AsMMor John Mclberson Sooerinlrodent IabKc Schools T MiOion Mrs CITY COUNCIL J KIRKSVILLE KEXTUCKT fSce at FleweM rcntrtnnoc perUttalWR i the itrntiiMitOM Mavtvr J S Cotlirts iflice XntM Street ever Mmtltun XntietHd Krrt Ward J J Krook L Second W a id Sam Kke V B Smith ThW Ward W CREED D D S Fourth Ward J W Caperton Clerk I E Gteenieaf d jii Bverythliis JT- Time of meeting First m cyer mootn Judge II C Rice Attornej- Teday nisht - CITY COtKT PHYSICIANS WS JR J tuore Offire 3L POYtfTZ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond eeene Street next te Whites Drug - Marshal J U Fet ncy Tiinc of holding court FirU Saturday in every month for civil business City Treasurer J Stone Walker City Collector J L Baxter MeUerlev KITICn Qe W EVANS MD 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Ixluelon and Cincinnati Physicians and Surgeons between Cincinnati mid Lexington Winches Â¬ Nos3Rnd 6 make Kbn tucky ter tor points 011 the connec ionsVatlly Richmond M NN UtroRTANT Tralnorthls line now ar- Â¬ Offloe Mam street ever Aallacqnb IUeatii rive at and depart from the COHtnil Ualun aFWC btioe atdre PMKeriaer Ktnoo Clnelnnatl tnaklni bon neothin for all Mtnts North Kat and VeL 1- Loudon Dec 21 Sir Francis Do Wintoo has inade public a long letter to liiiri by Stanley dated Oialala Auy 31 In it Stauley objects very strongly to the tone of a batch of ncwapaper cut li9S lve had received which commant ed witli an utter lack of common sense ami a total disregard of accuracy upon life expedition He dwell upon the in- Â¬ decision of Em in which cost him a journey otherwise unnecessary of 1300 milrs for Baritelot He justifies the payment of 30 per month toTippoo Tib as a nienrt3 for avoiding a war and declares that if both parttas are honest in the mainto nance of tlteir azreements peace may Continue fer an indeiinite period He re- Â¬ bukes Utose persons in England who had lost faith in his steadfastness of pur Â¬ pose to soch a degree as to give credit to rumors tliat he was marching in the direction of Khartoum He dwelt at more length upon the case of larttclot and removes tiie impression produced by previous tellers reflecting upon the majors conduct He says that Barttelot only needed to extricate him Â¬ self front his dilemma qualities that will not be gained save by long experience in Africa and so eulogiios his courage and high qualities He knew the major was a man of little forbearance and had intended to keep him with himself but necessity comtieHed the change that caused him to leave him behind Barttelot was ignorant of the lnn gnage of the people and liis interpreter may liavu been false and occasioned the coolness between the men and the major which was never overcome and led to hb death Stanley recites in detail the instruc Â¬ tions given to Barttelot and finally de- Â¬ nies with much emphasis the alleged Congo atrocities of the JIanyema the cannibalism and tho story of photo- KrajMung women during execution During the vhole expedition he executed only four men Dinners to Stanley Among the first dinners given to Stan- Â¬ ley in London will be that of American residents This wil be presided over by Minister Lincoln who is chairman of tho committee of arrangements Tho com- Â¬ mittee cabled an invitation to Stanley who replied accepting The dinner will be given at the lletropole The guests will number about 2 30 None but Amer Â¬ ican citizens will participate and The Herald as well as Stanley will bo a sub- Â¬ ject of congratulation AnotherColllslun In thellngllsh Channel London Dec 21 The steamer Prinz Wilhelm I was run down by an un- Â¬ known iron sailing vessel at a mint five leagues distant from Havre The steam- Â¬ er floated for four hours and then went to the bottom The crew took to the boat ami twenty eight of them landed at Boulogne A boat containing thir Â¬ teen men is missing One of the Cleillyg Itoats One of the boats of the steamship Cleddy which was sunk in a collision with the steamship Isle of Cyprus in the channel Friday has been washed ashore at Catharines point The boat contained five dead bodies Nothing has been heard of the other eight persons missing from the Cleddy InTosllgatins Smokeless Fowder London Dec 21 CoL Gibson of tho United States army is in Europe under a rovine commission from the govern- Â¬ ment He has devoted considerable at-Â¬ tention to German and French smokeless powder The latter he considers su- Â¬ perior to the former He does not think the German powder fit for work in tho field as exposure to the atmosphere greatly injures its effectiveness The first reports published about this powder de cnbed the ultimate aim of the inventor rather than the actual condition of the invention Englands Demand Upon Portugal Lisbon Dec 21 Tho Marquis of Salis- Â¬ burys note in response to the recent communication of Portugal has lieen pre- Â¬ sented to Senor Gomez the minister of foreign affairs It calls upon the Portu- Â¬ guese government to repudiate the ac Â¬ tion of its agente on the Zambesi river and demands a restoration of the status quo as it existed before the reccent ex Iedition of Maj Serpa Pinto The Outrages Dll Take Place Athens Dec 21 The mixed com- Â¬ mission composed of Turks and Chris- Â¬ tians sent by Cliakir Pasha tho governor of Crete to Rethejmo to investigate al- Â¬ leged outrages there has completed its work Tlve report of the commission conlirms tlte previous report that several unarmed Christians ware killed by threo gendnimos Miners Strike linded Bkosskls Dec 21 The strike of Bel- Â¬ gian miners has ended The men are re- Â¬ suming work Foreign Notes Surgeon Parks U dangerously ill with Utterly Hundred Inhabitants Homeless and Will Seek Other Places to Live Nothing Rut a Few Rnlldings i Left of a Once Flourishing OH Town in Pennsylvania Pittsburg Pa Dec 23 A special to The Times from Butler Pa says Tho httle town of Petroha fifteen miles north ot here once the scene of the live- liest oil happenings in tlie country was rloctlnfrn 1 Ik o ftra TtIili KwiVo rtiir of oclock nExnr w gradt dving A report is abroad that Ids phy-Â¬ sicians have given him up This is not literally true but there is little hope Dr F H Orme the attending physician has been consulting with Dr Everett of Denver Col who is in tho city Thoy state that the patients condition is not altogether without hops but lie is as sick as a man could be and lire The next few hours will decide the case At 1030 p m his respiration was 40 temperature lOo pulse l 0 to 130 Prayers for the sick man were offered in all of the churches yesterday Jil YSICIA N A ND S URGEON J M BLAOK Kentucky Ome 228 AV Alain Ktreet OJurnorn IS-Clienault UulldlBg upfctnlra JR 25- - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RunHoosE Ky Thrrmish TlekeU sold ami BawrHge Checked to any point reached by 11 railroad For foil pnrlleulars address or call on any acetitof the Comrmuy or V L 3IDNSON E H BACON AgU Trav TassV AgL Trav LexlugtouKy O loelBiuiU H K B MOtsE ttenT Puss AgtM Clnelnnatl Jen Sluur U E HUNTJNtrrON V Ires Ky K BUAItU AkU Richmond Ueeeraj OtBeea CbauilteroftXimmercc Build Â¬ ing Cincinnati O Par t bullous fever at Zanzibar Mitchell and Shepherds woolen factory at Bradford England was burned Saturday Loss 5U000a Boot and shoe manufacturers at Bristol have locked out 9000 operatives on account of dispute of wages Owing to the prevalence of the influenza in the St Cyr military college that institu- Â¬ tion has been closed The motion for a n9w trial of Mr William OBriens libel suit against Lord Salisbury for slander has been dismissed The Amwican war ships Chicago Boston Atlanta and Yorktown composing the squadron of evolution have arrived at Lisbon President Carnot and several members of the French ministry are suffering from at tacks of influenza The customary meet- Â¬ ings of the cabinet have been temporarily suspended in consequence Â¬ M MceARTY PlanTsiair CJa3 and Stcaa Pitting 11 1 AH 7ump Repairins a Speclnlty Workn pumps kept t G kinds Rouanza Ricliniiiixl Ihvm onlprti Mill or W G Wtiltes Drug Store 50 49 THOMAS B ATKES Real Estate and General Collecting Agency t ecbcajie of Keat Eetate aad fe the col lection of jdlHoO of accouBts 47 46 an earSncdal attention 1M to the sale CRAPSEY- - AroObiteots BROWN O 46 WxaaiNsllLOCK CisroiNNAri Can refer to buiktints siieoesafully ereated in Riciimond Maysvilte Ml SJejIIitg Wiudieeter and awingsville 68 The Famous Dlrmlngham Murderer At- tempts Suicide BnuiiNaiiAir Ala Dec 19 Dick Hawcs the famous criminal convicted of the murder of his wife and two chil dren was caught Wednesday night pre- We have erecteil n new mid commo ranntf to commit suicide in his cell tlious Ltvery antl Bate Statilf nurner of at the county jafl Hawes wes convict- Â¬ Irvine streets Rlolimoml Ky ed and sentenced to hang but appealed 3rd and and atk Hie public to give us a trial to the supreme court His case was submitted to the supreme court several HORSES HITCHED OR FED days ago and a decision is expected soon Wednesday Hawes grew despondent and AT REASONABLE RATES Baddle confided to fellow prisoners that ho IiorteH liorses and buggies hired at low would never hang on the gallows After raes midnight the sheriff suspected ho was CUXXIXGIIAM rAKIUSII 16 16 planning self destruction and searched him A niece of stronsr twino was found IU the prisoners pocket He was placed in solitary confinement witn a guard over him day and night One Farmer Shoots Another LOUISVILLE KY Baltimobk Dec 23 A special from Clarksburg W Va soys A terriblo murder was committed a few miles Tfio Largest and Finest Hotel in from here yesterday morning The mur derer is Barney Cauffmnn and his vic the city tim Curies Soureeves both being larm Day era and Schreeves a wealthy man Tho to 4 latter had been warned by Cauffman hot to tresspass upon his farm but persisted According to rooms in doing so Yesterday CanfTrnftri caught Turkish and Russian Baths in Schreeves on his Land and shot linn dead 32 31 Hotel LY5IAX rABRISIL IV B CUNNING UAJt DICK HAWES DESPAIR bLigriiiSikws ALT HOUSE Rates25o Per Duko Karl Thcodors homo is a few miles distant from Kreuth at Tegern where he has turned his palace into a hospital for the bl ind He is himself ono of the most skillful oculists in Europe and his door stands open the whole day long to visitors who choose to consult him He takes regular fees from such as can afford to pay them but the poor and needy he shakes heartily by the hand and assures them that they can form no bo admitted idea of what a pleasure it is for a physi- Â¬ Carrie Fletcher wife of C W Fletcher TWO LIVES FOR A DOG cian to see his patients bigamist secured a divorce at Norfolk O The liny hamlet of Kreuth owes Its Saturday and was restored to her maiden lllooily Affray DetweeuYVhltes and lllacks existence to a spring of mineral water nam Southwick and Further Trouble Not Improbable Nefcou the boat steerer of the schooner En Â¬ Memphis Term supposed to possess marvelous medicinal Dec 23 A special qualities It bubbles up clear and spark Â¬ terprise of Sydney and three of the native to The Avalanche from Potts Camp ling on a little natural terrace formed crew were killed and eaten by the cannibals Miss says A difficulty occurred yes Â¬ islands on the mountain tide some 3000 feet of Solomon terday afternoon between the whites and county treasurers office at The above tho sea right at the head of the Boernesafe in the county Tex was blown biacics at tius pioco roiioweu by a gen Kendall valley About the year 1511 tho Bene- Â¬ open by burglars Thursday night and 4000 eral tight with clubj in which lour white men were badly cut and bruised about dictines who owned a great monastery of the countys money stolen the head at Tegern discovered tho qualities of David Dillon the New York boatman who Three of the negroes were arrested and this spring and built on- - the terrace a was carried out to sea in a small craft was jailed About 11 oclock an unsuccess- Â¬ badhaus which they used as a hospital undoubtedly lost Part ot nu boat was ful attempt was made to release tho pris until the suppression of their order in found at sea and brought into port oners uy uic uiacKs wnen a not ensued Following is the housa committee to in-Â¬ 1803 The badhaus then was used for and two negroes Tom McGhee and Henry Starks were shot tho dying farm buildings but a few years later vestigate the ballot box business Messrs StruMe Turner of King Max took possession of it and re-Â¬ Mason Cogswell tumoit instantly About twenty live of Wett Virginia snois were exenangea stored it seemingly with tho intention Georgia and Wilson school in Livingston While attending The trouble originated about tho own- Â¬ of turning it into some charitable insti- Â¬ county Ky Hugh Lawson aged 13 years ership of a dog tution or retreat Queen Caroline and in a fit of rage stabbed Lewis KilWer a A telegram was sent to Sheriff Mc Prince Karl both cherished the same school mate in the neck killing him in-Â¬ Williams at Holly Springs stating tliat idea and added considerably to tho stantly an out urea K was probable at any moment o buildings But money was a scarce Ela Sallee the daughter of a and asking for protection to winch he promptly responded article in Bavaria in those days as now and prominent farmr living near Augusta Rumors are afloat of squads of negroes and for tho lack of it the owners of Ky run off to Aberdeen O yesterday collecting in the country but lack con- Â¬ Kreuth found themselves thwarted with Jen Gebhart a farm hand and they firmation whilst attempting to carry out their were married McGhee one of the instigators of tho Adams express in New York believe many To their dis- Â¬ eleemosynary schemes riot was found a short distance from Christmas gilts burned at St Louis in covery of tho impossibility of doing companys freight depot yesterday The the town with a bullet through his body Ho reÂ¬ good in the way they desired to do it ceipts for goods shipped are asked at once at cannot live Another negro was shot without money we owo the establish- Â¬ the New York office but is not dangerously hurt ment of the present system the strang- Â¬ The assistant United States treasurer at DETECTIVES AFTER SILCOTT est combination of charity and business New York will receive depo its for transfers it over entered the brain of man to con- Â¬ by wire payable by the assistant United And Think They are Not Far from Their States Treasurer at Sou Francisco at a pre-Â¬ ceive Game All tho buildings planned by tho for- Â¬ mium of 1 per thousand Montreal Dec 23 The big rewards Mrs Hall wife of Henry Hall the pho Â¬ A HORRIBLE CRIME mer owners of Kreuth are now com- Â¬ offered for the capture of Silcott the de-Â¬ young tographer who ran faulting cashier of tho house of repre- Â¬ Charles Shelar Kills His Wlfo and Three plete Roads have been made gardens from Middletown O away with asent to girl laid out and the conveniences and lux- Â¬ Cincinnati work house and was a divorcethe sentatives liave induced several Mon- Â¬ Children and Himself secured in treal detectivos to take up the case and Niles O Dec 28 This community uries of n first class hotel introduced the Huron county O court one of them who is now working it was thunderstruck yesterday evening by into the badhauser Company one of the Joseph Walton claims to have a clew that will lead to the discovery of one of the most whole Â¬ THE HOTEL KREUTH largest river coal operators near Pittsburg Silcotts apprehension A hotel Kreuth now is in name and granted the half cent advance demanded by It Is climned tliat about week ago sale and bloody butcheries that has ever Dur- Â¬ the miners and work will be resumed at all Hermine Thibault Silcotts paramour occurred in this section of the state Tho fact for three months in tho year charm- Â¬ lira u 9 uujics uu jujuunji j menu reÂ¬ iu arrived in Montreal on a visit to a mar- Â¬ victinH five in number are Charles ing June July and August it is a sumption of the river mines will probably ried sister and prolonged her visit yes- Â¬ Shelar wife and three children and the ing health resort thronged by wealthy follow at once terday when she suddenly announced crime is supposed to have taken place at tourists who come and go at will It is o Walter James farmer yesterday morning an that she was going to Quebec The the early hourdeed was discovered When in tho midst of the most perfect scenery near MartinsburR a W Va called hisliving wife inhuman about in Europe surrounded by lofty moun- Â¬ sister when questioned admitted that she had a visitor but refused to give 5 oclock yesterday evening all five tains with exquisite views on every side out of her room Friday night put a gun to her head and fired Mrs James fell slightly bodies were btiff and cold in death with further information of winding valleys silvery lakes and The detectives say they are positive their throats cut from ear to ear Shelar foaming torrents In the hotel visitors wounded Har husband went iato the next room and cut his throat making a fearful tliat the woman in question is Silcotts and his wife were lying together across It is companion and that during her stay the foot of tho bed the throe cluldren are provided with every comfort and gash from believe 1 he will die James was financial difficulties hero she was visited by a man who it were on the floor in different parts of the luxury they can reasonably desire and insane house for these their royal host requires them is claimed answers Silcotts description First Claqueur Why do you clap and Shelar was a mill man and liad steady to pay just what they would liave to pay employment but of lato drank heavily EATEN BY CANNIBALS neither more nor less in an establish Â¬ hiss at the same time and it is rumored that he and his wife Second Ditto You see the new actress Four of a Vessels Crew Served Up to the did not live happdy together The ment of equal standing but of a less an- Â¬ has iaid me to clap and her rival has Â¬ Taste of Solomon Islanders As everything is contheory advanced is tliat Shelar in a fit of omalous nature San Francisco De 93 Tho Sydney madness cut the throats of his wife and ducted upon sound economic principles paid me to hiss LIndustrieL Herald of Nov 5 says that according children and then his own The weapon the duke is hi3 own butcher baker and Weather Indications to a letter received from Capt Wood used was a razor and was purcliased by brewer this innkeeping is most lucra- Â¬ Fair warmer weather southerly winds Shelar of a liardwarj dealer Saturday tive and when the end of August comes house of the trading schooner Elma streets PRICES CURRENT Fisher the boat steerer Nelton of tho evening The densely iin front of the Karl Theodor has always a handsome been lacked all even schooner Enterprise of Sydney and house hasan excited populace all eager to sum at his command This he always ing with He view of tho Money Stocks and Cattle Â¬ three of the native crew of the Enterseta to work to spend in a manner Quotations for Dec SI prise were killed and eaten by the can- Â¬ get a glance at the ghastly spectacle worthy of his race An intimation Islands nibals of the Solomon Monev closed at 4 per cent the lowest Freight Train Collision worded with tho most delicate courtesy rate tlte highest rate was ti Currency The Enterprise was trading among tho Saxon Mich Dec 23 A terrible fours coupon 127 bid islunds and the natives from Hammond tail end collision occurred near here last is conveyed to the paying visitors that sixes 110 bid 104 bid do island one of the Solomon group in- Â¬ night on the Duluth South Shore and the time is at hand when their rooms The stock market duced Nelson and the others to go ashore Atlantic road in which one man was will bo required for tub use of tho morning only S47K was extremely dull this shares changing bands to make some purchases Once on shore killed and two badly injured A freight dukes personal friends These as soon during the two hours from the opening until they were knocked on tho head and it is train had stopped on the main track as tho ordinary tourists depart be-Â¬ noon Missouri Pacific Reading Lacka Â¬ reportep tliat tho bodies were then roast-Â¬ and the rear brakeman instead of going gin to arrive and in tho course of a few wanna ami St Paul were about the only ed and eaten Tho letter states that her out to flag stayed in the caboose An- Â¬ days there is not a room left in the hotel stocks that showed any activity Missouri Pacific displayed the greatest strength and majestys ship Royalist shelled tho vil- Â¬ other freight came along and crashed without its occupant For tho whole of one time recorded an advance of 1 to lage on tho islands on Capt Hand learn Â¬ into the first train Kid Ryan was in September and as much longer as the at The re743f From this it reacted to 73 ing tho particulars stantly killed and Brakeman Connors mainder of the list was strong and were up weather will permit the duke entertains K to Jf per cent from last nights figures at who was also in the caboose was fatally A COWARDS REVENGE injured John Chattam engineer of the some threo hundred of those whom he the close Prices were strengthened to a extent by bank lie Fatally Deats the Child of a3Iau With second section waj injured internally styles his friends As a rule these considerablewhich showedthe favorable in the an increase Tho cars were piled to a great height friends are not chcccu from among tho statement Whom Ho Is at Knmlty reserves of 763075 very poor but rather from that class Gallatin Tenn Dec 23 One of the and the wreck ha3 just been cleared 34 9 Mich Cent Atchison V tho most to be pitied of all tho shabby C B 10S Q N Y Cent most brutal and astrocious crimes ever The ConfWIrrate Monument Will Stay 7X Northwestern 111 genteel Poverty stricken artists strug- Â¬ C a a I committed in this county was committed Baltimore Dec 10 The Murray Miss 23 at Sangtown in the northern part of this Confederate association of Baltimore gling literary men half pay officers poor DeL Hudson 147W Ohio Aiaii Iacinc DL W 137J Rock Island 9SJw county 7V which erected a monument on the Get- professors university students all are Erie 10SV St Paul James O Perdue is an enemy of a tysburg battle field last year winch ac Â¬ there enjoying tho rest and cliango they Lake Shore 70K 86K Western Union Hyg family called Mayes and yesterday while tion a Pittsburg Grand Army post de- Â¬ sorely need and can ill afford to pay for two of Mayes children a boy and girl nounced two or three months ago has During tho timo they are at Kreuth not Cincinnati were out from home Perduo saw them received a letter from John M Keath only are they provided with rooms but Wheat 7437S and inflicted wounds upon the girl from secretary of the Gettysburg Battle field Corn 23ic which she cannot possibly recover while association assuring them that his asso- Â¬ they are fed tended cared for andÂ¬ WOOL Unwashed fine merino ISArOc tho boy was treated to a severe beating ciation had undergone no change of treated as honored guests The only dif- J blood combing 2afl4c medium detaine Perduo was arrested and will be tried opinion as to the propriety of having ference made between tho rich pleasure and clothing 3433cbrald lS0cmerlem before a magistrate Tho excitement Confederate monuments on the field and seekers who had preceded them and combing 31325e fleece washed line merino over the brutal attack runs high in the tliat the Murray association shaft would themselves is that they the poor are X and XX 23Uc medium clothing SU vicinity where the deed wasporpetrated remain where it was The Battle field welcomed with a little more effusive 31c delaine 3O0tlc Hay timothy and mob violence is expected association he says meant what it said friendliness and a little moro trouble is per ton Choice brings sells at tll50gl200 pndne Jti0Oi5O straw when it invited Confederates to mark taken to prevent their feeling lonelv or 5ooaoo Good Effects of the California Flood their positions at Gettysburg io choke butchers 325 Cattle dull Sacramento CnL Dec 23 Engineer common 150g200 a 75 fair Suffering From the Fire at Lynn Humbert reports to the governor that In the month of May too tho hotel is stackers and22500 323l340 feeders Hogs Selected butchers and heavy ship the break in the levee at Haines ranch Boston Dec 20 Mayor Newholl of put to a like use and as each of his can be easily repaired if the work is bo- - Lynn has written to the sub committee guests is invited for a fortnight it fol- Â¬ pines 355357 fair to good packing 350g353 common and rough packing in at once but delay will be hazardous of the Boston committee for the relief of lows tliat in the course of the year tho to good light 850a57 KS00a845 fair e says the whole levee system along Lynn sufferers in reply to a communica- Â¬ the river is faulty and suggests that it tion from that committee as to what Duko Karl Theodor must entertain pigsa25e55 Sheep i25i5u nearly a thousand of them Thus he bo reconstructed at National expense Boston should do to prevent suffering in Laubs 325aoa Lynn He quotes the report of the in Â¬ chooses to spend the money he has Sailor in Irons Chicago vestigating committee to the effect that gained by his three months innkeeping New York Dec 23 The mate of tho 7000 people are thrown out of employ- Â¬ Hogs Light 3503870- - mixed 350 a right regal way in truth of combin- Â¬ ship Robere B Belknap wldch arrived ment 17a families mode homeless and ing the roles of prince and trader Lon- Â¬ aTO heavy 35503711 Cattijc Extra beeves Lo0525 steers in New York harbor yesterday from San one third of the business portion of tlie don Graphic Francisco is in irons charged with hav-Â¬ city destroyed Mayor Nowhall says a25tU cows bulls and mixed L15 300 stackers and feeders 1S500 ing knocked one of tho seamen over- Â¬ that this is no misstatement tliat the Torn to Colic Sheep 30000 board and causing his death He was magnitude of the blow to the people of A young married couple residing in tho Lambs 550650 per 100 lbs turned over to tho United States marÂ¬ Lynn is such that wliatever the humani- Â¬ West End were the principals in a story shal of tins district XewYork ty of tlie citizens of Boston shall dictate that was related with gusto at a supper will be satisfactory Wheat No 2 red winter 80f 87c JanÂ¬ table on Massachusetts avenuo last even Â¬ uary Keokuk Saloons All Closed 83f a Keokuk Iowa Dec 23 Tho grand ing Like a sensible prudent housewife His Bones Found In the Mountains Corn Mixed 45WXe indictments jury Friday returned Knoxnilln Term Dec 20 The mys- Â¬ the bride of a few weeks invested in a Oats No 2 mixed 23l39Kc January against forty two violators of prohibitory tery of the disappearance of W J book of household recipes and remedies 23Kc law All saloons in the city have closed Longmeyer one of the leading citizens for use in case of an emergency or a Pittsburg of this section has been solved by the big dinner A few evenings ago there Cattle Unchanged A Mothers Assault on Her Daughter finding of his bones near Glen Mary in Hoos Philadelpflas 308S5 Yorkers OsncosH Wis Dec 23 Late Friday tlie Cumberland mountains The identi- Â¬ was a commotion in tno household 360g3TO roughs 02535 caused by tho writhings of the husband 1LUB XUUIX1- - fication wa3 made by hispurse which UlUVMii JOiJ UWUAU Sheep Unchanged cated hurled n lighted lamp at her contained 10 in moaey The latter fact who declared that his hours were num Â¬ Toledo daughter striking her on tho seems to corroborate tho theory of many bered on earth His anxious wif o wrung Wheat Cash 81Sc December 81Kc head and inflicting a bad wound The that he had become insane and wander- Â¬ her bands and in tender accents wanted oil from the lamp was scattered over the ed off into the mountains and died He to know what she could do to relieve his The Invalids Hope girls clothing and speedily ignited Be-Â¬ had been missing over three months suffering Tossing and groaning as he fore tho llamas could bo extinguished tho Many seemingly incurable cases of blood was in what he thought Ids death throes poison catirrli scrofula and rhcnmntlsm Not Safe to Be Left Alone girl was terribly burned about the face it U- - B- - Botanic Blood nnd back and will probably die Her Ottawa Ont Dec 20 During her ho did not forget tho book of remedies liavo been cured bv Blood Balm Co Atlan- Â¬ made by mother is in jaiL mothers absence from homo an insane When one of his paroxysms of pain had Balm Write tothe for book filled with them ta Jr daughter of Mrs J Quinn of Park Hill subsided ho soothed his anxious wife by convincing proof Reasonable aW Ont set fire to the house burning it to saying Dearest get that book and turn Alliens BOn-ltaider living seven miles from Kor several years - writes Doctor to messenger boy So yo the ground The deme ited girl saved a to colic Suro enough the remedy was suffered with runnliijr ulrers which doctorsI trunk which she hat packed prepara- Â¬ found under that head and a sealskin treated and pronounced Incurable Aslnjile mammy say ez what de yarbs am dono bottle of B B U did me more good than all Con- Â¬ tory to an imagined trip to Detroit her no good Wait cr minnit sack will reward tho young wifes foreÂ¬ the doctors I kept on using It and every nicer nenieu sults liook I yi I thought so Ask A Wir Fatally Stabbed sight Washington Capital D r Kluard A Son Townliga Go writeR you mommy how she spec de yarbs to New York Dec 23 Jolianna St We Induced a nelghlior to try B B B for ax Harpera Clair was fatally stabbed by her hus catarrh which he thought Incurable himIt hail ack when do bill ain paid Dangerous and resisted all treatment It delighted band Christopher St Clair at their seems to be the matter with continuing tta use he was cured sound and What uecior street at an carry yourwifer Fur better than the harsh treatment rooms Ho well a R XL LawME East Point Go writes hour yesterday afternoon and died at My wife had scrofnla 13 years bhe kept of medicines which horribly gripe the tho hospital niterwara eimmediately growing worse She lost her hair and her surren feln Unite out fearfully Debility patient and destroy the coating of the after the stabbing tlie husbandhas been viceWeD she seems to be all bruk up the police He appetite followed After physi- Â¬ dered him3elf to stomach Dr J H McLeans Chills employed as a baker on tho steamship was tho reply kind o onstrung as it cians od nnmerous advertised medicines failed I tried B B B and hor recovery was the Clyde line and had ncd Fever Cure by mild jet effeotivei Cherokee of from a tap on that vessel wex0 en Ise feeid shes gwinetercome rapid and complete just returned Oliver Seeor Baltimore Md writes j nwn wm dis ailment dev calls narvous aufitred from weak baste and rhsumatlMa I clion will cure Bold nl 50 cents a Sf preparation sah dats what 1m fcerd 1L is U has nruven to be the Qui V medletBe r57 7 39 bottle Warranted Comnanion i tliat gave me relief rsjpufatfon among her neigbors well-to-dwell-to-d-Â¬ Sunday morning and raged fiercely helped by a high wind until the entire business portion of the town was dastroyed a blow from which the place mil doubtless never recover and its 700 inhabitants will seek a new place to live in some other oil town The fire orignated in Klingensmiths store aud swept uji Main street consum- Â¬ ing the frame buddings on both side and reaching back to the side streets marking a clean sweep of ruin among the store dwellings and hotels The town has a fire department which re Â¬ sponded promptly but the water pipes were clogged up and refused to do their service and the fianics hid it all their own way until they died out for want of something to burn The buildings were all frame affairs two stories the lower floors 111 for business while the upper was uwd for dwellings and of the whole business community there are now left but two stores a bank and hotel Owing to the inflammable miterial in the buildings the rate of insurance high and the owners in bat an instance or two had any insurance so that the loss which will reach between 35000 and 100000 is a total one and the majority of the sufferers Io3e their all No lives were Ioat nor any injuries are reported The heaviest losers are C M Bur- Â¬ nett Central hotel 7000 J M Hawk two buddings 4000 E R Chebros 10000 insurance 3000 H A store Klingensmith 6000 insurance 2400 3000 insurance Fosters drug store 1000 Jamisons store s000 partly in- Â¬ sured Burcliardt 6090 small insur- Â¬ 000 fully insured ance Masonic hall Campbell Byeis livory 3000 insur- Â¬ ance 500 Among the forty or more buildings de Â¬ stroyed were the Episcopal church post office Western Union and National Transit Telegraph offices and Oil ex- Â¬ change Summer Hotel Burned PrrrsBURO Dec 23 A large summer resort hotel located at Alpsville on the Baltimore an 1 Ohio railway twenty miles from this city was totally destroy Â¬ Loss 30000 The ed br fire yesterday hotel was occupied by permanent ten- Â¬ ants and was owned by the Donnelly es- Â¬ tate of Pittsburg Perched high up on tho great Alpine range that separates Tyrol from Bavaria is a largo hotel that enjoys tho unique distinction of having for its landlord a prince one too who perhaps more than any other in Europe has stood forth as the champion of his order though it is not so much tho rights and privileges of royalty as its duties that he insists upon The owner and director of the Grand hotel at Kreuth is Karl Theodor the duke in Bavaria His father the Duke Maximilian was a well known traveler and writer and his mother a daughter of a king of Bavaria is to this day in tho south held as a model of all royal virtues THE MINERAL SPRING failed Eil ward Potneroy was killed by ears at Lebanon Ind boy was coavieted Ira Smith a of manslaughter at Canton O Hon Orsimus B llattison of Utiea N Y died Sunday aged 84 years The Toledo base ball club has decided to enter the American Association The Huron county common pleas court just ckHed granted nineteen divorcee The business portion of Leesbarg lad was destroyed by fire early Sunday morntBg On and after Jan 2 the Mexican National bank will pay tin coupons doe oo the con Â¬ solidated debt bonds James A Parker of Kmwas CKy com- Â¬ mitted snicido at Washington by jumping into the Potomac river Marquis Paul dAdda Salvaterra of William Hoopsr of Cincinnati died suddenly in Partf Sunday Edward Watte son of the late chief jus- Â¬ tice is lying at the point of death at the family residence in Washington At Ashevilie N C William Qates and Lewis Guthrie were killed by the explosion of a gasometer they Were repairing It is reported that Hon T J Magibben has sold four distilleries in Kentucky to an English syndicate for W000 oah The Indianapolis police raided gambling rooms in two of the hotel Sunday captur Â¬ ing at each a faro lay out and the players Rochester will fill one of the vacancies in the American Association and Toledo is ex- Â¬ pected to follow Newark N J may also PALACE ti NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE HEW AND STYLISH FALL DRESS GOODS Are had io suit the Queens taste But a Queens pocket book is not nec- Â¬ essary to buy them - i THE PALACE -- QUOTES PRICES THAT- - O i Cant Be Considered Hii I i IN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE 2s p O en LOWEST POSSIBLE i Cloaks ail Jackets to Suit very Task THE PALACE r HAS A BIG LINE OF BOOTS AMD SHOES o for which it has no room and they must go HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE RODESDALB TIIE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE ELSE NEED APPLY NONE LOTS Twenty Six Lots 58x251 Feet Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars eash batane la install ments of S150 on Saturday of eaeli week to be paW to Dr W G WhMe Secre Â¬ L Corporation who will receipt hr Ike money tary of the Richmond B No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expkulfrHi mt will be eharged oh I he pur14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per chase money remaining unpaid By this method parties ean buy atl pay fee a good lot at a small priee on easy terms without Interest ami free of efty lax Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more ttt these lols antl pay fer it without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will be wtMth much more than it is now selling at-- The eity is rapidly extending to that diFor further itifcrialriHi sail rection and wilt ultimately absorb Rodesdale on W G WniTB E W Wiaaixs or Stbi iibn d Pakhisii Itiettmoud Ky Â¬ e--nt- LN Â¬ Â¬ 48- - WE GIVE AWAY Nothin Our Anthracite PRIVATELY Tbe Stables and Grass of the Madi son County Fair Aseoktlron are for rtnt privately lor tlte year law Â¬ BUT A DOLLAR WILL BUY AS many things of the best quality at our house as at any other place in Ken tucky We respectfully ask you to call and examine our stock of are And Sixty Box Stalls ami the best STOVES HALF Â¬ MILE TPAGK Secy COTTAOK the Open Fronts In five State Abo a nice to room Apply at owe of are cheerful ornamental and comfortable We keep every style In M B ARBUCKLE 27 30 B Madison County Fair Association a fc Cooking Stoves Ranges Wood fn iMtr and Coal Stoves ESJ Sportsmen find what they want in our slock of GUNS tlie most accu- Â¬ rately shooting and finest finished cuus We ever imported to this market keep a large supply of r rnirr wu II1 trvRtrncci i7tnnu FREE wrtk 91MtX mm or -- m15BxmS HMV JWM JPMIiMmBr A tfffc mssgstjJAmWJ mrate A3WSE2K rqui Um9UtrjHOmV - lLta U tr rartmMMttMt jrOL I lb wmM mmmfm TwtSmtL Ut4f mm Oars eft li 5 Â¬ J jed ttft va tbe mi m i rcv ife irfca wit JW o 4 4ttotktrwfcl9 m rat Ma trm w U whr hmVfc fbr rnn wrm Wi pay Powder of any grade and load frhells MitiMmrtfttU wTStc o rapc i K M m 1lm mUW nm mm mm apwmau linn vm n m Ui t 4i4 w to order at the lowest market prices -- OUR STOCK OF W SHOT A V7Ka7riMn jry w -- tVr h baraitiv fc tMvtkrr q uk aaa HMIMfetfftK - mini TgiiTirfn f M v I 1 -- mm y ti I k I JLi J EC K einacfa-tlonand-n- o Tinware -- BRECK si- Cutlery is Complete FTP2PATRIGI Maniac nwimoutf Ky r -- W ARE STORE RQipi BEIT Call and see us before buyisg eke where lSa32XSM - - k I offer for rent ray Store Root Main Street opposite tno Hotel doB Fer hirtber tafennnrtoH - Hotel Ot J W MAtTiXY i 4m Barter Bib et b -on i- - ngi m Srnu jeA Print Unprecedented mellow States will before many days havea fleet guilt upon the soul of Patrick OSuIHvan collision were soothed down bF will be as much admired as tltat of is more than h can bear Consumption strains of music But like the oft quoted that Dr V M Jacksons novel yacht the has laid its fatal hand upon him and ho and startling clap of thunder Irom a any other nation and that the naval aro SST0VER A 3IILLI0N DISTRIBUTED Tlie following are Representative Makes the Ures of many people miserable Evolution embodying the principle of realizes that his days are numbered Ho clear sky an ear splitting breath snatch- Â¬ will be as powerful as that of the army FRENCH TIPTON Editor James B McCrearja bills and often leads to seU destrnetioc Distress propulsion by a stream of water forced may not live to go to Joliet His sleep ing nerve paralyzing boom broke forth To establish a United States Land Pat Hunt was huuged at Paris on alter eating sonr stomach sick headache is broken nightly by visions of his vicstern was launched on Wed tim and the scenes surrounding the mur-Â¬ It was a broad side from the Chicago to rCBLUUXB ETESY WEDNESDAY BT I have a fine selection of superb heartburnlossof appetite a faint all gone Wednesday Court and to provide for a judicial from the Lenox feeling bad taste coated tongue and Irregu- Â¬ der end there is a general impression warn smaller craft that Uncle Sams Investigation and settlement of private nesday from the yard of James Co larity of tho bowels are Brooklyn A number of yachts that ho wdl soon lift the load from his Squadron of Evolution was moving and CONCERNING FARMERS Lottery Comi any laud claims in the Territory of New South DlStrOSS some of the more common Louisiana Statethe Legislature for Ed- Â¬ men witnessed her first plunge into the mind by telling all he knows now only the example was takcrt up by the other Incorporated by W G White Chas S Powell Tho srato attorney is anxious Dyspepsia does symptoms Colorado Mexiee and in the Stale of Aft Or not get weU of Itself It ucational and Charitable purposes and its water Her dimensions are Length for big confessions which will fasten the three vessels until far and wide the echoes Several mare mule ltj hands sold at To amend the act nlitled Au act oart of Ihe present State crime of murder upon those who walk I nd reverberations r0Hcd like a cyclone overall 10S feet beam 3 feel draught Eating requires careful persistentÂ¬ franchise made aiS79 by an overa helming For Ihe Holidays Gall abu see tltew 150 granting pensions to tlie soldiers aud PRICE PER YEAR 101 to 121 Constitution in 09 A4CT3 ili ZU AJlliAJ remedy like Hoods Sarsa GJ feet The yacht is to be run solely Uie bltltUI UMJiiJ and sailor of the Mexican war and for reveal the The Squadron was safe from all harm but popular vote OSullivan if he In Clwrk county 200 acres of hemp attentionwhich a acts gently yet surely and parilla 1SS9 system of awaits hand and furnishctn WEDNESDAY DEC corroborative other vessels in giving it a wide way en- sold at 5 85 Its Mammoth Drawings take place hidden so as to dispense with by hydraulic power by a purpose other cfficlentiy It tones tho stomach and other Semi Annually June and December Â¬ pumping water into her and forcing it evidence There is a doubt that OSuIH- countered each other to their own detri Â¬ tlte provision which requires that tlie organs regulates tho dlgesUon creates a it Hrand Sinsle Number Drawings take In Boyle county 18 cattle 1500 lb DEAD out through pipes Site will be fitted van was in the confidence of the arch ment After an hour and thirty minutes good appetite and by thus cluimuBt or widow of the officer or conspirators or knows as much as Cough Sick place m each of the other ten moHths of sold at 3 00 with a pumping engine of 1500 borse lin overcoming tho local symp v we landed on the Jersey shore a performenlisted man shall be sixty two years the year ami are 111 omra m tu Iu Marlon county 21 cotton inuhs toms removes the gjmpa neaaucnw Henry W Grady whose ex of age before they oau claim the bftie power which will give her Dr Jack Wltat a Turnkey Overheard the Academy of Music New Orleans La 1 have a variety of exquteKe ance that is ordinarily accomplished in ten tho thcuc effects of the dlseoso banishes sold at S120 and 12 at 115 sou bays a tremendous pressure and As one of the turnkeys on night watch minutes lrmo illness is noticed under his 11 1 of said aot headache and refreshes tho tired mind TAMED FOR TWENTY YEAES which will result iu giving tlie boat a in murderers row at the county jail was port raj t elsewhere in this issue In Mercer county 21 fat cuttle i old at I have been troubled with dyspepsia I The Sauadron of Evolution has not To impose certain duties upon the by OSulhvans cell Thursday and Prompt of its speed of not less than twenty live miles nassmsr heard these words uttered m lfiV 15 two vear old cattle sold at had but llttlo appetite and what I did eat For IntegrityPrizes Drawingsas follows died Monday He was the ablest Department of Labor night he gone abroad for mere pleasure and parade attested Payment of distressed me or did mo an hour aud possibly over thirty miles piteous tones my ioa I cant face editor in the South except Usury Tlie new 3 30 We do hereby certify that we super HOart- - jjttle g00a in air hour For the rrllef of James Dozier Stepping but for study and practice The water will be drawn in through with this load on my mind the Monthly vise tho In Boyle county 7 cattle 1100 H would cspe Waitereou awl had made a na- Â¬ For the relief of Mary Klkin bum after eating I gone feeling and Semiarrangements for all of Tlte Lou- Â¬ For ladies aud genthjmeH suitable fitr aoor me xurnnoy uiquireu vessels and their armaments are so totally eight inch pipes located iu either side BOttiy to tlie matter OSulhvan Annual Drawings Tho unlike the old ones that an old marine sold at 8 14 cattle 800 JbS205 65 rlenco a falnurcss or tired all He was sick tional reputation relief of the Madlbou Female Whats the For the Cbrktinfts preseate Â¬ isiana State Lottery Company and in per- Â¬ of the ya Jit amidthips and forced iu prisoner turned a rale and haggard face the field as though I had not eaten anything My trou four days must needs practice before he is perfect in cattle 1200 Ibi S3 Corn iu Institute oca ltd at llioluuoud Ky son manage and control the Drawings through pipes in he toward the watchman started up and ble I think was aggravated by my business themselves and that the same are con- Â¬ management The cruise will be SI 50 For relief of II F Harrison which Is that of a painter and from being aud stem She will have no rud- after a moments silence announced with their STATE VS CuMMUXWEALTII ducted with honestv fairness and in good Lancaster Court Z E Budi reports more or less shut up In a For the relief of Marin E Warfield stem being steered by deflecting tlie his old scowl Nothing long and interesting SOUT faith toward all parties and we authorize Willi the slow machinery of the su- Â¬ itinerary of the cruise has been in- Â¬ 10 broke mules sold at 100 In 135 15 room wlthtrcslt paint Lost relief of the heirs of J 1 der Fur the The the Company to use this certincatc wttti stream of water Another remarkable preme court on their side it is not likely formally spring I took Hoods Sorsa-- btOITiacn per head e want the use of the word McKenzie announced but there is of course yeurliug Texas mules S35 Bala 1 It did me aa facsimiles of our signatures attached tit that Conghlin Burke or OSullivan will aba I took three bottles Commonwealth in connection Granting a pension to Mary Jean feature of the Evolutions construction sec the inside of the penitentiary until a no reason why it should not be changed at A few good horses sold nt 125 to S175 riua It gave me an its advertisements lmmcnso amount of good Is that she has 110 knees or frames Tlie t ho courU abolished has elapsed Neither the prisoners any time if circumstances should make a wit ii year It is Owsley Mr Thomas U Robinson of Win- Â¬ appeUte and my food relished and sausfied I have n choice lor of solid Silverware only in her hull are two or nor their lawyers desire to have tho tho craving I had previously experienced present sketch- chester has old his farm of 250 ncre MiinvwekHy word throe times as Youeanimt To increase the petifclon of Mrs Mary three obsruetous in nil Ihe newest dexipis court reversed change important As at deck beams Her lines do not judgment of the lower Geoege A rOE TVatertown Mass find n hauiiMiiuer article fur a present itli a pos Â¬ four miles out 011 the Lexington pik loH r as it should be and does not L Seott of Lincoln county Ivy Â¬ ed the cruise is first to Lisbon suggest very great speed but the fact and a new trial ordered bat the murdercotuy uy more meaning than For tlie relief of A C HoIuhooii ex Â¬ that when she has her engines coal ers prefer to stay in jail for a year rather sible stop for a few da s at the Azores to Win Itobbror 13750 or75p ruere titan be at Itard work in state prison - 2U stxfor JJJ rreparcdonly Sold by nUdrossltlie p jin short easy word State ecutor of Jacob Itobltixou About two days will be spent in Lisbon Improvements fair and other necessary equipments aboard bj C L HOOD 4 CO ApoUiecariesIxnreU Mas will come a somewhat shorter relief vt V C Cronln Jnror Culver Sues for UbeL and then Let t lie matter be so arranged that For the Cmmissioners Cupt T D English reports Counly Dollar she will draw less than four feel of Dec instead of saying the Common Â¬ For the relief of Simeon 11 Pings water is iu favor of speed Out of Ihe of CmcAao case 20 Juror John Culver stay at Gibraltar Instead of going north Curt well attended and ihe supply of 29IOO Doses One 29 began suit from Gibraltar to Malaga and other Spannotoriety Cronin wealths cases or the Common Â¬ executrix We the undersigned Banks and Bankers The most exqni ile mnHtle and wall cttlle not equal to the demand Oue water her hull appears trim and well Thursday afternoon in the supreme For the n lief of It II Oivetis lieirV proportioned 1 1 the water she looks court against Tlte Chicago Herald claim- Â¬ ish ports us was at one time intended the lot yearling sloers medium quality will pay all Priies drawn in The Louisiana Clocks In all designs Yon bltonW eee Â¬ wealth against Brown or the Com on account Stale Lotteries which may be presented at them ing damages of monwealths Attorney we can say For the relief of William IVAiuii chunky and very much like the model article concerning25000 published inof an admiral will next run overtoTangiersand brought iCG t 0 3 ear old steers 5 10 Sun- Â¬ him our counters ders administrator of Susan baiiuder thence along the northern coast of Africa tSJ BoHtl GoMJeweJry fall bind the State cases the State against to 3 25 Demand for horses and mules of an old time steam yacht Baltimore day mornings edition To a reporter he R M Walmslky President Louisiana Fur the relief of the administrator of Sun said he had been in effect charged with touching at Algiers Turri5andrrripoli fair to good at 75 to 265 Danville National Bank Brown or the State Attorney We allowing his verdict to be influenced by At all these ports except Algiers which Advocate Pierre Lanaux President State Nacan see no reason why tlie change H L Carpenter HISTORY OF THE CROXIX CASE bribes and he proposed to give the pub- Â¬ is not Moorish but French acertain tional Bank For Ihe relief of A Carson- should not be made and many lishers a chance to prove it Winchester Court J A Ranwey A Baldwin- - President New Orleans 26- relief of tlie Trustees of the amount of display will be madeTor ihe reasons why it should Lop off For tlie National Bank reports 200 catlle 011 the Last week we gave a verdict of life im- Â¬ impressing the Moorish offi- auctioneer cliuroli at Crab Orchard Ky purpose of BaHist Carl Koiin President Union National TJ seven useless letters aitd two use- Â¬ No strictly choice oflerhig prisonment in the celebrated Cronin case Grunting Adam Perly a pension cials who knowing nothing of the dignity market Bank weight 1050 lo 1100 118 head feeders less syllables Lire is too short at Chicago Below we give a history of the relief or tj V Evani and power of anyt government except of GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING to La wrestling with such a long For tlie relief of James M Martin the case which is in many respects the The Squadron of Evolution the the material display they see have not of lbs brought 350 10 plain steers 1000 yealings brought most marvelous has ever produced worl when a shorter one will do For the relief of John Boiighman TO BE ENLARGED AND any very exalted respect for lbs 300 16 good At the Academy of Music New Orleans Result of Congressman M- Â¬ late tears felt States of America From 325 Coramou yearlings 275 Scrubs so mttch better Lop off lop Dr Patrick Henry Cronin seven years TUESDAY JANUARY 14 1S90 For Ihe relief of James F Flouut the United Next Dook to Post Oppiob ago came to Chicago to practice his pro- Â¬ An active market nud ccrearys Ruling while relief of S P Martin will cross to Palermo 2 to 21 cents For the Tripoli the squadron Capital THAT IKON TARIFF fession as a physician and surgeon He an advuuee of J to To remove the charge of desertion camo from St Louis and located his and from tltere continue northward to all offerings sold at THE BEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR Temporary Speaker 100000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each Nay office and residence with the family of From a week cents over last court from tlie military record of James Genoa Nice and Marseilles Quarters 5 Tenths 2 Halves 10 The late C B Grubb of Phila Â¬ lur of the House dipt NatH Oflutt reports at George- to ten days will be spent at Palermo and T T Conklin on the second floor of the Twentieths 1 delphia was an extensive owner time at town court 150 to 200 caltle on the remove the oharge of desertion building on the northwest comer of Oak To Genoa and a somewhat longer LIST OF PRIZES of iron interests His will has from the military record of William and Clark streets He afterward moved THE SltfJADROX AXDTHE CLIMAX MAN Nice formerly the headquarters of our market selling at from 280 On account of the Inconvenience that 1 Prize of 300000 is 300000 to the Windsor Theater block on North been probated Among his pos J On ens IX A FOG - 100000 I Prize of 100000 is Mediterranean squadron and the favorite to 340 per cwt He sold oue bunch of will occur therefrom we have decided Clark street near Division where he re- Â¬ to sell out our enormous stock of 11 LARD CANS 1 Prize of senioiis were 2617 shares of Pen 50000 50000 For the relief of James M Clowers resort of naVal officers Unfortunately the yearlings at 325 and one bunch ni dded with tlte Conklin family and he 1 rrize ot 25000 25000 is establMted his office in tlte Chicago For days the press of two continents harbor of Vfljafrahche which is the port 2G2i aud one bunch of 2 j ear olds at syhania Railroad stock 100000 Malherly For the relief of James C 2 Prizes of 10000 are 20000 Opera House building have busied itself with accounts of the of Nice is notjwell adapted to drills and 825 He also sold 54 yearling mules BUTCHER KNIVES worth of government bonds Phil Â¬ assignee of John C Pierce The niht of May 4 last Dr Cronin new fleet of 25000 5 Prizes of 5000 are cruisers sent out by the United if it were there is reason to fear that the at 73 per head No broke mules oiler adelphia and Reading Railroad For tire relief of D X Williams 25JOOO was called to the Carlson cottage in Lake 1000 are 25 Prizes of 100 Prizes of View and there done to deatii His body States and popularly known as the charms of Nice on one side and of Monte ed aud not much trade iu hones stork worth 50000 Camden and For the relief of G W Herd 50000 500 are MEAT CUTTERS was a 200 Prizes of 300 arc tvoo It sailed from Carlo on the other might have a dampenAmboy Railroad stock worth Far the relief of the Danville Lan ried stripped and put into the trunt car- Â¬ Squadron of Eolution J A Itambey auctioneer reports the sewer on to a catch basin 100000 200 are 500 Prize of ago and is now on ing effect upon the zeal of the officers So sale of Rev 50000 Philadelphia and Erie caster and Kioholaville Turnpike Evanston avenue and in J P Powers on the 11th there thrown in New York a fortnight APPROXIMATION rKIZES And all kinds of TINWARE t tlte high seas destined for Mediteranean but con- Inst as well attended For days afterward only the fact of his Milcb cows Railroad stock worth 1100000 I toad Conitmuy the squadron will not linger long 100 Prizes of 500 are 50000 disappearance was known Tlte Conk ports having touched at Boston Halifax tinue onward to Marseilles the great com- Â¬ brought 25 to 31 For tlie relief of Allen M Snooks Jersey Petiiberton and lligltstown Rail 100 do 30000 - FINE COAL VASES 300 arc lins and other intimates of tlte doctor and other point6 mercial centre of the Mediterranean streers17 Jersey steer calves 5 per 100 do 200 are 20000 roal stock worth 100000 400 For the relief of E J Sheckelford claimed that lte had been murdered but It is called the Squadron of Evolution Here are immense docks and other works bend Jersey heifer calves 15 per head For tlie relief of Abijjh B Gilbert manv people would not credit so ghastly TERMINAL PRIZES shares of Wilmington and North FINE CUTLERY For the relief of W G Dunn admin Â¬ aud fanatic a theory Nobody outside of because of the fundamental departure of professional interest well worthy the grade 3 earliug heifers 18 to 20 one 100 arc ern stock Pennsylvania State 99900 939 do the secret society to which the doctor from the old regime of war vessels mark100 are 99900 attention of our officers Here too the jearllngcoltby Jim Hill 99 fat hogs 999 do COAL OIL STOVES loais valued at 100000 and a istrator of Cooper Dunn deceased belonged knew anything of the internal AT A For tlie relief of A J Clark execu- Â¬ feutls and tlte rancorous feeling which ing the dawn of an era in marine equipment great ship yards and arsenal of Toulon 3 35 to 300 per cwt Household aud in the famous twilftii interest Prizes amounting to tSTCttll and see lbe celebrated 3134 105400 ha 1 grown up and people generally in- Â¬ not to be excelled when completed by are within easy reach and in this neigh farming Implements sold low Cornwall- estate that aggregates tor of James Clark deceased clined to Note Tickets drawipg Capital Prizes ECONOMIST RANGE the best ou For tlie allowance of a claim In favor planations easier and less sensational ex-Â¬ the powerful nations abroad borhood there are usually during the win- J A Ramsey auctioneer sold at pubearth 15000000 Take off tlte tariff of Miltou arc not entitled to terminal Prizes A score of ears have passed since our ter months important maneuvers in pro lic auction on our streets last Saturday J Durham administrator Some said there was a woman in the m that the many may have iron Government could contemplate her navy gress by the Mediterranean squadron of From now until the builder begin and case others that the doctor was not Leonard the followiug stock For Hood Smith artkdes cheaper while the few of For the Taylor deceased complete llieir work ACENTS WANTED England January for ex- Â¬ Six good yearling steers weight S58 relierof William J Lau quite right mentallv and had wandered without feeling of inferiority aimlessly away still others that he was France Germany Russia and even little the French navy Last for- For Club Rates or any further make not have stieh princely F Tliis will be a rare oppor- Â¬ and night pound dram ample the squadron made a day nt 3 20 per cwt three good a British spy and had gone to join Le information desired write legibly to the tunes Granting a pension to William Barnes Caron in London where he would ap-Â¬ Italy boasted better navies There was a attack on the defense of Toulon with a steer calves U75 per head one extra tunity for Hie people of Richmond undersigned clearly stating your residence with State County Street and Number Granting a pension to G W Mc pear before tlte Parnell commission time when wooden vessels were the rule view to determining the most favorable steer calf 15 oue pair work oxen and Madison county to get the CRIME AND SEWS The case was confused in many ways that the United States was proud of her method of firing on ships from fort and More rapid return mail delivery will be Lure weight 3110 lbs nt 305 per cwt two but in none more than by the lying dis Â¬ war vessels but with the advent of 6tccl The SECOND TERM of be present assured by your enclosing an Envelope Tfce assistant District Attorney For the relief of James M Corneli patches sent by the man Long from To- Â¬ batteries Asa result of this attack it was good 3 year old steers weight 1 355 lbs sessiou of this institution will begin bearing your full address Â¬ ronto wlto declared that he had seen vessels and improved breech loading ar- decided to supplement the land defenses of at 32S per cwt 1 hull weight 1970 of Cincinnati in the course of his soo and talked with the missing physician maments that glorious prestige waned all important French ports with remarks to tlte jury in the Charlie For the relief of B F Iiobinsou lbs at 165 per cvv t Also for George in that citv This story was told with Address M A DAUPHIN If the offi- Â¬ Iurldo 9 head short yearling at 18 They have ever received from any Granting a peusiou to James Phelps suclt detail and circumstantiality that it and vanished altogether At the close of mine and torpedo boats Rlythe case made this statement New Orleans La source for our slock is one of the Granting a pension to Martha A imposed on the Chicago papers and the our recent war tlie Government excelled cers from squadron should have an oppor- Â¬ per head Winchester Democrat The newspaper men of this or M A Dautiuj Washington D C But students will be received at any Chicago puldic and was supposed for a in iron clads but soon other countries tunity to be present at maneuvers of this best aud largest in By ordinary letter containing Money lime aud charged for the term only country unearth more crime than Bibb time to be the solution of the mystery forged to the front our monitors corroded kind conducted on the large scale that is Companies Granting a pension to Charles T do all the detectives- There were confirmatory incidents A For further information and Cata Â¬ Louisville Tobacco Market CENTRAL KENTUCKY Order issued by all Express Postal Note New York ExchangeDraft or young woman named Annie Murphy in disuse and we were left well nigh dc permitted by the size and character of the logue apply to In a recent issue of a New York Fleming Address Registered Letters containing fenseless An appropriation was made by Durrelt Louisville lohacco By Glover with no apparent reason for journal we have seen a similar For the relief of T H Bobannn ad- Â¬ justice stated that she saw misleading Congress and one or two fairly respecta- Â¬ French fleet it would give them an expeL H BLANTON Ware House This is no catch penny to get rid Currency to Dr Cronin rience which our own service will not ofSlaughter New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK riding in a street car on the night of the ble boats were built but there was no instatement WJieii we consider the ministrator of John 27 80 Chancklmk Sales on our market for the past of goods but we are in earnest fer them for many years to come New Orleans La For the relief of William R Ballard murder aftor tlte crime ltad been com Â¬ vast number of detectives whose week jiift closed amount to 2J122 hhds Marseilles the squadron will sail with receipts for tjie same period of 1731 about everything we say of Thomas mitted Site was corroborated by the considerable objection from Congressmen From REMEMBER that the payment of sole province is the detection of For the relief of the heirs One day Speaker Carlisle vacated the car conductor and this taken with where the admiral on the hhds csales on our market since Jan- We have all the latest styles in Prizes ts Ouatanteeu by tour National stories about tlte doctor which were then chair and our own Congressman Gov for the East crime the words of tlte District Stone deceased Banks of New Orleans and the Ticket Yorktown will make a visit to Constan- uary 1st amount to 132239 hhds Sales Granting a pension to Carter Ander Â¬ so indiMtriously circulated tended to Attorney are as complimentary as son arc signed by the President of an Institu- Â¬ make every one believe that murder was James B McCreary was seated therein tinople The other vessels of the squad of The crop of 1SS8 on our market to tion whose chartered rights arc recog- Â¬ thi date amount to32S2 hhds astonishing Te remove the cearge of desertion tlte one theory which would not explain A bill had been introduced appropriating ron would riot be aycjgcd to pass the Dar nized in the highest Courts therefore be- Â¬ An it will not be possible for me lo The new hurley crop is coming for- Â¬ Among wealthy papers where front the military record of Thomas the facte 6000000 for tlte building of four danclls which under treaty stipulations ward very freely and the sales on our ware of move Nieholusville at A bloody trunk was found but even stylos in schemes all imitations or anonymous presentmy IolHee from rent out the Dr Tlte bill was called up A rule of between the great powers are closed to market this week amount to 117S We have all the latest competition is strong and where It Hawkins desire to that could not be fitted to any rational 18b9 Tlie ONE DOLLAR is the price of tlie Heath house next lo St Ntehoia aud compensation is unlimited in case tlteory tf the case The Conklins and the House stipulated tltat no bill for an carrying moic than six guns hhds of the growth of are selling good For tlie relief or J H Fablxird re- Â¬ MENS SHOES AND BOOTS smallest part or fractional a Ticket Issued the rooms over J A Higgins grocery grades of new hurley otlter Irish partisans of Cronin stiU de- Â¬ appropriation could come to a vote except of a scoop there is perhaps a Granting a pension to Ira Mauley will then spend some time markably well while he common Anything in our Apply to J A Hiqgins by us in any Drawing clared that it was a case of dastardly by unanimous consent unless it provided The squadron greater incentive than is found For the relief of James G Carter at Smyrna and will probably visit Athens grades are low Tlie difference in pi lets We have all the best makes and name offered for less than a Dollar is a Repeetfllv assassination and they even mentioned among the detectives A live man swindle 27 28 J H TEARi ON And the following petitions Of tlte name of the man against whom their fur the completion of some work already and Alexandria Returning eastward in between good btirJpy and common bur latest styles in on a city newspaper who downs Sttsanimh Smith of Stanford Ky suspicion pointed a name that Cronin begun There was objection and the ob- tlte late spring they will run up tlte Adri- ley is very much greater than ia ctisto given in the remarkable his competitors is tlte lion among of Ira Mauley of Win J Owens of himself had had prepared sometime be- Â¬ jectors together with many of the atic to Venice and Trieste after which pmry following quotations fairly rep Misses and Childrens Shoes document lte The friends to the measure tltought it was lost the proprietors and like the tra- Â¬ James Xaylor of M J Harris admin- Â¬ fore ltis end they will leave the Mediterranean for the resent our market on Burley tobacco We have a full stock of by the whole mys As tlte ditional longest pole knocks the istrator of M J Harri deceased of tery was days went of the public mind Â¬ But Chairman McCreary ruled that the English channel going first to Southamp crop of 1889 fading ont Government had begun to build a navy ton the centre during July and August of Traoli Not foler and damaged loÂ¬ Anderson J Settle aud many others wltcn May 22 Dr Cronin s body was per mmon 1 50 to bar 350 asking for an amendment to the pen Â¬ found in tlte catch basin where it had that it was unfinished and that the bill all the naval yachting and social interest Colorv Trash 350 to 550 should be lut upon its passage bill of England Here our ships always reTlte WMRKD HELP WASTED been thrown sion laws so as to increase pensions Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to Public indignation blazed and the passed by a vast majority We have the largest line of -- FOR THE ceive a royal welcome and it may be taken 550 hunt for the criminal was begun with a PreeMent E M Cravatb of the Fisk Contracts were signed for four Colory IiUgs C 50 to S50 WHERE THE 310XEY GOES for granted that the present squadron will vigor tltat soon produced results The Â¬ Common Leaf 300 to 10 00 Universitv Nashville received a telenamely tht Chicago the Boston the not be made an exception to the rule cottage where tlie deed was committed 1000 to 1500 Medium to goodleaf gram from Mr Williams who arrived In his work ou Recent Economic was foun- with the blood stains clumsily Atlanta and the Yorktown The fleet was 15 00 to It is not now the intention to go up the Select or wrappery leaf daubed over with pa nt In the house gotten ready and assembled in New York ia New York City from the free Congo Changes Mr David A Wells states Baltic but the programme may be changed 20 00 were many evidences of the awful crime Elates Im Africa asking for twenty that the consumers of pig iron in this and the body itself told the tale of harbor six weeks ago Admiral Walker in and the cruise prolonged At present the We have the best selection of competent colored persons to go to the country during the past ten years have tmacherv and death command TheChicago being tlte largest to return to the Unjted States in Local Produce Markets Patrick OSullivan an ice dealer was and finest vessel was selected as the flag- plan is Conge States in the oapaoity of clerks mid in enhanced prices due to the August for the purpose of repeating on a CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON the first to be vehemently suspected of r mechanic engineers and tariff 65 per cent more than the entire complicity He ltad made a suspicious ship It has 400 officers and men and an largerscale the mancuvres carried out two ARNOLD A DRO GROCERS MAIN Free transportation will be fur Â¬ capital invested injls production That contract for medical services with Dr armament of 4 8 inch guns 8 6 inch guns years ago I have what jrou want and yon have what I want I have the STREET RICHMOND KY at Newport For these man Â¬ nished and salaries will be paid rang too he states while the employes of Cronin under suspicious circumstances and 2 5 inch guns Its displacement is cuvres it is probable that several of the The market affords such as Kkox Roods and you have the money Onnt we trade Richmond Ky Dec 3 1889 think so In ing from 25 to 80 per month with the iron men have been receiving His cards were used to lure the doctor to 4500 tons is 5000 horse power and runs new ships which will be ready by that Beef Cattle Butcher the shambles He was a member of the K3Mc Stiff and Stetson Felt Hats fact I know it Why Because I have tlie beat and fraslwet of board and free medical attendance wages somewhat less on an average and a sympathizer with 16 knots an hour Like the remainder of time will be ordered to join Admiral Hogs 5 3 We have an abundant sup everything and that is precisely what you want How can 31f pull than were paid at the same time to those whom Cronin attacked When the the fleet it is pure white down to the Walkers flag The classes at the torpedo Sugar Cured Hams STILL FISDIXG BODIES AT JOHXS ply of Umbrellas Neckwear Shirts through Christmas without Bacon Hams Country man with tlte buggy came to take Cro- Â¬ water edge The Atlanta and Boston aggre- Â¬ other and outside labor r The station and tlte War College will T0WX nin on his last visit he stated that one of Cured I2I5C Suspenders Gents Hosiery c gate excess of cost of iron and steel in OSullivans employes ltad been badly are equal in size and armament having a with the fleet and the exercisoj Butter i5ioc All td be COST tons Oranges Grapes Bananas Lemons Currants Citron Raisins 1 the displacement of 1 card which the 500 horse- Â¬ which will last from six to eight weeks Chickens 5 752 00 The Baltimore Sun of Thursday ten years to the consumers of the Unit- Â¬ hurt The one of a new setman gave had power and make 3000 winch 1G20C AT COST I about 15 knots per hour will be of the greatest possible value to Eggs ed States above that paid in Great doctor wasdelivered to OSullivan the AT COST At Cost fays The body oi Waller E Hoopes only been and Nuts of all kinds vv near day They carry eaclt 2 S inch guns 6 6 inch 70c before May 3 on which instead of call- Â¬ the officers who cither take part in or wit Â¬ Flour wliiali was found in the Conemaiigh Britain has been says Mr Wells 500 Si 5 Give us a call and see for your- Â¬ Ten barrels of pure stick Candy and 500 lbs of Fire Cracker guns and 250 officers and men The ness them OSullivan Company ing his firm Boys t 5S 5 Corn per barrel river at Johnstown Pa was yesterday 000000 or an average of 66000000 per it was called PTlie OSullivan Ice com- Yorktown has a displacement of Respectfully 1700 402503 self Commodore Wilson says that the United Hay per too lbs do you hear Do you catch on brought to tills city and was taken in annum This shows where the far Â¬ pany First class Flour with tlia finest Oats in sheaf per too lbs tons 2200 horse power and carries 6 40c States has at present four steel cruisers Besides this OSullivan was known to Mewen who w ill mers money goes It shows also where charge by Steward Soda Baking Powder and other requisites Tho largest Mne of fine 12c 6 inch guns It makes however as fast and a steel dispatch v essel in commission Lard Â¬ bury it le day iu the family lot in tlte a great many other peoples money be very ultimate with the men who rent- times as Tallow RIG Chicago The fleet consumes Tlie Baltimore Vesuvius Lamps in town Beautiful Washstand Sets handsome Vages in prothe ed the Carlson cottage Martin Burke Petrel and I sccswux 1520C Friends Cemetery on the Harford goes to their loss and impoverishment and Pat Cooney both M pi protected capitalist is get- Â¬ to tlte Carbons that they of whom stated 100 tones of coal per day To be less in Charleston have ltad their initial trips Feathers fusion Every description of io40 roa The body aJreatfy buried as that while tlte were going to the way tlte fleet steamed up North Riv- Â¬ Meal 5065c MONEY REFUNDEO and may be expected soon to take their Oats per bushel of Mr Hooper win be disinterred and ting richer and richer Baltimore Sun work for OSullivan Not alone this hut 5gg OSullivan subsequently told Mrs Carl- Â¬ er a few miles one morning and on the places in the cruising fleet There arc 21 Orchard Grass TXADE MARjeV furw aided to Johnstown to be disposed i 75 ffiSSSsgk son that he knew her tenants and would way tlie Chicago was run into by a tug EX PR1SIDEXT DAVIS AND GEX GRANT 1S ofly the municipal authorities there be responsible for tlie rent Tlte Wil- Â¬ propelling a fleet of coal barges No con- Â¬ wooden steamers and 7uron steamers still German Millet 1 Timothy Seed 90 useful and serviceable With the comple liams brothers really Burke and Thefefene mistake iu the identifies When General Grant was tiding at Cooney ami OSullivan were constantly siderable damage was done but the Ad Â¬ tion of the vessels now building and ap- Â¬ Clov cr Seed ttoa of lbe body this time as the watclr Lxcludlng TOYS PUESES PIPES o sheaf Mount MacGregor the Boston Globe togetlter With Coughln also tlie ice- miral reflected Maud Muller like upon propriated for tlte Ignited Slate will pos- Â¬ Oatrin found on the body bears Mr Hoojtess Choice blue grass seed mans relations were most intimate a3 what might have been 506s New Orleans correspond sess 10 armored vessjts 13 single turrcted Red top seed St 00 finest brands of Canned and Bottled Goods Oltoico they had been for a long time and it name aud the keys iu the pocket are instructed its The Squadron was ordered to sail at 7 monitors 21 steel cruisers or gun boats 2 Sweet Potatoes ent to interview Jefferson Davis Mr wai OSullivans horse tltat Kunze used 5 those of Mr Hoopess desk in the office brands of OIGAES and TOBACCO Eresh FISH and OYSTERS was not seen personally but n to drive Cougltlin out to the Carlson cot- Â¬ oclock in the morning At an early hour dynamite cruisers a practice cruiser for Irish Potatoes Davis 2S rJO CURBNOTflY of the Johnstown Steel Kail way Com Â¬ few days later peuued the following tage on the night of tlte murder OL7YTS BXOS90AT I the zreaterttooa the editor of The Climax arose at The cadets an armored ram 1 first class tor- Â¬ to womankind Pouiirelv cures alt fonnsef female COjYTE pany of which be was Secretary The ringleader of the conspiracy was letter weakness such Painful Dan Coiighlin a detective attached to Brtholdi and meandering through Mad- pedo boat and 7 iron steamers The work LIVE STOCK MASKET BEPOET ness Lcueorrneau Pruritic Menstruation Barren Â¬ anA ViWJ Onmn By GRKENE A BM11KY Dear Sir Your request on behalf the East Clucago avenue police station ison Square dropped in at tne Hoffman of rebuilding the navy it progressing very XnS STOWES KEAL COXDITIOX- Tumors in their early stages and the lone list of Slock ComrufraJnii Mcrclinnts nt Clncti innumerable find unmentionable sufferings that of a Boston Journal for me to prepare a He hired from Patrick II Dinans livery House to see tlte pictures only that satisfactorily and the results accomplish- Lt lull Unlou Stock Ynrtfs and Covington ffJUct the patient Try it sod you will exclaim as stable the white horse with which Dr block Yards hundredsof others hare Oh Ifeethheadiffertnt The reports which have been sent criticism on Gen Grants military ca- Cronin was driven out to Lake view and and nothing more He then swung round ed during the piut six months are sufficient woman One months treatment sent postpaid to out from Hartford Conn iu regard reer cannot be complied with for the meeting Dinan at the station afterward the comer into 23rd Street and hied him- guaranty of the purpose of the department any part of the United States on receipt of 11 six Cincinnati Ohio Dec 23iSSo Smonths Moneyrefundedifacurcunotcaected First Gen Grant asked him not to speak to Capt Scltaak self away to the wharf to take a Hobgkcn to advance the work with tlte utmost ra Â¬ o Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowea being following reasons SHIPPING CATTLE after stneilr ossernojr directions Address TIC dyirjg second though he invaded about it as he was known to lie an ene Â¬ ferryboat A dense fog prevailed It pidity and of its energy and success in Good to Extra nURCE BUtUL latTlTUTE C3 CcumbU50hio demented Is ludicrous There Is just is my of Cronin and a suspicion of that 4 35 450 enough of the fact to hang a plausible our country witli ruthless it was with sert would hurt him His story was was tlte peer of any London fog that ever the performance of the task The vessels Fair to Good For sale bv Woods Hutchinson Drug4 oo 4 25 story of this Mad upon but nothing open hand and as far as I know he that he had hired tho horse for a friend hung like funeral drapery over the murky already uoder contract and building at Common and Rough 3oo 3 25 gists Richmond Ky 24- Good to Extra Oxen 3 50 3 75 iBKtre Mrs tStowe is seventy sir years abetted neither arson nor pillage and from Michigan Coughlin was a tim- Â¬ Thames The water could not be seen navy yards are progressing favorably an J Fair to Good Oxen 2 73 00 atagpamd like all persons of extreme-- baa since the war I believe shown no ber of Camp 30 of the in the attackand from the boats raiting the sunjvas ob- Â¬ some are rapidly nearing completion Common and Rough 11 2 25 roost active on malignity to Confederates either of the one of tlte that society scured and a human being at arms length ASOETHLY BMW OF I1YISG SMICTS lernpcrament when they Cronin in BUTCHER CATTLE Three important naval bills were In The furniture in the Carlson cottage was simply a dark object Bell and introduced into the United States Senate Good to Extra n age is more or less military or civil service therefore 3 851 4 00 5 By ihe Foremost Wthsrs in Me Wertf 3os 3 75 wn physically and mentally stead of seeking to disturb the quiet of and the trunk and the sachel the frame gongs and whistles and whistles and gongs ten days ago by Senator Hale The first fair to Looo AT THE found in a closing hours I would if it were iu of which was subsequentlybought from and belts rang out shrill and sonorous authorizes tlte President to have construct- Â¬ lixira rat sieeri 3 25a 3 4a WFjesaay that she is demented is to his sewer and identified were rair to Oood btecrs 3 ooto3 25 FORUM bos won tho WghesLpteco y what is not true She is not at all my power contribute to the peace of A H Revell Company by a man named warnings far up and down and across tlie ed by contract eigbt battle ships of y 500 Good to Extra Cows 2- - INT 3NT 2 75S 3 00 C3- reached by any periodical 7- for it pub Â¬ B Simonds and by him it was taken river The pilot belled the engineer to to his body J Fair to Good Cows s 25 2 50 times in possession of her menial bis mind aud comfort of tons displacement 2 armored 10000 WITH A to a flat at 117 Park street occupied by go ahead only to countermand his order lishes ariioks by more aathoritativo 1 501a 2 00 Jefferson Davis power to the extent of being able to coatt defense ycesols 3 gunboats of 800 Common Cows Oxen Burke and Cooney and Kunze and after Â¬ 1 25 1 oo Rough Cows and miters aniby more workers albac instruc Â¬ Handsome Barber -- Shop and write vigorously upon any topic but ward removed by the two former to tho in a few seconds Thirty minutes drag- to zoo tont and 5 first class torpedo Make No Mistake If jou have Carlson cottage through an expressman ged away and we had not gone as many BULLS tivelmosof activity than any other publica Â¬ some of the letters she has written in Discretion is given to the SecreFirst -- Class Barbers made up your mind to buy Hoods Martensen who identified both Cough- Â¬ yards At length a big whistle sounded boats Best Shipping tion It contains eleven studies at great 3 oo 3 25 the last few months Miow a strength Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take lin Cooney Burke and OSullivan were tary of the Navy in the matter of premiBest Bologna 2 35 2 50 subjects every mosUt It k impartial gir not to be despised She delights in any other Hoods Sarsaparilla is a au mem Ders 01 uamp zu 01 wmen Jonn hard by our port fore quarter and an in- Â¬ um to be allowed for sped in execs of Fair Bologna 2 io 2 25 Perfect arIMhcIIoii given lo every inp hearings aKlreifteach sHfe It is finan Â¬ 1 90 2 00 one straiting about the neighborhood when peculiar medicine possessing by vir- Â¬ F Beggs was senior guardian Becgs stant later a smaller whistle scrcaned a contract requirements The Secretary Fair to Good Feeders Special attention given to ladies cially iadopendont and it belongs to no sect x 50 election was the first step in the re Â¬ distress signal almost in our eai s Then 1 65 Common and Thin the weather is fine and she frequents tue of its peculiar combination pro Â¬ moval of Dr Cronin A committee and children Alao to my country may build the vessels at the navy yards In or parly or interest It is never sensa FEEDERS AND STOCKERS cw 1 friends OBZv-Vthe greenhouse of Mr Clements who portion and preparation curative pow Â¬ was appointed in Camp 90 a trial was there was a crash and all was sitent save case he cannot contract fur them at a rea Â¬ tional but it arms always to be instructive Joss Q dJOHLr 3 25 moved my shop over to the 3 50 held CroBin was sentenced to death the croaking signal of our own boat sonable price The second provides the Good Extra Steers I bve lives but a few doers away where she er superior to any other article of the and the sentence was carried out in a Absolutely nothing could be seen Slowly Fair to Good Steers 3 oo 3 15 Holel ami I hope oil nill come to see TtaFoHcvUcf frreatraluotothittartofnircogir9werTlrfthMai wh jntftail peKtfes wl will jtass Itours rXiekiflg at the flowers following rules for the nomenclature of Good lo Extra Heifers 2 25 1 50 current qucsUoos Tiro ecu luo tudtf enough tor OaSi ILfc by ktatftats tnk AimeeBVtmlL kind liefore the people For all affecme Yours very respectfully most dastardly and ghastly manner HART vf Hartttia and fluging but any word will immeÂ¬ tions arising from Impure blood or low Battleships uftcr Slates of Common and Thin StocVers I 75 2 00 On the 8th of November a gang of wc steamed out by piece meals and the naval vessels 20JOEL W MACKEY power cleaners diately bring trer back to in a sewer on whistles and bells and gongs sounded like I coasiderTHK Fount as furaUhlngtl siaoit lntcictot aadmapatrHauiJtooc that uttwoghlfat COWS AND CALVES state of the system it is unequalled Be Evanston avenue found dothing worn by the cannons at Bslaklava to right of us the Union cruisers after the cities un writer am nod to address la 0117 UrA Pt3f AUlAHDtB WtMMfU 9 ttttotnity tfUhMfaa the She is kimply broken down sure to get Hoods armorcd const defense vestcU after rivers Best Grades 40 00845 00 It Dr Cronin when he was called away to lelt of us and in front of us aye even Tbi roncst coattotiM to hoU Its plico at th tmrtntrt f oar mnjnslmn far the Tartar ta ehlWisb to use the accepted term and armored coast defense vessels alter Fair to Good 30 00338 00 TaJue and tbawelgUL or tuccau lbuuofc HW t9iK HUES from home on tlte evening of May 4 toÂ¬ behind us The Squadron was now mov Â¬ important events or names connected with Common ti 00 25 00 le apply to an old persons declining Mrs Lapham an estimable North gether with Ids case of instruments and Best Veal Calves 0 00 There has come forward no problem of grave importance sL e Thb Fomnt was 5 75 yor She Is carefully cared fur by ern lady who has been residing in other articles which he carried with hiai ing majestically down stream unseen yet the history of the United States vessels Fair to Good I will offer at public salSwb Satpk- - established that has not been discussed in its pages by masters of the subject An 5 2511 5 50 valise AY DECKMBERJiSlhjnJpY iter two twin daughter who resided Charleston S C-- several years on Sun Â¬ They were packed in a at thepurchased moving Suddenly unexpectedly to roost for special service to be given names ap Common and Heavy 2 50 nourjenenis of forthcoming articles can soldom be made long m advsaee ter Tas 3 50 by Simonds at Kevells tune the wHh her and her property interests day evening went to church in appar- Â¬ furniture was bought AU were posi Â¬ oCthc Tarry s passengers a brass band propriate to the service The third seeks Fonoas discussions are always of problems of pcesent concern E wysucliproMom HOGS that the year IMKlwiUbringfonvardwiiUw dwettssed whether is poMwec wfispon sent forth tlte Star Spangled Banner in to provide a higher class of seamen in the Select Butchers are ia the hands of her eon the Itev ently good health and occupied her tively identified 3 6o 36 or social science cr practical affairs Tlie Jtuwary number wilt eontskt a reply bv 3 53 CfcarJes E Stowe who is now in Flor Â¬ usual place In St MichaelV all its patriotic brilliancv scarcely a stones navv It fixes the total strength of enlist Fair to Good Packers 3 60 On Estill Hardly OSULLIVAN MAY CONFESS Good to Extra Lights ve ex Speaker J O Caruslb to Senator CuUems reeent aMete or BUftfee TiritT 3 500 3 60 One Acre of O ida far the purpose of disposing of her had the service begun when without a in front of us It was tlte Chica- Â¬ ed men including 1500 apprentices and Light Pigs throw Affeots the Farmer1 Weight or Ills Guilt Vfill Not Permit 3 40A 3 50 meuts The pjffiii5feirJSPvIded Property at Mandarin New York murmur or a struggle the dropped to The gos band The ncres that for half an beys at 9000 SPRING LAMBS Into nice huildiggKp THE rOBUM PUBItlSHTXG COMPA II Im to Steep SD Fifth Are 2T X Tuxme It is safe to predict that the United Extra- the floor and silently paseedavvay 27 23 6 35 650 QjpCAOOfDff aOyr The weight of hour lad been tcnbioned with tear of dire fcgMAN THE CLIMAX - MUREARYS BILLS A NOVEL YACHT LAUNCHED Dy spepsia Attraction DIAMONDS Â¬ The Climax Printing Â¬ BHI Diamonds Â¬ Â¬ u Watches GOLD WATCHES 1 li Â¬ 3 In ill Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla Iley Â¬ CLOCKS D BOOT Â¬ P Armer THE S NAYY Â¬ Fr PM POPES RemodeleD Prize 8300000 Hardware anil Stoves Â¬ Boots Shoes HATS AND Â¬ FURNISHING Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Great SCBiFBGE 0 citbul I 00 lira Biggest Bargains sub-mari- MoiiiJAftuy7ft ML Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ men-of-w- Ladies Shoes To RENT men-of-w- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Infants Shoes In tlte City men-of-w- ar BOYS SHOES Â¬ store-keepe- I Clan-na-Ga- 5J -- Â¬ 53 J 3e J WALLACE Â¬ 2soc Holiday Goods jsTho ANiZ Â¬ ML if 2s9Es2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hi Â¬ f T 2G-2- J TRIBBLE Te Jbrum see ivie Â¬ -- Clan-na-Ga- el - JW Xa - HE 33 O 1 Â¬ Â¬ i r Â¬ FOUSALE Â¬ HOUSE AMbMST flRMsSHpt 1 AvenyfrfggLbout -- Jig 1SMsHsL v ilHL SBBlBHBfl issssW sJemSJMyrlvrfBTir-rrMrsswilTBfiliW- - LsssslsssP8siKTFw3KIi p 3C a wiiimm rksp JJejwHjM i- f iTi- - fr Sfct - S fWJJETi -- j il E i j - CLIMAX DEC a iSSa The Week of Unhersnl Prayer for 1890 The week of united and universal prayer by the Evangelical Alliance for 1S90 will taJ1- I Messrs Thomas and Andy Adams of If you Stiller pricking paias m msv Lexington were here last week ing the eyes or eaBBot bear brfgfct Elijah Walden will have a sale on Sat- Â¬ light and flod your sight wsk ami For Tub Climax failing you sJhmiM promptly ase Dr J urday iSth after which he will move H McLeans StreulbettjitgEyeSarvtr EARLY DAYS IN RICHMOND with his family to Pine Grove Clark 25 cents a box 27 W county The Palaee down oa Fkst street Some of the names of the first business The Baptist Brotherhood have secured keeps choice dry goods LaHes la- men in Richmond Ky in the log cabin the services of Rev J I Wills for tlie vited dajs ensuing year Rev Wills will move to Uotol Glyntlon To day The first dry goods merchants were Richmond The Palace will not be aalurouM If- MENU Thompson Burnam Thomas Howard DIED The medal offered by Judge Chenault DoneJson 1ms a qaeattty af sew mt Curtis Field Robert Caldwell Moses CK OVSTEBS M Gibson aged thirty years died at to the bovs of Runyon Grove Literary kies surries and baggies af the now not Sfcrewjtcrry n IktfStKM Ashby Ezekiel Field Wm McClanahan Society who would produce the best Paint Lick ou Tuesday December 17th and most popular patteras aad at very and Samuel Stone declamation was awarded to Little Grew Sea Turtle an QpeotMe Mrs Mary J Howard died In Lexing Â¬ reasonable figures g The firttnewsnaDer was nublishcd bv riH Johnnie Taylor Nice Christmas gift ton Ky up Friday December 20th Drafted rvtomae Sfa4 an ItarrFferet Testacs John A Grimes The Western Lumin you Bight aad karoos Jolrrrnie 18S0 aged 46 years She was a native edAre a badrestless at Use Dr deTtrrePlamend by cough ary J H Ma of Madiiou county and sister of ex Leans Tar Wine Luug BOKO KINGSTON wM se- Â¬ The first Clerk of the Court David PhttaXpfcia Cantn Saucfc CarHl Messrs Z T Rice Jr and B H Postmaatpr John Taylor She leaves cure you sound sleep and egeat a wcHpbaRa Ham ChamrvajtM Sauce Irvine who won the office by the foss of a 27 M prompt and radical cure Luxon attended the concert gi en by M rs KOAST coin from Wm Rodes his competitor Miss Katie Helm ia visiting Mrs Br her husband John P Howard and Pearce in Winchester Friday night and Turkey Stuffed with ItaKan Chestnut eight children The burial took place On Halite Irvine Street live Brecrc The first lawyers at the bar were Cranberry Saece The B ec O has purchased four hun Â¬ were greatly entertained in the Lexington Cemetery on Stiuduy cistern yard and gardea to real Uaed Sirhxa f Beef au J ut Merino Lamb Mint Sauce Marcbus or Davis Hardin and Jesse Bled- Â¬ dred acres of land in Frederick county The Tail Wags The Dog wr eye k pros on ted in Miss Nannie Tudor is at home for the ENTREES Mr Charles Widney Cobb or Omaha repair Cheap Jin 8 J Ward w soe An Insurance Clerks Good Fortnne Md for a freight yard holidays It is a portrait of one The Messrs Van Meter of Clark had Satan r MaHard Daclc Financier Neb formerly of the Red House neigh- Â¬ 21- Wiggins Ssatl Oyster Patttes a la Mainland The builder of the first Court House was E perb flock Hoe Grant who is employed in the E W Is in our The Queen and Crescent Route will borhood is visiting friends and relatives at 300 fat cattle on the Col C R Estill farm The Belled Buzzard Daguc Sonne au Sarafeartem Tyra Rodes It stood just fifty years Cltarlie Jaeobs meraMaat taMar CAME make the usual Holiday excursion rates midst for your scribe has teen and Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance en by the ladies of the in this county but carried 40 of the best 1 The only tan j ard was owned by Sam- Â¬ between all points on its lines Tickets on this place during the holidays Qua LariMaaa Vatceeten Company held one twentieth of ticket Pants 5550 to 15 SatfefaetiaM gaac- home with them leaving 6s of the tail heard It Ctianeur Miss Mary Hume and Miss Annie Chen- Â¬ ii Thursday night was end as it k termed They said grass Saddle rf Gtcot f Itar a la with Currant Jey uel Logan anteed 17 36 Had Tail Deer sale to day good for return until January the nd the amount of money Mr B STerriH sold 22 cuttou mules 03856of which drew the first capital ault in school at Washington and Miss The first shoe and boot maker was Wm SALAD prize 5300000 in the drawing of The over there was better and the 240 head 3rd Also December 29th to January 1st Maggie Chenault TItere are ma By aeeMeata aad cxrenes was satisfactory in school at George- Â¬ for 100 per head to Joseph Hendricks Salad a hi Rune Celery Dean Louisiana State Lottery Company on eases wbieh atleet Stoek aad eaase se Â¬ graaed through the- - summer and fall 1S90 inclusu e good for return January Cbovcbow Spanba Ohvei ofFIemingaburg town arc at home lor the holidays - The first church built was the Calvinist ten year old eon of would bust the bottom right the loth of October He collected the rious iueouvenieaee aad lose la Ibe far- Â¬ COLD MEATS 5U1 out of the Miss Lizzie Bharpe of Fayette coun money through Adams Express Com mer iu his w ark whteli may be quickly inchetler lost a hand scales They were weighed Misses Ida and Myrticc French Miss Baptit Beef Ham TurUy Lamb tlie other Mr B J Clay has been sued for dam- Â¬ Pate de Fote Gm Strarimurg The first female school was run by John a re discharge of a giant day Lida McKce Miss Rachel Ford and Miss ty is spending Christmas witli the pany Hartford Conn Times No- Â¬ remedied by the use of Dr J H Ma Cafcntine dVInd Afic Jetty and fell below 1600 lbs The Co ages in the sum of 50000 by the Ohio Leans Voleante Oil Liniaaeat 27 39 H Brown a Presbyterian divine and was amputated at tail enders Ellison are home from the Catholic school family of UJ White VEGETABLES vember 18 It were also weighed and made Pataue Dncbct French Feas The first divine services were held in Valley Construction Co now building at Loretta Nelson county for the holi- Â¬ For Rest After January I 90 heme of Helena Mon- Â¬ Mr De Walker the big average of 1620 lbs Sweet Patatees Glace B the R N I Mr Clay has stated day s roit for many years and 4 acres on Lexington pike of a tana is at home with his fathers famRocVy Motmtatn Car Lima Deans the old Court House Use Ilrovrns Iron Bluer The above mentioned farm was handed ildng claims against the liiysiefaiM reeonuneud it TASTRT The first doctors were Alexander Miller that the company is insolvent and the mile from Court House now occupied by Dee is look Â¬ The Richmond Social Club according ily to spend Christmas M Hagaa deceased are down from the old pioneer EstilU and Ifoaae Made Mmcc Pie matter will be parsed upon by the Louis- Â¬ to its custom All dealers keep it 5169 per bottle Genaino Leman Meringue Pie and Anthony Wayne Rollins C H PIGG Mrs Turner 34- established many years ago ing well has Lradtf raart sad crossed red Uses ea wrapper Neapolitan Ice Cream Phk Apple JeHy cc file the same properly nobody knows its producing qualities Spangc Gtace The first President of the Kentucky ville Common Pleas Court gave an extensive and elegant hop at the 9 35 Miises Julia and Virginia Moran better than Col C R c Mrs Sarah J Hagan Advice to Motlitrf CAKES A French and Belgian syndicate is Glyndon last evening Many visitors were Branch Bank was William Williams MrsWcrsLowa SoaTHmSTcphBUttfrxTi will Start to Ctimpville Fin on next be used when cbHren ars eating Steih It n FrwtCaU Spemge Cake White CaVe Xcw Tin Koor Persons who lead a life ot exposure Ceme- Â¬ about to build a railroad from a point on present The first race course was on the Uerei the little saSerr rat oseitrriaaaseatsM Whk Cake Lady CaLe Saturday to spend the winter with are fUbject to rheumatism neuralgia Weddws Cale quiet steep aad Uw bule ffcrbwakaa iia Poand CaLe SaaiHth Bubs the Lower Congo river to the French Dtv liasMWhk yearling The Second Presby tcrian Church ha6 a tery grounds Mrs L dia Clay late of Missouri for- Â¬ their brother Marshal Moran aa a bailee C4tren CaLe it is mj plMiint to tute X and lumbago and will find a valuable Congo possessions with the object of merly J Wilkes to Mr A K sew tin roof the best it has eer had In Â¬ seeUws the chiW softoes the gam oBjatt ui One of the first saddle maker was RichFBOIT Miss Grimes of Fayette county is remedy In Dr McLeans Voicanle regatatea the towel aad it the bet kaawa rMV That is a good price for fact there i probably not a better one in working the copper districts of Ketanga visiting PBRKIXS Bananas Oranges ard Williams Apples Oil Liniment it will banish pain and ferdmrxfcsa vaetber ariaiag Ina tatthiagac her aunt Mrs B F Deatherage Kws Figs Assarted Nuts other casjes Twealy STO Bests a taali j worth every cent of the county subdue inflammation 27 39 The earliest furniture maker was Clay- Â¬ The engineers who will have charge of and uncle Mr George W Ballew It has just been put on by Cheese and Craders She 65 Hatter MdV Sweet Mitk Tea Coffee the construction of the road will shortly will leave to Mr Henry A Whke of Lexington Mrs Elizabeth Cosby is sick but Dr ton Curl Major Lewis Giuter is completing a 47 day for Middlesborough her The first spinning wheels were made by start for Africa Hood thinks she will get well Siek headaelie wind ou the DINNER I Club colored 00 TO 300 wiM give a West Main Street dealer in hardware future home residence In Richmond Va which biilnnsiies nausea are promptly aad Clav ton and John Hern c a native of Richmond and brother of The Arnold condemnation proceedings Foster have started a will cost him 250000 Portwood ncnt in this place agreeably banished by Dr J H Me A Quiet Wedding The first drug store run by S Hatch resulted in a hung jury Eight of the grocery here with good prospects s ing of baN and sapper Mr George W White Sr better known THIN COLUMN The oldest cat in Massachusetts is Leaus Little Liver aad Kidaay PNtetg as OH Printer Samuel Wheritt was the silversmith one of the Climax jury were for damages in the icinity of The aboe headline was suggested by 27 3 25c a vial jt and Kst of nanees print- J B Heathman will move at an early dead It was owned by Col Richmond force and about as last a printer as ever the remarks of half a dozen persons each The first hotel keepers were Samuel 12000 but the other four were up in the The ratsgotintoa cellar ate some po- Â¬ day to the property of C T Samuels of Freetown and was iu its 20th year Charlie Jaeobs marehaat taMar stock a original Allison RobL Miller and a Mr Grugct twenties A proposition from the eight tatoes the lady set a trap and q R j cc as gnaodian of Miss his tradetype Mr Henry White learned of whom doubtless meant to be two caught a on Jolly RiJge 30 worth 40 Iataartatf The first tipling shop was run by John to meet the four at 15000 was not ac- Â¬ with ohn W Gilbert before the to the effect that the marriage of Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor Mo Overcoats at deaf rat Here is the way the little Miss Russie Hayden will have a Christ L T j cc w ill rent pubBeJy for the war cloth iu stoek Call and remoed to Lexington with that and dumb persous by a deaf and dumb II Woods cepted 26 N Second Street Buits 25 to 15 and domestic The case will come up again girl announced the tragedy mas tree at the close of a very successful Ciliott Riehardeon place gentleman Papa 17 38 see him The first batter shops owned by Frede- Â¬ next Monday and will probably occupy He has prospered as many minister at the Methodist church in this 17 23 taters cellar rats mama twap chce school Her patrons and pupils will ugh pike Z Bosh aac- - Madison county people two weeks Mr Arnold is fighting the chee have done in our place last Wednesday would be a quiet rick and Jacob Miller regret her departure G J and If you want to buy a sulky surrey Powell represents Ten of the largest The first tailors were Sampson and Pea- Â¬ case to the last ditch But he is consist- Â¬ growing neighbor town acroso the way wedding a quiet affair a quiet pro- Â¬ buggy or carriage call on Donelson Fire Insurance Companies aad write The Winchester Sun is publishing a pe- Â¬ Bethel church is now complete and cock ent therewith He was opposed to the butchered a Ash yester- ceeding Mills Stores Dwelling Stabtea aad c Kept Busy The first house carpenter Hugh God road from the beginning In fact he is culiar novel supposed to be written by its will be dedicated at an early day It is for he has the latest best and cheapest Live Stock at Lowest Rates Powell thinks would 7 32 The announcement in The Climax of 5- Capt P P Ballard was called to East hundrod pounds In He is editor There is no heroine The hero is a nice building and speaks well for the opposed to railroads in general the noel and interesting performance din and Gruget Physicians prescribe Dr J H X Bernstadt last week to close out at auc- Â¬ The first chair maker and sign painter not merely opposed to this road coming doubtless a Mr Haggard while it is obvi Â¬ Kirksyille architects Messrs Roupe our uncle Joptha Corae- On the dny Everett Allens house was Lenns Tar Wine Lung Balm hi te a crowded house Eleven oclock ous that one B Beckner is the villain Jones tion the personal property of the Black brought 10I winder on his farm but to any other road was the hour named but the hands of the was Henry Cock burned an hnportaut land suit was deÂ¬ they rind tin trace of opium or atorpMa Diamond Coal Co a number of whose The first blacksmith was Caplinger and or to this or any other road going on thereof John the ten year old son of Townsend cided in his favor by the Common Pleas while its efficacy in eunin all throat ar church clock pointed to 1105 before the calendar we have seen stockholders reside here The company 27 St The churches up at Great Falls Mon- Â¬ and Ellen Newby was accidentally shot lung diseases is wonderful anybody elses farm He has therefore Somebody suggested Austin Seward Court then in session at Georgetown couple arrived -macv of Dr David B g81 in10 liquidation with a view to that they had not heard the bell The first wagon maker was Royishter gained friends among the railroad and tana so we see by the Tribune of that and killed near this place on Friday which had been pending for about 15 - Sixth and Germantown re organizing The first nails cut by machinery were construction company men and we are city have weighing socials at which 10 before last Hog killing was in progress years being twice in Court of Appeals The bride Miss Mary F Risk of Union l iMiia The itfeMration cents is charged for weighing the guests and the little 2 callibre rifle belonging to Capt Ballard sold on Saturday the life City by Argo satisfied that there is not one of Remaining unclaimed in the Paet this county and the groom Mr Paris Keutuckian equestrienne on a Ken interest of L E Franck in loo acres of The first toy house was run by Bartee them who do not prefer to see him That 1 oung lawyer from Boonesborough Mr William Hayden was being used Ofliee at Richmond Ky week oniHug Thomas P Dorsey of Fleming county lVed Ladies call at the Palace before buy- Â¬ December 23d 188 land out on the Lancaster turnpike It will bulge the bottom of the machine if John Kelly had the gun in hand and by Getar paid too much rather than too little dam- Â¬ walked down the aisle arm in arm hav Â¬ was bought by T S Bronston for 5to he is not careful Leaman D S accident it was discharged the ball en ing your Fall Dry Goods and save Abell Fannie The first tinner was Jacob Anderson t Geo ages W BaHew de ing been preceded by the minister Prof 15- LewM A small house and lot in EstiH addition Kartells Robert fuaa While in Richmond this week we saw tering the boys abdomen John was a money was on Main The first market house iW farm containing 175 Schcolfield and the interpreter Prof Ar chief officials of the Louisville The Mays Miss Jaiy Ballew Street near the southwest corner of Court New Albany and Chicago and the Louis- Â¬ for the first time in years a spike team bright boy and the whole community Insure your property iu one ofCS Blevln Charles Jay January 25 1S90 was bought by Sam Rice for S372 go both of the Deaf and Dumb college Moppin Miss M Henry On Saturday and Monday Capt Bat one mule and two oxen 7 32 Really Rich- Â¬ mourns his loss and sympathize with Powells Ten Companies ied five miles from town Danville In a most graceful dignified House j ard BroeliiuanMk9S N Meade Hon J H ville Southern arrived here yesterday lard was engaged in selling the personal Brown morning in the General Managers pri- Â¬ mond can begin to put on airs and consid- Â¬ Kelley as well as the parents The first machinists were Lee Miller Georga Clark Emma turnpike and ts a very and impressive manner Prof Schoolfield It Cared frights Disease property of Proprietor W Hart at the performed the Methodist marriage cere who carded wool and spun cotton by Collins MtaMag MeLoagal J P is See ad the morning er she the metropolis of the bluegrass vate car and after spending McMurtry B P EDENT0X Garnett House EfctiH Eagle SPKEDWEir Ky May 4 1SS0 This Dizer Lizzie mony in the sign language while Prof Steam power in vast quantities to meet the inspecting their interests here they left Riehard fHi W D is to certify that 1 had Brights Disease Evan Charley J son of Mr Taylor Rice Yes youve heard of the boy who saw Old Folks Starly MtesMattta Unclc Bob In Twn Argo announced the same to the audience demands 70 years ago at 2 oclock for a trip over the Southern a James Chandler will return home to or something very much like it aHd Elkin R H t j from which had bees v thousand rabbits havent you Smith V P was in very feeble health This was in Habifejtou Bros Uncle Bob Nekon the old time and If Jerome Cardan of Pavia could have The party was composed of Vice Presi Kansas next Monday rtlie corn leaving a per- - werl Our contributor heretofore always ac- Â¬ dent one A Richmond man living in New York the year of 1SS7 looked down through three hundred j ears I used Tonicdozen Halite MattieW Z Stout Lydla V Manager known bus and stage driver was in John B Carson Traffic Thomson was Henry as it wora of the heavy W J Wylie has returned home bottles of Smiths Kidney and Hodges Jin town last week and dropped in to pay hk of future and behold the perfect rendi- Â¬ curate is mistaken we are sorry to say W H McDoel General Superintendent was walking along a street suddenly he Tiiorosoe SaIHa Jeir r Yd down npon him from a short visit to friends in Lexing- Â¬ I am now in better health than I have Huns Joe and Walker MaMte subscription He said that payment tion of that ceremony he would have felt in his statement above concerning the W R Woodard Division Superintend- Â¬ observed several hundred people in animat- ton beeu for years npt relief of several men Jackson Thomas White Rev G A James M Hbndren squared him with everybody in town compensated for the grand effort he made first newspaper which he says was the ent James D Carson General Freight ed conversation in and about a hotel It jIJ have lost his life Williams Alfeefdte Â¬ James Chandler of Clear Water Sold by W G White Prescription Kelly Bettle and he was in good spirits or the good in support of his theory that deaf and Western Luminary The first paper pub Agent R M Arnold General Passenger was evidently a party or re union of some WilliamsMKa Pf2 Lamb Zaek 40 eow is visiting his father at this Druggist Richmond Ky lished in Richmond was the Globe Regis- Â¬ Agent James Barker and Master of kind But to his amazement he could not Kan spirits were in hint we didnt quite un dumb people could be cdncated De Hoy Killed Post Office hours from 6 a x ta 7 1 Editor Climax H Adams The hear a word He was alarmed called a place registered leUar Transportation W - oid son of Towntcnd derstand which Uncle Bob says he is lEpee and Gallaudet would have been ter begun in 1809 Hon Henry W Billiard of Georgia M Money orderA ami to it p hours prompt 7 Harvey Wylie of Boone county is x x Southern is the especial pride of Vice policeman and asked him to signal a carri Â¬ one of the few men in Madkon county ptoud to have been there The ceremony J bv accident near Per- who was at one time the Amerieau His Master Sold Why whats the expected to move baok to his home at J B WILLIS P X who voted for James K Polk for Presi ended the groom saluted the bride with a President and General Manager Carson age and take him home nek See Perkins Hems minister to Brazil is of the opinion A little while ago a colored man from and he is determined to make it one of matter inquired the cop Oh Im par this place in a few day dent He says he has never failed to well directed kiss and the party filed out that no eflort will be made to alyzed or something I can hear your voice Dan- Â¬ an adjoining county came over into this the best short roads in the country M VfJialss Ta Daj He vote the straight Democratic ticket and of church Prof Morris Long of The Smith boys are hauling lumber the empire He says the Republic county his former home and met many will go over the main line to Burgin and but I cant hear a word those several hun Â¬ this week to build on their laud they tf T Patterson proorieter of the expects to vote for C let eland in n2 and ville Mr King and wife of Lexington came sooner than he expected Dom old friends To one he related a remark- Â¬ over the Lexington extension and if any dred people in the hotel are saying re Â¬ bought from Eliaha Warner II tel this place win set a will bet a stage and six horses or hk and Other prominent deaf and dumb Pedro was so popular he thought the able episode of the days befo the wah No I guess v betterments can be suggested by the gen- Â¬ sponded the Richmond man n- dinner to day He k Gurney and gray horse against Billy people w ere present People at this plsce are very uneasy people were willing for him to- reign I hereby warn all persons agaiaet He said that he was as tough a mulatto tlemen of the party they will be made at not said the cop they are deaf and of Mr Wm Prof Argo is a 3 an comfortable hotel and Devores house snake pants that he will about their meat the weather has been during bis life but he has believed for huuting riding over or otberwfca tres Â¬ as the county ever produced and his young once Courier Journal dumb Chenault formerly of Richmond miles fraaa be elected oin so warm since they killed their hogf years that his death would terminate passing unou my lands 9 Tales Creek Rev Morris Evans pronounced the master resolved to send him down the Richmond on the watersnf Col Bennett H Young who built the Rev Louis Wright has returned the empire V hire Are The Tarkoj s Downed Us by 50 Per Cent- river as the slave owners used to express Hereafter the law Malison county benediction RELIGIOUS Louisville Southern railroad expressed from Beatty ville and will have a few will be enforced it One day the j oung master told him rnan Park who Three weeks ago we announced that Brenof LiaUOIi LlABlT In all himself to a gentleman of this place last L O SHEARER It days meeting at the Wylie School DRUNKEXXESS to have the carriage and horses ready and llcaty Cattle Trade 2Rev R M Dudley President of ler of years been porehas- - Dr J V Harris of Union City had the World there is bat One Care week as being anxious to build a branch house would depart early the next morning Mr J W Bales the widely known cat they i county roport ten cases of typhoid fever in the family of Dr Haines Golikn Specific nere to sneiDyviiie to connect Georgetown College will preach in Waco Knoxville James Slater our mail carrier found The oung master had re- Â¬ road lrom - I himikss here this treason Buck Turpin near that place By the tie dealer has closed his shipments for the for It can bo Riven In a cup of tea or coffee with the Southern and said that he would Baptist church Sunday at 11 oclock dollars aud fifty cents belong- Â¬ without the knowledge of the person taking HOIICE TO CREDITORS ceived information that a certain slate fifteen J 2 VH4 netting sSrt lbs way eight of them are convalescent and cac 18S0 and they exhibit weighty figThe children of tlie Episcopal Church build the road if New Castle would ren- Â¬ It etlecling a speedy and permanent cure r j 10 lbs net ures in numbers pounds and money In buyer from tlie cotton fields would visit der the assistance she ought to give The had a Christmas tree last evening and all ing to Mrs Tom Curtis of Silver whether the pa tfent is a moderate drinker or We have none of the o there have died au alcoholic wreck Thousands ot drunkards time in city mentioned at a certain Creek o sny other extensive have been cared who have taken the UoMeu Bat here Is a special from Rushrille Madison county Mr Bales bought and the Southern though a new road has become were made happy AH persons holding claims aealaet their Bros of quest of likely negro men Woodson Long went to Nioholas- - Specific Into daycoffee without their knowl Â¬ the estate of R M Hogan deaeaeed ceo inty thk Ind to the Enquirer A most distress shipped for Messrs Lehman in the State edge and ihtutc they quit drinking of one of the roost important The children of the Christian Church villc The early dawn found the young farmer e last Monday and on 111 return their own free will No harmful eBect re- Â¬ are notified to tile the same with ing case of affliction is reported from Baltimore 3546 cattle that averaged l6oo enterprising management is rapid- Â¬ had an extensive Christmas tree last even- Â¬ Cures guaran Â¬ verified according to law ou or befota Ine Horse Item sults from its administration and his valuable human property speeding and its Marys Station this county In the family pounds and brought the princely sum of feeders in all directions ing and none went away empty handed home a hone kicked him on the leg teed Send for circular and f nil particulars ly extending its March 1 1S00 or the same will ba nd page of the second part Address In confidence Goldex Specific Co away over the smooth road South and broke It He is doing well late Albert Rhodes who has just 180148 which went into the pockets of constantly increasing its impor- Â¬ 8ARAH J HOQAN barred ii i isoiiaceatiinciiinau u Rev W J Holtzclaw of the Baptist t mx double number to day of theof typhoid fever Of thirteen chil- Madison county farmers After they had gone a little way and thus SS 2 James Stotts has sold his crop of died Silver Creek Ky tance A connection with that road would Church has started a i ijr Horse Column It lias dren only one was able to attend the Mr Bales is certainly a benefactor He Rich for that was the cognomen by monthly tobacco nt five dollars and a half per Exposure to rough weather getting of itself be of ery great advantage and paper at Springfield in the interest but that k an unuouaWy of his hundred for the best and two dollars wet living in damp localities are fa- Â¬ deals squarely and pays promptly The which the likely boy was known inquir- Â¬ vorable to the contraction of diseases of g nearly two ootamns Its funeral of the father all the others being Lehmans alwaj s buy the best cattle and ed of his master if he was going to Knox benefit to New Castle and would almost church It is a clean readable sheet and 1M aud n half for the next grade He the kidneys and bladder As a pre- Â¬ confined to their beds by the same disease become the nucleus far a trnnk ought to find and m Breeding and eon ville to put into execution a threat he had certainly numerous readers pay the highest prices They are exporters thinks he has lost money by selling so ventive and for the cure of all kidThe mother Indiana through the the terrible ney and liver trouble use that valuable fimded pedigrees the bct- - malady and succumbed toone day last This evening at 6 oclock her Royal often heard him make to sell him to a line from Madison being surveyed from Rev Dr Hamilton for some time pastor soon was buried road is now remedy Dr J H McLeans Liver and cotton planter The master told him it Stale A 111 the arguments used The week of the Second Presbyterian Church and Highness the Queen H R Hs the 1 per bottle to Cnarlcston S C New 27 39 Kidney Balm Rich became much af Chicago written and of general m- who with his wife went on a visit to Vir Â¬ and Princess of Wales and many was his mission Prince BORN in the direct Tine between fected by the announcement and shed Castle is almost ginia the latter part of the summer or fall As Executors of George W Baltew The Fat Stock Show more of the royalty together with hunthe two cities and with that much road Dainties of the Primeval Iabo deeM we will on To the wife of Mr T B Ayres ou The Chicago Breeders Gazette the finest dreds of the nobilityr w ill dine bountifully tears He recalled the happy hours of already built would have a good chance has decided to remain in that State and Tib ilyndoa To day Snakes lizards grasshoppers tree and dwelt upon the pa- Â¬ the church is now without a pastor December 22 1SS9 a daughter pabH cation of the kind in America publish Â¬ upon choice porter house steaks from their boyhood grubs tho Inrvjo of beetles brush tur Â¬ Saturday January 25th 1890 lire as printed at this oftce thetic in general The 3 oung masters to induce the promoters of that scheme to In Suwannee county Fla recently a ed in its issue of the i8tb excelkat portraits Madison county That is working off beef keys eggs wild honoy In fact the On the premises 5 ralle south east of run theirroad by this place New Castle re m these cotumos for dB-- -l MATRIMONIAL scrub is full of food when you know how Richmond near the Rlehmaad aad of the tbreetyadgesa t the Fat Stock show whb along way from Foxtown but it is all the Tieart wafctouched out his resolve was Local minister of one denomination was con- Â¬ a Hoiel Glyftdeats both ex unshaken to get it The best part of a snako is the Big HH1 pike sell publicly to tha high Â¬ verted through the preaching of a minister dtdyeoraan service They arc CoL Thos better for the cattle men - - 1 r aborate Jt craVracqs every Night came on as it always did when Mr Frank HJackson of Winches- Â¬ liver which is over a foot long in the est bidder tlie farm of Dont Fool The best averagemade was for 37 head S Moberley John Gosling and John C of a different denomination and all the -ter and Miss Florence Prewitt daugh- Â¬ big snakes By tho way tho natives travelers by the Old Wilderness Road Lis and tegejabjes that the The Gazette says It affords fed by Geo W Herd Esq 1878 450 got well into the mountains A jug of Away precious time and money and members of the converted ministers ter of Mr Allen Prewitt of Montgom- Â¬ never cat food that is not cooked A J foreign markets afiord real Iahodea Douglass fed near 200 Messrs Parrish as much pleasure to present herewith por Â¬ trifle with your health experimenting church changed their faith and followed ery county c oj ster black taH deer wild fine old Bourbon steadied their nerves and were married 011 last Yed snakes liver is decidedly good and has a traits of the three men who worked through head 92 of which averaged 1815 4 5 uncertain medicines when Dr their old shepherd gamcy flavor Lizards flesh Is like The home place of the aforesaid Bal Â¬ turkeys quark bear shad brought balmy sleep to the restoration of with uesday December 18th the varHMts classes at the late Fat Stock and pronounced by Mr Bales to be the chicken Tho beetle larva are popped lew Good dwelling house good outÂ¬ Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is Rev J Lapsley McKee of Danville tv letmce string beans and many Show The Montgomery Ala Daily Ad- Â¬ into tho firo and eaten with wild honey buildings two orchards well fenced finest and neatest lot of cattle ever fed in their strained energies its curative Ir dalies that must be tastod to be ap- - out She allotting the ribbons which blocked Madison county Mr Wm Arnold 67 Next morning they were up with- the so positively certain inmanufacturersac- and his son J L McKee Jr will conduct vertiser of the 10th Inst says Dr they taste like an omelette Grasshop Â¬ good water about 60 acres to go inÂ¬ wort for the subsequent sweepstakes in services in the Second Presbyterian as to warrant its cuaea corn Ten acres now lu wheat ballark and all day they talked about the tion jattgiag and it is not saying two much to head of extra cattle averaged 1780 450 guaranteeing it to cure diseases of the church this place beginning Sunday Orville A Kennedy of Louiavijle pers grilled are also capital eating with ance in grass Â¬ FREE LtKCII TO DAY endless separation soon to follow pausing a nice nutty flavor Greenland Explor Terms liberal and made known on better average results were never Col O H Chenault 100 had 1730 lbs blood skin and ccalp and all scrofu- Â¬ 29th at ti oclock Will be here at least Ky and Miu Eugenia Ferrell of ers Diary The Gjndon Hotel bar wftTseade- - assert that occasionally to admire the rugged scenery day of sale If not sold will be reulad 50 T D Chenault 120 head aversusMcved at this show than followed the ex- afflictions or money paid for It two weeks Dr McKee is a well known Montgomery were married at the First pg - free lunch from n a rrt trf je and take a drink The rabbit hunts by lous Sale at I oclock m aarrottiens of this committee Col Mob age 1666 450 pronounced by compe- Â¬ It be refunded and popular minister and will have full Baptist Church at 830 oclock last Many G W BALLBW day day the coon hunts by night the romps will Oysters and soups fa Ate dfiov night The church was filled with a Are broken down fromPersons or fcotseold overwork the breeding interest and tent judges to be extra fine and well fatted efley representing 28 32 B F DEATHERAGE 500 Reward ollered for an incurable houses tlie fights they had had the flogging they l sjles will be served A rarialy large concourse of people friends and eares Browns Iron Bitters Mr Gotltoethe freedin interest award- - kThese were among the heaviest lots and had caught from the old man were all case of Catarrli by the proprietors of Instead of having the usual Christmas admirers of the young couple who suui- - salade rebuilds tho system aids d IgesUon rexnoTes ex had A jHag Ibe prizes where they were able to agree were csed by Lehmans for exportation to Dr Sages Remedy 60 cents by drug tree the scholars of the Baptist Sunday- - gathered to wiluess the solemn and cess of bile and cures malaria GettheEenolne lived over again Ptrc j nj fru1 VMUMT S ntiU wttu Mr Imuoden a butcher serving as Glasgow Liverpool and London for holi school of Richmond will assemble at the 1 beautiful ceremony IL Another night and another day and gist Rev Dr M B The Palace carries the largest assort- Â¬ day cattle Mr Lehman after inspecting The Old IJojs in a referee church on Wednesday evenimr at 7 But the raid on Reckless Mood unusual- their journey had ended Thomas Parker one of the oldest oclock and bring offerings in money Wliarton pastor of ths church offici- Â¬ ment of handsome dress goods in towu the above lots pronounced them a purty citizens of Washington died on Thurs Â¬ 15- e w hile ago not more ttsaR line Farm Jlonglit ated and spoke the words that made ly good and very satisfactory The feeders the big jug had not They hit it MADISON CIRCUIT COURT wc chronicled tlie marriaec H and graziers of Madison county appreciate lively that last night on earth together day aged S3 years He was a native of clothing or provisions for the Orphans them man and wife In his usually Rice and Mr II Ir Tajler Fancy dress goods at the Palace in Taiton Newrvs Trustee Bl I p rtbatan Shearer in his Sind forever and evermore They were com- Â¬ Prince Georges county Md- - and in his Home at Louisville The children not- Â¬ graceful and impressive manner GoiHer have bought of Miss Mat the liberality displayed by Messrs Leh Â¬ vs 15- every color withstanding their disappointment in not Mis Goodrich The uahera were as follows Talton Newrys Hrs creditors tie Bstrll of Clarlc and Col Robert man Bro and the promptness with fortably full long before midnight At youth was one of the patriots who drew having Christmas a tree readily voted to L r 2 iv r -- n vr least tlie young master was full of old General Lafayettes carriage through ttj Estill gf Missouri the Col C R Estill which they meet their engagements having claims apainst All WB Davidson C L Ruth WT Rich- Â¬ Talton persons deod are repaired t John G Newby liquor and the slave was full of pre- the streets of the city He was long iu make this offering instead We hope to Chandler W F Vandiver h and Rebecca Ellen Lakes farm 1x miles from Richmond on the carries im- Â¬ produce said claims Tiefere Bae verified mond Ky have a large number present God loveth tense He bad dropped upon a scheme upon them tel ret the bonds SpeedwoU turnpike There arejsbout 400 Change of Place The attendants were as follows the grocery business here but retired P mense stocks of Salt Lime according to law on or before February n With dawn Rich was up moving about many years Bjnce His only daughter a cheerful giyer Misses Lottie Ferrell and Aonle BURNAM Having sold my hotel on lower Main acres and the price paid was 10000 or 1st I860 v The Rev Theodore Pryor D D fur- Â¬ Pea 1 son flower girls K-- r M C CA re pleased to annoanoe the fjOanscre which is certainly a bargain Cement and 27 J2 the Street next to Foxs livery stable I shall the city A sha e clean clothes a cigar married Governor U P Johnson of Fifty years ago vr Thomas Jeeon Reofro The so is excellent the improvements ltereafter dovote my whole time to ray St a cane and many extras were added Fi- Â¬ Missouri He will be buried tomorrow nishes the following Mr F Browderand Mias Hale Machinery and Im- Â¬ -John H Rice of Richmond Va went ana Sally A Warner agod ralr and the entire farm Is easy of culti- Â¬ Nicholas Hotel on upper Main Street nally he sought the slave buyer and in Â¬ from the E Street Baptist Church Mr R H Polk and Miss offutt plements Sulkies Gear and ro WTrii Atw of Madi- Â¬ Baltimore tin North to beg aid for Hampden Sidner Mr MCody and Miss Marbury vation Good water and timber and in The house is centrally located and I am troducing himself as Mr College In Philadelphia a poor washerwood and pleasant to see these a good neighborhood Mr Fred S Ball aud Mrs D Mont Â¬ the best line of Groceries in This is a part of determined to giyc first class accommoda son county Ky stated that he was in the WASTED the city w ith the splendid young nigger ot to him man-said I and my children gomery k is such a rosy view of lire so the fine old Estill estate that descended tions in every particular clean beds and ubm otya 41- live from day today from my labor After w m the deaHfte of their years from Capt James Estill the hero of Little a good table Thanking the public for its which he had written him and was now Mr J A Beall and Miss Vandiver Local and travelling salesmen to sell hearing yonr appeal for the college yester Â¬ I V c at their age sit resignedly Moberleys Cow Food Mr T W- - Kennedy and Miss Amer Mountain It has been tested in every liberal patronage I hope fa4 a continuance ready for a trade The boy was described ATM MWWW in globing terms and thepricc fixed at Lubricating Olio Apply for terms to day X went home and fasted and now I lue J the summons from the way that the farmer and stock raisers of the same R A Patterson wit Prepared especially for milk cows to HunL n Si 500 which the trader said ha would The Dieterlchs OirCo Cleveland Ohio bring ypu for the college the amount I AiiHMninMaiiwn Tian w an Jong white benrd and a needs required and has demonstrated its W vamm- rMr and Mrs A L Dowdell of Ope increase yield of Milk and Buiter ttfjy Respectfully saved by the fasting Dr Rice said that Htsa t Not so with the subtests we are excel eat Qualities for producing gram of Sansaparllla cures catarrh by give provided the description was accu- Â¬ Hoods Prices reasonable delivered any place TnsDiETEiucnsOitjCo 23 29 I 1W was the greatest contribution of all the Mr aud Mra J p Stratford Jr short expelling Impurities Irom the blood rate So they proceeded to the tavern and g rase up hscm all kinds Ifljjfflfiflff frftrr In towu Will also grind earn on cob iiiinHc xney Br and march onward in the good horn TJjflffiSaWsMft Heroemuer the Palace Dry Goods great gifts he raised during that trip complaint into a little back room where the young Tlie floral decorations Were taSfyaad for the pubtV Grinding tlay Saturday Rnd everything else wblcli is the cause of the Case iaMrwnttlIMM VfMHnprrivv 15 Bhhep IIurstrWho h visited the coa- - aud beautiful couskHiuf ta arch of grown jHhPwBb 3xtn v 23 Give It a trial T-- S MQB8RLHY It master was found snoring away on a pallet House AW W Â¬ -i -- begin on January 5 and end on the I2th These are the topics suggested by the Svarerwarn trespassers See Evangelical Alliance for the United States Sunday January 5 sermons on mm o The Church of Christ Monday Conr jjj at ine uwnwimu fession and Supplication Tuesday fliet buH- ro- - J JNations and Their Rulers Wednes Â¬ have the largest MitcheH day The Young Thursday The ccCiiou ever door sign m Church at Home Friday The Church Abroad Saturday Thanksgiving n - 11V Kllllluir SI Sunday sermons on the Future Glory t al tt story residence oo rrtth The Hon Mr Anltz A week or ten days ago Dr A E mx appears on Christmas Aultz wh located in Richmond about but will not do so again Jour months ago for the practice of his profession returned to Charleston W to occupy his eat s closing out his stock Va his former home ncr of Main street and in the State Legislature the annual ses Â¬ sion at that time convening for its winters work Jast hew long the Doctor means iiiLcrt was postponed as to remain we are not informed but we iauld not be had at the presume that he will return so soon as he has past a few bills regulating the Hat BMfc fields and McCoys Governor Wilton and x the UdjeseJ hi r ted to about 6qllteT a few other obstreperous individuals for some time prominent in the Stale about 20 j - a sound copy of the Decline In Hogs 1 cc debates Mr James Not more than seventy cars of hogs a liberal price for same have been shipped from the Richmond Rice hare seM to depot the past throe month against more than twice that many for the same period k of Clari county seven afTa l yar Silver Creek has fatten far rb at 4 oentc perpaaad behind kt previoas record Taking the has huag a fine photo- - county over the shipments have fallen oC rt Light If alt Reading this reason at least fifty per cent from lat G1y- office of Hotel year in fact we should say from the tuual shipments There are two reasons t tswoJd sheee belonging for thk decline First cholera has taken off a large number of hogs I were were bitten ay dog Second the week and several have price is so low in the Cincinnati market and corn being cheap many hogs are Jos held back for the January maiket i of a cheep upon which t- SESDAY Â¬ i - jr j Incprporate Tho Columbia Railway and Navigation Company A measure of gigantic scope was introduced in the Lower House ot the Vir Â¬ ginia Legislature Thursday It was a bill o incorporatBnlic Columbia Railway and Navigation Company Among the incorporators are H C Parsons and intimate friend and syndicate partner of James G Blaine S M Letch- Â¬ er Dennis Shanahan Edward McMahon J J Montague Ashton Starke V D Greener J Ed Hotchkiss Park Agnew Francis A Reed D S Burwell Cyrus McCormack J P Whitney Gen Nathan Goff S C Sargent F L Olmstead and Chaunccy Ives The bill provides that the company shall have the power to build railroads and steamships occupy and operate whanes canals ship yards docks basins elevators transfers lighters steam tugs mills and furnaces and to own and operate mines It sliall also have the right to acquire and hold the stocks and bonds of any company chartered by any of the Republics of South America etc The capital stock of the company k to be not less than 1000000 nor more than ioojoooooo The principal office is to be located in Richmond Thk is under- Â¬ stood to be a great Pan American enter- Â¬ prise A Bill Â¬ to AJ Acquitted Some months ago a man in Chatta nooga had some dental work done which prov cd so unsatisfactory that he sued the operator for damages and recovered juJgment Among the expert witnesses was Mr Alexander Comelison Jr a native of this county a practicing dentist in Chattanooga In the course of examina Â¬ tion Mr Comelison was asked what school he attended and stated that it was located in St Louis After the trial Mr Comelison was arrested on a warrant charging him with false swearing claim that he had not been in the school men- Â¬ tioned which warrant was sworn out by the defeated dentist The case was called on last Thursday and both sides answered ready When the State had introduced its testimony the Judge dismissed the case The proceedings were no doubt insti Â¬ gated through spite and ended in the defeat of the instigator Mr Cornelisons numerous relatives and friends will be glad to hear of his honorable discharge beside the bed where Rich had taken th precaution to tumble him before goir PERSONAL Miss Rella F Harber is visiting Mits Jessie Williams in Cynthiana Congressman McCreary will arrive from Washington to morrow Miss Rosa Justice of Winchester is visiting Miss Katie Fox Dr T J Taylor is home again after an absence of several weeks Mr Dan M Chenault attorney at law this place is in Nashville Tenn on bus Â¬ iness Miss Nannie Boggs who has been visit Â¬ ing relatives in London Ky has returned home Miss Mary Hume delightfully enter- Â¬ tained a party of her friends Monday evening Miss Sallie Ellis one of the teachers in the D Si D Institute Danville is home for Christmas Misses Minnie and My rue Tipton Speedwell arc at home from school for the holidays Mr Robert Hughes McCreary and Mr Richard White Miller are at home from Yale for Christmas Mr and Mrs D A Shanahan are spending the holidays with Mrs Shana hans parents in Louisuille Mr Ellison Gilmore of Tennille Ga who is attending school at Lexington is visiting relatives in this place Mr S D Parrish and wife returned from Pineville last week after a consider- Â¬ able visit in that growing town Misses Lida and Katie Locknane of Winchester came over Saturday to visit tlie family of Mr H C Broaddus out His beard of several days growth dusty and soiled appearance unkempt hair and general appearance was anything but attractive Fifteen hundred P gruffly remarked the old dealer as he glanced at the pitiful looking object Fifteen hundred dollars for that d d thing I wouldnt give you a cent more than half that much and walked out on the street It is useless to say that they didnt gettheirprices near enough together for a trade About noon the young master awoke not feeling the best in the world He was compelled to borrow a shoe horn to put on his hat and there was a mighty bad taste in his mouth to say nothing of con- Â¬ siderable red in his ej e and a feeling of a sort of goneness in general about his stomach Rich told him that he had been out to see the buyer and the old fellow wanted to know the price as all depended on that the least hed take was the ques- Â¬ tion and to be in a hurry as hethebujer had made about all the purchases he want- Â¬ ed and was ready to leave town The young master called for paper and envel ope and wrote as follows Dear Sir Vou have seen the boy My lowest price is 1200 He is worth every cent of it The note was duly con- Â¬ veyed and was soon returned with an an Â¬ swer on the back saying we cant trade The following day the w ell rested horses the happy mulatto and a disappointed white man might have been seen wend- Â¬ ing their solitary way through the woods towards Kentucky feiences in India and other mission lands said he did not believe a single cent of tlie millions contributed for Methodist mis Â¬ sions has been lost One million two hun- Â¬ dred thousand dollars was appropriated for missions this year Baltimore ConferÂ¬ ence gave 30000 There are three con- Â¬ ferences in India At one service said the BUhop testimonies were given in twelve different languages The Bishop in speak- Â¬ ing of the great services to the Catholic Church of the Jesuits as missionaries said The Jesuit girdled the globe by his enterprise and his zeal A cyclone at Pineville Sunday dam Â¬ aged the town 40000 including Par rfoh Bros warehouse and Hoskins three story house The latter Is a cous- Â¬ in of Dr Gibson A stabln iu thirty eight feet of Tom Sumuela house was blown down UNION CITY W S Parkess school closed Friday evergreens and flowers and suspended from that were the letters K and F In the center was a minature ship witb sails unfurled ready for the happy pair to embark upon the sea of matrimony Tlie designs were both unique and po- Â¬ etical The rostrum was leautifully ilecoralpd with flowers ami ferns with fairy lamps twinkling here and there among the flowers A pair of band some silver candelabra with d candles lent their flame to the beauty of the scene The groom is a son of Mr T 8 Ken- Â¬ nedy a retired merchant of LouNvllle He is the professor of chemltry at Cen Â¬ tral University Richmond Ky The bride Is a daughter of Capt C B Ferrell and one of the loveliest of Montgomerys lovely daughters They will remain at the residence of the brides parents In this city until Sun Â¬ day night when they will leave for Louisville They will remain in Lou- Â¬ isville until January 1 and then go to their future home in Richmond Ky A delightful reception was tendered the bridal party from 9 to 12 oclock last night at the residence of the brides parents Captain and Mr C B Fer- Â¬ rell on Sayre street and a brilliant company gathered during the evening to congratulate the happy couple Tlie bridal presents were numerous and elegant rose-colore- Children will freely take Dr J H andTar Wine Laog Balm an like cough synips it eeatatns no opium will 8O0tlie anil liel any disease ot the throat or lungs quteker tbaa any oilier 27 38 remedy McLrf Road horses trotters a ad rwuners shod in any manner deelred I have just received an extra lot of Hr year old second growth timber fer rspalrtofc all kinds of wagons All work guar Â¬ anteed at the very lowest prlee Shop baok of Brookss drug store Reepeet fully 8febly 8 L MIDKHfF fe t bottle When nature falters and requires help recruit her enfeebled eaergieti with Dr J H Meleana Stfgih ing Cordial and Blood PurMer t per 27 38 atMl AeeMest Iew-7- Fire lurnudu ance written by Powell Ladles oall nt the Pafctee awl exam Â¬ ine their elegant s4ek of drooj gfoifci IS- anil notions I w Balk 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nsimiA v -- JH 1 r- -- r -- LETTERS v- - -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- POSTED son-in-la- 1 Â¬ 1 ytr Â¬ Â¬ FUH FOE St UUi 1 Â¬ K -- 175 ACRES Â¬ ati Â¬ Vi Ji - 3 Br id 9njtu iii b tjt Mice to Cmiors Â¬ T aj nnnr Â¬ Taylor Hair Farm best JR 4 1 Â¬ market ifallBt tliewrtarlli mmA Sife H ji ETCWal ssssjsss rrvnl -- ifeM2flUir Air JiliS jrs7Tivi- Wj i - -- r If liCii -- ynmwap0 ITollbncy llsitirel cl Esspoasttjlo Parties to Conneacs Treatment FRE THE GOLDEN LAND J R LARZELERE M D Of Jiaersaa MeJtcal College Philadelphia Pa the Celebrated Examining Physician of The France Medical xxd Surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request of maar friea5 and patients lias decided to visit v RICHMOND TUESDAY DEC 17 I889 Consultation and Examination Free and Strictly Confidential ftt the Private Parlor of HOTEL GLYXDOK one day onlr Tlie France Medical and Surgical Institute of Columbus 01ikis the only Medical Institute in the State Incorporated with a Capital of 30000000 rn WE u Iren port diet elit tion luiu V Ioi au 17 C Will i tile Ills We Lt Ve lllUI 1K LlO caw r t -- a T I IT rivcc 3s Y1 JI FRA2CCE MEDICAL AXD SURGICAL INSTITUTE x4376rstoMKLfinkirsateBMsctiiQiiu1G of New York the well kaowa aad eoccessf al Specialist in Chronic Dieeas ami IR THmemct the Kye and Ear on account of hid lrje practice ia Obtohas etablihei the rZ127CS rSHCiL WJViX where all Jorra of Ckric Kermi ill lYinU Sbeises t21 ta rEcsfcS trciUi a ittMl byajullconwof eminent rhyeiciatiamlurtreons ti xa Jattaifis jriicipltt Hei5alil CA yCSHpS iir if rural trtttout patnor tueofthe kife hyanrwan I never failing inethotf HIiS IR- - France after year of expeneiHM has discovered TV lMlOITJLST the neatest cure known for all dieaes peculiar to the eex Female diseases io i lively ured ay hh aew and nerer failuur renied Oiiire ZJosom The cure ia effected lv home trrnt Bfteat Entirely harmless and eaMl applied CtHSZL LZ1ZX TZZZ ZD ZZZIZZL7 tZKZTZirU Wc wW raarmiitee ft nrtrrt vemkoeaa OOmtKG OF PXUSS trt M0fi4tUnr eare OF JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE PHILADELPHIA THE CELEBRATED EXAMINING PnT6ICIAN OF THE fFgS VrlAT rfiL ISZEP PA 300oea tesmMift am J li teftllsaea and ft fccftHaj rcbKUia f tbc jtniw- TMTJTO MKK WW Wre kMM wininc trf Mtttr Tier t NMn4M gra 4MTavtia abt wMch imiflr HJttW vd aMafJirly Watri fjiMf l talaaaaK mBku oil witt tdwtit expert feu After 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iperiaUete Ia tnatawat af a1raM peeliar to feauleiiaar eaeeeet ku been btiktdtrr fwatfce TO XIDOLS AOSD MEK TWw ve yattea beiac U4ie aid yava icariied Mpf aVktfM vWHrTMr4 Will fr itrnt nKUMMtf tB - Iwa tatrda af ar pour Oar Bkctksd te eaairaty free fram aayec aiftclc rick aad bwraia riMic r MMhv fM niiiMyiBti 1 Laernl iMMite ftaiarea af ta general fraetittaacr namely ike inM iiaarf toe urauaL We aeateoi flad R Beeeary We irrcare reete 4r eaaitXaiaiail ikeaualtea as tk cam dtjnmdi mod ilutraH fj brfMMB4ft4 rtimm mmU tinict f kAm- - Udiea ka to mat aad lara mt r ow mw wtu be ft Ma fr Mmaft Me m r WMf ar tanxA aaarmae TW k SFILEF37 OK FITS FoakiTelj cared ty a new aoi never Uiiw meikal a dit af Ibm iSMaHT loirot at ta euwc vhtea U wtU ir rn lf cae ur kM t nr nac l at wt yoi art na PRKB SXAMISATIOK OF THE DKINE Each pciwa applvinp for medical treat iae thwln tenl or bi inp f row to 4 ouocetof unite that passed fin t ia the morning preferred which wilt rcnivc a rare il chemical amtmieroecoptcal examination 1 cnMa mincn in noaitn nr tmieamea prctCTwwrR vrno keep tnainc wiib tBora ibodUi alter Riving pnucooue auu injurious conpooaa mwuhi appif lmroeaiaieiy WfiynCDCH PIIUCP rerferted in old eases which have leen neglected of nnekilUully llUnUClirUL uUIILO trcaleil No exennieBts or failures Parties treated by iBaU aad nnHV4S but where poihk iierxnal consultstion ia preferred CuraMc canes guaraDtced and correspondence couSdeBtial Treatment fent CO I luary rtof US ZL CCLTr23 3 List m 130 questions free Address with postage SB rHAHCE 80 35 V fS a6 tj ILL PAPER r 1 c Hew and Original Designs OF ARTISTIC f MONUMENTS Ottr Omni Ctearaiwe Sale of Wall Pajtef was a perfect t uecebg In Granite and Marble GW- - Ht I i eitlH Emlo the TIm- - nII Weill tin- - last roll of litem OtMiIwttmtitly we Lave MHrwt I HeooHuc we Iiml matle hji nwr mlml In w4l everj nll at tiHJ gowls ih KHHtler Ht wlttit H iee lliey hot In Hfciwii Itlaiik ueiit at 5 eentH lit KM lft t8 c t ri Ifa Old UofluS Left BUT8fMILY A TRBMRNDOUS 8TOCK OK rsM the itmie eliete t gtMMki to Ore filled liaiid in etMllc4i VMrielies ami Ht Prices Lower Than Ever 1 Heart trf Im lkk w swy othr eity 1h IHe Uhsom simI lefHeiMlxM- i Firsl CIass ffoiliniiiip ATCD WclVill Uy Mty iNCt Be Undersold L0W3ST 00SH3T3XI PSIOES rr I C We have the largest trade In Tentral Hie pwMie geH Keutuoky am uaranlee satisfaction oniNy are itvMtl ia hMiieet gnmk aitd Wnte fir rke and infoimt Ytmr tetieHl hervuiit IKftMtd tioii before ordering any tyle of work ii th latttl tt 31 VILLGING in Paint and Taper Decorator GEO M WM ADAMS 4IMS SONMmporters LEXfXOTON Kv GORMLEY iia 5BRAND f Fa r T o I USE t 1 J FFn RESH smm iiiii hiik Â¬ Â¬ J r c W C GORMLKY CO continue in llnrir eleftant house corner of Main and Second Si reels KichmoiHl Ky formerly occupied by J 1 Ilerirdon as a drug store it t f Sales anfl Harness Â¬ r t tie CHPEARSON c5cC--BALTIMO- ei e MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best workmen Cooling Blankets Horso Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver JJuck lee Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Combs Riding and Driving Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains sm Hame For Sale or Eent 7 es Ul po and everything else belonging to a complete Saddlery and Harness Shop A specialty of Light Road Strings Â¬ I desire to sell or rent privately the large two Btery Gormley made Track Harness the harness with v 8 t l which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which tniiMleil oh a good oorner tot in Kiiis 2 toH Ky kiMiun as Hie Hctni jmiper Bell Vara raised herself from tv I also desire to rent privately the 500 to 5000 Hleveas Properly on Muddy Creek WORK WARRANTED mbraeiHg a nice residence a Kd ALL Uoekstakli rimp larse yard and let 41 40 Willi STORE HOUSE I 111 atwiHlanee of water l 22 IL U COLYER J w Prof- - Loisettes Uu eU ti to 3 KI1ERARTEI - Havintr taken a Iboroucli courre in DiSCSVESY AHD TRAINING METHOD miss tirs Ie QXIndergarlen under Miss Adams of ttm j ffft nT ui ltriled imttAtaons vltteb inspttffof Ureenluof ti Original swlrt m MiyuwBimoBi by cartooa vobldM tlv jziagten x win open ba RttonpU to rob ates ttnnp luavatcuf K --- c cf t 1e On Monday September 0 a 89 i f-- vaaaaaaaaaa iaLBBaaflf aiB leaBaaaaK TaraBTSBK a school at ray liome tin Third Street hxn aat S i uta A large and well ventllated roam will I Uv LVawai farstau br oamMamieWM tbmrtar inmlfnh U ktflMHlIM taat le built eneeialiy for this jiurjieee otirtrTiiri a t ftkkWUSflMivtl tfrft PferKraspvctu Tea triif imit w jurmer luigrmaunn apiny in tm iaiaiMunirmiuii iiraaHfth AvmBcNa Minn T ATTr TTiTlj trsl A lJtslil aXjSSSt MusiAiuiaauunoiuix ft i lw renraa tr dr ul bnth HRiVpberS S marktaif KB Hfudb ia Hh Mtinr Cotiu- - Id a Propoctes sect post frwlKires ct pata of to slab rbm tipn f puple ai sed ff9a miiitmy ad rtooanty of ia teaduncl rt 4 Nrer 1VksHib 4Mtt aii Imt at ut kljr Kll of v hirb deteonttnt tbm 3WIilTlitrdlreeL 123 Si Leading magazines an 1 c Does any ono now the Famous Bowie Brothers Whipped Of a good soL reason I meoa a Hundred Savages may not when at odlcaLs anil mlecellaneoua Why o e who must labor ABOUT PUSS RE THE CURIOUS POWERS OF ANIMALS SUPERSTITIONS Col John S Moore of New Orleans iuoluding newspaperfurtiL ta WHO DO NOT RFASON grand nephew of the celebrated Jim UGIOUSLY HELD BY MANY la tha fair fields of pcesy gloan hoo use shall Cum AX to subeeriuen ul strong enough to have felled a horse ts Bowio tho inventor of tho knifo which And who noed compkila if his named with a single blow carrying in his arms a 4 a Alirnft fltsg An name uim uuo J a hand tost Is horny with toS Some of the rccullar Beliefs of Jack Tar rtittle golden haired girl upon whoso TVhy a Savage Thought a Naturalist Must Dears ins From These prises da not incuJeiBje IL- contributes the following to Hb And try from his briln with a steel pen tc Havo an Ultra Kye The rrotectlro In- - j heroes The Cat Used to Cure or Transfer Du- - sleeping face the tears had washed clean f IE tlou tu Tub CMMax wring ra a And so though lifes roses hare perished and grime walked places in the dust stlucts of Certain Birds Curiosltlea of I eoso The Black Cat Sure to Bring Lov What ho never caa dig from tho saUI In storms of wintry years Aft Amateur ciation briskly down Houston street toward po- Â¬ v Heredity In Tills Particular Though sunshine has turned Into darkness ers to the Lassie gmaU ty of alventurOUS 03 Art de ht Made lice headquarters Tho child was slum- Â¬ It ni7 be lndead that when mnscte and bma Art JuuruHl And pleasure to pain and tears eleven in number consisting of When tho naturalist Ruppell explored spirits Cats have the reputation of being bering as comfortably as though she had With falgae aro s4 tea teg and sere I dream of skies that are cloudless Art L LI Of peace and of heavenly rest weatherwise an old notion which has been in the little crib at home and the me 1iiigiiianu vi eiisieru Ainii mu Rezin P and TamM Bowie their two The brain fjoagd wth knowledge It thlsal Art ltevew Maca glorious vision be sown And I see hi a given rise to a most extensivo folk lore officer was as tender as if the littlo ono Soudanese emirs or chieftains once per- Â¬ servant boys Messrs Buchanan Atluutio Mmittily TVIth reluctance will yield up lie stete The golden Land of the Blestl It is almost universally believed that was his own and helped mako sunshine mitted him to deposit his baggage in lino Stern Cephas Hamm andto three And yet it wll rUHd lf lie trentora be there Bunkers logamue Charles W Hubir in Philadelphia Kens visit when tho in his home on his days off duty Half their military camp while he pursued other persons left San Antonio red good weather may betpected As of oJdataVHieaof the Iellorils JIugMalfie cat washes herself but bad when she a dozen children of the street quick to his inquiries in the glens of a neighbor- Â¬ the old San Saba silver mines On tho TheroeSm old Itoreb 1 ourod ferth free and BicjoHngWurM INCOMPLETE fair day of their journey licks her coat against the grain or wash- Â¬ catch sight of the pairfollowed closely on ing mountain range On his return ho morning of tho third Bluukwoods Jlugnziue Its cool stroma for the peocJe ef ed I think the words that are sweetest Bon Tun es her face over her ear or sits with her the big policemans heels until he went presented necklaces of beads to tho thev wero visited by an Indian who 4 Are the words that are never said to be a messenger from Chief Uut If from ones youth brata att faBew has BradnreetV Journal tail to the fire As too tho cat is sup up tho steps of the marble building in emirs and liaving observed that tl 1 And the moments that pass the fleetest loin Brum id whose medal ho exhibited p06ed not ory to have a good knowledgo Mulberry street and was lost to view be- Â¬ were just twenty tents in the fortiKti I Are the last ones with the dead And If only wtth bone aad wtlh brawn Uraiiliwaiis ltetneie t - initials bearing them a warn Â¬ kraal and that every tent was occupied si h of the state of tho weather but a certain hind tho swinging doors ex thee His greatly to vain as the The thoughts that are truest and bravest Buttericks DeliKttior Isaonia that about 100 unfriend- Â¬ One toils Intellect sUl Tras Its i7n Uiare in the arrangement of it it is con- Â¬ Bluff Sergt Kelleher was on duty and by exactly seven men he handed the ing 1 his ones that are never expressed Ete Are tho Burlington Haw hey sidered by sailors to be most unwise to when he saw the little bundle of human- Â¬ emirs a bag containing 140 glass buttons ly savages were on their traiL Rezin And what of the man Its latsltecs sleep And the tender love thou cravest Cniiutlu ltw JuwnaL Wha bat w irfca eats aad stsuabers astfey For fear Is never confessed provoke it Ilence they do not much ity brought in he sat down at lib desk with the request that they give one but- Â¬ Bowie who spoke many Indian uialects araw- - raast Ctinadluii Mtuouiie conferred with tho messenger in his The days of a years lte m like to see a cat on board at all and when and began to turn in a bugineafelike way ton to every warrior in the camp I know the friends that are truest ereoj Ai Caselrt Magazine which lie advised his party Are these n e see in our dreams The glittering keepsakes were at onco tongue after one happens to be more frisky than usual the leaves of an enormous book which Who s oold W HC 1b he whMe Tglrtol dar Cullwllu WiirW Though we feel the one that is newest they liave a popular saying that the cat lay in rout of him He kept turning distributed and Ruppell had just re- to select a favorable spot and intrench to the statauw ef Central Law Jotitun Is very near what be seems cno has writ has got a gale of wind in her taU I Ceiriliry Maieaaiite until he camo to the page where lie had loaded his baggage cart when one of themselves A position was chosen near Tacniml nan The rose that In sweetest and fairest A charm often resorted to for raising written last Then after carefully ad tlie chieftains removed the professors a hill where the ground was covered I itiua Jjtm aior Uflu worth are ones taa east aaesajefcl Is the bud that is tilled by the frost a storm is to throw a cat overboard but justing his eyeglasses and dipping his hat and gravely examined the top and with a few trees and some thick under- Â¬ If soa mut bo St tod i brain moat be lioa CitureliuiHH And the leve that Is dearest and rarest gushed man may not CTtr narfolrf brush amidst which a spring Way Wrher- If tie according to a Hungarian proverb as a pen in his big inkstand he queried rear of his head Is the true love we lust have lest mata wealt Anonymous ho said Verily oh friend cat does not die in water its paws dis- Â¬ you from the earth Working all night tho Tho we ml iissf the uladles aae not MaW aeeod Uuitinieraittl Bulletin Bov or girl officer all t treasares that If must have an extra eye somewhere or travelers finally completed a breastwork la boos which the haate of On Taraaiers Country Uewttaaau turb the surface hence the flaws on tho GirL Cur lent Literature other for elso j oil could not poiwibly of sods around tho thicket They placed surface of the water are nicknamed by baTeneased Bngtueeriu Feats How old Ciiurier JtHiriHtl To eeaeola to IsstraetTts aa gaUe In tho same way have discovered tho exact number of the servants horses and pack mules in a Bout 4 years It is a remarkable fact that nothing sailors cats paws covered situation at tho spring and That raaa sorely liters wtth akJt neat ta ICunilierciul Oaaviie our men surpasses ia modern engineering tho also a larger flurry of the water is a Where did you get heri Uttairaiur aud Furtiisiu The honest emir himself could proba- Â¬ rested awhile to await events About G cats skin and in some parts of Eng- Â¬ pyramids of Gtiizeli built more than Sixty fifth street and Third avenue less Delineator- bly count up to seven and with the aid in the morning when the sun lit up the Who ia leiscrc the wde raclm sanssjn land a popular name for the stormy ac- Â¬ 5000 years ago It is universally Take her upstairs I Demoreoto Maxiue hill in front of them it revealed its sum- Â¬ Where though seeks forever all niaex Ma-1-rewind is the cats nose knowledged by the highest professional northwest Upstairs meant to the top floor of of all his fingers and toes perhaps could JruKe3 MuewMMe OERUAX SUPEnSTITIOXS authorities in architecture and building Diuilows tJpirk 01 the 1 tho big building whero Matron Webb rxiunt even to twenty but evidently did mit covered with Indians who hoisted a Where tho lightsaar of ceaios plaas Among other items of weather lore as- Â¬ presides and acts tlie part of foster not think it possible that the human whito flag After a consultation Rez Thea shea m drear lowhuaK wKb lega Qtac Danbtiry 2ne- that the masonry of the pyramids could laln not be surpassed in these days and sociated with the cat there is a supersti- Â¬ mother to the waifs and strays and mind could grasp tho vast product of Bowie and Buchanan passed outside the Jt trull Free Prvw Climb tho br gh sanay hxblaads of Ufa trench works to parley with them As llSeteeini Magazine moreover is perfect for tho purpose for tion in Germany that if it rains when foundlings of this big city who are pick Â¬ the two factors rtoasaat acossests taa faaeren IHulHJrg A similar mistake may often tempt us they approached the hill the savages Where vat helew which they wem intended above all to womenfhave a large washing on hand it ed up by tlie police ehslo KdtKsUiaHl endure After the building of pyramids is an infallible sign that they have a And forget ia the laHrc the strife The same tcenes aro enacted every to iniBConstrne the abilities of our in- Â¬ waved their flag and called out How TC Kleutcteiun J B Walter H U in K was once commenced it was tho fashion spite against them owing to their not night and each day sees the pagesof the stinct guided fellow creatures The sup- Â¬ dye do Howdyodo and fired on them ISttglHtatiiig 2sHf for about ten centuries to erect huge having treated these animals welL Wo big book which Sergt KoJleher keeps posed sixth sense may often bo nothing at the same time Several bullets passed English Illtt I rated iic may also compare the Dutch idea that a fill up one by one with the brief stories but an uncommon development of a com- Â¬ through Bowies hunting blouse leaving masonry meaningless pointed piles of Btxxjti SOME IFS Poor Buchanan was wedding day results from the and records of lost children him unscratched mon faculty Of the hundreds erected about seventy rainy Kvallgelie- tTake for example the deerhound not so fortunate for a bullet struck his If all the teiks in this ere v rU have resisted the ravages of ages and brides not feeding her cat whereas in Every night in the year fathers and Exeilur Wnz only what they aheatd b As Buchanan fell may still be seen Many of tlioso re tho valleys of the Tyrol girls who are mothers visit police headquarters and which pursues his ganio through brush leg breaking it Kiiglneer It ta e j say breath array tec tfc maining contain enormous blocks of fond of cats are said always to marry ask for tho children who iiave been lost and brake and returns safely home Bowie caught him by the arm and lift- Â¬ KaslifuM Bazar Hew fieed a wort 1 it waM be gronito from thirty to fifty feet long early perhaps as Mrs Busk remarks during the day On pleasant evenings even after he has crossed waters that ing him by the shoulder started to carry FiiexMtJ CMtUKtHHMI If when men a ft Juar trees Â¬ evidence tliat household virtues are they sit on tho stone steps and wait if would prevent him from retracing his him back to bhelter Eight Indians armed an weighing from 300 to 500 tons and disFurtnlgliily Jteview Hod taU the trait aboat it Onco tho child has not already been found steps by the sense of smelL A few years with tomahawks pursued Bowie who Fwruni play the most consummate ingenuity in appreciated in them by the men Hed make his word so mhty goeJ more there is a German belief that any and on stormy nights they go home to practice however enables tho hunter thus heavily burdened could ill have de- Â¬ Frank ieliws llltg rted their construction J0 oae Hd dare ts deaat IT Frank Ltltea ilHillb himself to remember the general direc- Â¬ fended himself but his party fired from A more difficult operation than the one who during I1L3 lifetime may havo return again later on If plumbers bills wvx Btaao ter at Gwleya Ladys Book made cats his enemies is certain to be mere transportation of immense stones A woman comes running down the tion of his rambles through a pathless their intrenchments on tho advancing Mens bank accoa its taca may 1 a rnplllc Thn tuse ud come waea other ftlj tliat of erecting obelisks weighing 400 accompanied to the grave amidst a storm street Sho is one of the East Side poor forest where a novice would surely lose foes killing four of them and the reÂ¬ Guide de kt Altxle Wool J be cs rich as ihcy be maining four ran back to their shelter tons was performed with precision by of wind and rain A shawl answers tho purpose of cloak his way Hiirperd Banar Firing now began in earnest between Apart however from the weather and hat She stops long enough to ask By hereditary transmission of tho the Egyptians 300 years before the time If fore feller went ter Hariers JIautlily Ma iziii traits of countless generations of dogs the opposing forces and fortunately the of Christ Of the ancient method of lore superstitions associated with tho cat of an idler on the corner Iled aract re oa h s sscr Haiirfrfs Weekly- Ha d lara to watch for chew a gam raising immense stones nothing is now there is an extensive class of other be that have hunted and which include the Indians could not discover what number Where is the headquarters Harpers Yuuhk People And hairpins when be kissed her tlioso relating to wolf like ancestors tho domestic dog of men were concealed in the bushes known it is one of the many lost liefs as for instance Down where you see the green light Illustrated Days Dmiig Tho If girlsud drep their feacy week arts The ancient Peruvians had a folk medicine Thus in Cornwall the is always the answer and she is off may have perfected the ability to find back of the little fortifications imu Age V la n Jo help their mothers A small force reduced by two for in ad- Â¬ metiiod of transporting immense blocks little gatherings which come on chil again Up the steps she runs eagerly his way to an apparently preternatural It wouUat be a month afore dition to Buchanan being wounded Mas Judgeof stone that would bo a fortune to tho drens evelids locally termed whilks As she passes the swinging doors she al- Â¬ degree Theyd b i a swaepta brothers Lancet modern engineer did he possess it The arc cured by passing tho tail of a black most runs down Old Joe the doorman Individual experience indeed often calino was killed fought unceasingly If all the nU maids In the and Library Journal Romans were also eminent engineers cat nine times over tho part affected As who keeps a little private record on a wholly fiils to explain such faculties as the entire day Those engaged in the Was rich ts Jchss Cacj r Li I It mtanmSMmaa and by some authorities are set down s recently as the year 1SC7 in Pennsylva Â¬ slate of the children who are brought in tho protective instincts of certain fight said that tho contrast in the manner scare tee I hil t a doubt the Lippncttlt Magnxlne even exceeding the Egyptians in that di- Â¬ nia a woman was publicly accused of during the night Joes voice is gruff birds and animals Ud OaU soma feol ter teases her Tho British zoolo- Â¬ of the two Bowies was most striking Lltteifs LlvlMg Ag rection Immense stones wcro used in witchcraft for administering three drops but it belies his nature gist Spalding once procured some James passed from ono point to another It folks ud nuad their on a aSalrz MaenilHWa Magazine giving orders looking and firing At black cats blood to a child as a rem- Â¬ constructing the temple of Baalbec one of a newly hatched turkeys and in order to saSer Whats tlie matter he growls Aa let their Magazine af American Hut Â¬ lies ready quarried which is seventy feet edy for croup Slie admitted tho fact Wo weaktet bear so mceheomTlaint Have ye found me baby and tho make an experiment carried them into the same timo Rezin maintained an unMagazine nf Art O tmes a sittla toag ter long and fourteen feet square and weighs but denied that witchcraft had anything toil w am hands clutch nervously at the a liall adjoining a room where lie kept a broken silence raised his gun with cool- Â¬ 1135 tons Chicago Times to do with it and twenty witnesses were frayed edges of the old red shawl pair of pet hawks that had not been fed ness and deliberation bringing down a only see If edilars ud Mnsienl Courier The gca as it IS z arte called to prove its success Again in that morning and which now and then redskin at each shot During the night Boy cr girl Nation lt w joWat be a year tilt 1 5lr Con- Â¬ The Desecration of Home many regions wo are told by vented their impatience in a shrill the Indians passed tho time mourning National Editorial Journal A little girl with light hair Wth m Kseaairai aa mingle In order not to wander too far from way a three colored cat protects against their dead and with the earning of day il scream Nature Go up stairs and look top floor the main subject I will cito one item fire and a black cat cures epilepsy and Ia fact If I had mads this world Kew IrnieeiHii lie view Tlie young turkeys had but jnst come vanished as quietly as they ad appeared The stairs arc steep and tiresome to tew ray Dstioa Ad gofer Nineteenth Cewiary only of these annals of destruction I protects gardens climb but mothers on such errands dont out of their egg shells and had never Tlie whites now mado preparations for The tnJk aa boocy wesM 3 raUcd North American Review will mention what happened in the val- Â¬ Formerly in Scotland when a family tire easily and up she goes Five min- Â¬ seen a hawk or heard one before but at returning to San Antonio Poor Masca From ecean plum to r ocean Petersons MHjprziiie ley of the Forum between 15 10 and 1C10 removed from one house to another the utes later a btep is heard on the stair- Â¬ the first sound of those screams they all linc was buried and rocks piled over his Mitraer C Orewa in Vaasee Cade Political SeleHw In less than ten years time tho men em- Â¬ cat was always taken one reason being way She is coming down again and started to their feet and toddled off with grave to secure it from depredations of PoliCf NeWf ployed by tlie contractors of St Peters that it served as a protection against dis- Â¬ the red shawl is the background for a every sign of terror wolves Tho great trouble was what to OUR CHILDREN Police Gazette to search for building materials crossed ease Indeed before a member of tho head of golden hair Two dirty chubby sight of a snako or a rat my pet do with Buchanan Rezin Bowie ever At Popular ijoieuee Moulhh I looked at the aaay eBdren the valley of the Forum from end to end family entered tho new abode tho cat hands are about her neck Tlie woman baboon u ill retreat to the farthest cor- Â¬ prolific in expedients made a strong de- Â¬ Vv 10 xa hered aroaad the hearth Portfolio Â¬ dis-Â¬ was thrown into it like an appalling meteor destroying There was a super- is smiling now She is about to go out ner of her cage I ascribed the precau- Â¬ coction of oak bark by boiling the bark Eo Wilho taey wera no cblhlrrn Pottery aud GhtsHWare R Â¬ Cwild happier be oa earta mantling splitting into fragments burn- stitious notion that if a curse or disease to the street but Old Joo again is in the tion to a nervous dread of all unknown in water This he thickened with corn Puek With their merry plays and their winsome ing into lime the temples tho arches had been left on tho house the cat be-Â¬ way Pulpit animals until 1 mado tho experiment meal and spreading it on a cloth and ways the basilicas most famous in Roman his- Â¬ came the victim and died to the saving Pecks Sun with a pair of guinea pigs Jenny was sprinkling it with gunpowder he formed Go ia there and give your name Aad the soand of their silvery mirth I Quarterly Kevlw tory in the history of tho Old World of tho familys lives It is curious how- Â¬ and he points to Sergt Kelleher and eating her breakfast when the squealing a poultice which he wrapped about Bu- Â¬ Then I thought cr thoso other children together with tho inscriptions which in- Â¬ ever to find tho opposite practice kept chirrups at the baby tit Nicholas1 little btrangers entered her cage but in chanans leg Around this he tightly So wizened and hard and bold dicated their former use or design and up in Ireland where it is considered Tlie sergeant takes tho womans name this case her only dread seemed to be sewed a covering of buckskin and pack- Â¬ Who haddle la slam and cellar Soleiilititf American the statues and bass reliefs which orna- highly unlucky for a family to take with and address and hugging tho lost one that she might have to sharo her meal ing the patient on his horse off tho And salver wtth wsat and cold Not fresh as the dew or the raoralags hue rjcribnera Maezlee- In 1540 the podium them a cat when they aro moving tightly the woman passes out into the with the uninvited guests mented them party started After several days travel Spectator But haggard ad lean aad old steps and pediment of tho temple of An- Â¬ more especially too when they havo to street New York Evening Sun For a minute or two she watched their Bowie examined Buchanans leg and Texas mmiigs toninus and Faustina wero removed to cross a river Bat yet ma tbey still these children movements with an air of puzzled curi- Â¬ finding it in a fair way to recovery re-Â¬ i Turf Field and Farm Be taagbt to forget the r pain SL Peters or otherwise made uso of IX TIMES OF ILLNESS osity but then instead of taking to her newed the same dressing and under this Tho Driver Ants Wallaces Monthlv- And gathered la arms that lave them Between 1541 and 1545 the same fate be rough and singular treatment the limb Mr Gregor also tells us that in tho Wnverley Magaaiue Tlie most formidable of the insect pests heeli she made a grab at the intruders Their langhler may come egal i fell tho triumphal arch raised in honor northeast of Scotland if a cow or other that affect the dwellers of the West and without further ado hustled them recovered entirely This party of men And the stare of woe and the craft may gs Vetniiitr Itevlew- of Fabiu3 Maximus the conqueror of domestic animal was seized with disease African coast is the driver ants out and discouraged a repetition of the never mado another attempt to reach Womans Journal And the spirit be washed of slain Young Ladies Journal Savoy tho triumphal arch raised in one mode of euro was to twist a rope of These insects move in vast armies of visit by giving each a parting pinch in the San Saba mines San Antonio Cor But it 13 cot in cold boot Iearalcg It Youths Companion honor of Augustas after the battle of straw the contrary way join the two several millions marching in a dense the Ixi ck St Louis Globe Democrat Those ehUdn ns hearts to mere Actium the temple of Romulus son of ends and put the diseased animal column two feet in width at a uniform Anv publican ofnnpmtr i t And the stony eye of te serpeat ed- Â¬ Jenny had received her zoological Is dwaln to the striebea dove Maxentius and a portion of tho Cloaca through the loop along with a cat By pace and in a straight line UniieU dtatea or Europe ein 1 f Care of the Feet ucation in the Abyssinian highlands T an aagel aioao can touch them Maximo In 1546 tlie temple of Julius this means the disease was supposed to Associated with manicuring naturally by Tiik Climax at Iew th r t r If a native hut lies in their path and while guinea pigs aro natives of South angers nioo is Lave And that Cccsar was leveled to the ground to- Â¬ be transferred to the cat and tho ani- Â¬ the inmates fail to prevent the ants from America but somehow the sight of tho is the care of the feet pedicuring as it ulur rui For what the world may fancy gether with tho Fasti Consulates and mals life was so saved by tho cat dying gaining the threeliold the hut must be waddling pigmies seemed to satisfy her is called Alas alas for the sufferer And whatever the wise men say Triumpliales engraved on its marble This of course was only ono of tho ex-Â¬ vacated till the long line lias passed tlmt they could be no fighters from corns or bunions Who can pro- Â¬ Of oar nineteeath eeatary progtess basement in 1547 the temple of Castor tensive charms of which the leading idea through and consumed everything eata- Â¬ This baboon has a strange appetito for nounce a euro Alleviations there may Of a new aad a better way and Pollux was dismantled in 1540 tho was that of substitution StIU it takes a sool to make a soul insects Sho appears to recognize the well be but a cure This baffles the skill ble within the building Kow as In the oMea day temple of Vesta the temple of Augustus A remedy for erysipelas lately pracdifference between the harmless north- Â¬ of tho wisest chiropodist but the ounce The author of Glimpses of Feverland Saectator and the shrine of Vortumnus Black- Â¬ ticed in the parish of Locharron in tho says that the only thing which will stop ern centipede and its dreadful tropical of prevention can be looked to in this woods Magazine northwest highlands consisted in cutting the drivers is a large fire directly in relative but she handles crawfish with regard with excellent effect off one half of tho ear of a cat and letting their line of march A native when he evident suspicion either on account of - Above all things keep tho feet thor SrjLnti all MMnUal do scia fftoves are Touug Men in Pnbllo Life part affected the blood drop on It Is no easy matter if indeed it is Alluding moreover tho the numerous discovers in time that the ante aro march- Â¬ their pinching apparatus or because of oughly clean and well rubbed and ma- Â¬ 1 deofKbc putilUiaushta A few gloves to rsc skin and these real snore fa ing towards his hut kindles a fire in their resemblance to tho overgrown scor- Â¬ nipulated This will prevent lame joints possible to fix the time at which it is foro in connection front of the advancing column It turns pions of the tropics Jan kid and nearly always prevent corns Onco proper for a man to enter upon public other items of folk With snakes she absolutely declines or twice a week they should bo soaked in Carljlo and the Ass life supposing that lie can enter upon it with tlie cat there is a popular notion neither to the right nor to the left but TIlC oW and relialK in tho month plunges into the ilames for every ant to take any risks the non poisonous va- Â¬ warm water tho toes being gently rubbed cat One morning a few minutes before tho at alL The question is quite prominent that a May cat noause born catching Unrnesj Ho- for rats just now Pitt was a very young man of May is of exerts an injurious influ- Â¬ seems impelled to go forward no matter rieties include too many dangerous all the time After this warm bath rub school hour when most of the pupils had tho toes with a weak solution of arnica arrived and they had gone into the school and mice but btranglers at what cost but a little past 20 when ho took the G- Hereditary instincts sometimes con- Â¬ and where there is a tendency to bun- Â¬ a donkey was entering tho playground After the drivers havo walked into reins of the British government into his ence on the house through bringing into disagreeable reptiles of various kinds the fire for an hour or two and several tinue to assert themselves under circum Â¬ ions paint with iodine A bandage wet Bill Hood and I were so far on our way No 2C Second Street 1 s inexperienced hands Burke was 8G it Mrs Latham in her West Sussex Su- Â¬ hundred thousand have been consumed stances that seem to make their assist- Â¬ with alum water and put on when retir- Â¬ rushed to mount the animal and began to Garnett House lias a cr when ho entered parliament though he perstitions says that a May cat is sup- Â¬ their sturdy stoicism weakens Thoy ance rather superfluous There was a ing is excellent for strengthening tender guide and forco it into the schooL With had previously been attache of Single stock of Speech Hamilton secretary of Lord posed to be inclined to melancholy and deflect their line to the extent of a few time when the ancestors of the dog found feet while sand soap or emery paper desperato spurring tho donkey was in- Â¬ to be much addicted to catching snakes feet and passing the fire set out on a it a uof ul precaution to bury the rem Â¬ should bo used to remove any rough duced to carry its rider over the thresh- Â¬ SndillcsA Harness Bridles Halifax in Ireland and afterward pri- Â¬ Over profuso old and what a reception both of them fresh path of destruction which leads nants of a good meal and thus provide scarf skin or cuticle vate secretary of Lord Rockingham while and to bringing them into the house blankets Whips bptirs u the latters one year ministry lasted And had heard that this west country belief them clear of tlio but they had threat- Â¬ against possible times of scarcity and perspiration can bo checked by using got from tho juvenile crowds Bags of Boots Ourry Combs s existed in our village and very lately ened Youths Companion that old raco habit still prompts their a powder of clialk and starch or books were at onco fastened to the tail so a crowd of less notable illustrations O observing a most dejected looking cat by descendants to hide bones and old crusts by bathing In hartshorn and water and around the neck of the ass and so Toe Weights Soaps might be cited even where the bounty of their masters Keep the toes as straight as possible Danger In Turning Gas Low busy wero Bill and half a dozen compan- Â¬ everythins else needed L I r But no average of circumstances will tho fire in a cottage 6aid in jest I In spite of the fact that these are days supplies them with regular and abun- Â¬ Where there is a tendency to crook or ions in urging tho brute to canter around who handle horses suffice to establish a rulo in tho cose It should think that cat was born in May overlap each other it is well to place a the school and to ascend the short stair Oh yes said tho owner of it that of popular enlightenment the newspa dant daily meals must ever bo a matter of perpetual Lapdogs that havenever left tho prem Â¬ thin splint under them at night tied of the masters desk that they did notno Saddles nlanufacturedio Ordsi clianco and discovery Ono man docs sho was and so washer mother and she pers are not unfrequently called upgn to his best work in a very short timo and was just as sad looking and was always chronicle a case where persons have been ises of a fashionable residence hunt in closely against which they can be held tico how timo was speeding and before and none but the bc t rV asphyxiated through ignorantly blowing their dreams which proves that their in place Lucy Lillio in Herald hey could remove tho stranger Mr Car early in life when another does not bringing snakes and vipers within doors LvL Ciontlemeir Mr Henderson speaking of this super out tho gas instead of turning it olf minds retain a latent aptitude for tho lyle appeared We expected a tremen- Â¬ used fairly come to it till ho is at middle life The Calendar stition tells us that an old north country Littlo attention however has been favorite pastimes of their forefathers kept 111 c dous explosion of wrath but ho burst into boys Saddles and even later And what a young man In tho blank grammar school yester- Â¬ a roar of laughter such a roar however Harness of every de- r During a summer tour In the Austrian is specially good for and for that reason woman on one occasion said to a lady drawn to a danger not as great but more s lassies marry common This consists in the habit Alps one of my neighbors bought a day the divisions of timo were under as instead of tempting us to join in it Its na wander Jock specially inclined to an older ono would Trace Chains Hames E I regard as wliolly out of the reach of his o2 so fast ye ken what a braw black cat many persons have of allowing ono young bhepherd dog and brought him to consideration in the class The teacher produced a sudden and complete hush Belly bnnd Collars tVIhrT tlxive got It is considered unlucky to bracket to burn dimly all night long a suburb of Cincinnati where sheep aro had explained the origin of the Gregorian and that roar was renewed again and desires The f pity matured public man dream of a cat a piece of folk loro preva- Â¬ while they are asleep If the gas is to seen only in the form of mutton but calendar and recounted the difficulties again when tho ass withdrawing its fore Llame String Plow Lines i is a different being from tho beginner lent in Germany where if ono dreams of feet from the first step of the desk stair Bridles Whins and other And if he has husbanded his powers ho a black cat at Christmas it is an omen of be kept burning at all it should for every little while tho young herder would which arose from the Augustan calendar L generally possesses as good a stock of some alarming illness during the follow-Â¬ safetys sake ls kept blazing fairly high try to earn hi3 board by collecting a and noted the reluctance of the Greek and turning round took a oaco or two used on thai form to adopt tho reformed arrange Â¬ slowly toward tho master as if to salcJo for when the flame is reduced to the troop of stray geese and in spite of their church the energy of youth as any situation in ing year Only experienced workmen et Equally unfortunate too is it for a cat faint blue spaik the least diminution in hissing protest drive them along tho ment of time Then ho turned to the him which is ho placed may require Boston nloved class and said to sneeze this act being supposed to indi- Â¬ pressure at tho works will cause this to street like a flock of restless sheep Herald That exclaimed Carlyle is the cate that the family will have colds go out and when the pressure is re-Â¬ Felix L Oswald in Boston Globe If you want a Saddle yru 1 Under what calendar aro wo living wisest and best scholar Kircaldy haa A Tretty ricturo Thus wo are informed by Mrs Latham newed tlie gas of course escapes stead- Â¬ now a hundred to select from rv yet sent me he Is fit to bo your teacher I was at one of the fashionable theatres that in Sussex even the most favored ily into the room to the poslble injury Silence on the part of tho class But Il Artificial Coffee Ho tapped tho donkeys head as he in price from 4 upwards uptown and there I noticed fashion in cat if heard to sneeze is instantly shut of all its inmates A night lamp should presently the smallest boy of the lot was wont to do ours and said Theres Uonfr rt rf rf Tlartiiacc 1 nil Â¬ S Â¬ Wo have received a somewhat remark out of doors for should 8he stay to re the application instead of the abstract peat the sneeze three times indoors tho be used if light is necessary or a fair able pamphlet on the production of arti- Â¬ piped out shrilly something here far more than in tho 150 sets to select from rani p and it really is far nicer to see pretty whole family will have colds and coughs Under the life insurance calendar blaze so shaded as not to fall upon tho ficial coffee and also some equally re skulls of any of his brethren before me dresses on moving models and hats and Jew Yori Moil and Express faces of sleepers Somerville Journal though these skulls aro patted in fond price from S up markable samples of the imitation art-Â¬ Boston Transcript f- bonnets over real faces I saw one All a a aivrw 4ai nriro nf Plow ionr admiration by papas and mammas and icle Tho pamphlet bears the name of superb woman sweep in thats a good tlie chennast to the bt f Stme The Dimension of Heaven Cologne who describes In n Iveutucky Cave though that far grander headpiece meets Mr Paul Gassen A Great Question Settled word sweep In with a dress of sil-Â¬ The following calculations based on a himself as a specialist for alimentary Provided with lanterns several young thins entirely new in Curry CAt the high school in tho first class only with merciless blows very satin cut squaro in tho neck and He thon gave some liard taps on Bill the hnndsoitiost lot of lap t mon started in the entrance known as text in Revelations is both enrious and produce This artificial coff eo is said to an interesting debate was had on the with a mass of whito and pink brocaded It is copied from The bo in imitation of the natural bean but subject Is tho Mind of Woman Inferior Hoods head and would not allow him ever broucht to Kichmonl 4 silk with gray fur borderings hanging Colemans Cave Spring near Harrods interesting to dismount but for penalty ordered him Andrew M Bush Jr loosely from her shoulders while her burg and went eastward three miles Charlottesville Jcffersonian and will bo after an examination of the samples we to That of Man Â¬ golden hair was surmounted by a whito where they could distinctly hear tho found good food for reflection Revela are bound to say that there is very little and Harry Macombertook the affirma- Â¬ to rido up and down tho school for an IG And ho measured tho city resemblance either in aroma or appear- Â¬ tive side of the question and Miss Julia hour while tho boys who had been most bonnet with pink and gray tips No end trains on the Cincinnati Southern road tions xxi of diamonds glittered on her arms and in at Burgin which is four and a half miles the Now Jerusalem with a reed 12000 ance between the product of Mr Gassen Hunt and Miss Edna Tobey tho negative active in helping Bill to go through the furlongs The article It is stated that side The girls argued that the most farce had to march in pairs before and her cars and I asked who eho was and from tills place They found a streamÂ¬ and the height length and ttie breadth and the original in are equal its composition free temperance work is being dono by wom- Â¬ behind the perplexed looking ass He did this article is nobody seemed to know and yet she of water running tlie entire distance exTwelve thousand furlongs 7020000 from ingredients of a strong or disÂ¬ en The boys replied that all the greatest not require tho other scholars to attend acted as if tho whole place belonged to plored In this stream they found fish and frogs innumerable Tho passage feet which bein cubed is 04S0So000 agreeable smell or of a sticky nature temperance lecturers were men To thi3 to their school lessons but silently per- Â¬ her LIGHTNING- - an tho girls retorted that it was easier to mitted them to stand as spectators of the Beside her nestled a little body with was from sven to fifteen feet wide and 000000000000000000 cubic feet and and it is further advanced that an of from 16 to 20 per cent of our talk than to work The boys remarked grotesque procession Then ho himself big eyes and a sweet young face and die about the same height except occasion- half of which we will reserve for the TORNADO wore a quiet little drab suit and I was told ally narrowing down to a fat mans mis- throne of God and the court of heaven artificial coffee to a good quality of gen- Â¬ that the nverago weight of mans brain seated within tho pulpit like desk surÂ¬ London was greater than that of womans A veyed Bill and his company with a she was Annio Russell tho sweetest ery Not far from tho entrance the ex- half of the balance streets end tho re- Â¬ uine coffee cannot be detected that fools brain weighs more than a wiso strange mixture of mirth scorn and little woman in tho world So you seo plorers found a large room twenty to mainder divided by 40SG the cubical Grocer Seven Sjjlendid Companies mans was the answer of tho girls But fury Cor Edinburgh Scotsman it is the fashion to wear what you please thirty feet studded with stalactites In feet hi the room 10 fret square and IG No Cure No Pay the center wo said the average weight replied tho at church on tho street or in the theatre chamber of tho cavern is a circular feet high wiilbe 30S13750000000 rooms I a pretty severe test of nny doc It North America - Pluladelj lu We will now suppose the world always thirty feet in diameter and no boys A girl said I think quality but dont let what pleases you bo out of Protecting Her Grapes toig skill when the payment of his fee should be considered rather than quan Â¬ - did and always will contain 300000000 Massaclui Springfield less than fifty feet high This is a veriAlthough Russia docs not fashion Onvo Harper j J tablo rotunda covered as it were by a of inhabitants and that a generation wilt in made conditional upon his curing his tity The clincher came when ono of tho great grape growing rank among GermaniQj -New 1 countries of high well sliaped dome Over the en- Â¬ last thirty and one third years 2700 llanrAj patient Yet after having for many the boys aroso and said A Country of Salt As I under Â¬ Europe nevertheless fear has been Connecticut Everything in the country of the River trance is a large curtain formed by the 000000000 persons Then suppose thcro years observed llie thousand1 of mar- stand it God is a man and if the mind aroused by tho ravages of phylloxera in Niagara New itiki -Chai in Central Asia is described by Ga-Â¬ union of stalactites and stalagmites fif- Â¬ were 11330 such worlds equal to this in velous cures effected in liver blood and of woman to superior to man God would other sections and tho government has - Cmi Amazon number of inhabitants and duration of briel Bouvalot as covered with salt It teen feet wide and as many high At this climax a taken tho matter in hand A ukase has by Dr Pierces Golden have been a woman PhiladcMfi j Pennsylvania Tlie most unique thing found by the yearh then there would lie a room IG lung disease vote was taken and favored tho affirma Â¬ recently been issued prohibiting is seen in tho walls of the houses and on tho Im-Â¬ Meilieal Discovery Its manufacturers explorers in the cave was the fac stmilo feet long IG feet wide and IG feet high tive side New Bedford Standard tho banks of the rivers and tho water portation of plants of any kind cnles3 ROOIC BOTTOM RATT feel warranted in selling it as they are one drinks is very salt Traveling salt- Â¬ of a sido saddle all of solid sandstone for each person and 1 00111 to spare accompanied by a certiflcato that they now lining through nil druggist The Holidays opposite the doorway in this chamber the peter makers go in summer from place to Office at Farmers National are free from phylloxera The young men attempted to sing tho Adulterated Chlua Tea world over under a certificate of posi- Â¬ And the colder whiter weather are any violation of the edict The penalty for place wherever they can find material to is of the usual ia nothing if tive guarantee that it will Tho heathen Chinee who Star Spangled Banner but were forced flnll rfnit nn nn before Tj11 work upon Their modo of operation is either benefit has au ingeniously or cure In every case of disease fop now rapidly approaching The joyful Russian severity and will undoubtedly your insurance FTnlra in 1hn to desist on account of theterribhrrever- - not economical nm reason I eagerly anticipated by tlie act as a deterrent to tho introduction of earth servo as vats and boilers and below t derating echo that filled every uook simple metiiod of eating his cake or which they recommend it if taken in young folks iu tlioiaands of homes tho disease San Francisco Chronicle Ul VL corner and recess of tLe rather in Ute celestial translation drink BDRNAM theso are placed ovens Abundance of ing his tea and having it also ilo time and given n fair triil or money hut In nearly ull there are one or more brushwood supplies material for tho found a nuallr of bones of small ani AT ifnHno- - nrnnrrtV tfu Ti For painting walls or other objects ex- Â¬ from the Csh and frogs mahes the tea drinks tho first delicato paid fur It will be promptly refunded older ones to whom the cold waves posed to damp a composition fires Tho workers collect from thn snr- - mals but of very country stores a specialty Impure ami storms mean renewed suffering Una heaps of compost of no vhS creature was found Thoywill - infusion and then dries Uia leaves again Torpid liver or biliousness face of the earth iron flling3 and linseed oil varÂ¬ explore the cave in a few days going a packs Uieniin thoe mysteriously lettered blood skin eruptions scrofulous sores frum Theumulloback nr limbs salt and animal manure This is soaked It Iti nish is aaid to bo much used in Ger- - 32 31 which Is not clnlnml Hint Hnnds darsaparllla many and when the object to bepalst- for twenty four hours in water then fil-- different direction from the one taken by boxes we know and exports them to tho and swellings consumption tered and then boiled for twenty four them yesterday Near tho outer opening western barbarian vi ho J10 has found tcrotaltt of the lungs all yields to this is a positive f peel He for rheumatism ed to to undergo frequent chances of hours cleansed and placed In tho sun so of the cave out in stone was found tho out likes lib tea strong and Btewed It wonderful medicine It is both tonic we tliiubl if there is or can be such a temperature linseed oil and amber var i that tho water may evaporate An or Â¬ initials D Bf and rnmerous figures is true that the tannic acid apt to come or strength restoring aud alterntive or remedy But the remarkable 8110068 msh are added to tho first twocoate1 dinary workman can xnako about fifty and designs of animals and bircfe The oat of tlie leaf in the second infusion blood cleariidng initials were supposed to bo for Daniel may in jure tho British stomach - Thati Hoods Sarsapttrilla has hml In curing This paintumaybe appUdtw6odstont I am nreunred Jo do all pounds In a day and this he sells at tho v uvu nret-ci-s vi wib matex IE is Chronic 2asal Catarrh positively this itllectiun Is sufficient reason for not necessarywb uw it first froBaraatW LCarpentera wwk in rate of ono penny a pound Popular Boone and those who saw them say Uiev not John Chinamans business he knows tofree the beefuty and profit of adulteration I j look to have been placed thcryears ago those who are suffering to try this oiJy matters cured by Dr Sages EenTedy 60 cent bcteaco Jionthly notice B TYLER BAXTER Iiew Ycrk Tclccram by druggists peculiar medicino It 82- 20 20 When tho heaTtas ere drearily shrouded With clouds and wintry gloom I dream of a land that Is golden With sunshine and summer bloom And then the clouds and the darkness Llie mist roll away from mine eyes And I see la its beauty and splendor The land of the colden skies rTHE FOLK LOltE OF OATS LOST A LITTLE CHILD WONDERS OF INSTINCT A BATTLE WITH INDIANS THE STATURE How the Citys Waifs Are Cared for Until Tbey Are Called For A great policeman big enough and OF THE MAN know of a reason I pray ClIOICB READlu rm VZ - i 1 1 1 sa ii so-ir- - -- tl Â¬ - HiLRIaTSSSS A1TB JEAH W PIGKI3LS - t- I j INSURANCE FIRE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cj roncrta-and-rpni- lv nr Carpenters Worlq k5 u JPJaW - sh - a b aaaaaV JMjjajaaahaiBwaBaaMaaaaaaalai- 1 JattfiL j tafetjfaaaS-Jv- - 3StiVS2Z 9kjsfeskJ8 MrSSiikMid maraewr9mm Wdra ajt CE - - -- jr -- - gj g l jBMgi gUM X 1J Jg3eggfe UttlM CLIMAX wwiOert lrrttraI pAY DEC EEDIXO L 85 S TUB IBOTIEB which have al- i irave some instance of es It htedmg of troiung ftur of Trw tomanypeo- cutter i not pud special attention te n Jearn to what an extent this I fbn been jracticed by our breeders - MT- Iresutsi 11 Illve 0weaIWD i ai - I ire DOi v - imns of inbreedinir nn Pnti hfm famlv to the i not count for a great deal a F ti b Mambrmo Boy a son of trino PaV Iien and his second dam Ubnno Kojal son 01 MamDnno lmiur son ot Mambniw lintel ua ihrec vcar ow reeora f great campaigner for a a nJ v t thes c ot f Axteliiaisianiijr InJ Itt lUes- kes e nJ dam J Ge- a iour--- i ear old trotted a five- i Eon ana iook fratc flowed heat in 231 Itt taut 11 2 - isne u dJ otramon and her dam by 01 OerBe lilies I ason of jar hix lift J11 uitoMambrino ln first - U Lei he Moor ni - 20 Lev dura Moor He broke tlie or o aian uam Sultans sire teeV a rec J 11r11 iij r mm ltn J second dam by l liAY K06C to-yeat-o- W lion rcoiJ tin 1 oincroaj m unwnui oung horse recently r t He is by Wilkes of inbreeding F who is a son of George WHkes UttrBiOwn br Mambnoo Iatcheii uj Jam br Mambrmo Chief Con- bunes dam k Nincora d- wamonno rhen second dam Kilty Tranby by Lltino Tranby son of Mambrino Pat- tiirj dam Betty Brown darn of There will ile Rm a aboc stated iibunJ er iev as closely inbred horses llicrr He is a splendid individual j lias reat speed Horsemen that knew l llimk him canaWe of beating any two- ar oIJ in the world lie was a July colt ie btlow a tabalation of ws pedigree jintin the L I lira long pguic toc ot the facU detailed by ine show that the male and female sexual elements must be differentiated to c Certain degree in order to untie properly and to give birth to a vigorous progeny Such differentiation of the sexual elements follows from the par ents and their ancestors having lived dur- Â¬ ing some generations under diflerent con- dllio5M of life The closest inter breeding does not teem to induce variability or a departure from the typical form of the race or family but it causes loss of size ot constitutional vigor in resisting unfa- Â¬ vorable influences and often of fertility On the other hand a cross between plants of the same sub yariety wlOch have been grown during some generations under different conditions increases to an extraordinary degree the size and vigor of the off spring Some kinds of plants bear self- fertilization much better than others nevertheless it has been proved that these prout greatly by a cross with a freh stock So it appears to be with animals for bhortliorn cattle perhaps all cattle can withstand clone inter breedinir with verv little injury but If they could be crossed with a distinct stock without any loss of their excellent qualities it would be a most surprising fact If the offspring did not slso profit in a very high di gree in constitu tional vigor If herrfore any one choose to risk breeding from an animal which suffered fiom aonie inheritable disease or weakness he would act wisely to look out not merely Tor a perfectly sound animal of the ether sex but for one belonginc to an other strain that had been bred during several generations at a distant place un der as different condition as to soil climate etc as possible for in this case he might hope that the offspring by having gained in constitutional vigoi would be enabled to throw od the taint in their Â¬ Â¬ Mtma CAR PORTERS LIZAODS THAT LOV4 MUSIC INTELLECTUAL IAB0H COMÂ¬ SOMETHING OF THIS WELL KNOWN STUDENT OF HUMAN NATURE Mon Tie lias Received Tips from Talmagn a n liberal and Sociable rAueocer Jay Gould Dont Give Dp rreeljr Tho PorÂ¬ ters Hrpcrience In Europe Thejr Tallowed m Whistling Student Until Scared Off by a 1eaaant blood The most extreme case of breeding of the trotting horse that I know ot is given in the following tabulation of the pedigree of Robert Emmet nearly re lated to Constantino instanced above This colt is a fine individual and promises to be very fast He was bred by Mr A A Kitzmillcr of Lexington Thus far no bad rosulthas soemed lb follow this line of breeding In this family ROBT MMET COMSTAXTIXE a a -- S 1 I f fl s I a a I r 4 2 I 5 o S I F 1 4 - JL JL -- H 38 I I I iS1 2 J fi 3 s 1 i 1 u s r 5 8t5P2 a i i 1 fF 7 I i i i e cs o 3 is -- se s - r sr 2 os 2Tib o p rr fc n r sr H f IBsg a-- l ff 3 2 23 IJa Btlc made a record of 22 She her dam was Lady IK iic Lady Konkle was the dam of M Miller Lady Konkles next fastest cjI took a record of 227 This case is icry much like that of the Belle of Wa ll J alluJed to in a previous article riere can be Kttle doubt that judicious ir ceding k a great source of speed in Ce trotter General Withers stated his op 31 on the subject in the follow ing was bv Maj Miller am -- U A e nhcr cardinal rule in breeding is to tot a tcukc no extreme outcross t j i and also to avoid other extreme of too cloc inbreed- - My own conclusion is that while breeding may be safely resorted to within certain limits where careful selection is made of the individuals mated where they are tree from hereditary disease or defect and where they possess traits that it is desirable to perpetuate by fixing a type still great care should be taken not to continue the process too long and also that the individuals mated should be of different temperaments and should possess strong points of dissimilarity In this way with proper care I belieye certain tenden- Â¬ cies for instance the disposition to go fast at the trot or any other gait may be in- Â¬ tensified without seriously impairing the constitutional vigor of the progeny Iconoclast in Lexington Stock Farm Staulcj Prcollar Views The great explorer Stanley has some peculiar views on the subject of woman Â¬ ly characteristics which will doubtless be quite as interesting to the average render as the report of his latest explora- Â¬ tions According to a letter written by hhn just before his last departure and published in Tho Womans Cycle ho iems to prefer encountering a jungle tiger or a Kaffir warrior dressed in a string of beads to meeting a soft voiced tender faced woman for as lie expresses it Women appear to moso soft so very unlike at least what I have seen the rude type of mankind that one soon feels when talking to them that he must soften his speech and drawl or affect a singular articulation lest offense be taken where none was intended Hence men are seldom sincere to women I am absolutely uncomfortablo when sneaking to a woman unless she is sucb a rare one that she will let me hear some common sense The fact is I cant talk to women In their presence I am just as much of a hypocrite as any other man and it galls me that I must act and be affected and parody myself for no other reason but because I think with other men that to speak or act otherwise would not bo appreciated It is such a false position that I do not care to put myself into it Stanley is quite a traveler but there Is an undiscovered country he has never explored whoso labyrinth he lias never threaded whose mystical intricate river courses he has never traced whoso mountains of inspiration and valleys of despair he has never measured and which might prove as difficult of in- Â¬ vasion as wonderful in revelation as tho interior of the Dark Continent and that is the heart of a woman for he says further For the life of me I cannot sit still a moment when anything approach Â¬ One ing to love comes on tho tapis woman friend only has this peculiar man of famo to whom ho can speak for afÂ¬ ter the first few minutes of strangeness havo gone sbo soon lets you know that chaff wont do and ho concludes his singular letter by sending to this frjond a message Please say a hearty friend wishes her daily enjoyment of her life Â¬ secret of soccees This strictly ac c rJ witli the well established rule in tr cJ ng that the best resutu arise from r- ting alter being separated for one or -e generattom the best blood of the bet families especially after there has born a judicious outcross of other tuc cccul blood that is remotely kindred to f - strains to be reunited or that is found I- - cx rience to blend kindly with those g r s 1e ro c -- joralion a f examples firt rule is self evident and needs Tbeotlier we IBustralc byj a single noted trotter from a mare sire AbdaHah yet when Alexan Â¬ der Abdallah was bred to a marc by his Ti Jsire AbdaHah the produce was Gold- Maid the oweefl of the trotting turf arJwiicn Volunteer was bred to a mare lccJ iisJj ks Ilambletonian never pro tj grandske Abdallah he produced G Jsmiths AbdaHah who was not only a fast trotter but has sired more 330 3res than all the other sons of Volun teer combined The notable failure of Jj ks Ilambletonian to nick wltlj many - marcs bred to him ct his wonderful sccess with mares by American Star o wcreol kindred blood and the mark eJ success of his sons in producing rol ters when crossed on Clay mares esnec- - y daughters of Harry Clay who on cc n sire and dams sde was closely allied to Ilambletonian aptly illustrates the rule Another marked example is Alexan Â¬ ders Abdallah who when bred to mares by Mambrino Chief of kindred blood after several generations of separa t ti produced Almont Belmont Thorn dile and Abdallah PHot all fast trotters tat especially distinguihed by being sires of numerous fast trotters It was the union afer separation for generations of the two most prepotent strains of trotting blood - s a marked illustration of the alrrost magical effecU of reunitins the mot pre Â¬ potent blood of the most prepotent trot Â¬ cj I tji i- -- ting families Prof Brooks of the John Hopkins UnT- wijr in an article upon the subject of innuences DetermininE Sex says It no more than right however to point uunng nimselt gives a diflcrcnt explanation and attributes the excess of male births under unfavorable condition to the need for preventing close inter Â¬ breeding He shows that close causes sterility small sue and lack of general vigor and vitality and he shows that these effcts are most marked when the other conditions of life an-- unfavora- Â¬ ble and that no evil effect follows close wter breeding when food is very abund Â¬ ant and the environment in general con Â¬ duces to prosperity Chas Drvinwhois tbc greatest of all authorities on biological rrobems thus sums up his views on this ntererting subject I wHJ venture to add a few raarU on the general question of coseirter OrceJfeg Sexual reproduction so essentially the same in plants and animals that I think we may fairly apply conclusions drawn from the one kingdom me other From a lone series of cx- penments on plants given Jniny book on Lrossand Seif Ferta2aton the conctu won seems clear that there w no mysteri ous evil in the more feet the Jieatert re lations breeding together but that the evil follows Independently of iaheirted disease or weakness from the circumstan Â¬ ces of near relations generally possessing a closely similar ooosQttitton However little we maybe able to expfain the caue Stand Howe Romance ui intcr-brecd-- Â¬ Â¬ Maud Howe received tho goodly sum of 1000 from The Ladies Home Jour Â¬ nal for her now novel About thirteen years ajo when Porters picture of her was exhibited in the Centennial she was one of the famous beauties of America and is an unusually handsome woman still She became engaged to Porter and before the affair was broken nursed the man she subsequently married John Elliot through an attack of malarial fever in Rome He was an ardent young art student at the time and had worked loo hard in a dangerous climate Ho passed from tho fever of Borne into the fever of love but was unable to per suado Miss Howe to think of him until some years after her engagement with Europeans In Brazil Porter was off She had resigned lovo for literature and rteemed contented with Certain observations of Dr Alfredo Ja Current Literature tho exchange Luy of Rio de Janeiro aro not encour Â¬ aging to intending immigrants from A Docs Fad comparatively cool latitudes Such in Â¬ Mr JaOT er of Rochester N Y was habitants of Rio de Janeiro as are not frequently puzzled by tho absanco of hi3 colored persons aro generally pallid dog The nntTrmi was iroqucntly absent weak of short stature and of but little half a day at a time and last week was muscular strength Malarious infection missing for two days His owner ad ver not usually fatal by itself seems to tbed for him and on tho following day impoverish tho blood and render the by a man who had dis children of Europeans frail and liablo to he was returned covered bis peculiar mania It was for succumb early to disease Tho children riding on street cars He will get aboard of Portuguese and Italians suffer least of any car he sees and ride until hois but Germans French Belgians and other put off Mr Jaeger proposes now to get persons from climates very different a season ticket good on all street rail from that of Brazil are warned that jroads and attach It to tho dogs collar prosperous colonization can only bo efÂ¬ to that tho animal may Indulge hisLStreet fected by a crossing with races better car propensities in a proper and legal adapted t6 hot climates Arkansaw way Chicaco Hail Traveler J A row of white metaTbuttorls a black or yellow face a haughty air a tipj or perchance there bo few travelers abroad the Bame buttons the samo face but too meln of haughtiness no tip Thus has been described the sleeping car porter of America He isnt such a bad fellowj after alL Ho is a good judge of human nature olid when his almost Unlimited experience In casual study of it is con Â¬ sidered thero can bo no wonder that tho sleeping car porter looks with disdain upon that which makes greater men stare that he is sometimes curt in man- Â¬ ner and at others surly When curt he is out of patience when surly he has rid- Â¬ den 400 milis without a sign of a tip and with tho loss of a half dozen towels and a pillowslip These tho poor fellow must account for ho well knows and with nothing of recompense from tho weary traveler whoso every beck and call ho has answered until his legs are going back on him it is no wonder that he is sour and that his answers to thotrouble Boruo old ladys many demands aro lack- Â¬ ing in spirit and fully unsatisfactory to the fussy Lunch of femininity who would ask the porter to fan her all day and never put up a cent The old porter not Iho sallow greasy fellow who stands at the end of his car for tho first week or month or year but tho old porter the fellow whose locks have beconio gray in tho service can tell many an interesting story between tho hundred fragmentary remarks to inquir Â¬ ing passengers while tho train lies in the station just before going out on its run He remembers all about tho great men he has looked after in his day ho can tell you to a half number Iho size of this presidents boot or that governors shoe ho can tell yoii what tho company is making on this run or tliat run if you ask him in a confidential way ho knows a green traveler when he sees him and can spot a man who was never in a sleeper before tho moment he rests his eyes on him ho knows the newly mar- Â¬ ried couple as they pass sheepishly up tho aislo and cast blushing glances at each other Just before 9 oclock most any evening one can find young and old sleeping car porters in plenty at tho Union depot There are numbers of them there as early as 5 in tho afternoon but in order to see the old fellows in the greatest number it is well to bo on hand after 8 oclock If you catch one of the old porters in a bright mood at this time and ask him the name of tho richest man he ever waited on in a sleeper he will promptly say Jay Gould Tho great rail Â¬ road magnate does not ride in a common sleeper with tho herd of earth any more but he used to and there are few of the real old porters now running who did not black tho famous financiers shoes and brush his clothes some time or other before the great Gould had risen to his present greatness Tho question nt once arises Was Gould a liberal passenger The old porter would answer emphatic- Â¬ ally that lie was not Tho Brooklyn divLv Rev T De Witt Talmagc is a general favorite with sleepÂ¬ ing car porters tho continent over This good old gentleman travels a great deal in filling his lecture dates and ho fre-Â¬ quently finds it necessary to rest his weary bones on one of the bunks of a sleeper Before turning in ho always makes it a point to get acquainted with the porter and have a merry chat with him When he arises in tho morning he gives his largo shoes a careful looking over smiles one of those broad smiles of his and if the porter happens to bo about ho remembers him If tho porter isnt handy the great divine looks him up and calls his attention to the fact that he is about to bo tipped Talmage like many great men who occasionally get oil to themselves where they are either not known or not recognized stoops to gabble with persons of a degree that his good flock in the City of Churches would not care to sec him mingle with European travelers in this country find high favor in the porters eyes for they tip liberally Theatrical parties are in bad odor with tho sleeping car fellows for it is said they never think of the por- Â¬ ter But with all his disappointments and bad luck the black servant grows gleeful when ho discovers a brand new groom ou his car Such a person is gen- Â¬ erally a fish The experienced porter rarely makes a mistake in picking him out and liandled well he always develops something worth working for In the first place tho shoes must be blacked several times daily all signs of dust or lint must bo kept away from tho young mans clothing and bitsof choice scenery along the line of the days ride should be pointed out to tho blushing bride Tho green traveler who has never been in a sleeper before is of little profit to the student of Eorter but he furnishes thatamusement nature a world of The sleeping car porter of America is a national emblem He will live here but when he attempts to cut a wide swath abroad he is a failure It is said that ono of the guild once thought Europe would be a fine field for an at- Â¬ tentive and experienced servant liko Ho went to France Russia himself Germany England and Italy but ho found none of tholiberality of the trav- Â¬ eler who rode with him in America After going all over the countries named he at last brought up at Genoa He looked about the town and in his walk canto upon the ball of the town counciL Ho entered the anteroom and while standing there caught sight of a bust at ono end of the apartment He went over and stood in front of it then ho got on his knees tnd removing his hat raised his eyes to tho bust and said I thank you for discovering America It was the bust of Columbus that tho homesick porter bo wed to An American witnessed tho scene and taking compas- Â¬ sion on his emblematic countryman paid his way back to tho United States Kansas City Times The Decline of YTrestllnc It is on record that Henry VHI hlm solf who was something much more than an amateur athlete continued to keep up his practice in wrestling among other muscular exercises even after his acces-Â¬ sion to the throne But the example of the merry monarch though dear to the manly tastes of tho people could not avert tho reaction which tho spread of the new learning and the decline pf chivalry were rapidly bringing about among the upper classes to some extent even under tho later Tudors Still more when the Puritan movement acquired strength in tho country wrestling among other out of door sports sank to a lower level of popularity than it had ever pre- Â¬ viously touched in England Peacham in his Compleat Gentleman published in 1622 went so far as to say that throw- Â¬ ing the hammer and wrestling were low class sports not so well becoming no- Â¬ bility but rather soldiers in a camp neither havo I read or heard of any prince or general commended for wrestling save Spaminoudar and Acbmat the last em- Â¬ New Review peror of Turkey As is well known lizards of all colors and sizes abound In Italy They lio bask Â¬ ing on all tho stones they run along all tho walls they peep out at every chink and crevice but as soon as they hear tho faintest noiso they disappear with light Â¬ ning speed and it is hard to see them near and to observe them closely Walk ing carelessly and noticing tho dear littlo animals darting now here now there 1 remembered tho Greek statue of Apollo Sauroktonos who Is always represented as busied with a lizard Apollo god of tho sun and Of music Suppose I tfy I thought and softly quite softly I began to whistle a dreainy old German air and behold a lizard lies Btill as though rooted to the spot raising its littlo head in n listening attitude and looking at mo with his sharp littlo eyes Without stirring I continued my melody Tho lizard camo nearer and nearer and at last approached quite close always listening and forgetting all his fears As soon however as tho whistler mado tho slightest movement it vanished into some crevice but to peep forth again a mo Â¬ ment after and to listen once more as though entirely entranced A delightful discovery and one of which I extended the field of observation daily At last as many as eight or nino of theso littlo music lovers would sit around me in the most comio attitudes Nay two of them a mother and its young one would sit awaiting mo a3 I arrived whistling at tho samo hour of day sitting on a large stone under which was probably their home With these tod I mado some further experiments After having mado music to them for awhile I cautiously went a fow steps fur- Â¬ ther whistling on in soft drawling tones such as I had found they best loved to hear and see verily they followed mel Watching them with intense interest 1 continued to whistle as I walked On slowly halting every few paces arid being slletit wltilo I halted and truly tho littlo creatures followed slowly it is true but in a straight line at a distance of about fifteen steps until at last un Â¬ happily the heavy tread of a peasant put them to flight But my experience had lasted long enough to malTe me under- Â¬ stand the Apollo Sauroktonos and I once more reverenced tho keen native obser-Â¬ vation of thoso old Hellenes Besides this tho legend of tho Ratcatcher of Hamelin suddenly became much mon credible Leisure Hours The Upper Berth A Pullman sleeper conductor Every- Â¬ body who wants a berth in a sleeper wants the lower bertii I have been in the employ of tho company for fourteen years and I havo never yet had an appli- Â¬ cation for an upper berth Of course tho upper berth is not so easy of access as tho lower but if you dont mind climb- Â¬ ing to tho upper berth you will at once admit after tho night is over that it is the more comfortable of tho two Tho ventilation is better and you are not so closo to tho rumbling noise You are more private than you are in a lower berth and in case of accident you have a chance of coming out on top In hot weather tho upper berth is cooler than the lower The lower berth as you know Is made up from tho cushioned seats which aro of warm material I have never known a man to fall out of an upper berth I think if the company would make a dif- Â¬ ference of a half dollar in favor of the upper berth it would soon be in demand But I believe the Pullman company never makes any difTerenco in tho charges Chicago Tribune The Electric Piano been asked dozens of times if tho new invention that plays the piano by an electrical attachment will not de-Â¬ crease tho number of students of piano playing when it comes to bo generally known I think not The electric piano plays just as well as can possibly be done with hands and fingers and all tho ex- Â¬ pression and all tho accuracy aro there But nevertheless it is not the skilled pianist with intelligent fingers and sym- Â¬ pathetic face who is producing tho music and one listens to it with a dis-Â¬ tinct feeling that something is lacking One wants to see tho person who is mak Â¬ ing the music Tho Invention I suppose will bo used largely in concerts where several pianos aro needed and good time must be kept and it may do much good in teaching But nothing mechanical can ever take the place of the trained piano musician Pianist in St Louis Globe Democrat ITS PECUNIARY REWARDS ARE PARATIVELY SMALL There Aro Many Itcasons Why It Is Well That This Should Be So Undercurrents of Enjoyment Tho Superficial Way of Valulfic the Worlu of Men Tho tendency of tho present ago is to place a pecuniary value upon everything and to underestimate or hold in con tempti ahything which cannot at Will bo turned into cash That this is a superficial incorrect and vulgar way of estimating tho value of things cannot bo questioned but it is equally truothat nowhere is this tendency more pronounced than in this country Mllleta Angelus Is likely to attract wider public attention and bo valued more highly than any other paint Â¬ ing simply because it lias cost more and no other means of advertising could have been more effective THKY NEVER STRUCK I have Intellectual labor can claim no such advantage to give it charm in the popu Â¬ lar eye nor can it hold out tho attrac Â¬ tion of great pecuniary rewards to young men choosing a career such as many of the commercial activities of tho present time can safely promise When it is remembered that clergymen lawyers physicians writers of all kinds and art- Â¬ ists are picked men with more than av-Â¬ erage talent and of many years of ex Â¬ pensive disciplino and experience it is evident that their pecuniary rewards are small compared with thoso of many other callings requiring no greater talent and far less preparation Tho moment such a topio Is suggested countless illustrations como to mind of tho inequality between tho service ren- Â¬ dered to tho world and tho pecuniary return that tho world has been willing to give Milton received 5 for Para Â¬ dise Lost a host of authors whoso names aro inseparably connected with the chief glories of English literature Including Johnson and Goldsmith al- Â¬ most starving in London Heine and De Mussct dying in garrets in Paris with tho financial straits to which Carlyle Matthew Arnold and even Emerson were often reduced are striking examples of the truth running all through ancient and modern history that great thinkers are not rewarded in money by tho gen- Â¬ eration which they adorn Of a certain class of literary workers this Is always true The works of Her Â¬ bert Spencer widely as they aro known and great is has been their influence upon contemporary thought havo never yielded their author an annual support Great pecunia y prizes are frequently won by striking somo popular chord and the growth of habits and of facili- Â¬ ties for reading havo mado tho rewards of literary labor greater now than ever before but nevertheless tho worlds thinking is still largely dono for it gratu- Â¬ itously Tho greater number of literary aspirants aro obliged like the Edinburgh reviewers to cultivato literature upon a littlo oatmeal and tho majority of professional men aro compelled to live in modest circumstances and with the practice of a rigid economy There aro many reasons why it is well that this should bo so There is a certain degree of self denial which seems neces- Â¬ sary to the attainment of tho strongest influenco over mankind Tho thoughts and labors of many a man living in pov- Â¬ erty and sacrifice havo a weight which would never bo given them if it were known that they were well paid This has always been recognized by tho great majority of literary workers and conÂ¬ sidering the degreo of their deprivations they havo not been discontented at giving their labor to tho world without ade- Â¬ quate return They havo never struck for higher wages THE REWARDS lodging When the duckhas selectedTa placo sho gathers grass and sticks and builds her nest Then she plucks tho soft down from her breast and makes wonderful mat which not only covers tho bottom of the nest but rises so far above tho edgo that it can bo folded over tho eggs when tho duck leaves tho nest in search of food When tho six or eight eggs ore laid they aro seized together with tho valu Â¬ able eider down mat by tho people of tho -- house and tho duck goes off in sorrow to her mate who awaits her on the shore as his courage never rises to such a pitch as to lead him into the house The duck somewhat wiser than be- Â¬ fore proceeds to build another nest out of doors and as her own down feathers aro exhausted sho calmly plucks tho drakes breast 83 bare as her own After this outrageous treatment ho goes off in disgust and rejoins his companions at sea This time tho duck 13 allowed to hatch her brood without human inter Â¬ ference But whenever sho leaves tho nest two or threo egg aro liable to bo stolen by some other duck who has a nest near by The marauder carefully folds the down coverlid over the robbed nest again and carries tho stolen eggs to her own nesL In this way tho eggs aro changed about so that a duck may finally hatch out a brood containing not asinglo ono of her own offspring As soon as tho ducklings aro all hatched out tho mother or foster mother if undisturbed endeavors to lead her flock to the shore This march to tho sea is to the duck- Â¬ lings wlmt teething is to human infants the most trying time of their lives for tiiey are exposed to the attacks of birds of prey and other enemies Usu- Â¬ ally the islanders interfere again at this point bat now their interference benefits the ducks as well as themselves They gather tho down and carry the ducklings tn baskets to tho shore tho old ducks following them very contentedly When the shore is ached the baskets are emptied into th water Tho old ducks plunge in and after a good deal of commotion swim out to sea each fol- Â¬ lowed by a flock of ducklings somo of which she liaa Jievcr been before The duck does not always niako her first nest in a house of course and if tho first nest is not disturbed sho will simply hatch her brood and put to sea with them and tho drako will not bo robbed of his feathers But the islanders aro very watchful and tho first nest rarely escapes no matter wh ro it is built Sometimes the ducks down is sufficient to supply tho cond Tiest and in this case the drake remait3 with his family This nest i3tlin robbed also and the poor duck is forced to begin a third with tho help of the drakes down feath- Â¬ ers The rulo among tho eider down hunters is to rob every nest until tho drakes feathers which differ in color from those of his mate appear among the down When this occurs it is known that the pair will build no more that year and so the eggs aro allowed to hatch in order to preserve the species A single nest will furnish at least an ounce of down which is worth on tho epot about twenty fivo cents of our money As the birds visit tho island in vast numbers tho collection and sale of tho down mats is an important source of income to tho inhabitants L B Fletch- Â¬ er in New York Homo Journal Â¬ UFFER oil OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC 2ZK 20000 OF WORTH 3 MILES THE SHORTEST f CLOTHING of his own selection for which he paid CASH and got liberal discounts that he proposes to give to his customers 8 Hours the Quickest BETWEEN Cincinnati and New Oricais TIME 27 HOURS ENTIRE TKAIXS Run STOUFFER INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE BAUUAGK CARS DAY COACHBH AND BLBEPBRS Through Without Change mlaslIstCsilelgHiiiiliiiii HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS 110 MILES THE SHORTEST 7 HOUKS THE QUICKISSP BKTWBBK mm STOUFFER to THE OLDEST CLOTHIER Jacksonville Pkrida Cincinnati TIME 28 HOURS The Only Line Rtiaiiittg Through bleeping Cars Cincinnati tt JaeK sonville Without Cttnge h P rSuSftv THE SHORT LLSTE FROM JUNCTION CITY TO CHATTANOOGA fl ifi RICHMOND And knows precisely what you want BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN JACKSON VICKSBURG Her h Ms Overcoats hi fi Elegant Prince Alberts Nobby Cutaways New Cuts in Sacks J2 iHi IjjuJ MOBILE-Close Connection Made at New leans uitli SH4bent PiieiWe and Texas Pueifi for Or- Â¬ J j Texas Mexico 12 Hours Quicker Hwh California any ether Lme d Direct Connection Made at ShrevpKt Willi Texas ami 1jteifte Ry without Transfer for HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES Nothern Tesas Hezico California and the West aAirees tSTFor Rates Ma its FRANK W WOOMSY Trav Pa s Agt Lexington Ky or C S BARRRTF Trav PaM Agt CtMUattooga Tmm i -- A PROFUSION 0- F- UNDERWEAR EXTENSIVE LINE OF J C Geul MgT Gault Cincinnati D O Edwakims Gen Pat O At 0EtXO3BCjVEO3Jri 1 I NECKWEAR AND EVERYTHING A Bnivo llescue One Saturday night two men employed ELSE IN at a saw mill in Albemarle county Va named Clark Sutherland and A Martin started to go to their homes near North Garden distant about seven miles They were both mounted Martin having be- Â¬ hind him a nephew of tho former about 10 years of age Tho night was intensely dork Their course lay across Hardware river an ugly turlulent rocky stream dangerous at any time to cross On this occasion it was swollen from the frequent rains that had fallen When they came to tho ford Martin with the boy was in advance His horse had hardly entered the stream when he stumbled over one of the many large rocks that lay in their course and in trying to recover himself he entirely lost his footing and submerged both his riders Sutherland Imd not yet entered the stream as his horse had become unman- Â¬ ageable and from the darkness could not tell what had occurred Martin after some time managed to get out and not until he reached the shore did Sutherland learn what had happened and that his nephew was being washed down stream Ho only waited to hear that the boy was still in the water when with the rapidity of a deer Sutherland is a strong athletic courageous young man he sprang down the side of the stream calling to the boy but not until he had run about half a mile did he reÂ¬ ceive a response so feeble as to be hardly heard He plunged into the water at a point where it was more dangerous than any in the neighborhood to enter Only in Â¬ tent however on saving the lad ho thought not of his own danger and in the shortest possible time reached the nearly drowned and frozen child whom he bore in his arms to the shore Tho first words of tho littlo follow after re-Â¬ covering his speech was Uncle Clark I knew you would save mo and not let me drown Philadelphia Press I have purchased the property f the said Company and will keep on ImmmI all of the bet varieties f GentsTumishig Goods A Dlsznstcd Cat In somo way a cat found its way into a cyclorama building a few days ago The man in charge attempted to chase tho trespassing feline through tho door but the cat evidently thought thero was a better way of escaping tho rising tem- Â¬ per of tho irate man It looked cau- Â¬ tiously about as if to avoid stepping on the prostrate forms of heroes slain in the battle Finally its eyes caught sight of a tree A projecting limb hung pretty low and hero the cat thought to find a place of safety It gave ono leap and no doubt was tho most disgusted cat in Portland when it learned by sad ex- Â¬ perience that the tree was on tho can Â¬ vas It picked itself up and slowly slunk through tho door down the stairs and out of tho building Portland Ore gonian Way to Equatorial Provinces The routes are two Tho quicker is down tho Red Sea to Suakim thence by caravan 2 iO miles to Berber thence by nuggar or steamer to Khartoum thence 1010 miles to Lado also by water A very quick trip without delays would be forty days The other route is by river 500 miles to Assouan six miles by rail around tho first cataract 120 miles by water to Korosko nine days by caravan to AbouHammed and thence by wafer and caravan to Berber and tho rest of the journey as before The desert journey from Korosko to Abou Hammed is a hard one with water at but one place on the route but it is taken to cut off the great hend of tho Nile which is full of rapids CoL H G Prout in Scribner Oldest Newspaper In the World The oldest newspaper in the world is The King Pau or capital sheet which is published at Peiin Chita It first ap- Â¬ peared in the year 011 and since 1312 has not missed a single issue For the first few hundred years all the work on The King Pau was done with brushes At present it prints three editions daily and has a circulation of 14000 copies St Louis Republic Few of tho great writers of tho world have not been more or less under subjec- Â¬ tion to this stern mother of invention Whether this was best for them or not tho world has freely left them so It has often refused bare existence to its most richly endowed members except on condition of earning by manual labor the rewards which the fruits of their in- Â¬ tellectual toil were not thought worthy to receive It might have been thought that tho latter part of tho eighteenth century could have mado a better use for itself and posterity of its rnost exquisite genius for song than to have made him an ex-Â¬ ciseman in tho Scottish lowlands or that Charles Lamb or Nathaniel Haw- Â¬ thorne could have been better employed than tho ono as a clerk in tho India office and tho other as a custom house officer in Salem It was poor discernment as well as inadequate reward of genius to havo left Thoreau with tho larger part of tho edition of Walden on his hands and to havo allowed Corot to havo re- Â¬ tained an almost unbroken collection of his own paintings until ho was OOyears old It would be unjust however to speak as if tho rewards of intellectual toil were confined to or mainly represented by cither tho recognition of mankind or pe-Â¬ cuniary returns In no other sphere of life can so much happiness of a high and noble kind be found Whoever has fitted himself by whatever expense of time and toil to appreciate tho best that has been said and dono in tho world to take part however humbly in molding public opin- Â¬ ion and in contributing to the advanco of tho race toward better conditions has entered on a career which may have its deprivations its perplexities and discour- Â¬ agements but has also an undercurrent of enjoyment that nothing can wholly disturb The physician who has saved a valuable life tho clergyman who clears away tho mists of superstition from the minds of a large congregation and gives them a vision of religious things in their true rationality and beauty or the states- Â¬ man author or editor who aiils in lifting his generation up above itself can afford to bo ill paid in mere money Such mens payment comes in different coin in a daily Increasing personal worth in tho satisfaction of thinking tho best thoughts of the time in tho con- Â¬ sciousness of contributing to the worlds advancement and in tho increasing grati Â¬ tude and affection of tho best men and yvomen Providcnco Journal J IB I3o T STOUFFER FIKST STREET The yard is eay of aeeeen Vvm desiring to haul tlieir nwti ewi wttt not have to cross tlie milrutMl I respectfully request a liberal pat- Â¬ ronage of the eiliseUH of both eooWy and cily 13- T S BRONSTON COAL J A G WILLIAMSON CITY I knginkkk Civil Engineer and Surveyor Surveys made for Rail way h Turn- Â¬ pikes Roadways Estimates sivefl Farm drainage Towu JLoia tehl oif GENERAL LAND SURVEYS MENS YOUTHS AND BOYS Lilies retraced Special aUenttea given to topograph ieal maps ami piafo f CerrefpetMi farms and other lamls enee solicited with parties bilereeted surveys of lamte iu itfrOttBtaht enun in lies of Kentucky iSTOniee City Hall RfeltBMMHlKy 9- - 31 OVE RCOATS HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES KTJD mo 11 11 Carnages I J 2- - NEW BUGGIES NEW PHET0NS NEW SDRRIES NEW SULKIES NEW CARRIAGES What does Charlio Marie Youthful Affection 6ay in his letter Hes going to California for two years Im so glad I Glad Why yes I can go to tho theatre with George without having to break off Epoch my engagement with Charlie The History of Batter Butter which is almost indispensable nowadays was almost unknown to tho ancients Herodotus is tho earliest writ- Â¬ er to mention it The Spartans used butter but as an ointment and Plutarch telhi how the wife of Deiotorous once re- Â¬ ceived a visit from a Spartan lady whoso presence was intolerable because she was smeared with butter Tho Greeks learn- Â¬ ed of butter from the Scythians and the Germans showed tho Romans how it was made Tho Romans however did not use it for food but for anointing their bodies Exchange A Success of Failure Lucy sobbing Papa its too uL Jack has failed and of courso yon wo wont let mo many him Pater reassuringly Nonsense child Ho pays just fifty cents on tho dollar Saves the other fifty cents Ncxttimo hell pay only tweuty fivo cent3 and sava seventy five Take him and be happy I j w Pittrn Bulletin -f negativoevidence that the fow forks inMy vehicles are all new ami of the jSl13 cluded in tho silverware of the middli very latest patterns They are for sale ages were not used as forks are used to-Â¬ on the most reasonable terms If you day Sinco kitchen forks served as spite want a vehicle come and see me sad and for holding roasts it is probable that you wont go home without one the high born lords and ladies of those 6- JOHN DONELSON times who only appear to have possessed these instruments used their silver forks for toasting their bread at tho breakfast room fire There is some direct evidence ILL AT CORNER that they were employed to hold sub stances particularly disagreeablo or inconvenient to handle as toasted cheese which would leavo an unpleasant smell or sticky sugared dainties or soft fruits the juico of which would stain tho fin Â¬ gers Only ono incident is related of tho usu of tho fork in tho Nineteenth century fashion This wa by a noblo lady ol Byzantium who had married adogooi Venice and continued in that city to eat EIDER DOWN after her own custom cutting her meat How the Elder Duck Makes Its Nest and very finely up and conveying it to hei What Becomes of It mouth with a two pronged fork Tho Tho wonderfully 6of t and warm sub Â¬ act was regarded in Venice according stance which wo call eider down is pro- Â¬ to Pictrus Damianus as a sign of exces Â¬ duced by tho cider duck an inhabitant sive luxury and extreme effeminacy It of the Arctic ocean It is proper to call suggeeti a probability that tho fashion theso birds inhabitants of tho ocean for of eating with forks originated at tho they pass tho greater part of their lives imperial court of Byzantium and thenco far out at sea only coming to land for a extended to tho west Some hundreds littlo while in spring for the purpose of of years Imd still to pass before it could laying and hatching their eggs bo domiciliated in Europe for this dogea Wishing to have as fow Goods on hand as possible at the end of They are very awkward on land but Byzantino wifo lived in tho Eleventh ore wonderful swimmers and divers de century whilo tho fashion of eating with the year when we take an acconnt of stock wo will from now up to scending twelve fathoms below the surÂ¬ forks did not become general till tho January 1st oiler at GREATLY eb face of tho water and remaining sub- Â¬ Seventeenth century Exchange Fsris yean at 37 Court Place bow at merged as long as five minutes at a time Their food consists principally of mol The Shahs Cat Show lusks which they pick up from the bed Xrrfqtufyrtoeatadkal takUy mulflad yhjwitUm nlto A funny incident is related by an At- Â¬ of tho sea vnamm ww BMK ueuwntl i Cum all farms of PRJVi Their favorite laying places are certain lanta lady who has just returned from AX CHRONIC and 6mall low islands off tho coast of Nor- Â¬ Europe Tho shah of Persia was passing through the mountains of England whilo OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS We have a fine Impotesey Spermatorrhea and way which aro called eider holms uUnmnrMtb t tad prut mini t w nl Tho birds visit theso islands in pairs sho was there With him he had his faÂ¬ variety of twtrmntrteaMef vorite pet a lovely cat who was being n cc lvtgcffKXrrM BteTi ii MMfiM which present a striking contrast in apÂ¬ rta by dnuu Wann t 8ilDiwiiimwy transported in a satin lined basket as be- Â¬ gjefao ttmm in JLm pearance tho drakes being brilliantly Ak wfrrmc BexnJ C farina f Idea Lm colored in black white and green whilo came her royal catship When a lonely Mtrcrf SYPHELIS it3i pas3 was reached Miss Pussy happening the females aro of a dull reddish brown Strtctan ChrcttHi BK c H GLEET erlrala diiauii to thrust her head out of tho basket esÂ¬ matching the color of tho scanty vegeta Â¬ rifea miaif aftrkn4 ftkggTUattartgrfchawtoyfjWi tion co perfectly that even a practiced pied a cat walking along who belonged aHT MmifM deal akS to a lonely hut nearby Out jumped tho TTmldini hunter can hardly discover them when lmaaJKnMiMircui JTk tm ktr cat and away she went and although TlmHaatmtolBCWitft safari they crouch down among the reeds cxaran aarvfccrft udBtfUyky maa many hours were spent in pursuit of hor On coming ashoro the duck proceeds Cnres Guaranteed la all Cases TJ fl tytt Ir AW very deliberately to choose a place for a she never was found Tho shah offered pTaatBT or wr imrr w km mw Ghtvrgu i rtftoMy m tMt mwnJwirn nest whilo the drake follows and occa- Â¬ 2000 for her recovery but she was not recovered Upon reaching tho nearest sionally gives warning of real or fancied town PRIVATE COUNSELOR of 00 ordered that a cat show danger Tho duck is very hard- - to suit bo given note which all tha cats in tho to M cvskk 3mM M md all IMn and it is not an unusual thing for her neighborhood were bidden A prizo of Infactrauy thintf one confd wish in COLORED DRESS GOODSv after examining all likely spots out of 2000 was again oered for tho finest dnors to march boldly into a house and cat but among the hundreds of cats ex Â¬ Our stock of BLAOK DRESS 1300DS ft very complete and we can ioolly select what she considers a suit hibited pussy a dear familiar face was please the most fastidious Do not fail to fake advantage of these Win Jos 3 uble place for her nest such as the oven iioccr KQCZX OUT PRICES if It happens to be unused- - at the time Exasperating Oocailoui Tho human inmates of tho house wel Â¬ We have one hundred male eMsaI There are two times when a man thinks come her gladly cupply her with food -eighty flva yearling for sato Strtetty a womans hat is too high One is wheu and cheerfully submit to any small iu geod aad sold la sumhen to ll twr is of him at tkortlay and tin convacioBces like the temporary lose of it in front Qsasers Bix ralhrs est rf Rrebtmnut other is when it is his wiitand he lias ea theeiwqttpike tlieir oven for they know that their gemt to pay j jgJFWafeo have a few CLOAKS we wilj close out at cost for IJ Detroit Fru Prew 17-A C9LTJUS will pay a gfifid price for her board aad Â¬ It seems clear enough in the light History of the Fork of FURNISHING GOODS BOCK BOTTOM PRICES Til 1MSE MD W I Mill W A POWELL CO DRESS GOODS MARKED DOWN Preparatory to Taking Stock asisg -- REDUCED PRICES Colored Henriettas Pancy Plaids Etc Etc i rk Novelty Patterns Serges Fr 1 fe VS 1 185 Mbs For Sale CR00KE BEN1TT I URMSTON HHB P I CLEOPATRA T- FR Beinrf aa Account of ths Fall and Vengeance of Karmnchis the Rojsl Egyptian AS SET rOETH 3T TUB OWE IIAHD Br IL Rider Haggard pi w Author of She Solomons Mines Allan Quntermaln Eta Eta Etc IClng mli XBusBtrr3nclTOES BTT-T mfrrrnmrtrrrrr tSua CAX01T TTOCO- - tn I di e AN CHAPTKS 3CXH UZETtSO or RAIUt09 Mini ths learned OITX7CJ HBR FTEECK Willi HIM COHIBO or oltmmjs urao T3trrtiiCEor exxo- TOB COM HA 83 Or CLEOrAXRA r llUi i fwia ti lc 9 1 H Ik a 1 c h I T V r t t 1 1 J 1 ured tapestries tbe rags rVU Syrian crd add all this lax-UBr 7 betaoagat Hie of tbe SSMKieV toai i of tbe Harpers that is s WSeIt st Tane and of tbe atee b QQJ loaf jears of dark lose ne3 and preparation I sat awl crouched a rag nigh to tbe door lay the aged Amiia 1 bite ir Iter hair as scow -- nil f arirrlcd trUi rge tbe wrinkled countassceof tbe woman vrtto when all xt hoi yet dung to Hie la ber prcut lave feweUfoK ray great stes Nine yours bum locf years and sow ooee ap un I set my foot in Alexandria 1 Ooee af iu is tbe appnicted rfrcle of things I came fort from tue solitnde of preparation U bo a fate to Ci ttra and this seeoad tier I rue not fortb to fan And yet bow eiauiTM toe drcaststanoet I was out of the etorr my part sonr was but tbe part of Mm snord bt the tend of Justice no more might I hope to mate Egypt free and great aad t upon aey lawful throne Kbem was last sad lost was I Uaratochis In tbe rush ad tanovil of ercots the Kreat plot wbere f I had been the p vol was covered up and arpeuea scarce dd a memory of it re aarftt The eaitin of dark Bight iras ctos fctg la aaoa the history of my ancteat raoc its very Ooda tr re tottering to their full already eould I la tle spirit bear tbe shriek of tbe Roman eagles as tbey flapped their win above the f urihest batiks of tbe dibor iuiMiity I ranged myself and bade Ataua so search a mirror and bring it to we that I mgat took taenia Aad this I saw a face shraakea and pallid whereon no Mniie came great eyes gretra wan with gating into darknes looi htg oat beneath tbe shaves bead emptily a 16 the bellow eye pts of tbe stall halting form wasted by abeti irrow and prayer a long wild heard rf iron gray thin blue veined haadfc that ever iremUod like i leaf bowed sbooi tera and Icaseaed limbs i lino and grief had aeae their work ludeed scarce could t think rrlf the same as when tbe Boyal 5plendor of my BarmacaU m alt itreagth and youthfu beauty I first bod iaahod upon tbe womans loveliness that Jht destroy me Aw yet wi bin me burned he same Are as of yore yet I was not jhaaged for time aad nef bad no power la altar the immortal spirit of man Soo like a bird may mm may come and gt E ma break its wibjts ay away t gam in the iron bars of Fate illusions may arambto as the cloudy towers of sunset fame Faith as running water may slip emnnealh our feet Solitude maystretoh Itself attmad as like the measureless desert sand Old Age may creep as the gathering ight over our bo wed beads grown boaryio thesrswase yea bound to Fortunes whed it may tate of every tarn ol coance new ram as Kjurs bow serve as slaves now bMvsow hate bow prosper and new per fc4u Act still through all we are tbe same far Ums is tbe marvel of Identity Aad as X sat and thought these things ic bitterness there came a knocking at the v9Kay LAD inrnyplamuark robe I sat in the Mst chamber of the boase that bad been made ready for me In a carves hoe fooled chair I eat and looted upon ia swlsgiag lamps of soeated oU the pict a y un tJ Open Atonal I said Hhe rose and did my balding aad a iwihii catered clod in tbe Grecian robes it was CeanaioB still beautiful as of old hat sad faced now and very sweet to see with a patient fire slumbering in ber down net eye She entered unattended and speaking bo word tbe old wife pointed to where I she said addressing me Old man lend me to the learned Olympus I come nana the Q wens business I nan and lifting my bead looked upon bar She gased aad give a little cry Barely she whispered gUncteg round sat aad went art sot that And she whom once thy foolish Yea I am be and what thou seest most fair lady Yet in HniinsibiB dead whom thoa didst love bat Olympus tUe skilled Egyptian waits nmm thy words UeaacT she saU and ef tbe past bat aoo word and then why let it lie Not westtvith all thy wisdom can t thou knew a true womans heart if thou dost beUeve IIamnar bi that It caa chau9 with the changes of tbe euwr form far then as- Â¬ suredly eould no love follow its beloved to that mst place et change tho Grave Know thou leamad PbyMotan 1 am of that flort who loving once love always and be- Â¬ ing not beloved again go Virgin to tbe beartdidlore That Harmacbig O Caarmioa Mke ecaood and having naught to say I bowed my head in answer Yet though naepbt I saU aad Uk ukb this womans pnsMoaatefoUyhadbcea the cause of all oar ruin to speak truth in secret I was thau uf ut to ber who vraood of all aad living In tins sjamalcfs Court bod still through years poured out ber unreturned 1it unsn an outcast and who when that pocr broken slave of Fortune came back in su H unlovely guxe did yet bold him dear at fceprt For oat man Is there who does cot prize that gift most rare and beautiful il luue perfect thing which no gold can lu a womans nafagned level I liaiiic thos that tboa didst not aa S forthebittor words which tliojuidstpourupaameiu those days that ji rodoad and far away ia Tarsus have Dt 1 their poisonoas sung aud in lay i 4irt is no nore place for tbe arrows of thy w Teaomed through thy solitary i iorfc o lot it be BeboMl Iputit from thstmldpisawBof my soul and she 1 ip ami stretched out ber hands as i aouj h m pre si sme unseen presence back I nt it frwn me though it I may There Usdoia Uormachis noamre d my love tro jble thee uoueh for wo i tiome more my ejjes behold thee before i ius thee from their sight JDjstre t r iiberbow when I wnold have died by thy i a Ituud tnuun ouMstuot slay buLdhnt ii mc live to plack tl bitter fruit of ru an J bo aocarscd by tibjoos of tbe had vrreitt and memories of tbee n 1 bad ruued Chsrruon well do I rBBXttber tlilnf rsiesaij -- re it i fc iiththr cupof punishmeitbect looalur ikon see irto there ef ray heart nnd reaa tnsreen the soCenng that I have borne borne with a smiiinc face thy Justice Avonldbe sctlsflod Indeed 1 Aad yet If report bctmeCharmIon thoa art the first ef all 1 be Court and therein tbe unst powerful and beloved Doth not Oravianu give it fortH that bo makes war net on Antony nor even on his mistress Cleopatra but on Cbarmion and Iras k Yen and think what it has been to me fins even of tay oath to tbee to bo forced t cat the b ood and do the biddings of one whoa so bitterly I bate one who has robbed me of tbee and who through the worldags of my jealousy brought ae to that which I am brought tbee to shame and all Egypt to its ruin t Can jewels and riches and tbe flattery of princes and nobles bring iurntness to snch a ont as I who am more wretched than the meanest scullion wcncbl Oh often bave I wept till I was Mind and tiies when the hour came I must arise aud tirs me and with a smile go do tbe iamug oi toe useea and that faea Antony May tbe Gods grant mo to see them dead ay tho twain of them then mysfltfsbaUIbaoeBtenttodle Hard hath boon thy lot Harmaehis but at least thou cast boes free and many is the time that I have onvied thee the quiet of thy haunted y cave O Caarmioa that then art mindful of thy oaths aad it is well for moMBis iHMir oi vengeance is at hand worked fortfeee In secret for thee and for the utter rub of Cleopatra and the Roman I have fanned tits passion and her jealousy I do perceive I am amWnl and in all things have I A and of all havo I caused report to be brought to CsBiar Listen thus stands the aatter Thouknowcst haw went ths fight atAeUasa ThMhor with her fleet Trent Cleopatra sorely against the wOl of Antony But asthma sesdest me word I estreated btet for the Queen vowing to him with ioars that did he leave her she weald die of grief and he poor slave believed me t she vrent and In tbe thick of the - fj- - wL ciioI fcaowsoi she made To folly jBavoeKMberoato wlokednessasdrilm ti tho road to tho banqueting chamber We passed on to find ourselves In a nar- Â¬ row passage and leaving tho eunuch to liortae door advanced till wo came too be shattered and sunk and bis great army surtala Throusb this wo went and found In Greece of twenty legions and twelvo ourselves In a vaulted chamber ill lighted thousand horses without a leader And all from tho roof On the further side of this this would no man b eve that Antony rude chamber was a bad of rugs aad therc tho smitten of the gods had fallen so deep aa crouched tho figure of a man cis face hid In shame Therefore for awhile the army tn the folds of his toga tarried and but now to uigh comes news Host nobio Aatony said Charmlon Brought by Canldias the General that Ira wing nea- - unwrap thy face and heark- Â¬ worn with doubt and bong at length sure en unto me for I bring thoo tidings that Antony bad deserted them the whole Then ho lifted up bis head Harrcd was of that great force hath yielded to Cxsar his face by sorrow his tangled hair grizAnd vrhere then is Antony i zled with years hung abouthis hollow eyes On a little isle in the Great Harbor hath and whlto on his chin was tho stubble of an he built hm a kabllatioa aad named it unshaved beard Squalid was his robe and Timonium because forsooth like Tlmon moro wretched bis aspect than that of the bo ones out oi the ingratitude of mankind poorest beggar at tho Tomplo gates To that hath forsaken him Aad there he lies this then had the love of Cleopatra brought smitten by a fuvcr of the miad and thither tho glorious and renewed Antony afore- Â¬ must thou go st dawn so wins the Queen time Master of Half tho World to curs lum of ma Lis and draw him to her What will ye with me Lady he asked arms for he he wi1 not sec nor knows bo who would perish here alone And who yet the fell measure of his woe But first is this man who comes to gaze on fallen and my bidding is to ca then instantly to Cleo- Â¬ forsaken Antony patra who fain would ask thy counsel This is Olympus noble Antony that loeae I answered rising Lead thou wise physician tho skilled in auguries of on whom thou hast heard much and who Cleo- And so we passed the palace gates and along the Alabaster Hall and presently ence agate I stood before tbe door of Cleopatras chamber aad oooe again Charmlon left me to warn her of my coming Presently she came bock aad beckoned to me Make strong tby heart she whis- Â¬ pered and soe that thou dost not betray tiyseif fur still are the ryes of Cleopatra keen Enter Keen indeed must they be to Pud Uar macfaU in the learned Olympus Hod I not willed it thyself tbou liadst not known me 1 made answer Cbarmion Then I entered rcmeraxrrcd place and listened onoa more to tbe spash of tbe fountain tbo scng of the and tbe murmur of tbe summer sea iVith bowed head nnd hailing gait I came till at length I stood before tlie couch of Cleopatra that same golden couch wbcreon she liad sat the night she did oeroomo me Tocn I gathered my strength and looked up There before me was Cleopatra glorious as WHO 13 THM MAX WHO COMES TO 0AZE OS TALLEX ASTOSr of old but oh how changed since that night tvbca I saw Antony clasp tier In bis patracvor mindful of thy welfare though arms at Tarsus Her beamy still clothed thou her like a garment tbo ryes were yet deep butlittle doth thee think of hers hath sent and unfathomable as the blue sea The face to minister to And can thy physician minister to a grief still splendid in its great loveliness And yet all was changed Time that could not such as my grief Can his drags give mo touch ber charms had stamped upon her back my galleys my honor and my peace Whatls presence such a look of weary grief as may Kayl Away with thy physician Hath out with not be written Passion beating ever ia tby tidings quick conquered itCassar Can Tell that fierce a art of hers had written his klius perchance thou shalt have a provinco record on ber brow and in ber eyes sbono me but that and for thy guerdon ay and if Octavianus is tbe sad light of sorrow Low I bowed before this most royal wom dead twenty thousand sestertia to fill its an who oooe had been my love and my de- treasury Speak nay speak not I fear the opening of Uiy lips as I never feared an struction and yet knew me not She looked up wearily and spoke in her earthly thing Surely the wheel of Fortune hath gone round and Canidius hath con- Â¬ slow well rememeertfd voioc quered Is it not so Kay out with it So tbou art come at length Physician How cailest tbou thyself Olympus Tis I can no morel O noble Antony I she said steel thy a name of promise for surely new that the Gods of Egypt hare deserted us we do heart to hear that which I needs must tell He hath need aid from Olympus TToll tbou hast a thee Canidius is in Alexandria learned air for learning goes not with fled fast and far and this Is his report For beauty Strange too there is that about seven whole days did the legions wait the coming of Antony as aforetime to lead thee which doth recall what I know not them to victory putting aside the offers of Say Olympus have we met before But ievcr O Queen have mv eyes fallen on the envoys of Ccfrrumored Antony came that Antony tbee in tbo body I answered lievcr not And then twas till this hour when I come forth from my bad fled toTamarus drawn thither by solitude to do thy bidding and cure thee of Cleopatra The man who first brought that talc to the camp tbe legionaries cried shame thy ills on ay and beat him to the death But Strange and even in the voice Pshaw tis some memory that I can not ever it grew until at length there was no more room to doubt and then O Antony catch Ia the body thou sayest then per thy officers slipped one by ono away to chance x know tbee in a dream Cosar aud where tho officers go thero the Ay O Queen in dreams havo wo met Thou art a strange man who talkest men follow Nor is this all the story for thus but if what I bear be true one well thy allies Bocchus of Africa Tarcondi learned and indeed I do mind me of thy motus of Cilicia Jllthridatos of Com counsel when tbou didst bid mo join my magene Adallas of Thrace Fhiladelphus of of Cappadocia Archelaus Lord Antony in Syria and how things befell Paphlagonla according to thy work Skilled must thou Herod of Judma Amyntas of Galatia Polo be in tbe casting of nativities and in tbe mon of Pontus and llalchus of Arabia all all have fled or bid their generals fly back law of auguries whereof these Alexandrian fools nave little knowledge Once knew I to whence they came and already their such another man ono Harmaehis and ambassadors do cravo cold Caesars clemshe sighed bat long is bo dead as I ency Hast done thy croaking thou raven in a would I were and at times I sorrow for She paused while I Bank my head poacocks dress or is there moro to cornel him my breast and stood silent upon asked the smitten man lifting his white Interpret me this Olympus In tho and trembhug face from the shelter of his Tell me more say that Egypts battle at that accursed Actium just as tho hands fight raged tteefcest and victory began to dead in all her beauty say that Octavianus smile upon us a great terror seized my lowers at tbe Canepic gate and that headed by dead Cicero all the ghosts of hell do audibly shriek oat tho fall of Antony Yea gather up every woo that can ocrwhclm those who once were great and loose them on the hoary bead of him whom In thy gentleness- - thou art still pleased to name the cobio Antony r Xay my lord I have done MIay and so have I dono don quite Tis altogether finished aad thus I done seal the end and snatching a sword from his couch he would indeci have slain him-Â¬ self had I not sprung forward and grasped his hand For it was not my purpose that he should die as yet since had ho died at that hour Cleopatra had made her peace with Cajsar who rathtr wished tho death of Antony than the ruin of Egypt Art mad Anloay Art indeed a cow- Â¬ ard cried Charmlon that tbou wouldst thus escape thy woes and leave tby partner to face the sorrow out alone Why not woman Why not Sho would not be long alone Theres Cassar to keep Octavianus loves a fair ber company woman In his cold way and still is Cleopa- Â¬ 8ET0BE HE WAS CLZOIMTSA HUT OU HOW tra fair Come now thou Olympus tbou CEAX6ED hast held my baud my dealing death upon me of heart and thick darkness scorned to fall myself advise myself tby wisdom Shall 1 Â¬ to Caaar nnd L Tribefore ray eyes uhUeia my ears a voice then submit umvir twice Consul and aforetime abso- Â¬ cried fy or p r and I fled But lute Monarch oi all the East endure to from my heart the terror leapt to the heart of Antony and lie followed after me and follow ia his triumph along those Roman thus was tbe battle lost Say then what wajs where I myself havo passed in tri- Â¬ umph God brought this evil thing about If Xay O Qaeen I answered it was no yield ay Sire I answered AHthou dost then art thou doomed last night God for wherein bast thou angered the Gods of Egypt Hast thou robbed tho X questioned of the Fates concerning thee temples of titeir faith Hast thoa betrayed andtliMlsaiv When tby star draws near the trust of Egypt Having done cono of toCassars it pales and is swallowed up these things how then can the Gods of but when it passes from his radiance then Egypt be wroth with thee Fear not twas bright and big it shines cqnal in glory to naught but some natural vapor of tho mind bis or n Ail is not lost cud while some that oercame tLy gentle soul made sick part remains every thiatmay be regained with the sight pnd sound of slaughter and Egypt can yet be held arm es can still bo as for ths njbie Antony where thou didst raised CfCar hath withdrawn himself he is not yet nt tbe gates of Alexandria nnd go needs must that hs should follow And as I spoUe Cleopatra turned white perchance nia bo appeased Tliyciindin and treuibW glancing at me the while to its fever hath flrcd tby body th u art sick find my meaning Itut well I knew that the aud canst not judge angbt See here 1 shall make tbee whole thing was of the arengiag Gods for by have a potion their wUi I mvs lf bad so ue band therein for well staled amlri tbo art of medicine Learned Olympus she said not an and I held out the phial A potion tbou sayest man ho cried ray Lord Antony is vroting my words More like it Is a poison aud thou a mur- Â¬ sick nad crazed with grief Like some poor hunle 1 slave ho bides himself inyonder sea derer sent by false Egypt who would fain girt tower na i shuns mankind yea oen lie nd of me now that 1 may no moro be of me he shuns whu for liU sake endures so service tn ber Tho head of Antony is the many voes Pmr Ibit is my bidding It peace offering she would send to Cmsar he f r whtnn I have lost all Give mo tby tbee To morrow nt the coming of the lntugbt iiht do than led by Cuannlon my waiting though boBy Bacchus I I will drink it it tbo vory elixir of Death s tafce b vt and row tbec to tbe Tower snd there erav or try say mg that ye bring Sir nnVc Antony it is no poison and Hilars from the army Then will he cause to lunmkrcr cm I See I will tastoitii o to l-- k 1 aud thou C mrmkm must thou v lit and 1 lieW furththo subtle po-heavy n wst latCaoidius bears mi that has pov i r to fire the veins of men reek this n it send And or CrciJhis hmeef I Gieitae Thysician Desperate men rhrn his gn is past da thou Olympus iccu llturef Why what is this nt is a ma ie drasglrt My sorrows t nun with thy draughts oohr Ok f 1 era to mil r ay like tltuqdec ckinls be-cui In so ma Ljeced vcrds -i tberi-utl-rgale and tbe spring oi ddrawLsri biekto mead 11 iviM yo1 -una blnmcs frr h upn the desert of my veil Do ioti Uis u thou fhait have rz an thrr cab t e Hint for 1 aro Oico mure kin 1 Antony nnd once nKT -s a sparkle is I Qtrv - 734 uuiiisia p UU VUoec wbc - ti a d hear tb thuudcrens shouts Ol e iiv wtl fr n Jn-iu- o rd Antoay Te wr r O h flo scTurrn ask i igsall Us doe and no r who have oame hither to do tby bidding to formed lines Theres hopo theres hope the end Yet may I see the cold brows of Cxsar So I went and summoning Atoua mado that Casar who never errs exoept from policy robbed of their victor bays and ready a certain poUen crowned with shameful dust Ay enrd Cbarmion there isyethope CUAPTES XXVTTL or raz dhaiso roars or axtont rnou If tbou wilt but play tho man t O my Lord THE TIMOaiXU BACK TO CXEOrATBA OF come back with us como back to tbeloving TBE riAST MADE Br CLEOPATUA AKD Or arms of Cleopatra All nlshtshe lies upon TRE KAXKER or DEATH Or EUDIISIUS TIIE hor golden bod and fids the hollow dark Â¬ STErARO ness with her groans for Antony I who en- Â¬ IT was yet dawn amored new of Grief forgets his duty and came Cbarmion once his love I come I come ShnmouponmothatI again ana we walked to the pri- dared to doubt her Slave bring water vate harbor of the and a purple robe not thus can I be seen Jrr3mV palace There tak of Cleopatra Even now 1 came In this fashion then did we draw Antony ing boat we rowed to thcislandmountwhere- - back to Cleopatra that tbo ruin of tbe on stands tbo Timonium a twain might be made sure We led him vaulted tower strong Into Cleopatras up the Alabaster Hall and cfaam nor where sho lay her And email and round we twain cloudy hair about her face and breast and having landed came to the door aad tears flowing from hor deep eyes O Egypt he cried knocked thereon till at behold me at thy length a grating was feetP sprang from the couch open in the door and an aged 8bo And art thrown eunuch looking forth roughly asked cur thou here m7 love she murmured then once again arc all thin gs well Como near business sad in theso arms forget thy sorrows and Our business is with tho Lord Antony turn my grief to joy Ob Antony while said Charmion Then it is bo business for Antony my love Is left to us still have we all And she fell upon his breast and wildly master sees neither man or woman Yet will be see us for wo bring tUiags kissed him Go tell him that the Lady Cbarmion brings That samo day Charmlon camo to mo and tiurogs from the army bade mo prepare a poison of the xaost dead ly power And this at first I woult not do The man wont and presently returned The Lord Antony would know if tho tidÂ¬ fearing that Cleopatra would therewith ings be good or ill far if 13 then will he make an end of Antony before tho time none of it for wth evH tidings hath he been Bat Charmiea showed me that this was not so and showed to me also for what pur overfed of late Way why tis both good and ill Open pose was tho pcison Thorefero X sum- Â¬ moned Atone tbe skilled in simples and slave I will make answer to thy master and sho slipped a purse of gold through tho all that afternoon we labored st tbo deadly work And whoa it was done Charmlon bar came on co more bearln g with her a ehoplet Well weH he grumbtedas heooksihj parse one times are nam osauicei vmuK of fresh roses that she bade me steep in tbe poison hardor for when ths liens down feed the jackal Give thy newslb This then I did if it debut draw the noble ABtOBjTmmrW That night eJ tho great feast of Cleo 1 Â¬ Â¬ signal to her squadron and putting about fled from the battle sailing for Pelopon- Â¬ nesus Ardnow mark tho end TTTicn Antony saw that she tras gone he in his madness took a galley and deserting all followed hard after her leaving his fleet to this ha ouroans I care not what It be Kow tho palace door is open and theres patra I sat nigh to Antony who was at her ildo and wore tho poisoned wreath Kow is the feast wont on fast flowed tho wine till Antony nnd the Queen grew merry And she told him of her plans and of how even now her guJeys were being drawn by the canal that leads from Bubastls on the Pelnslao branch cf the Nile to Clys ma nt tho head or tho Bay of Heraopolls For it was her design should Caaar proro stub- Â¬ born to fly with Antony and her treasure down tbe Arabian Gulf where Caar had no fleet and sock some new homo in India whither her foes might not follow But Indeed this plan camo to nothing for tho Arabs of Petra burnt the galleys incited thereto by a messago sent by the Jews of Alexandria who hated Cleopatra and wero hated of hor Kow when sho had made au cud of tolling him tho Qaeen called on blm to drink a cup with her to tho success of this new scheme bidding him as sho did so stoop his wreath of roses in tho wine and make tho draught morcsvect This then ho did and it be- Â¬ ing done sho pledged him But when he was about to pledge ber back she caught his hand crying JfeW whereat bo paused wondering Now among the servants of Cleopatra was ono Kudos his a steward and this Eudoslus seeing that tho fortunes of Cleopatra wore at an end had laid a plan to fly that very night to Cmsar as had done many of his betters taking with him all tbo treasures in tho palace that he could stcaL But this de sign being discovered to Ceopatra she de Â¬ Eudo3lm termined to bo avenged Eudosius she cried for the man stood near come hither thou faithful servant Seest thou this man most nobloAntonr through all our troubles ho hath clung to us and been of comfort to us Nowj therefore lie shall be rewarded according to his de- Â¬ serts and the mcasuro cf his faithfulness end that from tbino owu hand Givo bid thy gohlen cup of wine and let him drink a pledge to our success the cup shall be his guerdon And still wondering Antony gave it to the man who stricken in his guilty mind took it and stood trembling But he drank Â¬ r bu j us of empire fucnda andbouor Butp y las ho placer in poli- Â¬ tic nor could it turn c yf x t from tho path of vengeance It was ordained thatlsbould tread Casar drew high Pelusmm fell tho cr d was nt band Tva8 Charmlon who brought tho tidings to tbo Queen nad An- Â¬ tony as they slept In tho heat of tho day and with her I camo Awake This is ebo cried Awako no timo for sleep Soleuous hath surren- Â¬ dered Pelusiaut unto Cmscr who marches straighten Alexandria With a great o ith Anteny sprang up and clutched Cleopatra by the arm Tbou hast betrayed me by tho Gods I swear it Now thou shalt pay the price I And snatching up bis sword ho drew it sho cried Stay try hand Antony It is false nought know lor this I And sho sprang upon hm and clung about his neck weeping Sanest know I my Lord Taio thou the wife of Scleuecs and his lit tle cnlklren wbrra I held in guard and avenge thyself O Antony Antony why dost tbou doubt me Tbea Antony threw down his sword trpon samow iraa 1 Â¬ un tbo marble and cooling himself upon 0 couch hid his face and groaned in uc sof spirit But Charmion smiled for sho it was who had rect teen tly to Sciences her friend counseling hiia to sarrcnuir forthwith KRyiugtbnt at Alcxnnd la would no fight bo mado And that Very niht Cleopatra took all ber groat storo of pearl and emeralds a tboso that remained of the treasure of ull her wealth of goid obony Ivory and cinnamon treascro without price and placed It in tho nmuolccni of granite which after our Egvpian fashion sho had tltto Hcn-ka-r- tat Â¬ 1 Â¬ brlF- it tht Â¬ rie -- rao vd J- C a Qcc gp-r- -irl 2g2SSfifXKZ lojttliL 1 CJrKvV lSfeS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the bvly If is Those riches sho piled up upon n bedof iLthat whon sho fired it all might perish m tkesincs and escape the pred of money loving Octavianus And a this tMnb hticforth sho slept away Trom Anton- - b tiu tho daytime still she saw him at the palace Bt llule whIo after when Caar with all his great force badready crossed the Cancpic mouth of the Nile and was hard not on AlrxaBdr I nmo to tho palace whither Drink thou slave drink cried Cleo- Â¬ Cleopatra b A summoned me Tbcro I patra half rising from her seat end flashing found her In tu Aiaster Hall royally a fierce look on his white face BySerapis clad a wild light n ler eyes and with her ao surely as I yet shall sit in tho Capitol at Iras and Charmlon and before her guards Rome and thou dost thus flout the Lord and stretched hero and Iheroupoa the mar Antony Ill have theo scourged to tho ole bodies of dead nion among whom lay bonos and the red wine poured upon thy wo yet dr ng open wounds to henl them AM at length Greeting tboa Olympus sho cried- Why what is it good thou drinkest Hero is n sight to glad a physicians heart Surely then must Eudosius art sick men dead and men sick unto death this wine bo as tho water of jealousy of What doest thou O Queen I said those Jews that bath power to slay tho false and strengthen tbo honest only Go affrighted What do I I do justice on theso crimsome of you search this mans room me inals and traitors and Olympus I thinks he is a traitor Meanwhile tho man stood his bands to learn tho ways of death Six different havo I caused to be given to these poisons his head Presently he began to tremble slaves and with an attentive cyo have and then fell shrieking to tho ground Anon he was on his feet again clutching at watched their working That man and his bosom as though to tear out the Arc in sho pointed to a Nubian ho went mad and raved of his native deserts and his mother his heart He staggered with livid twisted face and foaming lips to whero Cleo- Â¬ Ho thought himself a child again poor fool patra lay watching him with a slow and and bade ber hold him close toiler breast and savo him from the darkness which cruel smile drew near And that Greek he shrieked Ah traitor thou hast it now sho said and shrieking cied And this ho wept and Prithee is death sweet Thou wanton yelled tho dying man prayed for pity aad in tho end like a cow- Â¬ thou hast poisoned mo Thus may st thou ard breathed hs last Now noto tho also perish and with ono shriek be flung Egyptian yonder he who stdl lives and groans tho first ho took tho draught tho himself upon her Sho saw his purpose and swift and supple as a tiger sprang to deadliest draught of aJ they swore and one side so that he did but grasp her Royal yet the slave so dearly loves his life he wdl not leave it I See ho yet strives to throw cloak tearing it from its omerald clasp Down he fell upon tho ground rol ing over the poison from him twice havo I given and over In the purple chiton till presently him the cup aad yet ho i a hirst What a he lay still and dead his tormented face drunkurd have wo here I Han man kao w and frozen eyes peering ghastly from its cst thou not that in death only can peace bo found Struggle no mure but enter into folds And even as sLo spok3 tho man rest Ah said the Queen with a hard laugh the slave died wondrous hard and fain with a great cry gavo up the spirit There she cried atlengta thofarcoi3 would have drawn mo with him Bee he hath borrowed my garment for a pall I Take played away with thoso slaves whom I forced through the difficult gates of Joy him away and bury him In his livery and sho clapped her bauds Bat when they What means Cleopatra said Antony had drawn tho bodies thenco she drew mo as the guards dragged tho corpse away tho man drank of my cup What is tbe to her and thus sho spoke t Olympus for all tby prophesies tho end purposo of this most sorry jest It serves a double ond noble Antony is at hand Carar must conquer and I and This vory night would that man havo fled my Lord Antony bo lot Now therefore to Octavianus bearing of our treasure with tbo pky being well nih done must I make him Well I have lent him wings for the ready to lcavo this ttago cf earth in such dead fly fast Also this thou didst fear fashion as becomes a Queen For this cause that I should poison thee my Lord nay I then do I mako trirl of theso oisons see- Â¬ know it See now Antony how easy were ing that ia my person must I soon endure it that I should slay thee if I had the will thoso agonies of death that to day I givo to That wreath of roses which thou didst steep others Theso drugs pleaso menot some wrench out the soul wih cruel pains and within the oup is dewed with deadly bane some too slowly work their cud But thou Had I then a mind to make au end of thee I had not stayed thy hand O Antony art skilled in the mcuiciucs of death Now henceforth trust me sooner would I slay do thou propare mo such a draught a3 And myself than harm one hair of thy beloved shall pangicss steal jny life away as I listened tlioscnso cf triumph filled my head See hero como my messengers bitter heart I kac wnow lhat by try own Speak what did yo find Royal Egypt this we found All things hand should tUs ruined woman die and tho in tho chamber of Eudosius are made ready justice of the God3 be done opoken like a Queen O Cleopatra I for flight and in bis baggage is much treas-Â¬ said Death shall euro thy ills and I will ure bicw such a wino as shall draw h m down a Thou hearesti said she smiling darkly sudden friend and sink theo in a sea of Think yo my loyal servants all that Cleopatra is ono with whom it is well to play tho slumber whence upon ti is earth thou shalt never wake again Oal fear not Death traitor Be warned by this Romans fate Then agreat silence of fear fell upon the Death is thy truo friend j and surely sin- Â¬ less asd pure cf heart shalt thou pass into company and Antony sat also silent the dreadful presence of the Gods Sao trembled And if tho heart bo not altogether pure tell mc thou dark man LEARNED OLTiirCS AT UnXTX POISON- inE what then Nay I fear not the Gous for If xsos ppEBcn or astost to ins cattaixs tho God3 cf Hell bo men tbcro shall I FAsoIKQ OF 1S13 7U02C THE tKD or KHEU queen it also At tbo least having once OW must I Har- Â¬ been royal royal shall I over lie maehis make speed And cs sho spoke suddenly from tho pal- Â¬ with this my task ace gates camo a great clamor and the noise sotting down that of joyful shouting Why what Is this sho ssid springing which is permitted shortly as wEjeyfSt L cs and leaving may from her couch Antony Antony I rasa tbe cry An- Â¬ be much untold For of this tony hath conquered P Swiftly mrd her long am I warned that streamingsho turnedwind ran fodowed hair on the her I Doom draws on and more slowly down the great hall across my days aro well nigh courtyards to the palace gates And here sped After tbo drawing sho mot Antony riding through them forth of Antony from tho radiant with smiles nnd clad in his Roman Timonium came that hearv armor When ho saw her ho leaped to tho timo of quiet winch heralds tho rising of ground and all armed as ho wa3 clasped tho desert wind Antony and Cleopotra ber to his breast onco a jn gave themselves up to lurury i3 Cffi3ir sho cried What is It and ni t by night feasted ta splendor at fallen iho palace They scat ambassadors to Nay not altogether fallen Egypt tut Caisar but Csesar would havo nooe of wo bavo beat his horaemen baric ta their them and this hopo being gone they trenches aad liko shall to bejlnniu Wlicro turned thcr minds to tho defense of Alex- Â¬ bo end fir as they ry hero andria lien wcro gathered ships wero tbetho goes tho tail wJl foilo head Hore- Â¬ built and a great force was mado ready over Cssar haa my challcngo cad i t h i v ill against the coming of Cresar butmoctmeh ad to boa J roon shall tho And now aided by Charmlon I began my world sco which i3 tho better man Antony list work of hate and vengeance Dcop I or Octavian Aad even C3 ho rpoko and wormed myself Into tho secrets of the people cheered camo the cry of palace counseling oil things for evil I the messenger from there Caesar A bade Cleopatra keep Antony gay lest ho Tjo herald entered and towing law should brood upon his sorrows aad thus gavo a writing to Antony bowed a piln and sho sapped his strength and energy with went- - Cleopatra snatched It from his hand luxury and wine I gave him of my zLk nnd read cloud draughts draughts that sank his soul in broko thoAIcny CnttJxi Ctaar t3 dreams of hrppiess and power leaving This answer to thy challenge Can Antcy him to wake to the heavier misery Scon find no better w y of death toa bsnsath the without my healing medicino ho could not sword of Cauart Farcwoiir hslecp nnd thus being ever at his side I And tbcroaf tcr they cheered no more Tho darkness came and ere it was midbound 113 weakened will to mine till at last would ho do if I said not It is well night having feasted with thoe friends little Cleopatra also grown very superstitious who to night wept over his woes and to-Â¬ morrow should betray him Antony went leaned much upon mo for I prophesied fasely to her in secret Horeover I wovo forth into the gathering of tacCptains of other webs Great was my fame through tho land forces and of tho fleet attended by out Egypt for during tho long years that I many among whom was L And when nil were como together ho had dwelt in Tape it hid spread through all tho land Therefore came many men of spoke to them standing bareheaded ia note to mc both for their healths sake and their midst beneath tho radiance of the becauso it was known that I had tho ear of moon And thus ho most nobly spko Friends end companions In arms who Antony and the Qaeen and lnthesodays tldo I cf doubt and trouble fain wero they to yet cling to mc and whom have led to vie ory hearken to mo now who learn the truth AU theso men I worked to morrow may llo in the dumb dust die upon with doubtful words sapping their empired and dishonored This is our de- Â¬ loyalty aad many I caused to fall away and yet nona could hear aa evil report of sign no longer will ho hang on poised what I bad c aid Horeover Cleopatra sent wings above tho flood or war but wdl mo to Momfl there to movo tho Priests and straightway plunge perchance thonce to Governors that they uocld gather men In snatch the vl tors aladcm or fading there to drown Bo rrowfcuttruato mc Uppc r Ejypt f Ot tho defenso of Alexandria And I went and spoke to tho Priests with cud to yonr honor sake nnd atlil may you suciiadocUo meaning nnd with so much sit tho mast prcud cf men nt cy right wisdom that they knew mo to bo ono of tho hand in the Capitol of Rome F 1 lai now Initiated in the deeper mysteries But how oid loot is the cauro of Antony end lost ere I Olympus tbo physician camo thus to ye Hazardous iaueedmustboto me ovrs bo initialed none might say And after- Â¬ battle but nrany a time hvo wo stood ad ward they sought mo secretly and I gavo faced a Career peril and oro the sun hd thorn tho holy sign of brotherhood and sunk once mere havo driven arraira U e thsreuuer bade them not to ask who I desert sands before our cole of vcior aad spoils of hostile Kings TV It t counted might be but seed no aid to Cleopatra Rather I sa J mutt they make peoco with Cmscr for by Caesars grace ony could tlso worsbipof tho God9 endure In Khem So having taken counsel of the holy Apis they promised in public to givo help to Cleopa- Â¬ in secret sent on embassy to Caesar tra Thu3tlcn it cams to pass that but little aid did Egypt givo to its hated ilacedontaa Queen Tbeaco from Hem a I camo once more to Alexandria aad having mado report continued my secret work And InÂ¬ deed tUo Alexandrians could not caally bo stirred for as they szy In the market plae Tho ass looks at tho burden nad is blind to tbo master So long bad Cleop- Â¬ atra oppressed them that the Roman was like welcome friend Thus the time passed on cad every night found Cleopatra with fewer frlsnis tban that whkh had gono before for in evil days friends fly LLo swallows before tho frost Yotsbawocdnot g ro top Antony whoa sho loved f ou h tony kncwlodgo did Casw by Ms ireedmta Thyreus make promise to hr of her dominions for herself and for her children if sho would but slavo as sns eroKK tob mat wmi a grea cut Antony cr even betray hkn bound BbI qavs cp Tite ppinrr hereunto a womens heart for slill tho bad a hocrt w ould n t consent and therefore have wo to fcari Though allies bo fled of necessity n vstve bold him to hor leet stiil is ourv array as strong aa Caesars Antony csca ug cr being slain Cleopatra And stew mo but cs tigi a heart why I might ride out the storm and yet bo Queen swear to you upon my pnnctly word to Â¬ of Errpt A id this grieved mcbecauso morrow ni at ah ill 6rfc yun erCanopIe AnU a the i wcJr rins still a brave man Gate with i ho Ik us of Otaviu load his cap andaj uli eoiamjrowahoart tains A elm and i cjx u unl llovo I road the lesson t f h s wies For wcro wo that marual imsio which swells not as not aiu in wrf tchodjiefsJ Had not the frcm too different lius of clarions now Â¬ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 builtcTonthchiHttls by tio Tecploof fr Â¬ 1 X vS o 1 Â¬ Â¬ m--r- te bt Â¬ -- Lord I said Egypt bids theo neath tho breath of Antony and nowoT farewell Antony is dead by her own hand E ypt out tho 1 carta of honest Cassar but rather and Is Dead t dead I ho whispered men who love me Yet ond new I will form cf glory now speak low 03 wo do r ponk thoblcrof Egypt dciul and that what a woman was Oh yet if Fortuno should food for worms my heart goes cut toward some beloved Een now rise figalnstmoand if be no down by tho this And si all sho ontdo ma at tho hut I weight of arms Aatsiy tiosoMler dies a her great shall become so soldiers death leaving you to mourn him who have been fo can oertcpImy courage at woman who ever was you- - friend this is my will small that fear to fLliow I Eros thou that after our rocyh fashon of the camp I and pass whero I fromaboy mlntfcst thnu mo hero declare toy u aouknow whero all hast loved theo starving In thedC3ert and how I found my treasuro lies Take it most dear friends giring theo place and nnd in the memory of Antony make Just di mado theo rich now pay mo back Draw we 1th Come go to Cassar and speak thus vision Then nnd mako an end Antony the dead to Cswar tho living lhat sword thou wearcst sends grecing end in tho name of ancient of tho woes of Antony Greek I can not Oh sire cried the f ellowship and of many a peril dared crave How can take away the Uf o cf god liko this boon tho safely of those who clung to Antony I him and that which ho hath given them Answer nie cot Eros but in tho last exNay let not my tears for I must weep treme of fate this I charge thec Do thou overflow your eyes I W hy tis not maniy my bidding or begone and lcavo mo quite most womanich All mcs must die tlonoj No moro will I seo thy face thou tis end death wero welcome were it not so lone unfaithful servant Should I fail to your tender caro I leave my Then Eros drew his sword and Antony children if porcbance lt may nvail to save kneltdown before him nnd bared his breast them from tie fato of helplessness fcl taming his eyes to Keavc u Bat Eros crydicrs enough to morrow at tho dawn we Icannott oh I can not plunged spring at Caesars throat both by land nnd ing sword to hi3 owl heart and fell dead sea Swear that yo will ding to me even the Why Antory rose and gored upon him to the last Issue ho raid Eros that w s nobly d ae Toolo AnWo sweor they cried Creator nrt thoa than I yet 1 havo learned tony wa swear I and ho knelt down and kissed Once moro my star grows thy lesson Tiswelll bright to morrow set In th- - highest heav- Â¬ him Then rising of a sudden ho drew the en it yet may si Ine tho lamp of Caesar sword from tho heart or Eros plunged it down Till then farewell Into his bowels and fell groaning on the Ho turned to go and as ho went they couch caught his hand aad kbscd it and so deepO thou Olympus1 hecrietl this pain is ly wero they movid that m ny wept like moro than I cin boar I Make an end of mo children nor ccsld Antory master hla Olyranu grief for in tho n oonlight I saw tears roll But pity stirred mc nnd tLb thing I eould down his furrowed check and fall upon notdu that mighty preset Therefore 1 drew tie Bwonl fcta his And seeing ail this I was much troubled stanched tho flow of blcod and For wclll knew that if these men held firm vitobi to tkoo wo enrao crowding in to Tuning to Antony nil mljht yet go well for Cleo seo Antony summon A toua de I patra and though against Antony I tore from my housopt badetacm gates Pres--nttho palace no ill will yet inrst bo f Il and in that fall she cstre bringing with ber simples drag down tho womi n who like some poi- initliftvgivicg draughts And tbesol gavo sonous plant had twined horsclf about hii to Antouy aud batlo Atoua go wih such giant strength till it choked and moldcrcd pecd as her tld limbs might to Cleopatra in her cir brace In tho tomb and tell ber of tho state cf Therefore when Antony went I went Antony not butstood back In the shadow waUhitig 80 she went odd after awhile relumed tho faces of the lords and captains as they saying that tho Qaecn yet lived and sum spoko together ioned Anteny ti dio even in her arms Then it is agreed said he who should And with her cariA Dmracdes And when lend tho fleet And thU wo swear to ono Antony hoard bis obbing strength came and all that wo will cng to noMc Aitonj rock was tain to lock upon CIco for he to tho last extremity of firtun So I called to the atraa faeo again y ay I they answered olaves who peeped and peered through Ay ayl I said speaking from tho curtains and from behind pillars to see thl3 shadow cling and die grpat man die and together with much Fiercely they turned ond seized mo toil wo bcro him theiw till wo camo to tho Who is ho quoth one foot of tho Mausoleum Tis thai dark faced dog Olympus But Cleopatra being afraid of treachery cried another Olympus tho magician I would no more throw wide tho doer so she Olympus tho traitor growled another down a rope from tbe window and we pnt an end to him and his magic and ho let it fast benoath the arms of Antony made drew his sword Then did CLopatm who tho while wept Ayl slny him ho would betray tho Lord most bitterly together with Charmion and Antony whom bo is pawl to doctor the Greek pull on tho rcpe with all Hold awhile I said in a slow and Iras strength whilo we lifted from below their solemn voice aad bowaro how yo try to till the dying Antony swung in the air murder tho servant of the Gods I am no groaning heavily and tho blood dropped traitor For myself 1 abide tho event here from his gaping wound Twlco ho nearly in Alexandria but to you 1 say rice flee fell to earth but Cleopatra striving with to Caesar 1 servo Antony and tho Queen tho strength of lovo and despair held him I sc rvo them truly but abovo all 1 serve till nt longth sho drew him through tho the hoy Gods and what they mako known window place while all who saw tbo dread- Â¬ And this I ful sight wept bitterly and beat thoir to me that lords I do know know that Antony is doomed and Cleo all savo myself and Charmion pitra 13 doomed for Caaar conquers breasts ho was la onco moro tlic ropo was When Theroforo because I do honor you noblo let down and with some aid from Char- Â¬ gentlemen nnd tbink with pity on your mion climbed into tho tomb drawing up I wivos left widowed and your littlo father- Â¬ tho ropo after ma Thero I found Antony less children ttict shall it yo bold to laid upon tho golden bed of Cleopatra and Antony bo s ld as slaves therefore I say breast bare her faco all stained Ciiag to Antony If yo will anddie orflco she her with tears and her hair streaming wild to Caesar and bo saved And this I say bo about him knelt at his side and kissed him cuuro it Is so ordained of tho Gods his wounds with her tho blood ThoGod3 what Gods wiping and hair from let an my snamo db they growled robes Ana Slit the traitors throat and stop his ill written as I stood nnd watched hor tho old omened talk once more within me and mad Lot him show us a sign from his Gods love awoke jealousy raged in my heart because or kthiui die I do mistrust this man though I could d stroy theso twain their said another lovo I could not destroy Stand Stnndbaek yofoolsPI cried O Antony my sweet my husband and back freo mino arms and 1 wi1 show you my Godl sho moaned Cruel Antony a sign and thero was that in my face to dio and leave mo to hast thou which frightened them for they freed me my lonelythe heart Swiftly will 1 follow shame and stood bick Then I llf tod up my hands Antony owuko theo to tho grave and putting out all my strength of soul searched the depths of speco U1 my Spirit awake He lifted up his head and cnlledTf or wine communed with tbo Spirit of my Mother draught mixing Isis Only tho Word of Power I uttered which I g ive him his pn therein a great allay not as I had been bidden And tho holy that might ho had drunk h foritwns 5 bado Cleopatra inyMcryof tbo Goddes3 answered to my And crhen beido him Spritsciy falling in awfal silence upon lie down on tha bed and this shonnd put her did Then about him the face of earth Deeper and deeper armsAntouy once Â¬ niuroa man grew the t rrible silence even the dogs was his n mlsc y and pain hofor forgetcounseled on coafccd to howl and in the c y men stood ting her as to her own stil afcarcd Tin n from far away thero she would not latcn safety rat toisthis talk Thehocr short camo tho ghostly music of tho sbtra lovo ot let u a speak of Faint it was ct first hot e er as it amo it she said has been so long this groat yoton nnd may grew moro loud tho air shivered with ours that tho unearthly puuil of terror I said dure beyond tin coasts of Death Jlludest naught but pointed with rry baud toward thou that night when first thou didt put arms about cil rao Lovel tbe shy And behold Vsomed upon the thinohappy happy me ond Havltg known nigh Ohl nir floated a vast vail shape that heralded by Ihc swelling rpusio of tbo slstra drew that night tis well to have lived even to slowly near Ull its rhad 1 w lay upon us Is this bitter end Ay Egypt I mind it well nnd dwell upon came it passed it wcut toward tho camp of though that hour hath Caar till nt length the rausic slowly died its memory from mc from in my depth o lost away and the awful 6hapo was swallowed fortuno fled I miad it lovo for tuee thou Beautiful in tho night ho gasped tica didst tbou drink th cried one Bacchus Tis Bacchus nnd thencia that pearl in wanton ply who leaves lost Antony 1 and as ho spoke from all tho camp there rose a groan of astrologer of thine call oat hi hour The hour of tho falling of the curo of Henkiv terror cUthoaftcrdaystlHHO word But I knew that it was not Bacchus the ra Through rae end now ct tho last yet fabe God but the Divine Isis wLo deserted havo haunted Khem and passing over the edgo of the do they rlngwlthln ray care Long is ho dead ay live sho whisworld sought her hemo in space to bo no moro known of men lVrthorjh her wor Â¬ pered if ho bo dead then am I nenr lum Whal ship is s J1 uphcl though still as aho is here and - rll Earths no moro doth lsto meant he- dead Ho is tho accursed man no mors manifest herself fa E m I hid my face and prayed brt vhcnl lifted it from my of him Oh turn and U s m- for thy fact grows white Tho end i near robe lo ail had fled ard I was alone Ho kissed her on tho lps and for a littk CHAPTTH XXX while so they stayed t the moment ol o Trrs scnPKSD t cs the moors ahd namr death llko lovers newly wed babbling their or astoxy the death or Asroar A3D passions ii each others ears Even to mj THE WIEVTOKG OP TH3 DllAUCnT OS DEATH jealous heart a strange and awful thing it at was to sec i ji THE morrow rTescntiy I fow Iho Chango of Death uawn oniony came forth and gavo corn gather on his faco Hu b cad fell back VFarcwcll Ejypt fanweU I die mrd that his fleet She lifted herself upon her hands gased should advance wildly en his ashen face end theo with a ainrt tho fleet of great cry t e sank book swooning Caesar and that his But Antony yet lived though tho powei cavalry should open of rpocch had left Lira Then I drew near tliolactl battlo with and kneeling mado protenso to niinutct tho cavalry of unto him And as I ministered I whispered Csar Accordingly the in his car Antony I whispered fleet advanced in a triple Cleopatra was lnc and too fleet of my love bef oro she passed from mo to theol Coosr camo out to meet It I cm irarmachhs that asrologcr who ctoo rni wrraic i Bui when they met tho gal behind thy courh at Tarsus and Ibavc been tho chief minister of thy ruin D t leys of Antony lifted their oars in greeting nnd passed over to tho gaaeys uf Cassar and Anonyf fi curte of enks ro heMIeikuS Ho raUcd kimsef nnd stared upon my together they sailed away And tho cavalry of Aatony rodo forth beyond tho Hippo- Â¬ face Ho could not speak but gibbering he pointed at ma Then with a groan hii drome to charge tho caralry of Caesar but when they mit th y lowered their mighty spirit fled Thus did I accomplish my revenge upar swords nnd passed over to the camp of Caesar deserting Antony Then Antony Roman Anteny tho world loser Thereafter then wo reoovorod Cleopatra grew mod with ge and terrible to see Ho shouted to his legions to stand firm from her swoon for not yet was I minded and await attack and for a littlo while they that she should die And taking tho bod of Antony Cazsar poi atticg I and Atoua stood One man however that same ofll csr who would have 3ain mo en the yester- caused it to be most skillfully embalmed night strove to fly L i Aatony seized him after our Egyptian fas ion covering tl with his own hand threw him to the earth faco with a mask of gold fashioned like tc and springing fora his hone drew his tho features of Antony Also I wrote upon sword to slay him On high ho hold his his breast I Is name and titles and punted his name and the name of his father within sword while the man covering his face awai ed death But Antony dropped his Lis inner ccZin and drew tho form of the hcly Nout folding her wings rbout him sword nnd bade him rb c Uohc8ald Goto Caaar and pros InThen with grcit pomp Cleopatra laid him that sepulchor which had been mode perl Once I did lore thee Why then among so many traitors should I single thee ready nnd In a sarcophagus of alabaster Now tlds sarcophagus was fashioned sc out for death Tbo man roso and looked upon hhn sor-Â¬ large that placo was left therein for a see ond cofau for Cleopatra was fain to Ho bj rowfully Thou i ham- - overwhelming him with a great cry ho too open his shirt of anicny at too last These things thn happened And but c mail plunged his swordinlo his own heart and fell diwn deed Antony stood and littlo whilo aftcrl learnt tidings from onr Cornelius Dolabclla n noble Roman whe gazed at him but never n word bo said Meanwhile tbo ranks of Cm ars legions waited upon Cresar and moved by th beauty that swayed tbo souls of all who drew near and so toon as they crossed t pears tho legions of Antony turned and looked upou her had rUj for tbo woes oi Id Then tbe soldiers of Ctosar stood still Cleopatra Ha bado ruo warn her fir as her physician it was allowed mo to pass n in xkisx thorn but scarso a man was slain and out of the tomb whero she dwelt that for tVy pursued not Fy Antony fly cried Krco his servant ia three days tho would be sent away to who alono with mo stayed by him Fly Rome together with bfrchUdrco that she mijjht walk In tbotrii mrk of Casar Ac ore taou art dragged a prlsonerto Cassar I cordlcglylwcntln andffctiud her sitting So he turned and fled groaning heavily Wihhitnl went and as wo rodo through us now she always sat ptatigcil in a hall stupor and before her that bood stained Cso Cauopic Gate whero many folks stood robo wherewith she had stanched the wondering Aatony spoke to me Go thou Olympus gt to the Queen and wounds cf Antony For ca this sha would continually fcait her eyes coy Antony sends greeting to Cleopatra Soo hoiv ftlnt tacy grow 01ympnsshe who hath betrayed hm To Cleopatra ho said lifting hrr ral faco and pointlngtotho sends greeting nnd farewell I rusty siaias and ho to lately dead 1 Why And so 1 went to tho tomb but Antony fled on to thopalace When I camo to tho Gratitudo cauhl not fade-- moro fast What tcmb I knocked upon tho door and CharÂ¬ is now Ihy rswa Evil tidings is writ large in tboso dark eyes of thino which ever mlon lpkcd forth from tho window bring back to mo waeihlng that still slips Opcc I cried and sho opened sho whisÂ¬ my mind What news Harmaehis -Iillsthoncw3 O Queen pered I answered This havo I from tho lips cf DolabcUa who Charalon Isaidtaa end is ct hand hath it straight from Coaars Secretary Antony Is fled It is well sho answered I am On tho third day from now will Cmsar send theo and tho Prince Ptolemy and Alexander aweary Aad thero on tho golden ted sat Cleo- Â¬ and tho Princess Cleopatra toRomo there to feast tho eyes of the Roman mob and ho patra led in trlaarhti that Capitol where thou Speak mm l she cried didst ewcar to set tby Ihrono Antony has fled his forces are fled Never never sho cried springing to Cesar draws near To Cleopatra tho great Antony eends greetings and farewell her feet Ncwr will I w ikia chains in Greeting to Cleopatra who bath betrayed Crosars triumph Wkatiacstldo Charmion tell rco what I caa do him and farewell I betrayed And Iti3li8lsha corcamed swiftly to An Â¬ lookaiy Charciitin raiag stood bororo her him not Thou Olympus go at hex through tha long lashes of tony nnd onawor thus To Antony Cleo- Â¬ her Csirnca t eyt s patra who hath not betrayed him sends Lsdy ikon raastcle sho said quietly greetings and farewell Cleopatra is no Aycr a irvh I lud fcrgo ten I can die OJyc5t- Ust thcu thj drug laore Nay btif1ho Qjcen wCIs it by to And eol went following out 537 purpose In tho Alabaster Rail I found Anteaypaclns TflorrowaralBh5Jb3 brewed a drag so to and fro tossing his hands toward ths swift and strong tist net 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