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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w JPPriSf laCiSv t VOLUME c t 1 17 W III U S RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY Govt Report Aug 1889 Armed with what I considered a fair imitation I called and sent it in with my card When she entered the draw- Â¬ ing room I scrutinized her face to see if there were any signs of he having dis- Â¬ covered that the token was spurious She held my card and the book mark in her hand and as we seated ourselves she tossed them on to the table So far fis I could discover she believed the book mark to be genuine It is very good of you to have kept that souvenir so long she remarked fixing her beautiful eyes on mine Dont mention it I observed in- Â¬ clining my head deferentially IJow carefully you must have kept it Its not the least dingy It was very good of you to give it to Then vhen a book- Â¬ me you know mark is kept in a book it doesnt get Im i -- ii 1 r 7 xi J In IK ucxJ3cJeGc giairii riVi rrjfr r i 1890 NUMBER 29 of all in Leavening Power Rcfel ABSOLUTE ATTORNEYS Diking v- PURE C1RC11T COURT in March and Septem- n FA KT M IUKXAM TTOhXE IS- A TLA W - wiW li I all yum wW mn v AM iMtPfiii MIL IJr IPr SN jS A Then I knew why I had won so sudden a victory Before I took my leave that evening I qaught sight of a reflection In the mirror What do you suppose it was It was Reddie and I she lovingly resting in my arms with her head on my shoul- Â¬ der her back to the mirror I with my race toward it I said to myself not even Ah speaking the words in a whisper my lips were too near her ear It is due to the generosity and gratitude of that freckled red headed child you spumed ten years ago that you are not getting your just deserts now Â¬ STOP AND READ 9 V RuiiMoa No 11- - - - Kentixky 3- - BuriutiuFi Duihliiij Fiit Bronton - ber Judge J R Morton Attorney Commonwealths Third Monday dingy Chas J f Bl LUVAK A - Clerk V II Miller Commissioner J R Burnani COMMON PLEAS COURT TTORXE1 Richmond 11 T LA W - I never thought of that Dear creature How innocent Just then I glanced at the book mark lying beside my card on the table It looked as fresh as the card A girl will swal Â¬ low anything in shape of a compliment - Kikucky li- Coanty Juigv Miller Kirsl Street Mime hh former v oe - POWELL A TTORXEl Richmond - First Monday in January and June third Monday in October Judge T J Scott Clerk W II Miller Commissioner S E Scott and October HJAKTERLV COURT Fourlh Monday in January April July COUNTY COURT iu every month OF CLAIMS I really think it is more perfect than when I gave it to you The spelling is certainly improved If I remember I thought A - T LA IV Kentucky md Street First Monday COURT said a lass of 17 1 didnt know you were that kind of a young man ever Why didnt you marry Reddie asked another Perhaps she resumed her common sense and thought better of it after all said the white haired lady at the center table her head bent down low over her work Pshaw said a matter of fact girl of 10 I know who Reddie was Who asked a chorus of voices Auntie How could that be you little goose1 said her uncle when auntie has white hair and Reddies was red Hes made most of it out of whole iloth said the old lady That about the mirror is ridiculous If I had sup- Â¬ posed hed talk about such things I Why uncle 100 OVERCOATS 100 SUITS CLOTHES 100 LADIES CLOAKS -- 1 gl N CONSISTING OF i I Clot NowmarketSp Cloth ad Flush Jackets DENTAL SURGERY Second Monday in July OOt NTY OFFICERS wouldnt AND CLOTH SACQUES JR A DENTAL SURGEOX NI KKMllKY 1 JC J KlCUlOXD Mi 111 Judge John C Chcnault Clerk 1 nomas Thorpe A Sullivan Attomev Sheriff j W Bah V Maupin Jailor In Street Office M Coroner 15 1 Miller Surveyor B F Crooke ii ry Aweor John McPhcrson MORGAN D I Superintendent Public Schools A T Million KEXTUCKT CITY COUNCIL WILKES SMITH doys and girls all burst into a laugh The old lady stopped short and the F A NEW MlTCHEL YEARS 1890 500 PAIRS BOOTS Mrs AND SHOES m fa l UK mK iIE IRJ Mavor J S Collins street over Madison National Firht Ward J J Brooks 3- Seen Ward Sam Rice V B Smith Thirk Wax E 1 W CREED D Fourth Ward J V Caperton Clerk J F Gteenleaf KEXTUCKV KJfKS I Time of meeting First Tuesday night in every month EverytliliiR Finnell residence CITY COURT 4 Iniiic tottMt aMMMMi Judge II C Rice Attorney W S Mobcrley PHYSICIANS Marshal J I Fetney Time of holding court First Saturday in every month for civil busin M POYNTZ Cit Treasurer J Mnne Walker City Collector J L Baxter PHVS1CIAX AXD SURGEON Kentucky Richmond I A NEW YEARS STORY THE CHIVALROUS DEFENSE OF A 1ED HAIKED GIRL ASD WHAT CAME OF IT lOopyrlght 1888 by American 7Xj Press Association Zz S W nd Street uext to White Drug 3- - KENTUCKY CEITUL IT Â¬ J KYAXS Ml YD PHI SCAX - A SURGEOX Kentucky BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East Wcat and South west ud Street Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Kk Kknt ky J iTI TAYLOR FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Schedule in Effect SOPTH BOUNl No 2 Kx Sun Cincinnati Nov I7li No 4 Daily 800 r 809 P 917 p I 1 1SS9 OME No 6 Lx Sun m HI uncle spin us a on - r Dykes Grocery a LJOHN M FOSTER ISICIAM AXD SURGEOX Kentucky next door to Luxhik Mil in uud Tales o- Lve Ive Clnciniinli Lve IoviiiKton lve iiliiiouth 1 oio am 9 44 a ni 2 35 pm 245 P m I Arr lJin- Arr Lexlngtou Arr Richmond Arr Liincaster Ait Siunfonl viithiiniii nio 1200 a in pm ni M hi Lve lirl Arr Winchester 1120 a m 1205 P m 140 p ni 620 pm 030 p 11 Dm ui J ROBERTS PHlSCrAM AXD SCRGEOX Kentucky J 111 J Kichuioud Arr iteiea Arr Li viiiKston NOBTH BOUN1 Lve Livingston lve Berea Arr ifcichiuoud Lve StilllfoKl Lve ltiHnsler Arr Iticli moiil Lve Bichiunnil Arr Winch ester lve 305 pm 520 p - lies - Ui j one mlors i - dotsm r Drue Store pro Ulters his 1 I LxSuu 800 1025 No 5 No 1 Ex Sun Iiaily No 3 lie public 3- - SMITH M D PH SCIA X A ND S URGE OX Whitehall - - - Kentucky T SI -i- n 45 A New Years yarn You cant of course expect us to be satisfied with anything else on New Years eve Shall I spin em a New Years yarn auntier asked the old gentleman of a white haired lady who was knitting by the light on the center table at the game time giving her a knowing look she replied half Of course not frowning and half smiling Theres only one thing ever happened to me on New Years eve and Ive re- Â¬ membered that alwavs Is it a love story asked one of the yarn AVhat yarn kind of a Tie children stood around Reddle among them with her baldheaded doll in her arms her own hair making up in illuminating properties for what had been lost by the singeing of the dolls head Throughout that brief struggle until I found myself unable to continue it seemed to me that there was but one visible thing present and that was Red dies heed I limed away from Dick and the circle inwardly planning revenge on Dick McLean before the end of the term Indeed I at once told my father I de- Â¬ sired to take boxing lessons and receiv- Â¬ ing his sssent after three months secret practice went up behind my enemy with a lighted match and burned his back hair off up to the crown of his hat L k turned like a fury His uncontrol able anjer and my skill gave me the day and I left him with the injunction that if he wanted any more hair burn- Â¬ ing to come to me As I bad expected after my defeat on my first encounter I was set down as champion of the ugliest girl in the school I did no recover from the beating I had received for a week One day ae I limped across the play ground Reddie came up to me and poked something at me folded in a piece of brown paper The sight of ber was alone enough to ruffle me but to see her standing by me shyly with her hand stretched toward me and something in it in sight of half a dozen pupils Mas too much ing h I m zhB m vrisszsu vj tf ii hiai K- jriL V lirJftr SY K i I A2 iV frti If V Hi III A j h vY 700 r ni 741 a in xooo I 200 240 205 250 320 412 p p ni p m p 111 onal ervioes to the pub- - Arr Pun 610 am 715 am 748 700 853 823 915 a m JK s II LETCiiES 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Paas Agt Ciuciuuati Gen Maur V Ires H E HPNTINCiToN Richmond Ky K B CARR Agt J M BLACK IfU r I - - Kfni Arr Carlisle Millersburg - am 323 pm 347 P 415 pm 630 p m go p m 232 p m 1 M M - H 7- 1 fRS - t PHTSCIAX AXD SURGE OX 25- - General Offices Chamlrof Commerce Building Cincniiali O LYMAN PABKIMI Â¬ Rkd House Ky W B CUNNINGHAM m PlumUns Mccarty u tad Steaza Fittiosr New Livery as Sale Stalls We hare erected a new and commo Â¬ All a Specialty Workn dious Livery ami iSale Htnble corner of kind of pumps kept at J Hlchmond Ky Kiehmond Leave orrtera tit Bonanza 3rd and Irvine Mreetn givu us a trial and at k the public to Mill or V G Wiiitea Drug Stre H4 HORSES HITCHED OR FED AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle THOMAS B ATUES hor es bornes and buggies hired at low Real Estate and General rales Purnii Rppairiiij Collecting Agency Special attention and exclu ne of 16 15 PAKRISH CINMNGIIAM fT paid to the sale ate and to the iitts 47 46 GAL - HOUSE KY CRAPSE Y 46 Arcbltects Wiggins Block Cincinnati BROWN LOUISVILLE Tlie Largest and Finest Hotel in the city O tn refet to buiklinica iHicoesafully erected ii HiclitniMid Maysville Ht Sterling Wiuciiester and Owingirville 6 5 Rates2 50 to 4 Per Day According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in 32 31 Hotel Well a kind of one Bring out some nuta and apples and give us another stick of wood for the fire and Ill see what I can make of what happened to rae on New Years eve 1851 ii IT S ONLY THIS The old gentlemans requirements hav-Â¬ Go way I said ing been attended to the boy s and girls She didnt say anything but continued ranged themselves round the fire and the story was begun He looked straight at to look up at me shyly as though she Auntie while he told it evidently en Â¬ knew it was a great presumption for her joying its effect upon her more than on to offer me a gift What is it I asked in no kindly tone the younger listeners Something I made for you I dont want it I said turning away She was the homeliest girl in the school Please Tom she said wont you there can be no doubt about that She was freckled her hair was red not a take it I cast a glance at her she was evi- Â¬ dark shade of red but fiery She had struggled with whooping cough and dently full of some deep feeling What have you got I queried measles and scarlet fever and every Its only this And she took the paper other disease that childhood is heir to until she was little more than skin and cover from about it and held it up cast Â¬ There were girls with faces ing an anxious lock at me to see if I adÂ¬ bones more expressive of disagreeable disposi- Â¬ mired the gift It was a book mark such tions but for pure homelines3 Reddie as children make and on it in letters in would have taken the prize in any hon-Â¬ which many of the stitches were put in estly conducted show for ugly girls wrong was Tom Erven Reddie was not her real name but every Thats not my name you little one called her Reddie because her hair goose was so red Isnt it spelled right No We were all very young children at Its She looked so stupefied and woebe least most of us were I was 14 There was one boy who was still older Dick gone at her blunder that I pitied her If McLean Dick was a natural tormentor we hadnt been in view of the other He would abuse the girls as well as the children I think I could have spoken a boys He respected dolls no more than kind word to her she Wont you take it anyway hoops and kites He would rash into a ring where the boys were playing mar Â¬ asked ruefully The quickest way to got rid of her was bles and pretending not to notice where he was treading scatter the marbles to accept it with the toe of his boot or poke his ies Ill keep it Now run along Her face brightened up and I was sur Â¬ finger through a kite or let the sawdust out of a doll and he was so big and prised at so much expression If she strong that no one dared punish him I had not so many freckles and such red was the biggest boy in the school but in hrir and had more flesh on her bones strength I was greatly his inferior and she wouldnt be so ill looking after all I thought As she skipped away she turn- Â¬ kept out of his way One day Reddie was carrying her doll ed and gave me a grateful look such c across the playground a doll with hair look as a peasant might give a prince as red as her own Some one had given it her as a reflection on her own fiery locks but Reddie never seeing or never noticing the slight took the red headed little monster into her heart and nursed it with as much affection as if she had been a real mother Dick McLean see Â¬ ing her with the doll in her firms its red head standing out over her shoulder went up behind her with a lighted match and touching the flame to its hair there was a bright halo around the dolls head for an instant and then the cranium was as bald as if the little thing hadnt been in the world long enough to grow even red hair Reddie seeing what had hap-Â¬ pened burst into tears I was a witness of this bit of ruffian- Â¬ y l vij- ism and although at that age I had con- Â¬ j s- contempt for girls in general siderable and the pre ailing contempt for Reddie YOU SEEM SURPRISED I was shocked That was the last I saw of Reddie at seems to me Dick I said Id It take a boy for that sort o thing if I were Bchocl The nevt day she was taken with symptoms which developed into ty- Â¬ you Ill take you if you like he re- phoid fever and was kept at home Her absence was a great relief to me and I torted I was sorry I had said anything I wishf d when she recovered if she ever knew if we quarreled I should get shoulcj that she would go to 6ome other thrashed Besides if I fought about 6chool Between 14 and 24 years of ago there 6ueh a wizened little creature as Reddie When at 24 I comes a great change the whole school would ridicule me added Dick to his looked back on my childhood and Ill teach you previous remark and he came up to me thought how careless I was of the feel Â¬ Yet it and struck me I saw I was in for it ings i others I was surprised and made up my mind to take a thrash must lie confessed that whut 1 lwd gained girls ing could be called noble You dont know what Im talking She laugiiyd about or who I am at all with keen enjoyment while I was no more enlightened than before Elow do you like the shadoof my hair she asked I spoke in a Its very beautiful dignified tone I was becoming vexed with all this quizzing I wonder if ycu would know me by my old name she said Trv me and see Reddie Upon my word I looked at the leautiful creature be-Â¬ fore me with ill concealed astonish- Â¬ ment You seem surprised Yes at at the singular fate tliat brings this meeting At nothing else she asked archly I found no words to reply so I re-Â¬ mained silent You dont remember my singed doll I suppose I iiave reason to especially remember that doll It makes me quite sore to think of it You behaved very chivalrously And the book mark I gave you You have treasured it of course Of course She looked at me searchingly It was evident tiiat she knew I was prevaricat- Â¬ In that whole school there was but one who was kind to me she said im- Â¬ pressively Perhaps some of them would be glad to show you some attention now Only one was kind And that one whom do you think I cant tell You For heavens sake Red I stopped Irwin I scrutinized her feaIt is indeed tures I didnt remember to have ever seen her before That was a noble act of yours I was not only surprised I was amazed I remembered no act of my life that Â¬ in one way 1 haa tost in another 1 had acquired polish and prevarication I had learned to say pleasant things to young ladies and was considered quitoan adept Besides I did not scorn in this respect to practice petty impositions to flatter them to gain their favor I soon became tired of society which was unfortunate for my mother and sis- Â¬ ters for whom I was the only availabte escort Still I was occasionally dragged by them into the pay whirL One night I had been unwillingly appropriated to escort my sisters to a dancing party It was Christmas night 1851 I had given up dancing and stood looking on with my arms folded Tom said ray sister Mary coming np to me with her cheeks all aglow you look she had just finished a dance too blase for anything I want to introduce you to a young lady I tried to beg off She6 a beauty and so unusual a beauty Mary urged- - She put her arm through mine and led me to the girl in question After introducing me she slipped away If ever there was a case of love at first sight it came to me at that moment The girl was indeed a beauty a graceful fig- Â¬ ure fair complexion eyes a dark liquid brown hair a soft shade of Titien Her first remark startled me Its a long while since we met Mr Â¬ A REFLECTION IN THE MIRROR misspelled The is written a great many ways I stammered I spelled it You couldnt have done that O yes I did I remember it perfectly Little girls are sensitive At least I was and I felt your rebuke at my blunder very keeniy I was wiping the perspiration from my brow It seemed to me I had never seen so stern so contemptuous an expression on any womans face way to spell it I Thats a remarked wildly She took the book mark and the visit Â¬ You see they ing card from the table gree she said Isnt it odd Very odd I must have made a mistake She concentrated her gaze upon me in what seemed to me one glance of wither Â¬ ing contempt You are very much mistaken If you think to impose that brand new bookmark on me for the one 1 ga e you Oh for an earthquake a cyclone any Â¬ thing to change the situation How ridiculous I muttered trying to force a laugh ard put a humorous view on it all She declined to see anything ludicrous in the act She became more grave if possible than ever I picked up the bookmark and bent my hot face down over it to hide my I had lost all presence of confusion mini My ideas were in a 3tate of chaos What to say I didnt know and didnt know what I said I see I stammered the one you g gave me was in red Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aright I spelled your name incorrectly I glanced again at the book mark Something in her manner caused me to scent danger Suddenly it broke in upon me like a flash The original had been wm To al who toil Who till the soil Or stem the main ER stately dome And Durable Soma aod young Oer bigo and low The oell by merry rtngen Oer oi1 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 rung near The advent of a glad New Year With nappy faces all aglow Ring out in muata far and i CUT THE LIFE OUT OF PRICES i To ell wbo weep To all whose sleep By fear or foe Is turned to pain To hearts oppressed by silent woe And those whose lives are lived in val Ah may that music hririK surcease From sorrow with the dear Lords peaoal s And face unflinching every III To a with weariness oppressed May those clear bells brio new born rest To him wbo hopes And on the slopes Of far off hills Sees faintly gleam A glory which the spirit fllU With realization of his dream May unto him his dream come true As yours dear friend may eome to yc jl William K S Fales Or harder stil Wear out the body through the brain and will say the prices I make on these goods will be equal to 50 cents on the dollar 1 i i NOW IS TOUR CHANCE COME IN AND SEE THEM WILL NOT LAST LONG AT THE FRICES Saved UimseLf COME IN AND LOOK i H J STRENG 25- hair A peal of laughter brought me to my senses My discomfiture was complete - 110 WEST MAIN STREET I fell back in my chair and covered my face with my hands You do that just like a girl I heard her cry delightedly Its exactly what I did when you left me that day in the school yard and I thought about my blunder in spelUng Only I covered my face with my apron Presently I mustered courage to look Wife Dear you promised me a new bonnet on the first of the year Husband Youre too late Tve just sworn off everything and have begun the new year with a clean record Through a Glass Darkly I RODBSDALB THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOlLE NONE ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS at her Who made that book mark she ask ed resuming a serious expression My sister What made you do such a thing My admiration for you Nonsense There is a tide in the affairs of which taken at men I muttered Â¬ Mh-- -i f Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance la install ments of 150 ou Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G White Secre Â¬ L Corporation who will receipt for the money tary of the Richmond B No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expiration of 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per e nt will be charged on the purchase money remaining uupald By this method parties an buy and pay for a good lot at a tunuli price on easy term without interest and free of city tax Any young rami iu Richmond can buy one or more of these lots and pay for it without feeling the burden In the very near future this property wiil ue worth much more than it is now selling at The city is rapidly extending in that diFor further Information call rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale on W G White E W Wiogixs or Stephen D Parkish Richmond Ky Â¬ the flood I have admired you I said humbly I hesitated ever since I was a red headed little imp No I went on profiting by the lesÂ¬ son I had learned and speaking frankly to thoughtless Then unreasoning children you were not attractive Now you are speaking manfully Please dont ever attempt to impose on me again Indeed I never will If you will for- Â¬ give me for this You are forgiven she said kindly But you havent tod me when this admiration for me bloomed When I met you on Christmas night 48- - short Jill p RIEEJJi IP You fought for me I blushed I had never considered that I had fought for her but that I was obliged to fight I got thrashed The kindness was all the more ac ceptable I was not especially appreciative when you offered me your gift You fought for me There was no one near We were standing close together I felt for her hand and gave it a quick pressure then dropped it In another moment she was whirled away in a waltz by a handsome fellow with a tawny mustache and blue eyes After the last dance and we were go ing home I saw her again in her wraps in the hall May I go to see your I asked Then with her eyes snapping Yes Come and bring the book she added mark Let me see Im engaged every night for a week Come New Years eve And not without the book mark She had just time before the door closed behind her to give me a mischiev- Â¬ ous look and say No My position was embarrassing I had permission to call with a book mark and no book mark to call with I had no intention whatever of foreÂ¬ going my call for want of a souvenir Nothing would be more easy than to duplicate the book mark and as to prac Â¬ ticing the deception of offering it as the original I had no qualms of con- Â¬ science whatever having perpetratet many such sins of far greater enormity I asked my sister to make a book mark for roe and warned her not to do the work too carefully imitating the stitches of a child Â¬ at the dancing party In other words you have admired me for a whole week I looked at her frankly honestly and meant every word I spoke when I replied In those three days have been crowded enough admiration to offset ten Â¬ Did you see the old y eat out last night Mr Slasher Slasher who has been up all night celebrating Yes I saw several of them Ho Chang Miss Summit HARDWARE FOR WE GIVE AWAY RENT Â¬ years of indifference She blushed and lowered her eyes It has not been only admiration I For three whole days I have went on been madly in love with you She leaned back in her chair and drew a long long sigh You krow that I speak the truth By your past record No by my sincerity You can see it in every fet ture my voice my eyes my whole being She sat with her eyes fixed on a spot in the carpet occasionally raising them to mine as though wondering whether I was worthy of credence I dont believe a word you say But I saw that the tido had turned that she was wavering My want of reputation with her for truthfulness was certainly a great barrier in the way of my convincing her of my sincerity but I did not despair for I knew that what I said was only too true For half an hour I continued the attack she parry-Â¬ ing every thrust and continually re-Â¬ minding me of my recent deception but the quickest way to convince is to be really in earnest and this gave me the victory Its so sudden she said We have loved each other for a week I urged Yours may have been since then mine V1 A bPmkbw 4v NothingI PRIVATELY son County Tbe Stables and Grass of the Madi Fair Association are for rent privately for the year 1890 BUT A DOLLAR WILL BUY AS many things of the best piality at our nouse as at any other place in Kentucky We respectfully ask you to call and examine our stock of And Sixty Box Stalls and the best ssHaaatsssssssH MsflS aBBsfitftl YJWSsW STOVES Our Anthracite W HALF Â¬ MILE TRACK a In tbe Open Fronts of five State Abo nice COTTAGE moms Apply at once to M B ARBUCKLE Secy Madison County Fair Association 27 30 are cheerful ornamental and comfortable We keep every style in Cooking Stoves Ranges Wood and Coal Stoves Briggs Well I suppose you begin th new year with a lot of new resolutions Griggs No same old ones I had last Sportsmen find what they want in our stock of GUNS the most accu Â¬ rately shooting and finest finished guns We ever imported to this market keep a large supply of raKw CDFPa1 IBaflSaaaaaa AaBKlcKN MlHWliillllil f aaaBau SMIavvc tb- win him tmm HaaHrVUaa7l tad not aHaaaVf XmVR wh rf8l5a ao- t KSjVlh KZxyPVtvi i - 1 ra and cm Qui nmsmmlm mm year JttlM3SLaBBi6W f AC tit wvnt - rUrV w o Jo to wc KOl ifrr Far better than the harsh treatment rnariiaakMaBwuauin of medicines which horribly gripe the Powder of any grade and load sheila o kmrw a If ym oM cm rum 9B SS patient and destroy the coating of the to order at the lowest market prices tMtMM A - Baa V SIS rUuH Mala OUR 8TOCK OF stomach Dr J H McLeans Chills and Fever Cure by mild yet effective STORE ROOM FOR RENT action will care Sold at 50 cents a Tinware Cutlery is Complete 27 39 bottle Warranted Call and see us before buying eiee I offer for rent my Store Ro v If you want to buy a sulky surrey Miu Street opoait the H on Douelson where buggy or carriage call don YcAirs For further informal FITZPATRICK BRECK for he has the latest best and cheapen j W Has lasted ever since you fought for Main St Richmond Ky 25- Hotel Glyudou Eart me K OT M MVow J- SHOT - wH Mr Ur m - lt- - HARD W A K E i i 5- - THE CLIMAX FR iCH TIPTON 1 WEDXS8DAV Editor SI l B11SIIEU EVKK1 Ths Climax Printing Wm G Co White Chas SPowell PKB KAR PBH E flSO Vciad7 January i 1390 Democratic Ticket JOHN c CHENACLT IWTY IKKKK MY JlTKiE la W HILL another halt dozen years prove differently Two Scott presses were added at a cost of 34000 Recently all these presses were put aside and a new double sup piemen t sterotype perfecting press made by R Hoe ft Co was secured at a cost of 45000 It prints folds and pasteb 24000 papers an hour any size With the typesetting machines recently introduced at great cost and by which one man can set six times as much as heretofore the Courier Journal is as well equipped as any paper in the world and better than any other with perhap a half dozen exceptions If Mr Haldemanthe great business head of the Courier Journal knows any one tiling it is to keep his paper in advance Â¬ Â¬ THE MESSAtiE MR DAVIS AND GEN- - BLAlKEGARi 1 PROGRESSIVE FARMING IN THE SOUTH Governor Buckners message referring to the Auditors Report The report of the Auditor says of Public Accounts gives a detailed statement of all the expenditures of the State government during the last two years and shows its present financial condition The total receipts including balance at the beginning of the year for the fiscal year ending June 30 amounted to 439379336 The total expenditures during the same period were 432080712 leaving a balance in the treasurv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ June 30 1889 7292624 The Audtor estimates that there will be a surplus in the general expenditure fund on June 30 1890 of 17184478 and on June 30 IV ATTORNEY J A BULUVAW SHERIFF li S NOT TK1E J W BALKS KoK lAMKK JOHN MB - VA1 ASSESSOR JoELT EMBHY KINTKNDEXT SCH MILS A T MILLION FOB M RVRYOR The land owner in Madixon county through which the R I A B rail road has been located are fighting under difficulties The Richmond imperii are arrayed on the side of the railroad against its own citizens and are at tempting to influence the people to give the right of way for the railroad as Â¬ Â¬ low as possible We are much surprised hat these excellent papers lake the aide of a corporation agaiust their own people Winchester Sun A G WILLIAMSON FOR CORONER B DUD MILLER Aagist 1S90 Llertioa First Meadav The wife of the exiled Emperor of Brazil Does Pedro is dead - Robed Tyler doughter in-f President Tyler and who fast lady of the White U died at Montgomery Ala Sun dav Tib kLATURl LEdilSLATl KE The caucus for House and Sen nations resulted as fol- - f the House of Harvey Meyers Eton ierk of the House Green ariisle k it of the U i Louisville at Arms of the House Robert T I Bullitt of the House Capt ok of Shelby lerk of the Senate Harry trlisle As Y M -- b 6 G Cromwell of Franklin it at Arms of the Senate nate the Senate Jo- uisville A Iioii SIBS1DES For a beginner the editor of the Winchester Sun is as profound a fabricator as any within our knowledge The Climax lias not said one word for or against either side in any of the condemnation proceedings But Thk Climax did publish the awards of the Clark county juries in the K I nhich certainly put a high figure on lands Whtnsome parties concerned in the railroad here asked if we could not as well omit such things we answered that we were running a newspaper not a railroad paper The R X I ft B and the Contract Company are made up in great part of Madison county gen tlemen We have not therefore had anything to say between them and the land owners both parties being our neighbors and friends We are for the road but for the land owners as well The law is plain and fair on the point of damages It places the matter lirst in the hands of Commissionerand second in the hands of a jury when there is objection to the award of the Commissioners It does seem to us that the County Judge with twelve good citizens ought to decide the matter justly If not there are the higher Courts Just why the Sun should 6tate that we are arrayed on the side of the railroad against our own citizens when our own citizens are on both sides and we have not said a word one way or the other mething we cannot understood Â¬ tor uWe look upon it with that compassion with which we have lie sickly child icd to an early li that sentence does not contain igh mal ace to poison an h or a shark it is stiliiciently id of charity viewing the Sun trom hi- - standpoint to make a pi cry This Mr Beckner was the man an unjut untrue - article alxmt us and our neighbors and friends and then positively refused to publish our open letter to him even for pay He virtually admitted sub sequently that he was wrong in the matter but failed to make even a pretense of an apology AVe are glad to see Kentucky journalism getting rid of undesira ble material 1 The subject of good country rail he pays roads is now more prominently him- riliite With before the public than at any a lottrish and a huzza he an- time perhaps since the settlement tally the other nounces that he retires with of the country rd none and charity day one of the leading Xew York mah lor all In tlie next paragraph periodicals contained a long and he says of the Sun his competi well written illustrated article on le to his su- Beckner has severed his with the Winchester IMPROVE THE ROADS L CANT AUItEE Mr Clay in his circular printed given to the public speaks of the yoke of all corporations trusts and MhMms Trusts and combines are detrimental to the aaaaoM and the yoke should be thrown off if we knew how All corporations however are urdensome but public neces the sanction of law and are the chief founders ol public improvement What yoke has the Waco Ha nd Manufacturing Co itn i upon us It is a corporation Mr Clay is ita Presidentaud one of Um stockholders in Jt What yoke has the Rich mond Steam Laundry fastened on the community It is a corpora lion The Richmond Gas Co is a corporation The Richmond Hotel Co is a corporation The Hume distillery at Silver Creek is a corporation The Ma County Fair is a corporation The Richmond Sfeet Railway Co is rporation The Richmond Come corporation Have these institutions any yokes I four largest schools are Our turnpikes are corporations all corporations Our Madison Club is a corporation Alas our town is a corporation Aye many of our churches are incorporated The country can not exist with out corporations 44 Â¬ Â¬ the building ot macadamized and similar roads Since that a public meeting at Syracuse was addressed by well informed gentlemen who had prepared able papers on the subject of improved country roads in general Books and papers on the construction and maintenance of roads are finding readers everywhere The prime cause of this awaken ing in the interest of country roads is the multiplication of railroads Wherever they go good country roads are more essential than ever before for the railroads must have freight and passengers and the better the other roads the larger the quantities of freight and the greater the number of passengers to be had It costs no more and possibly not as much for a vehicle to haul a large load on a good road than a small load on a bad road Another and strong impetus is the low price of passenger vehicles They are now within the reach of every body and a vehicle is of no value to its owner without a road upon which to use it The increase in better qualities of wearing apparel and the consequent need of protection from horseback conveyance requires vehicles and they in turn require better roads The spread ol that little wonder the bicycle into all sections of the country and its increasing popularity afford additional de mand for good roads The scriptures sav bv their fruits ye shall know them and paraphrasing Mr Watterson u ed to say in his lecture on the Comicalities Whimsicalities and Real-- by ities ol Southern Life their jokes ye shall know them It would be equally as true to say by their roads ye shall know them1 A country with good rods is a good country and a country with bad roads is to put it mildly not a good country in which to live Life is too precious to be wasted on mean roads Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of 53284478 Further commenting the Governor says The defalcation of the late Treasurer of the State reported to your predecessors amounted to 2471 2S50 Proceedings by the Attorney General resulting in realizing on the funds and property ol the defaulting Treasurer and adjudications by the Special Commission constituted by the Legislature have resulted in reducing this amount by the sum of 73 03388 leaving a balance yet due The Commission of 17409462 is still proceeding in the adjustment of the outstanding accounts and it is estimated that the in debtedness will be still farther reduced leaving probably not more than 150000 to be collected from the bondsmen of the Treasurer The suit against them is pending in the Court of Appeals The Governor calls the attention of the Legislature to the rapid increase in the cost of juries and ascribes it to the want of attention on the part of some of the Circuit Judges and Commonwealths Attorneys to the interests of the public The great disparity between different counties in the cost of In the witnesses is noticed county of Anderson there was paid to witnesses the sum of only 1600 in the county of Bell S14S4S8 in the populous county of Boone only 3136 in the county of Breathitt S2314SS in the county of Caldwell only 900 in the county of Clay 167344 in the county ot Kenton includ ing the large city of Covington 33960 and in the county of Knott 120544 in the county of Campbell including the city of Newport I893 and in the The county of Knox 366458 Governor attributes this outrage to the lack of attention on the part of the proper officers The only means of putting an end to such abuses seems to be the enactment of a law forbidding payment to witnesses and jurors except for the time they are actually belore the court and giving authority to the Auditor to reject Heavy all unreasonable claims penalties should also attach to officials who misstate the necessi tv of the attendance of witnesses or who cause them to be sum moned without probable necessity The Governor complains of a MM of unnecessary legislation and suggests a halt in that direction The Legislature is advised to dissolve the counties of Harlan and Perry and distribute them to other and more peacelul counties Change of law in the matter of fines is suggested so that they be paid directly into the Treasury Violation of chartered rights should be punished by forfeiture of charter The Governor points out the evils of trusts and especially the exclusive privilege evil and suggests that remedies be devised Altogether the message is an able one 1891 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Manufacturers Record watches Mr George Cary Egglefton contributes the following to the New York with much satisfaction the steady World touching the differences be Â¬ progress farming is making in the tween Mr Davis and Gen Beaure- Â¬ South as iudicated by a close reading of exchanges A line here and a par gard The absence of Gen Beau regards agraph there although intended as name from the list of Southerners vlio mere items of news speak volumes as took prominent part in the obsequies to the enlightenment that is coming of Mr Jefferson Davis recalls the long to our farmers This is true of nil parts enmity between the two men It of the South from Maryland to Texas seems to me a matter of curious Inter These items are a source of satisfaction est that the bitterest point of the i ar as they indicate a growing independrei probably arose from so sligh a ence of the Boulh in ia source of food thing as the misplacing of a punctua supply A recent letter from a little town in tion mark in the transmission of a Northwestern Texas stated that this di palch by telegraph As nobody so far as I know has county will have plenty of hog and How few the evtr directed attention to the matter hominy for next year as neither Mr Davis nor Jeu counties iu the South are that can and Beauregard seems ever to have dis Â¬ make a better showing In Georgia a covered the cause of the misunder well known and progressive farmer standing it is worth while perhaps say H he makes oats at lio ceuts a bushel and sells them for 90 ceuts and makes to Hiint it out After the retirement of Beauregards hay for nearly nothing and sells it for 17 a ton Farmers in New York army from Corinth to Tupelo Beaureraise cows on land worth 100 or more gard went away to recover his health ami Mr Duvis placed Gen Bragg iu an acre make butter at 27 cents a pound and lsy up money every year command Fanners in the South are begin Beauregard bitterly resented this a an a It rout Davis justified his act ou ning to s e that ifthere is money in the ground that without asking lem c dairying iu New York under these the Geueral was at the time about to conditions there must be money iu leave on surgeons certificate for four it in Mie South where good pasture Beauregards inspired bio land can be had at 0 to 510 an acre months grnpher Col Alfred Boinau charges and where most of the butler now used Mr Davis by implication at least is imported It requires but little more with falsehood in making this state- care food and attention to raise high ment and cities Beauregards dis- grade milch cows than to raise com Â¬ patch to the adjutant geueral as fol mon beef cattle consequently we are hearing every few days of herds of fiue lows Geu Bragg has just communicated cattle in the South Jerseys Holsteius tomea telegram seudiug him to relieve AJderoeys and others Frequently we temporarily Gen Lovell His pres have had occasion to speak of I he ence here I consider indispensable at progress in fruit growing and the this moment especially and am leav- Â¬ good results coming from ihis are the ing for a while on surgeons certificate many canning establishments going For four mouths I have deiaved obey Â¬ up as reported iu our Construction To the friends of the ing their urgent recommendations in Department that respect I desire to be back here South these things are very gratifying to retake the offensive as soou as our as they Indicate a well developed forces shall have been sufficiently re growth which will make the South one of the most wealthy and independ organized I must have a short rest ent empires in the world an empire Col Roman says of the dispatch We ask the reader to examine its that can feed itself house itself clothe phraseology carefully aud say whether itself aud yet supply in addition more ii could be so construed as to couvy than its quota of the worlds supply of the idea that Gen Beauregard was raw material sod manufactured goods Baltimoie Manufacturers Record about to leave on surgeons certificate for four mouths RELIGIOUS The candid reader will certainly auswer yes if he remembers that tie Dr Lapsley McKees protracted meetdispatch went to Mr Davis by wiie and observe that the transposition of ing at the Second I ibyteriaa church is a period not only renders such con- in progress with good attendance struction possible but makes that the SPEEDWELL evident meaning of the message Gen Beauregard wrote I am leaving Mr McCarthys work on the new for a while ou surgeous certificate For four months I have delayed The three c railroad is progressing wellAs Mr Davis received law dispatch it stone cuts on the north side of the eviIeutly read I am leaving for a branch on the laud of Mrs Paulina while on eurgeous certificate for four Covington are nearly half done Good progre s is hing made in a stone cut months I have delayed c A comparison of the dispatch as Pent just below on the land of J P Logs and the dispatch as received would don also above in several earth cuts have shown both men that a mere on the lands of James Evaus and Hon Aliout one hundred misunderstanding had occurred through W B While a very simple error iu telegraphic hand- - are now at work most of the trausmissiou But no such compari- colored having gone home to remain son was made aud each suspected the till March when they will return aud the force will be increased to probably other of deliberate falsification three hundred The present force is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j I prefer to have pigs come nbout the fast of March or the first of April so as to have them ready to eat the young and tender grass which Is the best feed for pigs A sow while raising young pigs ought to run ou grass aud have a small ration of corn and a lib eral feed of slop Shorts and brau or ground rye make the best slop of auy ground grain be careful not to feed too much corn to the young growing pig I never put slioats on full feed of corn until they are about six or seven mouths old then rush them right along aud wheu they are fat sell them It never pays to feed fat hos a month or two waiting fr the price to come up Breeders Guide Seen In Dream In 1868 Lizzie 1L Trask of Vienna Me was dressmaking in Lewiston She came into possession of a gold twenty five cent piece with a hole in it This she showed as a curiosity to her friends At that time 6he had a little niece 2 years old daughter of Jonathan P Trask now the wife of Leman Butler trader in Mt The little coin Lizzie once Vernon showed to her niece Addie when she was a very small girl telling her hat she would give it to her when she was old enough to take care of it Lizzie died twelve years ago In her possession was a ladys wallet with several compart- Â¬ ments This wallet her mother used until her death seven years ago Then James a brother of Lizzie had it and it has been in constant use almost daily ever since either by him or his wife The little gold coin was never seen after Lizzies death or before for several years by her friends and its whereabouts was not known and in fact its existence A few had passed from their memory days ago Mrs Butler made her parents a visit stopping with them several nights While there she dreamed that she saw her Aunt Lizzies wallet and that it was faced with green and in a certain com- Â¬ partment she found the little gold coin which she saw so many years ago On telling her mother her dream she was in- Â¬ formed that Lizzie did have a wallet which answered her description and that her Uncle James had it The wallet Addie had never seen She then visited her uncle and told her dream to her aunt who laughed at the idea of any- Â¬ thing being in it other than what she and her husband had placed there But at Addies earnest solicitation she pro- Â¬ duced it and as soon as Addio saw it she That is the same wallet exclaimed that I saw in my dream and pointed out the compartment that held the treas- Â¬ ure She then took a needle and run uing it to the bottom she drew forth a n spaper and in it was indeed a gold Matter with a hole in it wrapped no doubt by the hand of her aunt at least twelve years before where it had lain all this time without tho knowledge of any one until Addies dream caused it to be brought forth Augusta Me Age -- and several ether dis Â¬ P per skiu eases are caused by the presence of A worms in the intestiues aud lungs the National Stockmau writ and Farmer suggests as a preventive the mixture of a little powdered top perss sulphur and wood ashes with the feed of the sheep exchange says that if a few dry An cows or heifers are kept in the field with sheep the dogs will seldom molest them We have found sheep iu the morning huddled so closely around and under a friendly old cow IbeJ she could not gft away from them She had saved their lives Unprecedented Attraction OVER A MILLION t fr IilSTKIBlTED- - BOOT SHOE HOUSE Louisiana State Lottery Company So Sure mediciue possessing by virtue of its peculiar combination proportion and preparation curative jiower superior to any other article A Boston lady who knew what she wanted and whose example is worthy imitation tells her experience below If yon have made up your mind to buy Hoods Sarsapartlla do not be induced to take any other Hoods Sarsapartlla U a peculiar To Get In one store where I went to buy Floods Sarsapanlla tbe clerk tried to induce me buy their own iustcad of Hoods hetoldmethcirs would last longer that I might take it on ten days trial that If I did nut like it I need not pay anything etc But he could not prevail on me to change I told him I knew wliat Hoods Sarsapartlla was I bad taken it wns satisfied with it and did not want any other Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ ucational and Charitable purposes and its TO BE ENLAKGED ANT franchise made a Dart of the present State Constitution in 1S79 by an overwhelming popular vote Its Mammoth Drawings take place Semi Annually Juneand December and its Grand Single Number Drawings take place in each of the other ten months of the ear and are all drawn in public at the Academy ot Music New Orleans La On account of the Inconvenience that FAMED FOB TWENTY YEABS will occur therefrom we have decii t For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt toseli out our euormous stock of Payment of Prizes attested as follows We do here y certify that w supervise the arrangt ments for all the Monthly and Semi Anneal Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Companv and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves anc that the same are conducted with horestv fairness and in good faith toward al parties and we authorize the Company tc use this cirtificate with facsimile of our signatures attached in its advertisements RemodeleD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Boots Shoes HATS AND AT A- - FURNISHING GOODS ffU CMMISStONERS Great SACRIFICE From now until the builders begiu and complete their work This will be a rare opnor tunity for the people of Richmond and Madison county to gwt tin Hoods When I began taking Hoods Sarsaparilla I was feeling real miserable suffering a great deal with dyspepsia and so weak that at times I could hardly stand I looked and hid for some time like a person in con- Â¬ sumption Hoods Sarsaparilla did me so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes JLta and my friends frequently speak of it Ella A Gorr CI Terrace Street Boston We the undersigned Banks and Bankers will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters R M Walmsley President Louisiana National Bank Pierre Lanalx President State National Bank A Baldwin President New Orleans National Bank Carl Kohn President Union National Bank Â¬ Biggest Bargains CENTRAL KSNTU3KY GRAND MONTHLY They have ever receivel boa source rat our stock is one of tlie DRAWING best and largest in 14 iS Sarsaparilla 100 Doses One Dollar At the Academe of Music New Orleans TUESDAYJANUARY Sold by all druggists 81 six for 55 Prepared only by C I HOOD a CO Apothecarie Lowell Sum a 29 This is no catch penny o net rid of roods but we are in ea tooooo Tickets at Twenty Dollars each Hahrcs Quarters 5 10 Tenths 2 about everything we say Twentieths We have all the latest sty LIST OF PRIZES 1 Capital Prize 8300000 I HARDWARE WE GIVE AWAY Prize of Prize of 1 Prize of Prize of 2 Prizes of 5 Prizes of 25 Prizes of 100 Prizes of 200 Prizes of 500 Prizes of I I 1 300000 is 100000 is 50000 is- 25000 is 10000 are 5000 are 1000 are 500 are 300 are 200 are PRIZES 300000 100000 50000 25000 20000 25000 25000 50000 60000 100000 50000 30000 20000 99900 99 Ladies Shoes We have all the latest sty MENS SHOES AND BOOTS We have all the best makes anl latest styles in APPROXIMATION 100 100 Prizes of do do oo are 500 100 99O are 200 are lOoare arc Misses and Childrens Shoes We have a full stock of PHOTOGRAPHING A FLYING bTLLET Photographs of the interior of the gun are taken by means of the electr c light and the information obtained by these means is most valuable and is manifestly more satisfactory thau that given by the method of taking impressions of the bore I u soft ruober Photography has also been made me of in studying the motion of the pro- Â¬ jectile In the case of large guns in stantaneous views of the shot during its flight have been successfully taken by means of a camera provided with a quick acting shutter This method is not applicable however to small arms A rifle bullet is a very small object aud the camera must be set very near its path in order to obtain a picture of sufficient size to be of use hue the nearer the instrument is placed to the moving object to be photographed the more rapid is the motion of the image over the plate aud no ijsUutaucous or quick acting shutter could possibly be made to operate with sufficient rapidity or at the proper instant to give a sharply defined picture The desired end is accomplished however by the aid of electricity The camera is provided with an extremely sensitive plate and placed in a dark room through which the bullet is made to pass The iustaut the bullet is in front of the camera it breaks an electric circuit producing a spark which illuminates the bullet for an iustant and its image is impressed upon the sensitive plate The dura tion of the electric spark is almost infinitesimal aud since the plate is affected only during the continuance of the spark a well defined photograph of an otject moving at a greater velocity than that of sound is obtaiued Such pictures show tbe condensation of the air in front of the bullet the vacuum behind it and the eddies and currents produced iu the surrounding atmosphere by its motion and they afford information which is of value determining the best shape to be given to the projectile in order to reduce to a minimum the resistance which tbe air opposes to its flight and so increase its range and effect Scrihuers MagaÂ¬ ARE Y0L LEFT LEGGED Â¬ CREMATED The body of Wm Schnaufter Sr whose death occurred November 19 wm cremated at Loudon Park at an early hour yesterday morning In THE COURIER Jill RNAL TREATS ITSELF The latest and best improve ments in printing come high but the Courier Journal will have them regardless of cost In the its hyphenated exis tence it had what was then a good press printing 00 4 page papers r Hall a dozen vears baaed the necessity of a ind 30000 were lock machine which printed from a continuous roll two papers simulhaving a capacity of P per hoar Five folding machines were necessary to do Djr The Bullock was to y perfection and its Â¬ - accordance with the wishes of the family of the deceased the cremation was private no one Iteiug present ex cept Dr M L Davis of Lancaster Pa who superintended the construc tion of the crematory aud the attend ant at Liuudon Pirk The body was placed Iu the retort at 530 a m while the retort was at a red heat aud waa at the instep 42 5 percent From the rapidly reduced to ashes Baltimore taole of the figures it is observed that Sun the left foot is more frequently the larger in the male than the female Mrs Susan Sandusky executrix of Isaac Sandusky deceased sold his sex aud the per centage of feet of tire homestead at Blacks Cross Roads con Â¬ same size is greater in the female sisting of 370 acres at the Court house The percentage of the right larger than the left is very constant whereas door Wednesday to Wm Deering the numbers of the left larger aud Co of Chicago for 2u00U a fraction over 5450 per acre Of the farm 126 those iu which both feet were the setae acre was subject to the widows dower size are much more variable Man being naturaiy or artificially right right Bourbon News handed and left legged tends unconAfter diphtheria scarlet fever or sciously to bear to the right lower pneumonia Hoods cparilla wUi animals ou the other hand appear give strength to th system and expel nearly always to circle to the left all potaoB fNODt tbw blow it Baltimore Suu- Â¬ A paper on Left Ieggedness was read before the British Association by Dr W K Sibley who said that Prof Le Daulisme Cerebral Ball in speaks of a man as a right handed animal Being right handed it is pop- Â¬ ularly assumed that be is also right legged but this does not appear to be he case Standing working with the right hand there is a tendency to use the left leg for balance Many people find less exertion in going round circles to the right than circles to the left Race paths are nearly always made for runniug in circles to the right So the majority of movements are more readily performed to the right as dancing running etc The rule iu walking is to keep to the right and this appears to be almost universal It is more natural to bear to the right Of a large number of people fiom the better educated classes asked about the existence of the rule only 67 per cent males aud 53 per cent females were aware of the rule The large majority obey it unconsciously in walking Crowds tend to bear to the right The lett leg being the stronger it is more readily brought into action Hence troops start off with the left foot It is the foot which is placed in the stir lupof tbe saddle or the step of the bicycle iu mounting So the left is the foot which a man takes off from Iu the experience of Mr iu jumping G H Darwin blindfolding boys and telling them to walk straight the right handed one diverged to the right and vice versa From measurroents of Dr Garson of the skeletons of tbe iwo legs in 543 per cent the left was the longer aud 358 the right For measurements of the feet the author collected the measurements of 200 pairs with the result that in 44 per cent the left was longer in 215 per cent the right and iu 345 per cent they were the same size Measurement at the first juiut gave 56 per cent left larger and Â¬ mostly Italian Christmas has passed oft delightfully Everybody and the weather seem to be in harmony It would seem pessimists have become optimists or have not dared to give utterance to tlieir usual glooiny prophecies Health and prosperity a balmy December and Christ mns so wrought upon the good people here and hereabout that Sunta Claus was petitioned for a Christ mas tree at the Christian Cuurch on Christmas Day and the old fellow was so delighted with weather eopleSuu-day-schochildren something else or all together that he put up two loaded with presents for almost everybodv for miles around The like was never seen here b fore At 12 oclock the house being densely packed a few re marks were made and the happy audience sang All Hail the Power of Jesus Name followed with prayer when it was anuounced that Santa was about to make his appearance A few raps upon the back door and the old fellow dressed iu harmouy with the weather entered After entertain ing the audience with a few antics he proceeded to distribute the many beautiful presents which occupied nearly two hours although he had several assistants Nearly every person present received something and when the work was finished God he with You was smut the beuedictiou pronounced and everyone went vy feeling it was good to have been there Not an iuci dent or accident occurred to mar the happiness of the occisiou and some one was heard to remark When 8eedwell sets her head she is hard to beat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3134 Prizes amounting to 1054800 BUT A DOLLAR WILL BOY AS Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes many things of the best quality at our are not entitled to terminal Prizes house as at any other place in Ken tucky We respectfully ask you to call ACENTS WANTED aud examine our stock of For Ciub Rates or any further intormation desired write legibly to the undersigned clearly stating our residence Mary Lombard and Celia King who with with Mate County Street and Number eighty other women are employed in the More rapid return mail delivery will be rag room of tho Seymour puer null at assured by your enclosing an Envelope Our Anthracite Open Fronts bearing your lull address mNor Iocks Conn have the smallpox and tho other women and the xf ple of tbe town arc niucu alarmed at tno prospect it are cheerful ornameutal and eaaasurta the disease spreading ble We keep every style iu Address M A DALPHIN New Orleans La Officer what is the charge against Cooking Stoves Ranges Wood or M A Dai piiin Washington D C ths man By ordinary letter containing Money Yer honor I caught him singin In Order issued by all Express Companies and Coal Stoves tho gloaming O my darlin New York ExchangeDraft or Postal Note Two years Aiidress Regisiered Letters containing Yenowines News Currency to OUR STOCK OF New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK Louisville Tobacco Market New Orleans La V ISj-- Cilover A Durrelt Louisville Tobacco REMEMBER that the payment of Tinware Cutlery is Complete Prizes is Guaranteed by Four Nation Ware House Banks of New Orleans and the Tickets Stales on our market for the past We are for the week ju t closed amount to 463 hbda Pixw ami Bote airenls poods Bid Injiw are signed by the President of an Instituall of the Gala tion whose chartered rights are recog wih receipts for the same period of 1781 Manufacturingother Company llbis Sales on our market since Jan lin DieiidnflCultivalors als i for Iar nized in the highest Courts therefore beware of all imtations or anonymous uary 1st amount to 132702 hhds Kales schemes teSTin Koofini a Specialty 8 of the crop of 1888 on our market to ONE DOLLAR is the price of the Call ami see us before luyiug else- Â¬ this date amount to3402 hhd- smallest part or fraction of a Ticket Issued Sales on our market for the year where by us in any Drawing Anything in our doted on December 24 and the market ATZPATRICK BRECK name offered for less than a Dollar is a clo ed with h little more activity ou 24- swindle all grades Sales will begin again on Main St Richmond Ky January 2nd MM The following quotations fairly rep res Mit our market ou Burley tobacco crop of lss 1 ss rih Xot Poleiy and damaged to ts and shoes Kerry cfc Company iambs CSteatarataa Conmuy fancy btassware W C Randolph ivory goods and Hunter and Dickson metal supplies caused damage estimated at 10000 The k6s is covered by insur- Â¬ ance in Low Covered by Insurance Dec 25 Fire Tuesday night in the building Nos 243 and 245 Arch street occupied by M S Hoger Philadelphia Nothing 999 do do terminal trizes 100 9o Infants9 Shoes We have the largest line ot STOVES BF In the City- We have the best selection of The market affords sue Stiff and Stetson Felt 11a We have an abundant sun ply of Umbrellas Neckwear Shirt- Suspenders rents Uosierv c All to be COST AT COST At Cost AT COST iive us a call and see for votir self Respectfully A HATS HARD W It E Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WALLACE BICE P M r Dook POPES to Post Office THE 15EST PLACE TO BlY VOIR hio Jl t W Fine 30 to SS V Carriages O Harflware amistoyes LARD CANS BUTCHER KNIVES MEAT CUTTERS And all kinds of TINWARE FINE COAL VASES FINE CUTLERY tolory Trash J350 to 550 So oiumon Lugs not colory 350 to FARM FOE SUE NEW BUGGIES Ballew 189- Colory Lugs C 50 to S0 Common Leaf 800 to 10 00 Medium to good leaf 1000 to 1500 Select or wrappery leaf 15 00 to As Executors of George W 20 00 decM we will on NEW PBJET0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES Local Produce Markets COBRECTKD ARNOLD COVINGTON ft BKO GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY WEEKLY BY Satnrday Jmar 25th Richmond Ky Beef Cattle Butcher Hoes Sugar Cured Hams Bacjn Hams Country Cared But cr Chi kens ESg Dec 31 1SS9 5 Iticlimond near the Richmond aid Big Hill pike sell publicly to tbe high est bidder the farm of On the premises 5 miles south east of Â¬ 3 25 4 175 ACRES The home place of the aforesaid Bal- Â¬ dwelling house good out iifei5c lew Good two huildings i 50 COAL OIL STOVES My vehicles are all new and of the very latest pattens They are for sale Call and Pee the celebrated ou tlie moet reasonable terms If you ECONOMIST RANGE the best ou want a vehicle come and see me and earth you woutgo horns without one 5- BEREA Con per barrel TallDw Beef wax Floir Wheat - 752 ioffyioc Si 1 imm 00 70c 25 50 So3 Â¬ Â¬ zine enterprise in New York is an establishment which makes u business of cleaning windows The clean ers all wear uniforms which consist of a btue suit aod a peak cap with a shield on which is the companys uame They all carry ladders which are painted red and white At the top where the ladder tapers to a point there is a square block of lubbor so that when the ladder is placed against a window on account of the size of the block and the elasticity of the rubber the pressure is not great enougii to break the glass the rubber also nre venting the ladder from stratchiug the pane Tiie company charges ac Â¬ cording to the size of the window for washing an ordinary sized window it charges per month Each employe cleans from 100 to 150 er day A novel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 i Â¬ Wauderiag Arab and a Spanish Trnrk uan Win 920000 Two tickets sold iu tnis city for the October drawing of the Louisiana State Lottery drew big prizes The lucky ticket holders Hansa Moham Â¬ med one of the arabian jugglers and Anthony Someriva who does the trucking for Hawley Hoops confec Â¬ tioners 271 Mulberry street Moham med held one twentieth of ticket 71323 drawing second capital prize of 100000 The ticket held by Someriva was number 63856 and drew one twentieth of the first capital prize of 300000 The nx uey came through Wells Fargo A Co a Express New York Daily News Nov 9 It J A Miss Jennie Lester spent Christmas with friends in Lexington Mr Vane Lovelace of London is the guest of Mi Van Ryan and family Edwin S Fee and family from Clarksburg Ind an spending the Christmas season with his parents Miss Lena Sayres ho has spent several weeks with friends in Jamestown Ind returned last Friday Mrs Holliday from Geneva Illinois spends the holiday season with her daughter Miss May the Art teacher in the College Rev If EL llinman of Washington DC is the guest of Mr Fee He preach ed at the College Chapel on Sunday morning Rev Johnson the pastor of Silver Creek Church assisted by Rev Pike has beta holding a series of interesting revival meetings for the past week Frof F R Nichols from New Hamp- Â¬ shire arrived on Saturday last and will be added to the teaching force of the College for the remainder ol the school year Prof W E C Wright made a trip to Romeo Mich during the short vacation and returned with a bride Miss M A Muzzy the former lady principal of our school J F Browne and Mrs Silivan Hanson closed the district echool with exhibitions both Thursday and Friday nights They were well attended and the interest le mained good throughout Â¬ Â¬ Hay per 100 lbs Oab in sheaf per 100 lbs Lard Feathers Meal Oat4 per bushel Orchard Grass Gernan Millet Timothy Seed 25i 401500 2m 40c I3C orchards well fenced good water about f0 acres to go in coin itu acres now in wheat bal ance iu grass Terms liberal and made known on day of sale If not sold will be rented Sale at oclock G W BALLEW 28 32 B F DEATHERAGE 1 - JOHN DOXEL8ON Â¬ T C WEIXS B F CARR CENTRAL UNIVERSITY O0o G T WELLS CO The SECOND TERM of tlo nrwnt session of this institution will begiu M isfioc JOA65C 40soc 1 J W MACKEY -- TlicOnly CoaJ Yard in Town 01I1 j Juun Ill OK Cioter Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Swetit Potatoes Irish Potatoes 4 7Ss Si 50 90 00 1 75 AT THE L 50Q63 sYISTIDOPtf -WITH A- 00 50 40 -- But students will be received at any time and charged for the term only For further Â¬ Only a square from the Court house logue apply to information aud Cata You dout have to send away out to L H BLANTON the depot 27-3- 0- LIVE STOCK MARKET EEPOET By GMBHra A KMBRY IA- - Stock CorumiKsioi Merchants h I CI nolo null Lulou Stock Yards and Covlugtou Stock Yards Handsome Barber Shop and Soft Coal and Anthracite First - Class Barbers one ColIleUuuyutoTow NOTICE CHAWKII 10 CREDITORS Cincinnati Ohio Fair o Good Com non and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Com non and Rough Dec 30 1889 4 4 SHIPPING CATTLE uoor 10 r xtra f 4 30d 4 oo 2 Nut and Lump Coal Perfect satisfaction given to every Special attention given to ladies Now and children Alo to my country next to open at Myers old lumberyard Second Presbyterian church trieuds Lowest I have moved my shop over to the Quickest delivery iu towu Hotel aud I hope all will come to see prices Try us 1T- C T me STELLS ft CO Yours very respectfully 20- JOEL W MACKEY MONEY REFUND EC Taoe mark All persons holding claims aaaint the estate of R M Hasan deceased are notified to file tbe same witli me verified according to law on or before March 1 1890 or the same Mill be barred SARAH J HAG AN Silvkk Ckekk Ky B Ji s 3 jo 3 2 1 7e 3 85 3 5 3 3 3 2 BUTCHER CATTLE to Extra r air a uood Extn Fat Steers Iiiir o Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Good 3 25 2 2 750 2 25 1 1 r Kfc Ass gr m Te Jorum REY1EI OF LIYIIG 7fi COfil 4 00 3 75 3 5 3 00 3 00 - 50 2 bo 1 A MOITHLY SUBJECTS World V Ae Fonmctt Writers in the MO BULLS B st Shipping Uest Bologna 2 2 1 005 75 25 Fair Good Feeders Common and Thin I Fair Bologna 2 25 ie 9 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 65 25 55 ls the rreaiert beoa to womankindBtOSHOM Poiti ely cures all forms female weikneu such as Paiatul Menstruation ofBanen Pr0i ii Oranan and Fibrod in eariy itage and the lJne list of innumerable and urmemionable luflerinrs that afflict the paujnt Try it and you will eacXum as hundred ofothers have Oh I feel liieadereat woman One month s treatment nt postpaid to any part f the bnked State on of rttf not St ma months M Money refunded if a cure i ipt effected Eunn untirv OLIVB xJeCihea 1 S2jLir-L7-kv- nP Extra Steers 3 40 3 Warreii Hume who stands at the Fair lo Good Steers 3 oo 3 Good to Extra Heifers head of the hunters of Ike Adirondack 2 25 i is now sixty years of age He com Comi ion and Thin Stackers 1 73 2 COWS AND CALVES menced hunting when twelve and 40 003145 much of the time since baa made it a Best Graiies Fair tr Good 30 0035 profession to hunt and trap for market Common 12 00823 He has killed over 4000 deer and 600 Best Ieal Calves 6 75 7 6 oo bears besides great numbers of wolves Fair 10 Good 6 3 oo 4 martece ottei and other fur bearing Comii on and Heavy HOGS animals Mr Hume says his liest days 3 65 3 hunting was to kill dresi aud haug up Select Butchers Fair 3 3 seven deer This he has doue on two Goodl toGood Packers Extra Lights 3 60 3 different occasions Mr Hume esti Light Pigs 3 40a 3 mates there are now iu tbe Adirondack SPRING LAMBS foreita 36000 deer and 4000 bears C Extra 6 25 Â¬ Â¬ 1 ion3 Address TSC ISSTUVTC CO Columbus Ohio Forsale bv Woods khmond Ky Hutchinson Drug 24- - Joan G CaaufLc FORUM has won th highest place by any periodical for it pub- Â¬ lishes articles by more authoritative writers and by more workers alonj instruc- Â¬ tive lines of activity than any other publica- Â¬ tion It contains eleven studies of great subjects every month It is impartial giv Â¬ ing hearings alike to each side It is finanÂ¬ cially independent and it belongs to no sect or party or interest It is never seitsa Uonal but it aims alwa jtrnctive THE 0 00 nJ25ToVr faofStTlletothPrtomTcoUeworkwhlchdaN 00 OO Notice to Creditors Iaitov Nkwbvs VH 00 50 00 70 65 70 50 50 MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Trustee writer can Hod to addnu la toy Uod -- fro AUXAHQtR W l to 1Z1 co10 Place a h aod uo welgUtoCIUcoatnfcuuooi -- THE HL fornot of our mfarinm tOHX TMS 0r Talton Kkvbyi Hrs Forums duo All persons having claims against that the year lOO w or s Taltou Newby deed are require produce said claims before me verified exS according to law on or efore February 1st 189t 27 28 I J There has established th nouncements com- rwarU no problem of gx i111 Mr MO with Drmctfaal and arioty loo fORCM waa An articles ca rward will be U ject forTHB Affe iuary nur recent a reply by the Taxis J R BUKNAM m THE FOKU3I PUBLISHING COMPANY 253 Flftli j zt-- 1- - -- SL K if till V L1 1 X 1 LMLM i 111 - e ir i 1 A y I h t VOLUME III Iw RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY Biriliif iv Va I an iter D I I is mnn renin rmirruir oins I 1I Â¬ I 1 1 pe- SZ sSatwatM nrf V M Ti UU1 I LLIUL lXl VV LMLM V W 1890 is NUMBER 29 a new south af new oleus i Union was mighty band and that tne Ami saved from the wreck of war message Mr President cornea to you from consecrated ground Every foot of the aoil 1 live is sacred aa a battle ground the ntjililic Every hill that invents a fa balliwtsl to yisi by the blood of your brothers who ir victory and doubly Has blow of those ash hallow r anted is defeat sacred soil to all of is -- riea with memories that make us and sU onger and better silent but stanch witness in its rich desolation of tne DowiiAnEmbankiiient Gladston A to N Terrible Accident on tne The Grand Old Man Calibrates An Estimate from the His 80li Anniversary Chesapeake and Ohio Road of the Mint LOVE rector EMAILING HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE JI Twenty Five Iiiiurrd IiiTi lrron in the Smoking Jar Killed rlsrept Oue No Ladle or lilllru Wer Injure J Fortunately r the in li I Not Take Fire Nam and Some of Who Are Ucwl Thn H0N03 AND OBEDIENCE HajiWf if People CHANGES MADE FROM LAST YEAR Â¬ rrojili Killed tii i i Qu x j Foreign Coin Admitted for tlie First of Coiiratilition Time and Tiieir Value Fixed Latest f the World Acrounts from - from Hrn7il Other lj patches f th Oil World efotlo friiu tin Natioiil Cipitil LoKDOd Dec M The eightieth anni AVasminit - Doe 28 The director of Mr J ladstones birth absorbed of the mint baa an 1 th so much attention s to make of the rotary of t treasure proclaim the quiet Rahlwth a day of Nati nal reusean-- value of the standard cjns of the naW Va Dec ML The letters of con- - tions of the world to be followed in de- Â¬ mi the Chesa- - gratula m poured into termining the values of all foreign merroad wan wrecked rden from rot only all tjuar chandise imported on or after J in White Sul England but literally from all parti of The following table exktbita the at 7 the world many coming from Australia iv morning changes in the values oi foreign coins l of America and India All meanbeta of the from issj to 18K lo v hich were thrown fa uily branches were gath Ciins Jan LIMA Jai 1 is XLo neat caused by a ered a Hawardcn to meet and greet Florin of Austria 315 were tneir eminent kinsman Silver D liar of Bolivia unci Kliovn by a Ya egrams an I I Tel lii 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ injured - Co enbia i if the and the Central Ecial r I ra Anieri- - do of fTnrVntT mail i of head and face MMMi Bolivar of Venexuala Riil--of India Silver Yen or Dollar HO IS8 J CDS 140 333 7 upon the spur of tho moment nnd full tivrly demand that the whites shall re- Â¬ of that genius which comes with inspira- Â¬ main the ruling power Such with minor variations has been tion Before the dinner a correspondent of The Atlanta Constitution asked th refrain of all his speeches and ad- Â¬ dresses and it is no small proof of his him what he would sayi ability that he spoke these sentiments to only knows he replied Brilliant Career of the Late I The Lord have thought of a thousand things to applauding thousands in the north and Henry Woodfen Grady say five hundred of which if I say they south alike In Georgia affairs ho was wiil murder me when I get back home a progressive of the progressives Probaand if I say the other five hundred they bly no other man in the state hud so AN UKT1MEL1 DEATH INDEED much influence and certainly no state will murder me at the banquet Yet the result of Gradys eloquence is more lilieral and progressive than was that the New Englandera gave him Georgia In the common schools of that ISut Thirty eight Tears Old and Vet One an ovation at the conclusion of his State sustained by general taxation are of the IJect Known Men in the lulled speech and the southerners stood in more than 100000 oalored children and the colored people of the state are the sautes Journalist Orator Iatriot lind crowds for hours in the rain to cheer i orth of prop ownersof over 90 him on his arrival iu Atlanta Reformer Universal Sorrow erty Commenting on facts of this naBIIX AHI S COMMKNTS ji ii recent speech in Boston Mr Tne state of Georgia the New Sou h After the speech 1886 Bill Arp wrote ture said Graly and the entire American Union havesus in Mr Gradys paper lie ury W tained an Irreparable loss Om of these old Confederates whom I met in Dead in the very Grady is dead err Uw em is ho r Bill where is Grady of his fame when all the elements Why didnt yoi bring Grady Va waal unr warded she of the business and political situat on Qod Weai abal DIdnt bo put a bead oa 3U00uHO0 of property Or thai arc insssn to op lire bilnt be everlantuxgly dean iiji the ptrnph seemd to combine to promise him hc tr Tahnager1 Wett it is Grady leery Grady al tho a w hen i brightest future of any young man in nl iig ilie insee his s ii almost evr ry uttili t limit of our ability Or outlaw th en a ei pare saw it in three papara today nnd one at Be was but 33 years the United States we work si thaw was a n irr filter iMiMislw l nGren tle ai mi r lecal for r th ir old and vet he had rounded the circle of the eoUrtsl editor was li ih in Ins compiipieiiLs en imprudently narrowed the limit of we have achievement in many lines and gained Grady has captured the nation ler If Ho uksaiii mil nuMgit the severity ol atari My aorta and south ruoneavea ooontryna fame as editor correspondent orator h is the whircs an i I ensroos has got tba Indiana et asataad west ami ear of bo Usees bare to a patriot and reformer The peculiar sit-- an- lie heathen Ciiiits Tins anssay in lit tor justice aad or right ghs to aay people iMMMliUfi traditions of my not to pi conditions new ae new Ideas aad aspirations It is this that I ad- Â¬ dress m to picture if jtsor soldier who battooing up i i a ij asjlcii tus I iv J in f his ii 1 lity aa 1 tak t f i in Apn Â¬ star t and lift ink of hmi as ragged half huaty be sad asfbahl as and hausrion i l of his comrade fac fir tho imailin il Virginil task fan who weattoynur b to find all the welcome yss had justly earned fidl piyaet four yen ba left Be fin Is h ruins fr yir Â¬ lbs hearts of the i naasm ui i hearts his two uays stay m Uoston tne mercury fell from 06 degs to 16 and it is to his exposure to this sudden cliange in the weather that Mr Gradys pneumonia ia undoubtedly due His death baa affected Boston citizens more deeply than if he had been TTinlim born Men of all shades of political be- Â¬ lief deplore his untimely taking oil He met whde here most of Bostons citizen leaders who were alike charmed by his erican hearts aad the wonderful eloquence and impressed by a nean arms ipissinil and his manly bearing His speech gae ss in its whit peace and prosper encon birth to a kindlier feeling towards the impenabahlu brotherhood of the land he spoke for even among the rabid New England Republicans who are still fighting the Johnny Kebs when it has died in in na generation that PHILADELPHIA PRINTERS ike Occurs and Prospects of lenient make the vision of ople which gathered e captain filling his to the grav a which the last sigh of his ino-n-iu- g l Phi Plank city fr Flward L I hgeuce th3 establish ru of a status far tho vast aosy of his a rest- - president of tl ical union has arrived in this wttn 1 1 i they wast I W Thomas p wsioy of Lexington Jajua of 1 o I r head Bnafae neck broken i iiwku wove and below injured I PnMtt Va bag- - Dollar Ilu ii Mahbuli of Tripoli r orl vie it of BuvarJffik rill Va en head - of Cudwell Kail 3rt v of Claremont I H Faltka and head crushed an Brown colore of Alleghany and head ma Mo no vii- mii fall of mud died of nty Smti Da 4 v HIS SXl described as what r complexion gray eyen Kinm miisuiciic looinig urcsacu plaid 111 - follows a Plan Kan - OLADftTOHB The church rowded at the mrsminr serrioa i an i a large throng remained outside MtLtAJS roiiTRAlT attended bv Mr Gladstone K Schwcikert of Hunt rigfat le broken FannviUe Va cut I in- - broken P P Otll 1 jnind fractur of thigh W tlark of hiton Forge Va arm A tUrk of Clifton Ferjea Va Hilfalk of AUeghanr Va John right leg crushed amputa W D Clerk of Kclaon county Va wound 1icis Karzth of Blackstone Kan collar bone broken H V Qaasjafj af Clilfton Va arm crushcl amputaUsl The tntin wa Iiehind time and rnn ning forty to fifty miles par hour inductor says only running thirty five aaaVa but atheaa aay forty or fifty The Hlirrvl on the fill over Jarys lfun which is 190 feet high said to lie le t till in the United Stab- - All id aare in the smoking car which was telescoped by another car Every person ia the car waa killed ex Â¬ cept the conductor who had his leg n and was serioasdr injured He r The dead were rert eleven miles distant from the scene of the wreck lir W P Cal lwU only jihysician in White Sulphur repaired to the sr lie of nt and did all in his jxiwer to but could only aid alleviate 6 some tune ran at a tun a naanlier of aocaara from along the line ad workil long ami faithfully suffering The ladies f the icimiy tuinol out en masst and Uto I in praise of th ir hat the trail Aver- - heated by steam tire did not break out ijured wer- several of the On iny lie One noteworthy feature lildrn were iu Wilbam il Kliie of Chicago leg a nam M f Dell of New York eom i Ilunrh bruised on right side and Is sili Mr Ghw Unable t i gain adin tone tuok his usual jart in the service reading the lessons and sud a few words of devout thankfulness for the ngs of health and friendship Tie sras such as Shakespeare might bad n mind in describing the ideal ol age suriomde by troops of friends showing ive honor and obedience 15e rid s those who might have been ex Â¬ pected to siid congratulations as a matter of couise jH rsonal friends and political admirers many contributed whose offering of rem morance attracted more than Ordinary attention Among those may be mentioned the Ooaaateaa Tolstoi the speaker oi the house of com nsnber of prominent mons and a Union Tiopo Till Ilivetiffiltioil 7y7vK Dec SO The consular court has taken the evidence of Stanley and Bonny in theacttun brought hj the Emin relief conunittee against Tippoo Tib for damages for breach of contract The witnesses testified that Tipoo Tib failed to fultiil his agn ement and en davoiiil to divert to ids own benefit all immunition intended f r ef expedition As part of the plot the TipiM o Tibs nephew put to death on who bad frivalois d the expedition w It lore to receive these sup plies that caused the high mortality among Stanley followers The rials d Tippoo Tib of having accompany the e- elected ti pebtioii The 4J50 Mauyenias furnished by ny him in June lss bun b mil-Al er htile men t at Zan- court od r d nbar to deposit to the order of the court int of damages claimed by the commil be 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rl - i T Illllel7l ition in re-icmic in Paris rovement The ep- iws no sign of im- ic is increasing eent TI at Munich In Berlin Lhe is ac- ni d by The ordi-LoxDOv th- intlu e l Another Itroken Axle lMll lamyx or Eight per- - n lcc 30 vly of a riding iteenth avenue The often ii ll he pa pains and often reaching symptoms disappear ml ar broke ii ir axle of which threw it over dragged a short i out Penn- - leidiig i oi i re irt Mary II Bnghten- Mrs Boehmer Pa Miss I H i il ing to the laUr troubles in the minii liaaufi cttiring int r t are beginning en the government is un- toeuff obtain iU usual supjilf of fuel to he wit- The siugu Prc laniiii 30 in iteliitoii There is a serious it 4 MS The following coin i have for the first time been included in the annual circle of values two dollar gold piece of New vaiu Shanghai lael founllm of China value 1031 Ilaikwan cua tael of China value SI The following table shows the values odard foreign coins which have not been changed from the value ijxed fan the secretarys circular of last Jan 5 cent Argentine republi peso Belgium franc 193 cents Brazil niilreis ilii cuts British poaooarions North dollar America except NewfoundUnd 100 Cliili pOJO 0L2 cents Cuba h s 1139 cents Denmark crexon Llis Egypt jHiiunl 100 piastres 1013 France franc 193 cent i German Empire mark 23s L8iS6 1 8 ireat Briton pound sterling centa Greece drachma 193 cents llayti gourde l35centVi Itai- lira li centa Liberia dollar 100 Netherland florin 402 cents Norway crown JliM cents Portugal in hen 106 Spain euts Sweden crown Jis centa Switzerland franc lJo cents Turkey pistre 14 cents The secretarys forthcoming circular UQ0 marks an important of Jan change in the values of silver coins which were higher than for the preced in year whmaai since iTi the rabaea of foreign silver coins have each year tun it d lower than for the pre- Â¬ ceding y ar Latest frmii Itrail WmbHWiiiw Dec 18 Dr Valente the Brazilian minis r here has received a dispatch from Kio de Janeiro concern- Â¬ ing tlie action of the provisional government in depriving Dom Pedro of the annuity allowed him immediately after The dispatch states that his deHsitioii a plot to overthrow the provisional gov- Â¬ ernment was discovered and Dom Pe- Â¬ dro as implicated in it In the belief that the depoaed emp Tor wh plotting against the new government the provisional ruler revoked the decree grant- Â¬ ing him an annuity The Br i7iliiu minister ha received the following from Barboaa minister of finance under date of Kio Janeiro Dec 96 The report about the mutiny of a oors of artillery is false it wfis only a mutiny of a few soldiers which was immediately repressed The aggrava ton of Fonsocas illness is not true on the contrary he is recovering see lily The asti taat doctor hi lieves his rnovery to be certain At any rate the f the rex 1 ition now accepted by the whoIjCOUB not depend on the contingency of one mans life however In the army itself is it may be th revolution can rely on oter chiefs re an 1 no lea devoted to the cause All the different iKiitical - have espoused with enthusiasm the time fixed No- - 13 mo for the g of the constitutional assembly they considering by tics act the stability of the republic insured Beware of newsmongers Coiisrienee I eiey list Hrned - ga Unibd States Washisgtos irer Huston yesterday received a n e contribulioa of iJ from Philadelphia Ace anpanying the con- Â¬ tribution was the following letter 1 i7it Mi 2 cast iret aniar for Hie next him they want Grady nt bat t al rht tii fa fair and uuaussecsbla conclusion of oiliest able facts sL7 Tpv I i Mr Grady was often very poetic in some of his work for The Atlanta Constitution One year ago almost ot to a day before his death be spoke thus beautifully of Christmas day No man or woman new living will seasraln Â¬ Ki li a Christina day as the one that daj vhen tlie dyin sun piled tba vestern skies wuli goi and e vplel A virtrday it was shot to the core w it h sunshine It was enchanting to vak abroad ia is prodigal beast to breaths ha elixir to reach oas the hands and pharos them uLsin waves of warmth open linrrered tlirouli i and frde The hum of lns underrode the whistlir Q ing southward The tires slept m of wild j s v bile B DO llrirve doors watched the soft winds ui tba rosea and l lirNRY W GRADY 1 Â¬ nation demanded just such a man to make the two sections known to each other and the man was just fitted for the situation His first step in active life was to attempt to fill the place of his father who His last died fighting for the south achievement was a speech at Boston defining the views of his people so clearly and candidly that even hostile critics were charmed And his last audible words were If I die I dio serving the south the land I love so well Father fell in battle for it 1 am proud to die talking for it It is hard for a limited intellect to reconcile itself to his death at such a lime yet it may well be that his sorrowing mother sp ko an important truth when she said that his work was well nigh finished It may indeed be tliat his death just at this time will add weight to his words and do more than his continued life could have done Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the h Truly it was a day of days benediction wti with tie- - day Goers smile was slow dropping from the skies it and all throu h sad through its supernal ding to every bean ami sate tilying was bis iiu atiou and promise leaee on Karth Good Will to Men- And the solid men of Boston ap- plauded long and earnestly Mr Grades happy faculty of pr leasant trutlis was snown py tne coruiai recep- - I tion given to that pari of his address in which he apportioned the blame for slavery lhe slave ships he said sailed often from New Englands mrt fiir Kintli of tlie olden time took Baa I slaves and even as New England does not now defend the traffic so the New South does nut defend tho Systran By as much as New Englandera know that they are glad to be quit of the traffic and would not dream of renewing it by so much Mr Grady claimed that they should realise that the south dreams not of restoring slavery HE ADMITS TnE UVIL FEATURES this hero in gray with a heart sulT anjssand do- ho I BSBSfaf Not for a day Gol who had siiair I him in his prosperity inspired hma ia natyl as rsss was saver hefora so over arbeaaUBg n ver r Tho so licrto ha far row borara that had charged Fedorsl guns marebe and asus that ra with human Wood in April wer gr--a i in luvury cat up ia lane w SSRl their dress ir has of gold Iks i i wuan work always as a ear a at eiv- t e ir li araeaa iu a Then C i is to 1 Cheertsaaesaand stnh Kmi he said t -- w Bill Arp l kiile wlr -- r th hltAll aids who e oraJes You may lave the south if vou want to but I am going to Sanilerrui kiss my wif jl with ii I want to I will whip em again a able man in our Sherman wl he is a h parts t fire that from th - aaaa oe demand of the l on live inorniug newspapers aa advance fion asking for uaaiaihshiia must accep g not refuse to per 10U0 in the is refusal But if she accept ii frankness and sincerity this message j He saw some of th n ndship then wdl the prophecy plained t this very soexty forty The demand oi the printers was t se be veri- - gone into elf st Tuesday years a it the eat and final se nasi refusal of the employ int it ling band in hand and clasping htrila we seemed t- complicate matter- Moat of -- main unit as wo have been for sixty the men an- with the forty cents per ba same country members of axe not inclined to the same government united all united now and united fores r There have been difficulties coo- - accept the employers action as final at tcntioos and controversies but I tell you that in present of the local union it Ttaws aaawssi ansa said that no trouble would be experienced ike the meteors of a troubled heaven in any of th rr composing one nature of one substance bred rooms A meeting wuld be held in a eet in th intestine shock few days he said at which tl Shall now iu mutual well In the meantime would be considered all one way Jlarch other members of the executive council of the international are e em iring soul delusion If aba does the south never si i 1 GRADYS LAST DAYS at the i ur homes rein uot one single Dr Charles linckney the Georgia poet an admirer of Grady took a fancy to paraphrase this putting it into verse It is noticeable how little he was obliged to cuange the original Here is Dr linckney s verse No man or woman living now will see Again in raptured ecstasy behold Tlie day of Christs adorssl nativity Which closed our glon us yesterday When the dying sun abod to yield its sway Bedecked the western skies with iirple gold winter day it was iih sunshine shot its lustrous loveliness to aiovo An sack its lifes elixir witi tba breath Or reach out open lads and plunge f freshening glow eh its pulsing vavCould mortal hoiw for better tiling below A Ami HIS PERSONAL HISTORY N ath whistling wings of wild geese flying soutd The hum of bees- while drowsing fires si pt Within the grat s and BaoassOStS1 loirs Marveling watched lh Brstt winds woo the rose And lilies Dans one Isspa tho like again A day of days it truly wasl Â¬ it All - r l i - Swan of Alia Davis of Phils I Ipbia The to the h S-- ital an irttir which Hal the train there would a large loss of CASUALTY iaon ir- - ernmentof oi a Laura mg abroad coal supply LoM in for its Bundai The Gi gton that oa the river Clyde badly damaged illy Five drowned The Queen a was damaged but remained On the Alert I a to The steamers illided CRIME AND Ilecord During the Year J si oaaatna a The annals of Cincinnati I crime and fatality in this city during the year now closing is a fearful record of bloodshed and casualty The reKrt of rk Weber testifi s to the is efficient work oi int office Tweniy hree occurred among them several of the most tUs tardly in the citys history The fatal lauroavd has claimed fifty three precioua hunuin h The list of fifty two suicide shows a renirkable diversity of tastes in the method of w ilful shufliimr off as fol-wa Males Shooting fourteen live gas asphyxia two Rough on s two carbolx aid one laudanum me drowning three morphine one hanging six leaping from window one The females made their final exit by the following means Paris green ti e drowning six hanging two chlo-roform morphine and leap from window one each The coroner has viewed 509 bodies and held 131 inquests during the year 1 Â¬ Â¬ Ciiitiiiiinatia the fot he mo Is of Austria in leiahly ilirea d of e that party tom of watcitfnllnesa the Irredentist have purchased tlie r Kuling with the object of pre- up of the upper ie op ning Yangtse 11 u The 741 Sti I HI 30 The czar ST PETEiLsiUKii is still confined to his ed by illne ha v ing n covered from the effects of the Cfcinaae iittnni Laiv SiiANiii u Dec 30 The Cliiwe cna- - authotitiea - induenra min Pasha is Zanzibar I again iinptoving Blactrlc Light Suit Settled ntaJtAFOUB Ind Dec 35 Judge iiam has rendered a decision in the famous suit of the Brush Electric Light companys against the It Wayne Jenney The decision ElectricLight company was in favor of the Brush company DESTITUTION IN KANSAS Judge Jresham held that th Jenney Many Farsnei 1 amilie- - itlo il Food or company led infringed upon the double iotkiag and Appeals Made for Help oarbon burner invented and patnted by Wichita Kan Dec 30 Word comes Brush and ordered an entry made per by wire to the authorities here of ex- Â¬ mently enjoining the Ft Wayne Jenney aiiny from continuing the manufactreme suffering in Stevens and adjoin- Â¬ the burner The decision was a ing counties in the southeastern part ture of r the Brush of the state company and uiav influence the result The storm reached here yeeterdav with incut suits tendunusual and ui ing tliroughout the country of the One Train Overtook the Other many Waterbukv Conn Dec 25 The en- Â¬ tratsat pl lable and tht out ran into thu lo k very alar gine of ens reached nearly rear end of a passenger train oa the New and Deri y railroad Tuesday all the counties clock making a com- in the ral car sustained painful KeoiL The a cident hajMMssrxi a ut Â¬ Â¬ train Tanha lniiro Ins r be time and they were up IliiKiness Itlock Burned aaawsass W U 2 -- Fire at ed the in the irrar v Truly if this mail did not write poetic Georgia it is called classical Athena band and pulle prose who has ever done so bei the point towards which many T p r minute NO TAKING THINGS BACK s but beautiful in baa young men of the south turn for an eduGrady establish a rule for The Con- Â¬ honest brave and generous always In Gradys father was a colonel in cation I her social industrial and an i army and lost his life stitution that no errors should b the Confederate verdict ition we await with rected or at least that no error should when bis son later on to be so intimately iknowledged lie was called upon Have we solved the iut what connected with the rise of the then suffer- here us or progR ssed one day by a gentleman who boiled over 1 1 years old ing south was hut with indignation because The Constitu- Â¬ It was about this time that young I V t No scctiouUian the J tion had announced him as dead and he n Grady entered the University of Georgia HIS MOST FAMOUS SPEECH was very sure that be was not dead and of tho south none in fuller sympathy Here after which is located at Athens Here is a report of his speech before a ass lie shares our a correction male immediately a brilliant course ha graduated first in wanted The man was very much alive as Grady tho New England society in New York school fun has tho fullest pr iteetion Ifof our laws his class and then went to the celebrated Lship frien interestas in December University of Virginia founded by saw with half an eye but what could be was a south of secession and shwery There high the papers blun done Toackn Oar future our very existence depesd ui Thomas Jefferson where he continued dead Thee is a soutli af union raid working out this probleu iu full and exact jusi is h br his studies The gift of eloquence was der was against the one rale of the office We mdi rst ond that when liurl tice all others n your ve t apparent at an early age and liefore he which must be kept 11 above said Grady ereryof Benjamin Ti TT7a ii 1 et left lh lips do Ill tell you what became distinguished he Bad established y text for to night we have put yon in as dead and yet a reputation among a limited acquaint Ur Pi you come to us alive and ready to kick to yea ance as an oral w CONDENSED TELEGRAMS llang us tO Upon aving college Mr Grady bo- - if not kicking bo Ill make it all that if among the births and ruit a Minor Evtwis and I tile Happenings a a correspondent of The Atlanta by potting you acient Had notwithstanding many protests he didso whenani Various Place re reaching Atlanta he tele- Â¬ and Constitution the paper he was to say that he Last January Sam A hmke caa named Honmn was killed by graphed me to meet him at the depot I ea at the foot of warlsedit In this field ho soon gained ceiist was preaching Jones the evan well if in tba ojieniu I had met Itin would be I in Augusta Ga Philadelphia Dee SO Mill ho would have bass foo and when the train stopped in the car a reputation for being a pungent and seriously mjured by vigorously upon the dilter ht have known that whenever i A client of min cirofully goin nt immediately enÂ¬ graco forcible writer Desiring to act for himto to 5s a i O ia war it must over his aff lirs an fin Is that tier I ent roads to hell and was especially hard hi my heart Permitted Hire Undseai and was driven to his self he established a paper at Borne Ga h was tered my carriage iit the chattel in in was fa appre tiia ddti s which ba should have paid the The paper soon became remarkable fcr upon baseball players Mr Grady was to catch my secoud win From the time he left the train when your home government on cigars and other luxuries significance of being the tirst soul a boiler explosion near Alliance O in the audience and Mr Grady waa the ciate the lax wth what all tho way to his home he coughed vio- Â¬ sospaakat this iior r ovhaar which he has einsanil during the past few the strength of its editorial comments The funeral r fathers not lently and had some fever and I realized president of the Atlanta Baseball club didnt pay a if it surpass the n up Lhy amount to from the pen of the proprietor ton occurred at ilaJisouville Saturday US 1 fr lie had come out in response to a press- Emrlaad boapatatttj then that ha was going to be sick but TK sttri II has baa le me that - am and 1 n nv ins MSB Di fOOBXAUBaL inninr of New Hammhire has ao- in turn lienors yoi hut iawhieh aavpst ing invitation of one of Mr Jones of good nurs- - p We rcineiiv thonght that a an it to yo a Plsass forwartl receipt to to enforce the prohibitory Grady desired a wider field ardent admirers my people made But Sir and tho compliment to is When the sermon ing would bring him around all right u Sttmauj He does not can to liave Atlanta soon began to attract attention plain whoso hus- naeJeas women awas over this apostle of Sam Jones sai his nasas itiwloand aad I have adrissdaiai suffered from a violent bronchial I iespeak the utmost s retch of your courtesy One thousand nine hur dred ind against his free- He that there is no necessity for iiim bo give it as one of the new southern centers and to him lam very sorry you preached to night I am somewhat indifferent to those this country yas- It was on Friday that four f ireigeers aandad that when cough and fever He liecamc one Mr Grady went there Very rvpsctfally yean iber tho man it baseball today Why asked from v developed and U ruay ever he struck a blow Car his own iiherty he fought the pleuro pneumonia SAMCEL B HtTKT of the proprietors of The Atlanta Daily the evangelist soddeoly of Because Henry Grady whose wife sent him to a Stjhoor wan a pitcher ia open hatie and whenal last he raised i Judge John L Wilson of diseases and this with nnd who In Secretary Windoais mail was an- Herald His work on the paper gave waa in the congregation who is an en- Â¬ of milksuch casual tripping on thoas top step fell and humble hinds that tl shaekl s might bo an unusuala complicationnervous prostra- Â¬ apoplexy at his home at Morrow Satur- Â¬ tho landings mt rruption degree of with t1 contribution of iJo in bills eu were innocent cf racy and pict- Â¬ oT other him a reputation from the day u I am afrrid afforded into th j basement and whila picking struck and worthy to bo tion proved such a determined attack in an envelopa iniilinaihinl Wash- Â¬ uresque style in which he commented on thusiast on baseball and closod himself up had the pleasure of hearing his wifo Charles Williams was shot aad fatally off drive ry mai who honors upon his entire system that he was un taken a living trr sp by ington D C Ia a letter dated New current events Bjt tho paper was not your sermon will again himWell Ifrom call out johji did yoi lirjak th ns have maltreated aaSah to resist it and could do nothing but wounded by William Taylor at a dance near loyalty aad ieam coming to church York th sender states th it the money destined to live long It was in direct No I didnt said John but Ill b3 dinged if him rascals have misled Evansviile IniL sorry 1 didnt know that you tell Mr is t pay dut es due the Jnited States yield tablisued a liank for bias hut tho south vi opposition t The Constitution and there Grady that if I had known he was pres- Â¬ I doat Fourteen deaths have occurred at the Ohio uncollected through a misapprehension So while thoso who call to me from behind may Dr Lucius Morse formerly of Mem- Â¬ Soldiers and Sailors Orphans borne at atoiice tothis simple and was not roon for both In spite of The ent I would not have preached against insp re aaa With energy if not wna courag I ask north p of importers a liberty and enfranchisement phis but now of this city and Dr A S Xetus from diphtheria Heralds brilliant management it went baseball This message was delivered an haosjewat hearing from you I beg that you is as far as Law can carry the negro Tho rest Everett of Denver Colo who is now Number Light of the Xew Jirtry A Michigan farmer named 31 to the wall in about a year after Grady to Mr Grfcdy w hereupon he sent thu will bring your full faith ii American t must be le t to conscience and common sense It Washington Dec 8 Secretary undertook it He made one more at- Â¬ visiting his brother here were both called den l eighter aad graiafafaMighter and frankness to a judgment upon what should be left to those among whom his lot is Tracy lais accepted tlie cruiser Balti- Â¬ following reply to Sam Jones You tell say Than was an old ptsaeaer onco who told in by me and kindly consented to join and then banged himself rasas ba is Mtaaaaaaay connected more for the United States The vessel tempt to establish a paper of his own their Mr Jones that I am not aft aid of going some lsys of the Bihle ss u h i was t re id in whose prosperity depends We ad Charles 8Bnsner was sent to jail at Hilla informal consultation the morning Tlie boys finding the place glmsl his intelligent symiiathy and confidence- - Faith me in will int to sea on Monday from Phila- He started The Atlanta Courier but to hell because of my lovo for ba r the eacnecUsK nest morn has been kept with nan in spite of calumnious as agreed on the character and treatment of bon O for brutally he iting ami kicking a delphia and proceed to Norfolk and there again failing he abandoned the attempt but that if he was preaching the Gospel ing Chiuaman named Baal Ween ba read on thu botom of onj page sert iocs to tho contrary h those who assume to the disease and we realized that there be formally turned out to the gov eminent altogether T A WkkI a prominent plantar Noah was i JO years olJ ae toolt unto himself a speak for us or by frank opponents Faith win count oe he ought not to caro who it hurt oniy one result it waa jusi viae Sons of by the contractors Cramp Mr Grady ws still quite a young HO then turning the page was shot and killed by Ernest La Payraos ayshawsj the determined Before the expiration of Senator Co- Â¬ wifo who vascubits wide buiit of gopher wood he ketvih him in the future if the south holds of jj case3 Pniladelphia The acceptance of the man He held a pen which was always cubits long 40 course of a quarrel reason and inl Baltimore prior to the receipt at die navy hi requisition writing for The Louis- Â¬ lquitts term Mr Grady was spoken of to and covered with pitch inside and out He was heBut of the attack is irresistible and in the B O Toomas the w 11 known turf Â¬ ha t wa kept faith with you Iu tho fullest character Mai department of tha official report of the ville Courier Journal Tho Atlanta Con- Â¬ take his place Indeed he became quite naturally puzzled at thus He read it again veri- - sense yes When Leo surrendered I dont say cannot be coped with by human beings man has endowed a bed in the Protestant My friends th s Is tho trial board was somewhat of a surprise a prominent candidate but Senator Col- fi lit and then said BOSTON MOCTiSS FOE HI wasa Johrston surrendered because 1 understand hospital at Lexington Secretary Tracy however had received stitution and other papers James Gor- Â¬ quitt carried the day in spite of Gradys first time I ever met this ii the Bible bat I ac- he stll alludes to the time when ho met Gen Sher Â¬ A Boston dispatch says The remarkacept it as evidence of tho assertiKi that wa aro man la t uices that the vessel had proved a don Bennett the elder appointed him suddenly acquired brilliant reputation is the time when he deter If I could get fearfully aad wonderfully mad e ble fact about Henry W Gradys death freight cars were des roved by Are at Ta s and be decided not to ostponu Georgia correspondent of The New York a any further prosecution of the struggle you to hold such faith to night I could proceed i TUSONaL CHARACTERISTICS when jee surrendered I say and Johnston quit is that the cold which ended in a fatal City Mass Loss I the acceptance Herald and this pjsition he held for six Mr Grady was a medium sized heavy cheerfully to the tasU I otherwise approach with the south liecame and has been suce loyal tothis illness was aggravated if not contracted James A Byros a prominent The bone power developed on the years In this way he continued to grow sense ef consecration set man He wore no beard his fate al a Pardon pie one wont Mr President spoken for Union Wo fought hard enough to know that we while he was making a speech on Ply- Â¬ of Terre llauta trip exceeded the contract requiretrial in experience and reputation till fortune in perfect frankness accepted He was the purpose of getting into the volumes that go wero whipoed and raya being- - smooth shaven by him for the first Sunday by shooting himself ment in this regard by about 5 JO thus by a lucky railway specula- Â¬ as final tie arbitrament of the sword to which mouth Rock visited giving the contractors a premium of came to him A strike on th New Yeah Ijtka Erie and of dark complexion with black bait out annually freighted with tho el jquanc s of your wo bad appealed The south found her Jewel m a time on the morning after he captivated 30000 Of this amount J000J will be tion Making some 20000 by a rise in and eyes His voice was pitched on a speakers the fact thai the cavalier rs well as the tads head Tuc shackles that L held her in limi- his audience at the Merchants associa- Â¬ Western railroad which will extend frona continent ir its early days deducted by th government for the ex railway stock ho purchased with it a low key but with great carrying power Puritan was on this up when the shackles of the negro of Jersey City to Buffalo h tireaeana was I tations fell forever ho s of the uaanccesaful trial trip The quarter interest in The Atlanta Consti- Â¬ Like suchspeakcrs usually ho was a man and that lieyour ooks ail able toand about no slave wcrt broken Under the old regime the tion dinner by his eloquent discussion 13 licliard Turner a prominent stock trader I find carefully have read This was on Dec ajs be oMiged to pay a tution negroes wero slaves to ba south the south waa a the race problem contractors will Todd county Ky eoaar of remarkable personal magnetism and mention of that fact which seeou to me impor slave to the system Thus was gathered in the when Mr Grady and his southern and merchant of 9500 for fsilure to penalty of about si suicide at his boose mat FUOU THE DESK TO THE FLATFOKX like men of genius he took no thought as taut for preserving a sort of historical equi- bunds of a splendid and chivalric oligarchy the friends at President Choates invitation mitt complete her within the contnict time Nine men ware bo As a journalist Mr Grady was at once to conventionalities ami was full of ec- librium should liave been diffused among Her acceptance brings the number of With tbo cavalier ouc j estibHshei as a fact la substance that took an Old Colony train and ran down burned by a ihusur of molten metal f root the people as the rich blood is gathe ed at the pungent brilliant and possessed of excel- Â¬ centricities He was extremely popular your charming little books I shall let him wor steel ships in the new navy up to eight Pilgrims an exploding moid in t foundry at Dallas affluent heart lent literary taste With a keen instinct and counted his friends by thousands not out his own salvation as he has always done with ing hlhi g that with colorless rapture but leav to the historic little town the founded the body chili and Texas Admiral Rogers Wife Dead engaging gallantry and we will bold i of what tli3 public requiro in the shape The ok south rested ever thing on slavery and The morning was raw and damp and Why should we troversy as to his inrits Deo 88 Ufa Julia of news and editorial comment he man- Â¬ only in Atlanta but all over the soutli Washington unconscious that these ermki neither Neither Puritan n cavalier Ions survived as agriculturethe cast wind made the unaeclhnated at New York of swindling a uumr r Slidell Rodgers wife of Hear Admiral aged the paper in the interest of the com such The virtues and traditions of both happily give nor maintain bcaitby growth The new south southerners wrap their coats about them Chinese Jews and Christians out of over HIS MISSION OF RECONCILIATION liodgcrs died here last night She had luuuiiv in the vicinity of Atlanta and utunnta a perfect democracy the oligarchs leadof the Henry W Grady had a mission if ever still liveoffor the inspiration Buttheir sons and and ing into tlie popular movement a social system more tightly Even the ncrthera mem Â¬ bee i ill for some time The irterment saving tho old fashions both Puritan OX without a careful regard for aationai At St Joaoph Mo a lust company is will take rdace a Annapolis Ml man had And since the apostolic days cavalier were lost in the stcrm of their first revo- compact and closely knitted loss splendid on the bers of the party accustomed aa they plat- Â¬ In the south he was considered rvents lution and tho American citizen supplanting su faco bu stronger at the core a hundred farms were to the coast winds felt uncomfort- Â¬ discovered to have taken possswion of so ted aad sold four acres of Taiaaba hand be- Â¬ the most thoroughly equipped journalist few men havo realized their mission Â¬ both and stronger than cither took possession of for every r iantatioa fifty homes for every palace Four IIves Snuffed Out clearly or entered on it with such cour- the republic bought by their common blood and and a diversified industry that meets the complex able longing to the city CHICAOO Dec 25 Tlie inbound lim- Â¬ couth of Mason and Dixons line is complex a As Mr Grady stepped upon the b wi- Â¬ But fourteen fashioned in wisdom an charged himself with needs of tt south is In a nrize firhc in B ae coamty lad beÂ¬ Mr Gradys opportunity to thus lift age and perseverance ited passenger train on the lfjlwsnkse The new enamored of her new work Her der there were calls for a speech govcrameut and establishing His tween Dick Keating and Edward Corey with teaching men free himself alwve other southern journalists years old when the civil war ended he the voice of the people as the voice of God Great soul is stirred with the breath of a new life The division of the Chicago and Ncrtl face at once lit up aa if by inspiration four ounce gloves Corey was knocked oat in mts are slow to flower light of a i i nder day is failing fair on her face ern railway struck a buggy containing came with the Charleston earthquakes entered on active life with none of the tyiwfx like I First he related an amusing anecdote the twenty third round D Ilevell his wife and naby near the In i88d ill wind that blows no- - old hatreds and prejudices to handicap and frit Hut from the union of t J Its an Mch Clare Warren who was oatraged at As she stands full iniiaiil and then he quoted Dr Samuel John- Â¬ Ir purposes and the growing prosperity station at Wilmelte shortly Ix fore 9 body any good and the sufierings and him As soon as he could secure a hear- Â¬ from the stnvgbtei crossing of their blood slow perf eeting through a and equal among the people of the earth breath- - sons famous paragraph written on the Ind by an unknown man haa Tuesday niet killing all three oclock terrors of the people of Charleston ing ho declared the true policy for the century came ho who stands as the first ket n air and looking out upon an expand- tea Uah Igreti as the perpetrator Hebrides that he pitied the man who The buggy wits demolished md the Mr Grady to young men of the south substantially in iot she understands that her emancipathe 0rt who Co ill a fit subject for Uahlgren ia in jail at Br of the crime hoic f ail the strength and rentleniats tion came aecauso In the inscrutable wisdom of could not gain patriotism upon the uWid Ind for forgery show bis powers of description A series these words r honest purpose was crossed and her brave of Marathon or piety among the ruins of an grace of thi saanagsr of Ve honor our fathers for their brav- Â¬ coin II was the sum of ruritaa and cavalier armies wero bentffl This a said ia no spirit of of iet tors to The New York World sud- Robert Iona Such were his own feelirgs aa he Bridget ft Ucnroa Cone Into Commission gave him an enviable reputation be unjust to aad apology ery and respect them for their unfalter- Â¬ for in his ardent nature were fused the virtuea of he United stood upon this rock San Fra did not make this pkn fiel an i r Grady thus suddenly gainea a ing devotion to their conception of duty both and ia tho depths of hisfrreil i went into coni I liave a boy saiu he dearest of all a itisiih r of his ei i f ence The south as noth ng to take back noth tho stasf national eminence in journalism so ho We refuse to apologize for or belittle t the naty yard ing for which she baa y to maan In my to my heart and of all places upon this the Peoples thsstn at St Louis Sstn attained national repute as an orator them but with all our hearts wo nely form were first gathered native town of Athens hta monument that crowns earth where 1 would have him go to learn e C Rooney takug com tiham and his Indeed it is as an orator that he is best the settlement cf the war and devote our its central bills a plain whits shaft l annnei Hnaer of the inciples of piety patience patriot- Â¬ into tta aiming sides is a name dear to no 1 Union Slavery is ment officers and many citizens witnessed the known especially ia the north At the and so elcvanug it above human sailer ahoe the names cf men that cf a brave ism and justice is this spot where I now Yale Asesociatou of Chicago wasd given iigs Tne band played so ual dinner of th3 New England r done with and secession will evening about oaa hunir gnutantaa ii infamously aimed came as a bnpla man who died in brave and sim rently uncovered er The Char- Â¬ ciety held in New York in 1886 he was 11 the glories of New Kngtand again be attempted but our rights of the Boston Mr Grady waa being present The sast ial guest Harper for scp will leston R from Plynioutb Bock all the way would I ex was invited to epeak The effort was worthy as American citizens remain the south by the Bay State club at eveningcollege Vrvsfsaaor William until February change the In ill Inn he left aaa in his patriots of the fa to place an- - man on a high pa us and we will make it more glori- Â¬ death To the foot of tort shaft I shall send my Parkers and the first thing he said in t 0 it es quit Vi a aha iv Strawberries In Chattaiooga cf oratorical fame and it at once ous than ever We dedicate ourselves i him who ennobled hu sneech waa that bavins contracted a ly a moveuaant will be isvaaspxrassd w AI tn Dec 28 In announced the speaker as an orator to anew to its upbuilding As Tenn moo was not in cokl that m - are in full all the-- American people That speech ivifsaasna e will do all that condition fc two wary undeaar the was s important an event i humanity require we wiil he made a I dist- Â¬ revive ao dress classes of raaanaw so full of eloquence is IS their freedom are drew tears than uatuai s on t il tlie perches in It is Â¬ 1 i Â¬ -i I I 1 Â¬ i 1 I Â¬ 1 I i Â¬ 1 1 1 Hairy Woodfen Grady was born in 1831 at Athens Ga of stock in which runs the blood of the Irish patriots Cur Athens is a pretty ran and OConnell place nestling among the hills of eastern Gods IwaimaVlhsi with he day came wn Slow dropping from be oars ctln n l si All through and through its linam aapsraal camo Gods smile which was its light a st illness while Lnspokert yet to every heart appealed And sanctifying every aosl his word Ami aroouae Peace on Earth G od Will toaata Nevertheless any of the dark features of the race problem at the south or disguise the fact that the whites are fixed in their determination to remain substantially a unit and rui the blacks The conditions he added are indeed appalling Two utterly dis imilar races on the same soil with equal political and civil rights almost equal iu numbers but terribly unequal in intelligence and responsibility each pl dged against fusion one for a century in servitude to the other and fried at bust by a di solating war the experiment sought by neither but approached by both with doubt these are the conditions Under these adverse at every point we are required to carry theso two races in peace and honor to the end The people of the south ho added carry this problem ever with them they are necessarily far more interested in its correct solution than the north can be and they know the absolute necessity of political unity in facing it There is a vast ignorant and purchasable vote the possible prey of the cunning and unscrupulous of Ixth parties Its credulity is imposed on its passions inflaingd its cupidity tempted its impulses misdirected ami even its superstition made to campaign in which play its part in every interest of society is jeopardized and every approach to the ballot box debauched It is against such campaigns as this the folly anil the bitterness and tho daagerof which every southern community has drunk deeply that the white people of the soutli are banded together Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ho did not seek to bide prejudice or ia n iry Wo have But what is the sum of our work found out that in the general summing up the fnsj aa Wa Bero counts more than he did have pi I Sowed male it f a lea in th place of Wo hav i above polities tts and your iron iarers In M una Wo liave amuaily receive froi our cot the SHOOO ton er p w l akak I us rich when ths Bappti aw L Wa hasw lasaasaal lha make it are ho-iicommercial rate of interest from 21 to 6 per cent - 1 and are ft atuiier cent bonds Wo have learned that one northern immi ruit U worth aooaasa the path fifty toreignerr an southward wiped out the place where Mason and bixoos line used to I an i hong our latch string out to you and yours Wa have reached the pomt that marks perfect harm eiv in ever household when the Lusban confesses that the pies which as thoso his his own wife esoaasl sr r used to bake as wi a Imlt that thj sun shims as bri rhtly and the wsaa as softly as it did rhe war V ed thrift in Va iiavo ukSSB in lovo with city and rcuntry work We have restored comfort to homes from which culture and elegance never departcl We have let economy take root and spread amonj us as rank as the crab grass which sprung from Shermans cavalry camps until we an willing to lay odils on the Georgia Yankee as ho squeezes puro olive oil out of his cotton seed against any downcast--hat ever swapped wooden nutmegs for flannel sausages it the valley of Vermont Above all wo kaow that va ha j achieved in a fuller independ th se tiian that which our fathers ence souirht to win ia the forum fay their eloquence or n the field y tie id part how It is a rare privilever huuiLle in thio a ork Never was nobler duty I to human in the uplifting and fr Some time during the latter part of November Mr Grady was attacked with vertigo while standing at his residence Some time later he was confined to hi room but got out of a sick bed to attend a Masonic banquet where he delivered a short address In that speech he referred to his health and said that while the fever was pulsing through his veins he thought of his boyhood days and could see the white pigeons fluttering in the air and hear the music of the bir He went to Boston against the advice of his physician as he was threatened In Boston and other with pneumonia places he visited he greatly exposed him- self and contracted a new cold He was attended by Dr Goldthwaite in New York and acting under his advice re- Â¬ turned to Atlanta Dr Goldthwaite stated that he thought all danger of pneumonia past On the journey home Mr Grady was despondent nd suffering from nervous depression I am going to be seriously sick I know he said to all lio mquired about He compUInaai of nausea his health and weakness and refused to take any food At Lnla he teh graphed IV Orme to meet him when the train arrived in tlanta For a day and a half be remained conscious but since Thursday night he was delirious On Thursday his son spoke to him and told him of something to be don when he got w il Your father will never get wll my boy was the answer Mr Grady said Dr Frank Onne was a man who his family physician it so much of doing for others that D- of his health ton ngainst my advice and I told him that it would not do he replied was prepared and it was that hi tio late for him to back oot 1 sent him off with medicine to take and in c might need medical attention in gave him nanus of physicians whom he could go to His speech was a gr pecially for a man in his condi- Â¬ tion and it completely exhausted him a that afterwards he rode in an nor Ames and dining the ride complained of t by tho wind On tho wa sick in New York and he wa lit a physician iH and In Wa himself as very anxious to get ity A prominent there was a disposition rn the i m local union an in - Even Mr V had demai lattci I hical une Invented Hi- - YVvii of Lynn ie I came engage arlea rnia sometime ago he lirl Honey He int r Thenar an with 91 MM st k in hicago an investigation foi materialize which is aid t ns and of Metcall been arresting money under false Saw a Full Century -- Will- IU i of Island Grove t at his home Monday night II 100 years old having fieen born in son county Tenn Aug with a single exception He remained man ir in good health anil in wvaswaTl tip to a few week sion of SPRINGnsXO COX Ii befoi Caught in a Itrvolvlni MFMiit- Tenai Shaft A -- Dee 81 n accident Milburn gm works i king the lt - I Â¬ iil i Â¬ un Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i -- Â¬ ro Â¬ - Â¬ rLlrLc7tr S 11 jpended eieis- his brutality to a horse been ui impassioned oration xken iiiaera- - itors V- T LOVES SEASONS ItoreC Wk When howlNow ay that - h strength to hsword h- IJeJ Piifcr 7 Icmtlattr try - r mind tee sprtBc t ma the Sowars were btoaMmiac si aoi lu the bnacaes iktn ma my love In little i 4 jt I- Wtu Bas tra up rf r ereD And the Bcbtob brat tolling aboro tared my lore ra toe rr T Till I For tnst Is the time of lore -- tiri N I woood And Vkn the cricket rP When Diae wm beaming and brlgM d cbnll la the bobwbbSj tore ia the snmm r the rose a volume o fragrance Dejcweled th diamo id of dew s uinmer wooed itlraippoorwlllsanf totbe cu n c for that if woo I wedded bit lore In den and brovri When tin Whan l hard At our Icet came re Wbtn tin corn waa catberca the crape were And tbo nc vs- the Birnmn a is the time to wed i bound up the rlrer c - amber and red n tbeamunin nrnwatkan top When tho winds bbbibI lihihrlrtaril rt daa aaaf ironi t be earea t iuX awert through the tree Sang oaly a bbbbb of woe ecsbroaded in whiteness Wfcea tbe earth Tary mdrr the enow In Arkansaw Trav- Charlc Eaaaaaa Hank i I told rou so aaw which eaa ia i a the fate of Thia king alii coud in nowise C rilcn doby heai if thou canst for novr it is clcir to i that thr uM bo fren to tne as mans husband m tvlirrn ke lor And theri nd thai lean tcL she reasoned vit an p ion gthatl aawalO by no means do it journey un to Antony and thank thee row that ail is c And i dotvn by a very li II irmaciiis ilgitient iny scale of and to AnU y I Brent T Ts it is that vi the j ec c yuBsBer fair M of a mrn where tliuruion anl I t on I play dason etnrshave laCV Bla i onie topiis i Aii i uiLiiia f r tus cause Is ajt a Kins owned and dead for this Ah caasc must 1 too die to nipht Cnarmion CharmUm tlou hast much to answer for thou hast changed the story y t oven now 1 would oTthcwurH not have 1 otherwise r eyes with i saw great tears upon m I asked Where is bo now O Queen IVhere is he In Amecti forsooth mak ing his p aea with At Tarsus I saw Antony and bived La and from that moment I lcatied tao Eight cf the Eyptin and sworo to make an end of 1 si avrcil Fertcaued -- ad ad Â¬ I c Cosa s Igiini ran not f brought misery on all I love and in tho end a to new d iiron and to dio unhved To thee I have atoned to of Sicen I an in my anger d Gods I have atoned aid now new b ra hpon tho I ro to find a way whereby I may i tone to r cw go Dr at Corre Cleopatra in tiait Hell where sho is y And v h one whiel I must share for sho loved nu glanco to heivei she drank aad cast the llarmachis and now that she is dead gobct to the crou t that iter thee I loved ler best Then rt cmc the moment cf my metbinks or her cup and the cup of Iras ofalL So e n 1 of tne vengeance I will surey drink cfK- 111s and of tho fall And she took tho phial and with a ing oi tho corse of afcaha ra hand poured that which was left I crovr cold poison into trie goblet t i t list she cri d but I die net Then dirk physicia ycl I said Rethink th e Charmion Hast be ray d mi P aaayat thru live for r any ysara hidinC Loputral Presently shalt tbou Peaa these sorrows beneath tie wilberal days die and ku v the furyf tiie Gjs Ike Yet I may but I vulnot Tc live the IScaw t affhjii leml It is finished many memories the fount of an a bbo waaaaal Ieic uKn tas prry of so Lok ui und ing shame that n ht by a ht us I i his twisted form ths living m rrcd h shall well afresh froa lieslccpleIisa f star Who am mass n heart to live ton by a d upon me wildly BhcsUir alone like some Oh ob she shrieked throwing up can not lose To stand sighns diy by By the storm twisted tree and 1 know tbee at her arms winds of heaven Gare u Harmachis day to thomy Gods tbou art llarmachis whil I wait tho of risen from the dead at wi not I dead to Aye Ilarmaiiiis risen from the bet Hived I died Harmaagony eternal drag thee down to death and hO2 needert as on to s uv See thou Cicopatra J have ruined thee rcver me and 1 pi Oh fare thco wc thuu didst ruin me I werkinginthe dark fare thee w 11 f r not aga n shri I hmk Baal helped of the angry Gods hav u ou thy face and whero I gD t thy secret spring of woe I filled thy heart not for thou dost BO love me who stll fear at Vium I held the Kryntiars dort ve t at q eny women t ieu hist wih from thy aid I si7ed the strength t hounded to tho death He r thou sb t never AnUicv I showed tlie portent of the Oods win ard thee I shall ncv r WTO unto thy captains By my hand at length and this b the bitter end of fate Pee am tho instrument Oi Hanna thou dest for I I I gj k ono b an be Vengeance Bum do I pay taee back for and far all tmc become naught to thee but e to orfen- e- CHOICE HEADING kt -- on I com 11 train rto thea I bst done th - Ihat a hor wl the diviae EwwiB A a id gave E pt t t hat after years f tell and patient v tins is accomplished by my witdum a help of the angry iid3 behoU I com with all my ih mo upen my head to 0 clare the thing I am and take tho traitors Bay WEATHER Lradhig esls ami ingaiiits idiI othtr peri miseellaneouH liurattire THE 10 COMMANDMENTS 1 2 te Would He it God Send to the trained Miners of Pennsylvania These prices do not include guoscrip iiuliiiling newnpapersfurnished by Tub sjaTaw to Mibscribers at the prince lion IoThf Ait Amateur Art de la Made Art Journal Art L Hei guerdon hathb lest thou of tbe doom of him who Thousands of Whom Are Now Out of Employment Owing to the Staarnant Condition of the Coal Trade on Account of the Warm Weather The Vast Army Fat Incrcaa CtlMAx S3 55 i - 0 4 faf if - 1 mysor-row-strc- asked ho who first h tones I court I answered I know it wc that awful djom Tell us more of tab natter tho i whs WBl t Ilir aa h a shame Art Ileview AtUmie Montlilv Jlanker MagsniP Jlhick wiwln Matrnabae Hon To 3 40 5 7 r Boii I lailbaro hsgla OOO Sif This Years Ontplt 3000 lat e h rd unc 1 le lini-erir1 i 1 knew that for r bar b td dill ask it nor TThea at last I had done been granted they p t mo asi mo terh u ii Bad the a rtliem aman very old nn J V n divin crable the priest of la Hatshcpa at Tape e jobe la Thou not make plea r d o 1 ecber B tcingyousa trytooutab eyonr nelrhDor iooa O a all it Implies in style lover some vrords of ev Jous bespoke oracr even at the Veastaf the Pearl and en the siie nght n tin but before the dead e h wih foull be a death maacy you owe on after awhile raw o I r waa U t ruin treachery for trcaeherv death for Como hither Ciarmirn partner of my plote who betrayed me but repenting art tho sharer cf my triumph come watch this fallen wanton die i Cleopatra board and sank bacu upon the golden bed groaning And then too Chartnion A moment so sho i arcr4 with jncr crsuqatire or poll rf C and racg na you try to Imprest Ol you so j lesa led Bay guard an join bis own peu him fiKit to tt- - yer M T7h0 liy H fwa can not dls pu ae Remember my teiir you so If you co ino r usrpt m ens Cat caah e mare prtpcrly f o 1 rd up w th a smash cyouso BBBkrsl try tJ bo hatiy without belas good W Ard In - a And rl your Joy become call and worm- r- tili wlc to aaaiM people crt of tBlf - lnaine youre know ri fi th ui it r I for mefhicka he i t IT C prus loved the and BBasdrowwed jr rchanee Churcii u can tell us heaj o a I t l thee O Quee Ilar machis is And we evil lniinifip bat sesrennrs in I sa d Ulrth to Bwarehwaway aut t Baaaawer m i so mion for la waa an aye thourrh I BaV i W be s rved my terrdt purpos t an even now bu I loved n i be to God as liBarhia tmu h t thou say est he is lost andean bo mure be found But I lt- lirr put forth cry rtrcrglh w of and bythoa bar rf Cleopmtim so presesaee of tjc lost llar- - mbyywi 1 ais ry to Le b aliby ry swallowing pilla chca and ot 111 If v ywn i tT to mae lore to s sweet o lttle m sa y Bcrapia shefaid isi It seems to mo tiat I tod Ilarmaeh s b re Hs memory oerwhclms me lke flnod cf waters and he th vears dcail Oh I at such a time it is ua- Kay rrhat I N k p you lor a kiss to 10 I aaswered I If he be dead Free Press II tro the time of thy own death raw nc ar to welcome thine at its Ko more baa Olympus le count between as is tro beery ard in aiolhcr world than ai m CLEOPATRA Being 3 T1TTfH Of the Fill and Vengeance cf llzsazdum the Ecy J Ly ian AS SET add we bo but unnonil Ah very souito alo rOTH ET EI3 u OVN HAJTD Br IL Rii HcrAnr Mine The aaeaaary of that Har- Sing bath wrung me strangely that 1 fh il heir from those tunef h s of thine the last of so i the terror Bataaeal I wai Well the knavi s story Bfay that heaviest of in death for thy veiec is tail syawli I soothe my malns latermam Etc IBaaSZBted by L ssbbi CATOr WOOIV S and CKHtFTTafHAQEM XL SONG I Ciiarmion harp and roft and Uelcager said hour for sonrr O Queen but nevertheless she took her acd thus she sang very ev the song of the Syrian rs i fir i y lady dead ir nrAirnT ok sCBBB V or n lTcr and oer Go tears ard lowlarret ars bbw strange to shed TRA X3XS rem hat t W ril w c ry laiiy went Don a through the cooo morrow leave i bavin of Ir r rr y lady dead T ar3 ao I send s thr dc- - red and friend 1 arni3 ootstretched she cursed me Bhe cried Oh one hur of one short hour that then In might I mak thee die in such a fashion u th u canst not i aad that faie paramour of tlhic who beried b th nie and thee And thcu u tier no I Ah taero I have tbee stil Bc thou uh e potting prseatP and vi h bith hands she rent back the oee en this royal rooea from her bosem breast once night by night was thy head piiowcd and thou didst sleep wrapped in these same arms Now put awny their memory if thou can I read it in thine No torture eyes that aaayst thou not which 1 ir can in its sum draw nigh to the rage of that deep soul of thine rent with lorfinfs never llarmachis never to be reached thy from of slaves slave triumph Ocy hs I Baal eh a deeper triumph I spit upon iercl yet I conquer d fy Usee and dying doom thee to the torment of thy deathless love i O Antony I come my Antony I come to thine own dear arm i Sxin I shail find thee and wrared la a ve undying and divine to r wi wo float through all the depths of space and lips to lips and eyes to eyes drink of desires grown more sweet with every draught Or if I find theo not then shall I sink in peace down tho poppied way of aad fir mo tho breast of whereon I shall be softly cradled shall yet seem thy bosom Aatcayl Oh I die Come Antony and give me reree Even in my fury I quaicd beneath her scorn for home flw the arrows I winged words Alas wed rla3 it was tne cc fell upon rr7 ft of myvii own iieal rover bad I loved her as J loved her iow Jty soul was rent with jealous torture and thus I swore she should not die Peace 1 criei what peace Is there for thee Oi yo Holy Three tear now my prayer Oairia loosen Thou the boadj of Bell and send forth those whom I shall summon Coma Ptolemy poisoned of thy sister Cleopatra come Araaaoa murdered in the sanctuary by thy sL C copatra comeiS n tortured to death of Ta come Divine Mil ll I IB whoso body Cleopatra tore and whose Tor greed she braved come one come ail who bara died at the hrrIs of Cleopatr l Ilurh from tho breast of out and greet her who murdered you ly the bnk of mys Â¬ tic union by the symbol of the Life Spirits I rummon you I spoke While Charmion affrighted clung to my robe end the dynir Cicopatra inu on her hands swung slowly to and fro iurnt up porious before she died Sho Btagp red boat tho bed and with sat then her Imperial fr 1 fir 1 aiicfii i Â¬ 1 Â¬ tr b of Antony Sad arc the sonrrs at the Gods g of i A nd we she Lrn ty the pifts W3 brlag C ft to the dead my fower my lov ro Blac vacant eyes came back 1d Mid Sic and c us flowers t above ial shaken I anointed m her and to-myself its up other of blade cad prass Bank ia tly trea t Lull her thr rTitlcst wan Gentiy to res of her voice died away that baa ix Thou the answer came The casement bu st asunder aad on fite inrr wings that Bat entered which last I h r to the eunuchs chin in the Thricw it circled roaad of the pyramid red oer dead Iras then it flow where th dyla r woman stoo 1 To her it n her brrast it settled clin that cmerail vhih was dragged from tho dead Ilcnka ra Thrice tho black n rr J so my oparas f at stood dry iajro nipht of drutr on to drunk the at the rncd Tis a aad I Only I weyit not any evcathe n to 1 of tliinc Char alon j thy on to th ergo is fitted araajs once arain And now Eara Horror screamed alrud thrice it bcatis and lol it vus gone suddenly within that chamber sprang op tho K rpes cf Doath There waa Arsinoe even as she h d shrunk bc rcah the tratehci knie Thcro was young rd by tho vc OOOdema There was the r jesty of Mcn ka ra crowned witii the ttrxus crown there was grave Scpa his fish all tern by tho c were thoic poisoned r laves and there were others without num Â¬ ber shadowy and dreadful to behold who bony wing tahe 1 nt end write what I o riansachis tbe Esrp- r O tJ i answered bow1v to know if ahe it Ilarrrrj hisr aor- - I ruy vlU v 3 lla and be toid race of to A OCt bciii hither a rreat piot that ruie of us ad pined -- cn- - ch as should -- raoi In trulh fur id be bad I IBBK when be lit tho -- reed and thus loarjac Cleopatra to Octaviaasa Greeting This is the state of life At len rth there comes an hour when rather thrn ensure burdens that ocr held bs putting off the body we aroaid take virg into forgotful ness Ckeaar thou hast conquered taio t in thy tri thouth m not wrUc umph i When all is riuit we f o to Bee It the lost Thus he brave do har- h been great vest r I gr i i r in the manner of f aaaa bo nitnished her end live t calurc their wro but s tr aing vih a Crrncr ttcp pass h the gates of vTroag into t bo 11 yrl r s of the dead This only doth ar that suit r her to lie ii the tomb of Antony Farewell This therefore I wrote aad having t C sen 1 rdtod v tomb I called ving hm i at n to i the clumber s od tho threa Byeaav J clinging to the arm of Iras und Charmion itlie apart watch c ltoCii r Tien Iwaatbarh in eaepo Bad a ran r d then anu at tho doer of the was lotonduty e ho S3 IjOOKET SHE SAW THB AWTVL SHAPES thronging that narrow chauibcr stood silcnt g their glassy cye3 upon the face of her who slew them pe ii St DC- - 0 thaw hast i is a larmion tei us v atthe enii If indeed tbou art raindod to make an end OC en 1 said abort is the time forpr in lasnvr rerv nts 11 rnr wcr to thy letter vd Idee the phial of rrhto and dca ily bane and set itcp on - I I re L tookitiah her own and ao s trance Aye Q icon and the death of ten other foik takeso loug a drau rit I f out--- n that it v siy I h vc seen so uio by pois n and scarco cne Lv h dird outri--hAnd srae ah I can not ZIjw Innocent it yet therein lies my tsssaf she death eaaedthere-Tib te - h - faithfully lIonareLa think i I dared not iy should rise in fury he iaauc Tiougb tc And now eawat the - ved me and A itJe for h wit had I and for the lore in vain u tbe dagger in hia I naatatwaw 1 murder r - -- r not I I cji a master of ny craft Or if th forth and ve I a Home rarvst th tud happiness rye m Rome where thou shalt walk in Caesars triumph while the laughter of the Bard eyed Latin women shall chime down tho music cf thy golden chains Xay I will die Oh if cne would but show the path Then did Iras loose her hand and step forGive nc tie ward i hm I go to maishe said or ray - rj 1 said Beheld Cleopatra Behold thy ami dis Aye said Charmion Behold and die thou who didst rou me of mine honor and Egypt of her kin Khe looked she saw the awful Shapes Her spirit hurrying from tho flesh mayhap could hear words to which ray cars wcro deaf Then her faco sank in with terror her great eyes grew pale and shrieking Cleopatra fell auddcd passing with that dread company to her appointed place Thus then did I end lry soul with vengeance fulfilling the justice of th Gods and yet knew myself empty of all joy therein per though that thing we worship doth bring us ruin end Love being more pitiless than Death we in turn do pay all our sorrow back jet must 176 worship on yet stretch out our arms toward our lost Do sire and our our hearts blood upon the shrine of our dr orowncd God Ixivc is of tho Soirit and knows not Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Death cnAPTn xirrTi J ciarjied ny arm JIAliKIOfl in terror Vn to which she had clung - -- - F l- - need I tell you w I vronl Oh t le eye of i orn priest tail i in i Qaeen 1 answered Tis well on thy own head be it aad 1 troai the phial fJZfo rt bAeKJ J I t intoalittBhe kissed iag no l - be poppicJ laamwSc wcau a awita the end i i Cieopatra i5sed tha brotr and Charmcn sho also aid t sho curtsied to t an 1 mmd i the cp m be -- and that I tlie bnly heart of a ra Ard teca sc of what was ah and of t weaa ah pest upon rrenowr hawaa waa a part thereof d Piiara the lore of the ErTpiaaa I was d dc-ica je to the world ad by Lis aid hold Egypt from the laa had then rone to call Antony ard after much thought I Bhaed to bond him back with a harp t on that very morning aa I me frr rt cane Caarmioa ptosj for Iraa was a OrecX sho diank anl putt r bsad to hor bead inst ntly fall down aad dl Thou sccst I fid L caking ia upon tbe ahence i is sw thine is a master drug Come now fill ne tac bowl lest Iras weary in waving at lac gales Bolpaurxd afresh iuo tho go let but this time makingrrcuiu etorSnsethccup I mutodali ninded that ig the eyes to baaren ar d c y a o have deserted me toy a no ic t for deaf W ft and blind your make n the -- prar Tiiis doo mak- - a queen Come aid me prince let us stretch jioor clay upon tho bod and deck it rcyaily so that it iray give its dumb audience to the messengers cf Caesar as becomes tho last of Egypts queens1 i in answer for my heart and bow that all w3 done was v I was weary Together then wo lifted up tbo body and id it or tho golden bed 1 tiu brcras crown upon Char tho Ivory braw and cemted the Eight dark Lair that bowed never a thread of I yes where time tad for tho in toad chone all tho ch mging glociac of tho soa Bho folded the hands unon tho breast heneo passions breath had fled BaRwaBBBBwr ii wast indeed iVU Thy vengeance thou dark llarma- rbc fetid in a cli is a hoarso voice I inmg hideous to bo- O lost Egypt hold - rTl 1riT CaH UU J eiic tV iii MWUU if 1 t sinneJ th three this matter Thou fold deaely sin Oaly head lies tho burden of the w wbf Cicra this d yenthrallr of Dome to I is the tiother mystery tbai haatosferod th deadly insult aad thou bust orderi d a shut down until the trade ooav u These individual broke thy hory oath Far ail of thes dhions are improved collierie numia r a dozen or more aad sias there is a3 wcil thou kaowest butcn e that thoadoat reward aad that rowar I is thine IViutU will average 230 Been and boysesBptoyed for ve mo - fir as thine ii teforjvo can it weigh in the balance cf cor jast Us at each The announcement wa- - also v ith I lrrcrS ss B was thy c iaa made Thursday that the Delaware and me on the brow aad bid mo that tho 1 hst slain her who thon kiss but camestb of stumbling naught that end pass in pea I the thing v io evaf Hudson Canal company will atthe mime And she drew near to me vvih arms Ou- ctood within these vilest of the week shut down fifteen of its i thos rls walls treaablmg lips tstretched tad one half it operates be- Â¬ lalal must gazed upon my f thoj tween Carliondale and Plymouth th ti Charr ion I answered we aic free to Pharaoh sh d discrowned lie a itl l Idle I puar ts of ttaaa act for go d rr evil aad yet methi iks then whore we setanhldonate crown u the The closing of thne company works blowing from is a fate above our fate that bead we doom thee to the doom I Go t strange shores compels our littln sails of thy dungeon and await the falling of is and the individual mines will cause the ar we wi and Ir idleness of upwards of lllIKH men and purpose set tein g what th K Go r stroke I forg TB lheeCaar 10 abstraction mightcst have bei i and what thou art air Lots and to this liundicr is cpufe likely by t as I trust in turn to le I irgrrca a to in added a barge number of workmen may those IOuS who thro h thy evil d first and the last I seal our p hiss who will le thrown out of employment lag shall p re hmee ere long cease to Is And wti my ps 1 touched her br jw worshiped within thee bolytempics iv by the shutting down of the mines of lit tie vae She spake no more only for a to thco that me y which we deny the Lehigh Vallcv and Wilkesliarre and she steed gazing on mo with sad eyea then him forth the Susquehanna coal companies in tho Uayal i r she lifted tbo goblet and s With So th y took me and led nn forth macius in taia d a y cob I pe e tboo nt nking not up rnd yet Wyoming ugioti bowed bead I w would that I had drunk of it eo ever I I felt 1 Cold Weather Woulil BBSM Th in htira opoa my face looked upon thy face Pharaoh who thy surely f all my rhame i ii Only the stitfest of winter weather can tho heavisins outworn yet shall rue in perfect est bring a reaction and start the mines go-Â¬ peace oer worlds I may not tread who j et ing r scepter tian that 1 shall sway a kin niArTi A prominent coal dealer says that the op the wn ting cscaTSCBTia tic robbed thee of forever fare thc vt el trade was inner in so stagnant condition BOTAL LUirilAB She drank CSV t dovn t 0 cup an 1 for a moment steed with thi wide eyca of oae 3I1T led me to the as it is at present and the year will close r and Then h3 cam with nearly 8000000 tons less out than Who leoks for death a chamber that zz V BW CharmioB the E pfiau foil prone upon is high in tho Tylor waa the record of l Ealthe floor dead ati i for a moment I stood tower nnd hero 1 alone rith the ii NOTES FOR SILVER BULLION 1 my do ta now si o of Cleopatra an I crept to the know net when the The IreniitMit Approves the Suggestion none were left to ace 1 tiilnvn on that J word of fat - shall fail of Secretary Viiidom the bed and laid h r I1e1l up n mykaee Weeh btowb to week as once before it had been tail intuit Wasiiixoton Dec -- v It is the inand month to month tention of the president to send a special night of aacrilcge beneath the everlasting hi it is d pyramid Then 1 sse li r ii irowaad Baeaaage to congress after the holiday Mel i ri j went from the bouse of d ii 1 recess indorsing the plan suggested by I now above my hud 1 but sorely smitten wi h report Physician said the oalc r of tho guard tie t it wl f li but wh n I Mr Windoiii in his recent finance for the issuance of government notes on as I went through the gates wh t V relinee I shail wekc know yonder in the moeaaicatl llehougit I in some d ad hour cf midnight to hear the silver bullion it will o remembered thai in his annual message the president f I 3 slayers heard the sounds of death and Debar stealthy re merely Ih al iiath passed I made r if rihi trenowaihaod tions of called attention to the b withsecretary of the treasury reply and went and rs I went in the darkThe horror Then will c ness I beard the sound cf veins and the Tho nameless c in ard at last it will be out expressing any opinion and said that in a subsequent ootrununiration to sacs ncs cngera done running of the feet of Â¬ Flyiag swiftly to my bouse I f and At am Ail congress he might have something far Oil le it e 133 Is I it c no swiftly J waiting at the gates Blie drew rae into a is written I hare hold back nothing My ther to say on the subject since the plan has been before the pub- Â¬ quiet chamber and closed the doors lis finished Bin is lic for aJscnnsion the president has con slie Baked and turned her Is it don things end in wrinkled face to mine while the lamp light ana I prepare to face the t trrors that ri o to fi riel with leading members of the Ke publican party in oth bouses of con streamed white ukii her snowy ei oher w r Is than this I p le oid also with conservatives of the not without hope Ir for though I see bei 3fay why aeb I kaow that it i done lion and with the exception oi a BOt though DO mere sho answers to mv Ay it is done and w 11 done oW wife all are dead Cleopatra Iras Charmioa ail prayers s Ill 1 am aware cf tho holy Ism few who believe in nothing but the free and unlimited coinage of siiver Mr re and v with me I save r at If t face and Wmdoms plan has been very cordially The a d woman drew up h lent farm shall yet again bchol J f Both the president and Mr nw letmo g in p ie for I thea at last ia that far day I shall tied indorsed and cried from have received seen Bay desire vpoa thyfo kndtbe fargiyenessl The burdea of my guilt will Wisdom men in all narta of letterscountry the financial foes of Khem Ii Ir not ia vain have I roll f r commending the proposition and they lived on htyjad the years of man I have Wrop Bte roan bring g me b have been fumisned with many BsSWB Gi Dear land o fCacml as in ad seen my OjCaire vpoB thy rn tiics I liive paper comments which have aaw leen I sea nation after aa km set i gathered tho dCWS of death and thy fee seethefavorable hatbdrnnk thereof Failca ntlio brow of staadard on thy shares and its yoke upui generally letter and newspaper cliting Every ns witbou Tho shame of Shorn is leval with pride the dust Ah would that I might have calling out their truths upoa the baaaa of has teen carefully studied and alt the timsand objections of importance p seen thatwantoa dial Shor an 1 sarnxoaiag that have been presented have leen Cease woman cease Tho dead arc ship I see tiiy temples thy h iy moles crumbling la tio dost a w d r to the carefully noted for future study and reO iris bclis thea gathered to tac X i ng silence seals their sight of mea u horn who shell peer into flect ion treasuryproposition emanating fast and eve fir many years has thy tombs aad di the great ooca oi from the lips Pursue net th fa l n great with in I soot lymyst rteaaai okcryto received so much aitntion end Mr suits Dp let as By toAbouthla ti it ail thy gi like Windom is naturally very much gratithe u ii 1111 I and thy v may be accomplished fied at the universal favor it has met on ti ert B lads Earmachis Fir thou i with th r be fly but I fly not T this end or y I have man e gies sto pond peri rw 1 aa ie the red with the blood of men ail Wm long JEFF DAVIS REMAINS bagen Ufa and let my Fprit free Fare lights dancing dawa t 10 barbarian s ars Hurla flare Not to I5e Selected Tor tie ir wal linn that follow in at la tbee well prince tbe pilgriatagn fr e at Least n Year Harmachis from a babe have 1 loved thee I boo thee once ni re great once more c ki of thi and hating D It no moic in this RKinioxn Va Dec 28 Mayor Elliand love thee v Qo is eye thy a with world may 1 share thy grief- - I am spent son of this city has received a letter Osiiis take thou my spirit P And lier tenaace aad called by other u ami bttili from Mrs Jefferson Davis in reply to a trembling knees gave way and aio s ink to thyC request thai the body of her trnrirrand Thesun sinks over Auouthis T mad might be buried here in which Mrs rays cf Ji Birae on temple I n her ran ti I Davis Bays that BO many of the southern an I v- - cere upon Sho vstates have put forth claims so strong Bo as a child J wateheJ him tink a frioad to coir fort me the earth without that she is unable to decide where the re past so t kl touched Thca Itemed aad went ao maa binder- - Pylons frowning brow jrM tii mains hall rest and has decided to wait ing e fi r i naa rxmfasioa ia Ike dtyand a ar before making a selection shadow lay apon ti All is un oeparte i from Ales mdrui in a v vssel I had change Pie eighth d is ftiislier ill South Dakota 1 changed po changed anc and in the carrying cut of By purpose yet t Iony ra D e M v Falls s Dak Nat0 s 1 on f t aer ss the f s to ural jras lias been discovered at Kedtield rroyer Oh tho h this And here The iind is the strong- Â¬ in Spink county a m as I kstcw tho worauip of the cols If I u it est yet struck in the state and its qual- Â¬ e i f t v e- inrtt temp ity - of the best The discovery waa I bn must I of the a had made by parties digging for water The pressure ao great that it carries sand tugh r at I t res re tho kuu and gravi sixty ft et into the air This f triump of ti o is the fourth di overv of the kind made of the mghtii a four iier the writing on the third roll of p ipyrusaV in South Dakota within sixty davs t of 1 h puriii niptlyenda It would alnx utttnc A Lynching Imminent ries iffthcati icnttcm writer was at lii m mieat broken in iiixin plesof E it v Dec Charles Cal- Â¬ Datavia by those who cam t Ulead him tc his d is into aelebiatet houn a teacher of the public school at rvn tub their holy n Nieholasville near here lias led taking I gained the citT ItwaaOB tie seventh with him his wife and cnDd and 1000 CENTnn or PRESsunt lay of the feast of P- - Even ai I came the cash The scoundrel educed a long arr iy wooded though the we rcrncm daughter of Samuel EL Jackson pud or a Tall It Mini Bs Carefotlr U n ii la the mult hen i stroi pil in lus school and ot away just in Will io tho Itosalt thai followed and with myveico sw TL instinct Which all anmal3 fteem to time to avoid lynching by indignant citthecbornsel anehaacas nossris ta bringing the line of directasa of izens A purse has been made up to ap11s into tho imperisl e the center of pressure with n tho haerb prehend the mora leper i wrre tho rdrniribie It ia this iasUact Wtdeb renV Convicted of Maiillu hter ders tho wild poat and cli iris si fearless Lkbanon O Dec 28 -- The jury in Softly wc tread our measured bMBtteea fall of danger ia tho terrific leaps they maha charged lag arrose Aipinv prreiniees rnd which ea the case airainst MichaeDurley Wthin tho sanctuary scvcn fol on its feet in with murder in the second degree after ahlcsacatalwsys to rii Soft on the dead that lvelh r- - o calling being out about sixteen hours returned t3 tb t ppenr sufficient 1 tarn Osirn from thy Uia hen oold a verdict of manslaughter to r dcr a fall ot ohL BetBta to them that vorsao true Kow the cpcrslaona of inslinct though ia And th n wheat the sacred music ceased PRICES CURRENT - of as aforetime on t the majesty rrrr- points of vict7 rct a little latcd i st aa ingenious Bf Be the high priest raised ti statue of Keview of the Money Stocks anil Cattle thatean bedlaouuodand the living acl held it on high before Ouo tat Ion for Dec 28 t f the cat always falling en tho multitude With a joyful Bhout o in he tho lowest Kostfyesossd at 4 per cent s that the satno principle the Osiris our hop Osiris Ciris late of the clay Tbe Bigbsat rnte ns 10 nab r u to v- dk upright tre the biR k wrappings from their sixes 116 bid fours coupon I Tj Currency r c r r of pressare at- dress showing the white robe beneath bid f s do 10 bid f tot and as one man bowed before t Pacific railroad in Is eaoaad ITasoa firsts v o dis- In tearniagto v 110 bid Inion sinkinfr funds IIS bid CenThen they went to feast each at his home lytho trals 114 Bnadinj MIbjobsI PtacnV Rria but 1 stayed in tho court cf 1he temple tancea and by ohscrvi- - their p pendicu Pacific Lake Sliiuv St Paul and tie tnioii Uy a priest of the temple drew near v deter of and ashed w of my bos laa iarityno one v13 iono our own Ecaca it i Suur Trusts were the features most trading They were the active m walkla this moiiim that bi swered him that I 01110 fromAlexai stocks on tbe list absorbed aaaatof tbasaee and would be d before tho coi acd of the a strnigiit lino forho a hundred steps to- illative Interest irailii was much bsotb same roiBon most ehi r and for high priast fori know that thei dy priests active than on nuy previous morninir this k week 113103 shares raaaasdag hands up to wcregathen d t igothordebatins lhetidligs of at v r ir batUcmentasneb iiiillay Prie s were weak throughout and from Alexandria Thrreen the man left et ii tho Fphcreof at the ekasi values were W U ler cent Ba and the high priests bearing that I was en A whirl e wheel or the low tboae of yesttrday Tbs sales amounted from Alexandria ordered that I should bo to lli rJ saar s The bank statement waa of n river or led into th ii the scond ballot motionitof therapid oa lookiig tbe a STti unfavorable sanwasg a aaeraass of s a overt columns and fo I waa lid in 051 was already dark and hStWOCB the of a fast sailing ship huvo often a similar Ateiison It TU ii i Mich Cent great pillars liuhts were set as on that eSect lOtJX N Y Cent rXftQ losi i acbild caa first stand erect en its To k when I was crowned Pi raohoftho I night C NortaweUrBlllV 4 Hud upper and the low r land There too vras legs if yon give his atcaUcn to a white lioct Miss ttV ef extended iibe a snil bo will Vn itie Mail MM ot dignitaries seated in tie r ici Kork Island the long line i istrnl yiu ai tiivoithe Ki ie ntid li m hut tho carven chairs rn J liking con escl toge her 107 St Paul Shore 09U All was tiio sainTho Earn 3 cold images wil turn c down jt is for t ia re men that Lake N L 9ii Western Union Sti of kiugs and Gls gizei with the same rops dunecr wio bsro n vt xj narrow baso empty eves from tho everlasdag walls upon which to raaintain thol nc cf direction finirtnnatt diet hir l p their eyes fixed upon a Ay more Among those gathered there WmsAT T2 8c point of tho framework upholding th Coajf 27i were five of the very men who as leaders by which to ivaubwe their center oi press1 awaabad fine merino Wikii S310e of the great plot bad sat hero to boo ne pml for the some reason those who hlxl coiiliin JtldC-l-- medium ilelatns crowned being the ony conspirators who ure perform diilicnlt feats of and clothing liai I Hrf3ic medi had ccipcd tho reugcaaco ot Cicopatra trp c tbe things um coiniun -- iiiiiV tf e washed tine and the clutching h ud of time I took my bahinocd tofized en merino X and XX medium clothretaia Ihe line oT dii stand on tho spot wicrc onco bid been wttaic ing iotioledeliiie t0iiiic crowned aid niadn mo ready for the last iiA1 115051100 th t the reason why a maa ii act of shame with such bitterness of heart aiii briars Bat0gjjtawj strmv bolsoco v hen tipsy is that his eyes roll so as can not bo arrittea eghis Cvttik Oood to cboica butchers Why it is the phyaisiaa OlyioposP svd ilf i 00 eo nnion croend him while the 3safair lxn J00 onc hewho ivr J a hennlt ir the feeders tiUj when of Tape ard who but lately wrs ot the Ho- butchers and heavy ship- d i household of Cleopatra 1 it then true fair to good irflcinr s ifren- tic car r own kaad 9 queen is it md rough imekinrr 3 UOui r feet ur to good ngnt ri 0Jpis r eat Tea hry fir I nn that hysici 11 also i no doubt that it is Ly fixlnxtueeya Shkei Cseoaatra is dead bv nv h ad 7Vl U on tho Lam i this By Why t ri roletca h r though wcil she is dead forsoofh tho wick1 llarai t Ulered iiradstreetc Journal company s collieries and of six Delaware Brain companys trance the ilrai1 ii Walls ivelrospect Western Delineator news that the Hillside Coal and Iron Jliitlerieks Hawkey Bvrtilgtutl ortnpaBy workimr ttw Brie railroad tHiiiidii Iti JouniHl mines oi Forest City Co maine and CaawwHan Ifagaaiiie Pseaeant Valley with their thousand i SBmeits Masraxine of Art woriteaen have also hut down aibolie World entral nw Journnl Others u itl olimv Individual operaton all through the Oiiiiiy MagBBilie valley unable to secure car have plso ciiiiii Decnsator omniereial liulletui Country tieiilleman Current Literature Courier Journal out uereliil lVette Jltcoiitoi and JHuriu lier Delineator Deinoresls Maui zine Drakes Magazine Duntotis Spirit ol tlie urf 1 Tons Itehind That of 1S88 Following vNTOX Pa Dec the slmt down of the Pennsylvania Coal llicicliiig World lords Magazine H 100 JO 8 515 i 4KJ la 10 buy from tis Think Carefully--aaDecide Wisely - The Best is the Cheap Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered Work Diligently Until You Beach Our Ilace 916 W Main Deal Honestly Is Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know Us Buy Frequently If You Would l Has Ever Been Our Aim il Reasonably Is Our Earnest Befi 1AV IBOMITIY d -- 110 100 2o J M 510 4V 4K Follow the TKN COMMANDMENTS they will ultimately lead you uid and make us happy ijfio IoO 6 40 SHACKELFORD DBAuru ALL KINDS OF II GENTRY a Itorehaaan lay Worker M 1 10 I 1 17 ks llo K 0 o UiDWAKE STOVES TINWARE WOODEN WARE HOUSE FURNtSHINO GOOD Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS BLOW- HAY BAKES WHEELBABBOV FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ET MAIN Â¬ tful i in 570 7o 4HI 1 K te 1 11 ti Education Electiician Engiiiterliig News English lllti trtei Magiiziue Epoch Evangelist Expositor Engineer Kashien Ki ililjtllV Xe s Detroit Free Pi law lcleclie Magazine Ed in 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importance in the Tailed States or Europe can tie secured by TlIB CUalAX at less than tlie reg21ular rates Â¬ - 300 800 270 THE SHORT UtiF TO DENVEF AND TWE WEST FFJOifl THE ftliSSOUR RIVER fonriVoti all c transov a Territory KREB Ef orado unci th 11 Kansro City and Ilutrbtnaon Paiacj Sloepins Cars to and from Wich - It travcr world tho richest frvrrni mil Pul MACNIF1CENT VESTIBULE Leadiner all competitors in snlendor of toy stean trcm the locomotive in vrint lcav Kacsaa City and St J031 and Southec t with ei FREK Chair C Denver Coloritdo S terv venie EXfES3 TRAINS at seasoiiaoc lou THE ROCK ESLAWD J8 THE FAVCRfTE TOURIST LXE To inUou Pike3Pstk the OarOas rreverts nunut VC js th miu ci Irs They aloo make close c nr- Dcrni r Tead and Port Worth rnu For Tick ts Maps Time Tables Osauod monthly or furti r E ST JOHN Go na CH AGO a Baa 1 - ti I i SADDLES HARNESS AIUD GUAR The old and reliable Saddle and Harnesa Hoaae of No Facl 1 Â¬ JOHN SEBASTIAN - bt BRYANT Itnnk A I STRATTON Business College Jutl I G W PIGEELS 2G rite - CBBBBteaMBl iiiSAor Jlanil Tflrarufho Xrm cmt ion Lai 3 Second Garnet House stock of Street next to has a complete ir mi AlllCIf II UI W V I 1 las I La Ci a IV T a Saddles Harness Bridles v cQt RUFF Tii iv 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Oils and Toe Weights Soaps everything else needed by persons who handle horses sv3 1 Â¬ Saddles Manufactured to Order and none but the best material used Oentlemens ladies and boys Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Ilaines Backhands Bellybands Collar Collar Bails Ilame Strings Blow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used on the farm Only experienced workmen employed If you want a Saddle you have a hundred to select from ranging in price from 4 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from 8 up All prices of Blow Oear from the cheapest to the best Some t hiii entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot ot lap Cloths ever brought to Bichmond 41 r 1 -- HTCIUIEItMUIi IEAIKK IM i Watclie Ckseka Jewelry Silver and 8eciHl 1 mi r saMaJt v m Bz - r BaasSssT LaBia 1 ilated wareetc attenlion given to Sr0i j Cures aasa3if all sat Hi c FSTTINQ TRIVATS v DIAMONDS NFS 1 -- 11 icrasa rtt- WlU 1 -- tASis Spc tjal nit AND OTUKR Pi a and In pot ata REPAIRING iroaiptly dtue ami iu a workmanlike manner DLW 1 - INSURANCE laar ObU - Quk Paid for Old Gold and Silver saWifciftf OB M aWsM t lit K fit I l turret tff Dont office to tlie Ptaat jau 4 tlie place KiclToood next door Ky sVlc FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO Seven Splendid Companies 1 Cui CksBtTJaal rravau iranteoJ in oil Cases Ul rniTiri- lf to -- Â¬ tc lfli ir out niilaj j BBaataBBBi Â¬ f0O Ossstt PRIVATE COUNSXXOIl I A aWUWBBl 3Ft i o na aa o jv 30 bmn fraan ii ta a P il Sua 3 1 iyi North America Springfield rermania Connecticut Niagara ---- Philadelphia Massachusetts New York - J A G WILLIAMSON COAL CO I lisve pnreliiiel tbe property t lle xxiil iinipsMy and will keep ntj hand all of tiie be t varieties of Â¬ CITY KNOINEEU -- Hartford New York Civil Engineer and Surveyor I i Amazon - -- ed wanton I Your pardon airs end I il oa 1 r iat cll man io c O ta piions BTbaai acdgvo who v - ii tcced the best knees beneath tho broidcrcd labe and by the beau cet flowers and there at length Cleopatra lay more splendid now in her cold Dtji death than in hrr richest hour of brerthing beauty V7- ivrw bat and looked on her and on dead Iras at It is done quoth Charmion ipo are c and no v ILirmachit dost fellow by this same roadf tad she noddad tofa for I am c chauco among nieth nks I sco some whoaigh eleven yean ago were r crown cno II irmachts Pharaoh c I Khem It is true tiiey as thou these things thou O e thirty ro Of the r arc bles I went on in t g S imo tro C rail ct twoand n re slo Sicpa la t la- ao mines or livo afar boras i 1 rlltel you il d i thoci er cf r body he ferm oi f a fjrijhoBiid prelum 1 i f r h- - aging down ere loot A rrtJl3ui wn i NiiImwi i a a sort tuntty SLRVEYS Tlie yard eay of access Perims BOCK BOTTOM RATI g to haul their irara coal will t40XI LiueietrHceiI given Office at Farmers National Bank to locroajrspltieelBptatal attnalioa l st istafa and iat of not have to cross the railroad common to lair York- I respect fully ropiest a literal pt a ill oilier lamia Corrtoiiii Call and see us before placing btrtaW NtiMtBsl with partiesi unity interee l rooaste of the Shek Extra f10530 good 4tH your insurance in aurraya of lands in mountain 4 ity enoc SLS02LS0 IS- N tlen of Kenlueky Lumls 41 ji 3 BDRNAM A HOME -Office City Hall RiehaiomlKy IlilHIIO- Hoos Li mixed i0Q 9-N B Milling property and iit ijiir lows lVJ 5 1 CkTTVE Prime Iittsluirg 4 Bennsylvania - Cincinnati Philadelphia Surveys maile for Railways Turnpikes Reaadwayii KMimales Kiveu i Farm ilrainapx Town lot lanl oil 10u 4i5 - tA0 sup rtrd fat good GENERAL LAND COAL Please Read r 3tx lieav Ieves - bulls anil mixed steers country stores a specialty 3211 i wardan I fly I fly to a heavier Xi easily may I end my space death of earthly pen an So bo it II Harmachis i vings II v ado atonement is played I Oh what a biier fate is mine to hare -- uaate bea t by thy ley Ao Qf our life far from these he ids of Earth draw near and aaral Kle mo where winds blo ibo to roU st ibo fort- - r s the Bccurso i betrayed tho plot and sold himself to tho Wanton Cirxpatra It is so I went on lifting up my head Harmachis betrayed the plotand s f elf to Cicopatra and holy sirs fast As llarnutdtU gazed spoke us it 11 It is BO they a ig vongcan Hhkep red at locS half way ii si Laxus Wd 50JtCii5 its t230 oU 1203 Wheat O Ars Vo 2 red winter New York ir 100 lbs 80a8c c Carpenters Work 185 Miles For Sale Manufaciurins Tompany Hand ally l travelers Ac a rnni No a mixed f JSSJic January S6 ozne said naught Ham that Harmachis I Uiat period WmtxT Toledo Cssh 81ji c Maj oieaaa leave We lave one liuinlred mule colts and r at ttie office - ri tly I am prepawa to do all kinds ol eighty five yeiriioj J F roNB Carpenter work in flrat einss style gMKi lllJ P 8 hl ooly by order AI30 estimates fninislied on nliuri sepi iu stocK ou tlie sp j e js notice H TYLER BAXTEU 40 17- 3U- HH D A COLYER aaaa1 Dr J C Morgan is boarding at the Glyndon Dr Phil Roberts is in Frankfort filling his Senatorial seat Dr C S Holton has returned from a wtak stay in Mason county Mr Alexander the well known portrait painter was here the past week Mr C T Samuels and wife were down from Pineville during the holidays erson of Wash D C is i davs lere t iic ok home Masonic Officers Bn W 11 Smith Frankfort oc 01 jonn s uay uecemor 27th was observed by all the lodges in the county cupying his seat in the House of Repre Christmas Snake sertatives by the election and installation of officers County Judge Chenault was gunning Lodge Richmond Claude Smith Mr and Mrs J Irvine Blanton of Cyn out in the Cane Spring neighborhood the Worshipful Master E E Mitchell thima spent the past week with their early part of the holidays He came Senior Warden W F Francis Junior patents here upon a huge black snake about six feet Warden J Speed Smith Secretary S Miss Hemphill of Jessamine who was long with head up eyes wide open and S Parkes Treasurer R C H Covvisiting her sister Mrs A G Woods has making tracks over a fallen tree With ington Senior Deacon C S Powell returned home a well directed shot he brought it to and Junior Deacon C E Smith L T WilHon A T Chenault went to Frankfort the four responsible persons with him son Stewards M Lalor Tyler 3 last week to aid in setting the new Legdeclare it was as fat and lively as any I J Union City Lodge Hamilton summer snake they ever saw The Judge W M Hiram Jett S W Shelby Jett islature to music Mr Jno R Gibson and Mrs Dr Bates says he should never have mentioned the J W Thompson Keene Treasurer SPEED THE FAaTWU UUEST J have returned from an extensive yisit to matter but for the witnesses present F Oldham Secretary S D John Hill 1 ear io j California and the West Did anylody ever see a real live James Bonny S Si T living snake on the 26th of December anl write lS Mrs Mattie Gay of Winchester and Waco Lodge D Zittle W M Miss McCallom of New Orleans arc visor any other day in December The Harvey Turpin S W Wm Hall J V Year brings cooler weather fact that it was the day after Christmas W D Rucker Treasurer W T Fielder iting Mrs J R Burnam M Poj ntz ha a sweet little billy - doesnt count down at Cane Spring Secretary Smith Grinstead S DJ O M r James W Chandler after a visit to Noiand J D Shelton Harris S his former home in this county has reIn A Rock Grave tor rent Sec notice T turned to Clear Water Kansas A gentleman who has been out to the Crearjr C M Rawlings W Berca Lodge Rev J F Williams spent the holidays Island of Navassa West Indies says that M G E Anderson S W John Johnin Gallatin county and performed the 1 m Lexington on Blr Jarrr the late George W Tipton is buried in a son J W E T Fish Treasurer I C mar iage ceremony for a cousin iriiav and savs that Billy Wilkersons solid rock grave seven feet deep It is Davis Secretary S W Pigg S D not at all dangerous Miss Sutie G Stuart of Winchester situated on a high point at the eastern ex Â¬ W A Johnson J D T H Coyle S iil oon be well teaching at Brownsville Tenn visited her tremity of the Island overlooking the rail- kT sister Mrs French Tipton last week numerous trends of Mr B J road and the Caribbean Sea Fifty miles O C Mc Williams Kingston Lodge Mr C J Myers of Lexington a merbe glad to learn that he has away eastward is Havti two hundred W M A R Todd S W James M chant of that city accompanied by his KNJ JKr lLIOH Ul CillCI UWfc w v tward is Jamaica and about the same Boen J W WACO T C Witt Secretary DRINKKNNKSS LluTOR HABIT la all MATRIMONIAL rpcr lor ine large irv guuu iiuuoc ui distance northward is Cuba Near this Wm Boulwaie Treasurer W O Thorp wite visited relatives here the past few the World thrf is bat One Cure Work will be resumed on the natural ti Price in Lexington grave are those of three of the poor felS D S Jett J D Wm Roark S Si days Dr Haines tioldrn Specific Mr Shelby C Tudor and Miss Sallie gas well lows who were slain in the riot Thus he T Hon Robert Hill Representative from tea or calendar of the Moore were married 1 the home of It can tie given In a cup of pernon ooffae most jorgeu Mr Jesse Cobb Jr is visiting friends taking without the knowledge of the far from the the counties of Lee and Estill was in tr bMicu uv rim uiw ine sleeps as is said of Byron Ibe brides father Mr Cyrus T Moore it oAsctlng a speeily and jTinuieiii aaaa in Winchester whether the pRtlent is a moderate ilnnli Case- A year ago Richmond Friday night en route to An taea of Cincinnati and pre- - busy crowd and its turmoil December 31 1S89 mi alcoholic wreck Ti Mr Charles Oldham of Mt Sterling w Year day he was here now he have beafl cirttl who have lafcei Late on Monday afternoon in the Frankfort Tmf Climax by A Cigar Professor V E C Wright of Bt rea Siiiitic in ilr ir coffee without llitir knowl-t-il- r is here on business is there Vessels from the Gulf ports vicinity of Spainhowers distillery Dud favorite traveling man Uwy Hut and Mrs W E Luxon and daughter Laura College and ML s Maria A Muzzy of tlu ir own to day ihlukNo Imrmfi drinking ol Lizzie J Dickensons Exr Ac Plfl s freewill bound North and abroad pass his isolated lev Warmoth was killed by Wm Wilder Miss Katie Locknane of Winchester Belle and Mr and Mrs John C Ballard administration vs Borneo Michigan were married on suits from Itfor listrict Court at Balti- - resting place But is a land he liked teed Send circular ami full in is visiting Mrs C H Park Coroner Miller was notified Tuesday and spent the holidays with relatives at Crab F J Dukerson Ac Deft s Addrcm In confidence Uolden setcir c lurv has found one more ISa- Christmas day so we are informed by lSj 17 16 held an inquest The testimony showed Orchard Kact St Cincinnati U Elkin Bros is the style of the new au unusually elegant XotkE ok Sale in pustf of murder and eight invitation Prof Craps that sn altercation occurred and that firm at Grinotcads old stand By virtue of a judgment and order of Mr R L Scobce of Mt Sterling and Road horses trotters aud runners slaughter Three have been Wright was in ThkCi max office two They do say that Richmond now has there was great provocation for the killthe Madison Circuit Court ren I have sale ofat Hie Septemlier term thereof Mr William Huls of Winchester spent John Embry is erecting an elegant or three days before the happy event shod in any maimer desired There are seven others for an amazing run of crap shooting J dered and ing It was deemed advisable however cottage on his lot on Hill street just received au extra lot of four year I but never so much as mentioned that in the above styled cause the uu- that it has been on for some weeks The to bring Wilder before the County Judge the holidays with Mr I homas Huls in this iiace Mr A C Oldham of Montgomery he was going away on a holiday twur old second growth timber for repairing dersigued will ou game is understood to be peculiarly a and he was accordingly lodged in jail Tin lreet Yra All work guar Â¬ county is spending the holiday here He was a widower his wife having all kinds of wairous Mr J D Tribble of Shelby county Friday January 17th 1890 coon institution and that no white man On Saturday Wilder was tried before tiious and reliable ycung anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Between the hours of 2 oclock i Messrs Kit Parks and Tom Hume died about two years ago A happy has ever completely comprehended it in Judge Chenault and testified in his own who spent the holidays with his sister I Chenault gro- - all its glorious ramifications Be back of Brookss drug store and 3 oclock P JI on the premises in were in Lexington the past few days on New Year to ycu and yours Professor that as behalf He stated that only two shots Mrs W C Fitzpatrick this place has ie new year wim a new ao- Respectfully Madison county Ky proceed to expose gone home business it may we hear that the pale face as were fired the first by Warmoth at him CONTKIBlTED S e what they promise you S L M1DKIFF to public sle to the highest bidder Iho Sfebly Misses Mag and Sarah Edwards two well as the ebony son of Africa is daily the second by him at Warmoth which following described property vix Ida G W Willis entertained at the A wedding we are lold is in pros Â¬ of Winstons belles spent the Xmas in pect at the home of Mr J M Boens irnund Hog Day It Cured Bright Disease and nightly indulging in the necessary but was fatal George and Mack Wilder Glyndon Wednesday evening in honor of cf A our town - from near Kingston His lovely vivacious next Sunday will be strange exclamations over a set of dice gave similar testimony SfKEDWEIX Ky May 4 18S9 This Dr Middleton Miss Mary Hume and Miss Anna Chenthat go to make up a classic game of craps of Kirksville testified is to certify that 1 had Bright Disease In Madison county Ky near the Pond ault An elegant menu on satin and T L Todd is at home for the holidays and beautiful daughter Mary Lee day If winter should break that he examined kill a old gray horse in Georgia after some hard work in the mountain will be taken in triumph to hymens or something very much like it and Meeting House on the waters of Tales av it will break the record for the body and besides the bullet hole that bristo duplicated on the table in reality on the North side of the Barues was in very feeble was in eighty days in Gecrgia w inter altar by Mr J T Friend of Irvine the year of lvi7 health This dozen Creek turnpike thinning at a stone counties drumming December was white man was supposed to have been made by the cheered the brilliant party after a series of I usetl one Mill Ieeney five sixty days in Dixie It was as lovely as a June day armer than September May be our cold fatal shot there was another hole in the dancen Mr W H Ferguson of Kentucky Miss Mary Lee is deservedly popular bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and corner of M luiners heirs with their Long Judge Rice s It region of the femoral artery but he could io and costs M to a stone Mr Mat Edwards attorney at law resther iil come next summer University Lexington is spending vaca and will be greatly missed in the I am now in belter health than I have hue S 2 W is said that thence b 23 W 11m poles to a point 100 occasionally 50 or a haunts of her childhood She is of au been for years not determine whether it was made by Beattyvilie was here last week having tion with Mr James Lykins in the centre of the ISarnes Mill pike Jamks M Hendren Will Cliage change hands in a short time although the a bullet or some other agent without re- been en a visit to his parents at Booties old aud reseciel family in Madison Sold by W LJ White Prescription Turners corner thence along the Entertainments hops and big dinners game is usually played with nickels and sorting to dissection T Little fitting up a nice barber being a granddaughter of E C Boggs Druggist Richmond Ky K borough 49 eow He is attorney for tVe colored centre of said pike N 7 are numerous anu our young people arc It would not be surprising if a N 81 E 47t poles S bo K 10 p hop in the basement of W E Luxons dimes Mr Friend is a ivopulir young business The court fixed Wilders bail at 300 boy fcmbrv a native of this place sentwell aware that this is Xmas H 71 J E 5 poles to a point in thecentre He has raid were made at an early day and the and he promptly gave it with W H enced to be hanged at Beattyvilie and itiness house on Main Street man of his place aud we congratulate Mr Plantier has been in Middlesbor of tbe pike aud corner to the Pond pulled shooters kept the Garnet t House shop for twenty him on his success Spainhower and John F Todd as bonds- succeeded in having the case reversed in Meeting ough the past week where his Rich- Â¬ tbe line House church lot thence wiih Now that the vears and bcn successful G John the Court of Appeals of -- aid lot N 4B YY II men Mr A Shilling is in business Surgery mmense House has closed he seeks new polea N 28J E 23 S M to the edge of a DIED carries mond Ky The wife of the deceased was not satis along Dr Wm Jennings of this place and fied with the result of the trial Prof R M Dudley preached at the THIN COLUMN better quarters saying stocks of Salt Lime graveyard E thence poles to the tlitiict Mabel Green 18 months old daugh Â¬ 112 where Ar road X 32 Dr Johnstone of Danyiile went to Clark that the case was far worse than had been Baptist church this place Sunday to a ter of Prof and Mrs Greeu died in Cement and nolds gate stood Whites corner One of our fellow townsmen put his the New Graeery Â¬ county last week and performed the danlarge and attentive congregation 52 W 61 poles his line She insisted that her husband bear feet on a cake of ice last week and ces presented Richmond Ky ou Tuesday Decem Â¬ Im- Â¬ thence with therce N S I Machinery Dils of Winchester has gerous operation of ovariotomy on a lady to a stone Dr Richard Allen of the University ber 24th 1MB Details of the Kentucky Jack Pot stakes was not armed and that he was shot kept tlem there for three days and nights to rnted Joe Mackeys house on Main street stump who lives several miles east of Winches- Â¬ twice by Wilder She was so persistent plements Sulkies Gear and 48 2a 10locust to a postthence ooj W To of Louisville is spending a few clays with Met without removing them for an instant have been perfected are as follows poles Thomas Jefferson Lajter died at his icupied as a barber shop ter on the Mt Sterling road The Doctor will gradth best line of Groceries in ner thence with bis line be run annually over the course of the his family here in her claims that a post mortem was They were the feet cut from a black bear homeiuClaik county Thursday De a green grocery at an early Dr H R Gibson performed a serious thought advisable 172 poles H S6 W fta poles to the centre Kentucky Association at Lexington and uate in March brought on for Christmas dinner cember 26th 1SS0 of pneumonia aged the t ood stand and as there are surgical operation in this place last week of a stoue fence tneuee up Fin the Latonia Jockey Club at Covington Mr Manuel Taylor has accepted a sixty nine years Deceased was a na Sunday morning Coroner Miller sum- A centleman was driving out of town Entries for Fork B 23 I that kind in Richmoi orMiss Cheek of Scott county An in- - oned Dr John M Foster and with spring meetings of 1S90 to position with Zittle Taylor and his tive of Madison ouuty lived for many 41- sles rt 13 E 80 poles theme will tho Saturday in his buggy Just opposite the Mr 1U ought to do well cis n was made down the bac from the close January 15 1090 smiles can be seen behind their counters years ou Kentucky thers they repaired to the burying for branch to Turner line thence with river just below tin Cemetery he collided with a heavily loadwaist and across the lower part of they round The Doctor with his knife fol rUR T1IF HIOOD and upward 100 entrance half for- now at all times their Hue S til lv 117 poles to the beas Malaria Indigestion and Im Fina mouth of Muddy Creek and was the After several ineffectual feit hip The extremity of the spine wa lowed the wound in the thigh until he ed coitl cart ginning containing 294 At UK or only 20 if declared on or before Biliousness There was a larger and better lot of wealthiest man in that locality He ork lhotograpr and Music amputated and the remainder of the ex lunges the horse and buggy got clear of April HKOWMS IKON BITTKRS a sufficient ipiHiititv thereof to produce 1890 Money to accompany Xmas goods brought to Waco this Xmas found a bullet The accused and the 15 It cures - opened in Mrs T C Bron leives it large number of relatives in medicine quickly gtauaa by all dealer In the sum of r4 358 tbe amount of posed bones scraped Miss Check receiv- other two Wilders had testified at the the cart The man in the buggy never declaration Get the added by the Associ- Â¬ than was ever here before and they have 1000 money so ordertl to be made and the Uuiou precinct aud elsewhere in this looking to see how his own had fared oxMte The Glyndon Pi- - ed severe injury from a fall eight years trial ation to the Stake run over its own track about all been sold that Warmoth during the fight had Exposure to rough weather getting ciists hereof 63774 will be made on a couuty ans are to be kept in stock called back to the man on the cart ago from which she has ever since suffer j fallen acr 1EKMS Sale The first race to be run one and one eighth a barbed wire fence and that wet living in damp localities are fa- Â¬ and a new room in the rear has been ad- - ed Co have Messrs G S McKinney the twelve The patient was under the influence the hole in lis thigh was made by one of ahem all right back there miles and to be run over the track of the to the contraction of diseases of credit of six and required months bond vorable WANTED to give graphs Mr Fred Thornton of ether for ninety mintues inquired a Kentucky Association the second race to about closed out their stock of merchanpre- Â¬ purchaser will be you an almanac Haie the kidneys and bladder As a f the barbs Warrants were immediately or and would be glad to have ventive and for the cure of all kid with approved security for the payment Heretofore we have from time to timtf taken out against the three Wilders for gentleman as he entered The Climax be one and a quarter miles and to be run dise and will retire from their present Local aud travelling salesmen to sell ney and liver trouble use that valuable of the purchase mouey to have the and see him business new year We dont show our almanac to over the course of the Louisville Jockey reported difficult and successful operation bearing perjury and George and Mack were ar office Lubricating Oils Apply for terms to remedy Dr J H McLeans Liver and force aud eflect of a judgmentsale with legal Interest from the day of performed by others of our doctor Judge A S Hisle sold last week to The DieterichsOil Co ll rested and lodged in jail visitors we replied for they would then Club the third race to be one and a half SI per botlle 27 39 Peach Trees li Blsan OL io Kiduey Balm Clevelaud a lien reserved upousaid property uutil there is anything in this line that cant be get on to all our jokes before we could get miles and to be run over the course of the some Lexington parties two car loads of Respectfully Wiii R Boggs was in town on Insure your property in one off S all the purchase money is paid Oh Im Latonia Jockey Club The horse winning mules He will start in a few days with done by our local surgeons it has yet to them into the Thin Column JAMES R BURN A 28 29 v The Dietkrichs Oil Co ay and said that the peach trees at 7 32 Powells Ten Companies I merely any one of these stakes at anv of said a car load of mules to Atlanta Ga he said make its appearance Col r Commissioner Madison Circuit not after the jokes h e were in bloom and it was the 29 31 Court want to see what kind of weather therell courses to receive two thirds of the money S D Dunn will accompany him They Needing a toni I iIIF at want building I ne ne had ever seen peach blooms know whether to added by such Association together with are both good traders The Jerrys Uun Disaster- be on the 21st sos Ill iij should talc ember or heard of such a thing in BROWNS 1HON UiTTKKS fix my liale on that day two thirds of the entrance money and forIn our dispatches to day are found the The concert given by the I O G T It is pleasant to take cures Malaria Indiges Remaining unclaimed in the Post lie stated that the dandelions Office at Richmond Ky week ending The Courier Journal In an about Ken- feits in the hands of such association due Lodge was well attended as it should tion and Biliousness Ail dealers kaaf it We have particulars of a horrible railroad accident m on his farm The Baltimore and Ohios earnings for 9 35 December 31d 1889 the- second race to receive have been as the performance was first eral of the oldest citizens in the Alleghany mountains of Virginia November show a very gratifying in- tucky man tells tales out cf school in this the said race Aelking Annie L McGalan Lizzie not far from White Sulphur Springs W crease gross and net The increase in wise The remainder will class in every respect They give the The editor of the Stanford Inte 200 the third 100 and thev cannot recall a similar instance Moberleys Caw Food AMi Antuio McCauley Wm Va Eleven persons were killed and November this year over November 8bS rior Journal always has a front row seat be held by the Association and when any same piece at the Ayres Academy ColParks Harry Prepared especially for milk cows to Aently Wm many wounded This is the second ter is comes to town and horse shall win three of said races such lege Hill next Tuesday night New Back Griggs Mrs Malissa Robbords Mrs Sue 232646 For the last two months the at the billet when he increase yield of Milk and Bcttek Harris Maggie Strouther Dabney Originally increase of net earnings over the like consequently writes in this fashion when horse shall receive all of the added money Tigers Daughter and Other rible tragedy at that point The Masons gave their annual big Senator Gorman of and forfeits due on said race except the dinner at their hall 27th ult Quite a Prices reasonable delivered any place Hobson Rev B L To The Wardens a trestle then the highest in the world months in the preceding fiscal year aggre he goei home is the title of a new volume by Vestry of Christ Will also grind coru ou cob Hughes R O One day a passen gates he has been cured money going to he second and third number of our people took advantage of in town ing writer Miss Elvira Syd- - spanned Jerrys Run 483006 a very handsome figure for Maryland claims that Church LoweryJYis following the advice of an horses A horse may be entered in any these invitations and enjoyed the feast for the public Grinding day Saturday ger train was passing over it Mr one sixth of the year of neumlgia by Louisville It is handsomePost Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p HERE WE COME AGAIN WITH 23 T S MOBERLEY Charles E Hoge the well known railroad old woman to wear a nutmeg to a string of the above races and be liable for the They elected and installed their officers M J in leatherette with gold letters Money order aud registered letter The second trial of the Arnold condemA FRESH LOT OF CHOICE Persons who lead a life of exposure hours prompt 7 a m to b p M It contractor and one of the lesees of the nation case is in progress before Tudce around his neck and placed so as to rest race or races entered in but to be eligible same day See list elsewhere on beautiful linen paper are subject to rheumatism neurahcia i a series of humorous stories directly on his breast bone The Senator for all must be entered in all and if so en- Â¬ J B WILLIS P M written in Kentucky Penitentiary was in a seat and Chenault Mr Jefferson Stone one of our promi- and lumbago and will find a valuable On Monday the following jury in front of him was another gentleman finds it c uite difficult to keep it in place tered will be liable for forfeits to each As- Â¬ the h riters usual fine way making a Cc was chosen who went out and viewed the nent business men disappeared suddenly remedy in Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Mr Hoge took the their knees touching but the ladies or rather most of them are sociation weights to be carried readable book J M Scrivener last week and supprised his friends here Oil Liniment it will banish pam and premises Salem Wal108 pounds 12 little son of the oilier man in his lap and formed thereabouts for keeping the 27 39 lace R E Baugh J C Lackey Collins better last Friday by his returning and bringing subdue inflammation Maaaiie Sapper in an instant the train dashed through the and to them we rec- Â¬ pounds and upward J 26 Coy N B Coy Robert Jennings H W nutmeg in position wiib him a wife He was married the Children will freely take Dr J H FOR THE remedy pounds Transcript According to a long and well establish trestle more than a hundred feet to the All perr is indebted tome by note or day before at Paris to Miss Mattie Jones McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm unWheeler J Mc Cotton J S Schooler ommend the like cough syrups it contains no opium account will please call on or before the the Blue Lodge Masons of bottom The little boy and the man were Senator Stanford believes that the two one of Bourbons accomplished belk s W T Cotton E P Jones It is believed will soothe and heal any disease of the 20th of January 1890 and settle the ind had an ample supper after the both killed and Mr Hoge badly wounded minute trotter if one ever appears will that the case will not occupy near so much Farmers Alliance is the name of a new throat or lungs quicker than any other same On thrt day I will place my time at White Sulphur and installation of officers anni He lay a long be nearly a thoroughbred His great time as it did before is the law and other books in the hands of Mr T B Ayers 27 W lodge lately started at Cobb School house remedy versary night the 27th Many others were killed The spread was Springs wealth and the unrivaled resources of Palo who will continue to do my collecting points were marked 01 1 in the first case in Estill county Whether or not this is We handle the best of everything When nature falters and requires hereafter at the Glyndon It was Governor McCrearys intention where all such things C9 32 Alto enable him to carry on his breeding J M Poyntz the only lodge of the kind in the world 1 help recruit her enfeebled enegies T A Climax man took a trip along the i now take place m mm take the very train at Washington and like other similar to and give you the theories on lines that have already prowith Dr J H McLeans Streugthea B from Richmond Macey Bros Versailles have sold to duced a Sunol and a Pale Alto A letter am not prepared to state but do know ing Cordial and Blood Purifier occasions was all that could be desired Friday night that was wrecked at Jerrys line of the R N I 1 per that our neighbors across the river are bottle He found the John E Madden Lexington the But Mrs to Nicholasville this week fifty persons were present includ Run last Saturday morning from Hamilton Busby published in the 27 39 iog manv ladies colt Sultan Wilkes by Brown Wilkes latest edition of Turi Firld and Farm howlers from howlersville and that they was complaining of an attack grade all complete except a part of the McCreary Possible Lowest have a lodge caied Farmers Alliance If you sutler prickinic pains on movdam by Sultan for Stcoo of neuralgia and he decided at the last three miles next to Richmond Thetres-le-worgives the following interesting statement ing tbe eyes or cannot bear bright Brake The Beetr is finished except some odds and The Christmas tree at the Methodist light moment not to leave her although she D L Cook and W II Garner sold of the Senators views and intentions and find your sight weak and We will sell a cottage on tbe corner We extend onr unbounded thanks as excited the wonder of the did not think her illness sufficient to detain ends along at different places The rails their mare Virtie Wilkes by Red Wilkes of Senator Stanford that church drew a crowded house The pres- failing you should promptly use Ir J The conviction of North Street iu thiscitv to the high- idmiring world bv her fast time it is necessary to breed hi h to get great ents were numerous and costly and it H McLeans Streugtheuiug Eye Salve est bidder on SATURDAY him The Lord is always on the side of a are laid and the road thoroughly ballasted with weanling colt by Robt Mc Gregor our large list of customers who Jam aky 27 39 but she has been distanced by the good husband 11 1890 at 2 oclock Or perhaps the explana from Nicholasville out to Hickman Creek to New York parties for 3500 Win- Â¬ speed in harness has been strengthened by seems every one went away pleased Mr 25 ceuts a box p ru in front of have patronized us so liberallv in this direction and work between that chester Democrat r whom she is supposed to hare tion is found in Shakespeares Tempest practical results More thoroughbred Clark Rice with a red white and blue Donelson has a quantity of new sul the Court House door Call and see and promise to treat them as well been named and the river is being pushed with rapid Miss Susie Shifflet On last mares are mated with trotting stallions at suit and a ghostly falseface made a first kies surries aud buggies of the newest the house Edward Bain Kenosha Wis has sold j n MZ class Santa Claus His funny speeches aud most popular patterns and at very A great part of the stone work for ity lav morning Miss Shifflet and Mr Â¬ Palo Alto than ever before and the SenaNe Apology Asked e Us COVINGTON ARNOLD BRO in the future as in the past to J I Case Racine Wis the bay horse Bradlev of Silver Creek quietly de the Marble Creek bridge is in place Ton 1 t IbOll - a 911 Were J io begin over I and graceful gestures added to the scene reasonable figures 5- tor said to me The Climax gives so much reading rf QOJi T USl as Llitll to sw nnnr 1880 by George 3T UCW pired on the 610 train for Maysville The Kentucky river bridge will have Lexington Wilkes foaled Taylor have rented Messrs Zittle should use nothing but the daughters of matter that nobody thinks of asking for Wilkes dam Jenny Anderson by AmeriAre you restless at night and harass reached a point beyond danger from high erosaed over to Aberdeen were married old ones CU5tomers in my harem I the store house now occupied by G S ed by a bad cough thoroughbreds Of course SOUTHERN READERS Use Dr J H Mc FOR more From every direction come such L S Record In can Clay for 10000 and returned at 810 r m water by the end of another week Co for next year They Leans Tar Wine Lung Baluiit will se Â¬ should exercise judgment in selecting McKinney 14 hours out remarks as where do you get so much James L Ford Versailles has sold to them I should study their conformation 200 miles married fact it is virtually out of danger now as will move their stock of merchandise into cure you sound sleep aud effect a how can you afford to give such news 3 Tie Great Book of the Ago 27 39 the tide could not rise as rapidly as the Macey Bros same place a bay filly three their action and their heads and I should the McKinney building the 1st of the prompt and radical cure why an amount of reading matter A Fiae Reran two double piers years old by Banker dam Fanny Fern mate them with a prepotent horse of es- year and will use their present house as a work is progressing Tle On Hallie Irvine Street five rooms Oiiva Dyers Great Senators of the Second St next to Garnett House your aper is as big as the Enquirer Motel Glyndon has now been running are finished and the iron is being placed dam of Maud T 219 by Sovereign Jr tablished trotting lines In this way I ware house The boys have done a good cistern yard aud garden to reut Uood Cnited States Forty Years Ago is now 29 best home weekly I ever saw its the three months The 160 page register with across the river so that and a yesrling bay filly by Shawrrut out should escape the unevenness which business in their present stand the past repair Cheap Mrs S to be the most inter J Ward or universally conceded book of this genera Â¬ The Climax on the main span and similar expressions which the hotel began is now full esting and valuable As of the same mare for 1600 the false work may soon be removed springs from the mixture of unknown and year and we predict for them a much E W WiKgius 28- gives its readers the most select reading tion The Florida Times Union says CAUTION S there are 23 lines to the page and the Work on the Herndon and Clay lands A hors belonging to Darfus Moran a uncertain strains and I should quickly ob- Â¬ larger trade in their new location Mr Dyers Great Senators is and Py jfwo tbe deoiar connut verage space occupied by names is about We give the cream of the news efThere are many accidents and dis book whick will be read with intense sata bottoso If to ftulm mmaaua awveeissesi being pushed with great energy and farmer nsar Maysville was seized with tain quality with trotting action and a sand direct PERKINS likewise the milk from which the cream is is eases which affect Stock aud cause se Â¬ isfaction throughout the South 80 per cent the number of names regifc It em Â¬ A night force and the fine weather hydrophobia Monday night and bit and tendency to train on to a high rate of rious inconvenience and loss to the far bodies evidence of the most positive and A large majority of the people of fect ted is at least three thousand or one taken rapid progress tore itself in such a horrible manner that speed To day I will take 20 thoroughM is Russle Hadeu is visitiug friends mer iu tiis work which may be quickly county like those of all other are developing conclusive nature of the superlative excel- Â¬ thousand per month seems to Madison terBeat it died Its paroxysms of pain were Tiatit remedied by the use of Dr J H Mc lence of character exhibited by the two The scene between Richmond and bred mares breed them to Electioneer and in Nicholasville counties do not take daily papers Many us is a large patronage Leans Volcanic Oil Liniment 27 39 men whom the South most delights to The only draw It bit another of Mo match their produce against the produce tvville is a busy one Fourteen hundred rible to witness Miss Hallie Biggerstafi is visiting hack about the hotel is tha it is not large of ovr friends in the county are not so sit men are putting in their best efforts rails hotses that was stabled with it of any 20 mares of trotting blood but un- her brother In Lexington For Rent After January i 90 house honor John C Calhoun and Jefferson uated as to have a daily mail and many of Davis Paris Mews agh to accommodate all who apply The right of way all along the line is tried producing capacity by one trotting and 4 acres on Lexington pike 34 01 a Hundreds upon hundreds of the leading Most all who have killed their hogs them dont have time to read dailies so with three or four exceptions and settled mile from Court House now occupied bv newspapers and periodicals of the Inited Mr Milton Young McGrathiana Stud stallion I exclude producing marcs like have lost their meat A liouatifal Christ as Tree we give them both local und general news everything points to an early completion Lexington Ky has sold to Edward Cor Beautiful Bells and May Flower because States concur in pronouncing Mr Dyers Mrs Turner C H PIGG 24- Mr Coll Deatherage lias returned As our advertising patronage spreads out of the road Miss Malissa Htapp who has been ill delineations of rigan Kansas City Mo the chestnut the admission of them would not make We give long from Montgomery and Bath counties we spread Tms Climax for some lime is able to be out agaiu Aiics to Mothers should always JEPFESS0N BAVXS Mrs WnrsLows Soothing Sratp mare Squire Dance foaled 1879 by War the test a fair one I will trot at two or here he spent the holidays Salt Khcum He tells of windy articles by authors whose produc GgyrTRnT HOUSTON Mrs E L Cosby whose illuess I b uaed when children an cutting teath It le Dance dim Sue Dougherty by imported three years of age and the colts of the lieTntoelittlesoflereriitonce itprodnoesnatural can be purchased in book shape Cliritmas tree that was a wonder to tions qaiet sleep and tbe little cherub awakes aa brifht Willi ita uieiie itching dry hot Mickey tree 6tinted to Duke of Mont- stallion which show the highest average reported is now able to be out CALS0TO CLAY so a button hehold It bore for Mr Deatherage a but we save our readers the trouble and It la verr pleaaimt Co taste It BS1TT0J skiu often broken into painfu cracks rose alsc the chestnut mare Una foaled speed are to be declared the winners ot WT5BSTSE oothea the child softens thegunMallari all pain Mr Wm Jeukins the ex clerk of undtome Russia leather pocket book expense of buying the aforesaid produc- and the If tile watery pmiples often regulates tbe bowaU and i tbe beat tasown remedy And other distinguished statesmen to be Mr Higgins lias returned home 1879 by War Dance dam Georgie Wood the match tor diarrbcea whether nnsinif from teething Those who contend that the We have time and space for long caimen indescribable 8ufleriig Hoods tions containing a ffo greenback Mr tha most accurate and life like pen pictures other causes Twenty Ore cents a bottla The New York Photo Cos The people like them Karaaparilla tia wonderful power over by imp Knight of St George stinted to trotte out of a thoroughbred mare is a aWgin of the Fox town country was the padded articles ever put on paper And the sketches of 6 0 Price 2500 for the chance production an accidental element Duke of Ititrose these great men are written in sm h a happy recipient of a fine overcoat and a At the same time Thi Climax goes to Floe Art Gallery aud Music Htore will purifies the blood and two L S Record this dieease It Sick headache wind ou the stomach graphic vivid and picturesque stvle that have nothing te fear from this proposition open to day at 227 Main dozen fine cuffs and its readers every week in the fifty two expels the humor ami the skin heals th plenty of Btieet ReGreat Senators is more fascinating than Martin Bergen the jockey said recently At least they will have nothing to fear if member this firm has come to stay biliousness nausea are promptly and any collars One gentleman was so fortunate freighted with the latest home news relia Â¬ without a scar Seud for book cou romance In short Great Senators agreeably banished by Dr J H Mc GENTLEMEN this year This they are honest in their belief provided that he had earned at to receive a horse and buggy and we ble market reports sensible and seasona Leans Little Liver aud Kidney Pillets is in all respects taiuing many stateueuU of cures to is a large imount for9000 as he has only their theory is correct I have sent Clay with you and proposes to do business 25c PloeOolf Hoanrj Laced drain aad Creed him a vial 27 39 THE GREAT BOOK OF THE AGE hate no doubt had been ble editorials good reliable farm and stock O I- - Hood A Co in its line right down to zero Give if Coil Apothecaries ais Bos io too world He to the Vina ranch and some thirty or come to tre front within 12 months K MAN l OaSWMPODvafc a close observer he would The price of Grejt Senators is in news short moral stories for the young Lowell Mass them a call before placing ycur orders Powell represents Ten of tbe largest It forty thoroughbred mares will be mated is likely tc soon again sign with Captain LICK UID FAB Apply for all probability discovered a house and people and matters of interest to all 29 30 Fire Insurance Companies and writes one dollar if you cant it at itthe booksel EXTRA TAII I lers and BESUBKCB HHt KLNT get ther for 1890 Garrison earned with him He is action controlling like Sam Bro-n-i- i Every A StS WOUKINT Our efforts are dob appreciated ot or an order therefor somewhere Mdlle Bredelll returned from Cin Mills Stores Dwelling Stables aud one dollar to Robert Bonner- mod 1175 B close to 10000 this year The colored Electioneer and in breeding this way I la iwhTiS miaou vju iu- about the tree There were 30 small day in person and by mail subscriptions corner of Spruce and William str 7 32 cinnati last Haturday Htudcuts wish Live Stock at Lowest Rates The residence on Maiu Street boy Barnes pocketed 12000 while Isaac shall lay a foundation for courage and suoscnoers arc ic rk and a cqpy of Grk come pouring in uio tilings like dolk and candy but real he Physicians r resCTibe Dr J H Mc ators will be sent vou by mail postage If I do not reap the advantages ing to resume their lessons for the next aylor Hay ward McLaughlin finish 175 SHOK FOR MTMBtl ncwing and new names are being added lately occupied by It W Turner and Murphy weights such as we nave mentioned term will apply at once Lemjs Tar W ne Lung Balm in it pad Ad It FttstaC Best Material Beat Style Beat osH ay subscribers is B C Stockton Brick house suitable and Litteield exclusive of gifts earned my neighbors in California will do so Our number of was a family Christmas tree by the de to the list W I Douglaa Blacktop Mao they find n pbia ROM These are The type of the trotter will be advanced n 7000 to 10000 each Fire loruado arid Accident Insur Â¬ while ita ei I to nobodys in the county and we for two amilies elps a second scendants of old uncle it or Come 0 and V enter 7 litVn 30 ance wrftleu ly Powell luu disease a WOlltlt b Mccreary j neat suras Qf money for work in the sad- - whei native of Madison com ty are truly thank E CLIMAX y - - Jaamr 11880 PHiln A Narrw Escape On last Friday the children cf Mr E Wiggins were playing in his va d i the Estill addition A little four yearo gi l was standing with her back to a fi oik- uistuvercu mat ner cioinmg wa6 burning and that the blaze had readied her hair With unusual presence of mikd the little thing began pulling off her cloth ing instead of running and screaming I an instant the flames had found their wa clear through to a tight fitting flannel suit and her dress and other garments were easily jerked off She ran into the house with no clothing but the above mentioned flannels Her eyebrows were singed and altogether she had a close call - r New Furniture Firm Mr N B Deatherage has purchase the interest of Mr Terry Hugan in the furniture and undertaking firm of Collins Si Hagan and the firm is now Collins Deatherage Mr Deatherage is too well known all over the county as a man who has made a success of everything he has undertaken for any comment here The new firm has three hearses a carriage furniture wagon eight horses a large stock of goods and the handsomest furni ture house in Central Kentucky The in ferior has been greatly beautified of late PERSONAL 1 Jgfcr f - ymt Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ k lly Â¬ die Irtit when the danper and the labor and skilll are considered the pay is not too large Danville Advocate Mr Fred Seacord of Galesburg 111 has purchase Muscovite by Nutwood dam Reina Victoria dam of Princeton and Euclid 228 by Rysdyks 219V Hambletonian second dam Clara dam of Dexter 2i7 and Dictator by See leys American Star Reina Victoria sold at public action for 7250 and Mr Sea cord sold her yearling colt for 5700 cash he brother to Muscovite was sold bv liver Possey Si Son of Rushville Ind to Tennesseee parties for 15 000 this year Mr Seacords colt is bred on top there is nothing more fashionable than a combination of such animals as Nutwood and Reina Victoria and the colt is pronounced a splendid individual Kentucky Stock Farm Of English sires whose get up to the close of the racing season in England in 1889 won 5000 or over Galopin stands at the head with a total of 43516 of which his great son Donovan won 38- 666 Hampton is second with 35091 of which his son Ayrshire won 20660 St Simon is third with 24280 Isonomy is fourth with 20841 while Hermit who for many years stood at the head is sixth The twenty two sires whose get won over 5000 represent five lines of blood as follows Six of the Touchstone male line six of The Baron and Birdcatcher four of The Baron and two of his full brother five of the Voltigeur or Birdcatcher Blacklock three of the Melbourne and two of the Sweetmeat line In purchasing or hiring a plow horse stake of a mile of road Mount the horse and see how many minutes it will take him to walk a mile A horse that will walk three miles an hour is worth three times as much as a horse that walks but two miles The three mile horse notonlv does as much work in two days as the two mile horses does in three but he enables the man behind the plow to 50 per cent more ork in a day than he can do behind the two mile horse And the man and horse consume with the slow learn 50 per cent more rations in doing the same work than the fast walker does In 12 months the man would do no more carting and plowing with the slow horse than he would do in eight months with the fast walker Miss Mary Garrett lost lately a fine coach horse under unusual circumstances The gelding was pure white and was a favorite with his owner He was by Adnock and his grand dam was the celebrated white Arabian mare which Mr William McDonald imported and which was afterward the property of Mr John W Garrett The skeleton of the Arabian mare s mounted and is now at Druid Hill Park The geding which Miss Garrett has lost had been sick a short while with spasms Dr C W Sprankling Sr soon discovered that there was no chance to save the animal and came to the conclu sion it had an abscess or tumor on the brain Miss Garrett gave the animal to the Johns Hopkins professors for the benA efit of science W Clements and Drs Thomas and Welch killed the horse The by using hypodermic injections autopsy which was held by the professors and Dr Sprankling revealed a tumor on both sides of the brain The one in the right lobe was pronounced the largest ever found and surgeons were surprised that a horse could live under such circumstanÂ¬ AT COST FOR THE NEXT 3O DAYS Ready Made Clothing AT COST FOR CASH WE MEAN BUSINESS COVINGTON 222 1 T-- FOR the Next THIRTY DAYS At our New Store in order to make room for our Spring Goods No f I W Main Street Richmond Ky COMMISSIONERS 11 I MITCHELL 1 aafc I i Sale Certain Tract ir Eiity la St V Land I son-in-la- Taylor Hair -- Â¬ Â¬ Farm and best 1 -- market three-year-ol- ds Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ STILL IN THE Â¬ Â¬ RING Â¬ t -- Â¬ Â¬ three-year-ol- Â¬ four-year-ol- SETTLE UP Groceries NEW TEAR PRICES Â¬ J-a-- 1 Â¬ A NICE HOME Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rtn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hagan Chenault Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ XX a3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W L DOUGLAS tp3 Â¬ SHOE Jre -- j S3 2 SHOES leV Â¬ j JACK FREEMAf f STalCcaey Esquired of Betpoasiole Pcrties to Oammeace Treatment Bo LOST A HEART THE They EX CHAMPION TROTTERS COLOR BLINDNESS HOW EYESIGHT IS TESTED BY ROAD PHYSICIANS RAIL- Â¬ J R LARZELERE M D of many friends and patient has decided to Of Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia Pa the Celebrated Examining Physician of The Fk m e Uumcu awn Si kgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request visit youre Rotng up to the HlfrhlaiMls Commfcaioaa for me Well no You might chance to hear of I left there a a trffle RICHMOND TUESDAY DEC 171889i A trifle I don feel the want of Scarce needful for ladies wear But still it haa often vexed me To think I should leave it there t - HOTEL tiLY one day onh I and Surgical Institute of Columbus Ohio is ihe only Medical ute in the Stale Incorporated with a Capital of 30000000 N 1 on and Examination Free and Strietlv Confidential in the Private Parlor of N I cannot tell where I dropped It Perhaps on the cliff that day When the hoarse Atlantic surges Thundered through clouds of spray Or It might have bean in the heather Or down by the amber bin Where the gray and llcbened twlders Lie bedded in golden fern Or was it under the starlight Down the path from Amulree When the pipes wailed out their music Of weird and changeful gleet Perhaps when strolling idly Beside the bitter brine You might find a blood red pebble Jasper or serpentine The waves have flung It and tossed it twill do And polished it smooth To set In a brooch or locket And wear the season through Blackwood s Magazine UCte As - S r YOUXG I Bafaaai WOMEN COPYISTS FOR ASPIR- Â¬ LINE SOME SOUND ADVICE ANTS IN THAT Xs accuracy More Essential Than Speed Itrswui TYliy Many Lose Their Places The Good Results of a Little Thinking While Working m aa a r OF JEFFERSON 7 tt - - v m -- FRJLSCB w g 38 ft Da France of Now York the well a AXD SURGICAL INSTITUTE IffiDCALsum a tat icrn COLLEGE PHILADELPHIA THE CI lKBRATKD EXAMINING PHVM111N OF 1 II K M in mitm EDICAL w 11 a ai 9 1 tvw JLVaaai PA JLaf mi t MVM Siie iiio in 1 ill 1 laist Dieaar an afaJlj treated oa tmm Pririte Itiiet vfl b Ill Hi OF PILE3 GJAKANTEED u um j required cae of Ifcuort of t ifcw rrti tzzz txz btsxctit Cosmo m rhoih rQjpeait bwf GkM a4 ft Wi will naratec ft effect hMCkj rwtoiauoD of Um g ciato- - d tvot ad SI t rurr kiMa of ti far p C i SKASXS Blood Palm Twreal Taint Loot of Sexual Power tmiml IBIMMDI Dew- is Mai or PmoJc Orgaci wmm Uli or kiMuif ma- - fiiitf f rini tic r mraar aNfiMt Wra fun Hj aMwentt ud HtrlMM - - - yiTTi flWtH lMurrL mi Nfrae DISEASES OF WOMEN We have a artal artaxiaad t4 jinmi cxcluairel to iLa trraiamt f dicae of wwmtm Every caaa aaaaalUuc our whether by If iter aria peraoa im yivca tba aaaat earr aaayialiw iafT which fcara mm the aJn of ail the boaao bar JWfarrfttof afaUoaaaol of afciUad uiriiliiu la IwnwH aXftae ra peculiar ta fraiaiai oar aawoaai haw bmm rtoaaar rharaa af our paut nu brioc ladw old Toaag aiarnrd I r and pour Our aactkod is eatirelf fra fraaj gajat BaMUc Caaaaraa of the arueral practitioaer nanett Local Ye aeldnat fiad it aeeaaaar We repare retne traataaaBlcwaottf Uoaal aad aaaaf aa the caaa wraiiaiia aad uutruct 4 aadjfeas tear ta treat ttcawthw Poaitirelj flsied by ft new EPILEPSY OH 11 j ayaeii ai CHITCE UrnUnrDCSIl PtSCrC jflULnrUL LrUnLO II VtcU in v oM cc applvinp for medical trvat in the morning prcfermly animation k P triflme trith theoi month after u ul ipply iniinxliaiely which have teen nrplertwi Oa unskillfully pr failures Iatiu- - treateU by mail preferred nrallerars guaranteed O l toanviartnf V -Triiitiiieiit mI h rweil ftrwt TMn DB FRANCE Vt ZS T- - Oij S CCLTHSuS 0 WALL PAPER - Ksw and Original Designs OF AUTISTIC MONUMENTS f Wall Bale lcranOur tJrainl Fapar was a ix rfnt t uceeaa In Granite and Marble if W IE ihe lini i They all i I Bobmm made up cur niiiul ta ttell every roll of Ihe last poaoaa kmk8 MBatld at uliit prfoa lliey had la Broara ITIaalra went at K iiildt a the last roll Btly we have KujiMtNHetl I i Went of theill matt No Oltl Gooils IMPLY A Left ft II l TKEMEM lVEXfV rom the cheapest In Hie fie t hand iuade g kmIu in endleM varieties ami at GOODS i Prices Lower Than Ever iieanl f First Cliss Workmaiisliip in Ittii or any other citjr in Ihe Lnioii and lemeuiher AND lowest coisTssTzr peices We WIO Not We have Ihe largest trade in Central Kentucky and guarantee satisfaction ly any in Hie land The public gen Write fcr i rices and inf pulia erally are invited to iiittect gxxls and tion before orderiuj anj style ol work Your oliedleiil w i vant WM ADAMS SOX Importer He ImleiNoM GEO 32 31 WILLGING ratfir in Taint and Paper M i Lbxihotoji Ky GORMLEY SIDOLES If IUHSS Â¬ - YOUR w Grocer it tiTKEMV amhk t yWfisWoA 1 I fisSVFbe jft I oj OJlu iii iik T llVHw W C GORMLEY k CO continue in their eleant house cor- nerofMain and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied y i l llerutlon as a drug store la Saflules x m Harness 4 A Vvffvj tOv 17 MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by ihe best work- f jts1 rm Ui PEERLES- S- All f nnni Vunui rrf At CHPEARSON ZGKJL FLAVOR i men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Tads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck- ils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Por Sale or Hent I Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hame Strings and everything else belonging to a complete Saddlery and Harness Shop A specialty of Â¬ Combs Riding and Driving Bits Curry Light Road Track Harness Â¬ harness with her great Buf falo race and also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2 500 to 5000 fiiuail on a goxl corner M in Ky known h the Hiyan ror ta I also denirc to rent priyatelv the ALL WORK WARRANTED desire to sell or reut privately the Crormley made the which Susie S won large two story STORE HOUSE is rVaaajM n i It may be interesting to the hundreds of yoaag and middle aged women who are uneisy or who feel that they must lunUe their way in the world and who loi k upon the life of a copyist as the most desirihlc aad attractive one in fact as the ideal life to hear from a few copy- Â¬ ists both inexperienced and experienced So many ha e recently come to me for advice that I have concluded that it may Ik- - wise to publish in jour paper a state Â¬ ment showing the copyists life to be one not filled with continual sunshine I do not like to disand prosjierity courage but it seems to me that women should understand before entering this profession where skill knowledge art exactness NMeiuaBM and close appli cation and faithfulness are required to make one a successful copy ist what capabilities are demanded at the present time A slipshod copyist does not stand the least shadow of a chance should she be fortunate enough to fall into a posi tion she w ill soon be dismissed Before preparing ones self to be a ste- Â¬ nographer typewriter or pen copyist one should consider well her fitness for such work To play over the keys of a type writer at breakneck speed is not suffi- Â¬ cient one must think A very rapid copyist is not satisfactory if she sacrifices neatness and accuracy to speed If both can be combined success is sure to follow Why I can easily write ninety words a minute one bright eyed copyist said when I dropped into her employers office where Confusion reigned supreme Let me see your work please said I And out came a lively looking sheet of legal cap I looked said nothing for a moment then concluded it was my duty to enlighten the self satisfied fe male Pretty fast work to be sure said I but dont you have any style in the arrangement of your workf Well no I guess not I take it as it comes I must write fast you know and I cant stop to plan How alnjut spelling my friend con- Â¬ tinued I eager to draw her out that I might have an opportunity to suggest and help her Well she replied I am not much at spelling but if a word is misspelled they draw a line through and write the correction above Bat said I did you ever consider how a page say a lawyers brief which is to lx filed in court and which is to be read by soine judge and preserved for future use and referent would look thus marred I have had an opportunity to examine the work of many copyists I continued particularly work which has been prepared for the courts and which has beea brought to me to reeopy as it was so jioorly done and I have been amazed at the seeming lack ot kn vledge or carelessness and I may say pride shown by the copyist Just let me Fit down at your machine and show you a iage which I will do If I write fast very good but let me say that to bo accurate is the first point I shall try to keep in mind Arrangement is also important and ones pages should at once strike the eye as artistic and carefully prepared Not a word must be misspelled There in goes a fresh Now time me My heading sheet first Then we leave suitable space say an inch and continue our work We will not lift the carriage every naiuute to see blunders we will be prefy sure to have the matter correctly in mind before we start then go ahead This lawyer doesnt paragraph written in a hurry undoubtedly Well we must think a little and do this or him Lawyers as well as others leave much for copyists to do so one must have sufficient knowl edge to make the document a correct one When I say correct I mean in the matters referred to We are not at lib rty to change the original wording As before stated accuracy is imperative but we must paragraph and begin a new sentence with a capital When a dash is used in the original paper to represent a period we are justified in using a period I have never had any fault found when I have done this Here is an expression which is evidently intend- Â¬ ed to be emphasized and this idea we can convey best by spacing between let- Â¬ ters I will do this and see how the idea strikes you Yes and we Finished have left just a neat space at the bottom of our page Out it comes How much time Well only three minutes longer than you were besides we have done some talking How does the page look to you my friend Why How could you do it bo well she asked looking quite dazed By thinking I replied Were you instructed in tyjiewriting copying before entering the office I asked Oh no I picked it up Been here long No just came A busy place you see Gentlemen are out much of the time and I am left to manage I get 8 a week and if satisfactory am to have more another month Copyist who was here before me left for a Issuer position The office boy tells me she did splendid Was trusted with everything work and was a real lady She gets big pay now Hope I shall sometirae but as I have a good home 1 am only working for pin money and can afford to work cheap You will certainly get good pay for good work poor copyists though cheap are not going to take the places of ear- Â¬ nest capable ones any longer I replied and bade her good morning Later Lost your position my friend I inquired as we met on the steps of one of our public buildings tell me about it Those men she replied have no patience expect me to know it all Last copyist spoiled the place for me They say she is coming back to them and what do you think They are to pay her 18 per week Copyist in Bos Â¬ ton Globe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Seldom Get the Care l4i Which Their Work Entitles Them What becomes of the geldings that are prominenton the trotting turf after they become too old for road use is he ques-Â¬ tion that is frequently asked which few can answer Many of the fatter ones are for a time easily traced jut they soon drop out of sight and final ly disap- Â¬ pear Such is the case of St Julien 21 who is now pxssing his lecining years in a comfortable paddock at Peta luma Cal under the sky wheie he first showed the bursts of speed that ultimately made him king of the turf Rarus 213fT the horse he deposed stand3 in his box stall in Robert Bonners New York stable in West Fifty fifth stre2t await- Â¬ ing death For three years he has no felt the pavement beneath his hoofs and as the champion that swept away all records at Buffalo eleven years ago turns his head to look at a visitor a feeling of sad ness passes through those who linew him in the morning of his career and when his name supplanted that of Goldsmith Maid in the affections of the public With Hopeful 2131 anothei phase of equine life is found He was in his day as celebrated as Rarus or even St Julien was a magnificent race horse for harness or wagoa and an ideal road trotter When I is rcing days were over the gallant little gray began to drift about the country eventually pulliig up at Sing Sing prison iu New York state where he was kept and ov acd by a Of late however prominent detective Be has paved lata the hands of a Maryland gentleman who considers it an honor to own the trotter tint has the fastest heats to wagon among his achievements Few if anj of the horses campaigned by Dan Mace were as popular as Darby Darby was a good racehorse 216 Ten and trotted twice to his recDrd years ago he defeated Dick Swiveler ii onus hiiu uner ui uueu iiiiiKini it record in the third heat and t ie follow ing ear disposed of Hopeful and Great Beaten at Rochester after the former had won two heats in 215 and 214 The time was fast but Darby was equal to the emergency As old age crept on the brown gelding he like many another that had been prominent struck a down grade and was sold a little orerayear ago in New York for 2Ci The gray gelding Charlie Ford 216 who is now in his 1Jth ear was more fortunate as after his eventfu track career during which he won thirty eight racue lie was treated like a child by Jerry Monroe Nothing was too good for Charley until a few years ago when Monroe sold him to a popular Chicago judge who treat the old champion with the kindness h J deserves after his struggle for fame en all kinds of tracks from tha country fair ring to a grand circuit course Many of the old time champion geld ings have passed away Dexter t 7g living the most prominent to die during the last few years Great Eastern 21 disappeared almost as soon as he left tie grand circuit tracks while Judge Fuller ton 218 had a more checkered career after Huniplm ys sold him He met his fate at Boston where he was being ex hibited in a clothing store and would have been presented had he lived to the purchaser that guessed nearest his While being exercised how weight ever he fell on a railroad track and as injured so seriously that ins was de stroyed Red Cloud 218 if still alive is 23 years old aad Cal Lewis 218 is 18j is 17 and still now 19 Midnight has a great flight of STeed beng one of John D Rockefellers favorite pair of blacks Of the other old timer tha were performing in the 70s Comee 219 Iron Age 219i Troubadour 219 Camors 2191 are dead while Deck Wright 2191 Bodine 219t Driver 219 and possibly Moose 219 Thomas L Young 2194 Capt Emiuons 219 and Albemarle 219 are still alive Many of tho names are now to the present generation of race goers but all of them were stars during the hcydey of their cvreers and not a few of them retired with enviable Time however does not reputations respect the fast any more than the slow and eventually gathers them all into his embrace Chicago Tribune 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Applicants for Positions Put Through the Worsted and Blackboard Exercises Four Per Cent Are Found to Be Unfit for the Responsible Places What color is that The speaker was Dr B F Clark phy-Â¬ sician of the C H and D railroad A tall gangle legged man stood before a table on which were piled in great confusion several hundred skeins of dif- Â¬ ferent colored worsteds They were of every shade and hue from pea green to Mazarin blue from solferiuo red to purple gray cherry and brow n The object of The doctor continued this test is to select the light and dark shades Now Ill go on and select them first and the doctor put all the light and dark shades running from pea green to dark green in a little pile by them- Â¬ selves The man watched him closely and tho greens were all thrown back into the heap and the man began Dont let your hand run over the worsted but let your eye Jo the work said the doctor as the man began fumb- Â¬ ling over the pile The man put gray and light yellow and brown together Thatll do said the doctor That man is not lit for an engineer con- Â¬ switchman fireman brakeman ductor or in fact any one who has use forsignals He is color blind Thattest alone is sufficient for any railroad army or navy HIS PECULIAR WEAKNESS Now to determine what this mans chromatic defect is we select a pink skein If he is red blind he will pick out blues cr violets or both If he should be green blind he will select grays and greens or blue greens Sometimes to verify tho two previous tests we lay out the red skein and tho party selects browns or reens in their diiferent shades What percentage do you find of all those examined to lie color blind Alwut 4 per cent are color blind Thaf is one out of every twenty five in- Â¬ dividuals There are more red blind than any other color Lis often asked why we dont ex- Â¬ amine the men by the lamps It is one of the most difficult things to stain the When the glass is gliss regularly blown it cannot be made all the same color Then if the glass is thicker the color will be darker Again sometimes the wick is turned higher and then the light has a greater luminosity while the other is a very dull light There maybe dust or steam over the glass and the light will be darker A dirty while flag to ono color blind would be taken for a green flag which means safety They would take a dirty dark green for red which means danger This would lead to endless confusion Do vou believe this to be a congenital d feet Yes but it may also arise from disease injuries und the excessive use of tobacco and alcohoL In one family I knov of four who are color blind two brothers and two sisters in another f mily an uncle and a nephew Do you examine for anything else Oh yes It is just as important to examine for vision and hearing as it is for color blindness In order to make the test for vision this is the programme A test plate containing letters that can be seen at 200 feet and twenty feet twenty feet being the normal eye is placed at one end of the room Tho room is darkened Tho patient placed twenty feet distant and then is requested to cover one eyo while the other is being examined If ho sees what we call twenty twentieths that is the letters representing twenty feet he has normal vision Both eyes arc pnt to this test first the right then the left If he has a vision in both eyes of twenty fiftieths minus that is to say if he cant see at twenty feet what he ought to see at fifty he is rejected provided glasses dont improve tho vision If a man cant see that big B the large letter which he ought to see at 200 at twenty feet with only ono oye then he has practically only ono eye and there have been several ex amined who never knew that they could not see out of only one eye Â¬ Â¬ A Dog Without a Brain neurolÂ¬ At the last meeting of German ogists held in Baden Baden Professor Goltz of Strasburg reported a most re markable experiment He ut out in two operations almost the entire cerebrum of a dog leaving only 1he cerebellum and a small portion of the base of Tho animal lived for the cerebrum fifty one days after the last operation and then died of pneumonit Tho remarkable part of the experiment was the influence it had on the dog who a few hours alter the operation raised himself on his hind legs put his paws over tne side of his box and looked inquiringly He could walk eat and drink around and would chew any food that was placed in his mouth Waking and sleep- Â¬ ing alternated naturally He was restless before feeding but afterward would become quiet and sleep A slight touch During would awaken him fromsletp urination and defecation the animal asHearing sumed the normal position taste and smell were of coume absent Wiener Medical Presse Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TESTING FOU UEAUINQ The Indians Sprucing TJp The Piutes living in this vici nity appear to be improving in the ways of civiliza- Â¬ tion They certainly dress rauch better than in former times More well and comfortably dressed Indians are now to be seen in and about this city than ever before In one way and another they earned a considerable sum of money last summer many of them went over to California in the hop picking season and they appear to have invested the greater portion of it in clothing and blankets The squaws wear c ecent calico dresses and are always reaiy to spend money in buying shoes an stockings for their children particularly the littlo girls who are not allowed to go barefoot Virginia City Nev even in summer Enta prise The Snow Flower Count AnthoskofFs curious discovery of the snow flower is likely to interest floriculturists for some time to come as from the accounts given of it it appears to be not only a remarkable but a singu- Â¬ larly beautiful plant It was discovered on the perpetually frozen ground of Si- Â¬ beria but Count Anthoskoff has succeed- Â¬ ed in raising plants from seed placed in a pot of snow at St Petersburg The bloom lasts only for a single day and comes once in two years A French contemporary thus describes it The leaves are three in nuxaber and each about three inches in diameter They are developed only on that side of the 6tem toward the north and each seems covered with microscopic crystals of snow The flower when it opens is star shaped its petals are of the same length as the leaves and about hal an inch in width London Globe How do you test for hearing With my watch The man is required to cover up his eyes and I place my watch to his ear gradually removing it away until the exact distance that he He says can hear tho ticking is known No when he ceases to hear it Now two thirds of all the engineers are hard of hearing or better defective in the right ear which is due to their leaning out of tho cab window coming in con- Â¬ stant contact with the wind that is to say the force of tho wind coming in constant contact with the drum of the ear it becomes affected The constant pressure on the drum of the ear has the effect of retracting it It becomes concave The range ot vision is also tested This is done by placing a man twelve or eightHe is re- Â¬ een inches from a blackboard quested to keep his eye directiy on a chalk spot which is on a level with the eye the other eye being closed Ho is directed to say Yes the moment he sees anything moving toward that spot from above below to tho right and to the left This constitutes his range of vision If he has any disease or injury to the eye we can always map out his range of vis- Â¬ ion as the range is usually contracted in To one of the four different directions illustrate one man had a range of vision in the right eye three inches to the left six inches above eight inches to the right and ten inches below Of course he was rejected because he could not see an approaching train Cincinnati Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Enquirer Proverbs About Rain When there is unusual clearness in the atmosphere and objects are seen very distinctly there will probably bo rain When clouds are gathering toward the sun at setting with a rosy hue they foretell rain Evening gray and morning rod Put on your hat or youll wet your head Â¬ If rain commences before day it will stop before 8 a m if it begins about noon it will continue through the after- Â¬ noon if not till 5 p m it will rain through the night if it clears off in the night it will rain the next day if it rains before seven It wili clear before eleven If it rains before sunrise expect a fair afternoon If it rains when the sun shines it will rain the next day If clouds appear suddenly in tho south tx pect rain Ruin from the south proveuts the drouth But rain from the west is Uways best Muddy Creek embracing a nice residence a giKnl blisek- - 41 4 We Live Longer Willi abundauoe of wat r H H OOLTKa IO Irtkc yard and lot Prof Loisettes ii ui IfkL iMipni kO lab s Ml lli 4 MK MEMORY DISCOVERY AK8 TRAINING METHOD pita af adnkaaaVM hwHalmna which miaa tha aucy aad mnotioaj taaaa of dM Oriaiaai la aatts of - cae aak -- f aHr r U UW- b LJB- EYE2HHi awvk h4iSm wrm- I ttt wo rt 4y rHn i r Tb is - -- frur all aaMQll tid IJaaa afia n n Xaaar riiiliiii S I na Imallii Uli tivdu to both KiaamJai aa awrViiai aaBpookia w HaPntii Marat paalfaaa MIMIM1H MWMlfnMkStpwiSSkMkk alBMM kM T W WVl V MQllMfaMMisaaa l I j luIUilllatmkMlA HfrTaiktMH I ol The average length of life is greater and the standard of bodily health higher than ever before and if it v ere not that medical and sanitary skill now preserves for a life of imperfect health many weak persons who in former times would have succumbed to the first attack of disease the standard would be even higher In the works of old writers there are many passages which show that a man was considered old and past his prime at 40 while now at that age one ie in the very beieht of his do were There maw more diseases now than formerly but there is leas disease and a vastly greater knowledge of how to avoid it or whea attacked to bring it to a favorable ter Â¬ mination Halls Journal of Health A Sword of the Revolution As to old things that aro constantly being spoken of I have a sword that was used in the Revolutionary war It is a quaint old weapon about three feet long made of the finest imported steel and Bailors Try to Rldo Down a King shows signs of having been sharpened Somoof the scilorc from the German many times before it wail laid away It was found in 1848 with lot of mus- Â¬ war ship Sophie made a dastardly at kets in a field at Tonawandji near Burnt tempt to injure Mataafa the other day Creek between the Niagara Falls and He was coming home from church at Â¬ tended by ODe or two of his guard when Buffalo by a man named John Valquet formerly known as Dutch John who several German sailors who were horse Â¬ now lives at Twenty third and Dickson back riding galloped near liiin driving streets Interview in St Louis Globe him up against a fence He thinking that the matter was purely accidental Democrat did not tike cay notice until they turned All lie Could Promise Dunn When can you settle this ac their hcrsea and galloped toward him again Ono of them agaia rede close count Mr Short past him when ono of hi3 guard raised Short Oh come around next week hir rifles and made a move to nrotect the Will you pay mo than I cant promise that atactly but I king The king ordered him cot to fire but it say the Germans de- can tell you then when to come again Xtiiegraiu in San Fran Â¬ Epoch cisco Chroaicle- Â¬ When ruin comes from the west it will not continue long If rain falls during an east wind it will continuo a full day If an assemblage of small clouds spread out or become thicker or darker expect rain Small inky clouds foretell rain Dark clouds In the west at sunrise indicate rain on that day If the sky after tine weather becomes heavy with small ciouds expect rain Boston Journal The other evening at the Columbia theatre Fanny Davenport s husband and She Was Going Way Ont West to Live leading man M slboume McDowell who with Her Auntie She Said villain in of Scarpia Half a plays the partresolved to the a little The car was hot and dusty have La Toeca dozen frisky children chattered and So after he all by himself romped forgetful of their own discom- Â¬ quiet fun had been killed he dressed himself fort while a few of their elders a very up in the uniform of a big super who few frowned at their noisy play of the soldiers in the last act There was one little creature in frhis plays one and adorning his face with a huge mus-Â¬ load of human freight to whom the on with the A little girl of 6 tache he prepared to march time was out of jont supers So effectually did or 7 years making the long journey by rest of the disguise him that the stage herself neither asked nor accepted com- Â¬ the mustache manager rushed up and asked the big Upon her breast was tightly panionship man what he meant by not appearing sewed a card like this with a smooth face like the rest Hush WAYLAND dont you know me whispered the to bo sent to MISS ANN uUTUB actor Im McDowell Stockton Californis The stage manager fell back in astonish- Â¬ Not once did the ghost of a smile flit ment and the leading man fell into the across her face and her manner was for ranks with the rest and marched on the bidding Naturally the other children stage At the cue when a soldier comes wished her to join in their games and to on with a lantern to examine the face of that end practiced many a childish art the dead man McDow ell snatched the which was lost upon her Even the offer lantern and walked on himself He hor- Â¬ of an orange or a bit of sample candy rified the dead man by guying him which the railway sutler dropped in her unmercifully and if the actor had not lap failed to tempt her been supposed to be dead he would have Late that summer afternoon a home jumped up and thumped the supposed bound train ran into a station and When the curtain fell at the super stopped beside ours so near that it was elan of the act McDowell grabbed Miss easy to see its passengers Instancy the Davenport in his arms and hugged her child sprang to her feet and began tug Â¬ Sho cried out and the stage hands would ging at the window Finding the heavy have thrown McDowell into the alley had bash stubborn she cried out he not torn off the false mustache and Oh please please open this window made himself known And Miss Daven There is my leeched Dont you see her port Mill agists that sho knew who he Somebody hastened to help and im- Â¬ was all the time Chicago Herald mediately a window in the neighboring train v as thrown open and signals of A Glass Telephone loving recognition were exchanged Mr Jerome Prince of Milford has Oh Miss Helen Im going way off lately been granted a patent on a new out west to live with auntie wailed telephone of his own invention His inthe child vention consists in the transmission of sorry dear how does that sound by the vibration of glass The I am very happen came tho gentle reply new telephone consists of a diaphragm Oh liecausel must I have no mam- Â¬ or transmitter of simple glass resting on ma now nor any homo nor anything a number of glass rods and these comHer voice was lost in tears municating with an ordinary wire The Surprise and pity struggled in the line in operation at Milford extends face Her answer only reached from a grocery on Main street to the reslrchers tho ear of her littlo pupil whose next idence of one of the proprietors a dis- Â¬ w ords betrayed its spirit tance perhaps of some thirty rods pass- Â¬ Oh Miss Helen I do try I truly do ing some five or six sharp angles before But I am very naughty I feel so here Over this wire destination putting her hand over her bursting reaching itsof a watch can be distinctly the ticking heart heard and a whispered conversation But before the sen- Â¬ carried on with no difficulty whatever If I could tence was finished tho two trains had The that sound can be trans- Â¬ parted company and the dear teacher mitted distancethe now telephone varies with was lost to eight With a wild cry tho to the thickness of the glass littlo ono stretched out her hands to according transmitter The one in consideration wards the flying train then flung herself allows a whispered conversation three upon her face and sobbed piteously There were no dry eyes among those miles and by using a thicker glass a It makes no dif- Â¬ who saw her A sweetfaced elderly much longer distance ference how many angles the wire takes woman who had entered the car at the last station and now occupied a seat in in reaching its destination the sound is Another the section with the child wept in si- transmitted jut as readily inlence but no one dared to intrude upon peculiarity of the invention is tho creased intensity of the sound that is a grief so sacred transmitted Each vibration seems to Bo Margaret cried herself to sleep unvicomforted With Hushed and tear stained gather strength and force from the cheeks she lay crumpled in the corner brations behind it and when tho soundÂ¬ like a crashed rose We hoped her un Â¬ reaches the ear of the auditor it is won- Â¬ The transconscious sighs were lightening her home- Â¬ derfully clear and distinct sick heart At length she stirred The mission of these sounds without the aidÂ¬ sweet faced woasaa softly placed basket of electricity would seem to lie dependwith a Maltese kitten in it close to the ent upon principles not hitherto well Boston Herald understood child Mew Mew liegan puss impatiently Margaret sat up rubbing her eyes A WUe Saying Mew and puss poked out a claw Here is a wise thing said by some one Kitty is hungry dear pleasantly It is an excellent thing for any person exclaimed the woman Will you not to realize the fact that the world is not give her something from your lunch all contained within the limits of his own basket horizon An amusing instance of this Yes maam kind of mistake that is made by people I thought so Pussio likes cheese who are ignorant or forgetful of this lifting tho cover Will you give her simple fact is given in the recent experi- Â¬ somer ence of a lady traveler in Asia One of Heartsick though she was Margaret the Malay rajahs confided to her his will- Â¬ could not resist tho cries of tho hungry ingness to learn English But he said kitten so by degrees sho grew friendly there is this objection to English that it enough with both puss and its mistress is only spoken by a dozen people in the When bedtime canto she let her new world even counting the governor of friend make her ready for the night and Singapore and his followers while wher- Â¬ seemed content to know that puss would ever you go to the north south east or purr until morning in the very next berth west or beyond the wind you find Ma- Â¬ to hers But when she awakened a sense lay spoken That Malay was right so of her forlorn condition once more took far as his own horizon was concerned possession of her and she confided to her but what infinite horizons lay beyond companion her dread of her new home him And what infinite horizons of which was now very near truth lie behind many a prim Anglo I had only my teacher and you She Saxon who mistakes his own little hori- Â¬ is gone and now I am going to lose you zon of personal knowledge for the bound- Â¬ too aries of Gods everlasting universe Well Margaret what made you love St Louis Republic your teacher so Because she loved me was the ready A Natural Turkish Until ans ver While some men were at work near Then arent you going to lovo your auntie who loves you well enough to tho Crystal Liine companys kilns throe give you a home though she has not miles south of Saliua Colo digging a well they ran into something unusual even seen you When down about sixty feet it became I dont know Oh yes Even puss does as much as quite warm and they dug a little more that You feed her and 6ho purs her when an opening apiearcd Upon investigation it proved to be a love in return But I dont know auntio Shes an cave with apartments similar to tho rooms in a house The first cave is about old maid I spose shes awfully cross twenty feet long and ten feet wide- and I hope not dear the ceiling about ten feet high Must I love her if she is The men had been in tho cave only a Sho is your dear mothers sister few mouieits when they became unCould you not love her for that Cliange cars Next station going to comfortably warm the sweat rolling off them in drops Stockton shouted the brakesman The place where the well is being dug Oh dear Oh dear cried Margaret is the same gulch down which the veins seizing the womans hand Try to be brave now dont cry to the Wellsville hot springs run and drawing the trembling little figure closer the intense heat in the cave is accounted I think you are beginning to love your for on the ground that it is in close old auntie already for it is she who has proximity to the veins of these springs come a long way with pussy to meet her The walls and ceiling are said to be smooth as if some one had made them little girl Are you glad Margaret Denver Times She sat up and looked through her tears at tho woman her face brighten- Â¬ California Ratlin ing California is beginning to outstrip Are you Miss Ann Htnton Spain in the production of raisins Con Yes dear sul Marston of Malaga indeed makes Are you an old maid Yes dear the significant statement that the Span ish vinedressers who have suffered of Thats funny I love old maids late years from tho phylloxera have reParish Messenger placed vines that have been destroyed The Japan Quince by American stock In 183 the crop Japan or scarlet flowering quince is of raisins produced in Malaga reached too well known to need description or 1900000 boxes of which there were recommendation but it might be often shipped to the United States nearly uscu more effectively than it is It is 1000000 boxes Since that time shipeasily propagated by cutting of the ments to the United States have been roots by offshoots or layering and gradually but steadily decreasing In if any one who may have a use for 1888 when the total production amount- Â¬ the plants will bend down the outer ed to about 700000 boxes only 112000 branches of a oush and bury a portion J were exported to this country Mr of the stem with earth ho will in two Marston adds that many Spaniards pre- Â¬ years time have a lot of plants with dict that the vintage of 1889 will reduce which can be made a very ornamental still further the purchases made for ex- Â¬ hedge There are many places where a portation to the United States and that short hedge of two or three rods is more in a few years Malaga raisins will be re-Â¬ tasty and beautiful tlian a fence and placed even for consumption in Spain by the cydonia japonica makes an eTicient those produced in California Erad substitute as the thorns will turn stock streets For massing in largo groups this plant New Wrinkle In Fancy Furniture is excellent its Bcarkt bloom and glossy foliage being showy and beautiful In a Market street furniture store is Its singular unshapely fruit borne on ma- exhibited a parlor suit that is said to bj ture bushes is not poisonous as some unique with one exception a this counimagine nor is it of much value En try It is upholstered with palm leaf senada Lower Calif or nian fans a single fan forming the seat and another the back of the chair The framework it of gilded bent wood Two Pays fur UU Entertainment fans make a pretty substitute for the It is said that when the czar visits his cushioned bottom of a tete-a-teand father-in-lathe king of Denmark he even the table top is of fans It was pays all the cost of entertainment other- Â¬ wise such a grand potentate might be a made to order for a West Philadelphia very inconvenient guest At the same residence and the only other suite like it time the emperor of Russia draws his is in New York Both were modeled supplies from taxpayers who are not after designs shown at the Paris exposi only poor but are often on the verge of tion Philadelphia Inquirer starvation and the means which are The annual report of the first assistant used to enforce payment when the mis- Â¬ erable peasants are unable to pay dis Â¬ postmaster general shows that tho whole number of appointments of postmasters grace Nineteenth century civilization for the past year was 20030 of which Montreal Star 8854 were on resignations and commis Â¬ sions expired 7853 on removals 553 on The Invalids Hope death of postmasters and 2770 on ca Many seemingly incurable case of blood tablishment of postoffices poison catirrli scrofula uid rlienmatltim have been cared bj H B B Botanic Blood ItMlini mci l lhr BIimkI Balm Co Aliau The Holidays li ii Write lo Iheiu for book filled with convincing proof And the colder winter weather are Q W B llaii r living seven mile from The joyful writes Alliens Wot ncveral yearn I uow rapidly approaching Mitlcred uiln riinuiiiic uUcrs which doctors season is eagerly anticipated by the And pronounced incurable A botuool B B H did me more Rood than Mil young folks iu thousands of homes the doctors I kept on using it and every but in nearly h11 there are one or more ulcer Denied I r Kniiiid A Hon Towalign in write ones to whom the cold waves We Induced u neighbor to try B B B for older catarrh which he thought Incurable as it had and CurUM mean renewed suffering ail treatment it delighted him ami continuing Its use lie was cured sound and from rheumatic back or limbs It in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ te Â¬ 1 A CHILD BY EXPRESS Of Course She JLnew STOUFFER 0FFEK3 TO THE PUBLIC Tfc W 20000 OF- - WORTH BaK H CLOTHING his own selection for which he paid CASH and got liberal discounts that he proposes to ive to his customers STOUFFER INVITES Y0D TO EaUfflNE THE Largest and Most ComplGto Stock in Richmaii HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES WITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS STOUFFER IS THE OLDEST CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND V And knows precisely what yon want StOafer las Suits Overcoats Pants 1 Elegant Prince Alberts t Nobby Cutaways New Cuts in Sacks HATS IM ALL THE NEW STYLES -- A PROFUSION OF UNDERWEAR EXTENSIVE LINE GF NECKWEAR wp is aaS CK3 L AND EVERYTHING ELSE r IN GsntsTurnishing Goods 1111 IS IN i ylitfiiacaiu - J isaro 7 STOTTiniEniEIR B JiasT street CHEAP CASH HOUSE MEN S YOUTH S AND BOYS CLOTHING OVERCOATS HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES JNT FURNISHING GOODS AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES CALL HT TEE McKEE IER Ml M MONEY W A POWELL CO DRESS GOODS MARKED DOWN Preparatory to Taking Stock Wishing to have as few Goods on hand as possible at theenl the year when we take an account of stock we will from now up to J January 1st offer at J UK ATI Y REDUCED PRICES OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF DUESS GOODS variety of We have a fine Novelty Patterns Serges Colored Henriettas Fancy Plaids Etc Etc i In fact any thing one could wish in COD GO DS Our stock of BLACK DUKSS GOODS is very J we can Well not claimed that Hoods riarsaparilla It M La whom Bast Poltif Oa write please the most fastidious Do not fail to take advantage of tk My wife had scrofula years hhe kept isapwdtive Hpecirlc fur rheumatism growing worse She lout her hair and her skin broke out fearfully Debility emacia we doubt if there is or can be such a CUT TRICKS 1 J iiict phyal- - remedy But the remarkable eiiuom medicines and her recovery was Hoods rjxixxparUU has had in curing uffloieut reason for Md writes I this affection is sntiered from weak Ijkk and rheumatism those who are sulleriog to try this B B K has proven lo be the onlv metilclnn tnal gave iue reliei 2 7 31 - peculiar medicine 1 tion and no failed ti led It B md complei B CROOKE j BENNETT Ift I URMSTON We also have a few CLOAKS we will close out a