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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fact J faint VAjwA4 m NUMBER 18 VOLUME ri I LOCAL DIRECTORY LODGE DIRECTORY RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 18ST common fleas court Judge Scott Master Commissioner S E Scott Clerk W H Miller THE CLIMAX BUSHED EVERY WSBKBSDAY TJ Climax Painting TRICE PER YEAR FRFNCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE f Co 200 Jlwms- Ortx-cls- - common fleas court Richmond Lodge No 25 meets 2nd time of holding First Monday in January 1st Monday ami 4th Tuesday in each month in June and 3rd Monday in October J SPEED SMITH W M B J Newlon Secretary TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ Richmond R A Chapter No 16 ber meets 3rd Tuesday in each month MA60KIC D P Armer Secretary WF FRANCIS H P TIME OF HOLDING OJJARTERLY COUNTY COURT AND Quarterly Court fourth Monday in January April July and the 2nd Monday Regular meeting firrt Tuesday in each in October month Viwting A Wilkes Smith D D S ously invited to Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ in County Court of Claims 2nd Monday July attend County Court first Monday in each J SPEED SMITH fgyOFFICE Main street two doors Eminent Commander month une22 tf ajove fecond TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT D P Armer Recorder First Saturday in every month Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville D D S C MORGAN COUNTY OFFICERS meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month County Judge J C Chenault jgTOFFICE Main street over Mndi County Clerk Thomas Thorpe T E SHANKS W M County Attorney J A Sullivan bon National Bank Richmnud Ky J M Smith Secretary II Sheriff N B Deatherage June Jailor George W Maupin Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston M POYNTZ Coroner Alexander Norris DR meets Saturday evening before the full Surveyor B F Crooke moon in every month Assessor John W McPhcrson SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND M UOEN V M Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda JAMES C Witt Secretary OFFICE Second street over Mndi J Million juue22tf sou County Drug Store CITY OFFICERS Waco Lodge No 33S at Waco meets City Judge HCRice 4U1 Saturday in every month EVANS M D G City Attorney A J Reed D G MARTIN W M City Collector R A Barlow W T Fielder Secretary AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN City Clerk Wm G White Heeond stieet over D P OFFICE John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at CITY POLICE juntr22tf Arnierfc jewelry tire Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Mershon J D Feeney and J month JOHN HILL W M TAYLOR DR CITY COUNCIL John G Taylor Secretary J D Mitchell Mayor Pracitioner In Medicine and Surgery Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox First Ward J Stone Walker RICHMOND KY town meets 3rd Saturday in every month Second Ward G W Evans OFFICE Second streetover Dykes SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Third Ward Owen McKee juue22t Store H Shearer Secretary Gioeeo Jacob Fourth Ward J W Caperton M Berea Lodge No 617 at Bciei meets JUSTICES OF TI1EPKACEC0NSTABLESAND DR JOHN PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING Wm M ADAMS W M 1st Saturday MAIN STREET COURT J C Davis Secretary Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND Professional RICHMOND COMMAXDIRY NO IQ J J W T J FOSTER Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F Richmond District No 1 D P Armer meets every Monday night at Odd Fellow s at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm DR Hallon Main Street Willis at Court House 1st Saturday M B ARBUCKLE NG OnVrs Iiii professional services to tlie Lyman Parrish Constable pubie Frazee Secretary LJ Foxtown District No 2 G B Million Oflloefcame as Bennetts law ofllce Boone Encampment N040 meets every at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond upsiairs over HerndiMt8 drug store crmrof d Mam him Seml streets first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Kanatzar Jin S Buffalo school house 4th Saturday Chenault Constable Ky jul27 l y Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv R 111 ii Union District No 3 Albertis Parks W L FARLEY C P L J Frazee Scribe at Union City 1st Saturday John A DR U- - C AMBROSE Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No X Lanter Constable FORD KY 3 meets second Thursday in each month Ellieton District No 4 Wm Benton at Waco 2nd Saturday in the af Â¬ at Odd Fellows Hall John W Olire hours to A BARLOW Captainn R Moo res at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles ternoon lioanNat Mr J C L ickry L J Frazee Clerk Oldham Constable ji e if Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at KNIGHTS OF HONOR W T SEXSMITH SI D Leeland D Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets Kingston 4th Saturday at Speedwell PIIYSUIAX AND SURGEON cerly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Maupin Young Constable2nd Wednesday George Hall at 7 oclock WHITE HALL KY Glade District No 6 James M Wood W B BENNY Dictator at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal Â¬ James Tevis Reporter his profceoional services to the Oh loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday S T vr ru l R G Ballard Constable CHURCH DIRECTORY Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton DR J FAIN at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander BAPTIST Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M UNION CI IY KY Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday Fowler Constable Oih-n-hi- - irofetHHal services to Pooscy District No SJ N Hendren and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru Hi tillie at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A Aug IT tf pard Oflice at Joe Gentrys Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday S D Carpenter Constable Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Hardin W Bright A ffl M D Million District No 9 J M Long at Havs Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Stapps Store3rd Tuesday A B New Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble PHYSICIAN and SURGEON by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday James A Harvey Constable RICHMOND KY Pastor T L Lawson Mlivet over Madi OFFICE Kirksiilc Brick Church Saturday Mii ntintj Drug Stirt and Sunday Pastor Rev J AJames Local Produce Fflarkets I wMit it li tinrtlv MiHirsttKMl that I Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday am the only one in HiehitHHtd tUl and Sun Jay after 4U1 Saturday Pastor CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON of tte Rev the tliufttturli BRO GROCERS IRVINE ARNOLD aid ClM miMry a applied Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and STREET RICHMOND KY to exam nations of tiwerf and fluid Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each of the liviinan body I only mt lit ion Sabbath Prayer meeting ThurMlay night Richmond Ky Oct 15 18S7 My mri tin- - for lione t protection Pastor Rev Beef Cattle Butcher- z Iks attached to each enamniH tne uI Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd Hgs 23mjlily lui Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Sugar Cured Hams 13I5C Pastor Rev E II Burnam Bacon Hams Country Cured Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday 2K5C Butter Pabtor Rev B S Hunting 2025C Lttw 1 Attorneys At 50 1 752 00 Union 1st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ Chickens Eggs IOI2C day Pastor Rev John G Pond RICHMOND KY Wheat 667c Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday Flour Ppetial attention eiven to Htwtracting 2 00 Pafetor Rev J A James titles to lands in Eas4em Kentucky Corn per barrel j 2502 50 Sun- Â¬ Hay per 100 lbs Waco United 2nd Saturday and S E Office in Climax building 402500 Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs Orner Main and oeeond Streets up day Pastor Rev 40250 Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ Lard stairs June 22 tf vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday Tallow in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and Beeswax 155200 BURNAM also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor Feathers os35 Meal Elder M Campbell 7535c Oats per bushel 400500 CATHOLIC Orchard Grass 5 25 RICHMOND KENTUCKY German Millet 1 20 Â¬ Richmond Services 1st and 3rd SunA R I5ur days 10 A M OFFICE witli C F S3 25 Pastor Rev Father Timothy Seed Oats in sheaf uam on First Street June 22 tf Haley Choice blue grass seed 575 Red top seed DISCIPLES OF CHRIST 7535 A SULLIVAN Sweet Potatoes 12 50 Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding t 00 75 uo Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden Irish Potatoes PastorEld J W Harding 5U1 Sunday RICHMOND KENTUCKY Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ THE RED RIVER COUNTRY OFFICE on First street same as day Pastor Elder Colier by County Judge Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding formerly occupied TIP Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew octO ly Miiier Having heard to much about the Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4U1 Sundays and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 Red River of tiie North one would SCOTT A M Pastor Eider B C Hagerman imagine it equal to the Jameo the Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and York or the St JoIuir but it la no Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor greater in appearance than the Ken- Â¬ RICHMOND KT Elder L II Reynolds tucky River It Is a narrow shallow Richmond Services every Sunday at Ofllce on Second Street June 22 tf Sunday school quiet Mream that flows North through 11 A M and 730 P M at 930 A M Prayer meeting Wednes- Â¬ a country to level that you can scarce- Â¬ C S day evenings 715 Pastor Prof W D ly tell which way the river runs The McClintock botlomti are five to twenty miles wide Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ on RICHMOND KY each side of the river are ten to day Pastor Oniee on Fecund Street jane 22 if White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor forty miles across and break up into fc lder a beautifully undulating country that L 11 Re nolds extends hundreds of miles away The A EPISCOPAL river and its tributaries lie principally Richmond XsaCT Sunday at Protestant andServicesPevery in Minnesota and Dakota and drain M A M at 8 ti j i practice in Madl on and adjoining during the summer months Friday at S an area of 30000 square miles or c ii es atu In tlie CMirt of Apfieal 1 Al Iastor Kev w y blieppard 20000000 acres Office in Master Hniiiiioiiers North Minnesota and North Dakota METHODIST office over Circuit Clerks office Centenary M E College Hill 1st are the most beautiful portions of those June 22 tf Sunday morning and 4U1 Sunday morn- two countries The eastern portion of ing and night Prayer meeting every al- Minnesota n bounds witlt pine timber ternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F but west of that timber is exceedingly scarce In fact it is found ouly along G rider M E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ tlie rivers and around the lakes The College Hill day morning and night Prayer meeting vast bottoms of Red River are level every alternate Wednesday night SunLargest aid most complete stock in day school every Sunday morning Pas- Â¬ us a parlor flour but not swampy Anywhere ten thousand acres can be CentrI Kentucky Our motto Best tor Rev D P Ware Good and Low est consistent Prices Kirksville Paster Rev S W Peeples staked off and a depression oDe foot Providence 1st and 3d Sunday morn- lower than the general level can not P CARROLL 77 atd W Main St Lexington Ky ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson be found Grass grows everywhere Sunday school and grows naturally Gullies and un Â¬ South Richmond dec 22 I r 930 T J Scott Superintendent Services sightly bare places are not known every 2nd and 4U1 Sunday mornings at Corn will not grow because tile season 11 A Mand every Sunday night at 7 P Wheat is tlie principal is on short M Pastor Rev J A Henderson crop Wheat is to that country what AND PRESBYTERIAN Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th cotton is to Georgiaoranges to Florida Sundays tomatoes to Maryland aud sugar to Formans Chapel 4th Sunday Louiann Kirksviiie lot and 3rd Sundays Pastor The farmer lian a wonderfully easy Rev Wm Crow SPEED SMITH Richmond South Services everv Sun- Â¬ time He tas no oorn to plant thin P M Prayer plow cut shuck shell day 11 A M and 7 c and that Ul UMOND KY meeting every Wednesday night Pastor relieves him of half his hard work or ezcliMuee all Simla of Rev II Glass He has 110 fences to build briars to cut M Richmond North R d - Kin raeontl term and and P M Pastor Services 11 A stumps to pull or rocks to remove vr 3 Ti Life lnSilver Creek Chpel let and 3rd Sun- Â¬ He rides to plow rides to sow rides to triti c 1nin tallica days m J t LyterV CkttHiiiK Htoae reap and to mow He threshes his Ford snd and 4ft Sundays 1030 A JJ j if M and 4 P M- - Sunday school 3 P M wheat without stacking and hauls to the railroad without housing Every Patpr Rev L H Blanton D D Do u want iwre drucs and the best station has its elevator or several ol JIADISON COUNTY DIUECTORY urandi rf totweoiH and okarx them You lea- - find them at I J Broeka If a man has stock he fences off a CIRCUIT COURT small pasture in which to keep tbem Judge J R MortorfC But be doesnt need any stack more -- Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brow Balutaris Watpr brought direct from than a few cows and horse ton S Clair Springs Mich Kept only The country Is filling up rapidly Waster Commissioner J R Burnam J C Hughes Clerk WHMiller July22 tf railroadt are Increasing at an astonish june22tf I 0 0 F NOVEMBER PHIL ROBERTS 4Aek T s seven hundred mjles of road It now has two thousand miles in Minneso Â¬ ta and Dakota and several hundred in Montana I traveleildnwn and up the Red River and away Wet into Mon Â¬ tana besides making other journeys At every station there were evidences of new comers An air of thrift per- Â¬ There are vades tlie entire country no evidences of distitution aud none of idleness One of the finest countries I ever saw was in tlie Devils Lake region Tlie lake is a grand body of salt water sixty or seventy miles long and five to twenty broad It U one of the mos t beautiful bodies of water in tlie world Surrounded with trees it tins a flue range of limbered tnouiitnins on the south side aud all around a graud country undulating and rich The town of Devils Lake Is situated 011 north side and is a delightful place of several thousand people One of the best equipped aud most prosperous looking newspaper offices I have ever seen in a town of the size is the Devils Lake Inter Ocean On the scutli side is he town of Miunewaukon and two steamers one rather large ply be- Â¬ tween the towns Fort Totton is also south of the Lake Tlie Indians Lave a tradition that in the long azo two hostile tribes engaged in battle on the Lake in their bark canoes During tlie battle the Devil came up out of the water and scooped them all under They then called the Lsike Miunewau- Â¬ kon which means Devil water hence the name Devils Lake I visited lakes Pewuukfie and Ocono Miunetonka mowoc along the way and think Devils Lake much more attractive than any of the others Among the residents of Devils Lake I found Mr William Stuart and his son Mr George Stuart both formerly of Clark county Ky The senior Stu- Â¬ art was n brother to the late S G Stuart Sheriir of Clark They uro charmed with Dakota and expect never to return to Kentucky George Stuart weighed one hundred and forty pounds when lie went to Dakota three years ago and now weighs two hun- Â¬ dred and twenty At Argyle in north Minnesota I saw tlie farm of Mr Ramsey It contains thirty thousand acres and is ail in wheat Mr Ramsey is a son of tlie Earl of Dalhauseii or some such n name aud married Arei Garrison of New York a of Capt James Estill the famous pioneer of Madison county Ky Mr Ramsey has an older brother who is u Lord and member of Parliament but has no chil drenaud mine day I shall expect to see of Madifon county a Lord and member of Parlia- Â¬ Â¬ thisgreut-grand-son-in-luw ing rate Tlie St Paul Minneapolis aud Manitoba system has this ear built OPINIONS OF OTHER EDITORS THEY UNDKUSTANO THRIIt IMtHSIDKNT Cincinnati Knqulrer Tlie Presidents little speeches teem to please the people c EASY TO SAY interference with a tariff system which enables its manufacturing monopolies to make dear tlie clothing blankets flannels and other neceisarhs of tlie people AN EXPERIMENT WITH A GUILLO TINED HEAD Science Â¬ that human beings accept the Presidency should sleep with their heads to the that he wouldnt as a gift That Is easy to say No Nortli Is believed by the French to class of people now living intends to have for its foundation a scientific fact They affirm that each human system make him a gift of the Presidency Is in itself an electric buttery the head being one of the electrodes the feet tlie other Their proof was discovered tuiios pRtzn imoT Chlcjgo Herald from experiments which the Academy Foraker of Ohio is nothing if not an of Sciences was allowed to make on Jff B fFi asH but his previous performances iu the body of a man who was guillotined EsF8SS5 was taken tlie moment it fell and the line of assinity have been quite out- Â¬ This done by Ills conduct since his return placed upon a pivot free to move as it from the Constitutional Convention at might The head part nfter a little vacillation turned to the Nortli ami Philadelphia the body then remained stationary It was turned half way round by one of CAN THIS BE TRUE Began business less than one year ago with the firm determination to make a struggle through years to the professors and again the head end come lor comfort and independence doing business upon the smallest shade of profit ever attempted in Sioux City Times of the trunk moved slowly to the carThe Salvation Army will set apart dinal point due Nortli the same re- Â¬ the County one night this week when prayers will sults being repeated uutil tlie final cesbe offered for the salvation of the nu- sation of orgauiu movement A OF Mr Foughkcepsle News Press Blaine is reported to have eaid OIE1 The superstition brgs FROM i xn3 FLOOR TO CEILING ore Â¬ Â¬ merous Sioux City people who are liv- Â¬ ing together as man and wife but who are not married FOREIGN ANARCHISTS Itndhon Register WITH PRESIDENT CLEVELAND Look over the list of Anarchists who are braying in behalf of tlie Chicago murderers look over tlie list of the men who are threatening to subvert American law and destroy American institutions not a native born Ameri Â¬ can wil you find PROFIT AND PATRIOTISM St Louts Republican President Clevelands advice to business men not to neglect the duties of self government is wiund and patri Â¬ otic but when a mans time gets to be worth from 10 to 100 an hour it is hard to induce him to bestow much of it on his country Â¬ KKKPIXO QUIET Knqulrer New York gating her City lms been investi Â¬ uml Children Home found among other thing that thrre iiad been a free use of liquor to quiet noisy iufauK One of seven years mid one of three are said to have betn found in a state of complete intoxica Â¬ tion lying on tlie floor It is hardly possible to comment ou ncase of that character in decorous lauauage It is enough to state it THE DIFFERENCE Omaha World ment The Ryon farm farther up the river contains forty thousand acres Mr Ryan lives In St Paul and looks strikingly like Mr Ben Luugford of Cluys Ferry Away out at Fort Bufbrd 1500 miles from Richmond I met a Mr Crofton son of the commander of the post When I told him I was from Kentucky lie asked what place and when I said Richmond ho instantly asked do you know Wild Bill Whats Ids other name I asked Phelps he said I knew him out east at Andover College I knew he must have meant our George and In- Â¬ formed him accordingly I travelled sixteen hundred miles in Minnesota and Dakota and I never found t ucli agreeable railroad men on any system as those of the St Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba road From General Passenger Agent C H War- Â¬ ren and his chief clerk Mr W H Connor on down they are a royal lot Theres Mr W D Scott conductor be- Â¬ tween Bnriiesville and St Vincent a hundred miles or more He aswered all the thousand aud one questions I asked aud that fn the most intelligent and pleasant way and turned me over to the Mauitoba conductor with a wish that he could carry me on to Winnipeg And theres Mr T E Driscoh whos run Is between the growing elect ric- town of Crookston Minn and the far westeru wooden town of Minot In the Mouse River country Drixcoli would Pit up every night In the week to accommo- Â¬ date a friend and not consider it any hardship I should not forget Mr Birkheim who runs between Liri more aud Castleton He is a walking encyclopedia of Dakota information and imparls it with grace and patience Yts Cold The thermometer doesnt hesitate to creep down into the thirties and forties ami sometimes the fifiiej below zero But it Is a dry quiet cold When it freezes up in Novem- Â¬ ber it remains dry and frozen all winter Tiiere is no mud and slush and rain and there are no sudden changes Heavier boots are worn in Kentucky than in Dakota Besides that a man has nothing to do but stay in the house TheAun rises about S oclock and sets about 9 oclock In June but iu December it gets even by rising at 0 and setting at 3 The northern boun- Â¬ dary of Dakota and Minnesota is 49 degrees North Latitude or 12 degress Heavy fur coats north of Richmond are much worn In winter I met an accommodating gentleman at Fort Buford I refer to Mr O W Hedderich the Post Trader He loan- Â¬ ed me his Winchester rifle and gave me all the cartridges I wanted I walked fourteen miles and killed a raven sixty yards oft baud but It wa3 the only respectable shot I made that day Game is exceedingly scarce I saw a dress parade and heard the ex Â¬ cellent military baud at the fort Fort Buford is on the upper Missouri River nt the mouth of the famous Yellow- Â¬ stone and on the line between Dakota and Montana Â¬ HIi-ri-c- 2j3 Omaha Boy iu New Yolk What are all those men rushing into that pluce for New Yoik Boy Thats a bucket shop lliey Whats thai buy and sell slacks there on margins same as they do iu tlie Exchange O its another Exchange eh No Well how do you its busket 8hop tell the difference Why one is a great big building aud the other is a little bit of a one Philadelphia Enquirer Rep Tlie visit of the President of the United States to Philadelphia revealrd to those of his fellow citizens with whom lie was brought into personal contact a different man from the one they knew from representation The portraits of him with which tliev were familiar whether drawn by pen or pencil did not denote him truly There are line noble lines of intellectuality and feeling in his face which tlie por- Â¬ traits have not given he has charac- Â¬ teristics of the head ami heart which have not been shown by the portraits Alter seeing this mentally strong bright man it is folly to talk of his having achieved his present high imsi tion by mere accident chance or luck He achieved it by the o esion mid use of remarkable abilities and his thought speech manner appearance all go to prove it Hs popularity in Philadelphia io day is a thousand liuie- greater than it was a week ago His prunes are in the nruths of thoae orj wi t cenwire of those opposed to Itim politically whose respect and eonfl deuce lie won during his brief visit iiere by the fine dignity ami oiHirteny of his manner his strong fibrous in Â¬ telligence his evident sincerity of jitr iHe and p ttiiotic spirit In view of his personal popularity it will lie well for tboe u ho are to select a leader to oppose him iu the Presidential cam Â¬ paign to make 110 mistake They should understand wlnt is to thoe who havo seen Mr Cleveland the most obvioiH truth that lie will ben candidate hard to lieat It will be best to recognize that fact early so that opportunity may be taken advan tage of to shrewdly select his Republi Â¬ can opponent To be forewarned iu this case is to be forearmed We can now look back over the brief period behind us with we trust a pardonable pride at a degree f success rarely obtained by any house in so short a time and an amount of patronage and encouragement I THOUGHT GfflTBJG BICE H DAT That Awakens Our Profoundest Gratitude Toward the PEOPLE OF frlADISON AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES We can afford to be liberal to the verge of recklessness and all departments in our hone are filled to oversowing with bargains All departments are greatly enlarged for this season with the most attractive assortment of fall and winter goods ever seen in Richmond is unequalled in quantity and price Domestics such as Cantons and all wool Flannels lower than for years Jeans and Pants stuff of all kinds cheaper than ever The Dry Goods Department Tiie Clothing Department is a Clothing Store in itself Bargains never known in this market before Suits and parts of site at less money than you could buy the material alone for Call and examine splendid drives in suits and paste All shapes and s vies of garments in lavor this season We intend to make this Department a great feature of our business Do not think of buying a Cloak or Jacket until you have seen oar s4eck sad heard price new aud sinking lor cheapness Ladies Wraps tol NEWS PARAGRAPHS 4sc pARRISH TURNER 253 Attorney at laaw Attorney at Xa T J J E T ni2c 33c ioi ooj iJSK Dr Fielding a Knnxville colored mau has inherited 60000 from his father to whom a large property was HYPOCRITICAL WAILING left by his master a southern Kentucky Detroit Free Press The one expenditure which seems to farmer wring the soul of Protectionists with The State Normal School for tlie anguish is the item of JOOJ000 or training of colored teachers began its thereabouts expended in collecting the first session at Frankfort Wednesday internal reveuue Mr Sherman can with eleven students present mid hardly speak of it without tears in his the expectation of double that number eyes for tfTe poor defrauded people in n short time Tuition is free and even Mr Kelley notwithstanding A syndicate of SpringOeld aud his familiarity witli Iron finds his hrart soft and his voice husky as he Eastern capitalists lias purchased 6S refers tn the iniquity of imposing this 000 acres of coal land in Breathitt county Ky and will at once proceed burden 011 the people ti open the mines ami build railroads through the country Tiie company DEMOCRATIC EDITORS has organized with 3000000 capital VMerloo Observer Â¬ We sell almost all custom made work and at the lowest prices ever known even for common Eastern in a pair of shoes bought from us We bay them lew fer goods You always save from 50 cents cash and sell them cheap for glory aud a small shade of profit Our house is now the known head quarters for Trunks and Valises We have revolutionized the trade on them The handsomest and cheapest Trunks in the State are shown by us look and be convinced Blankets Spreadsnnu Comforts are piled mountain high on our counters and at prices that dishearten competitors and capture the trade of the street When it comes to cash down we wrap up a pair of beautiful blankets for 10 to 25 cents profit and we buy them down low you bet HATS AND CAPS Our record and reputation for selling bargains in these goods cant be matehed We The cheapest and best hats shown anywhere are constantly displayed on our shelves and counters neverfatl to please in style quality and price THE RECORD BEATEN With tlie splendid name this house has for selling Notions cheap this season will eclipse all past experience We will display the grandest assortment ol handkerchief ho- Â¬ siery ties gloves and the thousand other articles useful and beautiful that can be found in any city We study day and night how much is a fairy land itself Come and lookeven if you need nothing we can give our customers for a dollar The prettiest patterns THE CARPET DEPARTMENT has been greatly enlarged and added to and lowest prices ever heard of You can carpet every room in the house for what it used to ceet to carpet one It will do you good to see how little it will cost Everybody is most cordially and earnestly invited to visit us and see the many attractions displayed whether wishing to buy or not With thanks for past encouragement we aregratefully yours to command Boots and Shoes lt RAMSEY june 22 OLDHAM Busy Bee Cash Store Richmond Ky tf ex oct 5 4t 1 col Proprietors ihackelford Willi Gentry Go 5t Attorney at Iaw Mrs Garfield mid Mis Mollie Gar- Main There was no editorial annex to tlie Democratic convention at Saratoga field sailed from New York Wednes Â¬ yesteiday such as was conceived and day for Europe to visit Miss Mary carried out at the Republican conven- Â¬ Mason Mrs Garfields niece who Is tion Democratic editors do not re lying iu London They will not re- Â¬ quire to combine under an iron clad turn until next spring and it was be- Â¬ oatli to support their ticket They cause of this fact that the marriage of will do It heartily without any coer- Â¬ Miss Garfield and Mr Brown was cion and consequently do not require postponed such an organization as their Republi Â¬ At the ball given by the Veiled can brethren entered into Prophets of St Lmiis Mm President n TARIFF New York Star Have bought the stock of goods and rented the store house of W 0 Peyton opposite their old stand on street and MTIBIUSS They have added tiqxt and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of BUSINESS Attorney at Eaaw Attorney at J REED POWELL Â¬ Tlie Atlanta Constitution Is making a serious mistake in trying to run Sen ator Colquitt out of the parry because lj is a free trader If lie persists iu this policy Mr Howell will be apt to find that lie has got hold of a boom erang The people are getting tired of paying taxes on the necessaries of life for the sake of enriching rioli man- Â¬ ufacturers ami piling up a surplus iu the Treasury which ouly serves to unsettle the financial condition of tlie Â¬ country THE BASE BALL BROTHERHOOD Baltimore American Base ball is unquestionably thegreat SEEDS GRASS AND FIELD Â¬ Â¬ REAlLi ESTATE Asent national game People from one end of the country to the other are inter- Â¬ ested In it Thousands of dollars are Nothing will insure invested iu it Its permanent hold 011 popularity so successfully as a scheme that will im- Â¬ prove the personal of the players mid give them adequate financial protec- Â¬ tion The Brotherhood is the practical embodiment of this purpose Its in Â¬ tention is to reach further thau the mere question of salaries and to se- Â¬ cure njore respectability among the men This is one of the great points in its favor MASSACHUSETTS Cleveland was gorgeously attired in a gown of bright ruby plush made with u simplicity as to outlined that well set out the contour of her fine figure The train fell in long rich folds and the skirt in tlie clinging manner natu Â¬ ral to plush The pointed boudfee was cut away in a square in the front of the corsage and iu n small V at the hack Duchess luce following its outlines and resting against the white neck A narrow fall of tlie lace also shaded the olherwie sleveiess arm which were covered to a point above the elbows with light tan glove A riviere of diamonds circle I her throat and soli Â¬ taires sparkled at her ears aud dia- Â¬ mond stars and a crescent of the purvst sparklers flashed agaln t the elite Grecian ooil In which her dark hair was arranged and in the loose waves of her Lungtry bangs The Niobrara Lind and Cattle Com Â¬ pany Incorporated Iu East St Louis St Clair county llliuoishas mole an assignment to Judge Keller of B3lle Their nominal assets vllle Illinois are 250030 upon which they will realize from 25 to 50 per conU Their liabilities are 350000 One year ago the round up showed 39000 fat cattle in hand for which they were offered 10000000 Tlie June round up re Â¬ ported but 9000 head and the Septem- Â¬ ber round up showed no improvement The paper accordingly could not be met and they determined to wind up the affairs The paper is held by Eastern and Lt Louis banks Newman Farr of the Stock yards Bank were princi- Â¬ pal stockholders aud before the assign ment was made they transferred their bink to Isaiah Klox paying him a bonus to assume all responsibilities Mrs Farr mortgaged her home in Vandovenler Place for 30000 to meet The Mechanics Bank this lion U3 of St-- Louis paiil the depositors of the Stock yards Bank in full paying out 5200000 The bank will continue la business Â¬ All Kinds of H AEDWARE STOVES and TINWAEE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies 3oofmg G iiiering and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Wopk Done in the most Workmanlike Manner BJOEIS BUT THE BEST OF TTSTORKMEKT EMPLOYED Tlie Best WE SELL A FULL LINE OF ALL WORK WAJRRATTEr Farming Implements Known To The Trade JaaZZt CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE I3UYINC W X EDWARDS INSUSAMCE J i- fs Mr A CSine chipped Wednesday a poplur tree that he bought from Mr George T McRoberts knob place near town which he says is the largest tree he ever handled It was 6 inches ut tlie butt and there were six cuts rangÂ¬ ing from 8 to 14 feet long There were 8064 feet of lumber in them and Mr Ma received over 517 for the giant 03 It utood in the forest Stanford Jour Â¬ nal REPUBLICANS AND CHEAP WHISKY Philadelphia Record In tlie same platform in which the Republicans of Massachusetts recom Â¬ mend a repeal of the internal tax on whisky they resolve in favor of sub Â¬ mitting ah amendment to prohibit the and sale of alcoholic manufacturer While they are devoted to liquors the cause of temperance and tiie en- Â¬ couragement of all other virtues they would rather drench Massachusetts with cheap whisky than permit any The Enterprising Young Merchant on Pirst Street carries a full line of Staple and Eaney Groceries His goods are the best and his prices the lowest ae2sti 1 I FlJcJ rt F UND c are to take place and the various things offered for sale privately FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE See what merchants are keeping themselves before the public Then you have completed an pi WEDNESDAY OCtOiErt lSS ventigation of only the inside of the paper Turn The Presidential party was in There you will findto the outsiJe more than a Atlanta yesterday column on the great Red Ilher London has more than a thous country written by one who has recently been over the field aud oases of scarlet fever Among the Opinions of Other Geu Boulxnger luw been placed Editors 3011 will get many ideas under arrest by tta Freneh Min- ou the important questions of the day both temporary and permaister of Warnent GQancedQwn the Directory TbeBdeKbr Batik of Hiwinmti you donH IfUQw half lb contains has declared a di ndend of 25 par Changes continually odour The coot to us robbed depositors local market should be watched by all farmers Orowji Prince Frederick Wil and we give and housekeepers a weekly report on liam of Germany is dying with the first page On the fourth tlie came disease that killed Gen- - page will be found eight columns era lamnt of good reading under the heads is believed Uiat Secretary of Modern Tunnels Ivory Gold It Lamar will accept the Tacancy and Silver Boudoir Expensive on the Sapreme Bench of the Washington Abolition of Per- Â¬ fumes Facts for Farmers Tiger United State Beetles A Novelists Dogs Mov Judge Ewfng introduced a res Â¬ able Board Fences Religious and olution at the Bankers Conven Educational Rust in Wlieat Wit tion at Pittsburgh favoring a and Wisdom Blasting Stumps rapid extinguishment of the na Story of A Lawn Mower Reform in Japan and Sugges tional debt tive Facts Also seme odds and Kev T B Detnaree of College ends of various things If you Hill tins countr was elected will iad Thjc Qtnuk through Grand Worthy Chief Templar of once you will find it far more Kentucky at the meeting of the voluminous than you jmajne Grand Lodge in Louisville last MAX ENCOUNTERS AN A XADISOX weak Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX the Douglas Institute Um I been witli iu I eoultl have found jiotlilnjr to remind me of the u hen I used to oft out nmlcr a blck jaek mending my old clothe and now and then hill Â¬ ing a ra hick ds NEW GROCERY Announce to the public and especially to that large class wlto buy groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of FROM A FORMER MADISON MAX ELLIS HIGGINS AT THE Ull GROCERY OF HOUSE Hoston Mass Oct S 1887 Fditijrs of The CHinax I peruse with great care and in Queens ware Glassware Woodeinvrc teiest your paper as It drops in on me weekly It U an interesting paper of itself but trte fact that it is the only Kentucky representative that comes And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable intnouromee makes it extremely enjoy Â¬ Store Ellis iliggins is not a new linn but has been in existence for able It is I lie only Iioiue llke ac quaintance that I have in this strange nearly twenty years They invite all their ohl friends and a good share of other people to call and see them html New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prices Your recent communication from lip at Chicago was taken in They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell with relish at this end of the Hue as them They know how to buy and how to sell and what the neonle was his subsequent article from Cincinwant CALL AND SEE THEM aug 10 lyr nati The main point of interest in STAPLE PAIGY GH0CEE1ES F5iirjX rm TfT1 Y A full J ON B 3vk a no STTMrMIEPil Kxasnziri Novth Second Street and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BAKTHQUAKB John TickHn Democrat was elected Mayor of Chattanooga by a majority of one hundred and oi hteen on Tuesday oflasfc week notwithstanding that city has heretofore had a Republican ma jority of one thousand Â¬ Tup Climax lakes the liberty to copy x ihmijoh of ft irivat leHr writ- - - inent jurist delivered the address of welcome at the reception of President Cleveland and party at Memphis Just as the President liad finished his response Judge Ellet fail dead Judge Ellet an aged and prom- Â¬ ill t t i u I mond but now I presume I could recognixe but few tbat I should meet Â¬ Richmond is truly ad Â¬ on tbe street vancing despiie some references that I have noticed regarding her tardiness Yojur strike for natural gas is a A case from Danville demon move in the right direction witether strate the adage that tall oaks ydu get the article yought for or not from little acorns growysrhc There arc certaiuly chances for it aud the Company formed to bore for it Advocate savs shows that there are citizens in your Bert Williams was detected town who possess the wlterewith selling about- - ten cents north of aud the backbone to try to keep up whisky lie was tried in the Your recent disas- Â¬ with the times Police Court found guilty and trous fire was noted with mueh regie fined 100 For the same offetue as I used to be very well acquainted he was indicted and fined 150 losers in the Circuit Court and now the aneiMM weiimig SQp pounds suieitd with some of the unfortunate is your by a luest root full to one of the Another step towards the front United States Court has mulcted ed Are department weak though it may him in the sunt of 100 for selling large derricks to have tlie anchor in a be to cope with such tubboru foe as the same drink of liquor lie has convenient iosilioii to be pftiittetl and that fire When I perambulated paid in all 400 for that one act tiie shock was so great that it caused around tite streets of Richmond a boy of disobe Bence of the law and it tite aitclMM- to ocilate fully four feet with some of i our present firemen no I mean four ftet eeh way from its at a cent too much Â¬ center of gravity ami in a north east doubt no such thing as a fire depart a ltd south west direction I received a ment was know ii or thought of I The Minneapolis Tribune a cor would ay proceed on and go forth dial hater o everv thing Dento 1 peculiar hoek or sensation all through with your good work till you have my body like that produced by a gal Â¬ craticwas mean enough to severe such a force as can do battle with ly criticise Mrs Cleveland during vanic battery I was also aflteted a Goliah eoUK feelitiK with a tlie visit of the Presidential parly for somecoof iderabie uaiK I hope you may get that railroad to Minneapolis A mob burned thtined oftime after aud othets eotn through to the- - Xortheatt feo that tite mine ttrauge feeling the editor in effigy tlien went to We were all uiore or lesj shaken up I when I some home 1 can out across Â¬ the office and carried away a pic and srHlt9ed or If I should say seared tlie near way ami come tight through ture of the President that adorned it probably would be nearer the truth those mountains I never owned a the front of the office They A colored man wImi was helper in tlie railroad but it is my opiniou tlutt it ought have burned the editor in blacksmith elnt wIhhi tite bars of iwvfc to have such articles on hand person and tore down his office steel and iron began quivering and When Richmond grown to be a miglity The City Coucil met and by a riuKiii did not take time to go around citybusiitess men can jump ou the ears vote of 26 to 7 adopted the fol Â¬ the anvil wbielt happeited to be beÂ¬ at Irvine aud run down to business lowing resolutions tween him aud the door but cleared That is tlie way we do things here To return to your Chicago letter On Resolved That we do hereby the lop of it at a bound ran outside reading the names and avocations of Â¬ condemn the action of the Min looked up and wildly exciuiuied My neapolis Tribune in the publica God what dat shakiu die shop dat the various parties from Kentucky I tion of its libelous and insulting waj One of our colored waitersbeing wished it were lliuIy at the Hub and editorial article of October 12 asked what he thought of it remarked Peoplev haling from Tlie Dark liens Blood irouud aie tease as 1SS7 and demand an apology with great erioune 3 and rolling eje my bleve in de Hllfullnient of de script- Â¬ teeth liere It has never been therefrom and a suitable retracgood fortune to meet one of the afore ures dat degood book said dare Hould tion be war and rumors of tigiils and dat said urties in this city I remember Fellows A ridieukms noaribilitv of then fewhtfr an IMnences and ea rtbquaeks at the tune ofatite great OJdrail from day here about year ago I law to prevent foreigners from would travel ober de world aHdboss Dan to Beersheba to get a glimpse of coming to the United States has I thinks all a man cau do is to lie pre but representatives tlie Richmond developed iri the city of New Ired aud ready to de time for yon they abode not in any one place and I dont knew huts when iless eoinin York Trinity church one of the I liave IMeued io a saw them not I venture to say that oldest and most famous of Amer Â¬ iood idea two hours sermon tiit did not em- Â¬ there are not half a dozen native Keu icas great churches was without tuckians in this city Your humble a pastor The Rev Dr E WaU brace as much oue that have The Brig Ktnaiice was coming into servant is tbe only pole Warren of England was heard of It is out of tlie natural or- Â¬ called at a specified salary lie harbor aud about twA inllei out der of events to emigrate Kast vard on landed at New York under pro- CaiL iSrwureKirb3 that the shockhole It has never been my good forluue to board was very heavy that the w test and now a warrant has been vessel shook from stem to stern and see but oue single Keutuckiau this side was Opt sworn out against lite trustees of aud rhathtK Quivered in of Cincinnati and that the church and against the cap- Â¬ 4lmttbe iuaFor a moment lie thought Cook the Kentucky giant From a every part tain of tlie ship and the case will tlie vew ei had run over something matrimonial staudiioiut I should say come up in the United States or iuul rvu on tun uaknowu rock or Come Kast young mau come East Court The penalty against the reef A Uaylian trading vessel has We have 80000 majority of the fair Captain is a fine of one thousand been hew Muce and the Captain in-Â¬ ones m tliis Hlate New Yorl State dollars and that against tlie Trus- Â¬ formed me through an Interpreter that has a larger surplus but there ate more tees even heavier on the a tne date Hie west coast people iu that btate and the projMjr Besides these two tlie same ship with the Rev of Hayti received a heavy shpke tlon is smaller States the Wooden Nutmeg State Dr Warren were several skilled tumbling dowtfsome llgbttuxues Ko mechanics wlio were not allowed one hurt so far t lie bad heard but has no quota to spare aud all the New England Slates with one exception to land because they were under many badiy seared I fear by the lias majoiity of the feminine gender a next steamer I will hear Uia oma of contract But there were also in We are open for competition in this that ship a lot of dynamiters our neighboring Ldandti have tared special line Financially I should say much worse tttaa we Hie weallier lioodlums bummers and come Bast If you have anything to do Anarchists who were allowed for some weeks previous to the shock If not stay at liome or go West We intd been iiutuiiaUy warm day and to land evenwithourlkrolesfas have a surplus of tramps also Relig- Â¬ they were not under contract night Three or four nights after the iously we have a country fair to be Â¬ The law Ougjht to1o Tepealed sLrfgck tiiera was aiieavy rain aud the hold ami educationally we are above is 3bout as tuiual It is a farce andfiot evejvab tenfperaiure mw eJcid importance to question ahead of the world On thee I have niHbiug foVeignera want amusing one If some better four points we uuquestiouubly oiler J write 3bidfig isKettiag to come to tMs country the test inducements To young 3aught to be allowed or coate4 - am uenoaUiHgUie Bagjfeb barque America basehaliism might be an with phosphate eloon Hpwerisen The most objectionable 5nes never Mr MinKnrn inducement but we cau not make any pgiauu anu am ex come under contract If tile inost peclihgtJnAuure Huplisli Vessels soon promise on that score I should soy objectionable ones come- - ndlwith la u sbojtiitue will tave plenty of for such aspirants to head for St Louis For seeing the sights of standing the law why- - objeot to Abieriean verotls We are all jogging or Detroit eaay along ftretly Jfiueli in the same old the work on a small amount of trav Â¬ others coming f It matter for tliem to comb withoutd groove lsy every trip or tne Ko- - eling funds I know no part of the a contract but enter intone up- - raauoe some new men come out aud country where such can be seen iu so on landing or to keep their con- Â¬ mma of the ohl force goes home and so short a time aud iu so small a compass There are hundreds of enjoyable things IrVlll come to my turn after awhile tract a secret a new oook now who is a na to be seen iu Boston uol to say any Â¬ I have tive of the Island of St Btlena and thing about the many interesting THE CONTEXT fifty odd smaller cities of Sfiy8 the Ant pennies he ever made things in Each was when a little hoy by leading tour- Â¬ from 5000 to 6000 inhabitants Upon careful investigation you ists from the wharf to the grave of Na Â¬ city lias something that is worth see- Â¬ will find more matter in Tire poleon He cau tell all about how tlie ing either from its historical connec Clixas tlian you can read in five grave appeared up to the lime he left tion or from the value of beauty of tbe or ten or twenty or thirty min- a few years ago He says hisgand thing itceif Verily this lutle State is utes Glance over the editorial farfeef was one of the guards over the a pauortma of thiugs past mid present L V W page and see If there are nob sev- Â¬ JHustrieus general He says the grave all combined eral tilings of interest Then take aud a small 6ot of ground around it up the Aeeds 6f Matrimonial are still attended with great care by Gen John P Itoe of Minneapolis Died1 iows Paragraphs the Freneh The grave Mauris oien w ho was fleeted Commander-in-Chie- f Cencarsing Armors and Thin ai It was left when the body was reÂ¬ of the Grand Annv of the Republic at Column and read them careful- - moved to France its ret Hiit S Louis meeting has m Yours ef September 7th from Ch 1 the following appointments Jy If you take any interest in Adju Â¬ community you cant help eago and a copy of the Cincinnati En Â¬ tant General Daniel Fish Minneao- 3our finding numerous iteins of value quirer of September 2nd received to lis Quaiiermaster Genera John The several local columns on the daj Thanks for the pap r Would Taylor 23 Walnut street Philadel Â¬ Advocate Grin d fiiird page always contain infor- - I ke to have beeu mth sou in tiilcao phia I doit suppose there ar- - oiy of WlietiK k J Vvwfy Rutland Vt fiiation new to you A glimpse t the advertisements will aflord the old iindmarka of OunpOm m i Tit first and second uiiued uti e talaris of 2000 and 1200 a year res you additional news You ougiil rtiuaniiuK or any thiug tun oT the public sale tbat there in tbe vicinity except perhaps pectively to know Â¬ -- have tackled the right kind of an express messenger Two robbers stopped a train near El Paso and attempted to rob the express car The messenger killed one with a pistol and the other with a shotgun The messengers name is Smith and lie is from St Louis At last the Texas train robbers ten by Opt Oconee V Tipton of Ibis eocaty Superintendent of the Kavassa Phosphate Coinjtanv Inland of Ravage West Indies under date of October 6JI On the morning of the SSni ult about 7 oclock our little fetentt was visited by an earthquake of considera Â¬ ble force ami of about seventy second dotation It came on with h low Ijeavy rumbling oouttd that appeared to be ovtr around and below me The vibratiotia seem to ran Noth east aud Southwest Ail of our build tags were shaken perceptibly Tne two home that I occupy i a frtory heavy framed structure and the top appeared to vibrate fully four iaehesKreryibing hanging outbe walls was motion and inil articles on shelving were thrown down Two of my officer were walking alu the over a trestle work some railroad three or four feet high They reported that the road shook j violently that tfeey jumped off on the rooks as there Is jio dirt iere to find tlivm behaving At the shipping in tlie same way wharf I have some derricks and aliear leg forty and fifty feet in height suiported by heavy iueh guy and backing citaitis and tltey were jerked abdbt as rf they would be throw from their tirrii putitious I had a fehips Chicago epistle was his list of Ken Â¬ tucky talent who have their shingle tacked that fair city It thoulri be a matter of personal Interest to every good eiliseu in Alstltoon county to know what kind of people ue turns Mt to he world ami If every city were as well shown tip as Chicago is your people would have fair know ledge of tbe material you are capable of turn- Â¬ ing out I often tee a little note of what sonra former Madison county citizen is doing in other Stales and localities In Itself it is not a matter of much ituportanoe but whether I had ever known the party or not I like to te what kind of a cit- ien you furnish other localities As a rule it Is only the poorer class of peo Â¬ ple who leave Madi jon county to bet- Â¬ ter tbeir circumstance aud we do not hear much of them till we hear of them Sn coming bJKds ou tlie cowcatcher it is gratifying to hear of people in comfortable circumstances going away and making a sueceso of their particupleasant to lar line elsewhere It is hit- Â¬ GROCERIES j W Itxt SWEEPING REDUCTION to- Patronize JJ Brooks the druggist ATTENTION TOBACCO MEN A full line of French goods at Tribble John Sawyer of Manchester Ohio Blounts sep7tf desires to lend a crop of tobacco raise it on the shares or rent the land 10 to Finest Flour in town at Tribble 50 acres He referes to R H Ellinn Cashier sep 7tf Blount Manchester BHiik O Miiuohester J S Collins stock of furniture car Â¬ Win 1enrce Cashier Farmers ijnuk O Other reference given pets ami lace curtains is the largest Manchester ever in Richmond aud his prices the by applying at Tuk Climax office lowest augSl 8t iiiii S7S r - Confectioneries Canned CS oosis Green asad SOOUE-ING- - OUT THE OLD PRICES SCRUBBING OFF THE VALUE1 for m Zi wfi zJ octl2 4t Just received at Tribble 000 dozen Blounts cans of Tomatoes Corn Peas Benns Peaches Pears Apricots and other canned fruits aail vegetables Cheapest place in town sep tf FuSLIO 1 BALC on jOpiedl JJ2i2itj Closing Out the Old to Make Boom and plent5r of every the New at thing iu my line This house is will offer at public sale liilf -Â¬ Business ON A- - J S Collins wants you to call and see his special drives in lace curtains augSl St and carpet5 Tribble tea Blount Saturday Oct 22 18873 instead of Saturday Oct advertised isas previously Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept ad sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE VHIVHVSUIM I mi r m LLC ov p 0 UHl SUM- Â¬ headquarters for fceptf SO Acres of Land 3 miles irai leant that there are many thriving pushing busiuei s peoole proeiicroux in Jtkmmond ami Ktlll remaining throughout the county It has been several years since I was in Kichiuotul or in Kentucky except on flying visits and I like to take your paper because it licljs me to keen the ran of changing ami advancing events Some six or eight years ago I knew everybody in Rich Â¬ alt Fine Oranges Bnnnuns and Lemons received dwily at Tribblrt Blounts sep7tf Best Tribble South of Richmond on the Lancaster pike adjoining the farms of John D Harris and Jas A Ballard About EVERYTHING THAT PERTAINS TO MER GOODS IN THE WAY OF 50 acres in grass quality Breakfast Rseon Blounts Canvassed aud Dried Hams the balance under cultivation Beef at It will be sold in two tracts then as a whole Sale begins at 2 oclock p m sep7tf C B McCORD siitds BS A juue22 tf TEIAL Every can of goods that you buy from TriW4e Blount is guaranteed to be of standard weight and quality sep7tf ttMie Sale A D RUFF BOOTS SH013S HATSji OAFS Dont fail to see J S Collins curtain 2 lace amr318t We will as Executors of Jacob Hu guely dt ed sell at public auction to the highest bidder on L1ES7 TRU3ffKS9 CARF3ETS Oct 20 1887 Dont buy cheap light weight canned goods when you cm buy standard at his late residence on Otter Creek in Blounts for thf MhiINou County Ky tlie ersoimI es Â¬ goods at Tribble scptf tate of paid decedent coiisbting of 3 same money HOUSES 1 Thursday MOW IB- - YOUR CHANCE 3IULK 12 HOGS k Â¬ Thousands of Canned Fruits and S3 Vegetables are being received daily at the hitter consisting of 4 cowh with sep7tf Tribble and Blounts young calves good milkers 9 with calves old enough to uean 9 steers fancy reds weighing about J S Collins 2 lace curtains will as Â¬ 1400 pound- each 3 yearling steers tonish you Call and see them 31agSt 3 yearling heifers 5 steers aud 1 bull Aim 3 stacks of hay 35 barrels of corn straw in ricks Something Xcw I can give you the best lace curtains Farming Tools of all Kinds-on the market for the money S2 to 1 bugjry and luirneoo household and augSlSt 15 J S Collins kitchen furniture 9 failures oItock iu the Otter Creek Turnpike and many other aiticle Sirup or Figs TmiMS The sale will he on a credit Manufactured only by the California until January 1st 1S8S with good se-Â¬ Fig Syrup Co Sun Francisco Cal is curity for all sums over 10 with inter- Â¬ Natures Own true Laxative It Is the est from day of sale under that stun property to be removed and most easily taken and the innt pleas- Â¬ cash the no arc until complied with terms antly effective remedy known to JAMES W HUGUELY cleanee the system when bilious or cos- Â¬ SQUIRE L HUGUELY tive to dispel headaches colds ami JACOB HUGUELY Exrs of Jacob Huguely fevers to cure habitual constipation indlReslion etc For sale hi 50 cents Willis ami 100 bottles by Stockton two-sear-o- hl 1 CSATT la AN OPPORTUNITY THAT PRESENTS ITSELF ONLY ONCE IN A LIFE TIME o Watchmaker Watches Clocks and Jeweler Jewelry Silver and Tie Bargains are so GraatSsilM lm I at DEALEK IN If you want some STREITGS c Plated ware etc Special attention given to of them come early must have the room The price will tell SETTING DIAMONDS LOUISVILLE STOEE AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES S5 Will opon in a few days a line of NEW FALL JACKE1 Come and see them 21- Promptly dune ami iu a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver 3T Dont lorjet the place next door to the Richmond Ky june22lf Sk August - tf L J STRE3SG Lace ourtitius hi great variety at aug31 St S Otlllns 2 to Slo Dress Making J AOT CHICKEN IS THE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR Miss Sallie Martin will continue dress making at Mr T S Ellis and invite- all of her friends to call oet5 it - Cholera Cure THE CELEBRATED taEi TIIE TIME TO GO TO Â¬ I Armor Ha- - just received a haud nme line of Diamonds Watches Clocks Silver Ware Walking Stick and an elegant assortment of Pocket Knives and Razors Dont fail to get one of his with wbch you cau Safety Raznr ihave yourself In the dark without oct5 St cutting your face D P H1 3 U H FTH FARM VAGONS m 4 H u Ea lia ss13 BSJISW iC3iSaSBKSSgilal j1 gFjf AND GET ONE OF HIS The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them - HTEBT ELIO As SALE WBallewSr SJ Â¬ I i Executors of Geo we will on Tuesday Oct - 25 1SS7 Â¬ tell at public sale on he premises six miles South east of Richmond on the Big Hill turnpike hi- personal prop erty eonel lingof 12 Sheep 1 Mare 1 yearling Filly 1 suckling Colt I three- ear old colt 1 Excellent Rockauav Horse 2 extra four year old Mules 1GJ hands high 2 Fat Heifers 14 Sows aud 18 Hhoars 13 Fat Unas 1 stack of Hay 100 bushels of Wheat anil some Oats about 150 barrels of corn in the field Also Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy thatjztvrA eurcs it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded STOCKTON WILLIS aug 24 ly Â¬ Â¬ addles HUB 380 SUB TIUUI AXLE i Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at i ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES M fapBS farritefl For One Year Ii 33 3 4 Acres of Land adjoining the lands of W H Burnett Pleas Beatty and J W Bales Terms made known on day of sale B F Deatiiekaoe G W Ballew Jit V At bottom pricos Ho also lias a lull line of single tind double first class terial ami best of work Raddles and Harness The Best Material The Easiest Terms Call on Mv Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so Is beating them all makiug the best grade of WEBSTER WAGON June 32 CO Executors the same time and place as agent of the widow of the de 1 will sell all the Household ceased MBS ma- Â¬ tf rfAt Â¬ Library Lamp Rotors Silfer PMefl Knifes and kitchen Furniture Farming Im- HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND plements- A Kew A Harrow 1 good ALSO two horse Wagon Plows and Gear 2 Xo 1 Alilch Cows with Calves 50 bar- Â¬ rels of Corn and u5 bushels of Wheat I will also rent for the year 1SSS possesion given immediately after tlie salp the Home Farm of 175 Acres 40 to go in coru 3D iu small grain Sale at 10 oclock G W Ballew Jn Agent ocllO tfy eal and Coal NEATLY AND rKOMlTLY June 22 tf Pays highest cash price for ai Foris or t isan It WHEAT June 122 If Pianos and Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie They can not be surpassed in style workmanship at the BLUE GBASS Remaining unclaimed iu the Post office at Richmond Ky week eudlug The if you LIGHTNING HOD CO 15 Â¬ Â¬ ie Jjii i Â¬ Oet 18th 1887 F0US11EE MELTON CO Ballard Mis Annie Hugly John Proprietors Critton Bruce Ervln Wm Bronston T C Jonos Merritte 10 Market Street - Lexington Ky Brown Clara Johnson Mrs Mary Bronston Mrs Mary Lowry Lizzie DEALERS IN Covington Rev Robt Million Fannie Douglas S G Kew y Letcher Bods Iron Duncan Mi-- Lizzie Poole O Edwaid Green Rodes Lulie Francis Mrs Pettus Shain P A 2 Cresting Francis Mrs Altec Stevens J M Gibb Alex Simmons John D Goodloe Nannie Sutton Co R G Gordon Mr Ella Turner Carrie Harris Miss Bdlc Taylor Thomas X0NB DUTTHE BEST 21ATEMAL USED Mrs Wilson Rev J- - P t Henderson Mattie White M D ALL WORK GUARANTEED Advertised matter will be held two Bthnales luriilejied on application weeks afterdate of advertisement and then if undelivered will be ient to the 12 lf JAS WILKEItSON Agent dead letter ofne Pist ifflcf hours from 0 a M to 7 p v Money order and rt gistt red letter The lowest prices iu Own on cur- hours prompt 7 a 11 to G 1 jn tains and carpets J S CoiHnf J B WILLIS sr augSl St New England and other Pianos Chicago Cottage Organs PIANOS AM ORGANS FOR RENT Rent applied as part payment Write Fop Prices and Terms LUKE U MILWARD S and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky June 22 tf ufacture We Pieesemployed in Qiiote Very best material their is see them because you man- Â¬ Will Like TheiB cant help it Yon Lightning Fencing etc Ttej Are Precisely etc rS i FOR SALE Our stock of Queens ware and ware and especially our Decorated Drs ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive and other Staple Groceries iioods El Junesa tat W Glass A GOOD STOCK OF r GENERAL mERCHANDiSE at Vhtbgst country stand in Mad- v e win oe gtaii isim cyuniy to how the stock to any one wishinjr Up bay ELLIS HIGG1XS Silver Greek Ky juu2tf COFFEES SUGARS G tf BEST GM2AIEi5 OF TEAS also Canned irRAKGIS JeJ THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY OCIOBER 19 1887 fVio j -- - The Unl law expires to mwrow Mr Tom Tribble of the firm of Tiuiie Blount U t tek with fever Oil T S Motierleys hsnl of Short Â¬ horns received all the fliai prlsses at the Oweni boro Fair last weeK Judge Thomas Common Fleas Court Is In stolon J Koutt presiding There are 175 oases on the ilwoket Â¬ Mr B F Watts of Fayette county formerly of this itlaee it now in this county in the interest of a nur-s-r- y About thirty yining people from Richmond and vielnlty went out to Oil C R Estills mi last Friiluy aul danced all day Adam Hill an excellent blacksmith who once lived atEIIfen this county was the Rrand futher of Mr Jesc James Mrs James hasalarje num- Â¬ ber of relatives in the county W P Harvey Jr son of Rev W P Harvey Sr of the Presbyterian clii en and who has several times Tit 1 in RiclimoiMl bbot and killed IsCilemau at Harrodsbttrg Jnbt jii v 1 k Ti c flue old Estill place of 400 acres at I as been in the family for more than a century was sold at public swle o lat Wednesday but was bought by Mr Robert Estill of MkMMiri at SbO per ace thus continuing in the family who Hed to adorn dek at the Gnniett IloHf e is niamger of the Bt James Livery haleStuUes Jacksonville Fldrhla largest and finest livery stable in cl Koutb Â¬ llcy Mr Jom L Shulf tlie exceedingly rk the now Miss Sallie R Curnam is in Louisville attending the convocation of the Episco Burrows crown of sorrow seems to pal church hive fallen upon Hon W T Tevis Miss Fannie Morton of Winchester of Richmond one of the best of the who was visiting Mm Bete Barbour has good citizens of Madieou county one horre icss than tlrree numtlis ago oeeured Miss Allison of Xenm Ohio is ths tlie death of his young wife to whom he had been but a short time guest of Mite Kate Phelps at Dreaming married Yesterday hfcj bright little Cifek Heights son was thrown from a Messrs R C StocVon W F Francis horse and killed Courier Journal and D G Martin are in Louisville attend 15th ing the Masonic Grand Lodge Â¬ ld Â¬ and the the member of Congress and daughter of Green Clay Brigadier General in the war of 1812 Mrs Smith was a native of Madison county a member of the Baptist church and retained her faculties of sight heating Killed ly Accident and speech to her last day She was an On last Friday afternoon Cyrus accomplished woman and until recently Tevfa eleven year old sou of when wheeled up to the piano in her inW T Tevls was riding valid chair played with skill many of the horseback on tbe Caldwell place about pieces she learned three quarter of a cen- Â¬ two- miles from town ou the Barnes tury ago Mill turnpike The mare leaped a THIN COLUMN- ditch and his font slipping through the stirrup leather he was riding his fathers saddle and had his feet in the by Col Jim A Fat Mans Misery leathers he fell oflaud was dragged Brooks is the title of a new book soon nearly a hundred yards A colored to be Issued man and n smull son of Mr Douglhs A man sat up all night but forgot who were with him ran to him but was dead The hknll was broken about It next day add as he felt dread- Â¬ he and he was considerably bruised about fully stupid ami out of fix generally the head and breast He was small he consulted a physician A dose of and delicate The burial oeeured in sleep was prescribed the cemetery 011 Sunday afternoon At an election in the town of Plevna Mr Tevis teems to have been in a line Bulgaria one day last week twenty of distressing luck and is entitled to four persons were killed and thirty seven great sympathy He lost his young wounded yet they say Rowan wife then their infant and now follows couuty is the only bad place on earth the sad death of a mi 11 Thomas Anderson ot Louisville has having spent made an assignment PERSONAL S70000 in three years His tailors bill has lieen 2000 per year A man who Mbs Laura Mows is seimmly ill would spend S2000 a year for clothes Mr Dr McKee of Danville is visiting ought to lie a bankrupt Mrs W R Letcher A J Gobi and William Hand Miss Anafe GootHoe of Lancaster is fought with pistols in Monroe county vicitfag Mrs T S KIKs Georgia on Monday of lust week and both were killed Now the are Goiu Mhs Fannie Shelby of Fayette county Hand in Hand along down the endless is visiting Mrs Wa M Irvine lane of eternity Robert Estill Esq of Missouri is visit Â¬ Depositions will be taken at a given ing relatives here at ids old home point on Dix River day after Mr Waller Chenault of Montgomery to settle the question between the county visited relative here this week Stanford Journal uiu the Register as Col I Shelby Irvine is at Lake Provi- Â¬ to whether Mayor Francis of St dence Louisiana and Mrs Irvine is at Louis ever lived on Dix River Lebanon Â¬ Handkerchief Extracts Brooks has n fine and varied odlection of Seeley1 handker Â¬ chief extracts at 5 cents to 500 per bottle He order in 150 lots which Is large even for a city house Mr J J willow of the late Hon John Speed Smith The Newport City Council hns passed the long contested ordinance granting the Union Bridge company the right to construct a bridge over the Ohio river brt ween Newport and Cincinnati The bridge Is to be completed in four years ilnd the rates fixed are 25 per cent lower than Is now charged ou the railroad bridge or ferry It will be a pier bridge aud so constructed that vehicles may be driven as rapidly as nn tbe streets The estimated cost is 1500000 to be furnished by Eastern capitalists E W- - WIGGINS A WIGGINS BR ECK IN f BllECK THE RICHMOND Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP Builders Hardware and Building Material Kept in the couuty and will furnish from tho smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at crrr prices We are also prepared to do JiOOFIJYG and will guarantee to givo you the best and most satisfactory job you can get anywhere We carry a large stock of best brands of EOOFING TIN PLATE and will not delay your work We also carry a nice line of XaUXXEJGTOIE BlSIaXnSS COOK STOVS3S and RANGES Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills c 1NT JDYN-BIITE- SSJ3JLArFI3XG- MANTELS AND GRATES IRON june22tf FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY THE PALACE POWDER BEAUTIFUL BUILDING DRY GOODS GLOfHffl AID OF-- LOTS FOE SALE Absolutely Pure- parity strength and wliolcnomeness More economical I linn the onllnnry kinds and cannot lie 0M In competition with the mul Â¬ titudes of low test shortjw elclil alum or phos In Bhate powders Bold only Wallcans N ItoVAL Y Pow deu Co 100 St TUls powder never varlex IE HOUSE AT A marvel of Parties wanting the most desirable residence lots in Winchester F HAYS -- THE ONLY- - Jnue 22 tf MAEZET REPORT TIE GUI ciii LIVE Strictly Cash House tin Eichmond STOCK CORRECTED WEEKLY BY the livest and most rapidly growing town in Kentucky can purchase them at reas- Â¬ onable prices in CONCERNING 10000 FARMERS The Lincoln court of Claims allowed Also found that 20C persons iu the county were delinquents Green B Morris has sold to D A Honig St Louis Motho chestnut Phil Lee 4 yrs old by imp Glen Alhul dam Verbena by Vigil for 2000 L S Reconl WEBER LOPER CO Live Stock Commission Merchants at Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards CINCINNATI OHIO 0CT0UER 17 1SS7 smart Kentucky Cos Addition Wesleyan College SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common to Fair Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen The map and plat of these splendid lots situated adjacent to and around the You Can Save From 25 to 50 Per Cent by buying Your Goods for the Money io 3 50 3 50 3 25 2 50 1 25 We notice sales of lobicco in Louis- Â¬ Common and Rough ville on Tuesday at very high price BUTCHER CATTLE 780 hogsheads eelliug at an average of Good to Extra 3 6o Misce Pattie Harrie and Sallie Miller twenty per cent aggregating the fabu Â¬ Fair to Good SeM to tbe tevemar 3 25 to Fair 2 75 Mr John W Fox Htkl in Lexington and Miss Minnie Smith went to Lexing- lous amount of 210000 This tobacco Common Extra Cows Good to 2 75 was almost exclusively from the Blue ton last week to hear Abbott on last Friday to His Excellency 2 25 Fair to Good Cows grass section Common Cows 1 75 Governor Simon Bolivar liwkner a Miss Laura Dougherty of Missouri 1 oo 18 IihihIi granddaughter of the lute Peter M Smith gelding pair of Madden Bethlehem Pa has sold Rough Cows and Oxen J Tliey are beauties as visited Miss Sudie Russell this place last the bay gelding Willett BULLS foriO by 227 evinljulv luTeabous knows him I leu week 2 50 Sweepstakes dam Sally Downe by Ed Â¬ Best Shipping Bologna 2 30 R i imr is the lest etiiied Governor ward Everett to R Jones of Minne Â¬ Best Bologna Mies Ella Trimble of ML Sterling and Fair 2 10 in t ie way ot hordes that the State lin apolis Minn for 3300 He bought Fair to Good Feeders 2 oo Miss Annie Lee Adams of Loxington s ince the war had 1 25 Common and Thin so visited Mist Annie Urmstoo of this place him abought six weeks ago from Alex For terms and particulars apply to FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Mia Trimble left on Monday for home Newburger of New York for 52500 A Faithfsl Few Extra STUART 3 00 3 25 Mr W C France has sold to L D Good to Good Steers Tlie receipt Ly Mrs Crawlill of 20W accompanied by Misses Adams and Urm Fair Steers 2 50 2 75 ton WINCHESTER KY sepiStf Davis fronton O the bay filly foaled Good to Extra Heifers the amount of a poliey Iteid by her 2 50 2 00 husband the late J K Oamlull as a Joseph L Ashby Esq a wealthy 18S6 by Red Wilkes dm by Redds Common and Thin Stackers 1 75 2 00 COWS AND CALVES Hursts membrr ol the Ancient Order of Unit farmer an J stock raiser of Clinton county Abdalluh son of Thornton ed Workmen reminds us to say that Mo is visiting hi brother-in-la00 Dr G Abdullah sire of dam of Four Corners Best Grades 45 o 00 30 oo thcrwas onee a linlge of that wder W E trans Mr Ashby was bora in 3 S3 2 and son of Alexanders Abdallah21 Fair to Good Common EL 15 00 5 00 litre bin it was discontinued several at the place where Dr J P Herndon re- dam Mary Taylor by imp Sovereign Best Veal Calves 5 50 5 25 years ago There are now only three sides and his father was the well known Priee 1000 Aud to E K Wormley Fair to Good 4 00 5 00 2 50 Meudiila III bay colt foaled 1SS5 by Common and Heavy members of it Messrs John Taylor Dr Moses Q Ashby 3 50 lied Wilkts dam Sully M by Almont SPRING LAMBS Grei11 R Turley and R L Getitry Good Extra Heavy second dam Kate by Edwin Forrest 5 25 5 50 RELIGIOUS 5 25 5 00 riains Mill IliitItM third dam by Bentons Diomed Price Good Butcher Fair Butchers 4 50 4 75 Messrs J R Hm ail E W bo church Fri Â¬ 1000 Lexington Stock Farm Services at the Epitcoanl Common and Tail Ends 3 3 25 Wggiiis have IxMight the Uiehmonil day morning at 1030 oclock HOGS Planing Mill and began running on Select Butchers 4 70 4 75 NEWS PARAGRAPHS The Synod of the Northern Preibyte M 11 lay The price was 1200 but Fair to Good Packers 4 70 4 6o rian church was held at Lebanon last Good to Extra Lights 4000 worth of hits were abott 4 50 4 65 A Knox county man eloped with his Light Pigs 4 25 4 40 resiihl oil the gnwiHlf ralueinx the week step mother who was also his sister iu Roughs and Scalawags 3 oo LEY 3 40 GUTHERSON purchase to S00 Tlie original cost Dr L H Blantoe will preach at Ford Iaw and Is now somewhere in the West of the projterty wsS18O0O Sunday morning at 11 oclock Sunday LEXINGTON KY A number one stock of Clothing con The remains of tlie lute Gen Judson m Mr Emhi is a contraetor ami builder school at 2y Kiipatrick have arrived from South 8ibtiug of extra pants all sizes and STOCKTON of great exjierienoe and skill thorm-h-l- y Rev Dr Glass will preach Ins farewell America and will be buried at West grades suits all sizes from four yeaie understands the burfiiess and will Agents For Madison County sermon on next Sunday and depart soon Point old to a No 50 fize also u large line of manage the mill Mr Wiggins is a thereafterfor Cambrnia overcoats are now being closed out at sep28 ly liar I ware merchant in this ptaee is a A colored porter iu New York stole octlO 2t The protracted meeting at the Chris- Â¬ 515000 worth of jewelry from his em- Â¬ cost by J C Lj ter good business man and will manage tian church closed on Sunday The ployer melted and sold the ruins for the ollice of the will Leys Electrufonc will do all that is immersion took place in the baptistry at old gold claimed for it For sale by Stockton the Baptist church A ltear h Jail Willis Mr Thack Quisenberry of Win Â¬ Hungarian named Dudley was A Protracted meeting will begin at the chester aud Mis Georgia Wyatt ot Mens and Boys brogans at C C ficin Winchester to Richmond Methodist church next Sabbath to con Â¬ Montgomery county were married on Wallaces octll 4t -V iiiehesters Ikkmii 0 has subalded tinue ten davs or more Dr Henderson the 18th My stick of goods must be closed out iiiw with a pet bear awl seared the Pastor will be assisted by Ins son Mrs Sallie Fisher Bell died at her Call aud see me If you want bargains Mr Lntlier Dykea horse making it who k pastor of the Methodist church at WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO home iu Shelbyville recently in the octlO 4t the trade that we have a large away and tear p things Mr Versa Hies J C JLiYTmt and well selected line of 17th yenr of her age She was a native D lies followed tlie eounle to Rieh Dont fail to call at J C Lytcrs and Elder John Alien Gano a contempo Â¬ of Dauville wml had theni arreted mihI lodged see how cheap j ou ean buy a new suit worVer of Alexander Camp- Â¬ in Jul for having committed a nui rary and co Mrs Margaret Congleton Champ of clothing octl9 2t bell and Barton W Stone died at his sanV They were brought before the of the home in Bourbon county on last Friday mother of Editor Bruce Champ on the prin Cty Court and released If you need a pair of fchoes or Imots 82 years He was a man of fine Paris News died last week in the COtli cipe that if tbe Jiar had got scared aged go to Wallaces octlO 4t yenr of her age at the horse run away and bu ted up ability and a great worker The fire losses in the Uuited States J C Lyter Is closing out his clothing Seven hundred and eleven members Mr Dudlej- - Mr Dykes would not Â¬ Lave been responsible therefore Dud Â¬ were dmied at a meeting of the Fourth from January to September both inclu- regardless of cot to quit business to SS3400000 In 18SG ley wa s not responsible and Wclnut streets Baptist church in sive amounted Waukenpliast week to form a and 03183500 iu 1887 Louisville one night last sep2Stf Shoes at Wallaces They never hurt new church at 22nd and Walnut This The Louisville Base ball Club entered your feet 0varitMr octl9 4t at 4th and Walnut the season with S4000 in its treasury The first surgical operation ever per- Â¬ leaves 1300 members Go to lij ters for cheap clothing he gets out fourth in the race and with and formed iu this couuty for the removal is closing out to quit octlO 2t 3000 iu casli remaining MATRIMONIAL- of an ovarian tumor so far as we can Eta In which you can find the learn was one in Richmond a week county has 21 coal mines in C C Wallace asks you to call at his Laurel Mr William Tucker Greene of Bluff operation employing 1000 miners and shoe Jioii e on lower Main street Bur ajp to day The patient was Miss Martha Smith of this county and she ton Georeia and Miss Nannie Todd a greater output than any other county gins old stand formerly Moberleys is recovering beyond the most sanguine daughter of Mrs N G Todd of the Con- Â¬ in Kentucky except perhaps Whitley and examine lii- - new and varied stock LATEST STYLES expectation If sueh cases terminate cord vicinity Madison county Ky were ocll9 4t The report of the Secretary of the of hoots and shoes fatally as they frequently do the limit married at the home of the bride at 4 and tiik LOWEST PRICES Â¬ Knights of Labor shows 535000 mem- Â¬ I have a largo line of Fine Goods that is forty eight hours Tlie tumor weigh Â¬ oclock in the afternoon of Thursday OcElder Milton Elliott bers with receipts amounting to 497 I nm making up at a great reduction in 1S87 ed lorty pounds Tlie operation was tober 13th a Only a few rela- 500 and expenditures S491G43 during prices I would be pleased to have all performed by Doctors Foster Taylor of KirkGville officiated C Lytek call and sro them and friends were present A nice the year J and Jennings The patient was one tives We do not intend to be UNDEKSOLU octl9 2t and to nur customers we say we will An Ohio magistrate has decided Hint of Dr Fosters uud he called to his supper was spread immediately after the give you full value for every ilnllur in Â¬ assistance the other gentlemen There ceremony The couple left on Mondavi it is not an assault for a teacher tu wash Wallace wants lo see you at lii shoe vested with u and we urge you to arid would doubtless have been entered a and will take in the Atlanta Fair on their a childs mouth out with soap aud give us an early call octlO 4t Mr Greene is a prominent water to cure it of lyingnud discharged store on Main street serious protest by the tiio If tiey had way home known thtir names were to appear in planter and merchant in sooth western the pedagogue arrested for It A large anthracite coal stove for sale B cheap at J C Lyters store room connection with the case as it is con Â¬ Georgia He came here a year ago to Hon J Randolph Tucker has been At McKkes Old Stand sidered unprofessional but we take the vWit Mr Cyrus T Welk and buy a lot of retained for the defence iu the case of octl9 2t June 22 9ni liberty because they deserve vast praise mules for lm plantation met Miss Todd the Chicago Anarchists and is in New The best bargains ever offered In ur undertaking and sueeesslully con Â¬ quite a pretty and attractive girl and the York iu consultation with Gen Roger Clothing can now be had nt J C Ly- Â¬ ducting to rare and hazardous a per Â¬ acquaintance resulted m above set forth A Pryor his associate counsel ters Call and see him before you formance DibD CLAUnr SMITH octl9 2t CO By an explosion of gas iu the Rein buy 20 eclte mines near Madisonvllle In FnrriB Parti I will sell anything in my store for Virgiline infant daughter of B and miners were Injured some of them Mr French Tinton editor or TriB Ada less than it can be purchased for else- Â¬ HAVE OPENED A NEW died at their home in Rich seriously Jouett One man while attempting Climax Richmond Kentucky mode mood KyM on Monday October 17th where J C Lytek escape fell into a pit and was drow- Â¬ to The International an agreeable call on oct 19 2t 1SS7 ned Monday last Mr Tipton was on his Money saved is money made aud Sally Doty daughter of J V Doty first vWt to the North western Slates Grant Houston brakeman ou a fast at the home of her parents mail train while waving his handker- Â¬ chickens saved from the ravages of aii J being at the boUMlary onnoluiletl died of croup by Ganters Chicken Cholera onWest Main Street They carry to run over to Eee wlmt Her Majestys in Fort Worth Texas on Saturday Oc- Â¬ chief at his sweetheart at Straughus cholera a general line of year of her age This statlou Ind was struck on the head by Cure are equivalent to chickens raised domain looked like He Is immensely tober Sth in the 7th This remedy is sold and guaranteed by Jjleabed with the Red River Valley and is the second daughter that has died since an iron crane alongside the track and Willis Stockton of the parents from this fatally hurt thinks lus readers will accuse him of the removal county to Fort Worth Munehauseuism when they read his J C Lytersays his slock of clothing Gamble of Ivorydale near Proctor acc JUu3 of the nrarle country and the Mrs Eliza Smith died at the home of Cincinnati made the first semi anuual must be sold Call ami see him for a vast wheat fields to be seen here Mr her son John Speed Smkli in Richmond payment of dividends to their employes bargain oct 19 2t Stoves and 10 Oeilirigs 15 T on resdes in the famous Blue grass Ky on Friday October 14th 1887 in tlie Thursday Wallace The profit sharing plan rejijii of Kentucky noted for Its flue 90th year of her age The funeral oeeur- was adopted last spring SO 10543 was Groceries choice C C Wallace at Burglns old eland htrse8 and great runners aud trotter ed from the Baptkt church on Monday distributed ou Main slreet formerly C F Mober They have the newest and best good goods He Han exceedlnclv neaaut and well and the burial in the Richmond cemetery and will sell for CASH at the lowest r Boston Corbett the slayer of Wilkes Ieya place hai a fresh and excellent prices v Informed Keutleman with a nileasluc Mrs Smith wa ths mother of Rev Mr Smith Jn a practical tinner of Booth the assassin ol President Lin- Â¬ stock of Boots and Shoes of great Southern accent that travel and Inter Green Clay Smith Dr C C Smith Everything from French several years experience aud he wll coln has been taken to the Kansas In variety course with the Nnrtheuers since the Hon J Speed Smith Mrs Talbott of sane Asylum us u hopeless lunatic and calf down to heavy brogan French do all kinds of tin work rooting and wah has failed to ellace Like most Tennessee and Mrs David S Goodloe of repairing in the best style nt lowest broad tne London pointed toe high rates Julyi3 tf Iune22 tf SouUieners lie speaks of the colored Lexington the last named being the a guardian has been appointed to take heel low heil narrow bottom broad charge of his property people as nlgRers but unlike many mother of Hon Wm Casshis Goodloe bottom High prices low prices looks upon the future of that abused ex Minister to Belgium Maj Green Clay Hon Tnomas C Manning United optlO 41 wa Buutt T2ACTION end PORTABLE EHGIHE3 of all siies The fxaeoa and despised race as rather brighter Goodloe of the Marine service son in law States Minister to Mexico died at the Go i TSwSifSaSSi than in former veara anil rpnnrts that of Senator James B Beck Dr DaviJ S Fiaii Avenue Hotel In New York wjiviutwtiuan oiAwnniHiumoAff Clrcnlars lfuiiltn Agents n Write for Free they are making fair progress In edn- - and Judge Speed S Goodloe I XT 2i- - wanted aVL Mrs Smith Wedueydiiy n wekss illness after ROBINSON CO jcaoM and tlier mntlprs Mr Tin-- had six other children She was the sis Thomas B Connery formally of she iKlchmondx The Bonds issued in payment of sub inuuno t Now U tlie time for fall and winter scription of Madison county to Louisville a guest at the Unwell Hawse ter of Gen Casius M Clay cx Minister New York Herald will it is expected Give me a suit w 1 tlie Gateway City He left on tt Russia the Ute Hon fSrutus Clay of be named to succeed Judge Manning faction My workcll as I guarantee satis and Nashville Railroad due in February good as that of April July and October iSSr and iSSS 1 -- Ay for a trip over the Manitoba Bourbon and Mrs PauKnc Rodcs de- Â¬ He Is now in the City of Mexico acting any other tailor will be paid on maturity at the Madison excrfon as far as Fort Bulord M011- - ceased of Madison county She had five as during the ab Yours Respectfully National Dank Richmond Ky tftLa Mlutclii Tnlarnlliiiil was the sence of the Minister other brothers and sisters She G SCHAFHAUSEN C D CHENAULT Com TIT octt9 4t Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld liii 4 50 4 00 Site may be seen on the wall at the Win- Â¬ 3 00 chester National Bank Every lot is plainly numbered and its 3 65 3 00 exact size and location is shown 2 25 The work of grading the streets has already beun and the work of Macad- Â¬ amizing them by the city authorities pur3 75 suant to ordinance already passed will 3 50 immediately follow 3 00 Alt purchasers are required to plant 3 25 shade trees in front of their lots and this 2 50 with the wide avenues and imposing Col- Â¬ 2 00 lege buildings will make the loveliest res1 50 idence quarter of tlie city already beauti- Â¬ fied by the elegant houses of Mehsrs Witherspoon Johnson Beckner McClure 2 60 and others 2 35 The lots will be shown by us upon ap2 2 plication 2 25 Payments given if desired 1 Â¬ Bteht Down J O JLj Y P T Ts1j R you can buy as much for 5 cash as you On Account of Bad Health is can for S10 on a credit You have to pay dear for your little timeso always go to the Store that CLOSING OUT and HIS IMMENSE STOCK OF SELES TQll CASS ONLY you will find out that you can buy a whole lot of Goods for a little money CO Â¬ w ooo ASK FOR THE F-Oeme- READY MADE EYERYTHING IS VERY LOW Iff Â¬ G ING c but you wont find it out in a Credit Store self only go to a Cash Store and convince your- Â¬ HOW CHEAP YOU CAU BUY HOW Now is the time to make your purchase WILLIS Call and he will SEW FIRM c ri F CLOTHING HI Dry Goods sp U argama Flannels il i XJIKSS STOCK Shawls Sizes That Must Go vercoats Jeans Blankets g5All persons indebted to me must OFAll oos I mean business nr1 t I have a full and complete stock of HiTS call and settle as J C LYTER BEST GrOOBS es -- 4f u IN- ktx and a whole lot of Goods at prices to astonish you All wool Tricot Cloth 37ic per yard All wool Plaid Flannel 25c per yard Silk Velvets in all colors 75c per per yard Â¬ CLOAKS for Ladies Misses and Children at Bottom Â¬ pos W oaso Prices I am simply over stocked must reduce same WHITE the largest stock in the city and I am goEmbossed Gold Paper worth 81 ing to sell them way down I never know Finest reduced to 50 cents what it is to miss a sale Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced Â¬ SO NOTE THE PRICE etg Shoes dRuhbsrg U to 30 cents 15 cents Mce Papers worth 25 cents reduced to CLOTHING Ir Hardware Store for Men and Boys Overcoats in all styles Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced to Odd Coats Odd Pants Odd Vests for half price to get rid of them 10 cents Hardware Tinware Everything at REDUCED PRICES Â¬ REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at cents per Bolt and on at cents and a great many per Bolt Call early in order to get selec- Â¬ ous to mention tions as are bound to go quick at prices goods named HATS AND CAPS other articles too numer- Â¬ I have a house full of GEO M WILLGING And Cash Will Euy Them Cheap Come for Bargains to the Cheapest Store in Richmond The Palace Dry Goods Clothing and Shoe House of TiLSLtQRSXSr Maflison Bonds fSSSSaJiSIerPeasMaau1an1 Â¬ vs Â¬ Charge-de-Affal- rs Â¬ oct 19 lOt F C HAYS l Kg77 FUNERALS An Undertaker Speaks of the Prog rets Made In Ills Calllnff It is only within a very- - few yoars tkat there has been any reform in the manner of conducting funerals said Mr E H RoEerts A few years ago the badness was conducted in a most disagreeable way Ferinstaooe if ice was to be chapped it was done in frost of the house before the taournors I suppose you remember the old MODERN STORY OF A LAWN MOWER tVby Deacon Sharpley lias to litre a Mao to Cat 111 Grass QUEER WRIGGLING PETS The Live Ornaments Worn by Some Whim Â¬ sical Society Women ABOLITION OF PERFUMES Fashionable Women Who Fonr Sweet Smelling Fluid la their Ears is a pleasure to note that the in It discriminate uso of perfumes amongj members of the fair sex is rapidly deÂ¬ creasing and that the woman who cm ploys triple extracts with which to sprinkle herself has become the excep- Â¬ tion rather than the rule Like every thing else perfumes may be legitimate or not according to circumstances Delicate odors such as violet helio- Â¬ trope or orris root aro always permis- Â¬ sible just aS patchouly and musk aro always to be shunned In any event perfume in tho shape of sachet powder is to bo preferred to liquid extracts if we except ono or two English prepara-Â¬ tions This subtle delightful scent was first used by tho Princess of Wales and later by Mrs Langtry until it finally became tho rage Tho chemist has made a fortune A meanwhile peculiar custom with fashionable women is to pour one or two drops of perfume intotheir cars Nobody now Â¬ adays ever thinks of putting perfumes on a handkerchief or rubbing it on ones hands Laces underwear rib- Â¬ bons note paper gloves and all small articles of dress aro made fra Â¬ grant by large sachet bags that are of a size corresponding to the bureau or dressing tablo drawers These bags are composed of silk and lined with raw cotton upon which tho powder is This in addition to a very spread moderate use of a faint suggestive odor such as the wood violet for in- Â¬ stance is all in the way of perfume that is allowable by a really refined woman Parisian dressmakers have a way of sending perfumed gowns to their customers A strange feature connected with this fashion is the fact that the odor remains forever A lady of this city having purcKlsetl a costume whose cvi ry fold breathed the most delicious perfume sent an order to Paris for a sample of the scent cm The dressmaker forwarded ployed to her bj express a small bottle of ord- Â¬ inal looking sachet powder Accn-pan3-iit was a bill to the amount ot 40 The lady paid the money but since then ha gervarally inquired the price of things before ordering A Y Mail and Express ng p facts forfarmers y A fashkwed serew rammed down into the coffin with a screw driver half a yard long to the horror of the grief strickee family Formerly some friend or member of tlie family supervised tho iHBeral arrangements la this age a faaeral director relieves the family of all the painful cares of preparation In notifying the bearers I use an on graved form or invitation inviting tho person addressed to serve giving date and hour and requesting an oarly answer Before the hour for tho eervioes the hinges cf the doors aro oiled to prevent any noise A colored man waits on the door in a full drees suit of black with white necktie and black gloves It is bis plaee also to take the hate of the bearers and put them ia the carriages set aside for them la this way the hands of the bearers are left free and it also leaves the M of the casket unincumbered with them As the bearers arrive they are taken aside and fitted with gloves and low silk caps and crape fastened oc the arm In cold weather each car- Â¬ riage is provided with hot soapstones Matting k laid from the carriage te the grave In hot or stormy weather a canopy extends from the carriage to the grave and the earth around tho grave is covered with fresh ever Â¬ greens or flowers concealing it from the view of the mourners This last feature is especially necessary Why Pve known persons perfectly calm during the home services to shrink aad fatat at the sight of the dirt heaped up realising for the first time that their dead was to be buried from their sight Ia a well regulated fun Â¬ eral every carriage must be drawn in Â¬ to be at a proper distance from the others This prevents the procession from looking straggling and diseon nsotod The modern caskets an much more artistic than those form Â¬ erly used For young people white cream pale blue navy blue and a moonlight shade jnst off white are the correct thing either of plush or cloth Slate and purple are used for gentlemen to a considerable extent General Grants casket was of iwrple plush with a metallic lining and sil Â¬ ver mounting It had round corners Detroit Tribune with a cable corA have Say we go snucks on one I told him I thought it was a good idea and would go in with him on a ma- Â¬ chine He said he would manage the purchase and would tell me how much half the cost was So I let him go on and buy the lawn mower and he brought a receipted bll for 1250 in his own name I gave him the 625 and left the machine and the receipt in his hands About two weeks after that rd seen the deacon shoving the lawn mower around in his yard in great style in the meantime I thought my grass had got up enough to warrant cutting and I went over to the deacons to get the machine The deacon was out they said but the lawn mower wa down at Mr Smiths I thought it was a little queer that the deacon had lent our machine but I went down to Smiths and got it I thought they looked a little cross when I took it but 1 took it just the same and mowed my lawn Next night the deacon came and got it again and mowed away a while in his back yard A few days after that I thought it was about time to mow once more and went ovor to No the deacons after the machine machine anywhere around I asked at the back door Wheres the lawn mower Mr Smith came and got it a little while ago said the deacons daughter Mr Smith What business had he with our machine I didnt ask but I trotted down to Smiths I found FLOODS WHITE BOUDOIR Smith very complacently oiling the A Cergrous Apartment Furnished in lawn mower and apparently getting it I roryt field and SHk The most important example of in Â¬ ready for action Weil said L I came ovor after terior decorative work designed re- Â¬ cently iu Xew York goes to enrich the that lawn mower but as you seom to San Francisco home of ex Senator J be getting ready to use it I suppose I B Flood A house with a height of can wait-Hum said he I guoss the deacon only two stories is the basis for this and I keep it pretty busy covered with fire flies each of which Louis XV and Rococo magnificence So it seems says I kind of sarcas- Â¬ was caught by a dolicate silver wire With more costly arrangements ia and held so thnt its light was plainly other divisions the boudoir in ivory tically Well we have got to get our seen The effect of this display was and gold on the second floor is of a worth out of it you know magnificent tho living lights gleaming character to engage special attention mone3s This room which opens from a hall says he and twinkling like so many diamonds That struck me as a mighty queor In the North fire flies havo been m English oak arranged as a picture remark and I couldnt help saying I often used by ladies to decorate their gallery connects two bed rooms The should think youd want to own one hair at night and a famous fop of reached from opposite sides yourself wood work is in enameled cherry Mexico always wore a number about Well sas ho looking up a little his sombrero wainscot throe and a half feet The curious walking with a stiCks mantis and the walking leaf high a border of the wool with its suqrised I own half of this one You tfott own half of this saysT are sometimes used in the countries in gilded decoration marks also the di Â¬ This astonished vision between wall and cove which thej arc found as decorations Why certainly says he Doacon Not only is the living beetle used but band is oa a line and uniting with the upper section of the dour frame which Sharpley and I bought this lawn mower dead beetles are m de into studs and bears thedis4Metioa of a handsome together pins the rich Brazilian green varieties I toll you that took me completely being most valued piece of earved work In Europe or down The deacon had deliberately rather Northern Africa the scarabeus The walls are covered by hangings of satin damask laid off plain showing a played us off one against the other is csteomed s nd models in stone aro floriated scroll pattern in tints of blue and liad got me to pay for one half the used as seals and charms Thousands machine aid pearl a continuous lattice work ing to getand Smithofthe othercalculat of these objects arc sold Jo tourists as the use it to mow all his having been found in graves and tombs with a vine running all through and the figures of dancing eupids breaking own grass for nothing If he had boon when in reality they were manufactur- Â¬ through at intervals Above is a mold Â¬ as cautious as he was sharp aud kept ed in Now England it is needless to ing indicating an oval and connected the machine in bis own barn or olse mention the State for this trade with spandrels filled by wreaths By insised on going after ithimself I sup Â¬ In Colorado I saw a cowboys som- Â¬ introduction of a colonnade an pose he might have kept going that brero decorated with the stuffed skin the open sky effect is produced in the ceil- Â¬ way But since weve found it out of a rattlesnake the latter being used ing with its height of eighteen feet Smith and I getalong hrst ratc but the instead of a hatband I presume that The perspective in which the balus Â¬ deacon has to hire an Irishman to mow the wearer was Rattlesnake Bill Snake skins arc extremely fashionable trade surrounding this central oval is his grass with a scythe And thats the reason why I think when made into belts and bags and as treated is enhanced by the added adornment of tines trailing over the the deacon ought to carry a bell punch book covers they are not unattractive when he takes up a collection Dont So with sharks the skin of certain rait A distinctive feature of the room is You think it would be a good scheme Aarietios is used for a number of pur- Â¬ Motion Transcript poses as belts pocket books book-Â¬ in the forming of two wall brackets or cabinets jn framing of ivory and gold binding etc It is curious that fish REFORM IN JAPAN with delicate lines in brass work form- Â¬ scales are not used more in decoration ing a border inclosing beveled glasses American Ideas Gaining a Strong root Some are remarkably beautiful espec-Â¬ around a crater mirror The ftirnitura hold in That Country ially those of the tarpon which look Americans have a general knowledge more like a trade dollar than anything of Louis XV style is upholstered in silk lampas with exquisite bright fignr that there have lately been groat re-Â¬ else tho silver having been seeming- Â¬ The forms in Japan but it is not so well ly poured upon them They arc some-Â¬ Ings on a pearl tinted ground door way hangings are of plush in a known that the lives of the present times mado into chatelaines and I have pineapple shade richly embroidered and late Mikado together form one of heard of a dado being made up of them in applique and with silks of different tne most startling chapters in modern The tarpon is rightly named the silver history Only thirty seven years ago king and is the most beautiful of all shades and ribbons in combination The covering of a white table at one Japan was not really an empire it its kind a gleaming mass of silver and side is made to correspond A crystal could hardly be said to have a central the type of agility and power Cor The ancient political San Francisco Call chandelier hung above the doorway is government supplied with candles to illumine so sjsteni had completely broken down SUGGESTIVE FACTS fair a scene in a fortunate mans and nothing else had taken its place habitation X Y Cor Burlington At Tokio the T3 C0011 held his court Rev Jllppoljtus Smoothtexts Model An but his power was weak and local at JlatokcfC nlversary Sermon Kizoto the Mikado had even less power Last Sunday Rev Hippolytus Smooth AN EXPENSIVE There was political chaos By tho op Â¬ text B A of the Church of St Sleep- Â¬ CITY eration of the old feudal S3stcm the ers preached an anniversary sermon tVhy Men ofSmaH Incomes Should Steer Daimios or local nobles had attained which we can commend to all pastors Hoar of Washington As a rule none hut rich or very poor a practical independence each ruling who are given to preaching anniversary ought to accept an office of any kind hisown territory despotically in short Sermons as a model of its kind True The rich can spend Japan was a loose and almost lawless it did not possess that unfathomable in Washington This is no place to de-Â¬ dopth of bottomless profundity and money the very poor are not expect- Â¬ confederacy ed to do so but the men of moderate scribe the series of masterly measures limitless breadth of encyclopedical eru- Â¬ means small incomes who have been by which the Mikado destroyed the dition so characteristic of the discursive suffice it that it expositions of Rev Fhiletus Dobbs D accustomed to son e of the luxuries of local sovereignties life are very fortunate if they mako was thoroughly done the Daimios D but nevertheless taken all in all it and may be considered a model anniversary their salaries and their expenses meet were thoroughly disarmed of Japan sermon empire Senator McCeeery who some years the revived Especially instructive and entered on an extraordinary era of suggestive were the statistics which so ago represented Kentucky in Congress was reputed to have saved 60000 out progress English and American ideas far as we have observed were of a kind Even the Eu- Â¬ never before introduced in a discourse of 75000 that he received in salaries were rapidly adopted But he lived in the utmost frugality ropean dress was introduced though of this nature and it is to this model There was a cheap hotel in George- Â¬ travelers with an eye to artistic effect feature of the sermon that we desire town whose rates were 7 a week for think the Japanese ladies have lost moro especially to direct the attention of boattl and lodging and there Mc than they gained by the reform young ministers who havo yet to make A serious attempt was even made to their mark in anniversary efforts Creerr lived Ha would walk frem this place to the capltol and back introduce the English language by Rev Hippolytus Smoothtcxt B A in every day thus saving a dollar or so reason of its greater convenience in reviewing the work of his pastorate a week in car fare and his personal writing but the learned men soon de-Â¬ stated among other things that he had Nono cided that tho irregularities of English during the year of his Christian min Â¬ expenses were insignificant- of his safctry went to hackmen to spelling and grammar more than offset istry just closed preached 101 sermons the other advantage Japan is already 18 mortuary discourses solemnized 21 Seriate to Wormley or Chamberlin he never played poker and never went known to us almost as well as tho hymeneal ceremonies delivered 17 to the theater and when he quit Con Â¬ countries of Europe and their appre- Â¬ lectures of which 16 were on secular gress he had enough to live ou for tho ciation of Americans grows with ac Â¬ and all the others on religious sub- Â¬ quaintance They honored General jects made 32 addresses of which all but rest of his days A topresenlative from one of tho Grant as thov- had never done any for Â¬ 27 were on matters most nearly touch Â¬ New England States has served twelve eigner and on that occasion the Mikado ing the1 vital religious concerns of the years and is believed to have saved for tho first time appeared inpublic church had read aloud in public 156 S40080 of the 60000 salary hehad an astounding innovation in Japan chapters of tho Bible 149 of which wcro Soon after ho publicly awarded tho very long onesj had made pastoral received But his habits were simple he boarded at a second rate heteL his prizes at the Japan univorsity aud since calls 12 Taken tea on such occasions family remained si home itnd he spent then has lived much like the TOonarchs 312 times distributed 804 tracts visit- Â¬ his evenings playing whist whoa at of Europe Harrisburg Telegraph ed the sick several times sat on the s m leisure and had no more expensive platform at temperance and other pubÂ¬ A party of Japanese havo bought habit than the taking of a suigV toddy lic meetings 47 times had the headache four hundred acres of land in theifoot Sabbath morning and so compelled to jnst t bed ti me Calaveras was obliged to hills near Cainpo Seco A Missouri member appear before his people in a condition County Cal ahd they propose to irri Â¬ decline a renomi nation 6omc t our fears pain nervous prostration of gate through a mining ditch from tho andphysical distress that utterly unfitted bodOy ago because he found that in spite of a all be could do be was running behnd Mokelumne river and convert it into him for public preaching 104 times 3000 or 4000 oaoh year though ho tea farm It is said that Japanese havo picnics attended 10 dinners 37 suf- Â¬ with tea in the vicinity fered from attacks of malignant dys Â¬ praoticod law in his vacations Phila- Â¬ experimented and proved n success delphia Pres pepsia 37 times read 748 hymns in Â¬ Â¬ A young man in Icominstcr caught structed the choir in regard to selec It hash ion osti mate that a pair a rat in a trap and then invited hiii tion of tunes 1 time had severe colds of wrons destroy at least 603 insects a friends in to sec his dog kill it The 104 times sore throat 104 times ma- Â¬ day Thar dt this to xrreaevate their rat sought safety by running up tho laria 104 times had written 3120 systems Buff do Courier young mans trousor lqg as soon as pages of sermons declined invitations -- to tea 1 time started the tunes in liberated and is still alive prayer meetings 2 times started tho A Sa Jose CU are apricot Ireei Every tree is subject to a disÂ¬ wrong tune 2 times sang hymns that that benr from one thousand te flftocD nobody else knew 2 times received said a speaker in a ease haadred pounds of fruit each - What ailment can into church membership 3 dismissed convention asked the chair Â¬ by letter 49 expelled 16 strayed or fcas paid n aole nn you find on an oak iA Jbara hi stolen A eorn was tho triumphaa ths aitiiirfaeu mie rat iva man SlBurtUe in Uretktlra wlok Eagle reply BotUrt Vlole jasre than the faco of the papes --fruit-growers I tell yon what said a suburban friend of the Listenor as conductor oamc around bearing par Â¬ ticularly big and imposing boll punch theres a deacon In qur chnrci that ought to be made to cafryyine ofthoso things when he makes his collections if ever any body ought to be mado to wear one Why What has the deacon done 111 tell you the- Whole story and when Ive done I want to know whether if it had occurred to you it wouldnt have decreased your confi- Â¬ dence in somebody You sec I lire next door to Deacon Sharpley and my yard is separated from his just by a light picket fence I was hacking away at the grass on my little lawn tho other night with 1 grass hook I was just finjshing theMob and won derin - whether I shoutjl ever he rich enough to swell out with a lawn mower when the deacon came out and leaned over the fence See here said he youre getting quite a lawn here and so am I We dont either ot us have quite enough business for a lawn mower but together Ave might - One of tho Kings of Franco had a cob wchKCoat and tho ladies of tho day wore gorgeous spiders in their lofty hats and to judge from Appearances tho California horned toad is coming said a Los Angeles into fashion Why jeweler Simply because a ladygimfflh Ihr store the other day and left orders to have a gold band put around the horncdtoad she brought in and to havo it locked with a small gold padlock attached to a chain and pin and though did not ask any questions I assume that the animal ia to be a hat ornament I have heard of such thingc before The other day continued the speaker I saw a man take his watch from his pocket and upon the end of the double chain dangled a small but frisky horned toad So it is evident that tho little animals are in fashion Tho varioty of uses to which animals arc put living or dead is somewhat as-Â¬ allowed to Bees should not find honey outside tho hivos as it in tices robbing and also causes them to bo attack people Tho white of an egg boaton to a stiff froth whipped up with thu juice of ono lemon and takon half hourly will relieve hoarseness and soreness of bo chest Preaching economy the Kew England Farmer thinks has become monotonous yot on tho farm as else- Â¬ where waste takes moro than storms frosts and insects Tho dropping- from sheop are highly cniicjntratcd and should be carefully saved the best mode of so C ing being to mix them witn tho corn posit heap- If the meat in the barrel shows any signs of taint take it out of the barrel wash in clean water and put it in new brine firat cleaning the bar- Â¬ rel thoroughly Strain buttermilk through a sieve to separate it from the buttor granules This is easily dono with a barrel churn as tho sicvo is put under tho J tounding and loshion often dictates usagos that othorwiso would be rcpug nant to tho refined taste Wearing nvnjj nmmais upon uic ucaugear is no new thing is in fact as old as anything Lizards were worn upon the head by an- Â¬ cient Egyptians the curious gecko be- Â¬ ing tho one most commonly used and in India to day native women fasten largo living butterflies upon their hair Some years ago a young woman ap- Â¬ peared at a fashionable Newport hotel and when out upon the drive wore upon hor riding hat an enormous slow moving beetle that like the horned toad referred to was fastened to a pin by a chain and padlock I after- Â¬ ward saw this unfortunate insect in a jewelers at New York where it had beon laid up for repairs It was a most disagreeable object but ate its supply of sugar as if it enjoyed life Its owner succeeded in advertisng her-Â¬ self whether this was her object or not but all pets come to grief in the end and this proved no exception It so happened that tho wearer went to an ontertaiment out of town one even- Â¬ ing and to astonish the natives wore the big beetle upon her hat During the performance the insect probably being aroused by tho light or heat be Â¬ gan to walk about and caught the eye of a countryman sitting behind who not up to the vagaries of fashion hoarsely whispered so that it was heard Excuse me miss but theres all over a bug in your bonnet and forthwith dashed the unfortunate beetle to the ground ending its career then and there In Southern countries fire flies are often utilized for decorative purposes by the ladies of fashion being espe- Â¬ cially adapted for garden parties at night and probably the most remark- Â¬ able costume ever seen was worn by a Cuban lady at an entertainment a few years ago It was a bal masque and part of the flooring was laid in tho open air the bright moonlight being She quite sufficient for all purposes appeared as Night and was almost Farm Journal Experience is a good teacher but her rates of tuition are high Ob- Â¬ who servation is another toaohor could take the placo of oxperioncc in many cases at much loss expense buttermilk plug Western Plowman Whon tho granary is emptied clean it out thoroughly and give it ail the benefit of air and sunlight that it can have This should bs surely done before the new grain is put in Grasses are tho most universally diffused of any of the flowering plants extending to all portions of tho globe even where the earth is bare of snow only for a few weoks in tho year The gross family includes Indian corn and all of our small grains as well as thoso The Farm- Â¬ termed grosses by frtrmcrs and Manufacturer No soil without tho prosenco of vogotation matter in some form is or The presence of can be pnidactivc vegetable matter lamns opens the soil lets in air perm ts the free pass er THE TIGER BEETLE Ono ol the Most Strong and Ferocious of Ithode Island Insects The tiger beetles or Cicendolas aro among our most showy insects They rival indeed the famous diamond beetle of Brazil so often worn as an ornament They arc found more com Â¬ where their monly in sandy regions lively movements at once attract at- Â¬ tention TI1C3 arc very hard to catch usually wc bring them down by fling- Â¬ ing at them a handful of sand They arc tigers in all their conditions prc datorj and ferocious Certain ver3- - common holes about tho Warwick plains for a long time inter- Â¬ ested us As wo traveled along we would notice tho sudden disappearance of some creature into a tube like open-Â¬ ing in the ground When at the top of it the surface of the earth would appear as usual A regular snare is laid for the unwary tho victims being gen- Â¬ erally ants The holes which I havo seen a foot deep are made b3 the larvaj of the tiger beetles In these they rest sage of moisture and henco gots tho soil thoroughly aoratcd Without this in a greater or less degree no field is fruitful Rpfcrring to tho practice of hold- Â¬ ing butter in cold storage for a riso in price tho American Cultivator says Thero is very little encouragement for dairymen to speculate in butter In tho long run it provo3 to bo tho best policy for tho producers to sell their butter about as fast as mode It never improves iu condition aftor this point It is remarked that tho time tc select potato seed is when digging tho crop That like produces like all admit and it is only reasonable to infer that those hills which are the fullost of de Â¬ sirable potatoes are tlu ones to save When the right hill is found save every tuber thit is large enough for seed This method gives tho best chance foi not only keeping up but improving tho quality of tho crop Breeding front tho best is a much more reasonable and promising method than a random selection from the pile at sorting time Tho best hills aro discovered only at horvost time and thou is the only time they can bo selected for seed St Louis Republican MOVABLE One Thau RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL Pidty belongs to tho wise and is a great promoter of happiness Sinoo 1852 sovont3 five Jiandwioh Islanders have gono as foroign mission Â¬ aries Tho univorsity students in Gor mony now number 28000 In 1867 they numbered 13400 Trinity church Now York City will erect a mission building at 209 Fulton street five stories high to cost 400000 A writer in the Nineteenth Century proposes the establishment of a well endowed kitchen college for the sys- Â¬ tematic training of domestic sorvants In the morning when you awake accustom yourself to think first upon God and something in ordor to Hi3 servico and at night let Him close thine C3cs Jeremy Taylor Gain a little knowledge every day How small a thing one fact in a da3 is ono fact onlj- - one Ten 3ears pas3 by Three thousand six hundred and fifty facts arc not a small thing Thoro arc sevent six guilds in London endowed 113 wealth3 benefac- Â¬ tors for the benofit of different trades The annual income of these endow ments amounts to SI 000 COO Chcago Advarce In 3 ielding to ono temptation tho way is opened for so many nothing will serve us da3 b3 day but a humble trust in Him who is able to keep us from falling and earnest striving to watch as well as pray Rural New Yorker The New York Chinese Mission has betweon 4000 and 5000 Celestials in its Sabbath schools About sixty have joined the voVious churches The first Sabbath school for these pcoplo was founded in New York eighteen years United Presbyterian ago It is said that the Christian natives of the South Sea islands prepare their Sunday food on Saturday Not a fire is lighted neither flesh nor food is baked nor a tree is climbed nor a jounicj- - b3 land undertaken on Gods holy day Indianapolis Journal Less than a score of years have passed since tho founding of the First Congregational Church in Springfield Mo and alrcad3 tho3 have a strong and flourishing college of conspicuous promise and five cliirchos with an ag Â¬ gregate memborsl ip of 554 Public Opinion During the past 3car from S70000 to 575000 have been raised from all sources for the College and Seminary of the Reformed German Church at Lancaster Pa For the Nevhi Memo Â¬ rial 40000 is needed for tho endow- Â¬ ment of the Alumni Professorship 820000 and for tho chemical labora- Â¬ tory 20000 AT Y Witness Like those fair New England lakes greened around with meadows of translucent depth and silver sand on whoe surface armies of white lilies golden crowned unfold to the sun so All the Christians heart should be its feelings and affections should open into life like those white lilies and deop amid the blossom petals should be seen the golden crown of love Beecher USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE Many piano doalers recommend cotton flannel for dusting pianos aa superior to any thing olse Plan wol nnd thoroughly culti Â¬ vate no moro land than you can culti Â¬ vate woll be faithful and trust for good in tho ond I FULL Mediator Or FUN - A devoted who voluntarily plaeetween the anvil and the hammer What is the worst tiling about inquire 1 tlo Sunday school riches superintendent And thu boy said individu il himaelf beÂ¬ t M LU AND or ULi Not having any BU3XDEB GOEJTR AGTOS Is prrpaicd to do all kinds of Brown soliloquizing at 2 a m If a bottle pennyroyal be loft un- Â¬ I wish all worU in tiie Bqgifcdi corked in a room at night not a mos- Â¬ quito or any other bloodsucker will bo languisbh wusspelt wish an ah it TU found there in the morning Scientific shsihomuch cashier to shay American To Cook Black Eyed Peas Boil one quart of tho peas in four quarts of water with four small onions a bunch cellery and a bit of lwcon or a ham bone Season to the taste Cincinnati Times While stock feeding is ono of the best methods of improving tho soft it would be folly for a man with no ex- Â¬ perience in feeding stock to embark hastil3 in such an enterprise for tho snko of the manure To tell cake in the oven never in sort a broom splinter but draw it gently forward and put tho oar close to the loaf if it is not dono there will bo a littlo sputtering sound Whon it is thoroughly baked there will be no sound A simplo way to decorate a waste basket is to get bright and fanciful Bits A New York dudinc and contemplut 11 w terrible blw it wailorm ing building will do well to secure Tw cr thrc long ago did lie die an estimate from Mm yoars 1reneh Fhm Ofice at his residence on Ilallie A Chicago ho elul who was Irvine Street vorsd in tho mysterio f th dra-u-- i to lea being asked to call hi Joljr--t- f went within hearing f the lved It What lingering sire and fchume-i pa--1 -- by a pugappiwl a k Ana I re Â¬ a country railroad statiot AT THE MOST she quired to purchase a dog ticket Oh no 3o evi travel as an asked Rxchwtqe ordinary passenger The widows Speaking of the dear departed one l thorn remarked ami in the bust manner lie is a neer thoroughly educated Carpenter with emotion I shall n forget tiie date of hs de f rh a builder and tboee f CONTRACT aeeoTnpkl BUILDING A2D WORK ticket iifio of Reasonable Hates vr Japanese napkins and cover the basket with them Tie them with ribbons around the top of the basket and in the center also then let them hang Indian- Â¬ full and free at the bottom apolis Journal Rico Cream Wash and parboil one half pound of rice Drain and cook in one quart of white stock made from a knucklo of veal until soft run through a sieve add ono pint cream ono teaspoon salt a littlo pepper and one cup cooked asparagus tops Thin Christian with stock if necessary Union Thoro is just the same difference be Â¬ tween feeding for eggs or feeding for market that there is in fowling for loan meat growth or milk and feeding for fat The farmers wife often complains that hor hens will not lay The reason is they got all the corn they want and arc too fat Tho egg is composed largely of albumen and to produce it the hens must have albuminoids Boil a num- Â¬ Cold Deviled Eggs ber of eggs very hard when cold re- Â¬ move the shells and cut each egg in half Take out the 3olks ami pound them in a mortar with a few boned an- Â¬ chovies popper salt and a pinch of dry mustard moistening with a little but-Â¬ ter Fill the empt3 whites cut in halves with this mixture and arrange in a dish garnished with parsley Farm Field and Stockman Mrs Rose Teiiy Cooke say3 that if American women wish to be healthy the3 must learn to live iu fresh air She advises them to open their win dows wear flannel nightgowns and tako a jug of hot water to bed if the3 are cold but never to sleep with closed windows air all their clothes aud their room daily oat simple wholesome food wear boneless waists and button their skirts on them and take the heeLs off their boots To purif3 a room set a pitcher of water in the apartment and in a few hours it will havo absorbed all the re- Â¬ spired gases in the room the air of which will have liecome purer but the water utterly filthv The colder the water is tho greater the capacity to contain these gases At the ordinary temperature a pail of water will absorb a pint of carbonic acid gas and several pints of ammonia Tiie capacitv is nearly doubled b3 reducing the water to the tomporaturo of ico Hence water kept in a room for a while is unfit for use IN WHEAT Which Fasses Fanr a Through Three Distinct A The disease known as rust in wheat and oats is caused by a fungus called pHedniagraminis which has a most in teresting history Just as truly as the codlingmoth live during part of its life as a larva in the apple a second part as pupa under the Iwrk near the base of the tree and the third adult stage as a mature moth with wings so does this rust have throe distinct stages The black rust stage is tiie mature stage in which the black spores are produced that survive tho winter in the straw or stubble of wheat oats or some other grass plants In the spring those rest ing spores in some way got upon the leaves of barberrj ver3 probably on some moro common plants also and germinate producing is what known as tho cluster cups on that Tho cup like shrub formations on the surface of the bar bcrr3 leaf are full of minute spores which are carried b3 the winds some reaching tho grain These sporos Iodgo on tho rough surfaces of the blados and stems of tho wheat or oats and begin growth b3 sonding out a very minute and thread like mycelium as it is called which penotrates the plant and grows through tho tissue multiphing very rapid When the grain is nearly ripe tho mycelium pro-Â¬ duces yellowish spores near the sur-Â¬ face of tho leaves and stems which brenk through and stand out over the plant often making it look a reddish yellow and covering tho hands and clothos of those binding it by hand be fore the dew 13 oil in the morning These sporos fall to other- - parts of tho plant and grow thus aiding the rapid multiplication of tho thread like niy collumin filling the plant tissues Tho third or adnlt stage differs main ly in the kind of sporos produced over tho surfaco of the plant They are black instead of reddish or 3cllow They can be seen iu rows along the stem or loaves of lipo grain or stubble in fields that tore infestod Those black spores aro more dense than those produced in tho second or red stage and are calculated to live through tho winter and start a now generation by first living in the cluster cup stage in the loaves of tho barbery Tiie fact that the field of wheat was infested this year goos to show that thore was bar Â¬ berry or other plants upon which tho rust can piss its first stage The pres- Â¬ ent knowledge of this fungus is nrt clear enough t6 enable ono to deter mine how certainly it will reappear after having infested a field Unless wheat is b3 far the most profitable corn or somo othor paying crop should be grown next year The rust is said to work most rapidly in moist warm weather and tho amount of damage done will dopend greatly on the kind of season Praine Farmer A ho base craven p mimj MlhtT to thy Para- Â¬ Da haih vosperian graphed A Borer of Aiwtfher Snr Heaa to seUoa mm sca The Bat the His form rarefy darken roar door weU angar man U abroad ia Vta 1 tad And equally wilting to bore -- I B -- WEITHERFGBD DEALER IX KIJ5- - Whiskies Wines c First Street RichmondKy June 22 tf Exchange and wait for prey Let an ant ap- Â¬ BOARD FENCE proach tho opening and tho delusive snapall becomes terribly active Ho is snapped by two jaws as unyielding as fate The descent to Avernus is easy but no ant ever found his way back The heart shrinks from dwelling on It is possible however to plaj- it on these sometimes Like the young of tho genno homo they can be tickled with a straw Inserting one in tho hole or lair the crcaturo within get3 angry snaps at it and may be pulled up withal He can not pride himself on porsonal bcaut3 an ugly grub is he with a sort of hinge in his back a mal- Â¬ formed sour tempered naked looking We care not if we torment savage him Acting on which inquisitional principle wc stick him into the den of another fellow A duel ensues with- Â¬ out seconds and contrary to code It is a mere question of weight and agili One or other soon throws up the U3 sponge After all it is evidently not much fun to grub for ones living Apponang Cor Providence Journal - the tragedy subterraneous A NOVELISTS DOGS Attractive and Unattractive Animals Im- Â¬ mortalized by Dickens Of the man3 novelists who have tried their hands on canine character few have succeeded like Charles Dickens His dogs are as real as Mrs Gamp and as hearty as Mrs Pegotty They are not always amiable witness Jip snarl- Â¬ ing from his pagoda at David Copper field a cantankerous little brute Yet he was not altogether bad c3 nic though he was Like Wolscy his solitarj-- merit to love his mistress Having done so and con- Â¬ trived for himself a dramatic exit ho fulfilled his duty and deserved well of Tho savage brute that fol- Â¬ posterit3 lowed Bill Sikcs was another unattrac- Â¬ tive rcalit3 his naturalness not im Â¬ paired by the fact that he approxi- Â¬ mates both in the conduct of life and in his duplication of his masters in- Â¬ voluntary suicide to the accentuating class of humbugs But Dickens best dog and perhaps the best of all try dogs is Boxer in the Cricket on the Hearth That i3 a dog There is no paste board about him You can hear his bark as the carriers cart comes toward you through the fog can sec him circling round it dashing into houses by tho roadside to pa3 private visits of his own bounding on in ad Â¬ vance iylien lome is nearto give warn ing of his masters coming He is not a dog of high breeding it must be ad-Â¬ mitted The very freedom of his man- Â¬ ners his sociability and good temper aro proof of his plebeian descent But he is flesh and blood a dog one would like to shake hands with Printers ink and paper though ho bo and strongly- - bound in board we should hesitate to put bones within his reach or let a cat near the bookcase in which he reposes There is another good dog in Dombey and Son less phi- Â¬ lanthropic than Boxer but ith a con- Â¬ siderable sense of humor as shown by his proceedings in respect to Mr Toots- - trousers London Globe Nothing In bis lite Became bun like the leaviDgit It was iction A young couple in Hardin County Kyf wanted so much to get married in spite of parental opposition that they started from home on a recent Sunday afternobn walked in the broiling hot sun twenty miles across the country to Upton station where they caught a train late at night for Louisville When they arrived in JciTcrsonvillc they were so thickly covered with dust and coal soot that they were thought to be ne- Â¬ groes but they washed up and were married While Mrs Milton Yohn of Car- Â¬ narvon Pa was cooking beefsteak for dinner she beard a peculiar snapping and cracking sound proceeding from the jitovc She turned and stood spell- Â¬ bound at what she saw A snake was turning and twisting and frying in tho pan with tho beefsteak It writhed and contorted itself for a moment and then sunk into the skillet dead It is thought to be a warning to humc wives not to fry steak The fewer our wants the noaror we resemble the gods Socrates Rovonge is sweet but it leaves a bad taste in tho mouth Philadelphia Call Doubt others moro and yoursolf loss and you will have more back bone to soli Iomeroys Democrat How much better is the lovo that is read- - to die than the zonl that is Thomas T Lynch ready to kill All men try to get tho earth but tho earth gots them This is not a joke it is tho grave truth Peoria Trans- Â¬ cript Ma said Fred I should rather bo a wild turkey and live out on the prairies than be a tame turkey and be killed cvory year Many men have a knack of making and saving dollars but know abso-Â¬ lute nothing about the best things of this life Drovers Journal Good temper like a ummcr day sheds a brightness ovor every thing grain It is tho sweetener of toil and tho I have used this fence ten years and soother of disquietude N Y Herald have had very little repairing to do Always on top The hat Cham- Â¬ although it is set up and removed each pion City Times Always under foot year Tho panels are drawn to tho The shoe Ah ha Wo can do this field on tho hay rack 25 rods of fence sorto thing too Cincinnati Telegram at a load and removed on a light snow Dc Baggs Ponsonby mo boy what in November on a sled With boards do you do in this weather to keep cool only 13 feet in length it is a strong and Ponsonby Nothing De Baggs By secure fence I havo never seen a Jove 1 dont know but thats a good movabo fence set up without stakes or idea Pittsburgh Dispatch other fastening to tho ground that was They Were Both Shoers safe against wind and pushing of cattle Jones be keeps a blacksmith shop His wife a poultry pen With lumber at 10 per 1000 feet tho Jones be shoes the horse fence costs about 45 cents a rod and And his wife she shoes the hen witli fair usage will last a lifetime Whitehall Times Chis S Pice in Country Gentleman Up in the choir tho tenor was makÂ¬ ing lovo to tho soprano in muffled TYPHOID FEVER voice whilo the preacher waa waxing Youro Why It Prevails to a Greater Extent In cloquont in the pulpit below Winter Than In Summer a dear tho young man had whisperÂ¬ Discussing tho distribution of typhoid ed A doe rather tho soprano fever in Oldham Dr Niven tho medi- Â¬ smiled back Oh jes returned tho cal oflicur of health refers to the well tenor youre tho do fa mi She known tendency of this discao to pre- Â¬ killed him with a look The Farmer vail in tho colder rather than in tho and Manufacturer In the caso ot his warmer months A Michigan girl whilo picking district ho interprets it by explaining blackberrios mot a black bear among that thero is a general influence in the briers She turned to run and tore operation which is for the most part her dress on a brier so as to expose her combined with influoicos acting spe- Â¬ patent wiro bustle Tho bear mistak- Â¬ cially in the winter months That ing the bustle for circus cage struck general influence he describes ns cither for bill timber leaving tho girl to go the admission of sewer air into houses without hugging until a dry goods by means of defective drain arrange Â¬ clerk closed his store at nine oclock the ments or the action of polluted snUsoil next evening Kewman Independent water or the two combined Open It is a great gift to be born rich in doors and windows in summer tho eyes and oars Somo men have rcduco to the carried before them an endless proces Â¬ a minimum sils thus vesultiug But in the winter sion of beauty There are charms for injurious emanations aro drawn into Â¬ dwellings by the aid of internal warmth them where others perceive barrenness There is a concort in the air all ot tho fires and tho foul air is penned in by reason of closed doors and win Â¬ the time for thoso whose ears are tuned dows This explanation ha- - often aright-- Trees harp for them winds lwen refeiTcd to by various officers of roll their tones musically and birds and insects fill up the orchestra Ru- Â¬ health and tho circumstances described mvst be regarded as having an im ral Kew Yorker Servant to tho parson who is very ptrctant bearing both upon typhoid If you please sir the chor- Â¬ l v5r and other conditions of hsallh ill indeed Ventilation of bouses is as much needed ister is down stairs and wants to know ii vinter as In summer and we should if you wont give him the hymns for sorvico Parson ltito to sjo provided a byJaw which re Â¬ next Sundays Toll him thoro will bo no quires every homo to be built on a site feebly covered with a layer of good cement service I expect to bo jload before Servant oxit and re concrete verywher adopted and car Â¬ next Sunday ried out B3 such means alone con entor If 3011 please ho says then will the suction into fuellings of subsoil 3ou be kind cnougii to send down the hymns youd like sung at the funeral air which is always pan to suspcion Parson recovers much moro rapidly be prevented Lon loii Lancet than chorister Burdette Tho finest collection of butterflies thej Children Only in the world is snid to bo that at the Applicant I have had considerable Â¬ Johns Hnpkin University The collector of it is Herman S rocker a day experience with children maam and laborer who woiks nt stonr cntting never have any trouble in making and who dots his hunting after speci Â¬ them like me Mi3trcss Thnt is vqry important mens as ho must after night after Applicant And I am sure I would his days work is over get on nicely with our HlUc dog A S in Jose Cal bioytlist is hav maam Mistress stroking the anim d You Ing a niuchino made in the E igt with a nine foot wheel and which will run c would have nothing to do with Fido dear little felluwl He is my especial tnlle a tuiuutc charge Puck with Ordlnnry Usage Will Last a IjTe Tlmo Tho panels are 13 f jet iu length and are made of boards six l iches wide and 1 inches in tlrckncss Boards of the same thickness 4 inches wido and 4 feet in length aro used for the up Â¬ rights Throe inch wrought nails aro used and well clinched two at each placo of conta Three uprights aro used for eacli length The bottom board is nailed 15 inches from the ground and the two oth boards aro nailed on with 8 inch space between the boards making 4 feet in height It is set up in a straight line with the panels facing carh way alternately and tho uprights locking past each other thu holding all tight length- Â¬ wise Suitable stakes arc driven ono on each side whore tho panels lop and a cap of common annealed fonce cap wire placed tightly around thorn ab va the panols or shorter stakes IU03 bo used and the wire passed around tho stakes and- uprights and hooked together so as to bo easily re-Â¬ moved If holes are mado for tho stakes with a bar and tho stakes driven so as to stand Ann tho fence is secured against any ordinary wind and al- Â¬ though only three 6 inch boards aro used to tho length it is perfectly safe if set 6 feet away from corn or other Tho principal of an academy in New Jersey advertises in the city pa Â¬ per that he prepares lio3 s for bus or col Backward 003 3 taught pri If j ou have a boy who is a littlo slow in his gram or dilator in his rith or weak in his Lot that you want to rush for a bus posish or a profesh you should write a let to the princ of this acad for a circ and a cat containing The prols head terms and a curric is lev Burdelle WIT AND WISDOM each night policeman in E igland with a large dog It has been 1 matter of surprise to us that this has not been dono bofore It is d fficult to coinpiv hend how an officer can dog the steps of a criminal when he ha no dog Tho dog supplies a long felt watit Texas Sifting Thats right little boy said a kindly old lady to a lad who was trudging cheerfully along with a slate under his arm I like to see little boys who are studious awl theres a On your way to nickel for you Nom school replied the boy Me fodder pocketing tho nickel keeps a beor saloon an the old slates busted Im takin him a new one F Y Sun Wisconsin Man Talk about dry spells I toll you Wisconsin takes the Omaha Man cake thisyoar Pretty bad eh You remember the Lemon Yes wier river Used to be Jeep enough to float the Great Eastern Why you I didnt know that couldnt touch bottom nowhere Well a short time ago I went to look for that river and all I could see was a switching lot of foh in a moist Humph What their tails around were they switching their tails for Omaha World To keep the flies off George wasnt that queer about that woman having a man arrested for putting his arm around her she reÂ¬ marked during a lapse in the conver- Â¬ sation replied I dont know Ssems to me she might George have been 1 little milder Then there was another paue At length she in Â¬ terrupted it George she said soft- Â¬ Well Papa says the police Â¬ ly men on this beat are too worthless for any thing If I was to scream ever so hard I dont belL ve any of them would George pondered a little hear it and soon the conversation was nothing but a continuous lapse Washington It is seriously proposed to provide Cigars o fS 3Hara-z-KE-a- a j pl3 Mustang Linisnsii Siiatka 3mrwi Seal laahige Ssrtteae BhwtiiM Stings Bites Brrdfoa oi lsaias tc T- - sitcluj 61H1 Esau K Baetaear EIJcirts r C Z ftra javin S y- Oncbk THIS GOOD OLD ST MCMBpUstastarem fbodreart totH OBeofiteieamsforthegie tho Hastaas JJmtmnat l r- Csttsj r - appHeaMUt r Critic RUST I t DeUruoMve Charlos said a sharp voiced woman to her husband as they were The Mechanic Mad It traveling by railrou 1 Jo you know beadThe that you and I once had a romance in ThePlowrlilt e Igt a railway car Djnt yon remember The Parmer Mt it t i k that pair of slippers I presented to you oad his atock yard r tke D The SwfbcTit the Christmas before wo were married it in Kberal wrpply ttlualwl tcrr Yoq remember how nicely they fitted aartb I- IThe Sarse faaciev dont you Well Charles one day Mend aaI safest rcluiare The SlaeknrraweT nc4 I It when we were going to a picnic you tanfttwrtiTi dollAra xntl a g t I of had 3our feet up on a seat ami when The Kalrnad mmm bcc3 H you werent looking I took your locsuhlaUffUaPWBdof v The Bacfcwo ai aaa beV imeasure But for that pair of slippers In aarlaoat for tHI dont believe wed ever been mar- Â¬ laaaLI It at aa wakra aarroaru t and comfort ried A young unmarried man sit- Â¬ The Xercaaat uaaa ttaJxt ting near by immediately took down Bk ni iliijim awaiTBtirin t- -t Ilinn mi the anataag LlnlMtt o his feet from a seat N Y Ledger Keen a Battle ta ah Dae BwuMfietdi snt It In rase The LarafctraM The Ileiisewtfh aerds it for The CnsaWr aetds it nr hs It na - -- 1 A USEFUL GUILD to Adopt Dlemllng -- as a lrofesion Two years ago the New Century guild of Philadelphia undertook the exporimont of bringing woman and work togothor by mending tho clothes brought to the rooms of the guild for that purpose The plan has proved moderately successful bnt a step in advance is to bo taken tho coming winter by sending out professional menders to work by tho day or hour These women expect to have regular customers to whoso houses they will go once a week to do the family mend Â¬ ing It is believed that this plan will prove a boon to many a housekeeper who can never keop even with her mending basket because of other calls upon her time Many a woman can better afford to pay another to do her family mending than use her own time for it The chief obstacle to tho success of the experiment is not in demand the but in the supply of good monders Women skillful with tho needle need not bog long for work It is said that a good dressmaker who goes from house to house makes about twice as good wagos as the average school teacher and four times as much as the average shop girl and moreover she is quite independent As a general rule she is well treated and escapes the odium which seems to attach to ordinary do-Â¬ mestic sorvice A professional mender must also be very proficient with her needle and if she can not earn as good wages a3 the drvsuuaker thsre is no reason why her akill should not be fairlv appreciated At institution like the Philadelphia guild which under Â¬ takes to bring such women and their work togathor must provj a blessing to both omployars and employes Springfield Union BLASTING Women Who Iropoe OK is cue o accMcat sarei pain i- 1 KeeaaBaulala tbcFacfc r Keep a Battle Alwajaia 3se mIki watti je22tf DOUGLAS Is prepared to supply his customers wiiu me ikjsc Tke Butclier Sausage azad Mutton ATTHELOiVESTPRIi t jii S 21 STUMPS -- - IIott Two Men Can ltlau- - Oat from Seventy to Eighty a Day Having blasted nearly a thousand stumps this summor I will giv some information in regard to it A two inch auger will do for small slumps and in the spring bat whon the ground gets hard and for largo stumps the augor is of no use A piece of steel 2 inches broad 10 inches long and i inoh thick with a f tneh iron handle and sharpened liko a chisol is one tool Make a scoop of an old mill saw cut 10 or 12 inches ling welded to the steel bar montioned above and bent in the shape of a crescent or semicircle not over 2J inches across to seoop Trunks and Their Cost the earth out which completes the Dg under the The Saratoga trunk continues to be list of tools ntttiel most popular snid a well known center of tho stump ami agai ist the the stump if not rotten but if ro ten get trunk dealer to a reporter It is ifyou strike a hard root light roomj- and contains a patent down deopor and dowu aong partly around it tray which has seized upon the fancy of tho public For traveling short dis Â¬ Pinco the drnnrutte tight against the tances or going out of town for the root and stamp it solid The slump will come out clean orery tlmo if yen summer it is the best that is made For European travel a sole leather uso enough dynamite Tno von thus Â¬ accontered who understand trunk is tho best because the strongest ness will blow out from 70 ihi 83busi to dry These trunks aro morn e ennnsivn nn tiie Saratoga and less rooni3 but they stump a day If they aro not too big Stand tllC lUll deSt Vinil f tmntninnt It will costforgtijonwhUeoak stump Saratoga trunks average in price from from 18 inches to 3 feet about 1 S9 ki 65 cents aeeurding jo 10 iu wuereas soie icatlioi trunks others about to size and lima since thoy were tHiii from S25 to S100 The latest idea The other detail about blasting ctu ar ia trunks is to havo a looking glass atÂ¬ I wrii tached to the bottom of the tray It supposed to be understood can not be broken when the trunk is this only to ooirect cmwwis ideas about tho busloads -- Bs Maehamtr properly pRcSced tf y MaiS k4 is Ohio Fartmr xwes3 - M I have BAR ROOM a New Bar Boom Fine 1 1 jufet opened on First Street BRANDIES VAVXOJC3 ETC Constantly on Hand CALL AND SEE ME Jo3m McKsnna Iuue22tf 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