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M VOLUME Iv RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 1887 OPINIONS OP OTHER EDITORS STRAKGELY 7 2 NUMBEE 19 THE CLIMAX rlTBUSIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Wm G Feinting WHITE -- Co PRICE PER YEAR FRENCH TIPTON 200 For the twenty second time the non partisan Grand Army has elected a Republican chief It merely happens so they say EVKN TIIE REPUBLICAN PAPERS KICK SIGNIFICANT Delaware Gazette Editors above Second Forakers story about being snubbed by Mrs Cleveland has even The AWilkeT Smith D D S disgusted They declareRepublican papers that they have had enough of it r 0FFICE Main street two doors New Orleans States Professional Cards june22 tf MAKING J C MORGAN D D S MANY FRIENDS Port Jervls Evening Gazette toTOFFICE Main street over Modi son National Bank Ricbmoud Ky June 22 tf DR J M POYNTZ SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND Second street over Madi Â¬ OFFICE june22tf son County Drug Store Tiie President is mailing a most favorable impression all along the line of the western trip and it is safe to predict that the western delegation will be solid for his re nomination in 1888 FULFILLED EXPECTATION Bnflalo Courier G W EVANS M Df SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Hecond street over D P june22tf Anners jewelry store DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes juiie22t Giocery Store The Democratic State Conven tion has fulfilled the expectations of its constituents It has adopt-Â¬ ed sound platform and nominated one of the best and strongest tickets ever submitted to the voters Â¬ of the State THE SORTF FIGHT WHICn WINS BL Louis Republican DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs june 22 tf DR Offers Both in Massachusetts and Ohio Democrats are making a light to win squarely on Democratic principles without shuffling or evasion In ninely nine out of a hundred this kind of a fight to win means ROBERTS PHIL his professional services to tlie a winning fight Bennetts law office TRICKY REPUBLICANS Schenectady Evening Star A New York telegram says Miss Frances Isabel Morris only daughter of Mr John A Morris proprietor of the Louisiana Lottery was married at noon to day in the West Presbyterian church in Forty second street to Mr Thurlow Weed Barnes a grandson of the late Thurlow Weed Ow Â¬ ing to the illness of the brides grandmother the ceremony was performed in this city instead of at Mr Morris country place in Westchester The Rev Dr B M Palmer of New Orleans performAmong those ed the ceremony NEWS PARAGRAPHS in the church were Generals WilBeauregard liam T Sherman The Baltic cotton mill Connec- Homes and Hood of New Orleans ticut burned Loss 1250000 Mr A Hennen of Kentucky Pulaski Tennessee had a 50 uncle of the bride and Mr and 000 fire on Saturday originating Mrs Jacob Lorrillard Miss Morris was born in New Orleans about in a livery stable twenty two years ago She has The French steamship Britan- dark hair and is a beautiful woman nia arrived at New York Wednes- She was educated in Europe Her day having on board four cases of presents were many and costly cholera The employes in her fathers oflice New Orleans sent a chest con A bronze equestrian staluo of in taining a solid silver dinner serGen George C Meade was unvail vice From her father she receiv- Â¬ ed in Fairmount Park Philadel ed a check for 1000000 and a phia Wednesday handsomely furnished residence at At a recent fire in Hankow Bar Harbor China one thousand lives were Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dred years ago and the father of Colonel Fred Grant achieved a great name by leading to victory the mighty armies of the North who were lighting for the freedom of an enslaved people but he left no claim upon future generations but that of admiration and gratitude for the greatness and patriotism of his genius Colonel Grants claim for the office of Secretary of State should be based upon Colonel GrantsfitnessJjXor the position and not upon his fathers fitness to commandj a mighty army As General Grant rose to high places so should his son by the ability which rests within himself and not in another WHITE OAK TIMBER knowledge that it was an old Coleverybody flag onial It isnt Among the valuable resources of who would know a Confederate flag nowadays if he were to see Kentucky her uliite nik timber is not the least by any means Indeed Ken- Â¬ one Courier Journal Â¬ BEAUTIFUL BUILDING tucky white oak is becoming ns famous abroad as Kentucky stock or Kentucky whiky Ami in quantity it is equal to that of any State in the Union ac Â¬ cording to number of square miles Millions ofdollare worth of white oak timber from Kentucky is anually sliipptd across the ocean mostly in Parlies wanting the most desirable residence lots in Winchester staves though to some extent In other forms Louisville is the great center of this white oak lumber market the THE base of operations as it were A number oi firms here handle this class of lumber extensively and exclusively the livest and most rapidly growing town and ship immense amounts every year in Kentucky can purchase them at reas- The husiuesv too is increasing and onablc prices in has grown wonderfully In the last de In cade doubling jeiliap in the last five years LOTS FOR SALE FROM TWr 5AJLIa iV GHIHT BIT FLOOR TO CEILING Â¬ DuM ttbU sAflttition Kentucky WYTHE AT CHAUTAUQUA The map and plat of these splendid lots situated adjacent to and around the Â¬ lost and property valued at 000000 destroyed 3 Â¬ ELDEtt GAX0 The Jamestown N Y Journal says The Rev Dr Wythe ore of the prin Â¬ cipal figures in tiie early hi tory of Chautauqua has been assigned to the Chautauqua cause by the M E conference He will be the resident clergy- Â¬ man and in addition thereto will have charge of the model of Jerusalem and the Holy Land which are sadly in need of expert attention He will also be engaged In the an department of tiie Chautauqua university Dr Wythe is pleased at returning to Chautauqua and U sure to be a very valuable aid in maintaining and advancing the great institution Â¬ Wesleyan years to Began business less than one year ago with the firm determination to make a struggle come lor comfort and independence doing business upon the smallest shade of profit ever attempted i thrott A College the County Site may be seen on the wall at the Win- Â¬ chester National Bank Every lot is plainly numbered and its exact size and location U shown The ork of grading the streets lias We can now look back over the brief period behind us with we trust a pardonable pride already begun and the work of Macad success rarely obtained by any house in so short a time and an amount of patronage and amizing them by the city authorities pursuant to ordinance already passed will JIM 10 THOUGH OF OHM EICH IS BAY Â¬ at a degree of encouragement M immediately follow All purchasers are required to plant shade trees in front of their lots and this with the wide avenues and imposing Col- Â¬ lege buildings will make the loveliest res- Â¬ idence quarter of the city already beauti Â¬ fied by the elegant houses of Messrs We can afford to be liberal to the verge of recklessness and all departments in our house are filled to Witherspoon Johnson Bcckner McClure overflowing with bargains All departments are greatly enlarged for this season with the most attractive and others The lots will be shown by us upon ap- Â¬ assortment of fall and winter goods ever seen in Richmond plication That Awakens Our Profoxmdest Gratitude Toward the PEOPLE OF aaMHSOIB AfSD SURcOUD3G COUTiES public THE GRAVE OX THE MOUNTAIN Miss Carrie Worthington daughElder John Allen Gano died at ter of Congressman Worthington his reaidence near Centreville We extract the following from the of Illinois fell from a steamer at Bourbon county aged eighty two Peoria and was drowned years He was one of the pioneer Kennesaw Gazette published at AtlanÂ¬ Payments given if desired For terms and particulars apply to STUART sepiStf CO upstairs over Herndons drug store corner of Mam and Second streets jub27 ly Richmond Ky Timothy Brothers dealers in dry goods and boots and shoes It is very queer to hear Kepub Nashville made an assignment cans denounce Democrats free as the liabilities being 201000 DR U C AMBROSE traders while at the same time The Shakespeare memorial the Republicans aforesaid are fountain presented to the town of FORD KY helping with all their might the Stralford-on-Avoby Mr George Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af George combine that is opposed W Childs was dedicated last Mr J C Lackeys ternoon Boards at to all tariff duties june 22 tf weeK Â¬ n Office same as W T SEXSMITH TIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON WHITE HALL KY Offers his professional services M D pubic to the auR17 lyr DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Ofleres his professional services to the public Auc 17 tf Office at Joe Gentrys Mrs Annie Lachs who threw a pancake at Mrs Cleveland while Galveston News the It may be worth nothing that the presidentialStparly was in fined Louis was fair grounds at Mr Blaine recently said that 50 in the Police Court nothing but a money panic would spoil Clevelands chance for a fhe Sprague Cotton Mills at re election The next day after Baftic Conn burned Friday this remark was printed the New Loss one and a half million dollars York Tribune began to cry panic Nine hundred hands are out or It has kept up the cry ever since employment Insurance 275000 AND ECHO ANSWERED PANIC TLA1N Hardin W Bright AM M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON SPEECH OF NEW YORK CRATS -- DEMO- Â¬ Washington Post RICHMOND KY Â¬ Upon the question of the sur- Â¬ street over Madi Â¬ OFFICE Second plus and the tariff no convention son County Drug Stnrt- distinctly understood that I of any party in any State has I want it am the only one in Richmond that un Â¬ been so clear and decided as that A convention of representatives derstands the thorough U9e of the of the New York Democrats as of the various agricultural colleges Chemistry as applied Micro cone and to examinations of tissues anil fluid other Democrats have expressed and experiment stations of the of the human body I ouly mention their opinions in general terms several States met in the library My signa- Â¬ but nobody outside the conven- Â¬ of the Department of Agriculture tiiis for imutt protection ture will be attached to each examina Â¬ tion of New York Democrats has at Washington Wednesday 23mclily tion so settled down to the facts of the There are now registered in the at Plainfield N J nearly 2100 local circles of the C L S C The aggregate membership of the several classes is over 100000 general oflice A feature of the Grand Lodge case and given us an idea of the ways in which reform is Neces- now in session in this city is the presence of Mr Collins Fitch the sary oldest Mason in Kentucky Mr RICHMOND KY LEXINGTON RACES Fitch has been a member of the Special attention given to abstracting BLAINE titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky order sixty seven years Courier New York Star Office in Climax building 8 E Journal FIRST DAY Some of the friends of Blaine Second Streets up Corner Main and First race Blue graps stakes for 4 22 tf June stairs Of the seven desperadoes who are endeavoring to introJuce prohibition as a national issue not robbed and murdered Rev Mr yearolds Hinder Wilkes cli c by dam by Mambriuo E T BURNAM withstanding the attitude aseerted Ryan Roane county W Va last Reil Wilkes lutchen winner Time 2li9 230 by their candidate not long ago Thursday night three have been when it served his purpose to effectually disposed of by the citi- 225 Secoud race Special stakes for RICHMOND KENTUCKY treat it as a purely local question zens and the others will go the Bell Boy br c by Elecur But if any political capital is to same way when caught A R OFFICE witli V F tioneer dam by the Moor winner nam on First Street June 22 tt be made by shifting his ground Rev R DeBaptiste Secretary Time 227 229J the inconsistency will not in the of Colored Baptist National Con- byThird race 233 class Abel b g SULLIVAN J A least affect the course of the Maine vention reports 2G colleges 30 Messenger Chief dam by Gills Vermont winner Time 2 29 22S politician members 11554SG papers church property 3057571 con- 229i RICHMOND KENTUCKY SECOND DAY THE UNITED DEMOCRACY tributions to educational and reOFFICE u First street same as formerly occupied by County Judge First Race 223 class Roxle McOswego Palladium ligious work 30179814 oct6 ly Miller Gregor c in by Robert McGregor ine uemocracy lias not in The manuscript ot the original dam by Romulus winner Time 224 many years been so thoroughly ordinance of secession issued by 220 223f 222 J SCOTT united as now Tammany Hall the State of Virginia has been Second race Kentucky stakes for 3-and the County Democracy the sola by Mrs Charles Bullis of l year olds Chimes br c by Elec two great organizations of New Worthington Minn in whose pos tioneer RICHMOND KY dam by Themer winner York City which have heretofore session it was to George Ii Trade Time 222 j 224 220 Office on Second Street june 22 tf been at war are now thoroughly well of the G A R for 1000 Third race Stallion stake for 230 C S TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law Â¬ preachers of the Christian Church in this State and assisted Barton W Stone and others In the great revivals at Cane Ridge Elder Gano was one of the founders of the Reformed or Christian Church which began its existence at Cane Ridge years ago sixty nearly and now has a membership of more than a million in the United States He was a co worker with Alexander Barton W Stone Campbell and other noted divines He was one ot the most powerful speakers and revivalists in his day that the State has ever known and ins loss will be mourned m nearly every household in the country Elder Gano was born in Georgetown Scolt county Ky July 14 1S05 and October 2 1827 married Miss Cathrine Conn the only daughter of Capt William Conn of Bourbon county who survives him By their union they were blessed with nine children among whom is Gen R M Gano of Dallas Texas who is also a min ister of the Christian Church The deceased for the past sixty 3rears has been connected with the ministry only having been pastor of two churches in Bourbon county to each of which he Jias preached consecutively during ITis entire ministry Â¬ Â¬ ta Ga Daiton Ga Sept 14lh 16S7 Editor Kennesaw Gnztte DKAnBiit Theold frrt on lop of the mountain In the left of the W A WINCHESTER KY 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 is It going north through Mill Creek GhPj is in a line e tate of peiervation Near the fort are several Confederate graves On one the following now plainly appears in red printed letters on u head board GEO DISNEY Co K4ih Ky Inf C 8 A Killed at Rocky Face May 9lh 181 It is poss ible if published in your paper that this item may reach some Respectfully of his friend H ASK FOR THE GL P CBesned- - less money than you could buy the material alone for Call and examine splendid drives in suits and paata a Clothing Store in itself The Clothing Department Bargains never known in this market before Suits and parts of suits at 1 RC AVe intend to make this Department a gftai AH shapes and styles of garments in lavor this season feature of our business Do not think of buying a Cloak or Jacket until you have seen Mtr sfcwk and heard prices new ami striking for cheapness Ladies wraps F T Haudwick Gov Iluckncr has refused to grant a pardon to George C Huchttnau former Â¬ ly of Louisville but now a resident in Canada Buchanan is under six in Â¬ dictments in the Jeflerson Circuit Court for violation of the laws in re- Â¬ lation to warehouse receipts The Governor refuses to pardon him in advance of it trial and conviction by be- Â¬ a court of competent jurisdiction cause it is only in exceptional cases that this extraordinary power of tlio Executive should be exercised before the courts shall have had an opportu nity of deciding upon the guilt or in- Â¬ nocence of an accused party He also declines to interfere because the accused has placed himself beyond the reach both of the courts and of the Executive and defeated all legitimate interference by persi ting in his ab- Â¬ sence To exercise the power under such circumstances would be to defeat the ends of juslice A Long Island man dug a grave near a pathway on his farm and when a neighbor lady came along he shot her and hurried her body When her We sell almost all custom made work and at the lowest prces ever known even for eonuMOH Kadtan goods You always save from 50 cents toll in a pair of bhoes bought from us We buy them low ftr LEXINGTON KY for glory and a small shade of them WILLIS cash and sell is nowcheapknown headquarters for Trunksprofit Valises We have revolutionised the trail STOCKTON and the Our house The handsomest and cheapest Trunks in the State are shown by us look ami be convinced on them Agents For Madison County Blankets Spreadsanu Comforts are piled mountain high on our counters and at prices that dkheartm sep28 ly competitors and capture the trade of the street When it comes to cash down we wrap up a pntr f 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 eant be matched The cheapest and best hats shown anywhere are constantly displayed on our shelves and counters We never fail to please in style quality and price THE RECORD BEATEN With the splendid name this house has for selling Notions cheap this season will eclipse all past experience We wdl display the grandest assortment ot handkerehie ho o siery ties gloves and tia thousand other articles uelnl ami beautiful that ran be found many eitr It We study day and night how mneh TO ANNOUNCE TO is a fairy land itself Come and look even if you need nothing WISH trade that we have a large we can give our customers for a dollar and well selected line of THE CARPET DEPARTMENT has been greatly enlarged and added to The prettiest paUwns and lowest prices ever heard of You can carpet every room in the house for what it used to coat to carpet one It will doyou good to see how little it will cost IIISGf Everybody is most cordially and earnestly invited to visit us and see the many attractions dtepfejed whether wishing to buy or not M Jl With thanks for past encouragement we are gratefully yours to command CUTHERSON LEY Boots and Shoes NEW FIRM WE CLOTI Â¬ HATS TRUNKS Etc in which you can find the RAMSEY june 22 OLDHAM Busy Bee Cash Store Richmond tf ex oct 5 4t 1 col Proprietors Ky Attorney at Lara Â¬ huband came along he was shot but only wounded He had the man put in Jail Â¬ Â¬ Attorney at Law T Â¬ Â¬ Rev Mr Candler preached a sermon in Nashville against theatres and Have those who attend them At the close LATEST STYLES Main Emma Abbott the famous actress AND THE LOWEST PRICES was In the audleuco arose and who delivered a ringing rebuke to the pas- Â¬ eer a tor defending her profession BEST GOOBS iFoiES Shackeliord iSsi bought the stock of oods and rented tlie store honse of W C Peyton opposite their old stand on street and OASS They have added new and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of Go entry gotimuje busimuss Â¬ Attorney at Law Attorney atKYXaTO Oflice POWELL RICHMOND on Second Street June 22 tf Attorney atandLaw adjoining Will practice in Madison counties and In theCourt of Apjeals Office In Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf A J REED united The President and the Governor are in hearty accord and there is a manifest determination to hold New York firmly in the Democratic column for the next year Â¬ JACOB SHARP New York Star 77 and 79 The law ana the lawyers are about through with Mr Jacob Sharp and the broken down old man is now handed over to the doctors who will determine if he has enough life left to serve the State in Sing Sing The ferocity GRASS AND FIELD with which the press has persued the crime of bribe giving can safe Largest and most complete stock in ly be abated now in the face of Central Kentucky Our motto Best this awful example that hovers Goods and Lowest consistent Prices between the cell and the grave CAKROIiL P On an island in the Pacific ocean where mail is received but once a year three missionaries are taking the C L S C course They have persevered for three years in spite of the delays in receiving books and examination papers and expect to graduate in 1888 g h by General Wilkes class George Wilkes dam by Peacock win uer Time 222J 224 226 TJ1I11D DAY SEEDS A ghastly discovery was that of Capt Lawson of the schooner Babson Gloucester Ilerman fishing off the Muss While Grand Banks Newfoundland September 30 he fell in with a French FOURTH DAY sloop water logged On boarding ll pnrseI000 First race found the bodies of ten her he men who had evidently been Prince Wilkes ch g by Red Wilkes dam by Brown Chief winner Time drowned in the cabin Â¬ Special stake for Mamie Wood r f by Wood Hambletonlau dam Magnolia winner Time 22S 220 227 J Second race Three Jniuute class Gen Wilkes Kr i t by George Wilkes dam by Peacock winner Time 2251 225 224 Third race Ashland stakes for year- Â¬ lings Hambriuo Bimarck b c by Victor Von Bismarck dam by Edge water winner Time 249 Yirst race Free-for-a- The first game for the base ball We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD we say we will championship of the world was played and to our customers every dollar in- Â¬ give you full value for at St Louis Friday by the club of that vested with ua and we urge you to cily champions of tfie Association give us an early call and tiie Detrnits champions of the B League 13000 spectators being present 1 St Louis won by a score of 0 to At McKees Old Stand June 22 Oni A Chicago Telegram says The capi Â¬ tal of the Pullman Palace Car Com Â¬ pany alreadyat the enormous total of 15920000 was to day Increased 25 per CLUDE CO cent making the aggregate amount 20000000 In round numbers nearly HAVE OPENED A NEW Thisadinn was taken at the annual meeting of the company which was held here to day Between eleven and twelve million dollars of the capital Examination stock was lepresented of the financial statement showed the onWest Main Street They carry surplus for the year to be 1530 881 a general line of The increase of stock was recommended Pullman who by President Geo M slated it to he for the purpose of providing the capital require to meet the cost of additional equipment and for further extension in the near fu- Â¬ Stores and ture All Kinds of HARDWARE STOVES and TINWARE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies WHITE W KoSmg iztt e2isg aszcl all Islnds of Pin and Slaeet Iron WosSs Hone in tne nsosi Worismaniilse Blanner MOMS BUT THES BEST OF WOKKXeSXSraSISPIsQYEB S1III LL WORK WAJRIRAJJTEr FULL WE SELL LINE OF Farming Implements Known To The Trade Tito Best Hardware Store CALL AMD EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING A JhM Hardware Tinware W T- - EDWARDS Groceries W Main St Lexington Ky dec 221yr GEOBQE WOUXD SUBSTITUTE CHINESE REAL J AND ESTATE Schenectady Star INSURANCE SPEED SMITE Agent RICHMOND KY rents or exchanges all kinds of Real Estate on reasonable terms and represents firM class Fire and Life In Â¬ surance Companies Office In J CLytere Clothing Store june22 tf He Hb Do you want pure drugs and the best brands of tobaccos and cigars You can find them at T J Brooks June tf Balutaris Water brought direct from ot Clair Springs Mich Kept only J- - C Hughes July22 tf Three million women in the United States work for money of these 600000 are agricultural laborers mainly in the cotton fields of the South 040000 are employed in manufactories while 530000 in the laundries of the country Insist that the Chinese must go 280000 are milliners and 200000 find employment as dressmakers 60000 earn their bread in tailor shops and 690000 teachers tele are saleswomen garph operators type writers bookkeepers type setters and nurses There are 2500 female physicians John Jenkins is to be tried dur- Â¬ ing the present term of the Frank lin Circuit Court for the murder of James Daily in 18S3 He has had several trials in the first there was a hung jury in the second he was found guilty and sentenced to two years imprisonment in the penitentiary and secured a reversal from the Court of Appeals in his third he got a life Eentence and a second reversal and now he faces the music for a fourth time Somebody thinks be has discovered a Confederate flag among At Â¬ President Cleveland Perhaps is the same Scotch Canadian cor respondent who is following the President over the country and who telegraphed to his paper in HOW COLONEL GBANT SHOULD 4RISE Chicago that a Confederate flag New York Register J was displayed in Memphis but Hereditary government t was wnjgwa5cpinpeiicu to curreuL ius abolished in this country one hun- - dispatch the next day and ac- - lantas decorations in honor Local Produce Markets Lexington stakes for Walkover for Bell Boy CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON Third race 217 class Wilkes BRO GROCERS IRVINE ARNOLD briuo br h Ly Ilambiiiso dam by STREET RICHMOND KY George Wilkes winner Time 225 Richmond Ky Oct 22 18S7 224 223 Â¬ Beef Cattle Butcher 3 Jc Hogs Â¬ FIFTH DAY 45C Cured Hams Sugar 1350 First race Stallion stakes for 220 Bacon Hams Country Princeton br It by Princess class Cured Â¬ dam by Hambletoman winner Time xuler I20C M 5 Chickens l 752 00 224 223 219 gS Second race Slallion Produce v iteat 6670 2 lsFIour for stakes Houri winuer Corn per barrel 50 Time 219 per 100 40M50C Third race 2 25 class Prince Ed- Â¬ Hay in sheaf Sis 100 JW per Oats 40250 Â¬ ward b h by King Rpne dam by xarci Jnphet winner Time 222 227 Tallow Beeswax of 225 228 Feathers 3S it 216 217 210 tenond race They have the newest and best coods nnd will sell for CASH at the lowest prices Mr Smith in a practical tinner of several years experience and he wil do all kinds of tin work rooting nnd repairiug in the best style at lowest juue22 tf rates Madison Co Bonds I5ic 52 III2ic 33C ItOc The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 18S7 and 1SS8 will be paid on maturity at tiie Madison National Bank Richmond Ky tf-C D CHENAULTCom Meal Gov liuckner has appointed as del Â¬ egates to the Centennial Exposition of the Ohio Valley and Central States to he held in Cincinnati July 18SSMessrs John R Procter Thomas E Moss John F Jfagar Matt Walton M J King Root U Heraingray Frank P Helm and Young E Allison Oat per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothv Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes- Si 3 S ioi 1 7SSSC 4O50c 25 20 25 5 1 TAIEaOmET 1 oo3 as 1 7S5 oo3i 25 Oyi 57S 75 any other touor Yours Respectfully 00 G SCHAFHAUSEN octi94t Now is the time for fait and winter suits Give me a call I guaranteeatfs- My work is as good that ot faction The Enterprising Young Merchant on First Street carries a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries His goods are the best and his prices the lowest june 224 1 Mayville N Y the test suit the- bourdlng house keepers who declined to pay the ten per cent FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE ICfirarauniMlad tax specified in their leases and by There is an old adage which rvh mutual agreement between the parties WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 18S7 Tools only can leant nothing from the case will be carried up at once to experience The question now is are the Supreme Court of the State ot New Minneapolis Tribune has the people and council of Richmond York and a final and satisfactory set- Â¬ The CROOKE apologized for the insult offered to have this saying truthfully applied tlement reached to them We have had within i few Mrs Cleveland Tax Receiver Kohnhorst lias levied years a number of very destructive upon the furniture and fixtures of the fires One destroyed nearly every People who are afraid of cold manufactory in the town ami so crip- Â¬ hanks doing business iu this city to claims for city taxes The snaps will be graified to learn pled financially a number of rood cit sallfy claim exemption banks under an that a signal service officer is to izens that they never recovered The the Legislature and will take net of leual last fire destroyed sixty IIwushimI be stationed at St Paul for the stejia to prevent the collection of taxes purpose of keeping a lookout for 60000 dollars worth of property by sale or otherwise The Receiver cold waves and reporting them but fortunately for the town he citi- Â¬ will advertise the property for sale to Â¬ zens burned out are able to rebuild Â¬ Richmond is naturally through lack day in order to hasten a judicial settlement of the quest ion Courier-JournThe President has returned to of water as badly prepared to fight a Washington from Ins tour of the fire as any town in Kentucky Rates West and South He won the of iusurance are lower than in almost There are 400 Mormon Bishops In people wherever he went In no any of the surrounding cities and Utah 1428 priests 2947 teachers aud place was he more royally receiv- Â¬ towns Some may say then oarry full GS54 deacons Salt Lake City Is divid Â¬ ed than in St Louis and no man iusurance mid when a fire conies you ed into wards of 8 or 0 blocks each but this is not true and a Bishop is put in charge of each in that city was more prominent are safe the demonstrations than Mayor No houeest man is made whole by waid Under him there are two teach- Â¬ in David Rowland Francis Mr Iusurance for several reasons 1st ers whose business it is to learn the Francis is going to be Governor of all first clttss Insurance Companies employment and Income of every res Â¬ wish to carjy only about three lourths ident of the ward and report the same Missouri f the actual cash value of the property to lie Bishop Then the Bishop col- Â¬ injured 2nd It costs considerable lects the tenth of each mans income The national convention of the money to carry full insurance waiting and turns it over to the church author-Â¬ Knights of Labor after a two for a fire and veiy few citizens are ities able to do it 3rd If the property U weeks session in Minneapolis adjourned on last Wednesday to injured for full value which otigbt Gov Caleb W Weil of Ulah lias meet next jear in Indianopolis never to be the case the owner Ioes made his annual report to the Govern- Â¬ The most noteworthy feature of either the use or rent of building until ment He estimates the population of the meeting was the prompt and it can be replaced and sutlers neces Â¬ the territory at 200000 and the assess- Â¬ thorough manner in which the sarily great ineouveuieitce But let in ed taxable valuation of properly at S35 Anarchist element was crushed come to the jHint at isMie There are 865835 He states that the movement The perilous position of the seven certain tilings we can do which are for Ptatehold was inaugurated by the condemned Anarchists in Chicago great safe guards We need and should leaders of the Mormon people their made the Anarchist element more have a number of good fire cisterns in representatives alone took part in the the business poitiou coutious Thev need all the aid One or two ought to be of theon town deliberations of the convention and Main only that portion of Hie people favors made Â¬ and sympathy they can sum above Second Anotlwr at cor- Â¬ and supports it Politically the Gov- Â¬ mon and in the national assem- Street ner Second and Irvine Street One bly of Knights steered clear of on Main below First ThcAe improve- Â¬ ernor believes that neither the Demo- Â¬ cratic nor Republican party can lay any complicity with the Anarch- Â¬ ments would not cost much and would support of the Mormons to ists The Knights have concluded be of great benefit In dry weather as claim the that the most proper thing for well us in case of fire There is plenty Every movement should be encour litem to do would be to resort to of roofing to keep these cisterns tilled aced that tends to make our prisons reason at all times not force at each point named Another pre- Â¬ and penitentiaries reformatories in the Contracts well observed are to caution is to jtrohibit the ereetiMi of trite sense ot the word One such form the basis of most of their any building in any block which may movement is the introduction of the operations Strikes boycotts dis endanger that block or any part of it C L S C course of rending among turbing of laborers who wish to and if such buildings are litere at pres tle pti oners many of whom are fur work and other heretofore recog ent they ought to be torn away i from Wing ignorant or stupid In the nized modes of proceedure are no man has any right to etidauger the State penitentiary at Canon City longer to be countenanced They property of his utighbor If he is will Colorado there were forty who gave have struck the proper principle Ing to risk his own Now tltere is not three Itours a day to this rending and aid the organization will be of a building from the one occupied by two hour of eaeh week were spent in lasting good to the working men J S Collins to the one occupied by J reviewing the work under 11 competent In the Slate prison at Boise C By ter which hfs not 1h its rear a leader frame structure aid if any of thene City Idaho over thirty have register- Â¬ THE GENTLEMAN FROM PENNSYL building- - sltould catch Are mim burn ed as regular students only the kittdueso or Providence would VANIA Among the conventions in session in save that block as well a the one various parts of the country last Wed Â¬ opposite Tins same complaint can Hon William D Kellev ol be made in regard to First Street nesday were the Carriage Builders and College men at Pennsylvania the noted high tariff Nearly every buiMiug there has a Ihe Agricultural politician who has acquired the frame structure in the rear Rich Â¬ Washington the Foreign Missionary rather rugged sobriquet of Pig mond has been long noted for her S ley of the Dfeciples of Christ at Iron made Winchester a visit on handsome Uihikv Ixuldiiig and it Itidinali the American Architect his return from Louisville and is the duty of commercial men to take at Chicago the American Street Rail Â¬ judging from what we hear on the every precautiMi to preserve litem way Awociatioii at Philadelphia the outside found in the young embryo The cost of Iliei e improvement would American Humane Society at Roch Â¬ Pittsburg over the way too many be trifling and the money paid in ester N Y the Universalists General ready listeners to his pet theory taxes wimld be Kivtd iluice over in Convention at New York the Gas Manufacturers at New York the The Sun says of his visit paying out insurance preuiiutntf mhI Brick maker- - at Chicago and the W D Kelley of Penn- fire losses Moreover if tliee sugges- Â¬ Judge Brotherliood of Locomotive Engineer sylvania was met at the depot bj tions should be acted on it could not which is holding its twenty fourth an Mayor John E Garner and lion be said of the next fire as it wm of the nual session at Chicago 2Coct tf everybody as G Stuart these gentlemen hav Â¬ last It was T Â¬ ing been selected as a reception expected This fire had Iweii pre In July 1S86 V II Speaker an committee at a meeting of citizens dicted for years by all bw ine a- - L N engineer was killeiPby lie at Judge Beckners office on the well as insurance men ami it orig Â¬ explosion of a boiler in the L N same afternoon The Judge was inated just where it was looked yard at Lexington Jt was claimed B at tlie time that the engine taken to the Rees House wliere for thnt blew a tip was disabled ami should have been uest aparimenis nau been re lite NEWS PARAGRAPHS retired from business long ago as served for them Several citizens called in the evening to make the A fetatue of Abraham Lincoln has dangerous to run The wife of the acquaintance of the distinguished been Hit in poMthtu at the entrance of dead man t ued the road for 25000 and tiie case lias been pending in visitor On Thursday morning he Lincoln Puik Chicago the courts for over a year At one was taken a drive out to see Ren Â¬ In a icks Shorthorns In the evening land Mr speech at Nottingham Eng- Â¬ time eleven men of the jury before Gladstone strongly condemn whom it was tried were for giving the a most elegant tea was given by ed the revival of the phantasy of pio plaintiff 7000 At hist the case has Judge ami Mrs Beckner at their tection in England been compromised by the roads pay- Â¬ elegant suburban home A large Hector Talbutt 6011 of A J Talbott ing 000 damages Mrs Speaker lives Announce to the public and especially to and representative audience greet- Â¬ of Lexington was accidentally killed ou Clay and Washington streets groceries that they have opened a fresh lot ed the Judge at the Hall aitd his by Martow Brown sou of Marion sledge hammer arguments were Brow n w Idle out hunting THE CLIMAX CONFLAGRATIONS WOODEX AXD CISTERNS llOVSES against Conrtt - FOUND -- s s AT THE HOUSE w J W F B CROOKE FACTS UNANSWERABLE FACTS That Are Demonstrated At CASH GROCERY OF I DYKES North Second Street A full and complete stock STAPLE AND FANCY f al Dry Goods Notions J STRE Ladies Underwear Louisville Store Gloves CAREFULLY WHAT YOU CAN EE AD GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruif and plenty of evert thing in my line This house is n- DO WITH THE MONEY REMEM- Â¬ THEY KEEP EVEKYTHIH6 DESIRABLE BER THAT CASH WILL BUY THESE GOODS AT THESE PRICES THAT IS NEW Â¬ ISff THE- Best Standard Calicoes at liest Indigo Blue Calicoes at Best Yard Wide Heavy Brown Domestic Good Cotton Flannels at Good Grey Flannels at Good Ited Flannels at Nice Dress Goods at Nice Dress Goods at Beautiful Dress Goods at White Blankets at Bed Comforts at Good Jeans at Good Suit of Clothes at 60 Sc 6c 5c per yd auiiiUY Business ON A I2c 25c v 7 20c 20c 10c u Strictly CASH Basi DRY GOODS LINE 75c 20c 150 apair per yd The best goods ar kept and sold on very close margin for cash Â¬ they sell at the same prices you liave to pay for the same Goods Better Suit of Clothes at Better Suit of Clothes at Good Overcoat at Better Overcoat at Belter Overcoat at Womens Shoes at Womens Shoes at Boots at 500 650 750 400 500 750 125 200 250 25c 75c give this HorsE A juiic22 tf TRIAL 100 a pr IU ANY EASTEM MAEEET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jt 100 You cannot buy in New York or PhiladelGLGMR8 GLOMES phia the Goods they handle at lower At All Prices and in All Styles prices than jCrooke Son ask Remember that these prices are the Cloaks and Jackets in Large Rock Bottom Prices for Cash Our stock is complete and we have a great many Variety goods that we have not enumerated here but call and see what we have and you will GO AND SEE THEM be satisfied that we have the best stock ever in Richmond sold at prices never before offered Come and see us and see the great bargains we have Â¬ at Hats at Hats at Hats at Boots ADRUFF OR Watchmaker Watcliee Clocks aid W a f VSALER IX Jewelry Silver Plated ware etc Special attention given to SETTING diamon STONE- - A August 2t- - H J STRESIG LOUISVILLE STORE AND OTHER PRECIOUS I 1 NEW GROCERY ELLIS HIGGINS of I A -- IS THE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR POPE wiiv REPAIRING Promptly done and In a workmaiI manner SS Cash Paid fcr Old Gold and Silve Dont lorget the place next J to he Post office lUcl moml Ky june22 tf that large class who buy greeted with rounds of applause After the close of he Judges speech Gen John S Williams made an appropriate talk that wa6 heartily received Friday at 3130 the Judge and wife lunched with Mr and Mrs Mayor Garner and took the 1 oclock train for the eait Richmond was remembered in the porsons of a chosen few who were invited over to meet the dis- tinguished guest but owing to various causes there were no responses in person The telegram of invitation was as follows Â¬ Henry Sitafwer Meed teveul foar year killed life wife aged tifcj Mi ami then committed Miieide at Potta ville Pa a year Tliey had been married ouly THIN COLUMN STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES Gen B F Hutkr has been retained as counsel in the Chicago Anarchist cases He wiH receive a retainer fee of 1600 and the modest XMfsVleraOon of 250 a day Ells Clements who was injured In the railroad ixrfH ion at Kouiz Ind has brought suit fur 10000 damages against the Chicago and Atlantic Rail- Â¬ road Company 2b Frenoli Tipton Jtichmond Kg Ymi Gevernor McCreary Senator Bennett Senator Harris Stone Walk- Â¬ er Majer Burnam J R Burnam and CD Clienault are iuvited to hear JwJge Kelley speak at the Opera House to nlgut Signed The Committee You can already see Winchester adjusting her little wings for a high tariff flight provided that road is built to the mountains It is always thus General Hancock was right when he proclaimed during the presidential canvass mat me lanu question was a local issue Wherever you find iron factories rice or 6ugar you find the high tariff idea Soon as Richmond gets her road to the mountains and foundaries forges lactones and similar institutions begin to grow in and around Richmond the high tarriff idea will inaugurate a little boom Kelley was delighted Mr with Kentucky as a place of resi- Â¬ dence and as a locality for paying investments I believe said he that in the next decade there will be an inOux of population capital and industry to Kentucky such as no State in the Uniou has seen at any one time except during the discovery of gold in California Within two or three years you will Â¬ have f A the highway of the lines of emigration and with the marvelous natural resources of the State and its extraordinary agricultural ad vantages it is destined to support an enormous population and to develop faster than any other Western or Southern State The fact is the people of the East have ordinarily no idea of the enlight--enmoprosperity and wealth of Kentucky I have seen no coun tryjn the world where the farms are finer Ihe home comforts more rjUpliful and the people more highly cultivated than in Ken lucky It has been of the greatest interest and profit to me lo make this trip ana 1 snail never have the impression effaced as long as I live Â¬ nt that will put Kentucky fairly on railroad lines constructed Â¬ Fifteen thousand visitors were res ent iu Paducah ou last Wednesday at a reuulou of the Blue and the Gray Among the speakers were Thomas E Mos G A C Holt Governor Buek Minnkapolis Minn Sept 9 1887 ner E Polk Johnson Sam E Hill C Miss Richmond Ky T Allen W J Stone Dbak Kribnd I saw a full length A trial in New York developed the life wse oil painting In the art gal Â¬ fact that there Is an Aiiarculat dob lery of the KUte lair to day that was whicli makes a bufrineeq of petting fire strikingly like you I was so 6trongly to houses ou oommheion from owner impressed with the picture both as a who desire to obtain lneuraiwe money likeness aud ji work of art that I pro Â¬ A member of the club was found guilty posed to buy it- - Upon asking the price incendiarism of the man quietly replied S8000 I The Masonic Grand Lodge of Ken- Â¬ thruet my lingers into my vest pocket tucky elected officers as follows J for the money but the man was cruel Soule Smith Lexington Grand Mattter enough to inform me that I would have Jnmes D Black Barboursville Deputy to see ex Governor Washburne as the Grand Master W W Clark Hon picture belonged to him I hurried away to the Governor but he declined kinbviile Grand Senior Warden Charles II Flak Corlugtou Grand to part with the rare treasure saying Junior Warden that 1m had purchased It in Italy at The proposition tn mibscribe 150000 the above named price and had offer Â¬ ed lo take that sum but now would not to the capital stock of I lie Pari 1 expressed my regrets to him and do Georgetown ami Frankfort railroad o aicaiu to you now before the voter of Bath county Xiw you no doubt think to usea will it is reported be anlagonhsed by mashed pay- Â¬ common nhrae that I am a great many of the heaviest tax you by ottering in give8C00 for a ers and the Kentucky Central and on picture that looks like you but I beg Chesapeake and Ohio railroads leave to Inform you to the contrary I The announcement was made at expected to sell tjie picture to Judge Camp Sheridan Chicago at the cloae Tom Hcott for 10000 of dress pa rail p that the first prize Very Respectfully of 3500 in cash and 500 in gold medals had been awarded to the Louis Â¬ ville Legion for the most perfect bat Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS talion drill during the encampment Louisville Post combination pale of trotters A boy aged 17 years shot five timee at At the Lexington 44 sold for 510045 an and instantly killed his stepfather at average ol iS On Wednesday 33 a churoh door in Chicago Sunday sold for 516816 morning iu the presence of an Ou Suuday uiglit congregation BowerraHii Brothers of Lexington iu Jeflereouville Indiana a man was have sold to John Madden of Bethle- Â¬ called to his door aud shot dead AH hem Pa Carnival bay stallion two this was not in the benighted aud years old by Rumor dam by Socrates bloody South for J2000 The same gentleman hns The new Southern Baptist Theolog Â¬ bought of St Louis parties Geneva 8 ical Seminary building 011 If 111 street n chestaut mure four yeura old by near York ii nu imposing structure Mambriuo Abdallah for 1500 It is over half 11 square iu length la five County Court day at Winchester stories iu bight and will cost SI 00000 last Monday drew a large crowd It will be open for use in January nnd From 1000 to 1200 cattle on the mar Â¬ there will be tietliing of the kind ket Bex t feeders sold at 350 to S3 CO handsomer in the South The larger fair feeders 325 to 350 Scrubs portion of the money lo buJM It wa were slow at 1 to 2 cents Good steer raised In Kew York Courier Journal calves 12 to 15 Most of the slock The Trustees of the Chautauqua sold Little done In mules General XJulversJty have wou at the County good feeling Your attention is called to the fact that the Tins Column-- Is supreme- Â¬ And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New ly thin this week Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable Ellis Uiggins is not a new firm but has been in existence for Clinrle G Franclyn of New York They invite all their old friends and a good President of the Horn Silver Mini ng nearly twenty years share of other people to call and see them Co U the embodiment of modesty His accounts are short only six hun Â¬ New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prices dred thousand dollars They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell They know how to buy and how to sell and what the people George L Locke Bristol them The Rev want OALL AND SEE THEM aug 10 lyr R I said in an essay in Louisville last week that it is not only the preroga- Â¬ tive but the duty of every woman to LIVE STOCK MAEEET EEPOET make the most of herself for the benefit CORRECTED WEEKLY BY ot society Seems to us weve heard several tirade from the pulpit against WEBER CO LOPER jhk oetety women CHICKEN Live Stock Commission Merchants at T033u9lOOOS Queensware Glassware Woodenwrc CIGrASS FARM WAGONS They are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them P1TEHT TRUSS ROD AND TUBUUR r THE CELEBRATED THE TIME TO GO TO SUBSCeiPTIlS DUE THE AND GET ONE OF HIS HIE - AsETTEH Cholera Cure Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at HEHALD Â¬ Spring laddies ESPECIALLY LOW HtlOES All Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards 0UI0 OCTOBER 24 Wagons faratfifl Which ceased to exFor Oie Year ist last June should CINCINNATI 1887 The Best Material The Easiest Terms SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common to Fair GoikI to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen 4 io common ana tiougn BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3 G 3 75 Fair to Good 3 2j 3 co Common to Fair 2 75 3 00 Good to Extra Cows 2 75 32 Fair to Good Cows 2 25 2 50 Common Cows 1 75 2 00 Rough Cows and Oxen 1 oo 1 50 BULLS Best Shipping 3 50 2 60 Best Bologna 2 30 2 40 Fair Bologna 2 io 2 25 Fair to Good Feeders 2 oo 2 25 Common and Thfn 1 25 50 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 oo 3 25 Fair to Good Steers 2 50 2 75 Good to Extra Heifers 2 oo 2 50 Common and Thin Stockers 1 75 2 00 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 oo5o 00 Fair to Good 30 oo40 00 Common 15 00325 00 Best Veal Calves 5 25 5 50 Fair to Good 4 oo 5 00 Common and Heavy 2 50 3 50 SPRING LAMBS Good Extra Heavy 5 io 5 35 Good Butcher 4 85 5 10 Fair Butchers 4 50 4 75 Common and Tail Ends 3 oo 3 25 HOGS Select Butchers 4 40 4 50 Fair to Good Packers 4 15 4 40 Good to Extra Lights 4 2 5 4 40 Light Pigs 4 oo 4 20 Roughs and Scalawags 2 75 3 00 1 3 50 3 S 3 25 3 50 1 25 4 50 4 00 3 o 3 65 3 00 2 15 Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Jjon t Duy betore doing so AT ONCE BE Â¬ WEBSTER WAGON June 22 CO At bottom prices He also has I a C tf ftill line of 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 tiaXfosiforfy mres V has been made and to be con-Â¬ vinced 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¬ Library Lamps AND v AT THE a single ami double first terial and best of work cla3 n CLIMAX OFFICE Saddles and Harness C B Q A I M prs Silfer Platefl LETTERS Remaining unclaimed In the Post at Richmond Ky week ending Oct 25th 1887 office ATTENTION TOBACCO MEN Mary Arthur Dillingham Anna Doyle Miss Lizzie Farris D Haul Mary Ervin Haner Miller Smith Breclc Davidson Rathburn Anna Grace Reil Georgia Richardson John H Snow C C Turner N S White Belle Willraore Margaret John Sawyers of Manchester Ohio desires to tend a crop of tobacco raise it on the shares or rent the laud 10 to 50 acres He referee to It H Ellison Cashier Manchester Bank Manchester O Wm Pearce Cashier Farmers Bank O Other reference given Manchester uy applying at iueulimax ollice oct 12 4t Advertised matter will bo held two weeks after date of advertisement aud then if undelivered will be qnt in tim dead letter office Post office hours from 6 a m to 7 r ir Money order ami registered letter t hours prompt 7 a jr to 6imi They can not be surpassed in style or ook at the date on the margin Pianos and Organs workmanship at ot your Climax just after your name Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Very best material employed in their man- Â¬ that is the date to Christie which you are paid ufacture -New England If you owe any tiling and other Pianos on the Herald please Chicago Cottage Organs if you see them because you cant help it call and pay it or PIANOS AND ORGANS FOR RES send it to us as the II Rent applied as part payment mny Are Freciseiy Yon Fan Herald business must Wain For Prices and Tkums LUKE Our stock of Queens ware and Glass- be settled You have 8 and xo W Main St MILWARP Lexington ware and especially our Decorated Din had four months in June 22 tf ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive which to pay a dollar or two and we FOR SALE BEST GRADES OF are sure you do not COFFEES SUGARS TEAS want any more time A GOOBf STOCK OF and other Staple Groceries also Canned GENERAL KERCHANDiSE Mm M Ms REPAIRED NEATLY AND PROMPTLY June 2 tl T tl n e The Prigeg We Quota Ifou Will Like Them 1 B h ot lo w ki to - 1 1 V ft v m al hi tl a lo O TJ Â¬ K j It tw Â¬ Â¬ ki Pi at Ik ki it Tl or tie Oflflc JB WILLIS pm Junejj tf Etti C rRANCIS the CMax Printing i Co to ouy 3un22tf beat country stand in Jla- Lieon county We will be slal v mow the stocfatp any one wis HIGUJELLIS Silver Creek W - at the bt ell O Elder J at the Baptist church at 1 1 oclock A m next An eight inch snow has fallen in the Prof W D McClintock pastor of Sunday October 30 Black Hills Dakota ami word comes the Chihstian Church of this place The new Christian church at Speed Â¬ from Louisiana that the mosquitoes offered his resignation on last Sunday well will be dedicated on next Sunday biting like the mischief are He has been elected Registra of the Elder S W Crutchcr of Louisville Messrs G B Turley J J Emory Chautauqua University and the call officiating Sant Oldham J 8 Bopgp Newland came in such a way that he felt he A protracted meeting began at the Jones B J Cluy and Elder L H could not decline it Hence the res Â¬ ignation of his charge Here and his Mt Pleasant church last Sunday Prof Reynolds are fishing on Cumberland desire that It lake effect at once His C B Hagerman of Madison Female In River labors here have been ajike pleasant stitute preaching Miss Bailie Ellis is now teaching in and profitable and it is with sincere At the recent Lebanon session of the Deaf Mute school at Danville She regret on the part of both pastor and Transylvania Presbytery North Elder had first to learn the feign language congregation and the community gen- Â¬ W H Wherrit of Lancaster formerly of but has accomplished that and Is now erally that his connection is to be sev- Â¬ this place was appointed one of a comteaching like a real mute ered and bis labors trausfered to an- Â¬ mittee of three to assist Rev J L McKce Elder Benjamin Lampton who other Held His pulpit willbe supplied in his mountain work for a short season preached at the Baptist church on Sun- Â¬ temporarily until a regujar pastor can Mrs Cleveland during the summer day has gone to Virginia to be mar- Â¬ be had walked to churchevery Sunday morning ried Elder Lampton is up in the six Â¬ unaccompanied by the President She at- Â¬ Property Sold ties and the bride some where along in Z E Bush Auctioneer reports sale tended the St Albans Episcopal church the thirties of the executors of Jacob Huguely which is a modest frame structure that Large crowd House Â¬ stands near Oak View Mr Clevelands Messrs George W Pickels Ed Pal Sr as follows summer house mer L Soulegel and ills brother from hold goods sold well- - Horses 25 to returned on Saturday S90 one mule 110 nine cows at 20 The revival at the Methodist church is Mt Sterling in which to 30 four cows with young calves progressing with large audiences The from Cumberland River stream they had successfully toyed S32 to 42 nine short cattle pastor Rev Dr Henderson is assisted by 50 five long yearlings 33 eiuht his son who is an accomplished young with the fishes short yearlings 25 to S2750 weaning orator received amedal over six hundred Mr Peter Gentry and Miss Minnie calves 18 yearling heifer 20 hogs competitors at Vanderbuilt and graduated Todd daughter of D Frank Todd 412 per hundred chickens and a at that institution He will continue over eloped ou last Friday night and up to Sunday Mrs Dr Bates and daughter 16 cents apiece world of them the hour of going to press bad not been wheat 75 Miss Mollie have taken membership cents heard from though telegrams for their At the public sale of John F Whites The general Convention of Universalists arrest were sent in every direction assignee the Silver Creefe mill witii in session in New York last week adopt- Â¬ Miss Martin who recently returned 23 acres of land sold to Mrs R L ed the following profession of faith from West Virginia says that Miss Breck for 4025 The residence with I believe that the holy scriptures of the Mary Curtis formerly of this place 44 acres was bought by George F old and new testament contain a revela- Â¬ who was dangerously ill and partially White for 36S0 Four hundred acres tion from God to mankind and I believe paralyzed is recovering fclowly and were withdrawn the bids not being in one God the father almighty maker of heaven and earth in Jesus L hnst his son satisfactory now able to walk about her room who is the revealer of God and the saviour The sales of real estate advertised by of the world and all his holy spirit the The large culvert on Second Street C B McCord ami C M Taylor for comforter through which all disciples of near where the old Dean house stood last Christ are united in one spiritual body Saturday did not takcplace I believe in the necessity of personal after several has been completed One day last week Judge regeneration in the forgiveness of sins in weeks of work and an expenditure of John D Goodloe sold his Walnut the certainty of retribution in the final V Crawford was the 400 Mr J Meadow farm of 239 acres to J G holiness and happiness of all mankind oblicontractor and the work was well Galloway I believe that the opportunities for 4 050 gations and rewards of religion are in their done nature eternal and of such immediate PERSONAL urgency that I ought to strive earnestly A letter from Wichita Kansas says for present salvation by repenting of my that Dr C D Pattie wife and daugh sins and diligently using the means of Col John K Faulkner is ill ter arrived safe in that city Dr Pat grace which in his mercy God has pro tie was for mauy years a resident and Miss Parrish of Fayette is visiting her videdfor me business man in Richmond and a val- Â¬ cousin Miss Marguerite Parrish this Rer Dr Henderson the new pastor of uable citizen and pleasaut family were place the Methodist Church this place has lost when they removed Mr G Sam Roberts of Philadelphia Been icti vet- - engaged in-- ministerial work Last Friday was one of the worst was in Richmond last week looking just for more than thirty five years For the days for wind and dust the town the same if not more so past fifteen years he has been stationed at ever experienced Georgetown Paris Cynthiana Maysville The suggestions Dr Welby Burgin has gone to the and Harrodsburg He is one of the ablest elsewhere in this i sue relative to University of Peitiwyhania Philadelphia men in the Kentucky Conference resem- Â¬ cisterns ought to be heeded They finish his course in dentistry or street sprink Â¬ to would be ueful bling in many ways his cousin the well Mr Lewis Todd who has been ill with known Dr H A M Henderson He ling if for no other Mirpoe malarial fever for three weeks past is re Â¬ will doubtless be of that same great use- Â¬ The stock pens and sheds at Wichita covering and will be out in a few dajs fulness here that he has been in the places Kansas owned in part by Mr Talton Miss Lila Chenault and Mr W B above mentioned Dr Henderson was Einbry Jr formerly of this place liom in St Louis 58 years ago is a regu- Â¬ were burned last week The loss was Bright attended the Chenault Cockrell lar graduate of medicine and was once a ML Sterling last Wednesday covered by insurance The hotel in wedding at successful practitioner The Doctors w hich were the offices of Messrs C Maj AJ Reed and wife are in Louis- Â¬ immediate family consists of a wife and D Pattie and Jason Walker was not ville the former attending the Grand grown daughter They occupy the resi- Â¬ burned Lodge of Odd Fellows and Uie latter vis Â¬ dence on Second street next to the church iting her mother Mr Wm G White has bought of The Baptists of Kentucky begin a series J J Brooks and Dr G W Evans the Messrs W B White W H Smith of jubilee meetings to day in Louisville Madison County Drug Store This is James Tevis Abe Planticr and Dr L T in commemoration of the formation of the the drug More on Second street near Frnzec are in Louisville attending the General Association of the Baptists in the Garnet house and not J J Brooks GrantT Lodgc of Odd Fellows Kentucky on October 20 iSj7 This store on Main and Firt streets Mr Elder Parsons ot Station Camp was in is therefore the fiftieth anniversary of J V Hughes who has been in charge Richmond on Monday returning from the the Kentucky Association of Missionary of the Madison County Drug Store DaptUt jubilee in Louisville The orators of the church call He said it Baptists will take a position with Stockton that half century the Golden Age and was a remarkably fine gathering Willis they celebrate its period by a jubilee for Mr Richard Clark recently clerk in the great things they have been enabled Mu4cal League The Literature and Dr Iferndons drug store writes from accomplish Great things may composed of a number of young ladies Omaha that Prof P H Sullivan has taken to be accorded them in a spirit of justice of Lexington has arranged it series of charge of a good school in that city rather than idle compliment and no entertainments lor the winter The The delegates to the Masonic Grand community of the State is-- better acquaint- Â¬ first one a lecture by Wallace Bruce week They were ed therewith than the people of Louisville 01 Worn lihorHl in Shakefpcaie will Lodge returned last For an example of this we can not re Â¬ Rchmond Chapter Mr W F Francis take place ti to morrow evening Richmond Lodge Mr R C Stockton frain from mentioning that one of its A party from this pWe and one from We learn Foxlown Mr Wm Bennett Union churches here a few days ago granted a Winchester will attend to 711 of its members to form that arrangements have been made Sqnire John Hill Waco Mr D G severance Martin KingstonMrJ M Boen Bercaf another local Baptist church and re Â¬ with the railroad to return the same Kirksvillc Mr J tained about twice that number in its day Mr Bruces reputation as a lec- Â¬ Mr W MAdams fold though seven years ago the mother Hume Embry turer is second to none on the Ameri Â¬ church numbered fewer members than it can rostrum He talks because he has BORN demitted Courier Journal 20th something to talk about His reflec Â¬ tions on womanly heroism and giace SYNOD OF KENTUCKY On Sund y October 23 to the wife of and power of Shakespeares female T T Dozief a girl Mary Holton characters cannot fail to Interest the Rev L H Blanton member and Prof large audience that will greet hi in on Wm Willson delegate have gone to DIED this occasion Franklin to attend the 85th annual session William Harvey infant of James and of the Synod of Kentucky The Synod is Going to Missouri composed of six Presbyteries and has Eld Wilson Stiver an aged minis- Â¬ Lizzie Allman died of cholera infantum within its charge one hundred and thirty in Richmond on Tuesday October 18 ter of this county has decided to move churches with one hundred and ten minis Â¬ to Missouri to live He and his wife 1887 aged 13 months ters and fifteen thousand communicants were in town on Monday arranging From the history of the Presbyterian MATRIMONIAL- their business to that end Their object church in Kentucky the subjoined facts is to spend the remainder of their days of general interest are taken John Garrison and Miss Ella Snowden with their children This old couple HISTORY Â¬ have many friends in this county w ho daughter of Charles Snowden were mar 1S02 The Synod of Kentucky consti- Â¬ ried on Thursday October 20 18S7 Eld will give them up with soirow but tuted with three Presbyteries Transyl Â¬ wish them pleasure and comfort in A J Tribble officiating vania West Lexington and Washington their new life Miss Katie Friend of Irvine who has First session of the Synod on October 14 Bairds Digest p 252 often visited in Richmond will be married 1802 Open Session The Presbyteries of Washington 1814 next week to Rev Mr Mann of the The members of the Epiphyllidiau and Miami separated from the Synod of Methodist church that place Kentucky and with the Presbytery of Union Central University will give Mr Wallace Embry formerly of this Lancaster organized into the Synod ot an entertainment on Friday night Bairds Digest p 255 Ohio October 2Sth to which the public Is in Â¬ county and a brother of Mrs Dr Heath 1840 The Synod of Kentucky N S vited Declamations by Mr Adams was recently married in Louisville to Miss constituted at Lexington Ky consisting aid Mr H Chenault Essays by Deusenbcrry It was a tripple church of three Presbyteries Messrs S E Black and Edgar C wedding and witnessed by a house full o Union of the New School 1855 59 churches within the bounds of the Presby Â¬ Boggs Debate Messrs Mason and people consummated teries Printed Min Campbell in the affirmative Messrs Mr Frank Ditto of Brandenburg and 1S66 Disruption of the Synod by the Miller and Van Lear in the negative Mrs Ellen L Harris formerly of this operation of the so facto Decree of the If Sulject The Union must be Perpet Â¬ city were married Oct 18th at 4 r m General Assembly at Henderson Ky Printed Min October 1S66 uated at the residence of Miss Belle Peers lS63 Final action of the Synod with Louisville Ky The cer- Â¬ Chestnut street Condolence regard to organic union with the South- Â¬ emony was performed by the Rev C C ern General Assembly refei ring the mat Â¬ The many friends of Hon W T of the Episcopal church ter to the Presbyteries at Louisville Oc- Â¬ Tevis of Richmond sincerely lameht Craik Miii of Synod tober 16 1868 the series ot calamities which have The marriage of Miss Teresa BlackUnion of the Synod with the 1869 recently fullen to theshareof that most burn eldest daughter of Senator Black- General Assembly South consummated excellent and popular gentleman burn to J Tweed Stewart of Cincinnati by all the Presbyteries sending Commis Â¬ Min Presbyteries Renting under the 6hadow Hint befell occurred at St Johns Episcopal church sioners May 1069 Plan of union between the As- Â¬ 1S70 him a few short mouths ago in the loss at 12 m on Wednesday October 19th sociate Reformed Presbytery of Kentucky of a lovely wife of scarcely a years Rev W G McCready rector performed and the Synod of Kentucky consummated wedding he is called uion to bear the the ceremony The bride wore an im- Â¬ at Paris Ky October 13 1870 Min of loss ota splendid boy ten years old ported Worth costume of white satin cut Synod who lost his life last week by being entrain V neck sleeveless silk front re MODERATORS OF THE SYNOD OF KEN TUCKY killed by a runaway horse Frauk flecting opal to pink fringed with lillies of fort Capital Place of Meeting Time the valley white illusion vail and long Names white undressed kid gloves jewels dia David nice Lexington KyJJct 14 1802 Opening of Opera Ilonse Hep 61803 Samuel HUannoD monds and pearls A bouquet of lillies of James Kemper Oct 181801 Danville Mr John S Park formerly Teller In the valley was carried by the bride The James Blythe Oct 15 18U5 Oct 21 1806 Loxlnirton Jaiiiei Welsli the Madison National Bank this place bridesmaids were Misses Corinne and ArclilbdCameron Oct20lS07 although Cashier of a large bauking Lucile Blackburn attired in white silk wxn Williamson UCUUI5U3 Samuel HanuellK Oct II 1809 house In Fort Smith Ark has become embroidered tulle front bouquets of f Kobert Oct 11 1810 Jac John P Q Wilson Campbell a liberal patron of the drams and Oct 1S11 quemint roses The grooms attendant John Howe Oct 14 1812 looms up as manager of the Grand Bardstown Oct 13 1813 was Frank Andrews of Cincinnati The James Wythe Karauel Flnuler Lexington feep D 1811 Opera House in the city or his abode ltcbt were George Payne and Thomas Jew B Henderson NushvlelennGii 41815 ushers Lnpsley Oct 9 1816 It was opened on Oetber 10th in the B Macklin of Frankfort Col Hugh HMfnniilrclmm8irlnKneldKyOct 8 1817 Lexington Presence of the largest gathering of the Rogers and George Kinkead of Lexing- Â¬ Kobt Marshall Oct 14 1818 Clelaud Dauvlllc Oct 131519 kind ever seen in Fort Smith Mr ton William Christy Churchill of Louis- Â¬ Thomas Stuart 11 Bhelby vllle ltobert Oct 10 1820 Hamncl K NelsonLexluetoD Oct 1821 Park made the presentation speechHiid ville D L Thornton of Versailles John McKarlund Harnxtsbnrg Oct 15 1822 Oct 8 1823 aniig other thing he leferred to tlie The church was exquisitely decorated James K Burcn Lexington ldeonliackburnShelbyvle Oct 13 1821 house as the finest institution of the with choice roses Prof Wayiand Gra- James UlyUie Louisville Oct 12 1825 Oct 11 1828 kud in the South west and said that ham of Frankfort presided at the organ Jer Chamberlain Danville Jax K Borch Oct 10 1827 u Cnal a hundred thnusaud dollars and tendered Mendelssohns Kit Smith Oct S1K28 wedding Jame U Uaruf Paris Oct 8 1829 Te Daily Jwrnal gpeBfcs flatteringly march while the bridal party proceeded John IT Paxton Danville Frankfort Oct 13 1830 Edgar John Oct 12 1831 I Mr Parks eflbrt and is lavish in from the vestibule tosthe chancel entrance JohnCYonng Louisville Oct 10 1832 WLBrecklnrldgeLexlnRtou description or the many beauties of the to the church as follows Oct 9 18S3 First the six Andrew Told Danvlllr Oct 81831 building Prominent gentlemen of the Nathan L Bice Howling UreenOct 11 1S ushers in couples followed by two brides Â¬ Samuel Lynn BardMown Oct 12 1836 eity also made speeches including the maids then came the bride leaning upon Jnmes K Burch Danville Oct 11 1837 Mayor Paris John F Price Oct 10 1838 the arm of her father The ushers took Jamc3llawthorneHopknsvlle Oct 91839 queensware c R James will preach Resigned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The young members of Madison Club gave a delightful German on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 1ES7 Thursday night There were fifteen couples including Miss Alliaon of Ohio See card of the Gait House the larg- and Miss Simsof Paris Trost Sax est Mid fiuest hotel in Kentucky tons orohestra was present and rendered m The morning tralu North now passes their finest music At midnight an and refresh Richmond at 629 or 7 minutes earlier intermission occurred ments were served The Club affords than heretofore many attractions for an entertainment Mr Thomas H Hart will begiu to- Â¬ owing to its excellent dancing floor morrow afternoon at 1 oclock to sell elegaut parlors and spacious rooms at auction his entire stock of groceries generally Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX The Clnb German places upon either side of the chancel rail Â¬ LettlA Green Young ing The bridesmaids took their stand at John C Proctor Dttvki U Humphrey the left of the altar The groom attend- KP Hopkins II H ed by Mr Andrews met the bride at the Nathan HHall Wmt right of the altar where they were united David T Matthews Stuart Daniel L Gray - The ceremony was beautiful imand Â¬ pressiveAfter the ceremony the bridal party together with a large number of friends repaired to the home of Senator Blackburn on Rose Hill where an elegant reception was held until 1 oclock RELIGIOUS Ezeklet Porinnn Danville Oct II 1871 We also fcarry a nice line of Wra FJnnkln Marsvlllr Oct 9 1872 not delay your work Daniel P Young Padacah Oct f 1873 1874 John W Pugh Louisville Nov R JCSraoot Owensboro No 101875 X Gelou H Rout Richmond Nov K 1876 D Oweu Davits Covington Oct 17 1877 MatthewVauLcarBardMown Oct 91878 Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements L H Blantpn Bowling GreenOct 8 1879 Georgetown J V Logan Oct 131880 Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills c M Saunders Nicholaavllle Oct 12 1881W L Xonra Hliellivvlllr ll t is ikkAJN KM Green Harrodsburg Oct 10 1883 W F V Bart lei t Hopklnsvllle Oct 8 WU IRON MANTELS AND GRATE3 June22tf FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY Mt Sterling Oct 211885 HMtcuddert K W Bedlnger Richmond Oct 13 1SS0 1 BRECK A WIGGINS Oct IS 1841 E Oct IS 1842 41843 Oct Oct 91814 Bep2filHi Oct 11810 Sholbynlle Henderson Oct 13 1817 Ruxsellrllle Oct 12 1843 RJHrecklnrldge Danville Oct 11 1819 Joseph J BallockFrankfort Oct 9 1850 Robert COrundy Louisville Oct 81851 John D MatthewBardstowu Oct IS 1852 M Hobson Danville BeuJ Oct 12 1853 Jno Montgomery Lexington Oct 101854 Wm W Hill Covington Oct 10 1855 8 R A Johnston Greensboro Oct 14 1858 1857 It F Caldwell 8helbyvllle Oct 13 1853 Stnart Robinson Lebanon Oct 1859 Hopklnsvllle Oct IS JohnlLRIce Robert Q Brank Louisville Oct 10 18U0 AnronA Hogue Harrodsburg Oct 9 1881 H Yerkes May 1 1862 Paris Frankfort JKLyle Oct I 1863 Danville JLMcKee Oct 13 1884 Robert L Breck Louisville Oct II ISoS R Douglas Henderson Oct 10 18o8 Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city prices Oct 91887 JT Heudrlck Lebanon J N Hauuders Louisville Oct 11 1868 We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory T A Bracken EllzabettitownOct IS 18C9 We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and will J E8nillman Pails Oct 12 1870 job you can get anywhere Danville Frankfort Mayavllle Lexington Richmond HarrodHbarg Sep241810 W F WIGGINS BRECK rTiailEi Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP EEAPEST ST IN RICHMOND Builders Hardware and Building Material SXIIffGTOIff BELLE COOK STOVES and RAIMGES BLASTING- THE PALACE POWDER -- JDYr AMITE DRY GOOD S wmm A STATED CLERKS OF THE SYNOD OF KEN TUCKY Â¬ he OF-- HOUSE Namci whcn elected Names ahen elected Robt Marshall iSoa Samuel Steele 1829 lames Welsh 1803 RobtDavidsoni85 J P Campbell 1810 S SMcRoberts 1841 Robert Stuart 1813 F GStrahan xS66 Thos Cleland 1821 J VLogan 1871 John T Edgar i8 L H Blanton 1S74 xoio juim nuason JJzT3Li AT--- J bwPm BEREA Edwin S Fee and family from Iu diaua are visiting at bis fathers The Sunday school at Hickory Plains formerly closed for the reason on Sun Â¬ day last Miss Jessie Osborne has returned from northern Ohio where she spent the Biimmer Rev D Long President of Antioch College occupied the pulpit Sunday THE ONLY-- AKIIr0 POWDER Absolutely Pure Â¬ morning end night Mr and Mrs McColItim have re- Â¬ turned from quite an extended visit in the northern part of the State Tills powder never varies A marvel of parity strength A mass meeting under the auspices economical than and wholesomeness More the ordinary kinds and of the Womans Christian Temperance cannot be MId In competition with the mul of low alum will be held at the Glade church titudespowders test hortwelghl cans or plios Union Sold only in Rotax Ehate POWDEK Co loa Wall BUN Y Saturday night the 29th Jnue 22 tf A convention of Christian people of different denominations was held it A number one stock of Clothing con the College Chapel Friday Saturday and Sunday Many subjects of Chris- Â¬ sisting of extra pants all sizes and grades suits nil sizes from four years tian work were discussed old to n No 50 size also a large line of IRVINE overcoats are now being closed out ut octlO 2t cost by J I Li ter W D Richardson and Steve Snow Â¬ den returned from the motintaius witii Leys Electrofone will do all that is a large drove of fat cattle ready for the claimed for it For sale by Stockton market Willis The firm of Mirier and Stacy at Wisemantown has been dissolved Mr Mens and Boys brogaus at C C Ct19 4t- J P Miller will carry on the bu sines Wallaces nt the old stand 3Iy stock of goods must be closed out The Master Commissioner sold a Cull nod see me if you want bargains number of valuable tracts of timbered 0CI19 4I J C LVTEB land on Monday last County Court Dont fail to call at J C Lyteis and day at very low prices report comes that a large force see how cheap you ean buy a new suit The oct0 2t of men will begin grading for the L of clothing C V Railroad to day near Sams P If you need a pair of shoes or boots O seven miles North of Irvine octlO 4t go to Wallaces Messrs A Wallaw E P Benlon J C Lyter Is closing out his clothing and O D Henderson attended the Grand Lodge at Louisville as delegates regardless of cot to quit business from the various Masonic Lodges in Waukenpliast this county Shoes at Wallaces They never hurt James Portwood was tried before your feet octlO 4t Judge Benton on the 15th inst on the Go to Lytera for cheap clothing he charge of horse stealing and In default ocllO 2t of S250 bail was sent to jail to nwait the is closing out to quit -action of the Grand Jury C C Wallace asks you to call at bis The young people have organized a shoe lioiibe on lower Main street Bur musical and literary club and the gins old stand formerly Moberleys Seminary boyp and the tjiwii boys have and examine his new and varied stock octl9 4t each organized a base ha club and of hoots and shoes have played several match gme I have a large line of Fine Goods that Lev Flynn T J Flynn and F M I am making up at n great reduction iu Collins sold at public sale the farm on prices I would be pleased to have all Station Camp known as the Wm call and see them J C Lyter Arvine farm for 1900 a vry low octlO 2t price its tills farm formerly sold for 5200 Wallace wants to see you at his shoe octl9 4t store on Main street A stitch in time saves nine and Cholera Cure Chicken Granters A large anthracite coal stove for sale will save- a hundred or more chickens cheap at J C Lyters store room from cholera If given in time It is ocll9 2t plan by sold on the The best bargains ever offered In Willis Stockton Clothing can now be had at J C Ly Â¬ The lowest prices in town on cur ters Call and see him before you taitiB and carpets J S Collins octl9 2t buy Â¬ 11 - Cost On Account of Bad Health is Strictly Cash House in Eichmond You Can Save Erom 25 to 50 Per Ceut by buying Your Goods for the Money Right Down You can buy as much for 5 cash as you can for 10 on a credit You have to pay dear for your little timeso always go to the Store that J C LYTER SELLS FOR CLOSING OUT but HIS IMMENSE STOCK OF EVERYTHINfi self CASH ONLY IS VERY and you will find out that you can buy a whole lot of Goods for a little money LOf you wont find it out in a Credit Store only go to a Cash Store and convince your- Â¬ HOW CHEAP YOU GAft If QW GLOTHI mv Dry Goods OVERCOATS c READY MADE BUY I have a full and complete stock of Now is the time to make your purchase Call and he will AT COST UTou -- Flannels Shawls Ci A Bargain A LiARG K STOCK OF- All Overcoats Sizes That Must Go Jeans Blankets aston- Â¬ aug31 8t I will sell anything in my store for less than it can be purchased for else- Â¬ Misa Sallle Martin will continue where J C Lyteb dress making nt Mrs T S Ellis and oct 19 2t invites all of her friends to call J C Lyter says his stock of clothings oc5 4t HI must be sold Call and see him for a Wallace oct 19 2t bargain C C Wallace nt Burglns old Btand Brooks the druggist sep2Stf Patronize on Main street formerly C F Mober leya place has a fresh and excellent A full line of French goods atTribble stock of Boots and Shoes of great sep7tf Blounts m Everything from French variety Finest FloUr in town at Tribble calf down to heavy brogan French sep 71 f broad toe Loudon pointed toe high Blounts heel low heel narrow bottom broad J 8 Collins stock of furniture car- Â¬ bottom High prices low prices pets and lace curtains Is the largest octl9 4t ever in Richmond and his priced the aug31 8u lowest Auction Auction Dress Making 09m SgjgAll persons indebted to me must and a whole lot of Goods at prices to call and settle as I mean business ish you JJ t f F J C LYTER yard yard yard All wool Tricot Cloth 37ic per All wool Plaid Elannel 25c per Silk Velvets in all colors 75c per 53STIO IN CLOAKS for Ladies Misses and Children at Bottom 1 m m OfGroceries Queensware Glassware Just received at Tribble Blounts Pocket and Table Cutlery Jewelry 600 dozen cans of Tomatoes Corn Notions etc Auction will begin on Peas Beans Peaches Pears Apricots Thursday afternoon next at 1 oclock and other canned fruits and vegetables and will continue every afternoon and Cheapest place in town sep7 tf night until entire stock is closed out J S Cnllins wants 3 011 to call and Main street one door below Ramseys dry goods house Come oue and all see his special drives in lace curtains aug31 St and secure bargains Eemember the and carpets time and place oct261t Blonnt headquarters for Tribble sep7tf tea Sjrnp or Figs -- I am simply over stocked and must reduce same WALLPAPE IIUiS otg Bboes SQ NOTE THE PRICE Einest Embossed Gold Paper worth 1 reduced to 50 cents Eine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced Prices i p Rubber 9 what it is to miss a sale the largest stock in the city and I am go- Â¬ ing to sell them way dowu I never know i 5 - u TKHaet Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal is Natures Own true Laxative It is the most easily taken and the most pleas- Â¬ antly effective remedy known to cleanse the system when bilious or cos- Â¬ tive to dispel headaches colds and fevers to cure habitual constipation indigestion etc For sale in 60 cents Willis and 100 bottles by Stockton Fine Oranges Bananas and Lemons received daily atTrlbblo Blounts sep7lf Best quality Canvassed Hams Breakfast Bocou and Dried Beef at Tribble sep7tf Blounts Administrators Mice Â¬ Every can of goods that you buy Blount is guaranteed to from Tribble be of standard weight and quality sep7tf to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to for Men and Boys Overcoats in all styles 15 cents Odd Coats Odd Pants Odd Tests for half Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced to price to get rid of them 10 cents CLOTHING 1 Everything at RHDUGED FRIGES Dont curtains fail to see J Parties holding claims against the es tate of A M White deceased will please Dont buy cheap llgbt wfighf canned present them properly verified for pay- Â¬ ment to me at the Second National Bank goods when you can buy standard as early as convenient Blouuts for the goods at Tribble All persons indebted to the estate are sep7tf notified for the last time to come forward same mouey and pay same 360cm J STONE WALKER Admr of Canned Fruits and Thousands Vegetables are being received daily at sep7tf Tribble and Blounts 8 Collins S2 lace aug 31 St REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cents and a great many per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selec- Â¬ ous to mention tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices goods named HATS AND CAPS other articles too numer- Â¬ I have a house full of gm GEO M WILLGING of all sizes The Zastoss peas ana aU seeds and trams GALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY Julyi3 tf And Cash Will Buy Them Cheap Come for Bargains to the Cheapest Store in Richmond The Palace Dry Goods Clothing and Shoe House of S Collins 2 lace curtains will as Â¬ tonish you Cnll and see them 31agSt Something New lean give you the beat lace curtain 2 to on the market for the money 15 J Bj 7 ulld TRACTION and F03TASLE EHGIHES BOM AHZA TUKESHEB fofwneat oatS MX Clover IUiVUbVUtU aiJULW BIAliUJU HSU OAW mililn The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city riVrita for Free Clrcmaxs Jg JL Acsnta Wanted oVLA Rates2so to oct28 1y 4 Per Day 1 JSCollins augSlfit Jf aug81 8t According to rooms Lacecurtalus in great variety nt 8 ConiDa 52 to 15 oct18 lOt F rig CL HAYS TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT FULL OF FUN RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL LOCAL DIRECTORY FERDINAND WARD USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE First Saturday in every month On tho farm as olscwhoro waste Hew tin Notorious llank TTrccker Occn Swedos iron appoars it an ad- TThnro nrn T72 rnlnrpfi nrvuhrra In DIRECTORY LODGE COUNTY OFFICERS tokos more than storms frosts and in - vortisemont If Swedes Iron thoy L n N lIe JllsXIiuoatbInsSinecUof C ChcnaulL Is E Farmer County Judge saajs MASONIC Vnrflinttul WriV nrtrhnre- - tlir mftt might go into copartnership with thq L of your Christian character Phllaaolpniajn 1780nd thoTiankol County Clerk Thomas Thorpe 2SoEsrhuni seed is nrononncod hv noted nrisoner of all a curious com 4 Chinasdwho Lodjie No je meets and Richmond should bo that you aro a joy bearing County Attorney J A Sullivan North America waS jijannedior 1731 rthosewSo bare used Have you hoard tho sad mls- - angel to tho world Bcecher and 4th Tuesday in each month itfl gol foed for pound of shrewdness and weakness Sheriff N B Deatherage and opened 1782 The Massachusetts hogs It will W M J 8PEED SMITH fatten thorn rapidly it is unlimited cheek and with nb conseialfco I fortune that has befallen our friend Jailor George V Maupin Wo never graduate in religion bc hank was incorporated 1788 that of claimed B J Newlon Secretary Coroner Alexander Norris 4NoWhat was tho mat- rtchikrod fiomn varh Maier nor iH iiieiul tho nearer wo aro to God tho New Yerk was chartered 1791 although Surveyor B F Crooke Why only last nlghtho joined caoso To Disperse Black Ants A foir rogueries in wHchTtiewosjiot solely to J tor- more we see there is to be learned since 1784 under Alexander Hamiltons Richmond R A Chapter No 16 Assessor John W McPherson leaves of wormwood seattered in the blame llis vanity Jed him to take a us at 5uppor well and licarty as meets trd Tuesday In each month Wcsleyan University receives 25 Articles of Association had beon Supt Public Schoos Mrs Amanda Yes and to day only six usual1 ef- Â¬ W F FRANCIS II P leading part in it tho most prominent doing business Alexander Hamilton haunts of these insects is said to be Million 000 from the estate of Oliver Hoyt and D P Armer Secretary indeed and as it rolled on and on hours afterward he was marriodl also originated a plan for a United fectual ia dislodging them CITY OFFICERS Cornell College Iowa receives 10 Magdeburg er Zeilunq Animals are subject to sunstroke like some enormous snowball always States baak with a capital of 10000 City Judge H C Rice COMMANDERY NO Iq sot-Â¬ 000 RICHMOND A littlo villago of Provonco is getting bigger it grew out of all con- Â¬ 009 three fourths to be paid in United as well as human beings if compelled City Attorney A J Reed Tho Rev Dr A C Hirsch of Cin Regular meeting first Tuesday in each itself City Collector R A Barlow States stock at six per cent whiek to endure excessive heat The pasture trol am beyond his comprehension It ting quuto up as a fashion ablo resort cinnati has accepted tho Presidency ofil month Visiting Sir Knights arc courteWe from its printed circular City Clerk Wm G White plaa was adopted awl approved by should always contain a fow shade was a matter of days onlv when it Thanks to tho exceptional salubrity tho University of tho Pacilio at an anÂ¬ ously invited to attend would end and his efforts were at last Washington in 179L The bank was trees also running water CITY rOLlCE J SPEED SMITH nual Balary of 3000 Cedar chests are best to keep flan Â¬ all directed toward tiding over each of the climate wo enjoy wo may clto reorganised in 1816 with a capital of Eminent Commander J D Feeney and J A Mershon More than one half of tho CongreÂ¬ section of tho coast as that having 35000009 the United States subserib nels for cloth moth are nevor found in hour not to arranging tho final catas- Â¬ our D P Armer Recorder gational ministers in tho United States CITY COUNCIL any other iBg 7006000 withiBterest at 6 par them lied cedar chips aro good to trophe which was left to tnko care of oldor contonarians than M Coko writes tlxat Kisses engaged in pastoral work aro homo J D Mitchell Mayor Helen Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville oeat but in consequence of a general keep in drawers wardrobes closets itself Tlte amount of business dono missionairles 1571 m alL Tho pro-Â¬ First Ward J Stone Walker meets Saturday evening before the full by Grant Ward throHghthc clearingÂ¬ on her brow aro tho richest diadem a financial depression was tbe next rear trnnks etc to keep out moths Second Ward G W Evans is increasing And yet portion womans soul aspires to moon in evety month house was 369000000 a figure ropre Third Ward Owen McKee 172 in great danger of failure The Mothers Magazine There are few signs in a souls state T E SHANKS WM young lady on Fourth Ward J W Caperton If your child has the ear ache penting also about one quarter of tho tho follow who kisses a United States Legislature refusing to J M Smith Secretary hor brow whilo her rosy lip3 are mak Â¬ moro alarming than that of religious rimew the charter a S tate bank called turn a drop of hot milk as i can be national debt of the United States Â¬ - indifference that is the spirit of think JUSTICES OF THE PSACECONSTADLESAND The man who managed all this now ing motions liko a patent clothesthe United States Bank was chartered borne into the ear and cover it quick Â¬ Â¬ ing all religions equally true tho real PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING Kingston Lodge No 3 15 at Kingston ly with a bit of cotton batting This works in a shabby little prison room wringer is not tho man for tho posiin Pennsylvania and eventually failing meaning of which is that all rcligiona meets Saturday evening before the full COURT tion IbeitrMole account was settled 1856 The simple remedy has relieved many ob- containing a shabby printing outfit moon in every month are equally f alse F W Robertson How do you liko his voice FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND MONTHS 26000000 deporited by share hoklers stinate cases of ear aehe Indianapo- Â¬ with which he strikes off very 6habby JAMES M BOEN W M The Episcopal Church in Virginia letter and bill heads for the prison It asked a lady of a critic as they sat in was totallr lost while the Govern meat lis Journal NOVEMBER J C Witt Secretary a London drawing room a day or two claims to havo 6000 colored communi- Â¬ realised 7063197 upon its investment When drawing hny and grain to isnt work to speak of it is notunder D P Armer Richmond District No cants who havo SO places of worship Waco Lodge No 33S at Waco meets at Court House 3rd Wednesday of stock State banks were afterwards the barn from the field I placed a the tin relaxing watchfulness in which ago and listened to a throaty tenor Wm Well I think I could honr it easier if exclusively their own In West Vir Â¬ 4th Saturday in every month widely is Willis at Court House 1st Saturday chartered in the interest of individual strong rope across it in such a way that other prisoners toil but ginia ten years ago tho Episcopal D G MARTIN W M take it out and file it a little Lyman Parrish Constable and dominant political parties The by passing it over a pulley attached to different from a scat in the directory of hed now W T Fielder Secretary Foztown District No 2 G B Million charters were sometimes fraudulently a beam and then under another on tbe theMarincBankora desk in the private was tho reply And the critic was a churches had 1S00 communicants 3rd Monday Richmbnd obtained and enrreney issued to three door I can with one horse tip the office of the once much envied young littlo astonished afterward to find that the number is 2719 United Prcsbytc D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at at Kings Store Buffalo school house John the reason why tho lady interrogated rian times the amount of their eapital and whole load oft the wagon at once One and enterprising firm of Grant Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Kanatzar inS Chenault Constable 4th Saturday J If a member is bent on running month in 1S14 1SS7 and 1357 many of them man can in three to five minutes get Ward The active partner wears stripes him no more was that sho was the JOHN HILL W M Union District No Albertis Parks your church let him run only keep Hispeuded payment John G Taylor Secretary A ref itrm move rid of a load of hay and not lift the of coarse woolen fabric but they fit tenors wife N Y Herald at Union City 1st Saturday John A Death and him in the right track If he takes a Colonol Bwlog3 him neatly His boots are polished meat ia bank enrreney was inaugu Â¬ weight of ten pounds Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R notion not to do that then cut tho Â¬ rated in Massaehnsetts in 1835 and a White Cake One ami one half and shapely and he looks pretty well furies who has been at my meerBut so long as ho is headed in town meets 3rd Saturday in every month N Lanter Constable servi- Â¬ traces Julius tho colored safety fund system recommended by cups of sugar one half cup each of groomed Ward is not a man to suffer schaum SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton Â¬ Mr Van Baren adopted ia ISM Ia butler and corn starch one and one much in imprisonment His fibre is not tor Aint seen nobody handlin it the right direction dont be too parÂ¬ Jacob H Shearer Secretary at Waco 2nd Saturday John W Confound ticular about his gait or paooe InColonol Bowlegs 1838 the Free Bank Aet passed tbe half cups of flour one half cup of fine enough for that his tempcramont sir Mooresat Waco 3rd Saturday Charles terior Berea Lodge No 617 at Beict meets Oldham Constable it it seems to be full of debris New York Legislature which anther sweet milk the whites of six eggs and is sanguine and his ambitions unqual M Thoro is a law in Washington Ter- Â¬ ut Saturday Wm M ADAMS W Fore do Lawd Julius alarmed iaed any number of persons to form a two teaspoonfuls of baking powder Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at ified by tSie character of their aims J C Davis Secretary Kingston 4th Saturday Leeland D bank association snbj et to contain flavor with one teaspoonful of lemon gratify tltemselvcs in small struggles kunnol I confosi I smoked em but I ritory compelling the teachers of pub-Â¬ Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday didnt use nothin bnt Lino Jiwk I lic schools to teach physiology and hy- Â¬ specific conditions and liabilities and one half teaspoonful of vanilla I as readily as withreatpnes I 0 0 T Young Constable George giene and if thoy do not teach tho Banks may now be organised by any often vary this by using two whole eggs His life in prison has not been an wouldnt put no such stuff as day I O O F Madison Lodge No Glade District No 6 James M Wood same they can not draw school money meets every Monday night14 Odd Fellows number of persons over nye with a and the whites of two making a very easy one Ha thought that money brco in any gonlomans pipe at at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Galalso If tho pupiis will not study those Hallon Main Street capital of at least a WO000 unless ia KJeh color Household could secure him immunity from all its Philadelphia CalL loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday cities of less than 6000 inhabitants M B ARBUCKLE N G A man and his wife onco sat down studies they can bo expelled from tho R G Ballard Constable Apple Itoly Poly Peel quarter and hardships but if it could in any way school when a capital of 30009 is needed Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton LJ Frazee Secretary core sour apples make rich biscuit soften the asperities of prison life it to compose epitaphs for each other while if the population k 50000 the To know God as the beginning and at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander had to be applied with more tact than The husbaud who had led rather an dough roll thin and put in the apples Boone Encampment N040 meets every Ray at Kirks Hie Saturday J M capital must exceed 201000 One sliced thin roll up put in a pudding he brought to its application Unfor- Â¬ unquiet life of it suggested the fol- Â¬ end the root and cause tho giver the Odd Fellows Fowler Constable 3rd third enahfer the lovo and joy and perfect first and Main Thursday at third of the capital must be invested tunately for him he expressed his lowing for his bettor half Hall on Street Richmond Ky and then into a kettle of boiling Poosey District No 8 J N Hendrcn Here Mes toy wife good the present ono existenco in all ia United States bonds and circa bg with an earthen plate in the views Tbe methods adopted to con- Â¬ W L FARLEY C P water And Heaven knows at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A latisg notes to the amount of 90 per bottom boil one and one half hours vince him of his error were prompt and things and degrees and conditions is L J Frazee Scribe Not less for mine than hor roposo Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday truest cent may he issued upon this In 1S74 Before using the pudding stern but it was some time before On rending this tho wife jumped up life And fairh in its simplest Richmond Uniform Dcgre Camp No S D Carpenter Constable an aet provided for the deposition constantly it from hot water and flour they were effective At first he was anil in a fit of exasperation exclaimed form is to do His will in tho mightiest Million District No 9 J M Long at Â¬ 3 meets second Thursday in each month with the treasurer of sums of not less bag wring well Any kind of nice put to work dragging ashes from under You mean old thing you shant have one thing revealing itself at tho mo- at Ufld fellows nan Stapps Store3rd Tuesday A B New the inside than 9000 and the withdrawal of sauce is good with roly poly Our a boiler It wjs hot hard wotk but lie any epitaph at all Ill loavo your ment as duty George Maedonald by at iliilmans Store ird Saturday R A BARLOW Captainn bonds as security another 1875 A teacher of one of tho Boston pri- Â¬ was kept to it for s leral weeks Then tombstone as smooth as your old bald James A Harvey Constable L J Frazee Clerk Country Home authorised an issue of circulating notes mary schools was instructing a class in KNIGHTS OP HONOR Custard s Put the washed the Bay State Shoe Company secured pate Harpers Bazar unlimited in extent but commanded his services as book keeper one Monday A man recontly hung himself with the first rudiments of geography and eggs in a saucepan of cold water ami Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets notes the retirement of legal tender I let them just come to a boil than take and found him ridiculously incompetent a clothesline and in the nolo left to speaking of tho polescanshe said the everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows till they should be reduced to 300 Hall at 7 oclock them up Or y them in a hot tin on Tuesday In j outh he had been an lib mourning friends ho brightened wonder if any of j ou Yestell mo 000000 The New York banks were maam I amateur journalist and had some idea W B BENNY Dictator earthly pilgrimage by saying in names of the poles hold one quarter of their pail cover them with boiling water of setting type and this fact has di- Â¬ their required to said a bright little fellow tho James Tevis Reporter I can the language of a fallen chieftain put the top ou the pail and leave them deposits aad circulation as a reserve rected the current of his life in prison was hound to fight it out on this line son of a well known electrician fund others to hold 15 per cent for on the kitchen table for fire minutes The firm of Perry Co stove makers CHURCH DIRECTORY Well Johnny what are they And then as if it took all summer the same purpose But this provision Drain off the water pour ou more enjoyed a large contract at that time he felt for the last tlmo tho gentle came tho au Â¬ Postive and negtivc BAPTIST Has repealed ia 1S74 The interest at boiling water and replace the top and had need of blanks bill heads and vibration of tho muses wings a grim thoritative response Golden Days which National banks may loan money Wrap a hot towel about the pail and labels Cane Spring Calvinist ut Saturday They set Ward to wrk tread- Â¬ but sanctified humor stole over his A typographical error appeared in is regulatjd by the law of the States leave it four minutes before dishing ing the press with which these were classic features and dipping his quill the Portland Sunday Times a fow and Sunday Pator Rev Wiliam Ru but where none such is stated 7 ter the eggs They will be like a soft cus- Â¬ struck off When Perry pard Co were in the ebony fluid ho signed himself 3 ears ago which resulted more happily tard throughout and more digestible cent has been generally understood Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and legislated out of their position as con- Â¬ DutUh Para than is usual in such cases In an cord ially yours than if cooked in any other way Bes Â¬ The surplus of the banks was in 1856 tractors Ward and his printing office araplier ncuncing a church supper and concert Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson tow Budget 50000000 and in 1877 130000000 Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding became an appendage of the prison A missionary who had- - boon in tho word concert wis perverted to One thousand six hundred and twelve He can do all the work required of him China said that a Chinoso thief is tho dance A young man who read the Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble NEW PARISIAN STYLES State banks have been turned into Na Â¬ Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday The rest of his most impudent creature on earth and item and was attracted by tho dance Wrap aad White Woel Toilets Tor the in an honr each day tional banks aad have brought 40 time he spends in reading and in such being asked to give some facts to sub Â¬ strolled into tho vestry He became so Pastor T L Lawson Warn Daas f Rtrlf Fil 000 000 into the system Kirksville Brick Church One per cent Saturday The much interested that he afterward at- and Sunday Pastor Rev J AJames To judge by the models which modis- Â¬ idle ways as he can find diverting stantiate his assertion ho said tax is annually paid upon the circulaÂ¬ tes are now engaged in preparing for Even the fact that he is the most no-Â¬ clock in tho hall of my mission resi- Â¬ tended church services there professed Republican 2nd tion of the bank and one half per torious prisoner in the corrraunity of dence was stolen ono night and the religion and is now a highly esteemed and Sunday after Saturday and Sunday THE NEWSIEST 4th Saturday Pastor cent a p j their eapital not in Uaited the autumn and winter wrappings bid 1500 MOST FEARLESS ratals is a source of pride and next afternoon the thief brought it to clergyman Rev fair to be as varied the coming season States bonds Toledo Blade satisfaction to him and he oeurts the me to show him how to wind it up MOST POPULAR In 1716 tho First Presbyterian as they were last rear They will be Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and THE VILLAGE DOCTOR asked an nudi And did you do it Church was formed and in 1719 tho Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each worn long or short according to the curious regard whch visitors so readily ABLEST EDITED observa- Â¬ tor No answered tho missionary first house of worship was erected in Sabbath Praj er meeting Thursday night Seme 1hHesefiliIcal Observations 3Iade demands of the occasions long for the grant him and basks in the Newspaper In America but I wound tho thief up so thor- Â¬ Wall street between Nassau street and Pastor Rev 13 Julian Iluwiliorue carriage and for general wear by tion of the crowds which flock into Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd One of the most entertaining people ladies no longer young short for visits prison on holidays oughly that it took him six months in Broadway For fifty years this was the For Inside Information of schemes public He enjoys newspaper notoriety too jail to run down in the village is the doctor for how Â¬ for walking and for day wear by K Y Ledger only Preshj terian Church and was Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Pastor Rev E II Burnam corporate prtrate or other kind you will bo ever closely he may be allied with in Â¬ young ladies Long cloaks are made The fact that most of the publications Farmer Hopnkc Fall to young commonly spoken of as tho Presby- Â¬ obliged to read THE EXQUIREB Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday patient community he must also be to of woolen plain or in very fine stripes relating to his life in prison have been man dont be bashful Ive scd graco terian Church In 1761 a part of the As to political and social Intelligence a greater or less extent a man of tho or almost imperceptible checks The far from complimentary serves perhaps and thore aint nothing else to do but congregation withdrew and built the Pastor Rev B S Hunting Union 1st Saturday and following Sunworld The time you spend with him doth is never heavy the woolens are J to check his enjoyment of them hut oat TRUTH AND FACTS Beg pardon but Scotch Church in Cedar street be-Â¬ day Pastor Rev Litewaito John G Pond wilt surely not be thrown away un One is sadly Ignorant who tails to consult thai supple and comparatively light A not- to destroy his pleasure in the fact the flies and or tho mo quitoes tween Nassau street and Broadway In Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday greatest o all newspapers less indeed you visit him ia his pro Â¬ touch of fancy is displayed in long that he is still before tbe public His hardly give mo time to collect my 17G6 a new church was built in BookÂ¬ Pastor Rev J A James fessional capacity then it will all deÂ¬ mantles of tartan plaid in dark sub- Â¬ inordinate vanity ia beyond shame and Tho skcoters Hoprake man street between Nassau and Park thoughts Waco United pend oa circumstances A doctor in dued soft colors Their shape is simple selfish and envious lie lias easily be-Â¬ Wall I declare how porticular some Row and this was popularly called the day Pastor Rev 2nd Saturday and SunAmerica is very apt to have been a trav- Â¬ the fronts falling straight held only come the most unpopular man in folks air I thought you said you Bnck Meeting house In 1798 a fourth Richmond First United colored SerTor a lire newspaper that allows nothing to eler and being an American to have at the neck b a clasp of metal or pas Â¬ prison not only among the convicts come down to tho country for a church was erected at tho corner of vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday acape Its knowledge suppresses nothing of Im seen a great deal that au ordinary sementerie the back sometimes plaited but with the keepers who regard him change Jemima pass the salt pork to Rutgers and Henry streets Public in each month at oclock A M and portance for a bribe or obligation applies no it traveler misses His knowledge of the at the waist under a belt which stops as an unmitigated nuisance anddonot the young man also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor sugar coated excuse for ctII deeds or their an Philadelphia Call Spirit Elder M Campbell of Ins feltow ereatures seems to short under the arms frequently a fail to let him know it Still there are thou calls mistakes by their proper names assist Mm ia observing facts connected cape is added sometimes a hood the good qualities about Ward He accepts WIT AND WISDOM CATHOLIC THE LIMEKILN CLUB NONE EQUAL THE ENQUIRER with their external environment he is sleeves which are rolled under are his snubs and there are man bestowed Richmond Services 1st and 3rd SunComprised la Its columns are complete Mar comparatively free from prejudices with unvarying good nature He is Brother Gardner Pays a ComcrratlTo Happiness is not pcifected until it days 10 A M Pastor Rev Father ket Reports Telegraphic News from all orer the rather wide and gathered at the arm aad his opmieas upon things in genHaley Tributo to a Deceased II roth or chipper and good tempered under all is shared Vane Porter hole and wrist world Excellent Feature Articles Miscellaneous eral are dietated by solid common It ar my painful dooty toan DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Successful treachery is worso than Food for the Intelligent Brain Moral InstrucShort wraps when intended to be conditions and has no apprehensions Â¬ His professional training worn in the morning or destined for for the future He still has matters in nounce another deatli among dc mem honost defeat American Merchant Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding tion Tenia CrlUdxms and Sparkllcg Wit to sharpen his insight into young girls are almost always made of litigation and Bourke Cockran his bers of dis club The policy of the Exqurexs U to servo the raid Brother Gard- Â¬ Traveler Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden country and people Impartially to human nature aad if his own naÂ¬ plain cloth or furred cloth or coarse counsel is a frequent visiter His ner as the meeting oponoiL Unper Tho man without enemies may 5th Sunday PastorEld J W Harding wholeabout genuinethe In it Ing reforms bene and ture he sociable and humane he forms woolen thick and warm Tbev are wife has considerable property a house ceived Watsin an honorary membor not be much of a man but ho has a Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ bring ficial to all to freely speak ths truth and giro many aenosble acquaintances ia all made in any one of the numberless in Stamford and a hotel splendidly residin at Griffln Ga ar no mo on day Pastor Elder Colier soft time of it Kirksville and Sunday and preceding facta to exposo corruption wherever found parts of the world Ia the seclusion jacket shapes with or without a cape furbkbed on the Connecticut river be Â¬ nirtb I hev bin notified by letter dat and to render all possible assistance la the Politeness is money which en- Â¬ of his rural study shadowed by the of the same material which does not tween Hartford and Savbrook This he passed away a week ago Do stew Â¬ riches not him who receivos it but him oaiuruay iu5iur ciuer joscpn itanew detection and punishment of vice Mt Pleasant 2nd and ith Sundays and elm tree on the lawn and rendered reach farther than the elbow the cape hotel although a small one is a very ard will drapo do red sool wid do Subscribe for It for 1SS7 enjoy the satis preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 faction of being a Tooder ofand bat newspaper fragrant by the lilae bush under the may or may not have a hood the hood luxurious aiiair niieu witn naru wood usual emblom of mournin an if do who dispenses it the A M Pastor Elder B C Hagermarw The strongest men arc the most In the world window he cons over the latest dis Â¬ is always pointed The jacket is inva Â¬ throughout and all sorts of luxuries not decoased was behind on his dues ho tender hearted Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and The coolest and coveries of science aad meditates to be found in the average summer will draw a blue mark fru do account Â¬ riably adjusted and is usually some Saturday preceding wisely aad discriminatingly upon poli Â¬ what long or is lengthened by Hat establishment I knowed Bruddcr Watson In his sweetest waters flowWfrom under tho Elder L H Reynolds3rd Sunday Pastor THE WEEKLf ENQUIRER Oor Philadelphia BattershalL W ties literature aad art- - He is snfiably basques set under the curved lower Pros do world has lost a pnrty far greatest rocks death This is the timo of year when tho 11 Richmond Services every Sunday at J the Family Paper for the country home It skeptical and he is cheerful by force edges of the sort o man While ho paid his debts A M and 730 P M Sunday school front and back Some Â¬ of profeesieaal habit you may inter- Â¬ times the basque is THE LIMEKILN CLUB to do last ccn no white man could snowshovel bedecked with cobwebs at 930 A M Prayer meeting Wednes- gives tho general news of the whole world up to ornamented with est aad amaot him but you ean embroidery or passementerie which Brother Gardner Jlakol n few Wonder- keep chickens widin two miles of him sits in tho cellar window and leers at day eenings 715 Pastor Prof W D the day of publication contains a mass of choice reading matter deals la Art literature and scarcely sarpri le him aad he will does While you could trust hTmwid a boss the lawn mower as itrattlcs painfully McClintock fully Practical Ilcranrks not reappear in any other part of Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Science and Its Market Xaports Agricultural easily detect ia yon and demurely ho nobbor lost an opportunity to pick over the places where tho grass h s Dar am sartin things I should like tbe jacket never is there any Department and Household page can not be sur day Pastor satirise say tendency to indulge in ming on the lower edge unless trim you to remember said Brother Gard- up a pig Ho was skoercely eber ab- Â¬ been kept off passed It Is the largest and cheapest paper In it is White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor Union and Is conceded by every body to be the the Munchausen vein He is not a the merest edging of braid A crank in Savannah Mo shot at ner a State Bights Smith finally got sent from do Thursday ebcuin prayer Elder L H Reynolds wealthy man and most of his fees are beat weekly paper published over his fit of coughing and the hall be rueotin but you didnt want to loivo tho woman who refused him but tho Some of EPISCOPAL p lid in commodities other than coin character the jackets assume a military eame quiet bustle In deciust place dc man a bonc haudled umbrella whar he ball was stopped by her sho was madeÂ¬ with their deoorations of when they are paid at all yet be has uninRichmond Protestant Services every of old newspapers and 1VKKHJLT KKQTJIBEB brandebourgs olives and fourageres or who lies will knoclv a man down f ifr could pick it up joyed his life and has the eonseions 8rx Mouths 65c Bruuder Watson vas powerful kind jured Now is the timo to subscribe Sunday at 11 A M and at 8 P M Oirs YKA3 1 15 eallin him a liar list as ponn ns ifmnn shoulder ornamen is during the summer months Friday at 8 A Free Copy for Cluba of Fire nesss of having been of some benefit to Harden Gazette who tells de troof In -do nex place if4 JJfenuly hutat do same timo ho P M Jackets whatever shape are Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard hs fellow creatures if only by remov worn by all ladies theirgeneral with a man says yon lie an you doan lie Idlidnw Iaa sijrhtof do facktdat his Sho Could Climb a Tree in METHODIST DAILY EKQUIBEB jug them to a happier sphere But if three chillen war bov legged an his There was a young lady In Worcester how do you prove you doan by hittin College Hill Centenary M E Who was chased by a big Shanghai rorocster lMoSMos8Mos lYr 1st he be the best man in the village the morning toilets aad by young girls at wife cross eyed H i figgorod it down Bunday and Dally 1 M S3 75 J7 00 JH 00 So frightened was she Sunday morning and 4U1 Sunday morn Daily ex Sunday reason is it must be confessed because all hours of the day With the Bhort him 125 3 25 8 00 12 00 dat fame pf cm would hi sick about see shinned up a tree That ing and night Prayer meeting eer al What men laek in argymontdoy mantle wraps it is different these are E5 ITS days 3 25 Any three 8 00 he belongs to it only in the physical 45 00 1 25 ternate Wednesday night Sunday kchooi Any two days 2 25 not worn at all by young girls ladies will try to make up either in ridicule or once a wotk an dat doir shoos would So ono being present to borccstcr Globe sense his mind aad faculties and his Boston 25 85 1 25 2 00 Any one day war out about so ofton every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Bunday Issue of all ages wear fliem in all degrees oi bulldozin 65 2 00 25 1 25 liigher sympathies have afar wider Sunday school scholar to teacher Gndcr Brudder Watson didnt expect too When j ou har of a pusson wid a range He resides there because he elegance for visiting and for after- Â¬ Did you say tho hairs of my head M E South 2nd Sun College Hill noons Some of these are so extremely confidenshul friend you hev found much of dis cold world If ho traded v as bora there and because a man TeacherYes my day morning and night Prater meeting Address ENQUXJEtEXl mules unsght an unscon ho went out are numbered CINCINNATI OHIO who has surveyed existence in its rich as to be unsuitable for the street somebody to be sorry fur Sunday school scholar Well every alternate V ednesday night SunA man may hev your rospect an to his stables in do raawnin prepared dear Pan larger aspet can not do better than and are only worn in the carriage present- Â¬ day school every Sunday moriing to soea corpse If ho put up a dollar then pulling out a hair and JOHN B McLEAN tor Rev D P Ware spend his closing years where his These are of Genoese velvet in rich admiration fur half a century on gen on deSlring gamc ho wisely figured ing it whats the number of this one dark shades sometimes embroidered eral principles an yit lose all in half a J Publisher and Proprietor Kirksville Pator Rev S W Peeples Magetwme years began Atneriemn Our Country Home odder foiler had eighty four with gold or trimmed with passe day by refjisfu to indorse youi bank datde Providence st and 3d Sunday morn chancos to his sixteen My dear 6aid tho elegant Mr ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson Ho realized UNREWARDED KINDNESS menterie in which there is gold almost note why this Moas ebery man has his weak side dat de winter brought chilblains and Smoothcmdown to his wife all are trimmed with lace Their Richmond South Sunday school How IHe Slan Terrified an ObusinS shape is a combination of mantilla and an moas of us except dc drunkard de summer mosquitoes an ho sought unprecedented delay in tho preparation 930 T J Scott superintendent ServiceK LHMo Felrotr Cttlxon You ever 2nd and 4th lunaay mornings at of the matutinal refreshment said a little nervous Tisite with sleeves forming part of the ar5 hypocrites Bxcaee me We hide our weak Â¬ to puj up with hoaf widout complaint I shall pronounco no eulogy obcr old fool you if you mean why break- 11 A M and every Sunday night at 7 P I- - beuiiii them all making tbe best man ia the pest ofice as he tapped a back and short tab fronts tbe tabs cut ness while he exhibits his crude f I like to believe all men honest but his remains While ho was anxious to fast aint rcadyi its because you was M Pastor Rev J A Henderson large maa oh the shoulder fait you sqHare or pointed PRESBYTERIAN Tbe polonaise never entirely aban- Â¬ I Bobber take de same patent medicine lib on in order to injpy wattermell too lazy to git up and split tho wood are going off and leaving your box un Â¬ Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th Detroit Free Press locked leaving the door wide open doned has been revived under the fur liver complaint an de toofachc no yons grcoir con possums anodder luxuri3 of life ho knowed dat do As long as we are young suffering Sundays title of blouse and is much worn more matter how de label reads sir dangerous practice by the way Hay said the big man as he espeemlly by young ladies and girls li eber I open a bank I shant hunt sdonor he died do Ibngcr ho could rc3t and sorrow is a hurricano which robs Formans Chapel 4th Sunday Pastor Kirksville utand 3rd Sundays turned around aad looked down at the Te describe it generally it is a dress for a cashier widout any audL vjcos i Sunday mawnings an tlo loss wood us of our health As we grow old RevWm Crow 1 heM hov trf cuUtu keop dc T I 1 ctbin fiah however it partakes more and moro little man shorter than an ordinary dress worn inrr seen mb uine wiieu a cuaw OI Richmond It ar iecdloss lo pass resplu of tho nature of a zephyr which merely day 11 A M South Service Mevery Sun- HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND Year box sir you are walking off over a petticoat of the same fabric on plug terbacker stopped my hunger fur goin and 74 P Prayer shuns of sympathy fir liis wife Sho adds ono more furrow in our wrinkled meeting every Wednesday night Pastor my neighbors new pertaters ALSO aad leaving it open thought Id call which it is slightly very slightly figgers on our sympathy whilo at de faces and ono moro white curl to our Rev H Glass year attention to it sir you might draped The blouse is worn with a it ar easy nuff to make friends in Same time she floanI Richmond North Services i A M reckon on ittin hair Indianapolis Journal All you hev to do have lest something valuable sir if I belt is slurred at the neck to define a a new nayburliood and 3 P M Putor It ar needless is to be a cheerful lender to see it Your ene- a cent of our money Dojou not often had net happeaed round yoke and shirred again toward Silver Creek Chapel mt auJ 3rd Sunto resolve dat oar loss ar Brudder sho said softly as wonderGcorge mies will appear when you stop lgndin Say wNljwa keepyer bands ofTn the waist The sleeves are quite full they stood at tho days Pu 8 highest cah price for Watsons gain Ho took his chances an begin to borrow Let us now take me an let me alone gate at the infinite number of stani Ford 2nd and 4th Suidajs aad tbe big half long and gathered at the unnbole 030 A man leaked very very big to the lktle A band of Bulgarian galloon em Â¬ dereglar purceedins an ptnceod to We doan hnqw which way ho went where that vast s lent eternal proces- Â¬ M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M ar we probably nebber shall De sion is going and whence it came Pastor Rev L H Uianton D D Detroit Free Prett man broidered in colored silks blended with bizness troU Free Press Ye cs replied George rather hesitat Oh yes certainly sir certainly I gold or silver is around tbe armhole A Good Wifes Hears June 22 tf happened to aotiee that you were and on the wristband and similar gal Â¬ MADISON COUNTY DIRECTORY ingly hut dont you find that to look jast No Regard forHer Feelings at tho sky for any length of time makes going and had forgotten to look yew leon is used for the belt Such cos- Â¬ Good bye my CIRCUIT COURT An Austin family has a colored serv Â¬ the back of your neck ache pnt oftice box here aad thought I tumes are made of barege veiling anxiously as her dear said a wife N Y husband turned to Judge J R Morton would call your attention to it sir ant that while very attentivo to her Sun Bnglish crepe and erepelrae for young go I shaVt have a moments pdaco duties Commonwealths Attorney C Brocs o offense intended has nevor beon known to give sir beg your girls1 evening toilets Proud Father Welcome back to ton until you return John when will pardonr White has been taken up with so you have saved enough to give up alifo any body a civil answer Turcly as an the old farm my boy So you got Master Commissioner J R Burnam LI experiment tho lady of the house through collogo all right Farmers roared the big muoh fervor this summer that it will Jo beset with peril and danger ROD CO Shut up will yon Clerk W H Miller bought hor a new calico dress and Son Yes father P F Ye know I Thsj aint toy box man be most lelactantly abandoned in the Before loig dear I hope But I COMMON PLEAS COURT -- O i ah I autumn and dresses are new being must go I want to call the gamo gave it to her saying told ye to study up chemistry and FOUSHEB MELTON CO l i am t jr- it anv bx I jes saw that planned ia which a polonaise or blouse I am glad to havo the pleasure things bo youd know best what to do Judge TJ Scott Proprietors promptly at four oclock N Y Suti Matildy of giving you this dross Master Comnusioner S E Scott a if of white wool thick but supple is worn one opii an bioketl through to with different kinds of land What l Clerk W H Miller 16 Market Street Ycr mout hab had dat pleasure a- - a utile - Lexington Ky measly letter-ca- r tl ere over a skirt of colored cloth in sueh do you think of that flat medder there A few Wrkfcys wore sent to an is-long ago cf yor had any regard fo for instance F S Cracky what a TIME OF HOLDING COMMON FLEAS COURT rier ia ere that I am lookia fe He colors as hussar blue hazel and land in the Pacific Ocean wffcrc they my foolings DEALERS IN was tho gracious reply First Monday in January 1st Monday ond-shell hrushea aiii me ea the street one day The skirt is braidod rvvith had an abundance of good food and place for a ball game Tid Bits in June and 3rd MonJay in October Harpers Magazine am Im goin to lick him the first time soutache which is optionally but fre reproduced rapidly but in a few years I guess Id better withdraw from Lightning Bods Iron TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT I see hiui Hes a little squint eyed quently mingled with tarnished gold it was noticed that they did not attain Two insano prrsons occupying the church for two or three months your eiz an when I get the same braiding it on the polonaise more than one third tho original size a man about said a Dakota man to the minister Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ tho same Fencing Cresting holt f him Tm goin to rai him up It wrll be readily understood that such result which is supposed to have been physfciau cell wore cur d by a shrewd Why hows that brother whats tho ber in a ourinus way Each of and lam him dewii to the fi e of the dresses are not intended to be worn on due to breeding in and in inquired the pastor etc etc I feel TIME OF HOLDING QUARTERLY AND the unfortunate men was privately in Â¬ matter Wint to cit u ts but ia the carriage in earth about a dot n I ic COUNTY COURT trusted with tho cavo of the other aad three or four cyclone lies sort of work Â¬ VelL l ikAa delay me anyl n o A paper bcor bottle is to bo the was made to bcKevo Pai ani -- t eouutrj house and that while he ing around in my mind and theyve got t Quarterly Court fourth Jtohday in mmr-nl tite end of the season next achievement in tho bottle line himself was regarded as mentally to come out Just give me a leave cf January April July and the 2pd Monday TONE BDT THE BEST is the The Yoiikers UteOe as it MATERIAL USED Sometimes to make a gradual transi Â¬ Inks paints oils and certain acids October for ia Ion this summer for girl to rub tion Ixineeu the colors and avoid a have for some time past been put in sound tho other was not By the absenco with say ninety days and Ill in of CJairns and Monday J ALL WORK GUARANTEED be back you agidn 1 bolicvo they 2 constant and active uso of their mental The w4il clucks instead of hissing JSs y St j will bo some of 3ie thundcringest in July harh roitnwt the cloth skirt tho paper bottles as being safer from v4 ountv Cmirt dnt too gt over that motion for the boys whoe or i pan i iciled with cearse breakage and freezing than those made faculties in this work both were event iiciaie9ffqral3beUouajiilicntIu wu cyclone lies ever tolc and I dont wanl month ually res orcd and discharged as sade can t sJTard to shave every day tueshed twine uct Vans Let cr of glass to dlsgraco the church Dakola Bill f JAS WILKESSOX Agek NATIONAL t BANKING OuUnc Sjuesni or the United State Slcco 1 tanks Were first Known The firsl bank in this country was in - -- xnub-Taa-S- ilings Tht a Li mm AND Is prepared to do all kinds of -- CONTRACTOR BUILDING AND CONTRA I WORK AT THE MOST Â¬ Reasonable Hates - wst7 Â¬ and in the beet manner lie a thoroughly educated Carpfiv and builder and those content ing building will do well to m an estimate from him Office at his residence on II i Irvine Street Julj22 tf 1 -- I 55ri D -- DEALKK IS FINE- - Whiskies Brandies Wines Cigars jmif 22 tf -- c First Street RichmondKy Â¬ 0 fiP oe5t- - KTfsj CINCINNATI Mexsean Mustang Linlmeni Ssktica Lwabago EheuaatisEi Borssi Seratehe Strains Stiteaes Stiff Joists Baefcacfee ENQUIRE Cc- z- Strains Xz K l A - CD Sealds See Sai FU DAILY and WEEKLY Â¬ Stings Bitse Braisas Salb Serm Spavin Cracks V 1 Swui Bcsisaa Corns aeeeaprlihea for ertrjhodj en t t forte Oaeof tberwMonifortltcfcT too Masiang Lislraest is foandiuifJ univc THIS COOD OLD STAHD E applicability Bratjbedriisi iiar Tho Lumberman BMdslt la ioae a ThoIIousewifeBlitforgcr TheCaaolcrBeeltrorhlstev Tlio 31echanlc seeds It alwaj s- i beach Â¬ Tho Farmer needs It aad hU stock yard Tho MlnerseedsKlaeweof nwrsr The lIoaceceb to cant get ai 1h hi hou Â¬ Â¬ THE ENQUIRER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It La UberslrepplraftoatoBdaaborr Tho Horse fancier seeds tt it u friead asd safest rettaa e Tho Stoek Brower needs It It W I thoosaads of dollars aad a world of tr Tbe Railroad man seeds It and leas as his life is a roasd of aecMeaua 1 Tho Baekwoodamun noedslt 3 Ing like It as aa atkkte for tbe darlimb aad comfort whlea sroroand tbe ik- needs K about his sk Â¬ Tho Merchant ills employees- - Accidents trill happen these come the Kaaiasg Ltsbaent Is want I Keep a Bottle In the House list t -z- Tho Steamboat maa ar the Beatn tt economy Â¬ Â¬ tap Incase of acaldcntsaTos pain andl ut vrhen Keep KeepaBottletn tboFnctorr I 3 a Bottle Alrrarsla the ft i wanted June DOUGLAS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 e mm M Ia prepared to supply bis customer with me best I er Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1L BARLOW Tlie Steaks Fork AT Â¬ THE LO WESTPKK EJ juti and ESuiioi Sciusagc i- 1 Â¬ HEW BAR I have just Hi ETC on Â¬ Meal and Coal Â¬ 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