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VOLUME PUBLISHED I OPINIONS OF OTHER EDITOKS BEST TO TAKK TIIK BUST 1IB Go Qrxi kx NUMBER 20 KICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1887 winter wheat germinating next by Sir Bach Cunard of London spring and bringing forth seed The hotel is valued at nearly alter its kind at the polls next 400000 Owing to a struggle for supremacy between two factions ten shares of stock in the St Joseph Â¬ THE CLIMAX EVKRY WRHNK8BVY -- BY A PRETTY KETTLE OF FISII THB- - Climax Printing E PRICE PER YEAR 200 SNHwSST Iroressional Cards A Wilkes Smith D D S Cfcj i OFFIOE Slain street two doors jnne22 tf e Second J jj C MORGAN D D S tiite tc u jOFFICE 22 Mom street over Madi National Bank IttebHWHd Ky tf DRT G A M POYNTZ june22f BURGEON PHYSICIAN AND Second street over Mdi OFFICE Iouny Drug Store W EVANS M D AND Heeond stieet jewelry aUtr PHYSICIAN mrs DR T J TAYLOR and r j luouerin Medicine KY Surgery RICHMOND G o OlUCE SURGEON over D P JHie22tf OFFICE Second streetover Dykes crj Store june22t DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Ntxt Door to Lhsoms Up Stairs are 22tr DR PHIL ROBERTS Oili rs his professional services to tlie Office same as Bemietts law offiee up flairs over Herwlims drug store rrmrof Mam and Second Mreets jjlg7 ly Hi hmond Ky DR U C AMBROSE FORD KY O lice hours 2 to 4 nefctek in the af C LmeKeys leni ion Ruardsal Mr iiv22 W tf J T SKXSMlTiJ 51 D imsiClAX AND SURGEON ij WHITE HALL KY his profesooal services to the DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Oflires his profefesiottal services to tl f public Office at Joe Gentrys Aim 17 tf RICHMOND KY OFFICE SeMMl street over Madi si n otinty Drug Store I want it distinctly imderstiwHl tlRt I m the only one in Richmond Hist un Â¬ der mds the thorough use of the M r i cope aid Clteinislry a spHtcd t x unniHiHHiH of ti Miecj and fluid f the human body I only mention tllt hourtt protection My sigua t - will be attached to each examiua SSmchly IjH Hardin W Bright A M ffl D Ill MCI AN and SURGEON fr TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law RICHMOND ICY hpc ul attention given t abstracting tints to IhikIk in JaMrrn ivewtucKy OTie in Climax building S E ruer Main and Second Streets up fairs jniie 2 tf Attorney at laa ra KENTUCKY A R Hur OHICE withC F jtmeSStt uam on First Street RICHMOND E T BURNAM Attorney at RICHMOND J A SULLIVAN Xjsaw KENTUCKY me as street formerly occupied by County Judge Mi ler oct6 ly OFriCE on FirM T J SCOTT Attorney at Xaaw C S RICHMOND KY Office on Second Street jane 2 tf Attorney atKYIawj RICHMOND OIiee on Second Street POWELL fall Kw York San VoorheesandSlocum is an ex- Â¬ cellent ticket We think Hill and THE TARIIT ON FARM PRODUCTS Stevenson or Hill and Coloman Bt Lotus Republican would get more votes in this State The most ludicrous part of our And it is best to take the best tariff is that which imposes duties on farm products It actually imJUST WHAT IT MEANS poses a duty of twenty cents a bushel on imported wheat ten Longpert Unloir The nomlimtion of Ool John R cents a bushel on Indian corn oats Fellows for District Attorney by and corn meal 20 per cent on the united Democracy of New nour 2 a ton on nay zu per York city is an assurance of the cent on animals one cent a pound inflexible purpose of the Democ- on beef and pork two cents a racy to give no encouragement to pound on hams and bacon two cents a pound on lard ana iour law breakers in the metropolis cents a pound on butter These duties do not have any effect CARLILKS POPULARITY whatever except to protect a few Itooton Herald small fisted farmers in New EngMr Carlisle is the antipode of land against Canadian competition tlie last Speaker the Republicans They do not benefit the real farmelected Those Republicans who ing interests of the country in the have had the best opportunity to slightest degree and were never observe Mr Carlisle praise him intended to Our farmers raise most We are sure that will con- hundreds of millions of dollars tinue to1e the case Let those worth of these articles for export with less favorable opportunities indeed these articles make up the in the moantime possess their mass of our exports wo raise them and send them to Europe souls in peace where they successfully compete with similar articles produced GOVERNOR HILL there Indeed so ineffctive are Kansas Democrat the duties on grain and other farm The political sagacity of Gov- Â¬ products that not one farmer in ernor Hill of New York is dis twenty knows that such duties explayed in every phrase of tran- ist The only agricultural prospiring polifical events in that ducts really benefitted by our State One has only to watch the tariff are sugar and rice and these ew York journals to see how ab- are raised only by a few planters solute in every move on the po- in Louisiana and South Carolina litical checker board David Ben- Our duties on farm products are a nett Hill the superb leader of the bald cheat and fraud for the deNew York Democracy is master lusion of Western farmers The of the situation protective tariff was devised for the benefit of Eastern manufacturers alone but decency requir- Â¬ TUB DIPFBRKXCS ed that this fact should be conKiwlrn Gazette cealed and some pretense of equal Fred Grant line been indus- ity be maintained and this is actriously campaigning ever since complished by levying duties on his nomination but none of his farm products that are never im speeches has yet exceeded six ported and can not be imported liues Fred excuses himself by The Western farmer is made to saying that his father could not pay a protective duty on nearly talk and he cannot But if we re- everything he buys salt sugar member correctly General Grants rice clothing fencing wire lumber speeches in the Garfield campaign and tools but not one cent of of 1SS0 were some of the Repub protection does he get for himself licans most prized campaign documents But when General Grant NEWS PARAGRAPHS was a candidate himself he did not go about electioneering Henry Passmore a bartender at Harrodsburg shot and killed Rich- Â¬ ard Paxton also a barkeeper 1IK SOARS THE RAULE TOO HIGH Jfew York Work Mr Stanley F Prewett and This is a great country but Miss Henrietta Gay were married when Senator Hiscock says that at Winchester last Wednesday ve make the price of wheat for Mr S S Cassity local editor of the world lie soars the eagle too high Liverpool fixes the price of the Mt Sterling Sentinel-Democrwas married last week to wheat ll we do it the Western Miss Minnie A Smith farmers have a right to ask that we fix it at a figure that will give Hon Chas W Buck Minister them a profit for growing it Uis to Peru is now in Washington cock who is a rank Protectionist and is expected in Woodford about would like to have the farmers be- the 1st of November Versailles lieve tlmt we fix the price of Sun wheat and that if it is not high Jay Gould sailed lor Europe on enough to give them a good profit it is because the wicked Demo one of the French line of steamers crats keep meddling with the last Saturday His yacht Atalan ta bteamed out Tuesday for Gibtariff raltar The statue of Gen John C TRUK PATRIOTISM Breckinridge at Lexington will be Tins Bftoeli adThe gjreafmass of the American unveiled November 14 The dress will be delivered by United people agree with President Cleveland who said in his speech de States Senator J C S Blackburn livered the other day at Memphis A battery of six boilers explodTcnn that Northerners want ed in the Lawrence Iron Works at rest from sectional bitterness and Ironton O killing Mike and they Know that the destiny of our James Dyer Thomas Davis and country is only to be achieved by Peter Clay and wounding twena true union in sentiment and feel- Â¬ ty others ing as well as in name The busThe students of the Chautauqua iness interests of our people are too alert and intelligent to be sac College of Liberal Arts represents rificed or injured by selfish ap almost every Stale in the Ameri peals to passion which should be canUnion besides a very liberal allayed They only insist that all re presentation from the Dominion the results of the arbitrament of of Canada arms to which reference has here Ex Lieutenant Governor Can been made shall be fully retained trill of Georgetown in company and enforced This hits the nail with a couple of English capitalon the head ists was over here Saturday lookG ing over the line of the P F Railroad Paris News THE FIFTIETH COXGRBSS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ County National Bank of Kalamazoo Michigan valued at 1800 were sold at public auction for 44350 The shares were sold separately the lowest rate paid for a single share being 1993 and the highest 12000 Â¬ The exports of leaf tobacco from ho United States in the first eight months of the current calender year amount to 152454573 bounds valued at 12186 860 against 194060498 pounds in the corresponding period ol 1886 valued at 18214476 The average export price of 1887 was 78 cents a pound Mid that of the some months of 1886 was 93 cents a pound In the last series of ten fiscal years the export price were never ns low as In the calander year 1887 ko far as it has gone except 1879 aud 18S0 a decline of Lb cents being shown as compared with that period of 1886 A1TTEE CHICKEN 1 THE TIME TO GO TO Cholera Cure UT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In August the exports amounted to 47177272 pounds against 62421671 pounds in August 18S6 The average export price of August was 8 5 hi 1887 aud 819 cents in 1886 The boom has Â¬ evidently tfot struck the exporters The exports to England in August were 15958938 pounds against 20205 970 pounds in 1SS6 to Germany against A correspondent of the Three 9167331 5030000 16476880 pounds to France against Forks Enterprise says that Mr pounds to other countries in 7210770 Europe St John Boyle of Louisville Mr 16193688 against 18152037 pound- C H Stoll of Lexington and Mr In the eighth mouth England took Radcliffof London England were 41604671 pounds against 61193072 in Breathitt county last week ex- Â¬ pounds in 18S6 Germany 31285278 amining the resources of that sec- Â¬ against 48777153 pounds France 13 tion with a view of making invest- Â¬ 515892 against 14161041 pounds and ments They expressed them- Â¬ other couutrles la Europe 51553650 selves as being highly pleased against 55870778 pounds Europe is In short in her takings in with what they saw there the first eight mouths of 18S7 as com- Â¬ Dan Roberts aged 70 has just pared with the corresponding period been sentenced to imprisonment of 1886 by 47 million pounds and fell for life at West Liberty for mur- Â¬ behind further in the lost month by dering J L Kendall 23 years ago 15 million pounds The exports of 18S7 The murder took place in 1864 have been running far below the avÂ¬ guards erage in volume and have been at Roberts escaped his a price the lowest of the record witli while being taken to Owingsville and went West where he remain- Â¬ one exceptiou Here Is a pretty kettle ed until a short time ago and was of fish for a boom year Courier-Jou- r W nal brought back by the Hon Kendall man CapL Robert W an aged pedestrian of Sumpter S C who claims to have been ven years old on the 4th of day of last July is in Washington en route for home on foot from Boston to which latter city he walked from Sumter He is walking for the benefit of his health and is accompanied by a small black and white dog Anderson ninety-se- AND GET ONE OF HIS Spring Sadd es 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 that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ At bottom prices He also has a J O Ij jl TBR oug 24 ly -- full line of GALT - HOUSE On Account of Bad Health is single and double first class terial and best of work Saddles and Harness maÂ¬ LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city a NEATLY AND PROMPTLY June 22 tf OLOS ING OUT HIS IMMENSE STOCK OE Rates25Q to oct26 4 Per Day a son of the murdered GRAND L0RRENCY J According to rooms ly Â¬ Pianos and Organs Remedy Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That the jury in the case of Wallace Carpenter charged with the midnight assassination of his father would hang was generally believed but that eight men out of a dozen could be found who would pronounce him innocent of the charge was a little more than was expected even of a Pulaski jury But such is the case the other four being for life imprisonment Stanford Journal Â¬ Â¬ at Things are becoming quiet in Bell The Turner faction is all broken up T J Henderson Joe Henderson Alvis Turner and Dick Pierce are all in jail and men are out after the rest of the crowd and will either capture them or drive them from the country Joe Henderson and Dick Pierce came into the jail to see Jeff Henderson and were caught Â¬ without any trouble The official returns from the recent election in Tennessee on the proposed prohibition amendment to the State Constitution For the have been received amendment 117504 votes were cast against it 145197 majority against 27693 Thirty four counties voted for and sixty two against the amendment and it is noteworthy that in nearly every instance those counties that had formerly adopted local option voted in tne negative Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Courier Journal An Attorney May it please the court there has been a man In jail for three days or trial here with no charge against him aud I ask that he be brought out and tried Judge Thompson Certainly let him he brought in Enter prisouer In charge of a police- Â¬ man six feet tow inches lately appoint Â¬ ed In bran new uniform Muj K Acting Prosecuting Attor Â¬ neyMr Clerk where is the warrant agalni t this man LEY Clerk There is no warrant against GUTHERSON him LEXINGTON KY Attorney for Defendant May it please the court I waive the warrant STOCKTON Maj IL I donL I want to see the Agents For Madison County charge Judge T Who is the nrresting offi Â¬ sep2S ly cer I am your Honor Judge T Where Is your warrant I hev noue sor Judge T I asked the Claruk for a warrant and he would not give ut to me o- Judge T Did you make an affidavit Nosor 1 axed um for WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO ut on giueral information and be the trade that we have a large wudnt give ut to roe and well selected line of Judge T What Is tlie charge against him Six feet two The charge Grand lor reocy your honor Judge T There Is no such crime M known to the law Let the prisoner be discharged ASK FOR THE READY MADE VEICOATJS e GLFG New England and other Pianos Chicago PIAXOS Cottage Organs AND OIJfJANS 1OK KEXT Rent applied as part payment Write For Prices and Tbrms LUKE U MILWARD 8 and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky June 22 tf WILLIS Now is the time to make your purchase Call and he will 0 0 31 Six-feet-t- FOR SALE -- Six-feet-t- SEW FIRM CLOTHING RM A GOOD STOCK OF Slx-teet-t- WE MERCHANDISE GENERAL at the best country stand in Ufad ison county We will be glad to show the stock to any one wishing IUGGINS to buy ELLIS Silver Creek Ky jun22tf A XAREI STOCK OF- - OvercoatsAII SizesThat Must Go Ailministalors Mice THE CONFEDERATE CHIEFS FAST PASS- Â¬ Â¬ ING AWAY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in Ballard county charged with the murder of Mrs Stephen Moore an aged lady and with the robbing of her house of 500 Shel by was her nearest neighbor and Â¬ Â¬ Ivan Shelby has been arrested Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ when arrested merely remarked Its pretty tough to be taken on When the mur such a charge der was discovered he led the posse in search of the guilty party and later volunteered to go to Paducah for a coffiin on which occasion he gave the newspaper reporters the first and full particulars of the murder The trustees of the Georgetown College had a called meeting in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Clilwngo TribuHe RepJ jane 2 tf Attorney at Xara Will practice MadMm and adjoining c unties and In the Court or Apjienlt Office In Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks otflee June 22 tf A J REED in SHEBS GRASS AND FIELD Largest Goods and Low est consistent Prices 77 ntril Kentucky nid most complete stock in Our motto Best and 79 W Maiu St Lexington dec 22 l j r P CARROTS Ky HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE J SPEED SMITH f lic Asent RICHMOND KY rents or exchanges all kinds of Real Ltate on reasonable terms and represent Fire ami Life In Â¬ ks ranre Tompanieg Office in J C Lyters CIotuiiiR Store s juie22 f Do jou want jwre drugs and Uie best I rands of tobaccos and cigars You can find them at I J Brooks The seed sown at Minneapolis Kilutana Wat r brought direct from may not bring forth a congressionI Clair Springs Mich Kept only al harvest but it is morally cerjuly22 tf tain that it will prove a sort of JJ C Hughes Â¬ J nezi tf the Fiftieth Congress lias average political sense it will not disregard the significant notice served upon it by the organized labor of the country in convention assembled at Minneapolis If the members of Congress decide to re tain the present war tarifflet them be frank enough to admit that they do so on demand of and to promote tlie interest of the mill bosses and not at tlie request of the workmen The trades union classes have deliberately arrived at the conclusion that a high war tariff harms them more than it benefits them that any actual in- Â¬ crease of wages that it causes is more than lost in the extra cost of living which results from it and that it cripples tlie farmers and disables their power to buy man ufactured goods Before another national convention of Knights will meet the presidential conflict of 1SSS will be under wa- - Neither of the two great parties seem like- Ij to have any hesitation in the choice of a standard bearer but it must be remembered that the standard itself i6 of no small importance especially that part of it which will define the position of a question largely decisive of the cost of living The politicians of the country will hardly fail to take note ot the fact that the Knights of Labor are not fooled by the hypo critical pretension that n high tariff is in their special interest Â¬ If Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ex Congressman James D Brady of the Petersburg Va district and former lieutenant of Mahone has published a letter accusing the latter of selling offices and stealing campaign money Mr James D Haggard one of our young farmers was married to one of Tennessees young ladies Miss Florence Gibson The marriage took place at Knoxville on Winchester Sun last Wednesday George Hull of color was tried before Squire Parrish at Winchester and fined 100 for throwing a stone through a car window He June had been ejected by the conduct- Â¬ or and took this method of re- Â¬ The Versailles and Midway venge Railroad Company are about to proposition to the Dr W H Barlow one of the make a Woodford Andersoncounties of and oldest citizens of Georgetown and If Woodford for many years a prominent phy Fayette as follows sician was tried before a jury on will agree to give 75000 Ander Wednesday last adjudged to be son 25000 and Fayette 100000 sent to the Asylum at Lexington the company will build a railroad He was taken to that institution from Lawrenceburg to Lexington via Versailles At the Kentucky on Wednesday river they will erect a wagon W B Kidd shipped to Phila bridge directly under the railroad delpeia on yesterday 6 car loads bridge which they wlil give to of good cattle They were in the counties of Woodford and Ancare of Thede Ecton He will derson to be owned and controllNo money also ship to night 48 export cattle ed by 6aid counties to Newport News averaging 1600 is required until the completion lbs W S Ecton will be in charge of the wagon bridge when the counties of Woodford and Anderof this lot Winchester Sun son are to give 25000 each The Elberon Hotel and the When the entire road from Lawcottage in which President Gar Â¬ renceburg to Lexington is com- field died at Long Branch are f plete and trains running Wood owned bjr OharJes G Francklyn ford is to pay over the remaining now in Ludlow street jail New 50000 and Fayette 100000 York in default of 500000 bail The Louisville Southern is inter in the suit brought against him ested in this enterprise Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lexington Tuesday The question of removal was left open The people ot Scott county and of the Elkhorn Association were urged to complete their subscriptions while the people of Shelby county were asked to put their proposition in defiinite form It was declared that the object to be secured by remoYal must be either the consolidation of Baptist colleges in Kentucky or the enlargement of Georgetown College so as to enable it to fully meet the demands of the time The matter of getting special powers from the legislature was reierreu 10 mo jecuiive com mittee and the Trustees adjourned till their regular meeting next Â¬ of the Confederate States was signed by 49 delegates 37 of whom are dead The President sur Â¬ vives but Vice President Stephens died four years ago Of three who held the portfolio of State in the cabiuet all are dead of five Secretaries of War all of two Secretaries of the Treasury one of four Attorneys General two aud one Secretary of the Navy while the sole Postmaster General Mr Rea- Â¬ gan is still very much alive as he proved by taking the stump for Prohi Â¬ bition in the recent Texns canvass Of thirteen commissioners accredited to lepreseut the Confederacy abroad There were five men ten are dead who bore rauk as full Generals in the army of whom Johnson aud Beaure- Â¬ 21 Lieutenant gard alone survive GeneraN of horn 11 are dead 100 Major Generals of bom 55 are dead and 480 Brigadier Generals of whom considerably over half are dead An ingenious plan to save a djing pear tree was adopted in the garden of L M Chase of Boston The mice had girdled the tree so that it seemed bound to die Mr Chase planted four small trees around It and close to it cut oil the tops pointed the ends and making incisions iu the burk of the pear bent the small trees and grafted them upon the dying trunk They all lived and that tree draws its nourish- Â¬ ment from the small ones This sea Â¬ son a bushel oftiandsome pears were taken from it The constitution HATS TRUCKS VALISES Eta in which you can find the Parties holding claims against the es- Â¬ tate of A M White deceased will please present them properly verified for pay- Â¬ ment to me at the Second National Bank as early as convenient All persons indebted to the estate are notified for the last time to come forward and pay same 26oct2t J STONE WALKER Admr sep2Stf fgdgAll persons indebted to me must call and settle as I mean business J C LYTER Co BEST GOOBS LATEST STYLES ihackelford Gentry Have bought the stock of goods and rented the store house of W C Peyton opposite their old stand on Main street and and Tim LOWEST PRICES isronEL OuaS33 We do not Intend to be UNDERSOLD and to our customers we say we will give you lull value tor every dollar in Â¬ vested with ii and we urge you to give us an early call They have added new and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of W June 22 9ni B WHITE At McKees Old Stand CUUDE HAVE SMITH CO OPENED A NEW Hardware Store Tlie onWest Main Street They carry a general line of All Kinds of HABD WAEE STOVES and TIN WAEE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Hoofing Sriztiering and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Wo3Ii L5one in the most Workmanlike XrXanner IffOHJH BUT TH33 BEST OF OTORK3SSIff S1SPLOYED ALL WORK VTAJEMtAiVTJEI FULL WE SELL LINE OF To The Trade Bost farming Implements Known -- A CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING Hardware Tinware Stoves and w iaamt ta asSUa ca WARDS i Local Produce Markets CORRECTED ARNOLD WEEKLY BRO BY COVINGTON GROCERS IRVINE Groceries They have the newest and and will sell for CASH at the lowest best good9 prices Mr Smith 1b a practical tinner of several years experience aud he wif do all kinds of tin work roofing and repairing iu tlie best style at lowest june22 tf rates STREET RICHMOND KY 29 18S7 Â¬ Richmond Ky Oct Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chiclens ft 50 Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 Sis Lard Tallow Beeswax Hggs Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs 33Jc 45 1 I3sc Madison fin UU 1 I24lSc 520c 752bo I5ibc Bonds Â¬ Â¬ 2 2 6fc co 253 5 2S2 Â¬ Feathers Meal - iiI2c 33C 1 Tlie Bonds issued in payment of sub Â¬ scription of Madison county to Louisville oc and Nashville Railroad due in February 40 40250 April July and October 1SS7 and iSSS will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky C D CHENAULT Com tf Â¬ Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf r Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes T 40W50C 25 I 20 3 25 5 2521 Ioi 755C i5oc 2ZS TAXEaORraS- - 1 ooj i6aK 65075 755 00 t 25 75 Now is the time for fall and winter suits Give me a call I guarantee satis faction My work is as good as that of any other tailor YoursRespectfullyv G SCHAFHAUSEN The Enterprising Young Merchant on First Street carries a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries His goods are the best and Iiis prices the lowest i 4 o1 juaessu -- K1 If iS -- wi aimm- - frs rrpr i -- mggRmn TFrW 7r - w i Dt THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm G various WHITE 3 ISS7 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER organizations civic The whole made such a display as has never before been seen in Richmond Deuso crowds packed the sidewalks along the whole route of march and the enthusiasm of the populace was at jfSr u given vent cheers to in almost incessant siVp I S Two hundred and fifty cases The corn er stone was laid with all and forty deaths to date at Tampa the impressive Masonic ceremonies TUorida from yellow fever The oration was delivered and poem at night Butler says that Henry B Lov-- readDelegates in the hall of the House of Notwithstanding the onng Democratic nominee ior disagreeable weather and the muddy Governor of Massachusetts will condition of the grounds in the vicin- Â¬ be elected ity the vast field was almost covered people the multitude being esti- Â¬ In Mexico school children who with at from 15000 to 20000 mated have done best in their studies are The Marine Band of Washington rewarded by being allowed to played Dixie The Star Spanglal smoke a cigar during school hours Banner Yankee Doodle and other airs u liile tlie Governor Gordon of Georgia popularLodge of VirginiaVeterans the Grand Masons is making Democratic campaign other organizations took the placesand as speeches in Ohio Governor Tay signed them Among the Jor of Tennessee will join him present who were frequently this week greeted with cheers and applause as recognized by tho It is estimated that the cigars they were W H F and Capt crowd were Gen Henry smoked in ths country amount to Lee sons of the dead chieftan Gens nearly half a million dollars a day Wade Hamilton Joseph E Johnston This does not include tobacco used Jubal A Early Daniel Ruggles J D Captain in cigarettes or pipes The road proceeds up the right bank Imboden Bradley T Johnson Wm McComh R L Page George H Stuart of the river through some fine scenery Arthor OConnor and Sir T L L Lomax Robert Ransom Mat passing Red Wing and other goal G Edmonde members of the Ransom Eppa Huuton C M Wilcox towns until it gets near St Paul when English Parliament are making W D Talliafeiro Ex Gov Wm Cam It recnses to its terminus in the city speeches in the North west in the erou United States Senator John W of ice palaces Of St Paul aud Minne cause of Ireland They were at Daniel also Cols Charles S Veuable apolis I shall write further along Chicago Friday night Walter H Taylor and Charles MarLater I learn that Capt Hlgglns really commanded the steamer Tom shall of Gen R E Lees staff The magnitude of the work McRoberts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Th road presses the river time and agniu and at sta Â¬ tions alongjhe way boats and guides may be had or seeing the sights and yanking the vivacious trout Asyoupreceed strange white lowers loom up in the distance They appear too large for objects formed by human hands and too slender for any object of nature At length you reach them and for miles along you pass some times near sometimes far away They nre the chimney rocks or natural towers like colossal monuments In a Gullivar land The atmosphere among the dells and the chimney rocks is peculiarly exhil- Â¬ arating An invalid who would com- Â¬ plain of the effort to walk a square at home could walk milet among the rocks and dells La Crosse is a live town ou the Mis Â¬ sissippi River Brick PomeroysDem ocrat gave it national fume The river has three chaunels and is somewhat On the opposite side in picturesque Capt John Higglns of Minnesota resided during tlie war Richmond He crossed the river on the steam ferry Â¬ boat so often and made so many trips up to St Paul that they culled him yons dells and dale NEWS PAFVAGPiAFHS The election in Baltimore resulted in a sweeping victory for the Demo crats Latrobe being elected Mayor by over 4000 majority The total vote polled was 05075 The remains of Rev Henry Ward Beecher which have been receiving in the Greenwood cemetery since the funeral have been placed in their final resting place in the ground The Sheriff of Jefferson couuty ad vertises In the Courier Journal two thousand pieces ofrealestate for aale to pay taxes Twenty one columns are filled with the descriptions John A Turner aged seventy two years during half of which lie was of ficially connected with the Circuit Clearks office Bath county was found dead Friday at his residence in Owiugs ville AUTUMN KoUeeable MILLINERY A full line of Fmich goodijaTribble sep7l Blounts Postmaster Taliaferro has called a convention of postmasters of the third and fourth class of the Tenth Congres Â¬ sional District to bo held in Winchester Movember 16th Measures will be tak- Â¬ en to secure Increased compensation for offices of these classes The unvaillng of the statue of the late Gen John C Breckinridge at Lexington will occur Wednesday October 1G instead of Monday the 14 as was at first stated Arrangements are beiug made for tlie presence of an immense crowd On the petition of C P Huntington a judgement creditor to the amount of Sl772976 the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad has been placed In the hands of a reciver by order of the Circuit Court at Charleston W Va Gen William C Wickham was oppointed receiver by the court The articles of agreement for the China American bank as published by Hong Kong papers state that the capita of the institution shall be 10 000000 of American money and that Mr Vanderbuilt shall act as president in the United States but that the Vice President must be located in China fice is exhibited by the report just issued a copy of which he forwarded to The Climax During done in controller Durhams ofÂ¬ THANKSGIVING di ir I Hi fat- the year nearly forty thousand accounts were examined and vouchers issued to tlie amount of nearly three million involving the enormous sum of thirty hundred million dollars Yet Mr Durhams salary is only three thousand dollars a year and in Washington where it costs more to live than any other place on the American continent while the minister to Peru gets ten thousand dollars a ear where it costs less to live than anywhere Â¬ ofee PLENTY OF MONEY m HH1 Id If it- - w Ml H Mr A J Drexel of New York a prominent banker and a member of the well known firm of Drexel Morgan Co does not believe there is or will be any scarcity of money In conversation one day last week he said that the stories that have been published from lime to time about a stringency of money market liave been exaggerated In fact there has been no stringency in the money market There has been to certain extent a timidity in certain circles to let out money but not to tlte extent the public has been led to believe While it is still a little early to make predictions for the coming year I consider that the future outlook is bright There is no reason why this prosperity should not contin ue Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THREE GRAND MASTERS Reed attorney at law of IHelinifMid was on last Wednesday eieeted Grand Master of th s Odd Fel- Â¬ lows Grand Lodge of Kentucky at tlie asuual meeting In the ctty of Louis Â¬ ville His election was expected as he was in the line of promotion having the year before been elected Grand Senior Warden and the year before that Grand Junior Warden The elec Â¬ tion of Maj Reed to tlie highest offlee la the Grand body of Independent Odd Fellows in the State of Kentucky where tltere are seven thousand mem- Â¬ bers is all the more complimentary to him when the fact is taken into con fMerattou that among the active mem- Â¬ bers are Hon Asher G Caruth mem Â¬ ber of Congress from Louisville who defeated the Hon Albert Willis Judge Wm B Hoke of Louisville Lieuten- Â¬ ant Governor John C Underwood of Covington Hon Milton J Durham of Danville and many others like them Maj Reed came to Richmond from Michigan a dozen years ago a poor boy without education money or friends Hut he IirJ an object in view and the nerve to pursue it He entered Central University When he had finished bis studies he read law and has acquired a good practice He was married several years ago to Miss Con- Â¬ nor of Louisville and has on interest- Â¬ ing family The week before the meeting of Odd Fellows tlie Masonic Grand Lodge Capt A H Shirley convened there late of tills place was in the line of promotion having served as Grand Maj A J path of honest toil has led to comfort and contentment by His loving kind Â¬ ness the hearts of our people have been repleni hed with fraternal sentiment and patriotic endeavor and by his un errim guidance we have been directed in the way of national prosperity To the end that we may with one accord testify our gratitude for all these blessing- - I Grover Cleveland President of the United States do hereby designate and set apart Thurs- Â¬ day the twenty fourth day of Novem Â¬ ber next as a day of thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by all the peo- Â¬ ple of the land On that day let all secular work and employment be sus letided and let our people assemble in their places of worship and with prayer and songs of praise give thanks to our Heavenly father for what he has done for us while we humbly im Â¬ plore the forgiveness of our sins aud a continuance of His mercy Let fam- Â¬ ilies aud kindred be united on that day and let their hearts filled with cheer and affectionate remiuieeuces be turned in thankfulness to the source of all their pleasures and the Giver of all that makes the day glad and joy- Â¬ ous And in the midst of our hap Â¬ piness let us remember the poor the needy and the unfortunate and by our gifts of charity and ready benev- Â¬ olence let us increase the number of those who with grateful hearU shall join in our thanksgiving Iu witness whereof 1 have set my hand and caused tlie seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed Done at the City of Washington this 25lh day of October iu the year of our Lord 1SS7 aud of the independence of the United States the 112th By the President T F Bayard Secretary of State A BEAUTIFUL AND COUNTRY PROSPEROUS By the President A Proclamation the United States The goodness and the mercy of God which has folWe have before us a funeral ticket low ed the American people through printed ou tlie 14th day of May 1S59 all the days of the past year claim It is that of Col James Dejarnet and their grateful recognition and acknowlIs perhaps the most voluminous of any edgement By His omnipotent power ever gotten up in the county Nil He has protected us from war and pesti Dejarnet was a soldier in the war of lence and from every national calami- Â¬ 1S12 aud an officer of militia His ty by His gracious favor the earth funeral was largely attended and the has yielded a general return to the arrangements were elaborate as set labor of the husbandman and every forth by the ticket which reads of Â¬ Â¬ AN ANTEBELLUM FUNERAL reatore In tlio TaU Shape or HaU and Honnuta Tho favorito folt Is a smooth soft kind with tho under shlo of somo of tho brims showing a hairy plush effect felt pieces come in capotes which aro almost shapeless and milliners fold and fluto and arrange in somo ploas Injj and becoming form Coth hats woven Into pretty shapes are orna- Â¬ mented with thorn stitch in wool of tho same color Thcro are bands madoof cloth boautifully worked with gold thread and cmbroidorod palms aro cut out and laid with the edgo of one lapping- over the other and theso arc to bo placed between tho actual brim and top of tho crown of tho capotos This shows that tho now capotos arc not very small or thoro would bo no room Tho now models for such divisions are all larger than thosoof hist season Rather largo turbans aro soon with brims turned up higher at the sides than in front and thoro is an elon gated round hat which como3 in sizo between the turban and Bmlangor Ribbons knotted over tho crown with a plumo of cocks feathers birds head or somo fancy plumage composo tho trimming of such hats It is said that ribbons will remain a popular garnitaro during tho winter tho newo3t having straight corded edges Faille and moire combinations with corded edges aro largely import-Â¬ ed mostly in two ami a half and four The first will he tho inch widths favorito width for trimming and both will ho used for strings Clus cred vertical bows are worn against Dierctoire crowns and sym Â¬ metrical loops aro placed on each side of a capote with fancy arrangomonts Somo of tho of plumago between bonnes show a revival of the old style of placing tho strings at the back of tho crown and so brought around to the front and tied loosoly Paris milliners aro using small birds bnt American Importers aro buying care- Â¬ fully knowing tho fooling that exists agiinst their destruction in this coun- Â¬ try For drossy bonnots black laco combined with colored velvct3 will form a garniture and jet will ho used sparingly Gray promises to bo a favorito shade and a now tint in light gray shows a touch of lavendor Crimson will combine with brown and black but few bonnots ontirely of crimson Turquoise and dull blno aro noted with dull pink arc seen Crcam whito will bo n uch used in combinations and croam white ribbons trim tho out Â¬ side of bonnots of gray brown or any of the green shades whilo tho string match tho color of the bonnot Cream whito bands are embroidered in gold Plain shot and watered velvets mole skin and beaver like face plush will be among tho fashionable mil- Â¬ linery fabrics Thero arj ologant watered rihhon3 with gilded or sever- Â¬ ed welt that are very effvHstivc A noticeable feature in tho fall shapes are wider and lower crowns in bonnes and wider and more capri- Â¬ cious brims in the ha s The crowns aro rarely ovor medium height and shapes in somo aro they broad and square A distinguished feature of some of tlie Piris hats shows the brim much projocted and turned up high dirtcly in front or in a high curve cither at tho left sido or at the left front quarter Another shape has a brim of medium width in front and forms a high point at oach side of the back Some of turbans have queer brims showing a dcop scallop cut out directly in front and some havo tho brim in a fall point mot by a shallow curve at the left sido of the front A greater difference is seen in the shapes than genorally ex ists from one season to another M Uiners are still making pretty lit Â¬ tle bonnots of shirred and draped laco and crepe lisse and matronly black laco bonnets aro trimmed with Jiacs bunches of lilies of tho valley or somo olhor delicate flowor they aro in novol shapes aud likely to bo worn late in Brooklyn Eagle the season ABSURDITIES Comments U S Finest Flour in town at Trlbble BIoUius 1 sy7fj cans of Touihtoes Corn- PeaS Beans Peaches Pears Apricots and other canned fruits and vegetables sep7 tf Cheapest place In town 600 dozen Just received at Trlbble Blouiils iliyi ntvj lEiny Trlbble tea Blnuut headquarters for sep7tf ACT ST Eksa0 S3 Fine Oranges Bananas and Lemons Blounts received dully at Tribute sepTlf Wallace wants to see you at his shoe octlO 4t store ou Main street UMISWERABLE FACTS That Are Demonstrated At LIVE STOOE KASSST EEPOST JE CORRECTED WEEKLY BY CO WEBER IOPER Commission Merchants at Live Stock Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards CINCINNATI OHIO OCTOBER 31 JLouisviiie THESE PRICES tore fSS7 SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common to Fair Good to Extra Uen Fair to Good 0en Common anJ Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good Common to Fair Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cow Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 3 90 3 2 50 3 25a 2 1 5S 508 25 4 oo 4 0o READ CAREFULLY WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THE MONEY REMEM- Â¬ BER THAT CASH WILL BUY THESE GOODS AT 5paryd 0- BUTCHER CATTLE 3 6e 3 25 2 75 2 75 2 25 1 75 1 00 3 75 3 5 3 oo Best Standard Calicoes at 2 00 Best Indigo Blue Calicoes at 1 50 Best Yard Wide Heavy Brown Domestic Good Cotton Flannels at BULLS Grey Flannels at 2 60 Good Best Shipping 2 50 Best Bologna 2 40 Good Ked Flannels at 2 30 2 25 Nice Dress Goods at 2 to Fair Bologna 2 00 2 25 Fair to Good Feeders Nice Dress Goods at 1 25 Common and Thin 50 Beautiful Dress Goods at FEEDERS AND STOCKERS White Blankets at 3 S 2 50 - - 0c 20 Sc 1Tn iiOc 7l2C 25c 1 Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Grover Cleveland Senior Warden and Grand Junior Warden and had he not removed from the State would have been elected Grand Master of the Masonic Grand Lodge The week before the meeting of the Masons the Grand Lodge of Good Templars of Kentucky convened and Mr T B Demaree of College Hill this county was elected Grand Worthy Chief Templar Had it not been for Capt Shirleys removal Madison county would have the three Grand Masters As it is she has the best two out of three Mad Â¬ ison has been more fortunate in the way of Grand Masters than any other county in the State The late Judge Ed W Turner was once Grand Master of Masons nud Odd Fellows within the 6ameyear Tlie late Geu John Speed - Smith the late Col Wm Holloway the late Judge Daniel Breck were Grand Matters of the Masonic Grand - Lodge and the late Lawson Shearer was Deputy Grand Master LEE 3I0XO3IENT FT i i Kg s The ccrner stoue for a mouument to the memory of Geu R E Lee was laid at Richmond va on last Thurs day Gen G W Custia Lee owing to his recent illness was unable to participate but his brother Gen W H E popularly known as Rooney Lee and Capt Robert E Lee were present The only other immediate members of tbo family are two daughters who are In Europe At a few minutes before 11 oclock the procession brgan to move At the bead of the line came fbe Glnef Marshal of the day Gen riding Bide by Wade Hampton side with Gov Fltzhugu Lee both superbly mounted Then followed the Governors stall In brilliant uniform Next in n the assistant marshal juccelve order came the Virginia Confederate veteran camps the vetÂ¬ erans of the Maryland line the volun Â¬ teer Infantry of Vlrgfnla andthe Iforth Carolina Artillery and then all the Â¬ TIP One of the most beautiful and at the same time one of the mo t prosperous localities iu the great North west is that along the line of the Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul Railway It has an unusually vigorous and pros- Â¬ perous uppeHrencc One of its prime characteristics is the absence of aban Â¬ donment There are no dilapidated or deserted houses no old fields rickety fences or oilier evidences of decay Everything that has ever been in use Is yet in use and improved right up to the last moment and topmost notch Whirling aloug the road above named one sees no ioor cows old horses and sharp back hogs There is no barren territory When they have a field they have a field and the sume way with a forest It is an undulating country with grass and trees brooks rivers and lakes There are numerous places of interest Milwaukee is a large and prosperous city with one of the finest union depots in the world the largest brewery in America it is owned by Phil Best an exposition buildiug of merit It was at the opening aud various other in Â¬ stitutions of interest The city is situ- Â¬ ated on the west shore of Lake Michi- Â¬ gan Iu Milwaukee resides Mr A V H Capertou the passenger head and siioukiors of the vast system of railway known as the 0 M St P above mentioned Twenty miles west of Milwaukee Is the noted towu of Waukesha made famous by its Bathesda and Silurian waters that may be had at any drug- Â¬ store all the country over so extensive are the Bales of them The Fountain Spring House has a capacity for eight hundred guests and is patronized b people from all parts of the world I reached Waukesha ou the night of the 8th of September aud next morning I beheld the greatest frost I ever saw I raked it up on the platform like a young snow but the people thereabouts did not seem to think it any thing extra nor did the vegetation seem to mind it much They must have touuh vines and leaves at Waukesha The water was discovered by sinking deep welli The town was small obscure aud of no importance before the find Â¬ ing of the mineral waters If Rich- Â¬ mond should find a similar water in her effort for natural gis what a ten strike it would prove Further along the way is Portage City And near it the beautiful Lake Pewankee with its great ice houses Then comes the lovely Oconomowoc one of the finest lakes in the world and a popular eummer resort But the Dells of the Wisconsin must be seen to be appreciated Pictured rocks like unto Lake Erie aud the French Broad cavernous openings iu j precipitous elide cassadesedies rapids j raves aud all the other attractions that nature can bestow upon a tortuous river In its weird career through can- i Cupt Thomas Cogar a well known OF THE LATE COLONEL JAMES Kentucky river sleamboutman died at DJARNKT Buhrs Hotel iu Frankfort Wednes night He is believed to have been Tlie Committee of Arrangements for asphyxiated by escaping gas from a the funeral ltoiiors to be paid to the la burner in his room the light from mented Patriot Statesman Soldier aud which he had improperly turned oil Citiseii James Dejarnet having con Â¬ owing to his unfortunate condition sulted with the family have instructed apitointed to take when he retired Courier Journal the undersigned charge of the ceiemouies and Marslml The third and fourth class fur the occasion we publish the follow Â¬ of the Tenth Congressional district ing of Kentucky nre to hold a convention ORDKIl OF ARRANGEMENTS That the funeral of the Ule Jarne at Winchester November 16 to select Dejarnet be solemnized on to moriow deleeates to meet with the notional Sunday Mny I5h Mt 11 oclock A 3 convention at Washington tlie object The religious sTvieei to be performed being to urge upon Congress an iu by Ihf Rev J C Caldwell at the late residence of tlie deceased according to crense in cniupeusHtiou for officials of the usaie of the hrii ian Hinrcli of thor e olusses which he was a member The body to Miss Annie Lamer died Tuesday lie afterwards tnkeii to the family liury ing ground MccnmpHiiifd In h Mili- Oeto4er 18th 1S87 at the residence of tary Ecort Civic Puees Mr Matthew Ten ell near Bulltowu moii and there dexsiiel in the grave Hxeti Kooui ioo Mie was oorn at sea with Masonic ceremonies according to wlnie her wrents were coming from the solemn forms and tiMige of thttt an- Â¬ Ireland She was an mint of Mr cient and honorable order Tew ell She was never sick In her life OKDEROF PROCESSION and died suddenly without any previ Military E cori Seventh Regiment ous illness She was Luried tit St Kentucky Militia Firing Party Volunteer Company Ihonias ye terdaj Bardstowti Re MhiH oii Guards f Rlehmond Capt cord M D WHiiiM ott Brigadier General The Slate of Indiana has filed suit iu B Taylor and Stall the United Slates Supreme Court MASONIC AND CIVIC PROCESSION The Committee of Arrangements- - against the State of Kentucky for pos Officiating Clergy and Ministers of the session of Green river Island iu the Gospel Ohio river United States Marshal lALL BEARERS ur s nas receiveu orders to serve notice of the suit on Gov Buckuerand Oil John Giles fcquire Million Fsq Capt Tiirn T Barnex Col C M Clay Attorney General Hardin command Capt John Newby A V Turner E q ing them to appear in the United Hon D Breck Copt John Law rente biates Supreme Court on tlie first Gen John Tribble Col D Irvine Monday in January 18SS when the Sam Wheritt Esq Saml MoneEsq Family and relatives of the deceased suit will oe called for trial Masonic Fraternity Judges ex Judges September 14 18S0 the steamer Sid- Â¬ members and officers of the Circuit and ney Wright left Philadelphia for a County Courts of Madison amf members of the Bar Members und ex JMoridn putt She never reached her inembers of the Legislature Trustees destination aud was not heard of un- Â¬ and Teachers of Schools Officers and til last Wednesday when a bottle con Â¬ Soldiers who served iu tlie war of lSliJ taining a message dated September 1 Officers and Soldiers who served in the Citizens and 18S0 was picked up at Barnstable late war Neighbors Strangers Mass ltie message stated thut tho The Masonic Ceremonies will be yessell wus then fifty miles off from under the charge of the Richmond Key West with a broken cruukpiu Lodge No 25 Brethren from the Lodges and transient uud the sea was running high She neighboring brethren are invited to be present and no doubt went down with all on board unite The cose of Mary Huut for killing The Seventh Regiment Kentucky Militia with the company of Madison Rick Thomas at Palis has been contin Guards of Richmond will form the ued The killiug aud the confession of military escort and wilt be command Â¬ Mary Hunt a sifter of the dead mans ed by Col W Hue Commaudaut of She has the Regiment under the orders of wife will be remembered Brig Gen Taylor who have been been twice tried by juries Her bail charged with the details of tlie military lias been reduced to S500 but she is arrangements The Regiment will as- Â¬ unable to give it and remains in jail semble at the late residence of the de- Â¬ ceased at 10 and will be iu line at 11 Thomass widow has been an unfortun- Â¬ oclock and tlie General doubts that ate creature having buried two hus not every man subject to duty in the bauda a father and three children aud Seventh Regiment will obey wlh alac- Â¬ only 4 years of age rity this cull to pay a last tribute of respect to the venerable soldier and THIN COLUMN one of its old commanders The Drums Flags etc will be clothed in mourning and tlie usual A Sourwoods man named Williams badge of mourning will be worn on the sends us word that he has killed two left arm and ou the hilt of the sword The honors to be paid by the troops rabbits and is solid in the way of fresh to the deceased will be according to meat for another week his ranK of Colonel Mr Denny who bought the Glass Mnjor J H Berry and W L Bigger property on Main street will toon stsftwill act us Aids and Assistant move into it He can not then either MMrshals By order of the Committee of Ar Â¬ kuss or throw rocks for lie is too good rangements a blue stocking to do the former John Miller Marshal and there is an old saying that people who live In Glass houses should not Richmond May 14 1859 do the latter The late war referred to was the An anonymous letter of a decidedly Mexican war It will be observed that embracing twelve nil the participants mentioned in the religious nature ticket are now dead except Capt pages has been received at The Waiasooti Geu Taylor Gen Clay Climax office The closing paragraph Mr Stone aud possibly Mr Million contains two requests as follows Pleas Prinle this iu the Papers to in- Â¬ A most remarkable occurrence on the day of the funeral was a terrific report vite Sliiers to turne to CHriste Ex It is signed in the heaveus whieh was heard nil ZAneu this Well over the county and in adjoining coun- Â¬ Atrue SpekerofChrlste ties It so much resembled the report IRVINE of a cannon that many persons not present at the funeral thought that Miss Katie Friend has returned from the military hud a battery aud hud be Â¬ gun firing The time of report was a visit to friends in Mt Sterling between 10 aud 11 oclock and the Mrs EK Lane has purchased the sky was clear The phenomenon dwelling of Mr W L Butterworth has never been explaiued and will take possession this week Miss Canie Smith who bus been vlsitiug her sister Mrs John R CONCERNING FARMERS Peeples at Millerbburg returned Fri- Â¬ post-mastei t Â¬ nd Â¬ ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE FUNERAL Good Jeans at Good Suit of Clothes at Common and Thin Stockers 75 Better Suit of Clothes at COWS AND CALVES Cfothes at 00 50 00 Better Suit of Best Grades 45 00 Good Overcoat at Fair to Good 30 oo40 Common 15 oo25 00 Better Overcoat at Best Veal Calves 5 25 5 50 Better Overcoat at Fair to Good 4 oo 5 00 Womens Shoes at 2 50 Common and Heavy 3 50 Womens Shoes at SPRING LAMBS Boots at Good Extra Heavy 1 3 00 2 50 2 00 3 25 75 2 50 2 00 2 xjCu Oomiorrs tit - 75c 20c per yd 150 a pair - - 600 650 750 400 500 750 1 tSji - 1IK a 1 25 25c 75e pr 1 Butcher Fair Butchers Common and Tail Ends HOGS Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs Roughs and Scalawags Good ATTENTION 4S5 5 5 35 5 IO 4 5XS 4 75 3 3 5 4 7 4 4 4 40 4 20 3 00 Boots at 200 250 100 Hats at Hats at Hats at 4 5 4 l5 4 l 4 00 2 75 mi -- p p TOBACCO MEN 50 acres John Sawyers of Manchester Ohio desires to tend a crop of tobacco raise It on tlie shares or rent the laud 10 to He releres to It H Manchester Bank Manchester O Win Pearce Ianluer Farmers Hank Manchester O Other references given by applj ing at Tun Climax oflice EUfn Cashier oct2 4f FOUND -- Rock Bottom Prices for Cash Our stock is complete and we have a great many goods that we have not enumerated here 1iit call and see what we have and you will be satisfied that we have the best stock ever in Richmond sold at prices never be- Â¬ fore offered Come and see us and see the great bargains we have August SI- - Ri All Prices and in All Styles Remember that these prices are the OR -- 6 U V st ii k 91 AT THE tr iii mm urn OF K J STRZ2M LOUISVILLE STOKE Tw I w 3 ON D 2B IS THE AGENT AT EICHMOND KY FOR as y in IN NAMES THE CLEBRATED North Second Street A full and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY Washingtons Thon wo havo Pike vjlle --North Pike South Pike Pdcc Center EistPiko and West Pike Why net Turnpike and Pickorol Tho odious terminal villc is worn to shreds Oar lan Â¬ guage furnishes us with many very graceful endings for such uses Of theso MS3 Cooper gives us a good store with directions for use in hor charming R iral Hours Tho Saxon Danish and Norman endings to b3 found in English geography arc happily instanced and surely Mr Snooks would bo a3 well pleased to have hs village called Snooksby or Snooksbury or Snookshani or Snookswyck or Snooksbamp or Siooksdell or Glcnsncoks or simply Snook by itsolf as to sco it lettered at tho railway station with evar rocuring poverty of invention as Snooks jfiilo After Glancing at tho Iost Olllce List Tho disposition to reduplicate or reÂ¬ peat is in itself injurious to the popu- Â¬ lar mind it impoverishes robs n of our resources and creates a habit of beggarly imitaion Look at the post oflico list of Franklins Pikes and WEBSIT E IR FARM WAGONS They are about closing up their business SUBSCRIPTIONS and have on hand over 4000 of them -- GROCERIES Canned oods r2een and Bried Fruit - MlfflT TRUSS BOD and plenty of every thing in my line This house is fl jj UD TUBULSR ML Manufacture all styles and sizes DUE THE which they offer at ESPECIALLY LOW PEIOES The Best Material uirieuy -- MSI ess ill faions ON A- - Which ceased to exWarranM For One Year ist last June should The Easiest Terms Â¬ villc Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE day The Estill Springs will be fold Nov Col- Sloners Princess Russell by 21 nnd theLC V Railroad will General Shermans Idea Mambrlno Russell valued at SI0000 be built a rate chance for a good in hurt herelf In jumping over a fence on If I wero to give a son of niino a his farm in Bourbon and died from the vestment Lvice General Sherman said recently Mr Leslie Oliver has bought the io a lounss at aaratoga injuries Id tell him store house and adjoining dwelling to master the trade of a blacksmith or According to statistics in a printed from Claud Smith of Richmond Mr carpenter or somo such honorable and report on the subject at Washington Oliver will move to town and open a manly vcition A man might much there were 45100000 6heep in the saddle shop better boil type setter than a member of tho pesky press United States in 18S7 a decline ol 6000 Judge W W Parks barn on his Then afier chowing representatives Â¬ his cigar vigor 000 smea 1SS4 The decline occuned Ono of the greatest evils of mainly iu the Southern and Western farm just across the river vrap destroyed ously by fire Saturday clternoon Loss about tho day is a lack of thoroughness in States 100 pattly covered by insurance It Is every thing There is not as much sound knowledge to day as thero was not known how the fire originated liast Friday W H Crowford a fifty year prominent stockbreeder from Chicago Friday eveniug Bud Keliey be- Â¬ young managi Why when I was a iho avciago failures to purchased Dr E D L Parks fine came engagpd in au altercation with a pass at Annapolis was thirty three per stock farm near Lexington contain jnung man naraetl Will Heathle when cent We-hvo too much snobbery and ing two hundred norr s fur 524000 He Kenilile struck him in the facp with a vencor these days and not onouh will tiring his stable Of fine hqrees here slimeiuUirig a severe gash In hlafore- - gOoaVsribstantiaL honest worth Jn the and mve It one of the finest breeding headiiiHrhif upper lip and baocklogf matitrlng genoratlon St Loui fie pulUfan om two teeth farms In this section Â¬ and no mouth in short no vivor and of course no mouth of arivorto suggost it Wo have cliff where all is dead levol and plain even Champlain whero all tho scenery is mountainous Probably tho worst of our follies on practical grounds is tho application of Washington to an enormous Terri- Â¬ tory soon to bo admitted as a State Ono vonld think the final ton suffi- Â¬ ciently indicativo of a town or city to bo left to tho grand use it so well de- Â¬ serves in tho name of tho National capital But no after peppering tho maps with this noblo name and mak Â¬ ing it a by word in its senseless recur- Â¬ rence always everywhere and ad nauseam for mountains hills vales villages country cornors and favorite racing stallions it mu3t now ba pulled out liko a coverlet and spread over tho boundless wildcrnoiS The Forum Tho worst of it is that wo borrow terminations with shocking contempt of propriety suffixing niont to a patronymic like Dick where thero is neither mount nor ant hill to justi Â¬ fy it Wo havo Dovedalu whoro thoro is neither dalo nor dovo and over and over again sack form3 as Dartmouth whero thero is no dart Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so AT ONCE BE-- WEBSTER WAG03SF June 22 CO tf A TBIAL Libr ry Lamps AID ADRUFF Roflprs Silver Platefl Knifes id Fork June22 tf AT THE-- T jLi MkMtr -- aid Jeweler DKALER IN LWatcliesr Clocks Jewelry Silver and 1lated ware etc 8peelal attention given to SKTTINa DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Promptly douc umi - In a raantr workmanlike -- was jraia ior uia uoift ana suyer pInce-tit-xlotn- Lr Cook at the They can not be surpassed in style or date on the margin workmanship at of your Climax just Thm after your name Yery best material employed in their man that is the date to which you are paid ufacture If you owe any thing on the Herald please or call if you s6e them because you cant help it send and pay it the it to us as Herald business mut Tley Ire Precisely What Yon be settled You hae Our stock of Queens ware and Glass- - had four months in ware and especially our Decoeated Din which to pay a dolner and Tea Sets is full and attractive lar or twoi and we BEST 03E2rES OF are sure yfu do not K3 A JLJEJ J Ji3L JSifS JLJiJ3j3 want anyaSpiore time and other Staple Groceries also Canned Pieee W Quote Â¬ fan Â¬ 53Don1t In llm Inrsei tlie Pirat ofiice HletmauilLltyjitue22 If jrbodS v - 1 CFRiUTGIS TB i1 Halloween Cincinnati to Daj ton Indiana where the Halloween was oliserved by the will spnd the winter with her sister Mrs Misses Logan Miller and others and J Henry Rogers V I nrbDAV NOVEMBER 2 1SS7 the young ladies and gentlemen tried The Misses Logan daughters of Presi their fate with chestnuts glasses of dent Logan of Central University encounty farm for reut Bee Garrard water and fishing out apples from a tertained in honor of Miss Evelyn Pearl continues 111 at College washing tub of water with a young of Harrodsburg on last Thursday night Dr Stewart mans name pinned on the apple About twenty couples were present and showing her future prize in the the event was characterized by that unA new cottage is In course of con Â¬ matrimonial market causing mauy bounded delight heretofore noticeable on on Ibe Armer addition good laughs at the young ladies ex struction similar occasions pense Quite a number of young ladies Lizzie Wilkes lias Iwon wild by Capt felt very badly left Holloween night MATRIMONIAL- J T Shackelford to Indiana parties after sitting up until 12 oclock and up their Miss On Ia6t Thursday ilr Thomas screwing to go tn courage to the high Â¬ Mr H Susie A March of this place and est pitoh B Land of Jessamine county the spring alono and dps shipped 100 fat cattle to New Pi look for the lace of a lover that appear-Â¬ will b e married to morrow morning at York ed not 9 oclock Liwn tennis has superceded base- Â¬ Rev Bruce Trimble and Miss Allie Â¬ Â¬ qp- - T- - Si A F BRECK CN- - THE CLIMAX E TV WIGGINS JL i JL5 JLoi J Â¬ Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Ji Builders Hardware and Building Material Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city trices We are also prepared to do HOOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory We carry a large stock of best brands of KOOFLNG TIN PLATE and will job you can get anywhere not delay your work We also carry a nice line of ball iu Richmond Sudden Death Eugene Ashton the elocutionist ibe Irvine tHge now leave Rich well known to the people of Richmond iu tlie morning and returns at fell dead iu Phiittdelphia icud on last Sat Cassiday who were recently married in Mt Sterling have removed to California their future home laSXIKTCTOIff BSSIaEaE C5QOK This powder never varies A marvel of purity etreuptli and wboletomeness Jloro economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be told In competition with the mul- Â¬ titudes of low test shortjwelgtit alum or phos In Ehate powders Sold onlyWallcans N ItoTAL POWDEB CO 106 Y bt Mis Ella March posiion has accepted a as saleslady at Mr H B 9 Miss Hennie Barrett da ughter of John urday morning Mrs M Barlow of tins place his relative left on Monday G Barrett Esq was married in Louis- Â¬ ville last week to Mr Richard Montfort lor Flemlugsburg at which place DIIingliamg Mr J V Crawfitnl has opened a coal j ard next to Hunleys stable on Mreet Irvine One of Miss Pauline Bracks pupils escaped from Anchorage on Friday was caught at Louisville bt m m Alexander of Woodford pr roes to give Central Univerifcty JO if others will give 90600 SI 31r A J buriul occuried that belug his former home Mr Ashton was in Richmond two or three years ago and closed the teaching of a class in elocution with the play ofMarguerit which was pre sented at Park Theatre He was about 20 ears old at the time of his death and had a future of great promise He hud recited for the President and MNs Cleveland and purposed going to Eurojie where he in all probability would have recited for Queen Victoria Â¬ the N The resident engineer of the L bride is a cousin of Mrs Belle McDowell and Mrs J Speed Smith this place Miss Susie Wallace and Mr J Waller Marshall were married in the Broadway Christian church Lexington on Tuesday morning October 26th at 1030 oclock Elder John Shouse officiated The bride is a daughter of Mrs Ann Wallace who ha6 many relatives here Absolutely Pure Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills c STES and BlMIXGELS VI JDYIVA3XrXEj FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY BLASTINa POWDER IRON MANTELS AND GRATES June22tf i Patronize g- - -- b aB JJ Brooks the drnggist Jnue 22 tf XLJ m JL e Mr c I B White of Richmond the icr has been appointed Grand of the Odd Fellows Grand V Lode Tije of Kentucky work on Covington two story iron front business Ik ute on the ruins of the old office Queensware Glassware TVooflenwre DIED one mil be finished tills week Mr Hnrvie McDowell who has Tiie ladies of the Presbyterian ohurch made such a valuable assistant editor W M Johnson of Marshall Mo who yii I ae a Tliauksgiviug sale of etll of the Register since last June has isited his brother-in-laJ C Ljter And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New ics tie day before Thanksgiving taken a position with The Climax this place last summer died of typhoid Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable and will not allow any thing to escape fever tw o weeks ago Ellis Iliggins is not a new firm but has been in existence for Tlf to be hereafter announced him in the matter of news nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends and a good with Mr Ed Dr Phil Roberts Of consumption at the home of her If any thing of importance hereafter share of other people to call and see them will open a escapes publication W it as prescrijttMmwt father Wm J Rayburn Thursday morniu Richmond it New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prices drjs re at Rani eys old drug stand will have to be locked up in a burglar ing Oct 27th at 4 oclock Mrs Ijwer Main street next week on They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell proof safe and the combination forgot- Â¬ Delia Rucker in the 26th year of her age They know how to buv and how to sell and what tho people Mrs Rucker was the wife of D P them p ripilir monthly meeting of the ten T Rucker w ho died several years ago She want CALL AND SEE THEM aug 10 lyr IVy Council was held last night One of the Boys leaves three small children who will make Wi an the past month two saloon Turner Sew ell lives at tho mouth of their home as heretofore with their grand c Bargains at J C Lyters I r He is Iiave lieen renewed at 1000 Drowning Creek on tlie Kentucky parents Mr and Mrs Rayburn The going to cloe out by tlie first of Janu River He has always lived around iu funeral tervices were conducted by Rev ary regardless of cot uov2 It T rii of ClienauHi who went to that locality He is now 57 years old F Grider at the M E Church College Samuel Patlon i at bis baiber shop T xi si me dav ago to see the coun ami has fourteen living children to Hill on Saturday morning She was As Executor of the estate of Henry N anil restaurant No 15 First street and trj 1 ave returned satisfied that Ken say nothing of the three that are dead buried in the family burjing ground Wells I will on will be glad to have his white friends tn Ij is ood enough for any man on He is a rail maker like unto Mr Lin- Â¬ uov2 It call and see him coln and two years ago walked two earth RELIGIOUS miles fiom home one day made one Â¬ iiOg the MihIIsoh eonnty people hundred and twenty five rails and Presbyterian church at Ford will be The be t goods in the market for sale at 2 oclock p m sell to the highest bidder nov2 It cheap at J C Lyters w 1k Iiave rf late been for r Wfa returned two hours before suu dnwn tinap i i Dr R L Breck who bought He has averaged lour thousand rails a dedicated Sunday Houses C Mens and B03 s brogaus at Rev Blake will preach at Republican - of land for S4fi6 and sold out year fur forty years But his days six r octlf it Wallaces IX Saturday and Sunday for S M0 are fast drawing to a close He 3Iy stork of goods must be closed out interesting protracted meeting at The is sutlering with a deadly cancer Ti e two youngest children of the Cull and see me if you want bargains Methodist church continues The first is the house on the South side that indicates an early departure the OC119 4I J C liYTER lao B II Brown who were sent to for of Main street occupied by Mrs Sallie Spurgeon the famous English di Â¬ Mr country undiscovered that aj cii hanV liome in Linufoville have from wliose bourne no traveler ever vine has withdrawn from the Baptist If you need a pair of shoes or boots Cobb The second is the house on the South b -iilo ted one by a family at Glas go to Wallaces side of Main street just above the one Mr Sewell has not taken Union octl9 4t returns g u and ihe other eli ewliere mentioned a drink for half a century but for Services in chapel of Episcopal church The third is on the East side of EstU Wankenpliast I - N ucy B Jones will sell piiblk neurly thirty fi ears of his early life 715 p m Fridays and Sundays and 11 Shoes at Wallaces They never hurt aenue now occupied by James Alman 1 I 1 premises near Otherwise a m Sundays Foxtown on he hit er jKirly heavy ALSO ONE SHARE OF STOCK IN -oct9 4t enriay November 2S1 all Iwr than the cancer liio health is fair to Rev A P Cobb who recently held a your feet TIIE FAIR GROUNDS farming implements midiiu stt rr Hi and C C Wallace asks you to call at his protracted meeting here is in Carlisle Terms easy and made known on day of ire J 2 a nutuler f well brod mares and up to Sunday had made 51 converts shoe hou e on lower Main street Bur sale A ChiuBftiou Eater CYRUS T WELLS The new Christian church at Speed- Â¬ gins old stand Xormerly Moberleys Son an oki and urfl- Jn Mr G Flora of Cuuuihellsvjlle and examine hit iipw and vat ied stock m4 Executor Henry N Wells estate 1 fi m hvea word to say iu a formerly of this plaeeis endeavoring to well this county was dedicated on last an octl9 4t Rev S W Crutcher preached of bouts and thne c inn ail vert icemen I eewnere 111 eat H 0 quails iu fifty days for 500 A Sunday Sufficient money was raised the sermon ti is i ue Tliey handle first class Philadelphia man has heard of the ef- Â¬ Best quality Canvassed Hams to pay off tlie entire debt t It an deal squarely with every- - fort aud cays Breakfast Ilacou and Dried Beef at sepTtf Tribble Blounts Ky G Flora orCampltellsville Large Sale of Town Lots claims to be the champion quail eater Haing decided to quit farming I will On next Saturday November 5th T e entertainment by the Epiirtiyllid Every can of goods that you buy on of America How can this be when he Rev Wm Crow will sell publicly ij Tiii 111 011 la t Tuesday night ua Blount h guaranteed to lias eaten only eighty quails iu forty forty three town lots His property from Tribble v J itiended and entirely satisfactory Nov be of standurd weight and quality day- - while I have eaten ninety iu lies on the north side of Irvine street as ocM ions utHlly are The foi sepTtf ly one days and seven more at the iu Richmond aud between the rail- Â¬ proceed to sell to the highest bidderon the Â¬ men acquitted themselves premises near Foxtown liuNh in Madison If he w ill accent my challenge road and tlie Four Mile or Union road I i h mely buy cheap light weight canned county my Dont for 1000 a side I will make a match Tlie grounds have been tid off into goods hen you can buy standard to eat four quuils u day for sixfy dns lots with streets aud alleys so that T e brink wrk of OhH J T Shack Blouuts for the goods at Tribble e irls two story iroti front brick the four to lie eaten ut one sitting or a every lot faces a street aud nearly same money sep7lf AND for sixty days aud I every one has an nlley in tlie rear I i e was coni4e4ed an Saturday an be give tlie workmen a swpner at willagie6to eat thirteen at a finish One street runs across the property in of Canned Fruits aud Thousands Jop M irkeys that night W T Har Referee and judges to be selected by a front of the house extending from the Vegetables nre being received daily at New York cewtMper r c intra tor railroad on tlie east to the Four sepTtf Mr Flora will no doubt accomplish Mile road on the west Another Tribble and Blounts I have 9 horses One of the rood mares Simuel Wlierritt son of W H his present undertaking and then street extends from the front of Ihe is by Administrator in foal to Vatican W I trritf of LancHwter was found elpil tackle the by Tommie Wilkes 2 Philadelphian Several house to Irvine street forming right Wallace i mare by Mambrino Eric 2 colts I In I c one morning lant week He years ago he did the chestnut act of angles with the above named new O C Wallace at Burglus old stand yearlings ny Vatican and i by licans Administra w is subject tosH i ami is sHpjMioed eating thirty quails iu thirty days and street in front of Ihe residence Four on Main street formerly C F Mobe- Â¬ three- - ear old gelding 16 tor a nice to bive did during an attack His was hungry nil tlie time He is a lots 150x120 feet on the east side of rleys place has a fresli and excellent nanus well broken to harness one pair a was 16 j ears brother of Mr A D Flora of this the front avenue face that avenue stock of Boots and Shoes of great brown mare mules 16 hands I three- mule tM place Everything from French year oldAmareof jack stock hands 2 mule looking West aud five lots 40x120 variety colts lot consisting of Mr As executor of H N Well French jack 15 hands three years old 1 year- Â¬ 2Goct tf feet on the opposite side face itlooling calf down to heavy brogan A Ten Strike CjrusT Wells wilUell publicly three 1 jennet and jack colt 2 two Ten lots 40x100 feet face Irvine broad toe Loudon pointed toe high ling jack 1 We clip tlie subjoined paragraph East t is and lots in Richmond and one street looking South aud back of heel low heel narrow bottom broad year old jennets 250 good ewes and 8 of last Friday aoutneown bucks 4 calves 40 shoats the fTL or stock iu the Fair grounds from 1S40 Register an alley On the other side bottom High prices low prices some plows gear and other implements Elihu Owens an elderly un- Â¬ them isalley Iu Tv of the houses are on Main street oct9 4t eight lots HOxlOO feet of the and a lot of oats near tne mills and the other is on married man at the time emigrated to face the new cross street looking Terms easy and made known on day of California from Bath county Ken- Â¬ Sjrup or Figs sale Sale at 1 oclock EsJl Avenue North and on the other side of that tucky His relatives live in Bath and MRS NANCY BJONES Manufactured only by the California 40x140 feet facing AWsans Exchange Montgomery counties and among street are uiue lots 2n3 Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal is Z E Bush Auctioneer Tii institution will hi open every them were Joshua Oweti the grand- Â¬ it looking South Back of these nine Natures Own true Laxative It is the lots is an alley and beyond that are Sa urday and Tuesday ooruer Main and father of Mrs E H Field aud Mrs E most easily taken and the most pleas- Â¬ Third streets ojoslte Judge Bournes J Shackelford daughters of Wm W two lots 53x240 feet lying parallel with the alley and facing the Four Mile antly effective remedy known to in the blue huue lours from 9 A M Etnbrv who married Georgia Ann road and running back to the main cleanse the system when bilious or cos- Â¬ t 2 1 ji The proceeds will be devoted Owens the only child of JoshunOueus lot of one aud a half acres on which tive to dispel headaches colds aud to ciuri able purposes AT- Patronize it Elihu Owens died iu California recent the lioue is situated The house lot fevers to cure habitual constipation 20- Jy leaving the enormous estate of is L shaped and fronts 120 feet on the indigestion etc For fr ale in 50 cents 000000 The heirs of Mt Sterling Fine Pertrahs Willis new cross street the large part of the and SI 00 bottles by Stockton Â¬ In the windows of Messrs Stockton were advised of the fact and have em Lining back East of the house are illU druggist on Main street are ployed an attorney to go to California three lots facing the new cross street -INT- to be seen three fiue life size portraits to investigate the case It is believed looking South Mrs Fiekl and Mrs Shackelford in paste I of Mr Wm Hooker wife that The house is a beautiful cottage of Remaining unclaimed in tlie Post to nil son of Stanford The work will each get asfromtwo-aud-ha- lf only seven six rooms built by Mr William Cheu office at Richmond Ky week ending weAs Executors of Jacob Huguely deed will on are there was done by Mr L Sehlegel of this three millions Louisville formerly attorney Nov 1 1887 Field and Mrs ault of Both Mrs heirs at law this place There are all Atchley Frank Maxberry Laura Shackelford are of our best families and necessary Maxberry William two cisterns Breck Mary outbuildings hold equally high positions in the Rain Miller Horace Ureck Lucy and a never failing pool McKinnie Katie Bcblarn Merrial Mr H L While returned from Clny county and we heartily congratulate at the hour of 11 oclock a m at the late A new street known as Hallie Boggs Miss Nanny Parkes T J residence of said Huguely in Madison c iUity en last Saturday in which them 011 the gratifying prospect of soon street runs from Irvine street in front Phelps Mary Card ell J C County Ky offer at public sale to the cu iiy he had sojourned for about two becoming millionaires Clarto Allen Miller Richardson Amos of the Crow property between the highest bidder Wallace Mattie we k He says it rained nearly all well and the planing mill to Crooke Jennie Walker Minnie Harris J B me he was there and was dis- tl2 PERSONAL Main street at the cemetery gnte The Harris E M Walker Malinda eably muddy Narry a rain iu east corner of the property to be sold Irvine Nannie Warren Nettie Hanson for a month Washington Nannie Mr George Phelps of Foxtown has lies 011 liviue street one square from Ervins Mathew WillamsTajlor gone East on a tour of observation Estill Avenue and the front gate of the Lee Cora owned by Jacob Huguely in his lifetime Maupin Amanda Late Bet Trnc Said land is located on Fair grounds Â¬ Mrs Bettie Bronston Chenault of KanAdvertised matter will bo held two Stony Run branch of the waters of the Otter Creek The Courier Journal is a yearpr two It One third January 1st Terms is vWiting her parents in this place sas after date of advertisement nud will be sold in two tracts Oije tract of b jw In recivinir tho information 1SSS without interest but one third July weeks Miss Elizabeth Walker of Lancaster 1st 1883 and oue third January 1st then if undelivered will be sent to the got it straight when it did reach it is risking Mr Geo White near White 1689 witli interest from January 1st dead letter office Thai paper sajsPost office hnurn from 6 A sr to 7 P With tlie house and the other of 1888 and a lien will be reserved Hn James It Buruam of Rich Â¬ Station Sale Money order and registered letter mond whoso ably represented Madi Â¬ M Mrs George Lancaster of Lexington to begin at 2 oclock uOes-ess -son county in the Legislature hours prompt 7 a sr to 6 v n a few spent a few days with the family of Mr Now Is the time for bargain at J C on the opposite side of the county road years ago is flourishing at the practice B WILLIS P sr this week J John Crooke Qne quarter of an acre of land will be re- Â¬ nov21t Lyters of the law He has recently formed a served around the grave yard from the Miss Lizaie Bennett is quite sick with paituership with Judge W B Smith sale The 6S acres are well set in grass My entire stock of goods must be fe er at the home of her grand- Â¬ The 308 acre tract is improved by a who has long been recognize as one of malarial closed out during the next sixty days Mr Samuel Bennett Sr Of White members of the Riohmoud father regardless of cos t J C Lyter Good Dwelling House bar The firm is n strong one nd it is Hall nov21t oats cistern bams orchard outbuildings and 110 ciue for wonder that Ihey are do Miss Bessie McDowell entertained a Fine orchard every thing that goes to make up a com- Â¬ Large line of boy3 clothing to close of friends on Friday afternoon ing a good business number fortable home The land is of superior J L McMURTRY nov2 It She means to spend the winter in St regardless of cost at Uyters 15 Ceilings 10 Buena Vista Garrard Co Ky fertility and well located and watered nstf Louts and Chicago Thi Mountain Deal TERMS -- The land will be sold upon As an old lady patttnl our druggist on selec- Â¬ Call a credit until the first day of January Last week a party of Ohio men Miss Lizzie Bennett was bridesmaid at tlie bade s lie Raid Gaulers Chicken iSSS for one half of the purchase money bought in Breathitt county sixty odd the Marshall Wallace wedding in Lex- Â¬ Cholera Cure U ail you recommended and a credit until the first day of January thousand acres of laud for S00Q0 ington last Wednesday Mi6 Mattie it to be It improved my young chickeiiH loSg for the other one half of the purThe purchaser will be rechase money Messrs W B Smith J Stone Walk ChcncuU was also present theyve never had gapes fclnce I first quired to execute notes with good security tr and E Smith of Richmond Walker Tevis heretofore a sales- gave it to them and puch n thing as Mr for the purchase money bearing interest 8EAMUES8 B MWni The only 83 world uei totes for which tho land wa man in II L White with C HTSrs Shoe lu the lrom day of sale at six per cent Cos has gone to cholera U unknown among them Jutyi3 tf oat tacks or nails JK le 5 Sun and in Iio dual n Is rep Iialtinro Birmingham Alabama to clerk in the Sold by Stockton perfect CtCj Possession will be given of the home WiliU Finest Calf Congresairv RY and warranted rame a the Richmond parlies S87000 shoe ftore of his brother-in-lapace at once and of the 68 acres January C Jfc uik Mr E G Button sad Lace all styles toe AsstjUshiir A tioSS JJSB c Oysters Birds Steak Coffee Dread Trait we hear Last spring Michigan men sod durable as tnose r So Muth A SW- L Pci sons desiring to loolt over the land or RoysV Sr Co corner S Diuelli f Second costing t3 thetSW V tri 1 V00 acres n the same way in w vyNV a TTo Iralld TBACTION and POSTABLB ENGIOTS of all alzsa Tlie ftastras T will apply te any of the undersigned who Dr G C Greetiway and wife of Hot ami Irvine streets second door fMnvl all wear Leer t y These purchasers say that bohakz a TUKsueit tocwneat oats nax ojover pets and ait suds sue grams I 3 igSfej w ill take pleasure in showing same uzjjitjm oiiiAW oxAUJUiiiaaiiaaAW wnin and Mrs AdJison f Post olllcp keen fresh oysters birds iiivoivmu Serines Arkansas a r - ad must be built h the mnau i7rito for Free- Circular fVl jfCrfj Yfsniecx I r rt5 J AME - W HUGUELY Ti 4vn jrA a I ICINSOM A CO fj l ft t mm fTluM us vria b- J iTir ILw is it that In the We t White and daughter Miss Sunie of steak and other sucli things J n0M m I 1Or VI XJ J SULIKEU HUUUELY tUSMd Richmond Mm f Mb SbM1 are guests of Mr ready to cook and rve at a moments 3r HvsaT ffisHsJgl JACOB HUGUELY k I t and wile even hundred of HunUville Alabama inaians u Sm J W I DOUGLAS 82JOsold QrTf ni br jour dealer wear It Executors n i s of rsiiioad are built through and Mrs W M Irvine notice Hot coflee bread butter nick Â¬ celled lor bearrDOUGLASnot Brockton SIus write W I Z E Bush Auctioneer countries affording nothing to haul c Miss Curreleen Smith end her father el For sale in Richmond by 1 S At the same time- we will sell u e every mile through the moun They have n choice lot of grapes Dr C C Smith left Monday for Cincinabout oTiarrels of corn about so shocks tans fKtntuoky Is fat with natural nati Miss Curreleen a young lady of California pear apples oranges hud of fodder a straw rick and 3 stacks of - 3nov3t hay wealth It novilf nine years will be tent by express from other fruits Ijrick ArnJ Bns Dr W Simpson Elkin of Atlanta G and Miss Ellen Duncan of Lancaster were married at the Presbyterian church Editorial Changes in the latter place on Tuesday evening Mr Clarence E Woods late of the October 25th 18S7 the Rev J C Ran- Â¬ Lebanon Enterprise and Announce to the public and especially to Miss Bridesmaids dolph officiating of Col R X White of this place groceries that they have opened a fresh lot Lula Bronston Richmond Misses Juliet has become one of the editors of the Gill Ella Watson Lizzie Walker Jennie Register Hj is a live youngmau and Faulkner of Lancaster will make things whirl at the Register THB J W CEOOKE ELLIS HIGGINS of F B CROOKE1 grand-son-iu-la- that large class who buy STAPLE FANCY GHOCIBIES IN RICHMOND w THE PALACE Dry Goods Notions u naerwear DRY GOODS -- EXECUTORS SALE G CLOTHIt gpcT EaB -- aid shoe OF- - use x5a Saturday November 26 THEY KESSF JSVSR7THZIUG- bi tfTrrTT tM s EWM THE ONLY- m 1 t Q and Lots THAT ffl Strictly Cash House in Eichmond You Can Save From 25 to 50 Per Cent hy buying Your Goods for the Money Eight 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 SIS THE1 DRYT GOODS LINE 1 Store that 1 bI 1 1 Public Sale Wednesday they sell at tlie same prices you have to FOB CASH OM3L1T pay for the same Goods and you will find out that you can buy a whole lot of Goods for a little money SELS 23 m 1 STOCK CEOP Iiluifiiits EYERTTHIIB IS MY LOW You cannot buy in New York or Philadelbut you wont find it out in a Credit Store phia the Goods they handle at lower only go to a Cash Store and convince yourprices than Crooke Son ask ANT EASTERN MARKET If Â¬ self HO 1 Fanning iii lb and 1 Variety in rae CHEAP YOU CAiS BUY NOW I have a full and complete stock of GO AND SEE THEM D G gj F aniiel s hawls A ND SS 3 L LETTERS t I aston- Â¬ and a whole lot of Goods ish you All wool Tricot Cloth 37c per yard All wool Plaid Flannel 25c per yard Silk Yelvets iu all colors 75c per yard Jeans lankets at prices to Iae Tuesday I0T22 87 natu-ural-g- as 1 I am simply over stocked and must reduce same for Ladies Misses and Children at Bottom SO NOTE PRICE Prices CLOAKS THE ar Tke Real Estate Finest 30 31 ACRES tieabt PO 160 Embossed Gold Paper worth SI reduced to 50 cents Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents Neat Papers worth 15 cencs reduced to 10 cents tests the ing to sell them way down what it is to miss a sale Shos cityRubbeif and I am largest stock in the I never go- Â¬ know CLOTHING for Men and Boys Overcoats in all styles Odd Coats Odd Pants Odd Vests tor Hall price to get rid of them t P W L DOUGLAS 3 ey -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 SOEfef fns nz Â¬ BEMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at cents at cents per Bolt and on early in order to get choice per Bolt and a great many tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices ous to mention named HATS AND CAPS other articles too numer- Â¬ I have a house full of GEO M WILLGING goods And Cash Will Buy Them Cheap Come for Bargains to the Cheapest Store DOOGtAsAij9scn alns te3 - in Richmond The Palace Dry Goods Clothing and Shoe House of -- ft5 fSSSPSyy ftw n ir j Â¬ JAOIC FREEM 1 a ininf - F Jy 1 TT A YS 0 ipWSi WJ JW if -- fllSMW Y- - muik -- - -- ipr sefs- - THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wx G WHITE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBERS TAKEN BY 18S7 WORKS OF CHARITY Uat NICE LAW POINTS FACTS Good sign imals FOR FARMERS Tfae Danger of Regarding Practical ten In a Sentimental Light SURPRISE Said I to Dick one summer day When we were sitting side by aide Tls time that you were wed and I Will nelp yon to select a bride Oar women knew each other best And men are often taken in S come to me far my advice Bre yet the coorting days beglnn rer Diet and I had playmates been Stoee early childhood dont yea see nd sisterly I was to him And he most brotherly to me Ind twas a oomp ct we had made AOeast a dozen years ago f bat If we ever fell in love Wed sorely let each other know Bat I was fancy free as yet was sat ItMy own right ta his behalf to try makmg sklH And Dick so modest and so shy mateh Theres Elsie Jeanta Grace and Fan And Kate all lovely girls I said And any one of whom I think An emperor might be preed to wed At onee yosr preference declare There really is bo time to lose And tell me it yea soagst a wife Which is the oae dear girl yoad choose r XMek slipped h s arm areead my waist And kissed me sot as brothers da Then whispered sweetly in ray ear The only girl I love is Yon V Asa I was taken by surprise And in a flash it ease to me That all Use years sieee ehlMhoods days I bad net been qHe fancy tree AndhadDMt made another ehoice ABd he and I been doomed to part Alas alas I knew I shesM Have perished of a broken heart JmyMiM PsKen tnV T Ledger A BOTTLE OF INK The Various Processes Employedin Its Manufacture An Article Which Is Sold for a Penny and Yet Pays a Profit to Both Dealer aud Manufacturer- - cold and cheerless during tbe season that is Riprarian owners on the stream own the uses We known in England as summer of the water that actually succeeds In getting Into the stream but that is all are located at lite seaside and the The use which every owner In a running neeeesky has arisen for writing an im Â¬ stream may claim Is only of the water whlcr Wo have portant business letter has entered into and become part of the stream called for paper pen and ink and al Â¬ The grant by the Legislature of an exclusive though the lirt is obtainable some right of the water power of a navigable strearx having been included by a rare chance does cot give title to the corpus of the water Hence a subsequent grant to the district tc among the chaotic mass of indispon erect water works to supply Its Inhabitants EaMes brought from the homestead with water is not in violation ot the previoui tbe ink and the pen are not forthcom- Â¬ grant of the water power An npper owner has an unqualified right tc Even the landlady of the lodg- Â¬ ing drain his marsh and a neighboring proprietoi ings has admitted her poverty in this can not complain of deprivation of watei particular and as a last resource tbe which would otherwise come to his land etc Water taken from a pond before It could has been despatched through domestic reach the outlet never could be water flowing the rain to the nearest stationers aud ble to work in- Â¬ It would bo from the pond the has returned with a small bottle of teresting In short until water gets into a deuced to know how many which It has no ink and a pen and holder for who would water coursealong such relations with the ripa persons able bodied water course The line rian owners she has lahl out one penny scorn to do a days washing of demarkation ot the title Is at the point The letter is written and lies are now receiving help from charity where tbe water de facV leaves the great pond As the rain Onr British cjusins aw wiser in these acd enters the water course Till then It bo ready to be dispatched longs to the State afterwards to the riparian continues to fall we are driven for matters They rarely give money owners on the stream laek of occupation to consider and to but work by which tho applicant can Numerous other decisions are quoted orkictse the furniture and the vari Â¬ earn sufficient for her needs Charity ous shelly and sea weedy ornaments liko this docs not degrade the recip- Â¬ to show that no licensn by the State can be held to bo irrevocable or to But that adorn our sitting room ient withhold the State from exercising its Â¬ there is a limit to even satirical comChildren in whatever position in life ments on shabby furniture and as all should b taught to respect any work sovereignty should occasion arise So in this case tho ancient policy olse in the room has been metaphoric- Â¬ which they are called on to do No was to encourage mills but never at ally dragged to pieces the recent can properly direct the work the expense of the peoples thirst and purchase comes under notice A pen Â¬ mistress household if she docs not know cleanliness ny bottle of ink There can be noth- Â¬ of herto do horself There is no how The bill that was passed last year in ing remarkable in so commonplace an guarantee in it Scripture for any senti- Â¬ in the caso of the city of New Bedford article Have we not seen thorn in mental idea of womens work If the newsvending class of stationers women were not Intended as much as provided for the taking and using ol the waters of Little Quitticas pond shops heaped together in the corner man for work tho world would have without liability for other damages of the window or on a back shelf differently arranged Until wo than the State itself would bo liable to uninviting objects been ready to rough dingy are accept tho French phi Â¬ pay Why waste a moment of lime or a losophers viow that wo might im- Â¬ The city of Worcester is now defend passing thought over such merchan Â¬ prove on the present plan of tho uni- Â¬ ing a suit for diversion of water but dise But the rain keeps us within doors and affords an excuse in the verse we must tike things as they the testimony published is too meager virtuous woman Vatcth not to give an intelligible statement of the absence of other amusement for turn Â¬ arc The the bread of idleness but she seek case It is well that all who are intering to this humble pennyworth cth wool and flax and workcth with ested in water works become fully acI Whatever else it may be it can not V Y Tribune quainted with tho principles underlywith justice be classed as a dear purÂ¬ her hands ing such cases so clearly and ad Â¬ chase The shopkeeper presumably THE NATIONS COINS mirably stated in the ono before us made a profit on the sale the manu- Â¬ anilary Engineer facturer also benefited and most like-Â¬ Interesting Information for Numismat Â¬ ists and btudeuts of History ly there was a middleman who has The first coinage ol tho United not gone unrewarded It would ap FASHIONS FOR AUTUMN pear that our purchase of this small States Mint was in 1792 of half dimes bottle has assured a monetary profit tc coined from Washingtons plate Tho What Toadies Will Wear During the Halcyon Days of Indian Summer two If not three tradesmen When wt mint bogan its regular work In 1794 Loose sleeves of figured lace have aceme to think of it there must lx coining silver dollars and half dollars close fitting linings of plain Brussels many others who have shared in oui and in 1796 quarters and dimes These under parts The coinage of the three cent silver net or ribbons penny When examined in onler wt are scarcely visible but keep tho pufl find tbe bottle the ink black and piece began in 1851 and ended in 1873b in proper position 43000000 were coined fluid and exceedingly pleasant foi Although Braidings about a quarter of a yard writing a cork sealed with wax 1 these pieces are at a small premium deep across the fronts and sides oi printed lebei covering a slot in the some of them at a largo premium The regular issuo of tho trade dol Â¬ woolen skirts are still fashionable bottle in which rests a wooden pon The braid is also applied to breadths bolder containing a good steel nib lars began in 1873 and ended in 1877 Thus we have six articles each one Pattern pieces were coined in the four of kersey serge and other smooth-finishe- d goods from a different source brought to years following and are held by col-Â¬ Neglige gowns matinees and tea gether and retailed for one penny lectors at 150 and 175 each The twenty cent silver piece was gown are some of the names by which How can it be done for the money the wrapper is now known Matinee Perhaps if we examine still closer w coined from 1875 to 1878 The coinage of the copper cent and are made with a long loose jacket and may get some insight into the secret though to fathom it completely mus half cent began in 1793 and ended in a skirt of walking or demi train length 1857 Shell pink and absinthe green are necessarily be beyond us The coinage of the nickel cent began favorito colors for ljning dancing cos-Â¬ The glass of the bottle is of the cheapest quality It is evidently made in 1856 and continuod till 1864 that of tumes of pale smoke gray tulle gauze of cutlet or gray dotted bobhinet The effect oi a technical term foi the three cent nickel began in 1865 broken ttindows tumblers bottles of the five cent nickel 1866 this under color is very charming and The bronzo two cent piece was is emphasized by groups of ostrich and every description of fractured glass Among the curious trades that coined from 1864 to 1873 tips ribbons or flowers to match abound are collectors of broken glass The bronze cent has been coined The latest polonaises are fastened at who clear the duit yards and the since 1864 the left side and arc suitable alike foi builders yards and carefully select No dollars were coined from 1805 to house and street and keep apart the flint and plate 1835 In 1836 1000 were coined In Utility morning dresses are mado oi glass from the common window panes 1838 and 1839 some pattern pieces were printed flannels in fast colors and may These collectors supply the smal struck Tho general issuo was rebe washed and pressed on their under glass blowers and vans loaded with sumed in 1810 Only pattern pieces sides to look as good as new Only the this fragile freight may oftentimes be were struck in 1858 and none were upper parts and tho sleeves need bo seen journeying to the workshops coined from 1874 to 1877 while tho lined and undressed white cambric is where night and day the furnacei trade dollars were issued best for tho purpose Tho cotton fabric Llize and perspiring men blow th should be shrunk before being cut Half dollar were not minted In 1798 motel metal into the heated xnouldf 1799 and 18C0 Only pattern pieces To sb rink goods one docs not care to that shape the bottles The mould were struck in 1815 Only 450 were wrinkle suspend them smoothly over themselves have taxed a more than or struck in 1879 In fact only 450 pieces the steam of a bath tub or hang them dinary intelligence It needs a rare each of the dollars half dollars quar- Â¬ out smoothly where a heavy dew will mechanical mind to produce even a ters and dimes were struck in that fall upon them the sun and air will common bottle mould The pattern year and silver coins of that da to are dry them jaaker the iron founder and the me- rare and at a premium No quarters Pompidour satins that are damasse finishes the rough were coined from 1798 to 1803 from or printed are chosen for matinees or who chanic all have brough 1808 to 1814 in 1817 1826 1829 and tea gowns by autumnal brides Their castings tact and knowl 1830 Only pattern pieces were struck accessories are plain China silk crcpo their special odge to bear before a singlr In 1824 de Chine or Surah tho color of tho The mould bottle could be produced No dimes were struck in 1799 1806 ground Laces applied flatly or in reaches the glass house where alter 1808 1812 1813 1815 to 1819 and 182a ruffles or jabots are added to them iiate shifts of men arc constantly blow-Â¬ Only patterns were struck in 1824 partly for effect and partly because ing and annealing the bottles superÂ¬ No half dimes were coined in 1798 being inexpensive they may bo easily who with 1799 1804 1806 to 1828 The general replaced vised by foreman or master the previously mentioned makers ol issue began in 1795 Pattern pieces It is promised that plain black vel Â¬ the mould have all shared with the were coined in 1794 vet bodicss made up with court trains the profit manufacturer and retailer in No copper half cents were coinc d in over contrasting petticoats of white of our penny 179a 180L 1812 to 1824 1827 1830 moric brocade or other handsome ev Â¬ Next we take the ink Who shall 1837 to 1833 Oily pattern pieces were ening fabrics will again bo tho grand persons are directly and coined in 1813 1832 1840 to 1848 toll how many toilette of tho winter indireotlv concerned in this small 1852 Ribbon bretellcs two or three inches quantity of liquid Leaving on on The only interruption in the coinage broad terminating with a bow of tho the unspeakable Turks who have of tho minor coins was that In 1878 of same at the back and loops side and long stripped their oak trees of the gall the three cent nickel ends at the front are fashionable ad- Â¬ nuts of which all black inks worthy In 1878 only 1600 five cent and ditions to young girls simple the name arc made and on the othei three cent nickels were issued N Y dresses Sometimes tho ribbonsevening cross hand the hardy north countrymen World the breast and are pinned beneath the dwellers on the Tyne where the best bust under the arms tho long loops eoepporas is produced there are the Napoleons Knife and ends being arranged behind and drysalters dealers brokers Ganzo ribbons alternating with The following imperial implement is with their clerks porters and the strips of mull insertion or with laces there are thf owned by John G Wlttc of New York laborers dock The knifo was presented to the First make handsome front breadths for chemist who blends the chemical Sometimes Napoleon in tho city of Paris He white dancing dressos and tho ink boiler who have made the two ribbons in different textures or there arc tho men boys or girlf carried it in his traveling sachcl and colors ink are used gauze ribbon is who ponr it into these small bottles In the flight from Russia in 1812 it was set between two A broad laco edgings lost In the year 1814 it was sold at and in oilier ways prepare it for sale their straight sides being sewed under- Â¬ every one of whom has had a portior Rotterdam to a planter of tho island of neath Under tho oval edges of the Java It remained in his family when penny of our it was presented to me as a testimonial lace a satin or grosgrain ribhonis The cork is so small as almost tr sewed to display the pattern and in- Â¬ escape notice Workmen In Spain 01 of appreciation of some favors that I termingled loops 1 t and ends of the we Dane irorr had done The knife is a superb AtPeapack N J recently tinder Franco have stripped It weighs same ribbons arc arranged upon tho a grovo of apple trees the cork tree after ten years crowth specimen of the cutlers art casket JButler pound and the in white waist and draperies that wave their fruitful boughs above other brokers aud their satellites have nearly Ita reposes is quite as icJb Delineator which big as tho spot where stood the original sold it at public auction or by privat Zaclmrlah Smiths log house 200 years contract the skillful cutter has shapec those used for meerschaum pipes It contains besides four blades sixteen been it with his sharp knlle from Sheffield - instruments among them a small saw held A clergymens meeting has early ago some 3000 Smiths mot in reÂ¬ in Hclmsworth in favor of union It was n picnic on a big all these have found their re- s and interment in plain earth In tho sim- Â¬ scale and everybody apparently had button hook a gimlet a corkscrew ward in a portion of our penny an awL two lances ono for puncturing plest possible coffin instead of falsely a good time If tho cork was small what shall so called burial in cutting and and crowded said of the seal upon it In this mlnutr and the other forrim and bolster a pair graves simplicity vaults economy of tin and in Tho rabbits are eating out tho wax wo hare rosin from Amer it scissors The dab of place of ostentatious of solid gold The handle ica shellac from India a pigment X01 knife are adorned with tho imperial tian simplicity Instead display Chris Â¬ ranchers in Stoptoo Valley White Pine pearl of pagan and County Nov At night tlioy come in color and other ingredients knowr ire due reverence at tho burial of lho whole armies and devour the growing in the mystery of wax making arms in gold snrmounted by the only very poor Chicago ItUtr Octan crops These not forgetting the manlpu-- Napoleonic N J It is a wet and windy day In all time people have been divided into workers and dreamers practical people and theorists those who did tho work set before them and those advised how it had best bo done There is great danger at presents that theorists will take tho place of work- Â¬ ers There are many dangerous theories set afloat by a tide of labor coming from foreign lands O110 of the greatest dangers we are prone to is to regard practical matters in a sentimental light Thero is an immense amount of sentimental bosh prcachad and written Such matÂ¬ ters as these become of vital interest to housekeepers and mothers through- Â¬ out tho land when they find sentimental theories false and coming to their own households and threatening to bring confusion It has been open Â¬ and wretchedness ly preached that man alone should work Such doctrines have taught women laborers to look down upon each other in proportion to their use- Â¬ fulness and to do their work in an un Â¬ derhanded stealthy way as if it were something they should bo ashamed of There is no more dangerous enemy to true womanhood than such a false sentiment Work should be a glory not a shame and no work can be woll done unless the worker takes pride in it In many parts of the country it is impossible to get domestic service of any kind and tho little help there is is absorbed by the richer classes who are forced to pay exorbitant wages leaving tho wives of struggling pro- Â¬ fessional men and practical farmers without any servants The relation our over liberal chan- Â¬ ties bear to the help question ofifrrs food for thought The good people said tho sec- Â¬ of New York are mad retary of a prominent charitable asso- Â¬ ciation not long 12a I have been a charity worker for more than twenty years and I sincerely think it would bo better if all private charities were done away with We are teaching people to be professional paupers There is scarcely a church which does not keep a list of persons whom it helps supply with the means of living An intelligent mis ionary who had done church work for many years says that she had frequently found elaborate finery and expensive luxuries in fami Â¬ lies which she was directed to supply she added I believe with help that we should have a more thrifty community and plenty of workers if church charity was limited to children and aged people who are una The nishts or the People to Water for th Use of Towns and Cities This question is ono that is destined to becotuo increasingly prominent as tho population increases the country becomes more developed and tho available supply of water in times of scarcity becomes less and less This subject is presented under tho head of a Besourco for Cheap Water for tho People in the last publication of tho New England Water Works Associa- Â¬ tion It seems that in at least two States Massachusetts and Maine all natural bodies of water of over ten acres in area are legally styled Great Ponds and havo always been public property no private title approaching nearer than low water mark Tho Stato of Massachusetts has adopted tho principlo of giving this water free to municipalities requiring it Tho arÂ¬ gument by T M Stetson Esq sub- Â¬ mitted at the time of the application of Fall River for condemnation of the water of Watuppa Ponds is given in full in this paper It is based on two propositions L That the State owns the water in these Great Ponds and may well give from It to Its people without toll or payment 2 That any ancient licenses or privileges heretofore allowed to parties to use control and avail of the surplus waters after they pass Into the outlet stream the Quequechan or Pall river shall so tar as they legally may be revoked or prevented from standing now In tho way of the proposed gift from the State to its people a growing compost heap Permit no cruelly to domestic an Â¬ Kansas estimates that its annual poultry and ogg crop is worth 1500 000 The opponents of the application held that they had a prior right from continued use under a license given in 1826 but the argument states that tho Supremo Court of the United States had in three cases decided against tho irrevocability of such licenses The State had in 1847 consecrated the Great Ponds to tho public for ever and Justice Hoar upheld this in a writ ten opinion stating There is no ad- Â¬ judged caso in which any right in them adverse to the public has ever been This same opinion recognized quotes from several other opinions as follows Poor shelter bad care and feel will in a fow generations make scrub3 of tho finest blooded stock Have good stalls and warm quar- Â¬ ters ready for the fall colts if you wish them to grow fast during tho winter It is a mistake to supposo that sour fermented slop fur hogs is better than a fresh mixture that is sweet and clean Sunflower seed is often fed to poultry but if too much be given It will cause the feathers to fall off as it promotes early moulting Roots are excellent for sheep in winter and especially important with heavy grain feeding to keeping tho Indian- Â¬ digestive organs in full vigor apolis Sentinel We need says an exchange more grass and clover and less corn upon which to make our pork More grass and clover means cheaper growth and Christian at Work less disease The freshest eggs are tho heaviest and when placed in a pan of v ater will sink to the bottom at once Oldei eirjrs will sink partly while stale eggs will float on top Farm Field and Stockman When digging potatoos allow them to thoroughly dry boforo removing them to the storage bins If dried in the shade it will bo better than expos- Â¬ ing them to the direct rays of the sun A Canadian fancier says carrier pigeons intended for exhibitions should not bo flown after one year old as it somehow seems to keep the beak and eye wattlo from fully developing Farm Field and Stockman Finoly choppod clover hay mois- Â¬ tened with water that has been slight- Â¬ ly salted and sprinkled with corn meal makes an excellent food for old stock that can not well masticate hay It should be fed in connection with mixed gri und grain also with a small allowance of linseed meat SI Louis Republican It has been suggested that where drain tilo is used tho excess of water should be conducted to artificial ponds in order that it may bo used as drink ing water for stuck and for procuring ice in winter In this manner it is claimed there will not be so much water carried to the rivers to overflow them while the evaporation from the ponds will assist in providing more rain St Louis Republican The latct scheme to swindle the farmer Is being perpetrated under tho guise of a so called society to prevent A man invades the killing of bird the rural home- - talks glibly about tho good being done for tho farmer by the birds and ends by asking him to sijrn a pledge not to kill a binl in twelve months The pledges with a little manipulation turn up in tho way of a promissory note and makes trouble Sweet potatoes that are in tho least manner affected by rot will not keep and it is n waste of labor to at Â¬ tempt to keep thorn A tomperature ranging between sixty and seventy de-Â¬ grees is correct and only tho b 1st and smoothest potatoes should be stored If kept in a proper place where tho temperature is even throughout tho winter it is only necessary to put tho potatoes in flour barrels and keep them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- r LACBS AND TIMES OF HOLDING Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston COURT meets Saturday evening betore the lull moon in every month FBDRUARY MAY AUGUST AND MONTHS mand JAMES M tOEN W M NOVKMBBR Tho explanation ho gave for this J C Witt Secretary change was as follows Formerly the Richmond District No 1 D P Armer Waco Lodge No 33S at Waco meets at Court House 3rd Wednesday Win fat chop was put into the frying pan VUllis it Court House 1st Saturday with potatoes and both were fried to- Â¬ 4th Saturday in eery month D G MARTIN W M Lman Parrish Cons able gether Lately however the artisan W T Fielder Secretary Fotow n District No 2 G B Million population had become much better off and took their fat in buttor and more D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond John Buffalo school house costly forms than mutton suet It is Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Kanatzar in S Chenault Constable 4th Saturday J HILL W M JOHN from somewhat similar causes that tho month Union District No 3 Albertis Parks John G Taylor Secretary domand not only for pork and bacon at Union City 1st Saturday John A but also for beef and mutton in which Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox Turpin at Vo lest iile 2nd Saturday R fat and lean arc more cvonly distrib Â¬ town meets ni Saturday in eery month N Lanter Constable It is uted has of late years arisen Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton SAMrUKU ULUUAM W Al not by any means tho case that the de-Â¬ at Waco 2nd Saturday Jacou H Shearer Secretary John W Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles mands of the population for fatty sub- Â¬ Uerea LoJge No 617 at Beiet meets Oldham Constable stances have in any way decreased Saturday Wat M ADAMS W M Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at but simply that thoy can obtain their 1st C Davis Secretary J Kingston 4th Saturday Leeland D supplies in other and more palat ible Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday The agricultural laborer in I 0 0 F forms George Young Constable my time if he ate any meat at all with Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F M Wood Glade District No 6 his bread it was the fattest bacon he meets every Monday night at Odd Fellow s at Berea 3rd Saturday James G Gal Â¬ John Main Street could obtain and he rarely consumed Hallon loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday M 13 ARBUCKLE N G any other form of fat But this is all R G Ballard Constable LJ Fkazee Secretary Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton changed now as he prefers moat with at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander less fat and takes his supply of fat ic Boone Encampment N040 meets every Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M more palatable forms first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Fow ler Constable Thero can be no doubt that buttorine Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky Poosey District No 8 J N Hendren W L FARLEY C P and the various forms of artificial but- Â¬ at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A L J Frazbe Scribe contributed largoly to this ter have Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday Tho farmers altered state of tilings Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No S D Carpenter Constable in this country arc not altogether 3 meets second Thursday in each month Million District No 9 J M Long at blameless in having brought about this at Odd Fellow h Hall Stapps Store 3rdjluesday A II New b at HolmansJStore 3rd Saturday R A BARLOW Captainn unfortunate state of affairs as the L J Frazee Clerk James A Harvey Constable quality of the buttor supplied to our large towns was far from being as good KNIGHTS OP HONOR as it ourht to be and the consumer Amity Lodge Jo 515 K of H meets appears to prefc r a tasteless fat which everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Hall at 7 oclock is supposed to be butter but it is not W B BENNY Dictator to real butter which has more or less a James Tevis Reporter rank smell or taste Tho more recent advice which the CHURCH DIRECTORY farmer has received to meet the altered Â¬ condition of the pig industry is to conBAPTIST vert tho lard into buttorine and so Cane Spring Calvinist it t Saturday compete with the foreigner in his own trade How far such a courso wo tad and Suruiaj Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru pard be permitted or if permitted would bo Drowning Creek Saturday and successful I can not pretend to say Sunday Pator Rev 3rd L Lawson T To produce so many pounds of lncrcaso Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding in a pig by the cheapest forms of food Saturday Pastor Ekl A J Tnbblc which can be purchased is no longer Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday the main objoct Pastor T L Lawson produce pork in which tho fat al- Â¬ lo Kirksville Brick Church Saturday ternates with tho lean in regular layers and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James requires a different combination of Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday THE NEWSIEST foods For laying on fat alone proba Â¬ and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor MOST FEABLESS Rev bly no food is better than Indian corn MOST POPTJLAB Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and the other process a more nitro- Â¬ but for jundays Sunday school 9 A M each genous diet is necessary and probably ABLEST EDITED skim milk with pea meal and rice or Sabbath Prav er meeting Thursday night Newspaper In America Pastor Rev barley would furnish tho desirable in- Â¬ Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd gredients Saturday and Sunday and Sunday For inside information oi echeraes public Many years ago whon wo were ex Â¬ Pastor Rev E 11 Burnam 4th corporate private or other kind you will bo perimenting on pigs we noticed that to read Siler Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday oMIgod politicalTIIE EXQUIREIt dry Indianapolis Journal tho more nitrogenous foods produced a As to and social intelligence Two new fodder plants havo been pig which grew more and the flesh of Pastor Rev B S Hunting Union ist Saturday and following Sun Â¬ discovered in Finney Ciunty Kas which was in larger proportion to the AKD FACTS day Pastor Rev John G Pond Ono is called tho branching dourra One is sadly ignorant who fails to consult that fat than was the caso with pigs fed Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday greatest of all newspapers and is much the same in appcaranco with foods containing less nitrogen but as the rice corn with which nio3t we did not follow this subject further Pastor Rev J A James SunWaco United Kansas farmers are ftmiliar Tho as the taste of the day ran in tho direc- Â¬ day Pastor Rev 2nd Saturday and is the teosint gra s other but looks tion of very fat pork There can be no Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ For a lire newspaper that allows nothing to more like corn than grass It eomos doubt that the tendency to put on fat vices 3rd Saturday and lollowing Sunday escape its knowledge suppresses nothing of Im from a small seed no bigger than a in masses and without admixture of in each month at 1 oclock A M and portance for a Dribo or obligation applies no turnip seed It is stated that the stalks lean has been developed in some breeds also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor sngar coated excuse for evil deeds or their au- Â¬ Elder M Campbell or leaves from a singlo seed of it of pigs so thors calls mistakes by their proper names that give them what food furnNh feed enough for two cows or CATHOLIC you please they will continue to fatten NONE EQUAL THE ENQUIRER oxen for twenty -- four hours Richmond Services ist and 3rd Sun It is important therefore to select pigs Comprised in its columns aro complete Mar Pastor Rev Father let Reports Telegraphic News from all over the days 10 A M which retain some of their old charac- Â¬ IMPURITIES IJi WATER Haley world Excellent Feature Articles Miscellaneous teristics and by tho use of suitablo DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Food for the Intelligent Brain Moral Instruc Â¬ A Simple and Convenient Test for Their I food I haVO no doubt that any OUQ can Immediate Discovery Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding tion Terse Criticisms and Sparkling Wit produce the pork of the day on which Tho policy of the Enqciexk is to serre tho Saturday Pastor Elder J C Waklen lho various impurities which arc the consumers have set their hearts whole country and tho people impartially to 5th Sunday PastorEld J W Harding found in drinking water may bo di Â¬ N Y Herald about genuine and lasting reforms beneÂ¬ Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ bring to vided into three classes ficial all to freely speak tho truth and giro day Pastor Eider Colier L Mineral substances such as fino PROPER CARE OF TOOLS Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding facts to expose corruption wherever found clay aud sand which may produce How Thousands of Dollars Are Wasted Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew and to render ail possible assistance la the diarrhoea by their mechanical action detection and punishment of vice by Careless Farmers Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sunday s and Subscribe for it for 1837 the satis Â¬ upon the intestines compounds of Farmers lose thousands of dollars ev-Â¬ preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 faction ot being a reader ofand enjoynewspaper the best lime and magnesia which constitute ery year by tho careless neglect of their A M Pastor Elder B C Hagennan la the world hard water and are not especially tools There is one farm in sight o Mt Zion 1st ami 3rd Sundays and injurious the the sals of lead which me that has 1200 or S1500 worth of Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor may produce lead palsy and lead colic machinery lying around the barn yard Elder L II Renolds THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER and tho various substances which and much of it is out of repair besides Richmond Serices every Sunday at abound in the different minora waters being badly eaten by rust This lot it A M and 730 P M Sunday school Js the Family Paper for tho country home It many of which are extensively used embraces every thing from a reaper at 930 A M Prayer meeting Wednes- Â¬ gives the general news of the whole world up to day evenings Pastor Prof W D the day of publication contains a mass of choke for medicinal purposes down to a garden hoe On this same McClintock 715 reading matter deals in Art literature and 2 Decaying organic mater in solu- Â¬ fatm stand two large empty barns Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ Science and its Market Reports AgriculturalÂ¬ tion or minute particles derived from besides various sheds Department and Household page can not be sur I know from dead leaves and wood rotten experience that it is a task to clean up day Pastor passed It is the largest acd cheapest paper in White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor Union and is conceded by every body to be the Â¬ fruit and vegetables decaying car- and oil so many tools yet I find it pays Elder L H Reynolds best weekly paper published casses putrid meat kitchon garbage in tho long run My neighbors say I EPISCOPAL and animal excrement These produce have enough of farm implements on Richmond Protestant Services every WEEKLY EXQUIItEB irritation of tho whole alimentary my 20 acro gardon place to stock 100 Sunday at u A M and at S P M One Yeab SI 13 Six Months 65c tract lessening vitality producing acres during the summer rnonths Friday at 8 A Free Copy for Clubs of Five certain low forms of fever diarrhea a 1 P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard My tools consist of horse hoes hand and other diseases and so weakening METHODIST DAILY EXQUlltEK the entire system as to leave it a ready hoes horse and hand drills steel plows College Hill and harrows besides many other im- Â¬ Centenary M E lMo3Mos6Mos lYr ist prey to disacascof whatover nature SI 50 3 75 7 00 tit CO and Dally plements used in gardening and all Sunday morning and 4th bunday morn- Sundayex Sunday 8 Minute living organisms 123 3 25 6 00 12CO such ing and night Prayer meeting every al Dailythree days 65 these I keep cleaned and free froTt Any 6 00 175 3 23 as lho ova of tape worms trichinte 45 ternate Wednesday night Sunday school Any two days 1 25 2 25 4 00 25 1 25 65 2 00 Anyoneday and other cntozoa hydatids and other rust I have my plows brought in eve y every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Sunday Issue 1 25 25 65 2 CO animalculaj which when taken into night and rubbed off dry and set in tiie Gnder the human system give riso to cer- Â¬ barn out of thedewordamonesj Any M E South 2nd SunCollege Hill Address 33r3CXTXlZ3Iri tain grave disorders and moro to bo plow or tool not in constant use in the day morning and night Praj er meeting CEf CEfNATI OHIO ground I keep oiled with common box every alternate Wednesday night SunÂ¬ dreaded than all the rest the innumer axle grease In spring as soon as I I day school every Sunday morning Pas- able multitudes of bacteria or ererros JOnN R McLEAN tor Rev D P Ware of disease different members of which get through with a stirring plow 1 Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Pecples Publisher and Proprietor greaso it and put it away in a dry produce typhoid diphtheria and Providence ist and 3d Sunday morn- Â¬ place for tho fall plowing Then when malarial fevers dysentery cholera ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson and other deally diseases These tho fall work is over tho tools arc Richmond South Sunday school germs abound in filthy water and greased and put away for spring So 930 T J Scott Superintendent Services I treat every tool as fast as I got every 2nJ and 4th bunday mornings at when taken into systems already do sand-papIs beating them all making the best 11 A M and every Sunday night at 7 P bilitatcd by filth they find a fertilo through with it I uso coarse grade of to clean off all rust if there is anj M Pastor Rev J A Henderson Â¬ soil and favorable conditions for vigorbefore greasing The axle grease dur- Â¬ PRESBYTERIAN ous growth and rapid multiplication Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5U1 Such being the dangers liable to fol- Â¬ ing winter will dry and harden on the low tho drinking of impure water it tools and it will bo some troublo to Sundays clean it off in spring For this purpose Formans Chapel 4II1 Sunday becomes tho duty of property owners Kirksville 1st on tho one hand to provide an abun Â¬ I use a mixture of turpentine and coal RevWm Crow and 3rd Sunda s Pastor oil rub well with this and let tho Â¬ dant supply of pure water with propRichmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ er drainage and every facility for plow stand over night and a few day 11 A M and 7f P M Prayer HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND maintaining its purity and of all ten Â¬ furrows will scour it off clean meeting every Wednesday night Pastor ALSO and if there should be any rust spots Rev H Glass ants and boarders on the other hand Richmond North Services 11 A M imperatively to demand that these they can soon be removed with coarse sand paper I would like to see every and 3 P M Pastor cssontials to good health be provided Silver Creek Chapel ist and 3rd Sun- Â¬ and to rrfuso to endanger their lives farmer who will make a team pull a days Pays highest calt jirite for rusty plow have to plow one day with by putting up with tho lack of them Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 103d A A simplo and convenient test for or-Â¬ one of his hand plows all rusted and M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M ganic impurities in water consists in when it has been cleaned let him try it Pastor Rev L H Blanton D D the use of a saturated Sblution of per- Â¬ awhile I think this would break him manganate of potassium sometimes of using rnsty plows It did me It is MADISDX COUNTY DIRECTORY june known as Condys fluid A few drops tho same with hoes in fact tnerc is no of this In a glass of water produces a tool fit to work with when it is all eaten CIRCUIT COURT beautiful purple roo color which if up with rust There is not only the Judge J R Morton organic matter is present in apprecia Â¬ great saviDg in lahor in keeping tools Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons ble quantity will give place in an clean but a great saving in expense ton Master Commissioner J R Burnam hour to a dirty reddish brown color for a- - tool taken care of will last for HOD Clerk W H Miller in which case the water is unfit for uso jears while if left to lie around all COMMON rLEAS COURT for drinking purposes but if t10 color over the farm where last used repairs FOUS11E13 MELTON remains unchanged the water is free will have to be made or new ones CO JudgeT J Scott Proprietors from dangerous organic impurities must bo bought every spring F S Master Commissioner S E Scott White in Rural New Yorker CongrcgalionalisL Clerk W H Miller 16 Market Street - Lexington Ky FASHION IN POrtA X Ciilm That Streaky Instead ot rat Steals are in General Demand An English correspondent writes It is rather hard upon our agriculturists who havo for a long period used cvory effort to produce out of a long cared long legged hairy greyhound specios of animal a pig resembling a ball of hairless fat to bo told that thi3 animal docs not suit the wants of their cus- Â¬ tomers and that they must produce an animal which has a great deal more lean meat mixed with its fat There can bo no doubt whatever that the tasto of tho day has changed and it will bo interesting to inquire into the circumstancos which have brought about this change in tho requirements of tho population Many years ago when I was staying with the late Sir Henry Thompson in Yorkshire ho told me that tho tnste of the manufacturing population in his district was changing very much There was a time when the great de Â¬ mand was for very fat cotswold mut- Â¬ ton but recently tho Down mutton with more lean and less fat was in de- Â¬ LOCAL DIRECTORY LlibaTTuKBCTuHYr MASOVIC nm TIME OFvlIOlniNG CITY COURT First Saturday in every month COUNTY OFFICERS Richmond LoJire No ith TuestUr in each month J SPEED SMITH W M B J Newlojc Secretary 2c meets 2nd Richmond R A Chapter No meets 3rd Tucsdav in each month D P 16 Armer Secretary WF FRANCIS H P Million County Judge J C Chenaut County Clerk Thomas Thorpe County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B Deatherage Jailor George V Maupin Coroner Alexander Norri Surveyor B F Crooke Assessor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda CITY OFrlCBRS Is ILL BUJXBEK AND Is prepared to do all kinds of E GOF TFB BUILDING ACTOR RICHMOND COMMANDBRY XO 10 Regular meeting first Tuesday in each month Visiting Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander D P Armbr Recorder Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirks ville meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month T E SHANKS W M y M Smith Secretary City Judge H C Rice Cily Attorney A J Reed City Collector R A Barlow City Clerk Wm G White AND CONTRACT AVOIiK AT THE MOST J CITY TOLICE D Feency and J A Mershon CITY COUNCIL Reasonable ami in tke best manner Hates lie is a Â¬ J D Mitchell Mayor First Ward J Stone Walker Second Ward G W Evans Third Ward Owen McKec Fourth Ward J W Cnperton JUSTICBS OF THE PEACECONSTAnLESAND fa thoroughly educated Carpenter and builder and those contemplating building will do well to secure an estimate irom him Office at his residence on Hailie Irvine Street Jttlj22 tf I 0 -- IffllEIMI DKAIKR IS FJNK- - Whiskies Brandies Wines J J c First Street RichmondKy june 22 Cigars tr 0 tMtfatl 0 pfeJ5J5B lag w B CINCINNATI Mmmn uslang Linimenl Sciatka Lsslwg BawrTnaHm CT7HES Cactrac Swatcha Spzsiaa Strains Stitche Stiff Jefcita Baekataa Balls 1 OB 18S Sal4j Stiags Bite Boras Irrr- E i sv -- DAILY and WEEKLY TVr Z - BrucK Enaioai Ceras teas zf ZeiZ P Spaia CrasTa THIS GOOD OLD ST aeeopUtopforTr7baIjrci ct j v forit OBoteTuasoasfj7tierrct tae MmfiMt Untmcnt tt C - tojatlUi ivr applicability inxyboij mr UsuOi 1 The llewitcwile zmCx it forp ncralf vil TieCaWreeiirbstc oa Iii The MechaBJc xola It LaariM rHMB neeJs II neaseor-ci-i-Th- o alj TRUTH The Farmer Med it la hU hstke aad Us Mock 73rd It Is HbetalMPplj friend aad safest ldlusee TheMlHredltlsof mws ThoIloBgernawbtt tmntfat lmn The nTOe L The SteambaatmaiiM theBaatiKar feelcr 3otxl ashore mtctU It St t fa 1 The bteei arower eeJ thousands of dollars and a Tbe Â¬ 1 rl lEtsaJ hs as his life U a mud of aeiJstt Zh r The HackCTMJMSuia RallrlmaaBceUend tua wU of tr It win i lag like it as antidote for thu u lijnb and comfort hicarrouri The aiercbaat needs Isabel his re Â¬ als employs s Accidents will wan- tesee eosne the Mwaing Uatsadi jttti 1 i -- Keep a Battle la tswliaaae t- eeonossT KeepnBoUlefa theTa fcrr I - icJ I ose la ease of w hisit wtws Keep n Settle Alsrcyaln Ik use whes -- irsl junei Jti DOUGLAS ifinaHB3r ArWHaf Â¬ vj JT2JISSBTBTfssnfla3s7 J Â¬ Â¬ Tiie Is lvJ 5 prepared villi the test to supply his enstcme BiitciierJ IS BARLOW er AT THE LOWESTPKK jll t- smd SSisttoaA 1 Sausage - m I lmve ew Bar jwst opened nn First Street Fine Msal and Coal WHEAT BLUE GRASS W ISKIES BRANDIES CIGARS ETCH on H P just e LIGHlllG Constantly Hari lilt t CALI AND SEE ME Jolm IKcEenxiai a fifty-year-o- ld COURT We have heard Hiram Smith say First Monday in January ist Monday often remarks Hoards Dairyman that in June and 3rd Monday in October in undertaking to make a tirst clas3 TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT butter maker he had rather a hundred Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ times over take a young man or wo Â¬ man who never saw a pound of butter ber than some farmer or his wife who had TIME OF HOLDIXG OJJARTERLY AND COUNTY COURT made butter all th ir livc3 in tlioir Quarterly Court fourth Monday in own way January April Jnly and the 2nd Monday Tho temperature 1000 feet in De in October lanoys Civc Fayelto County Pa County Court of Claims 2nd Monday was 46 dei Tccs while ontsiUeattho in July samotimc it was DO anil lite water from j County Court first Mondayin each month a spring in 111c cave was at 43 uogtees the coldest spring water in the country TIME OF HOLDING it p COMMON PLEAS -- UHALHnS Lightning Rods Iron Fencing Cresting etc etc NONE BUT 5 to r 8 nnmidMoinl SjUilHllCIUiai UUIItJKC LEXINGTON CAeoBtatBest Sunsss College in Ol -- r - jJT1 n nnn Urasttos at ivfEr TTin tillE BEST MATERIAL USED ALL WORK GUARANTEED Estimates furnished on uppllcutloii CV ITfebMtHraor m Cola Mtdsl rw n Bullae ft Oonrstotfoetaff VLm I Central J9YaJZZuBw tia trs sl -- JAS WILKERSOVAgeat tjDH 1 - i - - 1 - - r n JJW rrj iirfti f rrurm- a ir i- t e w- aes iSnaiCLi nawM--- r 1 Vv- -- - r 3fev i f r v - r- - - SnUuuttnaWIa auKAaitarm - uue22tr tbs TelesTrsssyiKS 3lL9 SrktuM Qart law w a - - - - r im f j - -- lwwpWg 1gii0iiMpQmmce rtijtimggf -m irsiaCsiBliliBlTOlffl LS rffiffililfflfflB