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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir 5T TOLTJME rUDLISHED -- fc 1 1 ft I00F GRAND LODGE Â¬ M 1 i - I I OPINIONS OP OTHER EDITORS TBKY HAD EETTEK GET OUT RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOEMBEK 9 188T Iroy Press successfully led public sentiment Duchess DAnxys infant was as to nominate the brilliant and christened Sunday morning in the capable John R Fellows for Dis- church of St Vincent de Paul in trict Attorney when the rabble New York The godfathers wero headed by the World that had for Secretary Lamar and United weeks been intimidating both Stales Marshal McMahone Mrs judge and jury demanded die se- Lamar was the godmother The lection of young Nicoll If the Duchess DAnxy is a neice of World lfad not been for him the Secretary Lamar latter would have been nominated as he is capable and popular but Married at 8 oclock a on the friendship of the World was the 27th day of October at the fatal the people believing that no residence of the brides father in paper should assume the roll of the vicinity of Beattyville Hon Â¬ NUMBER 21 THE CLIMAX EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THl Climax PmNTim Co PRICE PER YEAR FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J 150 editors The Republicans laughed a good deal about what they were going to do at the Baltimore election They did so little hat it is obvious that if they cant do something ejse better than carry elections they ought to go out of Â¬ At the annual meeting of the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge last week the following officers were elected Arthur J Reed of Richmond Grand Master ThomasJF Rogers Mount Sterling Deputy Grand Master Wm H Cox Muysvillo Graud Warden Wm White Louisville Grand Sec AHT1E HP UHlUftfcN mb dnl llPf1 10 AT Cholera Cure THE TIME TO GO TO George W Morris Louisville Grand Treasurer Imperial Dictator especially John E Abraham of Henry coun- Â¬ John P Ihlsler Maysville Grand where any American citizen is ty and Miss California McGuire Representative According to the theory of Dr thereby liable to be deprived of youngest daughter of Hon John tSTOFFICE Main street two doors Graud Master Reed appointed the june22 tf alx ve Second Verneuil a member ot the French the rights guaranteed him by the G McGuire of Lee county Rev following officers Academy of Sciences tetanus C H Lockwood of the Episcopal Wm B White Richmond Grand C MORGAN D D S popularly known as lock jaw is a Constitution church officiating Marsha contagious disease caused by mi- Â¬ Rev X Hall Louisville Grand A FOOLISH FISCAL ESCAPADE CS OFFKE Main Rtreet over Madi Â¬ crobe Prof Nocard of the Al Gray is the color of fully half Chaplain son National Bank Richmond Ky Courier Journal fort Veterinary School has demon- Â¬ of the French dresses imported this J M Ezell Paducab Grand Con Â¬ june 22 tf Six national banks of New York season and it is invariably com- Â¬ strated the transmissibility of the ductor disease by innoculation and also are getting free of interest 6600 bined with white M POYNTZ DR Many of them J B Harvey Mudlsonvllle Grand by contagion from- - the horse to 000 of the peoples dearly won are plaid a gray ground with Guaidiau AND SURGEON man PHYSICIAN tax money from the Treasury at large diamond plaids of fine white George G Hoever Florence Grand Washington They probably put lines Much of the gray is trim- Â¬ Herald OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ june22f son Couniy Drug Store up 4 per cent governments med with silver and many walk The Graud Encampment officers TRUE LABOR CANDIDATES against this on which they draw ing jackets are of smooth faced elected were EVANS M D G Albany Evening Union 264000 interest per annum heavy dove colored cloth thickly Thomas A Davl9 Maysville Grand AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN Frederick Cook and Lawrence while on deposit and including braided with round silver braid Patriarch OtKICE Hccond street over D P Fitzgerald candidates George W Waiuscott Lexington Sec- Â¬ the reserve which is bcome a mat- Â¬ june2tf retary ot State and Statelor Anuers jewelry tore Treas- Â¬ ter of option the 6600000 free Chas Bareford a traveling Grand High Priest urer on the Democratic State loan of the Treasury at 7 per salesman from Louisville suffered J Frank Grant Petersburg Grand TAYLOR DR ticket respectively pay out an- Â¬ cent pays 462000 on top of the himself to be put off the train be- Â¬ Senior Warden Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery nually in wages over 1000000 to legitimate interest of 264000 tween Lexington and Winchester a James T Wilson Harrodsburg RICHMOND KY laboring men in their employ to which alone they acquired title few nights ago because of refusing Graud Junior Warden OFFICE Second slreetover Dyke Win White LouIstIUc Grand Might we be permitted to ask by the Government when they to pay 10 cents additional fare on june22t Grocer Store what Colonel Grant Henry issued the 4s Here is 726000 account of not having purchased Scribe Geo W Morris Louisville Graud DR JOHN M George and Carmichael are doing of interest on 7560000 or 96 a ticket and will now bring suit per cent investment conferred for damages and will make a Treasurer in that line MAIN STREET Thomas J Atkins Paducah Grand where a 31 per cent interest is general test case of that matter Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs The talk of the inter- Â¬ for the Slate It will be watched Representative paid for jme22tf N Steinberg Louisville Graud Mar- Â¬ TYPHOID FEVER ested defenders of this stunning with much interest Kentucky shal Hqutrer Â¬ finance about the gradual disap- Gazette DR Tipton Lexington Graud Charles All ferers in protracted cases pearance of the bond premium OftVrs Ilia inwftoiiHl services to the Herald may assume typhoid symptoms being a proper and necessary offpublC Gas was struck at New Hope Office same as Bennetts law office but the real typhoid fever is a set in collecting the profit of the in the well of the Falls Citv nat YALE FELLOWS WELL MET upstairs owr Herndons drug store It is rarely deal is the boshiest of the boshy ural Gas Company There is e rner of Mam and Second s trerts thing apart from this very rarely seen without the ac- The fact is the scheme is rapidly about forty pounds pressure jd27 ly Ri liiuond Ivy The companiments of distended and increasing the premium having Drillins will be continued how Alumni annual meeting of the YaleÂ¬ of DR U- - C AMBROSE tympanitic bowels and the charac- Â¬ added 2 per cent to the value of ever and deeper gas is expected ing section Kentuckyat and the adjoin was held the Pemleuuis teristic eruption upon the upper the iixed investment in two weeks at two other levels This com- Â¬ Club Louisville one night last week FORD KY part of the bowels These features It is also as plain as a church pany does not intend to boom its and was one of the jollies gatherings Oftice hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af are not always present but they sleeple that if the system be al- Â¬ stock resting assured that they ever assembled there Fourteen ultimui ternoon Boards at Mr J C LrtCltey are so generally so as to be called lowed by Congress to continue will soon have a gusher Tins is were present and registered Casius jiiie22tf distinctive Much malaria fever and if ten years be taken from the authentic coming as it does from M Clay Jr clas of 66 John Maon is just now being improperly di Â¬ life of the bond by that lapse of T P Benjamin the President of Brown claw of 56 AY T SEXSMITH MD J Stoddard John Â¬ time such a preposterous interest the company PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON agnosed as typhoid ston class of 53 Hon Curtis F Bur on such a perfect security would nam class of 40 Charles T Ballard WHITE HALL KY The erection of a temporary class of 78 W R Belknap class of leave the premium as high as it A VETERANS OMSI0N Offers his professional services to the building capable of seating 5000 69 Maurice B Belknap clas3 of 77 is now in 1S97 or higher g 7 Ivr public Boston Jlerakl persons has been agreed upon R P Halieck class of 81 George W Allen G Thurman says a cor- Â¬ for the Moody meetings in this Norton Jr class of 85 mid William NEWS PARAGRAPHS DR J FAIN dial word for the President in the city The building will be locat Jarvis class of 85 UNION CITY KY Ohio campagn This testimony A heroic statue of Lincoln has ed on the vacant lot belonging to At 8 oclock after the members had Offers his professional services to as coming from one whose age been erected in Lincoln Park the Southern Baptist Theological speut some time in social intercourse the public Seminary on Broadway below reviewing the more vivid remlnisences Aug 17 tf places him beyond ambition and Chicago Office at Joe Gentrys who has not received perhaps Fourth avenue and it is supposed of their boyhood days at old Yale din- Â¬ Hardin W Bright A M H D the favors that he might have ex- Â¬ Jake Satterly was run over by will be ready for occupancy by ner was announced In one of the pected at the hands of Mr Cleve- Â¬ a wagon and killed in Fayette January 1 18S8 which date Mr large parlors on the second floor which PHYSICIAN and SURGEON land is of more than ordinary county Saturday Moody is expected The series of had been transposed into a banquet RICHMOND KY value Had the President call- Â¬ meetings will continue for one hall an elegant service was fret The One hundred men went to work menu was ample and comprised blue OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ ed Mr Thurman to his Cabinet on the L C V R R in Estill month Courier Journal son County Drug Store points consomme a la royal fillet de instead of Senator Garland he county last week I want it distinctly understood that I would have made that body a General Grants youngest son polsson blanc Belle de Venaison roll am the only one in Richmond that un Â¬ Greasy food tough food sloppy Jesse R Grant has started to with sauce vin de port Caille ruti aud Perhaps he sees it derstands the lliorough use of the stronger one food bad cookery mental worry California to look after certain Fromage de Brie while pleasantly in Â¬ Microscope and Chemistry as applied now hiuibelf to examinations of tisiied and fluid late hours irregular habits and mining properties in which he has terspersed were such seductive bever- Â¬ of the human body I ouly mention become interested through Julius ages as Haut Sauterue Amontillado this for honest protection My signa- Â¬ 3IRS CLEVELAND GROWING ROTUND many other things which ought not Lezynsky Mr Lezynsky is a Vin de Graves St Julienne Del becks to be have made the American ture will be attached to each examina Â¬ Boston Travelers Washington Letter 28mchly Pole who has made money in Viu Brut and old cognac tion people a nation of dyspeptics After a hearty consideration of the By the way a little horseback Pacific coast speculations He menu Col John Mason Brown Presi Â¬ exercise would do Mrs Cleveland Rev James McTighe a Ro- Â¬ accompanies Mr Grant on his PARRISH of the Alumni that no harm It is rather a hateful man Catholic priest recently elect- Â¬ Western trip Within the last denttoasts were in orderannouueed him Â¬ Attorneys At Law aud he thing to say but I am going to ed principal of a public school at half year Messrs Lezynsky and the RICHMOND KY tell the truth at all events Mrs Pittsburg has resigned the posi- Â¬ Grant have bought out five Cal- Â¬ self answered the sentiment Our Kpei-i-i- l attention siren to abstracting Cleveland is growing fat She is tion and ordered the Catholic ifornia gold mines and placed Alumni Association Col Brown when he had concluded titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky no longer the willow girlish children to return to the parochial them on the market in some shape introduced Hon Curtis FBurnam the Office in Cmmax building S E White House bride but a solid schools or other New York World up C rner Main and Second Streets oldest gradaate from the class of MO junc22tf 170 pounder of the settled married stairs to The A Party of Russians who are In the latter part of August a who respondedof Yalethe toast Burnam woman type The gushers who Mr Achievements spout about the Presidents school- making excavations at Jerusalem dog belonging to Mit Embry bit said that he was totally unprepared to BURN AM girl wife will have to revise their have discovered a portion of the a hog at Make Retherfords His fulfill the duty assigued him nud beg opinions if they are desirous of ancient town wall and the posi- Â¬ little son Hugh went to drive him ged to be allowed to name a few grad Â¬ RICHMOND KENTUCKY stating the truth The change in tion of the alleged gale through off and he was also bitten The uates ot the old school who stood best Mrs Clevelands figure has added which the Savior passed on his dog supposed to be mad was themselves as examples of Yules A R Hur OFFICE with C F nam on First Street killed jnn22M About two weeks ago the achievements He cited incidents of to her beauty and she never look Â¬ way to Golgotha hog after showing every sign of the llvej of Hon Samuel J Tildeu S ed as well in her life as she does The Woodford Hunting Club A SULLIVAN to dav passed down the Southern road hydrophobia died and Saturday F B Morse Lyman Beecher Hon Saturday bound for Tennessee to night the boy also died after ter Thomas Marshall and concluded by hunt deer There were sixteen rible suffering from the same hor- Â¬ describing his first day Yule when he A LOOK OP DECENCY RICHMOND KENTUCKY gentlemen in the party and they rible affliction The corpse was was introduced to the faculty by Chief Bnqntrer Â¬ OFFICE m First street same ns went wen eqmnea ana accom a most unnatural one in appear Justice Waite who was theu a fresh formerly occupied by County Judge ance In 1S72 one Horace Greely panied by their valets twenty lour hours after man and who took a lively interest iu octC ly Miller candidate for the Presidency of death what looked like perspira- Â¬ his welfare while aUchool The Danville Deaf Mute gives tion poured from every pore and The toasts Education aud Success the United States and who in SCOTT Dinners and his capacity as journalist Sneak there were other strange features by Mr W R Belknap had this gentle warning Dinners Hou J Stoddard Johnston probably written more bitterly thieves raided ourgarlen and car-Â¬ connected with it Interier-Jotir-nWhat Educated Men Owe the Com Â¬ about the South than any other ried off about three hunderd head RICHMOND KY munity Prof R P Halieck aud of cabbages Somebody is going of our distinguished men passed Office on Second Street June 22 tf Youug Yale by Mr Wiliium Jarvis The Presbytery of Bloomington down toward the Gulf delivering to cross the Jordon pretty soon if C7S has a small sized elephant on its were all happily responded to nud in a series of speeches in behalf of this thing is kept up much longer lie itittrim between eacii response se Â¬ his own cause Everywhere he We understand that Messrs H hands There is a church at Sid- Â¬Â¬ lections from the Yale Glee Songs ney Illinois encomposed was received with great courtesy C Kauffman and W H Kinnaird aud enthusiasm were giveu RICHMOND KY and listened to attentively and Jr of Lancaster and John and tirely of women They raised the sledom been with a vim au alumni gath Â¬ outside of Office ou Second Street jane 22 tf with respect That was at a Malcolm Weisiger of this place money to build a neat little chap 5k period when the war was still on their recent visit to the West el and dedicated it free from debt ering AT prevalent Now a quarter of a invested about twelve thousand But there were no male memGOOD ENOUGH FOR T11E PRICE century has intervened But dollars in Kansas City lots Dan- Â¬ bers to hold the offices and so no officers have been chosen A when Southern speakers come to ville Advocate Will practice in Madison and adjoining Omaha Herald committee recently appointed by us they seem to be blackguarded counties anu In tlie Court or Appeal i Counterfeit postal cards have the Presbytery is now endeavorTenant Say theres a million rats by a partisan press Is it that there Office in Master Commissioners office over Circuit ClerkB office is no decency north of Mason and been discovered at Pittsburg Pa ing to complete the organization in that house of yours that are so faithfully executed by electing elders The question Landlord Well June 22 tf Dixons liiie that their detection is very diffi Â¬ at issue appears to be whether Tenant What areyou going to do cult This is the first attempt to they can hustle up some male about it OGLBSBrs BLOODHOUND RANCH put spurious postal cards in cir- Â¬ members or will have to disregard Landlord Do about It Nothing Waco Kclio culation It is thought they come all custom and precedent by let-Â¬ You dont expert me to stock the place ting the women take the places with white mice for 18 per mouth do George Oglesby is growing from New York you Largest and most complete stock in bloodhounds for sale on Tenth It is stated that a company is they have so abundantly earned Central Kentucky Our molto Best and Clay streets He has already being organized in Boston to Goods and Lowest consistent Prices the finest kennel Professional Cards business jl retary A Wilkes SrnithTDTDTsl THE LOCK JAW MICROBE Tarts Matin AND GET ONE OF HIS I j jiiog dories 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 ihsX 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 aug 24 ly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ O I J W -- J TJ At bottom prices o LYT JlIi Jrij He also has a 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¬ FOSTER LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city PHIL ROBERTS Rates 250 to oct26 4 Per Day According to rooms NEATLY AND PROMPTLY jiine22lf jiaj CLOSING OUT HIS IMMENSE STOCK OF ly Â¬ ASK FOR THE GL Pianos and Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie READY MADE WWWW TSkV JE3LA Mm M3tL3 l P G Bercieti t hi Â¬ New England and other Pianos l EC OVEHCOATS e C LEY Chicago PIANOS Cottage Organs T GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY OfiUAXS FOR REXT Rent applied as part payment AM Write For Prices and Terms LUKE U MILWARD S and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky June 22 tf STOCKTON sep28 WILLIS Now is tlie time to make your purchase Call and he will T COST -- Agents For Madison County ly HEW FIRM FOE GENERAL and well selected SALE F3ERCHAHD1SE Mad- Â¬ A LARGE STOCK OP- - A GOOD STOCK OF WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO trade that we have a large Hue of veicoatsilll Sizesi That Must E01 fgsgAll persons indebted to me must at the beet country stand in TURNER J OLOTETIIVG M jun22tf ison county We will be glad to show the stock to any one wishing to buy ELLIS HIGGINS Silver Creek Ky to HATS TRTJETKS 1TAIISESS Eta in which you can find the WQMEEMWi JL natf ffJ O call and settle as sepaSlf I mean business Attorney at Saaw J ET Â¬ ACRES for corn and oats Fine orchard J L McMURTRY BuenR Vista Garrard Co Ky BEST GOOBS LATEST STYLES Shackelford r 3 S J C LYTER Co entry TV Attorney at Isam TJ Have bought the stock of goods and rented the store house of Main street and AvtS C Peyton opposite their old stand on and the LOWEST PRICES We do not Intend to be UNDERSOLD and to our customers we say we will give you full value for every dollar in Â¬ vested with 11 aud we urge you to give us an early call SV EWS X2 XT xZ 2U ZX3L Lt J3 33 They have added new and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of JLiiopneg- at Iaw al Attorney at POWELL la ra - Attorney at REED Â¬ Xaaw Â¬ onTVest Main Street All Einds of HAEDWARE STOVES and TIE WAEE W B WHITE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies At McKees Old Stand 9m June EooSng O iiif e2y2ig and all Jxinds oif Tin and Siiect Iron Work Bone in fne most lSTorfexnanlikc Manners CUUDE SMITH 0 KfOPJK BUT TKSS BEST OF WORBIMEEJ EMPLOYED HAVE OPENED A NEW JkJLJL WORK WARRANTED SELL Hardware Store WE LIN S-FULL JEtaaing Implements Known To The Trade TJie 22 A They carry a general line of CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING iaaSU GRASS AND FIELD Hardware Tinware Stoves and E W WIGGINS A F BRECK of the breed in P CARROTiIi the United States Increasing 77 and 79 W Main St Lexington Ky frequency of acts of violence and 22 lyr die multiplied instances of train and stage robberies causes a demand for the class of animals named which encourages Mr Oglesby to AND hope it the noble wort may proceed he may find his dog ranch a better thing than an African RSAIa ESTATE J Â¬ Mr Oglesby is certain that if the Six shooter law SPEED SMITH Ajcent is repealed occasion for the use of RICHMOND Klr his acute nosed dogs wjll become Hlls renhfor exchanges all kinds of so frequent that he will have to Real Estate on reasonable terms and open on a much larger cale represents first class Fire and Lifo ostrich farm Â¬ burance Companies Office In J C Lytert Clothing Store jJiie22 tf lu GOOD FOR THE STAR Gazette Jllddleburgh Do you want pure digigs am lliebest Lands f tobacco and olgara You can una tueni at J J Brooks ij H- The New York Star the only 1 Democratic journal in the city deserves great credit for the site- Icessful light jt is making agajnst tf the dictation of the renegade Pul itzer of the World a sheet that is Ralutarls Wntr brought direct from - Ciair Springs Mich Kept jnnly a worthy ally of the Republican LyJ C Hughes julj22 tf J party at all times The Star transport the mails between the post office and the railroad sta tions by means of Telpherage or cars running on elevated cables by electricity Each car will carry a ton weight of mail matter F L Harper of Fidelity Bank notoriety has been removed from the Dayton jail to that at Cincin- Â¬ nati for more convenient conference with his attorneys who are arranging for his trial which is set for November 29 His bail is fixed at 200000 which he has not beentbh to give J E Smith the express messenger who recently killed two train robbers near El Paso has been paid 2000 by order of Gov Ross as a reward for his act Smith will probably get 2000 more from the express company and 1000 from the railroad com pany making a total of 5000 Countess Ganie Aelceita Lucille Belgrade Mary Jlose Anget- - the Â¬ Â¬ Groceries They have the newest and best coods and will sell for CASH at the lowest price Mr Smith in a practical tinner of several years experience and ho wil do all kinds of in work roofing and repairing iu the beat style at lowest rates iune22 tf TOE BRECKINRIDGE STATUE Local Produce Markets WEEKLY BRO CORRECTED BY COVINGTON Lexington Kv Oct 27 2b Vie ARNOLD GROCERS IRVINE Â¬ Â¬ People of Kentucky The statue erect- Â¬ ed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky to John C Breckinridge will be un valled with appropriate ceremonies iu tlie city of Lexington on Wednesday Nov 1C Tlio Association in chaige of the work hereby cordially Invite the people of the State to be present at these ceremonies All organized societies bodies and associations all military companies and organizations ail soldiers in the war witli Mexico and In the war be Â¬ tween the States and all citizens are cordially Invited The memorial address will be de Â¬ livered by Senator Bluckburn and short addresses by Senator Beck Gov Buckner and Edward V Valentine Esq of Virginia the eminent artist by whom the statue was made Wm C P Brcckiuridge JD Hunt RT-- Anderson P P Johnstou John TrSheiby Committee of the-At soclatloni s- WIGGINS BREOE p STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond Ky Nov 5 18S7 Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs 4fec Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter i5joc Chickens i 50 1 75s 00 Eggs ISoJiC Wheat -- 1 Flour Corn per barrel 50 135 lbs Hay per 100 4okoc per too Its Oats in sheaf 40jo 35cJ iaiflfl Co Bonis Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP 23 Tallowy Beeswax jjru III3jc 3K3C Feathers Meal OaU per bushel 1 i5ioc 1 The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 1887 and 1888 will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky C D CHENAUIT Com ftf-- Builders Hardware and Sniilding Material Kept in tho county and will futnish from the smallest Cottage to lie finest Mansion at our pmcss We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you thebost and most satkfRefoiy Job you -- 1 Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in shcaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Swet Potatoes X Irish Potatoes s- ioi 5 758c 4oMcec 2o35 25 20 25 5 TIORX2II Now is tlie time for fall and winter suits Give me a call I guarantee satis My work is as gcod as that of faction can get anywhere Vecarry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE aad will not delay your work We also carry a nice line of Which wo warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shalf Hardware Garden ImpleraeRtaj Farm WagosrSecd Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Strain DriIIsrc IRON IASTEL5rXNB OBACE5j 3 i ooJ 2i m BliSIalaSS GOOJS STOITES and RANGES rjunesato FIRE BRICK AKD K1BB CLAY any other tauor Shop over Dillingham dry goods store Yours Respectfully l 0Orit25 75 103 octtn 6tr 1 - GSCHAFUAjtJSEN 657s 7jsrf - JSL 3S of November A D 1887 and in the THE OCTROI MUSEUM DIED nlDety sIxtb year of the Common Â¬ for Defrauding Frooeh Traws Wilson died at his home in Curious Devices Cngtom S B BncKNEa wealth Cities of Duties FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE ville Ky November 6th 18S7 aged By the Governor Shelby Under the cuidnnco of our cicorono Georqe M Adams Secretary of about 83 years Deceased was the father we began an inspection of the curiosi Â¬ WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 18S7 State of Mrs Esom Burgin of this place ties about us and remarked with as- Â¬ On Sunday Nov 6th 188 Mrs tonishment among thorn an enormous THIN COLUMN- Minneapolis has raised a guar- Â¬ Maria Samuels wife of Mrs Thos Sam- Â¬ block of whic marble which must to secure antee fund of 40000 uels of consumption in the 33rd year of have required almost suporhuman move the Republican National Conven- Â¬ A lady told her little girl bow in ye her age The deceased was a daughter strength to We to say nothing of turned inquiringly to olden time people were burned at the of Green B Million and was buried in the the cost tion our guide who smiled and asked us etake The kid got the idea of family burial ground on Tuesday last to touch the block of Carrara with our The National Butter and Egg steak into Iter head ami hurried away Wo obeyed and imagino our finger Mrs Belle Gardner died at her home She startled grand- Â¬ Association in session at Man- Â¬ to tell grandma surprise to find that the enormous chester Iowa last week resolved ma by telling her that a man had been in Irvine Ky on Monday Nov 7 18S7 mass weighed less than a hundlo of burned to death down at the butcher of inflammatory rheumatism aged 31 feathers Its history is as follows A against oleomargarine years Deceased was the wife of the late freight train arriving 0110 day from shop The American Oattle Growers charged in the H W Gardner and daughter of the Italy and carrying six such fquares of Pendulum Alex Association in session at Kansas Rowan Circuit Court with con- Â¬ late Senator Harrison Cockrell The marble a custom douso officer re-Â¬ Oity adopted a resolution request- Â¬ spiracy to kill Circuit Judge Cole was funeral occured at the residence on yes marked an unusual indentation in ono ing all railroads to adopt air found not guilty by the peremptory In terday morning at 8 oclock and the of them and suspecting that somo burial in the Richmond Cemetery at 3 ting was wrong had tho bright idea brakes on cattle trains struction of Judge J B Morton special m The illness of deceased was to break off a corner with tho aid of a judge Wed like to know for what oclock r hammer whon miracle ttib marblo Elections occurred in Ohio purpose A Pendulum is made if it is of only two weeks duration was sheet iron and hid 25000 francs yester- Â¬ not to Bwing New Tork and Maryland worth of Venice lace RELIGIOUS day It is probable that Ohio Hero in this corner is a pile of log3 went Republican and New York Be it known that Parrish Is a lawyer ready to all appearances for tho lire to The Climax Astranger next door Rev Wm Barnwell of Paris held eve Â¬ Error Tlieso logs aro of metal clev Â¬ and Maryland Democratic walked into The Climax office aud ning service at the Episcopal cburch in erly covered with bark each end look Â¬ notwithstand Â¬ this place on Friday evening last They ing as if it had been sawed of A strike is in progress in cer- Â¬ asked Is Parrish in ing The Climax has a sign over its wore found filled with cigars tain portions of Louisiana among Rev R M Dudley of Georgetown Farther on rolls of linen hit them the laborers on sugar plantations up stairs door and one inside over the will preach at the Waco Baptist church with your cane the sharp metallic mantel facing the door and Parrish several men have been killed and 1 has half a dozen signs about his door Sunday morning Nov 13 at 1 oclock sound will provo that they aro simply the militia ordered out Rev Dr Hamilton formerly of Minne- Â¬ cans for alcohoL Our guide now drew This is not Punchs ofllce next of Is he in apolis Minn has accepted a call at the our attention to a quantity pile dinner The Anarchists will be hanged door was the answer only plates four dozen in each Dont Second Presbyterian church at this place the upper and under twelve being in Â¬ in Chicago on Friday Their thar queried the stianger The and preached his first sermon on Sunday tact only tho remaining twenty four friends have so threatened the know go and see for yourself man departed but in a moment he re last Dr Hamilton is a fine orator and a having no bottom and fitted into this Governor and the whole country beside that executive clemency turned aud thrusting his bead in at cultivated gentleman His family will re- Â¬ long hole a zinc can for spirits move to will prove remarked said our Look at these mill stones cannot consistently be extended The Climax door help it was Haint quite an this place soon and acquisition to our society in thar friend Cant the re- Â¬ they aro tobacco boxes As to this pumpkin a present from an Whar is be you reckon Ward stood on sponse As Col Z Tribble of this county as- Â¬ Elder WheuH e git back sisted byAJ B F Taylor of Danville octroi in Normandy it passed to and of the new reservour at Dont Know the banks Elder Dont reckon because closed a protracted meeting at Liberty tro every morning for three months Little Rock Ark on last Wednes- Â¬ you reckon under the noses of the octroyens day an hour before the formal I dont know TenThen the man went Baptist church Buckeye Garrard county among other vegetables when its downstairs minutes later Par- Â¬ on last Friday The result was thirty Un- Â¬ opening was to occur the dam rish come y It honest proprietor went to No Whar is he two additions and a great spiritual fortunately tho peasant market omitted to broke and ten million gallons of you reckon Well awakening The baptizing Dont know occurred in change his fraudulent vegetable at the water capered off down the hill at what office is this The Climax Paint Lick Creek on Monday in the pres end of the pumpkin season and it was loss of 7000 a What makes you call it The Cli Â¬ ence of a large crowd Elder Tribble discovered ono day filled with cider Because some fellow is al- Â¬ officiating max brandy Ex Gov John M Palmer of ways As our interlocutor Bpoke we climin up stairs aud axiu where Illinois says of the Anarchists Parrish is The Ford Presbyterian church was stopped much puzzled before an ordiThe higltest courts of the land dedicated on last Sunday and a very large nary-looking coffin on which was have decreed the verdict a just Syrup of Figs congregation was present and numbers of pasted a railroad bulletin one and Gov Oglesby is not going Is Natures own true laxative It- - is persons were unable to get inside the said our friend suddenly Ah to be swayed in his manifest duty the must easily taken aud the most church Rev Dr H Glass preached the you notico that curious object from by any trifling considerations I effective remedy known to Cleanse the dedicatory sermon and Rev Dr L H Marseilles During the cholera epi Â¬ do not say this by authority from System when Bilious or Costive to Blanton offered the dedicatory prayer demic of 1SS4 the employes nf tho ad- Â¬ noticed a cart on which Mm as a man dispel Headaches Colds and Fevers He then read the list of contributors and ministration was a coffin covered with a heavy pall to cure Habitual Constipation Indiges- Â¬ the church was dedicated free of debt pass the Jenny Lind the famous Sweed tion Piles etc Manufactured only Madison county subscribed 323 Clark uncovered gate every day Tho menÂ¬ respectfully bpfore this vic ish songstress who charmed the by the California Fig Syrup Company county 358 Ford 361 and the t alance tim of the terrible disease and drew whole world forty years ago is San Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton was raised by outside counties and in- Â¬ back holding their nosos out of fear dividuals dead She made her appearance The church is quite a hand Â¬ of tho microbes Time passed the Willis some frame building and is furnished in- Â¬ cholera also and still tho cart with in London in 1847 and came to side with oak and a walnut pulpit The its sad burden made its appearance the United States in 1849 Among PERSONAL building cost 1500 It was through the daily at the same hour This regular- Â¬ her favorite songs were Home and the The Last Rose of Mr Ambrose Dudley tisited friends in instrumentality of Dr L H Blanton that ity aroused suspicion at lastflown with Sweet Home such a comfortable edifice was built as he foar of contagion having Summer and Comin Through Danville Sunday began several years ago by preaching in the cause ono of the guards lifted the the Rye pall and discovered not a corpse but Mr Joseph Minay of St Louis was in the saw mill at Ford a mummy composed of cigars the city last week THE CLIMAX It is said that the Czar of Russia generally wears a smile On his face A bullet proof smile no doubt Syra cuse Herald A Blounts TII l1A nf 17niAU nnmto t TVI lilt a sep7lf Finest Flour 10 town at Tribble sep 7tf Blounts quality Canvassed Hum Best Blounts Just received at Tribble Breakfast Bacon and Dried Beef at COO dozen cans of Tomatoes Corn sep7lf Tribble Blounts Peas Beans Peaches Pears Apricots and other canned fruits and vegetables trade dollars redeemed will now have to dispose of them at 5800 a thousand Blount headquarter for Tribble Omaha World tea sepitf Dolls to close out stock at your own Fine Oranges Bananas aud Lemons price at Whites Drug Store n9tf Blounts received dally at Tribble Speculation slacking while commerce sepTtf and industry are improving are both encouraging signs of the times Phil Â¬ Wallace wants to see you at his shoe adelphia Times octlO It store on Main street If you need a pair of shoes or boots go to Wallaces octlO 4t LIVE STOCE MABKET EEPORT CORRECTED WEEKLY BY The woman who marries an husband is right in thinking she CO WEBER LOPER has struck a Lucifer match Merchant Live Stock Commission Merchants at Traveler Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Those of us who forgot to get our Cheapest place in town bepT tf xxf S3 UNANSWERABLE FACT That Are Demonstrated At EJ STHBNe Do you kuow where Storo Is m Whites Drug n9tf Covington Stock Yards OHIO OCTOBER Louisville Store BEAD CAKEFULLY WHAT YOU CAK DO WITH THE MONEY REMEMBER THAT CASH WILL BUY THESE GOODS AT Â¬ CINCINNATI 31 1887 A sportsmau who cant bag any thing else can bag his trousers by crawling SHIPPING CATTLE on his hands nnd knees behind fence Good to Extra 3 op New Haven News Fair to Good 3 4o Common to Fair 2 25 You will be perfectly satisfied if you Good to Extra Oxen 3 00 Fair to Good Oxen 2 25 deal at Whites Di ug Store n9tf 1 00 Common and Rough A Georgia farmer made S100 off an BUTCHER CATTLE acre planted in watermelons and Good to Extra 3 6e a neighboring doctor made S200 off the Fair to Good 3 25 same acre Post Dispatch Common to Fair 27 Good to Extra Cows 2 75 2 253 Fair to Good Cows A TVTTTTTY-Yourpr- e1 75 TT d J JL JLU JLS scriptinns Common Cows 1 oo Rough Cows and Oxen at Whites Drug Store n9tf BULLS Mens and Boys brogaus at C C Best Shipping 2 40 Wallaces octlO 4t 4 00 3 75 2 75 3 50 3 75 2 00 3 75 3 50 00 3 25 2 50 2 00 1 50 THESE PBICES W I A tangible railroad surplus and the Fair Bologna man who struck Billy Patterson are Fair to Good Feeders oo Common and Thin two things that no feller can find STOCKERS FEEDERS AND out Wall Slreet Newf 1 Best rsologna 2 50 2 20H 2 2 00 2 25 2 oo 2 15 y 1 50 must be closed out Call and see me if you want bargains 3Iy stock of goods Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers oct9 4t J C Lyter Ask your physician to leave your prescription nt Whites Drug Store It will be accurately compounded and sent to your house nOtf The way in which a young man will go on a hot Sunday excursion wbrn he thinks it is too hot to go to church Is fearful to behold New Orleans Picayune A familiar household work Drug Store Whites nOtf Every can of goods that you buy from Tribble Blount ia guaranteed to be of standard weight and quality sepTtf Common and Thin Stockers 2 00 at Better Suit of Clothes at COWS AND CALVES of Clothes Best Grades 45 oo5o 00 Better Suit Fair to Good 30 004O 00 Good Overcoat at Common 15 ooz 00 Better Overcoat at Best Veal Calves 5 50 5 25 Better Overcoat at Fair to Good 4 oo 5 00 Common and Heavy 2 oo 3 50 Womens Shoes at Womens Shoes at SPRING LAMBS Boots at Good Extra Heavy 4 85 5 00 Good Butcher 6o 75 Boots at 4 4 Fair Butchers 4 00 4 50 Hats at oo Common and Tail Ends 3 3 25 Hats at HOGS Hats at Select Butcher 4 50 4 60 Fair to Good Packers 4 25 4 50 Good to Extra Ligiits 4 30 4 40 Light Pigs 4 15 42 Roughs and Scalawags 2 75 3 25 3 oo 2 50 2 oo 1 50 Best Standard Calicoes at Best Indigo Blue Calicoes at Best Yard Wide Heavy Brown Domestic Good Cotton Flannels at Good Grey Flannels at Good Red Flannels at Nice Dress Goods at Nice Dress Goods at Beautiful Dress Goods at White Blankets at Bed Comforts at Good Jeans at Good Suit of Clothes 6c 5c per yd tf c Gc Sic 20c 20c K 12s 25c 10c u -- n c cc c 3 25 2 75 - 2 25 75c 20c par yd 150 a pair 500 at 650 750 400 500 750 - 125 200 250 25c 75c 1C0 a pr 100 There is no scarcity of money MATRIMONIAL- Mr W S Norris of Cincinnati was in the national treasury The Treasury Department reports a attending court Monday Mr Marcus Bogie and Miss Minnie total circulation November 1 of Mr Railey of Woodford county is Blakeman of the Kirksrille icinity total cash in the visiting his sister Mrs Henry 1366612349 eloped from Bucket e church in Garrard Treasury 608600002 The inThe many friends of Mist Laura Moss county on last Thursday night to Cin- crease in circulation during Oc- will be glad to learn she is improving cinnati and were married They were tober was 13028659 increase Mr Frank Clay of Paris has accepted accompanied by Mr R L Bogie and 14240 in cash in the Treasury Miss Mollie West a position as salesman with Crooke Â¬ Â¬ CLQARS t GLOMES Ir p At jBlII Prices and in All Styles Bememher that these prices are the Bock Bottom Prices for Qash Our stock is complete and we have a great many goods that we have not enumerated here but call and see what we have and you will be satisfied that we have the best stock ever in Richmond sold at prices never before offered Come and see us and see the great bargains we have Â¬ Farts Figaro 514 The seven condemned Anarchists in jail at Chicago must die on next Friday The Supreme Court of the United States has refused to interfere with the case The Governor of Illinois could commute the death sentence to imprisonment for life but ought not and most probably will not inter- Â¬ fere Mrs Mary B Claj of this county was elected for Kentuckjr at the annual national meeting of the American Womans Suffrage Association held at Philadelphia last week Tne Association resolved to peti tion the State Legislatures to grant women the right to vote in all municipal elections Progress was reported from all parts of the country Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vice-President Mr George Goodrich of Madison and Miss Kate Hardee of Clark were mar Mrs Prof Wm Willson is visiting her ried on the 26th ult A reception was father Mr Hanna of Shelby ville who is given at the home of the groom near quite ill Ford and a nice supper prepared by Mr Mitchell of Berea was spread Mr Rankin Mason of Topeka Kansas Dancing followed and continued till morn- Â¬ spent a few days at his old home Son Â¬ here this week ing Mrs B F Warfield of Lexington is visiting her daughter Mrs Samuel Ben- Â¬ nett Jr Mr Hart Brown of Fayette county spent last week with friends in the county hunting Mr Thos M Curtis and Mr Beatty Middleton spent Sunday in Nicholasville with friends Mr and Mrs S V Rowland of Dan Â¬ ville are guests of their daughter Mrs S B White Rev Wm Barnwell of Paris arrived Thursday and was the guest of Rev W Y Sheppard for a few days Mr G W Dunlap formerly of Lan caster is canvassing the city and county for the Commercial Gazette Gen Scott Brown and Mr Joe Rodman of Frankfort were spending a few days with friends in town last week Â¬ regulars attacked the hostile Crow Indians in Montana on Saturday and killed the chief Sworl Bearer and wounded several others One soldier was killed It is thought the Crow disturbances will now cease The few Indians that remain in the United States had as well emigrate to die Pacific const and then jump as far out into the deep deep sea as possible TIkj U S Louisville has had a horrible butchery and suicide A man named Brownfield murdered his Mrs Wm M Griffeths nee Miss Blan wife baby and brother-in-lanie Temple of Louisville spent few and then hanged himself He days with Mrs Samuel Bennett Jr a this gave as his reasons that he was week tired of life and did not like the Mr and Mrs Thompson Burnam and idea of leaving his wife and child without any support and that he Mrs Rebecca Moran of Silver Creek will spend the winter at CapL J Speed did not think his brother-in-laBruner lit to live1 The Courier Smiths Journal occupies seven and a half Mrs J H Beauchamp of Lexington columns in telling the 6tory President of the Womans Christian There is sin evident increase in Temperance Union is the guest of Mrs the number of such tragedies W C Peyton w w Miss Mary Spencer Smith and her little sibter Willie left Monday for Danville to visit the family of Dr John J Craig Invitations have been received here by friends to the marriage of Miss Cora Bullock to Mr R C Dilts The cere mony will be performed in the Christian church at Falmouth Ky Tuesday Nov Prof C P Williamson 15 at 445 r m officiating The attendants arc Miss Louise Barbour Miss Lounora Robbins of ralmouth Mr Fred Broadwell of Cynthiana and Mr T T Covington of this place Miss Cora and her sisters at- Â¬ tended M F I and her many friends here wish her great happiness The bridal party will visit Philadelphia Washington City and Old Point Comfort At the home of her father Mr John March on Lancaster avenue Miss Susie A March of this city to Mr H B Land of Nicholasville on Thursday Nov 3rd 1SS7 at 930 a m Rev C P Williamson officiating The bride was dressed in a plum colored broad cloth tailor made suit and wore a handsome solitaire diamond the gift of the groom She entered the parlor with the groom preceded by eight attendants Miss Susie Willis of Winchester and Miss Ella March Misses Emma Willis Alice Duerson Belle March and Messrs Druett Riley of Nicholasville T E and W L Arnold of Richmond The bridal presents were numerous and handsome The couple drove to Lexington in a car- Â¬ riage where they took the train for Cin- Â¬ cinnati They will return to their home in Nicholasville on the 10th A STATEMENT KENTUCKYS RAILROADS The llailroad Commissioners have completed their report They find that Kentucky has 2000 miles of railroad and fix the value This affords a at 35000000 revenue to the State of 175000 The valuation per mile of the N is fixed main stem of the L at 37000 a reduction of 3000 from last year The Knoxville Branch is put at 15000 per mile The C N O TP Cincinnati Southern is valued at 27000 per mile The Kentucky Central was placed at 16500 for the main stem a reduction of 2500 per mile The Richmond extension advanced from 15000 to 16 Â¬ ISREAIi WoltjMisses Kate and Coralie Walker who The above is a card which appears have been summering at Bar Harbor and in the Winchester Sun of yesterday other Eastern watering places returned aud frees Mr Horine who is a Rich Â¬ home last week mond boy from all suspicion of wrong - On last Friday a writ was sworn out by myself charging Jolm Horino with taking n pistol and 5 from my store Since that time I have made an In Â¬ vestigation of tbe matter and I now truly believe that Mr Horine did not commit the theft and take pleasure in ezhonoratlng him from the charge made against him Miss Mary Burnam accompanied by her mother Mrs C F Burnam and Mr Waller Bennett attended Miss Minnie Clarks reception in Lexington last week Dr A W Smith left Friday for Cincin- Â¬ nati where he met his mother Mrs Mary Smith of Trenton Indiana and returned with her Saturday evening Mrs Smith will spend the winter with her son 500 THE GOVERNORS THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION EXECUTIVE Dpaktment FilAXK 3SS7 tomary and appropriate for the Gov- Â¬ ernor of the Commonwealth to recom mend the observances of a particular day by the people of the State whereon theynay assemble for the purpose of rendering thanks for the great benefits ji the Giver of they have received all good I S B Buekuer Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky do recommend that Thursday November 241SS7 the day designated by the President of the United States for that purpose lie observed by the people of Kentucky In tbe manner In which each individual mayjieetn ruostfittlng to acknowledge the bounties wjilch bare been extended by tte1eneficence of the Supreme Being Done at Frankfort the ascand day toict Kv Nov 2 It bemg cus- Â¬ Mr Field Miller of Mississippi who has been sick with fever in Lexington arrived Tuesday attended by Dr Hardin San Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton Willis Bright of this place at his mothers home Mrs Patsey Miller on Lancaster Avenue Premium Cake Mr Willis Hisle took the premium Mr R G Dunn of Danville repre- on white cake at the Paris fair 100 en senting the house of A P Marks mer- Â¬ tries The cake was baked from CovÂ¬ tailor of that place was among his ington chant Arnold Bros celebrated old friends here last week Mr Dunn is a Acme flour She aho took seven first good salesman and will be largely patron Â¬ premiums at the Madison county fair ized by his old friends on cakes and bread baked from this Mr James P Tribble and family have nour it come to town and occupy their purchase Wallace on Smith Ballard street the Potts place CO Wallace at Burglus old Btand Dr Roberts has removed from the Pot i Mmiii t reel formerly C F Mober-It-- v house to his recent purchase on Main place ha a fresh aud excellent street the Hargis property Mr Hargis stock of Bots ani Shoes of great and family are boarding with Dr Roberts variety Everything from French Hon James B McCrcary returned last calfdoWn to heavy brogan French broad toe Loudon pointed toe high week from a visit to his plantation at heel low heel narrow bottom broad Selma Alabama He says the South is bottom High prices low prices in a more prosperous condition than it has octXO 4t been siree the war and that every thing is hoomicg - He was especially Dr George Arthur a surgeon in the pleased With Chattanooga where he J United States navy fell from a railroad made several investments in faith of the train near BaJetn Va and was killed bright prospects Chattanooga has before He was en route to Shelby ville Teun s her lobe married Â¬ Sjrnp of Figs Is tbe delightful liquid laxative and the only true remedy for habitual con- Â¬ stipation and the many ills depending on a weak or inactive condition of tbe kidneys liver and boweR It is a pleasant remedy to take both to old and young It 13 gentle in Its action and affective Ills acceptable to the stomach aud strengthens the organs on which it acts Manufactured only by he California Fig Syrup Company During the Greensburg fair a kind ATTENTION TOBACCO 3IEN hearted old man made several boys THE PERENNIAL PEACH hearts glad by haulinir them into the John Sawyers of Manchester Ohio grounds encased in grain sacks desires to tend a crop of tobacco raise An Elastic IJulb tvhlrh Mnrlts tho Atten Â¬ fair it on the shares or rent the land 10 to Connellsville Courier tion or Itase ItdU Players 50 acres I dont know enough about cookery He referes to It H Ellison Cashier to tost a piece of bread but the close Manchester Bank Manchester O of the summer tho height of peach nett House on last court day the best Wm Peirce Cn dner Fanners Bank time and tho unfolding of the lecture Manchester O Other references given season remind mo of some peaches I place to buy drugs and books Whites by applying at The Climax office n9lf have pecked at in years gone by and Drugstore oct 12 4L expect to peck at again this winter I Dont buy cheap light weight canned can not slate positively that they aro tho same peaches and yet I know that goods when you can huy standard f Blounts for the they may be There is a way of put- Â¬ goods at Tiibble money eep7tf ting up a peach if that is the proper same term so that it can never ho put down The man who moves down lifes AT THE by mortal man You have seen tho boggar as I have He has beon passed patii nnd finds it strewn with sweet surprises is he who knows just how Its to you at tea A great big round poach fair to look upon an island in a little done who keep- - a store and advertises GROCERY HOUSE Lincoln Democrat pond of spicy juice Woll a spoon You take tho goe3 with thi s peach OF The Duflleld Canadian Lamp poII spoon and in an off hand way strivo to by Covington Arnold Bro makes make an indentation in the side of the peach with it That cat wont fight the best light- - These lamps are In so you striko the poach smartly general use in Richmond They can and the spoon rebounds lightly You be seen in use at this office and at Cov Â¬ lot on that was what you expected it ington Arnold Bros ftore It to do and eat a few spoonfulls of Thousands of Canned Fruits and with tho juice tho air of a ON man who is eating poach SomeÂ¬ Vegetables are being received daily at times a dosperato man will crowd tho Tribble and Blounts sep7tf peach up against the side of the plato and assay to harpoon it with a fork We went fishing on A full and complete stock of But the peach cased securely in its Whether the party was too Tuesday good for thrice toughened toughness liko the STAPLE AND FANCY seven fold shield of Ajax repels the the fish or not we do not know but iorceful javelin and disappoints the all the party caught was two Bmall blow And favored indeed of tho bass Kittaunlng Times gods is ho who strikes if that the C C Wallace asks you to call at bis elastic peach jump not with dull re- Â¬ sounding thud to kis3 tin floor I shoe hous e on lower Main street Bur have often wondered what that man Â¬ gins old stand formerly Moberleys ner of peach tasted like but havo and examine his new and varied stock Cs octlO 4t never been able- - to bito one fearing of hoots and shoe the critical eyes of the company and An umbrella dealer tells how to the weary glaces of tho ever watchful hostess And I have often wondered open an umbrella without damaging It would be more Important to if the same peach well saved and oft It know how to take your eyes on an reserved with new rations of juice would not last for many years I umbrella without losiug it N orris would liko to find out just how it is town Herald prepared for there would ba great Waukenphast money in tho discovery An clastic yet perfectly indestructible base ball Shoes at Wallaces They never hurt is yet to be invented Burdette in your feet a octl9 4t Brooklyn Eagle Blobson You never saw uch a devoted father as Dumpsey He just Interesting Observations swears by his children -- ON A- Popinjay How different from Digs An intelligent and practical builder slates it as the result of his experience by He just swears at his Burling- Â¬ and observation that morter in tho in- Â¬ ton Free Press terior of walls especially if it be call- Â¬ The lime was when a chicken sick- Â¬ ed rice mortar is liable never to ened it passed in its cheeks but since harden to retain its soft consistency even for centuries but this can only the discovery of Ganters Chicken bo the ciso where tho interior of tho Cholera Cure there is not only hope wall is hermetically scaled against tho but absolute cure In the event it external air which method both ar Â¬ fails your money will be refunded by rests evaporation and shuts off the Stockton Willis GIVE THIS HOUSE it chemical operation of the atmosphere The fact has been stated that in En Â¬ In Turkey a man is ullowed to have gland not long ago an architect dug four wives but oue of the consequences into a stone wall three hundred years is that he has to take his shoes off june22 tf old and of considerable thickness and took from between tho stones a quanti- Â¬ under the gas lamp away down at the ty of mortar as soft as it must have corner of the street Somerville Jour-Â¬ been the day the wall was built and nal discoveries of tho same character have in First Citizen been made in other places It is also tell me where breathlessly Is Can you the lire Second stated that the possibility of such an occurrence may bo tested in a very Citizen I think it Is the school-hou-- e easy way namly by putting somo rich There were a lot of boys dancing ami mortar into a glass bottle and hermet Â¬ cheering down on the street Bur-Â¬ ically sealing it tho fact being that lington Free Press it will never become any harder than when it was put into it N T Sun OR FOXTNDWgS F OXJ N m August 2t- - tf H riSnwrfy E3 J STREIS FOR LOUISVILLE STORE DYKE IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY THE CELEBH ATED Nortli Second Street GROCERIES WEBST B R FARM WAGONS PATEHT TRUSS gH fcjupJip Confectioneries Canned oods G reen and Dried Fruit They are about closing up their business SUBSCRIPTION and have on hand over 4000 of them ROD AND TUBUUSR HUE -- - DUE THE and plenty of every tiling in my line This house is Strictly Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at Business The Best Material I ffaps June 22 ESPECIALLY LOW ERIOES Warrantefl For Which ceased to cj flue Year ist last June shoul BE The Easiest Terms Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so at onci m AT THE WEBSTEB WAGON tf CO A TRIAL Library Lamps w Vm WB CLIMAX Off u A D RUFF M Silver Platea Kni Local Produce Markets WEEKLY BRO BY Girls in the Antipodes Tho Australian girl is tall and She lacks somewhat in com- Â¬ plexion but generally she is pretty The Victorian girl is decidedly good looking The New Zealand girl has a far better complexion than the Australian girl and is fresher and more healthy perhaps for the rllmato is milder She resembles the English girl much nioro than does the Austra Â¬ lian and her development keeps pace with the former But Tasmania is said to bo the homo of beauty and it certainly seems to havo more than it3 share of fair maidens It is not at all uncommon for the Molbournian to run across to tho little island for the purpose of enjoying a well earned holiday and picking up a wife CORRECTED ARNOLD COVINGTON slender GROCERS IRVINE STREET RICHMOND KY e 1887 Richmond Ky Nov Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Eggs Wheat Flbur Corn per barrel Hay per ioolts Oats in sheaf per 100 Ks Lard Tallow Beeswax Beef Cattle Butcher J35C t So 1 45C I2Sc 1520C 40co Walcliato Watches and Jeweler 1 stJ 3J 40OC 10 7s2 00 ijGjSc 667c 00 50 DEAJLER IN Clocks Jewelry Silver aud Plated ware etc Special attention given to 1II2C SETTINC SL fames Gazelle Tho fact is suggestive of tho In tensity of the strain of city life that while from 1852 to 1863 the population of Chicago increased 51 times and tho death rata 87 times tho- - deaths from nervousdisorderJ Increase42a4 ton Mudiit -- 2 Feathers Jdeal Oati per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed w iover jeed Oats ia shea- fChoice blue grass seed Red top seed j Sweet Potatoes i Irish Potatoes 33C 5JOC 25- DIAMONDS 5l 3 75c - AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES RUFAIRIETGr Promptly done aud In a workmanlike maimer 5 -- oo3 25 I 20 25 50 7J5 iooi - Cash Paid for 0W Gold and SilYer -S Dont forjjet he- - place next door to the Post office Rcbnforid 25 f Kf They can not be surpassed in style or SKLook at tlj date on the mar workmanship at of your Climax m after your naiitfj Very best material employed in their man- that is the date v ufacture which you are ptf XI you owe anv tim on tho Herald pM if you see them because you cant help it call and pav it send it toms a t Tiiey ire Precisely fiat Yon Fan Herald business nuj be You liai Our stock of Queens ware and Glass Â¬ hadsettled months four ware and especially our Decorated Din which at ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive iar or to payand two BEST GRADES OF are sure you do COFFEES SUGARS TEAS want any more til and other Staple Groceries also Canned T Trio gW Quta Â¬ Yon Will Like Thesa Â¬ Goads JuneH tf s I jyr THE june23f - Oil Mitt p Tuck Agee was hanged at Lexlnsr 1 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 91857 ton on iet Friday for the murder of his brother-in-laJames Faulconer Sheriff Rogers assisted by Deputies Read VLast Cull In another cqIubiu Waller Rodes and Frazer adjusted Ibe of this itsuo noose and Deputy Jailor Kit Wilker The wLoie lowii of Wyoming Balh sou pinioned the arms and legs Dr F O Young was the surgeon Jailor county was burned last week WHkerson told Agee good bye Turkeys are plentiful this year and Agee said he acted in self defense in wjll bring from 10 to 11 cents per killing Faulconer pound dressed m K C Extension The matrimnnisl wave is booming An exchange says The Mt Ver- Â¬ There were 14 marriage licences issued non correspondent of Hie Stanford In Â¬ last week to while people terior Journal reports that C P Hunt- Â¬ Mub re organized ington the railroad magnate passed The German Thursday night in the parlors of Mrs through Livingston Iat Saturday eve- Â¬ ning on ills way to Bell county osten A W Smith for the winter sibly on a hunting and fishing expedi Â¬ Mr Amos Willis has secured rooms tion The correspondent guesses that at Mr John Marchs and will reside the game Mr Huntington is looking in Richmond after January 1st for Is an outlet for the Kentucky Cen- Â¬ tral railroad from Livingston The colored people will have a Jap- Â¬ anese entertainment at Rices Hall Xew Firm Irvine street Saturday night the 19th Messrs W C Gormley and T J Mr P F Adams will sell his dwell Â¬ Curtis or Silver Creek have formed ing and about sixty acres of land at a partnership and will run a saddle and College Hill ou Saturday December harness faetory Mr Gormley has been in the busiuess a long time and 10 Good property is well and favorably known Gen C M Clay says this is the Mr Curtis will prove quite an addi Â¬ driest yettr he has ever seen in Ken- Â¬ tion The firm are looking for a tucky awl he attributes it to the dis more commodious building The style tructiun of the forest of the firm will be W C Gormley w Â¬ THE GLIMAX Uangcd Madison County Sunday School Associa- Â¬ tion The exercises will be held iu tli Baptist Church Richmond CD on Satur-Â¬ day Nov 19 1837 beginning at 930 oclock Praise service led by Mrs Chenault address of welcome Chenault re pouse B J New Ion reports of Sunday schools Vice report of district Vice Presidents President Prof L V Dodge Appoint- Â¬ ment of committee Miscellaneous business Address The Exalted Character of Sunday School Work Miss L A Sloan Address The duty of Parents to the Sunday School Prof B C Hagerman Afternoon Praisfe service Address The Duty of the Pastor Rev Jno G Fee Dis Â¬ cussion Address TheSunday SchooI Lesson in the Day School Mis9 Mat tie W Peyton Discussion Address How Best to Impress the Important Points ot lie Lesson Discussion Re Â¬ port of Committees address Prompt Â¬ ness Evening Praise service Ad Â¬ dress Mrs Dr Forman Discussion Address The Work of the Teacher Basket dinner will be served iu the lecture room of the church CD ljSjimpVijgy N COM GOME COME OOME OOME OOME thing and our prices are the very We carry every Jun22tf in this week and see tlie limitless assortment of Ladies and Misses Wraps hat are being sold at ROOK BOTTOM OASH PRICES in this week and pet our prices on Mens and Roys Suits and Overcoats before you buy elsewhere We are the LOWEST PRICED HOUSE IN TOWN in this week and feast your eyes on the bewitching array of Tobotjcans Scarfs Shawls Hosiery and various other things that are uein sold daily to our customers in this week and participate in I lie novelty ot buying a pair of Klines that To cheapness in price can not be excelled and every pair gives com tort from the start in this week and see for yourself how effectually SQUARE DEALING on the square CROWDS OUR STORE in and we will show you the largest and best assorted stock of goods in Richmond They are all NEW and FRESH Hy HEmI fDR IH tE lowest for cash down John Taylor the late post- Â¬ master will open a new grocery in the Mr Co National Reputation houe now occupied by W C Gormley Co on the 1st of January On the first page of this issue will be found the proceedings of a meeting of the Yale Alumni in Louisville in which Hon Curtis F Burnam took iwrt The name of the trio whose life size pastel portraits by Sdilegel appear in Willis window is Lackey Stockton not Hocker as we had it last week and judges to be selected by the press New York want Mr Schafhausen the tailor else- Â¬ of for money I If they dontfor sportto do il will doit or where in this issue calks your attention for 500 or S1000 a side to suit all to hid whereabouts and work and comers and the championship of the the world D G Flora of Kentucky wuuld be glad to Fee yKi in his shop preferred Will pay expenses here JEmil Paul champion or the world Hon Keene F Pritchanl of Catletts 1 burg with whom Mr Silas Cobb late Burned To Death of this county recently had a partner Â¬ A Chattanooga telegram announces ship died suddenly on the 20th ult p the burning to deatli at Jonesboro of Mis Anderson Principal of the Miss Annie Deadrick granddaughter Kingston High Seinxd reports that of the late Chief Justice Deadrick of institution ia a pm perous and flotir Tennessee A son of Justice Deadrick ibliing condition with a good attend Â¬ married a daughter of the late Chief ant e Justice Hardin of Kentucky whose wife was a sister of Messrs S T and I Messrs Getfge White and Joe Bales T Green this place but we do not huve 130 heed of the faiHiest feeders know wether or not the young lady in in the county It is a ctaiife hunch of question was a granddaughter of Jus cattle and was picked in the ominty tiee llaidin but Mr Deadrick theson-in-laat an average of 8 eents of Justice Hardin lives at Quails and rabbits are mimermia but Greenville the next town to Jonesboro the hunters are oompiuiniiiK ot the dry The young lady was in the yard where weather saying it is impo feibte almost some leaves were being burned and t get the turds up as the dogs run over her otothing caught fire them not being alle to scent them The Shhhj South Mis Marie Wright correspondent Mrs ShorUMge wlio lias been quite Sick all summer is very low at her of the Sunny South published in linme an I Mr Rymal her father wlm Atlanta Georgia was in Richmond is I his t ighty sixth year is danger Â¬ on last Wednesday and Thursday and ously ill at his daughter1 Mrs A met with gratifying success in securing sboriitioiis Hhe received in nil Halls about fifty also some advertisements This is for tlte beiwfit of peojrle who The Sunny South is the ouly liter- Â¬ think Richmond k detd There were ary pper in the South and ought to tKien htiffgfrs siI cttrtHtges on Main receive tiie patronage of every person street between 2nd him 3rd streets at in the Suth who leads other than one time last week No it was not a the local iapers There is too great an fuutral proeef-io-inclination to send all the money The diilies and weeklies oome to North for literature The Suuny this office filled with aeefciettts during South is thirteen years old an eight hunting seanm An eye shot out page weekly paper and more than We hope an arm oft anil iteeasioually a head worth the 1 that it cost Mrs shot off all goe to prove that you to see it still further improve Wright has canvassed all the Southern must not monkey with s4iot gmt ami tint you can not be too cflrefwl while States and Mexico The circulation- is now forty thousand li luting w The subjoined paragraph relative to a former citizen indicates that he is fust making a national reputation as a bird eater Nnw York Nov 2 To C Bosen tltol D G Flora of CamplellsviUe Ky or Any Other Oourmatid of the World I will eat for sixty days barring pepsin or any oilier digestives They can name the quantity of quails to be eaten per day Will give ten quails to start Referees Brooks the druggist Patronize of Lots Jnuc 22 tf A good crowd was present on last Saturday at the sale of lots in the addition to Richmond made by the Rev Win Crow Capt P P Ballard the auctioneer says that he saw from the beginning that the crowd had come to buy and he made up his mind to have good prices and he got them Forty one lots sold for SCS84 and Announce to the public and especially to that large class wlobuy averuged iu size 40x115 to 120 feet groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of 1 120 Denny Lot to W 2 Dr G W Even 128 3 Ed Brown S121 4 W A Williams 116 5 W A Williams 121 Queensware Glassware tVoodenwrc C W R Letcher 127 7 W R Letcher 125 And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New 8 W R Letcher 105 The Crow Sale Tills powder never varies A marvel of purity strength and wliolesomeness More economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold la competition with the mul Â¬ titudes ot low tcstiliortIwelglu alum or phos- Â¬ phate powders bold only In cans Royal Uakiko Fowdeb Co 106 Wall 8t if Y Absolutely Pure 9BBf Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store n JJ NEW GROG BRY ELLIS HIGGINS FA2TCY zt1l jE3 J3jZ JW CROOKE E B CROOKE It STAPLE GROCERIES IN RICHMOND 1 T03Bj3lOOOS OIC3 u9l3EIS 9 WRLetcher 120 10 Dr M C Heath 150 11 W R Letcher 12 W R 13 W 14 W 15 Dr 10 M 17 M 18 Dr Letcher R Letcher R Letcher Phil Roberts F Arbuckle F Arbuckle M C Heath 110 131 127 100 80 80 S105 125 Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable Ellis Uiggins is not a new firm but has been in existence for nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends and a good share of other people to call and see them New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prices They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell They know how to buy and how to sell and what the peo le them auglO 1 vr want CALL AND SEE THEM thTpalace Dry Goods Notions JLa Und erwear D RY GOODS Gr THES1T KE5E2P CLOTHII Ai SHOE HOUSE 19 Wm Collins 200 20 Dr O W Evans S1C0 21 Dr G W Evans S150 190 22 W R etcher J QUEEN AND CEESCMT EQUTL Cincinnati Southern and Associats Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORIE LINE TO OF- boaPBH W R Letcher 190 177 24 W R Letcher 25 J J Brooks 140 26 Wm M Irvine 105 27 Dr M C Heath 175 2S Not sold 300 20 M F Wardroper 30MF Arbuckle SI 10 102 31 S D Parrish 32 J Speed Smith 05 33 Dr G W Evaus 80 34 Dr G W Evaus 80 75 35 C D Chenault 36 W R Letcher 105 37 W R Letcher 119 106 38 Joe Deatherage 39 A S Gott 125 23 New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the SITEIRYH AND DESIRABLE Principal PointsonflbEast TIIE SOUTHERN ItOUTEJTO TIIE PACIFIC COAST-Morniiand Kiglit TiaiiislIlLtnrsu1aIuo tlie Important titles of the South without clinnge UUNXINU THKOUUH IARH TO JACKSONVILLE T id Soiitli M TIT i- IS NEW THE ONLY- Strictly Cash House in Richmond -- HAYS You Can Save From 25 to 50 Per Cent by buying Your Goods for the Money Anlv inn FLORIDA IN -- Eight Down Grand Central Union Pepot in Cincinnati paseiiRer holding tickets via this line are therefore saved transfer across the City and are assured n journey attended with speed C D Chen Â¬ couiiurbuuu ceuveuieuire ault 1800 the Pletnrcsqno Lino of the Tin Atinnn nml vovvuii sonlliern States juvvjii Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio Geucral Offices St Paul The Climax Museum II COLI15KAN JOHNOGAULT General Manager General Pas euger Aent A big box by express from Capt RCAKUOLL UX RYAN jne22tf General Superintendent Assistant General Passenger Ageut Georce W Tipton of the West Indies 40 41 Joe Harris house and 127 Travelers have a choice of two binds ot Sleeping Car on Cnnninl 1U11LU QUEEN AND CKESCENT ItOUTK Manns Elegant Bou- Â¬ OlJULlUJ Vnim doir liuUet Car and Pulhmius Finest Iilnca liuHet Sleeper btate Itooin Pattern Vnniilir AH lilt XiKllllII lllllllUdllfl ConnectCUE CENT QUEEN Htllly 11 li Tnniliiimllntlimnilii AND With the in tlie Ilff THE- - lj acres Tiivnl i frnenniif ui DRY GOOD S LINE You can buy as much for 5 cash as you can for 10 on a credit You have to pay dear for your little timeso always go to the Store that te of Cajtt Mr Taylor Price John Farley this pfatee keeps a livery stable in Kansas City A physician son-in-la- w teli phoned for his Itorse and buggy A stable lsy started with tltem but on the way met a young man who said he was the hysi iuis son and would He take the hore and lmgy was not the ptiysteiaHn son ami itotli has been heard Of the tonrnout or man Caart Big crowd SQff cattle 2 to 8 cents 10 mules 76 to 156 Sheep dull Hogs 4 cents Woods on Iy Hre Our Irvine correspondent says that a destructive forest fire is raging in Estill county Water is scarce and large quantities of timber and fencing and occasional crops have been de stroyed Faith A toy balloon sent up from Rich mond Kentucky about the first of September was found the other day in New York State where it had just alighted nnd the farmers wife at once decided that Providence had eent her a new bustle New York Star Real Estate Transfers The real estate transfers in the coun- Â¬ ty during the month of Oetoler amounted to SSSMOSS the largest amount being 6000 and the three 8000 and next largest amounts odd cents This shows grant activity in laud in the county and also proves that Madison County is not dead as some of our moss backs claim lioeth and Barrett Monday the Kentucky Cen Â¬ tral began selling round trip tickets to Cincinnati good until the 14th for 4 80 so a9 to give people an oppor tun ty to see the celebrated aotors Wednesday they Booth and Barrett appear in Othello Thursday King Lar Friday Merchant of Venice Saturday matinee Hamlet Saturday night Julius Crosar On Eye Dr J Tj Howe late of Central Uni- Â¬ versity lectured at the Pelytealinlc on The Relation of the Eyo to Color in Louisville on Monday of last week and the Times facetiously remarks that in discussing the various colored eyes Prof Howe failed to touch on red eye In a community where this is such a common variety tuoh an omission is a flagrant oversight Marriage Licences The following marriage licenced were issued during the moulii of Oolober E T Nefeoti to Famiie II Riddell Win A Robinson to Emma F Wliit taker J W Stivers to Ella Harris Waller Salle to Mary F Roberts Douglas Young to B W Garrett W T Green to Nannie Todd T JL Pertitis to Suite A Harvey John J f arrison to Ella Snowden John W Rud to Mury Owens Henry T Wright to Luoifer Aua Abney Ab a nn Hume to Jsliztibeth Tatuin John Fortune to Eliza A Foly Wm P Terry to Sereay Powell Henry T Woodson to Edith Fooster addressed to The Climax office reach ed here last week It was full of curi- Â¬ osities One is an Iguana a species of lizard ami measures thirty eight inches in leuitth its tail occupying half the measurement It has red eyes dark 11 eighteen claws teeth thorny row of spikes on its bick its jaws resemble a black mule with the mumps and altogether presents a Deer Hauling ferocious aspect But it is or rather Messrs Bates Shackelford Samuel was harmles- - except it would climb Bennett Jr and Col John Faulkner the plum trees aud eat the best plums of Richmnmlftiid Messrs John White It can climb up but not down so and Hume Embry of Silver Creek when it gets all the plums it lets go left Friday for a hunt in Tennessee and falls They live about the Cap They drove over to Nicholasville tains yard and garden and eat from where they met a parly of gentlemen Ills hand He says a stew made from from Garrard Fayette and Jessamine their flesh is good but he does not like counties and the whole party with the meat This rare animal in this their dogs guns and camping outfit country and the only one ever here boarded the Cincinnati Southern rail- Â¬ hangs on the wall of our sanctum road lor Bledsoe county which is iu Another even liuer curiosity is a the central part of Tennessee and right transverse and longitudinal sectioti in the heart of the Cumberland moun- Â¬ of a stalactite from a cave on the tains A number of years ago the Island ot Navassa It weighs ten club was established by a parly of pounds and the cut surfaces are pol Â¬ gentlemen and when it was impos- ished like a plate glass mirror The sible for a member to go the place was color is yellowish and exhibiting supplied by a friend of the absent one marks of progress in formation or so year after year as the toll approach- Â¬ layers looks not unlike fine oak or ed preparations were made for the reg Â¬ ash In speaking of the caves the Cap- Â¬ ular deer hunt Last year the party tain says There are many but was successful and brought home none 60 large as the Mammoth or some very fine venison When the gorgeous as liUray Some of these parties return from their bunt n ven Â¬ cives are thickly studded with stalac- Â¬ ison supper would be ires apropos tites aud by tapping them with a stick you cau get enough different bounds from different sized points to A Depot Show Richmond was visited last week by represent the notes of a musical lr anew kind of show inasmuch as it strument ami make such music that remained at the depot while here It others readily recognize A glass covered case contains four was a passenger car with nil the seats removed In the center was an aqua crabs Two of them are as large as a mans Ost aud beautifully colored rium filled witli lisb turtles alligators etc and iu cages around tiie wails was They are land crabs and are numer- Â¬ an aviary iu which were some beauti- Â¬ ous mixing up witli the lizards about Their shells are easily ful birds with gorgeous plumage espe Â¬ the premises broken They cau be tamed and will cially a gulden phea5untRt--cIies- t nutH white mice and rabbits mouk eat from your hand They are good ey coouh mermaids and suukes also for food They drink by thrusting were caged The great feature of the their claws into the water and then Anaconda licking the claws The small ones in bhow was an enormous was fed on the beautiful white the box are sea crabs They venture which An pigeons that tilled a cage and the white out of the water a short distance old cat from the house makes daily rabbits were carried also for the same purpose tuw niggling monster lias visits to the wharf to catch sea crabs A rough and ready looking specimen aboutlhree eating sprees a 3 ear and when he gets hungry he is like the girl Is a stick that looks at a distance like iu the fifty cents song his appetite a tall cabbage stalk huviog rings But in- Â¬ is immense He pounces upon the something like a coons tail spection reveals a murderous club rabbit and sucks its blood coiling aroutid its body atid squeezing it like heavy and tough It is from the Is- Â¬ a lemon winds up the performance land of Hayti but the name was not Captain Tipton says that ascertained by swallowing it whole the natives think there is In the slick a subtle poison a portion of which is The Price of Cattle imparted to any one struck with it Cattle are lower in price than they and therefore recovery is Impossible A bottle contains water from the remarked Mr have been since 1841 Talton Embry the well known cattle Caribbean Sea That sea is noted for man the other day I recollect in its deep blue color yet the water has that year I bought some cattle the less color than rain water A fragment of an ancient bowl of he continued first 1 ever bought and paid i n head for them I rec unburned or at least unglazed clay collect too thai one of my neighbors evidences that the Island of Navassa sold a small lot of cattle at that price was inhabited by a pre hlstorio race and took in part pay a good sorrel It is not beautiful to behold nor even ueful in its broken condition but In- Â¬ mare valued at 12 teresting as a relic What do you think ot the future in Theeudofa coconut limb and sev- Â¬ cattle wo asked eral branches from the palm are nice The price lv bound to be better ioti see Hie number of slop cattle in souvenirs A fragment 0 granite from Rio the State fur Bntne years has been thirty Â¬ tp forty thousand while now thwe are Jauerio and a boulder from the Isth mus of Panama the latter having been not more than five thousand When do you think the rise will taketi from the DeLes3eps canal A cm ions soup bona looking frag begin must oome right soon Next ment of a fctnlagmite and several walk Â¬ It spring will see the bett cattle market ing canee close the exhibition Would Kentucky has had for many a year be glad to have you call and sec them Range cattle are not as prosperous The man who has never sworn at for several reawme as they lfave beenntia the price will rise rapidly a telephone never saw one Milwau- Â¬ kee Journal and high Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stockton The business of White must be settled up at once Our notes Having decided to quit farmingI will and accounts are iu the hands of Mr T E Urm toit who will be found dur on ing business hours nt the drug store of Nov Willi- Either member of Wednesday1 StoclUon the firm aud also Mr Urmston is au proceed to sell to the highest bidderon the thorized to sigu the firm name iu set Â¬ Â¬ EAST JpAXA Public Â¬ Sale in they sell at the same prices you have to SEXXS FOR CASH ONLY pay for the same Goods and you will find out that you can buy a whole lot of Goods lor a little money m AllY EAST1RIT MARKET Â¬ 23 EYERYTHIN IS VERT LH 1rai Â¬ premises near Foxtown tlement Unless your account is paid or satis- county my factorily arranged tit ones e will bring Respectfully suit WHI lE STOCKTON 91 AND Â¬ Madison STOCK CEOP 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 Remaining unclaimed iu the Post ollice at Richmond Ky week ending XE5TTERS FamiM inai Nov 8 1887 Haggard William Brown Albert King William Boggie Nannie Lady Hattie Chambers Robt Mopin Martha R Campbell Mrs Moore Wm or Mary L Christopher Crittenden R H Oacks Malinda Comener Jennie Rihton Bell Davis George L Rose Cordelia Davis Killa Steele Mortis 2 Dozter Sid Stone America Fulton Green Stone Hannah Giner Joe Walker Amanda Harris James Harris Mrs James Advertised matter will be held two weeks after date of advertisement aud then if undelivered will be Sent to the dead letter office Post office hours from 6 A M to 7 p Money order and registered letter M hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p 21 J B WILLIS p m I have 9 horses One of the rood mares is by Administrator in foal to Vatican i mare by Tommie Wilkes 2 yearlings by Mambrino Eric 2 colts 1 oy Vatican and 1 by rieans Administra- Â¬ a nice three j ear old gelding 16 tor nanas wen broken to harness one pair brown mare mules 16 hands 1 three- year old mare mule 155 hands 2 mule cotts i lot ot jack stock consisting of jack 15 hands three years old 1 year 26oct ling jack I jennet and jck colt 2 two year old jenrets 250 ood ewes and 8 aoutnaown bucks 4 calves 40 shoats some plows gear and other implements and a lot of oas Terms easy and made known on day of sale Sale at 1 oclock MRS NANCY BJONES Z E Bush Auctioneer 2n3 Hints Cloaks and Jackets in Large GO AND SEE THEM tf self HOw OHEP YOU C BUY NOW Variety I have a full and complete stock of Dry Goods Flannels hawls Jeans ilankets v Public Sale I will sell to the highest bidder on LAND AT 3 1 -- Saturday Nov 121887 My Home place consisting of LIU we will on SALE TP IN 50 Acres t11 under cultivation about one half mile from Kingston ou the Muddy Creek road and within 300 yards of the Rig Hill pike The land adjoins the farms of Joseph Gibbs Thomas Uiblis Richard Jones aud William Buluer It is convenient to churches aud schools The place is well improved It litis ou it a good M Lai House5 As Executors of Jacob Huguely d and a whole lot of Goods at prices to astonish you All wool Tricot Cloth 37c per yard All wool Plaid Flannel 25c per yard Silk Velvets in all colors 75c per yard Â¬ May 1 1 22 87 CLOAKS I am simply over stocked and must reduce same for Ladies Misses and Children at Bottom Prices SO at tlie hour of 1 oclock a m at the late residence of said Huguely in Madison County Ky ofL r at public sale to the highest bidder Dwelling 1m Real Mate Finest Stony Run branch of Otter Creek It will be sold in two tracts One tract of owned by Jacob Huguely in his lifetime Satd land is located on the waters of the NOTE THE PRICE with four rooms aud hall a No 1 cis tern buggy houe aud all outbuIIdiiiKS and one of the best stables In the county There is a good orchard on the place I will aleo sell my horse and buggy and a lot of household and kitchen furniture Much of the furniture is nearly new Terms easy aud made known ou day of bale Bale at 1 oclock W B STIVERS P P Ballard Auctioneer It 30 81 ACRES With the house and the other of on the opposite side of the county road One quarter of an acre of land will be re- Â¬ served around the grave yard from the sale The 68 acres are well set in grass The 3oS acre tract is improved by a Embossed Gold Paper worth 1 reduced to 50 cents Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents Mce Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced to 10 cents the largest stock in the city and I am going to sell them way down I never know what it is to miss a sale Â¬ CLOTHING for Men and Boys Overcoats in all styles Odd Coats Odd Pants Odd Tests for half price to get rid of them u EXECUTORS SALE Good Dwelling House cistern barns orchard outbuildings and every thing that goes to make up a com- Â¬ on As Executor of the estate of Henry N fortable home The land is of superior Wells I will on fertility and well located and watered 10 on Ceilings 15 TERMS -- The land will be sold upon a credit until the first day of January selec- Â¬ Gall in at 2 oclock p in sell to the highest bid- Â¬ iSSS for one half of the purchase money der and a credit until the first day of January go 1889 for the other one hdf of the pur- Â¬ chase money The purchaser will be reHouses quired to execute notes with good security for the purchase money bearing interest from day of sale at six per cent Julvi3 tf Possession will be given of the home The first is the house on the South side place at once and of the 68 acres January of Main street occupied by Mrs Sallie 1 1888 Cobb Pei sons desiring to look tovcr the land T7o bufld TRACTION and POErABLE ENGINES of all etws Tho Oszous The second is the house on the South will apply to any of the undersigned who side qf Main street just above the one will take pleasure in bow ing name REV0LVIKOBTBAW3TACKEB3jiadSAWMIIiS Aeanta mentioned JAMES V HUGUELY Tlie third is on the East side of EstHt yfasaRoaiNsow fBS- wftlfeSii SQUIRE L HUGUELY f II 5z- i X JkcSrv dTlRlcmoniLkNfZxSr5Sw-j- - rBir fni avenue now occupied by James A I man JACOB HUGUELY vATC- SNa 7 J InOlana v4r HVq wsggfc fc VfSMrHnt ALSO ONE SHARE OF STOCK IN Executor THE FAIR GROUNDS Z E Busir Auctioneer Terms easy and made known on day of P S At the tame time we will sell 6aie About to bairels of corn about o shocks CYRUS T WELLS of fodder a straw rick and 3 stacks of Executor Henry N Wells estate jn4 2nov3U Saturday November 26 and Lots Q Â¬ RISBUC52SB FRIGES BEMEMBBR we hang your Paper the walls at cents per Bolt and at cents per Bolt early order to get choice a great many other articles too numer quick at prices and tions as goods are bound to ous to mention I have a house full of named goods GEO M WILLGING SSveryflimg at HATS AND GAPS Will Buy Them a coTK Cheap Come for Bargains to the Cheapest Store in Richmond The Palace Dry Goods Clothing and Shoe House of And Cash T V t X t JjLcx xfer 5pjse3s -- WBgarw fr t THE CLIMAX FREKCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1S7 I Hot I HOW EASY IT IS s season as possible s ls must be used and those mus bo planted as early in tne spring as possible in fact as soon as the ground oan be properly pro pared If this is done tho onions will bo ready for use in the green state by June and in July the crop can be gathered and stored in any dry airy situation nnd tho ground can bo pre-Â¬ pared for another crop A deep rich loamy soil is tho most suitable for this crop and it should receive a good dressing of woll decayed stablo manure which should be as thor- Â¬ oughly incorporated with the soil as possible and then a thorough harrow lug should bo given to level it off as nicely as possible when it should bo neat marked off in rows about sixteen iuches Till she drew on her shoe With a horn A day is tee lesg to be spent in rain She found twas too tight she grew red and Sense gead should come as the hours go by apart and two inches in depth grew whites Seme tangled ssaae may be more plain In those rowa or drills the sets are And then she acknowledged the corn Sese lowered jrlaee may be raised on high has shed tho blood of his fellowmen pUced about three inches apart each Exchange And We is too short to spoU Wee this like water set or bulb being pressed down firmly If only a pretade K maybe sweet It Is my painful duly niadamc Ask him rejoin J Let as feted together Hs thread of bliss how many so that it will keep its place and when to inform you that lightning he said And neansh the flowers aresnd oar feet murders he has committed all arc planted the row or drill should has just struck your husband BapHtt irHj Did it A momentary gleam of cunning be filled in with the rake so as to strike him more than oncj she asked twinkles in the sunken eyes The old cover the sots or bulbs completely As No maam Thank tiger is evidently suspicious and stands soon as tho rows can bo distinguished anxiously sho said with a Heavon its no worse on his guard tho crops should bo thoroughly hoed If lightning only Men Who Commit Murder as a Re Â¬ I can not tell ho answers with an and the hoeing should bo repeated as aigh of relief ligious Rite indifference which under such circum- Â¬ ofton as nccossary until about the struck John once holl pull through stances has in it so mething indescrib- Â¬ middle of June when it will commence Puck That there is no limit to tho com I didnt keep count of to mature and about the first week in Voll says tfee landlord of our ably ghastly plica ions of the English languago was them beyond a hundred July it will be fully matured when the ntal at Jalwdpar tho half way Pretty well mutters the in onions can be gathered and tho ground well illustrated the other day Scene Â¬ journoy from Born ef the but Uoloncl Xaylor s pris Â¬ prepared for another fall crop Butit A hotel piazza Mrs H lughton surnow that youve spector Lay to Calcutta of young gentle oner Ameor Ali owned to 700 seen the rums of the Hindu citadel should Ic understood U11t the onions rounded by a party I wonder whon tho He must have been a nice young can be used as soon as they are half mon and ladies imd hee orer the unlive cantonment is pronounced observed L grown or larijc enough for use Whon regatta and visited the temple on the hill yon Â¬ man that Ameer Ali Quick response from comii g off You remember his saying Wo gathered they shnull bo spread out der ail gone round the marble rocks1 My four Hanghton of the XetiMMblha theres nothing left finally decided to murder the men di thinly in a dry airy situation until Margory comiug off aged Tableau garters rectly after our evening prayers fer yoa to see exoeut the thugs wanted for use To rocuro the sots Just then I noticed that the line of hov- Â¬ or small bubs the seed should be sown Harpers Bazar The grim nams saemed to strike You havent got any of those npea me with a sudden chill often els has a gap in it every here and there in a nicely prepared but not enriched for it is one as if a hut had fallen or been pulled border as early in the spring as possi- Â¬ bountiful shades of oolor you had tho tttwagk I heard it before inquired thing to hear or read altout the terrible down and the inspector tells me with ble Sow in drills about tenfotin other othor day have yon Stranglers of the East and quite a look of unwonted awo upon his bold length one fool amr and about an a fair shopper of the dry goods clork No but wevo got somo of those nnether thing to find oneself unexpect- Â¬ bluff face that whenever one of these inch in depth S iw thickly covering edly faee to face with them More Â¬ wretches dies his house is instantly the seed to about half an inch in depth beautiful shades of color that wo over although I have already seen or razed to the ground as if to efface his and keep the young plants well cul- Â¬ didn t have then and have been try- Â¬ diasry mnrdererj hy the score in Si- Â¬ verv memory from the earth tivated and free from weeds until the ing to get for the past seven years Now before wo go says I to our tops begin to decay when the small Yon cant got tho host of a dry --goods beria chain gaags West Indian peni Â¬ I mean to see for myself bulbs should be taicen up and stored as clerk in his lino of business Hart- Â¬ tentiaries Braailian prisons Turkish conductor how the strangling was done Oblige advised for largo bulbs The bulbs ford Post and Syria fortresses this is my first A husband who was iu tho habit of ojspericaee of men who turn murder me by telling this man to put his used for sots shou d never exceed half iteaK into a religion pray devoutly for noose round my wrist for I dont care an inch in diameter If larger they are always correcting his wifes state- Â¬ its sstceess and offer up IteartfeH to trusthira with my throat apt to rm to seed Thoso that are ments remarked when she mentioned The savage eagerness with which about the size of a pea are tho most that she was born on the twenty first thaaksgiviag to Heaven when it is You mean tho first my the withered old skeleton obeys the call suitable as they produce the finest of April dee as if filled with fresh life by even the bulbs The varioty principally grown doar not the twenty first You were TheTlwgs echoes an American tewiet who has the next root to oura make believe show of murder is fear- Â¬ for this purpocc is lh Yellow Du oh born on the first of April jou know Etopptag oat suddenly up mi the veran Â¬ ful to sec Knotting a small coin in although tho Large Red Wethorsfiold at which the exasperated wife ex- Â¬ People might woll think Wei Im just starting to have the corner of his handkerchief to give and While Portugal arc grown to a claimed da a look at them myself so if you and him a sure hold he slips the noose limited extent but the sets of tho lat- Â¬ so considering the choics I made of a N T Ledjer Tew lady are ready to sro I niess wc around my arm and then bringing ter are considered rather difficult to husband his knuckles together with a sudden keep over winter C E larneli in Wife reading the paper I see oMt all start together twist gives my wrist a squeeze that Sural New Jorker that considerable discus ioi has arisen Away we all three go accordingly among experts as to whether the Met Â¬ along the broad straight dusty high almost makes the bone crack The awful change that passes over ropolitan Storeage warohonse was or road which is fortunately shaded to FOREST TREE SEEDS was not fireproof Husband some extent from the burning sun by his face at that moment baffles all His dull flimsy eyes The Proper TVay of Preserving Tliem Was the building Yes Wfe the vat banner like leaves of the palm description During the tt inter Yes Hiisbtnd trees that stand ranked like soldiers seem to blaze with hell fire his sharp Many of those who attempt to raise totally destroyod Wifo along either side of the way alternat- Â¬ white teoth are laid bare in a wolf Â¬ forest trees from the seed meet with burned to the ground ish grin his shriveled corpse like ing with dumps of feath ry bamboos Welt now that it is a disnpponlment from not preserving thoughtfully whose crested tips tapering like features qniver with a ferocious joy so the seeds properly or from not know- Â¬ mass of ruins I suppose tho matter gigantic fishing poles sway languidly fiendish that an actual demon starting ing that some trees ripen their seeds will be very difficult to determine up before me could scarcely be raoro ap ia the morning hrecse Snitli who liclongs to a club The thought of that face in spring or early summer and that want d his friond Brown to j du it and As we pansed for a moment to ad Â¬ ialing these mist be sown as soon as ripe mire the beautiful little green paro bending over some helpless man in The same genns sometimes has speeio3 asked the privilege of proposing him the gloomy depths of tho forest just qnete that are flitting to and fro over Bur suppose thoy have this peculiarity while others for membership liead with impish screeches a shrill as the fatal nooso tightens is alto-Â¬ that Oil queried Brown ripon in the fall in the usual m inner blackball me cry makes us spring aside just in time gether too much for my nerves and it Thus while the seeds of the swamp or nonsense said Smith Why my to avoid an enormous elephant that is with a long breath of relief that I red maple and tlioe of the silver dear fellow theres not a man in the oosnes tramping aroutd a bend of the find myself outside the fatal iuclosure in the spring or early club tliHt knows any thing about you road with a perfect mountain of for Â¬ once more David Ker in N Y maple ripon sugar and otlier maple At which a bystander sarcastically re- Â¬ summer the Times age on Re back while the slim sharp What a pleasant way ripen their reeds in the autumn and marked Miabout fentttrnd whose Idriver AY must be kept until the following Smith has of putting things How They Telegraph in China brown limbs and white roba make him Much of the succes in raising Ledger spring leek like a cgar wrapped in paper The Chinese Government officials Mrs Readyfurnished I loll you ts perch od on its neck and tfrges it have lines of wires from Sha lghai to forest trees from seeds depends upon Mr Da Poykins there is not a bedbug having the seeds properly preserved on with an occasional prod of his the north and south well established during the winter They must not be in my hous3 and you aro a mean short iron hook and in good working order With reÂ¬ allowed to got too dry nor must tho moan tuiug to say mat tney ve ooen Who are these Thugs anyhow gard to the difficulty of telegraphing moisture and tomporature bo such biting you Its all your imagina Â¬ asks the American as we more on as stated in a morning paper that pub Â¬ Mr De Poykins scratching will bo com- Â¬ tion germination that again I just know theyre always lished an interview with Captain menced before they aro sown nor himsolf reflectively I say Mrs tnnrduring people and thats about Brady of Philadelphia that Is all non- Â¬ should they be what is tho greatest exposed to such a low Readyfurnished all I do know sense Since 1873 there has been a temperature that thi vitality of tho nation in the world Mrs Ready- Â¬ Well said I nwHt of what I cable between Hong Kong and Shang- Â¬ embryo will be impaired sullenly I dont know When in furnished know comes from Coloiel Sileman hai Other lines are in working Mr De Poykins and I dont care seed best preserve a and Clonal Meadows Taylor who order and there has never been any doubtithow to about twice itstree Iniagi nation putting on his hat with bulk ol mix were the chief agents in putting them difficulty experienced by the Chinese The other evening I was dining damp sand not wet sand but good uown xne original system years in sending messages It requires sharp sand just dug out of a bank with a friend who has a daughter a ago was simply a ooutinual about 7000 characters to conduct tho The seed thus mixed with sand should pretty littlo tot of four years who is human sacrifice Kali the cvery day ordinary transactions in be placed where it will be at an evon very fond of ice cream Wh n the to go Hess of murder from whom Chinese mercantile afftirs A book temperature of a fow dogrees above desert was served she got her sharo of Calcutta Kali Eittah or Ktli s Tem containing the characters numbered where mice and other the frozen dainty and immediately put pi took its name The theory was from 1 to 7003 has been printed by freezing and vermin may not get at it Huts ol a big lump in her mouth Her tongue 1 at th e irth was over peopled and the telegraph authorities and if a man was of course immediately numbed by especially thai the Kalis servants the Thugs wants to send a messago he simply tho hard shelled kind sho had haj to clear off the superfluous ponu wires numbers representing the char- Â¬ should not be allowed to get dry tho the cold morsel and when Mamma hickories walnut and butternuts worried it down sho said lajon by a little judicious murdering acters and the receiver marks down should be placed in heaps of a few mamma mo cant talk any more my every now and then So whenever the numbers at tho end of the line thpy could waylay any roan in a lone-Â¬ Reference is made to the book and the bushels and carefully covered with mouths asleep old pasture and ly place they strangled him with a characters are ascertained This sys- Â¬ sods from anwith several inches the REBUKING THE TEACHER oi turf covered E k handkerchief and then buried tem has been working for the last earth If turf is not readily procured him and this they called the good thirteen years A Libel On School 3Inrms anil the Fe Â¬ and has given cover the heap with straw and placo male Sex in General work satisfaction to tho Chinese --rSan on this several inches of soil These A number of Dakota countios have I wonder what theyd call a bad Francisco Chronicle heaps must be in a dry place where lady superintendents of schools While work then mutter my companion wator will not accumulate and in ono one of thom was recently making tho Street Railway Sleepers Well thU went on for ages upon whore vermin will not disturb them rounds of the schools in accordance nges without any one having the Tho longest street car line in the Chestnuts which arc very apt to got with law sho drove up to one little Â¬ it least suspicion of Men kept disap world is in the Argentine Republic too dry may be preserved in sand as pearing hear and there and nobody South Amorica and it will also be tho mentioned above American Aqri school hou3o on tho prairie at about eleven oclock in tho forenoon and knew how At first the murders were only line in the world to run sleeping found tho scholars all out playing Eimpiy a religions rite without any cars for the accommodation of its culturUL about the yard Two of tho boys woro thought of plunder but afterwards patrons The road has 203 miles of THE ENGLISH HAT indulging In a fight another pair were they began to combine robbery with track connecting a number of towns murder and to pick out as victims in the vicinity of Buenos Ayres and An Article an Sacred to an englishman as learning to chew tobacco whilo the othor3 were playing marbles for keeps Ills Beard to a Mussulman those who were worth plundering its equipment has been supplied by a In walking the fashionable streets of and adjusting an old but largo and However the English had been in Philadelphia car company Horses India for years before any one dream- Â¬ are used as a motive power instead of London one can hardly fail to be struck corpulent teakettle to a dogs tail ed that Thuggee existed At last a steam because fuel is doar horses with the well dressed look of gentle- The superintendent learned that thero Thug chief being under sentence for choap and the people are slow men of all ages The special point in had been no school so far that day some erime betrayed his comrades to Two tons of coal will buy a which tho Londoner excels all othor and when sho tvent into the sehool citizens I am conversant with is the houso sho said to the young lady gave his own life and then the whole horse and harness The sleeping I have not forgotten Berargers teacher somewhat severely out came story the cars are a curiosity and They are four in hat Qnoique lenrs chapeauz soient bien lalds Is this tho kind of a school you arc Thugs were seized and im Â¬ number eighteen feet in length and moi i alme les Anglais I fear I shall bo obliged to prisoned At first the British Commis- Â¬ are furnished with four berths each but in spite of it I believe in tho En teaching cancel your certificate and havo you sioner of the district where the dis whieb are made to roll np when not in glish hat as the best thing of its ugly covery was made wouhlntbelieve that use The cars are furnished with lav- Â¬ kind As for tho Englishmans feel- Â¬ removed from the school Why why I 1 didnt know you all these horrors could have been going atories water coolers linen presses ing with reference to it a foreigner were coming on so long without being found out and other conveniences and are fin- Â¬ might bo pardoned for thinking it was Ah thats just it I know you but when the old chief dug up thirteen ished througbont with mahogany his fetich a North American Indian didnt but I did como and caught I skeletons on the very spot where the Tho othor cars arc 4 double decked for looking at it as taking tho cousmlSiouers tent was pitched he open cars 20 platform cars 20 gon Â¬ place of his own medicino bag you I shall be obliged to ask you to But here dola cars 6 refrigerator cars 4 poul- Â¬ It is a common thing for the band in your resignation immediate began to change ids mind ly ac are at the place try cars furnished 11 ith coops 8 cattle Englishman to say his prayers into But but Miss Rhetoric let me ex- Â¬ We halt suddenly before a tall gray cars 2 derrick cars for lifting heavy as he sits down in his pew Can it it be IV gloomy building at the door of which material and 200 box cars They will that this imparts a religious character plain I dont think you can make any 1 announce myself as a newspaper cor- Â¬ be ready for shipment in a few days to the article However this may be satisfactory explanation as I noticed respondent and we are at once admit- Â¬ American Manufacturer the truo Londoners hat is cared for as you were sitting here reading when I although the Ilindu janitor looks ted reverentially as a High Church altar came in An Impudent Coffee Thief with no small wonder at Mrs Ker as off its coming shines I was al Â¬ Par But thats just it I was reading she enters and asks whether the bibi A certain Albany grocer to make a ways impressed by the fact that evon loqne lady is a correspondent also good show has been in tho habit of with us a well bred gentleman in re-Â¬ the New York Style and io3hion J st then up comes the English in Â¬ leaving coflVo bags filled with sand in duced circumstances never forgets to and The Style and Fashion What spector who greets us heartily and front of his store during the day time keep his beaver well brushed and I iishors as into what looks at first sight The other night by mistake one of rcmomber that long ago I spoke of tho next months number Yes like a childrens industrial school in the bags was not taken in Covetous hat as tho ultima ni morions of what My goodness I didnt know it had Scores of little brown eyes saw what appeared to be a bag of we used to call gontility the last full action figures are plaiting baskets twisting coffee and the covetous man paid 2 thing to perish in tho decay of a gen- Â¬ como yot let me soo It ploase Im just dying to kuow how to make routes or cutting out sheets of canvas for a wagon and after dark confiscated tlemans outfit His hat is as sacred my now polonaise Say you ought to for lenl making as busily as bees to an Englishman as his board o a see that lovoly piece of summer goods the bag and drove JT with it He dis- Â¬ But where on earth are the mur Â¬ covered thatit was filled with sand and Mussulman Oliver Wendell Holmes that I got at Noproftt Slaughters cried my American friond derer that he was out 2 and then had tho in Atlantic its ji st too sweet for any thing Isrt t st ring around him li amazement assurance to send a threatening letter that a love of a wrapper Im going If these children are precocious to the grocery man telling him of the There Were Two of Them to havo one like It or no I believe I c mgh to strangle grown men already fact and stating that if he did not send like this best I dont know either Â¬ 1 hats this cried Bill Hello they go a long ways ahead of our Yan 82 to him be gave a fictitious name theyre both perfectly lovely Etc kee hoys at home through the post office he would ex as he bolted up in bed andlookcd into etc and so forth Dakota Bell this is only a reformatory says pose his dishonesty Tho schemo did the muzzl of a revolver 0 Your money or your life whore we not work Albany Journal called the Inspector laughing An Original Man out a boarso voec keop the children of Thugs or Tugs What you would not rob me Tho casual visitor had dropped in to Few people nowadays if asked as they are really called a very good Tho who was the first Governor of Illinois wonld you quoth Bill talk with the editor and uponed by name for stranslers 1 would 1 wonder why newspaper saying papas are in their village just across would answer Patrick Henry Yet You con correspondents road which tlieyre is the case j theleave and if you like never allowed this authorities in An act was passed byÂ¬ tinued do not know who I am dealer Â¬ old stale and generally select such Bill hackneyed names as well go over the I am a coal October 1778 creat40 VcritasObservor and CLizon ing the County of Illinois in the State Honor among s5 and look at them I dont know Taxpayer is nn lint the robber had tied with a I On tho other side of the road stands of Virginia which embraced tho 0010 a high bamboo palisade above which torritory now forming the States of bafflad cry of rage The Earllu Yes and VoxPopuli peer the grass thatches of a number of Ohio Indiana Illinois Mchigan and AndJustitia The last reliable censu3 returns making probably the native huts The one narrow en Â¬ Wisconsin tiny tAnd Junius trance of this inclosurc is gHardcd by largest county over organized exceed- Â¬ those of 1880 and 188L show only four iK 11111 one In American - And Wituess Slklt soldier ing tho whole of greatBritain and Ire cities In magnificent n I have brought you anariiclo that as laud and thus the great orator of tho with over 1 XW 0 Y MiabHunts- - They strong and shapely tall Hercules j American revolution Patrick Henry are London 47C5 GQl Paris 2 2G3- - J may como In handy on a dulbdpy of statue bronze name did you 8ighF 023 B rlln l122S60Tiepna 1103 whose bold swarthy lace and keen then Governor of Virginia became th More Anon Lmcoln Journal- 857 alidNnvTorkr206593 Wack eyes look very picturesque ba first Governor of Illinois easy tt is to spoil a day The tbmgbtleM irerds of cherished friends The S9tnh set ef a ofeUd at pl y Tfce strength of uHl that wfl net bona The slight of a eesarade the seora of a toe T smile that is full of bluer things They an can tarnish its goWeo clow And take the Brace f rem its airy wings Haw easy Km to speMaday By the ferae of a tbesght we did not eheckl Xdde by Utile ire moM the day And MtUe flaws may the vessel wreck The careless waste of a white wtoged hoar That fcsM tee btestegs we long had sought The saafleu less of wealth or power ABd 1 the day is wtth ill in wrought How easy H Is to spoil a rKe Afidsnusy are spoiled ere well beguu In soae life darkened by sin and strife Or downward coarse of a cherished one By ton that robs the form of its grace And sndermiaes till health sires way By tee peevish temper the frowning face The hopes that go and the cares that stay noath his crimson turban After ex Â¬ changing a word or two with our con- Â¬ ductor as he steps back with a mili- Â¬ tary salute to let us pass in and tho next moment we are standing amid the most formidable gang of murderers upon the face of the earth The theory that every man wears on his countcnanco the stamp of his naturo is truo only within certain limits Many cf the great criminals whom I have seen bore in their faces a terrible warning of what they were but with the Thugs of Jabalpur it is not so Theso human vampires who now gather rouud me every one of whom has takon more lives than any public executioner in Europe are to tho outward eye a sot of quiet slouching meager old men who might bo a gang of beggars a group of harm- Â¬ less villago folk a party of super- Â¬ annuated native workmen or any thing on earth but what they really arc Thats the chief whispers my guide pointing to a small lean gray beard with a white turban who is sit- Â¬ ting before the nearest hut rocking a child on his knee and stroking its thin little brown face with the hand that CULTURE Valuable Suggestions by a IVoll Kuown ONION Grower of Vegetables FULL OF FUN FACTS FOR FARMERS LOCAL DIRECTORY LODGE D1UKOT0UY TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT Of all the methods employed to cure a crop of onions for market or home use sowing tho seed for tho main crop is the simplest and best But as it is not only very desirable but absolutely necessary in amateur garÂ¬ dening to obtain onions as early in the se- Â¬ Now Husband Who is that wait- - 1 Bride raising or staring at you My Slvdrcsd husband her glasses if I am not mistakon dear Dont Town Topics miml him I see vou are fetlll teamster for 1 No sir Brown While Patrjek Iused to be but row I am their mas Â¬ and as the ter of transportation whip cracked the heavy dray- - moved on said tho youthful Chiiumy if yo say dat wasnt out umpire again Ill fino yer tree chiny marbles and de new knife yer father giv yer Jimmy was Play ball dore will ye discreetly Bilont AforcAanJ Traveler A young lady wishes to know if you can toll any thing about a gentle Â¬ man by tho color of his eyes Wo should not liko to risk any positivo reÂ¬ ply but will venture to say that some-Â¬ thing can bo dotorminud by tho color Exchange of his nose Acknowleiged the Corn Sho vowed that her feet were bath tiny and According to a recont estimate thero aro soyp thousand varieties of apples in tliiTcbdjry If not allowed to set onco in a whilo a hen will lay smillor oggs than Chatham Courier othorwisc Filthy hogpens in co proximity to tho house meai perlmpi death Our Coun- Â¬ to members of tho family try Home To train a flock of sheep ralso a lamb at the house tench it to come whon called and then put in with tho flock By calling tho petted lamb tlio others will follow Tho fanner of to day with brains and ambition to make his farm pay must clear his mind of cobwebs and his back of moss Ha must road as Farm well as labor with his hands Field and Stockman of Missouri Professor S inborn First Saturday in every month C8UXTY OFFICERS MASONIC iL B Richmond Lodge No 35 meats 2nd and 4h Tuesday in each month J SPEED SMITH W M B J Kewlox Secretary Rkhtmmd R A Chapter No 16 meets 3rd Tuesday in each month W F FRANCIS H P D P Aa MKit Secretary RICHMOND COMMXNDERY ICO County Judge J C ChenaUlt County Clef k Thomas Thorpe County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N It Deaiherage Jailor George V Maupin Coroner Alexander Norris Surveyor B F Crookc Asesor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda Million CITY OFFICERS lliffi AND kind- r 1 buildei OOHFTB JLGTO H Is prepared lo do all 10 Cky Judge first Tuesday in eaclt Visiting air Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander D P Akjier Recorder month Reguar inciting H C Rice City Attorney A J Reed City Collector R A Barlow- City Clerk Wm G White CITY POLIOE BUILDING AND COSTIJA WORK AT THE MOST J D Feeney nnd J A Mershon CITY COUNCIL Reasonable ami in the bast manner Uk Safes Indian thugs Agricultural Cdlege bBliovos that fine ground coin job meal has a high valuo and course cob meal but littlo as pig feed Ho thinks tho formor bettor thon clear meaL Carrotts aro said to bo cxcollcnl food for horses giving a sleek oily ap pearance to their hair As from five hundred to ono thousand bushols may bn raised to tho aero on good land we think thoy might bo mado profitable for homo use Indianoptis Sentinel In buying pig3 for breeding stock tho best i3 the choapest though it cost a little more money Tho roason why breeders justify thomselves In saving runts is because somo man aro thought- Â¬ less enough to buy them at alowprice ChriMian at Work One of the principal causes of failÂ¬ Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksvillc meets Saturday evening before the fulL moon in every month T E SHANKS W M J M Smith Secretary J D Mitchell Mayor First Ward J Stone Walker Third Ward Owen McKoe Fourth Ward J W Caperton JUSTICES OF THKPACECONSTAnLESAND PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING COURT MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND NOVEMBER Second Ward G W Evans Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston Saturday evening before the full moon in everv month JAMES M BOEN W M J C Witt Secretary meets H wj He i a roughly educated Carpc r and builder and hose content ing building will do well to woire an estimate from him Office at his roddence on Hi Irvine Street Jljr32 tf Waco Lodge No 33S at Waco meets 4th Saturday in every month D G MARTIN W M W T FiELiBit Secretary John D Hamiton Lodge No 57S at Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every month JOHN HILL W M John G Taylor Secretary Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox town meets rd Saturday in every month SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Jacob H Shearer Secretary Berca Lodge No 617 at Betet meets st Saturday Wm M ADAMS W M J C Davis Secretary 00F Madieon Lodge No 14 I O O F meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows Hallon Main Street I -- 13 lej ah ure in prosorvingoggs is that in noarly all cae where the eggs are colluded from different sources a few stale ones get in among those that are fresh thus impairing alL Oily strictly frosh eggs can be preserved The more important point in mak ing pigs profitable is to make them useful To a limitod extent this is done by making the jug a scavenger for the romoval of refuse that would otherwise become oven more offensive than whon it passes through tho pig St Louis RerulAican The influence of the human voice more or less ou all animals should always be kept in mind In manag ing horses ospoeially the voice is ol the greatest use not loud and boisterÂ¬ ous but quiet though confident and No one should ever go mastciful about a horae in any way without speaking Indianapolis Jntrnal Clay soils need artificial aeration much more than sandy land The par- Â¬ ticles of clav are small and adheaivo and so lie close together After being wot by rain and thou drjinginthe sun clay land not well supplied with humus gots hard and compact the piisige of air is barred and plants suffer for lack of aeration until the crust is broken Prof Budd gives the following as his method of destroying gophers at the college farm Wc cut middling sized potatoes into halves and rub the cut stu faces with srychniHe crystals Tlu so pieces are stuck firmly on the sharpened ends of stiff twigs about eighteen inches in length As the burrows of tho gophor are opened a piece of potato is riri in the longth of the stick the outer ond being fastened by sticking it into the earth at the mouth of tae hole If the gopher finds the obstruc ion not easy to re more he gos a chance to taste tho poisonous potato and pronounces it good If put loosely into their runs thoy throw it out in nine ciscs out of ten untastetL Â¬ Â¬ LJ Frazse Secretary MB ARBUCKLE NG Boone Encampment N040 meets every first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Hall on Mam Street Richmond Ky AVL FARLEY C P L J Frazee Scribe 3 meeti second Thursday in each month at Odd Feiiows Hall R A BARLOW Captain Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No L J Frazee Clerk KNIGHTS Richmond District No 1 D P Armer at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm Willis at Court House 1st Saturday Lyman Parrish Constable Foxtown District No 2 G B Million at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th Saturday J S Chenault Constable Union District No 3 Albertis Parks at Union City 1st Saturday John A Turpin at Doylesviile 2nd Saturday K N Lanter Constable Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton at Waco 2nd Saturday John W Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles Oldham Constable Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at Kingston 4th Saturday Leeland D Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday George Young Constable Glade District No 6 James M Wood at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal- Â¬ loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday R G Ballard Constable Kirksvillc District No 7 J M Cotton a Kirksvillc 2nd Saturday Alexander Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M Fowler Constable Poosey District No 8 J N Hendren at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday S D Carpenter Constable Million District No 9 J M Long at Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New by at HolmansJ Store ird Saturday James A Harey Constable 0 -- KfllEOFNID DKAIRK IN FINE- - Whiskies Brandies Cigars 2 o First Street RichmondjKy jne22 tf go C9 MS OF H0X0R Amity Lodge No 15 Kof H meets cverly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Hall at 7 oclock W B BENNY Dictator James TeVis Reporter CHURCH r OTCIMATI 9 DIRFCT8UY moan Mustang a BAPTIST Saturday Case Spring Calvirmtj and Sunday Pastor Rev Wilhtm Ru- pard Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev T L Law son Hayx Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Eld A J TribMe Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday Pastor T L Lawon Brick Church Saturday Kirksrille and Sunday Pastor Rev J AJames Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday and bun Jay alter 4th Saturday Pastor it i POB 88- Sciatisa LnmUtgt Ehesffiatins fcrcttka Sprain Stasias Stiteh DAILY and WEEKLY Bwasi StMs Stimgr tUSJmeib SadkacLs Bit Eraliss Bcauutf Cera Sail Zsrti SpcTia CrvrSj Â¬ FARM WORK Tho llt st Tlmo to lrepare Iaml lor the Next Season The fall is the time to prepare the land for next season and especially for soiling crops The first thing to do however for ground that is to be fall plowed is to iindnlrain it so as to permit tho oxeess of water to pass off early in the spring and also to allow the I 0 it and air to enter as the soiling si stem means oariy crops and quick growth After plowing the land and aiding limosjw it to rye which will ba tho firt groan material to come into service i i the spring As cro s for soiling noel not neeessarily mature or rip in seed several orop3 cm bo grown on tho saoie land but it is better to have several plots upon which crops will come in rotation thus pro i ling a supply of green food from early in tho spring until frost All land intended for growing soiling crop should bj well manured or the time and labor will be lost In fact tho growth of a large amount of green food requires that the soil sioiill bo well supplied with plant food in order to ucoomplish the re- Â¬ sults required Iu enrliness orchard grass clover peas sweet corn oats and Hungarian grass follow rye By May tho rye can bo cut off and a crop of sweet corn put in but the clover and orchard grass will remain fur nnolhor season Oats and peas are sown together and are fed as soon as they bucoma high enough to begin to full down It is surprising how much groan f loi can be growii on an aero of land if tho crop 13 cut gradually and as boon as high enough If the herd of cows be small an acre or two of Hungarian grass will grow up again so rapidly after having bsen cut as to Lecorao apparently i iox hausliblc It is tho supply of a va- Â¬ rioty however that enables the soilÂ¬ ing system to be of such advantage Tho dairyman may feed all the grain ho may prefer but his object should be to grow h s green food on a small and well cultivated area rather than practice tho pasturago method All this calls for a large expense in labor but the saving of manure and fences is an Horn that should bo considered as very important as it is the founda Â¬ tion on which is built all tho wealth of tho farm Every season the crops will be larger until tho land shall be taxed to its fullest capacity but less land will be roqnirod and a large proportion of tho crops will be return- Â¬ ed in tho shape of manure Phil- Â¬ adelphia Ilecord FALL Â¬ each Sunday ehoel 9 Sunday Newspaper In America Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev For inside Information of schemes public Richmond Predettinarian Services 2nd Saturday and Sunday and 4U1 Sunday corporate private or other kind you will bo obliged to read THE EXQCIRER Pastor Rev E H Uornam As to political and social intelligence Sihcr Creek 1st Saturday and 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Rev J A Henderson Richmond Sunday school South 9 lo T J Scott Superintendent Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings at II A M and every Sunday nrght at 7 P M PastorrRev I A Henderson Â¬ DAHY ENQUntEE Snnday and Daily Sally ex Sunday Any three days Any two days Any one day Sunday Issue Address IMo 3MOS6MOS 1 50 123 3 75 65 45 25 25 325 175 125 7 00 SOO 3 25 ITr 14 00 12 00 6 00 4 00 2 00 2 00 2 25 65 65 125 I 25 EKrQUIIlBIl CINCINNATI OHIO JOHN R MCLEAN Publisher and Proprietor Is prensretl tr The M BARLOW grade of Ib beuting them all making the best PRESBYTERIAN Sunday s Bethel Meeting House 2nd and Steaks Po2Is Ssusage and ISistf on I ATTHELO W suply Ins cn with the best m 5th ESTPIK Ja- r- CONDENSED Observation WISDOM by-the-- by Er - 1What The flirt sometimes fallsin love herself The arm of tho law seems ofton out of joint The hen that doosnt lay eats tho most corn The cramp ofton picks out tho ho3t swimmer The Iruest tale isnt always tho most believed A pair of scissors must 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