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J 1 1 i PrtShoWSvocK Ml VOLUME i Hi J i 1 1 J linn itirtf if NUMBER 22 I OPINIONS OF OTHEU EDITORS - RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 188T FULL OF FUN institutions in the West and South 3 creating a rotten and honey combed SPEECH TO SBXATOK HISCOfiK r BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY financial condition that ought to he Iinffblo Courier checked at once They offer to pay BY THE- Senator Hhcock in 1S72 you bolted high interest on deposits in order to the noniiuatlnu of Gen Grant and you secure business and they speculate Co joined hands with the South In sup- wildly hi order to meet these Interest port of the Democratic candidate for payments which are not legitimate or 150 President Fifteen years have passed prudent The Fidelity people seem ana you are going up and down this to have organized their bank for noth IRFNCH TIPTON EmT0RS f m G WHITE State mikiiiR bitter sectional speeches j ing else than a big speculation They auu iiccinuiij -- X can not conceive in invite accounts from banks and saving the loyal States a man going to thepolls institutions over the country and Osxrcls and voting against the man who bears their failureallhurt and crippled men the name of Graut Senaor D S HNcock what do you think of PrankÂ¬ and banks allI the wayoffrom Maine to A Wilkes Smith yourCalifornia heard Pacific Coast self anyway banks while I was hi San Francisco Main street two iloara Hint were hit from 10000 lo 25000 june22 tf tCillltl SENATOR HALES VIEWS each The story of the Fidelity I am convinced will never be half told Boston Gtebe DD S C MORGAN We have it from Hon Eugene Hale lately of Ellsworth Me and more THE NEXT LEGISLATURE t-- uTFUE Mmn street over Mndi lately from Piris wheie he lias been Courler JonrnaL Naiional Bank Richmond Ky enjoying the company of Hon James The next session of the Legislature 21 tf G Bluiue that Mr Blaine is not in u judging from present appearances will strict sene of the word u candidate be unusually brief The election of a DR J- - M FOYNTZ for the Republican States Senator is settled iu ad Â¬ IHWlIAN AND BURGEON year and that the nomination next Uuited and it will nominee of 18S4 vance not take au hour to nfUCE- Seenud street over Mndi- - will not consent to have his name ued go through the forms and lecord the jue22if Drig Stme m unless there Is such a demand Tor him will of the people among the people as shall not only The next matter which will engage G W EVANS M D nominate him but elect him beyond a the attention of that body will be the amendments to the new revenue law rnWClAN AND SURGEON doubt r ecow stieet over D P This law has proven quite effective i IN juiirli tn J welry tore OITR MIXISTRlt In some minor features it is objectionFRANCE able but a few simple amendments Philadelphia Ledger TAYLOR DR T J will cure its defects and make it as Our Miniver to the French Republic juii ner in MeuHsine ami ourgcij This Hon Ruben M McLane is a polite popular as it is comprehensive RICHMOND I and oourlly man as well as a trained will require some thought and con- Â¬ nHIcE Second M reel over Dykea diplomat and therefore he gave the sideration but as there are no wide juie22t r hi re French sympathizer with our An- Â¬ divergence of opinion ten days will work DR JOHN M FOSTER archist nass ns a polite though dipl suflice to accomplish this be considered The next matter to matic answer Had he been speaking MAIN STREET in a private cajmcity instead of public will he our criminal laws In some Poor to LHXiuih Up Stairs he might have reminded these French important particulars these need revis- Â¬ meddlers that our murderers were of ion but the subject has been widely IM iJtf tiie same kind coun- anil warmly discussed and the amend DR PHIL ROBERTS try a hundred that afflicted theirFrance ments are few and simple and a few ears ago when services to the days discussion will settle all such got drunk with blood to vomit crime questions liili eame a Bennetts law office Outside of this our school system iair- - over HerndMis drug store THE FAKMHRS requires jome attention but there is of Main and Second streets jilj27 ly R niid Ky nothing that seems to require long PhilftdelphlA Record A national congress of farmers discussions or any particular excite- Â¬ DR U C AMBROSE assembled in Chicago on JJovem ment The cost of ou legislative ses ber 10 to deliberate upon matters sion has been nearly 150000 The cost FOKD KY pertaining to their genera inter- - iu pniorlioii with length of service T i nrN 2 to 4 fliH K in the af ests The multiplicity of combi- A shrt service Raves money directly Mr J V LckeyV eu indirectly tax payers nations trusts and other spec- aid Slate will beand the know that of t glmi to the the ulative conspiracies to put up the rn ects are bright for the tdiorteai MD W T SEXSMIT prices ol goods which the fanners sit IAN AND SURGEON buy and to put down the prices of and least eventful essiiin in our leg islative history the staples which they sell has at Will IE HALL KY In proteuoal service- to tlie last aroused their to the necessity bus 17 ivr of self defense This assemblage NEWS PARAGRAPHS at Chicago is an important body T J FAIN DR and its proceedings will be of inWinchester is to bore for gas UNION CITY KY terest to the people in all parts of John B Harrison and Ida M Tan- Â¬ Jii t professional services to the country who live on bread and IlillTS ner escaped from Clark county last tin puthc meat week went to Louisville and were Ana 17 f ifli e at Joe Gentrys t- -- XasTsnn the CumberlaiAAIrmn Ltaliig wuslbuiltrbv the Lawd Ultnicrhtr s The beifrnilkcr in the wotld s ak ong befp tho Gypians eat thar catt WhatiSj needed Is a patent to breakf itst an gpt read to go to work -CHICKEN get tho mihVout of the calf AllaCal My freti yu oughler traveled er lit Ud befo cominover hereyan then ifprnia Cholera Cure Tbo girl is motli rof thowoman you wouldnt make sich siniouth at a Â¬ A very little maiden of this city im Â¬ passel o sharp cornered hats like in this week and see the limitless assortment of Ladies and Misses Wraps that are agines tho stars to be the diamond ear- Â¬ these here Wy up thar in the Cum being sold nt HOCK BOTTOM CASH PRICES rings of tho angols Springfield berlandMo uhtainsyouken roll a rock in this week and get our prices on Mens and Bovs Suits and Overcoats before vou down Mas3 Union We are the LOWEST PRICED HOUSE IN TOWN buy elsewhere I wont talk to you sir is yonr broth Â¬ Farmer And what in this week and feast your eyes on the bewitching array of Toboggans Scarfs Wall now uso yore own pleas Â¬ er Frank doing now City Visitor Shawls Hosiery and various other things that are being sold daily to Hes piyriS a good deal of attention ure erbout that fur I aint a hurtin to Ef you wanter Urn What give you information to his etching in this week and participate in the novelty of buying a pair of Shoes that for Firmcr stumblo erlong like cr blind hoss wy is he taking for it Judge cheapness in price can not be excelled and every pair gives comfort from the start Arkansaw Mrs Nicely Why Eleanor howv it aint nolhin lo xac in this week and see for yourself how effectually SQUARE DEALING on the t did the rat trap got broken so It s Traveler square CROWDS OUR STORE Elean- Â¬ full of holes in the wirework A REMARKABLE STORY in and we will show voti the largest and best assorted stock of goods in Richmond Shure mam oi done it lasht or They are all NEW and FRESH - on th Sugar Plantations of night wid th ax so th rats moight Wlilte Slarthe Huwatlau Inlands hcv a bctthor chance to get in it for H Benedict a Mailer in a Main The man who put water iu his sap and then boiled it down into sugar street restaurant only reached thisÂ¬ esThousands of dollars worth of finds a companion in rice Jn the good city a short timoago Ho has just ac- Â¬ chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ old deacon who whittled the cycles of caped from a llfcof slavery that is timo off of an antique kines horns and cording to hs story a hundred times era It is more fatal to chickens- - than tried to soil her for a heifer Duluth more severo in every respect than were all other diseases combined But the iho old slavery dnys before tho war discovery of a remedy that positively Paragrapher Learning of this fact a reporter looked cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ Conductor on Gaorjrla railroad him up and drew out tho following vinced Proprietors Busy Bee CaJi More of its efficacy only requires a Jim22tf Do you moan to tell mo madira statement which was told in a trial A is enough for that the child is not twelve years old 50 cents bottle straightforward manner that can not one hundred chickens Well ahe wasnt be disbelieved Madame sharply It is guar- Â¬ when tho traijj Martcd but land alire Almost six years ago Mr Ben Â¬ anteed If after using two thirds of theres no tcllin how old sho may be edict began I was a waiter in a San a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly now N TEun Francisco restaurant when I was satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Countryman to druggist I taken sick and the doctor who attend Â¬ Cholera return it to the undersigned Â¬ want to buy a tooth brnsh Its cnthin ed me told me that would have to get and your money will be refunded I I never nscd but my old womana1 away from San Francisco unless I Stockton Willis TIIE TIME TO GO TO lowcd that tho next timo I cum to town wanted to Vlie of consumption aug 24 ly The Td better git one Druggist Yes first day that I was able to be out I Country- Â¬ walked down to the water front and sir Will one bo enough Announce to the public and especially to that large class who btiy man A plenty theres only two of was watching the ships discharge groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of -jos in tho family when a stranger approached and asked So you miintain Professor that me to tski a walk After having a -children should never bo slapped or little conversation with mo ho learned KY whipped do maintain it The that I wishitd to leave the city and he parent who whips his child is a crim- Â¬ told me that he was friendly with a Qnecnsware Glassware Woortenwrc inal Happily my children are all number of people in Honolulu and that The Largest and Finest Hotel AND GET ONE OF HIS quiet and obodicnt If I had a son like he was confident that I could get work in the city Â¬ Sniderlys boy Id break his back Â¬ as soon as I reached the islands Ho And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New to 4 Day Lincoln Journal told me that ho - reprt scnteil a certain Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable X child was recently watching a Grin and was confident- - that I could According to rooms young lady in H dliston busily talking get free passage to tho islands if I Ellis Uiggins is not a new linn but has been in existence for Sud- Â¬ would go- - I met him the next day Into a telophone transmitter Turkish and Russian Baths in nearly twenty years They invite all their okl friends and a good denly tho chil I said Who arc you and he informed me that hehad se- Â¬ notel share oi other people to call and see them talking to Tho lady answered I cured thirteen others who would go oct26 ly New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prices child re-Â¬ and ho introduced me to several o am talking to a man Tho Well ho must be an awful lit- Â¬ them They all thought it a good plied They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell Â¬ tle man to livo in such a small house as clianco to get out of California for them They know how to buv and how to sell and what the people Boston Globe that awhile and I consented to go Wo want CALL AND SEE THEM atislO 1 vr says an sailed on a scluoncr under a man It has been ascertained exchange that the umbrella is far named Myers and were treated like Our es- Â¬ regul ir passengers for a few days or older than the pyramids teemed contemporary undoubtedly re until we nil got over our seasickness firs to the umbrella which was left in when Cvptain Myers came around ono place of our new silk parachute at the day with n big blank book in his hands We aro in- Â¬ He asked if our true names place of sewing boo- - last night Cincinnati Hoads clined lo believe that he understates birth age and what occupation wo had the age of the venerable relic Boston followed Transcript Wo thought it very strange pro- Â¬ QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORIE LINE TO My father a very genial man At bottom prices ne also lias a ceedings but said nothing although ho salC and desires that I shall ex-Â¬ we were greatly troubled When wo full line of Â¬ tend the hospitalities of tha bouse to reached the islands we did not go into New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga every callor Will yon tnke some LEY port but stopped outside A steam GUTHERSON Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Well yes thing before you go launch was soon alongside and a man LEXINGTON KY replied the youth I will with your who represented himself to be a doctor 1 Ho and the captain came aboard net mission take a khu from you single and double first class mamarried The maid was abashed but the youth were closeted for quite awhile when STOCKTON SOflfflrWBS MD terial and best of work NATIONAL I1KIJT Hardin W Brioht A RL Winchester is having her Court- Â¬ was equal to the occasion and the the doctor came aftantLgave each one Agents For Madison County Saddles and Harness Courier Journal house remodeled Strange to say the hospitalities were extended Boston of us a medical examination Tho PHYSICIAN and SURGEON captain and doctor llicn 1 ft tho ship sep28 ly The Glole Democrat says that records have existed all this time Courier RICHMOND KY How much do a marriage li- Â¬ and a few hours after we weighed statement that the debt was without a fire proof vault TIIE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO TIIE PACIFIC COAST- OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ the cost asked days reduced 1GS33G95 in October is Mrn Mattie Johnson aged sixty censecourt house in a colored man at anchor nhd for two among wo were son 1 ounty Drug Store islands the Southern NEATLY AND PROMFTLY false and misleading the facts five years died at Pad u call She was shortly after a cool awave struckcity sailing in and out I want it distinctly understood that I it Finally we were landed at a large un being as it says that the interest the oldest character in the little Pur- Â¬ am Hie only one in Richmond that One dollar was tho reply Gus sugar plantation and given to under- Â¬ juue 22 tf Morning and Night Trains derviaudi the thorough use of the bearing debt and accrued interest chase city and was generally believed tus what do you tink erbout dat stand that wo were to work in the the Important Cities of theSoiUli without change applied Mh roconeatd Chemistry as were reduced only 9000000 to be the sister of John A Murrell inquired the applicant as ho lurnod to field Wo learned the next day that tixummutions of tissues and fluid THROUGH CARS 11000000 was piled up the once notorious Tennessee and Ken a friend who accompanied him tho plantation was owned by two men flulir T i TWENTY EIG HI HOURS TO JACKSONVILLB FLORIDA IN of the human body I only mention Â¬ while UIUj XllHC RUNNING WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO My signa- in the Treasury yBout payln a dol who were considered tho hardest task-Â¬ Bout whnt tins ror honest protection It is the talk lucky outlaw trade that we have a large lah foh a- - license ture will be attached to each examina Â¬ of the Globe Democrat which is Travelers have a choice of two kinds ot Ster4Hg Car ea WeHl dunno masters on tho islands We were told XTr4S C ftpCCiai A OllCe 23mehly The remains of Guv Madison one o erzaikly It certainly am a heap that we had been employed through and well selected line of QUEKN AND CRESCENT KOUTK Mhhs ElegABt m tion clolr Buffet Car and Pullmans Finest IIace Buffet Sleeper State Keom Pattern false and misleading as the the early Chief Executives of Ken- Â¬ cheapah den a stove Merchant tho captain and that we were to got Treasury statement expressed the tucky have been removed from Bel Traveler QE A GOOD STOCK OF S50 a month oaclu We hesitated about PARRISH Leading Railroads Nearly All change correct in the usual form fort near Frankfort where they were passengers bofcHnR tickets via Mil Jlwe aw Depot In Cincinnati going to work at first but the foreman Yes my hand aro soft Grand Central Union said a MERCHANDISE therefore saved transfer across tlie City and are assured a jouruey alUnilcd v h epeetl Attorneys At Law GENERAL as the reduction in the debt less placed at his death In 181G and inter- Â¬ dudish and conceited vounsr follow the talked very nice to us and after wo comfort and convenience cash in the Treasury including red iu the cemetery at the latter place P other night in a smalljcdrfiprjny as ho had worked a month we went to tho RICHMOND KY f ha TIjiI tt gtfW - oflico to draw our pay Â¬ foreman country stand in Mad- Â¬ at the best debt He was the first Governor who died aaminngly lookea at those useless ap It Yia- - Queen and Crescent boatbora biates iiiBQ oi vera Hperul attention given to abstracting of course pendages that had never done a days Here wo were horrified lo learn that during his term of office with the rest ison county We will be glad to titles to lands m Eastern Kentucky we had been sold to thesugar plantcr3 Do you know how I do it work General Offices Office in ClJMAX building S E show the stock to any one wishing JOUNCGAULT St Paul Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio HCOLLBKAN At Nicholasville two boys named he cxclnimed promptly up 1 -- ner Main and Second Streets I wear as slaves for so much a head that it General PasfeeBger Aent General Manager UIGGINS ELLIS to buy 22 tf Tom Nelson and Preston Smith aged gloves ou my hands ovory night to would take us just three yeaya to buy R X RYAN June CIKCINKATIFEVER K CARROLL stairs Assistant General Passenger gent Silver Creek Ky jun22tf Jne22tf General Superintendent about twelve agreed to rub the cash sleep in Do you seop with your hat our freedom if wo worked every day Enquirer We wcro credited with twenty fivo drawers of Smith Rnrick and Wolf on also asked a pert young woman BURNAM The doctors have been gather- Buttle coal dealers They succeeded And th young fellow replied In 1he cents a day wheu we workod and ing in consultation over the sub- Â¬ seen by daughter of negative and looked wondoringly be when wa were too sick lto work they ject of the local exhibition of but were They the little charged us evcnty flve cents a day Hebrew were examined by cause the company smiled Mr Wolf KENTUCKY RICHMOND Etc in which you can find the for board They paid ao much for Standard typhoid fever and their talk was the Recorder and sent to jail A R Kur in the main5highly intelligent and OFFICE with C F us and we had to work our freedom juue22 tt HOW CELLULOID IS MADE nam on First Street out at the rata of twenty fire cents a Have bought the stock of goods and rented the store house of W C Peyton opposite their old stand on should do great good There was Count DeLesseps has announced to Main street and both sides but the the Academy of Science that the Pan Â¬ SefcrlpUon sf th meM Carried Sat to day and under the laws of the LATEST STYLES extremists on A SULLIVAN island we agreed to this contract Vrnct Factory general conclusion may be sum- Â¬ ama Canal will be opened February 3 Â¬ While every body hx beard ot or the first day we worked as going AND the LOWEST PEICE8 marized as follows First such 1890 The work will not then be com- seen or used celluloid only a few know to work with our own free will signi- Â¬ pleted but the passage will be free for we have is of a typhoid fever as what it is compoiod of or how it is fied that we were willing to wort for RICHMOND KENTUCKY ships a very mild type second a great twentythis traffic day It is estimated Â¬ made Tho following is a description the plant rs for our passage to the will produce an an OFFICE on First street same as that They have added new and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of formerly occupied by County Judge many light fevers have been call nual revenue of from 90000000 to of tho process carried out la a factoryÂ¬ islands Well we mado a hard kick We do not Intend to be UNDERSOLD near Paris for the production ot cellu- against such treatment but there was and to our customers we say we will octG ly ed typhoid fever that are not 100000000 francs Miller loid A roll of paper is slowly un Â¬ no help for it as the plantation was give you full value for every dollar In- Â¬ third the morality is not at all The will of the late Elihu B Wash wound and at the same timo is satu Â¬ guarded by a company of native vested with u and we urge you to SCOTT an excess of our fall death rate burne of Chicago lias been admitted rated with a mixture of fivo parts of soldiers who were only too willing to give us an early call fourth the prevailing fever is His personal estate sulphuric acid and two parts of nitrle shoot a white slava who attempted to most abundant in wards where to probate B to 750000 his realty to acid which falls upon the paper in a cscajie RICHMOND KY river water is least used fifth amounted After numerous minor be- Â¬ fine spray Thli changes tho collulose When we refused to work we wcro 105000 Oilice on Second Street June 22 tf the river has nothing todo with it quests he leaves 500000 in trust for of tho paper into pyroxyline gun placed in the stocks and whipped un- Â¬ June 22 9mAt McKees Old Stand Tho execs of the acid til tho bloodstrcamed off our barks sixth there is not the least excuse his sous Pitt aud Elihu the remain- Â¬ cotton CS When a man wanted to layoff be Â¬ having been expelel by pressure but always der to in other children to be distrib for getting excited tho paper is washed with plenty ot cause of slckncssa plantation doc or plenty ot cause lor hygienic pre- - uted share and share alike after the water until alt traces of acid have been was called in and if tbo doctor said ha cautions To the foregoing we expiration of three years CO RICHMOND KY SMITH was not sick the follow was cither CLAUDE removed it is then reduced to a pulp and pnjuesonfo tho bleaching trough whipped or killed I hare known jane 22 tf add upon our own part that there Office on Second Street In Winchester last Monday a seal- Â¬ Moat of the water having been got rid them totake a man out and shoot is no present occasion to go to ed freiglit car was opened that had of by means of a HAVE OPENED A NEW strainor the pulp Is him liccauso be could not work A Marklej Farm A been fastened for five days and a man mixed with from twenty to forty per man was taken violently sick ono day WE SELTj a found in it He said he had been cent of it weight of camphor and but tbo doctor said be was all right LINE OF THE MUGWUMPS beating on the door and yelling alt the mixture thoroughly triturated un- Â¬ and the overseer made him go to tho Will nractice in Madison and adjoining He struggled along until about the time but could make nobody hear der mill stones The necassary color- Â¬ field Cbmmereial Gazelle comities auu in the Court or Apjieals BEFORE BUYING laatBit The one thing that seems to be set Â¬ him He said he hud heeu robbed nl ing having been added in the form of noon when he dropped down deaci onWest Main Street They carrv CALX AND EXAMINE OUR Office iu Master Commissioners powder a second mixing and grinding We were worked ten hours a 400 aud put in there and fastened up office over Circuit Clerkd office tled iu New York and Massachusetts a general line of men of no and set The finely divided pulp i3 dav June 22 tf elections is that the Mugwumps are hut the supposition is that he was follows were ever worked harder in tho Mealing a ride and got fastened tighter then spread out in thin layers on slabs no mote They did not dare to show work on a sugar planta Hardware He bad broken and from twenty to twenty five of world Tho themselves in Massachusetts and dis than he anticipated placed these layers in tion is never ended and there are but are appeared from the face of the earth j open boxes of bandpy and dried peach hydraulic separated few men wlio can hold it no manv an A prosi BBECK WIGGINS E They w ill probably pretend that theyj esand starch and was a woful looking from one another by sumo est8 of years Out of tho fourteen who went Stoves and voted the Republican ticket but it object and was thirsted nearly to thick blotting paper an4 acsi smbjeet with roe tbereare but fev who lived Largest and most complete stock In does not make an appreciable differ- Â¬ death from ealing candy He tros to a pressure of ote hundred and fifty through fteir slavery days After I Groceries atmospheres until itfl traces ef moisÂ¬ had beea there I thought eulril Kentucky Our motto Best ence what they vote The Republicans put in jail Goodd and Lowest consistent Prices ft surprise They have the newest and beat Roods ture bare boeagot idoC The matter lo tay tlaje was up buSI gain largely In Massachusetts and wilj In tiie course of the twelve months then passed between rollers heated to ta store for tte ia the ehpo of a bill will sell for CASH at the lowest P CAltROLL continue to do so or 1817 12000 wagons passed the Alle Â¬ between one hundred and forty- - and tfea orapsny bad agaTasi me for eat and prices 77 and 79 W Main St Lexington Ky In New York the Mugwumps made ghany mountains from Philadelphia Mr Smith is a-- practical tinner of one hundred and fifty degmt Fahren Â¬ lag sugar casta and playing sick Tha dec 221yr a desperate struggle for Nicoll and aud Baltimore each with from four to experience heit whence It Issues Jn the form of overseer hadcbarged roe with every several years of tin work and he wii rooting nd they have beeir knocked out even six horse- - carrying from thlrty flve to elastic sheets Celluloid Is wade to mouthful of sujrweane I ever ate and do all kinds repairing iu the beat style at lowest His Heaviness Grover Cleveland as Â¬ forty hundred weight The cost of Imitate amber ebony ivory etc and tt took mo jnsttwo years more to work June22 lf sisting to the best ot his ability to carriage was about 7 per hundred besides its enjdoymeat la dentistry is it out at Ike rate X two bits a day I rates AND bounce them never ate any ttrora sugar tane and w eight in some cases as high as 10 to used to make mouthpieces far pipes The Republican defeat in New York Philadelphia The aggregate sum and cigars bandies tor table knives as good luck would have It I was not counts for Clevelands nomination by paid for conveyance of goods exceeded and umbrellas combs shirt fronts and siek It took me just five years and a Co his party for a second term but lie SI 500000 To move a ton of frieght collars and a number of fancy artf few weeks to work out and if I had to tell you what I suffered during that lea Christian at Work will have to run as a rougti and ready between Pittsburg aud Philadelphia time you wuld wonder that I am t SPEED SMITH Agent Democrat of the hungry aud thirsty therefore cost not lees than 110 and AMONG THE PYRAMIDS alive to day Poplo might Jive in The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ kiud such as the Mugwumps call took probably two weeks time In RICHMOND KY Honolulu a lifetime and never know scription of Madison county to Louisville Two Touriiu Who TsUad to Apprvclat spoilsmen aud if the Republicans will 18SC the average amount received by any thing about the slave system that and KashrHle Railroad due in February Hells rents or exchanges all kinds of Eao OU r Information Real Estate on reasonable terms and fight their battle in New York as we the Pennsylvania railroad for carriage A Now Englander who stood gazing is being carried on in the Sandwich April July and October 1SS7 and 1888 the represents fint class Fire and Life In- Â¬ do In Ohio we shall a year from to- ol freight wasthree quarters of a cent upon the mysterious grandeur of the Islands Los Angett Cal Times will be paid xn maturity at Ky Madison National Bsnk Richmond surance Companies pbicis a Republican President day elect Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at per mile The distance from Philadel Â¬ pyramids iurned to a peculiar looking Office in J C Ly tere Clothing Store C D CHENAUITCom ftf Pittsburg is 858 miles so that old follow who had Just come up and are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory We Syrop ofFls phia lo juue22 tf Wonderful the wonderful won job you can get anywhere We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and will OTHER BANKS LIKE TIIE FIDELITV the ton which cost 140 iu 1817 was said of wonders Js Natures own true laxative It is der not delay your work We also carry a nice lln9 of New York Tribune can led In 18SG for 287 At the former the must easily taken and the meet What is tho old fellow asked Do you wantpure drugs and the best worklngmen had to pay 14 time the elective remedy known to Cleanse the The Fidelity Bank failure Why these pyramids brands of tobaccos and cigars You to which has been precipitated by for moving a barrel of flour from Pitts Wall they niout bo sortor wonder- Â¬ System when Bilious xr Costive Now m the time for fall and winter can find them at T J BrboUs Headaches Colds and Fevers suit Give tne A call I guarantee satis Ithe wheat comer failure nt Chicago burg against twenty eight cents now ful to a feller thats lived all his life 1 June22 tf My work is as good as that of Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements is still discnssedljy Western men whoJ The Pitlsbun consumer paid 7 freight in a flat country but you oughtor see to cure Habitual Constipation IndigesÂ¬ faction tt Farm Wagons Seed Stripper Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills any other tailor every 100 pounds or dry goous tho Cumberland Mountains One upon on financial iu uueri tion Files etc Manufactured only Ask your physician to leave your come here Shop Jwer DnlinghanV dry goods store which is Great Canar man these pyramids by the CalifomlavFIg Byrap Company -The brought from Philadelphia lliem observed jeslerday of Yours Kespecuulty t bySt6ckton rf t Fidelity Bank methods are being piir ncfiv hauled at a costbf fourteen cents jWero built byjhe Egyptians thousands Ban FrancIw3oCal--Sol-- fjune22tf FIRE BRICK FIRE OLAY will he accurately compounded andl zs rrf-octioCt i- - 4G SCHAFHAUSENVI IRON MANTELS ANJeRATES el T J2Janly Scientific American 4Wlllfe chased by a great many other banking Bent to your house u9tf TUB CLIMAX ANTEE Pmntixg Cax per ybab nun 1 jst DOME COME GO Irofessional i- p j DOME OOM1 We carry every thing and our prices are the very MB orcetmers lowest cash down 1 trHE 1 NEW GROCERY ELLIS HIGGINS s STAPLE -- GALT - HOUSE LOUISVILLE FANCY GHOCERIES tt Rates25o Per Spring Saddles nr ASK FOR THE i- Â¬ 1 GL Â¬ P G IReene 1 Â¬ - QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Southern and Associate rm -- WILLIS PrmGiual Pom is Sol Eas ai it k- - NEW FIRM REPAIR EB SALE SuElSSSPJft WE FOR rTnl TURNER CLOTHING the AcwSaSr I Travel 1 HATS Attorney at Iaun J ET TRXOTKS VALiISSS BEST GOODS Shackelford WILL Gentry Go Attorney at Law TJ CONTINUE BUSINESS Attorney at Xsaw W WHITE Attorney at Iara POWELL All Kinds of H AEDWAHE STOVES and TIUT WAUE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies RooSng Guttering and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Work Done in tne most Workmanlike Manner Iff Iff E BUT THE BEST QF WORKMEN EMPLOYED full Parming Implements Known To The Trade STOCK Attorney at J REED law Hardware Store Tlie Best SEEDS GRASS AND FIELD Tinware W F Wean bJ WIGGINS BREOK REALr ESTATE INSURANCE J litisofl Bills Attention Oontr actors WE KEEP THE LAKGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF cm Â¬ Builclers Hardware and Building Material LBXINGTOW BEIiXiE COOK STOVES and ITBLASTING 3POTFXEIt AJiX TAILORING t jh ctei RAIffES j XSIVAlVriHLE jr iSt 1 II Taj fasbienaWy worn just now with tbo Eight referred to the French creations Wheat 450000000 corn bushels as real nice and Aint that pretty Cleveland tie in bronz 1500000000 bushel I oats 600000000 was an interrogation repeated too bushels These figures are slightly FRENXH TIPTON Wm G WHITE i rKETTY COSTUME FOB LADIHS Nine had a peÂ¬ smaller than last years yield The often to be counted LS culiarity of locomotion and four walk Â¬ largest crop ever grown In the United New York Hun WEDNESDAYKOVEMBER 16 1SS7 A tailor gown for a bride of cream ed a la kangaroo that is with a hop States was as follows Wheat 518 000000 bushels In 1885 oats fl29 white cloth fine and pliant is braided step The Climax from now until on the edges of the corsage witli a tiny 000000 bushels Iu 1085 LITERARY January 1st 18S9for 150 AT- small design while the waistcoat A lady who claims to 4jave bad cutis and collar are strapped witli clustwenty years success offers this recipe The Art Amateur The Breckinridge monument ters of the same braid put on crosswise in the Ohio Farmer for keeping eggs will be dedicated at Lexington to- Â¬ With the rou n is tent a long wrap to For November basas special features a Take good fresh eggs and rub them match with plaited Fedora front a very attractive color study of Grapes day t over with melted lard thus closing a rt iz double row of small flat dull gold but by A J U Way a bold and effective the pores in the shell Then put a M Mrs McFerran of Louisville tons just like those on the corsage of figure of a SporUmau for tapestry layer of oats or bran In a box and a formerly Mrs Lawrence Jones the gown fastening the garment half painting a fine pen aud ink study of layer of eggs setting them on the nee Viley of Woodford has been way down and decorating the open Nasturtiums and a very interesting small end and Dot allowing them to while aud profusely illustrated article on touch each other separating them by sleeves the collar and pocket divorced the lining of pale Wue sutin is striped Cats the first of a series on animal oats or bran In this way fill the box with hair lines of gold A set of tilver painting and painters The numerous and the eggs will keep fresh Ool Sam Burdett of the Cou fox mufl boa and cuffs accompanies designs include two full page figures rier Journal late of Lancaster this suit A hen half black Spanish and half a Breton peasant by Jules Breton and game has been doing a land office has been appointed Revenue a Flemish maid after Toudouze china business In Rolls Mo She laid her Agent at a salary of 11 per day painting decoration for a cream jug first egg on the 10th day of May 18S6 THE BALL SEASON and expenses A good appoin- Â¬ Fay panel and plaque snowberry sweet and has continued to lay an egg every tment All of us are fixing up for the ball brier andbegonia embroidery designs day since She went to setting as season and let me tell you something for a cushion and a sermon cane and a is first egg laid as The prohibition amendment to about Hie fabrics in favor This will page of monograms in P The notable soon on shenest ber comes ofl and every She her still the constitution of Oregon was de Â¬ be a silk and velvet winter Woolen- - practical articles are those ou fruit moraine to set water and food and feated by a majority ofnearlv backed velvets are a new and novel painting in oils with special reference then goes back She has hatched one eight thousand but a majority of dress material three and sometimes to the grape study wet water color egg a day except the first three weeks the counties in Dakota voted in five colors appearing in the same fab Â¬ photograph painting flower painting of her career She has now been lay Â¬ ric These good are made up with on Holland and tapestry painting ing one year and is the mother and favor of local option ac- Â¬ plain stuff matching one of the colors The Hints about Art Galleries of 344 chickens one half pul batcher of John R Fellows who was of the velvet All materials w hetherap- Â¬ count of A Modern French House Â¬ lets aud tbo other half roosters and rewool have their My Note Book aud the book elected Attorney General of New velvet plubh or the still looks well Daily Americau Tire propriate combination The York on Tuesday of last week is uncomfortable ungracefulfabrics awk- Â¬ views are especially interesting plate In 1850 the three largest tobacco Art Amateur announces a colored an ex Oonfederate and the Cin- Â¬ ward tornure has had its and reign In with every number for 1888 and nu- Â¬ producing counties in theUnlted States cinnati Commercial Gazette is place of it a coquettish little jupon is merous other attractive features which were Lancaster county Pa Chris Â¬ mad now worn with only steels enough to will make it more than ever indispen- Â¬ tian county Ky Pittsylvania county make it unbreakable and frills enough sable to all students and lovers of art Va The crop was as follows Lancas Charles Benry Locksley aged embroidery lace and ribbons to Price 35 cents a number Montague ter couuty 23946320 pounds Chris eleven years has been sent to the satisfy the most critical taste It is Marks publisher 23 Union Square tian county 12577574 pounds and Pittsylvania county 12271533 pounds penitentiary for life for killing a pinned into the waistband of the skirt New York The area and farming lands of the Sam adding also extra safety pius on each youn man at Augusta three counties averaged thus Lan- Â¬ to preach more to his side and the dress skirt being of Jones ought Scribners Magazine caster county 950 square miles and course held to a corset hook in front Georgia people November signalizes the completion there is 00 possibility of slip or con- - of its first year by the publication of a 490923 acres of farming lands PittÂ¬ county 1000 square miles and superb Christmas number Its con- Â¬ sylvania Jeff Davis was warmly received tretempts tents are chiefly poetry and fiction 205465 acres of farming lands and soldiers at Macon Ga The old and literature appropriate to the season Christian county 700 square miles and crowded around his carriage in ARRANGEMENT OF LADIES HAIR farming lands Thus The number of illustrations is greatly 209339 acres of great numbers broke the glass New York Sn according to the acres of land subject to thrust in their arm and not being There are at resent two popular increased and will represent the best the husbaudsmans sway Kentucky fortunate enough to shake his hand modes for arranging the hair one aud most origiual American artists aud furnishes the largest tobacco producing they shook his hat and ears and being the smooth compact little engravers The cover is enriched by county as well as being the largest coat collar and lappels and braided knot and the neat Russiuu a special border printed in gold but State iu the Union sleeves and coat tail and pants bang aod the other consisting of two notwithstanding the fact that the Â¬ Tobacco like whisky is one of the logs and slapped him on the large soft sloop folded half way over preparation of this number has necesthe and legs and each other on top of the head When sitated of course a greatly increased creat staples of Kentucky By prin- Â¬ back and arms census of the price cents nearly killed the old man with tlie hair is worn high q few very short cost Sargent of is as usual 25 College United States producing 1830 the the Harvard States yielded cipal tobacco little curls are pinned into the smooth Dr their demonstrations of joy Gymnasium contributes a the weed as follows Connecticut sweep of hair behind taking the article on the Physical Char- Â¬ 14044652 pounds Illinois 3935825 plaee of the fluted waves that Mrs Col H M McCarty in a recent Langtry made popular last year acteristics of the Athlete Miss Olive lndians8872842 Missouri 12015657 issue of the Jessamine Journal who have soft curliug hair Risley Seward the adopted daughter New York 6481431 North Carolina Women says An excange is grumbling are wearing it in a little Clytie knot of the ex Secretary tells here a hither- Â¬ 26986213 Ohio 34635235 Pennsyl because one or two preachers through which is thrust a big tortoise to unwritten chapter of the diplomatic yanla36943272 Tennessee 29365052 have been elected to the next shell pin which is greatly varied in de Â¬ history of our country regarding the Virginia 799S8868 West Virgiuia Wisconsin 10603423 aud Legislature It says that there is sign appearing as daggers swords abortive treaty with Denmark for the 2290146 a constitutional prohibition Very with a big ball head and sometime purchase of the island of St Thomas Kentucky 171120784 The above list true That same constitution of pretty designs in opeii fret work The ancient Viking Ship discovered embraces all the States thatproduced prohibits free negroes from settling The little stringless bonnets are worn several years ago at Gokstad in South- Â¬ in 1880 over one million pounds of in the State If the negroes are with the hair arranged in this fashion ern Norway is described by John S tobacco and from the figures given It will be seen that Kentucky not only above the constitution why not the sharp V shape of the bonnet ad Â¬ White LL D heads the Hit in the production of to- Â¬ let the preachers be above it mitting of it Frank Leslies Sunday Magazine bacco but more than doubled auy also We may be a little preju -For November The motto on the other State in its production Virginia diced but we think a preacher HOW SOME LADIES FASTEN THEIR COR- Â¬ cover page of tlie November number stands next but her crop lacked 91- every bit as good as a negro if SETS 131916 pounds of equaling the crop of of Frank Leslies Sunday Magazine he behaves himself iA Jameb Gazette a journal of refined useful aud inter- Â¬ Kentucky The five largest produc Â¬ An interesting fact was Mated in the esting literature Is well carried out ing States Virginia Pennsylvania XEW YORK -course of a lecture on tight lacing de- Â¬ in the number The articles long and Ohio Tennessee and North Carolin-aonly produced 36897856 m I livered yesterday October ISth by short bear this character The serious combined The State of New York went Miss Heffier Arnim The lecturer illustrated papers naturally demand pounds more thau Kentucky while Democratic by eighteen thousand oid blie had heard of instances where first attention Vesta and the Ves- Â¬ the total crop of tlie twelve 8tates The result did more than give the ladies were so determined not to ex Â¬ tals by Marc F Vallette is very In- Â¬ above enumerated did not double the w t New York offices to the Demo- ceed the fashionable measurement teresting and the illustrations picture crop of Kentucky but exceeded it only crats and afford others all the that they had actually held on to a some recent discoveries in Rome 95032832 pounds Courier Journal country over a vast pleas-re-elec- cross bar while their maids had fast Â¬ Sir Philip Sidney by Edmund ure It has made the Gosse witli a portrait and views of bis ened tlie fifteen inch corset cer- tion of Mr Cleveland Being but imperfectly acquainted home of Penshurst is a charming NEWS PARAGRAPHS tainty James G Blaine no long- Â¬ with these mysteries we can only sup Â¬ study A Walk in the Faroes er desires the Republican nomina- Â¬ pose that the effect of holding 011 to gives a life like picture of these un- Â¬ James P Rogers and Miss Lizzie tion Nor does Mr Sherman parÂ¬ tlie cross bar is to elongate the body frequented islands and Noel Buth Tracey were married in Lexington last ticularly want it It is probable more than would be possible by mere Â¬ vens A Dash Through the Green week SCp38tf that Governor Foraker of Ohio ly standing upright There seems to Isle is a very entertaining record of a since he earned that State by the be a liekl for invention here If it hasty journey through Ireland The The 10000 suit of Miss Bell Hughes usual Republican majority will really is so important to squeeze tlie Gospel in Egypt is a most important versus Dr J G Carpenter for alleged be the Republican nominee for body inside a fifteen inch cylinder let article It is by Miss H L Whately malpractice at Stanford terminated the daughter of the late Archbishop in a verdict for the defendant the jury it be done scientifically President Virginia has won a Democratic A combined body stretcher and Whately of Dublin and shows the being out but nine minutes Imajority in the Legislature ami a waist compresfeor would supply a deÂ¬ remarkable success achieved in Egypt AT J O Stephenson of Lexington on Having decided to quit farming - will Democratic successor to Riddel cided want Indeed it ought to have by one devoted woman Dr Tal Ky hanged himself in a barn berger will be elected to the U been invented before fashion decreed mages sermon is on the Employment in Trowbridge township near Al Â¬ Noy the fifteen inch corset It is surely of Heaven aud he editorially disS Senate He was a timber Mich Our Own legan very thoughtless to order people to cusses Holy Curiosity proceed to sell to the highest bidderon the The Negative measure fifteen Coudition make themselves and buyer nearly fifty years of age and premises near Foxtown in Madiion HANGED ANARCHISTS was accompanied by a young woman county my inches round the waist without provid- Â¬ Our Church and No Other The As Executors of Jacob Huguely deed Four of the Anaroliist Spies Par Â¬ ing them with the necessary machin- Â¬ two long stories are continued and who claims to be his daughter we will on there are two good short stories sons Fischer and Enge were hanged ery The naptha tank of the Hopklnsville Several good poems many short arti- Â¬ Gas works exploded and Walter Haw in the jail yard at Chicago last Friday AND sentence of Schwab and WASHINGTON SOCIETY WOMEN LIKELY cles make up an excellent number ley the eleven-year-ol- d The death son of Super- Â¬ of this favorite family magazine Fielden were commuted to imprison intendent Hawley received injuries TO FOLLOW MRS CLEVELANDS ment for lite while Lingg committed at the hour of ij oclock arn at the late which resulted in bis death LEAD suicide the day before the hanging refrajnee oi saia nugueiy in Aladison CONCERNING FARMERS t rood mares County Ky offer WMblBgloa Critic In a fight between the family of I have 9 horses O le of the at public sale to the Ling wad a bomb maker lie made Louis Meyers on the one side aud is by Administrator in foal to Vatican highest bidder A keen little lady who usually one of Dynamite placed it in his a aiql- r mare br Tommie Wilkes The largest individual sale of to- Â¬ mouth and fired it tearing his head tells the signs Of the times pretty well bacco ever made in America was made James Hall and his wife on the other reiriin js by Mainbrino Eric 2 colts i in Meade county a babe in the arms by xaticaaand 1 by isean s Administra Â¬ insists that this is to be a high neck nearly off There was no resistance Â¬ d gelding 16 Just his The social a few days since by Col H P Thomp of Mrs Hall was struck on the bead tor a nice on the part of ouUide friends of the winter Why county It comprised with a club In the hands of Meyers handswei broken to harness one pair in Lorldoti establish the line son of Clark codemued Anarchists no demonstra- Â¬ statutes 1 three- brawn mare S135000 worth of the weed Hugueiy in his lifetime owned by aud killed Meyers was arrested and year bid maremules it hands mule k hands a rirule Said lanrl Jacob The law took it at which ones gown rhut be cut aud tions whatever lslnrntprirm th u9tr rtliA nf Stony Run branch of Otter Ct4 V tnl uC 5il nL refused 17 cents per put in jail at Leltchfleld no lady dares to present herself at A H Bedford course in a quiet way Thus the most Creek It old 1 yeai win dc soio in iwo tracts une tract ot noted tragedy In the world since the court unless this rule has been strictly pound for his crop of tobacco Monday The fire record for October shows ifck l5H hands three years two jack l jennet Hutchcraft refused 14 the losses in the United States and ling jack jennets and good colt -3and 8 follows that whatever and It B It assassination of President Garfield followed ewesyear old 250 has been properly broguht to a close the fair mistress of tlie White House cents The farmers here are talking Canada to be 9769825 against a loss Southdown bucks 4 cives 40 shoats and from all the country over comes a ordains should and will receive at 20 cents Kentuckiau Cilizen of 12000000 In October 1886 and some plows gear and other implements With the house and the other of ofoais wide a significance She administered In Lexington corn has fallen to 225 5750000 in the same month of 1885 and a loteasy and made known on day of sigh of relief Terms a gentle but wholesome rebuke to the per barrel delivered and still declin- Â¬ The total for the ten months of the sale Salcat ti oclock wearers of - the extraordinary low cut ing Potatoes which reached SI per current year foots up 102953325 on- the opposite side of the county road FOR TOE WOMEN MRS NANCY B JONES One quarter of an acre of land will be re- Â¬ years by having bushel have declined to 50 and 60 against 95400000 for the correspond gowns here of recent Z E Bush Auctioneer 203 served around the grave yard from the her own cut modestly and becomingly cents New York potatoes are being ing period of 1886 A BULL FIGHT FOR THE MEXICAN sale The 68 acres are well set in grass It is also quite in keeping with the delivered at 61 cents The 308 acre tract is improved by a MAID Fifty miles from Brownsville Texas views of the best and most artistic de Â¬ Tuesday the State purchased from Victoriana Bamarez was called to the Baenos Ayres Herald signers or creators of feminine fashions Good Dwelling House Dr L Herr 48 acres of ground adjoin- Â¬ door and stabbed to the heart At no Seuorita Matilda Montoya is the but who have fouud their taste laid ing the State College grounds OF in Lex Â¬ great distance from this point Swero cistern bans orchard outbuildings and first Mexican girl to become a doctor aside to gratify their customers desire goes to make up a comington for use of college as an experi- Â¬ CROP every thing that Th6 land is oC superiorÂ¬ A committee of young men of the City for the species of unwomanly aud un- Â¬ mental stock farm Tlie price paid Castillo was also called out but be in fortable home - of itiated the killing by shooting onefertility ahd Velliocatedarid watered Mrs Cleve Â¬ of Mexico got up a bull fight in honor wholesome notoriety was 17000 his assailants dead wounding another Having decided in quit farming I TERMS of her courage and devoted the pro land being on the side of this very im The land will be sold upon a credit until tlie first day of January J C Caldwell has bought several and putting the remainder of the party will on ceeds to the purchase of books and in- Â¬ portant reform it is fair to presume l8S8 half of mnnj struments for her In the bull fight that her example anU encouragement hundred head of cattle for fattening to flight Jtov 26 188 Land a for oneuntil the the mirrhac Januaryv credit first day of two of the toreros were hurt one of will go further than any other force at 1150 to 1250 pounds weight in this A number of Owensboro tobacconists one nan 1009 and surrnuuding counties at prices iiave declared tbeir Intention of hand sell to the highest bidder on the prem- Â¬ chase ior me ouier purcliaser or me pur- Â¬ them seriously the presenUbQur money The will be reises ou the Richmond aud Four Mile 3 to 340 per hundred from Danville ling littte or no tobacco this season road near the river in Madison quired to execute notes with good security for the purchase money bearing interest OBSERVATIONS IN A SWELL MILLINERY Advocate Some of them at present do not In county my stock crop and farmm from day of sale at six per cent A WOMAN AT THE POLLS ESTABLISHMENT report of the Bureau of Stalls tend to opeu their houses at all They Implement consisting of The Possession will be piven of hi Jinmc 1 extra Rrrmri Mnrn 1 FVmllv Hail 11 Kaqulrer Cincinnati Clitea go 1 titer Ocean tics will estimate the value of the wool say that the high prices of this year Horse 1 Tinnnn Saddle Stallion j Wace at once and of the 68 u rn J J says somebody clip of the United States this year at will induce planting of an enormous uikuk vy xuuok loiu ana oui or i i 1888 O these men A remarkable feature of the election Â¬ PetsTons desiring to look over the land eering was at the polls of Precinot C somewhere but under some circum- Â¬ 7000000 Since the last census the crop and low prices next year and a mare by 8am Phelps Fortownil will apply to any the undersigned who To a number of sheep has Increased from heavy buyer this season will load up Yearllug Filly full Vsister to the sVal- - vrill takcoleasure of shnwintr Twenty first Ward yesterday morn Â¬ stances its O these women VAVo in cam with e big stock at high prices witli lion 1 MfilnrViU ing was the appearance of a woman recent opening iu one of the swell thirty five millions to forty millions r JAMES W HUGUEL Y almost the certainly of a falling market nH7SJear0dl8eeM l YearUuK Steer corner with a bundle of Union millinery establishments of Wabash at the At the sale of stock ou the Breckin- Â¬ Xabor ticket tlm frih irwL She gave her name as avenue came ten Boclety ladles in car- Â¬ ridge farm near Louisville the best ahead of him Many of the strip raep 60 barrels of Corn in v TAfTin hitVittct v i MnScbuck of Kb 212 Warsaw pike riages seal skin pacques and solitaries milch cows of the Hoist el n strain have already a great many hogsheads Shocks rif Fodder executors Price Hill She is a member of Lady They were seated before swinging mir- - brought from 138 to 150 each while to dispose of out of former purchases About 800 Bundles of Oati Z7K BVsh Auctioneer mV ii -- 11 Franklin Assembly K of H and was rofir and u stair of girls put on and unregistered Jerseys sold at from 60 1 iltraw Rtckv Farm Infl Tools nicti tat a an true to her colors Although her ap- Â¬ took oil each head not more than six Â¬ to 100 grade Jerseys at from 35 to riiJii a I ill wm a a iui r rri H a bushels of Godd Lime Soma Hanse- - dfffdeI straw rick and 3 stacks of pearance was a novelty yet she was teen nor less than four bonnets and 60 and common milch cows from 20 nayo- 41 K anov3ts hoid treated with the utmost respect by the hats Each visitor was provided with to 50 Remaining unclaimed in the Post - TERMS Tea dollars and under iV members of the rallying and challeng Â¬ a hand glass and while they were get- Â¬ Mr W H Wilson of the Abdalah office at Blchmond Ky week ending Ofihli uvpr flint nmnnnf n troIIf tn j v - Srrno of Firs ing committees of the opposing parties ting ttie effect the following notes nuv ig joo the first Monday in January 1888 stock farm sold to W H Hanley the were jotted down Two sales were x iuie wim goou security wiiuout Jn lathe deilgtilfuf liquid Ballard James Miller Julia laxative trad ABAAi ltl uu th closed three orders taken and the rest bay horse Sulton thirteen years old Bales Delia Montgmenr Hatcher f ivvb win Wa rCTjuircuJ STVLES IN LADIES HOSIERY by The Moorps iuouuij iiuoinutujf ior uauiioai con Â¬ dam by Delmonico Bronder W B McCauley Ella 16nov2t got ideas aud promised to be in again DUKE TIPTON stipation and tha many His depending New York Evening FotU Park Shclt Four bit their lips everytime they for 13000 Tne interest bought by Bly William on a weak or inactive condition- of Parke Gile Mr Hanley Is only one half with a Blythe I Autumn colors in hosiery are unusu- Â¬ looked iu the mirror and five put out Chenault D S -- Perkins J D Best quality Canvassed Hams the kidneys liver and bowels It is ally varied and In quality are beauti their tongue and rolled in their lower full control over the management of Francis Alice 2 ShifTp L S Breakfast Bacon and Dried Beef at a pleasant remedy to take both to old the horse It Is the best sale of the FaganMrs JC fully flne In all tlie grades of regular lip whenever1 a style pleased them Sigtnin Jason and young it is gentle in its action Hamilton William Tipton John Trlbble Blounts Bep7tf made good goods In solid colors Seven were garrnlous three dictatorial season Lexington Press Hampton Will and affective ills acceptable to the Thompson Jassoli- there aie eome handsome shades In and one smiledwithoutr ceasing Three The sale of John T Sutherlands Harper Mrs J H ptiie Dolls to close out stock at your own iitomach aud strengthens tlie organs dye rich in lose and also iu those wore false hair seven had powdered estate near Winchester of 43 Short- Â¬ Herndon W Venable A W on which it acts Manufactured only price at Whites Drug Store Wilson LJ tinted The fawn cheeks aud two roughed lips Six horns last Tuesday resulted in fair Jonest Miss Jane more delicately nfitf by Hid California Fig Master Mrs Partite Syrup Company White J brown dove gray and tan shades are breathed with open mouth eight bad prices Eleven head sold from 100 to White Ella If yon need a pair of shoes or boots San Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton thedisplny tiny iace valls and chapped lips six 105 and the 43 averaged about 80 Mirth ADHC particularly attractive In Martian Wilson Minnie 2 ce Willis go to Wallaces 9C0V lm of fancy hose there are but few styles embroidered gloves and only one pair The only ones sold out of the State octI9 4t Advertised matter will bo held two in that can beaid to be strictly new yet of ears had not been pierced There were Mobs Rose 5th aud calf 150 to weeks after date of advprtlnompnt nnri Do you know where Whites Drug there are enough departures lrom the were four crooked skirts four high J R Foster of Waverly O E E then if undelivered will be sent to the Btore is v ngtf standard patterns to give the charm of linen collars x bouuets five fur PoRue ofMaysllckgot Cordelia 12tb dead letter office nelt House on last court day the best Post office hours from 6 a m to 7 p for S100 novel ty to the seasons exhibit wraps and four earrltxj their pocket- Thousands of Canned Fruits and place to buy drugs and books Whites M Money order and registered letter Golden bronze silk hose are sold In diioks iu lueir nanus only one re- Â¬ The best estimates place this years hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p jr Vegetables are being received- - dally at Drugstore n9tf- very large quantities these being very frained from verbal enthusiasm crops of the United States as follows J B WILLIS P ST Trlbble SDd BlouniJB eep7tf Patronize Brooks trie druggist Â¬ 1 THE GLIMAX All Subcriptions DUE THE sv i HERALD Which ceased to exist last June should Â¬ yg- - pa sSbiga7 5Aa sx est J Wn OIAISWERABLE FACTS -- AT ONCE BE That Are Demonstrated At i E t3Tb STRUNG S 4 AT THE Louisville S tore Â¬ 2 r J O- L jl TB JEi CM OfflCL at the On Account of Bad Health is fgsSjgKLook BEAD CAREFULLY WHAT YOU AX DO WITH THE MONEY HEM EM BER THAT CASH WILL BUY THESE GOODS AT Â¬ CLOSING- OUT HIS IMMENSE STOCK OF READY MADE c tobac- co-producing richly-Illustrat- CLOTHI NG OVERCOATS AT COST AZtRGE STOCK -- date on the margin of your Climax just after your name that is the date to which you are paid If you owe any thing on the Herald please call and pay it or send it to us as the Herald business must be settled You have had four months in which to pay a dollar or two and we are sure you do not want any more time THE Co THESE PRICES 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 j 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 1 12 I- - 7- - Â¬ Better Suit of Clothes at Better Suit of Cfothes at Good Overcoat at Better Overcoat at Better Overcoat at Womens Shoes at Womens Shoes at Boots at 1 - 4 1 1 - at I Hats at Hats at Hats at Now is the time to make your purchase Climax Printing Call and he will h Civ Tou A Bargain OF- - LIVE STOCK MAEKET REPORT CLQAR8 I GOAMS At All Prices and in All Styl o F s j CORRECTED WEEKLY BY WEBER LOPER CO Live Stock Commission Merchants at Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards CINCINNATI OHIO NOVEMBER 14 18S7 OvercoatSiA Sizes that Must Go SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Â¬ common to rair 000a to xrra uxen rair to 000a Jxen common and Kougn Good to Extra Fair to Good 3 cp 3o 2 25 4 00 3 75 2 75 3 00 3 25 1 00 g 3 50 3 75 2 00 7 Remember that these prices aiv Rock Bottom Prices for CashOur is complete and we have a great ui goods that we have not enumerated ww but call and see what we have and von will be satisfied that we have the best tnck ever in Richmond sold at prices never Ik fore offered Come and see us and see tin great bargains we have - -a All persons indebted to me must BUTCHER CATTLE common to rair Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cdws Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping 2 40 2 50 Best Bologna 2 30 2 2o Fair Bologna 2 oo 2 25 Fair to Good Feeders 2 oo 2 15 Common and Thin 1 oo t 50 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 oo 3 25 Fair to Good Steers 2 50 2 75 Good to Extra Heifers 2 00 2 25 Common and Thin Stackers 1 50 2 00 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 oo50 00 Fair to Good 30 oo4o 00 Common 15 oo25 00 Best Veal Calves 5 25 5 50 Fair to Good 4 oo 5 00 Common and Heavy 2 oo 3 50 SPRING LAMBS Good Extra Heavy 4 85 5 00 Good Butcher 4 6o 4 75 Fair Butchers oo 4 4 50 Common and Tail Ends 3 oo 3 25 HOGS Select Butchers 4 So 4 60 -Fair to Good Packers 4 25 40 Good to Extra Lights 4 30 4 40 Light Pigs n 35 Roughs and Scalawags 2 75 3 25 3 50 2 7515 3 00 3 75 3 25 2 25 2 50 1 75 2 00 1 oo 1 50 i 6e 3 25 August 21- - tr H call and settle as I mean business J C LYTER Public Sale Wednesday LAND SALE f - m- - IS THE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY pope LOUISVILLE FOR J STREKTG r THE CELEBRATED Â¬ 23 PUBLIC 1 STOCK CEOP Jt 3J WEBWAGONS FARM JtLi They are about closing up their busine and have on hand over 4000 of them PITEHT TRUSS BOD AHD TUBULAR AXLE Famine MeiiieE thrjee-year-ol- i r I TratoyIiT2l 87 le Real Mate 3 0 81 - Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES ACRES FOUND AT THE CASH GROCERY M fagons Warrantfifl For One Year the The Best Material The Easiest Terms HOUSE Public Salii STOCK AND Saturday JL Call on Mr Pope and examine wagons Dont buy before doing so OF WEBSTER WAGOT June 22 CO tf Y xLBS5 ON Â¬ North Second Street A full and complete stock of Library Lamps Rotors Silver Platefl De STAPLE AND FANCY -- two-year-o- GROCERIES Mes anil Wnrlnn tJ -- PsIAt V - a- - av LETTERS Confectioneries workmanship at Canned Goods The Quote Prises Green and Dried Fruit Very best material employed in their nian Aiiey can not M or i surpassed in stvle W -- and plenty of every uitiuture thing in my line This house is Striefly N - Business A- - if yonsee them because you cant help Tliey Are Precisely You Will Lik Theso it flat You fa Â¬ -- i FOUND SeftX JJ 1 Our stock of Queens ware and Glass ware ana especially our Decoeated Din The best goods are ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive kept and sold on very BEST GUiAJDEsS O I close margin for cash COFFEES SUGARS TEAS GIVE THIS HOUSE and other Staple Groceries also Ginned Strictly CASH Basis A Juue22 tf TRIAL Goods June22 tT - IS GG FRlffGlS BSTO Mr L D Randall of Smith Grove Ky writes the Farmers Home Jour-nulr-EDNKSDAY NOVEMBER 16 1SS7 the Bowling Green Fair I cap tured fivejiremiums with four head Climax frm now until Jan- - At Owensboro 1 The arrived too late to uarylfct 1889S150 show in class and sweeptakea rings and not having a full herd of my own Mr Buck Watts purchased Dr Giles showed In herd ring In connection Harris sadtllde stallion for 260 with C W Burton aud got beat by Gentry Bros of Danville bought my friend Col T B Moberley of Richmond Ky lust week in lliia county 06 aged mulea prices ranging from SS to 146 From 3Iadison Â¬ THE CLIMAX A Ceaipliinent to his left of tile center and appeared just under the aklu a little back of the elbow The bullet was soon extracted and then it was learned that the cavity had been penetrate McCreary and Clelland both gave bond iu the sum of 1010 each and m - her forty ninth year She was a native We Incline to Ihe belief that Bern Â¬ of Bouri on county and moved to this hardt will not enter a nunnery until CROOKE B CROOKE place from Danville nine years ago She after all the other places are closed up Mrs J W Alcom of Stanford was in was a consistent Christian woman and a Peoria Transcript the cityjon Wednesday last member of the Baptist church During The Domestic at Armors Miss Laura Hargis visited Miss Hattie her residence here she has made many The ladies will be pleated to hear friends who mourn her loss Stivers in Clark last week our enterprising jeweler D P George Rymell died in Richmond Ky that Miss Lizzie Jett left Thursday for a AitMER ha added to his stock the on Friday Nov nth 1887 aged 85 years visit to relatives in Frankfort celebrated Domestic Sewing Machine Deceased was the oldest man in town with the new wood work and entire Mr Prewitt Van Meter of Clark was was in Bourbon county and never born lot of new attachments The Domes in the city Monday on business lived elsewhere until he came to Rich- Â¬ Is undoubtedly the star Miss Kittie Bush of Clark county vis Â¬ mond ten or twelve years ago to live with tic Machine that leads tbem all Call and examine Sunday School Association ited Miss Annie Lynch last week ids daughters Mrs Hall and Mrs Short- Â¬ them Any one who wants a useful Turley 1 Friday Walker i la t The following young ladies are out Mrs Virginia Lackey visited Mrs T ridge Mr Rymell was 72 years a mem- Â¬ Christmas present for a lady friend 1 to Coviiig- - soliciting baskets for the SuiuUv car load of cattle jp ber of the Methodist church He never H Grubbs at Mt Sterling last week should see the Domestic Second St W Wkh fcliltped 3 ear sclwol convention whicli convenes held any office save that of Captain of opposite Cotirt hoiife He also keeps Mr and Mrs Forman of Bourbon Militia - and on Sunday J W Bales on Saturday He was a Henry Clay Whig November 19 in tlie J to H Lehman ISoar loads to Baptist church Mi esMinva Phelps county visited friends here last week a Union man and since was a Democrat needles for all makes of Sewing 11 Machines and the best of Machine Annie Letcher Mary Keale Minna J attended His parents kept the first tavern ever kept Oil Mr Stephen D Parrish i City 16novlt Â¬ in Lexington and his mother was a pupil Crulclier Elise Bennett Mattie Mc court at McKee in Jackson county last When Dr W G WIlUe purchased Dowell The above young ladies are and present at the school when the teach- Â¬ week If there la anything that strikes 1 drug store from Mers Evans Â¬ er had the famous fight with a wild cat home to the human soul with a sense Â¬ giteosetl at the representatives of the several denom- wx druggi ts Mr Thos Martin of Kingston has ac- one I Â¬ in the school room The of forlorn incongruity it is a white and Dr inations aud each member of the dif cepted a position at W G Whites drug- housemorning 1 hi of the Mock of drngs stood where the clerks office lately plug hat in a flurry of snow ferent congregations should contribute Burling Â¬ Wiit- - came within IW of guess something All persons interested iu store stood in the Court house yard The ton Free Presj ii tlie exact valuation Miss Irene Moore of Harrodsburg is tavern stood down on Water street near Sunday school work in Richmond aud Pope ridge wife of vicinity should briug or send a basket the guest of tlie Misses Logan on the the trestle Mrs Kate M Breeklu This is uot an essay on man but a campus JiUe Robert J Breckinridge of Dan There is no danger of having too much show case tilled with nickle plated Wednesday The as the ladies will send the unopened DRIP ROCK lf died on Mrs General James Stone of Leavenevery pair warranted at P ijial ivured in the Lexington eeuie baskets an that which is not consum- Â¬ worth Kansas is the guest of her son M Popes down on Main Street ed to the womaus exchange which will Capt Sam H Stone lie lwd been suffering with tn ESTirt COUNTY Scissors of all sizes and styles tf be distributed among the poor As a big r dji- - for several years Rev A B Williams has been suffer Â¬ Mr W D Oldham left Monday for i crowd is expected and a big time gen Â¬ ing with rheumatism but it getting my said Mrs MagufTin No U 1 Brooks of 1arK and J J erally anticipated a big dinner would Cincinnati to purchase more goods for better and will soon be 011 the Hue of husband isnt what You would call a - of tithe piaa bought tlie be in keeepiiifr and iu harmony so his dry goods house i duty again lamed man but be is very ambitious I Helen Brooks let every one send a mite The base- Â¬ Thomp- Â¬ ntifd hub rutiiter Miss Annie Samuels and Mrs The farmers are all gathering com to acquire an education Why he - Saturday last for 1000 She will ment of the Baptist church will be son of Mt Sterling were over attending aud hauling logs for the market at attend primaries almost every night an rv- - here tins latter part of the week lieated comfortably where the dinner tlie funeral of Mrs W H Gardner Boston Transcript Frankfort Ky and other points 011 and winter with W Jl LrtelrerV will be spread and every Sunday Senator Bennett and Maj A J Reed the Kentucky river ru i is Armer lias on elegant stock of school iu the county is expected to be went to Frankfort on Monday to submit James H Edwards supersedes D C watches clocks and jewelry ul6tf present some cases in the Court of Appeals A defp cld verging into contninip Alcorn as clerk In filestore of David- Â¬ u ii hi heei cured by Rowlands Occasionally practical jokers do witty Uoeth anil Barrett Mr F M Green went on Wednesday son Co Mr Alcorn has moved l niiMiuud Honey ot Ttr Tills is a A number of Richmond people left last to Cincinnati where he enjoyed West where lie expects to make his things as when some students in a in licin- - iiiannaotnred in Riehnioud Friday and Saturday to see the great Booth and Barrett the remainder of the future home western t ily tuok down a sign Stamp Â¬ t Mr Ivl Kowlantl and is certainly ing done here aud put it up over the week American tragedians who are now J W Creed DDS of Waco passed a fine remedy for eokls hoarseness and traveling to gether presenting Shake Â¬ to a variety theatre Burling- Â¬ Miss Lizzie Barrett returned home Sat- Â¬ through town to day ou his way to entrance luiilred ailments ton Free Press speares dramas in great magnificence urday from a summers visit to Detroit McKee where he expects to stay until to the New York Philadelphia and points in tin Friday November 2Sth R A aud affording a treat Dont fail to call ou Armer for every after Circuit Court which commeuces Nel aud W H Bogte administrators admirers of Shakespeares works New Jersey thing in the jewelry Hue Hl6if next Mouday f the late Abram Burton will sell Saturday night the Merchant of Venice Mr Charles Nuckols and wife of The Minneapolis Tribune editorial Parson was out hunting the Mr Isaac publicly ou the itrenilses near Salem was played to a packed house At the Woodford county visited Mr and Mrs church on Jolly Ridge the stock crop Saturday matinee Booth played Ham- Â¬ R C Stockton on Friday and Sat- Â¬ other day and killed a large panther on Mrs Cleveland did its work in a with his Winchester rifle that meas- Â¬ great nud abundant sort of a way let Shakesjeares greatest pluyaud this and farming implements anil house ured seven feet from tip to tip and has Not only were the people of the whole On urday last celebrated actors master piece hM goods of decedent Mr Talton Walker of Fayette county his hide on exhibition here country painfully surprised but here Saturday night Julius Ciesar was pre Â¬ The old I D Smith property and sented to an enormous audience aud who was formerly sheriff of this coun- Â¬ Id the Northwest eveu the corn was Mr P R Phillips was in town a few the adjoining Wherrift house well great enthusiasm reigned throughout ty spedt the last five days with relatives days ago representing shocked Duluth P iragrapber the well known known to old timers by tlie above tlie play Booth appeared as Brutus in the county Armer is giving some nice bargains Co dry goods firm of Carter Bros Â¬ names and now known as the Willis and Barrett us Cassius Booth with Mrs Dr C C Smith is visiting rela- Â¬ and notions of Louisville n6tf Mr P Is Go and see his fine stock Houshave been painted red which his finished actingand noble mien won tives in Danville and Mrs J M Benton doing a good business for his firm changes and imptoves that locality all hearts as Brutus while Barrett as of Winchester is visiting her father Dr Le ice cream a morl I Vive Ie bi- Â¬ Mr William Anderson of the Mis- Â¬ valve Chicago Saturday Herald very much in apftearance won some laurels but his C C Smith Cafsius sionary Baptist church preached to a ease and that Miss Ella Trimble of Mt Sterling was Mr Graudisou Parrisli who recently acting hasnt A full Hue of French goods atTribble grace which characterizes Booths the guest of Miss Nettie Stockton on large congregation last Sunday eve Â¬ di J in Montgomery county was a eep7tf Blounts ning on his way from Cain Spring lal brother of the late Milo Baxter every movement aud expression Tlie Thursday evening en route for the Mann church to his home at McKee When a lawyer draws a conveyauce wrty left Covington after the perform Friend wedding which takes place to day ami a brother of Mr 0 ihN count auceand reached home Sunday morning Mrs Emily and Alice Davidson to-Â¬ is he a horse or a mule Louisville Nil Parristi f Fayette county Mr R M Dudley Jr who has been Iruieily of this county Mr 1arrWi at 6 oclock Those who comprised the spending some time in Michigan spent a gether with James Davidson Jr of Democrat at Ins death was probuwle tlie iridest party were Mrs S H Stone Miss few days with his parents Mr and Mrs Athens Ky are visiting Mr F R Finest Flour in town at Tribble Mary Harris Mrs Dr A W Smith W H Davidson and friends and Blounts M ison in tlie State sep 7tf Thos Dudley aud left on Wednesday for and are much pleased with the mountains Mises Nettie Stockton Mary Fore- Â¬ Mexico The man who has seen better days Change f Trains Mary Hume man Laura Shackelford here is now having better nights Lowell Mr M Barlow thinks of moving with Lucia Buruam The 7 15l X train imw stops at Sttllie Hhackeltord EDEXT0X Citizen Richmond ami returns North from Lucile Crooke Daisy Hart Nettie His family to Covington where he will here leaving at 729 a X The night Brouston Bessie McDowell Mrs Sal establish a factory for his celebrated Just received at Tribble Blounti 26octtf Wheat looks bud in this section train to Sunford and the morning lie Miller Mrs Ami Fife Mrs E Planetarium At present Mrs Barlow will 600 dozen cans of Tomatoes Corn George Sewell has a pig that catches Peas Beaus Peaches Pears Apricots train from Stanford imve tlierefore Hume Mrs J C Jyter Mrs Lizzie visit her daughter in Nashville and Miss Shackelford Profsv R T Irvine J T Florence will visit Mrs Judge Beckner at rats and lots of them been discontinued and other canned fruits and vegetables Aker E Carichofl O Kennedy and Winchester fcepV tfv John M Burton while workiug ou Cheapest place in town The Skeleton Messrs Wm Hume Robt Adams Mrs V Y Sheppard and daughters his barn struck his knee with a hatchet Vauu John Robinsons living skol Staunton Hume W R McDowell Misses Mary and Mattie willspend the A maker of automatons recently and painfully hurt It t n is at hk home out on life Speed Terry Hagan Arch Doty Eugene winter in Virginia and will be present at made some Anarchists but they Col Carrier and David Vinson veil turnpike for the winter The Hume D Sweets R Oflutt M Ward the marriage of Mr Ottaway Allen wouldnt work Puck iiitis has gone into winter quarters Rodes Shackelfoid Lisle Irvine J brother of Mrs Sheppard which will while eugaged iu a game of cards got Tribble Blotlut headquarter for Mr Vauu wns In both W Goodeu and W Harding ii t iiicinuati occur in Richmond Virginia some time iuto a dispute which resulted in Car- Â¬ sep7lf rier cutting Viusou on the shoulder tea the recent wrecks of the circus but in February luflicting a very ugly wound Killed tc jed unhurt Col Faulkner and Mr Sam Ben- Â¬ Remember it costs jou nothing to Near 11 oclock on last Friday night nett John Mates THIN COLUMN Jr returned Monday from the deer try Ganters Chicken Cholera Cure iu William Schilling was shot and dan Â¬ Within tlie past ten days Mr Wm gerously wounded by Robert McCreary hunt in Tennessee where they report fine the event it fails It h guaranteed to hunting and plenty of game The party Its feared that the fellow who was Arnold lias bought eight aged mules at from which wound Schilling died at had when they lelt which was Saturday going about town the other day look- Â¬ cure iu every instance Sold by Stock Â¬ an average price of 188 He has dur y ton Willis It 4 oclock on Sunday afternoon killed fourteen deer in five days The ing fur a fire brick wanted to fire a 11 g tiie seasvHi pureimted 40 mare Â¬ McCreary who is a sou of Congress -remaining gentlemen are expected home brick at tomebody Fine Oranges Bananas and Lemons iiiUies which he thinks as good as any man McCreary I3N and member of the the latter part of this week Blounts Kentucky not bolter at an if in Fuck tells nl an old colored preacher received daily at Tribble Senior class of Central University sep7lf virage cost ofSSO per head or SS2S0 went iuto tlie confectionery of who was describing heaven to his con- Â¬ H I 1 tiie lot RELIGIOUS gregation Said he Why my dear Ziemann on First street step father ot The reason most life insurance com- Â¬ dyin brudilers an sisters its a reglar Schilling and was accompanied by Had Keen PossaaiHg panies refuse to accept a womau ap- Â¬ Elders Reynolds and Elliott exchanged Kentucky of n place 1iiisioii examiner BroKke had a William Clelland ot Lebanon form pulpits on Sunday last plicant is because theyre afraid shell erly n studciit iu tlie University now And the Anarchists are to behang die before shes thirty years old of ci an fr 111 Owsley couuty Whhc him Prof B C Hagerman will preach in ed remarked a man as he seated n Monday for re examination Duluth Paragrapher The a dork in the Madison County Drug the Christian church Sunday morning himself on a box in a fcture house lijw ackuowledged that he had been Store young men and evening had a bottle of wine Tiie Yes and I think Thursday evening You tvlll be perfectly satisfied if you Tlie pension will be l suinin taid deal at Whites Diug Htoro Rev Charles A Berry of Wolver- Â¬ they ought to haug Herr Mot i - ijluiueil We huoe mi doubt that which they had gotten elswhere and n9tf jed to drink it at the table with hampton England will probably suc- Â¬ a listener Yes I guess theyll hang i I rge i r cent of tlie penbHuers are projto Magistrate Im Had him there a lunch they meant to order They did ceed Mr Beecher as pastor of Plymouth most of them earnestly responded a U ng the ossum aot afraid 1 will have to commit you as a nut stop iu the front room but walked church third party nuisance Heal Estate Transfer back into tiie diuiug departmentand The subjoined colloquy needs no dia- Â¬ Rev E O Guerrant pastor of the Prisoner But it is against the law Dr M C Heath sold his coUage ou pioceeded to lake the cover from the Presbyterian church at Troy and quite gram to commit a uultauce Philadelphia Main street next to the Willis House table In doing so Clelland turned Is this the SberifPs ofllce nud are News well known here will spend his winter in on Saturday last forSlOO to Dr J P over the castor At this Schilling you tlie Sherifl Florida Htiiidoii Dr Herudon sold his stock took exceptions and told them they This is the place1 and Im the man A familiar housthoid word Whites tf drugs to Dr Heath as iwTt pay Â¬ could not drink wiue in that house J A Henderson will commence a pro- Â¬ sir Drug Store n9tf to words upon which Schil- Â¬ tracted meeting at the Providence church ment and gave possession of the drug- Â¬ This Jed Well I want to pay the tux of Mary A Virginia cat is reported to be store on Monday The firm will be for ling ordered the young men from the on Sunday next at n oclock Preaching Pralher house They went out but McCreary at 7 oclock- - No day service rearing two young foxes aloug with the present Dr M J Heath Youre the very man Im looking for of kittens These ypung returned to pacify Schilling He had At Carlisle- - Ghristian church the meet where is Mary Pralher auy how 1 her litter A Wedding Dress to Schilling during the remarked of tvo weeks and two days duration Ive been looking fur her for some reyuards were evidently born for some ing The Slippery Elm correspondent of first visit that he ought not lo pay any closed night before last with good purr puss Charlestown Enter Â¬ additions time n the Somerset Republican says Mr attention to Clelland as no offense Elder A P Cobb of Decatur57 prise III doing Bhes at the poar house iu Garrard Joe Blumbsby and Mi s I tauuah Ma Â¬ was intended In a moment McCrea- Â¬ the preaching couuty Every can of goods that you buy ria Jimalhui were married yesterday ry came out of the house followed by Poor house the mischief Whataa from Tribble Blount is guaranteed to at tlie residence of the brides parents Schilling McCreary two walked The Mite Society of the Kirksville Tiie bride wore a beautiful indigo blue doorsaud in front of the barber- Â¬ Presbyterian church Will give a lunch at womau doing at the poor house in be df standard welht and quality sep7tf calico dress trimmed with point lace shop turned as Schilling struck at the house of their pastor Rev W CroV Garrard couuty when shes got 600 10 nod albatross No ornaments but nat- Â¬ him but whether Schilling had a on Friday the 18th Friends cordially worth of laud in Madison on Ceilings 15 Mature knew what the was about Well shes there here give me a ural floa ere The wedding presents weapon in hand is not known Schil- Â¬ invited to attend when she made women beardless Call receipt and take the money choice selec- Â¬ were numerous aud costly ling struck three or four times when The Union Thanksgiving service wil be Yes Ill do that aud by Wood Ill She knew uot one io n thousand could McCreary shot him held at the First Presbyterian church of write to Judge Walker of Garrard keep herchiu still Jong enough to get Crossings Policeman Mershou and others were this city Nov Thursday The aud tell him that Mary Prat her a got shaved Biughamion Republican 24 While crossings are being put down near and the former followed Clelland m mm Â¬ let double ones be put from Herndons who was also near to his room aud sermon will be preached by Dr Hender land in this county aud to turn her Dont buy cheap light weight canned son of the Methodist church Every- Â¬ out ol the poor house why thala the to the corner of the Court house yard McCreary him walked arrested goods when you cau buy standard Ju1vi3 tf fr jm Dillinghams corner to the same across to the other side of Main street body invited to attend Music by all the blamedest thing I ever heard of at Tribble Blounts for the Yes but maybe you dont know how goods corner of the Court house yard from aud waited until Mershon came for singers of the various church choirs same money sep7lf The protracted meeting of two weeks this thing is You see Mary Pralher Ramseys corner to the corner of the him Schilling returned into the house m m portable engines of au sizes xne tMnom is my wife and Im the keeper of the Â¬ Republican party still seems to I ourt house yard ou that side The from and sent for a surgeon It was proba- Â¬ duration conducted by Rev J A HenJoiiLit wrwacasauu uaisnsz ciover peas ana iu seeds and zrain k fCft iukn gll lilrfJ I be In the active yoice but Is rapidly MMiwNiuiuuAuan uaavaaao the Garnet House to the gate of the bly twenty mjnutes before one was derson assisted by his son Rev Harry Garrard couuty poor houseJ Oh I see well come go over Ill drifting into the Inuocuoua mood and C art Â¬ bou6e yard oppoeite and on found Dr T J Taylor arrived and Henderson of Versailles at the Metho past tenia Exchange tiie other side frem StouBers to the found Schilling sitting up impatiently dist Episcopal church closed on last setTem up x gite next to hire It wouW hes relief awaiting the arrival The wound was Wednesday night with six additions Rev Things are bad enough now but It is sad to see amily relics sold nt to have a single crossing from Kelleys examined and found o appear slight Harry Henderson U a brilliant young man when the women get into ofllce we auction but the most painful thing Cjrner to tlie corner of the Court house as the bullet entered at the lower edge and won golden opinions while here shall have a good deal more miss under the haruraer Is generally your yard of the ribs on the left side four inches Mist Rose Elizabeth Cleveland the management Exchange thumb nai Boetoji Bulletin Miss Pauline Breck is very sick in Chi- Â¬ cago Tuok Agee who was hanged In The Transfer Company thould have Lexington notice of which was made had enterprise enough to meet the in last weekn Climax was a native train Sunday morning of Madison county He was related to Mr Sim Bennett Jr purchased the the man Agee whos throat wns cut Jasuti Walker lHHe helter known as from ear to ear by the then noted the Ward roper iMWie on Saturday Shade Barnes who was sentenced to be hanged but committed suicide at last tor 3595 tlie end of a rope in tlie old log jail that Son have reÂ¬ stood ou the coruer of the Court house Messrs E Foreman cently added new machinery to their yard diagonally opposite the M E large flouring mills in consequence ol church increased trade Fhers for JIadison The following horses were purchased Mr Wm McMakin traveling agent by Madison parties at B G Brucea for the Domestic Sewiug Machine Co was here this week and arranged Combination Sale on last Friday In Mr B G Million bought with Armer for the sale of the Domes Lexington Mary Howard a bay filly by Charley tc machine Howard full brother of Harry Bassett Nor SGtli Mr Duke her dum by Plenipo running back to On Saturday Titon will sell uwbtteiy on the prem Inquois and the 8kccdaddle family East of BwHieaborough in Madi He also bought Annona a beautiful couuty his ttoek orop and farm Â¬ chestnut yearling filly by Blue Eyes ing implements Istdmn AuuIeIhicombhiing Australian LexhiKton and Eclipse blood MrAV on Mouday evening Profi R V tennis Letcher purchased Hibernia a bay I rrjclioll and K rowdy leeated Prof Ally by Ten Broeck 1st dam Wild Mr Eugene Walker in the Wave Irvine aud Mr J J Brooks purchased Score 6 to 2 4 m two Hit of three Willie Carrol by Wanderer 1st dam and 6 to 5 t Billetla These are a fine lot of Wiggins have the contract yearlings and 11s Madison has the EaMui trotter she evi- Â¬ I r furnishing the lamber lor tiieliuest fastest lend Iiue now buikliitg in Winchester dently wants to prices the running races ranged from 300 The iJ Wiggins ttreeK furm li it Hie as well on theoolts t r J ware Tlmt U doing a good deal to 1500 ttfal ta Presidents sister has just hired a piw in the First Presbyterian church at Elevenh street and Fifth avenue of which the Rev Richard D Harlan son of the Associate Justice Joseph M Harlan of the Supreme Court is pastor Miss Cleveland conW fR0YAtfSBl7 templates taking a class in the Sunday were allowed to go home school and will make herself generally Schillings condition ou Saturday useful in the churchs affairs New York was favorable but that night grew Sun worse and on Sunday afternoon he The recent Baptist Jubilee at Louisville died He made no dying declaration held to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Kern1 MNjmJ although he was conscious to within an their General Association in Kentucky hour of death brought out some statistics that will Schilling came here from Cincinnati prove of interest to all church members several years ago but for some months In fifty years Baptists have spent 200 hnd been in that city having returned 000 in State missions and added 50000 here only recently He was an An- Â¬ members At the last meeting previous archist but rarely talked on the to the Jubilee the total subscription for subject He had been in several small work was 26000 making 20 cents for troubles the remains were burled In each white Baptitt in Kentucky Gifts the cemetery on Monday to educationil institutions hal been in all Upon the death of Schilling McCrea- Â¬ 185000 to 700000 to Georgetown ry was re arrested aud put underguard Bethel College 175000 to Theological The case was called before County School 300003 to the female colleges Judge Cbeuault ou Mouday but on 100000 motion of Couuty Attorney Sullivan This powder never varies A marvel of purity strength and wliolesomeness More was coutluued uutil 10 oclock to day economical than the ordinary kinds and DIED cannot be wild In competition with the mul Â¬ Neither McCreary nor Schilling was titudes ot low test Khortjwelzlit alum or plios drunk powdjn Bold only In cans RoVAi Jeptha Newby aged six years son of Shate POWDEK CO 106 Wall BU N Y The Ziemanns prefer uot to make W B and Francis Newby died on Jnue 22 tf auy statement until the trial Nov 12th at their home in Madi son county Ky of typhoid fever PERSONAL In the way of the world It is the lucky speculator that avoids the Mrs Eliza J Shortridge died at her Miss Lizzie Bennett is improving sqeeze aud locates in the corner home on East Main street Thursday Chicago Inter Ocean Mr C E Smith is in Kansas City morning Nov 10 18S7 with cancer in Â¬ EXECUTORS SALE l Local Produce Markets CORRECTED ARNOLD BY COV1NGTOJT WEEKLY BRO GROCERS IRVINE STREET RICHMOND KY 15 18S7 As Executor of the estate of Henry N Wells I will on Richmond Ky Nov Uef Cattle Hog Butcher- 13 15c Saturday November 26 at 3 oclock der pm sell to the highest bid Â¬ Q Houses Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens E Hfjfaoc 1 P0WDEI Absolutely Pure Corn per barrel Hay per too lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 tbs The first is the house on the South side Lard of Main street occupied by Mrs Sallie Tallow Cobb Beeswax The second is the house on the South Feathers side of Main street just above the one Meal mentioned Oats per bushel The third is on the East side of Estill Orchard Grass avenue now occupied by James Alman German Millet ALSO ONE SHARE OF STOCK IN Timothy Seed Clover Seed THE FAIR GROUNDS in sheat Terms easy and made known on day of Oats blue grass seed Choice sale Red top seed CYRUS T WELLS Sweet Potatoes Executor Henry N Wells estate Irish Potatoes 204 o RICHMGETD IN and Lots flour Wheat - - 50 x 752 00 1 2 25J 00 252 III2C 2K3C i5floe ioGtoS 25 20 25 5 667c iSWicc SO 4coc 4O05O 753P5 5i Sj ioS 5 2S 4o50c 1 w oo3 6575 1 75 opi 758S 25 -- Saturday Â¬ JW F 1 three-year-ol- d Â¬ 1 Jui 1 K- Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Ladies Uderwear Qloves THEY KEEP EVERYTHING IS fiEW O M 2 lt Â¬ -- U- TIT HID DESIRABLE DRY GOODS LINE Q they sell at the same prices you have to pay for the same Goods m AFT QmmBEk2WBKr EASTERN MAHKET - You cannot buy in New York or Philadelphia the Goods they handle at lower prices than Crooke Son ask Cloaks and Jackets in ILarge GO AND SEE THEM Variety o jr- ces QO- -- - JL w nd L WAL 1 aliem-her-ag- e I am simply over stocked and must reduce same w3 U M Ijsti JsfeJ SO NOTE THE PRICE to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced to 10 cents Einest Embossed Gold Paper worth SI reduced to 50 cents Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced EfrrerytMng at REDUCED FRIGES o REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at cents per Bolt and at cents per Bolt early in order to get tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices named GEO M WILLGING 4 w Q X I r3K3Lad 7vlr -- o 0 m LTr mt II 1 I t R Prints hoWsth oih THE CLIMAX JEREJJGH TIPTON ble her to valuo a compctenco at its PACKING PICKLED Tt PORK by jiuirworinj AlflSgofiier m with three throats Hot Days of Snmmor County Judge J C Chenault REPTILES MASONIC People who keop dogs that dash I No amouut of writing or lecturing Cointy01crkThdmas Thorpe meets 2nd 1 Feeding and Marketing Terrapin la tho I out --at rjl sug teams should rumombcr I Lodjc Nn 2 Ricllmon will evor prevent pork from being tho County Attorney J A Sullivan iSbe walfeulJiomo from the picnic WEDNESDAYNOVEMBER 16 18S7Old Days a id Now I nh Tuefida in encll month f thatviu ctso of daiuago done they may in Sheriff N B Deathcrage used on farms during w vnuiu V iUti AaiaaJU a atUl MUM moat generally New Yorkers who wore of tho rising bo hold liable in tho courts SMITH W M J KPEED Live Jailor George V Maupm Tthmkm2 Xb herself that surely novcr the warm months of tho year Hogs generation thirty years ago may f ocall Coroner Alexander Norris TWO OF A KIND BJ Newlon ijccrctary ktlie moon had rison so like a shield ol arc raised on almost every farm in tho tho story told of an Anno Arundel Slock Indicator Surveyor II F Crooke they contain facilities for County man in Maryland whoso slaves The leading farm products of thi country and The prettiest ciri I erersiw jrudfly pearl never the whip-poo- rAssessor John W McPherson Richmond R A Chapter No 16 npon rejection Well I declare slaughtering them and for preserving rcbelcd because he fed them on terra Â¬ United Slates amoant to4 014000000 meets ird Tuesdar in each month wiUs had sung so delightfully as now Supt Public Schools Mr Amanda Dropping Iran oat the case ol coarse 1 hat alone independent To hersurprise and gratification their moat This meat is convenient pin instead of pork and ham Dela Â¬ annually WF FRANCIS II P Million The prejudice caused by reflection repre- Â¬ D P Armkr Secretary 1 think that I can traly any whon she reached the little mountain for cooking in farm houses where soft wares big statesman CITY OFFICERS old John M of nianrtfuctnrrs fisheries etc Altho Is fashions nmanU Pre tarried hotel oa the shores of the lake the cool is generally employed for cooking Clayton once bought an ox cart load sents an average income of seventy City Judge H C Kice COMMANDERV No IQ prettiest girl I erer saw RICHMOND h Tte City Attorney AJ Reed evening stage had brought a relay oi purposes Pork can be fried or broiled of tho palatable reptiles for L They dollars per year for every man woman Was Marguerite when we were married Regular meeting first Tuesday in each City Collector R A Barlow new guests and among their number over a blazing fir j while coals are may also have been told that Lafayotte and cbi d in the country Â¬ Knights jire courteVisiting Bat that was long ago yon sax City Clerk Wm G White To -- void tho iorgetting of tho month invited to Sir was old General Trafton who had needed for broiling beefsteaks or mut Â¬ Cornwallis and Washington holped to attend And time and care do dim the brightest ously ton chops The fat of pork is Tery soften the asperities of Yorktown by practice of salting stock when it is been one of her dead husbands most CITY rOLICE Ot ores and fid with embonpoint J SPEED SMITH Figures erstwhile the lithest slightest convenient for frying Csb eggs pota Â¬ dishes of terrapin but for all that tho given at stacd periods it is suggested faithful friends She ran girl fashion Eminent Commander J D Feeney and J A Mershon The prettiest girl I taow to day toes mnsh battcr cakes and many use of terrapin as a food is of compar Â¬ that a lump of rock salt be placed in to meet him with extended hands IVeH honor bright the troths toy daty CITY COUNCIL D P ArmEr Recorder kinds of vegetables Dried beans are atively recent dale The gastronomic tho manger so as to have it within O Gonoral Traftonf she cried Ot aH the belles blonde or brunette Â¬ J D Mitchell Mayor My Marguerite she is the beauty I am so glad to sec you here now cooked in no way so well as by soak- excellence of tho reptilo was almost easy reach of tho animal whenever it Madison Lodge No 183 at KirksvilleFirst Ward J Stone Walker ing parboiling and baking in connec- Â¬ nnknown as lato as 1843 of all times in the world Now it is may deslro salt Boston Qlobe Ah Marguerite she is the pearl meets Saturday evening Miore me iuh Second Ward G W Evans aH the world the dearest daisy tion with tolerably fat salt pork said that nearly a million of them aro Ot ho said with a To preserve moon in every month Are you puss To rfrescrvo stakes Third Ward Owen McKee Come sew yea neednt look at me T E SHANKS W M paternal kiss Well Tm glad to soo For a steady diet for field hands sent to market every season In fact stakes posts etc placed in tho earth Fourth Ward J W Capcrton As it yea thought I had gene erazrl J M Smith Secretary that yon have at last made friends or for men engaged in almost one of Ihe foremost industries of from going rotten or decaying ono My Marguerite ts fairer tar JUSTICES OF TIIErEACECONSTADLESAND any kind of hard work there is no the Chesapeake region is terrapin dips tho ends of thom in tho following Than any fair I wish Id bresgbt her with your brother-in-la- w rm sere yon woald ag ee wHk me PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING My brother-in-la- w cried Mrs kind of meat that equals pork It is farming and out of that bay and the mixture Kingston Heat three gallons ot tar in Kingston Lodge No 315 at Theres none like Uarsaarste xaj daughter COURT prof erred by laborers in all parts of waters tributary to it no les3 than an iron pot thou add one pound of meets Saturday evening before the full Wallaee with a puzzled face I dont the world It is as generally eaten by know what you are talking about FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND MONTHS 2000000 worth are taken every year lime and one pound of coal powder moon in every month BOEN W M laborers in Cuba as in Ice- Â¬ That tho little reptile could be bought and stir thoroughly JAMES M General Bat pray her dimpled NOVEMBER HER SECOND CHOICE Â¬ J C Wirr Secretary land European and American farm in ve olden tyme for-- a shilling may face brightening as Mr Madison ad Farmers should co oporato in gain Richmond District No 1 D P Armer vanced to her side let me introduce ers who eat pork do four times as much perhaps bo true but jt iscqnally tmo ing a social standing commensurate Wm Waco IoJge No 33S at Waco meets at Court House 3rd Wednesday Mrs Wallaces Miserly OldBroth-cr-in-La- w Mr Madison to yon Mr Madison work as the natives of India whoso that the present price is 30 a dozen with their imjiortanco in furnishing 4th Saturday in every month Willis at Court House 1st Saturday Â¬ food is rice with a 83 pretty drop of her eye principal D G MARTIN W M Lyman Parnh Constable Orders for thorn in quantities conic tho supplies of tho world The moral this is General Trafton lashes It is practical to euro pork in more from all over tho world Regular force that would establish them in W T Fielder Secretary FoxtownDistrict No 2 G B Million CMhl ehild qtioth the okl Gener- Â¬ ways than beef and mutton and there- Â¬ shipments arc mado to England and their trao po ition is wanting to some at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond TYfeat a pity it U tint this sort of Lodge No 57S at John D by secure a greater variety of flavors France as well as to Germany and extent i i the rural dislricls every Â¬ Union CityHamiton Saturday in every Kanatzar in S Buffalo tchool house 4U1 life cant lust ttnvme std the Widow al I knew him before yon were born meets 2nd Chenault Constable Saturday J We called him Ned Wallace then Pork is delicious and tender whon Russia aid an Annapolis firm is cred- Â¬ where Rural Kew Yorker Wattaae irtlh a si k and a smile IOIIN HILL W M month Union DistrictNo 3 Albertis Parks that was before the Madison fortune cured and cooked in almost any man- Â¬ ited wiih sending them even to China Br plowing two furrows on each The pkie in the woods had proved John G Taylor Secretary at Union City 1st Saturday John A him to be-Â¬ ner There is hardly any waste about and Japan sido of tho hedga not only will tho The iee eool drinks came to him and competed jv perfect success Doylcsviile 2nd Saturday R Why come Elfear Wallace Madison a drrssed hog It is true that good loosening Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox Turpin at Constable Thou ih plenty it is probablo tho roots be shortened but tho were delieJons the cold fowl was perÂ¬ N Lanter you vc soup can not be made of the bones and high price of he s the very brother-in-latown mtets vd Satuiday in every month icrrv in is duo as much of tho soil will banefit tho hedgo as fect awl the lobster nMfrvMMsM been afraid of so long Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton SANTFORD OLDHAM W M tho meat that tidhcrcs to them as is to the care and exj crience necessary wi 11 as clean tho surface of the ground coafclnt hare been exotied Uy Dal- at Waco 2nd Saturday John W The little widow turned with the case with fowl beef and mutton fjnee woll kept is very Jacob II Shearer Secretary 1 Moo res at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles to catch them as the demand that thero While a hedge menico himself Anl the sponge cake sparkling eyes and color as deep as a but the head and feet deservedly rank is for them They feed chiefly on nttraclive tho harboring of weeds at was lighter than golden feathers aad Berea LoJge No 617 at Beiei meets Oldham Constable rose to herjfonee among tho table delicacies For eating water cress and roost in great numbers its baso makes tho farm very unsight Â¬ Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at Saturday Wsi M ADAMS W M the chick m pie wus flavored to a Is this true said she Then you during warm weather thero are few in coves and other spots where this ly Iadannp ills Jouma Leeland D Kingston 4th Saturday J C Davis Secretary nicety and there were f rks spooas have been deceiving mc all this time MaupTn at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday kinds of meat that will compare with grass abounds Vho crwatnre is re Â¬ Whon hos havj tho run of a field ad napkias enoHga for every body I00P George Young Constable It is boiled shoulham a thiag that seldom happans at a pc laughing true I ho answered half boiled which unless it besome respects Â¬ markable for its torpidity and yet it is rarely tho caso that they will got have not been de Â¬ der and I Madison Glade District No 6 James M Wood is in withal it is one of tho most elusivo so feverish as to be foundered al meets every Lodge No 4 OddOO Fs nk Fellow Monday night at at Bcrea 3rd Saturday John G Gal- Â¬ For a breakfast dish known The hunters for terrapin need over but they will often get quite hriskly ceiving you DidntTFyon know that superior And the dancing was goag loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday Madison ray name wasElgar there is no meat superior to to be adroit and quick Curiosjty is stifE Tho corn should bo mixed with Hallon MainMStreet oa ia the covered pallWra to the B ARBUCKLE N G R G Ballard Con table But I didnt know that the W sido bacon cut in very thin slices tho terrapins greatest weakness and bran or oas and only half of tho nHsic of two fiddles and a harp awl was L J FraZEE Secretary Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton Wallace she cried and fried or broiled It contains the if they can bo arouscdsufSciently to bulk of the fo hI slould bo of the corn at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander Mrs Wallace leaned ovor the edge ol My own darling he whispered Boone Encampment N040 meets everj Ra at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M the Httle rippling brook her fair fin Â¬ softly w were so prejudiced against desired proportions of fat and lean mako ihcm come to the surfaco of the or carbonaceous sort Such fevered Fellows Fowler Constable third gers in the water her straw hnt gar Â¬ each other When I saw how swcot and moat is tender and has an appetizing water to find out what all lh 5 troublo pork is not the thing to eat When first and Main Thursday at Odd Kv Mreet Richmond flavor Sausage which is generally Poosey District No 8 J N Hendren merely I hogs are fud all tho corn meal they t lall on and is about thfir capture becomes landed around with fern leaves W L FARLEY C P innocent you were I resolved to win made of scraps of pork and flavored at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A a qunsion of nkilL They aro caught will cat one third ot it is wasted L J Frazee Scribe if I could Now that I have with herbs raised in the garden is one aftt the manner employed in crab- Â¬ N Y Observer your Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday Mr Madison watched her with dark done heart so you will not lot an initial part of the cheapest as itis one of the best bingr except SSD Carpenter Constable is used Tho amnsement as he To bo p datable and di eyes of langHtd jio bait Fritters Richmond Uniform Deere Camp No us will you Million District No 9 J M Long at kinds of meat food Pork can be pre hunter usntllr ra s sharply on tho gestible should be mado and cooked 3 meets second Thursday in each month sat reclining against the trunk of a Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New And Mrs Wallace allowed hor hand pared for tho tible with less trouble The lard in which they at Jed fellows nan aide of his boat to aitract the attention very quickly giant eak with his hands clasped on to remain in his while she answered by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday R A BARLOW Captain and cost than any kind of meat A of his pry and when the terrapin are boiled should bo hot tho proper the top ef his head in an attitude of half roughing James A Harvey Constable Frazee Clerk of good butter comes to the surfaco a cleverly handled heat is inliqatcd by a blue smoke considerable amount LJ net ungraceful etefeeor nienU JV No i Ledger must bo used in cookng or flavoring a net scoops them into the boat B titer for Well why cant it last forever KNIGHTS OF HONOR arising from tho surface beefsteak or a mutton chop but ham As to the bast terrapin for eating fritters is best made up several hours sM he Mewly MONKEYS ON WIRES Amity Lodge No 515 K of II meets bacon pickled pork or sausage is opinions differ Thi most accepted before using and is mado by beating everly Fridai evening in Odd Fellows Mrs Wallace made a slight aore Some of llio Trial of Telegraph Linemen cooked in the fat it affords of impatience one however is that those about six six eggs teaspoinful of salt one and a Hall at 7 oclock Ient ZStnpieJ in Yucatan W B BENNY Dictator wAjr Vhy snkl she cant it Though pork is more easily preserved inches long are the best Thevery largo half pints of flour and ono pint of milk Picture to yourselves a country of James Tevis Reporter That is a mans question for all the impenetrable vegetakri with gigan Â¬ for use during warm weather than beef terrapin are coaise besid s which they togeher Drop in hot lard Serve Fine orchard wwrfcL When yon know perfectly well tic palms and plantains with jungles and mutton tliorc is somo trouble in aro generally expensive Of lato years with maple syrup Oool Cheer J L McMURTRY CHURCH DIRECTORY Â¬ that I have got to go to work teach- so dense that it is hard work with a keeping it if tho heat is great Farm- Â¬ terrapin farms have been increasing in Do not allow the calves to run Quena Vista Garrard Co Ky n2tt ing in the antnmn down in flesh for want of good stout and sharp machete to make a ers in the Nor Ih may learn much from Maryland New Jersey and Delaware She looked sneh a chihl herself those in the South in relation to curing and yet it is said that tho industry is feed now They will require as much BAPTIST path through them a country of w4th the loose brown owls blown The custom of not the success it might ha the flesh of the hog or more feed to carry them through heat of innumerable mosquitoes Cane Spring Calvimst 1st Saturday ahewther sweet dimpled faee and and ticks ami malaria and snakes smoking as well as of salting and President CIcvcia id is a great lover the winter if allowed to become poor and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru after aH she was only nineteen before winter sots in and will be in pard and vegetation that grows up in a day sugaring the meat is general there of terrapin although Mrs Cleveland said Mr to a height that interferes with the Â¬ Almost every part of the hog is treat- Â¬ so it is said has had considerable Ah yes 1 rememler much poorer sh ipo to grow next sum- Â¬ la Drowninn Creik ird Saturday and In beating them all making the best Madison rousing himself up into some Â¬ bor of man Such are some parts of ed with dry sugar and salt and then trouble trying to learn to cat them mer Good strong growth from birth Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson grade of Yon wore the Mexican State of Yucatan and thing like active interest it hung in the smoke house for additional From among the first received during to a rather early maturity is tho most Hays Fork 351 Sunday and preceding left tmprorided for by the death of is through such regions that the teleÂ¬ curing It is never placed in brine the season a goodly supply is general- Â¬ profitable cspccialy where meat is Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble yew husband graph winch connects the Mexican and care is takon to get as ly selected by a Baltimore firm and desired Cramming or extra high Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunda Yes said Mrs Vallace with a capital with important points like Stn much moisture out of it as possible sent at once to tho White House feeding has been found to cost Pastorl T L Lawson We Juan Bnutista or San Cristobal must The dry salt and sugar that are applied There thoy are prepared according to mora per pound of product than sMght shrng of the shoulders Saturday KirUville Brick Church were two Babes in the Woods penetrate This is a country where to the the surface of the meat at- Â¬ the famous recipe of Sam Ward that straight- - forward every -- day ood-growth and Sunday Pastor Rev J AJame- Gbarley and L I didnt understand tlte linemen go in couples and armed tract much blood and moisture which made in years gone tho Prince of f eding But no one should Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday ON HAND economy and Charley didnt know with rises to fight oft the fierce are drained off before the pieces arc Wales a devoted lover and judge of make of litis fact an exenso for poor and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pator HE HAS A BIG STOCK ALSO bow to save and when he died there They feeding as that was proven far more Rev the littlo Chesapeake reptiles hung in the smoke house In this puma or M xican tiger tigre r was nothing left bnt debts building tho process of drying goes on are served hot and their way is mado expensive than cramming or too high Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and w1h assault man and is especially But there was a rich brother a ravenous for telegraph constructors Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each in connection with that of smoking I sure by numerous sips of good dry feeding rrairic Farmer half brother a something wasnt Linemen are often attacked by these The weight of the meat is largely re-Â¬ fizz It is important to distinguish in Sabbalh Prayer meeting Thursday night there To Bee a person attack a dish of ter-Â¬ plants tho difference between what Pastor Rev Pays highest casdi price for formidable bea ts whose stuffed skins duced but nothing is lost except Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd The Widow Wallaces bright brown one sees in museums in the City of moisture The smoking and drying rapin for the first time is said to be an may bo termed the vegetative and re-Â¬ Sunday and 4U1 Sunday Saturday and eyes sparkled with indignant fire Mexico No I should not want to en Â¬ continue for several weeks after tho interesting study Tho idea that they productive stages in plants says Mr Pastor Rev E H Burnam Yes said she Charley made counter a jrHina if I were alone and un- Â¬ meat is first hung up and are repeated are about to partake of boiled flsh Thomis M ehan on an If a branch Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday quite swe that he woald provide for armed or in Pastor Rev B S Hunting It would bo of no use to take at intervals throughout tho year worms seems to be the first that strikes unfruitful tree bo ringed June 22 tf rue Bnt be hasnt them Then after much persuasion to a tree for tlio puma would get Every portion of the meat is delicately some other way injured that branch Union 1st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ Have yon asked him One taste is generally Is at once brought to the fruit bearing day Pastor Rev John G Pond there too and he can shin up a tolc flavored with the smoke produced by they taste Xoj of course 1 havent rotorted graph p de willi neatness and dis- Â¬ burning hickory bark or corn cobs enough not to sicken thorn bat to or reproductive condition So far Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday theggfflnw It is his business to patch The Mexican lincmou down in Pork cured in this way Is not likely mako them patrons and lovers of as thero is an antagonism between tho Pastor Rev J A James omete we And besides I have the hot omst country shoot many a to spoil if kept for many years Tho fine a fish as ever came from the hands vegetative and reproductive stages Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ been told that that he was not quite IMima while out attending to their only danger arises from insects that of any chef Y Mail and Express When tho reproductive stage is reached day Pastor Rev CO LIGHTHIHG ROD piened when Charley married a poor lines there is another sub division Tho may deposit their eggs in the meat Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ liMle district school teacher like me A scarcely less formidable antago- Â¬ during warm weather it they gain ac- Â¬ which nutrition most freely vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday prrt to PAPER PRODUCTION And Im not a beggar addsl Mrs nist is found in the monkeytribe who cess to it They will not enter a in each month at 11 oclock A M and flows produces chiefly female flowers FOUSHEB MELTON CO WaHnee with spirit Proprietors inhabit the jungles and chapparal of smoke house if it is kept dark If it is Methods by Which the Uet and Molt D ar Â¬ while the part to which nutrition flows also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor Quality I Made Elder M Campbell able H j may be a very good sort o fel Â¬ Tahsco Literally the woods are full desired to tako the meat from the less freely yiolds chiefly male flowers - Lexington Ky 16 Market Rtreet To properly mix fibres we must Any one can see this who examines a low Bttgges ed Madison sleepily ol I hem Their favorite diversion smoke hnusc it can be protected from CATHOLIC know the way thoy combine to pro- Â¬ Bnt he isnt said the widow when not in quest of food is to betake insects by wrapping each piece in pa- Â¬ DEALERS LV larch a spruce or a pine Indian Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun Hes a miserly old erak And I hate themselves to tlw telegraph line for per or by covering it with cloth to duce paper and tho qualities which avolis Journal days to A M Pastor Kev Father they should possess to that end It Mm And Id sooner starve than apply gymnatic exercises and lineman as- Â¬ Haley which a coating of starch or flour Bods Iron MAKING SHEEP PAY to mm for m lji He k mws perfectly sert that often one hundred able bodied paste is applied The smoked meat was a generally accepted idea until DISCIPLES OF CHRIST very lately that the fibers of the paper The System of Feeding Adopted by Suc Â¬ well that I was poor and he has never monkeys may be seen swinging on the covered as recommended Cresting Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding ctn be hung vetanteered to help me cessful Vlockmastcrs wire or festooned monkey fashion by in an oicn garret or placed on sheet closo or lock together in tho Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden same way as animal hair in felt At Wha a savage he must be said looping their tails There are many farmers keeping 5th Sunday PastorEId J W Harding The continuous shelves where it will keep an Mr Madison Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ vibration of these forest gymnasts indefinite length of time without lia tho beginning of this work even papor sheep who caro for them in such a I ean teaeh said Mrs Wallace Starts the iron nails utsed on the cross- - bility to injury If it is placed in a is described as a folted sheet Dr way that they do not receive half tho day Pastor Elder Colier that is if 1 succeed in getting a school anus and these often come down damp or unvcntilatcd room or in a cel- Â¬ Wurster sent us at tho beginning of profit from them that they might All Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding NONE BUT THE BEST MATERIAL USED the present year the following com- Â¬ stock keepers aim at getting pay for Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew or I could give music less ms only it bringing ihe wire with them lar it may absorb moisture and have munication from which is so impossible to obtain chdars Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and ALL WORK GUARANTEED it would apÂ¬ thoir expense and labor But the Â¬ And it is not a safe matter to under- its surfaco covered with mold In nowadays And I can do very nice take to disperse these robust monkeys most European countries old bacon is pear that paper is not felt in tho methods of doing this are widely dif- Â¬ preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 Estimates furnished on application silk embroidery ami paint oa china hitherto acceptation of the word but ferent There Is quite a largo class A M Pastor Elder B C Hagerman who play the dickens with the teleÂ¬ to new less It Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and 12 lf a confused mas offiber and I learned to menl point laee beau graph lines in the sparsely inhabited preferred is more tendercontains has a simply JAS WILKERS0N Agent who set in to think that the profit is moisture and preceding tifuMy when I was in the convent Here is what D- - Wuster says Inherent in the animal and that it Saturday H Reynolds 3rd Sunday Pastor Linemen have better flavor The smoked meat pre- Â¬ Stae of Tabasco Elder L But all these employments are dif- Â¬ found that on shooting a monkey However great progress may hnvo only requires so many sheep on a establish- Â¬ Richmond Services every Sunday ficult to obtain and peorlv paid when swinging on the wire they have been pared in our great packing been made in telling what paper is farm to make a certain gain and if AM school at Prayer ments docs not possess good keeping we have you secure them suggested Mr Mad Â¬ pursued by a whole icgimcht of mon yet no correct explanation of the profit is not found it is tho fault Sunday Wednesday930 evenings qualities it is salted by immersing it tho origin and nature of the papor of the sheep This class never study meeting ison keys who with slonc3 and unts have in brine and is smoked only long Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ Please dont discourage me said pelted them severely It i3 no joke enough to give its surface a light cin- Â¬ sheet It has become a matter tho nature and wants of tho animal day Pastor the Widow Wallace looking up with so et 6row said a lineman recent- Â¬ namon color Care is taken to keep of course to consider paper as a felt and then provide for them in a gener- Â¬ White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor of fibers although at the beginning of bright plaintive eyes because Ive ly to have a tribe of monkeys purÂ¬ all the moisture in in order to give Steinway Sons that thoy may produce a Elder L H Rej nolds it it the century tho discoverer of tho na- Â¬ ous way return gol to work for my living now Ive sue one tliey are very strong muy Thoy often lay generous weight Hazleton Bros EPISCOPAL ture of the felting of animal fibers great stress upon tho breed but none got justenongh money to pay my board fmrtti and can hit with a stone or a Pickled pork is much more common objected most decidedly to calling upon the care and feed This class Richmond Protestant Services every here until the first of September and stick in a fashion to make a man howl Christie then then the world begins ia good with pain a thing the monkeys enjoy than dry failed and smoked meat in paper a felt The peculiar clinging will never mtko any thing by keeping Sunday morning and evening and on Pastor Rev W Y Friday evening New England earnest for me the real hard work-a-da- y hugely They keop tip an incessant thcNorthcrn Stales If sufficient care together occasioned by the animal stock of any kind Thoy bclievo some-Â¬ Sheppard is taken it is not very difficult to keep scales in tho wood or hair felt and tho thing comes from world nothing in and other Pianos chattering when pursuing ns and the METHODIST And there was a suppressed sob in noise is enough to frighten one out of salt pork sweet On account of lack intertwining the hair more together miracles and not in works of care and improper place for storage by pressure and motion making tho College Hill Centenary M E 1st Chicago R it lhn cIkhs that ran mifcn sheon the poor forlorn little creatures voice his wits Hlto is a pjint for tele-Â¬ Cottage Organs quantities that went to Madisons heart pay bclievo that every pound of mut-- Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ graph linemen in the United states to largo season Thehowever are lost felt thicker and smaller In its diinon cvory pork barrel should sions are lacking in paper fibers ing and night Prayer meeting every alDo yoa know said he Id try consider mIich offered a position down ton ana every pouna nx wool repre- Â¬ stand in a cool collar at some distance Merely placing dry paper fibers on sents a certain amount of food and ternate Wednesday night Sunday school PIAS0S AND ORGANS FOB RENT again if I were in the M x can hot lands that brother-in-laOae should from the ground If it is shaped like the one another will not make a sheet of care They bclievo much in breed every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F yen He may not be as black as he is be monkey proof and a coat of mail Rent applied as part payment kits in which fish are packed the layers paper as can bo easily seon by using but that every breed has been produced Grider painted would be a very good protection M E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ College Hill Write For Prices axd Terms Never said the widow And did not the heat of the coast climate of meat can be better kept in place It dry rag fiber or lint Neither will by intelligent selection and generous day morning and night Prayer meeting should have a tight fitting cover that short cut wool or silk filaments make a treatment Thoy have no faith that every alternate Wednesday night Sun- Â¬ LUKE U MILWARD then as if with an after thought she make it impracticable Monkeying 8 and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky added with tle telegraph isa phrase which will keep out insecs and currents of sheet of any strength Tho capacity any breed can produce a carcass of day school every Sunday morning Pas- Â¬ air Ihe pieces ot meat should bo cat for producing a consistent shcet of two hundred pounds weight and a tor Rev D P Ware Mr Madison please dont think a JUcxiean lineman can appreciate June 22 tf Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples xne too communicative in telling you And not to monkey with monkeys he with a sharp knife so that they will be paper belongs solely to those fibers fleece of twelve to fifteen pounds with- Â¬ of uniform width and have no ragged which lose their elasticity in water as out eating tho amount of food required J lias loumt to bs a Providence island 3d Sunday morn all this Of course I cant expect the sale rule it ho wants world to be interested in my affairs to keep a whole bone in his body It edges The bits of detached meat that they become softer bnt recover that for that weight of carcass and fleece ihgsv Pastor Rev J A Henderson South Richmond Sunday school but when yon showed Teal sympathy may woll be imagined that whon a become loosened as pieces of pork are quality again in drying In the moist- Â¬ Thoy know that time is a most impor-Â¬ Scott Superintrndent Services I I coHldat help lolling you alL Its wire gots down in the hot country that taken out of the barrel and which float ened state the ductile fibers aided tant element in tho growth of all ani- Â¬ 930 T J and 4th Sunday mornings at ayoar and a half now since poor itis no small affair to pick it up again on the surface of the brine arc almost by the shaking settle down In all di-Â¬ mals and that tho shorter the time re-Â¬ every 2nd 11 A Mand every Sunday night at P Charley died and Im very lonoly for what with fighting tigers mon- Â¬ certain to putref and to cause the en- Â¬ rections and form a confused fiber quired to reach a certain weight the M Pastor Rev L A Henderson 7 tire contents of the barrel to become mixture In drying cvory fiber grad -- greater the profit and keys and mosquitoes not ttf mention This principle said Madison Mrs Wallaci PRESBYTERIAN the cheerful jigjjor or borer who works rancid or to acquire an unpleasant ually recovers its original form and once established they are not his way u dcr ones skin and sticks flavor If every narticle of pork is kept elasticity and the individual fibers looking for sheep that eat but lit- Â¬ abruptly Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th Well said the widowin a low there thi business is not at all a submerged in a brine that is a saturat- Â¬ exert a certain pressure on each other tle but for thosa that can eat and Sundays monotonous one and inaylij safely ed solution of nearly pure salt there is The longer the fibers and the moro digest tho most They naturally regard FormanVChapel 4th Sunday Yoke Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor Did you ever think of marrying recommended to yonthfnl readers who no danger of its spoiling The oil intricate tho mixture of tha fibers tho capacity to eat and utilizo food as agaiH are dreaming of the Mtyno It id sort blood and little fragments of meat that when wet the- stronger will be iho the miller docs the capacity of his mill RevWm Crow Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ confessed of adventure in tropic lands Cor rise to tho surface and come in contact sheet of paper when dry When wet to gri d It it will grind thirty bush Â¬ Y yes once or twice day Prayer meeting Wednesday nights with tho air and putrefy are the chief or when v the young widow Fm not vory old Boston Herald its fibers have lost their els per hour he sees a much larger causes of the loss of pork durini Richmond North Services n A M you know and I dont think Charley elasticity by heat paper can not bo profit than in one that will grind only How Volabuk Sounds M Pastor warm weather would have objected if drawn In every way like felt in which ten It takes a certain amount of food and 3 P Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ Silver Mnch as I have beard and read It ii easy to pack each layer of pork each hair Is so to say anchored to an Â¬ to support the respiration and live days Exactly interrupted Mr Midi about Volapuk tho new language in a barrel especially if it is larger other by its scales A sheet of paper weight of tho sheep son Will would you take rue A withont an M Ford and and 4th Sundays 1030 M bottom which M Sehlcycr hopes to make uni- Â¬ at the than at the must no longer therefore bo desig Â¬ growth and tho gain must Oa Mr Madison and 4 P M all come Pastor Rev L H Sunday school D3 P Blanton D For a husband I mean said he versal I never heard it talked until top so that it will keep in position till nated as a felt bnt as a confused from tho fo d eaten b syond this if it bluntly I believe I am nearly forty last week when am ng the guests at it is broken Itis comparatively easy to mixture of such fibers as are eats little it gains little and what it and I am not what the ladies would the hospitablo table of a well known so pack it that each piece in soft and jlUble whetf moist Watchmaker and Jeweler does eat is mostly lost If by grmr MADISON COUNTY DIkECTOBT its place but hard and elastic when dry But I have medical man of literary tastes there the layer will keep call a perfect Adonis ons keeping a sheep can reach the learned to love yoa and I believe if wore two gnosis who bad actually sat till it is drawn out for use To do this The greater tha shaking togelhor weight at twelve months that it would CIRCUIT COURT DEALER IN each layer should be pressed into posi- Â¬ of the wet fibers In both directions of you would allow me I could make at tho feet of tho inventor of Volapuk reach only In eighteen or twenty four Judge J R Morton so to speak and started that tongue tion and covered with salt A new the wire the firmer rnd stronger will monihs with a yon happy Watches Clucks Jewelry Silver and Commonwealths Attorney CJUfons moager diot who does To layer should Jb3 formed by pressing be the sheet Tho shorter the fibers not see the advantage of The pretty little widow drew a long unier his personal direction full feeding ton Plated ware etc Special sobbing breath Beneath the shadow oblige the res of us these two visitors pieces against the sido of tho barrel the less pliable will they become with Master Commissioner J R Burnam m r that tho flock master will succeed one was a Russian and the other a and so continuing until the center is water as In tho case of ground tvood Clerk W H Miller of her fern garlanded hat he could best who produces a given amount of attention given to see that her liquid brown eyes were cosmopolitan engaged in a conversa- Â¬ roached In taking out tho pork the and the less will bo tho pressure which mutton and wool from the least COMMON FLEAS COURT amount center piece should be first removed individual fibers exert on each other tion in Voapnk for our edification full of tours food Katioitl live Slock Journal Judge DIAMONDS Scott wonld rather not writedown in black the other pieces remaining undis Â¬ and tho more brittle will the papor 1 think she said in a low voice a Master Commissioner S E Scott Tact and Talent sheet turn out 4 and writp my impression of what I Some careful housewives turbed that your wife would be perfectly Clerk WH Miller AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Evry strango material mixed with heard 0ie of the guests suggested never return a piece of pork to tho happy Mr Madisen Talent Is power tact Is skilL Tal Â¬ T1MB OP HOLDING COMMON PLEAS COURT flint VolaiHik sounded like double barrel They haro a crock or firkin tho fibers and then placed between ent is weight tact is Will accept the situation then momentum TalÂ¬ First Monday in January tst Monday Yes Dutch spoken by a Choctaw Indian filled with brino in which they keep them In the formation of the shear And Mrs Wallace said ent knows what to do tact knows how ra June and 3rd Monday in October And there was no further question of suffering from a chronic croup while the piece from which they cut slices prevents them from lying closo togeth- Â¬ to do It Talent makes a man respect- Â¬ Promptly done and la a workmanlike TIME OP HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT teaching or doing embroidery lor the another sugestciUt was more liko a for daily use This plan is a good one er thus lessening the- solidity of tho able tact wll make him respected manner Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ grinding ont a liveli Â¬ 1 Welshman trying to coughiin modern to pursue especially during warm paper We shall speak ot tho results Talent I3 wealth tact Is ready money fancy stores or Greek but it niiiyt not lw supposed weather About the 1st of May the of experiments In this lino with sizing hood by any of the orthodox methods Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silyer is pleased that it ought to havo ber Talent that I ind rse their evidently exagger Â¬ pork barrel should bo most carefully mineral loading and ground wood ia succeeded tiqt is delighted that it has TIME OP ItOLDINO QUARTERLY ASD There is no doubt but it was an 8 Dont lorjet the-- pltice nct door examined Seriously howevor If there ia a scum on top future Issues Prahtisches Uamlbuch succeeded Talent toils for a poster Â¬ relief for after all Mrs Wal ated statements COUNTY COURT Quarterly Court fourth Monday- - in to thoPot ofHce Richmond Ky lace wis not yet twonty and she had a I do not think that Vulanuk jsounded of tho brine or fat or particle of meat ity that will novcr repay it tact A floating exhibition of Spanish vairuo horror of cominj to too closo like the universal language of the fut- - floating in it it hould bo poured out j June22tf throws away no pains but catches tho January April July and the 2nd Monday October quarters with the world of which she ure though I must ayfatmany of boiled allowed to cooland then bej produces will make a tour of the South passions of1 tho passing honr Talent in County Court of Claims and Monday knew so little Mr MnilisoBj too its words seom takenjfrom roots com- - put back If tho piccesiof pork are American ports with the object of builds for eternity tact for a short ras wcaluty and MrsWSiUace iiaa nioa to our own ana tuc tf rn- Ian f not feo packed that thcylfikccp thetrj opening now markots ffor Spanish lease andir6u rood interest Paid jnjulr viounlJr Court first Monday in each rplaceSjMhey should bo heldjin posluon goods Oiatfidd tjcrlcnrcd enough of poverty to cna-- jjuagc London Figaro month at wiuiea Drug Slcrc nOtf Jji Wx G3VHITE am tuo LI- 11 w wm - T she said radiantly happiest woman in the now to Prevent Spoiling During the a weight as a els an flaTstonc Chicago Timan r P Orff - FACTS FOR FARMERS LOCAL DIRECTOR U -- jwprjhIeatIng i I Thro is a rooster in Ksntucky n ffty LODGE D1UECT0RY First Saturday TIME OF HOLDING CITT COURT in every month COUNTY OFFICERS Jkha st LI U I IN AND l BUILBEI CONTRACTOR Is prepared to do all Vr BUILDING AND COM WORK MOST- - AT THE Reasonable 2 Rates II teis thoroughly educated r ami builder and those con ing building will do well i an estimate from him Office ami in the best manner at his residence II Irvine Street Julj22tf out-of-do- or I H D -- VEITIEBFIII DKAIKK IX Whiskies Hr w Wines Cigars jime22tr c lt First Street RichmondKy fr SSs fO I - L FOSBMMWI 160 Mixioi -e mmlm lip a jfi M BARLOW OLrirJ22 Sciaiiea Rheumatism Barns Scalds 5 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