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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t tt m VOLUME Wi 0 I OPINIONS RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 188T OOTUEB ED1T0KS NUMBER 23 THE CLIMAX FLS ISHED EVERV WEDNBSDAY -- BV THE- - KEWSPAlBIt lUKIFICATION Cemmercinl UnzeUe lai teniFl iri ItveM- Pointing Co riUCB PER YEAR 150 FarvcH Tipton J Editors HITfc mO rofessional - OaxcLs- Wilkes Smith D D S - J Symnue Courier C MORGAN It is to the credit of the people of tin- - State that Fred Grants cundklacy Mum street over Mndl- fell Hit failed utterly to awaken Nai mal Bank Rtebmond Ky liie enthusiasm whioh the Republican tf malinger anticipated The people in the InugUHge of the Chicago hotel clerk DR J- - M POYNTZ SURGEON to Charles Francis Dont go very AXD hnMHAN heavy on Daildjism The idea of OFFH E SeccMil Mrert vT MhiIi- running a man cm the strength of his lather name regardless of any meiils nil hi UiHK Mwe of his own is nou American It is MD fG W EVANS r Hilsivf J the geniutis of our SURGEON AND HiiiHgiinl liu lo the spirit of l lie Declurution of Iiideeudeiice It K r teoiMl stiett over u J ntfhU junr22tf lr Mr met nith an eniphittic rebuke at the iriin J hands of the people DDS rr American journalism lias had a re Â¬ freshing self purification anil by tha universul neispaper or the Minneapolis condemnation Tribune for printing that Mrs Cleveland married fur the While House pi bition Let a pegbe driven to keep lliis hoist from blinping back But is the fact that the morals atid maimers of American newspapers forbid as the editor of the Tribune sBys in his apol ogy remark on any woman that is Â¬ not complimentary KO DA Din ISM WANTHD rc-riF- Jr lWIN Til KSTA ItS VICTORY AILany Press and Knickerbocker Dvke- OKU K SwihmI reetver S fur as the new iiajiers are coiicern jS el the eli clion of Colonel Fellows and defeat of Mr Niu ill waj most crushing R JOHN M to the World The Star very justly MAIN STREET is jubilant It did great work for its Up Stairs Luxmis Seximrty during the campaign It never JJf faltered but returned blow for blow and defended its cuudidute Colonel DR Fellows when defense seemed utterly ssioiiHl services to tlie OftVrs in- - proft hopeless We venture lo say no can Â¬ u TionntiV lvv office furf didate for public of lice was ever assail Inwair -- vrr HePKWs drug store ed more ineicileMsJy than was Colonel F iwl Amind streets Felfow- - and yet the Star Willi the jjb37 i iti im d Ky aid of the Sun and Herald aguinst all the other leading new papers of the DR U C AMBROSE metropolis curried him through the pitiless storm of aspersion to victory FORD KY o lwW in the n J DK MCCOSIIS KKSIONATI0X Hoards at Mr J 0 Lickeya ernooii KICH MONO KY DR T J TAYLOR i ir r id MIWne nl Surgery a FOSTER PHIL ROBERTS -- sr Â¬ f- D av SRYKMITiL SUKGEON binVulAN AND M juieu t New York Herald WHITE HALL KY 3v us professional services to the h- -- - DR T J FAIN UNION CllYKY OPtm liis lM ofefcsiiMial services to Stht iui1ip Ullice at Joe Gentry Aug- - J- - Mardin W Bright A IB H D MUSICIAN ami SURGEON RICHMOND KY fiFFWE Second street over Madi son I imity Drugstore t it lUHnwlv understood that I r n i in Kinliiiioml tlmt un- lnvaiit lie thorough as ajueti Microscope and Chemistry to examinations of tissues and lliilii of the human body 1 only mention iUii lor hotiert proUClkm My tignawill be attached to each exaniina - of Dr McCosh was no surprise lo ids friends or to the trus Â¬ tees of Piiucetou University It has been known for some time that he lias been desirous of retiring from active w ork ow itig to his age although to an ousider he does not seem to have lost any of the force and energy that have made him famous Dr McCosh may well be contented with the result of his twenty years work at Princeton He has been to that institution what WooUey was to Yule and Eliot is to Harvaid When lie took charge of the college it had Ul students and profes oois and tutors Now there are 008 joung men pursuing their studies within lis walls under forty Instruc- Â¬ tors The building the grounds the scientific apparatus needediaiid every- Â¬ thing appertaining to an institution of learning have increased in the sauie proportion WHEN TKAIX TAKES A KRST ClitcHgo Herakl George Francis Train is about the queeiest mortal- tlat ever lived It is more than likely tlmt lie is right - The resignation Sure Smelily PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND -- KY itiie jici i il tars in ul eMain Climax building S and Second Streets riitr tj attention sivrii t abstracting lunls in jutsterii iveniuchj E Attorney at IaT s RICHMOND KENTUCKY ur- AR OFHCE with C F Inam on First Street June 22 It juiieiii E T BURNAM up Attorney at IaWj llller RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFTPE mi First street same as formerly occupied by County Judge J A SULLIVAN ono ly Attorney at CS T J SCOTT RICHMOND KY Office on Seconil Street June 22 If Iaw when he says lie isnt mad George Francis some limes sits down with a friend and talks about himself and his carrying on as raticually as an actor talks about his own performance ou the stage and with a good deal of the same study of method mid of the eflect upon the audience At such times Truin forgets all about Pyseho and hi vow never to talk to a man and gives cwie the impiessiou that he is a very actor taking a brief rest from the role he has chosen to play as a life job When at such times lie drops Psycho and in so fur as po sible himself Train is as shrewd and entertaining conver- Â¬ sationalist as one would care to spend an idle hour with a man of brains keen perceptions marvelous assimi- Â¬ lation of tarts phenomenal memory and epigramatic expressions just such a man as Phil Armour delights in A NATIONAL EVENT New York Star POWELL Street Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND Oftice on Second jane 22 tf I EWiTl TtniftlrM in ftflinillilli v u j 0 I counties ana In the Court of Appeals I Office In Master Commissioners Attorney at Lara Muilfnn nnl june Si ti AJ REED office over Circuit Clerka office SEEDS GRASS AND FIELD P CAItROtiLi teiitr1 Kentucky r Largest and most complete stock in Our motlo Best xkIs aud Lowest consistent Prices and 79 W Main St Lexington dec 221yr Ky RE AI J AND ESTATE Asent INSURANCE SPEED SMITH RICHMOND KY Fells rents or exchanges all kinds of Estate on reasonable terms and represents flit class Fire and Life In surance tympanies uince in J u Lytere Clothing store june22 tf Real The Democratic metropolis of the United States congratulates the people of the country on the magnificent vic- Â¬ tory that has been won here through the aid of sympathizing and apprecia- Â¬ tive friends iu evry part of the country Our signal success insures a Demo- Â¬ cratic State victory next year aud a Democratic federal government for four years from March- - 1S80 The magnifictnt result is largely due to the aid of federal and State leaders to Cleveland and to Hill no less than to Hewitt aud the hundreds of Democrats of national renowuwho have magnani Â¬ mously without solicitation taken a neighbors part in our defense against the combination of open foes with secret traitors The solidarity of the Democratic party that won in 18S1 Is firmly fixed The question of the candidacy for President in 18SS is no longer nu open one Cleveland stood by New York The people of New York have already was Cleveland There answered nothing half hearted or halting about his indorsement of the choice of the Democrats of New York When his ringing letter to Mayor Cooper was given to the public the President was fully aware iu every de tail of alt that the malicious enemies of the Democracy had been able to devise against its favorite candidate Colonel Fellows He knew his long time friend He also understood their com- Â¬ mon enemies and be rated their cam- Â¬ paign lies at their true worth DEATH BLOW TO BLAINE Bpringfleld Republican face of these facts would be so plainly Is Spriggs --How much older to courtdefeat that we look to see the your sister thairyoii Johnny Johnny Republicans turn lo Lincoln Allison I dunno Maud lister bo twenty Sherman orsome oilier man less five years then she was twenty and definitely marked with the certain now she aint only eighteen I guess ty of lailure The result in New York well soon bo twins Farmers looks like a political death blow lo Mr Home Tho hungry man in a restaurant Blaine will avoid the pretty waiter girl if he is wise Tho homely girl wont ex- Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS pect so much admiration and she will News from Portsmouth Ohio tells bring his dinner quicker by thirty Journal of Education of the death there of Mrs Sarali W eight degrees American Guest My gracious Gowdy aged eighty years who was present at the birth of Gen Grant and Whats that under tha sofa Sec there German it goes under tin piano was his nurse in infancy Host Ach moin Gotlt dot vos only A rather sensational runaway mar dcr cheese I bougit to day Hos a rlige took place at the Gilcher Hotel Town Topics lcotlo playful this city Tuesday the contracting A consoling thought When cigarettes their vapors blow parties being Mr Cliff Green son of In peoples throats and choke them Sheriff Green of Washington county It is some comort slight to know and Miss Minnie Terhune of this They kill the dudss that smoka them Washington Critic county Miss Terhune was engaged When a certain Springfield man to be mairied to another gentleman was taken sick tho oilier day a young Dr E M Green offici next Tuesday physician was promptly called and ated Danville Advocate when a few days later tho family dog Edward Hoag of Denver Col who fell ill an old doctor a man of large was visiting his affianced at Owensboro experience was hastily summoned to Springfield Home- Â¬ lias been mysteriously missing since attend the sufferer last Saturday and his friends fear that stead Affectionate Wife to her fault he has been murdered No trace of John dear would him can be found in the city aud it is finding husband certain that he left on one of the trains yon like to bo cremated when you Husband Who talks about He was well supplied with money die having with him iu addition to bis dying But Ill bo calm Euphcmia and say No cremation for me Put ready cash a draft for 150 mo on ice Tvo had and always shall At Kansas City the theatre was at- Â¬ have a hot enough lime of it whilo tempted to be completed in days for alive N Y Ledger Booth and Barretts performance but A clergyman who was very zeal- Â¬ was not Colonel Warder hired a lot ous in his ministerial work in walking of threshing machines and attached along a lonely road overtook a the boiler pipes to steam healing pipes pedestrian and after a few moments Are and pumped steam into the roofless asked him in a solemn tone Tho man tragedians had to play you prepare 1 to die sir theatre The ho had boon overtaken in the house because of a guaranty of supposing that by a highwayman who was about to 18000 for the week Enough seats kill him shouted murder and fled at were sold lo cover it the top of his speed N Y Ledger In contributing a poem a corre- Â¬ The asses ed yaluatiou of property Messrs Editors I in Denver for 18S7 according to ti e spondent writes abstract of the assessment published enclose with hesiation a vacation Is 35414545 recently Denver is recreation in expectation of examina- Â¬ years old aud started with tion for acceptation or condemnation only 30 or delo nothing except what the pioneers according in your approbation educa- Â¬ Â¬ testation your vocation to the brought with them in their wagons tion and consolation of tho congrega- Â¬ Tlie increase iu value has been over a tion of your pubication With obli- Â¬ million dollars per year The popula- Â¬ gation and not irration ally etc tion iu Denver is about 80000 Tak- Â¬ N Y Observer ing this as a basis we dud tiiat if the Indian Chief Big Injun heap wealth of tlie city were divided equal peaceful now no buffalo meat Iy among all the inhabitants each Omnht man You mean that tlie man woman and child woujd have buffalo are all gone and if you leave your reservations you will bo without 442 03 Wlilto man spek truth food One of the most pathetic incidents of Why dont you take possession of a the Exeter theatre fire was the rescue Western town and break into the of a woman who wascairicd out of the hotels and restaurants Big Injun Omnhi furnace of llame upon the back of a heap careful of his stomach brave man He was with his wife at World the play when the fire broke out and Snakes in a Stage Coach succeeded in dragging her part way to Among the freight by tho Golden the door where she fell There was an dale stage a fjw days sinco were two instant of despair and bewilderment During the and then he snatched a cowering form rattlesnakes boxed up from th floor inj the dense crowd aud journey ono of them got loose and struggled through the smoke and dark Â¬ quietly took a position between tho legs of a passenger How long ho had ness to reach the street witii a shriek- Â¬ occupied this placo could not be ascer- Â¬ ing woman on his back At last he tained but on realizing his predica- Â¬ was out of danger and breathlessly ment the man called hurriedly to the lowered his burden Alas it was not driver to stop and literally fell out of his wife In the confusion and dark- Â¬ the stage His fellow passenger askod ness he bad rescued a stranger and left what was the matter and the only was Snakes received bis wife to be trampled to death in the answer Thinking it was a h I caso of jim lobbies of the theatre jams he paid no further attention to Dick Denham and Sam Anderson the matter until he cast his eyes and being thirsty without funds in Louis Â¬ saw his snakeship between his feet ville cast their wits about them for Giving a yell ho made one bound and means o get a drink Espying a new struck the ground about twonty feet Tho snake was se- Â¬ basket hanging as a sign iu front of a from tho sage grocery and bar room lliey captured cured and placed in tho box but the it and going iuside ordered the two passengers have not got over the drinks They then wanted to pawn effects of the nervous skock yet Oregonian the basket for pay This the grocery picked She Was Excusable man would not have so they up the basket and left having secured Have you any any strawberries both drinks and basket The charge of she asked as sho suddenly entered a petty larceny against Denham would hardware storc not hold but he had been implicated Not to day madam sorry to say iu such disreputable exploits before courteously roplicd the proprietor- Great Scots but is tho woman aud a fine of 20 against each of them crazy exclaimed a customer as she for disorderly conduct it was thought would not come much amiss and was went slowly out said tho No sr not a bit of it assessed accordingly Sho was down town proprietor The directors of the Woodland Park without her husband knowing it She Company are negotiating a sale of tl e saw him op the street and dodged in Park to the Kentucky Chautauqua at here to escape meeting him She was 25000 Under the proposed arrange- Â¬ quite confusod and she asked for ments all of the stockholders will par- Â¬ strawberries Happens three or four ticipate in the proceeds of the sale times a week sir and the poor things Detroit Free which it is estimated will be about aro quite excusable eighty per cent on tiie par value of the Press Rapid Transit stock or 40 per share The action of Â¬ m practicability on the proposition lo FULL OF FUN make Mr Blaine the Republican can Â¬ II iw d iIi IUj littlo bisy boom im Â¬ didate for President iu 188S Tills is prove each shining minute and sock emphatically true because to prove to every ono that there is was fought ou lilies set by Tom something iu it Baltimore American Plnttand the friends of Mr Blaine Why is the bridegroom more ex Â¬ and the protection idea whfcli Is ex- Â¬ pensive than the bride Thn bride is alted as the platform on which the always given away whilo tho bride- Â¬ defeated presidential candidate wishes groom is often sold to be placed was put forward as the Tho man who doesnt know shibboleth of the contest The result whats in a name had bettor go and is sufficiently decisive Not all the forge ono then hell find out mighty side issues of a strangely mixed can- Â¬ quick Charlcstoion Enterprise vass some of them planned lo help the Why dont 8mi of tho yqung Republican ticket sufficed to abate folks get married We could writo up the directness of the answer which has the affair in fine style and then we been made to the request for an en Â¬ could tell you how wo enjoyed the dorsement of the Blaine idea The nice piece of cake you sent us tree verdict of the Empire Slate i against stone Tex Jfetat Mother- Why nro yon crying Plutli m apd the country will not Tommy boohoo Fanny fail tir apprehend that Mr Blaine has Fanny hit me as hard as lie could with that steadily Inst ground since 1881 in the big stick Tommy hit me again so Stale which is to be the hinge of next ma can see how you did it hoohoot j ear To nominate him again In the Terns Sifting JAVANESE PQISONS Ufe Destroylng Substances Obtained front Trees and Shrubs j Java and the archipelago generally is the center of poisons animal and vegetable and no races aro so prono to make use of them as the varied tribes grouped under the general namo of Malay The krisV or serpentine daggor which has becomo almost a symbol of treachery and revenge has a terrible ropnatio i but from my own observation I almost doubt if it is ever poisoned at all in the real sense of the word The Malay never grinds the kris but is always rubbing the blade with a green lemon or the juice of a pineapple mixed with orpiment Tho effect at first is toremovo tho rust but a thicker coat succeeds and in timo rough damascene is formed with a notchy edge alul he effect of a wound from a weapon of this sort needs no explanation to any one who has suffered from a rusty nail or needle The poison of the sumpitan or blow tube dart is how Â¬ ever very real Tho Bataks that singular race inhabiting Central Suma- Â¬ tra and the only known people who combine cannibalism with civilization enough for a written alphabetical language aro very skillful in its use They obtain it from two sources one the upas tree and tlie other an allied species callod tho ringus Thejuice of this latter is most virulent and burns the skin liko boiling oiL I have many a time seen coolies brought in howling dismally with heads and faces swollen to pantomimic size from hav Â¬ ing incautiously struck an axe into the The only way to attack It Tingus is for the woodmen to give themselves a thorough coating of grease and even then the risk to tlie eyes is so great that it is generally allowed to stand This trco probably gavo rise to the fables about the upas upas is Java- Â¬ nese for poison of any kiid The upas poison however requires to be used quite fresh as a few hours exposure to tho air converts it lo a crumbly black rosin quito harmless Another poison is obtained from a species of vine bearing clusters of bright fruit the size of a cricket ball containing a number of seeds in an intensely bitter pulp The effects of this are very rapid I have scon tho Balak crcop up sumpitan in hand to where a troop of gibbons were yelling their noisy chorus from a lofty tree top and seal co ly half a minuto elapsed between the dispatch of tfio missive and tho crashing fall of the struck ape Even the gigantic and formidable species of the ourang outang which haunts the forests of the east coast falls para Â¬ lyzed by two or three of these tiny -- AFTEE CHICKEN - Cholera Cure r Ni vl ys- - V2 I OOMI GOMI Qomm DOME Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery o a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of Its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one- - hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ anteed If 4fter using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ OMB We carry every thing and our prices are the very lowest for cash down Qomm Jun22tf in this week and see the limitless assortment of Ladies and Misses Wraps that are being sold at ROCK BOTTOM CASH TRICES in this week and get our prices on Mens and Bovs uits and Overcoats before yon buy elsewhere We are the LOWEST PRICED HOUSE IN TOWN in tins week and feast your eyes on the bewitching array of Toboggans Searfr Shawls Hosiery and various other things that are being sold daily to our customers in this week and participate in the novelty of buying a pair of Shoes that foe cheapness iu price can not be excelled and every pair gives comfort from the start in this week and see for yourself how effectually SQUARE DEALING on the square CROWDS OUR STORE in and we will show you the largest and best assorted stock of goods in Richmond They are all NEW and FRESH HU Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store All Subscriptions DUE THE NEW GROCERY ELLIS Â¬ aug 24 ly HIGGINS MTCY GROCERIES GALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY in the city The Largest and Finest Hotel HERAL Up STAPLE Which ceased to exist last June should at once he paid AT THE Announce to the public and especially to that large class who buy groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of Qneenswarc Glassware Wootlcnwre Rates 250 to 4 Per Day According to rooms Turkish and Russian Bathd in Hotel oct26 ly ASK FOR THE GLP CBfemedy UL M p OFFICE And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable Ellis Uiggins is not a new firm but has been in existence for nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends ami a m share of other people to call and see them New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prkes They have returned to Richmond to sell goods ami mean to sH them Thev know how to buy and how to sell ami what the people anglO 1 vr want CALL AND SEE THEM T033 aLOOOSS CIG jaUS rl e a QUEEN at the MD CRESCENT ROUTE AD FAVOltlE LINE VO a Cincinnati Southern and Associats Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECI darts BriM One of tho most famous poisons of Java is obtained from the bamboo Tho young shoots of th e cane when they first appear are covered with fine CUTHERSON LEY brownish hair this under a powerful microscope appears as bayonet like LEXINGTON KY spikes of silcx infinitely sharp and I think hollow though I could not be STOCKTON quito sure This hair administered Agents For Madison County daily in small quantities of the food brings on ulceration of tho bowels sep281v simulating malignant dysentery Tho action must be of a mechanical ratiior than chemical nature just as with the terrible effect on the eyes of the spores of the common puff ball It is greatly dreaded by the Dutch and all Eu- Â¬ o ropeans living in Java A Dutch off- Â¬ icial told me that scores of deaths WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO among European planters ettf put trade that we have a large down to dysentery nnd diarrhoea were and well selected line of really due to the bamboo hair and the jealousy of tlie native women En- Â¬ glish Mechanic NEW WE your name New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the that is the date to which you are paid WILLIS If you owe any thing Principal Points South East aiifl Soi on the Herald please call and pay it or THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO TIIE PACIFIC COAST the FIRM send it to us asmust Mornin- - and Night Trains Herald business the Important titles of theSomli witlioot change be settled You have JACKSONVIIXK FLORIDA IN RUNNING TIIKOUOir CARS aiv had four months in Uniy Jjinc TWENTY EIGHT HOURSa twtfe of two kimH ot f Or nnninl 0I1CC Travelers QUEEN which to pay a dol- - dot r Buffet Car Pullmans Finest Palacehave CKBsCKNTState BeemMbN OjaU a PaMera Ballet Steeper after date on the margin of your Climax just f M iat i f i 1H M I h rffllltlSWJS TO HOUTB UtcnpjHg T 1 73 O J itncl AND CLOTHXNX3- mi ui two otjv oiiwa UIC OUIO YVJU w rrrv-i-i uiiu we A rv XJ - X1VJV rvf A Remarkable Boom The horrid brute ejaculated Mrs Sliffncck as sho threw the paper to the floor Whats the matter my dear asked tho wondering husband The matter Why I se6 by that J paper thitan Oliio man sold Jus wifo for six hundred dollars t Well I Tswan ripW the hus- Â¬ band with great surprise they mu3t Itc in which you can find the be having a pretty wild boom In Ohi r But before he coul I finish his sen- Â¬ tence tho battle had commenced and he was right in tho thick of tho fight JLATE8T STYLES Bismarck Tribune THE LOWEST RICES want any more time THE I eonneet wtth Uh QOBBN AND CKKsHJKvr Hi We hoMlHg ticket vli pasveiHWH Orand Central Union repot In Cincinnati wtftl therefore sa veil transfer across the City ami aru assured a Joan comfort and cenveuience Nearly All the Leadins Bnilroads If 111 Qd Travel via- - Queen and Crescent JOHNCUAULT HATSr TRUNKS VALISES Climax Printing Co General OfnceJ St Paul Building West Foortli St Cincinnati Ohio HCOLIBKAN General Pasweitfter Aeot General Slanager R X RYAN R CARROLL Antistant Ueueml Passenger Agettt fjne22lfj Superintendent General mSi5 LIm t the Shackelford WILL All Kinds of Gentry S av Go an ea Ish BEST GOODS and Have bought the stock of goods and rented the store house of W C Peyton opposite their old stand oa Main street and Jie ut- re net Jp- - American Beet Sugar OOBITIMI7H HAEDWAEE er- - In 1836 tho total consumption ot sugar of all kinds in tho United We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD States was 1383125 tons of which and to our customers we say we will value for every dollar in- Â¬ only ole tcnth was prodnccd In this give you full n vested with and we urge you to is Avell known that fhc give us an early call country It cultivation of best sugar has been very profitable In Gormany Franco and Austria aud in other European countries where high bounties have been paid by tho Government We have always had grcat4rfaith in thoj growing of bpct rupt Sugar in this inw extracting than coimti y the saccharine matter from sorghum we Now aro cornstalks or pleased to hear that Mr Clau3 Sprock- Â¬ ets tho great sugar refiner in Cali Â¬ fornia is contemplating the experi Â¬ ment of growing beet root sugar in this country in cie of the central AVestern States The outcomo of these experiments will bo closely watched becanso it is becoming ap Â¬ parent that our farmers should devote their attention to somo other business than cutting each others throats by selling wheat at low prjcis If beet- Â¬ root sugar can be made to pay tho fiold Is a largo ono for American en Â¬ terprise and industrx-- Boston Budget Animals ancreartnquTjtes ProL Milneonorof fhjSebcjt enteric oisiunenis csiauusncu in iipin wuero thoy devote themselves to tho study of earthquakes gives somo interesting particulars in the report of the Seis rnological Society of Japan regarding the effects of earthquakes on lower an Â¬ imals He quotes tho caso of ponies rising in terror and prancing about the stall thirty seconds before the shock was felt He refers also to birds hid Â¬ ing their heads beneath their wings to pheasants screaming and to frogs ceas-Â¬ ing to croak before tha trembling is felt Geese dogs nnd other animals have been known to behave in strange manner several hours or even days Tn n Jinim9fa idtf hi eavk Chronicle They have added new and fresh goods and now have complete stock of aH mo- - STOVES and TINWAEE W B- - WHITE - June 22 9m At AIcKebs Old Stand tttlDL HAVE SMITH OPENED A NEW Hardware r i t 1 onWest Wain Street a general line of t 1 Store1 iii fill carry CALL They V BlacSsmitlis and Wagon Makers Supplies Rocfingr Guttering and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Work Done in the most Workmanlike Manner NONE BUT THE BEST OS1 WORKMEN EMPLOYED AL3L WORK WE SELIj A FOLIj LINE OF Farming Implements Known To The Trade TTA-U-ItA-NTE- Tiie Best AtSID EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING janSit Hardware Tinware - - E W WIGGINS A F BKEGK the Boardin this matter Is highly com- Â¬ A man came to tho house of a prom- Â¬ mended and will give entire satisfacinent Now York gentleman who was On yes Â¬ renowned for not paying Ills debts tion to all pai ties interested terday a committee of the Chautauqua and knocking at the door asked tho were soliciting releases boy who appeared if his father was in Association from the small stockholders and alNo sir he has left town to be ready quite a number of persons have gone a month He is lu Chicago right now signed a paper exchanging their Wood I am sorry for I wanted to pay a land Park stock for stock iu the Chau- Â¬ We hope that all will do so littlo bill I was owing him tauqua O you want to pay him money do as the Chautauqua enterprise is one of you the most commendable that has ever Yes certainly Here it is asked assistance from our people It Well then Ill run in and ask him is one of tlie best educational systems if he hasnt got back that has ever been organized Lexing-Â¬ Tho man had got back from Chica Â¬ ton Press go but tho visitor who was a deputy sheriff served a citation on him for Poor Fred Grant excuses himself bouse rortt Texas Sittings from making epeecbes by faying an Interesting Young Man Father couldnt talk and 1 cant Louisville Democrat either Aro yon well acquaint with Mr Â¬ Â¬ Stovesrand Groceries They have the newest and bestoods the lowest and will sell for CASH prices Mr Smith in a practical tinner of several years experience and he wlf do nil kinds of tin work rooflni and repairing iu the best style at lowest rates iune22 tf WIGGINS - BRECK Mm Go Bonfls Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST- AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP Syrnp oCFfgs When the New York Times says that Da you want pure drugs and the best James G Blaine surrounded by all brands of tobaccos and cigars You can And them at J J Brooks the elegancies of Parisian civilization J wilt hpar of the result In that State June3i tf with unspeakable digust it touches Ask your physician to leave your the marrow of the situation The In- prescription at Whitens Drugstore Jl creased Democratic plurality In the win lie accurately compounded and pivotal Stanzas comparea Willi uov sent lo your bouse u9tf Hme yote in 1885 sets the seal of im- - J Rigsby can water stock as well as the Qnite well Ho is employed In the rest of em Bays the honest farmer same office with me I think ho is snch an mlcn stlng as he carries the pall around among young man Hs is always so mclan cattle Charleston Enterprise iholy Ho surely must have suflared Now that Mr Gould is going to 6oaio great disappointment Yes ho has Europe there lean be no impropriety O hofr romantic How was itin urging the effete nations of the Old Why ho expected a itiiso of salary World to roost hlgruMtj Louis Repub- Â¬ on the 1st and didnt get it Ketiras lican The Bonds issued in payment of1 sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to LouUrille I and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 18S7 and 1888 will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky ftp CDCHENAULTCom Builders9 Hardware and Building Material Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at crrr pricks We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory We carry a large stock of best brands of E00F1NG TIN PLATE and will Job you can get anywhere not aeiay your worK I Is Natures Own true laxative It is the moat easily taken and the most effective remedy known to Cleanse the to Kystem when Bilious or Costive dispel Headaches Colds and Fevers to cure Habitual Constipation Indiges- Â¬ TAILvQRircCr J 2 ue aiso carry a nice line en - ka BlaleJournal Now is the time for fall and winter suits Give me a call feuarantee satis Which we warrant for one vear besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Imnlementa MywbrSJltM gooJas7 tiUt 6f pFarm Wagons Seed Skippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills faction c Piles eta Manufactured only anr other tailor1- tion 7 V fI by the California Fig Syjnp Company Shop over1 TJillinf fmnidry gbbdVstore 8an Francisco Cal feojd by Stockton FlREBRldKAKDFIRE CLAY tlRON MANTECS AND GBATE8 CJune2Stf- H UJyanJy - octio6t yilllanf G SCHAFHAUSENfJrH ift s tmriJ -- XiEXUffGTOIff BELIZE COOK STOVES i jierBijiASTiN and RA3TES 3roviJEit Anx jdis AJvrriE Print ShoWs through 1 J THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wu GWHITE 23 18S7 WEDNESDAYNOVEMBER Jannary Tue Climax from now until 1 1S89 for 150 m English-E- Baker Pasha the famous gyptian soldier is doad Yellow fever has nearly disappeared from Tampa Florida Â¬ The Dutch steamer Scholteii was sunk in the English Channel Sunday and 1S2 lives lost Herr Most the most red handed anarchist in New York has been sent to jail for maKing incendiary M speeches Forty cars of the Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern road leaded with cotton valued at 0000 and a comprese valued at 125000 were burned at Mem phis on Saturday Â¬ 41 Senator Vorliees says of the New York election Its glori ous glorious Tlie resultof these elections means the continued as oendency of the Democratic party for the next twenty five and perhaps fifty years and it means Â¬ Â¬ the re nomination of Cleveland and his triumphant election It also settles Blaine He will not be a candidate next year for he is shrewd enough to see that no Ie puuikan can be elected - Stewart the Wichita Kansas drug clerk wk was fined 20S00 and sentenced to jail for seventeen years for violating the local option law has been released on the payment of one hundred dol lars and costs We said at the time that the finding of the Court was redkulous and would never be executed that friends of Stewart on the jury have fixed the penalty purposely so severe that he would be pardoned or that in a moment of blind zeal the friends of local option had imposed a peuahy beyond the limit allowed by the offense It now transpires that the Attorney General agreed with Stewart that he should go free with the payment of a hundred dollars and a few clays in jail if lie would allow the enormous verdict to go against him as a warning to othe violators A real 500 fine with CO days in jail would have been far more effective Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UKBCKIMHIIGK MUNIMENT 4 The handsome monument erec Â¬ ted by the State of Kentucky to the memory of John C Breckin ridge at a cost of 10000 was UHvailed at Lexington on last Wednesday Senator Blackburn delivered the address Tlie mon ument stands on Cheapside and is seen mounted with a heroic statue that faithfully represents the distinguished Kentuckian Â¬ Â¬ SUNDAY PIKES Sunday was most destructive in the way of fires Barnums men agerie was burned Lost 700000 insurance 100000 William War fields magnificent residence near Lexington with several costly oil paintings and other contents de stroyed Loss 17000 Elkton Ky lot three hotels and a bank Lose 25000 Tlte entire town of Granny Mo was swept awav Galveston Texas lost 5S000 in cotton Pulaski and Wayne coun ties had 20 Mjuare mites of wood on fire Otfier and smaller fires too tedious to enumerate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - THE BALDWIN BREEX TRAGEDY Tiie disastrous meeting at LexnS ton nn last WedttflHy between Lev3 au of KIchotawHIe D Baklwlu as Thomas M Green of MaysviKr Nevertheless fJie not unexpected tragedy has created a more profound seHsatiou than any occurrence of the kind that has befallen Kentucky since the killing of young Henry Clay fn Letiisville The trouble grew out of the August election muddle in Jeamiue oouitty There were two Democratic candidates Jer the Legi lftture Hon X 1 Mile the former member and Hon William T Jones formerly a resident of Madtsoa canity Tlte contest was heated and the result a muddle Elec Â¬ tion day involved Baldwin in a as diflieulty he was a leading The poll books of Josee sap porter twe precincts were stolen and intense feeling resulted Indictments were found against several parties including Baldwin charging various tilings Thomas M Green staff correspond- Â¬ ent of the Cincinnati Commercial Ga- Â¬ zette visited Nicholasville and wrote up the already much mixed matters in which letter he was particularly se- Â¬ Tho letter was vere on Baldwin answered by Baldwin and in no mild manner This led toother letters by Green and the two men personally unknown to each other became ene Â¬ mies Their first meeting was in Lexiug ton on last Wednesday about 11 oclock and resulted in the almost instant death of Baldwin and the dangerous wounding of Green Bald Â¬ win acted unwisely and is believed by his friends to have thrown his life away It is difficult to learn precisely The streets were what transpired filled with people who had assembled to be present at the ceremonies of un- Â¬ veiling the Breckinridge monument and there is no end to the reports in But the fullest and one circulation which we consider the most accurate is given by Sheriff Jlosley of Jessa Â¬ mine county in a telegram to the En- Â¬ quirer and which we hereunder re produce The telegram says Sheriff George B Mosely who ac companied Baldwin to Lexington and was with him when he met Green gives this account of the tragedy Iu going to Lexington he said Cwtouel If you see Green here to day dont have any difficulty but pass hlni ami Baldwin promised tolitke by Â¬ As soon as tiiey arrived lib at Lexington W W Baldwin of Jlaybvllle saw Col LeiH D Balduin Lew Green is here and I and said want you and him to fix up your 1 have been speaking lo trouble Green about it Dont have any difll Â¬ to which Baldwin baji assent Commander-in-chie- f OwRy of the Grand ed Baldwin and Mo ley then went to Array of the Republic will give in thePoMtlx the slock sale in fmntof Â¬ Hotel stable and Baldwin remarked the November number of The Ameri an apcoupt of the Mttgazlne Come we did not come to Lexington can toTuy horses lets go to the speaking origin alms and work of Jhe Order Ttoey left passed the Pnoeolx Hotel The G A K isessentialjy a great be Â¬ coniltig up and BaTdwIu saw Green pula and ead Jg bis companion nevolent society Its chief business J advice Â¬ There comes Green now Dont to help the needy and it has keptl EDENT0N say any thing to him said Mosley closely to IU work They met on the crossing and Bald Â¬ Elizabeth Harris died Friday night win accosted him The Magazine of American History of an ulcer Your name is Green My name Is Baldwin and sir you owe me au For November b Que Of the brightest Mr John Rewrll has gone to Boone ajMdogy aud most richly illustrated issues1 county to visit friends Green said What for For the shameful va you wrote up the year Oliver Cromwells portrait Mr J M- - Burton has moved to his our oounly aud me7andI demand au appears as its frontispiece incident to apology nice little cottage recently built the romantic story of lite first settle Green said slowly eyeing Baldwin I an going there pointing 10 ment of Shelter Island In 1052 The Hog killing has commenced in the horse sale to attend to business paper is forming ou a multitude of earnest as a means of saving corn and after that I am going there point- Â¬ hitherto obscure points in early Ameri- Â¬ J N Broaddns hntr juat received a ing to the statue of Breckinridge and can history aud Is delightfully diver- Â¬ new stock of tall and winter good I want no trouble sified with incidents Rev Phillip Baldwin growing greatly excited We are having a good Sunday said Sir I demand au apology or Schuff D D contributes a second pa- Â¬ I am ready lo settle per on the Relation of Church and school and prayer meeting at Salem Green said I have none for you State in America a continuation of church Moseley said Baldwin come dont have a difficulty to day pulling his lawyer like discussion of governÂ¬ Brown Bros of Rochester New ments attitude toward religion A York have delivered the nursery stock his arm at You are an In- Â¬ very pleasant written sketch is by In good order Baldwin tiieu uid fernal scoundrel Walstein Root on the Hamilton Green You may call me whnt you Jack Whittaker died of pleurisy at please and express your opinion freely Oneida Academy in 1874 the gem of seven oclock Saturday night at his Hamilton College The fourth article but I waut no difficulty with you here and now iu tills superb number is a study by borne aged seventy five years Baldwin then repeated his epithets H Peck of the public life and Mrs Eliza Reynolds has returned to and became violent and abusive and Charhs of Aaron Burr in which her home InNlcuoIasvillo from a visit character provoked Green to strike at him but did not hit him Baldwin dodgiug the lie aims to substitute the natural ex Â¬ to friends aud relatives iu this vicin- blow and then drawing his pistol planations for the acta and misfortunes Uy with which he hit Green over the of his extraordinary subject Then fol- Â¬ Prof James- - S Agee has returned heud Green then stepped back a few paees and the firing from both men lows from G Brown Goode of the home from High Bridge where behas began Moseley is not sure whose re- Â¬ Smithsoniou Institute at Washington oeen teacuing penmansuip una win volver was fired first but he says that An Interesting Dialogue In 1874 start to Woodford county next Sat Baldwin had all advantages but did Whitby Judge J Tarbell onVasu urday to not take Iliem having his revolver teach at Greens forehead threateningly and ingtou contributes Horace Greelys lively time We are having quite lowering il as if he were refraining be- Recoustructiouists in Mississippi and cause Green hud not drawn his revolv- Â¬ T J Chapman A M writes au interT now at the mouth of Paint Lick Mr er Baldwin did not want to be a mur- Â¬ estlng paper ou the Religious Move- Â¬ Arch Stotts Is selling Hoffelds derer The shorter articlea Queens Taste Bitters and the boys are This statement made by our Sheriff ment iu 1600 is believed to be the correct version of are varied and entertaining The patrouiziughlm liberally the deplorable tragedy nd was the number concludes with its carefully Mr Paul Davis was bitten by a spider only outcome of Bald wins boldness and edited department of Original Docu last Friday night He bad drank rashness ments Minor Topics Notes Queries about three quarts of old Bourbon W H Polk editor of the Lexington Replies Society etc well filled its whisky aud it took no effect until the Drummer was shot twice in the hand Historic aud Social Jottings illus mad stone had stuck five times He while tryiDg to separate the combat Â¬ a dozeu or more ably written then got drunk ants aud his account of the trouble trated and book reviews Price 500 a year agrees substantially with Sheriff Mose LastTutsday night at a corn shuck- Â¬ Published at 743 Broadway New York leys ing at the mouth of Paint Lick Creek City Baldwin was shot three times once a man from Jessamine county Dan in the shoulder and twice near and Wread struck Jeff Hibbard three Harpers Magazine above the heart He died within three times with au ear of corn before Jeff minutes and uttered only the words For November is a brilliant conclusion knew who it was When he found il O my God His body waB takeu to the beventy fifthj volume Both of was Dan Wread he asked him to stop by Kathleen striking the serials Narka into the PlKCiix hotel him Wread struck him by YV Green walked into the hotel sent for OMeara aud April Hojies again in the face with an ear of corn a surgeon aud then went to his room D Ilowells come to a close with and Clell Walker took it up for Wread He was shot in the abdomen the ball the artistic triumph of Narka and the and his brother Sam Walker took up ranging around lo the buck where it wedding of Bostoulovers The last of fur Hibbard and whipped Clell to the Mrs Daviss graphic sketches of South Â¬ satisfaction of all present was cut out Baldwins funeral occurred at Nich ern life and scenery finds a charming olasville on Friday and it is said that subject iu the Bayou region where Joe BEREA three thousand eople were present Jefferson lives By thus ending the continued series of novels and articles He was a wonderfully popular man Mrs B B Eason of Lincoln made and numbers of friends from adjoining the Magazine prepares for a magnifi- Â¬ cent Holiday Number for December a flying visit to her parents last week counties were preseut Mr J T Roberson has built a fine Lewis D Baldwin was born in Clark iu which every article and story will county thirty seven years ago and re be complete The frontispiece is an commodious barn on the rear of his moved to Niclmiasville when about 21 engraviug from the exquisite painting home lot years old He was a merchant for a by F S Church called A Fairy Mr Joslah Burdette is building an TI19 meaning of the picture is time but subsequently was clerk of Tale extensive addition to his home the the Circuit Court for teu years For interpreted by an on anonymous in a residence of Morgan Burdette three years he has been Deputy Col- sonnet of sublime conception The upon one of the Mrs Wright wife of Prof Wright lector of Internal- Revenue and in opening article is the prosecution of his business has charming Meccas of Southern Califor is still on the sick list not having re- Â¬ uia to which invalids resort Santa covered sufficiently to sit up at all made numerous trips to Richmond a Miss Brouaugh aud Barbara The authnrEdward Roberts Dr Pigg is her attending physician He married One is a resident of that town Ho depicts leaves a wife aud six children The Temperance organization- - at wife of Senator Rodney in narrative from the attractions of the this place held its annual meeting fast sister is the as he calls if The American Nice Haggard of Winchester His father Tuesday evening After the literary Italian beauties of the Santa Barbara exercises and address the election of Â¬ was William Baldwin a brave follow er of John Morgan who was killed in Valley and the salubrious- qualities of officers for the ensuing year occurred enter- Â¬ Mrs L M Dodge was elected Presi- Â¬ battle at Green River Bridge while climate spring and fruits are tainingly set forth The old Francis- - dent and Mr 8 F Hanbon Secretary walking arm in arm with Ex County cun Missiou hoary with n centurys Clerk James Tevi- - of Richmond Thanksgiving will be observed at Baldwin father of deceased history and replete with curious as Wilham sociations is one of the important the College Chapel with appropriate came from Lexington to Richmond paper and is fully illus- Â¬ services but not after the usual stereo- Â¬ forty years aio in the emply of Pat features of the Addresses historical trated as are the other picturesque typed pattern Doyle a grocer who did business in patriotic and religious with related subjects the little while store next the old topics will be given by J F Browne Franei liouebu First street Several L V Dodge B G Hunting and oth- Â¬ PROGRESS OF MANUFACTURING years later Doyle s ent William Bald ers Appropriate Anthems Quartettes wiu and his brother John Baldwin to and pieces for congregational singing the mouth id Clear Creek on Muddy The following is a summary showing will be prepared by Prof Wright Creek at 4d Friendship church with the progress of the manufacturing in- Â¬ a Mock rf groceries and they named dustries of the country including in- Â¬ News from Owingsvllle says Never the t4ce Doylesville William mar- Â¬ corporated companies buildings etc before iu the history of tobacco ralsiug ried a daughter of Lewis Eads who as reported to the New York enter- Â¬ in this part of the country have prices was murdered in the winter of IS62 by prise newspaper for the week ending ruled so high or purchasers so eager his slaves one of whom Claibe was November 5 J J Smoot has just sold a lot of 500 Buildings costing over 5000 each 000 pounds at 20 cents a pound The hanged in Richmond in the summer bridges 13 142000 3100000 obtained for this tobacco rep- Â¬ of 1S6S and was the last person hanged 95 S26S6225 electric light resents Mr Smoots profit for the year in Madison county by due process of churches 54 951000 companies and new plants 10 005 law as he had previously sold enough to 7 gas companies 4310000 A sister of Mrs William Baldwin 000 pay all the purchases SB HS 10 was lle mother of Mrs J H Powell maniifncturiiig companies 101 Goodpastor have refused 20 cents for factories mills etc 14 about 220 hhds The large prices ob-Â¬ A brother married a 514000 of Richmond daughter itf Samuel Shearer Sr and 538000 mining companies 15 12 tained have set the people nearly wild one or two other brothers live near 197000 railroads and extensions 15 aud every one who can get an acre of Doylesville Sam Baldwin who lives 21810000 water works 7 125000 ground will raise tobacco next year near Red House is au uncle and John E Baldwin who lives near Richmond RAIRLOADS IN MADISON- is a eotf iu of L D Baldwin Remaining unclaimed III the Post- 1 ho mas M Green is one of the best Statement of Assessments in Madi office at Richmond Ky week ending nown newspaper men in Kentucky son county and incorporated townaof fov 23 1687 UP is a learless writer and the most Prather Col James 18S7 as returned to Auditor Baxter Berdie Phairs Simon dime1 man m the State to combat same for of Railroad Commissioners Bogle Fannie by Board Shiflet Kite Chenault Mary He made hi a nevsPlIMr controversy Kentucky Central Railroad Stout SH Gentry Cordelia a long a l bitter war on Ex Chief Hume Co W O Scott Madam Company main line Mad Â¬ charging mutilation of Justtee Hai8i Terll John Harris Eva ison county 2520 miles to He lias Thornton DrJ W - J HerdG rewrdi and otier thing 16500 415800 Holland John Turner B F been a holy leror to the Ignominious Other property 2150 417950 Huguely Jake Walker Wm Stephen G Burbide ever since the Kentucky Central Railroad Little Mr Warkcr WauUon severe things to war He had eome Miller Mrs Mariat Wiell Mr Allen Richmond Branch Madi- Â¬ Miller Miss Sallie Williams Tilitha UV nf Tr Pratt then President of son county 1519 miles to Newman Lena Wright Nannie Central University and it we remem- Â¬ 8000 121520 Osborn Mr E R woou f rancis V did not overook Dr Other property 1150 ber correctly 122670 Advertised matter will bo beld two cous He Is a Breck the Chancellor weeks after date of advertisement and Richmond 46 miles to 5SO0 in of Dr Ij G Barbour and two f then if undelivered will be sent to the 3VCS0 1 dead letter office ids daughters visited Richmond last S 4508 Otiier property 900 Post office hours from 6 a m to 7 p June Money order and registered letter M Attest Favett Hewitt Audi tor hours prompt 7 A M to 6 p m LITERARY NOTES J B WILLIS p H A Copy Attest TjiosThorpe c IT c c Robert Louis Stephensons remark- Â¬ The poorest economy we know of is which able ballad of Ticonderoga to let Jen dollars Worth of chickens die will appear in the Chrixtmas Scrlbners THIN COLUMN- with cholera when oO cent bottle of from will be splendidly illustrated Gauters Chicken Cholera Cure is war Â¬ drawings by two of the authors friends ranted to cure one hundred chickens The engineer of the Thin Columu This wonderful remedy is sold by William Hole A RS A aud Will H Low the American artist and Illus- Â¬ has grown serious of lato feeling sorry Stockton Willis It trator of Lamia to whom Mr Stev- Â¬ for thanksgiving turkeys perhaps has on elegant stock of enson recently inscribed two poems W 8 Adams of the Fllrd creek J Armer watches clocks and jewelry n6tf country says lie has crawfish out there naturalthat will work a hole from the American Magazine Look out for Xmas display at Stock- Â¬ -gas well id Richmond to the Ken- Â¬ ton Willis 23nlt Within recent weeks an amuslnf story has gone the rounds of the press tucky river by the first of January if You will be perfectly satisfied if you to the effect that The American Mag Pou wlinirbrrthem into thenvelfand deal at Whites Drug Store ndtf was to be conducted for the ben- Â¬ give them the right of way iziue efit of its contributor who would re-Â¬ What is an auroraborealis A familiar household word Whites ceive stock in payment for their literÂ¬ This is the question we asked a gray Drug Store nOtf ary work The paragraph has called haired citizen who resides near Rich Â¬ Knox Hats 375 forth much pity for the editor of a mond and here is his answer wasted tearsI have-- three dozen genuine Knox magazine so managed Tis ruddy flame shot up from as the story never had any foundation nether hell rhere the goodnngel hats of the latent English styles which and Is wholly untrue Ilext to Mt once a season g oes5to unbarJtA gates I am selling at S376 apiece They sell everywhere for 5 J C Lytee 3t St Ellas in Alaska Mt Tacoma is and cive the damned some breath1 the loftiest peak in Uie United States Do you want a band Dolls to close out stock at your own Its ascent is very difficult aud the The subjoined postal card from Clay price at Whites Drug Store n9tf scenerv is extremely wild An illus City addressed to Mr Editer Rich trated aoeouut of a climb to the high mond Madison Co Ky has reached Do you kuow where Whites Drug est attainable iniint is given by C D us We have not time to look for a Store is n9tf Heiidrickson iu the November Amer place and publish the card that any Olivia Delaplane In Magazine ican person iu need of a hand oraeut Syrap of Pigs Mr Fawcetts story in the American may correspond- with the gentleman fairly launched on the delightful liquid laxative and Magazine is at last rar editer i seldmy self as a stran- Â¬ Is the sea of Kew York society and be ger to drop you 41 few lines to see ifyou the only true remedy for habitual con Â¬ stipation aud the many Ills depending gins to show some of the qualitica would do me a favor I ask you as a on Paul Hamilton a weak or inactive condition ol tioiis of a leader friend to see if you Can Getme n im Hane the Southern poet left with ployment in your town I would like thp kidneys liver and bowels It is a pleasant remedy to take both to old Maurice Thompson the materials for tb have a Job in some hous their if you aud youug it Is gentle in Its autography Mr Thompson does not no action of inny bodey that wants aivagent think it is time yet for such a publica- for iney thine let me know and i will and Effective it is acceptable to the tion but contributes an appreciative obllg you Send me one of your Papers stomach and stteugtbeus the organs on whlchit acts Manufactured only Aketoh ot his brother poet to The and X will try to get Subwrlberafor by the California FlgSyrnp Compauy American Magazine tor November Wesley C Phillips you soon San Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton Luoius Fairchild recently Gen Â¬ -Â¬ - T UNTIL JANUARY 1st 1888 m m sky Mnn w SSSKl 3 3 sl AliB KKSSffi My Stock of Clothing Furnishing Goods Hats Caps Trunks Valises c must all be closed out you the piece or GOODS to No 1 SIAIsotoa be soldSTOCK OE PIECEsell them for be sold in manufacturerswill make up forand callNo prices Ee sure in less than for glory but will more goods time 9 sepaStf J STOCK C I LYTER LIVE MAEKET EEPOET CORRECTED WEEKLY BY CO WEBER LOPER Live Stock Commission Merchants at Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards CINCINNATI Library Lamps 0T Mgers Silw Plateu 1 IL i OHIONOVEMBER 21 1887 Mm ai Forks SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common to Fair Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen 4 25 4 00 3 50 3 25 1 50 1 50 4 50 4 25 4 00 They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at FACTS UNANSWERABLE FACTS That Are Demonstrated At 3 25 Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3 83 3 6e Fair to Good 3 50 3 25 2 75 Common to Fair 3 00 3 75 Good to Extra Cows 3 25 3 75 3 50 Fair to Good Cows 1 75 2 00 Common Cows 1 25 1 50 Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping 2 75 3 6o Best Bologna 2 50 2 65 Fair Bologna 2 25 2 50 Fair to Good Feeders 2 oo 2 25 1 t 50 Common and Thin 75 AND STOCKERS FEEDERS Good Extra Steers 3 50 3 25 2 75 Fair to Good Steers 2 50 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 75 1 Common and Thin Stockers 2 00 50 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 50 oo5 00 35 0014 c 00 rairtotiood 18 00 30 00 Common 6 00 6 50 Best Veal Calves Fair to Good 5 50 5 oo Common and Heavy 3 oo 4 00 SPRING LAMBS Good Extra Heavy 5 25 5 50 c 00 Good Butcher 4 75 Fair Butchers 4 50 5 00 Common and I au fends 3 25 3 75 HOGS Select Butcher 5 15 5 20 Fair to Good Packers 5 15 4 85 Good to Extra Lights 4 70 4 90 3 75 3 00 The Fariees We Quote if you They see them because you Very best material employed in their manufacture Â¬ cant help You Ire Precisely What J STRENG8 it Louisville Store Mt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our stock of Queens ware and Glassware and especially our Decorated Din- READ CAREFULLY VIIAT YOU CAN ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive DO WITH THE MONEY REMEMBER THAT CASH WILL BUY BEST GRADES OP THESE GOODS AT COFFEES SUGARS TEAS THESE PRICES and other Staple Groceries also Canned Goods X JuneJJ tf 3 O- - G FRANCIS Publie Bale OF Best Standard Calicoes at Best Indigo Blue Calicoes at Best Yard Wide Heavy Brown Domestic Good Cotton Flannels at Good Grey Flannels at Good Red Flannels at Nice Dress Goods at Nice Dress Goods at Beautiful Dress Goods 5c per yd Gc Gc Sjcu - Light figs Roughs and Scalawags 4 40 3 25 46 3 75 STOCK will on AND CROP I TIIE TIME TO GO TO 1SS7 Having decided lo quit farming PUBLIC Saturday SALE 1887 Saturday Ncy 26 LETTERS sell to the highest bidder on the prem- Â¬ ises on the Richmond mid Four Mile in MndUon road near the river I WILL SELL PUBLICLY ON county my stock crop and farming implements consisting of Dec 10 1 extra Brood Mare 1 Family Saddle Saddle fcjiallion On the premises 4 miles from Rich- Â¬ Horse 1 mond on the Four Mile road my per- Â¬ black by Young Tom and out of a sonal property 2 pieces of land and mare by Sam Phelps Foxtown 1 rent out my home place The person Â¬ Yearling Filly full 1sister to the stal Â¬ lion 1 Mule Colt Yoke Work Oxen alty consists of 3 Steers I Yearling Steer 3 Milch Cows 3 Extra Calves about Household and 60 barrels of Corn in the crib 100 Shocks of Fodder two-year-o- ld AND GET ONE OF HIS White Blankets at Bed Comforts ak Good Jeans at Good Suit of Clothes at Better Suit of Clothes at Better Suit of Clothes at Good Overcoat at Belter Overcoat at Better Overcoat at Womens Shoes at Womens Shoes at Boots at at 20c 20c 10c 124c 5c 150 a pair 7 75c 20c per yd pOUV 650 4 Kitchen Furnitures Farming Im two-year-o-ld Spring Saddles at Uats at Hats at Hats at Boots 750 400 500 750 100 a pr 125 200 250 t 11 oc 100 plementSjGrain and Stock About 800 1 els Oats 2500 Bundles Oats 15 Tons Hay some Straw and Fodder The lands to be sold consist of GO J ACRES on the Four Mile road 3 miles from Richmond known as the Walker laud first class with good houe of three rooms and kitchen and 32 ACRES on same road known as Harper land 5 miles from Richmond My home place consists of 81 Ackes well improved with good house 4 miles from Richmond Terms made known on day of sale Sale at 10 oclook DILLARD COX including 5 Hows 14 Yearling Steers Straw Rick Farming Tools such as 5 Milch Cows 3 Steer Calves 100 Bar- Â¬ Ox cart Plows Gear c Also 200 rels Corn 50 Bushels Wheat 50 Bush Â¬ bushels of Good Lime Some HouseÂ¬ Bundles of Oats hold CLOdiBS At Ail Prices and in All Styles Bern ember that these prices are the Rock Bottom Prices for Cash Our stock is complete and we have a great many goods that we have not enumerated here but call and see what we have and you will be satisfied that we have the best stock ever in Richmond sold at prices never be- Â¬ fore offered Come and see us and see the great bargains we have August 2t- - GEIMS i i ca h Ten dollars and under over that amount a credit until the lirst Monday iu January 1S88 Note with good security without in- Â¬ terest will be required 16nov2t DUKE TIPTON TERMS EXECUTORS SALE At bottom prices As Executor of the estate of Henry N Wells I will on He also has a full line of MASTER COMMISSIONERS it ice lo Creditors Court Common Saturday November 26 at 2 oclock der pm sell to the highest bidÂ¬ single and double first class ma- Â¬ Madison Pleas Madison Court Common Pleas at his mentioned County of Madi- Â¬ The third is on the East side of Estill son Kentucky on or before the 25th avenue now occupied by James Alraan day of December next ALSO ONE SHARE OF STOCK IN This 22od day of November 18S7 TIIE FAIR GROUNDS SE8COTr Terms easy and made known on day of office in Richmqud IN Chaeies It Watis Admr PIS In against Kqtty- Marqabet Watts dc Defla All persons having claims against The first is the house on the South side the estate of Charles R Watts deceas- of Main street occupied by Mrs Sallie ed are hereby notified to produce the Cobb same properly proven to the under- Â¬ The second is the house on the South signed Master Commissioner of the side of Main street just above the one Â¬ o RXGHMOISB O Houses and Lots terial and best of work Saddles and Harness tr LOUISVILLE STORE NEATLY AND PROMPTLY June 22 tf iVI IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR ADRUFF THE CELEBRATED M CM CC P sale - Mill For Sale 3114 CYRUS T WELLS Executor Henry N Wells estate Local Produce Markets WEEKLY CORRECTED BY COVINGTON ARNOLD ft DRO GROCERS IRVINE STREET RICHMOND KY 1887 WEBBT E Tl FARM WAGONS They are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them lace of 60 E alf mile ACRES OF from Kingston I wish to sell privately my home LAND one in Madison county Ky Dwelling - House Richmond Ky Nov 2j Executors Notice Beef Cattle Butcher- -Hogs Sugar Cured Hams of four rooms and hall Good cistern Bacon Hams Country buggy house and all out bulldlugs and Cured one of the best stables Jn the county Butter Good orchard Convenient to schools Chickens t 50 churches mills shops stores anjl sim- Â¬ EgK ilar places Good place for physician Wheat or merchant Terms easy lour 5 23n4t Corn per barrel W B STIVERS -Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 Its Lard Tallow Beeswax 4Sc 133150 lc WaleliDiakor Watches Clocks MltT and Jeweler Jewelry Silver and Special TRUSS RID UD TUBUiiR HIE - i2ti5c 1 i20c 7j2 00 2502 ibaik in Plated wnre etc attention given to 2 S3 50 o35 1 667c 00 issfcc Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at 4o50 nl2jc SETTING 3ts3C 40joc ESPECIALLY LOW PHIOES DIAMONDS Feathers Meal vSl 3 - iioOc AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES ill lapis Call faiTantefl For One Year the CO All persons having claims against the estate of H N Weils deceased will please present the satne to me for Buov lm Willis payment properly verified on or before J L Cogar purcnased oOOlmshels of the first day at January 1883 barley of AlfcxDunlap at 52 cents All persons indebted to the estate bushels of wheat ofGraddy 6t000 jjfarid 25 nettHouseonJuateourJjdayI the best willpleasejPoy same at once Son 6fVersallIesaf 75 cents 23nov3t C T Wklls Esr place ilgs of Mrs Sarah Blackburuat 4J5 Drug to buy drugs and books Whiles Storey- t9tf Patronize JJi Brooks the druggist per hundred Clipper Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf ChoiceTjlnagrass seed Keil topseed Sweet IUtoes Irish Potatoes 4 I0t x 7535tf 40500 35 2o 25 RSFAIRIIff The Best Material wagons- June 3J The Easiest Terms IsSc 75 Promptly done aud In a workmanlike manner oo3 to Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver iJSiJ 0575 B Dont lorgeTthe place nextdoof 7iS5 oo3i 25 to tliePost ofliceJ Wcbrriond Ky t 00 juneS2 tf in Mi Pope and examine Dont buy before doing so V SBBSTER WAGON tf Schilling struck or grabbed at Me Â¬ master C D Chenault banker J Creary MeCreary hud a bottle in his K Greeuleat banker James Brooks lea hand aud said come on Schill Â¬ drimgust Naihun Fain S B While ing followed three or four steps mei chant R A Barlow City Collec Â¬ MeCreary was close to Iron railing but tor G n White Thomas J Smhh not bent over it Ziemann told Schill Â¬ uieichaut Joe Dusch all testified to ing to come back and go iuto the house he reputation ol Schilling as a dan Â¬ McCreiry was moving backwards gerous violent man 11 slugger fighter Heard the shot Gas was burning on bruiser etc the street The prosecution was well represented -Walker Blount aud Lester said they by Mr Sullivan who made an excel- Â¬ were in Ziemanna store both times lent speech and was ably assisted by when MeCreary waa in there J attorney Brown Tte Commonwealth PALACE DRY GOODS CLOTHING HOUSE di not hear McCrerary using abu- Â¬ did not suffer through its young rep- Â¬ sive language Blount heard resentatives notwithstanding the pow Â¬ Schilling ask MeCreary at the erful anoyof the talent on the ether door what he said aud MeCreary re- Â¬ side plied you heard what I said Blount Jodge Chenault considered the testi- Â¬ Sanders Co are now working Halstead Mad LP said that Schilling made at MeCreary mony at length and delivered his opin Â¬ eight hands and owing to increased When the distinguished but gall MeCreary began to buck aud scuffle ion clearly aud concisely He said in Lusiiiess will have to increase the ovenun editor of the Cincinnati Com Heard bottle pop scufll d for thirty substance I look at the facts in this force mercial Gazette Mr Murat HaMead feet aud saw flash from pistol Schil case and not the parties From the tr read the account of the dedication ling seemed to have one hand suddenness with which the difficulty The Boston Quintette Club will give at Ford he cussed and calmly wrote but could not see if he had a raied arose and its brief duration there knife a concert on Monday Dec 5th for the as follows They did not hear MeCreary say to could have lieen no malice The only of the First Presbyterian benefit One may wonder whether the able Schilling come on question then is was the killing done church And unliable publisher of the Louis Â¬ Miss Sshllliug went out and found in sudden heat nnd passion or in self This powder never varies A marvel of Say U Is necessary that the Herald ville Courier Journal often sends such telegrams defense when thedefeudaut had reason parity strength and wholesomeness More business should be settled Do you Richmond as this just reported from Sehilliug leaning against the railing economical lhan the ordinary kinds and Ky able grounds to believe and did believe cannot hoold hi Took hold mul- Â¬ wielK deceased Herald any subscrip Just before the service began a tele- Â¬ bruited all of him and he said Im himself iu danger of death or great titudes of low lest competition with the plioa- Khortlwelclit alum or over with the bottle aud gram was handed Dr BIhiUoii which Hiiuio jniwwcra rauu nniy in cans Rovai tion money Two parlies enter a IUKisa Powder Co 106 Wall St N Y Took Schilling in the house bodily harm tie read to the congregation as follows shot Two sons of Marshall Moore a form Â¬ Have just returned from New Barlow and Edwards pulled off Schil public house one not thetlefeiidatit Jnue 22 tf You are authorized to draw lugs clothes There wai a knlfd in inadvertently does something that er tiied citizen of this oouuty live xork on me at sight fur a sulHeient amount Ids pocket Villiara French came after enrages the keeper and deceased The MATRIMONIAL- in Rjwmii county ami liave more or to pay your church indebtedness os t do Willi the war up there the shooting lit a match and looked parties nre refused aud ordered out V N Halubmax Mr Wm Vincent and Miss Belle along the street Told Miss Schilling They depart Defendant believes he Mr W S Wood formerly of this committed no oflense returned to Fulks both of Decatur county Indiana Trion AAA Brown Cotton Sunday School Association he was looking for McCrearys hat 6c per yd Blankets so 100 a pair Mens Celluloid Collars place is now with the Lexinciou Ziemann and Miss Schilling said apologize Jjr his friend is acalu were married on Saturday evening Nov Extra Heavy Brown Cotton The interesting program which was Wheel Co and the Lexing Â¬ 6Jc Shawls at any price to CLOSE OUT Mens Celluloid Cuffi 35c Spike published In last weeks Climax of Schilling was strong a muscular man refused ami is cursed aud ordered 19 at the home of Mr Vincent uncle 10 Brown Sheeting All wool Tricot 4 ton featbtr Lubricant aud Reuovatbr 15c 37sc Per yd Lexington Yarnall colors 65c per lb the Madison County Sunday school 25 years old and never sick In his life to leave He leaves with the remark Mr Joel T Vincent or this county in the 10 Bleached Sheeting Coropauy 30c Double fold Cashmere all colors 4 The attendants Association which convened at the much larger than MeCreary Schil Â¬ then go to hell aud is pursued by Poosey neighborhood Saxony Yarn all colors 75c per lb Missfonaiy Baptist Baptist church on Saturday was a ling had been from home several deceased who lunges nt defendant and were Mr R L Bogie and Miss Effie Yard Wide Heavy Cotton 10 I2 colored 5c 15c The Cloak and Jackets cheap to clou out S25 Saturday great success and a good deal of years and returned only five weeks follows him thirty feet along the pave- Â¬ Vincent Bleached Cotton Lonsdale cleared clunl Cotton Cashmere all colors 4c ment Defeudaut is seized by powerful Ladies Red all wool Underwear 60c night on an entertainment at Rices interest was manifested The addresses before his death Mr G C Francis of this place and Bleached Cotton Maionville 8Jc Velvet all colors 35c The counsel for defense asked why aud desperate man and forced against Miss Sadie W Wilgus of Lexington will Bleached Cotton Hope Hal fT the benefit ot the Theological were entertaining aud the music flue Ladies White all wool Underwear 50c Silk Velvet all colors 75c Notwithstanding the at LotiisVilie disagreeable bchilliug left home and If It was not an iron railing hum which lie cau not wed to day at 330 p m at the home of the Bed Ticking Sci SJ 10 and 15c u 7 escape His hand was cut Defendant bride Prof B C Hagerman will per- Â¬ Ladies White Merino Underwear 100 per pair 40c Lace Curtains weather and the high wind whirling because he was so violent aud had so Shirting Cotton 6Jc Pr f 1 Miller the mind reader and chjuds of dust down the streets there much trouble jwith customers that states that he believed he was in dan Â¬ form the ceremony and Miss May Luxon Gingham for Aprons Mens Red all wool Underwear 1 50c Clarks ONT Spool Cottn6 spools 35c an entertainment at Win- i l t gave was a very good attendance at the Ziemann asked him to leave Counsel ger of death or great bodily harm aud and Mr Coley Wallace and Miss Lama Gingham for Dresses7 8 and 10c 30 per yd Female Institute on Thursday Mens Red all wool best Underwear 75c Floor Oil Cloth MaJon afternoon aud night session A splen- Â¬ for the prosecution objected aud the kne deceaseds reputation for being a Luxon and Mr Rob rt BiggeritafT will be Calico Towels andXapkinsany price to close out 4 and 5c evenng which was highly aijtreoialHj viuleut man Did defendant have the attendants The couple will leave for Hose for Ladies and Children cotton and did lunch was served in the basement court sustained the objection Plain Red Flannel 15 and 30c All wool Plaid Flannel Skirts anJ eij jyed by life autiieHoe 90c W D Weal herford said that Clel Â¬ reasonable grounds for his belief I Cincinnati on a bridal trip and will stop Twilled Red Flannel of the church three large tables were wool at Cost 30 and 35c All wool Jerseys I see no wrong in acts at the Garnett House on their return 50c B Lewx of Big Hill had heaped with Kood things prepared land and MeCreary came into his think he had P M Twilled Gray Flannel 13 and 15c Mens all wool Socks 15c Ladies all linen Hemstitched Hand- Â¬ Madison county ladies house shortly before the shooting and of defendant except language aud that vjiu itiill 111 JacKMHi oouuty uam- - by the All wool Plaid Flannel At the Southern Methodist church in 33c bought a bottle of champagne was not intended to provoke an as kerchiefs Mens Linen Collars 6jc I agi J i tire 011 brainy to the extent of delicious hot coffee was very much Clelland 10c up 5c sault but lo retort to language of de- Â¬ Irvine on Wednesday Nov 16 1887 Rev Jeans by the throng who He uncorked it and Clelland took a The fire origiiiat- - appreciatid ho insurance S5 60c Mens Linen Collars Edward Majin pastor of the ME church Bed Comforts 10 and 15c Red Table Cloth 25c per yd were thoroughly chilled by the cold small drink Clelland asked MeCrea Â¬ ceased I tlieietoie discharge the de Â¬ South at Irvine ile the Iiami- - were at dinner J and Miss Katie Friend wind After the beupdiction by Dr ry to drink but he refused and at the fendant from custody The attendants were Misses Nannie and - Bale MwrIm Km will sell Stewart the association adjourned to same time Weatherford suggest d that Ella Trimble of Mt Sterling Rev on Saturday meet 11b at Kingston next spring upon a day to be MeCreary was not of age only 19 Mr Savage of Covington and Mr Hugh PERSONAL D iiiiiwr loth tlteir house and five fixed by the executive years old aud could not drink in his committee Riddel of Irvine The bridal party ianil itlii the limits of the a-house MeCreary advised Clellaudto passed through Richmond on Wednesday Mr Bales and tamily will tfbt not buy any wine Tlte Mt Crcary Case Mr and Mrs Booker left Saturday for en route for St Louis and Fort Smith aLi rnuiixe South J A Mershou assistant marshal a visit to relatives in Louisville The case of the commonwealth Ark Mi r Lxinaii Parrisii and ZJd against Robert MeCreary charged with of Richmond saw MeCreary and Miss Florence Reiser of Mowaqua III Mr E Field Miller Mound Landing i lie bought out tle groeery firm Li the killing of William Schilling in Clelland at McKeiiuns playing billl is visiting the family of Mr Chas Hunley Miss and Miss Fanny of Shelby of Fayette Edwards Saw thm at Frenchs but Irvine street Richmond on Friday night the 11th iards cfLiij county were married at high noon on li ih Aiiami livery stWe ami will instaut was called before County couldnt say that both drank Was in Mr Edmond B Hume left Friday for ruj a r gular grocery with a meat Judge John C Chenault at 10 oclock Frenchs and heard shot Ran out aud New York where he will spend se eral Tuesday Nov 30 1887 Mr Miller is a son of Mrs P tsey I Miller of this place Tlte firm will be Par on last Wednesday st re ai laclieil and consumed saw Schilling 011 the street leaning months and has been living in Mississippi a num aguinst the iron railing about thirty rih mil Long that day and the greater part of the Messrs John Hughes and Vince Crom- - ber of years The bride is a cousin of feet from Ziemauus door Sehilliug The prosecution was represent Â¬ Mr Dillanl Cox will cell publicly next was a much stronger man than Me- welj of Lexington were in the city on Mrs ColW M Irvine and was educated ed by County Attorney J A Sullivan Li- - premises tour miles from Rrieh Friday ii here and is well known and beloved by a of Richmond and County Attorney Creary and could handle two of him lii jhil on the Four Mile road on Sut Mr Rutherford 13 Ian ton has returned warm circle of friends who wish the couFrank Conway bar keeper at Mn The defense was urilaj Dtceuiber 10th all his hou se- Brown of Lancaster istt to rclathes in ple much happiness in lifes voyage A R Kennassaid that MeCreary and Clel- Â¬ from an extended two tracts of represented by Messrs C F ll A stock and grain land played pool Clelland took a Virginia Biiruam CS Ian aud rent out his home place for Burnain Smith DIED drink of whisky and MeCreary a drink Miss Maud Taylor of Winchester is tin tear Mr Cox and family will Powell aud Governor MeCreary Ten of beer Clelland threw a cue on the witnesses were examined for the Com Â¬ spending Thanksgiving with Miss Annie reinoe to I Union Mary infant of Cal and Mary Maupin mon wealth aud seventeen for the floor and MeCreary told Clelland Letcher aged 14 months died on yesterday morn- Â¬ apt Ballard reorts the sale of defense The house wa to quit that aud MeCreary picked it crowded Capt Thos Mattin of Maysville was ing Funeral will occur at the home of li u tiiull and kitchen furniture on during the entire time and great in- Â¬ up in the city on Wednesday and Thursday the parents near the depot at o oclock t JieMlax of Elder Y- - B Stivers uear terest was manifested Here the Commonwealth closed The principal on business this morning Ki gtou as good Eleder Stivers Commonwealth witnesses were H and Robert MeCreary took the wit Â¬ to go to Missouri in the spring Ziemauu step father of Schilling and ness stand in his own behalf exixfs Mrs Marion Terry of Annapolis Mrs Maria L Granger widow of the TWit rr ie will make his future home MeCreary said that he aud Clelland Maryland visited Mrs Thompson Bur late Gen Gordon Granger U S A and Schilling Miss Anna a sister T t laud did not sell aud is now for Although there were eight other Com- Â¬ were nt McKetiuas playing jool nam last week sister of Dr Sam M Letcher of Rich- Â¬ saie privately monwealth witnesses the case would C took a drink of whisky aud he Mr B H Galvin left Tuesday for mond died on Saturday I9U1 at Lancas- Â¬ Mr hyman Parrish has exchanged have been stronger against the accused beer They left and when lu front of Mound Landing Miss where he will ter The burial occurred in Lexington cemetery on Sunday thi Ilace on Otter Cieek four miles had they not testified at all for in the Wentherfnrds Clelland proposed to go spend the winter frtn Richmoud known as the old main points they did not corroborate in and get a bottle of wine MeCreary Miss Pauline Breck died in Chicago Mrs Kate Parent of Memphis Tenn Dv hi Dozier place to Hubert Nelson tiie principal witnesses The testi objected Clelland went in aud Mc- Â¬ Miss Pauline 15 1SS7 been visiting her sister Mrs R Tuesday Nov has fr his two iHMises aud lots 011 Main mony of tiie step father aud sister was creary followed Clelland ordered a whoGentry has gone home went to Chicago for medical treatment L bottle of the finest wine in the house street 111 Richmi nd beyond the depot substantially the sirne and felt benefitted enough by the treatment Mr Parrisli will remove to town WilliiigSchilliugaud Anna Schilling at all MeCreary said not get any The Misses Crow gave a luncheon to spend Sunday with Mrs Dr Brooks -Clelland got a Saturday in honor of their guest Miss her cousin While December 011 certainly not the finest and oeeupy his Todd were in Ziematis confectionery there she grew worse bottle had it opened took a wine Minnie Walker of Garrard William I r perty farther out on the tame street Friday night the 11th hist v and was neerablc to leae the house wns the baker and Anna clerked in glass lull aud asktd him to drink hut Miss Anna Fishback of Versailles She was a daughter ot Rev R L Breck Commissioner S E Seott will sell the store John BWalker of the Sec Â¬ he refused and also Weatherford ob and a niece of Judge C II Breck and a the old Brouaugh dace out on the ond National Bank Walter Blount of jected They left and went Into Zie and Miss Peachv Converse of Louisville granddaughter of Col Wm Rodes Most are visiting Miss Mary Logan CROOKE Bi Hill pike on Monday December Blount grocers m a mis followed by MeCreary C the firm of Tribble of her life was spent in Richmond where 5ii 111 front of the Court house door ami William Lester trainer for W R carrying the opened bottle Clelland Â¬ Miss May Bell Vanmeter of Winchesall who came in contact with her loved her On Hie I i day of December he will called for glasses and pulled the bar ter will spend Thanksgiving with Miss for Letcher were also in the oonfectionery her pure and trusting faith nobleness se the Presley JIhmIw projterly of 128 H Ziemann step father of the Schill- Â¬ from the table overturning several Mattie Bronston of life and bright and cheerful example of oir on Oter Cieek Oh DMmWr ing was back in the dining room lying things and kicked a chair Schilling Miss Sallie Ellis one of the teachers of a Christian character Her mother was hi a hi t tlte corner of Alain and asleep nn a sofa Robert MeCreary and said it was no d d hog pen thy the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Dan- Â¬ called away when she was a young girl of Or hard streets in Richmond owned MeCreary said thnts all ville is at home for Thanksgiving were in William Clelland came into the confec seventeen leaving the responsibilities of a hy the late W W Hamilton Schil- Â¬ tionery Did not speak but walked right give us some glasses Mr T M FielJ of Woodford county large- household and the care of little ling suid they could not drink in Iwck into the dining room MeCreary llennleu Drag Stere Closed was the guest of his sister Mrs R X brothers and sisters to this young girl in there and to get out MeCreary With what tenderness and love she tried Mi srs V G White J J Brooks had been there often and had always behaved well No hard feeling be- Â¬ said pay no attention to Clelland White on Wednesday and Thursday last to fill the place of the absent mother a ul Mocktoii Willis have purchased They left and weregonetwo three min Â¬ Mrs Geo A Boyd of Chicago and guiding with love and teaching by exam- Â¬ the Hem don stock of dreg and will tween MeCreary aud witness Ziemann kept confectionery aud public dining utes and Clelland said theyjvould go to her sister Miss Edith Bush of Hawes ple until womanhood and manhood called divide the stock Tlte Iiouse will 110 MeCreary said it was not ville Ky are Waiting their brother-in-laroom Clelland seated himself at a Frenchs them forth to lifes with loiiger lie occupied as a drug store 1 table over which was spread a mosquito right to buy wine nt one house and Hon W T Tevis good Christian teachings for a life of Edibles pulled the bar oft and in doing drink it in another and then suggest Â¬ bar He The Courier Journal says Capt Archibald H Goodloc a brother usefulness The ladies of the first Presbyterian so turned oyer the castor aud several ed that Clelland let him have the bot- Â¬ of Mrs Dr C C Smith is traveling over When duty no longer called her to watch IchurUi will have a ntk ofnice things bottles of sauce as the bar was tucked tle and he would return alone to Zie Europe for his health He was when over her fathers home she came to Belle to eat at Ellis Hiceinss store on around the castor The stoppers came manns and make it all right with last heard from in Paris France wood to control and manage its financial Then they would drink the Wednesday the flay before Thanks- - Hit aud contents spilled on table Schilling and domestic affairs Her success there Rev Dr Harvey Glass left on Monday igiung for the benefit of the First Nothing broken Ziemann roused up wine and go home Clelland consent- Â¬ exceeded all expectations and to her tal- Â¬ and MeCreary went in and of last week for the- Southern part of ents her refinement her beautiful Chris- Â¬ Presby tinau church You are not in a ed excited and said Schilling glasses California where it is hoped he will regain tian life much of the splendid success for MeCreary asked hog pen hut in my house of Will Return said Thats all right give us some saying they would drink and go home his health Lr Glass family will spend Bellewood is due Her death at this time Mr James Adams w ho has been on sandwiches or Never mind thats and not to pay any attention to Clel Â¬ the winter in Danville is a great loss to that institutionand to the th Register for the past six yers left all rightSchilling came up aud aked land that he was drinking Schilling Collector T S Bronston and Messrs Presbyterian church in Kentucky She fi r a vi ii to Winchester on Tue dy was uot any that hog Wm Martin Presley Smith Ambrose had consecrated her life to the caute or They aid said What is it you all want Mr Adams is honest and indu trious nnd cursed MeCreary a h n omiHMtor and 111 every way a sandwiches Schilling said You cant pen that Dudley and Tom Curtis attended the fu- Â¬ female Christian education Her whofe va nble man The Re islera best get em and you get out of here right they could uot drink in there neral services of Col L D Baldwin at soul had been placed in this work Few wi hes attend him Register away They said If we cant have and to leave MeCreary then told Nicholasville on Friday last women possessed so remarkable a combi- Â¬ Mt Adams will return hImhU the them here you can go to hell using oth Â¬ Schilling to go to hellr aud left fol Â¬ fir i if December and become foreman Mr Wm Crutcher late of this place nation of remarkable qualities She was er similar words we can get them lowed by Sehilliug who said at the a Iiil I Umax offlee and son of Elder Sam Crutcher has taken dignified graceful cultured thoughtful somewhere else and walked out Miss door what did you say aud Me Â¬ the first honors of his class at the Phil Â¬ patient firm kindly with a full comple Sehilliug was sure that both used the Creary answered you heard w hat I A Xew Firm Her whole best ment ot the proper emotions Schilling rushed at MeCreary adelphia School of Pharmacy the career was one of self sacrifice and useful- Â¬ Mi rs R Cuviuglmi ami E same words at precisely the same time said H school of pharmacy in America 10 Ceilings 15 ness Her life has been a beautiful exam- Â¬ L Mucliell w ill oihmi on January 1st To employ her exact language It was with out stretched hand aud when Mrs PaUey L Miller and her daugh- Â¬ ple of womanly tenderness and devotion to her Ziemann also uear the railing Schilling caught him a1 J t Call selec- Â¬ Lyters stand on Main street all one snuudin Ziemann about the bosoln with the left hand ter Miss Lucie Mr and Mrs Robt to family and duty a uiluiig aud Gents Furnishing god said they must get out goods She was buried in the Rich- Â¬ aii Mercluut Tailoring Establish- - went out of front door aud stood on and raised the right hand At this Miller and daughters Misses Sillie street Clelland was drunk and they moment MeCreary dropped the bottle Patttie Harrie and Bessie Miller and mond cemetery Friday afternoon at tieii Hie style of the firm will be -thought MeCreary was drinking Clel- which he had in his left hand threw CaptTerrill attended the Miller Shelby 3 oclodk where a great number of Mitchell iEtou Mc- Â¬ wedding at Walnut Hills friends gathered to pay the last respects to lip that hand and said stop Mr J C Ly ter who has been occu land did not kuow what he whs doing py g the stand in the same bu iness Walker Blount aud Lester had same Crearys hand struck something in Mr and Mrs Leslie Combs and Mr their friend The floral tributes were to hear words of Mewl sell out his stoek and lea re for opportunity Clelland the these two wit Â¬Â¬ Schillings hand and was cut His hat Robert Swigert of Lexington Mrs beautiful and the one given by the young Julyt3 tr as went oil he was pressed sidewlse over Bennett Young of Louisville the Senior ladies of Bellewood representing a broken Anz ma where he hopes to benefit his Creary and nesses had Witnesses did not see any the railing and drew the pistol class of Bellwood accompanied by the wheel was symbolic of the feelings at health bottle witli his right hand and fired Me- Â¬ full corps of teachers and Dr E W Bellewood feat In a minute or twoMcCreaiy returned Creary walked across the street then Bedinger and Prof Morrison attended A Concert 5CR1ANERV Dont fall to call on Armer foe every There will be a concert at the Bip- - alone and had a bottle in his hand He returned to Frenchs where Hugo the funeral of Miss Pauline Breck WSIft MAGAZINE thing iu tlve jewelry line Lester and Walker Edge washed the blood from his hand nlOlf tist church on Thursday 24 Thanks- - passed Ziemann HMUWttf l j A number of Richmond people attended back iuto dining aud face He asked French to go look giihiK night for the benefit of a poor aud walked 1 Examine the flue stock of Stationery je a Srf fhSUP room Asked for a sandwich and glass for his hat aud see if he could find a the mveiling of the BreckinriJge monuyoMig man who is tryitic lo educate CL ment at Lexington last Wednesday at Stockton WJIIIh 23iovlt Iwintelf for the ministry The concert and said lie wanted to drink in there knife on the pavement Never used fyfi wt M Irvine whom Col Wnt will be nlven umler the management Ziemann standing outside heard Me- Â¬ abusive language to Schilling Never among Mrs were L New stuck of Palmer Celebrated Mr and Hugh White Mr and d Mrs D ChenaulU Miss Harris Creary and said to Schilling Dmt let told him to come ou after leaving MrsW R Letcher Capt MTarlow and Toilet Soups at Stockton- - Willis uWHtfl Schilling said the door MeCreary said he knew MiIer aud- - Mrs crrrre Samuel Bennett him have a glass 23ulU his daughter Miss Florence S S Parkes You Schilling to be much stronger thati he You heard what tatller said are to be the leading soprano and our B BMillioni-S-nator-Joh- n Bennett Maj very best local talent will take pait cant have a glass Gtjt outof here Arnirr is giving some nice bargains aud knew his reputation as a danger-inter-lve A J Reed and Dr Wm Jennings Go and see ids fine stock lu the concert 50cu will Jus charg- Â¬ MeCreary said You cau go to hell ous man At the lime of the shoot inn ul6tf -and value is fully and jjeautifultySeJ Mr John ed fur adults 25cts for children It left followed by Schilling Miss he believed hiniuelf to be in danger olj from a trip to Crooke returned Thursday Nothing but the Pur st nnd Best IMM5L gained mord the Altamont and Lilly coal Sis to be a musical treat as well as for Schilling said to her brother Let him death or great bodily harm Drugs usedlu our Prescription Dej Chan Rational clrculattQn exceeding a mttt Commenrinfilu nhiwl unit nil meaning MeCreary alone dont do Clelland testified in substance the mines on the Knoxville extension of the partmem WHIK SSnlt StockUfii N railroad vs He visited Knoxville to him copies monthly then same as MeCreary so far ns he was j L and UerBonswho possibly can should at anything where he met Dr R N Kesterson who You with MeCreary teiid heard MoCreary say nt door Largest Purest utid Best Stock of frPRICE 25 CENTS A NUMBER- A YEAR Hugo Engel testified to washing says he is doing splendidly At Chatta- Â¬ Drugs in Central Kentucky at Stock Here Miss Schill- Â¬ heard what I said Killed at Irvine ing lost sight ot her brother Miss blood from haud and face ot MeCreary nooga he met Dr J I Ashbaugh who ton Willis 23nlf Depuly Sheriff Wages of Irvine Soliiiliug said that Clelland sat dowu Busier Fife colored said he saw says he has a large practice Mr Crooke Jwilh was hi Richmond yesterday The Domestic at Aimers and said at the table but Zieraatiu said he did a mail hold of MeCreary MeCreary say s things are booming at Chattanooga j Charles 5cribnerS that 011 Monday Hal Cockrell shot and not Miss Schilling said that MeCreary backed to railing and man had hlml and every other building is a real estate - The ladles will be pleased lo hear Publishers enabTe vs jiustautly killed James Ameiln thut our entcrprlhing jeweler D P and ou the second visit asked for a glass ilK the collar shoving him over the 1 office tP ojfcp 5CR1BNEFCS MAGAZINE Islnt at Eihu Kerby the ball passing and Ziemann said that lie asked for iron railing Mans right hand was Ahmrii hns added to his stock the tLrough his hat The trouble grew out boih sandwich and glass celebrated Domestic Sowing Machine SCRIBNER and Walker raised and somebody said keep back CLIMAX RELIGIOUS of an attempted arrest bv Denutv Blount and Lester did not hear either off me anda pistol fired Was then with tiie new wood work and entire Sheriff Mat Cockrell of a man flamed MeCreary or Clelland use abusive lan Â¬ sent foc a doctor lot of new attachments The Domes i Elder C K Marshall formerly pastor tic Machine Is undoubtedly the sfar roRTABIX EH0IKE3 or all elzes The tamona ickett Cockrell is n son tif the late guage to Schilling They heard Zie Geo W Mutipln Jailor said that -Senator Harrison Cookrell aud is the inaiiu say something about a hog pen he had a conversation ou the day after qf tlifc Christian church preachedYrom his Hint lends them all Call and examine Tyrrirni rn5SSTS iiiLuaiuu ouu aAn M MMivuTuiu0jttan Si Agents 26octtf old pulpit on Sunday morning and tnem Any one wlro wants a useful sauewhohad a baffle with a man Lester heard MeCreary as he left sec Â¬ the shooting with Zeimauu and Z evening while the river was between them ond time tell Schilling to go to hell Qhrlstmas present for a ladyr friend said he heard MeCreary say to Schill Nvl-Jy Ka5y3ll Jkw il SeaJ and tilled the mans horse as It stood f Ziemann said that as MeCreary went ing as they came out the door that he There will be services at the EpIscopat should see the Dointtlcv Second St behind the man Ameriue married a ftut he used very didnt door want do be called harsh uiuikii uii x mjiivagiviM muuiiu ml 1030 opposite Court house tHenlvi keeps the uauguterof John Reed of the Red abusive language and put his names Zlecaan stated that he did not As the church is supplied with a furnace needles for all makes of Sewing House and aiater of Mrs H GBaxferlliaiHl Uelilud him Schilling struck at make that statement the services will not be held in the basc- - Iacriiie8 and the best of Machine of tola place Oil M V Barlow J B Willis Post- - J ment any longer 16novir MeCreary stepped back ilcCreary A Surprise An unknown Mend gave Rev W Y Sheppanl a frurnrlse 011 lust Saturday EDNESDAY NOVEMBER rj 1SS7 Mr Sheppard went down to the EpisÂ¬ copal church and found 11 stranger at will be doted lo mnrrow Ilie Banks work He asuwl the workman what llg tc selling at 5 cents In the tllUt he wvj doing and was toM he was putting In a furnace lucil market and when asked who gave him ordeiM The Climax from now until Jauu to do the work replied lie was sent ary HI 1SS9 S160 by a Cincinnati Iioumj and told to put to morrow That is go a furnace in the Episcopal church Give tliauks at Richmond and that was all he to church ami then eat a turkey knew about it Mr Sheppard was Mwi Eva Pnelus enteriaiua to night greatly gratified and the whole congre Â¬ at the home of her ptireuts Mr and gation extend unbounded hanks to the unknown Mrs Marcus A Phelps THE CLIMAX AT COST I am going to quit Goods business SELLING OUT AT COST 15000 Dollars Worth of- the Dry Dry Goods will open up a Clothing Shoes Hats AT THE- OF c AT COST I am going to quit the Dry Cfll 111 House UOE Goods business will open up a F- - C KAYS Mi House IWDER Absolutely Pure to quit the Dry Goods business and intend to open out in the spring a first class CLOTHING HOUSE with the largest stock ever in Richmond there- Â¬ fore all goods must be sold no matter what they cost Imean business and intend to sell every article I have in the house I have too many articles to quote prices on but note the following I am going EOT Babies Shoes A SHOE ALL AT COST 25c 5 m Sca 1 7c 6c Childrens Shoes Ladies Heavy Shoes Ladies Kid Shoes Ladie Kid fine quality Mens 75c M0 lean 73 Broans K 1 Mens Shoes Button Men s Shoes Lace Mens Shoes Congre Mens Boots Mens Boots I est quality Boys Boots and 15 150 t75 73c RUBBERS AND ARCTICS AT COST OF CLOTHING now ofi hand Cost to close it out I MENS AND BOYS CAPS A GOOD FUR HAT FOU FIFTY CENTS ALMOST GIVEN AWAY at and below S125 -- I will also sell my STOCK Mens Jeans Pants Boys Pants Mens Suits Boys Suits Â¬ Â¬ 75c A nice pair Woolen Pants 50c Childrens Suits knee pants H 1 100 50c 200- - Mens Overcoats gQQ A nice All wool Yest 125 A nice All wool Coat Come early and get your Goods at Cost and save paying other merchants a profit Take the opportunity while you have it and buy your Goods At and Below Cost of F C HAYS F B CROOKE Â¬ lt osfc f j- - ut 1 o TN JW I am simply over stocked and must reduce same -- SO NOTE THE PRICE w 3Dry Goods battIe--equipp- ed - Einest Embossed Gold Paper worth reduced to 50 cents Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents 15 cents Notions Ladies Uderwear Gloves THEY KEEP EVERYTHING HID DESIRABLE Neat Papers worth 10 cents reduced to -- Everything at REDUCED FRIGES Â¬ REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at cents per Bolt and on at cents per Bolt early in order to get choice are bound to go quick at prices tions as named THAT IS NEW Ilff GEO M WILLGING THE DRY GOODS LINE 4Ui Â¬ Krsf they sell at the same prices you have to pay for the same Goods a MAGAZINE 1 I its readers literature 5f lasting It a Illustrated and has already est 322S3SS9MJ IS ANY EASTERN MAEKET Son ask 125000 Messrs You cannot buy in New York or Philadel- Â¬ phia the Goods they handle at lower prices than Crooke S3g HEBSHmaaBMrtMaM Jons the THE Cloaks and Jackets in Large GO AND SEE THEM with the ONE YEAR 4oo Variety KLS8E3SSanfl Â¬ fonyrvL J5ws XfriltSkoWstlvro HOLDING A I Dj per LOCAL DIRECTORY TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT HORSE Xahock ovjdently being ontiroly at the I Bow the Arence Small Dor Wilt Per form This lleuuit Duty jue ouior aay v line urcen ono -- or Sioux Palls1 small boys was loftbyhia father to hold his horse which was at- Â¬ tached to a carriage in front of the Green family residence for a few minutes If you have never watched a small boy hold a horse you havo missed a good deal Willie began by taking the strap id both hands planting himself firmly in front of the animal and gazing ino his face with a determined defiant look He was somewhat surprised that tin horse remained perfectly still and evidently had no intention of making the violent plunges for freedom which he had oxpeeted Just then another boy came along Hello Skinny said Willie Hello BiM replied Skinny Tra heWin this horse Think I cant see riothin ybet he cant get away while I get bolt ef bin oither Dees he bite Nawl Kick Nope Only once he did kiek kicked pa throsgk the bam door Bat I guess pa didnt hnow bow to handle him He never kicked tt me Yoa orter see my dad WtTQ Rot handle a nee Oh craekv Bet your dad dont knew halfs saeen bout a horse as mine This horse ud kick the dayÂ¬ lights ent o yonr dad in lessn a see WmWat cUlter u I airnvtwctuWivodollars Is not In Brerjr Case the man who lodge directory week hassonichnw gotiloidoah into Necomltyor Old Ago J TI water for JI wittit vuuob his head dhudewnriliexpectt him to TJtia desire for a long life seems to bo pnro as can be obtained MASONIC UjGeorsm portion of it dress his wifoops ifIia air o I a bank Â¬ JL naturalists once madesotno inter- Â¬ Tho bones of p well bred high a part of tho instinct of humanity Richmond Lodire No js meet and fitsi MV ves of men who cant ers pn esting oxprinieuK one of which was fedfog are said toWproicnt only onc Sometimes it does jiot socm to be at alf keep up wld dir house rent am can and 4th Tuesday in cum month W M modified by the prospect of continuous J 8PEED SMITH the application of lho tolcpliono to twentiethjof itsgross weight tcrin up an down wid sealskin B J New lon secretary do a torpedo to see if tha shocte sravo an Every time it rains the dusting and sevcro stiff ring Bit in the In- Â¬ sacques an six dollar shoe Wives audible stftiud Sireir proved obetliB places of tho hens are hardened It is sire of a long life wo surely should of men who h tve to dodge do butcher Richmond R A Chapter No i6 case a short low croak accompajiy- - a good plan to spado up the soil where clude the desire for a healthy life Tho an grocer an tnilr am now selectin meets vd Tuesday in each month question of how to livo in a physical injr moderate excitement tboiiis 4he hons are In tho habit of dustinc fall carpos an orderin thirty dollar WF FRANCIS II P charge lasting about ojio fiftbcnth of a so ins to niroride them with Cncdfy sense therefore becara3 a subiuctfor Â¬ lambrequin D P ARMER lecreUry Wives of men who careful study it is all tho more imi seoiind When tho Jish was greatly I dirt Troy Times fifty dollars at de bank portant bcctti3e the conditions change cojildnt raise cUs am RICHMOND COMJ4ASfDERY NO 10 excited tho croak becarfie a groan Tho improvident farmer is often mshin to balls to Save tier ni Regular meeting fist Tuesday in each sounding it was said like the ono who frets crowdt and is in ter with the chaugo of ago It will iiot do an parlies an having deir expensive tonality of mi and occupying four or riblo earnest throughout tho entire to apply the mol hod t of infancy or of dresses discribe I fur do benefit of de month Visiting Sir Knights arepourte outlv invited to attend five seconds Whan the attention of yoarGut a large fraction of his profits early life to middle life and old age J SPEED SMITH Tho great inclination of youth is to public scion ti Re men in England wns first go to waste uirougn misuireciou en Dj so called society of do aigo am Emaceni Commandcn exercise Tbe free uso of lho body up rcalled to trie torelo fhh-DWalsh 1 ergy Bural AeurTorker to tho extent of Its powers is not only composed of false hair falso pretenses D P Armer Recorder R S amused himself and scientific F dcbt di ilgingTan baso deccpshnn Our Hogs are excellent gleaners of London with one of these fishes hit or a wheat fields We have never observ- Â¬ tho means of acquiring more power but of retaining what we have So we rich pooplo am dis iugulihed by deir Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville series of experiments at the lie do R c ed any ill effects upon the animals if Do plain dres an quiet manners meets Saturday evening before the full The performances took the form of there is plenty of clover and water as are to insist upon it that all through snides an dudes an1 dodos do all de moon in every month life piscatorial seances and Jtbecame the j well as soino wiicat in the field the growing period ofThcro is tho swaggerin rush on all do colors an T E SHANKS W M no of activity prevails M Smith Secretary do rajre to take a lisn shook Yonurou3 Sheep on I he other hand we should law tends to pro- Â¬ monopolize de biggest sheer of substitute for it This medieinal virtue was afgribed to it bardly care to trust on the stubble Dj mm who lives long tho period of growth Some have street Yon wait and the demand for torped003 brought sr22rTO-7fetfrtMfcan Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston contended that the longer this period fur anoder ten yars will har sunthin a nen Harvest to the ushermen luoir S ore beets carrots parsnips and can be made the more likely is long drap an artor do drap takes place do meets Saturday eening beiore the full use in medicine however was not turnipsfu bins in tho collar andpack Animals that live thousands of idiots who now feel moon in every month BOEN WM new as Discorides tlte physician of them in dry sand or earth and they liferto be secured JAMES M long arc generally slowest in reaching ashamed to admit dat dcy doan keep Antony and Cleopatra is said to nave will keep well for winter use This their J C Witt Secretary but two servant gahr in do house will fullest perfection Food at the made use of lhn mnlliAil will nnaltln tlin format tfncn early periods needs to have special go back lo deir cook stoves an wash Waco Lodge No 33S at Waco meets ifl do thorn at any time which will not be to construction Hence it is tubs an take deir proper places 4th Saturday in every month torpedo upon a wet towel from the case if they arc stored in mounds reference living Detroit Free Press D G MARTIN W M that milk and eggs and all the various purccshun a plate he suspended two pieces of in the opon air Troy Times W T Fielder Secretary foods are relished in quantities In FASHIONS FANCIES brass wire by means of a silken cord Forty years ago whilo a boy on childhood the healthy appetito ac- Â¬ which served to insulate them Around the farm some tamarack posts were John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at Some New Things Especially Designed Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every cepts all of the various forms of food the torpedo were eight persons stand Â¬ set I find that posts cut when the the Last Days of Summer for There is growtli energy and much month JOHN HILL W M Ono tree could be easily peeled lasted much ing on insulating substancos For the time being out door dresses constructive force and so all of the John G Taylor Secretary Â¬ end of the brass wire was supported longer thau those cut at other seasons in lawn percale and otlior thin sea on by the wet towel the other end boing of growth Posts that were piled up food elements are neeled Later Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox the person if wise comes to study sonable textures seem to be mado up placed in a basin full of water The in an open square for a year had their food meets 3rd Saturday in every month and exercise with reference to the for tbe most part in simultation of the townSAXTFORD OLDHAM W M first persoH had a finger of one hand durability still further increased This tailor cut carmenls The trimmings kind of exertion that is to bo put forth Â¬ in the basin and a finger of the other kind of wood has been known to last AVoaW tee Jacob II Shearer Secretary The in door life even if it be one of of these dresses are generally flat ex hold that boss hand in a second ban also full of three thousand years in a dry place Say why dont you lho cept on the front of tho corsage which toil must not be dealt with as is Berea Lodge No 617 at Beiet meets Â¬ water The second person placed a Farm and Hmic if yertryin to out door lf t Saturday Wm M ADAMS AV M Sedentary call ings must are usually more elaborate and prom- Â¬ finger of one hand in this second basin Aint I bustle however is ex J C Davis Secretary The draft horso interest is increas- Â¬ have some relief by x rcise in the open inent Tho Kaw y aint A baby oesW hold a awl a finger of tiie other in a third ing all over the country Importations air if the same food supply is used tensive in fact too much so to bo basin Tbe third person did the same I00F bees when be want deta nothin arc increasing beyond alUprecedent Ndw is the time to study the tendency within the confines of artistic taste Bety dasnt tickle his forard legs and so on until a complete chain was notwithstanding the higher prices all of the system If it is to leanness on Somo exquisitely beautiful tints are Madison Lodge No 4 I O O F established between the eight persons over Europe for draft horses good ihe one hand or plethora on the other now offered in soft woolens Notably meets every Monday night at Odd Felloes with a straw Hallon Main Street and niite basins Into the ninth basin Bet I dast Tho the fact shonl I govern tho diet There the most delicate browns with chequer-Â¬ M B ARBUCKLE N G the end of the second brass wire was enough for the American trade Ceward demand hero calls for more horses are some senses in which the adage is ing stripes of greenish hues navy LJ Frazee Secretary ptangtMl while Dr Walsh applied the There I done it and to supply all our importations are true that a man is either a fool or his bluo with pink not merely in the two Then Willie reached t and again other end to the back of the torpedo increasing and many now importers own doctor at forty By this time he colors but in various shaded of those Boone Encampment No 40 meets eery oarefeUy moved a straw tip and down thus ostablisiiiiig a complete conduclod have entered the fiold this year Cin- Â¬ has come to appreciate somo laws of colors Mastic Is very fashionable first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows the horses legs looking Hp occasion Â¬ otrele his own constitution and to havo some striped and chequered with fifty tones Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky Times W L FARLEY C P At the moment when the experi Â¬ cinnati ally and noting with pleasure that the If of the same color is now used togonerato experience as to his tendencies Petroleum L J Frazee Scribe As to the spotted fabrics there is an horse was beginning to move his ears menter touched tlte torpedo the eight steam in boilers used to run steam under good self control ho will heed actors in tlte experiment felt a sudden all and aet uneasy these lessons Not unlikely he will endless variety of tlum with Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No -- hock similar in all respects to that threshing machines The danger from need to consult now and then the stu- Â¬ over tiny embroidered spoTB on a Wbea Capn said Willie I lie use of wood and coal in 3 meets second Thursday in each month edSnntunicated by the shock of a Ley spaiks iu Yen wanter jerk him when he acts does it to ob-Â¬ plain or chequered ground or the at Odd Fellows Hall of Jen jar only less intense The torpc the vicinity of great quantities of com- Â¬ dent his disease but he R A BARLOW Captain that way explained Skinny opinion on the basis of his spots are grouped to form patterns bustible matter is very great Tho tain 1 L J Frazee Clerk Willie accordingly jerked the strap do was then place upon an insulated petroleum fires give forth no sparks own experience Ho takes him into and are frequently in as many as three Â¬ and continued to tickle him with the iipporter and communicated to twen and will therefore muchrcduro the consultation over his life in order that colors KNIGHTS OP HONOR ty persons similarly placed from forty Evening toilets composod almost straw to get him accustomed to it to hazard of birn buming at threshing he may bo helped In deductions there- Â¬ Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets fifty shocks in a minute and a half Then Skinny came closer and began The law of pliability or adjust- Â¬ exclusively of ribbons are also among everly Fridai evening in Odd Fellows Chicago Journal of Commerce from time Â¬ exceed- Â¬ Hall at 7 oclock punching him in the ribs with his fin- Â¬ Each effort made by the fish was acThe successful horae breeder will ment must bj studied and practiced by the newest things out and aro companied by a depression of the eyes W B BENNY Dictator ingly pretty and dainty himself ger The horse shook his bead not rely or any uncertain resources James Tevis Reporter Particular liking is apparent toward Whoa yon obi fool Most of those who die between commanded which were slightly projecting in their for his supplies for his valuable stock natural state and seemed to be drawn twenty five and sixty unless thoy die marquiso lace which is in special Scinay youll find I aint no boy within their orlife while tho other IKsgrass will not often fun too low favor just now Its designs are de-Â¬ CHUKCH DIRECTORY Take that sakl Willie as he gave parts of the bod- - remainod immova Â¬ his hay will be in ample supply grains by accident die by somtrindiscretion cidedly pleasing and novel Lace and is the over indulgence of appetite the strap another jerk to show that be ble of various kinds oats mainly bran It If only one of the two organs or the neglect of food wlion needed or jet are favored decorations for black was no bey ekher were tourhed in place of a strong and oil meaL elc His grovos for shade BAPTIST Say Bill hes used ter yer tickhV sudden shock only a slight sensation open sheds hay sheds well filled his the overstrain of business or exposure silk Bias velvets aro now selected in Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday bis fere legs try it on his hind was experienced ample barns with roomy stalls light to changes of temperature without a numbness rather preference to satin being quite as and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru changes of clothing Tiie same result fol- Â¬ airy but warm am plo supply of roomy corresponding than a shock handsome and more durable upon the pard Most people of tlicso ages are con You box stalls will enable him to secure lowed with every experiment tried Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Coward the comfort of all his varied stock at scious of the error after it has been lower parts of tho skirts The Ssh was tried with n The tailor made dresses havo tunics Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson made or others are co scions of it for I aint ekiier there and Willie Cincinnati Times rdS wh1 no shock followed glass all seasons Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding them Without undue captiousness or overskirts of theso fabrics the un- Â¬ got back the length of the strap and or a red eovered with wax produced no J Pastor Eld A J Tribble we can note changed conditions and derskirt boing of the same but further Saturday in front ef the forward earriage e fleet touched with metallic wire MEAT FROM A STEER Pilot Knob snd Saturday and Sunday adapt ourselves thereto Multitudes figured with large stripes of different wheel and began the tickling opera Â¬ a violent shock followed A Boston tion on the legs indicated The horse physician in making experiments with Facts from Which Farmer atVelI iCttr die prematurely by reason of an indis- Â¬ colors and material down which runs Pastor T L Lawson leuple Cau Draw Irson Saturday Kirksville Brick Church cretion which might have been easily an embroidered flower spray in natural switched his tail and started up a poaerful fish was several times com- Â¬ The following will partly answor avoided It is intelligent caution that tints and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James Wboa yelled both the boys and pletely flowed and when at a distance several inquirios from readers as to Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday Irish poplin has already fulfilled Willie jerked on the strip and got his of twelve feet he struck a fUh with a what ts done with beef cattle after they saves sickness and this caution ought and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor baek against the wheel The horse gig tlte shock was so powerful that he reach Chicago markets how sold etc to I e in possession and exercise before what wags predicted for it and is again Rev middlo life It is so much oasicr to not only in much prominence this sea stepped bit acted uneasy about it could not release his hold Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and The cost pf sending cattle varies with provent serious sickness than it is to son but indications point to it enjoy- Â¬ That boss II get away from you Quite a number of electric fishes arc the locality and distance and each Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each secure Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night yet tell you what Bill the way to known of which the South American reader cau learn that at his own ship- Â¬ js that recovery from it Hence it ing a lengthy stay Skirts of white cloth serge or plqno Pastor Rev deficient in bald a boss is to tie a strap round yer grmnotH is undoubtedly the most ping point nis net receipts will be vigor so many that are the lifo outlive in vigorous are now kilted and box plaited golden Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd powerful wrist and then be cant get way It is said that they are what is left after paying freight yard- Â¬ and the early careless Necessity compels brown and white being accorded the Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday So the strap was securely tied caught by driving wild mustangs intp age and commistion The price varies them to study their changing condi- Â¬ prcfcrcncc Pastor Rev E H Burnam around Willies wrist Then Skinny the water the Ji li exhausting their greatly with the quality We proposo tions of health and so teaches tbem A sort of bluish gray tan helio- Â¬ Saturday Silver Creek toek the whip out ef the carriage and powers upon them often fatallv The in this talk to confine the figures to the benefits of adaptiveness to condi- Â¬ trope olive and new blue seem to be Pastor Rev B 1st Hunting and Sunday S steed on the sidewalk and began torpedoes are then captured by the na- Â¬ ono particular grail to follow them tions and circumstances the accepted colors in cashmeres Union 1st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ tives In all nine different species are through all varieties would be an end- Â¬ cracking K Of the colors in vogue for street cos- Â¬ day Pastor Rev John G Pond After middlo life it is always to be Â¬ known three of the curious electricians less job as tin prices run all tho way Keep a tioktin hts legs Bill di Â¬ tumes favoritism is shown Saturday and Sunday recognized that process of Viney Fork rected Skinny well get tWe obi fool belonging to the ray family One is a from 2 per 100 pounds live weight for tion has begun a The tissuesdegenera- heliotrope salmon pink tortoisetoward Pastor Rev J 4th James A olivo are less sH Hilfish another a catfish called in used te citement of 630 to 700 flexible a id les3 easily nourished gri--feTexans Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ Mouse green bronze and violet Theborae started Hp several times the Nile country of Egypt the thun- Â¬ pounds to 5 per 100 pounds for extra Organs have not the activity of youth colored basket cloth is also classed day Pastor Rev and came near dragging Willie with der fish and the third is the electric beeves and 510 to 540 for a few Some of then have become more or among the fresh arrivals to tho ward Â¬ Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ bint but gradually became accustomed tetraodot from Comoro The latter vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday premium cattle less impaired The snfety is in recog- Â¬ robe 11 te the boys and qHieted down some Â¬ gives only a faint tboek but strong We take a 1300 pound steer as an nizing the facts and treating them ac- Â¬ White foulards showing black in each month atM oclock A M and also 3 Sunday Pastor enough to probably form a protection example for which the buyer pays 4 7P what cordingly It is wondeiful how the figures lines or stripes are increasing Elder andCampbell on M from various animals Philadelphia CTeH yen what Skinny hes gettia cents per pound or 52 A fairly fat- Â¬ system often bears up under tho in favor and they certainly make stylÂ¬ Times tened animal of this grade will yield partial aisamuty oi an organ or a ish costumes They aro elaborately CATHOLIC Ceurse Beet thing in the wo rhl about 4per cent of tallow 52 pounds Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ part if there is adaptation to its weak Â¬ adorned with lace and ribbon which A Railroad Detectives Chat Pastor Rev Father days 10 A M Say ju know whats the and 5 per cent of hide 65 pounds ness and some compensation therefor add not a little to their effectiveness Tttatlfiryi The dressed carcass ranges from 55 to In a stale of inability each organ tends Linen suits trimmed with velvet Haley No man will dispute the fact that DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Nope are looked upon with more favor for tbe railroad business of the country 59 per cent according to tho condi to give to some other a helping hand Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding If the bold back straps should break has come down to cold facts The ro Â¬ tion say an average of 57 per cent or They will b j workrs for each other If traveling purposes seme time when hes goin down hHl mance that invested the old timors has 57 pounds of dressed carcass to each only we are co workers Tho enlarged Black lace toilets about which so Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden an the buggy run onto him he might departed and sobriety and energy 100 pounds of live weight This gives heart freed from excitements and much has been said continuo to main Â¬ 5th Sunday PastorEld J W Harding Â¬ Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Saturget seart an kill somebody have taken the places of drunkenness a dresed carcass weighing 741 pounds fatiguo Iasta a score of years The tain their superiority and are among day Pastor Elder Colier from the live weight of 1300 pounds weak stomach accepts the substituted the most elegant costumes seen on our Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding What you goin to do Why in the old and dare devilry We orter train him so be wont be times conductors on Texas runs used The 52 pounds of rough tallow at 5 digestion of tho rest of the digestive streets Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew 2 60 Tho 65 pounds of ract or tho putside digestion which scart when the straps do break For evening drives garden parties Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and to turn in ct1i fares aggregating cents equals Less do it from 75c to S2 when the trip was hide at 8 cents equals 520 The head chemistry offers Even old age tends or evening wear at the seaside pilot preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 All right yen take th stiek an worth in cold cash all the way from tongue and feet will bring 6090 to last The natural degeneration of cloths are materials which seem to bo A M Pastor Elder B C Hagerman conts sav 75 cents or for hide tallow tissues or vessols is too often hurried very fashionable Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and rattle it all round his hind legs an en S75 to 200 A regular association A decided penchant is also shown to- Â¬ Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor the vhiffletrees an everywhere an Til operated on all the trunk linos and at etc 900 Suppose thebutcher fakes forward by spells of undue exertion Etand with the whip an if he tries to junetion points the brakeman of one this amount for killing dressing tak- Â¬ or by too constant repose while good ward lace flounces which now adorn Elder L H Reynolds Richmond Services every Sunday needed moro and frequently tbe fronts of skirts ruu Til hit him a couple o cracks train would uublushingly lend a crowd ing caro of and selling tho carcass food Prayer and his profits Tho carcass would than in middlo life there is often er- Â¬ Many of tho now laces shown aro Sunday school at 930 A hi thatll make him glad to stop Â¬ of travelers to tbe conductor of anothcost the jrcjailing Iratcher 41 jot J ror in the over use of concentrated wrought in fashionable colors upon a meeting Wednesday evenings Skinny handed him a piece of board er road and after telling him they Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ foods There must be adaptation to cream or pure whitti foundation four or five feet long and was picking were straight lie would return and cents per pound Hardly two butchers would cut up a our more retired arid quiet life It is Parasols of lace are used more for day Pastor up the whip again when he noticed a divide their part of the through rate White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor al Â¬ difficulty In this way overyC thing went ona carcass in exactly the same way but thus that feebleness is not always the the drive than tbe promenade age 1 Chicago J necessjtyof Tho equable life though not nnfrcquently seen upon tho Elder L H Ro nolds Say EilU you caHt handle that mileage basis eaeh road kept is own an avetavge from several EPISCOPAL fares and there was no expensive pro butchers gives about the f6iloufnjpcr j maKes me oia person a comiort to latter Frilled nettings and beaded board right with one hand Richmond Protestant Services every No vou tie tbe strap to your rata adjustments at the ond of the ccntages for the divisions of the car-Â¬ himself and an example of healthful laces with gilded ribs and satin and prudence to his frlcntls N T Inde Â¬ silk parasols striped vertically are Sunday morning and evening and on month Spotting checks on the cass Porter house steak 4 per cent band Pastor Rev W Y Friday evening among the caprices of the moment sirloin steak 15 per cent round pendent I know a better wayn that tie it linen diagrams and berth checks havo pVr ceutl - chuck steak 18 per A new silk glove for summer wear is Sheppard round your neok then lean have both killed nearly all crooked work on the steak 23 THE LIMEKILN CLUB long enough to go over the sleeve and METHODIST bands to swins the whip if be should sleeping car systems but tho most efÂ¬ cent rib roast 10 per cent coarse meat various 29 per cent Apply Brother Gardner TeUs About the I 8o- - so trimmed with bows as to appear as fective remedy was adopted by the College Hill Centenary M E 1st Etart if fastened by them Mitts are not in Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ Called Society of the Ag e two great companies They have so these figures to tho 741 pounds of Yes thats business dressed carcass from the- LS00 pounds It was two minutes after the tri Â¬ much request and while they are yet ing and night Prayer meeting every alCourse trainin this hoss is soiu many men ready for service that they can change tlte runs often enough to steer andfakilSg pref enl arerago angle sounded before the smoke In fashionable they are unquestionably ternate Wednesday night Sunday school save somebodys life to prevent doubtful conductois or porters charges of retail butchers wo have Paradise Hall would permit the mem-Â¬ being neglected this season K J every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F The end of the strap was tied around from Grider omitting fractions bers to see each other When it had Herald learning their run well Willies neck with a knot that would get ahead of the company enough to Lin M E South snd Sun- Â¬ College Hill at last thinned out Brother Gardner Ferlb Total Si Louis Then he got up close and Hobe DemacraL day morning and night Praj er meeting slip easily NEW FAD FOR WOMEN 33 Porter Hon6 Steak 1V4 per saidi every alternate Wednesday night Sun- Â¬ percent began to pound the horses legs with at 18 0 Nicodomus Pembroke Scott a local The Olit Vashtoned Reticule of Our day school every Sunday morning Pas- Â¬ 111 Sirloin Steak 15 per cent at IS e 17 76 the board and make a great noise with 170 Round Steak 23 per Independent Young Women tor Rev D P Ware Grandmothers Ouce More la Fashion cenfatl2Hec 21jai member of dis lodge has crossed Into it on the thills of the carriage and 78 Rib Roast 19i4 percentat 1 10 92 Canady and will not reappear among Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples It is understood that opera glass Skinny stood on the sidewalk and Did girs get from childhood the 138 CbueV Steak t8perBcntat 9 er nvr us fur delas three months I have bags and the dainty little plush pock- Â¬ Providence stand 3d Sunday morn- Â¬ at S c 10 04 The terse couldnt same busiRoss training as boys and 1M Rough Meat averaging whoa yelled S3 3 per cent bin expectin some Ich climax an ets for handkerchiefs that our belles ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson shrinkage and stand it any longer and started were it clearly understood in all fami- Â¬ loss 00 dis rnawnin Richmond when a messenger in- Â¬ have for the past year been wont to South Sunday school couple o cracks The that lies that it is not a credit but a dis- Â¬ formed me dat he had disappeared carry about with them are to bo super- Â¬ 930 T J Scott Superintendent Sen ices I 78 43 him with the credit for woman 1 1 be idle to hang Coat of carcass gave Skinny ii at 4th at above i tol artcrfallinin an attempt to shoot bis- - seded this season by the regular old- - every 2nd and every Sunday mornings P M and 1 Sunday- night whip caused him to put in a helpless on the men instead of doing self wid an ole boss pistoL I war not fashioned reticules that our grand-Â¬ M A Pastor Rev I A Henderson at 7 Retail butchers remuneraUon few extra jumps Willie was still hold- Â¬ their own work and if necossarv He loaves a wife an mothers use 1 to delight in And in- Â¬ and profit CT43 a bit surprised ing on by his neck a good safe way J earning tKeJr own livipg I belfevc so PRESBYTERIAN If ihe retail buichex docsjilajpwn -twochiU en an about fifty creditors deed this fashion will certainly prove to hold a horse but tiresome Willies ciety woutu ue not me worse out me What sent him off Do same rea a charming one in many ways A Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5 father came out and yelled for some hotter for the change Men would killing FerceetveawhaTeverJaajlItlon bodvtestop the horse His mother find out that the more they elevate i puuiicic u4u uuc9 auoweajor fsons dat am dally workln to brine fashionable woman nowadays is Sundays Chapel de sarpcreaSons1 obliged to take so many indispensable Formans 4th Sunday rZJ about anodderpanic The womenthe greater ue they get out of tills work The nrlees also appoared and screamed Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor aat cxpi am do hundred b bizneis articles about with her that it is abso- Â¬ -ii w lv-irZDhorse went about half a block when a them If instead of a man working RevWm Crow failures do zame reasons dat tija man who was driving an express himself to deitli fjr his unmarried Chicago It suburban Towns where crlppllu df efforts of thousand of lutely necessary to have some con- Â¬ every Sun- Â¬ Richmond South venient receptacle In which to stow day Prayer meeting Services them ig-- there is much corapetit5anthe porter- - hard wofBrijnca to Wednesday nights wagoji got off and stopped him Willie daughters andrtlien leaving secure homes of thrm so that they shall bo near at tti was released very black in tbe face nonunions y dependent upon male re house steak is sold the Kjrmn Richmond North Services 11 A M sirloipat J6 centi Meat 1s eold toaf dejr own--- f amity extravagance Np band Ordinary dress pockets are bo and 3 P M Pastor Skinny was disappearing around the latons he educated them to inde you cant call It extravagance Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ corner at about the same rate the horse pendence made them abc both to high to tlij consumer whdiowT pars foolerv iirrt a hattnr nnnm fn tt Up 1 cominsr almost obsolete nrincinallr maintain and protect themsclvos it almosfas much as whennhe producer lo ayar ago Bruddcr Scott was job-- because modistes will persist in put days started off - Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A ting them in such What in the world wore you trying would savo him and Jhomawprld of was gettinz 5515 pcrTicad more Jltrr firnttn1 mrwt iumiii 4P M They would cease to be man noworanjcatiieineretatl Ben he cot a sltuashunhuviiu a uht places that it is Impossible to gain ac Â¬ M and Rev L H Sunday school D3 P M anhappiness do said Willies father to dt- - whlr h ha cess Blanton D to them Who has not Pastor very hopoloss butchery hiyOj a very dim vision whoa Jitmed fifteen dollars fer d in nothin but aither the tivals a II ijeek He seen somo woman unfortunate ueuiiutj in ca jes boldin him an the old fool begun rivalry er the playthings first and fuu impw- tpu Virulelhatdoes-workjbotlrwavst- - Ifie was poo- oil in Ob house an had debts in the MADISON COUNTY DIRECTORY markets but it is not hansrtn obex him lint 1mt then Uie slaves of men and become to run away - assembly a rodst of a crowded i theater or a street car co CIRCUIT COURT fchHCto geteben How was it Itn- What did you havo the strap tied as was originally intended Jhoir In rcspbnsAo our protest against provear in Jess dan ono month bls for instance riso from her seat and mates equal sml yet different oach Judge J R Morton around your neck for perform all sorts of acrobatic contor Â¬ Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons It it got so heavy I got tired hold sax supplying the others defioiencios lho high ralesv some bjitchers clairn wife was rigged out wid a twenty-dolltions In the vain- - attempt to find her ice ton dress twelve shllUa kids a five In it an tied it round my neok to rest and tberefer fitted to work together that their rent In- - delivery wagons Lho world and then trimming in meal dollar hat and an opera laa He had pocket and extricate therefrom her Master Commissioner J R Burnam not apart for the good of Dakota BelL mv arms or smellta bottln Clerk W H Miller spoiled on their hancbv in bad ac no peace ob mm ohlcss he obeyed 1 handkerchief Ferum THE TORPEDO FISH leave them a very small her In six weeks the became too Every body will surely welcome our countsTetc COMMON PLEAS COURT as a EIL Yresoly of Penla Iafwas margin H6w then dfd they live when high toned to wash an Iron fur oder grandmothers reticules must pleasing Judge T J Scott Boine Xntereitln- - Experiments with This change Of course possess JLidmated Electrlo Battery riding across the country tho other paying S5315 more per carcass folkscs In two months she wanted a aa many reticules as ono Master Commissioner S E Scott gowns satin Clerk W H Miller The electric apparatus of the torpedo day unarmeJ when ue came upon a ihe losses are but trilling Most of j better house wid a red parlr carpet silkones to match evening toilets and and TIMS OF HOLDING COMMON fish is its defense and is certainty a big WacK near up was- - Diumajip Uthcmtweiffh lho 8 eaks before trim- - J an1 caue seai aI aroun ilo others of more sober cast PLEAS COURT In hree- - months she had to purposes They may be for shopping good one Its electric organs have have it and so started to drive it beÂ¬ mings off corners extra tallow androom in January ornamented in First Monday Monday in 1st Monday June and 3rd been compared to tbe voltaic pile and fore him until he couldgct a gun and bone ant even utilizo soma of this have a black ilk dress gold bracelets J vfiih lace and flower or fur or feathers October consist of two serios of layers of hex Â¬ d5if4 for three unites While passing waste M it In danger of spoiling TIMB OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT and thoy may contain any thing from hog Â¬ goes Into the corning tub Readers In ber tecL agonal colls the intervening spaces a house the bear went into the a batiste handkerchief to the Third Monday in March and Septera- Dat foolery has roapod its harvest design In enamel bonbon boxeslatest between tho plates being filled with a pen to rest and the Roman of tho who dopend upon the butcher can At jelly like substance so that house came out with an nxc and with tho abovo figures as a general De husband found dat he was runnln trembling any rate every woman of tasto will TIME OF HOLDING QUARTERLY AND each coll oan be compared to a Leydon butcher knife to slay tiie bear but Mr guide demand a fair rato on what behind Ids home was belli neglected admit that from an esthetic COUNTY COURT Farmers can learn bis wife was bcin gossiped about an view any kind of reticule evenpoint of they purchase Each torpedo carries about four Vinson told her that it was dangerous jar one of Quarterly fourth Monday in hundred and eighty of those battories to go near him so slje returned to the from them the advantago of doing In despair he has picked np his feet tho plainest pattern will bo preferÂ¬ January AprilCoutf and the 2nd Monday July power to house After the bear had rested he their own killing A few jueighbors an slid out It was de natural result J able to those monstrosities In loather in October the whole being equal in Tn Hell you my frens de tomfoolery County Court of Claims and Monday called shopping bags and which are about fifteen Leyden jars making started on again only going about uniting making a careassrkilled fiirn bjTone bftlheir own number can de women of dl kentry am strainra S R00 snnare inches charged to Uie half a mile further when Mr Vinson to be placed in tho lanw category aa J r County Court first Monday in each effect r u BiiIU ijiUM 6 on doxhalklinot5U de cord cant ulsters and rubber cloaks biirbcst decree Tho upper side of the vas Y Farm JhstiatTOchm6rian it amhighllnie Uvil im6 Express positive the lower negative tho I shot and killed the bear 5 - jju torpedo Is lout Wifli frequency ialong voiJoaiij aiuui -- B til FACTS FOR Tltord nro f lrJMsof cattleibo as horsds should 3 Jfc FARMERS 1 fl HOW TO Vijr ceblene LIVE LONG dat fiomebody sots hs Jfoot down First Saturday in every month COUNTY OFFICERS i County Judge J C Chenault County Clerk Thomas Thorpe County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B De uherage Jjiiur George V Maupin Coroner Alexander Norris burejor B F Crooke Assessor John W McPherson ijupt Public Schools Mrs Amanda Million CIT OFFICERS ilia fjllt-- -- E B WALLACE CONTRACTOR Is prepared to do all kinls of BUILDER ad AND WORK City City City Cit Judge II C Rice Attorney A J Reed Collector R A Barlow Clerk Win G White BUILDING COTl 1 AT TIIE MOST J CITY POLICE D Feeney and J A Mershon CITY COUNCIL Reasonable Rates J D Mitchell Mavor First Ward J Stone Walker Second Ward G W Evans Third Ward Owen McKee Fourth Ward J W Cnperton -- justices of thepkaceconstablesand r laces and times of holding COURT MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND NOVEMBER 1 and in the best manner II thoroughly educated Carpent r anu minder ana tiiose con tempi r injr buildine will do well to spc an estimate from him Office at his residence on HalLe Irvine Street July22 tf D -- Lyman Parrish Constable Foxtown District No 2 G B Million at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th Saturday J S Chenault Constable Union District No 3 Albertis Parks at Union City 1st Saturday John A Turpin at Doj lesville 2nd Saturday R N Lanter Constable Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton at Waco 2nd Saturday John W Mooresat Waco 3rd Saturday Charles Oldham Constable Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at Kingston 4th Saturday Leeland D Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday George Young Constable Glade District No 6 James M Wood at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal- Â¬ loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday R G Ballard Constable Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M Fowler Constable Poosey District No 8 T N Hendren at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Win A nanaier at Reagan s Store 3rd Friday o u carpenter nonstable Million District No 9 J M Long at Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday James A Harvey Constable at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm Willis at Court House 1st Saturday Richmond District No D P Armer in I nKVrRR IN FINE- - Whiskies Brandies Wines Cigars June 22 tf c First Street RichmondKy fO fRi Mexican Mustang LB Sciatica Lumbago Epraias Straini Stitches StiffJoiats Backaciw CC XUV n2tf Fine orchard J L McMURTRY Buena Vista Garrard Co Ky ACRES for corn and oats numens Coir J BLUE GRASS ROD CO FOUSHEE MELTON CO Proprietors - Lexington Ky Market Street DEALERS IN CTJHES Scratches Baeanatism Bnnu Scalds Eix Ifjol Stings Bites Srm Braisis Bnaieas Coras Srs Gollf Syavia CracSu 16 Lightning Rods Iron Fencing Cresting etc etc JiOXE BUT TIIE BEST MATERIAL USED aoiplbw for eteryhadj i forlc OaeortheFtasuforttu the llttstan Ustawst ts fcwui THIS COOD OLD n applicability Eerjfcedrwp The Lumberman need tt li The Ilousewifo atrGt rt for f The CunalerBceteltforktsti The Mechauie Eeed H tim bench Tho and his stock jzsd ThellancerH a1ztt Out The Farmer BeetU It is bS - 3Ilncrae4Rteeeof ALL WORK GUARANTEED Estimntea furnished 12 011 application Agent tf JAS WILKERSOX d Pianos and Organs Steihway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie The fctocSt crowerneetls It t v thousands of dollars and a world of tri The Railroadman weds It and w long as his llf e U a roead of awllentsaa1 1 The Backwoodsinnn ivedslt Tbrr tng liko It as an aattdote f r the in-rlimb and comfort wUeh serroend im Tho itXercliaut needs It about his torea eJ his emplejees Asddeats win hi r these com the Xattan Llfitaen is wit Keep a Dottle In the IIiiHse TUt Tho Steamboat man or tbe Bjiiwih It la liberal rapi4 afloat and ashore The rjorse raneier weds It J S friend and sfest nllaaee pti t tcoenaj Keep a Battle la csetaeaseofaccMeBtMTeaiAtavKi ttseradsrr Ts m New England and other Pianos Chicago Cottage Organs PIAX0S AND OKUANS FOR RENT Rent applied as part payment Keep a Bottle Always la the -- m nae when wanted june22tf DOUGLAS Write For Prices and Terms 8 and 10 June 22 tf LUKE U MILWARD W Main St Lexington Ky FOUND AT THE 0 Wo M m GBOGERY OF HOUSE Â¬ DYKES ON JI la prepared to supply his customers with the best The Butcher North Second Street A full and complete stock of 1 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Croods Green and Dried Fruii Steaks Pork Sausage and Mutton AT THE LO WEST PRICES June22tf iw Zfi 3 SHOE The onlr S3 W L DOUGLAS s I a9 crfTLgwCMr -- t- mVtJII ay and plenty of every thing in my line This house is a Shoe In the worldiwltb i ant Ucks or nAlls Finest Calf perfect flt anawaxrsniea uwfress xairaa ana ice au styles toe As stylish O and durable as those XJ costing Hor Jillo all wear tna W 1 DUUUIiSU r 3 SEA3IXKSS JQ R3 a us wnrm l sf anoe X - - S ptSVitlM ras ti Strictly Business atetJarij-sP- 17 aI sd DOUULA3 S2M SHOE hi saa celled lor hesTT wear If not so By yonr daalar write W I DOUGLAS BrocXtoo KaU ar lyi -- For sale in Richrrond by Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIYE THIS HOTJSE JACK FREEMAN novjtf jhrs 0r go r i A Juue22jf TRIAL V 1 tals ijii OiL- if H Cieaptsti uammerciai uoiHgetKiNaTONicr Best Business mC Kswor ni oiKTUaiVtssin -- -- -- vi jim iuig nOtf Vuusl BaUnM UTuoininMl Tml Sutbwrr 0uwv lael4JTrtw WrMac aavrtOiaa K VaaaUca Warlas KismIUm 614 Iteial m r a Xs lor Sitttm r E wxwiii JMWMMB CaiSfTmUBait Collist1 Grdau 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