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Digital page images are linked to the text file. llfSN - If VOLUME Tl BUSHED I A2f A UTUMN IDYL The red and golden leaves now fall So much for old Jack Frost The farmer soon will cease to haul And balls of snow be tossed RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 1887 they do care how many such concerns are charteied by the Legislature At a small expense every natural gas company Masonic lodge academy and Â¬ I THE CLIMAX EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE UIC The Maiden CIDCT UAI tr Man on RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL Climax Feinting Co price teii teak 9150 Professional Cards AWilkes Smith D D j OFFICE above Second C MORGAN S Main street two doors juoe22 tf J D D S bon National Bauk jaTOFFICE Main street over Mndl Richmond Ky juie ZZ tf DR J M PHYSICIAN POYNTZ AND SURGEON street over Madi Â¬ OFFICE Sewnvd june22tf son County Drug Store G W EVANS M D SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN Ob MCE heeoiMl stieet over D P junr22tf Armes jewelry store DR T J TAYLOR Prariioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second btreetover Dykes june22t Unpir Sire DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Ntst Door to Luxons Up Stairs DR PHIL ROBERTS oil rs Ins urofcssHHial services to tlie Bennetts law oflice ui iairs over Hemdons drug store c mi rot Main and Second btreets jul27 ly RLlinind Ky Ollices ame aa DR U C AMBROSE r P32sicKYjaiT FOKD Boardsat Mr Ollice hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af lenioon jlneil tf J C L ickeyV M D Y T SEXSMITH PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON WHITE HALL KY CJi r- his professional services to the 7 r afg Jr DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY nil rs tl llillC his iwofrtSMMial services to Aug 17 ulif at Joe Gentry tf Hardin Y Bright A IU H D 1IIYSICIAX and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second btreet over Madi ton utility Drug Store I want it distinctly understood that I am lie only one in Richmond tliit un riirMmiil the thorough ue of the and Chemistry a applied to examinations or tissues and fluid i f Hie human body I only nnntioii My thi- - lor houet t pnitectlon villi be attached to each examina Â¬ SSmchly tion e PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting title to lands in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building S E Curner Main and Second Streets up tairs June 22 tf Attorney at Xiot RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE with C F A R Rur nam on First Street June 22 tt E T BURNAM Attorney at J A SULLIVAN RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE tin First street same as formerly occupied by Couuty Judge Miller oct6 ly Iaw Attorney at Ixaw RICHMOND Office on Second Street T J SCOTT KY June 22 tf C S Attorney at Zaw RICHMOND KYT POWELL Street Oflice on Second jme 22 if Wul practice in Madlon and adjoining counties and in the Court or ApiieaR Oflice in Master Commissioners cflire over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf Attorney at Law A J REED GRASS AND FIELD Largest and most complete stock in nral Kentucky Our motto Best Goods and Lou est consistent Prices and 79 W Maiu St Lexington dec 221yr SEEDS P CAimOTiL Ky REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE J SPEED SM1TK Asent Â¬ RICHMOND KY Pells rents or exchanges all kinds of Estate on reasonable terms and represents first class Fire mid Life In surance Companies Office iu J C LyterV Clothing Store Jun22 tf Do you want pure drugs wands of tobacco and cigars cau find tbem at J J Brooks Junej2 tf and the best You Ask your physician- - to leave your Prescription at Whites Drugstore It will le accurately compounded and sent to your house n9tf kindred enterprise from Dan to Beer slieba may be chartered by the but it will cost the people The trees are bare the nuts are brown courts thousands if the Legislature organizes And punVins fit for pie lUelf into a general chartering concern The apples lying on the ground We want a Legislature this winter at The gobbler soon must die Frankfort that will attend to the public The sportman gun is heard around busiuess Courier Journal The rabbit seen to run John L Sullivan fought three lively As if to say youre fools confound rounds with Jack Ashton at the West- Â¬ Cant hit me with your gun minister Aquarium Monday Five The hoes a thing of desuetude thousand people witnessed the exhibi Â¬ The ax instead is swung tions and were very enthusiastic of The farm hand seems in merry mood their reception of the American champ-Â¬ And gayest songs are sung ion many of them frequently calling upon Sullivan to right Smith Novembers sun is sinking low Jn Behind the western hill an interview Sullivan fnid that he The southern wind has ceased to blow will arrange articles to light Charley The cow bells rattle still Mitchell the meeting to take place live dnys after final settlement have And family unions soon will be been made He declared that he would And loved ones soon t ill come soon like all the bounce out of OW autumn bonny friend is free Mitchell The harvest now is home A crazy Chinaman named Le Wiliielm Shun was traveling on a Denver Richmond Ky Nor is 1SS7 Rio Grande traiu to San Francisco locked liimsejf iu a closet nud refused NEWS PARAGRAPHS to come out When he finally emerged President Cleveland has bought a he attempted to stab the brakemau season ticket to a riding school in who rushed away and secured a pistol Washington and will be ready next The celestial began running umuck and fall to ride the Republican party bare failing in his attempt to kuife a Mrs backed without a bridle Almond lie plunged the blade into the There has been a special meeting abdomen of George Hocktbridge of called of the National Turf Congress to Bunkerville III The brakemau fired three shots into the Chinaman who be held in Cincinnati December 14 fell to the Foor aud died shortly for the trausuctioo of imiortuul busi Â¬ Hocketbridge is in the hospital in Salt ness and admitting new members Lake aud will die Atlanta voted whiskey back again An after a very exciting contest by for amusing point came up Tuesday decision by Judge Field in the case 1000 majority Now whiskey will of Leonard Kist agaiust U B Patter be sold as whi ky not as a nerve sou The plaiutiU wanted damages tonic and lager beer will be sold as for an oveillow from the defendants lager beer not as rice beer gutter Iu the course of its delibera Â¬ Ettlka Gerster has announced tlmt tions it was thought necessary bv the her proposed concert tour throughout jury that it should iait the premises the United States has been abandoned and bee how the land lay The jury owing to the breaking down of her exerimeuled as to the overflow by voice Mr Abbey says tlmt her Hiuriug a keg of water into tne gutter trouble is nervousness and hopes that and one of the contestants objected and rest will restore her voice a ketl a new trial Judge Field grant Â¬ ed the motion on the ground Mint the Frank Floyd the oldest and shrewd- Â¬ jury had only to take the evidence as est shiner of Adair county was caught on FriJiiy by Deputy John Bash who it came to hand aud not to manufac- Â¬ was making other raids in the county ture it Covington Commonwealth The entire nos e searched fur Flm ii A peculiar accident occurred to a foreoma time but finally left Bash to passenger tralu at Milfor I The tire search further for him Floyd was on one of the driving wheels burst and captured after a long chase and landed one piece shattered several sections of iu jail at Lebanon and given an ex a fence Another piece whizzed past amination He will be sent to Frank the firetnaus head entered the bag Â¬ gage car pasi ed through it and the fort for trial Ninety five cigar factories have shut emokiug car flew through the first passenger coach without dolug an down at Havauna owing to the de Â¬ injury to the passengers or crew The mand ofcigar makirs for an increase in wages A committee appointed by train was running at the rate ot forty miles nu hour at that time and the the manufacturers have issued a circu- Â¬ fly ing piece of tire had the velocity of lar inviting the operatives to name a a cuuuou bttll It sounded like a shell committee with a view of conciliating all interests involved About tuelve scream as it flew through the coaches thousand men are thrown out ol em- Â¬ The damage to the cars is about 300 ployment by the shut down No dis Philadelphia Press A Washington special to the daily turlmuces are feared papers Friday said that Commissioner In the Circuit Court at New Albany Miller had ordered the removal ot J Monday when the cases of embezzle P Kandifer or Lancaster Deputy Col Â¬ ment were called agaitiht William lector the charge being that Mr San Murphy uud Richard Stephens for difer as uolaiy public certified to the taking funds collected by them as appearance before him personally solicitors of the Metropolitan Manufac- Â¬ of A O Burnside when In fact it was turing Company a plea of insanity R A Burnside Mr Saudifer explains was entered in both cases One of the the matter in an interview stating defendants had been an inmate of the that about a ear ago A O Insane liSo pital and it is said the other went to Texasj temporarily Burnside anil gave is insane The outcome of these cases a power of attorney to his brother to will be watched with interest act iu his stead during his absence R The Anarchists of Chicago have pre- Â¬ A Burnside his brother has acted for pared a rabid circular for distribution him and the papers have all been among the workiiigmeu It is made out iu the name of the absent brother headed with the single word Fight The circular denounces the Anarchists The people of Eastern Kentucky trial and execution and declares noth Â¬ have a great country and a great work ing but force will win It urges prep Â¬ to do It Is childish In any one to say aration for the revolution we will go backward Who- Â¬ that Not ever juins us savs the circular We must must another backward step take all consequences upon himself fight lor deliverances from ignorance aud must be ready to sacrifice every- Â¬ aud vice Railroads will bring schools thing for the cause even sohultl it be churches and newspapers the educa- Â¬ his life tion of the people the supremacy of law and order and financial success Mr Bernard public prosecutor lias will follow as naturally as the night decided that live persons are to be tried follows Iheday When we shall have for culpable negligence leading to the or the Opera Comioue by witnessed the development of this destruction lire and the loss of many lives The terra incognita and the consequent contentment and happiprUoners will include the Directors of refinement ness of its people how proudly we can the theater aud two members of the These are our moments Fire Brigade The latter are being exclaim our trophies our triumphs Three prosecuted because when within a me- Â¬ Forks Enterprise ter and a half of the precise spot where An observer down South says an the fire broke out they tailed to open the hydrant and connect the corres Â¬ alligators throat is an animated sewer Every thing which lodges In bis open ponding pipes mouth goes down He is a lazy dog There was placed upon our edito- Â¬ and instead of hunting for something rial table a box of strawberries picked to eat he lets hi j victuals hunt for him during the afternoon at the small fruit That is lie lies with his great mouth farm of Messrs Benedict Piokard and open apparently dead like the pos- others on Wheat Ridge In the box sum Soon a bug crawls into I then were rare ripe luctous berries ereen a fly then several gnats and then a fruit and blossoms While the picking colony of mosquitoes The alligator was being done a biting snow stoim doesnt close his mouth yet he is was raging It does not eeem possible waiting lor a whole dtove of things that such a combination of summer he does his eating by wholesale A fruits aud winter snows could take little latter a lizard will cool him- Â¬ place in any country but Colorado self under the shade of the upper jaw Denver Republican then a few frogs will hop up to catch the mosquitoes then more mosqui- Â¬ A striking little coincidence is con toes and gnats will light 011 the froc nected with the double wedding which Finally a whole village of Insects aud took place at Mavslick Thursday When i t ben - an at set about toarranLforheirwUn earthquake the big jaw falls the each started for the others house to alligator blinks one eye gulps down break the news and to ask that each the entire menagerie and opens his should serve as bridesmaid They great front door for more visitors met half way between their residences n and a general surpiie was made when Sloney To Be Jlade it was developed that both were on the It is Hid that dull times are not same itii lun Ar neither could act as known by the agents for the great pub bridesmaid a double wedding wa liihlng mine of George Slinson Co readily arranged d Portland Maine At present their Prof Montgomery lias liegn opening auents are doing well on several new mounds on MieTotten siddfifthe lake lines They need more agents in all this week He has observed ten parts of the country Three who need mounds of the ancient mound builders profitable woik should apply at once In that vicinity Six of those have Women do as well as men Ex- Â¬ been opened and proved beyond doubt perience Is nut necessary for Messrs Co uudertake to show all to be the genuine mounds containing Slinson skeletons aud relics of the usual kind who are willing to work the path to A large pipe of pottery five inches In large success It should bfe remembered length was found in one of them and that nil agent can do business wIrhout about twenty pearl ornaments and five being away from home over night shell beads of marine sheila were Another advantage It costs nothing to give the business a trial and an taken from two of Muse mounds agent can devote all his time or only Devils Lake Inter Ocean his spare moRieuts to It Sthtsou The tax payers of this State care not Co guarantee success to all who en aconllnental how niauv private stock gage and follow eimpleaud plain di- companies are orgauizedHo bore for gas red Ions that they give Tuelr full ad- wniie oosom 01 old Kentucky but dress Is given above Â¬ TT ftn0a nental New York City is going to make the experiment of manual training in a dozen of its public schools with tho purpose of extending tho system if it shall prove successful Gods treasury where He keens His childrens gifts will be like many a mothers store of relics of her children full of things of no value to others but precious in His eyes for the loves sake that was in them Ftnlon Johns Hopkins University loses 120000 by tho passing of tho Balti- Â¬ more and Ohio dividend which it will fortunately bo able to niako up from its reserve fund The city of Baltimore is out 180000 from the same cause and will have to borrow Public Opinion Tho Ragged Sunday schools of London have 40000 scholars and 4000 teachers The president was the late Lord Shaftesbury- - His son succeeds him in the work Tho income of the society consisting of voluntary contri- Â¬ butions amounts to 80000 per an- Â¬ num Public Opinion The colored Baptists of Georgia will celebrate in June 1888 tho centen nary of the founding of their first church January 20 1788 in that State There are as the result of tho centurys work 1400 colored Baptist churches 500 ministers 2000 licenti- Â¬ ates and 1CO0OO members There arc 205 communities of the Greek Church in Japan with six- Â¬ teen priests and 104 native preachers and the number of Japanese converts to that religion is 12500 The number of churches and prayer houses is 148 and thero ate three childrens schools with a total of 150 pupils Itulian apolis Journal I hope I has ligion but I doan know 1 hab hearn folks say but I nebber hearn or man say I hopes I has money but I doan know Dat sorter ligion dat yer hopes ycrs got but doan know aint gwinc tcr do yer no mo good tlen dor money what yer hopes 3ers got but doan know Ar kansaio Traveler Some Dartmouth boys most too smart to live surprised President Bartlctt at the senior rhetorical exer- Â¬ cises in the chapel the other day when all the college students were assem- Â¬ bled with a jackass which they had hitched to the pulpit When President Bartlett camo to tlio platform he re-Â¬ marked I perceive some of you have lost your brother and then ordered the exercises to proceed during which the donkey remained tho guest of the occasion Our highest thoughts do not reach DEADLY POISONS what will bo tho level of our happi Â¬ Iilfe Defttroylng Substances of Mineral ness hereafter At first our everlast Â¬ Vegetable and Animal Origin ing life will bo like a summers day so Toisons exist in nature in the mineral calm and beautiful and long But it vegetable and animal world Arsenic will prove a day that will last on nnd is an instance of tho first strychnine of on and on And when no night comes the second tho virus of certain serpents and when wo do not weary and all of the third Those of tho vegetable things keep brightening about us as world arc most numerous and are the eyes of our understanding open some of them as violent as any The then little by little we shall begin in essential principles of tea and coffee awe and wonder to feel what it is to be arc poisons and form beautiful crystals immortal Thero are a few including snake poisons that are not used as efficient WIT AND WISDOM medicines That physician makes a falso claim who asks for patronage Disorder in a drawing room is vul Â¬ mainly on the ground that his remedies gar in an antiquarys study not the are vegetable There is no doubt that black many of the best are of mineral origin not battle stain on a soldiers face is vnlgarbut tho dirty face of a house- Â¬ The poison of poison oak called also maid is Ruskin poison sumach the botanical name of Only a Step which is Rhus Toxicodendron and of Nature made tne model ma poison ivy Rhus Radicans is particu- Â¬ With perfect form though nude larly troublesome from the fact that The tailor dressed the fellow up the slightest handling by susceptible The man was then a dude Whitehall Times persons ignorant of their character say summer boarders from tho Wife onp day after marriage city gives rise to a violent No dear dont give me any money I burning itching which is sure might lose it Same Wife one j car to be communicated to every part of after marriage I took 20 from your the body that the sufferer may chance pockctbook last night John N Y to touch with his affected hand Tho Sun poison oak is a woody shrub that Maryland Darky How dy boss grows to a height of three feet or less How many melons you raised th5s year ivy a vine that climbs on stone Gardener About 900 I guess Pete the walls and trees The leaves of both How many have you raised - Darky are trifoliate that is they consist of Forty two sah aside obcr yo fence three leaflets common ivy has five It Burlington Free Press is a sufficient protection to avoid every Mrs OHarrity Now put in an- Â¬ trifoliate woody plant other quart Grocer Why didnt you Many poisons originate In chemical ask for a half gallon at first and liavo combinations Thus oxygen and nitro- Â¬ done with it Mrs OHarrity Och gen mechanically combined consti- Â¬ bless yez sowl One quart is for me tho air we breathe but combined self and totlior is tute for Mrs Casey chemically in a certain proportion Back from the Main Wood Bar they form nitrous oxide or laughing stow Shot him yourself Jack Train gas combined in another proportion Yaas with nitric acid Fresh meat may be mado Barstow had tough work did him too What jjude you have poisonous in various ways The animal may have fed on noxious plants or it tills year Train Dirty Johnson Bar may have been sick before being stow What does Dirty charge for let- Â¬ slaughtered and the poison may be due ting you lio about tin game ho kills He was too steep for mo to powerful medicines administered or this season last year Judge it may hare been affected with a con- Â¬ We owe it to ourselves to make tagious disease say pleuro pneumonia Tainted meat also develops chemically good use of our endowments and op- Â¬ a very violent poison German sausages portunities Tho talents given us are not for ornament much less for waste are pre eminent in this respect aud loss but for such employment as Youths Companion we can give them in behalf of worthy objects And what a joy it will be to An Interesting Chamber render a good account of them Tho Supreme Court chamber at United Presbyterian Washington was given over to frescoors In San Sebastian we are informed last summer and was a barren and the people appeared in their old desolate place enough Dusty whito clothes and made no demonstration bags shrouded tho busts of whatever upon the recent visit of the Chief Justices in tho niches Queen of Spain But viowed aright around tho semi circular Tvalls the the behavior of the populace was very floors woro bare and the high bench thoughtful and considerate They looked cold and lonely Scaffoldings merely wished to show her majesty held tho painters to their work up un- Â¬ that they were at home and wished der the high ceiling In tho gloomy she was also looking clerks desk was locked up tho Smith I say Dumley you have famous court Bible an Oxford edition had somo experience in love affairs of 1799 first used when the court came and I want your advice There Is a to Washington in 1800 Since then pretty little widow in Harlem whom I every President has kissed it at his in- Â¬ devotedly love In paying my ad- Â¬ auguration and every Chief and Asso-Â¬ dresses how often oucht I to call upon ciate Justice has been sworn in upon it her Dumley She is a widow you Just to the north of the main cLainber say Smith Yes Dumley Seven is tho triangular room in which Morso nights in the week my boy with a placed his first telegraph instrument Wednesday and Saturday matinee and received tho first messago sent Epoch ovor tho wire It came from a field Have you ever noticed that when a station at Bladensburg six miles away crowd of weary excursionists are waitÂ¬ N Y Sun ing to be conveyed home there is al Â¬ ways somo man to be found who will A Cincinnati constablo recently stand on tho track by the hour and dilÂ¬ levied on a parrot and cage and re- Â¬ igently wear out his eye3 looking for moved them to tho oflice of a magis Â¬ the fsin which after all steams into trate on a judgment against a citizen sight from the opposito direction with Tho woman to whom they belonged not a spare seat on board even for the proved to the satisfaction of the squire consummate idiot whos been looking that the property was her own and not for it with patient asininity as remark- Â¬ her husbands and cot it back with one able as it is not rare Charlestovm Enterprise tent damages dead-and-go- A popular young business man con- Â¬ fided the detals of an amusing though somewhat delicate situation to a rc portcr the other day and the latter is making a base betrayal of that con- Â¬ fidence in giving the story to the pub-Â¬ lic but murder will ut It all came of my not having learned to dance lie began You see when I was a kid and the girls my sisters went to dancing school and were brought up in the way they should go I did not care for such tilings and hooted at tho confounded bobbing and twisting and turning which even now seems rather absurd to me 1 volun- Â¬ tarily left school rather young and went into business life and have since had neither timo nor inclination fcr dancing As the girls grew older wo had a number of little social hops at the house but I always managed to getaway I never tad any desire to dance nntil the other evening A certain young lady whoso black eyes I had admired from a disttncc for some time was present at one of our little gather- Â¬ ings 1 usually managed to get out of the way when the dancing began but I was so engaged in conversation with her that tho music had struck up be- Â¬ fore I was aware of it I let tho first danco pass without saying any thing but I knew my companion was a fine dancer and very fond of the amuse- Â¬ ment 1 think that the first danco was an octogette or some thing of that kind for there were eight people in it When that was over the musicians struck a lively jingle which I imagined I recognize That is a polka sure thought I now is my chance Miss Blank I said growing as red as a tulip my sisters have often tried to teach 1110 to dance but have given it up as a hopeless case Is is tie thing they arc playing a waltz or a polka or a highland fling or what is it She laughed but did not an- Â¬ swer After this confession I resumed Will 3 011 dare venture a turn She was only too ready slio evidently did not know what was before her I placed my hand timidly on her side and grasped her waist jn a vice liko grip Then I began tho polka to the best of 1113- - ability anil to my horror she began to waltz I tried to waltz too but made a dismal failure of it The room was small and overcroded with dancers and though our career was short lived wo managed to come into collision with almost every couple on the floor My sister rescued her friend who took the matter as good naturedly as could bo expected with her torn dress and bumped and crumpled condition generally I sncakeil away into outer darkness and hereafter will never attempt to imitate the Heathen Cltince by playing a game that I do not understand I am a fool and 1 know it but to have the fact intimated one two and three times a da- - for a week by the members of ones own family is-- not at all consol- Â¬ ing Rochester Ios Exprcss Effort of a Tonn the Light Fantastic or Presbyterian or Methodist How curious it is that a man may seriously doubt if ho is a Christian but is vory certain that he is a Baptist Twenty years ago tho gospel was AUTER w CHICKEN iI i Cholera Cure I m -- T S flStu NUMBEK 25 fi3o fcj sn Vr 5P tc4 tew tJiw vti 111-11-- 1 lJIlv llvi 1 vsHSJ Vsf ImvG JiflClEivi vtS 111 Mm not allowed to enter Spain now there are between 10000 and 12000 adher- Â¬ ents to the evangelical churches According to the most reliable statistics 155 of 833 colleges prononnco by the Roman method 144 by the English method and S4 by the Conti- Â¬ Mr UJUlVJlJcLfi being sold at ROCK BOTTOM CASH PRICES in ths week and see tne limitless assortment of Ladies and Misses Wraps that are Bnf iu f y m j 1 COME COME iuijivjim We carry every thing and our prices are the very lowest for cash down Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy Hoax positively cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ vinced of its efficacy only requires a Jun22tf trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded STOCKTON WILLIS oug 24 ly Â¬ in this week and get our prices on Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats before vwi buy elsewhere We are the LOWEST PRICED HOUSE IN TOWN in this week and feast your eyes on the bewitching array of Toboggans Scarfs Shawls Hosiery and various other thing3 that are being sold daily to ourcustomers in this week and participate in the novelty of buying a pair of Shoes that for cheapness in price can not be excelled and every pair gives comfort from the start in this week and see for yourself how effectually SQUARE DEALING fon 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 nAMtf DUE THE V V Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store All Subscriptions NEW GROCERY Announce to the public and especially to that large class who buy groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of ELLIS HIGGINS CIG AHS GALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city STAPLE Which ceased to exist last June should at once be paid AT THE Â¬ TA2TCY GOCERIES Queenswarc Glassware lVooflcmvre TOIO uOOOS Rates250 to 4 Per Day According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in Hotel oct2G ly ASK FOR THE G L P C Remedy CL M r ULI And other articles kepi in a complete grocery house at their New Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable Ellis Higgins is not a new firm but has been in existence for nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends and a good share of other people to call and see them New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prices They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell them They know how to buy and how to sell and what the people want CALL AND SEE THEM auglO 1 yr QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE ELook date on the menmm at the margin Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORIE LINE TO name New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga GUTHERSON LEY that is the date to Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the LEXINGTON KY which you are paid STOCKTON WILLIS If you owe any thing Princmal Poinis Soii Eas ana Agents For Madison County on the Herald please sep2S ly call and pay it or THE SOUTHERN H0TJTE TO THE PACIFIC C0AST- the NEW FIRM send it to us asmust Mornin- - and tfislit Trains SSa liVSUirJaajrS Herald business be settled You have the Important Cities of theSontli without change JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IX niTNXING THROUGH CARS Only T inn TWENTY EIGHT HOURS WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO had four months in WE trade that we have a large two Travelers of Steeping Iter and well selected line of which to pay a dol- oneUlillandVS Finest Palacehaven choice ofState kindsJIhbs Etegaat on OllLO CRESCENT ilPullmaus QUEBN Buffet Sleeper ROUTE Pattern Room Car lar or two and we Nearly All the Leading Railroads EJdiiaST qbb2 CLOTHING vki Pdiitrul are sure you do not therefore saveil transfer across the City ami are assured a Journey attended tttta aia speed mimTirumT want any more time comfort and cenvenience Bill after your of your Climax just Mo Â¬ Uolr Buffet fliMint ol TO AND Btm TTnlnn Tturwit In IMiiftlnnoti micsAiicrtru iuvLllmr ffalrnt tltfca wHta VI HATS TRUWrKS THE Travel via- - Queen and Crescent MSlS te Climax Printing Co General Offices St Paul Building West Fourth St CtnetnHati Ohio H COLIBKAN JOHN C OAUIT General Passenger Aeat General Manager R X KYAN R CARROLL A sstMant General Passenger AgeBt General Superintendent Jne2tfJ VALJSES Etc in which youcanfind the Shackelford a Gentry Co BEST GOODS LATEST STYLES AND the LOWEST PRICES Have bought the stock of goods and rented the store house of W 0 Peyton opposite their old stand on Main street and i We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD and to our customers we say we will give you full value lor every dollar in- Â¬ vested with ti and we urge you to give us au early call fcel 22 ojauSDsc WIZX GONTIKUS BUSINESS They have added new and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of All Kinds of EAUD WARE STOVES and TIN WAHE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies W B WHITE At McKees Old Stand June 9iu Roofing la uttering and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Work Done in tne most Workmanlike Manner CLAUDE SMITH CO ETQWE BUT THE BEST OP WORKMEUT EMPLOYED HAVE OPENED A NEW ALL WORK TVARRANTED SELL A Hardware Store WE LINE OFFULL Farming Implements Known To The Trade Tlae Best onWest Alain Street They carry a general line of CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING lanlltf Hardware Tinware Stoves and E T7 WIGGINS A F BRECK Groceries They have the newest and best goods and will sell for CASH at the lowest prices Mr Smith in a practical tinner of several years experience and he wil do nil kinds of tin work roofing and repairing In the best style at lowest iune22 tf rates WIGGINS BRECK Maflison Co Bonis Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 18S7 and 18S will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky C D CHENAULT1 Com ftf-- Builders Hardware and Building Material Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at crrr prices We are also prepared to do ROOFING aud will guarantee to give yon the and most satisfactory We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and will job you cau get anywhere not delay your work We also carry a nice line of TAIXiORIIff G Now is the time for fall and winter suits Give me a call I guarantee satis- Â¬ My work is as good as that of faction any other tailor Shop overTJillingham dry goods store Yours Respectfully G SCHAfH AUSEN octig 6t lst LrEXIST GTOWT -- BELLE COOK STOVES and RANGES Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardwire Garden Implement farm nauus oceu oirippers juuwers jwiub oiuuma uuiuvuiors urain Jjnns ecc IRON MANTELS AND GRATES SubicribeforTHE Climax Patronize JJ Brooks the druggist WBLASTING 3POSrVXEIt AND X3rTAiVJXTEf fjune22tfj FlREBRIGKANDFIREGLAy 5 THE CLIMAX duce the tariff can be passed without the support of Mr Kan FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE dall and he adds that the Republicans of the West and Northwest WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 1SS7 are beginning to feel that they can not longer oppose 6uch a M Sadi Garnot is the new Pres measure with political safety ident of France vice M Grevy Representative Turner of Kansas comes forward with a new propresigned osition to subsidize exported Tlie Back Paj and Bounty grains Claims Division of the Treasury LITERARY NOTES Department shows that 25000 olaims were filed before it for ad- Â¬ Harpers Xagazine judication the past year Precious stones are not a staple of We have now begun to have this country 4yit an article ii Harpers Christmas number nu this subjeecl fears of Mr Clevelands since Henry George the furnishes much interesting informa prime New York labor crank says tion in regard to such gems as have It is written by George that there is no doubt about Cleve- been found leading americau author- Â¬ F Kunr the lands success in 1888 ity on this oubject Diamonds of poor Â¬ Â¬ hear about everybody else we want to LIVE STOCK HABEET EEEOLT - hear about the two men in the fluht CORRECTED WEEKLY BV Witness But Squire didnt you give me permission to tell this thing in CO WEBER lOPER my own way Lite Stock Commission Merchants at DonaLAS Ob let him have hist Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards own way Tax willing to listen to him Stivers All right then Â¬ Witness As I said before I was a settiu on the left and the others they CINCINNATI OHIO DECEMBER 5 1887 Â¬ Â¬ were a settin on the right and a fel Â¬ low I dont know who he was come a runnin in and he called to somebody iu the store I dont recollect who It was that his mule was loose I think lie said a mule or a boss an I sprang down ofPn the counter an looked nut the door an saw some fellow I didnt know who it was I couldnt see from where I was rldln away with blood runnin down his face and thats all I know aboutthe fight every blamed thing I know SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra rairto Uood Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 35 4 003 2 50 3 3 3 50 1 50 3 6 3 35 4 4 3 3 3 65 25 35 75 00 3 25 Down Th la BBGBl Mm BUTCHER CATTLE UNTIL JANUARY 1st 1888 Mk 385 Congress is in session with the quality have been picked up in America lollowing caucus nominations outside of jewelers shops but Mr For Speaker John G Carlisle of Kunz makes it clear that the recent alleged discoveries of these precious Kentucky Clerk John B Clark things in Kentucky amount to nothing Sergeant-at-Arm- s of Missouri But sapphires however and spinel John P Leedom of Ohio Door who will find the lost bed of them in keeper A B Hurt of Mississippi Orange County crystals of topaz Postmaster Lycurgus Dalton of beryls garnets the finest in the world Indiana Chaplain W H Milburn tourmalines amethysts and turquolees are obtained In several localities and Mr Carlisle is not troubled in considerable profusion The most over the Thobe contest Refer-Â¬ striking feature of the article is the ring to the case last Wednes- Â¬ lithographed page of the gems day he said I do not give the Doubtles it Is the best magazine lith- Â¬ matter a thought The contest is ograph of its kind ever produced The based upon the most flimsy ground usual number of impressions for color imaginable and I shall pay no at- on such work does not exceed balf a To members who dozen but surely twenty must have tention to have asked my opinion as to the been needed to get the fine effect of merits of Mr Thobes case I have the gems on this sheet It is a new said that I was perfectly satisfied departure for Harpers colored pages to leave the whole affair in the hands of the Committee on Elec- Â¬ Frank Leslies Sunday Magazine tions After they have read the The December number of Frank evidence and brief of Mr Thobe Leslies Sunday Magazlue closes the twenty second volume It contains I shall not fear the result the semi annual index from which a The Post Oflice Department for good idea of the number and value of the first time since the reduction the articles in the volume may be from the 3 cent to a 2 cent stamp obtained The number contains in by has reached the point where it is teresting articles on Gardens self sustaining It was a common Walter Edgar McCann on Lln by thing in the past for Congress to nieus and Upsala University be called on to appropriate from Sarah K Bolton on Old Stagecoach 5000000 to 15000000 for de- Days by H W De Long on Old ficiencies until last yenr when New Orleans and on Fairy Land Christian it was reduced to 4000000 Science byprofusely Beld all fully illustrated The Now it is nothing and in anticipa and even tion of its revenues exceeding its last article is descriptive of certain por- Â¬ tions North Caroliua which ought expenditures United States to beofbetter known Treasurer Hyatt in his report stories are continued The two serial and a short story prepared for Congress recomand several pretty poems are Included mends that the surplus Postal The number ends with a revenue be turned into the Treas- hymn tune by C Wenham vigorous Smith ury like any other public money which is set to the hymn Brightly Uleams Our Banner This is one of AX IMPORTANT BILL the best Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS Morris Kirk of Mason county ship Â¬ ped five head of steers Hint weighed 10623 pounds 2195 pounds each They were shipped to Liverpool Eng- laud 3 straight heats Time 221j 21J 222 A sale of animals of several breeds of cattle was made at Kansas City recently with the following result The trotting match between Rosa Â¬ lind Wilkes and Kenilworth for 1000 took place Thanksgivingday at Mor- Â¬ rison N Y Rosalind Wilkes won in it Hnlsteiu bulls averaged 6750 females 63 Jersey bulls 53 65 females S0 8horthorn bulls 150 females Devon females 71 Galloway bulls 125 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Next to tariff revision the most important measure to come before the next Congress is the bill offered by Congressman McOreary t promote the commercial re lations between the United States and Mexico Central America and Soeth America Those three countries are vast in territorial extent and conduct an important trade Their trade grows greatly with every year and foreign countries receive the advantage The current of trade should be changed to the United States and the McOreary bill is designed to that end A railroad already extends to the City of Mexico and beyond and should ba encouraged to pro coed through Central America and as far into South America as climate and produce will permit What a vast receptacle would the great South American countrv prove for the surplus products of ine united states The line stock men would be among those most benefitted by opening up that country It is a scheme of magnitude and one worthy the consideration of the coming Congress Should Governor McCreary swcceed in the passage of his bill the international conference for which the bill provides would be the means of astonishing the people of the United States bv the disclosure that millions of money annually go to foreign countries for products that are produced in the United States The United States must have the trade of the remainder of the western continent Â¬ A Nevada ranchman has a herd of hybrid cattle crossed between the male buffalo and the domestic cow They are not housed during the winter but find their food and thrive where other cattle would starve Their beef is said to be excellent and yarn has been spun from their hair So very dry has been this summer that old farmers report many forest trees killed especially ash and hickory The extent of the damage will not be known until spring when trees begin to bud and put out leaves It will then be ascertained that a large per cent of tbe most valuable forest trees in Mercer have been killed by the drouth Harrodsburg Sentinel The Sentinel says that the Shorthorn breeders in Shelby county do not seem to have lost heart on account of the prevailing low prices of their favor- Â¬ ite breed They talk cheerfully and prove their talk by their actions that they are fully confident in the outlook for better tiraps Tbey one and all refer to 77 when things were equally Scribners as gloomy and not nearly so promising A posthumous essay entitled In as at present and in view of the won- Â¬ Dickens Land will appear in the derful advance after that temporary Christmas Scribners by Edwin depression keep a stout heart Percy Whipple the late critic and According to carefully prepared to- Â¬ lecturer who was one of the most ar- Â¬ bacco statistics tbe western leaf crop ot the genius of Charles dent admirers foots up 76 million pounds or 26 per Dickens H U Banners story is en cent recent average and tbe eastern titled The Zadoc Pine Labor Onion crop 72 million pounds or 50 per and is said to be filled with humor and leaf cent decrease The eastern and west- Â¬ genial satire exposing the absurdity of ern leaf crops and all the market the foreign ideas about labor and capital stocks of the United States make up which tave found a foothold among 360 million pounds against 591 milworkingmen in this country E H year ago and 575 millions two lions Blashfield the well known painter years a ago The supply from the new and his wife who have been frequent crops and market stocks falls 211 mil- Â¬ residents and close students of Florence lion pounds below the late average have contributed a delightful paper associating some of tbe most pictur takings for the domestic and foreign esque features of that city with the consumption while in 1886 there was surplus of 23 million pounds and in scenes of George Elliots famous a 1885 a surplus of 24 millions The Roraola Mr Blashfield has made western Burley crop is 37 million sixteeu beautiful drawings to lllus pounds and the dark and heavy crop trate it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2 75 Common to fair 3 00 Good to Extra Cows 2 75 3 as Good Cows 2 25 Fair to 1 75 Common Cows 1 50 Rough Cows and Oxen I oo BULLS Best Shipping 2 65 2 50 Best Bologna 3 40 3 30 Fair Bologna 3 oo 2 25 Fair to Good Feeders 2 oo 2 25 Common and Thin l 50 l 75 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 50 3 35 Fair to Good Steers 2 75 3 00 Good to Extra Heifers 3 75 2 35 Common and Thin Stackers I 50 2 00 COWS AND CALVES B Best Grades 45 00 50 00 Fair to Good 30 oo40 00 Common 15 oo2c 00 6 00 Best Veal Calves 5 75 Good Fair to 5 oo 5 50 Common and Heavy 2 50 4 00 SPRING LAMBS Good Extra Heavy i S 25 5 5 sepjStf Good Butcher 5 oo 5 25 Fair Butchers 4 5 5 75 Common and Tail Ends 3 75 4 00 HOGS Select Butchers 5 40 5 50 Fair to Good Packers 5 20 5 45 Good to Extra Lights 4 qo 5 10 Light Pigs 4 40 4 o Roughs and Scalawags 3 25 3 75 Iml DTHE My Stock of Clothing Furnishing Goods Hats Caps Trunks Valises c must all be closed out PIECE GOODS to be sold in the piece or will make up for you Xf more goods to be sold for glory but will sell them for less than manufacturers prices Be sure and call k AIso a No 1 STOCK OE vfifissavi HS S time J C LTTER NOW IS THE TIME TO GO TO Local Produce Markets WEEKLY BY COVINGTON CORRECTED BRO GROCERS IRVINE ARNOLD STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond Ky Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs Sugar Cured Hams liacon Hams country Cured Butter Chickens bggs Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lts Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs Lard Tallow Beeswax Dec 6 1887 33c 45c 130150 l2kCilicc 1 50 I 2 7S2 i52oc j2 2502 50 253 italic 707c 00 40050c 00 AND GET ONE OF HIS 1 Feathers Meal St 3 Ill2lc 23C i5joc 3S 40050 Spring TO Saddles MAMMOTH v WHE R W H J STRBNGS LOUISVILLE STORE Oats per bushel Orchard Gnus German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes ioi 5 250 1 4019500 25 I 20 25 575c 0023 75 755 35 oott 00 At bottom prices He also has a full line of lhls 575 o HIS SLEDGE HAMMER ARGUMENTS ARE BOUND TO WIN He has cut prices right in two prices tor goods M Hie For -- Sale He wants to get rid of his goods and wants your money and says he is hound to have it Why Because he has the goods and has made prices that will be eye openers to all who have been in the habit of paying high J3ear in mind that I wish to sell privately my home placeofoO ACRES OF LAND one half mile from Kingston in Madison county Ky GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES very Dwelling - House of four rooms and hall Good cistern buggy house and all out buildings and one of the beet stables in the county Good orchard Convenient to schools churches mills shops stores nnd sim Â¬ ilar places Good place for physician or merchant Terms eay 23n4t W B STIVERS single and double first class ma- Â¬ terial and best of work Saddles and Harness are his SLEDGE HAMMER ARGUMENTS and he has a complete line of the best Dry Goods ot all kinds such as NEATLY AND TKOMPTLY June 22 tf 39 millions THIN COLUMN county Miss Maggie Toadvine of Harrison aDd Mr Whalen were married last week What sort of a vine will a Whalen big Toadvine be any bow Syrnp of Figs TARIFF IDEAS The Washington Post has been talking with the Congressmen on the subject of tariff and finds OHCoaragement The Post says Of the few Democrats who have aided with Mr Randall now in the city Mr McAdoo Mr Stahlnecker Mr Wilkens Mr Merriman and Mr Lawler are quoted as experiencing somewhat of a change of heartThe sentiment of the Northwestern Congressmen is that the free trade sentiment is growing in that section Democratic Representatives from Min nesota and Michigan have the highest confidence that their two states can be made Democratic upon the Revenue reform issue Mr Lyman of Ohio a Republican although he acknowledges that he is a protectionist comes out for a reduction of the revenue Many other Republicans like Mr Lyman agree that something must be done with the tariff though a few like Messrs Sawyer and Bacon of New York and JacKson of Penn sylvania think that nothing will be done at this session Many ways of reducing the surplus are suggested Quite a number of Congressmen including Representatives Catcbings of Missis sippi Snively of Indiana Taul bee and Caruth of Kentucky and Abbott of Texas favor a compro mise such as taking the tax off tobacco and reducing the tax on fruit brandies The proposition to take the tax off whisky hardly finds a supporter The question cf putting sugar on the free list finds some advocates but mainly among Republicans The Louis Â¬ iana Congressmen to whom this it a very vital question say that their state is divided the northern portion being m favor of free sugar and the gulf section opposed The Democratic sentiment Is largely in favor of increasing tlte free list adding to it salt 1 timber anl the necessaries of life Representative Bynum of Indi Â¬ ana thinks that acood bid to re Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tiit Some kind but unknown subscriber Â¬ Irom near Kingston has sent us a tion Piles etc Manufactured only pig with seven legs but as It has only by the California Fig Syrnp Company six feet we cant recommend it two San Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton many for one pig and not enough for Willis 12jan ly two The snail is a paradox is prover- Â¬ A friend who was up tbe country bially slow yet its pace It is with bound tbe other day brings us the subjoined Bingbamptuu Republican which he copied from a school house door Syrnp of Figs Oct 4th 1887 Is tbe delightful liquid laxative nnd to all ho is in det to me for tilngiug only true remedy for habitual con- Â¬ school that can get up the chainge the stipation and the many ills depending without disfurnisbing themselves I on a weak or inactive condition of would receive it with gladness the kidneys liver and bowels It is yours a pleasant remedy to take both to old Johnson and young it U gentle in its action Miller and affective It Is acceptable to tbe Below we give a portion of a trial stomach and strengthens the organs that occurred before two Magistrates on which It acts Manufactured only in this county by the California Fig Syrup Company Squire Stivers Let tbe witness San Francisco Cal Sold by Stocktoii be sworn Willis 9cov 1m Witness Squire cant I have the The New York master printers re-Â¬ privilege of telling this thing in ray gard tbe strike of their employees as a own way Stivers What do you say Squire typographical error Pittsburg Chron Â¬ icle Douglas Squibe Douglas Yes certaiuly let Do you kuow where Whites Drug tbe witness tell in bis own way what Store is n9lf he knows Men will continue catching fish with Stivers All right proceed with your testimony seines so long as the net results are Witness Well I was a oettin on profitable New Orleaus Picayune m the counter in my store on the left Dolls to close out stock at your own hand side as you go In about four n9tf feet from the end next the door four price at Whites Drug Store or four and a balf maybe five bnt Id The way of the transgressor mav be think about four feet I dont know hard but it is easy enough to get into about that Cole Ruckerwasa settin Journal of Education on a keg of nails on tbe opposite Bide tbe last keg in tbe row I think The only man who seams to thrive might have been next to the last I on procrastination is the one that owes dont know about that One of Mat his tailor Hotel Mail Grinsteads boys was a settin next to A man fishing for blue fish is fre- Â¬ Cole I ithlnk it was Cole or Will I quently a blue flsherman Philadel Â¬ dont know wblcb one of tbe Grin stead boys It was but next to him a phia Call little further to tbe left was Lucien A familiar household word Whites Griggs and Drug Store n9tf Stivers Never mind about all that we want to know about tbe fight be- Â¬ BORN tween the two men Congratulations are in order at the Witness Didnt you say 1 could home of Mr Chas Powell as a little girl tell this thing In my own way Stivers But we dont want all put in her appearance there on Monday morning We want this Douglas Ob let him tell it In his MATRIMONIAL- own way Stivers Very well go ahead in Mr G G Mason of Douglas Kansas your own way then Witness As I said I was a settin formerly of Madison county Ky and on tbe counter in my store on tbe Miss Esther Rennick who resides near left hand side as you go in about Brainard Kansas were married at the four feet from the end noxt to tbe home of the brides grandfather Mr door may have been four and a half John Steward on Wednesday November or five feet Cole Rucker was a settin 30th 1SS7 on a keg o nails on the opposite side DIED on the last keg in the row X think not sure about that One of Mat Mrs John Doyle died at her home Grinsteads boys I dont know which one It was was a settin on tbe counter near Concord on Thursday December next to Cole or Will which ever It 1st 18S7 was and Lucien Griggs was a settin a Mr and Mrs E Faubush lost their lit- Â¬ daughter on Friday leetle to tbe left And some fellow I tle cant think now who it was but some Dec 2nd 1887 She was buried Saturday fellow come in tne old Dr White burying ground Stivers Now we dont want to aeariFoxtuwn mm nine-year-o- ld Is Natures own true laxative It is the most easily taken and the most effective remedy known to Cleanse the System when Bilious or Costive to dispel Headaches Colds nnd Fevers to cure Habitual Constipation Indiges- Public ADRUFF Sale 15 1887 Â¬ Dress Goods Flannels Blankets Shawls Jeans Lindseys Calicoes Domestics o COMPLETE L2NB OF COTHISTG such as Mens and Boys To closeout a partnership we will on Suits Mens and Boys OVERCOATS c c THUSSDAY DETEMBER on the premises ten miles north of Richmond in Madison county between Brookstown school house and Kentucky BOOTS AND SHOES OF AM KINBS HATS TRUNKS AND FURNISHING GOODS CAPS der our proceed to sell publicly to the highest River known as the David McCord place bid- Â¬ PERSONAL PROPERTY consisting of 21 2 year old Steers 30 yearling Steers 5 Milch Cows in milk 2 2 J ear Heifers 2 yearling Heifers 5 Weanling Calves 200 Barrels of Com in the crib 170 shocks of Fodder a quantity of Hay in the stack and a lot of Â¬ Last but not least the very best thing pertaining to the styles and qualities im Cloaks Jackets and Short Wraps We inaugurate with this day one of the greatest sales 01 goods ever known in Jtticlimond Watchmaker Watches and Jeweler in THE so PRICES OF EVERYTHING CUT CUT CUT UEALEK Household and Sitchen Furniture Clocks Jewelry Silver and Plated wnre eta 8peclnl sale Sale to begin Also the following property of David attention given to One aged combined harness McCord and saddle Mare 1 goodRockaway Horse DIAMONDS 1 two year old Broke Mule and one extra Yearling Mule Good Stock Scales and AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Farm Bell Tarms easy and made known on day of SETTING that everybody can buy We want to double our sales this December over last year and we will do it if prices are any criterion You want goods and I want money I make prices that will bring it DONT FAZi TO G IVE MB A LOOK AND 1TOU WILL ITjSARIM WHAT ARGUMENTS MEAN SLKBG-E-HAIMMER RE2PAZRIXff Old Gold at 10 nov303t oclock R P McCORD JOHN McCORD They are bound to go Come ane see me Promptly lone and In a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for and Silver Ky THE BEST Practical A CST Art Xnmber Inim 5 Â¬ to the Post office Richmond June22 tf Dont forget the place next door H J STRENGSTOltB LOUISVILLE Rofl Superb Colored Plate With Every MASTER COMMISSIONERS 15 MONTHS FOR REGULAR 4 Nonce to Library Lamps Crews Pleas PRICE will receive Send this advertisement and 400 subscription price for 1888 Direct to the Publisher before January 1st and you Madison Coukt Common The Art Amateur 1887 From October 15 BEAUTIFUL to October i8s8 PLATES COLORED Fac Siraile of Portrait Fruit Flower Madison Court Common Fleas at his Marine and Landscape Studies equally office in Richmond County of Madi- Â¬ suitable for copying or for framing son Kentucky on or before tbe 25lh day of December next 140 PAGES OP USEFUL DESIGNS This 22nd day of November 1887 In black and white working size admira Â¬ 8 E 8COTT bly adapted for Oil and Water Color 23novtf MC M C C P Painting Tapestry Painting China Paint Â¬ ing Church and Home Embroidery Wood Carving Brass Hammering and other Art Work 300 PAGES OP PRACTICAL TEXT Charles R Watts Admr Pitt In ngaitiKt Eqtty Maeqaket Watts Ac Def U All persons having claims against the estate of ThaileB K Watts deceas ed are hereby notified to produce the sa me nrooerlv proven to the under signed Master Commissioner nf the Â¬ AND uM Pietl Mes am tffWG u MuauuiEepa They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at The Prices W business They Very best material employed in their man- and haveare about closing up their on hand over 4000 of them ufacture Â¬ Quote POP EBST E R FARM WAGONS Itft IS TUE AGENT AT KICI1MOND KY FOR THE CELEBRATED NTEIT TRUSS ROD AND TUBULAR MIE Richly illustrated and crowded with in Â¬ teresting and valuable articles with All persons having claims against abundant hints for Home Decoration deceased NOW is the time to send together the estate of H N Wells to will please present me for with this card Four Dollars for iSSS and payment properly the same verified on or before receive also the flret day of January 1883 All persons Indebted to the estate will please pay fame at opce 23nov3t C T Wells Exr Including three particularly fine colored plates namely A magnificent study of GRAPES by A J H Way a charm Â¬ ing LANDSCAPE with windmill and figures by W H Hillard and a richly colored study of PANSIES by M Lamb Address AH pereous having claims against MONTAGUE MARKS tbe estate ol John M Willis will pre Union Square New York 23 sent them properly proven to the P S Five different Specimen Num Â¬ undprsicoed for Divment 011 or twfnm bers with Five Beautiful Collored Plate iMarch1 1888 or tame will be burred will be sent on receipt of this paragraph irom payment out of trust ruurta Iu my and One Dollar regular price hands V2i WiLSf 175 TMitSy ii rsiiiT TOiiii 30ii2l Address a aoove Executors Botice if you see them because you cant help it Yon They Are Precisely lat Three Months Free Trustees Notice Our stock of Queens ware and Glassware and especially our Decorated Din ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive fant Â¬ Â¬ -- Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at j gJBf MilK0gY Call on Mr Pope and examine the and other Staple Groceries also Canned wagons Dont buy before doing so Goods - TtS is WEBSTER WAGON CO I E d G O FRANCIS ur iTuneji-tfil COFFEES SUGARS i BEST 30EAJEEfc5 OF The Best Material I especially low phiges fagons farrant vi r For One Year Terms- - The Easiest TEAS mf- Juneaj tf - hr m 11 kably fine eyes The trio has attractliish School A nun who has practiced medicine for 40 years ought to know salt from B Smith delivered an ad Â¬ ed many callers to the doctors premises sugar read hat he says dress on Friday evening before Miss in pte of the doctors inhospitable gate which Is supposed to be secured by a Anilersonrt High ScliJul at Kingston Toledo O Jan 10 1887 and his sulject was education and secret spring Several gentlemen who Messrs F J Cheney A Co Gentle educated rools Mr Smith addressed a have called in the evening have been re- Â¬ men In the genera I have good audience ami p aks in the most duced to the necessity of climbing the practlco pf medicine fur most 40 years flattering terms of Miss Anderson and fence Louisville Sunday News Please cast your optica on Mr Fair and Pond and would aay that In all my practice her Streugs ad He raeaus to put 11 bug in Charley Searcy of Waco is flying and experience have never seen a The ladies of the Episcopal church ing work She has a new frame build- Â¬ your ear which is a great ornament to high in yashington as the subjoined preparation will have a doll fair at the Court house that I could prescribe with Kingston aud a large patronage Courier Journal telegram of the and in- Â¬ as much confidence of success as I can Mr Win Cotton has been appointed on Saturday of uext week the 17th beÂ¬ Kingston is well supplied with schools dicates Among the callers at the Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by postmaster at Cottonsburg near Kirks- - ginning at 10 in the morning aud con having a good public school In addition Courier Journal Bureau to day were Sen you Have prescribed it great many tinuing all day A fish pond rfor the In tbis county ville to Miss Andersons showing that tiie ators Beck and Blackburn Congressmen times and Its effect Is wonderful and cuuuren will be a feature Only 10 people are interested In educational Stone Montgomery McCrearv Caruth would say Mr D P Armer left yesterday lor cents for a chance to fish in conclusion that I have work and appreciate the advantage and Mr C L Searcy of Kentucky yet to find a case of Catarrh that It Cincinnati where he will lay in a sup- Â¬ oflered them Congressmen Bynum and Matson of would not cure if they would take it Pass Him Arocnd ply of goods for the Holidays Indiana Delegate Smith of Arizona according to directions Prof Miller the mind reader and To The Rescue Congressmen Whitthorne and Washing Mr E Burgiu aud family removed frlight oMiaud performer who gave an Yours truly That prosperous institution the ton of Tennessee Congressmen Allen last week to Foxtown where they entertainment at Mudion Female In- Â¬ L L GORSUCH M D Stanford Journal has adorned and im Â¬ Barry of Mississippi Senator Call of will occupy the O Burgiu home stitute slipped out of town without proved its office Office 216 Summit St with a new Cotrell Florida Sergeant-at-Arm- s Leedom Post paying his priming bill He is a clever tapeless We will give 100 for any case of The Wherritt property has been sold power press A master Dalton First Assistant Postmaster cylinder performer In dodging a bill If you Catarrh that can not be cured with by Dr Heath to Dr John Cornelison machiuest from the Fraukliu Type General Stevenson Acting Land Com- Â¬ find him telegraph us ot Haco for S45C0 Dr Cornelison Foundry Cincinnati the best house In missioner Stockslager and Chief Clerk Halls Catarrh Cure Taken internal- Â¬ ly F J CHENEY CO will remove to Richmond America passed through Richmond Youmans of the Treasury Props Toledo O Sunday Nights Gas last week from Stanford where he bad Sold by J J Brooks 75 cte John G Taylor sold seven hundred Mr Adair manager of the gas works put up the press He had scarcely got- Â¬ RELIGIOUS barrels of salt during the mouth of tells us that the regular lighter far ten home when the engine exploded Wheelbarrow parties are the latest November Beven bushel barrels go at street lamps being sick last 8unday and Brer Walton was left next thing In St Louis They Rev Dr Stewart of Winchester will society sensAtinu f2 night a new man lighted them and to helpless He sent for Richmonds Sat- Â¬ are expected to carry everything be Â¬ R Quisenberry ofBoones not knowing where they all were failed former citizen Mr W N Potts but preach at the Waco Baptist church Mr J fore them Norristown Herald urday and Sunday at 11 oclock boro will leave the first of January to light a number He assures us that for whom there would probably not Elder C P Williamson has just doted Fayette county where he will have such an over sight will notngaln occur have been an issue jf the Journal last for week The Journal says For pure a protracted meeting of two weeks du- Â¬ a trotting horse oiid stock farm aud unadulterated cleverness nnd the ration at the Broadway Christian church Changes Mr J D Mitchell now represents Tribble Blount have moved part of possession of a greater quantity of the in Lexington with nineteen additions the extensive whnlosale grocery house their stock Into the adjoining house on milk ot human kindness than most We went wide of the mark when we Co Cincinnati and of Ford Eaton First street heretofore occupied by W anybody commend us to Mr W N said that the Baptist Church had em- Â¬ ingathering large aud numerous orders T Edwards and will run both houses Potts of the Stanford Flouring Mills ployed Elder Harding for the ensuing flouring mills are now until January 1st when they will re- Â¬ His assistance to us in getting our new year at FhUwoods The Barlow It was the Christian running in full blast by the Richmond move further towards Main street Mr machinery iu order can hardly be church of course as Elder Harding is a e Milling Company composed of J J Edwards has removed next door to- Â¬ overestimated wool Disciple Brooks J B Willis and D R Fore- Â¬ wards Irvine street Insurance Man In Jail man SONS AMERICAN NEWS For two or three weeks a raau call Jf W AYER Loaded PAPER ANNUAL inghiniself W A Lovell did a small Mr A B Willis will sell on next There were twenty one loaded trains tire insurance business among the colTuesday his stock nmp farming im- Â¬ left the dtpot at this place on Saturday ored people of Ricbmoud He gave The one thing needed to place N plements and household on the prem-ie- - last This looks very much like busi low rates on long period but collected W Ayer Sons American Newspaper eight miles from Richmond on the ness and It might truly be said that if in advance On last Friday night he Annual incomparably above any work Jacks Creek turnpike Richmond gets a road to the moun Â¬ was arrested for acting as agent for of its class was the name of the Editors This want has been The Humpty Dumpty show at the tains instead of twenty one loaded foreign companies without a city and publishers Court house on Tuesday night was trains a day it would be one hundred license When arrested he denied that supplied iu the edition for 1887 now a rather tame aflair The programme and twenty one and business would his name was Lovell but when told before us It Is a noteworthy fact that every wiit full of chestnuts left over from improve accordingly that he must give bond or go to jail he year witnesses some improvement In several seasons sigued that name to the bond But he Heavy Mortality in Sheep could not secure a boniNmaii and put this Annual either in additions to the The houe and lot on the corner of Messrs James and Jacob Huguely tit 50 instead Next day he was re Â¬ information contained in it or In the Main and Orchard streets belonging near Red House cut off the tails of arrested on the charge of obtaining arrangement of the matter Some of Tills powder never varies A marvel of parity strength and wboleaomeneu More to the estate of W W Hamilton de Â¬ fortv four sheep a month ago and by monpy tinder false pretenses He had the changes are the result of experi- Â¬ economical than the ordinary kinds and ceased was sokl Tuesday to J A Sul end of last week thirty seven had signed receipts for the Continental In- - ment of daily use of it iu their own cannot be MM In competition with the mul Â¬ the Â¬ titudes of low test shortlweight alum livan for 30150 died The sign if that has anything suranct Co but a telegram to that business while others are suggested phate powders Bold only in cans or phos Rotai to do Willi it was wrong being in the company was answered with a denial by newspaper men or advertisers aud Baxiko Powdkb UOm 106 Wall St N Y The report of transfers of real estate Jnue 23 tf in town lots for the mouth of Kovem- - heart The sheep became stiff nnd of any such agent Letters in his adopted by the publishers The edition under review has several pockets show that Lovell has a wife at oer amounts toS177o4 and the report of helpless and died in n few days HARRISON MILLER Morgan Ky and that he has probably such additions Besides the names transfer in lands in Madison county Caught An Eagle Editors aud Publishers Has opened a Furniture Repairing deserted her He has operated at of the amounts to 1310306 for last month and Mr James Harris of Union City Winchester Lexington Paris and noted above it gives the subscription UphoNleriug Shop second door from Mrs Mary H Parrisb has sold to was in town on Monday aud had a Paris Tennessee He claimed to the price of each paper and slreet address Â¬ the Post office next to Hunleys Livery Stable AH work done at reasonable George H Myers the cottage ou Second large eagle that he caught down on colored people that he represented The es in cities of 50000 inhabitants and street now occupied by Mr E W Muddy Creek the other night while New Home which he said was an ex- Â¬ upward It has also a list of all the rates Laying Carpets A Special ty 7dectf Wiggins for 2500 Mr S D Parrish coon hunting He had a torch which cellent company but that turns out to Editorial and Press Associations in the has sold to J H Allman a lot on blinded the eagle and ii flew down out be 0 sewing machine company country with the names of their ofOrchard street for 1000 of a tree and was caught by the dogs ficers and time of meeting The list C0LLEiEliILL He rescued it nlive It is fond of rab- Â¬ occupies about 20 pages and we believe Mr Nat Tbomiisnn of Doylesville bits and can eat a whole one at a sit Â¬ it to be the first complete list ever pub- Â¬ was in town the noted fisherman Mr C C Norris has been very sick lished ting The eagle is of a peculiar brown From my premises at Richmond Monday with his leg broken He for several days color The method of giving the political didnt have a liandage on it and was A very interesting debate was held statistics has been changed from A walking around apjiareutly as well as at the Academy last Saturday even Â¬ the plan heretofore in use in that the weight Supper auj body about 35 pounds vote of each political party is given by nose nnd one white fore leg white on The ladles of the Christian church ing Messrs Tom Million aud Sam cleared about 100 after payiuc all Mr John W Grider has gone to Slates and counties instead of simply Liberal reward Deatherage are buying turkeys and necessary expenses at the supper Fri Mercer county to spend a few weeks the maturities or pluralities 7dlt TS MOBERLEt In the matter of population much pacing the best prices Call at their day night There was a good crowd with relatives office over Holmaus store Josiah who thoroughly enjoyed the nice sup- Â¬ Our village has been very unexpect- Â¬ has been done In the effort to bring the Simmons is buying hogs and will buy per which consisted of oysters salads edly honored lately by a visit from our reports as nearly as possible abreast I with the times Owing to the rapid jour hogs boys ham breads rolls ice cream sherbet old friend C R Adams growth of the population especially in cotlee and a great variety of cakes Those knowing themselves indebted J lie Mendelssohn Quintette Club of Messrs A D McKinney and A W Flora The proceeds go towards furnishing the Williams spent several days in Cincin- Â¬ some parts of the country the census ot to the late firm of bhortrldge Boston which gave a concert at the 18S0 is of little value The census of will please come forward and settle their accounts at once Cuurt liouse Monday evening sold 100 Christian church with a new furnace nati Ia3t week buying a supply of hol Â¬ 1685 lias been used iu all those States 7d2t wortii of tickets The entertainment iday goods Mrs A D Flora iu which such census was taken Court Day was good but a very small bouse greet- Â¬ Mr Andy Wallace better known as While in the estimated population Auctioneer Z E Rush reports small ed their appearance Bunk spent a few days here last some ot the figures may be open to crowd iu town aud about 100 cattle ou week His visit was confined mostly criticism they appear in the main to CEHTRAL UNIVERSITY Auctioneer Bush reports the sale of the market halfof which changed hands be approximately correct unimproved laud of O Burgiu tn the at 3c Carruthers Beard of Lexing Â¬ to the vicinity of the parsonage Its complete and accurate catalogue Messrs G S Williams Ed Griggs Boonesborough pike on Saturday ton bought 15 broke mules prices rang Â¬ second Term of the current ses Â¬ Dec 3rd as follows 02J acres to Mr ing from S75 to 125 Wm Arnold and Wallace Norris went to Estill of newspapers with all necessary In- Â¬ THE of this institution will begin formation concerning them its admi- Â¬ Calvin Burgiu at 7610 per acre bought 15 broke mules prices ranging last week on a hunting expedition 23 1888 Amount of sale 475625 from 100 to 150 Gentry Bros pur- Â¬ They were accompanied by Misses rably arranged county lists its elabo- Â¬ Monday county and State descriptive head Â¬ Students will be received from this hi 3L un Alice Williams and Mattie Griggs who rate chased from Walker Turley Mrs Marie Wright special corres- Â¬ ings presenting In gazetteer form all date and charged for the term only visited Mrs George Butler pondent of the Sunny South was broke mules for 1425 Few plug LJI BLANTON Dr Comb has been repairing bis the points that advertisers need where- Â¬ changed hands at 35 to S75 here yesterday In the interest of that horses 7dec5w Chancellor store house which has been rented by by Judiciously to place their contracts Dull day money scarce well known southern journal which Mr A W Williams A new dry goods its special lists of religious and agri- Â¬ is inibli hed in Atlanta Danville Ad- and grocery store is to be opened up cultural and class publications and Taken for a White Cow vocate Immediately aud promises to make last but not least its 250 pages of As Mr Wm Wanen of Lexington advertisements givlug a mass of valua- Â¬ things lively about the burg Ou Thursday Dec 1st at Commis Â¬ and Miss Ida Victor of Millersburg ble information concerning a large sioner Scotts sale of the Presly Rodes were going thnugh the yard of Mr number of journals which Is necessari Â¬ PERKINS farm situated on Otter Creek Opt R McMicheal in Lexington to re-Â¬ I will sell privately my Saw ly excluded from the catalogue nil situated4 miles east of Richmond Mill ou Ballard reports as follows 158 acres hearse for the McCord McMicheal H B Robinson Bro will begin combine to make the Annual a trusty the JNoianil ureeK road it is a good of land to Mr J A Turpln at 2705 wedding they were taken for a white Mill in running order with log work the coming week to remove their aud valuable guide to publishers ad Â¬ Saw Total amount of sale 430095 cow and fired upon by Mr McMicheal wagon log cart and all the appurte Â¬ tore room Ttiey are calculating to vertisers and business men generally nances of a first class Saw Mill one shot grazing the ladys fore In giving an account of the concert move it whole just as it stands and while the care with which It has been Terms easy one half iu cash the iu last weeks Climax the recitation bead and three shot entering the take it two hundred yards down the compiled its freedom from errors Its other half lu stock gentlemans forehead Miss Victor pike of Miss Minva Phelps which was done and place it near his dwelling convenient arrangement its beautiful 7d4t JAMES DAVIS so ably and received such heaity ap visited here several years ugo and will house typography and handsome binding be remembered as the guest of plause was omitted by an accldeut Preaching at Sylom the second Sun Â¬ retider it unique In its kind Powell Mrs Cba They were which we ureatly deplore It is sent carriage free for 5300 by able to act as bridesmaid and usher day in the fore noon by Rev Ison He the Publishers Philadelphia Pa Messrs Bales aud farrott and not at the wedding As the gun was load- Â¬ will also preach at Forest Hill school office of Ford Eaton Co Â¬ Bales aud Patton will sell a house and ed wth bird shot nothing more house iu the afternoon at half past two Wholesale urucers uud Com mission Merchants 66 and 88 1 t and a vacant lot at Kingston on serious than a good fright resulted from oclock Sunday school after preach- Â¬ ing Remaining unclaimed in the Post West Second St Saturday 10th and Mr Parrott and the shot office nt Richmond Ky week ending Cincinnati O Nov 29 1887 family aud not Mr Bales and family Mr Overton Biggerstaff was buying Dec 6 1887 Bnrned W L Butterworth is no longer in will probably remove from the county cattle in this vicinity last week He Bennett Mrs Mary Igo G C our employ and is not authorized to son of shipped them to Cincinnati Friday Walter the little Bedford and Embry Kearn Mrs transact any business for us Mrs Marie Wright representing the Mr aud Mrs H Lynch who was badly Breck Miss Mi ttie Newland J A 7d3t Ford Eaton Co Sunny South was heie Wednesday burned on last Wednesday is doing Brown Allen Shackelford John H Boggs Jack PERSONAL Sparks W J and took In subscribers by the score nicely The little fellow got too near Steel Morris Chenault Ellen Procured Wm G Hen Only a few of those who took the paper the fire in the grate aud his gingham Crockett Charlie Walker Tosie PATENTS derson 925 F St Wash really wauted It but they could not re Â¬ apron ignited burning his clothes off Mr Thomas H Embry has returned Ingledon M H Wilson Land ington If is formerly sist theappeals of a fascinating woman him from his knees to his chest in- Â¬ from the South of Examining Corpse U S Patent Advertised matter will bo held two Office Send 17 years experience flicting a very painful though not a Stanford Journal Miss Mary Scott of Nicholasville is weeks after date of advertisement and sketch then if undelivered will be sent to the tability or model for retort as to paten dangerous burn His sister Miss An- Â¬ Correspondence solicited the guest of Miss Mollie Fife dead letter office Mr Hal Cockrell who shut and kill- Â¬ nie got to the child before the flames 7decty Post office hours from 6 a m to 7 p Col D W Tribble visited his sister ed James Ameriue in Irvine two weeks leached his face aud succeded in si Money order and registered letter ago gave bail In the sum of 1500 at smothering them with a comfort which Mrs Nunnely at Stanford last week hours prompt 7 A M to 6 P ar his examining trial Judge Robert she threw over iiim Dr Roberts J B WILLIS P M Mr John Doty and wife leave to day Riddell aud Judge Fluty are for the says the child complained very little for Lonoke Arkansas to spend the win Â¬ NOTICE defense and V P Smith aud A R of the pain since the first three or four ter liurnam are the prosecutiug attorneys hours which was very severe as the The nccouuts of the Madison County Mr W R Breck of San Louis Obispo burns were right deep Drug Store have been placed iu the Miss Sue Hume entertained a host California visited relatives here this mm of friends last week and a royal lime hands of Mr D M Chenault for col Â¬ week I WILL SELL PUBLICLY ON The Sams was had by the gallant little beaux Miss Mar Turner and MUs Alma lection aud he would like for those The Lancaster correspondent of the Dec 10 and lovely little maids plxying games Hsgan of Silver Creek are visiting friends indebted to the said firm to settle at 4C until the hour of six oclock ar Â¬ Stantord Journal had forgotten that in Shelby county once On the premises 4 miles from Rich- Â¬ dec 7 2t rived when a number of vehicles carÂ¬ this is Uncle Sams country wheu the mond ou the Four Mile road my per Â¬ Dr C S Holton has been quite sick ried the little chatterboxes to their subjoined was writteu Dont fail to call on Armer for every sonal property 2 pieces of laud and What is in a name1 the poet with measels for the last two weeks and is thing in the jewelry Hue homes busily chatting about the de- Â¬ iilCtf rent nut my home place The person Â¬ Lots There is Sam Miller of still confined to his room wrote alty consists of lightful time at the party Lancaster Deputy Collector Sara Dont buy your Christmas presents Household nnd Walton of Lancaster Superintendent Mr R W Smith who is representing until you see the handsome display James J Adams who has been visit Â¬ of a Government Department Sara Duncan Co Grocers In Cincinnati Peacock of Lancaster Postmaster aud that Armer will show you next week ing his parents in this city for the past was at home for a few days last week of Lancaster at his store 7dlt two weeks left for his home in Rich Â¬ Sam Burdett Sams are goingRevenue and Stock to run Agent If the Mr Frank Ball of Fort Worth Texas including 5 Horses 14 Yearling Steers mond last uight Mr Adams has been this country why George will just step Armer has on elegant slock of 6 MHcb Cows 3 Steer Calves 100 Bar- Â¬ connected with the Register lor the down and out Anyway George was visited his old home here last week He nl6tf rels Corn 60 Bushels Wheat 60 Bush Â¬ last six years but will on his return the first at the helm of tbis government was a son ot C C Ball well known here watches clocks aud jewelry els Oats 2500 Bundles Oats 16 Tons to give the Sams accept the foremanship of the Climax and it may be right Sam Tilden saved before the war a showing Uncle Armer is giving some nice bargains Hay some Straw and Fodder He is ore of the best printers In the the country in 76 and 1 guess that is Mr Joe S Rice formerly of this place Go aud see his fine stock j nl6tf The lands to be sold consist of CO 3 State and Bro Tipton can congratu- Â¬ the reason the Sams are coming to the who has been telegraph operator for some ACRES on the Four Mile road milesrom Richmond known as the late himeelf on securing the help of so front Hurrah for the Sams Knox Hats 375 time at Lebanon has been transferred to Walker laud first class with good worlhy a gentlemen Horse Cave Ky Winchester Sun I have three dozen genuine Kuox hou of three rooms and kitchen and 3Iarriage Licences For November Mrs Tohn E Garner and daughter hats of the latest English styles which 32 ACRES on same road knnwu as The Paris Kentuekiaii Citizeu is re- Â¬ The following marriage licences were Ethel of Winchester returned to their I am selling at 375 apiece They sell Harper land 6 miles from Richmond My home place consists of sponsible for this Actus everywhere for 5 In Fleming issued for the month of November J O Lyteb 3t I well improved with good 81house 4 last week after county recently a preacher borrowed a H B Land aud Susie A March homeMrs B W Turnera short sojourn with You will be perfectly satisfied if you miles from Richmond suit of clothes to wear while baptising Wm L Smith and Delia Turner Terms made known on day of sale Mr June Park and wife of Irvine pass- Â¬ deal at Whites Drug Store n9tf a convert Mays and Amelia Hazelwood Somewhere in the suit John G Sale at 10 oclock Wednesday en ed through Richmond there was a deck of cards which the Speed McKIchen and Eliza Kindred Wood and llay 23n3t DILLARD COX route for Chicago where Mr Park will Delivered owner of the clothes forgot to take out Lee L Todd and Martha E Thorp on short notice Choice hay and before the parson and convert got P S Sowers and MoIIie Foster Janvs accept a position as salesman in a large T has revolutionised tbe either timothy or clover Excellent worm annus toe mh dry goods establishment tit of the water the cards were float-Â¬ E Friend and Fannie T Coyle Wm century Not least seasoned sugar tree wood half ing on the surfice Neither the parson A Vincent and Sarah F Fulks Chas arcane the wonders of Miss Belle Palmer who made her de2t T 8 Moberley Inventive progress Is a method and system of nor owner of the clothes are strangers B Keiklrk aud Sallie Ann Hunt Jas but last Wednesday evening is a very work that can he performed alt over the workers in Paris E Tiltou and Alice Shrewsberry T handsome girl She is tail his a stately Keep you chicken bouse clean airy country without neparatlnx the one can from thlr homes Pay liberal any Nancy N Vaughn presence is full of gaiety and will be a and give your chickens an occasional do the work either sex yooneor old no B Galloway aud spccinl ability required Capttnlnatneedeil Hogs Wm D Lewis anij Molley Finney charming addition to Louisville society dose of Ganters Chicken Cholera Cure yon are suited free Cat this oat and return you free some bing The highest price for hogs of which James H Jones nnd Laura B Hudson tons and we She has at present two very lovely guests and it will keep them in a good of ercat valuewill send and Importance to ynn that we have beard is 6 cents but some A will start you In business which will brine KDUtou aud Rosetta Thomas Miss Tomlin of Tennessee is petite and heally condition if It fails to cure you In more money right away than any- parties are holding for 5 and one man Tlios Scott and SHveny Riddle Jas pretty Miss Phelps of Richmond is a your chickens your money will be tnineeisein ine wona urana onint tree ess Trae 4c Uo Angosta Maine has 300 for which be asks 6jc Park and Lucy D Fowler slender and graceful brunette with re refunded by Stockton Willis nov It Add SO ly THEOLIMAX Santa Clans 3H5take A Christmas Uaulatu will be given at the Christian church Friday eve- Â¬ WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 ISS ning Dec 23 The work is full of bright happy eongs wdos duetts and There are 177 trotters in the United choritee Interwoven with interesting States with records that beat 220 dialogues Kingston Mr V ln quit AT COST I am going to the Dry SELLING OUT AT COST 15000 If Dollars Worth of c Goods business Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats flwi quit the AT COST I am going to Dry will open up a THE AND PAUCE DRY G60DS CLOTHING SHOE HOUSE Goods business will open up a Â¬ jHka F C HAYS isWss7 OF OlH Honse 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 Eichmond there- Â¬ fore all goods must be sold no matter what they cost I mean 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 Trion AAA Brown Cotton Extra Heavy Brown Cotton 10 4 Brown Sheeting 10 4 Bleached I am going 6c per yd Blankets 6c 15c fioo a pair Mens price to CLOSE Shawls at an Sheeting Lexington Yarnall colors Saxony Yarn all colors Ladies Red all wool Ladies - 20c died-in-th- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AKIH POWDER Absolutely Pure Yard WideHeavy Cotton 5c 6Jgc Bleached Cotton Lonsdale Bleached Cotton Masonville 8Jc Bleached Cotton Hope 8 Bed Ticking 10 and 15c 7 Shirting Cotton 6KC Ginghim for Aprons 8 and 10c Gingham for Dresses7 Calico 4 and 5c Plain Red Flannel 15 and 20c Twilled Red Flannel 20 and 35c Twilled Gray Flannel and 15c All wool Plaid Flannel 22c toe up Jeans 60c Bed Comforts Celluloid Collars Mens Celluloid Cuff OUT All wool Tricot 65c per lb Double fold Cathmcre 75c per lb 60c 30c 35c BOOTS A t HE 25c 50c 75c Z7iic 10 I2 P J all colors 15c ALL AT COST Babies Shoes Childrens Shoes Ladies Heavy Shoes Ladies Kid Shoes Ladie Kid fine cpsatkjr Mens Brogans Mens Shoes Button 1 Mens Shoes Lace Mens Shoes Congress 1 Cloaks and Jackets cheap to close out Cotton Cashmere Underwear White all wool Underwear all colors 4c 35c 75c 7c Velvet all colors Silk Velvet all colors 50c 40c Lace Curtains 50c Ladies White Merino UnJerwear 6c Mens Red all wool Underwear Mens Red all wool best Underwear 75c Hose for Ladies and Children cotton and wool at Cost Mens all wool Socks Mens Linen Collars Mens Linen Collars 10 15c 100 per pair Clarks ONT Spool Cottn6 spook 35c Floor Oil Cloth soc per yd Towels andXapkinSjanjr price to close out Plaid Flannel Skirts 90c All wool Jersejrs 50c Ladies all linen Hemstitched Hand- Â¬ All-wool teo f ijb 75c t aod 190 30 and 6c 15c kerchiefs Red Table Cloth Mens Boots Mens Boots 5c 25c per yd Boys Boots est quality 175 75c RUBBERS AND ARCTICS AT COST MENS AND BOYS CAPS A GOOD FUR HAT FOR FIFTY CENTS AMIOST GIVEN AWAY I will also sell my STOCK Mens Jeans Pants Boys Pants Mens Suits Mens Overcoats Boys Suits OP CLOTHING now on hand Cost to close it out at and below 125 HOGrJJONE 75c A nice pair Woolen Pants 50c Childrens Suits knee pants 100 50c Black Berkshire Sow oqq A nice All wool Test 125 A nice All wool Coat 200 Â¬ NOTICE 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 -- S Jan J W CROOKE F B CROOKE If a ist 1 ol IN F C HAYS - -- Saw 11 For Sale WI I VUIlf I am simply over stocked and must reduce same Â¬ IffOTZGSt LETTERS Dry Goods Notions Ladies Uderwear Gloves 4 SO NOTE THE PRICE Finest Embossed Gold Paper worth SI reduced to 50 cents Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced five-year-o-ld THEY KEEP EVERYTHING T to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced to 10 cents Everything at REDUCED PRICES T IS W DESIRABLE REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cents per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selec- Â¬ tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices named PUBLIC SALE ZIir THE- - GEO M WILLGING Ju1vij tf Saturday 1887 DRY GOODS LINE they sell at the same prices you have to pay for the same Goods J5CRIBNERV MAGAZINE i- - -- j Kitchen furniture Farming Im plemeiitsGraIn m AUY EASTEHK MARKET Â¬ SCRIBNER5 MAGAZINE 55 WiVWc -- lif 1if 1 You cannot buy in New York or Philadelphia the Goods they handle at lower prices than Crooke Son ask RfoxaxWfl illustrated and has already g aincd a more than jnational circulationcxceeding 125000 copies monthly rC t y A st frPRICE 25 CENTS A NUMBER- - S300 A YEAR- iwilh Messrs the Publishers enable us literature of G lves its readers it is fully and lasting interbeautifully value est and - Cloaks and Jackets in Large Variety GO AND SEP THEM 26octtf - Charles 5cribnerJ Jons to offep SCRIBNEFCS MAGAZINE with SEa tte t CLIMAX One Year For The Low Price of vre tragd raAcrnqw and PORTABLE ENGINES of all Bises 4oo Â¬ Dronrsssvi MUIWIUIUHAAIT I VNq lfcrll i r1JvSr5ssvJiJiolreMlB a BlAUOUUlUIIOAn rilfl jf TT Write for Free Circulars ROBINSON A CO Z Klchrtond Agents a 1 Tfcs asaoas 0 f TLA HbBO riT 1 r maiana Xi riyL WSwB1 Pf3j i n -- Prints hows through STABLE VENTILATION Bow Zt HOME JsTech j LOCAL DIRECTORY LODGE DIRECTORY TIME OF HOLDING CITV COVRT q i AND FARM t t S JIIannfacturejLi Trouble or DIElculty Thorecent death of ilmousln tho MASONIC Fool air poisons farm animals as there are two to tho vexed of thft wafir capsules rapidly and surely as it poisons human snarling and snapping saying sarcas tions ofso mistresses and servants A inventor Tcp3iiT Richmond Lodge No 35 meets 2nd Â¬ sug amylacese ILLUSTRATED cachets beings and in all cases the poisoning tio and biting things the idlers of the one and 41I1 Tuesdar in each month atten Â¬ capable misrrss usually keeps com- Â¬ thdidoalf J SPEED SMITH W M produce substantially the same effect family being busiest in this occupa- Â¬ petent help first because at once sho gests tthoSAijyagain drawing medi-Â¬ of Diislorm of tion Harpers Weekly has a well estab B J Neivlon Secretary loss of vigor and thrift culminating tion knows whethertho servant is already cation lished place at the leading illustrated in disease This alone would make it Spiced Fruit Pour quart of ripe what she desires or if not whether newspaper in America The fairness of While it would bo an unprofitable Richmond R A Chapter No 16 sa necessary to rcntilate stock shelters fruit three and one half pounds of she is amenablo to such teaching as undertaking for every dispensing phar Â¬ its editorial comments on current politics meets 3rd Tuesdav In each month as to ventilate our own dwellings But brown sugar one pint vinogar one hall soon make her satisfactory respect and confidence WF FRANCIS H P macist lo undertake the preparation of has earned for it the in addition the air in the former is teaspoonful each of cinnamon all impartial readers and the variety D P Armer Secretary But if the mistress herself would his own wafers it is believed that a of allexcellence of its literary contents more rapidly contaminated The mat Â¬ spice cloves a little nutmeg Boil make a poor servant if their positions profitablo business could booarHed on J and which include serial and short stories by RICHMOND COMMANDERY NO 10 ters thrown off by the lungs and the one hour Boston Budget were reversed then a bad servant will by at least one or perhaps oven more 4 the best and mot popular writers fit it skin of the farm animal are compared Regular meeting first Tuesday in each Excellent Ban Take one quart not bocomo a good ono in her scrvieo manufacturers in each country lo a for the perusal of people of the w idest month Visiting Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ with the air enclosed in the shelter of of flour mix with it one half teaspoon Â¬ A woman who knows nothing of certain ex ent the choice of tlds form range of tastes and pursuits Supplements ously invited to attend each apt to ezceel the deleterious ful of salt three teaspoonfuls baklnsr are frequently provided and no expense is as to of medication depend somewhttt upon cooking not J SPEED SMITH matter from the same organs of the powder mix thoroughly Than rnb deceive can cook givo orders so that the rate withwhlclv its existence or spared to bring the highest order of artis Â¬ into believing her Eminent Commander ability to bear upon the illustration of tic human being while the excrement of jn one half cup of butter four eggs she knows what she is talking about availability is kopt before the memory the changeful phases of home and foreign the farm animals must add much hurt- - UUO JiU - IUIIS t- - IUO UM1C1 1UUJ - 11 Ul m AUUl Armer Recorder DP It only noods a history In all its features Harpers though a well trained servant will of tho pre3criber ful matter to the air of their shelters gem pans and bake in a quick oven listen respectfully and wait a fitting slight impetus from time to time to Weekly is admirably adapted to be a Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksvillc It is not practicable to remove the Farmer and Manufacturer time to smile at or to tako advantage canso a preference in favor of tho welcome guest in every household meets Saturday evening before the full droppings as soon as they are deposit Â¬ Corn Cake Yelks of two eggs waior capsule- - over somo other forms moon in every month of her mistress ignorance ed and they together with the urine half a pint of cream or milk two tea T E SHANKS WM Unless the woman knows how when of medication although it Is by no nd the fermenting decomposing bed Â¬ spoonfuls of melted butter one spoon- Â¬ J M Smith Secretary and what to cook her orders are un Â¬ means intended to assert that this is ding are filling the air with hurtful ful of yeaU and meal enough for bak Â¬ timely and unseasonable PER YEAR She will in all cases tho best form Wo beÂ¬ matters with such rapidity as to call ing Let it rise over night and bake order a cook to boil ham and have it lieve however that it Ivfor insance HARPERS WEEKLY- 00 Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston loudly for thorough ventilation in a loaf in the morning This is for cold for lunch at 1 p nv and will preferable to golatlne capsules in tho HARPERS MAGAZINE 4 00 meets Saturday evening before the full Apparently many suppose that if experienced cooks to try Good Chter give her order at 11 a m1 Tho cook case of quinine HARPERS BAZAR 4 00 moon in every month 2 00 the foul air is allowed to escape and JAMES M BOEN W M Walnut Cake One cup of sugar measures her mistress at once Formerly tho wafer capsules wore HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE the pure air to enter the shelter can nearly one half cup of butter one and Postage Free to all subscribers in the J C Witt Secretary A housekeeper trying to conceal her pressed from the largo 6qnare waft ri sot be made too warm But this is one half cups of flonr one hnlf cap of ignorance from her servants by asÂ¬ for which Nuremberg ha i long been United Stales Canada or Mexico Waco Lodge No 338 at Waco meets not the case The bodily heat of the cold waer two eggs one half tea suming a t6ne of cmfidenca in giving celebrated At the present time how The volumes of the animals is being constantly produced spoonful of soda one teaspoonful her orders is a pitiable spectacle for evor they aro baked socially Tho with the first Number for Weekly ofbegin 4U1 Saturday in every month D G MARTIN W M each January by an internal union of carbon from cream of tartar one half pound of at heart they do notrcspocther W T Fielder Secretary cost of fit ing up a factory is very year When no time is mentioned sub the food taken into the stomach and walnuts Cut the nuts into fine pieces pretense as much as they small and the arringomcnts n quired scriptions will begin with the Number cur- Â¬ of oxygen from air taken into the Frost the cake and put whole nuts on would her lacit of knowledge if sho aro finiple requiring lrit little room rent at time of receipt of jorder John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at Bound Volumes of Harpers Week Â¬ Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every lungs hence by a slow combustion it top Boston Budget only cheap labor The most ex Â¬ and openly trusted them JOHN HILL W M for three ears back in neat cloth month is being as constantly radiated into The woman who can not build a pensive item of tho wholo is the forms ly Select the firmest and best heads binding will be sent by rhailf post paid or John G Taylor Secretary surrounding atniusphero If the of cabbage if you wish to save your the working fire In hor range a firo These are mado of two hinged pieces by express of expense provided the atmosphere is of a low temperature own seed Bury the beads or keep adapted to tho cooking specially on the material b iing cither steel or freight does free exceed one dollar per vol- Â¬ Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox not or if it is in motion the radiation is them in a place ot even temperature hand is not a cook even if she has brass Ono of the plates contains the ume for 7 00 per vojume town meets 3rd Saturday in every month Hence wo can retard mere rapid SANTFORD OLDHAM W M each fn the spring cutoff tho stalk to within committed to memory tho formula for concave tho other the convex pattern forCloth Cases Torbe sentvolume suitableÂ¬ this radiation by confining abont the two inches of the head cut a slit in the by mail postbinding will Jacob H Shearer Secretary putting together cortain kinds of of the wafors of t each animals a body of si ill air and this head and put the head in the ground food For thero is more in baking These forms rest upon ono or moro paid on receipt should 00be made by Post Berea Lodge No 617 at Betel meets Remittances we seek to do by sholtcrinc We also with the top barely exposed and it than making Tho best cake or specially constructed ovens heated Office Money Order of Draft to avoid 1st Saturday Wm M ADAMS W M seek by sholters to ward off snow and will then shoot up to seed bread may bo ruined by an oven too cither by gas or wood charcoal As chance of loss J C Davis Secretary rains for these being of a low tem Â¬ Newspapers are not to copy this adver- Â¬ Mr-- N J Shepherd of Edon Ma hot or too cool and the oven heated soon as the opened forms resting on perature falling upon the animals aversatilo writer for the press tells to tho right degree for cake is not tho hot oven having acquired the tisement without the express orders of 0 0 F chill them as the bodily heat is rapid Â¬ the Swine Breeders Journal that ho ready for bread and so ou to the end proper temperature which is easily Harper Brothers Address Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F HARPER BROTHERS ly transferred to the snow or rain meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows has never been able to sco that there of the chapter Half the fire that is recognzjd by allowing a drop of New York nov3ofV Hallon Main Street A geBtle current will not abstract has boon any gain in keeping tho needed for baking will boil and broil water to fall uon them a certain MB ARBUCKLE NG the bodily heat so rapidly as to men Â¬ growing or stock hogs fat The only and toast to perfection and all these quantity of a mass prepared from Frazee Secretary ace the health of the animals or to time that it is necessary to havo the points must bo understood before ono wheat starch is sproad upon one of ow60 a large consumption of food in hogs fat is when tin y are ready to can so manage a firo as to havo it the plates and tho other plate gradual Â¬ Boone Encampment N040 meets e very the production of bodily heat In fact market It is not a good plan to stint ready for each and all these divisions ly foldod over it first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Tho latter te retard the escape of this beat as the hogs this is worse than keeping of cooking as the proper moment for through its own weight expands Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky W L FARLEY C P ranch as wottld be done by keeping them too fat both extremes should bo the separate uses comes the mass so that it forms a per-Â¬ ILLUSTRATED L J Frazee Scribe abet the animals for a long time a avoided with breedingor growing pigs Thus we see inexperience announc- Â¬ fectly uniform liyer The excess of body of perfectly still air would be or hogs ing itself in late meals from too little tho mass which is squeezed nut at tho Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No Harpers Bazar Is a home journal unbeakhfuL A vertical current of air Tho second Thursday in each month Remove tho fire at the right moment burned toast side U simply scratched off Cocoanut Biscuit It combines chorceHterature and five art 3 meets Fellows Hall e geatly that it will not materially shell and dark skin from afresh cocoa and steak from too much cake crusted forms are teu op ned and tho illustrations with the latest intelligence re- at Odd reduce the temperature of the shelter nut and grate it Simmer it slowly top and bottom and lead like in the R A BARLOW Captain sheet taken out This garding the fashions Each number has will nevertheless be ample for ven Â¬ L J Frazee Clerk for half an hour in a quart of milk and center good sweet loaves of bread sheet contains as many half wafer clever serial and short stories practical tilation A verticle current is better tho milk from tho nut in an oven too conk or with upper capsules as thero aro patterns When and timely essays bright poems numer- Â¬ KNIGHTS OP H0X0R than a horizontal one for it will not thena squeeze all etc Its pattern sheet and strong toivoL Add to the milk crusts like charcoal and soggy bases freshly tako i from the form theso ous sketches supplements will alone help in Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets fashionplate Etrike so immediately and directly sheets are very brittle bat after boing from an over heated oven yeast or ladies to save many times the cost of the everly Fridaj evening in Odd Fellows upen the animals This vertical cur one gill of compressed teaspoonful one ot If wo wcro to opon a cooking school laid aside a few days they absorb subscription and papers on social eti Hall at 7 oclock gill of liquid yeast a rest is easily got The air being salt and flour enough to make a soft the first lesson would bo how to build enough moisture from tha air to perÂ¬ quette decorative ait house keeping in all W B BENNY Dictator heated by the heat radiated from the dough let it rise until light and then a five in an empty stove the second mit being cut or trimmed Tho next its branches cookery etc make it useful James Tevis Reporter animals is made lighter and rises to knead and bake in form of small loaves would bo how to rebuild a fire if by operation then js tho cutting or punch- Â¬ in every household and a true prorroter of the root the foul air will pass out or biscuits ing out of the round wafers For this economy Its editorials are marked by CHURCH DIRECTORY this should go out accident Indianapolis Sentinel line while the outside pure air being admitted to The third should be how to keep a purpose thero are used cither simply good sensej and not a offendisthe There is no scrvieo to which a its columns that Could most fas ceWer and heavier will sink to take steady heat tho fourth how to con- Â¬ punches or punching machines worked its place This verticle displacement horse can be put that wears him out trol or temper tho heat so as to havo by treadles by means of which each tidious taste BAPTIST He is so quickly as drawing a sleigh of air is so gentle that the outside it quick for one hour if needed and separate wafer is cut out Theso aro Cane Spring Calvinist ist Saturday tho resistance of a air that eaters will scarcely lower the used to and whon ho finds thatbuggys slow and steady for the next if ono then counted and put up in packages and Sunday Pat tor Rev Wiliam Ru weight ho has temperature of the shelter The open pard After this is well learned it A well trained girl is ablo to bake in PER YEAR him he desired nothing so to speak ings in the roof can be protected from runs through hinisoJf bi hind suppose is soon enough to allow a pupil to one day twenty thousand such wafers Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and People HARPERS BAZAR 4 00 Sunday bmw and raia by cupolas Pastor Rev T L Lawson the that because a liveryman charges five handle eggs and flour D so sooner and it req tires tlieyoscrvieo of only two HARPERS MAGAZINE 00 4 w la the less pretentious shelters the dollars an hour for a sleigh during tho and much is sadly wasted Christian girls to punch Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding HARPERS WEEKLY 00 4 opeeiBgs can be made just under the Pastor Eld A J Tribble at Work The mas3 of which tho v afers aro HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE 2 00 Saturday oaves They will as well suffice for few days of the sleighing season he is Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday composed consists of the purest wiicat Postage Free to all subscribers in the paying himself for storage of the cut- Â¬ ventilation while the eaves will keep Pastor T L Lawson starch mixed with water The best United States Canada or Mexico MARCHING OF ARMIES That In all ter during the rest of the year OBt the rain and the snow Saturday Kirksville Brick Church fuel is citltcr gas or wood charcoal cases the sides of the shelter are to be is not the case The Volumes of the Bazar begin with and Sunday Paitor Rev J A James Importance of Rapidity ot Movement Thero bcing only a few requisites it Hot Potato Salad A farmers wife The iu Modern Warfare Number of each y ear made as tight as possible except Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday will be easy to calc jlato the cost pf a the firstno lime is for January subscriptions This dish is generally served When mentioned The grand operations of war will de- Â¬ days turnout when and where the openings aro writes and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor will begin with the Number current at Rev cold but the following made for eat-Â¬ pend as they ever havo done on tho made under the eaves A small knot The whole art and myslory of tho Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and hele on a level with tho bodies of the ing hot may commend itself to some marching power of armies Take for manufacture centers iii tho forms time of receipt of order Harper s Bazar -- Bound Volumes of animals will reduce the temperature as it does to me B ill half a dnzon good example ths latest wars wherein which must ba nbtolutoly true and for three 3 ears back in neat cloth binding Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each of the shelter ten times as much and sized potatoes in slightly salted wa Â¬ troops of civilized nations havo been perfect If the forms are not exactly will be sent by riTail pottage paid or by Sabbath Praer meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev In 1880 General Roberts true tho wafers will bo uneven net accomplish one per cent as much ter and slice while hot or cut into engagod The express provided the freight does not ex Â¬ Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd in ventilation as two openings of half small cubes Ch p a small onion very marched 10 000 men and 18 guns from least defect of tho forms will bo prom- Â¬ ceed one dollar per volume for 7 00 per Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday volume a square foot each in the roof There fine and mix tilth it Sanson with Kabul to Kandahar a distancs of 323 inently visible upon the pn duct Cloth Cases for each volume suitable Pastor Rev E II Burnam should be no direct openings below in Â¬ pepper and a little prepared mustard miles The march was made in 23 The pioparation of fiat wafers such for binding will be sent by mail post paid Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday to the outer air and in one story Fry a few slices ot bacon to a nice days over the rough roads and moun on receiptof 1 00 each Pastor Rev B S Hunting brown remove the meat and into ain passes of Afghanistan Ho ar- Â¬ as are used for m iking sealing wafers structures no air shafts are needed Remittances should be made by Post sacramental wafrr wafer bottoms Union 1st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ the openings in the roof or under the the fat pour half teacupful of vinegar rived in time to relievo Kandahar and for ginger cake etc is much moro Office Money Order or Pratt to avoid day Pastor Rev John G Pond eaves will suffice John 31 Blahl in scald and pour hot over tho potatoes defeat Ayoub Khan and thus preserve simple than that if the medicinal chance of lots Viney Foik 4th Saturday and Sunday and servo at once Farm Field and to England a strong natural guard NcTutiatcrs are not to copy this adver N E Farmer Tho former aro baked in sim Â¬ tisement sriihout the express order of Pastor Rev J A James wafers Stockman against Russian intriguo and force of metalic forms which are however Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ Brothers Address Harper There are probably few men who arms Had ho been a day or two ilar ABOUT CORN FODDER day Pastor Rev smooth insula Thethicknoss HARPER BROTHERS have fed sheep for fifteen or twenty later Kandahar would havo fallen entirely Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ New York novjo tf of tho wafers depends of course upon Several Methods Which Add Considerably years who can say that they found General have the disance intcrrcining bctwocn tho would Ribcrts vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday to IU Feeding Value them in every case profitable and yet defeated and tho first phae of plates when they are closed Ameri in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and Economy being one of the most more men could probably say this of beencoming also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor struggle between tho En can Drugaist the profitable virtues it is desirable that sheep than could say it of either hogs glish bull and Russian bear would have Elder M Campbell farmers should exercise this virtue in or cattle Fat sheep never advance been precipitated tho Franco It THE TREASURY VAULT CATHOLIC the disposal of the corn fodder It is to the extreme values occasionally 11 Prussian war if McMahnnhad marched Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ common to see the larger part of it reached by other fat stock but at the One of ttiB Mont Perfect Store Uaoms for as rapidly as did the Crown Prince of Pastor Rev Father days 10 A M wasted in the manure yard thrown same time they are less apt to go to Prussia he would have reached Mctz Coin Erer Constructed AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY Haley the Treasury and out and trampled in the mire This is an extreme the other way In fact in time to relievo I dropped and tho disaster looked nt tho into it DISCIPLES OF CHRIST workmen who are on ferwant of a knowledge or will to taking a term of years together no of Sedan would have been avoided Harpers Young People interests all Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding feed it properly Prof Hinry of the other stock shows as great uniformity We all know how Grouchy lost Water- Â¬ gaged in constructing the new vault young readers by its carefully selected Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden Tho Treasury itself looks like a tomb variety of themes and their Wisconsin Experiment station be- Â¬ in its quotations Tho man who com- Â¬ tho tinio Sunday PastorEId J W Harding lieves that 40 per cent of the fodder mands the fleeces and the carcasses ot loo by not appearing at It has great somber columns down treatment It contains the hest srral 5th calculated and how each side Glade 4U1 Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ is lost by feeding it whole We think a nice bunch ot wethers every year Napoleon had of it and the doors of its and short stories valuable articles on sci- timely ar-Â¬ it Elder Colier the loss is oven greater than this and finds sheep feeding profitable Na- Â¬ Wellington won whoby the marched in basement aro so cut that they look as entitle subjects and travel historic and bio- Â¬ day Pastor2nd Sunday and preceding Kirksville had rival of Bluchcr graphical sketches papers on athletic Saturday Pastor Elder though thoy were dug out of a solid that fully two thirds by weight is lost tional Stockman Joseph Ballew haste at the sound of battle And exÂ¬ rock Every thing about it is massive sports and games stirring poems etc by leeding corn fodder whole while Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and ample after example might be cited to contributed by the brightest and most fa 69 per cent of it or more is utilized by tho and it makes me think more EFFECT OF NICOTINE prove that upon thn marching power Bank of England than any other oi Â¬ mous writers Its illustrations are numer- Â¬ preceding Saturdays B babbam school 10 build ous and excellent Occasional Supple- Â¬ A M Pastor Elder cutting it and feeding it with meal C Hagerman This is a most important saving for Irritation of the Stomach Produced 7 alone of armies has depended isthe fatoÂ¬ ing I have seen It is made in tho ments of especial interest to Parents and Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and the Use of Tobacco actualof battles and nations It If as we believe well saved corn fod Â¬ shape of a hollow square with wide Teachers will be a feature of the forthcom- Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor I suppose that the least harmful alone der is worth from S5 to tS mr ton mothod of smoking is the use of a ly a fact that taotics tiers of granite walls running around ing volume which will comprise fifty three Elder L H Reynolds of questions of when hay is worth 8 to 812 and clean pipe with mild tobacco a pipe independent is in this weekly numbers Every line in the paper a court in the center Richmond Services every Sunday armament quality of court that the new vault is It superior Prater more in proportion as hay is worth that has not absorbed the nicotine being built is subjected to the most rigid editorial Sunday school at 930 A M troops etc ha very seldom decided Its interior will bo cut up into cells scrutiny in order that nothing harmful meeting Wednesday evenings mere the loss of one half of this The harrofnlness of a pipe comes of its may enter its column Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ valuable feed is a serious affair Few having absorbed a great quantity ot tho success of a battle On tho other walled with iron lattice work and tho farmers have the true idea of the act- Â¬ nicotine so that you are constantly hand many campaigi shave been won workmen are now riveting the Iron A n epitome of everything that is attract- Â¬ day Pastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor ual value of fodder corn or of corn taking more of it into your system with scarcoly a gun being fired by tho bars composing It U gcther These Tsars ive and desirable in juvenile literature Elder L H Reynolds grown for fodder as much as for The cigar would come next in favor strategic marching of armies under a must be very strong as the weight of Boston Courier A weekly feast of good things to the grain It is or may be made the chief Of course the stronger a pipe is tho skillful general Often also has tho tho silver which is to be put in the vault EPISCOPAL every support of the stock for the winter more nicotine there is in it and the loss of life on a march been fully as will bo immense There was a portable boys and girls in Union family which it Richmond Protestant Services every zisits Brooklyn and can be crown for fS per ton dry more nicotine you have the greater is great as that caused by a battle Thus furnaco blazing away within the It is wonderful in its wealth of pictures Sunday morning and evening and on tho weight Tom it is the cheapest fod tho chance of injuring your system in tho winter campaign of 1877 78monj vault and four men wcro carry- Â¬ information and interest Christian Ad- Â¬ Friday evening Pastor Rev W Y Russians under Gurko lost 2000 Sheppard der that can be procured ing red hot rivets and sticking vocate N Y The chief constituents of tobacco The present method of reducing corn smoke are water carbonic acid car- Â¬ from freezing in one storm lasting them through tho holos which had METHODIST stalks to a condition for feeding needs bonic oxide in a state of gas and nico-Â¬ fonrdays through which they marched been drilled in theso iron bars They TERMES Postage Prepaid 200 Per Year College Hill Centenary M E 1st tho were then same storm During the improvement A mere cutting leaves tine livltcJ by tho pounding of Vol IX began November I 1887 Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ division a heavy hammor while a man hold an i Russian Twenty fourth the stalks in short pieces with sharp ing and night Prayer meeting every alWhen a man smokes too much the ex- Â¬ at lost 6000 pas Shipka Specimen Copy sent on receipt of teo ternate Wednesday night Sunday school edges which cut the mouths of the an Â¬ cess produces an irritation of the men 80 per cont of its strength from iron mallet against them at tho back cent stamp imals and cause considerable pain stomach and the every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Each of theso lattice work widls re- Â¬ membrane secretes Single Numbers Five Cents Each Grider The writer has found that whole irregularly and does not produce the the same cause Tho terrible losses quire 2500 rivets and it will tako Remittances should be made by Post College Hill CM E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ stalks which can be chewed from end due amount of gastrio fluid That is Napoleons army experienced in its moro than 100000 of theso rivets to Office Money Order or Draft to avoid retreat from Moscow are familiar his Â¬ fasten the iron work of tho vault to Â¬ chance of loss day morning and night Prayer meeting to end are eaten more easily than the the first phase awhile tho Â¬ short sharp edged pieces left by the stomach gets into After a condition tory F Y Post Newspapers are not to copy this adver- Â¬ every alternate Wednesday night Sun- Â¬ gether The vault is to contain 100 Passuch without the express order of day school every Sunday morning fodder cutters It is not mnch better that it tolerates this 000000 which is such an immonse tisement tor Rev D P Ware state of existence when the cutter crushes the stalks for so that there is Ohio Men at Washington sum that few pcnplo can comprehend Harper Brothers Address Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples not the same nausea HARPER BROTHERS the sharp edges still cut the mouth produced In an old smoker that we it It will give some idea of it to nov30 tf Providence istand3d Sunday morn- Â¬ New York Â¬ Tho finest houses in Washington uro know that its weight will bo 3580 What is wanted is a shred- find in a younger smoker Whether ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson or der that grinder will smoking is good for a man depends owned by O do men Colonel Ander- Â¬ tons or tho weight of 85800 men of Richmond South Sunday school reduce the stalks to a fibrous on his organization sons at tho corner of Kand Sixteonth 200 pounds each Think of tho heavi- Â¬ 930 T J Scott Superintendent Services I do not mass This may be done by means of that smoking is ever beneficial think streets has for years boon one of tho est mau you know and it would tako every 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings at for 11 A M and every Sunday night at 7 P show placos of the city Another 85 000 such mon to weigh as much as steel cutting plates centered eccen- Â¬ nervous man Then again much de-a Â¬ M Pastor Rev I A Henderson trically so as to slice the stalks longi Â¬ pends on how much a man smokes at the corner of Sixteenth and II streets docs this silver It would tako 178 tudinally and reduce them to shreds and when he smokes There are cer- Â¬ is owned by Colonel Jchn Hay who freight cars to carry it and it would PRESBYTERIAN Sons The sugar makers use a shredding ma Â¬ tain men who when they aro tired moved to Washington from Cleveland take a train a mile and a qunrcr long Steinway Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5 chine consisting of a drum covered when their nervous system has been about two years ago Tho third and to transport it Its weight would bo Hazleton Bros Sundays with teeth like those of a circular saw on too great a strain will smoke one perhaps the finest will bo ready for so much that 6 locomotives could Formans Chapel 4th Sunday Christie occupancy this winter It is situated hardly haul it and if theso dollars by which the stalks are reduced to or two cigars they will become qnieL Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor pulp Either of these methods would The nervous man should not smoke at on K street next door to the houso were laid out so that ono just touched New England RevWm Crow where W M Evarts lived whon SecÂ¬ the other they would make be effective for the purpose desired Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ alL Phlegmatic persons would be a line 2 end would add a largo percentage to least liable to be harmed day Prayer meeting Wednesday night Dr W ZL retary of State under Hayes and whero 305 miles long If they were put into and other Pianos his daughter dispensed to thousands a floor edge the feeding value of the fodder Richmond North Services 11 A M Butler in Epoch tacdgp they would car the celebrated Ensilage seems to be the corollary of Evarts chocolate Cottage Organs and 3 P M Pastor pot ten times the area of theCipitoI or Chicago This new place is tho property of B moro than thirty acres Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ corn fodder and that one is specially Warming Poultry Food and if ihey wero days H Warder formerlyof Springfield O made for the other It is as easy to piled one upon another they would Sundays 1030 A Experienced poultry breeders ap- Â¬ where ho amassed a fortune as a man Â¬ grow SO tons of corn as it is to get 1 reacn much more than 1 500 times as PIANOS AND OKUAKS FOR RENT M Ford 2nd and 4th and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M ton of timothy hay and to grow 40 preciate the importance ot warming ufacturera fortune to which he has high as the Washlnsrton monnmonL Rent applied as part payment Pastor Rev L H Blanton D D tons of it as 2 tons of timothy Ma Â¬ the food given to the poultry during since added by prulent real rstato making a solid column el silver moro Write For Prices and Terms the cold weather but many farmers as ventures in Washington Chicago than 177 miles high nure and cultivation only are re- Â¬ A million dol Â¬ LUKE U MILWARD MADISON C0DNTY DIRECTORY quired to produce tho largest crops of well as novices do not seem to as they Feus lars in silver is no small quantitv and do not practice it Our method is to 8 and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky By some curious metamorphosis when you pack 8100000000 into a it CIRCUIT COURT Tho exports of leaf tobacco from vault it has to be as strong as stone not explicable by the chemists a warm all the food whether mixed or June 22 tf In feeding the United States in tho first eight and iron can make Judge J R Morton large part of the nutriment contained cracked or fed whole To rob this it Commonwealths Attorney CJ B rocs in the ereen fodder is lost in the whole corn warm it thoroughly in the months of the current calendar year vault will bo a physical impossibility ton oven nearly parching it and then lot amount to 152 454573 pounds valnod To tunnel into it one would Â¬ drying and consequently it is desir havo to go Rewarded are Uiom wlio road Master Commissioner J R Burnam against 194060498 under the whole Treasury building able to cure it in the silo when the it cool off sufficiently to admit of the at fl218S8C0 inuana men act they will Clerk W H Miller nnd honorable employment eating loss of available nutriment is very fowls cooked It without discomfort pounds in the corresponding period of and ho would havo to drill through a COMMON FLEAS COURT food which is fed from 1886 valued at 818224476 The aver floor of cement and chilled steel before their homes and families Tha proais are alL The result is that The little if any at are time to time should be given warm Judge T ago export price of 1837 was 78 cents ho got to the coin Tho slightest noise niade andmntlnowI uikliir several hunderd Scott easy for any one 10 if a farmer grows corn for fodder he and when necessary warmed over Master Commissioner S E Scott Is a pound and that of tho samo eight would bo sura to bo heard and the ranke5 and upwards per day must cure it in a silo and If be wants Sid wllt JhBtowork Clert W H Miller time to time It is surprising mouths of 1886 was 9S cents a pound movement of a single bag would cause a silo he must grow corn to fill It from a difference warm food will Everythfoc TIME Lnorileded Mre Krt y Of HOLDING COMMON fLEAS COURT required you In the last series of ten fiscal years the such a rackot as to bring the guard reader can dolt a well aa anv with Ho doubt the remark that farm Â¬ what in the make supply of eggs during the export pricos were none as low as in down upon him instanter No attempt ummm once for lull particular onev7ntn which we in First Monday In January 1st Monday ers who have silos and have grown continuance of cold weather June and 3rd Monday in October and the calendar year 1887 so far as it has has I think over been mado to rob tha mall free Address Btlnsoa Co Portland corn to fill them with are not borrow- Â¬ Maine novEOly time op holding circuit court ex Â¬ especially so if the fowls are well gone except 1879 and 1880 a decline United States Treasury and the safe Â¬ ing trouble about the result of the tremely dry weather which has preÂ¬ sheltered and properly cared for other ol 15 cents being shown as compared guards about it are so strong that none Third Monday in March and Septera- wise St Paul Pioneer Press with that period of 1836 Louisville but the craziest of men would think of Bea Wonders exist In thousands of tier vailed the past sumroor is true and form but are Bnrpasnod by the TIME OF Courier Journal Washington Letter in trying it the sDo are in Â¬ IIOLblNG QUARTERLY that fodder corn and marvels of Inveutlou Those who BTA In Savannah Kews nf nmflnhl MA A Buffalo inventor will soon make dispensable to every woll managed COUNTY COURT can be done while living ar homo should nt Mr T P Wnito asserts that tho farm and a great economy in the feed Â¬ a public test of an odd looking street Qjrarterly Court fourth Monday in A black walnui log of extraordina Â¬ ncS n her address 10 Hsllett Co Port ing of stock The saving of labor over sweeper on which he has been at work salts formed br fruit acids and tin are ry size was recently shipped from Bal- Â¬ idVMlne5ndTeceve free iaU Informa- - January April July and the and Monday perdy the ordinary method of curing fodder for a year It is intended to clean tho harmless and that the poisoning by timore to the river Clyde In Scotland fK7 uJ upward wherever in Octobir - Capital not HiiveJroaIUrteree- over 50 In a County Court of Claims 2nd Monday corn is very considerable and will streets without sprinkling them It is canned fruits must be duo to solder or It was seventeen feet long- - and forty fiaye nnde a this work easily pay a largo par of tho cxpenso covered with canvass worked by other impurities arsenic copper or two inches broad containing oyer two jy Monday in each drkansaur Traveler steam and is a very Imposing structure lead hundred rnbic feet of wood of growing the crop 2L Y Times monttefj 5 My Be Secured Without exquisite pain we contrive to give people whom we really lovo very much We give it by It is wonderful the X Few Pertinent jSncsrestlons Concerning Frac Ileal Uoasekoeplnj As there are tn o bides to most ques- Â¬ MISTRESS AND MAD r CACHETSANDWAFERS The- tSIuiple Pmcetif imploycd In Their - 1888 - Fjrt Saturday in every month COUKTY OFFICBRS 1 Harpers Weekly C Chenaut County Judge County Clerk UTiomas Thorpe County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B Deaihcrage Jailor George V Maupn Coroner Alexander Norrk Surveyor B F Crooke Asbor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda Million CITY OFFICERS u ML LI AND BUILtJE 1 i OOlffTK ACT 3R prepared to do al k BUJLD1NG AND WOKK ir City City City City Judge II C Rice Attorney A J Reed 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