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Print ShoYJsthvoufW P T 2 esI--t jBfiTj 1 i l I v s iSPvhE i i 3rs3er NUMBER w VI I THE CLIMAX VOLUME r- - EICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 14 1887 tree traders Is mischievous and far removed from any consideration for the public good The simple and plain duty which we owe the people ii to reduce taxation to the necessary expenses of an economical operation of tbe Government and to restore to the business of the country the money which we hold in the Treasury through the perversion of Govern- Â¬ mental powers These things can and should be done with safety to all our Industries with- out danger to the opportunity for remunerative labor which our worklngmen need and with benefit to them and all our people by cheapen- Â¬ ing their means of subsistence and increasing the measure of their comforts The Const tntion provides that the President shall from time to time give to the Congress in- Â¬ formation ot the State of tho Union It has been the custom ot the Executive In compliance with this provision to annually exhibit to the Congress at the opening of its session the gen- Â¬ eral condition of the country and to detail with some particularity the operations of the different executive departments It would be especially agreeable to follow this course at the present time and to call attention to the valuable accomplishments ot these departments during the last fiscal year But I am so much impressed with the paramount Importance ot the subject to which this communication has thus far been devoted that X SriALL FOREGO THE ADDITION Or ANT OTHER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 26 BUSHED VERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax PRICE Painting YEAR Co IB IK One Subject PER Professional Cards A Wilkes Smith D D S jeBiiFFICE n M tMiiii lVi 150 The President Discusses but -- Tie Tariff United States is Collecting Too Hncn Honey From the People Main street two doors june22 lf J C MORGAN t DDS D003 jafcirFItE NauoiiHl t Z2K over Madi Bank Ricbmeud Ky MaiH Mreet Not Want the Internal Bovo nuo Taxes Reduced RcvalU from the Continued IVhcre It DR J M 111 WHAN POYNTZ AND If nUaatcr Slant Hi 1 Hi E unj Drug StH e SURGEON PecoinI street over Madi- - Inaction or Con re ceedlngly objectionable In principle as estab Â¬ lishing too dose a relationship between tho operations of tho Govennent Treasury and the business of the country and too extensive a com mingling of their money thus fostering an un natural reliance in private business upon public funds If this scheme should be adopted it should only be done as a temporary expedient to meet an urgent necessity Legislative and Executive effort should generally be in the op posite direction and should have ajendency to divorce as much and as fast as can safely be done the Treasury Department from private enterprise Of course tt is not expected that unnecessary and extravagant appropriations will be made for the purpose of avoiding the accumulation of an excess of revenue Such expenditure besldo the demoralization o all just conceptions oi bublic duty which it entails stimulates a habit of reckless improvidence not in the least con slstent with the mission of our people or the high and beneficent purposes of our Government I have deemed it my dnty to thus bring to the knowledge of my countrymen as well as to the attention of their representatives charged with tbe responsibility of legislative relief the gravity of our financial situation The failure of the Confess heretofore to provide against the dangers which it was quite evident the very nature of the difficulty must necessarily produce eauseJ a condition of financial dstress and apprehension since your last adjournment which taxed to the utmost all the authority and ex pedients within executive control and these appear now to be exhausted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TUETRMEU WnO HAS HO EHEEP scheme obliged in bis purchases ot clothing and woolen goods to pay a tribute to his fellow farmer as well as to the manufactur er and merchant nor is any mention made of told that a high duty on Imparted wool Is neces sary for the benefit of those who have sheep to shear In order that the price ot their wool may be increased They of course are not reminded that CHICKEN Is by this Cholera Cure yjy PsTYTrT- - J2 ajo la Pull Knt Ilolong the icnonMblllty The 3Ie june22f G W EVANS M D s -- operation of present laws trom the Iodstries a4 Beeesettiesof tbepeopte laiely exceeds the aug 24 ly m neeotoary to Bieet ex the in rui Medicine and Surgery ot the ROTernroent Then tie KH IIMONDKY that the theory of our iastltuttoBs I Ii V ShhmI street over Dykes eajoymeut guarantees to every citizen the full -of the f rnlU of his industry and en juiw22t if terprise with only such deduction as may be his shore towards the careful and economical M maintenance of the government which protects KY htm It is plain that the exaction of mors than 1N STREET this is indispensable extortion and a culpable betrayal of American fairness and Justice Jhis Up Mairs I to wrong inflicted upon those who bear the burden The Largest and Finest Hotel of National taxation like other wrongs multiin the city plies a brood of evil consequences The public treasury which should only exist as a conduit conveying the peoples tribute to TARIFT OS WOOI IS tlIUSO RT 4 VJCIOCS rxEQC TVBLE AND ILLOGICAL dor at Iarls Ks lefritimate objects of expenditures becomes i - iirofts4oHl st rvlees to the And above when It must be conceded that a hoarding place for money needlessly with Source of unnecessary taxation ought to be at the IncreasealL the cost ot the living caused by ot Tho Rt Hon Edward Robert Bul According to rooms drawn from trade and the peoples use thus once revised and amended These laws as their such tariff becomes a burden upon those with -- ame IJeMtiettV Ihu iflice wer Lytton is better known to the crippling our National primary and plain effect raise conr HvriMhHin ilritg Mre countrys development energies suspending our sumers of all articles importedthe price to to moderate means and the poor the employed world as a poet and m ritcr of fiction 1 Turkish and Russian Baths in and subject Smmm Mrerls la productive enterpriseinventing investment duty by precisely the sum paid for such duties and unemployed the sick and well and the f Main mim threatening financial young and old and that It constitutes a tax than by his achievements as a states- Â¬ Hotel Ky jdly7 ly disturbance and inviting schemes of public Thus the amount of tbe duty measures the which with relentless grasp is fastened His record in tho oct2G ly plunder This condition of our treasury Is tax paid by those who purchase for use upon the clothing of every man woman and man and diplomat not altogether new and it has more than these imported articles Many of these child in the land reasons are suggested why latter capacity is similar to that of UC once of late been submitted to the peoples rep things however sre raised or manufactured the removal or He entered the diplo- Â¬ reduction ot this duty should be Lord Lyons in our own country and the duties now lev resentatives in the Congress who atone can ap inclcdt d in avision ot our tariff laws matic service when eighteen years old ply a remedy And yet the situation still con led upen foreign good products are and Inspeakingof the cost to the conKY FORI tinues with aggravated incidents more than cabed protection to these home manufac sumer of our homeincreased manufactures resulting being appointed in 1819 Attache to his - 2 i 4 MiHk ih tlie af-- ever presaging financial convulsion and wide turers because they render It possible for from a duty laid upon Imported articles of the uncle Sir Henry Bulwer at Washing- Â¬ 11 irspread disaster people who those to I lirtkejV situation becauseIt will not doare neglect this mtke of our taxed articlesare manufacturersfor to same description tho fact is not overlooked ton In 1852 lie was transferred to HrlMl Mr these a and sell them its dangers not bow palamon our domestic producers pably imminent and apparent They exist none price equal to that demanded for the Imported that competition effect of keeping the price ol Florence and two yeari afterwards sometimes has the the leas certainly and await the unforeseen and goods that have paid customs datv So It hap- their products below the highest limit allowed was removed to the Embassy at Paris D unexpected oecasion when suddenly they will pens that while comnaratlvel a few use the by Such duty But ft Is notorious that this Hu was flicncc promoted in 1856 to imported articles milliors of our people who competition is too often strangled by combinaprecipitated upon us SURGEON beOn the loth day of June IAN AND excess of rev neer use and neter saw any of the foreign tions quite prevalent at this time and fre-Â¬ The Hague and in April 1858 ap-Â¬ products purchase and use things of the same quently enues over public expenditures after complying pointed first paid Attache at St Peters- Â¬ I11E HAUL KY with the annual requirement of the sinking rami kind made in this country and pay therefor CALLED TRUSTS burg From thence after a short stay nearly or quite the same enhanced price which Which have for their object the regulation ot act iroeiatial service- to the Junewas1 JI797ST8I during the jenr ended the duty adds to the imported articles Those the of two months lie was removed to Con- Â¬ such excess amounted to W486 supply and price of commodities made and sold who buy Imports pay the duly charged thereon M6S8 and during the year ended June 30 by members of the combination The people stantinople and in 1859 transferred Into the public tn asury but the great majority H87 It reached the sum of fM 5iTSie5l can hardly hope any consideration in the to Vienna There ho was employed IJeriTiri The annual contributions to the sinking fund of our citizens who buy domestic articles ot operation of these for however schemes years above specified amount Â¬ the same class pay a sum at least approximately In the absence of selfishcombination If a healthy as Second ScerctaryTrntil the beginning during the three such I XION CUT KY equal to this dnty to the home manufacturer and free competition ing in the aggregate to f and de reduces the price of any of the 3 ear 1863 when ho was pro- Â¬ MTvicen li ducted from the surplus as stated were made This reference to the operation of our tarifl particular dutiable article of home production H oierHHil by ealHng in or that purpose outstanding three laws is not made by way of instruction but in below the limit which it might otherwise reach moted to be Secretary of Legation at L EV per cent bonds by the Government During order that we may be constantly reminded of The year after he was such reduced Copenhagen tariff laws - GentryJi1 Alp 17 lt the six months prior to June 3ft 17 the sur- the manner in which they impose aburden upon under our manufactureand if withto thrive it is gazetted in tho same capacity to pnee its continues ICY LEXINGTON plus revenue had grown so lare by repeated ac- those who consume domestic products as well entirely evident that one thing has been discumulations an t it was feared the withdrawal as those who consume imported articles and covered which should be carefully scrutinized Athens whence in 1865 he was trans- Â¬ ffl D Bright A Hardin Mad- Â¬ thus create a tax upon all our people of this great sum needed by the people would ferred to Lisbon from thence to an It is not proposed to entirely relieve the In Theeffort to reduce taxation to maintain the rid in 1868 appointed to tho Secretary-Â¬ to aaVct the business of the country that necessity of combination s i 1 A X amlS U RG KOX i the sum of f7s410 of such surplus was country of this taxation It must be extensively price of any commodity to tbe tariff point fur Agents Fur Maili on County ship at Vienna tho same year and applied to the payment of the principal and In- continued as the source of the Governments in proof some one is willing to accept Uli HMOX1 KY terest of the three per cent bonds still out come and in a readjustment of our tariff the in- nishes prices thatsuch commodity and that such transferred in 1872 as Secretary of Em Â¬ sep2S ly for lower II vr Hti standing and which were then payable at the terests of American labor engaged in manufac it bassy to Paris Scarcely three months prices are remunerative and lower prices prooption of tin Government The pre c irious con ture should be carefully considered as well as duced by competition prove the same thing M Hf Â¬ mi dition of financial affairs among the people the preserv at ion of our manufacturers It may Thus where either ot these conditions exist a nftcrwards January 18 1873 ho sucI -- l il I still needing relief immediately after the 3Mh be called protection or by any other name but case would seem to be presented for an easy re- ceeded to tho title as the second Baron ini u iiiim il m i day of June 11R7 the remainder of the three relief fromtbe hardships and dangers of our duction of taxation The considerations which Lytton uii II lit IH I4 and in December 1874 was cent hinds amount present tarifl la s should be devised with espec il- - Mir llwMMKtl MX- - f Mi per with principalthen outstanding the sem ial precaaton against Imperiling tho existence have been prestnted touching our tariff laws appointed her Brittannic Majestys lag and interest to - -are Intended only to enforce an earnest recomM Hliel aril ClH mfetry Ambassador at Lsbon After occupying and the ot our manufacturing Interests Dut this ami fluid of JISA7730I were called infor theapplied tofiscal existence should not mean a condition which mendation that the surplus revenues of the jui n i ion staking fund contribution current that pot for a 3ear the Earl of Bea I H1 mniUon year without regard to the public welfare or a Na- Government be prevented by the iiiuHii Ixm1 REDUCTION OF OUR CUSTOM DUTIES consfield selected Lord Ltton as Vice- Â¬ t Notwithstanding these operations of the tional exigency must always insure the realiza nn l malt el hhi My tion of immense profits instead of moderately And at the same time to emphasize a suggest- - roy of India which high office he re-Â¬ Treasury Department representations of dis twcti exHHima i U ittaeiii l WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO we may tress in business circles net only continued bat proBtablercturns As the volume and diversity Ion that la accomplishing this purpose by grant- - signed in 1880 after having previously Smctily triide Hint we liuve a largr i j- of our National activities increase new recruits discharge a double duty to our people Increased and absolute peril seemed at hand well selected line of tariff In these circumstances the contribution to the are added to those who desire a continuation of lng to them a measure ofitrelief fromneededtaxa-- been created Earl of Lytton in tho and Is most and County and Viscount of Derby sinking fund for the current fiscal year was at the advantages which they conceive the present tlon in quarters where once completed by the expenditure of system of tariff taxation directly affords them from sources where it can be most fairly and Kncbworth of Knebwortli in tho So stubbornly have all efforts to reform the justly accorded of gov tcTt2SL53 in the purchase Countj of Herts From this long and Nor can the presentation made ot such conernment bonds not yet due bearing four present condition been resisted by those of our siderations be with any degree of fairness rej fellow citizens thus engaged that they can hard varied rcconl it will appear that tho cent interest and four and a half lilt 1IMOM KY the premium paid thereon averaging about ly complain of the suspicion entertained to a garded as evidence of unfriendliness toward Earl of Ljtton was eminently fitted for our manufacturing interests or of any lack of lHret5iig twenty four per cent Mr the former and eight certain extent that there exists r a niion given t appreciation of their value and importance hs present important post being ac- Â¬ i mil t AS OHGAXIZED COMDINATIOX per cent for the latter In addition to this the in Ea tern Kentucky These interests constitute a leading and most quainted with nearly every court in Eu- Â¬ Interest accruing during the current year upon All along the line to maintain their advantage n f in Climax tuiiUlmp S E We are in the midst of centennial celebra- Â¬ substantial element of onr National greatness rope l r Main anil rieeoml Streets up the outstanding bonded indebtedness of the and furnish the proud proof of Government was to some extent anticipated tions and with becoming pride we rejoice in progress But if in the emergency our countrys An Ambassadors social duties are that presses June 2i tf and banks selected as depositories of pnbUo American skill and Ingenuity in American en- upon us our manufacturers are asked to surnot always tho least important and money were permitted to somewhat increase ergy and enterprise and in the wonderful natrender something for the public good and to Lord Lytton possesses these gifts in a ural advantages and resources developed by a their deposits well centurys national growth Yet when an at- avert disaster their patriotism asalreadyas a superior degree coupled with his inti- Â¬ While the expedients thus emploved to re af- Â¬ grateful recognition ot advantages people the money lying idie in the tempt is made to justify a scheme which per lease to the willing co operation mate knowledge of Franco and tho treasury served to avert immediate danger mits a tax to be laid upon e ery consumer in forded should lead them to No demand is made that they shall forego all our surplus revenues have continued to accu tbe land for the benefit of our manufacturers The Parisian papers especial Â¬ Kit HMOND KENTUCKY the benefits ot Governmental regard but they French Â¬ quite be ond a reasonable demand for Gov- Â¬ mulate the excess for the present year amountly note tho social qualities of tho now can not fall to be admonished of their duty a Hur- - ing on the first day of December to S55J2S87D1 K AR iiii F ernmental regard it suits the purposes of nl Ht Etc in which you can find the Lad Lytton the wife Ambassador 1 advocacy to call our manufactures infant well as their enlightened self interest and safe and estimated to reach the sum of 14000 i liri t Street lu jimeSitl 809 en the 98th of June next at which date it Is industries still needing the highest and ty when they are reminded ot the fact that of the now Ambassador since 186 1 and TTWANCIAL PAKIC AND COLLAPSE greatest degree of faor and fostering care expected that this sum added to the prior ac Â¬ J- - A To which the present condition tends afford no a highly accomplished lady is the seccumulations Till swell the surplus in the treas that can be wrung from Federal legislation ury to 140090 000 There seems to be no assur- Â¬ is also said that the Increase in the price of greater shelter or protection to our manufacÂ¬ ond daughter of tho Hon Edward Vil It tures than to our other important enterprise ance that with such a withdrawal from us ot domestic manufactures resulting from the presliers and niece of the late Earl of the peoples circulating medium our business ent tariff is necessary in order that higher wages Opportunity for safe careful and deliberate re- Â¬ Clarendon who January 1 1879 was LATEST STYLES now off rered and none of us should be may Hit HMOND KENTUCKY not in tho near may be paid to our worldngmen employed in form is community LOWEST PRICES and time when distress which ivH ICE ni Firt Mreet same as future be subjected to the samethe same cause manufactories than are paid for what is called unmindful of aheedless of an abused and Irri- Â¬ I inclnded in the select list of recipients those who have retated people was quite lately produced from the pauper labor of sKurope AM will acknowl -tho Order of tho Imperial Crown of of 1 mily ccujned lv Oniuty sisted timely and reasonable Tellei may insist edge the force of an argument which Involves and while the functions ot our National Treastffi ffiJ ODEL Hi t oel6 ly ury should be few and simple and while its best the welfare and liberal compensation of our la upona radical and sweeping rectification of lnilia tCViicayo Trxlune would be reached I believe by its bor which Is honorable in the eyes of every thelrwrongs condition We do not intend lo be UNDERSOLD The difficulty attending a wise and fair revis- Â¬ A Use for Pine Waste entire disconnection with private business in American citizen and as it lies at the founda and to our customers we say we will tion of our development and progress it Is en ion of our tariff laws Is not underestimated It terests yet when by a perversion of its pur on the part ot Congress great la-Â¬ poses it idly holds money nselossly subtracted titled without affectation or hypocrisy to the will require It is found practicable at last to give you full value lor every dollar in- Â¬ from the channels of trade there seems to be utmost regard The standard of onr laborers bor and care and especially a broad and Na- Â¬ make the waste of pine sawmills avail- Â¬ vested with u and we urge you to reason for the claim that some legitimate life should not be measured by that of any other tional contemplation of the subject and a patrigive us an early call RICHMOND KY means should be devised by the Government to country less f avtred and they ore entitled to otic disregard ot such local and selfish claims as able for paper pu p In reducing tho are unreasonable and reckless of the welfare of wood to pulp bisulphate of lime has restore in en emergency without watte or ex- their full share of all our advantages 1 p on Setvinil Street june At Dy the last census it is mode to appear that of the entire country travagance such mosey to its place among the been used this powerful chemical act Â¬ Under our present laws more than four thouthe 17sai0B9 ot our population engaged in all people CS these ing on tho fiber only when heated At McKees Old Stand If such an euvigaocy arises there now exists kinds of indusries 760498 are employed In sand articles are subject tp duty Many ofmanuv agriculture 4 W i 28S in professional and person- do not in any way compete with our own Heretofore only lead - lined boilers june 22 9m bo dear and undoubted Executive power ot reredemption of three per al service 29 1870 of whom are domestic ser facturers and many are hardly worth attention would resist its action these however KT lief Heretofore the pavable at the option of vants as subjects ot revenue A considerable reduc- Â¬ and laborers while 1 819250 are employed bonds which were cent Kit HMOND KY the Government has afforded a means for the in trade and transportation and SS87112 are tion can be made In the aggregate by adding being costty and hard to keep in repair disbursement of the excess of our revenues but classed as employed In manufacturing and min them to the freellst The taxation of luxuries More recently there has been discov- Â¬ ti e on Second Street jme 22 tf presents no features ot hardship but the necesÂ¬ ered in Germany a these bonds have all been retired and there are ing kind of brick linipg saries of life used and consumed by all the peo- Â¬ For present purposes however the last num no bends outstanding the payment of which CO CLAUDE SMITH ber given should be considerably reduced ple the duty upon which adds to the cost tit for boilers which serves the purpose we have the right to insist upon Thecontribu A Without attempting to enumerate all it will be living In every home shou Id be greatly cheap-Â¬ in question The wood sawed in small tion to the sinking fund which furnishes the oc casion for expenditure in the purchase of bonds conceded that there should be deducted from ened is digosted with the bisulphate HAVE OPENED A NEW The radical reduction ot the dutleh imposed pieces has been already made for the current year so those which it lnoludos 375143 carpenters and upon raw material used in manufactures or its in large boilers lined with this brick joinors 285401 milliners dressmakers and seamthere Is no outlet in that direction V nirtii ein Madixmaiiilailjiiiiiing that the present state of legislation the only stresses 1712731 blacksmiths 113 756 tailors and free importation is of eonrse anlmpoiiant fac- heat being supplied through lead steam In c icti atiu in tlie Court or Apinwl tor In any effort to reduce the price ot these pretense of any existing executive power to talloresses 10S i7S masons 76 811 butchers 41 further being pipes not only part of our surplus time restore il- e in Master Commissioners revenues at this people any its expenditure con 398 bakers 228 plasterers 4 SSI engaged in necessaries it wouldcaused by relieve them from except nothing washing of necesiary thorough the fiber the increased cost the tariff on such manufacturing agricultural implcmentsamount by to the rH Circuit Clerks office material but the manufactured product being The bisulphato is madeon the spot by sists in the supposition that the Secretary of ing in tbe aggregate to 1S14023 leaving 2023 T ney carry chepened that part of the tariff now laid thus 8b persons employed in such manufacturing In the Treasury passing sulphurous vapor through por- Â¬ onWest Main Street dustries as are claimed to be benefited by a high upon such product as a compensation to our MAT rNTBH THE SIAHKET a general line of manufocturerers for the present price of raw ous limestone kept thoroughly wet and purchase bonds of the Government not yet tariff Such N Y Sun To these the appeal is made to save their en- - material could be accordingly modified due at a rate of premrarato be agreedTipon The only provision of law from which such a plQjBMHLand malntajfi ihelr wages by resisting reduction or tree importation would serve be sfde to largely reduce the revenue enange xnero snouii oe no disposition a power could be detfved is found in an appropri A voune Italian visitinsr Washinrr- TX IS KOT ArPARIST G TO ANSWER SUCH SUOqESTJOSa ation bill passed a number of years ago and it ton was sadly perplexed over our Ian- By the allegation that they are in a minority how such a eiahge canbave any injurious effect Is subject to the suspicion that it was in applicaunviug ueoii quite muisposea KarKtsi anl mofl complete ttick In tended as temporary and limited in its discre- Â¬ among those who labor and therefore should upon oar manufactures Oa the contreryj t guago continuingbetter chance prices xrjl Kentucky Our motto Best tion instead of conferring acondition ought to forego on advantage In the Interest of low it may would appear to give them manufacturers in an American friend inquired after his No foreign markets with the ot for the majority their compensation as tion and authority G n - hiiJ I was- - hfs- - sentcn M Baddah est con iteiit Prices exist which would Justify the grant of be affected by the operation of tariff laws other countries who cheapen their wares by health power to a sinjle oEkiaL upon his Judgment of should at all times be scrupulously kept in free material Thus onr people might have tbe tious reply with smile and a bqw CaRROTjEj or release lo the view and beyond the to withhold slight reflection they wfU No-c-- o 77 ai 1 T Did 30U bavo a cough v Main St Lexington Ky its neeessHff the people In from unusual manner not overlook yet with that they are consumers opportunity ot extending their sales them from They have the newest and besteoods an limits ot home consumption saving the tact basinets of JayingTiishandaympatheticallvapross and will sell for CASH at the lowest money held In the Treasury and thus affect at with tho rest that they Too have their own depression interruption in business ant Joss eetwis myEcntcrior prices bis win the financial situation of the country Â¬ wants and those o their families to supply from 1 caused by a glutted domestic market and his diaphragm Mr Smith in a practical tinner of and if it is deemed wise to lodge in the Secre their earnings ana tnat the price ot the neces- affording their employes more certain and Gddctt Days authority In the prestary of the Treasury the saries of life as well as the amount of their steady labor with Its resulting quiet and conSevern years experience and he will ent juncture to purchase bonds It should be wages will regulate the measure of their wel- tentment do all kinds of tin work rooting end The question thns imperatively presented for fare and comfort ptatalr vetted and prartaed as lar as possible Toung Gentleman So then if you repairing in the best style at lowest But the reduction of taxation demanded solution should be approached in a spirit higher know of a young lady wno is good with such checks and Urajutions as will define iuue22 tf rates this officials r ght and discretion and at the should be so measured as not to necessitate or than partisanship and considered In the light of Justify either the loss or employment by the that regard for patriotio duty which should looking young rich and amialjle same time releve him from undue responsibilcharacterize the action of those Intrusted with Agent interrupting him worldngman nor the lessening of his wages ity Allow mo the weal ot a confiding people But the obliga In considering the question ot purchasing and the profits still remaining to the manufacto tell you sir all that suffices me to bonds as a means oi restoring urcuuiuou iuo turer aftern necessary re adjustment should tion to declare party policy and principle is not Parts Jour furnish no excuse for the sacrifice of the inter- wanting to urge prompt and effective action make four matches with surplus money accumulating in the Treasury Ao Pllf UshomW be borne tamind that premiums must ests of his employes either in their opportunity Both of the great political parties now repre- Â¬ nal AmusanL SllTTTT upon such purchase that to work or In diminution of their compensation sented in tbe Government have by repeated p eome condemned there may be a large port of these bonds held Nor can the wodiers In manufactures fall to un and authoritative declarations lUCIlMOND KY An irate femala seeks admittance as investments which can not be purchased at derstand that while a high tariff Is claimed to be the condition of our laws which permit the coland that combinations among holders necessary to allow the payment ot remunera Â¬ lection from the people ot unnecessary reve Â¬ to the editors sanctum But I tell rents or explmnce- - nil kinds of iuit mice The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ most solemn Estate on reaboimblf terms and who are wilBng to sell may unreasonably en- tive wages it certainly results In a very large nue and have In the CORRECTIOZr manner you madam protests the attendant scription of MadUon county to Louisville PROiOSED ITS hance the cost of such bonds to the Govern- increase in the price of nearly all sorts of manufe resenls s Kire ami Kite ln- that the editor Is too 11 to talk to any and Nashville Railroad due in February factures which in almost countless forms be And neither as citizens or partisans are our j Companies bond a mood to condone -the deliberÂ¬ one to day Never mind you let April July and October 18S7 and iSSS It has been suggested that the present rate of needs for the use of himself and his family He countrymen in thesepledges in c KylerV Clothing Etore ed debt might be refunded at a less ate vlblatlonof receives at the desk ot his employer his wages Sacra- Â¬ will be paid on maturity at the Madison do the talking mo in Our progress toward a wise conclusion will interest and the difference between the old and and perhaps before he reaches his home is National Bank Richmond Ky finding use for obliged In a purchase for family use ot an artinot be improved by dwelling npon the theories mento Bee new security paid in cash thus C D CHENAULT Cow surplus in the Treasury The success of cle which embraces Its own labor to return in ot protection and free trade This savors too ftf the 411a elan It fa nnnareni must denend noon the Tin afraid Gcorgie the payment of the increase In price which the much ot bandying epithets It Is Do ou want iair rimmi Hi twvat roil lien of the holders of tbe present bonds tariff permits the hard earned compensation A CONDITION WHICH COSTRONTR B to walk Grymes HilTto day Is not entirely certain that the lndnce-- of many days ot toil The fanner and not a theory Belief from this condition may brnnrt f loiweoo not far its awful- Â¬ Why auntict and olirar- - You and It be offered them would resnlt the agriculturist who manufacture nothing involve a slight reduction ot the advantages fihl tlnn pay who Ear In more financial benefit to the Government but Procured WmG Hen the increased price which we award our home productions but the ly near when you get there Brook 8 than the purchase or the Donas wnuetne latter which the tariff imposes upon every agriWash entire withdrawal of such advantages should per BazarJ 2i t ITIJTfl dersdrrhitFSr Formerly preposition wouiu reuueo uib pnuospto oi we cultural implement uporall he wears and upon not bo contemplated The question ot free m fn2toh D C payment Instead ot extending it all he uses and owns except the Increase of his trade isabsblutely irrelevant and the persist Â¬ debt by actual Patent At tlm clovers Is that child of Examining Corpse sk yur rmi4eJtui in leave rour The proposition to deposit the money held by Socks and herds and such things as his hus ent claim made incertaln quarters thai all ef- Office 17 yearir experienced Send warranted realFrench J the Oevemment in bants 1 throughout the coun- bandry produces from Hhesollls Invited to aid fnpl fA tfHftni thn nMmn fmm nnfntl anil - French tiTji tlfui at Whiles Drujr Storr Ii try for use by the people it seems to me ex In maintaining the present situation and sleck or PfoitclorefDrfasiofateH schemes el soaiU4 X kid hell necessary taxatloa t llitp-- Correspondence solicited accurately compounded aud i AND WiIN icoid stteet SURGEONP IBfce eoteo over D Mi Ttatieaal Itaasoes whlrt ioentiveii- demands jUHt22tf ioe4iate and carrfol ooosWeratkm The rj wtlry trf Timouat of Bteeer aiinaaUy exacted taroogh the - Ta lit OMfiKW VM UmMmtStrntft Yam are otwfnwtad at the thrsboH or your duties with a of the DR T J TAYLOR Iees oser DR JOHN 1 FOSTER 1 Iixwtt DR PHIL ROBERTS H- Though the situation thus far considered is frought with danger which should be fully realized and though It presents features of wrong to the people as well as peril to the country it is but a result grow ng out of a perfectly palpable and apparent cause constantly reproducing the seme alarming clr stanees a congested National Treasury and a depleted monetary condition in the business of tbe country It need hardly be stated that while the present situation demands a remedy we can only be saved from a like predicament in the future by the removal ot its cause Our scheme of taxation by means of which this needless surplus ts taken from the people and put Into the public treasury consists of a tariff or duty levied upon importations from abroad and internal revenue taxes levied upon the consumption of tobacco and spirituous and malt liquors It must be conceded that none of the things subjected to Internal revenue taxa tion are strictly speaking necessaries there appears to be no Just complaint of this taxa tion by tbe consumers or these article and there seems to be nothing so well able to bear the burden without hardship to any portion ot the people But our present tariff laws the Â¬ Â¬ IP DISASTER RESULTS from the continued4nactkn of Congress the re- Â¬ sponsibility must rest- - where it belongs the tact that the sheep owners themselves and their households must wear clothing and use other articles manufactured from the wool they sell at tariff prices and thus as consumers must return their share of this Increased price to the tradesman I think it may be fairly assumed that a large proportion of the sheep owned by the farmers throughout the country are found in small flocks numbering from twenty five to fifty The duty on the grade ot imported wool which these sheep yield js ten cents each pound if ot the value ot thirty cents or less and twelve cents II of the value of more than thirty cents If the liberal estimate ot six pounds be allowed tor each fleece the duty thereon would be sixty or seventy two centsnnd this may be taken as the utmost enhancement of Its price to the farmer by reason of this dnty Eighteen dollars would thus represent the Increased price of the wool from twenty five sheep and t30 that from the wool of fifty sheep and at present values this addition would amount to about one third of its TOPIC price If upon Its sale tho farmer receives this and only urge upon your Immediate considers or a less tariff profit the wool leaves his hands tlon the state ot tho Union as shown In the charged with precisely that sum which in all present condition of our Treasury and our gen Its charges will adhere to It until It reaches eral fiscal situation upon which every element the consumer When manufactured into cloth of our safety and prosperity depends and other goods and material for use its cost is The reports of the heads of departments not only lncreaed to the extent of the farmers which will be submitted contain full and extarifl profit but a further sum has been added plicit information touching the transactions of for the benefit- - of the manufacturer under the the business Intrusted to them and such recom operation of other tariff laws In the mendations relating to legislation In the publio meantime the day arrives when the farmer Interest as they deem advisable I ask for these finds it necessary to purchase woolen goods and reports and recommendations the deliberate material to clothe himself and family for the examination and action of the legislative branch winter When he face s the tradesman for that of the Government purpose he discovers that he Is obliged not only There ore other subjects not embraced in the to return In the way of increased prices his tar- departmental reports demanding legislative coniff profit on the wool he sold and which then sideration and which I should be glad to subperhaps lies before him in a manufactured mit Some of them however have been earn form but that he must add a considerable sum estly presented In previous messages and as to thereto to meet a further increase in cost thrza I begleave to caused by a tariff duty on the manufacture REPEAT PRIOR RECOMMENDATIONS Thus in the end he lsarouel to the fact that As the law makes no provision for any report upon a moderate purchase as a re- Â¬ he has pad from the Department of State a brief history of sult of the tariff scheme which when he sold of that important department his wool seemed so profitable an increase In the transactions with other matters which it may here price more than sufficient to sweep away all the together deemed essential to commend to the be tariff profit he received upon the wool he pro- after attention ot the Congress may furnish the occaduced and sold sion for a future communication When the number of fanners engaged in wool C It OVER CLEVELAND raising is compared with all the farmers in the Washington December 8 country and the small proportion they bear to our population is considered when it is made apparent that in the case ot a large part of EDWARD BULYVEH LYTTON those who own 6heep the benefit of the present A Sketch of the Present HrltUh Ambassa- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i nfCHl Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy HaX positrafy cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it lo the undersigned and your money will be refunded STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ COME UOM1 lOOMM OOME OOME We carry every thing and our prices are the very lowest for cash down Jun22tf Propr etors Busy Bee n s weec ad see the limitless assortment of Ladies and Misses Wraps that are being sold at KOCK BOTTOM CASH PRICES m this week and get our prices on Mens aim Iiovs Suits and Overcoats before vimi buy elsewhere We are the LOWEST PRICED HOUSE IX TOWN in tins week and feast your eyes on the bewitching array of Toboggans Scarfs Shawls Hosiery and various other thing3 that are being sold daily to our customers 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 on the square CROWDS OUR STORE In and we will show you the largest and best assorted stock of goods in Richmond They are all NEW and FRESH J BftW III11SI Cash Store Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HSOraBNERS M MAGAZINEp oummM 0 MMmZiIIWIIooo of the year of Sons eks Magazine ill be sigaaazed by the pubbcauoo of tbiS THE completion GALT - HOUSE 1 ho following is a partial Ihi of the important features which havo been aready prepared to appear during the coming ear LOUISVILLE 5S jSSc PURUSHTO MOVTTTTY VnTH ILLUTRATIONS ROBERT LGliiS STEVENSON lie JK LV71 Christmas Number RoBEJtr Lovis Sieveni Austin Dossoh IWleaCTtts jmtsHi ft tMmws llVJjQiA- wsmnni will wnte upon many topics old and new in a familiar and personal way which will form new bonds of friendship between the author and his thousands of readers In his first paper entitled A CHAPTER ON DREAMS he tells incidentally some interesting facts concerning the origin of his story DrJekyll and Mr Hyde This will appear in the January nssabcr straws Rates25o to Per Day Â¬ il DR AMBROSE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ASK FOR THE Â¬ JC Â¬ GL P C Rsmecfy il 1 KXSMnOl lthe Â¬ Â¬ DR T J FAIN lSj019l Â¬ CUTHERSON Â¬ Â¬ STOCKTON WILLIS O be the first of an especially important and interesting series of papers on railways their administrations and con- Â¬ t 11 C miNNES struction including great engineering feats famous tunnels and passes and Sarah Orne Jewrtt indeed those I r i icies of the subject which in this day engage the attention of T R Sullivn the h ie ounn The illustrations which will accompany this series will be ESSAYS by the late P WmmjE very elalmtaie original and beautiful The authors and the titles of the E It c E W Bumfifu With other cntnl iiuons future articles will be announced later ILLUSTRATIONS by Wiu II Lew Wiixiam Hoik E II Dlamifieid only in lite FIPTifiM of tneTrwilIbe notably strong not new authors wotk IIooaud Iylc R Swain GirroKD e IUU of well known writers but in that of A it W Alrxandes F S Church strict novel entitled First Harvests by F J STIMSON will be began I Y Hmtcimsom Smith C Jay Tatlor in January W L Taylor and many others Novelettes by HENRY JAMES and H C BUNNER lite latter illustrate will appear early in the yeir There wilt also be saaay short EVERYTHING COMPLETE stories of notable strenrth and freshness several of them illustrated Somc nitnerto the 90r4N ILL I I LIIO Moscheles hisunpublished letters ofwill great musicians - of special interest written to 111 fricnl 3ml m itpr furnih lh tnUltl Jf rThey will be illustrated with many portraits drawings by Mendelssohn himself and other original and unique material in itS variaus applications as a motive power EXPLOSIVES etc will be the subjects of a group of FI illustrated articles of great practical and popular interest by leading authorities upon these topics C ROPES ARTIPI FQ of sPecial importance will be thoseon the Campaign of Waterloo br ILUUO I IIH I LU HII I IULEO on The Man at Arms by E H BLSHFIELD two papers JOHN by EDWARD L WILSON illustrating results of recent Egyptian research a further article by WILLIAM F APTHORP on a subject connected with 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MILLER Has opened a Furniture Repairing and Simp second door from Upimlitrriii the Idt ofticp nextlo Himlej 3 Livery Sabl Ail work dime at reasonable rntt- Laying Cawets A Special Â¬ dectf ty i TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law and PORTABLE ENGINES of all sizes Tbe famous wneat oats nax Clover peas and all seeds and grain sxiiAW sxUA uts ana saw jnuus iivuLVUiu oc H Writo for Free Circular --Z3 jf o ojl wanieai r lr 1 I Â¬ OLOTIIIIVO rnnATinniT JjSscaLZLyrr AX i Â¬ Â¬ sjy il 1 j iRIchmondtKViSir Indiana tv JjM wfiku XiSKjl lj pr Â¬ HATS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Attorn egr at E T BURNAM Xjrawj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TRUJaTKS VAXjISKS MOVING HOME ihaokelford SULLIVAN Â¬ Attorney at Liaw T J SCOTT BEST GOODS the Â¬ Gentry Co Â¬ Jude Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OASH will in a few days move to their new store and to save trouble and expense of moving they are offering their entire line of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Attorney at laara Attorney at laa -- Â¬ Cesking1 and Heating1 Stoves - Â¬ POWELL Â¬ W B WHITE- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at Deduced pkices and intend buying and invite all who to come see Â¬ Â¬ Attorney at Lara leiitf vr J REED Â¬ HOW CHEAP WE ARE SELHI3I SUCH GOODS Â¬ Hardware Store Â¬ Â¬ a stove now is the time to get it and have money left The weather will be colder so you had better prepare for it wiiile stoves are cheap If you want RASS AND FIELD P SEEDS Â¬ -- Â¬ Hardware Tiinrare Er W WIGGINS A F BRECK Â¬ Stoves and a Groceries IGGINS 1 BRECK Â¬ HSAL ESTATE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IHSURAHCE SPEED 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ laiflfl Co Bonds Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LABGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jie j Â¬ Builders Hardware and Building Material Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city prioks We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory job you cau get anywhere We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and rill not delay your work We also carry a nice line of Ill la itflobfar l j j tartrat Its m XaSSXIETCTOIff BEIaLiE COOK STOVES and RANGES JDTrTPAISXiaEjr iss- - P Â¬ Â¬ in les UT Whichwe warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements Farm Wagons Seed StrippersMowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills Sc jSrBliSXXNGK jfcetittoyour bouse uStf Patronize JJ Brooks tho druggist 7detiy IRON MANTELS AD GRATES POWDER A3I JuneSStf FIRE BRICK AND FIRE1 JLAY If THE CLIMAX vate preference would be to make all the reduction from the rotten tariff list I would vote for the FRENCH TIPTON Wx GWHITE repeal of the tax on tobacco if WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 14 1887 that is sure to pass Our state is in favor of that Then I am lor taking the tariff from the prime After a most exciting contest necessaries of life We must Hon Oharles D Jacob was elect- - show something tangible by next ed Mayor of Lousville fall Tom Ureen has been at liis home in Ma3sville nursing his wound since his acquittal at Lex- Â¬ ington for killing Baldwin THE TWIN CITIES t J TIP horse Two cities equal iu magnitude to Bracken county farmers are burning Senator Beck is on the Com Â¬ St Paul and Minneapolis do not often their tobacco beds for next years crops prow so olosn lnrpthpr A urmno n They claim that it is better now than mittees of Appropriations and Fi- Â¬ only twelve miles separates litem and to wait until February when the nance Sonator Blackburn on tlie half way point is marked bv the ground Is too wet Naval Affairs Railroads and State Fair grounds and bouses of vari- Â¬ Itulos Mr Gilltaple of Garrard county sold ous kinds are springing up along tiie to Mr Renick of Bourbon last week way between The Fair grounds are Harper the ill starred Presi not erected on any diminutive scale two steers One weighed dent of the ill fated Fidejity Bank They extend over a hundred acres and 1060 pouuds and the other 2015 of Cincinnati has been found permanent buildings of wide dimensions Price said to be 5 cents guilty and sentenced to ten years dot the space in every direction Tlie Capt T D English reports good in the penitentiary Fair was in progress when I was there attendance at Mouday court day No in September and I found horses and cattle on the market though inquiry The Democratic caucus of the cattle from many different states The good Mules and horses active at Virginia Legislature nominated race track is not among the least of the from 50 to 125 Mercer Sayings and Hon John S Barbour by accla Â¬ attractions The art gallery contained Doings mation for United States Senator some of tlie rarest paintings in the Winchester Court Atput 600 cattle to succeed lliddleberger whose United States ranging in price from on the market and sales slow 36 terra will expire ilarch 4 1SS9 too while tlie 5000 to 510000 and this cattle 3855 judged to be equal to Minneapolis exposition was in progress L Q C Lamar was on last with Us wonderfully fine collection of 355 per cwt 40 feeders 3930 52 6hort 3150 60 feeders 4210 r Wednesday nominated for Asso- Â¬ paintings Finer vegetables were calves 8 to 1250 yearlings 23 to 25- ciate Justice ot the Supreme probably never seen any where One Sun Cort of the United States by the pumpkin weighed 135 pounds I saw Wm F Yilas was a man draw in three dozen ears of corn President J E Lern sold to Sao ford Carpenter nominated for Secretary of the and he hadnt any muscular energy to yesterday 21 catton mules for 1827 Interior and D M Dickinson for spare Southern Minnesota produces about 8225 each He also Bold his crop of 8 acres of tobacco to an agent excellent corn while in tlie northern Potr Master General part it does not grow at all but those of Leggett Myers of St Louis at 16 In far away Dakota they ob two parts of the State are a long way cents to be delivered as soon as he can ORGANIZATION OF CONGRESS serve Thanksgiving days and removed from each other I remarked get it ready have a turkey like other people to the man with the big corn that a Correspondence ot the Climax Lancaster Court Very few cattle on as the subjoined paragraph from poor cow or horse that might chance to Washington D C Dec 6 1887 the market aud with the exception of a the Devils Lake Inter Ocean at- Â¬ come along would have a picnic at Promptly at noon Monday Clerk small bunch of heifers which sold at his place if he would only leave the tests of the House Clark rapped the House 12 none were sold Several aged Not much picnic It is useless to say that the gate open mules sold from 90 to 140 aud plug except to order and then proceeded with tlie usual amount of turkey and other wearily replied the man roll call to which 313 members answerÂ¬ horses ranged from 32 to 50 A Thanksgiving condiments were around the edges corn stands so thick rather small crowd and little business for devoured on Thursday for in on tlie ground that a cow cant walk ed NominationsJohn Speaker being was done G Carlisle of All the North Â¬ next in order there days of plenty the families through it stranger Tlie performance of the yearling filly west had sent its choicest specimeus of Kentucky was nominated by Suuset wito do not have turkeys are as produce The thrift and general pros- Â¬ Cox of New York and Thomas B Meta by Ououdago dam Una by War few ae the families who did thirty Reed of Maine by Mr Cannon of Dance has created a sensation among Â¬ or forty years ago Union ser- Â¬ perity of those live people were abund Illinois on behalf of the Republicans horsemen Recently she worked a half were set forth The vices were ltekl in the Presbyte antlyrepresented Drakefactories of Co St The vote cast was 163 for Carlisle 148 mile over the Lexington track iu 31 rian church in the morning the well stone works who have their fac- Â¬ for Reed and 2 for Brum labor nom- Â¬ seconds with 110 pounds up The time decH 3t Paul eriMOH being delivered bv Mr tor at Sioux Falls where they do all inee Mr Carlisle was then declared is the best at the distance ever made Doran of the Methodist church their tawing aud cutting by water elected and was escorted to the Chair in Kentucky THIN COLUMN- It was of the patriotic type of power had on exhibition a section of by Cox of New York and Reed Wm Bornemann of Paducah Fri sermons that always makes us auagatiued tree taken from Agate Park of Maine Mr Kelley of Pennsylva Â¬ day bought You tickle me and Ill tickle you of J M Buckuer Co glad we are Americans The at Â¬ Arizona aud sawed at Sioux Falls It nia being the oldest member iu service Louisville 750 hhds of tohaoco and sailh the Courier Journal and the Rev tendance was quite large1 was twenty six inches in diamater aud administered tlie oath of office when gave his check for 110000 W 8 Mr Shannon to each other aud they near three feet long One piece was Mr Carlisle addressed tiie House and Mathews Louisville bought 250 hlidx goat it to wit Rev Reld Shannon Womans Work is the title sawed off to form tlie top of a small after thanking the Members for the of the same firm giving his check for of Trinity Melhodi t Church in this of a periodical published at table It was the finest specimen of election proceeded to impress upon 30000 These are the largest transac Â¬ city knows a good tiling when he tees Athens Georgia tlte November agate I ever saw and as a matter of them the necessity for a revision of tions ever known in that city It In his sermon to young people last number of which is before us It curiosity I asked the price Mr Drake the revenue laws and a reduction of he said evening on What to Read The young man who has nothing that the greatest and bestoiall the is edited by Mrs E It Tennent replied that it was sold to a Masonic taxation The election of tlie other offl a native of Georgetown Ivy a Lodge in Philadelphia for their altar cere was then proceeded with and result better to do than to kill time would do daily newspapers is the Courier-Journa- l which Is always moral in its tone graceful and pleasing writer top aud the price was twelve hundred ed iu the election of JnoB Clark of well to begin by killing himself Bus re elected Misouri Clerk J B ton Post aud filled with that character of news Among the contributors is Mrs dollars and literature that is nt once instruc- Â¬ Anna Maggie of Paris Ky who St Paul is a great aud growing city Leedom of Ohio Sergeant at Arms tive and elevating- - He said that the is ierhaps most noted for its winter re elected A B Hurt of Mississippi is to write a series of letters on It Courier Journal comes nearer being a foreign travel contrib- Â¬ carnivals A gorgeous palace is con- Â¬ Doorkeeper instead of Mr Donelson Another and the religious paper than any other dully utor is Miss Genie Orchard an structed entirely of ice at an expense of Lycurgus DaltouW PostmasterChaplain Milburn thousands of dollars having towers blind preacher Â¬ An Ordinance amending the Ordi- newspaper lie know artist of merit whose pictures of and spires and domes and the weather The next business was the assignment nances of Richmond fixing penalty For tartar emetic proclivities we re Unarieslon before and after the to seats and tlie drawing began by earthquake have attracted much being uniformly cold it stands untilÂ¬ a blind folded Page drawing slips of for selling or furnishing liquors to commend the Lexington Press in a Womans Work is spring time People visit it by hun paper having numbers of the seats minors and selling spirllous vinous or recent Issue it slobbered all over a attention a neat journal of sixteen pages dreds aud at night it is brilliantly illumi thereon from a bat as the names of the malt liquors without license aud sell Â¬ party of belies as follows electricity The ice palace ing liquors on Sunday the same as Last night at the theatre the follow- Â¬ devoted to liousekeeping the dairy nated witli to carnival is St Paul what Mardi Gras members were called in alphabetical prescribed by tlie General Statutes ot ing young ladies and gentlemen com Â¬ orchard garden and similar lit- Â¬ is to New OrIeau8and people from long order Very few of the members re Kentucky posed a proscenium box party Misses erature including needle work distances visit it elected got back their old seats and decorating The small price many of tiie best seats went to new Be it ordained by the City Council of Alice Clay Laura Winston and Annie St Paul is the parent ot that colossal Messrs Percy Talbott Goodioe the Citg ofliiehmondi 50 cents places it within the railroad system the St Paul Minneap Â¬ members No member in the House and reach ot all Every lady is asked olis aud Manitoba Railway that pene- Â¬ shows up to greater advantage than That section eight of chapter XXXI Charles Berryman originJohn Payne be amended by A legend of Asiatic tells of an Penal to contribute any Knowledge she trates every portion of Minnesota aud Governor McCreacy He is a fine type strikingOrdinances out the words sixty dollars ancient potentate who on his death may have that would be of lnter the ramifications of which extend into of the southern statesman long in the last line of said section aud in- Â¬ bed prayed that God give him a oflt to tiie readers Dakota and straight hair rotund figure and beam Â¬ serting In lieu thereof the word fifty sight of the beauties of Heaven eie he Manitoba Assiuiboia dollars Montana The past summer eight ing face The only thing that caused That an Ordinance amending section died knowing that his career damned THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE hundred miles were added to the sys any excitement was the singing of the 4 chapter XVIII title license Penal bis soul to punishment God granted long meter doxology by a member of Ordinances published July 22 1885 be tem by construction bis tearful request and presented to arose out all that On the first page of this issue I saw a business house in St Paul that the Salvation Army who aloud iu the amended by strikingsaid amended part his enraptured gaze three beautiful Â¬ Or to the of last two lines of mes- Â¬ filled my idea of perfection in tlie way gallery and after calling we give the presidents dinance after tlie word fined and bourix made more lovely by heavenly sage in full It is short and plain Â¬ of exhibiting goods It stood on a members to join in with hiiu proceeded inserting in lieu of the part so stricken beatification Thisgiimpse of Heaven ly worded aitd deals exclusively corner and the end aud entire side of to sing it himself and finished it before out the words sixty dollars for eacii was allowed last night to all One is wkh tariff revision and the 140 the first story were plate glass 1 saw beiug arrestei under orders from the offense willing to die after feasting his eyes on Clerk of the House It was Immedi- Â¬ That an Ordinance amending section so remarkably beautiful women as 000000 surplus that will have one iu Chicago like it elec- Â¬ license Penal after roll call accumulated in the national treas- Â¬ But Minneapolis is a second Chicago ately of Speaker and before the were 6 chapter X VIII titleJuly 22 1885 be w ere in that box Ordinance published The members It is a marvelous city and growing tion ury by next June The Itepubli by striking out all at first dumbfounded but iu a moment amendedamended Ordinances that part RELIGIOUS between of said lieane say it is a free trade docu- Â¬ day by day Its buildiugs possess a appreciated the situation and made 10th line aud ment complimentary since they noticeable magnitude It is clean and the halls ring witii peals of laughter the word Que iu the 12th line and the word and iu tlie can find o other fault with it bright aud beautiful Proceeding from After the allotment of seats the House inserting in lieu of the words so strick- Â¬ Rev E H Burnam will preach at Sil- Â¬ St Paul you are awe inspired by the sixty dollars for ver Creek next Sunday en out the words The high tariff Democrats do not adjourned like tlie sentiment of the message gigantic stone viaduct of twenty four The Senate was called to order by each offense Rev Dr Henderson will preach at that conveys the train obliquely yet they are compelled to admire arches aud up the river into that splen- Â¬ President pro tempore Inglls and 10That an Ordinance amending section Providence Church Sunday rooming and chapterXVIII Penal Ordinances tlie courage of its author But across did structure known as the union after prayer by the Chaplain tlie fo- Â¬ published July 22 1885 be amended in Richmond at night the low tariff people read it with depot You are overpowered by objects llowing newly elected Senators were by striking out all that part of Rev J G Hunter D D of George1 of said amended Ordinances a relish and their name is legion of interest as you glide over thai sworn in Samuel Pasco Florida after the word fined in the 7th Hue town will hold communion services at i iirciicsiuciit j Bimmseu ill ins mar vel of engineering skill t lie viaduct dem Rutus Blodgett N J dem thereof and inserting in lieu of the part the First Presbyterian Church Sunday It views by all classes except the There is St Antuonys Falls of which Wm M Bates Tenn dem Wm E bo stricken out tlie following Not morning December iSlh commencing If manufacturers and producers of you have read in your school days Chandler N H rep Jun W Dan Â¬ less than two nor more than fifty dol- Â¬ Friday evening at 7 oclock and on conviction wool sugar aitd rice and many of above it a snow white suspension iel Va demj Wm Tuipie Ind lars for each flens-shall forfeit for third offense his li Â¬ No one has yet been called to the pas dem M S Quay Pa rep Frank cense tLem are with him bridge and to the rigtil is the Pills torate made vacant by the death of Elder Hlscock N Y rep and J H Regan Nothing herein shall be construed as bury A Millthe largest flouring mill in J R Jame formerly of Kirksville Mad TAULBEE the world having a capacity of seven Texas dem Mr Hoar objected to changing the penalty for selling lager ison county who was killed at Paris day swearing In Cbas J Faulkner newly beer at wholesale thousand barrels of flour a day con- Â¬ That all Ordinances or parts thereof before lhanktgiving by jumping from a Tlie Congressman from our suming thirty five thousand bushels elected Senator from W Va but it is hereby repeal- Â¬ buggy in understood that his case will be imme- Â¬ ed conflict herewith are neighboring district over the way of wheat Near it are five saw mills the Hon Preston Taulbee is that cost 50000 apiece and overlook- Â¬ diately reported by the Committee on An ordinance to further regulate the charged at Washington with de Â¬ ing them is the expansive and lower- Â¬ Elections and that he will be sworn iu within a few days The Senate then police force of the City of Richmond cidedly improper conduct in con Â¬ ing exposition building On the left Be it ordained by the City Council of nection with a pretty young fe Â¬ are the famous Washburne mills aod adjourned the CUy of Bichmond Qn Tuesday nothing was done iu the male in tlie Patent Office Depart under you is the raging Mississippi That no member of the police force while all around is a great city From House except to have read the Presi Â¬ ment Mr Taulbee secured her a message after which the body shall while on duty enter any saloon clerkship last February and she what bridge fave famous old Loudon dents of immediately adjourned until Thurs Â¬ or any other plane orwhere the sale are can one see so much xplritnus vinous malt liquort was registered as from Kentucky day In the Senate nothing was done licensed by the City Council unless in but she claims to be from else- Â¬ But the wonders do not cease upon except to receive the nominations of the discbarge of official duties iu inak where Taulbee spent the sum- Â¬ leaving the train Walk up Nicolet L Q C Lamar to be Associate Justice lug arrests or when called iu by the mer in Washington and bought a street say at night aud you are struck of the U 8 Supreme Court Wm F proprietor to quell disorder or a breach Itotise He and the pretty clerk with the display of gas Six squares Vilas to be Secretary of the Interior of tlie peace solid Any member of the police force of were shadowed to an unfrequent- Â¬ area are onlyblaze of light The gas and Don M Dickinson of Michigan Richmond violating this Ordinance posts twelve feet apart and ed nook in the upper story of the an arch reaches from one to another to be Post Master General and to hear shall be fined not less than ten nor Patent Office and a sensation fol Â¬ along tlie street every arch having read the Presidents message after more than fifty dollars for each offense on warrant In the Police Court aud lowed Mr Taulbees first effort five jets aud every post 4iiteen At which tlie Senate adjourned for the third offense shall be discharged will be to make his wife believe the intersection of other streets there is The Democrats with very few exÂ¬ from the police force that lie is a persecuted and black Â¬ a vast pyramid of jets and half way ceptions are delighted with the mes Â¬ Tills Ordinance shall lake effect from Watelimaker Jeweler mailed man and then will come the squares are arches extending across sage which is devoted exclusively to and after its passage and publication an angry constituency to know Nicolet street each haviug eighty jets the question of tariff reform so as to Au Ordinance requiring the Ken DEALER IN why he appointed a woman from There are one thousand jets to the render action thereon imperative lucky Central or other Railroad com- Â¬ another State when there are so square for six squares or six thousand while the Republicans say that it will panies owning and operating trains Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver aud many persons in Kentucky yea lets before you at one glance all in- Â¬ be the key note of the next Campaign over line of tracks crossing Main street Piated ware eta Special in hk own district who want ofÂ¬ closed in globes of red white and blue and the death of tlie Democratic party to maintain a flagman at such point of attention given to Speaker Carlisle says that lie expects Intersection t fice Those two elements appeas- Â¬ street is broad and well paved and the Be it ordained by tlie CUy Council of to announce the Committees before ed he will have the greater part houses are from three to seyeu and the City of Bichmond DIAMONDS of the victory won for the public eight stories high I think the Lumber the Christmas holidays That the Kentucky Central or other The U 8 Supreme Court on Monday Railroad companies owning aud oper Â¬ AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES will most likely treat him as were Exchange is teuand the West hotel would do credit to Chicago or New in tiie Virginia Habeas Corpus cases ating trains over lines of tracks cross Beeoher Blaine and Cleveland Ing Main street any where In Hie city York Wheu the exposition is in ordered tlie release of Attorney General limits shall at their own cost keep aud Ayres and Commonwealths Attor Â¬ maintain a flagman at the intersection Promptly donu and In a workmanlike progress or the State Fair or tlie Ice DLACKBUEX OX TARIFF manner Palace is on at St Paul the gas lets neys Scott acd McCabe of that State of Mich tracks with Main street at all of such Concerning tariff legislation of Nicolet street are turned on in all the Supreme Court holding fTiat the times duriug the use engines crossings by moving trains or Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver their magnificence aud the people suit in which Judge Bond made the Senator Blackburn say 6 Any Railroad company now or order imprisoning the officials was in Dont target tlie pluceruext dopr UI regard Randall as the pivot come in their carriages and form a hereafter operating lines of Railroad upon which the whole situation is procession driving up one side of the reality a suit against the State forbid- Â¬ crossing Main street as above set out to the Post office Richmond Ky den by the 11th failing to comply with June22 If swung and express great fears as street aud down the other They con- Â¬ Federal Constitutionamendment to the shall on conviction bethis Ordinance fined 50 fur that the U 8-tinue to drive for an hour or two with But to what he may do each offense on warrant in the Police Circuit Court bad no authority to en Â¬ Mr Randall is reading the hand Â¬ noted regularity By taking a position tertain the suit and that Judge Bond Court at any point along the line one can This Ordinance shall take effect from writing on the wall and it is too was acting without Constitutional plain for him to need an Inter Â¬ soon see the people of importance about authority in making his order The aud after its passage and publication StateCityKentucky of preter like Belshazzer did I the city water power that has made practlcle effect ot tlie decision is to of Richmond j67 It is the I wish to sell privately ray home hope he is too sensible a man to Minneapolis declare that the State as a political I W G White Clerk of the City or place of 60 ACRES OF LAND oue St Anthonys Falls stand in the way now If he were not made in vain The water is soverignty can not be sued or coerced Richmond do certify that the fore Â¬ half mile from Kingston in Madison going ordinances were publicly read at couuly Ky does he must be regarded as diverted from the river iuto the numer in the Federal Courts H two regular meetings of the City Coun- Â¬ a marplot as a man who stands ous aud gigantic mills and Minnesota cil at the last or which was Queen Victoria has lost her favorite taken upon the passage the vote by Â¬ of same in the way of righting the coun- and Dakota wheal pour Into them by nays and her luck She trys wrongs The situation is a the St P M M road in as great dog Just license fee any wont have yeas and In journal the yeas aud nays and were declared to pay his more Bos Â¬ recorded graygjne adopted and ordered to be printed iu of four rooms abundance as the water does by the ton Transcript and hall Good cistern Representative Stone from the Mississippi Barrel after barrel car The Climax a newspaper published buggy house and all cut buildiugs and In the City of says The House after car aud train after train load of Old maidiah looking girls Id hereby accordinglyRichmond which Is one of the best stables iu the county First district done must without failure pas a bills flour leaves the Flour City daily for Kentucky are wearing the little cork- Â¬ Given under my hand as City Clerk Good orchard Convenient to schools churches mills shops stores and sim Â¬ Teduoing taxes this session or our all parts of the universe screw curls that were fashionable forty this December 14 1887 ilar places Good place forphyslcfau aajoriV jtfU be reserved The Among the countless attractions I yearsfago Same curls but not the W U WHITE or merchant Terms easy country demands it My pri- - taw Ju the Exposition was HarneUa satss girls New Orleans Picayune City Clerk 23u4t WB STIVERS -o painting of the old violin which Is val- Â¬ ued at 3300 A faithful copy of It hangs Iu the Madison Club aud is a present from Mr J K Hurd the pharmacist and druggist corner Fourth and Elm streets Cincinnati Liberatli and hb captlvatlug band from New York attracted multitudes to the Exposition It would require a large volume to describe the Expo alt ion and I could fill a eerlea of vol- Â¬ umes on the Minneapolis Milwaukee aud Chicago expositions aud the Min Â¬ nesota Fair Among the residents of Minneapolis is Mr Tom Hawkins a nativeof Owen county Ky and who visited Rich Â¬ mond last summer He is a horse dealer and has a large stable in a promi Â¬ nent partfof the city Near Minneapolis is the widely known summer resort Lake Miune touka Tlie two largest hotels are the Hotel St Louis aud the Hotel La Fay Â¬ ette the former of which was owned by Mrs Eglnton of Winchester Ky The lake is a beautiful body of water and has upon it two large steamers and numerous smaller craft Numbers ot persons have thought from several pieces similar to the above thatl was away from home at the time they were written in fact away up in the fir North west among the scenes about which I wrote but I must say for the information of those persons that I am not there noir nor was I when those articles were wrltteu I was there in September but I am at home now and if you doubt it call and I will show you the handsomest edi- Â¬ torial room in Kentucky and some rare specimens In geology and natural history CONCERNING FARMERS - R 8 Veech of Indian Hill Stock Farm near Louisville has sold thus far this season 546500 wortli of horses Brent Hutcbcraft bought 21 cattle averaging 1022 pounds Jas D Gay 60 at about 40 per head Wm Bryan 60 and Chas Meng 18 Citizen Swlgert of Lexington haspurchased of Dwyer Bros the colt Tremout for 125000 the largest price ever paid in this country for an American bred v WINTER CIRCUS P WK- - IS THE AGENT AT RICHMOND I oFE KY FOR THE CELEBRATED IrTEBST E PATEHT TRUSS BOD FARM WAGONS UD TUBUUR AXLE They are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them - v THIS MAN BIDING SIX HOESES IS GO ING TO Â¬ Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at J ESPECIALLY LOW PEJOES B-- The Easiest Terms with all his might to luy a suit of Winter Clothing an Overcoat The Best Material Call on Mr Pope and examine tlie and a hat He has heard that the weather will soon be as colcl Dont buy before doing so as Alaska and he knows that Stouffer has an ample variety of wagons CLOTHING consisting of WEBSTEE WAGON CO STOUFFERS M Wapns IarnM For One to Overcoats Suits Coats Vests June 2J tf -- Pants Underwear Hats Library Lamps Mprs Â¬ and many other things useful as well as ornamental in Winter Silver Platefl Knives This circus man who has been several times round the world says Stouffer pleases him better in every way prices quantity They can not be surpassed in style or quality and variety than any clothing man he has ever seen workmanship at ai Ms Th Priees W JW CKOOKE Quote Â¬ Very best material employed in their man ufacture F B CROOKE if you see them because you cant help iem it SON Tey Are Precisely flial Yon Fan Â¬ City Ordinances -- c -- Dry Goods Notions Ladies Uderwear Gloves THEY KEEP EVERYTHING THAT IS AND DESIRABLE Our stock of Queens ware aud Glass ware and especially our Decorated Din ner and Tea Sets is full and attractho Â¬ COFFEES SUGARS and other Staple Groceries Goods X June22 tf BEST GM3AJDES5 OP also TEAS Canned XL G G FRANCIS PAHICf IN I am simply over stocked and must reduce same IIST THE sub-secti- reduced to 50 cents they sell at the same prices you have to Eine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents pay for the same Goods Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to DRY GOODS LINE SO NOTE THE PRICE Einest Embossed Gold Paper worth SI i K Of ANY EASTERN MARKET You cannot buy in New York or Philadelphia the Goods they handle at lower Â¬ 15 cents ADRUFF Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced 10 cents to Everything ai REDUCED FRIGES REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cents per Bolt Gall early in order to get choice selec- Â¬ tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices named prices than Crooke Son ask Cloaks and Jackets in Large Variety GO AND SEE THEM 26oct tf GEO M WILLGING Julvij tf ai QUEEN AND CEESCENT EOITTE SETTING fflimWIBJITf Public Sale current ses Â¬ THE second Term of the will begin of this Institution To dote out a partnership we will on Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads - QUICKEST MOST DIRECT A2JD FAVORIE LINE TO REPAIRING Monday Jan 23 1888 THUBSDAT DEOEMBEE 15 1887 Â¬ New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Students will be received from this on the premises ten miles north of Rich in Madison county between mond date and charged for the term only L H BLANTQN t 7dec5tt CHANCELLOR Brookstown school house and Kentucky River known as the David McCord place proceed to sell publiclf to the highest bid Â¬ der our PriBGiMPoiDis Soii Eas ai SOlMfiS t COAST- - NOTICE I PERSONAL PROPERTY THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC consisting of at a rear old Steers 30 yearl Â¬ ing Steers 5 Milch Cows in milk a a year Morning and Heifers a yearling Heifers 5 Weanling the important Cities of the South without chaDge Calves 200 Barrels of Corn in the crib 170 shocks of Fodder a quantity of Hay in RUNNING THROUGH CABS the stack and a lot cf UlUy JLlIlt TWENTY EIGHT HOURS Gioi Hoe For Sale Those knowing themselves indebtde Flora to the Inte Hrni of bliortridge will please come forward and settle their accounts at once 7d2t Mrs A D Floba ffislit Trains PtnTnrBauffernixnauIohr TO JACKSONVILLE FLOIUDA IS Dwelling - House IS OTIC E ofjptcb op Fonn Wholesale Grocers and lUtm niuwion Merchants 86 and West Second St O F Household and Zitchen Furniture Eaton Co our employ and Is not authorized to tranpnetany business foruf 7d3t Nov Cincinnati W L Butterwortb is no longer In 29 1887 i Also the following property of David One aged combined harness McCord Leading Nearly and saddle Mare I good Roekaway Horse Grand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati passengers IiohlfMg llekata vtn tliU Hue 1 two year old Broke Mule and one extra therefore saci transfer across the City and are assured a Jwruey attended witii ieclt Yearling Mule Good Stock Scales and comfort and cenveulence Farm Bell oe Travelers have a choice of two kind or Steeping Ur on Grvnninl QUEEN ANDCUESCENT ItOOTE UftimS felmnt Bou-Â¬ Opetlill doir Buffet Cnr and PuIlmaaV Finest Palace Ballet Sleeper State Koora Pattern I0llte All the Railroads 3RcS8i saie - Tarms easy and made known on day of Travel yia- - Queen and Crescent gSStSSMSJ UM Saleto begin at nov-30-- 10 Fobd Eaton Co oclock R P McCORD JOHN McCORD JOHNCOAULT General Manager B CARROLL General Superintendent General Offices St PanI Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio H CQLIBRAN General Passeuger Aen i r ItXRVAN Assistant General Fasseeger Agent Jne22tfJ THE CLIMAX W EDNESDAY DECEMBER u tSS7 Miss Laura Moss oanflnueti dntiger- oulv ill RepoTfs or the four National banks of Rich Bond published In this issue 2467036 on depoMf t liow In Lexington on last Wednesday the fctahle of Bouerman Bros was burned horses including S000 worth of A new slreet Is to be opened from Main street at the Barlow mill to rim bick through theBirlmv properly It blinuld be named Barlow Children oonlliiue to wade Kentucky river at various points along the Madl hon county border and this the 141 h of December ef a Bis Book Unabridged was first published hi one volume it was a comparatively gmnll book Some years after an addition was made of 1500 Pictorial Illustrations A table of Synonyms and un Appendix of New Words that had come into use A few- - years later came an entirely new revied edition f larger size with 3C00 notorial Illustrations then after an Interval of a few years a Biograph ical Dictionary of nearly 10000 Names and a supplement of nearly 5000 New orus were added and now there has qjmie a new mid mast valuable addi Â¬ tion A Gazetteer of the World of Itvap OX AAA fTNil mt ine work is now uvuuaiiuee not only Me DIctlonnry par excellence but a Biographical Dictionary a Ga- Â¬ zetteer of the World and a great many other good things in its many valuable Tables Hi iron When tyelwters KINGSTON J C Armstrong bus an extra nice A iiiin who has practiced medicine for 40 j ears ought to know salt from sugar read ti hat he says IT heavy winter Ixiots and Slioes at greatly reduced prices to make room Air Spring goods Hisstock consists or the best quality ol custom made goods recently brought from the market and emiiraces every style ai d grade These goods must go and Mr Wallace means to sell them re jj gardless or price at and below cost III without regard to value and Iu sev- Â¬ HI eral other ways den 13 21 l I selling oil lot of cotton mules It seems as If R C W has gone back on us since he cot to be Pa felon are feeding about G J White forty mules for the southern market Mary RatclifT who has been Mr conlkoed to her bed for several months is some belter Miss Anderson principal of the high school and Miss Buchanan of the com Â¬ mon school report both doing well B F Pattern shipped two hundred hogs to Cincinnati Saturday Mr P is one of our best farmers -- Mrs J K Harris returned home Saturday alter n two weeks visit to relatives iu Richmond nud this place Ad Creekraore bought 44 acres of laud from Speed Clark adjoining the Isirtc Newlaud place Price not known Jeff Cox has moved into his dwelling over his store and is running tlie Kingston Mill and Is making good flour nud meal Amos Ellison has bought the Jns Cornel Ison place on the Berea pike Tube says farming suits him better than merchandising A Xciv Firm Armer received ten watches by ex Â¬ press this week from Tennesee for repairs and W F Francis received a number of orders for mar We work from Mt Sterling Hew does that strike you Jnmes B Slmifler the well knoun Fiit Street clothier who has Lun silent for a season appears In the fr nt row of seats among the live busi- Â¬ ness men this week Jim is a sort of cretis man himself Mr ed Bv reading the new ordinances pub-Ii-li- from business because of physical in elsewhere in this Us ue you will firmity is one of Richmonds oldest find that the Council requires the rail-Â¬ most successful and popular merchants road to keep a flagman at the crossing and has the whiles of a host of friends orMain street Alo that mi Polieeman that he may yet be restored to active usefulness is allowed to enter a Hilnnn except In the discharge of his niTletal business Business Changes The Dry Gopdsand Merchant Tailor Â¬ ing establishment of Crooke Ron which is so well Known throughout the country as one of our best dry goods houses and most reliable Arms will have a new sign on the first or January Mr Tom Urmston and Mr Samuel Bennett jr have purchased an intert In the establishment and the style of the new firm will be Crooke Bennett and Urmston wlijub will make a strong firm as they are three of our most popular and euter prMng young men Mr John W Crooke who retires Â¬ 1 Lrrtnrr Sate Geolopist Proctor wHI riiire in the chapel of Central TTnl A Higgiiis dissolved by mutual con- Â¬ vlmIj on next Tudny night Dec sent last week Mr Ellis withdraws from the house in Richmond and it is bat 730nelock Subject TtieDe-vtl-iment The two firms ol Ellis Hlggins one in Riohmoud and the other at Silver deliver a Creek composed of T S Ellis and J of KeMtueky Sale of Para Mr Taxlorlttee soW his farm on the turnpike between Red II ii and Bwwjesborough turnpike f r Kn iwn a the Jh I etcher or jure Win Miller place consisting of to Mr Sam Rktek of Laurel 2 Cuintv for17MW t ais 20l fi Hail Milt Lawreiiee who sltet and paiii b wounded his wife on the streets rf Winchester day liefure Tltankf-gtv-- i was allowed bail in the sm of c in dt fault of wliieti lie was re t nud to jiil He is good for ten year a Frankfort j i now conducted by Mr Higgins who for fllteen or more jears has been in the grocery busiuess In Richmond and Silver Creek and is one of the most thorough grocers iu all the country He was iu Cincinnati las week adding to his already full house and invites the public to call at his house on upper Main street and see if lie has not a com Â¬ plete stock of choice goods - Mr Ellis has taken into partnership with him at Silver Creek Mr James C Adams of that place under the film name of Ellis Adams Mr Ellis is a grocer from away back and knows to a Runts heel what the people want He ami Mr Adams propose to take the rag oft the bush in the line of gen Â¬ eral merchandise They slmll expect an early visit from their lrieuds and neighbors Land Seld The Cinderella German Club DilliHKhm bought The German Club Ktive its second en- Â¬ of Mr Ben T HmmtHts awl nre their house nwl 4 acres tflml tertainment laM Friday evening iu the e mile from town on tlie Irvine parlors of Mrs Dr A W Smith The tu ipike at S1J0 per acre Mr Sim following couples participated in the danee Mii s Iila Chenutilt and Mr nn who lias 1hh lfvittg in county has tmught a jttaee near W B Bright led the gentian Miss lue Djiiulle and will wxhi remove thither SalheShuokeKordHud W R Shuckil Mr iu k If R 4 Je-ft-- n The Dell Fair Bear in mind tliat the Epicoi al Church Doll Fair will open at the urt-hou- -e lioMock want im finable that liny ji cm Saturday morning at and continue all day If the most attractive dull vWt the Court ltotfee ihi Ciiihlren siraukl all go ami in in ge in the halting Come to Town Sullivan bought of Dr G W Evans latt week a Ihhis o ami lot rn North street near Aspen for SJo X and has removed his mother into it Mrt Kate Sullivan had kept the first toll gMte on the Tales Creek turnpike for t w iity fonr years a re Mr A J Rd ma kably long eriod ami leaved now own accord Site niwt havebteii an luirvly satisfactory employee Her f Uier Mr Mike Brenuen lives witli and though appearing to be iot in re than 60 or 85 years old is 78 His ih ticr has been dead but a short time lawug reached the gret age of nearly ac ntury He hasau uncle in Canada v l was with the Duke of Wetlingtoii Waterloo yet is hale mid Hearty lt Delia Ramsey and W 8 Hume Mrs Dr A W Smith and O II Chenault MIS Harrie Miller and R Adams Mi s Callie Chenault and 11 Ollutt Miss Mary Burnam and C H Hume Miss Liazie Barrett ami J H McDowell Miss Lula Bronstoii and A Diidley Miss Mattie Ls ter Wash ingtou D C and George Phelps Miss Pattie Miller and R T Irvine Miss Annie Urmston ami J C Hughes W R McDowell and D B Shackel- Â¬ ford The favors were very pretty and Forfeit nine flgire3 were danced Casket Tunnel Not X Anion Fife Orchestra Odd and Even and All Dp Mrs Wm Willis and Dr and Mrs J M Ftister were lookers on for a little while The next German will be a fancy dress and led by Mr Waller Bennett on Friday during the Holidays ford Mi rs Kueel-ing-Siuire Len Ballard has declined the idea of spending the winter in Florida as ids father Is in very bad health He Intending to close out my stock or was kicked by n horse four years ngo Christmas Goods I will sell at coat and and lias never gotten over it below W G WHITE Creekmore and Asbury have rented DrugRlst 2d St near Gameit House 4b e B Ballard distillery and it is now dec3 tr Iu operalien They say they will hnve MH plenty of corn juice for the boys Christ Â¬ C H Pigg headquarters for mas and Ill bet they w ill for Jim is a dulls dec 13 2r hustler on the beer question MH C H Pigg Christmas goods Bobtown which is two miles from cheaper thau anybody else decl3 2t here has got to be n quiet place com- Â¬ pared with her record eight years ago 8 Diuelli Co have a choice line About two months ago Ad Creekmore of Christmas goods Call ami tee them had some hard words and perhnps 011 the corner second door from the some blows with Dau Jackson and Post olllce decl3 2t since tfiat there has been ill feelings French C indies In boxes Malaga toward Creekmore On Monday 2Slh Gmpes in baskets Florida Oranges while Ad was in Kingston Jolui Jack sou a brother or Dan went to the right from the grove at 8 Diuelli dec3 2r store or Creekmore Sou at which Cos time old man Creekmore who is nbout Returns from nil the fishing resorts 70 years old was resent Jackson show that tlie men with the least cot -abused him and his family drawing science always capture tlie biggest his knife N B Creekmore came iu siting of Hah Philadelphia Herald and nkf d him to stop and consider tlie old mans age Jackson turned on Oysters birds lish hot cofleo at all him saying if he moved he would cut hours at S Diuelli Cos dec13 2t his throat Creekmore picked up a Did you ever notice in playing hatchet when Jackson grasped his his arm and raUed his knife Old mat poker how hard it is for a young lady Creekmore hit Jackson with an ax who holds a fluh in her hand to oou handle nud knocked him down and ctuiljt iu lier face Burlington Free put him out of the hoifce N B Creek- Â¬ Press more gave him a good old fashiuu NOTICE beaten with his list and by the time he concluded to to home he was Tlie accounts of tlie Madison County a converted man but since says he in- Â¬ Drug Store have been placed in the tended to kill one or them if he had hands of Mr 1 M Chenault for col- Â¬ not been knocked down Mr Jackson has the name of being a quiet man lection and he would like for those aud there is not a more quiet man in ndebted to the said firm to sttlle at the county than Mr Creekmore and once dec 7 2L he stiys that Jackson is the first man You will be perfectly satisfied If you Le ever struck deal nt Whiles Drux Store nOif menhave been In the general practice of medicine for most 40 years and woild say Hint in all my practice and experience have never teen a preparation that I could prescribe with as much confidence of success ns I can II Ui flTlOTI VLVXA Halls Cahurli Cure manufactured by you Have prescribed ira great many times and its effect Is wonderful and Xi would say iu conclusion that I have yet to liud a case of Catarrh that it OF TUB CONDITION OF THE would not cure If they would take it Mfliinnfll Rflnir according to directions UUHl UUIIUIIUL HUH Yours truly J L L GOKSUCH M D AT lUOEIMOND Office 216 Summit St We will give 100 for any caee of IN THE STATE Ob KENTUCKY Catarrh that can not be cured with AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Halls CatanhCure Taken Internal- Â¬ ly F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O RESOURCES Sold by J J Brooks 75 els Loans and dlsconnts 97HH B7UJ 00 The fisherman has no difficulty in OverdmfUi lotecnrc circulation 50000 CO US Bonds secure deposits Bonds to 00 making both ends meet when he U 8 from approved reserve agents 50000 79 Dae 67975 Due from other National Banns 2811 22 catches an eel Boston Courier Due from Stale Uvnki unci htnkera S22I63 Kent Etute furniture and fixtures 60UOO0 Current expenses mid taxes paid S77 08 Childrens Books nt Whites Drug Bills of olhr Bonks 1700 00 Krsctlonnl nper currency nickels Store dec 23 tf and cents 2121 3580 00 Books at Whites Drug Store SpeeteuiKr liotrn Linen Legal 10OU0 0O Redemption fund with U S Tres- dtel3 tr urer 5 per cent of circulation 2250 00 Trion AAA Brown Cotton S591SS1 10 Extra Heavy Brown Cotton Total Cost and Below 10 4 Brown Sheeting LIABILITIES Toledo O Jan 10 Mesrs F J Cheney Co 1SS7 Gentle- quit AT COST I am going to the Dry - SELLING OUT AT COST j I Will Goods business 15000 Dollars Worth of-Dry Goods ClotMng Slioes Hats ibji PALACE DRY c quit the AT COST I am going to Dry nn l- JQ THE I Goods business EPOK T ClOtlM Ioisb If J F - c GOODS CLOTHING 1HD SHOE HOUSE will open up a C OF-- olniniT Rnnsfi jEUFIl Tl 1S9 11 3 DEC 7tlx 1887 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 6c per jrd Blankets I am going At 6Jc 15c Capital stock paid n 200 000 00 aoc 10 4 Bleached Sheeting Surplus fund e000 00 ITmlivlilwl pmrlia 2t54 97 Yard Wide Heavy Cotton 5c National Bank notes mtMunding- - 450U0 0U Individual drposltssubject to clieck 19HUH 83 Bleached Cotton Lonsdale United htates ilepo lt 40403 52 DenosllsofU Sdlbiiralng officers 4415 87 Bleached Cotton Maton ville 8Jc Due to other National Banks 3S3J 86 Due to Stale lUuka and lankerg Ziffl 25 Bleached Cotton Hope jHc 8 Bed Ticking 10 and 15c u 7 ToTAt IS313S1 10 Shirting Cotton STATU or KENTUCKY County ot Madison Gingham lor Aprons 6J4C I CD Ctiennult Cnsliler of the above 8 and 10c named bank do solemnly swtar that the Gingham for Dresses7 Hborestatoinent Is true to the best ot my Calico 4 and 5c knowledge and belief Plain Red Flannel 15 and aoc C D CHENAULT Cashier 8nnscrled and sworn to before me this Twilled Red Flannel 30 and 35c 12th day or December 1SS7 Twilled Gray Flannel I3j and 15c H K I1UUNAM Notary Public All wool Plaid Flannel Correct A ttesl A R BURNAM 10c up Jeans J Directors O HCHHNAULT T S JtOliEKLEY 60c J Bed Comfort 100 a pair Mens Celluloid Collars Shawls at anjr price to CLOSE OUT Mens Celluloid Cuff All wool Tricot Lexington Yarnall colors 65c per lb Double fold Cashmere Saxony Yarn all colors 75c per lb 30c all colors IO 13 I5C 37c 35c per vd BOOTS Ai HOE ALL AT COST Babies Shoes Childrens Shoes Ladies Heavy Shoes 35c 50c 75 Sc Cloaks and Jackets cheap Ladies Red all wool to close out 60c Underwear Ladies White all wool Underwear Ladies White Merino Underwear 6c 33c Ladies Kid Shoes Clarks ONT Spool Cotfn6 spools 35c Mens Red all wool Underwear Ladle- - Kid fine quaKty 20 per vd Mens Red all wool best Underwear 75 Floor Oil Cloth Mens Brogans Towels andNapkinsany price to close out Hose for Ladies and Children cotton and Mens Shoes Button All wool Plaid Flannel Skirts Mens Shoes Lace wool at Cost -All wool Jersejrs oc Mens Shoes Congress Mens all wool Socks j Mens Boots 15c Ladies all linen He nstitched Hand- Â¬ -kerchiefs Mens Linen Collars c Mens Boots I est quaKty 6Kc Cotton Cashmere all colors Velvet all colors 50c Silk Velvet all colors 40c Lace Curtains 4c 35c 75c t 00 per pair 100 fiso 75 1 9 and 150 f 50 Mens Linen Collars 10 and 15c j Red Table Cloth 35c per vd Bofs Boots I75 B3P0ET OF THE OF CONDITION Tiin RUBBERS A1TD ARCTICS AT COST at and below 125 100 50c Farmers National AT RICHMOND But IX THE STATE OF KEXTUCKY AT THE CLOSE OF BUSlNESsT MENS AND BOYS CAPS A GOOD FUR HAT FOR FIFTY CENTS ALMOST GIVEN AWAY I will also sell my STOCK Mens Jeans Pants Boys Pants Mens Suits Mens Overcoats -- DEC Ttli RESOURCES T J25I iXW M SjfiO DO 50000 00 2100 00 15531 80 20So IS OvenlralU Loansand discounts UtherMoeks bonds and inoitgugui Due from approved reserve agents Due from ether National lUnks Itenl cone furniture and fixtuic s 7500 CO Current expenses nnd taxes paid lVii 59 Che- - ksHiid other cash lleint 413 - 7010 2J 00 Bills of other Itnnkx Fractional paper currency nickels 15 64 nud cuiitti 10011 10 Specie lledeiiiptlou fund with u Treas- Â¬ urer 6 per cent of circulation 22X100 Ub IIiiikN tOKeCiire circulation OP CLOTHING now on hand Cost to close it out aouu A nice All wool Test 300 125 A nice All wool Coat 75c A nice pair Woolen Pants 50 Childrens Suits knee pants -- - Totai LIARILITIES -- 1380I1S76 Boys Suits Take the opportunity while you have 200 DIM U0CK Storm Party If A n umber ol friends gave Miss Katie Fox n Eurpries party on last Friday evening nt her country home Notwithstanding the inclemint weather there were about thirty you ng people wending their way in the pouring rain on fun and pleasure bent A evening was had must delightful The colored baud furnished the music Tke Registers Prizs for the dancing nud the persons men The Register f lust Friday sys ol its tiiuitioued tripped the light fantastic TIhs distribution of until 2 oclock Misses Katie and I rize dMriiMilion lie Regi ter prizes was had yaiterdaj Delia Spears of Nicholnsville Miss Ulie numbers sold were all Hit in a hat Miss of Cincinnati Pearl Gain ahd the fifet number token out by a Maiiuie Mouldeu of Kuoxville Teun I lu J foIded boy drew the Jirt prize the Misses Mollie Fife Annie Deatherage K- oiid number the Mcond prize and Pattie Deatherage Rosa Turley Lizzie - third number the third rize Turley Eva Phelps Jennie Phelps Mrs Jcrreniire Stapp it very sick 1 ituas C Blaekwell Dees Summit lye I a Feland Jauie Felaud Mrs Sam with erysipelas Mo got the 50 in cold and held nutn Fx Mis Sam Phelps Messrs D Willie Hutchinson who has been ixr i7 Jjhn Farley IiieJimotid held HrishlSeelt ThiirtoiiRHMcOreary iumiero7 and got23 in rflver and H Chenault R Pneljis M Phelps R some years iu Ohio is now visiting his fathers family Clirisinaii Kitkwvllle held iium Douglas W Denthernge Sam Dealh I r 411 winch reeeivod B i Mrs Pnir Draper Is rejoicing iu the ronvil awmo ji eraee P Gregory F Breck W the Breck T Arnold T Cov Â¬ presence ol her mother whooomes from ijiif Tlie judges in thedtetriuu- - Arnold u wen-- Mr June Walker and Mr W Todd T Massachusetts to spend the winter with ington C Covington 1 e DotjJ Tlie young man who Hagan C Shearer W While E her l H the numbers was Jesse Alverson Turley R Faris Sam Fox Sam Mr J F Browne 1ms gone to New Phelps and Joe Junes Iberiu Louisana to take charge of a Christmas Windows high school recently started at that Chrixlmas is nearly here and our PERSONAL place Jic hants up have brightened About 2 oclock on Saturday night r stock with holiday goods and Mr Walter Bennett spent sceral dajs the new house of Mr Adams was t iue have dreesed their windows Ikhu- - m CiflciHoali last week on bHsiness Iiesjcially Crooke Sou Their Mr Walter Cardwofl of Lebanon was found to be on fire Before help could be aroused the house aud contents ay of hilk liandkereiiies is gorge-c- the goest of Mr Lacy Bright last week were consumed and the designs are partlcu Miss Nannie MouWen of Knoxville liKy pretty Their windows are Mrs Fannie Roberson bus been so aractiug much The Teun is the goest of Misses Rosa and sick witli measles that her father Dr attention druggists liave large forms covered Lrszie Turley G V Holland was sent for and since wth cambric which are loaded down Mr Ben T Simmons and wife late of his arrival has given her the most vwti haudsome Xmas gifts Stoekton JeMamioe ceanty vUited their old home careful attention She is now past the illis J J Brooks ami W G White here last week crii Is and slowly recoveilng Tills powder never varies A marvel ol lave as fine dietiays of Christmas Stockton spent Thursday purity strenptli aud wlioiewmenesa More Mrs Mary g xxls as can be seen any u hqre in Ken economical than the onllnnry kinds and with her sister Mrs A D cannot he old In competition with the mulMATRIMONIAL- taky The windows of D M Bright and Friday titudes ot low testihortwelzlitnluraorphos Rash in Winchester li ve also been tastelully dress Bliate powders Sold only Wallcans N ItoVAl 1OWDEB Co IOC Y BU Miss Pearl Gains of Cincinnati and ed Miss Emma Baxter of Louisville In fact he whole town is Jnue 22 tf Katie and Delia Spear of Nicholas daughter of the late John G Baxter May- Â¬ Tightened up for the holidays nud the Mist Iiichmotid merchants cannot be beaten ville are visiting Misses Pattie and Annie or of that city and who visited Miss Mary Deatherage for style and elegance iu the State B Harris of this county several years Mr Straader GofiVof Winchester was ago was married on last Wednesday to Rpmuiuinc unclaimed in the PokU Un the Front Page in or city Thursday He and a party of Mr E F Hurt of Birmingham Ala office at Richmond Ky week ending Tlie City or Fort Smith Aikansaw gentlemen from Winchester had just re- Col A W Hamilton of ML Sterling Dec 13 1887 was best man Las sent out an elaborate pamphlet of turned from a bear nunt in Arkansas Black Mrs Marv Miller Mr Harry t- 320 XI uueiooiuer itautmai isanKB 1M5GJ Bauksiuid Bankers Is Natures own true laxative It is JACKSON COUNTY Totai- 1380418 76 the most easily taken aud the most or Joe H Parsons Born to the wife effective remedy known to Cleanse the STATE OF KENTUCKY Nov 23rd a girl named Bailie Kate s Lou n i y ot aiauison Si stem when Bilious or Costive to Mr E Parsons has been very sick dl itil Headaches Cold and Fevers I S S ra rices Ashler of tlie above named I hat above with rheumatism for several weeks but to cure Habitual Constipation Indiges Â¬ bank do soloinnly swearbest of the know- Â¬ my statement is true to the ledge and belief Is getting better tion Piles etc Manuf ictured only S S PARKE3 Cashier Mr Tom Goyle of Berea passed by he California Fig Syrup Company Snljsenlied and sworn to before me this 13th through town on his way to survey San Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton day of December 1WS7 Willis 12jun ly Col J D Harriss mountain laud Jso W CnooKE Jr Notary Public here Coutect Attest S rup of Pigs C P BURNAM Eider Harry Duerson col of the T J MMlril Directors Is the delightful liquid laxative and Missionary Baptist church Speedwell It F FA Kid preached here last Sunday to a large the only 1 rue remedy for habitual con- Â¬ stipation and tlie many ills depending congregation DE5 SL 3E3 jE 011 a weak or inactive condition of At the residence of the brides the kidneys liver and bowels is It OF THE CONDITION OF THE father November 26th Mr Simpson a pleasant remedy to take both to old Cox by Eld A B Williams Mr J and young it is gentle iu its action FIRST NATIONAL BANK H B Sims to Miss Mary Cox At Â¬ and affective it is acceptable to the AT RICHMOND tendants Iaac Persons aud Miss stomach nud strengthens the organs Lucioda Cox on which it acts Manufactured only IS TUE STATE OF KENTUCKY Mr gid Taylor of Richmond was by the California Fig Syrup Company AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS visiting friends aud relatives here San Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton Willis 9cov lm last week He also came to see the panther skin that was on exhibition BES0URCES It continues to cure Ganters Chick- Â¬ here but wnich had been shipped Jo 5352143 03 Loans and Discounts- w the Z Kilogical garden at Cincinnati the en Cholera Cure is hat we refer to Overdrafts 5880 69 GoouO 00 It cures and eaves mure chickens iu U a Bonds to secure circulation day before his arrival He contented aud mortgages 0W CO this and adjoining counties than every- Â¬ Oilierstocks bonJs rescre agents 14553 89 Due from approved himself to go fishing He caught sev- Â¬ Due from oilier National Banks- 154 55 eral large bass and one he pronounced thing else combined Sold by Stockton Due from State Banks nud bankers 2138 82 Willis Ileal estate furniture unit Allures 9447 21 It was much pleasid a salmon He 412 98 Current xpeiiseuud taxes paid 3000 10 with his trip aud says that be intends A feminine correpinIeut eaj p Premiums paid Bills of oilier Banks- 2000 00 to move up hi the free state of Jackson Who invented the telephone We Fractional pa per currency nickels 7 85 and cents to live do not know his name diar but he Specie 680 00 Legal tender notes 2000 00 used to live in Homers birthplace Redemption fund with USTreas- BEREA 2250 01 ureroperceutof circulation SoinervIIIe Journal Duo to State Syrnn of Figs S153000 Oipllal stock paid lu Surplus lurid 50000 profits- 9333 UiHtlvited 45000 National Batik notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check 121219 00 00 17 Come early and get your Goods at Cost and save paying other merchants a profit 00 82 it and buy your Goods At and Below Cost of - s F 5 C HAYS V O T WHERE TO H J STRENGS MAMMOTH LOUISVILLE STORE HIS SLEDGE HAMMER ARGUMENTS ARE BOUND TO WIN I DEC Ttli 1887 1 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In Surplus fund Uuutvldod profits W57176 07 200000 00 0000 00 T fc 4 3000 National Bjnknolesoutstandlng ladividaaldaiKMits subjecttocheck llfJTii W Due to other National Banks- 231t 4 5 00 94 C8 TOTA- I- S157176 7 He has cut prices right in two He wants to get rid of his goods and wants your money and says he is bound 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 prices for ejoods Bear in mind that STATE OF KENTUCKY -- i E Oreenleaf Cashier of tho above bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J E GrEKxiEAK Ci shier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th daj of December 1887 Jons V Ckooke Jr Notary Public CoBEfcCT Attest J W CAPERTON1 I Directors WM IRVINE I J named Lousnr of Madison ISS GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES are his SLEDGE HAMMER ARGUMENTS and he has a complete line of the very best Dry Goods of all kinds such as RX WIIUE OP J EEFOET THE C0NDI1I0N 1 J Dress Goods Flannels Blankets Shawls Jeans Lindseys Calicoes Domestics c COMPLETE LINE OF CLOTHING such as Mens and Boys AT H1CUM0ND Absolutely Pure 111 IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC Ttli lSST RESOURCES- Suits Â¬ Mens and Boys OVEKCOATS c c Â¬ LETTERS Â¬ surormatioii profusely illustrated Tlie L Mfefc Mattie Lester of Wjwhington D Miss Alice Julia Bronston this plaee residence of Mr John S Park former- Â¬ and Mr AV D Oldham of Dennieon Mr Jamesilalcer oTLowndesYiHe ly of his place adorns the first page C and S C are guests bCthe family of Collector Texas were married in the Christian shows forth an attractive home S Bronston and attended the wedding church yesterday at 12 oclock Elder C The h ue is or the latest ttyle of archi- Â¬ T Miss Lula of Mist Alice Bronsten and Mr Win D P Williamson officiating tecture with a dlapliy of uable veran Â¬ Bronston sister of the bride was maid of Oldham on Tuesday last das tallcbimnevs nd front Klein The honor Mr Wm Smith of Louisville Mrs Judgc ReW of Mt SteriinS was a was best man Attendants Ercun Is are well laid out and embrace Master trees walks and a fountain and are guest of Mrs Col Slmms Thursday and Nepill Moberlev of this nlaee Miss e Kjised by an Iron fence A jrfeture Monday nights as khewent to and from j Kaj Bron6ton of Lexington niece of C the bank of which he Is cashier apÂ¬ Flcmingsburg where she visited her kins Â¬ the bride Master Joe Chenault of this men Mrs Hendrick and Miss Harris place Miss Salltc Bronston of Lexington pears elsewhere iu the pamphlet A good portrait or MajW Thomas While h re she drore out to her lands ad niece of the bride Ushers Mr James Her Baker South Carolina Mr M Ward Daruea a former Cenuly Court Clerk joinipg her old home Sunny Side cf Madison county now a prominent son ReH Rogers celebrated his 2 1st C mhiana Messrs Wm B Bright lawjer of Fort Smith is found in the birthday at Virginia University where he Harvey Chenault A F Dudley Charley 1 is a law student His professors Minors Breck of Richmond ramiulet After tlie ceremoN Hen ever you find a RlcNnond man and Gilmorc report Reid as very well ny lunch was served at the heme of the Â¬ away frona hame he is always in the and remarkably well advanced Decem brde and the couple took the afternoon ber 4th his birthday Paris Citizen uuirow train for texas Boyd G A Brown W S nJ Carr W Carpenter A N col ChenaultMrs Rettie Ray Gime Cornclison Mrs Richardson George Resiey Chs T Martha Harris Miss Nannie Shearer Miss Annie Smith Waller Harris Mrsjas Harris Mrs Mary A SaunJers Harry IrrionMrsMollie WaltonMieg Georgia Walker R A Hibbitt Master 1 Iarry Walker Josie Williams fclitha Jenkins Chas E Lanter Miss Moi- - White A J - lie E Wood A 0 Millet- - McKinney Miss Katie Overton Mrs Jane Loans and discounts 430008 26 8JM7 21 Overdraft 50000 00 U S Bonds to secure circulation approved reserve agents 37312 85 Due from 19 479 10 Due from other Nutluunl Banks 2 47 Due f romStato Banks and Bankers 2130 88 Current expenses aud taxes paid Bills ol other Banks 7700 00 Fractional paper currency nickels 8 95 and cents- Specie 17790 00 Legal tender notes - 10000 00 Redemption fund with US Treas- Â¬ urer 5 per ceut of circulation 2200 00 BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL KINDS HATS CAPS TRUNKS AND FURNISHING GOODS Last but not least the very best thing pertaining to the styles and qualities in Cloaks Jackets and Short Wraps We inaugurate with this day one of the greatest sales of goods ever known in Richmond Totai LIABILITIES 518019 CO JJO0X00 Co Capital slock paid in 5SUUU 00 Surplus fund 1102737 Undivided profits National Bank note outstanding 45000 10 Individual dejstt subject to check 1950iH 78 257 04 Due to other National Banks 1593 23 Due to aiate Banksnnd bankers Notes and bills re discounted- 5132 25 THE PRICES OF EVERYTHING so CUT CUT CUT STATE OF KENTUCKY ouarrr of Mau ieok Totai -- - -- l5eoio ss SItC Â¬ Advertised matter will be held two weeks after date of advertisement und iIipo if undelivered will be Sent to the dead letter oflicp Post office hours from 0 a jr to 7 p Money order aud registered letter M hours prompt 7 a m to 0 p ai v Jb WILLIS PM - IJno B Walker Cashier ot the above uamod bank do Rolemuly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and Lallsr JNO B WALKER Cashier Subscribed and sworn to Iwfore me this 13th day cf Deoember 1887 R E TURLEY Notary Public ConascT Attest I W T TEVIS Dtrectors JUNE WALKER j J l HERNDONJ that everybody can buy We want to double our sales this December over last year and we willdo it if prices are any criterion You want goods and I want money I make prices that will bring it BOIffT FAIL TO 4GHVE ME A LOOK AlffB YOU WILL XaEARIff WHAT SLEDGE HAMMER ARGUMENTS MEAIBT They are bound to go Gome ane see me EL J STRENG LOUISVILLE S5E0EE fl JTABJWELL JSJVEBlUiaSE -- YpnntShoWsthh 1 TIME OF ax at him and proceeded furllier lo j Couuty South Carolina Jall Ajfew L0GAL DIRECTORY 1888 V First Saturday in every month beat his wife The son IheQ fired la I hours before hla deathiBafley made the DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERS FartweH dearestmuse oh farewell LODGE shot gun at his father inflicting following confession to the Jailer and County Judge J C Chcnault wounds in the bowels of each of his a reporter from which it appears that ForT must awaye J l MASONIC County Clerk Thomas Thorpe TBI tame other time - parents the mother dying in a half he was a veritable Blue Beard Richmond Lodge No 25 meets 2nd - County Attorney J A Sullivan My flame lsSlephriey Bailey I ILLUSTRATED hour the father being only slightly In some fairer dime Sheriff N U Deatherage and 41I1 Tuesday in each month IM aM thee some da v wouuueu am about seventy years old I have Jailor George V Matipin J SPEED SMITH W M K kljlerjluiy Harpers Weekly has a Coroner Alexander Norrfe B J Newlon Secretary Farewell sweet muse a long farewell The Jter J JGravalty6tuniedlast been married threejltue3 rtlace as the leading illusl rated Surveyor B F Crooke first wife with a clqv hectmnje was Satfirday from Dakota bYmchiJi with Cruel is that word newspaper in America The fairness of Assessor John W McPherson Richmond R A Chapter No 16 Catherine I buried her in the garden polities Supt Public Schools Mm Amanda its editorial comments on current him 27 Indians who have been enterThe true hearts must sever meets 3rd Tuesday in each month was found out and and after a while it Million has earned for it the respect and confidence ed as students at IheN and A Iut-liThey may love forever J SPEED SMITH H P of all impartial readers and the variety CITY OFFICERS W E Hay Secretary Good bye nry Bonnie Bird lute here Sight of the number were the people dug herup and buried her and excellence of its literary contents City Judge II C Rice females most of this lot are Sioux in the graveyard she had ylx children which include serial and short stories by RICHMOND COMMANDERY NO IQ FareweM mountain singer farewell City Attorney A J Reed the best and most popular writers fit it with some Om alias Several Winne for me My second wifes name was Â¬ City Collector R A Barlow Regular meeting first Tuesday in each For now we must part Mary I killed her with a brick by hit Â¬ for the perusal of people of the widest bagoes were expected but failed to courteCity Clerk Wm G White JCe mere te sweetly dream range of tastes and pursuits Supplements month Visiting Sir Knights are ting her in the head I will not tell come Mr Gravatt reports a growing are frequently provided and no expenseis ously invited to attend SMITH CITY POLICE Oh that fair mountain stream J SPEED interest in education among Jhe In- Â¬ what I did with her body She had spared to bring the highest order of artisGood bye ray Hfe my heart J D Feeney and J A Mershon child for me a boy rjs name is Eminent Commander tic ability to bear upon the illustration of dians Iu addition to these who reach Que CITY COUNCIL the changeful phases of home and foreign Beeea Kt Wilhelm D P Armer Recorder here Saturday three others are expect Sabey I dont know where he is My In all its features Harpers history third wifes name was Sallle She was J D Mitchell Mayor ed shortly Hampton Va Monitor Weekly is admirably adapted to be a Madison Lodee No i8t at Kirksville First Ward J Stone Walker unfaithful to me for a long time I NEWS PARAGRAPHS welcome guest in every household Second Ward G W Evans meets Saturday evening before the full Statistics in the office of the United told the man to stop but he would not Third Ward Owen McKec moon in every month States Collector of Customs give the and kept up his intimacy with her W Caperton Fourth Ward Dr Semmerbrod of Brelau UniverT E SHANKS WM Periodicals importation of silver ore from Mexico My wife and I iiad not been on good J M Smith Secretary sity does not believe the Crown Prince to OF THEPEACECONSTADLESAND JUSTICES Paso Texas lust month as 0762 terms for three or four weeks That PER YEAR has a cancer and regards the prospects tons valued at 340135 PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING This is an day 1 lay in wait fur her in a foot path -- 4 00 HARPERS WEEKLY of his recovery as hopeful Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston COURT average of 226 tons pr day an average and as she came along I hit her ou HARPERS MAGAZINE 4 00 meets Saturday evening belt re the full CapL Henry V Koblhass the oldest value of 31 per ton The daily aver- Â¬ the head with an ax and killed her FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND MONTHS HARPERS BAZAR 4 00 moon in every month HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE 2 00 native citizen of Winchester is dead age tor October is 176 tons and the and dragged her body into the bushes NOVEMBER JAMES M BOEN W M Postage Free to all subscribers in the J C Witt Secretary He was sixty uiue years of age and highest dally average for any mouth until that night Then I sent my boy D P Armer Richmond District No United States Canada or Mexico Wm his death occurred in the same room preceding October was 147 tons The to the yard for a wheelbarrow and Waco Iodge No 33S at Waco meets at Court House 3rd Wednesday Willis at Court House 1st Saturday total importation for the past eleven when he came I sent him back to the in wbiou he was born ffggHKLook the Weekly begin 4th Saturday in every month The volumes of Lyman Parrish Constable D G MARTIN W M with the first Number for January of each a total of house Then I put the body into the months is 40476 tons Foxtown District No 1 G B Million W T Fielder Secretary J B Jelmsen one of the wealthiest 22046 tons for8S6 against time is mentioned sub year When no wneeioarrow and carried it about a at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond citieens of Wiebita Kansas shot and scriptions will begin with the Number cur- Â¬ At By a collision between a wild engine mile and put it in the furnace John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th rent at time of receipt of order kitted his wife and then committed Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Saturday J Si Chenault Constable Bound Volumes of Harpers Week and a freight train on the Louisville sunrise I started the fire aud about suicide yesterday Sickness and de JOHN HILL W M Union District No 3 Albertk Parks ly for three years back in neat cloth month or nine oclock it was found out ependeBoy are the alleged oause of the and Nashville road near Franklin eight binding will be sent by mail post paid or at Union City 1st Saturday John A John G Taylor Secretary Ky Patrick Gorman of Bowling Sallie bad seven children for me double crime by express free of expense provided the Turoin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox N Lanter Constable freight does not exceed one dollar per volGreen was killed and Engineer Fen The Ait Amateur a miser living at New wiok seriously figured While lying in every month Pete Bennett town meets 3rd Saturday ume for 7 00 per volume Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Cloth Cases for each volume suitable Part Maine was almost beaten to beneath the engine the flesh on one of For December contains a charming at Waco 2nd Saturday John W for binding will be sent by mail post Jacob II Shearer Secretary Moo res at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles death by robbers wk carried otf his legs roasting meanwhile Fenwick colored plate of Pansies fine studies 00 each paid on receipt of Oldham Constable I SfSMM wbioli he had concealed in Berea LoJge No 617 at Beiet meets took his orders from his pocket and of Holly aud Mistletoe and China Remittances should be made ny rost Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at Wm M ADAMS W M the house owiHg to his distrust of read them Had lie found that he had Asters Office Money Order or Draft to avoid 1st Saturday and a page of timely aud Leeland D Kingston 4th Saturday chance of loss J C Davis Secretary saviHg banks Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday misconstrued them and caused the ac- useful suggestions fur Christmas decor- Â¬ Newspapers are not to copy this adverGeorge Young Constable Mr JLeuU Bristew of Florida and cident he says that he meant to cut ation The other designs Include a 00P tisement without the express orders of Glade District No 6 James M Wood Harper Brothers Address daughter of Prof his ibroit and die then and there He beautiful extra size classic figure Hero No 14 I O O F Miss Aliee Rueker Madison Lodge John G Gal HARPER BROTHERS meets every Monday night at Odd Fellow s at Berea 3rd Saturday J Rueker Principal of the George is expected to recover bat will be a the third of a series of of six panels J loway at White s Station 1st Saturday New York nov3o tf Hallon Main btreet fur painting or outliue embroidery towaBaptist Seminary were united cripple R G Ballard Constable M B ARBUCKLE N G an admirable arrangement of Orange Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton in marriage at the Baptist church L J Frazee Secretary The negotiations between the Ford Lillies at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander for a vase or embroidery a Wednesday Rev Henry Macdonald syndicate which possesses a charter Boone Encampment N040 meets every Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M pretty fish plate decoration one of Atlanta Ua uflrciathig for a bridge over the Mississippi at veiy first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Fowler Constable design large set of six Poosey District No 8 J N Hendren Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky la Ctay and other counties in Ar- - Memphis and the various roads touch of ablackberry a vines aad bold for of aud fruit V L FARLEY C P at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A ease known as black dip ing that point are broken oil and the kaitsas a di wood carving three music cupids for Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday ILLUSTRATED L J Frazee Scribe theria is caning many deaths the idea temporarily abandoned The tapestry painting a fine pomegranate S D Carpenter Constable pbysieiaas being unable tn suc road refuses to buy the Foid franchise Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No Million District No 9 J M Long at Harpers Bazar is a homi journal altarfrnutal and superfrontal design second Thursday in each month Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday cessfully treat H Over fifty deaths on account of the many restrictions of A B New It combines choice literature and live art 3 meets Fellows Hall full directions for treatment some with by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday have reeeHtiy ooeurred three occurring the charter and because they did pleasiug illustrations with the latest intelligence re at Odd diaper motives for curtain R A BARLOW Captain James A Harvey Constable Each nuinter has girding the fashions wttbia twelve hours in a family nam Â¬ not believe the instrument worth embroidery Special notable features L J Frazee Clerk clever serial and short stories practical ed Spurgeon 500000 There is a probability that and timely essays bright poems numerare an excellent drawing of Krauss KNIGHTS OF HONOR 1888 the Union Bridge Company of New Holy Family ous sketches etc Its pattern sheet and Iu the Catherine The searefty of salt in this market is York will take up the work Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets fashionplate supplements w ill alone help and push Wolfe collection four delightful stuffies in Odd Fellows wMh Itog killing The interfering ladies to save many times the cost of the evcrly Friday evening it through but nothing certain is of children by Lobrichon and two mpply was entirely exhausted Monday subscription and papers on social eti Hall at 7 oclock B yet W BENNY Dictator pages of very attractive studies of queltc decorative art house keeping in all and it is a matter rf oowhiucture when known James Tevis Reporter its branches cookery etc make it useful wHI be received owing to the furniture and interior decoratiou for J S Sinclair of the Sinclair ILLUSTRATED in every household and a true prorroter of low Mage of the Ohio river and the Forbes larm near Mapes was in the the ordiuary home There are valua- Â¬ THE Its editorials are marked by economy CHURCH DIRECTORY small stock in the hands of the jobbers city last week and gives us the follow- ble practical articles on still life paiut- good sense and not a line is admitted to Harpers Magazine is an organ of offend the most fasing rejxirt of their wouderful crop iug dead game and flower painting DaHviMe Advocate progretrfive thought and movement in Go its columns that could tidious taste every department of life Besides other From 755 acres of land they threshed in oil- tapestry painting and artistic BAPTIST JtthH Owen Snyder of flartford City altout 24000 bushel of wheat aud from picture framing The collector receives attractions it will contain during the Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday coining year important articles mperbly lad who has walked day ami night 120 acres of oats they got 9000 bushels particular attention in new depart- Â¬ Periodicals and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru illustrated on the Great West articles on for over two years and who was known The v heat averaged 31 bushels and 20 ment called The Cabinet pard which in- Â¬ American and forein industry beautiPER YEAR died pounds to the acre elevator weight cludes n fully illustrated article on as the Indiana Walking Man Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and fully illustrated papers on Scotland Nor BAZAR- HARPERS 4 00 USunday wav Switzerland Algiers and the West last week He ate his meals while aud the oats averaged 75 bushels to the Japanese Snuff Bottles Pastor Rev T L Law son a curious HARPERS MAGAZINE 4 00 walking in a circle path about his acre A half section 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Protestant Services every ers curious characters and Christ zisits Brooklyn Union 415713 Hirphis to the credit of the mas by GilbertNasht is an exquisite It is wonderful in its wealth of pictures Sunday morning and evening and on county Pastor Rev W Y S82S146 How could the Although M Sadi Carnot the newly poem la the Department are numer- Â¬ information and interest Christian Ad- Friday evening From October 18S7 to October 18SS Sheppard vocate N Y State do without us elected President of the French Ke ous short contributions from eminent 15 BEAUTIFUL COLORED PLATES METHODIST public is not known on this side of sources Baby Grace is a sad little Fac Simile of Portrait Fruit Flower TERMES Postage Prepaid 200 Per Year College Hill the Atlantic his name has been a Christmas story 1st Centenary M E in verse and Marine and Landscape Studies equally A petition has been filed with the Vol IX began November I 1837 Sunday morning and 4th Sunday mornON Secretary of State for presentation to 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the French Govern- - any head but mine for Home Decoration Sunday school South Richmond Ben Cusley and Charles A Logan of ment passed after the involution had - Mother anxioijsly Tin- afrad abundanthints 5i5Wis the time ib fend tosethcr J 93oT2nd Scott Superintendent Services Oxford Junction Iowa were rival suit- Â¬ subsided To him is generally Jat- - yon are giving the baby toonuch Dollars for iSSS and every and 4th Sunday mornings at Father ors for the hand of Miss Elizabeth tributed thexredit of discovering Na sugar James Notatralf with thiscard Four 11 A M and every Sunday night at 7 P receive also my dear I want him to ho full of eeveuteen-year-ol- d Watterson M the Pastor Rev I A Henderson poleons merit aud appointing him to o daughter of a farmer The the command of the army of Italy - if grit PRESBYTERIAN Steinway Sons The chirich bug eats tnOf armors two met at the ladys home and fought the latest ot llje family Las the ele Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th for their lady love the victor to have ment of greatness in him be now has grain the beo moth spoils his hdneyj Incrudlrigthree artfcularly fine colored Hazleton Bros Sundays tho bed bug fills him fulf of pain the plates namely SV magnificent study of the prize Cusley won driving Logan a tiue opportunity to sbowjtForruans Chapel 4th Sunday GRAPJESbyJJjaH Way a charm Christie humbug scoopshis money Flavonla oil at the point of a pistol The young Kirksville 1st and Sundays Pastor lngfIiApSCAE with windmill ex Argus New England RevWm Crow 3rd and figoreby W HHHlard and a richly girl loved Logan aud yesterday after Â¬ tTbe following letter fromtheassas Little Jiramlc wont out in tho colorcd study of -- PANSIES Richmond South Services every Sunby Id noon put a bullet through her heart sln of President Garfield is published and other Pianos day Prayer meeting Wednesday nights for the first time The original in the gardn with his mother picking rasp Â¬ Lamb Addre Richmond North Services II A Mt MONTAGUE MARKS Col Isaac Wicgate one of the mot t unuuwiiuiig ui uuiieau is in ine Ks- - berries when chancing lojofov- - stung U f Chicaso Cottage Organs and 3 P M Pastor prominent farmers of Franklin county sessiou of Mr M If Dayis President by a bee came crying O mammal 33 Union Square New York Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sunar i iJr Five diHorent fcpegimeri died at his home Woodiake Thursday of the Pemigewassett Mutual Relief I pickeda hnmbleberry V Sr days Says tha Burlington Free Prtsr oers wlthTivfe Beautiful Collored morning at 4 oclock of apoplexy Col Association of this place It was given Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A PIANOS AND ORUANS FOR KENT a shining crown willbe seftt on receipt of this paragraph M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M Wmgate was formerly a clerk in the to agetitLemarj whpjgave It to Mr sand ON A- Rent applied as part payment yet bo no king k To whlcbJwe aniLOne Dollar regular price i70 Pastor Rev L H Ulanton D D office of the Auditor of State and later Davis by Charles Reed Guiteaus reply A man may have a shining Address as above Write For- Prices and Terms was Clerk of the Senate He was a lawyer crowjrt and yot bo aching Lowell LUKE U MILWARD has revolutionized the generous honest Kentucky gentleman MADISON COUNTY DIKECTORY Strictly Private Courier world daring tho last 8 and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky give you and Mr in the cempletest sense of the term hnlf century Not least No wonder lhat all tho girls are Mr Rekd I will CIRCUIT COURT amontr the wonders at wid very many persons all over the Merrick aud Gen Butler and Judge dead gone on tho game of base ball June 22 If Inventive progress is a method and system of Judge J R Morton will mourn his untimely taking Magruder ray note payable one year especially the girls bi uncertain age work tlmt cau be performed nil over the Stale couutry without reparoling Commonwealths Attorney CJ B rocs the workers hence for 5000 each if you get me who have posed as huband catch- Â¬ from thlr hoines Pay liberal nny 0110 can off ton out of here I think you can do It ou do the work either sex young or old no ers all their Uvea Hartford Sunday special ability required Capital are those who read Master Commissioner J R Burnam the ground of non jurisdiction of not needed and then act they will Henry V Leslie and James A Wil Â¬ court I have just written to the Journal you aro started free Cut this out rnd return Clerk W II Miller my linnorablri emDlovment 10 son respectively Secretary and Treas Â¬ brother to make this oiler to Gen But Trees have some characteristics In of us and we will send you freeto uoine liiug will nottnka tlinm from you that creat value and importance COMMON rLKAS COURT The will In business which urer of the Delaware and Chesapeake ler aud Judge Magruder I depend pn common with psoplo In tho spring you Mart you money Tight away will brine tlielr homes and families sevpralprofits Mre iimdeand mo linndenl in more Judge T J Scott than ohy iL liars a monthnowIt inking for any one Io GIVE THIS HOUSE to secure these gentlemen and I they begin to leave for tho summer Is easy pleaded guilty to a him Coal Company Master Commissioner S E Scott dejend on you to becure Mr Merrick although somo will bo unablo to do so tliliigelse In the world Grand outfit free ivkelonml upwards per day who Is wlll Add esTrueA Co Augusta ilalne i ui work Klthcrsezyong or old capi charge of embezzlement in Philadel Â¬ Please call with Mr Merrick without Clerk W H Miller nov SO ly iHi not needed we start you because their trunks will be seized for Everything T1VJK phia and were sentenced to the pen- Â¬ delay I presume I could make 50 now No tpeclal aMilty OF HOLDING COMMON PLEAS COURT yon required rrade can tlo It as wrll an any one Writs if itentiary the first fur eight and the 000 next winter lecturing offer 1 could board Exchange F r t Monday In January 1st Mondiv ti us at once for lull narllcu wrr which we get out of this I have an of 500 An exchamro sneaks of tha ideal in June and 3rd MonJay in October mx free Address Siuson Juiie22 tf fctcoud for six years They had de Â¬ per nlghWorjfiix fnlubU from Boston Co Portland M lie ill He is not likely to be- ErumbJer novSuly Yonrg trriiy frauded the company of 600000 and TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT como jia popular a tho ideal growl- r- - QirABEES GurTEArr ran away into Canada Leslie return Â¬ Third Monday in Maich and Septem- Jail Waiugton DarFeb 1 en jfHoilattr weve been told holds US bc- ed voluntarily aud Wilson came back a quart The ideal grumbler may hold ex In llioniuH St Wonders ale slKtirpnwi o r T111C OF HOLING QLARTXXLY AJSTJ at Whites Urugiore Twlllwll nrivalnlv mv Knur Mill 121682 form- n9tf under extradition proceedings Taotei KorritUton Harold 4o mrts but qveui oh Tttrc e ww Ifcitumtil 4 mjles east of lliahtmnid on --O John in ut tirnntabu mt COCX V COCBT Creek road It la n good said Mrs Smith tear Â¬ Slephney Bally who it will be reDarlington S C vhlie tuiiiii- aouii Fred Edwards of l r- Hw Mill in niiinliii order wiilt log ii ru ixiuii Mirt rvitiKwHh1 w A Co P u 1 Ill fully vim Vf neriv resenting bis wifes interferencawiUi membered murdered his wife about fully Ma has cut her thumb dreadÂ¬ wagon In ort aiid all lht appurte Â¬ ii tn r Ap- futi in if lft jges can m n 1 and tho doctor says theres nances bfn drat class now two weeks ago burned her body io a ir f x it a Saw Mill the nunishment foneof their chil 0 er OI- danger of lockjaw dm and u wtll Ho neednt bo I-- t Coiit o v nd Mcnday uetrHoiie onInstchurfjidaylhe hes l juii i rvuinitiw cp cash the rrw dren knocked her downA Their son furnace of a savuilll aiumipon being afraid of that rrmin1-- Rmlfh at n 1 en Mc t uuier uau Jmock me hnlf iiimh S place to huy uruga and b66ks Whltea vt iJO beaought arrested cut his throat died from the ucaiiy JJm eighteen eare old threwiuiljflecls of LIb wounds in the Berkeley ayathjtwtrik AllMiccerd Shell never give it a chance j 7jjt u y Coui i each Drugstore nov A y tirt Men JAMES DAVIS 19 f n desist and the latter himto to lock m bh Ml 5f HOLDING CITY COURT I J DUE THE Harpers feelly I Ul w AND w T COPJTR AC TOR Is prrnarcd to do all kinds of Â¬ - UaUllliijiJl AT THE BUILDING AND COXTKAi WORK Which ceased to ex ist last June should atLonce be paid AT THE MOST Â¬ Â¬ Reasonable Rates Â¬ Harpers 1 1 CLIMAX OFFICE and in the best manner lie - A thoroughly educated Carpenur and builder ami those eon temp ing building will do well to seuire an estimate from him Office at his residence on HalL Irvine Street July22 tf 1 5 at the Hr 7rlF H I D IQ1HEIFIBD DKAIKK IX KM Â¬ Â¬ her Â¬ ire date on the margin of your Climax just after your name that is the date to which you are paid If you owe any thing on the Herald please call and pay it or send it to us as the 1888 Herald business must HARPERS BAZAR be settled You have had four months in which to pay a dol lar or two ana we are sure you do not want any more time 1 Whiskies Brandies - Â¬ Wines Cigars c Â¬ tsasa First Street RichmondKy 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thmnaaiU of doUars aad a wrU of troaMe The sf eat rcUaaee mhar aeeos It it U1U1 h j - CQ uSBSo 1c nic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 CD aatMote for the diagers toLfe his Lie limb aad comfort iralea swreaad the pioneer The MercliaHt needs K about all store air his eEaptejees Accidents wHI aapfKa and vih a these ceao the Mastaog Iiatawfit H n aaled at in Keep a Bottle In the House Tls the best I The RaUroidmasBelataHdwlIInlitu his ttfe Is a rooad of aeddents and dacc The Ilackwoodsman aeedslt Tberelsr - Huaa eeeneer Â¬ Keep a Bottle In the Fact orr Its Immediate use In case of aeeideBt saves pais and loss of waes Keep a Bottle Always In tho stable for ise when lranted june22tf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Er DOUGLAS HO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ha 4 Nig hrl Kj- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CD Â¬ The Art Amateur J- Â¬ Courier-Journ- al DYKES h5 CD Â¬ Â¬ s 1 JF North Second Street Â¬ Â¬ i la prepared to supply his customers The Bntclier Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GROCERIES e3 - Â¬ Pianos and Organs well-to-d- r- Three Months Eree Canned roods Crrsesr and 0 Steaks Forlx Sausage and liribioxi AT THE LO YEST PRICES juue22tf W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the ordinal and onlyfchaml seweOYelt 4shue in the world equals eastern madelbatd sewed shoes with the best - jv Â¬ aud plenty of every thing in my line This house is Strictly that test from 6 to 9 W L DOUGLAS CtWTLCMl -- Â¬ Num-Plates -- Business The only S3 SEAMXKS3 ronu caoeinme or nanswita oat tacKs Finest Calf perfect fit Button and lace au ijiniuc as those and durablelUHIISUI T cotlciiort5Bi all wear the W s 3 aaawarrncea inrress ej i- y swa is eJW- -- -- - Strictly CASH Easis I IOUCLASi L mi nnoe A r Y Jei3 J RIC1LII The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash -111 imll aflait tltllll af T1 TT DOUULAS S2JS9 SHOE li nnsa eelled for bexrj wear If not sold by yon deaUr write DOUGLAS Brockton Mais I WI Fcr sale in R chxsoml JACK FREEHUi3 32au2ty Sat For m A I -- WANTJED W i- M i t- 1- 1 -- i 111 ii 11 uuui 5iB0TJND5aICdG Commercial Colleee Cheapest ffiJSSKS ti 11 r 1 4 Best 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