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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fcs jp - - i i i 1 ibtff Crr j - - - - j N AwJ I THE CLIMAX VOLUME Tt BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE EICHMOND THE- SURPLUS PROBLEM Secretary Falrchltdn Suggestion for U Solution Various Method Dlscued Other Financial Topic Touched Upon In UL Annual Xeport Secretary Endl cott and Attorney General Garland Give Account of Their Stewardship - MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 21 1887 I BEE 1 gygfoa raggjgi 4 Li If NUMBER 27 Clixax Painting FRICE Co 150 PER YEAR FRENCH TIPTON wm g white J - - sti Professional Cards A Wilkes Smith D D S above Second oTOFFICE Main street two doors june22 tf J C MORGAN D D S toTOFFICE Main street over Madi khi National Batik Ricbmoud Ky juue22tf SURGEONT PHYSICIAN AND OFFICE Second street over Mndi june22if pci County Drug Store dr j m poyntz G W EVANS M D AND BURGEON PHYSICIAN Ob FICE Fccond street over D P juut22tf Araiere jewelry jtore DR T J TAYLOR p-u- RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second etreetover Dykes june22t I -- tr Store rn tier in Medirine anl Surgery WAKHUsoTOif Dec a Tno Secretary of the Treasury In hit annual report submitted to Con Kress says that the total ordinary receipts of the Government for the year ended June ao 1SS7 were JS71087 and the total ordiÂ¬ nary expenditures were that t3158S5v4S3 leav la a surplus of 15567B which w th an amount drawn from the cash balance In the Treasury of ti445S7iQ makes a total surplus or 18003570 whlrh was oSered to the redemp Â¬ tion of bonds The receipts for the year show on lncreaso of 131933550 over tht year before and the expenditures show an increase of 5419041 For the present yeir the revenues are estimated at 1383000030 and the expenditures 1816817785 learinj an estimated surplus of 6B1S1 June 80 1SSS The Secretary estimates the surplus for the year 1880 at 86489 KK5 In regard to the surplus revenue the Secretary says Taxation and currency reform wore tho quesUms whch my distinguished predecessor deemed to be of the most pressing Importance and to them he devoted a large part of the two annual reports which he made to the Con- Â¬ gress I And the same subjects to be still the most lmporta t of all th se to whloh It Is my duly to call your attention and it is not necessary to do otherwise than follow the general lines laid down by him In treating them Circumstances have heightened the Immediate urgency of taxation reform as affect Â¬ ing the surplus revenues of the Government The urgency is so great that the question of surplus revenues demands the earnest attention of both the legislative and executive branches of the Government The Secretary then gives the following ways In which the receipts and expenditures of the Government may be mad about equal L The purchase of the Interest bearing debt of the Government Large expenditures by Government for other purposes than the purchase of bonds so that they shall each year equal the taxation ot that year Reduction of the revenue from taxation to the amou it actually required to meet necesÂ¬ sary expenses Â¬ i i DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs Itie22tf DR PHIL ROBERTS J of the annual report ot the Secretary of the Navy which was made to the President yoster SECRETARY WHITNEY His Annual Report DnlalInc the Years Operations In tlio Navy Department Something About the Now War Ships Washington Dec 9 The first paragraph Olliee same as Bennetts law offlce upstairi over Herudons drug store v ner of Mam and Second streets jil327 ly P ilnmnd Ky OftVrs ubllC In- - professional services to the DR Hit UC FOltl lionr AMBROSE KY lll-lM-- uayconlnlns the lnterestng and satisfactory assurance that though many dimeult es have stood In the way ot the creation of a creditable new navy many of these have In the last year been removed and If it Is the will of thi country that we should bo pos sessrd of a navy able to maintain when required the honor and dignity of the Government It can now read ly be creÂ¬ ated The difficulties were the lack of III 4 rrn J AY m lUanKal Mr lf J C Lickey in the Hf- - T SBXSMlTil Sm M 1 IllWCIAN i - AND SURGEON to the THE BOSTON WHITE HALL KY professional service DR T J FAIN OuVih t JlUliilf Olliee al UNION CI IY KY Idprofewinal services to - Joe ielitrvV Atis 17 U Hardin W Bright A M M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON manufactories of steel forg ng for heavy guns of armor for Iron clad vessels and ot machine and rapid firing guns All these manufactories are now In process of construction under con- Â¬ tracts with the department Th plant at Bethlehem Pa for the production of armor and gun steel is to be second to none In the world The Secretary says it was a mistake for this country to depend on any other country tor implements of war because in time of warsueh Implements would be contraband and when most needed could not be obtained Accord-Â¬ ingly the d partment declined to make any purchases of thellotchkiss arms except on condition that a manufactory be established in ths country The condition was accepted and sow the Holchkiss Company has found that it can manufacture secondary batteries fur ships cheaper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street over Madi eon I ount j Drug Stole I want it distinctly understood that I inn the only one in Iciclimond Hint uu dt island llie thorough use or the and Chemistry as applied t examinations of ti sues and lluid THE CHICAGO f Mi hnmmi IkmIv I oulv mention tm for honest protection My signa- - here than at tome The armor and gun steel lure will beattaeneu to eacn examina Â¬ contracts are but 35 per cent more than Eu ropean prices though the plant will cost the 2Sniclily tion e TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Hpetiil attention siveii t abstracting tlle to lands in Eastern Kentucky S E Office in Climax building Corner Main and Second Streets up June 2i tf lairs Bethlehem Company 12503000 All the unarmored vessels authorizel by Con gress are completed or in course of construc tion They nrd the contract cost of their hulls and machinery are Tne dispatch vessel 315000 Dolphin the protected oruser prote tel cruise tho Boston 619001 rfil70M the protected cruiser Atlanta J839000 protected cruser Chicago the protected 110170 O the Charleston cruiser Baltimore HtJ500 guaboat No 1 cruiser t4550JJ gunboat No 2 cruiser 817- Â¬ Attorney at Isaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R OFFICE with C F June liam on Firtt Street 15ur 22 E T BURNAM trvMsafrr7ljJrt TEE JTTWAEX 000 A tt Attorney at RICHMOND Miller J A SULLIVAN KENTUCKY OFFICE mi Fin t street same as formerly occupied by County Judge oct6 Iaw ly Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Olliee on Second Street juie22tf T J SCOTT the protected cruiser Newark tl34SOO0 protected cruiser No 4 11350000 protected cruiser No5tl42300J gunboat No 3 cruiser tboOJO gunboat No 4 cruiser U00000 dyna mite cruiser including dynamite- - guns etc 1350000 first class torpedo boat f8i75a Of coast and harbor defense for which Con- Â¬ gress appropriated 12030000 the Secretary says little has been done Aboard of oncers ap pointed last August to consider the matter has reported but the Secretary has not yet reÂ¬ viewed the report Two b ds have been re-Â¬ ceived for the construction of one first class torpedo boat and the Secretary thinks both says Beyond this offers will be accepted- the report the department is not d isposed to go lno the construct on of these unprotected torpedo teats since they have been Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C S Attorney at Xaw RICHMOND KY- POWELL Street Oflice on Second jane 22 tf THE CHAHLTSTON torpedo boat is the most destructive known and the department hopes soon to find some effective way to use It The submarine torpedo boat Is believed to bo the comng solution of c Vuitiea aim In the Court of Appeal the problem The pneumatic dynamite gun Is Office In MaMer Commissioners also receiving some attention and tests are to be made of its efficacy In a few months If both cflie over Circuit ClerkVi offlce these devices fail says the Secretary protected June 22 tf torpedo boats can be built and made useful An interesting feature of the report Is that relating to the Tennessee This vessel beÂ¬ tween 18G3 asd 1875 had had three months service and had cost In repairs and Improve Â¬ ments t35I3SI- - an amount la g3ly In excess ofa fair pi Ice for anew ship of her charac Twelve tar The report goes on to say oa April 4 1837 Largest and most complete ftnek in years afterward the statutory board as sheunis condemned by Attorney at Law Will practice in Madison and adjoining SEEDS P A J REED found to be almost useless In coast defense But says the Secrelaiy the weapin of the Â¬ GRASS AND FIELD CARROIiL etitral Kentucky Our motto Best Goods aud Lowest consistent Prices and 79 V Main St Lexington dec 221yr 77 Ky r4i yB jfV KO HEAL ESTATE AND U 8 OUXBOLT 2 seaworthy and not worth repairing and ordered sold having bod put upoa her between 1875 and She J887 the uddtioaal sum of 8J7771G17 brought 11525 at tha auction sale She bad cost the Government 18601000 in round num bers and bad done about ten years of active service outside of repair shops and navy yards -The deÂ¬ Of a naval reserve the report sajspartment has Informed Itself tally of the differ RICHMOND KY ent systems ot organiiaWn for coas defense i ells rents or exchanges all kinds of and naval reserves at present in force In foreign Real Estate on reasonable terms aud countres and is prepared to formuate a gener-Â¬ represents first class Fire and Life ln al plan for a similar o ganlxation to meet the requirements and conditions of our own Instituturance Companies tions It should resemble In organization that Office In C Lytert Clothing Store of the militia or National guard rest upon the june22 tf foundation of local interest contemplate the employment and rapid mobflizaton of steamers enrolled on an auxiliary navy list and be calcuDo you want pure drugs ami the best lated to produ e the best results upon a comparatively small National expenditure brands of tobaccos and cigars You The rest of the report Is devoted to a de can find them at tailed description ot the condition and situa Brooks tion ot the several vessels belonging to our Junezi tf naTT to the receipts and cxpendUuros of the department a balance ot SIM 9ZS2 on hand and to Ask your physician to leave your and available on December 1 overestimates less tlSOXfXQ ntrorcrDrtstlons for next year prescription at Whites Drug Store It Hhan tor the current year to Bales made of speed will I accurately compounded and naval vessels to developments maae inrep rts of vessels throughout the world and to sent to jour house several bureaus of the uOtf of the Admiral and the department INS1LRAHCE J Â¬ SPEED SMITE Ajjent Xfl of these expedients have in common the one merit of preventing the derangement to business which must follow hoarding or lock ing up In the Treasury the circulating med um ot the people la regard to the first plan tho Secretary agrees with what tho President in his message said on the same subject He then say I can not believe that it will adopt tro second expedient viz t the enlargement of Gov ernment expenses simply to expend money raised by taxation when tho public weal does not otherwise call for the expenditure Reduction of the revenue from tax at on Is the only fit remedy for the evils that threaten the country This may be accomplished In various ways One is to reduce or abolish Internal revenue taxation In favor of this is the fact that in a small cart of the Southern Slates the internal tax on liquors aad tobacco is thought to be op pressive and is odious to the people of those regions and the further tact that by Its reduc-Â¬ tion the expenses or its collection might be somewhat reduced The th rd expedient Is discussed at great length the deereaso ot revenue from customs by increas ng duties to an almost prohibitive extent being disrobed of summarily The Sec-Â¬ retary says that the objection to Internal taxa Â¬ tion on the ground that it began during the war and therefore is a war measure is cot in reality aa 6bjection He disposes ot the abolition of the internal tax by saying To do away with the whole re enue tram internal taxes at present woud so diminish the revenues that it oild bo necessary either to lay duties on articles of importation now tree such as tea aad coffee or to suspend the sinking fuad require- raent and also materially diminish other ex- Â¬ penses of governmsnt The Secretary recommends again the amal gamation ot the collection of customs dues and internal taxes and the passage by Congress of the b 11 Introduced two years ago and known as the Administration blV revising the rules and regulat ons imposing and collecting Import taxes The surplus in the Treasury on December 1 amounted to 155 253701 and the Secretary esti mates that it wll aggregate tH0000o00 on June 30 next On this point the Seoretary says One use wh eh can be made of th s money Is to dimin sh taxation to such au ex tent that the annual revenue wdl be less tor some years to come than the appropriations thus the accumulated surplus would be used for ordinary rxpeases and the people would ga n the greatoot possible good tor it DoubUess by the time this money was spent in the pursuance of this plan tha reveÂ¬ nues would have so Increased as to be equal to the proper annual expenses Experience teaches that this would probably be the case In the meantime a portion of this money could lie in banks where it would be available for the business of the country and as apou withdrawal from them it would at once be returned to the channels ot business through Goverameat payments no shock would be caused by such withdrawal Tho recommendations for revenue reform are simply a rehash of the Presidents message or rather were exhausted in that document After deducting the gold and silver coin held for the gold and silver cert fieatei in circulation it is found that the Government owned less gold coin and 8867576 less standard bl ver dollars on Nov than it did on July 1 184 darinx the intervening period 43386671 standard silver dollars were cj nod As there Is still so mush coined gold owned by the Goverameat W 133 Nov 1 lrv7 it has beea thought best t alow the gold to accumulate in the form of bullion until there is need of gold coin The statements ot the Treasurer shaw that after deducting the deraatd aad tnast liabili- Â¬ ties of the Government and the amount of money on deposit in Nat onal baak deposito ries the net money in th Treasury vaults was 70 155 on June 30 1886 Oetober 31 1SS7 J9 451161 77 It was One ot the most interesting facts shown by the foregoing statement is the Increase in the number of standard silver dollars owned by the Government and the Increased use ot the same moiey by the people in the form ot silver cer tifl ates The to and 11 certificates furnish A convenient currency and it Is evident that the future ue of the silver dollar wll be almost exclusively in that form It is a waste to coin and store any more silver dollars at present There is no function whloh those that are coined after this time will probaÂ¬ bly ever perform except to lie In Govern- Â¬ ment vaults and be a basis upon which silver certificates can b Issued It is seldom that any one wishes to have his silver certificate exchanged for tho silver dollar itself consequently a limited number of coined dollars will perform the work ot redeeming certificates Tha 14000000 which are now in the treasury will more than sumc3 to re- Â¬ deem as they may be presented from time to t me the silver certificates that have already been issued or that can be issusd against all the dollars which will be coined tor years to come under the present law The law should be so amended the report says as to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to issue certificates against the co n ing value of the bullion bought and to coin only such number ot dollars as ho might deem xpedient hereaftor This would not restrict in the least degree the use ot the silver dollar as currency The certificates would be equally secure whether representing coined dollars lyng ra vaults or representing bullion also lying in vaults and which could be coined into dollars Tie accumulation of silver In the Treasury beyond a sufficient reserve needed to meet any demand which may be made for it can le prevented by fixing the amount ot such reserve and providing that when It Is exceeded by say 13003000 the purchase ot the bullion shall cese until amount held by the Government again equals such reserve Another plan and somewhat similar to that recommended by my predecessor In hs last annual report would be to provide that when tho reserve was exceeded an amount ot United States notes equal in value to such excess should be cancelled If enough ot them were in the Treasury but if not then the purchase ot bullion to cease until the maximum reserve should be reached This would creale a vacuum la tho circulat- Â¬ ing medium which would be filled by silver The amount of United States notes would bo gradually reduced until the whole were extinguished silver dollars or silver certificates would take the place of United States notes as they were retired This plan would make our currency more uniform and as secure as now Our people will never consent that the money which Is in every ones pocket shall become of less value than it was when the Government paid it to thsm if it be in the power ot the Government to make it good The trade dollars have been practically re- deemed In gold under act of Congress although they were held by but tew persons were intrin- Â¬ sically worth more than the standard dolar and had far less equitable claim for redemption than would the standard dollar II ever the time comeswhen the standard dollar goes to a d s count the people in the pockets of almost every one of whom wll be foundmore or less of those dollars will emphatically demand that they too shall be redeemed in gold or made as good as when issued and that the purchase ot silver bullion stop If the plan above suggested were now adopted tbey would probably hover go to a dlscouat surely not except under altogether extraordinary circumstances and yot tho pun He would have a supply of them 1 mlted only by the need and demand ot the pcope for them I recommend that a law to the above effect be enacted With regard to immigration the Secretary recommends that the existing laws ba so amended that In addition to the pro- Â¬ vision prohib tng the landtag ot aliens liable to become a public charge idiots lunatics andconvicts a fine reasonable in amount should be imposed upon the master of the vessel for every such person brought by him to this country aad that such fine be made a lien uron the vessel Pro v sion should also be made that where aliens after having beea landed are found within a time to be fixed to be of either of the classes whose landing Is prohib- Â¬ ited they should be deported by or at the expense of the master or owner ot the vessel bringing them and on failure to do so such master cr owner to be subject to fine The report ot the Commissioner ot Internal Sevenue points out the great disparity between the special taxes and the tax on the article itself in the Oleomargarine law which leaves It in doubt as to whether the law should be construed as a protective measure or as a prohibitory measure He suggests a shapUficaton ot the statute it It Is to be simply an Internal revenuo measure and submits certain informa Â¬ Including bills Introduced and laws tion passed by other countries as valuable aids to Congress whether the law is to be perfected either aa a protective measure or as u prohibitory measure I would recommend that the law relative to oleomargarine be care- Â¬ fully reconsidered by Congress and so amendkl as to render It more efficient as a means of pro- Â¬ tecting the people from being Imposed upon through the sale ot this article as butter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ duce n Iks country tho largest gun forgings ot suitable quality It is believed to be of vital importance that approprallons be an- Â¬ nually made by Congress until our presoat need ot modern guns is suppLei and the a d that our steel lndu rydLmands 1 assured As a step lnjhlsd -- tion an appropriation of 15011030 far the fomng of olgnt-- nch on 1 tea Inch B I steel guns is recommeudel The Secretary strongly approves of the recommendation contained la General Sher dans report touching the extension ot all pos siblo old by the general Government to the National guard ot the d Cere Jt btates and sug gestlng a system ot National encampment tor Stato militia at the entire expense of the Na tional Government Ths report says that tho buldlcgs fortifica- Â¬ tions public works and grounds in the division ot the Atlantic ara everywhere in nesd of re- Â¬ pair and reconstruction On the entireAtlantio and gulf coast line of 2870 miles and the Northern frontier of 2531 miles the sole armament is 142 rifled guns of which 115 are obsolete and of very low power Even the few serv ccable rifledguns that are mouited are of but little value Some of them are mountelon d carÂ¬ nages and all are without adequate p ctton Touching Geronlmo and his fellon ptives now confined at Fort Pckens and Mount VerÂ¬ non barractcs the report says that tbey aro contented perform thoir work wth alacrity anl thus far their conduct has been excellent At this t mo It is d fflsult to find for them a perÂ¬ manent horns Pending final decision they can remain where they are In comfort and safety A brief history Is g ven ot the Colorjw diff- Â¬ iculty in Coorado last August and it is said that some effort should certainly be made for the restitution ot their property to the Indians A brief reference is mad to the recommendations of the engineer bureau relative to the reconstruction of sea coast and lake do fensas and it is said that there appears to bo no reason for further delay in beginning the important work ot fortifying the great harbors Â¬ Â¬ City Ordinances CHICKEN An Ordinance amending the Ordi nances of Richmond fixing penalty for selling or fnrnlliing liquors to Cholera Cure minors and selling tplriloii viuou or malt liquors without lleeusp uul Sell- Â¬ ing Iiqitms on Sunday the same us prescribed by the General Statutes ot Ken lucky i Jit it ordained by the Qiti Council of the Citg of Richmond I hat section eight of chapter XXXI be amended by Penal Ordinance1 Btlikiug out llie vvordi sixty dollar lufrt line of said fectimi and in Â¬ iu the serting in lieu thereof tlie word lifty dollars That an Ordinance amending section 4 cluipler XVIII title license lenal Ordinance published July 22 18K5 be amended bv striking out all that pnrt of lust two lines ot saitl umeuded Or- Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of dinal ce fer the word lined and inserting iu lieu of Ibe part so Mrickm chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ out the words sixty dollars for each era It is more fatal to chickens than offence all other diseases combined But the That an Ordinance amending sec Ion discovery of a remedy that positively G chapter XVIII title license Penal cures tVhas been made and to be con- Â¬ OrdhiNiice- - publi hed July 22 1885 be vinced of its efficacy only requires a ameiidid by ntrikingnui all Mint part trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for of said amend d Ordinances between the word Hue iu the 10th line and one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ the word and in the 12th line aud anteed If after using two thirds of instr nig in lieu of the word- - so strick- Â¬ a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly en ut the words sixty dollars for satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken each otleiise Cholera return it to the undersigned That an Ordinance nniPiiclinK section and your money will be refunded 10 chapter XVIII Penal Ordinances publish d July 22 lbSo be ameudtd SIOCKTON WILLIS by striking out nil that part of sub sec oug 24 ly tion 1 of snul uint tnied Ordinances after the word lined in die 7ih hue thereof and inserting iu lieu f the ltrt so stricken out the fndowiitg N t m les ih in two nor more than titty ilol lars tor each oflens and on iiiuvieiloii for third oftense shall forfeit his li- Â¬ KY cense Nothing herein shall be construed a changing the penalty for belling lager betr at wholesale The Largest and Finest Hotel That all Ordinances fir ports thereof in the city iu conflict herewith re hereby repeal- Â¬ 11 Let Us Talk Together Bold from this day on until they are closed out for a less price than the cost to manufacture titem OUR SHOE AND CLOTHING STOCK was never more complete - Mens full stock Boots at a les price than you can buy the commonest split leather elsewhere You can buy a pairof Ladies Shoes that will wear all winter for 100 or 125 DRESS GOODS of all kinks Flannels Lindseys Jeans Cassmeres Tickings Calicoes Gingnam ami everything sold by a First Class Dry Goods Store can be bought from us at Popular CmM Prices which are the Lowest in the city EVERY ARTICLE in our store stands on its own bottom as an individual bargain We set the example for many we have always found that original methods are the best to foMew Takeyour own time to look at our prices we wont Bone you Nothing in the way of Auction Trash finds its way to our salesroom Our store is THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE our prices are made to win we make no second bid We cordially invite you all to come at once and get your share of the many bargains that our customers have the advantage of There is enough for you all if you come at once Yours Very Respectfully will be QLJJ We want to prove to you that it is our Honest Intention to Sell Goods Without any Old time War- Prices There has never been a time when your Money had as great a Purchasing Power as Now Our Immense Stock of Ladies Misses and Childrens WRAPS Ml JAOKBT -- or Â¬ RAMSEY Jun22lf OLDHAM Busy Bee Cash Store Proprietors SUGGESTIONS BY THE ATTOSSEY GBXERAr During the year there were 14005 crimi- Â¬ nal prosecut ons The aggregate amount ot judgments rendered in favor of the United Slates n civ 1 suits during the year was Sl 65125ft F no forfeitures and penalt es Im Â¬ posed during the year agg egated 1475734 The Attorney General renews his recommendation of last year tor the erect on of a Govern Â¬ ment penitentiary and refoimatoryat an early date Hn renews tho suggestion of the past Jwo years urging the erection of a bulldng ad joining the Department of Justce bu lding suitable for Ibe Supreme Court of United States win scioramodations oommensjarato with its h ga pos tion and dignity Â¬ WASnisGTOv Dc 8 The annual report ot Attorney General Garland presents a de ta led statement of the business ot the department during the last fiscal year IgSCRIBNERS JMAGAZINEp UUMJLU THS completion res mmim ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON FOR i LU uAX1 HOUSE LOUISVILLE of tb year of ScxiBfeis ilAGAzxN will be iiiulized by the publication of this Tho following is a partial list of tho important features which have been already prepared to appear during tha coming jear -- te mjm VrnTaUijaTMncrs 4UniiB3ISSEilBSBCBB3isLste9tt Christmas Number Rosasrr Loots ti73 J7 Â¬ in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ boeds The decrease resulting from the surrender of circulation by banks still In operation is 157770475 and the decrease caused by banks going Into voluntary liquidation and failing s 124 3KU making a gross decrease of 59014 83 Qet by a total increase of 18519265 wh ch consists of an increase by the forraaton of new banks ot t45l09J and an Increase of circula- Â¬ tion by prt v ously existing banks to the amount of f89l717 ot four of the five banks which In the failed th i realtors have received principal und interest in full and in the case of the fifth the total of dividends amounts to 61 per cent The total amount of money paid in dlv dends during the last year Is 12108208 whole amount paid to creditors of insolvent banks since the system has been in operation is t2Q43l9S6 upon proved olalins amount ng to 46933363 total 0915250 of assessments on stockholders which gross collections have amounted to Â¬ Â¬ BANKING AND FARMING Tiro Iutoreting Public Kepnrts iTie ed to 4 Day Comptrollers Statement ff the Condi An ordinance to further regulate the tion of the National llanki CouiiiiIh Moner Coleman Work In the Agntult police force of the Citi of nichminid According to rooms u al Dupariinent THE NATIONAL EANE3 Be it ordained by tlte City Council of Turkish and Iiusian Jiaths in AVashingtos Dc 2 The annual report of the City of Jttchmond Hotel the Comptroller of tbe Currency shows that That no member of the police force the total number ot Nat onal ba ik organized shall while on dutv enter nry siloon oci26 ly uptuO toberSI was 3K5 of which GS5 have gore into voluntary 1 qmdatlon 119 have failed or ui other place where the sale of leaving in opcralon al that date C001 The to pintHr vinous or mall liquors are tal number of now banks formal during the last heeii ed bj tbt Citv Council mile- - in yearn as S total number closed during the the di chattre of oltieUl duties in nink- year M of whieh 85 went Into voluntary liqui- ing urrets or when culled in by the dation aud 8 faded The gross increase in National bank captal propiittor to quell disorder or a breach during the year amounted ta 106894775 of of the peice wh eh M9MU is represents an Increase of capi Any member f the police 11 riv of tal by bank- ex st ng Not ember 1 1S84 There ltiuhmoiit violating tins Ordiuniici was howeve- - a decease of capital of 63 2 shall be lined not les than ten not 450 ot whith 1087453 was the aggregate capital of the thirty three banks which went into more llimi liny dollar for each lIVn-e voluntary 1 quidat on and failed and the re- on warrant In the Police Court und mainder represents a decrease ot cvpltal by for the third oflense shall be di chartd banks still In operation The net Increase of ironi the jmliee force capital for the year Is therefore taoS7233i This Oidinauce shall take ellecl from On the other hand there Is a not decrease of t504fk5 in the circulation represented by and aftr its passage and publication He will vmte npon many topics old and new in a familiar and persoi way which will form new bonds of friendship between the author a J hi thonsands of readers In his first pa er entitled A CHAPTER ON DREAMS he tells incidentally some interesting facts concerning tlve otign of his story Dr Jeltyll and Mr Hyde Tjis will appear in the January Dumber j rS5r Â¬ Rates250 Per POEMS by a ASK FOR THE L Â¬ 9 P G Remedy Â¬ Â¬ 6S2 Â¬ Â¬ THE WAB DEPAJtTilEST J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IJ Â¬ I WAsnisGios Dec 8 The report of the Seo- Â¬ retary of War far the last fiscal year shows that the expenditures during the year were m3S0166 against 13105532 appropriated for the current fiscal year The Secretary estimates that 1531711 will bo needed during the fiscal year ending June 30 1E89 This Includes an Item ot tT33151 for public works and river and harbor improvements He indorses the recommendation of 1eutcnant General Sheri- uan inst ice army oe increases ooku men ana renews past recommendations for appropria Â¬ tions to strengthen our seacoast and lake front Secretary Endlcott says that Jn defenses view of the succtssattalncd by our steel makers it Is apjwfeat that the assurance thiit the outlay for the necessary plant will prove remunerative is all that Is required to pro The Comptroller submts a cod ficatlon of the bankng laws He recommends that the minimum amount ot bonds to be deposited by a tank as security for circulation shall be 10 per cent ot the captal of banks not over 1251033 and 125030 for banks ot which the capital ex ceeds f3 000 also that the semi annual duty on circulat on be hereafter charged only on the amount issued upon bonds deposited in excess ot the minimum amount as above also that the Nat oaal baik notes be counted as a part of the l Statkok Kkntucky lawful reserve of banks City ok Richmond j The existing laws as to the resDoaslbility of officers of banks are modified by this code so as I V O White Clerk of the City of to fcvol I existing obstacles to their prompt enItichmiuid do ctrilfy that the lore- Â¬ forcement Tho restriction on banks as to mak orditiaiK ts were publicly read at ing loans in excess ot 10 per cent of capital to ioiug any one party is mod fled In respect to loans two rriMihir meetings of the Citj Coun- Â¬ upon collateral security and the total limit is cil al the last of which the vote was taken upon the passage of same by raised to 20 per cent of capital and surplus The provisions as to reserve upon doposltsare yeiix mid ihns and the yens and tiajs modified so as not to include Government de- Â¬ rec rdeil in journal ami were deelaied posits and the provision as to State taxation adopt d ami ordered to be printed in ot National banks is also modified IHK IIMAX a newspaper publi hed THE FIGITT AGAINST rLEUBO Washikctos Dec 2 The annual report of ii the City of Rlcbmoi d which U the C mm ss oner of Agriculture says that the h reby actor ingly d ue Oiven ui dt r my hauil as City Clerk Governors of thirty one States anJ Territories have accepted the rules and regulations of tills December 14 1887 the llurcau of Animal Industry in regard W G WHITE te plcuro pneumonla and promised the City Clerk officers assistance ot local police to addi- Â¬ secure their In enforcement tion the Lg statures of Rhode Island Virginia New York and Illinois have enacted laws i roviding for co operation The worst infected counties the report says and those 1om wh oh there was most danger of the spread ot the disease viz those in tho ne gbbo bood of New York Chicaco and Baltimorehave been placed In quarantine and no cattle allowed to leave them without aper mit issued after a special examination By this menus n w en breaks have been almost entire- Â¬ ly prevented Prom the teginnlng of tbo work for the eradicst on of this dUeasc In August 18S5 to 1SS7 the Inspectors of the bureau Cclober have inspected 15387 herds containing 117 4S0 ancjls in districts where the plague was Among surposcd to exist these there wore found 7M Infected herds conantog 1070 anmals of which 2235 we e affected with pleuro pneumonla Taeso figures do not include 2873 head ot cattle in the dis illery stables of Chicago nearly half of whlLh were decocssd The number of anmals found affected by this d scase and the t umber of Infected herds were much greater thar had been anticipated and the and Walchmakcr work f ir its control has subsequently required a oerrt sprTd cjy larger force aad greater cx perd ture of ruoi ey The progre- - s ma le how LFAIEU IX ever baa burn very 1 ttsfactory and theap 1 roprlauon bus been ft und sufficient to meet Walcliee Clocks Jewelry Silver and the demands mado upon it The Commissioner expresses regret at the un 1Iated wnre etc Special avoidable loss infi cted on the farmers ot Illi nois by tho cattle quarantine andadds attention given to There has not been ji time in years when this malady has been confined to such restrict ea areas es st present and consequently the conditions are very favorable for its com- Â¬ plete eradication If the Stato authori AND OTHER PUECIOUS STQNES ties continue their co operation as at present which there is every leason to expect and it an appropriation is mide by Congress equal to that of the present fiscal year and with author- Â¬ ity for lis similar use it is believed that this Promptly done and In a workmanlike dangerous plague can be exterminated by the manner end ot the next fiscal year The Commissioner says it Is yet too early to make aa official statement of the results in deÂ¬ Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver tail of the prrsent years experiments in the 8 development ot sorghum sugar manufacture Dont forget the place next door but that enough Is known already to enable this to the Pott ofilce lticlraoud Ky count rr to anticipate an early success of the uue22 if ealeip ise The Coinmlssoner recommends that the Public Printer be authorized to furnish to the agricultural press of the country at the mere cot of labor and material electrotypes of such of the department Ilastratlons as the editors may desire and that the dutlos of the seed division be trans ferred to Stats and Territorial experiment stations The Commissioner disapproves of the I wish to Fell privalelv my home efforts to make his department an Executive plaeeof50 ACRES OF LAND niie department vith a Cabinet Minister at Its head Kingston in Madison He says that the building of reservoirs among lialf mile from county Kv tbo Becky Mountains for the storage of an Im- Â¬ mense volcms of water now wasted should tommand the early attention of Congress --Â¬ Â¬ 563 intersection Be it ordained by the Citj Council rf STOCKTON the City of JHchmond That the Kentucky Central or otbei Ageuts For Madison County Railroad companies owning and oper Â¬ ating trains over lines of tracks cro s sep2S ly ing Alain stnet any win re in the city limits shall at their own cost keep and maintain a flagman at the hitersicli of such tracks wlih Main street at all times during the use of such crutsiugs by moving trains or engines Any Raihoad compiuy iiw or hereafter operating litis of Railroad crossing Mtiu sire as above set out fulling to comply wMi this Oidinauce WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO shall on conviction lie lined n0 foi trade Unit we have u large eacli ofleuse on warrant iu the Police and ell selected Hue of Court This Ordinance shall lake eflect from aud after its passage ami publication An Oidiuniice rtqoiriug the Jven tueki Vmral or other Rulriiid com panies ovuiui and peratiui trains over hue of trucks cn sing Main street to maintain a igmun at such point ol Â¬ 11 m GUTHLRSON LEXINGTON KY LEY WILLIS and interesting scries ot papers on railways their adimntstratioas aad conSTORIES by Het Hato struction including great engineering feats famous tamwis ami passes and H C Bukkzx Sarah Oine Jahbii indeed those branches of the subject which m this day engage the attention f r-- svllitak the wnIc country The illustrations whih will accompany this secies wll Ik ESSAYS by the late K P Wairrtc I very niginal and beautiful BLA vtnnn IUE W contntt ittap futuretlalieraie wdl be announced later The aathvrs nd the titles of tic With other articles ILLUSTRATIONS by Wiu II Low William Itou F 11 Bukhfikid lc TMf PfPTIflM off wellTear will be notably strong not oftjyia the wor R- - Swain Cirrous 1 lUll Howaid Prie Vnown writers Lot in that of newanthon I litA T S Chcuch J W Auxandcx serial novel entitled First Harvests by F J STIMSON will be begun Jailor If HonciKSOH SurraandC Jay others in January Novelettes by HENRY JAMES and H C BUHNER the W L Taylok many latter illustrated will appear early in the year There will abo be many short EVERYTHING COMPLETE stories of notable strength and freshness several of them lUastraled Some hitherto unpublished letters of the treat musicians of special interest written t MENDELSSOHN sjbstance of two or three articles Moscheles his fucnd and master will furnish They will be illustrated with many portraits drawings by Mendelssohn himself and other original aad unique material n 5ts TarionsaPPcatOIis as a motive power EXPLOSIVES CI etc will be the subjects of a gronp of illustrated articles of great practical and popular interest by leading authorities upon these topics CQ of specialimportancewni be thoseon the Campaignof Waterloo byJOHN C ROPES II I ILLUO I rlH 1 LU Hll I on The Man at Arms by EX H BLASHFIELD two papers by EDWARD L WILSON illustrating results of iccent Egyptian research a further article by WILLIAM F APTHORP on a snbiect connected with his recent contribution on Wagner Dr SARGENTS papers on physical development will be continued abo Prof SHALERS articles on the surface of tha earth both being admirably illustrated be M durin2 the P51 yeari ai especially noticeable and individual featnre They will inclsde papers CUflDT pCCRV Dy wii BlKKtLL author ot Obiter incta some lurther articles by W C BROWNELL articles by Prof WILLIAM JAMES AUSTIN 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NOW BECINN1MC WITH CHRISTMAS NUMBER CHARLES SCRIBHERS SONS Publishers Hew York sine fron the first number January xKt the following inducements are oCercd A years subscription and tie nszabera for iSCt 45 A yeais subscription and the nnptbers or i 8 7 bound in two volume- - cloth Cilt tcp Ceo A jeer snlserififen9 eansttttmf 0 tnWrr monthly numier fives mr iMi 1500 jfctyvf M ottt mtit intrrestnf ami rara literature Jfort tkam 700 tluttrattwiu frwm d siysiy famtmut rA um firfuu rtyrata my 1 22ZZi tt J WE HARRISON MILLER Has opened a Furniture Repairing and Uphohteriug Shop eecoud door from the Post ofllce next to Hunleys Livery Stabls All work done at reasonable rales Laying Cakpets A Special- Â¬ Tdectf ty ITe trnUd TRJICTIOK and PORTABLE ENGINES of all sizes Tne Cmou3 BOHAHZA THRESHER for wheat oats flax clover PCS3 and all seed aad gram STACKERS ana saw jums BE TOLYLMG Ajrents unbui f ifl Wrlta for Free Circular srr-r V7iur--pnniMcnr j- straw f - VfTy j wi j jTtt JZ---A - TfcV-- - jf -- ff Sf 3 Richmond inninna a UOv X m mimTipiTiM IV K iuiimuuin l H I 1 TRUCKS VALISES Etc in which you can find the MOVING HOME ihackelford BEST GOODS LATEST STYLES and tiik LOWEST P1UCES ADRUFF Gentry Go Â¬ tsrjPOJEi -a We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD and to our eu domersv vewiy we will give i on lull value for every dollar in- Â¬ vented with u- - and we urge you to give us an early call 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 1 wb white jmie22 Dm Cooking aad Heating Stoves AT REDUCED PRICES and invite all who intend buying to come and see At McKees Old Stand CUUDE SmiTH CO Jeweler HOW CHEAP WE ARE SEIXI2tf SUCH GOODS HAYE OPENED A NEW 1 Hardware Store biAVest Main Street Â¬ SETTING DIAMONDS They carry a general line of 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 while stoves are cheap If you want Â¬ rep Ammo- Hardware Tinware Stoves and E Groceries V WIGGINS A F BRECK Â¬ uMMeMale They have he newest aud beat goods anil will sell for CASH at the lowest price Mr Smith in a practical tinner of seveml yenrs pxperlence and he wll do till kinds tif tin work roofing und repairing in the best style tit lowest rates lunei tr WIGGINS fcBREOK Msi ftf- - Co Bois - Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Dwelling Good orchard cliMrclief mill ili r places - - House Conn has a large death Trying to wind the Water of four rooms and hall Good clblern bury watch f eenH to be conducive to HI tuiKcy house and all nut buildlugs and one of lite best Mables in the county Wnlerluiry rate 230 health The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to- Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 1SS7 and iSSS will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Uank Richmond Ky C D Builders Hardware and Building Material Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion atornr prices We are also nrepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLAIE and will job you can get anywhere not delay your work We also carry a nice line of CHENAULTCom losoii o3t You caiiVbeT too careful when tte English language It wasnt made to jump on Puck RlieeiriaTsfrs Tntiiy pioier tov savMbfyr die brgaho their lut It merchant at or23u4t usliig4 J isnt Gl A Convenient to schools j Iiop stores nnij Mm place for physician Terms eny W- - B STIVERS llrooks the druggist PATE Patronize JJ tabilsty Corrcspotideneesdlicited 7dcciy Wm G Hen Â¬ Procured derson air P St Wash- w inrrfnn ll C - Vom frlo lilW of Examining corpse- U o raicnt flfn f tr vmr MrnerTffriee- - Send refori as to faleoi slelch or model -- E2DIUT GTOltf for Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine BindersCultiYators Grain Prills c -2AJNT XTtrlV IRON MANTELS AND GRATES BELLE COOK CJunWJ STQ3TESS and KAPJ G ES AlM3aEj BLASTINCr 3POWXEIit F1IIE BRICK AKD F1BK CLAY - Cri THE CLIMAX to-m- AT THE QAP1TAL by some young lady who is versed in i 4 M the culjnarynrt Correspondence of Tux Climax The I O G Ts w ill give n supper FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE for the benefit of the Lodge at Ay res WE WILL ON Washington D 0 Dec 15 18S7 Academy on the evening of December WEDNESDAY DECEMBER at 18S7 The Senate caucus has been troubled 20th It promises to be an aflairof Thursday Dec all the week in arranging the commit- Â¬ much pleasure and profit and the peo- Â¬ ofler for sale on the prenibee to the Congress will adjourn tees The chairmanship of all of them ple should patronize it liberally highest bidder row to re convene on January 4th may be said to have been defflnitely PAINT LICK settled upon by the middle of the past n At East Kentucky Junction in week but the personnel was not till Garter county on last Wednesday Saturday In many instances Sena Â¬ Died on Tuesday last Miss Margaret night robbers smothered Mrs tors positively declined to serve on the Patterson an old aud respected womnii of about two acres of ground on Lan caster Avenue known as the C H OTool aged 40 to death and rob committee to which they were assigned aged 83 years Breck residence occupied by T Ram Â¬ They all have ibelr preferences and bed the house of 360 Died a few days ago Capt Jas sey eaoli has a good reason for asking to be Henry aged 83 years Terms liberal and made known on Mr Charles Foushee defeated put on a certain committe The com day of sale Sale at 1 oclock P M Claude Johnson for Mayor of mittee on Claims especially seems to S S Parkes THIN COLUMN J Stone Walkrk Lexington in the primary election be shunned the most The bills refer-Â¬ M F Arbuckle on last Wednesday The other red to that committee are not only Below Is related a conversation that 2Id2t Executors II A Moran nominations were Mat Walton numerous but ench requires much time occurred down on Kentucky River City Judge Collector I H in its investigation and the Senators one day last week TAYLOR Davidson Keeper of Workhonse are pestered beyond endurance hi the Mother My son where have you JOHN P M numerous persons in ach claim In been this cold day with those bare has opened at ins new house on Main Paul Conlon City Clerk A J street next door to Herndons corner Lynch City Attorney E L the House not even the committee on feet Hutchinson Treasurer John rules has been annouueed and that is Son Oh ma Ive just been wadin one of the nicest cleanest best stocks of staple and fancy groceries in KenMarrs Assessor Mat Poushee usually the first committee appointed the river for the reason that it submits every Mother Wading the river Why tucky These goods are frech from Survevor P P ONeil Physician session the rules which shall control you rascal youll catch a death cold the cities and just opened He expects Dr J W Pryor all business from the first There may aud suppose a steamboat had come to make as good a grocer as he did a post masler and asks his friends aud be important changes in the rules of along and run over yod tlieu what GOSH this session as compared with those of tf Son Steamboat nothing there was the public generally tp call John B Clark Tom Hargis previous sesious with the view of deÂ¬ an ol duck come along and he had a Tom Henry Tom Marcum and priving the chairman of the several hard time o makin the riffle the Whpt do you committee of the arbitrary power waters so low Why a steamboat Pras Taulbee Remaining unclaimed Post reckon is the matter with them which they have exercised in the past ma couldnt why ma there aint office at Richmond Ky in the ending week It is also thought that the changes are enough water in the river to mix a fellers over in the North eastern Dec 20 1887 deestricks of our proud old Com- Â¬ directed against tlie power of Mr Ran toddy it would be mostly likher a Baxter Miiow Lovell Mrs Mattie dall as chairman of the committee on toddy would now waters so skeerse Moore Mrs Bettie Boone Saraiie monwealth Some of the members appropriations Mother Go wash those feet and Bosbjshell Mrs Parih T M are very violent in their denunciation put on yeur stockings and shoes sir Brown Miss Marv Patton B F REPORTS OF THE SECRETARIES W Sexsmith Miss Lillie of the Pennsylvania protectionist and Son Have to wash them in linker Calwell R II R S ne E C Crooke want him deprived of his favorite chair Â¬ then Last week we gave vou the Smith Idee DanielJSO but Truesdale Mary FowlerJohn M Presidents message in full and manship reallythe majority are wil FUX AT PIXEVILLE prefer that he be per Thompson Emma tireen K f could have given you the reports ling and Harrison Miss MollieThompson T D mitted that position if only of the several Secretaries but left shorn ofto retain his power According to a Pineviile special to Hamilton John W Walker Anglina some of mem- Â¬ The that until this week On the first bers have spent most of their time this tlie Louisville Post they are fond of Heathman Ellen White Ellen you will find week at the Departments aud have futi in that town aud have a good Hollin John page of this issue Advertised matter will be held two valuable information from the availed themselves ot the opportunity share of it The telegram says weeks after ditte of advertisement and Secretary of the Treasury Secre to do a good weeks work Jo Depart Â¬ was walking then if undelivered will be sent to the As S W Begley tary of the Navy Secretary of mental business for their constituents down the street this morning a small dead letter office Post office hours from C a jr to 7 r War Comptroller ol the Currency The White House too has received boy named Ebb Renfroe jumped be registered and Commissioner of Agriculture its share of callers and the congratula- Â¬ fore him aud snapped a toy pistol in jr Money ordera and to 0 v w letter hours prompt 7 jr On the fourth page as last tions to the President have been many his face Begley threw out his hands J B WILLIS p Jr week will be found news para- by the Democratic represenatiyes in and pushed the boy off the sidewalk graphs and miscellaneous matters Congress assembled It Is known that when he picked up a rock and struck Begley pushed or slapped the President has received many asÂ¬ Begley McCREARY AXD THE MESSAGE surances of hearty support from potent him again when be ran off to public men for his re nomination The where his father T R Renfroe lived The Washington correspondent Republicans concede that Cleveland His father saw him crying and asked I havBoId out the interest I had in the saddlery business with W C of the Cincinnati Enquirer has will be the next nominee aud that the reason and was told that Begley Gormley Co and am no longer con the subjoined to say Governor they must work actively from this had knocd him down for nothing nected with the house T J CURTIS made Renfro furious and he Hits McOrearv of Kentucky was en time on if they expect to defeat him thusiastic in sympathv with the The past week the National Republi- Â¬ started up the street saying that he spirit of the messagej He fullv can Committee held their meeting and would kill any man who would knock appreciated the necessity of action after several days sessloiduring which his child around Several persons ex-Â¬ by the present Congress and the political situation was discussed in postulated with him but to no avail Ford Eaton Co 1 declared that the hopes of the all its phases decided to again hold tlie He went directly to Begleys house office of Grocers and Com- Wholesale Democracy depended on this ac- Â¬ nominating Convention in Chicago and was told by Begley that he did mission Merchants SO and 88 f Renfroe then West Second St J tion He was in favor of a re- During the sessions the new club house not strike his boy started ofT and said I will investiCincinnati O ICov 29 1887 vision of the tariff and thought a of the League on one of the most prom- Â¬ gate this matter He returned later W L Butterworth is no longer in reduction of forty or fifty million inent comers In the most aristocratic a year would satisfy the people section of the city was thronged with however and in a quarrel which en- Â¬ cur employ and Is not authorized to The bullet took transact any business for u for the present He was willing Republican members aud Senators sued shot Begley 7d3t Ford Eaton Co eflect in the right side of the face to yield on the tobacco tax for the and delegates and their friends and on near the ear and entered the brain sake of getting the tariff revised Friday night tlie place was brilliantly Begley fell like a beef and He believed that the Democratic lighted till the weesma hours Af- brains spattered over the blood aud t idewalk members should caucus on the ter the adjournment the conviction Begley was carried to his home next la selling off his heavy winter boots among both Republicans ad Demo subject and of course abide by door where he lingered till next morn- and shoes at greatly reduced prices to the decision of the caucus as faith crats seemed to be that Blaine would be ing Begley has four brothers who make room for Spring goods His stock Â¬ fully as they would caucus nomi the nominee His friends on the Com- live here and all of them are fighting consists of the best quality of custom mittee witbout an exceptional favor nations made goods recently brought from the ed Chicago Tlie Democrats are satis men market and embraces every style and fled and say that they would rather SILVER DISCOVERED A man who has practiced medicine for grade These goods must go and have Blaine for Cleveland to run 40 years ought to know salt from Mr Wallace means to sell them re- Â¬ Our Irvine correspondent in- against than any other man Speak gardless of price sugar read what be says at and below cost forms us that John Newman of iug of Blaine and Cleveland reminds without regard to value and in sev- Â¬ me that on last Saturday Rum Toledo O Jan 10 1887 Winston claims to have discover- Â¬ eral other ways cecl3 2t Messrs F J Cheney Bur Co Gentle- Â¬ ed a silver mine on the farm of Romanism aud Rebellion chard called on the President His men I have been in the general Bud Hardy on Opossum Run Oreek He has had several men Excellency grasped him heartily by practice of medicine for most 40 years I aud would say that in all my practice at work for some time and claims ttie hand and with emphasis said to have a sure thing of He am very fflad to see you Mr Bur and experience have never seen a says the ore is exactly like the chard which caused a hearty laugh preparation that I could prescribe with throughout the large assembly present as much confidence of success as I can Colorado silver ore The Reverend gentleman is here at Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by The above mentioned locality is in Estill county With silver ad tending the Evangelical Christian Ali you Have prescribed it a great many auce Convention ded to iron coal salt copper session here for which has been in times and its eflect is wonderful and would the past week conclusion that I have beilding stone lithograph stone were as many as 2000 strangersThere yet to say in case find a of Catarrh that It from mineral waters timber fire clay all parts of the country attending tlie would not cure if they would take it pottery clay and several other Convention and the crowds the according to directions valuable institutions why should several sessions were so largeat that Yours truly there be any delay about a rail overflow meetings had to be held in L L GORSUCH M D road Is there a country on the adjacent churches Such a convention Office 215 Summit St face of the earth with as many of Christian people was never beheld We will give S100 for any case of inexhaustible products as the in this country before and judging Catarrh that can not be cured with mountains of Kentucky No from the feeliiiKS manifested at the Halls Catarrh Cure Taken internal Â¬ not one Pennsylvania West eysions there will be a greater har Â¬ ly F J CHENEY CO Virginia Virginia and Tennessee mony in thought and concert of action Props Toledo O have long ago developed their among the Christian organizations of Sold by J J Brooks 75 cts mining and lumber resources all denominations to work for the ac- Â¬ Children Why is not something done in complishment of one common end Books at Whites Drug tliis much favored corner of the than has ever been known in the his- Store dec3 tf Universe Why should we send tory of any country H Linen Books at Whites Drugstore to Pennsylvania for coal to West This powder never varies A marvel of decl3 tf parity strength and wholesomenesH More Virginia for salt and to Tennessee TRIBUTE OF RESPECT ecouomlcal than the ordinary kinds and PUBLIC SALE 29 87 Tlie House ai Lot Â¬ B K Â¬ Â¬ IN TWO IN THE MIDDLE A2sTID ITOTXiFl CHOICE FOR TIEECIE TEIXIT U IFTEEiT IDJTZTS X WILL 3VrZ T-A-ZECIE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ntiie OFFER -- STOCK OF- - PIECE GOODS EXCEPTED 4 1 WTOTIGE For Just One half of their Marked Price I Mean by th Above THAT B OTOTIGE Â¬ Â¬ CALL EARLY AND GET YOUR AM BOUiMD TO -- Â¬ Â¬ CLOSE REHABDLESS - OUT Â¬ OF PRICE BABG AI NS As I Close January 1st Â¬ J A WINTER E2 C LYT E IN it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r7 v A WlvA A xa OIROTT Q I r PAITI O same I am simply over stocked and must reduce SO NOTE THE PRICE Einest Embossed Gold Paper worth Â¬ Absolutely Pure - reduced 81 to 50 cents for iron Why not keep our money at home and more than that bring money from other parts of the world to join it Let the coming Legislature so amend the laws that Madison county can take stocK in the Louisville Southern Let the road be built and see Richmond and Madison county grow like the growers of growersville Until then we must plod along in about the same notch cannot be t old In competition with Uie mul tltadesot low test Rhortlwelehialam or phos- Â¬ phate powders Sold only in cans IloVAI At a called meeting of the Waco Uaeino Powder Co 106 Wall 8U N Y Lodge No 338 F A M Nov 23 rd Intending to close out my stock or Jnue 22 tf lbSJ lor the purpose of paying the Christmas Goods I will sell at cost aud last sad tribute of respect to the memory below W G WHITE of Brother James H Amerine the fol- Â¬ Druggist 2d St near Garnett House lowing resolutions were adopted decl3 tf Wliereas an Allwise God has remov Â¬ M H C H Pigg headquarters for ed our Brother J H Amerine from -I WILL ON- this life to that undiscovered country dolls decl3 2t from whose bourne no traveler ever re-Â¬ Dec 24 1887 M H turns While we bow our beads in C H Pigg Christmas goods humble submission to the will of the cheaper than any body else Sell at Public Sale my ded3 2t Grand Master on High we deeply de Â¬ Household plore our brothers sad fate Kitchen Furniture 8 Dinelli Co Brother Amerine was a good upright of Christinas goods have a choice line and one good Milch Cow Call and see them and respected citizen a bright Mason THE BLOODY SHIRT xf my oroKe to a kind husband aud father and we on the corner second door from the auu une goon harness Also what tender bis family our sympathy and aid Post office decl3 2t Even the Massachusetts papers Jiesolved That a copy of these res- Â¬ Flour Meal Corn be are growing tired of the bloody olutionsbe spread on the minutes andÂ¬ French Candies in boxes Malaga that I now have on hand at Whites copy sent to the family or deceas- Grapes In baskets Florida Oranges shirt idea The Springfield Farm a Mill ed right from the grove at S Dinelli and Home in its last issue has Everybody come Sale at 2 oclock C L Searcy Cos D Zitti decl3 2t Com P M the subjoined sensible words to R L POTTS At Cost and Below THIS MAN BIDING- SIX HOKSES IS - Public Sale Saturday with all his might to buy a suit of Winter Clothing an Overcoat Everything at REDUCED PRICES and a hat He has heard that the weather will soon be as cold REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the waLj as Alaska and he knows that JStouffer has an ample variety of at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cent Wheat per Bolt Call early in order to get choice select CLOTHING consisting of tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices J B STOUFFEHS IGTO Eine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents GO- - Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced ti o cents Neat Papers worth 15 cencs reduced j cents v to say Away with the bloody shirt There is still too much effort to keep alive sectional hatred in this grand country of ours There are men and politicians who seem to regard it treasonable for our Southern states to honor those who were their leaders during the war either living or dead But our friends of the South would not be men if they did not esteem their oil leaders The war is long Bince past both sides believed they were right in that conflict the South was convinced of its error by force of arms and history does not record an instance in which a conquered people have more cheerfully accepted the arbitrament of war To day the United States has really no North no South no East no West so intimate is the relationship exist- Â¬ ing between the industry commerce and agriculture of the various sections Let us keep our faces to the front and united ly work together to fulfill the destiny which lies before Amer- Â¬ ican citizenship Let us be good citizens rather than bad politicians These remarks are inspir- Â¬ ed not 60 much by recent political events as by a report of the exercises at the unveiling in Rich mond of a statue to the late Gen whoso Lee a Christian hero memory is treasured by all who knewhim irrespective of section- u urjjanj uum Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W T Fielder J Oysters birds flsb hot coffee at all hours at S Dinelli Cos decl3 2t You wilt be perfectly satisfied if y ou 1 m ucail - Yirii-i- - s Arug oiore nan iine t Syrnp of Figs is xature8 own true laxative It is the most easily taken and tlie most effective remedy known to Cleanse the System when Bilious or Costive to dispel Headaches Colds and Fevers to cure Habitual Constipation Indiges- Â¬ tion Piles etc Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company San Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton Willis 12janly 2Idlt COLLEGE HILL The Hews and the Truth IN THE Uncle Gid Cain died at his home near this place on the night of the 12th Inst Mrs Marlam SRinner an aged lady of the Engle neighborhood is vey low with paralysis Overcoats Suits Coats Vests Pants Underwear Hats decH 3U named x Julvi3 tf GEO M WILLGING Springfield Republican Mr J W Johnston of Lexington spent a few days with his relatives here last week Mr W H Grider and wife have arrived in the city and will remain through the holidays The public term of school closed At theAcadey on the 16tb The pnpils were treated to an old fashioned candy pulling x The opening bop of the season was given by Mr and Mrs A D McKIn- ney on the evening of the 15th and proved a very enjoyable afiair Rev F Grider began a series of meetings at the M E Church on the 12th but closed in a few days on account of muddy roads and unfavoraÂ¬ Â¬ ble weather Miss Mattie Griggs and Mr Robert Owen went to Woodford county last Monday to attend the wedding of their cousin Mr Charlie Owen and Mits Park of that county Mr Simpson Norris has removed to Winchester His farailly have been left incharse of his son Youneer A goou position migui oe secured now 1 The Springfield Republican established in 1824 by Samuel Bowles is universally recognized as one of the leading newspa Â¬ pers in America It publishes the most thorough and comprehensive reports of New England News and nbly represents the best New England ideas It gathers carefully the important news of the whole country and of the world and presents it in compact and readable form The Weekly Republican is called by many the Hi best review of American life anywhere Armers printed Is the place to get your son daughter It is vigorous but reasonable in the ex Â¬ pression of which sister wife husband sweetheart or are progressi its editorial opinions liberal e independent and any other rellow a Christmas present It is devoted to the interests of the whole people rather than to those ot any party 2U It deals with all the vital issues of the day and offers its Philadelphia is beginning to call interesting examples readers abundant and of good literature In the white hats Puck The Daily Republican is sold for 8 a year The Sunday Republkan is 2 a year The Weekly Republican is t a year Masonic Notice 60 cents for six months 10 cents a month The anniversary meeting of Rich Â¬ for trial subscriptions mond Lodge No 25 F and A M Offer will be held at 7 oclock p ar next TWO WEEKLY PAPERS Tuesday December 27 for the election of officers All members in arreare ONE YEAR FOR 125 will be expected to pay their dues at The Republican a that time A full attendance is request- Â¬ carefullyWeekly news and family superior edited journal ed J Speed Sjiitii and the Farm and Fireside a popular story and agricultural weekly publUhed W M It by the Toronto Canada Mail will both be sent to any address one year for 125 The measles will be a fashionable Send for tree sample copies and club Â¬ disease this winter now that the bing list Address LPrince of Wales daughters have had THE REPUBLICAN SpringfieU Mass -novi4 tf jjinuoe xiuituu and many other things useful as well as ornamental in Winter qiTEE3Sr CEESCEM1 HOUTS This circus man who has been several times round the world Cmcinnatf Southern and Associate Boads says Stouffer pleases him better in eyery way prices quantity QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORIE LINK TO quality and variety than any clothing man he has ever seen MB Notice to Contractors CITY COUNdL ROOMS Richmomd Ky Deo 21 1887 Until Tuesday nlghtIamiary 2illS8S J A Higrgins HEW GROCERY New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the - sealed bids will be lecelved for opening grading aud macadamizing a street from Main street through the Barlowi property to the line of V B Smith All bida to be left with the City Clerk For plans and specifications apply to the City Engineer The right Is reasrved to reject any and alt bids By order of the Board 21 J2U 01 UPPER MAIH STREET Principal PoiB IS South Eas anil Soils l COAST tnrmgton THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC qualities New and fresh goods throughout embracing tho best brands and i Morninjr and Nisrlit TrnnlSIomClneBnat An Extraordinary 8 PARRISH City Exoikeek STAPLE MrCY GE0CEMES Only Line TWENlyGHTiPouftiESTO rBWetCarnndPmfnranFinP JACK50xvirLE two klmis of rKPA - M C Heath HEATH J F Couneuson C0RNELIS0N -- Practicing- Physicians RICHMOND KENTUCKY ofler their professional eervicetrto he public 4Jnly 20 - Queensware Glassware Woodcmvre 23 OOO 3 Sl0Cial Not lflft T l5reJh5Tc0Leoof 1 siorioe k V u generally tries all the scratch comes The man that would not llye always waystp live when TexaTslftlDgs K PeasiBeans Peach esc- Pape Water BudkSfsand Wasli Tubs i Canned Goods such as Com OIG ARS Tomatoes auglOlyr ssSK Travel Yia- - T t ill JV2Jwf iSttW5 tfaiiroaas SKrWKVC sss raywA J1 Queen and Crescent SMS33ST uctC JOra n OPT tr St PnDl B CARROLlT General Bapwlatendnt - BodnFonrtht Cncnnat tULiI Jilt Art 4t tlnsaifj n5- ghto AitG l PaK lent errfPMlDrA - isayaU Ritr for the HolWavs Ickets at One Fiye tin-- Itound Tlin lull w mi iwiniH fui lie Queen i JSEbDAVljLCEMBERji t89 orescent Ifcmi with liJwral limit as Jo UftJw Will be Mhl fur the ClirMmns 1 ison CMi Ihw keeured a hand- - i ami Year Holidays Tills Is Mil v Mnyiejii billitiul laWe ipUituuily lu mnlte ohetin marketing r vfciiine trnu Fur mi 10 pounds V s Armstrong iwrlJAkrs avMrfy to dejmt or elty tioket r jiulars see Mr Hugh Arnntrtug eiU along the line oT Queen Cre kI whIw Is a new institution sent rbute Hut Willie i ti tHNtielUHi Tie rHftd Ceme te Life i MrJohViJtoOens reinriji from the IlMmiiis sill iliiiet UhMiolliVjJ West hibt after an absence of tbe t o tiling of St JofcMd d twenty two years He left unceremu oteuly when ten yearn old and Wve sent out some all along Ir uu ooiwKU ml as dead li3 Pmelli fc by ually t elsMt tfeel eisgravlng his relatives here He ffi a r Aiiuniu Hubert t jsimas canls and ooosin of Dr Will Hubert H um two brothers Ir J Ini 1 M Ttojkir opens his w liu die- fffteoiW of war at Amler ttoqr ry Seemid pMt eonvtile audleftlHHne mOn after tliut k ii HeriKlows earner oeearrenee J THE CLIMAX Cheap Ttailreal jv -- pr frm tec oud si re i January finite Armer and wife will occuppy the second story as n residence but hoard at ilie hotel Mr Thomas J Smith has been In the dry goods budnes first as sales nmii In the houe ot lii t father the lute Sol Smith and thru mi hij own sTor li 1 an AT COST I am going to rfififiK fmsinpco w www 1 m SELLHTC OCT AT COST 15000 Dollars Worth of Dry 5oods5 ClotMng Shoes Hats -- AT THE- FIUCEDRY GOODS CLOTHING AND I -- account lor more Minn torty years lie has been a successful merchant It is a coincidence tliut he and Mr J dm W Crook e two dry goods mer Â¬ chants uhu have been longer In business than any oilier dry goods men in town ihould quit the same week Mr Smith will notnuotion his goods -- j w ckooke f a tea 9a b qrooke j quit S the Dry c AT COST I am going to quit the rtt 1 Dry I Goods business Â¬ SHOE HOUSE will open up a tt 0 ksf H Q 3 i Q wySBl j f u S Purn b CMy IiMgiHeer oalla for A ttwirtot I tuopen tl ewltere in this Odd FellofiUJp i Riehmoud U s et through the Bartow ilaee having a flow tide One uislit recently Oi Saturday Dec 30th Mr CT the iniiiutory degrea was oonferred on biie s le f stock twoiileaiils ami the lirt and second Wills will lwvta and lxHtociiotd goods at Union degrees on iww uUien At au adjoutu- grUi meeting tonight the Itebeeku de Â¬ gree wilt be enferrd 4Mi wives of Odd i ic 2Si Ii kjniuuel G Haneoti will Fello8 and uh --4m morrow night a ic res of kttid imi tke hetnlwiterw Keiwefca Drcree Lodge with thirty r Creek the property of the 1 member wiU be orsniiMMt bv firaml hi J Haitwin Mattr Reed Jnies Davfe Hafc soM lit circM- 1 null that was st Mated it the fUrs WKlhwminHjluof thepas y of Uhhw City mttd Iwte move lor of the ijeaoutl lnlQ tw iau church UicIiiikmmI Ill mill will be tned at fee PulMe Hotel Cinclii o Estill eownlv nail on Iter wwy froni S Paul here tw or thrve weeks Hill mi SNtnnlay R J While at the r 24th t ell uMKly lib hone hotl ler ptne w HMttilei tr if The look the c- - in liand and m mud a d kndM M furuilMre MMefully managed it that the thief of Ii Mr tucal enm wltH wa caught ud Hie money has been iiiteri Mill m bUT Creek returned to Mm llmmneoM r ine -- 1 Ancestral Line Looking over some papers of ancient date we have come upon the ances- Â¬ tral Hue of the Hume family in this county It is peculiar as well us lengthy Beginning with Sir David Hump of the Houge of Wedderburn Scotland 1450 and tracing the direct Hue lo the late Stanton Hume of this county father of Win S Hume and Thomas Hume Mrs J H Embry Mrs T 8 Ellis and Mrs Thomas McRobert of Boyle county through thirteen generations only two given names are found David and George Beginning with Sir David the next is a George and following is a second Sir David then two David a Sir George and a Sir David Alter these ornne a succession of six Georges the last of which was the father of the aforesaid Stanton Hume A Long wa -- Dry Goods Notions jjaaies u a erwear b o q mrir a itiev t j ep ii itiiii ivJi n iafifi 6c per j j o J2 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 soldjao 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 I am going note the following Trion AAA Brown Cotton Extra Heavy Brown Cotton 10 4 Brown Sheeting 10 THEY KEEP EVERYTHIBJCJ THAT IS NEW AND DESIRAB Ll Blankets 6Jc 15c Shawls at any price to CLOSE 4 The Humes werevvarllke and nu- Â¬ lt pin-M-ir- i uriiir eMieti Ij-U-- One day htt week a funeral pn- it and mir nf He r t hie ovefeiwt lite ea4i ceku the sumltoeae f whloii wai paiufyl iit observed to enter the cem- Â¬ a- - out ofieii but ImmI no money m etery It eotwicted of a small hearse a rough looking box and a lame illi8sie is rwrltti by Z EL him on a crutch accompanied by OM mar- 36 to i a- - follows three chriUirei walking ilie next broke day an een shorter Us 4 per Iminifed proeelou was - -- J to 1SS t4art yeMilUig seen for the hear had imt a follower -- - i Meauiiug eaivex B to 14 The driver 1 the wily live person to 37 We dont know any nf tli names i s Harris iuts removed from KQMvTvMS t i v II to Waco and idlers his m- Witliin the next few daye Messrs il to the peojdeof ihat vi i j Dr Harris is a regular Shackelford Gentry ft Co will le to their eotniuodioue and elegant i ute has had a varied exner- - niovw new buihling on upper Main street nid i an attentive studioua 11ms houee they now occupy has - au been secured by the Adauio Express i bailie BIIh ims iteeu iromoted Co and by Mr R W eff dealer in t t o itudi of rgHUtr teaeher in tlie produce Ac Tliey will occupy the t and Dumb fccttoot at Danville hou e jointly It i said Unit the first ohfee ever in Iltetnond was i uly thrte montlta study whlcii exH-et-- s r i I advawceiwent as t tHt knew Kept hi the old liouse that stood where n whaleer of tiieMgn iaMguage tins one in question now stand i t iiumig that instltwtioM lafet Sep- K G ft II X Y i inr TW Kentuckv Central Railwav wish- i NideHre and Wraa4 for Sale eswn a mnrry X mas S7 ami happy I 1 ii lioiife and groMiids on Laitoibter New liar eS and will sell ixMiud trip ii ue Known as the C 11 Ihvck tickete from aiui to all stations at the Polworth low rate of one inrv Tickets will be jit itj will be ottered for sale David Hume the world renowned on sate December S2 23 4252930 Euglish historian was of this family on lhursday of next week and 81 and January J Good to return The collateral houses of Polworth until Januaiy fi 13S6 For further iu Kimmiiighum and Marchmont had The Bank h4 Ittit Oftiee 2Coct If AHination apply to tlie company H irn melons titles w be cIummI on next Monday The E HiinliugtoN General Manager S The Wedderlttirn estate has now an 1 i ttiee will however be ojien till F B Iorse General Passenger Agent annual rental of 100000 1 and from X j iluik from 1130 tilt CovigtHi Ky Tlie Humes and others would proba Â¬ tc4 bly object to this publication if they Tke Cantata an4 Cawlj Pall knew of our intention but they dont SwKtitial at tiie Ciirstian church Friday evening know it and we cant forego a piece of I wlaj DeeewUerSUt Is the winter wHl be one of the chief auiuseineuts So far as we iiv the Hone t flay of the j ear of tlie llolilay Tlie little folks and interesting information know tltere is not a Daid or George u wnl tiaw liltle time M du HMire are lMkmg forward with big one t I in meats and read I UK much plfa nre to tlie oeca ion Aunt now in the family about t il i IS TIIE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR lUchel and the cliildreur ami Santa PERSONAL Caa will all t3 there Many songs ami bright speeches by the little onef It e lecture by 1rol Jirfin It Proetnr a Judge T J Scott is at home for tlie Christinas tree ami a good time gen Â¬ iiie I iuerity lus been poc4pMed erally may be exifeted Tlie enter holidays unii lutday Might Jnwwtv 10th tainment will be a novel one diiletent Mr C F Smith attorney at law Ir- Â¬ t t iiiturer has been oalkd hnrned- front our usual Chiistinas juiMlees vine w as lierc on Fralay j j iriiria Dvors optii at 6JW Cautala begins at -- o Dr G W Evans has returned from a 7 oclock Admission 25 cents Uusinets trip to Kansas City Tut sileofdreesetl dotl hmwe made Tke fiaraett Nms Ofiertil Mrs Mary Parrish and daughter Mies c l and fancy work at the Cowit J Mr J V Hart proprietor of the Lulu have returned from a visit to rela- Â¬ i uc b if ladies of the JiM iHd fjwftiett Houe sent out circular last tives in Lexington t uumsle them abuMlIW a tine week offering to m1I the furniture and Mrs Martin and Mr Robert Martin r i inJeil and eanstdsring xtuN and to transfer tlie remainder of Scott county who were visiting Mrs ii weather of lite leabe about one and a half R C Stockton hae gone home ynufe Mr Hart has determined to go llNHii It OrnaKiii Â¬ Sanders of Mr Ir M C Heath and J F CoriM-li-- - South and dexires lo dh pose of e his ders L P tobacconists the firm of San -- - PATENT TRUSS BOD TOBOUR has returned Co buMneas here tlie Garnet t Hmi is i hae formed a jiartiteraliip in tlie well established It and its predeces from a business trip extending into Ten- Â¬ with oMae in I i ice of inedkjinÂ¬ nessee I t tu iid well and ur tlie Idee tlie Central the Web liiey are ster Hou e and so ou back have oc- Â¬ a- rally known and will be aewrded Mr Eugene W Walker will fcpend the cupied the alnud for hall a century or remainder of the winter in Southern i due share of patronage Jtigetuer as - it is good more andiroterty The France a most delightful count r in Ltretofore separateli liouse belotigs to Mrs Garnett of winter filasjrow ftntliiaaaa Miss Belle Rowland of St Louis One day iat t week lliirteen kite m A HttHt ih 1leriaa daughter of D P Rowland Esq form11 1 ch1 aildiliou to Clmttaiiooga in will be married on next page of this vIuli Judge D 1 Armer of Rich anOn the fourthami humorous issue is erly of this place article Wednesday Instructive ijjuI is iiitertstetl sold Km S500U One by Mr Hugh Ballard former- Â¬ 1 e Wood tract of W iote Mr W L Broocke and wife wil dd a year wntteji ly t Kingston this county It is re leae for Danville thk week to which rr il 50000 ami at he rate of the puMMied from tlie Gainesville Flori- Â¬ point Mr Broocke jvhb Is a Government ui oe lut would go above 3110000 da Daily Advocate and is character Pension Examiner has been transfer Â¬ The Osder lliaHer at Kiitsvilk MicofMr Billanl ythohas written red He has made Richmond Ms head- Â¬ The Ladies ChrMbiu Aid Society many good letters eencerniitg Florida quarters for some months and canvassed Kuksville will give aw oyster diii- - Four year ago we vi uel the beautiful Madison and several other counties We n r in that town on Tuecday Dscera- - Lke AlacIiiM of which Mr Balluid commend Mr Broocke and wife to the l r 27th 12 to S oetoek The puhlle writes and had similar experiences lo people of DanviHe Q f irdially invited and we ean aMire these which be relates We had no afireaid iMiuiie tliat they mrver Jug as he liad We would not take a RELIGIOUS It is bet kiv-- a liner os St er dinner Jlian that one Jug on a fishing expedition i Junf 22 tf ter to take a keg Mr Ballard Is the wube There will not be a Union Christines senter member of the drug ilnn of sen ice In Richmond Regular services Wallace Gainesville Ballard Stresss Wiwlew on that day lr II J titreng has dressed the Large Kel Estate Sales This being St Thomass day there wit dows of the Louisville Store for the Mr B B Million of the firm of will be crvice at the Episcopal church 1 nla 8 In them may be seen styles on Million Fox tf the turbaud Turk the plalded his half interest gold their last Saturday at 1030 oclock livery ttarjje jji a The er will be observed in ochmaii the gay MukliKm the and contents to Mr S B Fox brother Richmond sw ith a series of services be- Â¬ hooded Monk the Uarsted HeHh--rna- n ot tlie other member of tlie firm for dontcher know and a variety of ginning at the Chratianchurch on Mon- 10000 PtMesaion was given at oiiccj Ulny jjfghl January nd and continuing others all tastefully arranged This is one of tU largest finest ami1 by way of the Baptist First Presbyterian best lixeryfatablgf in Kentucky and MelbodHt Jbdc Speakers and JSeoond tBrqEbyterian On Fiiday night the Epubyllidlau lias an exerfftfiil patronage The new churches The ministers have npt been Society of Central Ouiven lly eleotwl firm C T J3 B Fox or Fox Broth- Â¬ announced and have friends their orators liiey are ers know June Mesj rs Jidin Van Lear Ilcmerl Adam1 by the thouffIidfcua DIE9- it Mr S lt1Sf5x soln hi farm nf about and Sam Blaek They concluded 260 acres ihed miles from Richmond- wnh a banquet at 3Iankey Mr - Jessee Carver dieat the pooiMiouse in Itobert Wallace from the PhHnlethean on the LexlHgtuij turnpike to MV this county last week nt an advanced Sviety will be Chairman at the June James P TrflMe p this place at 70 age per acre or 17600 Mr Tribblesold meeting A Miss Burnett died at her home near his residence on Smith Ballard Street The JkConlSalc known as the Potto JTerrill in this county on fast Saturday In Richmond for 54000 and the 17th Z E Bush auetloneer reports fair property to iir -V attendance at the j1nt ealel J R the latter will jncoupy it while Mr Mrs Ed Adams died at her home in P McCord Miloh cows sold at low fribble will remgva to the tarm this county on last Friday December prices Weanling calves SI7H year Â¬ Mr MiHian wiU devote his time ietli aged about 30 y ears ling heifers S2125 30 yearling j teere more closely lu horse Interests having Mrs Fannie Cockrell died at her home S2710 21 2 year old steers 6f0 one some fust racer already on baud December Irvine Ky on Thursday mare by Gills Vermont 16 years ohl A Chain of Cttaags aged about 53 years The 15th 1S87 5143 a 2 year old imilel6 yearling Ou last Tlihi sday 0 P Armer sold burial occurred in the family burying mule S140 corn 555 hay 40 cents Deceased was a Ills pretty resideitse on east Main ground on Saturday shock fodder 7 cent p street in ItloiiniontT to Mr Cyrus T daughter oftbe kUe Thomas Sewell bf ilerrj Christmas Drill Well of DuhMi Crty fur 4600 pos Â¬ Clays EerryT and widow of the late Sen- Â¬ The Independent Squad of the session January itret at wtnoii time ator Harry Cockrell en Imue Rifles ImiVS iefriied elegHiitly Mr Wells will move to town We are in favor of a law to proven Air Wells then rented lite residence cttbosed and beautifully prinleil Invi Â¬ topii from walking when they nre kick tations to a competHlvr drJJ tu be had to Dr T J Rein for tlie coming jear and especially men grjndltig a Hie Court bouie on Mouuajr tiigiit Dr Fain at once left for Jessimine Vifmington I C Star mlll Iee 27i h 7 jgQ elook Tlie oontest county will have a tale of his personal attsareS E Btaafe P JV lireck B rwooerw anO retrieve his family loH Every fiuHjesfuI poqltry raiser knows H Luxon W W Tfewls T T Riee Union CHy the good of a certRlttictire- - for cholera Jlr It E L BfggersiinT Is Dr1H-Ms-Judge Armer then rentwl the store- Â¬ Gahlers Chicken t Cholera Cure has and Mr TIL Curtis Officer of the house of Mr Thomas J Smith on bpenilemonstrdteil lo be The best chick- Â¬ Day It will bean occasion of Interest Main street next door lo corner of en medicine ever Introduced It never Willis It Friends ot the company are Invited First and will rpinove his jewelry fulls Bold by Stockton Junea2 tf i i t- s iturdar eJutliittK wiglil nmI pn carried Tw S4 SlRfcls ih l merous deaths on the battle field are George rrconled the eldes was killed at Weddeihurn castle in 1497 The second Sir David win killed in the famous Kittle of the Ffndden Field 1513 A George was also slain on the Flodden Field A David fell In battle in 1524 Another George was killtd iu battle at Pinkie 1545 A Sir Divid was slain on the famous field of Dun- Â¬ bar 1650 One Geoige was tried and condemned in 1715 for encouraging rebellion but was pardoned The George Hume next to the lajt was born in Wedderburn castle 163 was surgeon to Lord Fairfax In Vir ginia and died at Culpepper in 1700 Five J ears before his death lie made a survey of a boundary of land fir Lord Fairfax nuil the note book is well pre served show ing not only that survey but numerous others His name and the date thereiu are perfectly ireserv ed His son the hist George wa i also a surveyor ami emigrated to Madinn county in 1782 and died iu 1S16 Iu 14T9 the estate of Polworth was attached to that of Wedderburn and in 1490 a Million ot the estate of Kim minghum Tlie line of the Houe of Polworth was peculiar in names Sir Patrick Hume was followed by Alexander two Patricks and a Sir Patrick the last of whom was created Earl of Marchmont by King William and Queen Mary 1697 Then crnie another Alexunder followed by Hugh 2nd Earl of March Â¬ mont and he by Alexander or Luid -- rar the- - 20c f Bleached Sheeting Yard Wide Heavy Cotton 5c Bleached Cotton LohsJale Bleached Cotton Masonvillc 8Jc Bleached Cotton Hope Bed Ticking SJ4 10 and 15c 7 Shirting Cotton 6Jfc Gingh m or Aprons Gingham Calico Lexington Yarnall colors Saxony Yarn all colors Celluloid Collars Mens Celluloid Cuffj All wool Tricot 65c per lb Double fold Cashmere ico a pair Mens OUT 20c 35c BOOTS 37cperyd all colors 10 11 SHOE 75c per lb Sc Cloaks and Jackets cheap Lathes Red all wool 7c forDresse7 S 4 15 and xoc 0c DRY GOODS LINE they sell at the same prices you have to pay for the same Goods Plain Red Flannel Twilled Red Flannel Twilled Gray Flannel AU wSol Plaid Flannel Jeans Bed Comforts and 5c and 20c 20 and 25c 12 and 15c 22fc 10c up 60c Cotton Cashmere all colors 4c 6ec Velvet all colors 35c Ladies White all wool Underwear 50c Silk Velvet all colors 75c Ladies White Merino Un lerwear 00 per pair 40c Lace Curtains coc Clarks ONT Spool Cottn6 spools 25c Mens Keu an wool underwear 20c per yd Mens Red all wool best Underwear 75c Floor Oil Cloth Towels and Xapkinsany price to close oat Hose for Ltdies and Children cotton and All wool Plaid Flannel Skirts 90 j A wool at Cost All wool Jerseys 50c Mens all wool Socks 15c Ladies all linen Hemstitched Hand- i kerchiefs Mens Linen Collars 6jc j 5c Mens Linen Collars 10 and 15c Red Table Cloth 25c per yd Underwear I to close ojit i2j ALL AT COST Babies Shoes 35c 15c Childrens Shoes Ladies Heavy Shoes Ladies Kid Shoes Ladies Kid Sac qaaMtjr Mens Brogaas Mens Shoes Batten J Mensbhoes Lace Mens Shoes Congre Mens Boots Mens Boots I est qnaNty Boys Boots j- 5c 75C I 100 150 75C t and 150 75 75c HT MY EASTERN MARK1 IT Â¬ You cannot buy in New York or Philadelphia the Goods they handle at lower prices than Crooke Son ask AW D ARCTICS AT COST MEMS AIB BOYS CAPS A GOOD FUR HAT FOS ALMOST GIVEN AWAIT FIFTY CENTS I will also sell my STOCK Mens Jeans Pants Boys Pants OF CLOTHING now on hand Cost to close it out - at and Mow 125 100 50c Cleaks and Jackets in iLarge GO AND EE THEM Toe A nice oOc Variety - Mens Suits Mens Overcoats Boys Suits pair Woolen Pants Childrens Suits knee pants ml -- 3 00 All wool Yest 125 A nice All wool Coat nce 200 i -- Gome early and get your Goods at Cost and save paying other merchants a profit Take the opportunity while you have it and buy your Goods At and Below Cost of F p I II PT O HAYS yu tf t- tt l- - 1 THE CELEBRATED Â¬ 1 WEBWAGONS 3TEK FARM They are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them MD - ERE TRENGS LOUISVILLE STORE WJJtWsUPJ eially 1M -- - MAMMOTH 1 ili Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at Â¬ ESPECIALLY LOW PEIGSS -- He has cut prices right in two He wants to get rid of his goods and wants your The Easiest Terms money and says he is bound to haveit Best Material Why Because he has the goods and has will be eye openers to all who have been in the habit of paying high Call on Mr Pope and examine the made prices that Bear in mind that prices for goods wagons Dont buy before doing so M Mm Warrantafl For Year HIS SLEDGE HAMMER ARGUMENTS ARE BOUND TO WIN GOOD GOODS AT WIBSTEE WAGON JLj CD LOW PRICES 1 Lib ry wcek-of-pr- -- Botes Site Plated Knives lr tryuy They can not be surpassed workmanship at The Piai ufacture V7t P Dress Goods Flannels Blankets Shawls id Forks Jeans Lindseys Calicoes Domestics c in COMPLETE lmB OF CLOTHING Mens and Suits Mens and c style or are his SLEDGE HAMMEB ARGUMENTS and he has a complete line of the very best Dry Goods of all kinds such as luofe such as Boys Boys OVERCOATS c Very best material employed in their man- Â¬ BOOTS AMD SHOES OF AXJL KINDS HATS TEUNSS AND FURNISHING GOODS CAPS Fx 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 if you see them because you cant help it sales of goods ever known in Richmond You Will Like Them Ire Precisely They mat Yon -- Our stock and Glass- last year and we will do it if prices are any criterion You want goods and I want ware and especially our Decorated Din money I make prices that will bring it ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive DONT FAIXm TO XV ME A 3UOOK JLLUB YOU WIXiI XjABJtf WHAT op HiimES23R ilRG XmiEETTS MEAMT COFFEES SUGARS TEAS hey are bound to go Gome ane see me and other Staple Groceries also Canned Â¬ Â¬ THE PRICES OF fait sq that everybody can buy WeEVERYTHING CUTthisCUT CUT want to double our sales December over best raxes SISBS - er Goods -- H J STREjW jzjTT The limiting Ground Aronnd GainegiiUe andthe Gamc to be Foand A Hunt- Injr Partys Commissary - m l f w TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT biggest liar lie is laying for you Cyclopedia ot Dictionary can be iu any LOCAL DIRECTORY 1883 First Saturday in every month He has selected the softest spot and proper sense f original p each new LODGE DIRECTORY with his feet to the fire and 3 head compilation if It lias merit is based COUNTY OFFICERS pillowed on an armful of moss or a upon the knowledge found embodied C Chenault County Judge masonic County Clerk Thomas Thorpe Knowledge DaMyAdvo dog pulls tobacco smoke at the stars itiall Its predecessors IFromtheGalBesvMre Florida Richmond Lodge No 35 meets 2nd County Attorney J A Sullivan eatta He says nothing in answer to your asset forth iu books can not be monop Â¬ ILLUSTRATED and 4 It Tuesday in each month Sheriff N B Deatherage I rtceutly received a letter from a extravagant expression except an oc- olized by patent or copyriglit W M JHlEEDSMITH Jailor George V Maupin Weekly has a youDR sjhIr of the iHHise ttf Kiirred Harpers casional humph B J Newlon uutil the stock of only the form of embodiment can be Secretary Coroner Alexander Norris place as the leading illustrated Surveyor B F Crooke asMnf firuwiK oilier Impudent ques Â¬ imaginary adventure is exhausted the thus coveted The latest discoveries or Tne fairnessof newspaper in America Assosor John W McPherson Richmond R A Chapter No 16 tions What have ytm huutluu round of wit aud repartee has died imaginings of the scientists the latest on current politics meets its editorial Comments Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda 3rd Tuesdav in each month away then rising to a sitting posture crBHds in jour seethm or frauds of the archaeolo finds and confidence has earned for it the respect Million J SPEED SMITH H P va iety Hnviuj liuutetl everywhere from re lie throws a cigar stump Into tlie fire gists the latest theories of the political of all impartial readers and the W E Hay Secretary CITY OFFICERS and excellence of its literary contents Hgieu te an office I think I can give surveys the group through the bottom economists all aresulject to the slight City Judge H C Rice s by which include serial and short torit COSIMA VDERY NO IQ RICHMOND this temlerfo jt a few pointers if you of a glass or on both sides of a bottle drafts of the latest Encyclopedist City Attorney A J Reed ex- Â¬ the best and mott popular writers fit it Regular meeting first Tuesday in each wIM allew me space for I want If mw City Collector R A Barlow and says Aldens Manifold Cyclopedia under- Â¬ for the perusal of people of the w idest Â¬ By the way speaking of etcetera takes to combine iu tlie most conveni City Clerk Wm G White slWe to make a general setilemeut of range of tastes and pursuits Supplements month Visiting Sir Knights are courteare trequently provided and no expenteis ously invited to attend SMITH tbta ami similar questions and thus reminds me of c Then good Â¬ ent aud concise and yet full and eco CITY POLICE J SPEED spared to bring the highest order of artisyou are iu for it and be- Â¬ nomical lorm possiblethe results of the gain Immunity from future annoyance bye John J D Feeney and J A Mershon Eminent Commander tic ability to bear upon the illustration of Hunting hi Alaeliua county is of fore he gets well under way you are scholarship of the world up to the time tlie changeful phases of home and foreign CITY COUNCIL D P Armer Recorder ashamed of having said a word aud of its publication course iwt what it was in former y ears In all its features Harper s history Availing itself most J D Mitchell Mayor Weekly is admirably adapted to be a Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville The bear deerturkey and Kuyascuturs- wish you had been born dumb or not of the labors of its predecessors who First Ward J Stone Walker welcome guest in every household Second Ward G W Evans awing te a slight indisposition will uot at all meets Saturday evening before tlie full accomplished the best results the have Third Ward Owen McKee I would respecllully warn the novice Manifold Cyclopedia draws more moon in every month appear acain su yt u must depend for Fourth Ward J XV Cnperton T E SHANKS W M spert upon tueli game as range between not to interrupt this grandee of field largely from Chamberss than from any J M Smith Secretary and flood while he I narrating his ex- Â¬ othei the sand piper and wlooting crane JUSTICES OF THE PEACECONSTABLESAND PER YEAR of the family of Cyclopedias ami PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING This of iteelf embraces a large field of ploits even by asking a question of ex- Â¬ more largely from Stormonth thau from oo HARPERS WEEKLY Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston sport and there te perhaps but one planation He is always equal to the any other of the family of Dictionaries COURT HARPERS MAGAZINE- 4 00 meets Saturday evening before the full ptaee in this entire beottoti or country occasion aud covers up his tracks as he HARPERS BAZAR 4 00 moon in every month FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND tne Chamberss is an acknowledged MONTHS HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE 1 00 where you can cover both of llrne ex Â¬ goes along You are expected lo stare model lor a Cyclopedia but it is adap Â¬ JAMES M BOEN W M NOVEMBER Pottage Free to all subscribers in tie J C Witt Secretary tremes aud that s the great Alachua with mouth agape to gulp down his ted particularly to England rather than Richmond District No 1 D P Armer United States Canada or Mexico statements iu then Iake or Paynes itralrie It is neces Â¬ remarkablequietly down sections com- Â¬ to America Sturmouth is the ac Â¬ Wm Waco Lodge No 3jS at Waco meets at Court House 3rd Wednesday without Willis at Court House 1st Saturday sary to keep tlwe two names on hand to simmer knowledged peer of Webster Wor The volumes of the Weekly begin Jth Saturday in every month Lyman Parrish Constable D G MARTIN W M with the first Number for January of each in case of emergency as what i now a ment He is always the hero of every cester the Imperial aud Murray as an W T Fielder Secretary Foxtown District No 2 G B Million year When no time is mentioned sub lake was eee a jtrairie and tradition adventure and should you endeavor to authority but without a peer iu the scriptions w ill begin with the Number cur- Â¬ at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond says that these changes are a part of an check his torrent or volubility by combined qualities of coucisenes3clear rent at time of receipt of order John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th irregtilar programme laid out for this stretching your own blanket ynu iies and accuracy of learning No Bound Volumes of Harpers Week Â¬ Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Saturday J S Chenault Constable wont be long iu finding out your mis Â¬ aiithoritks however are blindly fol- Â¬ spot seme time ago probably about ly for three years back in neat cloth month JOHN HILL W M Union District No 3 Albertis Parks binding will be sent by mail post paid or John G Taylor Secretary the dawa of creation wKhiu its thirty take I niide a mistake once myself lowed but effort is carefully made to at Union City 1st Saturday John A 1 quietly observed by express free of expense provided the in answer to a tri Â¬ Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R thousand acres of water marsh and bring all matters to the generally ac Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox N Lanter Constable treight does not exceed one dollar per vol- Â¬ bog yo may bag anything from a cur- Â¬ umphant remark of one of those nabobs cepted staudaid of the most eminent ume for 7 00 per volume town meets jrd Saturday in every month Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton lew to a Mie from tin royitl mallard of the woods that a friend of mine hnd Aiuericau rather than foreign schol Cloth Cases for each volume suitable SANTFORD OLDHAM XV M at Waco 2nd Saturday John W killed three deer at one shot wheu he H Shearer Secretary for binding will be sent by mail post Jacob to the dandy gHlltaule Besides the arship Mooresat Waco 3rd Saturday Charles paid on receipt of t 00 each Three great variety f game aud fish there is gave me something like this Editorial taelut second to none in Berea Lodge No 617 at Beret meets Oldham Constable Remittances should be made by Post much that i attractive about this same deer why dang it Capu earn aud I America in experience and skill is Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at Wm M ADAMS W M Office Money Order or Draft to avoid Ust Saturday Kingston 4th Saturday Lceland D chance of loss sheet of water There are miles of were hunting once down near Sugar engaged in the conduct of the work J C Davis becretary Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday JVen sfafers arc not to copy this adver- Â¬ dear deep wider where white caps Foot aud ran spank upon thirteen deer the publishers past experience in George Young Constable tisement without the express orders of 0 0 P iu a flock I had the gun aud only one bfoom during a breee where a yueltls Harper Brothers Address Glade District No 6 James M Wood Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F barrel was loaded Now mind you Cyclojiedia making notably in The MMi would almost go to puces for joy HARPER BROTHERS Library of Universal Know ledge now meets eery Monday night at Odd Fellows at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal- Â¬ Hd yet not a single solitary sail projels there were thirteen deer aud I had only New York loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday Hallon Main Street twelve buckshot hi the charge but two knowu trebled iu price as the Inter- Â¬ R G Ballard Constable a keel through its walets the row bout M B ARBUCKLE N G national Cyclopedia is a good basis Kirksville District No 7 I M Cotton of tbe hooter or fi iterman is mow the of the deer were exactly iu line so I for the pledge he LJ Frazee Secretary makesjo his patrons at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander otriy craft MseM upon its surface but sajs Sam you retrieve em and I that The Mauifold shall to be Boone Encampment N040 meets every Kay at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M bugd away and I wit h I may never no other Cyclopedia iu any infeiiorim Â¬ that is sMciit Aw your jturpose Grst and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Fowler Constable of tlie TJe Uke is borilereal by a fringe va see the back of my neck if I didnt Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv Poosey District No S - N Hcndrcn Hold said I as my indignation portant qualities of a popular guide to W L FARLEY C P ryfcag it wMtli of tail grass or weed knowledge Specimen pages tree or a ILLUSTRATED - at CottonsatStore 3rd Monday3rdWm A L J Frazee Scnbe dont imperil specimen Keagans More unanaier Friday aod Ut it- - eaHem and western extrera arose out ot its banks volume may be ordered aud S D Carpenter Constable hies htrndredr of acres are covered with 3 our soul by such a statement think returned if Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No not u anted John B Al Harpers Bazar is a heme journal Million District No 9 J M Iong at Statement what a dense growth of the atune iiiterspers of tin awlul second Thursday in each month dol- Â¬ It combines choice literature and the art 3 meets Fellows Hall istapps More3ril Uuesday A B Kew statement You havent allowed me deu Publisher 303 Pearl Street New etl wHh IMIy NHr3 wiW leitnce or cele ilustrations with the latent intelligence re at Odd by at Holmanb Store 3rd Saturday York R A BARLOW Captain g rding the fashions ery and with an occasional stuued to make a statement I was going to Each number has James A Harvey Constable L J Frazee Clerk say thai I banged away and never cleier serial aud short stories practical bosh or tre w Jiieli has h der jming NEWS PARAGRAPHS and timely csaj s bright poems burner KNIGHTS OF HONOR forioru apjMHiranee reiuiiidiug ou of a touched hair nor hide never even ous sketches itc Its pattern si eet and 1888 United States that I ever heard hit the Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets iDonumentto desolation fashion platctupplements will alone help The grand jury found ten indict Â¬ of You are just a trifle too antecedent ladies to save many times the cost of the evcrly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Tlie whole forms an iuterminalile im Â¬ subscription and papers on social cti Hal at 7 oclock 11 penetrable marsh a secure retreat for Im inclined to think that if you were ments against men charged with W BENNY Dictator quctte decorative att house keeping in all nearer related loSoIomouyou wouldut frauds at the recent election and will the wiW fowl and a free from the in James Tevis Reporter its branches cookery etc make it useful THE What answer probably find many more This is the trusioti of man as was trie pentraha of be quite so previous in every household and a true promoter of ILLUSTRATED economy I really legiuiilng of the good work and it Is the Vestals A creek a tributary could I make to this outrage its editorials are marked by CHURCH DIRECTORY line admitted to stream wiimIs its slugxish way through felt like kiekiug him from Cape Cod to sincerely to be hoped that every man Go good sense and not a effendi tlie moot fasHarpers Magazine is an organ of its columns that could but fortunately reÂ¬ guilty of corruption will be convicted the eastern marsh but the water is ex Â¬ Kalamazoo progressive thought and movement in tidious taste membered that hecould be particularly and puui shed Louisville Post every department of life Besides other BAPTIST tremely shallow iu many places only will contain during the attractions mans of Mack oozy mud soft enough to disagreeable in that hue himself He Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday coming year itimportant The body of Wm Reed an eccentric articles superbly and Sunday Pa tor Re Wiliam Ru niuMraicu on bog lle sltaduw iff a cloud I am actually intended to kill those thirteen iron and nil prospectof the owner of nie ureal west articles on parJ PER YEAR epeakiug of lite lake at low water when deer with a lid ami twelve bucksnot some 40000 ncies of land in Kentucky American and foreign industry beauti- Â¬ Drowning Cretk Saturday fully you HARPERS BAZAR shout under diilkulties for but preferred to hold me up to ridicule Pennsylvania aud New Jersey who f4 00 Sunday Pastor Rev 3rd L Law son and way illutrated papers on Scotland Nor- Â¬ T Switi erland Algier and the West With or without Patent Index HARPERS MAGAZINE 4 OO game wheu wouoded frequently at the expense of one more lie Then has been missing since November 21 llavs Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Indies new novels bv William Black and HARPERS WEEKLY 4 OO there are jieople who giggle over such bus been found at Atlantic City He bMes tNMler the lilly nU or fall into W D Ho wells novelettes each com- Â¬ Pastor Eld A J TribbJe HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE 00 Saturday fosASRiasUBRmi the Migfc mailed gra beyond iwr things I am sure I couldnt see any Â¬ was the Msessor of a curious instill- plete in a sngle number by Henry James v Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday ami Sunday Postage Ft ee t all suhscribers in tkt Lafcadio Hearn and WDlCTlOliAM ITSELF reeveli Amelie Rivers where jou Itad betttr leave it thing lo laugh at iu this instance Factor T L Law oti meiit by which he had located many United States Canada or Mexico The camp lire mentioned is nut one mines aud well aud finally lost his - Saturday ihort stories by Mirs Wilson and other or If you attempt to secure it y must Brick ChurchKirksville popular writers and illustrated papers of The Volumes of th Bazar begin with and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James took a leetle out for beeide being tin of tliose beuihleriug affrirs where jou life in trying to utilize sunken treas- Â¬ special aitistic and literary interest The the first Number fcr Jnuar of each j ear Tonr Attention is tmrited to the fact that in pur have tlie aiitlered monarch of the for- Â¬ ures at sea He was drowued KepubliStn 2nJ Saturday and Sunday Editorial Departments are conducted by ltotneaf ile alligator it is the lurKing chasing the latest issuo of this work you get When no- time is iDcntaoraed sulwrr ptioos and Sunday after est et al Ijing ar nind iu such profu 4th Saturday Pattor George Will am Curtis William Dean ptaee of the deadly HMeeasin will begin with the Number cuTrnt at Rev A Dictionary Capt James Davis of Masou county HowcIU and Charles Dudley Warner - de sion as lo be iu tlie way of the cook j tunc of receipt of order Tkis huMtiwg groutul is tlm mi Richmond let and 3rd Saturdays and having made 125000 in tobacco pur Volumes of Harpkiis B containing 3000 more words and nearly 2000 more Bounl but if you like that kind you can find slraWe oh account of its aoeeasibility t illustrations than any other American Dictionary for three ean back in neat cloth b uling Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each chases aud sale- - visited Majsvillp live Miawtes run from Gaiitesville by identy of them in books will be sent by mail postage paid or by Sabbath Praj er meeting Thursday night A Gazetteer of the World rhere are some things in this cump where he bought a barrel of whisky the KlorMla Soutltern Itail m ay sets ou express provided the freight doe not ex- Pastor Rev PER YEAR Richmond PreJctinarian Services 2nd town at Ikehiuk a beautifully tUMnkil iug out business w hich have a most in- Â¬ tight baskets of champagne other containing OTer 25000 Titles with their pronunci Â¬ ceed one dollar per volume for 7 00 per wines cigars aud the like after which Saturday and SunJay and 4H1 Sunday HARPERS MAGAZINE ation and a rast amount of other information oIume 4 00 iHMkborderiog um the lake Here fernal tendency to dampen the ardor of recently addedj and HARPERS WEEKLY Cloth Cases for each voume suitable Pastor Rev E II Burnam 400 if you have made noH r arrangt menf-- your joviality Every red bug iu the lie engaged a brass baud and then in Â¬ HARPERS BAZAR or binding will be sent by mail post paid 4 00 Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday HARPERS YOUNG A Biographical Dictionary you are met by Bill Pt ach ool a fa Â¬ country oonsideia himself a special vited his friends to come and see him PEOPLE 2 00 on receipt of t 00 each Paxtor Rev B S Hunting They went to giiing pronunciation of names and bnef facts mous hunter IMk thihh guhle ami oommillee to entertain jou during the Wedneday evening Remittances should be made by Post rostage Free to all Suiserit rs in the Â¬ Unon 1st concerning nearly 10000 Noted Fersons also Olllce Money Order or Draft to avoid day Pastor Saturday and following Sun- United ittahs Canada or Mexico FJwrMa retriever wlto iweki jau iiighi and spares no pains to make it the number of seventy five aud Capt Tarious tables giTingTaluable Information Rev John G Pond chance of los together with your camping eijuippage lively for you w bile the cold blast is Davis iu addition to being unanimous Viney F01K 4th Saturday and Sunday All in One Book Aewsfafcrs are not to efy this adxer The volumes of the Magazine begin Into a boat and you are ofl for your persistent iu waking you only when the ly promoted to be a Colonel was also tisement without the express order 0 Pastor Rev J A James elected tobacco king of Masou coun Waco United 2nJ Saturday and Sun- Â¬ with the Numbers for June and Decem- Â¬ imuting ground theuee to ymir cam lire is asleep Websters Unabridged Dictionary is recommend Â¬ Harper Brothers Address ber of each year When no time N ed by the State Superintendents of Schools in 38 day Pasor Rev HARPER BRO fHERS If jou love yourself dont hang too ty iu tWe huMtnoek uhiett skirts tlie lake States and by leading College Presidents of the specified subscriptions will begin with the New York nov30tf RichmonJ First United colored Ser- Â¬ Number current m many places aud knouu well to ling ou that old stale idea of sleeping The government of New South Uiority with the United States Supreme Court at time of receipt oforder vices 3rd Saturday and lollowing Sunday Bound Volumes of Harpers Maga- Â¬ ywur guMe T1a mau i remarkable in under the spreading boughs of the ma Â¬ Wales isotleriuga leward of 51250C0 and in the Government Printing Office It has in each month at 1 oclock A M anj Deen selected In erery case where State Purchases forthrte ears back in neat cloth Ws way Having passed the greater jestic oak witli no other coveriug than to American inventori for any process also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday hare been made for Schools and is the Diction Pastor zine bindimg will be sent by mail post paid Elder M Campbell pHkm of lfc life Mm tlte lake and tlie blue canopy of heaven or verily I which will exterminate rabbitp which ary uponwmca nearly au tae school booss are on receipt of based 00 per volume Cloth natjjsHatrt waters know ing every i jwt of say unto you j ou w ill get disastrously have become a pest throughout Aus- Â¬ vujcs ior uuiuing5o cents each bv mail CATHOLIC Get the Latest and Best LE Of course there are some advan Â¬ tralia and New Zealand post paid the take from arm to indentation as left Iu 1864 a Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ Index to Harpers Magazine It is an inraluablo companion in erery School well as tin itauuls ami Italdls of every tages iu alt this fur instance iu bleep few English rabbits were introduced days 10 A M Pastor Rev Father betical Analytical and Clasa ified Alpha- Â¬ and at erery Fireside Specimen pages and AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY for Vol- Â¬ Haley bird Ji ti r animal whleii frrquents its lug on mother earth and covering into the Botanuical Garden at Dume testimonials sent prepaid on application ume 1 to 70 inclusive from June 1850 to woods aud waters iu is almo t indis with the star liesaiigled firmament diu These have increa td to such an Published by C C MERRIAM CO U S A DISCIPLES OF CHRIST June 1SS5 one vol Svo Cloth t co SpringOeid Mass Harpers Young Piople interests all Remittances should be made eusable to tlie young hunter Besides jou are not iu serious danger of rolling extent that they are now public nui Â¬ Flat Woods 3rd Sunday young readers by its carefully selected Saturday Pastor Elder and preceding Office Money Order or Draft by Post to avoid he is devoted to the interest aud wel Â¬ out of the bed or of kicking the cover sances threatening to destroy not only J C Walden variety of themes and theirwell-consider-eSunday PastorEld J W Harding chance of loss fare of thoe iu his charge He is a good oil iu your sleep all the vegetables but even the sheep treatment It contains the best serial 5th Nnvspafen are not to copy this adver Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ and shoit stories valuable articles on sci- Â¬ cook a dead shot as strong as a mule Another word and you are dismissed pasturage of the entire country The lisewent taihout the express order nf day Pastor Elder Colier entific subjects and travel historic and bioL Harper ami moreiuseosiblete fatigue is inimi- Â¬ with my blessing Hunting game is magnitude ol the evil and the urgency Brothers Address graphical sketches papers on athletic Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding table iu anecdote eau stand as much recreation for the bwly and mind of the case are indicated by the extent Practical HARPER BROTHERS sports and games stirring poems etc Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew Art Maguine New York nov30 tf heat as an or I rich aud can freeze outaa Eating game is recreation for the of the reward which is at the same Mt Pleasant 2nd and ath Sundays and contributed by the brightest and most fa mous writers Its illustrations are numer- Â¬ preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 Esquimaux stoiaeu Epicures pounce viciously time an expression of confidence in ous and excellent A Superb Colored Plate With Every Occasional Supple- Â¬ A M Pattor Elder B C Hagerman upon the woodcock the snipe or quail American ingenuity As to your camping outfit that ments of especial interest to Parents and Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and Number as being the tip top of culiuary delica- Â¬ If ytu have good weather aud Teachers will be a feature of tlie forthcom- Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor The ball given by Mr Edward Liv Â¬ expert to jmss but a night or twoiu the cies but there is another biid upou ingston in honor of ing volume which will comprise fifty three Elder L II Reynolds the coming out 15 MONTHS weekly numbers Every line in the paper woods then yon wain but little here which my stomach has long oilered a of his daughter Miss Clarlsse Hazel Richmond is subjected to the most rigid editorial Sunday school Services every Sunday REGULAR PRICE -- AT THE- below 5 c Here is an inventory of premium always in easy reach and to tiue Livingston taxed the resources A INI at Prajer in order that nothing harmful meeting Wednesday930 scrutiny of evenings requisites for a hunting or fishing party be had at a trifling expense namely Send this advertisement and 400 sub- may enter its columns Delmonlcos last night Up to mid- Â¬ Union 1st Sunday and preceding Saturof old limes the spring cliicken chickenosiuni night the cafe and iSSS to the mlauraut were scription price lorJanuary Directand you Publi her before 1 frying iwH An epitome of every thing that is attract- Â¬ day- Pastor st springanus When you head him off open to the public as GROCERY HOUSE usual Alter will receive White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor ive and desirable in juvenile literature 1 lot bacon youve got me fowl AIcGildek that hour theeutire building was given Elder L II Reynolds Boston Conner 1 lot pepper and salt OF A weekly feast of good things to the AIiImis Hanifeld Cyclopedia of Knoivl- - up to Mr Livingston and his guests 5 gallons whisky EPISCOPAL boys and girls in every family which it This was the first lime that the eneSe and Language 1 loaf bread zitits Brooklyn Union RichmondProtostant Services every tire establishment had been engaged From October 1SS7 to October i8iS It is wonderful in its wealth of pictures Sunday morning and evening and on While arranging lor my first hunt One of the most extraordinary liter Â¬ for an entertainment of this kind aud information and interest Pastor Rev W Y Christian Ad Â¬ Friday evening here I dipped that list and handing it ary enterprises or the age is 15 DEAUTlFCh COLORED PLATES Sheppard vocate N Y the work also the first time that ladies were en to an ohl friend and hunter I asked which bears the above title tertaiued iu the cafe It Is estimated Fac Simile of Portrait Fruit Flower TERJIES METHODIST Postage Prepaid 200 Per Year Mac 1mw is tlus for a three das out- Â¬ The specimen pages which the pub-Â¬ that the ball cost 15000 The invi Marine and Landscape Studie equally College Hill Centenary M E suitable for copying or for framing 1st fit for six V He said Vol IX began November I 1837 Well I should lisher sends free to any applicant show talions were confined to the Sunday morning and 4th bunday morn- Â¬ ON thtek five gallons might here tlie the type which is used a good clear list of the Livingstous More visiting 140 PAGES OF USEFUL DESIGNS ing and night Prayer meeting every althan a Specimen Copy scut on receipt of izro last item caught his eye ami he ripped faced Brevier also the form ternate Wednesday night Sunday school In black and white working size admira Â¬ cent stamp thousaud cards were out New York Ideal every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F out bly adapted for Oil and Water Color Whatintbe 1 avy Crockett for convenience easy for the eye Star SingletNumbers Five Cents Each Grider Painting Tapestry Painting China Paintdo you mean by lugging along all that handy to hold The Remittances should be made by Post volumes will av- Â¬ A full and complete stock of College Hill M E South 2nd SunParticulars of the horrible burning ing Church ami Home Embroidery Office Money Order or Draft to avoid fcread erage about 640 pages each and there day morning and night Praer meeting of the Hairls family in Dakota are Wood Carving Brass Hammering and chance of loss STAPLE AND FANCY WhisKy in camp has long been a will probably be about thirty other Art Work of them that they lived on Newspapers are not to copy this adver- Â¬ every alternate Wednesday night Suna farm in u two impular su pen tit km Tlie claim for it tisement without the express order oj day school every Sunday morning Pas- Â¬ the manifold number will not be story 300 PAGES OF PRACTICAL TEXT house Harris wife eight chil- Â¬ tor Rev D P Ware as a preventive is widely recognized inconvenient Harper Brothers Address when you consult a dren Kirksville Pistor Rev S W Peeples and hired mau all slept in the Richly illustrated and crowded with in- Â¬ HARPER BROTHERS and while I have never heard of any Cyclopedia you are supposed to know teresting and valuable articles with Providence istand3d Sunday morn- Â¬ New York secoud story The fire had gotten abundant hints for nov3otf Iwdy bitten iu camp by a snake I have what title you are looking Home Decoration ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson for the under such headway that Harris was often observed that all hands exhibited lettering on the back ot each NOW is the time to send together Richmond volume obliged lojump from Southi Sunday school fin unshaken faith iu the preventa- Â¬ tells you at a glance 930 T J Scott Superintendent Services what titles will be called to his wire and tlie window and with this card Four Dollars for 16SS and receive also Parr the hired tive every 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings at found within so you do not look in 11 A M and every Sundaynight at 7 P It is well le take a bucket or jug of the wrong one and tlie volumes are man to throw the children to him M Pastor Rev I A Henderson Parr and Harris oldest boy jumped clear pure water which is not alwajs so handy jou quickly turn to the from the window leaving Mrs fauud iu easy reach of your camp sought for page Harris Including three particularly fine colored Steinway Sons PRESBYTERIAN to get out the children You may need It to wash the sand off There will be several She threw plates namely A magnificent study of Bethel Meeting House 2nd and tth thousand illus the baby to her hnsband Hazleton Bros GRAPES by A J H Way a charm your bacon after ado has slept on it lratians no and returued Sundays pictures but for another child when LANDSCAPE ing with windmill Formans Ghapel 4th Sunday Christie over utgut 1 have heard of hunters everything of meie the floor and figures by W H importance that will gave way and the roof ami Hillard and a richly Kirksville ut side of the coloed study of PANSIES aattMtly drinking it in camp This serve to illustrate New England RevWra Grow and 3rd Sunda s Pastor by M building fell in engulfing her and the Lamb Address gma Incredible until we remember The Manifold Cyclopedia is to Richmond South Services evcrv Sun- Â¬ and other Pianos tlwt eamp life has a tendency to make much more than a Cyclopedia be remaining six children in the fire MONTAGUE MARKS day Prayer meeting Wednesday night of The baby was put iu the barn raen s However I think in and Richmond North 23 Union Square New York Universal Knowledge it will embody covered with hay till Chicago Cottage Organs and 3 P M Pastor Services It A M u assistance came stanees of such dare devil iutripldity also a Dictionary or the P S Fiwe i ffjrcnt Specimen Num Â¬ Â¬ English Lan- but it was badly Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun frozen are rare Tlie ber with Fire Beautiful CoUred Plates guageIncluding every word which seven bodies were removed days from the wii he sent on receipt oi this paragraph 11A0S AND OKUANS The best camping place is found in has any claim to a place In the Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A FOR HEXT lan debris in a blackeued and almost unrec- Â¬ and One Dollar reguar price 71 a dense wood by cutting dowji and guage How often you M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M Atldrcas as aboe have consulted ognizable coudition Rent applied as part payment -- ON A- Pastor Rev L II Blanton D D piling a few butsbee you are protected Appletous or Chambers or Johnstons Write For Prices and Terms from the wind and from the dew by Cyclopedia and failed to find the tiilo One hundred and twenty thousand tbe LUKE U MILWARD overhanging branches Your fire is you were looking for then consulted JIADISOX COUNTY DIRECTORY ti0 itM 8 and 10 XV Main St Lexington Ky r made on the windward aide of a dry Websters unabridged and were suc Â¬ bushels of wheat have been marketed Mi - w t - vomitrX here so far this season and the eleva- Â¬ intennvi t met ho i iml live oak log one which ae a tree hud cessful the word belonged to the Dic Â¬ ate June 22 tf CIRCUIT COURT i work i ft perhaps 6een a century bud bloom tionary rather than the Cyclopedia tor men expect to get 200000 more be- Â¬ couiilrvIMw ran Judge J RMorton 1 fore the season closes The price has reÂ¬ from Commonwealths Attornev a T tT decay and die and gathering an arm- Â¬ Or you have consulted Webster aud mained ut 63 cents forsome time Fifty Ro I iu an ton Hjim ful of Spanish moss for your bed your found little more than a mere i are Hioe wlio rai l defini- Â¬ six cents has been paid at Master Commistioner J R Burnam oi cl iiev St Vicent OIKP li H4f preparations for tlie night are about tion of the word you must go to r Clerk W H Mulcr eriti ormrx the the few days Emerson Mani Â¬ f t PHI te complete vi Main ii Cyclopedia for details of knowledge toba COMMON PLEAS COURT Til utKS H International u ill in i Hew few know the bewitching at Or more probable thau either of 4 llk lit s t the U v Tut JudgpT fw Scott UV OD GIVE THIS HOUSE A traetSous of a camp fire iu the woods foregoing suppositions you do not own v IuCdil A It Is a mistake to use mice as a bait jiov aw ij J Wlthlu the magic circle of its light either a first class Cyclojiedia or a first for catfish X0a u ta Clerk XV II Miller 11 t nt iltHi vra Jrl rw It is new ta joy is the presiding genioue while class Dictionary or only one of the two attempt to nllure equally Improper to nttfl aarfflfv tail TIME OP HOLDING COMMON PLEAS COURT wtsui the lamprey with hllrth burner wit and conviviality are because of their prohibitory cost so Wis of mutton First Monday in January ut ilondav Tit Bits june22 tf in June ane 3r4 MorUay In October tlie merry sprites attend jnl iipon liisl you consult your Imagination and rovels TIME Of WOLIVXG CIRCUIT COURT go hungry for lack of the few lines It young men struggle as niucli with The wall of blackness which sur ot print that would satisfy you In the woodpile aa they do with the upper Third Mondav in m i j c t illi 4 bat niutius it only serves to heighten your the Manifold Cjclopedla you wilt fiud lip the result would be tar more showy rpHE second Term of the current oes- a slon of inn institution wilt wriii TrUE OF HCLDIVG i ft tujnseofsfcurily a after your men a survey of all knowledge whlMi OyARTEELY Whitehall Times AND m v iiiie 8 urug store u9tf mvTy court yotmrelou yourself beside Hs cheerful illustrated by the English Language Monday 23 aH Qjttrtajriy CflU t ou th Mrmlsv in biaz sand brush up your memory forj ana its cost js within your reach There Is no dubt that the StJjouis Btudlntis 3Ae s will be received from this 3 We 2m MOOdfJ ninmlacences Every bodyUeHs an only 50 cents a volume for cloth biud Browin are a picked nine 1hefeath- - Uateatid charged for In O to Vr A fe 1 the term only I 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