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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l9 ftfA-eh-TTtf- l r ry aSyi qr SSW 0 J - J r- i t i w ffi DECISION in Certain 1 m AFTER FIVi DAYS ILLESS ffi 1I8 WB J VOLUME III RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 26 1890 AN IMPORTANT II R I Prnt Shows thruuh NUMBER 41 Fit fas of fapss FAIE BILL Xir Liabilities ot Taxation Cum Settled CrxciNXATi Blair Bill Defeated GENERAL CROOKS FUNEftAL March 24 Judge Noyea Stiturday announced his decision in the probibe Program of tho matter of liability for taxation of stock The Senate Votes on the Much Discussed Question which had not been listed because of Woek i Proceedings THE CHICAGO WORLDS jlTTUl MWempuichcs clrr -- tb VToek mmrir Other ImporUit d Then Several mil Ise BrwnKht Up an l- Other vTahinctil DU re rJ The pro--- s March 54 of the house during the coming j ie niivencd by the discussion worlds fair bill on Tues- some opposition to moaure lait Ue impression among th sm mhem i that rh hill will be pawed Measures it subsantial cvange the rustrict of Columbia will the loue on Monday Among lis that will oonae up for pnwseg nin he me to establish a Columbus me morial park on Kock creek near this cttv Thp hJI to admit Wyoming to gMtihaai ill ts dis sssed but proba Other meas- Â¬ hly not pushed to a TOte ures of letir interest will occupy the boose during the rv4 of the week Th- senate will dispose of the Sherman v hNITn 1 - Â¬ aianv amendments of may be debated until quite a th st i lien it is out of be way the taken up lions bill will There was no oposition to aud jNisse1 it from the Demx rats on the finauce committee and none is expected in the sensn There may be some deiate over the amendments offered by the senate committee but this will not consume mt till- - oat uitiaoure souie Ume during the opinions of the proper officers that the same was not liable The action was brought by Morgen thaler the tax collector and included the years 18C1 86 inclusive The pro- Â¬ ceedings were liased on Section 2i81 as amended in I8M which provides a pen- Â¬ alty for false returns The court found that the conveyed knowledge of the state and county aud- Â¬ itor to the holders of the stock consti- Â¬ tute a suriicieiit excuse for not returning the stock for taxation and hence the re- Â¬ turns were not false The court also is prospective in nat Section cliaracter and not retroactive in opera Â¬ tion therefore the plamtiif could not recover under it b to the taxes for 1886 which come under the statute as amended the case is different Then the holder was admonished of the intention to tax the stock so the de-Â¬ fendant cannot claim protection under former rulings and practices Judg- Â¬ ment was given for plaintiir for that year while the finding was in favor of defendant for the proceeding years The stock involved was that of the Big Four railroad company Tho defendants were If E lngilK is J Broadwell es tate of Reulon K Springer ioorge wil shire Evans I jppincott fe Cunningham and the ongwonh Lowan and Ander- Â¬ son estates THIRTY ONE TO THIRTY SEVEN Mr Rlalr Changes HU Tote and Moves m Reconsideration Mudd Waa Declared Elected and Seated In the House Other il Â¬ Â¬ 1 ANOTHER FLOOD lav the motion of Mr Ingalls to w motion of Mr Blair to recon Jie vote bv which the senate refused to pass the education bill to a ill come up for action and it will liuely be agreed to In an on of this action Mr Blair has offered this bill in a new form and Tery will report it to the senate fa v again before the end of the week It will have to take ifo chances on the calendar though and the prcba hitii is that it is dead for this season at least The Dotph committee investigating the secret session leakages is aboat ready to present a supplementary report What action will be taken upon The senate may it is problematical take up this matter in toe secret session er ft may tavc up the Florida nomina iuring the week No day has t The report of tlie xed for either ne committee in the Montana con I ready and will be presented to ate Monday and the case will lie called up for argument and action early In the follow mg week Â¬ Â¬ The Ohio lllvrr Again Over 1U Banks and Kiting Cincinnati March 24 For the sec- Â¬ ond time this month the Ohio river is out of its hanks and rising rapidly At I oclock tliis morning the waterworks marks indicated fiftv five feet seven incheij in the Ohio at this point a rise of four feet five inches in twenty- four hours and the river was still rising at the rate of two inches an hour Kailroad travef is interferreJ with and trains cannot enteo the Grand Central depot but all the railroads thus washed out have established temporary stations outside of the flooded districts Dispatches from all points along tlie Allegheny Youghiogheny and Monua gaheta riven report the water rising At th head waters of tlie llo rapidly norgaliela ttie water is liither than ever known before and it s still fast creep Â¬ ing up Farm lands along the streams arj already under water and great alarm is felt Ki ipurts from about a dozen points in the mountains of West Virginia show that all the tream are bank full and still rising with rain falling every Â¬ where The tii iatches say the indications for disastrous floods were never better and tiei e is a good deal of appre ia aloof lygart Valley river the heat aiT the west fork of the Mo Every tiling is afloat ncugahel Â¬ -- j io NO LET UP TO THE FLOOD sen ate the calendar was taken up A bill The fSsiSSSia Widening and Miles of Country IBdor Water W rijropriate30ovUO for a public buildVickspik Miss March 21 The Ra- Â¬ ing at San Diego caused considerable Mr leigh and OiTuts irevaases are making ion hut was finally passed Blair introduced another educational bad work with the railroad The bill Hflybtlis were passed most of MissMsippI alley railway is under rueusures At 4 3U p ni water at Laiuortaud the track is being them pension the senate adjourned down and wired to trees to pre- Â¬ In the bouse After unimportant leg- staked being weened away The iTnreve vent it paosage of two port division of the Queen and Crescent ending the building bills eulogies were de railway is in aliowt the same condition i i on the late E J Gay of Louis- - The v ater i i i isi sever Ilhes a da No los and tne crevasses are widening Tlie damage to the of lfe is reHrted Colonel Wardens Condition WAriiMjTs March 23 CoL W W country however is great Tlie Nita crevasse is now 4r0 feet wide ii is still in an entirely helpkws nrf very weak After a iveek and the weser has spread over planta spent at lroridenc huspital under gtod tions for a distance of twenty five miles treatment and kind osfaustrsr THE MINE STILL BURNING tii- gentle Sibters of Charity CL t Warden is ts ilsj more etsy and restiig Impossible t As certain the Damage beU r tiian at any lime during the past Done at tlie Oermania Mine fortnight but upon the whole it seems 12 Hurler Ashlai that the prospects ol his uitimaie re Â¬ Wi- - special Wis March is still jiouf says Smoke covery of health and strength are very ing from No J at the finmailjs mine ebglit showing it to be still on tire below The INTERNATIONAL SUBSIDY managers hope the flames will not enter the rooms aid drifts but will smother Propositi to ttan a Steamship Line Be It is impossible t o asout in the shafts tween San Fraaebco and Valparaiso Washington March 24 The Inter Â¬ certain the exact amount of damage un- Â¬ is the mine cleared of national American conference Friday til the fire out and il the report of Mm committee oa smokefurther attempts have been made I No communication on the Iacilic ocean to find the liodies of Sullivan Weber naThe committee recommend tliat the Banks and tne two strangers as searchtions lying along the western coat of ing parties cannot get IsMow No 2 shaft and reprethe American continent was ruined down to the fourth level by in this conference agree to sub Â¬ caving sidize one or more lines of steamships Banged for Fraud winch shall make regular voyage be- Â¬ Two tween the port of San Francisco and March 21 Cvn THIana Ky that o Valparaiso in the republic of years ago Benjaman Gruel of Robinson lull and the intermediate irts said station this county detrauded several vessels li make bi monthly round trips citizens of that neighlorhood of snug at It Ma to each port to be firw class in sums ot money by negotiating for stock every respect and of not less than 4000 and making paynieuts with bogus tons capacity checks Close upon the heels of liis mis esel owners are prohibited from en- deeds he tied to the mountains of this state and did not return until tering into any arrangement or combination to increase passenger or freight a few davs since His two years rates As a compensation lor tin ser- absence did not efface the old vice a subsidy is provided for to bo paid grudges against liini for his wrong doing annually by tho subscribing nations in and he was seize Wednesday night by a prepoition to thmr population The toial mob of about twenty persons taken amount however is not to exceed thirty to a graveyard near by and there cents per grow registered ton for each hanged l0i miles sailed The conference Friday adopted the reSerious Fire Ia to a Village port of the committee on communication Baltimobe March 24 Tlie Ameron the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean icans special from the Point of Rocks see already Hiblished Frederick county says This village was near f swept away by fire yester- Â¬ Hindinc Twipf at 1030 a m MrNMEAPOiJ1- - Minn March 24 It day The fire broke out D Chambers vras given out Friday the National Cor in the general store of B rapidly The very dage company lias stored hi this city 200 It gained headway apparatus and assistno tire binding twine the largest village has telegraphed for and received car loads of was amount in store in tlie country except ance Frederick who sent two fire com in Chicago This has given rise to a from fire was constory that a corner is being arranged It panies and5 engines The buildings were by the jobbers who say it is trolled at p m Seven Mr t hamberB is denied The store of destroyed stored here for convenience only was valued at 1000 The village hotel A Conductor was also destroyed loss 1600 The to-Â¬ Fatal Quarrel Moattx Ala March 21 E B Mo tal loss is about 1000 Curdy conductor of a Louisville and A Father luuoccnoo Kstibllshed Nashville railway train was shot and Charleston W Vs March 2 1 The seriously wounded yesterday afternoon near Bay Menette Ala by a negro jury in th case of the state vs Andrew i amed Jake Daniels with whom he had Et tep returne a verdict of not guilty an altercation concerning the railroad Friday Estep who is about M years of some fare MoCurdy after being wounded age has been confined in jail for by the tired four shots at the negro hitting tiue and was recently indicted him each time and then stabbed him grand jury on three counts one for rape with a penknife Daniels died almost and two for incest the victim being his instantly The conductor 6 wound is in own daughter whose testimony before the right Is east He was brought to the jury secured his indictment this citv A Toang Lady Missing Ind- - March 24 The Anders ad W adding Celebrated beautiful ami accomplished 17 year-old 81 Mr HrimNOBURG lnd March and Mra Rudolph Schroer residing daughter of Abraham Doyle of Jackson three miles west of here in Cass town- Â¬ township is mysteriously missing and ship celebrated Uieir diamond wedding has been since Feb 21 No motive is her leaving home She was anniversary yesterday in the presence of assigned forsurrounded with all the com- Â¬ their chftdren and a host of fiiend Al Â¬ apparently though quite old being 92 and 98 years forts of life and her home relatione old respectively they are still hale and were of the most pleasant nature bid fair to live many more years The Died fur Love and Jealousy celebration here caused a great deal of Robert Cas WOOSTKR O March 24 pleasurable comment as it is the only kev of Orrville the man who shot him one that has ever occurred in Dubois selT in the head Tuesday because he wae county jealous of the attentions other men pairs bis sweetheart died Friday morning ol a Prisoner Lebavon Lad March 21 Edward Saloon Fight iEnds In Mnrder Carer who was imprisoned in February Columbus O March 2- 4- A bloody for ninety days for prize lighting made good his escape last evening Yesterday fight at Tom Sloans place in this city Careys girl from Crawfonlsville came Sunday night resulted in murder Iavid here and persuaded the sheriff to allow Sutton an employe of the gas company him to take supper with iter at a hotel was assaulted by a drunken companion The deputy sheriff accompanied them and kicked about the head so severelyÂ¬ and wliile they were all eating Carey that he died at hospital yesterday morn- Â¬ jumped up and ran out His friends ing His assistant Jack Keaf was arwere in waiting with a horss and buggy rested and he drove rapidly away going toÂ¬ Slew His Flayvnate ward Crawf ordsville Joliet m March 24 Tommy Wine man 13 rears old shot and killed Bertie Heaven Crowded With Angela The Polhamus 1 1 years old yesterday a The BocooBD Hi March 21 dis Bchwcinfurthians will hold their first boys were playing marbles and Wine There are one agreement m the game caused the t Heaven hundred persons present and all sleep man boy to draw a pistol and shoot his Inasmuch as hule playmate im the stomach under the same roof are leryeng accommodations f cr then Disastrons Prairie Finn onlv about thirty the angels are BTRLrsGTON Coi March 24 Prairie crowded but Schweinfurth said fires are raging in southeastern Colorado rather yesterday that all were pure minded down the Kansas border Already 100 and free from any worldly passion and 000 acres have been devaated There they could therefore ail be accommo Â¬ are no facilities for fighting the fire dated verr wen W rnMiTrN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- tUrdai ConrrauIn the March 34 Washington Dispatches Washington March 21 In the sen- Â¬ ate yesterday after Mr Cockrell pte sented the protest of the Pork Packing association of St Louis against the bill for the inspection of meats which wis referred the educational bill was taken up After brief remarks by Mr Bate He Mr Blair rose to close the debate said he looked upon the education of the colored people a the solution of the But the white people raco question constituted tlie great mass of the natioa and on their condition depended the future of the United States and the future of the world The senate then proceeded to vote on the bill and amendments The first vote was on three amendments offered by Mr Moody of South Dakota to tlie effect that the illiterates among the In- Â¬ dians shall be included in the calculations Mr Blair said that there was io objection to the amendments Mr Edmunds took the opportunity of speaking to the amendments in order to defend the constitutionality of tlie bill He asserted that there was no moral or legal obstacle in the constitution to the bill He favored the bill for the effect it would have upon the new etates and also upon the southern states In the latter it would diminish the friction between the ignorant blacks He bo- and the intelligent aristocracy lieved that when the poor colored people come to know a little more they would see that the land owner the man of education and property was their befrt friend and that it would be better to entrust him with the administration of local affairs than to entrust it to ignor- Â¬ Mr Moodys amendments ant men were agreed to The senate then proceeded to vote on the third reading and engrossment of the bill When the vote was concluded and it was known that it had result 1 against the bill Mr Blair change his v ote from aye to no so as to make a mo I he result was then tion to rewrisiaer announced as yeas 31 nays 37 as fol- Â¬ lows Yeas Republicans Messrs Allen Al beoa Chandler Culsom Dawes Dolph Edmonds EvartB Higgins Hoar Mc Nlitcheil Moody Millan Mandereon Morrill Pettigrew Piatt Squire StanTeller Wilford Stewart Stockbridge son of Iowa Democrats Barbour Colquitt Daniel George Hampton Hearst Pasco Pugh 31 Nays Republicans Aldrich Blair Davis Dixon Farwell Frye Hale Hawley Hiscock Ingalls Jones of Nevada Pierce llunb Sawyer Sherman Bate Spooner Walcott Democrats Berry Blackburn Blodgett Cockrell Coke Faulkner Gray Harris Jones of Arkansas Keuna Morgan Payne Turpie Vest Voorhees Rea an Walthall Corman and Wilson of Ma Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Death of Gen Robert C Sehenck at Ills Washington Uome Washington March 21 Gen Robert C Scherck died at his home at 54 5 p m j esteroay pneumonia of after an illness of but five days Gen Sehenck waa in tho 81st year of his age and his career ai a soldier congressman and diplomat was a remarkably busy one He was borne O in Franklin on Oct 4 1809 first He was OKH BCHSSCX elected to congross in 184 and served four terms and until 1851 whin he was sent by President Filmore as minister to Braail When the civil war broke out he promptly offered his services and was one of the first brigadier generals ap Â¬ pointed by President Lincoln his com- Â¬ mission bearing tlie date of May 17 1801 He serv with dstiuction as brigade anil division commander until Decem Â¬ ber 18CS when he resigned to agaiu take his seat in the house of representatives Gen Sehenck was re elected in 1864-60- -1 and during his last four terms in c ngress filled a number of important positions in the house and rendered distinguished services as chairman of the committee on military affairs and of the ways and means committee In December 170 he was appointed min- Â¬ ister to England by President rant Resigning his post as minister in 87fi Gen Sehenck returned to Washington where he has since resided Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Tbe Ceremonies Tlint Took Flaee la Cb cago Yesterday CHICAGO March 84 Tlie closing chapter of tho record of Maj Gen George Crooks connection with the west was written Sunday morning when relatives and friends comrades and ex comrades in arms gathered from far and near arouna his bier in tha jiarlor of the Grand Pacific to breathe a final farewell to all that is mortal of the great Indian fighter and then to escort the remains oa the first stage of the journey to the grave in Maryland soil All night long the casnet was guarneu by a detail of the officers from western os8 who had been summoned here by the late general to serve upon the Steele courtmartial At 6 oolock the help in all departments of the hotel and with whom Gen Crook had been very pop ultr paid their last tribute of respect to his memory and shortly afterwards the doors were opened to the public From this tune on to one oclock a steady stream of people of both sexes white and colored millionaires and laborers and to a total of over 50000 filed past the casket which was surrounded with a large number of exquisite floral trib- Â¬ WHEN THE SEASON OPENS THES JFMRSI1 I30 THE 3VL3lRX2ET HENCE WESECURETHEBESTTO - BE HAD Our Ready Made Spring- Clothes ARE NOW HERE AND ARE REMARKABLY PRETTY AND STYLISH WE VltE EECEIVING AN ELEOAST LIKE Ol utes NOT INTERESTED IN POLITIC3 Ex Congressman Glover Finds Something The following pairs were announced Mease Butler Vance Paddock Casy Gibson Brown and Call who were for the bill with Messrs tuay McPherson Eustis Hansom Washburn Beck and CaiisHiei who were opposed to it Mr Blair entered a motion to recon siiler the vote and then on motion ol Mr Edmonds the senate proceeded tc consider executive business and soon after at 450 p m adjourned House Proceeding ryland I7 That Pays UeUcr New York March 24 John M Glover of St Louis spends much of his time now ir New York and Mr Glover has recently Washington met with a rare stroke of luck He found in St Ixmis a few years ago a Swedish inventor who had made some wonderful discoveries in the way of electrical and seam appliances among them a new microphone and a rotary steam engine He investigated them had faith in them and secured a line string of pat- Â¬ ents He is confident that he has a mil- Â¬ lion dollars in sight for himself while the poor Swedish inventor who seemed unable to do anything without a part nor with capital has lieen placed bevond even the dream of avarice Mr Glover is not taking much interest now in Missouri politics He is attending strictly to business Serious Railroad Wreck SOKO Rr Mass March 24 Tho worst railroad wreck in this vicinity for a king time occurred late last night at Concord Junction on the Old Colony A south bound ice train railroad which was standing in the yard was run into by another freight train from Lowell which was going in the same direction The engine and several care on the train from lxwell were totally de- Â¬ molished also tlie caboose and several cars on the ice train The wreck took fire and burned for several hours Charles Blodgett a fireman was badly injured William Hunt fireman se- Â¬ riously injured V P Chamberlain engineer was buried in the wreck but escaped with slight injuries The other train men escaped by jumping Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wagon Load of Dynamite Explodes Decatub Ind March 24 Saturday near Stone a small station south of this city while a man named Barr was hauling a quantity of nitro glycerine it exploded blowing Barr to atoms and instantly killing a mother and her babe Barrs horses were also killed 100000 On motion of Mr Marsh of Pennsyl vania a bill was passed for a public building at York Pa at a limit of cost of 0W0 The house then resumed consideration of the Mudd Compton contested election case and was addressed by Mr Comp tou the sitting member in his own be- Â¬ half After reviewing the testimony in I only the case he said In conclusion want to say that 1 suppose the guillotine If this is ready and tlie ax sharpened is so tlie victim is ready and while ne falls with tlie hot breath of earnest pro- Â¬ test on his lips he will fall without a iiuiver I am made I hope to God of that kind of stuff that does not know how to crook tlie pregnant hinges of the knee that thrift may follow fawn- Â¬ ing Applause on Democratic side At the close of the debate Mr Moore of Texas on behalf of tlie minority of the committee on elections offered a resolution declaring Compton entitled to the seat This was defeated yeas 143 nays 1SB resolution declaring Tne majority Mudd entitled to the seat was adopted yeas 150 nays 145 Mr Mudd then appeared and took the oath of office amid much applause from the galleries Mr Morrow of California moved that the house go into committee of the whole for the further con nieration of the pension appropriation bill pending when Mr Hooker of Mississippi move j an adjournment Lost yeas 122 nays Sir Morrows motion was then IHL agreed to yeas 1M nays 00 The committee immediately rose and tho house at Sett adjourned -- Washington March 21 In the house the senate bill was passed with an amendment striking out the appropriating clause for a public building at Burlington Iowa at a limit of cost of Â¬ and his wagon orn into pliuters The explosion dug up a circle of ground about sixty yards in diameter tore the windows from the house in which tho dead woman was sitting with the child and wrought general havoc No tracts of either the man or horses are to be found excepting small pieces of flesh hanging upon the trees remote from the spot where the explosion occurrod Ten New Business Duildlngs Bnruetl Minneajiis Minn March 24 A 111 Tribune npecial from Hamilton says The main business portion of this town was destroyed by fire about 8 oclock Sunday morning Two negroes who had returned from a coon hunt about 230 discovered the fire in a new block of business houses and in a few moments the flames were spreading to adjacent buildings The Keokuk fire department responded to a telephone nseseage but were unable to do any good an account of lack of water In an hour ten new buildings were in ashes The loss on buildings and goo Is is estimated between jCOOOO and 00000 partly covered by insurance Killd While Drilling an Oil Well Fkanklin Fa March 21 Joseph J Stock a well known oil man was in stanth killed at Reno yesterday while assisting to draw the tools from one of his drilling wells He slipped and fell and wae caught lietwi en tlie bull wheel and floor Before the engine could be stepped his neck was broken and head and breast crushed in The services were conducted by Rev Rev Dr Dr McFherson Fresbyterian Clinton Locke Fpiscopalian Professor Swing and Rev Dr H W Thomas Ex President Hayes and Judge W Q Greham representing the Loyal legion occupied seats at the foot of the casket with Gen H F Devole of Kansas City who succeeded Gen Crook in the Thirty sixth Ohio during the war on their right 1 acing the head of the casket oine LOO members of the Loyal Legion from this city Milwaukee Omaha St Faul and Cincinnati toÂ¬ gether with the personal staff of the late general the official and personal friends of t he deceased being gathered in the Mrs Crook communicating parlors who bore up bravely during the exer- Â¬ cises was escorted by Webb C Hayes and Mrs Reed her sister by Lieut Renno Dr McPherson opened tho services with a short supplication and after the audiencu had joined in repeating tho Lot Is prayer the hjmns Rest for the Weary Something and for Ihee were touchingly rendered by the choir of the Second Presbyterian church Eloquent tributes to tlie dead generals memory were then paid by Professor Swing and Dr McFnerson who dwelt upon his faithfulness self denial and self sacrifice his devotion to his coun try and his many neUe attributes as a man The addresses were very affect- Â¬ ing and many of the veterans present were unable to repress their emotion The pronouncing of the benediction by Dr Locke brought the sorviees to a close aud the remains were escorted to tlie Baltimore and Ohio depot by the four regiments of tlie National guard the Loyal legion and the Grand Army of the Republic The following gentlemen acted as pall tie rers lien R B Hayes Judge Walter Q Gresham John B Carson Gen W B Strong Wirt Dexter Mar- Â¬ shall Field W C D Grannis John M Clark Col J A Sextoa William Pena Nixon Judge R S Tuthill H J Mc Fariand Mayor D C Creigier C D Rovs John B Drake Col James F Wade Fifth Cavalry U S A Col Thaddeus Stanton U S A Asst Adit en John Collins of Omaha P E Stmlebaker den Sooy Smith J F Lawrence Potter Palmer and G L Dun lap The procession was over a Quarter of a mile long and tlie sidewalks were packed with spectators many of whom bared their heads as the catafalque passed by Two special ears were at taciitd to the 3 p m express one being occupied by Mrs Crook Mrs Reed their friends and the military escort and the other by the casket and the guard of honor Waiter Crook of Davton O a brother of the dead general vhilo on his w ay in a street car to tlie hotel yesterday morn- Â¬ ing with hie brother John was suddenly taken ill with indications of apoplexy He was quickly conveyed to the hotel and shortly after revived although it was not considered safe for him to ha present at the services The remains will reach Oakland Md where the final interment takes place this evemnic Â¬ EARLY SPRING SUITS f to Latest astern Styles Three and Four Button Cutaways Frocks and Sacks Single and Double Breasted Prince Alberts All at very reasonable prices Our Merchant TAILORING DEPATMENT is a No 1 Thanking you for past favors we extend you a cordial welcome to our new store Dont forget the place for we have moved to COVINGTON sjl s iim 220 Vest Main Street TVaY Hotel Glynaon MITCHELL SADDLES A1YD OLIVER PLOWS Jjns HsswsssiBBsssswaswJ sSnssssWssn GEAR next to The oM and reliable Saddle and Harness Houe ot Hi GW VTA I gk T No 26 Second PICKELS Street stock of iarnett House has a complete St iX sssssi sssssswsfa ssS BSsv Saddles Harness Bridles Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Oils and Toe Weights Soaps everything else needed by persons who handle hor- i Saddles Manufactured to Order sssswsrsirls Y sss sbsssssj Jp J K4 ssVsssVsV aiSm Jsssssl Sbbv -- THE WIRES Items of Interest Put In Convenient form For the Hurried Bender A gonoral strike of buddors U probabls at SPARKS F ROM BoKton SHACKELFORD -- r3H I Important changes have been made in tha tariff bill as published The Monoighela river is reported higher than ever before known The governor of North Dakota has vetoed the mortgage extension bill ComThe hardware Ann of Whitaker pany at Toledo O assigned Saturday A Cleveland J Judge has decided that Â¬ DEALERS IN ALL KEKDS OF- - GENTRY FMslg Goods and none but the best material used Gentlemens ladies boys Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Himes Backhands Bellybands Cellars Collar Hame Strings Ilow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used on the farm Only experienced workmen employed If you want a Saddle you have a hundred to select from ranging in price from 4 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have 150 sets to select from ranging in price from 8 up All prices of Plow Gear from the cheapest to the best Something entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot ot lap Cloths ever broucht to Richmond 41- I Â¬ Â¬ Hardware Tinwarfi WnniJRuwarfi JJ BKOOKS D M CHKSAULT XaUMMV WWV4WJ MAKERS Hon BROOKS CHENAULT BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON TOOLS AND MATERIAL Heal Esta to Brokers Richmond Kentvcky Large lists of City aud Country Prop- Â¬ erty Property sold and bought oa Correspondence solicited Commissioo and prompt atteuticn given ear Office in Jhu Bennetts law office Branch office at Stockton k 39- Brooks Drug Store 43- - Kitten by a Unhid Dog Ind March 21 Two small children of Mr Hansel lngrams of Stendal were bitten by a rabid dog yesterday One of them lias already de-Â¬ veloped unmistakable symptoms of hydrophobia The developments of the case are being eagerly watched by the local physicians Fire in a Hotel New York March 21 A fire in the inpoaaible to llrase Kverybody Hotel Bristol No 17 East Eleventh WASnwoTON March 21 The Repub- Â¬ street early yesterday morning created lican members of the ways and mean a panic among the guests many of committee were in conference for sev Â¬ whom fled to the street clad in very endeavoring to light apparel The fire was extinguished eral hours yesterday finish the tariff bill so as to have it after a loss of 6000 was caused ready lo present to the committee to- Â¬ An aSOOOO Fire at Pullman morrow There is but slight probability Chicago March 21 A portion of the that this will be done however All day the individual members of the com- Â¬ Pullman Palace Car companys works at Pullman was totally destroyed by fire mittee were besieged by representatives The company has not yet of the various interests that will be af- Â¬ yesterday fected by the bill A irge delegation figured up the loss which is estimated of Boston shoe men entered protests to be between 40000 and 80000 against features in the bill The Lost Both Legs smelters and refiners were also on hand Nfw York March 21 John White- Â¬ to object to any change from the de head the fireman who had his legs cut cision of the secretary of tlie treasury allowing lead ores to come in free when off Wednesday morning by the collision mixed with silver which exceeds the between two switch engines at the Grand The question of Central depot did at Bellevue Hospital lead ore in value placing a duty on lead ore is still in this morning abeyance and was considered without Dinner to Minister smith result by the Republican members of Philadelphia March 21 A farewell the committee yesterday most of the dinner was given by the Clover club last time spent in consultations was devoted night to its fellow member Charles to the duty on raw silk Emory Smith recently appointed minister to Russia Negroes Arming Themselves March 24 Rev G Death of nn Ei Msyor Carlisle Pa W Grav speaking before the Central Philadelphia March 21 Ex Mayor Methodist conference here Wednesday Daniel M Fox died at Atlantic City night on the dangers from the illiteracy where he has been ill for the past ten southern negroes said he person of the days at 715 oclock yesterday morning ally knew tliat negroes were arming Detail of a MinstreL with Winchester rifles The themselves Boston March 21 Benjamin Collins statement has given rate to much discus Â¬ the well known minstrel died in this sion here city last night of pneumonia aged 30 A postal card from the two young- Â¬ years sters Eddie Logwood aud Aimer Deer ing who went West to siay Indians and chase the Buffalo locates the young Highest of all in Leavening Power delinquents at Kansas City Missouri Hintinobubo Â¬ Sunday shaving is a work of necessity Canned goods packers are willing to give up tho tariff on their product for tho sako of free tin The engagement of Gen Rosecraus daughter to joveruor Toole of Montana is announced A quarrel between rousters on the steamer Bostons noar MldJieport O resulted in one being fatally shot Rev Duncan McGregor a well known pulpit orator of Brooklyn has left the Methodist for thy Baptist church The bill appropropriatmg 100000 for a public building at San Diego Csl was con sidered by the United States senate yesterÂ¬ Â¬ Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March sir 8 ram Milc Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds Fruit 19 1890 Wmti Tha following eat saaw- - m es - mmcoo i s IrN ahtr BsMsM ha arcw Oisly tho who wntof lur to us sU osc can IM tbe chance Alt yotthava toflom return to tbow our f ooaa to thosa who rail your nfijrbbora asu thcaa around you Tha b rtnnmr of thta srdrTUfBaat swssssssm th small and of the tala- e appearance of it reduced to III- vi i ri -n iiiiiniiwt tit won- untquAd and lo ntrmJa r our will Mmlntfi nor fOdi mjn One f Che FREE uuxi I Osmesis - Tress For Sale or Rent I desire to sell or rent privately the large two story day P A bill providing for a oAnmission on the iW the IHeth part oftoaft bIh Jt wireieohuw u how terry e ea frSo 3 uflO day at laat fro th tartwih subject of the alcoholic liquor traffic will pf N char o c W pay U writ at be favorably reported to congress POhlLAJib SriaVB KALLSTrACOBomle The governor of Kentucky has approved the lottery investigation bill to compel the attendance and testimony of witnesses Harry Manning of Cincinnati fell from a train at Indianapolis while aslwpaud was seriously probably fatally injured The exports of this country for the eight months erkld February 96 were mors than a hundred millions in excess of imports Tamagno the great tenor who gate 100 000 for fifty performances and has other valuabr perquisites including eiht seats every night he sings has a brother who sings in the ononis for the affluent income The brothess do not of 17 per week travel top slier neither do ttwy have any association savs when tha stags business de ssssstda ir ms I will tie pleaded to furnish any one who may favor trie with their orders Standard Fruit and Ornamental Trees Apples Pears and 1lanti namely Peaches Giapes Cherries Plumbs Strawberry Plants Evergreeus Water Maple 4 Address 35 42 P F ADAMS Waeo Ky Dissolution ITotice A Rice STORE HOUSE situated on a good corner lot Id Ellis tou Ky known as the Hoft an proper- Â¬ ty 22 H H COLYER The Boot and Shoe firm of Wallace Richmond Ky was dissolved by mutual consent on Monday March 3rd 1S90 C C WALLACE 40 43 Z T RICE Jr LOOK ATTHIS THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF I Â¬ Â¬ Canton glass works were totally de-Â¬ stroyed by fire Sunday morning The works were among the largest and most successful in the country Loss 60000 insurance 35000 Two hundred work- Â¬ men are thrown oat of employment by the fire It is not known yet whether they wfll be rebuilt Too Near the Hudson Blver Kingston N Y March 24 The state milk inspector has caused the arrest within the past few days of a number of milkmen in the villages and cities along the Hudson on the charge of adulterat- Â¬ ing milk Fines of 25 were paid in each case Two such arrests were made at Poughkeepsie Saturday and three here Glass Works Burned PrrrsBCRO March 24 A special to The Times from Canton O says The rcyriiNi FuiiiiG ciSiNG 1 yesterday BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND kwassWsssssssssasssssssSssBssssBBBBssW U 3 Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Lexington Gazette The Secretary of War has authorized I Intend to Sell Them at Some Price sag Â¬ the Mississippi River Commission to expend 1100000 for the protection of the levees from Warrentoo Miss to the head of the passes valuable horse belonging to James Given of Swing committed suicide by striking Its bead against a large tree A ABSOLUTELY PURE W A POWELL -- BHSBsraBiijBw Print Shows th r TH C M I I the eclipses will be of much import- hfamderjthao in dri ving the party h aim be mar aftqaVJlhe first i thugh Con- - shaled again is a li T4 t fear or I be visibll i WaUHttiit IWrHrrrol wtiWooiuti of et ates- - reproach er Dem- Morsll IIJ c contim ts fiaSaHaBlwf ern - - Editor J msnship it was a IhlfRTioKi dfifpera ocrat since the days FRENCII JJfTOV the n G rover re except be to ft iniftvBhmS the personality rvjrtpe lact Cleveland bus sta UnlQl III WEDNESDAY BT he time thaKstWM he hide that in the struggle rty The huVxUMVce ttie and leadership u disc of thelsjflU Mft Ml for nation was brought into a supreme ex- - iues upon which whether Th3 ces of JjMrlrJCJljlJhlUU jHlBIUMVf felt that as oinlate or i statiou l cent Wat G WiillE roVFLL re a mm uju m ix mute yet ntutuj aragfe we m wyen K mW JCl ola ioscous 1 could tell auybody what to Jo Every oucyople ap d the IVwl Ktl fr Ilm is atfllai tut ftauular PRICE PBB YKAIl thing which was done ft ruck nature a They are reforms essential to the in eclipse The next solar eclipse will blow in the face And for that she al- tegrity of our government its due ad be on Dc 8 and will pirtake of the Vci gives a return lilnw Tff grenmtiTistratiDjits iJiuRieaaanil drreJopi same luuurc at the bugia ment These reforms are growing in but will be total for a small region rsjje We are sure in such an encounthe Indian and ter to get the worst of it That Is what lavor because they we are suflriiug to day and what the that so many of end will be tiud only knows I shall approved them it is to be hoped that not tTYere to nee tt bnt W unilprful wh sltape mr legislation and aie m Oallfoi nla aTprW me3T TTTtm iiBPrnniiri poler wilLmn ioinppr traHi lireis Sftm mtnenrat HOTWr ahvhrtrite ex ai ui JQffii blood tiiKii itf i v it w a r urn iLawe r nif- vMi Ipto a cive the rotfler djavvfJiile at u iijflwic OUH aphant work drilljnjr hnd canlte r ibout fwt- f6eqju3eL aoLquitat oii t hiiiKifii menof uie great scale 1 tirmATrrrtm EVTiirx Y HILL as high the bides and roof of which lijojJth liave thei viuttathv of everv T fj i ViSfe I 1UI AY Wl4 ted umsLhus xrxm i vj3ifcSmsn rWMv -- TN TA T rI rtmcauw ATi i 11i It I k U Bi rket Tor Mn fcfuwr in rat I I MmW easy to doy LTfcifny were WXM was I V at which ntM ipprtj Sai 1 PSJES CURRN2 W Stock Minkr Lvr Try Miivr u fl Iff OUT CllSarfetiTjflPft fr bid VfouDE GoreHMra t steady nigs halts 1 FsitlfNH fctiJ upon Id k bid n stoct lBkhi4-ltui-aiKi-- AWTfai a ri j r - -- sti a V Jr1 j t HBf ii rv aviu I TTf Tiir J5P - i aV HM i f Tr JTPSJTV 1 rv jlIW iWl riraa Kar OlfW - yemn I F MaarfmKJ m 1 - I iit m lj f i - I k v Uflkal K9 M Jl I LA 4Tal v tj ND K V i i f 1 i i caufl9Ptjr lTia 80 flivE fl WE WfGKiJB M L j MUbT CKKKlTJi TE i i STOHF- - fl50 -- - 1 Th openinc prices were cither un months changed from those of last night or only Hugar Trusts declined slightly changed irom tSii toOSJi a kws L Ji Pr gBl trom lasT ahsernanl ustnen ds I Mi ilX AJ0UJ nights prtr limit wp fc- - ti- closiug nuMlnT tor v s v I - rBkv iR5 rfr Bir T JT r J Jtr Lvxr W -- w t r am v THING o it wUl pay Â¬ DemocttfTMetf The animal exasperated and nearly l HoosRt Yoriters mixeil ia ftnia- to te made for the next ComnititeFTnay tietermine f4454gi Mdispiiy jKj KWirSTafT a2rJ3atA oCerfoeniiT from tfy f aCfseTBe CdxjntjrCmrfjitteIf done to death made for the bank and delphia 3564W f4gsi S4UWW IU 446eomBon V man on reaching it was Again Sssailed by T jtnierea tujefe pf3iftlO0f0 fair to good allt- ft SiuacP Iflme ajriiusfi hn hu ih tan to mane provisions fcr th Baioo with a fourth1 bullet yfhich put aosnuwa 5T1W apriqg tftaabs ittu450i lambs IS tlrait arrvlTnarr4 L ToOOOOTn 8eledioii rtf delegates theVotere shall an tnfi to its life- Tlie carfeaes made estimated revenue of 4047tW4 in the 11 mwTTn niau7vn Vent inft ill tho rnnrt Its appearance on the surface of the flllrt niQl inir o Aanit r1 ATt Cf rivr and was dragged ashore cby soma Hoow Iiitbt 400Mi mixed UM illirilfiti J f fo I boatmen iwioHihibliftdllt ifterwacd 4a0heAW J4154j30i rTTTKKrtra bauvtis 4G6a4 90 steers ucitKttie9 iu wiiicu Snooooooo written an able naner anainst the F timatcd revenues S 2it4Tt mini W aapitaflUH i k TfOI laiSOstockers and theitouutyjsiffljtliiid- - i r7iT 11 f Tewlfrs mm j f J4tt0is95 jimrn 1toitaccu iuiu nu jiciiuuil rrobable appropriations exM i Eniiti iiivi fvlrr in the Legislature Why the Editor Wanttd a Amnestic uricmij fermanent appropriations Sevr York e want a girUoO u 000000 hfluseUvVlIK Tbo 1 criHat urn rrffif irAAc 1i in W iTioeBgfffflBfnJWi n4 wtaitl3r OOe May C Oj aM n iiterested MABKr IU01 worS and if our readers 883 000000 ff An orAer dicirWrobablc3enclfncv r ur m m i CiH in tl6 Stttcefls of the taper they will a -- fitted Wc May 27c 0ATS H iwwrr4epiiioaMwi v - roo At wMbany d aooot wwwT at a oVlori UleTnaTKW-fc- -t slight advance on last nights figures In the last hour the- - features of the dealings were the Flint auJ Maranetta stocks The was especially strong wlvancing was Uii iffh tsfJVS1 cent aa vanaue LADIES we have the ilB Tusf i tram x aiai strousr Hose Teuaearse Jul suidauly Wore thw est line ol FOOT WEAR in f Jumped into prominence iwvaacine to 57 from 54 Jhe rest ai thQhst dkl dbt yary Richmond and all in the materialFr Closing xiily fractionally above t otWithsmding 1e flgunti yestertkiy HTIHtttfeffAftMIl 4it- by the book stabs liATEST STILES POCKTT ATTORNEY favorable ihibil mode t KNTRALtOMMtnU K years ago Prof Moses IStuart of Atldo- iinj an increase of fi3rG23 in SlLUYWkN- witn tne ment interior 01 tne cave Ixvlvitue u - ic n uw eK Tii fclosflcal Re iiifuJrvf fpensoiStl I A Ti iridescence of va rmlltencoioedilrefiia VK Pent JP UOBtrallOT jusfctlie IfriJidlf Mr a I lninHf thelDemyneffft i Kentucky i k 3E Mt 84ed ta onetof the liin HT1 OPERA TOE C ok I iWi Ifrthwiei6ernll0i 11 thogliUedng XifMeijl deadjpc kjfVaasaiidMiid stars m thtf fiMfn ameni Deua ocrallftSlikt At ajneetint Ohio 3tes HudsouHO FRENCH TOE me that he saw no final solution but Central and State Executive Commit- - nad come doWn to hold High c jOTirvat DeU ft DL racdie themselves through lenses of Erie afk Bock TiOand niDTD mrT the surrCTTorTT IWn fir Tlnff Hiuw to tui In hi in Ihi inn lum 1 FOR JAI1KR 105 LAke t j bST UIji- Hotel iiiIvexingtojion Wgdnesday vanegatea hues fcxploring farther LjUft Shore ir MVamrAUUi v r possesion of the coL V K mi ytern fhey found still mQwewtme for wonder HK Common Sense Toe HI i i i mciDimu luiinialsS Wwfa rtft1 Pft 1 onijtywOyltlyTjpmpcrylsjt TThese Shoes bear our iCetatbi nfpet tu- a repUps afooungclj Tpsre wferegraij i WltiAjr WSi itycanf fl odors iriiarfl itic races live iu the city of LAi owls ana monstrous oas anu several tfifcR i Kf tuny delegate convent kmrdv f Jiraml and every pair is war- WooLrrr Upwashtd fine merino 1819c medium delaine iQelher asnalurejtdiusts citlors in the isville at 12 oclock M isnakes as hideous as if endowed with Tijk i bloodoaibiBjj iiSilcbtajd l20c me I ranted the pufpde of life SdnteoI thes pe lfftctfops sajs and clothioR 335c fltfA rvthll Hn t dium eoraliihg S49ase iioininatini a candidate for Clerk of the theHotaet Index have been remoted merino A ana a s oiac memum ciotn MRS A T MILLION coPditlp me 30tiij3io actamo nutsoiu w4 to eiJcct Cum I of Aiipaalm blAlK liILL dFAL 1050 HAV Caaioa tiawtny soils at August election of 1890 v rv 1100 par K S0M8a J FOR SI RVFYOR EtBCroSSU j00b straw Tlfti W J A G WILLIAMSON A monster crocodile measuring 17 1 LATTUhUiXid to choicf butchers S8S - j gae softuiion i30Oe3e- I I I ct feet jipd 3 inches waskiliyd in the H aid Kdudationll Billlto amnt One Price Clothiers r n 1 niiuureu biw hbh one oi ea ttTahdfeedW2Alfl Desvy Shtp 1 J nllkaiiWMiirn HrAiEfrll rjver at Utleifiarar Itadia in I U 1 J UU I UK3S Sslscjed ixltcfcers oaml Eiv Us iitl 39- iractio n oer liM qittred castfojf Grtf-- frOOIoEs copxid i bp6 Joykl6en MjiofeerjeeV piBA 4MM5 fairnongn pocking I iJllli Jll I paiag fiU ii4a0 twnimsnand Wfl11- ikiim verto velhndj for Weaident itt JB88 library P uperimindet of tfye- 400J fair to good light 410iM35 pigs of the country was UCICaiCU IU lilt nrltiB d 4kialirh AriUnfV ulinoXil tnatt diriagDjjkshaff tgwder maay ia Aanst 1890 urn Firt Mwrlaj jJSr i7iVh i -United States Senate Thorsdav voo ehjht sho uaSuccessfillljvSyiiei BaB6o kL tccu itliMC tuaij VLIC UCICLOIC SPitfsb pVrtrPiihKnriMidtrtVt iSyMVBnLi Mooifrjeer arrived and 79ct91Iawaif0u WlK3iriM r p ii M- JMtralurK 11 -- Snifllr rlAe bullets in its In Iiovp v titv is lodgea tfiree sfcikWiktilUU select its ileleRate i on the 17th dav of head and thus mortal y wounded it A Vi Ai Cattlb Prime 470480 spod WSOffl i iiu - - Whiiii 1rTlSHvA ofabl XVnll JJ1 esda tirii annforTriaTfioTiT reail a talTTe May 1S90 iu such manner as the 480 fair H0UiS135 fresn eowsfsoog - SWCK4S3M - loss There was no other movrmont out later recorerfd toe Jtert rn of nio- IVilie ympom Mjtod U M Furnishing KCIGG cy MUMni rm yrrred 5UKiLiHT YbV tCSIfJ rUKWAUU j -l- aAAlUJ II II A U THATfl - MOND emu 11 i m GENTLEMEN un l tdJcni Sr-j-- MEKtBIEDO KCTSELLGOODSATCOST y w to call and see our mammoth stock of Shoes before buying We have them 1 UL aa ti r-- rr I ol il nll QW7 -- KID BUTTON rnmo iun roufUT uMw--ltiffnt-idJa8- wUSK fai w cwLJJOXlw tit t id 1 BT rV FuerMr - jfiionah LV- 2c ni OUR MOTTO SMAIit rr in siinsi il Ti YMIRT IT I lr i il- IKJif Q I IU I IN A STKAIGHTA1 01 LUII IN ALL STYLES HAND SEWED CALF KANGAROO I VII 10 J X PPOt lr I r h 111 TJlllO 11 I ilM PROFIT TREATMENT PERFECT FITS AND ONE FIXED HONEST FAIR BOYS SHOES IN ALL QUALITIES MssTferttetnbeT hit jttn AGLAKANTKK with EVJ er KiJEES if aswpfflaizst av witil4 NU1 1 teHa4 il 7 ff fcM6VWeJ tap V OfLIES SOHOOLF IBLDOO Hatters and Gents Furnishers 213 West Main Street laa s - Richmond 0fe Kentucky - u au frjiTrTtf I M--- 1 it utminiv uit V liiirJM a0l fl I I fl I fl 1aV fl 1 seg IHI ii UUIil NOT ns - tritiliarryas 1 11 - uni WT- WWt - ETKI TOrl ir I5v I iTOJDriWISEJP v - MVV XSfrC2fZ mo JI Jl jannj JboiiIiT imn iim ji LAMBS-r-- Ol- B nuauuu Lu fflBIl Ol iiatui rIH1I Circuit ludgi sncKsai BJeJrpr rWliedMtoaagya ltv ata Mr and iitik10cOWAIan oulLt the ville Ailvoete ha at James K 4itf tarJF u Si3twafl Ba bxaiiv ui Frgjah JOtrUi port Naval ships Increased pc um vue t gpmruf ttei 1 ronosed aDDroDnations reDort In eJenktfiritnKirlTitirAilffflK eislatrnare ifcielnR vigorousjjt be-c ise they were riiguired to ppv fair if o dH lars perdaytrjfjie Burnett BBotitt x LirLi KIEL ln TsOQMlOO M umajii duriagJDieir recent vjsit Jo iAXRjui7o r mv that city But as they got five dollars spoliation claims so 4JOOO IGeorgeowaTiniHemai8 uflli grai S J fW 111 lilv o fLcm I FOR SALE XT3rC30JCOcuuL ML in hBuus fo sabiireAione gys tbV iJjnion- ifitilus 3SftjfrU4Q tiia 1 housework and at the same time edit Jhis psperjis w elTas iyo wouI351Tke fc Wedtf noVdisljke W edit thipapirr nfir 3o we aisHke th housewoi k par- Njiriculirly TO find gthattheifido HJ J T WKRA Cftd II1 J4c Mky 83a In n i nl ii But the Finest Line Hardware Stoves Tinware -- i ii of- - Cutlery CO v Watons 1742000 7000000 35000000 per day for their services while absent from Fraukfort they Were rtill dollar ahead for every twentj jfoar hours means and t asiscm jJAble aQ iiviy rr uurdcdjfio i au Wiat 9H Toul LATIJN II acc6ooooo1 appropria ions - DJATK 44iooo TO CONSTrTUTIOXAL CON fcno rWimrkpata VMI WWMM rqjiOeJ 384iooJ H B 40400000 j ison county to the Constitutional Cona J Tho4JtBlr JiesneiniJrulfMifik KvrpKcnf aHHHhinncnt B veutiou I accede to their wishes with to heiy 4 full appreeiatrpt of the fpeSl honor czjj Wjg i 1 V1JJ2000 and respoDsibintyof the office and If incr gBoth the method aauV4rc8uUtcii IMM ted win endeavor to discharge the Syrupof Figs is taken1 H is p1eflwu mii lilt 1U11HU1 KAll EtfllKM iee a best I an Respectfully i ofJsilitAryud Louisville Tobacco Mafkel and refreshing t the taste and acfi t Ktmw GITETI8 F BURN AM ByHJlc Ter Cuirett Louisville Ttaceo J gently yet promptly on the Kidnajs Ajiveraod riowok cleanses the ey March 24 1890 Tare Hou in orderWWiWku blic oninion ih the refued to aid Judce Lillv Sales on market for tbstatttem eflfectiially dispels coMs head pon the great issjkes UMtdAkCU1ii32Mnfi3QlSi2 jeuocrat ADVICE TO DVSPEPTICflk week just closed amount to 33thMaches and levre ami cure1 habirn mecTby ex President levelaiiflL with receipts of 224 Ii ids fortucsWiis constipation Syrup of Figs is tle MlID ilAO rulllll ul uiuuim ommou Sense and Their Ofrrn SaJys on our market since Janocui o AiwnlA peribd but it vi vr - pro- if 0 each uary 1st amount to 36379 bluls H salea only remedy of its kind the State iuvitine Are to Strlctlj Obeyed let dnHiUeJBarsaa OVP Ritan Qjeitduced pleasing totbe tirete and nc- on our market this opiniliSfleading aud represen- - AD dyspeptics should avoid any crop of 18S9 up to22274 date of TudifiiiioYd is no equat amount ceptapie to the 8Wacn prynipt ju hhdfe questions The thing which they aot others cannot map more Xew hurleys from good to Mnr4iy sits action and truly bejiefijLiil in its puoisti elsewhere oijreei says- - uie jow rork ledger Lilly been stronger tms week man at any Wnti many causes for and time this year the medium tirades enects prepared only from the niQft ulaCjJYe strong current of ihere m v hrere nlxmllhr is impossible have little iu price healthy and agreeable substances it nocraticsUrstn II lUAyaiiJil Mnbl irniVWnrTVs n aud faith as to the iorras r - apeia mat vit eauiu uioi lur Oolory also improved aabout t lie tame many excellent qtralities comTnend it Ann nVtll iVn Jt A types remain w t w MVlltai Illlll tirordirnl miiv rin wliv iilfliprc siinnhl KeWiitiwiA but the common grades ofl Color ate to all and have made it the most Bnpe Saee reforms on which useless titan to bo cautioned against some easier Old sweet burleytv popular remedy known iBiikilv inn HerjloCrfttlflJlPnlAliripnt inv Pmiailiiiin ni iumxi jtTrvr than at wuuukl ut euttog this or that because your neigh sold at higher pricesbit wlwre anytime I Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c ie toother localities ttiey are and 81 ince CfcsioiighouValmsSllintry While ballot bor and 5o cannot eat suck out ofthe holidays bottles by all leading drug couditiou they seH low i jform occuuies Bir tbje greater space thtjafcy- - Tf wjs would all sttidy the na gists- Any rejuauic druggist wno The following qootUions Utr-i -rKfihnnsn iJtsedisciHusiottf it iswnly beeause It 4ure aWSigOBtabn of food and rememresent onr market tor IJwrley tdbaTOo may not have it on hand will proan f tt v nasAw the pressing issue and opinions ber that air and xercise arc as isen crop of 1886 cure it promptly for any one who Trash Dark cr damaged tobacco wishes to try it Do not aceept any ar in regaVto the proper scope this tion as food in promoting good health t we could easily decide upon the diet 150 to 135k Sftrm shall take But civil service substitute F litiriMtirKhaffHJ Colory Trash 350 to 750 best suited to our individual needs rotms aud tariff reform are livinir The miiiiii should abstainloniaiigr L Common Lugs not colory 400 to CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO v - bf Tit i ues before the country and it is and anyrhrrrg- - that tal SIA FRAKC1SC0 CAL it Averted irJV LOUISVIUJ trj UfW YQftltY u ir ifiidf j I7lJlrrtSW estiQa suuh as jitarghy f Colory Lugs 700 to 1000 tar in Meand lifeponif S900 CofiimottLef 7 r r AH food sweet omelotsi CTt4ards jcljuj OjTiij Vka parn- n lfrVm MulMlM l lutf UMA In til rfsflrWfms mne andj OiiaUoftuailrsJiabW818ID0a aPfit oi luflJst asUt ssreoJs W Ut wotjsajCei tl in 18 UU to Select or wrappery tobacco liegrding the Australiau system of liquors Thacorpulepilr isoijlabslahiilTPiu IPJsl litjnr riiifflYiTTi n cTattimtf m Wilbt reform there is as we have said fat as well as sugar and starch A d Hi wwef xsrqjficreclenUllcaiyil Been afilwt fcoaie diretritji pf opinion tfuchiug fuuy prepared prescriptions IBea for many th diet oiyihule wheat mUk vegetables in private pracuc t wiiu auKvaaxDuioTiiTtv Local Produce Markets Ptuaem at m merand a suoocoo fruiuUani le meatiK fqac6 only feVSefr foVeVSnSa lul lawjTOPrfawSiSjjnsrHoI ORREUBD WZkY BY JCrVJWTDi a nofjilaJJEtnjjant pf feidiSsiirhiLleJin AJrOLtr 4 BSO GFOCEi3 MAI is a profuund eppst it utignsyle lay and again as to whether it shall excess of acids sweets spices and vcpp street Richmond ky th jibMcOiifiued to CCBX8 nuexs tj nr ranrnPAL 5QS r iiin1 ii i i ri r n 36 1890 S A 1 FeVexe Conteetleo lnaammatkn UJVJUSjtsrUJllaJstnU U ltIB Uii entire State Ii W ona Fever Worm Colic We raw CoIleorTeetainRorrnranta IaM Beef Cattle Butcher CrtBrn ea ot Children or Adul only familuft lof thespTwsu j iiheDaSriHPd sity US2LJEKS irg 1 oosWMjMiuijuB wni DjeeBterrj OrlplpgJuloiiB CoUc- i fie n imitiui ijrtfint in iL fiiiiiiirv Tinn T iiiik i rM tuifre ia r uirmuuai iK eoril upon strong nor vigorous mi qui are nenner seatflSklkTffJQ bu kniupa haimi Tomiuu x Bacon Hams rCountry eiuhvjpold unwuuua it fMAiyiryj aWp iVje tnwiiy 01 iiunKiuciDR uie essen- - Thin people with weak digestion i iiitti SteKHeedaclie irrjBrjc eadaoe Bilious Stomach Vertlsa 2 in iawrKiLupiKinMs lami irvprnfi aim ttMtvaid Dy pepsi a liiu ri ntirv goopreaaed or Painful Perleoa i mentrflmTiTnlVe nfrarrCTallrbtlf Swet ballot and an official ticket The people are oitcn Kept thin by the same ChicUcns 00 Wnfteav too noieae irenooa 50 753 IOC 2 ojatCoaafcPuTlriatBreaMB OPd which Jm 6thers fat- - fff fhejH Ljj lnoraiLr Wei xSmWilllV SH I ssVsss eCTy Eryeipeiaa nhlt BBeai KheumaUc Pains fill Csfcnof SfiAsTthS WiVffieHrttr wfij r Ubramatiam 7oc i nrwhy WayTiromoreT ami tbei i6dve 4 We Feyer and A e rhllls Malaria fine MMtOiA 2 selieW 5s mvn jrleflji JHBsur 2S pu blicatr can object ITytittnVaird1 UfSjfcst elections and this without rel- - erisfa dyspeptic state they become Coro per barrel50 M wfucc to its practicareTt5Ct uiwn the nervous or go into consumption for no Hayi per 100 ft i no IhmnrTnt mrnTTt it tw trrrT iiebiiuvrnysicai n csaacsi 4O50D ii ueneral toiMm v ti Anm Oats in shesf per ioo 5 40c 1 SO VS77ZiKSuitit i7nderrri5Puch1 other reason than that the life is burn- - Lard O IrlnhT v WsjiwarWnsMBaWWre-ork IOl2C it Dlaeaees Weakness WjtthuiBea 1 JO gi6itbVAdiat which dnlyieeds the tallow of thuUeartPalplUtlon 00 tr lo f3 cotisiaereu ior Uie cause of honest ure annaoesnoi roncw tno rissfiie llIOSKs TIIK KIVF rKXT HKIIKTKIX SoMrjyPrija1a8 or tvtA nostpald an xecelpt 1520C uikonBimH elecllous sliaims is4o- alHrtteB7rn i Men sig thriii gMves wrtih 4 trioL piuHciHrrASAt5 14 Feathers 7040 nchiy oouna in ciotn ana goia Fulton sPMS mui us 1 an 3 JW A 3eethf noV onlv bV arinWtl whlskr1 Meal MY S0a65c Uifihr7sMBJi wgnk we annpuiu II m IvolTinsrflfMiUrLf Itet tad ifsrl Axtr tobacco but hV MOtnir fntia Sferfd Oatr nt rp c 40c -- n t MM7 Kv he IJegitikiwtmf tbeffff - liV rflTor i Atsww f tmi lOadbd aWwh vfth InlWiilSrr ma- - Feed Oat tTWC few fiHfwvtivu aujj ttf iuls WrtiWH lill rpdiltnrt thJCattav fi r MM Wlich 4otfaeslto Orchafd fjrss A iS Il ex- the seaLbf German Millet no HL-nn tl SO UMMmMMTnntM pgHBUUlti4JUllHtHllfllH BH nuiiwriBt TilUUthj Owiiwi XPfiTri BWAffS lias returned the liTll nnsittieiT tri Clover Seed - - dFJV rnf i JBroud miiMiimr EWriated - iU Editor Gbmaz 1 nave oeen requested by many in VT be a candidate for Delegate from Mad Â¬ rtd VVVV lnntkliHiic Anil r v wMU kuu 4d jydmoldiJ - 1 ifowefr together We15ndfrTlcan vT hot think prodigious tariff thoughts in a satisfactoryway wlUe fJisliing disaes and bed clothes nor dobs the ditufe afflatus seem to hover rdund aboutrQe WpTnaJ when engaged in such work not oo as vepeHie as man shouia bo to oecapy our position but wQtse tej help that While as we hrftwnjftiiW marked we do not specially djalikoW uie nucesEary worK aoooi a ncuse we prefer under the circumstance hir a girl rather than an ediwir prlBeifrfi ly because ol the difference l tgist Jo xou wiu get a oettor pipsr u you ub a girl not too attract rd onefiri does ot roqnii e toomujiuperirtttiTii MukSp IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY - Ijfl ifl Ol liall iY iv W G 0 FITZPATRICK m Meal wBttL jftfL i mKr SUBBt a w fifcy9yl -- - aB isT T OWisrj0V no iu ii c ri rri ii iiijil tiit ii sit ii i -- in m Tr ni - l BBsaam ilt -- iii 1 lia6 4t Jh J af w W im hL -- TMl iiafsll iloin ruea i fiat TirUI h-ii ti t oj t 8 jl IIW i1 i rijo i K I7W j K sa ii Imus i T d i Jo r fUUmsrfK CjlifT il niato vfr Ji-i-- TP nn Inn iil T9VWCg i lu vstil I In I M s- arrwsll Have the GALE CHILLED STEEL FLOW which we believe beet plow made Buy it try it aid you cant Jeny it W fsth also hafrdle the fl I W V p LO J 1 BAIE is th Best Stun aaaas aiaaw vv s Bill ---- or IMPORTED iiiii1 rw I 1 - ilAyj m Â¬ fl mia rwa Ini nn We have already sold ifrid Jar f dViaIC elnK SfMe aie 1 r- - i mn TYI - mmt IJiviio hv W PV ira is Ji Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market a number of them 1 il it- THE MALTA DOTTBLE iii SHOVEL L 11 h Is the best made we carry a large stock of them We tj-4 j rtsp - Â¬ fairlp M Â¬ GOODS o iiuiU carry a large line of COLLARS BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS BRIDLES LINES HAKES COLLAR PADS and i 1 j i - eurig -- - fi ittt jf Wagon HARNESS AVE everything necessary to hitch np Also full sets of i rtl -- - Yaleifett Humphreys a NOW TAKING PLACE U it olifiW Jmioqiorl ii l V HANDLE ALL KirvrS OF GARDEN IMPLEMENTS FARMING AND 1 PpJWt4 Jfkiw-ijrirFftist-jut- yermtWmAhMmek i- - auonniwlrMir 3 MSf piiixiui aj - inirunu js4aiilv aat 5E rS5 to ii 1 1 te ioid Brw iA oil riRicib3gJajeh o Sbi li wv s3c N 1 II vii iJ vll iT xib irj We keep on hand for inspection a num ber of Wagons and the best Road Carts that roll the pikes fcIa co tiioO piin i il VfTMf - 1 ri -- lJIJiS TIN ROOFING 1 SPECIALTY 1 5o3 iiticaiasftT uvyi m rrr foiWMfJte -W I 25i OXMSSLt iJ b -- Iftl PKW J Call attd see pur goods and prices and we wiH suit you Jll Jl 0 i t - ul 11 H- iIv IJ C i ihtuin i Bii - SPECIFICS - I FITZPATRICK CO J PS- - Main Street Richmond Ky the uie The fUrfV seems cleaivNMmOD 00 st rated Jpat affearious sputfr acrifcs the great AWicarrcrjBtincntTWthlrfTrfew Ihe Louisville limes says ot the degrees north and south of the equator LIVE STOCK MAHZET EEPOET matter extenaintr from the Atlantic lynufl By GREENE A EMBRY The whole matter reduces itself to a near the shores of the Albert Nyanza and perhaps even farther to the east flve stock Commtaslon Merchants at Ctnoln practical proj iiupn Auditor JS orman j L WUl lliiUlp lanKl t OVlMMIUll j fcyienvej U7 ITVi ueveukTrVf lunOheeylis told the inipanipajs oi inesQ upek Yards j futtie i j JinillogrdksJrt raujhkeserijlirfej r SfJLsW4Ay 4 sky hW it e Taxation th tM ia Cincinnati cjhio March 24 1S90 safely reduced five cents provided ex- - will see how it works in Baltimsre be- - each otner in sue appearance and habits and dwelling mostly awuVfpm -- SHieP3rCAPTIE-Good 3f T iCiI uiu uui me coauuee 11 is 11 v i iiruunurre TjT3 uuxu ins eaumaies iuic wc n ii id XSSr i hbors by whom they to Extra 4 oBt 4 co print- - matter of pardonable pride to Tfi3bblina4LfaMto2ft Tiicse estimates he submitted in surrounded Our in- - FaktoppM--- A en iarm in iiiajMuta MiegiinniwissnJWllM caraprorrcnii service reform format ntjv tOBrnoaanKqugn licm is st I o BJ eMiuekl a ceils inspre the Lond 1 4uiui9T t9HKmtTfgl9emfm be flpwmHso rati Diiasxair i 3ames Good to Bxtrk tlxcn 4 J5 Issxfiarrayd tiinkVpOUM be a worth v abjbrt of r air 10 000a uirn tiotis this aknitJyuV IlpOT 1 jatibar lsMPt iof Ao scientific iNgblett omoaand Rough exceJei foaop WMDfMMJtWllVW actftdpnil prac T Blaa 11 jiAf HLCelER 3A Legislature must make stiilotEer nee- - of poTTticiaus who were never in accord In many parts especfailv ai ifefcarTdiK ul llS9lxKMiCWI Vli wm ar Wumi uiiuii own Good to Extra essary apcopriatioqs for tbeEjdyyille withJesideilevelapcfwheuTrrtl 4 253 4 30 A with difhculty if not ACtjydJy iiisjkpi E prison torthe lirBaueasylumsanTl for regarded the pearing and there is much about their other p ilHniri Tlj8i luxate inc conatipni iv Ui7fiJonrntkthe situa Eair lo Gopd Stee t ill ccicle disjopo fhe tionf ia whieh thdy are foiid to Jn Good to 2xtra CoSrs 4 ImMitS 2 for vafjoib ex ti A k far 1 at the which WJfl kKB happilyst when bit aHiahd- - duce jA toiotk faphn hen like die Faij to Gpod Cow i I 7 jH 3 CDjnmoo Cows 2 rate ofbceaseiofM BJoaiipliBpeii ib uusuibd ui coma Airssa j ana wie Kough Cows and Uxe len upoell talis fail tform equally diminutiro of the 1I adfio we flidJts 4dvjbaresjevr ltdoMateya regions acrritos remain4 - B HlC X VasniUPMIilXI a v jf keHhe facts the Governor desires the where constantly growing in numbers Best Shipping f 3 oo 3 50 oi a population which occupied the Legislature to aecertain Ui a IWJ BSOPmiJ g jnore open amLagjy 2 7s 6S lawd before the incoraicgtif the pres- Best Bologna if Fair Rolncna 2 60 therefore proposed a comfcitfjeejsnefur supnoft M It tUbuali it is ent dominant rao 50 thQ accountrof If Fair to 2 4O 2 25 ronveYti tobe thr f askmonTTS be accpptod as his Common Good Feeders trere ther conference ii the boheilfst-kfieT- and Thin 1 7S 2 00 all appropriations had been made and madjhj Marylipd fo aj g he re-jical the river they came to flowing FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Trom west fo eaiTmuslTiave been the when the session was nearer its end maining reform of the political trinity Extra 4 oo 4 25 0f the Goodto Good Steers and Stie effect s newu4aws on the is eonceruesur people need nostim Niger and the northward raj Fair Steers 7 7P 4 00 waiflsk people far more ejitensiva- - lintui In Krtrn Hifr lmlS State v otild lsnore extAr pfJTaSsikurtnlbenrfc ffisir w rCSlff T iTilS iL centuries affO thao it k 5rrtITnn nThin si w thtve -TarfcTrwMm calcusktesVikwusx Ate skght An Tjrsr- i7JaSdaVaaW pfcsiBnt time COWS AND CALVES with safety be reduced if not five cents question here in the Democratic party 40 00345 00 then four cents or three cents or as for itaroplP1 tin lealemhin of Presi iATEST JNEWS FUOH 1 H SUfiUi Best Grades fair to Good 25 00835 00 much as was prudeut to meet expenses dent Cleveland upon this issue and At Tim Common 10 oo20 00 We Are Only 0OM22OO0 Mllce aud avoid a surpi pMMgrbtol mBtratMBl lBWWtrencth Hssk trnmem jir ajaaty uwu eued iwtheir fa Bi aMtani sated bjrai TV earwL Is natarest the sun on the t K i1 a oafc 3 c4 FlusLil lb MfRo fiaHriuipose imW t lie indoor-- secowo day wVBah year on which day Common and Heavy HOGS 1 n1P only 90831000 miles from his tin en t JE this Stat of It mt matterW 1 s utchers r majesty affording to ThsflTI 4 ft Who niVrrMiiiiA nN IflP ewtfrwmatiou to 4 it 4 oo In the early part of air to jood 1ackers of ArMover Univereity Massachu erliKhtened Democrats of II a Blala burg Dispatch Good to Extra Lights 4 109 415 teU writes 39 vhiS 4o iptjT g lualf 1 have never believed SPRING LAMBS in negro sufcJ IA tsJliLwdl tsKe ior b umuer never commit lor reform and beneaib whose standard during the year lJJK Jjut neither of i Extra 6 5J6 25 ftgislafirffnd irTis noit0118 mJB fre iiiflun uyT it vu ihih WISBSlil a lovaluably epenupjres loo mitoreduan uigi u i ru J au- - ty we b te or und erstajil reform here i uHefeia iiuportaqf elsewhere in ii tatejknd a gresJQespoosibilily nJL rest upon those who decide against it iu the con u ties The necessity for it there may not be so great probably ie not But if It tends to prevent mo DlmlnutWW roople a- - in tl ff thelntSor of OKri i heaf Bd top eet msa 1 A ixetjii 1 u 25 65 PoloesB a J - I deal -- JSc n 11V IF-1--1- Ha 11 Ja i a IT r ThU Fine jdm If By ji rt i i XTJL utIio u j - ssaa f A H I itaaf lil t sHa gan i The Fine Saddle Stallion 1 oil r CSl7CCB530tt5tO C JE 8MITHV rJteii ITrT S I trj 11 j Ssjtfiiijipn tjoatthe scasoncOf TfSS-JBr-JKTS i 4oOnfftsU ftthg ibj i 42035 -- STOWUCfllT MAMMOTH hands high JESSFCOim is 15 chestnut colOrVdyVar old weighs close to ilfeo potintHfine action arid is model saddle horse1 l Is Tir rark Dramood dam briiijlre Het hebyKilT Etjc srffe ordsTit jbfOWHrSfte ahy11 arid BelT 3 1 fair RjchiBond Kj at wiUJ make the JtAS V UST KEgJSIVED AT -HI8 IPtCirvrnfl I Will make Uie season of stable on Berea pike ooe from I Li- - - - wr - Maia ad First Streets At Grouadjs K l liiv 1 - ii aj j t HARDWARE STORE - auii UI JtIU il iiJi - Wptheaautrtio tiyjjs rt cm AJLAJROE t rt ui 1 SHlKSlteT OF iyiooiSByi tiw - Ifewswd - 10111 1 m asoitduqorl bca bo ii if v oaa J Midnqrit la 5 years ofti Ka spHri black left hirvi foot wbhe fliie hMVy ijiifcstyh mane and tall 16 hands and fofm Mldiflj ht was slreVr by flFfle A VERY E2CCEKSIVE STOCfL OP PrlnfV I10 by Jniktown felHy his OM FoxtownJie by Old Dreooon rflrst n dam by trn f Vbbsj Srd itaoi try Bertbone This la the fittest sdis Ivorse inU e6oat3rv thbe aoti se him lafore AMU- braecnsfi ssacwosn RICHMOND KY Kiunton Madi wuconiur y- 10 to Zntor LiTiasriOoifci DESCRiprros and PiaWttsefc lilf ay wile bfr I DRUGS I Â¬ i J ssriCKSrrrtsapi Hi J A j -- - 1 lujiil saana nlaoat an naahiub iau At Davy CrdcieU dam bjCannon Whfp aces ilia vn v n inn r nt IfiaurS iiiib m Jilr- a ilvinff colt Black SiMraoN Mattocks Plows of all Kinds f iHi T 57 Ju Iiai U bauds PRESCRIPTIONS 3tfce4tb4laV and is a tine breeder iDches biith ri ak w Money due in at ajl houra an breeder sCarnages LawnM owersJisliingTackle Compounded PHARMACISTby and parted wilriforbyseasoneases when mareA is experienced stands responsible uutfl paid tfc I aCP 40- - CHARLES COLYKR CDi Ml v f tmnu bvi vc vv o o 10 U 7 Ot Sre-st-r- -- re 1 aTt tTbft out of tfro finest Drags the markets afford NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURR1ES BEST LINE OF COOKING STOVES IN RICHMOHD BWIIBl nttfr MJMlMkhm1 iMS savi - SCHOOL BOOKS A Specialty -- ears taken to prevent aockten t but not responsible sbouli Cmie and sesth best It lnK to look yUjlj f BO BX powUMe j coeLS CitLotobfSale j simu sk1 - f--- vzanar f 45 If - U NEW SULKIES SBCrwsuasWJB aJvai My vehicles are all new and of the very h tset patterns Tliey nfrr sale on the most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle eooue and w mt and you wont go hon 9GW - Remember that- - Pope Is a practical workman in his line and does not have to employ any high priced men to make his wares he makes them himself and saves his customers at least 25 per cent Dont yon see THE FINEST LINE OF Stationery lncgrund bave- - IN THE CITY PfV rVMlkr a fcvr lots on wn qsale These Iota ar on hie h arii iuni are Kal -- - skss I Come andBki Ub CALL AND SEE any f ttie oiryr rssJdVnlar Person who wish to riuU4Be Will CHk - al- - mStClT i t I rf II rt JO NDONELSO XTDOORTO POr6FFrCE PflVfiit MCltt t lit only pUee a few on tne market at T S BRONSTON Pr tShowsU T TUi W f s 1 A CM AflPaLlHfi i LiT t MBB GITCN AWffYI y 1 Veiatsoy - 100 Tb trWKfflHrIrnaul SVImany with business a dCh a Ji9 ttaa oavaurin w 60LB lii to it ft itei I 8nceflUli laaaMknosed HCBiliS rotherflaJfcftl J t j WAN noeticallvLetter iiKVerse laA indrnei A friends and will do a good fin W OVFoung VT7a VL TLJ g T JTregsru uausuaiiv gnpaensiaering r w JIL u 1 1- j hum iui t ii rdii AAhWAiaVkf this k Wn Tuesday afternckSn of last yreiVTl UWlV pniVWiAfiliUU r i f TfolnBwIoWdrteL XJ n il - mecca ciiMi will tlft Afoi paviae one T 1 rear in ubftberM6fle a -- Mill iiIet8 advaac Sibsfrikers t flrM Sw rrottce-hT-ttaf- ft Chenault J4 r tUt- ikAiL - c oisiLiv Yrtf I ItMl I IWll lILi rtiranerwMlIMWfrtlefrtWoTW5 J or each old I iJii odiiiubdir Jm 1 here in to davs Climax Harks eiW Dalk And rt I i - -- r AArvnet we r I ja r - n VklWiMM itt Mr jr fJl ainwtgrrr ilHtolWJ MrsI v - Ksi Bw ic iiii tOca frdinvSvd hrekU0etbTth jji rj rVfMl Vi nH -- in aflafvePApiMiUflsowdfiw - X - WiJBlraeei w4WL Yx J fflinolg wrm84fKVHHi1 -- 0557 r jMAfl0AJAss t irKnia with iWfHr M- HrkWfcHoitr wTtrrflii 37o Tennescr wafi - He Got 1 11Xf ih u of vr Unrrnwa tTcKel r - wh T4 lUtU--- L YHPR kIroJi- w a rfarmcr rmdi f ariven a ticket in the drawing The one nliTwIirFcdrfcdBp doldJ r r i 1 TV I I flrw ni rari rr AiJll J 4 nr- ririr Ml rfreatf -j r tMoiHr---fry --r 1K4 uiavaaa hrd pief iM4 w t WY and newtjwbles baNCajisenfd MlA plftl lleTohe6yYHestarrW FxPJfWfrii h w tfeawtv duxipg ftrgooddeal iSTdaaiced iufhruuiiiou is anil i continue toris jfc VflWAJhA1 InTjafiij DyrCId8mrWer 1r w tfAeKTXFriRC 4 GKNTttV f oX VWT JflSfrn HH Jrashf tvxfjeiiition Mrs Acmer6Hrandu after mop W Stanleys xii viited herMme NrVErKniitt TcVvJiJWU MAThAiiictc LippiMtviVSTor Aprfr A coiicfse Vi Ao Atqbbon aighutu years oiiH L unexampled py patice ffl friarWceiai HinWli0flitrilfrliielatye i nfcWMS njakftracksjartBthai cUaMSf xi r in 5 k i r1 iti bjOgraphicaT aooiftit of femftt ftasha has tit beeu dtvoroed flutn her Mrir y w 11 A iiiliilSUbAtiiiiI n tptifc I vWgeMhaJs issm- Uugtterotf Mc tutrtne The sal tml olACfeJtf fdLcfcfiCil JUr K KJf itiia is giteto aiidlso- - thereaiii ef flusbalnr oere 4 her cpjvictipfiq t hsrp fiiW be no on the Mill pike nearTond thlplkcefiiJbrightiiKnikijriaJwrdi See ad ill 111011 ilr rHmi Mtd tMi Hcit I nd lot for sale yiiBatpevlitioav vitii oilier yaJeable T o liduhLj ao4 therefpr sjbe pjfjed apd VTU eeiatJootithteouKtry noavhyaW tiwitllv km Tbelavy wtishave djQnaicnidtjrable rhtir K flvfrLl Lb Upon the better shoj d1 11 UI Waffao fw Mm VL k kl Ua Deeu so qiuen enhfa4iDl J J JP not hVamd SafhVuavlaiaVAkeYaUon ay jy H fcr av information Tbtte Jmirawn nuanii u laitanagc ipncanroapSfmiagls vii 11a neuie my I have a good Jersey Wagon sale Vl The same old stwfam still murrmiirijion Stanleys Mr fnancU wa JpontHajaflflefvsed aiMnllfcliaW Botwleniatme count of the weather But it will take atlaw MrtJ Sderhatc4tieJawd wili talk hHrt Kattii Pasha and iguuratuve pill at JV Amggms gTrfOry oil Afain i l na nas nouiost a tone r ArT-jj t m mucui ji l cxpedllloti aiiui iftv from an eldrhip- iPiarisUarrfltwrAjU 40- T IU6usilJ nyViitmDdidnfiur- - siineirieMhie Charles Waller PriCiJHtte ahown that thja voices thavl heard when yo 1leano VftVW Street and nojvhe an4 hifwifijarflt9 besunfi- - dy IWefs attoraeli li moil IKhi iiGolemikv Burfl ttOrning term Pg t Are gone fort1r gtine subject Is refresh- income of Rockefeller the Stan- The evidently knows his only a half hours drive from town If moned bewetherof that ychurcfr Wriph and N1rhal wilhuiv 1CftrBlLoairfvUteiieW estatafiHn iwhclii Pbojb Irs I P Stones announpement It ingaml show caijse ifanjr they car why rrriivemade large prlettadsHaaS at lWw ajp J Du inrIieilitHeJtiotf land this is The sun unchanged stIB lights tlie place nni terooptidori laeture m the Gellefle in to days climax - Ti snail not bojsmspd- - tropjijurttjer cfiy cHesten jri ine BeattuUqifld piswhwre ChapalKMiiJ weftlaYHIigiWetti Qux rhanca li nd niles bn hULIBpd tree Tr lnn foil Hwn lis l If yon spit up pMegm and are trtfab- Jl nection with said churcb poocT harness ix Sic fur i led with ay bai fciuaoouabv usbDt J But faces that oute ihetred my L tHHWhisTJiirPAivfVwlKHir th farnpu arranl cougjot 4ndl tjiy- Uirh iff eastorM tlay Oitr IWi Miss Cornelison is a younger convert oui Luiig Iialm rl Mclieaus Tar sale by Kev r rormaii Shall smile wartiore on me Tfc rfcws ir bttar 6VrF4iakvhiiTast irtddid1 ills foot banging ju the stirrup L Our growing young neighbor inJPpwelll than the others In fact it is not now nearly Iraftgeti frileatti knowMFBowdefi Judt G hnaiiUbaby is danger s county sayi tff lots Oii Yet hope will cfecer the yearning rr ind known excepfcito a ftittl tlraf hie is at a GwrrsftT- The Kentirckv QueerftiwagoodWcrrf I8BI DC miiiL oi OfTI 3 lacMwfl lWelnesdav JTlie town has wowiii wan HilliaW MISS AflnMie Kvan liurf hpr sninn finite It -3 RocWord th the universal xonvooationv every lirdy that ha L - o7 - in ii afitrtt hesitaMto say that I have luvj la jftiiw iyj i- - v l VU9 i HaUerfiily and fi om noing a jtear Sewo PWhere UfaiAlluaro left hehinL ku Pnund illrtv at GoaiTempli t nilh urn -- jwisr4l un LUL r iiiiAt -ffom 41 KllatKKL FbRto used it wherit ivlUhe Sainta ftpniiWiefsoqyer 411 in iieiiam rv uiiig oiyiue iiuusjtiioiii i iuj- JTV 9 A mr purchased the prettiest line of Spaing cls agojBs soojiBcpie titra rfitiffe She is slowly recovering froSiifhe purchased the ureM est lioq of Spring ctricA For vne long Sabbathdsy niH x pre bout tyfc ftpe they arestajretf Inl James Pattou Hr died at Paris ajed Millinery that has beer brought saw mui in iveniucky SiHi enVcts MiHrery-hat-4t- aseen- bodv irtvited uKi gathered together Her zeal in eau4 q 1 TSchmond anl 2Mb the iTb fc t large brick works and many othej insti- - tik nw ii 11 WIppwliendBdiiwWiWe iliM SJ v-o I tlchinon V f Mr H J Streng has retu rned jtw J StAjpns 1 Maryti ber prmitling I -The water vi - fl0uqife fflaWrirkHHf 6hWTHt5s Lj or MHCCII ulhjB veheij prmittug vievk- - ctav in the markets where he made w rwrj t t- s if iHF will give my friends and customers an 11 -thnproximity to iron coal ad timber at- - A Seriians her deall bedmwVwasi llt ln Wr1 8 V StkterExccuive fjommitte of the V M will give llie ladies an opportunity lo I JblegTrrrr large purchases w line iJOadies rnrTnikercr portu Hilda t iopect my gisxloanil utraetivelv close Richmond wpW riTjrfeoods and get prices HM at PorrfUiorv 6jAbtwWenhsrwhed Winchester the MufiMV40- - Crook k fiHatiri7iMKMSTox get rices Gmeoanromeall Lee Maupin hasra nitlinery an- Mrs vCtfTuSBwcfidtfe VSTi But if Y iff eisewoerei rrf itmai s issue 1 Tr J K BlOMlt nouneernent ill i MF us nlA bAv ilMitihHCalii llfr daltnl- - - iidgevTiieKifigl n Osfl canals ajptfafl puchatejaa -INK ini-FnvpvviVl1JiJ ttllfiVriCiL n T70 rTTTVi iiikd viaifrs Z7JlKAJlAW3LMTl ii iu i depar ture i nan ji n in XSl r al 1011 Ladies Suuld read iu hlgii by silver jvwh ipioai-i-itaiuaafaT aalaaMJlal tiNi Ulllt aaffaiaal -- i i ncreiitwn m wunwuv rr w- If you u srfi nirgieiii iVT ufleage44ritsoTk awav a PaQgjftilaM Itffly WOUlJMl tiiftNl laf - trie fdrdjpucal i lwoilol lMiDIEl- Mia h a 1 rl irilLTtirTwrrfi Am rnnni btrMWtnv lnrtT ttr I r nbiqatfo If dav ilver tjcntrj harfrenlAr B58 TrTrrvf7ivlwr 4y eall 09 aiaaukeKor in il ill u STL00 Midther ew Weiila liaiynittea iasslifnedifof he fjfrTTT and I butdigOtfI ftil t y Wfi Ma Mai iataaaaWL llaM r or ntaf u Irs- - heltoh aatri die rref Wach hi f accidents jH cur UOJlhe JDllar per bottle iathei J d ljut Mav r towwr vwjBia1 tlarvc pnziolT -- FVESa TVXiJEi iZTIiL l 11 H l i Jwray afcu trvaol household which cause uurns cuis ladys remarry trdT tyatn any wsnr m teji fi iftrimt rnw rtinr fti tlae LaKtaia tnokdv JiaaiWlfpujawrtin avhia laxau lalawlalal Kt t sprains and bruises TTcr use in such nun waaw cirtiai jj La strong horse to ford it and a mile fur so I Persons having cJauu againsj pr nv Woli i sS3jjfi Wr feelirig tovwd heil w moMS ry but ftoin iClufcki TarttCPtia ia tavi carryijfle-llMica es Dr J H McLeiKsJVVilcirmrvJiT riuM4rurlnLi f llairai f runrouanl bur al r aar inJpassill Jfor severa v -I iowa I V n i bs S ni iliinril n ti Saiokarteiawd rtrqtt9r jKnoU ipi laach a ii- - w nmo Damw lea near roarrown j Ilfi rt To cheetus as we no see nonce 7x r ieainerage r debtea to o pelijjious iantic6tnl nir umIIkiiiiioiIi viol -- issa i Tin iiLi wai gianni uu anuthei Uov i i t i lseKre jd jils issue in Madtsd odunrr h TltUrsay March iiMcattrose im Retrievti 9 A P JW rbrnicma7hVrnwTSffimnHUndleVaXwiV9 r fT i t II n tj1 WrY IsiuitO 0 id isportsrraM5 Lilaeareftloanxl Wftrjf jlcjtblaSet V- - fa t tM t 1JL 3ncittDBi MlICJ LLlJl Stflry SWW thr IT tlffW aetiL with their prunin Mr wAtt aullMltf - - Vrfe of Wrn 11 l Georgia Jd- - Bellinger Ql Tulf tln rTAI - T fln aAnlraotrM c uUcm 4 each Strsarl SrriTfh White Co has returned from the East Kentucky river are flooded KiHtftrlki mWTrFlHft ITHlHJrIMril Heron 112 ElytonMyvOHt Calalfla aaad il MK fi--ax Consider- - We i atfe ind AerefJretl mustb- di j a z i r n mi wrawaa ij ruWTpeT eacli Cmisar and Monita SanitHl aieafrl HWinVad Kr bh fhut ik nsk tM to H1C UC Ul LtlCIl iIdlllLICS IUI Villt lilt l sold his WKsJside fiirm- - lo a syndicate 17VJ 1 i ji ia i ir - j w A tll From where he purciilsed a latgerDCkxifBOolsd n IT- runiKi ik wwj uvvi ATVTax I miviit I L- im iLl jiai aauviBwi tikl iai t ihi luiar uuhhcv mx M r RedcmgeT boogfrt developed subjects into the lunatic asy- - laarayiejacij aipfjcriac iy avicyaiaa d4yntefHlngMlarilniotfiifeiy aged 63 for4W0i J VJL -- -- w wJL creeks and branlies in Wadisonx hafjnires hi R 1 VolU lu odsy i n Jlrfk4LltlLi ynads of changes may ensue cbulcr TliiirtLt lumstfiis i7iinn fmm Vii Miff -of uiuuLnM vm oo-- IU - ni ov v i VV I v vcartTeTrfraera1tookpiatefrum the rme fsrm OiTl Lexington is to have au electr I f5 711 the ttouring miff Joir Taint LAltL his i ater r orks And essence ftill remain rr tpAi -9 PWfis 1 7 esifehee- - bnr Ffaday aHeVnoon and the Hamilton S yeaa8 r Ira ll il street railway the rfFtfCTfkiL a r ijcue through bro Hv rempffai AoiR VaOwid od fciii changes c have once of others in ughtfKgS MinilaWPi AljJakejsale last wpek aft t5am bi rial in the Richmond Cemetery De- n J- Stanford -Thursday niirttf to confer in regard toJ may not return again we arejAjffea aliSSiTKirifTigit a bridueCitiVIjpd liniAoyle qaaarlj bred eiafiaaViwash AindeKafaniduMryaaa aeight- r Cl r Ikipt fajJ p see our Bordered Aprpn dicate anut lUi TiimWrd f The CoiiibinWuan Sllr if liatrics Vy Tcolored WOlnlnllfflliTOl Xiki n OflrkindaewJ vourwslera4ayre sold by Cius Kphlheiat a It Wiinrli ftL t no Attt rn nlor Kkf4vt Goods I rrer Gamlio2raar bit the wft from this rilace Tmf d y Bennett will take place at the J orWnion that the city of Richmond should Neale drecprd2aaXaibjiil mJ W3kBiiki- tt IK Mmlul IfrTV r ni llil Hi IP i VU 4tK CRjOOKHaaiFsiiKETT AaJMBTOR Best make of Ladies and Misses Kid JrnlUAt41 Amphitheatre on Friday May 2nd antl death Being file resifltfnol having- beert Gdmbetta WilkeA26dam bKi6eld it4 M4sA i r ur rx a v T -tun kv I t5XTX Legislature will be asked to so amend the on no other dav JarnbSnarhirTrirpit HJves tailed Hi oo ujri sidinaiivJrfjm lanoili ou mprfiW djjjwaH UllV r Jtat4iootbaanrl 5W yetfrV The blirral a v Ur I iiiii r I iviwvuum iiiaiviiui tiici c - f K I mlult rrr rrr lA I If ab whaflrte brtti r am Kv iriil ikiJ t emrtery Tl rnursuayv nineteen yeaicliaaVg ill on MWr 3LaAf S he vi pc nt nouuji TV inifniri3vo TiTi Wirfeffltir SAvlT hsiyfTIC T 7inTxK raeetnTrte TPa i laakfnaajina mi 3 40 11 aaaaaaaaaaaarri fcn c causeless cause H cause of all tcAen Manabrinoj VatcJien faaop witnMfe6wicowbr Tieeeased was it der ptMijebMl Wineniea Kptist tnuiv talMl la aVat fUrant it That is the first great need of Richmond And hence the only cause taatWe1 of V irglhiarhd trhtit Vecently tepl- - ibiu iu viuif a uuiaijTt luiigci ill JJI XT tl Luiurioii Parlor Night Tnain d on Fourth Avenue Wfeside tlfre J iUelWiQirtateiJuirono use And wlirle that stands there naught can faU J anal aafe tr 011 lny Train 1 L jcprj i r rice rcpvricj tuuui uia ekriitetf J iHede tenee company rl he an csieruug nKiH was ueiu over 111 0r Tuesday uiifliL Jiait aM till x lB l ia tMiaiR I Hambrino 221 Vi Xijuoor Dom Pedro V aJwilal-vtwa lnna Ufgc Ham Botjd thf -- --T IIJL V - w - n a i aa w war a Limited uau k a fi500 Spkrka in 2OO0vIn afcfiuItLWeiliiestUy a Frenchman named Mar- - TKft Smith JOJJ wi la0 4J apacing trial succeed- - wate Col RoyC White X tA JIW a Ml a APtalTaa S ata et carsawill fol- W K 220 in the accident insuranre hnsiMan aii Irl inlairaK tlial aVVU HAlrl m IllaUal uvu u a t tin siaaipaitaMaaaiaafi Mlaffca wr WUt HaaaaVu j- s-jT a i aakav w ii cd in flDittM awt awp house Bias BaaraniaV Richmond onkr- a shortttiiae lhelatt rrom New Torar wto tne Tiv Mambripo btartledanpy vi-lghttaei A Wiat De tjie Register Mean Wilts vain an constiriHtetl ara t h - T La DR Uoul v TtfTTTU VAPTT abundantly near ri Mint grows good ite - Advocate tnecttraj1ivfgotipvgiaTejenaPaga4ftOTiiiSowj J VLli ji vi VJl n J ni appetite neaiiaciie lane one or vn ar M Uooth Priilege8 T ku la ti- - KINK l - tlaaa MnnAn ic tn laat his house p A word to the wise isxmfto- - 0ljlil7f OV JSUJ I rrrt tho UI CnUl 111 TH tef nai I itfka laiator anttl-- Kiih -i rtfrroTn-rjwi-rnnvi wMjM gtrawtar v Ti j Lvii ivThe bewtrsale of Hawdv JUaiionil Vsf th Ma icnn It ic tim thp nou tkt r - JieyPilleta iu floe ir IT inrnv an ianpiTariivf ai They are pleasant to take teel Range niale Ljiiars I I it PiMaiiiin iiini i Scott will on Tuetdai ix i B 7r ill 1WaniaatkinrlaaWH 1K U J 7 wrtrvcrr uft a nrf gold to its subscribers hfflfi Fridays Register trnfflv riff vrprt- - rT aud irllFeitrr i oa 25 cts a vW 49 Uiat c f 441i SfttJrffet1oR OatSTaWPwi El4albiariafg Car The first regular veiW 6ti the Knox Apri 3th sell on the piemlsesa4ioifljpabt laahder the head ef Nd Gold BrtMlilthi f ses this They tfngtat lo coWaidi bitoftnHiii t Snuta o ait TkrougTTravaa high T oi CaUrrL villaaa v f wan am PLimKrJin FMUiiMiyMaMiia Jeawr White The vrlali fair will oppAoial 3J mv nfrin iTfTinTrrfrVr IU1 aie iHpf ininiffOlinnan iMnrrh ifc tnsuage price rT-r- raaaV All tliroiashSTIMM Railway Paseedtrip8rjthtwibaTJaaS- society gin or join 111 nas oeen tne r 1892 and chase the October following Jlooa ana oincrs tuc anus ui iviuLun of the Bourbon Fair head made IHT r lioutr arr Wihvent gpldtoigivekwity Usubi day- - There is bait tittle wdrVtobe done 1 dUri the day ififtitteight TkeibiJnwk 1 f it wDWtvl tt cipient of apiyBiou8 fetters Uae -r Turner YW JlaiArs-WiiUeyiebchrW- lV VKSTnaHIFII anal CaaltMMl- - oiiiori MS scribers as an inducement to take the Reg si riter of which ciAiin tiever f discovil 3 - 5 i U aaafetyjtr eiira- - ta W Scott Nef roap jrmiraeatiiifeacei tBe pKiqnKa Grdinds rar 3ter but we hav e the best Tbestl1 weekly auvn- rTimft farara wm edv UtiahTe to ttdaf tba Aiatftiiri Largest aSil cheapest line of m pa- 01 lxuisvilie f r RoWtMcGggc SoaKntuCfcaand wessrs Kmcaid and Soo Other privileges have been rered newspaper you ever ffyJW u5- - AnJ depot MicWleslioxougb New uc jasb iu trniB aim Jangar a u5ucj vi - herself throMgUkferif O a ajABTtra 0caaiCjauQBay In an arllcleTsettin fothlthefatdvBn- - By Vamcrsj f SoousjiCr buJoe CovUof Indiana were n Richmond fcaijtllfo fever lakVnew1rftrb4meThFS when we sav Siiowe mean Si TO and not Iftlieve him perfectly honorable in till laeart aklwrjw i tagesof Paris and tlam oi it on Wednesday and wmmdtttiiiiA Ike UdetIthJsefcria MrawB lcbllhlifi vcimty Yooi HifiA- baisltje8i4ijaijs1arititi8 0 from one man ft 25 from another aaiju ffnanially Buy a Kentucky Queen tot yoer wife the Kentuckian Citizen says thotn1l9J1aJdo by iBclmpr Nelly Bly gave Her Crao it clura looking at fine jacks but made no pur- - the track removing the old dining hall zopj abiW tK ckrVy out atf oblfgiWona niailfe wJLerwe-can-ee- t at BaOTT TfHii centre nd T daiThirty Stella jibyalaiptaNv- plgtlU ii nd make her happy m Mfta otfejftmaiHftt 95- Waxthapby ly Here isTtaordAOadiBttjwn LakudAbdab 92 40 4L n - land enlarged atajpr and liberal purses and stakes paperand iLtreats all its suhscribersalike Elder Geort Dar ie the eloquent paWe Triiai Wholesale Drgggints Mitit T - r mm l for the Cincinnati Sc aajUieui Ipne not ly lUahaKneGJonmiadV-KrlOBtnar rch4WjflNirifi- ettifrlRrfN tor of the Finuikf produce disordere1 comlitioiu of TO will pav for a year s sum of Si Kugene VVbeelan colored was fori timi I t rr nA trrt o frninnn 1W on ToleJi Ohto rfdtiaW A t Kerailxiiw Midcounting the - nun n ni- ra will lee ll L31 f a5 TT ias RkhntOi dOia thindayj ojrM jj s j H H ttn q scription bu 149 will not ri Vmilng Marvin VboIt- - over anf killed by CHICKEN tirHfibYnaraileaitjXi M Mufcaran The Cincinnati Southei n TSJs ten aUUSL land VOO a VVUJ ill l M U SCS TJ ll i i iW Ii U ri i J I i iW Friday EH tjf aJttjVtSBkrpia 3r Watt Does the- Keller meaa tA peakis- em la I in niijirnuuij loaeuo wunj tSireijgthened tordja aud BIuiJ Purl j iniu jrsreratifMrftft nee orator c AJ a through posaengatc six ace mmodation Subject 4th and most probably the 3rd fier ly ils loijic proiwrtiea cure ind t Halts Catarb ttfte is tafren interual- paragingly of giving away gold to sub- tilrrwaiwVflHWP 11 aaiL u Cashmere Oaatare Cholera Cure and twentv six freieht trains per day IMeyiard fust WnWet a eis Slm TlaaarWariorSnap1 iirtaVilirtlt w scnbwsir Ala aivrjotipn twaditWreiat OCr This of c66tse abeshot Tnctude the hunVl JaUsntuckian-Cit-uaentioned by the VVe have e novelt of tlui aeaaoo In 1 wWiiVSW aarcorjssurWcesdf ibii system Price cashmere ombres it J ir T cations given away gold prizes Kirm DiSolv traigtits nox extra SbHl W kll Dhig- 7p cents per botWe Pin Does the Register mean to insinuate berol sections mtl7se t-1 anjr r one mile The home of I The hardware ilia of aatrick 40- - CTiliOitBJBWKTAVyiaMgnr rains which are run almost daily The i 5oaiMnimefla2sri nwcni UMtf oi tw sdt xV And that The CtPlAX tatc6 in subcription J 1111 Va4lVlLu - v iJV inf ton on the y- - Hist n aaoiioaiujcy total is nearly lifty trMrts adaa U Ml i wt averatre t lot t r r r For sick headache female troubles 125 from another c 150 from one man W hem y e see itie KeneLucky Queea by mutual consent Mr Phelps retirrig lxiciiolasvTiie pike cont ning 50 acres jtiUitOluvJIrtit RELIGIOUS uw wlu VuvH neurahfi pains in the I1ef1l tak Dr J I aHaail from a trjiraP M td Gw 9P4Y5- - and whafever-we-Gan-gWK The new arrangement will hereafter H - McLeans Ivnile Liver und Kidney t itiai Haroa mat aneia An extensive land slide occurred oa the ii in rit UHl ixii A I1F5 caiiaru We defy tle RegUttr to produce theroofa ti- ir -- 5Z known us WCFitzpatricV v K C letweertFordandlvr6ieatair- rjrsidpUiJt V Logan oLCeatraJtlrai- - irouqey wUUuysQeverfavuiiy adiiuhl trew a aHattarCflalflblVOVTV iS r on the place Mr Bains and positively deny that we engage in any ay ada ertaMuanent in to day a 41 tiMAX j coiviiae7C SiACKEIIOKSAOEMRY morning A great mass pi YnuJ stone verity red an able paper before theCoy- - jaVe aciifieA 0olHflr ID heaiatauaiay f City Auditor Whiteside ot Otaatta- I1 a1 i iro rtakience sold to a ytlJjcate for such piat-liii- Figs lo olataiaaao n nXga lias dUtppeitretl with a discrep- - L Governor Jaaaiii--o- f Mlsstniri has ifrutt Ccttrt Dtjjsrte Register mean to insinuatethft and trees tumbled over the precipitoijs jipgton Bible Society at its reqeiat jraeeting remedy HiXVB SacLooo Mr Bain passed here TestETdayi wVflftWlWi oiajWyfiwrllJoiBForsaJii kancy 6r GlS20 Iu Hisaoaius IftPboluLeil L Stephens to take No- BrtKiers haa e iust Since our hast xepott Beta Denny hnj e lr--jis not a first claiss rwpex liikyalace jusL laymUhe Mmnel apd RlessrsUrier W Bouaht the THEECbaiAtc J f k a 4 aJ to ectarc rl 1 1J J J Mnttreryifintcthfc a 11 a WllWXttteaby all iwdim ii P fbr Ai4raiirearmea1Jl ML aou laarfUaefiaaaJ mArti been saint V the penitentiary one ytar for J iargur ite Because he lias eA1eral heal Does the Register mean to say that we do were act to wdrk ith twaobstrfictidn J tJttiattVttiy out Mrs Wnrsiow8 SoorratixaSTBcrshoTddalwaya 3od larceny John Bush 2 years same qili hirt AVoradviiIhferpreentitled grand beoeed VSoeluMren are cuttmf teaAi ttto Oltcottersto cear Fet horses is next not treat all our subscribers exactly m as B0n i Hi NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Nr couW be secured WfortlidhTfniHrai offense - Tptn Forbw 5 yeara for horse Ithirrg ta fast dHnti itroiJKArif5 tVe Liiicoln1 C rcuff Uerei the little suffera rnt Qnce it produces natural Been in p oaress aay Wi A unibfer of minor oSvnsts stealing with its proof Our books are open to the a t I r 111 111 a I 1 11 I 1iuf Cagitri t1y Laa llrt have bteft disposed by firre -k c inspection of the Register or of anybody nirfit eversirice vrhe small embantmem pavelliLl onerea to donate a lot inili inaijua owmiiuiipim vtataeK iwm BOaTaaieS Uie CnUU SOIEOTIS Xne aTUaalS aUaaTalf TUStH A tneir aodi- - till rtvnBtsniwliowM ananttie beiiiuiuwaTgmeatT On thesctebf the Wild wns flue away and or aminrtprt tolrvinetij the litaWs O aheChVS1- - tlurnifeiraaiubleriJlfi oW MuUT 43 llhyM for diarrlxBa whether uae ceiiia a uouie HfOfcjJed paragraph the else Tie TITO u sands of lullats wutili of from tion Mew luniaj Boom BaaaV VRemaUiitaaiijtojpaedju thi Nat- i lii tJallaki-jal--Ja- tl outer cuuaesa Aaatiiiiy GeojgtAa--- r T If wc ifc not publishing a firSt chass al reiUIOIall U Cdll L7U1IL aTIOLIlU LHtvULf H aionCtibrtl to bbllrf their place ofwdf- - xatdlnary 8ordiwry anctU niUiiy Otbce at fiichmond Ky week ending chkkens die every year front Chol 8A After Aprils joe Mackey the velY 11 rr ti WI LAiLi jMan til lit ti it aiL ii rpwi9uwmjiimBiiui-vJuit-JOii9pper and if we are not givirigour patrons strucnon 1 rin pa gjin o pass laionoay snip iimi cra It is morc fatll V chHrkens Ue ud kJ and I t all passengers baggage and express gppds Ii rfc r If dafclt il iiiiJaW IIJ11I j Lare Cuclains i V equal treatment why is it tbaUlae Climax all other diseases combiid JLUl lin liiiauiKiterLT tt llHaaj-arVVPaa- -- al 1 luiaiitqui uivLiicu - avay rt ici A 1 iaarrni i -- T flr iau rouii- - - - iW ill allCB Ml Zrt l -lT J II f Jennings Annie I has a larger circulation both in and out of in the meantime being tiaowrrf4 S91Je adianxraery of-- a remedy that fantr a WriaaWOOTtlalia f a it ii m0ndKi- Joe rtapaitUnia6 too wlje- VBogie AliiaTPl ai time will bexequired to rennov e the dobr is - Me defiAn VUiai v r 40- enrttithas bee Hade-- and to he con-l rokk Ben s hjrr 4 Fkm- 3 I V7 weif i rW on the subject of U nmSaLLiaS- T Kinnaird Susie V Boiks Thos iiiiroi Ul 1IIU llUHfr IlirilV III faMA seciabd laiialidecorerbdHhetBmptoriirJr vinced of its efficacy only requires x CjLLMAX has a larger list of subscribers stra isxiilVb r The lee tompauJiT perviseiaatchen anl panr v ni fully W- - CaidisteSi Alfee fj i MbirASaawn B Ac f leiMa ftaiaii i aJlhaV MrW We Bay that the iiat it tracla Jitondaij morning bu i thaVRIegiklct octtna bottle is engtigh for than Xooman Clark attic later ifaftvy BusibaHMauager of theGlMgoW Ky gauized at Georgetown It 13 one hundred chickens I IjAe tiTTieTaTs DoulevgTiBfc f il in roool fin inlairett JJi the auestioa WaaBaiaeid Jar bona Bde We say that the subscribers relieved a JaiX The R X I Bwill certaiotrand ment Duinn t3lS U If after nsing fvo thirds of morally and flnanciaUJy sugood as tiiariair rfie acjion of Ihe grancfciiily aatai fcwi uejf are T firm rpundatipn sornethinttsolid tangible cailciteil cbolena cure Tor three veare 11 110 rn Pinkston Wm Dotv Wm m a bottle the barer is not thooufihIy I dl ia7Viajne opti those of the Register We say that the sptdiiy betomptefeai Sthe iroriWrjaed landJ enduring wee RaoWelt Duch rfnlil bv Stockton A Hrnik RiHniniii throat and lUtifes oftiolU iilieved b DKWXubin satisbed with it as cure for Chicken rulincof President Breyfogle of the Hoi he law assumes unjusTly if may list is as welt paid up as that Of the Reg Reed Katherine - fit niiiuiiiis out Dotv Milley to proceed jTHaBve They ainni PMi vnniu 11 J H McLeans Tar Wine Lunar rl llar KV Cholera return it to the uoderaigred At M Tr tTR7r3rTrrvv1MroIji Kan aorntl r fern Tauia vni lrtlnHV ttrluiPO hflc k We say that the list a constantly j non to the contrary notwithstanding nrtnV Evans f 4t 52 kJw wht ister at once wi oa raiwsv Wes- - jbt jnXii PJtIU Ttfiall II J In J ai -- aatra KirKic rXaTM vlA and ytwr nionev wtE be refunded Kaijig wnr taoaat Nana ar La atrado Trave era We are prepared to proy in a nieeliog of theMdnon Bbard o Mlrefc tl 1 TT JA i no excuse foy increasing J the law is and ignorance is O leyan college a female college numerous crttobetavW u a B0fcstnVlfujaBKafcri5r lt GajhKrnlertv iajsubartptioflpf -BROOKS tactories and aartous other tnterpritacfc Uok aatBv mstaaae jdafire any fair and reasonable way the Register tot last Friday PresiaJeotLBreyfogleirecr mj afa Ifa Fl STOCKTON WUihVtlrLfeH jt im7iNn SrtIahTeiTtiiV ing insurance comoauies Try them a rftrf1 uPosrTD tpwrchjiifiga in may suggesl that all we ay 1s strtnj ommended to JhevBrd ihaittbr conract x -tbetiRpjA RnQJJi JpLyaJlpiBlWTlS inol HaStathirafhNuaBie Tiatie sraral 33 32 aai 1 Tfiiimme LertareAbridge be canetlleev 9r the eWiWJrrriWngrorTie HowardWm Y M D TiUfitfBda I i iM av jj tajaaj A we remarked abovff pur books to tii over theK twiV qmtoy1yalbithelae8t iiprpye- l WyllH ChSf taTU VMn- ThompsonE I M rs Harrison Lewis Also- 4bat the Oaase S the Lexington1- - OWW C9T tWiWjWvSIR- are open to inspection iaj gofal ipe 7 u a- butvesfalMl anal ihnla i HpffSQiieafA I rftxrfiI Py i WPper VfSets nd disUUQti ve ree delivered a lecture at the Lourt House Yen we mean to say that we get eg7-- Branch oTthe Louisville Southern and 6T T tieibigtim Weie of Ffdar ivs The the World there is but One Care Walker Alice fattes of exoeaaoewiiaca Hick Robert Bya tre a nqyvnafi tljtjAIqrrw Brooerfcy Luting render Uietu unapproauhably aupejiaae TtaapUrar apdgn last nigbl theR NI aVB WcancetTej rtreaaadItaelaaiHsf Dr Haines Golden Specific 7 ular pa ates liotn our subscribers ami that mWOitce liours fror-to 7 p Richmond has received a bpjff Of WecHafge 125 iircnuuu iiiajoiniiiSfcjaMf i aft auyayij i j y idind and Madison county vtietjcat them allalike eJ lOiitn vur l lo prtJinaryDaoiug Oaara They will 1 aiiaUiKiauaWiaa rrirr 177 fcllUwiniB yi lUpa rSaJU lUKMa M Money order aWtif lgitered letter I WUIIUUl aigecllfiqiaj Wajfi6 iofeje Louisville to Burgin ifii9fP Itmnartatba roWUinsgaVe Of perfeO in the aacauwtioQaM- twem five new wsw eaprtallkt laHgad 5Sa wWajOr ft per year in advance and jat the rate of The Southern from ltl eOeetlng a spaaiaaaafVarniaiient cure hours cromntj a Mtob rax T Whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or fltatgaiJaiition Sunday school movement was in town tiqntorislYeaMbole 5b per yeatrfdr whatever time aW slab- - 3g a Iv4reasraln R11 aIcohollc MfXk tafindNoyHeiiarH WOfH Rui eivinir naMSencprri from nil noinlsMnuth town Ira had far afan tmx fl scriotaon rum ever nave tieen cured who have taken t if a asubscraber pays willljpw arise in the courts wliptbeaAhg last wceKtiinter atia l5l-aJiifLJJl Nilyiout their knowl- reipaked tha4 iii SirLiiil5 waaajraoflir alVT t56Ttheaiit a COIlflflUOUf through 8iecia4 ihttwiay -ra 25 pays the bill hut it he iMqnencan rescind apat0f its contracti afeaeiitaValcirtionlJ rthia loTferi- - in advance elneabtl IBetoe they ant drinkina of itftna Three PlitlrTiro Ww Q Uic ba thMi6 canit let go he Lexiogton lieut n9r WF gets w yetr behind it costs him f tarn SbrtelifiNBUbTafc The clothing firm of W MlaUS 11 W H and retain iBrarjebatnd the R N I UllUlMaalta Ijallala 9fflf sJlWufSW0 m ts BoniTl The subscriber can use hia bleasu TMr thwton tta js ic n R fe Mi AV W iTftH itai Tjhis was saidjffex hfl had- purchased 1 VtnJjx v v vuv UKiad Jt he chooses to pay tso it is entirely with the Burgin line pr will it Kayetokeep all SW awa aaaj -J vuwaw aw x IT - VTV Vorieamd A W SchoolfWIdl TtaW other All persons lnJellteat o f W Death ravJaU -I First Door Abcve armers But how is it with the Reg sler br surrender all IatlMtcKoecU iaa drop- - copiefctTmeaandread the Lloyd rUlia aauaaa 1ii J 4Ci itfjJ Ll iiue laiai - hiitl rc-e- J6eiouiy T iiauu s e HVjaVwae are G 8n two aartia aaaer fnurld at thari-aacT Georgetown crud MoreL la fitneiinat -- waa Ditzler Sweeney letters an1- aping TaaTl One man pays tsp in advance and VAtAWrira A aBixMim rn Jcirw -UUw IUUBIWU VWUUUICJioUrCWI IIIIIUO - Oft1 fcaafV ILiki io iziA ftim J Pafwrl aa a caia aa a T ScftpbiUeld and Mv D RaneH a ouiu I yi 11 an u law a ars other pay r latfa Ilafal7ajna tTaiialJ 110 f U t 150 at the end of the year It is enfirely probable that the gaps of 32 Times pf liVlt aiu laaviir jiavHiuaa -- H va iftiivrri laaa j aa tX algtit f t fOr 1 1 C CO U d FU Of t gg6 DO U 1 aaj that ther are thoroufehly Ittsed uo caB V - The dakistj Lfct vLouis- miles between lawnrburg ahtt M Ii that treating subscribers ail alikeouy oi its aveeepcanee oy yr- - ll P VU 3vilJM A nanft rrewiltTneraSft rtov and septhf m htaiaaonir prop C4maJPUatiIUft his vuiewii pe oMtnVcjI-cbyarfilrJWMadyance is gnfflg Au lnrfufn 50 in Kaaf trie hit htt far taYaa rwt irnVnnal Cid i aaaia inHtw A A eKQOVAU aa JiaTe maa that pays P laaafura INPAUOn 1JO iia9Ulucr 5iJ vWtJiaar aat ivi r I i ic a ji ilail 7 asaj iu You will have no use for spectacles If 1iw it i Oi GalldMLMB E8tu - lilaSc leaaia Caka -intlamt a whole veer The man wltol and direct serxiceM1LtMiHjllertiiileaj 4 of alt the with beiadeonAiaaalaxaawalbtdawaL1beCri pays later has the use of tlae money so that ajreajrhecy inhai Monad ieamp hai jPWbfliff uifSffli 20 intjji and Sacw See adverticement of Jev f Day Cbitdbeif tnitTmah Palace Blepen cit J uk ve Yvc7ilrrenMvlwinl prjnlftat tKi irrfWtfstrrAltduiiolV Baptaam 1 and scum whicli accumulates on iiie ihvAy woarld have lone as he does not pay it and the other been lVr4WliWfWfl Charlea E CeHrcr ft Co In tea day picup SaflpanflMrt fiom B held a cools World tJfilit0iayve41He68 saddle tjualitJCa them eanBndediairBOitlo thefrei toH iate man who pays in ad van caj cant help him- isiville Southern and R X I Si Excellent ifluV Climax It - y MfWi9 fiqPBQfiaion nerves IV up lttrncipieai faonsayfSfaonghPr thujas that ifio jH7 w am IfnraTea aJoiiae r tn w self Will the Register presume to say majby bPtdik add sanjf National saddle horse same 2T9T vf W WKJW iT Sal Fire nmieis ware buruota to death in atrengtheus weak and failing sijfht 25 aramemnf If transfer the ipajptty wjas tlyowp jintp the Ihniiahtfii iiSaorair J7 Tf mrir aaafsuaiaaia Mnv uitrt tolCee Io J Yafc tha k entire Iret is paiid in advance laaCS vavi fnr vr4s Ul shoaat horse for oinfa pedigree ill cents a uox ii iuiaa i H 454 B The R N I v controversv is Ihe ii o i handa flf jtoQ Jtmmr t nd lf Mfl it will pa oye o Ho us then weagieeltoj S DraaaaiSeiaa For I ItRtWlfftfilSclnrWPHiiiiire MRS T which he refused 1500 and eUany avwTr iTAVry idoUariSatitfOPHilWldy sbMtert and surest road tothetruah A ayadtaoate of Mexiuan oabkallats 5 jjHjtiD good an innitlatualr 3o While kbankinir lh ladteJ u ant 1lie county Superirtaenaenr Of Public ceaaai pubHhUig the Cum x at onaH m 1 and cart east FilJ0n W Ti wtoiihwicbfirt propajaae balding a hotel in the City of RIKitcheu Spoon i attit waaiti ji iiil l Mat Not ofrlyj our feu bscriptTOn fist larger txaa he favors Tiuiriiriiiin i U T ifljliai has HjV lo li Itlitlan chtWi a breaks Sut fttnoritf heV Mexico to aaat not less than 2000000 most tatasxirwYv tiieao goods Bo the city 311 TaaVfitflHX TWwat milS CRtut rrttrrT of than that oafthe Register but our ptarttn- - j laaarfj Uui iia heaii irji M nf X --- I L eauaij1 aVa la a WH uaaua a uariac a l ann wiir ineaswnce or mjbs rLu SiraaJa lliajaf nrrgf tkfaaHK in 10b work is nearly twice as arge UlitWkSTltwXr j uriw aire heia--rMil -r nnia a a aaav a - waaaaaaa OwEKal as trifaiAacr a a -will couUfiu r T igS VUVIV l mO mr1 K O Th a T aafja laffftik kala w The ir iI J IAUJ 0Ill Of I pi 01 -- 5C and rat gaod andMnitorm price Lld y fc1 w J icHutBPMutepr MM dit givtr hawtraioa as heretofore ll tor9a33 ltVE ha jUKTira 1 Jg- Maf it Street orp Second Presbyierhao fear al andpialise tpavard npne has never rili t UlMJ ot Ws1SnH qu4lify Of our jol work is ecorBjtp Hipnel aaa -fertJ mense stocks bait Limea has a laVgei HlialariaLw- - BrSmfe Our advawtising in CentraL Kentucky The mud is aJmat iauiaiiaibleiin thia Vfwd ffii8iHft tbnm t ea j ii f - e i feTivlWew-wiiy4lAl- RegtSSr GifTurTuit W arejai W bori ine largest linen nuts it ro nr lvl ifr1 06 iRfjVr rxair ine Dest buildingaiiUf d down and a new one erect- - paiiifljnajge spieak for itself a to quantity sedtionl ItaJ i I Tni 1 c vy- aiJaaG vim ii ju iireaeii neiwayi tvrirrTmW7v fideafK and nng just as gOoi 460 AUbi Faroes aad quality and as to uniformity of f rices iniTTRrwtritf Iftl- MaCIlincrV sUntial people as those who constitute the WaaawaaaveufauHauaparaHOtui we ate wilting to show books with the iil--4aloA u3viaji tbree months subscription school at boantv fTheBjBk e mentifledjmv m yj Itta- f4 DBjjjffraing between libera wten good ifeel- - Bl Register 6 patronage and leave it to the editor of the 6 are liaMe Mp thdbfestlijte of Groceries Prof Scudder will commence teattfnin The hardware firm oomposed o W ty theSrttd itb y and a jfaJfcM niilfthe Klegiser or tp ny pae he may selec ft house next H9 Viirsiuie ecuu ue xierrica u writ- iliffrentlywuttutedand for this reason C Kitzpatrick and D M Phelpa under Our prices for subscription job work at Br9pjtpwah9ol I IUM l 4Ll li 4it2a iSrtlhjBuld thefea m rtfupb ton a n to vet fionofl rf TtiarndaaIn1l tS rl 1la4 Q4Jannetl Vojfig 6r weil aff Wacct day the Arm uame aud style of Fitzpatrlck iI oberthartdicTrBut theflraye aTeciaWB ZIPT anal advertising are all put in plain figures at Helps dninir business on Main street has already struck oil It is close to the ATr ColdHsnao for tbe Jiine ofiv j s va - in Riebmdnai Ky- - s ihis tay utatvolvecl proceed with the matter and have a hand on ow day hook and ledger accompanied aanaltfa fcaVifJieatisc o a i ii tnree laieais a uav J Anil I lie f other well jahicfr has been in progress for fortVe - lineal naidrtbdrtaiti Hartfes of subscription kind and quantity by WniWWfRff CaJflonnVaB to be started at bv mutuaTcoiasent D M Phelps re rf otacJ TtrircUire Erected paper wiI appear ain a i num ioer V a riurribcrof monthtarid in wHichiltcirJiag uie it aH -- hmthrla irW I see much of it on top of tHe ground tirihr The ibooW and acdraintaare af IB p l na - nr T k af iYrT7irva i vTti nrsipUOHSUeU AiaiXnZOin frr i lav Tne present BiwJfJnij 16 pity 20 years lef job work and amount ol advertishajf conaahuahi IThe ail lOund ji Col Youngs fWaWv aaM fnr VAiha ll Mr Robt Pryse OTTTsTill has been vis- - i--Kiirh ranlV i prMr-rti anvbsdv rvvr miafht nro- i- Ot A diUpidatedaaentrjjily Space jso that tue wncae tntngts perieeiiy Th uvvu K well is similar to that produced by the old but it iniafh 1 do no harm to Sal mi and SVe Invite the editors of the Reg hill Ir - ipii a - 11OO niilJin- lniU- araccommOaatey he plain rrT- Popev- D M PHELPR f quarier8-aieore- eother well Gas is expected before a much too small o prorajfriy uaace goouin unexpeciea j Jtjjfjarfn iu jtstjlf on hi r imr at iLaHiauon lias been inlriailueti Isterto come and examine these books for J IfJEPATJCIS 17AIN lift Boaawtatittaaj a qirantUy rtOTaw sol grceripthii reached sajnd and eatts0ilocate in thiaxitaiaibyaa he town Timts a i 11 I Ii j tmnitltftlFi up Ill more than 500 whicTT themselves and bring with them or in the district atee sume ann suggier or ine newest j ll J an perfeOn ot persons they may select If aauaase U oui urai Ina AW aaaawiH i aaUBPW svaaariaaaa Tlarl a eTThitdwrft ml 111 hn He and mmar rvinuliar raialtprno arlit at amw v rAila rntac9foe 13 aav a B T luia u -- a LT l we will send oar not- satisOactory 4 r w r UHJ IJ Miss Mattie Williams returned home on o lHUi The residence of Stephen Jett near It1 lit tfiH intantTdp or tbf tnirtees toWftf this is Maau Vr lfHM a iTiJ aa f o- responaoie ngurw Vboolu to their office and thay can ulohis thtV1 Reamer Kingston avs burned at n early hour uu a thorough graded scupoi 01 ten rarfte tt few ifaysSrrcrf Thl erqspu ajfamper o regular a H A TfrtWax alaaiaB andiyithoutpur presehce examine thtun to accompanied by Mis Eiiza Kncaid au the United Statea is 310043 There at- j Ka 1 ro tauiKf a ateei Monday tbomiiig- - The larger part prthe i J VI I - cll- TaankainaJ BntT M Laafrf Brht s Uiaease provuu wC ll pftCT asTXlanWaTrBM WIHIHIX E ck sbpai wqjj 145 jy bWWMa01 anavprageof on TAncaer jfi No insurance on the Mr JM a huuhet content was saved WiUrw f A Ux of 2s- cenU on the too of tajcableJs Miiav The Tlwy teft todajriorhome tmthc Pxrortte abouti4O0a daQtfprtle entire veav The 4 18S9T TWs I tte teka farpp HPcacDWfiiaia y totrfild- - AvaMfcieyijow ooeupied by Mm Mat n the house Tlae J property Q the distiict will be assessed for similar privileges with their books 000 contents but Watttr- - Register TiTnow at liberty to put up or as le o cem y tuav 1 uau tiguiS Viseasea i inarMTires J tHr ftl 00 JUVj amount of money contributed 6p WUlWiiafliaii lost severaj h fi M house waiTorrherlv owned an3 VseeifpielJ theTnfrpoceOf eraSctirig the tnrttdintr or somethins verv much like it and U i pickles sbutup The fire is supposed mail mitt everr- - reported itbaijs ip to the royatiauQi of waslnvery feeblebealth- - Thfewas id thaav art 9k if lhev wan The trustaaa a4laaWsGrW In cases of Fever and Ague toe blood -We close tHis article wtb the announce- - thing they iSaTOOji bil Mr Ed Rowdoiwi and Jntm XvPfr - tv9tJlSo6ia JX a of and incendiary L3 ZZs ilvwie pf tbe yew of 18871 Maiiaie onedoten U as effectually tlroujrtr annot ho danirer- come to live a lew days and TV I k tk ent tKaY wenave oh hand a stock of fdb mpfift tbat thaies diiar apw3 for aM the i tKiHtee of Bmithft Kidriayi TcniOl and An excellent and a tine He had sold some lett was absent Itaaa Hemp HaVHaiB farlfisaVtstbfllargfist 1 am now inoeHfr1urW1BPI4 R M Squires has purchased of the printing rtrtnrrial ajcn a eravelopiMttcr hi artd the check therefor waa returnbora ope of jternwakijleiaj raegiT rMKMlfiff I UltateaaM or oeeu V niUTibal Of bjtJlf rVITM jJ Uai B Yfy-g J QQBtt COrTXfi batir their fartti of 102 acros heads cards and blank paper four time byogibSrw- 1a He had gone to look after ed pfnietraed nad a mts M r KTVDRen 6tKK that of the Register and oM byiVVit VJvaiiwe Ptiaikcitfjtfoa It seems true tnat fnislor- - hear Cbiiesburg if28ir on irom Iht systetnlMalivflftrVtii ii hi money ii7U Lui ay Irgeti4h5an we bave Qwbftton badj li Jj Clay City baa electric lights Richmond Ky 49Mrwoc lie JHAY JOO A j OaZaKi 11 taarialUllui tunes frtJvaSf rthttlisgy l KAtiSH1 i y agail 31 TrI- - Tribblej JOMPg grocerr mer- wiil receive 15 n Gold the one drawing on tm 4reyt assigned to J P prize wilT receivers m Gbtd and1 fourth Tribble n i r ythe one ara iJiJ Red House pike made an assignment last t0 TVrT n3 N til ougt t Mr4out JuoJ indj timf Salcuritr d tn ftrI iV5ii The w f AIJIV in rKniri i ItTBITM tTVU i rM Hwl tAUrk -L in- II ait tA rll i-l-m i is ti in i hk 0ULllff 5i tentift Wot Wg Fl if ist lhrThe fj JXli thefrrfeJieW Where StlierMxir Tfc Ihe long agone re I When you anT -- rPceSsrytOe1etianypf1W1 rjrouUsiithiscoHBijupjvyapf4 tb 3chwirfuradpctrinehay4liQbeeadii cussed a diculyus ujofiscTn JiestJUatiissHlhorriOlri4rtgtfflU tit m-n-m nI T r r orjSew Mexico Jer6eyrrltJqNr3pr voieoH wh 4fo eHectlon hhoVthevcfcb iyarfproitptly a i iiui i ivi riTiiuii iTni m ra TrfWTWin j JfjJJJZilA - -- 1 rf Tihmr rmftiintJsw tJi c-ump visitftfffWfatfVes nere t hasIIcone nome t i t uaK -J- TTintr-VTTTi nAJt Tnl jhuu1 inruixa nil ii tin T T fMIJ3liWH ir Ill jFTnnKnnw nninnTTfir TTT rw arm in nHiiiipu in 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Count Fair Association NEWS PARAGRAPHS Qm TtVTH ANKCA1 EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO 19 189O The following ttakes and purtet WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK 1890 OF FAIR In five STAKES PURSES three TrVTrrrTG STJLZES elation Jj o added bv mile heaU best two Ed Barnaby of Fleming county was perhaps fatally injured Saturday A TTORNE2S A T LA Kentucky by being thrown from a colt and his Richmond foot banging in the stirrup When Offlcn fro 11H Burnams Building First released ho was insensible and fear8ret fully mangled Paris News A SULLIVAN Dan Gruell the Harrison flinty A TTORNEYA TLA W Ky man who recently swindled farKentucky mers out of several thousand dollars Richmond worth of catte by giving bogus checks Office on First Street name as formerly oc IS- was on Wednesday night taken from cupied by County Judge Miller bis home at Kilat by a mob and bang S POWELL fe F E T BURNAM J m Â¬ Qt To 3 year 00 To voo class IK V1M1 STASES For 2 year olds To 240 class 00 added bv Association miie heats To 00 230 class best two in three 1000 00 To 224 class Five per cent to accompany nomination 7 o to accompany nomination June 1st and 10 additional which is forfeit 5 per cent additional to aid oil day preceding race start to be paid on day preceding race The stakes and purses are to be divided Five to fill and three to start all purses vtv per cent to first 2 per cent to second and 15 per cent to third asfol - to hanies The rules of the National Trotting Horse Association shall govern ail trials Any horse distancing the field or any part of it shall be entitled nv Pools sold on all races Entry Blanks furnished on application to fir- Address all communications to Secretary M B ARBUCKLE I SHELBY IRVINE President 38 4 olds To 4 year oid 350 400 500 500 700 Oo 00 Richmond Kentucky A J - HAHIAlSrlV m Big Lot Df Samples on Hud COME AND LOOK AT THEM I will tO make you a suit froai 20 Up KIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY 50 according to the poods and trimmings Single pair of pants from Offee nt Flnnell residence Everything 47 Satisfaction guaranteed done pertaining to the profession 15 5 up to ed A large delegation from WirChester passed through Georgetown last week Richmond over the Kentucky Midland road to Office on Becoud Street Frankfort where they went to have the limits of their town extended by DENTAL SURGERY annexion aii of the hemp fields aud Georgetown Timet pastures OR- - A WILKES SMITH The Duke of Fife Is to preside at DENTAL SURGEON Richmond Kentucky Stauleys first lecture in London All the seats have been sold although the Office Smith Building Main Street Office lowest price was 6 Btauley Is to re Â¬ hours fctt to 1IS00 M ISA to WW P M SWPractice limited to dentistry ceive 600 for tbe lecture and the Polytechnic Institute at whicli it is to C MORGAN D D S expecs to make from be delivered 3600 to 4000 from it RICHMOND KENTUCKY Mr Bayers of Texas in discussing Office Main Street over Madison National the pension bill showed that from July Bank 1 1860 to July 1890 the expenditures W CREED D D S were 1166321017 for pension that the expenditures for the lat fincol year A TTORNEY A T LA ftt Kentucky 3- 3- J wereb1316S that the expenditures IS -- 41 PHYSICIANS BOOT RING STILL IN THE -- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond Btsre Office lR J M POYNTZ ANJ Second Street next to Whites Drug 8- - SHOE to HOUSE Qm W EVANS M D Richmond HEBE WE COME AGAIN WITH A PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Second Street 3- BE ENLARGED AND Office - FRESH LOT OF CHOICE Groceries -- RemodeleD On account of tbe looouveuieDce that will occur therefrom we have decided to sell out our enormous stock of JR 8toie Office T J TAYLOR Medicine and Surgery - Practitioner in Richmond Kentucky 3- new year Boots We handle the best of everythinjr and ive you the FOR TH- K- Second Street over Dykes Grocery - JJR JOHN PH YSICIA Richmond M FOSTER A ND - Shoes HATS AND finnns vvww -- N - S UR GE ON - Kentucky 3- Office Main Street next door to Lnxons up stairs residence at cor Main and Tates Creek Avenue Lowest vte I1 RICES Possible FIIRM1SHINIS WIII1IVIIII1W JJR PHIL ROBERTS PH YSICIA N A ND S URGE ON Kentucky Richmond AT A nd our unbounded thanks Office At Wines Tndors Drug Store one door below Ramseys criier Offers his pro t our Large li t of customers who festlonal services to the public patronized us BO liberally ym T SEXSMITH M D and promise to treat them as well From uow until the builder begin and complete their work PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON in the future as in the past - Kentucky This will be a rare oppor White Hall Just at plad to see new tunity for the people of Richmond Offers his professional services to the puband Madison county to get the s old ones lic Great SACRIFICE 8- Â¬ s- EagaaChenaiilt Biggest Bargains Second St next to iamett House j LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON They have ever received from any Richmond Kentucky source for our stock is one of the 28- Office Smith Building Main Street best and largest in JJR SM DR RICE t Cxitv 1 jSKNTRAL KENTUCKY JJ J jwffl8Ky ill larau of PRIVATE ONIC and SEXUAL Dl xs Sjn iatorrhea a nd Impotency SYPHILIS W BRIGHT M D PH YSICIA N A ND S UR GE ON Kentucky This is no catch penny to get rid Richmond of goods but we are in earnest Office In Smith Building on Main Street attention given to microscopical and about everything we say of tissues and fluids We have all the latest styles in chemical examinations of lie human body 8- - family Stanford Journal At Lexington Va the jury in Kentucky case of James Miiler on trial for the Richmond the We have all the latest styles in Hours 830 to murder of Dr Z Walker at Browns Office over D M Bright Special attention 00 to 100 p m 1100 a M and to diseasis HENS SHOES AND BOOTS givenchronic cases of womentreated all adiffi Itirg brought iu a verdict of acqu ittal at disPatients cult tance and Homeopathic medicines sent to This tragedy happened same day of the 48We have all the best makes and cny address Swope GooJloe killing end the co- Ladies Shoes latest styles in JR C S HOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon from March 4 17S9 to Juue 30 1861 a period of seventy two years were 80 738327 just 393611 less than last years pensions boy of Perry GofF a sixteen-year-ol- d Clay county W Va was expelled from school by his teacher Morgan Rose Young Goff accompanied by his father and two companions returned to the pchool aud knocked the teacher down with a club and in turn was stab bed to death A general fight followed iu which the teacher and tbe elder Goft were both seriously wounded A cyclone at DauvilleTuesday morn- Â¬ ing of last week damaged the residen ces of R P Jacobs Mrs Annie Quiseu berry the Clemens House the Second Presbyterian Church stable of C H Bodes barn of Andrew Wbtley and other structures were variously damaged some of them the baru and staTrees fences hay Â¬ ble blown down stacks and like light objects were de-Â¬ molished About thirteen years ago Jas Mc Clure look a few boxes of tbe tail end of Charlie Clines clothiug store to Beatty vilie to sell He was offered a river bottom farm for his stock but refused saving that he wouldnt give one box of his clothing for all of Lee county A few days ago Mr McClure visited Beatty villeand found hat same farm selling at 60 to 76 per rroilt foot Paris News Warren Hamilton who was par Â¬ doned out of the penitentiary a few days ago weut to Caneyville where he represented himself as being Willis Ringo Assistant Secretary of the State and secured 100 from John Evans by promising to get his brother James Evans pardened from the penitentiary Hamilton was last heard of in Louisville where be gave his dupe the slip Charley Pitman a brakeman on Capt Renakcrs train was run over and killed 1 miles from Junction City yesterday It is supposed thut he was knocked ofl the car by a bridge When picked up bis head was found to be entirely severed from liia body aud M r Pitman his arms and legs broken was about 36 years of age and was from East St Louis where he has a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Cures Goarantead in all Cases L Misses and Childrens Shoes We have a full stock of i PRIVATE COUNSELOR rafrwB -A nsnai itri c - U toy P aL SuLlata 2 U 4 t IL Infants9 Shoes We have the largest line of BOYS SHOES In the City We have the The market affords such as Knox Stiff and Stetson Felt Hats fAT We have an abundant supply of Umbrellas Neckwear Shirts Suspenders Tents Hosierv etc All to be COST AT COST I At Cost AT COST I Give us a call and see for yourRespectfully self Â¬ Â¬ HATS best selection of 1IP1jlIIJ4MU WALLACE B0GGS a incidence was that Mrs Dr Dew nee GIBSON JJRS JENNINGS Martin of New York was reat friend Physicians and Surgeons of Col Swcpe and Dr Walker of Dr Kentucky Dew aud dispatches came simultane- Â¬ Richmond ously to them of the two tragedies Office Main street over Wallace 4 Rices Keniiickian Citizen 51 50 shoe store Two companies of the Slate Guard E AULTZ twenty five men from Harrodsburg aud fifteen from Lexington ordered to PH YSICIA N A ND S URGE ON Kentucky Harlan county Capt Gaitber of Har Richmond rodsburg in command and Lieut R Office 230 W Main Street Burnam A Buckner Allen in command of the Lex 18- Chenault Building up stairs ington Rifles They took with them four prisoners to be tried for murder M BLACK Jennings confined W in the Frankfort jail Thos Jennings at StanPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ford and two others named Hale and Clem 26- Red House Ky Not many years ago aluminum was 40 a pound Then under improved processes of extraction it dropped to 20 There was another drop and the metal which is to supersede iron was 11 a pound Now it is quoted at 4 BURNAM When it comes near the price of iron tbe revolution will be complete Beauwood and tiful ships nearly as light The Oldest and Strongest American that will not rust or tarnish will l Companies made of it and will speed over the ocean like birds Danville Deaf Mute NORTH AMERICA he central portion of the State the loss In Indiana of from 20 to 50 ier cent Woodburn has held 21 yearling sales the wheat fields in the centra and at which 782 colts end fillies were 3old southern portions of the State spot for 642401 an average of 693 to have been the Krea8sl sufferers the In Boyle county 735 pound cattle mage ranging from 10 to 30 per cent 3J cents yearling cattif 1550 per save in Marlon county where the crop head 700 pound Cattle 25 per bead is said to be entirely destroyed la Stephen Jett of Madison county sold Ohio the damage for the w inter killing two saddle horses to F G Davis of does not appear general or severe The North Middletown for 260 Gazette crop has been damaged in localities by excessive rains many fields being cov Monroe LeerGlen water 8tock Farm ered with Water Iu tbe central and sold to Cbas H Schneider of Lena southern portions of the State Fulton burg Illinois a yearling blackjack 14 county reports the damage by winter hands 3 Inchee high for 700 Paris killing at 60 per cent and a OnaM other Ken tuckian Citizen counties complain of the damage rangG C Givens who has charge of A ing from 20 to 25 per cent In many P Van de Waters farm since that gen Â¬ parts or Missouri wheat bus been badly tlemans departure has sold it to S A winter killed Kentucky makes the Gibson of Pennsylvania for 11000 best record thus far The general avercash Stanford Journal age condition is high Kausas wheat Thomas A Wayne has been buying fields are in very fair condition the cattle in this county for a Boyle couuiy sleet ahd storms damaged wheat fields party and has to date bought 700 head in a few counties The prospects are for which the sum of 20500 has been not very bright for winter wheat in paid Lebanon Standard Michigan and Wisconsin at this writD W Cheatham of Clarksville ing We summarize the report of our Texas purchased last Monday a three- - correspondents relative to the coudit ion Illinois 90 percent Inyear old Roscoe colt of John T Wood- Â¬ as follows ford for 800 and shipped him Tues- diana 91 per cent Ohio 94 per cent Missouri 90 per cent Kentucky 91 day Mt Sterling Gazette per cent Kansas 95 percent Wis Auctioneer Bush reports sale of Mrs Jones on Tates Creek 19th inst Fine cousin 86 per cent Michigan 76 per cent crowd one yoke oxen 2600 pounds sold for 110 hogs 4 per hundred Rheumatism and Catarrh oue sow and seven pigs 28 weanling Khenmatlsm and ralarrh are both blood calves 16 corn 160 wheat 61 ceuts diseases In many severe B cases B they have B Botanic yielded to ireatment with new bacon 8 J cents Blood Balm made by Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga Write for book of convincing Wincester Court J A Ramsey proofs Sent free My wife R P Dodce Atlanta Oa savs reports 250 cattle on the market 24 had catarrh and nothing did her any good Her constitution Anally failed and poison extra feeders brought 430 per cwt got Into her blood I placed ln r on a aTM of 12 fair feeders 1000 pounds 3560 per B B B and to rny surprise her recovery was complete head 12 fair feeders 3310 46 yearl Â¬ rapid audMcDantel Atlanra Oa wrlte3 I WP ings 24 a good demand and all offer Â¬ was much emaciated and had rheumatism O bad I could not get along without crutcheings sold Plug horse trade was good I also had neuralgia in the head First cIhjs physicians did me no good Then I tried B and many changed hands B B and Its effects were magical I cheer Â¬ fully M 8 Elkin auctioneer reports the cure recommend itasagood tonic and quick Mrs Matilda Nichols Knnxvilie Tenn sale of T J and Miss Emma Hood as I had catarrh six years and a most writes very well atteuded everything sold at distressing cousih and my eyes were much swollen Five bollleauf B II B thank God good prices Cattle sold from 20 to cured me John M Davis Tyler Texas writes I was 36 per head 17 ewes and lambs at 10 subjects number of years to spells of in lam- 108 to matory rheumatism which six bottles of B per head horses brought from B B thank heaveu has entirely cured me 115 hogs sold for 4 per hundred i have not Telt the slightest pain since JJ k farming Implements brought good prices Lancaster News Unprecedented John Price sold to Capt T J Mar- Â¬ -shall 14845 pounds of tobacco from 7 OVER A MILLION DISTUIBITED acres of laud raised on the Will A Gaines farm at 9i cents W G Fin ley sold bis jack Dexter to H H Col yer of Danville for 875 Dexter will be sent to Missouri Mr Finley will Louisiana State Lottery Company have a jack equally as good in his stud Incorporated bv the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ this season Georgetown Times ucational and Charitable purposes and its Mr Robert F Johnson has sold his franchise made a part of the present State farm of 300 acres three miles on the Constitution in 1879 by an overwhelming popular vote Russell Cave pike to Mr J D Yar Its Mammoth Drawings take place is said is acting for Mr riugton who it Semi Annually June and December and Collis P Huntingtou President of the its Grand Single Number Drawings take in each of the other ten months of C O Railroad Tbe price paid was place the vear and are all drawn in public at 130 per acre will start a stock the Academy of Music New Orleans La He farm The Safety Trust and Vault FAMED FOE TWENTY YEAES Compauy as trustee for Col F W Woolley purchased tbe Ambrose For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt Payment of Prizes attested as follows Young farm of 110 acres on the ParkWe do hereby certify that e superers Mill Road for 11000 Immediate vise the arrangements for ail the Monthly possession will be given aud Mr Wool and Semi Annudl Drawings of The Louley will remove with his family to the isiana State Lottery Company and in person manage and control the Drawings farm where they will make their home themselves and that the same are conin the future Lexington Press ducted with honesty fairness and in good toward There was a good crowd in town on faithCompany all parties and we authorize to use this certificate with the Monday and a fair amount of business facsimiles of our signatures attached in was done Capt Nat S Offutt reports its advertisements 150 cattle on sale best feeders bringing 4 cents Cattle from 100 to 1100 lbs weight brought 360 to 375 good yearlings 3 to 3 25 calves 1250 to 14 per head Thirty one short yearl Â¬ ing polled cattle sold by Capt Tom Commissioners Allen of Boyle county brough20 per head and were bought by W Wright We the undersigned Banks and Bankers Allen and H S Anderson Eighty will pay all Prizes drawn in Th Louisiana eight ewes sold at 536 with 40 lambs State Lotteries which may be presented at thrown in The mule trade was slim our counters R M Walmslky President Louisiana and but few changed hands prices100 National Bank to 146 Plug horses sold for 40 to 80 Pierre Lanaux President State Nagood horses iu demand at fair prices tional Bank A Baldwin President New Orleans D P Bently auctioneer sold 18 horses National Bank at from 4050 to 9610 per head Carl Kohn President Union National Bank Georgetown Times CONCERNING FARMERS Pimfiles AND FOR Â¬ Blotches jRE EVIDENCE That theis blood U wrong and that nature endeav oring to throw off the impurities hlotning is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swifts Specific S S Sj Is It is a simple vegetable compound yet harmless to the most delicate child itforces the poison to the surfeue and eliminates it from the blood I contracted a severe case of blood poison 1 m WI IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR We will for the next Sixty Days offer Â¬ at greatly reduced rates our entire stock of -- DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS that unfitted me for business for four years A few bottles of Swifts Specific S S 5 cured me J C Jones City Marshal Fulton Arkansas Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga CAUTION unless no ho Take Doug Ian name and WI the uric are stamped onTOO ttstrtm If the dealer cannot supply send direct to factory enclosing NTtnuei price Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Spring- Goods DBESS C3 OOIDS Fancv Uoth Blaelt ncl ALSO A VEKV COMPLETE THE STOCK CONSISTS OF A VERY ELEtiANT LINK OF USE OF W L DOUGLAS Hambergs CENTLEMEN Fine Calf Heavy Laced Grain and Cree moor Waterproof Best in the world Fxamine his S50O 1EMINE HAMD hEWED SHOl WELT8IIOE 400 IIAND SEWFDFAKMEK8 SHOE 350 POLICE AM SZ50 EXTRA VALIE CALF SHOE SJ WORKINGMEVS SHOES 8235 and SI 75 BOYS SCHOOL SHOES mgOO In Button and All made Conrre NOTIONS Gloves 3 SHOE Laces Handkerchiefs Towels Table Linens Best Material Best Style Best Fitting If L Douglas Brockton Mass Sold by SHOES 3 SI 2SHOE FOR MISSESutfials 75 lm NAPKINS WHITE GOODS JACK FREEMAN Attraction OF EVERY VARIETY BED BLANKETS AHD COMFOETS A Ok SsTT - D aA UIW rAr ss RUFF UNDERWEAR Both for Ladies and Gents Q 3h The Ladies and Gents Underwear S must be sold On account of the warm jpiK winter the stock is not broken therefore sasBbflaaa Pafc rVvVT WCH - s rsi swBHsis K Liyi utMUTT tJl aUM t ia toMal yBBA 3sW A we can give you any size BLANKETS and COMFORTS At Less Price Than You Ever Heard of Towels HTCIIUERJEIELU DEAIKR IN Table Linens and Napkins Which are always staple we will also reduce in order to make the Â¬ Â¬ cut complete tfaF This being the time of the year for Uamhergs Lacks and Cotton iOods we would advise you to be wm to call at once and examine the stock In order that no CASH HOUSE can have any advantage over per cent off ol the CUT RATE for CASH Â¬ Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Special Plated ware etc us we will give 6 attention given to We have just received a beautiful line ot WALL PACER which is cheaper than ever sold in Richmond before t0T PETTING DIAMONDS DONT FORGET THIS REDUCTION AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRING Promptly done aud in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver 30- - he 1A T P - gun TTvrrnfii i IS 0NL7 FOR 60 DATS Â¬ a Dont forget the place next dcor to the Post olfice Richmond Ky 30- UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGBATHT OT THE COUWTHT WILL OBTAIH MUCH VALUABLE OTTOHMATION FUOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF 9 AH m j I mi f CENTRAL R lLf n O Jnt T J Â¬ Â¬ JjR J Â¬ INSURANCE HUME Â¬ Live Stock Commission Merchants Cincinnati March 20 1890 j Dear Sir We have canvassed a large portion of Kentucky Tennessee aud Virginia to ascertain the condition of the present crop of lambs as to number weight quality etc From all the information received we are led to believe the present crop is from 15 to 25 per cent greater than last year fully as early and promises at this time to be of good quality aud fat A refereuce to our hooks shows a decline in the average price of lambs in May 1889 from May 1888 of 68 ceuts per hundred To our friends and the trade generally would say we wish to be conservative hi our views of the lamb trade at this time and are uow of the opinion tiiat they will sell lower this year than last and think purchases should be made accordingly The hog market at present is in good healthy condition prices being tbe best We do not for several months past look for any radical advance or decided break iu prices in this branch or the Â¬ Office of Greene Embry GRAND MONTHLY At the Academy of Mvisic DRAWING New Orleans 15 1S90 KENTUCKY sBfc XoVtaV in1r r SsiKeSCsXSX rwKZryLB KM VhBbB 9B irTrTrr 4i8c wm TUESDAY APRIL Capital Prize 100000 Tickets at Twenty 300000 5 BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west Â¬ BSsVfla I j -N iStmBBmmmmmmmm Halves 10 Twentieths Quarters 1 Dollars each Tenths 2 50000 25000 20000 Schedule m Effect Nov 17th 1389 25000 25000 No 2 Ko No 3 50000 SOUTH BOUND Ex Hun Dally4 Ex Sun 60000 100000 Lve Cincinnati Tio am 800 pia 135 pm APPROXIMATION PRIZES Lve Covlogtou Ei8 a m 3og p m 45 P 100 Prizes of 500 are 50000 Lve Kalmouth S44 917 p m 408 p m Lve Cynthiana 100 do are io 37 am 1000 p m 507 pm 300 30000 Arr Paris 1110 a m 1023 P s 540 p m 100 do 200 are 20000 Arr Lexington isoo p m 1055 pm 610 p ra TERMINAL PRIZES Lve Paris 1120 a r 545 pm m 620 pm Winchester 100 are 999 do 99900 Arr Richmond 1205 P m p Arr 140 730 pm 100 are 999 do 4 55 pm 999o Arr Lancaster Arr Stanford 530pm 1054800 Ive HichmoiKl 3134 Prizes amounting to 155 pm Arr litre Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes Arr Livingston 305 pm 520 pm are not entitled to terminal Prizes I LIST OF PRIZES 1 Prize of 300000 is 1 Prize of 100000 is 1 Prize of 50000 is 1 Prize of 25000 is 7 Prizes of 10000 are 5 Prizes of 500c are 2 Prizes of 1000 are 100 Prizes of 500 are 200 Prizes of 300 are 200 are 500 Prizes of 300000 100000 FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Cincinnati jjL h 5 mrmFk afeMlrmaiPgigv2WBgwi tCiiiaPWJzay r i VI IF thHixwnacvlnk i V3aT9 Ul -r L itVcafc W is WnffaTi rStr---C2hi-S iG i ir i I I Jr sn fr rlflrT--HiV- i REXa nS2s fc SrwSsrWaa IJsROtiTe PACIFIC RAILWAY THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND Including main lines brancnea and extensions Bast and West of the Missouri River To all points Bast Nc th and North w est from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moines Chicaero and via ALBERT TiBA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthiest on 3uia Fails Water town Minneapolis St Paul and tntervoniigr tovms aud cities It is the short direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern puiat3 converging at Kansas City it also constitutes Ji Wi IflnulXLTi C3-- 3L New and Original Designs -- Y AT THE WITH j7 nni 10 xw INT ID A -- O INT Handsome Barber Shop and First - Class Barbers satisfaction given to every one Special attention given tr ladies Also to my country and children friends I have moved my shop over to the Hotel aud I hope all will come to see Yours very respectfully me 20- JOEL W MACKEY MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble ST SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS ROCK BOTTOM RATES a 3J is sT Dont forget our office is at the Farmers National Bank BURNAM NB HUME Tobacco Barns Country Stores and Milling property specialties 33 32 BH IMMEDIATELY Â¬ J A 6 WILLIAMSON CITY ENGINEER SETTLE Civil Engineer and Surveyor The firm of Wallace Bice Richmond Ky having dissolved I desire that all persons Indebted to us call at once at the old stand and settle This means all accounts up to March 3rd 1890 tbe day of dissolution Z T RICE Jr 40 43 Surveys made for Railways Turnpike Roadways Estimates given Ac Farm drainage Town Lots laid off ERAL LAND SURVEYS Ijfaea retraced Special attention given to toiMiruphical maps anl plats of far run and oilier lands Correspond ence solicited with parties interested in surveys of lands in mountain coun Â¬ ties of Kentucky Office City HaJI RichmondKy Â¬ 0 - First Class LOWEST mMMBmkT Workmanship PEICES mm IXfelwatcii ir mm ja Hh never WffHsl lesTy solid gold ruBtaac cmm Both Udi with work ie jr- TfcMM tL woeM rrfW4 AN7D CONSISTENT otice ol Dissolution Notice is hereby given that tbe part Â¬ 49 48 Lkxinoton Ky nership which lias existed between tbe faraqrned under the Arm Dame of A Tkavsok has been mutual- Â¬ ly dissolved All parties indebted to tbe firm will settle at once with Owen iMcKee and all parties having claims Mainst the firm will present them for All persons are hereby warned against payment to Owen McKee on or before trespassing In any way whatever on my May 1st lMI This March 14th 1890 lands In Madison county or upon those McKEE of my children for whom I am guardian IRAYNOR 40 41 S J HAGA7N We have the largest trade in Central Kentucky and guarantee satisfaction CsaNwite for prices and informa- tiou before ordering any style of work WM ADAMS ft SON Importers ia luu ammpU m wall All tlw woifc roej M dM wattV an iV to tbooc wbo call joar to atew what w a4 tt 4 aiffcaffi mmA Pie bot yoa tbat always ma ta is nlMkN tfd tor m wtsscht baUa for ytmn en oetca atsnass aawJ iAsm w ra raatud Wi pay all cpcaaa fnacfat ate Altar a kaow all If you woald ttka to gc to wen tor aa yoa raa aara froaa par waaa aad apwarda Addraaa immmrjriurAh free d do 4a to ndmA eu at tnd OltX PKMAOPia cnti loemltr cam toretrier with oar amm lam sklMUale j wE Co Box M Sis A orsia MJtine POSTED 185 Mules For Sale We have one hundred mule colts and eighty five yearlings for sale Strictly good and sold in numbers to suit purchasers Six miles east of Richmond on the Speedwell pike 17Â¬ - H H A D A COYER trade In the cattle market we observe a Lots have been staked off in Burgin firm feeling and all tbe better grades and Mr John Huguely and others have are sought after by feeders butchers sold at the rate of 500 per acre A re- aud shippers This looks encouraging quest by the citizens wili forwarded Very truly yours to our representative at Frinkfort Mr Greene Embry Stephenson to have a bill pissed grantA short crop of wheat in Russia our ing the Burgin trustees power to extend most formidable exporting rival does the corporate limits of that place as far not seem to have been of much benefit west as Prices land Tbe citizens are to American farmers When It became making efforts to raise funds for the known last year that the Muscovite erection of a public school building yield would be considerably reduced The people are much pleased that a bill and that tbe Indian erop would suffer has been lutroduced into the legislature in the same way it was expected that for a charter to extend the Louisville tbe United Slates with a crop of 490 Southern road from Burgin to Middles 000000 bushels would greatly increase borough Harrodsburg Democrat ber exports and receive higher pricea R M Collier bought of D A Givens into the bargain Tbe Russian Central his handsome residence and 20 acres Bureau of Statistics bas just issued its of land adjoining Cynlbiana for 18000 figures concerning the last wheat crop aud sold it to tbe Home Real Estate of that country and makes a reduction and Improvement Company for 27 It of 120000000 bushels since 1888 000 Next day tbe Company also pur- should however be stated that tbe chased five acres from John G Mont- 1888 crop was a very large one and gomery known as Die Jno W Victor the decline from the average yield is Jr tract for 3000 Tbe latter ad about 50000000 bushels The export- Â¬ joins the Givens tract The whole is to able surplus of tbe 1889 crop is reckoned be improved by opening new streets at only 32000000 bushels As India and sold for building lots W H Wil- has a deficit of her own it was expect son bought several aores from Mrs El- ed that the United States chiefly would len English that lies between Ltirpike fill tbe requirements of the importing and Milleraburg pikes adjoining Battle countries of Western Europe which Grove Cemetery on side next to town annually take nearly 300000000 bushA few days ago young Harvey Miller els but while there has been some in son of the late Wm crease in our exports of wheat aud tbe Miller of Bohon Ky wa informed of flour prices do not improve The futilitbe fact that one of bis rana uncles ty of ettempting to calculate prices of bad left an estate or 160000 acres of agricultural products with auy degree rich raiueral lands in Tenuessee and of accuracy on the basis of production that he was sole heir to it Youug is shown by tbe recent history of wheat Millers mother died when be was an The Chicago market which is the coninfant and hie father two years ago trolling center bas since the first of tbe Some parties from Tennessee came up year inclined to weakness and prices to Bohon the other day in search of tbe have on the whole lost ground Miller heirs and found Young Harvey Courier Journal to be tbe only living representative The Chicago Farmers Review reThey ofiered Mr Allen Ransdell the ports show that tbe recent cold wave boys half uncle and guardian 60000 severely damaged the winter wheat option on tbe land for thirty days but Illinois reports almost without an exMr Ransdell refused The price offer- ception estimated the damage as ranged was 10 per acre iquivaleut to ing from 10 to 50 per cent The heavi- 600000 I est damage appears to have fallen upon Â¬ For Club Rates or any further information desired write legibly to the undersigned clearly stating your residence with State County Street and Number More rapid return mail delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your lull address tiT AGENTS WANTED No 5 No NORTH BOUND Ex Sun Ex San 1 Dally No 3 Lve Lve Arr Lve Lve Ait Â¬ New Orleans La or M A Dauphin Washington D C By ordinary letter containing Money Order issued by all Express Companies New York Exchange Draft or Postal Note Address Registered Letters containing Currencv to New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK New Orleans La REMEMBER that the payment of Prizes is Guaranteed by Four National Banks of New Orleans and the Tickets are signed by the President of an Institution whose chartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts therefore beware of all imitations or anonymous schemes ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket Issued by us in any Drawing Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is a swindle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IMPORTANT ADAUPHIN Address M Arr Paris Lve Lexington Lve Paris Lve tyntlnanti Lve Falmouth Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati Richmond- Lve Richmond- Arr Winchester Livingston Richmond Stanford Lancaster Berea 800 am 1025 1145 am am 777777717771171 777777777777 m It traverses vast areac of the richest farming and crrazlna lands in the world forming the speediest most popular and economical system of transportation to and from all cities towns and sections in Kansas Col Â¬ orado and the Indian Territory FREB Reclining Chair Cars between Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson THE SHORT UNE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER 700 745 1000 110 200 240 205 250 120 412 540 550 MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool In summer warmed by steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated and free from dust leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arrival of trains from the Bast and Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGB to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stops only at important in Â¬ tervening stations In Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious mrtalg at seasonable hours and at moderate prices Â¬ am am pm pm pm pm pm pm am pm am pm 105 am pm 1045 am 610 715 748 700 852 823 913 am am am 77777777777 am 345 pm am 421 pm 444 pm 520 pm 630 pm 638 pm THE ROCK ISLAND To Manitou 18 MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Clnclnnall Lve Covington No 9 Noll Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 700 am 800 am 827 am 135 344 450 545 612 630 730 810 Pikes Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain Falls Idaho Springs the mountain parks miniTitr camps and cities sanitary resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions of Colorado Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with every modern improvement that can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment They issued monthly or further desired Information address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN General Kanasrer THE FAVORITE TOURIST UNE Arr Mlllersburg Carlisle Johnson Maysville SOUTH BOUND Lve Maysville Carlisle Mlllerslmrg Arr Parts Lexington Covington Lexington Paris 851am 1025 923 am am pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm also make close connections at terminal cities in Colorado in Union Dopots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines For Tickets Maps Timet Tables Folders copies of the Western Trail CHICAGO IIl Oeal TVret Paw t No 10 No li Dally Dallv Ex Sun Ex Suu 515 557 649 715 740 835 1035 1045 BRYANT STRATTON Business College C Â¬ Â¬ Johnson am am am am am m m 150 pm 232 pm 3 am Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fifteen-year-ol- d Â¬ Leaves Lexington 1006 a m Arrives Purls 1046 u m Except Sunday No H Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives LYMAK FAKKISII W B CUNNINGHAM Falmouth 710 p m Except Sunday No 7 Leaves Falmouth HMO a m ArrlTCS Clnolunatl 75 a m Except Sunday TRAIN NOTES No 3 runs dally between Lexington and Cincinnati No 4 runs dally I have purchased the property of the between Ciciinatl and Lexington Nos 2 and S make connections at Winches Â¬ said Company and will beep on baud The OgIv Coal in Towd ter for points on the N N 4 M V Ry of the beat varieties of IMPORTANT Trains of this Hue now ar- Â¬ ail We have erected a new and commo- Â¬ rive at and depart from the Central Union dious Livery and 8ale Stable corner of Passenger Station Cincinnati making con Â¬ all points North East 3rd aud Irvine M reeta Richmond Ky nection for Tickets sold and Batgageand West Through Checked Only a square from the Court hooae to any point reached by a railroad aud ask the public to give us a trial You dout have to send away out to For full particulars address or call on any or The yard is easy of access Persons tbe depot HORSES HITCHED OR FED agent of the Company 2 H BACON W L MUNSON desiring to haul their own coal will Trav Pmssr Agt Trav Passr Agt AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle Clnciimi- Lexington Ky not have to cross toe railroad horses horses and buggies hired at low S F I enl Pass Agt Cincinnati Dtlinredto I respectfully request a libera pat- Â¬ H E HIM INUTON V Pres A tien Mtnr ronage rates of the citizeus of both county K II CMIR Agt Richmond Ky 16 15 CUNNINGHAM PARRISH General Offices chamber of Commerce Build aod sity ing Cincinnati O 13- T 8 BRON8TON Nn 41 39 43 Cincinnati 347 415 650 630 638 pm P P pm pm pm Xt IOTT1VTQIari T WELL8 B F CARR lew Livery and Eale Ms COAL CO C T WELLS CO Yard COAL m -- Col uyPartofTom Â¬ Â¬ CRAPSEY 46 Aroliiteots Wiggins Block Cincinnati BROWN THOMAS B AYRES O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Can refer to buildings successfully erected In Richmond Maysville Mt Sterling Winchester and O wings ville 66 Now open at Myers old lumber yard next to Second Presbyterian church Pump Repairing a Specialty Ail Quickest delivery in town Lowest IQT Special attention paid to the ale kinds of pumps kept at C T Wells ft and exchange of Real Estate and to the Coh Coal yard or W Q Whites Drug prices Try us 17- collection of all kinds of accounts 47 46 0 T WSLL3 00 60 49 Store Real Estate and General Collecting Agency Mccarty Steam SoftiCoal and Anthracite Pluxabinjr 0m an Fitting Nnt and Lump CoaL