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Digital page images are linked to the text file. sat x rf-i-fi- ngA rf rj cty3 r 7p3r ri VOLUME III speiTi it- f I 1 Hi Mrs BUsmohe ou ly Lniared RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY ArML 3 1890 Salriet hapel street seri John Lawrence 05 yean of age 321 Cliapel street interniUy injored Mr and Mrs Sahrie aged 6i and 38 badly injured nNt heel William Wclis 17 ytars of age bal ly injured about head and left ankle broken Henry Sievers Indianapolis fatal internal William Heiser news asent missing THE COURIER JOURNAL Comment m tonents accompanied with liail stones the size of walnuts The wind in greatest v loeitv followed andlheaooad which it cansea was deafening to hear One hundred packet wagons in line and running n the streets odd not have made louder noise Women and children night clothing in ran through the streets frsghtene I out of w its their The situation is brrible in the ex t rem and words are inadequate to sutnniarize the situation In I 11 IB i w i 1 PJeJ Piper NUMBER 42 APPALLING The Louisvillo Swept by a Cydon itj of Ky Tfce Number of Dead Will Reach Into the Scores While the Injured Will Number Hundreds SEVERAL HUNDRED BUSINESS HOUSES DEMOLISHED - greatest fury aud the aestruc the moat extensive Breaking through breaks in the knobs which shelter the city the whirlwind p through the pretty suburb of Fairland and pr from southwest to north- fast struck Hat city at about Eighteenth and lis in narrow coti liicnce 11 proceeae fiiies dipping to the earth and causing havoc or bounding high into the air ore the roofs of buildings When Baxter pjare v- - reache atJef ferKin and Twelfth tiT storm spread vered a wide stretch on Je Market Main and down - the river at Sixth street where it disajeieired The Tihm i4re Hasaa -The pride of Louisville is its imnn n tobacco ware holism on Main Of these only three II laiia four md men ar employed in this rv and mo t of tlim 09 tiiMU r SJ mil VJ MM Mil I ai n XllJiU 1111111 Bereawai snatto be seen in an e with hundreds of l upon each other amid tion is i wo unknown colored women Thaddens Haaon fiiaii illn C B Hathaway Chicago Charles lessen ireuch Philadelphia Frank raine barkeeper J B Schildt undertaker 339 East Market ft A small child of George W Cus caden Park Cornell 1104 West Crei n street Mary Ryan Katie McCvne Mary Mc Ginty Bridget Crow- - Jlaggie Ciimp beH all lauudrv girls in tlie Louisville Â¬ m were DEPARTMENT IS EILLED WITH BRIGHT CLOTH - hotel ER Mi- - t- ii HI K 1 I tKMNO OF THE -- N I BaUtV HI MM l WJkM I MIKLUEI Km ltiiiu a Hmm LpCi on Main Mr rt from Kiylitli to Fuurtrrnili gtrrcts A Clrau Swrrp in the JiMrirt truck Tli Iniou Oeimt 1 all Crush nip a IiKxnur Train but the lassen Kscape Miraculously Wide jri Sprcs 1 Maaajtar in the Wake of the Which Also Visited S inlhern Illinois and Indiana CD inn ati March D The following Ky Friwa re t i od from Louisvillday morning awat 5 oclock Ai r ck Lojjovillo at 730 Thursday evening It entered the southeastern Kirtion of the city at Eighteenth and swept a path five blocks inallv reaching in a ragged line Si emli tr et leveling every building in its jiath probably 2 500 houses 1 killed at 500 ith thousands injured Th city filled with a crazed ma3 of people wild ly seeking fheutla A large force of men i a work on the ruins and about ILK bodies have been reeovere L It is im possible to get names Buildings on Main from Eighth to Fourteenth are in ruins Not one of re left the handsome wholesale and all the toliaocn warehouses are swept away On Market street Fall City hall et a four story building was prostrated enured to viewing the re- Â¬ while several Masonic and Knights of main of victims of accident declared Honor lodges were in session and 100 that the dec LxKiie presented the most borribe sights in their experience anil people men and olin i are buried rts quailed Beads were under it Every other house on Market cruniexl and aume ilriost cut in two and JefTerscn and Walnut from Tenth were Flattened and so to Sixteenth streets is in ruins Fort with dirt as to give a mummified land a suburb b swept away riTitr Mx Itswfaa Icfxit and Train Crushed have been ex At the Union depot at the foot of re are supposed to be Seventh street the Chesajieake and Ohio bulled trail for Washinrt ra was just starting Al Msxer Sq r Iark out filled will pjaarrrrr The buildBaxter Square park the beautiful ing was protrau d crashing in on the breathing shi of the city located at Twelfth train All the passengers were how- Jefferson and Immense U littered with fallen trees tre a which have ever rex iic but one newsliov Such withstood the storms f yctirs were torn desolation no city his known in this up like so many piajthin century Lvery building tree and even In the H k d nt Portion ph pole is level h within the dissag into the portion on every side are to see fantastic tricks trict of the whirl wind It tr Predicted In many platen the entire fronts of i predicted by the sig buildings have been icxtroi ly iidi tin Tliurxiay afternoon away leaving the remainder untouched interior stands revealed but no heed was paid its warning The The 7 phty m ith rjcloa scarce a warning The l it housewife stands in the round and n al the buildings struck niidat of the desolation gating abstract i in their edly at her carpets splattere with mud the inlial iants wer tiiU eVort toescape and furniture crushed into kindling wlten tli ir hmes collapsed The dis- Â¬ woo Here avd there the storm relented and trict laid wast coniprises an area of the pass d over buildings and bow and then city three mil- - s lung and nearly half a simplv carried oft roofs or tore oI a cxir ner of a building mile v Every description of wagon has been The Kiiin on Fire preaaed into service of moving oclock seven different fires were aax tin thnrches burning al one time They were all ex If wi church licd No trains have arrived from ruined are St Johns athiie church Cincinnati or Lexington or the south on the Lomsvlhe and Nashville Southern and convent of the acred Heart aad red Metiiodt t church on or Chesapeake and Ohio last night All Twelfth street The roof and steeple of the railroads with the exception of the th Third Presbyterian church were Pennsylvania lines are compelled to sus blown av in walking about one is struck by the pend operations gaiety of s ectators in striking contrast In Indiana to the sombre scene of destruction This The cyclone crossed the river striking may be accounted for from the fact Jeffersonville Int badly wrecking that but few erous of note perished Vrr S ertunate Front street which is on the river but It is au extremely fortunate thing that no lives were lost Hundreds of wound- Â¬ the fatonn strnck at an hour when the ed hare been taken to their homes and ware houses and ar e wholesale houses the hospitals All the physician in the had been emptied of employes Other the loss of life might liave been city are engaged in attending thein fearful GREATLY EQAGGERATED lamage iris done to the boats lying in the river A number of coal bargee The first Arounii of the Loss of Life were saved by Cap Kirkex of the City from the Storm of MadLon CiMiNwi Marcli St The Evening At tlid tuion Tppot Mturday published the following The Union depot at Peventh street udeut iu Louis and the river an open iron structure is from ville a complete ruin Trains were overThe d taster at Louisville is the worst turn il but strange to sav none of the in the history of the city Happily the passenger were hurt W illiara Gressle neper of the lunch stand is the only one f lift ij oC near so large as was re jxred when excitement be eft men of reiKrted kiliel Superintendent Wood Â¬ their sob- judgment and rumors were ward of the Monon was bruised and badly shaken up iiving thick aid fast Coaservativt ltuaril of Trade Meeting en plaoe the loss of life at from lima A meeting of the board of trade was la while others say it will llM B 111 tin- - m ust uTcstsarily held at noon Friday and was largely at Â¬ tended lresideut William Cornwall elapse-- before the exact facts are known Jr appointed a relief committee of fifty KsaBSi Tiie 1iojrertv and an executives committee of seven Tliere is no doubt that the business of selected to secure homes fw the home- Â¬ Ixmisvdie lias received a severe blow less Within a few minutes 15000 was from which it will take some time to re-Â¬ subscribed A meeting of the general relief com cover Estimates on property losses run rrrrTtrT of the board of trade was held at 1000000 to 1000000 from 6 ii m at which the mayor and city Almost upon arriving in the ill fated council were represented city the visitor was impressed with the The board of relief Friday issued an fact that something unusual had oc address to the people stating that a por- Â¬ yards wide and curred to interrupt the routine of daily tion of ti was visible tltree tuiias long through the business Oreat excitement life nnd raajdenoe lii tricls had been deÂ¬ Business was practically everywhere gathered in vastated with ii loss of about seventy Â¬ klerchants ewprndrid groups here aad there and d cussed the five lives and J00iev worth of property Tne address states that while the horror Gtvat crowds lined the streets calamity is jgrsal the citizens feel able going ii the direction of the de- - to cope wih it Kcports showed that all m was 20000 the total relief vastated district In the neighborhoods where death had to which i iiM voted by council is to f relief have been re be added reaped hi- - richest harvest intense anxi on the faces of those ceied from all directions etv v a- The tornado only lasted two minutes those reati ee or friends were buried and was accompanied by vivid flashes of in tlie ruins rain The When the destroying demon of the lightning and the moon winds had sated his maw by razing the rlwfr part d revealing frail little cigar building he toik a curi- which shed its mild rays upon the oene ous freak Killed Bounding up at an angle of io degrees Mrs Mary Hasson Seventeenth and the upper noor only of the west wing of Here Lytie hotel was carried away rtland avenue a proprietor of a laundry Annie ith little girl had quart betw his wife aji i and The wife and child tisoroughly terrorto the spot and would ized sto A en teen th and no doubt have perished had not the husband with presence ol mind sei place of rson Nineteenth and Walnut them and il Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ str--et- s j The new Phoenix warn liousjust completed is a mass of ruins Th 00- cisim of its opening wa mde a gala one and on the day before the di aster a largo delegation of astern were royi I entertained ihi oa Main street are V Company kxas and btmds rvat Kiverto- bnoOO waiebonse 1 ail- - City ware hou e Kentockj Scale comnanj and Louisville Wine corn At BM PaUa City Hall lli iid iu- Tails City hall building It w on Market street near Twelfth tint the io iUat most harshly with human The building was a three siorv brick and towered alove its fellows thus reeivig the brunt of the storm It was completely destroyed Over 200 people are supposed to have teen in the building but the number cannot be known telinitely for some time Ropes ad bed at Eleventh and Twelfth JntasVjKd members of tin Iousville Legion the crack military organization and xlice kept back the immense crowd which swayed to and fro and with morbid curiosity feasts on the terrible Mane Now altogether pull is the shout and all heads pull a the long rope at Â¬ tached to a heavy timlier and rush into n with picks cautiously feel their way in the ruins expecting every moment to Lrinto view a man Â¬ gled foriii Among tle e are relatives w and their deep anxiety is manifested in the intensity of their work twelve bodies wi re taken out of nt part of the rutns on Friday morning ipd taken to the improvise the rear of Buckleys saloon - on Alain sceet fr in Sixth as scene of far as T Heavy timbers bamga pieces of piles of cornice tapbone and t roofing graph wire are core e isa nas Puff works Avery foundry w - broken atreet between r Mary 1ius Seventeenth ad ii and the deep aaaaaaaaassSl esaM of reso is oft BTaWaWSC of drivi - Henrys unknown colored men at Tobe stable Thirteenth between e to en Magariue i an 1505 Magazine v- of That rvior on Tllys Calamity The Courier Journal Saturday morn- Â¬ ing said The result of the terrific torn uo which struck IiuisviIe Thursday night do not become le s appalling as they are more distinctly defined There vwis unless in some unimportrnt detail ro ex ation in the aocount of the calamity which Tho Courier Journal published yesterday morning The blasted section in the light of day smites the spectator w ith a most impressive sense of elesolation All day yesterday th work of reclaiming the tleat of saving stocks of clearing in some de giee the streets of canvassing the needy sannag those so suddenly de- prived of their subsistence of raising funis to supply their wants was aval- Otisly and all day the Si were thronged with tluiusands curious to look upon tlie hrrors which had been visited ujKn their fellows Daylight beside disclosing more plainly the nature of the disaster litis more reasonable approximations of the extent cf its knees m live s and property although tln j s yet must lie only approximations At the lateatao counts only ninoty two iMKties have been recovered from the ruins while it is futile to speculate by how many the list of the dead w i 1 be ina eased as the work of reclamation progresses or as injuries to those yet living prove fatal About twenty survivors are very seriously if not naortnuy hurt atreet There are various estimates as to the A Stterling East Market 6treet materia o s A cons realive calculaÂ¬ Elmer E Barnes 32K Chapel street 000000 dost Annie E Miles lCtl Portland avenue tion makes it about place it considerably more than that Clarence O Looser 13 Ninth stieet astfcstate is 3500000 figure inns Iteibert Hamilton residence unknown Prompt Dieaa res are being laken for Mrs John Uoran 1841 Portland ave- Â¬ the relief ol si lerers City council has nue 200C0 for this poipcae Four unknown men mangled beyond appropriate and tO00 nioivtias been subsenbeei ly recognition The following deaths were reported by citizens of lxiisvile This sum will lie increased in pro- Â¬ funeral directors R Peniker residence 1538 Lytle portion to requirements and there is every rea 011 to say to sympathetic out street ssders that Ixiuisville alone can and will S Tarker Cornell 1102 Creen street prove e ual to caring for her unfor- acobC Lusher 19 Ninth street J B Sediieldt residence Ease Mar- Â¬ b viewed the ruins Fri ket sUeet da in timnn with Mr Scowder dtv 1ritz Hep 1742 Maple st ion his return he issued the Mrs Chestnut ftreet r am t on Mr McKee Wsdiinee Iianville Ky V THE MAYOR Mr Stevens Kightfa and Jefferson streets very of Ixxlies Mi li lgs and in order to Frank Paul Jr 2220 Weal Walnut injury by remous of Street Lucre Ua Drageo aged 4t 2517 West resid- nis sllillt thos Jefferson Ireet v within bereinoiter yT Kelly Eighteenth street Mmiyl distri ts of the city of Louisville are Cliris Mull Fifteenth and Jefrerson hereby prohi ited from going with tho same street until further orelers any pe rjor or persons John Emerick Eighteenth and Maple except those herein exempted from the streets of this order who are found within John Hamilton said districts will be at ones am sted by the Jeihn haniont 207 Seventh street police Said districts are hereby alaesd Mre Bishop charfe ane under the contrtil of the police of Mr Rerl Fifteenth and Walnut streets tho city of Louisville Said districts are as Rode Lyjis 212tt We st Walnut follows Jefferson street from Te nt to Mr- McLaughlin Eighteenth and Twelfth street Market street from Eifihtb ltaird streets to Twelfth street Main street from Seventh Miss Emma Heetetler Thirty six street to Twelfth street and High avenue AT GRAND TOWER ILL A Stetibling East Madison street Jake Boendets Portland avenue Thisvnre Anglemeier Twenty third Four IVrsoni Reported Killed and a Number Wmllidrd and Market Etrei Grand Tower 111 March 31 About i buliivan Mrs Horn Ninetnth street anci Port430 Thursday afternoon a terrific cyclone land avenue half a mile in width paaaed over the city J D Hathaway of CSlicaa and towns adjoining laying waste everyPark Cornell i104 West ire n street thing in its path and spreading death n Runwell son of ICe v S E and desolation in many boonm Barnwell killed Grand Tower escaped with hut the Xrs Mary McComh alley between Thp cargo of a church Twe and Thirteenth Walnut and shiltcr of the Hitchcock wharfboat was Ira son taken the bank some 30it feet The Robert Sullivan Sixteenth and Maga Â¬ freightujkjiithe wharf waa damaged only on zine by ram The worst of the storm wps John Paul among the homes of the poor colored Hill residence unknown inhabiMh iim Mary Schatter Twenty eighth Tin- following were killed George ifeyers a water boy in a stone atreet arid proposed extension of Maeli quarry kilie i by Hying debris white on son his way home John Emerick Eighteenth and Maple James McCulline Eighteenth and Maple John E Bright killed by a flying splinter John Baidy Sixteenth and Grayson William Siibrie tailor Chaped street Infant of Mrs Jane Carter colored Bud Lusher Ninth between Mud and killed by falling timber in their home which was demolished Market Mrs Connor white a widow sup Walter Davis Pleasant street to have been blown into the river Infant of Mrs Austin Walnut and ignite a number were injured some of Thirteenth Spuire James M Stevens Eighth and them seriously lefferson John liavis the mnil agent was just Charles Siebcrt Cliapel street between ieaviie the wharf with hi i team when the storm struck Etta waon was blown Main and Market Sullivan Main street between away but he suifered no injuries The Masonic hail roof was blown off Fifteenth aud Sixteenth Heischer Twelfth street between and the Odd Fellows hall was com- Â¬ pletely demolished lefferson and Market A StruelcTing East Market stn AT METROPOLIS Elmer E Barnes 328 Chapel streak Annie E Miles lft21 Portland avenue But One Life aaal Hny Injured Loss Clarence Looser 35 Ninth street KlKlOOO Robert Hamilton residence unknown Cincinnati March 31 The following Mrs John Horan 1841 Pertland was received from Metropolis III SatAvenue Fear unknown men mangled lieyond urday morning and is quite different from ilie news of Friday which stated ree ognition Rudolph Senger mechanic Louisville that several hundred lives had been lost there and Nashville railroad 124 Zane ftreet Metropolis 111 March 29 At C Genevieve Sims 4 years 1124 West p m a terrible cyclone from the southMarket street Henry Lingo Fifteenth and Tyler west struck this city creating a damage to property of 100000 or more streets Mr Sullivan killed at Sixteenth and came acrais and up the Ohio river striking the steam ferry ix a Haaaac Magazine streets Companys wharf Mrs Horn residence Nineteenth and and J C Willis Portland streets killed at Falls Citv boat first making almost total wieoka of them hall The Kiverside llourinj mill loat its D Den Ker residence 1538 Lytle roof and part of the wall street killed at Falls Citv hall Two three story brick business houses A E Miles residence 1703 Prtland on Front street were wrecked besides a avenue killed at Falls City hall number of frame structures S Parker Cornell residence 110 Shelton Brother foundry and Glass Green street killed at Elevenh and Mentons stave factory were demolished Market streets Tlie First National bank building lost Fritz Depp residence 1742 Maple its roof front wall aud shed The glass 6trect front was broken to atoms Mr Mason residence Chestnut street All the churches are badly damaged between Fourth aud Fifth killed at V M Shieks pottery works was wrecked S Wnghf s Mr McKee resident of Danville killed anil do ens of residences were blown down or unroofed at V S Wrights Its track was about one fourth M Stevens father of William Stevens the fireman residenc Eighth atid Jef- Â¬ mile wide in town and a mile in the country Svhere it was just as severe ferson streets killed at Falls City hall nlv one life was lost that of a Frank Paul Jr residence 2220 West woman but a number are badly hurt Walnut street Latjuratia A Dragoo 4O yean- resi- Â¬ AT JEFFEPSONVILLE IND dence 2517 West Jefferson street Mrs Kellv residence Eighteenth and Eighteen lllocks of Builliugs Destroyed High killed at Falls City hall No Lives Lost M sny Injnred Chris Mill residence Fifteenth and Jeffkkson villi Ind March 29 A Jefferson killed at Falls City haf tornado of disastrous proportions visited John Hamilton killed at lalls City this city at BuJO o clock ihursdny night hall lis course was ram tlie east and went John Remont residence 207 Seven- due we t ruining one half of the buildteenth street killed at Falls city hall ings in its way Residence on Market Mr Reil resieles at Fifteenth acd Wal- Â¬ street from Walnut to West Spring nut killed at FaBs t ity hall street are total wrecks and from WalJake Baunden residence Portland nut street to the extreme western p r Â¬ avenue between Fifteenth and Sevention of the city on Front street a dis teenth killed at FalLs City hall tance of eighteen blocks all the buildRodl Lyps residence 212a Wert Walings are down and the thoroughfare nut street killed at Falls City hall presents the appearance of being rim at Falls City hall Mrs through a sausage machine Fortunately ence Eig titeenth no one was killed but many are more S City hall or lees badly injured John Kiehl T 19 Fifteenth street The rain at the time was oomint down The work of determining the number of dead aud wounded isnecessariy slow anu mav take several aays Mrs Kittie Trotter Walnut aud ThirHighest of all in Leavening Power teenth leg crushed Mrs M Wooda Walnut and Thirteenth hea 1 bruLseil Charles Doolan Walnut ami Thir- Â¬ teenth face brused Mr otevens Tenth and Jefferson arm -Â¬ j d 1 1 --pro-visii11 Â¬ Â¬ Virgil Wrights Unknown woman Twenty sixth and Mauazine Fat latdy clerk of S E Edmunds Charles Jenks Unknown man killed in street car at lcnth and Main streets Pev S E Barnweli rector ol St Johns Episcopal church Police Odicar White Baldwin McLaughlin Eighteen and Baird streets August Heischer master of the Falls City market Mrs Allen Peterson pant Theodore Angermeier Twenty third and Market streets J B McCollom brickmaker Thirteenth and and Maple streets William Demarr Pullman Falace Car company Mrs E Hoffstetter Thirty sixth and Hieh streets Mis- - Castleman Seventeenth strtet Theinlore Aeglemen Thirty thirl and Market streets Kudolph Senire Mecfaaais Louisville M Zave street and Nashville railroad Genevieve Sims 4 years llit west Market sreet Henry lingo Fifteenth street and Tyler avenue Esquire James M Stevens Eighth and Jefferson strHts John Kiehl 749 Fifteenth street Charles Sieberi chapel Street between Main and Market streets Sullivan Main street between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets J Fleischer Mrs Mary Schatler Twenty eighth ue of Danville killed in lo ey tuuiitv ft Evansvilik tlio Falls received from Ind March loint towns county on the Rising river fiat Iieailj one hundreel people wt r ii d and injured and that a Brrml sicians ha alio to injmed 1 here is no chi ing anything reliable from At New Castte l ti - Tiiere NEW Castik Ind Man i high winds but no damage in Henry comity by Thui sday nigi t s storm AT GRAND RIVER KY WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices GOODS Better Goods Largest Variety and EVERY I Yes iwGre in the front of Spring and ahead of em all atl rc i k Three KUle d and Seventeen Hurt IUI1 ititil Krhlgr Ocstrord EvansviliJ Ind March 31 James Norfoleet a director of the Grand River company at Grand River Ky arrived in this city late Friday evening and brought details of the havoc played there by the storm The city is located about eighteen miles south of FMurah and midway between the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers It is a smal place and the headquarters of a company organized to develop the iron industry The principal ofiiee was completely destroyed tue heitel so and eiht other houses lown down and destroyed Richard Beck Abe Murray and a little boy were killed and seventeen others seriously in- Â¬ Â¬ m GOODS Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of your desires WE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and Latest Styles REMEMBER COME Guile Sprin and SEE US II COM TO LOOI OR jured ItrUlge Wrerkei The new iron bridge just constructed over the Cumberland by the Newport News and Mississippi Valley Railroid oompany near Kuttawa waa wrenched from the piers and thrown into the river At Basijf i Hie Tl e trici tf the storm was also through Eddwilh- - where it struck a settlement and killed two persons and woandeel nineteen others At Blarkforil Kr Evajarvnxz Ind MarchSl A letter received from Plackford Kv at UHU oelock last night confirms tfie report of the terrible calamity at that point Tlie correspondent statei that nearly the entire town was swept away on Taaniaday night Put few houses remain stand and these are badly damaged Many iHople were killed The damage nnd loss of life in lie country are re ported very large but nothing letiahl could lie learned as there was no ohaoce to make an investigation owing to the country Howling Graaai Snf Cincinnati March 31 A special from Mayr TJ Smitii of Bowling tir y to the American ire ss Assoc ia ion says The paragraph in the Cincinnati papem saying that wlin5 Green haei been ilownaway is untrue We had a severe storm but no damage done At Marion Ky MBlsy Ky March 31 This eitv was devastated by the same storm That pht sooh ruin at Louisville There was great loss of life Â¬ Youre Just as Welcome as WETHER HIT COVINGTON iJO TV Main MITCHELL ar Street Hotel Glvnlon OLIVER PLOWSlnr Ink avJ anas I STORE First Doer Above Fanners Comet Flour Sifter- 10c Gallon Coffee To 26 inch uanl Suw Be up Suspenders from 15c up Covered Basket Quart Coffee Iot 3 pronged meat 4c Bi Kitchen Spot n Milk Skimmers 1c Fine Salt and 1ejiptors Napkins up The largest linen iitick Towel i IN MISSOURI N Five DMreliliijrs Demolished In Itloom lc m Tliur day a terrible cyclone stru the little town of Iloomsdale in the northwestern part of the count an in ksaJHP ip St Gfxkvieve Lives Lost Mo March 31 Abort an instant itvis transformed into mass of ruin Fire dwelling fa were literally blown to pieces but i mod fortune the irmates of fo r u4 them were at church and e cap The other house contained Mr Fred prick Boyer a id his family four er i and by a miracla they eacapad nan The bouse waa utterly blown to i The frame superstructure of the aV olie church steeple was blown o an Mime of the heavy stones upon which real d were wrenched from their and came crashing down through I Mens and Boys HEAVY jury MaffEAIl fi Y SHACKELFORD GENTRY Tinware Wooflenware House Msbi Hardware DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF AT COST POR S Xi2Ii no one anxiously waiting to learn the til e the 101 0000 burbela of coal ia Ik r which were mooted t Louisvill v v the tornado occurred and whi owned by Pittsburg people The Indianapolis KallaCCa ai Indiana ii us March 3 The reM coris organfased here was not sent to Louisville word being received that iu se vices would not be needed 1 f Il I vls hurt ttttabaajj it 11 BY Drop in ami 41- Size us I - 4 toal m II M JJ UK- 1 M CHEXAULT IEooiIsl BROOKS CHENAULT BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Heal Esta IB Brokers Richmond Kentucky liars of City and Country Prop- Â¬ ld ami buugbt on CoruroisnitM Correwpondeoea solicited and prompt atteutu u giveu afir Office in J tiiti Hennetfs law office Branch office at Stockton A 38- Brooks Dtuk Store LnrK 43- - PRICES CURRENT Review of the Stock Money Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March aCSCCyw jv Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds erty and Cattle Market for March S3 Money was easy to day and offered througou the niorniuj at Sj- pjr cent Currency 19 lfc90 tt Property Â¬ Â¬ sixes 118 bid fours coupon 133 do 103J bid bil The stock market waa extremely dull thi only S3 188 shares changing hsjids moraine in the two hours to the close Krie Xew Knghtad Rock Island Texas Pacific Jersey Centra and Lackawacna absorbed most of There was no feature in the speculation counection with the dealings Pries surged gradually to the close when th y aem a fraction lielow those of yesterday The bank statement was somewhat favorable showing an increase in the reserves of 915 950 r m 0fof IiHTIVl n FREE csciciiii vuriKlnHtn ar unini tni Mir un1ri ud u st sbo I tooMC Fruit T ui riT fo wwill MmllKtB ISSVI I mib lortir Only I Crnamontal -s Trees For Sale or Rent icor Tb foiliwine to neiclil thow wh rll t Th bo sod thus around 70 ptoniTip of rhw rrfertim nt le- tli Hnotl od f th tMtttJ t h u at one co nk tur b la rhse10 Alt yrmor rro1 ntni is hw or tho I of T tfliri to 4I nr rt iif nrivttrplvJ lh rasssllii Aav AnA larirfS two nlorv an nc iuiiii w mi mny iHvnr me w nil infir oriivm I lwoor vt iieiiiic tii at otaiitraiu r tun ntiu rAvi Shr Ailal Plants namely Apples Pears std Tlif Boot and Shoe firm of Wallao AL PLni 1Lliiiiiiii Drptiirs ias va v iici tr 1 A Rice Richmond Ky tli volvetl - Evergreens Water Strawberry Planton a goo comer lot In Ellls- - by multial consent on Monday Match MaplH Ac Adilresa ton Ky knoau as ili prowr- - 3rd 1S90 C WALLAl K P F ADAMS Waco Kv 35 42 tv 10 mm 7 T Rtl L JK H H OLYER hm tpni l 11 yyiii uc nlnacil iu iMt 4otrvj n l Dissolution Uotice - ts-rv-d- nro Atchinson 37 I V 108 Tu1 135 CC Del DL Krio CU Q C Mich Oat N Y Central 98 107 111 1bri lh llftirtl lru Hudson H Lake Shore Li N WHKAT Miss Ohio Pacific Mail Rock Island 107 Bt Paul 83X Western Union Northwestern vr li ipce BiUKirCOUoirsO PolLAJI MIS Btt r writ t one W rt rrriytocnr aotibl of it hoik It U W will loo how t1 as r jiijt OlUKc riUUofc 8uiel Hn 24V fs 81 line merino 1819c blood combing SJ34c medium delaine aud clothing 2436e Draid 18g3Hc medium combing 24ifiV- fleece washed tine merino X and XX JSvrc medium clothing 30iJ 31c delaine 3031c Hat Choice timothy sells at 1050llor ler ton prairie brings ft00850 straw -- Corn Wool 31ax Unwashed Cincinnati 75i83c L O OK CLOTHING - ATTH I S I Good to choice batchers 4003 440 laL-- wuuiii 0 common LS0i75 stockers and feeder Jtt 754 10 Hogs Selected butchers and heavy ship tJ435 common and rough packing 3 C5S5 411 fair to good light 410 4 35 pigs 3 75 4415 f50000 Cattle THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF furnishing lJ ping43Tgr440 Sheep fair to Rood packinK41o - SpHuto Lambs 35025 8001100 Pittsburg CLOTHING I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cattle Prime 480480 good 4109 440 fair S3 03380 bulls stags and fa cows 350350 fresh cows 30004000 Hogs Medium selected 400445 best Yorkers 42i43 common to fair 415 430 pigs 3 y0g4n Bhebt Extra 810630 good 580 600 fair to good 47SoU common 300 3W iambs 7llc Â¬ Â¬ Chicago Hogs Light 41C430 mixed 410i 430 heavy 1300440 Cattle Extra bwron 1651500 steers 3354G0 Sheep mixtil 150350 stockers and 4 006 00 17 BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND GAPS EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND Â¬ U S Govt Report Aug 1889 Â¬ broken platfo ger escaped The Greatest i v-- rnepanjen- - the stoowepaed to Forts eenth street be-t- spice injured Mrs John MeCjnib alley letween and CTanitiiiit iihajnwl Twelfth and Thirteenth and Walie to a e Grayson inte rcally injured J hn Emerich saloon keeper at 4UiJi Maple killed under the broken Catherine Timmons Eightoer th and Broadway internally injured Morris Thomas Kmminenoe Ky Oild Felloes lialL backi Charlie McBridc 1525 West Ciiestnut Balding I Intend to Sell Them at Some Price msmm bwder ABSOLUTELY HfRE W A POWELL MKEBS COR3iTwE3I ft THE CLIMAX The I some stockmen are pay ing attention to it in railroad language the Big Four Willard Lathrop Hoffman and Cou- The saddler and trotter are reparated and gar But women dont ocuut Dont there is less breeding for the combined - - Editor FRENCH TIPTON count Elijah was brave enough to kill horse The coming generations of harfour hundred aud fifty fale prophets ness horses may not all be two thirty 11 WEDNESDAY BY but they will have undoubtedly a but the next day becowardly ran away when one woman got after him If one btrong way of going which will render Climax Printing Co bad woman could frighten such men as them more valuable for the road FarmWm G White Ch as S Powell Elijah what can we not expect from ers Home Journal NEW WINE NEW BOTTLES 250000 of the grandest women of The Republican party cant give us PRICK IFR YEAR MATRIMONIAL- 150 prohibition Bible says it cant Hows America - - - April 2 1890 Says you ut ii t put new wine in that Wednesday dont be afraid A beautifully engraved invitation redrink old bottles The Savior couldnt work Of the results of doing right If man ceived at The Climax office reads NOAH BEGAN THE MISCHIEF iu the church of the Saddticees aud will do his part God will do his and Mr and Mrs David Lostutter request It is thought that the death list New wine new there will be a glorious victory of God your presence at the marriage of their It has been said that Noah invented Pharisees Why in Louisville will not go above strong drink and that tbe devil went bottles Wesley was as helpless in the aud Home and Native Land We have daughter Alice Bradbury to Talton Em- tad the property loss not be English church Why only to stand firm and we shall con- bry Tuesday alternoon April 8th at half yond 2000000 as the result of iuto partnership with him Noah has moss covered new bottles The Aboli- vert the good Republicans nud the good past four oclock Aurora Ind 1S90 gone out of the firm the business en New wiue Thursday nights tornado larged aud tbe government of tbe tionists couldnt get freedom for the Democrats DIEDDowii in Kentucky they tell me I 1uited States has been takeu into the slaves through the Whig party Why THL SCOTCH IRISH New wine new bottles A machine am trying to kill the Democratic party firm William Ham died on Silver Creek in The government owns ninety shares Can only do the work which it was and that the Republicans are furnishThe second annual gathering of out of 120 in the saloon business but built to perform You cant thresh ing the money When I cross the Ohio Madison county on Monday March 31st the Scotch Irish Congress will what is the government I remember wheat with a reaper even though it river they tell me I am t ying to kill 1800 aged 8j years convene at IittsburgPa on 20th once seeing a story about Ben Wade did do a good job of cutting You can the Republican party and that the Arch Duncan died near Waco on Sataged about 60 of May and continue in session who go on his horse iu Ohio and tear it to pieces however and get Democrats are furnishing the money urday March 29th i The Scotch Irish rode all the way to Washington hunt some material which can be used in What I am really trying to do is to years Buried near his home on Sunday three days have done vast work in America ing for the government He asked tbe the construction of a thresher The beat both because both are the protecThe two months old little girl of James and it i well they should assem- President but he said be was not the Republican party was made to abolish tors of the saloon which is the enemy Hill died near Million in MadUon county on Saturday March loth 1890 Buried ble annually to talk together over government He asked everybody in slavery It worked well But it cant of God an i men To ibis high end aud aim may lie in Richmond Cemetery on Sunday tbe Capitol and received he same an do the work needed now their achievements Why A short lime before tbe late Republi swer What did be do then manhood of every patriot in the land Frankie B daughter of J Frank and he simply got on his horse rode back can National Convention Albert Grif- respond through the loyal service of a Muggie Todd died on Saiurday March THE FLWU to Ohio and assembled all of the peo- fin prophesied that his party would de- conscience ballot 29th 1690 in Madison county of pneuThe Mississippi valley is suffer ple of bis town in tbe Court house yard clare for Prohibition in its National Italy the autumn sown wheat monia aged years and j months InterIn rom the worst flood it has ex- and told tlnm that they were the gov- platform He argued that three fourths looks well but stocks of 1889 corn are ment Sunday afternoon at family burying of the party was for Prohibition aud ernment Was he not right perienced for years The levees getting low and cousederable imports ground are broken in many places and OL BAINS HOISK THAT JACK IUIIT that of course three fourths could con will be uecessary before July Josiah Davis died at Brookstown in He was on the Ftrong trol one Prohibition the waters are running wild over What makes drunkards Madison county on Saturday March hundreds of square miles of terri- drink Who sells the driuk The sa- committee ou resolutions in that con NEWS PARAGRAPHS He was 29th 1S90 aged about 60 years when that committee de vention tory Thousands of people have loon keeper What created the saloon cided to and a platform without a The New York Ledger for March a conspicuous figure in Chenaults regimake The The law Who makes the law been driven from their homes and reference to the liquor curse why 22nd contains the first installment of ment and the survivors will be sorry to vast quantities of live stock have legislator Who makes tbe legislator didnt Mr Griffin bring In a minority an Irish story of to day by Harold hear of his death The Ohio and The tteople It is the bouse that Jack report been drowned Harvey Parrish died at his home the The one fourth forbade it Frederic which will set tLe hearts of Missouri rivers are rising and built only I do not say it now as alien Later on in the couveution came the Irishmen on fire The story is called Squire Phelps place two miles north of there is no telling what the conse- a boy I say now Richmond on the Red House pike on sympathy resolution During he The Martyrdom of Maev Intemperance is the fire the Dexil built campaign General Harrison made 26th 1800 aged near quences may le The gold premium in Buenos Ay res Wednesday March Strong drink is the fuel some seventy five speeches addressed has again advanced to R4 per cent 60 years He was one of the most sub- Â¬ That feeds the fire the Devil built delegations of Irish voters expressing There are great complaints that money stantial farmers of his community and GREAT sympathy for their countrymen suffer is extremely scarce and from 2J to 3 lived all his life near Red House until a Breweries and distilleries are the axe ing from British rule Delegations per cent per month is a common rate year or two ago The remains were de George w Bail tbf Silter toagied Ora That cut the fuel representing various trades and branch charged Failures in large numbers posited in Richmond Cemetery on Thurstor ef Kentucky Before tbe laaiaaa That feeds the fire the Devil built day es of business were assured of his best are reported of brokers and speculators ia troliibitiou onvrntioa Saloons and beer gardens are the stones wishes for their welfare but not one and appearances indicate hat a crash Alexander Chestnut the son word did he utter about the first con cannot be much longer postponed of D T Chesnut of this place was sud- Â¬ That whet the axes Tomlinson Ham Indianapolis cern of good government Griffin That cut the fuel Febrtaky 20 i an The Norwegian steamship Bratten denly cut off in the prime of a promising says get the temperance Republicans Tiiat feeds the fire that Jack built arrived on Monday from Puerta Cor manhood by an attack of pneumonia on and temperance Democrats together Indiana lhalaix tez Spanish Honduras with 12000 the 16th inst and was interred in the License laws are the molds Let us see how that will work Sen- bunches of bananas to Services at the The immense hall wa crowded with the A B Bu Woodbine Cemetery That cast the axes and shape the stones ator Colquit of Georgia a temperance representative meu and womeu to hear lach Fruit Co which is the first cargo grave by Elder Huffaker Mt Vernon That whet the edges Democrat aud Secretary Windom an of fruit Signal tbe gifted speaker and he was received brought here from Tnat cut the fuel anti saloon Republican meet to discuss America She will be followed Central The father of deceased recently lived at with loud and prolonged applause by That feeds the fire the Devil built a the great question They agree that Norwegian steamship Segne cow tbe Kirksville for its After thanking the assemblage due this great evil should be put down But at Puerta Cortez Baltimore Political parties are the patentees lal greeting he nai Journal Resolutions of Kespeet by Richmond Lodge the more they try to agree as to who of Commerce Who patented the molds I bring before you a great question No 25 A Y F AM should go into the others party the Cast the axes and shaped the stones greatest This Prohibition issue is the Henry Clay Lukens has niade a most Whereas God in His allwise provifarther they get apart They can only careful study of That whet the edges before the American people I American humorous dence has deemed it best to call to his final get together by laying aside all party That cut the fuel whether the movement is backed by a literature from its birth at tbe close ot home Brother R W Nash a sojourner prejudices and coming iuto the ProhiThat feeds the fire the Devil built gieat party but whether it is founded the seventeenth century up to the among us and whereas in all his dealings bition party upon a grand idea If it is a grand idea preseut day and be will contribute to with us and those of our community Bro And Prohibition Party ballots are the to raise 75000000 revenue annually by THROW VOIR VOTE AWAY the April number of Harpers Maga- Nash has made a reputation for dealing Sledge hammers t ctive tariff is it not a grander American on the square in all things Therefore be it Quincy Adams said tbe niau zine an article entitled John Destined to destroy the molds idea to save to the jieople StttOOO 1000 who has always voted for principle Literary Comedians which will preResolved That although in a land of Break the axes per year now going into tbe pockets of has the sweet conviction that he never sent in condensed form a survey of strangers far from his home and kindled Smash the stones the saloon keeper the brewer and disthis entire field The article will be people it was his expressed pleasure to be lost a vote Applause That whet the edges tiller If tariff reform U a grand idea illustrated with portraits cared for and our privelege and pleasure That cut the fuel In tbe last National election 5000 t temrance reform a grander The street car line from here to Row- to care for him in his last illness that his 000 Democrats led by Senator Colquitt That feeds the fire the Devil built oue I say to you that this question and Atherton of Louisville the one u land seems au assured fact Those who memory we will cherish that we will atWhat makes tbe drunkard involves more than all the other issues The sa- local preacher in the Methodist Church have investigated tbe matter sy it tend in a body his funeral services to permultiplied by the years of the oldest loon What makes the saloon Tbe the other a big distiller walking side by will pay handsomely Stock is being form the last sad rite committing his body What makes the law TheLeg lie liquor business law man among you side voted for Cleveland Five million taken pretty fast and it wont be long to the grave and his spirit to his maker is at the bottom of most of tbe business islature What makes the Legislature we hope before we can announce that Resolved That these resolutions be troubles between capital and labor The people And so my friends tbe Republicans followed Senator Blair a temperance man and Sheridan Shook the uecessary 5000 has been raised spread at large upon the minutes of the cry of people are directly responsible for the We hear the Water works an electric plant street Lodge published in a county paper and a But people come to me the big New York brewer they walked cars and the new drunkard HARD TIMES railroad ought to give copy be sent to the relatives of the de arm iu arm to tbe polls and voted for There ought to be no hard times iu a aud say they cannot put the traffic Harrison VV L Critciier In each of these proces Stanford such a boom as will raise her ceased I remember I said that same country having wealth soil water and down sions were 150000 ministers class lead- to the Importance that her position de J E Greenleaf ifticient to consume tiling about the slavery question when ers deacons and elders keeping step serves Stanford Journal Wm G White war broke out but we Southerners Reuben C Harris who was here the capital of the entire world What the Committee learned better about twenty years ago with saloon keepers brewers and dis- Monday trouble Overproduction some with one of his fine stallions tillers But tbank God there was a Hows This say But over production is not the It is not a question of cannot but of band of 250000 without a liquor man killed himself at his home uear Hubwill If the meu will not do It tbeu We oiler Oue Hundred Dollars Re cause of the trouble Store bouses ble Wednesday afternoon about four God Almighty will turn the women in it who marched bravely up and led with goods yet homes desolatc oclock He cut his throat In a barn ward for any case of Catarrh that cau Apvoted for Fisk and Brooks loose as he has In Missouri The pure plause for the want of that which fills the The time is coming when the on the premises where be was found not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh home is tbe corner stone of good gov louses banks glutted with money Christian man aud saloouist will step by the family No cause whatever Cure F J CHENEY CO Props needed in the commerce of the coun- ernmeut Home and mother deserve together no more can be assigned why he should have Toledo O try hix doctors attending a man very as much protection as sheep Some say I would vote with you if I done so as be enjoyed all the happi We the uudersigued have known ABOlT CONGRESS says There is an over prosick Oue Bless you ness seemingly that this life of sorrow didnt love my party m of blood he has the rush of A few years ago I was iu Congress that is all right to love your party but cold bestow He married Miss Liza F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all No said another iu the gallery A bill was introduced dout love it too long blood to the head Yesterday I Fugleman sister of Sam Englemaii business transactions ami linancially ot too much blood for his for the appointment of a commission to was coining down to Indianapolis Lancaster News feet are cold Tbe trouble with tbe make astronomical investigations A Suppose I had passed the station where G W Gentry the colored states able to carry out any obligations made by Iheir linn poor fellow was that bis blood did not few days later a bill was brought iu for I should have changed cars Con man was at borne Sunday He is now Wot Truax Wholesale Druggists circulate proiterly That is tbe trouble tbe creation of a commission to inquire ductor came around and says Heie holding down a 4 a day government iu the industrial world The blood job at a Camp Nelson distillery aud Toledo Ohio into the anatomy of the Kocky Moun your ticket says Indianapolis But Wadding Kinnan Marvin Whole finds it much more profitable than joiiey does not circulate to the tain locusts But when one of the hug his train dont go to Indianapolis an iusult to God to eat petitions ever presented to that exlremitipracticing law There are 40 or more Dniggit5 Toledo Ohio 1 know that Why did you remaiu Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internaltake bis blessings lock them up iu body came in asking the appoiutment on it Well you see the tram is storekeepers aad gaugers in the district stores leave children to starve aud of a commission to inquire into tbe ef an elegant train rides easy richly he says but three of whom are colored ly actiug directly upon the blood and then cry out over production iu a land fects of the alcoholic liquor traffic no furnished and I am in love with the He thinks the proportion is far from mucous surfaces of the system Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Drugof plenty actiou was taken thereon How long would I be in fair to the people who elected Mr conductor gists 41 44 Recently tbe Tribune aud tbe Times reaching Indianapolis by remaining Harrison but as he is enjoying the usuTHE WASTE OF THE SALOON of Chicago were loud iu their denunci- Â¬ ou a traiu that wasnt coming here fruct himself he is not kicking to any The liquor traffic takes from labor each year 550000000 Let tbis money ations of tbe proposed lottery in North For these reasons I get off the train alarming exteut Stanford Journal The Southern Iron Co has comout aud there will be no moreover pro- Dekota but had nothing to say of the whan It dout go my way Rode on HjCfa jjbakj duction for tbe over stocked atore five miles of licensed saloons in their the Democratic train a loug time menced the construction of its steel own city These editors should read Wheu I saw it was going in the direc- Â¬ plant at Chattanooga under the diaMtaeea will be lightened of their burdens Close every saloon iu Indianap- carefully that portion of tbe Bible tion of home destruction instead of rection of Mr R Talbott an English Home Protection the way I wauted expert who has been manager of large olis place a policeman at tbe door of which says something about straining to travel got off and jumped aboard basic steel works in England It is each to watch aud tbeu place some oue at a gnat and swallowing a camel MISS WIMAHIS PETITION the Republican traiu It wasnt long proposed to build two 20 ton basic Sieelse to watch the policeman laughter 6 oclock there would not be a and at Tbe great Republican Convention before that train ran into a round house mens furnaces and follow these as applause and there it has remained rapidly as possible with others until beef steak in a butcher shop or a loaf met in Chicago in 1884 Tbe commitof oread iu a bakery in tbe city I am tee on platform was asked to denounce ever since aud the passengers aud crew the full plant has a capacity of 3000 surprised that business men do not rise the Heathen Chinese What will you have done nothiug except talk about tons of steel a week With IbU great tbeir trip from Sumpter to Appomat- enterprise at Chattanooga lor making up iu arms against tbis infamous traffic give us The vote of California Laughter I am now aboard a basic steel the 1000000 plant at Mid trom a business staud poiut if from no In she goes Protection for wool was tox traiu going in the right direction the dlesborough for the same purpose and other For it is a cancer eatiug away asked What will you give us The the vitality of the business interests of vote of the sheep grower In she goes speed may be slow but on examination Bessemer furnaces to be built at the nation as surely as tbe oue that Tbe manufacturing interests demanded I find there is plenty of water in the Greensboro N C and Johnson City CMVR sapped away the life of Geueral Grant continued protection Applause aud Tenti the South has practically com- Both the method and results whet What will you tank to make the trip There are lots of men wbo menced its steel industry Manufac Syrup of Figs ia taken it is plcasaut give us J WANT To UO TO CONGRESS Heavy contributions to cor- laughter and refreshing to the taste and acts ruption funds In she goes Miss THINK MOKE OF PARTY THAN OF OOD tures Record And when I get there I shall write gently yet promptly on the Kidneys During the last campaign in a town upon oue of tbe walls in golden letters Francis E Willard that queen of the Liver and Bowels cleanses the systhe words of Gladsto ie It is the duty American platform asks for protection in New Jersey tbe Democratic and tem effectually dispels colds head What Republican parties each had a big paof government to make it easy for tbe for the homes of the nation aches and fevers and cures hal itual will you give us The prayers and rade Neither was molested But when people to do right aud difficult to do constipation Syrup of Figs is the wrong aud on the other wall the Uie blessings of the womanhood of a few Salvation Army people under only remedy of its kind ever prowords of Burke What is morally America How was her petition treat took to march the stieets they were duced pleasing to the taste and aced was found on the floor of tbe arrested and locked up God Almighty It wroug cannot be politically right I ceptable to the stomach prompt in Senator Stanfords Palo Alto horses its action and would construct an arch of the words committee room covered with tobacco couldut have a procession iu that town truly beneficial in its I would sooner be right than spit When the Republican party spit If every Democratic and Republican were on saie in New York last week effects prepared only from the most of Clay President aud under the arch write upon the petition of so grand a body member would work for a week for On Wednesday among those sold were healthy and agreeable substances its the church as they work for their po- 27 at prices ranging from iox to 5 000 many excellent qualities commend it the words of Grant I will fight it of women aa Miss Willard represented it feathered the quiver thataball pierce litical parties for three months each The Driving Park Association of Chris- to all and have made it the most out on this Hue Applause c impaigu they would bring about a tian county Kv has changed its name to popular remedy known It would seem as if there were now its own heart wonderful revival of religion Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Sam the Christian County Fair Company and DIVORCED FROM OLD PARTIES written on the walls It is the duty of government to make it difficult to do Some years ago I got a divorce from Jones tells about a pony down in Geor- the regnlar agricultural fair vrith trotting and 1 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who right and easy to do wrong ou anoth tbe Democratic party from the high gia which will not haul a wagon loaded races will be restored Running races gists er Farmers Home may not have it on hand will prois morally wrong can be court of conscience and before sundown with stone or cotton hitch him to oue are to be discontinued What cure it promptly for any one who made politically right and on tbe went iuto the Republican party and thus loaded and he wont move au Journal wishes to try it Do not accept any inch but harness him to a nicely arch written All things to all meu so then went out Tbe one promised The Alcryon Nelson trotting race has painted buggy and away lie goes There got into the courts in Buffalo on the substitute send us back they nothing aud kept Its word the other There is a disposition to sympathize promised much and did nothing The are some Christians who wont pull in strength of depositions from a member of CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAX FRANCISCO CAL with the laboring classes in trying to Republican party proposes to regulate prayer meetings or in the temperance the Board of Review reciting that Noble LOUISVILLE HY HEW YORK MY solve this question and I know what it tbis thing by high tax and low tax work but bitch them in party traces told him after it occurred that he had the work When father died I intend- - and all tbe time have nothing but sin and theyll snap their gallows straps thing fixed for Nelson to win and that he ed to keep up my college studies but I tax 1 ou cant do it While you have pulling some old whisky bloat iuto got 7500 for it had logo into the field aud cut corn the drink youll have the drunkard office G C P Cecil sold last Saturday to VETERINARY SPECIFICS uutil midnight to keep my mother and Slavery wouldnt be regulated When THE PARTY IS SO SMALL Meyers Wagner of Dayton O the Far Horses Cattle Sheep Dogs Ecgs little brothers aud sisters from starving the government was born it was sahl Nothing is little that has God time bay yearling stallion Gainmoilt by Gam ATTD BOrjLTBY To day I look at laboring meu with a atop the slave trade in twenty years and principle behind it In 1872 the betta Wilkes 1 2b and Eflie Fnulconer by 000 Pace Book on Treatment of Animals great deal of sympathy for I am sorry but that did not settle the question Prohibition vote was a little cloud and Chart Sent Free the Abdailah Mambriuo sire of Geneva S ruE FeversCensPBltoasInflammatloB the liquor element is so strung among Wasnt settled right Clay proposed to size of a mans baud in 1876 it was AA Spinal MenTcsttin Milk Fevrr 2d dam the dam of Yeiser Boy 2ic4 II Strains Laacaen Kbeanaatlsm them I watch the men who comeout settle it by tbe Missouri Compromise larger in 1880 still larger and in 1881 2igJ and a full brother yearling to It ltihirmper Nasal IMncharecs Grabs lom of the saloous aud tbe iiotel bar rooms Didnt do it Why Wasnt settled it burst loilli iu a shower that well Gamewell and Jessica by Gainbetta EK Coughsnr Heaven Worms Parunioala wherever 1 go and I study their faces right At last Abraham Lincoln issued uigh drowned out tbe curse Davids Wilkes dam by Indianapolis 2ji 2d FF Colic or Grlnen Hellvnrhe Bemorrhasen ift Minc arriaire Kidney Diseases No liiey are the emancipation proclamation Are Uiey capitalists 11 H Urinary aad The pebble was a little thing All that is dam by Smuggler Price said to be near - Eruptive Diaeunes Mange the working men All the wrongs that thing was settled Why Settled right required now is a ballot consecrated to 2500 Danville Advocate Dlneam n of Digestion Paralysis JK angle Bottle over donee capital has inflicted ou labor are not as Applause 00 The liquor question will God I never iiad more faith in he The result of the introdution of so Htable Cane with Speclflca Manual great s that which the liquor traffic ia some day be settled iu the same wsy Veterinary f tare Oil and Kedkmtor success of this movement than at this many stallions of strong trottng propenS700 Jar Veterinary Care Oil 100 accomplishing to day I tbank God Must not go ahead of public sentitime The old parties are sitting upon sity into all sections of the country will Cold by Druggists or Sent Prepaid anywhere and in any quantity on Beceipt of Price tiiat Powderly has declared war against ment we are told Imagine tbe chil- safely valves aud some day the boilers be the production of a lot of harness Humphreys Medicine Co 109 Fulton St II Y be saloon as the worst enemy of the dren of Israel saying to Moses Your will let go and there will be earth horses of good strong trotting gaits inpeople and he time is coming when laws are ahead of public sentiment quakes Sometimes it takes long to got HUMPHREYS stead of the many ambling mix gaited nil working men will rise against it here is Aaron makiug a golden calf tiie grist to the mill but it rt quires but plugs which liave heretofore bjen bred as H0KE0FAXHI0 at applause already Lets put a iiigh license on a short time to grind it after it gets the all purpose horse It has already SPECIFIC No Some one says tbis is a free country golden calves A farmer finds a lot of there The men are going to wake up in aw SB roars The only sucoaaafu ranody for aad that the man wbo drinks must rattle wakes on bis farm thats free some day and then tbe matter will he tended to the breeding of iiorces of a Nercous Debility Vital Weakness h oonsKiMiiais I say thai tbis whisky He boxed them up and bored quickly settled The womeu are al class Harness horses being more in demand than other take the day but there i a free country bat the map who twenty five boles in the box through ready awake under the leadership of is also a good demand for saddlers and drinks makes some one else bear tbe ooosequencea Several yean ago tbe grandson of Henry Clay was sbot in a Louisville bar room His mother got tbe telegram and started to bis bed aide and there saw btm die You may go iuto that house to day in Lexington aud mith all of its color and refine ment its luxury and elegance it is a desolate borne There you will find a sceue of sorrow in this free country that was caused by the consequences of which they crawled out thats low Boxed them up again aud left license fifteen holes open Snakes got out through them that high license He then turned them loose on his neigh bors farm thats local option The neighbor then clubbed the snakes to death thats prohibition Applause Â¬ flyers SPRING 13 HERE AND 80 ARE WITH THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF WE Â¬ oirSPRING CLOTHINGTlo L11 SHOES Â¬ Hats Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND Â¬ m LEM ENS SHOES Â¬ - Â¬ LADIES we have the fin- Â¬ est line of FOOT WEAR in Richmond and all in the BEMEMBERWEDO NOTSELL GOODS B01 WE IX AT COST Â¬ LATEST STYLES Â¬ KID BUTTON IN OPERA TOE FRENCH TOE PARIS TOE Common Sense Toe brand and every pair is war ranted BUSINESS IN A STRAIGHT FORWARD HONEST WAY GENTLEMEN it will pay yon to call and see onr mam- Â¬ moth stock of Shoes before We have them buying IN ALL STYLES HAND SEWED CALF KANGAROO Â¬ Â¬ Stll Honest Goods at a Fair HONEST Living Proiit Â¬ Â¬ FTliee Shoes beat our Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SMALL PROFIT PRICE OUR MOTTO PERFECT TREATMENT FITS AND ONE FIXED PAIR BOYS SHOES IN ALL QUALITIES Remember that A GUARANTEE with EVj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VOBIES SOHOOLFIBLDCO One Price Clothiers - Hatters and Gents Fnrnishers 213 West Main Street Richmond Kentucky Â¬ A SPEECH i Â¬ Â¬ Our Spring Styles Are Uow Heady I Your Careful Inspection Is Retpiested Â¬ GROOKE BENNETTS URMSTON - Â¬ DRY GOODS AND Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MERCHANT TAILORING S 1 Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - OUR SPRING PMPOPE HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS- - Â¬ MAMMOTH HARDWARE STORE -- - A LARGE SHIPMENT OF- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OF Hoes Hakes Spades Shovels Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HIGH ART Mattocks Plows of all Kinds Lawn Mowers Fishing Tackle BEST LINE Â¬ Of COOKING STOVES IN RICHMOND NOVELTIES IN Â¬ ENJOYS 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 Â¬ CALL AND SEE HIM Â¬ Â¬ FINE IMPORTED NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DRESS 1 PowersHagan 8I7CCKSSOBS TO The Fine Saddle Stallion C B SMITH Corse Â¬ M and First Streets make the season of lt90 at my table on Berea pike one half mile from Kingston Madison count Ky At 10 to lasura a Living Celt Midnight DK8CRIPTMX AND ia 5 year old PEDIGREE Will MIMIGHT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GOODS IS Â¬ this spring jet black left hind foot white fine heavy mane and tail 16 hands high tine rvle and form Midnight was aire1 by Black A VERY EXTEN8IVE STOCK OF Prince be by Foituwn Billy he by Old Foxtown he by Old Drennon firat dam by Meeaenger 2ud dam by Waxey 3rd dam by Berthuue This ia the tiueat saddle horse in tbe county Come ami see him before ANl breeding elsewhere RICHMOND KY DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS I HUMPHREYS NOW TAKING PLACE Every ody Lviied to Goon and See T ca Will serve mares at 8 to colt Black Mampsox h 4 veara old the 24th day of June 1880 15 bauds 3 inches high and is a One Money due in all cases when mare is Compounded at all hours by an mds experienced PHARMACIST and parted with by breeder responsible until out ot the finest Drugs the mark- possible carefor season prevent paid Ml taken to accidents ets afford but not reiDaibJe should ai Oune and see the l st ing to look Â¬ 1 Jack CHEMICALS Black Sampson ieure aliving bi At tbe same place my floe ick j SCHOOL BOOKS -- 1 SO A Specialty- - City Lots fofSale Â¬ Â¬ THE FINEST LINE OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ff fiO H J STRENG Stationery I have a few lots on Fifth Street ready for ante These lots are heeiii Â¬ Base He is the first fruit of them that slept spiritual purposes They had no busi Â¬ Monday from Louisville He wu at his THE TORNADO HAS COME AND GONE on east Broadway the But we have cwuu lo may Read this Cotton Lisle thread and silk boac for As the first ears of corn gathered from ness meetings Scheinfurth attended to father the autumn field is an assurace that the all business himself The meetings were night of the tornado but knew not a word The beat Java Ladies and Misses nd save money away - - - April 8 1890 In fact Mocha Coffee 5 cent a cap the best 40- - Cbooke Bexnett A Urmston harvei t will be gathered in its fullness so devoted mainly to the exposition of Scrip- of it until the next morning we know that because His epulchre is ture and opportunity was afforded every thousands of people in the city did not Alderney Milk 5 ceots a flaw hot rolls DBINKENNKSS L1U10R UABIT li all GIVEN AWAY member of the State Legislature The vacant ours will one day be vacant too member to participate in the ser ices know that any unusual thing had occurred or buiscuits 5 cents eggs conked any 100 IN GOLD the Wrl4 there is hat Oae Cm f all kinds o cent session was prolonged beyond expectation In the confidence of thi faith and the The doctrine of the new covenant end until the newsboys began shouting along wnv 5 cents pie Dr HaiaeV Jelde a Saer if r the streets in the earlv morning condition of the redeemed after the fu on account of the heated jjubemutorial comfort of this hope we can lay the bod 5 cents each a xlice beef croquet 0 Geld AwaJ wi It can be glv n In a enp of tern or coflt Tbf Mr E W Wiggins was on the C ies of our loved ones to rest and hear the fillment of prophecy were the especial contest Our meals caut be beat for I he money without the knowledge of the person taking U its Sefcsrrifcens 11 effecting a Hpeedy and permanent cure The Doctors public services having yoice of Christ coming to us across the themes for consideration at their convoca- O that is due in the city about 8 oclock Turn bo Oysters served in any style whether the patient la a moderate drinker or New Batcher Fim dmnkarda There had never been any disputes but the tornado got in half an hour before Our Ladies dining room has just been so alcoholic wreck Thoumnds of the Jolden I am the tion ended he was employed as attending sur- chasm of eighteen centuries have been cured who have taken After April 1st each new subscriber Samuel Bigentaff has bought the ingeon for a man condemned to be hanged Resurrection and the Life He that be in the Church Triumphant and never it and the fallen telegraph pole and other completed and to one of the nicest to Specific in their coffee without their knowl-ela- iml lo tuiy ihisik they unit drinking of paving one year in advance or each old terest of W S G Fife in the butcher Everything is their own freewill No hxrmful effect reÂ¬ The trap was sprung and ten minutes had lieveth in me though he were dead yet would be The sermons were all deliver- Â¬ obstructions kept the train out until 3 be fmiid anywhere Duncan in the house on sult from ItM administration subscriber pa mg one year in advance will firm of Fife oclock in the morning ed by himself without any note or pre ready so you will not have to wait teed Send for circular and fnll urea guaran elapsed when the Doctor proceeded to test shall he live and whosoever liveth and Hobbles like the above In be had at particulars The one Main Street where the Post office was the pulse A water famine is threatening the city Come early and avoid the rush in paration and were taken down by steno KenThe Addreaa Mt confidence troLDBN Beak 11a ltt o be given a ticket in the drawing Life was not extinct and he belicveth in me shall never die 186 Kace 17 W C G0RMLEY O Clticiunati COS kept years ago and the new firm is Big who subsequently pre a the water works were damaged and ueat fruits candies cakes bread cigars graphic angels stepped back to wait yet a little longer tucky Churchman drawing firtt prize will receive 50 in Gold 42- gersUfi Duncan Mr Tames Park one If you want the beat Steel Range pared them and sent them to the different cannot be repaired until the river falls money when without the slightest warning the and tobacco for the least the one drawing second prize will receive of the most skillful handlers of fresh meats call on SI nek el ford A Gentry 40 41 The flow of natural gas ha alto been This constituted the sercongregations Respectfully scaffold gave way and precipitated tie oc one drawing third prize in all the country continues in charge ot f mnGold the vice in the different branches of the injured FINEST ON EARTH -- KBS--5SfcI r Vs F Weckessbr k Co cupants some distance to the ground Dr It FitEtifKXTLY atfiifents occur in the the one drawing the shop veive So far as reported 63 people were killed 5 hi Gold church Forty per cent of the member houoehold which cause burnt cuts Autz wa painfully hurt about the knee James M Saftel has beeu appointed sprains and bruises for use in such were men and the church didnt believe in Kentucky before the tornado reached iiiciininl i Haruiltrn 4 Dm fourth prize will receive 5 in Gold and and was compelled to sit in one position lliMllilrd its Size postmaster at Frankfort and Charles cases Dr J H Melons Volcanic Oil R The s the only line running Pull B in free love either He wasnt discussing Louisville for filtcen davs The past twoweeki have one drawing fifth prize will receive the The Neale Branch viaduct iron 185 Liniment bus for many years la eu the mans Perfctnl Safety Vestibuled Richmond doubled its territorial size The countie of Allen Barren Ohio A Johnson at Lebanon the nebular hypothesis didnt know anyconstant favorite family remedy ubwrription to The Climax last week Train wilh Chair Parior Sleeping It was three quarters of a much improved him and he is now about feet high on the R N I St B is finished Grayson Trigg Henderson thing about the brotherhood neier heard Christian 40 ai ami Dininir Car service between Cin Â¬ Collars and Chains mile every way from the Court house or well He is now permanently located in The Richmond Big Hill and Manches that the Governor of North Carolina said Lyon Meade Webster Daviess Mc cinnati Indianapolis and Chicago and Richmond for the practice of his profes- Â¬ A area weeds ter R R charter has been granted by the anything in hi life couldnt say where Cracken and other counties all suffered icross The area was 17671 is the Only Line running Through Re Court da dinner See Dinellis local I have an excellent hat of collars square miles The Legislature extended sion Legislature Dont fail to see our Bordered Apron clining Chair Cars between Cincinnati thus the interview rat- more or less by Gorm- Cooney was and Iliitllln See illustrated ad foliar pads names chains back bands Goods Keokuk and Springfield Illinois the limits to one mile in every direction From Texas The earnings of the Kentucky Central tled on until the reporter could think of C CT and other things for plowing giving the town 31416 square miles or 40- - Ckooke Bennett A Ikmston PERSONAL for the month of February show nothing else to ask him Line And Only W W Watts Eq has returned from Railroad 42- GEO W PICKELS No city tax Texas He removed his overseer Green an increase of 6659 over those for the The grand jury found only eighty in nearlv doubled its territory An invitation tc sup with the angels FOR lltscnsit Between Cincinnati Dayton Lima will be collected on acreage property Rev E H Burnam is in Virginia tae Brawns Iran Kiltrra dictrr Prof Robert C Morrison President was declined by thenewsgatherer and then Ijjo to the City Hospital Fort Worth and corresponding month of last year Toledo Detroit the Lake Regions and until cut up into lots Physicians it Female Seminary at B McCauley of Louisville was of Bellewood Si Co new Canada Mr T r Weckester B in an adjournment was taken to the stables thinks he will recover The bullet a 44 Kings Tunnel on the R N I All dealers keep it 10K per bottle Cennin The road is one of the oldest in the has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper Anchorage is dead shojlder Estill county is now complete leaving which are the finest in the county and here on Monday calibre entered under the right Water Works I State of Ohio and Hie only line enter- Â¬ Mis J A G Williamson went over to One of the gentlemen from Georgia is passed through the lung and came rut in only one tunnel unfinished on the entire contain a number of fancy horses and YOQ will have no use for spectaclee if ing Cincinnati over twenty tiw miles Barber Dnross Good Lnek I Mitchell have a gentle some blooded stock double ami from its past r Lexington last week on a visit JH here and another from New York will be front He did not see the man who shot line between Versailles and Beattyville to day Tieket No 121 2 drew the second you uso Dr Salve McLeans Htremth of more track assure its patrons speed v than it removes film cac eniinr Heaven is a very attractive spot so far here in a few days They purpose buy- him and did not know he was near The Co have secured con- Â¬ Mr Dr A kers and sister Miss Harris Mason Iloge in the January ami cum which accumulate the I he comfirt and safety capital prize of 100l0 on V Pickets atks the attention of ing the water works electric 1 ickets light and gas mans name is Cross and is a tou- 1 fel- tract for constructing the 8 mile belt rail- as mundane heavens go There are some are visiting relatives in Virginia on sale everywhere and se drawing of The Louisiana State Lotter- eye balls aulidues Inflammation cools c e of gear works charters and running them togeth- Â¬ low Igo had sent him across the country road to connect the Richmond Virginia 400 acres of magnificent farm lands and foothes the irritated nerve thai they read C H A D either in or y- One twentieth of this tieket was ami Messrs J D Barring and I S Boyd Indianapolis or out of Cincinnati In the meantime the city has been with 18 horses Cross sold nine of thein Fredericksburg Potomac and the Rich- Â¬ the mansion thereon is one of the largest of Shelby ville were here this week n Mondav and get your tickets er held by Cornelius X Duross who was etrenTthens weak and failing sight E O MiCORMICK Toledo 40 cents a box and handsomest in the county The en- Â¬ to pay off a debt and mond to be given away by granted a charter and now has the right to his father-in-laWork Petersburg Railroads for the 100 in gold found yesterday by a Sun reporter at ieneral Passenger and Ticket Agent Mrs J P Jarman and daughter Willie tire property is valued at about 50000 to erect and operate water works Be- reported that most of the remainder died will it is said commence at once Donelson baa a quantity of new sulUMAX 42 11 his barber shop 103 Joseph Campan Mo are visiting at Capt and it is all entirely in the control of may of Trenton tween the two we are sure to have thi Igo was looking after the horses when the 5000 through kies surriea and buggies of the newest The charter for the Cumberland Raili avenue I received the P P Ballards Dr Richard Allen of Clark count important institution and that right toon villain slipped up behind him Cross was road has been passed and duly signed and Schweinfurth who has a snug roll be the American Express Co and it came and most popular patterns and at very located at College Hill this connty in the Mr Tacitus Burgin of Fayette county His followers seem to be growing bailed out in the sum of 1000 but re a petition will be presented to the county sides 5- to me like a God send said the unfor- Â¬ reasonable figures oi medicine practice bsod Poaltry Keeord heaven formerly of this county was here last tunate man I held the ticket abso Â¬ arrested on the charge of stealing sheep court at its April term to order an election in number day by day and hi In enses of Fever and Ague the blood Dr Fowler is a native of Madison The Being again bailed out he was again ar to be held in this and the Turner ille pre is becoming famous from the bleak New Saturday It is not a torI iou see that flag lutely and no one was entitled to a di is as effectually though not hat danger by Stanford Journal says Mrs Dr C rested on another charge Mr Joe McDowell and two friends from vision of the prize as has been report ed ously poisoned by the effluvium of the nado signal but a welcome banner cincts to determine whether the people England shores to the sun kissed sands of Fowler is entitled to the penant for Urmston It was P T Barnum El Paso Texas came up last week to The money I will invest in real estate atmosphere as it could be by the dead e Bennett Dick Igo a brother of the wounded man are willing to issue in bonds for the Pacific slope 15000 liest poison Dr J H McLeans Chills being the most successful handler has returned from Texas having gone out the payment of the The who said that the American people loved visit his mother this place Detroit Mich Sun February 9 It anil Fever fure will eradicate this pois The new office of M vers Si Carse fills is a of chickens in this section She to see him studying in amount is not to be a gift but the com- to be humbugged There Mr Willis of Shelbyvill a long felt want in closing up the gap hot by Hally in Fayette on from the sstem Filty cents a52 Bruin has a flock of sixty fine hens of a individual in Winnebago county Lexington for the ministry spent Sunday Mr Watts says the forward wheat in pany is to isMie stock to the precincts to 40 tle their two mill on Main street between county has died game and domincck mixture from which Texas was killed by a freeze March 10th the full amount that is required for the 111 who can second the motion with a with his cousin Mr G W Willis at the Successors to Hagan fe Chenault Wall Papers The Walker land near Pond Church during the year just closed she sold 624 and is being plowed up Late wheat and object in view good deal of gusto Second Strt et next to olu C01RT DAY DINNER Stanford Journal Glyndon Largest and cheapest line of wall pa Climax was egz- - netting her 57 70 She also sod a corn look well and the country is prosadvertised in last week Garnett lb He who laughs last laughs best was Tornado Paragraphs When Mr Joe S Minary and bride nee awn at 40 Saturday says auctionlarge number of young chickens which perous 1 Dinelli A Co will have a square pers in town 8 forcibly illustrated last week in the con NEW GROCERIES Numerous incidents in connection with Miss Lizzie Jett of Richmond arrived in 40- - Crooke Bennett A Ukmston brought her nearly that amount besides eer Bush test between the Breyfogle cormorants the awful calamity that befell Louisville St Louis the other day they were given dinner ready for you Court day Dont Fatal Accident a great many of both egg and The live new firm of J H Si J S using LOW PRICES Bennett Youngs Louisville on Thursday night are of local interest an ovation by the officials of the Southern forget their place second door from the Old people suffer much from disor- Â¬ On last Wednesday Lyman Burnell and Col li grocery t uccessors to Hagan Si chickens for her table Hagan Southern band The Southerns manders of the urinary organs and are at Street Railway Co of which Mr Min- Post office here who lived near Whites Station cane to Chenault have an announcement in to agers took their picks dug up the track who turned out en Street Extensions Alexander R McKee the young man ary is Secretary lt would be impossible to get a fairer ways gratified at lie wonderful effect CaUlEFUL ATTENTION town to get a coffin for his mother-in-ladays Climax and severed all connection with the from Danville who was killed was the masse and met them at the depot and plan than the one on which Gauters of Dr J II Ieaus Liver ami Kidney C S Powell has extended B street Mrs Jennie Golden aged j years who Balm in banishing their trouble One AND THE BEST GOODS 40 iJ The handsomest circular of the spring north to a point near Prathers line cor- died that morning The coffin was placed Monon at the same time resuming full lai of four sons of Dr Alexander R after offering congratulations escorted the chicken cholera cure is sold If it fails Dollar er bottle of McKee a former resident practitioner in bridal couple to Mr Minary s apartments to cure your money will be refunded season has just been issued from The ner of the new street called Walnut that in a spring wagon and the seat laid across control of the business management Climax office lor Mr D M Bright shoe is opening west Walnut street will be the coffin the end being lifted by the the system The case was at once taken Richmond The Doctor died two years Here another happy surprise was in store by Stockton A Brooks Richmond Ky NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Â¬ It and hat merchant extended across Second street through coffin above their proper resting place into court and at 7 oclock Friday morn- ago and his son Logan a former editor of for them the railway officials had gen ing a decision was rendered in favor of the Danville Tribune since that time The erously fitted up the rooms in a most eleKansas farmers are appealing to Ibeir All Jive us a rial The levee at Greenville Mississippi Col Moberleys place to Third street at Burnell was seated on one end and his the Louisville Southern Dr Breyfogle Doctors residence was the old brick that gant manner with the finest antique oak I B depot RN These new son on the other end of th seat At the where Dr James Walker and other Rich- Â¬ the harmony Congressman to do something to light Remaining unclaimed in the Post want is for you to come and see can stay on the other side of the Ohio tood where Mr T S Ellis residence now furniture and everything else in en their burdens Kansas is a Repub- Ottice at Richmond Ky week ending for we know votf 11 mond people live have broken and the streets open up a large number of nice K C Depot in Richmond on the way and amuse himself with the Monon while stands Young McKee left Danville that It was a highteslimonial of the esteem in town lots to purchasers The boy out the horse scared and ran April 1 1890 lican State by a large majority whole country is flooded Col Young will make arrangements on afternoon and had just left the Louisville which Mr Minary is held by his associThe street running in front of Hon W jumped out and the feat tilted like a see Â¬ Miller Mattie V Adams Marshall is probable Southern train at the Seventh Street de Â¬ ates and he and Mrs Minary expressed Georgetown Times this side to suit himself It An oration by Mr George W Bain B Smiths Miller George Asbell Cy residence is to be extended at saw throwing Burnell out His head that the interests of the Louisville South- pot when the tornado overtook him their thanks fittingly Versailles Sun Million Leaner formerly a resident of Richmond now the once Columbus discovered America but BufordScot through the Female Institute grounds struck the street Dr Gibson found him Modlin lame II ern will be united with those of the Cindistinguished Temperance advocate is Rev S E Barnwell rector of St Johns it took Ganter to discover a magic Black Allen We have the goods and the prif to Second Street The Institute receives unconscious and his skull fractured McOower F A Camble Iaura RELIGIOUS cinnati Southern forming a powerful Episcopal Church who together with his published elsewhere in this issue chicken cholera cure Sold no cure Chenault Mollie toll gate and was You have the money You want The horse ran to the Novca John F 500 for the right of wav system son Dudley was instantly killed was a no pay by Stockton A Brooks Rich- Chenault M V Iurke Mary stopped without further damage ludge Morion decided the land case in the goods and we want the money Bishop Dudley will be in Richmond on mond Ky ItPark Giil Indpe Morton Banking Embrv John All credit is due to the management of brother of the Mr Barnwell who was Burnell died early Thursday morning favor of Mrs R H Shearer as ajjainst It is Wafy to make Wednesday April 23rd Emery Amanda Phelps Marion The Lexington Gazette says The was buried Friday at head waters of Silver the Louisville Southern railroad for taking rector of the Episcopal Church in RichGentry involving the Charlie Mr both parties are willing The Interior Department is grinding Fisher Clark Powell S J Mrs Rev Preston Blake ha accepted the Central Bank is the name of a new bank Creek by the side of his first wilt by their property out of the possession of the mond some years agoand of the rector of Walker place near Pond church 1 Roberts I B out pensions at the rate o 4250 per Fox Robt Mrs Gol most unscrupulous band of wreckers that the Episcopal Church at Paris The un- call from the Missionary Baptist Church that is to be started in thi city The whom he leaves five children week With such a showing there does Gallian Mary Mrs Calmer Victor P Rev George Darsie at the Christian Shea Jack minimum capital stock is 200000 The den was buried Thursday at Golden s ever got hold of a great public work Col fortunate minister formerly lived at Selma this place and will preach on first and not seem to be any very urgent neces Â¬ Gentry Jacob Subject Smyth S K Church to morrow night Gilbert Larkin Young and his friends have not acted un- Alabama and the writer visited him at third Sundays incorporators are the following well Chapel near Pilot Knob 42- sity for the enactment of a service peu Giltner Wm R Turner Emley Admission 25 The Man of Snap The new Methodist Church at llarrods- known business men N F Berry Louis Old Uncle advisedly they were not the first aggres- his home in that place and several times Mrs Goldens father Tvler Catheme Hall John Times-cents Tickets at Covington Arnold Si tie was an admirable burg costing 15000 has just been com siou bill Straus Charles Seelbark G A De Long Billy Golden died about twenty ihree sors they only retaliated the unwarrant- heard him preach Hurst Brvan Mrs Thompson Kalni BroV ed action of Breyfogle and his crowd No man in everv way nnd one of five brothIrvine Anderson WilonAlex pleted and on the second Sunday in April J R Howard D F Frazec H P Head vears ago at the great age of 106 years GO TO Johnson Bengamin Ditomoi Vesei Gio will be dedicated by Bishop Hendrix of On Wednesday April 16th Commis ley J R Morton W H Boswell R C He came to Kentucky when it was a doubt the whole matter will be the subject ers all of whom are Episcopal clergymen v annt Jones Lather Mr Maj A J Reed late of this place was Kansas City sioner J R Burnam will sell the lands of Estill and Will Withers It is understood wilderness and helped to hew the logs in of adjudication in the courts which someThe wet weather is over and the Kelly J U W C Terrill deceased five miles east Of that Mr Berry is to be the President and the first Court House the county had He times are the refuge of honest men though in the second story of the ill fated Falls The Easter number of the New York ground will be dry enough to plow by Post Office hours from 6 A it to 7 p Brack Maupin 4c Pltl No Richmond near Waco containing about Mr Headley the cashier A meeting of was the grand father of Printer George often the resort of scoundrels Let the City Hall which collapsed with such Ledger is rendered especially attractive registered in middle of nxt week Iu the mean M Money ordera and to 6 p M letter Dan agam t m 7 aw take its course to the end that the deadly effect but managed in some way by an uncommonly beautiful cover printed the Terrill 4c Defts Kjuify hours prompt the incorporators was held and Mr White of the Climax office 400 acres time drop in and buy your collars By virtue of a judgment and or unknown to himself to escape A letter in colors The central design is a picture people of Louisville may ascertain wheth J B WILLIS P M I race chains back bands plow Prof Morrison President of Bellwood Watts Parker and Mr H P Headley ap Party A Pi ale of the MhiImhi jn iiit our er there be any justice in this community on Saturday to a friend in this place from of Easter morning in the country the hames pointed to draft a charter so that it can be Seminary Anchorage whose death is dered ar lh March lerm thereof The newest thing in parties was that that monopolistic greed acting through Mrs Reed stated that he was injured in- road to church with a border of Eister lines Ac 11 the above styled cause the uuder- 42- GEO V PICKELS noticed elsewhere was the father of Mr presented to the Legislature sprung upon the unsuspecting public by a that fellow Breyfoge and his Oily Gamternally and a leg broken igued will on lilies W L Morrison a student in Central The iovcrnment Building Miss Lizzie Wherrittrof this place was dozen young men in this place Friday mon is bound to respect As it is a mat J Wesley West former county clerk University COMBS Wcdnesdaj He of Garrard is dead of pneumonia Messrs Chenault and Brooks have re- night Hotel Glyndon was the scene and ter of record that Breyfogle has been ju in Louisville on her way home from Vicks was one of the countys best citizens turned from Washington and say that the Messrs W B Bright Newland Jones Jr dicially ascertained to be a conscieneess burg but was not in the track of the windy About Hie hour of II oclock a John Christopher book keeper forCT Anderson Lakes is now in Cincinnati near forty years old was teller of the die premises in Madison coon I Kv Co ha on a shoe which he has committee to which was referred the bill W S Hume LL Bright Harvey Chen- scoundrel and his lawyer the butt cut of terror Wells proceed I o expose to public tmM W B Robinson struck on the head by buying goods worn every day for nineteen years It was authorizing the erection of a Government ault F II Adair T I Smith Jr G W the Breyfogle log we are not without National Batik and had been Citizens highest bidder I he follow leeerilxrd Rev Mason Jones Marion Willis Wm married 14 years A wife and children This is building in Richmond will report the bill Willis George W Phelps B L MJdle hope that the Louisville Southern and the some falling rubbish passed through Richmade by the late Sam Freeman property viz They say also ton James Crockett R W Miller W K and I Bridge may stand some show mond on Saturday on his way home Patrick and others will give us a temper- servive him a gospel truth favorably to Congress ance lecture Saturday night 29th at Lone against the pair even in a chancery pro- above Beattyville that there is no doubt about the passage R McDowell and W R Shackeford L When you are constipated with s yesterday News from Winchester The gentle Tim in ceedings Loiisville Times were the conspirators The house on Main Street in which Mr Oak It is expected that we will hear the of appetite headache take one of Dr of the bill whenever it reaches a vote stated that Mrs Eliza Moss the venerable Situated on the waters of Muddy Creek II I Streng of this place formerly did general effect of alcohol on the human J H McLeans Little Liver and Kid The supervising architect has written whose honor the noelty was perpetrated iu Madisou county Ky lady who recently visited Mrs J P News From Heaven- ney Pillets They are pleasaut to take system business was demolished to Collector A R Burram for full infor- was Mr E H Watson a young business were ownt d ami occupied by William Herndon this place was not expected to A Rockford Ills special of the 23rd George M Willging has been practicing and will cure 3011 25 eta a vial 40 52 The mother of Mr Or Flemmon Cox mation concerning the size of his office man of Maysville Terrill at the time of hi- - death situated liye through the day He should A beautifully printed menu on pink ult to the Detroit Free Press gives this of this place lives on Jefferson between melicine without a diploma bout 5 miles from Richmond Ky on and the amount of space that will probaThe bill to tax banks as all other Mie Iticlimoinl and Irvine turnpike 1 2th and 13th streets The tornado paased be dealt with according to law lie is just property at the par value of its stock 10000 worth of new goods received bv bly be required in the new building Also salin with bristol back fastened with rib Â¬ description of the Schweinfurth retreat One piece coutaii W A Powell clothier corner Main and for similar information in regard to the bon told in French what was before them Your correspondent drove out to heav- Â¬ from the corner of Green and 13th diagon the age of the Savior when he was found passed the House 41 to 39 r the convocation began ally to 12th and JefKon missing her in the Temple conversing with the doctors to refresh the inner man but we art not en the day First Streets Look for his big ad next po t office Advice to Ttotltera found the porch well covered with residence little more than a hundred feet sufficiently versed in the language to trans ird and lawyers week In the mean time drop in and see Mr Wnreiiowa SjTmjioSTBCphotildalwya The Government building is coming ta used when children are cutting teth It re Â¬ Hon George R Snyder a former Replate more than a few such simple words as baggage which had been checked thither the goods for yourself Neal Johnson is still on the mend He lieve the little surerit once ltproducesnatnral Adjoining the lands of Jarvi Gilbert New House quiet ilMp and the httlecherubawaMaa bright The front from all parts of the country by the re- resentative in the Legislature from Clark is able to walk a short distance on crutchcold water and tooth picks R Watts and others nd the a a button ft la very pleasant to taste It The first annual commencement of the to H L Perry has begun the erection page was adorned with a portrait of a presentatives of fhe church in attendance Mr county and who occasionally comes pain soothes hind conveyed by Owen Wasters heirs es It has been four months since he got regulatesthe child softens thepumsallaysallremedy Tennessee Medical College took place in the bowels and is ths best known and Thomas J Mnith to W C Terrill of a residence on Broadwa colossal Berkshire and the table was dec- Â¬ There are twenty four regular angels Richmond is a member of the tobacco shot He has suffered more than pen or for diarrhoea whether arising Irom teething or Staubs opera house Knoxville on the ami children Another tract contain Â¬ other causes Twenty are cents a botue 0a Another residence on Broadway was orated with an immense artificial pig in in the huge mansion and when the repor- firm of J S Phelps Co Their exten tongue can tell The bullet penetrated I I ing about 2ist and we hear that Dr R N Kester commenced last week and will be pushed 65 Haw H the center surrounded by numbers of di- ter rang the bell the senior guardian of the sive warehouse the Planters was demol- the right lower limb about six inches be son formerly a dentist in this place was This is ished and great loss resulted A lapel of each angelic host came to the door rapidly to completion minutive porcelain pigs Suppose below the ball and socket joint H Collier of Richmond and W D among the graduates Messrs John W Crooke Jr and T E gentlemans coat was ornamented wih an Miss Tuttle who has had the interior su- Â¬ Mr J W Miller father of Mrs A it struck the femuir and ranged upward to Frazier of Cynthiana Situated on the opposite side of Mm were in this II Lrmston will immediately build a res ear of a small pig combined with a sprig pervision of heaven ever since it was Wilkes Smih of this place lives less than Carpets turnpike road and aHjomiig the lnds the joint a it i without action He will section last week buying jacks They As the door was four squares from the trail of devastaif Mrs Cornelisou aud otter and the Mr George M Willging has on exhibi- idence on their lot corner of Main and of parsley bound with tin foil and from a instituted on earth not expose the tabernacle of the soul to bought one of Jts Renaker fir 775 wait conveyed by C D Chenault and small coid tied in the button hole was sus Â¬ opened the newsgatherer was received by a tion oo West Main street Parrish streets next to Catholic church tion at his place messengers of death any more the and of W 8 Renaker of Coiinersville wife lo W C Terrill aud children The residences of the Stephenson pended a small hickory nut On the mid- congregation of about thirty all of whom Among the liberal contributors to the an extensive line of carpets in all grades ihe tract of 265 acres will be sold in one for 900 Cynthiana Democrat D0YLESV1LLE Courier See his ad brothers and Ed Brown on Fifth street dle finger of the left hand was worn an but three were of the gentle sex and relief fund are the following One of 7 32 100 acres itiree parcels from medium to the highest They were ranged Journal therefore angels and the same condemned by Ihe R K 100 Evening Times ordinary hog ring are approaching completion Lare Curtain 250 I 4 B Railroad Company as is Kara Said Mad dogs are thick in this section Mis Bennetts handsome residence on The cosfimes of the gentlemen we e re- hand in nana in a circle about the room Bamberger Bloom Co 500 Judge A Our Lace Curtain stock is complete The piece on north side of Mr Baxter Wells ha sold his farm the Main street is receiving finishing touches Co ally exquisite pigeon tail coats decollette and every new arrival was ushered into E Richards ico Tatum Embry Tobacco grower are getting restless 40- - Crooke Benntt Ukmston said right-of-wJoshua Park place near Speedwell to Mr 100 the center and introduced to the crowd a lot of L vest Co Bamberger Streng Harvey Douglas has bought striped pants and patent leather 150 over saving the tobacco beds 0L The House passed 50 bauk charters 2 Containing Abont 35 Acres II P Gilbert of Knox county Thepiice Mullins on Orchard street and will build shoes Standing collars with black lawn The captain of the seraphic band was un- Cornwall Si Brother f loo Humphrey 1 Walden bought of Hiram Jett a AJ in less than 40 minutes Monday paid is J7 800 for the 190 acres Mr Gi Davy John Young Brown deceased vacant lot in Doylesville for 400 a residence tie were matched with black calspar able to determine whether the latest arriFronting no Concord road The piece bert ha evidently secured a bargain val was one of the faithful or not but the was formerly a partner on couth side of said right of way 200 J Stod Mr S L Midkiff will begin at once the studs and sleeve buttons Jersey Wagaa far Sale Mr Nathaniel Noland a highly re Commercial Club of erection of a shop on Thiid street next to Newland Jones presided and Mr news gatherer assured her that he was dard Johnston 25 Mr Tamer KenovetfI have a good Jersey Wagon for sale Containing Abont 223 Acres spected citixen of this place is very low Si Cunninghams livery stable 100 Commercial Club of W B Bright was toast master The re with em in body if not in spirit He Mt Sterling Call at J A Higgin grocery on Main A ten pound tumor was on last Friday Parrish with dropsy Fronting tn Richmond and Irvine was therefore permitted to enter but Winchester K Thos W Bullitt 100 100 sponses like the subjects were both in ft 40- Charies Waller removed from the breast of Miss Sal lie turm ike Said two tracts of 35 acre Messrs Willie Griggs and George Jett Street ClHircu Inroafed when his mission was made known he Bennett II Young 200 Kentucky School structive and humorous and 223 acres will be ffrt oftVred p Martin of this county Dr C S Holton of the State College at Lexington were viewed w ith some horror for the elect of Medicine by Dr Wathen up phlegm and are troub Â¬ was tooBlan The high winds of Thursday night car If you spit araely and then as a whole For fur was assisted by Drs Walton and Owens tatter week led with a hacking couich use Dr J believe that all newspaper men are bound ton Duncan ried away a large portion of the tin roof 100 Congressman Asher home last iher description of said lands reference The patient is doing well of Cincinnati McLeatrsTar Wiue Lung Balm laTSBfafBaawTnisTaaT2 Of all the festivals of the Church East- to misrepresent them Mr L E Francis a Caruth is made to the judgment now in tile The second high tide has been in H 40 52 100 Courier Journal Job Printof Mt Pleasant Christian Church near I iu ihe above cause New Female Otltfa Buildia Doylesville in March last one lacked about About half of the roof on the er is to the thoughtful Christian the most Kentucky gentleman with a white goatee 100 Dr Ed Palmer2S ing Company Foxtown 5 TERMS Sale will be made on a LADIES Next Sunday April 6th will he looking for all the world like a dignified eight feet being as high as the first Newman 100 Mrs Mary Rannorth side and a somewhat smaller por- joyous Scott The management of Madison Femae Needing a tonic or children that want building credit of 6 12 and IH monttia The pur Â¬ Sunday The joy of Easter dif- southern colonel smiled agreeably how som late of Lexington up should take 100 Kentucky Mr Abe White say during the high Institute have decided to pull down the tion on the south side were taken off The Easter chaser will be required to give bond browns ikon with good and solvent security for the present house now 33 years old and erect center of the front gable was torn down fers from that of Christmas as the joy ol ever and as tie secmeu to be one ot tle Union Land Company 250 The Anzei tide in Doylesville the rats came to hi It is pleasant to take cures Malaria Indigea All dealers keep it ami BUuosoea tiou payment of the purchase raooev t 200 Dr house to borrow his skiff to go up to German newspaper a new one to cost 30000 This is a good nearly to the top of the door the bricks children at their sports differs from the big guns the angels smiled still more ger Co have Ihe fnce and eflect of a judgLouisville Rail- Â¬ Shelby Jett Cashmere Oaibre 25 move How Richmonds educational in falling through the ceiling damaging it sober joy of men and women who mow gracefully and the worthy patriarch of J A Ouchterlonv ment bearing legal Interest from the by experience something of the worlds the angelic throng consented to bear the way Co and injuring the scats and carpet 2000 tcreaU are growing 500 C P Huntington We have the novelty of the season in day of aale with a I Jen reserved upon Doylesville public school ha over one anreporters message to Schweinfurth him- Â¬ Boyd Winchester 50 California Fig hundred pupil and no one ha ap Â¬ cashmere ombres said property until all the purchase This is the second time that Mt Pleas- trials and sorrows The song of the piMtoT mouey is id Dr Noryin Green plied for the Spring school What ha 40- - Cbooke Bennett 4 Urmston ant Church has been unroofed by the gels heard on that first Christmas night self who was closeted in his luxuriously Syrup Co 100 Mr L Mullins of the greenhouse firm wind the first time being five or six years by the shepherds on the hills of Judea furnished apartments above In a few J R BURNAM 250 B F Avery 250 J G Barnett become of all the teachers For sick headache female trouble of L Sc M F Mullins ha returned from ago has not so much comfort for the sorrow minutes he came down the broad stairs Master Com r of Madison Circuit Court All 100 200 Bourbon Stock Yard neuralgic pain in the head take Dr J Let Madison county send a her dele42 44 the cities where lie bought flowering The church was built about thirty years laden ones of this world as the simple which opened into the drawing room itself the contributors above mentioned are Kidney gate for the Constitutional Convention the H McLeans Little Liver and 40 52 in car load lot plants and oW roses etc 25 cents a vial in Richmond ago the result of the union of two neigh words of the angels at the sepulchre to and the newsman had the happiness of more or less known Pellets next Lieutenant Governor ot Kentucky including 72 prize winners in chrysan- - boring congregations Mt Olivet and the weeping Marys He is not hen lie clasping the hand of one whom a thousand Standard Oil Company 500 W A Hon John D Harris Crovpy suflocai ions uight coughs The joy of Easter people believe to be the living Messiah Gaines themums They will be ready April Kth Pleasant Hill Mt Olivet Church wu is risen as He said Co of Frankfort 500 D and all the common affections of the your last weeks issue that throat and lungs quickly relieved by I notice in Ladies especially invited burned and Pleasant Hill being old the is a joy that has triumphed over tin- pro ha run power over death and disease The Shanahan Si Co 100 Louisville and Mr G S Williams of Brookstown had Dr J H McLeaus Tar Wine Ltiug Originally the two fcundest sorrow which this world can pro perfect man wore a dressing gown of soft Nashville Railroad Co 18 and 20 North Upper Street Opposite Court House union was effected 10000 H C verameat liaildiag The 40 52 sheep that acted as if they were Balm duce The wilderness with its temptablue material with an embroidered collar McDowell Lexington 200 Louisville several introduced a congregations were the same but owing Congressman McCreary mad would butt the fence or tions the weariness and fatigue of his Beneath was black broadcloth and a gold Post a portion seceded XT JHL JE2 B If your kidneys are inactive you 136 Governor Buckner has else they would come to Its anything bill on last Wednesday to erect Gov to internal dissension a young will feel and look wretched even in the ministry the struggle and tears of chain dandled lrotn his vest Embroiderearthly establishing Mt Olivet loaned all the State tents to sufferers and ernment building in Richmond not to cost in this section that says they are most cheerful society and melancholy Gethsemane the pains and nameless ed slippers were on his dainty feet and altothe Government has loaned tents and tar- Â¬ man Dr J H Mon the jollieet occasions n ore than too 000 The biil i certain The Cassa Grande The grandest displsy of Foreign aud Domestic Dry Gorwis ever Iwfore offered agony of Calvary are now all things of gether he looked smooth sleek clean paulins from the burracks at jefferson- - naturally mad as himself and two other cLeans Liver and Kidney Balm will a Richmond will sorely need such to pa young gentlemen were passing through set you right again One Dollar per in the city of Lexington Our own importation of Paris and Berlin Dress of Mr W S Duncans new the past Hell has done its worst the natty cheerful contented gracious and vilte The name Fabrics comprises ths latest designs the newest materials Foreign Looms have a house for her U S Court Internal livery stable corner of Water and Third serpent has bruised the heel of the seed of sellpossesscd Mr Williamss farm an a hunting expedi- bottle 40 52 He received his visitor Citizens of Johnstown Pa 500 Novelties from Paris exclusively our own no two aiike and uo produced Revenue office and Post office Washington D C March 30 W tion some time ago one old sheep made Streets rear of Hotel Glyndon is the women but He has crushed its head As kindly motioned him to an easy chair duplicates can be obtained Haadkerrbiefs at him for battle he thought it would be The and the interview which followed occured Cornwall Jr President Board of Trade It is named for a large He was so are we in this world Y Cassa Grande These are the rarest and most beautiful Dress Combinations that can he shown Berkley Gatarie atta Â¬ Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs this season With French and English Cheviots Broadcloths and plain Suit to bluff him with kicks Atlanta Stable but is Italian meaning happy songs of childhood and youth are in the presence of all the angels who I am filled with sorrow by the terrible ca- an easy matter in to days Climax appears the an40- - Cbooke Bewnett 4 Urmston ings in every shade now known I but found there wa no bluff in him the soon drowned by the cares and tumi Its of still stood or sat arranged in a semi circle lamity which has overtaken Louisville It ninrMnint nf th Wpll L riOWll firm Of literally a big money chest and promises life We have to enter the wilderness about the room commo sincerely sympathize with the sufferers old sheep got one stroke at him as he beIf you want to buy a sulky surrey mine j This new sSlxxcS Watson the largest to be a gold Berkley Guthrie we kneel Col Schweinfurth said that he had and I am ready and anxious to aid them lieves he was like Sampson his strength buggy or carriage callon Douelsou Our famous brand of Black Silk superior to all others Every shade in colored Their dious stable is ready for the public It is of and struggle with the tempter and best house in Lexington Mount- Â¬ for he has the latest best and cheapest Silks with Parisian Novelties to combine Silks from India in unique and with tin roof is 65 feet wide and two in our Gethsemane with the plant and eight congregations in full blast at pres- every way in my power Please answer laid in the length of his wool spring stock of good is now open to the brick ing a high stump forgetting he had a gun 5- marvelous designs Quaint Patterns iu Gauzes Crepes aud Tinsels iu urieutal Jamks B McCreary Two handsome and spacious hopes of life in wreck about us Jnd at ent the Rockford one being the largest high public and the public cordially invited stories richness fur evening wear The Louisville Tobacco Warehouse is a cried out to his companions like the for gentlemen the other for last we have to climb the hill of Calvary with upwards of 100 members For the Burnam 4 Hume are agents for first variety and- - quality of good cant offices one Their Sirs what must I do Phillipian Jailer and But now that our Saviour has triumphed present annual convocation he had sent total wreck The proprietors Glover ladies are fitted up with iron mantles class insurance companies Try them be excelled to be saved Lupins Fabrics celehraled throughout the world ae th best 8dk and Wool hearths glass panel door and other at- we have no feais of defeat When temp out invitations especially tpecifying whom Durrett furnish The Climax with its S3 32 He knew weekly market report The Weather Henrietta Cloihs Lupins Drapde Alma Cork Screw Diagonals and Ai inures The stalls are forty five in tations assail us we have the assurance he expected from each church Entitled to the Best tractions Kid Sieves In Dixon Webster county where Jacob Wednesday was a beautiful day but number 35 on the first floor and 10 above that no temptation can take us but such all the members by name and every one Ail are entitled to the best that their Best make of Jjadies and Misses Kid carries horse and vehicles as is common to man When hunlened whom he named was expected to be pres- Slaughter formerly of this place lives a money will buy so every family should brought considerable rain An easy incline Thursday Every pair was me wnaesi 01 uic up stairs where a reservoir supplied by with the sorrows of life we can hear His ent There were sixty in all from the number of houses were destroyed and have at once a bottle of the best family Gloves ever iu town Thursday ni ings in endless varieties The most com Laces Embroideries a guaranteed In the world ye shall outside churches and forty inmates of many iives lost In the county probably two large voice saving Hosiery every pair warranted plete line of Indies m winter and sprit g and damage was done force pump connecting with remedy Syrup of Figs to cleanse the 40- A farmer have tribulation but be of good cheer I heaven That made a total congregation fifty houses were denolished Crooke Bennett 4 Urmston Friday cisterns furnishes water through adjustaWe have Ihe ntrol for this market of the GENU1NB to fencing and oher light object system when costive or bilious Fur sale length hades from lo 30 cloudy with slight mow ble hose for washing off animals and ve have overcome the world and when at of loo There was room for most of says he rode seventeen miles in a straight in 50c and 100 bottles by all leading Imperfct digestion and assimila- - GLOVE we kep them in ill baa given so 4generalbutton perfect satisfa was cold and and its dormitories iKed that The line and did not find a fence standing and dered conditions of has r tioti produce A bed room is over one office and last we must pass through the dark valley them in heaven and morning revealed one fourth an druggists SaturJav nwt a specislty and is in charge of au aktist ol grow and are oou DRE- women had one portion of the house and but few houses It wiil be recalled that the system v The stable and shadow of death we know that M room over the other loon wa clear Dr J H McLeans who has given satisfaction to the most fastidious tastes To Bridal ouflts Charles Dudley Warners essay la firmed by neg men theirs The convocation began Webster suffered greatly the past year the lis thro no darker room cd and ventilated on at 2 oclock u aud Blood Puri special alteutiuu is given and Friday night and was to last trn days with a plague among the children that The Elisors Drawer of Harpers Strength Thau lie went tnro beforeWalter Azbell will at all times be iound snow began and continued until a heavy Magazine for April will disctis ihe His resurrection is proof positive that There was only one service a day as a cost many li vhich Cassa Grandeand would be glad to when rain succeeded 42 50 1 00 per uahan return rcspjusibility of attractiveness death will not have dominion over us rule The convocation wa entire y ior Monday his numerous friend sec ciTtiaamrl all day Dr THE CLIMAX At Dillingbaat Aalti Retirees The iyndicate have had the survey of the Dillingham property completed and ent away to be lithographed Captain Williamson the engineer says there are feet and eight streets 4o lots s Main Street is continued east through the centre An electric street railway will traverse it A E Ayltz is home irom a protracted stay at Charleston W Vs where he formerly lived The past winter he went thither to fill his unexpired term a Dr Â¬ mitea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ TIIE Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ r iro tinaj M t the Direct i gtwaa Â¬ -- Ee Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWF1RM b Â¬ right-of-wa- y lt j ij s ma Â¬ Â¬ Tie Markets Morfl l l Â¬ Â¬ Come Again Â¬ Â¬ - I JEJSHagan Â¬ PLOWING Com tSSiOBGfS Sale Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ April If 90 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Certain 7as Â¬ rl Â¬ l34 ACRES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ al Â¬ Â¬ 265 ORES ngli-of-w- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II n i ay Â¬ - -a-- fl a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n W - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bitters Nte Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEEKLEY GTJTEHIE WATS02T T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IiBZINQTOX O JS Y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Blaols Colored suits C3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHITE BERKLEY OOIDS WATSO a Â¬ - GUTHRIE Print Shows thvoW became allied to Henry II she was a widow and the complacent court went MARK into mourning on a most grie TfWDE Kings were made in toe forms of tons coffins of gold contained chased 0VEK A MILLION 1MSTK11SI TFl ERADICATES BLOOD and enameled figures of death and BLOOD TAINT watches were made in the form of sllls These were worn as ornaments and are NOT- a fair sample of the extremes to which iftj Specific SS fashion will sometimes go system cf contagious Early in the seventeenth century all pc these strange forms passed out Tho Louisiana Statu Lottery Company mis ihreveport La watch makers succeeded in making the Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ watches more comnact and they as Â¬ ucational and Charitable purposes and it sumed substantially their pretest form franchise made a part of the present Slate CUBES SCROFULA EVEN IN ITS WORST FORMS Constitution in 179 by an overwhelming popular vote Its Mammoth Drawings take pi 10c T ia S i ard cleansed my rcnrSemi Annually June and December and t by taking seven system tK its Grand Single Number Drawing of S o I ice cot nad any symp bottle ton n CW Wiixox place in each of the other ten months of Spartanburg S C Ihe Jear and are all drawn in public at the Academv of Music New Orleans La HAS CUED HUNDREDS OF FAMED FOE TWENTY YEAB3 CASES OF SKIN CANCER For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed Payment of Prize attested as follows tree Swift Specific Co Atlaata Ga We do hcrehv certify that wc super arrangements for all the Monti vise the BY shoe anlM and Seini Annual Drawings of The Leu- - CAUTION Take I nontti name and WI the are aiampod onyon Lottery Company and in pertric isiana State bottom If the dealer canno Mippiy son manage and control the Drawing end direct to factory enclosing auiYcrusea price themselves and that the same are con ducted with honest v thiracsa and in aji TIIE PKATI1 s BKAJI WATCH faith toward all paities and we autbot except that in order to protect the key Â¬ the Company to rse this certificate with hole they were surioiie DJ a large tacimies ot our ignatures attached in silver ease This save them the shape its advertisements of the flat turnip and the popular voice Irreverently called them turnip watch The Flench were the first to Intro Indiclons Improvements ia weight to and size There was one except the grotesque forms which went out of fashion in the se von teen th centurr anl Commissioners that was in the ease of watches made In the form of a eross and Intended to be We hung by a ring to the girdle They are will the undersigned Hanks and Bankers We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PI all Prise drawn in The Louisiana sometimes called Abbess watches bat for Statepay Lotteries which may be presented at Buy ir try it sad you can is he best plow made One curious fact in the no good reason history of wBtchee la that in one of the our counters also handle the R If Valmsley President Louisiana halls at Oxford there is the gars of a female who la said to have been the lirst National Bank Pierre Lanais President State Nawearer of a watch No one Soeau to know what her name was or when she tional Bank CENTLEMEN A Baldwin President Nev Orleans lived I ine Calf rieavy Laced Grain and Cree A remarkable incident in connec Â¬ National Bank moor YVateriiroof l s in tli world Fmniine his Carl Kohn President Union National with the history of tion watch ki shoe Sioo II km im 11 ni skw SIIOK making is told about a watch- Â¬ Bank WKIT 8400 POLICE M FARMERS SHOE Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market 8350 FXTRA VAIIK CALF MIOR by the name of maker Arnold GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING 8iro A SJ WORKINOMrHTS MIOE8 a number of them who lived at Salisbury England aod Is21 SCHOOL MIOEB 8i0All and 8171 HOYS Bauim ana iace who was present at the lheasant inn At the Academy ot Music New Orleans male iu congress one day w hen a number of persons were TUESDAY APRIL 15 1800 discussing what was called a remarka ble feat which was that of oiling lh3 8175 SHOE FOR MISSES Rest Style Best Flflna Bent Vivterial weather cock upon the spire of the Is the best made we carry a arc W L Douglas Brockton Hsu Sold Br As this was 104 feet from 100000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each cathedral ground it was counted a difficult Halves 10 the Quarters Tenths and dangerous feat Arnold laughed at Twentieths i tste idea am offered fur a small sum 0 We carry a large line of BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS LIST OF PRIZES ascend the spire to take with him his Prize of 300000 is 300000 tods and a watch to take the watch to EAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES LINES and Prize of 100000 is 100000 pieces on the very top of the spire to is Prize ot clean it properly and to bring it down la 50000 everything necessary to hitch np Also full sets of Prize of less than aa hour lie accordingly Jjooo 25000 is Prizes of 10 000 are climbed the spire fixed his back against 20000 Prizta o the sem of the weather cock com Â¬ j 000 rc Prizes ot pleted his task and descended within 25000 10 are 100 Prizes of the given time 50000 2X Prizes of are Coooo 300 THE TOMATO ioo are 500 Prizes of 100000 APPROXIMATION OF1 PaiXl Consumption iJKirnioiis of tlte Once100 Prizes of 500 are Despised Vegetable 50000 100 do 300 are 30000 Some paper speaking of the tomato joo are 100 do 20000 crop says that 72000000 cans were put up this year past and refers to the old TERMINAL PRIZES times when the tomato was called the CO 100 arc 99900 love apple aud held about as fair a 100 are 99- - do ij match for ground cherries as food for Â¬ man or beast Mr H li SoJgrore the 3134 Prizes amountin j to 1054800 oldest newspaper man in the eitysays he Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes remembers seeing when a boy in IMS or thereabouts several stocks or bushes are not entitled to terminal Prizes of lovo apples growing on the north side of Market street near Delaware in ACENTS WANTED the garden of John Wilkins or Archie R tes or env further For Lingenfclter They were not called to- Â¬ information Club write matoes and nobody thought of eating unaiersifrned desired statin i legibtv to the HEAIEK IN clearly Jtnco them more than jiiuson burs They with State County Street ami Number were not commonly grown even for gar- Â¬ More rapid return den ornament anil it was a half score of assured by your mail deiitrv will be Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver aud enclosing an Envelope years later before they came into even bearing voir full address occasional table use Iut he reniemNrs 1Iated ware etc Special that some of the doctors of that day com mended them as a healthful thing to attention given to Address M ADAUPHIN eat and the name tomato became fa- Â¬ New Orleans La miliar Fifty years or more ago this was the fame and food value of the or M A Dai rniN Washington 1 C By ordinary letter contain tomato now more often and generally Money DIAMONES used and in more forms than any other Urder issued by all rxoress companies garden product whatever New York ExchangeDraltor Postal Note AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Address Registered Letters containing KhiMimatisui and Catarrh urrencv to Klienmatlsm and catarrh arc botk blood 35- Main Street Richmond Ky dlaeaaea In niHny severe cans base New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK R iliolanic Viclded to ircatn cut with New Orleans La Blood Bill in made by Blood Balm CO At-Â¬ REMEMBER that the payment of Promptly done aid la a workmanlike lanta la Write for book of eonvinelDg prw if Prizes is Guaianteed by Four National Sit free manner K P Dodfe Allnntn Ga says My wife Banks of New Orleana and the Tickets liHd CHtiirrh mid luilliin j did her any komI Her eaoKtltotloa flnnlly faiLni and poison are ined by the President of an Institujfot Into her blooil I placed hrr on use of tion whose chartered rights are recogCash Pad for Ola Gold and Silver B B B and to 1nysn1prise nenccoveiy wns nized in the highest Courts therefore berapid and complete or anonymous 8X3 W P McDaniel Atlanta O- - write I ware of all imitations OWA0QUA1NTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTHY WELL OBTATJr Dont lorget the place next door was much emacialtd and had rheumatism so schemes 1 could aoteet MUCH VALCTABLE rtfrOEMATIOM FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF bad alone without crutches ONE DOLLAR is the price of the to the Poet office Itichmond Kv I alio had neuralgia in ine head First etaaa smallest pait or fraction of a Ticket Issued physicians did me no good Then 1 iried B I cheer B B an Its cfierts were maeicil by us in any Drawing Anything n our fully recommend ilaaugood tomeaiid ipjiek name offered for less than a Dollar is a cure swindle Mrs Maliida Nichols Knoxvllle Tenn 39 43 I had catarrh six years and a most writes dtatreaadlur eooata and iny eyes were mmh swollen Five bottles of B B B thank liod ATTORNEYS AHC IENT QUEER TIMEPIECES OF OLD TIME Madison County Fair Association TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BK HELD AT Q F A fc E T BURNAM A 1I - Unprecedented Attraction TTORNEYS No Richmond Street Offlce TLA W Kentucky BniUJing First SHAPES -- WATCHES to Designate Odd Looking Contrivances the Time of Day Clocks In Kxlatene 800 Years Before It Was Thought Pos Â¬ sible to Reduce Their Size HE USE OF THE watch has Income so common and propla aro so ac ci ttoawd to take note of time by the pieces which they cirry In their pock els that they are ajrt to forget how recent an invention The first is it watch was not 20 yiirs old whenÂ¬ America was discovered The great a mass of the human race never watch a id If men have lived as soaio scientists claim for 100000 years Uteu how singular the fact that for M600 years of that time no one ever had a watch Of course the watch grew out of the precedent uso of the clock and it was about 000 years betwjen the first ciock That is as dowry and the first watch as one can estimate dites when the pre- Â¬ cise year of either invention is un- Â¬ known The invention of the clock is generally ascribed to the monk Herbert who was afterward raised to the tiran under the The first Bane of Pope Sylvester II clocks were cumbrous things calculated only to lie limit to tl e wall and worked For a long with cords n nd weights time they were only used in convents and monasteries where they hclpod to Wm THE COURT HOUSE RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO I9 I89O The following stake and purees Suriuun j Jm A SULLIVAN A WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH STAKES PURSES JO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR 1890 350 00 400 00 TTORNBY - A Richmond Office on - TLA W Kentucky First Street same as formerly ocÂ¬ 16- cupied by County Judge Miller TZAXLirC STATnrfi the Association in t 2 To 4 year olds Richmond To voo clash V year old ZSTQTS STAKES For To 140 class 00 500 200 added br Association mile heat u naw 1u w w Office on Second Street best two in three 1000 00 To 223 class Five per cent to accompany nomination 7 o to accompany nomination lune 1st DENTAL SURGERY and 10 additional which i forfeit e per cent additional to to start to be paid on day preceding race start to re para on oay prececmg ram A WILKES SMITH The stakes and purses are to be divided e to fill and three to start all purses DENTAL SURGEON sty er cent to first 2 per cent to second and 15 per cent to third Kentucky The rules of the National Trotting Horse Association shall Richmond distancing the field or any part of it shall be entitled HuildiinT Main Street Offlce ia trials Anv horse Office Smith boars Huo to ii V ltw to 4UU P M Entry Blanks furnished on application all races 5- Practice limited to dentistry Address all communications to Y IRVINE President If B ARBUCKLE Secretary C MORGAN L D S 2 j Bart three In five T n added by miie heat bent two To 3 year olds Q S POWELL A - TTORNEY nr A TLA V Kentucky for Sale -- But the Finest Line Hardware Stoves Tinware W C of- Cutlery CO 11 m IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE I -- FITZPATRICK Richmond Kentucky J J I -- RICHMOND KENTUCKY UfK a i -- AMSTlOSV siiiniiHiiiiuniH 1 BOOT HOUSE TO BE ENLARGED AND The 0 K BANGE is the Bfist Stve Bruit Bank Offlce Main Street over Madison National WTC B K K D D D KIRKS lLLE KENTUCKY Through Car Line SHOE to i in in Office at Klnnell residence Everything 47- lone pertalaimg to Hie profession PHYSICIANS wQ Pin DOUBLE i CINCIXXATI INDANAPOLIS ST LOUIS D CHICAGO mmtt Pet RemodeleD On account of the Inconvenience lliat we have decided will occur ilierefrom tosell out our enormous stock of J R J If FOTMTZ PHYSICIAX AXD SURGEON Richmond Kentucky Store Office W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE lMPsEtl Second Street next to Whites Drue 3- - Big-- Â¬ Injun Plow Tl w BKT Qm W EVANS M D Richmond Offlce fllsmlsf SleeplnirCars 4 nm t ars on Parlor and t alo Cart on Day Trains lceiinj The Southwestern Limited Prata cix INXATI to NEW YORK BOSTON I Boots Shoes HATS AND AT A- PHYSICIAX AXD SURGEOX Kentucky Secood Street 3- Â¬ - Capital Prize 300000 32SHOESufoi3 THE MALTA 1 SHOVEL UT J TAYLOR in Medicine and Surgery - Practitioner Richmond Slote Offlce AN ANCIENT AVATCII JACK FREEMAN - - Kentucky 3 FURNISHING GOODS All r VI III VI ED and fsftawd comfort nn rvtoa is unfifNil saf Be sure your Trfkett read ah BG FOUR ROUTE 1 Second SI reel over Dykes Grocery tlir - TR JOHN Office Oscar GMurray Mrtii A TIIO D B 5 A1TTEH CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Luxons ur KtHlrR residence at cor Main and Tates From now until the builders begin and Creek Avenue complete their work ITIIL ROBERTS This will be a rare oppor- PHTSICIAX AXD SURGEON tunity for the people of Richmond and Madison county to get the Kentucky Richmond a- Great SACRIFICE FOSTER PIIlSrCIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond M Main Street next door to 1R make miserable Um lives of the inmates Others say that Um invention of tho Some clock wa- - due to tlii Surai ens time in the fourteenth century tli canement was intrtKlneed in what is known as DeWycka rlock This of reduction in size but it seems to have taken 100 ean more for the Idea to have potten Into mens minds that the clock might be made small enough to carry in the iiockct or to hang as an ornament upon the person The city of Niireraburg claims to have made the first watch la 14T7 and Peter Hell of that city made watches of iBMl a early is 14iK Ji is certain that the first watches were called Nuremburg eggs a fact that identifies both t I pl of making and tho shape of the A RUFF Wagon HARNESS AVE HANDLE ALL GARDEN KIMS FARMING AND IMPLEMEN Ui e Biggest Bargains CENTRAL KENTUCKY Offlce At Wines A Todors Drue Store one door below HaMuaajri corner Oilers lii pro fessional services to the public 3- Â¬ yr T SEXSM1TH M D They have ever received from any source for our stock is one of the PHYSICIAX AXD SURGEOX best and largest in Kenticky Whitehall lic Offers his professional tsvft aMsBB K asVai imiMUEBJfflElil We keep on hand for inspection a num ber of Wagons and the best Road Casts that roll the pikes services to the pub 8- - P of dollars worth of ens die every year from Choi more fatal to chickens than her diseases combined But the very of a remedy ihat Jvsifnry it has been made and to be con d cf its efficacy only requires a - o ccnts bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar td If after using two thirds of a boule the buyer is not thoroughly ed with it as a cure for Chicken return it to the undersigned your monev will be refunded This is no catch penny to get rid of goods but we are in earnest about everything we say TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY Call and see our goods and prk and we will suit you We have all the latest styles in LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond SM Offlce JR Â¬ IMPOIITAKIT Ladies9 Shoes We have all the latest styles in Smith liuilding Main Street LADY FITZGERALDS TIMKrlECE Thousands MENS SHOES AND BOOTS We have all the best makes and latest styles in Misses and Childrens Shoes We have a full stock of Infants Shoes We have the largest line of watcli The works were inelofed In cir- Â¬ cular metal eases and were hung from the girdle They generally suggested the idea of the izThe Brst English watches had weights office In Smith Building on Main Bin S ial alleiiiion given to nicroscopleal and and srere seed as pockot clock Such eiictnleal exumiuaiiousol tissues and Ilulds early watches hud only one hand and of the human body required to be wound up twice a day The dials were of silver and brass the TU C S HOLTON eases had no crystals but opened at the back and front and were four or five Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Kentucky Inches in diameur about tho size of a Richmond common dessert p ate Office over D M Hrlxhts Hours Si to The first great Improvement of the a M LKJ 10 400 p in Special aUeutloa watch the substitution of springs for IIaki kUhii to diseases of women and all uiili eult cliiouic cases 1atienta treated nl a ilis weights was In U50 These springs tauce and Homeopathic medicines sen to v ere not coiled but were only straight I any address pieces of steel Soon afterward the 3- JJ W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond PUTTING W C FITZPATRICK k CO 1 iv REPAIRING Â¬ Â¬ IA mAN STOCKTON BROOKS BOYS SHOES In tlie Oitj- rRS Offlce JENNINGS 4 GIBSON Kentucky 51 Â¬ Physicians and Surgeons KITOCIT CUM Richmond II R RICE llicc now We have the best selection of it HonMleKy fwuralirUf4Md kaamirr proiei ffcl tok 111 tii aiu torau of PRIVATE Cures til lOSIC cad SEXUAL DIS- mexsos -- tAbh r hmka af Bfcai B U mmmm m m- jrw ariag aa waf the for- taal Fmiaataaw imkrkl aaata- n t E AULTZ PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON The market affords such as Knox Kentucky Richmond Stiff and Stetson Fklt Hats Office Street Building up AF We have an abundant sup- Clienault 22n W Mainstairs Buniain ply of Umbrellas Neckwear Shirts -- penders Gents lloeierv ccc jR J M BLACK HATS Main street over Wallace shoe store Klccs oii J cuivil ine I WM Jofan M Itavls Tyler Texas writes obleeta naasber of years lo ki eilsof Inflam miitory rtieumatlsiu which NX hollies of P B B thank heaven has entirely cured me I have not felt the slightest pain sun- - Fine s Carriages BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west Â¬ DESSQLUTIQH HOTIHE Â¬ NEW BUGGIES NEW PHiETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES 18- FAST LINE BETWEEN All to be COST The grocery firm of Hagan A Clienault compoBPil ot J H Hasan and David Clienault liaa thia day iHaanlawl by Lexington Schcitols in Effect No 9 SOUTH BOUND Ex Hun Lve Lve Lve Lve Cincinnati Nov iptera Faea AetaioguaatatBj l aa c Bcxnal rw af fatjW SYPHILIS asua- law at dtaaaaar mm Uiilna tkaaaaav ttsira raaA aiilL Ph vaicaaaa k a i3f thit fact rm Rflwad Btrtaw udt cbj Tfcem fttfeUitoaamTaatft M r rc aAaai BaMBmaM mall r arpMaa e a here b ttkatafjk 1T wWUXj -- ttuaLpavrc4BUB- C a - AT COST At Cost AT COST Give us a call and see for yourself Respectfully PHYSICIAX AND SURGEOX 25- - Red Horsn Kv mutual consent Clienault retiring J 8 HAOAN March 24 lSJO D CHKNAULT 17th No 4 Daily Sou 807 917 1000 1889 No Ex Bu 335pm 245 pm t Circ Guaranteed la all Case a pwnn -Ity WALLACEBOGGS New and Original Designs OF ARTISTIC Fnsurance BURNAM HUME THE A1JIJKSS WATCH OaaawiJBtUaj or br Irtter - fre ant tirinj tin ItrrH 4 BtHail Of MaaMllSiallaucrlL nn ant ta PRIVATE COUNSELOR FtkevlS wmj be r iMimfanlr nHhSHf d It Address ahar BuaUja I to a r a 1L MONUMEN TS aflamPeSMBB In Granite and Marble VSfTllrmJlHBlFSBB r3JJmtlHelH J W MACKEY AT TH- K3NT A -- First Class Workmanship PSICES AND LOWEST CONSISTENT Wc have the largest trade in Central Kentucky and guarantee satisfaction jSbt Write for trices and information before ordering any style of work WM ADAMS BOX Importers 49 48 VITH Handsome Barber Shop and Firsi - Class Barbers coiled mainspring in a barrel This was fastened o a piece of catgut which was wound around a spiral grooved fusee In the shape of a cone The last coils were The Oldest and Strongest American around the small end of the cone thus presenting in the running of the watch Companies the least leverage to the greatest force As the cone was nu of the spring NORTH AMERICA wound the leverage changed in propor- Â¬ SPRINGFIELD tion to the force of the spring This made It possible to attain considerable CONNECTICUT accuracy in the running of the watch A small linked chain was substituted for PENNSYLVANIA Um catgut and this style of chain re Â¬ NIAGARA mained until comparatively recent times The spiral hair spring which GERMANIA Is so necessary for equalizing tho mo-Â¬ MERCHANTS tion was iuvoned and attat lied about tho year 1653 by Dr Book Lengthen- Â¬ ROCK BOTTOM ing or shortenirg tho spring lessens or increases the vibrations and makes the Dont forget our office is at the regulation of ths watch an easy matter The cases of ho early watches were Farmers National Bank made for personal adornment and were of all sorts and shapes One that be- Â¬ BURNAM HUME longed to Lady Fitzgerald tells in a way the classic tale of curious N B Tobacco Bsrns Country Stores Jupiter and Gannymede The works are contained in the body of the eagle which and Milling properly specialties opens across tho center and displays the dial plate richly engraved with scrolls 33 32 and flowers Tie silver gilt watch In the form of a deaths head was givei to Mary Queen of Scotts by her husbaud the dauphin SETTLE of France It wis lately in the p smb of Sir Join Lauder and came to his family through Catherine Seton to The firm of Wallace Kick Richmond Ky having dissolved I desire that all perotis indebted to us call at once at lie old stand and settle This means all accounts up to March 3rd 1S1M1 the day of dissoluiion 40 43 B T KICK Jit fnee was invented connected with a As we have dissolved partnership we will have to call on our friends lo come in and settle Immediately We need money and money we must have Settle at once and savf cot 41 44 Haoan CuENAtir My vehicles are all new and of very late t patterns They are foe on the most reasonable terms If wHiita vehicle come and see me you wont go home without one 5 Assignees Notice All persons indebted toG W Drath erage will please call at the Btadboa Nalional Bank and pay same to H P Deatheragc All pefoaa havinr claims against lbs said J W Dcailiemue must present them as ahovp properly proven on or before the 1st day of May 1890 Joe Deathkkaok 41 43 the Arr laii rale Arr fxnmton you Lve laris and Arr Winchester Arr Jtiehiiioud Air lane Iw Arr man ford JOHN DOXELSON l Cincinnati ioviiiKtmi Falmouth tyurhiaiia 810 am 818 am pm pm 507 pm 1110 a in 1023 pm 540pm 1200 pm in55pm 630pm 11 944101 1037 am pm pm 408pm 5 THE CHICAGO 11 R8CK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY Tm 1205 JESSE COBB Arr Livingston Lve KielimoiKi Arr Kerei 140 pm 455 pm 530 pm 155 pm pm 6ao pm 730 pm 45 pm jj No 520 pm 5 pm No NORTH BOUND KxSnin Kx Sun Lve Iivingsion Lve Bam Arr Itieiiitioml Lv- No 1 Daily Assignee Arr Richmond Lve M Ianristrr 1023 am 1145 am 700 a in 800 am of transportation to and from all cidas to WTia an and ccouoraicU Col orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cars between Kansas City rnd CaldweU Hutchinson City Palace Sleeplnar Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson and Pulluiia and THE MISSOURI RIVER LtlaVeJ9esva8Vare8 of to richest farminij aid graanor lands in tfce world formlnir the speediest most popular system MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Including mnin linns branches and Mtnsir3 E3t end West Missouri River To ail points Bast North rn i Nr rth west from of trie iTt n l8bind DavenportDeaMomes FUY Cuervo aaad via AlaaaK LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lafce Pipestone W town Minneapolis St Paul and lnterveid cni 3 enortdirect route In connection VTlth ncuiraaaL Louisville Nasbvllle and Eastern and Stucra point j ccnveircEura Kansas City it also constitutes THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FHOrVI 1 t Z 1000 am P - lm RATES MILLINERY MRS LEE MAUPIN Vrr Wtnrfaestar Arr V 200 pm 205 250 320 412 540 550 pm pm pm pm pm pm TH 7I5am ZZZZ BH While thanking Ihe ladies for past SIS TO INSURE COLT favors assures them that she has Ihe most elegant line of roods in the city JESSE COBB is 15 hands high and with the assistance of Miss Sallie Owens as trimmer will continue to chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to 200 pounds fine action and is a model give bargains as heretofore 120 E Main Ktreet opp Second Presbyterian saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond 1st darn bv Ttittlc horse he by Estill Eric 41- Church sire of dam of Georgette anoJa anJ Vara 238 Second dam Lucy bv Young This Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the Iv- - laris KtOU Lve season of 1S90 at the Fair Grounds viuhiana Lve Falmouth Richmond Ky at Arr ovinulon Arr Ihieitinatl I 1035 am n45 a m 700am - am 421 pm 823 am 444 pm 913 am 526 pm expm 6 t8 pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND No Daily Ba Sun 700 a m boo am 827 a m 851 a m 923 am 1025 m IOx No 11 Dally siun 35 1 - IIIEDUTELT FOR SALE A Davy Crockett 3J dam by Cannon Whip 4U1 dam by Traveller o- CHARLES E COLYER 4 CO PAKKISU m l Vinson llgtaiu IarN Arr Mlllsraburg turlisle Jotonann Maysvlle BOHTH BOLND Lvi Maysville JollllSOII Lve Cincinnati P 344 450 545 612 636 730 810 pm pm pm pm p in pm pm steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated c d ansas City aici St Joseph daily on arrival of trruns flk aia in nJJutlea6t with eleg ant Day Coaches Pulimru Paaca from tne EastI FREE Reclining Chair Cars BUNmGTHHOUGH WiTHO penvor Colorado Springs and Pueblo making etcps only at stations in Kansas and Colorado Sup ri Dnin Ho venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph lurniau deiicioua mamte at seasonable hours and at moderate price THE ROCK ISLAND 18 THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE Manttou Pikes Peak the Garden of ta Gods Cascade Grown U urteln a aus Idaho tspi ags the mountain parks mining csm- - and resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions of Coorado Its Vostibulo Express Trains are oouippcd with every modem in r r n raant tnat can add to safety convenience comfort and luxnrioua ill iimmiI at terminal cit es in Colorado tSI1 aiUM cioae connections Grande Colorado Mioland Union Paotfic Depots Denver and Rio w aaiia li umBr aivorpny uaa rv or iiMTO iiaps iimo iP Dlcs Oaeued monthly or further desired folders copies the WaTn Trail information address toy ritiaIe ircDo-t-teryen-- ng 1 ri - UM E ST JOHN General MwiaB- - HMICAOO TII JOHN SEBASTIAN Tzs A JE Â¬ HOUSE and LOT on Lancaster UW Avenue now occupied by Mrs Mais Watts A No io No IJ Dully Dally Ex Sun Ex Son am 715 am 740 m 8 35 am 49 BRYANT Writ CLNNINGHAM Phaeton Pony and Harness An excellent Carpet and a tine Hide board If not Bold before some of the above article will tie offered at public sale in front of the Court House 011 next Court dav April 7th at 2 oclock i NswLivery and SalsStable Â¬ Perfect satisfaction given to every ial attention given to ladies nod children Also to my country I have moved my shop over to the Hotel and I hope all will come to see me Yours very respectfully 29- JOEL W MACKEY JBB9urttV feTREEe l mfcJlUflo Lexington Ky wFREE iig tt Im M 40 41 E FOHMAX Lexiiigliin pra Covltlajtoo MC33 a m pm ClnriiiiiHtl m 1045 No i xinutoii IMG We have erected a new and commo Â¬ Pari W TeavM Except Sunday h in Arrival Itii3 a in dious Livery and Sale Stable corner of No 8 Indnuall iln p m Arrive m 1kIiiioiuIi 7u 3rd and Irvine streets Richmond Ky No 7 Lves Falinoi Virives and ask tne public lo give us a trial Clnciminii 7o in Kxn -- No 3 ruus daily iKtween TRAIN NOi HORSES HITCHED OR FED C o rims dally I 1 s Millorsbur Arr Purls ttirlisl 515 a 557 a m 150 332 323 347 415 630 630 pm pm pra pm pm KpinV Short Ban fir CoJor and STRATTONBosiHESS College Teitvrmpk yJtrm MpfMV I L L E K Y 17 I C T WELLS B F CARR COAL CO C T WELLS CO J A G WILLIAMSON CITV ENGINEER Civil Engineer Surveys made and Surveyor for Dissolution Notice Tl J pikes Roadways Estimates given c Farm drainage Town lxis laid off Railways Turn- Â¬ iaja aaaaftlca aa wall to loow wtau w aaajd to to tboaa who raii roor DrMwnaiadlbaaaalulToa 1batalararaaiilta in luabla liwb foraa which hoM f arait whruoact alanad and ihoa wa arr rrpoid Wt wr all freitht rtc Attn y Know all if va wowld lik to ro w work for u roo u rorw rrooa to SoV prr wrrk kfiwarda Addrraa Stlaooa fc Jo B SI 3 Fottlkkd Maiae aa l jj0l4 aatkarjxr V7amiud kaa7 u U HJ Duntmr a T tk uli ni Wltk Hftfki aiul p n rqnal ralnr OX rBJtBOK l oriin- car aecur mm -- HEMP SEED Home grown China hemp seed guar anteed new for sale For price etc addreaa G I DOUGLASS 37 44 A MODERN SnAPE Â¬ rales AT KKABOXAHLE RATES Saddle horses horses aud buggies hired at low Icr 18 15 No- - WKlngtoa foi Winebea- Ry lbl TW of II ouk hold VV1 IWIKf PARRISII the CUNNINGHAM Cent Dow ar do la oaaa aJ STEELE BROS Yarnallton Lexington Ky Ky i Mies 0 Dissolution acent V1 lllNs Titu 8KI ol to any ijoim For full pir a for nl TiiroiiKli li any or K 11 011 Kcked any Trav Paasr Agt li BACON LexlustonKy unatl 01r Ittdkt II K I ERAL LAND SURVEYS Lines retraced Special attention given 10 topographical maps and plats of Correspond farms aud other lauds D M Phelps ro ence solicited with parties interested d accouiismt at in surveys of lands in mountain coun- Â¬ tttk oieuts can be ties of Kentucky Bm aW Offlce City Hall RichmoudKy I Â¬ 185 Mules For Sale We have one hundred muie colts and eighty five yearlings for sale Strictly good aud sold in numbers to suit pur- Â¬ chasers Six miles east of Richmond 00 the Speedwell pike 1- 7D A COLYER HH D M whom the unfortunate Mary gave it be- Â¬ fore her execution HA PSViYAr J1 There is a si h in a Boston of tho pil- Â¬ grim fathers I n the form of a deaths head but differs from the 46 Wiqqins Block Cincinnati O one engraved here by opening at the under jaw It has at the top a small Can refer to buildings successfully ring by means of which it was attached erected in Richrnoud Maysvilie Mt lie Sterling Wiuchester and Owiuguville lous Diana of Poitiers 66 S- RRO VN Arolxiteots Notice U hereby riven that the part hip wiiich baa exiKtcd between the iinderaigncil under tiie firm name of McKBg Tkayjtok has been mutiml- y dissolved All parlies indebtrd to the firm will settle at once with Owen McKee und till parties bavins claims against the llrm will present them for payment to Owen McKee on or tfore May let It 14th 1890 40 42 K i The yard is easy of accee Persons ihe depot desiring to haul their own coal will not have to cross the railroad I respectfully request a liheral pat God Ddivmdta ronaate of the citizens of both county and city 13- T S BRONSTON COAL m I have purchased the property of the Company and ill keep ou baud all of the beet varieties of aaiil TiicOftlv Coal Yard in Town Only a square from iou uoni nave to Um Court away out to uyFutoITnnL TU0MA8 B AYKESS Real Estate and General Collecting Agency WST Spue Mccarty aad Steam Fitting - SoftCoal and Anthracite Nut and Lamp Coal Loweat PlTimTjiasr Gas JE HENKYCTRAYNOR and exchange of Real L collection of all kind of account to the sale to the 47 46 Pump Repairing a Store o0 49 I 17- - c 7 wslls a 00