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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 ric1897062301_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. RICHMOND CLIMAX. YOLTJME NUMBEK " ; I 3. XL NEW LAWS. RICHMOND, MADISON AN ANCIENT LETTER. COUNTY, ' KENTUCKY, and WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, oo L89T. II arn cauticn all of Simmons T v r 1 il.itt.r on a subject of the deepest i and linportarrco to their health 'h.ip their lives. The sole rrocrietora ij makers of Simmons Liver Regulator ro i.i ik cu'iuniera arc ouen ceceiveu DV v tj a d taking some medicine of a or tasie, btheving it to f , ir ra unn Liver Regulator. We warn 1 hat nVjs th word Regulator is on ( jrUagf or bottle, that it is not Simmons In"- - Reyn'itT No one else makes, or s Liver Regulator, or ev" 0 n hTj.'cill'-- d isiramons Jjiver Kegnlator, J H Zeilm & Co., and no medicine made can li innmc e sf is the same, , ii n and we cannot be responsible, if j r (1 medicines represented as the same do r deio you as vou are led to expect they w ll Bear tins fact well in mind, if you have len in the habit of using a medicine which ynuppoedto be Simmons Liver Regulator ticcnuse th name was somewhat like it and the package did not have the word liegulator on it, jou have been imposed mpon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Kegulator at alL The Regulator has Wen favorably known for many years, and all who ue it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague, Bilious Fever, Constipa-t- i in Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders V -1 1 .wni.ult-Simmon- WARNING. 9 uers ' ih ! is jealous of quotations of his cotton result of the late F.ewion of the Kentucky Lcgislatuio, tlie following bills have passed the Legislature, been approved by the Governor, or else became a law without his. denature, and are now, or will become, the laws of the sliste in a few days: Bill transfuriing Pincville, Bell county, from city of fourth class to city ol fifth Ab a class. Bill to prevent the spread of the hort-cs. dis-eai- -e h of glanders among Bill providing the manner of stibmit-tiu- ; j'-- coiiMitutioual nmendmenfe to a vote of the people. Bill anieiulins the school law so that in counties containing cities of the first r second classes the county superintendent shall reide in the county outnde the city limits and be elected by the vot-ei- s outside the city. each Judge of the to employ a stenographer at a salary of $So0 per year for two j cars. I hanging time of holding circuit court in Andcison county. To authorize the formation of corporations in counties of less than lOO.COO which may do both banking pnd a tniht business. Providing for the payment of the expenses of the committees attending the funerals of Senators Weitsinger and Salver. To reduce the sheriff's fee from $2 to 51.50 for selling real estate for unpaid taxes, and requiring the sheriff to make affidavit that the delinquent had no personal estate out of which the taxes could have been uinde To legalize the borrowing of money by the asylum during the past year. To pay Lewis Smith for keeping the State House lavatories in order. Changing' the time of holding Circuit court in the counties of Mercer, Boyle, Lincoln and Garrard. l'roiding that all cars or barges on wbiili coal or coke, mined or manufactured I iy convict labor which is shipped into this State, shall be labeled "convict Bill Authorizing Court, of Appeals ng from f We atk you to look for yourselves, and that Simmons Liver Regulator, which yoa can readilv distinguish by the Red Z en wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZKII.IX & CO. Take a Diseased Liter. Simmons Liver Regulator. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Mrs. Julia Jones, of Ashland, Mo., pub. lished in the Bugle of that city, the following ancient letter, which we think will be of interest to the younger generation. This letter was written liefore the invention of and when letter postage was 25 cents, paid by the receiver. The epistle is dated August 3, 1S1C. and mailed at Richmond, Kentucky to the following address: 'Air. William Glenn, Missouri Territory, County of St. Louis, Near Wouko Push," ami a portion of it reads like this: -Biothcr: I leccived a letter from Hugh and James Glenn, dated March , 1810, stating to me that one of them would be up this fall concerning some luml they wished me to giye them sonio information of. Respecting of it, I wish you to show them this letter to satisfy them that 1 never knew of their father having any land in the State of Ken-luckbut one hundred and fifty acres that he sold la W, A, Bowls. I would lie glad if he could send me some money this fall to pay off part ot the cofet of Uiat suit that you and McCormick brought against me nud Joseph Glenn, as I have had all the money to advance. As yet I have got Brother Joseph's obligation to jmj' half of all costs ami for half my trouble, which will amount to fifty dollars fur attending on the suit. Yours, etc., em-elopey, 'Aran" POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavening xtrength and healthlulness. Assures the food ORalnst alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands, koyai. bajcino rowoES CO., NEW YORK. being unable to account for the slump in any other way, laid it to the telephone. At first it was but a mere suggestion, but later it became the actual belief along the 'ine built by the (ieorgia and Alabama Company. So thoroughly imbued were they with this idea that they took the law into their own hands, and the courts have been appealed to by the corporation to protect its lines. On more than one - ai"in poles have been chopped down nnd wires cut in two by in ;hvi; belief that they were responsible for the low priics of cotton. One line iu particular, extending from U.tlsden to Walnut Grove, has been the victim of this belief at least half a dozen times. One farmer, after breaking the wire in two, lied one end to his wagon and pulled down seven miles of it. Kentucky Fair Dales. e04im v w T US ANDY GAIHA HBrL jfvy 9 K. ALL DRUGGISTS fciiajs n n. YaMftA "Nothing else like it:" The moat refreshing; and r We Send il FREE! TO in II I II 4! PL. ? pleasant Soap for the skin. WEAK jrecobstipatiohJ I 104 ?SS ?3j'..KSy,.u riT(.. 25 I SO .. niemaa.noniiriirtr. au. CTr :u.imi i.uwuuauui. uutiiunijuis .... .... iRflT T1TPI Y fiTTiRiYPiJUn t0 mmmm$m&2 erc eornsli?3HRi. anr . .. ' Hiimi ill., iiiirnro. fr v.-u.i- i i'J?-i- S t b;ra11 - ' .MEDICATED fit's : Young and Old. Rejoice witii ns in the Discovery, m !$ maor crtre.Mit .. 3.onirr.ii. rat .rairiijicrairrsuiis. . n.. or.rrr mrs. ..vi 1 Cascsrrts are the West - ten BBTBHEOUS u n s $&i JSOAR TOILET n.X u'Ji 1 Zi lib jii ju rmrr BRIDGEFORP'3 HURSERYJBATH PICTURESQUE KENTUCKY SCENERY. Elk Lick Falls and Other Natural Near Richmond. Wonders Hugh Glenn. "Do not w rite to me by the post f you can help it, as money is very scarce in MISS Mil, UKIl (HILHEX, .s TEXOCRA Keutuckv." EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS. PllEll A XD Kentucky. TYPEWRITER. Tin iimoxd, 3" Office V adjoining A .R Uurnam'e. D Y. MILLER. ATTOSXnY-AT-LA- R1TSYS. Richmond, - - Kentucky. nlBce in the Burnum Building, next door to feb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. C. F. BCHNAM. W. s. MOBERLEV. ft'JRNAM MOBERLEY. Attoskkys-at-Law- . RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. occu0 mined." To prevent the "egging" or of public speakeis Increasing the rate of State taxation from 42i the ?!00 to oil cents for three years. After three years the inte-rup-ti- rate to be 47J couth. Luipowering the State to borrow $500,-00- 0 by issuins bonds. 5 S"CrZJZJI",vr.jtT. Authorizing the Coroner of Jefferson county to employ a stenographer. Appropriating $500 per year to prevent A w, A TTonx E tins spread of the San Jose scale among - - KENTUCKY. mciIMOND, fruit trees. OiTici' over Tayl rs Hardware store, op-- ii Providing for the payment of interest itr Court House, on Main Street. on State warrants. The anti mob bill making felony of II. B HOiJ, participating in mobs, and making memATTORNEY AT LAW. bers also liable in civil damages. Kentucky. Hu'iiMovn, House bill providing that any protem. A REMARKABLE DINNER. Judge. Commonwealth's: Attorney or othOfllre No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 P0 er officer leceiving pay in whole or in Perhaps the most remarkable dinuer part out of the State Treasury shall reGit A NTH LILLY, on record was" that given by an antiquary ceive his pay out of the salary of the regnamed Goebel, in the city of Brussels. A TTORXE Y-- T LA W, ular ofiicor, unless a good excuse is At the dinner were apples that ripened Kentucky. given. Richmond, more than 1.S00 years ago, bread made from wheat grown before the childreu Types of Kentucky Saddle Horses. ("WW S. W. corner M.iin aiid Seitmd of Israel parsed through the Red Sea, t up stairs. Will lin'cticf in all and spread with butter that was made the courts of Madison and adjoiuin;: Kentuckians have bred saddle hor when Elizabeth was Queen of England. count it and Court of Appeals. for beautj' and charm, and have The repast was washed down with wine got them There is a charm about C. v P M". OHENAULT, J. that was old when Columbus was playthe Kentucky horse that no other ing with the boys of Genoa. The apples A TTORXEYS A T LA II', American horse has. No other ani weie from an earthen jar taken from the Kentucky, mals I have ever met in the country ruins of Pompeii. The wheat was taken Richmond, exist in tho memory with quite the from a chamber in one of tho fascination of certain horses I have the butter from a stone shelf pyramids, O'lice- on Second street, over Chen-niiitin an old seen in Kentucky. There was, for well in Scotland, where for, griK'eiy. several instance, a few miles from Lexington, it had lain in an old earthen crock a roan gelding that had this fascina- iu icv water, and the wine was recovered CTJEEN CLAY, tion to a high degree. He had the from an old Vault in the city of Corinth. A TTOllXEY-- A A llr. Optob in Bomira Building, recently pied by A. R. Buinam. st A Mi-res cen-tuiiT-L--- The annual excursion of the C. II. & D. Railway to Niagara Falls will occur this year on July Sth. The rate from Cincinnati, O , will be $7.00. Ticket will be good five days. Trains will leave Cincinnati about 12:00 Xoon. The accommodations wjll be ilrbt- class in every particular. Elegant day coaches, Pullman and Wagner sleeping cars. The route is the most interesting of any. Going via Toledo, Detroit and the Michigan Central Railway through the best part of Southern Canada, direct to the Falls. This is tlie only line, that passes close to the brink, from which a full and complete view ot both the American and Canadian Falls can be seen to advantage. Niagara is one of the ercat-cwonders on the globe everybody knows of Niagara, and everybody wants to go there. The C. II. & D. R'y was the first to inaugurate these cheap excursions, and always has the best accommodations provided for its patrons. Persons desiring full information about this excursion. ihould address the undersigned and a descriptive circular will be mailed vou. D. G. EDWARDS, r.iss'r Traffic Mg'rC. II. &. D. R'y, Cincinnati, Ohio. es n graceful Kentucky characteristics Richmond, Kentucky. and yet with a difference. THE COMPOSING ROOM. His beauty appeared particularly in the Wash the office towel. This is no 13 Collections solicited. shape of the rump and in tho carrijoke. age of the tail, There vras an ex r:rrsi::iA"73. quisite trick Ki the conformation of Have a place for everything and keep the quarters. "Charming and very everything in place. Kentucky," you said, as you looked Keep the proof press clean and scrape 3)11. IT. R. GHISON, at them, and yet you felt that you of! all hard caked iuk. ha never seen quite that before. It Preserve every neat, tasty specimen ot rilYSICIA X A XD SURGEON, Kentucky. was perhaps a bold flight nearer tli punting for future reference. RiciiMoNii. Kentucky ideal than you had ever lilow out cases. every day. This will scon. This quality of the figure was preserve OiFic in the lo tVtlins rmiMin, 18 and ao typeiealtb, and is clean. certainly due to an infusion of the Street, orer White cld druefctore. bids. Figure Never make Denmark grace. The tail was the carefully on every job received. CIIAS. HOOKER, other chief beauty. There was an Have a place for shooting stick and airy grace in the carriage of it which surgeon, i e rr.niXA n reminded you of the fortunato work mallet and see that they are kept in Graduate OiU'irio Veterinary College. of some architect of gnius. "What place. you done to him ?" I said, referYou cannot do good .work if yon use Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. have ring to tho graceful lightness with the same type for printing books, newsOffice an stairs over New York Store, corner 46- Minn aud Firt lrcct&. Richmond which the tail was held. papers and posters. said the farmer; "as you drive out of Wet paper is just as good as plaster for II. C. JASPER, m. the gate you will seo his old dam in juEtih ing forms; besides it is cleaner and Medicine and Surgery. tho pasture to tho left, and you will les expensive. Oflice Collins Building, MainStrett. see that she carries tho same tail Discard and dispose of every font of Telephone fit residence (the Carr place) on that ho does." I did look at the antiquated, worn-oIlroHdway. letter, and replace Kentucky- - mare on the way out, and it was so. witii new and modern faces. IticiiMoxu, This carriago of the tail is also a Denmark characteristic. It is said, Make compositors number their gal DR. O. A. KENNED?, by the way, that this tail has been leys as well as their "takes." This will PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, to the Kentucky hcrse avoid much confusion and many misKentucky transmitted takes. Kinuioxn, from tho Arab progenitor of tho Engthoroughbred, and that the trait Study the tastes of your patrons and Office in Smith Huilding. No. 104 Main Street, tip lish is due to the fact that the hair was strive to please them. In this way you flairs, umce nonrs 13 id 11a 4 10 50 ciock. not allowed to grow upon the tail of will hold your customers and make DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, tho Arab till he was Ave years old; money. Don't throw typo in the boxes when Kentucky the custom of keeping the tail shaved, Richmond. observed through many generations,; distributing; it is just as easy and much made it thus light and easily held up. ' more economical to gently drop .type in Telephone at efEce and residence. v the case. Harper's "Weekly. ... r 1 Falls, located 011 the Richmond pike, twelve and one-hamiles from this city, is a more wonderful natural curiosity than Richmond jxople uenerallv realize Two small creeks or branches meet and fall into a canyon aliout sixty feet deep, and in the waterfall is a mass of limestone similar to that deposited in the caves of this limestone region, extending from the bottom to the top of this waterfall. This mass is from ten to thirty feet wide, and from live to ten feet thick .and probably contains 100 tons of stone made by the water. The cliiris shelving about the falls, and yon can go under it behind the limestone curtain in the falls on a shelf of the rock. This branch is a tributary of Elk Lick and runs on down the gorge with numerous cascades, one of which, about 200 yards down the branch, is thirty-fiv- e or forty feet high, and it soon joins the main Elk Lick, and in about n quarter of a mile pmpties into the Kentucky river, which miles 'each way from this point is liouude I by cliilo from oOO to 400 feet high. It is very curioiiH that with the excep tion of a small amount in one small fill of a few feet there is no other deposit of of this limestone in this stream. It must have required untold ages for the water to Dake thij enormous deposit, and this wild ravine of steep cliffs niubt have had almost its exact present formation when this deposit began. If you have time, goon to Cleveland or Clay's Ferry, as it used to be called, and observe the brosen strata ol the earth'scrust wbih crosses the river there twite, and is fine showing ot this j;re.it Kentucky geological faujt, which runs across the rough broken river hills for about forty miles. The locks north of this fault have been thrown up several hundred feet abuve those bouth of the break; and yet the top surface is so near this same elevation as to indicate that this fault occurred iu the rock strata be" lore the Kentucky river began to cut its deep pathway along those towering cliffs now 300 to 500fect above the stream. If you ride up to the top of the hill on the Madison county line of the river you will be 430 ieet above the river and enjoy a splendid view of river aiid its hills. On the way to the rier about nine and a half miles from Lexington you can ste across Madison county to "Rig to Hill" about seventeen twenty miles south ol Richmond, or or nearly foi ty miles from your point of olibervatiou- - This big hill is in Jackson county, and extends a great many miles each way around tlie horizon. At least nail dozen counties are visible lrom this point. The associate editor of tne Climax coasted down the steep declivity called a pike, on the Fayette side last Wednesday, and later in the week knelt at the foot of "Big Hill", thirty miles to the east, whilst between the two stretches the grandest spot of dirt on the foot stool, peopled by the chosen of earth, who think there is no place like Richmond, no county like Madison no stale like Old Kentucky! Li.-lf Elk At the annual meeting of the Kentucky Fair Association, in the Willaid Friday afternoon, the following were eleetid officers for the coining yean President, W. I. Samuels, Rardstown; Vice Presidents, J. H. Mallory, Rowling (irecn, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond ; Secretary and Treasurer, A. R. Carroth-ers- , "Louisville, The committee appointed to make list of dales for this season's fairs submitted the following, which was adopted by the meeting: Versailles, Tuesday. .Tu'y 20. Richmond, Tuesday, July 27. Danville, Tuesday, August 3. Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10. Rardstown, Tuesday, August 17. Elizabethtown, Tue-da-y August 24. Rowling Green, Wednesday, Septem- something wrong! and feverish, and have frequent attacks of Indigestion and Bil- Depend upon it, iousness? your liver is out of order. Begin time, arouse the liver to activity and purify the blood, building up health and strength to resist the attacks of more serious ailments by taking There9!s !' ECONOMIST 3 RANGE. 1 A y PRICE 25? .. i m m ws When a man has snfiVrel for years with a weakness that blihU hits life awl robs him of all that really make life worth Iivin;;, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not posM the moral co irage to stop hw downwanl course. We will semi von by mail. ABSOLUTELY EKEK, in plain jwekaf. the DK. a to permmfntlv SELK-VBIISK- II0EE3IA.VS VITAL TABLETS, with a legal E cure bEli THEM! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! It lasts twice as long as otters. trial wilt convince ycu of ii3 great merit. Win pi:as: ins mos: lasuoious. ," Are you subject to colds on j slight exposure, always tired j 3 CHARLES F.MILLER, Mir. of FRENCH MILLED TOILET SOAPS AND PERFUMEJtV. Lancaster, Penn. ESTABLISHED. 1849. l' Vi,?iV'J'VWWW , forever ami all uiiBatBral drai.w. Ueturns to former appearances emacUted orjrins. Xj U. O. L. fauul nor recipe decept Jen. If we could not cure, we would not send our medicine FBKE t try, and pay when xatistie.1. Write toilv.'as this liiav not Address apjairagun. EMISSIONS NESS. MliMT VVUIllli'ELE hKXUAL STOPS LirWEAK11 gaar-ante- e O, ,. ,., Vestern Medicine Company, lxrocrosvTED. 2A- -'i F. 0. Og,'s Corsets ? MAKE -- Kalamazoo, 31ic!i- - American Beauties ?'& Johnston' Sarsaparilla QUART BOTTLE. .ECX03 SOLD OX 60RREG1 i j 5 AJLolute Gunrnt:tcc. Vi.X - ber 1. t a sure, quick, and certain cure t for all diseases caused by impure j blood or torpid liver. ' Quart Dottles, $:. i t SHAPES. McDonald's CELEBRATED WORM POWSEES THE CREATEST ViORM 0CSTR3YCR m !? Paducah, Tuesday, September, 7. .Inly i: will be offered to Winchester, which was not represented at the meet ing. A TALK i WILUArtS. DAVIS, PROOXS & CO. Detroit, Mich. fclck Hc;(1i;h A1 AH v- -a -- && & . SOLD m RICHMOND. ARTISTIC CASr AN a PLEASViT P THw iise TO Wf j')f 3 V EFFECTS. " i is! Sold by D. Z. fc T. IJ. Taylor, Vnco, Ky. WITH DINGLEY. ::SADDL,ERY.:f: On.Lacb.Box. AH (New York Lite.) "I am Mr. Dingely. Is this Life?"' "Yes. Good morning, Mr. Dinglcv. How's business?" "W what business." 'Why, the woolen business." "ilow tlo I know? I'm not in the wool en huisincV "Oh! I thoug'it you were." ' Non;ence. A few shares, more 01 lets. that's all. A mere." "Bagatelle?" 'Yes Nothing to speak of " "Certainly not. Mr. Dingley, Pardon me for mentioning it. The tariff business is your real occupation, I presume." Lengths. NEWEST MODELS. Smallest dow Easiest to take Entirely vegetable Most certain and er fmlini: Worm Detrovcr EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a cen- s turywirh continually increas-- T tne demand. Think a moment. t Does this not mean merit ? V 125,000 Children yearly Sent to their Graves by lYorms. ricDONALD'S PRICE. CELEBRATED WQP.H POWDERS would have sacJ them a!!. 2.Tf. Iy Tr:it 1IOX. Manufactarcil by t'.c pro(jnctcr. db ? Q hand-mad- JrSy vfcsr n&v -- . fin ll 'lllO mM US, 1 J 7i FAHCY and Hal 53 .T. JL. 3XTDOrsJiL.X)J ItMMl-vIllo- . T'n. ' may5-6m- o At 'Walter Azbkus Liveby Steele. e All kinds of hirnesi. cheaper 'Vertainly of course." than can be bought any wher; in Richmond. "As between the active management Gi e us a trial and be con incrd. Satisfaction feb21-t- f of a woolen mill and the active manage- guaranted. ment of a tariffbill.you prefer the latter." 'To be sure. Now you don't mean to jQGGZ'gsCCC9r???yScOf?t v accuse me" I IIU ? ' 3) Ifi "Not at all, Mr. Dingley, but a man in s your position dosen't alwavs have the tasle or judgement to see the impropriety of some things. If this were so possi-b!- " 'Geo. White. ssssssiSlfli The Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- PLAIN. FEATHERBOHE CORSET L. & CO, lv. Express IN1. JR. R. AKV K. tJ. DiVJSION. In Effect March 1, lSDffi. a. if. I'ans, 3'avsvill', Wia- - p. x. chester and Lexiatoa for CiifcinnMiJ SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD BY raea AND . &$& S i I-- W. D, 0LDHA4I k COItiFANY. 63 1.10 m. L'.Oj mail. Cincinnati. ville, WiiH-- Tiris, h Mays-r- . ZS8 ljxinetoa mail. estor and JeJ- - ba. 'Well?" "Possibly there wouldn't have been so much hurry over your tariff measure." "Hut something had to be done." "Ah, ytb! But did the Feveral million democrats who elected McKinley tell you to do this?" 'N-no- . Rut we are in now. Resides we must raise enough revenue." "Of course. The time is not far distant when every able bodied man in the country without a conscience will be drawing a pension. They must be provided for, Mr. Dirgley." IU i 25F w tention. Tlie Cheapest Prices, 11.43 a. m. 3 10 m. r The Favorite Stable. 1.2."i lico. Pinecilte. Fast line for LivinjstoB, Indon,Jellico Knoxville Fat line for Cincinnati, Paris. Wincliestvr. UoniHtid. lincs.ster and tanfonI. LivinaJon, Loodon, lJo 1255 a- - m. 310 p. m. 11.43 it j-j- ? M3 a. m 10:10 ?iP tit rf) m vPyisaU Gecrge Thorps, NSf. Wi Teleplions Your "Cousin," r MM k Mm la ESet S-- 7 Mm, M u G) cr. d n urir. i P. B. BROADDUS. Henley's Old btand. No. 25. 33- H.Y KUNNING !i SKRVir.KABT.F Seed for catalo rue. - "But" "But the financial system that we put Mr. McKiuley in to remedy can wait, for" Every Wheel Guaranteed. lf5AX R8EH SVBS V.SKClif H1SPSHIRE GYGLE ESFG. GO., cor- - P Street, between Main and Water, rear of Di.linghain bni!dinr, K'ichinond Ky. Heady to do ell kinds of lilarksmithing promptly in the lett March I, UK.) DAILY KXCETT SUNDAY. EASTTIBOOND. norkuianlike manner. i.Li KM 3 C8 2 iT-- "What?" "For Bryan to set it right. Good morn ing, Mr. Dingley." morning, Lifo." "G-g-go- NORTHAMPTON, MASS. ij e3rnible dealers invited to respond witn us. ( frrv l"C4V. ffiV c1 5T You Get llD"?!'. Arr Klkhorn. " Switzer Lve Frantfert. .. . . a.ra. wjh. rxznsnj,i may23-6t- n S'"0..f. 2,"(Mt It roffr:uuT ?cJ Q':i kir i, :i 'k. wirn i tLers fill, loun, su n Ittnii l J. nortrpjver joj4ifil vlwr. Abr' tc . i i Kig tobacco Bales daily is the rulo at FIFTY DOLURS A WEEK EASILY MADE ntefMi to C"ir3 Kcrv Vli.iKt n"i, Xo-- o?tV"w T Agents wanted in every locality for lion Xra ctcn yt Sl'z' !y 7 !( ra Mayfietd. W. J. Bryan's great book, '"Ihe First Battle." t tJJ np, avd. o?I eft. ' o2'liis,'y'ust c c nr'tfyi r The best scllsr ever produiied. Agents arc Of Dealers, Agents, and Middlemen by buying rect from the manufacturer. the Profits Jobbers di- Davalls ' Gforgetown Lve GeorBetewn.. Arr Newtown " CentreviHe.. Elizabeth " Paris ' StarMpicc GrearxL. ..SSt ;e 7S 7 19 .. . .. S 45 SN 3 3 3W 3M 4 16 4 38 4 . . .Sn SIS. 849 9 9 32 S 8 9 2 4 38 4 & ft V W HON. C. of T. CALDWELL, INCOMPARABLE SERVICE. Sec-on- 27- Lap-haza- rd The Queen and Crescent trains are the finest trains run in the State of Kentucky. Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect with the main highways of tho Great Trunk Lines of the North, West and P.irkersburg, V. Va., Reconi mends Wrights Celery (Japsules. Parkersiiuro, W. Va., January 20, liWo. takin- - as many as 200 orders er week Beware of fraudulent imitations. Se'ld far outfit and besrin work at once. V. B CONKEY COMPANY, Pabllshcrs, 311 Djaroorn Street, Chicago. mayl2-8- v BED WETTING CURED Wis. OR NO PAY. Sfas. B. 51. BO WAN, Milwaukee, mch3-ly "ii'ir ylcitl3 ir'i - va. lnt t n - cnmtM1. In vn.t jocet. lr"'l'1A ljlnr r. t rcr box, or O for ?', wi (2t!jira&:ee t" Car rlttcn P.inr,ilnt fto SoM by !niIt. A '!r ""nv oai 'an -i- Jtw'tlt'trt-iirl- iittUcrztt. rt mi1 rnU s"i.;t iraiK)3CRirjrthl"'3st''i U' S4-- 'i mm, "1V "?C .Ai 'W WEST BOUND. .. Lve Paris . Arr Elizabeth CentreviHe ' Newtown.. " Georgetown Lve GeoTfcetowra Arr DuvalL ' Stamping GnmwL ... " Switier Elkhorn . . a.m. . p.m. S 18 I2 .3W 9 W HW K II W II SB S R 5 "8 l. S 3 S ll 6 HH M . WW Ii 6 :s Mi " mf Solil by Uiclimoni Drug Co. ami W. G. No belter wlcol made than the Whitr. H 35 7 lt S 7 J9 C. D. BERCAW. Gea'I Pass. Agent. GEO. B. IIABPER, Gea'I Frankfort, Kentucky. Frankfort Sit. ny ut --- --- ... ... 1 r W, EVANS. M. D., TltYSICIAN AND SUHGnON, RiciiMovn. - - Kentucky. l. mmik $q.oo V. L. DR. T. J. TAYLOR., Prnctlliunrr in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond DHlreniid residence ou Third Street. ... The Style. Fit and Wear could not be Improved for Double the Price. mi Hfr2rtb E32JTAL S1HGSEY. DR. A. VLT,KES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Ri:iiM-iNi- , ... lill Office Douglas $30, $4.00 and $SJ0O Shoes are tie productions of skilled workmen, from tne best material possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. We make also $2.50 and $2.25 shoes for men. and $20, 52.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L. Douglas $3u r'ohce shoe, very suitable lor s, policemen and others having much walking to do. letter-carrier- East. to Wash- The Wright Med. Co., This is the line ington, New York. Roston and the East, Columbus, Ohio. The Queeu and Crescent connects with - Gentlemen: I have been using every Hue out of Cincinnati. Wright's Celery Capsules since NovemS. T. SwiFr, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. ber, 1S94. and Und them to bo as recomI first began taking them W G. Mokgan. D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. mended. while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Suorcmo Ignorance And lis Laughable Stomach trouble Constipation which 1 Results. bad been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief The telojihonejoke narrated by Hon. from the beginning and have used them Biuce. With pleasure, and unsoY. H.J. Ham, of Georgia, at our court ever licited, I recommend them to any and house eonie weeks ago, lias been equaled all Buffering with like, afllictious or either in reality by an occurrence near Huitts-vill- e, of them. Very truly yours. Ala. Mi. Ham told how an old farCharles T. Caldwell. Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist. Trice mer agreed to allow a company to erect a line across his farm provided be could 50c ents and 1.00 per box. Call at dm g . 0- - Bample. hear a voice ten miles away. According- store and get free ly tbe old gentleman was conveyed to the nearest telephone station, after having sent his wife, Nancy, to another station twelve miles distant. He said he preferred to talk to Nancy, as he would her voice. All being ready the two phones were connected and undo Hezckiah put the trumpet to his ear. About that lime a storm came up, lightning struck the wire tearing; the box to pieces and knocking the old man down. "By ganny, boys, that's Nancy: her voice. Go oa with your I line," he exclaimed. The following telegram from Hunt. -- The undersigned has three separate small ville, Ala., in the New York Sun, con- farms which he offers at private sale separately or together. All three are situated at , firms our belief that Mr, Hum was ghing us more truth tlnin poetry. It reads: UE0. W. KII.EY ttuELL wJPra S OUTHERN RfllLWflY. Si a vr o-v- n 7 SV Ghes&pe&ka Ky., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., Slar --'(i, "JG. Tr Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: (IN KENTUCKY.) 1 have (iHiitK purch ied a Imx ol Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N". Schedule in elect May 2. 1897. Mitlilelton, (Iruibt, und used them h i Sour Stomach, Torpid Liverand ConstiNo. I. No. 5. Na ? EARTUU.ND pation and found that thsy cave me im7 toam 4.20tm' 7.jipn l.v. LouUviUo mediate relief every time. 1 think it an Ar. bh'elbyville. ., 9 Si7pQi 8.51pn in .C0p.n 9.55am &35tm excellent reniedv. Ar.L I'reacnb'K-Ar- . 10.17am d50pm 9.4Sn.n Versailles.. K'-- Of Shelbyville, factory by Built in our skilled vvorkmen. using the best material and the most improved machinery. Via hero no agents Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. WRITE FOR ui Clio Eaita&y. Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. ML Sterling and Lexington Aeeom S Oufssterestsng Offer Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, Ind. Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accohu New York Limited K. F. V 7 38 . 3 00 4 M X am r am pm Yours veiy truly, 9 HOW Geo. W. Rilev. TO FIN!) OUT. Ar. Loxington.. WEs BOUND Lv. Lexlnton Ar. Versillles IttW.im Na d 7. Oam No. 2. 5.10pm 5 U5a:a 5.-- IQlOpn Na S TW FARMS iFORf aer tore. For information, rates orsleeperreserratlons An education at Harvard, T ale. call on or write S. HOOD. Airent LfcX.Ry., 5 and 6 carry Free 0&iervi t nr unv ftrtr tnltfum rr mcl itfitinn 'S lUchraond, Ky. of learrsiks in the United States, S or GEORGE W. BARNEY, Fill a bottle or common water glass D. P. A. C. A O. Ry., Lexington. Ky. ). or in the Xew England Conserva- WE?TEOCSn EASTB J UND. with urine and let stniul twenty-fou- r torv Na IllNa 11 sta loss. No - .o. t f any of Mnsif. can lift secured hv v hours; a sediment or settling indicates a 4 3jp-- 7 4am Lv Loulsril Ar S.l5piiniu..-5ajounx man or woman who is VTko can think Write for particulars a Wanted-f- ln ot seme simple &3ipm 9.55am S"wm a in condition of the kidneys. ,7.25pm la 15am ArLarncbrif Ar iijpin 7.35fm V r,,,i,.i.-Ithrng to patentr ArllaroJsbgAr J.31pinl .TAMTXT TtAT.T. Protect jour Idea: ther mar brtns you wealth. tOpm' 75m pm .0"8 m Ar liurcln-.L- .' ,7.40 ) Write J5n.V WEaDEKBCRN ft C- Patent Attor-ney36 Bromfield St., Boston, Mass. When urine stains linjn it is positive Waaatngtdn. O. CX. for their L3JU prize oSer WKSTBOU3Q. EASTOOUMX mi uat oi two ncsarea UTeauons wantea. evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre Na 15. t.So 07. SIAIIONS Nu. !4'Na 8.' 4.SOpm 7.45am Lr Loulsvil Ar lUooam 8.15pm qnent desire to urinate or pain in the 5.47pm 9.10aml ArShelbvil Ar 9.:6am 6.45.m 8.05am 4. oim SMpai 10. 7am back, is also convincing proof that the .TiOpm lL0im Ar Versiles Ar 7 4 lam 3.Zi,a Ar Midway Ar I 15pm ArGeorstn Lv 7 15am itOjtm 7J0pm kidneys and bladder prt'out of order. X ed v Ar.La'renceb'g Ar. Shelbyville Ar. Louisville Trains Nos. 1, 2, tion Chair Cars. 8.15am 5.3'p-8.35am COOpm 9. "Sam .lptr 10.55am a 15pm s.4Jaa 9 assaai & m r jan27-6r- n FREE EDUCATION 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Aeeom.. 11 S8 ara New York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Aeeom. . 6 30 pro 9 38 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains ran daily except Sen trains ? dar. Othersleeping run daily. Through and dining ear service, to east bou:;d. m i Idea O- a, 1 O JlJLJlL STATION WHAT XAStnotTMX 1 WESIBOCXD TO DO- - tNo. TOKE DOWN TELEPHONE AVIIISS. IONOSANT ALABAMA FARMERS CpULDN'r ARRANGEMENT. UNDER- WHITE'S STAND THE LOXG DISTANCE Kentucky Merchant, Uankcrj, lawyers, WklZ. Orricc Smith budding. Main Street. hours. 9:00 to 11 M.; imjpm I. it. limited to dentistry. WmL a S2i0SiA J. C lIottOAJf. MORG AN & YATES, Kentucky ... J. A. Yates. and all economical men wear W. L. Douclis Shoes because they SBfc. SMmmk febie-Sui are tbe best. For ele by are constantly adding new styles to our alreauv larpo variety, ana were js no reason why vou cannot be suited, so insist on having V. L. Douglas Shoes from your 'ZzmizmBUSk dealer.tisa only the best Calf, Russia Calf "We &Z&&ttv!XiiA (all colors, French Patent Calf, Frenrh Enamel, VIcI Kid, etc., graded to correspond with prices ox uie suoes. If dealer cannot supply yon, write W.L DOUGLAS. BreeltM, I TYo UATALOCCE OnrcK Main Street, over Madison National Bunk. Rreeman Brothers, Richmond, Ky. JTSEK months telephone lines outside of cities have been unknown, 'hereabouts. Eecently many --RICH B0TT0H LAND- .towns have linked together and secured It is a fine neighborhood anti accessible by them. r?orae of the ignorant farmers bad beard of them, but they could not under- turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post stand how it was that a man in Hunts-wi- Office, ten miles from Richmond. could speak to anbther 100 miles TERMS Salu will be made cash, away It so happened that about the balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, time th& telephone was run address Geo. D. White, of Hunts'ille,-.tb- e out prices of cotton depreciate seveial points. The farmer febS-t- f White's Station, Ky. Until within u few le one-third long-distan- ce on the waters of Silver Creek. Th,ey contain respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are well watered and well improved farms. There is no better land in Madison county, most ot it being following use oi liquor, wine or beer, Ar. Atlanta Ar. and overcomes that'unjlleasant necessity Ar Macon Jacksonvlllo.... of being compelled to f ;et up many times Lr aoipm Stfara Il.&'Jpm 10,a am Dlrmlnitham.... durinc the night to urinate- - The mild Ar. Meridian... n.. 4.45am -- .irpai Ar. U23am and the extraordinary effect of Swaiup-Ro- Ar. New Orleans.... is soon realized. It stands the highNa 1 carries Free Chair canLouIsvlll i to Lexington there connecttnij with Solid Ve.ul-- 1 est for its wonderful cilre3 of the most bu!o Train carrjlns Pullmaa Sleepiai Car Via distressing cases. If yoji need a medicine Chattanooga to Birmingham aad New Orlei-n' toi i No. 3 carrt&J Pallmaa Sloapar Lixlnsriottlo you should have the bttl. Sold by drug- Chattanooga, and Atlanta, also LoalSTlUa gists, prite fifty centK and one dollar. Jacksonvlllo via Hot Sprlnss. Aalovillo. 'indCompartment Sleeper Lsxinstoa to Now Ori For a sam pie bottle a nil pamphlet, both leans. fDallT Except Sunday. sent fiee by mail, nicnKrbn tho Climax, i and send yemr full posl rollite address to A. Whxdojt.P. iT. A.. & T. Swirr. P. &TJ Ky. Louisville, Ivy. Lexlnxton Dr. Kimer & Co.j Bin ihampton, N- - Y. "W. H GRkKN, Gen. Supt, J M. CDCP, T M., . Washlnjtoa, D. C. washlnston. VC Tho propretor of tliia paper guarantee W.A.TORK.G P. A.. "VVSt H. TATLOB.AQ liA.1 -- the genuineness ot thi offer. il- - liraablBFtan. u. C. iV)uUvm,-i- . .j ot 7.44am There is comfort in tho knowledge lOSaim often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's 11. 00am so lt.58pm Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy L05nm STATIONS. fulfills every wish in relieving pain in Lt. Louisville.... back, kidneys, lier, blndder aud- A- Lexington. ... the Knoxville... everypartof the uriniry passges. It Ar. Asteville Ar corrects inability to hold uriae and Ar savannah sca'.diug'paiu iu passing it, or bad effects Ar. Jacksonville... AT. - STATlByt t.N'o tNo. 2. tNoR. 4.7IPU1 .v LouUvll Ar IJ 55 in tU5?m S.57pta Lv Versltes Ar 7.55am a.30)ta &58am 7 3"jpm ArNlchlvlUAr & 05am 3 43)m 8.30pm ArltichmodLv LOTjm Lr Irvine Lt 4.10-,a- a aison o o u Moitameiital Works, ZKiasnrojsnD. ST2". i -- No. I No. 3. i 31 sm 7 45am laaOaro lllCpm O dtaipm "ZCim L3Sam 5 00im 1.1! pin SICim S o to 5 Q t4 p O a: Cualtanooa.... 7 4opm 0.UC.m 5.00am ll.iC.im S.loatn llllpm 9.10pm 8.1(3m o N xn V3. -- s n - MANUFACTURER AND DILVLUR IN , AM) ALL JUJWS OF CEMETERY For further particulars, prices, d'C, address, moMi-l- y GRHNITE G) M0MU7eNTS, WOBK. Madisog MrjifuiDeDtal Worfeii Hi l .. X --, tv1-?- -- -- a - i"Mf7 s-- r -- at a al 4h .ViT z.r -" - & j . ' - .? .jii it r i . r - it Miss Mamie BaMwin.'of tpiscity, nnd Ensign Carlos B. Brittatn.TJ. S. N., for Tuesday, June 29, wi experience both pain and pleasure them?elveB tributes to the worth of ono who is fovod ;by all ' who know hor, nnd whoso removal from our midst will 9 1 HrJ occasion widespread regiet. It is infrequent that the marr'age of even Si adhasfca wicked world. our most beautiful and popular girls gloomy and hopeless. MySarstrpasKIa l Hood'j CANDIDATCS ANNOUNCEMENT- causes aught but expressions of vised me to take The Indents of the University of Virhe had been taking it with great fra -pleasure, inasmuch as the happy culginia selected "Vm. Jennings Bryau to I began taking it and the'ffrsC& TOP. C0UX0IL3IEX. mination of their long day dreams tie did me a great deal ot good, I o deliver the annual address before the c are authorized to announce "V. literary Societies. lie eanie, saw, and does not remove them iar from the with it regularly and hwiw b W CouncilArnold a candidate for a lit- friends of their youth. But in this almost fully regained my natural ireSj. t man in the University Precinct, sub- literally conquered, for there were iX.OO instance wo are to bid farewell to and am doing nearly all my houMVKscfc people pnent from a radius of 40 miles. ject to the action of the Democratic for one whoso future homeomustbe re- Mrs. Riixda Cuocker, Gladstone, Ai- - 1 calledt Where upon the Courier-Journprimary, July 15. andlfc mote by reason of hor husband's " My blood was out of order bofl& a and Bryan a the students commission as a Naval, officer, and no energy. After taking two thrm fca son of a tinker,? whereupon the Cukai I tclt better .nominations aro birnply thobe of nn inthe probability of long intermissions Hood's Sarsaparilla W. SmStU, CblEbs-vlll- e, will remark that the Lexington Chautaua year." Mahioh between her return visits to her old qua .Aehcmbty has advertised Henry dependent organization like the Citizens' Alabama. Kentucky homo, are nai calculated Watlerpon to addess the people there "Union. Hood's Sarpaparilla ia sole? SjrdrUCg&t-- . to Inspire enthusiasm even upon such 51, six for 5. Bo sure to get SioodV.- early in July, "Why thus exhibit the The Stanford Journal pays of the a joyons ocension as Injr marriage. arch traitor to Democracy to a peopla SHE STEEDS A GREAT MAJS7Y effort to mislead the Miss Baldwin is so activb in 'educahe would betray into the hands of Ke- - minority : the K. S. I. & B. It. K. He ha beei; tional and religious work, such a wel- off the road for a year. publicanim7 If 3ryan is wrong, tiix audtj The boltocratic papers can not ngree. come porsonago in evcrj social gatha half millions of freeman are wrong: Jf Artis Johnson is quite low low at t?fi While Mr. Watterson is tearing his ering, and such a gracefnl hostess in rKd't, so are McKinley and WatlcrooiT time. His mind Is gone, and he is noC nether garments and shouting hystericher oft visited home, that it will be MaikHanna. Take vour choice. expected to live but a few dajs. ally for liis few faithful followers to come difficult to adjust ourselves to new arid hedges ami The turnpike question in Kentucky J up from the Miss Tearlie Newman, of South Winsconditions in which her personality seems to be rapidly reaching a solu- help nominate and elect a candidate for ton, will teach cua srhool thi year. She is no moro to bo infused. For her, tion, says the Iiouteville Dispatch. the appellate clerkship, both of which therefore, we bespaak tlie heartfelt is a good teacher and will jjive satisfacIt cannot be questionedthat tho turn- lie says must and can be done, Fditor well wishes of our community, and tion. .To take the place of those worn out ami B&H0CRAT1C TICKET pike raiders have had a grievance. Jvnolt, of the Post, is confident that not Judjje A. J. Tharp.of Winston, passed trustingly confide this treasure into This is no less true than that their :i man i ho signed the call for the passed entirely out of stvl-- . through town last Friday on his way W the keeping of tho nobleman who has of July 14 believes or can be method of endeavoring to rfglit their them, she needs them in the home from Lexington, where he wa:t K2?J so fortunately won her. Clerk of Court of AppedU, or wrong is absolutely indefensible. made to believe that the defeat of Shack-elfoSAJJf J. SHACKELFORD, As we stepped off at our depot Sun- on business for the G. A. R , of which lm is possible. To pretend otherwise of Daviess county. Public highways nre a, public necessiday at 11:20 a. in, Will Simms, Jr., is State Commander. ty, xnd should be public property. is to do what the Courier-Journdoes who was seeing his uncle, Maj. John Where, Oh, where has the missionary There is no moro reason why Jhere persistently; that is, to attempt to deFor Circuit Jndpe D. Harris, leaving, satd to us, 'Colonel, uone! There are two ;;ood rhurchcr should ben toll gato across a public ceive the public It therefore prefers to THOMAS J". SCOTT, father wants to hoftfvou tell of withittwo miles of here, and neither of of" Madison county. pike in the country than at every tell the truth and shame the Courier-Journhis old Mexican Htamping ground, them has a pastor. There has not been by siying that "tho onl- - doubt street corner in the city. Pikes are as around to tho Christian church and a sermon preached in either of them in jnecesary to the country people as in w hether Shackelford's majority 6hall Commonttejjfth's Attorney" For ride with us to Mt. Airy." We re- the p:ist six months. people They "be above or "below 25.000. To pretend streets are to the city KA.CUfjrClIKU, turned to the church, hut luckily the wursToy: of Je&sarrHne county. should be csiifitrncted, maintained otherwise is to be guilty of a dishonest services were not over, as In some owned by the public. It is only attempt to further Koran disreputable Estill County. iiand of a time when private political trickery." When doctors dis- Bright, Prewitt Young and W. Cas- Press Association at ISddlesborouglt other churches. We too for granted And aught to have them anywsiy, ami Miss Olive A uterine Li visiting the Representative, Bro. John Sweeney was preaching, property in public road in Kentucky agree there is hope for the jatient and well Prewitt, of this city, nnd Dr. N. last week. Misses Rice, at Irvine. V. W. COMBS cilice sne ueen so very economk al and tho voice was like his, but the dim V. Prewitt, of Clark county, will act will be abolished, but the change when the arch conpirators against Our friend, Bruce Adams, of the Waco 3'ou durhi"- the recent MIm Katie Smith is attending a light from the rear of the church kept fall out and fight, the rank and as ushers. Miss Julia Graves, Kenblioultl by all means be brought about County Judge, house party at Miss Virginia us irom seeing for a while it was his nuraerv, was in our county last week. tucky's talented and gifted violinist .file may get their does. by just and legal methods. 1'. II. SULLIVAN. near Mt. Sterling. Miss Emily brother speaking, and we at first supCapt. D. J. Snowden, ono of our best will play during the ceremony. Hazclrigg, of Frankfort, lately a posed it was Zaeh, but soon found it fanners, is in Owsley county this week SrEAKiXG of Jfr. Bryan's presence in It will be pink and white wedding, County Attorney, Waslrington recently the "Washington the bridesmaids wearing whito org- charming visitor of Miss Smith, is was George His theme was most bu inp sto.-k- . TEV1S COBB. J. Post says: "The wan, careworn look that Kindia Williams, of Richmond, in And now can get them at suc-- very andie over pink, pink ribbon trim- also present. Mr. Jennings Green-le- interesting, the point befag to be satisfied with God's blessings, "not like spending a few days witli her brother, f rxVi spent Friday with tho party. haunted the silver chaVnpiou's visage Left a Quarter of a Million. mings, and white hats trimmed with providingcome to us fmm them, t Sheriff, during the teubton and struggle of the Mrs-- . Bodes Quisenberry, of Clark my brother John, here, while fishing Nathan Fain. By the death of Thomas Woodford, of pink roses. Tho brido will wear no excuse for u not making her h, II. COLYER. II. campaign has entirelv disappeared, and r r( T?zwT Bourbon, on Sunda, he leaves about white silk trimmed in lace, and will county, came over on Saturday last wish foe one more bite." While he Allta AfTii T?Tli.1c!rr means home more pleasant for"vours-ihe is as fresh and ruddy as a yonth o" $250 090 to spend several days with her sister, was in the midst of his sermon a lady rLicks Belles, is spending the summer to his twenty-uinnieces and carry white roses. Circuit Clerk, Notiog Ins reception at carttion the au with Miss Flora Witt Tho floral decorations will be beau- Mrs. Maggie Evans, at Dr. G. "W. fainted, nephews, one of whom is Mrs". Bettie s S. II. THORPE, JR. Lansinbtirg, N. Y., last week, where dienco to look at him, not; her. This tiful and elaborate, consisting of cut Evans', but was called home by Quibenberry, of Clark county, The June term of the Estill Circuit 3.200 people filled the hall and listened on Monday last to attend the reminded us that at that hour Sunday of Mrs. Mag T.Evans, of this city. ilowers, potted planus in rich profuCourt will convene at Irvine next MonCount v Clerk, to hitn for two and a half hours, at 50 Mrs, funeral of her uncle, Thos. Woodford, before, in the City of Mexico, while And not an article but what has l;-- bou iuibenberry was with Mrs. Evaus sion, combined with the skill of tho JOHN F. WHITE. Rev. Dr. Butler, Method if t, was deliv day. A heavy docket is reported. ceuts a head, the Springfield (Ma ) on Sunday when she heard of her un- florist's art of Bourbon county. first of the year and entirelv t man" The good people of Byheetown and Republican asks: "Is there Immediately after the ceremony cle's death, and is uow in'Bourbon. Her Mr. Armor Parrish, Mr. John Doty, ering a discourse, telling of the terri vicinity mention each one. so just Jailer, are making arrangements for ble persecution of Spanish Inquisi man living who could get people to pxy portion of the estate v. ill be about$S400. the bridal party will leave on the 9:50 wife and son, Eagle, Mr. If. C. Broadwe have anythingJAM ESC. LACKEY. mav want in tk. that prico to hear an add ret on the train for an extended visit to the dus, Mr. C. L. Searcy and daughter. tion in Mexico, a lady who sat next Children's Day, Sunday, July 4th. line and if u do not believe it. com-- ' to us dropped over from her soat. Remoney quotiou?" The New York Sun, Mrs. Sally Green, who has been re To Sefearalp The Fourth. Eastern cities, returning to Rich- Edith, Miss Rosa May Moberley, Mr. Assessor, vourself. always hostile, gives an ai count of his G. W. Pickels and son, George, Mr. storatives were brought and she lay siding in Estill for many years, hat We are indebted1 to Dr. Phil Roberts mond, the home of the groom. TuesT. 0. CURRY. on the floor until services closed, the moved to Madison county, near Waco. journeying through i. orthein Ne- Yo-day evening, J une 22, tho bridal party David Freeman and Miss Mary f 4l.n !..,....... S...I .4. rt- uicic: .m It ue b iiiiuiuiiiiivir iMai 1.ak tvju w hich reads more like a campaign tour ' will be entertained at Cherry Wood, It will be regretted by the people of of Mt. Sterling, left with the minister never alluding to the cirgrand celebration oi independence Day Superintendent l'ublic Schools, than the itinerary of a kctuier. It i& Winston to know that John Newman has the palatial home of the bride. 2so Confederate Veterans for Nashvillo cumstance. Paris Kentuckian. J. AV. WAGEKS. the Kiuie wherever Mr. Bryan j:it. held on Saturday, J tO? 3 at the shady invitations to the wedding linvo been on Monday morning. closed out Im's boot and oboe department. Does this mean that the silver question grove near the bridge ri the end of the sent in Montgomery county, but all u Mrs. Nancy Newman.oneof Estill's old II. It. Smith, tho genial station Barnes Mill pike, 5 niilw- west ot RichCoroner, is dead? Pittsburg Post. relatives and friends of tho contract- agent of the It. N. I. & 1J., at Panola, , est women, is dangerously sick at the home mond. Music by the Richmond Military-BindM. G. BROWN. Pjiillii's-JacksoMrLesliKPhillips aro expected." passed through Richmond Friday and MNs Martha J. Jackson, of Kings- of her son, Cliff Newman, ami her death The Hon Henry Watterson, who was refreshments at the lunch stands, ing parties formeily well known in connection with and oratory bv Hon. Jas. CiEortou and night enroute to Pincville on a visit ton, were married, Saturday, by Squire is expected any moment. Surveyor, Dcmocraticlpolitiih in this State, has ac- Hon. W. B. Smith. to relatives. It is broadly hinted D. P. Armer, iu comity Clerk's oflice. S F. ROCK. It seems that onr neighbor and correscepted an invitation to deliver a it!i of It is predicted that this will be the moht that Ham will soon wed a beautiful pondent to tho Pantagraph thinks Democracy is shut out in Estill county, but Miss Julia Hfggins is in Somersot. belle of Irvine. The Climax hastens ei joyable public event of the 3 ear, in The Senate agreed by a yea and Jnlv address at Lexington. His appt-ai- to extend congratulations. A little Just wait until after November. the paragraph ame will be unique among Independence which patriotism and gastronomy, music may votejto strikeout Mrs. Harvey Chenault is in Cinitfr premature, perhaps, bnt not the less Joe rortwood, Superintendent of the in regard to floor matting, the vote Day ceiebrators, suggesting nothHig so and oratory, will be mingled in one cinnati. SllcsTT.ETT. Although married sixtrygenuine. irrespective of religious proclit being 25 to22- - The eiTect i to put vividly as an exploded teen years, J. Rice Sliifilet 13 rejoicini; eastern part of the Richmond and Irvine Miss Nannie Heath is at homo or political Let u Iks from Boston. free list, and ing to keep up the racket. Tho following parties left yester- over his first born, arrived June 16. floor matting an the a turnpike, is putting tlie road in on hand. Furniture anffUndertafcers. day to attend the Chenault Reid nuprepair for travel. Joe is the rigid man is the first important victory of The occasion w Inch the late Mr. Later the infant died on Sunday. Mr. Green Igo returned Saturday is to celebrate is such a ou as. he tials at Mt. Sterling the McConn. To the wife of Hon. Evan in the right place. the opposition to tho tariiF bill. from Emma, Texas. It P2!2d Through Richmond. would have had small pait iu creating. particulars of which are outlined S. McCord, nee MNs r Elizabeth Bennett, Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson leaves soon elsewhere in the Climax: WHITES STATION. Ji'dge Cantkiia holds that theSVW.OOO It would bctlfiicult to imagine the Star Jtvngon from whieh came sounds ?! MIsros at FairliaAeii, Washington, a boy, Wm. issue authorized by the Legislature Eed Traitor making one of that devoted of sacred music, pnssinj; through the for a visit to California. bond Mrs. Dr. Maupin is able to be out Lila and Earle Chenault, Anna Bennett, born Saturday, June 19, 1S07. ? i is invalid becaube it is unconstitutional body of nieu who gathered iu Independ- streets of Iawrenceburg was a novMr. and Mrs. Elmer Deatherage are Crutcher, and Messrs. Jno. B., Cabell I 2 3 again after a long spell of sickness. here's to the youn maul Long life and and if the court of appeals sustains him, ence Hall determined to hang together elty witnessed by our citizens Sun- visiting relatives iu Lexington. H. and Jeptha D. Chenault, Geo. W. prosperity. G. Y. Samuels shipped a car load of ABYil?;CE. away goes most of the work of the extra let they hang separately. Rather would day says tlif yws. Mr. Mrs. P. F. StHling, of Lon- Evans, Jr., W. S. Hume, Jno. R. Gibcattle to Cincinnqti Sat unlay. session. It is predicted, however, that lie be found foiegathering with the Tories wagon came into don, are visiting Mrs. II. C. Broaddus. son, C. W. Tribble, J. S. Crutcher, T. Saturday tT CORRESPONDENCE. The tobacco acreage will not be more who at that time, no dou1t,trepreaauted town and was oeeupicd by R. B. and the court will decide against Judge -- 1 Prof. Sanderson, C. U. Preparatory J. Smith nnd C. E. Woods. The than half of that of last year, owing to the forces of conservatism and property D. "W. Godfrey, father and son, who Interior Journal. bridal party of twenty-fou- r were left Wednesday for his home in Ala- low prices and dry weather. SILVER CREEK. to dear now to the late Hon. Watterson. are expounding what they term the J last evening at Miss Rcid's The aufpnee of Bra. Walton from the Whites Station has a yir. Watter- the Cosmic Reformation. On either haraa. But we can imagine what It is elegant homo, after the rehearsal. Mr. Srun Ilaller ia sick with fever. Hon. V. L. Crutcher was the guest Tress Convention in the Magic City was son would have done had he attended run by "Jumbo" Harris and known as side of the wagon arc- printed these J Mrs. Dr. HockadayleftSaturday evenMiss Lizzie Hisle, daughter of Mr. of Mr. C. H. Rodes at Danville last the only draw tack to the outing. We that assemblage called to bring a new nathe "Red House." Meals at all hours. words: "Gosnel "WagCT- i- Cosmic i and Mrs. Willis Hisle, entertained in ing for Lancaster to visit relatives. had prepared to give unreserved praise tion into being. His argument would week. Good bnll wives seem to be in great j Reformation. Get with Got!," 1 Dr. M. E. Janes, of Berea, tpent from to the I. & N. R. It.ifor its superb treat- liave been that the mad course upon Mrs. G. Thomson, of Irvine, is vis- a delightful manner the following M demaud this season. It is said that the j The elder Godfrey preached! at the young friends on AVedncsday after- Saturday until Monday with home folks. best will bring from $18 to I ment of the editors when we learned that which the convention was embarked Court iting Mrs. A. D. Miller, on "Walnut SJOat wean- - j House Sunday afternoon, (( w noon; Misses Geneva Moberley, the train failed to stop at Stanford to would 6eer the American colonies from night. His object seems to unit and street. Eugene Hume is back from Hot ing time. all Burnam, Florrie Rayburn, Mary Springs, and looks very much improved pick up the one man whom it would have Europe, upon which they w ere dependent I Mies Barney May Davis, of Dan- Sara denominations into one body. He has Mrs. Jake White, residing on Mr. J. C. ' U our greatebt pleasure to meet on the for trade and capital. He would have been a minister for nearly fifty years, ville, is visiting Mrs. S. P. Kos3 at Evans, Eleanor Chenault, Evelyn in health. Adams' place, died last Wednesday from j I 1S97 journey. Smith, Bessie Tribble, and Amos M pointed out in solemn if not eloquent but has been engaged in this evangel- Danville. Corn and gardens are guttering for blood poison. She was sick ouly a fetr ' I Grider, of Kansas City. Aside from Miss Josephine Smith, of' Shelby-vill- the enjoyment of an evening witn rain. Wheat looks well somo will do days, though she suffered much pain. The Court of Appeals, in an opinion phrase that the Americans would by istic work for about four years. They I such procedure he utterly deprhed of carry htheir organ with them, and M by Judge Hozelrigg, handed down last was the guest this week of Mrs. the delightful young hostess, hor to harvest next week. J. W. and L. A. Ballard shipped two I Miss Majie Powers, of Richmond, car loads of cattle Saturday which B. L. Middolton. week, holds as unlawful building and the inestimable privilege of borrowing make very good music. it they mother, one of JbuJlcios: JLoes, In talking with Mr. Godfrey, we Mr. Sam Bennett came up from artists in tho the most noted pastry spent Saturday night and Sunday with bought from parties in this neighbor- j loan associations to charge interest and money abroad, and reduced to the necesBlue Grass, had precousin, MiS3 Ella Powers. dues not exceeding G per cent. The sity of living on their own resorces with- learn that ho is endeavoring to locate, Frankfort Saturday and spent Sun- pared a bounteous repast and hood at prices ranging from "J to 3Je the ber it court holds that the Legislature cannot out giving England a share If, despite three institutions-- a church fiko the day with his mother. ! Miss Maiietla Jones returned from young ladies did full justice to the Dry weather is the the themo of dis It authorize the collection of more than G these lucid arguments, the convention of one instituted at Jerusalem, a Coselegant spread. The occasion will Rogersville, Tenn., Saturday,' where she cussion among the hayseed population Rev. J. S3.(i() I per cent interest by any corporation nor sentimentalists, dominated by emation, mopolitan University, and a Sanita- Monday to RobertBoatman left on bo long and pleasantly remembered has been visiting for tlie past three in this end of tho Christian Conthe county. However, attend individual. The decision will have a had gone on to declare their independ- rium in harmony with man's physM weeks. by tho fortunate attendants. we had a moderate shower Friday mornvention, at Louisville. important effect in all of the towns ence of the throne of Great Britain, Mr. ical nature. These men came from most ing. WALLACET02T. Mrs. W. II. Webb and infant, of The aopointment of Mr. Brutus J of the State where building and loan as- Yt'atterson, supposing him to have been Chicago to Bcrea, in Madison county, M Wheat harvest is now on hands and present, would no doubt have offered a this State. From vihat they liad Louisville are visiting the former's 'lay to the Argentine Republic misIhj It seems that all nature ia cursing the sociations exist. Tlie cae may I parents at- Bed House. the farmers are oiling up their machines M sion, which seems highly probable, McKinley boom. to the Supreme Court of the Unit- resolution commending the wise, patriot- heard of the people of Berea, they A 1 ic and beneficent reign of George III , thought that they,were similar to tho apropos Dr. J. W. McCown attended tho renders especially tho Miss EmmaSoper, of Lancaster, is vis- for business. The crop in this section is It ed States. I exceedingly good, though the acreage is and then retired from the convention ancient Bereans, and that this would general association of the Baptists of following tribute to his handsome iting her parents at tlus place. t; 1 and mall. convinced th'at he had done his best to bo a proper placo to Ipcate their insti- Georgetown, on Monday. and popular wife. It is from that it James li. McCreary is prom- save the country. 1 f during the struggle tutions. Iu this they were disap-po'ntI iew iorK magazine, Mrs. Eli Estridge, of Paint Lick, is at Everything from this neighborhood Miss Annie Bailey, of Harrodsburg, popular inently mentioned as n candidate of that succeeded flie Declaration of 'Form," rightly termed the "Glass the bedside of her sick sou. left and they moved further. to attend tho Berea Com is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dave Mrs C C. McWhorter, ho has been mencement. of the bimetallists in the Eight ConCitizen "Wratterson had been of Fashion nnd the Mould of Form." They are now going "West, but Mr. The love making, drinkon Second street. very sick with malaria, is convalescing. gressional district. An abljr and heard from, he would probably have been Godfrey tells us that he has no idea Accompanying a fine picture of Mrs. ing red lemonade and baby nnreing is Mrs. jr. M. Miller is expecting Clay Phone, No. 21. more popular democrat does not live crying that the anarchistic utterances of where they will drift. He speaks Fihst wo wero pleased to find this Some of our boys hud quite a dispute expected to be immense this year, es It nomi- ihe Independence Hall gathering had quite well, and has some excellent Misses Dolly McRoberts and Fanny merited compliment: Mrs. Brutus over a horse trade this mornin g no blood iu the 8th district and if he is cSST!:S;;sywj;jK;3K;mgjCjtyg;-;3- l pecially the latter. Shanks to visit her next week. nated ho will carry his district by driven all the rich men from the support ideas about pure religion and right Junius Clay has but recently come shed. Six months ago the weekly Courier-JournMr. and Mrs. Albert K. McCown into Richmond society, having been Mich a majority as will of the patriot's cause, and that the whole living. Bovp, rally 'round our nominees and had a big list of subscribers at and sou Thomas D. Chenault, Jr., welcomed as a bride a littlo more all opposition whether appearing in thing should be repudiated aud remodlet's roll up a good Democratic majority this place. Now they have one. What detail or in a state of fusion. Gov. eled on a plan to King How Nath Dcaiherane Worked L'is Babbit have gone to Birmingham, Ala: than a year ago, but has made her this fall. in the world can be the trouble? ProbMcCreary is a tower of strength and George. Dr. L. H. Blanton and famiy left way into our hearts and has taken a Fool on tho Court ol Appcsis. Felix Estridge camo near death with ably because they have turned ovor to is hardly neces3ary to council Mr. outsiders will hope to 6ee him bearIt When our fellow citizen, X. B. Death-erag- Thursday for Jackson, where they pooltion which no other stranger colic yesterday, aud is still in a danger- Republicans. tjt'atterbon to reflect well on how much ing the flag to victory in his old will remain during tho summer. hopes to gain. She is very tall, with 9 was Sheriff of this cocnly, he ous condition. Rev. It. J. Hunter, of North Carolina, - a ? where defeat always per- better he could have written tho Declar-tio- n Mrs. Neale Bennett Is sponding a a flno figure and commanding carri.0 e 6 himself famous by slapping J'resi mule Meadows, pastures and corn are look- has been engaged as a regular pastor at of Independence before he proceeds ches on the other man's btaudard. cSc few days with, her mother, Mre. age. Mrs. Clay was appointed Comdent Cleveland on the back and Bowling Green Courier. to eulogize it missioner to the Nashville Exposi- ing very poor at this time, but wheat aud the Silver Creek Chapel. Mr. Hunter is Laura Thompson, in Mt Sterling. calling him "Grover." That a very intelligent young man, just out of rye aro thriving. hn & Master "Win. Madison Crutcher is tion by Governor Bradley, and she was when Grover was yonng in the College, with favorable prospects of a will represent the Daughters of the office and before he got out of tourb the guest of Mr. W. L. Crutcher bright future before him. He will make KINGS STATION American Revolution at their reun' with tho plain people, hence he only whilo liis parents aro at Stanton. iCj?jp ' V w Ji 1 tCTt 2 T Zt tfT tt I ?i fEstill Countyl his home at Mr. IT. L. Potts'. jft t ji Jf t t ion in that city. Her .husband's said, "That's all right, Nath; let her go Miss Carlisle Walker is at homo A good shower, But not enough, fell Tlie "Whites Station String Band" father, Hon. Cassius Marcollus Clay, at that." Rut it remained for our from New Milford, Conn. Her many has recruited and they say it is better by is one of tho most noted men in yesterday. friend to hoodoo the Court of Appeals of friends gavo her cordial welcome. Corn crop looks bad in this part of the than it ever was. A few nights ago they America. He was a distinguished Kentucky and entitle him to the distincMrs.E. C.Boggs went to Cynthiana General in tho Mexican War, and county. "were out with' their instruments altera tion of being tho only man who could on Monday to visit relatives and be was the Minister to Russia during Judge AlexFrazier, who has been sick square meal and the whole d gang Carpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. bluff that august body of jurists. present at tho State Bicycle Meet. foundered so badly that they had to for some time, is able to be out again. Lincoln's administration. Mr. DeaUieragqjjhai been summoned stand in Bob Potts' mill pond all next Mr. aud Mrs. H. C. Shipp, of LexMajor C. T. Tharpe, of Wjnston.was to Frankfort as a juror in a very imporMrs.. Jason Walker, of this city, is Hot Weather Goods day to prevent their toe tant suit in the U S. Court in which ington, are sponding the week with now of the Kentucky among his many friends at thiB point last nails from coming Mrs. W. D. Oldham, on Broadway. off. In Great Variety. $30,000 or $10,000 was involved. Mr. Federation of Women's Clubs.'hav-in- g week. Mrs. O. A. Kennedy and Miss Deatherage asked the Court to excuse been elected at Harrodsburg last S. J.Rogers has gono back'to work for $100 aoward $100. him, declaring that ho had set his heart Katheriao leave next week for a two week. The Sayings in a four column The readers of this paper will be on meeting with the "Rebels at Nash- month's visit to Montgomery, Ala. account, said: The third annual pleased Jto learn that there is at least Awarded ville" this week. He was assured by the Invitations aro out to a reception meeting of the Kentucky Federation one dreaded diease that science has Court that the case could be settled by JuneJ24 from 8 to 12 p. nu at tho resi- of Women's Clubs came to aif end Highest Honors World's Fair, been able to cure in of all its stages, and Saturday noon, in time for him to join dence of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. ChennuK Saturday morning, after being in that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cnre is the excursionists on Monday. Instead Misses Leila and Currie Martin and segsion hore-- part of three days The the only csitive cure known to the of progressing as promised they were just Florence Yoctim have departed, after exercises, papers and addresses: were raedii-afraternity. Catarrh being a getting fairly starled on the case when a pleasant visit to Mrs. L. J. Frnzee. all highly enjoyed, not only by the constitutional disease, requires a conCourt adjourned for dinner on Saturday. Low-Frice- d Miss Ida Bailey Green, after a Club members, but by others who stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh rF?sT Fine, Medium and Mr. Deatherage told the Court and the pTeasaiitTrisit to Miss Birdio Zarinjr, Avero permitted to sit within the cirCureis. taken internally, acting, directly E lawyers interested that he had for many Chamber Suits, Parlor Suits, Folding delunou'the blood and mucous surfaces oTfi has returned to 'her homo in Salem, cle of the elect. Some sixty-od- d months looked forward with pleasure to Ala. egated, sue! members of clubs Avho Odd Dressthasystem, thereby dessroyinthe Beds, Brass Beds, Iron Beds, Preset-vinn the time wbeu he wulr! meet liis old were not delegates, wore In, tho city. ' of. the disease, and giving the- - pa- -' Mrs. D.J?. Armer loft on last ers, Wash Stands, Chiffoniers, Dressing , comrades-in-armsand that the thought L Officers: President, Mrs. Cornelia b tient strengUi. by. bnildinjr up the constifor Breekinrige, Mo., wliorc O. Hansford, Harrodsburg; Tables, etc. Popular Finishes. Inspec.of not meeting with them had so dis- tution and aseistihe nature hi she will spend the summer with rela. Mrs, Eacieu ins iiiiuu nun jiu luuuu inai ine Jason Walker, tion invited. work. The proprietors haye" so niach j testimony vraft falling on deaf ears and tives. Richmoncif "Recording .Secrtrtary;,. faith is ite carat iye powers,' tfiat tbey "of Mr. Allen Zaring and sisterHjiss Miss EmmaX. Campbell, Maysvilto sounded to him like discordant music ier ubq nHnarea jjonara lor ..awy. & . aud that he could not tell heads nor Birdie, are attending the bicycle Corresponding Secretary, voni-selvesthat it fails te cure.?SBd t ef testi- at Cynthiana, They willretum W. MatxTje.jvs.NSw Castle ; Treasurer, COr 3d Ky. Comer Main acd Droidwar, Zexiugtori, iv'S tails of anything he had heard Ihst day, meet : JJC.-,J.JV. . . MOST- - PERFECT-M- ll IBOOa.- "V Sugl if forced," to re- -. and AfrGnmeTfeam ofTtar Pi t V !. " lMrs.JELB.t .tiV nii main, with Sihe'jury. ajidattempteoTjlb ti i.J-I Stanford Interior-Journniakcsthelyllowlntr comment upon the boltocrats who'.called the state convention; PUBLISHES KTEEY WKOXRSDAY BT That is inlleed n sweet scented set, Ths Climax Printing Co. of nonentities to sign tho call for ft "national" Democratic convention. There nre thirteen of them and JL C CHESAULT, Proprietors sad Editors. A. O. jniLLbK, their appeal will be as futile as their C. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. number Is supposed to be unlucky. Having helped to turn tho state over PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. to tfie Republican these seekers for $1.25 IN ADVANCE, fame want to keep it there while they monkey yet a little longer as 1S97. statesman too pure and good for this WEDNESDAY. JUNE 23, The Richmond Climax. The i. al muffin-head- s, Tim silver Democrats of Ohio'liave puluislied a call for their state "convention, amlin that call they give an exact an unmistakable description of what a Bilver Democrat, I'opocrat or Democrat iu good and regular standing .under the present management is, says tho New York Sicn. Tho Ohio Democrats 6ay that tlioHc men are Democrats and entitled to be represented in a Democratic Btate convention who voted for Bryan In 1S9G and are still loyal to the Chicago platform. Anybody who fulfills either ot these conditions is a Democrat; and nobody elso is a Democrat or can be un til he declares himself ready to stand on the Chicago platform. Observe that any Democratic organization which refuses or omits to reaffirm the Chicago platform thereby Jloies its indispcnsabje credentials of Democratic orthodoxy. Tammany Hall, for instance, ia Democratic ifiteticksto the Chicago platform. If it seeks to escape or slur over that platform, it is no longer Democratic, and its If . 'f " ia ciation which is now. into social union and reljjtion.s of rou be wrong as riglit, jjiraetatiic ttfal he1rn"ahiettthifwfrbus Club? of After consultation theattrnoysdn the in session." case agreetl to try tho issue with- - eleven .Prof. "Wui. Jackson, hosltbyj" hap rWoraeu throughout trfo Slate. Const." jurors, consequently Mr. D. left 'Monday py and handsome, hailing from Camp-bellsvill- e, Art, ULThe meeting mixtyoar will with the Vets, smiling brightly and as is with his brotlier, Mr. J. probably oecurt Middlof .boroughl happy as any of them. T. Jackson. Jn annoruncingtlie.jharriage of .- " -- ",i.V. ti.V f . li r'S. - S "t ' ' GlMny, win- Hflpfe'ess - -- Lffif 1 Courier-Journal- 's by-wa- ys con-venti- ou nl al al Miss Curd aud Miss Escott returned to their homa.ii Shelbyville, a pleasant visit to One of the largest and most fash- Wednesday, after Miss Kate Blanto n. ionable weddings of late, will bo that Misses May Ballard and Helen which is to occur this evening Torrill, accompanied by Mrs. Ed. in our neighboring city of lit. Sterling, and tho contracting parties aro Ballard, aro visiting the Nashville to bo Miss Elizabeth Ketd; of that Centennial tills week. Mj and Mrs. Henry R. Pickuls and city, and Mr. Daniel M. Chenault, of place. Hiss Reid is well remem- two children, of Loxington, came this bered hero where she has often visit- over Wednesday last and aro visited, and hor return as the bricfeof Mr. ing --Mrs. G. W. i'ickols. Chenault will be warmly wrfeomed Commander A. J. Thorpe, of Winby tho many friends of both parties. ston, passed through Richmond MonWe append herewith the facts concer- day enrouto to Buffalo, N. Y., to atning tho wedding tonight, gleamed tend a meeting of the G. A. R. from the Mt. Sterling Advocator Mrs. J, S. Collins, of Richmond, "As heretofore announced, the red- has returned homo after a pleasant ding of Mr. D. M. Chenault, of Rich- visit to her parents, "Row aud Mrs. C. mond, Ky., and Miss Elizabeth Reid, K. Marshall. Harrodhburg Sayings. daughter of the Hon. J. Davis Iteid, Mrs. Josephine Fain and daughter, will ho solemnized Wednesday ovon-in- g, of Bowling Green, who are pleasantly Juno 23, at Christian church, this many fi lends city, the Rev. H. D. Clark officiating. remembered by their aro visiting at Ruth-to- n, Miss Carolyne Reid, sister of the and re'atives, this county. bride, one of tho kandsoinest of KenMrs. Nancy Moberley and grand- tucky's beautiful women, will bo the maid of Honor, and Mr. J. B. Chen- diugliter, Miss Genova Moberley,, ault, of Richmond, will be best man. letfc on Monday for a protracted visit, The bridesmaids are n flower garden to relatives in St. Louis and other of fpmale loveliness, the Beauty of poinis in Missouri. KentVJcky,- and her most noted belles. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Chenault anil They are Misses Mary Gay, of Clark son, Joe Prewitt. returned last Wedcounty; Annie May, ef Harrison nesday from the Nashville Exposicounty; Olive Fant, of Floming coun- tion. They were the guests of Mr. ty; Lila Cbeiuwlt, of Richmond; W. Tandy Chenault, Anne Crutcher, of Richmond ; Ollie Miss Estill Walker, of Richmond. McGarvoy and Eleanor Coleman, of is the guest of Miss Belle Denny Lexington ; Margaret Woodford, Eliza Lt. Carlo B. Brittain. of tho TJ. S?.1 Harris and Ella Prewitt, of this city. Navy, who is sjiortly to marry Miss The groomsmen aro : Messrs. 7. H. .Mamie Baldwin, is visiting relative Chenault, George Evans, "William in this county. Interior-JournaHume, James Crutcher and Caawell Mr. C. E. Woods of tlie Climax antJ Tribble, of Richmond ; Kelson Grav, Mr. J. Robert Riggs, representing tho of Clark county; J. C. Reid, Edward Delta of Sigma Nu, were the only R. Prewitt and C. K Prewitt, of Mont- representatives of the press of Rich gomery county. Mestrs. Newton R. mond at the meeting of tho Kentucky CHENAULT-REID.. -- by' Hood's SarsapartHa- i" For nearly five yeara J. wcfcTed "wlta i "I a severe case ot stomach trouWm. -- had Fjlnslnmr stomach and bsweIWHB that I could not stand or work vJitBwuC grctt Buffering. My appetite was TOBypnai and when I did eat anything I "WW s2h ty afterwards seized with vomitrnffrrpea. ' I could not rest at night and felt Itfcas and tired all over. 1 became nervows rawl had My K.'otwc ncd no energy whatever. -- DatncLinM. Tired. ihr9i Every Bad Symptom !Ker - CrJ ffipsPSPiiH. l - - fr 1 Woman's Creates it 'lsiiie n uy not make it tie mora pleasn her. Tcfim.:ni.. iiiii;oJUailIlinramJ A -- Ne w Jii i nings l. j cy Chon-uult'- s, UOCAL. af Hard Tim h J - 1 o ,,.,. m sister-in-la- w tele--gra- m Onr Stock is Complete n er - 3-- - k, - 1 Gate-woo- d, - iVIARRIEID. x m WFofiyieO ffifeiiil ?,i m p PERSONAL,. BIRTHS. jk:-cor- d, te$ firc-crac- affiliR-Mn- . tirst-clas- V.'.U-terb- on HI fcgia iTff . Till, nu ta3 Can-tril- l. cd new-hote- l. - -- PAIRS OF MEN'S fcb9 CM A In-e- e, Tan and Oxblood, Coin Razor ana Lace and Congress, Former Prices Pair At o.0i 1 4.00 ap-jedl- - Now So At $2.88 '-' nioi Ex-Goverx- or -- ed Inde-jenden- cc Big-gcrsta- lf, to-d- ay iiros.: s over-whel- m al satis-factor- e, flght-inggrou- fami!-iarliar- Psurtnershipo New a- ly L C ,r NrT 1 Ntf Vv T A J ssl Brower, Scot iSF razee, The firm of Shackelford Gentry dissolved, and Mr. D. B. Shackelford will take his customers into partnership with him dividing the profits with them selling goods cheaper than ever before. They will do business under the firm name of m moss-covere- d Vice-Preside- nt Lawn Furniture, D. B. Shackelford & Co, Mammoeks, Mousqnito Bars, i Straw Mattings, At Lowest Prices. a l H BROWER, SCOTT 3-- FIIAZEE, - n M lE -r CREAM! fBL fasn-datio- "Ved-nesd- ay "Vice--Prcside- nt, BAiun i arcAHu S I rle-in- g Mrd,-Joh- n I VMM Hr V - l agricultural Implements and Stoves iu the City. F&"lT Traps, Fly Fans and Screen Doors and Windows, Kettles, Fruit Jars and Cans, in fact the cheapest, best and largest assorted line of Builders Hardware, g And will be glad to have their friends call and see the best line Cultivators, Doable Shovels and Extra Shovels, Refrigerators, jWater Coolers and Ice Boxes, Dcering Binders, Mowers and Harvester Twine, Fly ue-vr- - '. .. T'if!W i -1 mzztoczzimamui j. si - wciu , .. iu ' iJ 'lM i- - .Uoeyorf-NJcholasvill- ej. HL- -"J !"t for-lii- Call and see for s .'--." -- " J? I J" u&iN.tw uwi vu:iunu.ji.u.B r '.IljVaLJpm JkW.bllB vm .iwMtt ivae V". 1 BOToiw, eitet jLJ T1 ""'- - '. siwu-o- ;Mttcuriari "-""- e 1 " - i.f 40 years toe tTr." jj, fMtawt, Toedo,-- U. iirSoMby jAwMnte, c:; p ra. E). B. SJhaokelf ord9 Successor to S. & G. AT" I&emr 'V'''5 -- "hi - ' ,1 tv j J '-r- .,.- ?t 'trmjtr -' ,' j. ''V-- ii .tV "i 'XimTmtfmm f . - '..iViVlfiaHli:. 3&m9NSn fci r ,.- - a tiaWWTIl.'.-lL- di LClFi DPTCVKMST f f itTl flT fT M rrD lW.WrjCJJM.TtCm V-at x jS9wvw aasWRfcc- - S ir .. 2; ," '"- - 1HH fifc - SUPPLEMENT. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, Sam Twine George Bentley Wm Mosey . VA ! SUPPLEMENT. SmS3?SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS:jSS3SS3Sj 1 i VOLUME XL FS Clark MADISON G AV COUNTY, KENTUCKY, N2 40 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1897. - Wsj,qwsW 400 Stagner, Gc-Dg- ? NUMBER 3. 2 40 i t'll I ' 5MI COURT s CLAIMS LIST. E E Burgin AVm The following is a List of the Claims allowedat the October Term, 1896, and May Term, 1897, and same is certified for publication and to the Sheriff for payment out of the Ed Smith County Levy, 1897, viz.: John Smith CHEXA.UI.T BOAD PRECINCT. Pence Henry Ackley Henry Forbes BR Forbes Craig Longford 1.20 . . . Dave Henderson Alex Jennings Robert Turner Irvine Turner . . Hugh Miller Rube Million . Charley J.... I- Andy "Walker . . . Henry M. .... . Fife .... Herndon - i- James Munday lfiO Overton Biggersjafl 1 GO Bob Fox ...."". 80 John McCord. . . 80 Sam Mcqueen . . 40 Yatesman White 80 John Derix . . . 1G0 Ben Woods . . . 1G0 EM Forbes. . . 80 M P Baxter 80 E P Million 80 MB Burgin 80 M D Lowery no H Bush 50 Dave Million 50 JasMBolin B Asher 50 50 Joe Perkins 50 Wm Asher 50 Woodson Million 50 Jas Toomy 50 Dan Chenault 50 A Stivers 70 Joseph Phelps D Black 70 DSHarber 70 f-- (" Charles Mishon . . "Warfield Collins . . G. "NV. Deatherage . Sim Turpin . . . Tames Turner . . . Dean Chenault Shearer, James 1 GO Stivers, Taylor 1 60 Thos AVilliams, overseer . . Shearer, Rufus 1 60 Shearer, Jacob H M'CREARY RQAD PRECINT. 1 GO Scudder, R S 80 Abner Henry 2 25 Shearer, Bedford 80 Abner B L . . 20 Turpin, John . . 80 Abner D L 175 Turpin, Hade 80 Azbill John . 80 Thomas, J F 80 Berry Abe . . 160 Tribble, Rich AV. 2 40 160 Brookshire Tribble, G , John Garrison Green Fox .......... Risk, J M Reed.N AV .40 Shearer, Ed 40 40 Runyon, S S Reed, Ben Reeves, H K Robinson, Audy 40 Rose, J D 40 40 40 40 40 Richardson, 40 40 40 " 40 . 62 50 Stone, AVm -Shearer, AVade 160 Sharp. IN 195 Scwoll, Jack 80 Sexton, A.G 145 Stevens, Alva 80 Stevens, John 80 Shearer, Sam IGO Tipton, Charley 200 Thorpe, N B 180 Turpin, Alex 80 Turpin, Haden 160 Thomas, J M 160 Tracy, Pendleton 1'60 AVilloughby, Smith, Ike . " 160 Shropshire, Hi 2 40 Shropshire, 200 Searcy, C L 240 Terrill. AVm 2 40 Taylor, Geo 690 To vis, E O 120 Todd, M G 2 80 Todd, Dab 525 Todd, Mart 240 Turner, Joe 2 40 .. 2 80 2 40 2 40 50 3 20 1 60 2 40 1 60 1 00 Dennis Thos AVilliams, L J AVhite, R J AVells, AVells, 3 20 Thomas, AVm' 150 Thorpe, John Iff 160 Tipton, Lloycfi 1 AValden, AA'ilcox, E Sam 00 Todd. John 2 40 Todd. Price 80 2 40 80 70 2 40 1 60 1 GO . Yates, Yates, AVm AVm Todd.Charloy Eodd, Seth,.. Todd, Joe Todd, Leslie Todd, J W Todd, Lee Todd, I N Todd, Milton Todd. John C Todd, Luther ATenerable, Charley Venerable, Paul Wagers, Elbridgo Walker, D C AVarfcrd, Green Jr "I 55 Richardson, Lewis 80 Rose, Yard 1160 Riddel), Leonard 11 GO Rose, Shelt J150 Rose, AV T 180 Riddel!, Joe 160 Rucker. Mort 1 GO 240 2 40 2 40 100 2 40 KINGSTON ROAD PRECINCT. ' 1 60 ,1 1 GO Turpin, AVhitc, AA'm ' 1 Jack 160 AVilI..ughDy, Chas 80 AVoods, Charley ' 280 Thomas and Adams, nails 200 Turpin, John 1 40 40 40 Abner, John Abner, AVm Allcorn, Jonah Allen. Joe 1 60 1 Rose, Ed Rose, Ed, Jr. Rose, Howard 240 2 20 2 40 2 40 I 160 Richardson. Fent CO,' Robinson, Jeff 2 4f Rose, Owen 40 320 300 160 120 60 60 2 00 1 60 1 20 1 1 Rose, AVill 60 Jarrett . 80 AVebber, AAT 1 GO i 1 00 1 GO 1 GO . Squire Million . . Henry Stone . . . . "Williard Purvis . . Joe Tndor . . . . . Tom Fox Sam Fox Rube Million . Dan Henderson Sam Turner . . Ike "Wright . . Fielden Chenault . ....'.... .1 1- J J 1 60 4 (X) 1 GO T . . . 1 GO . - . Sears Fox -- 160 160 160 160 IGO . . . . . . .. ....'. ... 1G0 i- - J 160 . . 80 80 80 ii- - James Dejarnett . . Headen Bowler Irvine Turner . . . Hugh Miller . . . . Jell Gentry . . . . James Richardson . H M He rndon . . . Same "WH "Watte . . . Robert Reagan . . George Fitzpatrick Tom Fife . . Charley Turner . . i ! 110 J A Barnes 110 W A Burgin 70 R T Asher 2 70 AVm McGeo 1G0 HW. Tones 1 .... . . . '. i . . . . . GO . i. I- ...... . . . . - Hense Jones 150 Gen Black 100 Nnthan.Jones 165 Green-Jone10 s ...... 80 80 80 80 . . . . 150 80 SO - John Asher 5 05 Wm Rolin 40 X Asher 150 Rufus Spaulding SO GO 80 . . 80 80 80 Bob Woods Charley Gentry "Will Roy Taylor . . . James Willis . . Alex Jennings . . Denton . . . . . ! ... ... ... . . . - 00 60 GO GO Jim Phelps Letcher Chenault Dave Chenault . . 160 160 1 (XI 1 GO 1 GO 1 GO Sam Ross, Jr . . A J Ross "Walter Park . . . "Warfield Collins . . . Horace Dozier Thomas Taylor Sam Deatherage CS Taylor Taylor Speed Perry Sam Diggerstalf "W ... ...... ..' ... .' .....' ... Rufus ....... ... ... ... Fades J ... White ... Sim Turpin ... jE ... E Taylor ... Taylor ... Sam ... . Charley Oldham .... ... ... RF ... ..... ... Horace ... ...... ... Paul Riley Phelps . . . '. . . .... . . . . . . . . . George Gas . . . Ben Gilbert . . . C"' 1G0 Bob White. . . . 2 Oil 2 80 GOO . 2 40 50 oO 50 AP Frank Phelps . . . Henry Carr . . . Charlie White . . Terrill Phelps . . . Frank Portwood . Bob Ray AVm Bruce Zena . . Baber George . Baber AVillie . . Bradley Thomas Barnes AVm 3eIlos Hiram Brooks Link Boggs Ben Benton, I J Brumback, Frank . . . Ballew, AV B . ., Baxter, Mike Baber, Mart . Brooks, Chas Baber, Henry Brooks, Thos., colored Bruner, Clarence Bonny, James . . . . Brooks, TAV Baker, Joe Broaddus, J M . . . . Butner, JS Brock, AA'alter Batterton, Ben Bowman, AV Bowman, James . . . Broaddus, John .' . . Chenault, Zack . .. . Callahan, David . . . Casey, Ben Clay, AVm Sr . . Clay, Bob Carson, Ed Bline, Richard . . . . Clay, James . . . . . Clay, Bill Clay, Bird Denny, Ach ...... ... 2 05 2 40 GO J 240 Tate, Cas 185 Tribble, S C 205 Dan Tribble, Turpin, RD Turpin, J A 80 80 80 hrj 180 V 280 AValden, Charley 3 60 Woosley, II K 250 AVinkler, John 2 20 AVilloughby, Talton 185 Wilcox, Jasper 160 AVjlloughby, Clifton 80 AValden, Thomas 80 AVilloughby, Sam GW' llliams, A W 240 AVhite, Howard 320 AVagers.AVJ 220 Webb, John 2 40 Bakerr,John . AVatts, Frank . 280 ATalton,Ed 200 AVoolery, AVR 2 40 AVilcox, T J 120 Abner, Henry Bowler, Dock 80 Bennett, Jason 70 50 Broaddus, Arm Ballew, Merrill 160 Bybee, K N 160 Bybee, J L 160 Bybeo, F L 1G0 Benton, AT B .160 Benton, Pleas" 160 Benton, Dau 160 Baxter, F 2 40 Brotherton, Thos 2 40 Colyer.Charles 160 Church, Brown 160 Collins, Edmond Carpenter, Pete 120 Chenault, C F 50 Chenault, J D 215 Christopher, Pete 240 Collins, Henry 200 Cobb, Robert 2 40 Chenault, Harvey 2 45 Douthott, Thos 2 40 Davis, Ernest 2 40 Doty, John 80 Doty, Robert 290 Evans, Joseph 160 Estill, Leroy 160 Estill, Henry 80 2 40 75 KAVANAUGH ROAD PRECINT. Baldwin, TE Ballew, G W Ballew, John Ballew, AVallace 160 Banks, AV S 2 40 Bar, Ollie 1 GO Barnes, AVm 3 20 2 2 2 3 2 40 2 40 160 160 2 40 Rease, Shelt 2 40 Riddel), P B 120 Rubles, A C Rubles, Dick 200 Ruclter, Flcm 1 20 Robinson, John 180 Shelton, Thomas 1 CO Stamper, Sam 16C 160 2 40 ISO 2 40 SO tl ti 160 100 1G0 . 200 2 4c I r l-t- i Barritt, John Barritt, Henry 250 200 50 240 175 135 75 ... ; 14 00 Wall, J 10 95 AVells, 160 AVinkler. Fount Turpin, Heado Tribble, AVm Todd.'B F Tribble, Jake Thomas, David Turpin, G AV Tribble, Kash Tribblq, James Thomyson, Chas Tribble, Dud Tribble, Owen 160 Willoughby, Everett ISO Chambers, H C, overseer 80 P ...... .... .... Robt 130 AVoosley, Thomas 80 l. Frank 80 AVoosley, John 200 AVoosley, I II 35 AAralden, John 240 AA'oosloy, 280 230 215 285 ...... Durham, Dunbar, J R 160 Davis, E E 160 So 1 GO KA... . . ' Simpson C M Forties Dozier ' . . . S 50 50 Dan Phelps . . . 50 Mat Dozier . . . 50 George Dozier . . 50 Jos Lackey . . . 80 Boh Brumfield . . 200 JohnLangford . . 200 G G Perry 2 00 Sam Chenault . . 80 Tobc Hachett . . Fowler . . . . .... Eades, AV W Eades, James . . . . 160 Eppards,Thos . . . . A 60 Elbridge, John . . . 160 Eades, J H 1 60 Ellison, Thos . . . . 1 60 Embry, Bill 1 Davise, Ed 160 Denny, James . . . 160 Denney, Frank . . . 3 10 Davis, Ernest . . . . 3 20 Eeades, J L 60 20 Thomas Deatherage . . . . . Collins "Willis . John Deatherage Joe Ballew C Adams . . . 1 GO E Jerry Green . . . IGo 80 80 1 .... ... 1 GO Edwards, DN 160 Eades, Chas . . . . Gully Charley Soper Hisle "Win "Wheeler 1 160 Cash Hill 160 J II Hampton . 1 1 McGuiru . . 60 Clay AVoolum . . GO AVm -- JL . . . . "Will . . . 60 60 Joe Hill Steve Hill Mack Million James Mitchell . Bird Deatherage Horace Park 1 GO Henry Rnrgin James Deasherage . . . Tom Thompson, Sr . . Tom Thompson, Ren For)es Hugh Phelps .'. .... ...... . , . . . . . . . . . . . . 1G0 , 120 160 160 1 . , Jr . . Peter Phelps Willis Collins I J Forbes . . Lem Chenault Jourdin Bently J C Deatherage AA'm Deatherage Robert Chenault Mack Heughly Joe Benton Sam Phelps Tom Marshall Green Jenkins Henry Burgin ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 20 1G0 1 60 1G0 Wm Shackelford AA'm Green . . . Irviiie Benge . . G M Lyohs . . . . John AAllder . . . Ike AVooluui . . . Heiiry Lyle . . . IGO 1G0 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Ford; Henry Ford, Mark . . . . Freeman, Fletcher, AV C . .. . Fletcher, J L . . . AT..., , '40 .';' 40 40 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 .... .... .... .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J W Green . . . . John James . . . Ed Campbell . . Lyle . . . 160 Frank Ernest Lyle . . . 4 00 Joe Johnston . . 1 GO AVebster 40 Filmore 2 1 fiO J AV McKinney . Gentry, Thomas . . . Green, R F . . . . Green, James . . . . Gentry, G G . . . . Gentry, Chas . . . . Gentry, Martin . . Gentry, Lewis . . Gctt, J S Green, Jake Griggs, AVm Green, Steve . . . Gentry, Green Green, JE . . , Green, Tobo . . Golden, Wm . , ,' , Hendrix, Dud . . , .... .... . Hugnely, Adam Huguely, Terry Hunter, Clem . r . . . . . . Chas Lyle R 840 ...... . . . . . . . . . . 80 Jas Munday . 80 E Portwood . ', 80 J Wm Simpson . 80 Simpson . 80 Robert i. Wm Munday . . A Harris '.,., . . "160 , .', 160 Huguely, J L 160 Hunt, Simpson II 120 Huguely, JK 1(50 IGO Huguely, SR 210 Benton, Milt Sr 135 Walden, Eliza 385 Butler, John 2 50 Berrj'i Bates TIPTON ROAD PRECINCT. 250 Carpenter, AVill TOO Allen, Letcher 200 Carpenter, Tom 80 Berry, A C 240 Cobb, Jesse 2 40 Berry, John 1(50 Cain, J H 240 Blackwcll, James 240 Covington, Irvo 240 Baxter, Ben 2 40 Cain, B B 1(50 Conner, J D 160 Brookshire, Allen 160 Brandenburg, A D 50 Covington, Bob 160 Brandenburg, AValler 2 (XI Covington, J M 50 Brandenburg, A D 3 75 Challis, Tom 5 75 Brumback, J A 160 Conner, Pleas 240 Brumback, AV H 160 Clouse, Martha SO Cain, J AV 195 Baber, Georgo 200 Brock, John 2 SO Conner, Sam 240 Combs, Charley 160 Adams, Henry 205 Congleton, James 160 Adams, N G 2 05 Cain, IT B 280 Adams, B M 190 Covington, Ed I 240 Adams, Algin 1G0 Chambers, John 2 40 Cain, Sid 160 Covington, AV Q 300 Conner, James 80 Chenault, Ben 2 40 Conner, Bob 80 Chenault, Jerry 2 40 Conner, AVes . 920 Cain, James 80 Chenault, Charley 80 Demoree, James 160 Covington, AVallace 240 Denney, John 160 Cain, Tom 2 80 Denney, Bill 2 40 Carpenter, Andy 185 Dunbar, AArm 120 Curr, James 80 Durham, AAr D 2 40 Cox, Tom 80 Dixon, Lewis 200 Covington, M C 2 40 Cornelison, James 600 Dixon, AVm 140 Elkin, James 80 Collins, Howard 1G0 Edwards, Ben 2 40 Crockett, Henry 200 Engle,"R G 120 Duncan, Hugh 200 Ginter, George "6 90 Duncan, Harry 80 Grider, John 5 40 Duncan, John 190 Gray, Melvin 200 Duncan, June 160 Griggs, Sam 390 Deatherage, Dock 80 Griggs, AV C 2 40 Dunson, Harrison n 2 40 Dalton, A R 160 Gosserman, Joseph 80 Griggs, J L 12 95 Dozier, C B 80 Gaines, Rodney 2 40 Dozier, AV B 80 GriggsTChnrley 3 10 Duncan," AV B 80 Gnnstead, Ann 460 Daniel, Jule 900 Harris, James 6 90 Daniel, Clark 360 Hall, Leslie 160 Durbjn, Ned 2 40 Hill, Howard 160 Estili, Rice 2 40 Harris, Arthur 160 Embry, Z T 80 Hindrix, Dudley 240 Embry, Mat 2 40 Hisle ,i AVM 2 40 Ellison, Sam 2 40 Hisle, AVillis 230 Ellison, Andy AValden, AVm AVall, Ed AVoolum, P AV AVoods, John AVells, John .' 160 Blanton, Aaron 40 Burgman, Geo AV 80 Burgman, E Bates, John 160 2 40 Burton, Dick 200 Blanton, Arm AVm 2 40 Benton, 2 00 Bates, Tom 75 Bogie, J C 16 00 Bybee, Ed J 2 40 Bush, TAV B 2 40 Browning, A Ballew, Lyman 2 35 175 Bates, Geo 80 Bybee, Matt 160 Baker, E S S 2 40 Bates, C Brock, AC 160 2 40 2 40 Bates, Buford 230 Bates, S H 200 WACO ROAD PRCINCT. 40 40 Barritt, Joseph 40 Barritt, SB 60 Barritt, Steve 2 40 Bishop, GAV 3 20 Bishop, Robert 3 GO Black, Wm 2 70 Black, Sam Barrit, AV R (2) - Shelt 160 Whitn, Dick 160 White, Roy C 235 Winkler, Edward 160 AVilson, Josephus AVhite, 155 AVeaver, John Woolury, Geo 160 Yates, Brown Leo 140 Yates, Wallace 80 Yates, James A 100 160 160 Thomas, Albert Todd, Rodes, col, 155 Todd. Seth 175 7 'old, Cnarley Todd, Dud Todd, Eil, col ICO Todd. Tobe Todd, G AV 20 2 40 150 150 150 150 200 stamper, Joe Stamper, Simp Saanlin, Lewis Sandlin, Moran 240 240 2 40 240 2 40 1C0 230 240 240 240 2 40 Yates M " 160 120 Clark, AVB . 160 Blevins, Clay 2 30 Bythe James 140 Bocn,Zaza 2 40 Bigie,Andy 2 40 Boulware, Lige 2 40 Britten, Bruco 2 40 Broaddus, Speed 2 40 Brockman, G E 2 10 2 40 2 40 2 40 160 Black, Alex 160 SO 1 10 Youn ', C Geo KDAD lit! I'EVIXCT. 2U0 2 40 2 40 BE.VR WALLOW I k: f 195 Angiin, James Angliu, Tom "2 00 160 Andeison, John II (col) 140 Abranis, Jlait 180 Abner, Reese 160 2 40 2 20 240 Todd, Andy, col, :2 40 Tribble, II col 40 Todd. W C 2 00 AVoolery, John 2 40 AVoolery, Lee 1C0 AVinkler, Frank 140 AValton, I! M 2 40 AVebb, Frank 2 40 AVHm.ii, AV T 2 40 Winkler, Tom 2 40 AVillis. Asa 2 40 AVillis, M V SO Woods, S S 2 40 AVillis, U S 2 40 Willis, Ambrose 2 40 AVebb, George SO Winkler, S II 2 40 AVinkier, Joe :2 40 Young, James n 10 Turner, John Todd, Sherman, col 2 30 2 40 J 240 2 40 Brookes, James Brotherton, TS 160 IGO Botherton.RJ Bryant. James 150 150 150 160 160 160 160 Grubbs, Tom 140 Garison, J II 160 Garison, J A 140 Gains, Connie 160 Grubbs, John 160 Grubbs, AVm 1 55 Gott, A L 160 Gentry, AVade 65 Gott, Creal 160 Gentry' Eames 1 60 Gentry, Pete 160 Gentry, James reo Ilislo, Andy 160 Hall, Lish 120 Hacker, AVm 80 Holley, Cris 215 Holly, Bruit 2 2 2 2 40 40 75 20 Easters, Moso Embry, Granderson Frazier, A J Frazier, Columbus Friend, AVm Frazier, Chas Francis, Louis 160 Burnes, Millard 5 75 Burnes, AATm 80 Baxter, Alex 200 Camper, David 130 Carpenter, Quiller 2 80 Chenault, AVade 2 40 Chenault, Roy 2 40 Chenault, Tom 2 40 Cochran, Robt 2 40 Cochran, John 2 40 Collins, Jim 600 Collins, AVm 320 Colyer, H II 120 Colyer, R AV 2 160 Crawford, Geo 2 40 Crooke, B F Buford, Geo Burnes, Geo 160 160 150 150 160 160 60 2 40 2 40 2 40 200 80 160 160 SO ? 1 GO 50 00 175 2 00 1 2 40 Crooko, OC 2 40 Davis, Clifton 80 Deningor, G AV 2 40 Dillingham, Moso 2 40 Dillingham, AVm 2 40 Doty, A K 2 40 Dunston, Henry CO 160 GO 150 1 60 280 Edster, Zekc 2 40 2 40 2 40 160 Edwards, Geo 3 20 Edwards, Perry 140 160 150 140 160 80 Ellison, Tom ' 320 Ellison, J B, Jr 3 20 Ewing, Matt 3 20 Floyd, AVm 2 40 2 40 2 40 2 40 2 40 2 40 40 Ellison, DE Ellison, Howard 160 160 50 Alexander, Ed Alexander, Harris Alexander, Marion Broad lus, J I! Broaddus, John (col) Benge, Clift Benge, Curt Blevins, Tom Blevins, James Baker, AV 1! Baker, Rufe Broaddus, Kit (col) Britten, Bill (col). Cox, Milt Cox, Eb Cox. James Carpenter, Mart Crow. Prat Coyle, Tom Crawford, George Crow, Joe Carpenter. N Crow, IM Conil s, Evans Crow, Joe Chadwell, C C (col) Cates, Jeff Coyle, AVillis Crawley, John Dalton J AV " Denney, James Dillingham, Arch (col) Dawson, Tom Durben, Tom Daniels, Achillis Fender, Isliam 160 240 2 40 240 2,40 240 2,4o 240 240 23) 240 2 40 LCU 240 IGO 40 I S20 UC0 :2 20 !1 ( :2 40 :2 40 :2 40 U60 12 4C t2W 72 40 40 "2 40 2 40 2 40 2 40 2 40 190 2 2 2 2 Fender, Charley Harris, Jas Fortune, John Huguely, Dove Huguely, Jacob Harris, Robt Francis Ben Galloway, Dock Garrett, Geo 170 Isaacs, Simon 100 Irvine, D 160 Jones, J II 160 Johnson,-Joh- n 2 40 Jones, R II 2 70 Kavanaugh, Mach 120 Kavanaugh, James 235 Kavanaugh, Ed 230 Keen, Geo 140 Keen, Mart Gibbs,AR3 it I ., t. 200 Kcton, James 140 Lawson, Jeff 140 Leo, Sam 140 Lee, L II 140 ' ' k , . i Gibbs, Jarman Gibbs, Jas 320 Gilbert, Jack 1120 Golden, AVm 2 40 Golden, Jas 2 40 Golden, Rolley 240 Goodrich, Tom 2 40 Goodrich, Geo 3 20 Goodrich, John 5 00 Gregory, AVm D 2 40 Gum Grant 2 40 Gum, J.B 280 Highnight, Jas 2 40 Hisle, Tom 10 00 Hocker, Bud 2 40 Hocker, Alex 2 40 Hocker, Coleman 2 40 Hodge, Sam 2 40 House, Andrew 2 40 House, Steve 320 Hudson, Robt 2 40 Hull, Bud 2 40 Hurst, J R 2 40 Isaacs, John IGO Jackson, John 320 Jackson, Robt 80 Kavanaugh, Arch 120 Kavanaugh, Jerry 800 Lackey, John 2 40 Lanter, Alex 2 40 Lawson, Jas 160 Lewis, Geo 70 Lewis, AVm 400 Lewis, Egbert 2 40 Martin, Ben 2 40 Massa, Don 2 40 Maupin, Sam 160 Maupin, Ia'c 400 Maupin, Frank 3 20 Maupin, Charley 2 40 McFarland, R M 240 McKeehan, Speed 2 40 Miller, Spencer 320 Miller, John 2 10 Munday, Jas ' 2 40 Munday, Za'ok 280 Munday, Geo 2 40 Munday, Dan 2 40 Moore, Dock 2 40 Norville, Chnrloy 2 40 Nicherson, John ' 2 40 Nicherson, Link Oldham, Albert 2 40 2 40 Owens, AV.m A 2 40 2 40 2 40 180 French, AVes 160 French, Bill 100 Fielder, John 180 Foot, H D 1(50 Gooth, S B 160 Gabbard. AVill 136 25 Green, Henry 160 Gabbard, Joint 160 GriP.in, Abe 140 Ganett.AVC 1 GO 40 DUNCAN'AX 00 Cain, Joo 40 40 S'agner, May 2 20 Cliff, Sam 2 40 Cliff. John Younjr, Douglas 240 03 00 Combs, James team Briggs, AVarren assigned to James SO Combs Berry, Bates blacksinitliing to Jas Combs 7S0 S II lumber 100 Carpenter, Anderson 100 150 25 Gooth, AV J (3) Young. Douglas assigned to AV J (.iooch C7 45 Hugeley, AVm II assigned to AV J 9 50 Gooch 5 00 Kindred. Thos Gooch, W J (6) I? 00 2 SO Lane, AVm (2) 60 Winkler, Shelby 50 Ruble, Bub ROAUrnECIST. 2,40 Tevis, Geo 2 40 Cook, John AVilliam 2 40 Harris, 2 40 Collinsworth, G English, AVm SO SO AV 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 ICO iff: Gentry, James Gentry, AValler 160 Gentry, J A' 160 Glotsip, J L 160 GIoMip.Titr 160 Hendrix, Speetl ICO 100 Hencelcy, Sjieed Hendrix, AVm 1G0 Henceley, R R 8 62 Henceley, AV G M 2 40 Hudson, Daniel Lanter, AVm 160 Lamb, Pal 120 Lamb, Zack 180 Miller, AVyatt 160 Miller, AV H 160 McKinney Tom 15C 175 160 2 40 240 -- v. 160 155 140 140 2 40 , SO Neal Anderson 160 80 1G0 oO Hugh Phelps Joe Jenkins Charley Soper Charley Gornelison Lee Beeton "Walter .... . . . . . Frank Parks James B Gibson . . . . . . . . Park ...... . . . . John Shearer . Ernest Chenault to Pete Chenault . 80 Josiah Powell . 80 George York . . oO Albert Baker t . HO AAf in M Queen . 0 so" oO , 240 ' ' 1G0 80 120 SO , 160 Sam Turner J T McClintock ,f 1 Ike Wright Andy Walker Charley Turner . . Louis Neal Dan Collins ' Hiram Biggerstrff . . Wesley Bodes . . . . . Million . . . Jack Turner Smith Harris . . 4 00 D M Phelps 1 GO Leon Minter . . . Rufus Phelps . . . . 1 60 Ash Hall "Wade'Biggerstatl 160 Ab Young McCord Jake . . 1 GO Steve Ratlill Dave McCord . 4200 Humphrey Rati ill . Sam Phelps, . Anse Young . . . WHITE HAM. BOAI) PRECINCT. Abe Gum . . . . 1 55 Sam Young . . . Dan Tudor 80 Green Harris . . Schuyler Taylor . . . SO . . ., Jos Jones ..' . . t. James Kanatzar 80 Jas Gray Amos Coats .'80 Frank Bentley . . Alex Masters )' 80 Alex Igo . . . . TMHall 80 Henry Tugle . Frank Parrish . .. . . 80 Boone Brinegar . Wm Lucas 160 J H Young Frank Burgin . . . . 4 00 Jas Carter . Gordin Burgin . . . . 160 Jas Burnara CTXK'iugford . . . . 80 Henry AVbito . Albert, Brock 160 Howard Jones . SamTerkins 1 60 Luther Perkins . . . Dave Jones . . IGO Kale Bennett . Jangford . . . . Wm 100 ND Brock. . . John Owens 160 AVin.Brinegar . John White 160 AVm Rhodes . . AlexCosley 1.60 K"R' Morgan Simon Cosby . . . . 160 Frericb Jones . . Mark Fox 160 Rice Rogers Milo Pinkston . . . . 160 Mitchell AVhito . . . '. Ben Turner 80 JohuBush Price Cosby 1G0 Lewis Rronston'TPnK;. ."..". Lex Fox i-160 A B Hampton . . . John Chenault . . . 80 Brown Hampton. . Bart Gentry.. . . 160 JamesBrock Gentry. . . Irvine 160 TAStovens.: . . WmBlythe 160 Jeff; Coffee .9. .j. . $ Ed McCorcT . . . . . . ZenaCobbt . i ". . 400 CC Clark '. . 160 J II Clark .... . ..... Ross Dozier . . . . . 160 .... .... . ...... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... Jr . . . . . . 120 120 20 . . . 120 Frank Chenault . 160 John Good v. 1 John Young . . . Charlie Knapp . F M Chamberlin . AVm Young . . . Jeff McKinney . Jent Gray . . . . 80 1 GO . 160 . SO 1G0 , 160 Tom Langford . . 1 60 60 .... TobeBush Gray .... HL . 160 160 80 80 Harber, Henry . Huguely, BF . . Hamilton, T K . Hamilton, Joe . . Jackson, Sam . . Jordon, John . Johnson, Thos . , Jones, John A . Jones, J M . . Jones, Allie . . Johnson, Bill . Johnson, T AV Johnson, Robert Jones, J M . . . Jett, Curt Jett, Shelby . . Keen, James . . Keen, Josiah Keen, Hady . .. . , , , 2 50 2 00 2 00 Hill, Moses Harrrls, Nathan 3 45 a ... . Hisle, Moses 200 Hisle.AV C 230 E H Bybee 240 MTBybee 160 Sam Gonner 225 Pleas Conner 50 Aaron Covington. 190 J M Covington , 240 H Cornelison 235 AVill Embry 160 Jaclc Embry 115 Charley Embry 160 J T Embry 45 F M Freeman 80 AV T Fielder li Fritts. AVm 100 Friend, J E 2 40 Frveman, Eff 320 Fielder, Hiram 30 Garrett, Flcm 135 rinstead, G T zo Grinstead, Joo 25 Gentry, Dave 45 85 60 35 45 45 70 35 80 35 35 80 Martin, Harry - . l I..U1M . Hatton, AVill Hendrix, Amos Harris, James Hopper, John Harris Bob Hubbard, Ben Hisle, W Hocker, Chas . , 400 Tom Gilbert 2 80 Dave Gentry 2 80 Joe Harris 2 80 2 25 .' ' EdPrather C V 160 80 80 80 Kirbj, Cage . Kimbrell.MUt- . . S " Kirby.JAV. . . Kindred, Colman - .... .... 400 Keen, John . . '80 Lanter, Sexton 80 Lauter, Robt . 80 80 . . . . . , ..... ...... ...... .... ..... .... ..... Lanter, Ira . . . Lanter, AV R . . . 80 Lanter, Less . 80 Lanter, Chas Geo 80 80 80 80 205 140 120 135 225 135 225 205 180 160 "2 Woodson Royston L Searcy J C Oldham, overseer '" George Huguely, Steve ' Huguely, L J Harris, James Harris, Joe IsaccsJ L Jackson, Simon 105 Jackson, Jim 25 Jones, J AV 30 8 75 240 Maupin, AVm 1G0 Martin, A'm 160 Moberly,John 160 Moberley, R K 160 Moore, AVm IGO Moore, James 70 Miller, Dock 160 Mink, S J 160 Noland, AVT 160 Noland, A S 160 Norris, C C 200 Norris, Grant 80 Noland, Abo 1 40 Noland, Sam 220 Noble, Paul 240 Phelps, Alex 2 40 Phelps, Tom 240 Powell, G AV 160 Powell, Larkirr 160 Hocker, Ale (col) Hencely, AVill Hencely, Owen Hazclwood, P T Holland, Matt Hill, AVill Ilnater, J A Hill. G Hill, Thomas 150 Cornelison, Bud G R :2 40 Baker, .2 40 Meeks, Harris ,1S0 Butler, Geo Howard, Ben :2 50 Miller, Jas :2 00 Hockaday, Walter :2 40 Gorden, Will 2 40 Gorden, John 2 40 Mason, Ed 2 40 B 200 White, J Bratton, R G 2 40 2 40 2 40 Turner, Jake Reed, J M 1C0 2 40 2 05 & it H ' 210 2:10 210 210 220 500 2 40 2 40 2 40 2 40 "2,40 2 40 2 40 m 2 40 Turner, Harry Morcan, Harry 200 Tobin, Jack 2 40 Martin, Shad 2 40 Brooks, Humphrey 40 2 Elkin, AVarren 1(H) 40 00 240 2) 40 2 . . 240 240 2 40 2 W 2 40 2 40 2,40 2 40 2 40 155 2 40 Frank Hunter, AA'illiam , 2 2 ISO ICO -- - 200 Hobbs, Gilbert 200 Holland, Tico 2.40 jf : Hardsock'Zack Col 160 Johnson, Gid 160 Jones, J O 1(50 2 40 2 40 Martin, Ben 2 40 Phelps, AVill Phelps, Jim Shearer, Geo Shearer, Geo Martin, Geo Shearer, Beard Blythe, Chas ; 130 Johnston, Lewis 160 Jones, Louis Jones, Georgo 2 40 Miller, Arch 2 40 Murry, John 2 40 Recter, Hence 2 40 Burnam, Chas 2 40 2 40 195 Johnston, John 240 Keeton.Bill 140 Kid well, James 160 Keeton, John 160 160 Kelley, John 195 Kolley Emmanuel 60 2 40 2 40 40 2 40 1 McGuire, Sterling Ballord, Squire 2 40 Nikirk. Chas 2 40 Ballard, Frank 2 40 Blythe, Sid 230 230 230 160 2 40 2 40 2 40 2 40 250 Johnson, Dr Huguely, Amy .TAV "' ' 240 240 320 2 25 2 40 Hislei J AV ' " ; S 320 9 4(1 Jones, Fent Klrby, Chas Kaylor Jerry King, AVill King, Stone Kidwcll, T Q Lamb, Joe AV Hisle, J " i Olds, AVillie.. . . Owens, Squire . . Olds, John . . . Oldham, Thomas 80 Jackson, S G Johnson, AAfm 240 Jackson, Henry IGO 80 80 2 20 Jackson, James Jett', Shelby ' I V (' 80 Oldham, David . Robert.'. ' 80 Oliver, 80 "Owens. SO ' John.. Parrish,Bill Parrish", Geo Kaylor, Sam Kelley, Henry' v 175 Lanter, Robert N" 2 40 Lanter, James 230 Langly, JR 1G0 Mellon, AA'm 240 Moores,Thos 80 80 80 7 75 -- nv Parke, AVS- -. . . . 1 GO Parke, J AV. Jr.. . . . 160 Parke. J S 160 Parke, E AV 160 Parke, E B 160 Powell, PAV IGo Parke, Jonah 160 Parke, Rol IGO Parke, Thomas . . . 160 Powell, Jeff 160 Parrish,ESL. . . 80 1 60 . Mcintosh, Robt .... 5Jf Martin, AVm McKlniioy, R H . Martin, Thos "20 Noland, George 80 Same -- 160 Noland, Green, Sr ' . ". 410 Nolaud, John . D Logsdon, 280 Logsdon, J P 160 Lykins, Jas 2 40 Logsdon, M A 160 Ledford.JS ' 230 Lentz, AV J 120 McAVhorter, L P 2J0 Maupin, Pole 2 40 Moore, AVill '200 Moore, Robt 200 Miller, Mlko 240 Miller, J" T 280 Oldham, John 200 Ogg, AVm (col) 200 Oldham, Jarrett 2 40 Ogg, AVm 2 40 Prather, Ed 2 40 Parks, Ens 2 40 Rico, J T 2 40 Robinson, -- 160 : 110 Parks, IT 2 40 Portwood, Leonard 160 Portwood, Andrew 160 Parks, J R 160 Reed, Anderson 1G0 Reed, G F 220 Rupard Enoch 160 Reeves, Ben 2 15 Rollins, KL 125 Stone, Tom 160 Shoppard,Charley 2 40 Stone, Cyrus 230 Spraugh, AVm ' 60 Pinkston, Jas 150 Pinkston, AVill , if -- ? , Kolley, Robert Kindred, Lewis Kindred Thomas Kindred, M B Kindred, Curt 240 Bronston, Jake 2 40 Bennett, Geo 40 2 AVhite. Henly 190 160 2 40 1 20 67 25 2 40 Jones, II C, overseer, team, etc 200 BLUE LICK ROAD 1'KEClXCT. 200 150 Shearer, AVill Miller, AVill llflll f f Plfl ill .. w 150 Kfllloy, Tom 2 40 Kidwell Marion 2 40 Shearer, Miller V ,. Kindred, G II 160 Lakes, Sant SO 200 Vanwinkle, 2 40 Pigg, Carod J AV 2 40 1 60 3 20 3.60 3 40 fivl If ! Ipfl 2 40 2 40 Lakes, Mack 240 Davis, Richard 2 40 Pigg. J M 2 40 Harris, Tom 2 40 Carter, AV C 2 40 Terrill, J B Kimbell. Rich 2 01) roweu, cam 150 150 170 Lain, June E. Ij.ikes,Andy ljiwson,Stoke Lari James 100 Lewis, Joseph 160 2 40 '280 ' ; &Sfl llH 240 . . . ' ' , Staguer, O AV -- 235 160 140 140 ' 40 80 : 1G0 -- 160 160 2 40 2 40 -- 160 Powell, John v . -- . '' 2 40 . .140 2 40 : 2 40 Rice, DC r.f... ........... J GO 1 ri Parke, Arch 160 Parrish, Asoy 160 Park, Morril 400 Parrish, J WeS GO Pigg.EIi. .... 4 20 Noland, Jerry 480 125 200 120 V2 40 200 180 -- AV H 160 150 2 40 NorrIs,AVAV -' ...... .... .-- -f-5 liCOH PoAvell.BF ,. 1G0 pwell,RB - 129 fParko,iTH Quisenberry,-- Chas M '40. IJtllsenberry , Henry Noland, J B Norris, Younger Pitcher, John Pearson, Dudley PowellTJohn 80 Parker, Thomas 280 Reeves, AVmi " Noland, J D ''" 460 Rico.CAV 1601 80 Stagner, J AV Shifflett, Henry Stone, Green Snowden, G AV Tudor, S AV Tudor, V K Tudor, J S Todd, Dave Tovis, AVm Tevis, Clifton Tovis, Marion Tevis, T Todd, AVm Turpin, Dav Todd, Tom ; Taylor, Geo TatcAVilson Parks, C II Parks, Joe Palmer Jas Palmer, Howard Reeves, Jas Reeves, John 220 Palmer, John 2 40 2 40 GOO 160 160 180 160 ISO timb, Rice Tjettroll. Jacob llainb, Gil Lakes, Tim Lakes, Curt Lakes, Fred Lamb, Jas 4240 ' " '. ; ' '1 40 '4 20 :3(X -- uo Wm M M imU M H 320 Herd, AVill 2 40 Collins, Elom ' ' ; 240 Everett.FII 2 40 Hart, Reuben 2 40 Shearer, Sile 2 40 Davis, Rollin 1 60 A'anwinkle, Dock 2 40 Vrans, Bob 1 CO ' - 80 L20 rm H '1 560 3 60 3 60 3.20 ; 240! Powers, Tom 2 40 2 40 160 Ijunb, Lincoln f'60 Ijikes, O AV' 2 40 Lewis, AV C 2 00 - ICO' SO ,flM -- JB lui jCTI 180 1 1 ' ,? -- ... ' , . A $ j Richardson, Andy Rhodas, J L Riley, F M ' s" '' ju jtieeves, xuram v. RobinsdnfWpi SOolSharprR.! 80 160 Rhodfts, M ' 2 40 Royston, AV " 120 Simpson, Silas ' ;" 2.40 Stivers iBcott '.ii'rV., - 240 SewellVXeviV p280 StevensVG Mfayn Steveas,.Wjtf , """'- - 150 Townsen,Ed " .': 140 Taylor, Bros AVilgon (lumber) ; 140 Tate, 140 Taylor, S (overseer) "P 120 Lwiiito, John j ..-AVilcox, Cyrus 100 I . - 1C0 AVilcdXjiDkye 1G0 AVarnerrCutiis7 " -.- - Reeves, S L 200 Reeves, AVilson 2 40 Rice, Joo 210 Richardson,-Balo240 Riddle, AV R 320 Riddle, Geo 1375 Roberts, V T 240 Roberts, T J 2 40 Rodes, David 160 Sams, AVilson. 90 Scarbro, Fountain 660 Scarbro, Jnmes 6450 Scarbro, Isaac 2 40 Shifllett Roy 2 40 Simpson, AVm, 240 SmiihyMorgan 2.40 Smith, Mercer" 2 40 Smith", .2 80. iakes, Robt, Sr Lakes, TimrJr, 2 40 160' T. T-T- 160 AVise; G B Williams, Ben I. wa. Kit a' 160 jiize, Thos U40 iloberly, Andy, col 160 tloran, Howard 285 libore, Henry 195 IJatthews, James "" 153 jiatthevrs, Sam ' "" 200 KTewmanv Georgo 280 Vlriox, Mason -- 240. j jwens, Irv 150 160 t?rice. Adams 1 60 libninn. John 1 90 Ijkichaidsba, Georde l.d9 HttKbardeea, John' : " Jlillion.Thos 160 ijize, Butler 2 00 2 40 Bratcher.BF 2 40 Anderson, G E Kindred, H Kindred, AV F Vanwinkle, J R ' - 20 80 ' 120 3 05 3 40 lll H 1 i H . 'a 240 Anderson, AVm 2 40 Baker. J M 40 Bumeli. Anthony; Johnson, SF 2 40 Johnson, Ik 240 McQueen. Jas- 240 Andersen, John200 Payne, Richard 240 AVhite, Frank 240 Bratcha.AVm 2 40 Burnell, Simeon2-J- 120 ICO 160 2 40 ' 240 1 20' i ! 160' , -- 1'60 i& - I -- 120 280 2 30 Preston, John 2 40 GabbardAVin - 8W I'M 3 .. L-j- Smith, Isaac " jt&&l,JMa ft 1LT&-JU-J- .",'.'-- 240 Parks, Rtctianl ff43 Parks, AVm JH JH '.H JB 'H H oD 'fH 'H iH ! JH H !. . CVS "7. TSer-. KSrhit'U '$. 'Ti iri fj.f T. "- - i . 7T TV- ? J 95 J pxl&iy"' S?l- W , -- w' C." rfS"JtiT" "' 4 v W"' .. .- 'tr - .- - -- -' 3?5E 4 - v it - - j! :va . 111 1111 . !jv -- ,n,m f? 2.S V' Ir "ill 'tfi i fturks, Hugh Bias ton, CO Yahoffey, John Canter, Chas "Williams, Abe Earley.Thos Towell, Geo Williams, Joel "Williams. Will Thompson, Frank Moore, Jas 1G0 Lucas, Win "ICO Quiuley,J S . . . . W. . .130 Tntum, JT 2 30 200 830 120 220 340 Hill, Geo Hill, Sam Hill.Tonce , Miller, Jake 220 O'Conner, Wm . 150 O'Connor, Tom " 2 20 "SO 80 Ward.AJlen Whitaker, JD- 3 00 80 .... j. .... '. Roberts, Wm . 3f art, Curt Chenault, Alex - Bronough, Chas Mahoffy 1G0 2 70 40 Shockley, Hannah Blythe Milton . ; . Harnison, Roberts, Clifton 1530 Roberts, Jake . . . 80 Singer, George . . . 7 ico Sims, Jerry . .T 3 00 Stone, It B 3 00 Tudor.Bob .' . . . 3 00 160 Agee, Isaac 160 Agco, MitchelLfcJje 1 60 Agee, AmosP 280 Agee, Howard 60 1 GO 1 60 80 Warner, GrW 160 SEWBY BOAD PBECINT. , , 40 Huguelcy, Donnia'coL 40 Haden,ML . 12 00 Ham, Woodsen : Harvey, C J. & SO Heathman, R3Fr 110 Holman, Sidney (Overseer) 120 James Hill v V 3 00 ValentiHO'Hardi 40 John Moborly $$ 40 B Mntley 400 Wilson Newbyl ' 3 rr .r .00 2 25 Cosrier-JoHrsal '' -- c "i"w-- i' w .'" 76 00 li,',yf Thejjpe, S H, . jj 25 00 18 40 . J 200 Coviijtion, Araold 22S en s4', I ; JlJV1 l & Bro Co (JudgeBur- - Jr, circalt clerk 17 02 19 85 5 10 190 Bolin, Bud Wyatt.WS . . . Taylor, John Gabbard, Bill Gabbard, Hiram Powell, Hiram 140 Kirty, Jesse ,rr. . - . Turner, Lewis J 20 Vanarsdall, Andrew . . JJ40 Willis, Mat' Williams, McGrath . 4 00 Warren, George 14 25 Whitaker, Wm 1 70 White, Jerry 40 Willis, Tom 550 Ross, Morris, overseer 8 00 30 G6 00 80 5 02 40 4 00 l 60 80 40 Adams, Josoph Barnes, A E 100 Warnacut, 120 Wallace, C B 120 Anderson, J A . T . . .' . Baber, G G Clift, Diet Burnell.Sam Gaqbard, Bruce Johnson, Schuyler Davis, John Hobbs, Lewis Harrison, Jevi Clift, C M Davis, Chas . Watson, Bill Burdett, E T Skimer, Dan Adams, B J Johnson, S C Adams, J as Shearer, Will B 220 Lowis.SC . . .' 8 40 Ingram, Phil 320 Kiles, Henry . . 80 Vaughn, Fayette . . - i POOSHY KOAD PKECIN'CT. 320 Barnett, Geo . . 230 Burnam, Jordan 4 GO Basse it, Tom . 1 35 Bowlen, Sam . 80 80 320 BPRKAJI UO.YD 400 Adams, Edman 3 00 Arbuckle, M F 300 Anderson, Tom . ." 7 12 Arbuckle, Wm 1 00 Burchell, Dan , Abston, Henry PRECINCT. . JH Shearer. J as Kiudred, ! Harlow, Bratcher, J as Brown, BF . . Cousin, Jas . . . 180 Campbell, Dave 40 Davis, Joshua . ICO Denney, Grant H) 50 . Adams, Bobert Agee, Farris Brock, Mack Benton, John Burton, Oliver Burton, Peter Burgin, GR Bronddus, Bob 140 CJark,T 40 Christopher, John 40 Colton.Nat Collins, MA 140 Collins, James so Collins, T John l 40 Chandler, Thomas SO Barnes, Eugeno, 1 60 Bogie, John C i 160 Broaddus, Josoph 160 Burris, JasN 1 60 Bogie, Morris 160 Burris, Jerry 1 GO Baker, Merritt 160 Barnes, Mitchell 39 30 Burton, Will, col Bogie, Perry 1 20 Bogie, Wm 1 GO Burton, Geo 1 GO Bratcher, G W 1 40 Bogie, D T GO Barnes, Jnme.s 80 Bowman, W M 80 Clark, Iryiue, col 160 Corbin, John P 80 Clark, John 80 Campbell, Jasper t J3" . y ; -' 160 Lowry, Wm 160 Long, Perry 240 Lowry, Jas AV 2 40 Million, B L 140 Million, J 3 ' 480 "Kewby.'Wm 15 60 Pinkston, Jas, col "2 40 Parks, Mat, col- 110 Parks, Albert 40 1'cyton, Wm 110 Rodes, Robt, col 240 Stotts, Brutus 160 Stotts, Willie 140 Short, Clell 80 70 50 40 3 80 80 80, Jenkins, Rufua "V 32 50 SO 00 40 40 James Kelley. Robert Benfro Peter-Whitlo- ck Ml 91 H. ibo 760 85 200 80 40 40 O J Young J A Young tt-i-- 460 900 120 N - judge Jolui Taylor, clerk""" '"""' SO B F Golden, sheriff 40 W P Baxter, judge 40 ASCoyle. judge B Deathernge, 60 OFFICERS, EIiKCTIOX.-(IlEOISTIUTIO.Vv w K T T J " . XI J XlillglH, JUUU "H 2660 nam's office) 42 05 earned (county clerks office) T D CheBault, judgement cir- 2,000 00 cuit court same, interest on same from 320 00 8ept 20, '94 to May '97 112 02 same, cash in suit 282 70 Collins Furniture Co T B Collins, groceries 3175 14 00 C O Cbadwell, supplies Thoa Campbell, work 500 D Chenault k Co, merchant 20 90 Taywr Bros, hardware R" Todd AV;Sate, lumber joauoaery same, additional acct DrTarda Taylor -- 400 63 00 Todd Bros, merchants Tat j's Creek Turnpike co toll S M Turner, road claim 1208 Caperton A'incent, keep pau- 995 660 20 00 per Fayette Vaughn, road claim AUmAVhite Mortimer Walton, road YI ite & Gibson, Merchants J W Wagers, F B Oet '08 Same opening court house Same, FB May '97 keeping-prisoners 900 500 80 38 30 007 40 10G0O 210 05 1,686 00 202 00 DrRB Combs Thos Cain (road duplicate) T J Curtis, (with interest 1 yr) Jerry Chenault, road claim II C Chambers, road claim 32 00 1G0 E W Wiggins, clork C T WolLs, 200 Sanders, Finley Stapp, John "- - Stapp, WB Twine, Juno , - '. . RIGOEKSTAKK ROAD PKFCIXCT. 2 60 Agee, Henry 160 Abner, Penrco ' ......... . Collins, Vince 100 Coates, Burrell 140 Coates.John 80 1 90 1 00 GO Coates, Josoph Deathorago, Achilles 140 Duncan, John Johnson, 11 C W Devoro,HJ . . J Johnson, Cole Harris, Robert Walker, D C Owens, Jas Johnson, W A C M Bullock B FBratcher J W Kindred 70 41 o Duerson, Lewis 280 Elmore, Bobert 10 25 Fish, Will . . . 120 Farris, Joseph . 150 Farris, Abe . . Gordon, Sam . Gordon, Joshua 120 Gates, James 80 Gibbs, Jack . . 00 Hagan, Charles 00 Hunt, Henry . . 50 Hurt, Howard . 90 00 40 40 80 80 40 40 40 3 40 Chandler, Ed Chandler. John Carpenter, DS Creed, Hejiry 200 Dougla,'Owen 80 2 25 1 GO oU oO oU 1 50 oU . 1 00 Douglas, Allen Davis, C M Thos Elkin, Wm Embry, Tom, col Embry, James, col Embry, Philip, col Dargavel, Estill, Jeff Gullie, Allen 40 Goins, Thomas . Goiii8, Beverley WF Kindred H C Kindred JasPigg Bob Wincle "Win Davis W It HHrris .... - . Goins, James . . 140 Ham,"Wm . . . . 400 Ham, H W . . . . . Foster, Allen Foster, Robert GogRins, George BW White B P White Ed Harris T F Vanwiukle W C ICeal 100 Jones. Wm 400 Johnson, Major 120 Jones. . . 1 Hendren,TS. Hngin, James ... . . , Bobert Harris Walter Bhodus John Anderson Jas Peering "W B Harris B S Johnson Maleom Johnson , Alfred Johnson Isaac Johnson Bobert Turpin C B Davidson S B Davidson L Lewis CPigg C Jesse Pigg Wm Anderson Wes Johnson "W E Johnson W F Kindred "W A Johnson Same IIEREA nOAD PRECINCT. Bogers, June . . Robinson, Tom . 170 Bhodns, Will . . 120 Rhode, John . . 40 Rhodes, Albert . 4 00 Shcltou, Andy . . 1 "0 Shelton, Andy . . 00 Shelton, John . . 10 50 Turner, Tim . . . 14 00 M . Turner, - 80 80 80 80 ICO 80 80 80 1 00 80 Moraii, Dave . Maupin, Wm . 120 Maupin, Win, Jr 40 Martin, Abner 2 40 Miller, Wm . . . 80 Miller, Dan . . . 120 N'ewby, W . . . F 120 20 WB. 140 140 155 140 140 120 40 40 140 140 1 40 140 140 80 Prather, Wm Prather, Giles . . Phelps, Sam . . Parkes, Mat . . Parkes, James . . . 140 1 40 . . 140 Hill, Tom Howard, Wilbert . Howard, Alvin . . Hill, John . . . . Hill, Wm Hill, Fount . . . Hill, O James . . Hcndren, Newton Long, Clay . . . . Long, Dan . . . . Long, II D Lnyton, Edgar Laud, Owen Land, B L Land, M Long, Merritt J . Long, J T . . . . .... . . .... . .- .... - Goggins, John 140 Griggs, D C 140 Green, J J 160 Green, Thornton 1 . . 60 OU Headen, H Av Headen, Luther Higg, 160 Hughes, Henry 80 OU Thomas .... ..... -- Hcathroan, Jas . . . ..... Heathman, Charley 80 Hcndren, Shelby 2 00 lleudren, James 140 Hendren, Diqkerson Hendren, Squire 1 40 Hcndren, Root 80 80 Huguely, Dennis 80 Holman, Luther so 160 Alverson, John 160 Bolin, Frank 2 20 Broaddus, E 2 20 Broaddus, John 160 Bronddus, Mitch 1G0 Barnes, Simpson 140 Burris, John KM Brock, Allen UK) Broaddus, Thos 1 GO Boone, Isaiah 1(H) Brown, D SO Brown, 11 K 160 Burris, AD 120 Butner, Wm SO Burgis, Will 210 Blevins, John 40 Baker, Real 320 Brock, John 320 Burgin.CC SO Bowman, Will 160 Buiris, Wm 40 Chaney, John 160 Clark, Frank 100 Coats, Talt 2 50 Cosby, Rico 160 Cosby, John 180 Crumby, S 180 Cutsinger, Wm 1 (X) Duncan, B 220 Davis, Smith 140 Dargaril, Isaac SO Duncan, Jno 1C0 Adams, Arthur sheriff SO E D Ballard, judge 80 W M Harris, judge 80 J R Cornelison, clerk 40 B C Dotts, sheriff SO Harvey Chenault, judge Brutus J Clay, judge Newland Jones, Clerk 2 40 C T Jackson, sheriff 40 Sanford Oldham, jfidgo 80 75 1 GO ' 1G0 -- 170 160 200 70 70 SO . . ''" , -- 30 30 60 80 40 145 130 2 40 65 GCClarh, judge A B Hampton, clerk John W Shearer, Sheriff TM Oldham, judge Josiah Gentry, judge W J Rish, clerk L P McKmney, shertff J L Griggs, judge G T Edwarde, judge John W Grider, clerk W AV Combs, sherifl J W Moores, judge J T Embry, judgo W D Boney, clerk James Denham, sheriff J L Bybeo, judge A S Noland, judSe Same &5 T A Chenault, merchant ' 35 CO Wcgers & O'Neal Oct '08 Cemetery Co, burying paupers Same May '07 Hanna Chenault, caring for Roy C AVhite. comr S. K & M pauper 750 Pike J Tevis Cobb, county atty salery 900 00 same", stationery and gas 36 00 Snn F AVhite C M Cli, FB Oct '08 N B Coy, examining road claims "in vacation Same waiting on supervis'rs . 900 Same FB May '07 same, com on turnpikes 15 00 Same recording sheriffs set 12 00 same, com on work fame coal and stationery same, com Oct last 12 00 Same recording list schoof 36 00 same, day court of claims W M Coyle Courier-Journal (old-roa- 2170 120 450 5100 3 00 169 29 18 00 114(H) 30 00 50 00 foregoing allowances and ap. propriations, and also to collect 8 cents on eacji 100 to pay interest on Madison counties bonds issued to pay subscription to the R, jST. I. & B. R. R. Co., and also cenate ;i sinking fund for same. State of Kentucky, County of Madkon, f SCT' I, John F. White, Clerk of the County Court, do certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the allowances and appropriations made by th Madison County Fiscal Court at its October Term. I.SJm;. and May Term, 1S07. Witness my hand this .Tun.; 10th, 1S07. John F. White, C. M. c. ('. claim) Co, 6 70 Thomas Carpenter (same) B 480 10 Off F Crooke, making map of J D Harris road case (apr, '94) 500 15 00 12 00 Chenault. committee on turnpikes E Dealherage & Co, groceries Jeff Davis, road claim CD W G Duncan "Jas Davis, medical .Vm Dunn, overseer, children Same waiting on c'rl claims Same, entering claims in vacation Same copying and cert'ying class same 5150 60 00 40 00 100 00 12 60 48 00 0 00 12 00 50 00 30 00 12 (") 40 00 7 20 Bv Thos. Thorpe, D. c. Garnett House, Richmond, Kentucky. It is now opn to the paMK GOOD -- Same waiting on court six extra days 240 225 B R AVells, road in vacation Same cointee work c't cl'ms 500 500 Same receiver poor house J D Dykes, merchant team, etc I have taken charge ol Uv j kj)jo !?" 1E1S. 24 60 Same, 12 day court claims " Misner, clerk H C James, sheriff 145 SO B F Crooke. judge 3 70 W H West, judge 30 C F Park, clerk 105 J B Park, sheriff 120 Douglas Young, judge 2 40 F M Hill, judge 2 40 F I Jones, clerk Speed McKcon, sheriff 65 S Bogs. jukge SO J Jno C Miller, judge 160 M E N B Deatheraga, supervisor 6 extra days same, coffees James Dozier, supplies N D Same 4 committees, Oct 15 00 G M Willging, painting 760 Cyrus Waddle, colli ns 250 CLEAN KOOilS AN GRUB." i Hicks Wm Dunn, overseer Jeff Estis, work on road Chas Embry, order county judge 66 75 225 '7 50 24 00 100 00 74 86 18 00 29 25 120 280 2 10 ICO SO SO . Prettitt, John . . Rhodes John . . Uoss, Allen . . . 40 Long, Sidney . . 40 LongfM W . . . . 40 Lonjj, Polly . . . c) Locker, F J oil 40 . . . 140 1 40 40 80 140 1 40 Win .... . . 1 40 40 40 140 1 White, Wm W!iir T!lor White, Sain White, Richard Bennett, Grant Bennett, Caldwell Turner, J B . . 240 Tudor, Shelby . 2 40 2 40 2 20 2 40 2 40 . . 1 r 40 cij Wl Todd,SF Wallace, Gafney Warren. Enoch . Wallace, H L Wallace, Salem . G Moberley, Thos . Moberly, Bobert Moberley, W A . Moberley, R J . . Murphey, Lindsey May, Melvin Masters, Acy Murphy, John . . Murphey, Morris . Masters. Sid . . . Masters, Charley Malaor, Mace . . Prather, Thos . . Hnllen,Thos Harris, Gibbard 160 Hopkins, Geo 80 Holman, B 1 10 Holman, A J, Jr, SO 80 Holma'n, Willis 80 2 40 200 10S00 1 10 ... 110 160 80 100 170 80 Holman, Sidney, overseer Isaacs, Wm Jenwings, Thos Jenkins, Robt, col Jenkins, Willie Kelley, Amos 200 480 4 20 2 10 Foster, Jim Foster, George Forthergill, G W Forthergill, Curt Forthergill, J W Foster, Charley Foster, George Foster, Joe Foster, Elzie Foster, Bolin Hill, George Harvey, Squire Hnrvey, Green "". 185 J C Mason, clerk 160 H C Jones, sheriff G W Bogie, judge 80 L C Gabbard, judge 70 Howard, clerk 70 Jno John Johnson, sheriff 30 Hanson, judge 30 SG W O Anderson, judge 30 W H Robe, lerk 105 J" S Cade, sheriff 160 J C Adams, judge 2 40 Win. West, judge IGO A M Davison, clerk 80 J W Ballard, sheriQ 160 Squire Turner, judge 70 Kinch Tudor, judge 30 30 30 60 90 40 B Jack Freeman & Bro L J Frazee, jail physician E T Fish & Co (2) Greenleaf, J E, committee on turnpikes A R Gibbs, work on road Jeff Golden, coffin J G Galloway, merchant W 360 12 00 Gayhart, James, working on wall F M Green (adm'r old ncct) Heathman & Jenkins, merchants J AV Harris, poor house physician Sam Hodgkins, sheriff clark county fee Hagan & Herndon AVm Hisle, work on road signed to J L Griggs) (as- J Gooch, D C 50 2 25 Diuglas Yonng Ordered that the following pi iations be made : To pay janitor court house Pay for keeping poor at infirmary P.iy rent for 13 voting places Pay jurors quarterly court Insurance public buildings Pay for guarding prisoners To pay for Silver Creek and Barnes Mill turnpike' Pay for public printing Pay jail physicians To pay subscription to Berea and Scaffold Cain Turn Furnished or UnfurmhI Ront 150 inff breezes pass through the ln.u-- the best cistern water in tlw nt a cool refreshing drink. 00 m. M Everything is in irnod om. . 400 130 200 300 250 00 00 00 00 00 and I promise to kvp u ... Open day and night. oSce open to teticm. they are welcome to come in. sit dnwi .r - if they desire, talk. chew, spit .uwl snivlo their heart's content. Come Again And Again And S I- On. .. Come and let me erv. too - D. ru,ht MY MOTTO 1,700 00 etrita i 50 00 Very trniV rvur 134 50 ie,6-j- w l.v t , J. F. STONE, Prop. pike construction 3,250 00 P N. I. B. R, , 05 00 To support poor house beside amount ($300) remaining Time Talilc Xo. 29, Takin Ffle - . 00 in his hands lay. May 2. 700 To support the poor subject 2.1 1st Clas. BOtTND. to order county judge 1,20000 Xo. , Xo j 125 00 Ex San Kx SoEa Hun To build rock wall nearDoyls-vill- e A.M. P.M. to protect the road, 710 M 28 S 57 aU Versailles subject to order of R R NichoVasTiHe 7 38 II 18 13 785 & ':. EA-- T a-j- OO Harvey, Henry F Colton, clerk Kelley, J W P Long, Perry GO 80 Long, James 80 Long, Jas Wiley 80 Long, John 60 80 SO 190 Hill, Newton 60 Haryey, Charley 1 00 Harvey, Jim SO Hill, George SO SO WP Prewitt, sheriff Dejarnett, judge John Murphey, judge C M Lnustnian, clerk Thos J Douglas, sueriff Thos Jones, judge Jl F Sallee, judge J X Hendren, clerk G W Warner, sheriff Ben Tudor, jndge I X Douglas, judge R E Tudor, clerk W II Tudor, sheriff H B Land, judge II D Sanders, judge W T Tudor, clerk W C Blggerstaff, sheriff J R Burnam, County Judge to ex. returns J P Simmons, SMC same John F White, C M C C eam DAMAGES AND FEE BILLS OPENING NEW ROADS S AV Prather, Eliza . . Prather, John . . Robinson, A J . . Roberts, Silas . . Roberts, Emmitt Smith, MW . . . Storms, Win . . Smith, James Sams, dies Nuns, Kuiuk Sams, Wm Lowery, Reuben Howard, N B Herrin, Jim Hill, Less 200 80 3 20 -- Higjinbotham, Smith Patton, Frank Elmore, John Adams, Chas .... . . . . 190 White, Henry 2 40 White, Cain 2 40 Wright, Edmond 145 Powers, John, overseer 00 2 40 2 40 1 J-20 55 2 30 40 40 40 . . . . 16 50 1 Sebastian, Willie Sebastian, M J . Patton, Aaron Maupin, "Win Maupin, Sawney ." 150 Lowery, Nathan 80 GO 80 80 IGO 1 10 Lottery, James H Lowery, Wm Lowery, James W Lowery, Columbus Lowery, F P Lowery, Jas A 2 41) 166 40 1G0 320 G20 2 00 IGO TEV1S ROAD PRECINCT. Leaseen, Wm I)ery, Mack Walker. Spencer Farris. Lewis White, John Ogg, John Moore, Pete Coyle.IW Baujjh, John Burnam, Alex White, Chas Duncan, Chas Burnam,, Alex Burnam, Joel Crigler,Dan 90 2 40 2 00 2 40 Bosley, Geo Bogie, Jas 7 C5 Ball, Joseph 80 Burton, Robert 150 Bellany, John 00 Coy, James 00 Canter, James 1 20 Coy, Collins ". 2 00 1 20 Burton, Geo Burton, Ivy Beasley. John GO SQ SO Land, Thomas 2S0 280 100 400 1G0 2 40 3 20 2 40 1 CO '. . 60 80 1 CO 1 GO 1 GO Turner, Frank Teater, G R . Ogg,EF Bash, Wm Bice, Bobert Chasten, Jas Newton. Dan Cates, "Wm Denny, Levy Denny, George r owler, John 480 Coins, William 90 Hays, William Hays.'lhomas 1 CO Hunter, Irvine 1 00 King, Jeff 1 60 King, 100 Long, Ide 1 Teater, W J Teater, Georso 1 GO Teater, James 9 40 Taylor, Alford 1 GO Taylor, James 2 00 Taylor, Woodson so Vincent, Caperton 1 60 Warner, B D 80 1 GO ...... "Warren, Thomas 70 60 ouiiy,urnr G 1 GO Wylie, Asford 1 go Warner, James ico Wylio.GT 1 60 Warren, Perry 1 60 Warren, Simpson 1 GO 1 Million, Tom (col) 80 Million, Sim (col) 80 Million, Talt (col) 190 Moore, Robert (col) 1 40 Million, Jas P 1 40 Million, BL l 90 March, J B GO Million, George l 40 Million, Lyman 80 Million, John B 80 Million, T J 1 40 Million, A J 90 Million, Green (col) 3 10 Newby, Green 1 10 Newby, W B 190 Newby, Wm 1G0 Newby, Owen 2 40 Newby, Talton Jr Newby, Marion (col) GO Newby, T E GO 140 Perkins, T M 1 60 Perkins, Columbus Peyton, O B 2 00 Pearson, James 80 Peyton, Wm 80 80 1 10 120 SCO Hibcrt, Jeff Harvey, Phil Isbell, Irvine Lsbell, Wm Johns, S C Jones, J II Jones, Tom Jenkins, Tom Kelley, Talt Kelley, Ed Kanatzar, J T Kanatzar, Wm Kanatzar, Herrman Kelley, Wm Kelley, Jesse 105 65 30 7G0 2 40 135 200 3 20 80 205 60 40 40 Higginbotbam James M Hendren, merchant M M Hnrber, coal W T Htiuly, horse and wagon W H Hogan, road (duplicate) John Jones Jr,cofllns, etc D A Jones, (assigned to AV S Hunly) Shelby Jett, work on road Stafford Jones, repairs on court house Dr J N Johnson (old claim) Barney Kelley, merchant C L Kanatzer, support pauper T H Karr, merchant Lackey Bros, supplies M Lackey & Co, supplies same, additional M Lackey fe Co additional S H Cain commmittee work court claims same committee land claim AVm r.x turnpike II IS um .Moberlev UK . 15 To buy Barbour's digest sub17 70 11 39 12 S ject to order Co Judge 28 00 Panola t r. 26 75 Irvine 3 18 300 To paint roof and cupola of orcourt houe, subject to Na. 2 :Cs. t So 160 der committee vJ00 WET BOCfD. Ex 3 Si ISbb Ex Hun 10 20 To pay water & light tax A.M. P.M. 60000 Irrine ia Panola 49 00 The allowances, etc., 27,71S 00 i Brassfield S8 4K 9,050 00 150 Pikes, Moberley 2 It 480 p. m. Bra.--.ae- id 12 00 Wells Pay for Mill Orove & Kirks-vill- e Valler 25 00 Million View Richmond. 200 00 Union 11 25 11 M II 60 M 11 S8 ft 8 J 13 II U at t I SO ! V F. M 2 15 10 00 58 55 $30,768 00 200 38-5- 0 250 7 20 3G0 The Sheriff is directed to collect $1.50 on each title and 9i cents on each $100 worth of property as shown by the Assessors Books, and pay the Union Richmond. Millioa Valley View Nicholasville Versailles 9 a) 2 17 295 468 4 1 ! ' P M P H. AH trains connect with Ln'insTt.It-trams to and from Louis ll 1 T AH trains oonnrct with to and from ( innnati ( .. M. ;k 4 48 53 V Kin h J W II. ADAM'S snpc-- - 710 12 00 Kelley, App 130 Kelley, Reeco 1G0 Kelley, Granvillo " -- Kanatzar. Jesse Kelley, George 700 Kelley, Jim 600 Kidwoll, Towns 110 Lowery, Wm 320 Lowery, Green 320 Lowery, J W 2 40 Masters, Woodson 1 20 MuUcy, Nowton, 600 Masters, J W & Co 120 Million, J T 40 Million, Human 2100 Motley, John 320 Motley, David 280 Scott, Monday 290 Monday, Richard 280 Newby, John 40 40 Newby, Wilson 160 160 J. D. HARRIS, ETC., ROA1) 130 115 J D Harris, damages 210 T D Chenault 260 G G Mason 80 Jas Bennett, com 80 John Powers, com 140 S Parrish, com and suveyor 195 Elmer Parrish, ch'm 600 June, 3enna, ch'm 7 70 Lyman, Parrish, wagon 1 CASE. 1,404 00 662 20 102 00 25 S Parrish, witness GF.OKGE 150 160 800 100 100 150 100 160 Elkin, Lance White, Thos Elkin, Ed Buruell. Jasper Jackson, Wm Miller, Mose Walker, Sinclair Golloway, F G Galloway, James Hipginbotham. Wm Eden,Sam Brenham, Thos Stephens, Allen . Bowland, Hiram Clift, CM Blythe. Chas go 1 GO ... .- Bowland, G Hule t W . . Vin .3 Carter, Joe White, George Denney, Alonio Weaver. Abraham Ki-"b.- Prewitt, John D Prewitt, Mote 2 GO Potts, HC 2 20 Prather, George 12 30 - C 90 Prewitt, H D 2 40 Prewitt. John W 2 20 Boss, John S 20 Ross, George (col) 3'20 Ross, Joseph 2 40 Ross, John (Strat) 4 40 Sanders, Allen 3 00 Sebastin, Asley 3 00 2 40 Morefield, Thomas 1 Million, Thos (col) 13 00 Maloyer, Olie goo Mobley, James 4 80 GO 1 30 2 40 1 60 Ion,JS Morton Long, Morris D 1 go 1 GO Wylie, Wm "Whitaker, Duff Warren, George White. Ed. Ward, Calvin 130 YOUNG, ETC, 9 00 in vacation same 12 days court claims 36 00 12 00 Same 4 committees Oct T F Lawson clothing & c 6 85 K Moberley supplies mort Keene & c B L Middleton C40 same additional 950 Middleton & Fry (chas master) 250 H K Middleton (ham) 450 D H Myers lumber 32 07 SLMidkiff smithing- 4135 McKenney colli! n 200 Ham Mellon 280 John P Morton & Co 'Books -- AT Popular Store Business is carried upon Strictly Cash Basis to all alike and this fair and square guarantee goes with every sale. If am purchase fails to please after yon have it home bring it back and your monej' will be refunded without question it argument. ..." ico Whitaker, Belus l CO 1 GO 1 GO 1 GO 1 GO 4 GO 75 1 GO 1 GO 1 GO l GO 1 GO 1 20 1 20 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 60 GO Dig aruncutt, Dave . . r. ! M ;, Ben Sid . . . 2 00 520 . . 1000 7 05 2 80 T, . . . . 200 600 Tevis, Win 4 00 Schooler, J S. . , Short. Dave Snider, John Turner, Cyrus Turner, Thos Tevis. Bobert J'evis, walker l Whitaker, Sherman Whitaker, Thomas Whitaker, Bud Whitaker, W Wylie, Henry Warner, G Wr (2) overseers Goins, James Agee, Charley. Burton, Abe Burton, Bob Calico, Ambrose Calico, James Calico, WM Hall, George May, Calvin . . . .T . . . May, James ". . ...... 80 Marion, Yates, fencing 160 B F Crooke, damage 160 Collins, Yates, damage 80 George Young, damage SO 1894 --" Parks, Albert Win 80 Prewitt, 80 Prewitt, Nathan 55 00 Piknkston, Ben (col) Potts, T J , 80 Beynolds, Heugh 80 80 Richardson, AC Bodes, Robt "col" 80 80 Roberts, Brutus 80 Roberts, Richard Charley 80 Roberts, Jloberts, Luther 80 80 Roberts, John Roberts, Allen 80 -- -- 160 Nowby, J W 120 Newby, Wm 350 Newby, Wilcox 480 Perkins, Calvin 200 Perkins, Elzie 70 1G0 Newby, Elzie 190 Newby, Marion 80 Newby, Jesse 80 160 S Parrish, com and surveyor 240 Speed McKeon, com 80 Less Reeves, ch'm (sold to I 1 J AV Stivers same election supples 1893 15 00 Dr AV U Martin 815 D H Myers lumber 04 05 2510 Mrs A T Million salary Same school books for poor 10 00 children 150 100 100 G B 12 87 4 12 846 00 67 00 00 CO 10 80 B Parrish) SO F Crooke, ch'm JOHN AND NANCY BCKTON. same additionally salary Million examiningclaims in vacation Same committee work court 100 00 317 25 HONEST QUALITIES, LAEGE ASSOETMENTS and LOWEST PEICES Are looked after by the old reliable, who now deals in Wearing Apparel for males only. 9 00 12 00 33 00 12 00 200 B 10 40 IGO 3 2a Iff) Perkins, Perkins, 120 Perkins, 80 Perkins, 120 Perkins, 160 Perkins, 2 40 Bryant Bolin Squire 120 R A Whitaker, ch'm J M Cotton, com F Crooke, com & surveyor claims 500 same 11 days court claims 160 same 4 committee oct 100 Levi Metcalf exatn'g claims Brock T . . Sam 00 Tudor, James 780 May, 2 40 2 00 2 00 1 go 1 GO 160 May, Talt May, Irvine GO 80 SO SO Stocker, Moses IGO Perkins", George FJ J Jr . . . . . . 1G0 Murphy, J.ewis ..y. Rube Martin, Wm Willis.Steve K. Turner, SM Duncan, J M Maden, John 5 70 Taylor, William 2 50 Whitlock, William 3 50 Wells, William 2 30 3 30 1 10 1 10 2 10 ..... ... . -- 1 60 1 60 SO Vanwinkle, W N Gabbard. DC Gabbard, W J Gabbard, L C Haley, Die Williams, Silas L Taylor, Thos Hester, Eugene Burnam, Bobt Anderson, Chas J Anderson, JE Best, Schuyler Best, Perry Glenn, John Ogg, Thos Goodloe, Geo 2 50 Terry, John Warmoth', Wolford Warren, Brutus Williams, Al lie Warren, Jesse, col Tevis, BF ORUTCnER Winkler, Charles Warren, John Ward, James Ward, Allen Warner, T M Winburn, Terry Warner, G W (2) Adams, W G ....... ........ . 200 80 80 80 SO SO Stotts, Brutus Stotts, Wm Stapp, Wm Smith, T J 160 Perkins, Fount Perkins, W A 2 00 80 10 00 40 Sallee, John Jr Smith, John col Sebastian, Lew U col Sebastian, Robert col Sjweis, Stant Turner, Irvine col Turner, Tom col 200 Perkins, Marshall 160 Roberts, Lyman 390 Beynolds, B " R. W. HILL, ETC Mrs. Marion Yates, damages 1C0 B F Crooke, surveyor, etc 15 00 Speed McKeon, com 240 Ruben Hill, com 2 40 Wm Hill, ch'm 2 40 Scott, Hill, ch'm 240 JOHN A. JACKSON, .ETC 80 30 30 65 2 40 2 40 2 00 65 in vacation15 00 - 9 00 12 00 80 80 40 .SO 80 SO 1 GO Alston, Henry Agee, Forest . Taylor, Speed Teater, Wm r 4fl Allen 80 Tudor, 2 40 2 40 Rogers, George Beynolds, Bobert Benfro, Robert Hughes, J M Perkins, T G Ronfro, Will Ronfro,Boge -- 110 4 10 3 00 3 40 2 80 KOAD FItEClNCT. ". 400 120 120 2 40 2 30 Agee, Win Agee, Chas Baker, George Bennett, Alfred Cooper, William Campbell, Major Curry, Mart rutcher, Steve . . l GQ Collins, Nat 26 00 Calico, W M 125 Chandler, Bob Dennis, George Dawson, Collis igo Davis, Joseph 160 Easters, Jeff 160 Gil!. Willis . . Hill, Bill Long, Clay Long, B D MoberleyfAllen Moborley, J P Moberley, S B Moberley, D J Naylor, John . . . ....... . . . . . l 60 Ham, Jim 1 GO l GO . igo 160 160 SO 150 Tudor, Ben 40 Turner, W J Absolum 40 Tudor, Tudor, Squire 40 40 Turner, Jack col Taylor, Dud Sr col v 40 Taylor, Dud Jr col 1 00 Taylor, Lyman 40 40 Turner, Jim col Cash col 40 Turner, Twine, Wm col 40 Tudor, Lawrence Tudor, John H Taylor Bros (nails) ' .40 ' 30 30 400 Roberts, Charley 460 Roberts, Sid 2 40 Renfro, Sant 320 Stocker, Aaron - - 145 130 80 105 2 40 " Shifllott,AVm Shearer, L O Sowers, W S 120 Sowers. Robert 120 Shifllett, 80 Short, Clell 40 Stocker, Isaac 3 20 2 40 2 40 80 Stocker, H 160 160 9 in 165 65 30 30 same 12 day court claims 36 00 150 same 4 committee oct 12 00 150 100 E C Million examiningclaims 100 9 00 iu vacation same committee onturnnikos 12 00 same rent school house to B F Crooke, com & surveyor 600 hold court 3 00 AV C Walket, com 160 same com'ttee to buy turn R E Baugh, com 160 pikes 12 00 MISCELI.ANEOUS ALLOWAJT CES. same 11 days court o claims 3300 A Adams, clerk court of apsame 4 committees oct 12 00 peals, F B 360 John AV Masters supplies 1125 D P Armer, clock ddctor 60 00 Noland Bros (merchants) 500 same, committee work 12 00 AV D Oldham 109 60 same, 12 days court 36 00 J C Oldham (overseer & team 207 75 same, 4 committee act last 12 00 24 00 I B Oldham medical . . same, electing county judge E H & C H Pigg merchant 850 from may 10 to June 17, '06 50 00 M II Pigg sheriff Be3istration James R Burnam, county ju 3ge (1895) 200 ex. election returns 6 00 W AV Pigg tale 195 same, stationery, coal, etc 50 00 Dr AV K Price 25 00 same, salery 1,000 00 16 OC Dr G G Perry Mrs Lou Burnam settling vtith B F Powell road 80 - 1000 same committee Avork court claims CLOTHING, SHOES J F'urnishings, 1ZT Men and Hats KK Boys, Every article we sell is a Bargain and we have a large lit Q them. Here are a few; see the figures for guaranteed g otl ..So.OO, SG.OO, .7..x Suits, Men's well made ;.ih S4.50," $5.00. Young Men's Suits, Splendid Knee Pants Suits, $1.00, $1.5, ?2.t" '. . .25c. 40c. 50t.' Seperate Knee Pants, Shoes, Men's $1.25v $1.50, $ll75. $iW Straw Hats, 25e, 35c. 50e. Crush Hats, 50c. All Fur Hats, 9Sc. Latest Style Derbies, $1.25, $2.00. Fancy Colored Shirts, 48c, 75c, $1.00. Balbrigan Undershirts, 25c, 50c All-wool All-wo- ol - All-Leathe- r school com same, settling sheriff and poor 20 00 185 65 65 25 65 120 Sanders, Frank SO 'annady, Harrison . . Tudor, 40 WH Gabbard, F B Jas . . .. Miller, Smith Vaugh, DC Fowler, Jas . . . . Walker, Irve ' . Tatum, JW Gentry, Simps, Jr . Blythe, C H .TTudbon, 2 20 Curry,, Tom 2 40 Doty, William ' .... .. -- l Moore, Chas Moore,"Stonewall .... -- 220 Ely, Dave ; , . . . 160 Emby, Cull . . . . .J . .... . . . 160 Edgoton, Chas . . . 160 Goodlot, H R . . . X . . ISO HalLBud . . . ., . 300 HollinsworthvBartbn . . . . . 160 Hockady, French . . , 160 160 1 go X 5 - - 30 TadorJaBD ' ' 1 it-s 140 powers, J L 2 80 Tudor, Wm 160 Taylor, Less 160 Taylor, Mitt , 88 80 SO Sanders, Cyrus 1 ...,,.?.". v 60 SO SO 80 Xawson, Hpryft . UtlB - . . XWfitftpi- ':wt;re 3 Bourn u. C i . Joe. . . . i . . . .80 Hughes, J H Haynes, Irvine . Isaacs, Silas . . . King, Win La wson, James . Long. Sam . . 2 70, .Lin.h, Tin 160 Xamb, Curraa .. ., 24 Miller, John . .r. Mulliken, Bobt . .Murph.vohn t. . . . 170 . 160 ., '.80 . 3 75 900 . . . . 160 Roberts, Emmett go Reynolds, Willie h, Prather, Elijah Prather, John Prather, Thoa . Prewitt, W S Bay, J P 40 40 ' 40 40 Warren, Rubin Whitaker, H C Walker, Lew is col ' J' - lfO Whftlock, Pett Witt,;W 80 Whitaker, Jim Whitlock, J V -- 200 100 145 160 160 00 t - .... ... e . ... Snider, Forest-Smit160 Bennie 2 40 1G0 ' . SO Sanders, Clayton 160 Tudor, James ,, - 80 "Young, Chas 40 Brumagen, ThoH 1 40 Baker, Merritt Whitaker, Fountain White, Robert 140 46 Wells, A H 100 Walker, Auvelina 200 .Young, John It 1 70 G5 Woods,John, Wootis, Wm Wnrol, Herman ;40 3 20 ISO 2 40 ' - " ' r Jp-i" j . . . 360 100. ;iv6o Teater, Bobert H 160 Vincent, Capo WllB,-Alber- 100 Brink, James 40 40 Collineince Jr t .im HaiMiilBiJlit Jiartte,' (i :v T- - ai r. , Jieo s. .H Wbeler, Emrhettv Y'arrei,,JoIm n wiob, 4 Davfc; O M Douglas, Owen . 80 "40 "Embry KDock col ! 100 Woodsonr-Tal- t 320 Whitaker, Henceley, ,2 70 Goins, Cyrns" 60 Goins, Bobert 60 Goins, Albert ' 40 Million, J T 'f 60 3Jnsiby,JW , . s Broaddus, Joe ,r NewbyJ Wm -- 110 120 170 6 80 &ii - 180 ' 80 80 40 jwi vj i, r ..40 .Gree, JobR J eI 40 GMu,.Ti6rBlon col t- - .IsbeU; Irvine, -- , - - - , 800 A T- -- ir.iiK Youjig, w house receiver 4000 RTaph 5 00 J M Broaddus conveying prisLyman Parrish conveying S ' oners 1800 & K & M pike 5 00 Dr J G Bosley medical 1000 C M Boberts, keeper poor George Baber con pauper ' 200 house 250 00 Buchanan & Biggerstaff, coffiis 7410 Mrs C M Boberts, matron same 75 00 Dr O FBrown, medical 10 00 Richmond, Otter Creek & ' Fred Burton, coffin 400 Boonesboro turnpiko 4 30 t Burgin & Million, merchant 950 Richmond Plumbing Co 6 25 J J Branaman, merchant' 1000 J M Biffe, plumbing 2200 same, additional 500 John Robinson supplies, N MG Brown, FB 60 40 , - - 500 Bush same, additional 1240 J M. Riffe, plumbing las 00 Bradley Gilbert Co, elecl Richmond Produce Co 338 70 supplies 10800 R R Robinson 22 50 L R Blanton, coal scot 67 40 !.- Same, additional 7 eo G B'Baxter, keepinzJMrs SIviw L , 5000 Thos Stagnerv wood, for pan- - -on tax col lie J W Balest-com'450 ed.from.RNT&BBRf - 3311 H 3 Pre merchant . Strong, 836 G W Ballew, coai'r S.& LM .; H D Settle, nwrchaAt , 3 56 puce 300 J B StoaffecTmerebiwt , 1048 fr&Coylej,bnlPg Ber W&WC"V ,, Shackelford Gatry merek-fe- a. p vptiBgpJace . 4 00 , , THK t t "saraeexaffiiBiBg retheJ! -SXSearey.iBerelMMit; . 4 .,2i'8e P. ." MA ;ia"vtk .li"3 ' t A 11 Swttft, raerchaar: I I Pantograph printing Co MIssMargarett Parrish stencv- 3 75 - These are only a few of our way dowii prices. Come in and tell us what you think of these way down prices and the guarantee we give you. . ' rWewant your opinion of the policy we have firmly established. .- ' r r t- ... f - Ifonrs For Satisfaction, - j areeooai - 'tnpiliw j- j s" ; MOO l),WHWiiMg:;-"'-.. ' r HiMlllllWPIMIIMII r i 1 , .40 rm iallUmMLaiWrr r t j1 . : - t - if, . 49...1 11 ?i n.vv imrmm-" wnikL. ! v. ll 1100 . j i- smoos, kBA BJMtt'lMuiar ru -- .v ' ., - ii. VtH7L.rZ.mib Sr iHnx -t " i tavluIfUl.'ll c &.vrm w "TTr""" an aakKd 9 Mmi mb w Tin SfcMT, TV PiraiAir t ' TW iatttr. jmt Fn 'I m IWlilMiid MJIM'MIIBB W MIIWIl liHTgmiMTnMinMMWiagnrinfflr rMMrMnmiBniMlhlB MWMIWHH MMMM WIIMiMI MM ! MWB iMMIWliM II BIW imi fbllMlMWIITMlllBU ill HJMIIil 1 111 Ml r? 1 SSi z-.':.-ft?- ;:W-W'WAXT-ED.-U- y -- M 4 students, "work on a farm or elseThe committee appointed by tho where during the summer. Faithful fiscal court to buy or lease all tho WEDNESDAY, JUKE 23, - - 1897. and experienced workers good rec- pikes in the county, will meet June ommendations. 30, 1897, at tho office of J. Tevis Cobb. For particulars, address It P. P. Abmeb, Ch'in. Rev. Geo. O. Barnes is iu Danville. CiiAY IIeebick, Sec'y. Prof. Clark in The Race. Beroa, Ky. TJeantiful Stationery cheap. Clakk Prof. J. D. Clark, a proprietor of the & Douglas. Down the River! The Richmond Climax. t" r r ' . - t Turnpike Netiee.' T I ",'.'" ' ' '" 1 k Ctrl (VfWI -- Mr. W L Arnold, of Covington, Arnold & Bro., is a candidate for Councilman from the University Ward, BUbjcct to the action of the Democratic primary, July 15. It is our pleasure to commend Mr. Arnold to tho citizens of Richmond, page. irrespective of party, as worthy of their Matinee Races. suffrage should he he nominated for the Jeptha Chenaulthas ordered from On Friday, July 25, beginning at 12 up-t- o dnto buggy o'clock, in., thcro will be given flyo place, and it is probable he will be. His John Donelson an hnsiness sagacity and stainless reputawith rubber tires. matinee races atthc Fair Ground raco tion as a private citizen render him Rev. Go to Clark A Douglas and getafiee track, each race having five or six en material for a "City Dad," and lyn. Archibald McCullagh, of BrookTho members of tho class will treatise on Hog Cholera and its cure. tries. It will be an interesting event he will make the race with no apologies deliver orations. to sport-lovin- g people. Everybody for his past The best thing out. career and guarantees for tho invited free of charge. A feature of the occas'on will be a Ilest to take alter dinner; future. The Government Building is comfalrof home-mad- e articles. The grad- preent distress, aid digesChristian Missionary Convention. tion, cure constipation. plete. The grading and remodeling of A Bit Of Richmond Bank History. uating classes includo nineteen per lurel j vegetable ; do not crlpe the btcps alone remain to he done. The above convention meets y at or catue pain. Sold by Ml druggist. conta. The Harrodsburg sayings says: sons, as follows: College Deptmt. Prepared only bj&L Hood 4 Co Lowell, Una. A big trade at Donelson's last the Broadway church, Louisville, and "When Rev. J. F. Williams, of HarGeo. W. Auten. Carl W. Hempstead week with Gentry looking up the continues through tomorrow evening, rodsburg, was here the other day, he and Wnltcr S. Bliss, of Ohio; J. T. When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, juuelG tf customers. when, at 2:40 p. in., Rev. Wm. Ross showed the watch he is wearing, Baker, T. L. Routt, G. candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. P. Russell, E. may5 lyr Pair ol spectacles found. Call at Lloyd, of thiscity, will speak of the "Re- which is about 100 years old. His W.Todd, T. G. Pasoo, R. B. "Woodthis office, identify glasses, pay 25 cents, lation and Duty to State Missions," and great uncle, Col. Wm. Williams, wore ford, Edith M. FairchUd and Mary G. Two men arrested for robbing a gate"Of the Elders and Deacons." it through tho smoke of battlo In the Pasco, of Ky.; T. S. Correll and C. keeper in Fayette county assert their and the specs are yours. war of 1812, then gave it to relative, W. Gould, of Ills., and J. B. White-hil- l, innocence. A Tailor Assaulted. Quarterly meeting was held at nt to-da- Circle excursions to High Bridge and Jesse Cobb will leach the AYaco down the Kentucky River will be run public school. Matinee trots at the Fair Grounds from Frankfort, Georgetown, Lexington, Nicholasville, &c, June 2Cth, Sl.00 Saturday evening. from Nicholasville. Ask agents- - for Rainbow mixed paint guaranteed. particulars. Clakk & Douglas. W. C. RlNEARSON, General Passenger Agent, Cin'ti., 0. Two or mere columns of local reading on the first page D. R. Tevis Announced. Mr. D. R. Tevis is making a fine race See local ad. of Mies Teuipic for Councilman from the Court House millinery at cost for cash. precinct. Ilia youth is in no wise a disJIre. Ann Gnnstead lost four cattle ability, as he is chock full of business, and a mule by lightning at College Hill. is a good citizen, and is an unwavering Laws passed by the lato unlamenteJ Democrat. lfWasks your support at the Legislature will be found on our first primary July 15. to-da- y. Old-liaui's Richmond Drug Co., is said to be for the Principalship of Caldwell High School. "Without disparaging the other applicants wo wonld not regret it if Prof. Clark were chosen. He is fully competent to nil tho place as an educa tor, and to this may be added those traits which endeRr him to the pupils, begetting a respect and affection which win first the heart and then the mind. anjap-plica- nt For Councilman. was n novel sight'ou Saturday The fi3ral court leased the turnevenlngtwhen the band gave its con- pikes of this county until December cert, to find among the score of musi- 1 at a sum cqnal to tho net toll colcians a tiny little girl standing beside lected for the same time last year, Prof. Mitchell and with him leading amounting to about $5,000. The deal the music on a cornet. Her eyes are will save tho county $30,000, as as black as night, her cheeks are guards at tho gates would havo cost cream and crimson, her smllo nngellc flint much moro for the time. The and the music from her lips as sweet roads nro kept in repair Jy the counas liquid silver flowing over gates of ty. pearl. Her name is Miss OUie PIgg, The Harrodsburg Sayings adds: aged 10 years. "Our people should consider this avenue out of our troubles In this counCommeneemenl Da; at Berea College. Bcrea College Is in the midst of Its ty. "With guards at only six or eight commencement exercises for this gates, we arc now heaping a debt of year. The anniversary of the litera- abotit $1,500 on oUr sholilddrs every ry societies occurs on Friday and tho month. This stlin compounded for class day exercises by tho senior class six months ought to bo more than enough to lease the roads and keep were given on the dhy before. The Baccalatlteate senhon was them in repair. It will be infinitely preached in tho college chapel on better for us to spend $8,000 or $10,000 SUndav, the 20th, by Rev. C. W. Car- after the above plan- than to squander $75,000 or $100,000 on fellews who roll, of Cleveland, Ohio. Last nightthe address before the guard worthless property. Tho roads literary socioties was delivered by would be kppt upland tho public he as it is now the Uev. J. a. R. Rogers, of Hartford, much guards ill ho the only beneficiaries Conn. Lt our fiscal court act. Wednesday. June 23 is commencement day. The address will be by It IV' ..-,.- ,. M ,, Lancaster Selves a Problem of Pikes. 1 r THE GREAT MID-SPRI- NG CLEARAN 1 J SALE AT THE J j y Busy Bee Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. torei Hood's PIHs ProvidenceSaturday and Sunday by Dr. W. F. Vaughn, presiding elder. Ifev. Sam Crutcher, of Missouri, will assist Rev. L. H. Reynolds in a protracted meeting at Flatwoods in August. Have you seen that handsome buggy with rubber tires that It. L. Uentry sold Lyman Parrish to use in his livery business? junelG tf Jons Doxelsox. Commander A. J. Tharpe, of "Winston, has secured a low rate to the national encampment atBuifalo. Address him for particulars. If you wish to be strictly in it, have rubber tires on your buggy and ru'ilxr shoes on your horse. Nothing like it. It. I. Gentry has his shoulder to the wheel at Donelson's Carriage Works and you can bet that the junelG tf wheels are turning. Money due jurors for past service is now ready for payment, and can be had by calling on Circuit Clerk Thorpe. Henry Murry, employed by Qhas. Jacob, the tailor, was knocked down and badly beaten on 1st and Irvine on Sunday night. No clue to the assailants. Dr. Frazeo dressecf the h gash over his left eye, and two-inc- ho Is Improving. For the Council. John Williams, who gave it to his son, M. J. Williams, and. ho to his son, Rev. J. F. Williams. Ccl. Wm. Williams was the first cashier of tho first bank (the Commonwealth National Bank) ever started at Richmond, Ky., many long years ago." Regular Press Association. Our friend, K. Lee Davis, the hnstling A semi-week- of N. Y. Normal Dop'mt Anna Got many business houses in these UniHayes and Mary Baker, ofKy. ted States can boast of fifty years' standMusic Dep'mt Daisy E. Pomeroy and ing. The business of Dr. J.C. Ayor A Co., Grrce Lawrence, of Ohio, and Mary B. bej'ond recognition. Never in the histor- - of this grand old ch.y has Iter sons and daughters had the oppors stylish, seasonable goods at prices that are being tunity offered them lo buy real named on them in this Great Clearance Sale. One Lot of Beautiful Wash Goods "Guimpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at Gc; former price 10c per yd., about 500 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful "White Ground Dimities with pink, black and blue polka dots will be closed at 5c, former price 10c per yd., 300 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful Rosemary Organdy Dress Goods former price 15c per yd. will be closed at about COO yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et ISToif "Wash Goods in new red ground with polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth 18c. One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as prett' as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be closed at 12ic a these goods were sold at 10c a yd. first-clas7-e- As Usual not a single piece of goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and down to the smallest notion we carry, that has not felt the Keene Edge of our Knife. Prices have been cut so deep on some lines of goods that former prices are entirel sk 'SIP I Is Vi ' It'.l L. . , & M ., j-d- All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. when in stock. Gov. .McCreary, while in Washington' arranged to have a striking apparatus attached to the Government BuildThe "little boys' " baseball nine ing. To make it complete, we suggest came down from Richmond Monday, that the dial be illuminated at night. and were defeated by the Cmcaster Just as the curtain fell at the kids, 43 to 21. The little fellows played close of last week's business R. L. an earnest game, which was enjoyed Gentry brought in an order for three by big crowd. They behaved like a road wagons. John Doxelsox. gentlemen, and everything passed off junelG tf smoothly. The Lancaster urchins Mr. J. J. Dykes, formerly our Secgoto Richmond tomorond street groceryman, has accepted will probably row to play the return game. Lana position with E. Deatherage & Co., on Main street, where he will be glad caster Record. REPORT. to have his friends call on him. v Undoubtedly the cheapest house in Central Kentucky is D. Chcnaull & Co., on 2d St., Richmond, Ky. They handle only standard goods and sell them for loss than bo called cheap houses charge for D. Chenault & Co. tradiv stulf. gro-c-rapr-23-t- f associate editor of the Register, does not confine his energy to publishing a ly but contributes to such journals as the New York Sun and Journal, Philadelphia Inquirer, Chicago Chronicle, Louisville St Louis Post, and other papers. He is getting rich by the sweat of his pencil and will only be satisfied when Richmond has a dully paper of her own and he is its proprietor. In which ambition we join Banks Refuse to Pay. Auditor Stone has received notice with the hope that Richmond may either from thebauks that, pending the decis- expand to a daily or that the law of surion of the tax question by the Fedeial vival of the fittest may attack the presCourts, they will not this year, as usual, ent conditions and for a dead certainty pay 75 cents tax, which they have been the Climax will be among the survivors paying about July 1 each year, and wl ich if present prosperity and prospects enamounts to about $275,000. More than dure. This sounds like ono for Davis half of this usually goes to the school and two for Climax. Saw the Youth Drown. fund, and its loss will materially reduce the per capita. Mr. X. B. Deatherago informs us That's the Way To Behave Among Strangers. that he witnessed the tragic death of Globe-Democrat, The appearance of Mr. G. W. Pick-el- s in the race for councilman will bo greeted with pleasure by the friends of that excellent gentleman. His business capacity, integrity and close identification with the best interests l of the city, give him instant importance as a candidate, and his election would give to our city an able, honest, upright olllclal. Leo Gober, a former student of Cen- tral University,at Frankfort Saturday Last week, a banner week at Jno. Donelson's carriage works. II. L. Gentry closed the business of the week by selling on Saturday two lioine-mad- o surries and one phaeton. Come, get our prices on all kinds of groceries, queenswarc, etc., and compar them with the prices of other good? and you w ill stores on first-clafind us to le at least 15 to 25 per cent, cheaper than any grocery house in ss Richmond. apr2S-t- f I). Chenault fc Co. J. H. Dillingham, of Platte City, Mo., bought last week from Dr. Xorthcutt the fine combined stallion, Martelle. Trice paid, $400. This noted stallion will be shipped to Missouri this week. The "Woodford county wheatgrow-er- s have issued a call for a state conven- tion of wheatgrowers to pledge themselves to withold from the market for days their present crop, and to fix a price below which none shall ecII. It is purely in self defense. If you want to be astonished call as we did on S. L. MidkifTand examine his line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and road wagons and get his prices for same. Tlie poorest can afford to ride in a vehicle ,, tf st his prices. W. F. Powers serves notice elsewhere that he has been appointed True-le- e of the Richmond Drug Company, and that all accounts owing to the firm must he settled immediately. Don't it will save trouble. de-la- vas y. The new mill of tho Lawrenceburg work, such as bridges, culverts, etc., we Among the excursionists on tho Holler Mills Company has been comwould think that a man of Mr. Tnspin's qualifications would be especially equip- special train to the Nashville expo- pleted. sition, which left hero Monday, wore ped tor the position at this time. AT 70UE 20X2 Dr. W. U. Martin and Miss Miranda Good Shot. last. Ho and his companions dressed in bathing suits, weredlving from the top of a small boat house near the bridge. Young Gober jumped off and one of his companions followed him so quickly that his feet struck Gobor on tho neck and head, sinking him, and he never came to the surface again. It is supposed he was so stunned hi the blow that he lost conscioas-nes- s or else his neck was broken. Ho was 18 years old and a son of Dr. E. Ueport of work done by D. G. M. Gober, of Frankfort. Combs in the counties of Jackson, Daily Occurrence at Lancaster. Madison and Estill iu the mouth of The Record will venture the asserMay, 1807: tion that no town on the! globe can Days in tbe Field . . Sermons Preached kick up more fuss'or make afgreatcr . Baptized f o over twelve o'clock, noon, than . . Reclaimed does Lancaster. The big town clock .. By Letter or Statement sounds like a cannon, while some Churches Aided ... Officers Appointed dozen bells are rung violently, two . . -- . Officers Meeting mill whistles are turned loose and for JC' Cash for Self. fifteen or twenty minutes enough Mr. Vaughn for Legislature. racket is kept up to waken tho dead. Last week's Snout Spring Times calls Not long since a drummer, startled by on Mr. V. I. Vaughn to make the lace tho terrible racket, inquired the for legiblaturc on the Democratic ticket cause. On being told, ho replied, in their district, composed of Estill and 'Well, you people certainly do not Powell counties, Mr. Vaughn is at pres-c- have 12 o'clock here very often, judgCounty Clerk of Estill county, in ing from the manner in which you which capacity at the expiration of this celebrate its arrival." Lancaster term he will have served twelve years. Record. In the county race four years ago, with Strayed or Stolen. the exception of our magistrate, Mr. On last Sunday at Flat Woods church Vaughn was the only Democrat elected dog either strayed off cr was on the ticket, and should he decide to 3 black rat stolen. If stolen we request the thief to make the race for the Legislature, the dog and call him by his nomination will he given him and his be kind to the name, Ficnch. Tbe dog is proud of his election assured. came. Don't add Tip to the nnms as we For Magistrate. promised the donor of the dog when a In this issue of The Climax will he pup not to call him Tip. If the dog has found the announcement of N. B. Tur-pi- n strayed to the home of any citizen in for Magistrate for the Richmond dis- that part of the county, he would confer trict, Mr. Turpin has been a member of great pleasure on its owner by leaving the city council for a number of years, information at this office, The dog is and is regarded as a safe, conservative near fifteen inches high and jet black, Mr. Tur-yi- n with a tail about four inches in length, man and a good councilman. is a master mechanic practically pos- having lost the remainder of it through ted in all of its departments, and now tne cruelty of some thoughtless boys last that free turnpikes are assured and the summer while his mistress was at church. county will necessarily haveagreatdeal of Dr. Martin Marries. . to-dut Baker, of Ky. Tho past year has been the most successful in the history of the school. The attendance has been nearly six hundred Many improvements have been mado in the ebuipment, and the required an increase in the teaching force. Commencement day at Berea has always been a great day for the gathering of people for miles around. TI19 crowd usually exceeds five thousand. Tho L. & N. R. R. gives special ex cursion rates 0 its regular trains and runs a special train. The occasion is one that is well worth attending. Excursion rates for Sundays between nil points on tho Southern Railroad in Kentucky. The Southern Railway has arranged for round trip tickets to be sold every Sunday Let ween all their stations in the State of Kentecky at a rate of one fare and a third far the rouud trip. These tickets will be good going on the morning train, reluming rame afternoon. The schedules of the Southern Railway are conveniently arranged for a Sunday outing. For information aa to rates, etc., apply to nearest ticket agent Southern Railway. Wit. II. Tatloe, A.G. P. A. Louisville, Ky. City Democratic Committee's Call for Primary. Lowell, Mass., whose incomparable is known and used everywhere, has passed its and was never so vigorous as at present. It la Bert Hill and George Kirby have been arrested at Lexiugton on the chargo of engaging in tollgato raiding. Hall's Hair Renewer renders the hair lustrous and eilken, gives it a even color, enables women to put it up in a great a young Logan county farmer, shot and killed Jesse Granger, a negro, who had insulted Mrs. Lacey. effu-ation- s variety of styles. Wood Lacey, it $ft3jH At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Richmond, Ky., held on the 31st day of May, 1897, on motion, tho following resolutions were adopted. 1st. It is ordered that a Democratic primary olection be held at the various voting precincts in Richmond, Ky., on the loth day of July, 1897, to select Democratic condidates for Mayor, City Judge, City Attorney, City Council, a justico of the peace and constable, and the polls shall bo opened from 7, a.m., to 4, p.m., in Richmond, Ky.,on the aforesaid day, for the aforesaid purpose. 2nd. That for the purpose of defraying the expenses of conducting 6aid primary election, the candidates who propose to submit their names, shall, on or before the 1st day of July, 1S97, pay to tho chairman of this committee tho following sums: Each candidate for Mayor, City Judge, City Attorney and Constable, $10.00; each candidate for Councilman and Magistrate, 3rd. $2.00. That said primary election shall he conducted by officers to bo hereafter earned by this committee. 4th. That the Chairman and Secretary of this committee are hereby a committee to provide the and make all arrangements for holding said election. 5th. It is ordered that all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Demociats, and who will support the nominees of this primary July 3. election, and all young men now unHealth and strength carry us through years, who der the age of twenty-on- e dangers and make us safe in the presence will attain their majority on or the day of tho next general elec- of peril. A perfectly strong man with tion, in November, 1897, and who de- rich, pure blood, has nothing to fear clare their purpose and intention to affiliate with tho Democratic party, from germs. He may bieathe in the shall be entitled to vote in said pri- bacilli of consumption with impunity. mary election. If there is a weak spot where the germs Gth. That the Chairman of this may find an entrance to the tissues, then committee give public notice of this olection by posting a copy of this or- the trouble begins. Disease germs prorapidity. der at each of tho three voting places pagate with lighting-lik- e in Richmond, Ky., and shall publish Once in the blood, the only way to get a copy of this order in every issue of rid of them is to kill them. This is the Richmond CiiiitAX and Kentucky Register from date of adoption what Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical, Discovery is for. It pureifies the blocd to time of said primary election. Dudlby Tkibblk, Uh'm. That means that it kills tho germs, but Robt. Baxtkb. Sec'y. that is only part of what it does. It ed bo-fo- re An remedy for lung affections, throat disorders and all bronchial troubles is found in Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. This medicine had made many marvelous cures and is justly ranked among the most important remedies of the age. It If you eat what you like, and digest it, you will 6urely be strong and healthy. But if you don't digest it, you might almost as well not eat, for what good can your food do you if it doesn't nourish you? PRICES. If you find that you can't digest it, there is a simple help for your stomach. It is Shaker Digestive Cordial, made by the Shakers of Mount Lebanon. It has never failed to cure the worst case of indigestion. Strength and health come from the food you eatf after it has been digested !. S and has gone into the blood. f CS& a tonic is digested food. Tho The best best aid to digestion, Shaker Digestive Cordial. When you have acid eructations, nausea, headache, wind dizziness, of offensive breath, or anv other symptoms of dyspepsia, Shaker Digestive Cordial will cure you. Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the At Druggists. Trial bottle 10 cents. Burton House, Burton, W. Va , and one The Holiness Camp Meeting begins of the mo&t widely kuown men in tho state was cured of rheumatism fter three at Wilmore the 13th of July. years of suffering. He says: "I have not Oldham. Ky. Last summer my feet of language to convey and limbs broke out in sores. I tried sufficient command any idea of what I suffered, my physivarious remedies, but nothing did me cians told mo that nothing: could be done any good. At length my friends persuadmy friends were fill ly convined me to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. I be- ior me and ced that nothing; but death wonld relieve gan to get better before I had finished of my suffering, in June, 1894, Mr. the first bottle. I continued this medi- me Evans then salesman for the Wheeling cine until I was entirely well. As a blood Drug Co., lecommended Chamberlain's purifier I believe Hood's Sarsapariila h I'ain 15alm. At this time may foot and unequalled. Mies Dodie Wheeler. limb were swollen to more thfn dauhle their normal size and it seemed to me ray Scol's Pilb are the only pills to take leg would hurst, but soon after I began with Hood's Sarsaparilla easy and yet efusing the Pain l'alm the swelling beg.in ficient. It to decrease, the pain to leave and now I There will be a big Masonic barbe- consider that I am entirely cured. For cue at Sheridan, Crittenden county, sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. We are selling Brown Muslins, Bleach Muslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes, g Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings, and at very Low Cut Prices. Buy what you need of these in the domestic department while they are cheap, thej' will soon be worth more money. We have quite a lot of remenants of Brussels and Ingrain Carpet that we will close in this sale at a great loss to us. Ther run from two to nineteen yards in a piece, and tire just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once before they are gone. All Carpets, Linoluems, Oilcloths, Mattings, Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc., go in this sale, Nothing reserved, we have decided to ciose out, clean up regardless of price. Now is the time to buy you a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very pretty styles left to close. Everything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut almost half into. We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for 3ourselves. Bab Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 19c a pair. Good Shoes for men 9Sc. Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at $2.95, worth $6.00. Nice Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, pretty patterns, $1.15, former price $1.9S. Men's Jeans Pants, Boy's Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap. s goods in ever- - department and you You all know that Ave cany nothing but also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we say. When we tell you taat we have the prettiest assortment, mos't complete stock, that we ever had when we advertised a Clearance Sale, WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise be sufficient. Come and look through this Great Bargain Mart and we will save you some money and at the same time you will buy a greet many useful things at unheard" of LOW ever--thinAll-wr- ol Ail-wo- ol I. :4i '7 i 7 I ? 1' ' t-- Ml f first-clas- Respectfully, sm COMPANY. N r " t! S-c- jSStr3 V NLhV i r-- 7 W? w WiKP wn i iiYi?,i;t yjLr A3 firiV- - 'sB v- - . .Tcst try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl-l- y made. The opening ball will be held at Cerulean Springs tonight. Thrives on good food and sunshine, with plenty of execrcise in the open air. Her i from glows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative leraedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant Syrup of Figs. Made by the California juue-2-lFig Syrup Company. 2E3 3I0U3N SEATJSY liens Bag lM?J Working Pants If -- - at Mayfield Council fixed the tax rate 75 cents on the $1C0. o, '1C rca s Bargains ever offered to the pie of Madison county. - -M peo- - fegi VM can't touch our low prices on firet- - Capt. "While, the Record's veteran class groceries, Somo may attempt typo, can not only set more typo than it but invaribly fall by the way side. he can Dull days are a thing of the past at anybody in this section, butnext one take a gun and beat the D. Chenault k Co. our store. apr2S-t- f Still ahead of them all. They I am a candidate for City attorney of Richmond Ky. subject to the action of the Democratic Party. If nominated and elected it will e my constant endeavor to represent the best interests of the city. Respectfully, Guekx Clay. To all whom it may concern: This is to inform my friei.ds and customers that I am now with John Donelson and will sell them a buggy or anything in that line as cheap as the same class of goods can be bought from anybody. junelG tf JR. shooting. Last week he got out his old blunderbuB, which he carried in the Mexican war, and killed a flying crow at 125 yards distance. The Captain is well advanced inycars, but his narvo is steadier than that of most men of half hisjigo. Wo are going to fill his knapsack; with rations, give him plenty of ammunition and start him out after a number of parties who have failed to pay for the Record. Look out for him. Lancaster Record. Mr. Phelps Honored by Georgetown College. 1. Gextby. Millinery at Cost Mis3 Tetnpic Oldham will sell her entire stock of beautiful millinary at cost for cash so as to reduce the large amount of goods she has on hand. Come early june and get first choice. 23-lm- A Grandson of Judge Pryor Ccmes to Town. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pryor, of this city, are rejoicing over the arrival of a bon Win. Muncie and Judge Pryor, of Frankfort, is the happy grandpa. Land Sals. Mr. Thos. Phelpsiias sold 200 acres of his Lletcher farm near Richmond, adjoining the land of II. B. Dillingham. Col. J. W, Cnperton is tbe pur- chaser at 415.000. By this transaction and others "Mr. Phelps is making handsome advancements of $10,000 each to his .two daughters, 'Mrs. Mi&s'alinvft Park Phelps. This leaves Mr. Phelps over 400 acres of good blue-grac- nd e land, sear ) -- Rica-mon- d. Mr. Thos. Phelps, of this county, was selected to deliver the annivers ary address to the class of 1857 at the Georgetown CoUego, and his paper published in the Register of June 18, is as delightful as it is unique. Like a good Baptist and Democrat he took his text and stuck to it with a tenacity which is refreshing in these days when public speakers generally tako a crack at all creation. Mr. Phelps says that although it has been forty years since his class of twelve was graduated, only two members are dead both on the field of battlo in the lato war. Mr. Phelps is ono of our best known and most highly respected citizens, and his wife is a member of the first class ever graduated at MadiBon Institute. They ara both, therefore, advocates of higher education, and are happy In the reflection that their two daughters Mrs. Jas. W. Caper-tonee Miss Katherine Phelpsand Miss Minorya Park Phelps, bothgraduates of Wjellesley, rank Jfith the leadew inIocal Jiterary, musical and I I Todd, of Kingston, and Rev. J. Robt. Boatman. At two o'clock in tne afternoon tho latter was called upon to perform the ceremony, uniting tho former couple in the holy bonds of wedlock, at the Willard Hotel. Tho attendants were Miss Nettie Kirwan and Mr. Joseph H. Springer, of Louisville. The groom is a prominent physician of Kingston, brother of Mrs. Tr J. Frazeo, of this city, and was a surgeon in the late war. This is his second marriage. His bride Is a daughter of Alex Todd, a well known citizen of Kingston, proprietor of the Kingston saw mill Dr. Martin has a cozy little homo at Kingston which is nicely furnished and ready for occupancy, and wo wish Him and his bride a long and happy life. Ton. Can Consul tla Senowne&iFhysl-ele- u. assists disgestion by stimulating the secretion of digestive fluids, so promoting assitnulation and and nutrition purifies and inriches the blood and so supplies the tisues with the food they need. It builds up strong, healthy flesh and puts the whole body into a disease-resisti- ng n, In view of the great multitude of women suffering from some form of female disease, and yet unable to find auy cure, Dr. Hartman has announced his willingness to direct the treatment of as many cases as make applications to him during the summer months, without charge. The treatment will be conducted by correspondence. The doctor will prescribe all medicines, applications, hygienic and dietary regnlations to complete a cure. The medicines prescribed can be obtaineed at all drug-storeThis offer will hold good onlv during the summer mouths. Any woman tan become a reg ular patient by sending a written statement of her age, condition of life, history and symptoms of derangements. All correspondence will bo held strictly conOff For Nashville fidential. No testimonials of cure will Wc are indebted to Mr. R. C. H. Cov- be given to the public except by the exington for the following list of persons press wish of the patient. ' The prinwho left on the special train for the Con- cipal remedy he rel i e s upon in which every at the Nashville Ex- such cases is Fe ru-nfederate Brigadier General J. M. position should have who has any affection J?oyntz and staff, consisting of Majors of this. kind. Those wishing to become Thos. Thorpo and Jos. T. Jones, Capts. patients should address Dr. Hartman, David Chenault and K. C. H. Coving- Columbus, Ohio. ton, and Surgeon O. Ed- - Poyntz; Messrs. of Columbus, Ohio, are Bending free C. D. Pattie, N. B. Deatherage, Jno. D. Feeny, W. TJ. Martin, Joef Collins, Jake to any person writing for it, a neat little. White. L. H. Blanton, Wr. Stewart pamphlet devoted exclusively to the Jones, M. B. Moorman, C. L. Searcy, treatment of female diseases, written by Vf.J). Oldham, G. W. Piokels, Sr. and Dr. Hartman. Jr., T. M. Lackey, H. L. Pern, John We have opened the Boston Great Baldwin, James White, John Doty, R. Bargain Store with' 'a full line of ladies W. Miller, 11. C. JBroaddns, W. R. and gents furnishing goods, fashionable Shackelford. The following Daughters of clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, musical instrument, etii Everything at the sthe Confederacy went alongr lowest, prices. e"Wjll ateo make special TL D. Ballard, W, 'pricea forthenexfS30 days," everyjsday J. M. PoynU, S.. Jones, H. Ii. Perry, Jonn Doty, Misses from 10 a. m until'2 p.t m.r Saturday's from 10 a. m. nntil A n. niT Onlt'nn Kathleen Poynti, Mary Gatewood, and'lookatj?oot1lKept.'YoursT4i ma ' Rosa :M8y,iLMoberley, .Editb Searcy, , DOBROWSKYrPropI- - -y s. Re-unia, io-m- an Mes-dame- state. nt stamps to cover Send 21 oue-cecost of mailing only, and get his great book, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, absolutely fhee. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Afsociaton, No. 063 Main Street, Buffalo. N. Y. 1--t f Trtn nl it pfimlitnDa 111 nro pnmnilin! fMtali- Editor Meachman, of the Hopkins-vill- e I Everybody Sny So. tics than any other medicine. Cons- eKentuckian, has published the Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the mot won- - qlleutv jt ias a record of more cores and first number of a poultry pnper. derful medical discovcrvof the ace, ant and refreshing to tho taste, aot pertly J its sale are more thanhose of any-ot- hConfederate Veterans' Excursion to anil positively on kidneys, liver and howeis, j cr pri.pan,tion. Hood's Sarsaparilla is clcanslnir tho entire svsUrn. dlsi:l col tin. Nashville cure headache, fever, habitual coniitlpatioc the best medicine to buy because it is an buy and The Southern Ry. will Eell excursion and bilinnsness. Pleaso SO cents. try a box honest medicine and thousands of testi1(1, ffii, or U. C. C. .SoKacd Georgetown Bur-gi-n guaranteed to cure by all drcpgists. tickets from Lexington, monials prove that it does actually and and principal stations in Kentucky permanently cure disease, june-2-lMiss Ella Jewell resigned as J( memto Nashville and return at very low rates, Tho Ellendalo Fair will held from Examining B)ard of the rate from Lexington being $5.40, from ber of the School Augugt 3 to Augn3t 7, inclusive. Davisj county. Georgetown $5.25, from Burgin $5 50 HnnuVol of thousands have been inand correspondingly low rates from Tetter, and Kci:ra. duced to try Chamberlain's Cough Reme other stations. Tickets be sold Jnne 21-Tho intense itching and sinartiiig inciTickets limited for return, ten days dent to these dieeases is instantly allayed dy by reading what it has done for from date of sale. Tickets may be exten- by applying Chamberlain's Eye and others, and having tested its merits for its warmest friends. ded ten days additional by depositing Skin Ointment. Many very bal ;asea themselvesare y same with the Joint Agent at Nashville. havo been permanently cured byjjit. It For sale by W, G. White Richmond, Ky. Is equally efficient for itching pi(es and junc-2-lt- n Remember these low rates arc open to a favorite remedy for Bore ripples; everybody and the Southern Rv, with chapped hand3, chilblains, froijt bite;; Barren Circnit Conrt convenes next box. Monday, with 494 cases on the docket. three daily trains and superior accomo- and'ehronic core eyes. 25 cts. ij dations, is prepared to take care of inJlr. Canj's Condition are Cascauets stimulate liver, kidneys and tending visitors satisfactorily. For full ju3t vhata horso needs FowJci's, "bad when ln information apply to nearest ticket agent condition. Tonic, blood purifier and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe mavl-l- y vonnifnga. They are not fdpd but 10c. Southern Railway. medicinoand the best in nae tot put a S. T. Swiet, City Ticket AgentLexing-ton- . Farmers say the. dry weather was not horse, in "prime condition. P.rice 25 hurting; the corn, bat was death on tocents per package . W. G. Mohgan, Depot Ticket Agent, bacco. Lexington. Lee Cober was drowned Tes srday A dope that, is always Bcasonablo is a Wm. H.Tayloe,.AvG. P. A. Louis- - afternoon while fit swimming 1 tho dosG'o'f Simmons Liver jRegulator, tho vilhyKy. . Kentucky river Trankfort. 2t "King of m ol 22-24t- h. to-daui Salt-Rhenm 23. to-da- Mr. G. A. Stillson, a merchant of Tam-licIII., writes, August 10th, 1S01: Foley's Kidney Cure is meeting; with, wonderful success. It has cured some juae-2-lcases here that physicians pronounced Kentucky Baptist are gathering at incurable. I myself am able to testify to is a living pictGeorgetown for their tate Association its.merits. Lly face ure of health, Foley's Kidney Cure has meeting. made it such. I had suffered twenty-seve- n Dca't Tobacco Spit and Smoie Tonr Lifa Away I feci vears with the disease, and y If vou waut to quit tobacco using casilj ten years younger than I did one year ami forever, beinauo wcll,stronr, inusueiic ago I can obtain some wonderful certifull of new lifo anil vigor, tube that makes weak niei. ficates of its medical qualities." the wonder-workedays strong. Many gain ton pounds In ten june-2-lof your Over 400,00(1 cured. Buy drucgist, under guarantee to cure, 60c or $ .00. Booklet and sample mailed Irec. Ad. Tho wheat harvest is in full blast in Sterling ItcnedyCo.,Cu!eaeo or Now York. in the Pennvrile and Purchase. 'For three years wo have never been "v7HS YOU TAKS TOOTl VACAwithout Chambealain'8 Colic, Cholera TION and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house," the most necessary article to have with says A. H. Patter, with E. C. Atkin3 & yon(after your pocket book) is a bottle Co., Indianapulis, Ind., "and my wife of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute would as soon think of being without prevention or cure of all derangements of flouras a bottle of this ltemcdy in the the bowels caused by a change of water. summer season We have used h with all You are likely to need it. june-2-l- m three of our children and it has never The indications are former birds this failed to cure not simply stop pain, but right, t.nd any- fall than for several vcars. cure absolutely. It is all one who tries it will find it so." For sale by W- - G. White Richmond, Ky. Curative power is contained in Hood's juuS-2-lSarsaparilla than in any other similar Union, preparation. It costs the proprietor and Tho Kentucky Sunday-schowill hold its annual meeting at Harrods- manufacturer more. It costs the jobber burg, Tuesday, June 22,coutinningthree more and it is worth more to the consumer. More skill is required in its prepara- days. m to-da- y to-dar, m 1 Look at these Prices: Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $S.OO Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 0.00 Boj's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's Shoes SO cents. Ladies' Shoes SO cents. A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to $1. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 ;i 3ard. Straw Mattings from 12i cents to 20 cts per yd. 1 i j?p Bargains Now! Bargains Forever! UK THE REW YORK STORE Up Town, Klein & Son's Old Stand, Richmond, Ky. Fi'ty Dollars a week easily made. Agei'ts wanted in every locality for Hon. W J Bryan's great and only book, "The First Battle," The bestseller every produced. Agents are taking as many as 200 o ders per week. Beware of fraudulent imitations. Send foroutlitand begin ork at once. "V. B. Conkey Company Publishers. 311 Dearborn Street, .may-1- 2 2m Chicago. . Roy King, a negro, was jailed at Emir enca for attempting to posion the family of gam Rines. Loius Yates was drowned yesterday at Enipire mine?, in Hopkius county. ' John Donelson keeps all grades of buggies, road wagons, phaetons, surreys, etc. jnnelG tf Dissolution Notice! Thc firm ot Lazon & Barnett has dissolved partnership and neither party is responjiaTe lor debt the other mokes. June 23 lm I. W. Baksxtt. Notice to Debtor?. Having been appointed Trustee ot the Richmond Diok Company, notice la hereby jriTen that all accounts due said firm must be settled immediately with the undersigned. W. F. POWEBS. Je25-t- w K4 OF J k 3 If 8 J, abotile of Foley's Cohc Cure, a sure preventive of bowel complaints occasion-ed'bchange of water or climate. 25c. 1, june-2-l- m y, D0T0TJTSAV3L? never start on a journey without a Trustee. FIRES WHO 1 pr States' MarshalI iorsi:uiug A bellboy was arrested at Frankfort noii--s iruui u uepuiy uuueu - PSlitfY WISH A2TD Cure -- are Uey who have not Foley's Colic :sa POUITD POOL --IS11I,business aa safeguard I in the family. june-2-l- m - Insure your if i s Mamie. Mount shot herself- to death (in Muhlenburg county without Cause property against homes and Fire Iftty.O.-TiJdd; . Mgv4kltard.-RBtl- i . - Jv .,. - j .. J ' If1- !. - s- - - - -- . rr,- ,,. - .. . I ! Ts, - iHfetfiO' .. - - - .- - . - ,- . r,. t v- :i v-.- frf i &l&te& v,'J. r " - aad tf-- , "" Ti . V j" -- j. I .'-.j'-h-i- Ayer's Pills promote the nttturanfaolion of tlio bowels, without which thete can Gaar Scott Traction Engine, Hubor be no regular, healthv 6p4rationic J?or Separaifdr, EeeyeatswkorStar Tank; the cureof bilIoiiwewidigtioj b sick jSdtei f .ami allln "fiirlljW9ftTHnjninguorderj:'will HvWrWMWBLf U zi ,rirwH.i aictiflMWHi !xy, ..r-i "T J V T" Mitf&V.JtaPiatetiirr. mJlr "" 1ZT . - ,(f 2 - kT . VJUM-A- , - ' . J -T.V . msorr tut. ; . 3 ...M3wanEras,KW5?r,i ' 3 k "' ' j .. t - ' T ICT " , kJaJ,W '?" FOR SALE.. ' i3-'- s-- 1 Z- RS 11 w ragr? p"J-"I- J- l!r,oooipv m tU -- It kcepa'the ; , . . : liver active, the bowels regnlar;Hrevent8 'tO ly. nervosa" ia a Kre Biliousness; aad promotes dtgeHiioR. 1h fact helps keepujrt'elLi'llMTO.watcli- - ftfcttl feekwd isBotpsre. Iloed'aSarw pttnaes fee. Wood, and cures ed it'sen'ecU in iamilieg- weere T Ymv Liver-ltfedlcino- ," J Bat Keheai'Atsderay at Banktown has g seed fertlt4 season. indit-aties Tornado, f - - mtj J feDresenfe two of th amt reliable Insurance Coaipsuaies umieq states acct rein speefcfully jtskior a shrs-o jm ffcW,aiidnnitrl);batbjJ-j,r.W.Wm,1tatm,eu -- ' j 1 lit -- " i . M T . ,i -- &-- .ii.ri ; , l , .JjJ l . . -- ' Tin, rSr"'" It r Vn'w ,'iiMn.ttl L"i wmlxtirf&rJ . '".' - . ". RROCK ,J3B " sssssssssssssssssssssssHissssssssssslssssssasksflMHRsHyoHiSliBHH The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTFOB COUNTY ATTORNEY. - KENTUCKY NEWS. JAMES P. HARLAN, Ilrothrr of Junklci-- llitrUn, Accidentally Klile-- I br n Train. L0UIBVH.1.E, Ky., June 10. James P. It is Thought by Many zrlien the Creator said to woman The Latest Xcws From All PnrU of Ujo Commomrcalth STATE EDiTORS. Ahoat 2'JO K.'ntat!ky K'vr.puptr u giuBiiuuD ! mmmmmm Alldttlestiuro. Ivy. 3Ien S "" are authorized to announce G. E. Lilly a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Republican party. "Wo FOR POIJCK JUDGE. "We are authorized to announce H. of C. Rice a candidate for Police Judge of Richmond, subject to the action of the primary July 15. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. Democratic party. "We are authorized to announce J, for Talbot Jackson as a candidateIvy., Citv Attorney, of Richmond, Subject to the action of the Democratic party. "Vo are authorized to announce Gbekx Clay a candidate for the office of City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the mond, subject to the action of the Democratic arty. FOR COUNCILMEN. the Democratic party. "We are authorized to announce for J. B. Stoukfer a candidateto the Mayor of Richmond, subject action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. W. Bales a candidate for Mayor of Rich- We are authorized to announce D. P. Akmer a candidate for Mayor of Richmond, subject to the action of for mayor. subject to the in Citr Democratic primary July 15. We are authorized to announce D. R. Tevis a candidate for Councilman of Court House ward, subject to the action of the primary election Hall-Precinc-t, AVe authorized to announce Cal. Maupix a candidate for Councilman July 15. "We are authorized to announce J. AY. Freeman a candidate for Councilman in Court Hou-- e ward, subject July to the action of the primary election 15. "We are authorired to announce Geo. Pickels a candidate for Councilman in Court House precinct, subject to the primary election, July 15. "We are authorized to announce J. for CounA. Meeshon for cilman in the City Hall precinct, subject to the action of the Demo- cratic primary, July 15. We are authorized to announce C. T. Wells a candidate for Councilman m the City Hall precinct, subject to the Democratic primary, July 15. FOR MAGISTRATE. are authorized to announce J. R. Henry a candidate for Magistrate of Kirksville Precinct, subject to the'action of the Democratic party, on the free.turnpike ticket. "We are authorized to announce X. B. Tcrpin a candidate for Magistrate in Richmond precinct, subject to the primary election, July 15. "We to l'rjMi for 1. f r. Ky., June 15. The Jury in the Nick Uay casj renlcrcd a TerJlct Monday at :C0 p. m for life lmpr soamcnt, Hay seemed somewhat relieved when th vcrdici was read, but remained deathly pale. His aeJ father, Joseph Kay, could hardly bear up under his fjr.ef. 11 iy was immediately removed to jai', where a ad ene took place. His wife, . (Jo Toxir-KlXSVIl.l.- en meeting him and learning the d Terdict, fainted, and now lies with grief, Kay suot and killed Attorney Albert Scjtt, of this, place, at Edmunton, on th.j 4th of July last. Ray ant Scott had a lawsuit about a strip of ground, ami Scott had gone to Edmunton to take depositions While Scott, with his attorney, was viewing the ground, Uay came up and shot him down, even while icjtt was protesting lie was unarmed and begging Hay not to snoot him. II c .d .V;,ln,iM l' iiuter. Fkaxufout, Ky , June 13 In the TJnitd State-- . court Monday Judge Barr rendered a decision in the case ol MuHoover, secretary of th koutht-rpros-trati-1 a McCh-sne- tual lnvtssmmt Co. of Ltiington, y. against I'osvmjstcr lie holds that th- - orur o Postmaster General Wilson to w ithhold the mail directed to lid company v. as proper, nnd tne in ah to a.d company should be w thheid by 1'ostmaster MeCheaney, but pergonal mail to said Hoover thould not nave been withheld. Alloc t IwciiUI-.r- June li city Louixvii.lk, lia been trrronzjd for several mouths by incendiary iirjs. The mo-- serious was the buruing of Loii.villt Ilxilway t K, Arrttt. lhW in vwi.ch seveu firemen were bun d in debris and dangerously hurt The loss was Hoppmcie- -, an has A with startjust bee.i arre-tl, c ia ing tha tire- - lie ha I a mania to- - ase, e Co., pow sisting firemen at cxery incend.aiy hlaz. ME MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY AJAX JLZAL Jfrrrotts A MAW CEKfc iHsrasetVaillac Mem ory.Impotencj.SleeplesneM.elc-- , eimfwd by Abase or othnr hxceebet tnd Indis- restore xjob& wi&iuj in oidoryoonp and fit a man fornudj, business or znazriiiffa. Prvrant Insanity end Oaruramntion if takni i in Um. Th.irtut fthmra fmmedieta lntmwa. intnt and effect a CUKE where all other tail In They fwt upon hATine the cennine Aiax Teh let liurecared thouandsand will cure pra. AO eWe a po IUta written imarantee to eTect a rare Hf PTC in each aura or raf nnd the xscmer Price v V W w per package; or six rkrs (fall trecimentl tUXL By mail, in plain wraprr. npon t sreolax cretion. Thry quickly and surely '"AJAX fr REMEDY CO., HS-STa?" For f ale in Richmond, Herndon. Ky., by Hapan fab3-l- y & The && Cycle Lebanon r Handsomest '97 BICYCLE Manufactured. iiifiiiiii1 Price, $75.00. In. Corrugated Tubing, it &? Oil Reservoir Hubs. & Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. A, 1- -4 Manufactured by J il. I C- - -- 3V1N, LEBANON, PA. mwm oxvo FATS FOR . y . HE THE .... FREIGHT. ...TOD PAT THE... DRINKS. KoooQcavocoooiKssesssi mrl ir -- SEG9KD STREET ;TbMXo.2t a-- ' - - - MilWHUY. o ' Harlan, a brother of Associate Justice Harlan, was accidentally killed by a Of Iliri' Mod 1 nf Woman Trloraph- - train on the Louisville, Henderson & RQlH III ItUIUA b St. Louis rai way Tuesday afternoon LExrsarox, Ky., June2L The modnear the city alm-- house. Mr. Harlan, el of Joel T. Hart's noted statue, who "was about 70 years old, was once contrary. "W mnn Triumphant," is not now in one of the most prominent lawyers in Danger and suffering: lurlc in existence, and it will he impossible to the state, en;oying a large practice tho pathway of the Expectant reproduce the masterpico of Kenand holding a high judicial office in Mother, and should be avoided, tucky's molt famou3 artist. A letthis county. ter received hire from Mr. William lie was, however, a victim of an un- that she may reach the hour Cooper, dated Florence, Italy. June 5 controllable appetite lor liquor and when the hope of her heart is to says: "It seems that all tha models was incapacitated for business despite be realized, in full iriEror and belonging to Mr. Hart were left with the efforts of his relatives and friends strength. a Mr. Saul, of this city, and five years to bring about hif. cure. He practiced after Air. Hart's death many of the law for several years in Kansas and remodels mre destroyed, that of the turning to Louisville about three statue, 'Woman Triumphant,' being years ago, vo.untari.y entered the so relaxes among them. It is is very much to bo alms house, wlicrs hj has since rethe system regretted, as poor Mr. Hart counted sided. npon this figure to represent him in Judge Harlan was on his way to the natural aid the years to come." ra.lway station to purchase the evennecessary .. wi 1 ing paper, as was his custom, when The Hart Memorial association change try to collect all the pieces of the T,hc truin overtook him. He was not takes place statue ruined in the Lexington court-bou- dependent upon the city charities, but fire, and if they can not he put has nlways been liberally supplied nausea together they will be kepi in a glass Wjth money by his relations. He precase in memory of tho man who did ferred to live at the institution be.Headache, so much to elevate art in his native cause of a personal friendship for tho .Henrous or state. superintendent. M Cot!y fur thn Urujclnt. jjoreooaing WANT DAMAGES. Lexington', Ky., June 2L Several and at the trying hour makes YVinIlohertUough, of Midway, months ago S;ro Urine Salt rAcalitst Several Child-birt- h easy, as so many hapaged IS, purchased from Druggist het 1'nlice. py mothers haire experienced, Lexington, Ky., June liS. It. C Frank II. Norton a quantity of morand It. E. Smith have fl.cd a suit nothing but "Mother's Fiieni" phine which he took in his store at the corner of Limestone and Church iu the Oar. couutj circuit conrt jr does this. Don't be deceived. streets. Under the effects of the drug Jerry Hodgkins. mauley Murray and "Jlothert rriond" la tho gru&toct remedy ever he was taken to the police station, and John Vivion, Negroes, against James pnt en tkoinarkor.ar;deUiBycatoiaersprAUelt after a battle of eight hours, Dr. Donahue, Martin Kinney, William highly . W.n.KruQ & Co., WMtewriglit, Tex. Heely succeeded in saving his life. Turpey, Thomas 'J Brpt?y, Charles Sflntby Msil.on receipt of nricn,f 1,00 PER E0TT1 E. Gough's father brought suit against Sullivan, 'Wuiim A'cley and Expectant Mothers' free, and tho c.ly of Winchester. Book Tovrlucble iurorm&tloa mailed voluntary Norton for 3,030 damages for se.liu' aud the drug to his son. A jury in circuit Thj petiti n ts orth that the de- testimonials. court Friday returned judgment for fendants are policemen of the city of THE ERADRELD REGULATOR CO.,ATLANTA,GA. Wn Chester, and unlawfully, wilfully S400 again st Norton. CCLO BY ALL SRUCCIST3. and maliciously assaulted the plaintAttempted ARlnatIon In Conrt. NiciioLASViixn, Ky., Juno 21. Ben iffs during an election hgut at WinCOURT OF APPEALS Smith was baturday given five years chester lat falL They ask S30,"000 da.uages. and David Wheeler four years for atMakn an Import u.t Decision on tl tempting to assassinate Deputy Sheriif Fur An Old Irlnin. O .1 ri'lnlllj atlonal ISanK Cmn. Logan Young last November Just Ky., June 16. Moses Pkixcetox, FitANKFoiiT, Ky., June 17. The court i senHobby k.lie I Lee llohmn 45 years of appeals Wednesday decided one after Judge Sscott had pronounced tence a Negro won.an crawled up to ago. No action was taken until Sat- branch of the old Fidelity national th dock and slipDed a dirk into Smith's urday, when the grand jury indicted banic case of Cincinnati, involving hand. Detective yelck saw the act linn for murder, lid was arrested and f.r)S1.000. The question in the case w as and disarmed the prisoner. It ia sup- lodged in jiil Sunday night and his whether tha creditors of the Hleiity posed that Smith intended to kill triil will t.iie place l'riday next. banK or creditors of the Swiit Iron and Welch. Uoth parties aril Negroes. The prinSteel wo.ks at Newport should ConijrHtuiBtp Oat-eictorla. cipal witnesses to the affair arc still have $081,000 worth of the asLexi.ngtov, Ky , June 21. SuncViy living. Kolman was murdered on ac- sets of the steel works. Tne afternoon thj following cablegram was count of illicit relations between court dec'.des that the steol works sent to the secretary of state at Lonllobby and his wi e. drew the money from the bank by ordon: der of Harper, who was president of IC nturkr I s l'ofttmistcr. ''Present to her majesty warmest both, and that Harper himself, and AVASiiir.CiTON", June 10 The follow, congratulations of the Caledonian sotho steel works, postmasters were ap- not ,money so draw n, having received ing fourth-clas- s ciety, of Lexington. Ky. the the creditor of Kenpointed in hentucy Tuesday: "Gr.or.oE Coi'ki.and, President." the bank must look to Harper and his nedy, Christian county. T. U. Watts, bondsmen and not the steel works for Golnc to the Cnufi lTte Jtnnlnn. atts, resigned; Mortons-vi- l Lexington, Ky , June 2L About vicec, F. W. AVood'ord county, A. 11. W ilholt, reimbursement, unless it can be proven 200 confederate veterans left here Monthat the steel works actually used tho vite W. F. Manuel, reigned; Stowers, money in its business day morningat S:15 oer the Louisfcimoson county, J. H llarker, v.ee ville A. Nashville to attend the confediJwaltney, resigned, and Wood-burA FALL CUT erate veterans' reunion, June 22, 23 T. F. urren county, I. SI. and 24. The Lexington veterans will vico K. M. Blackburn, resigned.llinton, Over a Storo Arcou it II nl In MarJor at be joined here by a camp of confedTurkey Toot, Ky. Geojiqetow.v, Ky., June 17. At erate veterans from Richmond T Kitablisti a l!o,plttt at OvT0nlnr. this county. Garland Johnson OwEXSliOK'J, Ky., June 10. The trusThe Prohibition Cxnrtldtte. Laxcastm:, Kv . June 21 Girrard tees of wnat is known as the German 6hot and instantly killed Kirby Sm,t:i. Kcaool fund invested it in the Nick Both are well known young men. is not satisfied with furnish. ng K Johnson conducts a general store at hmith homestead. Tho consideration governor bat now wants tn clerk of the court of aopeal. O T. wns $0,00 and the property, consisting Turkeyfoot, and it is said Smith owed oa iho of eight acres, will be converted into a him an account, and being re. ucd furWallace having been public hotp tal, the property to revert ther credit they had fallen out, prohibition ticket and J. huut Johnson claims that between 5 and 0 has been mentioned aa the re- to the Smith heirs if the hospital is disd citizens o'clock Tuesday afternoon Smith and continued. publican candidate. three of his brothers, all armed, rodu l.opj to raise $25,000 for tho hospital. Twm IIo'I-U,- s In a Week. by his store cursing him; that he went Ky., Juno 2L Louis Nicnor.Asvu.LK, Hull Cum Kndnl In a Riot. to the door, and they attempted to HROWN3VIU.E, Ky., June 16. At the nnd Samuel Price, while uriv.ng nome draw their weapons, when the Saturday night, were held up in the rl ise of a ball game here between the drop oa them, and fired four he got one shots, 15ee Spring clubs a They struck the horse and road. Urownsville and of which struck Kirby, who fell dead. the robber fired several general riot ensued, which the officers '1 his is the second bhots after them. were powerless to quell. Bats, balls, Stanley Drown for Collector. attempt at robbery last week. stones, knives and pistols were used, rnAXKFOBT, Ky., Juno 17. It is rebut no one was seriously injured. 'J his ported here that Gov. Bradley, who is They ill Marry. was the closing game of the season now in Colorado Springs, will shortly 21. Lexington, Ky., June The the clubs. The score stool: visit Washington, and, with Forakcr ol the engagement of Brownsville 1, Bee Spring L and Sherman, will make a strong effort Cant. Fred Wilson, Company E, Kenfor Stanley Brown for collector of tho guards, to Miss Ethel Martucky state llnrlar zoti a L.nmber Yrd Offlcrt Lksixgtox, Ky., June 10. John Wil- Fifth Kentucky district, and will try tin, one of Wocdford county's fairest daughters, is made. The wedding will liams and Uxorge Ilillner, white, and to knock out Sapp, Deboe'a candidate. claiming St. Louis as their home, bur- Sherman has been for Brown since he take place June 29 glarized the office at Dodge's lumber was removed from the revenue service ?eiT KrntunUj I'uftlmaster. and were caught by by Collector Buckner for making a y:.rd Tnesda Wafuingtonv June 21. Ihe followOliicew McCarty and Jenkins in the strong fight to carry Kentucky for y postmaster for ing fourth-cla-i- s was commissio'ued Fr day: Lee act of burying a gold watch and chain, Sherman in the national convention eight years ago. City, Wolfe county, Ky., Mary Moore, a part of the booty, under the Cincinnati Southern railroad trestle. They vice J. B. Carroll, resigned. Tobacco Sales. confessed. IieiitnckT- lVnslou Kxtm'nori. Cakhom.tox, Ky., Juno 17 E. II. Toll GAte Kalrlers Sentenced. Washington, June 19. Dr. ChamPahis, Ky., June 10. To the Bour- Smith, of Prsstonville, has just sold to bers Lytle. A. A. Mannon and L. 15. bon c.rcuit court be'.ongs the distinc- M. L Barker, of this place, 100,030 Plummer were Triday appointed mempounds of tobacco at ten cents per bers of the pension examining board tion of sentencing the first toll gate pound. Smith having purchased this ever tried and convicted in for UrookMlle, Kv. Mr. Barker is 1 uesday George Ander- tobacco from faroiers Kentucky. ere one 01 the largest local dealers, and ALACKAN RAILWAY. son and Will 1 right, Negroes, each given 12 years for setting fire to bougut all the Sm'th purchase except Co. to De-Drltlih Columbia I) a toll house located on the Harrison, the po Ige. Thos. E Craig and liub-.e- 'l l Jl Central AH.kn. Croi t, farmers, sold their crops of Seattle, Wash., June 21 The Brit- Bourbon and Scott county lines. I ',000 a.id 5.0J0 pounds respectively, ish Columbia Devoiopm nt association, Dr. Iliinrlan I'nrdonrtl. 10 j. M. ott, a Ghent dealer, at ten FRAXKroitT, Ky., June 10. Acting one of the wealthiest corporations in rents per pound, extra, prices in this Gov. YV'orthington Tuesday morning the west, has completed arrangements toanty for coastructiag S3 miles of railway to pardoned Dr. J. T. Hourigan, a llHrroj4lurir l'lke I. Central Alaska, for putting in a big prisoner sent up from Mirion saw mill and for the estab- county for manslaugntcr. lie killed L'Xcrox, Ky., June 17. Acting j:.d r aa act of tils." leg.slature of lfa'JD HouriS im Hays. lishment of a town sit" at hkagaway his brother-in-laAlaska. bay, lly this scheme it gan was a prominent phScian of tut fiscal court Wednesday cvca.ng is proposed to turn all future immigraLebanon, and his trial, which lasted jondeinned the live miles of the tur.ipike lying in Fayette tion to the Yukon and the Kloudyke beveral years, will bo famous ia crimgold fields of Central Alaska from the inal law of this state. ;unty. Ihe state owns the coatroll-iu- j interjat in the liarrodsburg road. route through Chilcoot pass and St. Co, llrrcituriilire tn paic. Michaels to that over Skagaway bay. L'exisctox, Ky., June 10. Tho con- It is tue mm o. tne fiscal court to free The pass at this litter po.nt is 2,000 federate ladies of Bardstown and Nel- vjry rotd in the county within the feet lower than Ctiilcoot pass, and is son county have invited CoL W. C P. aei.t u0 d iys. more accessible. A dozen men have Breckinridge to deliver an address in I r mk Id's Trl t St tree I. thus far attemptci to reach the gold Bardstown on July 3 at an entertainPadlcaii. Ky., June 15 A special fields by the pass at Skagaway bay ment given by the ladies. The colonel rvuiro of 100 mill lits been summoned aud found it practicallv easy of access has accepted the invitation. to court at Benton Thursday, from and far superior to Ctiilcoot pass. w hich to select a jury for the trial of !'nrchatd l'llce. Cnrrler Pienn" Linr Fllrht. Fay- Noan Franklin, lie is charged with Lexinotok, Ky., June 10. City, Mo, June 21. Two ette county fiscal court TuesThe pur- havi ig fired lrom ambush and killed Kansas lay homing pigeons were li eratcd at KanCave Diisy Jsull.van, ajei 17, who was in tt the Leeslown an I sas City which are expected to make chased paying $0,103 for theItussell and delicate condition. ro ids, former the longest flight on reord, from Kan7,500 for the latter. '1 he sas City to Montpelicr, Vt. The birds were thrown open Wednesday.toll gatei Srcret tor a Voar. were brought here by Chester Palmer, Afiilaxd, Ky., June 17. The KnntatKy i'mMiuu .xiin!nr$. a pigeon fancier of Cincinnati, where Ernc3t Meek nnd Miss Eunice Washinotox, June 10. Tne followthey had beeu shipped from their Vering were Tuesday appointed memberi Menor, both of Catlettsburg, has just mont home. Palmer immediately left of the pension examining board for been announced. They were married for Dalias, Tex., where he will liberKentucky: Pikeville, I. tl Gray, W in Ironton. O., June 22, lbOO, but tho ate another pair of birds. The cote L. Walter and 11. II. btallard. fact has been kept secret until now. of this pair is at Valparaiso, Ind., and They left for a bridal tour through TIik Stoin ich l'ump Ji.veri Hlin. they will start on their journey on Ohio. SrniNGFiEi.ii, O., June 17. Joseph Sunday evening next. and District . C T. V. Fuuit men of St. Paul call this the Yarrow became despondent big attempted suicida Faduca.ii, Ky., June la The disbanner year for berries. They have of carbolic acid. by tating asaveddoso lie was by nwer had so many strawberries nc hard work and a stomach pump in the trict W. C T. U. convention is in session here Thursday, with a large numnow. hands of Dr. Oltes. ber of delegates. Mrs. Frances of Lexington, stato president, Comlocort'a Successor. FitANKFunr, Ky., June 17. Will is in attendance. Stone, son of Auditor Stone, is tipped THE MARKETS. to succeed Coiningore as insurance commissioner after the latter's CiKClSNATl. June ia as collector at Covincrton. Flouu Sprini fancy. tAi.0j.A7j. sprln; amlly, 8110 jajj. spring patent, H.lOji.H); Mysterious .Mnrdrr. Ji- irlnter patent, li.2xm.M. fancy. , fit03.1.10. Cixcixxvn, June 17. A mysterious (arcll)-- . isJ.iiSi3.30. extra, murder was committed in Timothy U:bi'-ore. norihweaterc, 3y&.4, do t.Jtias 4 Reardon's saloon and boarding house City. urAT Na 2 red. nominal, 8.'c at 913 East Pearl street shortly after Coka Sales: Yilow ear. track. 25c; mixed 11 o'clock Wednesday night. The afBar, track. Soc. Xo. 2 railed, track, CCUo. to fair is shrouded in mystery because arrive. 26Jc. Oats bales: None. the police were unable to get Hogs shippers', t3.3lQ':Z7ii: select any information of a definite na- butchers'.Select t&&di7)4- (air to cood pickrrs', ture from thos who witnessed the iZMa3.2i fair to good light, Ja3uai4J; common and roughs, U 65&3.2a. tragedy. The vietim was Thomas to i,ood Cattle Fair7i, good shippers', tt003ifO; an aged widower, who was Travelers shudder with horror at the to choice butchers', extras, who stealthily thought of the as a freight handler at the undermines the supports of a railway bridge Pennsylvania freight depot. The pro- t's83a.l2: fulr to medium butchers', ta.5a siit'3.l. and precipitates a passenger train with its prietor admits firing the fatal shct, S7J. comcion. Lambs bheep.extras.13 63i73 fciiKEP ako loidof precious human freight to a common to fair, good to choice. t,i03J2.W); but says it by fire and water. There is a tr.:sei85. Iirabs txtras, tiurjatti):good to that deadlier enemy than the choice, rl.4U2J.S0. common to fair. $3.c0u4.2a. menaces not only travelers but l'ss d Conlederntn Jlllls. Veal Calves Fair to good light, 85 S3 d Its name is indigestion. It slowly Brazil, Ind., June 17. A female 5.75. eitra,$C(X)iJ.il5J. comrcon and kirge.tiSOj undermines the supports that hold up the shover of the "queer" found a number am bridge of life and yearly precipitates untold of victims in this city Wcdnea lay, se- - ' "ool Unwashed, flae merino 10211a ror thousands into the dread valley of consumpclothing, 13oilc; medlua lb; quartor-blootion. If people will only take the right pre- lcctiug city shopkeepers to work. She delaine und clothing, Uftllc. braid. l:t5l'o; can aoid this calamity and passed a confederate ten dollar on medium comblnj, caution they Washed, hno eveh remedy it alter it nas occurrea 11 liey Mr.: Leon hite, tvho keeps a store in toXX, 13a madiuia cIothIa, b ,16s. do will act in titre. end. Oa others she passed laiae fltoce, lJiilw. Ion; cojibf.ij, UiUc: All cases of indigestion and every disea.r the quarter-blo- d and low. Ujjilo. common that has its inception ia indigestion or faulty conferate money, her innocent ap- coarse, liijl3;: choice, I$c ignorance of women nutrition are cored by Dr. Tierce's Gold' i pearance and tne CniCAOo June 19. per cent, of in money matters making the swindle Jledical Discovery. It cures 98 WtiEAx Junc.eaSo: Julr. C3;ic,S pwmber, all cases of consumption. It cures wasting passible. The police are searching for 5i Utile: Dicetnbor. new, 66JJ ifOc; olJ, diseases. It is an unfailing remedy fornfirv-ou-s ftJc iier. prostration. It is the great Conf June, ilasiHc: JUI7, 2i3JlHc Sepand nerve tonic Thousands tember, 2M'ftM;sc. Trylnir to ftlop li.opir. have testified to its merits. There is nothing Oats June, lie; July, 18!318Kc; SeptemXthiAXAPOMs, Ind , June 17. Albert else "just as good." Druggists sell it. Dana, 20 years old, and Fannie Clay- ber, 18.Sc PiTrsBvmcH, June 10. "I hex leave to Inform you." writes Mr. J. Shdy. cr No. 1701 Thomas Kace. Minneapolis, ton, 13, daughter of Pullip Clayton, of Cattle Prime cattle, Jo.oOi5.l5. pood. Mmn"that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical D It Norwood, eloped ednesday night, J4.734 85: good batchers', Hilsiro. fair, trouble in my neck Goitre, errennd rov e Ri.lO'ttsO, goc-- J heifers, I1315I 1J: oioo.JJ.'jJ hs At the sixth bottle and are believed to be headed for Covn "ir-r growa .Befcre. it had bulls, stags unicowj. ?iO)i3.5J. "fresh n iM.j,.ii. Ky. The wire is being used in fciVO. and co s It rgtr y perceptibly, t era verr graleiul for ington. 03415a eVorkers-anevery direction to head them oft the care." t 'pin, n )3 a 6 best medium oad good Yorkers. tl& Healthy babies. Healthy mother. Healthy The London "Times sail Tuesday a CO, common to fair Yorkers,' taiO&liS; father. These are what you find in the homes M that have a conv of Dr. Pierce's Common morning that Enperor Nicholas has hearvova. 11403.45. s hf Cbetce sheep, 1 1 05 at ly! good. M a Sense MedicalJAtlviser. Send 21 o taev Royal Yacht a- telagraw 4.Stt:r falr,"t3.a3 7J. "commonJvtl7jaaW; cast ot maniBK omy, w Bent tau& committee prcia&mff tline additional WeMs i)jpeBry Aeatcai Association, "' hkw.". niT.7 SAS. - li JnMrt, X. Y. Oei bindinc, 31 rtawp. prises toe tW jiWto AFEP .ojUCTION Minjit.KSUoiio, Ky., June 18. The "in sorro'Sff alialt thou brin forth Kentucky Press association, a curse "Eras pro- of about 2G'J editors and consisting children," that wives nounced, but the joy felt by eirery and daught' r arrived on theirspecial a Eother Trhen she first presses to train ut ii:i5 Thursday night. her heart her babe, prores tho They were met at the depot by i .1 ffai&? At a. a -. W 11 a 1 -t- r9r-'r-w 1 1 HnnHTHING Every Merchant OUGHT 10 USE. f llmml i S gpes . li " " . . 1 1 "Alt the 1 "Mother's Frfehd" the UuMne-- s Men's association and several other ciubs aud escorted to their liotels by Company F, cf tue state guard, and Crouch's band, of Knoxville, At 8 o'clock Thursday night a grind reception was given at the Middlesboro. Friday' t prcramma w'dl be the mot enjoyable affair ever experienced at any of their gatherings. 'lhero will bi excursions to all points of intenst, boitin ', fishing, cycling and mountain eliinbin. MINISTER CRAFT n t Ilnvlnic Klllrd Two SIso t'nnf II- - llroK- - lMw on th 1 Itiit-Mnil. 1 T l8 1 m. Our !0 a Winner" n " BfW Loves I fv 'Ninety-Seve- W K --k j- - Complete Line cf "HAMILTON" y As tho enables the mariner to aold kunken rocks and slioalx, ho Or. Hell's wards orT the serious of a couRh neglected. It storn the cough aud cures the cause. 1 was serlonMy affected with a cou;n for Si rears. I&ld hundrrds of dollars to doctor! and for medicine, but cverjrtblm; tailed antll I tried Vr. Bell s rhlj wonderful remedy saved rar life," bell-buosonse-quenc- that the without jUTOGRAPHICG PKK KNT "foriettlnc to rhnrse," 1"KK KNT disputes oyer account. I'RKVKMr tuintukea of all kinds. ACUlUtATKLV record CHll sales, SAVK MAKE three bills 11 1 one writing. Used by Retailers EEHrwHERE. book-keepln- 1 i 1 W 1 lotizrcti ggdgg I se illi msfflugimm 1 iGloomy -r llen-jam- iu , ington trait, tne pr.mitivo Haptist minister, on trial in tne Floyd c.rcuit court for tho murder of I.indcll 11 years a'o,was p.aicd on the witnehs stand Thursday m lrmng. lie denied killing Higgins, cla ming he was 4 J miles owny at the time the dei-was committed. A big sensation was sprung when on Craft broke down and admitted killing his uncle, Wiley Craft, and William Look, 15 years ago. Craft has long been &uspected of killing these men, but it was not positively known, until Thursday. Craft expected to be acquitted on the charge of killing Higgins, but will be heid for the murder of Craft and Ilitr-gin- s, cross-examinati- Paintsvii.i.k, Ky., June 18 Wash- DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- eyf Is a guaranteed cure for all throat, lung and chest troubles, including asthma, Lb bronchitis. Grlne, whooping cougb, croup. ode, II bou)- AD Jrarlil-t- t. or J. B. EOS EL, GraotsbarK. 111. Write for circular. Hamilton AntofiraDhlc Register Co. HAMILTON, OHIO. mjiy23-b- I 4 PVf arethe ' Supreme of cur $- - - i uVSM? , m- Pt5? '. -- Bissolulion Notice! toOSS1' has Thn firm of Sh ickelforJ A. pa tnerfliiii, K. L. fltntry rttinnj?, 1). continuing the bus.uc-i- s aa J. Hh.i(.kcHonl itret fore. dis-olv- ed tut "Q T ay "U etealfe iAAAAAsAAAJI 27-- 20 Tk E. X. Hatkrrlua .. riMlarak, Sj. aIM ri rHpt f irlc bj Years o? - . m .:; JiTWlV. Myiay r.- ... - -- -- m n- - ! k Xtff r v. rrlONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. CHICAGO jC L953KI 1 ZZW T0EX Jo-sep- Cook. . R E A D Y -T--0w s s-- I "" i n urth-lla- n, Tur-keyfo- U'lin-aatc- d ry Pub.ic-spirite- miles around. Nearly everybody ti a straight in this c.ty and vicinity was awakened by the concusion, and Mrs. Lucy Newspaper. 0 Anders in, who lives in this county on "B. the Georgetown pike, was so badly For tlieJFrec Ccinagoof Silver. frigatjned that she fell dead. The "Piir c! was unprecedented. It fell only For ihe Chicago Platform. rain a few minutes, but the gauge showed Nominees. the precipitation to be 1.34 inch. A 3rand, three ;riideH. Vt'V can paenii For theD3moeratie many shade trees and much juonev Send us u trill order; on ill For the Interestof the Masses. great shrubbery suffered from tho high lie elad Willi our produt-L-- . wind. plciseil to heiiriroin country All the Latest Telegraphic iHftrnlii'ii Pocket-RooStnN n News. l'liAMiFor.T, Ky., June IS. James Ross, White All the Ditest State News. y Callery, a Iegro at the hotel I'lOIIMOVD, Kv. 40 A 11 theLatest Market Reports Frankfort, was placed in jail here by Detective Jefferson and charged with CI. PEFFEP'S Correct Market Reports. larceny It is alltged that he broke 15. Peters a guest into ihe room of J. Correct Court Reports. tit the hotel, and took a pocket-boo- k Reliable News Reports. , i A new. rtilaMo und raf rolif rorwirta containing 5300 worth of notes and waut or pil.i id j.. 't 'lpros.M, n. Now iisi r y over co,0 eO Honest Editorial Policy. money. is a deputy c. Peters tj w.? ladles. dome lie. It. iirutewt' -oivacs.V&w9 United Mates marshall of Lawrence co w aro -cf Jucj:isrus I f- -r swa'l telly tnt county, and had brought some prison'f Prf- in plainImi, nii.r. loi ft. ie In T cClimax '. v llle Dispatch and The 75 J Send SI. oacyear or tf fled ers here for trail before the federal 1TKKI flJIV'tVcourt. i..St".jATIO, CUIn.iu. Rojular Price Wee: Dispatch Slid bv Kielni.ond Dru Co. and W. Th. ttl'e ($1.00) and Climax ($1.25), Paducaii, Ky.,Juue 18. J. T. Lents, G. AVhite. $2.25. u promiaent furiner and cofliu maker, L'eiiton, Marhung m the suburbs at TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Tho era think simple shall tonniy, left Thursday morning Wanted-- An Idea of some patent? tbinic to at i o'clock for parts unknown. He Taie Laxatirc Bronio Quinine Tablets. AH Protect your Ideas: the-- mif bring too. wealth DrupKists refund the raony if JOHN WFUDEKBlinN ft CO- - Patent left a note, saying that he had gone, 2c For sale by W. G. lute, it fails to Cuir. Write Washlnfrtmt. D tX, for their JI.WI prlroAttoroffer Dnijnst, neys, bat di in't Know when he would renich3-CKy. and list of two hundred Iutcuuous wanted. of Mrs. turn lie i the father-in-laNancy Leut, who mysteriously disappeared a short time sinco and was pone several weeks. Personal troubles with a relative are supposed to be the Q7 DURING A STORM A TerrlUc Clnp of Tltnndrr rrlghtened a Woman t Dsnth. LrxttQTOx, Ky., June 18. At 1:30 Our fnctory on Jjinrel Street in Itich-iiKiiis now niuiiiiiir, ami we are Thursday morning there was a terrific of ll't prepared to fill 01 tiers for explosion, apparently of electricity, shooic which hout.es the for Subscribe Wow! THE.. Retail 5elesrooii5: 133 Dearborn 5t Chicago 87-S- 9 Ashland Ave. SUPPLY THE TRADE x .kH i 11 14-l- .V nl lit "Mb BittapJ" " mi imw dispatch . docsattc: T MWI.1. ' il i. ui n W mer-chaut- imi7aiUii slw ijii v G ftT.Ti Jrk 7 v r AWAV i (.jlc .1 U l 11 Bli. Lull .1 !,,. 1 Is to j. ,..i:. au ppe r -- M. ,.1 ,, ! J,., p .,, tu i.u, Hf! U Y S s. uc k. bell-bo- 0 o, rK"r f rT?v "- -z Vt m 1 -- - N Silta-'on- - ,H L U- rnlhl, .i-j- ' T-.!- 1 l .--t ?r-- 4 n Fi3iy &- -r.- &' r?r i. Wwr SM j Kich-n.on- d. w cause. llVaYY Cheap Casli Groce A Dylue; rr.AMiroKT, be-twe- Kea-tuek- drs V Wcrthmgton Thursday afternoon pardoned William Starr, who was. serving twd year- for manslaughter Starr was the town marshal of Kden, Martin county, and killed a man who was resisting arrest. Milton Burgess, a lifo prisoner from Grant county, was also pardoned, lie is in a dying condition. S ld th Trarlior' Questions. WicnnsTr.i:, Ky., Juue IS II. M. Fults, of Carter county, arrested here charged with selling the questions for the teachers examination, was tried before Judge Jouett Wednesday afternoon and fined 75 and costs. When arrested a pistol was found on hii perHe son and he w ill be tried for that. refus-- d to tell how he obtained the questions. .Icruinl of a Glrl Murder. Padccah, Ky., June 18 Excitement is increasing at llinton, Ky., over the trial of Noah Franklin in the Marshall county circu t court for the murder of Duiiy Sullivan, aged 15, and her unburn child last October. Out of 100 only three jurors men first were secured, nnd another panel of imp-ineled Convict 1'ardonvd. Ky., June 18. Acting-Gov- . h v xv -ri -t- SAIND FRUIT HOUSE Opened next door to Richmond National Bank. quote a few of our prices : . . for Arbuckle's CoIfee211.s. for Beet Brand Canned Corn 7J,c, 2 foi JIe!,t Brand Canned Tomatoes 3 ca is lor Best Miple Lear Lard. 4 lbs. for Red Star Wash Boards . Bet Coil OH per Ration Pure Stick Candv 2 Ids. for Furc Mixed Candy 2 lbs. Tor Ecstfiranul-itertSnirarMlbs- '' Al s& Below we $100 25 1 0i2'p srv iT t Ttrv J, && . , r c - .. . 25 25 I") 15 15 ia me a call and be convinced. Je3-l- y Other goods iu proportion to numerous to mention. "Wholesale aud Retail. Give i. HARGQLEN, Proprietor. marine ultlt-nii- d Icti t -- a nti.fr c i a verb- - nttvi rl-.h. cvti'i'K'Wilbfii n i w .t etc it uuti thi nnn Hoi Ve einl ia y Hir ti-- t. Th i if II m hi w Tiif I. t I itfe re! ri i l 111 r ht I mlimt-- 1 ! s't-fii- a l luru for in tue i r l Ho Ua &vji r ai X 1 ch fwr uw h..Hv Ur;e. tm .to.mctcf awi l r n Kil V, h co n ( r rf v h rh I t l r kit- - I eicn. Th U r t- c . itliV "1 i t irx t o Alnt-iiijiih.3 t at- - i acu .44e.d- - - ,1 u ie-- . . il rarj uruI ritr i a i ! 1-- 5 antl - (. 4 ytc-4- in l 4 tiftH to itiarwi nt rlta Wnai --Kt -. nM I "!t c r r Iim! 11 a 1 .1 pa , e x- hl n cr i!ih oniv n t - tco-"r- jr r i for j o u e i c r U th re 311 rn- or v nocnn rnu t e ate, c t r ao e vottls. uf IIiI acj f T' timet in it i 01 ri .. can tc II AA " mttidiTR t - h ! tl Tr in 1 tvRf'fh hinct. !l ut X. up . . juith i fro h- - le.Wi : kS. Ue t a a tj.mtar! !i e r"iilW in t JIJMDA V" V l u c an t V rN - ' ry S m l. t fin r r i i it: tt yitu.iit mn GIVES THE GOHSUMER SATISFACTION, HIGH GRADE WORK Consequently Is best for the Dealer to handle. A Full Line of BUGGIES, SURREYS, Wi-- gj 100 was At II s Thursiay. s ten-ye- ar llriitiK-r'- Condi-nin- e Har-.-oisba- rnMCKoiiT, ICy., June IS. Justice Jonn M. hnrlan of the United States B lpreine court was here lhur3Jay to attend the funeral of his brother, Judge James Ii.irSun, who was killed on Tuesday. by a trjin ne- -r A lar eoncourse o friends followed the remains to the grave. Loui-ville Futiernl. rilAETONS, E0AD ATAGOXS, Arc, CwWWLW17 fMatmmmMiXX -- Send for Catalogue and Prices. 3ip joirxtrat p woiN t redp err p tH aten ii.i, to h hh . avy f t9 w nf ! a.? h sn un iua! in Mil o. Tkk Si .SorTHf rke .i k br tif IH unit S".iCs tlj h am th t fatttoj- - 'ah JKlr h. T. . Hf h tirart4 m rt rs r t m !. 'he ti-iel v !! r 'undo . I irt be ir m 1 tic. Th r. 11 Jt t' rfari vi ifMJt Th" r.r - nt de-Ji is t, if ur is til o r wi b c If ., u 0 av, 1 t IV member ei ery cru ?i in .e a pr qi ujoi T S up, of ' f. vr t.ir 10 ft ur Hia'A n V ri p r i . vrr 1 p-r-- " se il . t r. rimi ' i s luf . t t l a -- ( 1 3 a- - - . 1. 1 t r j- 1 1 Kc-a-r xrw P- -! atruo 1 In r e iif 9 n t . iu wa it 11"' IHI ," '.VU hhiiIii . AUThxsiwtn JU'V'IIL' -- II.-- tj",x; nj.- &c ,.,. Manuf-rfu- re stiiiB All WorJ: --- 41 DR. PETER PLUCK'S fr Great German Remedy, si. n.3x! . oi ) vj?. 1!,' Guaranteed. i. -- CRAWFORDSV1LLE, IND. ICaC-ViWK- c . .' DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS ma im mMMmwwLBM Cat er IN THE WRITE. sh r. iu Sniolded liy 5'Miotlnir. Ky., June 18. Miss Grkrxvii.-- k, Mamiu Mount, a ery popular youny woman, daughter of Thomas Mount, who re:Jjd at Hi.ls'Je. about three miles from th s place, committed suicide by hootitij herself with a pistol. Arr itHl Hi rt;ed With U ibbrry. LvxiNGtox. Ivy., Jano IS. P. J. In- ttj - em ". KE Immediate Ecllef Positive Cure c: (Opprwite (ilMidf n -- oi- Country Produce Bcught ir.d ..'.l. Hmiie-V.x-.- d t Cj-h- :! Price CO YEARS' CXFERIENCC. mar-riage,- of gram and El Adainon, employed on L'slie OimbS too.ieo puutaiion, were arrested 'j hurtrfar on the eharge of robbing Postmaster E.ijan S iyjrs, of Walnut IluK Tui-- s ay 'uq-n-Ill- MmVl fiim its P II Ml IVvm Forthe -- nd m I Pife---5---- fSSSssSiSv- Anyone Convi-nJlo- ference between Cincinnati whisky man and local distillers, which it was said would be held here Monday to talk over proposed legislation affecting the whisky business, did not materialize. The local d stillers say they were not notified of the plan, which is said to have been under thj direction of John U. Pogue, of Cincinnati. Gov. Worthingtoo Monday afternoon commuted the death sentence of Dn-lar- d llainey, of Clark county, who was Xnt .Mxteri itlze. Louisvii.u:, Ky., June 15. The con fJ ,W 1 s 1 U ft ttf . z ' .' jm il-- ll V.l' f "5 ATT 7 IJ frs' i . m W&a- -v -- Indorsed by physicians of the highest standing. NEURRLGIfl. S LE quickly neccrt-iln- , free whetuer an lnren' - 3 probably patcitaUe. Conmur lct!nra t -- t conildentUU. Oldest agency 13 In America. Vfo liare a WasbinKton cllee rVsffa sketch rndDESICKS. COPYRSCHT3 cilhij i ilescrlptlc-- d TRADE HARKS, Ai-- - r rateuts taifn throush Mucu pedal notice lvhe ; Co. rcccT Fot -1 2 5o. per "box. BY AU. DkUCCISTS. R. H. HQNSTOeX 'i! ' CHEMICAL CO., I V uv. wl llii 12i 1 HANNIBAL, MO. " - ii V v .1, .AD ""J"-"-" SGIENT1FI0 AMERiGAK, lanlfnlly lncstrated. lirsst cirmlntion rf S?r.sc,oat,3c Vwraal. weekly, terra. 3ju a year Lgslz months. J?eclBMa eupifs ard J Book os IUtexts Mctfree. AcMree. MUNN & CO., 361 Broatlnny. Ncr York. liA-N27 si t w Bean-cham- p, Fkankfoiit, Ky., June Dtti Srnteuc- - Commuted. 15 Acting f$k yg$: train-wreck- iJ.73.(W.-lowRradd- O. to bue teen hangvd at Winchester '1 uesday, an J young Ualney will spend the remainder of his life in tho penitentiary along with his father. Mat Eainey, who is also sentenced for lifo for complicity in the same offense. - - Kin-sell- a, era-ploy- ed tt(-0C- horn-bl?fiea- th train-wreck- " d tho heroine of Jessamine county, on account of sacrificing an arm to save the lifo of her slater Mary, who was carght in grist mill iu 1S7, is dead from the eftjct. of typhoid fevc. Miss llutherforl wan a mcinbjrof the order ot Daughters of the Revolution Kur.rcl for Itl'ler- Fjiankfjiit, Ky , June 15. Acting Gov. Wort itnrtoi. Monday issuel a proelam itiou o.f erinj- a rewail of Si00 in eacu ease for tne unknown raiders who burn cl turnpike brid rs and t o.her deprulatio ia Mureer county. 11 1 com-niitt- a Ketitucr iluromo Dnad. Ky., June 13 Miss Julia l.utherford, who was dubbed A KICUOLA.SVIM.K. - ' mchSl-6- m Wji Q W3l . LLARD HOTEL 9 r.. xoxris"rixxJa3) -- OOOCOO'' -- m I' r I Has Recently Yard3of-3rilli:m- been Converted Ialo a raedern Palace Halls and Entrnnco nre Jfarble aad Tiling' of tho Finest Qua4ity. 1 merl-eo,- X " LuxiXOTwN, Monday rroniiiig t..e association groauds and track were ordersi hold by the c reuit court on the p jlhion of Char e Green, oT St Tjoui, who holds a mortgug.i on the property for S33,- Duet l to Unlit a tlr. Richmond, Ky., June 15. The directors of tile Madison count' fair 1- - tl Ky, Ho SoM. June 15. 2000 t, - - ... -- HIT S, Nej? Volyot Carpet Adorn tlie Floors PAKIilllls AN!) ISPPBU IUI.L. - - - furnishings, it is imperative that the old accounts be settled. You see how that is. All work and no play makes Veeder and John dull boys. " Get one of our statements of your to this lirin? "We are sure you have overlooked it, and take this method of urging- a prompt settlement of your account. In order to keep up- - our unapproachable stockof dry goods and ladled - blood-make- flesh-builde- r, BnuUfu!ly Decorled and BrH- .llantlylj ghted,. r Its Equipments throughout are wit? iat a Superior in the South, rato of Din!r.g-Roo- m Offices 2nd COME r -- nr-iH Hocs-Prlmej- ight d oae-ce- nt - if - H ykt a. .,..-: if - 1 - ' & tl '& ril' S c - U 4 9 ilr'- u;s n Cl 't tFr r ?' , association held a meeting ami to g;vj a monster fair, beginning July "7, the original datei given to Richmond by the l$luo Grass circuit, i Rupnbllo.n 6toto ( onreotloa. Louisvili.- -, Ky., June Tho re-pbiicanstte uonyeutioB to nopjitate es&didate .for elerlr of .tWe&aoart of r . "", . n j. a tiAxii 'IflW?" city.ku au4.""wmnv a U this s sec xn I decided .... Charges Considered, tro yv w - ; tafe . - . li 4 1 1 a il ' n&T 1 't ' . - . 'v ,-- Jti :3L . k.. 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