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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r w I TIlE RICHMOND CLIMAX 1 I VOLUME 26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 1899 t 5Ol e5 1 ttvs OovU 4 MM Tnl B it1c LIfe ls 6 Society 4OFTIt1tJNITEDSTtTES GRIGSBY MUNCEY General Agents Eastern Ken tucAy- PROFESSIONAL t t CARDS ATTORNETS Rw MILLER ArrORNEYAT4JWR- ICHMOND jKBHTUCKT dirt in the nurniim Building next doorto riTg National hank feb3ly J ZL SJIJt72ArmHNEAr RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olliiv over Taylors Hardware store op posite Court House on Main Street T HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW UiiiMoxn KENTUCKY Dilie No 13 First St np stairs 3130 JC DM OIIENAULT TTORNEYS A T LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofliie on Second street over Clien aults grocery PHYSICIANSi Oils GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY ie in the Joe c is lHHIding ii and an Sec onl Street Over W114e eM drugstore 27 CUAS HOOKER ETRRIXARY SURGEON Crntlwie Ontario reterinary College Vttrinary DrnUlltry and Sterility a Specialty i i lice up irtain oer utore recently accn p il in Kichmood Harness Co East Main 8t l ihiiioiid Kyapr7ly ll C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oilire Prather Buildine Main Street T Itphone at reNoleMe the Cnrr place on KtwUwiy- Ki iiMONu KENTUCKY EVANS il D Gw PHYSICIAN AND SCBOEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY itt T J TAYLOllIr- aeUtwner in JVdicine and Surgery RICIIMOND KENTUCKY eiOBlce and residence on Second Street DENTAL SU1EI- TattDT e iioore DEirriiT OP LIUISTIUR KY a rOnce next door to Onvernment HiilMIng R hmSnil Ky OlDce hours 9 to 121 lo 4 1711 D 7 FRED SMITH DENTIST nOiIlc over Collins Grocery same office atly o rupled by Dr W W Durgln janKly Dr Louis HLandfiian Nisig Wet Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio be at the Hotel Zlmmer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich nnd Ky ebl- 6l7ZLLOIETRA SHORT LINE TO S New Orleansif H Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis villc every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco Ask your ticket ascent for jMirtlcnl r or write AgentLouiviiietree Declining Chair Cars Louisville to- iemphis and New Orleans HANSON WM A KELLOND f P Chicago A nP ALonlovllIe tnn ke d Qho Ri1w y Time ol Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND ML Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 55 am Eastern for Louisville 7 30 am Morehead and Accom 300 pm NewYorkLimltedFFV4OpIUEAST Lexington and Morehexd Accont9 IS am New York Limited F F V H 58 am Lexington and Mt Sterling Accom 6 30 pm Washlnrton Kxprcss 9 23 pn Accommodation trains run dally except SUn d dallythrough car erileO to New York For information rates ornlceperrenervatlona all on or write K UOOD Agent lUchmood Ky or QEOKaK W AHNEY D D A C Jt O By Lexington Ky THCT BEST OP THEM ALL 1 1 ELEPPINCOTTS ZDNTHLYAQAZINS mtnin n cotTiplite Rcvsl In every nom 11 lUti Kit l4 J wjirlajjii iUiUi ntlcrIJto roiiirt iml ffarff c ijecf ourli to not raadrrf It iniil bi fi CTTT JiouEchold Sub Buriiuim 83OO y ir Agnls wuitteil Jn every town to whom the nwst liberal inducements will c otrrel1 J1 UPnilCOTT OOHPAST TttWtkHWi PHILAPCLPHIA i r r WHEN WE GROW OLD BT AXNIB a jiorxixs When we grow old dear love and from my eyes The light and brilliance of my hot yonth djesi And all the falrneu you are praising now Casts but Its wrath oer lip and cheek and brow While one by one our golden visions flee 1 ask youwill you love me faithlulljr When we grow old I When time shall turn these sunny locks to gray From my trim form all beauty take away When grace and ease and elegance are goneIAnd naught is left Lfirea fires to feed upon You whom I choose my king among all men Still your hearts queen shall I be reigning then When we grow old t God keep you ever happy try my side Though age may stem this fevered passion tide When worn and weary down Lifes vale we stray Be my hearts anchor as you are today Be my true love that hall the closer cling Through all the changes coming years may bring Our faith upheldcount this our lasting gain That we so live that Love undimmed remain When we grow old- WOMAJ t Whether sister friend sweetheart wife or mother a roinnn is the noblest work of God If sho be highminded and pure hearted she stands near the StinT VIletlfroln any cause she fails the descent is fo swift the distance so great the restoration is wellnich im possible Every man deserves to look upon his sister as a queen of all the virtues upon his sweetheart as a paragon of purity upon hie wife as a spot less priestess of love and upon his mother as an angel They are what ho lives for and for thorn ho would l rave all dangers and gladly die They are the pride of life their smiles illuminate the ruirced thprnstrewn path from the cradle to tho grave Their kiss is the balm of Gilead to his bruised and bleeding heart when others forsake disappointments sore and nil the worM is dark Cheered by a sitters aifection sustained by a wifes devo tion and nphuld by a mothers death Ifsgjove it is strange that man should fall by the WR side a victim of vice and hist Knowing slId loving his own so well it is nltuost incredible that he could lure to the hell of shame and ruin the sister daughter wife or moth eros other men Tho fall of woman hood is a sad and awful commentary upon the depravity iof mau Dici all men but keep the golden ruleliere would not VG aVwrecked home a blasted life a broken heart or fallen woman in the wide worUJ SKkcliahgR The Farniera llQine Joifrnal Sves the following advice to farmers wffifb just now is eimuetitlyaprj pGs Press dispatches announce that the farmers of time United itates especially those interested ill corn and wheat growing are working up a combination having for its object the storing and holding of their grain indefinitely so it can be placed on the market when prices are satibfactory The plan has been receiving attenlion through the grange and other Iarmers organizations for several years If cooperation of the farmers generally can bo secured they can to a large extent control the grain market Such a movement should Curmerslhutshould specially provide that millers should not be allowed to grind it up without paying for it as was so gen emily done with the last two crops This is a peculiar world says an au thority One man is saving money to build a house another trying to sell his for less than itcost to build it One is spending all the money he can make in taking iiii girl to the theatre and sending her flowers with the hopes of making her his wifex while his neigh bor is Ubinu whit money he has in gut ting a divorce Quo man escapes all time diseases iltwh is Ieir to and gels killed tin n railroad Another escapes with only a scratch and dies with the whooping cough One man stands off hit creditors and goes traveling to the lakiH or spring while another stays at home and pays life dehts Ex The lover of ease cannot have as his portion ucfefw greatness nor time best of nil good things goodness e iltiW OFitlfl- be- I L OI Poor clothes cannot maie paleIYour household cares may be heavy and disappoint ments may be deep but cannot make you look 1rhey falls thirlZ does it end is impossible t3iqoS young seventy years in your heir AlleYs Illi J Vigor permanently postpones the telltale signs of age according to directions it gradually brines back the color youth At fifty your hair may as It ct fifteen It thickens the hair also stops it from falling out and cleanses the scalp from dandruff Shall vrc send our book 6n the heir and Its Diseases The Eesi Advice Free If you o not obtain all tbe t n 1BU vou exiiccled iron the na of vie Xleor write tho iStctor about It irbaby there Is sums dllllculty- with r Itnerul system mar be eillv tmOYsd Ua AYL 1Ru igM ABSOLUTElY PURE BEING ONES SELF The Pilgram Every person shoula have a person ality an individuality peculiarly his own There is but little excuse for the existence of anything or anybody that is only an echo or shadow of somebody else The young nina who per sistently seeks to become a second edi tion of some capable or noted man of iiis acquaintance will usually succeed only in imitating his foibles anti Imperfections Time one pursuing such a course never attains a high degree of efficiency or nsefnllncsa in the world Many students und young writers are prone to affect time literary style of some favorite author Unfortunate it he who yields to this tendency One should glean from many fields eat dl geM and issimulato the mental food thus obtained i and then from time tieas ured store from time mint of his own mind coin thoughts in language forim all his own Not lonir ago time noted an thor Dean Howells was questioned zu to the effect upon lila literary style ol his extensive reading of other authors His answer was No doubt they had their effect as a whole but individually I was freed from the last by each suc ceeding author until at length I cams to understand that I must be like my self and no other The learning ol this lesson was no doubt tho most val uable of sill over learned in time literary experience of Mr Ilowells ann happy is that young writer who learns this same lesson early in his career lie Foulest TlieSur Pons AH doctors told Renick Hamilton ol West Jefferson 0 after suffering IS months from Rectal Fistula ho would die unless n costly operation was per formed but he cured himself with five boxes of Buck Ions Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25 coats a box Sold by Parry Thomas Druggist 4 THAT NOISE Atlanta Constitution What kind of a noise did the train make before it struck time wagon ask ed the court It made a doggon big noise replied time witness Cant you express it better than timatV Well sir I mout say it made a devil of a noise Worse still snit the court Try againNow jedge paid the witness del recatingly you air leadin me over my eddication limits All I kin say Isit made a devil of a noise which air not quite BO loud an deefnin as a hofa noise An Associated Press telegram from Columbus Ohio says that at Wednes days session of tho American Medical Association a sensational report was presented on tho cure of consumption by Francisque Crotte a chemist of Paris France Crotte has cured more than one thousand cases ot hopeless consumption and in support of his statement he offered to treat and cure gratis five hundred consumptives from different Slates in the union Time treat ment is very scientific and consists ot a formal de hyde vapor transported di rectly through the tissues by aid of light tension of static electricity He is establishing a sanitarium at Pekin Illinois nUll clinics at New York Chi cago and Los Angeles A niimbur of eminent physicians are of the opinion that an absolute cure for tuberculosis has at last beenfotind Jloriims News Comes from Dr D Jl Cargilo of Whashita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric flitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and faceand the best doctors could give no helpjbiit her euro is com pleto and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supremo remedy for eczema letter salt rheum ulcers boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up tho strength Only 5U cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 THE PUI1ITY OF FORTY ROD WHISKEY I Hew Orleans TimesDemocrat The general impression that cheap whiskey in a weird mixture of chemicals aud never saw a still Is a glCt lUis take taut an export in tile liquor busi ness The truth Is that Hie Mull sold at grog eries for 5 cents a glass is al most absolutely free from any chuuiical adulterants It is simply hihproof spirits diluted about 100 per clint with water and toned up with a verylittle glycerine which giverf it smoothness Time brown color is cine to an iuflnitesi inal quantity ol burnt sugar and some times little head oil made from turpentine is added to produce a sparkle l1tS drops will ilo time work for a bar ret ueh whiskey is practually pore in the ordinary ucceptanee of the term but I tlont mean to intimate fur a lime maUl that il idlitto drink for it isnt If it wasnt for time water it would scar the throat like vitriol aud even diluted it wilt iiiako an ordinary man tieostan Moreover it has1 a horrible coppery flavor that soaks Into tile palate and stays there for hours All tiitit disappears with age hence the necessity tor keeping whiattoy in the wurul ous and letting it mature as the eayinc soeo The IIIlturlngols snit to remove time fusel oil butt VeiUtfre to doubt iu As I remarked before however time cheap stuff ia not a clioiriical compound Al though hundred of lrtJplt have woikiil at timO prolJIW IItIlI tIUIItIlff dI lars have ben wjnantifrtd uu their experiments Aubo v iiiia ever fcUuoe ed in rnaitiifittUtirititi suhititntB that would deceive even plautution darky If one could bi found it WIII1 eururii Its IIcuv rrlt ouud till ircamB 01 aTarie i er 0r QQ RAKING POWDER ILVALUE OF QUIETUDE The PHcrimJ- Be careful to shut the door after you but while you are doing so chut it carefully Dish you ever notice the difference in the way doors are treated in the various households with which you are acquainted When traveling oil railroad trains have you ever ob served how some brakemen throw time car door to with a deafening crash which threatens to knock the end ot tIlt car out on the platform while othert cloce it so carefully and quietly tints those who are not looking are iinnwim that they have entered time car Whicl brakemdii would you prefer should have charge of your car In whicl household would you prefer to live where time doors arc eliiin tiled or where very one takes thought to close then inietly Have you dined in different restau rants or hotels in large ckiesand notices the money value of elegant qnietudi and refinement In some places yot nayo paid for your entertainment per naps twice aa much as in othern auci yet your bill of fare was not much dif ferent but the WilY it was served gays you a far different sensation In tilt first place you felt as if you were takiuj your meal fceding tmong the scullionI in time kitchen in the midstof slamming doors and stamping feet and rattiin dishes while in the otherand more ex pensive not a footstep was heard every door swung on velvet no two dishet ever seemed to touch You enjoyed the quiet tile calm and time peace and when you looked at your bill you real ized that thoughtful and elegant quietude has a money value To the proprietors of that hotel or restaurant and to the waiters and others who serve tiieretlit quiet has a money value for there are many of timers who have money to use who are willing to pay twice the money for the same food when the service is quiet and reflnd The proprietor real- Izes his profit and the waiters appreciate their high wagesund the generous htlIII of their pleased and satisfied patrons There is a lesson in this Young peo pie who shut the door with a slam do not realize how far the sound and wind of that banging dour may carry until it deafens ears that otherwise might listen to their requests for preferment and blows away many bright prospects ol success which seemed so possible of ful filment Boys and girls young people shut the door and shut it quietly Let that act be indicative of your gentle thoughtful carefulness through life and many doors which you desire to enter will be opened to you which otherwise would ho locked against you SAVED THE SECRET Cincinnati Enquirer He had been out late Whan he reached his residence the church clock was chiming five Heavy weary disgusted he opened the front door with some difficulty and softly he toiled up stairs enterini tIme bed chamber with elaborate caution Thank goodness she was asleep He dropped Into a chair and with out taking off his coat or hat began lo remove his shoes One he placed with great care upon the floor but alas as he took off the oilier it slipped out of Ills hand and fell with a loud noise Wifey awoke on time inatait She looked at him an then at time summiirsunligbt that streamed thioiigh the blinds Why Oeorge what art yon getting up so early for rjiabout reprieve Why my dear replied George with the clearest enunciation of which he Wilt capable I found I couldnt sleep so 1 thought Id get up and go out ansi take a out the poor wretch went drag ging himself round wearily for an hour upon the verge of tears and torpor The best way for a spinster to im prove her lot Is to build a house on it and put some good man in the house A phrenologist says large bumps on a mans head often indicate muscular wife People who are down on gos8ipdont often say so until after they have heard the gossip FOR HOUSEWIVES ITIPSA stitch in time eaves nine Never let a child sob itself to sleep Soot covered with salt is easily brushed up Sponge bluck silk with spirits to re vive it It ruins a piano to keep itstanding In draught Lflmonsstowcd separately in dry sand keep freshIAn egg beaten up in milk is a good pickmeupA taken at night affords re residue slcop Whiting and lime juice clean ivory knife handles nriilml cloves kept among furs fright en moths away When you want to cut whalebone warm it by the fire Where greise is spilt on wool cold later should follow Time hucy housewife nhouM get an hours sleep in the afternoon Glycerine and lemon juice in equal proportions whiten the hand Apply arnica to a biuise if the skin unbroken If broken wash the bruise ind apply va line STRAY SHOTS However steep may he ones life path ray let him ever remember that suc ess can be found nowhere billow the nouiitiiinn summit Time discipline therein may seem most severe but it la a fact that our most val uable lesons are often learned iu time 4cho il of difficulty He is not wise and acts not to profit who seeks Mjlllude foCally purpose III er than that of fortifyinghimticlf better to meet his follows aud do them good Perfect harmony between profession and practice is a mot imjiortant part of thehnow song which every true child of God learns early in his Chris tian experience RECONSTRUCTED GRANITE A new fireproof material is made of granite chips pulverized molded into form and fused together at a tempera ture of 3 000 degrees Fahrenheit It can be heated red hut and thrown into cold water without being injured It resists the action of acids and alkalies and is frostproof having been tested by lique fled air at a temperature of 350 degrees below zero without ininry Its crush ing strength ia very high At Niagara Falls a test showed that it required 56 600 volts to penetrate about onehalf inch of this material A New England politician who hasnt the most roseate views of expansion dull experiences many qualms because of our reachingout tendencies told a Wnshington friend the other tiny who Hxpoatulated with him because he hadnt come over to attend the Peace Jubilee that he guessed he was a little in the position of a countryman he know up his way A revival was being held iu time little town and all the vii lagers were there Time preacher had them worked up to a point where they were all on their knees except one old sinner named Goss He came down to GOBS seat and putting his arm around him a ked- Brother Goss what has the Lord done for you- Nuthin to brag about begosh1 re plied GoniExchmango- During the recent hot spell a Wash ington housekeeper made her mid week pilgrimage to time Centre Market and of course everybody sellersand buyer showed time dices of the intense heat ltm one good old colored mummy spokeIIiant itV Deed tis chile deed tis chimed in Auntie I tells you tint forty yeahs ago when degjodLawd made de weilder we didnt hue uo slch sizzlin IHVH as dese but sence doso here wed er bureau mens taken to tixen It tiC j ea sends us anything dev likes nut they aint Fkilfnl chile dey aint skilful ExcimaimguIA rent In your clothes may be the accident of a moment but a patch looks like premeditated poverty Some peeople get no sympathy when they are sick because they complain bo muchwhile they are well Some people art to well aware of their own virtue that they overlook those of the rest of humanity A man who never talks may he a fool hut he lies sense eiiuugimto cunceal his diiiieiifiuiis Womans Mysterious Ills Explanation of their nature by Dr Hartman who tells how 10 cure them trOUNG I j women are constantly pUr about their health In t9dec female troubles puzzle all haveIdistresssa matter of guesswork The S whole quuJon is shrouded in professional mystery Tr Ilartmuns book for women called Health and Beauty treats these matters with delicacy and at the same time with clearness Write to the Pertjsa Medicine Company Columbus 0 for it It is mailed free It js n practical printed tat to women Dr Hartman defines womens diseases as catarrh and tells haw Pcruna cures them Mrs C C NaeveSSC Morrison St Portland Ore writes as follows Perutta Medicine Co CtJUI US OIDEAlt SmnsI began to take Peru na when I lived in Columbus 0 ia 1887 and have used It and tha Mivnalin ever since whenever 1 needed medicine 1 have never found an equal to Pernna for regulating the menses and before to take it I was never regular mind always had more or less pain I had tried many different medicines before I saw Pernna but without success There is nothing mysterious mttho action of Pernna It is not a carenil but it cures catarrh wherever located and there may be catarrh in any organ of the bodyas all ate lined with mucous membrane Mrs M C Veil 504 Walnut St Columbia pasafshI have been troubled nrith catarrh and n soreness my bowels for I tried everything thrtt wu Ucomuicnded I tried Pcruna and am happy to say that I am now entirel well I prV llnrtmnns advice may 1Io11Jlw1tho charge by my woaa a who will Snfe flH ills book on also mailed free It Kftolaii Ut NWcroU tiJMtcat All strtseti iaU Pmt 7 a r ft j tI DHtKnK The Leading Spsciallsis of America Q 20 YEARS IN OHIO E 250000 Cured H- WECURESTRICTUREI Thousands of oen cml miJJIo need P men are troubledvith ibid disease I unconsciously TboymtybaoBrmalt ing sensation small tnirtiner stream V harp cutting rains at times tlicbtdir Kcharge difficulty in commencing Vcak forgans cmtMOD and ell tho symptoms tHIncTun fi you cutting stretching or teL irg you Xhjswiil nteureu rs itwill rr TJt1ATEXThencoremoresthoetrictaropermancnlly can never return No pain no fuffer inc no dotcntion from imtiners our method Thosexuatorganaroptrengtb- ened The nerves are invigorated nnJ the bl its of manhood retUr- DsWECURE GLEETt1Thousand of young and mildloagot men are having their fcittl igor anti vitality continually sapped by this disease They are frequently uncoiucioun I of the eaace of these symptoms General Weakness Unnatural Difchargcs Fail lug Manhood Ncrvnuroer 1oor Jlcm ocr Irritability nt tirnr Smarting Sensation Hunken tFeO with dark circle Weak Back donors Ieprcinn Lack nt Ambition VDricocoloJthmnkon r 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4EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN = CORES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBKS iv MAIL TS CENT BOTTLES CENTS JW F W4LI 3 r1 IS JId MM 1srUMiSi ftO = For le by PERRY T1OMAh5Iruggitb jn1ty ic c F f r 2 w J iTrill The Richmond Climax JCCiievAUL7 tPrPrktorJ fad EditorA D MILLER C a WOODS Auoclate Editor WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 laW PUBLIIiUJU EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co IRICTfl PElt YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET POI HAILUOAI COMUISSIONK1E 3u fIST COL A W HAMILTON OK MT bTRLIN- OANNOUNCEMENT FOil AUDITOR We lire authorized to announce JOHN B CHBKAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention von KEPRBSKNTATIVB We are authorized to nnnounccM H WILL IAMS a candidate forthe Legislature subject to the action of tne Democratic party We are authorized to announce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Ken tucky to the will of the Democratic 4tparty IFORCOOXTT CLERK We are authorized to announce ARCH KAVANAUQH DOTY for Count Clerk lucject to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce C M RAY DURN a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS 8acandidate for County Cleric subject to the- action of the Democratic party FOB SHERIFF We are authorized to announce SOIlS F WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic f party We are authorized to announce JOHN W IIALLARD of White Station a candidate for Hheritf subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aethorized to announce MARTIN TRY a candidate for Shrlffot Madison JOBlII subject to the action of the Democratic it party JFORASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Wo are authorized to announce JAS L UAKBK a candidate for Assessor of Madison coynty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party 1 Democratic Committee Meeting At a meeting of the Democratic corn initteu of Madison county held at the court house in Iticlunond Ky on Monday May 1st 1899 it was ordered that a mass convention be held in each voting precinct in Mmlison county on Saturday July 1st ISOJ at 2 oclock p in to select delegates to a county Dem t ocratic convention 10 be held at the Court House in Richmond Ky July 3 to nominate a Democratic candidate to 1m voted for as Representative for 1 Madison county in the next General i Assembly of Kentucky The basis representation in each voting precinct shall he one delegate for each fifty votes cast in the respective precincts for the Democratic electorial ticket for President in 1800 and onciote for each fraction of twentylive votes or more cast at said election The members of Madison county Democratic committees residing in each voting precinct shall call the precinct convention to order and preside while the convention is in session and certify the result to the county convention top he hold on the 3rd of July All known Democrats and others who supported the Democratic electo ral ticket for IVeMent in 1SOO and those who pledge themselves to sup port the nominees of the county Demo crntic convention shall he entitled to participate in the precinct conventions J n CiiBXAUiTUhm WILLIAM JETT Sec MK JUItJl D CiiKxuLT and several hundred friends art in Louisville this week milking finnl arrangements for Olle Jlmlisii county statesman to suc ceCIl another as Auditor of tlietStato of CaptnlnStoneJove John B more JUIKSK TAHVIN poured hot shot into the national administration on the 5trUst question Iat week while char saidttTiiere is absolutely no hope that t can indulged in by the people of the United States that the national administration whose duty it is to destroy these trusts can destroy these trusts who can destroy them whenever it chooses to do it will do so Time attorney general of the United States the officer created for the pur pose of prosecuting violators of law the officer created for the purpose of thingslike toLutato of New Jersey by the trusts who was created by the trusts who is owned by the trusts today C1F1BroerCo11 LEXINGTON KY JuneCurtains utyJuneyouthAJunesite time of the year the most perfect image of life Time June days make summer fixings im perative and no thrifty house can afford to ignore our invitation to examine our assort H Crtin and Dra uy GnOOQs reduced horn 12j 3inch China Silks pattern Curtains 60 inches wide SS 60 pair new S250 Fancy tripe Ore tolOcayardJI Roman Stripes for doors at jOe ISp COc at 275 l Hookers 175 and 2 jiJ C1F1BroerCo1 MAIN AND BROADWAY Iyj j1f ij THE Louisville and Nashville railroad is out in a statement relative to its abandonment of the coal trade in Ken tucky The circular states that though the long and shorthaul clause of the Inter state Commerce act was incorporated verbatim In the Kentucky statute the Court of Appeals of this State has con strued it differently from the construc tion of Supreme Court and no as to prohibit any reduction of rates for a long haul unless authorized by the Railroad Commission probibitsof Kentucky to Louisville the com petitive marknt in which the Kentucky surplus in disposed of but does not prohibit shipment of Tennessee and beingdonecloses wih the statement that while the courts decision practically shuts competitlveabout half the annual production tho road believes that relief will be found in tho Supreme Court and that resort will be made to that tribunal In the meantime it states the coal trade will bo abandoned IF John B Chenault fails toJand the at Louisville he will Lave the sat- Isfaction of knowing that his county stood ly him as it should have done as it always has done and as it always will do by a local candidate fora State otllce To have injected the Governors race into the Convention here Saturday would have been suicidal to Mr Chen aults cause As it was our candidate is untrammeled by bickerings and Instructions His county is for him and his delegates are for him first last and to the end- Eveiy other county except three a candidate did exactly as we did regardless of the other races What do we care say al those counties who gets tho nomination for Governor if our man is victorious Here is the way Boyle county stood by Hon R J Brecklnridge for Attorney General says time Advocate noblybyridge received their unqualified en dorsement and was empowered to use the delegation of his own choosing as his interests might demand The Judge will go into the convention with the moral support of every Democrat in his county the well wishes of his feb low citizens for his success POIISUANT to the call of tho Demo cratic State Central Committee the Democrats of Madison bounty met in mass convention at the in this city on Saturday June 17 JO at two oclock p m Hon John B Chen ault Chairman of the County Commit CityJudgeman by acclammation but not being present on motion of Hon Jas B Mc Creary Attorney Win 8 Moberley was in his stead A motion bv Hon J Tevis Cobb was unaniwouslj- ndopted naming Clarence E Woods as Secretary Mr B B Million offered the following resolutions Resolved 1st That we the Democrats of Madison county in convention assembledreaffirm our allegiance to the principlesset forth in the by the National Democratic Convention held in Chicago in 1890 and wo reassert our confidence in the gallant and gifted statesman and patriot who we believe should be the democratic nominee for President in 1000 That we present with pleasure to the Democracy of Kentucky our do serving and county man Hon Jolfti B Clienault as a man in every respect fitted for the office of Auditor of Public Accounts We know long and intimate acquaintance with tutu that he in n true and gallant Demo crat and that he was one of the earliest and most earnest advocates of free ronderedthat he is hv intelligence integrity and energy of the olliw to which he electedIltscharge honestly3rd are appointed delegates to time btate Democratic Convention to bo held at Louisville Ky on Juno 21 99 mInd they are Cimeimauhiforas his name is before the Convention to wit Harvey Chenault W JJ Smith J S Collins Theodore Dunn JP Simmons B B Million H H Colyer H C Rice T J Smith Jr WagersCD Oldham anti the following persons are appointed alternates to wit W T Tevfe W S Hume A T Fish JCOldham Shelby Jett C S Powell W S Moberley T T Coviugton J B BoyleDotG W Evans 4th On all questions and nomina tions not herein provided for that may come before the Convention or the district meetings the delegates are instructed to cast the full vote of MatH deledirectlion James B McCreary moved the adoption of the resolutions as a whole whereupon Hou Vf B Smith was rec by the chair and moved theadoption or time following amendment to tile resolutions That It fs the dutyof the Democratic party to labor to defeat all trusts which seek to destroy competition and to control the price of all raw material anti to productsWothe welfare of our people and a menace to the existence of our government and we demand such legislation as will de stroy the trusts and combines which now exist and prevent the formation of passagebywill take the taritl off of each and every product which has been inclnded in a trust or combine The amendment was accepted and the vote unanimous in approval of the resolutions and the amendment A motion to adjourn was unanimously carried and 215 the Convention ad journed The meeting was large and enthusi utmostharmony NOTES The Court House was jammed full l1rstlastMr Clienaults speech was the best applausetimat electedChairmanHe came in late and was dumbfounded to find that his watch was ton minutes slow PERSONAL Miss Mary Hendren has returned to Nicholasville MrsJason atbomeandSaturdayMrs W E Myers is visitnJrolativCl and friends in Mrs A P Allis of Richmond is fbi guest of Mrs Joseph Coffey Georgetownis ArkisMiss Mattie Estill of Lexington is the guest of Miss Mattie Tribble overIthe guest of Miss Mattie Shiffiet theMissesgouetoMr Jesse Strong of Louisville is StrcngMr EdnaYatesleftMonlayj5urItiisola 1t MiaiIut1li i I ji i jb nI Clark are with Mrs Curran C Smith for a week xlnjtouMondavWWPlRK Miss Bessie McGinn of Versailles is visiting her sister Airs Jplin R Pates BroadwayMrs Spears has returned to essamino after a pleasant visit to Mrs TT Covington sansleftWare at Trenton Miss Ada Belle Roberts ol Ruthton LeilaHarrisMr Will Parks of the Dental Pa UniversityIS townhKSand Mrs limos Ferrill MIssFarrisClark after a visit here spendIngington and Georgetown lIl88TeannetteSenator John D Goodloe Mitts Ollie Cosby of White Hall is MaudAdamsMiss Laura Bennett has had for a guest Miss Annie Louise Clay of Paris a most charming young lady Lexlngtonand1IIssMr and Mrs B L Middelton oldestladleher soninlaw Dr John Harris Dr Ernest Jones and bride of Law renceburg were the guests last week of Capt W B Jones near Kirksville returnedfrom 11BentonMisses Nannie and Virginia Goodloe 1f18Greo1Dnnvilfe Advocate Miss Elilabeth Bryant sevenyear old niece of Mrs S A Deatheraco won the scholarship medal at Bryants yule a great honor especially to one so young Mr E A Grigsby has returned after n visit to Paducah He is about recov ered from his long illness and is back ofGriwMessrs J Speed Smith Jr of Louisville Eugene Hume and Warfield Ben nett of New York Curtis F Burimm of Johns Hopkins Baltimore are at home for vacation ofBourboncipient of numerous attentions since ofMissMiss Mary B Smith of Washington WillinmsburgGreen Clav Smith are visiting their cousin Mire Mary Spencer Smith After several years absence Dr Gold stein of Louisville who has justly won returnsthe Hotel Glyndon See notice else where Miss Lillian Lanham who for the past season engaged as trimmer will time millinery firm of Devore Buckley inLtbllnonMaster Hugh Buckley Mr Christopher Field Clay son oI Mr Bnitus J Clay of was married June 14 to Miss Elinor Wise ofBoulderhad been attending the University of Colorado Mr W L Crutcher of Richmond is MrMargaretono of Madisons most substantial citizens and business men having been HevenueCollector daughterandTuesdayreturned Thursday from Richmond where they went to attend the Central CommencementHarrorlsbu AnniBelledescribedInthe wedding They left at once for a southern bridal tour but will be pres lIlssMarvat Farmdale Ky Hallieried on Saturday at Danville groom is well known in Madison antI the well wishes of his friends are ex lICsrsJamesand is a prize fit for the prince who won her heart Mrs R M Dudley is on a visit to Dudleyr husbandinbuilding timeHisa glad to meet his wife TempleWednesdayest of the year in point of numbers favors decorations music etc Mr MargaretWfavors were novel and beautiful Con wereMissMr J D Gay Kentuckys champion appearedentertaininJtheat her borne near Kingston Miss An nie Bronaugh Eneleman Danville Miss BelleWoodsof Miss Nellie Peyton Lexington Miss Bessie Kcdmon Paris A number of gallant young men will enjorabletimeAs fully set forth in our last issue Mr Win Oldhara and Miss Mary Put tie arc to be married to day at Farm bridesfatherat home at Dr and Mrs C D Patties this city after June 16 As was to be expected this popular couple have re ceived a great of presents many of solid silver cut gloss fine rheblessingsthem RELIGIOUS Rev Dr D McDonald of Danville reshyterinnChurchevening at the usual hours All are Invited Regular chnrch meeting of Predesti narian Baptist Church of Richmond will be held on Saturday anti Sunday 24th and 25th of June The pastor byEldersubjectniJbthlslextshall not live by bread alone He Argued that as the chief end of man is forevereducationshould vaatl11D0rc than classical proficiency educators of a genera tion are not only responsible for its in tellectuality but M well for its useful ness or its uselessness When educa fightsinand marital infidelity amid dishonest jmohiticallmiessUres rettw and dados will no longer dtagrace ThefMtwfeden 0 Ilk r JI j tt t MARRIED OwsLEYPooR Mr John Wm Poor of Garrard and Mrs Ellen Letchur Owsley widow of the late Jndo Mike Owsley were married in Garrard last week The groom is a wealthy farmer the bride a grand daughter of Governor Letcher of Kentucky and mother of Messrs and Casey Ows ley and Mrs Ellen Onrsley Cook Rela fives and friends in Madison extend congratulationsBIRThS GULLY To tho wifo of B F Gully nee Miss Addle Cornelisbn Juno 12 a five pound daughter Named Jennie May DOTYA little stranger in the form of a ten pound boy arrived at time home of Mr and Mrs John Doty Saturday last DIATHSaNUCKOLS John Nuckols aged 23 died in Chicago on Monday He S brother of Miss Eva Nuckols of Versailles and a nephew of Mrs R C Stockton PKKKV Died at the home of his soninlaw T E West in Nicholas ville June 14th of cancer of the stomach Morton Perry aged 73 years The deceased leaves a wife and four dryWest and Mrs R M Hunter Nicho lasville but no brothers or sisters The failing health of Mr Perry came sud quicklyfriends in Jessamine For seventy three years the deceased had lived in time countv where he died and was a most excellent citizen lie was a kind neighbor and on affectionate husband placelchurch Nicholnsvillc at 1030 oclock services being conducted hy Eld R G Frank assisted by Eld 11 W Wallace rite entorincnt took place at the old family burying groundNicholas Journa- lTtyiottOu Tuesday morning May 30th 1899 the friends of Patrick Taylor were shocked to hear of his sad death at his home near Shearer Ky He had been sick since February at his aunts Mrs Bartons and gradually grew worse until the end ure cuusedby pleurisy was the fatal die ease For the last week there had been some hope but on Sunday he began to sink and surrounded by his loved ones he passed peacefully away to his home above He was a member of the Ford Church and was loved and respected by all He was ever ready to help those in distress and in his death our county has lost one of its brightest young men Followed by sorrowing friends he was laid to rest in the Richmond Cemetery Wednesday May 31st The heartfelt sympathy of the community is to the be reaved family and more especially to the young lady who was to have been 7domlonely does it seem without him but we can meet him in a better world where there cometh no sorrow and partings are unknown III LOCALS A Pigeon Hatches a Hen Eqg Mr William Hale who resides near this city on the Lancaster pike found a pigeon setting on a hen nest and to try an experiment Mr Hale took from under a setting hen an egg that va aboutdue to be hatched and placed ii the nest with the pigeon In a day or pilteonhena chicken that will break the foster mothers heart shortly by repudiating her for the barn yard Mr Gay Will Come Mr J D Gay for several yearS champion bird shot of Kentucky has consented to come over engage with the Richmond Gun Club in a big shoot on the latters grounds Mr Gay has a record equaled by but in time world anti when he come sheI will be well received We have three or four men here who with practice could make Mr Gay hump himself nJainsthimMiss Coyle Continues to Win Laurels Miss Mary Coyle of this city is the undefeated declamatory champion of this section last and most brilliant victory having been achieved at Stan ford on Friday night in thebig contest there for a diamond ring Her subject was Hagar An immense crowd saw the Richmoudenlry carry off the prizeI Coyle is a daughter of Mr Coyle this city and has had singular good fortune in winning every contest in which sue over engaged She is quite a beautiful girl and her talent is most pronounced More Recruits wanted For The Philippines The Government has decided to send two regiments of colored to the Philippines and the recruiting ofli cer in Lexington has been instructed to enlist good able bodied colored men between time age of 18 and 35 years who can read and write Those under 21 years must have a written consent of their parents or guardians witnessed by a third person This is a fine chance for energetic men to make a trip around time entire world and have their expenses paid Apply at one at Recruiting Office in Lexington Ky SevenYearOld Champion Boy Rider At the age of seven years Master Charley Dunn son of Mr Bud Dunn of Whites Station has won nine pre miums for the Best Boy Rider in fair rings Two of these victories were achieved at the Ladies Fair here last week In his fiveyearold form Charley won three premiums in his sixth year five and this early lu lite seventh year he has two prizes stowed away in his stocking He is an equestrian sure enough and when six years old rode horseback seventy miles to Barbour everytimiimg Dr Lucien Rices Success We are here to record the successes not the failures of our friends and fel lowcitizens Forgive us if we occasionally overdraw time picture allowing our kindly motive to sufficient ex tenuation of the offense Those who have watched the career of Lucien G Rice of this county can not but feel proud of his steady im provementiu his profession the study and practice of medicine He was a protege of our lamented Dr J M Foster who started him along with a heart full of friendship and encouragement Dr Foster is no more nut his good work do live alter him Dr Rice has just been graduated from the Medical College of Cornell University with an honorary in addition to time regular de gree He has an assignment in Bellevue Hospital New York City ample testimony to his skill and promise Dr Rice we are proud of you CropI average 3J cents Hanna at to 4 per 2 cattle average 583 pounds to W H Terh neat 2360 a bought 9 cattle average pounds of Jno Roney at 30 a head Harrodsburg It was the expresssed opinion of Cot J P Chinn Col T R Phelps Jas A Tomliusoa and others at the Chautau qua Circle on lawyers row the other day says the Harrodsburg SayingSthat byMrJohn orlandKentucky It has water in profusion JntheJima Baughman sold thirty lambs io J C Johnson at 5c J R Knox sold to J C Johnson seventy him jambs averaging SO pounds at Se J conntytwent nsoltttheirfor5 Jot i9 je mvudrsitDanviIhs- Amivoat J l ik u 4 Little Strokes Fell Great OaIthP The giznts of the forest must yield at- ast to tIle continual blows of the sooods alan When the human blood liar become doggednd bnput the little drops of Hoods SarsaparilU properly taken ant felt the oak of bad btoodcoo SaJlJa a21 How Dr Barbour Got Even Among the ridiculous presents be stowed upon his classmates last lueslday by time Giftorian Mr Logan was a blood rednecktie for the distinguished Professor of Mathemat ics Rev L G Barbour DD LLD he Doctors antipathy to red cravats iid hair parted in the middle was well known to his pupils by reason of his frequnnt animadversions upon those characteristics of the brainless dUdo Mr Logan had borrowed from one of the aforesaid bds his newest and r pnbIiclvto the amusement of time audience Not disconcerted by the joke Dr Barbour dispatched an usher to the platform and he secured the piece of flaming neck wear unknown to the Giftorian Next ay the Doctor sent the tie and its pretty pearlstickpin to his son Mr Jamie in Louisville and now Mr Logan is in trouble with the b dwho loaned time red tie just for a loke on Dr Barbour Fat and Lean Men are Joining Nearly all the business men of the city have agreed to take lessons iu the scientific physical instruction to bo given here by Prof C Rucker Adams of Bloomington whose methods are endorsed by hundreds of prominent men who have joined his classes Richmond has no gymnasium and her clerks and business men lead n monotonous life devoid of the physical training and athletic diversions such as large cities afford Consequently we grow prematurely old and stiff and vitality is until in cases of epidemics we would be unable to throw off disease lalleclassmethod without apparatus and he will sometime this week perhaps give the first of a dozen eclures in the Masonic Temple Examine his list of signers and you will observe almost every pro fessiou and calling represented by fat men by lean men old young and forhealthRichmond to Have a Street Fair As a result of a meeting of tho Madi son County Fair Association held in Companybuildingis to have a fair on August 2 3 and 4 It was decided lo have a street fair in the morning and the trots saddle mind harness rings in the afternoon The morning exhibitions will be free with a reasonable charge to trots saddle and harness rings It is useless for the CLIMAX to say that this fair will t success as the promoters officers and directors are sufficient to guaranteeJ this fact Below we give a list of oili cers and directors J W Bales Presi lent H H Colyer Vice President T J Curtis 2nd Vice President 8 A Deatherage Secretary W R Letcher Treasurer DIRECTORS McClintockfDouglas A K Doty Jeplha Chen nulL Mat S Cohen Dr C C Hooker J V Gibson W D Oldham J D HlnveyChenault Horrible Accident in Clark Samuel T Rupard and Mrs Suwm Rupard his wife met death in an awful manner last Saturday in Clark They were on way to Winchester to meet the corpse of Hiram P Rogers who had been killed the day before in Virginia by a C O train As they reached the crossing of the C O roml and the Ironworks pike near Winchester their buggy wasstruck by the regular Wet bound passenger completelydemolished hurt Mrs Rupard was Instantly killed her skull being crushed besides other Inju ries being inflicted Mr Rupards skull was also fracturol his side nnl hip crushed and his leg and arm broken He lived a few minutes but never re gained consciousness The bodies were placed on the train which also contain theyhadto Winchester Mr Rupard was a second cousin of Mr John W Rupard of this city and a first cousin of Elder Win Rupard well known in Madison I Big Purses at Richmond Fair Tho Madison County Fair Association opens the following purses to close July 12 to be trotted during their Annual Meeting August 14 TilE flANKERS STAKE 1000 Offered by four Banks of Richmond for saddle stallion mare or gelding any age of which 200 is reserved for con solution Only horses that show in Bankers Stake and take no part of money will be allowed to compete in consolation Five per cent to nominate and 5 per cent additional from montY winners Money divided 50 25 15 and 10 per cent No additionalentrance will be charged for consolation and 5 per cent will only be deducted from first division ol first show and 5 per cent only deducted from f200 con isolation Should the above stake fail to fill reasonably well right reserved to declare off Entrance money refunded Rules of National Saddle Horse Breed governFor and Harness Horses see catalogue TIOTS 215 Class 400 218 Class 400 227ClassS400 235 Class 400 222 Class 100 300 tilasM 400 2yrold Class 300 3yrold Class 300 R B Terrill Purse for Yearlings 150 LtcEs 217 Clans 300 224 Class 300 230 Class 300 2yrold Claes200 Catalagncs will be issued in ten days or less Bales President S A Deatherage Secretary Hot Times at Louisville The convention to nominate a Democratic State ticket to be voted for in November next begins this morning in Louisville The latest figures on the Gubernatorial race are For Hardin 362 For Stone 285 For Goebel 200 Uninstructed 104 Contested t 47 Unreported 25 Total delegates in convention tion 1092 Necessary to choice 547 Only the most tangled of the contests Other contested votes are in eluded In the totals given for candi dates This the Eighth district is badly split Boyle and Madison having local candidates sent iminstructed del egations to be controlled by their home can There are seyentyeieht votes in the district and they were divided as follows in the conventions SatuayForTllardinAnderson 6 Jessamine 7 MercwyO 5 Total 27 For StoneGarrard3 Lincoln 4 Rockcastle4 Shelby 6j Total 17t For GoebelGarrard 3j Lincoln 4 Shelby 6i TOIeI13- jUninstmctedt1adison 14 Boyle 6 Total 20 Novas John Chenault iurnpedon the train for Louisville Sat rday as soon as the convention here adjourned Ilccnr nod with him the best wishes of his j countymen irrespective of race color creed or party lfafNaHalaBext door to H J Strcngn reuftlen- mttjy 24ms c iIt Slats Bicycle Meet The long expected meeting of the State League of American Wheelmen has come and gone It was a success despite hard times and the too numerous drafts upon the patience and purses of our citizens There has been no of public occasions this spring whore by the merchants and citizens have been drained of their spare change for premiums and prizes until it is no easy matter to legs until they upThis meet l ng the second to be held in Richmond t he first having met here in 1891 This portaldeSurely Mayor Smiths address of welcome put them in a good humor and the Smoker Monday night Was all that could he asked Time Meet began with a parade of local and visiting wheelmen headed by DevoresimigbUSThe parade was a sixth of a mile long and traversed the principal streets Among the features were time ten uni formed members of time Kenton Club as handsome and gentlemanly eet ol young men as ever struck the town the 24 whitecapped meinbflrs of the Rich inonil fInba farm wagon loathed with louisville racers Squire Armor and President Ktreug our two Cupids lit tle Miss Karr on a tiny when Allen Zaring time tall sycamore of XXX Flour fame These were interspersed with visiting wheelmen ai d as the shiny wheels glittered in the sun and the band played hot Times iu the Old Town tIme crowds that lined the side walk cheered and guyed time boys gooil naturedly Immediately after the Iarade tim- ebusiness was held Chief Con simi Pelouze nnd SecretaryTreasurer Bridgeman both ot louIsville on the stand Reports mind minutes were read and nominations made for general officers were nominated follows For Chief Consul It F Pelouze of Louisville Tlion P Dewhurst of Lex ington and Ed H Croninger Coving tonMr Streng President of the local club nnd to whom the credit for the success of the meet is largely dime wet nominated for Vice OIuml and lift was oppositionAttier and at 2 oclock a fair crowd wit nessed the races given below SecretaryTreasurer Clarence Rob arts fovington and Orville W Law son Louisville Representative of the Board of Officers Charles E Dudley Paris P E Allison Louisville and Dr J 0 Ten kins Mewport Aside from the regular prrgram Mr Julian T Howe of Paris gave a superb exhibition of trick riding He was ale tired in green tights and vovet jacket and performed some Wonderful feats The Kenton Club gave a j mill Tour They divided and started slowly in opposite directions As each section neared time quarter pole on the back stretch they slowed up dismount ed shook hands and all started back together ending iu a mad race fr the wire Mr Vanwinkle iormerly of Danville cut through the pasture swam the nond and reached the wire in time to win the beers A little tot four and a half years old howell Reese of Mt Sterling rode lila tiny wheel for a record 116 oft I mile He was beautifully costumed and came down the track like a hum mingbird amid great applause Time 24 seconds GeorgmICyntlmiamumlTime 2391 KentuckyDivision amateur W II Piatt Louisville II W Mattimillcr Louisville 2 Samuel Bales Richmond 3 P Do Shale Lex in ton 4 Time 1161 protesslonalbandicap Fourth Race Two mile amateur handicap 7 starters George I Forth Somerset 1 R M Pulley Richmond 2 Charles I Koch Louisville 3 Time 513 Fifth Race Half mile boys under sixteen Don C Wiggins Richmond John Budiinani Lexington 2 Field White Richmond 3 Time 1221 Sixth Race One mile open 6 starters W R Piatt Louisville H W Mnrji miller Louisville 2 Sent Bales Rich mond3 George I Forth SomersetTime 230 yDivisionship W R Piatt LouiKVillo II W Marl luiller Louisville R 11 Lustftalfday OTBS Secretary Harris was always at his post Treasurer Zaring is tho right man in tho right platO Mr Streng worked faithfully cheer fully effectually Joe Giunchigliani was there with aI fouriicre smile No one did bettor work than Mr Grinstcud lIe is a conscientious ener getic intelligent man and cooperated withevery officer for the good of the meet citydmmpionEastern Kentucky gave nn exhibition non also won the 16year old race Monday Four hundred cigars were donated IIY our excellent local manufacturer Mr Fred Miller and we pledge him the support and patronage of the Richmond Bicycle Club generous contribution The visit to General Clay took place yesterday morning The visitors wer clmarumeui with their treatment by the distinguished Kentuckian whose fame is a part of time history of the Statean Nation The Smoker was great There was beer In abundance clears to throat a time birds ham and cheese sand viches claret lemon punch and to matoonion punch There was a Hiring bund to drown the voice ofrevlJlry b tllKentonVISIT TO OEV CLAY According to program prom ply at 9 oclock yesterday morning tho wheel men met in frontal the Hotel Glyndon and started on their trip of eight miles to the residence of General Cassius Ham cellus Clay Beside the wheelmeu a mitimber of citizens m private convey minces escorted time of the tiiler it steed to visit this historic old home and once mote grasp the weiconmeimani of the sage of White Clay hal stationed men to open the gates leading from the road to his residence which looms up a half mile itwny igatecarriages to look after the horses and thus free tho visitors from all possible care during their visit The large crowd gathered under the shade of the majestic trees and there greeted tIme venerable General who was escorted from his residence into their midst by Mr H J Streng President of the League of American Wheelmen In a short address Mr Clay welcomed every ono and gave them time privilege to roam over Ins ground but earnestly requested them not to hiluby going about the house as he wits an invalid did not care to have hi reg ular habits interrupted Mr Clays byCaptIn behalf of the wheelmen After shaking hands witb this wonderful old jrllntheIrcity in time for dinnera wiser butdus tier lot of folks- llenry Koolifer Company Lumber dealers of Louisville in vite ccrespondence with Millinc tn myPoplarDry or Green Write them anroilnv AlIace lo go PotS luscious bananas ripe colilico creamsoda water fresh ciikejs nice candies tobacco find e tears io to A Dinulle heat door to old lcjstOE toetguraJit Open day and ifH l- From a Schoolmate el Judge Sullivan Everybody remembers and loves Tate Irvine who was graduated from Central University in 1883 in the same class with time late Judge Patrick Henry Sul ivan Mr Irvine is located in time proc ice of law at Big Stone Gap Va has i a hendtors of the University of Virginia Writing to time editor of time CLIMAX May 31 Mr Irvine says I want to thank you for the copy of time CLIMAX that you sentmelast week givingan account of the death ot poor Pat Sullivan I have had no news in a long time that made mo feel so sad as this I Intel not heard that he was in failing health until I noticed in time despatches that ho was dead It was a great shock to me as it will be to hundreds of his other friends scattered everywhere as well as to time thousands who knew him at home and admired him He was a noble fellow and it seems a great pity that he was struck down in the prime of useful and lion ored manhood He had time mind and character anti personality that would have given him a very high position if his life had been spared of time most pleasant recollections of my col lego days me connected with Pat Al ways brightwilted sunnytempered liiuu genial lie knit everyone iu him with time strongest ties who came in contact with him No one of the old boys of my days awl his at college will be moro missed or mourned than lie Your tribute to him was well de served and evidently from the heart Pence to his ashes Sincerely yoursim Important Change of Time on The C 0 Railway Time Chesapeake Ohio Railway line changed time time of its trains on Snn day Juno 18 and time following is a synopsis of time change as it effects Winchester It might bo well to cut this out for reference Time Mt Sterling and Lexington ac comodation formerly passing Winches ter at 655 a m has boon taken offhand time fast express No 21 will maku time local stops between Winchester mend Lexington passing Wiuchenter 725 a m daily and Lexington at 805 a in and Ixjuinville at 11 a in A new train to take the place of time Morehead accomodation lisa been put on which passes Winchester nt758a iu daily and runs as far east at Ilin ton W Va A new train from Huntington and local stations will pass Winchester daily at 1013 a m and reaches Lox ington at 1055 a m TIme New York Limited No 22 will pass Winchester at 1205 noon cud will not innko time local stops nt Chilesburg and Pine Grove as heretofore Time Morehead nnd Lexington ac comodation passing Winches her at 3 pm for Lexington usa beer taken off and instead it will leave Ml at 730 p in and will past Winchester at 801 p m and reach zecepiSunday t Time Now York Express No 33 will pass Winchester at 433 p m anti will reach Lexington nt 510 p m and dailyThe will pass Winchester st 030 p m daily ex cept Sunday for Mt Sterling and local stations Time Washington Express leaves Win chester at 023 p m daily for Washing pointsJ O Winchester Ky PHYSICAL EDUCATION AS TAUGHT DY PROF C ROCKER ADAMS New System Entirety Without Apparatus Simple Movements That Secure a Wonderful Development At a CLIMAX reporters reqnestProf Adams who is organizing a class lien wakes this statement In this brief interview I cannot hope to set forth sit of the advantages that are to be achieved by time employment of any now method of scientific uniform systematic exercise Owing to time extraordinary azcpendi lure of nervous energy by Americans there is no race of men in more need of physical care The Englishman rides walks rows or does some other kind of physical work as a part of his every day regime Exercise is n part of his religion He would no more neglect histlaily exercise than he would his daily breakfast limo American business man ou time other hand though he dues more mental work in n gtveim time than any other ten men under time sun takes practically no exercise at all These men are nervous of course yet iu nine cases out of ten time nervous ness comes from indigestion which eventually leads to dysocpsia and that in its turn comes from lack of exercise My system is not intended for time training of professional gymnasts Its object is to create health and strength In following it a man becomes an athlete iu a way but this is n second ary consideration It is as u health giving power that it has time mostmeriu I use no apparatus of any kind because In mv nntnloti time use llf ilinnli belts and all apparatus is only suited for those who intend to use their muscles for feats of strength in a professional way The system I advocate will not harden time muscles after time fashion of the heavily muscled athletes It will not make a man muscle bound on time contrary it will indue that condition of elasiticty and endurance which is exactly what tho average business roan requires I am nf time opinion that abdominal breathing will more elfectu ally benefit and cure constipation Indi gestion and those leading to dyspepsia than all the patent medi cines a man can pour into In my ney system there are thirty movements Them Is no particular one which can be called a positive cuie for indigestion dyspepsia etc The benefit to time digestion comes from the system from time fact that in every one of these movements there is not a mus cle in n mans body which is not en tirely culled into Time muscles of time abdomen are exercised in n way that no man without a knowledge of time system would think of and it is oston lulling to see how rapidly time flabby abdomen disappears to give place to the healthy hard flesh My system is a friend to time corpulent man as well as to time lean man CORRESPONDENCEPAINT Miss Zellna Kirkpatrick of Charlotte N C is time pleasant guest of time Misses Ramsey R L Woods shipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati last week for which he paid 330 per hundred Wheat harvesting in in full blast imere thmfs week rime yield is not up to time average for this section Miss Bettie Francis returned homo Saturday from Danville where she has been the guest of friends time past week retutnedfromand Richmond attending commence ment exercises at both places theMta success The proceeds amounting missionarywork 78thbirtimdaydinner Only immedi ate relatlvesof time family wore press out Y Mrs W F Garretr and little son atLivingston cPisii6rMr James R Burnam and wife beautifulimonie MrBurnamjn this community tenderedhey Aimostmid muny coifn4ultt0 ji andfeood kpmyr7saGIS I VALLEY VIEW rCBSOVAL- W J Roberts of London was in town lost weekdA Big was re last week J M Asher of Covington is here for a few days recreation Hamilton R Smith and wife are spending n few days nt Irvine with the relatives anti friends of the former Mrs G A Rny and daughter Francis are visiting her father and family Capt T BSpnrlock South Point Ohio Misses Nancy Hall Annie Todd and Parrlsh of Richmond spent Sunday with Misses Lucy and Mona Prather Time pretty anti accomplished Miss Lina Wharton left Monday for a few days stay with Miss Lola Harris at Richmond Mr and Mrs C E Gibbon ol Ford and Mr A E Gibhen of Hanging Rock Ohio sneut Sunday with the family of A F Bryson Mr and Mrs Ike Smith Mr and Mrs Wilgus Luxon of Lexington and Major Lewis of Georgia are visiting tho family of James Brookshire NEWS BREVITIES Mr Abbott will preach nt this place next Sunday Everybody invited Rev H R Mills will preach at Sylono M E Church South next Sun day The Marso Drug Company has opened p in this place with a full line of fresh drugs W L Burgcssand son William have ought n steam threshe and will start next Monday rni Aiiur mil tlmreshi inJert samin and Fayelto counties Mist Alma Wbitlock closed a sue cessful torui of fchool at Bethel school house last Friday Miss Whitlockwill teach time public school at Bethel POLITICAL COGITATIONS The political pot in this section has begun to sizzle and before time cam paign closes will get scalding hot and eave the bones of Republican defeat scattered along the highway of Demo erotic justice as sad mementoes of Re publican misdeeds which consist in fallacious assumptions carried to ex tremes in damnable practices JAY EII Baa STATE or OmoCiTr or TOLEDO LUCAS ComstmveasFrank J Chenny makes oath that si the senior partner of time firm of F J Cheney t Co doing business in time City of Toledo County and State olore s aid anti that said firm will pay time sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Curt FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Gib day of December A D 18SO A WGLEASON SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly and acts directly on time blood and mucous surfaces ol time system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O centsHalls best 1m Dr Goldstein has Arrived in Richmond and Will Remain Several Days It is my specialty to fit glasses in such a manner that they relieve time eyestrain perfectly fitting time eve with sspectacle that you can see with ease and comfort thus preserving the eye In examining time eye only the latest and most improved methods and in strnmenls are used Physicians especially are invited to call and investigate my methods of correcting errors of refraction Many casses ol headache neuralgia nervous ness irritability insomnia vertigo nervous prostration and time seeming stupidly of children are often duo to defective vision caused by an abnor mal curvature of time cornea or crys talline lenwor to an irregularity of the refracting media of the eye and are relieved at once upon application of time proper glasses Ninety per cent of time people over 40 years of age need glasses and 30 per cent of time 90 need them for distance Glosses are not always to im prove eyesight but to relieve undue strains in snort to assist nature Thou sand of eyes are ruined yearly Seven a eyeslikehence time necessity of testing each eye separately Special attention is given to any inequality that may exist be t eyeOptical ad vances time last few years time correct adaption of spectacles has be come a difitaqct profession Time optic inn who thoroughly understands his business fully that in adjust ing glasses for his customers he is treating a float delicate and pro cious organ where the slightest error may result seriously while if ho does his work well he not only gives com fort and ease to his patrons but in sightSpecial in ee Ipcling the first pair of spectacles nor it be attempted the aid of responsible optician It is roost importrnt that the lenses should be ac quaIltywearer looks directly through time con ter Glasses nicely fitted to time face become an ornament as well as a necessity Fitting children with spectacles aspecialty childirensDifficult cases solicited eyeschmeemlly EXAMINATIONFREE 3pmatGlyndon Who Won The Prizes Time prizes awarded it Central Uni versity during the present year wen given as follows Time Declnimers Medal a gold mednl the student who delivers time heat declamation in time InterSociety Con ofShelbyB JlcCreary prize a gold flitbestyear Time award was matte n com IVxaThetIme student who makes time highest WJTime A Wilkes Smith prize a gohil medal fur the best sot of notes on time MlemIsvThe Chambers prize a gold medal for time highest average in time dpparlnicnt of VersaillesThe thjuniorart of Versailles The Bennett H Young prize n told medal for time highest average mark iu all studies G C Hall of Louisville For Eont byMrsbe rented for remainder of this year FGREENLIAF SPEMENTSVCANN QUEEN CR5CENT D ISTEriK Kentucky Chautauqua Lexington June Z7July 7 Low round trip rates via time Quern fc Crescent Houte from all points in Kentucky good until July 9 returning particimlarsV City Ordinance Be it ordained by time City Council of Richmond Ky that in case of ilw in the city time police or fire department shall stretch ropes across time streets at points wliere time fire occurs forthe pur pose of preventing interference with time tire company Any person not a 10hicemauof time chief of time flue department who shall enter time territory embraced within the ropes fixed as aforesaid shall lie fined five dollars CLAUDE SMITH Mayor R A BARLOW City Clerk ESTILLSPRINGS1 White Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN J1ll1 ht kt On time R N I Jo B Railroad and flit Kentucky River in time midst of Mountains amid Romantic Scenery Time White Sulphur is specific for skin and kidney troubles the Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house u uII Capt M Thomas Propr may3i4m IRVINE KY aIQnio 1101110 Insure your dwellings barns and alt other property m the Blue Grass Insurance Compa InstitutIonOIveTornado The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and getr cheaper ever companyForAttorneyatLawopposite Court House next door to State Hanks Trust Co second floor J II TARTER 1res mayJlly C C BOSWORTII Socy TO CINCINNATI 1 2RATES ON ACCOUNT THE GRE- ATNATIONAL SAENGERFEST ON SALE JUNE 27TH TO JULY tOT GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT THE QUEEN CiTY WITH THE OROWD8 WHO WILL ATTENDTHE NATIONAL MEETING OF GERMAN SING ERS e a r Lexington H o rseSho v Fair and Carniyal August 87 9 IOII9 12lO92- 5fJO vri Given Away in Purses w i iui itttvJl Amusement Features Unexcelled Diving Elks Diving Horses High Bicycle Nyc 5 Guideless Wonders 5 Bucking Elks y Driving Eiks The Worlds fair Midway Rlvaiiefc vV yitlx AH the ObfccttoBable Teatarw EHulnatci f Far cntahcua hreamiu lhts entry bhanknd all lntornatFij6tj3 E SHANKLIN Secrety lsf LeinQon1 f iifcPM i WY I 1 n TITiPTj2T= Our Goods AND Our price Compel you to trade with ua when you give us a tria I fi PiI mm U1Jp I IDTIJ JJj The ladies cannot be deceit by oatehy phrases r bqinbastic claims All we 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ABIG FOUR Tulyin18993eturnIng In- dInapolIito July 21th with a proviso that II linnets are deposited with Joint agent at In parmiIndlanapoUItHor full Information regarding tickets rates an ironies and time of call on agents g our Route or address tneundeniltDed- J IEEVES WARREN JLYNCH en Southern Agt Gen Pass 5 Tkt Agt I W P DALE A O P CincinnatiV Ohio EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY reliablerest se tire in the thought that when ho liatj fcne of our well made reliable whalebontwhat rjay on the road his wagon never thefinestways Ud rubber i red bui ies in Richmond ProprKentucky 135E- COPMIST RANGES CJ z The tc tIjtc tiltIl en Roofind Guttering and General Job Work CLVE MITH A REGENERO Great BLISSRestoreiVitality tikstL iI3N4Ii xjyAmericanUUse most minillca M Nervous Uebllltr qukklyAernie nw df lttuIEEltO Young flies will n reronlthdrull life anti rtsor nfl aufTerers from Seminal Weak Sperlitattorheaibtly DupontonerUse or sexual exran and indiscretion t bleb neSts jne for btulncwi ttudy r marrlaiT UEUBKUO VbyIiutilcrthtIwbyREtEiEROhtecartiedtnr vi six for g 00 We rhrvrrully refund curertrculars825Cobob85AuLtlu ThomasDruggltesept21ly l1EXPERJENCE I TRADE MARKS V DESIGNS J COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone tenJinj a sketch sad deterlctlon may our free shether anID4nIon Is trutrahlr patentable CommunlCA- UOIa trletly cuziiIlcaI ItL O11Iatente patOTtcItienlstpal notice wUhout charco lathe Sckflfk lrSrA handromclr Illestril mUtlon of any tdent c1oumal1corlI J yer four month ii 5dM newidralan LTTI41l2 P T Berts Tttr ChaceI Sonic Extraordinary Offers l y The Climax The CLUIAX wants five hunred new subscribers by the first of thonew year In order to reach this end some ex traordlnary inducements will be made Willibely Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis yule daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and Ohio Farm 190 The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates GOING WITH THE TIDE t The Pilgram Unfortunate it is that so many people seem to have no power of selfpropul sion evidently lacking either the ahil ity or the disposition or both courageously to mark out a definite course of action for themselves and then bravely to follow it Such people are simply drifters They are over as says the song drifting with the tide floating away aimlessly on lifes sea with a sort of indefinite nowhere as their haven If the tide happens to be in the right direction for a time they will drift with it Then if a strapper cur rent moving toward the wrong comes alongand such currents are abundant in this worldthese drifters move on with it in that direction a What this darkened world most needs today is men and women who will with Gods help hold themselves true to the right course of life no matter how strong and how many the adverse currents may be or how violent the storms that may beat against them On the field of battle when all is excitement and enthusiasm like a rush ine river in freshest time carries all before it it is far easier for the solder to be faithful to his duty than when he is called to stand alone on the picket line with the enemys sharpshooters only a short distance away Thus it is in the battle of life he exhibits but little mar al strength or manly fortitude who is good only when it is fashionable to be good Thetrue women and the brave men are they who dare stand alone in defense oi the truth and the right even though they may be assailed by foes in numerable both from without and with in Such need have no fear They are an essential part of the eternal truth of God and are sure ultimately to share its most certain triumph Madison County Girl Infatuated With Divine Healers The Bourbon News is authority for the following Two queer looking long haired men who claim to be Divine Healers arrived in Paris Wednesday morning from Lexington to hold meeting in this city They were attired in Prince Albert suits of tow linen with crosses WOl ked on the shoulders and walked bareheaded on the streets Miss Lily Baker of Madison county who has been discharged from the Lexington asylum as a cured patient be came interested in the Divine Healer and created a sensation by distributing flowers on the streets of Lexington and begging money in the Phoenix Hotel for the Divine Healers She has been taken back to the asylum F B Mann aged seventywho visit ed the Divine Healers seven times for treatment died in Lexington Wednes day morning from apoplexy and his family claims that the apoplexy was due to excitiment brought on by treat ment of the Healers who claim to effect cures by prayer and the laying on of hands WILL WEAR DIVIDED SKIRTS Exchange Ten women of Syracuse in western Kansas have decided to renounce custom and fashion and will in future during the stormy season wear divided skirts The women who live on the plains of western Kansas have long hoped that some community would declare against long skirts during the seh son when the wind sweeps over that region at a velocity of 35 miles ah hour It is certain that many other commupU ties will inaugurate title new custom Editor Henry Black of Syracuse says the women of that town will hereafter appear in divided skirts during the windstorm season and that those who have not the new style skirt will not hesitate to wear the trousers of their husbands and brothers without regard to the comments and jeers of those who foolishly follow custom and fashion t JXJ5ePi 00 Tim to M BEAUTY vHtMHrt WEALTH Famrita Pr MrlptfcM make womaa- BCMmFUl by making UMM HEALTHY H mafc s vraak WMIMM TONS Mid == n WELL 1 I YOURIII I tion s i What is the one great j iII f wayYet have = f consumption they loathe aU 1 yet fat is nccesf1 sary for thcir I I jItverI turbs the stomach and takes I disII I taste make it almost uncn T What is to be done 1 i1durable T question was ans f when we first made 5 SCOTTJlS I EMULSION I 1of CodLiver Oil with Hypo J phosphites Although that I was nearly twentyfive years I iago yet it stands alone to j- the one great remedy a I for all affections of the throat j a and lungs I The bad tarfc and odor have been I bnI= 1 sitive stomach objects to it rardy = I Not ont in ten can tae and digest a the plain oil Nine out of ten can a- SCO1TSItake EMULSION wd di I x it Thats why it cures so s I many cases of early consumption j a Even in advanced casts it brings = I comfort and greatly prolongs life I druggistsa York = I ItlIt NEW YORK FASHIONS The hair is arranged in some fearful and wonderful styles the Pompadour and Madonna predominating Ajiet ambition of the average young lads is to wear a greyhounds collar for a belt The new petticoats flare fearfully about the feet Like the fashionable dress skirts however they fit well about the hips A charming garden party gown shown by Lord Taylor is in Prin cease shape and of turquoiseblue silk muslin over white silk It shows both vertical and horizontal insets of lace insertionThe modish poke bonnets of tho present fashion do not cover the back hair To make fine violet perfume at home break halfanounce of orris root into two ounces of alcohol adding a bunch of fresh sweet violets cork bottle shake well and let stand for five days It is then ready for use Allwhite hats are relived frequently by some touch of color addedasasort of afterthought Nothing could be sweeter than the wash flop hats for children Best Co show some beauties of pink and blue dimity dotted with white with rather high jampot crowns Gold heads are again In favor six rows frequently forming a single neck letThe dove is the most popular bird seen in millinery and white satin poppies with light and dark green centres are favored EVELYN CABLE A Popular Wedding Trip If you want a delightful wedding trip where yon are not likely to meet acquaintances take one of the D C nosy steel passenger steamers to the Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms and Parlors reserved thirty days in advance Send two cent sUnup for illustrated pamphlet Address A A SCHANTZ a PA D C DETROIT Mini niay3lt- fCORRESPONDENCE UNION CITY Master John Parker is on the sick list Mrs Mary Park has recovered from a short illness Mr Archie Dunn and family aro vis Ring his mother Mrs Joe Gentry Mr and Mrs David E James and nephew are visiting Mrs Susan Gol den Mr T K Hamilton of Waco spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Sirs J D Hamilton Mr Will White and Misses Mary and Nannie Lou Walden are visiting the latters uncle Mr Elijah Walden Mrs Rnnnie Adams and grandson Master Ben Dunn of Lexington are visiting the formers daughter Mrs N D Dunn Mr and Mrs J D Hamilton have returned home after a two weeks stay in Winchester where Mr Hamilton has been under Dr G W West for medical treatment Ho pronounces himself greatly improved Rev J W Prather of Richmond honored us with his presence and deliv ered an interesting discourse to a large and attentive audience Sunday Notwithstanding tim rainy day there were people present from Richmond Mob erley Waco College Hill Doylesville Brookstown and Red House We were glad to see so many from a distance and we trustthat this will not be the last time they will honor us with their presence Discovered by a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests but her vital or gans were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed Incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of usa pttle of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tion and was so much relieved ontaking first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes W C Hamnick Co of Shelby N C Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas Drugstore Successors toW G White Regular size tOe mid 10O every bottle guarmteod 4 It Blatters not how low the price of an article may be its purchase is aa extravagance if the one buyingit JIM 1M proper use for or need of it i County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county firstMon day Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon day Georgetown Scott county third Mon dayDanville Boyle county third Monday KicholasviHe Jessamine county third MondayWinchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles wocdford county fourth Monday The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings Now Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regu lar bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25 cents at any Drjig Store I WANTEDA BOY In thousands of households there is wanted a son who will not scowl when asked to bring in Wood or fill the stove with coala willing happyhearted boy who will not draw a long breath and stamp with impatience when he is wanted to run an orranda son whose first thought is to save his mother care and anxiety and who thinks nothing too much trouble that gives her happi nessa boy who is merrier and hap pier and jollier and just as much of a gentlemen when with his own sister as when ho is with any other boys sister and who is glad to go with his mother and sister to church and to escort them on the streeta boy who is kind and thoughtful at home and hon V1wherenever find any door closed to nun Every situation that he desires will be open to him that he may do his best in it Sorrow will rarely come to him either as n boy or as a man and when it doc come it will not stay long He will be prosperous and will live long in the land that God gives him Every home wants such a boy The nation wants such citizens in every home God wants the earth filled with such people that he may give it to them for an inheritance WANTEDA GIRL Yes wanted a Jrirla daughter in thousands of homes bright smiling helpful always ready to hold the baby set tho table or sweep tho floor and to do these things so happily and cheer fully and well that tho baby will crow the tablo will look like a wellbalanced picture and careful critical grand mother will find no dust under the chairs or in the corners of tho room Wanted a loving daughter tho touch of whose caressing fingers brings a hap py light to the weary eyes of father and mother the sound of whose cheery voice and mellow laughter is a joy to the whole household Where is there a homo in which such a daughter is not wanted DOes any one know such a girl There is a situation open for her Sheis advertised for sought for she can have any place she wants the world is hersbut why are there not more applicants Ah she is already occupied she las a home which can not give her up she is enshrined in the hearts of father and mother her brothers have bound her about with the cords of love and will not let her goThoso are sorrowing homes where she is not for they have a lack which is hard to fill Blessed be the daughter of the household God comfort tho home that has her notThe Pilgram Firstclass Steamboat Service Between De troll and Cleveland and Toledo De troll and Mackinac D C Floating Steel Palace Steam ers are now running daily betweon Detroit and Cleveland Two trips per Week between Toledo Detroit ana Mackinac Island Regular service will commence June 18th Spend your vacation on tho Great Lakes Send 2 cents for illustrated pamphlet Address A A SCHAXTZ G P A D C tine Detroit Mich The newspaper man makes mistakes no doubt but nine times out of ten it is the mistake of the informant He is trained to gather news but not one in a hundred to give information If you want to try an interesting experiment just ask a half dozen witnesses about an accident or some other event to give you the particulars You will have a surprise awaiting YOU in the variations of accounts even though all were eye witnesses of tho same event TIe newspaperman connot always be present at the same moment something happens therefore ho is obliged to make inquiries and from various stories given he tries to sift the truth from the fiction and give actual facts Sharpsburg World He who knows not how wisely to economise has no moral right to become the head ofa household or the father of childr- enahiddeN Beauty In Egypt the custom is for Princesses to hide their beauty by covering the lower part of the face with aveil In America the beauty of many of our women is hidden because of tho weakness and peculiar Egyptian vailed in this country many- suffererawould be glad to cover their prematurewrinkles sunken cheeks their unnealthy complexion from the eyes orthe world with the veil of the Orient BrafieId- sFoa egulaior beautyItgeneralhenlthstrual disorders It stops the drains of Leucorrhcea It restore the womb to its proper place It removes the causes of headache backache and nervousness It takes the poor de bilitated weak haggard fadin woman and puts l1t ron her feet byilakingDnaIteti It for SI a totUe Senator our free illnstrfcted book for women The ftradficld Regulator Ct AtltGaJ 0 j i C 7 ALL WOMtN Should know that the 015 Tt named Is the best for Pcmde Troubles COrrect aU- IrreulllrtUes InFemale OrganS Should be taken for Cbue ol We and before CllIIC1rt1- 1Plulcn 1d 1is Rrid1OI llavo tcO4th6 test for twetl ers Made only by xcv fpenCfr Med1dnoOaCl1at0- 0lJc1 l 1netSiPerry Thomas druggists successors to w G White decSlyr AU druggists sell Dr Miles Nerve Plasters 111 1 UIEJIIaItlD W tAM OS YEARS OLD duevertwdany remedy to Dr Bells PlneTgr Honey It gives quick and permanent relief- in gtlpns wellascougbnand mISS It makes weak ones etrone Sirs M A Metcalle Peducali Kr For sale by Perry Thomas success r tiJI jrJI w 4t n PLEASE 1 tIt1 I IllIi 8 0 Ring oat tho old Ring In the new Ring out tho falso Ring in the We 3g to you the new and from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Pine Tare Honey Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Plcnsant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated r the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and thdnflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough SOLD DY ALL GOOD Bottles Only 25c SOc DRUGGISTSI BE SURE YOU GET Dr1aIrs PiniTarHoniy rstoW Q White Pittsburg Central Stock Yards1 EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS i rearrangedtBEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock Consignm nts for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVATE HORSE SALES ETERY WEEKDAY SIMON cODON ELL General Manager niay313nC Sell Your ffidesAND YOUR Seed Potatoes at Tnurmans We pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth- THTJUMAN GROCERY Co COR MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY fTheYre the best A4 Thais Why you want to see them before meanHJour tInsUrEn Ce Gasoline Stove ta p FOUND ONLY AT THE Cash Hardware Store of DOUGLAS SIMMONS A scl en Doors Watei Coolers i JRefuigerators Champion Biii dersartd Mowers lay Rakes Binder Twine Etc booc inehllyC n E J Tf h + litJI t u L it p S SSWS 0 true true SEND N 0 M wITNavaaio tndM04L cut ins ati Hi0sOSADLDROPCAIIIUI irfoundrqiI U BWUM iMl Uh w f 4JDO 14BHI1TI3T BilflllX 5815 IIUKD or r7 J r j 50andin iutT and the truIbt slU each iies THREE MONThS itltrzcr hmendwe wUntura year fiuo any cur7 ire not MtUflcd nf fisticfiZu0d21UflDIUiathBEWARE OF IMl ATQNS 7 WItSVaroulKILUUUt UD KKII Ir84 a THE BURDICK b eipr iWiilIYSxriT tjn IITt niry ai Ioj mGuls tIIL ssDr ur ri fifULCr3UrYI3L IfI1YTuEmllqns tIIs f r IRit lIUJHbl j q I j= B Ei vs iiiv SIL rf tWF OAK t i5i rt rU stsi ii n him otiiKil anrtdmi Irn tt to t t ia4 ii JL On a hrwith toll iIs t4j b zI lce ror 1lnlr i J i frw trrvt innrViI vfxbm rIsg Orcl kl nrr poll mtnll s an 1I1 JIjboor f Mirth IrMI UW I Ir i 15 tIf rtr iiir tie l ItHnidllHCTlbrO IhutUe uioiwtir lioihii nte Lcailnm satoni unlrprOt k tot lsnproved Sdtt dt JhrierICriatntniilr iIau4pociydecutl RITJvrZDCUARAUTEED bIaS jp athmie rklk4 r lrp Iwjtructirn Iiooe C8i- sut hninyon en run ni ioelt4er sir 5114 of ancy ajtA CYARK BThbIIO oiJrICAW2EE is rlwiQysentoc t J IT COSTS YOU NOTHING Iuln tDUjK eail ewmiwnlt rrif JJ wfh lliiw SeOOO oel 4000 then If rtHirincril rra trpiiIi 3iOO r7 i 7r frIt arest Ih 11060 m zyji Trn iiI t i 11 or 7 na0I aI5td OJDER PiUT iSrs titrn t i io art thnruurblj retUble Eiutnr IIAddress SEARS ROEBUCK aprS6rn CO inc Chicago mi Madison MonumentalWorks J ESTABLISHED 1863 rI t JAMES T HAMILTON PHOPIIIETOH J 1 Monuments Tombs Hpadsfones Statuary and Foreign j J American Marble and GraniteI f t ++ f FIRE WORK A SPEGIALTf i t ++ iJ Those who are contonijiLitiiip buying Marble Granite or any V Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at tho old atniul i jof the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find coiiHtantlj a large stock of finished work to select from nt prices to suit all t i buyers Mn W G UOUOHEK one of the best workman IL Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactflijrUoril in every phuse Parties living at a distance should write to us for design which will be furnished on application t j S YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDa rlr JAMES T H1lILT0N Proprietor i onn ruxnnni mrutrtrtrlnrarlfuiru uu1Ju1ttrinjtnrltlnftftrLnru HIGHEST Dt1lO ll2 +++++++ + ++ + + tiII BICYCLEgGENTS COLUMBIAN 2050 ILADIESI BESTBICYCLEBUILT FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT v i All we require Is 100 down balance after examination U rweare theonly factory In the UnitedSttes selling direct to rider M We guarantee our goods for two yearsmost liberal guarantee ever given 5 We give more options than the regular dealers You can hue color hcighth of frame or any gear desired MJ I Our bicycles have all the latest improvements Urge tubing flash sprockets arched fork crown drop hanger etc 2 WRITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION TODAY I COLUMBIAN CYCLE COI5apr263m CLEVELAND OHIO 2uumnnmumi1Ju1Juumnmuuu1nfLnILnJmnmtruuuuuuumnxutru ee a 9 sesoossoesuo0 0o- 0 iIi C A S HTU R E II 1J o aoo oli e SIOn and after January 1st 1899 our 0 terms will h- eSPOT s 104 C 8 CASH 0 e We have attempted to run our business by col g Ilecting our accounts the first of each month but have been unable to collect them allspromptly Vo are therefore compelled to soil e for CASH that we may pay cash for oui goods and will endeavor to make it to tho interest of Go o the trade to do business with us V CSSIInice line of Staple and Fancy Groceries S Qttocaswarc and Glassware 8c Give usa call examine our stock and got prices u I e yGoods exchanged for country pro die 0 r tLHIGGINS kI 1 s ELLI 5S5 1 1 ivUrn U o WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KV S t Ss 043 a o V 8e i t 1j IJIiJiIXJ l WiY SuFFErs ACOMY lDONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed IWhn you Itis the discovery of an cinihont pbyskuau- Ho Knife Illm inbrnption G Busias s ITho first treatment brings immediate relief Jclse thousands and will euro you MR T 5 V1LOOX prominent raorcjwit piiiiafla- nd chief of the Chattanooga Fire ni nt fiajfe After years of suiTerinj DONS PILE lTLZNfwusrec cmracndcd to me The PCnf c cox ciiected n pcnnnn nt m I viluntaril give tus itaterncnt hoping It rrll i lofbringing your wonderful romcOy to the attention of oilers t1 fcring with piles f Price 100 Prepaid to any Address DoN CIiEMQU QMPAN r Ip UILi c I ft P i Ib5UPItEMENT- L J I it + + i4 i 1 ZJ is a list of the the May Term 1898 to be paid out of the Levy for the year l iQQ and ifi for and to the for r MISCELLANEOUS AUIOH George road commissioner 11 days 16 50 Azbill J 2 accounts 37 00 Baker J S pike work 36 25 Lutner J S pke work assigned to J H Sluuffor 19 80- Bangh R E rent of school house for election 10 00 Burton II assigned to Coving ton Bro 40 50 Brown M G inquests 24 00 neck G W merchants account 4 40 Boen B B k Z M account 3 00 BirutUi Bui account 77 25 Brockman AV Seonveying nris oners 985 Block A and J Miller assigned- to W S Huiey 50 00 Burgiu Million rock account 152 50 Burton W Frond work 0 00 Brook Walter 2 days work mid 8 posts 14 50 Bpsloy Dr account SG200 if allowed 15 50 Bakor J L assigned to TC AVitt 10 00 Baker J 16 accounts assigned to S S Parks 226 31 Black Arch and Junn Miller piko work 204 07 BarieT111 rock account assigu ed to TJ Smith 77 25 Bakor J L 3 accounts assigned t TJ Smith 137 44 wblyB smallpox account 4 00 ie Imon L R coal for rock crusher 5 SO Our ton Lee pike work 41 25 tfroaUdus PB sot of harness 10 CO icimain Moborley attorney Ofee 100 00 QCraika Otho assigned to W M- 0hz precVn 6 45 ention t V pik work 185 18 onventioiiui pike work 42 60 8Jld40 LlyiowiS John H II Colyer- coiuTuissioner 10 00 Bruco Risk meichauts acct 65 Barnes Sam rock en pike 5 00 Balluw George col 5 days work on pike 5 00 account 259 00 Combs Dr It B account 5960 allowed 14 85 Clay B J election comr 4 days 12 00 Chenault J B election comr 4 layS 12 00 Carter J B Lumber account 25 38 Glowers J M road claim 6 00 Covington Arnold Bro mer chants account 41 83 Climax Printing Co printing 25 00 Collins T B merchants account 2 75 Cain Thomas account 5 25 Chribtopher J D account assign ed to R E Turloy 7 05 Cobb Mrs C W account 65 00 Cobb Zena viewing dirt roads 7 50 Chenault CDadmr W R Green rook account 35 00 Collins J S 2 awits 760 each 15 20 Glowers Earnest pike work 28 75 burran T J assigned to S Hunley 25 30 Bhcnatilt Jerry account 1 20 Chambers John overseer of road 13 60 Colyer H H paupor claim 12 00 Colyor H II to nty pair iii milieu 200 00 Culver II s 01 ftUIll 400 W parse A E lumber e 47 IX Coy N It viewing pikes 22 50 Cottou Nat viewing pikes 22 50 Cobb I Tens cUntv attorney 900 00 Cobb J Tevis btatioiiery 30 00 Clay 1attie A Infirmary 000 00 Chenault Pattie Parish road claim I i Cornelius Mary Louis Siiiullin commissioner 10 00 Co lY C W work on road 118 50 Orooko J comr T P Bonds 100 Ml Abb J Tcvis to buy statutes 8 Ou JIoune J 1iiko work 232 80 Jurran P J pike work 5000 button Nat pike work 17 25 yutton Nat 11 days servicex a- st Justice 33 00 urran T J 3 accounts work on pike 180 80 ounty Judge wilary OO 00 nntliercgc comr on Lan itecaster pike 50 orlingloB W H I days service iw iviVis John 15 rOils rock 45 50 iviri I C commissioner on roads irringert Jones assigned to bvington Aruold Bro 219 06 winger Jpnps assigned to Ilarber Cobb 38 05 Derringer tc Jones assigned to Owen Hiele 30 00 Porringer Jones assigned to- rnlor Bros 10 45 Derringer c5 Jones work on piko 10 24 Derringer lc Jones assigned to TJSmlih 50 00 Douglas Bright Co merchants account 13 25 Dunn William account 4 00 Denny Buster account 5 20 Douglas Corueiisoa account 55 10 Douglas Alfred account 16 D5 Davis Dr J A medical account 54550 74 allowed 11 62 Douglas Simmons merchants account 4 4IMxoti Vest road account John road account 2525 therage N B supervisor 7 Orclies AkIIlis building bridge 12 4- cVuiin Di M city physician 03 QC Dejarnett Sain bailance on rock Duncan Stone livery bill 80C- fDennyi Amanda J Lay comr 7 5C ry Charlie coffin account 3 60 j a 7 1k r t I f WW1 THE RICHMOND CLIMA RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 21 1899 tourt of Claims List ilThe following since County same certIfied publIcatIonl payment BiggeretftffOldham 0TsuIuty 00eraLI COLI 00Dozier v I JUNE Claims Sheriff Eades Julia L work on bridge 00 Embry J T work on bridge 0 00 Frazeo Dr L J account 15175 34 allowed 37 97 Frozee Dr L J smallpox service 103 00 Friend George piko work 46 37 Freemen Bros merchants acct 21 05 Fowler John M pike work 71 lox C T livery bill 1850 Fish AT account 563 45 Fish Johnson account 153 90 Gallonay T gravel on pike 8 00 Grceuleaf J B smallpox claim JOO 00 Greenleaf fc Crooke insurance on court house 120 00 Grady David 2 road accounts 106 73 Gay B F road comr 11 days 10 50 Gabbard G B supplies furnished 5 00 Golden Miss Mildred account 47 75 Graves Edgar Louis Maudlin commistioiier 2000 Griggs W C merchandise 5 00 Griggs John L viewing roads IS 00 Guard for County Prisoners 00 Galloway W T pike work 130 06 Galloway W T piko work 02 80 Gibson Dr W M account 2500 3q allowed 6 25 Guy J L account 21 00 Gay J L 13 lays services as Justice 39 00 I lisle John pike work Iff 00 Hisle John fencing pike 23 72 llockuday Dr W commission er on pike 4 50 Ilarber Dan II viewing roads 9 00 Hoard B F hauling rock 13 75 Heaihmavut Jenkings merchan disc 2 accounts 7 50 House A J road work 44 78 Hugueley Steve 2 days on road 2 00 Hugueley Lucian team and hand 3 00 Hisle 0 road claim 1 00 HopperDorcasB R Wells comr 10 00 House E F pike work 145 75 Ilarber M M Co coal acct 20337 Hall M C assigned to B Kelly S 70 Hurst Dr account 6900 H Al lowed 17 25 Interest 011 Turnpike Bonds 3150 00 Interest on Railroad Bonds 4400 00 Johiixon W A pike work 228 00 Ii OC 00 cc 230 00 Johnson Major i 88 56 Johnson IB 2 I1ccts pike work 155 45 Jones J M coffin account 7 60 Jackson Golden assigned toD M Chenault 32 50 Jasper Dr H C medical account 54400 4 allowed 11 00 Jett Shelby lumber and rock 5 40 Jasper H C jail physician 47 00 Jurors for Qurterly Court 200 00 JenkiusBros medical account 1 00 Jones Eli Todd Bros comr 18 00 Keller John assigned to J T Cobb 107 65 Kindred Reuben assigned to Covington Arnold Bro 8 45 Kanatzar J H road work 17 50 Kindred Boss assigned to T J Smith 7 60 Kelly Talton taking careof pau per 20 00 Kelly Barney merchants acct i 3 00 Keller John pike work 29 00 Kingston and Bear Wallow Turnpike V 3000 00 Lackey J C diet ing and keeping prisoners 270490- Lackpy J C opening court house 290 00 Lackey Mrs M F pauper claim 27 00 Lackey Sarcy merchants acct 10 20 Lall ford W A election comr 12 00 Lucas S F horse and buggy 2 00 Lunk Dr L J uiudical account 20 00 Lykins J M road work 00 t Alfred pauper claim 18 00 LowrvCC road account 19 00 Loug J L account 21 00 Long JUt work nit bridge 2 0- 0bN II It Co forshotw 350 Mellon Ham tram on road 2 00 Moore Co pauper account 8 00 Million B L2 accts road work 238 00 Miller It W Register 58 50 Medcalf Lvi days on roads 9 00 McWliurter L P C days on roads 9 00 McKee Owen merchants acct 22 75- MeLain Mrs Laura allowance 10 00 Moherley S N account 51 Million Gieoryo rock 18 80- Alyerf D II lumber 33 75 McHone John pike work 21 00 Mulkin S L bliicksmilhing 06 50 McCarthy J M plumbing 18 80 Milller M M eomr on piko 4 50 Million Tudor 38 rods rock 207 10 Moberley H K pike fork 121 25 Mink Johnson assigned to Cov Mitchell 10 Mink III J 3 smallpox patients claim assigned to TJ Smith 80 00 Miller Julia 3 smallpox patients claim assigned to T J Smith 2 00 Mayo Andy Lev Medcalf comr 20 00 Middelton B L merchandise 2 95 Martin Tom road Vrk 2 4o Martin Mrs Lucy R burial acct 6 00 Moore J AV surveying 24 00 Moore John receiving work 1 60 Miller Letcher 2 pike accounts 126 16 Maupin Torn L 2 pike accounts 14 Co Moore John measuring rock 2 00 Moore John suryeying road 3 days 9 00 HcKinney June ditching etc 5360 Moore Smith J L Gay comr 7 50 Magisterial district 30 for pau per practice 210 00 Miller Jack having house burned 32 50 McBride John team on road 29 00 Miller Latch rock ou pike 11 30 Medcalf Levi 14 days services as justice 42 00 Northcutt Dr E medical acct 96 t allowed 24100 Newby Allen account C 40 Noland James viewing roads 18 00- Neal Cash road account 1 50 Noland George Co coffin acct S 60 jQIdhapV Do merchants account 24 29 Mhnpii Dr I B acct 42 allowed Parrish Miss M W acct 29 25 Pettus Mrs Richard adtnr comr on pike y 3 00 Perkins T G Jr 2 accta 1000 Parrish S surveying 6 00 Pantngraph Pub Co assigned to T J Smith 76 00 Pickles G W merchandise 1 50 Parks Wailer piko work 15 00 Powell Dovey Dick Williams comr 24 00 Painting court house 250 00IQuinby J S moving tree 1 Roberts Dr Phil acct 4l73 181 lowed 43 25 Roberts Richard pike work 21 25 Roberts Dr Phil smallpox prac URichmondR JhodusRhodus Jessie pike work 62 50 Register Printing Co printing 42 40 Roberts John Richard and T Newby pike work 235 98 Roberts Burton team and hand 2 50 Rice Sam acct 81 95 Roberts Allen pike work 21 25 Kobereoii B It merchants acct 30 00 Roberts C M poor house keeper 250 00 Roberts Mrs C M matron 75 00 Rosa A J pike work 8 75 Richmond Water and Light Co water etc 600 00 Richmond Water and Light Co rock 8 35 Rupard Jno repairing bridge 1 50 Richmond Cemetery Co pauper graves 24 00 Rico A Arnold acct 13 05 Stevenson D M assigned to J B Stonffer 27 00 Stouiler J B post house supplies 14 SO Smith Jim work on culvert 2 00 Soper Charlie rock 131 10 Smith Claude Co acct 9 50 Simmons J P building bridge 6 SO Simmons J P duty on settlement 47 05 Scudder Dr J W poor house medicine 50 00 S 1ettlesSandlin Louis comr of roads 27 00 Sandlin Louis comr of roads 16 70 Sandlin Louis holding postmortem 6 00 Stony Run Road 600 00 Stagner Goo Jim Nolaud comr 10 00 Stafford Bros S10 each J A Young comr 20 00 Stevens Hubbard pike work 6 40 Stockton Uagan merchandise 50 10TSanders J B sheriff conveying prisoners 16 75 S S 1tatoR R bonds 100 00 Shackelford J T comr on Lan caster pike 1 60 Sheppard Chas 42 rods 4 perch rock 35 50 Speedwell and Brassfleld pike 1500 00 Sandlin Louis 14 daysservices as justice 42 00 Turpin G W assigned to J T Cobb j 164 65 Turpiu J pike work 67 00 Taylor Bros account 5 37 Todd L P Co account 34 01 Taylor Shelby account 4 60 Thorpe S II Jr fee bill 14820 Taylor Morgan merchants acct 7 60 Thorpe S H Jr stationery 36 00 The Bracket Bridge Co bridge 375 00 Taylor John Gion account 15 50 Tudor Kinch assignee to T J Smith Sr 16 00 Taylor Gideon rock 5 00 Tribble A J rock 9 85 Tudor Wash and wife 20 each Thomas Cotton comr 40 00 Turpin N B acting judge 200 00 Taylor Dr Vardy acct S300i allowed 1 5 Turpin N B 8 days services as justice for 1898 24 00 Vaught Dr C H acct 5600 U allowed 14 00 Voting Place 13 school houses 10 each 130 00 AAiiljring Oeo M supplies to court house 18 37 AVillgincGeo M account 2 10 Willgiug P L accouilt 3 00 Watts J 2 acct assigned to J K Crutcher 30 00 WallaceC G team 2 days 4 00 Warner G road word 15 days 22 60 White Gibson account 37 15 AVsgers J W furniture in office 40 00 AVagors J W superintendent f salary 975 00 Wagers J to buy schoolbooks 100 00 Williams Thomas viewing roads 9 00 Williams Thomas receiving pikes 10 50 AVhito John F supervising 7 days 21 00 White John F stationery 36 00 White John F recording 103 school reports 103 00 While John F copying and certifying claims 150 00 White John F recording sheriffs settlement 75 00 AYIiite John F waitlngon court of claims 192 CO AAiiitefohn F preparing elec lIon 1 ltfOt 2o 00 WlmeJolurF fee bill 478 68 AVellsRJt ixjor house receiver 50 00 Wells II It viewing roads 18 00 Welts It R eupportpobr house 700 00 Wells R R pike work 11 days 16 50 Witt E t Co coal assigned to J Hamilton 195 00 Witt E Co coal Bssigiied to J Hamilton 14 82 White Allie J D Goodloe comr 10 00 West C Jqmr of roads 80 00 AAagers John F inule hire and cart 285 00 White Mrs George smallpox as signed T J Smith 3 57- AVilllams H H pike work 18400 AVattB J rock on pike assigned T J Smith 2 claims 28 VattsJ W rock ou pike assigned T J Smith 1 claim 14 00 Walker J S comr on Lancaster pike 150 White Goo W Jr 2 sets cart har ness 20 00 Williams Tom 16 days services as justice 4500 AVolls R R14 days services as justice 42 00 Young J A piko work 15 days 2260 Young J A account 28 50 Young George comr pf roads 31 5C Young Jim A 13 days service asjustice 39 00 OFFICEIS OF ELECTION AID UlSWTIOII OJSTBATION FOR JXMJAL OPTIC Ii r IQ II C Ilargis judge 2 00 John Taylor clerk 200 Jack Freeman sheriff 4 CO UNIVERSITY T Harris judge 2 00 B Cooke Polls iudga 200 J R Coruelison clerk 2 00GC W Tribble sheriff 4 00S airy HALL AV P Baxter judge 2 00 T WeilH Judge 2 00 I 0 Horton t cleik 200 David Powers sherlll 400 OFFIGEHS F6U LOCAl OPTION ELEC TION COURT MOOSE C Ilargis judge 2 00 II Kennedy judge 2 00 ohn Taylor clerk 2 00 ack Freeman sheriff 4 00 UNIVERSITY B Cooke Potts judge 2 00 AV T Harris judge 2 J R CornelUon clerk 2 00 URTevis sheriff 400 CITY IIALLA0 T AAells judge 2 00 Joel Gentry judge 2 00 HO Horton clerk 2 00 David Powers sheriff 4 00 JlOBEABY- AVm Jett judge 2 W Joseph Gentry judge 2 00 W J Flub clerk 2 00 C Cobb sheriff 4 00 TIITON Jno L Gripgn judge 2 00 G F Edwards judge 2 00CJnoAVGrider cleik 2 H R Kelly sheriff 4 00 A COCAVm Benton judge 200 CMW C Terrill sheriff 400 IrA ANAUGH L Bybee judge 2 00 A S Noland judge 2 00 Jas P Hubbard clerk 2 00 J Gideon Taylor sheriff 4 00 KINGSTON B F Crooke judge 2 00C R Azbill judge 2 R T Pettus clerk 2 00 J B Parks sheriff 4 00 DEAn WALLOW J Jones judge 200 Speed McKeehan judge 2 00 C Lewis clerk 2 00 B Riddle sheriff 4 00 SPECIAL REGISTRATION COUKT HOUSE HCHargis judge 200 J H Kennedy judge r 200 John Taylor clerk 2 00 Jack Freeman sheriff 4 00 IINIVERSITYFT Harris judge 2 00 B Cooke lotts judge 200 J It Cornelison clerk 2 00 C W Tribble sheriff 4 00 OITY HALL Joel Gentry judge 2 00 C T Wells judpo 2 00 H O Horton clerk 2 00 David Powers sheriff 4 00 BEGULAK ELECTION NOVEMBER 1SOSI COURT hOUSEIII C Hargis iudge 2 00 J II Kennedy judge 2 00 John Taylor clerk 2 00 Jack Freeman sheriff 4 00 UNIVERSITY- W T Harris judge 2 00 B Cooke Potts judge 2 00 J R Cornelison clerk 2 00 O Tribble sheriff 4 00 CITY HALL W PBixterjudge 2 00 C T Vell judge 2 00 H 0 Horton clerk 2 00 David Powers sheriff 4 00 LOCAL OPTION ELECTION OHENAULT- T Hall judge 2 00 J S AVhite judge 2 00 Nowland Jones clerk 2 00 J V Gibson sheriff 4 00 WHITE HALL Sanford Oldhnm judge 200 G R Carpenter julge 2 00 A Hampton clerk 2 00 Jno W Shearer sheriff 4 MCREABY Wm Jett judge 200 Joe Gentry judge 200 W K Risk cJerk 2 00 C AV Cobb sheriff 400 TIITOV JlTGriggs judge 200 G F Edwards judge 2 00 John W Grider clerk 2 00 H K Mellon sheriff 4 00 WACO Wm Beutou judge f 2 00 200JMWUTerriSl sheriff 4 00 1CAVANAUGII J L Bybee judge 2 00 RL Doty judge 200 Jas T Hubbard clerk 2 tfO A S Noland sheriff 400- KINGSTON J M Hendren jtnlgu 2 00 J R Creokmore judge 2 00 C I Iark clerk 2 00 Bra k Maupin sheriff 4 00 lIE m ALLoW J Gooch judge 2 00 Douglas Young judge 2 00 F I Jones clerk 2 00 James Combs sheriff 4 00 fcUNOAXVAX J 8 Boggs judge 200- JO Miller judge Q 001JED Mitchell judge 200 L C Gabbardjudgn 2 OI T J Ogbum clerk 2 John Johnson sheriff 4 O DEKEA John D Goodloe judge 2 00 II K Richardson judge 2 1- 0ItflobersonolerkT 2 00 Fayetto Vaughn sheriff 4 00 DURHAM 2JVIIIA M Davidson clerk 2 A Arbuckle Sheriff 4 TEVIS- S AD Jones j judge 200 KiMfe Judo jiidge 260J- Lg ki B keniB clerk 2 00 iOjt i yIIf i j CRUTCHERI T J Douglas jndge 1 2 00 JE Reagan judge 2 00 John Murphy clerk 2 001 M B Arbuckle sheriff 4 rOOSEY Warner jndKe 2 00 D Carpenter judge 2 00 J N Hendren clerk i 2 00 John C Warren sheriff 4 01 NEWBV John Heathman judge 2 00 Jacob Long judge 200 R E Tudor clerk 2 00 C V Jenkins sheriff 4 00 niGQEnSTAF- FjN B Howard judge 2 00 U W SanderH clerk 2 00 Morgan Taylor sheriff 4 00 ROAD CLAIMSG CUE AULT PRECINCT sher John sr S 120 slier John jr 120 slierNatlian I 20 Azbill Cyrus 1 40 Bentou Tom 120 Bentou Jordan 120 Baker Andy 80 Bowman Jessie SO B B JroaldusBipgcretaff Elihue 1 20- Biggerstnif Sam 1 CO Burton Lee JutsingerC JinnhitlCosby Robert 270- honault Wailer 1 20 Chenault George 1 20 bennult Lem 1 20 henault lloyd 60 Chenault Frank 80 Cobb George 1 20 Collins Joe 20 C C LlarkChrisman C LhenaultLetch LhennultChenault Sam 70 Chenault Ed I 1 20 Clay Robert 65 Deatherage Sam col 1 20 Deatherage Sam 20 Deatheraee J C 2 30 Deatherage Bird 1 20 Deathernge G T 80 Dejarnett James 1 20 Oozier G E 3 45 Oozier Horace SO Dozier Albert 1 20 Dozier Conway 1 20 Eades Will Forbes Ike 5 00 orbes George 1 20 Fjfe Tom 00 Fowler Will 60 Grimes James and Kate land to change road 12 50 Grimes William 1 70 Haines Connie 1 20 Gibson James 40 Garrett William 1 40 Gentry Charlie 120 Harris Gill 1 20 Herndon Dock 20- flale Horace 1 20 Jones T C 1 20 Jones Charlie 1 20 Jenkins Green 80 Keen Martin 1 00 Iillion Ed 1 25 Million Mark 1 00 Million Ed 1 20 Million Harry 1 00 McCord Dave 100 SONealeNeale Louis 80 Oldham Willis 80 Payne Alex 80 Phelps Wilt 1 20 helps Hugh 1 20 Phelps Rufus 80 Phelps Tom 1 20 Phelps DM 80 Phelps Jas 90 Phillips Jerry 30 Parke Scott 1 20 Parkp Will 60 Iarke Walter S 80 Prke Dave 40 PullyBob 80 Prewitt John 120 Portwoon Frank 1 20 Portyood Will 60 SOITaylor las 3 45 Taylor Sam 120 Taylor Rufus 7 60 Taylor ES CO Thompson Tom Jr 40 Thompson Tom Sr 120 Thompson Andy 120 Turner Charlie 120 Turner Roy SO Turner Bob t 100 Todd Wailer v 80 Turpin Sim 2 Shearer Mat 1 2- 08operfhailie 60- Sopor Sam Walkur 0 John 80 White JaB 80 White Cain ANluie Bob AVhltegRoy v AVhitef Dah W Wright Morgan io- WIIIjHAnl1y f 100 Wooiln Joo v jf 05- Deaihorage G WOvfrseer 6340 whfIra JIALIUECINCT Amsler Edward 120 Abher AVm to 140 Barnes Elijah 1 40 Barn triiJames 80 Barnes Ben 40 Bnrghi Gordan oveneer5011i Madison J 0 BSrxiuEC SO 10BurBiggdrstaW Overton 50 Biggerstaff Eugene y 50 BlytheAVui iO Benge James SO Uolin James 80 Brumfield Buford 80 Bush John m Bash Tobe SO Bennett Peter SO Bronston Tevis 80- lnlU ton AVm I39 bcontifbii Lafayetto SBO Brock James 70 Ikntiy George 10Brewer Joe ii 1i1O Chenult Sam 1 ChitltJohn t r r S- oCkikPets 89 t jjjjjjj Chenault Overton 80 Ciienanlt Wm 80 Coleman Alex iO- C urtsInerJessio 80 Clark JAV- Chamberlain SO F M 1 20 Cosby Simon 80 Cosby Samuel 1 40 Derricks John 50 Dozier George 80 Dozier M SO DeatheingeJobn SO Fox Mark 1 10 Fox Jake 50 Fox Dick 40 box Green SO Fox Jim 65 ox Ben SO Fox John iO Guess Tom SO JriIlttIi Turn SO Gentry Bart 70 Gilbert Ike 1 00 ilbert Louis 1 20 Hadon Wm 80 Hill Perry SO Hill John SO Harris Dan SO Harris Smith 1 20 Hughes C S iO Hughes E M 1 40 Hall Milt 80 Igo B M 70 Tones Dock SO Jones Dave 80 ones George 65 Jones Tas 50 Jones French 1 20 Jones James 80 ones Perry 2 25 Grandison SO Iinson Thomas 80 Kelly Hiram O Khlwell Tom SO King Dillanl iO Knapp Charlie 2 70 Kash Lee BO Kash Letcher SO Laugford Thomas O Langford CT I JO jLangford O 80 tle Alfred SO isle Tom W isle James SO isle Ben SO W S 140 Million E P 4 SO Million Woodson 1 40 Million John 1 40 Million James 1 40 Million WillIam SO Morgan Henry 80 Morgan Beverly IMize Milt SO Muocio James SO Mligee William 50 Moore DL- Monday so William 80 Minter Edgar 2 40 inter Price 1 40 Monday James 50 McQueen Nath SO McCord William 80 Marshall Golly 50 McCloweu Clint 65 McKinny Jefferson 1 20 Miller James iO Jfewby Fount SO Newby William Oldham Jams 1 20 Pinkston Milo 1 10 Pinkstou Sanford 110 Parks T H 80 Perkins James 00 Powell J D 2 80 Powell Josiah 80 Perkins Joe- RobernouCC 1 40 SO Roach Edward 80 RoyceS Q80Reed AM 160I Royce Rice Smith Tom- Shanks George SO Shearer John So Shearer Tom SC Simpson Was SO Stevens Alba 80 Smith Fuller SO Stevens Hubbard lumberetc 8 niitliJames iO Turner lIen 70 Tiilett AVm 1 60 Taylor Schuyler 7 00 Taylor Jas 120 Taylor Calvin 1241 Twine tam SC Thorpe Thomas iO Thomas James iJ Toggle Henry 40 White John 1 10 White Robt SO White Walker SO White Henry so- White Rico 1 20 Young Vin 8r 1 20 Young AYtn Jr 70 MCUEAHY PRECINCT Ashcraft AVm 40 Brumback Charlie j 00 Brookahire WW SO Brooks Tutu Brooks Charleston 1 10 Brooks Lincoln 200 Baber Win SO Baber Martin I 3II Brandenburg 1 2IJ Bruce Zena 8Bennett Tom iQ Berry A 130Baxter J A 80 Burton T iSOBowman Kit l 20 Baldwin S F 34S Cobb Robert eSO CUr Willie 1 20 Clay Dave 1 O Clay Kobert 120 Clay James 120 Clny Billlo 120 CHUCK Dick 120f Chetiaulr Price 120 Clionuult Win 70 Carson E E 120 Davis Eil- Dunbar 1 6JR Denny Tobe SO Denny James 1 130 Eades Woody 80 Eades James 120 Eades John LLOOEldri-dge Clint 40 Eldrldgo Dock 40 EuibreeiAVli 0Ford Robert 1 ID Ford Mark v 120 Ford Henry 120 Freeman AT lID GreenJacob 120 Green Leelie 70 Green Steve tGreen AH 1W Green Geatry i4O 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Tracy Gilboit SO Turpin R D 1 20 Turpin Haden S- OurpinJCT 160 Todd Sam P 1 20 Thomas Enos 1 60 Vaughn Duck 1 20 Woosley John I 20 AVoosley Jesse 40 AVooslpy J II 240 AVest James 1 20 Wells Tom 20 Wells Milo 1 10 Wells Denis 2 00 AAells R R SO Walden Charlie 1 60 Walls Rpht 80 Baxter M R Overseer 75 00 T1PTOX IUKCIXCT Brock John 1 10 Brumback John 1 10 Brnmbock W H 70 BushSP 80 CovlttRton Oby 1 20 Cain N B 120 Clift Slut 1 2O Combs Victor SO Clem G W 120 Combs Charlie 201 Chonault Ben i 20 Cheuault Jerry 20 Daniels Gison 1 20 Denny AVjll 1 20 Denny John 10Dunbar Will SO Dixon rex 70 Dixon Elsie 1 20 Dixon Lewis 1 20 Durham Will I O Ellison Ed i 20 ElkinJaH 80 Evans Dick 1 20 Fades Ho l ert 80 Hinter 20 inter G W a 90 ioodloe Jas 80 Griggs Charlie 50 Grinstead Everet 20 Grijjttl Sam SO Hislp AVill I 20 Hall Leslie ID Hill Will 1 20 Harris James 1 20 Harris Nuth 1 20 Hisle Sa nl20 HisleWlil l20 AlaI romI 1 20 Hugiieley George 1 20 Hisle Bill 1 ID Hisle Moses SO Jackson Jim 120 Jackson Henry 1 20 Jackson M i 20 Jett George I 20 Junes Oils 10IKelly II Kalor Sam 120 SOiLewis II P 1 0 Martin Ben SO Martin Tom I Martin Will Moore Tom SO Macentosht Robert 1 20 Roland Greeii 120 Noland John 1 U Noland Jim 120 Pitcher WM 20I Powell A I Peareon Dud 120 Parker Tom 120 Porker Robert 1 0 Roborsou1euben 00- taweJl Levi 120 SweUJawk 124 Shearer Sam 70 Thorpe T P 1 20 Turpin John 80 Tribble TJ 89 Tribble Charlie 121 Tribble W M 1 20 TJiacker AVM lOTribble Jake 12J Thacker Anderson 120 rnrpil1t AJiii t foTracy Pendje ton I 1 20- WiisosReii 120 AVebbjack 1 20 Walden Kelly r SO AVebberfGeonre 120 WitIfMI x S- OWHhl4W f 120 Woo CI3rlIe tL 20- Willwgtfliy CHt 1 20 VeIl Mke 1 QVillonWlIloitbralt WoeWX f vesIJ- U ttiifl1 il k UPPLEMENT ChamberBfJohnoverseerV ISO Adams Georgo 12 Adams John M- Adams 120- BriltunInlce 20- allow Lyman 20 Butler Tom SO Bybee EH- Bowman M 20 Benton Merritt 60 Benton Oscar 60- exiton Charles a Bybee S- Iaicer 40 Bates Berry JBates Steve 20 Bates Tom C- OatesJohn 60 Blanton Aaron 20 Berryman Charlie 20 ates Charlie 20 errymanlrvo 20 Bates Dillard 20 Brvaut James 20 Blanton L ate Ben 20 utler John 0- Broaddus Jerry 00 Bonny Hubert 20 Bonny NO 13Q Burton Dick 2J Bush Bob 12 ushJT BnshT ornehisonEB 120 Covington Irve 1120 Conner AVesly CainNB 2O Covington Etl 20 Covington Wallace 20j James Covington Milt Coruelison Seth IYiCllrr Collins IlowanV XCombs James Combs James Duncan 1JDozier Curt Duncan John UuncanJult Duncan G II Denham lit 1r Dalton Arthur Duncan Hugh 20 Embry Louis 80 Embry Speed 20 + 4 + 4+++ 4++44 + 44 + r q 120 Tom I l 160 J 1 I 1 E A S 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 120 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IJ21 I Cain I I 1 4 2 2 AVm 1 2 v t 9 + Embry Charles 000 Embry C M I SO JEllIsoiiFriend James 11 20 Fielder T Ii 15 Fielder Hiram SOP Griggs AVT Gilbert Tom 1 20 GrIntead Joe il 20 Gentry John Ji 1 20 Grinstead G T 1 60 40 JHrirrisJoeHarris James 20 Hatton Noah I 60 Hisle Tom iti Hisle Win 1THomeHopper Raybtirn I 1 16 Hackett Tom 120 Handy Merrill 1 15 Hendnx Chris 1 Hendrix Mat 60rHnbbard BenJHarris James 85 Jackson SimonCOJones Charles SO Jones Jessie j 120 JolinsonDr 1 40 Jackson James S King Henry 1 20 King Leslie I 55 Kidwell TJ I Kid well W N 60 Lackey M I 20 Lackey Dick I 20 LewiH John I 20 Lackey Luke I 20 LogMloii M I 60 Lykins James 60 Locklln Dan m Locklili Andy m LogsdeiiWD D I ill LedfordJB 85 Moberly 1 J I 20 Matherly George I Miller Mike 4 i O MooresEB l 20 Moores J AV I 40 Mooree AVm I 20 McDonald Frank 20 Maupin Pete Maupin Mitch 11SO Oldham John 60 OgirEd O- Qldham Jarret J 21 Oldham Spe d fV J I 20 Off WlIlIll1II l OIdh 20 Oldbam Charlei- PJtelpB i 20 Robert1 j i 10IortwootlSjias 20- lrawl U W O lowellt Jolml too lark lUKh 80 thee Bnali 10 RiceClark 1 20 Rhodus Dillard 1 20 Rhodun Mart 1 20 Uhodufi Johir 10 iRobersoii W M I IHupard U K io Hluxliis JutucH team to 20- iirIiii r 115 JtI v M i o Singer Charles 1 20I Siiowden Charles ritivers JasollI 1SC Saw ell Lukrt I SteveriB Ayilliuui 20 Searcy C L uiiila SC Simpson Sibas 1 Smith 1riJff 1 40 Tvl8 E 20 TaddDahney 1 O rribble G W O Tod d Bros a1e 2lTurner Jixj el 1 O Toll Mart 8- 0Tay1orGY IfL 120 TathirHiriira 120 Tti 85ifr7WbIteJair tKt 20 AVtakferJbhH 111 0- W 1 20 YTJ Jnn sdIM i WJ 12- 0WlM thi tHO YIt w yl J SO i 2b Iofnt i 8- 0IlO4 fI1t t j w 160tw t ews IlJ1 or I 0 rf KAVANAUOH PHEQINCT Will Henry 1 60 ooks Charlie I 60 ioaddl1s Etbrige 1 60 bee KTI 160 Jew Merrill 1 60- ewWn13 100 iksTom too- l4n Van I ro Toni I liO Beln PleasSOqol Edinontt I C JliAhner 2 40 Coblicliard 1 ro Chan rs Jurry 40 Collfileiiry ii 60 Cole lIarllo team I 40- Cnstej I ro- Cnrpeil lete I lil- lChellaij UarvtYHIClirist r r Iett I Cox FJI I 6- 4trawtort Wm m Dot Gh s I lil- lIDealrre H S 2 UI m- Estilli lelryt EastercjIWy l U erry l 21- tFraziICC I Iill FrazltrA J lilt I IottLee IUDf I W IprlllIt Will 15- 0Geit v Earnest lilt G e I G 1j Harver I 2- 1GentyWade I qeiijry George I Ii- OGeniry Jake 10 Gentry Charlie 70 Harris James 1HockerWin I I- X1jolly Chris I 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overseer 3 I KINGSTON FIIXC1NCT Alcorn Jonah Altorn Bob i AlolllIniue 21 Azbill Joe i 0 Alexander Joe 1 2O AlleiDan 20 Allen Job I 2 Barker PIIIB I 20 Ballard Julio 20 Brutlierion Bob 1 20 Briitherton Torn 20 Bleviui John 20- IiroatldtisJawes I 20 BlnckAIex 20 Black SIIU 20 blackWill 20 Beatty Horace I 20 IVrry Ell Ballew Cash Bules AVMte Bowlr EUjali O Bogiepavu I2iHnlel Willie 1 20 Ifcixier Aluj 0- IturiiB Mildred 1 Bowler Dick 0 Burns Lynn I 20 Barclay AVillinm 1 20 Barrett John 1 20 Barrett Henry 1 20 Barrett Joseph 10 Bishop Henry 1 2U Barrett Steve 1 2- 1COllIIiXJSUIISK onC- ayana gh Arch I 20 Collins Tola W Cochran John team 12 laya- Gavaiiangh 2400 Mack I 20 Collins Kjck- CojTlns 10 Brutus 2U Collins John O Cheuuult Boy SO Cheuault Wade 1120 Cochran John 1 20 Collins Dad 1 2- 0CulliusIllliin 1 Crook Cash l20 Crawford George I 20 Cmwlord Robert 1 Campbell Jasper 1 20 CampbellxJerry 1 20 Ciris llli Joe I a Crawford AVT 120 Combs J H i 20 Combs Jinr- Uaviscuir V I 1 2- 0DunsO1rris f rO oozier W tl I 20- ir i 2- 0thiots1ll I 20 wl iTI 1 0 tL GElI I f TF z jT F 1 r 1uA ttt1tt-C MEN 83 fJ ji 3v L =fJ r ilCv v t tv eI v 3 PRICES aYa o 1a j eo pass and comfort in I Ii8 Honey of Tar has no equal 1i j and 50 cente at Perry and june liu u viph never had it good dinner ru In good suit of clothes r I WHBN y WAllT TOft i iIiii = t COME AND SEE US Our stock is complete in every particular ouu PRICES RIGHT ALLTHE WAY THRODG WE CAN PLEASE YOUS+ SEE A FEW OF OUR PRICES BELOW Xadics I1Iesiilf1iI nil Militl leather Oxfords Uongola KM or Garf common sense pize a to 8 EEpricel 00 worth SI 2j 4+ IbattIIt tip size 2tn f D or EiricoiJL or J1 le Vi I WtII It 72 no 4 Ladies low shoes All Tile Ool lilt Tit tip v sinr top iizet4 tnS E ice i fin worth 2ici Kiti tall lace spring heel kid tip toe aizn2J to 7 Eprr 75 winhlItdlrll TIC i 1111 Iii heel ot spring heAl lace JJj- or buttoii kblor nltent tip J to Hoi E 50 worth T52 W+ IBW Box Call In lace or butt flU Etyie tops size to It U ZIIIL E 3 00 worth 3 5il 5Ieiis nw 1xlan Paif lightorilark stiatlo Jtrle tncs pizo 6 it 11 H Caiid I 350 worth 4 OiMens In kor Fan V ici In all tylell lace or I oites r to 11 tattid JE 3 m worth 8 50+ 4 MenH UIRCk or Inti Yid or Call nil tyIes size 0 tu 11 E sod liE 2 00 worth 2 50 u t MDe 4 xaoe a eom Axe 01 1 =i JI I RICE ARNOLDJSuccessors to WALLACE RICES OOO QQ0Q8S ooooOo I je BARA1N SALE O1 c311 eAokvcc- j 1 = =NJ ppte fpb peteo iJnVID E m Jl i ID lPj1L 0 e williiJOU can take your choice at just One= Half PriceWe manylotsto clean them up we have placed themIIall on the BARGAIN onehalf price For instance 0 0 0 le lea 0 O ec a o B Q Asthma idle r a U 1 A S500 SUIT FOR 8250 A S10 SUIT FOR 8500 A 81250 SUIT FOR 8625 Dont let this opportunity I iiSssOsS SssasssSsS9OOOOO3SO0aOOCOSSOeSSOeaaea a rlitr iiji Coin Tis worth a Iag of gold This all plies wltfi special force to Ilooda Sar sajitirilla Americas Greatest Medicine line silent said Pythagoras or say something better than silence 9 Q J g j OLYAFE IniY i lnN rD011 J o t r d1i 0J t fl Jl tt I YT+++ + II t OneFourth Oil Clearing I 1 will last salel II IBy the forelock if you want the benefitof the OiiCEourth J tJO FFOti all Heavy Goods t9has Suits OveicoatsShes Un 4 tleieai Hats c wlflpJR ITIle Clothier The Sioer The flatter The Jinier I 1 r nttttMONEYS WORTH 50sLadies The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist Berea Commencement today Have yon been in StouUers new ttIStonflprhas moved to Maui streel next to John G Taylors tf ilHpirationto himselfisFull line of road wagons and bun gles at HIGQIXS LUXONS my3l 5t Finest line of neckwear in the city at gitonflers new store Main street dayforTueElackor1500SStouffer took moro tItan 100 meas lantsXewStoufFer sells more clothing for clothierNewHigvins Luxon have a carload of buggies and carriages Dont fail to see them when in town inay31Im A hem tlCu Chifkering piano made of mahogany can be purchased from G W Evans Jr for fCO jneUtf Barney Kelly the Second street lastFridayMr H H Conner of Cynthiana was chosen to represent C U at the Chauttiuqua Oratorical Contest StoufFer lies taken more measures for suits loonier this spring than all the rest combined New store Main St tf Gov Kd Brown is distributing cards announcing bis candidacy for Councilman from the Court House pro cinct Miss Unth Taylor and Mr Tom Dowden of Newark Ohio were married at Covin tou last week They will live in Ohio Tho CLIMAX starts this week to a wellknown former resident of this city Mr Archibald Woods Kavanangh Vin tou KansasSW KLetchor won the trap shoot last Friday Dr llobeon was out of straightdoubles Hev John H Feq was in town Sat urdav but in suffering rom a disloca ted shoulder due to a fall on his porch at Berea some time ago Tim Ladies Fair cleared between 250 and S30i In giving credit for good bvaluableFrazecSJohn Ca ell youngest son of Mr and Mrs John 0 Cheriault has recov ered from the accident whereby his J91tiugYou ran get for a few weeks only the CLIMAX and daily Louisville Dis patch fur 1 50iinday edition 550 1ake advantage of thfA low rate before the proposition is withdrawn The weather from Thursday until Monday was ideal The tunipeatnre WJld CliO the weather clear juid the thisriMeil3rll W T Tevis T J Curtis John Jtallard K O Iottr Sam DJHI heLlo J O Uroyks and iwibcrt Jon ninus served as jurors in the U S Court at Frnnkfuit for past two weeks We are closing qnt all our goods iiiaorder to rumodel our house Clothing huts shirts and underwear at your own price at Sionflers new Main street tore next door to Farmers National Bank tf Capt John Iutert and Cot Robert Harris conductctl cue of the largest ex cursions ever run to Ivstill hat Than engelbfrday at Irvine 300 sample summer coats and vests just opened in all the latest and best styles at less than manufacturers cost 10 be closed out toutlerH new olpotiiteMadisl1u The capital of the Blue Grass is in line titus year with tho biggest thing ever attempted in the couth known ns the Lexington horse Show Fair and InIpurses aiul atjikinj aiiinseiuunt feature Hate August 8 to 12 Cats JlrenllUmlI KyGOtRoad Race The Danville Cycle Club will give a 13mile handicap road race June 22ud The run with he over the lltiatonville Lincoln Boyle and Stanford pikes aJol1lljolItingiution to the Club Open Air Concert The first of the Summer series ot openair concerts liy the band own red last evening in honor of use visiting wheelmen jLVoL Mitchell is a fine in dividual performer and tilt haudIS rapidly getting back mto their old form where they were the besk trained hotly in this suction Unusual Heeling An unusual meeting occurred in the United States Court tin Thursday last nt Fraud fort when exSenator Black mint oxGovernor McCreary and ex Conijressman lrockinridc all Appeared at the eauio timo in tho U s Court pccrtldcil over by JudgnE vails They were there to attend to different cnsas hut each of thtiir uicca came on the same day TJicse geutJenloniJllchHI ing JndgH Evanrt Mere all inenilieM of UdtirvKii at the same time and this id tho Jlret limo they nil met sinco ihey tRpitolIllill thu fuujuHS W clRwut Ctfiitr Oo lege c KCcus Stages CVUTCTVS axvi tmiaTvls FINE SHOES g Ben Allen Fined 350 This case of Ben Allen charged with ClaysFerrylabt week and Allen comproniisf by paying tile court 350 Masonic Barbecue al Kirksville A grand Masonic picnic in honor of litKlrkKvllleare freely extended to yourself your iweelheartsanti good speeches Alex Pences Fate Sealed Tim Court of Appeals hRS nlflrmed the iiiditmeiit of the Madison Circuit Court winch sentenced Alex Pence killiugPence with uoxv have to wear tho veil victs garb and para the remainder of litisThe Prandennlal Club Cigar cigursMr UlnhinJoyMiCrearyMr O E Woods Secretary The cigar specialboxof the Club will use no other Tryit Cigar Named Alter The Next Auditor Auditorcigar just nut on the market byslr dgarIIIIUlulactllrerpable of judging tlite cigats are pro nounced A It is a compliment to hitcijRrsll1oklll thlJohnNotice ofirowuingwas voted that nil visiting preachers of other denomimitiuiiR areto be al inihowninganydenomitisijoulpriviligea than above stated the doors of said church will not be opened to that denomination any more FSharpHoods PlllDo not gripe nor Irritate the alimen yetpromptly Give CoinfontSold by all druggists 23 cents t tohisOne Good Dose of Dr Bella PineTarHonev on retir i nt stops a coujih relieves croup or cures a cold and matures quiet rest and IInbiessed it recommend it a 25c bottle from your 11ruggiftiSeverest adversity is olten the surest pathway to real happiness An Important Addition to tile list of the worlds most valuable medicines is Dr Helln PineTnrlloney illLtUihiethe niiMt etllcacIotiH means known In lav ot curini cough jc il Uainl kiiufre dipenfies Good druggists sell It lit 2Jie on a gtwmiitee That alono which ran make an abid ingplace a home IK lovesA sallow jaundiced skin is symp l s1niiigsroutblood which deeirny etiergy ehecifullness strength vigor happineKt andolife llerbme will restore the natural functions of the liver Price oO cents t Perry Thomas je7lm OllvilllhcOllghformore scvurb cotiKh than ever before I haye ued ninny remedies without n- lelvinl much relief and being itcorn mended to try al tlleof hHinnerlalnV PuuKli Remedy by a Irien who jUVItgratifying results The first bottle re lieved me very much and the second bottle had absolutely cured me have not had as good health for twenty AHearthThomas jnne7lui cltreillsDruggistIyou you ask for Some few wilt ask you to take Kointtthimr which they claim is as good A little more profit induces them to do this lr Bells PineTarHotiey is the best youtrycept any substitute enIAside from the serious inconvenience antI caused by lilies there isatendency to fistula and to cancer in the rectal regions Piles should not beat lzjlsJershluukove remed1rllI liONs a bottle tultes 75 cents at Perry Thomas jeTlm Tho direst poverty in title world is poverty of goodness Mntrl inrulriii LawyerBrthanlstney yuilagt31 thought you were laid up with all sorts or bauldiscases AJnl so I wusreplietlthercerun611 JnlllJetlonconiJ1tiollSirsaparilla which has put me on in fet cured all my stomach trout tIles Tilout doubt t111 time inwyeh This Mine medicine ctirpd my fit oi rheumatism and my little girl of wjrof cia WliHu they way its the best niedi dee money CHH buy they only tell the truth Yes ye tlwy ro1 replies tett twi1thc two J1MtI9 d Qa liu j tri C i l4 ik I 1 t A A Lc i 1+ 1i tjf f Planters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic NetiralRaandTootliiichr In the mlnUI onr tnmh and Summer Coinplaiuu frlre 25 Cent White Sold by Perry Thomas Successors to W O everytrue childemaciated weakly and in dantrrr of Vornlfogsremedy Price 25 cents nt Perry Thomas jiine7lin novrbeThe Mmlerti Beauty Thrives on irood fln1and siirisliinowl airlIrace MINIUM with its beauty If her oflaxative bytheIt is better to be good plumber than a poor preacher If your sight is blurred with pperkp Hnd spots floating before your eyes or you have pains Ill the right side under the ribs then your liver in deranged and yon need a few doses of to regulate at lrice 50 emits at PrrThomas jnne7lfn Tomato juice removes Ink stains from the hands To Throw Good Money Alter Bad will but increase my pain If you have thntdiyou not now heuin taking Hoods Sar wiparilln the medicine that never din appoints Thousands vof people who were in your condition and took Hoodt Sarsapiirillii it was tho best invest broughttlient itehtion Hoods Pills euro sick headache iudi libertyisNervous Dyspepsia Catarrh of tle stomach chronic nnd acid dyspensia are all cured by that reumetlyDigeatos25c The reform most needed in this world Is selfretom Hardlv a tilt y pusses in families lucre there are children in which Rallimls Snow Ijimment is not needed It quickly cures cuts wounds bruises burns stud scalds Price 25 nnd 50 cts at Perry Thomas june Jm Good character can never1 be possess ed by a lazy maimSPlantersCUBAN OIL cures III Burns ISnrifpR Rheu matism aivl Sores Price 25 cents VOTrue politeness is impossible without sincerity It Can Not be Proven that Dr Hells PineTar honey Is this best cough and hint remedy on earth unless von try it If yon do this and dont agree with ns you get your 2crhack qnicB right where you buy it Wall tho Isms none is worse than egotixui j Mr P Ketch mall of Pike Gal says hutriuig lilY brothers Ille sick nens fnim Bciatiuf rheumatism Cham e reindy r11fronls Fur sale by Perry Thomas druggist jnneTlm Where pympathv ill not tolilude is j peoplcillne calls To be successful one must lokIIht1I1I and plan ahead sO thai when H taviiranie opportunity presents itheH Its is ready to lake advantage of- ti A little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time A prudent and careful man will keep n bottle of Chamberlains ollc Cholerahand Diarrhoea Iteuiedy in thosiiftless fellow will wait until neo ctFsity compeln it anti then ruin his best biclotornit 25 rent the other is out a hundred dollars nml then wonders why his neigh bor is getting richer while he is getting poorer liur sale by Perry and Th in is druvaist JnneTlin The lent companionship ono can cut tivate is that of elevated thoughts fortyfivuand mothurhiMid ends it is estimated that the aggregate term of womans auiferini is ten years Ten yenn cut of thirty Otis third of tin Uext part of a wunuiiis life bucnTiced Think of the onoruiMiB loss of time But UIlIt ii not all that lot Those yeara of siifrrtrini steal the bloom from the eyethetheir record in many a ccase and wrinkle What a boon then to woman in Dr Pierces Fnvorie Prescription It UJIdebilitatingcures female weakness and epUiblishen the dnhcatu womanly ortans in vigor ous and jierinaiieut health No tiser medicine can do for woman what i doim by Dr Pierces Favorite Prp8e tioiiSThe best nimwer one can make to calumny is time doing oihm right plalUtrS INUBlAfJgestion Kegulates the Liver Price 25 cia Sold by Perry Thomas IIncceoJaora to W O White rhohpst club any yonnu man can join is time happvhome duo Tetter SiiltRhoum and Eczema T ao intense itching and tunartutg inei alha3siby 4tenaveIs cquaJlv efilcicnt for itching piles and f for soro nipplcBt ohappetl hands chilblains ad chronic soro eyes 25 eta per bos Iswt1djmetpoadititw TOHKS blood aril MKtaI ptl mlMsi Pse f fl o t A T 4H r I ii- r 1t F I ii iiik I 11 IlL Liii r J cC J II 111111111 R t sI kkk II 11W 1 I Att I c = j iJ = qcTJusy Bee Cash Stores i tireat Clear L1 ance Sale Clothing Mothers to P J t i Good Cassimere Knee Pants for children lOc per pair Childrens Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double kneo ami arekiIkr WDu 1linei JfJ Knee Pant Suits in double breasted C 0HdJ U MAT B ALB +r Jteis inoil M5linereSnits well made jn brown Mne k ztsnvifrh mixtures all sizes worth T SB and 7 will Le cUssed in this clearance sale at 2 us M Mens Fino Allwool Suits choiivt Styles nnd qualities in simile and double breasted sack and frock of flume Imported worst nils tcitches and clays every stilt Iii the lot worth and Mild everywhere from to 12 tale yonrehsoico and pick this lililoat lb1ddItsS C tIetis Estraliine Dress Suits perfect tailored which M4J meet the wnnts and suit the ideas of stylish ciiessern to n T You can make your unrKStrict iC1Iffcrillll from hundred of these fashion ahle tail rmado uarmentK worth from 14 to 10 they go iiithis sale at 848 per f a a n c Mild Matet KV np 160000 PAID YE ilXD US i PLAN ttfSthe living the of Cum11o r profits safety m precaution for ihe protection the particulars apply SMITHSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS T Richmond Ky f f f 4 The feet as Intended I Yt IJo Oxfords t1OO f Jenness rSffES RIdIMOND is wild with excitement at the W F BUSY BEE P CASH STORE is closing out their surplus of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods ourrprevious that convulsed the are dwarfs in comparison to our peopleI 4 GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Prices crippled in our former will be great sale The knife that was driven to the will now sink to the Every rs of our choice stock of Goods fHats and Furnishing must go at prices completely obliterated and profit en tirely No wonder disgruntled competiJ4Jt r tion stands aghast The BARGAINS we are stand unmatchedand incomparablei I Boys That Will Make Wild BUY 1 HABLB LBARAN jtwill =Boys SH10nTul 250 Kneo go at S1I9 Onr ri 350 SI V and 500 Knee Pant Suits go in sale nt 20J all styles of the Stock4PJ liii Lontr Pants Cassimere Suits worth nnd itOO will disappear tub sale at stnsia J I1Bigof and worsted choviitH I Scotches etc Take and fit in sale at I49SICM AN 1+ ++ styles in several ARB MQ m R r H zvtJiSuch Rare Bargains as ThesJn Shoes La 1175cyou at per pair Mena fl75 nndsz shoes wilt be flOO Mcni dark Tan Vicl and Itusaia leather 3 anil st shoes they go in this sate at SU9 roolfSuch Sacrifices as in Dry Goods AUwool 36inch wide HenIretta cheviot effects fancy weaves in black width weith and iIng i DS IjIiOrganitteathatwere25candi5kperyardarenow i2to la this sale goods of all kinds cut half into mo t JiV l hair ends worth 45c per pair are lOc in tht sale r43 R IJ 5 b One lot of Slippers for ladles In sizes Jti 3 and some 8s that were tIformerly at flit 150 and 2 wilt be closed in this sale atsac per pair I it Fine Janjnads Iopllna and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Drcsa Goods Former price 75c rand Soc yard wilt be elanplilired in this sail at JGe per yard i served f Special Uenraiico bale savitig on Ladies lpadymnl White Li lies lliuilymmlo Drees Skirts tlIr spetn nut jiif Cnitairsi These have felt the keen edge ol our cold and stand otit to you as the Jrcutotrf f barfTHins wearrt suIt rlutu in thiK side ask topee them 118 t t Not article in the entire store left untouched this stle niufst be far reaching clean sweeping mmiia great I ppace cleanim sale for us We must have room for our fall and this only vny we see to get it is to actually givo and unity out seventh thousand dnllaru worth of tho hest oods wo have to our ciistomern and let them profit byS J our loss Dont fail tn attend this sale SSS MilLCnmlAt ti Ifyalunjr your AslJ when you COUIH for the e Imrirahm nnd save time and for this is a t1CAIiU CLliAflANtlK SALK to irak nwjtn and act to buy fall goods with Very R Hw itfnlly 4VC weft OLDIIAM COMPANYo r ridJ fr IihRICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Wi iJ Hg Tis klka Cog iOF UEXirVOTOIM IXLIfIXG BEi17llIT8r 65000 RESJJJI SURPL T IViIC IWepay the same profits to that Insurance pay to CKtatos deceased consltitent with ansi oinseivjiti 1Every o7 investor to mH BOWTVmN J MILLION Local Agent ri mt UIm7 1 gJ Fit Nature tX JooLIJ Mi 71 for which THE All offers liave offers offers Killed jII hilt heart doll worth Dress Goods Wash Clothing Shoes Goods ignored onto unequalled Pant Suits this Cream Bovs SUOO in clearance assortment unfinlshclfwortt this CBS N Y R A JI Ulack These Scrjsej noTettJeo double goods 5S l Mens Suspenders j VINothing underwear sods steel big utork away Hrins rnful1lIIf credit cash They u u ILT BEASLEY J ERNEST 3TiVEISSj t F= Still They Come 0 Still They6o Q New custom r ale coming daily to take advan vantage of our bargains and the groceries weSLtmYOUall you buy Doiit ovdr prices on grocer ies when you cannot them at the low prices we have placed on themT1a C O CcVu e ct 7as 1 1 j llbs IVst Oranhlated StugurSl 0 HeXXXXcolfce per pacUagw lOt ClII HoniKthiiig extra 12J Pure InfIllrl per Ib Nice Ileir KNIIIII uoud Value rtT Jhjlc I 11All kinil Ir Meats jnst as chcjiii tstar Scnililiug Soap twt forr Jci t 12111fIllNGJTSEfkSLEV COcSizUlfl 2OE 107 jexi Irllur Ulchnlou1 Neuihuitmal f lIlIkllmil IIiI JPNNES MILLER I i PiFAREHERE1I II tuathniical PrineiPst1le are the most eiuifortablo ttd IflsttiJik tJ Ii fitting Ofoi tl KetdG Hed f01WClmaHwe 1t 1 I iui J IIEFAMOUSj r Jf l1 Trrrl r o i rn 1 r Ili dIaNt4 S MIL RJ ontoztu ThEY FIT 1llhi FEET AS NArTRE LTlEN DEn i JIJ 11 Fl 1 i IJwith the assurance of b qrntofootcOlnforl 0n1Xto QItd 01 Us mtJl1S utfr== J +++ ++ i fE+M i+++ H6 IHk tf iiIc f- It tJ c n IiI = i J r v f U Mif IT JLILiiP Court of Claims List ICONTINtJED FBOM BUPPLLEMENTl Ewing Mat- English I 20 Henry 1 20 Ellison Dave 80 Edwards George 1 20 Ellison Tom 1 20 Ellison James 1 20 Edstcr Ell 1O Foley Thomas 1 20 Fry Speed 1 20 Ford Will- Francis 1 20 Jim- FrancIsBen 1 20 1 20 Fender Roily 1 20 Farley Henry 1 20 Fortune John 1 20 Golden Egbert 1 20 Golden James 1 0 Golden Roily 1 20 Gilbert James 1 20 Gilbert Speed 70 Gibbs James I 20 Golden Robert 1 20 Golden Willie 1 20 Gabbard Reuben I 20 Gabbard Dave I 20 Gabbard James 1 20 Gilbert Jack 1 20 Gibbs Jarman 1 20 Goodrich George 1 0 Goodrich John- Henderson 80 Malcolm 1 20 Hendren Charles 1 20 Ilocker Alex 1 20 llocker Anso 1 20 Hudson Bob 1 20 House Steve 1 20 Herndon Jake 1 10 Herndon Jake team 5 60 Johnson John 1 20 Jackson Jim 1 20 Jackson Dan 1 20 Jackson John 1 20 Jones Frank 1 20 Jessie Wright 1 20 Jessie Sam 1 20 Jonkins Luther 1 20 Kelly Lee 1 20 Lawson Jim 1 20 Lewis Will 1 20 Lewis George 1 20 Lawson James 1 10 Maupin Howard 1 20 Maupin Charlie j 20 Maupin Brack 1 20 Maupin Brack team 7 days 13 50 Maupin Howard 1 20 McKeehan Speed 1 20 Munday Jack 120 Miller Cast 1 20 Miller Robt 1 20 Mundav Jim i 20 Mitchell Georg- eMundyZack 1 20 I 20 Miller Spencer 1 20 Munday Jas 1 20 Maupin LD 80 Oldham J B 1 20 Owens Andy 1 20 Owens David 1 20 Powers Tom 1 20 larks Frank 1 20 Parks Jim 1 20 Price George i 20 Parks Kit 1 20 Powell Ollie 1 20 Parks Joe- PalmerJlm 1 20 1 20 Quinn John- Richardson 1 20 Hence 1 20 Roberts Tine 1 20 Roberts Tine team one day 1 00 Rueves Wilson 1 20 Raybnrn H D 120 Rico George 1 20 Riddell Robert 1 20 Roberson John 1 20 Rogers Phil 1 20 Riddell 1 20 iRodes 1 20 Riddell George 1 20 Beeves Jim i 20 Reed Sam- Reeves 120 Jolin I 20 Rodes Dave 80 Reeves Dock I 20 Smith Mercer 1 20 Smith Bud- Simpson 1 20 Will- Scarbrough 1 20 Ike 1 20 Scarbrough Fount 1 20 Scarbrough Jim 1 20 Smith Joe 1 20 Soarcy Cal 120 Stone Less 1 20 Smith Morgan 1 20 Simpson Howard 1 20 Schooler Jim 1 20 Todd N G 120 Tipton Lloyd J 20 Todd Loss 120 Todd ID 120 Todd Willie i 20 Todd Isoin 1 20 Todd Lee A 120 Todd Dock 1 20 Todd John V 120 Todd Luther 1 20 Todd Howard 1 20 Todd Walter 1 20 Todd Jot 1 20 Todd Seth i 20 Todd Milton SO Todd Tom 1 20 Thomas Will i 20 Thomas Henry 1 20 Venable Charlie 1 20 Venable May 120 Venable Paul 1 20 Witt Gip 1 20 Williams Dick 00 Winkler Ambrose 1 20 Winkler Tom 1 20 West Will 1 20 Walker Arch 120 Witt Bob 120 Winkler Ed so Warford Green i 20 White Abe SO White Dick 1 20 Wilson J S 120 White Jessie 1 20 Yates Milt SO Young George 60 Yates Taylor i 20 Yates Too 1 20 Yates Collins 120 Maupin T L overseer team c 89 00 BEAR WALLOW raEciscr Alexander Mason SO Anderson J 11 1 20 Adams Jack 120 Broaddus J B team c 2 20 Baker John i 60 Benge Cliff 1 20 Baker W B 120 Broaddus Kit 1 60 Broaddus John 1 20 Cox Flem lgCarpenter 1 20 Carpenter i o Chadwell C C80Dalton 1 Vi 120 Dillinghani Arch 1 20 Denny James 120- Dunson Tim 1 60 Fields John 40 Foot Dock 1 oo Fender Charlie I 20 Garrott Flem I 20 Gentry James 1 20 Gentry Garrett 1 50 Gabbard William 120 Griffin Abe SO Gabbard John 1 20 Gabbard Torn 1 20 GloEsip Tiff 1 60 HendrixjSpeed 1V 1 20 Hudson Url 1i 1 Ie Hud oiiDa 1 120- XellnTics 1 ao t fi i 1j L Hnnley Will 1 20 Hunley Owen 120 Hunley W M J 20 Hurst John i 20 Hollen James 1 SO Hundley Speed 1 60 Hunter Wilguret 120 Hollen Tom 1 20 Jones George J 20 Johnson Andy I 20 Johnson Gid 2 00 Jones FI SO Kelly Man 1 60 Kindred Louis 1 60 Kindred MB 140 Kelly Tom 135 Keaton James 160 Keaton Elijah sr 1 60 Keaton John jr 1 50 Keaton James jr J 50 Keaton John sr 80 Kindred Garland jr 1 20 Kelly John 1 80 Kidwell Mason 120 Keaton Elijah jr 1 50 Lakes Curt SO Lakes Robert 1 20 Lamb Lincoln 1 20 Lewis Whit SO Lakes Sant 1 20 Lakes Tim 1 00 Lain Mack SO Lain Willio 40 Lewis W C 120 Lewis Joe team c 1 80 Lakes Andy 1 20 Lain W V 120 Lakes John sr 1 20 Lakes D 120 Lakes Mack 120 Lakes Tim jr 00 Lakes John jr 120 Lakes OW 120 Mize Joe 1 20 Mize Tom 150 Million James 1 20 Mize Babe 1 20 Mize Butler 1 20 Moberley Andy 1 20 Mathews James 1 50 Mathews Sam 1 50 Moore Henry SO Nickerson Link 1 20 Owens Irvine i 2t Ogg Willie 1 20 Powell Mort 00 Richardson G M 1 20 Richardson Fant 1 20 Richardson Lions 1 20 Rose W T 120 Rose Howard 1 20 Riddle Leonard 1 20 Riddle Joe 120 Riddle Jase 1 20 Rose Vard 120 Rubles Dick 45 Rubles A C 1 20 Rucker Mart 1 40 Rollins James 40 Rose Brute 1 10 Stevens Andy 1 30 Scott Robert so Shelton Torn 1 20 Sandlin Dan 1 20 Sandlin Marion 1 20 Sandlin John 1 20 Todd G W 120 Todd Dud 1 20 Todd Charlie 1 20 Turner Mack 1 60 Tribble JIll20 Todd Sherman 1 20 Todd CT 110 Wilson W T 1 40 Webb Isaiah 120 Webb Tank 1 10 Winkler Shelby 40 Winkler Crist 80 Wells Hood 1 20 Woolry Annanlus 1 20 Woolry John 120 Walton Baltimore 80 Young Doug 120 Gooch W J overseer and team 110 25 Combs James assistant over seer and team 47 75 DUNCANON PRECINCT Blythe Charlie 1 20 Blythe Dave 1 20 Bnrnam Henry 1 20 Bronston Jake 1 20 Blythe Bill I 20 Burnam Jack 1 20 Burnam Charlie 1 20 Brooks Humphrey 1 20 DIy the Sid 1 20 Blythe George 40 Butner Ab 40 Blythe Bill 40 Casey William 1 10 Cornelison Bud 40 Crews Jack 40 Chenault Tom 1 10 Conner Bill 1 20 Crews Jack 1 20 Campbell Rube 1 20 Cornelison Bud 1 20 Farris John 110 Gray Enoch 70 Gentry James 40 Gordon John 120 Gentry John 70 Gordon Bill 1 20 Gray Enoch 1 20 Grizzard John i 20 Gentry Jim 40 Harris Curry 1 20 Haines Irvine 1 20 Hoard Ben SO Martin RL 40 Mason Ed 120 Martin Louis SO Miller play i 20 Morgan Harry 120 Moore Bill 1 20 Martin Shed 1 20 Martin Ben 80 Miller Charlie 1 20 Miller MM 200 Phelps Bill 1 20 Phelps Jim 1 20 Pitman John 1 20 Ray George I 20 Richardson lex 1 20 Richardson Obe 1 20 Shearer Grand 1 20 Slagner May 1 20 Shearer Grand 110 Samuels Walter 40 Scott John 40 Todd Price 40 Tharp John 1 10 Tevis George 4O Turley GBjr 40 Twigg Jack 1 20 Thorp John i 20 Todd Price SO Wells John 120 Woods Sam 120 Warner Bob 120 Walker Bud 70 White Cad 70 Watts Tom 40 Woods S 40 Jones H O overseer 6 75 Jones H C 23 00 flLUELICzPRzcIcr- Alexander JR 160 Allen D R 40 Anderson GE i22OA- nderon WM 00 BatosoJWS SO Bratcher B F 80 Blcknel WH 50 Bennett Frank 90 Collins Sherman 1 60 Cornellson Ricliwd 1X Carter Johnit i 8Q Carter j 18Clift Richard i 8fDawsoB 8 B ts B M 80 Dvi Bolli lDvllct4M nstAZ liD 1 tl o lMlr Garrett A B 160 Harrison JM t 160 Harrison George 4 00 Hantono J F 160 Hart AC ro Harris Robert 160 Jackson Charles 1 20 Jackson James 1 20 Jackson Jule 1 20 Kimbrel Richard 1 60 Laws John 40 Laws Caleb SO McHone Bill 2 00 McHone John overseer 45 00 Purkey Sam 1 O Purkey J M 400 Purkey J H 240 PurkeyCH 200 Rogers Dan 1 40 Rogers Charlie 1 40 Rhodns John 160 Runnels W M 40 SettleJohn2q40Swinford J F SO Thacker J M 1 20 Terrill J B 240 TerrillJB 200 Tbackcr John 40 Vanwinklo W M 3 00 Vanwinkle J D 160 Vanwinkle J A 80 Vaughn J R 2 00 Vaughn Dock 1 20 BKRKA PBECISCT Ambrose Harvey 1 20 Adams Charlie 90 Anderson Charlie 2 40 Anderson W 0 4 65 Blanton 0 C 110 Boswell 0 J 120 Burnam Tom 1 60 Bogie A J SO Best Schuyler 1 10 Blythe Charlie jr 2 75 Bolin Hiram 1 16 Bolin Charlie 80 Burnam Joe 2 00 Blythe C H 80 Burnam Alex 2 60 Bennett Grant 1 20 Collins William 1 60 Collins James H 1 60 Jrigler Dan- Cornelison 60 Arch 1 20 Durham J W 160 Digga Sidney 80 Elkins Larue 4 25 Elkins Ed 1 20 EID1ore John 1 30 Fowler John 1 20 Fowler H H jr 120 Farris Louis O Gabbard Louis SO Goodloe George col 1 20 Hill Sam SO Hill George SO Hulett E T t 200 Hester Eugene 2 SO Hulett James 1 60 Harris T J- Hitrginbotham 1 60 Smith 1 SO Hyatt W J 1 6- 0Hyatt00 160 Jackson William 1 20 Kirby Reuben 2 50 Kirby Ben I 60 Kirby James 2 30 Kirby Jessie 1 20 Martin William 1 20 Merritt Thomas 1 20 Moore O H 2 50 Miller Smith- McWhortor 1 20 C C 4 65 Maupin Sawney SO OggJN 160 Ogg Thomas 2 00 Ogu James 3 60 Ogg John 25 30 Patton Aaron 1 30 Reynolds W C 1 10 Shockley E H 345 Taylor Thomas 2 00 Taylor Isaac I 20 Todd Sam- Warnicut 70 John A 5 00 Wallace Hyatt 280 Warnicut D T 80 Walker Irvine SO White Gerge col 2 00 White Sam- Walker SO St flair 1 20 Vaughn Fayetto overseer 88 50 DURHAM FBECIXCt Allen I A 130 Adams Otis 1 70 Adams Robt L 40 Adams James W 30 Adams James C 100 Barnes Buster 80 Broaddus George 1 70 Burton John 1 70 Bratton R G SO Burchell Dan 80 Bennett Robt SO Bassett Tom so Bryant James SO Curtis Steve 2 O Campbell Ike 160 Calico W A SO CurranTom 1 20 Davidson A M S- ODnerson John 80 Duereon Taylor 260 Elmore Robt 40 Farris William 2 SO Fry D L 650 Gordon Sam so Hurst Andy 80 Hurt Howard SO Hurt John SO Hurt Henry SO Hendiix Tom 2 50 Hendren Tom S 1 70 Hunley John 80 Hagan Charles 3 60 Hendren Robt 80 Hudgens Ben 80 Johnson Foster so King Newton 1 70 Moran Davo 1 20 Mason G G 280 Mulligan Robt 65 Mulligan Lon SO Maupin William Sr SO Maupin William Jr 80 Martin Abner SO Parks Milton S- ORhodns Tom SO Rhodus William SO Rhodus John SO Khodus Alfred SO Robinson Tom so Roop James i 20 Shearer W H SO Shearer C W so Shearer S G to Smith John 1 70 Smith John 70 Stone William SO Shearer Georgo SO Tatum Wm B 1 20 Turner William so Turner Richard SO Tankorsly Bud SO Vernon George SO Wearren Jessie 1 20 Whitlock Richard SO Wiley Wade fx so Simmons B B overseer fc team 11 50 i oijn TEVIB PKBCINOr BroaddnsW 80 Burton Sam 80 Barton Edr 80- ErOtddu 1 20 Baker Reuben tM m i 3 80 Coy Ed f- Cartie SO Stevo SO Crutchor Flem 120 Cotton Charles 100 Coy ColliM y 1 20 Dny Levi 1 2- 01llyBdtt 8- 0J cy JIHQ J Ipowu it 0 II X jrfj i l n c FritzDivld5 1 20 Flanory C B 120 Flanery W 0 1 20 Grant Walter 80 Hackley James 1 20 Hume Henry team etc 3 20 Isaacs Silasd SO King Jeff 80 LongNath 1 20 Long James H k 40 Long JM SO Long Manrrice 80 Moore jAv 120 Malear Tunsel 1 20 Mol erley Perry 1 20 Prewitt Mort 1 20 Prewitt JW 40 Prewitt J H t 30 Ross R M team etc 4 20 Ross Clay 1 20 Ross WC SO t Ross G W 80 Ross John 200 RoasGeorgocol 120 Ross John f 20 Ross Mace 120 Ross Tom 120 Ross WO 120 Ross Sam- RossRM 120 40 Smith James SO Singer George SO SmyrePMTurner 80 1 80 Turner Cal 120 Tussy Frank 1 20 Temple F W 1 40 TnrplnLessf SO Taylor Wm f 120 Taylor Pacer 1 20 TurnerS M team etc 4 40 Turner Cyteam etc 3 20 Turner SN SO Tussey Elijah- Vanarsdall 40 Clift 2 00 Wilson Sam 1 20 Willis Gran- tWhltakerHensly 1 20 1 20 Whitaker Robert SO Williams Burchel 1 20 Walker K N 40 Ross Joe A overseer team etc 57 50 CRUTCHEK PRECINCT Agee Wm 1 20 Agee Charlie 1 20 Agee Calvin SO BakerGM 120 Beasley H C 60 Beasley John 80 BallardJC SO Ballard Squire 80 Ballard Roy- Chrisman SO S P 1 20 Campbell Major 1 20 Campbell SaUl 1 00 Cooper Wm i 20 Curry Clifton team 2 00 Curry Mart SO Curry Obe SO Crews John SO Curtis T J team 1 days 3 80 Doty William 1 20 Duereon Roy 120 Edgington Charlie 1 20 Ell Dan 1 20 Fife John- Goodlett 60 D 1 20 Goodlett Hesekiah 1 20 Hall Albert 1 20 Hill Tom- Hollinsworth 120 Barton 1 20 Hockady French 1 20 Hockady Ben 1 20 HaysWm 120 HallMC 120 Hopkins George 80 Hagan George 1 20 Hagan Joe- Hopkins 80 Frank 1 20 King Wm- Kinnard 10Wm 1 20 Long Richard 80 Lamb Louis 80 Murphy John SO Miller John 80 Martin James SO McBride J M 2 40 Parks Robert SO Parrish Peter G 80 Parrish Tilden SO Ross E Ulysus 120 Roborson J A 120 Roberson Jack 20 Robereon Willie 1 20 Rowiett J L 1 80 Sims JO- Sbrewsberry 60 Frank team If days 2 50 Taylor James 1 10 Tevis Henry 1 20 Turner Wm 120 Turner Jack 2 40 Turner Squire 1 20 Tudor Marion 1 20 Turner John 60 Turner Tom SO Tudor Nathan so Whitaker Win 1 20 Williams Price 1 20 Warran George 1 20 Willis WC SO Warren Carlos 40 Williams M C 80 Gaily Hugh overseer 24 00 Gaily Hugh team 24 00 POOSEY PRECINCT Abston Henry 1 20 Agee Charlie 80 Agee W G 7- 0BentonJobn so Bogie S W 70 Benton 01 70 Benton William 70 Benton Bob- Broaddus 60 DR 70- BarneaBhllio 70 Burrus Emet 70 Collins WM 1 00 Calico Ambrose 1 00 Creed Henry 70 Clark James 76 Chandler M Thomas l 1 20 Chandler John 1 20 Cobb PN- Collins 70 James 70 Davis Bind 60 Duncan John 60 Davis Josep- hEsteesJeff SO 75 GulIIe Allen 1 00 Jennings George 60 Gully John f 60 Gems James 70 joins John 701 Goins Thomas 70 Hill John 40 Hill TO SO Ilam W R 7Q Hill F J 150 Hendren AOSOHendrenN Y 3 00 Hill Cap- Hendren 60 Squiro 60 Hendren Jlme60Hall George 00 Howard Brutus 70 Howard Alvin 1 50 Howard Wilbert 1 60 Howard Thomas 70 Kersey James 75 Long Jacob tC rl7Lonff Lyman 70 Long BU11i 70 Long MerrlttJ IC 1 00 Long JF 70 Long Clay 70 LytonE 130 LandO 70 MalerMe 0f 70 Murphoy John I 20 Murphy Linday LI Mob D W i J IiX1 70 11 MW O if c r Moberley Phil 70 Moberley Allen f0 Mayliouis V 6q May Walter hMay Melvin IMoberleyTW 60 Nailor John Prewitt Vm70Prewitt Thomas 170 Roberts Eraet 7O Roberts WG 70 Roberts Silas f I 70 Reynolds William 75 Reynolds H 75 Sebastian M J 1 20 Smith Luther 70 Smith William 70 Sanders Clayton 1 00 Sams Chris 1 20 Sanders Henderson 70 Short Dave 1OO Short Luther70Bailee William JO Sallee Joseph 60 Short Clell 70 Tudor Elvader 70 Tudor James V 80 Tudor W Jr217 Teater HR 75 Teater Robert 70 Warren Simpson P1120 Wiley GT- Warner ioJames 3 00 Warner T G 1 20 Warner J WA 3Q Wiley Harve 80 WileyAshfordS Whitaker 120 Thomas 7O Wiley Sam- Whitaker 1 20 Luther 570 Whitaker Nat 70 Warren John- Whitaker 60 Fount 60 Whitaker COOWhitaker Brute 60 Whitaker B W 70 Whitaker Bud 80 Whitaker Willard 70 Ward James 7Q Whitaker Dull 150 Warner B D 60 Whitaker James 75 Warner G W time 23j days 35 25 Warner G W team 10 days 20 00 NEWBY PBEOINCT Agee John So Agee Mitch 80 Baker Merrett SO Bronegar Thomas SO Barnes Robert 80 Bogle Dave 1 40 Blevins Dan SO Blevins Kit 40 Barnes Mit 1 Barnes G us tin 2 80 Bogie Maurice 80 Bogie Brute SO Clark Sam SO Clark John 1 20 Clark Irvine 120 Collins Vinco SO Colston JW 120 Colston WT ico Colston HJ 480 Crow Mean 1 20 Davis Sid SO Davis C H 80 Douglas Allen SO ElswickJC SSO Elswick W M- Emory SO Thomas 1 60 Foster Bob- Gogglns SO George Jr SO Goggins George Sr 1 20 GOJ ins John 120 Grimes James 1 60 Gill Al 80 Haden Henly 3 20 Harvey Charles 80 Hcathuian Charlie 2 00 Heathman J T SO Heathman John B 1 60 Hendren James 1 20 Hendren Dock 40 Hendren Shelby 120 Holman Luther SO Jones Thomas team 21 days self 36 days 0000 Long Jake 40 Lamb ML SO Layer GeorgeS 20 Layer Tom 1roi Lowry W M 1 LongJefrS 80 Lasure Thomas 80 Land Thomas 1 60 Lawson Jake 1 Lawson Henry 80 Lon James 100 Long Milo 100 Long Abner 80 Long John 80 Million Owen SO Middleton John 1 60 Million A J team 400 McKiuny Wm O McKinney Juno PO Million George 80 Million T J team 5 00 Newby A J 80 Newby Owen 200 Newby Hamon SO Nevyby W B SO Nowby Asher SO Newby Nelson SO Perkins PM 2 00 Prather John SO Pearson James 650 Parks Lace 160 Pinkstott James SO Peyton 0 B 240 Prewitt Nat SO Roberta Irvine 200 Reynolds Hngh200Ross MauriceS oo- itodes Dirk SO Sanders F1i1eyS SO Stone Wm 40 Stapp W H 1 Stotta Brute SO Stotts Wm 2 00 Taylor Dud 40 Tudor REI 340 Tudor j SquireSOTudor Absalon SO Tudor Jessie 1 60 Tudor Ben 120 Tudor Price 120 Turner Allen sTudor Wm SO Tudor Lawrence V20 Willis JohnJ20WarrenRubo i6Q Warren Talt t20 Whitaker JM So Whitaker Win 89 White Rollie 8Weaver J A y 70 White Robt 1 20 White Arch 40 Young Leonard 2 00 Youug Charlie 1 20 Young John 1 60 BIGGEItSTAFP PRECINCT Alverson John sd Agee Henry I 40 Agee Isaac V SO BroaddusJooViSOBroaddusEd ri a80 Broaddus John f I60 Broaddus Tom ol 20 Baker Reel i 40- BogioJaaon 120 Koe Squire k 80 BrowB Isiah i lXl 0 JB Ir2trB raett Barro AD Joo JkHdwin Charlei 3 Bown n Wm So ClIyJoba 2- 2ee Jim 160 ii1IPir tc J1 r 22 1 n j t Davis Smith 120 FaUferjtll John 120 Fatbergill Washv 1 20 Foster Allen 40 Foster Joe 40 jFoster Jim SO Foster Joel in 40 F SterGeorJ Jr 80 Foster Jim Jack 80 Foster Win 80 Footer George 1 20 Foster Charlie 120 FainWT 110 Coins CM 260 Goins Robt 4 40 Coins Clarence 1 60 Holman Ski SO Holman Luther SO Harvey Phil SO Harvey W J 1 20 HarveyGreen I 00 Harvey Jim SO Harvey Norris SO Hardin V W 280 Hill Newt 40 Hill Leslie j 20 Hill James 4 40 Hill Thomas 80 Hill George 1 2Q Howard N B 280 HowardEK 140 Isbill Irvine j 120 Isbill Wm SO Johns Landy 1 6- 0JohnsSO 16O Jones Thomas 1 60 Jones JH 600 Jones John 3 00 Johns Ninn 120 Kelly Ed 1 20 Kelly Reece 80 Kelly Walton 240- Kelly Talton 2 00 Kelly William 40 Kelly Granville SO Kelly George SO Kelly Jim- Kanatzar SO J B 1 20 KauaizarJ1t SO Kanatzar Jim 1 20 Laws Howard Lanter Jim SO Lowry William sr 1 00 Lamb Joe 40 Lowry Green 1 00 Lowry William jr 140 Million Hamon overseer 26 days 54 00 Motley Brute SO Motley John SOI Masters Woodson 9 80 Masters J W 40 Masters Brink 60 NewLy Elzie 80 Perkins Elzie 2 40 Perkins Columbus 1 20 Perkins Calvin 1 20 Perkins Squire SO Perkins Fount 3 00 Perkins F J 500 Perkins George 2 00 Perkins Bolin 1 Perkins Bryant 2 80 Portwood WesleyS 160 Portwood Sam 3 20 Portword J A 80 Roberts Sid SO Reynolds Lawson 2 00 Reynolds Buddy SO Renfro Sanford I 60 Renfro Bud 80 Renfro Petor 60 Renfro Boge 1 40 Stocker Moso 1 60 Stocker Aaron I 20 Stocker Shirley 120 Sower J L 1 20- 5owemStant 80 Sowers William SO Shearer L 0 80 Sanders O W 40 Sanders Frank 40 Sanders T A Shifllett Owen SO Shifflett Willie 80 Shifflett Morton 1 Shifllett Jim 2 00 Stinnett John 4 20 Taylor Hiram SO Taylor John 80 Taylor Simon 140 Tillett Walter 80 Teater W- WinburnA So WinburnJohn 2 60 r2O Winburn Ed 1 40 Woods John i 60 Woods Wm so Young J A 300 It is ordered that the coun ty rate of taxation for the year 1899 shall be as fol lows 1st on each tithe one and 50100 dollars 150 2d to pay general appropria tions made and as made since the last May term 1898 and to pay interest on turnpike bonds and to pay for repairing the turnpikes and to pay for repairing dirt roads and for pikes to be constructed The sum of fifty cents 50 on each one hundred dollars worth of property as assessed and equalized by the State Board ofEqualization3rd interest on the refunding bonds of the R NIB R R five and one half cents Ooi on each one hundred dollars worth of tax able property as shown bythe assessors books and equalized This shall make the rate of taxation for the year 1899 fiftyfive and onehalf cents 55k gn each one hundred dol lars worth of property The sheriff is ordered to collect said levy and tax and pay all the allowances appropriations and subscrip tions made by this court in accordance with the order He shall collect and account for the taxes on rail road pro perty according to law along with all other propertyAsses sed for taxation State of Kentucky Co nty of Madison j bCT I John F White Clerkof the County Court do certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the allowonces arid appropriations made by the Madison Fiscal Court at its October Term 1896 and May Term 1899 r Witness my hand this Juife l5189O JOHN F wmT j jf c XCiOI lJr J j r 14 l c iG L i S i NEW CLOTHING STE- i Q Sko ttcM Ii n T 1 Having removed from First Street to large house on Main Street next 4 to J G Caylor Sons we are better prepared than ever to show the newest J and finest line of Clothing Hats andi Furnishing Goods I Ever opened in Richmond We have a few goods left we brought from ourfW First Store that we will sell at YOUR OWN PRICE as long as they last Our 4 new gobdsare of the m LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit Dont buy until outhave sepn our goods We guarantee to sell you more goods and dvY quality for the money than ever you got before Our Is Juliof the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened Suits to 7measureand FIT GUARANTEED at from 1000 per Suit up Call and see us and Save money at Tie Oldest Clothier and Furnisher l7 in Richmond Main St Next door to Farmers Nat e CORRESPONDENCE FOX What is a grasping monopoly A candidate hand Good Intentions will not help us on our way if we take the wrong road Mrs C H Pigg of Richmondvisited Mr and Mrs E F Edwards last week Mr and Airs J H Edwards visited their parents at College Hill last week Judge A S Hisle spent several days near her fishing last week with good successFarmers are greatly behind with their worksome just finished planting corn June 10 Itichalino may have actnally believed there was no such word as fail but he lived before the days of Panics and the present administration Deputy Sheriff C T Grinstead was here this week getting together all the evil leers he could to be ready for circuit court which convenes at Irvine June The advertiser who says it dont pay to advertise is first cousin to the man who asked is life worth living and is father of tho boy who said I didnt know it was loaded The man who tries to advertise With printers ink consistent One word must learn nor from It turn And that one words persistent THE CHAMPAGNE MARKET Exchange The latest statistics published in Paris giving data from the vine districtsshow that the white grapes have suffered severely through inclement weather The vines bearing these grapes do not produce centre bourgeons and in con sequence the first growth having been destroyed there is no hope whatever of fruit for the autumn In Eprnary the center of the champagne country the damage done is considerable but not so great as in many less known locali ties In Paris the certainty of a bad vintage has caused a great demand to spring up for wines of previous years in which a brisk speculation is being done The wino statistics for the cham pagne district for the year from April 1893 to April 1809 show a fall of 700 000 in the number of bottles exported On the other hand the consumption in France has increased by over 2500000 bottles The total number of bottles disposed of during the year was 27 307069 The stock the growers have in hand amounts to 106371755 bottles together with 413053 hectoliters of wine in casks BROUGHTONS REMEDY ANTAGONIZED fExchange Dr Broughtons plan to have ladies sit uncovered in church finds an opponent in Rev J Clayton Mitchell rector of Trinity Episcopal church Hoboken who was ased what he thought about the proposition that women should not wear hats in church It is in accord ance with scripture said Mr Mitchell that she should not worship with her head uncovered This is one of St Panls utterances and is found in First Corinthians xl5 The passage reads Every woman that prayeth or prophe sloth with her head uncovered dishon oreth her head From the very beginning it has been the custom for women to wear head covering In church It is not nec essary however that she should wear a big hat I think the more comforta ble people are the better attention they will give to the service If a woman in sists that her husband shall wear a starched shirt arid a high colar he can hardly be blamed if he doesnt want to go to church A REMARKABLE MESSAGE Paris News The windstorm last Thursday after noon blew a large tree across the L N track two miles north of Paris and blockaded tho track for about an hour The tree also broke down the telegraph wires for two hundred yards Chief Lrain Dispatcher H H Hancock went out on a freight to the scene to see about the accident and took the Paris end of the wire and santa message to the Paris office by merely tapping on the steel rails with the broken wire The message cntne very faintly but 15 was correctly taken by Diapteht- Bower who wan Q1iduty The tree had to be hauled otllia trick by the engine This is tbiAni4 ietga at the kind that Is ever couto unw the HO tic of AC Adftir who LM twett t grapillllC N twiily yr isi4 Jikiie lull- eek I P4vper M- rIbs fJ t ln i ri P OnIt J ttII1 CUSTOM TAILORING DEPIAIaTMNT Bankma33Gin tj fJl0 c === rJ P i Q IQZ = =c9 s gao faIn0 = g 8 =rnI n 0 r= o = = CQr Io r c0 0 nCv 522r4 = n = i4 o 0C o 7 1co n CCfl 00g Ederrs BARGAIN ++v IN CLOTHING Mens SUIts atS9tupBoysBoys Pants at15cup NOTIONS Gents Laundred Shirts assorted colors 25c up i upGentsrLad1es Vests 5c up lt Pants25c up fS Towels Bc up upr1Cuffs to 15c up t Suspenders Sc up fjf upAsstV upAsst f1t 4r upFirefJ c OUR LINE OF LADIES GENTS AND CHILDRENS SLIPPERS AND SHOES ARE MORE VARIED AND LARGER 1 9csv IN RIBBONS Wahave a few boltsof the C N CosRibbon Sii 16wu eOTSeS See our stockof Corsets before you buy We can please you with R G Armoside W B Rob Hoy Dr Norsah itv Ar J w jIN HATS AND CAPS Mens Black Felt Hatfl Lh 2m Up y upBoysMens and Boys Capsiooup IN CARPETS 41W uptW i IN HARDWAREc upfupTablespoons Store IUnions IFish1S 3w 1r DevaTmtt8t 5t tt9 f= Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade ie E V ELDER r f AGENT FOR McCAlL PATTERNS tttSEND ONE DOLLAR err ocr3 iirs lud II u USScsirr1mriXTtT MTMTKTOKt RXUTiX kCR iKltlW sqcaL RlTMreinATM MU d TK MNMSTMHAl1TOIieYU HT PRICE389Qa I WE MAKETNI TOP UMTHKLSi J sIerI JIIISa STk bnks stest Stre Jror 1899 P4g IbM r s S s1 ionsd Woos Thu e Caa htkL 1 TZ ye SrSss twekr lI V417SibbezssMd 1to t 05 tIIJ