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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): June 21, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899062101_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): June 21, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THP RICHMOND CLIMAX. JBL 3 f, ;hB i'i gf Jl JlL Hi rtf f mm $ VOLUME 26. WHEN WE GROW OLD. RICHMOND, bt axnib o. hopkixs. When we grow old, dear love, and Irom my eyes MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1899 SEND US ONE DOLLAR Xntshowstkh NUMBER 3. : TIPS FOR HOUSEWIVES. The light and brilliance of my hot youth dies. And all the fairness you are praising now Casts but Its wrath o'er Up and cheek and brow, Ik OK Equiiiblo Life While one by one our golden Tislons flee I ask you will you lore me faithfully When we grow old J When time shall turn these sunny locks to Bray, From my trim form all beauty take away. When grace and ease and elegance are gone And nanght is left Lore's Dres to feed upon, You, whom I choose my king among all men, R !rtVA A -- BSO-MJXEIY tURE aovAt BAiciwa Baking Powder VALUE OF QUIETUDE. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome powpgp co.. new york. issue Society BEING ONE'S SELF. THE UNITED 8TATEB. The Pilgram. stitch in time saves nine. Never let a child sob itself to sleep. Soot covered with salt is easily brushed up. Sponge black silk with spirits to revive it. It ruins a piano to keep itstanding in a draught. Lomnussto wed separately iu dry sand keep fresh. An egg beaten np in milk is a good A pick-me-u- mw 1899 patters Mrb-m- d HOOD KrSIRTUlR tlHL ryok bTUiB, by Ireiff ht CO D. subject to tiAmlnatloo. The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 Cured. your freight depot and it found perfectly MtUfactory ad ti rrttUsi Mat BAR. UJIX jo a ercr mw or lie rd of .pay the IKklUtT AGIST ar s run a b tba C1X0, WRITF FOR ortt Blfi FREE lent with or-STOVE CATALOGUE. der or tULbO and freight charges Thla etore is rlze No. 8. oven If IftHalstll. toplsx23t made from best piirlroo, extra large fluea. heavy cover. hary Hun and gratea. d oven door, bandaoroe lance otcq ahelf. heavy nickel plated ornamentation and trimmings, extra large deep, genuine Sua41.a parerlala llntd rtrnlr. hand- fume large ornamented base. Hl coal banirr atadt. and w rurai.h t'UKK an xtr& wood ptiI maLltii? It & In-- f lth IMir . IttVllllfl r .JUnu.. every stove and guarantee aafe dellvcrr xo7oarrmll. road station. Your local deal.rwould chargeyou t2.M each boo miles, a a .avp yea at taut STO.OO. Addreaa. SEARS, ROEBUCK &CO.dNC.)CKIC4 CO, IlL (Scan, Bacbats A Co. are ttaraatalj reliable later.) npr3-6- I GRIGSBY & MUNCEY, Fa-ste- General Agents Kentucky. m Still your heart's queen, shall I be reigning then When we grow old t Ood keep you erer happy tfy my side! Though age may stem this revered passion tide, When worn and weary down Life's vale we stray. Be my heart's anchor as you are Be my true love that thall the closer cling Through all the changes coming years may bring; Our faith upheld count this our lasting gain That we so live that Love nndimmrd remain When we grow old 7 WOMAN. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATT0HNET3. P W. Wliethor sister, friend, sweetheart, wife or mother, a woman ia tho noblest d work of God. If eho be and pure hearted, she etanda near the sunT When, from any cause she fails, swift, tho di&tnnco so the. descent is great, tho restoration is well-nic- h impossible. Every man deserves to look upon his sitter ns a queen of all the virtues, upon his sweetheart as a paragon of purity, upon hie wife as a spotless priestess of love, and upon his mother as an angel. They are what he lives' for, and for them ho would hrave all dancers and gladly die. They arc the prido of life, their smiles illuminate the runted thorn-strewpath from tho cradle to tho erave, Their kiss is tho balm of Gilead to his bruised and hleoding heart when others forsake, disappointments are sore, and all tho world is dark. Cheered by a sister's alfection, sustained by a wife's devotion!, aud upheld by a mother's deathless, love, it is strange that man should fall by the wajside a victim of vice and' lust- - Knowing, and loving his own 60 well, it is almost incredible that he could lure to the hell of shame and ruin the sister, daughter, wife or mother of other men. Tho fall of womanhood is a sad and awful commentary upon the depravity of man.. Did all men but keep .tjio golden ruleJtthefaJ would not Ije a wrecked home, a blasted life, a broken heart, or fallen woman in the wide worUI. Kxchangp. high-minden MILLER. Attorney-at-La- Richmond, i - - KuXTUCKY. ii , ar .i. 'i National m tli doorto Ilurnam nnlldtng, next fcb3-l- y Bank. J Attorney lIK'iniON'I), Ollice over Taylor'ri KENTUCKY. Ilanlwsire store, Court House, ou Main Street. at Law. -- tc II. T. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Hii MMoxn, Dili.-No. 13 First St, rip stairs. 31 30 J.C. &D. M. OIIENAULT, only in imitating his foibles and imperfections. Tho one pursuing such a course never attains a high degree of etricioncy or tisefullnesa in the world. Many students and young writers are prone to alfect the literary style of some favorite author. Unfortunate is he who yields to this tendency. One should glean from many fields; eat, di gest, and assiinulato the mental food thus obtained; and then from tho ti ensured store, from tho mint of his own mind, coin thoughts in language furuir all his own. Not long ago the noted author Dean Howells was questioned as to the effect upon his 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 succeeding author, until at length I cami to understand that I must be like mv- self, and no other." The learning ol this lesson was no doubt tho most valuable of any ever learned in tho liter ary experience of Mr. Howells, ano happy is that young writer who learns this same lesson early in his career. He Foulrd The Surgeons. All doctors told Renick Hamilton, ol West Jefferson, O., after suffering IS months from Kectal Fistula, he would die unless a costly operation was performed; but he cured himself with five boxes of Cucklen's Arnica Salve, the surest Pilo cure on Earth, and the best Salve in the World. 2o contsa box Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 4 THAT NOISE- Every person .should have a personBe careful to shut the door after you, A hot bath taken at night affords reality, an individuality, peculiarly his own. There is but little excuse for the but, while yon are doing 60, Ehut it freshing sleep. carefully. Did you ever notieo the Whiting and lime juice clean ivory existonco of anything or anybody that difference in the way doors are treated knife handlps. is only an echo, or shadow, of somein the Marions households with which body else. The young man who perKruteed cloves kept among furs frightyou are acquainted? When traveling sistently seeks to become a second edien moths anar. on railroad trains have you ever obtion of some capable or noted man of When you want to cut whalebone iiis acquaintance will usually succeed served how some brakemon throw the warm it by the fire." car door to with a deafening crash, which threatens to knock the end ot the car out on the platform; while other cloi-it so carefully and quietly thai ihOf.o who nro not looking aro unaware that they haveentered tho car? Whiel brakcuian would you prefer should have charge of your car? In whicl household would you prefer to live, where the doors are elammed,or where jvery one takes thought to close then. ltiietly? Have you dined in different restau rants or hotels in large cities, and noticei tho money value of elegant qnietudt and refinement? In some places yoiuayo paid for your entertainment per naps twice as much as in others, auo yet your bill of fare was no; much di I ferent, but the way it was served gavi you a far ditl'ereut sensation. In tlit first place, you felt as if you were taking your meal, feeding,among thescullioni- ii the kitchen, in the midbtof slaminiut doors, and stamping feet, and rattiinj; lishes; while in the other, and more ex pensive, not a footstep was heard, even door swung on velvet, no two dishet-eve-r seemed to touch. You enjoyed the quiet, the calm, and the peace; and when you looked at your bill, you real- zed 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 there.thbinlet lias a money value; for there arc many of those 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- zes his profit, and the waiters appre ciate their high wages, and the generous 'tips" of their pleasod and satisfied patrons There is a lesson In tins. Young peo ple who shut the door with a slam do not realize how far the sound and wind of that banging door may carry until ii deafens ears that otherwise might listen f thoir requests for preferment, and blows away many bright prospects ol success which seemed so possible of fulfilment. Coys 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 bo locked against you. e - The Pilgrlm.J Thousands of vnnnr r.ml iniiMla riml men are troubled mth this disease many unconsciously. They may hat o a rmat t-tng sensation, small, tnifting stream. harp cutting rains at times, difficulty in commencing, Vcak organs, cmi.MOn, anil ell tho ryraiitoms of nervous debility they liavo S 1 1IIL'- TUHK. Don'tlctdoctOMcipcrimenton you, by cutting, ttrctehing, or tcarirg you. This will not cure ynu. its it trill return. Our MEW MKTIIOD fit. HAT- MEXT absorbs the stricture tisane: henco removes thoftricturo permanently. It can never return. No pain, no fullering, no dotcntion from butine;s by our method. Tbosexualorgansarostrenglh-ened- . Tho nerves are invigorated, and the bliss of manhood returns. Thousands of vonntr and middlcnccd ignr and men aro having their vitality continually rapped ry this dis ease, ihcy are frequently unconscious of tho cau;e of thee rymptnms. Ucneral Weakness, Unnatural xiiKbargcs, Manhood. Ncrvousnep. Poor Mem ory. Imtability .at time Smartins Sen i.yc?, nun dark: circles. sation, Weak Back. IJencral Depression. Lack Varicocele!, of Ambition. tShmnkcn I'art". etc ULEKT an t STIUCTUltK may bo tho caui-o- . Don't consult family doctors, as they havo no cxierieuce in these special diseases don't allow Quacks to experiment on yon. Consult Specialists, who havo made a life t tudy of Diseases of 21en ami Women. OnrNEW METHOD TUUATMKNT will rost-tiveeuro you. Ono thousand dollars for a caso wo nccept for trrntmcnt and cannot care. Terms moderaloforn cure. WECURESTRICTURElilEoo lesa I ' Where gre ise is spilt on wood, cold water should follow. The huey housewife should get an fiour's sleep in the afternoon. Glycerine and lemon juice in equal proportions whiten the hands. Applv arnica to a biuiso if the skin . unbroken. If broken wash the bruise Hid apply V:ielfne. STRAY aoer! In nil Matting Display! Having just recieved from Manila a half a car-loa- d of Mattings, we invite the public to call and examine the finest displa' ever exhibited in Richmond. II the new ricli dark colorings, special desiuus. T&ia a0vWe, SHOTS. 5Cj ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, otlire on Second street, over Clien-anlt- 's grocery . However steep may he oue's life path-valet him ever remember that success can be found nowhere below the nountaiu's summit. The discipline therein may seem most severe, but it is a fact that our most val uable lesions are often learned iu the johoil of difficulty. He is not wise and acts not to profit who beeks holilude for anv pnrnoseoth- er than that of fortifying himself better to meet his fellows and do them good. Perfect harmony between profession and practice is a most inuiortant part of the '"now song" which every true child of God learns early in his Chris tian experience. RECONSTRUCTED GRANITE. CURES GUARANTEED Wo treat and cure: EMISSION'S. VAKICOCEI.E. SYl'lITT.IS. I3I.KKT STR1CTUIIK. IMPOTKXCY. SKOltKT DlWlNS. UNNATUUALDISCHARO-- I ES. Kl IINF.Y and 11LA I DF.lt Diwa-- s. CONSULTATION FIIEK. BOOKS FUEK If unablo to call, writn for QUESTION BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. On up in price to the lino Pressed Ko use to waste your Papers. valuable time lnokinp; at small sample books of old style job pnpers. have a number of experienced Paper Hniigers. We Kennedys Kergan 122 -. VY. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. M So Mors .J n M . aj. for haiiiiiu than those who cut up and otherwise destroy your paper FREIGHT PREPAID. sewinp- gfgForthLytyle A new fireproof material is made of arm New Window Shades, Mounted on Spring Boilers, fixtures complete, ready to hang, from 10c on up in price. PHYSICIANS. DIJS GIBSON, & Richmond, i new iiiga - IF MONEY-SAVIN- G MEANS GIBSON, - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, - Kentucky. Sec-o- r 7- )"ice in the Joe ft Jim tmrMins, it and ao Street, over Wane aoM druutore. 1 - Atlanta Constitution. CIIAS. HOOKER, ETERINARY SURGEON, amilufiie Ontario Veterinary College. Tho Farmers' Home Journal g'Xfis the following advice to fanners, wmqh, just now is eniiuently,aptpj)6s: - Press dispatches announce that the up Rtaira. oer store recently accu- - farmers of the United States, especially i n o'Tk ii Richmond Harnest Co., East Main 8t apr7-l- y those interested in corn and wheat hiii.md. Ky. growing, are working up a combina. C. JASPER, M. D tion having for its object the storing Medicine and Surccry. and holding of their grain indefinitely, ( Uli'-Pratlier Buildinc, Main Street. so it can be placed 011 the market when T' phone at reslee (the Ontr place) on prices are satisfactory. The plan has - Kentucky. been receiving atteniion through the lilt IIMON'I), - grange and other farmers' organizations M D., for several years. If of Q W. EVANs, tho farmers generally can bo secured, they can, to a large extent, control the Physician and Suuokon, Kentucky, grain market. Such a movement should Rkhhond, receive the of nil farmers, hut any arrangement made for storing Hit. T. J. TAYLOll, should specially provide that millers Practitioner in Medicine ami Surgery, should not bo allowed to grind it up Kentucky, Richmond, without paying for it, as was so gen erally done with the last two crops. and residence on Second Street. V, rmi'y Dentistry and Sterility i-- a Specialty. ''What kind of a noise did the train mako boforo it struck the wagon?" asked the court. 'It mado a doggon big noise," replied the witness. "Can't you express it bettor than that?" "Well, sir, I mout say it made a devil of a noise." "Worse still, said the court. again." "Now, jedge," said the witness, dep- recatingly, "you air leadin' mcoverroy eddication limits. All I kin say is it made a devil of a noise, which air not quite so loud nil deef'nin' as a h 1 of a noise!" v;rauite chips, pulverized, molded into vnll attach- form and fused together at a tempera nrnts war. ranted tovears. If ture of 3 000 degrees Fahrenheit. It can madr.ne utiot sat-Ir.ctory n 30 days be heated red hut and thrown into cold rooncy will he rc- GEO. M, WILLIS, water w ithout being injured. It resists fun'lcd. $ndcah with or.tler. Deaction of acids and alkalies and is the scriptive circular sent on applica 203 W. SAIX STREET. having been tested by liquetion. fied air at a temperature of 350 degrees WHAYNE M'r-- ro.. KY. RICHMOND, KY. LOUI3VI1.1.C. below zero, without iniury. Its crush- 560FOUHTM AVC. IVaH Paper. Window Shades. Paints, Oils, mch22 dm , stock the largest, prices always ing streuglh ia very high. At Niagara Glass, etc the lowest. Kails a test showed that it required penetrate about one-havolts to iuch of this material. frost-proof, o 56,-Glf IP machine with ANYTHING NOW IS THE TIME FOR YOU TO CALL US Qm& UsaWitll .... A New England politician who hasn't the most roseate views of expansion and experiences many qualms because of our reaching-ou- t tendencies told a Washington friend tho other day who eXK)HtuIated willi him because he nadu't come over to aitend the Peace Jubilee that he guessed he was a little iu the position of a countryman lie knew up his way. A revival was being held iu the little town and all the villagers were there. Tiie preacher had them worked up to a point where they were all on their kuoes except one old sinner named Goss. He came down to Goes's seat and putting his arm around him asked: "Brother Goss, what has the Lord done for you?" "Nutliin' to brag about, begosh.'" replied Goss." Exchange. , tuurnciuMt fretechl 1"'" .r rvprtrMrntca, equa wowni uu. .Oo.itto i?tOU.OO. tr.oTi!AUtiaIuoyoaeTcriW and fr,,(iO il I'ct'i-ortcau aUterUsed by others at more money, pay our apodal t tlajt offer price, 3l75f rei :ht ute ft uO.or fi0.7S, aid treiktotchvM. .. i.a.. itti .lia'ta it, kt a.JMJU cxut-tly- (l.UO, an. DOLLAR u4 IU Therefore ou should get our Itlrf JVM thl S run 'ikjnutA tt I ja-- - ' i.ipj :t IS OUR SPECIAL :tm. urii bi oiTer wa never utai be lore. JME CUEEN s oneof tumot.iUiHiLtKAniivxrrcST i iroWitifraiu. From tUe 111 u trails n uorn itnicn i. d tUreet frouiaphotoeTai'",yr,n,aJi ti'nnmneliauf Its apiAran"- - Mode from po Ir Qvarlrr uwl ' rteun, b,IoiJ'Hon'ety a."oraicaiiaorH"mcnri, .1 ljtjle. Tlik.tl'iXQl;LSJSfwiirhtthi,'i. - Ci.s;S-S3Svc.nuuds. CODr S'KZSas3rsV"5rnili. 23 inches wide and wclet" r,. B.r, l,a,.aa-.ill, V.i " 90 DAYS PRICE STuiVS price clitTE prices on Mattings, Carpets, Furniture, &c before going elsewhere. Il - "SJSrTEi??-- xilSa-- 1 ' i Haai.aal a (HUMJ Uujls This is a peculiar world, says an au thority. Ono man is saving money to build a house, another trying to sell his for less than it cost to build it. One is spending all the money he can make DESITIST, in taking his girl to the theatre and OF LUISTII.LB, KY. -- nmce next door to Oovernment Building, sending her flowers with the hopes of to I. R iimsnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to making her his wife; while his neighi. vl"-lbor is Using wh.it money he has in getting a divorce, Ouo nian escapes all FRED SMITH. the diseases Heidi is heir to and gets DENTIST. killed on a railroad. Another .escapes over Collins' Grocery, same office with only a scratch and dies y with the , j'.-by Dr. W. W. Burgin. J;iul2-lwhooping One man stands off his creditors and goes traveling to tho Dr. Infers or springs, while another stays at Inline and pays his debts. Ex. DENTAL SURGERY. 12-- 1 y An Associated Press telegram from Columbus. Oh io. savs that at Wednesday's session of tho American Medical Association a sensational report was presented on the cure of consumption by Francisque Crotte, a chemist of Paris, France. Crotte has cured more than one thousand cases of hopeless consumption and in support of his statement he offered to treat and cure gratis five hundred consumptives from different Slates in the union. The treat ment is very scientific and consists ol a formal de hyde vapor, transported di rectly through the tissues by aid of a light tension of static electricity. He is establishing a sanitarium at Pekin, Illinois, and clinics at New York, Chi cago and Los Angeles. A number of eminent nhysicians are of the opinion that an absolute cure for tuberculosis has at last been found. (iluriuus News Comes front Dr. J). II. Cargilo, of SAVED THE SECRET. Cincinnati Enquirer,! He had been out late. When he reached ids residence the church clock was chiming five. Heavy, weary, disgusted, he opened the front door with some difficulty, and softly he toiled up stairs, entering the bed chamber with n In .a ii- : c hlwhe.t (criwla InatrumcDtai ntted Kith llaa. baaiaaa. also bet JJolretelt , the best nitit-- cloth. Sply J"??-- 'ivl-- l XT ii.iw and flreav leatlier la Talvea. HIE arllha III bevtlnl CIK QI KU.N la fmiil-tu-ii-- e nlrr,.r. nickel platid pedal frameshaai. ITa faraUh Irra a nil Terr iiKMlerutinproveine.lt. THHlaJ,a Sl .tSI fart Swt Jlrl.l.a it. e .a Mjw.ua S.t at H r'r...x t . . rrla.lpa' llda. Hs ACME Ol'KUN ac- 1 1I S n!y ioflhocelelratlSallBMls,iLleliar, 1 ft&f&&ft'.Jkl7&i ,J&A l NEVILLE 220.-22-2 MOBERLEY. RICHMOND, KY. l..na.Te s&2ii&tfiUs 'SrW.tg'?1"., t " ?T L J1Vy?V'V t ,i;4JV4 J Ll i ii iT ffi 'S a'ST'aSSS? !ra?sil cS'UVjIiC?. ?TtH' r?1flP"r1 .r3ifty; tiS-feiS- Sf I 'V&f t3 ? - ' iUvnt-'ITEE- ...,tJa.ialaaUal.larj;aaj.lrattlabaapalllL-J25 YEARS. . elaborate caution. Thank goodnoss she was asleep I Ho dropped into a chair, and, with out taking off his coat or hat. began to remove his shoes. Ono he placed with great caro upon the floor, but, nla-- as he took off the oilier it slipped out of ! Louis ft Landman V, w . Wont Ninth Btrcet, Cincinnati. Ohio, be at the Hotel ZImmer, Richmond, Ky., on a V LiVmi - WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1899, returning every second Wednesday o. each Reference every physician of Rich-ranntlt nd. Ky. m Illinois SHORT am line to 'ebl6-l- y. Wew Orleans- Iest Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louisville every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisoo. A. ik vour ticket agent for psrtlculnrs or write Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kv. Free Reclfniog Chair Cars Louisville to Aieinpms and New Orleans. t' RH A. II. HANSON. O 1 A.. Chicago. WM. A. KELLOND. " A.n.P. A.LonlavllIe. i Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. 8 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 did SO WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom .... Eastern Express for Louisville Moreheid and I.e ilntrton Accom.. New York Limited F. F. V EAST BOUND. LfTlngton and Morehead Accom . Nor York Limited F. F. V I- xinton and Mt. Sterling Accom Washington Kinross pm .. 11 9 IS am S8 am 6 30 pm 9 23 pn SQn-day. Other trains run dally. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. Knr information, rates or sleeper reservations al on or write K. 1I00D. Agent L..VN.Ry., Richmond, Ky. or OEOROE W. BARNEY, D D. A. C. A: O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky. A'Jcommodation trains run dally except S2 (3LIPPINCOTTS Contain v 1 THB B&ST OP THEM ALL 11 jji o -- i',i-- rUu..!,i;i n roff.p'ite ncvsl m ovprynum-- t i tcy of nteful i , :.idiu; ronthtirJ f tffW. to rttojet flour . ! ti -t n.ulli-r- . am oa rvuder. household. Bubb In err-s' ripii.m, a3.0!i lmt yvur. Agent wauled In overy town, to whom tLo most liberal Inducements will be offered. J. ft. U22WC0TT COHPAST, fukUtfewfi tioriion. success, greatness, nor the Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which bad caused her great suffering for years best of all good things, goodness. Terrible 6ores would break out on her head and face, and the best doctors could give no hclpjbut her euro is com pleto and her health ia excellent.' This shows what thousands have proved, that Electric liitlers is tho best blood purifier known. It's the supremo remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion builds up tho strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggist, (jtunrantecd. 4 Poor clothes cannot miSe THE PUI1ITY OF FORTY ROD WHISKEY. you look old. Even pal: cheeks won't do it. INew Orleans Your household cares may 'The general impression that cheap be heavy and disappointments may be deep, but whiskey is u weird mixturo of chemictlc they cannot make you look and never saw a still isagie.it mis old. take," baid an export in tiieliqaor busi One thins decs it cad ness. never fails. truth is that Ibe stuff sold at groggeries for 5 cents a glass is al It is impossible to. look, young with the color 'of most absolutely free fiom any chemical seventy years ia your hair. adulterants. It is simply high-pioo- f spirits diluted about 100 per cent, with water and toned up with a verv little glycerine, which giveJ it smoothness, Tlie brown color is dne to an infinitesi mal qnantity ol burnt sugar, and some times a little 'head oil,' made from tur peutine, is added to produco a sparkle. t'"ive drops will do the work for a bar rel. Such whiskey is practicr.lly pure, in the ordinary acceptance of the term, but I don't mean to intimate for a inu fit to drink for it iu't. llient rlmt ii If it wasn't for ihe water it would sear he throat like vitriol, and even diluted it will mnkb an ordinary man seo.stai Moreover, it has a horrible conpery flavor that soaks into tiie palate and stays thero for hours. All tnat disap pear witli age; hence tho necessity i'ur rjermanentlv postpones the keeping whisuoy in the warehouse and e Used signs of Ege. letting it 'mature,' as tho saying oes, to directions it according Tiie maturing is said to remove the gradually brings back the color of youth. At fifty your fusel oil, but I veritifre to doubt iu As hair may look as it did ct I remarked before, however, the cheap It thickens the hair fifteen. stuff is not :v chemical compound. Al stops it from falling also; though hundreds of people havo woiker out; and clccnses the scalp from dandruff. Shall v;c at the problttiu and t li'usaiul. if d" send you our book 6n the lars have been wi'inuiirred ut their Hair and ia Diseases? expeiiments, nobody bus ver The Etsi Advice Frsc.hfns-fl- u t: a ed in mmiiifticHiriit iif unco vhussu ua. aww vitmfir w no ltiunJ C.n a4 v lilt. bottles of IIIO Whashita, I. T. He writes: "Four Electric Uitters lias cured his hand and fell with a loud noise. "Wifey" awoke on the iustnnt. She looked at him an then at tho summersuiilight that streamed through tho blinds. "Why, George, what are you getting up so early for?" Talk about reprieve, ! "Why, my dear," replied George with the clearest enunciation of which ho wat- capable, "I found I couldn't sleep, so 1 thought I'd get up and go out and take a walk." And 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 spiuster to iin prove her( lot is to build a house ou it and put some good man in the liouso. ...)Kit ATOCK. 14.NT DKLAY. During the recent hot spell a Wash)U.T HELIAB1HTY IS ESTABLISHED ington housekeeper made her mid week t lealt wltb us ask your nelKhborahout ll.trnntlltnil K.llnn.l pilgrimage to the Centre Market, ami, J,. r.KII.t,pnr th la lnk.orCrntochan(reSai.Iiank,Clilca(roi or Oarman Exchange Bank, Stew York, or any railroad or express 970O.04Kl.00, entire one of the lanrest la Chlcacro. Wa fca,a ararttal of course, everybody, sellers and buy- enr.,pany and employ nearly too people at ow own Lulldlnir. ocrupySELL OKQlS AT S2X.0O .a4 apt 1'IISUS,Mocks In w allien In oar Cb'caco, puno prteea. at pi also showed the effec'a of the intense an I fin, 11 ererjlblne In musical Inatrnmeata at lovest bolesaIe Saabiek Write for free sipeclal organ, er, Ca. are thflraafhlj raUaUa. Kalter.) (baars. internment rataloirap. Address. (Inc.). Fulton, Oesplaines and Watraan Sts.. CHICAGO. ILL. heat. To one good old colored mammy, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. telling garden sass. the lady spoke sympathetically about the beat and wound up by saying: "It is dreadful, is'nt it?" " 'Deed 'tis, chile, Meed 'tis." chimed iu Aui.tie. "I tells you dat fony yeahs ago, when tleg jod Ijiwd mado de w'edder, we didn't have no sich sizzlin' lays us dese; but senco dfse4here weil-e- r Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to bureau men's taken to fixen' It.dey Jac!:sonvnie daily via the Queen and Crescent and us anything dev likes, an' dey SVATIIM connecJn lines, i i'rouh connections to Tampa, Je' LUWSOattUl Mia-r- J ain't skiirul, chile, dey ain't skilful!"-Hxchull- gu. c sTAuunrat or TJav Cr!cans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. A rent iu your clothes may bo the acThe Train Service b per-- i (fnu.MiC cident of a moment, but a patcli looks fect in detail. Fast schedlike premeditated poverty. ules, zs hours to Jackson- vi.Is, 54 hours Some peeople get no sympathy when Cincinnati to they are sick, because they complain so 1 lavana. much while they nro well. t'U t P...e..Aai I rv.iw-P- puaiantt-6- , bytne a written bimUnt; i it an J conuitioia of nich it any part k jt oui Try it one month and v rvfutr It Tree orrhar.ee. vilt refund your money If you are not pertyy Mti 'KhL WO of orcani will be ntdatSI.1 i'M a?n iMKta.'r!i?9rf UmM MlMWiil Sfi I41SRtir:' Aa. - a I'TZTri !?nfjaJ?iSfl-MIV2 ferSfiialQ wTJ,iQlt Writ. il4 W. Main Street, fil iftJ S3. NiGHT PHONE 23. DAY PHONE It tbt REPAIRINCJ AND TIMEINQ FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. AH Work Guaranteed. ANE, 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. jr5 b Florida Havana fpaiJripJrlljrirEj1 naaa, , - p a Eff5J Bfl b fp BfJ afrSJg m .T? mvmm mm CTv n 6TTI! 6! , IfrlJ Is right at hand so is the I A phrenologist says large bumps on Some people are bo well aware of their a man's head often indicate a muscular own virtue that they overlook those of ' wifo. the rest of humanity. ' iCilip i O.P.A.. Cmdunatl. j Vulcan Chilled Plow, m ! iti ran ffy And Bell Center-C- ut M BfrHi People who are down on gossin don't A man who never talks may he a often say so until after they havo heard fool, hut he has sense enoughto conceal his dinieiicions. the gossip. Disc Harrows. S a Ercl 0 tV S' !e S mm Bfff fBr Our store is heavily stocked with every article Hardware Store, such Eiif found in a first-clas- s Woman's Mysterious Ills. Explanation cf their nature by sep Oooi, Dr. Harttnan, who tells how to cure them. k't M Wlm w JW nm lijH fHitljl mm Virfi. Stoves. Tinware. Cutlerv. etc. mB rtjlta mm nKrn OUNG et We have just received a number of Refrig- s erators, lee Boxes, Water Coolers, White Mountain lee Cream Freezers, Mil. Wm. Buckley, our experienced tin- - BfrtU ner, is constantly in demand for guttering, f33 roofing and repairing. praJj We Will UUl UC (711 women are constantly pua- zled about their health. In-d1 female troubles puzzle- all women. Older women hare esperience, but few possess knowledge of tho subject. The perUdica suffering ii painful. It is accompanied by many varyingsensationsthatdistrcAS. TIow inurh nt this nripni,r professional mystery. Ilartrxmn's book for women, called " Health and Beauty,' treats these matters with delicacy, and at the same time with clearness. Write to the Medicine Company, Columbus, O., for it: it i3 mailed free. It is n practical printed taUs to women. Dr. Hartman defines women's diseases as cures 'hem. catarrh and tells how Mrs. C. C. Naere,3S0 Morrison St., Portland, Ore., writes as follows: ' Medicine Co., Columbus, O. Dkak Sirs: "I began to take when I lived in Columbus, 0.,ia 38S7, ever since whenever I needed medicine. 1 and have used it nnd tha Man-n-li- n have never found an equal to for regulating the menses, and before I began to take it I was never regular and always had more or.less pain. I had tried many different medicines before I saw but without success. " There is nothing mysterious about tho action of It is not n " cure-all- ,' but it cures catarrh wherever located, and there may be catarrh in any organ of the bod . as all are lined with mucous membrane, Mrs. M. C. Veil, B04 Walnut St., Columbia, Pa., says: "I have been troubled vitli catarrh and u soreness 'n my bowels for several years. I tried everything and am happy to say that I ana now th'it was n tommended. I tried 0!)tirc!y well." ' Dr. linrtiunn's advke-.mabe had without charge by iny woaum who will ! .rUo for )t.. - His hook on Chronic Catarrh Is also mailed tree, 'It U Pctu-m- . All drufffr-id,aur'of Dr. B Pe-ru-Pc-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-a. Pe-ru-y iwcfcl.t-rtHtraoa- M v lit S Undersold. Eg a5 j Vigor All kinds of hvr Tackle ; H(oks to catch everything from a Sun Perch to a Channel Mud Cat. Aye ever say !i,,y" thing to 3'ou abuut Fish- - xe SstS! ?Z 'm Taylor Bros. H Sli U p 3jp Bfp B "ip BrgJBjgJBpgJ BJp BJp ajpppl A BOON TO MANKIND! DR 2 2)--i -- the JaZaMm an TABLER'S BUCKEY! PILE UJ a " tell-tal- tUt jl.o.v:uj aaa. B aa aM. M Iia3i Call and see us. til a .2 Lii m 7 Well, we will see you later, aa 1 - I SMI a a saw ."Va 5 .:mMt, CURE s--9 7S Main A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. - CURES WHERC ALL OTHERS HAVE. FAILED. It s;in!l.-- l tlio X'ljror, rite tho doctor about It. Probably there Is some dftlicalty with ycir reneral system vrluUj Diav !e oa Hy movl Adrtteas, II B. J. C, AYUlt, LowoU, Mats. If rou no not obtain all the vox ex;celed from tha neof Mili-titut- that PHILABCLPHIA. would deceive even a plantation darky If one could b5 found it would enrich Its liacuverer beyouud th dreamt Ol . avarl e." Street, Eichmond, Ky. r alai Mi . i Tunc, by Wail, 75 & VsV SaV VkV Vat-- VaV Ml VaV sa'Nt cents; ottles, cents. For sale by PERRY THO M AS, Eruffgists. i' i, The Richmond Climax. Proprietors and Editors. iLCMulLestT' C B. WOODS, Associate Editor. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, - rUUMBUKU JCVKKY 1890. BY WEDNESDAY Th9 Climax Printing Co. 1'ItICTS l'Klt Y15AR, $1.50. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR KAILKOAU COMMISSIONER, 3l. DIST. COIi A- - of W. HAMILTON, mt. sterling. ANNOUNCEMENT FOtt AUDITOR. We Hre authorized to announce JOHN B. OIIRNAULT, of Madison county, a candidate for the office of State Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention. The Louisville and Nashville railroad is out In a statement relative to its abandonment of the coal trade in Kentucky. The circular states that, though the long and snort-naclause ot the Interstate Commerce act was incorporated verbatim In the Kentucky statute, the Court of Appeals of this State has construed it dilferently from the construction of the Supreme Court and no as to prohibit any reduction of rates for a long haul, unless authorized by the Railroad Commission. Tins, it is shown, practically prohibits the shipment of coal from the fields oi Kentucky to liouisville, the com petitive market in which the Kentucky surplus is disposed of, but does not prohibit shipment of Tennessee and Virginia coal to Louisvillo. this being rates. The ctrcu.ar done on ionu-lmcloses wih the statement that, while the court's decision practically shuts out Kentucky coal from the competitive market, leaving a demand for only about half the annual production, tlin road believes that relief will be found in the Supreme Court, and that resort will be made to that tribunal. In the meantime, it states, the coal trade will he abandoned. ui ul John B. Chennult fails to land the FOB KEPRBSENTATIYE. II. WILL- prize at Louisville lie will .have the sat- We are authorized to announce-M- . , ... .i ;..r j -f , IAMS a candidate forthe Legislature, subject to isiucuoii oi Knowing mat ins couniy the action of tne Democratic party. stood by him as it should have done, We are authorized to announce W. W. as it always has done, and as it always COMIIS a candidate to succeed himself in the will do by a local candidate for a State next general assembly of the State of Kentuckysubject to the will of the Democratic office. To have Injected the Governor's party. race into FOB COUNTY CLERK. If We are authorized to announce ARCH KAVANAUGH DOTY for County Clerk, sucject to the action of the Democratic Party. We are authorized to announce C M. RAY-I1UR- N a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. We are authorized to announce D- R. TEVIS a candidate for County Cleric subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOB SHKBIFF. We are authorized to announce JOHN F. WAG BUS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. party. We are authorized to announce JOHN W. BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for (Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic We are aethdrized to announce MARTIN flRXTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR. county subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wa are authorized to announce JAS. L. Pursuant to the call of tho Demo UAKBR a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action oi tne Demo- cratic State Central Committee, the cratic party. Democrats oi Madison county met in Democratic Committee Meeting. We are authorized to announce JOB OLDHAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison the Convention hereSaturdny, would iiave been suicidal to Mr. Clien-- a lilt's cause. As it was our candidate is uutrarameled by bickerings and "in 6tructions." His county is for him and his delegates are for him first, last and to the end. Every other county, except three, with a candidate did exactly as we did, regardless of the other races. "What do we care," say a'l those counties, 'who gets the nomination for Governor, if our man is victorious?'' Here is the way Boyle county stood by Hon. R. J. Breckinridge, for Attor ney Uencral. says tlio Advocate. "The Democrats of Boyle did nobly by the local candidate. J udge Breckin ridge received their unqualified endorsement 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 and the well wishes ot his let low citizens for his success." At a nitetiiiK of the Democratic coni- niittoe of Madison county held at tho ourt house in Itichmond, Ky., on it was ordered Monday, May 1st. that a mass convention be held in each voting jirecinct in Madison county on Saturday, July 1st 1S99, at o'clock p. in. to select delegates to a county Dem ocratic convention to be held at the Court House in Richmond, Ky., July 3. to nomiuato a Democratic candidate to lie voted for as Representative for Madison county in the next uenoral Aswmbly of Kentucky. The basis of representation in each votini: precinct shnll be one delegate for oacli fifty votes cast in the respective precincts for the Democratic electorial ticket for President in ISOGand oncvote votes or for each fraction of twenty-fiv- e more cast at said election. The members of Madison county Deiiiocraticcoiiuuittees residing iueacfi votini; precinct shall call the precinct convention to order and Ipresido while the convention is in Mission and cortify the result to the county convention to be hold on the 3rd of July. All known Democrats and others who supported the Democratic electoin 1S90, and ral ticket for l're-idethose who pledge themselves to sup-lotlie nominees of the county Democratic convention, shall be entitled to participate in the precinct conventions. nt rt mass convention at the court house in this city, on Saturday, June 17, "J9, at two o'clock p. ni. Hon John B. Clien-aul- t, Chairman of the County Commit tee, caned the meeting to order, Uity Judge li. U. Klce was elected Utiair man by acclammation, but. not being present, on motion ot Hon. J as. is. Me Creary. Attorney Win. S. Moberloy was chosen in his stead. A motion bv Hon. J. Tevis Cobb was unanimouslv adopted, naming Clarence 13. Woods as Secretary. Mr. B. B Million ollered the following resolutions: Resolved, 1st, That we, the Demo crats of .Madison county, in convention assembled, reaffirm our ailegiauce to the principles set torth in the nlatform adopted by the National Democratic Convention held In Chicago jn 1S9G, and wo reassert our confidence in the gallant and gifted statesman and patriot, who we believe should be the Democratic nominee for President in 1900. to J. It. CuiiXAUi.T.Uh'm. William Jett, See. Mx. Jons Ii. Ciikxavlt and several hundred friends are in Ionisville this week making final arrangements for one Madison county statesman to suc- ceed another as Auditor of thefctnto of Kentucky. Not that wo love Captain Stone less, you know, but because we Jove John J5. more. 'There is absolutely no hope that can be indulged in by the eople of the United States that the national administration, whose duty it la to destroy these trusts, who can destroy these trusts, who can destroy them whenever it chooses to do it, will do so. The attorney general of the United Suites, the officer created for the pur-jios- o of prosecuting violators of law, the officer croated for the purpose of exterminating and wiping out things like this, that officer is a man who owes every dollar he over had in his life to trusts, who was mado governor of the htato of New Jersey by the trusts, who was croated by the trusts, who is owned by the trusts ." Jl'dor Tauvin poured hot shotinto the national administration on the trust question, last week, while chaie-iiia Covington giaud j'tiry. He said in part: K 2dd, That we present with pleasure the democracy oi Kentucky our deserving and distimruished countvuiati Hon. Jolrti B. Chenault, as a man in every resect fitted for the oflico o( Auditor ot Public Accounts. We know by long and intimate acquaintance with hi in thnt he is a true and gallant Demo crat and that he was one of the earliest and most earnest advocates of free coinage of silver, and that lie has ren dered much service to his party, and that he is bv intelligence, integrity and energy worthy of the office to which he aspires, and tiiat lie will, if elected, discharge every duty required of him capably, lattniully and honestly. 3rd, That the following persons are npiomted delegates to tho Statu Demo cratic Convention, to bo held at Louisville, Ky, on Juno 21, 99, and they are instructed to vote for John B Chennult for Auditor of Public Accounts as long as Ills name is before the Convention, to wit: narvey unenauit, V. Jl. Smith. J. S. Collins. Theodore Dunn, J. l'. Simmons, is. Ii. Million, II. II Colyer, H. C. Rice. T. J. Smith. Jr. James B. McCreary, John F. Wagers, C. H.Vaught.J. Tevis Cobb and "W. I). Oldham; and the following persons arc appointed alternates, to wit: W, T. Tevis. W. S Hume. A. T. Fish. J.C. Oldham, Shelby Jett, C. S. Powell, W. s. woheriev, T. T. (Joviucton. J. Ii. Stouffer, Dr. Elmer Nortlicut. Boyle son county as a maj'ority of tho dele- - uoty. wm. jett, j. u. iMitclieli and G. w. Lvans. 4th On all questions and nominations not herein provided for that may come before the Convention or the dis trict meetings, the delegates are in structed to cast the full vote of Madi uirect. CiF.Brower&Coi' Curtains. Hon. James B. McCreary moved tho adoption ol the resolutions as a whole, wnereupon nou. w. is. ennun was re& ogiuzed by tho chair and moved the adoption of the following amendment to tne resolutions: That, it Is the duty of the Democratic party to labor to defeat all trusts which seek to destroy competition and to con trpi the price of alt raw material and to h x tne price of manufactured nrouueta. Wo regard these trusts as dangorous to Lexington, Ky. the welfare of our people and a menace to tne existence oi our government, and we demand such legislation as will de stroy the trusts nud combines which now exist and prevent the formation of others, and we recommend the passage by Congress of a law or such laws as will take the tnrili'offof each and every product which has been included 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 cameu, and, L':io, the Convention ad' jourued. The meeting was lanre and enthnsi characterized by the utmost June is full of bloom and beauty-Ju- ne astic, andana good teeiing. id replete with roses June narmony is the timo of ripe youth. A NOTES. June morning is the most exquiThe Court Houso was jammed full, site time of the year, the niott and the crowd was for Chenault first, perfect image of life. The June last aim an tue time. days make summer "fixings" imMr. Chenault's speech was the best perative and no thrifty housekeeper can nllord to ignore our of his life, and justified tho applause invitation to examine our a&ort- - unit loiioweu. Judge Rice was unanimously elected Chairman, but he could not bo found. urt-ainHe came in late and was dumbfounded anil to find that his watcli was ten minutes slow. Ml s ihpsry M. PERSONAL, Miss Mary Ilendren has returned to Oriental Silkaline, reduced from 12 Iticholasville. to 10c a yard. Miss Rose Flautt is visiting Mrs. New shipment of China Silka, Jason Walker. oUc a yam. Mr. Hugh Miller and family arc at Irish Point. Itococo pattern Curtains, iiome irom jessamine. tJO ffJ pair. Mr. Thomas Pickels spent Friday and Renaissance Curtains, GO inches wide by 3 J yards long, sS 50 pair. Mrs. "W. E. Myers is visiting relatives Muslin Frill Curtains, new, $2.50 IVUU 111C1IUO IU JjCZJIIglOU. pair. x Mrs. A. P. Allis, of Richmond, is the Largo variety of Fancy Stripe Cre guest oi Airs, josepn uouey. tonne ueniniR, nonian btnpes, Miss Alice Chenault, of Georgetown, Imported .mice lor uoors. lb viaiiiug miss Aiaitie omitn. Mr. John Hampton, of Fordyce, Ark, is visiting friends iu this city. Miss Mattie Estill, of Lexington, is mo guest oi miss Mattie Tribute. Capt. Jan. T. Shackelford came over irom Danville and spent bunday. Porch Cushions at 10c, i!5c, COc. Miss Sallie Nave, of Lancaster, is Lawn Benches at $2.75. tne guest oi Alias Mattie Shifliet. Lawn Chairs and Rockers 1.75 and $2 Miss Nancy Hall is the guest ol tho Misses rratner, at valley View. . Mr. J. W. Ames, ' of Berea. has . .crone . f II Til vu i uubdii, Arizona, lor ins iieaiui. Mr. Jesse Strene. of Louisville-- , is visiting jus cousin, Miss isay atreng. 3Ir Robert McKee and wife, of Law- roncebiire, are visiting Mrs. Edna Yates. tfn. Wtn. La Be. of Paint Lick. Inff. MAIN AND BROADWAY, Mondaylfor lllmoia to make that nlaee See us for T 1 F.Brower&Co '! Lexington, Ky. hia.hoia. MfVMy Juajf J, X. Ifettoa ad UflRll, ot Clark, are with Mrs. Curran C. Smith for a week. 1tflCQ Ollta PIof loff. far T.iyinnfnn OwsLEY-Poo- n. Poor, Mr. Monday after a visit fn Mr. and Mrs. of Garrard, and Mrs.John Wm. Ellen Letcher W. W. Pigg. Owsley, widow of the late Judo Mike Mfra TtpRfitn Mnfilfnn rt tu Owsley, were married in Garrard last visiting hersisttir. Mrs. John R. 1'ateR. week. The groom is a wealthy farmer, the bride a grand daughter of Governor on Broadway. Letcher, of Kentucky, and mother of Mrs. R. F. Spears has returned to Messrs. Letcher. Will and Casey Ows Jessamine after a pleasant visit to Mrs. ley, and Mrs. iillen Owsley Cook. RelaT. T. Covington. tives aud friends in Madison extend Mrs. Clarence II. Vaught and sons congratulations. left on Friday for a visit to Mrs. C. W. Ware, at Trenton. Miss Ada Belle Roberts, ot Ruthton, is the guest tin's week of Miss Leila GuiiLY. To tho wifo of B. F. Gully, Harris, on Fifth Street-M- r nee Miss Addie Cornelison, Juno 12, a Will Parks, of the Dental Da- - five pound daughter. Named Jennie partment of Northwestern University, May. is here for the pumuier. Doty. A little strangor in the form .M of a ten pound boy arrived at tho has been the guest of her parents, Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. John Doty Sat and Mrs. Thos. FerrilL urday last. Mrs. J. M. Feland and daughter, Miss Farris. have returned tn thnir linmn in Clark, after a visit here. Mrs. Mary Hcrnddn-Loga- n is spendNuckols. John Nnckols, aged 23, ing a few weeks with relatives in Lex- died in Chicago on Monday, lie was ington and Georgetown. a brother of Miss Eva Nuckols, of VerMrs. Sarah Frost and daughter, Miss sailles, and a nephew of Mrs. R. C. .leauneue, oi Xiexington, are visiting Stockton. Senator John D. Goodloe. Pkkky. Died, at the home of his T. E. West, in Nicholas Miss Ollie Cosby, of White Hall is the guest of Misses Fannie and Maud ville, June 14th, of cancer of the stomach, Morton Perry, aged 73 years. Adams, of Berea, this week. The deceased leaves a wife and four Miss Laura Bennett has had for a children, E. P. Perry, Lexington, Hen guest Miss Annie Louise Clay, of Paris, ry it. Perry, Kichmond; Mrs. r. n,, a most charming young lady. West and Mrs. R. M. Hunter. Nicho Mr. Allie De Long, of Leximrtnn.nnil lasville; but no brothers or sisters. The Miss Logan, of Shelby, are guests of failing health of Mr. Perry camo suit denly, and his death followed so quick iur. anu .Mrs. is. u. Miuueiton. ly, as to greatly shock his family and Mrs. Polly Green, one of the oldest friends in Jessamine. For seventy- ladies in Madison county is visiting three years the deceased had lived m uer m. jouii .Harris. the couutv where ho died, and was a Dr. Ernest Jones and bride, of Law most excellent citizen. He was a kind renceburg, were the guests last week neighbor and on affectionate husband of Capt. W. B. Jones, near Kirksville. and father. The funeral took place Friday morning from, the; Christian Miss Mary Spencer Smith returned church, Nicholasville, nt 10:30 o'clock, from Winchester on Friday, accom- services being conducted by Eld. R. panied by children of Judge J. M. U. I' rank, assisted uy JSld. it. w. Wat Benton. lace. The enterment took place at the Misses Nannie and Virginia Goodloe old family burying ground. Nicholas- are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. vine Journal. Gregory, of Richmond, this week. Taylor. Ou Tuesday morning, May Danville Advocate. 30tli, 1S99, the many friends of Patrick Taylor were shocked to hear of Ills cad Miss Elilabeth Bryant, d nieco of Mrs S." A. Deatherage. death, at his home, near Shearer, Ky. won the scholarship medal at Bryantb-vill-e, He had been sick since February, at his a great honor, especially to one aunt's, Mrs. iiarton's, and gradually grew worse, until the end. Heart fail so young. ure cansed)by pleurisy, was the fatal die- A. Grigsby has returned after ease, if or the last week there had been Mr.E. a visit to Paducah. He is about recov- some hope, but on Sunday he began to ered from his long illness and is back 6ink. and, surrounded by his loved at his desk in the ineltracce office of ones, he passed peacefully away to his Grigsby & Muncey. home above. Ho was a member of the Church, and was Messrs. J. Speed Smith, Jr., of Louis- Ford Presbyterian ville, Eugene Hume and Warfield Ben- loved and respected by all. He was nett, of New York, Curtis F. Burnam, ever ready to help those in distress, and of Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, are at in his death our county has lost one of Its brightest young men. Followed by home for vacation. sorrowing friends he was laid to rest in Miss Elizabeth Spear6, the Belle of the Richmond Cemetery, Wednesday, Bourbon county, has been the re- May 31st. The heartfelt sympathy of cipient of numerous attentions since the community is extended to the beher arrival here. She is the guest of reaved family, and more especially to Miss Helen Bennett. the young lady who was to have been ids wife this month. God in his wis Miss Marv B. Smith, nf D. 0.. and Mrs. Whitehead, of Will- - dom has taken a dear one from us, and inmsuurg, daughters of the late Uev. lonely does it seem without him, but Green Clav Smith, are visiting their wo can meet him in a better world where there cometh no sorrow, and cousin, Mifs Mary Spencer Smith. partings are unknown. II. After several years absence Dr. Goldstein, of Louisville, who has justly won a wide reputation' as an optician, returns to Richmond and lms rooms at the Hotel Glyndon. See notice elseA Pigeon Hatches a Hen Eqrj. where. Mr. William Hale, who resides near Miss Lillian Lanham, who for the this city, on the Lancaster pike, found past beason engaged as trimmer with a pigeon setting on a hen nest and to the millinery firm of Devore it Buckley, try an experiment Mr. Hale took from this city, returned to her home in under a setting hen an egg that was Lebanon Saturday, accompanied by about due to be hatched and placed in Master Hugh Buckley. the nest with the pigeon. In a day or Mr. Christopher Field Clay, son ol so the egg Hatched out and the pigeon-he- n is at this moment caring for a Mr Brutus J. Clay, of this city, was married June 14, to Miss Elinor Wise, chicken that will break the foster daugiiter of Mr. Daniel L. Wise, of mother's heart shortly by repudiating Bouider, Colorado, where the groom ner ior me Darn yard biddies. had been attending the University of Mr. Gay Will Come. Colorado. Mr. J. D. Gay, for several years Mr. W. L. Crutcher, of Richmond, is champion shot of Kentucky, has in the city the guest of his aunt, Mrp. consented birdcome over and engage to Margaret Crutcher. Mr. Crutcher is with the Richmond Gun Club in a big one of Madison's most substantial cition the latter s grounds. Mr. zens and business men, having been shootlias a "record Gay ermnled bv "but few chief deputy under Internal Revenue iu world, and when ColloctorRodes. Hnrrodsburg Sayings. willthe well received. We he come she bo have three Mr. James Mallon and little daugh- or four men here who, with practice, ter, Kathleen, will attend the L. A. W. could make Mr. Gay "humn himselt." State Meet in Richmond, Monday and and these gentlemen will go up against Tuesday Dr. A. D. Prico and wife mm any now when he comes over. returned Thursday, from Richmond, Miss Coyle Continues to Win Laurels. where they went to attend the Central University Commencement. Harrods-bur- g Miss Mary Coyle, of this city, is the Sayings. undefeated declamatory champion of Mr. W. A. Langford and Miss Anna this section, her last and most brilliant Belle Hnrber were married iu this city victory having been achieved at Stancontest on Wednesday last, as fully described ford on Friday night in the-biin advance in our issue on the day of there for a diamond ring. Her subject the wedding. They left at onco for a was "Hagar." An immense crowd saw southern bridal tour, but will be pres- the Richmond entry carry oil the prize. ent y at the marriage of Miss Miss Coyle is a daugiiter of Mr. A. C. Marv Pattie and Mr. Will S. Oldham, Coyle, this city, and has had singular good fortune in winning every contest at Farmdale, Ky. in wnicn sue ever engaged, hue is Hon. Letcher Owsley and Miss Hal-li- e quite a beautiful girl and her talent is Hamilton, of Lancaster, were mar- most pronounced. ried on Saturday at Danville. The groom is well known iu Madison and More Recruits wanted For The Philippines. the well wisheB of ills friends are exThe Government lias decided to tended. The bride is a sisterof Messrs. regiments of colored .troops to James and Clay Hamilton, of Garrard, send two tne Philippines, and tne recruiting om-canu is a prize ut ior tne prince who in ljxiugton has been instructed to won her heart. enlist good able bodied colored men be-tDudley is on a visit to een the age of 18 and 25 years, who Mrs. R. M. Mrs. T. P. Dudley, of Waco. Mrs. Dud- can read and write. Those under 21 ley is on her way from a visit to her years must havo a written consent of in New York their parents or guardians, witnessed CarentsDick Dudley, City, to her in Chihuahua, by a third person. This is a fine chance Mexico. Mr. Dudley is engagod in for energetic colored men to make a building a large railroad in Mexico.and trip around tho entire world and have will probably be there for some time. their expenses paid. Apply at one at His many friends in Kentucky will be Recruiting Ottlce in Lexington, Ky. glad to meet his wifo. Champion Boy llidcr. The Ge.rmnn nt; Masonic Temple Wednesday evening Inst, una tli atvoll. At the age of soven years Master est of the year, in point of numbers, Charley Dunn, son of Mr. Bud Dunn. favors, decorations, music, etc. Mr. of White's Station, has won nine pre Cabell H. Chenault and Miss Margaret miums ior tne "liest J$oy itider ' in w. uncnauit ten. me ngnres and fair rings. Two of these victories were favnrn were novel and hp.infifnl Pnn. achieved at the Ladies' Fair here last tpicuous among the many visitors were week. In his form CharMiss Elizabeth Spears, of Bourbon, and ley won three premiums, in his sixth Mr J. D. Gay, Kentucky's champion year five, and this enrlv iu his seventh trap snot. Miss unenauit never ap- year he has two prizes stowed away in peared lovelier. his stocking He is an equestrian sure old roue Miss Margaret Crooke is entertaining enough, and when six years Barbour-vlllthe following friends at a house pnrtv horseback seventy miles, to where he at her home near Kingston: Miss An- thing in the ring. "cleaned up" everynie Bronaugh Engleman, Danville, Mies Annie Evans Bright and Annie Belle Dr. Lucien Rice's Success. Woods of Stanford, Miss Mary Hanna, We are here to record the successes, of Harrodsburg, Miss Nellie Peyton, Lexington, Miss Bessie 'Rcdmon, Paris. not the failures of our friends and Forgive us if we occaA number of pliant young men will also bo in attendance, and an enjoyable sionally overdraw tho picture, allowing our kindly motive to bet sufficient extime is anticipated. of the oifense. As fully set forth in our last issue, tenuation havo watched the career, Mr. Win. Oldham and Miss Mary Pat-ti- e of Those who Rice, of Lucien G. this are to be married to day at Farm-dal- not but feel proud of his county, canimat the old home of the bride's provement in his profession, steadystudy father. Mr. and Mrs. Oldham frill be and practice of medicine. the was a He at home at Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Pattie's, protege of our lamented Dr. J. M. Fosthis city, alter June lu. As was to be ter, who started him along with a heart expected this popular couple have re- full of friendship and encouragement. ceived a great number of presents, Dr. Foster is no more. But his good many of solid silver, cut glass, line works, do live after china, and handsome furniture. The just been graduatedhim. Dr Rice has from the Medical blessings of tho community are upon College of Cornell Uuiversity, with an tuem. honorary in addition to the regular degree. He has an assignment in Bellevue Hospital, New York City, ample testimony to his skill and promise. Dr. Rice, . we aro proud of you. ... TV T I., T .T ivev. ht. xi luci'ouaiu, ni jjanvme, will preacli at the Second Presbyterian , . Lsnd, Stock And Crop. .i nt.-- A viiiurcu uuxi. euuiuiy, morning ana evening, nt the usual hours. All aro Robert Russell sold 47 hogs, average invited. 228 pounds, to W. P. Ruble at 31 cents; Regular chnrch meeting of Predcsti- - 5 butcher cattle to W. J. Hanna at $4 nanan Baptist Uliurch of Richmond, $3.05 to 683 25 per hundred; 2 cattle, pounds, to W. H. Terhuno will be held on Saturday aud Sunday, average a head; bought 9 cattle, aver24th and 2oth of June. The pastor, at $23.50pounds, of GOO Jno. Boney at ?30 a Elder P. F. Adams will bo assisted by age .t head. Harrodsburg Sayings. t r i. tj tr duiuuui, oiIT.. j'j. Liunty, Virginia. ciuer expressscd opinion of Col. 'Christian Education" was the sub- J. It was the Col. T. P. Chinn, ject of Rev. TS. Hubert's sermon at the Tomllnsou and othersR.atPhelps, Jas. A. the ChautauMethodist Chnrch inet Sunday night: qua Circle on lawyer's row, the other his text being that familiar one, "Man day, says the Harrodsburg Sayings.tliat snail not live by Dread alone." He mile land argued that as "the chief end of man is the squareCassellof to D. just sold by Mr. L. Moore at John to glorify God and to enjoy him forever." $82.50 L. acre ja of the finest per education man's preparation for life) land, all in one piece, in the body of State should signify vastly more than classical Kentucky. in It proficiency. The educators of a genera- nnd there isn'thas waterwasteprofusion a foot of land Jn tion aro not only responsible for its intellectuality, but as well for its useful, the whole 640 acres. Jas. Baughman sold thirty lambs to nessorits uselensnoss. When educa tion is what it ought to be, prize fights J. C. Johnson at J. R. Knox in New York aud Anarchy in Chicago. sold to J. C. Johnson seventy fino and marital infidelity, aud dishonest Jambs, averaging 80 pounds, at 5c. J. polit O. Crowder bought m Lincoln county business methods, and ical measures, and dime novels, cig- twenty yearling steers at $10 to $20. arette and du'JrGs, will no longer dwerace Joe McDowell and F. T. Logan sold and degrade our civiliMticm. "The their crop of laniba to Sara McDowell fear of the Loci Ui th, begfenittg of for $5 to $5,60 per hundred. Danville wisdom." A(XYOftt.. MARRIED. "Utile Strokes Slate Bicycle Meet. BIRTHS. Tho long expected meeting of the State League of American Wheelmen has come and gone. It was a success, despite hard times and the too manor oils drafts upon the patience and purses The giznts of ihe forest most yield at of our citizens. There has been no dearth Ust to ihe continual blows of the 'woods- of public occasions this spring, whore- man. When ihe human blood lias become by the merchants and citizens have for dogged and impur.: the Utile drops of been drained of their spare changeeasy premiums and prizes until it is no Hood' s SarsapariKa, property taken, ioUI matter to "pull their legs" until they catch their breath and rest up. felt the oak of bad blood. 1 ins is tne iouneenin annual meeting, the second to be held iu Richmond, the first having met here in 1891. This Fell Great Oaks, Is somewhat Hot Dr. Barbour Got Even. DEATHS son-in-la- Among the ridiculous presents bestowed upon his classmates last Tuesday, by tho Giftorian, Mr. Harry M. Logan,"wa8 a blood red necktie for the distinguished Professor of Mathematics, Rev. L. G. Barbour, D.D., LL. D. Tho Doctor's antipathy to red cravats and hair parted in the middle wus well known to his pupils by reason of his frequent animadversions upon those characteristics of the brainless dude. Mr. Logan had borrowed from one of the aforesaid b.d's, his newett and reddost tie for the occasion, and publicly dedicated it to Dr. Barbour, much to the amusement of the audience. Not disconcerted by the joke, Dr. Barbour dispatched an usher to the platform and ho secured tho piece of flaming neckwear, unknown to the Giftorian. Next day the Doctor sent the tie and its pretty to his son, Mr. Jamie pearl stick-pi- n Harbour, in Louisville, and now Mr. Logan is in trouble with the b d. who '"loaned" tho red tie just for a ioko ou Dr. Barbour. Fat and Lean Men are Joining. son-in-la- seven-year-ol- scientific physical instruction to bo given here by Prof. C. Rucker Adams, ot liloommgton, ill., whose methods arc endorsed by hundreds of prominent men who have, joined his classes. Richmond lias no gymnasium and her clerks and business men lead a monotonous life devoid of the physical train ing and athletic diversions such as large cities aiiord. uonsequently we grow prematurely old and stiff and vitality is decreased until in cases of epidemics we would bo unable to throw oft dis ease. Prof. Adams is getting up a large class to tntiu them in ills scientific method, without apparatus, and ho will sometime this week, perhaps, give the tirst of a dozen lectures in tho Masonic Temple. Examino his list of signers and you will observe almost everv oro fessiouand calling represented, by fat men, by lean men, old, young," and middle-aged- . It is a great thing for neaitii, strength ana longevity. Richmond to Have a Street Fair. As a result of a meeting of the Madi son County I'air Association hold in the State Bank and Trust Comnanv building last Wednesday Richmond is to have a fair on August 1. 2, 3 and 4. It was decided to have a street fair in the morning and the trots, saddle mid harness rings in the afternoon. The morning exhibitions will be free, with a reasonable chargo to trots, saddle and harness rings. It is useless for the CIjImax to say that this fair will prove a success as the promoters, officers and directors, are sufficient to guarantee tins lact. ticlow we give a list of otll cers and directors: J. W Bales, Presi dent; ti. m. uoryer. Vice President; T. J. Curtis, 2nd Vice Presidont; S. A. Deatherage, Secretary; W. R. Letcher, Treasurer. Nearly all the business men of tho city havo agreed to take lessons iu the apologetic for nny possito the visitors. ble disappointments Surely Mayor Smith's address of welcome put them in a good humor; aud the 'Smoker" Monday night was all that could be asked. The ' Meet" began witii a parade of local and visiting wheelmen headed by the Kichmond Hand in Devore a big bus, specially loaned for the occasion. i he parade was a sixth of a mile long and traversed tho principal streets. Among tho features were the .ten uni formed members of the kpnton Clno. as handsome and gentlemanly set of young men as ever struck the town ; the 24 white-cappe- d members of the Rich mond Jnb, a farm wagon loaded with Louisville racers; inquire Armor and President Streug. our two Cupids; little Miss Karr on a linv wheel; Allen Zaring, the tall sycamore of XXX Flour fame. These were interspersed with visiting wheelmen, at d nx the shiny wheels- glitterwl in the sun and the band played "Hot Times in the Old Town." the crowds that lined the side walk cheered and guyed tho boys good naturedly. Immediately after the parade the business meeting vas held. Uhicl U011 Mil Pelouze, mid Secretary-TreasurBridgemnn, both ol Ixjtilsville, on tho stand. Reports and minutes were read nnd nominations made for general er a Schoolmate of Judge Sullivan. Everybody remembers aud loves Tate Irvine, who wns graduated from Central University 111 ltf&i, 111 the same class with the lute Judge Patrick Henry Sullivan. Mr. Irvine is located in the practice of law at Big Stone Gap, Va.. has been in tho Legislature of that State, and is a member of the Board of Visi tors of the University of Virgiuln. Writing to the editor of the Climax, May 31, Mr. Irvino says: "I want to thank you for the copy of the Climax that vou ssnt nielast week. giving an account of the death ot poor 1 have had no news in a Pat Sullivan long time that mado mo feel so sad as this. I had not heard that he was in failing health until I noticed in the despatches that he was dead. It wns a great shock to mo, as it will be to hundreds nf his other friends scattered every wherp, as well as to the thnusandR 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 primo of useful aud honored manhood. He had the mind, and character, and personality, that would have glveu him a very high position if his life had been spared. Many of the most pleasant recollections of my college days ate connected with Pat AlFrom VALLEY VIEW TEKSO.N'AL. Who Won The Prizes. W. J. Roberts, of London, wns in town last week. A "Big" Asher from Big Creek, was here last week. J. M. Asher. of Covington, is here for a few days recreation. Hamilton R. Smith and wife nre spending a few days at Irvine, with the relatives and friends of the former. Mrs. G A. Roy and daughter. Francis, are visiting her father and family, CapL T. B.Spnrlock, South Point, Ohio. Parrish, and genial, he knit everyone to him witii the strongest ties who came in contact witii him. No 0110 of the old boys nf my days, and his. at college, will be in oro missed or mourned than he. Your tribute to him was well deserved, and evidently from the heart. Peace to his ashes. "Sincerely vonrs, "R. T. Ikvine." Important Change of Time on The Railway. C& ways bright-witte- d, sunny-tempere- d 0 officers. L.OCAL,. DIRECTOHS. Dr. K. Northcut, J. T. McClintock. C. F. Higgins, Judge II. C. Rice. W. H. Do.uglas, A K. Doty, Jeptha Chennult. Mat S. Cohen, Dr. C. C. Hooker. J. V. Gibson. W. D. Oldham. J. D. Norris, Jas. J!. White and Harvey Chenault. Horrible Accident in Clark. Samuel T. Rupard and Mrs. Susan Rupard, his wifo, mot death in au awful manner last Saturday iu Clark Thev were on their 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. roud and the Ironworks rdke, near Winchester, their buggy wasMruck by the regular West bound passenger train and the vehicle was completely demolished, although the horse was not Mrs Rupard was InsCantly killed, her eli till being crushed, besides other injuries SKiiii hurt. g to-da- er w Scvcn-Year-O- ld o, being inflicted. Mr. Rupard's was also iracturo t, his side an J hip crushed and his leg and arm broken. He lived a few minutes but never re gained consciousness. The bodies were NOTES. placed on the tram which also contained the body of the relative whom they Secretary Harris was always at .his had come to meet, and all were taken post. to Winchester. Treasurer Zaring is tho right man in Mr. Rupard was a second cousin of Mr. John W. Rupard. of this city, and tho right place. a first cousin of Eluer Wm. RupardJ Mr. Streng workod faithfully, cheerPin fully, effectually. wfill knnwn in Mnilisnn. Big Purses at Richmond Fair. Joe Giunchigliani was there with a four-acr- e sinile. Tho Madison County Fair Association opens the following purses, to close July No one did bettor work than Mr. 12, to be trotted during their Annual Griustcad. lie is a conscientious, euor- Meeting, August -4: getic, intelligent man, and with every ollicor lor tho good of the THE n.VNKEIts' STAKE $1,000, meet. Offered by four Banks of Richmond, for Master Don Wiggins, of this city, saddle stallion, inare or gelding:, anv trick rider of age, of which $200 is reborved for con champion Eastern Kentucky, gave an exhibition solation. Only horses that show in yestorday. Don also won tho Bankers' Stake and take no part of race Monday. money will bo" allowed to compete in per cent to nominate consolation. Five Four hundred cigars were donated liy and 5 per cent additional from money onr excellent local manufacturer, Mr. winners. Money divided 50. 25, 15 nud rred. lMilier, and we pledge him the 10 per cent. No additional entrance support and patronage of the Richmond will be charged for coneokition, and 5 liicycie (Jiuu lor ins generous contribuper cent will only bo deducted from tion. tirst division ($S00) ol Qrst show and 5 The visit to General Clav took nlace per cent only deducted from ($200) con- vnslprdnv innrninir. Thi visltnr w.r solation. Should the above stake fail charmed with their treatment by the to fill reasonably well, right reserved to whose fame declare off". Entrance money refunded. distinguished Kentuckian, thu Statetand Rules of National Saddle Horse Breed is a part of the history of ers' Association to govern. For other rings for Saddlo and Harness The "Smoker" was great. There Horses, see catalogue. was beer iu abundance, c triim to thron at the birds, ham and cheese sand thots. wiehes. claret lemon punch, and 2:15 Class. $400 . . . punch. There was a string 2:18 Class, $400 ato-onion 2:27 Class, $400 . . 2:35 Class, $400 b'ind to drown the voice of revelry by 2:22 Class, $400. . . 3:00 Class, $400 night, and several cake walks by the Class, $300 Kenton Club. Class. $300 . 3:yr-ol-d li. ii. lerrui I'urse lor leanings, SloO, VISIT TO GEN. CLAV. 1tom- State officers were nominated follows: For Chief Consul, R. F. Pelouze, nf Louisville, Thou. P. Dew hurst, of Lex ington, and Etl. H. Croninger, Covington. Mr. Streng, Presidont of the local club, and to whom the credit for the success of the meet is largely due, was nominated for Vice Consul, and ho was tiamoil in a whoop without opposition. At 12:30 ndj iiirnmont was had for dinner, and at 2 o'clock a fair crowd witnessed the races, given below. Secretary-TreasurClarence Rob erts, ( ovnigton, and Orville W. Law son. Louisville of the Board of Representative" Officers, Charles E. Dudley. Paris, P. E Allison. Louisville, aud Dr. J. O. Newport. Aside from the regulnr nrrgram Mr. Julian T. Howe of Paris, gave a superb exuiuiiioii 01 iru-- ruling, tie wns attired in green tights and xovet jacket and per.'ormcu some wonderlut tents. The Kenton Club gave a J mile 'Tour" They divided and started slowly in opposite directions. As eacl section neared tho quarter pole on the back stretch they slowed up, dismount ed, shook Hands and all started back togetlior. ending in a mad raco for the wire. Mr. Vanwinkle. iormerly of Danville, cut through the pasture, swam the pond, 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 his tiny wheel for a record. of a mile. He was beautifully costumed and came down the track like a humming-bird, amid great applause. Time 24 seconds. First Race One mile, novice, George I. Forth, Somerset. 1; R. M. Pulley, Richmond. 2; P. Baruhard, Cynthiana, 3; T. W. Montgomery, Millersburg, 4; Time. 2:391. Second Race Half mile. Kentucky Division, L. A. W.. State championship, amateur. W. R. Piatt, Louiiville. 1 ; II. W. Mattimillcr. Louisville, 2; Samuel Bales,' Richmond, 3; 1). D. Slade, Lexington. 4. Time, 1:10). Third Race Two mile, protcssional handicap. Did not fill. Fourth Race Two mile, amateur handicap 7 starters. George I Forth, Somerset, 1; R. M. Pulley, Richmond, 2; Charles I. Koch, Louisville. 3. Time, 5:13. luftli Race Half mile, boys under sixteen. Don C. Wiggins, Richmond. 1; John BuchiuHtii. Lexington, 2; Field White. Richmond, 3. Time, 1 :22L Sixth Race One mile open, G starters. W. R. Piatt. Ixmisville, I ; H. W. MhoL-mille- r, Louisville, 2; Sam Bales, Ricii inond,3; George I. Forth, Somerset, 4. Time, 2:80J. Seventh Race Five miles. Kentucky Division, L. A. W., State champion ship, w. K. Piatt, ixHiisviiio, 1; H. W. Martimiller. Louisville, 2; R. M Pulley, Richmond, 3. Time, 14:19. Last half luilo made in 1:15, best time of the day. er Ten-kin- Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Railway lias changed the time of its trains on Sunday, Juno 18. and the following is a synopsis of the change as it effects Winchester. It might bo well to cut this out for referenco: Tho Mt. Sterling and Lexington accomodation formerly passing Winchester at G:55 a. m. has been taken off.aiid the fast express. No. 21. will make the local stops between Winchester and Lexington, passing Winchester i:zo a in. daily, and Lexington at 8:05 a. tu., 111. and ljuisville at 11 A new train to take the place of tho Morehead accomodation lias been put on which passes Winchester at 7:58 a 11 Misses Nancy Hall, Annie Todd and of Richmond, spent Sunday with Misses Lucy anil Mona Prather. Tho pretty and accomplished Miss Lina Wharton left Monday for a few days stay with Miss Leln Harris, at Richmond. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Gibben, of Ford, and Mr. A. E. Gibben, nf Hanging Rock, Ohio, spent Sunday- - with tho family of A. F. lJryson. Mr. and Mrs- Ike Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wilgus Luxon, of Lexington, and Major of Georgia, are visiting the family of James Brookshire. news brevities. Mr. Abbott will prench at this place next tounday. lverj uody invited. Rev. II. R. Mills will prench at Svlone M. E. Church South next Sun day. The Marso Drug Company hosopener'. up in this plnce with a full 'Hue of fresh drugs. W. L. Burges8and son, AVilliam, have bought a steam thresho, and will start next Monday. They will thresh in Jes samine and layette counties. Miss Alma Whitlock closed a suc cessful term of at Bethel school house last Friday. Miss Whitlock will teach the public school at Bethel. The prizes awarded at Central University during tho presont year as follows: The Declnimer's Medal, a gold medal to the student, who delivers the best declamation in the Inter-SocietContestWon by Ben H. Van Meter, of Shelby county. James IJ. McCreary prize, a i?ol.l medal to the student who writes essay for the'Atlantis ' during tin- year. Tito award was made by a coin- nitiee 01 uiree 10 x u. jioseiyoriVxaB. The curators prize, a gold medal t. the student who makes the highest average in the department nf Latin, W Stelnart. Of J.fri. a thrillVersailles, Ky. . V c juti jv. tviiKen ouiiiii prize, a gniirmedal for the best sot of notes on the course of lectures 011 physiology. Miss. wen-givetin-be- st The Chambers prize, a gold medal for the highest average in the department of Greek, W.J. Steinnrt, of Versailles. The Chancellor's prize, a gold niednl for the best original speech in oratorical contest, W. J. fc'tein- art, ot Versailles. The Benneit H. Young prizp, a gold medal forthe highest average murk in all studies, G. C. Haii, of Louisville. iuiv aireug, ni liiciimomi. For Rout. The storo house now" occupied by Mrs. L. P. Todd oil Main street, will be rented for remainder of this year, possession given July 1st. J. E, GnEENLEAF, Assignee. mySl-iL- . Q.raKRF.5CENT if! iiJJ i La Kentucky Chautauqua, 27-Jul- y Lexington June 7. ronTic.u. cogitations. Low round trip rates via the Queen Tho political not in this section has &, Crescent Route from points in begun to sizzle, nnd before tho cam Kentucky, good until Julyall returning. 9, paign closes will get scalding hot, and Ask ticket agents for further particulars. leave the bones of Republican defent AV. C. Rinkakson, Gen. Pass. Agrnt. scattered along the highway of Democratic justice, ns sad mementoes of Republican misdeeds, which consist In fallacious assumptions carried to ex tremes In damnable practices. Jay Gity Ordinance. Be Ei.i. Ess, ) iu. daily, and runs as far east at W. Va. Hin-to- n, new train from Huntington nnd local stations will pass Winchester daily at 10:13 a. m., and reaches Lexington at 10:55 a. tn. The New York Limited, No. 22 will pass Winchester at 12:05 noon, and will not mnko the local stops nt Chilesburg and Pine Grove as heretofore. The Morehead and Ixicgton accomodation formerly passing Winchester at 3 p. m. for Lexington has been taken olf, and instead it will leavo Mt. Sterling at 7:30 p. 111., and will pass Winchester at 8:01 p. in. and reach Lexington at 8:40 p. m. daily xecept A Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney fc Co . doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State alore-saiand that paid firm will pay the sum ot One Hundred Dollars for each ami every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. FitANK J. Cheney, Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Gib day of December, A. U. ISSti. , A. W.Gleason, State op Oiiio,Citv of Toledo, d, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal The New York Express, No. 33 will pass Winchester at 4:38 p. m., and will ly, and ai ts directly 011 the blood and reach Lexington at 5:10 p. m. and mucous surfaces ot the system. Send Lou i6 ville at 8 p. m. daily. ior testimonials, iree. The Mt. Sterling accomodation will F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, O. pass Winchester st (!:30 p. m. daily exSold by druggists, 75 cents. cept Suudav for Mt. Sterling and local Hall's Family Pills are the best, ltn stations. The Washington Express leaves Win Dr. Goldstein has Arrived in Richmond, and chester at 9:23 p m. daily for Washlng- , . 1. . . Will Remain Several Days. iuii, .xcw xorK aim eastern poiius. J. Ed Mitchell, agent, C. & O., Winchester, Ky. v- Sunday. seal. Notary Public points wliero the fire occurs for the purpose of preventing interference with the fire compnny. Any person not n member of the fire department, a policeman or acting under instructions of tho chief of the file department, who shall enter the territory embraced within the ropes fixed as nforosnid, shall be fined five dollars. Cla voe Smith, Mayor. R. A. Bahlow, City Clerk. it ordained by tho City Council Richmond. Ky., that in case of lire in the city the police or fire department shall stretch ropes across the streets at of ESTILL SPRINGS, White . OPEN ,. 'PHYSICAL EDUCATION" AS TAUGHT PROF. C. RUCKER ADAMS. BY and Sulphur Chalybeate. Pleasure A New System Entirely Without Apparatu- sSimple Movements Thai Secure a Wonderful Development. and Health Resort. m struments are used. Physicians especially are invited to call nnd investigate my methods of correcting errors of refraction. Mnny casses of headache, neuralgia, nervousness, irritability, insomnia, vertigo norvous prostration and the seeming stupidly of children are often duo to defective vision caused by an abnormal curvature of the cornea or crystalline lentfor to an irregularity of the refracting media of the eye, and aro relieved at once upon application of tho proper glasses. Ninety per cent, of the people over 40 years of age need glasses, and 30 per cent, of the 00 need them for distance. Glasses are not always glvon to improve eyesight, but to" relieve undue strains; in short to assist nature. Thousand of eyes are ruined yearly. Seven persons out of ton have neither eyes alike, and one out of 20. Astigmatism; hence the necessity of testing each eye separately. Special attention is given to any inequality that may exist between the refraction of the eye. Optical science lias made rapid advances within tho last few years, the correct adaption of spectacles has become a distaijct profession. The optician who thoroughly understands his business realizes fully that in adjust ing glasses ior ins customers he is treating-- wlh a most dolicato and pre cious organ, where the slightest error may result, seriously, while if ho does his work well, he not only gives comfort and ease to his patrons, but in many instances restores sight. Special care should be taken in selecting: the first nair of spectacles, nor should it be attempted without tho jUd of responsible optician. It is most importrnt that the lenses should be ac curately centered and of the best quality, and the frames so made that tho wearer looks directly through the center. Glasses nicely fitted to the face become an ornament as well as a and most improved methods nnd in- kt k mm hi fellow- -citizens. 2:17 Claas, $300 2:30 Clasd, $300. . . 2:24 Claw, $300 9 o'clock yesterday morning tho wheelClaes. $200 men met in front of the Hotel Glyndon Calalagucs will be issued in ten days and started on their trip of eight miles to or less. J.AV. Bales, President; S. A. the residence of Genoral Cassius Mar-collus ... Accordintr to program, promply at At a Climax reporter's request.Prof. Adams, who is organizing a class here, makes this statement: "In this brief interview I cannot hope to set forth all of the advantages that aro to be achieved by the employment of any new method of scientific uniform, systematic exercise. "Owing to the extraordinary expenditure of nervous energy by Americans there is no race of men in more need of physical care The Engliriiman 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 his dally exercise than he would his daily breakfast. Tho American business 1111111", 011 ttie other hand, though he does more mental work iu a given time than any other ten men under the sun; takes practically no exercise at all. I'hese men are nervous of course, yet iu nine cases out of ten the nervousness comes from indigestion which eventually leade to dyspepsia, and that in its turn comes from lack of exercise. "My system is not intended for the training; of professional gymnasts. Its object is to create health and strength. In following it a man becomes an athlete in a way, but this is a second ary consideration. It is as a health-givin- g power, that it has the most'merit. I use no apparatus of any kind, because iu my opinion, the use of dumb bells aud 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, the muscles after the fashion of the heavily muscled athletes. It will not make a man muscle bound, on the contrary it will indue that condition of elasiticty and endurance, which is exactly what the average business man requires. I am nf tho opinion that abdominal breathing will more effectually benefit and cure constipation, indigestion nud those conditions leading to dyspepsia than all the patent medicines a man can pour into his stomach. In my uey system there are thirty movements. There is no particular one which can be called a positive cute for indigestion, dyspepsia, etc. The benefit to the digestion comes from the system, from the fact that in every one of these movements there is not a mus cle in a man s body which is not entirely called into play. The muscles of tho abdomen are exercised in a way that no man without a knowledge of the system would think of, and it is astonishing to see how rapidly the flabby abdomen disappears to give place to the healthy hard flesh. My system is a friend to the corpulent man' ns well as to tho lean man It is my specialty to fit glasses in On the R. K. I. & B. Railroad and the Kentucky River, iu the midst of such a manner that they relievo the eyestrain perfectly; fitting the eye with Mountains and Romantic Scenery. spectacles that you can see with ease Tho Whito Sulphnris a specific for and comfort, thus preserving the eye. skin and kidney troubles; the In examining the eye only the latest Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Hot Sulphur Baths iu tho house. For turther particulars address, Capt. may3Mm J. it Thomas, Prop'r,, IRVINE, KY. Insure your dwellings, barns and all other property In the Blue Grass Insurance Company, ot Lexington, Ky., a home institution dire protection against Fire, Lightning anil Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating In the State, and gete cheaper ever year as long as you continue In the company For further information call on their agent and collector, 8. It. IS. BLACK, Attorney-at-LaRichmond. Ky , office 6n Main Street, opposite Court House, next door to State Bank & Trust Co., second floor. J. II. TARTER, I'res. may21-l- y C. C. BOSWORTII. Scc'y. TO CINCINNATI necessity. 1 RATES ON ACCOUNT THE GREAT 2 Fittlmr children with upbHVICO tt inUM.. r specialty. rarcnis, uo not. neglect your child-dren- 's eyes. SAENGERFEST ON SALE NATIONAL JUNE 2TTH TO JULY !8T. TO VISIT THE QUEEN CITY WITH THE OROWD8 WHO WILL ATTENDTHE NATIONAL MEETING OF GERMAN SINGERS. CORRESPONDENCE. PAINT LICK. Deatherage. Secretary. e, Hot Times at Louisville. The convention to nominate a Democratic State ticket to be voted for in November next, begins this morning in Lonisville. The latest figures on the Gubernatorial race are: For Hardin 362 For Stone 285 For Goebel Uninstructcd Contested Unreported REUGIOUS. . . . . 200 . 104 . . 47 . 25 1002. Total delegates in convention- Necessary to choice 547 'Only the most tangled of the contests. Other contested votes are in cluded in the totals given for candi dates. This, the Eighth district, is badly split up. Boyle and Madison having local candidates, sent uninstructcd delegations, to be controlled by their home candidates. There are seventy-eigh- t votes in the district, and they were di vided as follows in the conventions tion i- -i s, -- Saturday: For Hardin Anderson, C; Jessamine, 7; Mercer, u; fapencer, a lotai, 7. For Stone Garrard, 3; Lincoln, 4: Rockcastle, 4; Shelby. 61. Total, 17$. 4; ior uoebei uarraru, 3; Shnlbv, Clay. Beside the wheelmen a number of citizens in privato conveyances escorted the riders of the nilent steed to visit this historic old home, and once 11101 e grasp the welcome hand of the sage of AVhita Hall. General Clay hai stationed men to open the gates lending from the road to his residence, which looms upa half mile away, back in tho rich pastures. At the yard gate men were awaiting the arrival of carriages to look after tho horses, and thus free tho visitors from all possible caro during their visit. The large crowd gathered under the shade of the majestic trees and there greeted the venerable General, who was escorted from his residence into their midst by Mr. H. J. Streng. President of tne league 01 American Wheelmen. In a short address. Mr Clav welcomed every one and gave them tho privilege to roam over 11 is ground, out earnestly requested thein not to disturb him by going about the house, as bo was an invalid and did lint care to have hi regular habits interrupted. Mr. Clay's welcome address was responded to bv Capt. Ed. H. Croninger, of Covington, in behalf of the wheelmen. After shaking hands with this wonderful old man the crowd dispersed and becan their homeward journey, reaching this city in timo for dinner a wiser but-dutier lot 0; folks. s DUiictiit cases solicited. All questions in regard to the eyes cheefully answered. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION fREAT OPPORTUNITY Uninstfucted Madison, NOTES. C. Total, 13J. 14; Boylo, C, Henry Koeliler & CoBipany. FltEE. . r. Oltlnn linnro (mm in n Miss Zellna Kirkpatrick, of Charlotte, w. e. micAfttON, o. p. a., Cincinnati. N. C, is the pleasant guest of the at.Glyndon parlors, Riclnnoud, Ky. Misses Ramsey. E- - L. Woods shipped a d of hogs to Cincinnati last week for which he patd $3.30 per hundred. Wheat harvesting is in full blast here this week. The yield is not up to. the average ior tniu section. Miss Bettie Francis returned homo Saturday from Danville, where she has been the guest of friends the past week. Miss Jennie Parkes has returned from an extended visit to Georgetown and Richmond, attending commence ment exercises at both places. The snppr given by the Indies of the Given Away in Mt. Tabor Baptist church proved quite a success, uno proceeds, amounting to ?55, wll! be used for missionary worit Mr. A. K. Lackey celebrated his 78th birthday last Tuesday by giving his an nual birthday dinner. Only immediate relatives of tho family wore presDiving Elks, Diving- Horses, High Bicycle Dive; ' ' , ent. Mrs. W. F. Garrett and little son. S Guideless Wonders,, 5 Bucking Elks, Driving Eiks. Robert Lain, returned to their home at Livingston, Thursday, after a two weeks visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. car-loa- Lexington Horse Sho.v Fair and Carnival August 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, sip 9. $25,0.00 Purses spi f'rcaiL'.Ti Amusement Features UnexcelI$H - Fisher. Mr. m World's WUi AH j fair MMway Rivalled 6c. cut-thro- vite correspondence with 'Mill men who havo lumber for salo. They: buy John Chenault jumped on the train Poplar and Hardwoods in mixe'd cars, for Louisville Saturday ns eoon as the Dry or Green. Write them. apro-tSconvention bore adjourned. He carried with him the best wishes of his A I'lace to go. countymon, irrespective of race, color For luscious bananaR,, ripe apples, creed, or parly. cold-iccream-sod- a water, fresh cake, WANTED-Da- y" Boarders.4' Me,r nice candies, tobacco and cigars, to to Nannie. Martin, LaiH-arte- r Avenue A. Dinelle, next door to old Pont Otte. twxt door to II. J. Strong's rvuidetite Ro&Uurmit open day and night. e Total. 20. Lumber dealers ot Louisville, Ky., in- My 34-- Jnmes II. Tinrnatn ami lfo moved last week, to their beautiful home they recently purchased frona W. B. Lain. We are pleased, to havo Mr. Burnam and his esteemed wife locate ju this community; An elegant reception was tendered T?ev. L. 1 Echols find bride lat Monday evening by Mr. Andy Gwynn. A host of friends honored tho occasion and many cotiitu4tk)H and frood .wishes were ehowrvd upon tlx h9fy tbe Objectionable Features Eltralnatci ' ' ; .. For cstalcsucs. 'premium Huts, entry blanks M an IntormationaffW E. W. SHANKL1N, : 'Sxc'uraW-Ra'dr- ' - Secretary 'Railroads, H ' J . i . Lexington, AH or Goods AND Hero's Ymf Chance. Sosic Extraerdinary Offers Hi" HI HI II t County Court Days. ly The Climaz. 'ur price The Climax wants five hunrednew subscribers by tho first of tho new year. In order to reach this end, some extraordinary inducements will be made. Until further notice tho following will be offered to subscribers. The Climax and The "Week- ASH f I I Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, ALL WOMEN Should k tyoJW'M tn " " " mm ''" Jtno'vhat the """"" " i.......m. .m..o.u. M pi c ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. Compel 3'ou to trade with u The Climax and the Home when you give us a tria and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either kn Excellent Combination. the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's ectspf the well known remedy, or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. 'BUI' OP Finn.. mnnnf.nli..A u.UUUAUVbUAU l, 338 ffcjfe, AuroitKu. Fio Srnup Co., illustrate The Climax and the Louisox UV bAt west 7 -- i I I Lexington, Fayetto county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third MonAsk your physician this qucs- - i day, tion, "What is the one great Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Kicholasvillc, Jessamine county, third remedy for consumption?" He will answer, "Cod-live- r I Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Nine out of ten will ? oil." , Monday. j answer the same way. Versailles, woedford county, fourth Yet when persons have Monday. ' Hero V.n both for one year $1.60 K "uc i" v.. y:ui eiieciuauy, The Climax and "Weekly I gently yet promptly and enabling ono . u.titumc iiaonuai constipation per- Cincinnati Enquirer,- $1.50. The ladies cannot be dceci T manently. Its perfect freedom from everv br catchy phrases r stance, obicit The Cllmax and Ohio Farm, 2 and its acting1 on the kidneys, .II bombastic claims. - u'vio, cuncuiiiu $1.S0. or irritating them, nituuub it the ideal make we have to say is, weivy laxative. The Climax, can also furin the best market of In the nish any paper, published in are used, as they are pleasant to the t he world, select til la- taste, but the medicinal qualities of the the United States or Europe test goods, and who you other aromatic plants, by a method at reduced rates. I CALIFORNIA bu3you know youhave miuwu uj moorder to get f lO bYRUP only, in GOING WITH THE TIDE. its beneficial JlTll? tfl nVoM ltnltltlnTif Mlanta effects the latest, ? goods. Is that whM you remember the full name of the Company The Pilgram. ynutuu on me irom 01 every pacuage. want? If so, tradith CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Unfortunate it is that so marry people j o. up-tojua- il II II 151 vuiue oDtaintng the liquid laxaM1UU CO nun t u iu uu s mcdicinnllv j . uuu ui cacutiuu 'j V, tnem in the form mnct. VOlilUL taste and acceptable to the system. Wlls It is the one perfect strengthening laxa- . A . ville daily evening post, $3. The Richmond Climax and Twice-a-wee- k i . j Courier-Journa- l, i consumption they loathe all I The Appetite of a Goat fatty foods, yet fat is ncces- - f Is envied by all poordyspoptics whose sary for their recovery and I Stomach and Liver are out of order. they cannot take plain cod- - T All such should know that Dr. King's liver oil. The plain oil dis- Now Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and Liver IJemedy, gives a splendid turbs the stomach and takes appetite, sound digestion and a reguaway the appetite. The dis-bodily habit that insures perfect agreeable fishy odor and I lar health and great energy. Only 25 taste make it almost uncn- - f cents at any Dyig Store. 4 This question was ans-- 2 I i wcred when we first made 1 T Istho bost tor Femtle Troubles. CorroctsBU lrrcsularltses In Female Organs. Should be taken for CSanjeoIUfe and before Pliotcn '"5'i2 lint" Rectifies uavo stcocttho tost for twenty j e:irs. Mads only by Nw8pemrMedlcSnoCtt,C2iat- emu-Birt- BBk HHkJ f Vj rf 13 1 T C? lf & I H V Fit II TjtT9V UffjfMto . TKjyJBBgBJMMpWJM iMHr"EBB atf4flQHP W " OT t j i t 9 TM IflMHP SPr f.T- - jHKk I" Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors-t- W. 25c. 50c. a All druggists sell Mllc3' Norv Plasters. mxo" n .,.. GADfc DRUGGISTS. JMH cnoio 6UR01CI JBt UUIdUlU IIUUlUlUUbUUIK. I SEND MO MONEY W.m22l&x?2i u, CRQPCAIimi WANTED A BOY! ioac&nxraina BllflilY ttt your nearest nr. SEWIMQ MACHINE i frrUrlit depot and if ijirlfklC. i, Tir vre Ill WIMl li. il OUR HI -- j flMI. JW- HIGH te BAN FRANCISCO, CAZ X.0UIBVlr.T.7t irv Traur vmnr w For sale by all Druggists. Price SOc. per bottle. Jan5-l- y White i Gibsoh EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVENTION lYRUP PEPSI 'CURES CONSTIPATION. DR. CALDWELL'S Indianapolis, Ind., JULY 20-2- 3. 1899. ViH.Hoshaf&Co, Commission Only One Fare Round Trip Fare lor Hound Trip not to exceed ote dollar. VIA Ixccpt that from points within 33 miles tie excursion tare will be One and One-tli- rd Merchants.. "BIG - FOUR" linnets arc acposuea wiin joint agent at in dilnapolis not later than July 24th. and nav milntoffee of SO cents at the time of deposit, tiiicets may be extended to leave Indianapolis to liua mciuuiiiK August xu, isw. llor full information regarding tickets, rates an) routes and time of trains, call on agents "Iigil''our Route," or address the undersigned, WARREN J. LYNCH. J. IjJREEVES, en. Southern Agt. Gen. Pass. & Tkt Agt. w. 1'. UALt, a. u. 1'. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Tickets will be on sale from all points Julr isi as, zi r ram points wuain .a miiesoi il.Ujapolls on July 19, 2. 21, 22 and 23, 1899. in lieturnine tickets will be cood to leave In dianapolis to July 21th, with a proviso that if ills, Hogs Union Stock Ya'rds, Cincinnati, 0. Tki.rpiione 734G. &S"A11 information regarding1 live m.icK cheerfully furnished. Corsign ,v stock direct to us. sept7-l- y with vegetable ltmealps. Hare cured mitny thousund caoes htm ill igi at two thlrri" of n'l symptoms rimov ji 1Wimoni-.l- s nnd TEJI DATS trentment free. Bl. H. H. GRE3'S SOBS. Box K. Atlanta. Qa. DROPSY! let CALL CTOED uuT-imn- . ATm- - action for themselves, and then bravely to follow it. Such peoplo are simply drifters. They are ever, as says the son)?, "drifting with tho tide floating away," aimlessly on life's sea, with a sort of indefinite nowhere as their haven. If the tide happens to bo in the right direction for a time, they will drift with it. Then if a stronger current, moving toward the wrong, comes along and such currents are abundant in this world these drifters move on with it in that direction, t What thit darkened world most needs y is men and women who will, with God's help, hold themselves true to the right course of life, no matter how strong and how many tho adverse currents may be, or how yiolcnt the storms that may beat against them. On the field of battle, when all is excitement, and' enthusiasm, like a rush-in- c river in freshest time, carries all before it. ft 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 enemy's only a short distance away. Thus it is in the battle of life, he exhibits but little moral strength or manly fortitude who is good only when it is fashionable to be good. The true women and the brave men are they who dare stand alone in defense ot the truth and the right, even though they may be assailed by foes innumerable, both from without and within. 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. to-dasharp-shoote- Oil with Hypo- of phosphites. Although that was nearly twenty-fiv- e years ago, yet it stands alone to- 8eom to have no power of s day the one great remedy evidently lacking either the abilfor all affections of the throat ity or the disposition, or both, courageand lungs. ously to mark out a definito course of I Cod-Liver n, T 1 j I I f The bad tasic and odor have been taken away, the oil itself has been partly digested, and the most sen- - I s silive stomach objects to it rarely, s j' Not one in ten can tahc and digest the plzin oil. Nine out of ten can j take SCOTTS EMULSION tad di- s gest it That's why it cures so 3 j j many cares of early consumption, Even in advanced cases it brings s T comfort and greatly prolongs life, j i I SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. toe and 5 1. 00. all ffruff cists. ' NEW TOHE FASHIONS. The hair is arranged in some fearful and wonderful styles, the Pompadour and Madonna predominating. A jiet ambition of tho average young lads is to wear a groyhound's collar for a belt. The new petticoats flaro fearfully about the feet. Like tho fashionable dress skirts, however, they fit well about the hips. A charming garden party gown shown by Lord & Taylor is in Prin-ccss- o shape, and of turquoise-blu- o silk muslin over white silk. It shows both vertical and horizontal insets of lace wanted a son who will not scowl when asked to bring in wood or fill the stovo with coal a willing, happy-hearte- d boy, who will not draw a long broath, and stamp with impatience, when ho is wanted to run an errand. a Bon whose first thought is to save his mother caro and anxiety, and who thinks nothing too much trouble that gives her happiness, -- a boy who is' merrior, and happier, and jollier, and just as much of a gentlemen, when with his own sister, as when he is with any other boy's sister; and who is glad to go with his mother and sister to church, and to escort thorn on the street, a boy who is kind and thoughtful at home, and honorable, pure, and everywhere. Such a son as this is wonted in every home. Such a boy as this will nevor find any door closed to nun. Every situation that he desires will bo open to him, that he may do his best in it. Sorrow will rarely come to him, either as a boy or as a man; and when it does come, it will not 6tay long. Ho will be prosperous, and will live long in tho land that God gives him. Every home wants such a boy. Tho nation vantssuch citizens in every home. God wants tho earth filled with such people that he may give it to them for an inheritancetrue-hearted - In thousands of households there is (1KK1TKST TOU FTFD 1IC1LII . VLi' Mai Si T Xsii-lA- l r.T: ZrCJ' -- and freight charge. The mrlilne wrijttia $15.50 ISOponndsandthe frelcht will -- ermze 75 ceiiu for nii!fl. II IMKtt mUNTMS TRIAL in jmir own nnw. we will return your lli-tt- ) any dir you are not atitflcd. W uvt rh ib ISI3.50 fcuv 3Ui w Teitisnienw, BEWARE OF '.MI7AT?QNS lnilnceinnti. oiTerini; A Kit frff rwlC II any HOUBo. (ienit vaiuo cvcrouBfiiZ oy CABINET mmm -- p, firl-- U irtrnott tn ihtDROP M?K Hi ra on imw tit iw. Taj nM.auLft Jiing out tho falso Ring in the true " We - 3g to you the new and true from tho plney forests Norway "liingontthooia Ring In the new iu nnu .thi. ; ttku frk4 r la Cairix vstiud ad lf.r pnmt., wilh h4 crs r.iir p A - ' - - (iitiiuc x. him. jiir. wur .r DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey -- Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure: for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. The sore, weary cough-wor- n Lungs are exhilarated ; Jhe microbe-bearin- g mucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the'inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD LJY ALL on rnr 31ft N E V Si'L'D cv.yf. oak 9?: SIR? 111 '. ruv f M! , i.ju.r M. w r ...r- Sll lt:ne.-l...(bl- Mm .t. tnv til II If r"Il it.. .llul ill lr t.i fUcv ror ewlne, 4 Ua1. 7 bf.aJ ntrn with full tvth r. i.rrn:ml cM- vt Hit il i t r( Uf-I lull, Tvf fm sm J nf t !r? rph irM fcr.t t thrt9(llni;Tifv-i-t- r (:'.:.! twl. itrt rhnttli. autOTKf - Nji.hi m.i.1. tt.ie t.eaiiiita, patent hbft. t'i linrroTtrtt o- - wh I. vljtfaM urcKMT tout, laprorcd Uxn afcOttle iI.JiiiUAC)lydec4Nrattl rnnlr, atrntn(-ef:i- 4 Iwir. ptr t dr andmH-.t-M.s.in:. ifTCJCEIi TR iltZT'tlZD. nrrntm, a:Mt Jar Mi- - a.- -i rarpat Imim th CUARANTEED Ltrrj hHwtm atUrhisrab ltriJt-- aa wur Frfi IU'Jtructicn Z$0O Juft howanriinennmn ft Anridotrhr ihhIu ur in kind of fancy vuk. ASO.V2ARB' PrNDIJO "UAHAirTEE In ffi t IT Cn?TS YOU M0TH1NR toiamiewwlna tM xirBrhine, comirt u sells at $40.00 withth.w.... ...... i 2twLl ... 1 . it nn 1. a ...ri thu tin r.i u- iu.i m ulcrtlix TOI n 1U.UI Ir .t ... fr.Ukl Ml Ik. StS.GO. wlnln jm u;)uin H WHT P:ur. bn. t fo. in- - thon.uphlr rrlUble RUtor ) Address, ROEBUCK & CO. (inc.) lt inr I lum rf sears, isr. ll T i Chicago, apr5-6- Paliicah. Ky. mak innm Bottles Only. 25c, 60c. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET I AM 08 YEARS OLD .and never usod any remedy equal to Dr. Bell 'a It given qalcK find rrmulieiitrr-llfOr. Sail's In frrlpa3wellnscouEruiandcold3. Itmakfd Pini-Tar-Ho- GOOD DRUGGISTS Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED Etronc. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe. 1863. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Phopiiietor. Monuments,' Tombs, Hpadsfones, Statuary and Foreign ' American Marble and Granite. WANTED A GIRL! Yes, wanted, insertion. The really modish poke bonnets of tho present fashion do not cover the back hair. To make fine violet perfume at home, of orris root into break 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. hats are relieved frequently by some touch of color added as. a' sort t. of Nothing could be sweeter than the wash "flop" hats for children. Best & Co. show some beauties of pink and bluo dimity dotted with white, with crowns. rather high, jam-po- t Gold heads aro again in favor, six rows frequently forming a single necklet. The dove is tho most popular bird seen in millinery; and white satin poppies with light and dark green centres are favored. Evelyn Cable. All-whiafter-though- Madison County Girl Infatuated Wilh Dhine Healers. 11 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOYN. The Bourbon News is authority for EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The rti m is who lias ft good, sound, reami most refreshing liable rarriago under him. He enn rest pre in the thought that when "f drinks that can be found he hat pno of our well made, reliable in the city are dispensed pbiutOBB, carriages, runabouts, whale-bon- o breeders, or road hy and accommo- whatlrjay on the road, carts, that never his wagon dating clerks. will ewe way. Wo have one of the Genuine Sarafoja Water Kept on Tap. finest Stocks of road wanons. rockaways ld rubbprtired hugeira in RichJOHN DONELSON, Prop'r lnoud Kentucky Carriage Works. '(lfst up-to-da- te - - Plume 3. Second St. Eatlts RICHMOND, KT. andWhtskty -- I35ECONOMIST RANGES BBriU BE3 Al.SAIB. cnrwl at home wlth- laln rrnt FREE. Book of par-ar- s uioce. lot North Pryor St the following : "Two queer looking, long haired men who (claim to be 'Divine Healers.' arrived in Parts Wednesday morning from Lexington, to hold meeting in this city. They were attired in Prince Albert suits of tow linen, with crosses woiked on the shoulders, and walked bareheaded on the streets. "Miss Lily Baker, of county, who has been discharged from the Lexington asylum as a cured patient, became interested in tho '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 seventy.who visited the 'Divine Healers' seven times for treatment, died in Lexington Wednesday morning from apoplexy, and his family claims tbat the apoplexy was due to excitiment brought on by treatment of the 'Healers,' who claim to effect cures by prayer and tho laying on of hands." WILL WEAR DIVIDED SKIRTS. 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 cheerfully, and well that tho baby will crow, the table will look like a picture, and careful, critical grandmother will find no dust under the chairs or in tho cornors of tho room. Wanted! a loving daughter, tho touch of whoso caressing fingers brings a happy light to the woary eyes of father and mother, the sound of whoso cheory voice and mellow laughter is a joy to tho whole household. Where is there a homo in which such a daughter is not wanted? I)6es any one know such a girl? There is a situation open for her. She is advertised for, sought forj she can have any place sho wants; the world is hers, but why are there not more applicants? Ah, she is already occupied ; she has a homo which can not give her up; she is enshrined in the hearts of fathor and mother; her brothors have bound her about with the cords of love, and will not let her go. Those are sorrowing homes where she is not; for they havo a lack which is hard to fill. Blessed be tho daughtor of the household. God comfort tho homo that has her not. The Pilgram. a girl! a daughter, in thousands j " well-balanc- FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY." Isburg Central Stock Yards, EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. Those who are contomplatiiipr baying Marble, Granite, or any. ". Cemetery AVork, will find it to their interest to call at tho old stand i of the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, wliere they will find conHtantlj a. largo stock of finixhed work to ploct from, at prieen to suit all i Mrt. W. G. UOUCHEK, one. of the best workmuii it buyers. Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactci viorA in every phase. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, which will be furnished on application. Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. more, Washington, Philadelphia, EST YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED." Balti- Best Distributing Poixt East op Indianapolis for T. g 1 11 HKILTON, oV)V) Proprietor. New York and all Eastern markets. Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention. PRIVATE HORSE SALES ETERY WEEKDAY. annixrmJiniruinjTJTnnJTJxrui va 1 1 co 1 uiutLL LADIES' COLUMBIAN SIMON 'O'DONNELL, General Manager. may31-3- m BICYCLE GENT'S COLUMBIAN A Popular "Wedding Trip. If you want a delightful wedding trip whore yon aro not likely to meet acquaintances, take 0110 of the D. & C. new steol passenger steamers to the Islaud of Cool Breezes. Staterooms and Parlors reserved thirty days in advance. Send two cent stamp or illustrated pamphlet. Address, A. A. Schantz, o. ia., D. & C, Detroit, Mich. may31-t- First-clas- Steamboat Service Between troit and Cleveland and Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac. s Sell Yonr nittes AND BUY YOUR De- Best Bicycle Built FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT: RICHMOND, KY. d ire require is J1.00 down, balance parable after examination. are thc only factory in the United States selling direct to rider. guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee eror given. . give more options than the regular dealers. You can hare your choice1 of. color, hcighth of frame, or any gear desired. Our bicvcles hare all the latest imDrorements larce tnbinir. flush taints, lanro-- . 5 sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc 2 WRITE FOR CATALOGUE C1IVINO FULL DESCRIPTION, All We We We Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. pay the Highest" and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth. "We f CORRESPONDENCE. UNION CITY Floating Steel Palaco Steamers are now running daily betweon Dotroit and Cleveland. Two trips per Week between Toledo, Detroit ana Mackinac Island. Regular service will commence June ISth. Spend your vacation on tho Great Lakes. Send 2 cents for illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. Sciiantz, G.P. A., D.& C. Dine, Detroit, "Mich. . D. & C. Thukman Grocery Co., Cor. Main and Ciieapside. COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., apr26-3m CLEVELAND. OHIO. p n n n n nm A m Exchange.! Ten women of Syracuse, in western 2 5Sg5SS k " RoofinTj Guttering Kansas, have decided to renounce custom and fashion and will in future, during the stormy season, wear divided skirts. Tho women who live on the plains of western Kansas have long hoped that some community would declare against long skirts during the season when the wind sweeps over that region at a velocity of 35 miles ah hour. It is certain that many other communir ties will inaugurate this new custom. Editor Henry Black, of Syracuse, says tho 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. and General I Job Work. V S t3 Wbimbuk HS32BS3H I P y K REGENERO. COMPLETE BLISS Mikes Ss i PEPSlN jYRUPINDIGESTION. 11 CURES Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. DR. CALDWELL'S The Orcat l '' th. Vck Slrooi. days treatmrat Is positively cnnnuitml to cure rmii!lcaled case of Nervous Uebllliy, 01 it sets powerfullr and quickly. V Nrw Alan. I'h1rnllv IVrfrrt. la the result i)f ItKII EAKltO. Voiias nico will n ofllif their Iwt mtfapoil. nml Old lien will record their Tit!iful rltfort Ulnrlsorates ami restores tc ull life ami visor, all sufferers from Seminal Weak, aees. Impotent Varicocele, Spermattorhea, Xlshtly EmbrJons, tost Uraln anil llaicalir Power, Weak Memory. Waksf ulncsa. Evil Urcwm, Despon-leiicof Coafiileiice. and all efTecbi Of self, . ihtw. or trhlch unfits ne for bUklnCM. stadyor tnarrlafe. IIEUK.VKUO roes ni once 10 ma root of tlio Ulscaso-tliIs whr t cures. It U tho nrrstrnt ?f rr e Tonle In the world winr liwl.y it cuts Vltorniul Arllonaml restores liol'lrcof Vomh it It a marTelous Blood l'url-- e ler tlut Is why t 11 nk tilow co mm liark to t'lenalcrlireks. I Istupon Ha1ne KEtiENEKO. Sih be carried In -t imkeu Ur mall 81.00 per ox. ot six for ft; .00. Wo rhrerfullv refund l-he nionrv where hoies do not effect a cure. vlrcnurs tree. Jll tho American Ofhce of BORDEAUX M DIGALGO.825 W PRBKQHrearh of REMEDY now nlihln rav rterv Amrrlran. nr Uio most WnMIng Master John Parker is on the sick list. Mrs. Mary Park has recovered from a short illness. Mr. Archie Dunn and family aro visiting his mother, Mrs. Joe Gentry. Mr. and Sirs. David E. James and nephew are visiting Mrs. Susan Golden. Mr. T. K. Hamilton, of Waco, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hamilton. Mr. Will White and Misses Mary and Nannie Lou Walden are visiting tho latter'a uncle, Mr. Elijah Walden. Mrs. Kannio Adams and grandson, Master Bon Dunn, of Lexington, are He who knows not hovr wisely to visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. N. economise has no moral right to beD. Dunn. come tho head of.a household or the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hamilton have re- father of children turned home after a two weeks stay in Winchester, where Mr. Hnmilton has been under Dr. G. W. West for medical treatment. Ho prononnces himself greatly improved. Eov. J. W. Prather, of "iticbtnond, In Egypt the custom is for Princesses to hide their beauty by covering honored us with his presence and delivthe lower part of the face with a"veil. ered an interesting discourse to a large In America the beauty of many of and attentive audience Sunday. Not- our women is hidden because of tho withstanding tho rainy day there were weakness and people presontfroin Hichmond, Mob-erlesickness pecu liar to the sex. Waco, College Hill, Doylesville, If the EgyptBrookstown and Red House. Wo ian custom pre were glad to see so many from a disvailed in this tance and we trust. that this will not be country, many the last time thoy will honor us with suffererswould their presence. be glad to The newspaper man makes mistakes no doubt, but niue times out of ten it is the mistake of the informant. Ho 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 havo a surprise awaiting vou in the variations of accounts, even though all were eye witnesses of tho same event, The newspaperman connot always bo present at the same moment something happens; therefore he is obliged to make inquiries, andlroni various stories given he tries to sift the truth from tho fiction and givo actual facts. Sharpsburg World. 5 hey're the best! ?f That's why you want to see them before vou buy. We mean 1 An aaeaassscaaaacaaaoseissssaaessacesaeo'9 r o :::::: .. t. I 1 ft II il A 1 " J aa O 1L .;.;,o9 ...oe ...oo ...ao .co SB ...oe ao ...o$ ...aB ao- .oO e-- B SO' a our terms will be On and af tor Januar3r 1st, 1899, our ...ao as nsurance Gasoline Stove. ' '. SPOT CASH!" -We have attempted to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unable to collect them all promptly. Wo are therefore compelled to eoII for CASH that we may pay cash forourgoods, and will endeavor to mako it to tho interest of the trade to do business with us. We havo a nico lino of Staplo and ?ar.c7 Groceries, Qaccsswarc anl Glassware, &c. Give 113 a. call, examine our stock and got prices. ifP Goods exchanged for country produce ao O ..30 ".mm ao- 0 a.... 0a. . a. a... .. . ..ail al mm as ...oa -- a ao Hidden Beauty 9a. 0a. so... 9a... 0a. 0a... 0a. 0a. 0a... 0a. 0a.. 0a. . . 0a. 0a. 0a. 0a. n ... ... a aA afJ IIK- - HIGGiNS 11 .11 Fill? KY. m w a. y, If BPJf if FOUND ONLY AT THE Ml aV.. WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, SS0000000000aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa0aaaaaaaaa r Discovered by a Woman. ts For sale in Druggists. BlcH mend by Parry & Thomas, Vsept2My. Rotary Motioa aad BSV EXPERIENCE SO YEARS' Ball Bearings I HADE HISKSS Anyone sending a sketch and description may quietly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Hand book on Tatcnta sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. 1'atenu taken thnhinh Mann k. Co. recelvo rpttiaX notice, wlthoutlcharse, In tho j Copyrights Ac Designs PrescriDtion Tlwrs to m BEAUTY wHlMHit HEALTH. "Favwita Pr- BEAUTIFUL ky making Uwm wraek H mk Scientific jFfttKricarii. J Jintest circulation of any identlfle Journal. TcrS, 3 s TMr: four months, fLi Sold by aM newidValern. A handsomely lllmf rajpO weekly. Another great discovery has been made and that too, by a lady in this country. "Disease fastened its clutches Upon her and for sevon years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months sho coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a.bottle of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, and was so much rclievod on, taking first dose, that sho slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs. Lutber Lutz.' Thus writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles freo 'at Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Succes sors to W. G. While. Kegulnr eizo.COc and ?1.0O, every lmttlo gnamnteod. 4 wrinkles, their sunkencheeks. their unnealthy complexion, from the eyes of the world with the veil of the Orient. their premature cover IE Why Suffer Agony ? When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE in to euro you. li is tho discovery of p. eminent p'.iysijan. Ku Interruption Ho Knife I Baslsars ! Tho first treatment brinps iinmcdiato relief. I,t Lp .js curort thousands, and will cro vou. , ommended lo me. The ic.'.oi mected a permiM"it ' . ,l I vluntarily give ycu CCa statement, hoping It l ef bringing your wonderful rvmciy to the atttutiou of oi'r.crs fc 1 r Bratifield's Fernale Msgatc? brings out a woman's true beauty. It makes her strong and well in those organs upon which her whole general health depends. It corrects all menstrual disorders. It stops the drains of Leucorrhcen. It restores the womb to its proper place. It removes the causes of headache, backache and ne'rvousness. It takes the jSoor, debilitated, weak, haggard, fading woman and puts her on her feet again, making her face beautiful by inaking her body woll. DruZlt3 jet! It far $ I bottte. Send for our free illustrated book for women. TJk Xrstfflcld Itegulatcr C., AlMta, 6a. Cash Hardware Store of DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. s 1 nil Screen Doors, Watei; Coolers, JRefr.igerators, Champion Bin- ders and Mowers, Hay iRakeSj Binder Twine, Etc. mehl-ly and chief of the ChatranoofW. Piro Dorrtnint, says: rec'After years of suffering, DON'S PILE O "TMCN r wasni-- . I MR. T. c3. WILCOX, promii'onfc moiT';i-".fc- prslltiqi.m ie J$ ' - with pt!c." Price $1.00, PrcpaM to sny Addrssa. f DON CHEMICAI COMPANY, iU- WEALTHY. For Bale by Blue Grass Furniturti Co., Richmond, Ky. MMl OAce, W F Si, "Wask!stM: V. C It matters not how low tho price of an article may be, its purchase, is aa extravagance if the one buying it iiM ho proper use for, or need, of it. ' jefr W -a, " JSEi. iSL. L 'LJL LW MWl vmr JZl 1JM La WAv' m KTJ5RT, RICH M ON P, KY. . 0000000000000009B000M0' ar aHaHETC tTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T TTTf TTtt T TT7T UPPLEMENT THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, 2 00 2 00 4 CO 2 00 2" CO ;UPPLEMENT KENTUCKY, CRUTCH EH. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1899 80 80 70 . 80 80 1 20 80 1 40 60 80 80 "80 . .i 1 I 'Court of Claims List. The following is a list of the Claims allowed since the May Term, 1898, to be paid out of the County Levy for the year 1(599, and same is certified for publication and to the Sheriff for payment: ' MISCELLANEOUS. W " Amos, George mad commissioner, 11 days Azbill, J W 2, accounts Baker, J S pike work Eutner, J S pike work, assigned to J 15. Stoufl'or Baugb, K rent of school liouse for election Burton, M G assigned to Coving- ton, Arnoltl & Bro Brown, 4t G inquests Beck, G W meri'Iiants account . Boeu, B B & Z M account . . . ... BartiusBud account Brookman, W S conveying nris- oners Black, A and J Millor assigned to W S Hunley Burgin & Million, rock nceouut Burton, W B Froad work Brock, Walter 2 days work and 8 posts Bosloy, Dr account $02.00, allowed Bakor, J L assigned to TC Witt Baker, J I.U account assigned to S S Parks Black, Arcli and June Miller, piko work Bariies, Win rock account assigned to T J Smith ' "Bakor, J L 3 accounts assigned Madison' JSn,ith 1J small-po- x account Assembly . The linon, L R eoal for rock VOt' firliclinr eac .Burton, Lee, pike work ticketfroa&dus, PB sot of harness for eaarnain & Moborley, attorney more Tim Democrat8, 0t'i0 "signed to W M voting prec"P.n convention tcV W pik" work conventional pike work . . . . .... $16 50 37 00 30 25 19 80 10 00 40 50 24 00 4 40 3 00 9 85 50 00 152 50 0 00 14 50 15 50 10 00 ... 220 31 204 07 1 00 Eades, John L work on bridge. Embry, J T work on bridge . . 0 00 Frazeo, Dr L J account $151.75. IX allowed 37 97 Frnzoe, Dr L J small-po- x service 103 00 Friend, George piko work . . . "46 37 Freeman Bros, merchants acct . 21 65 Fowler, John M pike work . . 71 CO Fox. CTlivervbill IS 50 Fish, AT account 503 45 Fish & Johnson, account . . . 153 90 Galloway, W T gravel on pike . 8 00 Greeuleaf, I E small-po- x claim. J00 00 Greonleaf & Crooke, insurance on court honso 120 00 Grady, David 2 road accounts . 106 73 Gay, B F road com'r, 11 days . 16 50 Gabbard.G B supplies furnished 5 00 Golden, Miss Mildred account . 47 75 Graves, PMgar Louis Sandlin commissioner 20.00 Griggs, W C merchandise 6 00 Griggs, John L viewing ronds . IS 00 Guard for County Prisoners . . 600 00 Galloway, W T pike work 130 0G Galloway, W T piko work . . . 02 80 Gibson, Dr W M account, f25.00, 0 25 if allowed Gay, J L accouut 2100 Gay, J L 13 days services as ... ... .......... 137 41 4 00 Justice Hisle, John pike work Hisle, John fencing pike Jlockaday, Dr W L commissioner on pike 5 80 Hoard, B 41 25 10 CO ,. 100 00 5 45 185 18 behotlo1t'i8'0blck8mit,'i te .... 42 60 S 40 10 00 ' AlL.lyiowi. ' I m w v c .. '. liko Ghenault Jerrv account ypr. . (jjiai,jijerSf j0in overseer of road Mai loiyor, ii u iaup!r cmiiii the Jolin 11 U Oolyer, coiutuisaiouor Bruco & Risk, meichnuts ncct . Barnes, Sam rock ( n pike Balluw, George (col) 5 days work on pike Biggerstaff & Oldham account . Combs, Dr It B account $59.50, allowed J Clay, B J election com'r 4 davs . Chenault, J It election com'r 4 days Carter, J B Lumber account . . Clowers, J M road claim . . . Covington, Arnold & Bro merchants account Climax Printing Co., printing . Collins, T B merchants accouut Cain, Thomas account Christopher, J D account assigned to It E Turloy Cobb, Mrs C W account Cobb, Zena viewing dirt roads . Cheuault, CDadm'r Wit Green, rock account Collin, J S 2 accts, $7.00 each , Clowers, Earnest pike work . . Currau, T J assigned to W S ... 05 5 00 5 00 259 00 14 85 12 00 12 00 Harber, Dan II viewing roads . 9 13 F hauling rock Ucathmau& Jenkings, merchan 7 dise, 2 accounts House, A J road work 44 Hugueley, Steve 2 days on road 2 Hugueley, Lucian team and hand 3 1 Hisle, O W road claim Hopper.Dorcas R R Wells, com'r 10 House, E F piko work 145 Uarber, M M & Co., coal acct . 203 Hall. M C assigned to B Kelly . Hurst, Dr account $69.00, J al lowed 17 Interest on Turnpike Bonds 3,150 Interest on Railroad Bonds 4,400 Johnson, W A pike work . 228 ... ... .... .... 39 00 10 00 23 72 - 4 50 00 75 50 78 00 00 00 00 75 37 'S 70 25 ' Johnson, Major " " 25 38 0 00 41 83 Johnson, P B 2 accts pike work Jones, J M coffin account Jackson & Golden, assigned toD M Chenault Jasper, Dr H C medical account, 44.00, M allowed Jett, Shelby lumber and rock "... "... ... 00 00 00 66 00 230 00 ... 8S 55 . 155 45 7 60 Parrish, Miss M W acct . . . 29 25 Pettus, Mrs Richard adin'r comr on pike . . . . 3 00 Perkins, T G Jr 2 accts . . . . 10 00 Parrish, S surveying 6 00 Pantagraph Pub Co assigned to T J Smith 76 00 1 50 Pickles, G W merchandise . . Parks, Waller piko work 15 00 Powell, Dovey Dick Williams com'r 24 00 Painting court house 250 00 Quinby, J S moving tree . . 100 Roberts, Dr Phil acct $173 al lowed 43 25 Roberts, Richard pike work . . 21 25 Roberts, Dr Phil small-po- x prac- practice 100 00 Richmond Register Printine claims 44 10 Ithodua W M piko work . . . 77 42 Rhodus, Jessie pike work . . . 62 50 Register Printing Co printing . 42 40 Roberts, John, Richard and T Newby pike work 235 9S Roberts, Burton team and hand 2 50 Rice, Sam acct 81 95 Roberts, Allen piko work . . . 21 25 Robereon, B R merchants acct.. 30 00 Roberts, C M poor house keeper 250 00 Roberts, Mrs C AI matron 75 00 Ross, A J pike work 8 75 Richmond Wator and Light Co water etc 600 00 Richmond Water and Light Co rock 8 35 1 50 Rupard, Jno W ropairmg bridge Richmond Cemetery Co, pauper graves 24 00 Rico & Arnold, acct 13 05 Stevenson, I) M absigned to J B Stonffer . . . , 27 00 Stouirer, J B post house supplies 14 80 Smith, Jim work on culvert . . 2 00 Soper, Charlie rock . . .'. . . 131 10 Smith, Claude & Co acct . 9 50 Simmons,.! P building bridge . 6 SO Simmons, J P due on settlement 47 05 Scudder, Dr J W poor house medicino 50 00 5 00 Settles, M D merchandise Sandlin, liuis com'r of roads . 27 00 Sandlin, Louis com'r of roads . 16 70 Sandlin, Louts holding post mortem 6 00 COO 00 Stony Run Road Stagner, Goo Jim Nolaud com'r 10 00 Stafford Bros $10 each J A Young com'r 20 00 Stevens, Hubbard pike work . . 6 40 Stockton & Hagan merchandise 50 10 Sanders, J B sheriff conveying prisoners 16 75 Sheppard, Charlie pike work . 25 00 ' State Bank and Trust Co com'r 100 00 R R bonds Shackelford, J T com'r on Lan 1 50' caster pike Sheppard, Chas 42 rods 4 perch . rock . , 35 50 Speedwell atid Brassfield pike . 1,500 00 Sandlin, Louis 14 days services as justice 42 00 Turpin, G W assigned to J T 164 65 Cobb . . . i II C llargis, judge John Taylor, clerk Jack Freeman, sheriff W Chenault, Overton 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 4 00 Chenault, Wm 00 Coleman, Alex 00 Curtsiucer. Jessie 00 Clark. J W Chamberlain, F M 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Harper, Tom 50 20 'WACO PKECIKCT. 1 ....... UNIVKRSITY. T Harris, judge ... J B Cooke Potts," iudge R Corueiison, clerk C W Tribble, sheriff OITY HALL. T J Douglas, jndge . . . J E Reagan, judgo . . . John Murphy, clerk . . . M B Arbuckle, sheriff. . POOSEY. Harper, Henry Harper. Alex Hamilton, W D Irviu. '" . KAVANAUG1I PRECINCT. 1 1 1 20 1 Jordon, John : W P Baxter judge C T Wells, judge fl O Horton, cleik David Powers, sherilf OFFIOEK8 f6k IAJCLVL OPTION 2 00 G W Warner, judgo . . . 4 00 S D Carpenter, judge . . J N Hendren, clerk . . . 2 CO John C Wurren, sherifl . 00 NEWBY. 2 00 John Heathman, judge . 4 00 Jacob Long, judge. . ELKQ-TIO- R E Tudor, clerk CW COUKT MOOSE. . Jenkins, sherifl .... ... niGQEItSTAFF. . . II C Hargis, judge . J H Kennedy, judge-- .. .200 John Taylor, clerk Jack Freeman, sheriff . B Cooke . . 2 00 N B Howard, jndge . ? . 2 00 C W Sanders, clerk . . . 4 00 Morgan Taylor, sheriff . 2 00 T J Jones, judgs .. .. . 2 00 2 00 2 00 4 00 UNIVERSITY. Potts, judge . . . . W T Harris, judge J R CoruelUon, clerk I) It Tevis, sheriff O .... 2 00 2 00 4 00 i ROAD CLAIMS. CHENAULT PKECIKCT. CITY HALL. ... T Wells, judge Joel Gentry, judge H O Horton, clerk David Powers, sheriff 2 2 2 4 00 Asher. Nathan 00 Azbill, Cyrus 00 Benton, loin 00 Bowman, Asher, John sr Asher, John jr 1 m'oreaby. Win Jett, judge Joseph Gentrv, judge W J Fish, clerk C W Cobb, sheriff . . . TIITOX. Jno L Griggs, judi;o G F Edwards, judge Jno WGrider, cletk H R Kelly, sheriff WACO. Benton, Jordan Baker, Andy ........ 1 1 1 20 40 20 20 SO SO ....... 20 Jessie 1 1 2 00 Boulware, Haden 2 00 Broaddus, John 4 00 Biggerstaff, Eliliue 1 20 20 20 Cosby, Simon Cosby, Samuel Derricks, John Dozier, George Dozier, W M Deatheiage, John Fox, Mark Fox, Jake Fox, Dick Fox, Green Fox, Jim Fox, Ben Fox, John Guess, Tom Gri filth, Tom Gentry, Bart Gilbert, Ike Gilbert, Louis Hadon, Wm Hill, Perry Hill, John Harris, Dan Harris, Smith Hughes, C S Hughes. E M Hall, Milt Igo, B M Jones. Dock. Jones, Dave Jones, George 1 Kirby, Mack Kirby, George Kirby, Moses Kirby, Alex Kirby, Micager Keone, Sy 10 Keene, James 50 lianter, Robert N 40 Lanter, RE 80 Unter, 65 Lisle, E 80 Moore, Scott 70 Moore, Jack SO Wli 80 70 1 00 1 20 80 80 80 80 1 20 70 1 40 80 "0 SO Jones, Ths Biggerstair, Sam Burton, Lee 2 00 Cutsinger, John 2 00 Cosby, W B 2 00 Cnnliffe, Richard . 4 00 Cosby, 1 CO . Robert ... ... Wm Benton, judge X (3 Bonny, judge M T Bybee, clerk W C Terrill, sheriff . . .. 2 00 2 00 2 00 4 00 2 2 2 4 00 00 00 00 J KAVAXAUGII. L Bybee, judse A S Nolnnd, judge Jas P Hubbard, clerk J Gideon Tnvlor, sheriff KINGSTON. B F Crooke, judge W R Azbill, judge R T Pettus, clerk J B Parks, sherifl BEAU WALLOW. 2 00 2 00 2 00 4 00 2 2 2 4 00 00 00, T J Jones, judge Speed McKeehan, judge W C Lewis, clerk P B Riddle, sheriff SPECIAL . . . 00 REGISTRATION 2 2 2 4 Chenault, Waller Chenault, George Chenault, Lem Chenault, Boyd Chenault, Frank Cobb, George Collins, Joe Crutcher, W L Clark, Willio Chrlsman, Albert Chenault, Letch Chenault, Ben Cheuault, Brutus Chenault, Sam Chenault, Ed Clay, Robert DeatheraRe, Sam (col) Deathcrnge.Sam Deatheraue, J C Deatherage. Bird Dealherage, G W T Dejarnett, James . Dozior, G E Dozier, Horace 80 20 3 45 L.20 2 70 1 20 1 20 1 20 .r 00 80 1 20 1 20 90 00 00 20 1 1 85 '. .. . 60 70 1 20 65 1 20 20 2 30 1 20 COURT HOUSE. H C Hargis, judge J H Keunedy, judge John Taylor, clerk Jack Freeman, sheriff UNIVERSITY. W T Harris, judge B Cooke Potts, judge J R Cornelison, clerk C W Tribble, sheriff . . . 00 Dozier, Albert 00 Dozier, Conway 00 Eades, Will 00 80 1 20 3 45 80 .Moore, D L 1 20 Munday. William 1 20 Mmter, Edgar Junes, French Jones, James Tones, Perry Jackson, Grandison Johnson, Thomas Kelly, Hiram Kidw'ell, Tom King, Dillanl Kuapp, Charlie Kash, Lee Kash, Letcher Langford, Thomas Langford, O T Langford, W A t Langford, Craig Lisle, Alfred Lisle, Tom Lisle, James Lisle, Ben Lowry, W S Million, E P Million, Woodson Million, John Million, James Million, William Morgan, Henry Morgan, Beverly Mize, Milt Muocio, James Mligee, William 80 65 50 1 20 80 2 25 80 80 80 80 70 Raukiu, James 2 70 Reed, Ben . 80 Risk, J M 80 Shearer, M W 50 Shearer, Bedford 1 Miller, Boon Miller, Howard Mome, Jerry Mink, Jack Melz, Grayson Jfolaud, Nathan Noland, George Olds, W T Oldham, TM Oldham. Joe Parks, Ralph Parks. Ira Parks, French Parks, Curtis Parks, James Parks, Rufus Parks, Merrill, Parks, Joua'i Parish, Asa Parish Eugene Parish, George Powell, Ed Quisenberry, CM Richardson, Robert Rankin, Johu . 2 10 Adama.Bruce 1 20 2 00 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 j 2 00 1 00 40 70 80 1 20 , 80 40 1 00 30 ken. Henrv rooks, Charlie oaddus, Elbrige fAbee.KT 20 fc'Jew, Merrill 20 Pew. Wm 20 Biks. Tom 20 Btnn, Van SO Beiy.Toin 60 Bei'n. pleas Edmond 20 60 VoU, Aimer 00 CoblRicbard 60 60 80 1 20 1 1 1 CO 1 60 1 CO 1 00 1 1 1 1 1 1 CO 1 CO 1 (SO 1 1 80 60 2 40 1 00 1 35 SO ChanW Jerry CoIlfnHeury Pete 40 1 CO 80 1 30 1 60 1 20 2 00 1 20 SO ! ! j ! 10 80 80 Shearer, Jacob 80 Scudder, J,W SO Shearer, Charlie Shearer, Jake col 1 1 1 1 1 Stone, Albert SO. Tribble Gilbert 80 Tribble Rnfus i0 Tribble, Wm SO Tribble, Cash 10 Tracy, GillMHt lO SO 70 j 70 70 1 20 J 1 80 1 1 60 1 1 20 1 60 60 1 1 20 1 80 1 1 20 40 1 C 1 20 1 40 C 1 60 1 1 20 60 f 1 1 00 1 20 ( 1 20 1 60 1 20 40 1 40 05 1 20 1 60 1 60 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 00 1 - ColyerSharlie team Cnsteen, CnrpetiV, 3 40 1 1 CO ia Chenaul Harvey CliristojW, Pete Cox. so 1 1 1 1 ii( Fhh r tin IHl HO CrnwfonlWin (Doty, Cols Deatherjie, G. S. 2 I 1 Estill, Rav Esti!L,Hei.ry Easterfifw . tt 111) KvansiJerry Frazi., 1 1 1 1 Frazitr,,.A J 20 iott, Lee Tom 30 Grulbs. Grublw, Wm Green, CCy' , 2M 1 20 M , 1 1 i 1 1 1 60 40 till (Ml 12 Gcnttv, Earnest Ml Harvey 1 Gren, Colby y 1 1 120 20 1 20 1 . 1 1 (X) Gentry, Wade 1 George 120 Gentry. Gentry, Jake 120 Gentry, Charlie 20 Harris, James 20 Hocker, Win 20, Holly, Chris Holly, B C Hnguely, Jake Hugtiely, Dave Frank two hands lFaats. Simon Jomfa. R II Kav innugh, James Kee le, Hadie Lee Alfred Lnn ), Zack Lun e, Wm La 11 ft, Pal Marin, J W In.-M-- 1 20 2ti 20 tKi 1 1 0 70 40 1 1 it 6!) 60 60 I till 1 1 1 (fi mi 1 so l 1 l0 B0 yi 1 1 1 1 1 60 20 bO (in 30 to Turpin, Haden 80 SO SO Turpin, RD Turpin, J. C Todd, Sam P Thomas. Enos Vatiphn, Dock Woosley, John Woosley, Jesse Woosley, J II West, James Wells, Tom Wells, Milo Wells, Dent is Wells, R R .Walden, Charlie Walls, Bobt Baxter, M R Overseer T1ITOX PllKCIXCT. 80 50 SO SO 2 10 1 Turpin, J W pike work 32 50 11 00 .... .... . 25 CO 2 75 5 25 7 05 55 00 Cobb 7 50 Kindred, Jasper, HCjail physician. Jurors for Qurterly Court . . Jenkins Bros, medical account . Jones, Eli Todd Bros com'r . Kellor, John assigned to J T . 5 40 47 (X) 200 00 1 00 18 00 107 65 Reuben nssigned to Covington, Arnold & Bro . . 35 00 Kanatzar, J H road work . . . 15 20 Kindred & Ross, assigned to T 28 75 J Smith Kelly, Talton takingcarc of pau 8 45 17 50 7 60 20 00 25 30 1 20 13 50 vs. uu Colyor. H II to '.my pair finales 200 00 Colver, II II s. i oi., Wa hill . 400 00 parse, A E lumber, &c . . . 47 90 Coy, N It viowing pikes 22 50 Cottou, Nat viewing pikes . . 22 50 auornoy . 900 00 Cobb,. I Tevin 30 00 Cobb, J Tevis btationory Clay, Pattie A Intirmary . 000 00 Hunley .... per Kelly, Barney merchants ncct ... Keller, John pike work . . . . Kingstou and Bear Wallow 3 00 29 00 00 90 00 00 20 00 00 00 00 00 .... Cheuault, Pattie claim Parii--h ... ... road 1 75 J Corn el i uk, M;irv Louis Sandlin 15 Sanford Oldham, judge . . ' 10 00 Urj,CU road account. . commissioner 19 (X) 00 G R Carpenter, judge . . . 118 50 Long, J L account . . Cofjlv C W work on road 21 00 "V A B Hampton cierk . . . Chioko, J W com'r T PBouda . 100 (it) Ixjug, Joe uork mi bridge . . salary . 975 00 Jno W Shearer, sheriff . . . 2 00 tf "$bh, J Tevis to buy htatutes . 8 00 It Cu. forshoed . . . 3 50 Wagers, J W to buy school M'CREARY. I .Mouse, J M piko work . . . 232 80 Mellon, Ham team on road . books 100 00 , 2 00 Moore & Co. pauper account . Wm Jett, judge Williams, Thoinas., viewing 8 00 17 25 .Million. 15 L 2 accts road work Jetton, Nat piko work .... D 00 Joe Gentry, judgo roads 238 00 otton, Nat 11 days servieus as W K Risk, clerk . . Miller, R V Register r . . . . 58 50 Williams, Thomas receiving 33 00 Medcalf, Jevi 0 days on roads . Justice pikes 10 50 C W Cobb, sheriff 9 00 T J 3 accounts, work on MeWhorter, L P 6 days on roads 9 00 Whito, John F supervising 7 T1PTO.V. pike 130 80 McKee, Owen merchants acct . days 21 00 22 75 J L Griggs, judge . . 1,000 00 Mcl-ii- n, Jounty Judge, halary Mrs Laura allowance . 10 00 White, John F stationery . . . 36 00 G F Edwards, judge JunCounty Judge, stationery . . . 30 00 Moberley, S N account 51 10 White, John F recording 103 Johu W Grider, cletk . . . Ju,polity judge, for co. paupers . 1,200 00 Million, George school reports 1,03 00 rock 18 80 is II K Mellon, sheriff . . . latlienge, N B com'i on Lan Myers, 1) 11 lumbar 3S 75 White, John F copying und cer WACO. 1 50 McHone. nitecasler piko y . . 150 00 John pike work . . . 21 GJ tif ying claims porl)iijrliU), w II 1 days servics as Wm Benton, judge . . . , Mid kill', S L blacksmithing . . 96 50 White, John F recording sheriffs "J'lustice 3 00 McCarthy, J JI plumbing . . . 18 80 settlement 75 OOi N O Bonny, judge . . ."". . perai. M T Bybee. clerk John repairing culvert, 11 CO Milller, M M com'r on piko . . 4 50 White,,John F waiting on court keep'8' W C Terrill, sheriff. . . . invi vis, John 15J rods rock . . . 40 50 Million & Tudor, 38 rods rock . 207 10 of claims CO 192 avis, I C commissioner on roads Moberley, It K pike work . . . 121 25 Whitefpiolm F preparing elecKA VAN A UG II. Vll lljlVS 10 CO Mink, Johnson assicned to Cov-tion baTfots 25 00 J L Bybee, judgo . Javis, IC recoiving piko . . . 25 65 478 58 KL Doty, judge Mitchell 10 CO Wliite,J6hri F fee bill pa'tients Mink, M J 3 small-po- x ells'R It poor liouse receiver 50 00 Jas T Hubbard, clerk . . . 'ovington. ArnoUl & Bro . . 219 06 claim assigned toT J Smith . SO 00 Wells, It R viewing roads . . . 18 00 A S Noland, sheriff . . . . assigned to Wells, R R supportpoor house 700 00 Miller, Julia 3 small-po- x HJI Hgjj inger patients KINGSTON. 38 05 claim assigned to T J Smith . VUUV ..til IJ .l 2 00 Wells, R R pike work 11 days . 16 50 J M Hendren, judges . . . Berringer & Jones, assigned to &. Co coal assigned to Mayo, Andy, Lev Medcalf com'r 20 00 Witt, E J R Creokmore, judge . . . Owen Ilisle . 30 00 Middelton, B L merchandise 195 00 J Hamilton . 2 95 C F Park, clerk Derringer & Jones, assigned to & Co coal sssigned to J Martin, Tom road 2 40 Witt, E 10 45 Martin, Mrs Lucy R burial acct. Talor Bros Hamilton 14 82 Brack Maupin, sheriff . . . 6 00 Derringer & Jones, work on piko 10 24 Moore, J W surveying 24 00 White, Allie, J D Goodloo com'r 10 00 DEAK WALLOW. Derringer Jones, assigned to Moore, John receiving work . 1 50 West. W C cqm'r of roads . . . 30 00 W J Gooch, judge T J Smiih 50 00 Millor, Letcher 2 pike accounts 120 16 Wagers, John F mule hire and Douglas Young, judge ". Douglas. Bright & Co. merchants cart Maupin, Tom L 2 pike accounts 14 55 285 00 F I Jones, clerk 13 25 Moore, John measuring ruck . account as 2 00 White, Mrs George small-po- x James Combs, sheriff Dunn, William account signed T J Smith 4 00 Moore, Johu suryeying road 3 3 57 "OUKCAX.VAN. Denny, Buster account 5 20 day6 9 00 Williams, H H pike work . . . 184 00 J 8Boggs,judgo Watts, J W rock on piko asjBouglas & Corueiison. account. 55 10 McKinuey, June ditching etc 53.50 'Douglas. Alfred accouut . . . 16 95 Moore, Smith J L Gay com'r . signed T J Smith 2 claims 28 00 J O Miller, judgo . . '. . 7 50 Harry Allen, clerk Watts J W rock on pike assigned Davis, Dr J A medical account Magisterial district $30 forpau J B White, sheriff 1 claim $40 50, K allowed . . 11 62 T J Smith 14 00 per practice 210 00 Douglas Amnions, merchants Walker, J S com'r on Lancaster BLUE LICIT. Miller, Jack having house 4 50 account Pike burned 32 50 l 50 ED Mitchell, judge CO Mc Bride, Johu team on Dixon, Vest road account. . . road . . 29 00 White, Geo W Jr 2 bets cart har L C Gabbard, judge ''azier, John road account . . . 25 25 Miller, Letch rock on pike . . . 11 30 ness 20 00 T J Osbuni, clerk t.hernge, N B supervisor, 7 Williams, Tom 16 days services Medcalf, Levi 14 days services as Johu Johnson, thorlff, . . . as justice 21 00 45 00 justice 42 00 Porch Cus'"' BEREA. Wells, R R 14 days services as e!s' Akl,lls !,uildine bridge 12 45 Northcutt, Dr E medical acct Lawn IV John D Goodloe, judge'. . . U5tice M city physician . . 03 00 42 00 . .unn, Di 24 CO $90 allowed II K Richardson' judge Jiaw- Dejarnett, Jiain ballance on rock Newby, Allen account 6 40 Young, J A piko work 15 days 22 50 T R Itoberson, clerk Young, J A account 80 00 Koland, James viewing roads . 18 00 fence 28 50 Fayette Vaughn, Bheriff. . . vDozier, John pike work 25 50 Neat. Cash road account . . . 31 50 1 50 Young, George com'r of roada BURNAM. Young, Jno A 13 days service & blnaa, livery bill . . 8 00 Noland, George & Co eolEn acct 3 60 Duncan as 'justice Deniiyi Amanda J LUay. eoin'r 7 50 Oldham, W D & Co merchants 39 00 Robert Turner, judge . . . - .' Win West, judge nny, Charlie cofhii accOUuf. , 3 60 account 24 39 xier & liojrgs llve?y bill OFFICERS OF ELECTION AND A M Davidson, clerk . . .' reiicebtinr, are "yisi W A Arbuckle, Sheriff : . . 'yjonglh8& Wells acpount Yates. REGISTRATION. .V ' 10 50 awards, Dan accoBBt.. ' TKVIS. of Paiat Lick, loft Mf. ,Wb7. FOK LOCAL MAIN OPTION tenv Moses 2 accouats SAD Jones, judgo . . MondsvJfcr to make that nla nd degr&de owr his h o Kituib Tuikw, judge fwtr of th Lord 4 ykx-- hUusk. iLojRie BiaketiiftB, clerk Jud?4 J, X. m4o muI Turnpike 3,000 Lackey, J Cdietingand keeping prisoners 2,701 Lackey, J C opening court house 290 Lackey, Mrs M F pauper claim. 27 Lackey & Searcy, merchants acct 10 Langford, W A electiou com'r 12 l.ucas, S F horoe and buggy . 2 I.Uhk, Dr L J niodical account 20 l.ykius, J M road work . . . 9 18 Lc, Alfred pauper claim . . Taylor Bros account Todd. L P & Co account Taylor, Shelby nrcount Thorpe, SH Jr fee Taylor, Morgan merchants acct Thorpe, S II Jr stationery . . The Bracket Bridge Co bridge Taylor, John G & Son account Tudor, Kinch assignee to TJ Smith Sr Taylor, Gideon rock Tribble, A J rock. Tudor, Wash and wife $20 each Thomas Cotton com'r Turpin, N B acting judge Taylor, Dr Vardy acct $5.00, K allowed Turpin, N B S days services "as justice for 189S Vaught, Dr C H acct $56.00, X allowed Voting Place, 13 school houses $10 each Willing, Geo M supplies to court house Willfiinc.Geo M account . . . . .... .... .... bill. ... 67 CO 5 37 34 01 2 00 2 00 2 00 4 00 CITY HALL. 4 50 Joel Gentry, judj:e . . . '. 148 20 CT Wells, judgo ... 7 36 375 15 60 H O Horton, clerk 00 David Powers, sherifl 00 KEGUIVVR ELECTION NOVEMBER, 1S9S 50 COURTHOUSE. II C Hargis, iudge J H Kennedy, judge . 2 00 2 00 2 00 4 00 ...... 16 00 5 00 9 S5 ... ... John Taylor, clerk Jack Freeman, sheriff. . .... . . . . 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 4 00 00 00 00 Forbes, Ike Forbes, George Fjfe, Tom Fowler, Will Grimes, James and Kate, land to chango road Grimes. William Gaines, Connie Gibson, James Garrett, William Gentry, Charlie Harris, Gill Herndon, Dock Hisle, Horace Jones, T C Jones, Charlie Jenkins, Green Keen, Martin Million, inter, Price, 5 00 Munday, James M 1 -- CO 80 1 20 80 1 60 1 20 1 60 1 20 1 20 40 2 40 1 20 1 20 1 10 1 "Sloblrley, R K J 1 MoMrley, Richard 20 1 1 m Nl Wl Wl 1 1 Miller, Robt 20 Martn, Elbridge 00 Miller, Rufus SO Mill.tr. Milton 20 Upland. A S 60 Poland, Sam 20 15 SO Millir, Wyntt. 1 1 1 55 f0 H 1 1 Ml Noland, Abe 60 ( Morris, C C 80 GW 1 20 Powell 1 20 1 1 2 1 1 in H 110 20 McQueen, Nath 60 McCord, William 60 Marahall, Colly 40 50 SO SO ' 1 12 50 1 1 UNIVERSITY. 40 00 200 00 W T Harris, judge . B Cooke Potts, judge . . . . J II Cornelison, clerk . . . . l O W Tribble, sheriff 24 00 CITY HALL. ..... Ed 00 00 00 00 W P Baxter, judge C T Wellj, judge H O Horton. clerk 130 00 David Powers, sheriff 14 00 18 37 . 2 00 2 00 2 00 4 00 Willging, P Watts, J S Crutcher L account W 2 acct assigned to 2 75 3 00 W 30 4 22 37 40 T ELECTION. CHENAULT. .. . Hall,- - judge . LOCAL OITIO.V J J S White, judge 00 Nowland Jones, clerk . . . . 00 J V Gibson, sheriff. 60 WHITE HALIm. Wallace, C G team 2 days . . . Warner, G W road word 15 days White & Gibson account . . . Wagers. J W furniture in oillce Wagors, J W superintendent 2 00 2 00 2 00 4 00 . liiSI! 2 00 I'arke, Walter -.- 2 00 P.irke, Dave . 2 00 Pu lly, Bob .. 4 (X) Million, Mark Million, Ed . Million, Harry McCord, Dave McCord, Jake Neale, James Neale, Louis Oldham, Willis Payue, Alex Phelps, Will Phelps, HukIi Phelps, Rnfus Phelps, Tom Phelps, DM Phelps, Jas Phillips, Jerry Parke. Scott Parke. Will - ...... 20 40 1 40 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 80 1 00 1 25 1 00 1 20 I 00 1 00 80 80 80 80 80 1 20 1 20 80 1 20 80 90 30 1 20 00 McCloweu, Clint McKinny, Jefferson 70 Miller, James .Newby, 1 50 65 20 Jj . 80 ' 60 ' 80 ' 75 00 1 2 00 Phelps, Alex iPhelps.Tom 20 20 '.Phelps, GT 40 Reed, 1 1 1 1 Ml 1 00 1 1 1 1 1 Robort I'inktton, Horace 2i 60 H CO Fount 1 1 1 Newby, William Oldham, James Pinkston, Milo Pinkstou, Sanford Parks, T H Perk in 8, James Powell, JD Powell, Josiah I'erkins. Joe Roberbou,C C Roach, Edward Royce, S Q 2 80 Clem, G W 80 Combs. Charlie 1 40 Chenault, Bon 80 Cheuault, fc Brock, John Brumback, John Brumback, W H 20 Bush, S P 10 Covington, Oby 10 Cain, SB Clift, Milt m Combs, Victor I 1 10 10 70 SO 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jerry ' 1 1 20 20 20 80 20 20 20 20 20 Harris, James Hntton, Noah Hisle, Tom Hisle, Win Hume, I M Hopper, Rayburti Hackett. Tom Handy, Merrill Heiidnx, Chris . Hnndrix, Mat Hubbard, Ben Harris. James 20 Jleed, Anderson 20 Stone, Green Shephenrd, Charlie 60 Sprawl, Win 60 1 1 1 Hi 1,0 1 1 CO 1 1 Thompson, Charlie Todd, Dave 20 15 HI 1 1 f--' ) Tevis. Richard l! Teyis, Marion 120 Tevis, W L 1 15 Tevis, Ti'lden 1 60 Tate, Wilson 1 60 Turpin, Davo 1 20 VK 85 Tudor. 1 CO I 1 1 W OO : l I 1 m u) in 40 IK) ' Reed. AM Royce, Rice Smith, Tom Shanks, George 1 Shearer, John Shearer, Tom Simpson, Wm Stevens, Alba . Daniels, Gileon Denny, Will jj Denny, John Dunbar, Will f Dixon, Vph Dixon, Elsie Dixon, Lewis f0 Durham. Will 80 Ellison. Ed W 80 1 1 1 1 1 1 20 20 60 70 20 20 20 20 SO 1 20 1 Ollie Taylor, O F team 80 Tudor, S W 40 Taylor, George 85 20 Tudor, :; . ' 43 m , 1 Turner, Fioldiug Wilhuni, Walter Wilcox. Tom White, John Williams, Ben Wells, Dennis Winkler, Fount Wells, Wesley White, it Wilburii, Lee blacksuiithiug Warner, Curt Walden, E blacksuiithiug Yates, Win S 1 till M King, Henry ' King, Leslio Kidwell, T.J KM well. W N 1 1 Taylor, Tom 1 HO 1 1 1 1 1 55 60 (30 1 1 1 60 60 60 01) 1.1 1.1 Smith, Fuller Stevens, Hubbard lumber. etc 6 Elkin.Jas Smith, James Turner, Ben Tillett, Win Taylor, Schuyler ' Taylor, Jas 1 70 Gintor, G W 1 60 Goodloe, Jas 7 00 Griggs. Charlie 1 Evans. Dick Fades, Rodger Ginter, John . i 1 20 Lackey, M Lackey. Dick Lewis, John S . Prewitt, John 1 1 1 ... . Cii ... .... . 2 00 Richardson, Jus . 200 Boss, Sam . . . 0 Portwoon, Frank 2 00 Portwood, Will Taylor, Tom Taylor, Jas . .... .... 2.00 Taylor, Rnfus 2 00 Taylor, ES. 2 00 Thompson, Tom Jr 4 00 Thompson, Tom Sr . . . . . . Thompson. Andy'.'.'. . . . . 2 00 Turner, Charlie 2 00 furnor, Boy 2 00 Turner, Bob 4 00 Todd, Waller 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 4 00 00 00 00 raylor.Sam .... White, Henry 2 70 White, Rico 1 20 Young, WmSr 3 45 Young. AVm Jr I 20 60 CO 80 Tupgle, Henry 20 White, Johu 20 White, Robt 60 White, Walker 80 Taylor, Calvin Twine, Sam SO Thorpe, Thomas 40 Thomas, James 120 Griggs, Sam 80 Hisle, Wilt :. Grinstead, Everet ' 1 1 1 . . m'creary precinct. '0 Hall, Leslie 7J Hill, Will 10 Harris, James 10 Harris. Nath 80 Hisle. Sam SO Hisle; Will 80 fiigle, Tom , 20 Hugueley, George 20 Hiaie, Bill 70 Hisle, Moses Jackson, Jim . 80 1 20 3 00 80 1 50 1 20 80 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 Lackey, Luke LogMlon, M 1 1 Lykius, James Lock I in, Dan Locklih, Andy Logsdeii, W D Ledford, J B Moberly T J Mathcriy, George Miller, Mike Moores, E B Moores,J W ' 1 20 20 20 20 60 60 00 SO 1 (H) 1 1 1 4 1 J" I'lH 1 1 , v Moores, Win 1 1 1 1 1 1 McDonald, Frank Maupin, Pete 20 0 r.laupin Mitch 20 80 20 20 20 20 20 Ogg,Ed Oldham, Jarrettt . J r Oldham, Speed' Ogg, William Oldham, Chambers Oldham, Charles ' PJielps, Rubers i Portwood, Sia8 Prowl, G W Powell, Johiiip.. Parke, Hugh Kice, Bush Rice, Clark Rhodus, Dillard Rhodus, Mart' Rhodus, John Robersou, W M Rupard, C K Khodiis, James teaui, fu. Stiver ,WM W 85 1 20 1 60 1 20 1 20 1 40 1 20 1 20 1 60 t 50 1 60 2 20 1 20 1 1 Yntes, Wm m .'.u Taylor, S I overseer KINOSTON PICKCIN'CT. f :: 1 Alcorn, Jonah Alcorn, Bob AIcoiu. Irvine Azbill, Joe Alexauder, Joe Allei , Dan 211 i 2d 1 1 20 20 1 1 1 1 2 20 2 & ... .... ... Turpin, Sim Shearer, Mat Soper, ( hailje Sopor, Sam Walker, John 40 1 20 1 20 1 20 80 1 00 80 2 00 Brandenburg, Bruce, Zena 1 20 Turn 50 Bennett, Berry, A L 80 SO Ashcraft, Win Brumback, Charlie Brookshire, W W Brooks, Tom Brooks, Charleston Brooks, Lincoln Baber, Wm Baber, Martin 1 ' 40 Jacksou, Henry 1 60 Jackson, M W 80 Jett, George 80 Jones, Ollie 1 10 Kelly, II 2 00 Kalor. Sam SO 1 1 Allen, Jolm Barker, Pius Ballard, John Brutherton, Bob 20 Bruthertoii, Tom 20 1 1 1 1 20 20 20 J I ' 1 1 to 20 SO SO I L Baxter, J A 'rk .... .... 00 00 White, Boy 00 White, Dan' 00 Wright, Moruan White, Jas Whito, Cain While, Bob 80 80 60 80 CO Willis, Andy .... .... WMdn, Joe . . . 00 Ueaihurage, G. W Ovtrt-ee. 00 00 WHITE llALffPRECIXCT. 00 Amster, Edward Asher, Win .... 60 1 00 Clav, 65 Clay. 63 40 1 1 Burton, T Bowmnn, Kit Baldwin, S F Cobb, Robert Ciay, Willie Clay, Dave Clay, Robert 1 30 20 80 70 80 80 Moore, Tom 80 iMacentosh, Robort 20 Roland, Green -- Kcllv. Jim Kelly, llonry Lewis, HP Martin, Ben Martin, Tom .Martin, Will S 20 80 1 20 80 80 1 20 1 Broaddus, James Black, Alex 1 Black, S.1111 1 Black. Will 1 1.20 Beatty, Horace 1 60 Berry, Eli SO Ballew. Cash 1 20 Bales, W.hite 20 1 20 I 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 0 20 1 20 20 20 20 20 Blovi, John 20 20 1 1 1 20 20 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 Bowler, Klij.ih Bogie, Ilavo 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 20 20 20 1 20 , 3,45 Noland, John i:S0 Noland, Jim Powell, A .120 Pearson, Dud 1 20 Parker, Tom 4 1 95 - ,1 20 1 20 Pitcher, WM " ... ' 120 l'20 Spurliti, i 1 .20 Jr 1 15 1 Bales. Willie Baxter, Alex Burns, Mildred Bowler, Dick Burns, Lynn . Barclay, William 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 40 - James Billie 120 singer, unaries 1 1 20 Siiowdoii, Charles ... ...... ... ... ... . 2 00 Barnes, Elijali Barnes-- , .Tames t-0- 0 2 00 Barnes, Ben Oliues, Dick Cheuault, Price 20 Chenault, Win 40 Carson, EE ' ; 120 Parker, Robert .120 Roborsou, Reuben . 1 10 1 1 40 400 Burgin, Uurgin, Burgiu, 2 00 Burgin, 2 00 Burgiu, Gordan overseer Madieon R 80 40 Denny, Tobe 60 50 Denny, James 1 1 Davis, Ed Dunbar, J 1 Sewell, Levi " 70 Sewell, Jack 20 Shearer, Sam 60 Thorpe, T P 60 SO Turpin, Johu Tribble, 90 20 1 20 70 1 20 80 l t : TJ . E C Frank 2 00 Biggerstaff, Overton 4 00 Biggerstaff, Eugene' Blyth.e, Wm WA 40 Eades, Woody 80 Eades, James 10 Eades, John L 7 .1 " ; . ' 7 00 - Eldridge, Clint Eldrldgo, Dock Euibree. Will Ford. Robert Ford, Mark Ford, Henry Freenian, AT Green, Jacob Green, Leslie Green, Steve Green, A II Green. Gentry Green, Everett" Gentry, Green Gentry, Marti Green, Tyr ; ;" - 30 Tribble, Charlie 80 Tribble, W M j.1'20 Thacker, W M l.CO Tribble, Jake 1. '80 1 20 1 20 1 Stivers, Jason Sou ell. Luke Stevens, William Searcy, C L nails Simpson, Silas Smith, iku Tevis. B Todd. Dahney 1 1 1 1 1 20 20 80 60 60 20 60 65 40 20 "20 Barrett, John Barrett, Henry Barrett, Joseph Bishop, Henry Barrett, Sieve Collins, James K CaYanaugh, Arch Collins, TopT Cochran, John team Gavauangh, Mack Collins, Rick Co)iius, Brutus Collins, John Cheuault, Roy Cheuault, Wade Cochran, John Collins, Dart Collins, William Crooke. Cash Crawlord, George Cum lord, Robert Cuinpbell, Jasper 1 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 days 241 00 20 20 20 1 1 1 20 1 fribble, GW &c 20 20 80 20 20 85 20 20 20 20 20 20 60 80 20 80 00 20 Todd Bros, nails, Taylor, G,Wv; , 2,15 I .40 .... .... .... ...... . . .- 2 00 Benge, James "y' 2 00 Bolin, James 2 00 Brumfield, Buford 4 00 Bush, John -- N Bush,Tobe jjgjj Bennett, Peter " ;' . '. . , , - Lr, . . . 2 00 Bruiuiton, Wm 2 00 Brontifon, Lafayette 4 00 50 50 70 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 i , - ,1 1 1 -" Thacker, Anderson " 40 Turpin, Alex 70 Tracy, Pendleton 20 Wileoa.Beti Webb, Jack 20 Walden, Kelly. 20 20 70 " 20 iuriier.. Jol 1 20 Todd, Mart 1 20 ji 1 80 1 1 20 f " " , y WebberfQeorge AVitao, Jttat " 20 ThpVffciiWill-Kw- ' 20 Wiiit'et . 1 20 Whito, Jwfett '' 80 Whiktetv John-Well- s, 20 Horace 1 l Tailor Hiram 1 120 1 20 1 ohT ' 1 1 20 "l l .1 1 "',1 ; 1 20 1 21) 80 Wwm1j W WMumbs.A W " . 1 1 80 40 Wood, Chrlie Will-oughbv- , 120 Wafers. ,80 "80 70 1 20 CKf t 1 40 , Weils. Mike f' ' IM-ke- Lu, .- fM, .... .... Brock, James Beiitiy, George 40 Willongh'by, Kveryt 120 Willouxhby, John I CO 1 38 1 30 j a., 1 1 -- Wiilk,Ji" Wbt, JoIik W-,- W J 1 1 CainpbelI,Jerry Crispin is, Joo Crawford, WT Combs, J H Combs, Jim Davis, Cliff, yrt 1 20 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 1 jo Wodlry,- - .1 ; 2 00 2 GO (2 00 Breenr, Joe Willouxtiby-.Tal- t Chenult, Sam ChftMialt, John V. , L20 1 10 80 1 - 1 GO i 00 CUMlt, PU c HU, As4ir Huguly, Ji Hugtttlr,'- ,,, m lott WiOtUiijAiJ. Woetey'H K West, J C! f 30 " w Wilfo,rI.i so Whit,. H)'wnrd to i 1 1 GO 4. Dunsou, Harrison Doaier, Walker.. DJhob, ' He-.ww- 1 20 1 20 20 20 20 ,. kth,i;aoe. 1 20 1 1 1 1 20 U&twwi., J C ov 1 1'Mu 129 15 j ElHaea, Kwifrv, SNincc tssiiKS?W j- a m mm rmm vm m m 7 w mLn I II : I whpm vyuuh ubbbb diiau vnn m ttt Awt vr . - wmu iuuu ftriiir"if y iiinn7ii ii iniiiy i y ; iiiiiiiif l v muiiL I a ft uii i ii all : 1 45.' ii TJ f COME AND SEE US! THE WAY THROUGH. Our stock is complete in every particular, oun prices iught We CAN PLEASE YOU. SEE A FEW OF OUR PRICES BELOW ! 3 press f. Ti1 i g fi" PRICES Ladies nil leather Oxfords, Uongola Kid or Calf, common sense, size .1 to 8 EE, price.... ....$1 lAlles all solid leather Oxfords, common sense. Coin too or patent tin. size 2J to 8 K .. V Ladies extra nice lightweight Kid Oxfords. Black or Tan. common sense or Coin toe, kid or I LadiesI i,. ilV 2 button low shoes, "All Tile Go," patent tip. vesting ton size.2J to 8 TC, nri Vici Kill. . nwa iikci, cm mj, uiu ioe 8iz'( to price Ladles Vici Kid in heel or sprins heel, lnce or button, kid or patent ri, 2' to 8. 1) 01 E tip, ..( Mull ln urn. 'Ian Box Calf In lace or button? all style toes, size (i to 11. O. I) mid E mi' ...n.i 3 Men s nw Ian Box Palf, liBht or dark slmdo, aj stylo toe?, rize G to II. H, Caud I) JHnpk Men's Tan. Vici, In all styles, lace or R to I), E and EE 3 Men's Black orTiin. Vici or Calf, nilctyles. size 0 to IK Emul El -1 ' 00 worth 25 worth SI 25 1 l 75- -2 V r pa 50 1 1 worth 75 wcrih .")) worth 00 wortii 50 worth (X) wortii 00 wortii Sn 50 woitli 00 2 00 2 tH) 3 "jo 4 00 3 50 2 50 $1 f g t X . "i"'.'':- ' HBusyBee h Successors to "WALLACE & RICE. 1 The Richmond Climax. : e.get... got... Oft.- o.;:; - :... .as 08 OS OS WEDNESDAY. JUNE 21, Dr. Hobson, Dentist. 1895). C. dti.. 6 U eow. fouuto fall a .09 .as as s. 8 S $350. CUBAN RCLIEF ceres rolI'' Tiie case of Ben Allen, charged with K SMCllvFv in five Ke,,ra,:aD'l Tootlmche minutr. the illegal sale of whisky at Clay's and Summer Cuinplaluu. I'rli-o- , SVinrStnmacb 25 tnt? Ferry was called before Judge Turpin Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. O. last week and Allen compromised by White. paying the court $350. Tolerant and forhenrnrit will linnvurv true gentleman Masonic Barbecue at Kirksville. Q!-5MA- Ben Allen Fined Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimere Knee All-wo- ol is wild with excitement :ib tho for which TIIE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is elosino; out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers- in tho GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, "Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. RldlMON D 1. i. - 5 it I, 0t. at.. f... sgak? 'OS OS OS OR 33? a?p0 as 00 On the first counter of our store you will find a selection of Clothing, of which you can take your, choice at just OneHa.lf Price. 9tt.. O We find after the season's business, many lots which are broken, and in order to clean them up we have placed them all on the BARGAIN COUNTER at ) Co. o.. i fmM Ii .1 1 1 IRKp By B d Iligv'ins & Luxon have .1 of "John Ji. Ohenault. Our Next Au 08 buggies and carriages. Don't fail to ditor," is the brand of a new t OS see inay3l-lin town. them when cigar just put on the market by .Mr. OS 0 got.. OS A lionllHfnl flntkor7ntr ninnn itmrlx tfren A. antler, tho Kichtnonu cigar os 09... 0) oe of mahogany, can be purchased from manufacturer. Bv those who are capable of judging, thete cigais are proOS 0o. jneli-t- f C OS G. f. Evans. Jr., for JGO. nounced A 1. It is a comnlinieut to os Barnev Kelly, the Second street our fellow townsman of which all os OA. friends should tjiow 09 shoe dealer, fell from his stable loft last their appreciation by railing for the it Friday and strained his back. BC. 'John B. Chenanlt Cigar." OS .".;; Mr. 15. II. Conner, of Cynthiana. Notice. was chosen to represent C. U. at the Chautauqua Oratorical Contest. At a meotiue of t ho members of Drowning Creek church on May 20. It aoc90oooesseo9casssseesooco6oeasssssaeese 1 StoufTer has taken more measures was voted that all visit for suits to order this spring than all of other denominations ins nreaehei are to lie al the rest combined. New store, Main St. lowed to sing, pray and preach in tf Drowning Creek Baptist church when relief and comfort in Asthma "Tin wortii a lsr of gold." Tins apn'a llonev of Tar has no equal plies witfi special fon-- to Hood's Gov, Ed. Brown is distributing not occupied by tho Baptists. Ifanv 1' J't aad 50 cente. at Perry and America's Greatest Medicine. cards announcing his candidacy for denomination attemps to take other june7-li- u l1' .is. Councilman from the Court House pre- priviliges than above stated the door of said church will not be opened to say cinct. "Be silent." said I'ythaRoras, "or He wifIi never had a good dinner any more. Miss Uutli Taylor and Mr. Tom mat denomination something better than silence." l" ..rt a pood snit of clothes Jacob Carmaek, moderator; D. F. Dowdon, of Newark, Ohio, were married Sharp, cor. clerk. at Covington last week. They will live in Ohio. The Cumax starts this week to a Do not gripe nor Irritate the alimenlurmer resident of this oil v. tary canal. They act gently yet Mr. Archibald Woods Kavanaugh, Vinpromptly, cleanse effectually mid ton, Kansas. W. It. Letchor won the trap shoot last Friday. (Dr. Ilobeon was out of Sold by all druggists. 23 cents. town) Mr. Covingtoh broke six straight doubles ! CSoott. Energy has been worth far more to Itev. John G. Fci was in town Sat- thia world than has genius. urday, hut is Buffering a dislocaOne Good Dose ted shoulder due to a fall on his porch of Dr. Bell's at ilerca some time ago. on retir ing, stops a cough, relieves cronn. or The Ladies Fair cleared between cures a cold, and insures quiet rest and $250 and S30i). In giving credit for good rei resiling sleep, it is Harm I ess work we should have mentioned tiie love it. All mothers who have valuable service rendered by Mrs. L. J. used it recommend it. Try a 25c bottle Krazt-e-. from your druggist. John Cabell, youngest son of Mr. Severest, adversity is olten the surest and Mrs. John C. Chcnnult, has recovpathway to real happiness. ered from the accident whereby his sight was nearly destroyed by lime getAn Important Addition ting in his etcs. to tho list of the world' most valuable Vnn ran irot. fur n fv ivnpkft nnlv. medicines is Dr. Hell's the Climax and daily Louisville Dis- - Harmless 111 its rial re, yet almost in oU. fallible in its action, it is undouhteulv patcli lor ?4 fU, Minitav etlitiun fake advantage of this low rate before the most elllcarioiis means known to lav ot curing cough voldf.aiid kindred the proposition is withdrawn. ill.eases Good druggists sell It at 25c The weather from Thursday until on a guarantee. Monday was ideal. Tile lempeature That aloun which ran make an ahid- whs cool, ilio weather clear, ii.id the e a home, is love. chances fur Democratic success this year as bright as a May morning. A sallow. inundired skin is asvinp- Messrs W. T. Tevis, T. J. Curtis. tom of ilisoi dejed liver as It springs John JJallard, 1J. C. I'otta, Saiu D.jm-ueli- from biliary puis ns retained 111 the energy cheeiful-nes- s, J. O. Brooks hiu! Hubert Jen- blood, which nings served as jnrors in the U. S. strength, vigor, happiness and Court at Ftankfoit for nast two weeks. life. Herbine will restore the natural functions of the liver. Pi ice 50 cents. We are closing qnt all our goods in at Perry & Thomas je7-lorder to remodel our house. Clothing, Good example is the most convinc hats, shirts and underwear at your own ing eloqnence in tho world. price at Sioitfl'erV new Main-stree- t More, next door to Farmer's National I was seriously aflliuted with a cough Bank. tf for several years, and Iat fall had a Capt. John Pates and Col. Robert more severe cough than ever before. Harris conducted one of the largest ex- I have ued many remedied without re- cursions ever run to Estill laat Thurs- reiving much relief, and being lecom- day. About four hundred passengers mended to try a home on iixmneriain t from all over tile Blue Uiais speut the Cough Kemedy, by a Irien'1, who. day at Irvine. knowing inn to be a poor widow, gave it to me, I tried it and with the most 300 sample summer coats and results. The first bottle revests just opened, in all tho latest and gratifying very much and tiie Fecond lieved me best styles, at less than manufacturers, bottle had absolutely cured me. 1 have One-Four- th cost to be closed out StonlTer's new not had as good health for twenty clothing house. Main street, opposite years. Itespectfully, Mrs. Marv A tf Madison National Bank. Avill Beard, C'lareinuio, Ark. Sold by Perry jtme7-lu- i Tho capital of the Blue Grass is in & Thomas. line tins year witli the biggest thing Culture of the ever attempted in the couth, known as ills of the heart. mind alone cannot cure the .Lexington Horse aliow, rnir auu Most All Druggist Carnival. Its fcuoue is wale, UklM ill premiums for all live stuck, fowls, wo sell you what you ask for. Some man s art aim handiwork, racing, witti ask you to take something liberal purses, ami stt Iking amusement they claim is 'just us good." A which features Date, August 8 to 12. Cata more profit induces them to do little this. logue with full prospectus and premium Dr. Bell's list, mailed up"ii application to E. W. cough, cold, and grip euro. is the best you Shaiikliii, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. try once you will like It tooAfterto acwell it uoi ouo 11 you are miercsitu. cept any suhstitntc. car-loafive-cen- 0t.. price. For instance: A S5.00 SUIT FOR S2.50. A S10 SDiT FOR S5.00. A SI2.50 SUIT FOR S6.25. Don't let this opportunity pass. one-hal- f OS OS OS os os 00 OS A grand Masonic picnic, in honor of St. John's Day. will take place at Have you been in Stouuer's new Kirksville on June 24. and invitations store, on Hiaiti street? t( are freely extended to yourself, your cousins, your uncles and your sweet StonfTor'lins moved to Main street, hearts, mere will he a Oig (tinner next to John Q Taylor's. tf and good speeches. One j;ood life is often an inspiration Alex. Pence's Fate Sealed. to many other lives still bettor. The Court of Appeals has alflrtned The hist way one can elevate himself the iudgmcntof the Madison Circuii is to help some one else to rise. Court, winch sentenced Alex Pence, to ten years in the penitentiary for killFull tine of road watrona and bun ing James Smith, ayearngo, near Ford. gles at Hioqixs & Luxon's. iny3t 5t rence will now nave to wear the conFinest line of neckwear in the citv vict's garb and nass the remainder of perhaps, in at Stoufier's new store, Main Mreet. if his days,years 01 ago. State prison, as he. in sixty Call oh Hicgins A Ltixon court day The Prandennial Club Cigar. for speeial prices in vehicles my31-o- l Our home manufacturer of fine chrart.. Mrs. Lee Mnupin bought the The. Mr. Fred. A. Miller, hits named a new Hacker home, on the Summit, for brand of cigars tho "Pmndeuiiial CInb." $1,500. in honor of the junior gentleman's literary club, this city, of which Gov StoufTer took moro than 100 measis tho new iTeslueiit, and ures in one wek for suits and pants. .Mirear)' Woods, Secretary. The cigar Mr. !. E New store. Main street. tf is a "ptifecto" ten center, wit Ii special StoufTer sells more clothing for box handsomely ornamented. Memliers the money than any other clothier. of the Club will use no other. Try it- New store, Main street. tf Cigar Hamcd Alter Tho Next Auditor. Berea Commencement to-da- v. If the predisposition to worms in chilis not cured thev may become emaciated, weakly and in danger of 'onviilsioiis. White's Cream Vermifuge is the most successful and popular remedy. Price 25 cents, nt Perry fc june7-iin- . Thomas. dren Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children. lOe. per pair. '4 - '1 ,' 1?) Boy's S3 00 and Black cotton stockings should novtr be ironed. 'Hie Jlnileru Iteauty Thrives on good food Hndsutishine,wilh Children's Strictly Knee Pants, double knoo and double seat, all colors, worth 7oc. per pair are yours 111 this sale for o'Jc. Boy's $1.25 and $J.fii Knee Pant Suits in double breasted nnd Keefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 11, the price in this clearance sale only 80c. ; $2.50 Knee Pant Suits go at Our :I50. $4 50 anil $5.00 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at $2.00, all stvles, "Cream of the Stock." $1.-10- Big Bov's Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth $:00 and $1.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at S1.0S plenty of exercises in the open air Her form irrows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her svstem needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant Syrup of Figs, made by the California Fig Symp Co. only. It is better to be a good plumber than a poor preacher. with specks and spots floating before your eyes, or you have pains on the right 6idc under the ribs, then your liver is deranged, and you need a few doses of ilerhino to regulate at Price 50 cents, at Perry & jnue7-n- i Thomas. Tomato juice removes ink stains from the hands. "To Throw Good Money Alter Bad will but increase my pain." If yon have thrown away money for medicines tlint Dig Boy's and $10 Ixmg Pant Suits, chohsest of fancy mid plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unfinished worsteds, etc. Take your pick nnd tit in this sale nt fl.OS. assortment $7. $8. $0 TBItS UHMATGHADLB MWll IM CHANCES ill 1M SAVERS FOR Mffi Jfyour sight is blurred IPS' Men's 1 ( Soot I Cassimere'suits well made, jn brown, blue s'eiUch mixtures, all sizes, worth $5. $0 and ?7 will be closed in this clearance sale at $2 OS. - .,, l Suits, choie styles and qualities in Men's Fine single and double breasted, sack and frock styles of line imported worsteds scotches and clays, every suit iii lb A lot worth and sold everywhere from $! to $12. tat'e vour choice and pick 111 this sale at All-woo- Such Rare Bargains as These, in Shoes. Ladies' Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes north Sl.'Ji go in this sale at 75c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes in lace and conffres worth Jl.Su wilt be dished out to vou at site per pair; Men's $1.7.1 and Si shoes will be $1.00; Men's dark Tan, Wack Vici and real llussia leather ti and H shoes, they ro in this sale at f 1.19. Such Sacrifices All-wo- as These in Dry Goods. os S1.0S. J. ing reserved. , wide Series, Henlretta, cheviot effect.., novelties, fancy weaves in black all double width Roods woith 3fe and Stic per yard, will be slauuhte.etl in this sale at ISc per yd. Noth25c and 2c per yard are now 12Sc in this sale; Wash Roods of all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 25c per pair are 10c in thTs sale. &. Covington & Mitchell. ..09 did not and could not cure, why should yo.u not now begin taking Hood's the medirino that never disappoints? Thousands vof people who were in your condition and took Hood's Sarsnparilla say it was tho best investment they ever made, for it brought them health. Hood's Pills cure sick Men's F.xtra (Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish liiessers to a '"T." You can mako your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashiongarments worth from $14 to $10, able tailor-mad- e sale at $8.48. thev go s Organdies that were 11 One lot of Slippers for ladies in sizes formerly sold at 11.25, H.5U and 59c per pair. and guinea's that warn i,3. 4.be closed in this sale at will $2 and Soe per Fine Jacipiads. Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double widtli Fine Dress Goods. yaid will he slaughtered in this sale at 40c per vanl Nothing leseived. lleady-mailKiudy-made Former price 75u iff 'e90ooooooooooooooooo222f2g2Q22 headache, The surest wav to lose one's liberty is to run into debt. Nervous Dyspepsia e White Underwear. Indies' Special Clearance Sale taving on Ladies' Dress Skirts, and Lire Cuitaies. ThfFC gods have felt the keen edge oi our cold steel and stand oiit to you as the greatest , bargains we aro nllering in this sale, ak to see them. Car-pe- ts Catarrh of the stomach, chronic and arid dvspepM.i are all cured by that wonderful dyspepsia remedy 00 a Dox at all druggists. Not- an artirle in I lie entire big store left untouched, this sale must lie far reaching, a clean sweeping and a great space cleaning sale for us We must have room for our fall stock and the only way we see to get it is 'to actually givo t goods wo have to our customers and let them profit by away and throw nut several thousand dollars worth of our loss. Don't fail to attend this sale. tho-bes- Digestos. world A Great Big Lot of Men's Toe Linen" l'ants and Men's Camlet, will tie closed al 30e per pair. Blue Camlet Jeans Pants -- the lies'." N'ew York Mills Is The reform most needed in this CAH CLEABANCFi Bring along your CASH when you come for theae bargains and save timeand a refn:il of credit, for this is a S.VLH to irake room and get rath to buy fall goods with. Verv Respect fully. well-know- n at l'erry Ballard's Snow Liniment is not needed. It quickly cures cuts, wounds", bruises, burns and scalds. Price 25 and 50 cts., june-lThomas. Good character can never" be possess- Hardlv a day passes, in families nhero there are children, in which & W. m 0. OLDHAM COMPANY. ed by a lazv man. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN PlflttfOJ'C CUBAN OIL cures 1 ItWiviO Cut.- -, Burn?, BniiPOK,Bheti-matis- and Sores. Trice, v, 1 5, j itn-bi- es sincerity, Sold bv Perry & Thomas, successors to V. Q. White. True politeness is impossible without It Can Net be Proven 25 cents. mm J. T. BEASLEY. Pine-Ta- r Honey is the. best cough and lung remedy on earth unless oil try it. If yon do this and don't agree with ns, you get your 25c hack qulcu, right where you buy it. that Dr. Bell's J. ERNEST STIVERS. : h 11 ! ing-plac- Of all tho "isms" none is worse than egotism. j Mr. P. Ketchman, of Pike Citv. Cal., savs: Dining my brother's laie sick- oess iroui sciaiio 1 iieuiiiaiistn, Pain Palm was ttie only remedy that gave him anv relief " Manv others hve testified" to the prompt from pain which this liniment For sale by l'erry it Thomas, june7-lu- i. druggist. ii.'iin-berlaiure-'e- af m mm Mnl mimi OF UEXI1NGTOIV, KY. lio, til! They Come! Still They M $ 10 0,000 PAID IN LIVING BENEFITS $ 05,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. -- e, det-iro- m not, solitude is. Bud management keeps more people in Mir circumstances than any other one cause In he successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a tavoranlo opportunity presents itsell h is ready to take advantage of it. A little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a tiotlle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, the shiftless fellow will wait until ne cessity compels it and then ruin his best horse going for a doctor anil nave a bn: doctor hill to pay. bstites: one pays ml 25 rents, the other is out a hundred dollars and then wonders wliv his neigh bor is getting richer while he is getting poorer. tor sale by J'eriy and june7-lTie m is, druggist. in Where Fympatliv A lm ct .Life Wo pay the same profits to the living thai Insurance panies pay to lite estates of deceased. largest profits consistent witli safety nnd conseivati-onEvery precaution for ilie protection iii the investor. particulars apply to . . k, Com- i New customers are coming daily to take ad van vantage of our 'bargains and the groceries we are putting out at low prices are going rapidly. You want to be in the push and have money on till you bm Don't ,pay ov.dr prices on groceries, when you can,get themtat the low prices Ave have placed on them. -- ii For 171b. Best firanhlated Sugar $1 00 ij,r., t.,.r lb Arbni'kle I'olNe, tvr package... llcT.--i're Jear ltsciiii, uood value, p .v.W.V, Lion, levering and hulk . IOcAII kiuil- - of Meals j'tst ns ehesiji. colfee, per package Collee, solilething extra - 12 fStar Sciubl.iug Soap, two for; 1 Lf Is: r Ili..:c 7. S7VvITH BOW7VmN, A KY. lot of SECRETARY,. LEXINGTON. MUS. A. T. MILLION, Local Ageat, Richmond, Ky. Maukicd D.o'wcf-- , Flour, it will pay yo,u.. N'ourown price. EviJUY-thin- g Don't forget us on J. ?cI01?H 107. T. BEASLEV a'CO, Next door Uichmotld National Bank. Oft' Clearing Sale last. 1 few-wi- Pine-Tar-Hon- the forelock if you want the oeneiit 01 mo unu-x'ourm Road Race. ilOFFii On all The Danville Cycle Club will give a handicap road race Juue22uu The run w ill be over tho Htistonville, Lincoln, Boyle and Stanford pikes. There will ie four prizes aggregating 111 value fcutry ulanKs on applies tioti to the Club. gage f Heavy Goods such as Un- Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, derwear, Hats, &c. 0 II. J, oininb, Tfee 1 CTBCUP Tk Funriskf. The Clothier, Scr, The Mkv, and pain caused bv piles, there is a tendency to fistula and to cancer in the rectal regions. Piles should not oe al lowed to run on unchecked. Tabler's Huckcve Pile Ointment is an infalllb e Open Air Concert. remedv. Price 50eta n bottle, tulies 75 jei lm The first of tiie Snmmcr series ol cents, at ferry & Thomas. open-ai- r concerts by the band, occured TIo direst poverty in thin world is last evening, in honor of tiie visiting poverty ot goodness. wheelmen, l'rot. Jlilcliell is a line 111 Siren liiriiieiit. dividual performer, and the auu is rapidly getting back into thoir old My Dear Sir," exclaimed Lawyer form where they were the best trained Bartholomew Livingston, meeting tho body in this Buctton. Iter. ArchHiald WtuUham on the vil lage street, "whatdiws this mean? I Unusual Medina. thought you were laid up with all sorts An unusual meeting occurred in the 01 ban diseases! United State3 Court on Thursday last "And so I wus,"replied thercverened Blackgentleman, ''I had an attack of indigesat Frandfort when McCreary ami burn, tion and from that lime on my whole Breckinridge all appeared svstem has been in ti disordered con at the same time in the U. S. Court dition until I began taking Hood's presided over by Judge Evans. They S.trsparilia winch has put me on iny were there to attend to different ciis-j'- i feet and cured all my stomach troii but each of their cure came up on the hies." name day. These gentlemen. IncludTdon't doubt It," said tiie lawyer, ing Judge Evans, were all tneinbeniof 'This Mine medicine cured my wife ol Congress at the same time and this ii rheumatism anil mv tittle girl of scrof tho lin--t tinio they all met since lhey ula. When they say It's thebest medi servo 1 togotherat tho National Capitol. cine mony ran buy, they only tell the Ti tlireu find named were graduates tn(b " in the fainoug '50 cIhw itt CeUtr , "Yes. yea, so, they do," replied tia luu aMXitrt mm ti two fmhhiu eu. -- A battle in which all living must enthe battle of life. Aside from the serious inconvenience and motherhood ends, it ts estimated that the aggregate term of woman s BUlfering is ten years. Ten year cut of thirty! Una third ol tlio De. part of a woman's life sacrificed! Think of the enormous loss of time! But tune is not all that is lint. Those years of suffering steal the bloom from the cheeks, the hrlghtnes from the eyes the. fairness iroin Urn loriu. Thev wine and wrin their record in many a kle what a boon then to woman, is Dr Pierce's Favort'e Prescription. It promotes perfect tegiilaiity, dries up debilitating drains, heals ulceration cures female weaKness, and establishes the delicate womanly organs in vigor ous and permaiieut health. No other medicine ran do for woman what is done by Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tioti. Tho best answer one can make to calumny is the doing of the right .1,, r . f I T t v sia, Conftipatioii and Indl gestioo. Kegulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. T A tivate is that ot elevated thoughts. Potween theages of fifteen and fortv five, the time when womanhood begins The best companionship ouo can cul "They Fit The Feet as Nature Intended." . . Jfclinrob ifiillxK 1 i- - H ' i- -Finelvmadriof'soft'-VELVETTA'Miidon : hvs-ienii- : - . strio'tlv and anatomical principles lhey are the most comfortable and moht .j)ci foi-t' fitting Oxfords 3'et devised for woman's wear. t -- r .E2TL1KE THE FAMOUS Sold by Perry G. White. & Thomas,, successors to W The best club any young man can join ts the "happy. home cluo Tetter, and Uczcma. The intense itchinpr and smarting inci dent to those diseases ia iustautlyallayeo by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad jase? "have been permanently enred by it. H Is equally efficient for it:hing piles and favorite remedy for soro nipples: chapped nanus, chilblains, froft bites olironic eoro eyes. 25 eta. per box, Salt-Rheum Oxfords $3.0. TflEY FIT TIIE FEET wmm , m; R" SHOES, AS NATURE INTENDED. "Jenness Miller"'ss All woaieL can wear 'Jenuess Miller" Oxfords with the iissxirauce of cnjoyingabsolutefuotconiforC ,', Only,,tp be, liud of us in this city. , ad wr. tally's lmwhiob rwem. are just what a horse needs when is bail coaditiofi. Tonic, blood purifier arid They we 0t food Wt venaifnge. uetHein-- ami. Hm beat ia m to imi a DOUGLAS, B RIGHT 207 WEST MAIN'STEET,,RIC!lMOND,,ivY. V lit V: t V SA fV J 4 V Ml Km ' w. Si rh - Court of Claims List. ICONTINUED FROM SUPPLLEMEOT.1 20 Hunloy, Will Hunley, Owen Hunley, W M Hurst, John Hollen, JamcB 1 20 Garrett, A B 1 20 Harrison, J M 1 20 Harrison, George 1 20 Hankono. J F 1 30 Hart, A O 1 CO 1 20 1 1 CO Fritz, David 1 GO Flanory, C B 4 00 Flanery, W O 1 GO 10 Ewing, Mat English, Henry Ellison, Dave Edwards, George Ellison, Tom Ellison, James Hundley, Speed 20 Hunter, Wili?uret SO Holies, Tom 20 Jones, George 20 Johnson, Andy 20 Johnson, Gid 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 70 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 10 80 20 20 20 20 20 20 10 CO 20 1 20 1 20 2 00 SO 1 1 GO Edster, E II Foley, Thomas Fry, Speed Ford, Will Francis, Jim Francis, Bon Jones, FI Kelly, Man Harris, Robert Jackson, Charles Jackson, James Jackson, J ule Kimbrel, Richard Laws, John Laws, Caleb . 1 CO Grant, Walter Hackley, James Hume, Henry team etc Isaacs, Siloa Long, James H Long, J M Long, Manrrice Moore, J W Malcar, Tunsel Moberley, Perry Prewitt, Mort Moberley. Phil Moberley, Allen May, Louis 80 May, Walter 1 20 .May, Melvin 3 20 Moberley, TW 1 20 1 20 1 20 70 Davis, Smith ' - ... 60 t ;70 Fatliergill, John ' JBQ 60 60 t40 Fathergill, WashFoster, Allen ' Foster, Joe' Foster, Jim Foster, Foster, Foster, Foster, Foster, Foster, Joclin George Jr r ' ' 1 20 1 20 King, Jeff 1 20 Long, Nath 1 GO 80 Nailor.John 80 Prewitt, Wm 1 20 Prewitt, Thomas 40 Roberts, Eraet ':.- - ' 70 . ,70 Jim Jack Wm George Charlio " 2 45 1 60 McHone, Bill Fender, Farley, Henry Fortune, John Golden, Egbert Golden, James Kolly Kindred, Louis Kindred, M B Kelly, Tom Keaton, James Kcaton, Elijah sr Keaton. John jr Keaton, James jr Keaton, John sr McHono, Johnoverscor r V V Golden, Kolly Gilbert, James Gilbert, Speed Gibbs, James Golden, Robert Golden, Willie Gabbard, Reuben Gabbard, Dave Gabbard, James Gilbert, Jack Gibbs, Jarman Goodrich, George Goodrich, John Henderson, Malcolm Hendren, Charles Hockor, Alex Hocker, Anso Hudson, Bob House, Steve Herndon, Jake Herndon, Jake team Kindred, Garland jr Kelly, John Kidwell, Mason Keaton, Elijah jr Lakes, Curt Lakes, Robert Lamb, Lincoln Lewis, Whit Lakes, Sant Lakes, Tim Lain, Mack ' 40 85 50 50 60 1 50 80 1 20 1 1 1 1 1 SO rurkey, Sam Purkey, J M Purkey, J H Purkey, Rogers, Rogers, Rhodns, C 4 2 H Dan Charlio 2 1 John Runnels, W M Settle, John Swinford, Terrill, 1 20 1 50 Lain, Willio Lewis, W C 30 20 20 80 20 00 80 40 1 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 SO JB Terrill.JB JF Thacker, J M 2 2 3 1 - Thacker, John Vanwinklo, W M Vanwinkle, J D Vanwinklo, J A 40 80 00 00 50 00 40 00 40 40 60 40 40 80 20 40 00 40 00 SO 1 Prewitt, J W Prewitt, J H Ross, R M team etc Ross, Clay Ross, W C Ross, G W Rosb, j 1 1 1 4 1 80 20 20 20 20 40 30 20 20 SO ' John Vaughn, JR 2 1 Vaughn, Dock BEREA Lewis, Joe toam, Ac Lakes, Andv precinct. Ross, George col Ross, John Ross, Mace Ross, Tom Ross. W O Ross, Sam CO Roes, R M SO Smith, James 00 Singer, Georgo 20 Smyre, P M Turner, Wm . 80 2 00 1 20 120 1 20 1 20 1 20 Roberts, WG Roberts, Silas ' Reynolds, William Reynolds, H Sebastian, M J Smith, Luther Smith, William Sanders, Clayton Sams, Chris Sanders, Honderson Short, Dave Short, Luther Sallee, William Sallee. Joseph Short, Clell Tudor, Elvader . Tudor, James Tudor, W J Warren, Simpson Wiley, GT Warner, James Warner, T G Warner, J W 70 70 70 75 20 1 20 1 20 40 40 80 40 80 80 80 1 20 1 20 1 - CLOTHING - - Goins, CM Goins, Robt Goins, Clarenco Holman, Sid Holman, Luther Harvey, Phil '"70 Harvey, W J 1 00 Harvey, Green 75 20 70 70 1 00 1 20 1 Fain.WT 110 2 CO 6 5. "ft. Stowr 4 40 1 60 SO SO SO Having removed from First Street to large house on Main Street, next to J'.. G.' Taylor Sons, we are better prepared than ever to show the newest and finest line of 1 20 1 00 SO 70 CO Harvey, Jim Harvey, Norris , " 60 Hardin, V W 70 Hill, Newt 70 Hill, Leslie - 120 Teater, HR 40 Teater, Robert SO ..: ' SS0 Hill, James - 2 17 Hill, Thomas v-Hill, George 75 ' ' - 70 Howard, NB E-- 80 2 80 40 1 20 4 40 80 1 20 2 80 Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods Ever opened in Richmond. "We have a few goods left we brought from our First Store that we will sell at YOUR OWN price as long as they last. Our new goods. are of the "120 Howard. .140 1 LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES, And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit. Don't buy until you have sepn our goods. We guarantee to sell you more goods and better quality for the money than ever you got before. Our Lain.Wv" Johnson, John Jackson, Jim Jackson, Dan Jackson, John Jones, Frank Jessie, Wright Jessie, Sam Jenkins, Luther Kelly, Lee Lawson, Jim Lewis, Will Lewis, George Lawson, James Maupin, Howard Maupin, Charlie Maupin, Brack Maupin, Brack, team Maupin, Howard McKeehan, Speed Munday, Jack Miller, Cash Miller, Kobt Mundav, Jim Mitchell, George Mundy.Zack Miller, Spencer Munday, Jas Maupin, LD Oldham, J B Owens, Andy Owens, David Powers, Tom 7 days 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 10 20 20 20 .13 50 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Lakes, John sr Lakes, D Lakes, Mack Lakes, Tim jr Lakes, John jr Lakes, O W Mize, Joe Mize, Tom Million, James Mize, Babe Mize, Butler Moberley, Andy Mathews, James Mathews, Sam Moore, Henry Nickerson, Link Owens, Irvlno Ogg, 20 20 20 20 20 90 1 20 Ambrose, Harvey Adams, Charlie Anderson, Charlie Anderson, W O Blanton, C C Boswell, O J Burnam, Tom Bogie, A J Best, Schuyler Blythe, Charlie jr Bolin, Hiram Bolin, Charlie. 1 20 90 Temple. FW 2 40 Turpin, Less 65 Taylor, Wm 10 Taylor, Escer 20 Turner, S M team etc GO Turner, Cy team etc 80 Turner, S N 1 10 1 Turner, Cal. Tussy, Frank 1 1 1 1 80 80 80 20 20 Wiley, Harve 40 Wiley, Ashford 80 "Whitaker; Thomas 20 Wiley, Sam . . ' L20 Isbill, Irvino 3 00 Isbill.'Wm 1 20 Johns. Landy 3 20 Johns, SO 80 Jones, Thomas 1 20 Jones, J H 70 Jones, John . 20 SO v 1 60 1 60 1 GO ' 5 00 3 00 CUSTOM 1 120 Whitaker, Luther 4 40 Whitaker, Nat 3 20 Warren, John 80 20 Johns, Ninn ,70 Kelly, Ed 70 Kelly, Reece CO GO 120 20 80 2 40 2 00 40 80 1 TAILORING Whitaker, Fount 2 75 Burnam, Joe . 1 50 Bennett, Grant 1 50 Collins, William SO Blythe, C H Burnam, Alex 2 00 Whitaker, Hensly 80 Whitaker, Robert 2 60 Williams, Burchel 1 20 Walker, K N 1 60 1 CO CO Tussey, Elijah Vanarsdall, Clift 16 Wilson, Sam 80 Willis, Grant 40 Whitaker, C 2 00 Whitaker. Brute 1 20 Whitaker, B W 1 20 Whitaker, Bud 1 20 Whitaker, Willard SO Kelly, Kelly, CO Kelly, GO Kelly, 70 Kelly, SO Kelly, Walton Talton DEPARTMENT of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits to measure and FIT GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see us and save money at William Granville George ' Is full SO SO Ward, James 1 20 1 20 1 Willie 1 Parks, Frank Parks, Jim Price, George Parks, Kit Powell. Ollic Farks, Joe Palmer.'Jim Quiun, John IMobardson, Hence Itoborts, Tine Roberts, Tine team one day Rueves, Wilson Eaybnrn, H D Rico, George Riddel!, Itobort Roberson, John 80 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 90 20 20 20 Rogers, Phil Riddell, Roily Rodes, Charlio Riddell, George Reaves, Jim Reed, Sam Reeves, John Rodes, Dave Reeves, Dock Smith, Mercer Smith, Bud Simpson, Will Scarbrough, Ike Scarbrough, Fount Scarbrough, Jim Smith, Joe Soarcy, Cal Stone, Less Smith, Morgan Simpson, Howard Schooler, Jim Todd, N G Tipton, Lloyd Todd, Loss Todd, I D Todd, Willio Todd, Isom Todd, Lee Todd, Dock Todd, John Todd, Luther Todd, Howard Todd, "Walter Todd, Joe Todd, Seth Todd, Milton Todd, Tom Thomas, Will Thomas, Henry Venable, Charlie Venable, May Venable, Paul Witt, Gip Williams, Dick Winkler, Ambrose Winkler, Tom West, Will Walker, Arch Witt, Bob 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 80 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Powell, Mort Richardson, G M Richardson, Fant Richardson, Lions Elmore, John Rose, W T Fowler, John Rose, Howard Fowler, II H jr Riddle, Leonard Farris, Louis Riddle, Joe 1 Gabbard, Louis Riddle, Jase 1 Goodloe, Georgo (col) Rose, Vard 1 Hill, Sam Rubles, Dick Hill, George Rubles, A C 1 Hulett, E T Rucker, Mart 1 Hester, Eugeno Rollins, James Hulett, James Rose, Brute 1 10 Harris, T J Stevens, Andy 1 30 Hiffginbotham, Smith Scott, Robert SO Hyatt, W J Shelton, Tom 20 Hyatt, O O Sandlin, Dan 20 Jackson, William Sandlin, Marion 20 Kirby, Reuben Sandlin, John 20 Kirby, Ben Todd, G W 20 Kirby, James Todd. Dud 20 Kirby, Jessie Todd, Charlie 20 Martin, William CO Turner, Mack Merritt, Thomas Tribble, J II 20 Moore, O II Todd, Sherman 20 Miller, Smith Todd, CT 10 McWhortor, C C Wilson, W T 40 Maupin, Sawney Webb, Isaiah 20 Ogg, J N Webb, Tank 10 Ogg, Thomas Winkler, Shelby 40 Ogg, Jnmea Winkler, Crist 80 Ogg, John Wells, Hood 1 20 Patton, Aaron Woolry, Annanius 1 20 Reynolds. W C Woolry, John 1 20 Shockley, E H Walton, Baltimore 80 Taylor, Thomas Young, Doug 1 20 Taylor, Isaac Goocli. W J overseer and team 110 25 Todd, Sam CombB, James, assistant over Warnicut, John A seer and team 47 75 Wallace & Hyatt, DUXCANON 20 20 90 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 45 20 40 40 Collins, James H Crigler, Dan Cornelison, Arch Durham, J W Diggs, Sidney Elkins, Larue El kins, Ed Ross, Joe A overseer team etc CRUTCHER 40 67 50 . PRECINCT.. 1 20 1 Agee, Wm Agee, Charlie CO 80 Ageo, Calvin 4 25 Baker, G M 1 20 Bcasley, HC 1 30 Beaaley, John 1 20 Ballard, JC 1 20 Ballard, Squire 50 Ballard, Roy 80 Chrisman, S P 1 20 Campbell, Major 80 Campbell, Sam SO 1 20 1 20 gO Whitaker, Dull Warner, BD Whitaker, James Warner, G W time 23J days Warner, G W team 10 days KEWBY PKEOINCT. 70 75 1 50 Kanatzar, GO Jim Kanatzar, J B Kanatzar, J II 1 20 SO ( Jim 1 20 75 ' 35 25 20 00 80 80 SO SO Agee, John AStQi Mitch j 2 00 2 SO 1 GO o 1 o 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 60 30 60 60 20 50 60 30 20 20 20 50 20 65 80 CO Cooper, Wm Curry, Clifton team Curry, Mart Curry, Obe Crews, John Curtis, T J team lj days Doty, William Duerson, Roy Baker, Merrett Bronegar, Thomas Barnes, Robert BOgie, Dave Blevins, Dan Blevins, Kit 1 jhq Barnes, Mit 2 j 00 Barnes, Gustin 2 20 BEiei Maurice 2 00 Bogie, Brute g0 Clark, Sam g0 Clark, John gO 20 go 0 g0 g0 g0 20 1 80 Masters, J W 40 Masters, Brink 80 Newby, Elzie 40 Laws, Howard Lanter, Jim Lowry, William sr Lamb, Joe Lowry, Green Lowry, William jr Million, Hninon overseer Motley. Bruto Motley John Masters, Woodson 4') SO 1 00 40 1 00 1 3G 40 SO SO days 54 00 in Richmond Main St., Next door to Farmer's Nat. Bank, The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher may3-Cm 9 80 40 GO SO CORRESPONDENCE. FOX What is a grasping monopoly? A 1 GO Perkins, Elzie 2 80 SO 80 SO Edgington Charlio Eli, Dan Fife, John Goodlett, D Goodlett, Hesekiah Hall, Albert Hill, Tom Hollin8Worth, Barton Hockady, French Hockady, Ben Hays, Wm Hall, M C Hopkins, George Hagan, George Hagan, Joe Hopkins, Frank King, Wm Kinnard, Wm Long, Richard Lamb, Louis 2 00 3 GO 25 30 1 30 1 10 3 go 2 20 20 I 20 I 20 00 20 1 20 j 20 2 20 j 20 2 20 2 20 2 20 2 20 j j Clark, Irvine Collins. Vinco Colston, J W Colston, W T Colston, H J Crow, Mean Davis, Sid Davis, C H Douglas, Allen ' 1 20 1 20 SO 1 20 1 GO 4 80 1 20 80 SO 80 SO SO Elswick, J C Elswick, W M Emory, Thomas Foster, Bob Goggins, George Jr Goggins, George Sr Goggins, 1 GO SO SO John gO gO Grimes, James 1 20 1 20 1 CO 2 20 GiU. 2 20 2 20 gO gO gO gO gO Al Hadeu, Henly 20 Harvey, Charles rHECIXCT. BIythe, Charlie Blythe, Dave Burnam, Henry Bronston, Jake Blythe, Bill Burnam, Jaok Burnam, Charlie Brooks, Humphrey Blythe, Sid Blythe, George Butner.Ab Blythe, Bill Casey, William Cornelison, Bud Crews, Jack 1 20 l 20 i 20 1 20 l 20 1 20 1 20 1 20 20 40 40 40 Warnicut, D T Walker, Irvino White, Gesrge (col) White, Sam Walker, St Clair Vaughn, Fayetto overseer BURKAM 3 45 2 00 1 20 70 5 00 2 80 80 80 2 00 SO Murphy. John Miller, John Martin, James McBride, J M 1 20 88 50 Roborson, 1 30 Parks, Robert Parrisb, Peter G Parrisli.TUden Ross, E Ulysus "gO 0 40 gO gO Hcathman, Charlie Heath man. J T Heathman, John B Hendren, James . Hendren, Dock Hendren, Shelby Holman. Luther Jones, Thomas team 21 days self days Long, Jake 3G 80 3 20 80 2 00 80 1 GO 1 20 40 1 20 80 0G l l 1 1 Allen, I A Adams, Otis Adams, Robt L Adams, James W Adams, Roberson, Jack Roberson, Willie' 1 70 Rowlett, J L JA 2 20 2 go James C 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Cheflault.Tom Conner, Bill Crews, Jack Campbell. Rube Cornelison, Bud Barnes, Buster Broaddus, George 40 Burton, John 40 Bratton, R O 10 Burchell, Dan 10 40 SiraB,JO 30 Sbrewsberry, Frank team 1 00 Taylor, James 80 Tevis, Henry 1 70 Turner, Wm 1 70 Turner, Jack SO SO SO 2 20 2 20 2 go 00 Land, Thomas days 2 50 Lawson, Jake Lamb, ML Layer, Georgo Layer, Tom Lowry, W M Long, Jeff Lasure, Thomas Lawson, Henry Long, Milo 00 40 80 1 20 1 20 1 GO 80 SO 1 GO 1 GO SO Perkins, Columbus Perkins, Calvin Perkins, Squiro Perkins, Fount Perkins, F J Perkins, George Perkins, Bolin Perkins, Bryant Portwood. Wesley Portwood, Sam Portword, .1 A Roberts, Sid Reynolds, Lawson Reynolds, Buddy Renfro, Sanford Renfro, Bud Renfro, Petor Renfro, Boge Stocker, Moso Stockcr, Aaron Stocker, Shirley Sowers. J L Sowers, Stant Sowers, William Shearer, L O Sanders, C W Sanders, Frank Sanders, T A Shifllett, Owen Shifllett, Willie ShilTlett, Morton Shifllett, Jim Stinnett, John Taylor, Hiram Taylor, John Taylor, Simon Tillett, Walter Teater, W Winburn, A B 2 40 1 20 1 20 SO 3 3 C 20 S3 -- 3 o S B O 3 00 5 00 2 00 1 1 GO s m H"2- - 00 B S -- 2 candidate hand. Good intentions will not. help us on our way if we take tho wrong road. Mrs. C. H. Pigg, of Richmond.visited Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Edwnrds last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Edwards visited their parents at College Hill last week. Judge A. S. Hisle spont several days near her fishing last week with good c sn n o "i s o o C3 55 g a 7T 2 80 GO sa Dl o SS at r C 30 5 3 3 20 80 80 2 00 SO 1 GO O 5 2. Bg . b 7t V? 5a 2 1a a CP a 5T 2.? 2 m are greatly behind with 4 1 1 1 1 120 the present administration. 20 80 80 80 40 40 GO 80 their work some just fiuished plant60 ing corn June 10. 40 Richalino may liavo actually believed 60 there was no such word as fail, but he 20 lived before the days of Panics and m fy FldfVs Men's Suits at Men's Pants at Boy's Suits at Boy's Pants at BARGAIN Deputy Sheriff C. T. Grinstead was here this week getting together all the "evil doers" (he could) to be ready for circuit court, which convenes at Irvino Store S $2 00 up - IN CLOTHING. June 2G. Tho advertiser who says it don't SO pay to advertise is first cousin to tho 80 man who asked is life worth living, and 1 CO is father of tho boy who said "I didn't 2 00 know it was loaded." ' 40c. up 09c. up loc up up up up up 4 20 80 SO "The man who tries to advertise With printers ink consistent, One word mnst learn nor from it tarn, And that one word's persistent." THE CHAMPAGNE MARKET. 1 NOTIONS. 1 40 80 go 2 GO Exchange.! Winburn, John Winburn, Ed Woods, John Woods, Wm Youug, J A J 2 20 20 JjnP James 2 20 1 1 GO GO 20 20 20 10 70 40 20 70 20 20 20 40 20 20 80 40 20 80 20 20 20 20 go 20 00 20 20 20 Bennett, Robt Bassett, Tom Bryant, James Curtis, Steve Campbell, Ike Calico, W A 1 20 80 SO ' l 1 Farris, John Gray, Enoch l 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 60 1 60 SO ' 20 Winkler, Ed Warlord, Green White, Abe White, Dick Wilson, JS White, Jessie Yates, Milt Young, George Yates, Taylor Yates, Joo Yates, Collins Maupin, T L ovcrsoer, team, &a BEAR WALLOW l'aECINCT. 20 20 20 20 80 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 90 20 20 20 20 20 80 20 80 20 20 20 80 Gentry, James Gordon, John Gentry, John Gordon, Bill Gray. Enoch Curran.Tom Davidson, A M Duerson, John Duereon. Taylor Elmore, Robt 1 20 Grlzzard, John Gentry, Jim Harris, Curry Haines, Irvine Hoard, Ben Martin, R L Mason, Ed Martin, Louis Miller, play Morgan, Harry Moore, Bill Martin, Shed Martin, Ben Miller, Charlio Miller, MM Phelps, Bill Phelps, Jim Farris, William Fry, D L Gordon, Sam Hurst, Andy Hurt, Howard Hurt, 80 80 2 50 40 2 SO roosEY 0 50 Abston, Henry 80 Agee; Charlie 0 Agee, AV G 80 SO Turner, Squire Tudor, Marion Turner, John Turner, Tom Tudor, Nathan Whitaker, Wm Williams, Price Warran, George Willis, W C Warren, Carlos Williams, M C Gaily, Hugh overseer Gaily, Hugh team Million, A J team gO McKiuny, Wm 220 McKinney, Juno 2 20 Million, George 2 20 Million, T J toam gO 2 40 Long, Abnor 2 20 Long. Jolm 2 20 Million, Owen 00 Middleton, John SO SO SO 1 GO ' " 4 00 80 SO SO Newby, 24 00 'Newby, 24 00 Newby, Newby, gO gO Newby, A J 40 Newby, Owen Hamon WB 5 00 80 2 00 80 SO Asher Nelson 80 SO 1 20 70 Perkins, P M Prathor, John Parks, Lace ' 2 00 SO 80 Pearson, Jamea 80 Pinketod, James 70 Peyton, OB 5 50 1 GO John Benton, John 1 1 1 Hurt, Henry Hendiix, Tom Hendren, Tom S Hunley, John Hagan, Charles 1 1 1 Hendren, Robt Hudgens Bon Johnson, Foster King, Newton Moran, Davo Mason, G G Mulligan, Robt Mulligan, Lon Maupin, William Sr Maupin, William Jr Martin, Abner Parks, Milton Benton, William Benton, Bob 80 Broaddus, B R 3 60 Barnes, Billie 1 70 80 2 50 Bogie, S W Benton, 01 80 2 40 SO '0 Prewitt, Nat 70 Roberts, Irvine CO "9 o 1 1 1 1 1 Pitman, John 80 Burrus, Ernet 80 Collins, W M 80 Calico, Ambrose 1 70 Creed, Henry 1 20 Clark, James 2 Go '0 70 1 00 1 00 20 Scott, John 89 00 Todd, Price 80 1 20 1 20 Ray, George Richardson, Alex Richardson, Obo Shearer, Grand CO Slagner, May 20 Shearer, Grand 20 Samuels, Walter Tharp, John Tevis, Georgo Turley, G B jr Twigg, Jack Thorpe, John Todd, Price ao 1 20 . 20 1 20 1 20 1 10 Rhodus.Tom 40 Rhodus, William 40 Rhodus, John 40 Rhodus, Alfred" 1 10 ' Alexander, Mason Anderson, J 11 Adams, Jack Broaddus, J B team, &c Baker, John Benge, Ciiff Baker, W B Broaddus, Kit 2 20 1 CO 1 1 1 20 1 1 Wells, John Woods, Sam Warner, Bob Walker, Bud White, Cad Watta, Tom Woods, S Jones, H O overseer. Jones, Broaddus, John Cor, Flem Carpenter, Carpenter, Chad well, C C Dalton, JW Dillingham, Arch Denny, James 1 1 1 1 20 60 20 45 20 10 SO 1 1 1 40 40 20 20 80 20 20 20 70 70 Robinson, Tom Roop, James Shearer, W H Shearer, C W 1 Shearer, S G Smith, John Smith, John Stone, William Chandler, M Thomas Chandler, John Cobb, P N SO Collins, James SO Davis, Bind 80 Duncan, John 80 Davis, Joseph SO Estees, Jeff SO Gullie, Allen SO Jennings, George SO Gully, John SO Goins, James 20 (joins John, 80 ' Goins, Thomas SO " Hill, John SO 70 75 1 20 1 20 . 70 70 CO CO 80 76 1 00 CO Reynolds, Hugh Ross, Maurice Rodes, Dick Sanders, Finley Stone, Wm Stapp, W M Stotta, Brute Statu Wm Taylor, Dud Tudor, RE Tudor, Squire Tudor, Absalon Tudor, Jessie Tudor, Bon Tudor, Price Turner, Allen Tudor, Wm Tudor, Lnwreuco 2 00 2 00 2 00 80 80 40 1 GO SO 2 00 40 , 3 40 SO dollars (1.50). 2d, to pay general appropriations 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 of Equalization. 3rd, to pay interest on the refunding bonds of the R. 1ST. I & B. R. R., five and one-ha- lf cents (05) on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property as shown bythe assessor's books and equal50-10- 0 The vines bearing these grapes do not 300 produce and in consequence the first growth having been of is ordered that the coun destroyed, there is no hope whatever the fruit for the autumn. In Epernary, ty rate of taxation for the cen tor of the champagne country, the year, 1899, shall be as fol damage done is considerable, but not so great as in many less known localilows: ties. In Paris the certainty of a bad 1st, on each tithe one and vintage has caused a great demand to '"contre-bourgeons,- 20 giving data from the wine districts show 1 40 that the white grapes have Buffered 1 60 severely through inclement weather. go " The latest statistics published in Paris .Ladies' Pants Towels Cuffs Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 25c. Gent's Undershirts 25c. : . .20c, Gent's Drawers Ladies' Vests oc. Corsets Ladies' and Gent's Linen Collars ; Suspenders Buggy Whips Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols Ladies' White Aprons Asst. Colors in Boy's "Waists 25c. ui 3c. up 25c. up 10c. 15c. 5c. 10c. G9c. It 0 Fire Screens L77TE Baby Bibs , 25c. 25c. 5c. 10c. up up up up up up up up up epring up for wines of previous years, in which a brisk speculation is being done. The wino statistics for the cham pagae district for tho year from April, 1S0S, to April, 1809, show a fall of 700, 000 in the number of bottles exported. On the other hand, the consumption in France has increastd by over 2,500 000 bottles. The total number of bottles disposed of during the year was The stock the growers have in hand amounts to 100,371,755 bottles, together with413,053 hectoliters of wine in casks. BROUGHTON'S REMEDY r Exchange. GENT'S AJYD OF LA T)TFR CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AjStD SHOES ARE MORE VARIED THAN EVER BEFORE. Call and see them. TW UTPPflTJC crrtfJj- - - Wahave a few bolts of the C. N. & Co.'s Ribbon on hand which we will eldse out at No. 16, 10c; No. 40, 15c; No. 80, 20c. Corsets. See our stock of Corsets before you buy. We can please you with R. & G. Armoside, W. B. Rob Koy, Dr. Norsah. . ANTAGONIZED. ized. . - 80 1 1 CO 20 80 80 20 1 20 1 - . f 'r . to 00 Willis, John 70 ,Warren,-Rub- o 70 Warren, Talt 70 Whitaker, J M 40 Whitaker, Wm SO 120 60 1 20 1, SO 1 70 Hill.T.G , Dunson,Tim Fields, John Foot, Dock Fender, Charlie Garrott, Flem Gentry, James Geutry, Garrett Gabbard, William Griflln, Abe Gabbard, John Gabbard, Tom GIoBsip, Tiff Hendrix; Speed 1 20 BLUE LICK PKTCIKCT. 1 20 1 20 Alexander, J R 1 CO Allen, D R 40 Anderson, G E 1 60 Anderson, W M I 20 Bales, J W 1 20 Bratoher, B F 1 20 BIcknel, WH 1 50 Bennett, Frank 1 20 Collins, Sherman SO 1 HO"" 40 40 Tankersly, Bud 8 75 Vernon, George 23 00 Wearren, Jessio 1 GO Shearer, Georgo Tatum, Wm B. Turner, William Turner, Richard 1 1 Whitlock, Richard 40 2 20 90 80 80 60 90 1 60 1 20 1 80 1 80 1 60 1 Wiley, Wade Simmons, B B overseer fc team 11 Hendren, Squiro Hendron, James Hall, George SO Howard, Brutus 20 Howard, Alvin SO Howard, Wilbert SO Howard, Thomas 50 SO 70 Ham.WR Hill, F J 80 30 Hendren, AO Hendren, N Y 20 Hill, Cap 80 80 70 1 50 , 80 3 00 CO CO White, Rollie Weaver, J A White, Robt White, Arch Young, Leonard Youug, Charlio Young, John , BIGORRSTAFF ' .80 80 70 120 40 2 00 1 20 160 rRECIXCT. . 60 This shall make the rate of taxation for the year 1899, fifty-fiv- e and cents her head.' (55i) gn eaqh one hundred dol"From tho very beginning it has been the custom for women to wear a lars worth of property. neccovering in church. is The sheriff is ordered to head however, that she It not wear essary, should collect said levy and tax, and a big hat. I think the more comfortapay all the allowances, ap ble people are the better attention they will the service. propriations and subscrip- sists givo toher husband If a woman in-a that shall wear tions made bv this court in starched shirt and a high colar, ho can accordance with the order. hardly be blamed if he doesn't want to He shall collect and account' go to church." A REMARKABLE MESSAGE. for the taxes on rail road property according to law along TParls News. with all other property assesThe windstorm last Thursday one-half aftor-noo- Dr. Rroughton's plan to have ladies sit uncovered in church finds an opponent in Rev. J. Clayton Mitchell, rector of Trinity Episcopal church, Hobokon, who was asked what he thought about the proposition that women should not wear hats in church. "It is in accordance with scripture," said Mr. Mitchell, "that 6he should not worship with her head uncovered. This is one of St. Panl's utterances, and is found in First Corinthians xi, 5. The passago reads: 'Every woman that prayeth or prophe-slet- h with her head uncovered dishon-oret- h IN HATS AND CAPS Men's Black Felt lints- Men's Nice Straw Hats Boy's Nice Straw Hals Men's and Boy's Caps '. j$ ..; ; 25c. up 10c- - 2oc.Hlp up -- cyf i 0 0 g Hemp Rugs Drussels .. 41c up -- .25c up IN CARPETS. lOo up Unions Jute - Mattings v :...10c. np J.15cup Asgi .OC UP IN HARDWARE. Knivei and Forks.'per set .. 31c. np Fish Lines- -. Cako Turner 4c. Fish Hooks Files. . .. 3c. nn Curling Irona- .Teaspoons 4c set up Botcher Knives.. oc setup aoiespoons.... . lc. each le. dor 3c. up 1UC. Jp. T Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, n Hit 1 50 1 GO t J 70 Alverson, John : TEVIS PKBCINOT. Kersey, James Long, Jacob . BroaddnsWD Burton, Sam Barton, Ed 60 Long, Lyman 80 Long, BUI SO Broaddus. Jo ha Baker, Reuben teaaa ate" Coy, Ed Curtis, Stevo 1 20 : 1 1 1 Hudson, Uriah Huikoti, Dh . XlWn,Tic 1 1 20 20 50 20 30 90 Cornellson, Richard Carter, John Carter, W C Clift, Richard Ve Dawson, S B Davie, Rollit , m Flem .. v , ' tsa 130 Davb, Kicbrd Cotton, Charles Coy, Colli b Desny, Levi aa Dallly, Kwdtt M Xatbry, Jamea 40 3 80 80 80 1 20 Maler, Maw 1 00 Mnrsihnv- - .Trvhu , -1 20 mis, Jfiroj , .LMiauvanaj 1 30 80 Mobatley, TS .1 W 11 Long, Merritt Long, J F Long, Clay Lyton, E Land, O r. J 1; jk0 7 70 75 75 70 70 1 00 70 70 1 30 70 70 1 20 -- Agee, Henry Agee, Isaac Broaddus, Joe Broaddus, Ed Broaddus, John Broaddus, Tom Baker. Reel Bogie, 80 40 80 t - 3,80 1 GO 1'20 1 40 Jason WJh Ceay, Jim 70 Danavl,-I- c m Bogie, Squire Brown, Isiah Bfpwti, Joe iBamott, Austin Barrua, AD Bdwin, Charlea Bowinn, Wm .Chat)-- , Jolm - 1,20' 80 ... 3 -- ' .s ' ;1?0 120 120' . l.CO 3 GO V-- " 80 4 20 . f9 li60 blew a large tree across the L. & N. track two miles uorth of Paris and FOR McCALL PATTERNS. blockaded tho track for about an hour. ) The tree also broke down the telegraph Sidle of Kentucky, County of Madison, j bGT' wires for two hundred yards. Chief Train Dispatcher IL H. Hancock went I, John F. "White, Clerk of out on a freight to the scene to see the County Court, do eertify about tho accident, and took tho Paris wire and aent au that the foregoing is a true end of theoffice by merelya message to Hkl JOS H of fMM. m mill nH IK UI, TOP lil'Kjr Ct T211. the Paris tapping tt H tUMM BUHlflAIMfH. III If rm copy of the allowonces and the steel rails with the broken wire. on oi.Mii rw MTISriCrOKT, FJUITI AS II II MT DIMl 4polTU RCSCIKI HtUlt rFOTLY H1.1..1 w.wim III.HIM IMBMIWISI MISAI3IBHWW appropriations made by the The message dim 'very faintly, but ttMuHirii. OUR SFaCIAL PRICE $38.90. ma the .M sant with order. 4 trlM jMadison Fiscal Court at its it was correctly taken by Wt MAKE THIS TOP BUGSTL ?ff who on The Mkara ta tts. bnnlw. Laitst Stvla October Term, 1898, and May ISowerhauledww the duty. by thetreo had MaM fropattka Baas lanom nsot. war. vast rsr list. Can mi That Jiooar to be off track engine. lata np Itiawlai Bliim Ur. tVuU Qraila arraa'a PaMat. laa, It ouoea. Duly Terra, 1899. of th kind Btok Haaattr LUalfttl stta aa4baek camua. fttilaai.Oaaraa This is the first laablwr MaaK, oaaxaajlt traao 'Witness my band this June that hs ever come undw the notie of aaaa aqaat aay ina aajoi , A. C. Adair, who a kwen tigraphlug . 15,1890. mrm ipp ya mmmi twwatjr yMr, iM4 JficlMr liaii-ee- k, ; ;: . . sed for taxation.; E. V. ELDER. spun mis' f ai 1 i X mm A 1 t -n I Hl Dptcbr t' aae sy JOHN F. WHITE, c. rr a a mt kaak aaxakM. .1. n..crcr mho hm 'hmm MMwpbrir M, itouucx n 00 S38.90 iinoJw CO. ILL. 4