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THii 4 a OICHMOND CLIMAXJf to i 1I1 0 28 itcr 1 nt ow5tJVOLUME 1RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 1901- P NUMBER 2 PROFESSIONAL CARDS rrORNEXS R E ROBERTS ATTORNEYATTAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY 7Office over Climax Office with Jas m Mc Cre ry Second Street u RW MILLER ATlURNlnATIA RICHMOND EKNTOCET Office n the Burnam Building next door to arraera National Bank feb3ly SULLV A JA iTTORSEYATIiAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Rank ATrust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olfice on Second street over Chen mlts grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY CSTOffico over Taylor Bros Store J TALBOT JACKSON ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY nrOfflce in Prather Building Main fitrecL PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSONt PHYSICIANS AND SURGEOXS RICHMONDKgNTUcICY Office in thf oe ciUns building iS aDd 10 Sec Street ovcVntieciddruCstOTe 17 CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty aomce at atable on corner First and Water Street Richmond Kyapr7ly ff CJ1SPERMD Medicine and Surgery Office Prathcr Building Main Street Telephone at retiilence the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS MD Gw PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY DT 1att t tOnSO DENTIST OF LOUISVILLE Kr a Office next door to Government Building BichmSnd Ky Office boars to 121 to novHly Dr Louis Ii Landraan formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No 1111 Madison Avenue Covington Ky will be at Hotel Qlyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mood Ky maylly Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and s Knife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky septl9tl Our 600ds AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial ffa jjjsites 1 lh UBj f- 3mm D D 1n n The ladies cannot be deceiv ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All buyinthe world select the la youbuythe latest uptodate goods Is that what you want Ifsotiade with f Wnit AND Gibson1 +++ + CALL AT ++++ JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN J Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Qeeslae Sarateia Water Kept M Tap 9886E8 stiRIJH1l0ND fT JI rgeQcc e JEWELRY otpresec e The largest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecondand t+ Swiss Watches also t Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by ++ 4 Expert Workmen I also rnako a specialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC and Design ing ilone by a flue Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Statiou representing Indian times My Motto is RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY l3reb17IJAPANESE 1fb z- raCURE ofVPUS1TOIt1I2Boxes of Ointment A norcr billerCure orPI1za OOrsUOIIILbare patnlul and jeUoiu n pennanentcoro and oftea enIJurothIOunrantee in each S flax Yon 1r dcnbyJAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a Bog lctitheplea3ntotrec1JapajceoFor sate by Stockton k Hagan Druggis- tsM1ID J3PIBkSuccessor to J W Azbill Limy M ul Sale Stfttb inviNE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mchZ7ly KENTUCKY ATUNTImi PLEA E 4 4ToI WALL PAPER J+ + + + 4 + + + ++ + ++++ ++ + WE desire to eaU your attention the fact that as this ie the beginning of a new year as well as the 20th Century that we are en deavoring to keep up with progress of time this year by enlarging our stock oft WALL PAPER DECORATITE GOODS So this season we will be able to show and furnish you any and all of designsAsstock direct front the manufacturers and can furnish you Wall Papers ranging In prices from the cheapest to the finest and most elbaorate designs And feel confident we can sat sir wants In this line We will also furnish Wall Moulding to match anv shade o5 Wall Paper you may select and will cheerfully fur fish estimates on work in this line to Free of Charge We respectfully invite you to call at our Drug Store on Main Street and see onr wall paper and get our prices before buying as we can save you and we will take pleasure in waiting upon yon and your wants Our prices are the lowest Thanking you in advance we are Yours respectfully PERRY THOMAS Wall Paper Co- W I LEEDS Painter and Decorator Kjantf PHONE 75 +SOUTHERN RfllUffly ON KENTUCKY Caii i4 Slkiiili Is ret Miy ID IICB ASTBOUNIX No1 No5 NoX iArAr LsrencebgttOam 62pm 1I4ipm laoipmLezlncumESTBOUND No 6 NT Na 4 Lv Lexington7san 435pm 615am A Versailles TMaml 5ffipm 533am Ar LareneebM8I1m B3ipm 553am- ShelbyvllleAr 810am fllSpm 830am- LoulsTtllaAr ia 0am 740pm 7JOam ABTBOnMP WEaTBOaMP No IS oIL STATIONS NoIZNoU 400pm Lam LT Louisvil Ar 740pmia40am LT LarocbrgArl 530pm 810am TlSpmjia43am ArIIr0d4bgLv 440pm Oam Ar i3urgin Lv430pm 7lOara EJSTDOCHD WESTBOUnOl Ko 15tNo67i STATIONS No lflttNoes 400pm 745am LT Louisvil Ar ia40am 740pm kSIpm tlOara IT ShelbvU Ar 910am C15pm 847pm lazSam LT Versllej Ar 750am lIopm TIOpm ILIOam Ar Midway LT 340pm 740pmilL50am Ar Oepretn Lv 7 OOaml 310pm WSTnOtniDtNo 2 745am ooLv Louisvil Ar 40am 740pm lam 850pm LT Verslles BOIpm I LRam i735pm AiNlehlvill Arl858am 406pm ILMpm 30pmAr Rlcbmnd Lv 605am 1 lupin Lpm Irvine Lv LtlpIn f iTATlojrs No L No Lv LoaUrllle 74aam 745pm Ar LexlliZtonIi ia45amia30pm Ar oxTtlla1OOpm 743ara Ar Asheville VlOam LIOpm Ar Savannah5i5axDA-rJacksonville 9Sam Lv Cnottanooea eS5am Ar Atlanta i llOSipm ll60am Ar Macon SSSpm- ArJacksonvUle ls23om tacopm LT Chattanooga 645am Ar Ulrmineham Iiao5pmll45am R30pmArNo 2 through sleeping car LouUTllle to Dir itnghoo Tla Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 free observation chaircar LouisTill to Lexington oarLextngtonSCLNa 4s1eepIngcarDirmbIghath LoulsfUi Tla Lexlngun All trains between Louisville Lexington and Burgln dally- Between Versailles aqd Georgetown Nos II Md M dally Nos67 nafl8lallyexoeptSunday BotwMQ Ver allleJi NlcholMTille Btch mond aid Irvine dally exceptStteday- tDally except Sunday Other tntea daily 7 Mcv YYPkGILe Z1L i7LVT H- W ws4gionD- aw2TAi A WWTATtoAGP4L- ws P a eve XW i r NEW REUNION MUSIC Confederate March is Out and i I Tis Attracting No End of Attention Evening Scimitar f Memphis May 131 A new piece of reunion mii sic has been published by 01 K Ilouck Co of Memphis and Little Rock For origin ality and brilliancy it cannot be excellea It is called the U C V March a twostep composed by Theo H North rut anti dedicated to the United Confederate Veterans From a musical as well as an artistic viewpoint this especiallyfor piece and one that willlive in the memory of those who hear it from scores of bands and orchestras here during the great gathering The con trast of the brilliant catchy first part with the sweet sadness of the memories of the great tragedy recalled by the conclusion is where the com poser has shown his art The cover isa beautiful cConfederateof sConfederate abluetraits of Gens RobertE Lee and Nathan Bedford Forrest To the right of this is a fac simile of the Confederateem blemthe famous Reunion button Two sheathed swords and a branch of olive are em blematic of the eternal peace of the old North and the South sections that no longer exist and this effect is heightened by a furled flag a shattered drum and a dis mounted field gun at the base of the two portraits It is a work of art rind a credit to the designer Late State News Georgetown will have a Fourthof July celebration Barbourville is to have a S30000 Baptist College Work was commenced on the build ing last week W T Short ofMtVernon has been appointed deputy collector of internal revenue at Danville to succeed W W AndersonMr O King has revived the Oldham County Index at LaGrange He announces that the paper will be inde pendent in all things Near Mt Sterling while Robert Wells was plowing Saturday lightning struck and killed the horse he was driving and he was severely shockedThe of Ed Cook were awarded 8000 in a damage suit against the Cincinnati Southern railroadatHarrods burg Cook was killed while acting as switchman in the yards of the company at Bur gin More than 12000 school children members of the An tiCigarette League paraded the streets of Louisville mak ing the welkin ring with their anticigarette battle cries A big mass meeting was held at night and speeches denouncing the use of cigarettes were TRY ITWomen suffering from female troubles and weakness and from irregular or painful men DotIta sicians arc so busy with other diseases that ithements and the delicate organisnlofwoman Wb t the sufferer ought to do is to give a fair trial to J BRADFIEUTS I providibNature Female Regulates1 oCtheItbeflisio soothing healing strengthening herbs and vegetables which have been provided by a kindljr Nature to cure irregularity in themenses Leu corrhoaa Falling of the Womb Nervousness Headache and Backache In fairness to herself and to Brad 3elds Female Regulator every suffering woman ought to give it a trial A largetr bottle will doii wonderful amount of good Sold ijdruggists Scad for italy Uhtitud n book oa Ktyet Ike Jttk14kttrCl 4flM fife u E made Mrs Mary E Robinsor widow df the late Gen Jas F Robinson of Lexington nar rowly drowning Mon day evening while attending ervoirif water and was rescued with difficulty bj Harry Brower a 10yearold son ofC F Brower She sent home for dry clothing and hadiquite as much fun as any of the young people at the fish fry isANTITOXIN Returns from the Board of AgrIculture fromS n nearlytanentaandSerumAnutoJin 400hogssaved by this remedy lion treated with the hlgberpriceThe Compall guarantees that the injection of absolutelyreventwill tare at least tSpercent In case of failure refundedofhogsOne ouucevial sufficient for six hors 100 ChemicalCompa07l3i21aprly Good for the Doctors The upreme Court has de ided that a physician is not to answer a call for his 3even though he is he phrsiciau for the family nd a fee for his services is him in advance No class of do Ilworkit than do the ismanyget a peasant look for their services They trudge away however and never get dis All thgiverofthepi1I Dyspeptics cannot be long lived bA nourishmentJooded A discorded stomach cannot iligst 1101DJffrpla naturalfuncliOis dilesthefluidyou good PERRY THOMAS The South is anxiously waiting to see whether Sena tor McLaurin will be able to collect alimony in case he di vorces himself from the Dem ocratic party Low Halts to the Pan American Exposition Via Queen Crescent Route Don ESouthand fal information 15innyif hiswould cause rejoicings if he had not tied such a otoitcIncurable tmadeNorth Strat ford N H Becauso youve coughdontCure lias cured thousands slid it wil cure tw Sate and nuro PERKY t THOMAS The Supreme Court meets once more before it adjourns dhofledone day in handing down a de cision on the colonal cases ehnfiingIvyquickly cured by DeWitts Witch Haztl Save the c cPEI1RY The Cold Year According to the sage of the Harrodsburg Democrat 85 years ago vt as the year with ott a summer Frost occur rell every month in the year inchItli3 depth of three inches in Jov York and also in Mas sachusetts in June Ice wt formed of the thickness of a cpmmonwindowglass through out New York on the 5th day qf July Indian corn was so frozen that the greater part ytas cutin Buguest and dried for fodder and the farmers aapplied themselves from the 9rnlproducedin18Th for the s3edingof the spring of IS1 BIG HILL QMfs Sallie Anderson of iterea l is very sickf r I Jlr bWBrodkman lost a ne shortlorn ow1ast Sun ay Jarvis Carrier sold a bunch pf lambs for 3id per pound fast week third Sunday is the toot washing at Red Lick Everybody should go There has been several cows to die with what is sup posed to be hollow head The first thing Sir Thoni iijhiows1mean m very p tqimeanr How To Gain FleshI Persons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOHS EMULSION It is strange but it often happens producesthedigestive machinery going properly sojhat the patient is able ordinaryfood gainisA certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have bytaking SCOIIS fmulsiOn You will find it just as useful in summer uponityx a4ioo alldmggists SCOTT DOWNE Chemists New York Answer to Sam Jones spTheanswer to Sam Jones attack on the Elks appeared in the Leader a few toWhilethe blackguard of the Ameri can pulpit whose vanity and ignorance have both successfully resisted the refining in uence of over a quarter of a c hohedstuIpidat Savannah Ga seeking by every possible means to bring em into all ill repute and c them in their work the Elks of Jacksonville are p loroceedingjle work of feeding the poor of stricken city and the Elks of the city of Lexington are laboring without money and without price to assist in building an institution that is to be dedicated to the work ofar spreading the gospel in whose n afameaiIfseeking popularity he has made a terrible blunder in at tempting to do so through the channels of an attack on the tIcs Thfcir splendid generosity their exalted charity heir recognized intelligencea ave created for a o f their own whose atmosphere is ill suited to the span f Sam Jones wing and they continue in there useful regardless of the tintinabulatious of the wandering critic and his ignorantn infatuation for Ihis stubborn opposition to common decency and the pro prieties of English grammar distinguishedthat the Cuban desire for independence is a genuine case of nervous diSsease Thats about what George III said of the Ameri an colonies THE HOME GOLD CURE AX IXfiEXIOUS TREATMENT BY WHICH 1IKUNKARIIS AUK 15EIXG CUIiKI DAILY IX SIITK 01 THEM sEIvIsi aIervrsCute far the Liquor Habit underbioottand not weakness A hotly tilled with t isimnnil nerves coinjylt tely filiattercd ieriouii or constant use of iutoxiiat capableStorilltuxicalltstlienuclveb at home without publicity or loss of time from business bv twonderfulwhich tins been perfected after many years of close study anti treatment of Oiltoery is positively guaranteed to cure the howhartlmarvelous transformation of tlmusnuig of Drunkards into sober industrious menr YOUR HU3 tUREOUlsppclficfordevised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or cotFf e without the kuowl tige of the person taking it Thousands nf IIthismore have been cured and made tem ItministeredLives withollt theirknowledgo in coff e tltPyctiscontml1ed deludelaIGOLDpillcingithmmore effectual than others costing 35 toluO Full directions accompany eat package Special skilh physicians when requested without ex ofISAddress Dept C 959 EDWIN R 32MarketstreetJYhitadelphia Al correspondence strictly confide tkli Ipwylyr 4 i For Children Nothing that comes in a bottle is more imporant for children than Scotts emulsion of cod liver oil And important means that it keeps them in even Health on the highest plane of physical li feNDo they live 011 it then No they dont touch it except when they need it When do they need iL Whenever they show in whatever way the least dis turbance of the even balance health It is not for acute diseases with some exceptions it is for a slight falling off from firstrate condition- It is to be used as a food whenever their usual food does not quite answer the purpose of food PALNTLWK Mr Hume Ilucker visited friends here last week Miss Rebecca Secrest of Kirksville ent Sunday with Miss Jennie Wallace Dr CEPoyntz attended the Slate Medical Association at Louisville last week Mrs Jane C Higgius left for Lexing n Monday to visit her daughter Mrs in Denton Quite a number from here attended Ulue Grass Tournament heM at Lau caoter last week The most exciting putt of the program was the ball game between Harrotlsburg and Lancaster which resulted in favor of Lancaster by a score of 2 to 1 It was onoof th- st games of the season The Hop gave dances Thursday anti Friday niphtsin hour of their visitors which wore very orjoyable affairs Low Rates via Queen and Crescent Route toN Tho Following Points Montreal N C Christian Woikors sil A OnieMilwaukee Vis Grand Lodge 151 o E July 23 to 25 Long limit and w tales S Meetingtate2G One fare turning August Montreal N C 16pference August nood returning August 27 Ask ticket agents for full particulars FrEE turnpikes which like free schools free trade and free silver oused intense opposition when first sprung upon the country haveit seem ter all turned out to be great blessings raii evidencing that the great common people are usually right Com inentini on the subject the Danville Advocate in a recent issue says Free turnpikes while under discus sion were bitterly opposed a great many people contending that the pikes could not be kept up as well by taxation at by corporations without the imposition of exhorbitant taxes The expenses incurred last yrar were ridppropriationThe pikes art greatly improved and are in better condition with more material corporltionsductions in costs of keeping them up a appropriationsfcondition of the roads that free tutu pikes are highly satisfactory to the tax paring people of Boyle county The bilious tired nervous man can ot successfully compete with his healthy rival DeWiits Little Early constipatlontroubles Perry Thomas TotE next Legislature should by all means paes a law levying a tax on ofls Perhaps the sheep industry ight then become profitable In Kentucky A surgical operation is not necessary cure plies DeWitla Witch hazel fa 5VilsPerry Thomas In almost every walk of life there have been great women But has there ever been a wo man who has reached the very highest pinnacle in her field Inthe June Cosmopol tan Ella Wheeler Wilcox this question in the- egativen and declares that even in the essentially femin ine vocations of cooking dressmaking and millinery- men excel womenttWTo men says Mrs Wilcox have not the concentration which gives a clear perspec ive They lack system and patience and are distracted by details or turned aside by vanity SOME interesting figures are submit ted by the Mileage Tribune to prove that divorces are increasing at an planning rate in the United Stater For instance in 1870 three and a half per cent ofall marriages in this county ended in the divorce court In 1881 tile percentage had risen to 4 8 In 1SOO it was 6 2 and ill 1900 it had increased to 8 per cent In other words the per centage of divorces to marriages line more than doubled in thepast SOyenre TIe total number of divorces in the United StatTO for a given year was 23 427 more titan kit the rest of tho world combined FESTIVE uankrobbeis continue to got In thoir work deepitethe resistance burglar proof safes anti vigilant df lec fives At Mineral Voint Vt Is the other nibt they effected an entrance by tearing ofT part of the roof of the bank buiJing then removed the ma apJdeffect For their few hours work they got between 20000 anti 30800 and made good their escape Holland ha nine miles of canal for t7 litIMtMfJltul 8 of nrfW42iOO M1It t cJo ti a 7 g N J X w 71 J a T AGREATLIN- EOFFSPRUG BARGAINS 4 500 Allwool Mens Casi mere Suits swell paterns 4 style and fit at 399 500 Allwool Clay Wor 4 sted Suits best values ever shown in Lexington for f 499 They are made up in the very best style lined with farmers satin sewedwith silk thread and of the latest cut All New Goods e 4 4 COME AVOID rli Biggest Sale Ever Lexington CLOTHIERS AND MERCHANT Y AxrangeYour a Summer TO VISIT Tim AN = IERICANEXPOSITION AT I TO NOV 1 1901 FALLS One of tile Seven Wonders of the World within and hours ride from liiillnlo Thousand Island Mnskoka Lake The Adirondacks and New England points are but a short and delightful e by lake VIA Big Four Route TO On Tuesdays 7 14 21 anti 23 rate of one fare plus round trip- odgo for return leaving Buffalo up to midnicht on following Saturday Tickets on pale daily commencing Tuesday April 30 at the rate nf one tripJoolOn all through tickets either one way or round trip reaiing east of nuffato privilege of stop over for ten day will begranted at Buffalo during the Exposition on deposite of ticket with Joint Agent at that point and payment ol Ice of SI Call on or write Agents Big Four for full circulars of the Exposition etc to AREN J LYNCH W P Oe AG PTAgtI a AgtCINCINNATI HAIRj VIA111 wcaitn of hair is wealth indeed specially a woman Everyl1other i physical attraction is to it We lJ have a book we will 1 gladly send you that tells just how to care for the hair iIf your hair is too lJ frorterHi1 rI- gOrGrowth becomes vigorous and all dandruff is removed- It always restores cpjor to gray or faded hair Retain your youth dont look old before your time J 100 a Lottie AH 4ruZIIitJ torn used your lair Vigor now for about 23 soil I SatisfactOryInrecommended tail Hair Vigor to Imndretls of ray riond and anybodyVigor I shall certainly lC olrjDend- to Just as I getabottlnof4ycxsiiairYior Sirs N E HAMIITOJ NOT 231833 orvkb N Y Writ the Baotitf It joudontobtla all Ihn ben44s you M of tblt Yisw ws hf tweIl 250 Blue Flannel Suits 9 colors guaranteed at 499 I All the ask 900 iiruubyrrrea enjamin LO 0- B New York City t 200 Spring and BalIa garment The best in the world allsizes up to 50 EARLY W RUSH Held In Louis GIiS STRAUS LEADING FINE TAILORS LEXINGTON KEN TUCK Trip BUFFALOM- AY IAGARA rai- lWeekly Excursions BUFFALO information DEP- PSnlPassTttgt secondary dlMuJ dealers dozen LEXIaTONINVEgTMET Q1 Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested Branch office front room over Joplins furniture store L P TODD MGR PUBLIC SALE I will offer for sale 175 acres of Blue HiJlIilas the Kayburn farm lying between the farm of Joe Gibbs and the Yates farm on SATURDAY JUNE 15 1901 The farm will he sold in two tracts of respeCtivelyThegood dwelling with 9 rooms good barn and other buildings orchard of apples and peaches and farm is well watered Church and school house nearby Will IJK sold on reasonable terms of three payments with interest from tune of giving oB wion which will be Octo bet with the part to be seeded anti full pocsession given January lOOt Thus Farrell Auc n HOUSE 22may4w t Java jl sband Mocha Coffee1 The best for Morning and NoonILa FOR SALE BY 2iprm HIGGINS ELLIS THE BEST PAPER Published in the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournal The equal of many dailies and the superiorof all other cmlireekllea or Issued Wednesday and Saturday 104 copies a year and you get it for only 100 A YEAR The Wednesday Issue is acToted to News Matters the Issue to Home Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies cheerfully sent free to all who will ask for them Write to COURIIB JOURNAL Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL AURANOKMENT YOU CAN OET TilE RICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE- TwfceaWeek CenrterJwrMl Both One Year for Only irfi 150 It Always Stops 1 at Expiration JI of Nt for sash sbos4ptle 1iesI eder tki sW i f coj l LEXINGTONS CHAUTAUQUA LOW RATES VIA It3iICyjFrom all Points JUn UOD city ana il11to1 Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars- W O RINEAR80N Q P PATENTSADVICE t 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ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern marketsGod buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention DVgrEVER 111ieii I u ual Inv lm nt DI OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead Tho Company is less than 7 years old and has a greater premium income to the business in force than any life Insurance Company The Amount Paid In Living Benefits 380000Amount Placed in Reverse and Surplus 200000 Anyone desiring an Investment yielding large returns daring lire thIs Company offers special advantages K SMITH BOlAZTVmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky PLOWS V 4 +4 + + + + + Mf + 4f f I weapon has arrived when tilt farmers aro in search of PLObnsaiKl Itlier Farming Implements and that thos in need of such may kiu1v that wo ore still catorins to the wants of this classwe call attention to our lino of j Vulcan Plows New Westernj Disc HarrowsCultivatorst Barlow Corn Hardware Planters Stoves Tinware Buclilcy1lnner== TAYLOR BROS ItC B SMITH Pros F E UAIRD Sec and TransJ L M WARE General Manager J Tho Joon Gu rinty roy 0o 1 Incorporated ftJ Offers you the CONTRACT11On The BEST because it e willmake you the Most Money PLOWS It is BEST because Vthere is no high ratio 3 r t1 4BooksIt requires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company I41The Jelfersonls NEW and under Its Weekly Contract can sell you virtually JGround Floor Business every 18th week itAtrial will prove the wisdom of an Investment in The JIUerlonIj rThIOME OFSICB II No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY OCOAKIZEP 1851 OEO WMOnaiS rres W W niTE Vice Pres TSE MUTUAL LIrE INUAMI E 00 J OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky Pivid TreasJasHenry A Hodge Bapt Agencies Kentucky O187l4bunLLTJe 2S ia Increase in Surplus 15097432 Income for 1300 779527 54 OEceasInsttrasce Ii Fo ce DC rafcer 31 ffl WUS5Q iL H KENNEDY Special Agent 6mtIyRICHMOND KY L1ND STOCK AND CROP Sales of 117 sheep at 3c and 117 200pound hogs at 520 are noticed in the Winchester DemocratThe Interior Jour nal reports the sale of 100 barrels of corn at 250 and 600 bushels of wheat at 75c William Epperson of Mer ritt Clark county sold a fine lot of hogs last week at GJcts The entire lot brought 1000 The Jlenmpre farm of 540 acres on the Clay Mill pike 4 miles from Lexington sold last week at 100 per acre 54000 j E G Duff of Barren county is entitled to the blue rib bin on heavy fleeced sheep His flock averaged ten pounds of good wool clear of burs One produced a fleece of eighteen pounds Glasgow Times JIL Dickerson Son of Burgin have handled over 300000 lbs of hemp this season They have also made numer ous written contracts for the growing crop at 450 per 100 and the rise if any by the time of delivery LANCASTER COURT There were about 150 cattle on the Lancaster market A bunch of 600lb steers brought 4c another lot sold at 3J to 3fc heifers were in demand at 3t to 387 good calves 12 to 20 cows and calves and springers 25 to 10 Plug horses were dull at16 to 10 WINCHESTER COURT Ac cording to the Democrat there were about 500 cattle on the market at Winchester court clay Steers brought from 4i to 41 cents A lot of 500lb yearlings sold for 4c A cow and calf brought 50 A pair of fouryearold mare mules went for 275 Buyers and sellers seemed unable to come together anda good many cattle were unsold Most of the hogs in this section have been shipped in fact but very few remain Fewer hogs are being fed for the summer market than ever before known This is owing to the fact that hogs have been bringing good prices for some time and a nickel a pound is a great temptation to let them go Added to this is the fact that corn is scarce and high and these facts will account for thescarcity of fat hogs for the summer market Winchester Democrat The story comes from Kan sas that a boy out there climbed a corn stalk to see how the corn was getting along and now the stalk is growing up faster than the boy can climb down The boy is plurSjtjiut of sight Three men hayj undertaken to cut down the stalk with axes to save the boy from starvation but it grows so fast that they cant hack twice in the same place The boy is living on nothing but raw corn and he has already thrown down over four bush els of corn cobsEx Kentucky dealers perhaps have neyer figured on the profit to be derived from the eggs in shipping a car load of chickens In shipping a car of chickens to California at this time of the year the eggs laid during the eight days of transit about pay the frieght The car will hold about 3000 and each day the eggs are gathered and at the end of the journey 200 cases will have been filled which when sold in California at 15 cents a HOW Strong Are Y001 punchinganswer that question depends on nutrition when the stomach and other organs of digestion faitstoand hence grows weak That is why no man is stronger than his stomach Discoverycures nutritionThe madetroug twoyesreandremedies apalWTitcthllUdoItthavttMtUteo IHacoveryandac imUWeM4reQ It dozen will realize 450 iich amount will pay the c1rges on the oar Cases cm be taken along and all calcula tions made to care far the daily supply of egg The hen is sure a good thing A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under the Sun All doctors have tried to euro CA TARRH tho usn of powder acid pflstcformTheirmembranes caiwinp them to crask open and bleed The powerful acids used in the illhllrshave eaton away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cute while pastes and ointments cannot reach tIe disease An old mid experienced prac titioner who has fur many years made a close study suit specialty of the treat ment of CATARRH hnsat last IOlfect ell n Treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanently cures CATAURH by re cause stopping the tifF chnrjrei and curing alt inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the alllicted parts This wonderful is known as SNUFFLES tho GUARANTEED CATARRH LURE and is sold at the extremely low price of One Uollarcach package containing internal nUll exter nal medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use perfectCATAIUUI now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all inflamma tion quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve HAY lEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH when netrlected often leads to CONSUMPTION SNUF FLES will save you If ou use It at once It is no ordinary icmedv but a complete treatment which is positively guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any form or stage if used accord in c to the directions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from tho discoverer of this wonderful remedy recanting your case without cost toyou beyond the regular price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address In the United States or Canada on receipt of Ono Dollar Address Dept 0959ED1 WIN B GILES COMPANY 2330 and 2232 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr Charleston resents any sug gestion that its fair will not be ready to open by Decem ber 1 the date set for the commencement If it is Charleston will have broken the record for expositions A few months ago food which I ate for breakfast would not remain on my stomach for half an hour I used one bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure mid can now eat breakfast and other meals with a relish and my food is thoroughly digested Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for stomach troublesII S Puts Ar IIII ton Texas Kodol Dyspepsia Cum digests what you catPerry Thomas Hoot Mon There was no need of your going abroad to spend that ten million There are plenty of deserving poor at home whom only modesty forbids our naming Mrjiflas Brown of Putsfaduth Va earsfIUclans could tInt help him fleW itt Witch Hazel Salve cured him pet mauently PERRY t THOMAS The New York Yacht Club seems to have tied the race situation up very nicely with its red tape Possibly how ever it may turn out to be a case of yellow streak Danger disease aud death follow neglect of the bowels Use DeWitts Little Early Risers to regulate them and you will add years to your life and life io your yea P Easy to take never gripe PEnny THOMAS There is not the least doubt that the British press is sys tematically taking dispatches designed to breed ill feeling between the United States and Russia The worst of it is that the press associations aid in this work by transmitting their inventions Why doesnt some enter prising publisher give us an original mother goose with the old rhymes unchanged The modern mother goose has been improved until it is worth nothing to those who remember the old onenow unprocurable The Republican idea of re ciprocity as exemplified by the action of the Senate is that the foreign powers should give usjiheir markets and we should reciprocate by giving them the marble heart A western murderer under sentence of death has been kept alive for some six or eight years by means of the machinery of Courts Is it any wonder that we should have occasional lynchings A Kansas preacher has been discoursingon a murder which- h describes euphoniously to hell for three cents Thus Tom Johnsons street car fare doctrines are gaining ground Of course it is sad for the writers of historical novels who got on the baud wagon too late but it is very well fortheepublic that the fashion has changed in that respect Napoleon once said that all Europe would in time be either Riissianor Republican Of course J Pierpont Morgan was not known in those days It is not at all surprising tlldplayShylock the noney j ft t iJ Toasting broiling baking ironing anything that can be done with a wood or coal fire is done better cheaper and quicker on a WICKLESS1 Flame Blue Oil StoveHeat is not diffused through out the housethere is no smell soot or danger and the expense of operating is nomi nat Made in many sizes sold wherever stoves are sold If your dealer does not have it write to nearest of OILLcoPc DOUGLAS SIMMONS SOLE AGENTS RICHMOND KY mysIstery a confession which nobody can disprove Henc the mur dercss seems likel to go un whipped of the law tHow in the name of common sense is the to suppress the salool4around the army or enforce the laws for the States I Its too bad the i eclipse should had a sumatr1wrap per of fog mers had gone so far to see it To the Powers Pip get ting tired of these bluffs If you cant put up shut up The Sultan OKLAHOM tIndian Territory Arkansas tTexas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central- By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon O5as a Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville For schedules and rates write to R H FOWLER Tray Pass Agt I C RIL- oulullle Ky Low Rate Excursions to Colorado and Utah EVERY DAY Via lurliii on Koutr commencing June 18 continuing through the summer These will bethe lowest rate summer exclusions ever made to tile Rocky Mountain region Tho general basis is one ONE KAKE PLUS 2 for the round trip but on certain dates for in stance from July 1st to 9lh inclusive Lower than halt Rites are Offered lhe Bl1rlin lon IJouie is the best lino the main travel line to Colorado This in a rare chance to get an out- Ing in this magnificent scenic and de lightful summer region The general scheme oi excursion rates is so exten sive and vitricd that inquiries for de tails should be made of tile nearest ticket agent or of the undersigned Do us the favor to write for information printed matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for the public as well as Epworth Leaguers less than half rates Get berths early in the Burlingtons special through tourists sleeper to San Francisco leaving daI Cth to 13th nightfromthroughScenic California Every Wctlnesday per inExcursionsers same route as above fcend for descriptive folder W1ISIIAW L W WAKKLY D lAtOttVlnoSt Q PA Cincinnati O St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager SU Louts Mo Cmarly coy Offers the following attrac tions ANNUAL MEETING Imperial Council OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo June 11 and 12 130 One Fare for the Round Trip PLSS2 B wortn Lugu UnUDg SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18 to 21 FEfiTY FEDUED FJlTs SPECIAL EXCURSIONS 76 COLOXiW AID UTAH June July August and September One Fare the Round Trip PLUS J2J96 t IM tait ier IfoiIItteI oMl Mer riftiriu- ft T M ATTHMW TioarPMtI tIrHOrxYWHIIJ if jT I i t No other- package cof fee goes so- far or gives- such entire satisfaction as ARBUCKLESPASTED Costs only a cent more than the common kinds Gives more CUp and better wrapperlachoneeach package ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept c loads on Ky aoi B m Insure your dwcllli prop ertyin the BLUe COM PANY of Lexington y Gives protection against FIRE MINING No assessment calls on losses occur to other menibtra fee charged to become a The cheapest and mot re the people of our county the State and gets cheaper to onehalt after the first lMFor further BeautksI L P ADAMS Agent and court house may24ly with the County Ky ouini11e AU Schedule in DAILY EX y For TRAINS LEAVE byvlJle Louisville a m sndCiaclnnsti ifl For Irvine m For Millers Creek pm TRAINS ARRIVE From Louisville m Cincinnati pm From Irvine pm From Millers Creek am American O H We have then in nil styles and shapes to fit every figure and every corset is sold under this most liberal warrant Money refunded after four weeks trial if corset is not satisfactory1tTlt Look for this Trade Mark onI i14eof corset and on box KAlAMAZOO CoRsEt CO uk i ysp Mk FOSALERY WcGR1GG- y y t LYSKTii VILEY THE CTA1LOR Makes LexingtonsSWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lot of IMQOeFrom New York and desireR to make you an uptodate SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally all the clothes his house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Winter or any tailor west oi Now York H TRY HIM Jfo W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXINQTON KY l3feblyWall Paper Paints 0e H Right Goods Right Prices are the essential factors to be consider ed in the buying of gooods of whatever natureWe the former and our quotations will establish the latter on everything in the line of Wall Paper Picture Frames Window Shades Paints Oils Varnishes and Glass Largest stock in cen tral Kentucky Geo M1ii1i g Maaufecturer of all kinds of Pi U forltkiuda 61 P JScs f87O l t Any one need ing a Sewing Machine wall find th- eStandard And1 Norwood The only strictly up todate Sewing Ma chines on the market Call iu and ex amine these goods TO rREPAIRING AND TIMEING FINE tWATCHES rJ E LANE at- ercweta Ir All York fiiaraaleed Main Street- RICHMOND KY jY close and careful you will find our line of RefrigaratorsIce Water Coolers The Best and the- vLowest THE STANDARD D B1 HA KELF RD i MPANY tVMAIN STREET RICHMOND KY I F F7 7f 7 QUIT 4 L inspection BUSINESS Haying decided to quit business we will sell our entire ++ SSSr BOOTS SHOES ETC Regardless of COST So if you need now or ever to need a pair this is the time to buy as you will probably never have another opportunity like this We have be tween 6000 and 7000 worth of goods that must be disposedof at once in order to stop expenses are quotedsome of our prices Ladies Fine Shoes worth S 3 50 now go at S 2 60 U h 3 00 2 15 2 50 185 2 00 1 60 1 50 1 00 Mens Eine Shbes worth 4 00 now go at S 3 00 3 50 a n a 2 60 i 3 00 2 35 rU 2 50 a a 1 75 I 2 00 a c 1 60 Mens Bootees 5 00 3 60 4 00 a a a 3 00 proportionThe and allothers at same cut rates Callearly and select what you want we will do the rest 4+44 4+4+ +4+ Main Street Opp Court House L A SPECIALTY Xv Prices expect Below Shoes Freeman Bros I THE NEW lUlluULLLuu CULTIVATOR CLAIMS The advantages possessed by The New Departure over all otuer Cultivators are very numerous anul valuable Space will not premit naming all of them Briefly we can maintain for The New Dopar ture 1 That it is the most simple in con struction and easiest operated 2 The front or carriage is composed entirely of iron and steel occupieslittlo4 It is more durable and will outlast any other Cultivator 5 It cost the farmer less for repairs Or It is lighter and requires less draft from the team 7 Ithas no down draft or side pressure C 8 It causes no soro necks or Railed shoulders 49 It has no complicated eve ncreach horse is compelled to do his share of work 10 The pitch of the shanks having safetypin braces can be adjusted to a nicety Hlt runs steadier over crossfurrows and uneven ground 12 On side hill ground the wheels are always retained in the path of the team bythedraftJ3 plow closer to the fences at the ends of rows 14 It has the celebrated Fattce Shover which give the most perfect satt faction 15 It leaves the teams with sound neck and shoulders and in better condition for Ibo harvest 18 The New Departure oariaK a higher and wider clearance will pMs over corn In the most advanced MeitH of caluvattoa with the least to the tall stalks whereas with other cultivator the seek yoke tongue and braces come ia contact with the row of plants and destroy a large percentage of tile taller stalks when toying by crop DOUGLAS SIMMONS IA1DWAIE STOVES 1RIXGIIIlLEEITS mchlly D T u r t j t The Richmond Climax J O ClIENAULTmlroprletor- A D MILLER Manager B LEE DAVIS Editor THOS HPICKELS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY JUNE C 1001 PCHLISUBD rVEB WKDNKSDAY BY The Climax Printing Co PIUC1S PElt YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET ron couirrr JCDOB N D TURPIN von COUnT ATTOBSB J TEVIS COBB FoR UItKtPT JOHN F WEns IU Ukk JAMES C iCY Yon CLEKX JESSE CUBS FOB BEPBESEXTAT1VE CUAS L 8EABCY FOR StiIOOL BUPKBINTEXDESI J W VAQEES FOB ASSKSSO- ttQEOnOE NOLAND FOB ECBVETOB S F ROCK Tog CLIFF SAMUELS ANNOUNCEMENTS ron POUCE JUDGE We are authorized to announce JUDGE H C RICE for reelection to the office of Police Judge of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held Jnne20 1901 FOB cm ATTOKIBT We authorized to announce J TALBOT JACKSON a candidate for reelection to the office of City Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A C WELLS a candidate for the nomination of City Attorney subject to the action of the Demo ciatic party We are authorized to announce W R LETOHER Jr a candidate for City Attorney subject to the action of the Democrat FOB MAYOB We are authorized to announce CLARENCE E WOODS a candidate for Mayor of the City Richmond subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce DAVID R TEVIS a candidate for Mayor of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES B STOUFFER a candidate for Mayor of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce CALVIN MAUPIN a candidate for of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNCILMEN COVET JIOCSE We are authorized to announce W L LEEDS a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 2V1M1 We are authorized to announce JAS W SMITH a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June authorized to announce JOSEPH W BALBS a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 we are authorized to announce CHARLES JACOBS a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 authorized to announce LYMAM PARRISH a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 UALL We are authorized to announce E HBYBEE a candidate for Councilman subject to the action f the Democratic primary June 23 1901 We are authorized to announce B JUETT a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 We are authorized to announce L T WIL SON a candidate for ouncllman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 not tJXIVBBSITT We are authorized to announce V L ARNOLD a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 23 are authorized to announce E E Mc CANN a candidate for Councilman subject to the aetlon of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 FOB CHIEF OF rOUCB AVe are authorized to announce W L SIM MONS a candidate for Chief of Police sub ject to the action of the Democratic Primary June 20 1501 We are authorized to announce JAMES II ALLMAN a tandidate for Chief of Police of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic City Primary June 20 Vii are authorized to announe J D FEENY a candidate for Chief of Police of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic primary 20 1901 FOR COX8TABLK We are authorized to announce L M 8CRIVNER a candidate for Constable in the Richmond District subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 We are authorized to announce JOE BUSH a candidate for Constable in the Richmond District subject to the action the Democratic primary June 20 1901 We are authorized to announce FRANK KENNEDY a candidate for Constable the Richmond District subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 CIf BrorCo11 LEXINGTON KY4 Jt THE WALL PAPER CRITIC In every home the comfortable and artistic ideas are the womans It is otlle feminine taste that makes the house beautiful She is the one who neiecU tile decoration She is the Wall Paper critic It is her eye which select the most appropriate Wall Paper combination When she enters our Wall Paper Department she will flnd it very easy to choosepatterns tlatJill be beautiful sad pleasing We selected this years stock of Wall Paper with the idea of pleasing Kentucky women We dont believe we ever offered snch a wider ne of designs and colorings i Tfho very prettiest decorative papers tboronghly artistic are lobe found here The very best most careful Npaper hangers at your service alto jliere The very lowest prices quality 4for quality are to be found tacked to lhe e papers A typical offering k TH jrAREClIAL KEILAn ex quieite English design has delicate creanj ground covered citb large yell w rosesrwith longDtemsaijd beauti fuiliivc3 Lf Ptce 25c4t sOne cA Many 4z L r l TOE Willlamslown Couri rr owned and edited by Hon John H Webtover has just issued a mammoth souvenir edition that lay is the shade all prevouselTorts of the rural press in the souvenir line It is printed iu colors contains over fifty large quarto paces and nearly five hundred halftone engravings of people and places promir nent in the business political education religious and social history of Grout county The paper Is a veritable art gallery and encyclopedia and Is an evidence of the mechanical uptodate ness of tho Courier office as well as the journalistic ability of Mr Westover who is conceded to be one of the fore most editors in the State IT is telegraphed from Frankfort that Governor Beckbam will appoint Judge James D Black of Barboursville to succeed Judge Tinsley as Judge of the mountain circuit No man in that section Is better qualified for the place than Judge Black and if he will arcept it hie appointment will not only give satisfaction to the people of that district both Republicans and Democrats and reward a faithful party work er but give Governor Beckbam the opportunity to do the graceful thing toward his most formidable opponent in the convention that nominated him for liovernor AN extra session of Conirress is talk ed of to enact tariff legislation for the Philippine Islands PERSONAL Mr A Graham of Irvine was in tovtrt Friday Mr and Mrs Bland Ballard have returned to Danville Rev Jasper K Smith has returned to Little Rock Ark Miss Martha Clay of Paris is visit ing Miss Sallie White Mr George Willis of Crab Orchard Is visiting friends here Mr O E Smith of Lexington was here Thursday and Friday Miss Georgia Letton of Carlisle is the guest of Miss Bettie Breck Mr Win of Jessamine coun ty is attending Commencement Miss Fannie Boone of Louisville is the guest of Miss Carlisle Walker Mien Pattie Cornelison of St Louis is the guest of Miss Maudo Mason Mr J R Miller of Little Rock Ark is the guest of college friends here Judge J 5f Benton of Winchester was here Monday on legal business Mr Henry Lloyd of Chicago is the guest of his sister Miss Alice Lloyd Mrs W F Francis is visiting relatives in Boyle and Lincoln counties Mr J J Williams of Paris visited friends hero several days last week Mr Frank Walker of Paris attended the closing exercises of Madison Insti tute Miss Ruth Parrish of Midway attended the closing exercises of Madison InstituteMr Hampton of Winchester was the guest of Mr R E Little last week Mr W B Smith has been visiting his daughter Mrs W G White of LouisvilleMr Mrs John N Turner of Campbellsville are the guests of rela tives nere Miss Bessie Crowe is at home from Frankfort where she has been teach ing school Mrs Lillie Logan Keene is at home from South Carolina to spend the sum merMr Warfield Clav Bennett of Columbia College New York is at home for vacationMiss Elizabeth Robinson of Win Chester is the guest of Mrs George W Evans Sr Mr Charles McCord of Winchester lisa been spending several days with friends here Mrs John Turley attended the Wes lynn College commencement at Win chester last week Mr W J Steinert who has been teaching school at Jackson the past term is in town Mrs R E Adams and daughter of Louisville is the guest of her mother Mrs A T Million Mesdames Foster of Lexington and Save of Nicholasville aro the guests of Mrs H n Pickels Prof J D Clark of Lexington spent several days pleasantly with friends here last week Dr John C Miller of Jessamine county was mingling with the court day crowd here MondayiMr I V Steenbergen of West Vir ginla is attending the commencement exercises of nls alma mater Miss Lucy Tribblo of Sholbyville was the guest last week of Mrs W F Francis and other relatives Miss Sue Leonard of Cynthiana is MaysieLeonard Congressmanelect J B Irvine en route homo from Louisville stopped over here Wednesday Mrs H O Smith of Cynthiana was AgnesIG O Prewitt and wife of Rich mond attended the funeral of John H jolT Friday Winchester Democrat Misses Best and hurter of Mays villa have been the pleasant guest ol Miss Marie Harber for the past week Mr Dan Jones of London who has cornetstisScott returnedfromteaching school to spend her vacation at home Mrs Thomas of Paris was the guest duringIInstitute Mr and Mrs John M Allen and byMrdays here NicholasviUeguests of Mrs H L Perry returned home Saturday granddaughterguests of Mrand Mrs Rufus P Phelps near Bluegrass Rev JR Boatman of Lexington was with friends here a time last fullyrepreeeatiaga UeSdayslastMr George S Burnam of St LOOM one of the most popular boys who afewdaysMrs Hannah Dejarneit and KmMattie G M adeef eOlillty8Ie vlekin Mrs Sam Rice and daughter Miss Carrie OH Secoad street Stanley eaUd TM INf t ha beenlor dan the delightful aad popularof Miss M ary Little Mrs Sumuel WUlis who hiss bwm JosephMmIKrtarn JMMM lit a week LaxtaMiMi IrildMimes EUzabMilrk led Kora AitttMi on aDd BSTIWPI thopast two months returned to her IeJazetteSholbyville who WAS one of the pillars- of Central University during h con nection with it is tho guest of his sou Mr Win Wilson Jr Misses Mary Little and Kate Smith and Messrs Clarence Kennv Curry Dedman Brent Green J H Tevis Jl E Little and G WPickela Jr attend ed the Winchester hop last Wednesday night The many friends of Mr L W Doolan C U Oc will be glad to hear of his graduation with high honors from the Theological Institute of Louisville He has been offered and has accepted the pastorate of a leading church at Owensboro lad The Married Peoples Euchre Club was delightfully entertained by Mr Tlursda7eveningfather on West Main Tim decorations of the house were beautiful the menu and service perfect and a most pleasant evening was rapidly whiled away At their meeting Friday evening tile Richmond Lodge ef Elks decided to gentlemenMadison county in the early part of this month This will give the public a chance to view the elegant new club rooms of the local horned fraternity Refreshments and music will enhance the pleasure of the occasion which is being eagerly looked forward to by our social circles The following gentlemen from a distance attended the Monday even- Ing Messrs David Fox Harvey Prewitt and Reeze Owinjrs of Mt John Power Ed Htitchcraft WilLamI Oalt Hinton of Paris Robt Gordon Van Norman and John Chan dler of Louisville Evans and a num ber of S A E boys from Lexington James Phillips Cruse Rash and Dud ley of Winchester Kinnard Beas ley and West of Lancaster and Francis and Denny of Paint Lick Among the graduates of Central University none will be more general than Mr C C Addams of Cynthiana who left for his home last Thursday His winning ways and sunny disposition have made him true and lasting friends during his four years stay among us We feel safe in saying that beyond adoubt he was the most popular man in College this year He has accepted a position with the Electric Company of his native city The dance given Monday evening by Frattrultyinpie was the event of the season The walls of the room were uayly festooned with S A E symbols banners and tapestry the floor was in prime con dition and the orchestra under the direction of Prof Atherton of Frankfort was all that could be do sired Many out of town belles and beaux were in attendance and all left thoroughly impressed with the perfection of the affair and its managementMrs L Perry entertained charmingly Friday evening in honor of her popular visitors Misses West and Duncan of Nicholasville Her beau tiful home on time Summit was handsomely decorated and illuminated and Prof Walkers orchestra furnished musical inspiration to her guests Added to this a tasty and elegant luncheon a lawn eminently lilted for mete a tetes and an ideal night for theoccasion made Mrs Perrys reception one of the most pleasant en joyable features of Commencement week One of the swellest and most recher of stagbanquetSigma Nu fraternity to their alumni brothers at Joes Saturday evening Monsieur Giunchigliaui was at his best and furnished a menu worthy of Del presentdidwell to Richmond on the part of Sigma yearbeevent of the success of the consolidation movement An imposing array dresssuited brethren ntheredarounll tho festive board and in toast and re miniscent talk whiled away hours that will long linger in the minds of those in attendanceMr Chenanlt and charming sister Miss Emily of Richmond at tended the dances in this city last weekMessrs Burton Farris and Z T Rice two Elks of the Richmond tribe were here to see the Richmond boys wallop our base ball teamMissJeanie Feland of Richmond has been the guest of Lancaster friendsMr- P E Arnold and wife of Richmond have been visiting Lancaster relatives iMIeses Pearl and Ruth Wiggins and Miss Sndie Bonny of Richmond Humphreylastexceedingly pleasant yonD representative of the Register was a MayDuersouJones of Lexington returned to their homes Mondayevening after a pleasant Leavelland sis hlaganLancasterRecord RELIGIOUS Rev B M6hive of Campbellsville who was tendered the pastorate of the hasdeclinedUncle Joe Hopper is conducting an interesting revival at Silver Creek chapel Sixteen additions were reported up to Sunday night MARRIED DUNNCOUCIIMAN Mr James G Dunn a prominent and welt know far neighborhuodday May 28 to Mrs Ellen Couchman Mr Dunn is a highly respected gentleman His bride is the widow of John Couchman deceased- MCKINNEYLONOMr Jnne Mc Mciinneylivingend of the Barnes Mill pike was married last to Miss Jessie Long stepdaughtcrof Richard Clark The young couple havemany friends who wish them a voyage over the matrimonial sea- DOZIEKLONO While her objecting parents Vere soundly sleeping Miss Susie K Long the handsome daughter of Squire John Po Long of Cotton Wednesdaywas in waiting and drove to this city where they wero quietly married at the residence oflIrand Mrs D C Bigxerstaff at380a m hisbed JWThehappyhoneymoon theliverycity and a most estimable gentleman while lila bride is as pretty us sha is heartycongratulations BIRTHS oldRlchmoBdbusfaesa UMW ef East St L uie Mo id the proud p 4M ot a 11 poHsd girl with wdY8christened Jiofli Coddingtoa Myers DEATHS KAMI Dnel Jfurns aged AS iii- exUjuje s4ei h1e4 iI4ay ioems a4 his jo VtOimm Hrjrfu MW iiiHarrisprin formeriysod manager of lbs Ellison milU difil last week m nli l county where he 4fBT and re moved hear f his demise A wife and several children are left to mourn his loss STONE As we go to press we learn of the death of Mr W II Stone which occured at his home in Louisville yes terday morning from heart disease who was about 20 years old was the oldest son of exState Auditor S H Stone and grandson of Major John D Harris He was Insurance Commis popuharityacquaintances The news of his death has created prof uud sorrow here in lib broujhthereCHENAUIT News of tIme death oi Judge William Ohenault Dean of the law faculty of Central University at the home of his daughter Mrs W K Argo at Colorado Sprints Colo reached here Sunday in a telegram to his law partner Senator John Bennett and occasioned genuine sorrow and regret in the entire community where for so long he was a familiar and von erated figure For several years prIor to his death he had been in feeble health duo to an attack of palsy and the announcement of his death was not a surprise to those acquainted with hit infirmity About a year ago he went to Hot Springs in the hope ol restore tion and later to Colorado Springs where time final summons came on Saturday Deceased who was CG years old was the son of Joseph P and Narcissus Oldham Chonault and was born in this county near historic ISoonesborough He graduated at Dartmouth College in the class of 56 Returning to Richmond ho began the study of law and soon rose to such emi nence in the profession as to be offered the presidency of time Kentucky Col lege of Law at Louisville which he accepted and filled for eight years with credit to himself as well as the institu tion lie was one of the originators 01 the Kentucky liar took great interest in its deliberations He was also one of the founders of the famous Filson Club and prepared several valuable papers on the early history of Kentucky for that organization He was perhaps the greatest living authority on the pioneer history of the State and his researches were as ex haustive as they were valuable After severing his connection with time Louis yule College of Law he returned to this city and formed a law partnership with Hon John Bennett which remained until his death He was the Brat man to advocate the extension 01 the Louisville Nashville Railroad to this city from Stanford and by his able speeches and vigorous newspaper articles aroused public sentiment to the feasibility of the enterprise Al though a Baptist he was an earnest advocate of time location ol Central University iu this city When the law department of Central University was established be was made Dean of the faculty a position which he held until ill health forced him to relinquish its duties As a teacher of law ho had no superior in this generation and some of time brightest young lawyers in the Slate are proud to boast he was their teacher As an advocate as well as lawyer he stood in the front rank while in scholarly attaidments his equal was difficult to find Like the great Franklin he was careless in his dress and modest and unassuming in manner but commanded esteem and admiration by the gentleness of his naturejthe probity of his character and of his intellect In his death Madison county loses one of her most gifted sons and distinguished citizens whoe labors have perhaps added as much luster to her fame as any man born within her confines Judge Che nault was a brother of Prof Jason Che limIt the noted teacher and by blood and marriage was related to many of the most prominent families of Central Kentucky Tho remains accom pa lied by his daughter Mrs Argo will arrive nere today antI the interment will take place in the Richmond ceme tery beside his beloved wife who proceeded him to the grave by a few years Arrangements for the funeral and burial have not yet been made but will be under the auspices of the Richmond Bar Association of which lie was an honored member Court Day Market Norris Bros report between 400 and 500 cattle at their pens Monday Time market was dull and trading slow Prices ranged from 31 to 5c Sheep were slow at 250 a head But few horses changed hands prices varying from 65 to S100 There was no demand for mules One pair was offered for 280 but only S250 was bid for them and they were not sold Auctioneer W P Prewittsuys it was the dullest court day he has seen since the smallpox was hare No Jurisdiction la the Case The suit brought by David Chenault and otheriPemocrats against Republican County Judge E C Million and County Clerk John F White enjoining and restraining said officials from entering upon the records tho judg went confirming the Commissioners report reapportioning Madison county into now magisterial districts and new voting precincts argued before Circuit Judge Scott at Winchester last week was decided last Wednesday by Judge Scott who in a brief opinion held that ho had no jurisdiction in said case He dissolved time temporary restraining ordet and refused to grant the plaintiffs an injunction His judgment takes effect at tIme expiration of 20 days but in time meantime the plaintifffe have lief to apply to tie Court of Appeals for a review of the judgment The de cision is considered a victory by the Republicans who will now proceed to make the Fiscal Court safely Republi can by carrying out their little gerry mandering scheme Free College citylineUniversity buildings in the event that Central University consolidated with Centre College He suggests that tha groundsiucitizens of Richmond and Madison collegetothe county levy As the valuation of taxable in Madison county is between 9005000 and 10000000 he thinks the additional tax for the maintenance of the school would not be felt tp any appreciable extent When the college is thus established his plan contemplates free tuition to every boy and girl who graduates from the common tthemeducation at college without having to olttIideinMadisonliefiguresencouragingState aa a school of this and its establishment would mark an epoch ia inKemtucky ItimasbeentheUniversityheresition may come up at some future rejectioRotthe8 wars ef ttiulBKHis for Catarrk The 4C Htan Mercury An icercary will surely destroy th MM f a Hnh 2 IIet Iy deraufe itLliroeghitic should iwvec be wed exce4 oe plquohaatold to UMta004YOU caIlM eatrrhODmADin Toledo O oomuin 110 swrawr and Is taken latently acting directly ofthe ItIhId9 Ohio by r J Cheney k Co 1ft ta fle9 1 uoats In t- hj1 tl t i COURT OF OiAIllS Continued from Supplement Davis Eugene 1 60- Furgcrsou George 1 12J Fathering Jerry 1 50 Gentry Toni 1 60- tfukle J D ISO Horn Ahdn 1 50 Johnson Tom ISO Jude VihI1m50 rll50mUer 04PRichards H 5160 Stone Wm 1 60 Tribble Dan l GO Tribble Sam 1 50 Turner Albert 150 Walters Tom 150 Waner Jim 110 Winkler Ed 1 12J Voon AlexlSOROA- Dxo 152 innAJi UEEVE3OVE1tSEEL Baber W f 1 B- ODnnbarA JBO Dunbar Q j20 Eades James v 2 35 Gott LVl 50 PowellJeffV Hid PowellTill 80 ParkerFrankVV l60 Reeves Hiram l 50 Reeves V Shaap Isaac 1 20 Wool ey TomV l 50 ROAD XO 153 JA1Usj OtA OVEBSEEB Abner Lee VV15 0 Elides Johu 160 Jordon John 150 Kirby Cagei50 Lanler Robert VV l 5O Lanter RN VVV 2 20 I anter JamesV SO Noland James 1 50 Wooselev Dave SO Wells RR 160 Wall WR 1 so WoolryWV SO Woolsley W F SQ Wilson Pres 80 ROAD KO154 RALPH PRE OVERSEER Brookshirc W W 1 50 Brumback Chins i CQ Cobb BobtV i so Eades JohnV1 50 Hugnely Tira 1 50 Irvine Deo i 20 Kirtz GeorgeV 1 50 Moore John i 50 Parke JonahV 4 50 Pal kc Ralph 1 50 Reeves H K isoTerrill Will 1 50 Wall RobertV l 50 ROAD NO 158 S B ROGERS OVERSEER Allen Daniel 1 50 Evan Vess 1 60 Jackson D W 4 50 Lamb DillardV 160 Maupin H 75 McGuire Geo W 1 50 ROAD NO 159 J W 1II8LB OVEHSEER Haley George i 50 Hugnely LVV 1 60 Hu Uely John 1 50 Huguelv Amy 3 00 Hisle Thomas l 50 ihisleJWV 1 50 Tracy Pendleton 50 VittihiliardV l 50 ROAD NO 162 JAMES MILLER OVERSEER BowmanJas W 7 20 Cobb Jesse I 93 Golden Robert 1 00 King henryVV 1 00 Lackes Y M 1 00 Miller Jas 0V 23G Rayburn M TV 2 36 Turner JasperV 75 Searcy O L 35 Sowers R L 1 50 Wagers J VV 1 50 Wagers W JV 2 S6 Wagers E H 1 50 ROAD HO 168 W lISLE OVERSEER Covin ton Oby I 50 CarpenterIYJIV 3 Op Denny Jim l 10 Gripgs Jim 1 50 Jackson Jim 1 50 JacksonA t l 50 Hendrix D 95 Hisle WVMV 3 00 Martin BenV 1 50 Rod us MV 1 50 Wilson Ben 7G Walton KeHl1 50 Walton WoodV 1 50 ROAD NO 169 JIIfTON COVINOTOX OVER SEER Benton OharleY4 O- Oovin ton J W 150- OovIn ton M C 300 Oornelison J B 75 KidwellTJ j SO Owens M E VViso PoweIlJMV l50i Pearson Scudder 50 Wooley W BVROAD NO 170 JOHN yBKUMBAOK OVERSEER BrumbacK W HV t 50 BrumbackJAV 375 lisle Mote 1 O Jones Ohio 150 RoAD NO 171 war HILL OVERSEER Brock John 1 50 OhenaultBen 75 Hill Will 1 60 flhuiMBV 225 Martin WillV r 75 Martin Tom 75 Norris Younger 75 Parker TomV 75 Pearson Dud i 50 ParkerLeslie VV 7S Willoughby EverettV 75 ROAD NO 174 Wli TltWDAYOVEB BEEftV- Baxter D M 150 Bates Herryd 100 Chenault Ernest IriO Chenault WmVVV lW Chenault Obo VVVV 1JJO Fox James 1 8Dunn Arch 375 GrayGeut iVV75 Fox Green 0fio Tevis Green 4 rJ MuBday Wm 1 O Oldham May 00 Royce S G 150 Shearer D M 100 Shearer JW Shearer Thoe 75 ROAD 20 179 S B Stem ovzasass 300Baxter50GriUgeSam 30Moolet0118Meorc Rebt 1 iQ soWilliamaJ KOAB XO 189 W k tHJFSAH 4Y Jifeek WahierV 1MDitrhautIIJIIOC1CeohlnMI1I 1 IWestJIJ 50 l JIIH r BepaetteRenndosLti BurnatiToiVBronaton OHrer Saab John ifiit J 1 ItiI to aiTr1 JD IIJones Howard 80 88James80RoyrcSmith FolderV 8White Henry 14- 9Jesle so 80TyborROAD NO 188 A n DALTON VERSEER1 Craw J 1 50 Dalton AD 4 50 Harris R W 150 Johnston C K 1 60 Johnson Jeff 1 50 Lagsdou u A I 60 Ambrose Hedge 1 50 Pearso J VV 150 Witt Leslie 1 50 ROAD XO 193 ARCHIBAL DASZLS OV2R SEER Daniels ArcilibalV 4 50 DanielsRmtvi 50 Gibbs Alexander 751 Golden Richard Harris Joe 75 Riddle DanV 75 Smith Joe 75 ROAD NO S B NOLAXD 0V RSEER Bonny James 2 00 Green MartinV 1 20 Junes J M SO Noland G R 20 Parish George SO ROAD xo JAS w sjim IVERSEER BArclay Peter 13 00 McCord R P 3 McCord Farris 1 flU McCord David 1 50 Moore Roland 1 50 Moore Mil 1 50 Moore Clarence 1 liI Moore Scott 1 60 Moore Joel 1 50 30 Parrish Ernest 3 00 150 Eugene I 50 Powell t Vm 3 00 300SmUhMaster Commissioner Notice to Creditors MADISON CIBCOT COURT Austin D Stones Admr PltU Against JB White Ac Dft All shaving claims agalnU the es tate of Austin B Htone are herebr notified to file the aame legally verified wltb the undersigned on or the lit nayaC3eptemller 1801 or same will be barred S E SCOTT U C M C C SJuntt I tI Master Comrs Notice to editors MADISON CIBCrjT COURT Jeff McKinney Admr ic PIS LJeffa All persons haTing claims againn the entate of JeH MrKinney decd are be notified to file the same legallr verifiedjtiih the tin derslgned on or before the 2d 1901 or same will be barred da71Jeptember S E SCCSTT may294w MOMC c STRAYED OR STOLEN From my place near Rice Station Estill county on the night ql May 26 one bay horse 9 years old blte hind feet and knot on of njdit knee also one dark hay fillv are sup posed to have left together Any in formation leading to the coTery of one or both will be liberals rewarded Address AARON DLE Mices Station Estill con ty Ky VVV- ii WWWW THE Farquhar ghubeen the lead- ingTHRESHERg 2 for 45 years too well knavn too t gSendof Engines Threshing Michin g pry Saw Mills and Agriultural Implements mailed free I A B FARQUHAR CO Id- is YORK PA I 9 may294wVq 39Q qM FM FOB SE I desire to sell p vately my FA RM known aSle Col Reuben Mundaj farm situa KytwoBigHilland the old Muddy Creek State road containin about 400 acres of land L good portion of said fart is grass the balance icultivation This can bmade one of the most de irable stock farms in the ounty moderate improvemen 3 with horse and cattle barns a splendid cave sprit near the house with an ab dance etclTermspossession given Jan iry 1 1902For further particul rs ap AgtCrabOrchard Hubbard who lives n the farm will take pleas re in showing the place line cto any one desiring o see same Irs luy E Bred majrMw STAJIFI fen KY FREE i 4Irty ft Tbomaa tVo5etcI1 ArtMU 4lrsjVIV lasekeesArlnefVt igsbaa iI SPRING BEAUTIES WE HAVE SOME OF THEVVVVV rnE1T Ij GoOOs OF THE SEASON NO ONE EXCELS US IN SELECTION OF BEAUTY AND STYLEV I A FEW PRICES 4 121cGinghams8and1Oc Liwns5 10 and 18c Washsilks in solid colors extra width69cCre- tons l5an-dlScSilkaline10 12t and 15c I Apron Ginghams 5 and 6ic I ydAI I Colored Underskirts50 and ODe Black Mercerised Skirts 5 and 10inchIPlaited Flounce Lead PencilsPencls1and 3c eachI 4 Cor Main First St ROLLER MILL FOR e SALE Having concluded that my health will no longer permit me to engage in milling business I have decided to sell privately my FLOUR AND GRIST MILL Known ns the Elliston Mill 7 miles tJli8t of Richmond Ky on the Rich mond and Irvine pike and about 134 miles front Moberley on the L A railroad This mill is operated both by water and steam can be run by water on an average of 6 months in the year Good boiler and engine with wocd or coal handy and cheap In connection with the property Is a good residence with 6 rooms good stock barn ice house rich garden 3 or 4 acres of land a good store room for merchandise or grain deposit and live stock scales The machinery in the mill is comparatively new This is property for an active business man to make money at once For any further information apply to the undersigned at Waco Ky or Judge John C Ciienaumlt Richmond Kv DAVID GHANA ULT JR 22maytf VVV EGGSAND BUTTER SS+ We will pay the highest CASH Price for Eggs and ButterAlso desire to purchase for CASH a supply of Hams Bacon and Shoulders S Miller A Bros SECOND ST PHONE 165 RICHMOND KENTUCKY TAM TO R AtEI I will sell privately my farm containing 485 ACRESMere or less well improved mostly in grass well fenced well watered and in high state of cultivation situated on the Stony Run and Ford turnpike 2 miles south of Ford and 9 miles north of- RichmondKy Any one desiring to pur chase can call on me at home and for other references J Stone Walker R E or G B Turley Richmond Ky ROBT C BOGGS Urasylw RED HOUSE KY 5 I Slate FREB 44 4 + 444 + Dont forget to ask for the Cooatitners lid MerchntzV BENniITSCRIPCUSTOMEI ONEIXXLARfromanyMerchaJitwboKna 5 Scrip1Whkh CASH PURCH gOP ONE DOLLAR 0 ADd k HpeetilN e DIIta AuocWiaod F n ta I1 5L 0iwIl Dry 900dS= Qr1tp EE fj6 OWEN MCKEE eI I 0 IRichmond Kentucky VEHICLES VICTOR RUBBERTIRE WE USE THE VictorRubber Tire MANUFACTURED AT Springfield Ohio Which is acknowledged to excell all other brands Will be glad to furn ish estimates on this class of work and guarantee our workmanship to equal that of any house in the coun try Our t CARRIAGE WORKSm f Is headquarters for all styles in medium and high grade vehicles We make a specialty of repairing and punting carriages buggies etc and can make your old vehicle look new OUR PRICES Are in keeping with the time our work excelled by none If you want to save money and get gcKxtVehicles give tis a call I I EentUC tarrap Worb tvr r I II3 1 h Ii r ONE PRICE USECLOTHIn Central Kentucky offers the people of Madison County JUST AS GOOD BUT THE BEST CLOTHES HATS- MENS FURNISHINGS FOR THE PRICES ASKED ANYWHERE iaThe Brightest Store in Lexington lllfRBROS LOTIlIaR8zjIMoTo1 Itr The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 1901 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Store CfebtL Umbrellas of all kinds at RICE ARNOLDS Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham 27feblf You never have to ask if the style is alright if you buy of RICE tn OLD Best cup pumpwarranted at J M Rifles Jmaytf This cold weather will not last buy a pair of our low shoes RICE ARNOLD The court of claims report which occupies several columns of this issue crowded out much other interesting matter Shoes lists shirts collars cuffs neckwear underwear socks suspen ders umbrellas traveling cases etc at RICE ARNOLD For high grade hose call on J M Riffeat reasonable prices Also all kinds of pumps hy drants bath tubs and millsup plies All kinds of materials and high grade Jmaytf Today Berea Commencement today Ex Governor W O Bradley will deliver the principal addres- sWilIgings opaque cloth shades white and green at 25 cents Makes to order any size or color at reasonable prices Men will find the completest lines of sum mer underwear at Covington Banks Prices 25 cents a garment to 150 a suit Strawberry Supper The ladies of the Pond church will give a strawberry supper at that church next Monday night Admission 15 ceutsSeeour5o75andtHne of negli gee shirts Buy and keep cool RICE ARNOLD Civil Service hxamination A Civil Service examination will be helat Danville July 8 for applicant desiring position as storekeeporgua gem in this internal revenue district Confederate Decoration Major General J M Poyntz requests us to announce that the decoration of Contederate graves in Jfce Richmond cemetery willltako pla4llJext Saturday June 8 Willging with his force of skilled mechanics will do your work promptly in uptodate style prices reasonable Avoid vexatious delays Removed to Crab Orchard Mr Hugh Hagan formerly of this city and n brother of Mr T S Hagan will remove his drug store from Corbin to Crab Orchard where he and his family will also reside A Financial Success As a proof that the recent Tournament was a big success financially Prof J II Patterson turned over to the Lancaster School Board 33165 clear of all expenses Hall Rales to Kansas City Via Queen tc Crescent Route account Shriner Meeting June 11 14 1001 Rate one fare the round trip plus 2Liberal limits Ask ticket agents for Particulars I W C RlNEAESOS O P A fIP THE ONLY NOT Lightest plumbing A Thing ol Beauly I The L A depot In thin city is nowa thing t f beauty if not a joy forever having recently been painted a rich straw color which greatly im proves Its appearance Have WiHging frame your pictures in uptodate style for little money A mixed Family Hr Aaron Sharpe who resides on Mr J A Stevens place near Red House is the proud owner of acat whose maternal benevolence extends over a small family consisting of two kittens and two squirrels They all live together in peac and harmony curioeltyIn Willging makes to order on short notice paint mind ietdy rux In aay edlor latlMt in GMtrai ultitffaay1 Ii n 1 I I- LF 50000 feet of 3ply hose at reduced prices at J M Riffes Jmaytf Very Low There is no apparent improvement in Mrs L II IJlantons condition Her death may occur at any minute Kanatzar Farm Sold Master Commissioner S E Scott sold on Friday last the J J Kanatzar farm on Tates Creek near Whitlock Station consisting of 93 acres to McGrath Williams for f 21 an acre Willging carries in stock large linesolidcolor ingraining English varnish tiles large floral and other new designs Call and let him show you the many new combinations in paper hangings Barn Burned John Rices barn near Irvine was destroyed by fire Sunday night to ether with about 200 barrels of com and a good horee The loss is total as Mr Rice carried no insurance For Rent A nice cottage on Third street for rent any one wanting a house call on- T T COVIXGTON 15maytf Richmond Ky Beaumont Oil Fields Low rates Direct Line excellent train servfcn via Queen Crescent Route WC ItlMiAIlSOirGPA- 15aiay7t Cincinnati 0 Paris Wants Pure Water The City Attorney of Paris has been instructed to bring suit against the Paris Water Co fur 25000 damages for failure to comply with its contract to supply the city with pure wholesome water 50000 Cattle Sale Armour Co the Chicago packers bought Saturday in Fayetto county 800 head ofslop fed export cattle average weight 1250 pounds at 5 cents In round numbers the lot brought about 50000 Praise For Captain Adman Capt James II Allman chief of po lice at Richmond was here last week taking in the tournament He is not only a fine officer but an Elkwith long antlers If any bad eggs try to take Richmond he is sure to cop themlan caster Record Improved His Proper- lyHonSEScottMaster Commissioner has greatly improved thoappearance of his residence oirThird street by adding a pediment Mr Scott is not only one 06 the most scholarly men in Rich mond but possesses excellent taste in matters architectural The Devil Losses His Dog Our devil Whiskers Dolton hns lost his dog a pretty white fox terrier with black spots on her head and an swering to the nainoUcss The son ofagun who stole Bess had better bring her backir he doesnt want the Devil to camp on his trailrRemarkable Longevity The remaikablo longevity which an imals Fometime attain was exemplified last week when a mule belonging to Mr Sain Barnes of this county died after reaching the mature age of forty years The animal was interred with appropriate honors well befitting so old and so faithful a family servant Attention Sir Knights Members of Richmond Commandery No 19 are hereby notified to meet iti the Aesylum at 12 oclock sharp on Thursday June 6th in full uniform to attend the funeral and burial of Sir Knight Win Stone J A HIGGIVS D 1L TEVIS Recorder E C Court Day Dinner- Time ladies of the Kirksyille Christian church gave the banner court day dinner here Monday The receipts were over 80 which Is nearly wica time amounttenerallvtakeninbytbeirRIcl mond sisters They set a leaSt for the gods which was most thoroughly en joyed by tbg large number of patrons they fed Chaulauqua theKentuckyWoodland Park Lexington y JunO hasbeeuarrangedyet given Some of the most notable eahaeprogram will be presented and new and special features The detailed program will be mailed to any address upon application to Chas Scott Bus uesn Manager Lexington Ky tf Republican Ham any The other candidates N B Howard and J T Jones having withdrawn D TV gielHtg beet declared the BfMib llcsis Bomlnee for Xtfrwtrat i4stMilllan BiaglkenaTtHatriei withal UM JomteMty of a 4ip4rid tiAMA tioN Vt L Mrptu 1 IoM a ttN Iiiildkt Stiy WML jroinit to put op a trjbnjcj tbt MiOltid bra aeabmw thi flwm- pTtI Ii thb liuti I iU thtt i- citrii f Beauties For AH We have the best flowers that can be produced Our Floral Decorations are beauties We possess and rsctIce the neceus ry KNOW now mar ranging Kaon orderreceives our personal at ten tiO- DIBELL The Florist LEXINGTON KY HENRY L PERRY Agt Bells Flowers go Everywhere Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky npr7tf Governor Bradley to Quit Politics ExGovernor W O Bradley tells the Cincinnati Enquirer that ho will prob ably remove his residence from Lan caster to Louisville and devote his en tire time to the practice of law and let politics alone lie says he is not a candidate for United States Senator or- allY other office Mr Parrish Announces In this issue Mr Lyman Parrish announces his candidacy for reelection as Councilman in court house precinct Mr Parrish is a member of the present Council and points to his past record as proof of his ability to serve the city faithfully andconscientiously Think of him when you go to vote New Firm 3fr J S Crutcher individual book keeper at the Madison National Bank lips bought the interest of Mr Znia Douglas iu the shoe firm of Douglas liros and after July 1 the style of the firm will be Douglas Crutcher Both gentlemen are widely known and popu lar and the now firm will be a winner from the starteGeneral Clay Promises Financial Aid A Louisville Times specialsays the Colored Industrial School locatedat Keene Jessamine county has been promised matenal aid by Gen Oassius M Clay The colored professor called on len Clay a few days ago and it is said Gen Clay promised him that funds for some special branches in the school would be forthcoming No Winter No Summer Mr William Arnold who is not only one of the largest and most successful farmers in Madison county but withal something of a weather observer says that as we had no winter to speak of we will have no summer this year So far he is correct as June theftrst of the summer months is already upon us and overcoats and fires are Etill in demand A Centennarian Time oldest man in Madison county is said to be Uncle Frank Hallow col oredof Moberly who claims to be 106 Despite his great longevity he has a wonderful memory and recalls many of the early settlers whose name and fame have passed into history He originally belonged to the Stone family and came out from Viiginia in early pioneer days Madison County School Children County Superintendent J W Wagers has completed his annual report to the State Superintendent which shows that there are outside of Richmond 0524 white children of pupil aJoafallingoil of 5 as against last year The colored pupils number 1824 which is 1 short of last year In the city of Rich mond there are 650 white pupils an increase of 23 over last year and CS6 colored an increase of 33 Three Excellent Selections Miss Magde Wilson one of the most capable teachers in the county has been engaged to teach the coming ses sion at Ayers Academy College Hill Mr B J Edwards has secured the school at Doylesville while that elegant lady and accomplished scholar Mrs W II Miller will again train the young idea at Waco All are excellent teachers and the localities securing them are to be congratulated JackStock for Australia Frank Turner sold Friday to Prof B C Hogerman of Lexington a thor jennetjforthem for his fatherinlaw Mr Camp bell who lives in Australia and they were shipped Saturday to that faroff country going by way of Vancouver B C Theso prices aro considered by stockmen the best that have been paid here for jack stock in years New Deputy Collector Assumes Ills Duties Mr W T Short of Mt Vernon re cently appointed Deputy Revenue Col lector with headquarters at the gov ernment building in this city assumed his new duties Saturday June 1 Mr Short was a formidable candidate for the Republican nomination for County Judge of lioekcasthv but withdrew from the race to accept his present assignment His family will for a while at least remain in Mt Vernon Robbed Mat Black known to all First street habitues as Happy was brought before Judge Million Saturday charged with robbing Mr 1 B IJnckett of fG5 Shortly after the alleged robbery V Happy1 was seen lea First street sa loon with a 20 bill and this with other suspicions circumstances furnised a sufficient clue for bis arrest He was held over to the grand Jury in the sum of 260 which being unable to give he was turned over to Jailer Lackey Killed Playing Ball A lamentably sad accident occured here Sunday White engaged in a game of base ball In the Dillingham addition which was lelng played between two local teams Len Challis was struck in the breast immediately over the heart by a foul ball and died a few minutes afterwards Time doctors say the blow ruptured a blood vessel The unfortunate victim who was about 18 years old was employed as rt printer on the Pantagraph and was an Indus trious clever young man Some years ago he had a brother to dfe under somewhat similar circumstaaces tiny iDg broken a blood vessel by falling frow a hore white running a race wkh another boy A mother and brother survive and they hae the sym Ptithyo all A Hal pars WM atib icr Vd iy our ritiaeM t defray the eXI peiMi e oj the burial wLich took place alIterUooai l1Ider the aueplam- of the cCarj Gaai e4 hiehbe WM a timber It he baped that tbit iUmv as ft wwntag to tha bojri 1f iItY U palI1 0 Ji C WE WANT MEN JWho are interested in good Clothes know where to best buy the best Come and ice out lavish showing of new suits straight from the best Clothes makers in America These suits have all the style and quality of the uest cus tom work and we keep sizes to fit every form and patterns to please every fancy j And our price is always the I For reliable up in order to mark to all in the beginni 0 Great Nain sook Gauze pure white and all the soft and light for to 450 a suit r MHpI IAre the when Covington Bunks SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF MENS WEAR ot of tt Nice Biys Tho Lancaster Record says of the male visitors at the Tournament Time behavior of the boys p town last week has been highly complimented on all eides The visitors certainly proved that they had been trained up in the way they should go They were all bent on a good timethey had it but never forgot to act the gentleman Another commendablp point noticable among the visitors las the absence of the cigarette fiend Only a few wanted to be men and puthe festive coffin nail Aged Servant Dies Old Aunt Betsy Yates aged lol or 102 years died last week When 12 years of ago she was purchased by Elijah Yates and nursed all his children among whom was Mrs Henry B DjJllDl ham and whfcn the latter cele brated her golden Bedding some five years ago Aunt Betsy was on hand as she was at her Mitjtress infair half a century before Though her skin was black her soul vjos white aid time countless deeds of loving kindness that marked her path through life will keep her long in the memory of those she served so faithfully Against Sabtath Ballpleylng Prompted by the sad death of young Leonard Challislwiio was killed Sun day while playinf base ball Rev UI G Turner pastjbr of time Methodist church took lorihis text Sunday night Sabbath desecration In his discourse he scored the SJayor and City Council for permitting hall playing on Sunday and hinted that they could put aI quietus on It If they would Such a storm of opposition has been raised against the sport that it is probable a petition will be presented to Mayor Smith askIng that Sabbath ball playini beRtupped Lame Causes Suicide James W Brink a young farmer aged 25 was found dead 3loucay morn ing In Elbridgo Harveys yajd near Edenton this county There was an ugly bullet hole in his temple On his breast was a revolver and the picture of his sweetheart On the back of tho picture were inscribed these tell tale wordshdiod for love It is said that the refusal of his sweetheart to talk to him while drinking prompted the rash act Fqulre J A Young was notified and held an inquest at which a verdict was returned that deceased came to his death by his own hand A mother is left to mourn his untimely death The burial took place yester day In Ihe Hands ol a Receiver A Frankfort dispatch says Mr C B Bullock of Lexington who was ap pointed by Insurance Commissioner Chenault to Investigate tIme affairs of time Enterprise Fire Insurance Co of Lexington line filed lmlreport and basilic nls action upon it MrChonault will file a petition in tic Fayetie circuit court asking that a receiver be ap pointed to wind up the business of the concern Policyholders of the com pany in this and Clark counties it will bo rcuicnib red petitioned tho insur alice department to make the Invest gatlfti stating that their assessment for hail bef1 raised above lberjaJoIntwtlich tlgy were ltd to be o have to pay Time Y ii a cooperative aagojgiaeut ehleriiiss IMea are int fasamasiRg fch polky hoMr liwiead otbelul aliICwvaci iock coin petelts ifrv Ballot jep ltat rem 1 tttmU W WuMt wto dii14ill L 1 Ii I J ftl IIrT I Ii IIi iI TlmoI Elks to present at ceremo nies of the new lodge at that place which began its existence with 35 charter members The team work was done by the Paris and Cynthlana lodges after which there was a sumptuous banquet Those who composed the Richmond party were Exalted Ruler A Wilkes Smith D R Tevis T B Collins J D Feeny Cy Douglas Sam Rice Gee W Plckels Sr John Mer slion John Turlgy John Arnold and II L Perry They returned Thursday and report a royal time New Passenger and Freight Agent Mr Robert Woolnms recently with the C O Transportation Co at Newport News Va has been appoint ed Traveling Passenger and Freight Agtinl of the L A R N I B with headquarters in this city Mr Uooluma is a thoroughly equipped railroad man a most affable and popu lar gentleman and tho L A is to be congratulated upon securing his ser vices He assumed the duties of his new position last week and has already mane numerous friends among our business men For time present Mr Woolums is boarding at Mrs Lynns but will shortly remove his family to this city Central Universitys Commencement Owing to the alarming illness oi the beloved wife of Chancellor 1 II finn ton the annual alumni address tho nnlor oratorical contest and the class lay exercises 1 were declared off and the baccalaureate sermon and the Commencement exercises proper were held Time former was delivered by the Rev D M Sweets of Sbelbyville at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning those present having time good for tulle to hear a remarkably fine and able address Today at half after ten the twentythree graduates will receive their diplomas from the hands of Dr jV Logan and will be addressed by time Rev Hugh MoLellan of time Christian church He will doubtless make an eloquent and scholarly effort as is iiis usual custom Unless the action of tho Alumni Association to prevent time consolidation proves successful this ends the career of our famous UnIver- sity Her course is finished her race is run she has kept the faith Solah Decoration Day With the exception of the closing of the Muks and post office there was no observance of Decoration day by thn white citizens of Richmond Sedge wick Post No ISo G A R colored however celebrated tIme day In a fitting manner about fity members of which reinforced by the pubic school child ren paraded the streets with music flags and banners After lister ing to patriotic speeches by Rev Caldwell Attorney Embry and others they deco rated the graves of their comrades in time colored cemetery At Boroa there was a greatont pour ing of tho poputAC6 and an immense parade in which Civil War Veterans SpanishAmerican soldiers students and citizens took part Hard tack and hot coff ewere fiery cd in abundance and memorial addresses were delivered by Prof L V Dodgoandothers Al CoUece Hill the Decoration ex erci6 were patjtpeed until Saturday whtti a Irfi rqovmtlassembled to H iwr tto Nteajory of the deacloi wbfeh iWHMionli W B S9tII= hh 4ottii t Ivsiiet m IftId e sesIesaseesasssssssaiSsSSSSeeSOSee S SSSS 0tsQseesesss a S Sae ae t I 1 1 1 1 t i t DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING SY 1I e SS SeS SeS SSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS S 1 e a a a a a a a a s a a S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S OsSessSosassssSssSSSSsSS e5s s oeSsS s oo e I I II OF BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS I BEE CASH STORETHEBUSY Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard of slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale We are compelled to have money to meet our spring bills and a great sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps usfWe shall take each Department as it comes and spare not a single article in any of them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all go We commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If you are familiar with our prices in these departments you could not recognize them now The cold steel of our tkeenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale J Suits that were 15 and 18 are now 9 to 11 Suits that were 10 to 1250 are now 650 to 8 Suits that were 750 to 9 are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits pantshavedont exaggerate Call and see for yourselves dont take our word for iL Bring your boys along for you will wish you had The suits cant stay witk us long at these prices We mean businessIWe know it is death to competition to turn loose as bier a stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We are forced to do it They must go or we must and we prefer to stay Come and buy all the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring and summer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale cant last longIWatch our circular for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation and cant be changed Hoping OUI many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very respt weII OLDHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Famous for Pretty Women The Confederate Veterans have all returned from time Memphis reunion Col David Chcnauli the last to straggle in arriving Monday All had a royal good time and say that Memphis is the greatest place on earth for pretty women It is estimated that 100000 visitors were in the city which explains why such extortionate rates for eating anti sleeping were charged Capt Fra7ee says the boys were gouged worse this time than they were at time Worlds Fair Chicago Be that as it may the Richmond party will always retain a warm place in their hearts for Memphis The next reunion will be at Dallas Texas Louisville Citizens Coming Mayor Claude Smith is In receipt of a letter from the Louisville Board ol Trade stating that a large delegation of merchants manufacturers and busi ness men of the Falls City accompanied by his honor Mayor Weaver will be here on a special train Wednesday June 18 The object of the visit is to meet Richmondts merchants and business men and to promote more cor dial relations Time stay of the dis tinguished party will ot necessity be short as eight or ten other towns in Central Kentucky will be visited on time trip It Is hoped that our citizens will take the matter in hand and arrange to give the party a reception befitting the occasion Madison Institute Commencement The fortyfilth seFsioii of historic Madison Institute has glided into the past Its flnali exorcists begimng Sunday Mav 20 were enjoyable in deed On that date Rev J K Smith Delivered the baccalaureate eermon which hits already ben mentioned in these columns On tIme evening fol towing the Junior music class gave a recital on Tuesday night the advanced class In nit anti music gave a very pleasing exhibition ot their skill Wednesday evening Bpv Hugh MoLellan lectured on thejxrtt Drowning in the parlors of time Institute aftor which a reception was tendered Prof anti Mrs j V McOarveyiof Lexington who are to be In chargf of the schoolnext year and on Thursday morning in the Christian churclr hue Commencement exercises proper were held The irrnd minting class composed ol Misses Uessio Thomas Mabel Mason Nora Uncker and Fannie Horroughs was addressed by Rev 11 li Powell of Louisville who took for his subject The Royalty of Human Expossion The hi heBtex preeeioH of literature he saIdwas Hawlctjef musIc the JSinth Sym phony of architecture the Parthe non a ntl of lienmaim nature the idNII UMW and woman On these lin 8 inwfo a very effective and interesting ak1r M witiek held his Jwdiafte in nu attettliiMi It U to be hoped that tufcMi itt Mv niiMtgement nir MIMi will lie IP 10 tbw Mad iP=ilitc4b1 l d Dr Breck Stricken Judge C IL Creek received news this week that his brother Dr R L Breck one of the founders of Central University anti its first Chancellor but now connected with the Leland Stanford Jr University California suffered something lite a paralytic stroke ten days ago which rendered him uncon scious and excited crave fears among ins friends Heiwas walking in the University grounds when the stroke came As no further nors has been received Judge Breck infers that his condition Is improved Dr Brock is ono of the oldest and most widely known ministers and educators in the Southern Presbyterian church and his many old Madison county friends ear neatly hope for his speedy restoration to health There is a man in New Orleans who exchanges new neckties for old ones which he renovates and sells at a good profit Never Hesitate Often people approach a den tal office with fear and trembling Out modern ideas enable us to fill your teeth with comfort your uncertain teeth with sat isfaction And we dont ask your 900 ProfitxOn bridge work and the best Alloy fillings that can be made for 75 cents Teeth extracted 25 centsD- KHOISQNDeHiist Permanently located in tIP Hobsou nulIdJJnxt door to Govern ment Building Hklismt Kj- Roffrencn RtrhhuVnd Nation l Bank IEIT IY tAV1 LEXINGTON June 25th to July 5th rAW rates WillimsiowH ti Juiwtkxi City good krnrUHtjl Jwiytk 4fleIt M p w f fi EGGS Thurman always pays the highest cash market price for eggs hides and feathers Call and eee him next door to corner of Main and Fiist streets 2Ofebtf For Sale I ofler for sale privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There are eight rooms bath room and hall and all necessary out buildings inclndine three cisterns For further pnrticnlars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evans or the undersigned MBS SPEED SMITH 2janlyr Richmond Ky Life Is a lamp flame before a wind ReImicksthe most obstinate case At B L Middelton Bjunelyr Time title and soda water wait for no man Chicago Daily News Dr vTWtoa Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question Fee our agent or call at state office In the Collins building Mia OHRA C HART State Agent 27feblyr If the world bo divided into land and water hemispheres London is the cen ter ot the land and New Zealand of time water Cures KlienBiilisra or Catarrh Through time Blood Cost Notbinsr to Try Would yon liko to get rid of that chronic rheumatism or offensive catarrh forever Then take a bottle of Botanic Blood Balm which nan cured thous suds of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent medicine treat plant Botanic Blood Mm B B B J cures through the blood by destroying the poisons which catweslthe awful aches in the bones joints shoulder blades aud back swollen glands haw jug spitting bad breath impaired hearing etc thus making a perfect cure Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly testfd for thirty years Composed of pure Botanic Drugs Perfectly safe to take by oM and young Druggists 1 Trial treament free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe Iron tileaod iced medical advice given until cured Poni give up hope but try B B U which makes the bleed pure and rich and builds up the all run down tired body B B B makes the blood red giving the skin the rich glow of perfect health 4 The steeple of the Cathedral of Ant werp Is 476 feet in liMghi which makes It the highest churvh steeple in the world Tbtter SaUllbeam amid 12czema The intease itckhig aad saarting had lent to these eliecasca fa testaaUy allayed y applying Chamberlains Eye aad jkia OMmewi Kaay very bad 2emnva VMM peneaaeatly cured ly it It a cqpuXif aAoieot for licking pike sail i Mnwiy fee ION akme bMpp bartte dtiIbJaiR Get WMt tad oMoak aont eyi iK pee HE- Ir CWjrSj CaiMtleii r w4trn are HMt whet a bone atwds wh a te b3 Hiiimim Took btoad 9BTMM v I w t t Stopa tho Cough and Works off tho Cofd Laxative Iromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Prosperity spoils nobody who uses it properly TO OUSE A COLD IS ONE DAY Take Ltfecative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure R W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents Fivei alleged train robbers were ar fiChtlthArotThla signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablet the remedy that cure a cold In one day Roanoke Island first gave to the world tobnuco Nature has Jut one pigment on her pallette with which she produces alt the marvelous tints of beauty and that one pigment is time blood The gush like beneath time finger nails the deli onto rose of the cheeks time ness of the lips the irrilecent brilliance of the eyes are all produced by the bloou Just as the permanence of a beautiful painting willtbpend upon the purity of tho colors whim which it in painted so the permanence of beauty depends on time purity of the blood Paint powder and cosmetics wont nvail to preserve beauty Bounty be glue in the blood Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is R true bwjiitifier because it provides for nature that pure- blood with which alone she can paint Time use of this medicine will cleanse the skin heighten time complexion brighten time eyes and give to lace and form that radiance of health which is the greatest charm of beauty Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are very effec tive In ridding the systenvpr clogging residuum which ith eon itipated habits eftil IThe next OpIan gam Ithdin St Louis In lOOt r Q SOTZXX zjThey curt dandrvff hair litache etc costs the same annum ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Cnmb The only patented Comb in thin wbrjilj People everywhere it has beea intrO- duced are wild with delight You simply comb your hall each day and the comb does time rest This wonderful comb is simply unbreakable and is made that It Is abidutdy impoiiible to I break or cut time hair Sold on a written guarantee to give perfect satisfac lion in erery respect Send mmpdior one Ladles size 50c Genta size 35c Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with Bucceee See wanted notice in this paper 1 Ad dress D N ROSE Gea Dvratsr Illinois CTfeMyiY ilhRomans built London abeetth year 50 A D but London wall WMM built until SOti A U DO YOU WANT T RAIZMTATR TIMBER or COALI4TtICK OF ut1VDtDO rkIv beabi ft ri r JWr Iiiiw ii- fJI bon J M 8 Kupe- rIlaze1RoodJ tj M 2 days hand 1 60 Lucas G M 2 days hand 60 McHone Jess 2 days baud JPWMiHone Ned 2 days O Hone John 2 daVI handi12 days hand 160 ro Roen M U 2 dp band 1 60 Van J M 2 days baud 1 58 Van Pal 2 dnyx hand 1 60 Van J M 8 hours hand 76 ROAD XO 20 JOE BROADUCS OVRRSEKR Bruaddus Joe 1 60 Chandler L M 1 20 Chandler J 1 20 CbandlerJ W 1 Duncan B 1 Ryuolds Bud 1 20 Stocks Lutherf 1 20 Stocter Elias 1 20 ROAD NO 23 RICHARD KUIAHKBOVKU SEER Beuge Wen 2 daybLaud 1 60 Johnson Richard 1 day hand 75 Johnson Alfred 1 day hand 75 Kimbrel Richard 2 days team 3 and baud 1 50 4 50 Tenill J B 2 hand 150 Terrill Jab 2 days hand 2 50 ROAD NO 25 CHAS DAVIS OVERSEER Dayls Rollie 2 days hand 1 50 Davis Richard 2 days hand 150 Davit Chas 2 days team S3 2 days hand 150 4 50 Davis John 2 days band 1 50 Harrison Levi 2 days hand 1 60 Jones Joe 2 days hand 1 50 McQueen James 4 boors band 40 Mullins Bee 2 dayYiinil 1 50 Powell Wm S days band 1 50 PigK rack 2 days hand 1 Van Winkle J A 2 days hand 1 50 Van Winkle Sid 2 days hand 1 60 Van tVinkltetJD2dayshand 50 au 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50 Lain J G 1 50 Lain John 1 50 Lain W J 150 Martin Henry 1 50 ROAD NO 33 B M 8TAGNER OVERSEES Bates Steve 9 hours hand 90- Cain Joe 9 hours hand 90 Dozier K P 9 hours hand 90 Forbes C M 9 hours band 90 Hnbbard Markl9 hours bane 90 Miihoii Kit 9 hours hand 90 Mansfield R M 0 hours hand 90 Miller John 15 hours hand 1 50 Staguer B M 15 hours team baud 3 00 Mayue L H 2 days hand 1 50 ROAD NO 35 I O DOZIER OVERSEER Dozier C B 75 Dner WEB 150 Dorier J C 4 50 Friend J 150 Newman M 1 50 Richardson A 75 Tiibble D 1 50 Well H 160 tOAD NO 35 RUFUS BIAKEMAN OVERSEER Bogie James 75 Blakeman Clay 4 50 Blakeman Rufus 2 75 Cotton Jas A 275 Daley Arthur 75 Daley Burdett 75- E11twlck Willie 75 Long alh 150 Long Henley 75 Long Marce 75 Malear Alex 75 Prather Davis 15Q BOBS George 1 60 Taylor FAker 75 Tudor Mark 1 60 Taylor Arthur 75 Whittaker Roscoe 75 Williams AHe 1 60 Whittaker Steve 150 ROAD SO 40 I W con Burnam Alex 2 days hand 1501 Burnam Joe 8 bourej SO Brown W E 2 days 1 60 Coylc I W Team 2 days 800 hud 2 days 1 60 4 60 relglerDave 2 days 150 DcerBon Lees 8 hours 8- 04i uu tip Galloway Gran team 2 days 8 00 Gallowav James 8 hours Hard John 4 hours MJ MMler Swith 2 T Jl- c5itlohRda8 t 1 50 Vss it Al 10 hoiiri 5 ioo V 5ghtCHrrt2d y6 160- VaHjjht Leroy ijf hours 1 80- BOAX 46 THOMAS TAILOR OVERSEER Aadennn Chas 8hours 88 DiggsSydney2days 1 50 Hester Jean 2 days 150 Fowler Jno 12 hours 1 20 Goodloe Geo 4 hours 40 Lucas Wm team 2 daye3 hand 2 days 150 4 60 OsgN J 2 days 1 SO Robinson Sherinrn 12 hours 1 20 Kobinion Boss 12 hours 1 29 Vaughn Fayette team 2 days 3 11 hours hand 110 4 1Q Vaughn Dock 8 hours 80 Merrill Thos 8 hours 80 Taylor Tom 2 days 1 50 Wyatt T P 2 days 1 60 White Irvine 2 days 150 ROAD NO 47 WM GDINK OVERSEER Guinn Isaac 6 hours hand 60 Gninn Barrett 20 hours band 1 60 Guinn Wm 2 days team 3 00 Hellerd Wm 5 hours band 50 Lunsford Fred 7 hours hand 70 Lunsford Barrett 7 hours band 70 Quinley John 7 hours 70 Shockley Eph 15 hours hand 1 60 ROAD NO 48 F B WALLACE OVER SEER Anderson W 0 team 2 days 3 hand 2 days 160 460 Asher Wm 2 days band 1 50 Bowliu Bud 2 days band 1 60 Boggs Arch 2 days baud 1 50 Bodkins Henry 2 days baud 1 50 501HoenCade J S 2 2 day hand 1 60I Colsoli Buck 2 days hand 1 Cieccb E 2 days hand bun S A 2 days hand 1 Hutridgf Felix team 8 days 460 hand 2 days I 50 0 00- Hlati Oscar 8 hours Harrisiii JIt12 days 150 Grant Eb 2 days 1 50 Gains Ben 2 days hand 1 60 Kiles Henry 2 days 1 50 Lake A 2 days hand 1 50 McWhurter C C 2 day hand 150 1 day team 3 00 Smith P F 8 hours SO Stevens Al 2 days hand 50 Todd Jitu 2 days hand 1 50 Wallace C G team 2 days 3baud 2 days L50 4 50 Wyatte U S tram 2 days S150 hand 2 days 150 6 00 Weaver Wm Jr 2 days hand 1 50 Wallace E B team 4 days 6band 2 days S150 750 ROAD NO roos L TODD OVERSEER Bowliu Charley 2 days 75 50- Bowin Hiraw 3 days 150 4 50 Buwlin Dave 2 days 75 1 60 Todd 3 L 2 days 75 150 ROAD NO 52 JAMES DURHAM OVERSEER Blanton Wm 2 days 75 1 60 Blanton C C 2 days 75 1 60- Benford Durham 2 days 75 1 50 Durham James 2 days team 32 days hand 150 4 60 Duncan Robt 2 days hand 75 1 50 Gabbard L C 2 days hand 75 1 50 Parsons J B 2 days hand 75 1 50 Welch D N 2 days band 75 154 Weaver Joe 2 days hand 75 1 60 Young Frank 2 days 75 1 60 Rogers E J 2 days 75 1 60 ROAD NO 53 c F CHENAULT OVERSEER Baber Right 75 Baber Rufus 1 50 Cheuault C F 3 35 Cornelison G 1 60 Cbenault J D 1 1 CbenauluJeptba 300 Chenault C F 150 Francis L 1 60 Foster U 1 10 Johnson J H 1 60 Johnson Jank 1 60 Johnson Chas 1 60 Hume Bill 1 10 MartinE 1 10 Moore J W 1 10 Spnrlin Embry 75 Spurlin Embry 110 Taylor George 1 50 PibK Mart 75 ROAD NO 55 A L NOLAND OVERSEER Acker Henry 150 Church Brown 3 00 Carpenter Pete 1 50 Cobb Richard 1 50 Gentry Pete 1 50 Holly B d 120 Lee Alfred 150 Marry John 1 60- MilleJ Geo 1 60 Nolsnd Geo 1 60- Nplaud Abe 3 00 Pinkston Harris 70 Rena Wm 1 60- ReE3 Lawrence SO WAD NO 58 S N TODD OVERSEER Todd 8 NI 235 Todd StoRe 75 ROAD NO 61 QUEEN IOBTWOOD OVERSEER Boncb Oscar 80 Butler JW 115 Cruse Jack 160 Harrie R R 130 Portwood Silas 300 Portwoodv J D 1 50 Steveas Joseph loe Bteve JIB IK Thorpe Jobs t 1fi- OTHrinJW 168 WIBkl Jo1a 1 50 f Jtr t lC Jk ft ROAD KO 73 FKANK PHELPS OVXB8HK ChenHlt Pen 110 CarrlHenry f jfW JOX6Q Clay Bob 1 5i- C j h Brutuz 1 Cbeanlt Wm 1 10 Chesaalt Ed J Gilbert Ben r L 60 Fowler Billy y v1Portwood Frani1 Phelps James 1 69 Phelps Frank 1 60 White Gen 1 50 White Dan 75 White James 1 50 White Robert 159 ROAD 074ilEO RICE OVERSEER Ballew John 160 f BaUewJ H 160 Berry man Ihas 5 Berrytnan George 76 Gilbert Speed- Kavauaugh 75 Jerry 1 50 Lane Sam 50 Moberly Thomas 1 50- Maupin Howard T 50- Masflie Dan 1 50 Rice John T 1 60 Rice George W 460 Thorpe William 150 ROAD NO 75 HARRY DUNCAN OVERSEE Bates S B 1 60 Bates Jno 1 50 Bates Geo 1 60 Blanton Aaron 1 50 Carpenter Andy 75 Carpenter Dick 1 20 Duncan Harry 3 00 Duncan June 300 Ellison Jno 50 HaltonNoah 1 50 Todd W C 3 00 Walden Ed 1 50 White Howard 1 60 ROAD NO 76 W T OLDS OVERSEER Berry A U 75 Baber Ruff 1 50 Bruce Zena 1 60 Dunn Butler 75 Denny Toab 150 Denny Wm 1 50 Ford Mark 1 50 Ford Robt 1 50 Keen Jim 1 50 Keen Cy 1 50 McKlnney J R 1 20 McKinney Dave 50 Olds W T 1 50 Powell P M 3 00 Rupard Enoch 4 60 Sharp Link 1 50 Tnrpin Haden 1 I Tnrpin Dud 75 Turpin Brice 50 ROAD NO 77I1ARVE CUENALT OVERSEER Brooks Jim 1 20 Chenault Harvey 3 45 Chtnault Tandy 1 10 Denny Jim 80 Freeman A T 1 20 Richardson Jim 1 20 Tnrpin John 1 20 Todd I ROAD NO 81 J D COUGLETOX OVERSEER Brock Oliver 1 50 Clem Jas 150 Ellington Ed 1 50 Elkin Gilbert 1 50 Elkin James 3 00 Hunt High 1 60 Hall Leslie 1 60 Hill Harvard 3 00 Mellon H K 1 50 Noel Yrllace 150 Pitcher Wm 800 Pitcher Thos 1 50 Singer Chas 150 Vaughn Joseph 3 00 Wood Charlie 1 60 Weber Melvin 1 50 Weber Bales 1 60 ROAD NO 82 R B LONG OVERSEER Arbuckle Wm 80 Arbuckle W A 70 Curry Abe 1 50 Bogie Wm 70 Brooks Jack Vu Bogie Willie SO Broad due Mate 1 50 Gaily Jas 150 Isaacs Silas 84 Malloy John 80 Malloy John 81 Miller John SO Million Tom 71 Miller John 10- LonJr R T 150 Rhodus Olarance 80 Rogers Jiles 80 Smith Geo 80 Jett Shelby 1 60 Roes Bob 70 ROAD NO 90 J U HALEY OVERSEER Abram Mart 1 60 Abrams Henry 150 Cate George 150 Cates Tiff 1 60 French JR 150 Hanter W M 150 Hazelwood Pal 150 Haley J M 4 6C Moras Henry 160 Moran Hassle 150 ROAD NO 91 B K ROBINSON OVERSEER Tip Cooper2 days 1 60 Cliff 0 M team 1 day band 5 bra 2 00 CaE dy Harrison 2 days 1 G- OEasly Tom 2 days 160 Blaaton Alex 14 hours 1 40 lBRermaap2d yB 160 HaleW9 N 2 dale 160 Kanies T T 2 daya 150 MftfcftKy Hiram 8 hours 89 PreetoR Jokes team 2 dayelfS 4100iPiiIillwasVV 2 days a1641t l Will n Joe 2 days 1 60 It E 2 days 1 50 BOWlS JBO timber r 2I J L o moADDtrs OVERS RS 4 B Jerry At75 Rr or u4 F WefJ fCe Yl 75 76 Moberti R K O Mober Charlie 75 Stone reea- Tevia 75 m 75- Tevie Ion 75 Rose 1 ro Reap Robt 70- ROAD NO 95 R V WI1ITLOCK OVERSEER Broad Bill 70a Baker eo 80 Carter j 40- Cmtcht F M 70 Curtis ss 40- owso John 70 Dawn James 70 Hughes 70 LoB 40 Long to 30 lilngert 70 80 70 IS 70- WWtl J L- 1Vhit1 40 Whit 41 ROAD r 96 owEN STAONER OVERSEER Frazie J A 150- Frazltolambus 11 11 1 50- Rawli Carl 1 50 Stage J W 11 Stan 0 W 41 Temp nan William 1 50 Turn Slat 1 50- Tarne harley 1 50 ROAD 100 o WROSSOVEKSBEK Bale ood 1 20 Broaubs W D 30 Bogie ill O Br is John M i 1 50 Clay ack 50 Clay 2 50 Marn Dave 60 Prewi John 2 90 Ross bn 21 Ross W 50 Ross ck 1 O Sheltl Will 10r- nssi oM 151- Pussi oe 1 00 TnssiePerrv 151 WilsojSam 150 ROADO 104 A S NOLAND OVER- SEEn Colya Charley his her Peter 37 Doty nhn 75 IfiaadGranville 40 John tJ H 75 Keer John 371 Mill WH- NolaAS 75 21 Reev Joe 75 TudoiCy ROj KO 105 ED A BOGIE OVERSEER AdaJA A IE- AdamJ M IfBusrfl F IE- Bogi E A 171 lush ohn 1 SC CainAs 154 Cain eyton 1 Cainfhos 4 60 Cainr B lE Cain W 1 50- Cai tchard 151- ov won Jim 150 Con James 1 12 Cin H 75 Cont Wesley 150 Frit VC 150- ritttW M 150 FrittJRobert 150 Kin jmon 1 50 King Vm 1 60 ingjhos 160 Mctirell Frank 1 60 Robfion W H i 150 Rapid Dan 150 SteiDave 150 s 160 ONO 106 CHARLEY RUPAKD I OVERSEE Curfi Tom- CaiaSlbridge 450 150- alaT H 150 CaiirhosJrCaimJhaa b 160 150 Con Robt 160 Con Bub 75 FIer Major 1 ro- LyIiiJ J M 150 BailCZ 22- Turfi Wm 76 J 10107 J W MOORB8 OVER6EKR CorleoB Web 16 Chatters Ephriam HaAohn 15- HaHBeddie 1 50 HalaJeff 150- Jo Jess 1 60- JOQbBJ B 150 Rial SB 75 Mo tBWill 160- MoSsGB 150 MJ W 585 M eeg J W 26 OlAffl Charley 160 OIm Authentic 150 RbeBDilIard 160 TarJoe 160 JKDN0117 CLARK arcs OVH8SKHB DaenJefea 1M Lirile Luke 1M iamH 1S9 0KNiJhut IJ I oIJ I I3I1a Rice Clark 4 50 Rice JE 150 Sparlia Marteal Wl 50 JHUlin3 1If 1 50 OVDllBUACovimrtea Jtao- nielClark 49r Da T 1 50 DBBMB HHgliJB 5 30 Habbard Kea 1 60 Hubbard Isaac 75 Jobniii 1 i 150 tOAD M STEVE BARRETT OVERSEE Adaaw Jseiesy 1 m Barrett Joseph f v I ro Barrett John 1 60 Barrett W R 4 50 BarrettStephen 1150 Combs James 1160 Chritter tDavidsoHi 1 50 EdsterZack 1 00 fsFarchen John 1150 GnttridgeTosi 1 O Hard Bill 7 T 160 Hawkins John 1 60 Miller Spence 4 1 50 Monday James 1 60 Moore James 40 Norwell Charley j 160 Painter James 1 20 ToddJohn 1 60 Walter Frank 80 White Dick 40 ROAD NO 121 MARION KNOX OVERSEER Knox Frank 1 60 Knox Marion 3 00 Lamb Rice 1 50 Lamb Robert 1 20 Lamb John 1 50 Meckelburg Isaac 1 O Moore H C 1 50 PoUt George 1 50 Poff Thomas 1 50 Powell Seleer 1 50 Powell Frank 1 50 such Dick 1 50 Shifflet Alec 150 ROAD NO 127 DOUGLAS YOUNG OVERSEER Alexander Mariont 1 60 Carpenter M T 1 50 Carpenter James 1 50 Gentry J V 1 60 Gentry Waller 1 60 Gentry John 50 Lakes Tim 1 50 Lakes A S 1 50 rakes W R 1 ro- Lakes W A 1 50 McCollnm B S 1 50 Rose Ed 1 50 Rose Brutus 1 50 Turner Turpe 1 50 Webb Robert 1 50 Young Douglas 4 60 ROAD NO 130 JOHN FIELDER OVERSEER Anderson J H 1 60 Abner Willis 1 50 Baker W B 1 60 Baker Jas 1 60- Broaddns John 1 60 Croley J C 1 50 Dorbin Owen 150 Fielder John 1 50 4501JonesLane Jane I 501 Lane Mack 1 60 Lakes John I 50 Newman George 1 50 ROAD NO 131 ROBT LAKES OVERSEER Allen DavIe 1 50 Broaddus Kit 1 50 Iritton Wm 160 Chadwell 0 C I 50 Coyle W D 1 60 Freeman Robert 154 Griffin Granvil1e 1 50 Gabbard Wm 1 50 Gabbard Green 1 50 Gabbard Thomas 150 Hensley Oran 1 50 Hensley Rankin 1 50 Jones F 1 50 Johnson Gideon 1 60 Jones F I 1 50 Johnson Harvey 1 50 Lakes Timothy 1 50 Lakes Walter 1 50 Lakes Robert 4 60 Milton Robert 1 50 Powell Huston 160 Ruble A 0 1 50 Todd Rhodus 1 50 Todd Andy 1 50 Turner Turp 1 50 Willis Algie 1 50 Nol33 TBOS KINDRED OVERSEER Ballom Bruce 1 Carpenter Bud 1 60 Denny James 1 60 French Wesley 75 Foot Dock 40 Garrett Flem 75 Gentry James 75 Holman ndyw 75 Hiele WLt 16- 0HurleyJohni 150 Kindred Thomas 1 60 Lakes John 11i- OOMJH 7s RoeeVardj 150 RoeeHowardttl 1 69- Bose Ed r5 r 159 IUdde Joe 751 76iRiddleubeeaght Fount 150 Soarbreuxat James 160 8aBa1b1 J M sti i- 5S Pal 75- TetkIOkadeY t 75 idTebeI b9 Wee4ry Jeha e r j I ilteaW Batimom 4 75 Yeaar Sqmire ka76 att s 1yt f ROAD KO 134 RCBT HUDSON OVERSEER Alleorn Jattaea 1 50 AIlMrnl Mn 160 All aCart 1M AllewH Wesley 150 450AlleornBanks Gri8tW 160 Billion Walter ItlI i5 50I1661Gabiutid8amnel Hudson Robert 1 50 roJJacksOnDanMallcoat Fount 1 59 Monday Jack 160 Mandaytfackjr 1 50 Rogers Oliver 1 50 Roberabh John 1 60 Rodus Wallace L50 7150gtillStill Will 1 501 Tipton Solomon 150 Todd Dock 1 50 Todd Joe 160 Todd Will 1 50 I50IROAD NO 137 LINCOLN NICHOLSON OVERSEER Harris Zack 150 Harris Woods 150 Hudson Samuel 1 50 Harris Thos 1 50 McKeehan Speed 150 Nicherson W L 4 50 Sandlin Dan1roSand- lin A D 150 Sparkes Geo 75 Stevens Irvine 150 Todd Dudley 150 Walker Harrison 160 Yates Collins 1 60 ROAD NO 140 JAMES COMBS OVERSEER Broaddns James 150 Baker John 1 60 Combs James 4 50 Foley Tom 110 Golden Egbert 150 Golden James i 110 Golden John 1 GO1 Golden Robert 75 Harris Thomas 1 50 Hocker Dave 150 lisle Tom 1 10 Hocker Holman 110 Oldbam J C I50 Powell Ollie 150r Reeveo Wallace 110 Rayburn Henry 1 10 00IWills J H 110 Yates Owen 110 Yates M C 150 ROAD NO 142 S B BLACK OVERSEER Black W R 1 50 Black A II 1 60 Black T J 150 Black S L 150 Cochran J W 150 Floyd Will 150 Fry Speed 150 Golden Will 1 60 Hendren Charley 1 50 Hendren J M 1 50 Rayburn Clyde 1 50 Tipton L M 150 Todd Charley 1 50 Todd J D 460 Todd W N I 50 Venable Charley 160 ROAD NO 143 ROSE ESTER OVERSEER Bryant 8 P 160 Stilt Charley 150 Estea Moss 6 00 Estill Henry 150 Estill C 160 Grubbe Tom 150 Grubbs Bill 150 HallEHsha 150 Lamb Joe 1 501 M ago John i 150 Phelps Tom 150 Phelps Bob 150 Reed A 1 50 Reed Owsley 1 50 Stone Cyrus 1 50 Sprall Wm 150 ROAD NO 144W COVlNOTON OVERSEER Adams Tom 50 Brown Arch 160 Ballew Lyman 150 Covington J W 164 i Covington Wallace 1 50- Covington W QS 150- vingtonJohn 150- vingtonEd j 90 Covington RH 160 Denny Wm 160 Gentry Joha ls59 GrayEd 1 50 Hackett Tom i 1 50 Howard Aaron f 150 Royston Scott150w w SephaSjJoe 150 Yates Ebi00 KOAD NO 145 M FRICHARDsOV t SEER 1 Anderson John 1 12J Baxter Jake A 9 75 Becraftjim 160 Butler George 1 12t- Q l nberryCM 1 IHii hardsM F 450 Shearer Obw 160 Shearer Chas 75 BOAD NO 145 M F BIOHABDS OVER SEER 11Alewnaa Key 160 area JJ 15 tBatter Walker 10 2j Bawcaa Deest1lf A TC4 Ceae1aded eapage 1 t i t u ri if UI Mr 1 rNr4 ile t ErtiN I r IU4 I J Volume 2W RICHMOND MADISON COON KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 J90J Numfcef 1 M r 1 frlp to 4 Ilroc counT OF CLAIMS The following is a list of claims allowed since the May term of said Court 1900 to be paid out of the county levy for the year 1901 and the same is certified for publication and to the Sheriff of Madison county for payment This May 22 1901 it i I MISCELLANEOUS CLAIMS np IY t APPROPRIATIONS V For a Sinking Fund 200000 Quarterly Court jurors 200 00 Guarding jail prisoners O Rentof armory 48 00 Berea Wallaceton pike 1200 00 Richmond Water Light Co 00001 I Tattle A Clay Infirmary 600 00 Bogies mill pike 345000 Dry Branch pike 2800 00 wall on Stony Run pike 200 00 13 voting places at 10 130 00 pay iut on Refunding Bonds 4680 00 payj intoon Turnpike lends 3250 00 cr tCLAIMS ALLOWED Agee Chas road claim 2 16 Aimer D P attending to clock 50 00 Armer D P serviceaGdays 18 00 Arbnckle M B Comr on pike 1 50 zbill J 11 fencing Herndon road 67 50 Barnes Wm pike work 42 50 Barnes Wm pike work to P Grady 7 120 00- Blanion L R coal acct 65 00- Branarnsn J J acct 4 00 Berry J Taupervsing5 days 15 00 Brown M G Coroner 30 00 Brock W I witness In Combs case 4 00- Boggi R C comr 2 days 3- BoggaJ 00 T comr 1 day 1 50- BoggSJ T comr 1 day 1 50 Boggs J T sur Stony Run road 3 00 nolton Sims acct 6400- Burnaui C F repair buy and harness 32 75 Bennett Waller elec cuinr 16 Bennett Waller redist county 42 00 Burdett Josiah acct 7 25 BybeeMat T bridge work 10 00 Baxter Ed team 2 days 3 00 Baxter Ed collie acct 7 60 CornelUon Mary allow to A P Settle 6 00 Climax Punting Co pr claims 1900 52 2 Cbeuault A T supr 5 days 15 00 Coy N B Supr 3 days 900 County Judge salary 100000 County Judge stationery etc 3800 County Judge pauper support 1200 00 County Attorney salary 900 00 County Attorney stationery etc 3600 County Clerk stationery 36 00 County Clerk certifying claims 15000 County Clerk rec sheriff sett 75 00- County1 Clerk tee school list 103 00 County Clerk prep elec ballots 25 00 Circuit Clerk stationery 36 00 County Superintendent sal c 975 County Superintendent to buy books 100 ColyeryH H fees in Combs case 965 Coy lerVH Hfees in Combs case 4 Combs C B wit in Combs case 4 Covington Hunks act 11 5c Cobb H rock on pike 158 5C Cobb Mrs U W copy comrrept a l aywood K L small pox claim 15 X- Curraii Tnos banisters on pike 5 O- CColliux W J ruck on pike 63 7 Collins J no T road damages 35 Collins T B act USE Chenault Jno B election comr 16 Crooks B F redist county 42 Crooke B F comr B W pike 1 Crooke B F cumr A W C pike 1 Crooke BF county map 10OC i Cox Jeff fencing Herudon road 186 1 Clark John pike work 108 Cottony Nat supr pikes 75 r Cotton Nat services six days 18 0 Coviugtan do B act 15611- Deathewfie S P supr 5 days 150 Douglas Bright act 2 f Douglas Bros Co act 28 K Douglas Simmons act 28 r Douglas I N small pox claim 27 Davis L C comr B W pike 1 ji Elder E Vact 46- Fletcher W O pike work 18 rods li7 Q Freacb W C pike work 22 4i Fetters G G Binding books r 1901 g0 Fetters G G binding books I 1900 96 Freeman Eros act 818 Fr eeLlr jallpricticev 23 l- fjPfMoof L J wit in Comlia ease 2 I1raseef i1 J visit to Mrs Christ rtophdrr t Hil jftoiebw W C reck on pike 78- JfckfcCtfact S3 Giater G W wit is Comba case 40 Gibson W M wit ia Caaba a ewe 401 W M bal small pax r 1eWm 157i I ayJnoLtwoinqlletsJonest Johnson 12 00 Gay John Lsupr pikes 37 50 GayJohn L services 5 days 1500 Qllbert Burnam act 1 85 Gordon Dr R Lee act 8 00 Grigga W C pike work 58 Griggs W T livery bill 1 50 Graves C E allowance 20 00 Gentry David 9 rods rock 18 00 Gentry Green team 2 days 3 00 Green Steve team 2 days 300- Hisle S D road work 6 00 Hargls H C supr 5 days 15 00 Hendred J C supr 4 days 12 00 Hisle Wm wit in Combs case 4 00 Hill Howard1 4 00 Hall Leslie 4 00 Harris J H 4 00 Hisle Willis a u 3 00 Hugael1 S L comr 2 days 3 00 Hugriely S L comr Calahan damage 1 50 Herndon H M comr 1 day 1 50 Henderson L It stable rent to July 1 120 00 Hunley W S clerk elec comra 5 C- OHunley W S vnrious claims 995 91 Uutilev W Son R Tliurman acct 25 00 iHeiiiireu J C redist county 42 00 Huguely Jim team l day 150 House Dan baloll work 8 CO Harvey Norris keepgMastera 10 00 Haden E L Co ntxt 4 50 Johnson W A old claim 138 00 Johnson McCleHaad reinov ing horse 1 50 Jones Ahaulitiglumber 500 Jones J M coffin acct 15 20 ones Joeeph bridge work 3 00 Jones Toni all small pox claim 27 00 Jones Thos out claim 1899 111 00 Joplin JoS acct 142 90 Joplin Jo S acct 3 Jenkins Bros acct 7 75 Jasper Dr H C acct 10 00 Kellar John to N B Coy 30 50 Kellar John 2 to Mad Nat Bk 131 10 Kelly B acct 13 73 Knox Marion bridge work 6 00 prisonersOctober 1239 10 Lackey J C waiting on court QctoberlOOO 244 00 Lackey J C keeping prisoners May 1901 2121 35 Lackey J C waiting on court May 1901 244 etcher Sing assigned to W S Hunley 1 5t Letcher Witt coal acct 335 5C Lackey earcy coffin acct 3 Morton John P Co ballots etc 142 Morton John P Co reg bks 4 Manpin Dan removing tree 1 51 Manpin S comr A W C pike 1 Myers D H lumber 44 Mellon Wm wit in Combs case 4 Mink Johnson wit in Combs case 2 MiukJohnsonsmall pox claim 11IInk Johnson 10 X Midkiff SL act 53 9 Medcalf Levi supr pikes 87 5 Medcalf Levi services 6 days 18 Masters J W pike work 21 0- Million E P comr A C C road 1 McKee Owen act 83 UcCarty Jaines plumbing 275 McKinney Wm bridge work 53 C- KMcCiintock J T act 81 Newby Green act 12 2 Norri8SimpwitinComl 40 OggJ N removing horse 1 Ogg J SAssigned to Jeff Cox 15 5- 1Oldhara W D Co act 843i Oldham W S act 216 01 Pars Arch assigned to S Har ber 1351- PantBgraph Pub Co ptg claims 403I Powell PW road work 501 Parish vLyman livery bill 151 Pearson Jim road claim 1899 6 7- 1Pearlmaa J small pox claim 21 j Poor House receiver salary COO Poof Boaea receiver allowance 800 0 Poor HOfe keeper salary 250 0 i Poor Howe matron salary 75 e Poor House physician allow asice 150 0 T Paapw practic 7 districts 80 r 91P0laputzJMw1tiBCogibscase S IPoyBti J3C medical act t 3 Peyatzi JM balance small x p4x elalm 488- Peew nrA M an stomach IMO it PifefeJs Gee W act qe- kjtip9 S P eoter A U 0 roada1 teseitlsDrPwitla Combacaae jo- l Rice ArBoW act 9A7 Roberwja B B coffin let 889 Bowlatid LJ balance small pox claim 3701 Roberts C M 6 paupers to poor house 9 Roberson John Jr 18 rod rockS 60 Rich Electric P Co lighting E court house and jail UO oq Searcy C L act 090 Smith A W wit in Combs case 4 00 Stockton t Hagan act K 55 Shearer Sam assessed Calahan damages 1161StonfferSimmons J P election comr K 00 Kandlin Louie supr pikes 17 50 Sandlin Louis services 6 days 00 Stone R K assigned to W S Hunley 00 Stevens Bus 168 feet lumber 10 Stafford Bros in J W Staffords hands 00 Smith J W for Barclays team 00 Taylor Bros acct K 50 Thorpe S II Jr 2 inquests i 00 Thorpe S H Jr fees Combs I casee B 10 Thorpe S H Jr fees Combs case I 70 Thorpe S H Jr jury feta I Cvmbs case 50 Tudorf Ben mad claim 1899 25 Taylor Dr T J wit In Combs case- Turner 00 S D Constable Madison county Thomas Enos pike work 30 Tevid W W rep school house 75 Todd Sam team 2 days 00 Vanderpool A L assigned to J T Cobb Wells M H road claim 1899 x White Geo D supr 4 days I1X White G D comr B W 0 White G D comr A W C pikefKO White John F fee bill 71 5 White John F waiting on Fiscal Court 40 Willoughby J A witness in Combs case 0 Wilson B F wit in Combs case 0 White Gibson acct 0 Wells A C 2 acct 25 Wells R R coffin acct 0 Wells R R supr pikes SO Wells R R services 6 days It 0 Williams Thos snpr pikes StflO Williams Thns services days Young J A supr pikes 3 Young J A services 4 days 1 Young J A Inquest pn R Mil lion OFFICERS OF REGISTRATION A ELECTION KO 1 COURT HOUSE KEGISTIIATIO DDykes Judge H C Hargis judge 2 Geo G Prewitt clerk J W Freeman sheriff xo2 CSIVERSITt REGISTRATION G B Turley judge 2 W H Douglass judge 2 Grant E Lilly clerk 2 C R Tevla sherifi 4 t N03 CITYIIALtrREOISTRATION Joseph L T Wilson judge 2 WTGriggs clerk 2 E H Bybee sheriff 4 KO 1 COURT HOUSE ELECTIO IJ DJDvkts judge 2 C Hargis judge 2 Goo G Prewitt clerk 2 J W Freeman sheriff i 102 UNIVERSITY G B Turley judge 2 W A Douglass judge 2 Grant E Lilly clerk 2 D KTevis sheriff 4 NO 3 CITY HALL L T Wilson judge 2 Joe M cSwain judge 2 W T Griggs clerk 2 E H Bybee sheriff 4 No4 CHESAULT Harvey Cheuault judge 2 M T Hall judge 2 Newlon Jones clerk 2 HH yilllams sheriff 4 i NO5 WHITE HALL Alex Black judge 2 Cyrus Minter judge 2 A B Hampton clerk 21 John Shearer sheriff 4 NO 6 MCCBEABY James McKinney judge 2 Joeiah Gentry judge 21 Wmllisb clerk 21 JO Brooks sheriff 41 NO 7 T1PTON W W Combs judge 21 Simpsoa Norris judge 21 BoW Grider clerk 2i HvKMellon sheriff 4 NO 8 WACO WT Fielder Judge 21 John W Moore judge LBybeeclerk 2 riaTerrlit sheri 41 No9 KAVA AUGH- g Sid NolaBdJ judge 2 Jal4 judge r 2 jjg Iota clerk 2 J ymm Vie sherUI g 8 uwaN i 10 BEABWALLOW 5 OMU Lewis jadge 2 j Owes Lakes judge 2 FISeaselwk 2I Jas Combe sheriff 4 rz NO 11 KINGSTON Jas B Parks Judge 200 2001UBrack Maupm sheriff 4 00 NO 12 DUNOANNON John Lackey judge 2 00 J C Mason judge 2 00 2001It ED Mitchell judge 200 E L Robinson judge 2 T J Osborn clerk 2 00 John Johnson sheriff 4 00 NO 14 BEREA J D Goodloe judge 2 00 Alex Moore judge 2 00 200JWNO 15 BUKNAM Sam Campbell judge 2 00 WIU West judge 2 00 M A Davidson clerk 2 00 John W Ballard sheriff 4 00 016 TEVIS N B Gy udge 2 00 Robert LOOK judge 2 00 R i Brown clerks 200 SAD Jones sheriff 400 NO 17 CRUTCHEB T J Curtis judge 2 00 John Murphy judge 200 Dan Tudor clerk 2 00 T J Douglas sheriff 4 00 so 18 POOSEY Elvada Tudor judge 2 00 U D Carpenter judge 2 00 J C Hendren clerk 2 CO Geo W Warner sheriff 4 00 so 19 SEWBY R John Heathman judge 2 00 Ben Tudor judge 200- RE Tudor clerk 200 W H Tudor sheriff 4 00 020 B1GGERSTAFF Bev Broaddus judge 2 00 N B Howard judge 2 00 WmLedford clerk 200 W H Kanatzar sheriff 4 00 PIKE WORK IN KOXTOWN DISTRICT Hampton Andy 21 00 House A J 4 16 Tnrpin Ceo W 180 W Williams Leni asgd to Taylor Bros 40 00 Williams Loin 32 00 Williams H H 37800 Williams H H 245 00 PIKE WORK IN UNION DISTRICT lush West asgd to R Wells 75 28 Baxter Alex 89 00 Brock Walter 27 50 BURh West 264 44 Chambers John 51 74 Durham Wm 27 50 Golden Wm 42 44 Gentry G D 54 2Gentry Charlie 13 25 Griggs W C 5 25 Huguely B F asgd to J P Hamilton 115 29 Martin Wm 30 35 895IThomas J M 3 75 WellsRicha 34 10 Wells Richa 5 25 Wens Bros 18 35 Wells R R 4287 PIKE WORK IN ELLISTON DISTRICT Blanton W L 13 00 Blanton W L 4 90 Blanton L 7 50 Blanton W L 6 74 Blanton W L 15 CO Bowman James 5 60 Blanton 4 20 BroaddusTO 30 Chenault CF 4 00 Collins Mack 00 Locklin Dan Andy asgd to R Burnam 90 10 Locklin Dan Andy asgd to 25tRlceIce Charlie 1401 V45RiceRice Charlie 192 iarey C L 42- 2C WORK IN YATES DISTRICT BIO HILL PIKE ilJ R 113 00- 26111 JR 49 73 llcorn Mrs Irvine 3 50- HcornJona 2 50- slack1 and Miller 40 00 CHrocIc Eb 900 00 Slack and tImer 200 a- lack09 and Miller000 rock Eb 0000 00 Jack and Miller 3537- Slbert00 James 24 75 00 00 3375UdyJeffWhit 3ff 00 TR 12 00- dlUe John L 24 75 idle Joe dlinJK tf 22b Wife W P 990 itltV Daniel s 91- irfeGeobe V- nalln 9C Daniel 12 0- 01ILJK 750 d inW P 1200 Sandlin Louis Jr 1200 Sparks George 460 Sandlin Ancil 3 60 Sandlin John K T 450 Sandlin Marian Jr 200 Tipton Soloman 18 00 MINALOS PIKE AzbillJR 1125 Riddell John 22 50 Sandlin Daniel 2260 Sparks George 9 00 tSandlin V P 900 Tipton Sol 22 05 BEREA PIKE Azbill J R 17 80 Bowen James 7 87 601McKeehan Riddle Joe 16 87 8andlinDaniel 16 87 Sparks George 6 75 Sandlin W P 6 7E t Snndllll J K 675 Tipton Sol 16 86 SPEEDWELL PIKE Alexander Joseph 53 05 Black and Miller 127 20 Ballew John 4500- Ballew John 5 00 Ballew John 22 95 Lawson E R 14 14- LawsonJoR 2256 RiceZT 00iPIKE WORK IN GLADE DISTRICT Agee A 0 aegd to W Bogie i 7 85- Azbill Chas 16 00 Anderson J E 12 50 Baker J M 1750 Haler J L 850- Baker E W 2 50 Baker James 14 10 Bicknell Earley 950- Brow W F 3400 Burnell A 8 00 Bolin Jas 4 00 Bogle Waller 19 35 BrockmanEb 3 Clianey ins 8 50 Coyle Thos h 10 00 Davis 1C 28 50 Dunn Robt 42 00 Davis Wm 33 00 Davis Wm 12 00 Davis I O 4200 Davis Rhodus 15 00 Evans P 5 00 Eaden Perry 5 00 Fugate Wm 13 25 Fish Mrs A T 168 00 Fish Mrs AT 1283 50 Fish Todd l3 03 Gentry Robt 5 00 Galloway Wm 3 50 Galloway F B 50 50 Gabbard R 3 00 Gabbard B H 20 00 Gay Frank 21 Gabbard B F 132 83 Howard John 1C 50 Hyatt Wm 2 00 Harrison John 5 00 Hazel wood John 1900 HilL H H asgd to Sallie Davis 63 00 Harris Robt g 20 Hilt Forrest g 00 Harris Robt 6 00 3ardin E 11 00 Hazelwood Harry 13 00 Harrison John 12 00 Hill H H 47 15 Jones C I 36 96 Jackson Wm 211 Jones Mrs D K 17 10 Johnson JohriW n Johnson dale r 27 Johnson Cale 121 Jackson Wm Kirby J B asgd to W Bogie 361 Kimbrel Sire Lucy 64 Lewis Albert 91 Maupin Frank 91- Jason T J 211 Mitchell ED 71 McWborter C C i Moore 0 A 131 Mitchell May McQueen James asgd to W Cogie 4 McHbnd Fed 120 Mason1 Sam asgd to Mrs A T flFish 150 0 Moore Charles 4 be Ogg John Jr b Preston Chester 35 Powere T J asgd to R R Bur nam 124 5 Nodes O O 151 6S Rhodes C C asgd to Mrs A T Fish 217 Rutherford Rufus 90 Rh ADavis 693 Roberts E 400 feharpTJC asgd to Mrs A T 0 Fih 60 TerrillBS 15iOVanwinkle Stanley 18 iughnFayetteN b0 Wallace James asgd to S A Davis 1201 AVyattU8 6 Wallace Grider 8 fcWaflcef Harrison 10 writ west IN KIBKSVILLE DISTBICT Bites Wm aegd to T J o I SSithJr 700 ocIBarnes Wm astf to P Grady 5001 Curran Thos a gd toW Bennett y 52 S Cnrran Thos i 1000 Curran Thos 344 95 Curran Thomas aegd to W Bennett 73 45 Fowler John asgd to L Cotton 168 19- 19iFowler John 4 Fowler John 188 60 Galloway Wm 32 00 GradyDave 96 00 Kellar John asgd to W Ben nett 101 91 Kellar John asgd to W Ben nett 58 25 Kellar John asgd to W Den nett 46 00 Kellar John asgd to W Ben nett 4250 Kellar John aegd to W Ben nett 11687 Kellar John asgd M Coy 132 25 J Kellar John asgd to W Benfnett 6160 Kellar John gdto W Ben nett 86 75 Moore Fish 1x6 95 McBride Joen 609 72 McKinney Wm 41 70 Powers L Fasgd to W Bennett 212 50 Powers L F asgdto W Bennett 87 50 Powers L F asgd to W Bennett 28500 Powers T J asgo to RBurnam 50 00 Powers T J asgd to R Burnam 6s 00 Ross Win 10390 Smith R L asgd to N B Coy 10 00 Naugh Fayette asgd to Mrs A T Fish 11425 Watts J W 18 75 Wren Wm 4415 PIKE WORK IN MILLION DISTRICT Baxter J G 400 Clark John 68 66 Coats Amos 10 00 Clark John JOS 00 CoatsAmossa 19 50 Coats Willf Vr i firo Dozier John1i 1650 UHHaden h 2 50 Howe Johnr 500 Kanatzar W H 3 6 Kanatzar J T 75 CO Kelly James i S5 Kelly Robert 20 00 Kanatzar JT ZQ Oft Kelly James 32 50 Kanatza4 J T 120 00 Kanatzar W H 63 00 Kelly Robert i J 113JOO KellyRobtI O V4 00 Kelly Granville 2000 Lowry Pierce lo00 Masters G and Newby C 4SJV1 Masters J W 7876 Million B L 6 00 Million B L 154 00 Million B L 17625 Newby T and RobgkL 179 00 Newby Allen 2600rNewby Bryant i woO Newby Talt f 1500 Newby T and Robert C 645 Newby T and Brink 7200 Newby Allen 195o Portwood Sam lit 75 t J r Portwood Sam 300 Roberts Richard i00 Roberts R and Clark 102 50 jRobertsRoberts Robert 0iJ Roberts Charlie 40 50 Rhodus Mart 800 Roberts Robert 13 So Rhodus Mart iv5p Roberts Allen SS O1 Rhodus Mart 4 65 e800rtobertsRoberts Allen 123 00 tobertsLuthercF l jOOi Roberts Allen 10750 Solvers W So 6 25 Warner Geo and Tracy 1500 Warner Gto and Tracy 20 00 ROAD 010 K W HAM OVERSEES Coffee John 7rIf Cotton Leslie qjf Cruse Cook 75 Hill Sam 150 Hill S m75fHam RAW 150 Long Clay 35 Long Dan- Moberly 75 W 75 Moberly Willie 35 Moberly John 35 Prewitt Morran 75 Rodes John 75 Roberts Emmett Ray Jim 110 Roberts Emmett 75 Ray Jim 7D Short B 75 Short B 35 Tudor Elvada 75 Tudor ElvadaX35 35I ROAD NO 13 JOHN MCHONE OVEBqe SEER Costell DW 2 days team 3Fr 2 days hand 150 4 50 Cbstell D M 2 days hand T50 Costell MO 2 days hand 150 Collins A M 2Jays hand x160- iblisrdMM2 days hand 1 5ot H arrlaon LtM 2 days hand fSi0 JaCKsbn Charley 2 days hind i11to Jackson Jules 2 days baad 150 Jackson Bill 2 days hand 150 Jackson T J 2 days haad 750