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The Style, Fit and Wear (t&Mt.
could not be Improved for !KhHh
Double the Price. tBB3;s.W!
V. L. Douglas $30, $4.03 and $5.00 Shoes arc the
productions of skilled workmen, from the best mi-
lenai possuuc iu put into suocs soio at uicse pntes.
We make also $!L50 and $225 shoes for men, and
$20, $2.00 and SJ.Va for boys, and the W. L.
Douglas $3J50 Police shoe, very suitable for
letter-carriers, policemen ana omers caving
much walking to do.
AVe are constantly adding new styles to our
Personal Ambitions Must Be
Repressed and Suppressed.
The alarmingly disorganized condition
of the Democratic party in this State is a
matter for the serious consideration of
each and every member of that party. It
is too late to begin to consider how this
disorganization was brought about. It is
not necessary to point out wherein personal
ambitions ami personal antagonisms
have Mw n the seeds of dissensions
oralarmen the fears of patriotic citizens.
Great as these causes have been and
justly confutable as they slitl are, to recite
or recount them would not serve to
mend the rents already existing. What
is needed today is a solemn renewal of
p'edges to the great piinciples of tl.e
party ns laid down by the fathers of the
Republic, as fet forth by Jefferson and
reaffirmed in thisState by the resolutions
of '03 and declarations of subsequent
State national andconventions.
A new society has just been started in
Brooklyn, the members of which will not
be permitted to mention a great-grandfather
or a great-grandmother without paying
a fine. "This organization," says the
New York Advertiser ' is the idea of a
vounglady, who, while eligible to be
long to the Daughters of tl eltevovutiun,
and even to the Colonial Dames, is heartily
weaiy of hearing about genealogical
trees. It is a sentiment many
share, and the pi cent talk about ancestry
w ill be purified by some such antidote,
if it cannot be cured. The name
chosen for this new departure is the Parvenu
Society, and its badge, a mush loom,
with ''She cometh up as a flower' for the
motto. Individuals with a taste for old
silver and a conviction that they are descendant
from venerable English stock
need not apply for admission. Of course,
if members have grand-parents living, it
will not be laid up against them, but
these relatives mut bespoken of or alluded
to with the utmost discretion."
The famous saddle stallions Black
Squirrel and Montrose were bred in
Kentucky and brought to Missouri
when about seven years old. After
srending the best part of their lives in
Audiaiu and Boone counties they were
sold back to Kentucky and are now
owned by J. W Garrett, of Ft. Garrett.
Kentucky. Roth are totally 'ilind but
aie still active and useful. Their service
fee ibSIOOO to insure a mare in foal
and their book is Usually filled before
the season begins. Some of the most
valuable horses in Boone and Audrain
counties earn the blood of these great
stallions. Columbia (M0..1 Herald.
The efforts to establish a Democratic
daily paper in Louisville seem to be
meeting with and the first issue
is expected to appear about the middle
of April. 15. A. Knloe, of NsoliviH, is to
be the editor and .Allen R. Carter, of
Louisville, the business manager. Mr.
Carter is a good busines man and can be
looked to push the enterprise along successfully.
Mr. Enloo is one of the leading
men of the "iith, representing the
Nashville dibtrict in congress three terms
where he took first rank from tne beginning.
He is a man of nerve and ability
and the new paper under h;s editorship
will be the leading paper of the south.
Crawford Bro.. of Lebanon,
Ky., report to the Enterprise some good
Jersey milk and butter yields. They
fifteen cows aud heifers made an average
during the year ISOGof 36j pounds
of butter. They further ndd: We have a
little cow which has been in milk 250
davs, and her record was Gj03S pounds,
four ounces of milk, which according to
her average test, made 300 pouds of butter.
We had one cow to give 6,490
pounds of milk and make 448 pounds of
butter in 270 days. Another to make
7,210 pounds of milk and 443 pouuds of
butter in 300 days, even."
to $50 per week easy!
You work light around home. A Brand
new thing. Wiite to us Quick! You will
be surprised at how easy it can be done.
Send us your address auywav. It will be
to your iuteiest to investigate. Write today.
AdJress. "PeopleV 3011 Market
St., Philadelphia, Pa. aprl4 4t
LITER AR Y NOTES.
"Does Modern College Education Educate,
in the Broadest and Mot Liberal
Sense of the Term?" is one of the most
important inquiries that could be set on
foot. This discussion, which is to be
taken part in by President Gil man of the
Johns Hopkins, President Dwight of
of Yale, President Schnrman of Cornell
President Morton of the Stevens Insti
tute, Henry Thurston Peck of Columbia,
Bishop Potter and others of the most
distinguishe I men of both, the United
States and Europe, is begun in the April
Cosmopolitan bv a radical inquiry into
the educotional problem along the lines
of Herbert Spencer. President Gilman
will follow in a direction almost equally
searching. Altogether there is promised
the frankest possible expression of opinion,
and it seems probably that if. will bo
the insist through comparison ever made
of educational mctho Is with the needs of
every-day life at the close of the nine
Freeman Brothers- Kly.
Ike Spiesi Icrses,
VOLUME X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1897. NUMBER 4 tJm -
We wish to caution nil users of Simmons
Livr Regulator on a subject of the deepest
anil importance to their health
their Iis. The sole proprietors
id makers of Simmons Liver Regulator
S i.sl cuto'ners are often deceived by
& ivn.' a h! taking some medicine of a
t & appearance or taste, believing it to
e Simmon Liver Regulator. We warn
ni hat unless I lie word Regulator is on
e parkage or bottle, that it is not Simmons
Liter Regulator. No one else makes, or
.ertus made Simmons Liver Regulator, or
anything called Simmons Liver Regulator,
but J H Zeilin & Co , and no medicine made
bv anyone e ae is the same. , We alone can
put II up and we cannot be responsible, if
other medicines represented as the same do
nut heh you as you are led to expect they
will Bear this fact ell in mind, if you have
ijeen in the habit of using a medicine which
you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator,
because the name was somewhat like
U and the package did not have the word
Jjlegulator on it, you have been imposed
Vpon and have not been taking Simmons
Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has
lavorably known for many years, and
a'l who use it know how necessary it is for
Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation
Headache Djpepsia, and all disorders
arising from a Diseased Liver.
We ask you to look for yourselves, and
see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which
you can readilv distinguish by the Red Z j
on wrapper, ana by our name, is the only
medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. II. ZEILIN & CO.
Simmons Liver Ilegulalor.
311S MIL' KKU (JUL1IKN.
.STEXOGRAPIIER AXD .
jS?ijfi& adjoining A .11 Burnam'' t.
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office in the Burnam Building, next door to
Fanner's National Bank.
C. F. BURVAM.
W. S. 110BEELEY.
RURNAM a MOBBRLEY.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Office in Burnim Building, recently occupied
by A. K. Burnam. 31-30
A TTO K.S E Y- AT-LA W,
RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY.
Olli.-e over T.u lorV Hardware store, op-Mit('
Court IIoiie, on Main Street.
II. 15. HOGG.
ATTORNEY AT LA II'.
JIiriiMoxi), - - Kentucky.
Office No. 13 Firt St.. up stairs. 31-30
GRANT E. LILLY,
A T LA II',
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office S. W. corner Mam and Second
(street up stairs. Will practice in sill
the courts of Mailiton and
anil Court of Appeals.
J C & D M CIIHXAULT.
.4 TTORNEYS A T LA IP,
Riciim.isii, - - Kkn'tucky.
Office on Second street, over
.1 TTORNE Y-A T-LA IF.
Siirlimoml, ----- Kentucky.
"Collections solicited. 13-
"DR. II. II. GIBSON,
PHYSICIAN AXD SURG EON,
Richmond. - - Kentucky.
Otficc in t,he Joe Cj.lins building, iS and 20 Second
Street, orer VVnue .old drucstore. 37-
I ETERTXARY SURGEON,
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentntry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office ap stairs over New York Store, cornet
Mam and First streets. Richmond 46-
LT. C. JASPER, M. D
Medicine and Surgery.
Ofhce Collins Building, MainStreet.
Telephone at residence (the Carr place) on
RicnjiovD, ----- Kentucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEOX,
Richmond, - Kentucky.
Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, nj
stairs Onice hours 12 to 1 ani t to so'clock.
DR. JOHN M. POSTER,
Richmond. - Kentucky
Telephone at office and residence, V
r W. EVANS, 21.' D.,
Physician and Sukgeon,
Richmond, - - Kektcckv.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond. - Kentucky
Dniceand reslJeiiccou Third ritrcou
DR. A. AVLLKES SMITH,
RlUtUOND, - Kentuckv
OrFics Smith huitdinz. Main Street. Office
ours,9to ix M.t i.oot04 I. JI.
limited to dcnmtrv
J. C. MoaSAir. J. A. Yates.
MORGAN & YATES,
Richmond, ... Kentucky.
MalnStretti over Maifem Natiosal
St. McCarty's Masterpieces.
Items culled from the colums of the Jessamine
Journal for the delectation of
readers of the Climax.
- All is not as harmonious within the
Republican ranks in Jessamine as would
seem. But Mien the Republican party
may frcralch nnd fight like hoodlooms,
but at the ballot box they vote as one.
In this one item the Democrats miht
learn a profitable lesbon.
Twnyounjr men at Monticello, Ky.,
died from li inkinc too many "hot drops"
which is NjolU'ti j;i en children in rase
A patent has been invented by an
Ohio man in which a residence can be
kept cool in summer by radiators as well
as Lot in winter. Now for an invention
to make ice cream out of cold air.
A lady in Delaware sues her husband
fur a divorce, because during a thunder
storm he ran to the cellar. The paper
did'nt state whether the storm was brew
in;: from the inside or outside of the
The municipnl government of Louisville
which is under control of the Republicans
for the firbt time in the history
of the party has been found rotten to the
eore by the grand jury and indictments
brought against several of the
And jet Kentucky was under a
Democratic administration for ovcrthirty
v ears, and so far Governor Dradley has
failed to find any corruptness
A wnnon belonging to R. II. Sageser
heavily loaded with from Lexington,
broke down on Main Street
iiHirniniii front if Hotel Nicholas.
Apples rolled out upon tue ground,
was scatleied about and an old
exclaimed: "Thank God, de days of
prosperity am comin'." 15ut when the
apples and cabbage were being put back
into the barrels, thesamedatkey remarked.
"Dem cabbage is jet like de Republican
party, wont recnize a nitrg.ih
cepin he'.s got de money."
The article written fioni
under date of March 13, to "lhe Standard"
published at Lexington, i- one of
the mobt malicious and cowardly ever
sent to a newspaper. In the first place
the man who wrote it did not have the
manhood to sign his name to it, and another
thing there is not a symbol of
truth in the whole article. It speaks of
Nifholasville as being the '"meanest,
toughest and most confounded town upon
the heni!rphere." Another falsehood,
and if the writer a5 held under the
town pump and given a good bath as he
no doubt badly needs he would then
pcihaps think better of us as a people.
Mrs. Liliie L. Eean's Musical
Friends of Mrs. Lillio Logan Keane
will be pleaed to hear of the success she
ia achieving at Jackson Collegiate
Of a musical gave last week the
'The parlor and music hall of J. C. I.
were filled to their utmost capacity on
last Monday evening, the 01 cation being
the thiid of a seiics of Musical Itecita's
given by the efficient teacher in that department,
Mrs. L. L. Keane, and her
'It will be seen by the frequent appearance
of her name 011 the program
that Jnckbon enjovb a musical prodigy in
the n.noii of Miss l'eirl Keen, fehe
remarkably sweet voice, under
ieifcct control, and many an older one
might envy hei in the rare self possesion
and infinite grace with which shecharms
ail. Her bUter, Mis Ella Keen, is also
gifted with unusual talent.
The audience iy fairly electrified by
I'rof. Raiclay'b rendition of two comic
songa, each one a master pierce.
'"Capt. fchelby's playing 011 the flute
was much etij yed as was also the piano
solo of Mesaeb Eliza Spencer and Maggie
Sew nil. Others who aviated ably in the
evening'b entertainment were Misses
Rogggs Ewing, Marctim and Hargis, No
word of praine from our pen can do justice
to the inimitable plaviug of Mrs.
Keane herself. Her touch ii pei feet ami
while we listened we forgot all things
earthly anil were carried in fa icy to
realms of an ideal world."
LAND, STOCK AND CROP
The Danville Advocate reports the sale
across of growing wheat
at (55 cents per bushe', and the Stanford
Journal notes the sale of a big crop at 70
Mr. W. A. Login, Hill City, South Dakota,
came in last,Friday to visit his
Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Logan, of this
place, as well ab other relatives in the
county. He is delighted with his adopted
6tate, and says land that you pay $40
aud S50 hpre for, can be brought there
$10 and $12, and equally as productive.
The weather is no colder in winter where
Mr. Logan is located than in Kentucky.
The couutv has a population of 10,000,
and only two eolored residents Jessamine
W. L. Douzlai
Shoes because they
axe the best.
For sale by
iUlUlUV AKV fUIj,.uu tilt u 49 i
son why von cannot be suited, so insist on
having V. L. Douglas Shoes from your
Ve use only the best Calf, Russia "Calt
i,aii conrsi, rrencn lau,
French Knamel, Vici Kid, etc.,
graded to correspond with prices
of tbc shoes.
If dealer cannot-supply yon,
W.L DOUGLAS. Bf8cfcfefl,M&
Celebrated for its great leavenlnjj
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forms
of adulteration common totho cheap
brands, powdeh CO.,
A State Income Tax.
New York Journal, March 12.1
Following in line with the
of Comptroller Roberts that a new
inheritance tax be imposed by New
York State, Assemblymau Bates has introduced
an income tax bill into the
Legislature. It provides that after January
1, lfcOS, "a tax shall be levied upon
the gross profits and income received the
previous calendar year by every citizen
of the State, whether received from
property rents, interests, dividends, salaries,
or any source whatever. Such tax
is to be one half per cent, per annum on
an income over $1,000 and less than
$5,000; 1 per cent, "on sums over $5,000
and less than $10,000; 1J per cent, on
sums over $10,000 and kw than $20000;
2 per cent, on sums" over $20,000 and less
than $30,009; 2J per cent, on over $00,000
and less than $40,000 and one-half per
cent, tax added to every additional
$10,000 taxed up to $100.00o!"
As the Comptroller was denounced, so,
undoubtedly, will Mr. Bates be denounced,
as acianst'auk 'A narebist"
and no true man. But he will be supported
in this, as the Comptroller was
supported in his proposal, by the great
masses of the people. Though the fact
has been lost sight of lately by a good
many persons, it still remains true that
the Maizes have equal political lights
w ith the commercially privileged few, and
this liates bill like the Hooerts recommendation,
shows that public sentiment
is rapidly making fcr the time when it
will use the majority right for the greatest
good of the greatest niitubf r.
Indications 6iich as thee are f st multiplying
in every pait of the United
States, that tlie burdens of government
'eem to the people to be unjustly proportioned,
and that the opinion is becoming
general that they must be
readjusted The old theory will at
nodktant day crybiahre again into practice
the theory that taxation in our
present social system should be proportioned
to ability to bear taxation; in
other words, to the benefits obtained
from the Government taxation is necessary
LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR-
EunxisiinD nv gi.oVf.ii a numtETT,
Sales on our market for the week just
closed amount to 4740 hhds. with receipts
for the same period 2903 hhds.
Sales on our market since January 1st,
amount to 30,990 hhds Sales of the crop
of 1890 on our market to this date
amount to 35,470 hhds.
Notwithstanding the falling off in receipts
this week, sales have kept up the
full limit, thus materially reducing the
supply of unsold tobacco on market. The
time of year has arrived when the holders
of new hurley tobacco realized that
it is unsafe to carry tobacco which has
been prized? The offerings this week
have included even a largsr percentage
than usual, of very common tabacco and
prices for such nuchauge were condition
is favorable, but the tendency of the
market is toward lower values for all
grades in dangerous order. Prices this
week have tanged from $10 to $16.25 for
the best grades on sale, and the market
has shown more activity and strength
for such goods. The offerings of the
week embrace 60ino very good old
w hit ii sold at prices ranging from $10
to $17.50 per hundred, and the market
may he quoted higher for all old hurley
in sound sweet condition. The continued
wet weather lias retarded the preparation
for plant beds and the sowing of
seed, and the progress made in this direction
is not as great as usual at this time
The following quotations fairly represent
our maiket for hurley tobacco, 1S95
Trash (dark ordamaged)$ 1 00 to 1 50
Common colorv trash 2 0 ) to 4 CO
Medium to good col trash' 4 00 to 6 00
Common lugs not colory 2 00 to 3 50
Common colory lugs 5 00 to 7 00
Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00
Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 8 00
Medium to good leaf 8 00 to 13 00
Good to fine leaf 13 00 to 16 CO
Select wrappeiy leaf 16 00 to 19 75
The above quotations are not applies
ble to green and frosted crops:
following quotations fairly
our market for hurley tobacco 18S6
Trash (areen or mixed. $ 1.00 to 2.50
Trash (sound) 2.50 to 4 25
Common lus 2 50 to L25
Medium lusra - 4.25 to 000
Good Injre 0.00 to 7.00
Common leaf ishoit) (S00 to 7.00
Common leaf - 7.00 to 9.00
Medinm leaf 0.00 to 11 00
Goodie if - 11.00 to 1300
Finemd selections 16.00 to 10.75
The following quotations fairly represent
our market for hurley tobacco
Trash (green or mixed) S 2 73 to 3.25
Trash (sound) 3.00 to 4 25
Common lujrs 4.23 to 4.75
Medium lus 4.75 to 6.00
Good lug (5.00 to 7.00
Cominou leaf (short)- 6.00 to 7.00
Common leaf, - 7 00 to 0.00
Medium leaf ,. 0.00 "to 11.00
Good leaf J 11.00 to 13!00
Mikado By Home Tabnt.
The Opera "Mikado" will be given
Apr,20for the benefit of tho Methodist
organ fund, under the management
of Miss Pattie nnd Mr. Thomas. The
following is the caste of characters,
composed of the best local dramatic
The MiVado of Jf pan. Prof. Sanderson
Nanljixjo ihij son d.sguiscd as
a vandenr luinstren. air. vv. it Pattie
KoVo (Lord fc'h Executioner
of liti,i Mr. W. K. Shackelford
vLord High Everythinjr
ese Mr. A. D. Flora
Pu uah (a noble Lord) Mr. Jno. N. Turner
i Uin t three ) Miss Mary Pattie
1 . .ie Sing I wards of Mrs. Henry Perry
i vtp Bo ( Ko Ko ) Miss Madgo Hart
iv tisha (an elderly lady In love
with Nankipoo) Miss Mariawillie Smith
Chorus of girls, gobies, Guards and Coolies.
At a meeting of the Democratic
County Cominittc of Madison counly,
it being an adjourned meeting of
said Committee, held on the 5th dry
of April, 181)7, and a quorum of said
Committee being present, upon motion
the following resolutions were
1. Realizing that the Democratic
party will most faithfully promote
and protect the interests of the people
of Kentucky, and that Democratic
Mipremacy and control in
local is absolutely essential to
the people's welfare, it is the duty of
all Democrats, in the interest of good
government, regardless of differences
of opinion upon questions of National
policy, to unite in the selection of
good men for county officers, thereby
insuring to Madison county an
an economical administration
in local aifairs.
2. It is ordered that a Democratic
primary election bo held at the various
voting precincts in Madison
county on the 29th day of May, 1897,
to select Democratic candidates for
County Judge, County Attorney,
County Clerk, Sheriff, Circuit Clerk,
Assessor, Superintendent of Public
Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Representative
in the Legislature, and Coroner
respectively, and the polls shall
be open from 7 a.m. till -1 p. m. at
each voting place in Madison county
on the aforesaid clay and for the purpose
3. That to defray the expenses of
conducting said primary election,
the candidates who propose to submit
their names to be voted for,
shall, on or before the Sth day of
May,lS97, pay to the Chairman of llu's
Committee the following sums: Each
candidate for every county olllce
except that of Coroner the sum of
$50, and each candidate for the olllce
of Coroner the sum of $10.
4. That said primary election
Bhall be conducted by officers to be
hereafter named by this Committee.
5. That the Chairman and Secre
tary of this Committee are hereby
appointed a committee to provide
the ballots and make all arrangements
for holding said election.
6. It is ordered that all legally
qualified voters who consider themselves
Democrats, and who will support
the nominees of this primary
election, and all young men now
under the age of twenty-one years,
but who will attain their majority on
or before the clay of the next general
election in November, 1897, and who
declare their purpose and intention
to nililiato with the Democratic
party, shall bo entitled to vote in
said primary election.
7. That the Ghairman of this committee
give public notice of said
election by posting a copy of this
order on the Court-house door and
at twenty other public places in the
county, and shall publish a copy of
this order in every issue of the Kentucky
Register and Richmond Climax
from date of adoption to time
of said primary election.
John JJ. Chknault, Ch'm.
"William Jett, Sec'y.
apr 7 tf
OUR CLUBBING LIST.
Magazines, Newspapers, and Other Publications
at Reduced Rates by the
Below will be found a list o? periodicals
which the Climax will order for its subscribers
at its reduced rates, tho only provision being
that the subscription to the Climax be paid up
one year in advance. By reference to the
prices quoted below, it will be found that we
can save you from five cents to one dollar on
every i nblication named.
2-The following prices include the Climax:
Arena . J3 75
American Art Journal, Music. .. 3 25
American Art Review 5 25
Breeders Gazette . 2 15
Century Magazine 4 CO
Cosmopolitan. I 95
Weekly Courier-Journal 1 C5
Weekly Commercial Oazctte 1 45
Weekly Enquirer - - 1 60
Oemorest's Magazine 2 65
Frank Leslie's Weekly. 4 35
Frank Leslie's Monthly 3 40
Detroit Free Pre33 Semi-Weekly . 1 85
The Foruin . 3 75
Harper's Magazine 4 15
Harper's Weekly . ,4 35
Harper's Bazar .. 4 35
narper's uoanu laoie 265
The IndeDendent 365
Lippincott's Magaiine 3 15
Muncey's Magazine 1 'JO
McClure's Magazine . 1 SO
North American Review ' 525
Ohio Farmer 1 90
Public Opinion 3 15
Review of Reviews 325
Scribner's Magazine 360
St. Nicholas 365
Semi-Weekly St. Louis 1 fcO
Tri-Weekly N. Y. World
Kentucky Stock Farm. n 75
Louisville Evening Po3t.
Weekly Louisville Commercial
N. Y. Journal, daily- .
N. Y. Journal, Sunday- !1
Cincinnati Post, dally
Five hundred other journals and magazines
with the Climax, at reduced rates.
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others fill, voting men re;iin loit cianST'i
nen reroccr youthful vi"or. Alrlu'c'v -n
nirccl ta Cure Kcrvouie Iot If nl "
Ither b?x, Fnillnc aico", V &..!!;. a
a-, and all effects of seif abuse or eicnr s
indiicrc'ton. Wimfo oiMntar.. and . ,
Don Mot dniglftt impoe a rorthloa en&stltut A
yon I watnett ylolusn It-1 rr
nsi'i:"rEtt'SNCltVJOIl or Bind I
Oan bo la vert pocSet. Prepaid pl.t;i
er. ? per bor. or G lor ?, wi.U -Vic
rltteu Guarnateo to C"ro
Trtnpv. PaniDh!t tree, bold hr rur.risv i.
riiJUi JAiuicvi. jl&u'A! ci.:ci!.i.
Sold by Uiclunond Dm- Co. ami W.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab ets. All
Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure.
25c. For sale'by W G. White, Druggist, Richmond,
Schedulo In effect Feb. 15. 11197.
rAvmnUMi No. ' i v o. I
Lv. lx.ul iliii 7 i.iain i.x m 8 UOpiU
Ar. bhcinyvillo. 9 It m h hpni U 1-pin
Ar.I.Vrcncel g . .0 (Mam d 2 m vSJj pin
Ar Veriil .. G. 3 1 1 til !0. Uiptn
Ar txin?t"n .. 10 iVim TiCipni 0 io pm
w u I Ml N o "T" N 4.
Lv Ix'iitto.i .. 7 iul 4 15 m ilium
Ar SlOan; i.l p 11 50: in
Ar.La'renceb'g.. S..0irr. .ii)Ji i. Mam
Ar. tlielbytlle.. 9 17 in '.iipm COOim
Ar Ixiulsvllle. . iu5Jjii 7o5pm 7
Trains Nos 1.2. i and 8 carry Free
BtSTD JU.ND VTEillDCIO
No. I. No. II STA'IONS. No It: o Tl
3 5SpTi 7 4am Lv Lotnsm Ar 7 .wpm
ttl.'pil IU WUm Ar ljirncbru Ar, 1 ..i m 8iaoi
7 Upm HI 49am 4 3 pm 7Soim
7 apT) M 01 m r Hurcln L, t ,0 pm 7.ioim
EASTU'DND W! STtOUND
N11. o 1)7 STATIONS No. 115 No fA
7 45aai Lv L.OU1SVU 7 iipin
b ilpm 9 I Vim Ar Saelhvil Ar 9 I7ini 6.2 pm
BMpti 10. :3am Ar Verslles Ar 8.H" m 4 I pm
7 01pir. II iO m Ar Mldwiv Ar 7 4lni a3nm
7.)pT! ArOeoritn Lvl 7 l')m aCOpm
EAStBJU.D WES I.OCND
tNo. 1 tNo i. STATIONS- No 6 ;tNo :
7.4.am dnjpin ..v Loulivn Ar li 65 111 7 pin
10 2.iim 6.40pm Lv ersl a Ar Tioam S.0Opm
1 1 iioam 7 3pm Ar Nichlvlll Ar 6 fani 4 lOpm
I1? ftinm 8.30pm ArRicamo'd Lv dOJini 3 lipm
1 .Opml Ar Irvine I I 30pm
STATIOS. No. 1 No 3
Lv LouUvllle. .. 7 43an siopm
Ar Lexlnetoa.. 10 Mam 10 49pm
Ar Knoiwlle... 7 lupui 7 Mam
Ar Asbevllle. ... 1 4Jan. IZSSpm
Ar bavannah .... 1 oOam
Ar J1Ckoville. 9 0 am
Ar Uaait inooga . 5 Vipni 760. m
Ar. Atlncla , OSSpni 1
Ar MaCua I 35a ni
Ar Jack'onville 9 01im
Lv Chittaooora. ainpm S.15am
Ar Hlralngham lOOjpm I ouptn
Ar MendliB. . . 2.3lani 9 4 pm
Ar New Orleans. 830am aiUam
No I carries Free Chair car Louisville to
Lezingtoi there conneetln? with hollil
e 1 rain carrylnj Pullman Sleepm: Car to
Jacksonville via Cnattanooji. also to New Orleans.
No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Loulivllle to
Chattanooga, also Lexington to Jacksonville
via Hot springs. Ashevllte and Pullman L'clon
Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans
tDally Except Sunday
A. Whidojt.P &T A.. S.T. Swirr. P STA.
Louisville. Ky. Lextniton. Ky.
W. II Green. Gen Sup . J. M. Lulp. T. M.
Wafhincton. D & Wa'hln.ton XX. C
VT. A-1 VflK.O P A . Wit It Tayloe AGPA.
Wasnln.'ton. D C Louisville. Ky.
y fckJl it t&JcTj?
C9 Is """"TVI. YJ r
A mavr' v t t V
vnll purify your blood &nd bring '
thebloomof health back intsyour i
cheeks. Each, bottle contains a
Painful and Snoressed Mtnsej! Irrecularltr, Lencnrrhcau Whites, Sterility.
cf the Uterus, chansre of Ilf e it i matron oc maid, all find relief, heir, benefit and: cure to
JOHNSTON'S It is a real pan for hesdaebe. pain In the Utt
down lecache, IrregoUr action of the neat,
muscular weakness, . bearinir pains, . backache, .
E lu f .t - - kaal1iE4a'W rT fTVlrt
health Information, Yoa traat JWrlti free.
WIUJAMS..DAnS, BR00K3 & CO.. DetroK. Mk.
" UrereUe far Uver 1 to. ' ThaTsunMaS Uttto Unr PWs
MT t.ir. s TBmW y.
For sale in Ri9llm9d,", Ky., &i 1 ."" 0 .,,-. rfviljL rn tj
sripnrcripe.bat 3e rasTkatural results. Sam-,
O.. flilraio. Montreal. Can.. or.Virtork. 2IJ.
At Waltek AzbelVs Livery Stvsle.
All kinds of hand-made harness, cheaper
than can be bought any where in Richmond.
Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction
BED WETTING CURED
OR NO PAY. Mrs. B. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee,
(iEO. W. RUiKY
Of Shelbyville, Ky , Recommends
WriKlit'a Uelerv Capsules.
Shelbvville, Kv , Mav 20, '90. To
Wright Jledical Co., Col., O :
Gents I have purchased a box of
Wrisht's Celery Capsules from G. IV
Middeltou, drUL'ist, and used them foi
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation
and found that they irave me immediate
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
9 Geo. W. Rilev.
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle-, or common water gluts
wiih urine and let etand twenty-four
lionir; a sediment or settling indicates a
diased conditiou of the kidneys.
When mine stains linen it iporitie
evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre
qucnt desire to urinate or pain iu the
back, is also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder arc out of order.
"vTHAT 10 230-
There is comfort in the knowledge
so often expressed, that Dr.
the great kidney remedy
fulfills every with in rel'ieung pain in
the b.tck, kidneys, liver, bladder aud
every part of the urinary paspces. It
corrects inability to hold uriie nnd
eca'.dirig'pain in passing it, or bad effects
following use of liquor, wine or beer,
and overcomes thafunpleasant necessity
of beinjr compelled to get up many times-during
the night to The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its" wonderful cures of the most
di&trefsins: cases. If you need a medicine
you should have the Lest, So!d by
price fifty cents and one dollar.
For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both
sent free by mail, mention tho Cliuvx,
and send youi full address to
Dr. Kimer it Co., Binghampton, x. Y.
Tne propretor of this paper guarantee
the genuineness of this offer.
A Word p.riv.ate
No one but yourselves know of the
goffering you go through. Why do
you suffer? It isn't necessary. Don't
lose your health and beauty, (for the
loss of one is speedily followed by the
loss of the other.) Don't feel " weak "
and "worn out." Impure blood b at
the bottom of all your trouble.
"Nothing: else like it:
The most and
pleasant Soap fo? thz skin.
fT'i smaj Mm " I - - fl
" JAEDICATEO r
: rpti'55! J
i .'; j ix:r.ii
t i StT.VW
lRarrAKTist?nc rtn the iJ2
ICltXT KUR5RY?B.TH fe'i.!53
It lasts twice S3 '"ong as others.
Atrial will convince ycu of 113 ereat
merit. Vi'.l pleas: ii.i coat fastidioos.
CHARLES R MILLER,
ittfr.of FRENCH STILLrD TOILET
soaps and pct;fu;.iery,
F, G, Oos Corsets,
On iacti Box.
FEATHERBONE CORSET CB.
W. D, 0LDBA&I & COMPANY.
L. & JS1. R. R.
Is Effect Makui 1, 1S90.
LV. Express for Cincinnati,! ARV
A. II. rarts, Jlavsville, 111- r. m
chester and Lexington
6.23 mail. 7.33
Cincinnati. Pari?, Jlavs
P. M. ville, Winch ester and
2.03 Lexington mail. 1.03
1.10 Pineville. 12 53
Fast line for Livingston A- JI.
11. A?, London.Jellico Knoxvillt 311)
. M. line for Cincinnati r. ji.
:: i! I'aris Winchester. 1143
v Jl Rowland am v sr
1.23 "tanforrf. 10 10
j "mm W
Second Street, between Main and
Water, rear of Dillingham building,
Richmond, Ky. Keady to do all kiu Is
of blackmithin promptly m the bent
workmanlike manner. S-7
Madisoa Monumental Works.
f A 1a n r?it 'fiST't ,
T3?w tl J&'tX
GRKNITE S) 7VYN77VYeNTS,
AND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK.
Ear further particulars, prices, tc., address,
Madisoi) Moi)iliDei)tal Worfo.
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We Send it FREE!
Young and Old.
Rejoice with us
in the Discovery.
When a man has Buffered for years
witli a weakness tlat bli$:lits hw life ami
robs him of all that really make hie
worth living, if he avail liiinl ef a
complete cure, w hy not (Kix.sv tf.e mwral
courage to stop his downward core.
We will f.eml vim by mail,
FttKK, m plain iwckat, the
1)15. IIUKKUaNS VITAb
to penuanntlv cnr l.lijir MAN
VlllU'urKliK, STnl'S foreer
XKllir KllliSIONS and all m.natHral
drains. Returns to former aftpettntrH'e'i
No C. O b. fraud nor recipe deeepiieu.
If we could not cure, we would not tend
our medicine FKKK to try, and pay when
satisfied. Write as this inav not
appear again. Address
Western Kedicine Company,
UCOEPflEiTES. Kalamzzoii, 3!ieh.
A An education at Harvard. Yale, I
Y or any other colleire or iititiitkm y
h of U'arninjr in ihe rnittil Mates, 4
A or in the Now Kn:land I
v tory of Muic, can be svcnrnl by v
any young man or woman who is
. in earnest. Write for -.
rv qunklv JAMKn I). BALL, "
k M Bromfield M., Boston. Mass.
R. N. !. & B. B, i.
Time Table No. 27, Taking Effeet Sunday,
No ember 1MXJ.
I 1ST CLASS 2ND CLASS.
1)9 1 DJlj?.U -Vc
Xo 1 V n U
I Ex Sun Ex Shb z Sua EiSm
A M. r M A. M. AM.
lrVraill I ic 2j 6 40 S ss
-. ,J 7 35 10
I Valley View i 11 m 753 1055
Million I 11 4S S IJ II 30
r k. .
i Richmond 12 1'5 830 tzjepm
tin ioc . 11 a 12 $ 1
Moberly - .. i 2i 1 ti
Brassfield .. 12 57 1 s
PanoU 11 2 1 ts
Irvine.. , 1 i 39
Stable in Eastern Kentucky.
C. T. FOX,
lv 9TBO0O. ' h wvfjr , 1 - , .
m ( - . 11 ii: - - w - - - f " - ii ' ri
- L .
. r M. A.
Jo. 1. Ns. 4. Na.3. N'e.iq
WEST BOUXD Eji San Ex Smi Ex Sa Ex Saa
a. 11 r ji. r.n. a. m.
Irrine , 3o 3 , ,
PanoU i s 4 ,s
Brassfiell .. i W 44
Moberly- ... ,,,. ii c. to
Union i7 5 15
Richmond ... 6 05 3 IS 5 4s 5 to
Million 6 aa 2 fc s 39
Valley Vier 6 34 j 43 , 5 gf
'.'icholasviHe 6 38 4 10 5S
feiailks. 7 sj t no 8 JJ
A.M. T. X. r.M. A.M.
Trains betweea Lontsvflte rt Vnmllti dajty.
Trains bctweca CwcauaM aJ yicnnviH
AU trams cesaect with Sostkera Radvray to
anil from Louisville, ami with tke CK. O.&.I.
P. to and from t'lactfiaati.
You can spead five boars in LoMviBe. ilM six
hours in Cincinnati or 11 hours la Le.iiawaaad
return to Richmond at 8:30 p. m.
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen by buying direct
from the manufacturer.
No better wheel made than the
Built in our own factory
skilled workmen using the be. '.
material and the most improve i
machinery. l?o Aca r.o agen '
Sold direct from factory to tl t
rider, fully warranted. Shiprx4
anywhere fcr examination.
Acme Cs'o Co.. ETxhcrt. led.
AND DEALER IN
Sccesswt Cife$ & Fi,
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