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The Style, Fit ond Vtar fflFyxk.
could not be improved for SiTK.QtatJmHR
Double tbe PrlEe. a
Douelas $3.50. $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the
cf skilled workmen, from the best nu
ll possiDie to put into snocs sota at incss prices.
e make also $20 and $225 shoes for men, and
l0, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the V. L.
Douglas $30 Police shoe, very suitable for
letter-carriers, policemen and others having
much -walking to do.
"We are constantly new styles to our
already laryo variety, and there is 110
sou wiry you cannot be suited, so insist on
havinB W. L. Douglas Shoes from your
Ve nse only tb.9 best Calf, Ttu3sia Calf
(all colors), French ratent Calf,
French Enamel, Vici Kid, etc.,
graded to correspond with prices
01 ine scoe.
If dealer cannot supply you,
Celebrated for its great leaven'ng
strength and liealthiulness. Assures
the food apainst alum and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
brands, royal dakixo fowdeb co.,
New and Popular March.
"Knights of Columbus" inarch two-step,
by George II. Fisher, is an excellent
piece for the pianoforte. It is written in
six-eight time, and contains a melody
that is attractive and pleasing to the ear.
It has also the right swing for the two-step
dance. Published by J. Fisher &
Bros., No. 7 IhDle House, New York.
Paice, 50 cents.
The Queen and Creschnt trainsaretbe
finest traiusrun in theState of Kentucky.
Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect
with the main highways of the Great
Trunk Lines of the North, West and
This is the line par-excellence to
Washington, New York, Boston and the
The Queen and Crescent connects with
every line out of Cincinnati.
S. T.Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky.
W. G. Morgan, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky.
LITER AR Y NOTES.
JENNY LINO S TEltRIBLE NERVOUSNESS.
A reminiscent article on Jenny Lind
and her home life has been prepared
by her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Maude,
for publication in the May Ladies' Home
Journal. It is said to be filled with interesting
memories ot the famous singer,
aud is noteworthy also as being the first
view we have of her through the eyes of
her adoring daughter. Mrs. Maude
bringp to light the fact that Jenny Lhicl
was always nervous and oversi rung before
events just before singing in a new
opera or oratorio, but was quite calm
when the very moment of action arrived.
LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR-
EURNISHED BY GLOVER & DUBRETT, LOUISVILLE
Sales on our market for the week jii6t
closed amount to 4740 hhds. with re
ceipts for the same period 2905 hhds.
Sales on our market since January 1st,
amount to 30,990 hhds Sal?s of the crop
of 1890 on our market to this date
amount to 35,470 hhds.
We have had another week of light
receipts and large sales, thereby materially
reducing the stock of unsold tobacco
A veiy large percent of the offerings
of hurley tobacco have been poor in
with'much of it warm and funked.
No fine or fancy grades have been sold
this week, bnt the few good hhds. jhat
have been sold brought from $10 to $15
per hundred. The tone of the market
has been strong and excepting tobacco in
bad condition, prices have been better
for all grades and types of hurley .The
least improvement has been on colon
lugs and trashes which however have
been taken at a slightly higher isnge of
values The most marked improvement
has been for good bodied red hurley
the common medium and good
grades which certainly show a decided
advance in values. Such old hurley that
has appeared on our market in sound,
sweet condition, has been taken at prices
higher than has been current for sometime
past. The sweating season is nepr
at hand and all parties should be careful
in regard to the order of their tobacco.
The following quotations fairly represent
our market for burley tobacco, 1895
Trash (dark ordamaged)$ 1 00 to 1 50
Common colory trash 2 00 to 4 CO
Medium to good col trash 4 00 to G 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 10 00
Select vvrappery leaf 16 00 to 19 75
The above quotations are not applica
ble to green and frosted crops:
following quotatious fairly
our market for burley tobacco 1890
Trash (green or mixed $ 1.00 to 1.50
Trash (bound) . 2.00 to 4.00
Common lujrs 4 00 to C.CO
Medium luss 2.00 to 3 50
Good bias 5.01 to 7.00
Common leaf (short) 7.00 to 9.00
Common leaf 5.00 to 8.00
Medium leaf 8.03 t H.OO
Good leaf 13.00 to 1G.C0
Fine and selections 1C00 to 19.75
following quotations fairly rep-
resent our market for burley tobacco
Trash (green or mixed) c o to 3.25
Trash (sound) C.CO to 4 25
Common lugs 4 25 to 4.75
Medium lugs 4.75 to COO
Good lug 0.00 to 7.00
Common leaf (short) 6 00 to 7.00
Common leaf 7,00 to 9.CQ
Medium leaf 9.00 to 11.00
Good leaf ILOO to 13 00
Fine and selections 15.50 to 19.75
AGENTS, $25 to $50 per week easy!
You work liylit mound home. A Brand
new thing, "Write to ua QuioU You will
be surpiised at hovv easy-it can be done.
Send us your address anyway. It will be
to yonr interest to investigate. Write today.
AdJress, "PeopIe'8"tr394l Market
St., Philadelphia, Pa. apr!4 4t
A Lexington prophet says there are io
be nine more snowa euranier. o-'
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Cheap Excursion Rates to
New York City.
On account of the unveiling of the
Graut monument in New York City, ex
cursion tickets will be sold via the C. &
0. Route at greatly reJuced rates. Tickets
will he sold (rood going April 23rd to
2fith inclusive, jrood to return leaving
New York, u i u and including May 4th.
The Che:- .ike and Ohio is the only
line p ij: within view of General
Gr.miV in th pl.ice at Point I'lesaut. Ohio
a heccniiiiaryat Maysville, Ivy., where
icceived his early and from
vt'icli be went direct to Point.
The famous F. F. V. Limited leaving
Cincinnati at 12:01 noon is the only n
electriclighted train running through
to New York without change, servirgall
meals in Dining Car. "Washington express
leaving Cincinnati 9:lrj p. m. connects
in Washington the next afternoon
with Congressional Limited.
The sceneiy of the Chesapeake and
Ohio particularly at this season of the
year is more attractive than can be had
along the line of any other rail road of
equal extent in the world.
County Democratic Committee
At a meeting of the Democratic
County Committe of Madison county,
it being an adjourned meeting of
said Comiriitteo, held on the 5th day
of April, 1897, 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
supremacy and control in
local atrairs 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 affairs.
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, Sherilf, Circuit Clerk,
Assessor, Superintendent of Public
Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Representative
in the Legislature, and Coroner
respectively, and the polls shall
bo open from 7 a. in. till 4 p. m. at
each voting place in Madison county
on the aforesaid day and for the purpose
3. That to defray the expenses of
conducting said primr.ry election,
the candidates who propose to submit
their names to be voted for.
shall, on or before the 8th day of
May, 1897, pay to the Chairman of this
Committee the following turns: Each
candidate for every county ollice
except that of Coroner the sum of
$50, and each candidate for the office
of Coroner the sum of T10.
4. That said primary election
shall bo conducted by oillecrs to be
hereafter named by this Committee.
5. That the Chairman and Secretary
of this Committee are hereby
appointed a committee to provide
the ballots and mako all arrangements
for holding said election.
G. It is ordered that all legally
qualified voters who considr 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 day of the next general
election in November, 1897, and who
declare their purpose -and intention
to nililiate with the Democratic
party, shall be entitled to vote in
said primary election.
7. That the Chairman of this com-
mitteo 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 Ken-
tuckv Register and Richmond Climax
from date of adoption to time
of said primary election.
John B. Chexauit, Ch'm.
"William Jett, Sec'y.
Tomorrow will be the 151th annivers
ary of the birth of T'mnias JefTerson.
OUR CLUBBING LIST.
Magazines, Newspapers, and Other Publications
at Reduced Rates by the
Below will be found a list of periodicals
which the Climax will order for its subscribers
at its reduced rates, the 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 file cect3 to one dollar on
every publication named.
3-The lollowins prices include the Climax:
Arena . . . - $3 75
American Art Journal, Music. .. 3 25
American Art Review . 5 25
Breeders Gazette 2 15
Century Magazine 4 60
Cosmopolitan. , 1 95
Weekly Courier-Journal . 1 65
Weekly Commercial Gazette. 1 45
Weekly Enquirer . - . 1 60
Dfmorest's Magazine . . 2 65
FrankXeslie' 8 Weekly. 4 35
Frank Leslie's Monthly . 3 40
Detroit Free Press Semi-Weekly 1 85
The Forum . 3 75
Harper's Magazine . 4 15 1
Harper's Weekly ... 435
Harper's Bazar 4 35
Harper's Round Table 2 63
The Independent .. . 3 65
Lippincott's Magazine- . . . 3 15
Muncey's Magazine 1 9u
McClnre's Magazins .. 1 90
North American Review , .. 5 25
Ohio Farmer . . 1 So
Public Opinion 3 15
Review of Reviews. 3 25
Scribncr's Magazine. . J. 3 60
St. Nicholas , , 3 C5
Semi-Weekly St. Louis 1 SO
N. Y. World . . 1 75
Kentucky Stock Farm. . . . 2 75
Louisville Evening Po3t. . . 3 0C
Courier-Journal 1 75
Weekly Loaisville Commercial 1 45
N. Y. Journal, daily. . 6 00
N. Y. Journal, Sunday.. .... . 320
Silver Knight , 1 70
Cincinnati Post, daily . . 320
Peterson's Magacine. ISO
Puck, vfeekly 525
Judge, week: 525
Atlanta Constitution .. - i as
Atlanta Journal 1.45
Five hundred other Journals and magazines
,vfith the Climax, at reduced rates.
Ths Climax Company will take pleasure in
attending to orders received by mail. Always
'state, whether or not you are now taking the
;periodial yeu wish sio seed for. J ,
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THE RICHMOND vL MAX. - v
YOLUME X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APEIL 21, L897. r faeJ ?r;nt NUMBER 46.
W wish to caution all users of Simmons
L v r Regulator on a subject of the deepest
i rvt and importance to their health
rh.ip llieir lives. The sole proprietors
.a m tkers of Simmons Liver Regulator
-in 'ii are often deceived by
iiinj aid taking some medicine of a
. ii a- appMwnce or taste, believing it to
Mmaiorn Liver Regulator. We warn
'iu that unless the word Regulator is on
i ! p f kae or bM tie, that it is not Simmons
i.jver Ke.ulatnr. No. one else makes, or
ifrh.s iiud Simmons Liver Regulator, or
Simmons Liver Regulator,
i'Ui J H Zeilnxfc Co., and no medicine made
1 anvon e se is the same ,.We alone can
l a v up and we cannot be responsible, if
. ipr medicines represented as the same do
mi tie.i. vou as you are led to expect they
w il Be.ir this fact well in mind, if you have
leT in the habit of using a medicine which
yon supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator
th name was somewhat like
it and the package did not have the word
Kvu!ator on it, you have been imposed
tipjn and have not been taking Simmons
L. ver Kegulator at all. The Regulator has
len lavorably known for many years, and
a . who use it know how necessary it is for
Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever,
Headache Dyspepsia, and all disorders
ans ng from a Diseased Liver.
We assk vou to look for yourselves, and
gee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which
yon can readilv distinguish by the Red Z
on wrapper, and by our name, is the only
medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
MliS MIL' KKI (JIIUIK.V
Ti: Ot. R iPIIER AND
JlH IIMOM). KENTUCKY.
""j?i adjoining A .R Burnam'g.
K. W. MILLER.
Atto kn et- at-La w,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
office in the Burnam Building, next door to
y armcr'j. National Bank. f
C F. miBVAM.
W. S. MODE-LEY.
B JRNAM MOBERLEY.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Opfick in Burnira Building, recently
bi A. R. Burnam. 31-30
.. ST7jjT"v"..N ,
IlICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY.
,li -e over Taylor's Hardware store,
i-it' iVinrt Himim', on Main Street.
H. K. HOUti.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rn iimovi), - - Kentucky.
Office No. IS up stairs.
GRANT 11 LILLY,
A LA II',
IllCIIMON'II, - - KENTUCKY.
O'Mce S. W. rorner Mam and Second
street up fetairs. Will pnicliee in sill
the fiiirt" of Madi-on and ndj uuin;:
owniics and Court of Appeals
.J C .t D i CIIBVAULT.
iTTORXEYS A T LA II',
oin on Second street, over Chen-grocery.
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W.
Richmond, ----- Kentucky.
('ollcc'inim 5ilifMtP'l. 13
DR. K. II. GIBSOX,
PHYSICIAN A 'D SURGEON,
Otfice in the Joe ( dins biuMinc 8 and 20 Sec
ond Street, over Wnue eM dructere. 27-
I ETERINARY SURGEON,
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
V'tTinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office up stairs over New York Store, cornet
M.un and rirst streets. Richmond 46-
. C. JASPER, M. D
Medicine and Surgery.
Office Collins Buildim:, Main Street.
Telephone at resilience (the Carr place) or.
IticnsiosD, ----- Kentucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
RtciiMOXD, - Kentucky.
Office in Smith Building, Ko. 204 Main Street, np
stairs Office hours 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock.
DR. JOHN M. FOSTER,
Richmond. - Kentucky
Telephone at office and residence. V
G. W. EVANS, M. D.,
TlIYSICIAN AND StJItOEON,
Richmond. - - - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Metllcine and Surgery,
Richmond ... Kentucky
Drtlrennil residence oi Third lre"t.
DR. A. AVILICES SMITH,
Ri hucivu Kentucky
Orrici Smltli building. Main Street. OfEce
iour. 9:0 to ta M. ; 11 to 4 I. M.
rTTPracticc limned to deutiitr.
3 C. Morgan. J.A.YATK3.
MORGAN & YATES,
Richmond. - Kentucky
Off" Main Street, over Madison National
How to Acquire the Reading
An eminent teacher in sin address to
boys said recently that lie attributed the
success tie bad achieved in life to an accident
that occurred to him when lie was
eijiht years of a;e. He injured one ot
life leS to that lie was confined to the
bouse for many months. He could not
play, and for weary liouis had no one to
whom he could talk, and he was, therefore,
obliged to amuse himself by reading.
He read every Dook in the bouse and all
the newspapers, and by the time be was
t lrounb bad the book-hunger upon him.
lie scoured the neighborhood for books,
but was Itft until ho moved
to a fircat city and obtained access to a
Iarce library. By that time he was con
firmed in the habit of reading, and
thiough alouK life had devoted all lis
s.iare bonis to menial improvement
through reading. Aicirding to bis view,
the chief function of an educator is to
prepaie his pupils for intelligent reading
and to inspire them with a desire to
learn. That done, and the habit of 1 willing
firmly established, the pupil is pre
p tied to advance to any plane of activity
for which his mental endowment, when
cultivated, may fit him. Too much value
should not be put upon mere book
knowledge to the exclusion of other
kinds of knowledge, but it forms an excellent
preparation for the of
all other kinds- Nor in it of great importance
what booksshall be read first cr
what course shall be followed, provided
onlv that the books are of a character to
improve the mind in some way and that
they are read attentively and with understanding.
Tlie chief fault today is
that we have a superabundance of
ephemeral literature which engages the
attention of young students to the ex
clusion of staudaid authors. The pupil
of forty ears ago had a real advantage in
the of a limited library of
rhoic works from which to study. But
the pupil of today ran, if so minded, keep
in touch with current literature while
devoting a large share of his time to the
classhs. is a necessary course to
pursue if one would get a fair literary
traiuing, for current literature cannot be
fully understood except by thte who
are tolerably familiar w itb the great auth
ors of English literaluie. 'Ulnsions to
mythological tales in the poetry of the
seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
The habit of reading is a very useful habit,
with no evil confluences, provided it is o
not allowed to interfere with necessary
woik. Making liberal allowance fur
boms of wmk, of sleep and of recreation
at least thiee hours a day lemaiu to be
accounted for, and these three hours,
though they may by enterrupted, cannot
be better emplnveil than in the reading
of works. The word useful as
heie emploved includes works of the imagination
in prose and poetry, as well as
essajs, histories and biognphies, which
are generally clashed as substantial and
instructive, though 60 many of them are
dull ami stupid. In some good
fiction and tood poetry are superior to the
learned books, for they contain much
that is instructive, while they are made
attractive by the piny of imagination.
Tlie boy who has developed book hunger,
if his tastes are not obviously, prevented,
is on the road to learning and culture,
for the earnest and devoted leader picks
up in the comse of a lew veins a great
amount of information, an 1 if he reads
good books, acquires a know ledge of
words and literal y forms which in itself
will be of the greatest service to him.
The Jiuisvijle Po't saj k "One of the
important matters with every city is that
of securing paving at the lowest possible
cost. It is impossible to overestimate the
value of smooth, clean durable stieets.
This problem has been solved for
by nature itself. Within
of this city there are great deposits
of rock asphalt, by all odds the best paving
material known to mankind. These
a new soiuteof wealth to the
State of Kentucky. They give to the citv
of Louisville inestiniaMe advantages in
one most important particular. It is possible
now to becure asphalt streets at little
less than half the former cost. It is
(Kissihle for Louisville today to make a
contract, undera ten-years' gu irautec, for
stieets superior to those of Washington,
superior to any we havein Louisville, the
price being paid $19 50 per square.
A Potato Trick.
A farmer of Calvert county, Md., re
cently shipped to a market city a quantity
of fine Irish potatoes and was returned
account of sales at 50 cents per bushel.
At the time of shipping he enclosed with
thele'ter of consignment an order for
several bushels of new seed Earlv Rose
potatoes, which were prompth sent him
with a bill of $1 per bushel. Having
marked a number of the potatoes he had
shipped to market, the farmer was surprised
to find his commission man had
returned to him a portion of his crop with
a double rate of value, lie sav s it is well
known that a sea vovage will improve
the quality of rye w hiskey, bnt that such I
a water trip should double the value of
potatoes is unaccouutnhle to him.
and itijsiciam all VS& " j0S0k
W. L Dotisies
Shoe because they
are tbe best.
For sale by
Freeman Brothers, licrirnonci,,ICyv
Acquitted of Plagiarism.
The young gentleman who won the
medal in the late Inter Collegiate Oratorical
Contest, W. P.Stewart, ofCjeorgetown
College, has been acquitted of the charges
of plagiarism with which his victory
was for a time clouded. The Climax,
without pretending to judge the case, has
not desired to shield the accused from
the shafts of criticism and contumely
that the rival colleges have heaped upon
him, but to direct the attention of the
latter to the fact that this is a bad time
to begin their purification process. It
had better been done before the contest.
Why? Simply because it is our belief,
based upon a twelve years' experience
with college boys, that not twenty-five
per cent. no not ten per cent of them
are the authors of their original orations.
Therefore, if "Mr. Stewart's friends were
so inclined tbev might have called fur a
all around, and what could
not have been pioventobe parallelism
might have been, under oath, shown to
be the produtt of other pens than their
It may seem queer for us to enter this
prottst against the action of the committee
for investigating this case, at tlie
lime it did. It was simply dangerous.
Why it might have led to the exposure
of so much plagiarism among the other
contestants as to have given Mr Stewart
first place xii the quantity as well as the
quality of originality! And where would
the others now be 'at'?
A vote was taken and resulted in the
jutssage of the following resolution:
"Besolved, 'I hat we. the Executive
Committee of the Kentucky Oratorical
Association, find the evidence produced
is not sufficient to convict W. P. Stewart
of plagiat ism."
Extravagance, The Menace
of the Country.
In the April Forum ex-Secretary Morton
has a forcible article "Retrenchment
and Ruin" in which he contends
that the present rate of iucrase of federal
expenditure is at a pace that kills. It is
out of all proKrliuii to the resources of
the people and cannot be maintained.
Retrenchment at Washington is imperative,
as also in States and municipalities-it"
ruin is to be averted. The tax rate, in
the aggregate, is now m some parts of
the country, the ex-Secretary says, from
to 0 per cent, on the assessed valuation.
"The fixed charges of American citizenship,"
hedetlaies "must be cut down."
If the republic is to be peipteuated we
in return to the ancient faith that the
sole business of the government is to
piotect life, liberty and property; not to
do everything for every body.
In IS 10 the net expenditnies of the
federal government were $1.41 per citizen;
in 1S90 they were S4 7o. At present
they are still higher. The gross
expenditures per citizen in liAQ were
Sl.Oo; in l&M they were $10.00. "In
proportion to cost there cau hardly
be found a local government,"
savs Mr. Moitou, "that makes so small a
return to the citizen as that made by the
federal government." From 1S50 to
1MK) the average net ordinary expenditure,
exclusive of interest and premiums,
was SoliS :jGo :0S; from ISTOto 1SS0, $1,-o:;i,10.,:)SO.
from 1SS0 to 1S90,
fioui 1S!)0 to 1S90, $1,977,397,SS7
At this rate the net ordinary expenditure,
exclusive of interest, from lS'JO to
1900 will aggregate $3,295,033,1-15, or
nearly as much as for the twenty years
preceding 1S90I From 1S90 to June 30,
1S90, we gave away in pensions $840,303,-
077, or 42 50 per cent, of the net ordinary
Yet the government is not better The
average citizen gets no adequate return.
A few flourish at the expense of the rest,
but so far as public objects are concerned
our outgo is almost all mere
waste. Mr Morton calls attention to the
fact that pensions, instead of diminishing
since 1SS0, have increased. Between
1870 and 1SS0 the pension bounty was
under $400,000,000, whereas between
1SS0 and 1890 it was over $700,000000,
and in the last six yearoo ver SSOO.OOO.OOO.
lie explains that nobody objects to pensions
for ex soldiers ' who inclined genuine
disabilities," but insists that the
thousands who have life insurance policies
need investigation. These policies
have been obtained by persons swearing
that they are free irom chronic maladies,
while at the same lime the policy-holders
get pensions by swearing that they are
victimsof chronic diseases. Theexistence
of such cases calls, he thinks, for inquiry
ami a purging of the roll of honor. Public
building jobs, river and harbor job",
navaL contract jobs, ''sundry civil" jobs,
exposition bounties these are broad
lines of waste in congressional appropria
tion bills. The whole scheme of the
governmert is affected by reckless expenditure.
The burden it lays on
is not weighed; only the benefit
conferred on officials aud a few special
iuterests is had in mind. This cannot
continue indefinitely. Waste and excessive
taxes in time of peace constitute
. and oppression . brings bail con-
The fruit growers are hoping the frosts
last week were not as fatal as reported.
I Qandy cathartic
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WEAK RSEH R8ADE VIGOROUS
i Espfl tzr ?i vrvisr.v
.Ytef PEFFER'S HEBWQCS M'
It nct powerfully and Cores when a
there rill, lounmcn rexnin lost manhood.
viior. Absolutely Otis
nteccl to CiireNervoimnesi, X.n?t Unlit
'miMitency, Ichtly tiulnrlcni. Lett A'mc
Ithcr Hex, Vr;'rs I
ac, and all (ffrcls of eclf abuss cr trec:s:s c
ndlwnlloi. Wrrds o!T inEint'y nml mramr
oa ItylaUs a RTPatcr proau Iniston t
rw M:uV:GOS, or b 1 .
i n bo csrrlod In vest pociet. lrenaM pliln w
kt. 6I per box. r O tar t".1. vi'h A ? "
Vr!tten iSuirantue ti Cro urltefnini
riev. Pumprltire.SoM hr i"n.cisis. A
Sold by Richmond Drug Co. pnd V. G.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Drucpists refund the money if it fails to Cnre.
25c. For sale by w. G. white, Druggist,
Scheiluio in effect Feb. 10. 1807.
EASlliiHIM) No. I No o. I.
Lv. Ix ulille 7 OilU a mi m 8Wp:n
Ar. Shelbyiille 0 liin 5..rpni V Ivin
Ar.Li'rcncnu a 0 Ohm 4 12, in !'-
Ar Vers:illM.. lOiUn. G3M mjiO. H.pm
Ar Lexmsun . 10 Vnra T.llDrni1 0 IKpra
wk in 1 1 i Si N ) il No. .
Lv lxixiii. toa . 7.4 nil 4 45 m ilium
Ar. 8. 10am 3.1 P - 5 0. in
Ar.L.krcnceb'i. a?0in. a 35i n .'Oam
Ar. beibyvllle. 9 I7.ui a.Sipni COOatc
Ar Louisville.. iaM.ni i 7J0JIE.
Tra'ns Nos 1. 2. 5 and carry Freo.
Na I No. II STA ION! No - NO It
a.Vpn 7 4.im Lv Ijutsvil Ar 7 anpm in aoair.
a up n 1U 0aui r Laracbrj Ar r.im 8 SViiu
7 12pm U l9im ArllarodsbgAr 4 3'pm 7 Aiam
7 .5pj. II 01 ra r Bursli L i iu.wi 7.a mi
tin. Ii to " STATIONS Na l6tNn (i
a.iipni 7 4)a i) L Loutsrll Ar Uonjinl 7 bpal
5 J'.pzn 9 15am Ar Sneibvll Ar 9 I7im C2ipni
6 34 pa. a?3am Ar Verslles Ar 4 1 pnj
TOIprr ArMldwii Ai 7 l,.n I 133pDi
7.30pmlllipni Ar Georirti L 7 li-in I aoopti
IEA3.UJU.ND WES DOCND
.No. 1 tNO STATIONS. tNo 6 ltVo
7.4am iftopm i.v Lout-tilt Ar ;jm m 7 oopia
10 2im 6i4iipnj l. Verl'es A' 7.anam iCOpia
11 lam 7 3ipm Ar NIchlrillAr C Sam 4 inpia
lOOintn a 30pm ArRlchmo'd Lv CQjam 3 15pm
I .0-ml. Ar Irvine I. 1 30pm
8TATI'tS. No. 1 No 3
Lv Loulsvllie.. 7 45am 8liUDn
Ar Lexlnifton.. lOSiair 10 45pn
Ar Knoxwlls... 7 10pm T oia n
Ar Ashevllle. ... ( 4iami Uiipn
Ar savannah. ... 4 sua 31
Ar 9 03 31
Ar Cnattmooga ... o aopni ?50.:n
Ar. Atlanta '0 55pin 1.15pm
Ar Maron l.joam
Ar Jack'onvllle ... vOlim
Lt i I'ipm 8.15am
Ar Birmingham .... ;0 0onm l.ixipm
Ar Mer.dHn 231am 9 4 pm
Ar New Orleans 830am CSOjm
No I carries Free Chair car Louisville to
Lexington there connecting with .Solid Veil I
bu'o Iraln carrylns Pullman Sleeping Car to
Jacksonville via Chattanooga, also to New
No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper LViutiville to
Chattanoosa. also Lexington to Jacksonville
via Hot bprlngs.AshevllIe nd Pullman Union
Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans
tDally Except Sunday.
A. WnEDOic.P &T A-. S.T. Swift. P &T.A..
Louisville. Ky Lexlnrton. Ky.
W. H GREiN. Gen Sup. J. M. LCLP.T. Jt
Washington. D C. Vashlni.ton. D. C
W.A.TnK.GPA.Wt U. Tavloe. AGFA.
Washlngtcn. D a Loulatllle, Ky.
& The Horrors of Nervousness.
X Those who are going through,tbe indescribable terrors of this dread- ??
ful disease, require'no descriptioit of the agonies they constantly suffer.
s. But why suffer? Good "blood giysir good nerves; and A
t . '.'
persons. there is an .Increased appreciation of it. JOHN- 4jp
TON'S'SARSAPARILLA is Jl specific for impoverished pr impotent
nerves; it feeds the nervous systljm to high health.provides for physical v
and brain endurance, cheertuinijss, nappmess ana cnergj.
Our paje Uliutnted boo' contains some Interestinj pases on Nerve
It Is free for the asking. Chart bottle, 81.00.
WILUAMS, DAVIS, I ROOKS & CO.. Detroit, ntciu
dJvtrettea euro latHneittoa
(.. Oiiraro. Jlontrcal. fan.. or.f it TorS. si:. 6
SEE THEM !
PURCHASE THEM I
fjgjl lg GO
CUB in i
! figs? SgCW EEwqSl "sO
so A ess
At Valteb Azbeix's Litlrt Stablk
All kinds of hand-made harness, cheaper
than can be bought any where in Kichmond
Ghe us a trial an I be convinced. Satisfaction
BED WETTING CURED
OH SO PAY. JIcs. B. II. nOWAN, Milwaukee,
(JEW. Y. HlhKY
Of Shelbyville, Kv., Keeommends
WhkIuV Celtrv Capsules
Phelbjville, Kv , M.tv 2, 'lG. Tc
Wrijrbt .Mediial Co., Col., O :
lieiits I have purchased a box of
Wriuht'd Celery Cajisules fnnn U L.
M'ulileltoii. and used them for
S"ur Stomach, Torpid I.i er and
and found tht.t thev cive me
reliel every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
9 Geo. W. Rilev.
m TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common water glass
with nrine and let stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling indicates a
diseased condition of the kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is positive
evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre
quent desire to urinate or pain in the
back, is also convinun; proof that the
kidneys and bladder are out of order.
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge
so often expressed, that Dr. KilmerV
the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in reliein: pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every part of lhe urinary paspces. It
corrects inability to hold nriae and
scalding'pain in pawing it. or bad effects
following use of liquor, wine or beer,
and overcomes thatunpleasant necessity
of being compelled to get up many time"
during the night to urinate. The mild
arid the extraordinary effect of
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most
distressing case?. If you need a medicine
you should have the best. Sold by druggists,
price fifty cents and one dolbr.
For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both
sent free by mail, mention lhe Climax,
and send your full address to
Dr. Kimer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y.
The propretor of this paper guarantee
the genuineness of this oiler.
rives Wood. It is a nerve o.
strengthener and restorer, the
efficacy of which cannot be
over-estimated; when it is
learned that its absolute freedom
from poisonous drugs or
opiates, makes it safe for use
in ine nanus or sick or mw
aad Skit Headach. 35c a r
!. B. T;Ior,"Wco, 'Ky, v
rssstHssistftasrfcn,. "1 r r " if r if
"Nothing else like it"
The most refrasliing and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
f - ...- - ajiy
iiwii il wi hi vl jl
1 iRuryKnamc for tmt 0$U
I TOILET NURSCWCSEATH
U Price 25 tQ
Bi - - 'i'.iW ,i' '
It lasts twice as Icno; as otters.
Atrial will convinc: vol of it3 erreat
ment. Will please the most fastidious.
Mfr. ot FRENCH MILLED TOILET I
'"-' tUAr'i AXU
inm '. 'v r v 'u mm
0. Oos OorsBts,
t5" "tTi,N EC.C05
Sfllh $f ffi?n
FANCY and h2iiiiBPK.
FEATHERBOHE CORSET Gfi.
W. D, 0LDEAS1 & COMPANY.
I - S" NS XT" 'I
Street, between Main and
Water, rear of Dillingham bnildiiijr,
Kirhmord, Ky. lieady to do all kini
of blarkMiiithing promptly in the beet
unrkmanlike m.inner. S-7
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen by buying direct
from the manufacturer.
No better wheel made than the
Built in our crvn factory by
skilled'workmen. using the best
material and the most improved
machinery. Wo havo no agents
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
anywhere for examination.
Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, lad.
An education at Harvard, Yale,
or any other college or institution
of lea-ninj: in the United States,
or in lhe New England Conservatory
of Mnsic, can be feeenred by
any joung man or woman who is
in earnest. Write for particulars
ouiiklv. JAMES D. BALL,
1ST CLASS. 2-Jn CLASS.
EAST BOUND - .
" San Ex Sua Ex Sw Ex ta
A M. r M. A. M. A M.
NichobsTiHe ,. 15 7 33 w
7 lB K
Million 4S S ttt9
Richmond i- s Ziyajmi
tI 2 5,
Molxrly ;, , ci
BrxssfieU 2 47 , g
Panoia 12 4- - ,5
Irme , Itt j w
nst; "V-- . V . ' -
WESTBOUND Ex SuEx Sun Ex & E. &
r u. r.M.
t 3a 3s
Pinola ,,...., i 55 4 33
Crassfield a W 4 4
Moterly il 5
Union.H 2 i7 5 'S
RichmODtl T,.., 6 05 3 15 5 40 SCO
Million 6 30 .39 S3
Valley View.,, 34 3 43 S S7
NichoIasriHe 6 58 4 H
Versa iHes. 7 S3 35
A.M. r. m. A.M.
Trains between Lwisvie ml Versailles
Trains between Cinaanati ami Xldwiasvilt
All trains connect with Soutkern RaSway ta
and Tram LouisviKe, ami with the C.X. O. &1.
P to and from CiRcisnatt.
ou can spend Sve hours in I.aUviWe. aheutMi
hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours ib Lexii;t aaii
return to Richmond at S:yp. m.
L. & jN. r k
K. i;. JilVJSUJN.
I.v Effect March 1, 1S96.
lv. Express for Cincinnati, akv
. si. Paris, Maysville, i. jr.
Chester and LexinrtOH
G.25 mail. T53
Cincinnati. rri?, Maj-s-i.
m. ville. Winch ester aI
2.t'5 Lexington mail. L05
Livinqston, I.onden, Jel-
1.10 lico, 12 oS
Fas line for Livingston, A- H.
11.-13 Londni'.Jellico Knoxville 310
. m line for p. x.
:I III iiris Winchrsler. 11.43
p m Rowland. Lancaster ami a. x
l.") Manfoni. 10:10
Frankfort k MM Railway.
In Effect Jlarch 1, lSST.J
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
LTe Frantfort. . 638 3 00
rr Elkhorn. 6 45 3 26
" Switzer. 6 St
" Stamping Ground Tfti
Duralis T9R 3 58
Georgetown. 729 16
Lve Georgetown. 8 ee 4 38
rr Newtown. 8 12 4
Centrevillo. . . 8 32 4S
Elizabeth 8 4 58
" Paris S 5
Lve Paris 938 s.-a
Arr Elizabeth 93fi s
Centreville 933 5 s
Newtown. 948 558
Georgetown tt W 1
Lve GcorRetown W W 6 34
Arr Duvalls. 1 fi II
Stamping Ground. 11 M 6 "8
Switzer 11 2n 6 9
Elkhorn. 11 35 76
Frankfort 11 So 720
C. D. BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Ageat.
GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Sapt.
Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky.
Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 X ara
Eastern Express for Louisville 7 39 ara
Morehead and Lexington Accom. 3 00 pra
New York Limited F. F. V 5 46 pi
Lexington and Morehead Accom.. 9 16 am
New York Limited F. F. V. 11 58 am
Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. 7 0O pm
Washington Expo" 9 08 pm
ladisoii Montifflenta! Work
Accommodation trains run doily except
Other trains run daily.
Through sleeping and dining car service to
For information, rates or sleeper reoerrations
call on or write K. HOOD. Agent L.&N Jty.,
or GEORGE W. BARNEY.
D. P. A. C. & O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky.
Who caa think
Idea of some stmpto
Protect your lde: they may bring you wealth.
Writs JOH.N WKUDtKUUKN ; CO, Attorneys,
Wualsguto. D. (X. for their S1AO prize o3er
and list of two hundred lavesUona wanted.
We Send it FREE!
Young and Old.
in the Discovery.
When a man has suffered for vearg
with a weakness that blights his life" ami
robs him of all th.it really nwke hfe
worth living, if lie avail hinelf of a
complete cure, Why not inoral
courage to stop hid downward
We will send vou bvnail,
FUKB, in plain pa.-ka-, the Alt
Powerful UK. HtiKKlA.YS VITAL
TABLKIS. with a le.Hl
to penuaiifntlv cnr l.iiSTMW
IIOilU, Mi," ifcXl'VL
VAKirili'KliE, SMI'S forever
Mli.IT KlllSi().NS and all uiinatHruI
drain. Returns to former apiKraucea
Xo C. O L. fraud nor recipe decopttn.
If we could not cnre, we would not tewl
our medicine VK.V.V. ti trv .lo.- l..
satistieil. Write as this way aot
.HIe.ir uuin. aure&S
Western Kedicine Compsny,
LrOBrOBATEP. Kalani2zo, 3Iir!i.
I N. I. & B. R. R.
Time Table No. 27, Taking Effect Pun-day,
Xu ember S, 1SW.
MANUFACTURER AKD IN
GRKNITE (&) 7VOISU7eNTS,
- AND ALL KLND OF CEMETERY WORK.
JTor further particulars, prices, tOe.. address,
Ylad5op iftpDUiBeiital Work?,
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