illii6traled than in tlie Bccne that passed
before me. Would to God that every
sold buj; could gee tli.it Bcene as we did:
tliev could not mistake its meaning, and
trusting that, if not permitted to see it iu
the maniier that we did, many may be
brought to the light of the truth that silver
has been robbed of her sacred rights.
Before God and man, we submit this ton
fair and impartial public. C. W.
The idei that Grover Cleveland has
any chance to be elected President of the
United Mates again, on the Democratic
or any other ticket, could onlv einaiiale
li in a mind by reckless
hiiiui jealousy or intense hate.
The editor of the Con riel -Journal sees
in the appcaRince of .Mr. Cleveland to
make a speech at the Reform Club, surrounded
by his political and personal
satellites, a menace to civil liberty and
democratic rule, visions, invisible
to others, ate evidence of distempered
fancy, or the gift of Second sight. That
the editor is not inordinately fond
ol tue ox Pie-i .ent has been evident
si ce c.uighi him, Hcliim through his
1 1. ..1 Whiiney, cuttitu; the ham-
si.iug ol ihe tarill hobby in 1S02, in the
10 mi of the Committee on l'latform and
Resolutions at Chicago The coolness
which then commenced was intensified
to the freezing point when he was no
longer allowed toslapliim on the back
and call him "Grover, old boy!" Soil
is not love ot Cleveland that distorts the
vision of the distinguished editor.
Tncre is current, a story iu the inner
circles of politics that the editor had a
presidential bee in his bonnet, which
buzzedsoloud that Uevelaimand Carlisle
both heard it, and that they jointly and
severally conspired with each other and
their respective groomsmen to kill that
bee if they had to smash the bonnet to
do it. Carlisle was as a paw n in
the Kentucky tonttst, and sacrificed.
When Kentucky slipped through the
fingers of the Clevelaudites the
presidential bees in all their bonnets
were silenced, but the editor of the
Courier-Journal saw in Cleveland's
downfall what he believed to be the pos
sibility of his own rise. He sought to
rise on the wreck and ruin of the Demo
catic party which Clevekud began, and
which he imped and believed the In
diaiiapolis convention would complete
Cleveland hail stood like the dog in
the manger and driven away the hungry
aspirants in his own faction, the editor
of the hungriest among
them, and kept them out of the possible
reach of the coveted nomination, which
he himself wanted but could not get; but
when it came to leading a faction to
s.'rve the ends of Mai k llauna and
Kinley, he preferre I to leave that job to
some aspirant for notoriety who would
not be particular about the kind, or
sqeamish about the character, of his job.
Cleveland is a man who never had an
impulse. His blood does not run with
that speed which breeds impulse. He
never experienced a Democratic heartthrob
or a generous impulse. He is
cold calculating and unscrupulous.
Like the late Artemus Ward, he was
willing to sacrifice his wife's relatives in
the civil war, but having none, he sent a
siiossiiiite, who is probably drawing a
pension now. unless he discovered it and
vetoed it while he was President. A
man who went into office very poor and
left it classing among the millionaires, is
not the kind of man who grasps at
empty honors, or would lead a forlorn
hope or a desperate foray for the
of politics. He struck hands with
Mark Hamia and helped to form the
alliance for the overthrow of Democracy
and honest government, but he stood
aloof from the Indianapolis crowd when
the met to ratify the contract with Mark
Manna, and told them to confer the
dishonor of that nomination on another,
most any other, just so it was not the
editor ol the Courier-Journal, whom he
unwilling to see lead even iu such a
Vne enterpiine. That wound still
1 and bums. It is jealousy and hate
which causes the editor to picture
Cleveland as a presidential possibility in
any sort of a political future. Anyone
who knows Cleveland, the self-opinionated,
the self-glorified, vainglorious creature,
of the money power, which made
him what he is, will not doubt for one
moment the truth of any charge which
attributes to him ambitious dreams of a
r dictatorship, which, with stolid self-con
fidence and remorseless craft, he will
pursue until death takes his fine
Italian hand off the political chessboard.
The editor of the Courier-Journal is unnecessarily
alarmed about Cleveland's
designs on a profitless nomination. His
mission Saturday night was not to contest
with the editor ot the Courier-Journal
for first place on another Indianapolis
ticket, but to hoist Wall street's
flag of rebellion Against the McKinley
administration for failing to obey orders
which he (Cleveland) never disobeyed,
and never permitted his Secretary of the
Treasury to disobey.
When he sidetracked the tariff issue
on which he was elected and convened
concress to repeal the silver purchasing
clause of the Sherman law. he executed
the orders of Wall stee. "When he
b night members of congress with federal
$ iL jb
'. G--C C
The Style. Tit and Wear
could not be improved for
Double the Price.
7. L. Douglas J3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc tie
productions of skilled workmen, from trie best
terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices.
We make also OZoU and il-a shoes lor men, and ,
S10. S2.00 and 51.75 for bavs. and the W. L..
Douglas $30 Police shoe, very suitable for -
letter-earners, policemen and others having
much walking to do. '
"Wcaro constantly addmp; new styles to our
nlrrciilv larce varietv. and there is no rea
son why you cannot U: suited, so insist on
having V. L. DougUs Shoes from your
We use only tho best Calf, Russia Calf
(all colors), Trench Patent Calf,
French Enamel, Vici Kid, etc.,
.graded to correspond with prices
ot me znoes.
If dealer cannot supply you,
W.L DOUGLAS, Brockton, Kass.
Catalog oir fkee.
I , C? 1
t - rT - ? - .. . ,l?-3 .
-s . ,h I. h 'o o. ..Jt , '
tenoajcai jth vrm us to wita wr.
II 'V . . V ,
WILUAMS..DAVIS, BROOKS & CO,
Trv a bciilc ef Uverette. thitessaa Httle Hver BU. asc
r. ,. rv i. m.
:i com oy u. jr.or x.
rsseof constipation. TatearcH are tlie Idral
ffriD or crincnni rauta rasr natural rrcultg. ham:
hi., Jiontrcai. tsn..or.fir lore SI 7. i
SEE THEM !
S'l cit ..i-i
1. icjf. yj
ill F SOLD RICHMOND. IN
tA &A v-
At Waltee Azbell's LivnnY Stable.
All kinds of hand-made harness, cheaper
than can ba bought any where in Richmond
Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction
BED WETTING CURED
OR NO PAY. Mas B. M ROWAN, Milwaukee,
::o. w. KiiiKY
Of Sliolliyville, Ky., Refommends
Wriylit'w Celerv Capsules.
Slu'Ibwille, Kv, Mav 2C, '9G. Tc
Vrijrlit .Meilical Co., Col., O :
(lents I luive a !x f
Wriaht's Capsules from G. X.
Miilileilon, (liuyis't, anil used llieiti t r
Sonr Stomach, Torpiil Liver and Constipation
and found that they cave ire immediate
reliel every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
9 Geo. W. Ptilev.
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common water glu
with urine and let stand twenty-four
hour?; 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 alao convincing proof that the
kidneys aud bladder are out of order.
WHAT TO DC
There is comfort in the knowledge
so often expressed, that Or. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every part of the urinary paswses. It
corrects inability to hold uriie and
scalding'pain in pausing it, or bad effects
following use of liquor, wine or beer,
and overcomes that unpleasant necessity
of being compelled to get up many times
during the night lo urinaie. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most
distressing case?. If you need a medicine
you should have thn best. o'd by druggists,
price fifty cents and one
for a sample bottle and pamphlet, both
sent fiee by mail, mention tho Ci.ui x,
and send youi full address to
Dr. Kimer &. Co., 15inghampton, N. Y.
The proprelor of this- paper guarantee
the genuineness of this offer.
B F3 I
j it cures
, Detroit, files.
. 'layior, kwd, iy,
"Nothing else lite it:"
The most and
'pleasant Soap for the skin.
B L S nn
T5o flUhvsf: ri7
t il. ii iJ . t Lf ?.
y- x w EK?rf
' 7AEDICATCD C 6
i TrcwjaitpTiC fcr Tin: ;r13i
Kilet Kassxrar bath U.5 5,
i L I LZ'J
It lasts twice as tongf as otHcrs.
Atrial v II conviacs yoa of its ?reat r
Imcnt. Will pltasc t!w inc;t laati Jious.
Mfr.ot FRE.NC:i JVIU.nO TCILET
" SOAPS AND PERFU.V.ERY,
fjrvj ', m. QtV
L 0 Lengths.
On jtch Box.
FEATHER80HE CORSET CI).
W. D, OLDHAm & COMPANY.
ill W''$$38 :
is mmw fa
Second Street, hetween Main and
Water, rear of Dillingham building,
It'iclimoiid Ky. Iteady to do all kinds
of blacksmithing promptly in the hest
workiimnlike manner. S-7
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen by buying direct
from the manufacturer.
ns- - j vZZsilvS?
Mo boiler wheel rv&dz than the
Built in our factory by
skilled workmen, using the best
naterid and the inost improved
machinery. I'fo I:avo no ancnis
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
anywhere for examination.
Our interesting Offer
Acme Cycle Co.. Citfiart, Ind.
An education at Harvard, Yale,
or any other colleue or institution
of learning in Ihe United States,
or iu the New Eiiplnud Conservatory
of Mnsic, can ho secured hy
any youn man or woman who is
in e.trncst. Write for particulars
quicklv. JAMES D. BALL,
;k UromLieklbt., boston, .Mass.
Madison Monomental Wor
I I T
r. - t
l, V fi
M ANTJPACTURER AND DEALER IN
Il . JLND AZL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK.
I . '
Eov further particularSy prices,
We Send it FREE!
Yonng and Old.
Rejoice with ns
When a man has suffered for years
with a weakness that blights his iife and
robs him of all th.it really make hfe
worth livinz, if lie avail h'imelf of a
complete cure, why not p06be; the moral
courage to stop hid downward coarse.
U'e will bend von by mail, ABSOLUTELY
FKKK, in plain paekast. the All
I'otrrrrul Dlt. lltiKKJU.S.S VITAL
with a lel
to pernianentlv cure Ll.sr 31 AX-110.11),
VAUIItirKLE, STlP.S forever
XIKiir EMISSIONS and ail UBiwtural
lrains. Ueturns to former appearances
No C. O D. fraud nor recipe deception.
If we could not rare, we wouW not sod
our medicine FltEE to and pay when
satisfied. Write tonlay, as this may not
appear again. Address
Western Medicine Company,
UCORFeElIFD. Kalsmazoj, Mich.
SOLD OX AX )
I CELEBRATED W0HMPAW1E8S B
f IHE C3EATEST '.VMM OE3TROYI3 lS
J DFJME ASC GQ
J ASr AND PLEASfWT TO TAKE. Hg
Katiest to :ak?
Most certain ami K
Sold for a onarter of a cen V "X
tu ry with continually increasing
demand. Think a moment.
Does this not mean merit ?
12o,000 Children yearly Sent toS
their Graves by Worms.
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS
would havs saved them all.
'PRICE, 2 So. IEIt 150X.5
, For sale by all drulstt and dealers In medicines. I
Manufactured only by the proprietor,
J. V. 3IoT0:X.AJLJ,
L. & IN1. E. R.
K. U JHVJSION.
I.v Effect March I, 1SKL
LV. Express for Cincinnati. AXV7
A. 51. ran?. Jiavsville. WiH P. M.
6.25 mail. 7
ville. Winch ester and
Lexington mail. 1.9.3
LivinjT'ton, Ixindou, Jel-
llico, I'inetille. 1255
Fas line for A- X.
London, Jellico Knoxvilh 310
Fast line for Cincinnati p. x.
I'aris Winchesttr. 11.4.1
UouUixl. IincaMer ?.n A. X
Fr&iiifl Si CiB6iBB&ti Railway.
Ia Effect Marek I, KK.
DAILY KXCBPT SUXBAY.
Lve FranVfort 6 38 SO
Arr Klkhorn. . 8 3 a)
SwiUer. 51 3 32
" Stamping Ground. 7 Hi. 3 4S
' Duvalls 7 3SS
" CeorctoHrn , .. S i ia
Lve Georgetown. .. HW 4 38
rr Newtown. .. 12 i VI
' Centreville- .. 8 22 4 Se
Elizabeth 8 2S 4 58
" Paris . 8 4 5 W
Lve Paris . 9 38 S 38
tt Elizabeth ... 9 32 5 4
" Centrcville . . . 9 33 5
" Xewtown . 9 48 58
' Georgetown . . H 66 K
Lve Georsetown Ml 48 6 18
Arr Duvalle.. X f U
Stamping Ground. . It 18 6 M
Switzer II 3S 8 16
Elkhorn.. 1135 7 K
" Frankfort 11 56 7 'J8
C. D. BEKCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
GEO. B. HAr.PEK, Gen'l Sapt.
Miph ui Ohio Eaitaij,
Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky.
Mt. Sterling and Lesinirton Accora 6 55 am
Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 m
Morehead and Leiinirton Accom. 3 00 pra
N'ew York Limited F. F. V 5 45 pm
Lexington and Morehead Accom. 9 15 am
v- i t ::t..i t t ir 1158
.cv IlfltUUUlCUf.I. v. am
Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. . 7 00 pm
Washington Express 9 B3 pm
Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday.
Other trains run dauy.
Through sleeping and dining car service to
For information, rates or sleeper reservation
call on or wnte K. HOOD. Agent L.&N Jty.,
cr GEORGE TV. BARNEY,
D. P. A. C. & O. Ry., Ky.
Who can think
of sone suudio
tniss to intent?
Protect your Idean: ther may briny you wealth.
Write JOHN CO, Patent
Wuhlngtdn. D. C for their (1 Au prize oiler
aaa iiii oc two nucoreu inventions waateu.
i ' 2
TOLUME X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, L897. Fe Print NUMBER 48. v Bffr KTi il iJIiJ I i 1
We wish to caution all users of Simmons
I.iv. r ItpguUt Jr on a subject of the deepest
an.) importance to their health
their lives. The sole proprietors
iu in ikrra f Simmons Liver Regulator
tiwi customers are often deceived by
ivin a id taking some medicine of a
.inilar appearance or taste, believing it to
te .tioimnoi Liver Regulator. We warn
im ihat unless the word Regulator is on
i iih or bottle, that it is not Simmons
l.i ver Rdulut'T. No one else makes, or
- er h is made Simmons Li vcr.Reeulator, or
anv'hing cJleJ Smimoni Liver Regulator,
but J H Zedintfc Co., and no medicine made
by anv ne e se is the 6jme ..We alone can
put it up and we cannot be responsible, if
o.tier medicines represented as the same do
n t hel.. ou as you are led to expect they
will Bear this fact well in mind, ifyou have
leen in the habit of using a medicine which
you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator,
bectuse th name was somewhat like
it and the package did not have the word
Regulator on it, you have been imposed
upon and have not leen taking Simmons
Li ver Regulator at all The Regulator has
toen favorably known for many years, and
all who ue it know how necessary it is for
Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation
Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders
ans'ng from a Diseased Liver.
We ask you to look for yourselves, and
see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which
you can readily distinguish by the Red Z
on wrapper, and by our name", is the only
medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. II. ZEILIN & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
AIliS MIL UKI) uiimikx.
s Ti:xor;nAi'iiEii and
lii mtoxn, KnxTUCKY.
,$ ' ifficr adjoining A .11 BurnanCs.
J W. MILLER.
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office in the Rurnam Building, next door to
Farmer's National Bank.
C. F. BURVAM.
V.: S. MOBERLEY.
nUHMAM S MOBERLEY.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Opfick in Rurnam Building, recently occupied
by A. R. Burnam. 31-30
A TTOKN W,
RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY.
nVt over Taylor's Hardware Ftore,
Court on Main street.
11. B. HOGG,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
JiICIIMOXI), - - KeXTTCKY.
Office No. 13 First St.. up utairs. .".1-30
GRANT II LILLY,
A T-LA IP,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Ofllce S. W. corner Main anil Second
h'reets up btairs. Will praclsci' in nil
the courts of Marfinon and aljoiuiug
omnlies and Court of Appeals.
J C & D M CHBNAUI.T.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office on Second street, ver Plien
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA IP.
Rahimmd ----- Kentucky.
DR II. R. GIBSON,
riiY.uriA v Axn surgeon,
lit. mm iM. Kentucky.
Oif.ce in the Joe I'c.ltns building. 18 and ao Sec
od I Vreet, fwer Woue slt dructore. 27-
I ETE11TSMIY SURGEON,
(rnidtiatt Ontario Veterinary College,
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
1ie up stairs over New York Store, cornel
M no and r irst streets. Richmond 46-
. C. JASPER. M. I)
Medicine and Surgery.
Office Collins Building, MainStreet.
Telephone at residence (the Carr place) or.
RiciiMovD, ----- Kentucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond, ... Kentucky.
Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Mam Street, np
tairt Office hours iz to 1 ani i to 5 o'clock.
DR. JOHN M. FOSTER,
Richmond, - Kentucky
1 elephone at elBce and residence. V
r W. EVANS, M. D.t
rilYalClAN AND ScKGEON,
Richmond. - - - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Mediant and Surgery,
Richmond - Kentucky
Office nnri residence on Third Street.
OR WILKES SMITH
IfriCK MfHib b!dwg, Mam Street Office
l urs, o- tn i M ix t 4 I'. M
fSM'ra ikc 'Mle4 ilnlitrv
J. C. Moeoaji. J. A. Yates.
R H si. Kkntucxv
Ofp e Main Street, oyer Madison National .
For the Climax
'As the dove will clasp its wings to its side,
end cover and conceal the arrow that is
preying on its vitals, so is the nature of
woman, to hide from the world the pangs
of wounded an" ection. "
Oil ! woman's love's holy light,
And when 'tis kindled can never die,
It lives though treachery and slight
To quench the constant flames may try.
Like ivy, where it grexs 'tis seen
To wear an everlasting green.
Like ivy, too, 'tis found to cling
Too often round a worthless thing.
Oh 1 woman's love at times it may
Seem cold or clouded but it burns,
With true undeviating ray,
Nor even from iis idol turns.
Its sunshine is a smile a frown;
The heavy clouds thatv eighs it down,
A tear its weapon is bewars
Of woman's tears, thcie's uanger there.
Its sweetest place on which to rest,
A constant and confiding breast,
Its joy to meet its death to part
Its sepulchre to a broken heart
"Orb Dek See."
A STRANGE CREAM OF A RICHMONDITE.
If there isamtliint; in which the writer
pt nit, him- If above e f Iiitiir
- " em. ! tr 11 u 1. - f , .
eiiiivn fciipt ibiitiun; ..u. hell.
that God liianifeMs lii trutiiw to man
kind in feumu wiy either direrlly
lliiotijjli some iniircl gent or visits iw
with tome iiocturnl vision, und in eitlier
ii'-e piochiims to the world that Ho not
only has an interest in each individual's
welfare, but that Heovcrloolc.sand hasan
in us as a nation. In the beginning
of the last campaign, having bi en a
lifelong Democrat, we started out as a
"gold bin:," but ere converted to the
cause of "free silver" Mill'icii'iiUy to vote
that way but never took any active part
in the campaign cr discussions, nor heard
ery many rpecches, and am sure we
never heard anything bimilar to what we
are about to relate On the night of
March 4. though not having, given any
particular tl ought to that being the day
of the inauguration, we kiw and heard
in a vision or dream the following: In
our dream we were in the town of Richmond,
and it was announced to us that
there would be at one of the
banks in favor of the goldtt:indanl. Two
bank officials, whose names we will omit,
weie to We went immediately to
that place, and on neanng it we head the
voice of a prominent lady of the place
who is a advocate of woman's
rights, and widely known assucli, calling
upon the men iu a pleading voice to uo
in and he.ir the speeches. Upon entering
the first speaker stepped out oil a
stand or ttage and begin to speak. lie
went on at ome length to show how-cheap
silver would be under free coinage,
compare I it to the clay beneath our feet,
Ac, but finally, beconiing eloquent, he
exclaimed: "In the beginning God
male and female, man and wife
throughout the animal kingdom, and also
iu the vegetable; then." slid he, 'why
not in the mineral kigdom as well?
Why cannot we say gold is the male
and silver ihe female, and God has made
the male the strongerand the female the
weaker, just so with gold and filver
they are man and xife." But right
heie he slopped, as if he had said too
much, and a band struck up and he began
to Ian-o a jig. Alter amusing tl c
audience in thi way a few minutes he
disippwirod tr. 111 the nelle, as if it
weie a sequel lo In last reiuaik .1 beautiful
woman, dicsed 111 the Mlc of a
quartet of a tentur agn, uiuie upon the
w.age, f.i!liiwe by a man. I'ne woman
to I: u ilu;si.ii.e,
Willi b cK the man. u'.d m.m.iI
tie wi 11 1 riiule u cons
li. r daugei. 1 lie man a long
sword or lame anil began whirling it
.iioinul in the air and advancing toward
the woman until it was revolving above
' er he . - -', in :i timid manner,
I ..l-. -1 if, sn tis: "Yiii
1'id 1 tii 11 iitf .1111 I know joii
v ill u' Liu j.i. en In-, with one
.tir. .11.11 , it 111:0
the hack "I uecK. He r c unteuauce
cl'U'ie.1 t i-pair, lint (IM not fall,
but w.ts led. iid in iu harror
awoke. Non the nitei pi elation, as
we see it. As the national banks are
the hotbeds of gold bug? 110 more
place could have been selected for
the meeting. The woman pleading at
the door, as she pleads for the rights of
woman kind, is a lit emblem of silver
pleading its cause before men. The speech
(the first part of it.i w e interpret as in.
thutallthtiraigiiiueuts against s.lvi
arc worthless as the clay beneath our
feet, and as to the last part it shows the
great truth that all have to admit, that
gold and ail ver are wedded to each other,
and while i:old is tlio stronger silver as
its w ife must share w itli itan equal respect
and lecognitioniluetoiuanand wife. The
speaker stopping short is a fit symbol of
a gold bug oratoi when he finds he
has said too much ami that what he has
said will lead to further thought and
make argument against them, and his
dancing a jig illustrates bow they switch
oil' on the tariff or something else- to
draw their hearers' mind off the truth
they have thoughtlessly uttered. Now
for the tragedy. The vvouiau was not
dressed iu the style of today, hut rather
i 1 the style of 23 3 ear ago, and to my
mind the demonetization or crippling of
silver could uot have been more vividly
L W i Lb
l'hvsicians life "'SfsSHv
W. L Dou2l.
Shoes because they
axe the best. jgptetejgplK
Fcr sale by
Frjma.1 Richrinoncls Ky,
Celebrated for its great leaven'ng
strength and hcalthfulncss. Assures
the food against alum and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
brands, royal baking powdeh co.,
patronage to vote for unconditional repeal,
iu violation of their pledges to their
constituents, he obeyed the orders of
When Carlisle announced that he
would reserve Ihe option of the govern
meut to pay in either gold or silver, he
repudiated Carlisle's statement, and
pledged his administration to give the
creditor the option of demanding gold, iu
obedience to the ordeis of Wall
When he held that the Sherman law
silver certificates, which, under the law
of their issuance, were redeemable in sil
ver dollars, must be paid in gold, he
obeyed the orders of Wall street.
When he recommended Ihe issuance of
five bundled million dollars of
bonds, to retiie the nonintere6t
bearing greenbacks and the Sheiman
law treasury notes, he obeyed the orders
of Wall street.
When he sold $02,500,000 of 4 percent,
bonds in a 6ecret dicker with Pierpout
Morgan, August Belmont, the representative
of the Rothschilds, and his old law-partner.
Stetson, at 104, when they were
woith 120 in the open market, and gave
the syndicate ten million dollars of the
people's money, he executed the orders
of Wall street.
When be tried to make his last bond
sale, of one hundred million dollars, another
secretde.il with the sune parlies,
with the open steal clause iu it, he was
obeying the orders of Wall street.
Driven from ihat purpose through the
exposures made bv theXevv York World,
and by the indignation in congress,
and among honest men everywhere, he
made a public sale of the bonds, and
then made another secret dicker with
Pierpont Morgan to take the bo. ids on
which other bidders defaulted, at a figure
which defrauded the tarpiyers out
of over four hundred thousand dollars.
He was in all these dishonorable transactions
obeying the orders of Wall street.
His appearance at this time is only
ominous of more Wall street robbery. It
means a raid on the gold reserve and more
bond nsucs. The editor of the Courier-Journal
is lighting him away from visionary
political flesh pots, which have no
existence otilside of his own imigination.
He arraigns him for eins which he has
certainly commuted, and for faults which
he undoiibtly has, but those who know
and have watched the secret and corrupt
influences which have moved and controlled
him in every act of his public life,
will add to the editor's indictment of
him the proofs that he deserved impeachment
and removal from the high office
which he degraded, dishonored and disgraced.
The gathering of any reform
club in New York ought to excite the
appieheusions of the editor of the Courier
Journal, in common with the entire
outside public, not about possible schemes
to nomiuate Cleveland as the candidate
of the Hannacrats, but becauee financial
reform movements emanating iu New
Yoik mean danger everywhere to bank
accounts, and other treasures not laid up
in heaven, "where moth and rust doth
notconupt, and thieves do not break
through and steal."
AGENTS, 525 lo 550 per week easy!
You work light arouud home. A Brand
new thing. Write lo us Quick! You will
be surprised at how easy it can be done.
Send us your address anyway. It will be
to your interest to investigate. Write today.
Address. "People's" 3011 Market
St., Philadelphia, Pa. aprl4 4t
A RAILROAD MAN'S PRAYER.
An old railroad worker was converted
and beinc present at a meeting at which
there were many inquirers, he was
asked to lead in prayer. He hesi'ated a
moment, says Ram's Horn, aud then
with trembling lips, he Faid reverently:
"0 Lord, now that I have flagged Thee,
lift up my feet from the rough road of
life aud plant them safely on the deck of
the train of salvation. Let me see the
safely lamp known as prudence, make
all the couplings in the train with the
strong link of thy love, and let my hand
lamp be the Bible. And, heavenly
Father, keep all switches closed that
lead oil" the sidings, especially those
with a blind end. O Lord, if it be thy
pleasure, have every semaphore block
along the line show the white line of
hope, that I may make the run of life
without stopping. And Lord, give us
the ten commandments for a tchedtile;
and when I have finished the run on
bchedule time, pulled into the great dmk
station of death, may thou, the superintendent
of the universe, say, "Well done,
thou good and f.iithful servant; como
and sign the pay roll and receive your
check for eternal happiness "
SUMMER SCHEDULE, SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
The Southern Railway will change
schedule May 2nd, after which lime
trains will leave Louisville 7,45 a. in.;
4,2'1 p. in.; 7,35 p. in.; anive Lexington
10"0 iu in ; 7 25 p. m.; 10,10 p in. Leave
Lexington for Louisvilt at 5,05 a. in.",
7,59 a. in. ; 5,10 p. m.
These trains rufi dully and carry Free
Observation Chair Caw or Sleeping Cars.
For copy of tho new schedule apply to
any ticket agent of the Soulern Railway.
"SVm. H. Tayloe
Asst. Geul. Pass. Agl.
The Plcnring county Fiscal Court has
bought 175 miles of iurupikesat a net
S13 000, payable in one, two and
three years. This leaves only two toll
roads iu the county, 21 'miles. A lew
of 25 cents was inacle ryliich will raise
about $12,000 per vcar. It is estimated
tlihtluis will pay Jor t lie roaas tn tnrea
years, and-at tho tamo time keep them
in repair. ,. '
Cheap Excursion Rates to
New York City.
On account of the unveiling of the
Grant monument in New York City,
tickets will be sold via tho C. k
O. Route at greatly reduced rates. Tickets
will be sold good going April 23rd lo
20th good to return leaving
New York, u il and including May 4th.
The Clie-n . ike and Ohio is the only
line j i ig within view of General
bfith place at Point Ohio
a he seminary at Maysville,ICy., where
received bis early educitinn and from
wi.jch he went direct to Weft Point.
The famous F. F. V. Limited leaving
Cincinnati at 12:01 noon is the only modern
e'ect riclighted train running i lirouj.li
to New York without change, servirgall
meals iu Dining Car. Washington express
leaving Cincinnati 9:lo p. m. connects
iu Washington the next afternoon
with Congressional Limited.
The Bcvniry of the Chesapeake and
Ohio particularly at this beacon of the
year is more attractive thau can be had
along the line of any other rail road of
puual txtcnt in the world.
County Democratic Committee
At a, meeting of the Democratic
County Committe of Madison county,
it being an adjourned meeting of
said Committee, held on the oth 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 allairs 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 efficient
an economical administration
in local alTairs.
2. It is ordered that a Democratic
primary election be held at the various
voting precincts in Madison
county on tho 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
and the polls shall
be open from 7 a. m. till 4 p. m. at
each voting place in Madison county
on tho aforesaid day 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 8th day of
May, 1897, pay to the Chairman of this
Committee the followiug sums: Each
candidate for every county office
except that of Coroner the sum of
$50, and each candidate for the office
of Coroner tho sum of $10.
4. That said primary election
shall be conducted by officers to be
hereafter named by this Committee.
5. That tho Chairman and Secretary
of this Committee are hereby
appointed a committee to provide
tho ballots and inako all arrangements
for holding said election.
G. It is ordered that all legally
qualified voters who consider themselves
Democrats, and who will support
tho nominees of this primary
election, and all young men now
under the age of 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 affiliate witli the Democratic
party, shall bo entitled to vote in
said primary election.
7. That the Chairman of this committee
give public notico 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 tho Kentucky
Register and Richmond Climax
from date of adoption to time
of said primary election.
John B. Chenauivt, Ch'm.
"William Jett, Sec'y.
apr 7 tf
Tomorrow will be the 154th anniversary
of the birtii of Thomas Jellereon.
OUR CLUBBING LIST.
Magazines, Newspapers, end Otber 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 beinp;
that the subscription to the Climax be paid up
one year in advance. By referenco to the
prices quoted below, it will be found that we
can save yon from five cents to one dollar on
every publication named.
i-The following prices include the Climax:
Arena .- . . . f 3 75
American Art Journal, Music 3 23
American Art Review . 5 25
Breeders Gazette - 2 15
Century Magazine . . 4 60
Cosmopolitan. ... . . . 1 S5
Weekly Courier-Journal . . . 1 e5
Weekly Commercial (iozettc 1 45
Weekly Enquirer .. . . 1 60
Demorest's Matrazine 2 65
Frank Leslie's Weekly. . .4 35
Frank Leslie's Monthly . 3 40
Detroit Free Press I &
The Forum ... 3 75
Harper's Magazine . . 4 15
JIarper's Weekly - . 4 35
.Harper's Bazar , . .. 4 35
Harper's Eound Table... 2 65
The Independent - w. .. . 3 63
Llpplncott's Magazine. . 3 15
Muncey's Magazine . . ..1 90
McClura's Magazine ..... . 1 93
IXorth American Beview .. 5 25
Ohio Farmer .. 1 SO
Public Opinion . . 3,15
Beview of Reviews. .. . 3 25
Hcribner' s Magazine-.-. .. 3 60
Bt. Nicholas . . .., . 3 65
Hemi-Weekly St. Lonis Globi Democrat- 1 SO
'Til-Weekly N. Y. World 175
Kentucky Stock Farm. . . - - ..... 2 75
Louisville Evening Post. . 3 CO
Twice-A-Week Courier-Journal 1 75
Weekly Louisville Commercial 1 45
N. Y. Journal, daily- , . 6 CO
K. Y. Journal, Sunday- . .. . 3 20
Silver Knizht - 1 70
Cincinnati Post, daily .. , 3 20
Peterson's Magazine . ..-. 1 80
Puck, weskly ... .. . . 5 25
Judge, weekly t . 5 25
Atlanta Constitution -...,. . 1 5
Atlanta Journal .,j - . 1 15
I Five hundred other Journals and magazines
.with tho Climax, at reduced rates.
,!The CMMAX.Company will lake pleisare in
sUcnding to orders receiTed by mall. Always
state whether oc not you are now taking the
js Et3t3 WQ
PiSflT.TiTFr.Y RTlSPSKTRRn l, c"e say
tiueann conkiciir:r. id. mhii.im; iikjimm
h Speediest Imi
Tho Finest Kigs,
The Safest Drivers,
Tlie Promptest Attention.
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Teleohone Your "Cousin,"
Ilunlcy's Old Stand.
No. 26. IT
WEAK BSEH K5ADE YIGGBT...
rTl rWl If iPi ff
lD3Y. 9'"DAY. iVDSf. Z7SX
It act pown fully and qnlcUy. Crfrs
rthers fill. Youn men regain lost manhood, c
nenrecover youuuui viwr. ADnm:civut:
tntecd t Cnro .N'epvpusncii. J.ost A It.! t
(nt'iteny, JdichtlvEmlsMon". I.mti'bM
Itlnfr ;-, KnlllRir Memo , 1
ie. end all rfriti of Hi abuse or fxe'cs .
i.'lrrtKWi. Wrrrts Ou lnfar.ltr md
Don't let dniKRlct lrapoe a worthless h i.?stitji
nx NKUVISOil, or s. e.j l
.an be carried In vest pocict. I'rc"aM pn'i v
pcr. 1 per box. or lor -.", wi 'a V J :
it rlttcti tinarfttilee to Ci're r)Iclan
.Ji.er. Parophlpt free. Sold by ' '
Solil by Ricbmonil Drug Co. cml W. G.
TO CURE A COLD I.N ONE D VY.
Take Litative TJromo Quinine Tablets. All
Drusfrists refund the money if it fails to Ci re.
25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist,
(IN KHSlUvKV )
Schcilalo In ettert Frli. IS. 1807.
EASlllllUM) No. .Nn ." I NO. t.
Lv. L, uWviile. 7 i.iam lDi x uuiim
Ar. Sbelnyvlllc. 9 I in a..(ipin 'J lj JIQ
Ar.I.'renrau g OOOun A 12 m; f.8m
Ar Versail p . lO.itim r. 3 1 pint iu. lepra
Ar . lOSVun 7 itopm' u npm
we- it. i i Nt o Xj."i.
l.T . 7 I tn -I -IS to L4W m
Ar. Vors tilled... & 10am .VI p j 5.0. in
Ar.LVrenceb'f;. a 0i:n a35ji.ii ViOin
Ar. Miolbyvlllc. 9.l7,in .2"ipn C09..U
Ar. Louisville.. 10.5j.in 7 53pm
Tra'ns Nos 1.2. 5 and a carry Froo
EASTB ChD WEITDOUND.
Na "o. II STA IO.S. No. li so U
tpa 7 4am L.v Loulsvll Ar 7 pm
6 tip n 10 iXUm Ar Ar,
7 I2pm miOim ArHarodsbgAr i 31pm 7 35s m
7 5pmi 11 01 m r Uurzln L. 4 iOimi 7.-5 i m
No. is ISO STATIONS Na IS llNo lid.
35pm 7 43a n Lv Louisill Ar !U.vdin 7 55pm
52pm 9 15am Ar Snelbvlt Ar 17atn C2fm
6 34pm ;0.J3.im Ar VursHes Ar ftaiiml I I rn
TOIprr ItiOim Ar Midwiy Ar) 7 I Ian I A3ipm
7.30 pm 1115pm ArOeoriftn Lv 7 ISnil 100pm
EAS DJUND. WE9 DOCND.
tNo. I tNO 5.1 ITATIQN'S. tXo C ItNo Z
"Onm 35.ipm i.v LouUvtl Ar U55 m 7.5opm
10 2-i cm a 40pm Lv Versl'es Arl 7 55am sCOpm
1 1 (15am 7 35pm Ar Nicblvill Ar 6 Sam 4 inpm
l ffirm ArRichmo'd Lv &05am 3.15pm
I ;0;ral Ar Irvine Lv I 30pm
STATIONS. No. 1 No :i
Lv Louis Wile..... 7 loam suopm
Ar Lexlnetoi... 10 55am 10 41pm
Ar Knoxville... 7 10pm 7 55dm
Ar Ashevllls. ... I 43am li5Jpm
Ar bavannah 1 50am
Ar Jacksonville. 9 (T.a m
Ar Cnattinooga . ioipijj 750. m
Ar. Atlanta , OSpm 1.15pm
Ar Maron 1.35am
Ar JackonvtUe 9 0Iim
Lv Chiltanooia & lupm &15am
Ar Birmingham luoaptn l.IXJpn
Ar 2.3)jm 9 4 PT1
Ar. New Orleans & 30am 8. 204 01
Ka I carries Free Chair car Louisville .o
Leilncton there connectlnj with Solid
Train carrying Pullman Sleepmz Car to
Juc:socvllle via Chattanooga, also to New Orleans.
No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Loulivllle to
Chattanooga. aNo Lexington to Jacl4onv!llo
via Hot Sprlngs.Astievllle and Pullman tjnlcn
Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans
tDally Except Sunday
A. WnEDOW.P &T A.. S.T. Swirr.P &TA.,
Louisville. Ky Lexinrton. Kr.
W. II GREEN. Gen Sup. J. M.LULP.T. M
Washington. D C. Washlntton. D. li
W.A.1UHK.G PA. Wit II AG PtV.
Wasnlnjtcn. D a Louisville. Ky.
1- v J A sick man can't miJce money
j J X. That's because his brain wont
YorK. a norsewont aoworic
irZmlrrViness hs s proi:erIy fed
Fcalllb HelVher wifl a bratj. If the
Dram is not sept
dinon with pure, thii blood,
XT A vr 1. J. v? y i wont produce mtxh.
Nine times in ten the nervous trouble is purely secondary.
Th; real sickness is in their digestfcn and in
their Wood. If a man keeps bis digestion in cood
ordir, and keeps his body full of pure, rkh blood,
i he is never going to be very sick. '
i Johnston's SarsaparUia is made for people who
3 want to get well and stay wclL Sarsapariiia isa
3simpieMgranamotner" remeay, out rt
j purifies andenriches the blood-and lends
i to every pan ot tne Dooy. i nat is tnewa
all ailments of the brain end neryes cure
nil cures dyspepsia, rheumatism,
every other blood disease- It clears
plumps out the cheeks, aad brings
sparkle to lifeless eyes.
One Dollar is the price.and One thousand
3 ue of eery
xml | txt