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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX.
VOLUME . X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1897. NUMBER 49.
u u.sh to caution all users of Simmons
v l,fa! it iT on a subject of the deepest
jiil iniHj:tance to tLeir heallh
iliir hws. The sole proprietors
a i. rs of Simmons Liver Eegulator
i ii arc often deceived by
1 . a iJ taking some medicine of a
ipe.iNnce or taste, believing it to
1.31 'in Liver Regulator. We warn
ha' unlcxs ihe word .Regulator is on
, jor bottle, that it is not Simmons
t.rvuutor. No one else makes, or
i s ni ui Simmons Liver Regulator, or
nt' cilW Simmons Liver Regulator,
i H Zeihnfc Co, and no medicine made
it me e sa is the same , We alone can
t jp and we cannot be responsible, if
iieilic nes represented as the same do
vou as you are led to expect they
w Be ir this fact u ell in mind, if you have
n -i (.lie habit of using a medicine which
i uwd to be Simmons Liver
leciuse the name was somewhat like
o 1 the package did not have the word
t j ator on it, you have been imposed
! and have not been taking Simmons
, vw Regulator at all. The Regulator has
w irablv known for many years, and
a wbo ue it know how necessary it is for
and Ague Bilious Fever,
i - Headache Dyjpepsia, and all disorders
j.r - from a Difceated Liver.
Woasktou to look for yourselves, and
!. Lat bimmons Liver Regulator, which
c an readily distmguish by the Red Z
, nipper and by our name, is the only
called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. If. ZKILIN S. CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
PROFESSION AL. CARDS.
Wn MIL KKII tiOLlir.X.
1. IIMdMi, - - Kentucky.
$S ' '" adjoining A .11 Durnatn't.
R. IV. MILUBR.
Ruhvond, - - Kentucky.
'i -- in the Burnam Building, next door to
r National Bank.
C. P. BUBNA.M.
C. S. MOBEKLKT.
UK IIMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
iiiFirEinBarnim Building, recently occu
rs A H. Bumam. 31-30
A TTOllN E W ,
I.H .IMOXI), - - KENTUCKY.
ip i over Talor"h UnnHv ire store,
-ii. ( oiirt House, un Main Street.
11 V. HOGG,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
mm.i), - - Kentucky.
O'li.vXo 13 St.. upstairs. 31-30
. I:XTC LILLY,
A T LA W,
iimom), - -
nil. V W. corner MUm and Second
up stairs, "Will in :ill
ii of .unl :i.lj mini;:
i and Court of Aiih,i1
c .t n m cirKArLT.
ATTORXEYS AT LAW,
'illMIMI, - - Kevtucky
i li on Second street, over
.1 TTORXE Y-A T-LA W.
hiii,tl, ----- Kentucky.
illf(tion solifitod. 13
DR. II. II. GIBSON, -nil
YJiciA x a xd sunn eon,
Kkhmiind - Kentucky.
"tfice in the Joe l elms building, iS and 30 Sec
hi i street, oirer Wnue .Id drusstore. 27-
I'll AS. HOOKER,
I ETERIXARY SURGEOX,
Graduate Ontario Veterinary Collrye.
etenniry Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
1 Ti e jp Mairs over New York Store, corner
M 1 11 and treets. Richmond 46-
. C. J ASP Ell, M. I))
Medicine and Surgery.
Ofliee Collins Building, MainStreet.
T. lephone ht residence (the Onrr place) on
Bi iimond, ----- Kentucky
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON,
Itic iimond, ... Kentucky,
OfEce in Smith Building, No 204 Mam Street, np
Hairs Office hours 11 to 1 ani 4 to 5 o'clock.
DR. JOHN M. FOSTER,
Richmond. - Kentccvy
Telephone at office and residence.
G. EVAXS, M. D.,
PinSlCIAX AND SonGEON,
Richmond, - - - Kknti'Cky,
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practilwner in Medicine and Surgery,
- - -
JlSreanit rcsl.liiiico on Tlilnt Stict.
DR. A. WILKES SMITH,
Ri hmond, - ' -. Ken-tuck
"Siolih building. Main Street, OSet
"lours, 9.00 to 12 M.; itn to 4 ' '
re-Practice limilrd to dentinrv
J.CMoROAir. "" J. A- Yates.
MORGAN t YATES,
Richmond, " " Kkntuckv
Ocwb Mln Street, everIadi9a Tfattooal
CALDWELL HIGH SCHOOL CHlLDltEf..
The following poem U reprinted from
the New York Independent by rtquest
of u fiieml of the Caldwell High School.
The read it, atid upon
at tiii otlice the contributor's
uniue will bejilven.
A WONDEUFU. PAin or OL.VSS1A.
Gottlieb Schinitz, bb the 'iermans say,
liientil some glasses one Miinmer day
Ota wondrous pattern, unknown before;
They were aih to bight, ab m dab of
But the straiiRest, and jou'll own it
Enabled ttieu on ner lo think and to hear.
To think and to hear and to sct; but,
Some latal spell bad indued tne glass;
Its lines weie warped; 'ueatli the tircliiig
Distuned images met bis iew,
And the sounds that he hea: d whether
inirtli or joy,
Were blem.cd with sorrow, like base
Nothing was beautiful, quiiu, it seemeit;
flie veiy stiiK;t; that Hushed and
On the western hilltop, was out of line;
In the moaning music of uiud and pine,
And e'en in the sonir of the happieM
Weie chilling ditcords that Gottlieb
And, saddest of II, it transformed hi
lie was harsh in b judgment of nil
To truth and duty each day more blind.
Till he bruke the glass's in his sudden and
But vi&iou no longer would change at joy
The inngie lens he had worn too long-Each the
line was deflected, each angle
And dissonant still was the lark's glad
Is the story a true one? I cannot saj;
only know, should you come our way. arm
In streets or markt t, iouM surely find
Legioiid of men iho are deaf ami blind
To the light and beauty and love and
Of unselfish live. And there's-many a the
And I'm loath to confess, but I fear by
Unconsciously looking through Gott!ieb's
For The Climax.
POST MORTEM REFLECTIONS.
I hoped to be pardoned for beginning
this column today with a poem which
cxpnses a sad liuth. It is but a new
expression of a very old sentiment, and the
one which cannot be impressed upon the
world too often. and
Tis n wearisome -world this world of ours, the
With Its tangleh small and gieat.
Its weeds that smother the springing
And its hapless strife1? with fate;
And the darkest ilny of its desolate daje
See the help that conies too late. -
Aid woe for th" word that is never said.
Ti'lThe ear i- too deaf to hear.
And woe for the lack to the fainting head
Of the ringing -bout of cheei;
Ah! woe for the hggnrd feet that tread
In the mournful wake of the bier.
What booteth help when the heart is
What booteth a broken spar
Of love thrown out when the lips are
And life's 'ark diifieth far.
Oh ! far and fast from the alien past,
Over the moaning bar?
A. pitiful thing the gift today
That is dross awl nothing woith
Though if it had come but jcslerdav,
It had brimmed with 6weet the earth
A fadii g rose in a death-cold hand,
Tli.it perished in want and death.
Who fain w unlit help in this world of
Wl.eie sorrowful steps must fall,
Bring help in lime tothe waning powers,
Ere the bier is 6piead with the pall,
Xor send reserves when the Hags are
And the dead beyond recall.
For bafllmg must in this weaiy wori 1,
With iLs tangles small and great,
Its lonesome nights and its weiry days,
And its struggles forlorn "with fate,
Is that bitterest grief, too deep for teais
Of the help that comeiToo late.
MAHGARET E. SAXGSTER.
"In one of our exchanges recently we
came across an article which set us to
thinking. It was an account of a man
who-had just died, to whom the writer
had been deeply indebted for a great
kindness. It was a real offering, full of
tender tributes teeming with touches of
pxatitule and with warm x-
pressionsofappreciajlonand loe. We
wondered if the object of this beautiful I
tribute had ever received such a flower,
of affection in his lifetime andlf his
heart bad ever been cheered by words of1
kiudnesssuch as he had sjwken to souls
distressed" remarks an cicliangc.
ber the kindlv deeds of the dead and
W b Lb II
Hr 1 TWM
jnrrcoanis, xffs T222gSZSSA
Waiikera, Bfe g3k
men wear EBSJ.;;, -a
howwelovoto ponder over the sweet
interview we held with them. Is it not
strange that lhe oft-repeated scenes do
not moe us. to a more earnest appreciation
of our friends' coo J qualities while
they are still alive? lluw much more,
sensible and comforting for us to express
our loudness and admiration while they
can hear them and smile back their joy
and loc to usat the knowledge of onr
devotion, rather than waitjintil they nre
gone and then express our feel insrs faintly1 T
in flowers to wither on their graes? A
few words of encouragement and comfort
from 11 waim heart to the living are
woith more than a world of roses
ever so tenderly upon the graves of the
WM. H. KEITH IS MARRIED.
Ten' students of Central U.iiversitv
are remembered with the respec t and af
fection which cling to Mr. V. II. Keith,.
"W ho attended the University about five'
jearspgo. He was a South Carolinian
of the old school, and has won a wife
from among the fairest daughters of the
I'hIiiicUo State. Ilis wedding is thus
described by the Timuionsville Enter
prise, April 13:
Wednesday aLthe Presbvlerian church,
stirrot.ndcd by a whole town of inter
ibted and sine ere wellwishers, Mr. W. II
Keilh and Miss Cora Brd sjnike those
ever solemn vows which made them man
Designed by God, joined by Iheclmrch
and laws of man, and united one to the
other by the bonds cf love, they staiV
foith upon their journey of life, hand in
hand, and heait to heart, leaving the
past'and with perfect faith in the future
in cull other, enter the Holy state
Wedlock, amid the happiest and jnost
At 5:30 the carriages, drew up before
church, and as the bridal party was
ushered in by C. D. Smith and W. T.
Coker, there pealed forth the opening
notes of Mendelssohn's soul-inspiring
Forming quickly, the groom upou the
of his brother Mr J. E. Keith and
attended by Miss Kite M. Cohen, of
Weldon, and Mr J. W. Ragsdalc, proceeded
to the left under a handsome arch
ever greens and roses inscribed with
initial K, while the bride and her
maid of honor, MissEUen B rd, attended
Mi-s Julia Itagsdale and Mr. Duncan'
McKenaic, passed to right under a similar
arch inscribed with 11. Marching; thus
they soon gained the altar, now com
pletely hidden by an immense mass of
flowers where Rev. E. C. Bailey stood
waiting to toinmeuce lie oft repeated
ceremony As the final words of the
service were spoken there stole forth the
sweet voice of Mis D. It. Coker in her
superb rendering of Watson's "Oh,
1'roniise me," at the conclusion of which
joyful strains of the ''Bridal chorus"
Lohengrin while the now radiant wife
happy -husband proceeding under
aich which typified their union
their carriage anil the whole party
returned to the hoie of the bride.
The brideshow n resplendent in a w bite
duchess saliu trimmed with satin
ribbons, made en traine, with the bridal
veil gathered with the Marechal Niel
roses and a bouquet of buds in her
hand. The 111 lids wore white gloves.
The very simplicity of attire showing
the extremes! taste. The groom and his
attendants were attired in black cutaway
coats, light trousers, white ties and gloves
and patent leather shoes. The church
was most beautifully decorated, and the
windows being ttark and the chandeliers
dazzle of light, it will ever be remembered
as a mo6t impressive occassion.
The happy couple left through showers
rice and congratulations on the 7:20
train. They will visit Old Point, Washington,
New York and Niagara Falls.
They were the recipients of many
handsome presents, among them being a
vcrv fine berry set from Zeta chapter of
the Sigma Nu Fraternity, of Richmond
Mr. Keith is a very prominent and
popular young man. He U a partner in
the business of John McSwcen &- Co ,
and has two essentials to make a happy
home, a biifiiiciency of this world's goods
and a sunnv disposition,
Miss Byrd is both a charming and
handsome young woman, and never failed
to carry oil" high honors in all the social
events of the season.
Mr. Keith is congratulated on having
won eucIi a help mate.
HOW STANFORD LADIES C0MBINETHE
GOOD THINGS OF THIS WORLD.
The Ladies' Aiil Society of the Christian
church in order to promote sisterly
love and charity and incieaso the social
enjoyment, invited the aid societies of
the other churches to meet with them at
their church Friday afternoon, sajs our
esteemed contemporary, the Stanford
Journal. A delightful little 'prgram
had been w niciunciuueu a song
by the society, Bible reading by the
president, Mrs. T. J Foster, prayer by
Mrs. M.C. Saufley, a duet by Mesdames
L. 15. Cook andJ W. Hayden, words of
welcome by Mrs. Hayden, a paper on
general society work by Mrs. C. A. Cox.
solo "by Mrs. Cook, Reminiscence J of
Society work by Mrs. Forest us Rcid and
s ngiiiR by all. These exercises were
Style, Fit nnd Wear
i.ot be Improved lor
Double the Price.
- - S3.5.0. $4.00 ssi SSaOO Shoes arc tie V
productioas of skilled workmen, from the best
Noc-at in ml into shoes sold at these crices.
t make also 50 and $225 shoes for men, and
Uto, $2.00 and SJ.75 for boys, and tie W. L.
Douglas $3.50 Police shoe, very suitable for
policemen and -others -having
much walking to do.
W. L- Doustai S&Slmto?Sg!&5
Shoes because they Ijifc
are the best. . IfcWiiteaaaA
Per ste by 3IHHH
"We are constantly adiUnr new styles to our
alreatlv Urge variety, and there Is no
why voa cannot be suited, so Insist on
navinc w. l uougH -- ""
only the best Calf. Russia Calf
(alt colors), French ratMit Cair,
.French Erumel, Vlci Kid, etc,
graded tn correspond7itli prices
ot me EUUU.
If dealer cannot supply jou,
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POWDER a t
Celebrated for its Rreat leaven.njir
strength and henlthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
brands, koval bakimo powder co.,
held in the church proper and when they
had been concluded, the ladies, about 75
in number, w ere. invited to the chapel to
partake of refreshments, which were elegantly
served as follows- Course 1, salads
dressed with lettuce, olives, beaten biscuit;
2d, cream and maccarnncs, angel's
food ami a variety of white cake; 3d,
mint Avafeis; 4th, coflee and black cake.
Mrs. Foster's address was so brief,
pointed ami well that we give
it in full: --Prof. Drummond has said
that the greatest thing in the world is
love. We know that faiih turns to sight
and hope to glad fruition. But lovi
.abides forever Now while all our heart?
respond to the music of these old church
bells (Sweet Bells) one day there'll be r
sound that aill cause every soul to swell
v'ith rapture. It will be the signals that
proclaim the coming of our common Iord,
when with one universal shout we 6hall
all go up to meet him. The sins of the
times arc He is comingsooii,aiid will not
tarry. May we all 1m waiting and ready
to bring forth the royal diadem and
crown hiin Lord of all,"
The ladies are high in praise of Mr. AV.
II. Higginsaiid his wonderful ice cream
freezer. He froze the ices for them and
did it so nicely and so quickly that every
body was both surprised and delighted.
HITS THE BULL'S EYE.
What is the fundamental principle
that underlies t hut money question? Il
is that the value of a dollir depends upon
the number of dollars. (Applause.)
You can change the value of a dollar
by changing the number of dollars.
You tan make dollars clear by miking
them scarce; you can make them cheap
by making them plentiful. When
ever j on control the -volume of mone
you control the value of money. From
Bryan's New York speech.
GEN'L SIMON SURRENDER BUCKNER.
Hon. Simon B. Buckncr, late candidate 1
for the Vice-Presidency on the scarecrow
ticket, has been visiting different
prisons in which he served during the
war of the rcbellionr The Buckncr war
record eutitles the owner ot it to be
known as the Grand Old Surrenderor.
New York Journal.
SUMMER SCHEDULE, SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Ihe Southern Railway will change
schedule May 2nd,"" after "which time
trains will leave Louisville 7,45 a. in.;
4,20 p. in.; 7,35 p. m.; ariive Lexington
1050 a. in ; 7.25 p. in.; 10,10 p m. Leave
lajxiiigtou for Louisvill at 5,05 a. m.;
7,50 a. ui. ; 5,10 p. in.
These trains run daily and carry Free
Observation Chair Cars or Sleeping Cars-
l'orcopyof the new schedule apply to
any ticket agent of the Soulern ltailvvay.
Wm. H. Tayloe.
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.
Miss Martha Benton is very low at
John Robinson, our best teacher, w ill
start for Beattyville, Ky., in a few dajs.
0. K. Noalem, of Winston, was in our
tow n laet week.
G. V. Turpin, of l'ed House, was vis
and relatives of l'ortwood.
Mr. A. S. Ilis.e and Mr. 1?. Hubbard
relumed home from a fishing expedition
and repoit good success. '
The -farmers are mighty behind planting
Oats is looking w ell.
Farmers have commenced planting
corn at this place.
Mrs. J. H. Turpin and daughter of
l'ortwood, Madison county, visited Mrs.
J.T. Turpin at this place last Thursday.
Mrs. C.T. Grinstead is quite sick at
this writing. Her many friends wish
her a speedy recoving.
The many friends of Mrs. Fanny
Nolaud will be sorry to learn that she is
quite low- at the home of her son, J. It.
Nolaud. near Winston She is a. noble
Christian and kiud mother. She will be
missed greatly in this neighborhood. She
is about 92 years old.
Capt. S. T. Itock, ofiHichmond, was up
last week and spent two days on his
farm setting out fruit trees, which will
add to his already largo orchard which
he Las on his .farm. Come again, Cap
The many friends of ClabeTharp will
regret to learn that the Major savs it was
nmibta'ke about his being an applicant
for this Postofiicc, and that he does not
vvantitand will not take charge of it
under any circumstancus.
Mr. W.TvTharp. of Winston, was in
tow n last Saturday on business. Come
It is reported that I. T. Turpin, Postmaster
at this tpliod, Lnj resigned "lu;
favor of any ltepublican who may want
to be Postmaster at thu place. We
think tho spoils of ivstr belong to the.1 l
Mr. William Aldridge, of Jessamine,
county, was a guest oliM. LvAIdridge,j
on High street, last week; , i
Mrs. Mary jot Winchester, is
m .. t'l if f! S i il.M.
visiting relatives BHULincuwi atttuis
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LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET.
FUnMSIIKI) BY GLOVEIt A DUUKCTT,
Sales on our market for the week Just
closed amount to 2027 hhds. with re
ceipts for the same period 1336 hhds
Sales on our in ii kpt since January 1st,
amount to 71 bl.1 hhds Sales of the crop
of IS' Mi i our market to this date
amount l 05,21)5 hhds.
We have had anotherweek of light ic
i ts and sales and prices have been
.ti i and strong for all grades of hurley
ci in good condition. The quabtv
of the offerings continue poor. What
little good tobacco that has been ofTeret
this week has sold higher than at anj
tune s.nce tjie market opened for new
hurley. Colory trash when in good condition
brought ou side quotations. Com
inon soits in soft order brought about the
Mine prices as "were current last week.
But few old have been offered
When sweet they brought full prices;
whenolTin fkvor, about as they have
been for some time.
Trash (dark or damaged)$ 1 50 to 2 CO
Common colory trash 2 50 to 4 50
Medium to good col trash 4 50 to 0 50
Common lugs not co.ory 2 50 to 4 50
Common colory lugs 5 00 to 7 00
Medium to good col lugs 7 50 to 0 50
Common to medium leaf 5 50 to 8 50
Medium to good leaf 9 00 to 14 00
Good to fine leaf 13 00 to 1(5 00
Select wrappery leaf 1G 00 to 10 75
The above quotations are not applicable
to green and frosted crops:
following quotations fairly
our market for hurley tobacco 189G
Trash (green or mixed $ 1.00 to 1.50
Trash (sound) 2 00 to 4 00
Common lugs 4 00 to 0 00
.Medium lugs 2 03 to 3 50
Good lugs - - 5 00 to 7 00
Common leaf (short) 7 00 to 9 00
Common leaf 5.00 to S 00
Medium leaf - S 00 to 13.00
Goodlcjf 13 00 to 1GO0
Fine and selections 1G 00 to 19.75
following quotations fairly represent
our market for hurley tobacco
(green or mixed) $ 2 75 to 3.23
Trash (sound) . 3 00 to 4.25
Common lugs 4 25 to 7.45
Medium lugs 4.75 to GOO
Goodlug3 ' 0.00 to 7.00
Common leaf (short) G 00 to 7.00
Common leaf : 7 00 to 9.00
Medium leaf ., 9 00 to 11.00
Good leaf 11.00 to 13 00
Fine and selections 15.50 to 19.75
"Pen jab seem" such a ladylike novelist."
"Ladylike 'I Why he never w rote an improper
line in his life."
County Democratic Committee
At a. meeting of tho "democratic
County Commilte of Madison county,
't being an adjourned meeting of
said Committee, held on tho 5th day
of April, 1897, and a quorum of said
Committee being present, upon motion
the following resolutions were
lp Realizing that the Democratic
party will most faithfully promote
nnd protect the interests of the people
of Kentucky, and that Democratic
supremacy antl control in
local affairs 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 affairs.
2. It is ordered that a Democratic
primary election bo hold at the various
voting precincts in Madison
county on the i29tli day of May, 1897,
to select Democratic candidates for
County Judge, County Attorney,
County Clerk, Sheriff, Circuit Clerk.
Assesor, Superintendent of Public
Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Representative
in the Legislature, and Coro
ner respectively, and the polls shall
be open from 7 a. m.'till4 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 primary election,
the candidates who propose to submit
their names to bo voted for,
shall, on or before the 8th day of
May, 1897, pay to the Chairman of this
Committee the following sums: Each
candidato for every county ofllce
except that of Coroner the sum of
$50, and each candidate for the office
of Coroner the sum of $10.
4. That said primary election
shall "be conducted by officers 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 make all arrangements
for holding snid election.
6. It is ordered that all legally
qualified voters who consider
Democrats, and who will sup-
porf the nominees, of this primary
election, and all young men now
under tho 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, nfliliato with tho Democratic
party, shall bo entitled to vote in
said primary election.
7. That tho Chairman of this
give public notice of said
election by posting a copy of this
order on the Court-house door antl
at twenty other public places in the
county, and shall publish a copy of
tills order in .cyery IssXie of tho Ken-
tuckv Register and Richmond
mxzL from date ofadoptlon to time
of said primary elpction.
Joim U. CiiKjfAuM, Cli'm.
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Tomorrow will bethel54Ui
ty - U -- of TljomascJeifefflou. V,
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Qandy cathartic i
I fP ALL !
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B did Hofie,
The Finest Bigs;
The Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention,
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Telephone Your "Cousin,"
P. B. BROADDUS,
Hunley's Old Stand.
WEAK RSEH WIADE YlSBROUi
piz&Sf rS"! fcySNS.
1"0AY. S'"0AY. z;jin.
nECEED.s t!:au3ftfD n:
i nut j i.ii &
It nr.tM nmrprfnllr and. auif klr. -Circa vticil 1
thers fill. Yourirf men lost
oen recover youthful vi-or.
inlcvd to Cure Itiil"
Ither --x. Failing Mcio -. "p .islirLT U
antl all tfnls t tel) atni.t or txcttttt r
Wrnls oil tntanliy T!l U
lou lctdrapp't lmncoaworiblc"SBufcstlwiuo i
you rwamo 1 1 yicUs n grratrr prrflt. c -ns
M:i:VIGOR, or e ivl 'i.r
Can bo carried la I'renald plim vr
kt. -1 per bcr. or O for r".1. wiai I -
" rltten Onarant Curd or Jrtin.l l
PamphlPllrce Sold br druesls j. A
pr:iF.F.it iinanxix. ass'a, iuicuko. .
Sold by Ilichmond Drug Co. and V. 0.
TO CURE A COLD IN 0E DY.
Take Laiitive Bromo Qjlninc Tablets. All
Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure.
23c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist,
Schedule lo effect FfI. 13. 1S07.
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Ar.L.rrencr.i: iO OiUio cilSirn v.iBuii
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K.'0in t.35imii Vatn
Ar. Sholbyville 8 17-n .iipm ClWara
Ar. Loulsvllla 7 Supra . -Oum
Trains Nos 1, 1. 1 nnd 8 carry Frco
No. K So It STAllONS. No. II o .t
7 A am Lt Louisvll Art 7 aApm m6iain
6 i:p-n lUUDam Ar iJirncbru Ar -l-i
7 12pm Ar HaroiHbg vr 4 3'pm 7 35am
7 SpTl il 01 m Vr Uureln L.vl l.lbj m
No. 1 tso t.7 rArioNH No. iduNo a
7 t3aui Lr Louisvli Ar .113.11m boim
S J(pm 9 lam Ar Sneltivll Ari J I7iml 6. itm
G Mpm Ar Verstlcs Ar aoiml (
70lpt Ar Mldwiy Ar 7 tuml
7 lilipm ArOeorat"! I.v 7 1 iaml 3.00iim
N'o. 1 ItXoi. IN'O 0 ItNo !
7.t.aml .t Uuul.vu Ar tio m 7 3tm
5.40pm Lv Vert cs Ar 7i5am MOpm
II i5am 7 3Jpm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 6 "Sam l lnjirn
l05mn B..Jpm VrRichmo'd Lv COiam 3 Upm
I iQpml.... . Ar Irvine l 1 30pm
No. I No 3.
Lv LouUtllle. 7 Uam niiuiim
Ar Lexiaeton.. in 40im
Ar Knoxville... . Upm 7 M.im
Ar Asneville. ... 1 tJam isspm
Ar bavnnnan ... t iftim
Ar 9 0 mm
Ar Ciiaitmooga ...... 5 Mpm 7 Wim
Ar :0 1 loim
Ar Maron .-... I loam
Ar 9 Oiim
Ar Uirmtngnara .... . lOOJpm I ojrjm
Ar Mer.dlnn. . a 3 lam 9 4 ja
Ar New Orleans & 30am nKiim
No 1 carries Tree Chair car Louisville to
Lexington there connecting with holld
e Train carrying Pullman bleepinir Car to
JacUsonvllle via Cnattanooga. also to New Orleans.
Vo. 3 carries Pallman Sleeper Loutsvllla to
Chattanooga, alio Lexington to JaclcionvlllB
vta Hot and I'uUtnan Lion
Sleeper Lexington to Orleans
A. WniDos.P 4T A.. Swirr.P &Tiw.
Louisville. Ky Lextni?ion. Ky.
W. HGnEEN Gen Sup. J. M. (.utr.T. L
Wablni;too. D a n C
W.A.TURKGP.A..WU a TiT.OEA.GPA.
Wasnlnjlon, D a Louisville.
& Kb "5 I
Sk 2t "-J!VW
9 T - W M
1 - - 1 1
& - up w ' ww&nnnm
has poured in upon us during-the thirty
has teen making thousands of weak and
suffering men, women and children
strong and healthy. Our 36 page, illustrated
book contains some of- these letters-
if gratitude, and besides, giving you
lots M trood . solid health advice. Send
for ateopy its free. Quart bottle, gi. 00
WILLIAMS. DAVIS, BROCKS &CO Detroit. Hk
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ar irrintvltnt ru mrt natural Sm -J
c nintro. lors, si-i
x I5""" SOLO IN
B5 sa & RICHW10JM0.
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.-J- SADDLERY. : A :
Jyijv " EEES
iirim r2S?Sjkii ej
At -Walter AZBFii's I.:ves Stable
AH kinds of harness, cheaper
than can bo bought any where in l'.iehmoiul
Oive us a trial anil be convinced. Satisfaction
BED WETTING CURED
OH SO PAY. Jlrts. n. JL ROWAN, Milwaukee,
UKII. W. UILEY
Of Slielbyville, Ky , I'ecommends
Shelbvville, Ky , Mav 2U, '90. Tc
Wright Medical Co., Col., O
(Tent's have a huc of
Wright's Celery ('apsules from (J IS".
.Miiiitelton. (truibt, and used them ftr
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation
and fouml that they cave me immediate
relief every time. 1 think it nn
Yours very truly,
9 Geo. W. Rilcv.
HOY TO HND OUT.
Fill n bottle or common water glass
iti'li urine and let stand
hours; a sediment or settling indicates a
diseased conditiou of the kidneje.
When urine stains linen it is positive
evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre
qnent desire to urinate or pain m the
back, i3 also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder are ont of order.
. "WHAT TO DO
There is comfort in the knowledge
so often, expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
the great kidney remedy
tulfills every with in relieing pain m
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder ami
every part of the urinary passes. It
corrects inability to hold urine and
sca'.dingjpain in parsing it, or bad effects
following use of liquor, wine or beer,
and oveicomes that.unpleasaut necessity
of being compelled lo get up many time
durinu the night to urinate. 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 ou need a medicine
you should have the bebt, Sold by druggists,
price fifty cents nnd one dollar.
For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both
sent free by mail, mention tho Cum u,
and send your full address to
Dr. Kimer & Co., Binghanipton, K. Y.
I 1110 propretor of this paper guarantee
J the t enuineness of this offer.
The most refrcsliinw and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
lgnRaufc O 2 l.r
i rcrs ths Qz
1 K:t.rr i.urtxry?. batk 3 a .5 -i
It lasts tvC2 as long as otters.
Atrial will convince jcu cf its great
merit, win pi-as- tne most lastidious.
Mtr. of rTCH MILLED TOILET
SOAPS AID PEKFUA1ERY,
F 0 Oo flrsFPIR
cS'Jw VSkN HCCO'S
Ou Laca Box.
FEATHERBONE CORSET CO.
W. D, OLDHAM & COMPANY.
lm pF J
Second Street, between Main antl
Water, rear of Dillingham building,
JSichmoud Ky. IJeady to do all kinds
uf blacksuiithing promptly in the best
ork manlike nmniier. S-7
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen by
from the manufacturer.
No better wheel made than the
Built in our cvn factory by
skilled workmen, using the best
material and the most improved
machinery. B'j fiava no cgsnis
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
nr.yvhers for examination.
Our interesting Offer
Acm2 Cvcte Co., Elkhart, lad.
An education at Harvard, Yale,
orany other or institution
of learning in the United States,
or in the New Kngland Conservatory
of Music, can be secured by
any young man or woman who is
in earnest. Write for particulars
ouicklv. J AJUES I. BALL,
"Nothing else like it"!
Madison lonumefllal Works.
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1 D 15. -is !
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Ve Send it FREE!
Young and Old.
Rejoice with ns
in the Discovery.
Wlien a man has suffered for years
with a weakness tiiat WistM lii.s rife atnl
robi him of all that really make life
worth living, if he avail himseif of u
complete cure, vv hy not jto&s,i the moral
courage to stop hw clovtnvvard timrvv.
We will bend von hy mail,
FI.KK, in plain the All
PoHerful OK. VITAL
to perm.iiinth cure I.lisT HAS
II0U1), iKlUL WEAKNESS.
VAUiriH'KLE, sMI'S forever
NlfillT Ell 1 1 ION'S ami al minattral
ilrains. Iletnrns to former jppearaueoa
No C O- D frau.l nor recipe deception.
If we could not cure, we would not semi
our medicine FKKR to try, and pay wktw
itislied. Write to-day, as tins may nt
appear ajrun. Adilress
Western Medicine Conpsny,
ncoRnBiiE. Kalamazoii, llidi.
SOLD OX AX -9
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S CELEBRATED Iff
IM THE GREATEST W.ORM OISTROYtB
PF THE AGE i
ASr AN O PLEASANT TO TAKE
S Smallest dose
Easiest to taLe.
1 Entireir vrretah.e
' Most certain anil X i
failincr Worm Destroyer
btK DISCOVERED. N A
Sold for a quarter of a
tury with continually V
injr demand. Tlitnk a momen
Does this not mean merit ?
1 125,000 Cliihlren yearly Sent to 5
their GntTes hy Worms. I
CELEBRATED WORM PQWDE :rs
s would have them all. i
PRICE, . ix:k KOX.S
i Forsale by all dnurBlsts and tie alrrs In metUclaes. ?
S Manufactured only by tie proprietor, i
I T-a. J
L. & H. R. R.
K. C. D1VJSION.
Ix Effect March 1, IS! 8.
LV. Express for Cincimwli, ASV
A. 11. fans, Ma3iIU Wm- I. 3C
Cincinnati. Paris. Mays
P. M. viile. Winch eter xhiI
2.tlo Ix!xington mail. 1M
1.10 l'ineville. 1255
F.is' line for LivingbtottJ A. X.
11.43 Knoxvilk sia
M. line for Cincinnati r. x.
.J 1') 1'aris Wiucliibtvr. 11. IS
r m liowlHiul am' A. X
Frukfori & Gi&efaa&ti Mm
In Effect March 1, lSST.J
DAILY EXCEPT SUXDAY.
Lve Frankfert - S 3S 3 W
Vrr Ellhora. S K 3 29
Switier. 6 l 3 32
Stamping Greund . 7 ffi. 3 4S
Dnvalls TtS 3 58
Georgetown- TSO 4 1
Lve Georgetown. s CO t 3
Arr . 8 li 4 4
Centreville- 8 ?i 4 Se,
Elizabeth 8 W 4 38
Paris . 8 40 5 M
LTe Pan 9 2 S 31
Vrr Elizabeth .9K
' Centrevilie . . ) S is
Newtown. 9 H 5 38
Georgetown HU 6 W
Lve Georgetown W 49 t J9
Arr Duvall. H& t
' Stamping Ground 11 M 6 kS
' Switzer 11 2S 6 -9
Elkhorn. 11 35 78
" Frankfort UK 7 39
C. D. BERCAW, Gcn'l Pass. Agent.
GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'I Spt.
kimh ui Ohio Biilmy.
Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky.
Mt. Sterling and Islington Aecom 6 5S am
Eastern Express for Loaisrtlie 7 30 am
Morehcad and Lexington Accom. 3 00 pm
New York Limited F. F. V 5 45 pm
Lexington apd Morehead Accom 9 15 am
New York Limited F. F. V. Jl 58 am
Lexington and lit. Sterling Aecom. 7 00 pm
Washington Express 9 OS pm
Accommodation train- run daily except Sunday.
Other trains ran daily
Through sleeping and dining car service to
For information, rate or sleeper reservations
call on or write K. HOOD. Agent
or GEORGE W. BARNEY,
D. P. A. C. & O. Ky., Lexington, Ky.
I Idea tiling Who of him to - patent? sunplft tMyir
1 Protect Your Idea: thrr imr brin? ,im wJih
Writ! JOHN WKDDEKbDRN Jt CO, Patent Attorney.
Wwhlngufa. D. CL, for their J13JO prlte offer
and Uit ot two laTeaUocs wanted.
AXD DEALER IN
OF GEMETERY WOZK.
. . . .
' AND ALL KLNDS
iFor further jwiiiciUars, prices,