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VOLUME RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, L897. NUMBER 50:
. to caution all users of Simmons
v t l!.il.ii ir on a subject of the deepest
importance to their healtib
- i Tlie sole proprietors
1 tiiVoPnt of Simmons Liver Kegulator
n 1'itt are often deceived by
1 m a !! Liking some medicine of a
tr or taste, believing it to
iin n m Liver Regulator. We warn
t nat unless ihe word .Regulator is on
- (. v Ivaue or bottle, that it is not Simmons
Rebuilt No one else mates, or
i. snuuV Simmons Liver Regulator, or
n ntr called Simmon Liver Regulator,
t i' I H Zeilm& Co, and no medicine made
1 anv.inc e se is the same. , We alone can
I -i 11 up and we cannot be responsible, if
' i Tiedicines represented as the same do
r 1 10I1 vou as you are led to expect they
w 11 Bear this fact well in mind, if you have
tif"i in the habit of using a medicine which
Tun supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator
beoiuse the name was somewhat like
1? and the package did not have the word
Rvulator on it, you have been imposed
upon and have not been taking Simmons
Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has
tcen favorably known for many years, and
a I who ue ll know how necessary it is for
Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation
Headache Dpepsia, and all disordera
ans ng from a Diseased Liver.
We ask vou to look for yourselves, and
see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which
you can readily distinguish by the Red Z
on wrapper and y our name is the only
m"dicme called Simmons Liver Begulator.
J. II. ZEILIN & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
51 Ks MIL IlKIl CillMiK.N,
i:i iimond, Kentucky.
.&fjficr adjoining A .R Iiiirnam,t.
K. VV. MILLER.
KiruvoM, - - Hkktucky.
mrc in the Ilurnam Building, next door to
Fanner's National Bank.
C F. BCRVAU.
W. S. KOBEKLEV.
Atto rse vs- at- Law.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
office in Iinrnim Building, recently
rd by A. It. Burnam. 31-30
A tto i: x c Y-at-La w,
UICHMOXn. - - KENTUCKY.
( Uli over Taylor'n UnrVliviire stort,
Court l!out, on Mnin Street.
II. 15 IlOiK;,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
RiniMoxii, - - Kextcckv.
Office No. I.! Mrst St.. up stairs.
GRANT H LILLY,
A TTO T LAW,
iiMoxn, - -
OthVc S. V. corner Mmii ami
Mreeiji up btttirn. Will pm'tir' in .!!
t tie c mrts of Madison ami adjoining
fni'ities and Court of AjipeaK.
.7 C.&T M CUKVAULT.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
0'iic on Second streot, over
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W.
RicJimnnd, ----- Kcntucty.
Collections snVp'UL IS
DR. II. It. GIBSON,
PIl YSICIA NAND SURGEON,
KicHMovn. ... Kentucky.
Office in Ihe Joe l"c Jin limUling, 18 and ao
Street, over Wnne .old drugstore. 27-
I ETERINARY SURGEON,
Grmhiaie Ontario Yelrrinarg College.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office up suits over Nw York Store, cornel
Main and First street):. Richmond 46-
II. C. JASPER, M D
MrMlicine and Surcery.
OITice Collins Huildinz, Main Street.
TtHephone t residence (the Oirr place) oc
KiciiMoxn, ----- Kentucky
DR. O. A; KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
RirilMOND, - Kextucky.
Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, np
stairs Othce nours 12 to 1 anj to 5OC1OCK.
DR. JOHN M. POSTER,
Richmond. - Kentcck
Telephone at office and residence. -
G. W. EVANS, M..D.,
physician and surgenk,
Richmond, .... Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYXOR,
Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond ... Kentucky
3rf.ee residence on Tliir.l Strept.
DR. A. WILKES SMITH,
Ri hmosd, --- -Kentucky
Orricc Smith building,' Min Street. Office
onr. 0:00 to ij M.J 1:00 to 4 P. M.
Tlractice limited to dcntUtrv.
J. C Mobcan. J. A. Yates.
MORGAN & YATES,
Richmond, - -" Kentucky.
Opp"nt Main Street, otct Madison National
Selected For The Climax 1
GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY.
She Mood at the bar of justice,
A creature wan and wild,
In form too nuall for a woman,
In features too old for a child,
For a look eo worn and pathetic
Was stamped on her pale your.;; face,
It teemed long years of sufferim:
Must have left that silent trace.
"Your name?" siid the judjze, as he
With kindly look yet keen.
"Is Maty McGuiro, if you please, fir."
'And our ape?" "I am turned fifteen."
"Well, Mary," and then from a paper
Ho sOowv and gravely read.
"You aie charged here I'm fcorry to
With stealing three loaves of bicaJ.
"You look not like aii offender,
And I hope that you ran show
The chaige to he falce. Now, tell me,
A re you entity of tlii, or not?"
A pasion:ite burst of weeping
Was at tirht lit r fole. rejdy,
Ihitshe dried her eyes in a moment,
And looked in the judge's, ee.
'I will tell you jusi how it was, sir.
Mj father and mmhci are dead,
And my Utile bntlher and sisters
Were hungry and asked me for hi ead.
At first I eirneo it for them
By woikjng haid allda.;;
nuLsoinehow limen were bad, sir.
And the woik all fell away.
"I could get no more employment;
Tiie weather was bitter cold.
The young ones cried anj shhered
(Little Jnhny's but four years old);
So what was I 10 do, eii ?
I am gnilty. hut not condemn;
I took 0, was it stealing?
The bread to give to them."
Every man in the court-room
j ray btard and thoughl!eb youth
Knew, as he looked upon her,
That the prisoner spake the truth;
Out from their pockets came kerchiefs,
Out from their eyes sprang tears,
And out from old faded wallets
Treasures boat. led for years.
The judges fiiee was :i study,
The ttrangest you eer saw,
As he cleared Iis throat and murmured
Something about the law.
For one so learnedun such matters,
So wire in dealing with men.
He seemed, on a simple question,
Surely puzzled just then.
Hut noone blamed him or wondered,
When at last thefo words they heard
''1 he sentence of this young prisjner
Ik, for the present, deferred."
And no one blamed him or wondered,
When he went to her and smiled,
And tenderly led from the court-room
Himself the ' guilty" child.
Tie hunters rest while the Derby is being
The Queen and Crescent trains aie the
linest ttains run in the State of Kentucky.
Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect
with the main highways of the Great
I'm nk Lines of the North, West and
This i- the line par-excellence to Washington,
New York Boston and the Kast.
The Queen and Crescent connects with
every line out of Cincinnati.
S T.Swirr, 1'. & T. A., Lexington. Ky.
W G. Mokra.v. 1). P. A., Lexington, Ky.
What is true of the of Tine-ville
and Bel! county, as note in the following
from tho Stanford Interior-Journal,
is also true of those in the counties
if Laurel, Whitley and Knox. In each
of these counties the negroes had a can
didate for Ihe licpublican nomination of
jailer. Of course no negro got a nomina
tion In Knox countv, howeer, a negro
was really but he failed to
get a certificate. The Journal sas:
Thecoloied voters at Pineville,
e 1 over the way their candidate for jiiler
was counted out by the Itcpublicans,
held an indignation meeting and resolved
to cut loose from the party which forever
keeps them hewers of wood ami drawers
of water. A club was formed 123 strong,
and allegiance to the Democratic party
announced. The colored brother is
finding by degrees who his real friends
One effect of Ical Option in Winchester
is thus described by tlie Deiuoir.it:
There is one family in Winchester who
bid fair to sit 011 the top rail of the fence
in a few ye.in? it the presentcombination
continues to hold good. Just before tho
Local Option law went into effect last
week, the head of the family who loves
a good drink and has the reputation of
indulging pretty freely, bought a the gallon
keg ot snake mixture and turned it
over to his wife with instructions to give
him a drink only when he had the dime
to pay for it. The arrangement promises
to be exceedingly profitable for the good
lady of the hoiife. The keg is already
about one-third empty, and in another
week she expects to make" enough profit
to buv a new parlor carpet It is said
however, that she U making the old man
driuk about double the niian iry which
he 11-ed to imbibe in the endeavor to get
the house newly furnished this spring,
Senator elect Deboe lias furnished
another ".13, 14, 15 puzzle" for the-Republican
and gold bug politicians to
solve. In an interview at Frankfort
Thursday, he said: "1 belong to tho
school of Republicans of James Q.
Blaine, William Mckinley and John
Sherman." James G. lilaino was a
strong advocate of bhnctallisrrt.
Wm. McKinley has been cverytliih&
from a free coinage 10 to 1 silver irnin
to a single gold standard advocate.
John Sherman has been a servant of
Wall street and tlu5 Ttothchilds since
1873, when with the hand of a legislative
assassin he struck down one-half
our standard money.
Mr Deboo's declaration that he is
for "sound money" and in favor of
the principles enunciated in tho St.
Louis platform is an explanation
which coupled with the above
still needs to be explained.
When endeavoting to get the vote of
Populist Poor he was a free silver
man, and when lie was elected there
was no man in the Kentucky
who had any assurance as to his
position which was not contradicted
by equally positive assurances to
some other member of a contrary position.
However, it is not difficult to
determine how Mr. Deboe will vote.
Jf he can find out exactly what
Mark Hanna wants him to do. the
only possibility of his failing to reflect
tho will of Maik Hanna is that
without constant watching lie may
liiisinteqiret Ids instructions and
vote contrary to them. If Mark
Hanna says vote for international bimetallism,
Deboe will vote thatway.
If he says vote for retiring the greenbacks
and treasury notes he will oboy
the order. If it should become evident
during his term the Republican
party must repudiate the idea that it
is for the single gold standard and
declare for the free and unlimited
coinage of silver, or any other policy,
n order to hold its power Mr. Deboe
would he found voting according to
orders from his boss. It is perfectly
evident that he is not troubled with
my convictions of his own on the
question, as he has shown that ho
was willing to advocate any phase
of the question which at the time ap
pears tn tie expedient. If Mr. Doboe
will refrain from blowing out tho gas
when ho gets to- Washington he will
meet the highest cxpect.it ions of his
Kentucky constitueneney. Ho has
been elected head waiter at the Kentucky
pic counter, and he will have
to spend much of his time in dodging
empty dishes which hungry-expect
ants, who may be disappointed, will
return to him. lie may be accepted
by the outside world :ls a fair sample
of Kentucky's Republican peoduct
This being her first exhibit of tho
kind in the great legislative exposition
at Washington, we hope an indulgent
public will not shoot at it,
because it is doing the best it can.
A Dispatch from Fiankfort says that
Gov. James B. McCrearv will be a candidate
for in this district next
ve.ir. That settles it. The district will
be represented next time by a democrat
and a gentleman.
Not satisfied with his fight last Fall
against the party which made him all
that he is or over will be, Gov. Hindinan
continues to make war on democracy by
presiding at a meeting in Columbia
which declared eternal enmity to the
Chicago platform and all who stand thereon.
There is a report current that republicans
are making overtures to Judge
W. E. Vamon to run for county attorney
on their ticket, but we can give it the lie
for two reasons: That party would not
dare make such a proposition nor would
it be a moment considered if it was made.
There is no turncoat in Wallace's ward
Young chickens arc retailing at 25c
apices and strawberries at loc a qu'arf.
God made a good many other berries,
better than the strawberry, some old
doctor to the contrary notwithstanding,
but He never made anything better than
a nice, fit, frying chicken.
LITER AR T NOTES.
QUEE.-l VICTORIA'S DIAMOND JUBILEE
In its June, number The Lulies Home
Journal will celebrate the Diamond Jubilee
in a way distinctly its own. In an
article by William George Jordan, entitled
"What Victoria Has Seen," the
reader wilj be taken on the British throne,
and the marvelous panorama of the
world's history for sixty years will pass
before him. He will at a glance see the
progress in art, science, invention music,
education-; tlie great social reforms, the
growth of nations and theadvanceof
lizition. The -whole story of the wor d s
progress of thq longest reigli im English
history will bevividly presented)
000 L1S JT
The Style. Fit and Wear;
could not be Improved for
Double the Price.
fc : : . mm
W. L. Doubles
Shoes liecauss they
ire the best.
For sale by
V. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the
productions of skilled workmen, from the best material
possible to put into shoes sold at these prices.
We make also )iou ana ). snoes lor men, ana
$250, 52.00 and $1 .75 for boys, and the W. L. "
Douglas Siou fouce shoe, -very suitable lor
letter-carriers, policemen and others having
much walstng to do.
We are constantly adding new styles to our
an3dv lanro variety, and theru is no rea
son why ion cannot be: suited, 30 insist on
liaTinjr W. L. Douglas Shoes from your
Woiise onlv tho best Calf, Russia Calf
(all colors), French latent Calr,
JT reticti. Xnamel, Vici Kid, etc,,
graded to correspond with prices
of tho shoes.
If dealer cannot supply jou,
W.L WWfilAS, Broekiw,, Mass.
Celebrated for its jrreat leavenins
strength and healthfulness. Assure?
the food against alum and all forms
of adulteration common tothecheap
brands, royal bakinq co.,
HOW DO YOU ANSWER IT?
The following paragraph from an exchange
is worthy the most thoughtful
considerations of every one who reads it:
"Among the many questions affecting
the being of any city, town or village,
none it, .f more vital importance than
that of where its cilzens purchase their
goods. The prosperity of any community
dermis in a gnat lneaMtie upon the
manner in which the residents answer
that question. We. cm conceive of no
greater ingratitude than that of a man
earning his wages or making bin wealth
in the place he liyes, moves ami has his
being, and then huving tho bulk of his
goods in another place. . It ii like a child
slapping its patent's face."
How many towns have 'died" for no
others reason than the wrong answer being
giycii bv their citizens to the above"
question! See our ads. they are the
words of your own citizens, who, as
ueighbois, deserve your trade.
THE WAY IT WORKS.
Corn is worth a dollar a bushel in
Mexico, and us Mexico has not charged
her money standard, tho dollar which
the farmer gets for his bushel of corn
will still be a dollar, pay his debts and
taxes, and railroad fares, and hotel bills,
and a do'l.ir's worth of anything he needs
(rom the merchants
Corn is worth LM cents a bushel in Chicago,
and since our money standard ha
been changed from the double standard
to the gold standard, the 21 cents which
the farmer gets for his bushel of corn
will pay 24 cents on his deht, taxes
railroad fares and hotel bills, where
formly a bushel of corn would have paid
4S cents ot his debts, taxes ek. "While
the change in the money standard has
cut the prices ot his corn in town, debts,
taxes, railroad fares and interests rales
were not correspondingly reduced.
'I his illustration has a wide application
which every intelligent man will under
stand, and it demonstrates the injustice
which the gold standard has done to the
classes except the money leaders and
monot olisfs and those who have fixed Incomes
which are not affected by the gen
eral condition of the country. Louisville !
PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY Wl-
0NA ASSEM3LY GROUNDS WARSHAW,
This meeting is May 20, to June 2nd.
KoQiid trip tickets are on sale vir the
Queen & Ciescent Route and Cincinnati
at half rates. Ask agents for particulars.
W. C- Rinearsox,
Geu'l Pass's AgL, Cincinnati, 0.
LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR-
FURNISHED BY GLOVER Jfc DDIIIIETT, LOUISVILLE
Sales on our market for the week just
closed amount to 2027 hhds. with receipts
for the Banie period 1330 hhds.
Sales on our market biuca January 1st,
amount to 71,843 hhds. Sales of the crop
of 18 ,on our market to this date
amount to 63,205 hhds.
Ourmacket this week lias shown more
"snap" and activity, all grades considered,
than any time this vear. The grades
selling above S5X0 both red and colory
have been several bids higher and the
market for such goods as have been selling
from $7.00 to $10.00 is decidedly
stronger. The low grades with some color
selling from $3.60to $5 00 have been
in good request at rather better prices.
There is no change to report in values
for the very common grades of dingy
color. Sales of good to fine leaf were
made during the week at prices lroin
$10.00 to $17.75.
Trash (dark or damaged)? 1 50 to 2 00
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 9 50
Common to medium leaf 5 50 to 8 50
Medium to good leaf 9 00 to 14 00
Good tofii.a leaf 13 00 to 10 00
Select wrappery leaf 16 00 to 19 75
The above quotations are not applicable
to jjreeii and frosted- crops:
following quotations fairly
our market for Jjurley tobacco 180(1
Trash (green or mixed $ 1.00 to 1.50
Trash (sound) - 2.00 to"4 0Q
Common lugs .- 4 00 to G 00.
Medium luss .'J2.00 tc3 50
Good lugs . 5.00 to 7 Ct)
Comtnon'leaf (short) 7 00 to 9 00
Common leaf 5.00 to S.GQ
Medium leaf 8.00 to 13.00
Good leaf ' ' , . 13.00-to 16 00
Fine and seletftibns 10.00 -to 19.75
The following quotattoW fairly rep
resent our market for hurley tobacco
Trash (green or mixed) S 2 75 to 3.2,1
Trash (sound) -Common 3.00 to 4.25
lugs -4.25 to 7.45
Medium lugs 4.70 to G.OO
Good lug J "(5.00 to 7.0j)
Commou'leai (short)' 6 ini to 7.00
Common leaf 7,00 to.fl?of
Medium leaf .Qftft in. iTftl
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rTCCMiai i diuli ici a ."r1!" 'V1 r -i------- . vt bocents
The Eilecl ol Ihe Hard Tinies.
A story was recently told of how a
preacher tested the elled of the hard
times upon his congregation. At the conclusion
of one of his sermons, he said:
"Let everybody In the house who pays
his debts stand up." Instantly every
man, woman and child, with one exception,
arose to tln.ii feet. lie seated the
crowd, and then sail: ''Let even- man
who is not pving his -debts stand up."
Thnexifj 1 m noted, a hungry
indivMt a', clothed in his lasl summer
(dourly assumed a perpendicular posit'
n, and leaned upon the back of the
at in front of him. "How is it
iend," inquired the minister, "that you
are Ihe only man lu this largo congregation
w1k is unable to meet his
' I publish a newfpapc," he
meekly replied, -'and my brethren bete,
who have just stood up, are n'.I m sub
scriber8, and" "Let us pray!'
the minister, Independence Herald.
Kantccky Fair Dates.
At the annual meeting of the Kentucky
Fair Association, in the Willaid
Friday afternoon, the following were
elected otficers for the coming yean
President, W. I. Samuels, Barddtown;
Vice Presidents, J. II. Mallory, Bowling
Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond:
v'erctary andTicisurer, A. It. Carrot h
The CKinmitlce appointed to make
list of dates for this season's fairs suIh
niitted tlie was adopted
Iy the meeting:
Versailles, Tuesday, Ju'y 20.
Richmond, Tuesday, July 27.
Danville, Tuesday. August 15.
Lebaunon, Tuesday, August 10.
Bardstown, Tuesday, Augut 17.
F.lizihethtowi), Tuesday August 24.
Bowling Green, Wednesday, September-
I'adticab, Tuesday, September, 7.
July 13 will be offered to Winchester,
which was not represented at the meet
County Democratic Committee
At a meeting of the Democratic
Co'imty Committe of Madison county,
it being an adjourned meeting of
said Committee, 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', anil that Democratic
supremacy and control in
local affairs is absolutely essential to
the people's welfare, it is tho 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 be held at the various
voting precincts in Madison
county on the 29th day of May, 1897,
to select Democratic candidates for
Comity Judge, County Attorney,
County Clerk, Sheriff, Circuit Clerk,
Assessor, Superintendent of Public
Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Representative
in tho Legislature, and Coroner
respectively, and the polls shall
bo open from 7 a.m. till4 p. m. at
each voting place in Madison county
on the aforesafd day and for the purpose
3. That to defray the expenses of
conducting said primary election,
tho candidates who propose to submit
their names to bo voted for.
shall, on or before the 8th day of
May.lS97, pay to the Chairman of this
Committee the following 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 bo 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
tlie ballots and make nil arrangements
for holding said election.
G. It is ordered that all legally
qualified voters who consider themselves
Domocrats, and who will support
the nominees of this primary
election, and all young men now
under tho 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 affiliate with the Democratic
party, shall be entitled to vote in
said primary election.
7. That the Chairman of this committee
give public notice of said
election by posting a copy of this
order on the Court-house door and
at twenty other public places in the
county, and shall publish n copy of
this order in every issue of tfia
from date of adoption to time
of said primary election.
John B. CiinNAUJr, Ch'm.
WiliiIasc Jett, Scc'y.
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of Parkersburg, W. VaM
- mends Wrights Celery
PABKERSBUna, W. Va.,
January 2G, 1995.
.The WmaiiTilEn. GoT;
Gentlemen: -I have been using
Wright's Celery Capsules since November,
ISfH. and find them to be as recommended.
I first bciran taking them
whilaat Hot Springs. Aik, under treat
ment for cciatic Kheumatism. Liver and
Stomach trouble. Constipation which I
had been a long 1 fouud the
I Celery Capsules gave me great relief
Jronl UieDegtninnjranil liave used ttiern
ever biiico. AVith pleasure, and unsolicited,
I recommend them to "any and
all suffering witli or either
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Tlie Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention,
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Telephone Your "Cousin,"
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Hunley's Old Stand.
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VrltXen 2ii..raritce Cure or2cfuii'
oiijj. Paniphlettmo.SoUl br "-
pzrrr.ii jiebicjo. asm:".', eticagu, s.
SoM by Richmond Drug Co. ami W. G.
TO CURE A COLD hN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabliti. All
Dnipgists refund the money it it fails to Cure.
Z5c. For sale by VT. G. White, DrusgUt Richmond,
Sr"" SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
(IX KENTUCKY )
Schedule in effect May 2. ISO.
casidjund No. 1. ' No 8l .a a.
Lv. LouUville 7 4.20. m 7.aoprn
Ar. Shelbyvtlle 9 10am '.Mpm
Ar.LVrenceb'g 9.53am &3o)m lUOpm
Ar. Veriail ea ICUan. dSflim tl4)pm
Ar. Laiington IQSOam 7 25pm II) 10pm
) WE.mI1. Xo. tt No. 2. If'i 4.
Lv. Lexui.ioj 7.'Uam 5.1Upm r.ujjm
Ar. Vers illle aiiam 5.3f p l f..28 ,m
Ar.La'rencob'g R3Sair. GLOOpui n.4Jam
Ar. Shelbyvlllo 9."0an: '.lpm ilam
Ar. LoulsTllle aiipm UOJjm,
Trains Xos. 1,2, 5 and 8 carry Free
1 rAsinouxD. WEITDOUND
Na IL No. II. 1 8TA JONS. No ir. I'.'n. 14.
4 n.-p n 7 4 mm LuLoaisTilAr 8. lapm 1 .Mam
&3opin ArLarncbrit Ar 13pm
,7.pm ia5am ArllarodabgAr 4.3 Ipa r.33am
,7 40pm ar,8 m Ar nurcin..L.v 4.i0pm T.Mim
No. Ii. t.NO 07 a tations Na
'4.2)pm 7.4oam Lr Louisvlt Ar u55amL.).iipm
5 47pm 9.1Uaml Ar Shelbvil Ar 9.0am X45pm
6Mpai 10.17am Ar Verstles Ar aOi.im 11 'pm
1 7 31pm IL0im ArMldwiy Ar 7 41am 133pm
7i0pm lilSpm ArGeorgti I.v 7 I ian 100pm
Evstbouxa WESS15013ND. j
tNo. 1 tNa S. 8TATIOSS. tNo 6 tNo 2.
7. iam 4.21pm L.V Louttvil Ar K5o 111 1 ispmi
10204m (V.S7pm Lt Verslles Ar 7.5Jami V30pm'
11.00am 7 3pm ArNIchlrillAr i4npm
ll..Bpm aSJpm' ArRicnmo'dLv aOjjiii 1 15pm
1.05pm lAr IrTlno Lt 130pm
, STATIONS. Nal No. a
L.V. LoutaTtile... 7 45a hi ;.3jnin
Ar- Loilaztoa.. 10 SOarn II 10pm
Ar. KnoiriUe... tLUUpm; fSOom
Ar Asaevllte i.raam I. Upm
Ar bavannah , 5 00am
Ar. ) 10am
Ar. Caattiuuugu.. 7 40pm 5.W m
Ar. Atlanta....... auuam
Ar. Maron &toam It 10pm
Ar Jacksonville.. 9 10pm llfrim
Lr Ch;tt.iuoo:a SOipm litt.im
Ar. Illrmlnham ll.i'Jpin IJ.TiUm
Ar. Mcr.dlan 4.45am Spm,
Ar. Now Orleans 1121am )5Jpm
. Na 1 carries Frss Cailr car Louis l llle to
Lexington there connecting with Solid
bu'.O Train carrying Pullman Sleeping Q.rs via
Chattanooga to JJlrmlngham and New Oi leans.
No, S oarrtoi P.illman Sleepir LiaHvlIto to
Chattanooga, and Atlanta, alio Lazing ton to'
Jacksonville via Hot Springs. Asaevlll). and!
pompartment Sleeper Lexington to Now Or-'
tDally Except Sunday. '
A. Whedow.P. &T. A. S. T. Swirr, P. aT.A.. I
Louisville. Ky Lexington. Ky.
TT. n GURKN. Gen. Supt, J. M. CULP.T. M. j
, wasnin?toa, u. u. iymhiujiuh u. v..
"W.A.TURK.G I A.. WiL IX TAYUJE.A 1 P A.
Washington, H C Louisville. Ky.
.that lie-fits the wav to
Thb great blood pnrw
fipr nnrl nerve tonic, cures!
diseases by removing from' .the
1 T 1 ft-
Good Health t
bottle of the greatest ol all blood fl
system, the conditions which produce
impnnty iromixie piooq. n acts upon
upon those nerves belonging to the
in more oxygen and to expel mors car- tP
to send off more of the noisonous ex- I
to' have more regularity and
glands to throw out more- impdrities.
trill tellycuwhatls theraatttracd whottodo. IU
BROOKS & CO., Detroit, Midi.
HrWirtiw and BWousBtcs. age if "
mem. u cxpeis ait poison jiaa
the nerves as a stimulant, particularly
greaterforce, the lungs to take
home acidr it ihdrjces the klilnevs
cietions front the blood; the! bowels healthfulness
in tfieir action;4he seat
OarJllnstralcd bonis oi i1 paats
free lor the asking. Quart bottle, tti.ocu
- " WH.UAMS, DAVIS.
Take Uyvrttttsicr Jltck
r fl" 4 1 .. J - --
ij., iMr(t, jiiunireai un., oririr 1 or&
rf & SOLO IN
1 I A ' RSCHiWIOND.
At V.i.teb Azbbu.s Livery Staelh.
All kinds of hand-made harness, cheaper
than can be bought any wjiero iu Iliclinion 1.
Give us a trial an.l be convinced, batisfjcticn
BED WETTING CURED
OQXO PAY. Mrs. B. IT. ROWAN, Milwaukee,
(iKO. W. Itll.KY
Of Shelhyvi'.If, Ky., Kecoinnienils
WnjjhlV Celerv Capsules.
ShcHivville, K-, May 20, '90. To
Wnht .Mcilinil Co., Col., 0 :
Gi'iits I have imrolriseil a Imix of
Wriuht's Celery Capsules from G. 2.
.Midilelton, diuist, iind iibtni them fir
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver anil Constipation
ami fouml tlidt they save me immediate
relief every time, i think it an
Yours very truly,
9 Geo. V. Kilev.
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a hottleor common water glns
with urine and let stand
hourp; a bediment or settling indicates a
diseased, condition of the kidneys'.
When mine stains linen it is positive
evidence of kidney trouhle. Too fro
quent desire to urinate or pain 111 the
back, is also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder are out of order.
T73AS TO 30-
There 13 comfort in the knowledge
so often that Dr. Kilmer'ti
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every part of the nriuary passaces. It
corrects inability to hold nriae and
scaldingfpain in pacing it, or bad effects
following use of liquor, wine or beer,
and overcomes that.unpleasant necessity
of being compelled to get up many timo
dur'nz the night to urinate. The mild
and the extraordinary cdect of Sv amp-Root
issoon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the mont
distressing case?. If you need a medicine
should have the best. Sold by
fgits, price fifty (cuts and one dollar.
For a sample bottle and both
sent free by mail, mention the Cuma:c,
ind send ynui full address to
Dr. KimerA Co., Dinghanipton, N. Y.
The propretor of this jmper guarantee
the -genuineness of this offer.
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Nothing else like it:"
The most and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
W s xm
C ASS .
gff, r2& 3
Tciixt KursovyABath?! 5
n!3irr onrrr $?
riiti.n tiiv v.-
It lasts twice as long ss otters.
Atrial wiil convince yea of Its creai
merit. vvi:i picas: ta3 n.oc; jjstiCiOC3.
Mfr.o! TOENCH W5U.ED TOILET
yyi v m v m
F H Hfi h I bO$Btil39
NPWP5T UM ffl k
FEATHER80NE CORSET C6.
W. D, OLDHAM & COMPANY.
G3 y$gg3ty J
Second Street, between Main am
Water, rear of Dillingham building
itichiuoiiil Ky. Itcady to do all kinih
of hlackMnithing prom'ptly in the hesi
workmanlike manner." S-7
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen by buying direct
from tha manufacturer.
No better wheel madi than the
Duilt in our cvn factory by
skilled workmen, using the best
material and the most improved
machinery. Wo hava no agents
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
anywhere for examination.
Gar Interesting Offer
Acms Gyclo Co., Elkhart, tad.
An education at Harvard, Yale,
or any other college or institution
of learning iu the United States,
or in tlie New-England Conservatory
of Music, can lie sccureil by
f any young man or woman who is
a in curliest. Write for particulars ,
7 quicklv. JAMES D. BALL, V
fV 36 JBromfield St., Boston, Mass. 4
We Send it FREE!
Yonng and Old.
Rejoice with us
When a man has suffered for years
with a weakness that blight his Hfe and
robi him of all that really make life
worth living, if he avail himself of a
complete cure, why not posset the moral
courage to stop his downward conrse.
We will send vou by mail,
PRKK, in plain itkaie, the
DR. llliKrMAN'S VITAL
with a legal guar
antceto permaniMitlv cure LiisT
VAUII'iirEhE, SHU'S foreer
XltJiir EMISSIONS and all nimatuml
drains. Returns to former appearances
emaciated orj ins.
No C. 0 D. fraud nor recipe deception.
If we could not cure, we would not sowl
our medicine FREE to try, ami rwv w hch
satisfied. Write to-day, as this liiav not
appear again. Address
! Western Medicine Company,
WORPOBllED. Kalamszeo, 3Itrb.
SOLD OX -O
In EKm I
3VIc DONALD s U'tot l
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS mEK 1
THE GREATEST WC3M DESTROYER
3 . int A&t
Ij ASr ANO PLEASANT TO TAK. JIlBP'
Easiest to take.
Entirely Tcirerablf. . . I
Most certain anl nr
failing- Worm Destrover
Sold for a quarter of a century
with continually increas
ing demand. Think a moment.
Does this not mean merit ?
125,000 Children yearly Sent to
their Graves by Worms.
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS
would have saved them all.
pkice, -Jo. iEit nox.:
Forsalebjall JraiBLiU and dealers In J
Manufactured only by the proprietor,
j. y. :roDo:x.AJLiD,
L. & M. R. ft.
I.v Effect 31akch 1, 1SC0.
Express for Cinciiifwti,
A. M. ians, .Maysviiie, I. X.
6.2o mail. 7S
Cincinnati. Paris, Mavs-I
r. m. ville, inch ester and
2.03 Lexington mail. 1.95
1.10 Pineville. 12 So
Fust line for X. K.
11.43 Ij)iidou,Jellko Knoxvilrc S10
A. M. Fat line for CinciniratL p. yt.
:; iu Paris. WinrhcMvr. llAf,
r m Kouland Lancaster and A. X
!.2" tanfonl. 10:10
Mori & Ciieikli Eiltaaj.
Ia Effect March 1, ISf7.)
DAILY EXCBIT SUNDAY-
Lve Frankfort . 6 39 xn
Arr ElLhorn .64o
Switzer. -6 51 33S
Stamping Ground .:k 3 48
Duvalls - 7S 3 M
Georgetown- Tie 4 K
Lve HM 4 30
Arr Newtown. 8 K -I 12
Centrevillc 4 se
Elizabeth 8S3 4 53
Paris S 5 M
Lve Paris 911
ir Elizabeth 9 S4
Centreville 93S s
Newtown. 9 am
Georgetown Ml s w
Lve GeorRetown MM
Arr DuTalla. H3 6 U
Stamping Orocnil It M e h
Switzer II & e.v9
Elthorn 11 38 r
Frankfort. II SS Tae
C. D. BEKCAW, Gcn'l Pass. Agent.
GEO. B. IIARPEC GenM Supt.
Ghes&peftke and Ohio Siilwy.
Time of Trains at Winekester. Ejr.
Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 55 am
Eastern Express for Louisville 7 33 am
Morehead and Lexington Accom. . 3 00 pm
New York I.imiteil F. F. V 5 45 pm
Lexington and Morehead Accom.. 9 15 am
New York Limited F. F. V. . Jl 5S am
Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 7 00 pm
Washington Express 9 68 pm
Accommodation trains ran daily except Sunday.
Other trains run daily.
Through sleeping ind dining car service to
, For information, rates or sleeper reservations
call on or wntc K. HOOD, Agent L.&N.By.,
pr GEORGE W. BARNEY,
D. P. A. C. & O. By., Lexington. Ky.
Who can thln2c
Wanted-Jn Idea of some slxnpi
thins to CAtent ?
Pret-ct yoor lda: they may brto you wealth.
Write-JOHN CO, Patent AUor
Bay. Washuctrin. D. (X. for thlr 8USUJ prtso orler
ana list ot two hundred InveaUoss wasted.
14 - -I
.... .'. MANTJFACTURER AND DEALER IN"
GRKNITE (&G) MONUMSNTS,
AND ALE EINIS OF CEMETERY WORE:
For further-particulars, jprfces, &?., addrees, . -.'
'Madijop MopUiueotal Wo.
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