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THE RICHMOND wLliWAyV.
VOLUME X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, L897. NTJMBEK 51V
f wish to caution all users of Simmons
I v r Rul.itor on a subject of the deepest
i rt an! importance to their health
irhin their Iivfs. The sole proprietors
i m ikM of Simmons Liver Eegulator
rn thtt ciHtomere are often deceived by
iin; a ul taking some medicine of a
v hi a' Mtipearance or taste, believing it to
-. .-,aim in Liver Regulator. We warn
.a 'hat un!es3 the word Regulator is on
!. or bottle, that it is not Simmons
1 1 . er KMnlatr. No one else males, or
.nrh .smide Simmons Liver Regulator, or
nvth'n;: cilled Simmons Liver Regulator,
l!it J H Zilin & Co., and no medicine made
4 anvone c se is the same. , We alone can
ji it it np and we cannot be responsible, it
.Jir nedicines represented as the same do
nii neh vou as you are led to expect they
will Bear this fact well in mind, llyou have
tKen n tbc habit of using a medicine which
y usunposedto be Simmons Liver
ir because the name was somewhat like
ii and the pickage did not have the word
Hi mutator on it, you have been imposed
upon and have not been taking Simmons
Li ver Regulator at alL The Regulator has
r favorably known for many years, and
a' who ue it knoxv how necessary it is for
Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation
Headache and all disorders
anins irora a jJiseaseu .Liver.
We ak vou to look for yourselves, and !
tnat Simmons Liver Regulator, which !
yea can readily distinguish by the Red Z
m wrapper, and by our name, is the only
mdicine called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. II. ZKIX.IN & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator,
U-s MIL Uhll (iULDEN.
Km mmomi, Kentucky.
E"jhr4 adjoining A .11 liurnawi1.
I) IV. MILLER.
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
'ITi. in the Bnrnam Building, next door to
p jrmer's National Bank.. I
C. P. BUtiXAM.
V. 8. MOBEULEY.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
OFFirKin Bnrnira Building, recently occupied
b A. H. Burnam. 31-30
A TTOKJ. W,
IMCIIMOXD, - KENTUCKY.
d'li -e over Taylor's Hardware store, op-l
ite Court Hoiie, on Main Street.
II. B HO(i;.
A LA HI
Iti iimovi), - - Kentucky.
No. is First St.. up stairs.
til; ANTE. LILLY,
A T LA II',
Kkiimom), - - Kentucky.
(Mice P. W. corner Main and Second
sretri up stairs. Will practice in dl
the of Madison and adjoining
and Court of Appeals
J C. D M CHENAULT,
A TTORXEYS A T LA IJr,
RiniMOMP, - - Ken-tuck v.
O'tiec on Second street, over
A T-LA Y.
Ruliinoml, ------ Kentucky.
Collections solicited. IS
DR. II. R. GTBSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
KiniMONii. ... Kentucky.
Office in the Joe tc.lint building, 18 and o See-on
1 Street, oirer Wnue ..eld druc&tere. 7-
I ETERTNARY SURGEON,
Grtuhmte Ontario Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office ap stairs over hevr YorV Store, corner
M no and First streets. Richmond 46-
. C. JASPJ2R, M. D
Medicine and Surgery.
Oflice Collins Building, MainSlreet.
Telephone nt residence (the Carr IiUce) on
IslCIIMOND, - - - - - Kentucky-
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PITYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond, ... Kentucky.
Office in Smith Ituilding, No. Main Street, np
stairs Office hours n to i anl 4 to 5 o'clock.
DR. JOIIXM. FOSTER,
Richmond. - Kenitck
I elephone at office and resi Jeoce. V
G. W. EVANS M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SunOEON,
Richmond. - - - - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in 2Micine and Surgery,
Richmond ... Kentucky
XT.ce.tnit rcttenreou Tlitnl SlreM.
DR. A. WILKES SMITfl,
0. DENTAL SURGEON,
Ri'jhmond. - Kentucky
Opfick Smith buiMinJ. Main Street. OiEce
ioun, 0:00 to i M. ; iSti4 ' M.
PC-Practice limited to deuttitrr.
J. C MgcoAS. 3. A. Yates.
ORGAN & YATES,
Opfe Main Street, over Madison National
For the Climax.
THE VALUE OF OPPOSITION.
Elizabeth Bnrrill Curtis, West New Brighton,
.At the liciriutr on the woman Miflrajze
question hefoic the New York Legislature
hibt Mai cm, a cry able paper, from
her ioiiit of view, was read by a lady
who represented the Society Opposed to
the Extension of Suffrage. Her main argument
was that as woman cannot fudit,
lliey should not ote. To those of us w ho
believe that intelligence rather than force
should rule, her logic lacked weight, tut
w hile listening one could not hut observe
the uood which the woman suffrage movement
has done to the woman whoojiposc
it and thegood which it receh esfr.m their
It is true that the objections of women
to their own seem to retard
the final day of triumph more than
perhaps pmtbinj: else, but this is more
than offset by the fact that they have
b en logically beaten and conle.ss it by
their presence before n Commiitee of the
Iruislatutc to plead against any public
measure w hatevcr. For the 6trongebt ar
minieut with which the advocates of
man f.uflra.e have been met has alwnv.s
been the indilh rencc cf women
to public matters and their
concerning them. As tongas a man
could assert with titith that the
of women would simply be
adding to the body politic a mass of
and votcro who knew
nothing and cared nothing for the
of the day to long as he
a tremendous. vnp'n which nothing 'tut
an overpowiringjfailh in principle, rather
than expediency, would enable tluw
who dillerid fiom him to
When, therefore, women are compelled
to tliii.k for theuisehcs on r.uy public
qiustion, a long step is gained and one
that can never be retraced. The very
fact that a woman cau make a lucid and
intelligent argument before a legislat ie
body without losing a trace of her feminine
quality, yet without showing any undue
timidity or unseemly tends
to proc one of the points which the
woman sufT.iagifls have tenaciously
maintained from the first.
Further, the ery fact that the force
argument is tl e cttiff one adanced b
the opposition shows also that they are
b ginning to realize their oiwi capacity
and are unwilling nn Ringer to rest lhrir
objections to voting on tiieir own mental
inferiority. Their arguments arc now-founded
oh purely physical grounds, and.
at the present stage of the world's development,
arguments will not long continue
to maintain an existence.
"We welcome the organized opposition,
theiefore. for the j'ssistame which it gives
ns in doi.'g its part to emancipate the
minds of women from the thraldom in
which they have so long been held, and
we look for the hour when the fullei,
light will stream into the eves of our adversaries
and show them that they hae
really been woiking for the same thing
for which we labor the advancement of
woman though in disguise ami under a
WOKDS THAT BURN.
Mr. Morton Frew en, one of the ablest
of British bimetallists, writing to the
Washington Post, says: "The currency
question is in fact moke ok a tkaders
tiivn a bankkk's qrusnoN." This is
precisely what we have b?en recently
endeayorinc to impress upon the
men who read The Enquiier. The
banker is delighted with whatever will
make money dear. '1 raders have the
same reason for being delighted when
commodities lieeouie dear. When money
in dear, everything else is cheap and becoming
cheaper. Can this be beneficial
to the merchants whose warehouse's are
tilled with goods, or to the small trader
whose shelves are filled with goods? The
mail who has uoods to sell is interested
in seeing the people at work earning
money, became this enables them to
their purchase of the necessaries
of Jifc. But how can the people have
vvoik imlcfs the manufacturers are thriving,
and the companies
me handling the productsof the nii'l and
farm'.' While pi ices aic constantly declining
enterprises are at a standstill.
The whole country is living from hand to
mouth. Enforced idleness diminishes
thu maiket for ciclhing and food. Impoverished
idleness goes hungry and
wears rags. The owners of homesteads
are brooling over the inortgigLS, the
foreclose of which will sweep their bonus
from them and still leave them in debt to
the mortgage creditor, 'litis is
the prices of real estate have gone down
as a iejult of our vicious .money svsteni
of tonstif every kind of commodities
are tumbled upon the market
and sold at auction, often for a quarter
of their value, because money must be
had at whatever sacrifice.
Bankers who deal in money in the leg
itimate way, of receiving deposits and
making loans on good collateral, thrive; mediately interested and voluuteered his
best in prosperous times. They are a 'services without charge, agreeing to ccme
"worthy class of business men, and they np Thursday morning,
are interested in romoting the vvelfaiej This he did, the local physicians having
and maintaining the ciodit of deserting been notified in the meantime, and to-
inerchanUandm.iuuf.ietiirenbiitlheban gether they proceeded to the
kens to whom Mr. Krevveii refers in the On theirariiv.il they were thunderstruck
quotation we have above given -are those at the appearance of the woman. She
irtvat ones who look deeper into the pos- looked as unlike a hum-in being as a
ot things, anl vvhoeng'neer the win possibly could Originally she had
y?L WW 1 fe i
V. L. DoueUs
Shoes because they
are the best.
For sale by
hgislatioii wiiicli emiehes themselves
ami impoverishes the merchant. This
class of bankers arc the gamesters of the
business world. The game they play,
like all other gambling games is designed
to fleece those who play against it.
Every authority on politicial economy
lajs it down as a fundamental iirnposilion
that the prices of commodities are governed
by the volume of money in circulation.
The' more money the higher
the prices. The less the volume of
money, the lower the prices. All the
money in the woild is the measureof the
world's property and business. The supply
of money is not iuci easing. The demands
forits uses are constantly ineieas
ing. An increasing demand and a stationary
supply contract the volume of
money as certainly as would a stationary
demand and a diminishing supply. Sas
JoMi Stuait Mill:
The value of money, other things being
the same, aries inversely as its quantity;
every increase of quantity lowering
the value, and every diminution raising
it in a ratio exactly equivalent "
The value of money in this country
has been increased by legislation.
ie, the pi ices of all commodities except
gol I have been i educed by legislation.
Iirts which reduce the value of property
ihcreby reduce thedebtor'sabihty to pay
his debts by thes de of his property. Legislation
which increases the value ofa dollar,
and thereoy cuts down the value ot
even utauV property, is dishonest legislation.
A dollar which is constantly in
creating in purchasing power, by thealti
of legislation, in called 'ouud money"
by those who proem ed the legislation,
ami are opposed to ils repeal, tiut it is
no more 'sound inonSy" than a raised
check is a sound check. It is no more
honibt money than false scales, used by a
bujer to swindle a seller, are" honeet
Merchauts and manufacturers would
do well to look to other sources for advice
on the money qutslion than to the
newspaper organs of the money power,
or to the utteiances of men who have
been elevated to politicial power as
of the gold standard
The remedy offered by the
coutractionists for the present depressed
condition of business is like a direction
given for a consumptive to be liberally
blel tvery dav ,
Every man who owns property of any
kind, except gold, every man who is in
debt, and eveiy man w ho seeks ciedil to
suppiimeut his capital for business
is deeply interested in removing
the financial cords which arc strangling
the notion's business. We want no
ion. We simply want to undo the
woi k of contraction. Wo want to restore
the coinage act of 18r7, linking gold and
silver money metals with equal pnvileges
of coinage at the mints. Until this is
lone there will be no relief trom the existing
A 245 Pound Tumor Removed
From a 130 Pound Woman.
The Operation SucccssIul.Bul Death Resulted
ISntlby Sentinel. May 20.J
A remarkable surgical operation, which
breaks all previous records in ovaiiotomy,
nnd which almost surpasses beliej, was
pei formed in bhelby county last Thursday
by Dr. A. M. Carllege, of Louisville,
agisted by Dr. Bullitt, of the same city
and the following local physicians: Drs.
Jas. A. and W. T.
T. N. Willis. W.F. and Frank Beard,
It. D. Pratt, T. E. Bland, C. P. Harwood,
Graham Lawience and Dr. Morris. The
patient was Mrs. Lula Meeks, a woman
thirty-seven years of age, who came here
from Henry county two years ago and
lived with her father, who is a tenant on
the Greenbury Davis place on the Ml,
Eden'pike. Thirteen years ago, directly
after the biith of her only child, a tumor
began to develop. The progress of the
disease was gradual until four years ago,
when the tumor began to assume enor
mous proportions and increased in size
with alarming rapidity, until it interfered
with her respiration and kept her constantly
confined to her bed for the past 18
niouthf, but Mrs. Meeks could not be
induced to submit to an operation until
last Tuesday. Ou the afternoon of that
day, 'y invitation of Dr. Crosby, who
hid been treating her, Drs. Willis and
Frank Beard visited the woman with
him. Their joint decision was that she
would surel die within a short time
unless an operation was performed, and
upon thisrepiesentation and the further
assiirauce that they would provide a
skilful operator without charge of any
kind to her she consented to the plan
Accordingly, on their return to town,
Dry. Willis and Beard, who are personal
lriends of Dt. Cartlege, telephoned him
full particulars of the case. He was im-
The Style, nt anl Weer
could not be Improved fur
Double the Price.
W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the
productions cf skilled workmen, from the best ma
terial pCSSIDie to put into siioej a.i uusc ymn.
Wc makf also $20 and $235 shoes for njea, and
$250, 52.00 and 5 J. 75 for boys, and the w. L
TOouglas $30 Police shoe, very suitable for
letter-carriers, policemen and others having
much walking to co.
TTe are constantly adding new fttyles to our
alrcadv larjre variety, and there is no reason
why von cannot Iks suited, so insist on
having V. L. Oouclas ihoea from your
7e nse only tlio best Calf, Itussia Calf
(all colors), Trench Tatent Cair,
French Enamel, Vic! Kid, etc..
graded to corresnoufwitn prices
of the shoes.
Tf dealer cannot supply you,
W.L DOUGLAS, Erocilcti, Kass.
Celebrated for its great leavening
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
brands, boyal baking powder co.,
been a small woman, but her weight had
increased to 375 pounds and her waist
measurement was exactly six feet seven
inches, the abdorminal protuberace extending
from just below the chin almost
to the knees. This measurement is thirteen
inches greater than any other on
record. She was suffering tortures and
was respiring with the greatest difficulty
As her weight was so enormous it was
found necessary to improvise an operating
table that would stand the stiaiu.
This was done and the table well braced,
so as to guard against any possible slip
or break. It required six men to lift
Mrs. Meeks upon it. She was unable to
lie on her back, owing to her difficulty
in breathing, and so, while in a sitting
posture, about fifteen gallons of fluid
were removed from the tumor before an
Thirty ga'Ious in all were taken from the
sac of the tumor, which gives some idea
of the size of the growth. Such was the
pressure exerted during its formation
that after its removal the rihs of the woman
were found to have been forced outward
to a considerable distance beyond
the normal position.
When relieved of the. sac her weight
was a little less than 130 pounds. On recovering
couscioiibnessafter the operation
she declared that her pain had been greatly
alleviated, especially since she breathed
with much greater eise. The sac was
adherent to almost every tissue in the
abdominal caviiy, which prolonged the
opeiation to nearly three hoiirsand made
large raw surfaces, lint for this adherence
there would handy have been a
doubt of the patient surviving the opera
All of the physicians were deepl.. inter
ested, and Dr. Cartlege especially so so
much, in fact, that he provided a trained
nurse from Louisville at Ins own expense
and Dis. "Willis, Frank Bear.! and Crosby
alternated in constant 'attendance on
her. Until Monday there was great hope
that she would recover, as the,wonnd was
entirely healthy and all of the symptoms
favorable. Paralyses of the bowels, however,
developed and she died about one
o'clock Tuesday morning from this cause,
despite the utmost efforts of the physicians.
The technical name for the tumor
removed from Mrs. ajeekswasan
ovarian cist tumor.
Up to the perform nice of this operation
the record for the removal of an ovarian
tumor was held in Japan, one weighed
182 pounds having been removed from a
Chinese woman in that country last year
by a Japanese Inasmuch as
the record for such an operation was broken
that the first successful operation in
was performed in Danville, Ky..
in 1809 By Dr. McDowell, and revolution
ized this branch of surgery. Another
singular coincidence is that the operation
on Mrs. Meeks was performed on the
thirteenth day of the month, in the thir
since its development, with
thirteenth physicians in attendance.
The rem tins were taken Tuesday to
Drennou Springs, Henry couety, and interred
LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET.
FUKNISnED BY GLOVER A DUritETT, LOUISVILLE
Sales on our market for the week just
closed amount to 2G15 hhds. with receipts
for the same period 215:1 hhds.
Sales on our market since January 1st,
amount to 77,017 hhds Sales of the crop
of 189G on our market to this date
amount to 07,072 hhds.
We have had a firm and active mar-
kot this week for all grades of burley tobacco,
but are not able to report any
advance in prices over those of last week,
except for colory grades of trash and
lugs, such as have been selling from So
to $7; these grades have been something
like a dollar per hundred higher this
week. We have also had a somewhat
higher market for the good grades of
leaf, both red and colory. The best
grades of leaf ou sale this week commanded
prices ranging from $11 to $14 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 6 50
Common lus not colory 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 0 00 to 14 00
Good to fine leaf ia 00 to 1G 00
Select vvrappeiy leaf 10 00 to 19 75
The above quotations are not applicable
to green and frojtid crops:
The following quotatious fairly
our market for hurley tobacco 1S1KJ
Trash (green or mixed $ 1.00 to 1.50
Trash (sound) 2.00 to 4.00
Common Iujm 400 to 000
Medium luss 2.00 to 3 50
Good ltijs 5.00 to 7.00
Common teal (short) 7.00 to 0 00
Common lent 5.00 to S 00
Medium leaf 8.00 to 13.00
Good leaf . 13.00 to 1000
Pine and selections 10.00 to 19.75
Tho follovviu'; quotatious fairly represent
our market for hurley tobacco
Trash (green or mixed) 5 275 to 3.25
Trash (eouad) 3.00 to 4 25
Common lugs 4.25 to 7.45
Medium lugs 4.75 to 6.00
Good Iurs 0.00 to 7,00
Cominou leaf (short) t 00 to 7.00
Common leaf 7.0 ) .to 9.00
Medium leaf 9.00 to 11.00
Good leaf 11.00 to 13.00
Fine .and selections . 15,50 to J9.70
The Qneen and Crescent trains are the
finest trains run in the State of Kentucky.
Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect
with the main highways of the Great
Trunk Lines of the Korth, West and
This is the line Washington,
Now Y rk Boston and the East.
The Qu en ami Crescent connects with
every li t it of Cincinnati.
S T.Swirr, p. & T. A., Lexington. Ky.
W G Moi:an. D. 1. A., Lexington, Ky.
Kantucky Fair Dates.
At the annual meeting ot the Ken
tncky Fair Association, in the Wilhud
Fiiday afternoon, the following were
elected officers for the coming jean
Pieb'dent, W. I. Samuels
Vice President", J. II. Mallory, Bowling
Green, and S. A. Deatherage. Richmond:
Secretary and Treasurer, A. It. Carroth
The committee appointed to make
list of dates for this season's fairs submitted
the following, which was adopted
by the meeting:
Versailles, Tuesday, Ju'ySO.
.Richmond, Tuesday, July 27.
Danville, Tuesday, August 3.
Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10.
Tuesilny, August 17.
Elizibeihtown, Tuesday August 21.
Bowling Green, Wednesday, September
Paducah, Tuesday, September, 7.
July IS will be offered to Winchester,
which was not represented at the meet
PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEM3LY WI-
0NA ASSEMBLY GROUNDS WARSrIV.V,
This meeting is May 20, to June 2nd.
Round trip tickets are on sale vir the
Queen & Crescent Route and Cincinnati
at half rates. Ask agents for particulars.
W. C- Rineakson.
Gen'I Pass's Agt . Cincinnati, 0.
County Democratic Committee
At it meeting of the Democratic
County Coininitte of Madison county,
it being an adjourned meeting of
said Committee, held on the 5th day
of April, 1S97, and a quorum of said
Committee being present, upon motion
the following resolutions were
1. Realizing that the Democratic
party will mo'st faithfully promote
and protect the interests of the people
of Kentucky, and that Democratic
supremacy and control in
local alfairs is absolutely essential to
the people's welfare, it is the duty of
all Democrats, in the interest of good
government, regardless of differences
of opinion upon questions of National
policy, to unite in the selection of
good men for county officers, thereby
insuring to Madison county an
an economical administration
in local affairs.
2. It is ordered that a Democratic
primary election be lielil at the various
voting precincts in Madison
county on the 29th clay of May, 1897,
to select Democratic candidates for
County Judge, County Attorney,
County Clerk, Sheriff, Circuit Clerk,
Assessor, Superintendent of Public
Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Representative
in the Legislature, and Coroner
respectively, and the polls shall
be open from 7 a. m. til!4 p. in. at
each voting place in iladison 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 he voted for,
shall, on or before the 8th day of
May, 1897, pay to the Chairman of this
Committee the following sums: Each
candidate for every county oflice
except that of Coroner the sum of
$50, and each candidate for the oflice
of Coroner the sum of $10.
4. That haid primary election
shall be conducted by officers to bo
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 said election.
G. It is ordered that all legally
qualified voters who consider themselves
Democrats, and who will support
the nominees of this primary
election, and all young men now
under the aje of years,
but who will attain their majority on
or before tho day of the next general
election in November, 1897, and who
declare their purpose and intention
to afliliato with the Democratic,
party, shall.be entitled to vote in
said primary election.
7. That the Chairman of this committee
givo public notice of said
electron by posting a copy- of this
order on the Court-house door and
at twenty other "public places in the
county, andshall publish a copy of
this order in every issue of tho
Register and Richmond Climax
from date of adoption to tijno
of said primary election.
John B. Ciiunault, Ch'm.
"WilijIam Jett, Sec'y.
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of P.irkersburg, V. Va., Recommends
PAr.KEnsBuaa, W. Va.,
January 20, 1995.
The AVmoiiT Med. Co., ,
Gentlemen: I have been using
Wright's Celery Capsules siuce November,
JS91, and J5nd them to be as recommended.
I first beuari taking them
while nt Hot Springs, Atk , under treatment
for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and
Stomach trouble Constipation which I
had been a long sufferer. 1 fouud the
Celery Capsules pave me great relief
from the beginning and have used them
ever since. "With pleasure, and unsolicited,
I recommend them to any and
all suffering with Jike afflictions or either
of. them. Very truly yours.
I Chablbs T, GaldweuL
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oOeents and $1,00 per box. Call at drugstore
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Dr. S. Weir Mitchelx. is authority
for the statement that nervousness
is the characteristic mal-
M ady of the American nation, and
statistics show tnat nerve deaths
number one-fourth of all deaths
recorded, the mortality
among young people.
is.thc grand specific for this great
American disease, because it goes
straight to the source of the weak-ness,
building up health and
strength by supplying
:! ant food and pure blood to the &'
fc, tissues, rousing the liver
to activity ana rcguiatmg ail me
organs of the body.
hi Williams, Davis, Brooks & Co., Detroit.
Iral Llrerettes the famous little II vcrpilli. 35c.
21SU sn mLi
Sold by D Z. & T. B. Taylor,
At Waltku Azheli.'s Livehv Stvble.
All kinds hand-made harness, cheaper
than can be bought any where in Richmond.
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Every Wheel Guaranteed.
5end for catalogue. 1
HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFG. CO.,
Responsible dealers invited to cor
respond wun us.
rjIFTY DOLLARS A WEEK EASILY MADE
T Agents wanted in every locality tor Hon.
".V. J. Bryan's great book, "The First Battle."
The best seller ever produced. Agents
taking as many as 200 orders per week
of fraudulent linitatiqns. Sent for o. it fit and
begin work, at once. W. B CONKET COMPANY,
Publishers, 311 Dearborn Street, 'Chicago.
BED WETTING CURED
OR NO PAY. Mrs. 3. M.ROWAN, Milwaukei,
UE0. Y. UlhKY
Of Shelbyville, Ky.,
Wrijjht'a Celery Capsules.
Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '98. To
Wripht .Medical Co., Col., 0.:
Gent I have purchabtd a box if
Wright's Celery Capsules from G. I.
Jliddelton, druirjiibt, nnd uted them f 1 r
Sour Stoyiach, Torpid Liver and Constipation
and found that they tpwe ine immediate
relief every time. 1 think it tn
Yonrs very truly,
9- Geo. W. Riley.
HOW TO Fp OUT.
Fill a bottle or common water glass
wi'li urine and let stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling indicates a
diseased condition of the kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is positive
evidenco of kidney trouble. Too fro
qnent desiro to uriiate jor paiu iu the
back, is also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder nre out of order.
W3AT TO EO.
There is comfort in the knowledge
so often exposed, that Or. Kilmei's
. ... 1
tlie great kuiney remedy
fulfills every vv Uh in relieving pain :n
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder aud
eveiypartof the urinary pasces. ft
corrects inability to hold tiriae nr,d
Rcalding'pain in passing it, or bad effects
following use of liquor, wine or Beer,
and overcomes that
of being compelled to get up many timjs
during the night to urinate. The mid
and the extraordinary effect of Swam 9-
Root is soon realized. It stands tho highest
for its wonderful cures of the most
distressing cases. If you need a medicine
you should have the bebt. fc'o!d by
price fifty cents nnd one dollajr.
Fur a samnle bottle and pamphlet, bolh
jent free by mail, mention tho Clima;,
and send,yonv full address-
Dr. Kimer"& Co., JJinghnmpton, it.
The propretqr of thia paper gtiarant
I.. .' I .! .ff.
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Oiirasn. 3ionlreal. fan.. orrtr lork. sit t
ECONOMiS 1 t.
SEE THEM 1
EXAMINE THEM !
PURCHASE THEM I
A W v.
W&a&&r3 MififSitii ft yi
The Finest Rigs,
The Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention."
The "Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Telephone Your "Ccusin,"
P. B. BRGABDUS,
Hunlcy's Old Stand.
No. 26. 3T
WEAK RSEH rADH ViQC
P B?? I Er?4
15' DAY. l'3Af.
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iici i l?i
It a ivwprfnnv z.rA nu.rklr. , ...w.. vien
"there fml. onn rscn regain r jiti.'CJ. r
recover T.ior. .ib !a'",'.'r.
intieil to Cure .Vcrvoj'Ji '!tcl.
rs'IirMjjrxTnilj loa. r o.tl c
;(, fc'nlllntf II
aU ejtctt nt ulf aVjsf or exc'jei u
rjlifrei Jt. Wonts Olf ln.ui:.y and eonf.mp"
Don't let druggist
.n a .:ii . or b hi icr
Can cirrlod la vest pocict. Prcviia p'-Jn m
toi per box. or C for S-1, Wi-U V 'r
Wrltton to Cure t
CMpy. Pamphlet free. Sold by rtrajirHts. A'li'r
IMiFriUt MJIIJ1UA.1. .VSt'X, Chicago, I
Sold by Richmond Drug Co. ond W. G.
A D 5W SOUTHERN
pmj ' ft RAILWAY.
"Schedule la effect May 3, 1897.
' EASTDOUSD Now I. No h Na
Liv. Loutaville 7 -Aam 4.20,01 7.pm
Ar. shelbyville OllUam !H7pin 8.51pm
Ar.Lv'rehceb'g 9 55am 435fm 9.10pm
Ar. Versail.es taiTam fiodpm 9.4ilpm
Ar. Lexington I a 50am 7.2jm lO 10pm
WE3iBnuD Na ft No. Na- 4.
Lv. luninoa 5.10pm 5 uiam
Ar. Versiilles aiSam p 1. S.23.m
Ar.Li'recceb'g 8.33am fi.00px 5.am
Ar. Sholbyvllle 9.:Oim '.Vipn; 6iiam
Ar. Louisville H?.53am &15pm SOOam
' Trains Nos. 1,2, 5 acd a carry Frea Observation
NO. 11 No. II sta IONS. No ii. I o. li
iapu 7 4am Lr Loulsrll Ar 8.15pm .a 55am
&3.p:n 3.55am ArLarncbrifAr a5pm 8 25am
,7.J5pm 1 a 45am ArHaroisbgAr 4.3pai 7 33am
0--8 m Ar 7.5m
EASTUODRD wicstuocjiu. ,
Na IV. t.NO 07 StATIOMS No. 16 'tNo 6A'
l)pm 7.45am Lv Loulsvtl Ar
9.10aml ArShelbvil Ar a.6amj 6.45pm
8 56pm iai7am Ar Verslles Ar aOoamj 4.1jpm
720pm 1120am Ar Midway Ar 3.33pm
7.50pm li 15pm ArOeorsta Lv 7IVaml 3.00pm
EAsmauxrX. wrstnocsn. j
tN'o. t tNo. Sl STATIOS3. No 6 ttNo.
T.4'aiii t.2lpni'.v LoulTit Ar tllopmi
IC o d.j7pj,fjT Verstlos Ar 7j3am h.30pm'
ILJOam TiSpmiAr XtehlYtU Ar U8am 4.40pm.
lL!l8Dm 8.30pm! ArKIchmo'd Lr &05am 3 43pm
1.05 pm! .'.. ...I.Vr Irvlno L.T t.3Upg
Lv. Louisville 7.45am 7.3 ipm
Ar. Lailngton. ......
Ar. Knoxvillo..., aoupm 7 3uaai
Ar. Ashevlllo I.SSaa 1.15pm
Arbavanaah , 5 00am
Ar. Unatt inoosa.. T.tupm
Ar. Macoa 8.15atn 11 10pm
Ar Jacksonville. 9 JOran &I0im
Lv Ch itianooia aOlpni 6iliain
Ar. Uirmlnham li.53pm lULAram
Ar. Mcr.dtaa.. ..... &4pm
Ac Now OrloatH UaJam! noapai
Vn 1 cirr!ii Pmi Chilr car Lonfs villa to
Lexington with Solid
bulo Train carrying Pullman Sleepin? Cars via'
Chattanooga to Birmlagaam and New Orleans r
!r No. 3 carrioJ PaHmaa Slsqpsc to
Coattaoooga, and Atlanta, also Lsxlngton to)
Jacksonville via Hot Springs. As&arllle. and;
Compartment Sleeper Lexlnsjtoa to Or
tDaily Except Suad ay.
A. Whdo,P. &T. A, S. T. Swtyr. P. &T.A..
IxulsTi:te, Kyf Lexington. Ky.
W. H Greek, Gen, Supt, J. M. Culp.T. M.
Wu.hlurtnq T IT r. f?.
RX, WJt H. TATLOB.AG.P.A.J
D- O. JVinUvLUs, Ky. 1
'-.. A 41 T 4"
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"Kotliing else like it"
The most refreshing and
pleasant' So ap lor tiie sinn.
lpp.HGub;8 jtmuniui urniPATrn m
i TreJTYA.,msi?nc ret tkt m
Toilet HurscryJJUath st.53
It lasts twice as longf zs otters.
A trial wi!l convinca yoa of ita great
merit, win picas: tee moctcudioua.
Mfr.ol FXENCil KILLED TO!LET
SOAPS A.ND rERFU.V.ERY,
F. G. Oos Corsets,
Oa hach Box.
FEATHERBOHE CORSET CO,
W. D, OLDHAra & C03PANY.
S (Ml n- Pl O 1
l1 w kiNW
Second Street, between Main am
Water, rear of Dillingham building
Richmond Ky. lieady to do all kiuth
uf blacksmithing promptly in the best
workin.mlikt mnuner. 8-7
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen by buying direct
from the manufacturer.
No better wheel mads than the
Euilt in our own factory by
skilled workmen, using the best
material and the most improved
machinery. Via havo no agenis
Sold direct from factory to the .
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
anywhere for examination. .
Our interesting Offer
Acmo Cycle Co., Elkhart, led.
V FREE EDIir.AFinN
.1 An education at Harvard, "iale,
Y or any other college or institution
f of in the United States,
i or in the New England Conserva-
i tnrv nf Miihip. Kin lift sprurml hv
i any jouii',? man or woman who is
,! in eHrnebt. Write for particulars ;,
qui.klv. JAMES D. BALL, 7
I JBromfield St,, Boston, Mass.
fflacllsoi lonumental Works.
Accommodation trains rcn daily except
Other trains run daily.
Through sleeping mil dining car scrrice to
For information, rates or sleeper rcerrations
caU on or write K. HOOD . Agent L.iNRy..
or GEORGE W. BARNEY,
D. P. A. C. & O. Ky., Lexington, Ky.
Who can think
Idea or. icune slmpia
ir.tng to poientr
Protect jour ldea: theymay bring yoa wealtli.
cer. VTMhlnjitdn. D. C. for thlr JUU) prize offer
uid llit ot two hajrea lnTeaUons wasted.
g2?sSyCJ B g
AND DEALER LN
OF CEMETERY WOlilC
AJW ALL kmDS
HFor further particulars prices,
We Send it FREE!
Yotmg and Old.
Rejoice Willi ns
iu the Discovery.
When a man has snfTered for years
with a weakness that blihM hw life and
robs him of all that really nwke life
worth Iivinz, if he avail himself of n
complete cure, why not posses the moral
courage to stop his downward course.
We will send vou by mail,
FItKK, in plain the
1)1!. tltiFKllAVS VITAL
with a leyal guarantee
to pernianpntlv cure LD.sT ma.
VAItlt:iM'KliK, Sri'l'S forever
MHiir KMISS1DNS and ail nnnatuw:
draini. Kettirns to former appearances
No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception.
If we could not cure, we would not mjhiI
our medicine FKKE to try, and pay when
satisfied. Write to-day, as thia tiiay not
appear agun. Address
Western Medicine Company,
HCOEPOEAIED. Kaiamszio, 3l:ch.
SOLD OX AX O
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS I !!j
T TMt GREATEST WQRM OESTROYCR
yf 1 n t. as t
Iji ASr ANO PLEAS AMT TO TAKE. m
cosiest to take
Most certain and
ftiltnrr ........, Un Mr.A.,.a
Villi uoiiujti -i
EVEIt DISCOVERED. k k
Sold for a quarter of a l .,
tury with continually T
1 nc demand. Thmlc a moment. V
Does this not mean merit ?
125,000 Children yearly Sent to 5
their Grarcs by Worms.
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS
would have saved them all.
PRICE, 25c. PEH BOX.
For sale by all druggists and dealers In medicines, i
Manufactured only by the proprietor, .
J. l. 3XeDO:X.AJLr,
L. & IS1. R. E.
K. U. DIVISION.
Is Effect March 1, 1S0O.
LV. Express for Cincinnati,! arv
A. M. I'jris, Mavs,ville. Win- 1. H.
chester anil LexitirtoH
r. 31. ville, inch ester and
2.05 Lexington mail. 1.03
Living-ton, Loudon, Jel-
1.10 hco, Pineville 1253
Fast line for A- M.
11.43 l.oudon,.fellico Knoxvillei
M. Fat line for Cincinnati, r. m.
;; it) Paris. Winchester. 11.43
I" M Row hind. Lancaster and A. M
1.25 ,stnufoni. 10:10
FfttHort & Gnti Eailway.
In Effect March 1, 1S97.)
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
LTe FranVfort . 6 30 S CD "
Arr ElVhorn . 6 4S 3 20
' Switier. 6 51 3 32
" Stamping Ground ... .7 92 3 48
' Duralls 7 83 3 SS
Georgetown .7 30 IK
LTe Georgetown 8 fo 4 30
Arr Newtown. 8 12 4
Centreville 8 ii 4 32
Elizabeth . 8 2S 4 58
Pans 8 4 5 M
Ltc Paris 9 20 S 30
Air Elizabeth . 9 32 4
CentreTille . 9 38 x
Newtown 9 43 5 58
" Georgetown . 160 i .
LTe Georgetown ... Ml 40 6 30
Arr Duvalls. . M 56 6 11
Stamping Ground. . 11 W t li
Switzer 11 35 6 J3
Elkhorn. 11 36 7 "5
" Frankfort 11 55 7 -O
C. D. 11EKC.VW. Gen'I Pass. Agent.
GEO. B. ILVKPER, Gcn'I Supt.
dliesapeals &&1 i'o Eiiky.
Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky.
Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accoui 6 SS am
Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am
Morehead and Lexington Acconi 3 00 pm
New York Limitetl P. F. V 4 50 pm
Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 am
New York Limited F. F. V. 11 58 am
Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. 6 30 pm
Washington Express 9 21 pm "