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DEMOCRATS, TAKE CARE OF THE LEGIS
The election of the candidates for the
Legislature in the county and senatorial
coventions this year is of most vital importance-..
elected, and that election may determine
the political complexion of the United
StatcsScnatc. That body now standa I bus:
Republicans, 43; Democrats, 31;? Independents.
12; total. 8Q.
In Oregon there is a vacancy. ' '
The body when full consists of ninety
members. The Republicans require only
forty-five to make a majority, because
that would be a tie, and the Republican
Vice President would have the casting
vote. The opposition must have
votes to make a majorty. The states from
which Senators ara to take their scale
March 4, l&W, are the following:
Rhode Island. Mississippi. Texas.
Nebraska. Maryland. Wisconsin.
Tenncssoc. Delaware. New York.
Washington. Maine. Florida.
Utah. Indiana. Vermont.
Wyoming. Michigan. Pennsylvania
Missouri Ohio. North Dakota.
Virginia. Connecticut. New Jersey.
Minnesota. Massachusetts. Nerada.
West Virginia Montana. California.
Fourteen of the Senators whose terms
expire in 1S09 aie Republicans. Fifteen
are Democrats and one is a Populist.
Maine, Rhode Isl.ind, Connecticut, Massachusetts,
New York, Vermont and
Pennsylvania may be conceded to the
Republicans. This would make but one
change in their favor, and that would be
a Republican in place of Senator
of New York.
Tennessee, Missouri, Virginia, Mississippi,
North Dakota, Delaware, Texng,
Florida, Nebraska, Utah, Montana, Wyoming,
Nevada and Washington may
with equal certainty be claimed by the
Democrats and their silver allies. This
would be a gain of two for the bilvcr forces.
They would elect Senators from
Wyoming and Washington in place of
Senators Chirk and Wilson. This would
be a net gain of one Senator from the
twenty-one states referred to.
The remaining status in which the
battle will be stubbornly fought between
the 1 eople on the one side and the gold
power on the other for the control of the
United States are West Virginia
Maryland, Wisconsin. New Jersey. Indiana
(now represented by one Democrat
and one Republic.tp),' Ohio, Michigan
and Minnesota, now represented by
Republicans, and Oregon, where there is
Outside of these nine states, if the
above estimates are correct, the Democrats
anil Independents will have forty
voles and the Republicans forty-one. To
secure a majority the Democrats
cairy six of the nine. Unless there is a
marked change for the beitei in business
conditions, the Republican can have no
reasonable hope of carrying 1 single one
of tuese Suites. Tliey have, however,
the habit of victory in Michigan, Minnesota
and Wisconsin. Should they carry
these tin ee the Senate would still stand
forty-six Democrats and free silver and
It will be seen that the contest is to be
close and must be hard fought. There
inut be no loose material among the
Democratic nominations no man who
could be led astray by persuasion or corruption.
There must be no gold bugs in
with Democratic records behind
them up to last November, and
noncommittalism then and since. This
will be a vear for party caucuses and
rigid party discipline. Our silver Irieuds
outside of the party jvill he sure to approve
this as the only protection against
the wiles of the Wall street missionaries.
It should be remarked that there are
nos' in the Senate at least five Republican
Senatois who, upon it call of the roll,
would be certain to vote for a bill for the
free coinage of Their terms do
not expire in 1899; but the friends of
must have a majority outside
of the Republican caucus iu order to
lorce the question to a vote.
a For the above reasons w e exhort every
Democrat to be vigilant in the selection
of candidates for the Legislature. The
Dght is for no man, but only for a Demo
cratic Senator. With a Democratic Legislature
a Democratic caucus cin" be
relied upon to express the will of their
constituents iu the selection of a nominee
for the United States Senate.
Kiiqnirer, "May 24th.
$ : ,
The Queen 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
of Tronic -Linus of the North, West and
for This. is Wash-iii!ton?
New York Boston and the East.
of -The Queen and Crescent connects with
every.line out of Cincinnati.
S T.S'wiFr, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky.
W G.Mobgan. D. P. A., Lexington, Ky.
'Irena," ny Chester Dare, consigned by
itp Hussell Rally to the grass sale,
was sold to T. D. Stout, of Dubuque, la.,
former owner of Nutwood, for 81,250.
;Mr. Stout w as afterward offered a good
profit on her, but refused to sell. She
was the most beautiful mare in all Kentucky-Kentucky
Tl e census shows 22C white children
in Uawesville of school 8;e.
.00 SH fibBfB il
The Style. Fit and Wear
could not be Improved for
Double tbe Price.
7. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5a00 Shoes are. the
productions oi smiled workmen, trom tbe best material
possible to cut into shoes sold at these prices.
We make also $20 and $225 shoes for men, and - "
fAU, $UW and 51.75 tor boys, and the W. J-.
Douglas $3.50 Police shoe, very suitable for
letter-earners, policemen and others caving
much walking to do.
"We aro constantly adtlinc; new styles to our
already larce variety, and there is no rea
dy yoa cannot be suited, so insist on
laving Y. U uouslas Shoes irom your
AVq use only tha best Calf. Kussla Calt
ail colors). French l'aWnt Calf,
French Enamel. VIci Kid, .etc.,
graded to correspond with prices
of, the shoes. 4
1 tlcaler cannot enpply you.
"iSH W.LMmAS,8fMUM;NMC .
i:-;&- b.Z TS?iZe!'7
S.-- if 1 "Tn6" "'IMf Vrtrri m 5
Celebrated for its great leavening
strength and healtlitulncss. Assures
the food against Ilium and all forms
of .adulteration cbmmon to the cheap
brands, eoyal baking powder co.,
A REMARKABLE FREAK.
A Jersey Cow Droppcd'Sevcnly'CaWc: Near
Shelby Sentinel, 20.
The louisville Post of May 11th published A
a miraculous story from its Waddy
correspondent of a cow in that ne'gh
borhood dropping seventy calves, which
the Sentinel at the time refused to
credit, and accordingly made no mention
of it. Since then, however, the storv
has Iwen vouched for bv a number oi
creditable men ami we therefoie give it
below, as told by the Waddy correspond"
"This is a qutet little town and the
people go in very much the same paths
evry day, with' nothing to excite 01
upset tin-in. However, an occurrence
was reported to the Evening Post correspondent
yesterday afternoon that
has caused everylody to turn out to see
the 'curosity.' Think; of a cow being
the mother of seventy calves all born on
the same day and all well formed. The
happening was so remarkable the Evening
Post correspondent could not believe
it until he had seen the drove of diminutive
"An investigation proved the truth of
the report and showed that Waddy.
though small, has a bunch of freaks that
even the Purchase part of the SUte cannot
'On the farm of J. M. Whitohoue, a
well known and prominent fanner of
this neighborhood, a cow yebterdav
dropped seventy calves. Sixty-nine of
them were about the size of rate, but
fully developed in even way. Thev
were all marked very much as theii
mother. They did not live hut a short
while, but were active while alive. 'II e
other one is a full-size calf and is living.
It seemed as much surprised at the
presence of so many brothers and
the people who were attracted to the
spot by the unusual occurrence.
"The happening was so hard to believe
the fanneis all over the country
have visited Mr. Whitehousc'a farm
since to see the litter of calves and be
convinced. A museum roan could have
made a great feature oi them if he had
been on hand to buy aud preserve their
Tammany made it plain Saturday
night that she will stick to 10 to 1 and
the Chicago platform in the Greater
New York campaign next fall. There
was a meeting of the General Committee
in the Wigwam. The big cloik had
been stopped and set at Hi minutes to .
When the crowd caughfon they cheered
the timepiece vociferously. Senator
Cantor discussed State issues, denounc
ing the Raines law and the Republican
Legislature. Senator Tom Grady made
the principal speech of the evening, in
which he said : "It is not well to be
sure in politics. I will say this though:
I have been 20 yeais in Tammany Hall
and never were bright and
so promising of victory in November as
they are to da v. A solid Democratic
phalanx is in line. We have no apologies
to make for our support of Democratic
principles in the last campaign.
But we will not close our doors to any
Democrat whose vote will go to make up
a Democratic majority next fall."
LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR-
FURNISHED BY GLOVER A DURRETT, LOUISVILLE
Sales on our market for the week just
closed amount to 1894 lihd. with receipts
for the same period 1515 hhds.
Sales on our market eince January 1st,
amount to 78,011 hhds. Sales of the crop
of 1S9G on our market to this date
amount to GS.433 hhds.
We are glad to bo able to report all
grades considered, that hurley tobacco
has been stronger this week than at any
time this year. All grades have advan
ced but the greatest improvement has
been in the red fillery sorts selling above
$0.50 and. for bright flyiugs and trachea
in good condition. The quality ot the
offerings have been a little betterand fre
quent sale. have been made at from $12
to 14 00 with occasional hhds. sellinir
still higher, one hhd. bringing S20.C0
In the btulcy section as regards the
planting of the new crop itcan only be
said that a little start has bceu made and
tint only a very stnallpart of thft intended
crop has reiched the hill. At
this date last year about 83 per
ceutof the crop bad been planted under
exceptionally good conditions and with
an unusually fine stand. The late start
that has been uiaJe in putting out the
naw crop aud the general impression
winch prevails to tlfu effect that the crop
to be planted this year will be smaller
than usual, regardless of weather conditions,
have created somewhat of a"
lalive feeling which fs manifesting heelf
OH, the market to-some, extent.
if The followjngrquotations fairly .represent
our market for hurley tobacco 189(5
Trash (dark ordainaged)S 1 50 to 2 50
Couimon colory trash 2 5tt la 4 50
Medium to good col trrtsb 4 50 to 7 50
Couimon lugs .not colory "3 OO'tti 5 00
C6uimou. colory lugs '5, 00 to. 7 00
Medium to good col lugs 7 50 tf 10 50
Common Xo iiuSlitiin leaf G
Medium U good leaf - JO 00 tq'l400
Good to flue leaf-'- Bv13. 00jV,l CO
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TOLUME EICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1897. NUMBMrjk! 1
We wish to caution all users of Simmons
Liwr Regulator on a subject of the deepest
m ist anl importance to their health
their The sole proprietors
Mid m.itprs of Simmons Liver Regulator
1 rn tJiMt customers are often deceived by
i ivm; a nl taking some medicine of a
vuiii'ar appearance or tasle, believing it to
e simraon Liver Regulator. We warn
u 'hat unless the word Regulator is on
in parkaj;e or bottle, that it is not Simmons
l.i ver Reiiulatnr. No one else makes, or
ver h is mad-Simmons Liver Regulator, or
anvihint; called Simmons Liver Regulator,
bat J H ZeilinA Co., and no medicine made
by anyone e'se is the same. , We alone can
put it up and we cannot be responsible, if
other medicines represented as the same do
nt heh you as you are led to expect they
will Bear this fact well in mind, ifyou have
been in the habit of using a medicine which
you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator,
because the name was somewhat like
it and the package did not have the word
Regulator on it, you have been imposed
upon.and have not been taking Simmons
Liver Regulator at alL The Regulator has
lieen favorably known for many years, and
all who use it know how necessary it is for
Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation,
Headache. Djpepsia, and all disorders
arising from a Diseased Liver.
We ak you to look for yourselves, and
eee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which
you can readily distinguish by the Red Z
on wrapper, and by our name, is the only
medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. II. ZEIL.IN & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
Ml.vS MIL' 1IKII lidMiEN.
,f& Ojwv adjoining A .R Itiirnam's.
R. W. MILLER. If
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office in the Dnrnam Building, next door to
I anner's National Bank.
c. T. BURNAM.
IV. S. MOBEBLEY.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Office in Burnam Building, recently occupied
by A. R. Burnam: 31-30
A TTO RX E Y-AT-L A W,
RICHMOND, - KENTUCKY.
Miirp over Taylor's Hardware op-p.
Court Ho'ip. on MainStrert.
ii. u iio;;,
A TTORNE Y A T L.i II'.
ItuiiMoxn, - - Kentucky.
Office No. ir Kirt St. up Ftairs. Sl-30
A T LA W,
ItiniMONU, - - Kentucky.
Olllce S. W. corner ami Second
htreetK up btairh. Will practice in sill
the courts o .Mami-on .inl
Hinnt i-8 and Court of Apprals
J.C. &D M CIIBXAULT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
oifipp on Pvcond street, over
A TTORXE Y-A T-LA W.
Richmond, ------ Kentucky.
olleotions polioitod. 13
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Fichmoni. ... Kentucky.
Office in the Joe Cc.Iini buildini;, 18 and o Sec
oni Street, oer Wnne .old drucitote. 7-
1 ETERINARY SURGEON,
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty,
Office ap stairs over New York Store, cornet
Minn and First streets. Richmond 46-
. C. JASPER, M. J)
Medicine and Surgery. .
Ofiiee Collins Huildine, MainStreet.
Telephone lit residence (the Carr place) on
Richmond, ----- Kentucky
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond, ... Kentucky.
OSce in Smith Ttuilding, No. 304 Main Street, np
stairs Office hours i to 1 ani 4 to 50 clock.
DR. JOITN M.JTOSTER,
Richmond. - Kentccki
Telephone at office and 1 evidence.
G. V. EVANS, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEOK,
RiciiMosn. - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond ... Kentucky
Office and retldenco oil Third SlreM.
r. . -
DR. A. WJLKES SMITH,
Richuomiv - Kentucky
Omc Srntth""bui!dinc. Main Street. Office
iourt, 0:00 to 11 M.l 1:00 " 4 1. M.
'"Practice limited t JeiiUrtrr. - -
J. C. Momjlh. J. A. Yates.
AIORGAN & YATES,
Richmond, - Kentucky,
OmE Mala Street, overJoiiIStieiHfl
D. I- - r 11. -"fit.
J-BIL - A
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WAITING FOR THE WAVE
You told us that a billow ot profcperity
A mighty vae across tile land from
Maine to Mexico;
That the mills would all be opened and
lost confidence restored,
And the banks uouid '"loosen up" their
rip upon the golden lmanl.
We are testing now the virtue of the
"golden cure" to save,
And waiting, waiting, calmly
waitiuK for tiie ae.
Y'ou raid tbc loiious fla of thrift, at
once would be unfurled.
And wave again in gladness o'er the re-
That hope's effulgent beams would shine
in flood of living Ifclit,
And rax en-winged despair would take
her cverliibting fliuht.
That these grand things would happen,
jou your eolcnm promise cave.
And now we're waiting, waiting, calmly
waiting for the wave.
Yes, all the things would happen, we
were confi lently to'd.
If we'd vote for liuckeye Bill ami the
single Maiidurd gold.
But now we're on ourupperb from tramp-
in; through the street,
In of work, to earn wherewith to
buy our bread and meat.
We voted as yon paid we Fhould, in
hopeb the way to pave
The better times, and now we're sadly
vailing for the wave.
We've been vaiting, waiting, patiently,
for lo, these many days.
And watching for the rosy dawn to
greet our anxious gaze,
'Jill our wardrobes are depleted, and our
l.irdcrs running low.
And tne interefct on the mortgage due,
and we aie out of "dough,"
But hoe deferred will drive us prematurely
to the grave.
we have to wait much longer for the
coming of the wave.
J. W. Duttox.
Oakland, Cal., May 3, 1S97.
Franklin (Ind.) Democrat.)
In our trade ami agricultural exchanges
we note some concerning the
merits of the I'ncuiiiaticor Wind stacker.
Ve believe the farmers of Johnson
County, situated as they are, in one of
the best itgricnltunil regions in the
world, are to be felicitated for their ex
cellent judgment in adopting improved
methods in farming without being governed
by prejudice or hearsay. To the
faimers of .bdiuson County, who have
been familiar with the Wind stacker
since, iis introduction iir 1SD1, discussion
this time concerning the lileiits of the
Wind stacker must be amutiug. When
they know that they have Mraw stacks
that have stood for three, four and five
ears with the sti aw bright and clean a
few inches below the surface, they certainly
cannot help wondering why the
Wind staiker could anywhere be con
deiuued because the stiaw would not
keep. The geographical position of the
County, the whole of which lies within
forty miles of the capital City of the
State, makts it readily accessible, to the
agents of all the agricultural implement
manufacturers For that reason, thii
Count is paiticularly f.ivoied in having
the fust opportunity to receive and judge
of new inventions. We suppobe the
contests by agents forsalesof machineiy
are as kien heicas they could possibly
be anywhere If, therefore, thercshould
lie any weaknesses or defects in a ma
chine, the agents of competing machin
ery would be swift to them and
point them out to buvers. The fact is
that a thresherinan in this County to-day
without a wind stacker, has very little
to do, and none of them thinks of buying
a netf machine without it. Fariuera
will no longer endure the disagreeble
and arduous labor required in stacking
straw, nor can they secure hands iu
btir season to do such' work. The man
ufacturerof a threshing machine in this
day, which is not adapted to work jn
connection with the Wind stacker, .has
no Nile for his gooils in this County, and
we are surprised that farmers or thresh-men
in any locality wonld think of using
old time methods or. machinery not
adapted for the best use of progressive improvements.
Mr. Thorne, of the Conference Com
mittee, at Frankfort, leported the aj.ree
ment leached on his bill to reduce the
SherifhY fees trom 52 to seventy-five
cents for property advertised. The Con-
terence Committee agreed ujKm a fee
$1.50 and the substitute requires that be
fore the hheiilT can tell real estate
taxes he must make an allidavit that
tJicre was no personal property out
which he could make the taxes. The
substitute wrs adopted and the bill passed
by a unanimous vote.
Our county will, if it keeps up
present reputation earn the distinction
of lending in freaks. In the present
is recorded a cow dropping sevent3'
calves; a 245 pound tumor removed from
a woman, and a. 'mare having foaled
side of a mouth a mule and horse colt.
In this connection we don't propose
mention tliecon Fusion ticket for county
ofiiew cither. Shelbv News.
BE HONEST ABOUT IT.
All those who are satisfied with the
present financial condition of the country
are logically gold 6tnndard advocates.
All those who are dissatisfied with the depressed
condition of the country are logically
opposed to the gold standaid. The
man who has a -ballot and has not the
manhood t" ti it for his own protection
is unfit tilH'. citizen of a free government.
T o who are daily struggling
toHvet ir property from the vortex of
h nk hi prey, and who for years saw the
vthleof their property wasting away
.der the operafipu of the gold stand
ard should insist, upon a change in the
financial policy ot the government. No
new policy could" be more .disastrous to
the man.who is steadily being driven in
the diiectiou of bankrruptcy than the
prtseut policy. The lowest order of animals
would be prompted by the instinct
self-preservation to flee fiom certain
and inevitable destruction; and it would
seem that man endowed with a higher
order of intelligence would be promptid
both instinct and reason to turn
away from certain and inevitab'edisastc.
policy must be judged by its eflects,
and by the test tLe gold standard stands
con leinned. All those who realize tlud
our financial system is w rong may not he
able to agiee upon the exact
remedy for i, but they should all get to
gethcr as a matter c f self-preservation
and be governed by the judgment of the
m.ijority. Iu a multitude of counsel
there is wisdom, and in united action
theie is safety . Louisville Dispatch.
One effect of Local Option in Winchester
is thus described by the Democrat:
"There is one family in Winchester
who bid fair to sit on the top rail of
the fence in a few years if the present
combination (ontinues to hold good.
Just before the Local Option law went
into effeet last week, the head of the
house who loves a good drink and has
the reputation of indulging pretty freely,
bought a five gallon keg of snake mixture
and turned it over to his wife, with
instructions hi give him a drink
when he had the dime to pay for it. The
arrangement promises to be exceeding!
profitHble for the good lady of the house.
The keg is aheady about one-third
empty, and in another week &he expects
make enough profit to buy a new
parlor carpet. It is said however, that
she is making the oM man drink about
double the ipiantity which he used lo
imbibe in the endeavor to get the house
newly furnished "this spring.
Kentucky Fair Dates.
At the annual meeting of the Kentucky
Fair Association, in the Willatd
Friday afternoon, the following were
elected officers for the coming vear:
President, W. I. Samuels, Ilardstown;
Vice President", J. II. Mallory, Bowling
Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond;
Secretary and Treasurer, A. R. 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'y 23.
Richmond, Tuesday, July 27.
Danville, Tuesday, August 3.
Lebannou, Tuesday, August 10.
BanUtown, Tuesday, August 17.
Eliz.deihtown, Tuesday August 24.
Bmvling Green, Wednesday, September
Padiicah, Tuesday, September, 7.
Ju'y IS will be offered to Winchester,
which was not represented at the meet
Commencement I'xcrciws of tlie
Public Scli'ol will be lielil on
the ni;:!it of June 17 at Union Tabernacle.
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of Parkersburg, W. ra., Recommends
Parkersburo, W. Va.,
January 2G4 1995.
The Wright Met. Co.,
Gentlemen: I have been usinj:
Wright's Celery Capsules since November,
1S94. and find them to bo as recommended.
I first be.ran taking them
while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment
for Sciatic Kheuniatisra, Liver aud
Stomach trouble. Constipation which 1
had been t long sufferer. I found the
Celery Capsules gave me great relief
from the beginuing and have used them
ever since. Witn pleasure, anu unsolicited,
I recommend them to any and
all suffering with like afflictions or either
of them. Very truly yours.
Charles T Caldwell.
Sold by T. S Hagan, Druggist. Price
50c cuts and SI .00 per box. Call at drug
Store and get free sample. 0- -
TWO - FAKMS
The undersigned has three separate small
farms which he offers at private sale separately
or together. All three are situated at
WHITE'S - STATION,
ou the waters of Silver Creek. They contain
respectively 8R and 165 acres, and are well
watered and well improved farms. There is
no better land in Madison county, most of it
-BICH BOTTOM LAND.-
It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by
turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills,
etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post
Office, ten miles from Richmond.
TKBMS Sale will be made
balance to suit, purchaser. ?or particulars,
Geo. D. White,
Strayed or Stolen!
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E pie snJ booklet free. id. STF.UI IXO EKMF.IlT (.. Chirarn. Montreal. Can., orjeir Tork. tu.i
t k J& You
jst l "r o now it is yoa
iSr2. .. icei so D.iaiy;
why you have
the heart, and
that sick feeling
Why yoa always
tired and nervous; why you have
Kidney trouble, or why your
skin breaks out ir. pimples and
sores. It's all because your
blood is poorl Tone it up, in
other words, take
the greatest of alt blood puriflen. V
will malt jou, free, our illustrated book
that trlls you vthit the matter U, and
how to cor rtct the trouble.
Williams. Davis, Crookj & Co.
PRICE, $1.00 a Quart Bottls.
Sold by D. Z. & T. . Taylor,
At Walter Azbell's Liveby Utiiile.
All kinds of hand-mad: harness, cheaper
than can be bought any where in Richmond.
Give ns a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction
p CO CO CO COCO Off
AND KATHR1NA o
HIGHEST GRADE, w
Every Wheel Guaranteed.
Send for catalogue.
HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFG. CO.,
Responsible dealers invited to (t
respond with us. m
FIFTY DOLLARS A WEEK EASILY MADE
t AirenU winted in every locality for lion
VJ. Bryan's great book, "The First Battle."
The best seUcr ever produced. Agents are
talcln; as many as 210 orders per week Beware
of fraudulent imitations. Send for outfit and
begin work at once. W. B COCKSY COMPANY,
Publishers, 311 Dearborn Street,
BED WETTING CURED
OR NO PAY. Mm. B.M.ROWAN, Milwaukee,
UKII. W. KII.KY
Of Shelbyville, Ky., Reconimenibj
"Wright's Celerv Capsules.
Shelbyville, Ky., Slav 20, '96. To
Wright .Medical Co., Col., 0.:
Cietif I have purchased a box of
Wiight's Celery Capsules from G. J7.
Middulloti. druggist, and used them for
Sur Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation
and found that they gave mo immediate
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
0 Geo-. W. Riley.
HOW TO FIND OLT.
Fill a bottle or common water glass
with urine and let stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling indicates a
diseased cunditiou of the kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is positive
evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre
quent desire to urinate or pain iu the
hack, is also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder ure out ' i order.
W3AT TO DO-
There is comfort in the knowledge
80 often exprefsed, that Dr. Kilraprs
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish 111" relieving pain iu
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every part of the urinary It
corrects inability to hold hriae and
sca'.ding'pain in passing jt, or; bad effects
following nso of liquor, vur.'e or beer,
and overcomes that necessity
of beipj: compelled to getuplnanj? times
dtirina tlie night to urinate. . The mild
4and the extraonlinary effect jp.
Rtfot is soon realized. ILstantta the high-et
for'its wonderful etirea o,' the most
distress! 3fydu neeJji niedicine
you sJiotilS'have the, best, 'o(J by
price fifty cents nndlbae dollar.
For a. satnpJe bottlejind parijjjhlpt, both
sent Treaty mail, mention leiCitMAi,
Jw.I'M' t - v
SEE THEM !
s imi Magmas A MA
The Finest Rigs,
The Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention.
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Telephone Your "Cousin,"
P. B. BROADDUS.
llunley's Old Stand.
No. 25. 3?
WEAK iBN MADE YIBCEOaS
1 LSii f LSW 1 L-3 f
hwf (7jr7?r( frr9t ti2
l"04Y. 3T" DA. lb " JnT
Wat imTAnn Di
it acts powcriuur ana quickir. n Then
thcrs fall. Yorn m .c rcsain lvt rraDhootl. c
len recover Toultiful vLior.
intccil t Cure crroarac3it Xrb VltaJl.
mnotcncyi Iffhtl3"mJ33on, Ft ioxv
Itber i:t, Faf liner SXrniory. Vait!uir j
acs, and o.I effect$ " sc'f abuse or excesses t
iUtrrtrt. Wrrds otr Intanltjr and crmiimp"
od tletdrupKl.st Imposeaworthlcsstu'tltui'
oa I ltrlcUH a grcntrr rr lit- Insist en
iff rURPHt'Si KlIIIVIGOIt, or stna for
cn b earned In vest pocict. lrepaltl plitn wr
or. ?1 per box, or O or .7, with A. 2-U
Vrtttcit Unnrnntre to Cure erltefunil i
Unov. Pamphlet free. SoM by ilruprlsts. AWr
Sold by Richmond Drus Co. and W. G.
'Qtr SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Schedule in effect May " 1807.
EASttluUSD No. I. No 3t No. 3.
kv. Louliville 7 Jam 4.3) m T.Jopm
Ar.helbyYlllc 9 loam 147pm 8.Mpm
Ar.Li'rencob'5 9.i.iam &35tm .S0pm
At. Versailies 10.1am ftMpm OWpm
Ar. Lexington 10. 50am 723pm 10 10pm
; Na & Nu. 2. Ni .
Lt. Leztnuton 7.4Jam i.lOpm 5 uum
Ar. Vers lilies 8. 15am SJ'pu 3.43 m
Ar.I.3'rencebB 8.J6am (toupoi i.-tam
Ar. Shelbyville 0.iOatE Mpn.
Ar. LoulsTllhr. U'.Mam ai5pm 8QJam
Trains Nos. t,2. 3 and 5 carry Free Observation
l iSTDUND. WBBOt7NO
Na II No. It ttrArlo.NS. No IZ.. 'no. It
4 ZCp.ll 7 4iam Lv Loulsrtl Ar
a&p:n 955am ArLarncbwAr aiipm 825am
,7.S6pm iai5aui ArHarodjbirAr 4.3tpm 7 33am
17.40pm 0"8'm Ar Uurstn. I.v 4,'Opm. 7.iajm
Na la. t.No C7 l afArums Na Id.lN'o (&
4.8pm 7 laamlLv Louisvlt Ar lUjoam' a.ipm
il7pm 9.1Uaml Ar Shetbvll Arl 9. .6amf 6.45pm
flMpm 10.i7amArVerslIes Ar 8.05am' 4.1ipm
UrOm(ArMIdvay Ar 7 4lam IJMpra
7.50pm 1 115pm ArGeoren Lv 7 15aml aOOpm
, E31BJTJMX WES.UOUKU. I
tNo. 1 tNa 5. statio is. jtNo 6 tNa 2.
7.4 am 4 2pa . lyjuUvil Ar liii m H.15pm
lOiujm Versllei Ar 5.30pm
J 1. 00am 7 3flprfiAr NlchlvtU Ar 6 ?am 4 40pm
ll.&8pm 8.J3i.m ArRic'amo'd Lv a 05am 3 45pm
1.05 pm Ar Irvino LtI 1.50pm;
STATIOSS. Na 1 Nai
Lit. LouUvlUe...., 7.45am 7.3ipm
Ar. Loilnatog... 10 50am lQlOpm
iXr Knoxvills.r. nuupm 7.30am
Ar? AsUevillo l.Siam LI5pm
Ar- Jacksonville. 910am
Ar. L'na'.tiuoo, 7 4upm 4.00 im
Ar. Atlanta... 5.00am ll.iOam
Ar. Macon.... ilJam I L 10pm
TAr Jacksonville. 9 10cm aioira
Lv Cbittacooia. BOipm au&am
,Ar. lilrmlngham... 11.59 pm lO,3Uam
Ar. Mer.uian,. ..., 4.45am
Ar. New Orlean3... HSJam a 53pm
r Na 1 carrle Free Chair car Louisville to
Lexington there connecting with Solid
bulo Train carry In; Pullman Sleeping Carsrvlaf
Cnattanoogato Ulrmlntham aad.New Orleans..
m "No. 3 carrie Pullman SJespar LoaHvtlta to i
riitLirwiM! iitifl Atl&ntn. also L3ilnsrton ta
JackionvlllQ Tla IlotiSpririi's. Ashoville. and
TDaiTyBieeptSttndar. , ."J
tvy. . , jraiasn. j.y..
"Nothing else like it:"
The most refreshing and
pleasant Soap lor the skin.
- a 1 iimm 1 1 1 t 1 it n
fRLTVAHnKFTlC reR THE 1 0 2
TOILET SlU 5S?
PRICE 25 1 Or m?
It lasts twice as as others.
A trial will convine: you of its great
merit. Will please ths most fastidious.
Mfr. ot FRENCH .MILLED TOILET
c" SOAPS AND PERFU.V.RY,
i-Fr m v v k v
F. G. Oos Corsets,
On .Laca Box.
FEATHERBONE CORSET CD.
W. D, OLDHAal & COMPANY.
Second Street, between ilain ami
- Water, rear of Dillingham hiiildin
Kiclimonil Kv. Itcaily to tlo all kind
01 b'.acksinitliing promptly the hes
ttorkmanlike manner. S-7
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen by buying direct
from the manufacturer.
No better wheel made than the
Built in our 07n factory by
skilled workmen, using the best
material and the most improved
machinery. Wo have no agents
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
anywhere for examination.
Our interesting Offer
Acmo Cycle Co., Elkhart, lad.
An education at Harvard, Yale,
or any other colleuc or institution
of learning in the United States,
of Music, can be seenred by
j any young man or woman who is
a in earnest. Write for particulars
V quickly. JAMES D. BALL, '
( 36 BromGeld SL, Boton, Masa.
t ," nuiwiiiwi v J 'Jt i ' - "VF " v Tnr -
Madison Monumental Works.
SIANDFACTTJRER AND DEALER IK
I - ANU ALL KIKDS
yorffurtk4r jxirticuktv.S, prices,
ir ir .
We Send it FREE!
Young and Old.
Rejoice with us
in the Discovery.
When a man has suffered for years
with a weakness that blights tits life and
robs him of all that really make life
worth living, if he avail hiiB.elf of a
complete cure, why not possess the moral
courage to stop his downward course.
We will send vou by mail, ABSOLUTELY
FRKK, in plain package, the
DM. HoFKlUNS VITAL
TABLKrS. with a legal gmr.
antee to permannntlv cure LOST
VAUICtlfKLK, SHIPS forever
N'llilir EMISSIONS and all uunatHral
drains. Keturns to former apjtearances
No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception.
If we could not cure, we would not sewl
our medicine KKKE to try, and pay when
NatNtied. Write to day, as this way jtet
appear again. Address
Western Medicine Company,
nCOEPORlTED. Kalamazoo, Jiirb.
SOLD ON AX
TVf. "TrATZ T TVC gfit V
JCEIJBRATED WORM PPWDEBS fe
THE GREATEST WORM DESTROYER
OF THE ABC UW
EAST ANO PLEAS AfJT TO take. lilEy
Easiest to take
Most certain and v
EVER DISCOVEKEU. N K
Sold for a quarter of 3 V
tury with continually m. 1 .
ntj demand. Think a moment.
Does this not mean merit ?
115,000 Children yearly Sent to
their Graves by Worms.
CELEBRATED WORM POWDE!
would have saved them all.
pnicE, a.-Jo. peu box.
5 Manufactured only by the proprietor,
j. .. l
S ! svi lie. I'a.
L. & JNr. JR. JR.
I.v Effect March 1, IS8C.
LV. Express for Cincinnati,
A. II. laris, Jlavsvtlie, P. M.
6.23 mail. 7?
Cincinnati Pari?, Mavs-
r. 31. viHe, inch ester xhu
2.U5 Lexington mail. 1M
Livingston, IndoM, Jel
1.10 lico, 1'ineville. 1255
Fast, line for Livinton. A- M.
11.4.1 KnoxvilM 310
. 51. line for Cincinnati p. if.
3 1!) I'.iris. Winrliettr. 11.4.1
I M. Hon land. Lancaster amil A. M
t l'" tanfoni. 10: !
Frankfort k Mm& Rata.
In Effect Marck 1. IST1 )
DAILY KXCBPT SUNDAY.
Lrc Frankfort .. 38 IN
Arr Elk horn R45 3 29
Switzer.. . 6 SI
stamping Ground 702 IS
DuvalW ' IM 3 .VI
" Gccrcetown. 4 K
Lve Gcorcetown li.00 -I 38
Arr Newtown. SK I 42
' Centmnlle.. 822 4 SE
' Eluabcth 8 4 5H
' Paris 8 10 5 10
Lve Tari? 'sa a 96
Arr Elizabeth . 932 2
' Ccntreville 938 5 '8
' Newtown- 9 IS S
Georgetown WW 8 V)
Lve Georgetown 14 44 ff 30
Arr Duvall". less r t
Stamping Ground 11 10
Switzer .US 6 58
Elfchorn 11 as 7 l
Frankfort. 11 K 740
C. D. BERCAW. Gcn'l Pass. AcenU
GEO. B. HARPER. Gen'l Sapt.
kiif,ih d Ohio hkii
Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky.
lit. Sterling and Islington Accom S am
Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am.
Morebcad and Lexinjrton Accom. 3 00 pm
New York Limited K. F. V 450pm
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 33 pm
Accommodition trains run daily except
Other trains run daily.
Through sleeping and dining car service to
For information, rates or sleeper
on or write K. HOOD. Agent
or GEORGE W. BARNEY.
D. P. A. C. & O-Ry., Lexington. Ky-
tWanted fin Idea of Who thbKF some can to n&ient? Umpta tamk
Protct your Idru: thy mar brim Ton weal t a.
Write JOHX WEUDEitBDRN & CO, Patrat
Wanhlngnin. D. Cfor their 8U9UU priio Oder
and Ust ot mo htmdreil Inveatlona wanted.
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