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VOLUME XL RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, L89ir. NUMBEE .L
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We wish 1o caution all users of Simmons
I.iwr Rgulator on a subject of the deepest
mnl ami importance to their liealtn
Irhap tlieir lives. The sole proprietors
ami in ikere of Sunmons Liver Eegnlalor
' irn tiit customers are often deceived by
ivin aiil taking some medicine of a
Mtiif ar appearance or taste, believing it to
t riuniii')ns Liver Regulator. We warn
wn i hat unless the word Regulator is on
t tif parkageor bottle, that it is not Simmons
l.iwr Regulator. No one else makes, or
everh s made Simmons Liver Regulator, or
anything called Simmon Liver Regulator,
but J n Zeilin&Co., and no medicine made
lv anyone e sa is the same. , We alone can
put il np and we cannot be responsible, if
oiiir medicines represented as the same do
not heln you as you are led to expect they
will Bear this fact well in mind, lfyou have
ben in the habit of using a medicine which
you supposed to be SimmonB Liver Regulator,
because the name was somewhat like
it, and the package did not have the word
Regulator on it, yon have been imposed
upon and have not been taking Simmons
Liver Regulator at alL The Regulator has
leen iavorably known for many years, and
all who use it know how necessary it is for
Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation,
Headache Dyspepsia, and all disorders
arising from a Diseased Liver.
We ask you to look for yourselves, and
gee 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. U. ZEILIN &CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
31ISS 31ILTKKD (lOLllEX.
& Office adjoining A ,R Uurnam's.
Richmovd, - - Kbktucky.
Office in the Barnara Building, next door to
Farmer'e National Bank.
C F. EUKVAM.
'. s. MOBERLEY.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Office in Bumim Jlnilding, recently occupied
by A. R. Burnam. 31-30
A TTonx EY-at-La t,
RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY.
over Taj lor'a Ilnnlwre store,
Court House, on Main Street.
II. B. HOGG.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office No. 13 Firnt St.. np stairs. 31-30
GRANT E. LILLY,
A TLA J!',
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Ofllce S. W. corner ami Second
streets up htnirh. Will practice i sill
the courts of Maditon an.l ailjoiniiig
counties anil Court of Appeals.
J. C. & D M. CIIENAULT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office on Second street, over
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W.
Richmond, ------ Kentucky.
Collections solicited. 13-
DR. n. R. GIBSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
KiciiMovn. ... Kentucky.
OlEce in the Joe Cc Jim buiUmj, tS and ao
Street, over Voue cld druc&torc. 27-
VETERINA RY SURGEON,
GraduaU Ontario Veterinary College.
Vetenniry Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office up stain over New York Store, cornel
M.un and Kirst streets. Richmond 46-
77". C. JASPJ2R, M. D
Medicine and Surgery.
Office Collins Building, MainStreet.
Telephone nt resi'tence (the Cnrr place) on
RicnuoxD, ----- Kentucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmoxd, - Kentucky.
OSce in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, tip
ttatn. Office hours u to 1 an i t to 5 o'clock.
DR. JOHN M. FOSTER,
UiciiMONo, - Kentucky
Telephone at office and residence.
G. W. EVANS, M. D.,
PltYBICIAN AJ'D SURGEON,
Richmond. ... - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in 2fedicine and Surgery,
Richmond ... Kentucky.
Office unit reliJence oa Tliinl Street.
. 2JE1TTAL SU3.GEE.Y.
DR. A. WjLKESSMlTir, '
Richmond, - Kentucky
Orrica Smith building. Main Street. Office
oars. oaa touM.; iu to 4 P. M.
rBI'raCtiee limited to dentiMrv. -,
J. C. MOBOAJf. J. A. YATJS3.
Om-x M alu Street,, evtr If IfaiioBj
GOVERNORS TELL HOW DEMOCRATS
Chief Executives of Slates Point Out for
the Party, Through the New York
Johrnai, The Road te Success
at the polls.
"Present an Unbroken Front."
Montgomery. Ala., "May 21.
Editor New Yoik Journal:
It is my opinion that tlicpropercourtc
for the Democratic parly to pursue now
is to pcimit the widest latitude in tlio
councils of the party, but after the majority
liaclecided upon the policies lo be
pursued there should be prompt acquiescence
in the result ami a hearty co-operation
by all in cany wg out the exprcetl
will of the majority.
I think Uiat tho Democratic
in Con;re&5 shouhl confer.
upon a policy and prtsent an unbroken
front in earning it out. , .
iiied) JOI'H V. JOHNSON.
Governor, of Alabama.
"Ho Compromise With Gold Men." -
Little.ltock, Ark., May 2U
I favor no compromise ami knowof no
common ground upon which Democrats
can meet with 8inj;lo pohl staiiilard
Strip the Democratic party of its
do -trine of bimetallism and it is a
thing and can serve no purpose.
A cold standard man should go with
tie Republicans. They are weights up
on the Democratic party and there is no
common ground between us and them.
I had rather Jiayo the Dingly bill piled
upon the McKinleybill with bimetallism
than to iiave the oest possible tariff
with the single gold standard. ;t us
fight it out on this line and agree to no
(NgncJj DAN W. JONES.
Governor of Arkansas.
"Sland By Ths Chicago Platform."
Helena, Mont., May 21.
I could suggest no other position for
the Democrats at pretent than adherence
tothp Democratic creed announced in the
national platform adopted at Chicago.
Those w ho cannot support its declarations
are not Democrats. Their
tion to the Dingly bill should be placed upon
Sitting idly by allowing the opposition to
have their own course doc3 not Jseem to
me to be the nay to discharge :i public
(Signed) KOBKRTB. SMITH.
Governor of Montana.
'Stop Quarrels: Turn on The Foe "
Nashville, Tenn., May 21.
The common ground for Democrats- to
stand on now is for DemoUruts to quit
acting the fool and fightin.r each other,
and turn their faces to the foe.
There is only one co'mmon ground for
Democrats, and that is eternal war upon
the high protective -combines,
the civil servive fraud, the Republican
party in general snd tJae devil in particular.
The common ground for Democrats to
htand on is to agree upon Democratic
measures and fight for them as a unit.
The common ground for Demociacy to
stand on is good go, eminent, honest men
in high places protection to the weak
and justice to the strong.
Tbebj things lias e been said millions
of times- over and xiver again, but they
cannot be too often said.
(Signed ItOBKirr L. TAYLOK,
Governor of Tiiinussee.
"Lcl Rcoublicans Have Frcs fleins'
Sacramento, Cal , May 21,
At the last election the people turned
.the government over to the lteimblican
parly. Democrats should permit that
party to inaugurate its policies. The only
nianuar in which the financial and economic
principles of that party can be proven
unwise and disnntrous is by putting
them into praciice. The Ding! v bill should
ttcsuch atrial as will prove its miwiwloin.
If the Kepublicun paitv has legislation
to offer w liich wou'd promote the general
vvelfaie, the Democrats should not obstruct
itb enactment. If the Bepubli
can's policies be detrimental, the sooner
proved by legislation the better for the
j)eopIe. The Democracy h is by a vote
of the people been placed in a position
w here it cannot aid them. It should unite
in' pointing out the tlefejts of the pr
measurers during tlieir pendency
and record its vote tliein. but not
needlessly obstiuct where obstruction
will prove futile.
(Signed) JAMES II. BUDD,
Governor of California.
"Bimetallism And Anti-Monopoly."
Vermillion, South Dakota, May 21.
Dividiii" issues cannot be set abide
Currency reform and anti-monopoly will
not give way to any artificial issue
raised for party armony. Bimetallism
is the issue which must be.scttledatonce.
Unless the Democrats stand firm to
the principles advocated in the last cam
paign the successful accomplishment of
these reforms must come through the
Populist "party. There can be no coin
promise of principles.
The people are now studying these
Merchants, Big- 'ft18ll3s.
Bankers, Wm, 'liflpfeSsrtk
lawyers, WmU, Bav
SUCH UU HHt "sE3Hfek
W. L..DougIa BHJk. afPr.
Shoes bccsinsc Uicy BKmbt.'J.
are tne DciL. KSBHkfB,
For sale by BHB
questions for themselves and will no longer
bo irovcrued by party
Governor of South Dakota.
"Free Silver Must Be Dropped."
Richmond, Va., May 21.
Replying to your telegram, I to
suggest fundamental Democratic principles,
iiu luding opiosition to protection
audiosteringof monopolies and truts,
aVconimon ground on which tho Democrats
of the country can stand and present
a solid front Republicanisin.
Indepeinlcnt, free and unlimited coinage
otsilvcr and other Populislii: loc-trines
be discatdiHl. I!ppnlisncy8 no
moitf I)e iniHTiitic than ragaiiiain
a Populist is 1.0 more a Democrat
than an Ethiopian is a Caucasian.
platform Democrats have no
sympathy with the Republican doctrines
of centralization, prpieeliou and high
and iifinecebbary Federal taxation, and
they have no svmpathy with the
doctrine oi free, unlimited and independent
coinage of hilvcxand a debased
nor the I'opuhstic idea of making
the Supreme Court of the United
States the iootball of partisan strife nor
of protecting the product of the silver
Kvery Democrat in Virginia, who refused
to support the Chicago ticket htat Fall
is anxious for Deinocmtic harmony, but
there are 50,000 at least w ho w ill not indorse
by tbeir'votes the Chicago platform.
Last Fall Brvan, under normal condition,
would have received 1S4.O0O Democratic
votes but standing on the Chicago
platform he only polled 140,000 Democratic
votes, and among these were'
thousands that were cast for him by reason
only of primary pledges. Fifteen
thousand Populists were gained and
more than 40,000-Democrats lost.
In the Shenandoah Valley and other
sections in which tbo white people are
overwhelming Cleveland's majority was
more than 35.000, while Bryan's was less
than 5,000. Brvan ran behind Cleveland
in fifteen counties, and deducting t4ic
Populist vote he dropped below Cleveland
in eighty-tree counties, and all this
after the most active canvass for Bryan
ever made in tho State for a Presidential
candidate. Cleveland's majority in 1S'J2
in Virginia was 50,715. In lSOti Brvan's
was l'J.341, including 15,000 Populist
In the coming Gubernatorial campaign
in this State all Democrats can come to
gcthei on a platform of State issues, leaving
to the future all dividing Federal
C II ARLIvs T. O'FEURALL,
Governor of Virginia.
"Ought to be No Dissensions."
Jackson, Miss., May 21.
There ought not to be, and cannot be,
pny dividing issues between Democrats.
The Democratic party is a party of principles,
and for this reason it has been
able to stand against all opposing parties.
Its principles underlie and make the
foundation of justice, equality and
liberty, and are eternal, and for this reason
it has lived and will continue to live
as long as our Government exists.
Two principles of the party are now
more prominent than any others, and I
suppose I may say than any other:
1. The priniplesof a revenue sufficient
for an economically administered
2. The principles of hard money, gold
The Democratic party has always been
in favor of both of these principles. This
was show u.on the first of these principles,
when the test was made in the convention
of rR'J2, and on the second when the test
was made in the convention of 1800.
There wijLnot be any step taken backward
on questions, and to under
take lo tempo: ize with them is wrong in
principle and policy, There is uothim.'
like a manly candor in tho avowal of
what we believe and what we intend to
do, so far as Democratic doctrine is concerned.
No good democrat ought to
want to reopeu these questions, for the
judgments of the conventions mentioned
cannot be revoked or reversed, and anj
effort at teinpoiiziug with them is calculated
to injure the Democratic party, and
therefore to injure the country.
Every Democrat should determine to
submit to these decrees of tho party or to
abandon it. We cannot afford to have
two factions in the party with a temporary
truce patched up between them.
I would rather figlft my political foe on
the outside than inside ot my All
Democrats can meet on these grounds
for present and future action. They can
meet for rigid economy, opposing every
element of extravagancej Uifa strict
to the Constitution of the United
States the bulwark of our libeity ; for
compelling the payment of debts due the
Government by rich and powerful corporations;
for the passage of a lavv to
punish professional lobbying as felony
, to take off the pay rolls of the Govern-
inetit thoee who do not- work and who
are put on the rolls for political influence
and effect, and lor a hundred other
things that would lift burdens from the
'shoulders of the toiling peoplo of the
J lt our Congressmen bo ready with
their bills to accomplish these purposes,
and let them offer such bills and amend-
n.ents, and if Republican majorities vote
The Style, Fit and Wear
could not b improved for
Double the Price,
"V37. L. Douglas $30, $4.00 and $5.00 Snoes are the
productions of skilled workmen, from the best material
possible to put into shoes sold at these prices.
Ws make-also $2.50 and $2.25 sbocs for men, and
52.0Oand $1.75 for boys, and the1 W. L.
IJOUgias OJU xoiicc snoc, vciy suiuiuic inr
jwlicemen and otters having
much walking to do.
7e adding new styles to our
-already larce "variety, and there ii no reason
'hy jou cannot be snUed, so insist on
having 'vV. L. Douglas 5boe from your
"We use only the best Calf, IttTssla Calf
(all colors). Trench ratenf Calf,
French Snamel. VIci JCId. etc..
graded to corresno idyritli lric
If dealer cannot supply yoa,
JSAXAUOa OE .fEE.
Iicftrnondj .j.mm.?.T.l m
Celebrated for its great leavening
strength and healthfullness. Assures
the food agslrut atom and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
brands, boyal baking powder co.,
them down we will have a clean and
honorable record upon which to go to
the country, and the country will establish
' A. J. M'LAURIN,
Governor ot fississippi.
Ovcrpolitness is better than gruffnebS.
Politeness costs the least and pajs the
1 he cultivation of courtesy is the lOost
profitable harvest in the field of business.
A kind word often clinches tho trado,
and clean cnt politeness frequently
builds the business.
So long as t)ie seller desires lo sell
more than the buyer desires to buy, just
so long it is ntcessary for the seller to use
the commodity of courtesy as legitimate
bait for the drawing of trade.
Courtesy is a commodity, and there
can be no better trademark for the building
and holding of trade than universal
politeness&to everybody and a manifest
interest in .the welfare of the customer.
The greatest fortress in the world is
Gibraltar. The height of the rock i-.
over 1,400 feet, and this stupendous
precipiie is pierced by miles of galleries
in the solid stone, iortholes for cannon
being placed at fnqnent intervals. The
rock is perfictly, impregnable to the shot
of an enemy, and by means of the great
elevation a pluugiug fire can be directed
from an enormous height upon a hostile
fleet. From the water batteries to a distal
ceof two-thirds up the rock one tifr
after another of cannon is to
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
Trunk Lines of the North, West and
This is theline par-excellence to Washington,
New York. Boston and the East.
The Queen and Crescent connects with
every line out of Cincinnati.
S. T. SwiFr, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky.
W G. Moiioax. D. P. A., Lexington, Ky.
JlTss Susan M. Sturges. of AlansGeld,
Ohio, has been spending the pxst few
days in lierea, the gueat of President and
Dr. W. W. Atterbury, of the famous
New York Sabbath League Committee,
is visiting Uerea College, the guest of
Rev. H. M. Penniman is paying a flying
visit to Berea, bringing as guesis.
Rev. G. A. Thayer and wife, Mru.
Sarah Guilock, and others, all of Cincinnati,
Memorial day was observed on Satur
day. The tabernacle was thronged both
morning and afternoon, and the program
was one of unusual interest. The speak
ers in the morning session were: Prof.
L. V. Dodge, Mrs. Kate E. Putnam,
Hon. Rewell, of London, Ky , Miss
Maggie Elliott. In the afternoon, Dr.
W. V. Atterbury, Prof. E. G. Dodge, 11.
li. Herrod, J. Thomsen Baker, and Mis
Annie L. Rathburn addressel the larce
audience. Music was renderetl by the
College Glee Club, the Eterpians and
Harmonia Society. The march tv'lhe
cemetery occurred at U o'clock, and the
services over the graves were touching
and impressive. ' . ,
Dr. W. W. Alterbnry, of JS'evv Yoik
City, preached in the College Chapel
Sunday morning, taking fur 'his text,
Grace for help in time of jieed." It
was a rare occasion The gifted divine
riveted the attention of'all, speaking with
a directuess, earnestness and conviction
that carried his audience with him. In
the afternoon he preached at Narrow
Gap, with even greater force and enthusiasm,
Miss Mary Jones is visiting relatives
Gt A. Hoy was in Cincinnati Friday
and Saturday 011 business.
J. W. "Masters and wifri attended the
dedication at "Union Sunday.
J. W. Rice, of Covington, visited the
family of I. 3(. Asher last week.
iliss Nancy Stevenson, of Hedges,
visited Mrs. I. M. Asher last week.
Richmond Taylor has accepted a position
as salcstnan for J. "V. Masters at
Miss Spicie linden, who r .been at
lending school at Midway, isltrt home
Mrs. fTm Dryson.and Mrs. AV. E.
Chase left- Jast week for a prolonged
slay-with relatives and Jrieuils at North
A'n.infant of Mr. and Mm. Jam Tillet
diet! Sunday. It was si: days' old.
' A. privato hitler to W. J lljiberts
the news that Barney Gay, a popular
river Wan of St. Helen; aiid who
wasjiero latt week. ort'CusMiese, had
been killedcidctijrlly b'y thllbnrsting
ofa min'm'hYa hands, the !breech-pin
Btrikiac'iihn in (he hedandvillIiHjj him
Kentucky Fair Dates.
At the annual meeting ot the Kentucky
Fair Assoiiation, in the Villaid
Friday afternoon, the following were
elected officers for the coming vean
Presiden, V. I. Samuels, Bardntoivu ;
Vice Presidents, J. iI3fallory, Bowling
Green, and S. A-Deatherage, Richmond r
Secretary and Tionburer, A. R.
The c tii'niuee appointed to make
list fur this season's fairs
1 1. f dlowtng, which was adopted
ity the meeting:
Vt riilles, Tuesday, Ju'y 20.
itlchinond, Tuesday, July 27.
Danville, Tuesday. August 3.
Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10.
I5.irdstowu, Tu.es lay, Angut 17
Elizabeihtown, Tuerday August 24.
Bawling Green, Wednesday, September
Padundi, Tuesday, Septenilicr, 7.
July 1.1 will be offered to Winchester,
which was not represented at the meet
One day receutlv Rev. J. F, SfOM,
of Hopkins couinv, had nicked and
shipped from his farm 200 gallons of
The United States can call upon a
greater number of trained poldiern than
any other country in the woild. Al
though th standing army numbers only
27,C00 men, each State JraS to support its
ow 11 militia, and should it become
upward of 7,500,000 men lould
assist in mnhitaitig the independence of
the States. To defend the coast there
would be a navy of some 70 shijM", with
10,000 men. Of the European armies
the biggest is that of Franco. The number
of men in the active army and its reserve
LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR-
FUKMSIIED BY GLOVER A nnriCETT, LOUIS
VILLK TOBACCO WAREHOUSE.
Sales on our market for the week just
closed amount to 20"2 lilnU. with receipts
for the same period 1700 hlids.
Sales on our market hince January 1st,
amount to SO.ISJ hlids. SjIvs of the 1 rop
of lS9tion our market to this date
amount to GU,971 hlids.
We have had a very active market this
week with a general improvement in
prices over the advaiue reported last
week. The medium to good grades of
red fillers have shown a decided advance,
and sales were frequent at pi ices ranging
from 12 to S1G. The common grades of
old hurley have met goo I competition
and have been taken-at higher piices
The market all along the line has deyel
oped more strength and aUivity than at
any other time during this year. Since
our report of a week ago many parts of
the tobacco sections have been favored
by rain; in some localities however, the
rain fall was very light and did not
a Kilisfactory planting season. In
some sections plants are small and the
farmers have been backward in preparing
their ground, and it is diflicult jnst at
this time to make anything like an accurate
estimate as ton hut percentage of the
iu'ended crop has been put on the IiilLbut
the planting is certainly not as far advanced
as usual at this dte, and the preparations
for a crop have not been
so extensive as last year and under the
most favorable weather conditions there
n ill unquestionably be a falling off in
the acreage planted as compared with
The following quotations fairly represent
our market for hurley tobacco 1S00
Trash (dark ordamaged)$ 1 50 to 2 50
Common colory trash 2 50 to 4 50
.Medium to good col trash 4 50 to 7 50
Common lugs not colory 3 00 to 5 00
Common colory lugs 5 00 to 7 00
Medium to good col lugs 7 50 to 10 00
Common to medium leaf G 50 to 10 00
Medium to good leaf 10 00 to 14 00
Good to fine leaf 13 00 to 16 00
Select wrappery icat 10 UU to vj 40
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of Parker&burg, V. Va.,
mends Wrights Celery
PAKKEKSnUCG, W. Va.,
January 2G, 1995.
The Wkiqiit Med. Co.,
Ueutiemen. 1 have been usinc
Wright's Celery Capsules since November,
1S94, and And them to bo as recommended.
I first began taking them
while at HotSpriiiKS. Aik, nnder treatment
for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and
is'touiacli trouble Coiibtipation which 1
had been a long sufferer. I found the
Celery Capsules gnve me great relief
from the beginning and have ued them
ever since. "Whir pleasure, and unsolicited,
T recommend them to any and
all fullering with like afflictions or either
of them. Very truly yours.
Sold by T. S Hagarf, Uruggibt. Price
50c cuts and $1.00 per IniXr Call at drug
store and get ire sample. G- -
The undersigned has three separate small
farms which he offers at private sale separately
or t5gether. . AH three r.re situated at
WHITE'S - STATION,
on the waters ol Silver Creek. They contata
respectively 85 and 165 acres, and nre well
1 watered nnd well improved farms, There is
no better land in Madlaoa county, most of it
-RICH BOTTOM' LAND.--'
Itisaiflnexnelghborbood and accessible by
turnoike toschools. churches, railroadsr miHs.
etc,allritbiallco WaiteliS&tioa Post
Office, tcimHea fromBlchmond ,
TERMS flale will bo made
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and Scrofula are
mous. You can't
enjoy life with
this dread disease
system. It takes
away the laugh
even to think
what may follow
ulceration of the
etc. In whatever
is lUlnTeteratefoeandconiruerer. We
will mall you, free, a book 3a ibis
WllUsmf , Davis, Brooizs & Co.,
Trice. $1 a Quart Bottle; a3 druggists.
Sold by D. Z. & T. B. Taylor,
At Walter Az3EU.'s Liveby Stable.
All kinds of hand-made cheaper
than can be bouRht any wherj in Richmond.
Give us a trial and be convinci J. Satlsfact'cn
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end for catalosre.""
I HAinPSHIHE GYGLE SFfi. GO.,
jf NORTHAMPTON, HASS;
w PespotuIMe dealers lavlted to
responil v.lta us. .
FIFTY DOLLARS A WEEK EASILY MADE
Agents wanted in every totality for Hon.
W. J. Bryan's great book, "The First Battle."
The best seller ever produced. Agents are
tnUng as many as 200 orders pet week 1'cware
ct fraudulent imitations. Scn.l for outfit and
begin work at ones. W. B CONKEY COMPANY,
Publishers, 311 Dearbom Street,. ChiA
BED WETTING CURED
Of NO PAY. Mrs. B. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee,
ULU W. KlLBl
Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends
Wright'rt Celerv Capsules.
Shelbyville, Ky., Slay Id, '90. To
Wright Medical Co., Col., O.:
T Imve a box of
Wright's Celery Capsules from G. 2f.
MMileilon, druggist, ami lib-;! ibeni lur
Sour Stomach, Torpid LJverand
nation, and found that they isive ma immediate
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours very traly,
9 Geo. W. Riley.
HOW' TO FIND GUT.
Fill a boUle or common water glass
with nrine and .let stand
hour?; a sediment or settlinif indicates a
diseased condition of tlio kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is positive
evidence of kidney troubl'j. Too fre
qnent desire to urinate 01; pain in the
back, is also convincing pnjof that the
kidneys and bladder ore outiof order.
WJAT SO DO.
There 13 comfort in the knowledge
J so often expressed, thai Ijr. Kilmer'tf
the great kidney remedy
iuiiuih every wuu 111 icueui jjshu 111
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder ajfil
every part of the urinary passages. It
corrects inability to and
sculdingrpain u passing it; 9 r(bad effects
follow iiigmse of liquor, vne or beer,
Hiid overcomes thatlnnpleas nt necesslt y
of beitig compelled tr get ii j many times
durttig the night to arinatoi -The mild
and tJa extraordinary effecj of
w soon realized. Jit Btai tls
iorits wbnderf nf cures" I tho most
direKiugcaeeh..If,you nee la medicine
you elioiihlhavo tha.beU jUlby
Iw'tleaad phlfltf botlr
. , .
r - -1 'm JltlZi' fy
sHi iree.uy urau, Jt luiu,
- . -'.Af ".- ir -, ...1
and sel jrowmil
DrsKimfjLt JT, Btttg ha
Wl- ot uos
te ipriiMTrf UArj
ywyu yk.hhih w yUi
. EXAMINE THEM!
.n SOLO IN
II 1 1 RICHMOND.
si. && v-
ft imp mm , nn
The l?i;iest Kigs,
The Safest Drivers,
The "Promptest Attention
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
P. B. BROADDUS'
Henley's Old Stand.
KiES KSSSE VlSaiiG'Ji
I "MY. 9'"0AT. IS'l'AT. ""JAT.
m PEFFETO PSSU?aj W
It tcts powrfnUy qui sly. jrc
Iters frill. Yotiivf rcsn.n 1. ',dji ad,
ien reOTcr roLliiul TlTO.. .5lV I
,ntcetl X. f". .tal"
m XlrvXTtnlaloi2.. . tiVw
lthcr e-v, IVIHns . 'n sstlnjr J
ne, anl all ejftcU rf r atrue or crttutt t.
idlt r(wi. Wrnls OT jr ?nd oinunr!
Impose a wortblrsssn' "Ututs
ou I it rlslusairroatcrnnj jii.c 11
n l'2ir2tl'S HEJfV IGOll, or strwl for
'an te carrlotl In vaat pociet. freialtl rlln t
r. t'l per box. or O Tor 1."!, tjj.U ,V J o'.
rtttcu Otlurcntco to Cure rrlienind I
nev. PamDhlcl free, bold by
Sold by Richmond Drng Co. and W. G.
Schcdulo In effect May 2, 180':
EASTUJUKD No. I. No I No-
L. LounvUle 7 ,5am 4'JUi.m 7 lapm
Ar. bhelbyvllle 'Xll'am
Ar.Li'rencab'B il.SJam 6.3.11m P.:0pm
Ar. VersilLes iai7am diCpm 0 43pm
Ar. Lexington.... laMam vsjpm 10 10pm
WEt. mDMi Nv ft No. i Na 4.
Lv. Le.xinitt.on T, Oam i.I0pm 5 tbam
Ar. Versailles a 15am i.Ji'pji Ju8 m
Ar.La'rencob'g.t aUam COOprr i.4Jam
Ar. bhelbyvlllo.. aiiam
Ar. LauisTille IJ'UUl aiipm SOJam
' Trains Nos. 1, 2. 5 and 8 carry XYea Observation
' EASTBJUXD WEVrBOCNO
Na it No. II STA IONS. No i:. .a. 14.
I'Jlpu 7am Lt Louisvll Ar lasiam
&33pm ftiSam LrIrncbr?Ar a lopm
1 7.23pm IU 45am ArHarousbcAr 4.30pn 73oam
,7.40pm QSm; Ar uursia. Lv 4 ."Oom! 7.25 j m
Na li. t.NQ CT j SfAllU.Na Na 10 TNo"5T
4.TJpm 7.45am Lv Loaisril Ar 8.15pm
5.47 pm B.toami Ar Stielbvil Ar 9..Cim 8.45pm
SMpzi Id 7nm Ar Versllea Ar 8.05am tUpm
7i0pm IL0im ArMldwav Ar 7 4ljm 3.38pm
7.50p:n lilopx lArGeonrta Lv 7 Ham 3. 00pm
, lASlBOTIiD. VESIBOCSIJ. f
tNo. 1 tVa R. STATIONS. tXo 6 tNa 2.
7.4.am .v LiutHVU Ar laii m S. lo pa;
10 20a in &37pm Lv Versllej Ar 7am 5.30pm
1 1 COam 73(!pm ArNlchlvIUAr 0.18am 4.40pm
11.18pm aiaim ArRichmo'd Lv 603am 3 45pm
1.05pm1 Ar Irvine L.T1 LSOpm,
STATIONS. Na I Xal
Lv. Louisville.. 45am 3inm
Ar. Lexington. laSOam It 10pm
Ar. Knoivillo &UJpm 7 30am
Ar Ajherille.... I.jvam Lllpm
Ar ivannah...... .... 5 00am.
'Ar. Jacksonville ........ ft 10am
Ar.tU'iatt inooia.. 6.00. m
Ar. Atlanta....... auuim ll.JOam
Ar. Macon 8.15am 1119pm
Ar Jacksonville.. 9 lOnm 8.10 ia
Lv. .-.... ....... rSOipml e.65am
Ar. Birmingham ..i..... lusvpin 19.
Ar. Meridlm... .............. i A.fipm.
Ar. Now Orleans. ........... U23jm t a55nmJ
. K& 1 carrier Frea t"
Leetlngton thsre ooanectlnz wlthvSetM
Cuo xram carry inz nitmai sleeping yt vn
Chattanooga to Birmingham and New Orleans, f
. Vm -I nwlam Ti,1TkL4 Qt-V r.M,f avilltAI
Chatta30oea, ami AUnta, alw Laxlagteft to
Jacksonvlllo Smrings AAttaTtllevaad.
poajparMBOBt Sleapor LeiiatfloB to New" Or-J
leans. v " -. ', u I
juaui jscttft . ,
"a. WHnoa.P. &tCa..S. LSwirisi ikTlA.
..-- waiagtB. cfyrvi&mttL vie.
r ' Tj . - t 1
AA A - - -
"Nothing else like it:"
The most refrcshinfr and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
XJVSr! .iiU&SrOfj xBT.2.
' - ,js
- - - -"
arA.tnsE?nc tor m
let KuasEiwi Bath J Jj gl
It lasts twice as long as others. f
A trial will convince you of its great
merit, win piciri a: xacctjastidious.
AMr.ot FSENCII yiLLCO TOILET
SOAPS AND FEXFU:.lERy,
F. G. Cos Corsets,
FEATHERBONE CDRSET C5.
w. D, 0LDHAQ1 & COMPANY.
Ceeond Street, between Main and
u Water, rear of Dillingham building.
KiPlimoiHl Ky. Heady to uo all kinds
of blacksmitlifng promptly in the btsi
workmanlike manner. S-7
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
raid Middlemen by buying direct
from the manufacturer.
No bett:r wheel made than. the
Built in cur own factory by
skilled workmen, using the best
material and the most improved
machinery. Vo kava no cgenis
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
. anvwhere for examination.
Acmo Cycle Co., ElWiart, lad.
r FREE EDUCATION. 1
An education at Harvard, Yale, A
or any other collesrc or institution V
fc of learning in the United States,
I or iir the New England Conserva- X
v tory of Music, can he secured by v
b any joung man or woman viho is j
j in enruest. Write for particulars i.
V nnw.lrlir IlMRIl Kin N't
H lf Sfi Brornfieli! St.. Ronton 3l.isi. S
Madisoa Monumental Works,
R: -: 9,
.5 . ..
kV:r sVasS: i5L" '&
M zr. N -1-
'AIM ALL KINDS OF
'further jmn Oculars, ,&fi
. ., .Kadjjor,
fc." A, .s.--,
We Send it FREE!
Yotrog and Old.
Rejoice with us
in the Discovery.
Whca a man lias suffered for years
with a weakness Uwt blights Iim life ad
rob3 him of 3II that really make life
worth living, if he avail himself of a
complete cure, why not possess the moral
courage to stop hu downward twiirbe.
"e will tend von by mail,
FKKK, ia plain paekaee, tlw
DK. IIIIKKUAN'S VlTAfi
permaiipiitly cure l.fr
VAKIt'lli'KLK SfitPS forever
XIHIir KUISS1UNS and all niinataral
drains. Returns to former appearaneea
em iciated onrins.
No U. O. I). fraud nor lecipe deception.
If we could not cure, we wonld not send
our niedicine MIKE Uj try,"and pay when
Ratitied. Write tonlay, aa this may hoc
appear agnu. Address
Western Medicine Conpany,
UCOEPOEilEJ. Kalamazoo, 3Iirfc.
sold o ax
13 THE GREATEST VSORM OCSTRO yir mSm
Hit ASr ANJ PLASMT TO TAKE
Hasiest to take
certain ana nt rer
iiost Worm Destroyer
Sold for a quarter of 3
ticdemarwl. Think a mnmen
I Does this net mean merit ?
125,000 Children early Sent to
their Graves by ATorms.
OELEBHATED WORM POWDERS
wouM Lc saed them alL
iiitct xx:k, aioc
Fur &ate by all lro?kltMaBtl dralm ! BetMdsM
Manufactured only by tlic proprtctior,
J. A.. rcDONiVIJ),
utSvO ' vunJ
L. & 3S. E. E.
K (J. D1VJSION.
In Efulct Mvhch 1, 1SW.
LV. Express for Cincinnati,) akv
. if. I'ans, lasille. Win- p. x."
Chester ami LexingtOH
6Jio mail. 7JSJ
31. ville. Winch ester HHd
'J.io Lesington mail. l.6
1.10 lico, rineville. -$-
Fast line for LivirgMon, a- x.
11.-13 Indou.JeHico KnoxviMe S1U
a. m Fast line for Cincinnati, p. m.
: 19 I'nris 11. 4."
p m Rowland,' and a. m
1.1'j Stanford. lft:)0
hiM & icieaati Uku
In Effect Mareh 1, lT.l
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Lve Frankfort 8 38 ltd
Arr Elkhorn. ... 6 46 3
Switier 6 51 3
" Stamping Groend .7U 3 4
Dnvalls 7 8 3 58
Georgetown : IK
Lve Georgetown- 8 M 4 30
Arr Newtown. . 8 12 4 4X
Centreville- S2 4 SB
Elizabeth 8 JS ;z
Pans 8 W 5 M
a .hi. p.m.
Lve Paris . 9 29 A 30
Air Elizabeth 9 X W
Ctntrevilie . , 9 3 S t
Newtown. Z 3 S fR
" Georgetown r , 1 GO S M
Lve Georgetown -MM f
Arr Dnvalls.. 1-9 SS 6
Stamping Ground. 11 H 6
Switzer 11 OS S TO
' Elkhorn. 11 3H 7 '
Frankfort 11 55 7 SO
UJ). BEKCAW. Gcn'l Pass. . pent.
GEO. B. UAKPEB, Gen'l Sapt.
kixv ii Ohio hifev
Time of Trains at Winchester . Ky.
Jit, Sterling and Lexington Accent 8 55 am
Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am
Morehead and Lexington Aeconu 3 00 pm
New York Limited F. F. V - 4 50 pm
Lexinirton and Morehead Accom 9 IS am
New York Limited F. F. V. 11 58 am
Lexington and lit. Sterling Aceom. 6 30 pm
Washington Express 9 23 pm
Accommodation trains ran daily except
Other trains run daily.
Throngh sleeping and dining car service to
For information, rates or sleeper reservations
call on or wnte K. HOOD. Agent L..tN".Kr.t
or OEOBGE W. BA2NEY.
D. P. A. C. & O. By.. Lexington , Ky.
'Who can think
Idea of some simp
thing to patent?
Protect your ldea: thr mav brfcur voa wealth.
Wrlt JOHN WJCDDEKBURN & CO, Patent
Wublocufa. D. C, for their tUSJU pnxo offer
ana list of two hundred taventlocs wanted.
11 ?- -a
AND DEALER uf -
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