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YOLUME XI. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, L89T PrmtSkoYJsthvoufh tfi NUMBEK 2. V4 r i
Wo wish to caution all users of Simmons
RejruUtor on a subject of the deepest
ami importance to their health
tlioir The sole proprietors
At i in ilcprs of Simmons Liver Regulator
irn tlixt cu homers are often deceived by
i- m, a ul taking some medicine of a
f 1 1 ir appearance or taste, believing it to
i , minions Liver Regulator. We warn
.m that unless the word Regulator is on
t n- p. kage or bottle, that it is not Simmons
I.ner ir. No one else makes, or
ever tus made Simmons Liver Repulator, or
anvfhinj called Simmons Liver Regulator,
but J U Zeilmi Co., and no medicine made
bv 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
not heln you as you are led to expect they
will Bear this fact well in mind, if you have
been in the hibit of using a medicine which
yon 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 Kegulator at all. The Regulator has
been favorably 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
see mat Simmons Liver iiegulator, which
vou can readily distinguish by the Red Z '
ji.. . , i
on wrapper, ana ny our name, is ine owy
medicine called Simmcns Liver Regulator.
J. II. & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
MlsS .MII.T'ltKI) (illUIK.W
tS ' tjjicr adjoining A .R I'urnani't.
K. W. MILLER.
Richmond, - - Kkstockt.
Office m the Burnam Building, next door to
I'anncr'fi National Bank.
C. P. BCRVAM.
W. S. MOBEKLBY.
B URN AM MOBERLEY.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Office in Burnam Bnilding, recently occupied
by A. It Burnam. 31-30
RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY.
Offiu over Taylor's Hardware store,
Court Hoin-e, on Main Street.
II. I). IIOGC,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
KiciiMUM), - - Kentucky.
Oflice No. 13 Fiit St.. up stairs. Gl-30
GRANT M LILLY,
A TLA W,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office S. W. corner Main and Second
Mnii up htairs. Will tract hv in all
the courts of MadiMin and adjoining
counties and Court of Appeali.
.1. C. & D M. OHEXAULT,
A TTORNEYS A T LA IV,
Office on Second street, over
-1 TTORNE Y-A T-LA II'.
Jltdimond, - - - Kentucky.
DR. II. R. GIBSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond. - Kentucky.
Office in the Joe ("(.lin.liuil.Iin;, 18 and 30 Second
Sireel, orer Wnue e4d drucstore. 27-
I ETERTNARY SURGEON,
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office up Hairs over New York Store, corner
Main and First streets. Richmond 46-
If. C. JASPJ2R, M. D
Medicine and Suruery.
Office Collins Buildim:,
Tolephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on
RicnMOXD, - - Kentucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond, ... Kentucky.
Office in Smith Building, No x( Main Street, tip
stain. Office hours 12 to 1 ani 4 to 5 o'clock.
DR. JOHN M. POSTER,
Richmond, ... Kentockv
Telephone at office and residence. V
G. W. EVANS, M. D.,
Physician and Sokgeon,
Richmond. ... - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Pradilioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond ... Kentucky
DmocHUd residence oi Third Street.
DR. A. WILKES SMITH,
Richmond, .-- Kentucky
Owc Smith bmldinc. Main Street. OfEce
houn, 0:00 to 11 M. ; 1:00 to 4 l M. .
limited to dentitrv.
J. C. MoeOam. J.A.Yates.
AIOEGA & YATES,
Opit Mala Street, over Madison National
CHAIRMAN JOHNSTON'S RINGING SPEECH
The Democratic Slate Convention
wlucli met at June -, o was
railed lo order by Major 1. 1'. Johnston,
Chairman of the State Democratic
The following is the full test of his
speech calliii; the Convention to order:
It may be proper in biirrendeririK to
the Eovereijrn authority of the party
the (rust you leleg:vted to me a year aj;o
to in ike a few observations bujeited by
The organization has not bien as iflici
eut and harmonious in all its details as
the great at btake demanded, ov
Hie fact that it was composed largely
of discordant elements and crude
We lutve, however, done what
ne could do to tnnkcit representative of
honest Democracy. Many difficulties
have been overcome. But the main
trouble .that besets our party, alienates
its best friends, and endangers its success,
confronts us btill with fair speech
and the ultimate purpose to betray and
Machine method?, the curse of modem
politics, reach the most odioiib extremes
in the cities, hut are often
in ilm Mmtllrr
conimuiiitics. Shrewd politicians practice
them, betray cities and States and it
is not too much to bty that they cost us
the Presidency in the lale election.
The liir rafectls work for plunder nud
power, are the open enemies of society,
and all honest men should unite to strike
theut down. They arn not, however,
more hurtful to the paity than then
feeble imitators, found bcreer men
cather together for a political purpose,
who poison the toiirco ot
party strength. The most .sliamelcKS of
thetu are broujji.t forward to preside
over local convcutiuus, nlicrs they
openly ignore the independent partyJ
man and proceed to carry out a prearranged
programme, regardlets of he
rights of all except the wreckers v. ho
put them there and gave them' orders.
Thee conspirators cheat and diust
associates when there is no difference of
opinion on public questions, no diwditiK
itsMie, solelv from a habit of trickery and
distrust of honest methods. They are
so couimon that instead of being
they arc tolerated as necessary
political evilh, while in truth the are
that should sink to oblivion
under the weight of untramiiieled
The smart fellow who schemes for the
corrupt control of interests by which he
can gorge himself with plunder, is almost
respectable by the side ot the little
politician w ho schemes to rob his fellow
his voice in local politics, from a
habit oi wrong doing, ithout reasonable
hope of advantage, when even he has
sense to know that only injury to the
party can lcsult from his conduct.
AVe must make war on corrupt
practices. Voters are now independent.
Tliev have the .secret ballot, they cannot
be expected to support the party or if&
candidates unless we do what may be
done to secure them a fair and equal
voice in fixing the policies, and naming
the candidates of the p.trty.
Individual rights, arc the basis of party
rights, and it is folly to talk to men about
the great party of the people if wc stand
idly b while the best elements are
by the uoiy ruffian and his
and unscrupulous all' who it the
abused garb of respectabi'ity thinks he
can commit climes without fctam'iug be
fore the country a criminiil.
It is difficult to organize voters to do
battle for cut and dried meaures and for
candidates that maneuver and combines
to disfranchise them. Your partv ollkers,
it they are to officer a victorious pari,
must lh.it the voice of evety oler is
iLCordcd fiec expression, and it is fur on
to provide that those who fail to perform
this dun are unceremoniously removed
from places they hold by vour authority.
.Majorities look with blind indulgence 011
methods however high handed thai result
in the triumph of the men they favor.
Jhey refuse to see or condemn wrongs
of which tin-' or their friends are the
beneficiaries. Yet when the contest w ill)
the enemy comes later, how powerless
they are without the loyal support of an
oul raged minority.
Our pe ple arc bold, manly and fair
minded, and until the Into election 1
would have stated it as an unqualified
prop sition that in any fair (otitest the
minority would btand loyally by the
majority in a battle with common em my.
Kveii now I asserc that there arc few ex
ceptions to the mle, and that with the
fair consideration and equil vohe the
humblest member of the party is entitled
to, secured to thein, there would not be
one in :i hundred.
The movement now on foot, and grow-ins-iii
strength eveiy day, is emphatically
a movement of the people; their convictions
and conclusions bha(cdthc lust
campaiuu, swept aside all who failed to
agree and co-operate with them Trouble
will be averted in the future if this fact
is kentin miud and a fair expression of
the will of eery voter secured in the
minor as well as the greater affairs of the
The majority fairly aweitained bliould
"overn. Jet us trust tne people anu
force the iibaiidouineut of the machine
methods by which they have been de-
frauded and betrayed; then the Demo-
0 I L
7. L. Douglas
W. L. DoueUs
Shoe liecause they
axe tbe best.
For sale by
also J.tHJancJ ji.a snoes lor men, ana
52.00 and 51.75 for boys, and the W. L.
$SM) folice snoc, very sunaoie lor
letter-carriers, policemen and others having
much -walking to do.
TVearo constantly adding styles to onr
already larpc. ana mere is no
you cannot bo suited, so Insist on
baTing W. L. Douglas ihoes trout jour
ffe use only tho lest Calf. Ilussia Calf
(all colors), French l"awnt Calf,
French Knaiuel, Vici Kid, etc.,
graded to corre9ond with prices
ot uio biiue.
If dealer cannot supply you,
W. L DOUSLAS, Braektwr, Mks.
Catalog ue" Fiu;e.-
cratic party will again be dominant, not
only in the nul precincts, but, in our
cities and in the Stntes.
For tue Climax.
A CHURCHMAN'S PROTEST.
Allow me to call public attention to
what seems to me a very important subject.
It is the impropriety of allowing
women to partake of the Lord's Supper,
now generally called the. sacrament, in
all the churches. It is only nccetsary to
read the account of the institution of IhU
sacred memorial by the founder of the
Chiisliau religion to see that only men
v. tre present on that occasion. It is not
worth while here to consider whether the
omission of woman was intentional or
only to the custom of
that age and country, the master and his
disciples, after engaging in puplic ministry,
met intJio "upper chamber" to partake
of their last meal together. Suffice
it for us to note the great evils that have
resulted from the presence of nomeu at
Step by step, since this pernicious practice
was pel milled, women have been
leaving the seclusion proper for that -ex.
What do we see to-day? "Women teaching
hunting societies under every sort
of title to usurp the functions of manaml
do the work of the world. Do we see
wonieu acting; as home and foreign missionaries
for the bptrad of the gospel to
every laud and every creature? As might
have been expected, the-e irrepressible
apostles of progress are now evcu
to become members of the vesjry, as
in some organizations they have invaded
the pulpit. AVhat position will be left
to preset ve the diunityaud powerof mail
if this lliini: g.)C3 on.
I protest against such perversion of
the place of sexes. As. a radical change
is needed, I propose to return to first
principles and prevent women henceforth
from appearing at the sacramental
The miguided females sometimes misquote
the biblical phrase, "male and
female created he them and gave them
dominion," and claim that ii was the
divine design that men and women
should woik together in every department
of human interest. Jt has been
uived that as men and women were
placed together in families, so they
should jointly strive for that larger
family, the church. Some of the advocates
of female assistants say that woman
was "last at the cross and eailfcst at the
tomb," aLtl should therefore be entrusted
to labor everywhere for her Lord.
Away with such sophistry! Let us
not listen to it for an instant, but go at
once back to the fact that no women
were present at the first sacrament. It
was a fatal mistake ever to admit them
to it. Yours faithfully,
The proposition to elect some women
as members of the vtstry of Christ
church, Lexinston, Ky., was lecently
made by Miss 1 .a lira Clay. Ata meeting
of the Guild, the question was discussed
and decided in the negative.
Many of the arguments used by the opponents
of women for the vestry are the
same urged by the churchman above
ainiust the admission of women to the
sacrament. Oiuca Laxuiiokne,
YOU'RE NOT SO WARM.
(New York Journal.)
Iii New York Because you're not the
only pebble on the beach. t
In Jersey City Because you're not the
only "come on" on the ierry.
In Philadelphia Because you're not the
only tombstone ill the graveyard.
In Boston Because you're not the only
fiozeu pudding in the icebox.
In Chicago Recause you're not the only
porker iu the stockyard.
In Salt Lake City Because you're not
the only bigmisf iu the Tabernacle.
In Milwaukee Beciuse you're not the
only bottle in the brewery.
Iu Brooklyn Because you're not the
only father of twins.
In Detroit Because you're not the only
potato in the patch.
In Kansas City Because you're not the
only debris in the cyclone.
In Omaha Because you're not the only
airship in the sky.
In Kentucky Because you're not the
only leaf in the forest.
HALF RATES EVERY SUflDAY.
Queen it Crescent Route Tickets will
on and after Sunday May SOtli be sold
between all stations at half rates every
Sunday until further advised, good going
and returning on Sunday only, between
any stations at which trains are scheduled
to stop. Ask Agents for particulars.
AV. C. KlNKAHSO.V,
Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati.O.
One fare for round trip to Asheville N.
C. account Summer School, Y. M. O; A.
June lo to 15 ood returning until June
-v r 1 A" T- !!
unc -are wr rouuu irip 10 jtnoxviue
and return .Tune 10 to 19 :ood returning
until June 30 account Suuimer School
Y. M. C A.
.00 SIDE 3
The Style. Tit and Wear
could not be Improved tur SSmmKXmlK ,
Double the Price. t.
$30, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the
fef skilled -workmen, from the best material
possible to put into shoes sold at these prices.
Freeman Brothers, Richmond, Ky.
. .! -.J"
Celebrated for its great leavening
Rtrength and hcalthfulness. Assures
the food against dlum and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
brands, koval bakino powdeb co.,
The famous Boston School of Expression
of which Dr. S. S. Curry is President
will come to Monteagle for a Summer
Session next Julv.
This move means more than the com-inc
of a cotton mill fiom New England
to the South; a great school is actually
bringing its thought, the experience of a
gieat past, into our very midst. The results
011 Southern education will be immediate
By gathering together these urcat
schools and by pioviding a Summer
Hume abounding in wholesome things
for everybody, Monteagle is d.oine: a
might and blessed workfor our sunny
We feel that we are rendering 011 and
our community a service when we ask
you to write to A. P. Uourland, Monteagle,
Tenn., for full programs of the Assembly's
It is the duty of every patriotic citizen
to keep informed conceruini: the beneficent
progress of the institution, in which
every Southerner should take pride.
The Queen and Crescent trains are the
finest trains run in the Stnte of Kentucky.
Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect
with the main -highways of the Great
Tiutik Lines of the North, West and
This is the line to Washington,
New Yoik ISoston and the East.
The Queen and Crescent connects with
every line out of Cincinnati.
S T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky.
V G. Moucan. I). P. A., Ivexington, Ky.
Miss Ilauuie Ida Parks, daughter of
W. II, H. Park", diel Slay 2d, 1897, after
lingering borne two years with the loathsome
disease, consumption, at her home
on the waters of Tates Creek, Madison
county, in the 24th year of her age.
A father, mother, two and two
brothers are left to mourn her loss.
Their loss will ho her eternal gain.
Daughter and we miss thee; no
more shall we sec thy sweet face, or feel
the touch of the hand that is still, or
hear the sound of thy gentle voice. We
miss thy cheerful presence iu the old
family circle. May God gather thy entire
family to thee to that better land
where parting will be no more and
neither son ow nor death comes.
EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS.
The annual excursion of the C. II. &
D. Railway to Niagara Falls will occur
this year on July 8th. The rate from
Cincinnati, O., will he $7.00.
Tickets will be good five days.
Trains will IcaveCiuciunati about 12:00
Noon. The accommodations will be first-class
in every paiticular. Elegant day
coaches, Pullman and Wagner sleeping
cars. The route is the most interesting
of any. Going via Toledo, Detroit ami
the Michigan Central Railway through
the best part of Southern Canada, direct
to the Falls. This is the only line, that
passes cloe to the brink, from which a
full and complete view ot both the American
aud Canadian Falls can be Been to
advantage. Niagara is one of the greatest
wonders on the globe every body
knows of Niagara, and everybody wants
to go there. The C. II. & D. It'y was the
first to inaugurate these cheap excursion0,
and always has the best accommodations
provided for its patrons. Persons desiring
full information about this excursion,
should address the undersigned and a
descriptive circular will be mailed you.
D. G. EDWAIJDS,
rass'r Traffic Mg'rC. H. & D. R'y,
Schoolcr's Press Slipped An Eccentric In
The Right-hand Sand Box.
Mr. W. F. Schooler, editor of the
Mbrehead Advanco, and who married
Miss Grace Hacker, of this city, thus
excuses tho late appearance of his
good paper recently. The truth is he
was out one night celebratiufr his
nomination as Republican candidate
for tho legislature, althouRh he de
nies this in the following characteristic
"Our paper is two days late this
week, owing to an .accident to onr
press. When we started to run the
edition on Wednesday night, as usual,
one of the guy ropes gave away,
allowing the 'forward gilderfluke to
fall andbreakas it struck tho
This, of course, as anyone
who knows anytliiug about a press
will readily understand, left
with only the flip-flap to support
it, which also dropped and broke
off the This loosened
the fluking between the ramrod and
tho which also caused
trouble. The report that tho trouble
was caused by in
intoxicating stimulants by oursolf Is
a tissue of falsehoods, tho peeled, appearance
of our right eye being
caused by ourgolnginto the hatchway
of the press in our anxiety to start
it, and pulling tho after
the slapbung was broken, which
caused tho dingus to riso up and welt
us in tho optic. o expoet a brand
now jjiltlerfluko on this afternoon's
train." n ti
'The Mt. StorlingpDaucing plub.will
TfiurwlftreveBiBf fJiiae 1? Mf K
Kentucky Fair Dates.
At the annual meeting of the Kentucky
Fair Assot i.ition, iu the Willaid
Friday afternoon, the following were
elected officers for the coming yean
l'lesident, W. I. Samuels, Bardstown;
Yico Presidents, J. H. Mallory, Bowling
Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond ;
Secretary and Tieasurer, A. R.
The coiii'tiittce appointed to make
list ofila 1 i i iv this season's fairs
!,, following, which was
y the meeting:
Wroailles, Tuesday, .Tif y 0.
Itichmond, Tuesdav, July 27.
Danville, Tuesday, August 3.
Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10.
Hardstown, Tuesday, August 17.
Eliza bethtown, Tnotljy August 24.
Bowling Green, Wednesday, September
I'aducah, Tuesday, September, 7.
duly IS will be ofTered to Winchester,
which was not represented at the meet
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY'S HEW
ENTRANCE TO KE'.Y YORK.
One of the greatist improvements ever
made for the convenience of passengers
to and fiom New York City has just
bren completed. A new high speed
Feny service has been established from
the bin Jersey City depot to the foot of
23d street in New York City, where a
handsome Ferry House has been creeled,
with commodious waiting rooms, baggage
room aud all conveniences of a modem
The Ferries used between Jersey Citv
and 23d street are just fiom the ship
builder, aud are all tout can be embodied
in modern passenger steamers.
They arc large ''double deckers," and
the landings on both sides of the river
are so constructed that passengers can
go alioard or ashore from both decks at
once, thus saving the trouble and annoyance
of going up or down a crowded
In connection with the 23d street station
a line of hansoms and carriages has
been established that will take
to or from any part of New York
Cit; a charge of 2." cents per passenger
for a mile ami a half or under, and 15
cents for each additional mile or fraction
is made. Trunks will be taken with
paseengers in four wheel carnages at 10
cents each. Tue charge for passenger
in four wheel carriages id 40 ceuts on
same distance basis as hansoms. Valines
are taken charge of by driver i.i either
hansom or carriage at 5 cents each; no
charge for valises carried in hand.
This new station is in addition to the
Courtland and Debrosses stiect stations;
these are still in use for Mirect to
the lower, or business end of New York
City, but for persons desiring to go first
to the bote) district the 23d street fetation
fills every need. Linding passengers
only a few blocks from Fifth Avenue
and Broadway. Every prominent hotel
is within easy reach. Passengers leaving
Lexington on the Cheapeake it
Ohio Limited Vestibuled trains have the
cotnlort of riding in through sleepers to
New York without change, making from
three to five hours iiuicker time than
via any other line.
I.eive Lexington 11:23 a. m. and 8.50
p. m. daily.
A l rive 231 street, New York City,
12:50 a. in. and 9:13 p. m. daily.
Leave 23d street, New York City, 7:55
a. in. and 4:55 p. in. daily.
Arrivo Lexington 8:00 a. m. and 5:20
p. in. daily.
Write for new surface map of New-York
, GtonGC. W. Baknky,
Division Passenger Agent,
A now school house near WrijihtV
Chapel, six miles west of Mnyfiold,
will be erected soon.
The protracted nieiitiiifr at the
Mayslick Christian Church is attracting
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of Parkersburg, V. Va., Recom
mends Wrights Celery
PAiiKEusuunG, AV. Va.,
January 20, 1905.
The AVniGiiT Med. Co.,
Gentlemen: I have been usinj:
Wright's Celery Capbules since November,
1894. and find them to be aa recommended.
I first beinin taking them
while at Hot Springs. Aik. under treatment
for Sciatii' Khenmaiism, Liver and
Stouuch trouble Constipation which 1
had been a long sufferer. I found the
Celery Capsules pave me j;reat relief
from the beginning and have uod tlt?m
ever since, with pleasure, anu unso
licited, I recommend them to any and
all suffering with like aflliutiousoreithei
of them. ery truly yours.
Sold by T. S Hagan, Dnureist. Trice
50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drugstore
and yet free sample. (J- -
Tbe undersigned has three separate small
farms which he offers at private sale separately
or tdecther. All three are situated at
WHITE'S - STATION,
on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain
respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are itc11
watered and well Improved farms. There is
no better land in Madison county, most of it
--RICH E0TT0BI LAND.-
It Is a fine neighborhood and accessible by
turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills,
etc., all within a mile of White's Station Test
Office, ten miles from Richmond,
TERMS Sale will be made cash,
bVlnnce to 'suit purchaser. For particulars,
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a. -s ?,? -- f. tfr'
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w CURE COriSTlPATIOMl
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nEQHT TlTPr 7 flTTHTJ IIJTUUh to care any
flDuULUlDhl UUflnftltl.rii;ttr. n,Tfr -
f pie in.l booklet frfe. Ail. STFKI.l0 KKirnr
and the hundred and one
lar ills caused by impure blood
or inactive liver, quickly yield
to the purifying and cleansing c
properties comaincu iu
It cures permanently by acting
i nntitrnllv nn .ill orfans of the
j bodv. Asa blood-cleanser, flesh-1
l..m'j. i i iii l : l
i uuuucr, anu jl
I has no equal. Put us in Quart
(Joules, and sold at oi each.
WILLIAMS, DAVIS, BROOICS ti CO.
Take LWerettes for LNer Ills.
Sold by D. Z. & T. Ii. Taylor,
JL a oral
At Walter Azoell's Livery Stable.
All Vinds of harness, cheaper
than can be bought any where In Blchmon i.
Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction
AND p k i
J T- WY $
() jjloi Oiii$
( I HIGHEST GRADE,
a EASY RUNNING,
Every Wheel Guaranteed. Jp
CenS for catalogue. M
(' () HAMPSHIRE GYSLE MFG. CO., $
o NORTHAMPTON, MASS. $
Responsible dta'ers invited to fp
rcsDond .lth us. in
fe u j w COOQCe
niFTY.DOLHItSA WEEK EASILY MADE
T AontJ wanted in cverv locality lor Hon
W. J. Bryan"-, great book, "The First Battlt."
The best seller over prodnced. Agisnt are
taking as raanv a 203 orders per weelc Beware
of fraudulent imitations. Senl tor and
beqin work at once. W. B COXKKi' COMPANY,
Publishers, 311 Dearborn btreet, Chicago.
BED WETTING CURED
0?AQ PAY. Mrs. B. M. IIOWAX, Milwaukee,
UEII. . KM.KY
Of Shelbyville, Ky., Reconimnnds
Wright's Celerv Caxules.
Shelbvvilie, Ky., May 20, '9d. To
Wrichtilcliial Co.. Col.. O :
Gent- I have nnrrhaotd a box fl
Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. N. ,
.Middeltoii, druv'Kixt, Jiui iibeu them lur
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and ('ots&ti
pation and found that tliey cave me
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
9 , Geo. W. Rilev.
HOW TO FIND OUT.
J?iH a bottle or common 'watcrglas,
wiih urine and let Btand twenty-four
honrf; a sediment or settling indicates a
diseased conditio'! of the kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is ptwitive
evidence of kidney trouble. Ton fre
queut desire to urinate or pain iu the
back, is also convincing proof tlitit the
kidneys and bladder are out of order.
WHAT TO BO-
There is comfort in the knovdedge
so often expressed, that Dr. Kiluer's
j Swamp-Root, the great kidney rttnedy
fulfills every widh in relieving p?jn in
thcLliiick, kidneys, liver, blitdde ajnl
every part of the urinary It
corrects inability to hold urino and
bcalding'pain in passing it, or bad ijffects
following nso of liquor wine orjibeer,
and overcomes tliatjiuplrasant; necessity
of behiK compelled to get up many times
during the night to urinate- The mild
aud tho effect of Sv amp-Root
is soon realized. It stands thq highest
for its wonderful cures of thej mo&l
ca?fc. Ifyou'uecda raq iicine
vou should fc'oldliy!
gists, jirjce nnd one, J ollar.
For a' sample bottle and pinphlct,' Itoth
sent free by maitjnention. ttie 'Ci iJtAX,
and send youifiull post-office, a4d We to
Dr. Kimcr&Co., Bingliamptoe, .Y.
The pfopretor' oi ttntee
.i. i- i
1MB aa( U IUMHHISB K.B1 K HUIT r.
raieof Cawarrfcs arc the Utal
(.. Dilrairo. Cn..crV!T Jorfc. si:
bF.E Til EM!
ma 7- SOLO RICHMOND. IN
The Finest Kigs.'
The Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention.
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Tclephono Your "Cousin;"
P. B. BROADDUS.
Hnclcy's Old Stand.
No 20. 33-
YJEAK ESfiH E8A3E VigQhBlt
iixzJ &rS. PS!C?v. ffSSi'
l.-MY. S'-CAY. C?D.
It tsts pot7crtuIlT fid ajidciy -in
ben fill, iren resaln It t .
jen recover youihil Tl"it. i:u
intred to Clirt crTjajii, Jnl Vltltt
motency, Xtt;t:yAnticitjj.. ltl: ..
Mlier to", X'utllnkT ZIciict. ..! m .
nCH, aji'l a, ejfxis ct utf cr cx.v i r
miucTttan. V,"t.rii on latani.y and
cu it ylliis 1 pr atirpr!it.
s r;i:ic igoic, or ! fi r
"3nlcariel InTC3tr"cSct. I'- ,.-
r. fi"l per rox. Or C rr tVi. T.ih V .!
A fitinrr"5co to Care crltcfaid I
FampIi'M ro". fUt tr 'raTKt.
SZFVr.Jl SlEillCjiA. ABUT, CLIcnco, I
Sold by Richmond Drug Co. cud V. G.
. (IX KENTUCKY )
Schedule in effect May S, 1807.
KASTBUDKU No. 1. "o. i No- a.
Ltr. Loutvnlle 7 l.20m
Ar. shelbyville 9 lwitn ftilpra
Ar.Lt'renceb e 'J Mara &.3arm ?0pm
Ar. Vcwall'.et I a 17am ftSCrm! VL4Spm
Ar. Lexington Id 50a a 10 10pm
H'lMimuM) No. tt No. 2. Nil
Lr Lxtniftoa.... a.l0rm 5 mam
Ar. VersiIHeH.... 8.1iam n.3p u . m
iilam d.oopoi 5.45am
IAr.La'rcnceb'g... tJCam .tjpn; 62kam
Ar. Louisville.... lu.53am 8. 13pm a 03am
' Trains Nos. 1,2, 5 and 8 carry Free Observation
' EASTIl CSD WETnOUSD
Na UNo. n sta tost No 1. 1 mi. It
JSpii 7 4um IjV Loutsvil Ar S.rpmlU.S5am
63?p;n 9i5am ArLarncbnrAr iipm S25am
7.25pm tH5im ArHaroisbgAr 4 3iptn 7 35am
Of8 m Ar uurs?ta..l.Y 4'0inl 7,i3jin
Na 14. r.so o7 1 irATios No. n tSo. 6d'
Tiupm! 7.45am LiV Loutsrtl Ar lUMaml a.iipra
5.47pm II 3. tlW.m twain .. C.alklHl 71.1. ... m A 9. .C.tml 6.45pm
la 7amArVersllcs Ar 8.03am 4.1 '.pin
1 7 20pm 11 20;m Ar Midway Ar 741am X33piii
7.50pTi 12.1SpTilArGeorgtt Lv 7 lSanil 3.C0pnT
, liSIUjUSIX WESrUOlTMlX
No. 1 tVoS.1 vrvriONi tVo 6 ItNo. 2.
7.4jam 4 2Jpni i.vLijuIitU Ar in 55 in aiipmi
1020jm Cn7pm Lv Verslle Ar 7.55am 5.30pm'
ll.00am 76pm ArNtchlvlllAr 140pm
ll.iSpm &30i;m ArRichmo'd Lv C05jm 345pm
,1.05pm Ar irvine .vi L30pm'
STATIONS. No. 1 Na3.
IjV. Louisville.. 7 45a in
,Ar. Iixlagton. 10.50-tm 10.10pm
Ar. Knoxvtlle.... awjpin 7 30am
Ar Asheville i.zvam 1.15pm
Ar savannah 500am
Ar. JickonrllIe. a Ham
Ar. Cnattinooxa.... 7 4upm
Ar. Atlanta. ........ 5.00 ia
Ar. Macon eM5am lliopm
Ar Jaekonvillo ... 9 10 Dm 8.10im
Lt Chtttanoo;a... aotpm 6.u5am
Ar. Ulrmingham... 11.50pm lO.tuam
Ar. Mer.dltn... ... t4.'um .4iptn;
Ar. New Orleans... U2Jam 0 55pm.
r Na I carrws Fras Caalr ear Louisville to
Lcxinctoa thr9 connctlnj wttts bolld
buleTrtln carrvln? Pullman Sleeping Car via'
Cnaltanoosato Blrmlaghira aad Kaw Orleans.;
s No. 3 carrifri Pullmia Sleeper Loutsvillo lo
Chattanooga, end Atlanta, alio Laxington to
Jacksonville via Hot Springs. Aaoovlllc. and!
Compartment Sleuper Lexingtoa to New Or
4Tln Prftnnt finm1.iv.
TT. H GKKXN.Gsn. Supt, J. KVUCLPrT. M.
V fTiisklaetoa. D- a ; ' Washing toa. D. C.
W. A. TBRK.G P.O.. Wat "H. TAYtoB.A. B4k'' ".t!
' "' ; "
L" ... c (r T - J
hwS. it l if On
"Nothing else like it:"
The rncst refreshing and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
ItfVCf kmzxr? res th: 311
j Toilet ti"uRszRyBATH r.V.
Price 25$ M
It lasts twice as iongr as otiicrs.
A trial w:ll convince yoa of its ere at
merit. w::i please tne mest lastidious,
Mir. ot FRENCH iVILLED TOILET
SOAPS AND PERFU.V.ERY,
n m h
F 0 X ;o.'s oorseis,
On lch Box.
FBTHERBONE CORSET CO,,
W. D, OLDHAM & COMPANY.
ffl Sal f R2A. J ?
Mrtet, between Miin and
Water, rttirof Dillingham biiildinjr,
Uicliinond Ky. Ueady to do all kinds
of bLicksnuthing promptly in the best
vorUtiMidike manner. J-7
JL L he Profits
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
raid Middlemen by buying di-
rect from the manufacturer.
Uo better v.heJ made than the
Built in our ovn factory by
s'cilled workmen using the best
material and the most improved
machinery. IVo havo no agents
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. "Shipped
nyvhere for examination.
Our Interesting Offer
Asmo Cycle Co., Elkhart, lad.
An education at Harvard, Yale,
or any other collece or institution
of learning in the United States,
or in the New England Conservatory
of Music, can he fceenred by
(r jtny yoiui!; man or woman who ia
a in tamest. Write for particulars A
JAMES D. BALL, 7
J SO Bromfield St., Boston, Mass. 4
We Send it FREE!
Young and Old.
Rejoice with ns
in the Discovery.
Wlien a man h.n snirerttl for years
with a weakness that hhliN iits life atl
rubs him of all that reallv inake life
worth Itvin;. if he avail of n.
complete cure, w hy not the moral
co'ir.ige to stop his ilowiimtnl eorse.
We will senl von ly mail.
FKKK. in plttiii uckae. the A
DH. HliFFSlAVS VITAIj
with a legal guar-ante.!
to penuanentlv en re I.Oal' II
VAKU'in'ELK SHIPS forer
N'llJ'ir KMISS10NS anl all uiiiwtuial
lrams. Iteturns to former appearances
em ici itetl orjrtns.
No C. O. D. frauil nor recipe deception.
If we could not otire, we would not
Oiir nteilicine FKKK to try, and pay when
Uisiied. Write to-"lay, as this way ot
Ap(;jr jjiin. Addreos
Western Medicine Company,
ucosrmiEa. Kaljm.tzoti, 3!:r!;.
SOLD OX AN g
1 ' . ? ' .
51 McDonald's m
I CELEBRATED WORM P0W8 ER3 J
J or jfc anc ! E
lj EASY A'lO Ft.43AHr TO TAKE. jj8
Smaller dow X
Easiest to take -
Ennrely veeeiWe VS. I
certain aiil m 'k
failin? Worm Detrovcr
EVER DISCOVEREU. V. V L
nXH fnr V
.r f t w..
tury vrithcontipujllvinrrci V
mcdc4nantl. Thina m'unenf
i l)oej this not m:an merit ?
125,000 Chili! n early Sent to
their Urates by AVorais.
V HcDONALD'S -
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS
would have saved them all.
TTtTCI xr,?. X12ll i:OX
1 1, r sale by all anl (ialT Ib mrrtfrtfiin
Maaufacturctl oi'j by il. proprietor.
may 5-1 mo
L. & 3S', R. E,
K. (J. DIVISION.
Ix Effect 2Iaw ii 1, liSWS.
lv. Express for CinciBniiti.1 xv
a. M. Paris, 31asville. "Wih-i p. x.
G.25 mail. 7JRJ
Jt. ville. Winch ester and
2.03 Lexington mail. L5
Livingstoa, London, Jd-
1.10 lico, l'inevilie. 125
Fast line for Livinpston, &. x.
. m. Fast line for Cincinnati, r. jt.
.: I') Pans. 11.43
i' m. UouUnd. Lanciteter am! .v. x
Ci;PMkbrt & Ciankii hhvj.
In Ktfect March 1. IMT.
DAILY KSCKIT SUNDAY.
Ltc Frankfcvrt. S 38 3 W
Arr Elkhorn. . S 3,
" Switzer. . . Sit 3 3C
' StampiiiK Gremt .. 7fti 3. JS
" DuvnllR ..7 63 IV
' Gcun;cton .59 IK
Lve Georgetown. . -. . S 89 i 38
Arr Newtown. 9 -l le
Centreville . S21 S
' Elwabcth 8 SB 38
" Paris i 5 28
Lre Pari . 1 W
Arr Elizabeth S 32 S
Centreville 9 3
' Newtown. 9 W S 3S
' Georgetown M W .
I.ve Gepreetown M 18 J
Arr DnvalU. MM f 4t
Stamping Groand. .. 1118 P
" Switzer II 6 W
" Elkhorn. II 3S 7 K
" Fnnkfort It 38 7 Ul
a D. BKHCAW, Gen'l Pm. .tgt?nt.
OEO. B. IIARPEK, Gen'l hspt.
Chesaps&ke ani Obio limy
Time of Trains at Wiacheter. Ky.
Mt. Stcrl:n and Lexinirton Accoffl 6 Sft am
Eastern Express for Loatsville 7 38 am
Morebeail and Lexineton Accota. 3 88 pni
New York Limited FT F. V 58 pta
Lexington and Morehend Accota.. 9 K am
New York Limited F. F. V. 11 48 am
Lexintf on and Mt. Sterling Aecom fi 30 pm
Washington Expre 9 23 pra
Accommodation train ran dally except Sin-day.
Other trains run daily.
Through sleeping; .nd dining car service to
For information, rates orsleepcrreserratfons
call on or write K. HOOD. Aeent L.AN.Ky.,
or GEORGE W. BARNEY.
D. P. A. C Jt O. Ry.. Lexington. Ky.
Wbo can think
Wanted-An Idea of tome 8tmpl9
thing to patent?
Protect roar Idea: ther mar brtnz yoa wealth.
Write JOHN WEDDEKBCRN & CO, Patent Altar.
neya. Wualngttte. D. C for their JUIO prtio offer
su lUt ct two nuadrcd laTeatlons wanted.
loaumenta I Works,
AND DElX.EIl IN
Fov trthev particulars, pricey
K. 'B-. .. A i. ,C
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