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V ' ih ! cauticn all uers of Simmons
T v r 1 il.itt.r on a subject of the deepest
i and linportarrco to their health
'h.ip their lives. The sole rrocrietora
ij makers of Simmons Liver Regulator
1 ro i.i ik cu'iuniera arc ouen ceceiveu DV
v a d taking some medicine of a
f , ir or tasie, btheving it to
ra unn Liver Regulator. We warn
1 hat 1 nVjs th word Regulator is on
1 ( jrUagf or bottle, that it is not Simmons
In"- Reyn'itT No one else makes, or
ev" 0 Liver Regulator, or
n isiramons Jjiver Kegnlator,
h J H Zeilm & Co., and no medicine made
li innmc e sf is the same, , can
j ii n and we cannot be responsible, if
(1 medicines represented as the same do
r deio you as vou are led to expect they
w ll Bear tins fact well in mind, if you have
len in the habit of using a medicine which
ynuppoedto be Simmons Liver Regulator
ticcnuse th name was somewhat like
it and the package did not have the word
liegulator on it, jou have been imposed
mpon and have not been taking Simmons
Liver Kegulator at alL The Regulator has
Wen favorably known for many years, and
all who ue it know how necessary it is for
Fever and Ague, Bilious Fever,
in Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders
arn ng from a Diseased Liter.
We atk you to look for yourselves, and
f that Simmons Liver Regulator, which
yoa can readilv distinguish by the Red Z
en wrapper, and by our name, is the only
medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. II. ZKII.IX & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
MISS Mil, UKIl (HILHEX,
.s TEXOCRA PllEll A XD -
Tin iimoxd, Kentucky.
3" Office adjoining A .R Uurnam'e.
V Y. MILLER.
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
nlBce in the Burnum Building, next door to
Farmer's National Bank.
C. F. BCHNAM.
W. s. MOBERLEV.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Optob in Bomira Building, recently occupied
by A. R. Buinam. 31-30
A TTonx E Y-AT-L A w,
mciIMOND, - - KENTUCKY.
OiTici' over Tayl rs Hardware store, op-ii
itr Court House, on Main Street.
II. B HOiJ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Hu'iiMovn, - - Kentucky.
Ofllre No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 P0
Git A NTH LILLY,
A TTORXE Y-A T LA W,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
("WW S. W. corner M.iin aiid Seitmd
Mi-ret up stairs. Will lin'cticf in all
the courts of Madison and adjoiuin;:
count it and Court of Appeals.
J. C. v P M". OHENAULT,
A TTORXEYS A T LA II',
Richmond, - - Kentucky,
on Second street, over
A T-LA llr.
Richmond, ------ Kentucky.
Collections solicited. 13
3)11. IT. R. GHISON,
rilYSICIA X A XD SURGEON,
RiciiMoNii. ... Kentucky.
OiFic in the lo tVtlins rmiMin, 18 and ao
Street, orer White cld druefctore. 27-
i e rr.niXA n r surgeon,
Graduate OiU'irio Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office an stairs over New York Store, corner
Minn aud Firt lrcct&. Richmond 46-
II. C. JASPER, m. ny
Medicine and Surgery.
Oflice Collins Building, MainStrett.
Telephone fit residence (the Carr place) on
IticiiMoxu, ----- Kentucky-
DR. O. A. KENNED?,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Kinuioxn, ... Kentucky
Office in Smith Huilding. No. 104 Main Street, tip
flairs, umce nonrs 13 id 1 11a 4 10 50 ciock.
DR. JOHN M. FOSTER,
Richmond. ... Kentucky
Telephone at efEce and residence. v
r W, EVANS. M. D.,
TltYSICIAN AND SUHGnON,
RiciiMovn. - - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR.,
Prnctlliunrr in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond ... Kentucky
DHlreniid residence ou Third Street.
DR. A. VLT,KES SMITH,
Orricc Smith budding. Main Street. Office
hours. 9:00 to 11 M.; imjpm I. it.
limited to dentistry.
J. C lIottOAJf. J. A. Yates.
MORG AN & YATES,
OnrcK Main Street, over Madison National
Ab a result of the late F.ewion of the
Kentucky Lcgislatuio, tlie following
bills have passed the Legislature, been
approved by the Governor, or else became
a law without his. denature, and
are now, or will become, the laws of the
sliste in a few days:
Bill transfuriing Pincville, Bell county,
from city of fourth class to city ol fifth
Bill to prevent the spread of the
of glanders among
Bill providing the manner of
coiiMitutioual nmendmenfe to a vote
of the people.
Bill anieiulins the school law so that
in counties containing cities of the first
r second classes the county superintendent
shall reide in the county outnde
the city limits and be elected by the
outside the city.
Bill Authorizing each Judge of the
Court, of Appeals to employ a stenographer
at a salary of $So0 per year for two
I hanging time of holding circuit court
in Andcison county.
To authorize the formation of corporations
in counties of less than lOO.COO
which may do both banking
pnd a tniht business.
Providing for the payment of the expenses
of the committees attending the
funerals of Senators Weitsinger and Salver.
To reduce the sheriff's fee from
$2 to 51.50 for selling real estate
for unpaid taxes, and requiring
the sheriff to make affidavit that the
delinquent had no personal estate out of
which the taxes could have been uinde
To legalize the borrowing of money by
the asylum during the past year.
To pay Lewis Smith for keeping the
State House lavatories in order.
Changing' the time of holding Circuit
court in the counties of Mercer, Boyle,
Lincoln and Garrard.
l'roiding that all cars or barges on
wbiili coal or coke, mined or manufactured
I iy convict labor which is shipped
into this State, shall be labeled "convict
To prevent the "egging" or
of public speakeis
Increasing the rate of State taxation
from 42i the ?!00 to oil cents
for three years. After three years the
rate to be 47J couth.
Luipowering the State to borrow $500,-000
by issuins bonds.
Authorizing the Coroner of Jefferson
county to employ a stenographer.
Appropriating $500 per year to prevent
tins spread of the San Jose scale among
Providing for the payment of interest
on State warrants.
The anti mob bill making felony of
participating in mobs, and making members
also liable in civil damages.
House bill providing that any protem.
Judge. Commonwealth's: Attorney or other
officer leceiving pay in whole or in
part out of the State Treasury shall receive
his pay out of the salary of the regular
ofiicor, unless a good excuse is
Types of Kentucky Saddle Horses.
Kentuckians have bred saddle hor
for beautj' and charm, and have
got them There is a charm about
the Kentucky horse that no other
American horse has. No other ani
mals I have ever met in the country
exist in tho memory with quite the
fascination of certain horses I have
seen in Kentucky. There was, for
instance, a few miles from Lexington,
a roan gelding that had this fascination
to a high degree. He had the
graceful Kentucky characteristics
and yet with a difference. His
beauty appeared particularly in the
shape of the rump and in tho carriage
of the tail, There vras an ex
quisite trick Ki the conformation of
the quarters. "Charming and very
Kentucky," you said, as you looked
at them, and yet you felt that you
ha 1 never seen quite that before. It
was perhaps a bold flight nearer tli
Kentucky ideal than you had ever
scon. This quality of the figure was
certainly due to an infusion of the
Denmark grace. The tail was the
other chief beauty. There was an
airy grace in the carriage of it which
reminded you of the fortunato work
of some architect of gnius. "What
have you done to him ?" I said, referring
to tho graceful lightness with
which the tail was held. '-Nothing,"
said the farmer; "as you drive out of
the gate you will seo his old dam in
tho pasture to tho left, and you will
see that she carries tho same tail
that ho does." I did look at the
mare on the way out, and it was so.
This carriago of the tail is also a
Denmark characteristic. It is said,
by the way, that this tail has been
transmitted to the Kentucky hcrse
from tho Arab progenitor of tho English
thoroughbred, and that the trait
is due to the fact that the hair was
not allowed to grow upon the tail of
tho Arab till he was Ave years old;
the custom of keeping the tail shaved,
observed through many generations,;
made it thus light and easily held up. '
Uankcrj, . S2i0SiA
lawyers, WmL 'ZzmizmBUSk
and all SBfc. &Z&&ttv!XiiA
W. L. Douclis
Shoes because they
are tbe best.
For ele by
The Style. Fit and Wear
could not be Improved for
Double the Price.
V. L. Douglas $30, $4.00 and $SJ0O Shoes are tie
productions of skilled workmen, from tne best material
possible to put into shoes sold at these prices.
We make also $2.50 and $2.25 shoes for men. and
52.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L.
$3u r'ohce shoe, very suitable lor
letter-carriers, policemen and others having
much walking to do.
TYo are constantly adding new styles to our
alreauv larpo variety, ana were js no reason
why vou cannot be suited, so insist on
having V. L. Douglas Shoes from your
"We tisa only the best Calf, Russia Calf
(all colors, French Patent Calf,
Frenrh Enamel, VIcI Kid, etc.,
graded to correspond with prices
ox uie suoes.
If dealer cannot supply yon,
W.L DOUGLAS. BreeltM, I
AN ANCIENT LETTER.
Mrs. Julia Jones, of Ashland, Mo., pub.
lished in the Bugle of that city, the following
ancient letter, which we think
will be of interest to the younger generation.
This letter was written liefore the
invention of and when letter
postage was 25 cents, paid by the receiver.
The epistle is dated August 3, 1S1C.
and mailed at Richmond, Kentucky to
the following address:
'Air. William Glenn,
County of St. Louis,
Near Wouko Push,"
ami a portion of it reads like this:
-Biothcr: I leccived a letter from
Hugh and James Glenn, dated March
, 1810, stating to me that one of them
would be up this fall concerning some
luml they wished me to giye them sonio
information of. Respecting of it, I wish
you to show them this letter to satisfy
them that 1 never knew of their father
having any land in the State of Ken-lucky,
but one hundred and fifty acres
that he sold la W, A, Bowls. I would
lie glad if he could send me some money
this fall to pay off part ot the cofet of Uiat
suit that you and McCormick brought
against me nud Joseph Glenn, as I have
had all the money to advance. As yet I
have got Brother Joseph's obligation to
jmj' half of all costs ami for half my trouble,
which will amount to fifty dollars
fur attending on the suit. Yours, etc.,
"Do not w rite to me by the post f you
can help it, as money is very scarce in
EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS.
The annual excursion of the C. II. &
D. Railway to Niagara Falls will occur
this year on July Sth. The rate from
Cincinnati, O , will be $7.00.
Ticket will be good five days.
Trains will leave Cincinnati about 12:00
Xoon. The accommodations wjll be
class in every particular. Elegant day
coaches, Pullman and Wagner sleeping
cars. The route is the most interesting
of any. Going via Toledo, Detroit and
the Michigan Central Railway through
the best part of Southern Canada, direct
to the Falls. This is tlie only line, that
passes close to the brink, from which a
full and complete view ot both the American
and Canadian Falls can be seen to
advantage. Niagara is one of the
wonders on the globe everybody
knows of Niagara, and everybody wants
to go there. The C. II. & D. R'y was the
first to inaugurate these cheap excursions,
and always has the best accommodations
provided for its patrons. Persons desiring
full information about this excursion.
ihould address the undersigned and a
descriptive circular will be mailed vou.
D. G. EDWARDS,
r.iss'r Traffic Mg'rC. II. &. D. R'y,
A REMARKABLE DINNER.
Perhaps the most remarkable dinuer
on record was" that given by an antiquary
named Goebel, in the city of Brussels.
At the dinner were apples that ripened
more than 1.S00 years ago, bread made
from wheat grown before the childreu
of Israel parsed through the Red Sea,
and spread with butter that was made
when Elizabeth was Queen of England.
The repast was washed down with wine
that was old when Columbus was playing
with the boys of Genoa. The apples
weie from an earthen jar taken from the
ruins of Pompeii. The wheat was taken
from a chamber in one of tho pyramids,
the butter from a stone shelf in an old
well in Scotland, where for, several
it had lain in an old earthen crock
iu icv water, and the wine was recovered
from an old Vault in the city of Corinth.
THE COMPOSING ROOM.
Wash the office towel. This is no
Have a place for everything and keep
everything in place.
Keep the proof press clean and scrape
of! all hard caked iuk.
Preserve every neat, tasty specimen ot
punting for future reference.
lilow out cases. every day. This will
preserve typeiealtb, and is clean.
Never make Lap-hazard bids. Figure
carefully on every job received.
Have a place for shooting stick and
mallet and see that they are kept in
You cannot do good .work if yon use
the same type for printing books, newspapers
Wet paper is just as good as plaster for
juEtih ing forms; besides it is cleaner and
Discard and dispose of every font of
antiquated, worn-out letter, and replace
witii new and modern faces.
Make compositors number their gal
leys as well as their "takes." This will
avoid much confusion and many mistakes.
Study the tastes of your patrons and
strive to please them. In this way you
will hold your customers and make
Don't throw typo in the boxes when
distributing; it is just as easy and much
more economical to gently drop .type in
Celebrated for its great leavening
xtrength and healthlulness. Assures
the food ORalnst alum and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
brands, koyai. bajcino rowoES CO.,
PICTURESQUE KENTUCKY SCENERY.
Elk Lick Falls and Other Natural Wonders
Elk Li.-k Falls, located 011 the Richmond
pike, twelve and one-half miles
from this city, is a more wonderful natural
curiosity than Richmond jxople
uenerallv realize Two small creeks or
branches meet and fall into a canyon
aliout sixty feet deep, and in the waterfall
is a mass of limestone similar to that
deposited in the caves of this limestone
region, extending from the bottom to the
top of this waterfall. This mass is from
ten to thirty feet wide, and from live to
ten feet thick .and probably contains 100
tons of stone made by the water. The
cliiris shelving about the falls, and yon
can go under it behind the limestone
curtain in the falls on a shelf of the rock.
This branch is a tributary of Elk Lick
and runs on down the gorge with numerous
cascades, one of which, about 200
yards down the branch, is thirty-five or
forty feet high, and it soon joins the
main Elk Lick, and in about n quarter
of a mile pmpties into the Kentucky
river, which miles 'each way from this '
point is liouude I by cliilo from oOO to 400
It is very curioiiH that with the excep
tion of a small amount in one small fill
of a few feet there is no other deposit of
of this limestone in this stream. It
must have required untold ages for the
water to Dake thij enormous deposit,
and this wild ravine of steep cliffs niubt
have had almost its exact present formation
when this deposit began.
If you have time, goon to Cleveland
or Clay's Ferry, as it used to be called,
and observe the brosen strata ol the
earth'scrust wbih crosses the river there
twite, and is fine showing ot this j;re.it
Kentucky geological faujt, which runs
across the rough broken river hills for
about forty miles. The locks north of
this fault have been thrown up several
hundred feet abuve those bouth of the
break; and yet the top surface is so near
this same elevation as to indicate that
this fault occurred iu the rock strata be"
lore the Kentucky river began to cut its
deep pathway along those towering cliffs
now 300 to 500fect above the stream.
If you ride up to the top of the hill on
the Madison county line of the river
you will be 430 ieet above the river and
enjoy a splendid view of river aiid its
On the way to the rier about
nine and a half miles from Lexington
you can ste across Madison county to
"Rig Hill" about seventeen to
twenty miles south ol Richmond, or
or nearly foi ty miles from your point of
This big hill is in Jackson
county, and extends a great many miles
each way around tlie horizon. At least
1-n nail dozen counties are visible lrom
this point. The associate editor of tne
Climax coasted down the steep declivity
called a pike, on the Fayette side last
Wednesday, and later in the week
knelt at the foot of "Big Hill", thirty
miles to the east, whilst between the two
stretches the grandest spot of dirt on the
foot stool, peopled by the chosen of
earth, who think there is no place like
Richmond, no county like Madison no
stale like Old Kentucky!
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 tho Great
Trunk Lines of the North, West and
This is the line par-excellence to Washington,
New York. Roston and the East,
The Queeu and Crescent connects with
every Hue out of Cincinnati.
S. T. SwiFr, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky.
W G. Mokgan. D. P. A., Lexington, Ky.
Suorcmo Ignorance And lis Laughable
The telojihonejoke narrated by Hon.
Y. H.J. Ham, of Georgia, at our court
house eonie weeks ago, lias been equaled
in reality by an occurrence near
Ala. Mi. Ham told how an old farmer
agreed to allow a company to erect
a line across his farm provided be could
hear a voice ten miles away. Accordingly
tbe old gentleman was conveyed to
the nearest telephone station, after having
sent his wife, Nancy, to another station
twelve miles distant. He said he
preferred to talk to Nancy, as he would
her voice. All being ready
the two phones were connected and
undo Hezckiah put the trumpet to his
ear. About that lime a storm came up,
lightning struck the wire tearing; the
box to pieces and knocking the old man
down. "By ganny, boys, that's Nancy:
I her voice. Go oa with your
line," he exclaimed.
The following telegram from Hunt. -ville,
Ala., in the New York Sun, confirms
our belief that Mr, Hum was ghing
us more truth tlnin poetry. It reads:
TOKE DOWN TELEPHONE AVIIISS. IONOSANT
ALABAMA FARMERS CpULDN'r UNDERSTAND
THE LOXG DISTANCE
Until within u few months telephone
lines outside of cities have been unknown,
'hereabouts. Eecently many
towns have linked together and secured
them. r?orae of the ignorant farmers bad
beard of them, but they could not understand
how it was that a man in Hunts-wile
could speak to anbther 100 miles
away It so happened that about the
time th& long-distance telephone was run
out of prices of cotton
depreciate seveial points. The farmer
is jealous of quotations of his cotton and
being unable to account for the slump
in any other way, laid it to the telephone.
At first it was but a mere suggestion,
but later it became the actual belief along
the 'ine built by the (ieorgia and Alabama
Company. So thoroughly imbued
were they with this idea that they took
the law into their own hands, and the
courts have been appealed to by the corporation
to protect its lines. On more
than one 1- ai"in poles have been chopped
down nnd wires cut in two by
in ;hvi; belief that they were responsible
for the low priics of cotton.
One line iu particular, extending from
U.tlsden to Walnut Grove, has been the
victim of this belief at least half a dozen
times. One farmer, after breaking the
wire in two, lied one end to his wagon
and pulled down seven miles of it.
Kentucky Fair Dales.
At the annual meeting of the Kentucky
Fair Association, in the Willaid
Friday afternoon, the following were
eleetid officers for the coining yean
President, W. I. Samuels, Rardstown;
Vice Presidents, J. H. Mallory, Rowling
(irecn, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond ;
Secretary and Treasurer, A. R.
The committee appointed to make
list of dales for this season's fairs submitted
the following, which was adopted
by the meeting:
Versailles, Tuesday. .Tu'y 20.
Richmond, Tuesday, July 27.
Danville, Tuesday, August 3.
Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10.
Rardstown, Tuesday, August 17.
Elizabethtown, Tue-day August 24.
Rowling Green, Wednesday, September
Paducah, Tuesday, September, 7.
.Inly i: will be offered to Winchester,
which was not represented at the meet
A TALK WITH DINGLEY.
(New York Lite.)
"I am Mr. Dingely. Is this Life?"'
"Yes. Good morning, Mr. Dinglcv.
"W what business."
'Why, the woolen business."
"ilow tlo I know? I'm not in the wool
"Oh! I thoug'it you were."
' Non;ence. A few shares, more 01 lets.
that's all. A mere."
'Yes Nothing to speak of "
"Certainly not. Mr. Dingley, Pardon me
for mentioning it. The tariff business is
your real occupation, I presume."
'Vertainly of course."
"As between the active management
of a woolen mill and the active management
of a tariffbill.you prefer the latter."
'To be sure. Now you don't mean to
"Not at all, Mr. Dingley, but a man in
your position dosen't alwavs have the
tasle or judgement to see the impropriety
of some things. If this were so
"Possibly there wouldn't have been so
much hurry over your tariff measure."
"Hut something had to be done."
"Ah, ytb! But did the Feveral million
democrats who elected McKinley tell you
to do this?"
'N-no. Rut we are in now. Resides we
must raise enough revenue."
"Of course. The time is not far distant
when every able bodied man in the country
without a conscience will be drawing
a pension. They must be provided for,
"But the financial system that we put
Mr. McKiuley in to remedy can wait,
"For Bryan to set it right. Good morn
ing, Mr. Dingley."
Kig tobacco Bales daily is the rulo at
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of P.irkersburg, V. Va., Reconi
mends Wrights Celery
Parkersiiuro, W. Va.,
January 20, liWo.
The Wright Med. Co.,
- Gentlemen: I have been using
Wright's Celery Capsules since November,
1S94. and Und them to bo as recommended.
I first began taking them
while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment
for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and
Stomach trouble Constipation which 1
bad been a long sufferer. I found the
Celery Capsules gave me great relief
from the beginning and have used them
ever Biuce. With pleasure, and unsolicited,
I recommend them to any and
all Buffering with like, afllictious or either
of them. Very truly yours.
Charles T. Caldwell.
Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist. Trice
50c ents and 1.00 per box. Call at dm g
store and get free Bample. . 0- -
The undersigned has three separate small
farms which he offers at private sale separately
or together. All three are situated at ,
WHITE'S - STATION
on the waters of Silver Creek. Th,ey contain
respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are well
watered and well improved farms. There is
no better land in Madison county, most ot it
-RICH B0TT0H LAND.-
It is a fine neighborhood anti accessible by
turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills,
etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post
Office, ten miles from Richmond.
TERMS Salu will be made one-third cash,
balance to suit purchaser. For particulars,
Geo. D. White,
White's Station, Ky.
CLIMAX. - ; I
YOLTJME XL RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, L89T.
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Are you subject to colds on j
slight exposure, always tired j
and feverish, and have frequent
attacks of Indigestion and Bil- 3
iousness? Depend upon it,
your liver is out of order. Begin
time, arouse the liver to activity
and purify the blood,
building up health and strength
to resist the attacks of more
serious ailments by taking
QUART BOTTLE. j
t a sure, quick, and certain cure 5
t for all diseases caused by impure j
blood or torpid liver. '
Quart Dottles, $:. i
WILUArtS. DAVIS, PROOXS & CO.
t Detroit, Mich.
i fclck Hc;(1i;h
Sold by D. Z. fc T. IJ. Taylor,
At 'Walter Azbkus Liveby Steele.
All kinds of hand-made hirnesi. cheaper
than can be bought any wher; in Richmond.
Gi e us a trial and be con incrd. Satisfaction
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rf) d n urir. i
u cr. H.Y KUNNING
Every Wheel Guaranteed.
Seed for catalo rue.
H1SPSHIRE GYGLE ESFG. GO.,
ij e3rnible dealers invited to P
( respond witn us.
FIFTY DOLURS A WEEK EASILY MADE
T Agents wanted in every locality for lion
W. J. Bryan's great book, '"Ihe First Battle."
The best scllsr ever produiied. Agents arc
as many as 200 orders er week Beware
of fraudulent imitations. Se'ld far outfit and
besrin work at once. V. B CONKEY COMPANY,
Pabllshcrs, 311 Djaroorn Street, Chicago.
BED WETTING CURED
OR NO PAY. Sfas. B. 51. BO WAN, Milwaukee,
UE0. W. KII.EY
Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends
Wright's Celerv Capsules.
Shelbyville, Ky., Slar -'(i, "JG. Tr
Wright Medical Co., Col., O.:
(iHiitK 1 have purch ied a Imx ol
Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N".
Mitlilelton, (Iruibt, und used them h i
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liverand Constipation
and found that thsy cave me immediate
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours veiy truly,
9 Geo. W. Rilev.
HOW TO FIN!) OUT.
Fill a bottle or common water glass
with urine and let stniul twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling indicates a
di-eased condition of the -kidneys.
When urine stains linjn it is positive
evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre
qnent desire to urinate or pain in the
back, is also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder prt'out of order.
WHAT TO DO-
There is comfort in tho knowledge
so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, lier, blndder
everypartof the uriniry passges. It
corrects inability to hold uriae and
sca'.diug'paiu iu passing it, or bad effects
following use oi liquor, wine or beer,
and overcomes that'unjlleasant necessity
of being compelled to f ;et up many times
durinc the night to urinate- The mild
and the extraordinary effect of
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cilre3 of the most
distressing cases. If yoji need a medicine
you should have the bttl. Sold by druggists,
prite fifty centK and one dollar.
For a sam pie bottle a nil pamphlet, both
sent fiee by mail, nicnKrbn tho Climax,
and send yemr full posl rollite address to
Dr. Kimer & Co.j Bin ihampton, N- Y.
Tho propretor of tliia paper guarantee
-the genuineness ot thi
eornsli?3HRi. Cascsrrts are the West
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ill., iiiirnro. 3.onirr.ii. 1 n.. or.rrr mrs. 11 -
lib jii ju rmrr
&& SOLD m
A1 AH & RICHMOND.
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The Finest Kigs,
The Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention.
Tlie Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Teleplions Your "Cousin,"
P. B. BROADDUS.
Henley's Old btand.
No. 25. 33-
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nortrpjver joj4ifil vlwr. Abr' t . i i
ntefMi to C"ir3 Kcrv n"i, Vli.iKt
Xra ctcn yt Sl'z' !y 7 !( ra o?tV"w
np, avd o?I eft. ' t tJJ 'ust c nr'tfyi r
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i- rcr box, or O for ?', A
rlttcn (2t!jira&:ee t" Car .
""nv P.inr,ilnt fto SoM by !niIt. A '!r
Solil by Uiclimoni Drug Co. ami W. G.
wJPra S OUTHERN
Schedule in elect May 2. 1897.
EARTUU.ND No. I. No. 5. Na ?
l.v. LouUviUo ., 7 4.20tm' 7.jipn
Ar. bh'elbyville. 9 K'-in Si7pQi 8.51pn
Ar.L 9.55am &35tm .C0p.n
Versailles.. 10.17am d50pm 9.4Sn.n
Ar. Loxington.. IttW.im IQlOpn
WEs BOUND Na d No. 2. Na
Lv. Lexlnton 7. Oam 5.10pm 5 U5a:a
Ar. Versillles 8.15am 5.-S m
Ar.La'renceb'g 8.35am COOpm s.4Jaa
Ar. Shelbyville 9. "Sam .lptr assaai
Ar. Louisville 10.55am a 15pm
Trains Nos. 1, 2, 5 and 6 carry Free 0&iervi
tion Chair Cars.
EASTB J UND. WE?TEOCSn
Na IllNa 11 sta loss. No I- -.o. t
4 7 4am Lv Loulsril Ar
&3ipm 9.55am ArLarncbrif Ar iijpin S"wm
,7.25pm la 15am ArllaroJsbgAr J.31pinl 7.35fm
,7.40 pm .0"8 m Ar tOpm' 75m
Na 15. t.So 07. SIAIIONS Nu. !4'Na 8.'
4.SOpm 7.45am Lr Loulsvil Ar lUooam 8.15pm
5.47pm 9.10aml ArShelbvil Ar 9.:6am 6.45.m
SMpai 10. 7am Ar Versiles Ar 8.05am 4. 1 oim
.TiOpm lL0im Ar Midway Ar 7 4 lam 3.Zi,a
7J0pm I 15pm ArGeorstn Lv 7 15am itOjtm
, XAStnotTMX WESIBOCXD
tNo. 1 tNoR. STATlByt t.N'o tNo. 2.
7.44am 4.7IPU1 .v LouUvll Ar IJ 55 in tU5?m
lOSaim S.57pta Lv Versltes Ar 7.55am a.30)ta
11. 00am 7 3"jpm ArNlchlvlUAr &58am
lt.58pm 8.30pm ArltichmodLv & 05am 3 43)m
L05nm Lr Irvine Lt LOTjm
STATIONS. No. I No. 3.
Lt. Louisville.... 7 45am 31 sm
A-- Lexington. ... laaOaro lllCpm
Ar. Knoxville... dtaipm "ZCim
Ar Asteville L3Sam 1.1! pin
Ar savannah 5 00im
Ar. Jacksonville... SICim
AT. Cualtanooa.... 7 4opm 0.UC.m
Ar. Atlanta 5.00am ll.iC.im
Ar. Macon S.loatn llllpm
Ar Jacksonvlllo.... 9.10pm 8.1(3m
Lr aoipm Stfara
Ar. Dlrmlnitham.... Il.&'Jpm 10,a am
Ar. Meridian... n.. 4.45am
Ar. New Orleans.... U23am
Na 1 carries Free Chair canLouIsvlll i to
Lexington there connecttnij with Solid
bu!o Train carrjlns Pullmaa Sleepiai Car Via
Chattanooga to Birmingham aad New
i No. 3 carrt&J Pallmaa Sloapar LoalSTlUa ' toi
Chattanooga, and Atlanta, also Lixlnsriottlo
Jacksonvlllo via Hot Sprlnss. Aalovillo. 'ind
Compartment Sleeper Lsxinstoa to Now Or-
i fDallT Except Sunday.
A. Whxdojt.P. iT. A.. & T. Swirr. P. &TJ
Louisville, Ivy. Lexlnxton Ky.
"W. H GRkKN, Gen. Supt, J M. CDCP, T M.,
. Washlnjtoa, D. C. washlnston. VC
P. A.. "VVSt H. TATLOB.AQ liA.1
il- liraablBFtan. u. C. .j
fciiajs n r n.
"Nothing else like it:"
The moat refreshing; and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
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BBTBHEOUS u $&i n s
y PRICE 25? m ws
i -i i i i a
1 It lasts twice as long as otters.
A trial wilt convince ycu of ii3 great
merit. Win pi:as: ins mos: lasuoious.
Mir. of FRENCH MILLED TOILET
SOAPS AND PERFUMEJtV.
F. 0. Og,'s Corsets ?
FEATHERBOHE CORSET CO,
W. D, 0LDHA4I k COItiFANY.
1 m vPyisaU r
Sorond Street, between Main and
Water, rear of Di.linghain bni!dinr,
K'ichinond Ky. Heady to do ell kinds
of lilarksmithing promptly in the lett
norkuianlike manner. S-7
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen by buying direct
from the manufacturer.
Ii " 'i mf
No belter wlcol made than the
ttuELL Si a vr 7 SV
Built in our factory by
skilled vvorkmen. using the best
material and the most improved
machinery. Via hero no agents
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
anywhere for examination.
Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, Ind.
9 r FREE EDUCATION ?
X An education at Harvard, T ale.
t nr unv ftrtr tnltfum rr mcl itfitinn 'S
of learrsiks in the United States, S
or in the Xew England Conserva- ).
torv of Mnsif. can lift secured hv v
f any jounx man or woman who is
a in Write for particulars a
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K. tJ. DiVJSION.
In Effect March 1, lSDffi.
lv. Express for CiifcinnMiJ AKV
a. if. I'ans, 3'avsvill', p. x.
chester and Lexiatoa
63 mail. ZS8
m. ville, estor and
L'.Oj ljxinetoa mail. lJo
1.10 lico. Pinecilte. 1255
Fast line for LivinjstoB, a- m.
11.43 Indon,Jellico Knoxville 310
a. m. Fat line for Cincinnati, p. m.
3 10 Paris. Wincliestvr. 11.43
r m. UoniHtid. lincs.ster and a. m
1.2."i tanfonI. 10:10
MM k Mm Mm,
la ESet March I, UK.)
DAILY KXCETT SUNDAY.
Lve Frantfert. .. SN C8
Arr Klkhorn. . . .. S 45 3 2
" Switzer ..SSt 3 3
' StarMpicc GrearxL. ;e 3W
Davalls 7S 3M
' Gforgetown 7 19 4 16
Lve GeorBetewn.. 8 9 4 38
Arr Newtown .. S 2 4 ft
" CentreviHe.. .Sn 4 38
" Elizabeth SIS. 4 V
Paris . . . 849 & W
Lve Paris .. 9 S 18
Arr Elizabeth . . . . 9 32 I2
CentreviHe .3W S R
' Newtown.. 9 W 5 "8
" Georgetown H W l.
Lve GeoTfcetowra HH S 3
Arr DuvalL M K S ll
' Stamping GnmwL ... II W 6 :s
" Switier II SB 6
Elkhorn H 35 7
Frankfort lt S 7 J9
C. D. BERCAW. Gea'I Pass. Agent.
GEO. B. IIABPER, Gea'I Sit.
Ghes&pe&ka ui Clio Eaita&y.
Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky.
ML Sterling and Lexington Aeeom S X am
Eastern Express for Louisville 7 38 am
Morehead and Lexington Accohu . 3 00 pm
New York Limited K. F. V 4 M r
Lexington and Morehead Aeeom.. 9 15 am
New York Limited F. F. V. 11 S8 ara
Lexington and Mt. Sterling Aeeom. . 6 30 pro
Washington Express 9 38 pm
Accommodation trains ran daily except Sen
dar. Other trains run daily.
Through sleeping and dining ear service, to
For information, rates orsleeperreserratlons
call on or write S. HOOD. Airent LfcX.Ry.,
or GEORGE W. BARNEY,
D. P. A. C. A O. Ry., Lexington. Ky.
VTko can think
Idea ot seme simple
thrng to patentr
Protect jour Idea: ther mar brtns you wealth.
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mi uat oi two ncsarea UTeauons wantea.
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with a weakness that blihU hits life awl
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worth Iivin;;, if he avail himself of a
complete cure, why not posM the moral
co irage to stop hw downwanl course.
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DK. II0EE3IA.VS VITAL
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to permmfntlv cure Lir 11
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MliMT EMISSIONS ami all uiiBatBral
drai.w. Ueturns to former appearances
Xj U. O. L. fauul nor recipe decept Jen.
If we could not cure, we would not send
our medicine FBKE t try, and pay when
xatistie.1. Write toilv.'as this liiav not
apjairagun. Address -,. ,.,
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EVER DISCOVERED. V
Sold for a quarter of a s
turywirh continually T
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t Does this not mean merit ?
125,000 Children yearly Sent to
their Graves by lYorms.
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PRICE. 2.Tf. Tr:it 1IOX.
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