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IS IX AtiKaiCA.
British Bimetallists Looking
to Tliis Country to Take
ENCOURAGED BY ELECTION.
Exgrcss Satisfaction at Their Annual Meet-
ing With The Platforms.
IN. Y. Jonrnald.
Manchester, Englaud, June 2. The
repoit it ad at the annual meeting of the
Bimetallic League. liich opened here today,
said the most important eventof the
jear was the election for President in the
United States'tt lion Bryan polled fi,iXXV
000 votes an the platform of national bimetallism
and McKinley polled 7,000,000
votes on a plalfortii pledging liitn to promote
The report then refers to the support
said to have been civen to international
bimetallism by M. Mel i ne, the French
Premier, in the Chamber of Deputies,
and touches upon the mission to Europe
of Senator Edward 0. Wolcott, of
nhich "was ho ftirccsxful that it led
to the appointment of the special
now in France, to which it is earnestly
hoped such co-operation till be
ncconled by leading nations that an
agreement will be concluded
at an early date."
The report of the Bimetallic League
coiitlinlfh as follow s :
"WliHu the necessity for international
bimetalliBru was never greater than at
present, the council can with confidence
S4iliini that necr since 1ST3 have the
prospects been so hopeful. In iew of
the terious attempt now making to
a settlement on an international basis,
ih earnestly calls ou all friends of
monetary icfortn to redouble their efforts
during the coining year."
The aniiu.il reortof the league expressed
the diepebt regret at the dea'h of
Francis A- Walker, of Bofeton.
as one of the greatest economic
authorities of the century."
Ixrd Aldenham, a director of the Bank
of England, in a letter to the league, SHid:
"Our objects w ill be gained il the Unit
ed fctates and France, oreomeothergreat
coiuinereial nation, agree to carry the
natt r through, even without England,
though it would bo only political wisdom
to add our forces to theirs. It is certain
that the United Slates means business
anil exjec;s success or the President
would not have sent Senator Wolcott and
his colleagues to negotiate, and it is fi.it
isfactory to know from the Chancellorof
the Exchequer that he will do all he can
facilitate the mission."
Other letters were received from A. J.
Balfour, Henry Chaplin, Alfred
the Duke of Fife and the Maupuis
The Queen and Crescent trains arc 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 the line par-excellence to Washington,
New York Boston and the East.
The Queen and Crescent counectswith
etery line out of Cincinnati.
T. Stvirr, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky.
W G. Momian. U. P. A., Lexington, Ky.
Will tha Cotlcctcr's Offics Be Removed?
There is a rumor floating around to
the effect that the Collector's office is
co bo removed to Danville- upon the
appointment of Mr. John W.Yorkes
a collector. We see no good reason
for thi, in view of the fact that our
new $1CO,000 government building
will bo ready for occupancy on July
I or Atipust 1, and the apartments of
Collector of Internal llevcnue are
handsomely furnished and ready for
Hon. .las. 1. McCreary, of this cily,
had the olllce of collector moved to
Richmond when he was in Congress
in 1K85, and kept it here, lie
the appropriation for
the buiSdiiijjwith a view to tho permanent
location of the revenue ofllco
here. Were he our Coiigreshinan now
it is safe to say the rumor nevor
would have raineLcurrency.
Tho following ommeiits would
beam to indicate some grounds for the
Danville people will make a strong
pull toward having tho revenue ofHco
removed to that place lrom
if Hon. John W. Yerkes is appointed
collector. The ofllco brings
much money to a towit, and Richmond
will resist the move It was a
sad blow to .Lancabterwhen tho office
was taken from heie. Lancaster Record.
Richmond people are raising n, rip-pet
because of the prospective remov
al of the collector's olHcc to Danville
when Mr. Yerkes is appointed. They
may as well, however, hold theirsouls
in peace We have it pretty straight
that tho office will bo removed to
Danville. Stanford Journal.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Gen. Clay and Cuba.
The Veteran Slavery Hater
Touches up The Cuban
In a Fiery Letter to The Review, he Says
Cuban Should be Free.
Gen. Cassias Marcellus Clay, the fiery
and eloquent abolitionist, whose newspaper
ofiice was mobbed because of his
anti-slavery principles and whoso remarkable
speeches in favor of
were delivered under the protccti'n
of pistols, is still living in Kentucky
at the advanced age of eighty seven
Last week the Review put to him the
following question; ''Is the United
States doing its duty towards Cuba? If
not. what should be its course?"
He replies, in a letter, full of force and
meaning, as follows:
In every constitutional government
ABSOLUTE roWEK IWt
is inherent. In the United States it ret
with the majority of the legal voters at
quadrennial elections and is delegated
for execution to the men chosen by law.
It is the duty of loyal citizens then to
MtUinit to "the powers that be" even in
the vital question of life or death.
This is not an Athenian Democracy,
not, futher, a Roman Republic but an
advance evolution of liberty and civilization.
Iteiiigonly one of the people
and out of power, it is not my part to say
cat etroric.il ly that the United States is
or is not doing its duty toward Cuba.
Abstract principles may and mostly
do piveni the actions of every thoughtful
citizen. But the difference of views
is the necessity of the submission to
I prefer I hereloro to speak of my .own
views rather than censure others, espee
ially those w ho are in a wider field of
observation. It would hardly be possible
for the man on shore to run the ship
better than the commander at sea.
Under the Providence of God this
world is the sdene of contest between
good and evil, and so will be found. We
may safely hope thaf it will bo otherwise
n the infinity of the other worlds. I have
much of the optimism of my youth,
and lo ok w illi more seienity upon Pope's
"Let fools about forms of government
That, which is best administered, is
So far as Cuba is concerned I have
bt en for life against Slavery; and Cuba
bus been a laud of slavery from the time
of the Spanish Conquest.
1 am agiiifct slaery there and every-here.
The Monroe doctrime was good in its
day, but not today.
America belongs to Americans, and
all others Must c.kt our
Great Uritaiu is the robber of the
world, and Spain is her watch-dog.
K11.1 Tiin cuit!
Great Rritian is running upon the
same lines as the Dark Ages. She follows
all the fallen empires of the past,
and must go down in the same way.
She trains her cannon upon us from
the Southern seas, from the Pacific,
from the North, from the isle of Cuba
w hen made desert by crimes, equalled
only by thoe against Greece.
Shall we wait till she gives the word
I and my father, Green Clay, and my
ancestors of old have fought England for
nearly one hundred and fifty years.
We have nothing against the people of
England of Ireland, of Wales, of Scotland
Let them all be free.
We fight not the people, hut the civil
Lucifer of Earth perfidious Albion
the Infernal Devii of Milton.
1 want the United States to cover this
Northern Continent to the Southern isthmus
10 keep il intact against the navies
of ihe world forever
Cuba, Samoa and the teles of the
and Pacific ocean should be Free.
with their own forms of government.
A circuit of these isles aud South
Ameiica would give us all the products
of the world, and the question of tariff
aud free trade would be heard no more.
Russii is the great power of the Eastern
continents and America the great
jower of the West. By their
the earth would be divided but
there's enough for both. New Ulm
(Minn.) Review, June 16.
STOCK AND FARM.
It is aliotit settled that Versailles will
have no tail this summer.
Mr. Jas. M. Graves, of Woodford, exhibits
a bunch of blue-grass cut from bis
vr.rd, that measures 4 feet and 4 inches
llarrodsburg Democrat: "Tho price of
new wheat when the market opens
Bhould be about 70 cents a Ddshel, but if
the farmers lose their heads and rush the
grain in too fust, it may co down as low
B6 CO cents for a time. The prico of the
cereal in the local market will depend
largely upon what the Southern Market
Mr. Joe A. Cohen went to Cinncinnati
Monday nicht with a car-load of sheep
and Iambi that he bought in Anderson
county last w eek. lie purchased from
John Middlcton of that county 30 sheep
The Style, Fit nnd Wear
could not be Impraveit for
Double the Pce.
V. L. Douglas $30, $4.00 and $5.00 Sfiocs are tie
productions of yftfllrd workmen, from, the best material
possible to cut into shoes sold at these prices.
WeiaaJceaisoouand3snoesiof men, asa
$i50, $2jX) and $J J5 for boys, and the W.1,
Douglas $oo0 folice fhoc, very suitable tor
letteroimers, polkemtn tsd others having
much walking to do.
TTe arc constantly adding new styles to our
already large Tarlely, and there Is no
Celebrated (or Its great leavening
strength and healthtulnesa. Assures
the food against almn and all forms
of ad alteration common to the cheap
brands, kotal bajcixq ro wdee co.,
mid 25 lambs for $120; from Jolin Baxter,
20 ewes and 21 lambs, for $1)0; from
dins. Tolles, ten 75-pound lambs at 5
cents, and eight 100-pound yearlings at
3 rents. Versailles Sun.
'Squire Chas. Gentry, of Mercer, tells
the llarrodsburg Democrat that ho has
never known it to fail that a large Iocnst
bloom U always followed by a heavy corn
crop. The bloom this year is very I'ght
and, therefore, he thinks that the corn
crop will lie short of lat year, when the
bloom was unusually full. He also says
it will be a great honey car becanbo of
the abundant white clover bloom.
BRYAN'S Speech at Cincinnati
Alter Repealed Ovations, Makes an Eloquent
When the profound and eloquent Bar-tine
had finished Hon, U. J. Bronston
tilled the interval to tho arrival of Hon.
William Jennings Bryan. Mr. Bronston
is a beautiful talker nnd greatly pleaded
the crowd. When Mr. Bryan came into
the hall at 0 33 o'clock he was given a reception
that would have made a vain
man much pleasedwith himself. He was
escorted into the building by his frjend,
Horace B. Dunbar, and a shouting, enthusiastic
crowd of' follow ere. The great
audience took up the enthusiaFni, and
for fullv three minute the crowd yelled
itself hoarse. His entrance on the stage
was the signal for another outburst of
enthusiasm, and the inspiration of the
occasion struck the Chairman, who pre
sented Mr. Bryan inatery prcttyspceth.
Mr. Brown said that he wanted to present
the advance agent of truth, who last year
had traveled 18,000 miles, and win is
nearer to the hearts of the people than
any other man that lives to-day. As Mr.
Bryan stepped to the front of the stage
the splendid assemblage gave him another
ovation. The distinguished leader of
the Democracy appeared in the be6t of
condition. He began in his characteristic
'Lanus and Gextlkmkn: I might begin
wIiatT have to say with what we
used to repeat as schoolboj s, I came not
here to talk ; you know too well the story
of our thraldoni.'
JUST PASSING THROUGH.
"I was just passing through your city
and wished simply to show my interest
in the cause which jou represent. I
would like to have heard the speech of
that brilliant and one of the most able of
biiuetallibts, Charles A. Townc. I would
lite to have heard General Finley, a pioneer,
but I have worked hard at my trade
since I fiist went into it. I am sorry I
did nut hear Mr. Dartine, that close
soner and thinker. I wish you all god
speed. There is a great necessity for organization,-You
should be banded closely
together. Do not be discouraged by
the condemnation of agitation. Sometimes
I hear high tarifrKepublicansnrgue
against Agitation of the silver question,
and yet I remember that the Home Mar
ket Club has nver ceased to agitate
for a liiyh tariff1. The Bame is true of the
low tariff Democrats. We should never
cease to agitato until we get the money
of the constitution. I have only one argument
against the agitation of thoBilver
question, and that is that events are so
shaping themselves that there is no need
of agitation. The last campaign taught
the people that there is6omething wrong.
Doth parties agreed to that fact. The
Democrats said that the troub'e was the
financial question and the Republcans in
sisted that it was the tariff question. Wo
held that the mints should be opened.
They said not more cash but more confidence.
We aro in the attitude of wishing
prosperity, but will not deny that it
is very slow in coming. The people are
sick. When a man is sick he wants n
doctor, and he watches the treatment
prescribed to see if ho gets any better.
People who were afraid of a fifty-cent
J lar six months ago would be glad to get
a twenty-five-cent dollar now.
ANY KIND OP A DOLLAR.
' I-know of somo banks that have a
hard time explaining to their customers
why they are not able to pay in any kind
of dollars. 1 believe that these organizations
will be useful in teaching the people
their duties nnd seeing the truth.
When people tell us that agitation is had
I say that there is but one remedy undi r
a republican form of government like
ours, and that islo turn over the affairs
of the nation So one man, and let him
think, net and enjey for us. As long as
laws are made by and for the people wo
must have agitation and discussion. The
way to stop it is not to Bay,. 'Peace, be
still, but to remove tho cause of it. A
painter was asked to Taint a picture of
the Children of Israel crossing the lied
Sea. The piclure, was to be on the side
of a church, and no one was to see it until
it was finished. When it was done,
there 'was disappointment for all the
painting disclosed was an open rough
sea. Some one asked the artist why he
didn't show the.Children of Israel, and
he said that they Had crossed over. Then
he was become of-Pharaoh's
hosts, andjjho replied that they
bad gone BBder. 'jXhis was the wav it
be with' flie flnancialtquestiorf
thosilverpeoileJronld have crossed 'to
the ouoside,and the gold standard wou!d
have gone underii. ' - '
Mr. JBryanreda clipping, from a paper
showing theigreat deprpciatuniiiof
farm lands in EBfianuV under .the same
conditions tliut bt.Ve brought the aume
results ill this cointry; Hek continued:
, 'ivVheallrt fSvrWi5'tliat"lwbiad
k Main street, orer JHadisoa Kattonall .---.. r, -.. .- - "''Ti l i,
Ml !&&' a wimp
of money changers their indignation will
be aroused. Wo all realize that the undertaking
business is legitimate.
jcst as tun.
"'Wc must have tome one to bury the
dead, and aro greateful that there are
people to do it, but, suppose that in older
to stimulate Iheirbusinessanil create
an additional demand for coffins, tho undertaker
slmmd disseminnte the germs of
sma'lpox or unc other fearful disease,
dojoupii tose that the people would
not rie m their majesty and make trouble?
The monopoly of the gold standard
b i done this very thing to create human
ini'cry aud suffering, and yet has the
audacity to ak that the people commend
its work. You can not organize too
many bimetallic clubs nor spread the
gospel too far. Let it be know n that you
want your opponents to onwiize. because
they cannot defend a bad cause. We
want them to put up the best argument
on their side. We hope that our people
are so partrioUc that they rejoice if the
defeat of their ideas brine prosperity Let
ua carry on this woik until victory
crowns our efforts."
Mr. Br an was frequently interrupted
by applause, although hespokanot more
than 20 minutes. When he finished
Chairman Brown declared tbe convention
adjoined until this morning. Mr.
Hitan was followed to the Gibson House
by a great crowd, and, with his usual affability,
he stayed out on the sidewalk
and shook, the hands of gcvera' hundred
enthusiastic friends. Then ho retired to
his room, where he held a conference
with General Warner and others.
EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS.
The nnnual excursion of the C. II. &
D. Railway to Niagara Falls will occur
this yar on July 8th. The rate from
Chattanooga, will be $14.25.
Tickets will be good seven days.
The rate from Cincinnati, will be $7.00.
Tickets will be good fiye days.
Traingwill leave Cincinnati about 12.00
Xoon. The accommodations will be first-class
in every particular. Elegant day
coaches, Pullman and Wagner sleepinu
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 the 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
adnntai:e. Kingara is one of the greatest
wonders on the globe everybody
knows of Niagara, and everybody wants
to go there. The C. H. & D. It'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,
should address the undersigned and a
descriptive circular will be mailed you.
D. G. EDWARDS,
Pass'r Traffic Mg'rC. H. & D. It'y,
At the annual meeting of the Kentucky
Fair Association, in the Willard
Friday afternoon, the following were
elected officers for the comiug yean
President, W. I. Samuels, Bardstown;
Vice Presidents, J. II. Mallory, Bowling
Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond;
Secretary and Treasurer, A. R.
The committee appointed to make
list of dates for this season's fairs submitted
the following, which was adopted
by the meeting:
Versailles, Tuesday. Ju'y 20.
Richmond, Tuesday, July 27.
Danville, Tuesday. Augusts.
Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10.
Rardslown, Tinsday, August 17.
Eliztbethtown, Tuesday August 24.
Bowling Green, Wednesday, September
Paducab, Tuesday, September, 7.
July 13 will be offered to Winchester,
which was not represented at the
.HM. C. T. CALDWELL,
of P.trkeraburg, W. Va., Recommends
rAEKEusnuno, W. Va.,
January 2G, 1095.
The Whigiit Men. Co.,
Gentlemen: I have been using
Wright's Celery Capsules since November,
1S94, and find them to be as recommended.
I first beiran taking them
while at Hot Springs, Atk, under treatment
for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and
Stomach trouble. Constipation which I
had been a long sufferer. I found the
Celery Capsules gave me great relief
from the beginning and have nsed them
ever since. With, pleasure, and unsolicited,
I recommend them to any and
all suffering with like afflictions or either
of them. Very truly j'onrs,
Ciiam.es T Caldwell.
Sold by T. S Hagan, Druggist. Price
50c cuts and $1.00 per box. Call at dru g
store and get tree sample. 6- -
The undersigned has three separate small
farms which he offers at private sale ncparately
or together. All three arc situated at
on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain
respectively 83 and 1S5 acres, and are well
watered and well improved farms. There Is
no better land in Madison county, most of 1
-RICH BOTTOM LAND.-
It is a fine neighborhood and:' accessible by
turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, "nulls,
etc.,aU?thiitarailoo White'sStatlon Post
Office, te&tallcs from Kichmoad:
TERMS Sale wilTbe jaade one-third cash,
balance- to salt - purchaser.. Forpartica!rst
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VOLUME XL RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1897. NUMEER 4. i
W rish li caution all users of Simmons
v r I.pgnUtor on a subject'of the deepest
r .i ami importance to their health
up llieir lives. The sole proprietors
1 iiryprs of Simmons Liver Regulator
n At are often deceived by
a h! taking some medicine of a
r rni ' or lasie, oeiievmg u to
i Tiiu'in Ijiver Regulator. We Tram
.a hat i.nWj the word Regulator is on
r ti. parkage or bottle, that it is not Simmons
1 t RcnihtT No one els, makes, or
--i Liver Regulator, or
i ' trv called Simmons Liver Regulator,
i-v J H Zeihnit Co., and no medicine made
. anr n e se i the same. , We alone can
r ' up and we cannot be responsible, if
o medicines represented as the Bame do
r if i you u you are led to expect they
w Bear thia fact well in mind, if you have
i -"3 in the habit of us.ng a medicine which
x be Simmons Liver
r tveciu'e thn name was somewhat like
i' ami the package did not have the word
r on it, you have been imposed
ipn and have not been taking Simmons
L ver Regulator at all. The Regulator has
tn favorably known for many years, and
a vho ue it know how necessary it is for
f eier and Ague. Bilious Fever,
p Headache. Dycpepsia, and all disorders
- rig from a Diseased Liver.
Weaskyoa to look for yourselves, and
s- that Simmons Liver Regulator, which
you era readilv distinguish by the Red Z
on rapper, and by our name, is the only
medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. If. ZEIL1N & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
Ml MIL' KKD (iOLllEX.
KT IIMttNIt, Kkntuokv.
I iF iffirr ad joining A .R Jiurnatn't.
Richmond, - - Kkktucky.
):Tic in the Bummi Building, next door to
I anncr's National Bank.
C. P. MIU1H.
W. 8. MODCttLET.
t ftURNAM C MOBCRLCY.
niCIIMOKD. - - - KENTUCKY.
OKKicnin Bnrmra Bnildinc recently
jurd br A E- Bnrnam.
RICHMOND, - KENTUCKY.
over Ta lor h Hanhvare store, on-
j. ite Court Hoiiso, on Main Street.
II. K. IlOtJti,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Iln iiMuM), - - Kestccky.
1 Office No K! First St.. tip 31 HO
(HAN'T II LILLY,
A TLA W,
iniMOND, - - Kentucky.
S. W. corner M lin and Pwowl
HtreetM up stairs. Will practice in nil
the courts of MadiKin aul inIiMiiiini:
u ides and Court of Appeals.
J C. & T M. CUKNAULT,
A TTORXEYS A T LA II',
u II IIMIIMI Kentucky,
i'tiii on Sim."oh1 street, over Chen-
jt'ili . "wcrv.
A TTORXE Y-A T-LA W.
H"hmimd, ------ Kentuchi.
K ('ilIetion? snlicUMl.
DR. IT. R. GIBSON,
ruY.iiciAX axd surgeon,
Kichmom). ... Kentucky.
Orltce in the loc t'c.lins bmltlin?. iS and so Sec-
onH Street, oirrr Wntie eld drticstore 27-
I ETEJtlXARY SURGEON,
Grmltialc Ontario Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentiitry and Sterility a Sjecialty.
tlflice nn tJirt over New York Store, corner
llrfin and rlrt streets. Ricbtnood 46-
n. a jaspjzr, m. jy.
Meilicine and Stin:ery.
Oflico Collins nuildins:. Main Street.
l"Iephone lit retiilence (the Cnrr rce) on
KiciiMo.vn, ----- Kentucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OTice in Smith Ruilding, No. Main Street, nr
tun. Office honr ix to ana 4 to a clock.
DR. JQJIN M. FOSTER,
lliciiMONn. - Kentucky
Telephone at fnce and residence. V
r W. EVANS, M. D.,
rjiYsicus and Surgeon,
Richmond. ... - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond ... Kentucky
B O.I'.ccati'I residence ou Third Street. fcfslglgSkli3fes
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Br ennmrnxr &'kBwffiv!$5?iaBSX
H Ri Huos'u, - Kkxtucky BJiiJgSjisgSBgt
H !,..... W 'SJSsSgsSSI3 son wit tou cannot do suiiea, so insist on
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f li ran, 9j to M .; 1:00 4 M. Iwjcrs, BBL "fBIA """ -
f ""-Practice limited to Tlivsiciana VBaLv"t We rise only the belt CaLf, It umU Calf
Br i and all Bfte gS&( (all colors), French Patent Calf,
f economical lP4WKg. French Enamel, VIci Kid, etc.,
I J. C. Mouctx. J. A. Yates. menwtar PKV S!?Tfri graded, to correspond with prices
Bi W. U Douilu Bu':P. ofthesnoes.
BlarnRR4"N Shoes because they
GO, arothebeit. BBi If dealer cannot supply you,
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pin nd booklet far. Ad. RTEKLnG KEMI 01
and the hundred and one similar
ills caused by impure blood
or inactiye liver, quickly yield
to the purifying and cleansing
properties contained in
It cures permanently by acting
nrttnrallv rn all ortrans of the
body. Asa blood-cleanser, flesh-
builder, and health-restorer, it
has no equal. Put us in Quart
Bottles, and sold at Si each.
WILLIAMS, DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
q Take Llrerettcs for Llrer Ills. 25c j j
Sold by D Z. & T. B. Taylor,
AtWaltkbAzbell's Livery Stablk.
All kinds of hand-made harness, die per
than can be bought any where in Richmond.
Qire us a trial and be continceJ. Satisfaction
c c 2 03 cooag"
i BICYCLE S I
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1 1 Responsible dealers incited to $
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riITV"DOLLR3A WEEK E31LY JtADE
T Agents wanted in every locality for Hon.
W. J. Bryan's great book, "The First Bsttle."
The best seller ever produced. Agents are
taking as many as 230 orders per weeK Iliware
of fraudulent imitations. for outCt and
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Publishers, 311 Dearborn Street
BED WETTING CURED
OR NO PAY. Mks. U. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee,
UE0. W. U1I.EY
Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends
Wrijlit's Celery Capsules.
Shelbvville, Ky., Slay 26, '96, To
Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.:
(JputB I have purchased a box of
Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. K.
Miildelton, druistj and used llicm t r
Sour ?tomacb, Torpid Liver and Constipation
and found that they ctvo rre immediate
relief even' time. 1 thiu t it an
Yours very truly,
0 Geo. W. Rilev.
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common watur glass
with urine and let stand
bours; a sediment or settling indicates a
diseased condition of tho kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is positive
evidence of kidney trouble. Tco fre
qucnt desire to urinate or pain iu the
back, is also convincing proof that tho
kidneys and bladder are out of order.
V2AT 70 DO.
There is comfort in tho knowledge
so often expressed, that Dr. Fjilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney Remedy
fulfills eery wish iu relieinj: fain m
the. back, kidneys, liver, blnditer auu
evervnartof the urinary pasakes. It
corrects inability to hold uri.ie and
scalditig'pain in pas&ing it, or bat effects
follow inj: use of liquor, wine jr beer,
and overcomes .cessify
or being compelled to get up maj y times
durinz the. nitrlit to urinate. T e. mild.
and the extraordinary ciTect of
Rookia soon realized. It stands
tal for its wonderful cures of tac most
distresKine cases. If you need aipedicine
vcu elioultl luvre tho be-l. SoWipy
KibtSj prite fifty cents and ortft dollar.
1dra sample b'ottle and ainphjpt, Ioth
fSnt free by mat!, montfon tho rvlJt.VA,
J andsenljonr;full at IdrasBito
tfe jwousseaeea o( tliSrBr.
fife propruKor" of "tluspapwr MsveXm
wS Q II
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SEE THEM I
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The Cheapest Prices,
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WEAK &1EH RilAOS VISOCUS
11- X A iTT V ff yS1 v V 1
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lCAY. 9'"0At. IST"SST. ;;"if.
It nctspowrrfally ar.d qulrkiy. ?.n
tliors fU Youn xnn .-it n: i c 1.
ncarccorcrjpaUtfu. vlr. AT- "vC '
Aiitcct to Cure A, rTrnccf, Xhi VI '!.
I'alltnir Vfat'uc "
ue4 and ait ejects tt V o9 iue or esotses u
ftdisertiUji XV&7? cittran!y 'Ci! a. ? .rrt
'Jon'tlctdrcmriBt irapooawoithV'Hi?u' f lu'e
rou I yields RKrtAZ?TTT2.i in to.
nn b carried la rasft lmxLia pliln
icr. 1 per hox. or O lor 9lt rltn " rt
4itnnteo t Cr t i
Cnry. Paniphlflttrcc. Sold iT rtmzJs. A-
Sohl by Kichtr.oml Dru? Co. sud W- G.
(IN KENTUCKY )
Schedule In effect May 2. 1897.
EA3TBOUKD No. I. No. a Na S.
L.V. IvjuUTltle . 7 ibam 4.S).m 7. iipm
Ar. shelbyville. a loam 5.47pm 8.31pm
Ar.t.i'rencob's. 9 53 am d 35 pm S.rOpm
Ar. VersaU'cs.. 10.17am &Mro St 48pm
Ar. Lexington.. msoam T.jpm 10 IQpm
Na a No. J. Na 4.
Lv. lzinston. 7.jam 5.10pm 3 (bum
Ar. Versillles.., a Ham 5.3fpi. s.ssm
Ar.La'renccb'sr. 8. 35am &00p3 3.43am
Ar. Sholbyvllle. 3.;am .iptri diSam
Ax. LoulsTllle.. 10.53am 8.13pm BOOara
' Trains Nos. 1,3, i and 0 carry Free
Na U Na lit STAlIOSS. No It. I a it.
Zrpu 7 4 mm'liV Loulsvll Ar .lopinla5iini
CLXpm 9.35amjArLarncbrsAr iSpmj Siiam
,7.3pm iaiJimArHarocUlgAr 4.X!pm 7.SSam
,7.40pm 0." mAr UarjJln L.v ".ibim
No. 13. tNo 67 Nal8 rNo CS. 1
7.43am Lv IuLsvll Ar ,U33m 8.15pm
5. 47pm 9.10am Ar Shelbrtl Ar 9. :0am 0.45pm
Sacpai 10.17am ArVerslles Ar E 03am 4.npm
7a)pm U.C0am Arilidw.iy Ar 7 turn IJSpm
7J0pin 1115pm ArGeontta Lt 7 15am 31 00pm
. A3tnonsn. WEStBOCSIX.
TNo" 1. ItXo. 5.1 STATIONS. tNo 6,tNa 2,
7.4 am 4.C)Dm! i.t Imlivil Ar Ubi m 8.1pmi
10.21.im d..,7pnt.T yerslles Ar .aaam 5,S0pm
11.00am Tpra.Ar NichlTlU Ar 6.".imj 4.40pm
ll.iSpm 8.30pm! rR!chmo'd Lt GLOTiamt 3 4ipHi
1 Oopm trvino i.T Laopm;
STATIOKS. No. 1 No. 3.
Lt. Lotilsrlile. 7 45am 7.3 pm
Ar. Lexington. ia0am WlOpm
Ar, Knoxvllla.. 8.(Mpm 7.30am
Ar. AsbCTllle..... 1.3-Jam I. I5pm
Ar barannah...... iOOam
Ar. J ickioarlllc. ftlCaat
Ar. CaaHiaooga..., 7.4upm ti.uoitn
Ar. Atlanta... 500im ll.:0iin
Ar. Macoa 8.15am 11 lOpnr
Ar Jacksonville... 910nm aiOnra
Lt. I SOipm aooam
Ar. Birmingham... 1 1, worn lO.VJam
Ar. Meridian... ... 4.4 iim s.41pm
Ar, Ne Orleans... ItSJam! 8 55pm
Na I carries Free Chair car Louts v!H tof
Lexington there coanoctln? with Solid
tai Train carrying mumaa aieepmg ua Tia
Chattanooga to isirmtngnam, aoa ie w urieass.
No. 3 carries Pallman Sleenar LonlSTKls to
rAttAnnAcnt. and A4I&nta &Iao LszinfTtaa ta!
JacksonTiUoTi Hot. Springs. AsaeTtUe. asd!
rv.mnartmcnt S!erer Lextucton ta Now Or-!
i " - rUally Excepc Sunday
JU WHBDOW.P, &T. A., S. T. SwiEr. P- j
r . Lexfcwtoa. Xy
"W.-H GtwwJ.Gen. Sbp4., X. M. Cslp, T. JCj
5 P. A. iTAT VJL.Q. 9,M
mMMnOtJa.r ,. wvTa.M.
"Nothing else like it"
The most refrcshine and
pleasant; Soap for the skint
fRLtrAHTisoTic rot mz 0$
Tsar, r Hursert; Bath ? i g g
' !! I lT
lit lasts as long as others.
Atria! will convince ycc of it3 zreat
merit, vm picas: ui: nios; iastioiooj.
Mtr. ot FREN'CH MILLC3 TOILET
SOAPS AND PERFU.YiLkY,
I taUm charge of the well-known Hotel.
It il njw open to the public.
CLEAN ROOMS AND BEDS,
Furnished or Unfurnished Iloomi, cool refreshing
breezes pass throash the house all the time,
the best citt jrn water in the city, come and get
a cool refreshing dnn'x.
Everything' is in good order
nnd I promise to keep it so.
Open day aid night, office open to gentlemen,
they are e.come to come in, sit down or stand
if they desire: talk, chew, spit an! smoke to
th!ir heart's content,
Come Again And Again And So On.
Come and lit me serve yon
3IY MOTTO IS "Do right bv everybody,
everyday and all the time.
Very truly yours,
ten,.,., J. F. STONE, Prop.
When lilious or cosine eat :t
candv tat lartic, cure suaranteed, 10, 25c.
j "m j
Second Street, between Main and
Watei , rear of Dillingham building,
Kichmon I Kv. Heady to do all Limit
of blacks 11 ithing prir.ptly in the best
workmanlike manner. &-
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen "by buying direct
front the manufacturer.
No better wheel made than the
Edit in our cwn factory by
skilled workmen. ushi the best
material and the moit improved
machinery. IVo havs no agents
Sold direct from factory to the
iitlir, fully warranted. Shipped
an'where for examination.
Our interesting Offer
Acmo Cyclo Co., EiVhart, Ind.
Insure your homes and
business property against
Fire $ Tornado.
1 1 epresent two of the most
reliable Insurance Companies I
in the United States and respectfully
ask for a share cf
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2ftfSec. Street, fUp Stairs).
ladisoii lonumentai Works,
J . .-? . . .MANUFACTURER.
'AJffl AXL XmjJS OF
We' Send it FREE!
Young and Old.
Rejoice with ns
in the Discovery.
When a man has suffered for years
with a weakness that blight life and
robs him of all that really make life
worth livinv. if he avail himself of a
complete cure, why not possew the moral
courage to stop his downward course.
We will send you by mail,
KItKK, in plain iackaup. the
DK. HUFFMAN'S VITAL
to permanently enre I.tlST
VAKICOOKLE STOPS forever
XHJUr EMISSIONS and all unnatural
draiiiH. Returns to former appearances
No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception.
If we could not onre, we would not send
our medicine PP.KB to try, and pay -when
satisried. Write to-day, as this may not
appear ajruu. Addrecs
Yestern Medicine Company,
nCOCrOKAIED. Kalamazoo, 3Iich.
OVIc DONALD'S U it'll V
TMCCREATEST WORM OCSTROYLR tall
d. the: bsc
VA EAST AM3 fLASHT TO TAK. 3
Easiest to take.
Most certain and
T X F
failmi; Worm Destroyer
fcVEK DISCOVERED. V X k
Sold for a quarter of a V. "
tarv with continually increas
ing demand, lmnlc a moment V
Does this not mean merit ?
125,000 Children yearly Sent to
their Graves by Worms.
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS
would bave saved them all.
IPRICE, 23o. IEIC XIOX.5
j Forsaleby all drnnctstsarol dealers In mHelses.c
Manufactured only b the proprietor,
L. & 3N. K R.
K. 0. DIVISION.
Ix Effect March 1, IS9&
lv. Express for Cincinnati, arv
a. ji. Paris, Jlajfeville, Wilt- p. if.
Chester and I.exinirtoH
C.23 mail. 7.23
m. ville. 'Winchester and
2.05 Lexington mail. 1.95
Livinjrton, Loudou, Jel-
1.10 lico. Pineville. 125
Fas line for Livingston, . x.
11.43 Iudon.Jellico KnoxviHe 319
a. it. Fast line for Cincinnati, p. yt.
3 10 Paris. 11.43
r m. Rowland. Lancaster and a. m
1.23 Stanford. 10:10
Frankfort & Einctai Sailway.
In Effect March 1, 187.1
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Ivre rrantfort 6 38 J 8
Arr Elkhorn. S 46 3 'JB
' Switier.. . 6 it 3 3
" Stamping Ground . 7 K 3 -W
Duvalli 7 M 3 58
" Georgetown . . 7 30 4 IS
Lve Georgetown- . 8 M 4 30
Arr Newtown-. 8 Yi -I
' Centrevillc . 8 Ti 4 5K
44 Elizabeth 8 2 4 58
44 Pans 3 W 5 IP
a.m. p t.
Lve Paris S 20 30
Arr Elizabeth 9 32 S 43
44 CcntrcTille 9 SA 5
44 Newtown- M S 88
44 Georgetown W 90 6 JO
Lve Georgetown . MM 6 38
Arr . M SS II
44 Stampins Ground. 11 W 6.8
44 Switzer lias 6 W
44 Elkhorn- . . 1135 7 5
44 Fnntfort 1155 7 ?Q
C. D. BEUCAW, GenT Pass. Agent.
GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Sapt.
tanke mi Bto Eailway.
Time of Trains at TVinchester. Ky.
Mt. Sterling and Lexington Aecom 6 55 am
Eastern Express for LonisTille 7 30 am
Morehead and Lexington 3 00 pin
New York Limited F. F. V . 4 50 pm
Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 ara
New York Limited F. F. V. 11 58 am
Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. 6 30 pm
Washington Expresg 9 23 pm
Accommodation trains ran dally except San-day.
Other trains ran daily.
Through sleeping and dining car senrice to
For information, rates orsleeperresenrations
call on or write K. HOOD. Aeent L-AN-Rv..
or GEORGE W. BARNEY.
D. P. A. C & O. Ry., Lexington. Ky.
Who can think
Idea ef some licolo
thlas to pot eo
Protect your ldu: they may bring yon wealth.
Writs JOHN WtDDEHBCES & CO. Patent Attar-
Hers, wi O. CL. for toelr t UO prlxo offer
ml list ot two hundrtxl tsTeatloss wanted-
AND DEALER IN
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