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25 SO $ sSSMSi DRUGGISTS
ARSnrJlTRr.Y RITSP' JKTKPTi to earo nrse of conciliation. rr?i sre tie Ideal Ixa
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plrand booklet frf. Ail. STKU'.rvft KKlU.lll CO.
Are vou subject to colds on a
: sheht exposure, always tired
; and feverish, and have frequent ;
'-. attacks of Indigestion and Bil-
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:iousnessr ucpeim upon 11,;
your hver is out ot order, lie-
t cin time, arouse the liver to ac-
juvity ana purity me dioou,
I building up health and strength
to resist the attacks ot more
serious ailments by taking
I QUART BOTTLE.
a sure, quick, an"d certain cure 3
I for all diseases caused by impure
blcod or torpid liver.
Quart Bottles, $1.
WILLUnS. DAVIS, BROOKS & CO,
I Detroit. Mich.
f LlTtrrttrs care Mrk Hcadiehe.
Sold by D. Z. & T. 15. Taylor,
1 V . eK9t
At Walter Azbkll's Livkry Stablk.
All kinds of hand-male harness, cheaper
than can be bought any where in Hichmon.l
One us a trial and-be Satisfaction
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,arr a c u r t.
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(i J HrGHEST GrlADE, in
t) . EASY RUNNING,
1 ' c SERVICEABLE. m
3; Every Wheel Guaranteed.
t ) end for ciitalogue.
II HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFG. CO., i
( Responsible dcalcis invited to (p
i respond with us. m
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The Arm of Luxon .t Barnett has dissolved
partnership and neither party is responsible
tor debt the other makes.
June 23 lm I. W, Babnett.
BED WETTING CURED
OH NO PAY. Mrs. B. M ROWAN, Miliraukec,
UEO. W. KlIiEY
Of Slielbj'ville, Ky., Recommends
Wrijrlit's Celorv Cajisules.
Shelbvville, Kv., Slay 2, '96. To
Wright "Medical Co., Col., 0 :
Gents I have purchased a box of
Wriirht's Celery Capsules from G. N.
Miililelton, (Iruwist, and used them for
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation
and found tfis.t they cave me immediate
relief every time. 1 think it ail
Youn very truly,
fl Geo. W. Rile?.
hW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common water glass
ith urine ami let stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling indicates a
diseased condition of the kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is positive
evidence ot kidney trouble. Too frequent
desire, to uiinate or pain iu the
back, is also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder" are out of order.
WHAT TO 230-
There is comfort in tho knowledge
so often that Dr. Kilmer's
the jrcat kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in relieing pain in
the back, 'kidneys, liver, bladder aud.
every part of the.3rinary paswees. It
corrects inability to hold uriae and
sca'.ding'paiu in rlajsing jt, or bad ejects
following use of lquor. wine or beer,
and overcomes tha'J'unpJcaKint necessity
of being compelled, to get up many times
during the niglit tc( .urinate. The mild
find tho extraordinary effect of
is soon realiztil. It stands the high-
est for its wonilrrfi ! cure3 of the mot
distressrup ca.a. 1 your need a meilicine
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sironia nave nift uesi. oy
prhe fift'y tsents and one dollar.
For-- sample l)ttli and paniplilot, botli i
,se b&jby mall, mention tho. Chitax,
and send ailaress to
Dr: Ci..i&5mghflmptoii, -. V
The prbiretor'wtHhia panur, guarantee
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or srip hut rue rati natural rrsults. ham-
rhlraro. JI0ntrc.1l. Pan., Tork. si:.
EXAMINE THEM I
Thfl himi hm
Tlie Finest Rigs,
Tlie Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention.
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Telephone Your "Cousin,"
P. B. BROABBUS.
IIunleys Old Stand.
WEAK RSEa EEAD E V2SGRGUC
H'DAY. .'"aiY. I6"UaT.
HM PSFFPi'S HEEVsi.f?a ok
It acts powprlully ami Cares wt en
fall. Yorn men repairs lci i--1-!; . ft. r
oen recover youihf al vljcr.
infeeil tn Cnre iWrrouiaM, Vlt'iHI
'mpotener, 7Vl3ht!yXrallon3. F.t ftnu
It her rll!n Wai.ni: El
-ac, aid all tfrcts "f Hit aujse rr trtMl
.llcrtli3s. WinU oi lnsa"!' f en'l eor .nptli
on't let "Irue.tt impale a'corts;. ssfa.is'.tJie
oul macjt yleitisajirpfterproat. In. i:toat
"an bo carrleJ In vest i'rcpaW p iln trr
m.t. 1 per box. or O for -.", trl'ti V "o.lt
rltten Gimrantee to Crr oritertind
'tr.r. I"amplilPt free. !sOU 6 rtrusjis -.''
JlS!, Chit.i:. J'
Sold by Richmond Drug Co. ?nd 'A. G.
Schedule In effect My 2, 1897
EA3TUOUSD No. 1. No- - No. 3.
Lv. Louisville 7 5am rpm
Ar. shclbyYllle 9 10am 5.47pm 131pm
9.55am il35rrD ?.:0pm
Ar. Versailles 10.17am flLMpm tipm
An. Lexington laSQam 7.2Jpm 10 10pm
1 Na il No. Vo. 4.
L.V. Leilnifioa. ....... 5.10pm 5 uiam
Ar. Versailles MSam yyp.i. 5.2S ia
Ar. Sholbyvlllo atam M5pm dSiam
Ar. LoulsTJIIe lU.M.Hi Rljpm KOJam
' Trains Nos. I,-. 5 nnd a carry Free
Na li No. 11 STA-- IOSS. No-1 Vn. 14.
4Upil 7 1'am.LT Loutsvlt Ar ti.l3pm tlU5am
&3jpm 9.55amlArL arncbreAr 5pra 8Sm
,7.5pm 10.45amiArIIa'oilsbi;Ar 4.31pm 7 35am
,7.40pm U'8 mAr uursm v 4)pm 7.25nm
EA3TUOUD WtSTDt USD.
RoT li. t.No o7 I srArio.NS No. 16 tNaCd
49)pm 7.45am Lr Liuisvli.r IU ai4in S.lipm
5.47pm O.lOamlArShelnvll Ar X .8am 6.45pm
S56pm iai7amAr Versllca Ar 8.05am tUnn
i73)pm 11.20 m Ar Midway Ar 7 41am ,3Spm
7pm li ISpmlArOeorgtn Lv 7 15am a 00pm
t.N'o. 1 tNO 5.) STATIOK1. No tNa
7. l.Ut 4.2jpuii .r louhvii Ar la 55 in. i5pm.
ia3)jm a&7pm'Lr Vorsllcs Ar 7.aia 3iupm
lLOOam 7 3pmIArNIchlTi:iAr CManj1 4. Ifipm
11.58pm 8.30pm ArRichmo'd Lv eOo.ira 45nm
1.05pm .lAr Irvine Lv 1.30pm !
STATIONS. Na t Na
Lv. Louisville... 13am T.lipai
Ar. Lexlazton. . taJOam laiOpm
Ar. Knoxvtlle. aOUpm, T30am
Ar. Ashevlller...... LSSatnf
Ar Savannah i. 500aas
Ar. . 1 9 10am
Ar. 7.4Upnt RUOim
Ar. Atlanta... iOOau)
Ar. Macon 8.15a nj lllOpra
Ar Jacksonville... 9 10prt
Lv Chitt.ir.co43 aejprt mi5ani
Ar. Ulrmtncham ll.Wptt lOluam.
Ar, Mer.di.tn .. ....-... 4.45arr S.4Spm,'
Ar-Now Orleans.. llSOait .9. S3 pro
J 1 I
a t carrlej Froa Chair car LouI$ villa ta
Lexington there caanacttn? with Soil.
Dulo Train carrylns Iullmaa Sleeplair; Cars via;
to Ulrinlngham and NeWi Orleans, j
4 No. 3 carriaj Pullmaa Sleeper Loot i rilla to i
rh.HnivtM qnil Atlntn fvlsn Tj.tI lttnn tftl
Jacksonville vta Hot Springs. Aahovtlle. iwdj
leans. J !
Dally ExcoptSunday. 1
.WHDOK.P.&T,A.S.X. Swire, r
LoulsviUo, ICy Luxla ion. Ky.
n'ftm.V dm Runt.. .X M. Cdit.T.
" Whlaton. D. C. 6a. OTCV
.1T.Au THIUC.U Yif l .m tur.
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"Nothing else like it:"
The most refreshing and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
lpr.iW s:s" 1 .., -
imicf tomz&TZ. ra the lr53l
Tcilet KuK3ity.$ Bath S 4.5 ;
J It lasts twice as lonsj as others.
( Atrial will convince you o: its great
merit. Will pleas: the most fastidious.
MIr.oI FRENCH KILLED TOtLET
SOAPS AND PERFU.V.ERY,: ,
Lancaster, Penn. ,
ESTADUSHED 1S39. ,
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I hare taken charge of the well-known Hotel.
It is now oiH.n to the public.
CLEAN ROOMS AND BEDS,
FiirnMieri or Unfurnished Itoonis. cool
pass through the time,
the lient water in the city, coine and get
a cool rcf rohinj; drinV..
Ever-thin is in j:xx1
I promise to keep it so.
Open day and night, oflice open to gentlemen,
are 'velcome to come in, lit down or stand
ifihcy diiire; talk, thevr, pit and smoke to
tluir heart's content.
Come Again And Again And So On.
'onie aud let me sen eou
MY MOTTO 1 "Do right liv eervbo.ly.
everjdjjr and all the time. '
Very truly jours.
J. F. STONE, Prop.
liiliou or istii eat . Casraret,
aniU cure guaranty .1, 10, .'..
n; . Iu
Second Street, hetwecn Main and
Water, rear of Dillingham huildiuj;,
Richmond Ky. Ready to do all kinds-of
hlackinithin4 promptly in" the hest
workmanlike manner. S-7
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen by buying direct
from the manufacturer.
No better wheel made than the
Built in our own factory by
skilled workmen using the best
material and the mot improved
machinery. Vo kavo no agents
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
anywhere for examination.
Our interesting Offer
Cjclo Co., lad.
Insure 3-our homes and
business propefty against
Fire 0 Tornado.
I represent two of the most
reliable Insurance Companies
in the United States and respectfully
ask for a share of
S. F. ROCK,
26, Sec. Street, 'Up Stairs).
We Send it FREE!
Young and Old.
Rejoice with us
in the Discovery.
When a man lus suffered for years
with a weakness that blights hi life ami
robs him of all that reatilv make life
wortlr living, if he avail hiireeK of a
complete cure, why not possess the moral
courage to utop his downward cowrxr.
We will send vou by mail. ABSOLUTELY
FKX.K, in pUin KMkatr. the
UU. HUFhMlANS VITAL
with a k-al
to peniuni'ntly cure LOST MAX-111)111),
VARIi:t)l'KLK S fill's fwvr
NICIIT KMISSIO.NS and all UHaatHral
drains. Returns to former appearaiw.es
No C. O- D Iraiul nor recipe deceptwa.
If we could not cure, we wohM not sewl
our meilicine FUKK to try, and pay when
Krttislieil. Write to-day, as this way not
appear again. Address
UfORrftfiATEP. Kalamazoa, 3ltc.
SOLD OX A.X - - O
-Mcdonald's -fee 1
CELEBRATED WORM POWERS j
a TMS GREATEST AOPM 0ESTRCYCJ1 i 3
CF in 1
Ijj EASY 2N0 FLASAfJT TO TAKE.
Easiest to take
Mfst cerTam in 1
Worm Iletrover w
Sold for a quarter of a cen
tury with continul! V
Thmi a m trnf1'
Does this net mean merit ?
ll'G.OOO Children yearly Sent to
their (.'rate, by lVormi
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS
uould haie saved them all.
iMiicn 25c. ir:it IiOX.
Fur sate bj all r in c
Manulacturcd on', v h pr
J. . 3IcUO'.XD,
L. & ISr. li. JR.
K. (J. DIVISION.
In Effect March 1, 1S6S.
lv. jlvx press for CinciHsati akv?
a. m. Paris. Jlavsville, p. jc.
'cheater ami Lex inton,
C.,) 'mail. . 79
31. i ville. Which ester sad
2.05 i.esiaton mail. iJG
ll.ivineston, IxhmIoh, Jel-
1.10 (Iico. rineville. i 12
Fas'; line for LiviiKto.j x. 5k,
a. ji. ,Fa&t line for p. sc.
.1 It) I'aru. Winehestvr, ', HAS
i' m. Kowlatwl. LanetKter ' a. x
l.ll Stanfoni. IftlO
Howlaml, Incster awl
7:i" Maufonl. fi50
For further particular call ob or adtlrass.
KIM'EK HOOD. Ant.
Ft!.ri k GieciBBii Saiiwaj.
Ia Kgect Martti 1, 17 I
DAILY KXCKPT fcTJNDAY.
a a. poM.
Lve Frankfort 6 39 SIM
Arr ElkhorB. S J
SwiUer . S8 IS
" Stampms OrtHttttl .7 Z5
' rinvaH" tS S5K
GeerKe4own . . 7 19 t
Lve Ueargetewn. S W 1 J
Arr Newtown. S 13 i 4-
Centreville- . S 72 4 at
" Kluabeth . . atl 4: s
" l"atU SW i W
Lve Parh .... 9 3S 4
Arr . . S3B SBC
" CentrevrHe 9 t S W
' Newlewn.. 9 4i & W
Georgetown W M ftW
Lve Reoreetewa M 44 S
Arr DarsiU. M 5 IH
" StpmiHHsGrowI II W 6 h
Switier II 2S 5 30
Elkhorn UK 7
' Frankfort 11 SS 7 38
C. D. BFRCAW. Gent Pa. Afteat.
GEO B. HARPER. Gen'l &up.
km ui Ohio Railway.
Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky.
Mt. Sterrinamt Lexini(Va Aceeffl 6 98 am
Eastern Express for Losisvilte 7 39 am
Morehead ami LexiKKtos Aceom. 3 09 jh
New York Limitetl F F. V isepw
Lexington anil Morehead Aceom.. 9 V m
New York Linnteil F. F. V. 11 M Ma
Lexinirton and Mt. Sterling Aceom S 3 m
Washington Exprcaa 9 38 fm
MadisoE Monumental Works,
Accommodation trains ma daily except
Other trains run ilallv.
't hroujrh sleeping and dining car service to
For information, rates or sleeper reservatJen
call on or write K- HOOD. Agent L.VN.Ey.,
or GEORGE W BARNEY.
D. P. A. C. A O. Ry.. Lexinicten. Ky.
VTho can tnlak
idea of tome annate
ttlDif to Ieat?
Protect voar Ideaa: thev ma farlair voa weIOi
Write JOHN W1)DKBT CO, Patent Attorney.
WanttlDKUln. D. C for I heir JIAo prUa uder
ami list of two haaUre tnveaona
AND DEALER N
CEMETERY WOREi .
1V7? ALL KIXDS' OF.
For JurtJier jKirticulavs, prices,
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VOLUME XL RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1897. NUMBEE 5. s
AW wish lo caution all users of Simmons
T.iv. r Regulator on a subject of the deepest
ami miorUmco to their health
jerhi their lives. The sole proprietors
-nit m ikers of Simmons Liver Regulator
I irn UmI fiutomcra are often deceived by
buy m.; a iJ Uking some medicine of a
nimi'ar apjwantnce or taste, believing it to
1 e riiramiitii Liver Regulator. We warn
vou that unless the word Regulator is on
i package or bottle, that it is not Simmons
Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or
ever h made Simmons Liver Regulator, or
anything c tiled Simmons Liver Regulator,
bulJ. H eihn&Co., and no medicine made
by anyone f.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 vou as you are led to expect they
will Bear this fact well in mind, if you have
been in the habit of nsmg a medicine which
you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator,
because the name was somewhat like
it and the package did not have the word
Regulator on it, you have been imposed
upon and have not been taking Simmons
Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has
len 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 disorder
arising from a Diseased Liver.
We ask you to look for yourselves, and
see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which
you can readily distinguish by the Red Z
on wrapper, and by our name, is the only
medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. II. ZKILIN & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
31 MS 3111, IIKI) (iOLDK.V,
.S TK XOCRAPHER AND
'Ojlicf ailjuhiiug A .R liurnam's.
RinisioNn, - - Kkvtucky.
Office in the 11 urn am Building, next door to
. p. KDSKAM.
'. -. MOBEIILEV.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Opfick in Ilurnim building, recently
pied by A. It. Burnam.
RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY.
OHiim over Taylor's Hnnhvare More, op-it(
Court IIiiiim;, on Main street.
II. IS. IKNiCi,
Oflice No. i:i FirhtSt.. up Main. HI .TO
GRANT K. LILLY,
A TTORNE Y-A T LA 11',
I5l( IIMOMI, - - Kentucky.
S. W. corner Main and Stoih1
up htairs. AVill in all
th courts of Madison and adjoining
ooiinliws and Court of Appeals.
J. C. & D. M. CUKNAULT,
A TTORNEYS A T LA V,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Ollice on Second street, over
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA I P.
Richmond, ------ Kentucky.
Collections solid tod. If
DR. IL It. GIBSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
BiciiMONU. ... Kentucky.
OtTtcc in the Joe CVilin building. iS and 30 Sec
oiul Street, over Wnitc -old dniotorc. 37-
I ETERINARY SURGEON,
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office ut stairs over New York Store, corner
Mmii and First streets. Richmond 46-
. C. JASPER, M. d:
Medicine and Surgery.
Olhoe Collins Huildim;, Main Street.
Telephone ill residence (the Ciirr jilace) on
IIiciimo.vh, ----- Kentucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond, ... Kentucky,
Office in Smith Building, No. 204 Mam Street, np
stairs. Office hours is to 1 an i t to sn'clnek.
DR. JOHN M. FOSTER,
Richmond, ... Kentucky
Telephone at office and residence. V
r EVANS, M. D.,
pliysiciak and surgeok,
Richmon'd. .... Kentucky
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
I'raetiliuner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond ... Kenitjcky
Ofllcontiit resilience on Third Ktrcot.
DR. A. WILKES SMITH,
Ruhmond, -.- Kentucky
building, Maiu Street. Office
houri, 9:00 to ii M.; 1:0010.4 1M.
r e -Practice kmUed to dcntUlry.
J. C. Moboax. " J. A. Yates.
Richmond, ... Kentucky.
Owe Main Street, over Madison National
TO FOREIGN LANDS
Are the Workman of Hanna's
State Driven to Find Em-
Their Condition In the Most
Eighty Protected Disiricls
PROSPERITY HAS FAILED.
So black and bitter is the spreading
misery in Ohio that native-born mechanics
are uctunlly leiivinf tbeir own soil to
seek for u chance to earn bread in England.
- Tliis is the most terrible and impressive
thing yet seen in the industrial and
coniinerci.il gloom which deepens everv
day, and gomt of these poor fellows have
been driven from their Iiltle homes in
this country in which Mark Uaiinn has
riFen to wealth and supreme politiisil
power. Listen to this:
I Mrollnl this morning :icnn the
bridge that leads from tho noisy centre
of Cleveland toward Mr. Hanna's prince
ly home on the shore of the treat lake.
Inky clouds of smoke whirled up against
the sunlit sky. The glancing uiurk of
the river ;ir beneath inc. I was halted
by 0110 of the local Ialr leaders who introduced
uic to a Bturdy,
voting man, who carried :i black-glassed
.ihse. lie was an engineer. I never
saw a better face, a stronger nofe or
chin, a I en re r eye.
"I'm ofr for England," he said, '-I
can't get woik in Ohio, and I don't wunt
to give up my trade or be a tramp.
Walk along with me, for I can't stand
henor I'll niisrt my train."
We t nidged across the rumbling
lnidire in silence for a few moments.
I glanced at the exile out of the tail of
my eye and. saw that bis eyelids were
red. He had just taken leave of hii
"It's tough," he slid. I don't know a
soul in England."
"Wliy don't you hanv: on here for a
while?" 1 suggested. "The new tarilT
hill will become a law by September at
the latest and there may be some improvement
in tho conditions. It is a
mihtake to leave your own country for
a country densely )opulatcd. Her conditions
are unfavorable for io,r meir"
"The tariff." hj said, bitteily "What
w ill the tarilT do for me in September or
December or any other month? It will
make clothes dearer and sugar dealer
and everything 1 use dearer. 1 low will
I be helped ny that? The fact is 1 can't
uet a j'lh in Ohio. The shops are closing
down everywhere or running on
short time. 'J he Linnets are all mined.
It will be wonc neit year. Wnsrisare
going down. If I can't get a job in my
country I must go to tome other country.
. Democrat? No. I'm a Republican.
I voted for McKinley, and I'm not sorry
for it either. I think he is a ood man.
I don't know what is the matter with
the lountry. All 1 know is prosperity
has not come, ami is not going to come
for" a long time." '
And so after that touching incident I
took the tiouble to follow it up, and
learned that a great many engineers aud I
other mechanics have been leaving
Cleveland to seek for employment in
England. The local lalmr unions l.avo
received reports on the subject. Some
of llitt men have asked for cards to the
labor unions, is mere a
thoughtful manor woman in the United
Slates who can read these facts without
KACTOitnsi ntN without any rroiTr.
No one can blame tl.e manufacturers
for cutting down wages or closing their
shotd. for most of the factories in Ohio
are being run practically without profit
at this moment. It is not because of
any foreign competion, but simply because
the fanners and tiie toilers in
towns and cities are too poor to buy. It
is an absolute fact that the amount of
hotinc rent new overdue in this Stnte
alone amounts to several millions of
dollars. Ho where I w ill in Cincinnati,
in Columbus, in Cleveland, iu Toledo, in
Dayton, in Sandusky, in Canton the
real estate Tncu and all tell the same
story that tboy cannot collect their
rents and I have seen lists of at least a
thousand persons who are six, seven or
eight months behind iu their payments.
As I have alieady shown iu a previous
dispatch, the foreclosure of mortgages,
assignments and other records of failure
for the present year in Ohio aggregate
more than $50,000,000. This is the
prosperity that has cqiuc through the
great garden State of the "Union iu this
year of Kepublicau rule I AVhy, even
the employes of Cowell & Hubbard, the
Cleveland manufacturing jewelers, who
went to Canton with yellow hats to hear
MeKniley's promises' last fall, are to
have their wages cut dowu 10 per cent.,
aud these very men have been asked to
lake about for signature a petition ask
ing for the election of Mr. Hanua to
Senato at tho next session of the Legislature!
There is a ghastly humor in it
The Standard Oil Compauy, -which
has just closed its plaut here, aud
W. L. DOUGLAS
W. L. Doti.lt
Shoe because tboy
axe tbe best.
Freeman " Br'otHers,. Richmond, Rys
- .. . "
thrown a thousand men out of employment
tooktlie.ni to Canton with .gulden
caps in those bright dayB when votes
The great Cleveland Kolling Mills
have cut down thesrsgts of men working
by the ton from 'JO to 45 percent, wiihin
tho past ten days. The leaders of organized
lalwr and I have talked to men of
all parties s-iy that theroare more than
13,000 men out of employment in Cleveland
to-day not counting raw laborers.
More than one-half of the bench
now average not more than S7 a
week. The American wire works tried
to get its men to accept a reduction in
wages, hud, failing in that, work them on
short time. There are three men for
every job on the docks. The large bi
cycle factories have almost supeuded
oixirations. Three q of the bicycle
mechaiucs are out of work or have had
to take odd jobs at other things.
The Urooks Iron Works are paying
men ninety cents per day for putting up
street signs. Machinists arc laid off every
day. Not more than one third have
steady emplov meiit. So the awful story
goes throughout Ohio. At the mouths
of the rich coal mines men are actually
starving. The men in many parts of the
State do not average more than one day's
work a week. Whole families are living
on 50 cents a week. Women ami children
who were Hying decent iu other
times are going barefooted.
At Canal Dover, You ngstown, Warren,
Canton, ami similar cities and fwns
the factories art entirely closed, or oen
only part of the time. The great operators
in Wall street may force stocks up
or down, but they cannot change these
Listen to this if you want to know
w hat part a trust can play in this game
of life aud death, if you want to see Hie
foot of law less corporate power on the
bread tray of the poor:
The tin plate makers along the Ohio
river irgion recently asked for higher
wages. The factory owners then
a higher tariff on tin plate. But
an advance in the price of tin plate was
not in harmony with the Standard Oil
Company, which ships a large part of its
product abroad in cans. Mr
President of the Standard Oil Company,
threatened iu the event of a larger
duty on tin plate, to establish tin
plate mills of his own, and drive the
other men out of the field. The plate
inakeis I mean the actual workers in
the factories agreed with the plans of
their employers, held meetings and declared
for a high tariff on tin plate; but
iu the face of the Standaid Oil threat the
factory owners had to withdraw their
demand for an increased tariff, and so
the (in plate men will continue to receive
low wages, but they have the satisfaction
of knowing that the Standard Oil
Company is all risjlit
Wages aie falling everywhere in Ohio.
The condition of the farmers is pitiful.
I know of many cases in which farmers
have offered to give up their farms for a
clear acijuittance, but they will have to
ao through the pain of foreclosure proceedings,
lose their homes and still be in
debt. The condition of things, in Mark
Hanna's swn county are faintly indicated
by tho following statistics oi
foreclosures and mortgages for
tin present year:
In Cuyahoga county, the home of Mr.
llauna, the number of assignments filed
between January 1 aud June 8, this year
is twenty four, and the total amount in
volved is $165,000. The number of foreclosures
for the same period is 140, and
the amount involved is $1,410,050.
Real estate mortgages filed iu Cuyahoga
county this year are: January,
TS02,700; February. $510,400; March.
April, $1,101,300; May, $1,950,200, Total,
The chattel mortgages filed in the city
of Cleveland this year are: January,
$79400; Fel'nmry. T7J,100; March,$470,-800;
April $U,9Xy, May, $208,S00; total,
$!KX),900. Jas. Creelman in INew York
Under this title Samuel Minturn Peck,
the Alabama poet, contributes to the July
"Book News," a strong aud thrilling story.
'"Pap's Mules" was suggested to the
author by an incident that occurred near
Titbkalonsa aCthe time f Croxton's raid.
Iu the spring of 1803 this Federal general
with 1,500 cavalry, made a dash
through West Alabama to Tuskaloosa.
The bravo old town, though qnite depleted
of able-bodied men by four vears of
war, gallantly attempted. to hold against
the enemy the old wooden bridge across
the Warrior river, but the Federals made
a night attack, which was really a sur
prise, aud the bridge was carried and the
town taken with little bloodshed on ci
ther side. This latter was a fortunate
circumstance for lco had already sur
rendered, though the' tidings bad not yet
reached West Alabama,
Time ami railroads have changed
or rather Oakville (the seene of
the story), from an old-fashioned Southern
town, to a young and thriving city.
The river is now spanned with a bridge
of iron, and the "corner store" is no
more, but "JJearheaven Swainp" still exists
and the "Widow from Hickory llol
low," or some one very much like her,
still ride3 ''Old Sorrel" to town on Saturday
lo barter her eggs and butter.
Samuel Mintuni Peek ia widely known
as a writer of charming Bongs and
The Stjle, Fit nnd Wear
could not be Improved for
Double the Price.
W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the
productions o skilled workmen, from Use-best ma- .
tcrial possible to put into shoes sold at these price.
We make also $150 and $225 shoes for men, and
$250, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L.
Douglas $350 Police shoe, very suitable for
letter-earners, policemen ana ouers tuving
much walking to do.
TV are constantly adding new styles to our
already large variety, and there is no reason
vny rem cannot bo suited, so IntUt on
VV. L. Douglas Shoes from your
Wo mo only the best Calf, Russia Calf
(all eolors, French Patent Calf,
French Knamel. Vlci Kid. etc.
graded to correspond with prices
of the shoes.
If dealer cannot supply 70a,
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;iuu.ur t rr rrrr i
Celebrated for its great leaveninu
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forum
of adulteration common tothu cheap
brands, royal bakimo fowdkr CO.,
ty verse, but "'Pap's Mules" will reveal
his gifts id a new field of literature. The
story is equally interesting itiits portrayal
of character and in incident. Dr. Peck
has but recently turned his attention to
the writing of fiction. His published
volumes of verso include "Cap ami Hells''
"Rings and Love Knots" and 'Rhymes
and Roses." He is a native of
when' mstt oL his life has been
passed on tho family plantation, now in
Hook News is a monthly magazine, now
in its fifteenth car, that gives a helpful,
unbiased wonl of new books as they appear.
More than three thousand books
are told about each year. Book news is
brightened with pictures from the books
and each number has as frontispiece the
poitrait of an author the July number
that of Dr. Peck, author of "Pap's
Rook News is is five cents a number,
fiftv cents a year, and can be furnished
by any newsdealer, the Central News
Company and its many associated branches
being agents. Published by John
$500 in Gold Given Away
On July 15. Who can form the greatest
number of words from the letters
in tho word "IN DEPlvN DF.N IT'
You can make ten or more words, we
feel sure, and if yon do you will bo
well repaid. Do not uso any letter
more times than itappears in tho
word. Use no language except
Words spelled alike but with
different, meanings can be used but
once. Uso any standard dictionary.
Pronouns, nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives,
prefixes and sufllxesnl. owed.
Work it out in this maimer: In, deep,
net, nine, etc., use theso words iu
your liHt. The publishers of the Sunny
South will pay ?20 in gold to the
person w ho makes tho largest list of
wores from the letterB iu the word
Independent; $10 for the second ; $10
for the third; $10 for the fourth; $10
for the fifth, and $5 each for the next
eight largest lists. Tho above rewards
are given free and without consideration
for tho purpose of attracting attention
to the South's great illustrat
ed family and literary weekly. It is
twelve largo pages, 72 columns each
issue; all original matter with the
best long and short stories, in addition
to its numerous departments,
such as 'Woman's Page," 'Children's
Page," "Blue and Gray Page,"
and a page devoted to 'Sjuthorii Industries,"
etc. To eutnr this contest
it is neceosary for you to Bend 50 cents
for a throe months' subscription with
your list of words, and every person
sending 50 cents aud a list of 10 words
or msre, is guaranteed an extra pres
ent by return mail (In addition to the
Sunny South), of a 192-page book.
'The Other Man's Wife," a very fascinating
book by John Strango Win-,
tor; or we will send you "The Story
of an African Farm," or 'I3es!do the
Bonnie Briar Bush. The lists should
be sent at once. This contest closes
July 15. The names and addresses
of successful contestants will
in the July 21 issuo of the Sunny
Notk For 75 cents we will send
you the Sunny South for three months
and allow you to enter above contest,
send you your choice of tho books offered
iu the contest, and also send
youfieoand postpaid, our beautiful
portfolio, size llxl3 inches, G4 selected
viows of picturesque
spots m the Holy Land, beautifully
designed and bandsomoly bound
in heavy paper portfolio covers, Illus
trated with a map of Palestine and a
fac simile of Hoffman's famous painting.
"A Portrait of Christ." Tho 64
pictures in this volume are actual
actual photographic reproductions of
the localities in the Holy Land made
immortal through Christ's life on
eartn. Showing whore Christ performed
His miracles, tho place of His
birth, baptism, transfiguration and
crucifixion, and the places made sacred
by the work of his -Apostles as
they appear today; it should bo iu every
household. Address' the Sunny
South, Box 100, Atlanta, Ga.
C. & 0. Excursion.
On Thursday, July 8, tho C. & O It.
R. will run an excuslon to Cape May
and Atlantic City,Jleaving Lexington
at 11:25 a. m., fare round trip 13.
Ticket good returning twelve days
from date of sale.
The excursion will ruu via "Wash
ington and Philadelphia, and arrive
at the Jersey coast for dinner the next
afternoon. Through sleepers will be
provided and overy effort mado to
make tho trip an enjoyable one.
Tickets at same rates pan bo had at
Shelby ville, Frankfort, "Winchester,
Mt. sterling and other stations on the
C & 0. Send in your name for sleeping
car berths. o?orfull information
write to Geo. W. BaicTey, Jigt.,
Xiexington, Ky. -
The Queen and Crescent trains are the
finert trains runfntheStateof Kentucky.
Fonr daily trains to Cincinnati connect
with, I lio main hrghways of the Greal
Trunk Lines -of the .North, "West and
This is the line Washington,
UewYork.. TJoetop and the "Qtst.
The Queen and QrcsQs'nt connects with
every line ouf hCCincitiuati. V'
S-.TP imrtm& T. Ai? lixlnston. X&
karalK' J.-l' V?r
n .,u.,juBaui m, 1ASJ.IIHOAW,
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NIAGARA FALLS $9.80.
Totind Trip at this rate
Jul v 8th, Q &. C. Route, C. II. & D
niul AIichic.au Central.
Tliroiili trains to Cincinnati connect
with special XiJjr.ira'traius Cincinnati to
the Fallp, with yjmforliihle day coaches
and throng1! p'epins cars, tickets good
to return mini July 14fh.
Thati 1) traveled and
Ihi iU novelist, Anthony Trollope,
wruif to the London Times many years
"Of all the sights on this earth of ours
w iuli touribts travel to see- at least of
all those which I have seen lam inclined
lo trive the palm to the Falls of Niagara.
In the catalogue of such sights, I
intend to include all hnildingi, pictures,
statues and wonders of art made hymen's
hands and also all heauties of nature prepared
I iy the Creator for the delight of his
creatures. This is a long woid; hut, as
far as my taste and judgement go. it is
juMified I know no other one thing so
beautiful, so glorious, and so pov erf ul."
This the first low rate of the year gives
a rate opportunity to viiit this, the
world's greatest natural wonder. Ask
Q & C Agent it, or write to Chap.
W. Zell., I). P. A.. Fourth and Race
W. C. R1XEARS0N,
Oen'l Pass "r Agent, Cincinnatii 0.
Grasshoppers are destroying neatly all
of the tohacco in the neighborhood of
Jolly's Station, in Rreckinridge county.
EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS.
The annual excursion of the C. II. &
D. Railway to Niagara Falls will occur
thisyrar on July Sth. The rate from
Chattanooga, will he S14 25.
Tickets will be good saven days.
The rate from Cincinnati, will he 57.00.
Tickets will he good live days.
Trains will lcaveCincinnali about 12.00
Noon. The accommodations w ill be
in eveiy particular. Klegaut day
coaches, Ptilhnanjind Wagner sleeping
pars. The route is the most interesting
.if any. Going via Toledo, Detroit ami
the "Michigan Central Railway through
the best part oi Southern Canada, direct
to the Falls. This is the only line, that
passes rlofro to the brink, from which a
full and complete view oi both the American
aud Canadian Falls can he seen to
advantage. Niagara is one of the greatest
wonders on the globe everybody
knows of Niagara, and everybody wants
to go there. The C. II. & 6. R'y was the
tirst to inaugurate llipse cheap excursion,
and always has the best accommodations
provided for its patrons. Persons desiring
full information about this excursion,
should address the undersigned and a
descriptiv2 circular will be mailed you.
D. G. EDWA RDS,
Pass'rTrallic Mg'rC. H. & D. R'y,
Kentucky Fair Dates.
At the annual meeting of the Kentucky
Fair Association, in the Willard
Friday afternoon, the following were
elected oflic3rs for the coming year:
President, Vt. I. Samuels, Bardstown;
Vice Presidents, J. II. Mallory, Rowling
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. August o.
Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10.
Rarditovvn, TtiPS'lity, August 17.
Elizihethtown, Tuesday August 21.
Bowling Greeuv Wednesday, Septem-be-
Padncah, Tuesdav, September, 7.
July 13 will be otTered to Winchester,
which was not represented at the meeting.
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of Parkersburg, W. VaM Recommends
PARKEnsnORO, W. V.V.,
January 2G, 1095.
The WniciiT Med. Co.,
Gentlemen. I have been using
Wright's Celery Capsules since November,
1804, and find them to he as recommended.
I first hciKin taking them
while at Hot Springs. Aik. under treatment
for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and
Stoiuach trouble Constipation which I
had been a long sullerer. I found the
Celery Capsules gare me great relief
from the beginning and have used them
ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited,
T recommend them, to any and
all sutleriug with like afflictions or either
of them. Very truly yours.
ClIAKLES T CaLIJWELL.
Sold by T. R Hagan, Druggist. Price
Wccnts and $1.00 per box. Call at drug
store ami get free sample. 6- -
TWO - FARMS
The undersigned has three separate small
farms which he otters at private sale separately
or tfljtethcr. All three are situated at
WHITE'S - STATION,
on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain
respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are well
watered and well improved farms. There Is
no bcfter'land in Madison county, most ofit
--RICH BOTTOM LAND.--
It is a Cne neighborhood and accessible by
turnpike to schoolsif hnrches, railroads, mills,
etc, allrrithin a. mile of 'White's Station Post
0co, ten miles fromTUchroond.
TEBMS SalerwiU be made one-third cash',
.balance to suit purchaser. .For particulars',
address v -
: - 2; GeaD. .White,
sr - -v
rt . .- SlUO. Ky, -i.
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