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c THE CHMOND CLIMAX, jr.
VOLUME XI. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1897. NUMBEE 'i8. !' im - 1
We wish to caution all users of Simmons
Liver Regulator on & subject of the deepest
interest and importance to their health
perhaps their lives. The sole proprietors
and makers of Simmons Liver Regulator
1- irn that customers are often deceived by
buying a.id taking some medicine of a
Min ilar appearance or taste, believing it to
be Simmon Liver Regulator. We warn
you lhat unles3 the word Regulator is on
the package or bottle, that it is not Simmons
Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or
ever has made Simmons Liver Regulator, or
anything called Simmons Liver Regulator,
but J H Zeilin & Co., and no medicine made
by anyone e!se is the same. We alone can
put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if
other medicines represented as the same do
not help yon as you are led to expect they
will Bear this fact well in mind, ifyou have
been in the habit of using 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
been favorably known for many years, and
all who use it know how necessary it is for
lever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation,
Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders
ans'ng 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. H. ZEILIN & CO.
Simmont IAver Regulator.
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.s TEXOt.'RA PIIER AND ,
SJO Office adjoining A .R Rurnani's.
P IV. MILLER.
richmond, - - kentucky.
in the Rurnam Building, next door to
harmer's National Hank.
c. r. BURNAM.
W. S. MOBEKLEV.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Oppice in Bumam Building, recently occupied
by A. R. Bnrnam. 31-30
A TTonx w,
RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY.
over Taylor's Hardware Btore,
Court House, on Main Street.
H. B. HOGG,
ATTORNEY A T LAW.
Richmond, - - Kentcckt.
Office No. 13 First St.. np (stairs. 31-30
GRANT E. LILLY,
A TLA W,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Olllce S. W. corner Main and Second
streets up stains. Will practice in :ill
the courts or Madison and adjoining
and Court of Appeals.
J. C. & D. M. GDENAULT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Oilier on Second Btrcct, over Chen-a
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Richmond, ------ Kcntuchy.
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DR. II. It. GIBSON,
P1I YSICIA X A XI) SURGEON,
Richmond. ... Kentucky.
Office in the Joe (V.lins building, s8and ao Second
Street, orer White old druotorc. 37-
1 ETERTNARY SURGEON,
Graduate Ontario Veterinary CoUtgt.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office np stairs over New York Store, corner
Mmn an4 FirM streets. Richmond 46-
. C. JASPER, M. Dl
Medicine and Surgery.
Oflice Collins I5uildinc, MninStreet.
Telephone Ht resilience (the Cnrr place) on
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DIt. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond, ... Kentucky,
Office in Smith Building, No. 104 Main Street, np
stairs Oflice hours 12 to 1 and 4 tn 5 o'clock.
DIt. JOHN M. POSTER,
Richmond, - Kentucky
Telephone at office and residence. . V
T W. EVANS, M. D.,
Phtsician and Sukgeon,
Richmond, - - - - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond, ... Kentucky,
Office and residence oo Third Hlreet.
DR. A. WILKES SiMlTn,
Richmond, ... Kentucky
Ornce Smith building. Main Street. Office
hours, ccoo to la M.; 1:00 to 4 P. I.
r"PrctJce limited to dentistry.
J. C. MonOAjt. J. A. Yates.
MORGAN & YATES,
Owes Main Street, over Madison National
W. P. Walton's Stanford Interior Journal.
THE bollocratic convention at
was a tJiuily attended affair, except
by Louisville people, w ho wenf out
o curioii y. The majority of those who
look part are men of whose political
prestige is only in the past and
who have no future in that line. Many
of them are men of intellect, however,
but each had a jirieyance for being
turned down fiom their high place as
leaders and prefer to dwell in the tents
of wickedness to Deing a door keeper in
the of ihe regular Democracy.
There was absolutely no reason or excuse
for this little convention, except
that the "generals" appear to want to
get the factious of the part' wider apart
and put some more Republicans in office.
There is no question of the Tiuico'
statement that it was an aggregation of
brains, for there Mere some massive intellects
in the gathering, but their own
ers are using them lor a poor purpose.
They betrayed the party last year and
got suckers to vote for their decoy ticket,
uiflde up of those political back numbers,
Palmer and JJuckner, while rnost
of them went square over to the eueiny.
The same trick can not be worked again.
Honest Democrats are on to their racket
and wont be caught by chair any morp.
They will vote the straight Democratic
ticket, which scorns to even consider a
fusion with their hated enemy, the Re
publican party. Ruckncr, Carlisle,
Lindsay and Wattersou were once a big
quartet, but they no longer wield the in
fluenco they once did and they may congregate,
orate and try to dittate froiu
now till doonisdaj', but the rank and file
will heed them not. Tfiey promised
them bread, if thev would help to defeat
Bryan. They gave them a stone after
Bryan was defeated and for letter times
under McKinley they get harder luck
and hijrher taxes. They can fool even
fools but once and Kentucky Democrats
will show them a thing or two next time
that they have never learned in their
THE Courier-Journal, in expat ialing on
the character of the 'generals" who
are willing to serve in the ranks for the
sake of the cause, forgets that that is all
the "generals" tan do at present. It is
simply making a virtue out of a necessity
It is that or nothing. The of
office and acting as leaders has become a
lost art with them.
THE Courier-Journal devoted several
pages yesterday to exploiting its convention
and tickling little fellows by
publishing interviews with them. But
the C.-J. can't lool anybody any more.
Its word is not taken at the same value
once placed upou it.
THE Republican papers are tickling
the boltocrats and calling them the
bully Ikivs with the glass eye. They
know that the whole lay out is playing
into their hands. Even Gov. Bradley,
the dispatches assure us, has only kiud
words for them.
ONE thing can be said for the
convention. It opjosed fusion
with the Republicans, thereby showing
that if some of the delegates were lost
to all sense of shame, the majoiily of
them were not.
MR. CLEVELAND is slacking up in
1 V his duty. If he sent any communication
to the boltocratic convention it
miscarried like Mr. Watterson's celebrated
letter to David B. Hill.
Champion Egg Eater.
Richmond has several soda-water
fiends and beer swillers, but no man
here can hold a candle to Sam
of Paint Lick, who is an egg
eater from 'way back. The
Record says thafWilliford is not a
bad looking fellow and converses free
lyas to the enormous quantity nf btull
he can stow away in his bread basket.
He said the biggest job of eating ho
ever did was near Paint Lick several
months ago, when he got away with
a turkey gobbler weighing 19 pounds,
30 soft-boiled eggs, several large onions,
a lot of mutton and a loaf cf
bread. His appetite was not extra
good on this day and ho could have
devoured more had it been at hand.
Billy Fish, "Tigo" Jennings and Alox
Ely, of Paint Lick, have a long of
roputablo witnesses by whom they
can prove the above statement.
Program ol S. S. and Y. P. Convention of
The committee has arranged the following
program for the Sabbath School
aud Young People's convention to be
held at New Hope church, Aug. C-8.
FlllDAV, 10 A. M.
Importance of Christian Work in a
Good Society Miss Annie Thorn.
Tho Young Christian
1. In the Home Margaret Huxley.
2. In the Prayer Meeting Rev. Geo.
3. In the Church and in Society Rev.
J. K. Smith.
4. Jn Business and in State Mr. C. F.
What are the Elements of a Complete
Young People's Society? Rev. R.
Characteristics of an Aggressive Church
Rev. J. Knox Monf go.mery. -
Sabbath morning, a sermon, to the
young people by J. Knox Monlgoinery.
SATURDAY, 10 A. M.
Welcome address Mr. O. Wallace.
Duties of Parents and Teachers in Sabbath
School works Mr. W. A. Meyers.
Biblical Training of S. 8. Teachers
Rev. W. Plaxco.
Why should SS.- Conventions be held?
Miss Bettie Alexander. r rf .
Making Conscience workef Known
Duty Rev. J. H. Simpson.
Importance and Growth of Ladies'
Missionary Societies Mrs. O. T. Wallace.
H..w Best to Retain Young Men in the
SablmUi School A. J. Findley.
Babel Builders Mis3.Sadie Sandusky,
Builders Brigade; What It Has Done
and May Do Mrs. S. C. Walker.
' Church Music Rev. J. H. Simpson-
AVliat the Young People's Societies
Have DonelorOur Congregations Miss
Public cordially invited.
C. T. Johnson, of Winston, K w
in town last Friday with a wagon load of
J- T. Turpin & Co. shipped over 3.0
buckets of berries this season, and nlentv
j. . jicuown met with a pains
till accident a few days ago by sticking a
slicking a fusty nail nearly through her
Several prostratious durin past w eek,
but none fatal.
Nearly all of the corn in this neighborhood
has been laid by. Nearly all of
tt is spotted and the yield will only be-about
Spreader Azbill, of Winston, was hcie
with friemK one dav l.nt week. , .
All the schools opened Monday with a
Bill Fn Bier left last Saturday for parts
Rev Owen Young, of Lexington, is a
guest of his father in-law. V. II. Azbill,
of this place.
Eld. Sampson, of Waco who has been
balding a protracted uieeliugat Winston,
has returned to his home. The people
weie much edified by his talks and
much good was accomplished.
Levi Elliott is recovering fioni his recent
Mr. H. K. Bowman died at the homo
of his A. J. Walden, last
Wednesday of consumption, i-ed SI
yeais. Iuteiment in cemetery at this
place. Deceased leaves several children.
Mrs. Shelley Jett and Mrs. Sara Kiggs
are sojourning atMallory Springs.
The oat crop in this section is almost
a failure. In Ecveral instances the crops
are not worth cutting.
A large per cent of the wheat has been
threshed, and the crop i excellent.
Mr. Natt Thompson is in Winchester
under treatment for an abcess of the
Born To the wife of Louis Dix on
Tuesday, a boy.
Bom On Monday to the wife of Mr.
P N. Sharp, a boy.
Mr. II. N. Bejsley is in Cincinnati for
Mr. Owen McKinney is at Bryants-ville
handling tobacco for Galloway &
Miss LncilleMcClure.of Buena Vista,
visited Mrs, Robt. Arnold last week.
Mrs Dr. Ramsey and daughter, Mis
Lucille, left last week for a visit to Mr.
Terrel Ramsey, at Searcy, Aik.
Miss Stella Duncan, of Richmond, is
the guest of Mrs Lucy Martin and family.
Capt. W. B. Jones and wife visited
friends near Danil!e last week.
Mrs. Richard Hockaday, of Kansas, arrived
Saturday for a visit to her father.
Mr. A. K. Lackey, after an absence of
Little Miss Fannie Frances, of Corbiu,
is isiting her grand-parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. Franris.
Misses Bettie and Lucille Finncis,
Fannie and Jennie Parkes visited Mrs.
Joe Robertson during the l.ancaster Fair.
A large crowd from here attended the
Lancaster Fair on Saturday. The circus
w Inch never came was the drawing card.
Mr. C. F. Kiggins leaves this week for
a sojourn at High bridge, where he will
attend camp meeting.
Paint Licl; ball team will go to Berea
Saturday for a game.
Miss Alecn Denton is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Victor Lear, near Lancaster
Eiss Mamie McClure, of Buena Vista,
is visiting fi lends here.
Misses Smith, of Missouri, aim Miss
Kate Smith, of Richmond, are the charm
ing guests of Mibs Denny, near Manse.
Mr. G. W. McCIanahan, formerly our
agent for the L. & N., has been
from Falmouth to Cynthiana for
permanent duty ns night man.
Seen in a Louisville Pawn Shop.
It is a temptation when in a city to
examine the articles displayed in the
pawn shop windows. Sometimes the
engagement ring of a starving wife
or the sealskin cloak pawned to get
whisky for a drunken husband, are
the mute witnesses of the desperate
straits into which unfortunates fall.
Last week in Louisville we spied a
superb diamond-studded golcLmedal,
and on it these words: "Oratory.
Centre Collego. 1894." Arouud this
inscription were eight largo diamonds,
and between them the names of as
many states, showing that the owner,
whoever he was, had either lost or
pawned this handsomo trophy of
his Inter-State Oratorical supremacy. A
badgff of Iheiigma Chi fraternity was
also on exhibition.
YoUr '-Uncle "Alex," as the pawnbroker
is called, could tales unfold
that would silver many raven locks.
A manufacturer who emplojs no less
than 300 persons, said to a Louisville
Dispatch representative a few days ago
"I thought the Chicago platform was a
mistake, and my fealty to the Democratic
party is all that caused me to vote for
Mr. Bryan. Today I am proud of my
vote. I 6ee where my mistake lay in
supposing that we could sell our products
while money is all the time getting
scarcer, among the people. We have
kept our people employed by going down
in our pockets for the money with which
to pay the salary list, while we are piling
Up manufaetured goods with little
prospect of directing sales, although our
goods are in demand by all classes, had
they the money to buy. At lower wages
we have kept our employes 1 u something
to do in. Order tiiat theit idleness might,
notentail Euflering on the helpless, and
I see no way by which we can etl'ect sales
of any magnitude-until the people "have
silver coinage restored f until they can
find employment, and find money which.
circulates, and with which they can buy
our products. Yes, Bryau and tho Democratic
party were right, and thepeoplo
will verify this atatement at "the nqxt
Celebrated for its great leavening
strength and heftltbtaloes. Assures
the food aminst alum and all forms
of adulteration common totne cheap
brands, royadiakino towdkbco.,
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS ARE EVANGELIZING
At thd great Convention of Christian
Eudeavorere at San Francisco last week,
the subject of tho annual mescage
of the President, the Rev. Franeii E.
Clark, I) I)., was "A World Enciicling
Religious Moeiuent; How shall It Fulfill
He said in part:
"I have attended conventions, since
last I met you. in the Metropolitan
Tjilieinacloof Loudon, and in the Beds
of Bengal; In St. Andrew's Hall of Glasgow,
and in the ancient capital of the
Pnnjib; among our Irish Endeavourcrs
in Belast, and in ciowed Berlin,
and on the lonely tablelands of the
Transvaal; among the Alps of Switzerland,
and on the vast veld of the Orange
Free Stat ; in seagirt Stockholm, and in
the karoo of South Africa; in lordly
Paris, and in quite Wellington; in the
Cape of Good Hope, and everwhere,
amid all these diversities of costom and
costume, of mauners and methods, of
Idngunge and laws, I found that the
Chi fcti.ui Endeavor ideals are
"Moreover, the people whom I have
seen have been of diverse creeils and
iews of religous truth. All, to be sure,
hac acknowledge the sumprcm.icy of
Jesus Christ sis the very Son of God and
the only Savior of lott sinners, All have
accepted the Bible as the word of God,
and the Holy Spirit ns the sanrtifier.
comforter and guid in mich soil only
can Christian Endeavor flourish.
"But in minor particulars the creeds
and forms of .church goverment of these
hospitable hosts of our society difler ao
widely as their complexions. The shade
cf tan on a man's check does not make
or unmake his manhood; the shade of
creed does not make or unmake his
"By Methodists and Babtist, by
and Congregationalists, by
friends and disciples of Christ, by Episcopalians
and Luthrans, by adherents
of the btate churches of Germany and
Sweden and Holland and Scotland and
England, as well ao by representatives
of every free chnrch, have been kindly
received in the name of Christian Endeavor,
and by every missionary society
at work in India or Africa. Why?
Because of the eloquent endorsement
which a common and universial method
of Christi m service renders to its advocates.
'Ouly one denomination still seeks
to prevent the increase of Christian
Endeavor Societies, and that has introduce!
Christian Endervor principles,
and though we regret the absence Or full
fellowship we aiu glad of the extension
of the ideas for which we stand in that
we rejoice, yea, and will rejoice.
"Our society, then, has those of a
universal movement. It was born in
obscurity and weakness. It has not
owed its extension to human advocacy
or ecclesiasticat authority. It has spread
to every laud. It has been found adapted
to every evaugelical creed, to every
form of church goverment, and every
race and class and language and condition
of people, It has failed only w here
the principles involved in our covenant
pledge have been ignored, or where it
lias been crushed out by denominational
In answering the question of the text
he said the movement must be" true to
its fundamental ideas; must necessarily
be unifying; must le pervasive force;
must be sacrificial, and must listen to
God's voice aud continually obey it.
Continuing he said:
"This is a w orld movement, thank
God, away from materialism, formalism
and a barren ecclesfasticism back to God
"Endea'orers, let this be the motto,
the purpose, the prayer of this our coming
seventeenth year. To abide in
Christ, to surrender ourselves to Him, to
let Him use us, to think less of our efforts
and more of His fulness, to seek a
larger intiliing Jroni above, deeper
draughts of His life, more emptiness ot
self, more fulness of Christ. Thus only
will Christian Endeavor, and all for
which it has come to stand Christian
citizenship, Christian missions and a
thousand forms of benevolence receive
ever fresh life and vigor."
The man w ho bits ou a limb ami saws
it off is a Solomon compared to the one
who thinks lie can sin without having to
suffer. Ijuicaster Record.
01 Interest to Tobasco Growers.
The "Weed" Is the name of a new
Xiouisvillo'papei: devoted exclusively
to tobacco and news of Kentucky's
staple product. S. M. Anderson. Jr.,
formerly of Nicholasville, is editor
and publisher of' the paper, and "It Ib
For certain, tho largest
in tho Union, and tho
largest tobnet'o .market In thcrstate
fchould bo field onough to support an
organ, and wo have no doubtfrom
tho encDuragemqfrtalrr.adygjven, that
the tracfe will in tinfattike as much-
interest in this f'Ubli cation as does jfs
publisher: It witl bo itB nirrr, through I
an excellent edtjprj&l force and special
orrespondehts in, very tobacco
canter and raising' section, to furnish
mora news aiul rfliabjo news of, tobacco
rrice,2'por Together rlttej
Received Letters Regarding the Reproduction
ol Hart's Masterpiece.
At a meeting-of the Hart Memorial
Association in Lexington Saturday,
the President, Mi&s Breckinridge,
read miumbor of letters rclalivo to
the reproduction of the s'tatue, "Woman
Triumphant," from Mmlptors of
note in this country and Europe, all
feeling conlidcnt that tho model can
be restored. Among the letters published
it ho Lexington Herald, Is
the following from Gen. Cassius-M.
day, of this county:
White Hall, Ky., May 18, 1897.
My Dear Miss S. Breckinridge:
I share the grief of all J. T. Hart's
friends in the loss of his great work
the "Triumph of Chastity." Tho outlines
of a now work could bo taken on
a Hat cut from a perfect photograph
given mo by Hart, but the alto work
could only be renewed by a collection
of many of the pieces which would
allow tho measured poiuts by his Invented
instrument to be filled up to
great extent If the clay model or a
cast from it remains in Italy it would
all be well.
I suggested in tho beginning thf"t
tho statue should bo placed in a building
made for the purpose cheaply
annox of larger proportions to lie
made in time as the means would allow.
As I had much to do with the conception
jKjrfectcd in this statue, and
as "my friend proposed to inscribe my
name upon it, I bear moro than a
common grief in its loss-With
Cassius .MAncciiLus Ciay.
TO WALK HALF WAY ROUND THE GLOBE.
"Fred Miller and his dog, Guess, Police
Gazette, champion long distance
walker. Record, 13,310 miles," appeared
on the register at Hotel Nicholas
yesterday morning. Miller carries with
him a handsome medal presented to him
is being the champion long-distance
walker of Amciipa. He left New York
April 24 under a wager of $1,000 to walk
to El Paso, Texa, and back to New
Yoik, a distance of 13,310 miles, by December
1, which he sas he can easily
accomplish. Miller and his faithful
companion, Gues, paid the Journal a
very pleasant call yesterday. His dog
has I ramped all the way, averaging
about 2o miles per day. Miller remained
here all day yesterday, leaing late in
the evening tor Danville. Jessamine
Theie will be a thirty-day race meeting
at Hawthorne after Harlem closes.
EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COMFORT.
On Thursday, July 22d, the Chesapeake
& Ohio railroad will run its annual
excursion to Old Poiut Comfort, Va.,
leaving Lexington at 11:25 a. m., and
reaching Old Point at noon next day.
Ouly $11 00 will be charged for the
round trip, and tickets will be good to
return until August 8th. Stop overs
w ill be allowed at any station on return
trip, so that our patrons may break the
homeward trip by stopping at an of the
beautiful mountain resorts along the
Sleeping car rates will be $3.50 per
double berth which will accommodate
two persons. No other summer trip
oilers such a diversion and variety of
pleasures as a trip to Old Point, over
the Chesapeake and Ohio railway, with
its mountains, valleys, rivers and Ocean.
Special rates cf 2.50 per day at the
Chamberlain and Hygeia Hotels. For
full information or sleeping car reservation
call on or w rite
GKORrtE W. Barney,
Dis. Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky.
Kentucky Fair Dates.
At the annual meeting of the Kentucky
Fair Association, in the Willard
Friday afternoon, the following were
elected officers for the coming yean
President, V. I. Samuels, Bardstown;
Vice President, J. II. Mallory, Bowling
Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond;
Secretary aud Treasurer, A. K.
The committee appointed to make
li&t of dates for this reason's fairs submitted
the following, which was adopted
by the meeting:
Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10.
Bardutown, Tuesday, August 17.
Elizibechtown, Tuesday August 24.
Bowling Green, Wednesday, September
Padneah, Tuesday, September, 7.
CS" JKllilllllii ill:
At WALTKaAzBntt's Lxykby Stablb.
All kinds of hand-made harness, cheaper
than can be bought any where in Richmond.
Give tit a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
Of Earkersburg, lVt Va., Recom
mends Wrights Celery
l?ARKEnaBunG, W. Va.,
January 204 1995.
The Wright Med. Co.,
Gen Hern en: T have been nsinR
"Wright's Celerv Capsules since Novem
ber, 1891, ami find them to be as recom
mended. I first" besran takine them.
while at Hot Springs., Aik , nnder treat
ment for Sciatic Rhenmatisra. Liver and
Stomach trouble. Constipation which I
hadJbeen a long sufferer. I found the
Ueiery (Japsuics gave me great, relict
from the beginning and have need them
ever -since. "With" pleasure, and
I recommend them to any and
allFuffering with like afllictioua or either
of. Ufeni., S'ery trdly yours,
-' ClIAELES T. CALDWELL!
i,i riT7 .-s i inirrtriHr - r'rr"i
bOc entsTind Sl.( per bos.
store and jt free saruule , - P-
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5 that jump! made me is such expression, a common it
such poorbloodand cause :. common
Why suffer the tormenting terror
of nervousness,-when could
be permanently cured by
QUART BOTTLE. 1
It acts upon the blood more
healthfully and speedily tlian any g
other blood purifier. g
Williams, Davis, D rooks & Co.,
Detroit. Midi. $
Price, $ I for a quart bottle at aay druggist, s,
Sold by D. Z. & T. IS. Taylor,
TWO - FARM
The undersigned has three separate small
farms which he offers at private sain separately
or together. All three are situated at
WHITE'S - STATION,
on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain
respectively 85 and 16S acres, ancl are well
watered and well improved farms. There is
no better land in Madison county, most of it
-RICH BOTTOM: LAND.--
It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by
turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills,
etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post
Office, ten miles from Richmond.
TKRMS Sale will be made one-third cash,
balance to suit purchaser. For particulars,
Geo. D. White,
White's Station. Ky.
An education at Harvard, Yale,
or any other collece or institution
of learning in the United States,
or in the New England Conservatory
of Music, can be by
y any young man or woman who is f
a in earnest. Write for particulars a
V quickly. JAMES 1). BALL, ?
fy G Bromfleld St.. Boston. Mass. 5
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Brdmo Quinine Tablets. All
Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure.
25c. l''or sale by W. Q. White, Druggist, Richmond,
THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE.
Long Troubles and Consumpton Can be
An Eminent New York Chemist ancl Scientist
Makes a Free Offer to Oar Readers.
The distinguished New York chemist, T. A
Klocumi demonstrating his discovery of a re
liable add absolute cure for uoasumpuoi
(Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial
throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn
coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline
and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions
of wasting away, will send TIIRIJE FUEE
BOTTLES (all different) ot bis New Discoveries
to any afflicted reader ot tte Climax
writing for them.
His "New Treatment" has cured thousands
permanently by its timely use, and lie considers
it a simple professional duty to suffering
humanity to donate a trial ot his infallible
Science daily develops new wonders, and
this great chemist, patiently experimenting for
years, has produced results as benificial to
humanity as can be claimed by any modern
genius. His assertion that lung trcnbles and
consumption are curable in any climate is
proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude,"
bled in his American and European laboratories
in thousands from those cured in ail parts
of the world.
Medical experts concede that bronchial,
chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption.
which, uninterrupted, means speedy and
Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M. !., S3 Pine
street. New York. givingpostotHoe aid express
address, and the free medicine will te prompt-
ly sent. Snfferers should take instaat
tage of his generous proposition.
Please tefl tho Doctor that you saw, his offer
in tho Ricumoxd Climax.
HOW TO nND OBI.
Fill a bottle or common water glass
with urine and let stand
hours; a'sedfment or settling indicates a
diseased condition of the kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is positive
evidence of kidney trouble, '.roo fre
quent desire to urinate or pain m the
back, is also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder are out of order.
WSAT TO SO-
There is - comfort in the knowledge
so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney J remedy
fulfills every wish in relievinsjipain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder aud
every part of tho urinary It
corrects inability to bold nrlhe and
scaldingjpain in pawing it, or bad effects
following uso of liquor, winejor beer,
audovercomea that'unpleasant necessity
of being compelled to get up ma ny times
dnrine.the night to urinate. The mild
audlho extraordinary effect
is Boon realired.'It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of tne most
distressing cases. medicine
.1 xl I " C U 1
you inu ut2v: ooiujpy
gists, price tilty cent3 and onj) dollar,
Tor? a sample Iwttle nud iiamphl pt, both
seaffreeby mail, xndntion, the.iCi.iMAX',
and"gend your fall atjuress to
DrKinierct Co., Bingliaiton w - ,v A
;j.nQ.propretorji UHBjmper gi larantce
castor constipation, rasearrts are the Ideal Laxa-I
((.. (hiraro. Montreal. Can..orftew Tork. aii.I
p po -,
SEE THEM !
PrRCIIASE THEM I
WOE III SCO,
He "mii. In,
The Finest liigs
The Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention,
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Telephone Your "Cousin,''
P. B. BROADDUS,
Hunley' Old Stand.
WEAK 5EH &3ADE VIGOROUS
t "? 1 i
l0AY. 3'"UAf. lo-UI-
What PEFFEPi'S NER9EGQR Did
It acts powerfully and quickly. Cnros when a
others fall. Yon men rcimin lost rrm hxl. ol
men recover TOJthtal TlTOr. AbtI;itel;n'p
nnteed to Cnre crvouci 7ois Stulilj
It.inotency, Nljrlit.y Emission. r.tr.ivei
either ki, rr.lllnc Mraory, Waitla? UI
cnici, and all efcett o tUI ofctu rr ezcrsf'S ot
indltcntUm. WcnJs oil Insanity and c nsiimrtU.
Don't let (Irupsl't lrapoei worthless rt ' mtuio r
ryrrXEFEU'HJlSIiVlCOir, or twl for i
Can bo carried In vest pociet. I'rciold
per. Kl per box. or O for ., with A l'o.il"
Written Omiranteo to Cure rlCcfiiiil tl)
.Mnejr. bru?sl3ts. AMr
rEFrms mjtdicax. as'.v, cmcuko, ii
Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G.
(IN KENTUCKY )
Schedule In effect Mny 2. 1807.
EA8TBOUND No I. No. No. 1
Lv. LouUrillo 7 warn i-SOnn: 7.j5pm
Ar. Shelby vlllc ftlCam a.7pm 8.51pm
Ar.LVrcncob'g, Uooam &33pm P.SOpm
, Ar. vermin es la 17am dMptn VVSvm
I r. Lexington.... lasuam: 7 25pm, 10 1 0pm
j wcsihiium) Na B. No. 2. No. ,
Lv. Lexlnxton ... " 7 .-am a. 10pm 3 Ujjm
; Ar vers illle 8.15am S.3.'pai 5.3 im
jvcia'teuzeWg"" 3.35am dOopm 5.45am
Arl Shelbyvlllc".".!.'. 9.26am ".tipm 6.25am
Ar. Louisville 10.55am a i5pm: a Warn
j ' Trains Nos-1.2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observation
In o. 11 No. 1 1 1 8TAIIQSS. jNO 12. NO. I.
7 4iam.Lv LouiaJtl Ar; 8.15pm,iauam
&3Spm aS5amArLarncbrjAr iSpni aam
(7.2Spm iai5amArIl3rjoJsbg.ri 7.33am
,7.40pm .U8imlAr Burjin Lv' 4.3?pml 7.2jjm
EASTBOnKIX WESTBOUMIJ '
No. 14. t.NO 67 STATIONS No. ItNo.6al
4.30 pm 7.4oam L.Y lyOUlSTll Ar lOt 8.15pm
&.7pm Ar Sbelbvll Ar 9. 8.15pm
dSCpm 10.17am AtVerslles Ar MKata 4.13pm
72)pm lLSOam Ar Midway Ar 7 4 lam j 3.38pm
. 7.50pm: 1115pm ArGoorgtn Lt 715am 3.00pm
tNo. L tNa 5. STATIOItS. tNo t
"Itsam tyintn l.v LouHvil Ar 1US5 In & 15pm
lOSOam &&7pmLv Versllos Ar T.Siam
11. 00am 7Jnm ArNlchlTlllAr CKam 440pm
11. 48 Dm a.30pmArRlcliEio'd Lxl 0, 05am 3.45pm
.LWpmi .........at irviao L.vi i.supmr
BTATIOKS. No. 1 Nal
Lv. Loulsvllla. . 7.isam T.lSptn
Ar. Lexington.. ta&Oaro lttlOpra
Ar. KnoxTllle... Htxipm 7 30am
Ar. AsfceTllIo... . Laam 1.15pm"
ArSaTannatt..... ....t..i 500am
Ar. JaekaonTllle. a 10am
Ar. Chattinoojra.., 7.40pm 6.00am
Ar. Atlanta auuam U.t0m
Ar. Macon 8.15am I L 10pm:
'Ar. Jacksonville.. Q 10pm 8.10am
Lv. 8.0)pm 60aam
Ar. nirmlneham.... 11.69pm 10.3um,
Ar. Meridian... .... 4.45am !.43pml
Ar. NawOrlcans.... U20am a 55pm
r No. I oarrles Free Chair car Louii 7lllc to?
Lezlnston there connectlnj with Solid
Train carrylns Pullman Sleeping (Jars tU'
'UiattaooosatoBirmlcgham aad New Orleans. J
j. No. 3 carrle4Fallmaa Sleeper Loulsvllla to
Cfcattanootra. and AtlantH. aUo Lexiastoa to
Jaeksonvillo via Hot Springs. AshcvUlo. and!
Compartment Sloepor Laxlngton to New
x 1 Dally Except Suaday.
A.WHBDOS.P &T-, A. S-T. STnrrPrSTTA..
IT IulsvUteKy. "LsxiimoiK Ky.
VVQBafrGca. Supt J. K. Cclp.T. it '
t, ; Tr8trcwix.c.
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NotWng else like it"
-' i n mrtcf
" DEDICATED i J5
fBLTyANnsTPnc res ths f t??i
Ioiixt KurserySBaih i if jjj
r Price- XZh. R.W2
lit lasts twice as lone as otters.
A trial will convince r its reat
merit. 'Will please the T .'astidioua.
CHARLES F MLLER,
Mir. of FRENCH - LLED TOILET
c'c' SOAPS A.' i PERFUMERY,
i'w v m wvvvvvvw
no not lick I)
I HIGHEST GRADE IT)
Every Wheel Guaranteed,
Send for catalogue.
nmmi cycle hfg. co.,
Rcspoaslble dealers invited to I
repona wltn us. (T)
UEU. Y. KILEY
Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends
Wright's Celerv Capsules.
Shelbyille, Ky , May 20, '00. To
Medical Co., Col., O :
Gents I have purchased a box of
Wriuht's Celery Capsules from G. X.
Middelton, druggist, and used them for
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation
aud found that thev gave me immediate
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
9 Geo. W. Riley.
BED WETTING CURED
Off AO PAY. Mrs. B. M. HO WAN. Milwaukee,
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 most improved
machinery. We have no agenis
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
anywhere for examination.
Our Interesting Offer
Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, lad.
Insure your homes unci
business property against
I represent two of the most
reliable Insurance Companies
in the United States and respectfully
ask for a share of
S. F. ROCK,
lei ly KK Sec. Street, (Up Stairs).
Madison Monumental Works.
i . '?. . ., . .WANUFACTUHER
AND ALL JUNDS OF
m Hhq'pan r$) ,
We Send it FREE!
X. 19 .
Yoimg and Old.
in the Discovery.
When a man sufferel for years
witlra weikness that Mi-to Uit life aiwl
robs him of all that really make life
north living, if he avail iiimelf of a
complete cure, w by not possess the moral
courage to stop Ins downward
We will send vou by mail,
FKEK, in n!am jwkaf, the AM-Powerful
DIt. iliiKW AYS Vir.Ali
with a legal gear
antee to permanentlv cure l.llSf
VAIUCnilELE S nil'S forever
XllijIT EMISSION'S and all unnatural
drains. Returns to former appearances
em mated on; ins
No C. O D fraud nor recipe deception.
If we could not on re, we would not send
our medicnie FREE to try, and pay when
satisfied. Write to-day, :fs this aiav ot
appear again. Addrent
"Western Medicine Company,
WCOKPORITED. Kalamazoo. 3Iitli
SOLD ON AN i
r i. -T- ti
orxc JJUiiiu s i ' 1 V
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS E
n.i .nbMnkmcoi wunnutai KUTLii
U OF THE ASC
l EASY AND PLEA3MVT TO TAKE.
Easiest to take
Entirely veRetable vv
Most certain and never
fii'mtr Worm Detroer i
EVER DISCOVERED. -
Sold for a quarter of a century '"
with cominuallv increas
ing demand Think a moment
uoc5 mis not mean merit ?
125,000 Cliildrpii yearly Sent to
their Graei by Worms.
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS
would have saved them all.
PRICE, !!5e. mil ItOX.
Fornale by all dealer la (
Manufactuccd on r J-.e i r prielur,
j. ;Y. :mdo:xajlid,
L. & JN1. R. R,
K. U. .DIVISION.
In Effect Mncn 1, ISOtJ.
LV. lExpress for Cincinnati,! akv
Paris, Mavsville, i. ji.
6.25 jmail. ; 7.20
iCincinnati. Paris, Mays-i
p. ji. Iville, Winch ester aiid
2.05 j Lexington mail. ' LS5
1.10 lico, Pineville. j 125.1
Fast line for Livinsioe, a m.
11.43 London.Jellico Knoiville 31ft
A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, p. x.
3 ID Paris. Winchester.
P M Hon land, lincaster arwl .v. a
1.20 Stanfoni. 10:10
Rowlanl, Lancaster ad
7-2.". Stanford. &:&)
For further particular rail on or aMrea.
Frankfort I Mmi liiiw&y.
In Effect March 1. WSt.'
DAILY EXCEPT SUXDAY.
Lve Frankfort '(3D IW
Arr Elkhorn 6 15 3 58
' Swiuer. SSI 3
Stamping Oroontl 7 86 3 4s
" DirvalN 7 W IM
" Ceorgetown 7 29 i IS
Lve Geoixetowrn. 8 00 4 36
Arr Newtown. 8 12 tt
' CentreviHe 8 32 4W
Elizabeth S 2S IM
Pans 8 W .
Lve Paris . 9 a M
Arr Elizabeth 9 X S '2
Centreville 38 -3
Newtown. . 9V 5 53
" OeorBctown M CO lit
Lve Georgetown W S 30
Arr Duvalls. 56 8 II
" Stampins Ground 11 M SHI
Switrer. 1138 8 SB
rnthorn 11 36 7 6C
" Frankfort 11 36 T IS
C. D. BERCAW. OenT Pus. Agent.
GEO. B. HARPER. OenU Supt.
Ehenpeab ui M Riihf&j.
Time of Train at Winchester. Ky.
Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom 8 X am
Eastern Express for 7 3 am
Morehead ami Lexington Aecom. . 3 GO pm
New York Limited F. F. V IMu
Lcxintrton and toreheftd Accom. 9 M am
New York Llmitel F. F. V. 11 W am
Lexincton and Mt. Sterlinjc Accost 6 30 mi
Washtngton Express 38 fmt
Accommodation traiss ruw daily axeeet
Other trams run ikutv
Through sleeping and din'.a? car service to
For information. rate or sler"'r"r',eB
call on or write KIIOCD As IAJf.lly.,
or GEORGE W BARN FY.
D. P. A. C. i O Ry., Lixintoti Ky.
idea tome gimpio
thllLr u rules 1 1
Protect your Ideas;" ther may brlns you viealth.
Write JOHN WiOiOCKBUld i CO- Patent Attor
ccjj. WaJhlagutn. D. C- fur thrlr tlsoa prlo oiler
and Ut ot two boailred luTeaUoiu wantea.
f 5 r
1 2 -
AND DEALER IN
d'C. add re,
Moi)ilii)ei)tal VorR?.. -.
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