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VOLUME XL RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1897. NUM33EK' 11. m
W wish to caution all users of Simmons
Xivr Regulator on a subject of the deepest
Mil-real, itnd imjortance to their health
vrhs.p their hvra. The sole proprietors
nd tnafcora of Simmons liver Regulator
JMrn Uint customers are often deceived by
tiyin and biking some medicine of a
aimi'ar appearance or taste, believing it to
le Amnions Liver Regulator. We warn
you that unless the word Regulator is on
i he package or bottle, that it is not Simmons
Livrr Regulator. No one else makes, or
ever has made Simmons Liver Regulator, or
anything called Simmon Liver Regulator,
but J. II. Zeilin &. Co., and no medicine made
x by anyone else is the same. PWe alone can
put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if
other medicines represented as the same do
not help you as vou are led to expect they
will. Bear this fact well in mind, if you have
lwen in the habit of using a medicine which
you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator,
bectose th name was somewhat like
it, and tha 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
Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever,
Headache. Dypepsia, and all disorders
arising from a Diseased Liver.
we ask you to loot lor 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. ZEILIN & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator,
IMISS 311h KKll CULDK.S'.
E.?OjJicc adjoining .1 .R Burnam' t.
A. .' ) BETSYS.
K. W. MILA.BRl
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office In the Burnam Building, next door to
Farmer's National Banl
C P. BURNAM.
W. 8. MODIiBLEV.
nURNAM A MOBERLEY.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Oppicr. in Bnrnara Building, recently
pled by A. R. Burnam.
A TTO UN E Y- at-La w,
RICHMOND, - KENTUCKY.
Offirc over Tnvlor's Hardware store,
Court lionet, on Main Street.
II. B. HOGG,
A TTORNEY A T LA W.
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office No. 13 Fin,t SL. up stairs. 31-30
GRANT E. LILLY,
A T LA II',
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Ofllcc S. W. corner M tin and Second
streets up stairs. Will practice in all
the courts of Madison and adjoiuing
counties and Court of Appeals.
J O. & D. M. CHENAULT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Richmond, - - Kentucky
Oilice on Second street, over
u It's gruccry.
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W.
Richmond, ------ Kentucky.
Collections solicited. 1?
DR. II. II. GIBSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Kichmokd. ... Kentucky.
Office in the Joe Ccilins building, iS and ao Second
Street, over White .old drucitore. 17-
Graduate Ontario Veterinary
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office up stairs over New York Store, corner
Mmn and Kirot streets. Richmond 46-
IT. C. JASPER, JU.DI
Medicine and Surgery.
Office Collins Building, Main Street.
Telephone 11 1 residence (the Cnrr place) on
Richmond, - Kentucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond, - Kentucky.
Office in Smith Building, No. 104 Main Street, np
atairs. Office hours 13 to 1 ana 4 to 50 ciocic
DR. JOHN M. FOSTER,
Richmond, - Kentucky
Telephone at office and residence. V
G. W. EVANS, M. D.,
PlIT8ICIAN and Subgeon,
Richmond. - - - - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond, ... Kentucky.
Office and residence on Third Street.
DR. A. WILKES SMITH,
Richmond, - Kentucky
building.. Main Street. Office
ionri, 9:00 to 1 M.J 1:00 to 4 I. M.
ifeTPractice limited to dentistry.
3. CMoboax. J. A. Yates.
MORGAN & YATES,
Richmond, - - - Kentucky.
Street, pvw Madison Wil
THE WAVE OF PROSPERITY.
Silver-tongued oratois, with nn endless
Cow of words, nnd more lung power
tlinu bnun power, poured forth their
sttcaiug of gilt-edge descriptions of the
vast waves of prosperity that would engulf
the country and bring songs of
Kindness to the lips of hundreds who
were wont to complain of suffering and
privation, if the sovereign voters would
but march up to the polls on election
day and deposit their ballots for
aud the gold basi.
Caught by the glowing descriptions
then poured into their ears, contrasting
them with the condition which prevailed
around them, they voted for the
wavo of prosperity. The air was filled
with their shouts of exultant rejoicing
when thenens of the election cninc in
Smiles wreathed the mouth of the shaven,
while the beards of those who wore
whiskers shook like ball gras3 in a wind
Oh ! yes, everything was going to be
prosperous, e cry body happy. Yes, everything
was going to be lovely. But
the loveliness has not appeared. Bleak
blew' the winds of adversity, and before
them have tottered ninny of the banks
whirh eontaiu the hard-earned cash of
mechanics and artisans. Snows of
lie upon the promises of politicians
while the wot king men bland out in the
cold, longim: fur that wave of prosperity,
that, like n "ihinoc" wind, is to temper
the industrial atmosphere and start the
bud of hope swelling. They wait in
Since the election held last fall, and the
tiiumph of the "honest" nioncyites,
banks containing bundrede of thoiwiids
of dollars of poor people's earning, have
suspended by the score. Wages have
been rednctd. Hours of lalor have
been shortened, and vaiious industries
cl(cd dow n. Thousands of people w ere
frozen to death for the want of fuel,
and deaths from starvation are too
shockingly numerous for contemplation.
A condition of universal uurest, despair
aud pallid want maintains throughout
the l.md, aud everyday witnesses
scenes that would make angels weep, if
such things existed, and Jacobs ladder
was still Btretched from earth to
Elegant ball rooms glisten in the light
of a tl ion wind incandescent lamps. Soft
music, swelling to oluniptuous fulness,
and ng.iiu dying dow n bo as to most powerfully
affect the emotions, fill the room
as gay maidens and matrons and gallant
uucsls display their jewels and costly
drotnnjM. Sports crow more numerous
and more costlv Lavish expenditure
for public and private entertainments
are heralded in the newspapers, and the
various members of suobocracy vie
with each other in their efforts to make
the greatest display of their wealth.
Keen ears citch the wail of agonizing
mothers mingled with tho strains of
high music, and the moans of those who
die of wHut commingle w ith its echoes.
Each diamond sparkles with the luster
of a million tears while the rubies glow
with the life-blood wrung from the bodies
of those w ho toil from year's end to
yeai's end with no hope but tho grave.
"The heaven of the rich is built on the
hell of the poor"
Side by side we Bee tho most abject
squalor, and the greatest display of luxury.
If the wave of prosperity has
swept across tiro continent no one has
found it out. The coal miner, smeared
over with the black from the mines, has
not been lifted one inch out of his previous
condition of privation, and, iu
fact, lias had to stand a reduction iu wages.
Those who run the trains, man
the ships till the Boil, card, spin, weave,
hake, saw aud hammer, find it as hard
.is oyer to bupply themselves with the
necessities and comforts of life, and the
vast army of the unemployed constantly
increases. This army of idle people endangers
the security ot those who have
work, causing the man with a job to
hate and dread the man who has no job,
hiletlie one who has no work hates
and envies the one who is so fortunato
as to have employment. The smile that
wreathed the face of the gullible voter
when McKiuley's election was an
nounced, has turned into a look of dis
appointment, and of rage.
And they need not expect anything
better w bile we are crowned with a gold
standard; while monopolization of nat
ural sources of woalth remain; while
politicians f quandur the people's money
iu appropriation; while special privileges
last, and working men are fools enough
to uphold them by their votes, and by
force of aims, so long will all the horrors
of our present day life continue and
grow more prououueed. The disease of
poverty aud want gnaws its way toward
tho vitals of society, and must eat on
like a cancerous affection until society is
destroyed unless the cause such of poverty
No presidential election, the success of
no political party, nor yet the act of
Congress or the legislative bodies of tho
State, can cure the disease of n gold
standard that is killing all that is grand
and noble in humanity, and slowly, but
surely undermining the very constitu
tion of civilized society. It is a desper
ate disease and requires heroic treatment.
Ignorance, prejudice, folly; these three
foul Miirits of the dark past hold the
minds of the people in bondage and it is
only by driving them forth, and forbidding
their further influence that the
people may hope to rid themselves of
the oppression of a gold standard that is
crushing out their lives and blasting all
hope of future betterment
Lnarn the cause of your sufferings, all
who complain, and laying aside all sectional,
national or religious prejudice,
join yoar efforts in trying to overcome
the difficulties that beset your path.
Your piefcnt evils are upon you by
reason of an unjust financial policy
whfoh vou should strive to throw off
as a yoke of bondage. Heaven helja
those who help themselves. Let us
unite for protection from this ill-balanced
law of the land. Vote it out! -
Obk Bee See.
Collector Rodes lias taken good care of
his homo county in the matter of
gaugcrshlpsand fourteen gentlemen
from Bovlo are now under assign-
inonL With tho civil service rsfcijlati&ns
J j thea,' they rHay.refflifn ohJL
the list for some time to come. . . . Collector
Yerker has made a long li6t of appointments
of stockholders nnd gangers,
hut alas, aud alas, no Jessamine Republican
can be found on the list with a
magnifying ghua but here's betting that
Judge Bob Wilinore will evidentuallj'git
thar. . Conipbiuts from ra
and gaugers aie being tiled with the Civil
Sen ice Commitsion alleging discrimination
by new Collectors, some of whom
are giving assignments only to mou
known to bo Republicans. . . J. M.
Belts was in Richmoud Wednesday trying
to trace tho whereabouts of that lato
civil service examination he thinks he
"'passed." Nicliolasville Democrat.
Collector -Yerkes took formal charge of
the 8th district Saturday afternoon.
From tho present outlook he will be exceedingly
slow iu making appointments
and the faithful will have to wait with
patience for pie. Dltdi her out, Bro.
Yerkes, thu boysare awful hoimry. Jessamine
The collectors office at Richmond was
formerly transferred Saturday from Mr.
Rodes to Mr. Yerkes. Mr. Yerkes is still
u: Richmond and will probably not le
at home until Friday or Saturday. Mr.
RodcS has returned ami will resultle tho
practice of law at his old olllcc. There
have been no change in tho clerical force
of the office yet, and there will be none in
for several days. The desks are filled
jU6t as they hae been under Mr. Rodes,
with W. L. Crutcher, of Richmond, as
chief deputy. There is one Republican
in the oilice who has been there through
several administrations. This is Bland
B.illanl, who has a clerkship. Whether
or not ho will remain permanently with
Mr. Yerkes has not been announced. Ar
to the removal of the oilice, Mr. Yerkes
evidently beliees that the fight is not
yet over, as he rented the old quarters
tor just one-more month. At the end of
that time, it is presumed, the oilice will
either be moved to Danville or to the new
public building at Richmond. Danillo of
He Wanted a Wheel.
''Well, my son," said a Red House
father to his boy, who wanted awheel,
you'll find one in tho frontondof that
wheel harrow, and there is a big pile
of ashes back of tho house that will
have to be moved. The handle bars
are of white ash and and are adjustable
so you can get any style of hump
on that suits your fancy It is regulated
largely by the load you put on.
The bigger the load the more you
have to hump yourself. Bo careful
and don't mar the enamel on tho
frame, and keep the ball boarings
well oiled, so they won't cut into tho
cones. The tiro is absolutely
so you won't have to keop a
pump and repair kit with you. By
tho time you have removed that pile
of ashes I think you will have made
a century run, also tho prespiration.
You'd better come in to dinner now."-
The committee on transportation ap
pointed by the department commander
of Kentucky to secure the best means of
tiaiisportation to the Slst national encampment,
G. A. K., to be held at Buffalo,
N. Y., August 23 to 28, 1897, have
selected the Louisville & Nashville to
Cincinnati, Big Four Route Cincinnati
to Cleveland, Lake shore road Cleveland
to Buffalo, and hereby designate above
roads as the bfricial route.
The department of Kentucky headquarters
special train will leave Central Un
ion deiot,. Cincinnati, at 8 p. m Sunday,
August 22, and arrive at Buffalo the following
morning at 8:30. The, headquarters
train will consist of elegant gas-lighted
vestibuled daylcoaches, baggage
car aod elegant Wagner palace sleepiug
cars, aud will run through solid from
Cincinnati to Buffalo without change.
Comrade S. J. Gates, General Agent,
"Big Four Route," will be in charge of
Department Headquarters train between
Cincinnati and Buffalo, and will personally
look to the comfort and welfare
of comrades en route.
Comrades, with their families and
friends, who are located on lines other
than the official route, cau join the party
at Cincinnati aud go by special train from
there. Tickets are on sale August 20th
to 23rd, inclusive, aud will be honored
for continuous passage only in both directions;
good going only on date of sale,
and will permit of return without execution
at Buffalo, provided return journey
is commenced prior to September, 1, '97.
An extension of return limit may be
obtained to leave Buffalo not later than
Seplemlier 20, 1897, provided tickets are
deposited with joint agent at Buffalo between
August 23rd and 27th, both dates
inclusive. A fee of 25 cents will be required
iu connection with each ticket
deposited for extension of return limit,
this amount to be collected at time of
deposit. The office of the joint agent at
Buffalo is located at Nos.tJOO, 302 and 304
Washington Street, upon the ground floor
of Elhcott Square Building.
Tho lines selected by the Transportation
committee compose tho leading
trunk lines of the country, and we re
assured by tho officials of theso lines that
everything in their power will be done
to make tho trip a safe, pleasant and enjoyable
- Tho route of the Headquarters Depart
ment Train is through the following
towns and cities: Cincinnati, Dayton,
Springfield, Columbus, Galion, Cleveland
and Ashtabula, Ohio; Erie, Ra.; Dun
kirk aud Buffalo, N..Y.
W. H. Haktos,
C. II, BLIS3,
Committee on Transportation
Gbobcib T. Gkikstead, - -
' Afsistant Adjutant General.
A. J. THARP.
.-' T i- L
f - J ; .- Mi'
Celebrated for Its great leavening
strength and healthfulncss. Assures
the food ngainrt alum and all onns
of adulteration common tothe heap
brands, rotai, baking powdebco.,
- SOME PENSION FIGURES.
The Revolutionary war ended 1 14 years
ago, but thoro are on the pension rolls
thirteen widows and daughters of Revolutionary
soldiers. There are six widows,
the seventh and oldest, Mrs. Loey
Aldrich, having died at San Diego, Cal.,
this eek in her ninety-eighth year.
The next oldest on the lNt isllauna Barrett,
a soldier's daughter. She is ninety-seven
years old. Tho six widows range
age from eighty to eighty-six years.
At tho clot-e of the last fiscal year thens
were fourteen soldiers and sailors of the
warofl8P2on the pension rolls. The
oldest, llosea Rrown, of Oregon, was 104
years of age. Four others had passed the
aj;e of 100. Tho youngest, John
of Maryland, was ninety. Mr.
Lumbers-on must have been a youiij:
warrior, as he was only eight yenrs old
when the war of 1S12 ended. It is esti
mated that the last suniving soldier of
tho war of the rebellion will have passed
away by 1945, or eighty years after Ap
pomatlox. If, however, they marry and
beget children as late iu life as did some
the Revolutionary heroes, their widows
and daughters may be on the pension
rolls in 1070.
MADISON COUNTY POETRY.
We hnvo read of Maud on a summer
day, who raked, barefooted, tho new-mown
hay, we have read of the maid iu
the early morir. who milked the cow
with the crumpled hrn; nnd we've read
that the poets sing of the rustling
com aud thu How ere of spring, but
of all the lays of tongue or pen, there's
tiaiiKht like the lay of the Red House
hen. Long, long before Maud rakes the
hay the Kiiksville hen has begun to lay;
and ere the milkmaid stirs -A 'peg, the
lieu id up and has dropped her "egi:; the
corn must rustle and flowers spring if
they hold their own with the barnyard
ring. If Maud is needing a hut and gown,
she dosen't hustle her hay to town ; she
iroes to the store and obtains her suit
with a basket full of her fresh hen fruit;
if the milkmaid's beau makes a Sunday
call, she dosn't feed him milk at all, but
works up eggs in a custard pie aud stuffs
him full of chicken fry; and w hen the old
man wants a horn, does he take the
druggist a load of corn? Not much! He
simply robs a nest and to town he goes
you know tho rest. He lingers there and
he talks, perchance, of true reform and
correct feenancc, while his poor wife
stajs at home and scowls, but is saved
from want by those self-name fowls; for
while her husband lingers there sh
watches the cackling hens with care,
and gatheis eggs, and the eggsshe'll hide
till she saves enough to stem the tide.
Then hail, all hail, to the "Waco hen, the
greatest blessing of all tomenl Throw up
your hats and make Rome howl for the
ptrBcering barnyard fowl. Corn may be
king, but its plain to be seen the Madison
hen is the Kentucky Queen.
"Tho Daily Rebel."
The above is the title of a paper
kindly furnished ua by Mrs. J. M.
Poyntz, of this city. Upon the margin
in lead poncll appears tho following:
Win. Berry Baylcss, Juno 22,
The Rebel was rpublished every
morning by Franc M. Paul at Chattanooga.
Tenn." 'The copy before us,
No. 9, yellowwith age, appeared August
9, 1862. Thts late Senator Isham
G. Harris was Governor, and he issued
"General Order No. 7," ordering
an encampment of State Troops, and
requesting volunteers for twelvo
months, as prescribed In tho Acts of
the General Assembly, for trio defence
of the Stato." Col. Leon Trousdale
was in command of the encampment;
Major G. S. Bailing, Quartermaster;
Major Daniel F. Cocke, comissary.
Attested by"W. O. WhUthomo, Att'y.
Tho Conscription Law is given in
full. Here are souto items:
"A special dispatch from Richmond
to the Atlanta Intollgencer states
that Gens. Bucknor, Tilgmnu, Macall
and Pottigrew havo arrived in Rich
mond, together with sovoral officers
of lower grade.
"No less than 80,000 pounds of molten
load were among the spoils qi our lato
victories near Richmond.
"The number of inmates in tho
hospitals in Richmond has do
creased so of lato that it has been
deemed more economical to remove
the few patients to other hospitals
and close them while they undergo
renovation for the reception of victims
of future battles. None of tho
hospitals now contains half the number
of -wounded that they did a weolc
after the late battles.
"Tho Democratic convention m&tat
Iudiatfapolls on the SOtln 50,000 in attendance.
It is tho largest ever hold
in the state. 'Gov. Hendricks presided;
Wickliff, of Ky.; Richardson,
Voorhies, Carlisle and others were
present. Resolutions were passod de
nouncing ,5110 prosecuuou oi. nits wo
opposing subjugation or coercion denouncing
emancipation in every form,
and "calling for an entire change in the
administration. 'Wickliil said he
was o; the Union if tho South and
slavery- were not to be interfered with,
but if -war was waged to free slaves
not another drop of blood should bo
"The, nunurea ana ntty oau xankea
officers; including generals, "majors,
eoloueifl.MleUUuaiita, land captain's,
"T .- TV ' i -!
t;li PSSv ir '2r
quarters on eighteenth street, and
more closoly confined in the' noted
Libby prison, corner of Twentioth
and Gary strcots. which is, now nearly
emptied of Yankeo wounded. The
officers left their rather comfortable
quarters reluctantly, but misconduct
of some of thetn rendered the change
necessary ami imperative. Their personal
effects cots, lounges, nnd baggage
were all removed with them,
and tart- a oro running all day between
the two places. It is to bo hoped, if
their comfort is not enhanced here,
security will be. Copied from the
The Richmond Examiner wages
that the cartel for the exchange of
prisoner's delivers a surplus of 8.000
Yankee prisoners and citizens
seized at will by tho Yankees, to rot
Mr. Will 1Og.m, of Madison, South
Dakota, Writing back to Jus father, at
Nicholasille, tells how the farmer prospers
out there. The letter was not w
for publication, and i, therefore
nothing but a plain statement of personal L
porience. It 6hows how llio money
lender devours the profits of labor ,on
the farm in South Dakota iu this blessed
country where the gold bugs feed on the
heart of the rose of prosperity, and all
the time tell the people that money is
plentiful enough and times will be good
as soon as they quit talking about money.
They might as well insist that it will sat
isfy a staniug man's appclito if ho will
quit talking about staring Louisville
Don'l Waste Your Precious Bones.
Tho Klondike fever may 'attack some
of our gentlemen of leisure, and although
we have them to spare w e commend
this warning .to their consideration:
It is the duty of every newspaper fo
plainly warn every enthusiast w ho starts
for the Klondike gold fields that dcith
awaits him, as a very probable omcumo
of his out lire- Hundreds of hopeful
prospectors have died on the road to
this bleak and inaccessible 1 Dorado,
and that when there was no tlinrp rivalry
for animals, vehicles of transporta
tion and food. Let the aspiring gold
hunter, all of fchore dreams of profits are
rose-tinted, pause and consider well before
he leaves home and friends for this
tiierceand pitiless region. Harrodsburg
Warnings like the above are probably
well enough, but if a fellow wants to go
he will more than likelv bo of the same
opinion as the old mountain Democrat
who whs running for ofi'iLe. He said he
would get there "in spite of h 1 and
Kentucky Fair Dales.
At the annual meeting ot the Kentucky
Fair Association, in the Willard
Friday afternoon, the following were
cle ted officers for the coming ear:
President, W. I. Samueln,
Vice Presidents, J. II. M.illory, Bowling
Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond;
Secretary and Treasurer, A. R. Carroth
The committee appointed to make
list of dates for this season's fairs submitted
the follow tug, which was adopted
by the meeting:
Rlizabethtown, Tuesday August 24.
Bowling Green, Wednesday,
I'adncah, Tuesday, September, 7.
Owonton, September 15, 4 (lays
Mm to rim,
All persons holding claims aipinat the estate
of Jas. Tevls, deceased, must present same to
mo, properly proven on or before Oct. 1, 1897.
At Waltkb Aidell'b Livkuy Stable.
All kinds of band-made harness,- cheaper
than can bo bought any where in BIchmond.
Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction
An education n Harvard, Yale,
or any other college or institution
of learning in the United States,
or in the New England Conservatory
of Music, can be Becured by
anv voting man or womau who is
a iu earnest. Write for particulars
V quicklv. JAMES D. BALL,
rV 30'Bromfield St., Boston, Mass.
ONE OF TWO WAYS.
The bladder was created for ono purpose,
namely, a receptacle for tho urine,
and as sucli it is not ILiblo to any form
ol dise.iso except by ono or two ways.
Tho first way, is from impeifect action of
the kidneys. The second way is from
careless locat treatment of other diseases.
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys
is tho chief causo of bladder
troubles. So the womb, liko the bladder,
was created for one purpose, and if
not doctored too much is not liable to
weakness or disease, except in rare cases.
It iVsituated Jiack of and very close-to
the bladder, therefore any pain, disease
or Inconvenience manifested in the kidneys,
back, bladder or urinary' passage is
often, by mistake, attributed to female
weakness or womb trouble of soma sort.
The error is easily made and may be as
easily avoided. To find out correctly,
set your urine aside for twenty-four
hours; a 'sediment or settling Indicates
kidney or ..bladder trouble. Tha mild
and the, extraordinary effect of Dr
the trreat kidney and
bladder remedy, is soon realized. If yon
need jl medicine yotr should havo the
best. -At druggists fifty cents and ono
dollar. You may have a. sample bottlo
and pamphlet lib'th senf freebyaail.
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ti WILLIAnS. DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
LlverrtUs for I lrrr Ills,
The Famous LltUe Uvrr Pills.
Sold by D Z. iz T. B. Taylor,
SA T H
Tho undersigned har three separate small
arras which he offers a"i private sale separately
or together. All three .ire situated at
WHITE'S - STATION,
on the water3 of Silver Creek. They contain
respectively 85 and 16.1 acres, and arc 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, chcrches, railroads, mills,
etc., all within a mile or White's Station Post
Office, ten miles from Ktchinond.
TERMS Sale will be made one-third cash,
balance to suit purchaser. For particulars,
Geo. D. White,
White's Station. Ky.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
TakoLaiathe Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure.
25c. For sale by W G. White, Druggist, Richmond,
L. L I
IS the executor of th; last will of Wra. It.
" IIokks, dee'd., and by virtnrc of the power
and authority therein conierrea upon me,
Tuity, M M, 123?,
at alxrat 10:30 o'clock, a m., at tho rcsldcnve
of said Wm. R. Bosgs, dee'd., near Richmond,
Ky . sell nt public auction to the highest aid
best bidder tho following personal and real
Ouo yoke of fine oxen; two extra fine yearling
catt'e; one milch cow; two calves; three
head of horses; five sowiinnd seventeen shoats;
some fanning implements; onehalf Interest in
a Deld of about 27 acres of growing corn; some
bacon; and one new inv ilid chair.
Also the Following Tracts of
Lands, to-Wit: -
One tract containing about 215 acres, formerly
constituting a part of tho Alex Tribble.
estate and which Is now occupied by Joseph B.
Cornelison, and which aJjoins the land of Jno.
D. Harris, J. C Brontton, John Mason and
others in Madison county. Ky.
One other tract conta ning about 117 acres,
and known as the James Black place and which
adioins the tract above tamed.
Also one omer iratt cuuumuiub auuu. j
acres, known as the home place of Wm It.
BogRS, dee'd , and which adjotn3 the tract last
mentioned ttbo o.
The last two named will be offered
separately and then as i. whole, and that bid
will be accept'-d which j iclds most -money to
These lauds are in a hi?h state of cultivation
and finely timbered, woll watered and have
good fencing thereon K comfortable dwelling
on each of the three traces..
This property will be sold without reserve or
limit at the time and -place mentioned; and
possession for seeain? privileges win oe given
in tho fall of 1897, and full possession on January
TEKM8. The persona, property will bo sold
forcash for oil sums undar ten dollars, and for
all sums in excess of that amount a credit will
bo given until January 1 1838, but negotiable
notes with apnroved sure ty thereon will be required
from the purchasnrs.
The real estate will be bo13 on the following
One third payable January 1, 1818, and the
remainder on and payable in one and two
years from January 1, IS"., in equal Instruments,
with interest at the rate of six per cent,
per annum thereon from January 1, 18US, until
On January 1, 1898, tie lands sold will be
conveyed by deed when the purchaser will be
required to execute negotiable notes for the
deferred payments, and a, lien will be retained
in the deed to secure tie payment of same.
TlinnnrrhHRennav. hownver. iay all or such
. r . .. l"1 :i T 7- .UA ....
part ot the purcnase prion in excess oi vac uuc
third required to be paid on January 1, 1893, as
he may elect to do.
This July 21, 1897.
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of Parkersburg, Vf. Va., Recom
rnendtj "Wrigals Celery
' - Pakkekuoeo, W. Va.,
January 20, 1095.
The AVrioht Met. Co.,
Gontlemen: TJhtvo been iishir
Wright's Celery Ca)sifles 3lco November,
1S94, ami find tlitm to bo as recommended.
1 iirst bepin taking them
while at Hot SpringaJtAilc, under treatment
for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver anil
Stomach troubb. Constipation which L
had been a long sufferer, 1 found the
Celerv Capsules cavil mo irreat relief
from tfie begtuiiiUK,arjl havo usel thsm
ever siuco. With iilpsartf,, and
recoinmenijjtlicrn a any- and,
all wiffering with Jik'elkfilictiotis or clthor
'ofthwu.' very uulyjypurs.
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men recoverTouihful vlror. ..fwmcK iy ..um
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either cx, I'nlllns 53eraorr, Wnstlau JH
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Can to curried In Tct pocket. i'rc"ald plilr tm
per. SX per boi. or Iir ccl. with A Joiti
rltton Onnranlce to Cure or Jlerunil t"
U.ncr. Pamphlot frw. by 1rutltv A Vr-
Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and f. G.
Schedule In effect May S. 1807.
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Ar. Sholbrvlllo... S.8am MSpic & iftam
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Trains Nob. 1, 2, 5 and 9 carry Free Observation
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Ar. Co&ttinoorfa.. 7.10pm aooim
Ar. Atlanta a warn lttesm,
Ar. Itacon 8.15am il lupin
Ar Jackson vlllo. 9 10pm
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Ar. lllrmlngham. lLMpm 101 tarn
Ar. Meridian .. . 4.16 am KCpm,
Ar. New Orleans. 1133am wpig
. Va I curries Frm Chair oar Louis vile to
Lexington there coanectluj with Solid
IniloTraln Car via'
Chattanooga to uinningnam ana .ion vrrirtas
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Ckattanooaa. and Atlanta, mso Lcxlagftui'to
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The most refreshing: and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
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STrajty AunsrjTx r&3 the 02A
JIOIIXT ItUKSEBYSDATH J2ft
It lasts twice as lonr ?-s otters.
Atrial will convince "f Its great
merit. Will please thr "i lasomoua.
CHARLES F. FILLER,
Mfr.ot FRENCT. MLLED TOILET
V O V 9 V V
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o NORTHAMPTON, MASS. I!
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respond with us. I)
GEO. W. KII.EY
Of Slielbyville, Ky., Recommends
Wright's Celerv Capsules.
Slielbwille, Ky., May 20, '96. To
Wright Medical Co.. Col., O.:
Gents I have purchased a n of
Wrieht'a Celery Capanles from G. N.
Miililelton. rirnmrist, nnd nsed them for
Sour Stoiiwli.Torpiil Liver and Constipation
and found tlist they cave me immediate
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
9 Geo. W. Rilev.
BED WETTING CURED
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H TnCSHCATCSTVUORM OCSTROY Btfi
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Smallest dose . rt
Easiest to take K
Most certain and never
failing Worm Destroyer vx
Sold for a quarter of a century
with continually increasing
demand. Think a moment
Docs thLs not mean merit ?
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their GraTes by Worms.
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS
would have saved them all.
raiCE, 23c. rEK BOX,
For&ale by all druggists and dealers la Rwlielnt.
Manufactured only by the proprietor,
J. jY. LcTOAJLI,
L. & M. JEL K
K. U. DIVISION.
In Effect 3I.Rcn 1, 1S0O.
lv. Expreea for Cincinnati, arv
a. M. Paris, Marseille, Win- i. jt.
Chester and Lexington
6.25 mail. "JM
3t. ville, 'Winch ester and
2.0o Lexington mail. 1.05
Livingston, London, Jel-
1.10 lico, Tineville. 1255
Fast line for Livingston, a. '.
11.13 London.Jellico.Knoxville 3 11
a. Fast line for Cincinnati, p. m.
3 19 Paris. Wincliestsr. 11.43
r m. Rowland. Lancaster and a. m
1.20 S'tanfonf. 1O.10
Rowland, Lancaster awl
7:25 Manford. 6 :"()
For further particulars call on or address,
KUPER HOOD, Agt.
Frukfort Si Gineina&ii Mm.
Ia Effect March 1, 1887.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
a.Bi. p m.
Lve Frankfort- ;-Jl "6 30 3 110
Arr ElVhorn 6 3 'JO
SunUer. 8 51 333
' Stamping Ground .:k 3 i
" Duvalls . 7 W 3t
' GcorgetowB 7 30 1 15
Lve Oeorgetown 8 Ol i :b
Arr Newtown- 8 12
Centreville . 822 1 K.
Elizabeth 4 IK
" Paris 8 W & 10
Lve Piris 9 20 5 30
Arr Elizabeth 9 32 3 K
Centreville . 9 33 6 IS
' Newtown.. . 9 13 S28
Georgetown taoo S 10
Lre Georgctowm 10 10 C30
Att .10 56 5 It
Stamping Ground 11 10 6 13
" Switzer 1I K 659
Elkhorn. 1135 7C
J" Frankfort 1155 720
C. D. BEKCAW. Gen'l Pass. Agent.
GEO. B. HARPEK, Gen'l Supt.
hiw&i li Ohio Mk
Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky.
Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom S 33 am
Eastern Exprets for Louisville. ? 30 act
Morehead and Lexington Accom. 3 00 pm
New York Limited F. F. Y 1 50 pin
Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 mi
.CMT x- -O' lUIkJ.IUUkCUC.Ct t (:.. vf v it . 11 5S act
Lexington and Mt- Sterling Accom. 6 30 pni
Washington Express 0 a pn
Accommodation trains run dally except Sunday.
Other trains run daily.
Through sleeping and dining car scrvlco to
For information, rates orslecperreervation
call on orwrlte K. HOOD. Agcnf t&N.Ey.,
or GEORGE W. BARNEY.
D. P. A. C. & O. Ky., Lexington. Sy.
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Wrlto JOHN WXODEUBDRN A CO, Iatent Attorneys.
Waahrottdn. D. C for tbelr 1JC0 prlxa offer
aad Uxt ot two hundred lavmuocs waated.
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