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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1897, NUMBEE 12.
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V wish to caution all users of Simmons
RoguUtor on a subject of the deepest
intTcist and importance to their health
jrh.ap their The sole proprietors
ttd makers of Simmons Liver Regulator
J- irn thitt customers are often deceived by
L living and taking some medicine of a
enmi.ar apjiearance or taste, believing it to
if S.ramons Liver Regulator. We warn
you that unless the word Regulator is on
the package or bottle, that it is not Simmons
Li ver Regulator. No one else makes, or
pver has mide Simmons Liver Regulator, or
anything M.ld Simmons Liver Regulator,
"but J H Zeilin A Co., and no medicine made
by anyone else is the same. Ve alone can
put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if
other medicines represented as the same do
not heln you as you are led to expect they
will Boar this fact well in mind, ifyou have
been in the habit of using a medicine which
you lupposed to bo Simmons Liver Regulator,
lh 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 favorablv known for many years, and
all who use it know how necessary it is for
PeTer and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation,
Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders
arising from a Diseased Liver.
V 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
mediane called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. H. ZETLIN S CO.
Slmautna Liver Regulator.
MISS .MIL KKII (JIILIIKX.
STENOGRAPHER AND .
$OJJ&r ndjvining A .R Burnarn'i.
J W. Af.JL.f?.
- - Kektccet.
Office in the Burn-im Building, next door to
Farmer's National Dank.
C. F. BUI-SAM.
W. 8. MOBEKLEY.
RICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY.
Offjck in Dnrr.m Building, recently occupied
by A. E. Burnam. 31-30
A TTOKXE Y-AT-LA W,
RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY.
Oflire over Taylor's Ilnnlware store,
CVtiirt lloiiHf, on Main Street.
II. B. HOGG,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office No. 13 First St. tip stairs. 31-30
GRANT E. LILLY,
A TLA W,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Ofllce S. V. corner Main and
streets up stairs. AVill practice in all
tlie courts of Madison aud adjoining
counties and Court of Appeals.
J. 0. Jfc T. M. CHENAULT,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office on Second street, over
A TTORyE V-A T-LA W.
RicJivwnd, ------ Kentucky.
Collections solicited. If
DR. II. R. GIBSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond. ... Kentucky.
OlSce in the Joe Colim building, iS and 10 Second
Street, orer Wmte oZd driie&tore. 27-
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office tip stairs over New York Store, corner
Minn and First fttrects, Richmond 46-
U. C. JASPJ2R, M. D
Medicine and Surgery.
Oftice Collins Building, MainStroet.
Telephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on
IticnxoxD, ----- Kentucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond, ... Kentucky.
Office in Smith Building, No. 204 Main Slreet,Jip
stairs. Office hours 12 to 1 an i 4 to 5 o'clock.
DR. JOHN M. FOSTER,
Richmond, - Kentucky
Telephone at office and residence. v
G. W. EVANS, M. D.,
rilYSICIAS AND SUBGEON,
Richmond. ... - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond. ... Kentucky
Ofllce and residence on Third Street.
DR. A. WILKES SSELTII.
Richmovd, ... Kentucky
OrriCB Siotth building. Main Street. Office
hours, 9:00 to 12 M.; 1:00 to 4 P. 11.
errraetice limited to dentistry.
J. C. MqEG an. J. A. Yates.
MORG AN & YATES,
Richmond, - - - Kentucky.
over Midori ifatloB&l
There's an over production ot cotton,
An over production of corn,
Too much of every thing is grown,
Tiki many people born,
A surplus yield of neat and bread,
Of potntoep, oats and rye.
Beef and mutton, liam and epgs,
And home made pumpkin pie.
Too much to eat. too iiaicli te v, ear,
And cattle on too many hills,
Too many Agricultural tools,
Too many plows and drills
There's a surplus now of clothing
Of every giade and kind,
Too many boolits and papers,
Too much thought and mind.
TiK) many moo to do the work, ,
Too many women to weep,
More daylight than the people need,
Too much night for sleep,
Of benedicts a surplus,
An oer supply of wives.
Too many birds and blossoms
More Lees than there are hives.
More sunshine and more shadow
Than is needed for the dell.
An over production of gravestones,
More coffins than we sell, '
An over production of ignorance,
A sight too many schools,
Too many poor, too many rich,
And lots too many foolsl
OitR Dee See.
DON'T GIVE UP.
jlY ELIZA COOK
Ifyou tried and have not won.
Never stop for trying;
All that's gieat and good is done
Just by patient trying.
Though young birds, in Hying, fall,
Still their wings grow stronger;
And the nrai tune they can keep
Up a little longer.
Though the sturdy oak has known
Many a blast that bowed her,
bhe has risen again, and grown
Loftier and prouder.
If by com- work you beat,
Who the more will piir.o jou?
Gaining victory from defeat,
That's the test tint tries you !
There's a mngic in the power
Of an unbended will,
Tnat makes us stronger every hour
For greater efforts Mill;
'Then banish from you evry ' cr.a't,"
And sho yourself a man,
And nothing will your purpose daunt
Led by the brave "I can."
The Republicans point to the greatly
increased price of wheat as ono of
the results of the tariff and the blessings
it will bring. The truth is those
claims are as baseless as that made
by our Democratic speakers last fall
about the connection between the
lhe price of silver and wheat. Neither
the tariff nor bilver has anything to do
with the matter. The price of wheat
like that of labor or interest or anything
else is governed by the law of
biipply and demand. Just now our
harvest is good and that of the rest of
the world is pool and we aie profiting
by tho fact. "Winchester Democrat.
Last ol The Season.
Grand Popular Excursion to Huntington,
W. Va., and return, stopping
at Ashland and Catlettsburg going
and returning Sunday August 22nd
1897 via C. & O. Route including a
trip to the famous Horse Shoo bend
on ono of the mot elegant steamers
of Ohio Rivor free. Your ticket en
titles you to five hours steam boat
ride free. This alone is worth the
money Standing on the boat you
may behold the threo sister states
Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia
in all their beauty and view tho distant
mountains rising in sublime
NOTE THE LOW RATES.
Loxington and Hedges $ 1 50
Thompson and Salt Lick, ... 1
Farmers and Enterprise, ... 1
Olive Hill and Kilgors, . . . .
Meads and Ashland,
Konument to "Pap" RuH.
An original design has been selected
far a monument to go over the grave of
A. D. Buff at Owingsville. The stone
will be rouRh and undressed, in keeping
with the character of the man. It will be
four feet square, above the ground, with
the L. A. W. emblem on top, which will
be of bronze of bell metal, three feet high.
This monument will be the first of the
kind erected in the United States. Mr.
Ruff was one of the oldest and most enthusiastic
members of the League of
American "Wheelman, aud in his will he
bequeathd $1,000 to the Ky. Division, L.
A. W.f and the Cynthiana meet it was
decided to use 800 of it for a drinking
fountain on some prominent country
thoroughfare. Some place on the
A Lexington pike has been propos
ed for this fountain. Sharpsburg World.
The Bourbon News says: "Alexander
Verner Schlegel,a ten-year-old boy
at Richmond, has received the $2,000
bequeathed by the late A. D. ("Pap")
Ruff, his namesake and God-father.
Rufl was the veteran wheelman of Owingsville,
who also left 51 000 to the
L. A. W. to be used to erect a drinking
fountaiu on some Kentucky turnpike
freqnented by cyclers. It should be
placed on the Maysville and Lexington
pike, somewhere between Paris and
Zan Tribble's Toad Frog.
The Danville Advocate by its
localizer tells a good story on
Alexander Tribble, well known and
wiaely connected in Madison:
Zan Tribble, as most everybody
knows, keeps a hotel at Junction
City. H Is hotel, like all others there,
keeps open all night, and it is after
night that all toads go forth to seek
that which thoy may devour. For
about threo months now Tribble's
toad has made regular nightly visits
to the hotel office. He comes in every
night between nine and ten o'clock,
loafs around lor an hour or so catching:
flies, and then doparts. Tribble
and Captain BeU have taken a great
fancy to their friend and permit no
one to molest it. The toad hasbecome
qute tamo, and Taylor, thq night
clerk insists that it knows its name.
He calls it Bryan. One ovidenco of
its fcuneness is that Bryan will make
no eilortatall to get out of the way,
and one is either compelled to step upon
it or walk around. Some times
when there are eight or ten jersons in
the ofllce, Bryan will bop up to each
ono, look up at him or her in an inquiring
sort of way, as if looking for
Tribble, and after taking a survey of
the crowd will go about picking off
the flies which are unfortunate
enough to bo roosting near tho floor.
Tribble it is interesting to watch
Bryan catch a fly. The toad does it so
quickly that tho eye can scarcely follow
its movements. Taylor will gradually
accustom himself to tho toad
and hopes Jo Anally get it so tamo
that he cau teach it to perform 6ome
Capt. I. M. Asher was in Louisville
Mr. C. F. Rryant made a flying visit
to Versailles last Tuesday.
Hon. John D. White, of Manchester,
was here Fiiday on business.
Mr. Geo. W. Hutchison cime up
from Troy on his "bike" last Saturday.
MNs Mary Belle Hambrick, of Nelson
count', is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. D.
Misses Sina Wharton and Mattie
Howe virited Mirw Haltie Moore, at
Speais, last week.
Miss Rosa AshbauKh, of Cincinnati, is
spending a few days with Mrs. Motsau
T.iylor, near Perkius.
Mi-s Hattie Northcutt, of
is visiting her brother, Dr. Elmer
Northcutt and family.
Wm. Lddlord went to Winchester
Saturday to consult Dr. Brown in regard
to ins UHing liealtli.
Miss Clara Roy, of Indiannpolli, Ind.,
is spending a few dajs With the familv
of her brother, G. A. Roy.
Misses Kate Clark and Mavme Lvm li.
of Lexington, visited the family of Sid
Taj lor, at Million, last week.
The wife of Captain F. M. Snurlock.
of Catlettsbnrjr, was called to the bed
side of her sick grand-daughter, a little
child of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Givens, at
Forth last week. After snendiii" a fen
days there, she visited the family of G.
A. Roy aud ether relatives here.
Born, to the ife of "Bud" Jenkins,
August 7, a boy.
J. A. Young, road overseer, is putting
the roads in flue condition.
Rev. Mr. Check is holdiug a protracted
meeting at Bethel Christian church.
Mr. King caught two catfish Saturday
that weighed forty-five pounds a piece.
Rev. O J. Youug is holding an interesting
revival at Antioch Christian
church, on Tates Creek.
The Southern Lumber Co. has bought
of Wharton, Roberts and Day all their
lumber on the Wharton yard.
O. T. Super, w hose saw mill has been
idle for some time will begin operation
Wednesday, giving employment to fifty
II. M. Morgan and Morgan Taylor are
in Clay county buying cattle. They recently
bought 100 head of parties in that
In our spiritual depravity, Rev. Mr.
Miller found us when he began a series
of meetings here last Friday night. Mr.
Miller is a forcible and attractive talker
and the people who listen to words of
wisdom as they fall from his lips cau
not help but be edified and forced by
power divine to say of themselves:
'A pilgrim panting for the rest to come.
The exile anxious for his native home."
The meeting will continue several
days and -those who fail to hear Mr.
Miller willniss a feast for their soul and
an awakening to taeir duty to God.
One day laut week Lenis Biggerstaff
went to J. J. Einbrj's after a fine hog,
and after putting tho hog in his buggy
and starting home he had occasion to
stop in the road, when the hog became
tired of his cramped position in the
buggy and began a terrible squealing,
which scared tho horse Louis was driving
and caused it to run off, smashing
the buggy into smithereens and killing
the hog which Louis prized so highly.
Louis, who is only fifteen years
the loss of his hog, and when the
subject is mentioned heaven-moving
tears course down his boyish face.
Last Sunday evening our ball team,
the Bung Holes, played an aggregation
composed of players from Logana and
Nicholasville. Figurativoly speaking,
they opposed a team in which every one
was a Btar, picked from tho milky way
of tho sidereal system of base ball
The game was lost by the Bung Holes
on account of them sending the small
opaque sphere through the air and asjt
wandered through the interstellar space
and began to descend toward terra firm a
the galaxy of bright- stars that had been
picked from the baldric ways of the base
ball system completely hid the ball from
view as ehe whizzed from star to star
that overshadowed the luminous quali
ties of our boys, who met defeat bravely.
A joke worth relating is told aud
vouched for on Mr. Woodson 'Masters,
who seeing an advertisement of a machine
for killing potato bugs, ordered
one, and it came to hand O, K.. It was
an innocent looking contrivance, consisting
of two small paddles, which were
numbered "one and "two." When lie
started toward his potato patch, with
vengeance -in, his heart and a smile of
ghoulish utee in his countenance, he felt
that perfection could be possible in a
world like this. On reaching the place
for bloodshed and placing his ugly contrivance
(?) on the grounds, he proceeded
to read the directions for doing
the deadly work, which was: "Take
paddle No. two, place the bug thereon,
and after an 8x10 smile has encircled
your face in spiral form and centered in
your chin,, take paddle No. one, and
swoop down on the bug, which will
cause death to ensue at once."
I JXy Ell Ess.
The mercury" at ik. Joseph, -Mo.,
climbed. to the 100 mark.
Royal mokes the food pare,
wholefome and delicious.
harAi. GAKiKa tawocn co., hew york.
PILCHWS POLITICAL PICXIKGS.
A Madison gold bug editor did not
to accept a revenue job at Silver
W. P. Kimball says he believes that
Dr. T. H. Welch w ill beat Henry L. Martin
for the Senate by from 500 to 800 in
Tesla will send an electrical disturbance
that will be felt at all parts of the
earth without the use of wires. John
Shormon did that in 1S73 and he ''touch
ed" every pocket book in the laud.
When the boltocrats count their Vermillion
noses in November they will
crawl over the hack fence into the Democratic
camp and sing: "Wo never more
shall Wander from our ow u fireside."
Now York is now furnishing ready
made editorials for our Republican newspapers
The Lexington Iler.dd names four
boltochits who want ofllcet among them
Henry L. Martin, of Woodford, and acks:
''has there ever been in Kentucky better
Democrats than these four gentlemen?"
Yes; there wre 217,000 hotter
Democrats last November. How do yon
innke an ideal Democrat out of Henry
Mai tin, sugar bounty man and protectionist?
Thi-. from the Imisvil!e Post indicates
ono of the main reasons why Kentucky
still deserves the name of the
' Dark and Bloody Ground," -Nearly 100
men slayers have been released from the
penitentiary since Gov Bradley was inaugurated.
Thirty two w ere convicted of
murder and were sentenced for life.
They served on an average less than
eight years. Sixty-four were left oh"
with verdicts of manslaughter, and received
sentences averaging eight years.
They were pardoned by Gov. Bradley
after serving less than threo tars."
A HUGE ENTERPRISE.
A Really Big Double Circus.
The coming of the great John Robinson
and Franklin Bros.' Enormous Combined
Shows to Richmond on Friday
Aug. 27th will be a treat to the citizens
of this entire community the like they
never experienced before. The Robin
son Shows have delighted American
amusement lovers for more thau three
generations, and the Franklin Bros, are
the founders of the new school of American
showmen. In combining and organizing
their shows for the season of
1897 thoy have spared no money to secure
the best for every department- A
glance at the list of celehrities under
their control will convince tne most skep
tical that they have leen amply reward
edfor their lavish outlay, for the' are the
best iu the world in their various lines.
The horses, many of them imported, are
models of horseflesh, while their stud of
trained horses do everything but talk
They will appear at every performance
with their original trainer. Twenty lions
iu one den are to be seen only with these
great bIiowb. A royal troupe of Japanese,
imported expressly for this vast enterprise,
and the only double troupe ever
brought to this country, is another feature.
They would be a whole show in the
ordinary circus, but are only a single feature
with the Robinson Franklin Bros.'
Shows. Acres of .tents are required to
accommodate this bugo amusement,
while one ticket admits to all the combined
$5 MACINAC AND RETURN.
c. H. & d. and d. & c. steamer.
(PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOUR.)
On Thursday, August 20, the C. H. &
D. Ry., in connection with the D. & O.
Steam Nav. Co., will give their Annual
Macinac Excursion at the low rate of
Five Dollars for tho round trip. These
are given to familiarize the people with
the great Likes arid Michigan as a health
and pleasure resort State. Ladies and
children traveling alone can participate
in this excursion with perfect safety, fiee
from worry and enjoy a genuine pleasure
trip. A regular employe of the C. H. & D.
Ry. will conduct the party. Special train
will leave C. II. & D. depot, Cincinnati
0 00 a. m., Hamilton 945 a. m., Dayton
10 45 a. m., arrive at Toledo 3 05 p. m.
Leave on Steamer Alpena phortly after
arrival. Arrive Detroit and visit city
same evening. The. Alpena leaves following
morning for Macinac. A day
light ride through tho St. Clair Flats to
Port Huron thence out into the broad
waters of Lake Huron. Arrival at the
Island will be at noon, Saturday. Special
rates at Hotels to excursionists.
Only S3 more to Makquette than the
Macinac rate. Side Trip to "Soo." $2;
to Snow Islands Si. Secure your staterooms
early. Circulars and information
on application to agents C. H. & D. Ry.,
and agents of connecting lines, or address
D. G. EDWARDS, Passenger
Traffic MAnaqeb, Cincintati Ohio.
3 GREAT PATRIOTIC MEETINGS.
Three creat meetings occur this Fall in
the North. Thc.G. A. R. Encampment
Buffalo, Aug 23nl to 2Sth. Tho Sons of
Veterans Encampment, Indianapolis
Sopt. 9th to 11th ; and thcTJnion Veteran
JLegian, Columbus. O., SeptfiJitto 24th.
.The Queen & Creucenfclloute is'the of
ficial LineHo Buffalo and the ot con-
venjsnvxuiivo 10 uu uirt:ej,iuws. is
f ii if.itr -
tibuled trains run from Chattanooga to
Cincinnati solid, on fast schedules, via
the bhort line over the most perfectly
Extremely Low rates are in efTect this
year to all these meetings. Selling round
trip Q &G- Route tickets on dates
to each, with liberal limits to return.
Veterans and their friends will
find travel m.r'e e.wyby thewel furnished
trains of tl.e Q & C and connections
.it Cincinnati vuth all lines
of the North.
A-k jour ticket agent to sell you tick-"-
via the Q & C. Route and so make
i- easy journey. Write for further particulars
to O. L. Mitrhel, D. P. A., Chattanooga,
or W. C. Itinearson, G. P. A.,
Cincinnati, O. tf
The Shclbvville, Sliepherdsville,
and London Fairs will bo held
THE R. N. I. & B. RESPONDS.
Versailles, August 10, 1807.
S A. Diatheraqe, Sicretary Madison County
We nolo publication in the Climax
of August 21th, of a vote of thanks to R.
N. I. & B R. li for courttsies extended
your recent meeting, nml in response to
same, lift our hats, Our line has done
nothing to merit this action on your part,
as we have alwjys considered that we
owe the good people of Richmond and
Madteon County a hrtuty cooperation in
any public enterprise that they may undertake,
and to know that our efforts
have been appreciated fully repavs us
for any expense and trouble we have incurred
in helping jour association out.
In thii connection it may not he amiss
to sny that our management has never
felt that our road has been given the
shaie of support by the merciiants of
your city that, as a competing line, it is
to their interest to extend to us.
We believe, how eer, that it will be
only a question of time when they will
hee the matter as W'e do and recognize
the great advantage that mut result to
your city and county from encouraging a
competitive line of transpartation.
C. M. Bkowxing, G. P. A.
EXTREMELY LOW RiVTES TO CHATTANOOGA,
The Southern Railway are now selling
daily from Louisvillo one way tickets to
Chattanooga at SQoo; round trip tickets,
good fifteen (13) days beond date of
sale, $9 10; round trip tickets, limited to
November 7th, $12.20
These low rates will enable every one
to visit Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain
and the famous Battle Fields in that vicinity
at very little expense.
The Southern Railway runs doub'e
daily service from Louisville to Chattanooga.
Train leave Louisville 7:45 a.
m. and arrive Chattrnooga at S.C0 p. m.
and the evening train leaves Louisville
7:35 p. m. and arrives at Chattanooga
7:40 a. m. Through compaitment sleepers
are attached to evening train.
For further information, address William
H. Toyloe, Assistant General Passenger
Agent, 21G Fourth Avenue, Louisville,
fcti HH $433 W&H
The Leading Specialists of America
20 YEARS IN OHIO.
$1 250,000 Cured.
12 Thousand of ronna tinil midclla azed
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VG unoouscioDslr. They may have a
4 in? eeniation, (mall, twisting stream.
V roarp cutting pains at time?, rlisut
charso. difficulty in commencinc weak
V3 organ?, omission", and all tho eymptoms
M of noryom debility they have b
By yon, by cutting, .stretching, or tearing
turn. Our M3W MKIIIOD
MENT absorbs the stricture tissue;
J henoeremoTcsthontricture permanently.
G4 It can never No pain.no
v, lug, uu uuii:uiiuu.iiviu vumucts uy fur
i enea. J.ue nerres aro mngoraiout ana
the bliss of manhood roturns.
yl Thousands of young and middle-aged
M men aro having tncir sexual Aigor ana
j vitality continually espped hy
v txisB, 1UV7 aro lrequuuuy uucuusciuus
ot tne caue ot tnese Fvmtnorn". uencral
Weakness Unnstural Discharges,
Manhood, Nervousness, Poor Mem
ory. Irritability, at time bmartrnsr
K sation, hunken Eyes, 'with dark circles.
TV Weak Back. General Depression, Lack
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CONSULTATION t'llEK. UUUK5
FREE If unablo to call, write for
QUESTION BLANK for HOME
122 W. FOURTH STREET,
Nsiice to Mi&
AH persons holding claim? against tho estate
of Jas. Tevls, deceased, must present same to
me, properly proven on or before Oct. 1, 1837.
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guide to health. Free for the asking.
Williams. Davis. Brojks & Co.
Hold by D Z. & T. B. Taylor,
The undergned has three separate small
farms which he offers at private sale separately
or together. All throe are situated at
WHITE'S - STATION,
on the waters of Silver Creel.. They contain
respecthely 85 and 165 acres, and are tiell
watered and well improved farms. There is
no better land in Madison county, most of it
-RICH B0TT02I 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.
TERMS Sale will be madu one-third cash,
balance to suit purchaser. For particulars,
Geo. D. White,
White's Station, Ky.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tate LaTative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure.
25c. For sale by W. G. Wlutu, Druggist, Richmond,
An education at Harvard, Yale,
or any other college or institution
of learning in the United" Stntcs
or in the New England Conservatory
of Music, can be secured hy
any young man or woman who is
a in earnest. Write for particulars
V JAMKSI). RAO.
i - - -- '- - j :
36 Bromfleld St., Boston, Mass. ?
ONE OF TWO WAYS.
The bladder was creatod for one purpose,
namely, a receptacle for the urine,
and as such it is not liable to .ny form
ot disease except by one or two ways.
The first way is from iinjierfect action of
the kidneys. The second way is from
careless local treatment of other diseases.
Unhealthy urine from nnhealthy kidneys
is the chief canse of bladder
troubles. So the womb, like tho bladder,
was created for one purpose, aud if
not doctored too much is not liablo to
w eakness or dipease, except in rare cases.
It is situated back.of and very" close to
the bladder, therefore any pain, diseapp
or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys,
back, bladder or urinary passage is
often, by mistake, attributed to female
weakness or.womb trouble of some sort.
The error is easily made and may be as
easily avoided. To find out correctly,
set your urine aside fur twenty-four
hours; asedimeut or settling indicate?
kidney or bladder trouble. Tiie mild
and tho extraordinary of Dr Kilmer's
Swamp-Hoot, tho ereat kidney and
bladder remedy, is soon realized. If yon
need a medicine you should have the
best. At druggists fifty cents and one
dollar. You may have ti saraplo bottle
and pamphlet, loth sent free by mail.
Meution tho Climax and send your address
to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binjihamton,
N. Y. The proprietors of this paper
punrantce the genuineness of this offer.
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of Paxkersburg, V. Va., Rocorn
mends Wrights .Celery
rABKEnsnaiG, W. Va.,
Jsn jary 20, 1993.
Tiie WiuGirr Met. Co.,
Gentlemen: I hanj 'icen naing
Vriglit's Celery Capsuleg since November,
1894, and find them tp be as recommended.
I first benaii tnbiiiK them
while at Hot Springs, Alt, under treat
ment for Sciatic Rhenma sm. Liver and
Stomach trouble. Conaiination wliich 1
hadbeean lung suilerer. J. touud the
Celery Capsules Rave rj 0 ureat relief
from the beginninf and Ijovo ii6el them,
evor ei'jco. "With pleaRj re and unsolicited,
I recommend the n to auy and
all sufferinj; with liko amotions or eithei
of them. Very truly yo.M.
i. ClIAKLRS llf,CAU)VI.I
SoldbyT..& HacSh, XueeiM. Priee
50c entand $1.00 penboiKCall
-.-store ami jt Jroc WUOJJK &-,..
t . ?. r -, r i il r
EXAMINE THEM I
PURCHASE THEM I
1 vcJ y RICHMOND.
1 Spoil fesf
The Finest liigs,s
The Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention,
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Telephone Yonr "Coasin,"
P. B. BROADDUS,
llunley's Old Stand.
No. 28. 33
VH4K mm B&BE VISORS
icy. s'"uay. -Br.
Wat PEFFER'S HSRVE8Q3 M
It acts powerfully and qnlrkly. Cures when i
itheni fall. Youn' men regain lost raar.hofd, ol
TienreoTer youth fnl vlcor.
itntcod to Cere .Srroanr", Io.t Ytnltl
tmiioloncy, N lsitlr J"mlsl"no l'oir'r
'lthtr box, FiMilcsr UfmoiT, Vnsttny BI-ae.
end ail rfrcts of c.l abuse or an
indwrttion. WaiUs off Incanlty and
liriilst l.npofoa orthlcsssuotltuie o
jou beean n (t ylrlOs r gren ter prttt. Iji' 1st on
tne rEEFEIt'S SCllViaOS, or sci.d tor I
Can bo cnrrlad In vest pocSot. I'rerald rl'n
pnr. Ml per box. or O for 1Pli, with .V J'o.lW"
Urlllen Omirnntcet to Car rJternn.
free. Sold by lrnectts.
.:"j 1oicwX. juss'X, cuicu.o, l:
Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G.
Schedule In effect May S. 1897.
EASTBOUSD Na 1. No. a Na .
Lv. LouUvillo .. TSjpm 7.1spm
Ar. Shelbyville.. 0.10am 8.7pm 8. 11 pa.
Ar.Ii'rencob'r:. U.JJam &35pm tJOptC
Ar. Versailles... laiTam C5flpm S.40pi
Ar. Loxington... laSOam 7.25 pm 10 10pm
wssinouKO Na a No. 2. Na 4.
Lv. Leximcton.. 6.10pm iusam
Ar. Versailles.. 8.1Sam S.S3im
Ar.La'renoob'g. 8. Si am &0Upt
Ar. Shelbyvlllo. SiJCam .i3pm &zaam
Ax. Louisvillo.. ia53am 5 It pro &00am
Trains Noa. t. 8, 5 and a carry Frea Observation
Na u No. IL STAdOKi No IS. No. li
7 Lv Loulsvll Ar S.lipm llXMiarr,
&J3pm 8 55am ArLarncbrAr iripm! a
,7.Jpm ICLJSam ArBaralsbgArj 4.13pm 7.35am
,t0pml ia8im Ar UurRln..Lv! 40pn
KA3T30UWD. WKSTBOOHD. kl
Na li. li-No 67. 8rATION1 Na to tNoT
TaJprnf 7.45am Lv Loulsvll Arl labium a. limn
a 4 pm 8.10am Ar Shelbvll Ar 9.im Cibparf)
aseptn 10.17am ArVerslles Ar ao&am tiprt.
7S0pm ILSOam Ar Midway Ar 7 41am
70pm lilSpm Ar Oeorgtn Lv 7 ISaral aoopm
tNo. 1. tNa 5. btatioss; tNo 8 tNa
7.4-Mim i )pm l.v LouUvU Ar WIS m 8.l5pac
iaSttra C&7pm Lv Verslles At 7.55am &.30pm
j 1.00am 7.Mpt: ArNichlvlUAr 6.18am 4.40pm
lLMpm a 30pm! ArRtchmo'dLv a 05am 14Spl
L0Spm Ar Irvlno Lv 1 L30pi!
BTATIOS3. Na L Na 3.! I
Lv. LoulsvlUe. . T.laata 7.35ddt
Ar. Lexington. . la&Oaoi laiopm
Ar. KnoxvlUa... aoupm 7.20ani
Ar. Asbovillo Lam LlBpet
Ar Savannah...... SOOaat
Ar. Jacksonville. aioam
Ar. 7.40pm1 tU).ini
Ar. Atlanta GiOOam Il.tOas;
Ar. Macon 8.15am iLiupor
Ar Jacksonville 9 10pm aiOtn
Lv. Chittanooa... ..Ti.. aojpm 6u5am
Ar. Ulrmtngham... 11.59pm lO.SUam
Ar. Meridian... .... 4.45am x45paC
Ar. New Orleans... It 23am U.MPSI
. Tin. 1 narrlAs Tnth Chair ear Louis vlllfi feu
Lexlctoa thsro connecting with Solid VestW
bulel'raln carrying Pullman Sleeping Car vfcf
Chattanooga to ulrmlngham ana New urieans
No. 3 carries Pnllman Sleenor Loulsvilla
Chattanooga, and Atlanta, also Lexington U
Jacksonvuia via tiot spriags. Asnevui le. aaii:
Cam cartcient Slecner Laxlnaton to New Ot-:
1 leans. Daily Except Sunday. I
A. WHxx0!c.pl, Ti A.. S-Ti Swrrr. P. T.A. H j
LonlsvUls. Ky. Loxtagtoa, K
"W. H GrxxN. Gea&iPS.. J.-K. CTJtP.JT
, WainiajlOB. u. i waaat?ta. iv
1 C, omks, K,M
"Nothing else like it"
' The most refreshing and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
I .MEDICATED !,OS
fftuorAimspnc ten ve m
I0ILET KyRSEHYiBATK 5
It lasts twice as as otters.
Atrial will conrlnce ycr rZ Its great
merit. Will please ine mo:; Uistidlous.
CHARLES F. KILLER,
Mfr. ol FRENCH "LED TOILET
SOAPS AT-'J PERFUMERY,
J EASY RUNNING,
Every VheoI Guaranteed.
fend lor catalogue. ,
HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFG. CO., j
NORTHAMPTON, MASS. O
Rcjfwinslble dealers Invited to '
respond with cs. (
tiEO. W. RILEY
Ot Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends
Wright's Oelerv Capsules.
Shelhyville, Ky, May 20, '96. To
WnKht Medical Co., Col., O..
Gents I have purchased a boi of
Wricht'8 Celery Capsules from G. X.
Middelton. druggist, and used them for
Sour Strmuvh, Torpid Liver and Constipation
and found that they me
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
9 Geo. W. Rilev.
BED WETTING CURED
OR NO PAY. Mas. B.M.ROWAN, Milwaukee.
THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE
Long Troubles and Consumpton. Can be
An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist
Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers.
The distinguished New York chemist T. A
Slocum, demonstrating his dicovery of a reliable
and absolute cure for Consumption
(Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial,
throat, lun and chct diseases, stubborn
coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline
and weakness, loss of flesh, and a'l conditions
of wastinjr avav, will send TIIRCE FREE
BOTTLE, (all different) of hi3 New Discoveries
to any afflicted reader of the Climax
writing for them.
His "New Treatment" has cured thousands
Dermanently by its timely uso. and he consid
ers it a simple professional duty to suffering
humanity to donate a trial or his infallible
Science daily develops new wonders, and
this gTeat chemist, patiently experimenting for
years, has produced results as benincial to
humanity as can be claimed by any modern
eenins. His assertion that lnng troubles and
consumption are curable in any climate is
oy "heartfelt letters or gratitude,"
Eroven his American and European laboratories
In thousands from those cured in all parts
of the world.
Medical experts concede that bronchial,
chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption,
which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certain
Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M C B8 Pine
street. New York, giving postofQce and express
Buunrns, uuu uio ncc uicuiumu win w
ly sent. Sufferers should take instant
tage of his generous proposition.
Please tell the Doctor that yon saw his offer
in tne uichmoxd uliuax.
Insure your homes and
business property against
Fire $ Tornado.
I represent two of the most
reliable Insurance Companies
in the United States and re
spectfully ask for a share of
S. F. ROCK,
35.',' Sec. Street, (Up Stairs).
Madison Monumental Wor
In Effect March 1, 1897.'
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Lve Frankfort . 8 30 3 00
Arr Elkhorn. 6 45 3 20
Switxer. . 8S1 3 32
Stamping Ground . . 7 02 3 48
Duvalls. 7 OS 3 58
Grorftetown.. 7 10 4 15
Lve Georgetown. 8 M 4 30
Arr Newtown-. 8 1J 4 42
Centreville.. . 823 4 82
Elizabeth 8 2S 4 58
" Paris 8 40 5 10
zuxru p nx.
Lve Paris . 9 M 5 30
Arr Elizabeth . 9 32 5 12
Centreville 33 5 M
Newtown- . 9 48 5 58
Georgetown. 10 00 8 10
Lve Georgetown 10 40 6 30
Arr Duva -.10 56 S II
Stamping Ground. 11 10 W
Swltxer . 11 25 6 59
Flkhorru. 11 35 7 OS
r" Frankfort. 11 55 7 20
C D. BERCAW, Genl Pass. Agent.
GEO. B. HARPEB, Gen'l Supt.
tk.pb r.i Ohio Eilw
Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky.
Sterling and Lexington Accom 8 55 am
Eastern Express for Louisville. 7 30 am
Morehead and Lexington Accom. .. 3 00 pm
New York LimitedJ'. V 4 50 pm
Lexington and Mor.HAccu . 9 15 am
New York Limited KH- -11 58 am
Lexington and Mt. StjKg Accom, 6 30 pm
Washington Express W 9 23 pm
Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday.
Other trains run daily.
Through sleeping and dining car service to
For lnformatlqn. rates or sleeper reservations
call on or write K. HOOD. Agent I&N.Ry.,
or OEOKGE W. BABNEY.
D- P. A. C. & O. Ry., Lexington, Ky.
Who can think
Wanted-An Idea of soma simp!
thing to patent?
Protect yonr Idea: they may brtns yon wealth.
Write JOHN WEDDEKBtJRS CO- Patent Attorneys.
WaiM ngtdn. D. C- for their 13U prise offar
iOU UHI two hoodred Inventions wanted.
j Jn? Ei T ? 4 "4
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
GRKNITE ) 7VOISW7WeiSTS,
A27D AZL 1CTJBS OF GEMETERT WORK
For further particular piHces,
We Send it FREE!
Young and Old.
Rejoice with ns
in the Discovery.
When a man has suffered for years
with a weakness that blights his life and
robs him of all that really make life
worth living, if he avail himself of a
complete cure, why not possetw the moral
courage to stop his downward course.
We will send yon by mail, ABSOLUTELY
KRRK, in plain package, the All-Powerful
1)H. HUFFMAN'S VITAL RESTORATIVE
TABLETS, with a legal guar
antee to permanently cure LOST
SELF-ABUSE, SEXUAL WEAKNESS.
VARICOCELE STOPS forever
NinilT EMISSION'S and all nnnatural
drains. Returns to former appearances
No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception.
If we could not enre, we would not send
our medicine FREE to try, and pay wheu
satisfied. Write to-day, as this may not
appear again. Addreea
Western Medicine Company,
UCORPOEiTZD. Kalamazoo, Midi.
BOLD ON AN
CELEBRATED WORMPOWDERS m
TMC CACATCST WORM DESTROYER
OF THE AOC
ASY AND PLEA5WT TO TAXS.
Easiest to take
Most certain and never-
failinp Worm Destroyer
KVER DISCOVERED. W. I
Sold for a quarter of a century
with continually increas
ing demand. Think a moment.
DseJ this not mean merit ?
125,000 Children yearly Sent to 5
their Graves by Worms.
CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS
would have saved them all.
PltlCE, 23c. PER BOX.
For sale by all druggists and dealers In medicines, i
Manufactured only by the proprietor,
J. A.- 3XcDOrsALJD,
L. & IN. R. R.
K. U. DIVISION.
Is Effect March 1, 1S9G.
LV. Express for Cincinnati,! ART
A. M. Pario, Maysville, "Win P. M.
chester and Lexington
6.25 mail. 7.20
Cincinnati. Paris, Mays
P- M. ville, Y inch ester and
2.05 Lexington mail. 1.05
.Livingston, London, Jel-
1.10 hco, Pineville. 12 55
Fast line for Livingston, A- M.
11.43 London.Jellico Knoxville 319
A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, p. jr.
3 19 Pans, mchester. 11.43
P M. Rowland. Lancaster and A. M.
1.20 Stanford. 10:10
Rowland, Lancaster and
7:25 Stanford. 0:50
For further particulars call on or address
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