Wearo constantly adding nei7 styles to our
already large variety, and there is do reason
why ou cannot bo suited, so Insist on
CavinR vv. L uoujias saoes iroui jour
Wo use only Uie best Calf, Russia Calf
(all colors), French ratent Calf,
X rencn xnainei, v ici niu, eic,
graded to coiTesiioud with prices
of the shoes.
Ssiliik If dealer cannot supply you,
W.L DOUGLAS, Brcctlofl.rkts.
Celebrated for its great leaven'ng
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
brands, .boyal bakimo powder CO.,
The Children's Home Society.
The Madison County Local Advisory
Board of the Kentucky Children's
Home Society organized with
the following officers :
President, Judge J. C. Chenault,
Vice-President, Mrs. R. E. Turley,
Secretary, R. Edgar Turley, Treasurer,
J. A. Higgins, Examining
Dr. J. M. Foster. Among-other
objects it is designed "to receive
and report to the proper headquarters
the case of a homeless
child to the State Superintendent of
the Children's Home Society."
Thos. Thorp, Miss Ruth Crow.Mre. M.
A. Lynn, Mr. S". F. Rock, Mrs. Nannie
Hogg, Mrs-J. W. Zaring, Mr. Thos. E.
Arnold Miss Sudic Russell.
G. D. White, Vhites Sfation, Ky.,
M. F. A rb tickle, Kirksville, Ky..
W. L. Crutcher, Richmond, Ky.,
L. F. Oldham, White Hall, Ky..
E. E. Million, Million, Ky., Million
Dr. John Harris, Union, Ky Union
W. L. Searcy, Waco, Kv Waco
R. D. Pettus, Kingston, Ky, Yates
T. B. Graham,
DUTIES OF ADVISORY 150A3DS.
I. To organize at once, upon appointment,
by the election of, president vice-president,
secretary and treasurer.
2' To receive and report to the proper
headquarters the case of a homeless
3. To accept a child in case of any em
ergency, subject to the approval of the
4. To icceive aud report applications
5. To give information and supply
blank application papers and other requisites
0. To report the character, standing,
and financial ability of a family applying
for a child, obtaining satisfactory
testimonials from reliable sources
7. To obtain in writing, when so
directed by the Slate Superintendent, the
legalsurreuder of a child offered the
8. To discreetly supervise the work of
the Society within the local jurisdk tiou,
and give such assistance as may be in
their power to the Superintendents or
Agents of the Society; and especially
to report at once to proper headquarters
any case of abuse or neglect of a child.
D. To receive donations when neces
6ary for the Society and to remit the
6ame without delay, to the proper
authority, keeping a correct list of
10. To aid in the circulation of the
Children's Home Finder and other
literature of the Society.
II. To keep correct minutes of their
proceedings, and a record of all children
placed within their jurisdiction; also a
record showing when nud by whom children
have been transferred.
12. To repoit in writing any matter of
importance not specified in the above
13. To promptly notify the State
Supcrintaudent of the removal of any
family having a child of the Society, giving,
if possible, their new address.
For copy of Children's Home Finder.
or information about the tcorjt of the
REV. F. M. ELLIOTT,
No. 714 Seventh St., Louisville. K.
LAND, STOCK AND CROP
Cyntiiiana A very 6inall crowd iu
town. No cattle on the market. There
was considerable inquiry for good cattle
of any age. We noticed several buyers
from Bourbon, among them J. E. Clay
and others. A lew common mules and
Dorses sold at low prices for home ii6e.
Winchester. About 250 cattle on the
market and most of these extremely
plain. There was a good demand and
first clns3 cattle would have brought 4c
or better. One lot of god 000-pound
steers were sold by the head, and when
weighed it was found that they had cost
-lie. A lot of good 75!) lb steers where
sold at $30 each; heifers weighing GOO or
700 pound 2 to 3c; fat cows 3 ; common
bulls 2c; milch cows $25; hogsSJc. llules
sold $5 to SI0 higher than last couii;
c imiiion mules 15 to Ihi bauds high, $50
to $65. Democrat.
E. P. Dean, Jr. sold at the Pickett
Tobacco Warehouse, Iiuisville, laUweek,
for June Stone, of Little Rock, lShhda of
tobacco, entire ciop lot, at the
$15, 1411, 10 25, 7 SO, 7 30,
7 30, 6 30, 4 95, 4 50, 4 30, and 3 SO,. Ciop
LITER AR Y NOTES.
OLGA NnTIIERSOLK TO WRITE
OJga Nelhersole, the aclress. has turned
her attention te writing, and will give
advice of a practical nature to "The Girl
Who Aspires to Elocution." Her con-
tributation trill appear in an early issue of
The Ladies Harae Journal.
Count Your Ancestors And Find You
Are Kin To Everybody.
The meeting of the Daughters of the
American Revolution at Washington
recently renders apropos the following
interesting, and perhaps comforting, solution
of the ancestral probltin which is
now agitating the minds of so ninny
young Amcr'cns, F. F. Vs., D. A. It's,
Granilf.itheis and grandmothers are
very pru when they can boat of having
a p.i t y score or two of descendants,
ttiit n o.ie seems to be aware of the
mils he has fur boasting of the number
of his ancestors.
Has it ever occurred to you to count
back in a direct line? If not, try it now,
and you will be astouihhe 1. At the firbt
icinove you have two father and mother.
At the next step vou have four
J wo grandfathers and two grandmothers.
Each of these has had a father and a
mother, so that ou have four
and four great-grandmothers.
Each of these has had two patents,
so that at the fourth generation
back you have sixteen ancestors, at the
fifth you have thirty-two, at the sixth
you have and at the seventh
you have 12S.
As jou go a little further they rise to
the thousand.", bo that, if all your diiect
for twenty generations be added
together, they amount to over a million,
and if you go back another twenty
degrees, they total 1,000,000,000,000
or more people than there are iu the
world at the present moment, if you
leave out Asia.
Now, as forty gcueintions arc equal to
only about 1,200 years, if you were
to calculate back to the begiuning of
the woild, you simply couldn't find figures
to express the number of your blood
The Kircball Parade.
The Kimball Piano Company deserves
to succeed if energy and advertising
lead to success. Yesterday
afternoon they exhibited their pluck
and business determination by a
second street parade with a bras
band and a number of wagons loaded
with pianos and organs. This parade
exhibited the second large shipment
of instruments received by the
agent of this company at Lexington
within the pabt six weeks. The price
and quality of these pianos must appeal
to the public from the number
Mr. Sutherlin has had shipped to him.
It was thought at first that this house
had opened here for a short time
only, but it seems that it has met
with such success that it has come
to stay. Lexington Herald, Mar 21.
Kentncky Under Radical Rule.
The toll-gate raiders in the Republican
county of Lewis, wbo in the broad
light of day, without any attempt at disguise,
rode through the streets of the
county town and boasted that they destroyed
the toll-gates as they came to
them, have not been arrested andare not
likely to h The Maynville Bulletin
sav s it has it from a reliable source that
County Judge Hillis not only told the
raideis that he nppioved of their action,
but actually 'oak them to bar rooms and
tieated to drinks. This judge who thus
encourages lawlessness in a candidate
for icelection He is a shining representative
of the party thatclaims to stand
'for law and order."
OUR CLUBBING LIST.
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at Reduced Rates by the
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which the Climax will order for its subscribers
at its reduced rates, the only provision being
that the subscription to the Climax bo paid up
one year in advance. By reference to the
prices quoted below, it will be found that we
can save you from five cents to one dollar on
every publication named.
following prices include the Climax:
Arena .. ?3 75
American Art Journal, Music. 3 25
American Art Review S 13
Breeders Oazette 2 15
Century Magazine 4 60
Cosmopolitan.- 1 95
Weekly Courier-Journal 1 65
Weekly Commercial Gazette 1 45
Weekly Enquirer 1 CO
Demorest's Magazine 2 C5
Frank Leslie's Weekly. 4 So
frank Leslie's Monthly 3 4G
Detroit Free Press Semi-Weekly 1 85
The Forum 3 75
Harper's Magazine .. 4 15
Harper's Weekly . 4 35
Harper's Bazar ........ 4 35
Harper's Round Table 2 65
The Independent . . 3 65
Lippincott's Magazine. . 3 15
Muncey's Magazine . 1 60
McClure's Magazine .. . 1 90
North American Review 5 25
Ohio Farmer . 1 DC
Public Opinion 3 IS
Review of Reviews 325
Scnbner's Magazine. 3 CO
St. .Nicholas .3C5
Semi-Weekly St. Louis Globe-Democrat.. . 1 to
Tri-Weekly N. Y. World 1 75
Kentucky Stock Farm- . 2 75
Louisville Evening Post. 300
Twice-A-Week Courier-Journal X 75
Weekly Louisville Commercial 1 45
N. Y. Journal, daily. - 600
N. Y. Journal, Sunday- . 3 20
Silver Knight -Cincinnati 1 7C
Post, daily 3 20
Peterson's Magazine. 1 SO
Puck, weekly 5 25
Judge, weekly 5 25
Atlanta Constitution .. 1 5
Atlanta Journal 1 45
Ladies' Home Journal. 200
Five hundred other journals and magazines
with the Climax, at reduced rate-3.
The Climax Company will take pleasure in
attending to orders received by mail. Always
Dtate whether or not you are now taking the
periodical you wish us to send for.
BULLS S SALE.
W. T. Duerson, of Kirksville, has two young
Shorthorn bulls for sale, and ready for service.
They are good color and well bred.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure.
25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist, Richmond,
MADE ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSinVEljY CUR1
orTpImpotency. Bleeplennem, eta, caascw
br Abuao or other Excesses and Indi
j t ftl
1 ! 1 1 -4-ft
-7 restore ot in old orjonnc.anL
nt a man lor naa jf Dasines or marriage
PrerFnt Iasanitr and GonsaDUon ii
tiki Dinum. ThBirte ethow im mod lata lmrroTe
inieat&ad effects a CURE where all other Xaii
upon harlriK the cenaine Ajaz Tablets Thex
hare cared thousand and will cure jtwl
writton miaranto to effect a rare Eft PTC In
each case or refund the money. Price w w I viper
paekaoe; or eis pkts (fall treatmentl for f2.Sfl. I3j
mail, in plain Trrnrpnr. yn rocetptof price. ircn1ar
" AJAX REMEDY CO., TB.-
For sale In IUetSaond, Ky., by Hacan &
Bemdon. f J
Wbo can thin.
Idea tbtsc of tome tap-teat; WmDle
Protect Toar Mean; Hhermay b
t write jmw m --., .-,
Iter. D. O, foe tfcate
lie Speediest Inn,
The Finest Kigs,
The Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention.
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Telephone Your "Cousin,"
P. B. BROADBUS,
Hunley's Old Stand.
EXAMINE THEM !
Am I SS?sri iStPJElvM T!
ELBE Sill S
BED WETTING CURED
OR NO PAY. Mks. B. M. ROWAN, Milwauije,
uvijy (IN KEMUCKY )
bcheilulo In efTert F-l. 15. 1S07.
EASTBOUM) MX I No a No. t
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Ar. &heibyillo 9 Hin 5i.fipm !
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Ar Versull a 10.23am ft3pm laitpm
Ar T.ex'tvzlPn .. . IflVJim Titopin 10 iCpm
w K-. n 1 1 Nn ZT'2il
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Ar. Vors.ille a 1 0am a.lpu 50 in
Ar &"0in alopai i.tam
Ar SheibyTiUe 9l7in .:pm COvjm
Ar. Loulsvlllo IU.5j.in 7&jpm 7Jli.im
Trains Nos 1.2. 1 and a carry Tree
No I No. II STA IONS. So lipo lt
3 5p n 7 4aru Lv Louisvit Ar 7 .opmlo ha.n
tllpu 10 UUm Ar Iirncbrz Ar ilim 8 -win
7 Upm iat9jm Ar Harodsbg r 1 31pm 7 3iam
7 5 pm 11 01 m r Uureln L. 4 7.;im
No. 1 INo "7 srArli'N N'a 16 tN'o M.
"3.spui 7 15j..ii L.v Louisvll A O -warn 7 5.ipni
S'dti 9 liam Kr snelbtil Ar 9I7im d3ipm
634pa 'a;3im Ar Verslies Ar a.iliim t 1 pra
701px II OTim Ar Midway Ar 7 4lan.
7 30p'n lilSpm Ar Genrstn I.vl 7 1 nrj Hpm
BASIOjU.nD WES UOUMX
N"o. 1 tN'O i. STATIONS. . N"o 6 , tNo
7. 45am iaspm .v Uoul.vii Ari I idj m . aipm
lOiim ftlOpni L ersl es Ar 7 55nm KUlpm
II 05am 7 31pm Ar NlcblvIllAr 0 "Sam 4 l'ipn
I! l!Snm 8.3Dm ArR.chmo"JL (SOiair. 3 Iipm
1 i0,.ml Ar Irvine Lv 1 31pm
stati )NS. No. 1 Nc a
Lv LouUtlile. 7 404m iipm
Ar Lexiieton 10 Wra l.i 4 1pm
Ar Knoxille... 7 lupm 7 marxi
Ar Ashellle. ... 1 4Jam I i 51pm
Ar bnvannah 4 51am
Ar J iclconvtlle 9 0 am
Ar Cau.nooia . d oopm 7 51im
Ar. Atlinta ,0 5mm 1 lipm
Ar Macon 1 35am
Ar Jacksonville 90iim
Lv ChJltanoo.'a.... o. I IptTi s. I jam
Ar llirmlngham . ,0 05pm I Oipm
Ar Meridian 2.3im 94pn
Ar New Orleans.... 8 3JJU1 ilium
No. 1 carries Free Chair car LcuUvllle to
Lexington there connecting with solid
e '1 rain carryln; Pullman fcieepini Car to
Jacksonville via Chattanooga, also to New Or
No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Loutivllle to
Chattanooga, alio Lexington to
via Hot Springs.Asacvllle and Pullman Union
Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans
tDally Eicept Sunday
A.'WnEDOx.P &T A. S.T Swirr.P &TA..
Louisville. Ky Lexineton. Ky.
W. H Green Gen Sup. J. M- LUiP.T. JL
W.ihlnvton. D C. Washington. I). C
W. A. TUHK.G P. A . Wll U. Tayloe A G j? A.
Washington. D. C. Louisville, Ky.
!J lbrli5bJl cr (i
A quart of prevention
Is worth gallons of cure
The old saying- is just as true in its new
form. It refers to the taking of
when you begin to feel nervous or tired out.
"Why take Johnston's ?" you ask. Because
it has stood the test for thirty years, and
because what it has done for thousands it
will do for you. Quart bottles sell every
wc THE RICHMOND CLIMAX
VOLUME X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 31, L89T. NUMBEIl 48.
U - wjsii to caution all users of Sitamons
! i 1A it r on a subject, of the deepest
' -i htiJ nnjwrtance to their health
i bip iheir lives. The sole proprietors
i in m Simmons Liver Regulator
"i i i it ciMOTiers are often deceived by
n a i.l taking some medicine of a
' appearance or taste, believing it to
. ihiuivh Liver Eegulator. We warn
i 'hat uniVss ilie word Eegulator is on
p t bottle, that it is not Simmons
KuUtir. No one else makes, or
.r h s mad" Simmons Liver Regulator, or
,n vi 'imp coital Simmons Liver Eegulator,
i u! I H Zeihn&Co.andnomPdicinemade
i . aiv me e si is the same , We alone can
I t n up and we cannot be responsible, if
represented as the same do
n t hel.. vou as you are led to expect they
w 11 Be.ir this fact well in mind, if you have
Iieen in the habit of using a medicine which
yon supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator
U-cause the name was somewhat like
it and the package did not have the word
on it, jou have been imposed
i.p n and have not been taking Simmons
La er Kegulator at all The Eegulator has
I pen favorably known for many years, and
all who ae it know how necessary it is for
Fever andAgue. Bilious Fever, Constipation
Headache and all disorders
anting from a Diseased Liver.
We ask you to look for yourselves, and
see that Simmons Liver Eegulator, which
you can readily distinguish by the Red Z
on wrapper, and by our name, is the only
medicine called Simmons Liver Eegulator.
J. II. ZKIL1N & CO.
Simmons Liver Itegulalor.
3Uv MILT-UK!) GOLDEN.
ti: o. rapiie'r and
It n hmom), Kentucky.
niijvimiHj A .11 Eurnam'&.
p IV. MILLER.
- - Kbktucky.
Office in the rturnam Building, next door to
P armtr's National HanV.
C. F. HDBVAV.
W. S. MOUKRLEV.
B JRNAM MOBERLEY.
RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
Oppicb in Baraim BhiWids, recently occupied
bj A R. Brnam. 31-39
A ttokn by-at-Lav,
IIK'HMOXI), - - KENTUCKY.
t:lie over Taylor's Hardware store,
Court Htmse, on Main afreet.
II. 15. IKHiti,
.1 ttorne v .1 r la r.
En iimond, - - Kentucky.
( di-e No. 13 Firat St.. up stairs. 31-30
A T LA II',
iimod, - -
Office S. W. corner ilain ami Fccoml
up etairb. Will in sill
tlie omrts of MadiMjn and ndjuiiiiiij:
count ! and Court of Apjteals.
J.C 4-D JI. CIIENAULT.
ATTORNEYS AT L.UV,
Richmond, - - Kentucky,
OTice on Second street, over
A T-LA '.V.
liirhmtmd, ------ Kentucky.
strsTiT a -
DR. II. R. GIBSON,
P1IYSICIA X AXD SURGEON,
RlCHMOI. - - KCNTUCKY.
OlEce in the Je I't.Kiw lmftdtflg. iS and to Second
Street, oirer Wane . ed drmstere. 17-
I ETEIITXARY SURGEOX,
Grmlwiti OnUtriu Veterinary QMege.
Veterinary Den'try and Sterility a Specialty.
OSice a str ver New Yerk Store, cernei
Mhib awl FlMt stre. RKhmwH1 46-
IL C. JASPER, M. J)
Medicine and Surgery.
Oflice Collins Ihiilding, MainStreet.
Ttlepoone lit icii'lence (the Ciirr ptaec) or.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond, - Kkxtcckv.
OSce in Smith Building, No 204 Main Street, nj
ttam Olnce hourc 11 to 1 ani t to 5 o'clock.
DR. JOHN M. FOSTER,
Telephone at office and residence. -
W. EVANS. M. D.,
Physician axd SUhobok,
- - - Kentccki
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in iled'unne and Surgery,
Richmond - Kentucky
3rriceHOil retl.leiiroo iTlilnl -street.
DR. A. WILKES SMITH",
OfriCE Smith building. Mii Street. Office
lOUr, tpBO tO 13 II ; 1.03 to 4 I'. M.
nyl'ractiee hra.ted in rientUtrr.
J. C. M0B3JLN. J. A. TATES.
MORGAN & YATES,
Street, orer Mtditon National
When Will Democracy Die.
Ovin to numerous requests, we publish
tlie folowiiiji lines tliat appeared in
these coluuis tome ye.trs ajjo:
When the lion eats grass like an ox
And the fksiiwonn swallows the whale;
When tennpins knit woolen socks
And the hare is outrun by the snail;
When serpents walk upright like men
Ami doodlebugs travel like frogs;
When grasshoppers feed on the hen
And feathers are found on hos;
When swim in the air
And elephants upon trees-When
insects in suminei are rare
And bitnfl never makes people sneeze;
When fKh creep o or dry land
And mules 611 velocipedes lide;
When foxes lay eggs in the sand
And women in diess take no pride;
When Dutchmen no longer drink beer
And girls get to preaching on time;
When billygoats butt from the rear
And treason is no longer crime;
When the humming biid braj fa like an ass
And litiiberger smells like cologne;
Wfien plow shares are made out of glass
An 1 ihe hearts of Kentiiekians are stone;
When ideas grow in bullet shape 1 heads
And wool on the hydraulic rain
Then the Democratic party will be dead
And thi4: country won't be worth a cent
S lelbv News.
The Cause of Free Silver
The conference of silver leaders at
Denver 011 Monday last was an event of
more importance to the caue of fiee
coinage than an thing that has. happened
since the election. It was attended
by Senator Jones, of A 1 Kansas the Chairman to
of the Democratic National Committee,
Senator Teller, of Colorado, and
other prominent men,
the Cha;rman of the Democratic
Congresfr'onal Co nmittee. After the
which was neld with closed
doois, the Chairman of tli3 Democratic
National Committee and the Chairman
if the Democratic Gnigrewuii.il Com
mittee left Denver for Salt City.
The main object of movements is
understood to be a general plan for the
continuous circulation of free coinage lit-
eratuie throughout the country, and especially
in the doubtful elates. This,
work is to Ikj accomplished by the co-operation
of active prominent advocates of
bimetallism m the several states.
While the good work above defx;ribed is
going on, the enemies of bimetallism are
doing everything in their power to deceive
its fiiends into the belief that they
are working in the interest of international
They are like those in
'who stole the livery of the Court of
IUaven toscne the Devfl in." Having
sold the M coventiou for a price
measured by the necessary campaign
fund, the shifty politicians in that body
where permitted by thir Wall street
employers to declare for international
bv agreement with the leading
commercial nations. lint they were required
to pledge the Republicans party
to the maintainaiice of the gold standard
until these nations including Great
would join a free coinage policy
The promise of bimetallism upon such
conditions is juft about as sincere as
would le the promise of the devil to join
the Presbyterian church at that indefinite
date when he cm put up ice. It
steins iiicreditablc that any friend of bimetallism
could be deceived by such a
fraud, and yet huiidieds of thousands of
Republicans w ho are opposed to the gold
standard voted for McKinley upon this
Tliey were so devote 1 to the to
piriy name and the party organization
with which the had so long been asso is
ciated that the nbmission 111 the .St, ly
I.ouis platform that bimetallism was desirable
served lo keep them withi'i their
party lines These men were made the
dupes of knaves.
"Knavery's plain face to be hated needs
but to be seen."
This plrtin face is now being
Kvery step taken the Republican
party oit thissuhject since the election is
a direct step toward Wall street. The
banking fraternity of the country, without
regard to party, was represented by
the self elected convention held at
after tl.e election. It favored as
every heiesy advocate 1 by the gold
men. It was lmsii'e to rce'ihackb
and to all forms of United States nies,
and aiso to silver com and silver
It was in favor of gold as theonly
money, and private bank note not a le
gal tender, as the onlv circulating
iiiiii. It favored a monetary commission
to b? created by law appointed by the
President, which would formulate all
these rchemes for en.u tmei.t into law.
President McKinley, in his iiuigural,
remarked that if Congress should
create Mich a commission, he would ap
sxiiut nonpartisans of eminence. Every ,
body of seuseknows that
is an uncompromising partin of thegold
standard. 1 he President did not
t icciea i n f j nstii h cemmissh n
in tlirect terms, but he evidently had the
recommendation of the Indianapol's
in mind The idea of a
inonetarv commission cuia lati g from
that source. This proposed monetary
commission must not be confounded with
7. L. Douglas
ami economical I'livsiclans all KbiJfeSlllk
W. L. Dcuglaf
Shoes becanso tbey
are tbe best.
For sale by
drawn by a New York lawyer employed
by J. Pierpcnt Morgan and his associates.
T.ie men appointed under it, if such a
bill could pass, would be men who would
sit around a table with J. P. Morgan and
his attorneys and recommend just such
a system of finance as would enable the
syndicates which he leads to make the
most money and create the most distress
among the people. Any friend of bimetallism
who is entrapped into voting
for the creation of such a commission will
be doing the work of Wall street. If he
knows this and votes for it, he will be a
knave. If he does not know this and
votes for it, he will be a fool. Let no
such man be trusted.
We believe it to be goo 1 policy to throw-no
obstacle iu the way of the Republican
Administration in the passage of the tariff
bill. The Republican leaders have
assured us that that way prosperity lies.
The real leaders of the Republican party
care no more for protection than they do
for the Mohainme Ian religion The opportunity
was given them in 1S90 to retain
the McKinley tariff law on the statute
books, if the Sherman siver pure i: se
law could also remain. They promptly
decided to throw protection to the djgs
rather than allow a continuation of a
limited silver coinage law. The real
struggle in Congress at this extra session
will not be 'ietw eeu the friends and opponents
of proteclion. The real struggle
will soon develop itself, and w ill be found
be between the representative of Wall
btrcet and those of the people. The former
will vote for the monetary commission,
demanded by the bankers, brokers,
and wreckers of Wall street. The latter
will vote against any monetary commission
to serve as a mask for Wall street operators.
I.ct J. P. Morgan come to Washington
with his syndicate and tell the
committee of Congress what they want.
That would be a manly thing. Bu we
want no sneaking jobbery, no monetary
commission advocating the schemes of
the syndicates under a false pretense of
beiug actuated by public motives.
Wood Longmoor's Wit and Wisdom.
The following arc bright sayings gleaned frOra
the Frankfort Ledger for the delectation of
Science teaches us that nothing is lost
the great plan of the universe, and
that the destruction or disappearance of
any material object from view but proclaims
its existence in other form. We
would be highly gratified if science would
inform us what form has been or will be
assumed by a few former Democrats iu
Kentucky who are lost and refuse to be
found. Some people affect to believe
that there is a compiiison between Carlisle
and Teller. Nothing of the kind.
Carlisle threw principle aside aud betrayed
his party to worship at the golden
shrine, while Teller spurned gold and discarded
party for a principle. That's the
difference in the two men. Teller is respected
even by the pirty he renounced,
while Carlisle is detested by old friends
and will never be fully trusted by new
allies. We hear very little these
bright days of the mongrel ticket for
county offices, which is made up principally
of renegades from the Democratic
party, and a few Republicans who hope
crawl into office through the grave of
Democracy, as it w ere. But Democracy
far from being dead, aud is a very liv e-
corpse indeed in this neck of the
woods; so much so, in November next
will show a larger Democratic majority
than ever in old Franklin couutv.
The most prominently-spoken of candidate
for Governor on the Democratic
ticket is Judge Win. II. Prjor, ex-Chief
Justice of the Court of Appeals. Judge
Pryor is a true and tried Democrat, an
eminent jurist, conscientious gentleman
and bus a clean record to stand on.
Should he be selected to lead the Demo
cratic forces iu the forthcoming conflict,
there will be little doubt of the result,
his very name is a word to conjure
with among Kentucky people
George Washington, whose memory we
revere and honor today, delivered this
gloi ions co tin try from the yoke of Great
Britain, and William Jennings Bryan
will deliver it from the no lees galling
yoke of the gold barons of Wall and
Lombard streets. Washington was the
champion of political liberty for a vouug
and Btuggling nation, and Rrjau is the
champion of the sacred liberties of a
great people. Washington was not successful
in his first battles against a pow-
lerfnland anogant enemy, and neither
was Rryan. But George kept on until he
got there, and the present indications are
that William will follow suit.
There are points that all editors, reporters
and type setters should
Be careful to give credits at top
not end of long articles. Typos should
never set a stick of type aside without
comparing with copy. Paris Kentuck
Style, Fit and Wear
not be improved fur
Uouble the Price.
$30, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the
of skilled workmen, from the best material
to put into shoes sold at these prices.
the international monetary conference,
for it is entirely a homo affair. It is a
little Congress on w heels to do the business
of the big Congress, vvliich, it is alleged,
docs not know enough to legislate.
Any bill introduce! in Congress for
the creation of such a commission to
steer Congress will be purely and simply
a gold standard measure It would be
also $iA and iia snocs tor men, ana
$2.00 and 51.75 for boys, and the W. L.
530 Police shoe, very suitable fcr
letter-carriers, policemen and others having
walking to do.
Freeman Brothers, Richmond, Ky,
(Next door Richmond Nat. Bank.)
D. H. Baldwin & Co.'s Pianos
New Home Sewing machines.
Standard Kitchen Cabinets.
Agency Provident Savings Life
Insurance Co., and
Old Continental Fire Insurance
&.&. -x" -
' L SS
tsj TMsllliiiili &
I I Ttifi7"T
ATWaiEnAZBEu'3 Livery Stable.
All kinds of hand-made harness, cheaper
than can be bought any where in Richmond.
One us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction
.ii, exrv itc, scanty c pnm'
(r"V3 m, r llU'ii. tumt ion. No-v nseti tv orrr HO.OOC
'55 lnricrrat3tl.esa orvans. le-
S ware of 1mU ei.u i3:t.i:t!i. K&nu
W TT-W T1 0m t T
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L V feilu l.. plilo bej I 4c ii
I Maniiaf particuia fold ! loCRj I
X IWI I IJ MF Ii
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ioh by Itichn.oi.il Drus Co. i.l V
WEAK mtS lflDE VI0"5S5
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tila t PE?FF.B53 &&iW!m D
It acta aad ira h r
ot.era fMl. Vnrr En regain h'ta bt I.
TiPnrw ver Toiithful vior.
artectt to Cue cr nune"W, Iot 1iiii
-a AIt rcl n-i.
bt, Fsii!iry SI"mc , jiin x
"ac, and a'l ejects of slf arru t or t s rf
inUrrtiGn. Wpri!s olf tncani y aid r i h -
Unzx 1 t finurgt irapoo a wur;hU ssm t
n I'JC W.P5RS ft lYGSSv ov - nd . -Cx-n
&o earned is vctjoc!:ct. lTccaid pi tt. ;
icr. ! per or G for sI. m h A f o-
r1ttrn Oas.ran(s t Cure irl"cfjn "
inp7. laniph!tfr,.ooUi b tirucists.
"I ! ".! , r - "- ASV, .Iilciise,
S'oUl by Uichinoii'l Drujj Co. eml W. G.
UK. W. ItlliKY
Of Shclbyvillc, Ky., I'ecommcnils
Wright's Celerv Capsules.
Sliflhwilie, Kv, May 20, "JC. To
Wriht Medical Co., Col., O :
dent's I have purchased a bos of
Wricbt's Celery Capsules from G. 1
Mitiiieltoii, druuist, and used them for
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation
ami found that they crave me immediate
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
9 Geo. W. Kilcv.
liOV TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle; or common water glas
with urine and let stand
hours1; a sediment or settling indicates a
diseased condition of tl.e kidneys.
When mine stains linen it isposithe
evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre
quent desire to urinate or pain iu the
back, is also cunvinciii proof that the
kidneys and bladder are out of order.
"V7HAT TO DO-
There is comfort in the knowledge
so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every w isb in relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every part of the urinary pasaces. It
corrects inability to hold urine and
scaldirg'pain in passing it, or bad effects
following nse of liquor, wine or beer,
and overcomes thatitiiipleasant necessity
of being compelled to get up many
the night to urinate. Tha mild
and tho extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It slands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most
distressing: cases. If you need a nieJicine
you should have the best. Sold by
price fifty cents and one dollar.
For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both
Siiit free by mail, mention the Cuii.w.,
and send yoiu full address to
Dr. Kitner & Co., Uinghampton, .X. Y.
Tne propretor of this paper guarantee
the genuineutss of this offer.
- Pi - rUte
WILUATIS. DAY1S. 'SRCOKS & CO., Detroit, filch.
513 -..--- cr ir t -i--"- ------- .--.-----,-.,- -.,---,---.-.-,.-. n3
fm KA far Uverettes for ana ticic 35c E3
. ? i, ; . - j
Sold br.D;Z4ir. Bi,Taylor, Wace.K. ,s
-;--., "p'JbiT 1--&1- -. i ' ,-3 -1
"Nothing else like ii:',
The inost refrsshtni? and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
ii ! S!iriS
g Tm.TYrns57rc rei tk: gjlS
I'Jil T E riH.Kr;;i..i j -.
g I lJLji.ctJirrpi
It lasts twics as longf zz others.
A trial w II convincs ycu of its great
merit. VilI plcasa most f:tidiou3.
CHARLES F. KILLER,
lfr. ct FCNCIl ?- L' 0 TCrET
EOAPS AND FCRFL.V.ERV,
Fa Ga Oo 5e nr
on Ar Cos
On Each Box.
FEATHERBOHE DORSET Gb
W. D, 0LDHA31 & C0HPANY.
L. & S'. B. E.
K. O. DIVISION.
In Effect 31.ir.cu 1, ISSG.
lv. Express for Cincinnati, akv
. M. MaysilIo, Win- i. m
cheater ami Lexington
C.2o mail. 7JSS
M. ville, Winth es ter and
2.03 Lexington mail. 1.05
Livingston, London, Jel
1.10 lico. Pineulle. 12 55
Fast line for Livingston, a. m.
11.43 London, Jellico Knoxvillt 19
. m. Fast line for Cincinnati r. m.
3 111 Paris Winchester. 11 43
r m Kowland Imcaster am m
1.2 j "tanfort. 1 10
Second Street, between Main and
Water, rear of Dillingham building,
Itichmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds
of blacksimtlimg promptly iu the best
workmanlike manner. S-7
naaison monEffleiiiai worKs,
f : ,
ij if x: i?,"5rrir'' , Vr -(V it
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GRKNITE S mONUmeNTS,
AND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORE.
For further particulars, price &c, address,
"r - -l Eu ''"aBgWi g ,- s J" f'J V " jBBBylaflay
" tm. '
Stable In Eastern Kentucky.
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We Send it FREE!
Young and Old.
Rejoice with us
in the Discovery.
When a man has suffered for years
vith a weakness that blights his life awl
robs him of all that reallv make life
worth living, if he avail Imiiseif of a
complete cure, w hy not possvatl.e moral
courage to stop his downward course.
We will send ou by mail,
FISEK, in p'ain the All
I'owerful UK. llmiAV VITAI,
to permanentlv cure l.lr JIAX
VARU'lli'KLK, MiPS forever
MIIIIT KMISSIONS and ail unnatHral
drain. Returns to former appearances
Xo C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception.
If we could not enre, we would not seiwl
our medicine FKKK tu try, and pay uhen
Mtistieti. Write to-day, as this utav Hot
apjiear again. Address
Western Hedicine Company,
UCOKFOEAIED. Kalamazoo, 31 irk.
An eilncation at Harvard, Yale,
V or any other college ir intitutkiit y
V of learning in the United States, A
or in the New England
tory of Musir, can be by v
any young man or woman wln it,
in eanrest. Write for particulars
ijui. klv. JMhI. uvir 4
.ii Rron.tield t . Ronton, Mass. '
e, n. i. & b. hi if.
Tune Table Xo. 27, Taking PTect ?HH-
day, No ember 8, lMtC.
1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS.
No x No. 3. No. a.
Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sua ExSwi
A M. A. M.
Versailles IC ?5 6 40 sss
Nicholas ville 11 1-1 7 3S IO KZ
Valley View It . 75 10 55
Million .. t 4S S 12 11 3d
Richmond-. H 12 H5 330 i2 3paf
12 ia s
Mobtrly 12 2 t cn
Brnsticw 12 T IS?
Panola . "42 2 tJ
t Irvine. MH. I 1 3
No. 2. No. 4 .No.S. N'Skia
WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Su Ex San
A. M r M. P.M. A. M.
Irvine i So 3 js
fanula , ., 4 jg
. 3 m 4 4
loberIy .. 2 ll 5 Co
Union .. 1 t7 5 jj
Richmond 60s 23$ 549 $eo
Million . 6 20 2 3a
Valley View 6 34 3 S SI
NichotMviHe 6 s8 4; 10 6 S
"er'aiHe 35 A ia s
a. 11. r.iu r. M. a. m.
Trains LobbyiBc atl VcniiUfi -.
TraiHi betweea Cucmaau aad Niclinlnsvq
All traaj coBsect with Soother- K Iway ta
ir1 from LosisviIIe. as- wtth the CX.CiT.
P. to ami from I inciLRali.
Yoa caa spend fire hoars ta LaaTStea)Mtsx
boars ta Ciactaaati or is aoars ta Lexmt4m aa
retara to Rtchawad at zjo a. m.
V sou Get
Of Dealers, Agent?, Jobbers
nd Middlemen "by buying direct
from the manufacturer.
No better wkeei mads than the
A cm& i - -' iritfr. o yde
Built in our own b
skilled workmen usm the ce
material aiiJ the motimproe t
machinery, "'o hza no cgen' '
Sold direct from factory to tl
rlcLr, fully warranted. Shipct.i
anywhere for examination.
Acme Cvcle C.'.. lad.
a 1 1
Sccessrt8 CHs t Far,
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