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Number 17 fi Royal Baking Powder Has no Equal. t N adaptedto, it isl talking privatoly to young men, which almost every young man in the city can testify, especially tho "bad boys," but 1 never forget to encourage the "good boys." My life has been, from my earliest recollection, a public one. I was brought up under good training It has been the purpose of my life to deal justly with my fellow men. My years going in and out for sixty-fou- r lias been near by and in Frankfort. My faults and good intentions are known to this people, old and young. I am known for my outspoken sentiments. This I inherited. I abhor f S3 Main and Broadway, . i i The United States Official Report Of the Government Baking Powder tests recently made, under authority of Congress, by the Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, furnishes the highest authoritative information as to which powder is the best. The Official Report 5u.i.' " il 3 shows the ROYAL .superior to all others in leavening power ; a cream of tartar powder of highest quality. t,A i.S . J The Canadian Tests: shown to be 23 per cent, greater than any other. "As a result of my investigations I find the Royal Baking Powder far superior to the others. It is pure, contains none but wholesome ingredients, and is of greatest strength. F. X. Valade, " Public Analyst, Ontario, is "The strength of the Royal SB. ' "Dominion of Canada.' Ti Carriers' Address to tlte Patrons of tlie Round' i Peak's Mill. Cases of grippe too numerous to mention. Mr. Robert Church is visiting relatives in Tiger. Prof. Waylancl Graham, of Frankfort, is visiting his cousin, Mrs. Henry Church. Mr. W. B. Hockensmith has gone to Eddyville to visit his sister, Mrs. about. SAD, sad song the old year sIiirs, As lie beats the air with his Muttering wings j Ho tells in a nigged and mournful rhyme Of how he has wasted the gifts of time; Of ruined prospects left behind. "Neglected days ho c.in no more Hurt; Of nested moments, all spent In aln, Which neer more will return again. A eery door; It comes once, It may come no more; Fortune Is (lckle and hard to please, And changes oft' as the winter breeze; And like a coquette, both fiilso and vain, May smile on us once, but never ngaln; And If we would win her, we must not delay, But woo her and win her whenever we may. Fortune knocks once at It Dan. Thompson. Dr. G. F. Thompson, Messrs. Martin D. Hardin and Wallace McCloy, of Frankfort, were in this vicinity Wednesday with their greyhounds chasing rabbits. There's inanv n pearl that v.o throw nway if In every hour and every day; There's many a kind and simple net Ve oft' might do If we'd only act. Along life's weary and rugged road Wo might help many to bear the lo id; For each man carries a heavy paelc, "Who weailly struggles along life's track. There's many a flower to do much good, "We oft' might plant It we only would. There's many a kind word we might say To help somo brother along the way; There'.'i many a friend we all might make If only the slightest pains we'd take. Say what you will, the wretch who gees Along life's pathway making foes, lie may seem stern and dark and cold, He may appear both grand and bol 1, Ho muy hine riches, homo and;iietlth, lie may have power and have wealth, But, nfter nil his days are run, The world 13 glad his life is done; ' 1U dies neglected and despised, Disowned by all, by no one prized; Sinks down Into his silent grave "With none to help, befriend or sae. The world Is full of men who seem To hate their fellow men's esteem; Trom life's beginning to Its end They do not seem to want u friend; "Will try to do all that they can To tintogonlze their fellow man. Such men are truly like the beasts, Fit Mibjects for the buzzards' feasts. Is of fnr juoro worth Thau nil the millions on this Earth; Then cultivate It whiln we may, And make new friends each coming day. This Is true happiness below, As those who try it alwajs Know. entertained their numerous friends Monday last evening a delightful candy pulling. An elegant lunch was served, and charming music was rendored by young ladies. Everyone united in the expression of having a lovely time. Mr. Robert McElwayne, of Henry county, is the guest of Mr. Lee Penn. Miss Fannie Hodges has returned to Eminenco after a short visit to her parents, Mr. Albert Hodges and wife. Mr. Van. Bartlett, of Versailles, is vlnlhlncr mlnHvnn in fMn nnirrlilinirJ ! Misses Nancy and Lulie Forsoe bauch. Young men, one, and all, who keep Lace and heavy curtains in great variety. late hours, be not deceived, you are know things on a great known. I If so desired, purchases made now can be laid away for future many of you that your friends would blush for shame if I were to tell them. delivery. Call and examine our stock. Prices lowest. I have talked to a great many of you about things that I know you have change you habits. Jiromised mo tothat you shall. A great many of you are holding prominent the dead I)ositions. If your lives your posiwas known tions would bo taken away from you. Some of you have mothers and sisters dependent on you for tho bread they eat. What can you promise yourselves in time or eternity? Habits formed are difllcult to getrid of, good or bad. Therefore try to form good habits, so that in after life they will stay with you. Young man, I beseech f M. BEATTY, you to stop and think; be at home in G. I your rooms; never go out before tellAttorney at Law & Real Estate Agt.t ing where you are going; always be J ' BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. in on time. PRACTICES IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, I will make these letters short. I 1 Estill, Jackson, Powell, Clay and other counties have tried to get the preachers to Sept. take hold of these things. They should all do it, all take hold and give sledge-hammblows. Bro. Darsie commences next Sunday night a series of talks to young men. Young men go to hear him, and take heed to what he has to say. 334 MAIN STREET, Of- anything like deception. My dislike to deception perhaps causes me to go too far the other way. I have my likes and dislikes. I say all this in the beginning as I want every one who may read this, or tho letters that may follow this, to understand that it is not my intention to wound the feelings of any human being. It is written only with an honest intention of doing good. I have children and grandchildren, eight grandsons, seven of them in Frankfort. It is my desire they one and all should bo raised up an honor to me in my old days. Besides these, I have relatives about the nearest kin I now have on earth, outside of two sisters, my children and grandchildren and sons of my most intimate friends residing here whom I have the greatest possible interest in. If I can be the humble means of getting their attention and causing them to stop and think and reform their lives and take the loads of grief and sorrow from the bosoms of their old fathers and mothers and stop tho constant flow of tears and sleepless nights, waiting, looking for their return from some drunken de- HOLIDAY GOODS. Are you looking for Christmas persents? If so, don't forget our large line of useful articles. CHAIRS, ROCKERS, FANCY TABLES, CABINETS, BOOK CASES, EASELS, PICTURES, PICTURE FRAMES, RUGS, PIANO AND STAND LAMPS, TABLE COVERS, HEADRESTS, GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF CASES. 'V Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies. C. H. F. B ROWER MATTERM", th:e- CO. er Putimiitr, FRANKFORT. t. W.J.CHINN, JR, hi Yours truly, John E. Miles. KY. Jan.SO-ly- . Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House. - rx l tft K True friendship r.l r. hood. Mr. Thos. Black had one of his Angers badly mashed by a hog, from wmen ne nas been sultering intense- iy. Our venerable neighbor, Mr. Jacob Whoatly, died Tuesday, Dec. 29th, 1891, of la grippe and pnoumonia, at tho residence of his son. Mr. John Whoatly. Rev. W. S. Giltner, of Eminence, will fill his regular appointment at Peak's Mill next Saturday and Sunday. Tho many friends of her childhood homo wore pained by the sad intelligence of tho death of Mrs. Cordio Bacon Phythian, which occurred at her home in Loestown last Monday. To the bereaved we tender our and most heart felt sympathy. sin-corest Mastin Bros., SPORTING GOODS. M'Vw?"cKlliI if a M IX Em Eye. Tho New Year's come; let's try this plan; Let's make new friends, my fellow man. This test of happiness Is tmei To know tho world's In love with jou; "So words can ever Imlf express This deep and searching happlne.ss. Bo true, bo affable and kind, And friends jou'll have of all mankind. How easy, loo, to make amends For tlmo that'? lost by making friends. Tho tlmo will bo quite easy spent, And will not cost adagio cont; Tho way Is erv, ery plain; Your efforts will not be In vain: Just kind and gently, mildly greet Tluv fellow men you chance to meet; A word, u glance, a pleasant smile, Will otteutlmcs a man beguile; And sometimes, In tho hour of grief, Ho'll freely come to jour relief; When darkness comes, In sorrow's shade, He'll bring jou hope and bring you aid; His prayers ascend for jou above, Wliero (iod Is Heaven, mid Hem en 13 loe. Why Don't You Stop Coughing bofore tho entire muo cous membrane lining tho air leading to tho lungs becomes inllamed, as it suroly will bo from a cough negloctod. There is but one remedy that gives instant roliof and cures quickly. Dr. Halo's Household Cough Cure cures every kind of cough from n simple cold to incipient consumption. 25 and 50o bottlos at Carpenter's South Side drug storo. pas-sag- VHBSfVSIHl V3 The best GUN in the market for the money. EK38SSE2SE ' Communicated. Htlitor of tho Roundabout. Sovoral wooks since I wroto a short letter for your paper, intending following it up with others, taking for my subject tho young men of Frankfort. If thoro is anything that I am To the Company with Just received 10,000 loaded shells, loaded by the Hazard Powder The best in the market. Agents for .nsriD :i?.:e:K::E3:E3, T. O. T. IOlLTiriDESH.;, colt smith . o-Trnsr- -- a s. iUl.JLu'1 iii ii 1 w . Jewelry, Novelties, Clocks, Silverware, TTOT TDAT GOODS. FOE 2'uT?.lZlJCX7X3-A.I2,S ' 1 9f . s ti SEE JK Opera Glasses, Gold Pens, Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses, Headed Personals. Canes, &c. 233 SIItTa' CLAIE, STHEET. . 5 ,rji 14- - among tho newspaper men who came in to see the Legislature started off Miss Jennie Gaines spent Saturday all right. last in Cincinnati. Mr. Otis Ashnrst and wife, of Miss Lizzie Downey is visiting Georgetown, spent Christmas in this city with Mrs. Ashurst's parents, Mr. friends in Midway. John N. Marshall and wife. Mr. Sam Young, of Louisville, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Edwards, of Smithfleld, visited Mrs. Edwards' Mr. E. W. Taylor was in the city parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Suter, on the first of the week. the South Side, the first of the week. Mrs. Pat Newman left, yesterday for to Lexington a visit ern Kentucky. Mr. John C. Cromwell, of Joliet, Misa Sallie Holt lias returned from Mrs. Kittie Morris has been quite Illinois, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. A. W. Cromwell and 311 for tho past two weeks at her home a visit to Cincinnati. wife, near this city, returned home Mr. Chas. Qrcon, of Louisville, was on Cross street. Monday. in the city Wednesday. Mr. Ollie Walcutt, who has been Mr. Will Miller and wife, of CovMr. James Dudley has returned visiting relatives in Cincinnati has ington, who were summoned here home. returned from a visit to Chicago. illness of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mrs. Ilattie Keller and Miss Carrie by the Mr. Sam. M Gaines, of Maysville, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Read, was in the city Sunday. Keller, of Cincinnati, are visiting returned home Monday. Mrs. M. A.Selbert. Miss Annie Tobin returns this week Mr. J. P. West and wife, who have from a visit to Lebanon. Hon. L. W Lassing, of Boone counbeen spending the holidays with her Mr. John II. Whallen, of Louisville, ty, was in the city Wednesday at- father, Mr. Win. Duke, No. 041) Main tending the caucus. was in the city Tuesday. ' ofnaof lifV. fn'1oiT frtr t.M t lirivrt Chas. E. Taylor, jr., of Cincin- Huntington, West Virginia. Mr. Capt. J. C. .Bryant, of Lexington, nati, spent Christmas in this city was in the city Tuesday. Masters Jas. II. Graham, jr., and Mrs. John C. Dennis is quite ill at visiting his parents. John Todd Bradley, of Louisville, Mrs. Helen McClure and children who have been spending the holidays her home on Pea Ridge. are visiting ur. aim mra. i. n. jiuk, wJth Mafl(erB j. w. Pruett, jr., and Mr. J. 13. Hcrndon, of Louisville, at Stamping Ground. W. Pruett Graham, in this city, will was in the citv Monday. Miss Evelyn Brown has returned return home this afternoon. Hon. J. D. Powers, of Owensboro, from quite an extended visit to Mr. J. A. Coons will go to Louis was in the city yesterday. friends in Louisville. ville Monday to enter upon the dis- Miss Sallie Theobald has returned Dr. C. B. Chinn's little daughter, charge of the duties of the position from a visitto Lexington. Lucy, who has been very ill with 0f Actuary of tne Sun Life Insurance Mr. D. B. Walcutt has returned pneumonia, is improving. 1 Company. Mrs. Coons and son will from a visit to Columbus. Mr. Arthur Weitzel has returned to remain here for the present. Mr. AV. R. Gri fiith has returned College in Louisville after spending Squire Geo. V. Kobb, who was from a visit to Owensboro. Christmas with his parents. stricken with paralysis last week, is tho Hon. W. T. Cox, of Bowling Green, two Mrs. David Nicol, who has been improving in conuition. was in the city on Tuesday. days he was unconscious, but yester-th- e confined to bed with pneumonia for Mrs. O. R. Crutcher is visiting in day was able to be up and walk past two weeks, is improving. Georgetown and Cincinnati. Clipper. about his Mr Hugh Daniel, of Lexington, Miss Starling, of Henderson, is the who has been visiting his parents in Mr. John Walker, of Louisville, is guest of Miss Birdie Brown. non. visiting his brotner-in-lacity, returned home Monday. this Lewis Alangan, after an absence of Mr. James Hogan is visiting the Mr. Alfred B. Read and wife who some ten or fifteen years. John found family of Mrs. J. P. Downey. have been quite ill at their homo Mrs. Tom Newman leaves this week near this city, are both much improv- but few of the boys he knew twenty years ago to welcome him on his for a short stay in Lexington. ed. return. Mr. Arthur Ford, of the Louisville Mrs. Nannie Riddell. of Montana, The following newspapermen were Times, was in the city Tuesday. visited Mrs. E. M. Williams in this in the city Tuesday and Wednesday Mr. J. Sel Miller, of Louisville, was city Friday and Saturday of last attending the cancuses: L. J. Blake-ly- , in the city the first of the week. week. Newport Journal; Urey Woodson, Miss Janie Dehoney left Saturday Miss Annie Crutcher, who has been Owensboro Charles Messenger; for Georgetown to visit relatives. attending tho College of Music in Meachum, Hopkinsville Kontuckian Dr. C. 0. Lewis, of Stamping Cincinnati, is visiting her parents in and Andrew Casey, Owensboro Inquirer. Bellepoint. Ground, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. W. H. Grider has returned to Dr. Sam Holmes is able to be out Tlie Postmaster Enterher home in Russollville, after a tains. again after a long spell of sickness. pleasant visit of one month to friends of Louisville, W. B. Haldeman, Mr. Jas. M. Saflell, Postmaster, enin this city. attended the caucus Tuesday night. tertained tho employes of his office Mrs. Eddie Wirgman and son, Gen. Sam. E. Hill, of Lexington, Master John, of Louisville, are visit- at an elegant lunch at his suburban was in the city the first of the week. ing Mr. Sam'l R. Smith and wife, on residence on Saturday evening. Those present wore Miss Emma MorMisses Lizzie and May Pepper are Shelby street. ris, Messrs. Chas. W. and A. Phyth-ia- n at home from school for a few weeks. Mrs. E. J. Roberts, two of her Sairell, Owen M. Furr, W. L. Mr. Percy Headley, of Louisville, children and her sister are confined Weitzel, E. L. Banta, Harry Rogers, visited his parents in this city Sun to bed with grip, at their homo on C. P. Nichols, W. S. Saffell, Thoo. day. "High View." Wylie, Hord Brown, T. R. Todd, Wm. Miss Mamie Roche, of Paris, visited Misses Maggie Hogan, of Midway M.' Saffell, Mrs. W. M. Saffell, Miss her grandfather in this city this and Mayme Whalen, of Versailles, Todd Saffell, and Judge W. H. Sneed. week. are visiting the Misses Downey, of The evening was an exceedingly pleasant one to all present. Hon. T. G. Stuart, of Winchester, Summer Forrest. spent several days in the city this Engine for Sale. I have a secondMibs Emma Pennoek, of Minerva, week. enportable hand Gaar-ScoOhio, is spending tho winter with gine, in good order, for sale steam cheap. Miss Georgie Payne is visiting her sister, Mrs. Grant L. Roberts, in W. T. Featheustone, Miss Annie Bain in Lexington this South Frankfort. t. Forks of Elkhorn, Ky. week. Gen'l. John B. Oastloman came up W. L. Coppersmith challenges comMr. Logan McKce and wife, of from Louisville Tuesday morning parison in workmanship on any Cincinnati, are visiting relatives in to call the Democratic caucus to or- repairs in his lino. 231 St. Clair street. this city. der in tho House. Miss Helena Weitzel is spending Mrs. L. W. Wheat, of Alton, has the holidays with her sister in returned home after a few weekB' visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. HE THKHK WILL or A MKKT'NVr OK THE Mr. James W. Hodges, of Lexing- K. Choate, of this city. 1 ytockbolders thti Deposit Itauk ol Frankfort, (it Its bunking linuso In Frankfort, on Mon ton, was in tho city Tuesday and A. Bell, of Georgetown, day, Jniamry 4, IbM, between tho liourn of it m Hon. John n. Wednesday. Col. J. G. Oraddock, of Paris and and Ityour. in., to elect elylit directors for tho en 11. u. WAioun. uinK Cashier, J mi. Loving Gaines, of Elkton, were Mrs. Emmet McAdams, of Middletown, Ohio, spent, several days with her uncle. Mr. J. H. Williamson, the first of the week. Mrs. JI. C. Mallory, of Chicago, in in tho city visiting her father, on Steele street. Miss Mamie Kernan has returned from an extended visit to her sister in Lexington. Mr. W. F. Grayot has returned from a visit to his old home in West11 , I A large line of ing encid. HPoclset ZEHUni-ves- , Straps, rn"u.:Liitiozi, lE&ii-ves- , ZEBa-zor3-"u.n- Carvs .17 V .s and i ' til All useful Christmas Presents. Four Blade Pocket Knife 25C. G AY & CHURCH r. i ; THE PEOPLE'S PAPER, Everybody takes it. Everybody reads r ! om.-Mi- hvay I it. Subscription Only $1 Per Year, ur Job Department IS GOMRLETE. GEO. A. LEWIS, Proprietor., 215, 217 and 219 St. Glair Street, Up Stairs, Frankfort, Ky. I tt 15-4- 45-l- y. Law-rencebur- NOTICE. 11. '(.. 1,Hm)u A'J ii'i. wmm i IK'.' 1 " I TIME TABLE. The following time tnlite is now Reot upon ttio L. fe N. rond: TJ1AINB WEST. No.23 loavofiFrnnkfort No. 17 lonvofl Frankfort .No. 21 lonves Frnnkfort No 1'JlonvoB Frnnkfort TBAINBEABT. fi:60 n. in. 9:10 n.,ra 3:00 p. m. 7:38 p.m. 10:10 4:35 No.lSleiivoa Frnnkfort.... No. 20 lonves Frnukfort No. 24 nrrivea Frnnkfort .... (1.35 U:15 p.m. No. 22 lonvos Frnnkfort 17 nnd 21 connect nt Lngrnngo Nos. 23, for Cincinnati. Nos. 23 nnd 21 connect at Anohorngo for Uloomueld Brnnctr. W. W. Alkxandeii, n. in. p. m. p. m. Agont. Dcatli of Ira Vaugliu. Mr. Ira Vaughn, of Waddy, Ky., died last Thursday. Ho was one of tho best citizens of Shelby county. Fire Yesterday. Ik was occasioned by noon from box out of a chimney at tho the burning residonco of Maj. II. T. Stantnn on Second street. 12 Tho alarm of fire yesterday after- days tho President will send his appointments to tho Sonate to fill tho o vacancies on tho Interstato Commission. It is pretty well conceded that Hon. William R. Morrison, of Illinois, will bo but thoro is a great deal of speculation as to who tho Southorn men-bo- r will be. Of all tho names mentioned from that section there aro only two who seem to be considered prominently. Mr. Glomments, of Georgia, and Judge William Lindsay, of Kentucky. Judge Lindsay's great legal ability is having its weight, and Senator Cullom, of Illinois, said this morning in referring to tho matter: "Judge Lindsay's name has been more frequently mentioned lately in connection with tho Commissioner-shithan any one else. However, ifthe President has determined on one or both of the Commissioners, tho fact has not been mnde known." If tho position comes to Judge Lindsay it will be unsolicited on his part and an honor worthily bestowed. Com-morcp elegant recoption to hor friends, at her homo, corner of Second and Conway streets, Thursday afternoon. Tho parlors, hall and library wero beautifully decorated with flowers, tho windows darkened, and the house lighted up with wax tapers. Mrs. Jos. II. Lowis gave an IS y ViTSKlftrTBAD7. MY EYE 8EE Wim Mr. J. I. C.sn, (Hlchory Orovo Fnrr.i, tmriii Itucluc, Wis., eay: "Aiai'jo "R ory known remedy, I rcmovul 11 lurpo li nr li 01 ..to years fdnudlug, trom a a year old Mi, wlti ,hrco applications of of e) ; 3 li :; yWKNBrd WIWBfflEMKa '.( irU Ulsihobostprnparnllonlhavccvcriiiodr I hcartliy recommend It toull Jicr.-...V'ji.iva hund;eds 0 such tcallnoiilu,v T'ln PrlccQl.t'Oiiurliiirtlp. AskyoiirdrinwU-tforlfk cltin MfJr.V'tJ Jft'il V. 1 J. ARK. A & CO., Whitehall, X. Y. W$t&x:$l of. . , 'VSPFRSH PftET ett, of the Kentucky Military Insti- hnrajiuw tute; Mrs. Wm. Lindsay, Mrs. E. Polk Johnson, Mrs. Sallio Holmes, Mrs. Phil. H. Carponter, Mrs. Caswell Bennett and Mrs. Will. C. Herndon. A largo and brilliant company of ladies and gentlemen were presont. Mrs. Lowis was assisted in receiving her guests by Mrs. Clifton Bur-gi- n of Lexington; Mrs. Lily Hempstead, of Spring Station; Mrs. Crock- J 'tfOlBJiM 1:111 l:wi..kon.lUi'-'e.HiumpnorBllver,fi)rlrl.il',- LVj? VI tiii3:iii FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - C. E. Cement, (His;, COLLINS Oils & BRO., Watches, clocks and jewelry of standard brand at Coppersmith's, besides sold at deadrock prices. 234 St. Clair street. 45-ly. Hardware, Wall Paper and nd Decorate, Lime, Plaster, Ksim Iron, Steel, Selling, li x d.or. Slxct. cind. Shells. H'ti Paints, !E"o Eocxg, Blir-.cls- , 5c., How to get Tliln. If you have a buggy, carriage or set of harness which needs repairing take it to tho Kentucky Buggy and Harness Company on east Broadway. All work promptly executed. 15-t- f. ALSO A FULL LINE OF Sewer and Plni Pipe, and Hack Card Parts'. fer The Misses Brown entertained the Toung Ladies Euchre Olub Thursday night at tho Mansion. An elegant supper was served to tho guests about 12:30 o'clock. The prizes were very handsome and wore won by gratifying results. Miss Sallio Holt and Mr. Will Ely. FOR THE LUNGS. Mr. Henry Perkins, 29 Union Park, family remedy for Has been From the use of the COUr.US. a COLDS, CONSUMPTION, Fire Wednesday Nijflit, Boston, writes: "Leverette" Obesity Pills my weight THROAT. SOUK ACUTE has been reproduced ten pounds in PNEUMONIA. CTAKISll. INKLUKN.A,ASTHM V. The alarm of flro from box 34, three weeks and my general health AND CHIIOMC HKONCIIUIS. COUGH. CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN WUOOPl .about 9 o'clock Wednesday night was is very much improved. The princi- INTHESIDE AND SPITTING OF BLOOD, mid nil diseases of tho ples of your treatment are fully inoccasioned by tho burning of the dorsed by any family physician. In colresidence of Itobeeca Johnson, Throat, Chest and Lungs proof of my gratitude I herewith ored, on Wilkinson street. Tho roof give you permission to use my name Leadln -Cand part of tho second story was if you desire to do so. d Price 2.00 per package, or three DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM conNlns no opium, when the flames wero consumed packages for 5.00 by registered mail. morphine, nor any deleterious dru;; It sootlie.s by the lire department. supplied direct from our and lieals the Membrane of the Lungs, Inll.inied All Tho only safe and reliable treatment for obesitj', (suporflous fat) is tho best the "Leverette" Obesity Pills, which atAll cents pergrades sf coal for sale 12 bushel gradually reduced tho weight and fort Elevator Coal Co. by the Frankmeasurement. No injury or inconvenienceLeaves no wrinkles acts by absorption. soes&ZTS&nrss This cure is founded upon the most FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. scientific principles, and has been used by one of the most eminent Physicians of Europe in his private practice for live years, with the most 12-t- f. Salt. XAIN AND 43-l- LKWIS STREET' -- rr.A KFORT KENTUCKY. Ha s ( JACOB SWIGERT& CO., Balsam ," HOAU-?KNKriS- never-fiilllti- . Have Removed From the Baizell Building 02sT lLJZlr S'Z722E13Z!'X1, TO ONSUMPTION, by disease, H101 AND 102 nf short time. r-u- KM STR the Capital Hatcl.-tf- K- -- L ) oub-lue- - It sweats and tightness across the chest. The Levehette Specific Co., 339 ple'isant to the taste. He sure and ask for DH. A WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take no other. Washington street, Boston, Mass. For Nile by It is surprising that people will use 3 W.Drugslst, Frankfort, Ky. & common, ordinary pill when they :an aeeure a valuable English one for Future Wedding?. PRICE 25C, 50C.,$t.OO. tho samo money. Dr. Acker's Engpills are a positive cure for lish DR. WM. HALLOO.. NEW YORK. It is announced that Mr. Thomas and nil liver troubles. Thoy Oct. tire small, sweet, easily taken, and do B. Rodman, of this city, will shortly ilrfML'K!5SS5WVaSS5S motgrlpo. wed Miss Laura Lindsey, of Mt. 9 J. W. Gayle, Druggist. Storling. As a Daily. The engagement of Miss Nettio McDowell, of Lexington, formerly PVYHIGHESV C'VSH PRICE FOR ALL Tho Capital mado its appoarance of this count', and Dr. Thomas Bul- TWILL of L kind at old 'iVtiyurd, near KenLouisville, is announced. tucky Midland depot, on Clliit.ni street. Thursday morning as a daily, and lock, of JAMES Si'LLIVAN. Dec. will continue to make its appearance Yet Hopeless, every morning except Sunday dur Pronounced Saved. ing the session of the Legislature. If vou want to keep posted as to what From a letter written by Mrs. Ada the Solons aro doing, you can get E. Hurd, of Gorton, S. D., we quote: which ORDER OF more information from tho Capital "Was taken with a bad cold, in and TiURSUANTTO until .tanuarr THE COURT OF I Claims. I will, 11th. 1602. recelre settled on my lungs, cough sot to be done for the following than any othor paper. finally terminated in Consumption. sealed bids for be completed won February 11th, by county, to Four doctors gave me up, saying I the same to be paid for out ot levies ot WJ2: IfcbS. SPECIFICATION'S. Sec Here! I gave could live but a short time. Taklrg one f'iot of myself up to my Saviour, determined ting new Joists, floors dirt from old lloor and putCounty and unci basemen-Is Clip if I could not stay with my friends Circuit Cleric's omens; 1 cast hearth and resetting You boys of the room, new pnttlnn In would meet my per, when you get an item from tho on earth, I My husband was absent grate, In front andplpep.gas 1" buck new cornice repairing frame, advis- doors ones above. In Jail alley, two stone door Roundabout don't credit it to the ed to get Dr. King's New Discovery over twodoors, battendlL'h back of County Clerk's over windows, Sunday Call. Wo don't object to for consumption, coughs and colds. lintels3 feet wide, 8 feet deep, 21 feet Ions, to be ofllce your giving Dryden credit for the I gave it a trial, took, in all, eight walled ontoone slda and both ends and wall of 1 eellir door thank building be cemented; pipe, repairingand frame, has new gutter and down last one you got, as our faith as bottles. It now cured me, and hearty on back of County Clerk's oluse, window shutteri strips In a well and God I am to it correctness was rather weak woman." Trial bottles free at Phil. Jailer's residence, one three Inch down pipe In calling at front of CjuniyClerk's olllce. Bidders when we wrote it, and as he publishes Carpenter's Drug Store, regular sizes County Clerk's olllce will be shown where the 4 repairs are to be placed. 50c.'and 1.00. a Sunday paper ho can stand his Right reserved to reject any and all bids. Dec.SOtU, 1891. varacity being called in question; but B. . WILLIAMS. DO NOT SUFFER ANY .give us our ''entitles" in future. C. J. F. C. C. Jan. DUTY TO YOURSELF. ofllce. orders 16-l- and poisoned and prevents ntijlit Is CThey m ?a 1 will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a -- GAYLE, n ifi ww Em tiiy W filled m m um pi T s Wanted Fur Skins. Km-Skin-s l'J-l- Plumber, GasasSteam Fitte -- i.3 AND DEALER IN- - Sas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets., '1PB AND FITTINGS, ETC. Sealed Proposals ! GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY In roar 5f 3 Uondor'a Grooary, STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN T6 JOB AND CONTRACT WORE. ALL WORK n Blue-Gras- tHMa!M Repairing of all kindsj neatly and promptly executed by the Kentucky Buggy and Harness Company. 15-t- f. Thorough, Practical Instruction. GraduJ9" Catalogue ates assisted to positions. free, write to Stratton Business College Bryant I -- .WWIW k.h. - ! Eob't. B. Pranklm I New Series Of Stock. nLASS H IX TnE OLD ItKMABLE PEOPLE'S U Hoinesteiitl mid Suvliii? Association will b opened for subscrlbtlon on Jmu.iry 1st. Tiio iKistbtxiuontlishine been the most iiioierous in the history of the Association, ami persons wishing a safe Investment should not let this L. II. MAUillALL, lie them. I'resldent. lACOllriWliiEIir. A: Tresis. ec y 101 A 102 Ann street. I'flC. Frankfort, Ky. m Oil, Wliat a Cotj;i2. LONGER, 2-- ft'. Will you heed the warning; tho signal perhaps of the sure approach FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL of that more terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you can .afford, for tho sake of saving COc, to run tho risk and do nothing for it. statement correct. Of the Condition of the Wo know from experience that J. W. Oayle:, Druggist. .Shiloh's Cure will euro your cough. OF ALL KINDS. It never fails. This explains why EP0SITBAM0FFRA8KFI Rcuiggccl. more than a Million Bottles were Small FrtutT?. Asparaous. Grape Vinim. untl every tliluir usunllv found In sold tho past year. It relieves croup At Close ot Business, such an establishment. A full stock. Since tho item, which appears on cough at once. .nnd whooping Prices Low. Wo pny no agents. Mothers, do not bo without it. For the 4th page of this paper in relation DGCSMBeR 31. 1SB1. uescnptivo ciuniogues on application. back, side or chest uso Shiloh's to a new State Treasurer was put in lamo Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W ASSISTS. typo, Major Halo has changed his 37 Gayle. LEXINGTON, KY. $1100.591 S7 Loans and DlKCOiints refusing to qualify. He mind about "JLTUTbT Cash '.5.")- -' 1)1 Sprained Ankles. Due from llauks OUJtEte lias executed bond and will outer 1,'JWfXi Eiirnlture Uct. upon his second term on Monday. ,,,,31 I'iotit LOSS OF M Horsloy, tho old roliablo Willis LO Ileal i:tate ' $'.'34,175 g0 KENTUCKY UK!0!! RAILWAY GO,, brakesman on tho L. & N. rHATTERKI"iJL.ECOtJSII Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Railroad, in stopping from tho train Sour Stomach, fc?leepleasnoss, LlAniLlTIES. 00 morning, hurried or difficult TIME CA21D. $77,100 Capital Stock Thursday aftornoon, at Pleasuroville, In the Headache, Nervous Proslirtathing, raising phlegm, tightness3 28,awwi Mirplus CFFECTIVK DECEMDSR 2IST, 1890. sot Ilia foot upon a rock, which in tho oliost, qutokonod pulse, clilil-iic6tration, Neuralgia, Pal493 00 Old Dividends Dl iilciiil No. 47 (3 per l't.) . in tho evening or sweats :it 2X f pitation of tho Heart, under him and sprained his liOlNli KAbT. turned 2W) 00 things aro Kli'lif e (eoiittnuwiO " Loss of Energy, 800 IK) anklo, and ho lias been compollod to night, all or anyofof thoao Inteir taml DiMMUUit.. .. S;00" p m I.eive U'SliistanTT" consumption. Dr. stages tho firat .. U1.4M W Indlvldiml DepuHltors l.y.iVB VllHlheter 4:U p lay oil' in consequence. Willis has Aekor's English Cough Kemody will Weakness of Hack, 1'eolings c.t StuttsTitx 7W 07 LuiivoOlay City 4:51 p , I2M.17S Languor and Lassitude, Genyears euro these fearful symptoms, and i3 Arrive Lumber l'ulnt 0:20 p m boon running for twenty-liv- e p m Arrive Three I'orka eral Debility, La Grippe, on this section of tho L. & N., and in yold under a wuufiu'o guarantee by Net earnlniw for sl mouths, emliiiK a 11:30 u J. W. Gayle, DruggisK. $5,955 'J3 LeiiveThree forks Etc., Etc. Downilierill, 18ai all that titno has lost but very few l;2fi p Arrive KlkitHfii Applied lit follow! .. Dividend No. 17 days. Jilttl Ol In use forS5ycnra iiy (SUINO WEST. Interest In tho unltod Hmup, and Hancock's Funeral mid MiruootiHthem the eminent phyidclftUH Tax and Discount. SXJ CO 4M(Xi Mr. John W. Milam sprained his Mr, heal. TON1U oxinnt by Leave P.lkatawu t:30 n m 1.1153 3a To Surplus anklo Wednesday night, while runIt curus where nil others Aill. Try It und be lQ;o a m Arrive Three KorkH 1.750 (HI Hail debt chained oil Tho funeral of tho late G. AV. llan-coc- convinced. Auk your UruaglHt for It. $5.0SG 28 Lonre Tliren rurks 0,00 n m ning to tho Are, and has since been 0:0,"i a in will tako place from his lato Arrive Lumber Point confined to tho house. $1.00 PER BOTTJLE. Arrive Clay City 7:37 n in PHICE, H. H. WATSON, cashier. residonco, on tho old Leostown piko, H:U0 Arrive Winchester m .snh.scrlbed to before me this 1st day Arrive Lelin;loii 9.30 a city, this aftor- J. ED RAY & GO,, Manfs, and Proprs.. ofSworn andlbDi jour miles from this L'. Kkiunos, Notary l'ubllc. 47t- January, Iilivn Tjiulfinv noon at 2 o'clock. Cmnectloiirt made at Lumber Point with miHSloncr. En-glis- Knowing that a cough can bo checked in a day, and the first stages of consumption broken in a week, we hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's Cough Remedy, and will refund tho money to all who buy, take it an per directions, and do not And our h Nurseries BLUEQ9RASS ? STATEMENT TREES 10-S- TONIC pns-song- or APPETITE, ... . 111 111 1 111 111 . k A rocont dispatch from Washington City says: "It is gonorally understood that shortly after tho holi- - "' 11 111 Coppersmith don't sond W. B. AVERILL, Solo Agont, work to othor oities, but doos all Frankfor, Ky. tliat is instrustod to him in his June building, 231 St. Clair street. W. L. 45-ly. 10-l- y. steamer for Uenttyvllle. Klkatawa Is nearest DIVIDEND NOTICE. station to Jackson, Ky. Trains between Three dividend of three (3) percent, will be paid on Korku nnd Lexlimton run dally, between Three the capltal'.stock of the Deposit Hank of ,1'ruuk-for- t Korkn and Jilkatiivva dally. Surdays excepted, after Tuesday, January 0, IK)! J. L, MUH1MIY. iui2-2- t 11. 11. WATSON, Cashier. I ueiieraii'nsseiieer Agent A kkh&it i . 'i. '. '.t-- lb. ia...jJA.yh.,fA UsH Deatli of Two Colored Citizens. Mr. Henry Dorsey, janitor at the City Hall, died Friday evening of last week, about six o'clock. He had been confined to the house for several days, but was thought to bo improving and was sitting up a couple of hours before he died. For many years he was a trusted employe of Hon. E. H. Tay lor, He was a prominent member of the Brothers of Friendship and Knights of Friendship, which organizations hired a special train over the Midland Road Sunday morning and took his remains to his old home in Georgetown for interment. Sunday morning Nathan Jennings porter at the Frankfort National assigning as a Tlio Aolnnc f Wfifir reason that the salary is too small. The Legislature met in this city on Gov. Brown has appointed AssisVitared at the at Frankfort, Kentucky, as lecond-clas- s mailable matter. and organized by tant Secretary of State S.A. Norman, Wednesday, Major the election of the following officers,: of Graves county, to succeed K0. A. LE WIS.. Editor and Publisher. SENATE. Hale, who has accepted the position. Hon. D. H Smith, of Larue, PresiFRANKFORT, JAN. 2, 181)1. cntli of Mrs. Evans. dent, pro. tern. Harry Glenn, of Nicholas, Clerk. Mrs. Evans, wife of Zach. Evans,, Wm. Cromwell, of Franklin, AssiGcu. Scott Brown Dead. the n carpenter, died stant Clerk. Thursday morning, aboutone o'clock, W. O.. Mize,- of Wolf, Enrolling. Gen. Scott Brown, one of the most after a lingering illness with con- Clerk. prominent and wealthy citizens of sumption. S. J. Shackelford, of Daviess, thiB county, died at his home, three miles from this city, on the Fire at Avenstoke. r. J. B. Read, of Louisville, pike, Monday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock, aged 72 years. The store of Mr. Jos. D. Parrent, Gen. HOUSE. Brown has for years been a sufferer formerly of this county, was deHon. W. M. Moore, of Harrison, from a chronic bladder trouble, which stroyed by fire at Avenstoke, on the had confined him to the house for Louisville Southern Railroad, in Speaker. Green II. Keller, of Nicholas, Clerk. several weeks, and only last week he Shelby county, on Tuesday night. Jas. E. Stone, of Breckinridge, was attacked with the la grippe, both His loss on building and stock is together causing his death. about five thousand dollars, with Assistant Clerk. John H. Stewart, of Clark, EnrollThe deceased was born in this only three thousand insurance. ing Clerk, Colcounty and educated at Centre Briclgcford-Gorclo- n. Robert Tyler, of Bullitt, Sergent-at-Armlege, Danville. He had been a farinmer all his life, and by thrift and Mr. Win, Bridgeford, a John C. McWhorter, of Jackson, dustry had accumulated quite a large and popular young painter of this being the owner at the time fortune, V. B. Bridgeford, and On Thursday evening the Goverof his death of nearly a thousand city,Miss son of Mr. Ella Gordon, daughter of and acres of land in this county. was sent in and after on nor's me8sago In 1S59 he was appointed Adjutant Mrs. Mary Gordon, who resides hearing it read both Houses adGeneral of the State by Gov. Magof- the South Side, were married journed over until Monday. Monday evening at eight o'clock fin, which position he resigned in by Rev. Mr. Neville, of the Southern 1S62. In 1875 he was chosen Senator Dr. Hale's Mouseliolcl Tea Presbyterian Church. from the district composed of this Is the great blood purifier and count', Anderson and Mercer, sen, For Itlurtler. nerve tonic. It acts upon all the be-- j ing out the term of four years. cretions of the system, enabling the In 1SS9 he was elected to and repreJohn Lumpkins, alias Doughbelly, liver and kidneys to perform their sented this county in the Lower House was brought before Judge Ben G proper functions, giving tone and of the General Ab&embly, session of Williams Tuesday morning to have strength to the nervous system, a Two certain cure for dyspepsia. In 1S79 he was made a direc- his examining trial for the murder of months' treatment lor 50c. Get a tor of the Farmers Bank of Ken- Nathan Powell, Christmas morning, free sample at Carpenter's South Side 1 tucky and has been every and upon motion of Hon. Jas, drug store. Andrew Scott, his attorney, he waved years since. Society Elections. Ho was a largo man phvsicallv. examination, and was sent back to jail to answer before the grand jury with a bluff hearty manner, and uniMASONIC. versally popular with all who knew on the first Monday in February. The following officers were elected him. Although fond of ladies' society, he remained a bachelor all his Dr. Hale's Household Oint- for the ensuingyear by Hiram Lodge, ment No. 4, A. Y. M., on Monday evening: life. Of his nine brothers and sisters Geo. A. Lewis, Master. only two survive him Mrs. Ann Is the finest remedy in the world. M. P. Gray, Senior Warden. May hall, who made her home with It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Henry C. Murray, Junior Warden. Cures W. T. Reading, Treasurer. him during the latter days of his life, Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Ben. T. Farmer, Secretary. and Judge Rueben Brown, of Bridge- in the most soothing manner. Cures Gus. Shaefer, Senior Deacon. port. Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. G. Russell Sneed, Junior Deacon. The funeral took place from the Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be J. Ed. Kershaw, Tyler. A Southern Presbyterian Church Tues- taken internally.Cuts,positive specific V. A. Kaltenbrun, ) bteMras' for Pneumonia. Bruises, Burns, J John Anderson, day morning at 11 o'clock, and al- Chilblains, Sores of long standing, ODD FELLOWS. though the weather was miserable Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: there was a large attendance of sor- different from all else; superior to all Capital Lodge, No. 6, I. O. 0. F., else; it has no equ.il, 25 and 50c. boxes. elected the following officers, on rowing friends and relatives. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpen- Monday evening for the ensuing six y ter's South Side drug store. avAiNKFOHT ROUNDABOUT, post-offl-ce becrins on Monday, yteks. ANXmnvrwntwvT r3H VWr r v .' vufcl y8$fa2l?K fXrfc 4( KSv PIS?r, &ZKtMl W CRE S J'ee.lute. For SI,erUr' Sir lirt' HUtJiorl7'd to ntinoimcs .IAS. R DRAW- P'11 '? c'liidlduto for slierllT of Kr.inklln eoun- ty. subject to tlio a tlon of tlio Hemocmtlc party ilt niJ' L,etl0 to bo liuld March W, 189. r count), subject to th action of the li'inocnitlc; convention ot Sntunlny, March lMu, 189i. Wo are authorized to announce A. (f.JKFKKRS nsiiciinillilatofor Sheriff of Franklin county, Miujsct to tlio Democratic nriinar) election. 11-t- Ml ' .lUI - Sl "$Mi V ilttu mt Wfl iirpniithnrlTn I ,0 llllliotllico K. 1). ARM-STtlOits a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin 'hH NiMItfl Jil 9g well-know- - Law-rencobu- rg Door-Keepe- Residence for .Bent. Joth the method and results when Syrup of Fiys is taken; it,is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently vet promptly on tlie Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers nnd cuns habitual ooi.stipntion. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its of!oct3, picparcd only from the most hcalvl y and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to nil and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of .l'ig3 is for sale in 50c and" $1 bottles ""by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro-co it promptly for any one who wishes' to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. -- M fPHE I'UOPKRTy KNOWN AS I tlielJIacl.hiiin place, s'tunted at the south end of Logan street, In South containing about at2 iicres of ground, Is for rent. Possession jjUen Pec. 1st. PRANK CIHNN, I hSIDKNci: Nov. 41 'A ai, lfeOMf Frankfoit, Ky. FOR OHRISTMiS. s. Folding Beds, China Closets, well-know- n Door-keepe- r. Ladies Desks, Book Cases, Fine Chairs, u 'i 1 W A. i Leather Couches, Sofa Lounges, ; i Parlor Suits, Hat-Rack- s, '89-'9- 0. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, tOUtSVULC, KY, NCW YORK, f.'.Y. Carpet Sweepers, CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! Dining Tables " Mothers' Friend " is a scientifically prepared Liniment, every and the latest thing irt dient of recognized value and in ingre- m i constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown Tea Tables. "MOTHERS' FRIEND" WILL DO all mat is claimed for it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. l May2-ly- . 1 Qjfig&flT csajlMMg r I 5 I ffo 5-l- G. W. Hancock Dead. Mr. G. Wash. Hancock, a promi- nent breeder of thoroughbred horses, died at his home on the Old Lees-tow- n pike, four miles from this city, Tuesday night, with pneumonia. He bred and trained such good racers as Allen Pinkerton, Rowdy Boy, Tam-pic- o and others. Mr. Hancock was married three times, his lasi wife and four sons sur-Unit- ed months: Thos. Hunter, Noble Grand. C. W. Merchant, Vice Grand. Thos. B. Ford, Secretary. Geo W. Reock, Treasurer. W. W. McEnnis, Host. Book FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by express on receipt of price f 1.60 per bottle to " Mothers " mailed . BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Qa. SOLD BY ALL JUGGISTS. Berkshire Boar. T HM l MT36T AVD QUICKEST A Solid i Evnoclc-dow- n Blow. vivino- him. Sad Accident. 1 Jake Duvall, n youth about 15 years of age, son of Mr. Robert Duvall, who resides about nine miles from this city on the Flat Creel: turnpike, was instantly killed Saturday afterBank, was found dead in his bed. He noon while attempting to split a log was in his usual health on Saturday with gun powder. He was sent out and attended to his duties at the bank to split some fire wood and it seems as usual. That nighthe returned home, he thought he could get through The guccu of Niglit. complaining of having a chill, re- more rapidly by using the powder. tired early and died some time dur- He bored a hole in the log, The above is the tittle of a new ing the night. Heart disease is sup- placed the powder in it attached a poem, which wo have received from posed to have been the cause. He fuse and then drove an iron wedge the author, Mr. Fred. M. Spottswood, was a soldier in the late war, a in on top of it. When the charge formerly of this city. It is gotten up A. R., commander of. went off" the wedge flew out and in neat pamphlet form and is from Geo. W. Monroe Post, of this city, at' struck him in forehead, killing the press of Robert Clarke & Co , the time of his death, and the re-- , him instantly. the Cincinnati. The poem will be mailed mains were buried Monday afternoon ' post paid upon receipt of thirty-fiv- e with the honors of the order. Ben. E5. 5ell, cents. Address orders to Fred. M. Both men were widowers and quiet Druggis", of Lexington, Ivy., says Spottswood. Lexington. that Dr. Ilalu's Household remedies good citizens. (consisting of Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure, Dr. Hale's Household Tlie Most Pleasant Way Bur&IarK. Ointment and Dr. Hale's Household Tea are the best sellers ho has ever Of preventing the grippe, colds, The house of Judge Van B. Young had in his store. This is owing to headaches and fevers is to use tho was entered by burglars last Sunday the great merit ot these popular liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs, They invariably give romedies. morning, but were frightened off be- great satisfaction, save many doctors' whenever the system needs a gentle, fore they succeeded in getting any- bills and work wonderful cures yet effective cleansing. To bo benething. They got in by forcing the Everybody should use them. 25 and fited one must got tho truo remedy parlow window. This is the third Me. sizes at Carpenter's South 1Side manufactured by tho California Fig drug store. time within three weeks that burSyrup Co. only. For salo by all drugA Uisinjj Young Artist. glars have attempted to enter the gists in 50c. and 1 bottles. houses in that neighborhood. Miss Wickliffo Cooper, one of tho On Monday night burglars at- Not a Good Day Either. most earnest and energeitc young lemptod to enter the residence of artists in the State, is prosecuting Gov. Brown refused to grant tho Mr. Henry Abler, on the corner of her art studies vigorously in New petitioners for Murray and Todd streets, South Side, York, and is much pleased with her prayers of forty-fiv- e prospects. Tlio celebrated Master pardons on Tuesday, among them but were frightened off'. Konyon Cox, of tho Art League, who A. M. Pulliam, of rarely expresses commendation of being Judge county, now serving A New State Treasurer. any of his pupils, has taken a decided Brcckinridgo fancy to Miss Cooper, and gives her a term of fifteen years in tho Poni- Major II. S. Hale, Stato Treasurer, frequent words of approbation and tentiary for murder who was appointed by Gov. Buckner encouragement.- - Lexington Leader, to fill out the unexpired term of Miss Cooper is a neico of Mrs. W. When great preparations wore Judge S. G. Sharp and who was T. Reading, of this city, nnd has being made in London, for tho celeelected at the last August election to many friends in this place. She was bration of the Great Queen Jubilee, citizons anxious to participate succeed himself, addressed a letter accompanied to New York by Miss loyal rapidly curing all thoir aches were to Gov. Brown on Tuesday declining Elizabeth Rodman, who is still with and pains beforehand, by a generous to qualify for the now term, which her in that city. use of Salvation Oil. mem-berofthei ' The whale blows water while at play; Trees blow in every clime; The sweetest flowers blow in May, Kul the wind blows all the time. Theie's lots of blowing in this world. SuTerers from catarrh blow OF their noses, and quacks blow about 1L?ARM R I. I.(.. JIARKSBURY. ONE , MILE well iiIim 120 acre-!i from iKdu In "cures." Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy linprowd and all M .. hold is the only infallible one. Its propri- bargain. lor tonus and other will bination at a Infor call JAS. ANDREW i OTT. etors back up this claim by offering on, Dee. $500 for eveiy case they fail to cure permanently. This is an unanswerable blow at humbuggery, coming from men of sterling reputation and ample capital. Na.al Catarrh cannot resist the potency of this Remedy. It Forks of E'khorn, Ky. stops discharges, leaving the senses acute, the head clear, and the breath 7i: have .nvr fit iLDCi' this well- Imprnn-known mill wl li nil the normal. Of all druggists, 50 cents. l I1LACK BERKSHIRE HAVE A PL'RE-HRE1 bo.ir which will he ptsrmltttd to wenesons. FRANKS. HAFF. Near U. ! C. Cooprr sho; , Dec. OiiL.&.N H.ilhoad. fflgiloii "! to Sir Farm fjr i;rs..--, Sale Time, 2S Hours. Cir inv Conchc Iiitlre h. ivoirt'i'ui'' i iiii iintiiuu " j until i uii ini;u. .SHORTEST AND QUICKEST THE i::ii Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala Time. 26 Hours Throucl "leepers without ch.iiiKe The Short iiimueivtc'-iiiioinnniiiiiM LiixiNoro.v, Kv.. TIiiiu. ilij Hours. 12 Knoxvii.m;, Tknv., " " N. C, 17 " AtillKVU.LK. " OldMacklm Mills, litw-s- t eii-lo- CHrrvooii.ThNN.. IllltMIMWAM. TI.ANT, urlnd-In- k J, mid lire )K'i tit-- to do Antrum iiri-i1 lour mill p.ij lorwlieit. and Corn Depot, Cincinnati. it ijpirtiroiuCeutralfJnloD alu!i-olianii. ilf il Kor:att)K,Miipu.V'' iddref I'arniuo tin lnvlti-- tiu;lB uatr'nl. FRANK V.'. WOOLLEV, KLKRORN MILL COMPANY. Traveling I'iiri-'- . Agt. , Nov. Forits of hlkliorn, Ky. Lexington, Ky. D. 'S. EDWARDS, r.f". IIVKVKY. MNCINNATI. ). 'i V. A A T iiiMchllH-- Direct Connections .it NV.vOrli'anstnd Slireve porter Tex is, Mlco in I Cullfortilt. Lo oFrinkl'iri vl.i Knticiufcr Mldlmd Railway ir...ari,vtCln.'.-liiiuitUn:2"ctj v,j ):ir-ivia a. m. Quicker , than an other line. . G., ALA . " " ' 11 15 10 " r 'k n ll-2i- For Sale or Rent. Three Houses and Lots. 1 k-is vVe-l-re- Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co, i t S THE AI.ENT OF MILS. . T. RI( 11 UtDSON, V liavc for ..ilont aj:i"!!t hnruiii tlio lwuo Sea-Sho- re In ulilcli I iKi- - Lontiilnliu i rooms, and will m 11 or incut ii'ijoliilii.-- , i iiiitalnliiKH ion t tlio t'diilik- AND ALL, EASTERN CITIES. u t, Nudli IViinlifort. Also looms, on (miiilk-ll;i Imii-.- c coiit.'ilnlnt,' iiomithou Nt-.street. IN KFF.OT NOVEMHER 13. 1HJ1. TEKMn-onntli- lid cmli. Iialtiiuv In olio and . two or will iiiiiKi-i- i bu wltli Inti'ic-st- , V a s t l.liulti'ii AClll. 1'ir (ash. Dally lull)- EAST HOUND Mull ,Eliis .IA.S. ANDREW SCOTT. Oct. D.i!l. Dili. E ia Sun l.exliiutou . live. 7:151111 lill'lpo 1 10 tin .mum " 8 2)iiin i: iDpu c!.:oimi (Milil 8 51 mi 71'Jpiu lir,iiu .'lOlllll Mt Sti'lllliK ' OWI.l, Ashland . . " 12 KUllI 10(l7nm 8 40,1111 ATTORNEY-AT-LA- V. " !' ,i,m III Vim, S VJ till CittlcttsliiiiK ) iK-loii- nt Act-Ill' Washington, Philadelphia, Now York, Baltimore, Old Point and the WM. CROMWELL AHD Wliu-hi'Kti'- RE AT, ESTA.TJ5 JGB?i'l PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Or Franklin nnd the adjoining counties, nr: will alio clve tpAclal attention to the purchase nnd sale of real eatate, collection or nts, claim i and the ieotlatinn of loon. lliintliuloii " 120uiimKH7in Washington " (i.'fapill 1' Klpin t'liliadellihla " 1017,1111 Qftlimi Nmv ork Air lll'liuul WEST HOUND.! 'J3U.IIII ihiia. liOU.UU1 i j r ot tlio Valley. The Greatest discovery of tho Century for Beautifying the Comnlexion and imparting a Satin like Texture and Bloom of Health. Write for Terms to Agents; enclose 2 cent stamp for reply. Agents make from $4 to $0 per day. WHITE'S TOILET CO., 411 Dec. lOth-ln- .mm inndv-i-v WAHTED to sell White's Lilly jfijiin i. rimi fianain, Ifilpin 711IUII Ashl, mil ...-(J!!7aill M)'jjiii! 7'J7)in Ex Sun Mt.&teilliiKLve, 10 J7ain' 50HPU11 itGiim Winchester . " I115,iiii i5iuii i nrijuu 715am Lexington . Arr, lJ0.iIll I1..I1IIII. i. 1IJII1I1 8 (i Jam LouNvlllo Arr D.opill Ubljpitll viupiu U60.IIU LIMITED VK ISTIllULED I'RVINS run ilally In connection with Cliori.ipuiiKu it Ohio t K. V." , to New Voik bAbV MIL TltVINS runs dally ami liiiiko local stops between Lexington and lattleitsliuii; " ; HiiiitliiKtoii Lvi'. - Wk Hunt-luijto- n. HI'NTINliTON tlons run dally. LEXINUTON 31T. A MOREIIEAD accoiuinoda- - STERLIMi aecoinnioilatlons .t MOREIIEAD A I.EXINOTON run dally to 413 W. Jefferson St., SOUTH BEND, IND. i. SLEEl'iNW UAR to and from ashhiKtoa and New Yoik without cIihiikh. C. L. Hiiown, U W. IUIINKV. Gen. 1hhs. Agent. O. A.. Lexington, Ky. W. &. TUlUIIBON. v , TIUtOirill (J.A., Ashland. Ky. vs I... . ... - i., .. ,. i. ....,,1- - -- .. ., -- A- Halford about two years fUAiNKFUHT RUUNDABUM ago ho forged the name of Fayette Hewitt, of Frankfort, Ky., to a draft for 21,000, and obtained $1,000 on it FRANKFORT, JAN. 2. 1801. at Loxlugton. lie said that tho polieo have been looking for him since then, and that he has evaded On Maty. them Tiring of dodging those after was recently him, ho decided to surrender." Mr. Hord Brown, who has appointed U. S. Hol my sister, see the banner to the Carlisle Distilbeen assigned Waving in the sky, lery, and went on duty last night. discouraged? Are you brokon-dowCourage! help is nigh. The beauty craze hasrovolutionized On that banner read this legend: society and "Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup "Suffering women, hail! has revolutionized the treatment of Pierce's Favorite Prescription coughs and colds. Ne'er was known to fail." Tho success of this remedy is wonderful. Its record is unparalleled. U. S. Court. It has cured thousands of cases of female weakness, irregularities, and The United States District Court all diseases peculiar to the sex. It will meet in regular winter term at can always bo depended on to do extho Cnstom House on Monday. actly what is claimed for it, All the is a There is a pretty full docket and the proprietors ask most trial. Thatofwill skeptical its convince tho court will likely be in session longer wonderful virtues. Price (1.00) rethan usual. funded if it fails to give satisfaction. Guarantee printed on every Store-keeper, n, Christ antl Young Men. ciEonaK IMKSIE. 77iI!T7m ' iJt ' n 'A On Account of Mis Health. Mr. Pat. Newman, sr., wishes to sell out his grocery business and rent his storo-rooon Broadway. His health has not been good for some time and he wishes to retire from business and take a rest. m Morion Stock Farm. Mr. G. W. Morton, of Jacksonville, writes: "Have been trying for two years to remove a Windpuff on back part of front ankle, have used everything that I could hear of but done no good. The trial box of Quinn's Ointment has caused it to nearly disappear. Send one bottle soon as possible. 111., Dcatli of Mrs. Piiytlsian. Mrs. Cordelia Phythian, widow of the late Charles Phythian, died at her home below this city, on the Lewis Ferry pike, Monday morning, after a brief illness. Her husband preceded her to the grave only a few weeks since. She leaves six children, the oldest only a'oout eighteen years of age. 1 Buck lias Another Job. W. H. Johnson, "Buck," who has been Yardmaster for the L. & N. Railroad in this city for the past two years, ha8 removed to Louisville and entered the services of the Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railroad. He has been succeeded here by Mr. Isacs, a former passenger conductor on the L. A N. r. T. F. Kliss. Tho former patients of the distinguished specialist in diseases of the eye, ear and throat, Dr. T. F. Bliss, of Springfield, Ohio, as well as others who still contemplate consulting him, will bo glad to learn that ho expects to spend two or three days in this city, commencing with January 4th, 1892, when he may bo found at tho Capital Hotel. 62' V Good L,ooks. I). ;- - 12 3 Good looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the Liver be inactive, you have a Bilious Look, if your stomach bo disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look and if your kidneys bo afilicted you have a Pinched Look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is tho great alterative and Tonic, acts directly on these vital organs. Cures Pinples, Blotches, Boils Sold and gives a good complexion. at Phil. Cakpentkr's Drug Store. J A. IS. Club. The first hop to bo given under the direction of Assembly Ball Club will take place at tho Capital Hotel next Thursday, January 7th. Tho club this year has more members than ever beforo, and in consoquenco they propose to give about twelvo or fifteen hops. Saxton's orchestra, of Lox- ington, will furnish tho music tho entire season. ffi I V Death of Mrs. Fan Ids. Mrs. D. P. Faulds, of Louisville, formerly Mrs. Eddio Boiling, wife of R. R. Boiling, Esq., who was Deputy Clerk of tho Court of Appeals from 1659 to 1807, during which timo sho was a rosident of this city, diod at tho rosidenco of hor husband at 1:50 o'clock Thursday morning, with pneumonia, superinduced by an attack of grippo. t ivi men. Young men are the leaders in every forward movement of humanity. They are tho driving wheels of the world's progress. There is a natural conservatism about the old which unfits them to bo tho apostles of change They are wedded to tho past and look with suspicion on every proposed improvement upon it. Theexccptions to this rule and such there are are only evidences of the fact that somo old men retain in a remarkable degree the spirit oi youth. As old men live in the past, so young live in future; they live for Letters at menfuture, the to the and improve upon tho Frankfort, Ky. past is an inborn instinct. They lay Below will bo found n list of nilvortiscd hold upon new ideas, new methods, lotters for tho week ending Jan. 2nd. new inventions and discoveries and promptly reduce them to practice 181: old men simply scout and Hinston. Mary J. wherewith incredulity. When HarBarnes, Enner sneer M. Hendricks, R. R. Brooks, Mrs. vey announced his wonderful discovA. Johnson, Mrs. ery of tho circulation of the blood, Louise. Baker, S. II. and when Jenner declared that inMiss Johnson. Sam Cruteher, oculation will prevent small-ponot Lake. W. N. Elmer a physician in England over forty Love, Schaw Couch, Gorge years of age accepted their Carr, Miss Louisa Patton. Dan Luther was but twenty-nin- e Rocera, Dallas Cruteher, M. L. when he proclaimed his theology in Revell, Geo. W. Combs, Payton conflict with that of Rome and but Stelle, Mrs. J. E. Chase, Robert thirty-fou- r when ho nailed .the ninety-fiv- e Dolton, Miss Su- Senter.s, James B. immortal theses on the church sie Staut, Miss Nora door of Dougherty, Wil- Sandlon, William side and Wittenberg. While at his as the right arm of his Tayor, William B. power liam stood Philip Melancthon, Thomas. B. T. Forester, 0. W. at twenty-tw- o championed Felthouse, Hu- Washington, Stew- whogreat learning the cause ofwith rehis ard bert Calvin his Frazier, Mary L. Washington, Isaac formation John twenty-seve- wrote tho "Institutes" at Worner, James Hulett, Founit work on which his iiirao to this day Wnlice, L. C. Huff. Dr J. P. chiefly rests. And it is curious to Hendron, Miss Willson,Miss note how the elder of the two CampAnnie Lizzie bell's, after laying tho foundation Hawkins, Mrs. Young, Georgo Quirrellhill, Marry principles of their religious moveMag ment, shrank from the conseWhim calling for tlione letters say ad- quences they involved. Had it not vertised. been for tho boldness, order and J. M. Saffell. youthful energy of the son, the Postmaster. movement, to all human seeming, would have perished at its birth. State op Ohio, City op Toledo, j S3 "The glory of young men is their Lucas County, strength" strength to bear the Frank J. Cheney makes oath that burdens and fight tho battles of he is the senior partner of the firm human progress. The cause that of F. J. Cheney & Co.-- doing busi- can enlist them in it will live and ness in the City of Toledo, county grow and triumph; the cause that and State aforesaid, and that said lacks them will decay and dwindle firm will Dav the sum of one hun and die. No wonder Christ loves dred dollars for each and every case them, felt an interest in them and of Catarrh that cannot be cured by sought to engage their strength, the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. enthusiasm and energy in the great Frank J. Cheney. work of the world's redemption. Sworn to before me and subscribed Christianity is emphatically a young in my presence, this 6th day of De- man's religion. Not only was its cember, A. D. 188G. founder a young man himself but A. W. GLEASON. f - ,) his service is the manliest service in Notary Public. SEAL J e the world. It has more in it to the ambition, stimulate the agHall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- gressiveness and develop the nally and acts directly upon the heroism of young men than any blood and mucous surface of the other. Ho who turns away from it, svstem. Send for testimonials, free. turns away fiom the grandest oppor"F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. tunity a young man ever had to bo Jtffi"Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. .'1 something and do something worthy of tho God who gave him being. W. L. Coppersmith makes a But while young men can help Resetting Christ how much more can ho help specialty of fine work. diamonds, etc. 231 St. Clair street. them. No one needs Christ as a young man needs him. No one else has so many temptations to resist, battles to with death of DSrs. Taylor's so many awful flesh and fight devil. the world, tho tho Father. And how many are defeated and led by tho devil at Mr. M. O. Davie, father of Mrs. captive ovory day over young will. I mourn men in unas. rj. xayiur, oi tins cuy, uieu in this city, when 1 think what they Cincinnati on Tuesday, aged soventy-- : might bo and see what they are. There iR no ono who can help them fivoyoar8. as Christ can. O young men, you don't him, he loves you, even The Pathogenic Microbe, when knowavo wayward, disobedient, you sinful. He sees the sublime possiOr poison bearing germ, exercises a bilities within you. And if you most destructive influence, and is would but let him, ho would ennoble continually waging war against and beautify you beyond comparison. health. Innumerable is this mighty He alone can bring out the best that s foe, and but. few escape his. injury. injyou. Ho s the master musician tht.t Entering tho system through the with skillful touch can sound cvory blood, this poisonous germ infects note in tho diapason of your being overv nart of tho body, and spreads and evoke a harmony that would Tuder entrance tho unverse. its deadly virus everywhere. Ho undr-stand- s ordinary conditions it multiplies you and loves you as no one rnpidly, and soon maintains a strong- else does or can. And you need him hold upon tho human body. To as you need no one else in all tho .overcome tins enemy, and put an world. end to its destruction has for a long while occupied the timo and energies ISOTheir labors have at OUR VERY 15X3ST of scientists. boon rowarded with success, and last a most important discovery has thus Confirm our statement when wo say been made known to the world. It that Dr. Acker's English Remedy is has been shown that this germ can in ovory way superior to any and all bo forced from tlio body through th' other preparations for tho Throat pores of tho skin, and that this is iind Lungs. In Whooping Couh and tho only method by which a perma- Croup, it is magic and relieves at nent and sure euro of diseases of tho once. Wo ofl'or you a samplo bottlo blood can bo effected. S. S. S. has free. Hoiuombor, this Remedy is sold for years boon curing blood diseases on a positive iruaranteo. and their results, and it is by this 9 J. W. Gayi.k, Druggist. method of eliminating all impurities through tho skin that it has perFoil kent A brick cottngo of formed its great work. All manner of complaints having their origin in threo rooms, on the hill opposite and impure and disordered condition John L. Scott's residence. Possession of tho blood have been successfully given f.Sept. 7th. Apply to Hknuy Gowikk. treated by this unrivalled blood medicine. "Boing purely a vegetable bottle-wrapper. Christ'3 love for the young is one of tho marked features of his character. He took little children in his arms and blessed them, and when the young ruler refused his recipe for eternal life and was going away from him, even then, 'Jesus beholding him, loved him." A young man himself, completing his life work at thirty-three- , knowing by experience every thought, feeling, pleasure, temptation incident to young manhood, how natural that he should have a special interest in, a special understanding of and a special love for all young AIvertisel x, state-ment- s. n, ' V. T:h.is space Is reserved for , R. K. McCLURE, Tlie St. Olair street ZfcvdlercifcLSint- - ox-cit- lo-l- y. 'M -- -- 51-t- less, and no bad oHects result from its UHO. Treatise on blood and Skin Diseases pUSS K IN'TUi: OI,l UKM.VM.K I'K'll'I.K'S A special from San Francisco, says: mailed free. Vj Hmni'Mt'iHl iiinl avlnir Asmk'UUIoii will u Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. oni'iii'il for siilwlptton mi Junu'iry 1M Tim punt man, who gave tho "A middle-age- d six months have litentho most prosperous In tlu lilstnrjr of the. Assoolatlon, ami persons wishnamo of Albert Halford, sought adlet this opportuW. L. Coppersmith, tho jeweler, ing safe mission to tho County Jail yesterday. doos tho best of work at moderate nity itescapeInvestinant should notMARSHALL, L. II. them. JACOB- SWMiKHT. l'resltlent. Ho said that he wanted to surrender prices. Call and soe. 231 St. Clair Scc'y .V Trerr. 101 A 10.i Ann street. Dec. himself on the chargo of forgory. street. 15-ly. lG-2t- . Says file Forged Gen. Her- itt's Name. preparation S, S. S. is entirely harm- New Series of Stock. ,& juiA Atl-iti- iii,u,iilMjattMM'i 'V' tl. ih V'Ml'rflAAhfHri i J v-- " i x JCLj s Ju E3 I fl m m M The Place to Buy Fine Xmas Presents! 1 The largest line to. select from, the lowest prices and the No trouble to show goods, Give me a call. ca-datly- most useful things to be found in any house in the ttity. . Religious. We would be jjreatly obliged t0 the ministers and officers ol churchcsin the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made.l Baptist Oiiukch Taylor, the pastor. Sunday-scho- ol 9:30 in the chapel. Public 11 and 7:30, conducted by at worship at Rev. W. C. morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30. In the morning the pastor will deliver a New Year's discourse to thoold folks and in the evening he will preach to the young. Sunday-schoo- l convenes at 9:30 a.m. The Epworth League will meet in the class room at 6:45 o'clock p. m. Mr. Henderson extends a cordial invitation to the members of the General Assembly to attend these zxviii. 20. "That they all may bo ono." xvii: 21. country and Matt, x: Sunday, "Lo, I am unto the end 3. frontier. Isa Ixv: 46-4- Tho price for all of the best gradps Luke xxiv: Campbell's Creek, and Plymouth Raymond reduced to Jan. 10. Sermons. with you alway, even 12 cents. Call on'Franklbrt Elevator of the world." Matt. Coal Company. 17-2- 5. ofcofil-Pittsburg, 12-t- f. Kentucky Central Railway "BLUB GRASS ROUTE,' Shortestand Quickest routefroin TO ALL POINTS , John ClfiNTUAL KENTUCKY A New J Iaper. ! Rev. W. S. Gilti cv, of Eminence, services. will preach at the new Christian Church at Peak's Mill at 7 The following topics are suggested o'clock and to moriow morning at 11. for the week of prayer, Jan. by the Evangelical Alliance for the Episcopal Oiiuech Row E. A. United States: Penick, the rector, will occupy Sunday, Jan. 3 -- Sermons. pulpit at Ascension Church tolis "I will pour water upon him who morrow morning nt 11 o'clock and at :s thirsty "- - Isaiah xliv: "The unity ol the opine in the uonci 7:30 p. m. of peace." Eph. iv: 3. Monday, Jan. 4 Confession and The First Presbyterian and ChrisThanksgiving. tian Churches will observe the week Confession: Of personal, social s of Prayer next week, and and national sins; of sectarian jealwill be held in each church ousy and rivalry. every evening during the week at Thanksgiving : For united prayer; for the success of the Floronco Con7:30 o'clock. ference and for all blessings, spiritual and temporal. Ps. ii. Dan. ix: The usual Ps. xxxiv. Eph. 1: Catholic Ciiukcii services at the Church of the Good Tuasdau, Jan. 5 The Church Univer sal. will be conShepherd Pp.aise: For the real unity of all ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, beliovers, and the growing desire for the pastor. its fuller manifestations. First mass at 8 a. m., second mass Prayer: For a larger comprehension of Christ, a more perfect lovo at 10:30 a. m. Vespars at 3 p. m. and loyality to him, a more complete union with him and of his disciples SOUTHEKN PHEaBYTEHIAN ClIUKCII in him; that ministers and all believRev. W. G. Neville will occupy his ers mav be filled with the Holy Ghost. Acts ii: John xvii. Eph. iv:l-1pulpit at 11 o'clock a. in. and 7 o'clock p. m. Mr. Neville will also preach to the Wednesday, Jan. GThe Family and to-nig- ht -5. On or about the 20th of this month tho rmblication of The Farm and Homo Record, a new high class week-- I ly paper, devoted dually to the ug- -' be commenced A a HflHTH. EAST. WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. KAhJ LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON oC IKDL'LK AND CINCINNATI. IX EFFECT NOV. 15TH.1691. No.D, No. 8, No 1, Daily Act'Olll. Dulli. Ex sun. Uaily Kxpless ui.it line Ex bun. b U ricultural interests of the State, will in Lexington. The editorial management will be in the hands of Mr. Jas. R. Marrs, for many IOJI I'OUI u i...:CiiiL'ill!iatl.l prayer-meeting- 9. 15-2- 3. cate, but now of the Central Record, Lancaster. Mr. Marrs was one of tho founders of the Farmers' Home Joui-na- l, and was its editor during the period of its greatest success. Tho business department will bain charge of Mr. Sam'1 G. Boyle, of the Kentucky Stock Farm. With such able and experienced newspaper men at the helm, the success of the Farm and Home Record is assured from the start. The subscription price has been placed at tho low figure of ono dollar a year, which should put it in the home'of every farmer in Central Kentucky. Green-Evcci y " Kaliiioutn 40,1111 " Cutliidii.il 11)1.1111 J lupin CUpni . . . ,trr i'uris il lea in luuipm 11 UOplii Lexington bl&aiii Hum UOOiJiii b Of iilli 'i 05pm b Uiplli 4 oOliin 6 iiliplli 0 luimi GlGpli! 0 GUpni 7 OJpin b UUpm l .'VI miOiui Tiutnn '! Envy. 0. 2. children at 3 o'clock gracious promises ternoon All the children in the city to Praise: For the the godly and their children and are cordially invited to be present. for the increasing number of young disciples Prayer: For a deeper sense of PmsT Pkesbyterian Church The the sacredness of the family relation; at 11 a. for invalids and the aged; for sons, usual services m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by daughters and servants; for the conministry; for secration Pev. J. McClusky Blayney, D. D.,the Sunday-school- s of sons to theall Christian and pastor. Associations for young people; for Communion of the Lord's Supper public schools and all educational will bo administered at the morning institutions. Ps. exxviii. Col. iii: Isa xliv: Preparatory serservice Thursday, Jan. 7 Nations and their vices will be held this morning at 11 w af- the Young. enough now, in all conscience, and when ho lolls in that chair, and , ji i. .v. tV "two-iers,- " f Binoues nis ii. uie itounu will have to run itself. the Evening Journal and the Sunday Call gave editor George A. Lewis an easy chair for a Christmas presont. The "old man" is lazy office, Our neighbor of the Capital hasn't taken his watch and chain out of hock so that he can display tho beautiful watch charm his boys gave him on Christmas, and has this to say of the handsome present the best set of hands in the world made us: The employes of the Roundabout Making Glad tho Waste (Waist) Places. " That's what I call making glad the waUt place?," said Smitlison, as ho put hU arm around a lady's waist. Rut Lilly won't care much for this show of aflcction if Smithson doesn't get rid of that disagreeable catarrh of his. Won't somebody tell him that Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy will cure him. Jy its mild, soothing, antiseptic, clciiioing and healing properties, Dr. Catarrh Remedy cures the worst cases of Chronio Catarrh in tho ncad, as thousands can testify. "Cold in the llti.nd" is cured with a few applications. Catarrhal Headache is relieved and cured as if by magic. In perfect 'faith, the makers of Dr. Sagc'3 Catarrh Remedy the World's Dispensary Medical Association, of Buffalo, N. ofler to pay $."500 to any ono suffering from Chronic Catarrh in the Head whom they cannot cure. Now, if the conditions were reversed if they asked you to pay S."00 for a positive cure you midit hesitate. Here iro reputable men, with years of honorable dealing ; thousands of dollars and a great name back of them. 'I'hey believe in themselves. Isn't it worth a trial ? Isn't any trial preferable to catarrh ? An fiVO Lvv Paris . . . 11 '23.iui W inclicMer 12 ltlllll Lit? M'lill'UW.ttT .UT Kiclimond 1 lUiun; 1 do i.tc Richmond. Hen a . . . Ail Lu ii!i;sioii. LlWiu-itun. pill l :JDim Air Curliln. I.e I.0 l.'JIIllil'l . . . . a Minn : iiiiiiu i lupin III, OlHJiilll I UO-l- lll li i.roiorLia. . . Lve U.ll'b'rvilk'. He l'lnevilie. . lAuMIdillusb'U. lo Sa's Arrcum'b(iiii). Lve Cjrliln. . . 7il.llll 4 C'djilil 7D5im An ji'ii.ai . . . Lve Richmond Lve Lnii&tiU'A. Lve WthM'sb't;.! o 4 Dp m 0 IMjmi 1 jUiilll I AirSt.uitoiu. . 5 0;iin iJHll 2, Vl Ksun. Xo. c, Dally I L S'orili-Uoiii- Dally I Ex sun. Xo. Dally. No. Kprt'Sa I, l.ve Wllilu'sb.y Arrc'orLln.. . Arr Kichiiiosid. LMJellLo. . Lc " Stanford. . l.ai.cater( 7 0j.ua 7 Otiiiiu lis lo.UH ti4&:iiii 8 oO.iin :15.iii 0 Ii LvtiCuni'biiim., l.vu illddli'sb'lil Arr L'orblu.. , . Lo Corbin. . . Lve London . . Arr Livingston Lve Llvlntjaton. Lve Pliievllltv . lAfl U.irb'rtllle.i sunn Chilli Hs i tc 7 47.1111 i 10 lliiiul 11 (XJi'inl 11 15 un 12 IOiiii 8 Soam J 'Joauii 9 tOainl I Miles' Nerve and ISver Pills. PnHhH f'KENDALL'S Bfii"", Arrltieliiiiond.. LVe LeHerea., . vs Winchester Arr Pans Lve Lexington, Arr Paris. . . . Lve Cyrithianu. Lve HlclnuoiKl.. ArrAVIncllPiiter 0 05 im 13 .... 50ain 7 10am 7 45iiiii 7 00am 7 53 un 10-2- 5. 1-- 4. No. 10, Praise: Forthe increasing influence No. i Daily, Daily, of Christ in all human affairs. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun Prayer: For all in authority, that K!alBuiWrKVvnlBdl Christian Church Rev. George teachings of I.Vf. Cincinnati 255pm Darsie will fill his pulpit at the thev may apply the of our times: Lve, Covington . . 8 02pm Christ to the problems at 11 and for peace; for the abolition of the Church 7 00 a in 5 2(lpm Lexington Lve. Christian 7 55n in Lve. Piri 015pm 7:30, as usual. Night subject, "Lot, slave, opium and strong drink traffic Kaclcetl by a Slorse. Tho Hlost Supcesdful Itpincdy ovcrdUcov-crcd- , Arr. Millersburs B 18 u in 638pm as It U certain in Its vilccts and docs not 7 00pm 6 40 ll Arr. Carlisle the Selfish," the first of a series of and for all needed reforms temper0 Slum 754prn Arr, JoIuiroi industrial, social Mr. J. B. Utterback, the South blister. Head proof below i talks on The Young Mon of The Bi- ance, Sabbath,the kingdoms of and 1010am 8 30pm Arr. Maysville this Side blacksmith, was kicked on tho political; that ble. No. 0, No. ii . wo ld may speedily become tho kingKendall's Spavin Cure. Daily. Daily, iouth'Iiaund. Ixvii. Rom. ankle by a horse, at his shop on dom of our Lord.-P- h. Young People's Society of Christian Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun 4, Row xxi: Rev. Second street, Wednesday afternoon, Isa. ii: Littlk P.ocit, Ark., Aug. 26, '90. Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- xii: CO p in Maysville 20 a Kfndali. Co.: Rev. ::i: xxii: and so badly injured that ho has Dn. II. J. It Is with tho RrMtest satNfoctlon that I Lve. Johnson Lecture-room- , Lve 5 57 ll 227 p ill at Oents er mooting in the Inform jou thru llmvocuroil lh followliiKdlHi'uses: 0 50 U Lve. Carlisle 8'JOpm Friday, Jan. 8. The Church Abroad. since been confined to the house. Savl'cii cy.Mndi) lie r Joint I.uiPiriifHu.Sllllo Le.Millersburg 7 15 It 3 45pm 7 p. m. l, Joint l.uuieiM'xH.am working onIdiiiii'iirsr in Arr. 7 4' it m 10pm Praise: For the increased prepaKoru foot. I in LiuneitCMH W. L. Coppersmith, 7 00pm 28 ll Kt'inluU's ration of tho world for the gospel; the leading repairer in the jeweler, 23 Spuvln Uuro. and will euro Unit nil withfor manor Arr. Lexington Arr. Covmcton Is Uhi lie.it Liniment Is 01 mil C7pin It the city. Rev. Goorgo Darsie begins a series for the increasing number of those beast I linwt over used. I recommend It to nil horse Arr. Ulurlimiitl 11 00 ii m C45pm '45-lClair street. owners. Hordes t hut I havy orkcil on n valuable, Sunday night talks, at the who have it von themsolves to the St. of six but without oiir I.lnhncut ,'ould bo worthies'). I S. It KJVOTT, C. J'.ATMOHK. liao l'rlcuils who iihid It for KpruliiN and even- work of missions. (Jpii. Puss. Aut. Trunin M'liuiu'cr. Christian Church, I3uggie3, carriages and harness reIt JSi'iiIhch Prayer: For a signal manifestation paired by tho Kentucky and Harness they over ni'l cured them. TheyE.say S. 1h tho bust denerul Olllces Ltmlsillle, Ky. WELLS. truly, U. used. Vours on "The Young Men of The Bi- of the Holy Spirit's power; for mising S. K. II. MOBS:, Asst. (it'ii'l J'nss. Au't. ble," an follows: sionaries and native Christians; for Company. Gllleo, CliiimborofConinierooHMij.,Cliicltiniitl, O. - D.'illytoull points (ixcuiit all who aro persecuted for righteousKendall's Spavin Cure. No. which Is dully except Suiuliiy. ltoivlund nivl-sJauuury 3 -- Lot, the Selfish. lOarby's JProjiliylacisc n, ness' sake and for liberty of January 10 Joseph, the Pure. No. 2 Huns ilully uNfopt Sunday from LexingVisto, Colo., nee. '.M, for an for moro Will Dn. I). J. KendallHomo Dionburgli l'nlln, Vt.i 1933. Use ilin every sick-rooton ui Cincinnati. Co., January 17 David, the Noble. increase of intelligent interest in tho keep 1'oe atmosphere pure and Gent-- Iii Urn jearlvSl I treated with No.4 Htuiidiiliy from nil ntntloiin except tho January 21 -- Absalom, the Way- salvation of tho world. -- Is. xl. Spavin Cm o a Mono Mm vl n of seven j t iim stand. iwlainl lieu uhk and completely Ins nearly nslarKuuH Matt, v: John iv: wholesome: removing all bad odors stopped tho lameness n unit removed tliu enlarge, H No. Division, which Is dully except buiiduy. Joel ii: ward. except Slllldii). inent. Have worked tho horo ery liar I cut Ko 5. runs dully tsxeopt buiiduy between from any so i January 31 Nehomiah, the Plucky. nine.., iio never has shown any Inmeuesu neither Lexington. thu hook. at Home. VVi" destroy all Disease Germs, can I seo any dlflerenco In tho size1 ofU. UOOLEV. No. lfi I'uris and LuxliiKtnn Accoiiimodiitlon February 7 -- Daniel, the Faithful. Saturday, Jan. Yours truly, dally. Leaves Lexington 10,00a. m. Arrhes Paris all Praise: For a clearer recognition infection' Irom all lrevers and All are cordially invited, especially 10: 5 a. m reNo. 7 mouth Leaves contagious diseases. young men. Servico begins at 7:30. of need and a growing sense of I'rlce $1 per bottle, ov six bottles for Cincinnati Kill5.1D p. Accommodation. Eitlmoiitli in Arrives sponsibility. $S. All tlvtmylHta luivo It or can yet It 7:05 p. in., dally exeopt Sunday. The eminent physician, J. Marifree. Strangers welcome. Seats Prayer: For a lareor annrohor- 0 a. in. Arrives CinNo. 8 Leaves for you, or It will bo unit to any Bion of the mission of tho Church, on Sims, of New York, says: "I Come. cinnati 7.55 it. in., dully exeunt Sunday, on reccljtt ofitrlco by tho proprieNos. l and a make connections lit Winchester to save not only tho individual but am convinced that Prol. Darby's tors. for points on tho N.N. 31. V. Hy E. It, DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., also society, to purify all human in- Prophylactic Fluid is a mort vain No. l Curries tlirouah cars from Cincinnati to Methodist Church Row II. G. stitutions and relationships; for inEnosburgh Falls, Vermont. 3Ilddlesboroui;li and Cumberland (lap and all In21 termediate stations uud runs dally. able disinfectant " aw;. My, in behalf of city, creased Honderson will preach Xorth-lioun45-l- y i i 111 j 1-1-- 5. 1-- 4. o'clock. Jlulcfs. principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though t he nerves. Dr. A new discovery. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. Act on a new jl . I, .. i"nafii J lH I.p Falmouth,. Arr Covington. Arr Cincinnati. 8 IMain !) 11 10 .Mum iim 00.im 1241pm 1241pm 1 85pm 1 55pm 227pm 2 oopm ll 45pm 2 87pm 4 25pm a 07pm 4 4fcHU 4 01pm DHOpm SHopm r.37pin 0 45pm 0 45pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH. 15-1- 7. G 111 1 111 111 111 fho(.'-J!ol- s llip-.loi- nt H 111 y. 111 15-t- f. 1- i' con-facionc- e; -- I.'o.l-HuiiH- dally 5. 23-3- 2. 10-1- 0-- 35-3- ml-drc- "' 'Jl I 4 4 Pk J 1 K and best tailoring. We keep the P The largest assortment in town. READYaliADE GVE RCO All prices from $5 co up to 525.00. Fall ,and "Winter Heavy Overcoats suitable for farmers. 4 Call and look at them. We keep only reliable goods. r.i HCXJX303T, Sltiloli's Consumption Cure. 3E3CXJ3SLfl:3EJEa3E:K.IESS Special Announcement. arrangements with Co., publishers of "A Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases," which will enable all our subscribers to obtain a copy of that valuable work free by sending their address (enclosing a two cent stamp for mailing same) to Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., Enosburg Fall, Vt. This book is now recognized as standard authority upon all diseases of the horse, as its phenominal sale attests, over four million copies having been sold in the past ten years, a sale never before reached by any publication in the same period of time. We feel confident that our patrons will appreciate the work, and be glad to avil themselves of this opportunity of obtaining a valuable book. It is necessary that you mention this paper in sending for the "Treatise." This offer will remain open for 4 only a short time. Wo have made Dr. B. J. Kendall dte Oj&JSSSjS 1 f 1 u . i. This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a lew doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful success in the euro of Consumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a te3t which no other medicine can stand. If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. From the Golden (Ar. C.) Headlight. Price 10c, 50c. and 81. If your lungs One are sore, chest or back lame, use ATTESTED )M,onest of the moot and reliable Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. iniuu iimtvii ' houses we have ever 'MiJiaii'l.ii 37 W. Gayle. dealt with is the Swift Specific Company, of Atlanta Ga.,the founders and manufacturers of the Jett. so very popular blood remedy, S. S S., which to our personal knowledge Miss Brewer, of Spring Hill, is has cured many people throughout visiting Miss Jennie Jett. this section of terrible blood diseases. family visited Our druggists inform us that in the Keeling Gaines and past six months they hnve sold more Mr. Billy Jett this week. of S S. S. than any other preparation Miss Scott, a charming young lady for the blood on their shelves. Tho from Louisville, returned home after success achieved by that firm is a week's viBit to Miss Mamie Jett. mainly due to their extensive adver Trutnbo, we are sorry to tising and to the purity of their Coi. L. A. say, is confined to his bed by a very medicine, which does everything claimed for it. We are unablo to severe caso of grip. record a single instance where a Master Weston Furr is visiting hia purchaser has been deceived or dis uncle at Oak Grove this week. appointed. Our treatise on the blood out announcing the and skin will be mailed free toallwho The tickets are Birdelle Bedford will apply for it. Address, wedding of Mi-sSwift SPECino Co.. Atlanta. Ga. and Mr. Julius A. Stege uccho Frank8 o'clock fort Christian Church at Engraving of all Wednesday morning. January 6th, attended to at W. L.kinds promptly Coppersmith's. 189J. 234 St. Clair street. Uix-paye- rs well-know- officers of the law are elected and paid to do their duty, and if ho has not enough men at hand he can force all the able bodied men in tho county into his pocse, yet he said I can't, nor haven't any to send. And until Deputy Sheriff Kirtley and Constable Peters came, 10 days or two weeks after the deed was committed, there was 710 direct effort by the officers of the law to apprehend the cold blooded murderer known to the and voters of these parts. r? WHITES CREAM WflFUGE has m ail mm remedies m 2s years pred by EVERY BOTUE GMflHTEEO rkhamson-tay- ur EZ&ZZXKZSFZZanEtSZa SBiO EVERYWHERE . med. co. snows mo. n Pienls, Bulbs, Seeds, lefal Designs. ' jr WB2J?fSi7ti&2y&XFaZ?X.?M,. fHE FZFLST SY3JPTOMS ffJ)F E5EAT2S. NO ire all positive oviuonce of poisoned blood. No matter how it became poisoned it must be purified to avoid loath. Dr. Acker's English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold under positive guarantee. 9 Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various parts of the body, sinking at the pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, feveriBhncss, pimples or sores, THOMPSON. 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, TELEGIiAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND SIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050. PING 2. J. W. Gavlb, Druggist. 45-l- y. A Mother's Foollgh Act. she has been triod at honid since she was adjugded a lunatic and put in the asylum, she is allowed to return when she is a torment, a nuisance and is really dangerous toward those with whom she has to dwell. Put her back where she belongs, keep her there, and quell the fear that lurks in the breasts of those who have to be near her. Died at 1:30 o'clock "Wednesday morning, Mr. George Wash Hancock, another victim of the dreaded grip, which wont into typhoid pneumonia. Mr. Hancock was one of our moat prosperous and successful farmers, as well as a breoder of race horses, of which he had made a He was a success. clever man, though rugged in his honesty and character, yet he was well liked by all who know him. He Jeaves a devoted wife and four grown sons to mourn his loss. Mr. Hancock had only a week or ten days ago returned from the bed side of his sick brother, who has since died, at North Madison, Ind. In answer to our efficient County Attorney, Mr. Johnson, will say that from the information I had. coupled with my own knowledge of the alfair, wo still say so tar we know that nodireat effort was made by the officers of the law to bring the perpetrator of the foul crime to justice, notwithstanding the many consultations they had with the County Attorney until about 10 days or two weeks after the deed was committed. Consultations won't d murderer. catch a Capt. Brown and Constable Peters wero out here the day after the crime was committed, and could havo gone to tho house of Minor's uncle and caught him, as he was chased for a mile or so by several farmers, one hour and a half after the Constable and Coroner loft. Mr. Johnson says they made repeated efforts to catch him and went beyond thore jurisdiction, day and night, boforo the reward of 100 was offered. Does it then require a reward boforo an elective officer, sworn to do his duty must act? It IooUb so from what Mr. Johnson says. Wo did not intond to officers any injustice, do the for thoy are on energetic, untiring, effioient set ornnen, but at times a little slow when a hasty Waterberry move on them might land many a crimiuiil behind tho bars. One of the county officers was asked why he did not come out and eaten Minor, lie said I can't catch him. Well, said some one, who will? 1 one to can't; haven't any Now tho Bend; you catch him. kind-hearted, her old stamping ground. It does seem strange that as many times as Polly Grovers, colored is back to Sticlclutli Springs. A largely attended play party was given by George Bryant on Monday night, and the boys and girls had a glorious time. Edward Gilpin furnished the music. Ernest Moore has found his lost hat. Mr. O. B. Sudduth's dance on Monday night was a failure the music failed him. One of our neighbor boys went to Frankfort on Christmas to see the sights and got "nigger" bit. He, however, is doing well. Mr. Finney Stump gave a nice dance to the girls and boys on Tuesday night, at which all enjoyed themGilpin's band furselves hugely. nished the music. The torminus of our piko is now at Evan Miles' late residence, and we regret that tho court failed to make an appropriation, as it would have enabled us to connect with tho part now finished from Bagdad to our county line. Our farmers are busy stripping as good a crop of tobacco as ever grew, shipped in the and much of it will-b-e near future. fleet-foote- of Benson Depot on March tho 1st, 1892. Ed. Sheets, Ezra Hulett and Thornton Sudduth had a glorious fox hunt LQIISTILIB & I&SHTILLB R. R. LIIII on Thursday. William Sudduth killed his porkers The qotek a&4 direct root from on Wednesday. "Sassage" and spair-rib- s in abundadce. All are invited. James Hulett, jr., will take charge LODISIILLE TI ABKAH5A5 111 TEXAS! One hundred and ttltr ebIIm Mrs. Ada Meinott, of Grand Rapids, son llich., took her seventeen-year-ol- d jo a dime museum, wheie one of the attractions is ii William Tell act. On the following day she playfully put a potato on her head, remarking to the boy he .4uildif t choot it off. Tho boy found a and aiming it, pulled the trigger. The revolver was not empty. The bullet lodged iu the womau's neck, and he will die. Philadelphia Ledger. A MyHterioim White Cut. The other evening a lady in the upper' part of tho city, who is in no way superstitious, discovered a large white cat fighting with her own pussy in the parlor. As she entered the room the white cat was making particular havoc with pussy's hair. A young man who was calling on the family was called into the parlor and promptly chucked the stranger cat out of the door. In two minutes the lady discovered the white cat in another room and again she was put out . the door. Then the lady went into a bedroom, and lo! the white cat was there demurely dozing on the bed. This was too much. With a scream tho lady ran out of the room and the phenomenon was thrown out of the window. Nothing more was seen of the white cat, but the lady thinks that all witches don't disguise as blaxk wits -- T.nviston Journal- - Rose Buds a Specialty, floral Designs. Best Xrs.a.ig'o Bliie Oalico, -- 3Kc-Best Apron G-oo- d. IDctris: ris, Oaliccs, -- Osurrtoaa. "s7"id.e O-oo- d. Ootton, 5c. Oolored. jPoplin for Comtort, was lOc. ZFlstid. Flannel, 5c. Sia.itiaa.gr, 'Vylc. were -- S'c c 2c 3c ja If lltjt? nrittta in J. L. RODMAN & SON. DR. W. I. KELLEY, 0.,u ill beat KY OF CINCINNATI, the All honor to the noble Judge and the gallant jury in securing us our SHORTEST TO LITTLE HOCK rights. When we reach the county line And toe only rout with our pike then we'll bury that old dead board out of sight. Weill but didn't wo shear tho bell Without Change of Cars wether, tho president of the defunct U jou are going to emigrate 10 board of directors to tho contrary notwithstanding. PHOENIX HOTEL, IN LEXINfiTON, "'tjjjllljil tma'l, you vrlidom and InltUlfant ambition Uffait writ I promift 70U mr ptclal. Btrtontl X ua atttntlon. Jtrtaaa to brl.Sjr taaeh anjr fairly writt. and nht. aftir Initruction. will work ludut. triouily, hoir l lam Thcta Thoa-an- d rcartn ibtlr own ocalltio. whtrt- rtr thay Ilva. I will alio fuiulah tba iltuitlou or amplojmtnt, at which you can tarn that amount. I chtrga notlilnc and ing Saturday, January, 2, 1892. Saturday, January, 23, 1892 Saturday, February, 13, 1892. operation and HbMORRHOIDS vWtti nttlllunt ctrion )f llhr ni.nho can and rtd (Piles) cured without Itucklen's Arnica Salve. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, No cuaiuje '( r.r to and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay re- M0NTG0MEBY, M0RII.D, MEMHUl quired. It is guaranteed to give AKD NEW ORLEANS. perfect satisfaction, or money re Ifor further Information .i rn. funded. Price 25 cents per box. , a i:, o. . t. a c. jp. For sale by South Side drug store, I H. Cakpknter. The best salve in the world fox Tbls luth Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Tetter, CHEAPEST AM) HKST KOUTH Rheum, I'ever Sores, Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth Austin, Houatin, little or no pain. mirlcal UEEEHKNCKS . Dr. E. SI. (iober, Frankfort, Ky. .1. T. Staten, Frankfort. Ky. V. Boruerlch. Frankfort, hy. Hev. L. I Hulett. Hensiin. Ky. A. H. Mcl'lure, Frankfort. Kj. .a- rt SSLft KvuiKip&--sussvjru- Dollara a J. Hughes. Fr.iiikfort, K, Ky. David Moore. .Ins. M. Wlttmm, rriiikfoit, K). V. Hem-on- . Nolhlor difficult to liarn, or that nnltiiabort. at much 1 rtcalu noth- Dlt. KKl.I.KY'.S onlce.iud re.sldi'neo Is at 250 West KUthth Mii'et,CtiK'luiiiitl.,iiiilliero lie mil) be found ewry day of inch wli except SATURDAYS. I'ntnpWets describing tliebH dNeavea and tlit' inodo ot treatment reut free to any ono by audresbliiK faqulrai o f? MIWMH arnrt uut ion from litriit or county. rtidy tauiht and tuna, SK m!L ML ' at:.. W. 1. C KELLEY, M. J.NM'Ii'ATION FKK12. 1).. 2fM)"V. Kljjlu t. Cincinnati, O. making otcr I hie lliouumt loilra tar, rach. All la nrw, "llcl,ur. Full imrtlciiljn II et. llr you mow all, If you 5"clud lo r no fitrlhrr, i hy, un harm It dona. Aildnrii, "rrtTOinrwiiiiBiilm,.iiii.wiinMi, Siiurubtr M1MIinihl I1"1" - provldidwlthfrn" ploymint a u vvho JB ?8H MM ira mwf jEH fjjWf - c. Ai.r.ux, Dec.5-ly- 5-- iy . ii. . Altuuatii, Muluc. ayS . yggggffl uwiiMimiBtw ana n g ijv.rl'v ikn WhiiP ltowP M&rtm Sta fc5WM AfOu ,ja IP C!3 S'Iji 4 I j & jiWA'MHSsecaraiKWireasinewi iBh IHh HHI CHMV SHI Hk 3 1st. We commence this morning another cut, as we are forced to have money. Thjs great slaughter sale em braces every article in every citizen in this community our immense establishment. It seems to us should be interested in this GREAT CUT SALE and come and see what we are WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEB. tat v mmm mi doing. nf"wn-"uin iju iMJirfmnlgIHHIMm frjpw iiTr''AftHjiLnTym juiiMj-OTarii..!- N j. imi ......., "r-r-- n n Furnishing Goods. Men's Clothing. See 315 pairs Jeans Pants, best quality, $1.50 and Si. 75, cut to $1.25. Sec our $6.50 Overcoats cut to $4. See our $6 and $7 Suits, Sacks and Frocks, cut to $4. See 1,956 Suits, some of them cut 20 per cent. , some 30 per cent., and some one-hainto. lf Clothing, Clothing. Buys' and Childran's. See the $1 Overcoats. Sec the $5 Suits cut to $3.50. See the $6. 50 Suits ihoas! Shoes! Sec our Lndies' $1.10 S'loes. See our Children's Shoes 9'jc. to Si. 10. Kid See our regular 6oc. White Shirts cut to 39c. See our 50c. and 60c. Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, cut to 40c. See our $1 Shirt cut to 79c. See the regular 50c. and 5oc. Shirts cut to 40c. See our 10c. Half Hose. See our 8c. Handkerchiefs. See our 15c. Suspenders. See the greatest cut in Furnishing Goods in this city. Sc'iool See our Ladies' Rubbers only 19c. cut to Knee $4.50. Sec our 45c. Pants. See our Boys' See our Men's an Boys' Lace and Congress Shoes. $i. 10. the GREATEST SHOE Stock in Frankfort go at a sacrifice. S-- ft The greatest slaughter sale ever known in this city. $7 Cape All Wool Overcoat go at $4. e ,3 && Main Street, FRANKFORT Remarkable Facts. Heart disease is usually supposed to be incurable, but when properly treated a large proportion of cases can be cured. Thus Mrs. Elmira Hatch, of Elkhart, Ind., and Mrs. Mary L. Baker, of Ovid, Mich., were cured after suffering 20.years. S. 0. Idnburger, druggist at San Jose, 111. masB-meetin- g. UTCMER the County Attorney, in lieu of a Let us unite as one family and se- -' cure every possible advantage from the rare opportunity offered to advertise our State. Low railroad rates will prevail, and the Conference, which will be addressed by men of national repute, will be one of interest to all. Louisville's industries and other interests are to be amply cared for at the fair through private and munici- enterprise, and it is principally esired that our interior products and resources should receive the attention of the Conference. Lucien Adkins, Secretary. Owen Gathiugiit, " "W1 "HER "U5S-CS- S. saraaM bousi wmruetnasuMiati asanesxmtmamm VBb. m 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. Tlie Fools are Iot all Dead. a says that Dr. Miles' New Heart-Cure- , which cured the former, "worked vond rs for his wife." Levi Logan of Buchanan, Mich., who had heart disease for 30 years, says two bottles made him ''feel like a new man." Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is sold iid guaranteed by J. W. Gaylo Kook of wonderful testimonials free 1 President. jr., An Address to the People of Kentucky. A 1 National Event. A lazy man, whose horses and cart were stuck in tho mud, prayed to Jupiter for help. Jupiter answered: Who has 1 National Reputation for tlie "Fool! get up and put your shoulder Treatment of Chronic and Nervous to the wheel, and do not call on me Ureases Treated over Ten 1 hous- when you can help yourself." Fooland Pitientsin the Stole of ish people buy medicines Indiana Last Year. blindly trusting to promises made Shortest and quickest between without a guarantee. Dr. Pierce's Golden Moaical Discovery is guaranCINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT. teed to cure colds, coughs, all lung affections, and oven Consumption, in I ' nt 111 !V(i J. its early stages. It puts to rout all stomach troubles, purifies the blood, Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Cargives healthful action to tho sluggish liver, and drives blemishes from the lisle, grille, Cyntbiana, Falskin. It is an honest medicine, and an invaluable health insurance policy mouth and Covington. wmcti should never He allowed to lapse. All druggists keep it. ASK FOR hap-hazard, mm ram. rt ' fir if M I (f$ V-i- jF Imr WW 'fi ' TICKETS V;a KY T. v The most delightful entertainment THIS TA1JHE MAY 17 18'J0. The Louisville Commercial Club that it has been the pleasure of MarideBires most earnestly to call your on people to listen to, was the violin attention to the importance of havp. in. M. ' recital given at the Opera House last ing Kentucky properly represented Saturday evening by Master George TRAINS EA..3. No.7, at the World's Columbian Exposition Smith, of Louisvillo. Master George lays. M'ed. at Chicago in May, 1893. The State is only a little boy eleven years of age, FiuiiKlort U K zMffljiMm v.v Klki.oni . . . C 3d, o H5 4i 00 12 25 must erect buildings in which to ti 41 but to hear him play upon the violin wiisSwitN l'J its resources, and much hard show (i 1'J Swltzer. . . . tiUG 4 20 12 43 one would imagmo that ho wasanold stamp, (iro'd. 7 m Oil and patriotic work must be done be1 07 4 85 man and had been playing forty (ieorKCtowii . 7 21, (i 15 1 47 6 0O fore the doors of the grand exposiyears. The young man played pieces G'UOl'Kt'll. via tion are thrown open. Other States 7 25 7 25 from a great many of the old Masters 5 21 a oo are making elaborate preparations to Cincinnati. 10 15 10 16 and played them in a truly wonderful astonish the people of the globe by Lv. (ieoietown JKSSM9J TSS'Wx 7 25 0 60 5 manner, especially was this ro of the 2 05 In their magnitude and growth. 7 401 7(15 Newtown. . l'J 2 25 "Carnival of Venice" with variations. 7 50 Centrevllle. 7 15 agricultural, timber, live stock, and 4 ao 2 45 Ar I'arls . Should ho ever return to Marion he M10, r 4N 7H5 3 10 mineral wealth, and in many other will undoubtedly be greeted by a Lv. 1'arIs.vinK.c. . 7oa 4 25 respects, Kentucky has no superior. Cotliurtou . . m 10 41 v . Wn f packed house for he is truly a musi037 All citizens who have the good of the Ar, Cincinnati . . I J. VY OiIIKjL VI. 10 511 MARKET. . 0 45 , cal prodigy. Marion, Ky., Monitor, Ji. J.. Commonwealth and their own interLv J'arlsvlaK. C. 7 5'i 5 4H " Carlisle . . . ests at heart, are urged to assist, by FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, May 29, 1891. (i 25 'loThe Celebrated Specialist, ami President of the Ar. Maysvlllt' . . . At tho Opera House Monday, Janll! 10 7 05 act and precept, in doing all things LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. southern Medical uml Surgical Institute. needful to the end that our State may uary 4th, 1891. 1127 Louisville, Ky.. who nan created .such a sensation Lv. I'arlsvla K.C.i 548 Sales on our market for the week 12 10 G 15 liuimliiiouml Louisville by uurliuc ribease that " Winchester . be seen in its best light when brought baflied the medical fraternity of that city, by Ar. P m into comparison with the other com- just closed amount to 2,075 hhds.,with Richmond. . !t'i 7 2(1 hi That we may be receipts of 1,528 for the same period. A SIIILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. special request of many patronsthe ami mound monwealths. A. 31. A. 31.11'. M.A. ?I.H. M marvelous euro for Catarrh, our town, will visit Frankfort at work, all counties, Sales on our market since January helped in this and hhds. Sales of Diphtheriu, Canker mouth commercial bodies, illianco, grange, 1st amount to Headache. With each bottle there Capital Hotel, January 2, 1802, TRAINS WEST. Qnlr itraln.l train. Itialn. labor, and other reputable organiza- the crop of 1890 on our market to date is an ingenious nasal Injector for the train Lv. Richmond vial Until!) o'clockn. in. tions of every character, are re- 101,855 hhds. The sales on our market reached more successful treatment cl these One day only. Treats all Curable Medical and " K. c. '. .fill) 1105 quested to send not more than complaints without extra charge. 7 15 oa Cross Eies straightened withnor less than four delegates the unprecedented number of 151, Price 50c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 Surgical Diseases, cuied without knlle or Costle, ii",' Winchester six out I'aln. Cancers 74 233 each to a State World's Fair Confer- 819 hogsheads. Sales of new burley Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Diseases of the Kye, Lv.Maysvllle via were quite heavy this week and at Ear, No.se. Throat and Limns, Djspepsla, firlght's K. C. ence, to be held in the Exchange Hall 5 20 1 CO Dlabetis, Kidneys, Liver, liladder, Chronic " Caillsle OCO a 20 Scientific American Disease, and Sexual Diseases. of the Board of Trade of Louisville, times prices were a littlo irregular Female Ar. Fiirls 7 40 10 1892, under the for the medium and common grades January Agency for OR FITS CURED. EPILEPSY " ' Lv. Cincinnati vial l'OSITIVK G17AIUNTKK. auspices of the Commercial Club. without color, but the good to fine K. C. 2 20 You ii',' and middle aged men siitferlrii; from , or other proper chief execu- types and all grades with color closed Mayors 2 20 hpermatoThea and Impotent')-- ns the result or ' COVlllKtOII tives of cities and towns are invited firm. Old hurleys are getting scarce In youth or excess In mature jears and Ar. I'arlb -.. . . . . . . . . . 0 37 5"0i) other causes, pioduclniihome of the following Lv Paris. . . to participate in the Conference as and are some stronger. There will 30 li 20 ...14 80" ' Centrevllle . 9 20 H fid effects, as emissions, blotches, debility, nervous8'J 5 00 Each newspaper in the be no more auction BaleB on our delegates. ness, dizziness!, contusion of Ideas, aversion to ' Newtown . . J ao 0 02 fi 40 5 19 sod- ty, defective memory ami sexual exhaustion. State is invited to be represented market until January 4th, 1892. Ar.fi eorKetowrr. J 45 10 02 7 (H 5 40 MMRff Mp The following quotations fairly ff9 which unlit the lctlm for business or inairliiKe, CAVEATS. by a delegate at the Conference. TRADE MARKS. are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. Lv. Counties are reciuested to hold mass- - represent our market for burley Q. . C. 7 00 7 00 4 00 DESIGN PATENTS DLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. tobacco: meetings at once, said meetings to be COPYRIGHTS, otc. fSSyiihllls mid complications, as sore throat, Ar.(ieoretown . 1002 1002 7 04 falling of hulr, palu In the bones, eruptions, etc., L. fieoruetown . "10 02 110 02 7 Of! G 45 Forlnf onnatlon nnt 'rco nandboolc wrlto to called by the J ucige 01 cue uouiuy Trash (dark) or damaged MUNN & CO.. SCI liUOADWAY. NEW YOUK. are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or " Stamp, firo'd 10 24 110 24 7 ill 7 21 2 00(a) $3 50 tobacco Court, or in his absence or failure to Oldest bureau for socurlnu patents In America. (ionorrhu'u. (licet, " Switzer . . . 10 other Injurious druus. 110 aa 7 47 7 CO Kvcry patent taken out by us Is broutrtit bofojo 3 00(S) 0 00 do bo, by the County Attorney or a Colory trash...; Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney Tioubles " Klkhorn. . . 10 40 10 40 7 55 8 10 tho public by a uotlco given ioo of charge In tbo 4 Q0 are speedily cured bytreatineut that has never Ar. Frankfort . . 11 00 1100 8 10 of citizens, select repre- Common lugs not colory 3 50 40 committee fulled, lie uuderstakes no Incurable cases, but 6 50 10 00 sentatives and forward the names of Colory lugs Nos. 1. 2, 7, 8 and 12 dally except Sunday. Nos cures thousands given up to die. Remember the 8 00 5 00 d illy . Nos. 5 and 0 Sundays only. delegates to the Secretary, so that Common leaf. date and come early, as his rooms are always H'l 7 50 12 00 crowded wherever he stops . HOWARD ORW80N. AKent. preparations for the meeting may bo Medium to good loaf. Larcoat circulation of any gclontltto paper In tbo CONSULTATION FREE. vvnvn&hh J.W1' 'ft',1' Superintendent li world. Splendidly lllustratod. No lntllliit 12 00 22 00 conducted intelligently. If deemed Good to fine fillers Passenger Auent. Correspondence solicited and conlldentlal. man should i)0 without It. Weekly, XJ.UO a ycart 1.S0 sue raonths. Address MUNN & CO., best, delegates may bo appointed by Select or wrappory Address THE SOUTHERN MED. &SURK. INST., CLAUDE noWLS, City Ticket Aeent. VPBLisuKiis, 301 Broadway. Now York. 510 6th St., Louisville, Ky. 33 00 22 00 loaf. Oct. GENERAL OFFICES. the Judge of the County Court or by FRANKFORT. KY. - The Commercial Club, Louisville, Ky. The holding of the World's Fair IV. city scarcely fifty years old will be k remarkable event, but whether it vill really benefit this nation as much as the discovery of the Re storative Nervine by Dr. Franklin tiles is doubtful. This is just what Miu American people need to cure nervousness, their excessive dyspepsia, headache, dizziness, neuralgia, nervous debility, 11 lullnesB, confusion of mind, etc. like charm. Trial bottles and ids book a on lino "Nervous and Heart Diseases," with imecjunred testimonials, free at J W. Gayle's. It is warranted to contain no opium, mor1 phine or dangerous drugs. Bleep-essness, Tlie Boy Violinist. aiDLAXS. ; TRJINHM EMI STMOMD TIE. )'rf n I I ya yJBvto - ().- w G louisvillhT tobacco I n . . H tpl ...... I SM' .... ... ... ... " I .... ... l I 20-2- 1, J jrn Ji 9 A 1A self-abus- e ......... ..:...... I I I 1 H I G I I Clncl-natlv- lal J ... ... ... ... 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