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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892010901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TTTrr The Volume XV. I'ramfort A Roundabout. TEltMS: $1.00 In Advance. OEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. WEEKLY PA1JER DEVOTED KKANKFORT, TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY" NEWS. KY., JANUAM 9, 189. RUSSIANS STARVING. Number 18 Established Pacts: and purest baking powder, and the greatest in leavening strength. That it is free from every injurious substance. That it makes lighter, sweeter, more nutritious and healthful food than any other. The Royal Baking Powder Company refines its own cream of tartar in its own mammoth refinery, and thus insures its unvarying quality. There is used in the manufacture of the Royal Baking Powder more than half of all the cream of tartar consumed in the United States for all purposes. This is required and must be chemically pure, and chemically pure cream of tartar could not be obtained in the markets of this country or Europe, which necessitated the building of special works, and the employment of special processes. 32,000,000 Ait Earnest Appeal from an Exiled Russian Noble man. C. F. BROWER & CO., That the Royal Baking Powder is the oldest w All other baking powders, when analyzed, show traces of lime and sulphuric acid, which arise from the impurities of the materials bought in the market, which their manufacturers use. This is why the Royal Baking Powder is the only absolutely pure baking powder made. Lot, The Selfish. GEOItOIl DARSIE. ii ' ' HZ feu k . f 1) .' 1 ' : Den man Thompsbn's play returns to tho Opora House, Monday, January 11 The presentation of this famous piere will bo at the hands of tho same company of artists Mr. Thompson sent hero last season, and whoso work left so favorable an impression behind. Both play and company were handled by our local press in a adopt. It loses one tho favor and friend-- ' flattering manner, and as the compaship of all Human sympathy and ny have been together for a period of affection enn no more cling to it than two seasons, it is safe to assume their ivy to a glass wall. In business, in former success will be duplicated. Of politics, in society tho selfish man is the play littlo can be said but what! an eternal Ishmuolito -- everybody's is already known to every person old hand against him and his hand onough to read or attend a place ofi against everybody. He can noithor amusement, yet in spite of its length He lives ' of service, new interest always seems make nor retain friends. in isolation from his kind. Ho has to bo awakened, and the auditor finds no one to visit him in sickness, com- something that was missod when fort him in sorrow or mourn him seen before. A wealth of human na-in death, lie dies "unwept, un ture iscontninnrl in this nir'i nml t honored and unsung." Tho only nrottv. auiet treatment of nhaso of ptutaph suitable for such would bo roal and o"ory-dallfo, devoid of sensationalism; its claims resting up-- 1 ' ibis: "nore ljes a man who did no gopd: on purity of its general tone, tho And had he lived ho novor would: quality of Its dialogue and the un-- j Whore ho has gone and how ho fares, all'ected naturalness of its incidents Nobody knows, nobody cares." and characters, besides following out Nothing is worso for tho character n theory that "it often ' than seltlshnesd. It starves every takes a very small and simple koy to ' noblo trait ana every generous im- unlock tho door of memory. " pulse. It dries up all the benevolent all'eotlons. It shrivels and stunts tho A CHILD KILLED. graces and virtues which adorn human lifts. It onsmalls the very soul, Another ohild killed by the use of making it little, moan and contempti- opiates givon in tho form of Soothing ble. If there is any moral ugliness Syrup. Why mothers give thoir more universally despised among children such deadly poison is surprismen than another It is selfishness ing, when they can relievo tho ohild Society is a unit in execrating it. All of its peculiar troubles by using Dr. literature holds it up to detestation. Acker's Baby Soother, ltcontainsno While tho Biblo, that best mirror of oium or morphine 8c2 by 0 human llfo and that best counsellor J. W. Gayle, Druggist. in its conduct, lifts loud its warning voice against it. W. L. Coppersmith, tho jowelor, Selfishness is tho gate of nil din and crime. It nerved tho hand of does tho host of work nt moderate "Cain when he stained tho virgin prices. Call and see. 231 St. Clair .cat th with fratricidal., blood. It) in- - street. short-sighte, Lot. was Abraham's nephew, his "brother's son. That he accompanied hlB uncle when he went West to Canaan shows that he shared his religious faith. But anybody who thinks religion was anything but a secondary matter with Lot don'tknow y he had a liim. Like many very mild attack. His zeal for God was always subordinate to his zeal for Lot. When the immense herds and flocks of himsolf and his uncle exhausted the pasturage and separa tion became necessary, Abraham .gave Lot his choice of the whole land of Canaan. Though Abraham was tho senior, though he had the larger lierds and though the land was promised to him and not to his nenhew. vet Lot abused his uncle's generosity by taking his choice. taking a very deliberate choice too, to make sure he got the best. In short ho had a chance to be hoggish and no eagerly took it. Ho was a selfish man, and stands in the Bible as the prototype to this day of all selfishness. And yet he found by bitter experience that selfishness did not pay. A few brief years find him reduced to complete poverty and without a friend in tho world. Ho becomes an utter bankrupt. Contrast tli 9 cease less prosperity that attended the unselfish Abraham with the adversity which overtook tho selfish Lot, and you will see tho truth of what! say. and learn for yourself that selfishness never pays. Prom even a worldly point of view it is the most unwiso d policy any one can and to-da- ! spired the heart of David when he marred his otherwise spotless reign by the two awful crimes against Bathsheba and Uriah. It ruled the acts of the traitor Judas It controll ed the lying lips of Ananias and And from the beginning till now it has had a hand in every sin committed on this earth. Men's lives are sinful because they are selfish. And the great purpose of Christ's mission to this earth was to change the center of men's lives from self to Christ, to swallow up e tnotr In a broaaening love of others for Jesus' sake. "He died for all that they which live should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto him which died for them and rose again." No selfish man jan be a Christian, for he utterly lacks the spirit of Christ. No selfish man can ever reach heaven for the great judge will saj: 'Inasmuch as ye have not done it unto one of tho least ot these, ve have not done it unto me: therefore depart." Sap-phira. In Russia Nobleman Theodore N. Leonlieff. In America Fred. N. Weightnovel. Unity of love. OIne. Ollfe. Wo f i fitly hear, we dimly . In different frase we pr.iy. But dim or clair wo own to tlie Way. In this, the last decade of the 19th Main and Broadway, century, with nil its development of art and science, richly endowed in all respocts by the dfar mother Nature. r. lEsi-sin thegreate3( omp're on f e ear h, under nform of government, united brainless and heartless autocracy and plutocracy, at this moment 32.000,000 nungry, starving, dying Russians are a bitter, painful nnd terrible demon- stration to the progressive element of humanity of the evil of such government, fn the name of humanity living on tho planet earth where each individual constitutes part of the integral, I appeal to you with all my mind and heart, as a true Are you looking for Christmas Russian, brothers and sisters, individually and collectively, in the name forget iarere line of of American citizenship and my so country, to help by organi- cles. adopted zation and all possible legitimate means my unhappy countryman in all parts of the great Russian empire. Their sufferings are not from any CHAIRS, ROCKERS, FANCY TABLES, CABIfault of their own but are the ineviNETS, BOOK CASES, EASELS, PICTURES, table result of the brutal and igno rant autocracy and absolutism which guides tho destiny of a great nation. PICTURE FRAMES, RUGS, PIANO In tho face of the calamity which overshadows anything in the last AND STAND LAMPS, TABLE three centuries, I am confident that frbm all brains und heart everywhere, COVERS, worthy the name of human, will come n rt snonse to the Russian exile and American citizen Dr. Weight-nove- l, of Tampa, Florida, no matter HEADRESTS, GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF How much or how many the personal CASES. differences may be. It is an appeal for starving countrymen and will take so little to avert what seems an inevitable and horrible fate. Keep Lace and heavv curtains in great variety. in mind constantly that eight dollars represents a life prolonged for eight If so desired, purchases made now can be laid away for future months. (J no dollar, a months lese on life, five cents, food for two days delivery. Call and examine our stock. Prices lowest. for a fellow being. Don't forget the shortest way to heaven, "Take to the right and go straight ahead!" Yours respectfully, Carpets, Wall Paper, Draperies. zLjxOrTonsr, HOLIDAY our GOODS. don't persents? If useful arti Furniture, The Light, the Truth, the C. WlllTTlEK. sell-lov- Alone. O love. Ineffable. Thy lovlin; name la Riven. To turnoMde from the' M hell To walk with thee U heaven. F. BROWER J- xsacE- & & A'ea CO. Estate Living Questions Are most esteemed by every intelli gent man and woman. Derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels speedily present to us the living ques-- 1 tion of obtaining relief. It is at once found in Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, which cure sick headache, bilious ' E G, MATTEEU, ' j M. BE ATT V, Attorney at Law '., D 1 1 J j i headache, constipation, indigestion, bilious attacks, etc. Purely vegetao ble and perfectly harmless, are "Heaven's last beat gift my ever unequaled as a specific for theycomthe new delight," is 110c my brown-ston- e plaints named. One tiny sugar-coate- d house, nor my carriage and pair, nor 25 cents. Pellet a my fine new yacht, nor my prettiest Carry themdose. In vials, in your girl, nor of a no.it in not these, but my wonderful cure for pain, Salvation Oil. --- I Mil Pip Si, lountles bept. BKATTYVILLK. LKH. CO. PRACTICE: I.V IY.E BRKATHITT, WOLKK, Powell, Clity and other Jmikson, 1 t. MAIN STRHIiT. W. J. CHINN, jyTORiTE'sr a.x Will practice in all State lice oecoml flour, .Tuu.JJO-lj. JR j x-a- Court, Of- - vest-pocke- t. my-hope- s Con-greh- s, FRANKFORT, KY. Culoin House. Tiic Old Blomcstcacl. 1111 m Bros 5 SPORTING GOODS. j I ' j 1 11 v well-wor- n The best GUN in the market for the money. -- assBwisiH- Company with Just received 10,000 loaded shells, loaded by the Hazard Powder The best in the market. Agents for . 45-l- y. aoair .aostid smith ghttits. SSMEHH agflflMH8w"T pjvyw 2 i vr jrs vr-'- r - TBBfTOPWWffw I '" -- ' jwwiw jtjm u V-- v;'w:MTTnw tiMjwiwwwirawCTMW Mon- ' tj USH t1 TSflWW Personals. Miss Olara Buckley hns returned to school nt Danville day. Mr. Federal Court. The Federal Court convened in this city on Monday and tha various juries are composed of the following JAY-EYE-S- EE I J. J. Brooks, of Richmond, has school at Nazareth. been in the city this week representMr. Will Sellers, of Versailles, was ing his city in the convention of delegates from cities of tho fourth class. in the city Thursday. Miss Eva Macklin, AdelmaCrutcher Miss Ruth Ely returned to Bchool at and Mary Dudley, who have been Danville last Monday. MiBB Cordie Cannon is the guest of spending tho holidays in this city, have returned to school at Shelbyher sister in Louisville. Mr. Len Robinson, of Georgetown, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. J. H. Edwards, of Versailles, was in the city Tuesday. Judge P. P.Johnston, of Lexington, was in the city yesterday. Mr. A. C. Norman has returned from a visit to Shelby ville. Mrs. Ed. Claassen left Wednesday returned to ! tW gentlemen: GKAND JURY. jjyp c : Mn. J. I. Case, (Illehory Grovo rami, hoii'r Huciuc, Wis., fcu$n: "AUtrioiU; of ory known remedy, Ircinocl n. li.ijdli mn years standing, Irom u !) j cur ild l.lij'i oi wlU Jjrco applications of Jay-Eyc-Sc- c) rif v J " ., " to visit relatives in Cincinnati. Mrs. Mary Newman and children are recovering from the grippe. Mr. R. Rogers, wife and children ore recovering from the grippe. Mr. Robt. Frazier is getting well after a stay at home of twenty days. Miss Georgia Payne returned Monday from a visit to friends in Lexington. Mr. .las. McEwan, of Denver, Colorado, is visiting his mother in this city. Mrs. Asa Walker, of Brooklyn, New York, is visiting her parents in this city. Miss Rose Stewart returned Wednesday from a short visit to Louisville. Mrs. Grant Green, jr., and sons returned Monday to .their home in Louisville. Miss Mary Jett returned Monday from a visit to Miss Helburn in S. H. Calloway, D. T. Maddox, Will Orossfield, R. H. Fitzgerald, W. J. Nave, Smith Cole, J. Nat Stone, D. M. McGee, John E. Miles, John B. villo. Weitzel, G. T. Blackloy, 0. D HamilMrs. Sallie A. Stone and family left ton, Geo. A. Lewis, Jas. W. HefTner, the first of the week for Frankfort to Jake Herndon, Jas. Bennett. reside. Mrs. Stone and her two petit Jury, no. l. daughters, Misses Willie and Lena, John H. McKenzie, R. J. Hutchison, Ijave for a number of years conduct- Jas. Coke, R. 0. Prewitt, W. B. Obil-dered a dressmaking establishment at A. J. Crews, J. H. Bell, W. J. this place, and thorough knowledge Neall, John Forsythe, D. F. Ponce, J. of every detail of the business has T Reynolds, W. H. Vanarsdall. enabled them to give entire satispetit juky, no. 2. faction to their patrons, who, with W. H. Thomas, D. C. Crutcher, A. other friends, will regret their de- H. McClure, John T. Buckley, L. J. parture, and wish for them success in Cox. Geo. Farmer, Jas O. Brawner, their new home. -- Midway Clipper. F. P. Lewis, M. A. Collins, F. M. Featherston, Milton Moore, A. H. To tlie Citizens of Frank- - Waggoner. fort. s, QUiNN'S OINTWffi I c. It Is I ' U ho 1 best preparation I havocveru&cdorl.inrd heartily recommend It to all Ilortcmcn." i ri YT2Z KWuittt hundreds of such testimonials. Prlce,Sl..0 pcctiattic. Astc your druggist for It. Iftirt noi W. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. iiVni JHmIKjKx -- FOR LOW I'KICES CALL ON- - C. E. COLLINS & BRO H Hardware, Wall Paoer and Decorations Line, Plaster, Cement, to, Oil: id K 'el Fiiiti, Bum Ira, Site, Btltiu. Sub, Coore, Blir. ds, eSss., 3To d.r. Slxet. and. Shells. ALSO A FULL, LINE OF EXTRA. h. T. Eminence. Prof. John Hutchinson and family, of Pittsburg, are in the city visiting his parents. Messrs. John Scott and Frank Barrett left Monday for Lawrenceville, New Jersey. MisBWillana Smith, of Louisville, is visiting the Misses Morris, at Spring Hill. Miss Janie Dehoney returned Monday from a visit to relatives in , Georgetown. & 5V- - Col. J. G. Craddock, editor of the Kentuckian-Citizen- , Paris, was in the ' : city Thursday. Bonnie Hockensmith has from a visit to friends in Stamping Ground. Mr. Noble Lindsey returned to Cincinnati Tuesday, where he is at- -' tending law school. Mr. Julian Jackson has finished his work on the L. & N. road and returned to this city. Miss Tenie McEwan left last Saturday for Wilmington, Delaware., to spend a few weeks Mrs. J. S. McKendrick returned yesterday morning from a visit to friends in Lexington. Judge Beckner, of Winchester, and Judge O'Hara, of Covington, are attending the U. S. Court. Miss Emma Wright, who has been visiting friends in Shelby county, returned home Monday. Professor A. F. Case has returned from Lexington, where he spent the holidays with his parents. Mrs. Dr. Cheatham, of Louisville, is Visiting her sister, Mrs. James Rodman, on Wilkinson street. Mr. Mason Barrett has returned to school at Princeton after a pleasant visit to his mother in this city. Mrs. W. B. Bridgeford is very ill MisB I There is much suffering among the V. Berberich, W. P. Hudson, J. W. poor of our city. Let us help them French, L. B. Warren, Henry as we can. E. A. Penick. Ike Williams, James Graham, Harry O'Donnell, Thos. Tharpu. Attention, Republicans. The first few days of the term was occupied in trying moonshiners and The members of the Garfield Club will please remember the meeting of other violators of the internal rev of the club this evening at 7:30 enue laws, but on Thursday morning o'clock, at headquarters, and attend. the case of George Mastin, of Wood C. A. Nelson, Ch'n. ford county, against C W. WilliamB, W. H. VanWinkle, Sec'y. of Independence, Iowm, was taken up The Most Pleasant Way. and is still before the Court. Williams is the owner of the trotOf preventing the grippe, colds, ting race course at Independence, headaches and fevers is to use the where the race between Nancy iquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs, Hanks and Allerton took place last whenever the system needs a gentle, September, and Mastin was a specyet effective cleansing. To be bene- tator at that race. A portion of the fited one must get the true remedy grand stand fell during the racj and manufactured by the "California JFig Mastin was injured. He sued WilSyrup Co. only. For sale by all drugliams for $25,000 damages. Some of the 17 gists in 50c. and $1 bottles. most prominent trotting horse men in the country are here as witnesses. Frozen OverMastin is represented by Judge Wm. Benson has been frozen over for Lindsay, Hon. James Andrew Scott, the last two days and the boys have of this city, and T. D. Edwards, of been enjoying fine skating. It was "Versailles, and Williams by Gen. D. hoped that ice of sufficient thickness W. Lindsey, of this city, and E. E. would form to enable the ice men to Hisner, of Independence, Iowa. gather a orop but the change in the The grand jury adjourned on weather yesterday spoiled the pros- T.uirsdny after returning about thirty indictments, most of which were pect. for violations of the internal revenue A Great Paper. laws. Wm. Bright, late Cashier, and Frank Gilmore, late Teller, were in ' Mrs. W. H.Grubbs, of Fresno, Cali- dicted for embezzling the funds of fornia, formerly Miss Addie B. Law-le- r, t le National Exchange Bank, of Lexof this city, has sent us a copy of ington, and W. H. Cheppu, the book- the New Year number of the Fresno in iker, who was a partner of .u.'ight Republican, which is a mammoth in a stock farm, was also indicted as affair. It is a twenty page eight an accessory. Frank Steele was in column paper, profusely illustrated, dicted for jntimidating a Government anu gives limine eviuence uiat r res-n- o witness. is a prosperous and enterprising city. Remember the Poor. Pols-grov- o, Sewer and Fhu Pipe, and Rock .Salt. 4AIN AND 43-l- LEWIS STREET iTJL'AKFQKT KENTUCKY. w H E A luge line of iTigr -k- aaad. Straps, .m.-a.nition., 32I:n.ives, DESaziors 3-"ULns and rj :i VI .'(J All useful Cluistmns Presents. - Four Bladft Poclset Knife CRAY & CHURCH. JACOBSWIGERT&CO., :,j V 25C 8 (ft Have Removed From the Batzell Building -- 1i - A Itf .: with pneumonia at the residence of her husband on the South Side. Mr. Ben. B. Roberts, of Louisville, spent several days in this city the first of the week with relatives. Mr. LeeDudley, of Middlesborough, who has been visiting his mother in this city, left Saturday for home. Mr. Philip Arnold is quite sick with pneumonia at the residence of Mr. J. W. Johnson on the South Side. JVIiss Susie Kavanaugh has returned to school at Shelbyvillo after spending the holidays with her parents. Mr. M. J. Downey, formerly of Frankfort, but not of Logan county, West Va., spent the holidays at home with his family. Hon. S. M. Davis, of Georgetown, represented that place in the convention of cities of the fourth class, waB in the city the first of the week. Messrs. Lindsey Blayney, Wallace, McOloy, John Green, Martin Hardin, John Reading and Albert McClure Our citizens may not be aware of it, a but there is a great deal of suffering Not if yon go through the world dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia among the poor people of the city VnWW.H nra a nosltive cure for tho and there should be some organized worst forma of Dyspepsia, Indiges- effort to relieve their wants. The tion, Flatulenoy and Constipation. cold weather, coming so soon upon Guaranteed and sold by A J. W. Gayle, Druggist. the heels of the epidemic of grippe, has found many a family without His Excellency Mistaken. fuel or even food in their homes. Rev. E. A. Penick, whose card callGov. Brown, in his message to the ing the attention of our people to the Legislature, said that the county tax matter, appears in another column, on whisky produced in this county informs us that he has constant ap had not been paid for any year We plications for aid which he cannot are informed by County Attorney grant for want of funds, and it is Johnson that His Excellency was a fact that the most mistaken, as the taxes have been reg- worthy objects of charity are those ularly collected every quarter, and who will not let their condition be no distiller in the county is delin- known. The City Council should quent. take the matter in hand or a public meeting be called and committees He Is Eligible. appointed to lbok up and supply tho Mayor Tobin Bays that Mr. W. T. needs of our suffering poor. The saw mills and other manufacFlynn, a member of the Police and Fire Commission, is not eligible to tories of the city, which furnish emhold tho position because he is not a ployment to many worthy laborers, bona fide property holder. By the aro not running, their hands are idle will of Mr. Flynn'B father he was left and many of their families are suffera half interest in a house and lot on ing for the necessaries of life. Let North St. Clair street, which interest the matter be taken in hand at once he still holds and has never conveyed. and a fund raised for the purpose. If this does not secure him in his seat, The ") Shows that epidemic, Uncle Jim Wakefield has offered to domic, and contagious deed him a lot on the sandbar next J eases are produced by minthe one which renders a member of ute infecting germs or microbes, pecuthe Council eligible to a seat in that liar to each disease, which enter the body. system. It being a well settled fact that any yyery tho germ remedy which would kill It Slioutv Be or microbe would destroy tho life of the pationt, it has been House. found that to force out tho germs iB B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps-hurg- , tho only safe relief from their J. Pa , says he will not bo without ravages. In this way Swift's Specific has for CO years been curing blood Dr. King's New Discovery for ConCoughs and Colds, that it and skin diseases. It forces out the sumption, eured hiB wife who was threatened microbes through tho pores of the with Pneumonia after an attack of skin, and soon sends out tho poison "LuGrippe" when various other which thov have loft. In this way remedies and several physicianB had the disease is cured, and the general done her no good. Robert Barber, of health of tho pationt is built up. Treatise on blood and skin dfsoases (Jooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's New Discovery has done him more mailed free. good than anything he ever used for Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Engraving of all kinds promptly Try it. Free Trial Bottles at P. H. Cahpenter's Drug Store. Large attended to at W. L. Coppersmith's, 5 234 St. Clair street. oottles, 50c. and 1 1 00 well-know- n en-Goi- m dis-Theo- ry IS L.IFE WORTH LrlVING? H101 AND 102 fflN STREET, - Basement of the Capital Hotel.- iSSThey short time. will fill 8 I I y this space with an entirely new advertisement in a tm aM k P 5i ' t 1 AWARD CLAASSEN ) PRACTICAL -- Plumber, GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - M II. 1 Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL. WORK GUARANTEED. - i H .,'! I l Opposite State House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ThoroiiRli, Practical T'itructlon. Grartitntesat-slate- d to jxjsitions. CiitnloKiic free. Write to BRYANT a STRATTOK BUSINESS COLLET, $ Hi (, LOUISVILLE. KY. Coppersmith challenges comin workmanship on any repairs in his line. 234 St. Clair street. parison W. L. 45-ly. KENTUCKY UNION RAILWAY CO,, . ! A TIME CiAR. EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST, 1890. (JOIN! EAST. Leuve Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Leave Arrive m m m in m 11:30 a m 1:25 p m 8:00 V 4."0 i 4:51 P C.25 p mi o a MI Rob't. B. Franklin n-iy. Loxltton Cluy City Winchester Lumber Point Tliree Forka Three Forks Klkatawu Frankfort, Ky. (iOINfi WEST. WM. CROMWELL. ATTORNEY-AT-LAAiro- W Leve Arrive Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive Klkatfiwas :3S . . Three Forks. Three Forks Lumber Point Clay City 1030 65 7 37 BflO 0.00 am a a m m Winchester. Lexington 930a a m a m it m m RJSAL JBSTATB AGJSJV2 will 45-l- ana aaio or reai eaii, collection or and tno aetottatinn of loant oi Franklin and tn adjoining countlet, tnr alio (rto gpAclal attention to tlie purohniu PRACTICE IN TDK COUHT8 r nu ciaira y. Connections made at Lumber Point, with steamer for Ueattyvllle. Klkntawa Is nearest station to .Jackson. Ky. Trains between Three Forks and Lexlimton run dally, between Three Forks and Elkatawa dally. Sundays excepted. MURPHY. J. L. (ieneral Passenger Agent 1 HiWirtgj, 'k- - fry hirtiVi ifriirtfttfiiikijifii a rmyw'fiwwp wwwfr-1MMiManaMaHMMra ? i W7WFrTrr yfr- yimF - -- y- - SjOffjw'iH mpwrwWifF vTpyy$w mm , TIME TABLE. Thly frplldwltitf tliuo ttibln iutiow eff(5(it.ti)ii tlio L. it N. roml: T)tAINS WEST. .No.28leiiV6tFrnnkiort Ho. 17 Iwivh'k Frankfort No. 21 lonvoe Frankfort INo lOlonve Frankfort TUAINBEA8T. fiifiO !l:4() AhK) 7:118 n. in. a. in p. in p.m. .'No. 18 I en vug Frankfort 'No. 20 leaven Frankfort "No. 24 arrives "No't 22 lenvofl 'J:lfi p.m. 2(J, 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage No. 2!1 and 21 connucl for Uincinimti. at Anchorage for llloomtleld Branch. V. W. Alkxandeu, Frankfort Frankfort .... .... 10:10 4:8fi 15.85 n. m. p. in. p.m. ,o. Agent. General Hendriok in a neat little speech, at the close of which, in behalf of Gov. John Young Brown, he presented Master Georgo, with n handsome gold medal a tribute of the Governor to genius. Tho playing of tho little man was truly wonderful, he draws an artistic bow and performs tho most difllcult pieces with the greatest ease, and every time he appeared upon the stago was generously encored. He is but an eleven years of agp and at eight and a half was an accomplished violinist. He was born the day upon which Ole Bull died, and it seems Sltlloli's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine wo have over sold, a few doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful success in tho cure of Consumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Price 10c, 50c. and 81. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W. THE ROUNDABOUT Gayle. 37 THE PEOPLE'S PAPER ' Everybody takes it. eveuvbody ceads it. " that the mantle of the great per- To Paris. The Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Paris at one, fare for the round trip, on January loth, good hotiM from date of for twenty-fou- r sale, on account of the pretty opera Bohemian Girl being rendered by the Philharmonic Society. W. L. Coppersmith makes a specialty of fine work. Resetting diamonds, etc. 234 St. Clair street. 45-ly. Oil, What a Cotigli. the perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you can .afford, for the sake of saving 50c., to run the risk and do nothing for it. Wo know from experience that ;Shiloh's Oure will cure your cough. Itnev,or fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottles wore .sold the past year. It relieves croup .and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not be without it. For .lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W, Will you heed tho warning; - former has fallen upon him. Frankfort and Franklin .county should feel proud of this inusical nrodirrv. as his mother was bom and raised in this county, beinar formrly MIhs Belle Hamnton. The performance of Prof. Leber upon the piano, Miss Willana Smith upon tho violin and the singing of Miss Nellie Orbison were also greatly enjoyed by the audience, and each came in for a liberal share of applause. ' Repairing of all kinds; neatly and Eromptly executed by the Kentucky Harness Company. 15-t- f. .c .Gayle. 37 WE CAN AND IIO for it has been fully II !' v- - fev s fr Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, demonstrated to the people of this country that it is Mr. James A. Murray now wears a mperior to all other preparations for as broad as the Kentucky river ilood diseases. It is a positive ouro for Company. in tho roar of his handsome home, syphilitic poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimples. It purines the .and his feeling of intense satisfaction vholo system and thoroughly builds is as deep as tho Sulphur Well. A :p the constitution. FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. 9 J. W. Gayle, Druggist relative whom ho had never seen came to his house to live Wednesday night. Tho individual weighs ten St. nialse and fital loa Prions. .and a half pounds and is a boy. FOR THE LUNGS. In view of the enormous figure which r.imllv remedy for lias been a St. Blaise brought, it is pertinent to com- COUOHS. COLDS, CONSUMPTION. The Initial Hop. pare the price paid with the cost of SORE THROAT. HOAltoENESS. other stallions of renown, by which PNEUMONIA, C4TARUH. IMLUENZA. ACUTE Ih one of the best in the State, and AND BRONCHI I'M. CHROMC ASTHMA. ?e are prepared to turn The Assembly Ball Club gave their comparison it would certainly appear WHOOPI (S COUCII. CROUP. PLEURISY. PAIN INTHESIDE AND SPITTINli OF BLOOD, and initial hop at tho Capital Hotel Thurs- that Mr. Reed has paid the full value all disease of the thu for his purchase. out, on short notice, day night, and it was a great success. mighty Ormonde, theFor example, cenThroat, Chest and Lungs "horse of the decThe ball room was beautifully tury," as Englishmen love to call him, orated and Saxton's orchestra fur- went to the stud of Mr. Boucan, near nished the music. There were a Buenos Ayres, for $70,000, a price only DR. Wra, HALL'S BALSAM contilasno opium, morphine, iioruujr deleterious ilms It soothes great many strangers present, and equaled by Doncaster, for whom the and neula the Membrane of Duke of Westminster paid $70,000 six- and poisoned by disease, the Lungs, Inflamed every body seemed to have a good and prevents night tightness Is the most time. The chaperones were Mrs. teen years ago. Blair Athol, ever raced sweats and the taste across the chest.for ItDR. pleasant to Be sure and ask oeuutiful horse, it is said, that WM. HALL'S BALSUI. and take no other. John Milam, Mrs. H. T. Stanton, Mrs. In England, camo next, the owner of the For sale by Judge Casswell Bennett, Mrs. D. Cobham stud causing the world to wonDruggist, Frankfort, Ky. McHonry, Mrs. E. Polk Johnson and der when he bought him at the fabulons PRICE 25C, 50C.,SI.OO. tmm of $02,(300. In sixteen seasons this Mrs. Judge Wra. Lindsay. celebrated horse earned in stud fees the DR. WM. HALL CO., NEW YORK. Oct. " enormous sum of $325,000. Advertised Letters at Melton went to Italy at $50,000, and Frankfort, Ky. Verneuil to Hungary at $80,000. Mt. Crawford gave $45,000 for Isonoruy, and X3 XJ Below will be found a list of advertised Mr. Bleukirou $40,000 for Scottish Chief. g rW letters for the week ending Jan. 9th, Robert the Devil brought $40,000; Rayon d'Or, 10,000. to the Hon. W. L. Scott; lkiTQLWlTfcx 1891: & xl ?i in mi i Hampton. $30,000; Macaroni, $35,500' Lyons, Elliott Dexter, B. The Palmer, $35,000; Gladiateur, the Lowis, John Coleman, Frank greatest Frenchman of them all, $35,000; Leavett, Louis Casswell, John X Silvio, $35,000, and others of almost MI1E5 fAILEi Lima, Mine Do. Garritt, Henry eqjal merit sums ranging from $34,000 Wills, Geo. Cooke, Ua Jane tlntto a&i&gBz&vmi 'vpJ&V down to $5,050, the price paid for The Grant, John Morris. John Good, John W. (2) Poe, L. S. Baron, while Common, the most famous WmmAWSMXTW " mil iliokmnn, M i B' s Polrtgrove, W. S. English rac horse of the present decade, Staut, Miss Nora Lizzie was recently sold lor $75,000. Hughes, Mrs. Hullie Smoot, Ray In comparibon with these prices the r i : 3ii r.trssT and quickest Hamlnmrls, Robert Touey, Joseph $100,000 paid for St. Blaise may well Washington. Miss Bndon, Sam H. amaze and confound the breeders of Hogg, S. P. Annie Orleans town to lew thoroughbreds in all parts ot the world. Wodson, George Johnsson, Agne He was regarded as far below the first Jaokson, John H. Watts, Mrs. Lila Time, 25 Hours. clots in England. His Derby was lookuJ When calling for these letters say udon as a fluke, and when Mr. Belmont ntlre Trill. Hirue Uir. luv Ooacht orertiaod. J: Sleepers run through witnout ch tnge. bought him the general bflief was that Tllh dllOHTfiST AND QUICKEST J. M. SWFKLL, V.e made a mistake. The price was only to Jacksonville. Ala Postmaster. $15,000, and Lord Alington, his breeder, Georgetown felt that the horse was well sold. Ho Time, 26 comes to America, is in the stud five Througl 'Meepers without Hours Programme. change The Short years, goes under the hammer nml in uae Detftcen Cincinnati ami Blank Books of til kinds gotten up in the highest style of Ky.. T.ExiNdTON, rime 2t Hours. knocked down at $100,QOO. It makes a TK.NS., " ' KNOXVII.LK. Vi Service of song at First Presbyte- new record, and it will probably stand X. C. ' 17 ASHKVIM.F. " the art. Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates. Job 11 CiurrANoou v. Tknn.. evening, for borne yei.ro. Turf, Field and Farm. rian Church ATLANTA, 16 G., . " 1G RlltMlNUIIAM. ALA " .January 9th, at 7:30 o'clock. Work of all kinds solicited. 'ot That Kind of a Doctor. uireciuonneciionsai .en unt'.iiiMiiu snrcw port, r Tex is, Mexico ami California. ' 1. Organ Votuntary Prof. Gra. Old Bill McGallon, who keeps gro Le Frankfort vl.i Kentucky MIiIIiuhI RallwH) i.j cery store in tno suuurns or Austin, is via e neto.vn jiria. M;.,arrIvuCltulnnatll0:25 ham. . ni. Quicker than any other line. 2. Hark, Hark, My Soul Anthem one of the losest men in the state of a. Allcr.iuiH urrltr it let) irt from ;entral cinclnnat:. Bruchn Texas. He abbreviates his words in r or lutes, iiapfi.iVc. lunrec writing. He abbreviates the names on 3. Hymn No. 59. KUAN!. V.'. WOOLLEV . the drawers and boxes in his grocery inTraellnI.is?. Agl. 4. The Good Shepherd Solo stead of painting the names in full. For Lexington, K) . D 'J. KDWARDS, Barril instance, he nninted on the sugar barrel, L..C. IUKVKY. iMXCINNATI. ). 'i P. A T 5. Come Holy Spirit Quartette "Br. S." for brown sugar, and so on. One day a feeble looking htranger Mauna C. Trombone Solo Composed by dropped into Bill McGallon's store, and after looking around a&ked: Dr. Ernest Baxter. The qntek and direct route from 'Is Dr. Prunes in?" 7. In tho Hour of Trial A Duet- tOld McGallon stared and said he reckTaken From the Wanderer's oned not; tnat ho had never heaid of LOUISVILLE TO IQKMSI5 1HH TEXAS Night Song Rubenstoin any such doctor by that name. t 8. Saviour, Source of Every Bless-- ' One hundred and ftfty mile "Is Dr. Codfish in, thou?" asked the ing Solo Wallace stranger. 'No, he is not," said old McGallon 8HOBTEST TO LITTLE ROCK 9. Hymn No. 408. emphatically, "I never heard his name, 10. Oh Lord, Most Merciful An- And the onl; route either, before now." Ooncono them "Then tell Dr. Cherries I would like The choir will bo asbieted by Prof. to bee him if he is at leisure." Without Change of Cars Graham, Mrs. Orbisou, Mrs, Cannon. "You get out of here. I believe you U you are going to emigrate to Walter Franklin and Dr. W. E. Bax-:to- r. have escaped from the lunatic asylum. This ain't no medical college; thin i a The public are invited. grocery," retorted old McGallon, getting Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth Jimuiic Smiles. Watches, clocks and jewelry of standard brand at Coppersmith's, be sides sold at deadrock prices. 234 y St. Clair street. Buggies, carriages and harness repaired by the Kentucky and Harness 45-l15-t- f. Subscription Only $1 Per Year. Hall's Balsam ur Job EPARTAENT never-fallln- e ." c CONSUMPTION, 21-C- f w fliiiHran mMEmzm& mmsm jjm'm c MwU.mmEL no yifmm&'MdsmA fKSSKSSSra . 4TaiPi ii i Q ?v XoX 9ir XXvX!PX A kui BINDERY. V-- i '"t . i Dnloi-Depo- t, Vlce-I're- s A STEREOTYPING, I in all its Brandies. All work promptly executed, and satisfaction guaranteed. red in tho face. Austin, Houatm, bet"If this ih a grocery, then you This li the ter carry faigns t Master George Smith, tho wonder- where yonback them doctors' respondea btole thjjm fiom," CHEAPEST AND UKST KOUTK ful child violinist, of Louisville, ap- tho stranger, strolling out. peared before a fair audience at the Old McGallon looked where tho No change of car to stranger pointed, and for the first time Opera House on Monday night, by Profs. Constantino Leber noticed tho result of his abbreviat- MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, MEMPHIi AHD NEW ORLEANS, .and Wayland Graham, Misses Nillio ing tho word "Dried" to "Dr.," for on Orbison and Willana Smith and Mr. the drawers and boxes he read, in large for further Information. mftres lotters: Dr. Peaches, Dr. Codfish, Dr. Al. W. Smith. Cherries, Dr. Peas, Dr. Beef, instead of C. AT.II O RE, O.P. T, A . Tho little gentleman wns intro- Dried Peaches, Dried Codfish, etc. LOUUVILl K. KKNTUCKT duced to .the .audience by Attorney Texas Siftinrs. Tlie Boy Violinist. h( T sup-porte- d GEO. A. LEWIS, Proprietor. 215, 217 and 219 St, Glair Street, Up Stairs, Frankfort. Ky, P. iAc'.-ei.- 2ijxWik jaAjudWkwiti HrffiH iWRRS KWE1 fWW ritANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, pcwt-offlo- TfwPr'rt llWipWWFuture fc' J !? 5" r ' ) Ik Kv ly nftor the happy couple left for the Mopes. Our East, and will be gone some three or weeks. The Roundabout It Jb time that the people of luMred &t Uto at Krwkfort, Kentucky, four Bullftbto matter. u mwo4-UFrankfort were beginning to underwishes them a long and happy life. stand their own interests. It is high i.iw . A. LEWIS.. Editor and Frtllsfeer. Postponed. time that all little animosities, all bickering, all back-bitinall The case of Frank Steele was engendered by the hunt after petty FRANKFORT, JAN. 9. 18SIU. called in the United States Court places, should be cast aside and the Tuesday morning, and postponed un- city arouse to a consolidated effort for its future welfare. IN TROUBLE AGAIN. til the June term. The Capital question, which has At Hlgli Noon. for so many years been an incubus FRANK STEELE AT- Mrs. G. T. Bla'ckleyhas issued cards upon us, and has hung like a dark to her lady friends in this city, cloud, shadowing every interesbfls TEMPTS TO INTIMIin which Bhe invites them to bo virtually settled. The Kentucky DATE GOVERNpresent at' a receptiion at ''High river will noon be navigable for MENT WITsteamers a long way up the river. Both the method and results when Noon," Thursday, January 14th. NESSES. New railroads are in contemplation Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant Wills Probated. and will, sooner or later, be built.. and refreshing to the taste, and acts And 18 Indicted by tlic U. yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Other important improvements are The will of Gen. Scott Brown was before us. Let us then arouse and go fently and Bowels, cleanses the sysS. Grand Jury. probated Monday. He leaves nearly to work, in unity, and in earnest to tem effectually, dispels colds, headFrank Steele, of Woodford county, all his property to his brother, Judge build our little city up. Wo need a aches and fevers and cures habitual is the Bridgeport. was indicted by the grand jury of the Reuben Brown, of new Capital, which is almost a tiling constipation. Syrup of Figs only remedy of its kind ever proThe will of Henry Dotson. colored United States Court last January for accomplished, for this Legislature duced, pleasing to the taste and acsending obscene letters through the was probated Tuesday. He leaves will doubtless make an appropriation, ceptable to the stomach, prompt in his entire estate to his wife. mailB; the case was tried at the June now that there will oe no more re- its action and truly beneficial in its in a hung jury. term and resulted moval agitation. We need a fair as- effects, prepared only from the most Appointed Messenger. The case came up again on Wednessessment and a fair rate of taxation. healthy and agreeable substances, its day morning for trial before the U. Master Ewald Kockritz, of Hen- Wo need a reduction in taxes, if pos- many excellent qualities commend it S. Court and was continued until derson, has been appointed messen-gerb- y sible. We need cheap fuel, cheap to all and have made it the most Gov. Brown for the Executive light and cheap water. We need a popular remedy known. the next June term. Mr. Henry White and wife, the two principal office. He is a bright little fellow street railway upon a fair basis. We Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c witnesses against Steele, started and is a fine stenographer, type- need improvements in certain por- and SI bottles by all leading drug- Any reliable druggist who to their home in the country, writer and telegraph operator. He tions of our city. Indeed we need a gists. e great many things, but we will never may not have it on hand will stopping on the way at the went to work Wednesday morning. who it promptly for any' one get them by n constant wrangle and residence of Mrs. Welch, whose Stole tlte Oysters. constant jealousies among ourselves. wishes to try it. Do not accept any husband was killed by Steele several .years ago, where they took dinner. Then let us all go to work, hand in substitute. Broke open the ice chest of Mr. E. Just ns they were about to start on M. Williams, in front of his father's1 hand and &houlder to shoulder, to CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, our city and make one another home Steele and a German neighbor LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. store at the corner of Second and elevate instead of doing every thing happy, by the name of Joe Bauer came along Bridge streets, Friday night of last to make each other miserable. in a buggy. Just before reaching cans of. - week, and stole twenty-si- x Mrs. Welch's the two men stopped to The great trouble with us has been oysters. The ice chest of Mr. James take a drink of whisky. Steele see- Heeney. on the corner of Shelby and that we liava had too m my political ing White's surry standing in front and Second streets, was also broken ' fights over too little emoluments " Mothers' Friend " is a scientificof Mrs. Welch's, announced to his open, but the thief had his trouble Every race for offices seems to engenally prepared Liniment, every ingrecompanion and others who had come ill feeling. Excitement and bitdient of recognized value and in for nothing, as the chest was empty. der "h- - 1 was going to be terness produce many difficulties constant use by the medical pro"up, that fession. These ingredients are comraised." He drove some seventy Mr. Robb's House Burned. which it requires years sometimes to bined in a manner hitherto unknown he.il, when the prime causes amount beyond the house, stopped the yards If the time buggy, he and Bauer got out and The residence of Mr. George W. to absolutely nothing nourishing pistols. 1 Robb, near Ducker Station, was de- - shouid ever comointhe;history of our went back, Steele began cursing and abusing stroyed by fire about two o'clock city when the people should seek the White, daring him to come out. ThursJuy morning. Only some cloth- - man instead of the man seeking the Saying "G d d- -n you, I will kill ing, the silver tableware and a few office, quite a change would occur. WILL DO all tnat is claimed for you before you shall cause me more other articles were saved. The But we fear that the millennium will it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to trouble in the United States Court." house and all el9e was destroyed. be here before that time arrives. Life of Mother and Child. Book Mrs. White would not let her The loss is about eight thousand dolto " Mothers " mailed FREE, conMunicipal Muddle. go out, telling him to wait un- lars, with six thousand insurance. taining valuable information and til Steele had gone. Mrs. Welch, the Mr. Robb's daughter, Miss Willie, voluntary testimonials. The Police and Fire Commissioners lady Steele had made a widow, went was married on Wednesday after-- ' were called together on Monday Sent b v express on receipt of price f 1.60 per bottU to the door, when Steele began curs- noon, and received a number of BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga. bv retiring Mayor Mangan and r SOLD BY ALL J"UOai8T8. ing and abusing1 her and she fired up- handsome bridal presents, almost all proceeded to reduce , the police force , on him with a revolver. Steele with- of which were saved. , , . . ana salaries, aciopieu a ruie tnat me drew about fifty yards from the board should meet upon the call of Candidates. house, but still continued to curse three membersand then adjourned to White, and dare him to come out. issue appears the announceIn BLACK A White finally told his wife that he mentthis Mr. Walter Franklin as a j meet Wednesday evening. Tuesday t I RAVEwnicu win ue perniiueii in UKHK3 fIRi: cne so i. toar of morning tho newly elected Mayor, FRANKS. RAFF. did not propose to wait longer but Near o. C. Cooiifi she: , to the posi- Hon. Richard Tobin, went into olllce, candidate for As White was was going home. On L. it.s' Icilh'jul. I ec. of Circuit Clerk. Mr. Franklin unarmed, a little son of Mrs. Welch tion been an efficient officer for years appointed his Chief of Police and has Chief of the Fire Department. He loaded an old shot gun and gave it White, aii-- is known by every man, woman then announced, we understand, that leaving. to him as he was child in the county. thePolice and Fire Commissioners had his wife and a man by the name of and OK I. Ml' " never been legally qualified and that TAIlM Bagdad, (I. MARKSBURY. ONE MILK who was with them, got into Owens, Ky.,contninlii.; 12) acre. eil 1 from surry and started home . cleverest fellows in the world, ,is also one of them was not eligible to hold linpnnt'd and all In grass, will b miM ut a the as a candidate for the the office from the fact that he was biiifttln. lor UTiiiH mill other liifnr. iiitlon c.ill ' Steele let them pass him on the road, announced JAS. ANDHhW ri OTT. same posijtion, and if he succeeds in not a bona fide property holder, and on, Iv. makimr no demonstration until they class a had gone a little distance, when he getting there will make firstSchool that he would not meet with thorn. official. He has been Common began curBing and abusing Mrs. Commissioner and also County At-- The Commissioners met in adjourned White. White then jumped from the toruey, in both of which positions he ' session Wednesday evening, elected Mr. J. W. Gault as their chairman T WILL PAYI1IGHF.ST CASH PHICE FOK AM, lifa iirtfA fmrintv fn nvnuonf. Vil in niiMMt serve(1 the PePle wel1 and faithfully and again adjourned until Monday, 1 kinds of Fur Skins at old Tuionnl, ne.tr Ken, Jfi tucky Midland depot, on Clinton street. ... fw Mm. Uncle Jim Wakefield also lets the e, JAMES SWLLIVAN. tne gun arm nruu upun people know he would like to be! when they will proceed to elect Dec. tie raisea members of the police force and fire Steele but missed his aim. Steele Sheriff of the county. He is a kind-- 1 the fire also missing his man. hearted Christian gentleman, whom department, whether the Mayor is present or not. The whole matter Bauer, the Gern.an, then ran up and everybody likes, and is the poor will probably wind up in the courts. caught hold of White, telling him to friend. If he is elected he will give him the other barrel. White man's endeavor to fill the office to the best Dr. Hale's Household Ointtold him he had had no quarrel with t S TUB AGKNT OF M11S. S. T. HICIMHDSON, ment of his ability. tx I have for Mile at a g'eat biircnln tlie house him and shook him off. In which Ilhe contalnlnc 0 iooiiih. and will sell or Stegc-Bedfbr- d. As White had no other load in his Is the finest remedy in the world. rent the doable tenement adjolnlm-- contniiiliiL'8 rooms, lett. South gun he yielded to his wife's entreaties, It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures ulioihe on lnmuellt lOiiniKiii NewFiankfort. aIko .street. containing 4 Mr. Julius Stege, of Louisville, and Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures TEHMS-O- ne cu.sli. Imlnnee In one and on home. third got into the surry and went magic Cures Salt Rheum two jeniH with Interim, or will nuikeii hlK Steele went to Versailles and swore Miss Birdelle Bedford, of this county, Piles like soothing manner. Cures aunt f. roiMi in the most .IAS. ANliHKW SrCOTT. out a warrant for White, and White, were married at the Christian Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Oct. to this city Church, in this city, Wednesday Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be his wife and Owens came and laid the matter before the U. S. evening at 8 o'clock, Rev. George taken internally. A positive specific grand jury, when an indictment was Darsie officiating, Prof. Wayland for Pneumonia, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, returned against Steele for attempt Graham presiding at the organ. Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: The attendants were: Misses Allio different from all else; superior to all ing to intimidate witnesses. To lit Ciheu A'ny Abs liu-lThe facts above stated were obtain- Dunn, Mary Owsley, Janie Edwards, else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Sold and it looks Lucy Winn, Pattie Moore and Jennie Large size cheapest. store.at CarpenAil one for on y $2 Oil ciiii hei.iire both the ed from y ter's South Side drug HUUMUHOl'T ,ind the Louisville. Ky., Weekly like Steele has gotten himself into a Macklin, Messrs. Ernest Stege, Anforoue jenrwltii tlieoiinortmilty ri of miihlnsetitliiiiites for t e pretty good sized mess, both in the drew Whitley, Graham Price, Koup, Resigned. ted offers of one nrlne uf JlD.uliO In mi iireeedtii McCann and Krieger. After the (old Coin, and 44 prizes of $1U ench In Cold State and United States Court. Vekl) Coin. Niiuiile copy of the ceremony the bridal party repaired Mr. A. B. Smith, who has been eontiilnliiK full pnrticuliiiN. i nn be n en . on itnpllcntlon to Court SliropHliirc-Kobbto the Capital Hotel, where an infor- head clerk in the auditor's office of at this ofllcs. OrLoulnllle, Ky , a topy will be i ompany, mal reception was held. The newly Kentucky Midland Railway ever furnished to any iiddrenn free or chine. Mr. Clifton Shropshire, of Lexing- wedded pair spent the night in this since the road started, has resigned ton and Miss Willie Robb, of city and left Thursday for the east on his position and left Wednesday WANTED to sell Ducker'8 Station, were united in an extended bridal tour. On their morning for Chicago, where ho has White's Lilly marriage at the residence of the return they will make Louisville their secured an excellent position. Mr.( of the Vallev. bride's parents, at the later place home. Mr. Stege is a prosperous Smith has many friends in this city The createst rliRnnvprv nf Wednesday afternoon at half past wholesale grocery merchant of the who regret to' see him leave. the Century for Beautifying the two o'clock. The ceremony was per Falls City, a member of the firm of Complexion and imparting a Satin formed bv the Rev. Mr. Tyree, of Stege ot Coldoway, and is a worthy liko Texture and Bloom of Hfealth. More War. n Virginia. Mr. Shropshire is a his young wife is a Write for Terms to Agents; engentleman, while young business man of Lex- daughter of Mr. Thomas Bedford, of Tho new Mayor unci a majority of close 2 cent stamp for reply. ington, while Miss Robb is a beauti- the Jett neighborhood, a pretty and tho Police and Firo Commissioners Agents make from $4 to $6 per day. ful and accomplished Blue Grass most accomplished lady who is held in are at outs and wo suppose they will WHITE'S TOILET CO., . belle, and is very popular in this city, popular esteem by all her acquaii-- J be making mouths at each other and 411 to 413 W. Jefferson St., where she has a host of friends. A tances. We join their friends in refusing to play together during tne reception was given them from 3 to 4 wishing them a joyous and prosper- balance of the Commissioners' terms SOUTH BEND, IND. o'clock that afternoon and immediate- - ous life. Dec. 19th-liwhich expiie next January. o feSs tin BNJOYS ANNOUNCEMENT. For Circuit Clerk. 'lire authorized to tinnuunie WALTER FhANhDN iih ti candldjie lor Cir.-ui- t Court OlnrK HUbJo.t to the action of tlio Democratic Party. We iiIh authorized to announce THOMAS I). OUti iih a candid it for Cln uh Clerk of Franklin county, subject to tne Democratic primary uectlon, M uvli ID, 1892. Jan. 'J te. g, ill-wil- l, For Sherifl. W to announce JUES If. KKFIrLU as a candidate for Sheriff or Fitnixlln co mty. subject to the action of tne Mnnli 19, 1892. . Jiin.U-te- We arc authorized cxtcj We are authorized to ii'inouneo J S. O lilt W- M'.H as a candidate for Sheriff or Franklin coun- tv. subject to Ihe tlonofthe iiemoenitlcp'irty at thf jil imry election to be lit Id March 19, 1892. Dec. We aie authorize I to announce H 1. ii u mltiUte fur SlitiilfT of Franklin countv. subject to the att'on of the D mocr.itlc cimventl m of Saturday, March llnh. 189.'. We are authorized to announce A. (I..1EFFKRS iir a candidate for SherlM of Fianklln county, frubjsct to tho Democratic tnlinar) dojthti. 19-t14-l- j V Residence for Rent rpiIE HKSIDENCK , PHOPKUTY KNOWN AS I the Diiieklmui place, s'tuiited utttoHOiitli end or LokiiIi street, in South Fraukfoir. coiitnliiliiK l aboiui;; ncrchof ground, Ii tor rent. Klun Dec. Ut. Nov. 21. ibOMf 1'osse.s-lo- n FRANK CHINK, Frnnkfoit. Kj. J' I Sealed Proposals. " ; j ! pro-cur- nniSUANTTO ORDER OF Till'. OURi OF I ( latins. I will, uutllJanuury lltli. 1H!). receive ea. eI bldn for the follownu wor to bd ilonn for the conity, to be completed by Febnuiy lltli, 1 s I CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY; I Ititi, name to bo p lid for out oi levies or 1892: si'tctriCArio.vs Tnkl gone f ot of dirt from old iloor and putting urw Joints, lloirs and b.iMemon, In County and Circuit Clerk's offices 1 cast hearth and resetting t?rite. iiutllin; In pities, kqs In bj'l. loom, new doom In front mid lepaiilug frame, new cornice over Iwodoor.s. batten door In Jitll alley, two stone llatrls over windows, dlfh back of County Clerk's, oll'e H net wide, sreet den. 21 reft lonx.to be wall d i u one si le and b'jlh e ids -- and w ill or bu Idlnjj to be cement id; 1 ullirdoor an frame, new Butter ami down pipe, repairing .shutters o.i buc't of county Cleric's otllci, wltrlow i.uips In Jailer's residence, one three Inch down pipe in front nf CiuniyCIeriOdonlc. Bl Iders calling at County Clerk's olllce will be shown where the repairs are to be placed Right i men e i to leject any and all bids. I I & uec.Hinn, itr.n. Jan. I! C WILLIAMS. C. J. r. C. C. "MOTHERS' FRIEND" FOR CHRISTMA.S. M Folding Beds, China Closets, Ladies Desks, Book Cases, M I" & M j . hus-bcin- d 1 (I W I ft m ifl Fine Chairs, ' i Berkshire Boar. PURE-HRE- Leather Couches, Sofa Lounges, i ? K W Parlor Suits, Hat-Rack- s, I I L Farm for Sale 25-S- , "" Carpet Sweepers, Dining Tables and the latest thing in Tea Tables. . '.IS ; hi w i i i Wanted Fur SkinS. 19-l- v m ll i,l (1 i i Ii r' cws ... jew -- eive News & t J-- s o cjj.i- May2-ly- . m ! ..r.. m , . Newport Mississippi Valley Co. t For Sale or Rent. Three Houses and Lots. . Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Now York, Sea-Sho- re 3' iPiM m m I i j ' I Old Point and the AND ALL, EASTERN IN EFFECT VOVK3I3F.R EAST ROUND Is-- c CITIES. KH 13. 1691. "NO LOTTERY" y. ! pi Ii 1 $14,400 In Gold Coin ml Fust Mull Dally. ! Lexington . Le. 7 35am1 Winchester SUia m (i 4Spni UiUipmwOOpm tt 61 am 712pm 105pm 7H0pu Mt Sterling " Dally Kxprtss Dally u.iuy, ExMin.iExSuji OWpiii fUuMui,50pui DAILY.! Limited Accm. I f eye-witness- 5-l- Courler-louri- oinler-Iouinu- Cattlettsburg " Tiffilim liiWpin .12601H11, 10 47pm Huntington Washington " , oyjpm 'j lupin Philadelphia " 'I047um Q GOpm New York Arr. 120im 821pm WEST ROUND. I Abhland . . " l'J10,uii 1007pm 840aml. Main 30am '. .... . . . . , . Courier-Journa- l, UAII.V UDI inn Huntington Lve.l i0iiniii lUSpm (HCin CnttlettHburt; " 7 llpni .tsniiinu . . . " (ib7um UOJpm 727pm Ex Sun Mt. Sterling Lve. lOitfnm C08pm 1 20.JH1 025am - ,u iwun, nopm, 1 oonm 715am wiuciitwiw Lexington. Arr.ll205pnr U20pmi U4&pm Bli&aui LouIhtIIIo Arr. fi26m, tlSOpml 7 4i)pm 1160am LIMITED VE&T1BULKD TRAINS lun dully In connection with Chesapeake ii. Ohio 'F. V. V." , to New York funs" dally Tmd tAbT MAIL ritAlTsd iiiiiko local stopti between Lexlntou iintl , .Hunt-liiKto- n. well-know- tloiiH HUVTINIJTON run dally. & MOREHEAD iiccoinTnoilu- - cept Ain TIIROUOII SLKEl'INO OARS to and from iiHhliieton und New York without cliuiign. ' C.L. Hhown, yI mnNKV, Oen. I'ltUH. AKfltit. U.A..Lexlni!ton.Ky. W.S. IU1IIU80N. if. A., ANhland. Ky, MT.STKRLIN(Iaccomino(latonK run dully LKXINCTON AMOREIIKADA LEXINGTON ex- 4i t'. m & m m un Mi tM ii fiULNKFUKT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT. JAN. 9. 1882 Change of Firm. The hardware firm of Gray & Church was dissolved on Friday last, Mr. Lee S. Ohuroh retiring. Mr. M. P. Gray will still continue the business at the old stand. m HP Qualified. H.S. Hall, who last Tuesday week, sent in his resignation as Treasurer, changed his mind and qualified Monday, January 4th. Maj. L. C. Norman, Auditor also qualified Mnj. Monday. or ten yearo has been residing in John S. Edwards, Mexico, holding the position of Station Agorttnt Magdalena, on the Of Adams, N. Y., makes the following Mexican Central Railroad, has been sworn statement: Kenyon & Thomas: This js to certify what know your tendered the position of Master of wonderful medicine, I Dr. Hale's Transportation over two hundred and Household Ointment, will do in cases Last winter my sixty-fir- e miles of tho road. Ho has of pneumonia mother, who is 75 years of age, was the best agent's position on tho road, sick unto death with pneumonia. and while the position offered him Both lungs were badly involved. The pays a better salary ho is inclined to attending physician said she must hold on to his old job rather than ac- die. As a last resort we commenced using your Dr. Hale's Household cept tho new one. Hisfrionds here Ointment, applying it freely and a are glad to Know that he is appre Mirknnnlllr fr t.Viek nnnof mnnfr by his omplovers, and hope ho ' lunK8 covered with hot flannels. She elated Will Vfitrfif.fi.vnn mo"rlnrnHv nnai- - 800n beSan to JmprOVO and in tWOlVO hours tho crisis was passed and she tionthan the one offered him. He was out of danger and is alive and writes that the return of Christmas al- well Your great remedy sav- John s. Edwards. ways reminds him of his boyhood's i ed ner nie. home in this countj , and tho merry Wm Taylok Notary pubic. times ho used to have by the sycamore porh h at Carpenter's South Side sale 2 and beech fires on the banks of Elk-- 1 Drug Store. horn. I . i to-da- y. , ;r Broke Its Hip. Mr. J. C. Salyers was driving up Second street Thursday morning, in his milk wagon, and in passing over i A the crossing at the intersection of Bridge street, his horse slipped on the icy street, foil and broke its hip. License to Wed. The county clerk issued the following marriage license Thursday: John Moore and Cora C. Larkin, both of Benson. Thos D. Murray and Mary P. Armstrong, both of Leestown. A Lucky Town. The town of Midway paid the last of the bonds issued in aid of the construction of the Versailles, Midway and Georgetown Railroad on the first of this month and entered upon the new year free of debt, with fifteen hundred dollars in the treasury. When Your ILiver Is torpid and sluggish, you cannot do business successfully. Everything goes wrong: You don't feel well. Get your liver in good working order by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea, the great blood purifier and nerve tonic. It has no equal as a health restorer. For sale at Carpenter's 2 South Side Drug Store. Card Party. Win. Snow, better known as ''Uncle Billy," died at his home in tho West End Sunday. He was about 65 years n old, and was a charcter Free Turnpikes. He has been in bad Presbyterian of this city. VanDerveer, at the First health for tho past four years, hav Church, on Wednesday, January 20th, To the Editor of the Roundabout: 7 o'clock p. m. A reception will at It has been my pleasure in former Ing a large cancer on his face. residence of the years to mako various suggestions be given at the county bride's parents from 7:30 to 10 o'clock for the public good in this person, CAN'T SLEEP NKGMT8 and city. I have Ipeen the first believe, to suggest, through the me- (s tho complaint of thousands sufferI Dr. Male's Household dium of tho public press, a now jail, a ing from Asthma, Consumption, Cough Cure new public building, the advance- Coughs, etc. Did yoa ever try Dr. ment of tho public school system, &c. icknor's English Remedy? It is the Is a purely vegatable remedy prepar- Now I ask leave to mako a plea for best preparation known for all Lung ed from raro medicinal plants, a per- free turnpikes. It seems to me, with Troubles. Sold on a positive guaranfect remedy for coughs, coldB, hoarse- little ofl'ort, and comparatively little tee at 25c. and 50c. 0 J. W. Gayle, Druggist. ness, loss of voice, whooping cough, exponse, our pikes could be made bronchitis, the nrst Btages oi con free to every one, and thus stop tha sumption, allays all soreness of the I heavy drain upon the people in the In Mcuioriam. lungs and chest, and gives perfect WUy Ul IUI1B. lb in .v wen CBiuujimiuu fact that very few pikes pay any divisatisfaction. It is the greatest mediIn reiiieinberaneeof ourdurllnsb ibjf.Yersle cine of the age to strengthen the dends, and in most instances they are bom JulyCtb, IMS. dledJinuui) 5th. itftl. Una yeur ni our link1 pet lung tissue. 25 and 50c. per bottle, at principally built by county subscripWhs IiiM beneath tlie od. tion. The management and repairs Carpenter's South Side Drug store. Her soul put on Iniinorlu! wings o of such roads by private individuals And Nought Un lionib are more trouble and expense than It wus hard toulve jou up, with .ii.i, jru.' cet ueur bube. In Hn..veu we inoiv profit. It is a responsibility and an- fuco we neveryou. s Matrimony. hope to Ood knew best when b took noyance to the private stockholders, you ton meet houie-t- hu utiKel ot bringing any pecuniary bencone. She Is uuIUmi; at the Cards are out announcing tho mar- withoutthem. Cannot somo arrange- our liuppy boniB hmmm white wiius on miu "111 poitulsrwlthcnmii to efits litlle witch the riage of Miss Annie Ford Milton and ment be made whereby we may have .sIiik her sweetest she v sjuks mid up to meet peiirly cute.s until us eoniln-Haldeman. The wedding a free turnpike systom, with far less our diirlhn; llttloZergto there. Mr. Bruce V AND MAMA. to than at will take place January 20th at 0 p. expenseOur the people probably presfive tolls cost ent? m., at the Second Prosbyterian times as much as it will cost to keep Success in Walton, Ivy, Church in Louisvillo, and immediate- tho pikes in repair by public aid. I ly after the ceremony the happy hope our Court of Claims will make J. C. Robinson, of Walton, writes: somo effort in this young couple will leave for Cuba to 'have free turnpikes,direction. Let us I havo just removed a knot from a possible. if horse's log that was loft from a hurt. spend tho winter. very respectfully, Tho leg is now perfectly smooth and Thos. B. Ford. It is rumored that another swell natural I have a very high regard for Quinn's Ointment, which has acwedding will take place in this city .The Paris Figaro has just published complished tho above result." in February. an Interesting article on "What FOR KENT A brick cottage of Young Girls Should Read." This is Ottered Promotion. all well enough. But it is more im- three rooms, on the hill opposite portant still to know that they should John L. Scott's residence. Possession Mr. George G. Graham, an old always take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup given Sept. 7th. Apply to Henhy Goiwer Frankfort boy, who for tho past eight for their colds. well-know. Bur-din, Mrs. J. Proctor Knott and Mrs. Wicklifie Chapman entertained their lady friends at a euchre party last Saturday afternoon from 3 to 7 o'clock. Th9 prizes were elecant in U IJU1HUIIV IJUWJ, U MIIHMilU and were won by Mrs. Ed. TIensley And simple pleasure that CUDCi always please." and Mrs. John Milam. A delightful To get and keep a healthy body, fiiiDDerwitq served to the cuests at 0 use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Diso'clock. covery, a remedy designed to not only cure all diseases of the throat, Zu Demand. lungs and chest, but keep the body in a thoroughly healthy condition. For the first time in several years ' It eradicates all impurities from the ice creepers have been in demand blood, and overcomes Indigestion and nimnlpfi niifl TllrnlioQ nucnnnui'i Snow fell Tuesday night and Wed- - eruptjon8 disappear, under its use, nesday afternoon and the streets and and your mind can be'at ease" as to ' , sidewalks became so slippery that ypr health. rubber shoes would not prevent a Card Party. person from falling, and the little iron attachments to the heel of a Miss Merrie Gillum gave a card shoe were a great blessing. party last Saturday evening at the father on her residence of On tlie 20th. were Refreshments Broadway. served to the guests at 11 o'clock. Card s of invitation are out for the wedding of Miss Rosalie Stewart, The prizes were won by Miss Bettie youngest daughter of Dr. J. Q. A. Keenon and Mr. Marvin Averill. Stewart, and Mr. John McOlellan I i J ' The county tax supervisors, for Physicians make no more fatal mis- 1892 composed of Messrs. Ben Mar- take than when they inform patients i W. that nervous heart troubles come shall, J. H. Moore, Tip. McCoun,Mon- J. Lewis and John Bridges met from the stomach and are of little consequence. Dr. Franklin Miles, ' dav and adiourned over until next noted JndlMui specialist, has (Monday, and all persons who have tlie . proven tho contrary in his new book' , ,. , . y on "Heart Disease," which may bo oi uieir assessment may nave me had free at J V. Gayle''s wno tecs mid recommends Dr. Miles' opportunity of being heard. New Heart (Jure, which ban the largest sale of any heart remedy Tlie New Mayor In Office. in the world. It. cures nervous and organic heart disease, short breath, Hon. Richard Tobin, the newly fluttoring, pain or tenderness hi the side, arm or shoulder, irregular pulse, elected Mayor, went into office on fainting, smothering, dropsy, etc. Tuesday. His first official acts Avere J is Restorative Nervine cures headto appoint Mr. Jerry Brislan Chief of 2 ache, fits, etc. Police and Mr. Lee Cohen a Chief of Judge Lindsay Appointed. the Fire Department. The former succeeds Mr. B B. JefTers and the Judco William Lindsay was ap- latter Mr. J. Russell Williams. pointed by the President a member Starting Up. Commerce Comof the Inter-Statmission on Tuesday. Tlie appointThe O. F. C. Distillery commenced ment was unsought by Judge Lindsay and therefore a great honor to operations for the season of '9:2 last him. This is a just recognition of an week, the first mash of the season was made at the Hermitage on Tues-- i eminent Kontucky jurist. day and the Cedar Run Distillery will commence running Monday. The A RusH of ISusiuess. other distilleries in this vicinity will The snow and ice on the streets start up in a few days. Wednesday and Thursday caused the blacksmiths to have more business Statu of Ohio, City of Toledo, ss LlU'AS Cocnty, j than they could attend to. Every one Frank J. Cheney makes oath that who owned a horse wanted it rough he is the senior partner of the firm shod, and all day long from fifteen to of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing busitwenty horses could be seen about ness in the City of Toledo, county aforesaid, that said the doors of the shops waiting to be and Statepay the sum and one hunfirm will of "roughed." dred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that canno.t be cured by Better and Better. the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed 'Better than granduer, better than in my presence, this 6th day of Defold, cember, A. D. 18S6. Better than rank a thousand fold, gun-ran- Fatal Mistake. I vill Meet Hlonday. tl ""?""""" . 1 e i i ' Tliis space is reserved for M R. K. McCLURE, Tlo.e St. w SEAL I A. W. Notary Public. ULEASON. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the svstem. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. B&jrSold by all druggists, 75 cents. 3 Olair street ZtsEercliarrt. Death of Miss Brawuer. ter of Mr. Jas. Miss Katie Brawner. eldest daughG. Brawner, died at the residence of her parents in Belle point, on Saturday, after a lingering illnes8with consumption. The funeral took place Monday from the Methodist Church. j Death of Wm. Snow. i AWkW kt w, tfl 111 mv-b- ut brighter-Iinpi'le- r ; ! H 51-t- f. wmmmm uSLSKL. . I Ltai4f&&tt!ttL ,k itiiiv'.tf.aii,, f-- 'i .iJki-tJtL- mmmm li ,'lillMinAT f tfrif ffafritfi V h9H EEHM wt 6 lrw-wTW- ' SSWPPiFPT ? nf I .rf -- 1 1 5 $ J The Place to Buy Fine Xmas Presents Hie largest line to select from, the lowest prices uul the most useful things to be found in any house in ! I :" V the city. No trouble to show goods, ' I M M SiV Si '4 Give me a call . ix Religious. n ol wrwm ?nd-han- JtSkmM. WK0 Kentucky Central Eailwav "BLUB GRASS ROUTE,'" Shortcstand Quickest routef roii Engine for Sale. I have sc c d gave the proprietor to understand Guar-Scot- t portable s'enm enhe was liberally supplied with that gine, in good order, for s lie ( he ip. (We would lie tr-.- ly obliged to the the wherewith to pay for same. W. T. FEATHERSTDNK. ministers anil officers ol churchc.sin the He selected a fine sut of clothes, Forks of Elkhoin, Kv. city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish underwear, overcoat, mackintosh, made.l walking cane, silk umbrella, shoes, FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL A23 plug hat, hunting suit in all a hunBaptist Ohuuch Sunday-schoat dred or so dollars' worth which 9:30 in the chapel. Public wornhip at were are all piled up together, and 11 and 7:30, conducted by Rev. W. C. before he got through the proprietor Taylor, the pastor. and all the clerks in the house were OF ALL KINDS. busy waiting upon him. He finally Small Fruits. Asparagus. Grape Vines, and everything usually found in Southern Presbyterian Chukcii announced that he would like to purmien an establishment. A lull stock. shot-gu- n Prices Low. wo pay no agents. and "raazer" which Rev. W. Q. Neville will occupy his chase a Descriptive catalogues on application. pulpit at 11 o'clock a. m. the obliging merchant offered to send out and get for him. H. F. HILLENMEYER, and 7 o'clock p. m. Finally, when all the wants of this LEXINGTON, KY. very liberal customer were supplied, Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. the merchant very naturally wanted Oct. Peniok, the rector, will occupy to see the color of his wealth, when his pulpit at Ascension Church to- the negro drew out an unsigned or 01 the Condition ol the morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at der, which read as follows: & copvpicT UN-7:30 p. m. DEPOSIT BAMR OF FRANKFORT "Let the bearer have twenty dol15-4- t. Nurseries ! BLUEGRASS CKNTRAL KKNTUCHY TO ALL POINTS TREES 10-3- m NORTH. EAST. WEST. UNO S01IME5T. ! PAST LINE BETWEEN i LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. NOV. I0T1I. 18'Jl. rfClBOULE IN EFH.LT OOUltl ItOUIili 0.5, ,Ng, 3 Diiij Acconi. Dulo. Excun. Duih Expiest, nisi ,iiiC L 3UI., No 1, Il ft , V STATEMENT At usual services First Presbyterian Church The at 11 xl. conducted by Rev. J. McClusky Blayney, D. D., the pastor. In place of the regular Sunday evening service there will be a Service of Song evening at 7:30. w " What's that ? A new invention To say that the merchant was just a. a little disappointed would hardly ex- which works all the year round? press it, and we will not undertake to give the thoughts he "thunk" not a cuss word escaped his l)ps, oh! no. He mildly informed the colored individual that the order was n. g. and would not cover the bill by a very long shot. One of the disgusted clerks remarked, "and I've lost my breakfast waiting upon you," when the negro replied: "That's nothing, boss, I haven't eaten any thing for t.vo days." Our clothing merchant is now firmly convinced that the blamed "nigger" isan escaped lunatic and should be locked up at once. But don't go around that establishment and make any inquiries about the matter unless you have an accident policy on your life. lars." Lft Ar J.veClucliinatl b lUiuii oliubii. 2 55pln Lvetovingtoii. 0 le.iiu 6lbl'lii, rannouth, y 4uaiu U " Cynlhiana llnJaiii 111)111 4uipu. Arr I'urU. . . lll&uiii lOiplu ti lUpiu " Lexington munii a tsjpn. JJM)Ill ciopui Lve Paris. . . 112Jaiu (i6Upm Arr Winchester mumi Air Richmond Lte Richmond.' Winchester 124Upm 1 30(1111 1 i)5piii 7 05pm I Closed Business, b oupiu usual 'services at the Church of the Good will be conShepherd ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, 'Catholic Church The at 10:30 the pastor. First mass at 8 a. m., second mass a. m. Vespors at 3 p. m. Rev. George will fill his pulpit at the Darsie at Hand Christian Church as usual. Nightsubject, "Joseph, 7:30, the Pure," the second of a series of talks on The Young Men of The Bible. Young men especially invited. Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly prayat er meeting in the Lecture-room- , 7 p. m. Christian Church Born. In this city on JiinunrySd, 1802, to Mr. Henry Ahlerjund wife, a daughter. MUMMY In this cityon Wednesday. January lltli. Ih'Ji to Mr.JaiuetiA Murray ami wife, a son; vveUlit lutj.pouiuts. So. Enp'iise (contingent) Dally No. G, 4 sons and in all cases of blood-taintSOOCO luiereit mid Discount. Dally Ex Sun. No. Dally. 14MM 01 Individual Depositors . .. Express Ex sun, or humors, 110 matter what their State Tux 712 07 4254.175 napie or nature. "Golden Medical Discovery" ia Net earning for six inontln. ending Le Stanford..! 7 05am " Lancaster' $5,983 28 December 31, 1KU tho only Blood and Liver medicine, 7 Uuum Arr Kichmun'd.) Applied us follow: 10 15;ini sold by druggists, guaranteed to $2.32 Ml Dividend No. 47 LveJeilKoT ,T' M5iini! 300 Mi Interest and Discount. Lve Wllila'bb.tf. benefit or cure in every case, on fair ouain ISO Mi Tax ArrCorolii.. . . U 3.5.1111 trial, or money paid for it will To Surplus l.itaas LveCuiH'btlan.i 1.7C0 Ml Had debt charged oil G Maui World's be promptly refunded. $5,085 28 Lve MlridlesVu C SSain 1.1(1 PIlH.vlll... Dispensary Medical Association,.; 7 17am Lve Biirb'rvllle 8 85am H. H. WATSON, Cashicr. Arr Corbln.. . . Proprietors, No. 003 Mam btrcct, 0 2am i) bCani: Sworn and subscribed to befoie me tills 1st da v Lve Ci. ruin. . . Buffalo, N. Y. Lve Loudon , . 2, s, . Surprisin' these days are not like the old times. Bleedin' was the only remedy them days. But now, as you say, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a true remedy for the blood." It's not like tho sarsaparillas, that arc said to be good for the blood in March, April and May. The " Golden Medical Discovery " works equally well at all times, in all sea- DecewBeR Loans and DIeounts Cash Due Iroin Banks 31. 1591. $axW91 b" 21.707 87 1,900 (At 3 31 1.330 HI J.234.175 80 ASSETS. , Lve Livingston.1 :i lopiu Lve London . . ' 4 10)1111 Arr Corbln. . . 4&iilli Berea . . Le Livingston. . 'joupui , SlIQplll1 m LveCorblu. . . . I Furniture Protest Heal Estate 28.5501 Lveiliddlesb'h, Arrcuin'bUup, Lve Corbln. . . Lve Wllda'sb'g.i Lve 1'liinvllle. Lve Darb'rvllle. lillpilll 7tJ5piH 7 65pm 4 50pm GlGpnij i)UUpm 6 dJpiiit U1A.HILITIKK. Surplus Capital Stock Old Dividends Dlvl lend No. 47 $77.4(10 do Arrdciiico.. . . 020pm 1 ullpill 1 45pm f)20pfu Air Stanford. Lve Richmond Lve Lancaster.. . taper ft. 405 00 2,322 Mi 250 ( North-Uouii- , 1 I il I . . oi .laiiuar), lbvj. v. kei:nox. Notary mime. Arr Livinuntfin 111 DIVIDEND NOTICE. Lve Llvliicstou Eve Uerea. . . A dividend of three !)i percent, vv III be paid on the capital stock of the Deposit Hank of Frank- Arr Ulclimond. LV'H Iffrlitnntiil fort after Tuesday, January o, 1K)2. An Winchester I). WATSON, Jan2-2t 11 (Wmi 11 15.U11 llainl 1 G II. Cashier. Large lot of ladies and fjent'e Henderson will preach , at 11 o'clock and in the skatest. at cost at Collins Bros. morning evening at 7:30. 18-l- Methodist Church Rev. H. -- G. Skates. Special Announcement. ' LV'e Winchester Arr Paris Lve Lexington Arr Pari. . . . .... Lve Lve Falmouth.. Art Covington. Arr Cincinnati. Cynthiana 5uii 8 21am 0 2.1.1m 10 J ti 65am 7 10am 7 45am 7 (Wain 7 05 tm 12 41pm 1241pm 1 1 iz nmn 85pm 55pm 2 27pm 2 00pm 2 37pm f 1 I 45pm 25pm 51am 100 m 3 117pm! 101 pill siipiii uoiumij (37pm 6 45pm G45pm 4 d 4pm & fV convenes at 9:30 a. m. The Epworth League will meet in the class room at (5:45 o'clock p. m. Mr. Henderson extonds a cordial invitation to the members of the General Assembly to attend these Sunday-schoo- l services. $Ft. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. Act on a new principle -- regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. 45-l- DR. ACKER'S PILLS ENGLISH s, 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 Tlio Most Successful Itcincdjr ever discovfor mailing same) to Dr. B. J. Kenas It Is In Its effects and does uot Co., Enosburg Fall, Vt. This ered, Keua certaiu dall proor below : ouster. book is now recognized as standard authority upon all diseases of the horse, as its phenominal sale attests, Kendall's Spavin Cure. over four million copies having been sold in the past ton years, a sale Dr. D. J. Kendall LtTTLK Rock, Ark., Aug. X, '90. Co.: never before reached by any publicaClents It Is wllli the greatest satisfaction that I Inform jou that I have cured the foUowiiifrdlecaies: tion in the same period of time. Wo Htveeiioy.Hliuulder IjiiiiiuueNH.StlMo feel confident that our patrons will .flint J.uuieiifiH, Joint l, Jjuuieiiemt In working on Illii.Joliit tforo Knot. I nmeuro appreciate the work, and be glad to IjiuneiieHM und will oil with Kendall's that It avil themselves of this opportunity SpavinI Cure.ever In tho Ibest Liniment for manor beast linvo used. recommend It to all horse a valuable book. of obtaining owners. Horses that I havo worked on are valuable, would It is necessary that you mention but without your Liniment It for be worthless.andI Hpriiliiti who used this paper in sending for the "Treat- have friends cured them. They say It In the best and open for they ever used. Yours truly, E. U. 8. WELLS. ise." This offer will remain 4 only a short time. Wo have made Dr. B. J. Kendall rtlioe-ltol- N'orth-Itoun- MAYSVILLE I1RANCH No. 10, Daily, Ex. Sun. . . No. ta Ex. Sua I ..... 1 i TONIC CURES Arr. Milleriburg Arr. Carlisle. . . Arr, lohitsnn , , Arr. Slaysville,'. ioulh-Iioiin- d Lve. Cincinnati Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington , Lve. 1'irU. . . 7 7 b 8 0 00 a m 55 a m IB 255pm 802 pm 7 7 54 40 1010 . 84am urn a in 0 20 p m (i 15 p ill 1 I 638pm 00pm am 8 30 p m p m No. 9, No. 11 , Daily. Daily, Ex. Sun. Ex, Sun . 5 20 . , G LOSS OF APPETITP., Indigestion, Dyspepsia, NauKpa, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Energy, Weakness of Back, Feelings il Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc.. Etc. pin-mill Lve.Mayiville Lve. Johnson Arr. Arr. Arr. Arr. Lexington Covmaton Lve. Carlisle Lve. Milleriburg .... Paris. . , Cincinnati 50 a 111 7 15 11 111 7 40 U m 8 2811111 If) 51 11 ID 11 557am 227pm 4 11111 150 piu m 320 p m 3 45 pin 0Hnn C37piu 6 45pm 700pm 10pm M M k K?S ' Monto Visto, Colo., Dec. 21, 1889. Are active and pure. For sick headWill Use it in every sick-rooKuosburgh ache, disordered stomach, loss of ap- keep the atmosphere pure and Da. B. J. Kendall Co.,1H31 1 treated Kails, Vt.: dents-I- ii with Kendall's the year In use for 2i years bv eminent pliyslclnii' petite, bad complexion and billious-HesSpavin Cure a IliiuoSiuivluof seven years stand nil KtiruomiH tu the United Hiatex, and been equaled, wholesome; removing all bad odors lng nearly as lurgoux a liens cks mid completely they have never need by tliein the beHl TONIi; hxIhiu stopped the lamencxs and removed tho enlargeeither in America or abroad. U eure where all others fall. Try It uud be ment. Dave worked tho horso very hard ever from any source. convinced. Ask your Druuglst for It since, he never has shown any lameness neither 9 J. W. Gayle, Druggist the hock. Will destroy all Disease Germs. can I see any difference lu the slzuF.ofO. COOLEY. Yours truly, PltlCE, $1.00 PEB BOTTLE. infection from all Fevers and ail A Liberal Buyer. contagious diseases. JPrtee $1 per bottle, or tx bottte for J, EO RAY & CO., Manfs, and Proprs., The eminent physician, J. Mari- $S, All dru(gtata have it or ettn yet It A colored man went into one of ICY. for you, or it will be sent to any on receipt of price by the propriour leading clothing and, furnishing on Sims, of New York, says: "1 W.' E. AVERILL, Sole Agent, establishments yesterday morning am convinced that Prof. Darby's etor. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., early and announced that he wished Prophylactic Fluid is a most vnlu Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. Frankfor. Ky. 21 ,Tunel3-ly- , Ml l If, a wedding outfit, and able disinfectant " atl-dre- ta Darby's Prophylactic Kendall's Spavin Cure. 0. r.ATMOltE. (Sen. Puss. Agt. (ieneral Olllces, Louisville, Ky. P. F. D. MOUSE, Asst. (len'l Pass. Ag't. Ofllce, Chnmberof Commerce-Dldg.Cincinnati, O. No. 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 2 Huns dally except Sunday from Lexington m Cincinnati. No.l Huns dally No. 4 -- Huns daily from all stations except the Rowland Division, which Is dully except Sunday. No. G Dally except Sunday. No 5. runs dally except Sunday between Cincinnati and Lexington. No, 10 Purls and Lexington Accommodation dully. Leaves Lexington 10,00a. 111. Arrives Purld , S. It KNOTT, Truillc MimiiKPr. M fj w 1 )l ft 10: 5 11. 111 IA.ItI, Cincinnati 5.15 7:05 p. m dully except Sunday. No. 8 Leuves Falmouth G u. m. Arrives Cincinnati 7.65 a. 111., dully except Sunday. No. 7 Falmouth Leaven Accommodation. p. m Arrives Falmouth AS .ii m toV-purchase Nos. land 3 make connections ut Winchester for points on the N.N. & M. V. Hy E. D. No. 1 Curries through curs from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland fiup and all runs dully. .ufcLi- - -- i - n'ft. ;,..v.iw '.a'..;.. 1 1 : FRANKFORT-.;,: Clocks, Silverware, Opera Glasses, Gold Pens, Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses, s I s .. ' . 1 HOLIDAY GOODS. foe F.&.iR'Eia-o-L.s.iR- lIPR' nam: M X. lIHf.B.'ljt'i' T see g? A'fS' - ft ).. 'i- Gold How to ge Tliiu. Headed Canes, &c 223 A Haunted Jail. The Marin county jail in San Rafael is haunted. The ghost who nightiy walks through its corridors with clanking chain had such an effect on Convict "Butchy" Baker, who was confined there for the murder of a fellow conv'ct in San Quentin. that lie pleaded guilty Saturday and was sent to Folsom prison for life. The charge against Baker was not so strong but that he had hopes of escaping with manslaughter, as the fellow he stubbed had threatened to kill him. It was a great surprise tiiereforn when he pleaded guilty to murder. A reporter found laker pacing the corridor in front of his nell. He present-.ea lw-j-; ml appeara.ice. On being asked the reason for pleading guilty, he eaid he would be willing to submit to any punishment to escape confinement in the jail. "The place is haunted," said he "Every night about II o'cloH; I have been awakened by uoiss of heavy weights dropping on the concrete floors, rattling of chains, Hamming of irou doors and the steady tramp of eome spook. This tiling b:.vame 1111b' to me. and had I nut pleaded guilty 1 would have been iimuo beforn my trial was over." Some time ago a prisoner named A. "go, an arrested for burglaiy. made an attempt to escape by sawing the iron bars from his window. His attempted escape was discovered, and that same evening lie hanged himself in his cell. Prisoners confined in tho jail at the time declared Argo made his appearance nightly thereafter. When Baker first complained of the nightly visitant a. deputy watched for nocturnal intruders. The first night he heard unmis takable sounds proceeding from the tanks where Baker was confined. An examination revealed no cause for tho strange uirses. The reputation the jail has gained on account of, its spook is well known among the tramp fraternity, and they give it a wide berth. San Francisco Letter. d SAI-NTO- ? CLAIB STREET. flfrT ' m I"1"1 "" MtlirwirTiiiftViiii'iiirr'irf"" beautifuTTittle city of ours than any other man of his age who claims Frankfort ns his home, prompted by no selfish motive at all, but simply trying to do good. Yet I have heard, in the past few days, from the lips of some of the very young men he is trying to save from debauohery, crime and perhaps a drunkard's graye, such expressions as "Miles should attend to.his own business,1' "Mr. Miles should practice what he f : jf. it m V u-- ;.)( 1! i'i t i; The only safe and reliable treatment for obesity, (superflous fat) 1b the "Leverette" Obesity Pills, which gradually reduced the weight and measurement. No injury or inconvenienceLeaves no wrinkles acts by absorption. This cure is founded upon the most 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 gratifying results. Mr. Henry Perkins, 29 Union Park, Boston, writes: From the use of the '"Loverette" Obesity Pills my weight has been reproduced ten pounds in three weeks and my general health is very much improved. The principles of your treatment are fully indorsed by any family physician. In proof of my gratitude I herewith give you permission to use my name if you desire to do so. Price 2.00 per package, or three packages for $5.00 by registered mail. All orders supplied direct from our ofllce. 10-l- ftgtC FOJl URE Cl jtfUL MTa NEfrUCtffc.D. UU&5N5I1UNY0FIMI mif ue 'HAS BKH USttt VMTH fUS CELEBRATED REMEDY SUCCESS proaches," &c. Mr. Editor, you know that I have been ''one of the boys" for a long time. You know that I am not otu of the trenches at this writing. You know that there is not a young man in this city more capable of giving good advice to the ''bad boys" tnan myself. I have been there. I have gone all the gaits, and therefore could speaks from experience, but it is not my intention to attempt to give any one advice. I write this simply to extend my thanks to Mr. Miles for his sentiments and fatheny advice, and hope that he will continue to write, as he has commenced, so long as he is able to do so. OLDS fORTHElAST20YEflRS. FOR SAIE EVERYWHERE ONSUM PTI0Nwc!SrmM6 Plants. Bulbs. Seeds, Metal Designs. ra m .' i'J . . The Leverettb Specific Co., Washington street, Boston, Mass. i 339 W fei ft., Peak's Mill. Plenty of snow. Rabbit chasing the amusement. Mr. Lee Penn went to Louisville the first of the week. Mr. Geo. Thomas, of Frankfort, .was summoned to the bed side of his mother, who was dangerously ill the first of the week. H. B. Innes went to Louisville Monday to attend the lectures at Hospital College. Mr. Suter Stafford spent Tuesday with his parents at Switzer. Miss Willie Bacon is visiting friends in Frankfort. Mr. William .Keck and family, of Owonton, and Judge It. E. Gaines and wife, of Bellepoint, visited Mrs. Annie Forsee the first of the week. ,.r w Hv.. I ;i ,N v fe- te i.v !", rl.V- P' IM 0 Electric Bitters. All need no special mention. have used Electric Bitters who sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist, and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money efunded. Price 50 cts. and $ per bottle at South Side drug store. P. II. Carplntek. 5 i-i-. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to Some of the young men now holding good positions will regret they did not take his advice and change their ways when they could have done so without trouble, And without an exposure, as will surely come if they continue their devil ment. Situations, and especially good situations, are hard to ootain, either at home or abroad. I have yet to meet a business man who would condescend to entrust his business to a drunkard, or even a moderate drinker, when the services of so many young men with good morals and good habits can be secuied And I will say right here that loafing is hard work. I have tried it for a long time, and am anxious to get out of the business. Let me say in conclusion that if we had a few more such men as John E. Miles in our community; men who would take the "Prodigal Son" by the hand, lift him up, strengthen him with good advice, instead of giving him a kick while ho is down, happy days, happy thoughts, happy homes would often take the place of drunkenness, idleness and sorrow. I for one am willing to accept all the good advice offered me, no matter who extends it, and I sincerely hope that many others have or will come to the same conclusion. By so doing we can accomplish much and lose nothing. One of the Boys Of microbes Tho ganisms) is a mighty host, Army J which indeed no man can number. Invisible to the naked eye, the poisonous part of this army is the s of all the diseases cause of of the human family they destroy more lives than war, famine, fire, murder and shipwreck combined, and they actually abbreviate the average term of human life by The way to relieve the human body of these microbes is to take Swift's Specific. When this medicine gets well into tho system tho poisonous germ must leave he cannot exist there, henco ho seeks an exit through the pores of the skin. After ho departs, a continued use of the Specific will force out the poison, and the patient is well. Treatise on blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. ) imicro-or-Invi8ible S, J. THOMPSON, NO 9j 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050. RING 2. Rose Buds a Specialty, floral Designs. STILL LOWER! DBest Xnc5.ig:o 131-u.e It is stated, "on very good authority." that the Prince of Wales lias decided that on his return to London ho will take up and interest himself in, oveu more pronouncedly than ho lias hitherto done, the important question the dwellings of the poor. The majority of people know that the prince has already done much in this direction. I11 addition Wale l!ewlK'l. OsQico, 5s?4C-..pror- -- DBeetIDstx3sOsilic-s- , G-ood. 5c x 'it ft i;i l - four-filth- three-fourth- s. i r. to presiding at conferences on tho subject, his royal highness lias figured as a "shimmer." He lias visited some of the most notorious quarters in the East End of the metropolis, peering into thieves' dens and other still more disreputable places, where filth and squalor have been painfully conspicuous. Of course his royal highness has nob been known' at these times, except to perhaps one individual who accompanied him; on more than one occasion he lias not been content with donning shabby attire, but has assumed a wig and a false beard. The prince, however, feels ve-- y keenly on the subject of the ameliora tion of the poorer classes,, auu is desirous to do his best on their behalf. Western Mercury. Till) TruiMiliei'oiiH Teileticope Butf. "SXT-idG-ood- e . Colored. IlPoplIri. for Oomlort, 3Ko Canton IF'la.nnel. 5c. r7yiom were 2sC ZEPlaid. Ootton, 5c ,, 'ic -- was lOc. J. L. RODMAN & SON. BR, W. I. KELLEY, inrrosTSTjfn H Communicated. l'klitor Roundabout: Last Saturday I had the pleasure of reading in the Roundabout a short communication of Mr. John E. Miles, the subject of which was "advice to young men and boys of Frankfort." The only objection I could find to the said communication was its briefness. I have been a constant reader of the Roundabout for many years, s and havo always read Mr. Miles' carefully and with much interest, because ho generally writes what ho knows to be true, and it is written in such a plain, frank manner that any one who can read writing can distinctly understand what he haB to say without roferring to the dictionary. Ido not believe that I exaggerate, Mr. Editor, when I assert that Mr. Miles dovotes more time and more thought to the welfare and pleasure of young men living in thin lot-tor- iutit OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the IflR) j 9JJBhHbiImiv tntt rou I A grave stranger carrying one of those romli mr HHBft i rlHf W)Hlj'ltt pecitl, penonal handy telescope bags stepped from a ittintlon. I un- J.rttkt la brltfljr train at the Union depot Thursday even(itch ny fairly 1. ing, and just as he was passing in front mltlllMnt nirioui IN LEXlNfiTON. KY.. - f tlthtntx, who bag burst its of "a baggage truck the can rata ana Hfs2Sfcfiflyflk)r W. L. Coppersmith don't send bonds and the contents, embraciug alJ wrltt. and who- after Instruction, Sahraay, January, 23, 1892 work to other cities, but does all will Mork Indui a man would naturally (rlouilr, how Jo that ih' instrusted to him in his the article that Saturday, February, 13, 1892. arnlbrca d carry when traveling away from home, building, 234 St. Clair street. Dollar a rear In thtlr onru HhMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical rolled out upon the platform. The truck localltiei. whr came to a halt, and truckmen, trainmen ( jit ration nil (I with little or no ihiIii. Tr thejr live. I nlll alio furuUti REF.UHKNCES and grinning passengers looked on while tho situation or traploim.nl, at hastily scrambled up the goods and "wTMcKee ltardfe. Frankfort, Ky. which you can A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. The best salve in the world foi he earn that amount. secured them as best ho could within the J. K. SI. (lober, Frankfort. Ky. Dr. I charge Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt straps of the bags. He was marching .1. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. reeelra nothing u n V. Herberleh. Frankfort, hy. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, off with tho air of one whom misfortune hev. L. l. llulett, Uensou. Ky. at aboro. Nothing difficult A. 11. SIct'lure, Frankfort, Ky. to learu, or that Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, rtnnhl 1101 crush when the same catas Ky. V. J. hulie.Fruiikfort, requires much his aeaire uuv uiue. David Sloore, Heusun. Ky. and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- trophe happened again, and again platone person from traveling equipments strewed the .las. SI. Wlthrow, Frankfoit, Ky. each district or tively cures Piles, or no pay re- form. This time a fellow passenger countv. I haveal UK. KKLLKY'S ofllce and residence Is at 'JO'J ready taught and quired. It is guaranteed to give helped him pick them up, and lie finally West Elttlith street, Cincinnati, ami where he may provided with employment a larser ATU R muue hib exit with tho disrupted bag be found every day of each week oxcept Sdiseases number wrho are perfect satisfaction, or money re under his una and a slowly unwiudiug DAYS, rtiinrhlets describing these a Year, mode ot treatment sent free to anyone making ovrraThret 'thousand DollarsAlter you each. All Isirnew. the you Knovr an, .uu,.urf.to runnopariiciutirs ll'cs;. funded. Price 25 cents per box. ball of pink string trailing its lengthen- anducilreKHliiK V. I. KELLEY, SI. D.. by "ucluda go further, why, no harm Is dona. Addrtss, " C. AI.I.i:, Ilux 4VO, Aitisiialit, Mitluc. For sale by South Side drug store ing way behind him. Springfield (Mum.) W. Eight St. Cincinnati, 0. 250 DecD-ly- . Homestead. CONSULTATION FIIEB. P. H. Carpenter. ambition a. PHOENIX HOTEL,, rwimii (JKfL ILvt ou writt.n u ytf If you tiir.n'l, wlidora and lnl.lllrnt 45-l- 'Ihoo-an- y. ISucklcn's Arnica Salve. L .- - . nothing-an- I 1 mg&zr&&z 5-- iy a V.!.' 4. r4 .yiurMtiU .:& ' '' .uU ii QS3Ba9 rn V- - & ST ARKS w Oup Great Slaughter ulllGl WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FKB. 1st. We commence this morning anol her cut, as we are forced to have money. This groat slaughter sale embraces every article in our immense establishment. It seems to us t at every citizen in this community should be interested in this GREAT CUT SALE and come and see what we are doinsr. r- - ' -- J Furnishing Goods. Men's Clothing. Sec 315 pairs Jeans Pants, best quality, $1.50 and 31.75, cut to $1.25. See our 36.50 Overcoats cut Clothing, Clothing. Boys' and Children's. See the $1 Overcoats. See the 35 Suits cut to S3. 50. See the 36.50 Suits 34.50. Shoes! Shoes! See our LidLs Shoes. 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 60c. Shirts cut to 40c. See our 10c. Half Hose. See our Sc. Handkerchiefs. See our 15c. Suspenders. See the greatest cut in Furnishing Goods in this city. Si. i 10 Kid to $4. See our 36 and $j Suits, Sacks and Frocks, cut to 4. See 1,956 Suits, some of them cut 20 per cent., some 30 per cent., into. and some one-hal- f -- See our Ciildren'-Shoc 9jc. to Si. 10. See our 19c. Lidie-s- ' School ' 41 Rubbers only cut to Knee Pants.. Sec our 45c. Boys' See our Men's an-- Boys' Lace and Congress Shoes, $1. 10. The greatest slaughter sale ever known in this city. See our $7 Cape All Wool Overcoat go at 34. Ste the GREATEST SHOE ' Stock in Frankf rt go at a sacrifice. jE.-cttc?jei:e:- h. S"JH-dc3k.JtLJbSL.SS- 5i Main Street, FRANKFORT. IIoiv to Succeed. 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. Dr. Weightnovel appeals, asking them Jack Royal. a to remember their starving brothers and sisters. Aside from his appeal In selecting a plot for Jack Royal ThiH in the great problem of life lie suggests that a society be formed Wheeler has chosen an interestwhich few sutisfttetorlly solve. Some here similar to that in other sections Mr. story of romantic and dramatic Who has n National Reputation for the fail because of poor health, others of which the heads shall be. some ing Treatment of Chronic and Nervous want of luck, but the majority from three or four ladies of prominence. character. The love theme running and liseascs Treated over Ten Thoustollcient grit wat of nerve. They To them should be sent such offer- throughout is nicely interwoven,hero. Jack Royal is in very truth a and Pitients in the Slate of rc nervous, irresolute, changeable, -- aBiJy pet the blues and "take the ings as can be collected at the differ- The play is written in a prologue and Indiana Last Year. throughout the ent churches spirits down to keep the npirits up," city. The offerings to be intrusted five acts. It is military in character. The scene is laid in New York in . shortest and quickest between tints wasting money, time, opportunand by him sent to ity and nerve force. There is nothing to him Sophia Tolstoi, receipts the 1863, and the late civil war forms theto basis. Jack Royal is a young lieu- j Countess CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT, lileo thu Restorative Nervine, be given in order that no misappre- tenant, a graduate of tho class of '59, by the great specialist, Dr hension of misappropriation may who returns from Europe to offer his ' Mileo, to euro all nervous diseases, as As he truly says a little headache, the blues, nervous prostra- arise. at this season will be most services to his country. On the Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Ca:- tion, sleeplessness, neuralgia, St. Vi- salutary. If only the little ones homeward trip ho meets for the first tus' dance, Hts, and hysteria. Trial could be interested. If from their time Kate Dolaplaino, the daughter lisle, h'aplle, Cynthiaaa, Fal of a wealthy New Yorker, with bottles ami lino book of testimonial plenty they could be induced to give whom he is deeply enamored and a at J. W. G ayle's. mouth and Covington. other little ones food and clothes, a who eventually becomes his bride. lesson of sweet charity, of the Some very realistic scenes are por- A Terrible .'Problem. .SK KOI'. TICKETS charitv such as the Christ-chil- d vu ky y,in. trayed, among them the Hudson Pali-- I might have given, will be taught and sades, theKenege tunnels at ManIn another column will be found an never forgotten. hattan villo, the Sanitary Commission, TMIS 111 nUEIIliLSIKIUl TIDE, One need not give any great sum and the forge scene in the Manhattan,' appeal from Mr. Weightnovel in becountrymen. It to this good cause, for by actual Iron Works. Mr. Harry Lacy as Jack THIS TAMIL" MAY 17 lb'M. half of his starving is said tho sum of Royal plays the role with the dash should be carefully read and not, commitation it eight dollars, well applied, will feed ' and efl'ect which are always features P. III. thrown aside and forgotten, for the one person for eight months, or until 01 nis acting, lie is painstaking and No. 7, TIUINS , , j inEight dollars, picturesque in his performance, and the next harvest time. problem presented the world is Mixed. i ns. tho hat deed a terrible one. In "Free of aprice of a life or cloak, the price from first to last sustained the inter-- 1 lv. l'laiiKioifrr 6 SO I) m 4 00 iFn in Russia. Will est of the character human " Eiki.orn. . li 41 5 &n Mr. L'icy is 4 12 Russia," is a letter from Tolstoi, and not some one help tho Doctor to ' ftVMizer. . . . 0 l'J .0 0!) JS 12 4,t supported y a competent company; i st.iiM (iro'd. 7 Hi b Zi another from his wife Sophia. Lack start this fund. i as '1 07 tho Kate Delaplnine of Mis3 Al (eortfeiowu . 7 21 b io 5 00 I 47 The most pathetic appeal we could Le Baron and Judgo Illwind ofLisette Harry of space in this issue prevents our write is as nothing beside the followLv (itMiigi'u, via y. k C. . . Ilotto being most artistic pieces of 7 25 7 20 sen; 6 21 giving them verbatim, but some of ing from tho pen of tho Countess Ar. ojnulniiatl. 1U 16 lUlo 000 ' 25 660 the general facts demand attention. Tolstoi: "Every day that we spend acting. Opera Lv. (Jeoivtiotwi 0 0j 205" House Saturday, Jan- At the " Newtown. . every mouthful 7 4U 7 05 That in Russia millions are threat- in a warm house, 5 l'J 223 " Centievllle 760 7 16 4 Ml 2 43 ened with starvation, there seems no that we eat seems to reproach us with j uaryv9th. Ar. Paris . . Kill 7 115' 48 K, the thought that in this very moment Lv. l'.llls.viaA.C. doubt. The cause of it, the failure of some one Is dying of hunger. All of SIIILOIPS CATARRH REMEDY. . 4 25 7sa " Covington . . III II UU7 the corn crop over a third of Russia, us who live here in Moscow in luxury A marvelous cure for Catarrh, L. P. Cincinnati M. D. Ar. Paris . . . . j jo GO (145 most fertilo part, and cannot bear to see the slightest Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Lv and that third the via K. C. 7 55 6 Id Carlisle pain suffered by our own children Headache. With each bottle there 8 1.1 Ii25 on which the remaining two-thir10 1(1 7 55 The Cilebrnted Specialist, mid ('resident of the Ar, MuysMlle, now should the sight of depended for subsistence. desperate orwe endure mothers look is an ingenious nasal Injectorr.ffor the Medic iliuid ftuitrlc.it Institute. has always L. PurlsvlaK.O.1 stupified 11 21 5 4b more successful treatment tlinwft a sensation Winchester . U 15 Failing harvests in other countries ing on while tneir children die of' complaints without oxtm charim. Louisville, Ky .who miscreated suchdiseases that ami mound Louisville by curlim p in billled the medical fiaternlty Price 50c. Sold by J. W. Oaylk. 37 special leanest ot many patrons ofIn ttiiit city, by Ar. Richmond. the export of grain from hunger or cold. have caused 7 20 and mound A. M. U. M.I)'. 3I.A. ourtown, win visit I'rnnUfoit at the Russia, and the result is that in her JI.II.M The Milk Turned Sour iAo.oi.Vi 2, 1, No t, No 12 hour of need she has no resources to li you nave a ouggy, carriage or TltAINS WE&T. i aim. rilia (No. i:Ht, Mix Mix. Capital Hotel, January 2, 1H02, j luniyirram. trntn.l train. train draw from. In the threatened famine I will not tell you her name, jnjj. sot of harness which needs repairing Lv lllchmond via Until 3 o'clock p. in. of 1840 there were old stores of corn one of the neighbors says that during Harness Compaq' on oast Broadway. K. C mo 05 Ore day ciily Treats till Curable Medical mid to draw from, but the custom of her bnel visit the other day tho milk All work promptly executed. 7 15 1 ." Winchester . Surgical Pleases, CiossEws straightened wlth-o- Paris turned sour. Her countenance looks 7 4H I'aln. Cancers cuied without knlle or Costlc, storing away grain has died out. a yard long. She sighs perpetually, j 2J3 Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Diseases of the Hih. Lv.Mii)sville via' Even where there is money it is re- The cloud on her brow is deep. If Nose. Throat uiul I.uiikh, Dyspepsia, Hrltjlit's Eur. K. u 5 20 50 " Cai lisle . . . Scientific American blse.tse.lilubetis.KMiiejs, Liver. Hlnililer.Cliioiilc 20 r60 ported that starvation is still immi- beaten out thin, I believe it would Ai Paris 7 40 rriuuiu ttnii rAii u junrinrrt 4 10 Agenoy for Olt KITS OlTltKD. KPlLEPoY nent for there is no grain to buy. cover tho sky. Her voice is doleful, Lv. Cincinnati via 1'iMiriVK lilAIHNTEK. and her eyes show no radiance. Her K. C. 2 20 Ynimi: uiul middle used men sulTeiliiK from These facts coming more and more wrinkles are numberless. She is a Covlnutan . . 2 20 SperniatoThea mid Imiioteiicy. astlie result of Ar. Paris . . . . before the people are creating a sorry picture, and all because sho is 6 37 In outh or excess In mature jears mid causes, produclm: some of the following Lv. Paris . . . . 0 01) 8 30 G20 ther panic throughout the country, and it the victim of one of those complaints 4 30 ' Contrevllle . 9 20 eUects. us emission, blotches, debility, nervous00 ness, dtezlness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to seems possible that to the horrors of common to women. Hera system is " Newtown . . 9 30 8 50 C3!l 9(V2 0 49 DID course of deranged. She needs society, defective memory mid sexu il exhaustion, Ar.fi eoretov?n 9 45 10 02 704 5 famine will bo added those ol insurOAVEATS. which unlit the victim for business or marriage, with Dr. Pierce's FaTRADC MARKG. are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious, Lv.Clncliiatl vial on rection. At first it was hoped that vorite Prescription. This will eradiQ. AC. . . . 7 7 00 4 00 DESIGN PATENTS 111,001) AND SKIN MSfcASI'.S. us sore tluoat, the picturos of misery were over- cate thoroughly those excruciating lK.'.n.J?Fl?a$!n nnd COPYRIGHTS, etc. falllni; 01 hulr, and complications, eruptions, etc., Ar, (ifeorijetomi .. '1002 1002 7 04 n pain In the bones, periodical pains and functional weakL. fieorsotown 10 02" 11102 7 00 i5i 'ro Handbook wrlto to MUNN drawn, but careful calculation has nesses incident to her sex, and at tho Oldest & CO.. 301 NuoADWAY, NlSW Yoillf. are perfectly eradicated without iislnc mercury or " Stnmii. (irod 10 2 10 21 7 31 7 21 bureau for patents In America. ' Swltzer . . . 10 H8 10 3H 7 47 7 50 (lleet, deficiency of same time build up and invigorate Krery Patent takensecuring us Is nrouiiht before other Injurious drugs. (innorrhn-uproven that there Is a out by " all 41 10 1G the public by a notleo Blven free, of charges iu tho Stricture, midcured Uilnaiy mid Kidney Troubles Ar Klkhorn. .. .. 10 m 11 OH 7 55 8 101 g bytreatnient that has never 75,000,000 bushels of corn, and that her whole system by its Frankfort lire speedily 8 10 8 40 li Ho undertakes 110 Incurable cases, but failed. Influence. A trial bottle will Nos. 1. 2. 7, 8 and 12 dally except Sunday. NOJ unless something is done Russia will cures thousands given up to die. Hemember the hi i i ii mi , ios. o una u auuu.iys only. date and come eiuly, as his rooms are always predont such a picture of suffering as convince. arepst circulation of any eclontlno paper In tho urimueu wuerever lie stops 3,' ' Hiioarlnfeartent U CONSULTATION FUEE, worm.. BPiond d r Illustrated. No Intelligent W. L. Coppersmith, the Jeweler, is man the world has never soen. Correspondence solicited mid confidential. vERNON CLARK, Ittmenl Passenger Agent. be without it. weekly, HJ.UO suffering millions the leading repairer in tho city. 234 yoari shouldbiz months. litHmdi m ffKTkr f. rr a Address THE SOUTHERN MED. SUltG. IN8T., t)M To America the CLAUDE ni)WLS, aty Ticket Agent. ' VcuusuEitH.SJl Broadway, New fork. G10 Stli St., Louisville, Ky. y. Oct. appeal. To the people of this section St. Clair street. (JENERILOFFICITS. KRANKKORT. KY. nn ::;::i::. I iX 1 d 1 1 1 1 1 1 self-deni- al fi-o- e - ! I , I ff" sC :: I , 7" I JS f H Walter. ds 111 111 G 1 15-t- f. ut & -- j j jy.j'iM jjtottMfam A .... .... 1 H I .st'lf-iilius- c D 11) self-treatme- nt tay-3ypli-llU . i health-impartin- gtxmtiih Ac 15-l- y. 17-- 1