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Number 19 Communicated. tartar baking powder Highest of all in leavening strength. Zalest IT. S. Gov't Food Hieporl. VMbU , VWi I k" 'iiiiiiiij HateS- - jjBBa----:ja- a ABSOLUTELY PURE. Established by Government Tests the Standard Baking Powder. The very Giant of leavening agents. Has a largdr use than all other cream of tartar baking powders combined. IE.' K l'klitor Roundabout: In your last issue "ono oft he boys" approves what I had to say in my last I will try letter1 about "tho boys." and not oilend any of them, if it is possible not to do so. I will not tell any of their names, unless it becomes necessary that I should do so, then not with the intention of injuring them, but with tho sole object of doing them good. Iloneyed words and warning sometimes lull to call the boys to a halt. It takes blows to attract their attention I mean by blows that their names must be called out in school. When a school boy I have been called out in tho middle of the floor when I did anything very bad and made to stand on one fool for several minutes at a time. Every time the foot that was held up went to the floor it would get a cut from the tip end of a four loot beech or hickory switch, which was very humiliating on account of having been dono before the whole school. "The boys" laughed at me, the girls looking at and ieeling sorry for me. I learned in after life why this was done and am convinced it was for ray good. The remedy was severe but the good that followed it-wa- s F tp. Main and Brnadway, ti HOLIDAY cles. GOODS. Are you looking for Christmas persents? If so, don't forget our large line of useful artiCHAIRS, ROCKERS, FANCY TABLES, CABINETS, BOOK CASES, EASELS, PICTURES, PICTURE FRAMES, RUGS, PIANO AND STAND' LAMPS, TABLE Prof. HAtNES, of Rush Medical College, Consulting Chemist Chicago Board of Health : " I find the Royal Baking Powder superior to all the.others in every respect." ' Dr. H. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist: "The Royal is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder made." Prof. PALMER, University of Illinois : "I find Royal Baking Powder invariably composed of wholesome ingredients, entirely free1 from adulteration or impurities of any kind." ' . impossible to make a. purer or stronger baking powder than the San Francisco Board of Health: "In our judgment it is Royal." The N. Y. STATE ANALYST: "The Royal Baking Powder is superior to any other powder which I have examined." The Minnesota State Chemist: of the best baking powders made." wholesome." "I consider the Royal one Wisconsin Food Commissioner: "Royal Baking Powder is of high and uniform strength and quality ; its ingredients pure and free from any deleterious or injurious substance.", Indiana State Chemist: " Royal Baking Powder is perfectly & U Avoid all baking powders that require larger cans than the Royal to hold an equal weight. This is sure evidence of their adulteration. fcv plr The Coming man. A oulr of verr clmb'oy IeH, Knotted In scarlet ho e: A of little stu by boon. With rather ilonbtt il toon: A little kilt, a little coat, Cut us mother on And lo! before u stands In s ate The Intuie s "coming man ' Ills eyes perchance, will read tho stars. And search their unknown w,tvs; Percli'inco tho human heart and sinl Will open to their gare; Perchance their Iceei and llashlu? glance Will be a nations light Tboseeyes that are now M.t On soma "big fellows'" klto. ' Those hands -- those busy hands So sticky. Miinll and drown: Those hands whim mission seems To null all order down Who kuons what latent strength ma; ha Hidden within their chisp, Though now 'tis butu tan") slick In sturdy hold they grasp. wi-it- present. v side, and there were about thirty Commonwealth's witnesses, and every effort was made to convict him, but tho court decided that the evidence was not sufiloient to hold him over. Upon being released, the arose and made a declaration of innocence, and then asked the audience to kneel in prayer with him, which it did. At the conclusion of his prayer almost every one was visibly affected, some shedding tears, and he was congratulated by many. It was an unusually solemn scone, and one long to be remembered by those nc-cus- od Is Your Nerve Steady, Or do you tremblo and feel that you are breaking; that your nervous system is giving way. If you have a weak, nervous system the very best thing you can do is to begtn using Dr. Hale's Housohold Tea. It is tho finest Nerve Tonic known and will restore you to health and vigor. Don't delay. Got a free sam- y at Carpenter's South Side Ele to-da- That hasnotloiriiHlto pl.n! Whate'er the future holds in store, (Sod bless tho "coming man I" oinervllle Jo iriinl. Ah. blessings on tlioso little ham's, Whose work Is yof lrulont!" And blessings on those little feet, Whose race Ii jet uuriinj And blessliiKs on tho little brain y to-da- Mrs. H. E. Welman, M 2 Linn St., JanoBVille,Vis., under date of Juno 10, writes the following: Kenyon &Thomas,sir8: 1 was confined to my bed four months with inflammation of the right ovary; had a good physician,' tried almost everything, ot very little help until I tried your r. Halo's Household Ointment, about four months ago. It has done wonders for me. I can do quite a good day's work. I have every reason to believe that it will entirely cure me. I am also using your Dr. Halo's Household Tea with good results. Sincerely yours, Store. 3 No., Advertised Letters at Frankfort, Ky, Bovs. O do not claim to be Derfect. Perfection in any human being out side or (Jurist was never Known on earth. We can attain unto perfection. Try to do right, then if you fail try COVERS, again Never let imperfection become a habit with us. As I said in my last, habits formed, whether good or bad, generally stay with us, hence tho HEADRESTS, GLOVE AND nocesBity of forming good habits. I have always heard "it was hard to GASES. learn an old dog new tricks." The tricks had to be learned while the dog wob young. The same idea, or Lace and heavy curtains in great variety. rather the same fact, extends to horses. The owner of a colt who If so desired, purchases made. now can be laid away for future fails to harness him, up and train it, that is make it exorcise in all the delivery. Call and examine our stock. Prices lowest. horse. gaits, fails to make a first-clas-s The same with children. Now, parents, this is intended for you. When you fail to train, in plain English to make your child walk in the paths of rectitude and virtue in other words who fail to observe obedience from them in all things ruin your child. Tho boys who are keeping late hours and carousing know they are doing wrong. Let me urge you to cut loose from all evil associates not cut loose next week, next month or next year.but right now. This thing of putting off to some future time never amounts to anything. Promises made and broken, and continuously made and broken, there is not much hope for them who do it, but still I hope. The boys who will read this will know hoW continually I have talked with them, I have never given A large line of them up. When a young man loses his honor, fails to keep his word, things are getting mighty threadrEZzii-v-e- s, bare. Honor is everything to man O-ujc- is or boy. A young man promised me volunA:m.-ojnLitioz3., -tarily sometime since he would never drink another drop of liquor. This All useful Christmas Presents. young man was seen Friday night a "week ago in a drunken row with eight or ten others, after midnight. All of them had to be put out of the irbuso they were in by the chief of police, tho cniet naving oeen canea in for the purpose. The young man spoken of has a splondid position and one redeeming feature in him is I saw him at church Sunday for the first time for several weeks. I hope and pray that he will do as ho promised me he would. Ho is a bright young man and deserves a better life than he is living. I can say this not only of him but of most Ch.ia.rch.. of the boys. 'I saw two accounts last week against two young mon, ono of them a married young man, from a very questionable source, ono for 12 the other $47 in the hands of officers, with instructions if not paid to bring suit on them. I promised brevity nnd must oloso for this time. Yours truly, John E. Miles. certain. HANDKERCHIEF H. r.-- r Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperiei. C. F. BROWER A CO. WE HAVE ixig and Straps, ISazois and Four Blade PocJset Knife J. 25C Svioosssor to Cray & JACOB S WIGERT & CO., oust Have Removed From the Batzell Building H101 This great medicine is for sale at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. 3 MitB. H. E. Wellman. Solemn Scene In Court. Tho Paiutsvillo Paragraph doscibes this impressive and somowhat novel scene in the Salyorsville corresponW. T. Diskins, who was arrested on the charge of burning the barn of H. G. Arnott, had his oxamining trial last week before L. 0. Prather, J. P. There woro four lawyers on each dence Why don't you -always keep on' hand a bottle of Dr. Hale's Housohold Cough Oure to allay Amy, Hold, Mary Lin n Hatal.-of tho first irritation caused by a sudden Anderson, Lar Johnson, Mrs. This is the finest remedy in tho cold. Marie Arvill, William every kind of cough. You They will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a Berry, Mrs. Ola- - Jnnipor. Mrs. Sal-li- e world for feel the good effeot of the first dose, short time. rinda and by thorough using your cough is Lang, Mrs. Lula Burns, John soon cured. 25 and 50o. bottles at Burns, Mrs. Jeff MoEnnan, James Carpenter's South Side Drug Stbre. r M. BE ATT Y, Mrs. M. Melwor, John Krower, G. 3 . Mullin. Miss Jessie E. . I Attorney at Lxo& Real Ettalt Agt.) Blanton, MissMin Nane, Mrs. Jano makes a UKATTYVILLi:, LEU, CO. W. I. Coppersmith "W. nio Pinkerton,Rev. T23:23- specialty of fine work. Resetting H. Bent, Peter nitACTICES IN LEK, nRKATUlTT, WOLFE, 1 Kritlll, Jiickiion, Powell, Clay and other Boston, Marshall Rody, Mrs. Betsy diamonds, etc 231 St. Clair street. countloa Rogers, Huston Bond, Wm. Sept. Bond, Waltor D. Sudduth, James II. Sandlin, Wm. A. Carter, D. L. "W.L. Coppersmith, the jeweler, is Cox, Miss Mollio Wilson, Corn the leading ropairor in tho city. 234 CHINN, Eve, Miss Ella Watts, Miss Laura St. Clair street. Haywood, A. J. When onlling for these letters sny nd- W. L. Coppersmith, tho jeweler, Will practice in all State Courts. Of. Yertised. does the best of work at moderate fice second floor, Cuitom House. f. M. Saitkll, prices. Call and see. 234 St. Clair FRANKFORT, KY. Jun.30-lr- . . 4fi.ly. Postmaster. street. Below will bo found a list of ndvortised letters for the week ending Jnu. 16th, 1802: Arc You in It; If not, why not? AND 102 Basement ixisr s,x,2E:EI,I,, to the Capital KM STREET,- !J H. MATTEE1T, 45-l- y. 45-l- y. riitiiiiittr, "W. J. I. JR, 334MAINSTRHKT, .ikl 1 i.Ltf&ibJ&.:iti& mi VJ. Ji. i.nj . rmm' ISbK ing friends. Assistant Adjutant General Frank Richardson has returned from a visit to Hopkinsville. Mr. Warren Buckley, of Chicago, was in the city the first of the week Visiting relatives. jUiss Laura Keans, of Covington, is visiting Miss Margaret Dudley, at. the Capital Hotel. Mr. Urey Woodson, of the Owensboro Messenger, was in the city the first of the week. Mr. Gus. Straus, of the Courier-JournJob Printing Company, was city Monday. in the Mrs. Sam Gaines has returned to her home in Mavsville after a visit to her sister in this county. Miss Lida Carrico, who has been with friends here for a few weeks, has returned to Owensboro. Miss Birdie Brown has returned from a visit to her brother, Dr. John Young Brown, at Anchorage. Councilman John W. Payne has been quite ill at his home in South Frankfort, but is improving. Mr. D. Mead Woodson and wife, of Nicholasville, are visiting his sister, Mrs. L. F. Woods, on High street. Mr. Woodson has been a resident of Glasgow, Virginia, for the past two years. Mr. James Costigan and family, of Rowan county, are visiting Capt. al is endowed with wonderful Mr. R. M. Aldridgc, who has been musical talent, which she is ambiquite ill, is improving. Reception. tions fo improve and develop, and Miss Todd Saffoll was in Louisville when the entertainment comes off there should be a largo audience on Mrs. G. T. Blackley received her a few days last week. many lady friends Thursday afterMr. Ed. Posey was in Lexington on hand to encourage the young lady in her laudible ambition. A splendid noon from 12 to 2. Saxton's orchesSunday visiting friends. programme is being arranged for tra, of Lexington, furnished the Hon. L. T. Applegato, of Falmouth, music. From 6 to 8 o'clock in tho the occasion. was in the city Tuesday. evening Bhe received her young Mrs. A. F. Respass has returned Change Management. friends in honor of Miss Eva Hoge. of from a visit to Maysville. Mr. W. B. Moody has sold an interMiss Rose Crittenden has returned It Got There. est in the Henry County Local to from a visit to Owensboro. anu me styie juugu uas. v. who 8aya tho Roose bone (lont Miss Henrietta Blackburn spent oi tne nrm now luooay is iearce. ' know ai,about the weather? Just this week with Mrs. Jos. H. Lewis Mr. Pearce has long been connected look up the predictions we made Mr. Tom DeLime, of Louisville, with the paper in the capacity of, early in December from the breast visited his parents here this week. foreman in the office, and we con- - bone of Mr. Alfred B. Read's Thanks-gratulat- e him upon becoming one of giving goose, and see if we did not Miss Sallie Barkley, of Greenville, is visiting Mrs. "V. H. Yost in this city. the proprietors. There are not two hit the weather to a gnats heel. Mr. John H. Milliken and wife, of more clover gentlemen connected Louisville, were in the city last week. with the press of Kentucky than Will Mouses. Filled Moody and has returned tho Local Jim P,earce, and we wiBh Mr. Fayette Hewitt increased prosperity under The present cold spell has enabled from a business trip to Middlesbor-ough- . the new management. almost all of our citizens who have ice houses to fill them with ice four ' Miss Duke, of Lexington, is visitWants It Held Up. or five inches thick. The first of the ing Miss Christine Reynolds, at Judge William Lindsay, of this week it was nice and clear but the Fleetwood. sleet and snow of Tuesday and Wed Mr. Thos. Green, of Louisville, was city, is in Washington, and it was nesday damaged it somewhat, though in the city the first of the week visit- stated in tho daily papers on Thurs- the wagons began hauling again on offday requested he Cox J entertainments given hero lately for the various objects, and tho amateur Mr. Ed. 0. Leigh visited friendB in musical talent of the city, under the leadership of Prof Wayland Graham, Louisville Monday. Mies Lizzie Scott has returned from have determined to tender her a complimentary benefit at some timo n visit to Louisville. Mr. Jas. Bennett, of Louisville, was in tho near future, as a substantial token of public appreciation. Miss in the city Thursday. Personals. The ISclls Ring: Merrily. Tho ice and snow upon the streets have caused many a sleigh to bo gotten out from the place in which stowed it jvaB several years ago, and tho sleigh bells have been merrily gingling for tho past two or three days. JAY-EYE-S- EE QUfrv uJtif ,t& Mil. J. I. Case, flllckorv Orovo Fnrm. honio Wis., soys: "Atcorirjlnff of w"'cry known remedy, 1 removed n lurpo UnuUi oi .ro years standing, from a 3 year eld Jill;, will, tbrco applications of I i J! bHBKT iHUIJPFtt3V lvSovfc QUINH'S 11 OINTIH?,: i t - Z j & L- C. E. ICoora, preparation I have ever used or heard I heartily recommend It to all Horsemen." Wehaic hundreds o such testimonials, 1 llliU II rrlcc.Sl.50 per bottle. AskyonrdrucBistforlt. If he dow not kitplt.kcml us ic.st(iinpsor silver, fortrlaltox. W. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. of. Is I ho best . iiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiniiiiiiiix ft FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON .1! COLLINS Oik nd H ted Faints, IM ' & BRO., iron, Steel, Hardware, Wall Paper and Decorations.Lime. Piaster, Cement, (Hiss, i Hsnih, Belting, Sash, Blir. ds, Sc., !Fp der. Slxot. aaad. S!h.ells. UNBOF M ALSO A FULL ( Their Sewer and Fhw Pipe, and Rack Salt, 4AIN AND LEWIS STRICT 43-l-AJKFORT KENTUCKY. 1 , had the "Thursday. icers of the Appointment Department n at Washington to hold up his Death of Mr. Church. as a member of the Inter-Stat- e Commerce Commission until familiarly Mr. William Church, he should call for it. This is thought known as "Ruplus Bill," one of the to mean by some of the Judge's most prominent and highly respectfriends that he will yet accept the ed citizens of the Peak's Mill pre- position, though ho has not as yet cinct, died at his home on Thursday ' made know liis intentions. morning, and was buried yesterday afternoon. He was the oldest brother A Level- Head. ' of Messrs. Robert and Jantes Church, Mr. Botts, Representative from who reside on the Owenton pike, Shelby county, in an interview pub three miles from this city. says lished in tne (Jourier-Journal- , "The farmers are not here to block; The Old Original Remedy iwcaus. legislation, nor to attempt any thing radical. We' are in favor of liberal appropriations, both for Capitol Sick people should not be deceived buildings and a World's Fair exby pretenders who talk about""Mi- hibit, but we shall insist that the money is expended for the purposes crobi." , ''germs,"' .. Dncciin," xc., 10 ., w" for which it is intended. We 'don't feJ1 mr. original want to pay for champagne suppers inir ueoule from buying the Microbe tested medicine. "Radam's np nnnil nn tonRf. fiw niiv linrlv ." is now, what you need. Shake, Squire. You are on the Killer" is years has been, It making and for rock. Stay there. more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be deceived. Strength and Health. jom-missio' , that WARD CLAASSE $3 PRACTICAL umber, GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- A -- a s Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, GUARANTEED. ii! JIPS AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Opposite State House, ROOK-KEE- V. ff FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY.. Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. I Catalogue free. Write to i. t( 4 $ P ffl- - IRRYANT ft. STRATTON BUSINESS B" COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY, i ppraw'i . ..-- i. Entertained by their ' cers. Entertained Her Friends Miss Stella McEnnis, the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr. W. W. McEnnis, of Bellepoint, entertained a few of her friends at a the abovo named place on Wednesday-evenin- g last. The charming manner in which sho received her friends proves her to bp tho champion of" entertainers. All kinds of tho latest games wero played, and a very sump, tuous repast was spread at a which all partook heartily-Th- o of late-hour- 6U i i C which persons living along the line Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, of the road can attend tho leading Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, plays in this city and Paris at a small and all Skin Eruptions, and posicost. tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give To Compliment Miss Cox. perfect satisfaction, or money re Price 25 cents per box. Mis Daisy Cox, the accomplished funded. ser- For sale by South Side drug store, young violinist, has given her P. H. Carpenter. vices willingly at all of the amateur 5-- iy Mrb. Emilv Norwood, widow of the days. late Chas. Norwood, and mother of At the next meeting of the Garfield Mr. Ed. 0. Leigh, Private Secre- Mr. Jos. Norwood, of this city, Club, Saturday evening, January 23 tary to Gov. Brown, has rented the died at her home in Louisville on Senator Adams, of Somerset, has cottage residence of Mr. Z. J. Mont- Wednesday, and the remains were kindly promised to address the Club, gomery ,on Shelby Btreet, where he has brought to this city yesterday morn- nothing preventing, and it is especiHis mother ing for interment. The funeral took ally requested that members living gone to out of town be present to hear the and sister, Mrs. M. 0. Leigh and Miss place from the Christian Church. Senator's address. Other members Ora, of Paducah, have removed here School-hous- e Burned. of the Legislature have promised to to make their home with him. be present All Republicans visiting in district No. 15, Frankfort are cordially invited. The school-hous25th. this county, known as the "Sheets Lexington on Meeting in the Sower building on was destroyed by fire Main street. , Kelley, of Cincinnati, School-house- ," Dr. W. I. Phoenix Hotel in Lex- on Tuesday night. The fire was 0. A. Nelson, Pres. will be at the W. H. VanWinklk, Sec'y. ington on Saturday, January 25th, caused by a defective flue. glad to see any of his and would be Ohio Breeder's Assocla- patients in this city who may desire Joseph Haworth. tion. to go up there to consult him. On next Thursday and Friday nights Mr. W. B. Pasig, Pres't of the above superior Cleveland, writes: "I Little Sallie Association at Quinn's Ointment for Joseph Haworth and hisappear at Death of have known Wayts. supporting company will vears. some 01 its cures nave oeen miraculous. For all theOpera House. On Thursday Mr. Little Sallie, tho infant daughter little short of that aro just coming Haworth's great success, "St. Marc, enlargements of Rev. Willis L. Wayts and wife, died on, or of recent origin, it is infallf-- the Soldier of Fortune," will be preat the home of her parents in Louis- ble." sented; on Friday, a double bill conville on Saturday, and the remains sisting of Booth's version of "Ruy Coming Up. were brought to this city for interBias" and Gus Thomas' charming family lot in the Cemement in the The recent snows and rains have curtain Taiser, "A man of the tery Monday morning. caused a rise of several feet in the World." Mr. Haworth is, during tho river and drift was running at a live- present week, in Louisville, where Attend the To ly rate yesterday. he has created a furore. Competent critics say he is destined to bo Arrangements are being made beBuckleu's Arnica Sal Ye. Booth's successor. tween the Kentucky Midland RailThe best salve in the world foi way and the managers of the Opera BEST Houses in this city and Paris by Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt OUR VERY house-keeping. a farm near Forks of Elkhorn and will remove his family to it in a few The rate at which the river was coming up yesterday afternoon indicated that there would ho a log tide, and we may soon expect to see a large delegation of Mountain Boys in Headache, you will find speedy and iiernamcnt relief by taking Electric our city. As most of the mills are idle Sitters. One trial will convince you for want of logs, the arrival of a good .hat this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 60c. at Phil. lots of rafts would be a welcome sight to the employes of the different tf Carpenter's Drugstore. Geo. W. Daniel and wife, on Cross lumber firms in tho city. street. Mr. Costigan has purchased . - If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "LaGrippe" has left you weak and weary, use Eleotric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding those organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted- with Sick A Log Tide. Death of lIrSi Norwood. The members of Capital Lodge, No. 6, 1. O. 0. F., at tho close of tho m eeting on Monday night, were invited by their newly installed officers to repair to Sower & Ahler's hall, where, they found a splendid banquet awaiting them. After supper numerous toasts were given and responses made by the different members of the order and invited guests Noble Grand Thos. Hunter presided r, while and also acted as Will McEnnis did the slight-of-han- d act with the quail on toast. Tho company sat at tho table until nearly twelve o'clock, so highly were they entertained. toast-maste- fa? ( I I irti' m i.i-- l wi t If !t s ' HI many friends of Miss Stella returned home, wishing her many-happ- y returns of the day. Wanted Fur Skins. . Senator Adams to Speak. WILL PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR ALL. marvelous cure for Catarrh, T kinds of Kur Skins at old Tanyard, near KenI mouth and tucky Midland depot, on Clinton street. Diphtheria, Canker JAMES SULLIVAN. Headache. With each bottle there Dec. IMm. is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment cf these complaints without extra charge. Price 50c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 A SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. Rob't:- B. xj-"t7":z":e::k, Frankiik 1 i ) A Good Farm. la the e Messrs. J. S. & L. E. Harvie offer for sale in another column the farm n-iFrankfort, Ky. known as the "Ohoppol" or "St. John" plaoo, on the St. John's and KENTUCKY GO,, RAILWAY UNION Jacksonville Turnpike. This is a good chanco for some tobacco raiser TIME CARD. to secure a nice home and a good farm. EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST, 1890- m comW. L. Coppersmith challenges GOING EAST. parison in workmanship on any Leave Lexington 3:00 p m repairs in his lino. 234 St. Clair Leave Winchester 4:i0 p ra y. I street. 45-l- y. FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. Leave Arrive Arrive Leave Arrive Clay City Lumber Point Three Forks Three Forks Elkatawn. . . ' 41 6 25 p in. p mi p ra . . ' 11:30 a ra 1:25 p ra. Theatre. :35 a ra Leave Elkatawa 10:30 a nv Arrive Three Forks FOR THE LUNG& 6:00 a ra Leave Three Forks 6:05 a m 2 family remedy tor Arrive Lumber Point Ilns been a nover-falllaP COLDS, COUGHS, ONSUKraON,';LA. Arrive Clay City H.S0 a r UUA1V IllhS7l.ft Arrive Winchester. KMIHHIC" nillf.rj 0 30 a ra PNKIJMONIA. CATARKH. INFLUENZA. ACUTE Arrive Lexington ASTHMA, BllONCUiriS. CllttONIC AND COUGH. CHOUP, PLEURISY. PA IN WUOOPIM Connections made at. Lumber Point wltto IN T1IE8IDE AND SPITTING OK BLOOD, und steamer for Beattyvllle. Klkutowa Js nearest ull diseases of the station to Jackson. Ky. Trains between Three-Forn ? A Hall's Balsam GOING WEST. 0 fe s w ks ks Throat, Chest and Lungs PL,B PEC CONSUMPTION, DR. Win. HALL'S BALSAM contains no opium, morphine, norany dcUterlous drug. 1 soothes nndheftlBtheMombnmeof the Lungs, Inllamed nnd poisoned by disease, und prevmts night It is sweats und tightness across the chest. pleasant to the taste. Bo sure and ash: for DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM, und tuke no other. For sale by 1 and Lexington run dally, between Three-Forand JJlkatawn dally. Sundays excepted. J. L. MURPHY. General Passenger Agent WM. CROMWELL. ATTORN EY-AT-LA- Confirm our statement when we say that Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for tho Throat and Lungs. In Whooping Cough and Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. Croup, it is magio and relieves at you a sample bottlo PRICE 25C, 50C.,$I.OO. once. Wo offer free. Remember, this Remedy is sold DR. WM. HALLOO., NEW YORK. Oct. on a positive guarantee. yiffl8X JTW. GAYIiB, Druggist. 9 V' RBAI, BS21ATB AGJBNT. PRACTICE IN THK COURTS 0 Franklin and th adjoining counties, tnJ will also gin tptclAl attention to the purohM and sale ol raal eeUtt, eolltetlon of nU. claim. and the aecotutioo of loans. M v urn r 1nn2M If if I1 1 kysttft yfffj ) JbJM h !fo i'V 3 4"a I hi T, v ft 1 ; Vl M Hii PI &! .; 8 H a (J 8. V IS r i Ifr' Rv- i;s I .1 K S 7 k' 11 I) lik t w tho commission confirm tho appointJAPANESE ment of Jerry Brislan as chief of Will yon heed the warning; the police and Leo Cohen as chief of the f1ftA0l tiro department, which motion was signal perhaps of the Btire approach adopted. of that mora terrible disease ConCommissioner Heffner moved that sumption? Ask yourself If you can go into to tho commission Adopted. the election afford, for the sake of saving 50c, ofpolicemon. xun the risk and do nothing for it. The "We know from experience that follows:result of tho election was ria your cough. Shiloh's Oure will cure 3 votes; Honry Brown Q. It! never falls. This explains why IVfnnlr Dki.tlilnn rocoived Ttntrle, O. X Oinrnntoed Cnro for Pllos of whatever kind flnl more than a Million Bottles were Frank Egbert 3; Pat Corbett 3 and or dogroe External. Inteninl, Illlndor Dlvedlng Itctil b, Chronic. Itccent or eredltiiry. This sold the past year. It relieves croup Hub WhTttington 3. llumedy hits posltlvoly never been known to fall. and whooping cough at once. J 1.00 u box, 0 boxes, for $5.00; sent by innll preTho A written Mothers, do not be without, it. For tutes: following wero elected substi paid on receipt or price. purchaser of Guarantee positively given toeicli lx boxes, lame back, Bide or chest use, Shiloh's Will Gordon, Pat Collins and purchase.! nt one time, to return, tae 5 0(1 when Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W paid if not cured. Guarantee Issued by .1. W Richardson. OAYLK. and LkCOMPTKA (HYLK CO.. DrugGayle. 37 Commissioner Heffner moved that gists and Solo Axents. Frankrort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. the commission go into tho election of firemen. Joseph, the Pure. The following were electedf E. H. A DOMESTIC DIALOGUE. Tdylor, plugman, received. 3 votes: GEORGE DAItSIB. Jim Smith, pipoman, 3 votes; Freci A Triangular Conversation That la Fa- Gordon 3 and Harry McEwing 3. miliar in Many Kespects to All. The following runners were elected: The story of Joseph is the most in- Alex Schneider received 3 votes; W. 'That's only blood ofTn my second teresting, the most touching and the H. Williams 3; Sanford Goin 3 and ,'Ittlos' toe." most wonderful in tbo Old Testa-jnen- t Coley Whitehead 3. "And that?" It Alls the heart with noblo Commissioner Heffner moved that emotions, the eyes with pitying tears, rule 4 governing the fire department "Jus' where I slud off the barn." the mind with lofty conceptions of be amended so as to strike out-th"And this?" life and duty. No young man can word dismiss and substitute suspend, "Dirt." study it and not be made better and which motion was adopted. He is four yt'ars old. His mother purer thereby. Commissioner Flynn moved that His character, so far as the record the clerk notify the chief of police was getting him ready for bod. He flaw. and chief of trie fire department of had blue and black and brown bruises shovs, was absolutely without And when we remember the impar- the election of tho above persons, all over him. She bathed him and put tiality with which the Bible paints which motion was adopted. on his nightgown. Ho said his praythe faults as well as the virtues of Mr. Pat Corbect declined to accept ers. Then ho clambered into the chair its heroes, we may rest assured that opposite her. His expression was ono iew, if any, demerits' mai'red the tho position, and the Commission of angelic pensiveness. Joveiy cnaracter oi josepn. Ana it met again on Wednesday night and "Mamma." was not a mere negative lawlessness elected Mr. Pat Collins to the posieither. He was tried by the severest tion, but when he reported for duty "Yes." tests possible. "Will you give me a pencil and paFor one thing, ho was the favorite on Thursday night the Mayor would per?" child of his old father. Now favorit- not allow him to be assigned to a "What do you want them for?" ism among childron,while productive beat. This was the leading question. 11a of domestic discord and unwise from any standpoint, injures no ono so evaded it. "How," he asked, "do you LIFE IN MINING. CAMPS. spell Omaha?" much as the child toward which it is SB 8 LeM 1 u tiger and Less Noise In Them Tliau exercised, making him wayward, SllO told llllll 1. selfish and every way worthlu Any of tho Largo Cities. . . . 'How do you spell policeman?" a1 k0 less and disagreeable. But if it left 1 There is a fascination about mining b11 1 any bad results on Joseph, they fail lie which, once having possessed a ' She told him that too. V "How do you spell Ora Green and '. to appear. From being the indulged and pot- linn, cannot easily bo shaken off. A' Elihu Greon?,. ted child of his father, he suddenly aliner who has made a good stake by. He was answered m' becomes the Egyptian slave. What selling his locations at first proposes to Iq one of tho beit in t'ho State, and "Can you o are prepared to turn a fearful change! Then under false niiuself to travel, then to settle down one could, spell Tommy Benjamin?' m and did. r accusation of his master's wife, he is In his own original home; but after a1 , , ., . TT ilung into a filthy Egyptian dun- little while he discovers that he him-- ! , out, on short notice, imgeon. Thence after a tea years' h,S! pmk P prisonment ho is elevated to be self has changed, that old ties have' matter over. Finally he drew a long viceroy of Egypt, second only to been broken and. that he is disappoint- - breath and straightened up. lJ:, Pharaoh. Every now experience is a ed in his former associations. Things ,,T fought if I had a piece of paper an ,? severe- tost of his, character, but his at home seem to have inexplicably unexpected promotion is dwindled. An almost irresistible im- - a pencil and I knowed how to spell final and the severest of all. very few can pulse, transferred nostalgia, a long- - every word I would write to Omaha stand prosperity and especially sud- ing forathe clear, bracing mountain air for a policeman to couhj and 'rest Ora den prosperity. But Joseph stood it Green an Elilm Green an Tommy Ben- f, and stood all his trying changes of and the liberal ways of the mines then jarain for f rowin stones at me, an sayin : fortune without betraying at any seizes him Geowblzz! Stlggerr.bat, ji'm ,.' point either flaw or weakness. It is difficult to content one's self Crlsa cross, caraway rat! L The general qualities of his char- with the monotonous life of the staider The patient mother insisted on an acter, as they stand out before us in after having tasted a Journment. When lie was in bed and Ills history, are Frankness and Sincerity, Forbearanco and Forgiveness, raoro exhilarating one. The attraction, his small sister in her cot on the other Serenity and Cheerfulness, Faith and of the mines is not all in the hope of side of the room, he said : Patience, ' Wisdom and Prudence. gain, though that of course has much "Mamma, are we all made out of How easy to illustrate these from the to do with it. The friendships formed, dirt?" v vd vd tPi facts of his lifo. But I have only tho freedom of thought and custom. "Adam was,"he hedged. time to speak in emphasis of his Per"Oh.'cried the wee girl excitedly; sonal Purity. I have called him Jo- the spirit of camaraderie, and the enseph, the Pure, and such he was. tire absence of commercial competition "Jay says God made 'ittle dirls out of There is no greater charm in any have their influence as well. So num- dirt, an den he 'pit on dem! Did he," young man than personal purity. bers of men, having acquired a com- in righteous wrath, 'pit on dem, & r And Joseph's purity stood the ordeal petence in mining, make their head- mamma?" 21 X8 ex-- . of fearful temptation. Repeated quarters in the mining country as Evidently the latter possible fact was 5o posure and solicitation fail to break a matter stillpreference, of necessity. more galling than that of construction its luster. it down or even dim nunareu Not Such men are much not the in habit of from clay. "No one knows exactly one young man in a wouia have resisted successfully, or have faking short trips away, and aro to be how God makes anything. come out unscathed as he did. It met with all through the highways and "Can he see in here?" queried Jim. demonstrates how clean he was in byways of travel. To be able to lead f. ----"Yes." thought and desire, how strong in this pleasant, independent lifo is the "If 'twas an iron house, could ho?" his moral integrity and how absolute "Yes." in his obedience to the dictates of dream of the less fortunate onos. Miners are very apt to disparage their callconscience. "If 'twas an iron house wifout any Three things mightily aided him ing while they are actively engaged in windows, could ho?" in putting aside the temptation to it; they may term it "a dog's lifo," but "Yes. Now go to sleep." unchasteness. Ono was the fact that let them once be freed, mark how they Piped the little maid, "Does God fully trusted him. And his master it ought to bo a strong inducement hanker after it!suppose that a mining make cows?" Some people to live a to every young man "Yes. Now hush!" clean life that his family and his camp is an unusually dangerous sort of "How does he make cows, mamma?" friends trust him, that he has place, full of desperadoes and "hold This the mother was deliberating their good opinion and that he ought ups," where every man carries his life when Jim spoke. to be ashamed to abuse the confiBlank Books of &11 kinds gotten up in the highest style of "Cows!" scornfully. "Cows! God dence thus reposed in him. Joseph in his hand. Tho misconception has been handed down from rougher, wild- don't make cows. God makes calves, was aided also by his own Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates. Job Ho said) "How can J do this er times, and has been kept alive by and they grow Into cows! Don't they, the art. .great wickedness?" EmphaBis on the romancing of tenderfoot newspa- mamma?" "Work of all kinds solicited. the word "J," "I think too much of per correspondents. A man is far safer "Yes. Do shut your eyes, both of myself to descend to such a sin; I in a mining camp than on Cherry Hill, you, and go to sleep!" respect myself too highly to go down New York ; Tar Flat, San Francisco, or Fifteen minutes passed. Surely sho quite that low." And what nope is there for any young man who is des- large areas in any of our cities; much was safo. Surely she might steal down How this splen- more indeed than in parts of London stair. Sho rose noiselessly and sneaked titute of did quality needs cultivation and or Paris. So far as robbery is con- to the door. ' strengthening among the young men cerned ono is not safo anywhere, in tho "Mamma!" murmured a' drowsy of our own community, in order to mountains or in tho towns. voico. , against the snares of unguard them As to affrays of other kinds, a man "Well?" chasteness which aro spread for their who is sober, minds his own business feet. Young men, have "How does he make the calves?" and you too will be saved from "this and does not set up as a lighter would -- Chicago Tribune. great wickedness." always bo lot alone. If ho does not Tho third thing which aided Jo- carry a "gun" so much the better for seph in resisting temptation was tho him, for there is among the roughest Sltiloli's Consumption fear of God. It is written that "The Curp. fear of tho Lord is to hate evil," and characters a certain sense of chivalry, This is beyond question the most which they would call "squareness," it is true. "How can I do this great wickedness and sin against QodV that prevents attack upon nn unarmed successful Cough Medicine we have was the way Joseph put it. In other man. Tho practice of carrying arms is ever sold, a few doses invariably words, "I can not thus transgress not at all universal In the mountains. oure tho worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronohitis, while its wonGod's holy law and bring down upon When pistols aro worn they are kept derful success in the cure of Conmyself his righteous condemnation." And young man, if you have tho fear out of sight. Indeed, thero is not much sumption is without a parallel in tho of God before your oyes, neither can use to u peaceful man in carrying arms history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a you. If you livo every day remem- at all. guarantee, a test whioh no other bering "thou, God, soest me," it will If ho is "hold up" by the "road deter you too from evil, and aid you agents" he is always at a disadvantage, medioine can stand. If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. in maintaining tho personal puritv which is ever the crown and glory of being taken unexpectedly, and when Price 10c, 50c. and 81. If your lungs they have the drop on him a motion are soro, chest or back lame, uso young manuooa. toward the hip pocket would bo to take Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Sold by J. 37 Meeting: of the Police and largo chances. If tho custom, so far as W. Gayle. it: goes, of carrying weapons may someCommislilouers W. L. Coppersmith don't send times lead to unpremeditated fatal enwork to other cities, but does all JANUARY, 11th, 1892. counters, it also has the effect of makPresent Chairman Gault and Com- ing men quiet and cautious about giving that is instrustod to him in his building, 234 St. Clair street. missioners Flynn and Heffner. offense. Albert Williams in Engineer-to- Minutes qf last meeting wero read l . and approved. If you have a buggy, carriage or Commissioner Heffner moved tho Watohes, clocks and jewelry of Bot of harness whioh noods repairing police force be increased one man. standard brand at Coppersmith's, be- take it to tho Kentucky Buggy ana 219 St. Glair Stmt, Up Stairs, Frankfort, Ky. 215,217 Adopted. sides sold at deadrook prices. 234 Harness Company on east Broadway. Commissioner Heffner moved that St. Clair street. All work promptly exoouted. Oil, What a Cougli. A ROUNDABOUT ii I Ma-gofl- ln THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. 1G-I- e Everybody takes itj Everybody reads it. Subscription Only $1 Per Yea?: al, II H i r aI M fc - m i if ?T PT - IFlf - i . f ft? &tk.aiaii &. I t: '.VTS'J .y .,' - to-da- y BINDERY. self-respec- t. self-respeo- t? 'Xl ' 1 ' i STEREOTYPING self-respe-ct in all Its Brandies. A AH work promptly executed, and satisfaction guaranteed. M '! Fire 45-l- y. GEO. A. LEWIS, Proprietor. ui ' ' 1 'i 45-l- y. 15-t- f. A 'if aiii iiTi'i lii'l ir folfr; i jjjAjaNi&XatoAsei'Ji jki.-i- 3 RSfiSl '.". fflp.4 m- r.-- V ' h.'7l i.'KBrmmpmnKnai iuawni'i jw T',V I.'iT Jl'Jf TTj, CTW'Oi T ' ' i i . 'i! V 1' 7H mm nvf j5 HSIbB Nfw,yj,p I m i'.'t m ,V1 & f AlAMKFOBT ROUNDABOUT. at ured at the post-office R' tt; V Mr. J. Mitchum Stephens, formerly soeoDd-eUof this city, who is now the proprietor of the Windsor Hotel, at King-' O. A. US WIS.. Editor aadPibllslur. man, Kansas, together with his wife and son, has gone into the business of ' FRA.NKFORT, JAN. 10, 18!)2. curing cancers. They have formed District Meeting. a corporation under the stylo of tho Boles Cancer Co., and tho officers of A NEW CAPITOL. Tho District Union'of the Farmers the corporation are J. M. Stephens, Wj Alliance for tho seventh Congression- President; Mrs. lone Stephens, ViceAppropriate al district has been callod to assem- Presidont; William Walker Stephens, A Ball to Money to Build One Inble in Lexington on the 25th and 20th Secretary, and Dr. John D. Boles, "ra troduced in the Leginsts. treasurer. islature. A correspondent of tlfe Kansas Resigned. o:xnE City Bulletin of Commerce writes his R. K. Hart, RepOn Tuesday Hon. Both tlie method and results when resentative from Fleming county, Mr. Henry C. Murray has resigned paper in regard to the remedy used Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant intrbduced a bill in the House of the position of Secretary of the by the company as follows: have, seen reputable persons of and re f resiling to the taste, and acts I Representatives to provide for the Frankfort Athletic Club and has unimpeachable who gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, intergrity, of a new State Crfpitol build- been succeeded by Prof. T. M. Tur- warmly endorse the cure from per- Liver and Bowels, cleanses the syserection ing in this city. ner, with whom all business con- sonal knowledge; and I havo read tem effectually, dispels coldn, headThe bill is enlitled "An act to nected with the Club will be trans- testimonials from the most prominent aches and fevers and cities liuliitnal people in Lawrence and throughout Com- acted in future. create a Board of State-hous- e the country, who have been success- constipation. Syrup of Figs is the missioners, and to provide for the fully treated by the Boles remedy, only remedy of its kind ever procreation and completion of the Cap- The Most Pleasant Way. many of whom had been given up by duced, pleasing to the taste and acthe physiolanB. The Boles remedy is ceptable to the stomach, prompt in itol and othtr necssary public buildharmless and is ings at the seat of government." Of preventing tho grippe, colds, vegetable, entirely effects a thorough its action and truly beneficial in its to use tho applied externally, no pain, and very effects, prepared only from the most The bill proposes that this board headaches and fevers is cure, with little or shall consist of nine members, of iquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs, quickly one application often being healthy and agreeable substances, its the Gover- whenever the system needs a gentle, sufficient. The length of time re- many excellent qualities commend it which throe be quired depends upon nor, Lieutenant Governor and At- yet effective cleansing. To be bene- the disease has made, the progress to all and have made it the roost and the preopular remedy known. fited one must get the true remedy vious treatment of physicians in usitorney General. The other six shall Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c manufactured by the California Fig ng1 the knife. be appointed for a term of four years. Syrup Co. only. For sale by all drugfol- and $1 bottles Dy all leading drugThe same paper contains the The board is authorized to employ Any reliable druggist who 17 lowing notice of Mr. Stephens and gists. a Secretary at 1,200 per annum, and gists in 50c. and $1 bottles. may not have it on hand will pronecee-eary- . his hotel: architects that may be found who cure Euchre Club. Lawrence has no hotel which ex- wishesit promptly for any one One hundred thousand dollars to try it Do not accept any ceeds in popularity the favorite is first appropriated from the State Under the management of substitute. thereto a Mrs. Phil. Carpenter and Mrs. W. Windsor, Steohens. who assumed the Treasury, and in addition H. Newhall entertained the Young Mr. J. M. CO. tax of ten cents on all taxable prop- Ladies Euchre Club Wednesday night proprietorship last February, prior CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP SAN FRANCISCO. C.L. to which time he had been manager erty in the State is levied to bo used LOUtSVIlU, Kf. NEW YORK, N.f. on House. is the purpose alone during the at Mrs. Carpenter's residence won the ofthreePftlace building,Tho Windsor 44 for this by a story containing South Side. The prizes were years 1892, 1803 and 1894. It was re- Misses Annie Headley and Sallie well furnished roomB and its location ferred to the Committee on Library Holt, and Messrs. John Coleman and near the Santa Fee depot, close to the make it and Public Officers of which Mr. Frank Halloran. An eleganl supper principal business forstreet, traveling' very convenient the public. The table is supplied with Harris the chairman. As the mat- wad served at 12 o'clock. ! the best the market affords, prepared I ter has' been th'us early brought in and before the Legislature it is to be Mr. Mort Hunley Dead. thethe mostis palatable manner,terms first-classervice The To Young hoped that the bill or a similar one are $1.50 per day, with the usual reMr. Morton Hunley, for many years ductions to regular boarders. Mothers will be pushed through at this sesMr. a resident of the Forks of Elkhorn, Stephens isan ideal mine host, and he sion. estimable wife leave nothing The amount which would be raised where he ran a wagon making shop, and his which contribute to. the comproposed, figured died at his home in Millville, Wood undoneguests. He is a Kentuckian, by the special tax fort 'of upon the assessed valuation for 1891, ford county, last week, aged 70 years. having removed here from Frankfort would be 81,627,040.79 in 3 years, In 1856 he removed from the Forks two years ago, and has made a host which would give us a Capitol that to Sangamon county, Illinois, but of friends in Lawrence. Makes Child Birth Easy. would bo a credit to the State and only remained a few years, returning to this State and locating in Scott A Talented Artist. Shortens Labor, city. county, afterwards removing to MillLessens Pain, The Louisville Truth has this notice Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. ville. A Sad Accident. of a talented Kentucky boy: "One Jlooh to "Mother" mailed FXJSJB. of the most talented young sketch BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. Mr. Poindexter, of Peak's Mill, Where Are They? in the EaBt is Clifford K. artists ATLANTA, QA. tells us he was riding along the pike Berryman, of Washington, who SOLD BY ALL, DRUGGISTS. near Monterey, on Tuesday of last Information is wanted with regard makes pictures and portraits for the. Washington Post, sje week, when he heard a woman to the whereabouts of George Judge. Puck and otherwell as for Dn. E. C. West's Nkiiyk and Biuin Treat-MK.illustrated screaming, and looking in the direc- Hall, who came to this State from journals. His cartoons are all excelft guaranteed specific lor Histcrla, Dizzic'Uk, Nervous tion of a house, near by he saw a Tazewell county, Virginia, his sons lent, and some of his caricatures are ness, Convulsions, Prontiatlori eaus d Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous by the me Berry-ma- n of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental DeClifford Miss Frayne run out into the road Robert and Jackson Hall, or any surpassingly fine. Softening of tho Drain resulting In digraduate pression, a Kentucky boy, with her clothing from the waist other children said George Hall may of is Henry Academy at aVersailles, sunity ami leadlim to misery, decay and death, the Prenniture Old Ape. Barronewi, Loss of Tower n down on fire. He hastened to have had. They are interested in an and a member of the In either sov, involun nry losee and Spermaof her relief, but her father and brother estate worth 60,000 at Lebanon, Vir Woodford county family of Berry-man- s torrhoeaorcaused by overexertionitch the bruin, box contain a family fine month's treatment reached her first, threw their coats ginia, and if this meets the eye of young gentlemen noted for its girls. one $5 00, s?nt by mat! $1.00 a box. or nix boxes for and beautiful ppldon receipt of price. over her and tore the burning cloth- the above parties they are requested Clifford is but twenty-on- e years old, WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXEa. ing from her person, when she fell to write V. B. Gilmer, Courts' Com- and his work is of a character that assures him a brilliant future. The To cure exhausted to the ground, in a per- missioner, at Lebanon, Va. aiiT ord r received first portrait he ever made was ono for six boxes,cfi.se. WJh eachwith $5 '1). we by u necmipanled will fectly nude condition. She was borne of Cleveland and Hendricks. Senator cend the purchaser o r written tuiamntee to reinto the house, where she lingered money If the treatment dots not effect A New President. fund the Joe Blackburn showed it to the Presi- n cure. (!u irantees Issued only by THE until the next day, when she died work, dent as a bit of school-boy'- s CO., mid J. W. (UYLE, At the election of directors and and Mr. Cleveland waB so much Frankfort. Ky. from her injuries. Tho accident was of the Frankfort National pleased that he paid: "Send for that caused by her attempting to open and I will red-hstove when the Bank, held on Tuesday, Mr. John boy to come to Washingtondo here." the door of a find something for him to flames rushed out and set fire to her Meagher was elected President to Senator Blackburn promptly sent for Mr. his young friend, and he was given a We will pay the above reward lor any case of clothing. She was a bright young succeed Mr. J. S. McKendrick. I.lver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Intendered'his resignation good place in one of tho departments, digestion, Constipation, or eutlvenem we cannot McKendrick lady only seventeen years of age. which he has since filled with credit cure with West's Vegetable Liver fills, when the Mr. Poindexter says it was the sad- on the first of this month but was and satisfaction. Meanwhile ho has directions are strlcti) compile i tilth. They are Vege'able, and never tall. to give s.tlsfac-tlodest sight he ever witnessed. When induced by the board of directors to been following the bent of his genius, purely Sutrar Coated. Large box s. containing SO grief, hold on until tho regular annual and is rapidly winning recognition. Pills, 26 Cents. Bsmfvt co'iwerMs and imiher father, nearly crazed with only by He has two brothers in Louisville, tations. The genuine bont over her as she lay upon the election, which was'held on Tuesday. Messrs. Threshly and Church Berry-ma- THE JOHN C. WEST manufucturedCHICAGO, O MPANi, ILL. Eor sale by all drugitls . ground, she said: "Pa I'm not dead Mr. McKendrick's reason for retiring wero tho only words was that the confinement was affect yet," and those Mr. Berryman is a half brother of ing his health, and he wished to go Mrs, W. H. Posey and MiBS Mollie she could utter. .Rent. into a business where he would havo Berryman, of this city, and his r exercise. more Will Try Again. mother was a Miss Church, of this mHK RESIDENCE PROPERTY KNOWN AS He and his wife have removed tem- county. A the HlHckburn place, h'tuuted at the south end i of Logan street. In South Frankfort, containing The Lexington syndicate which pur- porarily to New Castle, but they exm ubout zlfe iirreM of ground, Is for rent. Posses? chased the grounds of the Kentucky pect to return to Lexington to reslon given Dec. ltd. Sudden Deaths. FRANK CHINN, Association and tho good will also of side in the near future. Nov. 21. Wl-t- l rankfort, Ky. which it paid 95,005, at the club, for disease is by far the most Heart recent sale, have announced that it frequent cause of sudden death, Sliot Herself. which in three out of four cases is will hold its first meeting under the The symptoms ore Mm. Fannie Wallaco, who lives unsuspected. club, beginning April 30th, and new not generally understood. These arc: and aged horses, tho near Peak's Mill, came to visit her a habit of lying on the Tight side, years-oldcontinuing nine racing dayB, to May son, Mr. Gibson Graham, who lives short breath, pain or distress in side, poise, 10th, inclusive. It proposes to give a at Thorn Hill, a suburb of this city, back or Bhouldor, irregular spoils, S THE AGENT F MRS. S. T. Hit HAUIWON, asthma, weak and hungry I I have for Mtlivnt a C rooms, and the house series of seven stakes, three for two a few days ago, and while at Mr. wind in stomach, swelling fof ankles In which Illve containingKieat bargain will sell or rent tho double tenement and two each for three-adde- d Graham's residence on Monday after- or dropsy, oppression, dry eongh and rooms, on Campbells, reet,adjulnhu, containing K, years-old- . money to which will not be noon about 4 o'clock, took a loaded smothering. Dr. Miles' illastratod a house containing 4 roome South Frankfort. Also on, New street. TEKMS-Oraised the hammer of one book on Heart Disease free at J. W. two yearsne with third cash,orbalance In aone and less than 1,000 to $2,000. It also an- shot-guInterest, will make big sells and guaraateesDr. for cash. nounces that no purso less than 400 barrels, placed the muzzle of the gun Gayle's, who Miles' unequaled New Heart Oaro, Oct. JA8. ANDREW SCOTT. will be offered. It will hold a meet- against her left side, then pressed and his Restorative Nerviae, which ing the 15th bf the present month to the trigger with tho end of the ram- cores nervousness, beadaoke, sleepeffects of WAITXI to sell elect officers and arrange for tho rod and fired the charge into her lessness, no opiates.drinking, etc. It 3 body, producing instant death. Her contains White's Lilly datos of closing stakes, which willbo mind was evidently unbalanced as of the Vallev. about Fobruary 10th. she had made a previous attempt to lladly Burned. The greatest discoverv of the Century for Beautifying the take her life by sallowing a large Was Frightened Off. Mr. Tom Willis, who works for O, Complexion and imparting a Satin dose of laudanum. Mrs. Wallace tho residence of was sixty years of age and leaves a It. Grutcher & Co,, was preparing to lik Texture and Bloom of Health. A thief entered Monday mornWrite for Terms to Agents; enJudcre W. L. Jett, on the corner of husband and four sons to mourn her clean out a stove-piping with some powder, and when he close 2 cent stamp for reply. and Shelby streets, Friday Iosb. Third Coroner Dehoney wont out Tuesday went to touch the fuse the powder Agents make from $4 to 10 per day. night about 10 o'clock. Judge Jett's boys were in bed in the next morning and held an inquest, the went off, badly burning him abouttho little ' WHITE'S TOILET CO., room to the dining room and hearing jury returning a verdict that Mrs. face. He was taken to the residence ill to 413 W. Jeffirson fit, some one in there the older one Wallace came to her death by a gun- of his father on Lewis street and is called to his sister to know if she shot wound inflicted bj,;her, own recovering, though ho will be unable SOUTH BEND, IND " j Dee. ISHh-lto work for three or four weekB, was there, and receiving no answer hand. u at Kraokfort, Kentucky. raallaolo matter. the younger one raised up and looked through the door and saw a man standing by the table. The two little fellows then made an outcry which brought their mother to them, when tho man opened a door leading out on tho poroh and walked out. Curing Cancers. !juP0fEGi ANNOUNCEMENT. '.'ij For Circuit Clerk. annoutite WALTER. FltANKMN as a candidate lor Clr.-ui- t Court Clerk Hiibject to tno uctlo.i of the Democratic Ptrty, We urn authorized to announce THOMAS B. FOKK ii m a candld-itlor Circuit Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the Democratic primary election. M.irch ll, 1SU Jnn. 8te. e m 'V Ae are authorized to 1'J v I For Sheriff. We are. authorized to announce J All ES W. HKKF1ELD tB ,n candidate for Sheriff of kiln co nty. subject to the Action of the Democratic primary, Merdi ID, 1892. ' . Jan.U-te- ENJOYS We are uuth'orlzed to announce J AS. O JBR4W- Nhll as a candidate tor Sheriff of Kranktln conn ty. unbject to the a tlon of the I omocratle party at the primary election to be held March 19, V&i. Dec. ISMe. I to announce U n. as a entididate fur Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic conventl n of Saturday, Mareti Drtti, 189. We ore authorized to nhnounce A. O.JEKFERS ao a candldute for Sheriff of Franklin county, Weareauthorlze-- G SI fl subject to the Democratic primary election. 14-t- Farm for Sale PARM OF I. O. MARKSBURY. ONR MII.R 141 acre, weir from Biunhvl. improved and ail in grans, mil be sold at a bargain. For terms and other Information call on, UAS. ANDREW S:OTT. Dec 2S-!)- S r o, Berkshire Boar, 1 HAVE A PIIRE-BHEBLACK BERKSHIRE 1 boar which will be permitted to erve sows, FRANK 8. HATP. Near o. K C. Cooper shop, Dec. On L. 4 N Railroad. VJ NO LOTTERY i $14,400 In Gold Coin To be Given Away Absolute. I pMOTHERSI FRIEND" s. for one yearwith the opportunity of making estimates for t e rourler-Joumalunprecedented offers of one prize of $10,000 la Gold Coin, and 44 prizes of tl00 each In Gold Sample copy ,of the Weekly Courier-Journa- l, Coin. containing full particulars, ran be seen at this office. Or on amplication to Courltr-Journtonipnny, Louisville, Ky, a copy will be furnished to any uddreas free of charge. Courier-Journ- al 's al Any one for only $2.00 can recure both the ROUNDABOUT and the Louisville, Ky Weekly II 'SJ;ia'' MM fm 1 i fiK.Ml l I y t) tii m j FOR CHRISTMAS. Folding Beds, China Closets, Ladies Desks, Book Cases, Pine Chairs, Sofa Lounges,' , a '! m mi It: in, .if!i',i i i I m '. 4 M VK.M AVi-- T, Leather Couches, Parlor Suits, Hat-Rack- s, , O'MJt m - well-know- w m m self-abu- e. 1 I Carpet Sweepers, Dining Tables and the latest thing in Tea Tables. 12- - i m I 1 I m mi zm ot $500 Reward! Sogeis Sc Son. May2-l- y. i Will n. n. Vi-1- ,. D U IiFlH&CRF! Residence for 'Pirav 3ssiL? 11 ) W&0JTTy fi ' Iy i' Wi .;.. It out-doo- 1 m Mfl V 1 8 tfSST AND QUICKEST s f For Sale or Rent, Three Houses and Lots. mm A f m to I Time, 25 HourB. nitre '.'ralux, Dirtiio Cir. Dty Coach & Sleepers run throiuih without ch.inge. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST I 1 m Mil n, 31-3- mm Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala The Short Hours. i. ii ThroiiRl Sleepers without ohnnee, llriu K&tu. ati PinrfnnnH nnri KT.. Time, 2M Lbxinoton, Time. 26 Hours. Tknn., N, C, Knoxvillk, AtUlKVILLK, e ClUTrNOOOA,jKNN., ATLANTA, Cfi.t ii 111 ii BlimiNUIMM.ALA . Direct Connections at New Orleanwind Sbreve port, r Te h , Mexluoand California. La e Krunkfou via Kentucky "Midland Rutlway 6:15 a. m.iarrIveClnulnnatllO:2i via a.m. Quicker than any other line. Depot, Cincinnati, All " " " " VI 17 11 16 m .IJ wl trains .irrly .it lepurtfromc'entralUnloB FRANK 4 '.: orRntei,Map8,ftc..naare" Traveling 1'ass. Agt. , Lexington, Ky. J'! tf w , 'j C.C. HARVEY. D, Q, EDWARDS, CINCINNATI. J. Vlce-Fre- )4 U.4AT .( taifc M'.i !;; MMBSS MBHHnBBnmmnnBKH2WRxmiHKR imm ffii thick, tenacious., mucous, purulent, mm ftr&tylvMWwMffi WtifWl7Wr YrWaSf ' y 5" ; 'J? IfUAiNtFUliT KUUJMABUU'l bloody, putrid and oftonsive; eyes 1G, Council Proceedings. Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1802.. The council was called to order by President Staten, with all members present except Councilman Payne. Tho minutes of the last three meetings were read and approved. A petition from W. A. Howard, asking that his grocery license be transferred. Referred to license FKAMKFORT, JAN. 1802. TIME TABLE. The following tiino tnble in now effect upon t ho L. &, N. road: TBAINB WK8T. weak, ringing in the oars, deafness; offensive breath; smell and taste impaired, and general debility. Only a few of these symptoms likely to be present at once. Dr. Sage's Remedy cures tho worst cases. Only 60 cents. 600 Sold by druggists everywhere. or a cure. Either would be acceptable. No.23LeavoRFrnnkfort No. 17 lcitvoB Frnnkfort No. 21 lenveB Frankfort No lOleavoft Frnnkfort TBAINB KAflT. , fiifiO 9:40 3:00 7:88 n. m p. m. a.m. The Thief Captured. Forrest Cheatham, a colored was arrested by Officers Mack Phythian and Henry Brown Monday morning about three o'clock at his home In Governor's alley. He is the man who has been committing the robberies in this city for the past two months, as much of the stolen property was found in his possession. Cheatham broke the show window of Mr. Chas. Steubenrauch, about two years ago, stole several bottles of whiBky, and was sent to the penitentiary for one year. If he is convicted of the recent robberies he goes up for life, as this will be his third term. Officer Phythian has been working on this case for the past two weeks and much credit for his capture. Cheatham had an examining trial on Tuesday before Judge B. G. Williams and was held over to the Circuit Court, in $500 bond, and failing to give the same was sent to jail. ct, do-serv- es p.m. 10:10 a. m. 4:85 p. m. No. 20 leaves Frankfort No.24 arrives Frnnkfort .... B.85 p. to. J:15 p.m. Ho. '22 leaves Frankfort Nos. 28, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati. No. 28 and 21 connect at Anchorage for BlootnQeld Branch. V. W. Alexandeb, No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... committee. Essex Miller, a pauper, asking to be placed on the charity list. Referred to the charity committee. A petition from the citizens of Bellepoint was received and read as follows: To the Honorable Council of the City of Frankfort: Gentlemen: -- We, the undersigned citizens of Bellepoint most respectfully ask your consent and to tho city of Frankfort. We suggest Messrs. J. W. Gaines, W. L. Pence and Wm. M. Smith a committee to present this petition to your honorable body: J. N. Crutoher, Jas. D. Moore, W. L. Pence, John Netherton, J. H. Suli-vaW. S. Polsgrove, W. T. Hales, R. E. Gaines, Jas. Hales, E. M. Geo, E. Capeless, Walker Moler, O. P. Nicols. Samuel Todd, S. T. Pence, W. M. Smith. Geo. A. Robertson, W. I. Steele, W. McKee Hardie, E. M. Hays, Richard Weaver,. John A. Thomas, Henry Polsgrove, Wyatt Beatty, Louis H. Moore, Noel Gaines. Referred to special committee corn- composed of conncilmen Mastin, Tobin and Darnell-ProfSmith and Cohen, representn, in the annexation of Bellepoint Agent.' At Cliriet Cliurcli. The marriage of Mr. Sam. D. Johnson, of this city, and Miss Margaret Martin, of Lexington, will be solemnized nt Christ Church in that city on Wednesday, the 27th Inst. Hans-boroug- h, 'i : Will Start About the aotli. V , . The Kentucky River Mills, which have been idle since last June, will commence operation again about the 20th of this month. This will be good news to the employes who A have been idle so long. o s Little Girl's Experience ia-- a Lighthouse. Mr. and Mrs. Loren New Board of Health. The State Board of Health have appointed the following physicians as a County Board of Health for this ounty: Drs. G. F. Thompson and U. V. Williams, of this city, and Dr. Owen Robinson, of Bridgeport. Geo. M. Walter, Messenger of the Adams Express Company, Baltimore, Md sayB: "Having used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for the past ten years in my family, I wish to say that I consider it the best Cough Syrup I ever used. It has cured my children of croup sev.eral times and saved me many a doctor's bill. Death of John Glanton. day morning, after alingeringillness. His funeral took place Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the family residence. Mr. John Glanton, oldest son of Mr. Daniel Glanton, died at the home of his parents, on Third street, Tues- Making a Charter. Delegates from sixteen towns of the fifth class met in the grand jury room at the Court House Tuesday and were in session several days formulating a charter for towns of thatclass to be submitted to the Legislature. Death of Mr. Hale. Mr. J. D. A. Hale, of Mayfield, and brother of State Treasurer H. S. Hale, died, at the above place Wedn nesday night. Mr. Hale was a well-know- merchant of Western Kentucky. Treasurer Hale left Thurs-- , day morning to attend the funeral Dr. Hale's Household Oint, ment ' Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; It has no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's South Side drug store. 5-- ly Song Service. congregation attondod the service of Song at the First Presbyterian Church Sunday ovening. Prof. JlVayland Graham presided at the organ in his usual artistio manner, and the singing was splendid especially the soIob of Mrs. W. L. Cannon and Mr. S. 0. Bull, and had the muslo been rendored upon any other occasion both would have been heartily encored. The anthems by the full ohoir wero also very fine. A largo -- The salaries of the various city Trescotti are officials were fixed as follows: . keepers, of the Gov. Lightbobae st QUABTEBIiY. SaadBeach,.Mioh.. and are blewed Mayor $500 400 with a daughter, four vearerf old. Attorney Last April she vras taken down with Clock-keep50 ' Mjeaales, followed with a dreadful Monthly. Cough, aad tuning into a fever.-- 3oc-to'r- Clerk . ..fl,OOo at home ad at Detroit treated Treasurer 400 heir, but in vain, she grew w6re Marshal 240 rapidly, untilahe was a mere "hawtifal Bridge-keepe- r 120 o bones." Then she tried Dr. Kisg's Janitor 162 Njaw Discovery and after the use, of When work is done. two and a half bottles, waeT complete-?- Assessor 200 cured They say Dr. King's l(ew A motion was made by Councilman . .jhaa In vmamI. ln aa ! 3Mtl I If id wutuu lira hciuuiu jwiu. Darnell to reduce the City Attorney's etyou may gee a wiai ootue rree ai salary, but the Constitution preventP:hil. uabpentkb'S urug store. ed the cut. 6 The salaries of the city physician and street commissioner were not Bank Officials Arrested. fixed, but were postponed until next , meeting. A communication was received Con. McOarty, Deputy United States Marshal, went to Lexington, from Mr. John E. Miles recommending "Dr." A. P. Williams a Saturday evening with writs of arrest to do placed on the charity fit subject list. So William Bright and ordered. for Frank Gilmdre, who were The report of Street Commissioner indicted last week by the grand jury Frazler was read and referred to committee. in the United States Court for em- street reports of the City Marshal Tho bezzling the funds of the Exchange and Work-hous- e Keeper were read and approved. National Bank. No report were received from the Marshal McCarty served the writs City Clerk and Treasurer. on the gentlemen mentioned but Accounts from various merchants failed to find W. H. Oheppu, the book- for furnishing things for the city maker, who was nlso indicted for aid- were allowed. Mr. Shaw moved to go into an ing and abetting the offense. Bright election of officers. Adopted and gave bond in the sum of $1,800, and the following officers Gil more in the sum of $1,600, to City Clerk Chas. G. Payne. City the charges at the next term of Treasurer Hugh R. Gaines. The Gas Company's bill was recourt. W. R. Milward and M. Kaufferred to gas committee. man became Bright's sureties and L. Assessor After several ballotsbeing H. Nottnagle and O. A. Jones wept taken it was formed that the deadlock couldn't be broken, and the Gilmore's bond. election was postponed until next meeting. The stood: Death of Miss Sargent. Duvall 4 and J. vote Graham Dr. A. 4. Wm. The election of Street CommisMiss Carrie Ella Sargent died at sioner was also postponed until next meeting. the residence of her brother-in-laClock-keepRobt. Whitehead. Mr. R. 0. Hieatt, near Polsgrove, in The Police and Fire Commissioners county, on Sunday, after a requested that the City Clerk be diHenry lingering illness, aged 17 years. The rected to pay officers Geo. and Percy remains were brought to this city Smith their salary up to Jan. 11th. Adopted, and the clerk Tuesday morning on the U. S. Snag to draw his warrant for was directed same. boat Kentucky, the funeral took The council then adjourned to place from the Christian Churoh meet Friday night, Jan. 15th. Tuesday afternoon and the body was laid to rest in the family burying State op Ohio, City of Toledo, 88 Luoas County, j ground near Bridgeport. Miss SarFrank J. Cheney makes oath that gent had been a great sufferer for ten he is the senior partner of the firm years and death came to her ib a of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing busisweet relief from pain. She had ness in the City of Toledo, county and Stato aforesaid, and chat said been a member of the Christian firm will pay the sum of one' hunChurch for many years and died in j dred dollars for each and every case the full hope of rest beyond the of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall'B Catarrh Cure. tomb. Frank J. Cheney. The deceased was a sister of Mr. Sworn to before me and subscribed Urban Sargent, of this city. In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1880. er Company, made a proposition to write up the town in their "Kentucky's World's Fair" for $200. Re ferred to finance committee. ing the Courier-Journ- al Job Printing & IV 4d :v :- B ;'..: . 'M 9 .''' , , ,' ' . 'V y 'IB : ? 1 '"toBB Z&ils space is reserved, for er ex-Tell- er R. K. McCLURE, QTlie St- - Olstir street t IMIerclxELnt.. d: an-Bw- er HH mm er '.. ! J :tm V7 r I i; King's Royal Germetuer. y 1 the medicine of the century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with tho poople is the acknowledged wonder of the medicine world. Based upon the F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Germ theory of Diseases, it is uniquo, BSTSold by all druggists, 75 cents. 3 once popular, commodern, and at mending itself as a necessary house-- 1 hold remedy. It advertises best by ' Buggies, carriages and harness reits use. Specific for all Catarrhal paired by the Kentucky and Harness diseases, a Nerve Tonio and Blood Company. Purifier. It is without doubt the most roliable germ destroyer in and to the extent that the A Chance to Make $500 or theory is corropt, King's Royal Better! ermeteur is tho remedy. It is no accident but is tho result of fifteen A slim chance, you fancy. Well, years study of medical genius. For Valuable Town read and judge for yourself. You sale by Chapman & Williams. have Catarrh. $600 is offered for an VALUABLE VIECE OF GROUND SUITABLE situated incurable case of Catarrh in the head, Repairing of all kinds neatly and sldofur nice residence,t In u good on tne boutn A tre of by the proprietors of Dr. Sage'B promptly" oxeouted by tho Kentucky frontingWapplnB on WnppliiK Btreetneighborhood, 176 WM and 'extendBuggy and Harness Company. Catarrh Remedy. The property. Is ing to the Kentucky river. ' offered ut private Btiln. either usu whole or In lota Symtom8 of OATAnnn. Headache, G. For to suit Engraving of all kindB promptly Dudley purchnsers.Bunk ofterras npplyor toto J.Wm. obstruction of the .nose, discharges Kentucky, nt falling into the throat, sometimes attended to at W. L. Coppersmith's, Cromwell. Brunch t Jim. profuse, watery and acrid, at others, 234 St. iClair street. J Notary Public. jSEALV Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface of tho system. Send for testimonials, free. f -- -s 1 A. W. GLEASON. W 15-t- f. ex-Istan- FQRSALE. Iots. Vr; .. . : 'U isi - lit iVl I -- 15-t- f. v'-aa- $ 'w, y JS ', . ,v f 45-l- y. I IC-l- rw? KftWTVifT: iij,t B "CJ O 3E2II I--i -- s- - The Place to Buy Fine Xmas Presents! Fhe largest line to select from, the lowest pricey and the most useful things to be found in any house in i m the eity. No trouble to show goods. Give me a call. Religious. We would lc jjreiily obliged to the minister'! and linkers ol clnirchesin the' city if thay would turnish us with any announcement which they may wish made.1 Baptist Church 9:30 in 11 and 7:30, proceedings. By order of Garfield Republican Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his Club. O. A. Nelson, Pres. pulpit at 11 o'clock a. m. W. H. Vat Winkle, Sec'y. and 7 o'clock p. m. vote a suitable approconducted by Rev. W. C. requested tothis purpose. priation for Taylor, the pastor. Resolved, That the city press be requested to kindly publish these at Resolved, That the present Legislathe chapel. Public worship at ture of Kentucky are respectfully Sunday-schoo- l Engine for Sale. I have a secondsense of, this club that Kentucky portable steam enShould be fully represented in said hand Gaar-Scoexposition, setting forth to the world gine, in good order, for s lie the p. W. T. Featherstonk. our advantages in soil, climate, t. Forks of Elkhoin.Ky. water, minerals and productions. Resolved, That one delegate be appointed to represent this club in said commercial convention, and that he be allowed railroad faro. tt 15-4- Nurseries ! FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUECRASS Kentucky Central Railway "BLUE GRASS ROUT'e, Shortestand Quickest routefrom f. CKNTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS TREES LEXINGTON, KY. Oct. 10-3- m BITS. EAST. WEST, ill FASl'LINE BETWEEN mm. JCi Southern Presbyterian Church sucb an establishment. A lull Prices Low. Wo pay no agents. Descriptive catalogues on application. OF ALL KINDS. Small Fruits. Asparaous, Grape vines, ana everytning usually iouna in stock. LEXINGTON riCUEDDLE AND CINCINNATI. IN EFFECT NOV. 15TU. 1891. H)S1 ;jmi ijKI rfoutli Houiiu H. F. HILLENMEYER, io.fi. ' No, a, No 1, LjiI) Acumi. Dal,!. x sun. IMH) Lxpiest. List ilue t. bun. 8 lUdiu b loaiu IHOani m 8 V ft ? Episcopal Church. Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, will occupy his pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 7:30 Born. In Bellepolnt. on Saturday. January 'Jth. 1892, to Mr. Charles McKnnls nnt wife, son. t M & cv STATEMENT 01 the Condition ol the IB9C p. m. In Memoriam. The ' coPVRiarrr DEPOSIT BANK Of FRANKFORT 1591. H usual services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. January U, 1692. McOlusky Blayney, D, D., the pastor. Dear father ami mother: Sallle Is itoue. First Presbyterian Church To the (sorrowing mother niul father of lltte Snllle Wuyts, who died In Louisville Saturday, Catholic Church The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd will be conducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, Common Joy binds hearts In union, With the silken conlsof lote; Jibe pastor. Equal grief brings sweet communion IFirst mass at 8 a. m., second mass Thoughts of her who Is above. "at 10:30 a. m. Vespers at 3 p. m. rays Her work Is done; For she has knit more closely the hearts already one. mothBy the little hands uplifted for a father's er's kUs, taught the meaning of the words Then were they "connubial bliss." Darsie will fill his pulpit at the at 11 and Christian Church 7:30, as usual. Night subject, "David, the Noble," the third 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 Christian Church Rev. George dome, On noiseless wIiiks the angels Bore her unfettered spirit home; But the child-lik- e form lies lifeless; btlll they love It ust the same, Kor It held the little spirit That's learned to speak our Sudor's name. the As you Is the sun's llrst Lit olJ cathedra! hear the cold clo Is falling. And you know jour child Is there, Remember 'tis In better keeping Than emi mother's gentle care. Lookup, father, tell me trulj, Would jou wish It back again. In this world so cold and cruel, Seeming only grief and pain? N'o! ou would not call that spirit From Us home with God on high, To return but to inherit What to each must come to die. A CHILDLESS HOME. Smith and his wife have every luxury that money can buy, but there is one thing lacking to their happiness. Both arc fond of children, but no llttlo voices prattle, no little feet patter in their would give ten beautiful home. year? of my life if I could have one healthy, living, child of my own," Smith often says to himself. No woman can be the mother ot healthy offspring unless she herself is in good health. If she suffers from fcmnlo weakness, general debility, bearing-dow- n pains ana functional derangements, her physical condition Is Piich that sho cannot hope to have healthy children. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Piescription i3 a sovcrign and guaranteed remedy for all these ailments. Worn-ou- t, ." feeble women, need Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It builds them up. It's a powerful, restorative tonic, or strength-give- r free from alcohol and injurious drugs. The entire system is renewed and invigorated. It improves digestion, enriches the blood, dispels aches and pains, gives refreshing sleep, and restores flesh and At Close of Business, DeceWBGR'Sl, ASSISTS. Loans mid Discounts. Cash Dun from Hunks. $'200,531 1,'JUU '2 , "I '21,797 87 28,554 01 tiu 31 Furniture Protest Heal Estate.. , 1.330 84 $251,175 LIAUIL1TIBS. Surplus Capital Stock Old Dividends Dividend No, 47 (3 per ct. ). . . Expanse (contingent) Interest uud Discount.. .. Individual Depositors .. .. otute Tax ... $77,400 23,250 495 2,322 250 300 144,434 742 (XI 89 00 00 00 00 91 97 Lexington LilUiiu Lve Paris . . 11 25am Arr Winchester mOnn Le Winchester 1240pm 1 35pm Arr Richmond Lvc Richmond. 1 35pm Lvo Berea . . . 2Uopm a u5pin AM Livingston. Livingston, Le London . . Mopui Lve 4 lopm Arr Corbln. . . 4 OOplli Lve t.orhln. . . 5 oo,mi Lve Barh'rvllltv 6 C:pln Lve 1'liievllle. . 6 41pm LvuJIlddlesb'h. 7 35pm ArrCum'btJup. 7 65pm Lve Corbln. . . 4 50pm Lve Wllllu'ab'g. 5 45pm Arr Jellico... . 6 20pm Lve Richmond 1 SOpm Lve Lancaster.. 4 45pm Arr Stanford. . 520pm Arr Paris. LveClneinnati Lve wOviiiL'ton " Falmouth. " Cyiuliiam ouopm O 2 SSpin UoplJI " . . 11 main lOjpiL b'lupni 11 OUplli "t G Jbpm y uypm 'J 4ijpii, f virgin it',i m 1 4V UJwn 15pm 7 boupm 05pm bliOpm Mi mnm m m 1 A f, m No. 4 Dully. No. G, Dally Ex bun, North-boun- Express $254,175 No. 2. Daily Ex bun i "run-down- p. m. strength. It's the only guaranteed medicine for women, sold by druggists. Methodist Church ovoning at 7:30. Sunday-schoo- Rev. H. G. Henderson will preach morning at 11 o'clock and in the l AlirilUlt convene8at9:30a. m. The Epworth League will meet in the class room at 6:45 o'clock p. m. Special Announcement. Mr. Henderson extends a cordial Wo have made arrangements with invitation to the members of the Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., publishers of General Assembly to attend these "A Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases," which will enable all our services. subscribers to obtain a copy of that valuable work free by sending their address (enclosing a two cent stamp Liver for mailing same) to Dr. B. J. KenMiles' Nerve Pills. dall Co., Enosburg Fall, Vt. This book is now recognized as standard Act on a new principle regulating authority upon all diseases of the and bowels though horse, as the liver, stomach sale attests, the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. over four its phenominal having been million copies Pills speedily cure biliousness, sold in the past ten years, a sale Miles' bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa- never before reached by any publication. Splendid for men, women and tion in the same period of time. Wo children. Smallest, mildest, surest. feel confident that our patrons will 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at appreciate the work, and be glad to y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. avil themselves of this opportunity of obtaining a valuable book. It is necessary that you mention Chicago Exposition. this paper in sending for the "Treatise." This offer will remain open for Editor Roundabout: 4 only a short time. At a meeting of Garfield Club Saturday evening, the following resoluDarby's Prophylactic tions were adopted: Whereas. In pursuance of a call Will Use it in every sick-roomade by the Commercial Club of keep the atmosphere pure and Louisville for a commercial convention to assemble in that city January wholesome; removing all bad odors 20th and 21st, 1892, to adopt such from anv source. measures as may be proper to have Germs, j Then learn a lesion that Is taught you, Bv your father and )our (iod. When he chastens, then he loves you, Bow the head, "pass under the rod." By your sympathizing friend, MlLLKTT. KENDALL'S Lve Jellico. . . b 45;iui Lve Wllilu'ab.i;. 8 60uiii Arr Corbln.. . . 9 35,1111 LVMniini'hriiin 6 iUillll C 5&I1U $5.985 28 Lve Mlddlesb'b! t.ve I'luevllle-- . 7 47llin Lve Barb'rvllle. Hs 8 85am H. H. WATSON, Cashier. Arr Corbln., . . 1) 25am y i5um Sworn mid .subscribed to before me this Lstdny Lve Corbln. . . Hifl Lve London . , U. Kkk.no.v, Notary Public. Id Hum of January, 1692. Livingston. Arr 11 05am Lve Livingston. . DIVIDEND NOTICE. Ill 15iim LveHerea. . . . . 112 lOnu A dividend of three (3) per cent, will be paid on . 12 the capital stock of the Deposit Bank qt Frank- ArrHlclimond.. ti 05-- . ml 12 41pm LVH Ftlrlimmiil 41pm fort utter Tuesday, January 6, 1892. Arr Winchester b 55,1111 35pm Jan2-2- t LVO Winchester ' II. 11. WATSON, Cashier. 7 lOum 55pm Arr Paris 7 45am 27pni Lve Lexington, 7 0Jam 00pm S 45pm Arr Paris. , . , 7Cftim 37pm 4 25pm Lve Cynthianu. 8 2Iuin 3 07pm 4 48pm Le Falmouth,, 9 23um iI 4 01pm S.MOpni Arr Covington. 10 Slum 5 35pm 0371)111 Arr Cincinnati. 11 00 mi 5 45pm 0 45)1111 Net earnings for six months, ending $5,985 28 December 31, 1891 Applied us rouows: $2,322 00 Dividend No. 47 ... 300 00 Interest and Discount 450 00 Tax 1,NM 28 To Surplus 1,750 (K). Had debt ihnrged oil Arr Richmond, Lve Stanford " Lancaster 7 Ooum 7 OUdin 10 15,un ft' W ft ... .. S 'ftl .... V) I MAYSVILLE 1JRANCH. No. 10, No. la North-bounDaily, Daily, Ex. Sim. Ex, Sun Lve Cincinnati Lve. Covington Lve, Lexington . . . . . and ered, os It Is certain In Its effects and does not bllsti r. Read proof below : The Most Successful Remedy ever discov- Kendall's Spavin Cure. Rock, Ark., Aug, 36, '90. , Dit. R, J, Kendall Co.: Gents It Is with the greatest ftatfifactlon that I inform you that I havticureilthurollowJntfdlaeases: Hivcpiioy.Hlioiilder Joint Liuiimit'MNjHtirlo LutiioueHH In Joint LttiiieucHH,am working on lllp-.lolFore Foot. I LamcncNH and will euro that all with Kendall' Spavin Cure. It Is the best Liniment for man or beast I have, ever used. I recommend It to all horse owners. Horses that I have worked on are valuaulo, but without your Liniment would be worthless. I have friends who used It for Hprnlns and lirulxi'M and cured them. Tbor say It Is the best they ever used. Yours truly, E. 0,8. WELLS, nt Little CUUE8 NIC Lve. Arr, Arr, Arr. Mlllerburg Carlisle. . . Johinnn , . A rr. Maysville. . iouth-Iiou- Pari. 65pm 02pm 20pm 615pm am 638 pm 8 40 it m 700pm n til ... 7 C4 p m 10 10 ft m 8 30 pro No. 9, No. n . 2 3 7 00 ll in 7 35 U III 8 18 5 Daily. Ex. Sun 6 5 0 7 Ex. Sun HO p m 8 3 LOSS OF APPETITE, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Energy, Weakness of Back, Feelings of Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc, Etc. In ue for 25 years by eminent physicians pronurgeotiH tu ttuteN, PRICE, $1,00 PER BOTTLE. J. W. ED 'RAY 45-l- Lve.Millersburg . . Arr. Paris, Arr. Lexington. . . . Arr, Covincto'n , . . Arr. Cincinnati . . . Lve. Carlisle Lve.Maysville Lve. Johnson . . . . . . . , 227pm 20pm 45pm 7 10 a ni 4 10pm 828am 700p 10 51 a m (37pm, 11 00 a m 6 45pm 57 am 50 ii m 15 u m 20 U III m 1 Kendall's Spavin Cure. MOMTO VlSTO, Colo,, Doc. 21, 1889. S. It KNOTT, C. P.ATMORE. (Jen. Pnss. Agt. Trulllc SlaniiRer. fieneral Ofllces, Louisville, Ky. 8. F. B. JIOBSE, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Ag't. Ofllce, Chumberot CommerceBldg., Cincinnati, O. No. 1 Dally to nil points except Howland Division, which Is dally except Sunday, No. 2 Huns dally except Sunday Irom Lexing- or World's Fair, which in Chicago in 1893. Whsreas, As said exposition promises to be the greatest and most important one ever Known in me world's ltfstory. Resolved, By the Garfield Republican Club, of Frankfort, that It is the the State represented Exposition, will be held Will destroy all Disease of Kentucky properly at the great Columbian infection from all .Fevers and all contagious diseases. Kkhdall Co., Enosburgli Falls, Vt.: Qents-- In the year 1831 1 treated with Kendall's Spavin Cure a Jlono Htf nvln of seven years stand lng nearly as large as a hens egg and completely stopped the lameness and removed the enlarge, ment, Have worked the horse very hard ever since, be never has shown any lameness neither oaa I see any difference In the size of the hock. V, II. COOLKY. Yours truly, Do. D. J. No. 4 Runs dally from nil stations except ths tbe united and and Division, which Is dally except Sunday. nounced by them tbe best TONIU extant. Rowland Dally except Sunday. No. 6 olbers fall. It cure where allyour DruggistTry It and bt No 5. runs dally except Sunday between Cinfor it. convinced. Ask cinnati and Lexington, ton to Cincinnati. No.l nuns dally for The eminent physician, J. Mari- $S, All druffflata have it or can get it you, or it will be tent to any on Sims, of New York, says: "I for on receipt of price by the propriam convinced that Proi. ' Darby's etor, OR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu Enotburgh Falls, Vermont. able disinfectant " 21 AuHy, ad-dre- .Price $1 per bottle, or fix bottle & CO., Maris, anl Proprs., st 0PA.RIH, ICY. B. AVERILL, Junel3-ly- , Sole Frankfor, Ky. Agent, No, 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation dally. Leaves Lexington 10,00a. m. Arrives Paris 10:'&u. m No, 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Leaves Cincinnati 5.15 p, in Arrives Falmouth p. m., dally except Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 6 a. m, Arrives Cincinnati 7.55 a. m., dally except Sunday. Nos. land 8 make connections at Winchester for points on tbe N.N. & M. V. Ry E. D. No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddle8borough and Cumberland Oap and alt 7.-0- t stations and runs dally. .'i'S 'M t rt"' fc-Jw r ' M. A. 33 5 SELBERT, Spirit Clair Street. ,.. ' v- --. P-- , &' Sf'r!!. KJtfA KfN Watches, Gold Filled and Silver, Mounted Diamonds, V Jewehy, Rojled and Gold Plate, v: "T.1 .. T 1" O Ca oiivervvare, oieruug auu jriaieu, ifv Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses, a Gold Headed Walking Canes, 1 1 '.--u- r ' t v ;! F n.EE' - HiiaKra itnauu.nvnaNUHian - .ztzd Easrc3 K,Ja -viara - - isrEj-arxj-s- 1 Opera Glasses, &c. executed. Too Late. Perhaps Tennyson has written nothing which appeals to the heart of all who read his poems more than the lyric of "Too Late." The burden of the sad retrain comes home with telling force to the hearts, of those who hive lost friends by that They dread disease consumption. realize, "too late," the result of neglect. They feel that the dear one might have been saved if they had heeded the warning of the hacking cough, the pallid cheek, and weakening system. They feel this all the more keeniy because they see others being rescued from the grasp of the destroyer, and they think what is saving others might Have saved their loved one. When the first signal'of danger is seen, take steps to avert the catastrophe. Bo wise in time. Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical- Discovery will drive away consumption. Do - its wonderful eiflcacy to the test. .It succeeds where obher ramediea fail. notAwaitNuntil too 'late before putting Educational. .the (jounty Teachers' Associationwiuun win iiiuuii in miu uiuy sunuui building, February Cth, 1892. We hope to .see the usual number of teachers,- ana ui.ac eacn wiu oe prepared on' some" particular charac' ter: l5. Noted People. t ' l8. Birth. , Tho fnllnwinir in t.lin nirnrrnrrimft for - , . 1 Education. 3. Politics. v 4. Occupation. . 5s. Noted public events. Maggie Downey, Leonna Jett, Maggie Innes. At the examination of applicants for teachers' certificates, held on January 1st, there were ten applicants the youngest being nine and the oldest twonty years- of age. Master Eph. K. Lawrence nine, Miss Kate Jouett twelve and Mibs Sallie Hebrick - twelve years of age. These are perhaps the youngest applicants on record that have received a second class certificate. They were pupils of Mr. John O. Porter, District No. 3, Poe, in this county. Of course they do not expect to teach on their certificates, but were preparing themselves for the graduates examination in May next, when we understand Mr. Porter will have a good class present. Wo hope other t tchers will do as well, if not better. This proves what our county schools are doing and the kind of scholars they are sending out. What jcounty, or city, can beat the above? 2". - 2'. When. 3'. Decent. Where. ''says he was all through the war but had nothing to do him up so bad, There are a good many barns of nice burley tobacco in this neighborhood, and we have no buyers at all. We can hear of buyers being in other neighborhoods close around paying 9 and ' 10 cents per pound for crops that are no better than 6urs. Why is this thus? Mr. Charles Darnell, of Missouri, is visiting Mrs. Jennie Jett, his sister. Misses Ella and Frankie Brewer, after a week's visit to Miss Jennie Jett, returned home last Friday, much to the regret of the select, Mrs. Flora 0. Simpson, wife of Grand Master W. G. Simpson, of the Odd Fellows, visited her mother, Mrs Anna G. Orutcher, last week. Miss Maggie Quin will start a singing Behoof in tne Bible Society Hall as soon as the requisite number- of pupils have enrolled. She is a thorough teacher of music, and all will learn who attend..' '. ,V Therd is an drgent' demand Tor a voting poll at this place. There is now and has been in the hands of one of our Voters a petition to establisn a poll here, but he has been put off. every time ue wouiu mention it to tho proper authorities. I know of lots of voters who have not been to an election for several years, becauae they would have to walk to Frankfort or to the Forks to cast their vote, and I tell you patriotism , does not burst forth from the bosoms of working men who have to walk two to four miles and lose half a day from their work. The more voting polls or precincts the more Votes, and I believe every man who has the right to vote would like to cast it for his choice, bub then think what he haa to undergo, and there is not many who can afford to lose the half day. - Barge Sunk. A barge of coal belonging to Mr. E. M. Williams, of this city! was sunk at Lock No. 1. on Thursday. The barge lies well and is thought can be raised. B" l FOR IGHTKIN6 INIMENT MAN amp RACrf Rooming;. Tho prices for all grades of tobacco are now higher than thoy have been for many years. Good leaf ranging from $15 to 27 per huudred. Fresh tobacco lands, which bring tho highest price tobacco, are difficult to be' had at any price in all thhrpart of tho State. OR 6EAST CftUr 7 ?.' De. SAFE I ?Vr3V Cfnxc, rDDAiurrh. oe application cJre; RICHAItt$OH-TAYipilMB- Mow to gfe"C Tliln. "treat-me- nt Plants, Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. ssBsmmxasxississsiscs The only safe and leliable for obesity, (superfl6us the "Loverette" Obesity.Pills, which gradually reduced the weight and measurement. No injury or inconvenienceLeaves no wrinkles acts by absorption. c This cure is founded upon the most scientific principles, and has been used by one of the, nrost eminent Physicians of Europe in his. private practice for live years, with the most fat), is Si -- . JIT NO tsia 261 H?VEJFTkifl?TS!C & &AVAA JEFFERSON xPL H m3 WEST STREET, ,y. yOUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. does this, but it forces out also the germs which make the poison, and builds upthe general health at the same time. Do not take any imita-tion- s or substitutes for S. S. S., for you will be disappointed. There is only one Swift's Specific, and there is nothing lil:e it. Mrs. E. J. Kowell, No. 11 Quincy street, Medford, Mass., says that her mother has been cured of Scrofula by the use of four bottles of S. S. S., 'after having had, much other treat ment and being rociucoa to quite a low condition of health, as it was thought Rhe could not live. Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., TKUiS f tne poison oi aisease, is to All orders supplied direct from our WAY J eliminate it through the office. The Levkrette Specific Co., 339 pores of the skin. S. S. S. not only Washington street, Boston, Mass. 16-l- Price 2.00 per package, or three THB'YTorid the human body of packages for 5.00 by registered mail. 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 princi- of your treatment are fully by any family physician. In proof of my gratitude I herewith give you permission to use my name v if you desire to do so. in-ors- gratifying results. Mr. Henry Perkins, TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050. FUNG 2. Rose Buds a Specialty, floral Designs. STILL LOWER! Best Indigo Blue dalico, Ssc -- 'i m '.US a RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER. CURES ALL DISEASES. Becauso all diseases are the result of fermentation anil decay, cnused by microbes In the human system, undwhntever remedy will purify the blood by removing the c;iuse of disease and build up the hexlth and strength ot the patient. Is the one to use, thi) greatest boon ever given to mankind, hence tn spurious Imitations which follow In the path of Its wonderful cures of Consumption, C itarrh, Debility, Indigestion, Rheumatism, Bowel, Blad der, Skin and an otner diseases wnicn are (illicitly and permanently cured by this never falling compound which his done more for suffering humanity than all the prescriptions of poisonous proprietary medicines, drugs, nostrums, Ac. all put together, because It removes the disease and Insures health. Thousands cause of ot voluntary Certificates of almost miraculous cures attest these fucts. and demonstrate to the wurkl that. Win. Kadam, the Oreat I'loneprln his Wonderful Discovery, him gone far ahead of nil other explorers In scientific ileMs, and has demonstrated beyond a doubt that no disease can exist without a disordered system, ami his superb remedy stands at the front because It is RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER Is nature' remedy, and Is llv-In- g BeetDsixHsOaliccs, Ssc. -- m .proaa i G-ingliar- as, the delicate internal organs. Swift's Speoiflo strikes at the cause of the trouble, and forces out the germs of disease and the poison through the pores of the skin, and at the same time builds up the general health of the sufferer. Swift's Specific is a purely vegetable remedy, and Is harmless to the most delicate, yet itiever fails to eliminate tho poison from the human body. Wo will mail a valuable book to all who will send of for it. "RTilMnVW THE CAUSE. It is no dQubt the correcfc thing to.tieat the symptoms of ii disease, but this is not effective unless the the cause of the complaint is removed. Tor instance, a fever may betreated with quinine,, etc., but unless the cause is removed the fever will surely return. Again, the sores and eruption of Scrofula may be healed by mercury and potash treatment, but unloss the cause of these symptoms is cleansed from the system, they will return or attack some miss Lottie 'Williams. Williams and her excellent company opened at this house last evening to an immense audience. The house was literally packed to witness the uNew York Day by Day.'' Of the entire performance too much cannot be said in its praise. Miss Williams as "Rags, the Messenger Boy," a typical New York gamin, was true to nature. Her singing, dancing and acting wore artistic in every respect. She was ably supported by the company, and the comedy element kept the audience. in roars of laughter. The Battery in 1808, the Fourth Ward, the Burning Boat, and Harlem Bridge in a Snow Storm, were realisThe incidents and tic pictures. episodes are of a pleasing character, both amusing andattractive. The same bill will do repeated every evening and Wednesday and Saturday matinees. New Orleans Picayune. This company will be at tho Opera House Monday, Jan 18th. melo-drama, -st Canton Plannel 5c. "K7"id.e were 2c. IPlaid. Ootton, 5c Oolored. Boplin for Comfort, 3c O-ood. S-u.itin.gr, Sc. Q-ood- . 7c "Vva-- s lOc. Academy of Music Miss Lottie J. L. RODMAN & SON DR. W. I. KE LEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the Tho Original and Old Reliable Microbe Killer n palatable remedy which cures diseases by nrrestln .decay and placing the system In u natural and healthy condition. Investigate tht nfrttsor this wonderful health giving discovery, which has stood the test and cured thousands ot all manner ot diseases; and germ or microbe beware ot all other destroyers, which ureoften thus advertised to sell their otherwise worthless mixtures, and which are but imltatons ot this Great Wonder Workliif ltemedy. For full particulars and certificates of wondercures, uddres J. W. OAYLK or ful & GA.YL& CO., sole agents for Franklin con i tj. -- jEJtQlllllIll rm -- Hit. m. VL-- -- flK .iifBf4BfkfjBBBHv Vai btTMt't, 7lf ja wriltao If jo enon&t 1 FHOEITIIS: SOTEL, in Lexington. ky BHHHIIbIm. ptcift.1, ibltlra nffMtt I tomli. ro mr nd wU4n UUlllrint Saturday, January, 23, 1892 Saturday, February, 13, 1892. (Piles) cured without surgical operation an d yttli little or no pain. REEERKNCES . .' W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott.(iober, FmnUfort. Ky. Dr. E. M. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. HEMORRHOIDS WK0 jmmmmm. i 'A M fwr Inilruciloa, will work Indus-triouikow to luck nr hlilf ntilllfial prtn iftUharni. tko can raid and writ, and who, are Thr Thou, and Dalian a ilttatlon. ItrUk I. bri7 - Jan, lC-l- Farm Por Sale. OF FROM 95 TO 100 ACRE, KNOWN AKARM Oliappel or &t. John farm, Smiles from Frankfort, on the Jacksonville turnp!ke;olilellylu Kraft, wl'h about '& ncres ot woodland, excellent for tobacco, and several small orchards of olffer-tn- t fiults. Akoo1 new frame tob icco b mi and Will make ngood dairy plenty of other bulidlnus. and fruit farm. Price and other ttrms reasonable. We have other Hnd much finer virgin fforestl laive tobaccoo lands, parts of the Uarvle eurvy, most favorably located In this Franklin I county, whhh can be bought In tracts .fdtferent8.e,.t desire well-kno- Swift Specific mm& ijrmr xayafc- xyfm will alio furnlik tha iltuttlon or rtirln Ihilr own ocalltUi, whr- ir thjr lift. I mplo)Bint, jrou can whlob at Co., Atlanta, Ga Jctt. ! Bcrberlcn. Frankfort, Ky. ltev. L. 1. Uulett. Reason, Ky. A. II. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. V. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. V. arn toaianiouni. 1 chart noihlna" nd rclT nolh-Ioiwnc Adam might have been tho "god-lieman of men since born" but it Spikor, look out who you write to. ever did anyrecovering doesn't appear that he for his large Mr. Georcre ., Hearn is thing especially good ,..,. '."' " 1 ..,!.. . family. What a lasting blessing ho grip. might have left behind if he could C.;VCantain Thomas Steele also has a have made Salvation Oil and kill I very severe case of the grip. .He pain. - Jan. 16. 1812-2- &leuarvie on pcrion from Wlthrow.Frankfott, Ky. aa ilaaaaaaw'aaMaaaaaam vv?e Ivj?1" county.amnci pr DR. KKLLEVS ofllceand residence Is at 269 VlK?r!MaWaaLafC' provided I bat tnd taufht West Eighth stn'et.Clnclnnatl.andwhere ho may with a lrf be found every day of each week except SATURnumber who ar DAYS. Pamphlets describing these diseases maklnc o,r Itart 1 bounnd Dollar a tach. All I ntw, Yr, and the mode ol treatment sent free to ony one iolld.iur. ruHprtlcuinfi-ee- . Aftir jrou know all, If on W. I. KELLEY, M. D by addreislng SUlnd to ro no further, wbr. no harm Ii don. AJdrtu, C. JLI.I.EX, llox 4JtO, Ainciialu, Mulno 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, 0. Dec.6-ly- . , CONSULTATION FREE. Jas. David Moore, Benson, Ky. M. BiafiBBHii nalnaboT. atmcuii m to Uim, or that rtqalrti much Um. I dcilr but r . v- '. -! f yr r ?" ' I I UIIMI.MMJJJB;UW. BMW an OJXU XOXXJli $J TAR V a u. Slaughter SCI lo Our Great j H This great slaughter sale embraces every article in . our immense establishment. It seems to us h at every citizen in this community should be interested in this GREAT CUT SALE and come and see what we are v$3 doing. M as we are forced to have pioney. V-- WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEB. 1st. We commence this morning another cut, Punishing f,Vp'i1 Goods. Men's Clothing. See 315 pairs Jeans Pants, quality, $1.50 and $1.75, cut best to $1.25. Clothing, Clothing. Boys' and Children's. I Shnes! Sto OI1UCS. rVitt- - Shoes! VyJaMuTi J .See our regular 6oc. White Shirts cut to 39c. See our 50c. and 60c. Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, cut to 40c. See our jSi Shirt cut to 79c! See the regular 50c. and 60c. Shirts cut to 40c. See our 10c. Half Hose. See our 8c. Handkerchiefs. See our 15c. Suspenders. See the greatest cut in Furnishing Goods in this city. v,M r unuitj pi.iu rvia T wlff-- ' df r JflUPT ? - rtfc-- i t yt t&A ' See our 26. 50 Overcoats cut to. $4. See our $6 and $7 Suits, Sacks and Frocks, cut to 4. See 1,956 Suits, some of them cut 20 percent., some 30 percent., and some one-hainto. lf See the $ 1 Overcoats. See the iSee the $4.-5-- oee our Shoes 90c. to 19c iiiidren s School i. id. .. .. . . . 1' WltKU 5 Suits cut to S3. 50. 6.50 Suits cut to Boys' See our Ladies Rubbers only See our Men's ami Boys' Lace and Congress Shoes, $1, 10. See the GREATEST SHOE Stock in Frankfort go at a sacrifice. See ' our 45c. Pants. Knee The greatest slaughter sale ever known in this. city. See our $7 Cape All Wool Overcoat go at $4. C?3El-XJTC?H5D- Et Bf JL bewitching in a Lord Fauntleroy Jfjiporl News & Kissisiippi Valley costume. Miss Josephine Hughes, in light blue cashmere, was admired no little. Miss Lou Drane was thought lovely in cream. The charming Miss Nettie Walcutt was clad in black silk with natural flowers, and others well known in Frankfort) society attended. Washineton, Philadelphia, Among the gallant beaux were the familiar faces of Messrs. Robert.Mar-vi- n Now York, Baltimore, and Will Averill and Ed. Bull, of Frankfort, Cadets Fry, Wilburn, Baylis, Crockett and Meadow. Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re The gay festivities were kept up until the ''wee small" hours of the morning when the guests reluctantly AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. departed declaring it to be one of the jolliest entertainments of the A Subscriber. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. IBM. Co, aAdJHzCMiiKAtiSSS v Main Street, FRANKFORT. .Zffotlier 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. A Child and "Well. are Do- ltajc MM vsm. Shorten and quickest between ' m quite out of the question.' " "I don't believe it" said a woman, who hoard the sad news "I don't believe she's any worse off than I was, Ave years ago, from the same trouble, and I don't look very much like a dead woman, do I?" She certainly did not, with her red, plump cheeks, bright eyes, and 150 pounds of good healthy bone, blood and flesh. "I'm going to see her and tell her how she can get well." She did so She advised Mrs. Brown to take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Mrs. Brown took the advice, also the medicine which cures all kinds of delicate diseases bo common among women, and got well. That was two years ago. Last month she presented Mr. Brown with a ten pound son, and "mother and child are doing well." Mrs. Brown was sick. Her friends aaid she would never set well. "What's the trouble?" "O, some kind of female weakness! The doctors have given up her case as hopeless. 'She may live for some time', they say, 'but as for a cure, that is Who has n National Reputation for (lie Treatment of Chronic and Nervous Diseases Treated over Ten 1 hous- and Patients in the Slate of Indiana Last Year. ' lH Ml Ca?- rftnWort.TlaiirjaloM , and Paris, Fal-znoath - season. lisle. fiiaysTille, Cynthiana, and Coringtoa. Startling: Facts. The American people are rapidly becoming a race of nervous wrecks, and the following suggests the best Kincdy: Alphonso Hempflin, of Butler, Pa., swears that when his son was speechless from St. Vitus dance Dr. Miles' great Restorative Nervine cured him. Mrs. J. R. Miller, of Valparaiso, and J. D. Taylor, of Lo- - EAST BOUND . Lve. Fust Mull Lexington Winchester " Mt. Sterling " Ashland . .' Cuttlettsburg Huntington Washington Philadelphia WEST Limited Accin. Express Daily Dally Dally. Daily. Ex Sun. ex Sun 735um "600pm 1140am 50pm i Outim 82un 645pm 1280pm 735pm 864am 712pm l uopm DAILY. J ASK FOP. I I TICKETS Via KY MIDLAKS. ,',i TBIIIS.HOI IT CEJmEsTUIUHDTiyE. THIS TABHE MAY 17 1800. .. I 1210am 1007tm 810am " 12 28pm ID 28pm .VJum " lzoupm iu 17pm 30am " UHdUm 2 10pm " 1047am 550pm Now York Arr. 120i)tn 820pm BOUND. Lve, DAILY " i' m, p.m. A'0-7- TRaLNo EiSt I ' Fun Near Farmdale. Editor Roundabout: Friday night Rose Hill, the hospitable home of Mrs. B. S. Hughes, was the scene of much merriment and a party being given in onorof Mr. B. S. Hughes, jr.,;who entertained quite a number of his friends. The house was brilliantly lighted and beautifully decorated. Miss Lucile Hughes looked regally beautiful in white silk, received the She was guests most cordially. assisted by her Bister, Miss Daisio Hughes, a lovely aeuutanie, ciau in a robe of-- white. Miss Cora Blake-morgowned in black silk entrain, won all hearts by her sweet gracious manners,'and Miss Lizzie Howlett, one of the society .girls of Richmond. Va., and whose stately bearing and sweet manners were admired by all and soon won many friends, was clad in a robe of deepest black. with the These voung ladies, assistance of Cadet Ben Hughes, received the guests and were over on the alert to promote the happiness of the gay throng. Dancing was indulged in until about twelve when e, convulsions a day, and much head ache, dizziness, backache and nervous prostration by one bottle. Trial bottles, and fine book of marvelous cureB free at J. W. Qayle's, who recommends and guarantees this 3 remedy. d nnsnnvt Tnrl no nil irolnnrl ?fl nminrln from taking it. Mrs. K. A. Gardner, of ViBtula, Ind., was cured of 40 or 50 m LOUISVILLE MARKET. TOBACCO UOOaillj 1 35pm (i46ii) 025 tin 4pm 7 14pm Abhlund . . . " G87am 200pm 727l)in 'Ex Sun Mt. Sterling Lve. 1027am, 508pm 1 iOpm 025am . " uioam 0 40pm l Bopm 715am mncuesier Lex tiKton . Arr. 1205pm G20pm 2 45pm 805am Louisville Arr. I 625pm) aSQpml 74ilpm H60.1111 LIMITED VESTIBULEDTUAINS .dally In connection with Chesapeake & Ohio 'K. F. V." . to New York. A&T MAIL TtlAUNB runs anil make local stops between Lexington until Huntand Cuttlettsbunf " o. n Ar. Cincinnati Lv. ' Lv. Frankfort . 0 aih 6 45 aiKbprii . " Swltzer. . . . tj 411 tibH " Stump. Gro'd 7 03 0 1 Ar. Ueorgetown . 7 21i 0 46 Lv (leorgt'n, VIU' I ". I I ; iHt8. 4 IK) 4 4 S5 l Mixed. i la l vi vs J 6 00 . 1 07 . 1 47 fieorttovn " Newtown. . .1016 7 7 25 7 25 10 is 15 7 S6 .7 53 6 21 ?; BO 3 JE 25 45 a If. 4 r. L'. P. Walter, M. D. Centrevllle. Ar. Paris . . . Lv. Purls.viah.C. ; uovmgton Ar. Cincinnati Mayaviiie . ml 2V?1 519 4 G 'l 48 .2 . - . . i" . ington. ;cay1!s!eK:?TTT!TS Piirl8viiiir.fr Winchester.1 Richmond. . I .... .... .... . .'. (137 u 10 25. FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. tlons run dally. LKXIN'-i'U- HUNTINGTON & MOREHEAD nccoinmodu- - &MUlti.IIEAU& MT. STJ ltd Mr accommodations wMfturu run dully SLivBi-im- i to anu ushlngton and New York urtio change.troin without just closed amountto hhds. Our market opened up this week very brisk and active and prices were fully maintained throughout, notwithstanding the heavy offerings. One hogshead of new burloy was sold as high as $25.50 per 100 being the highest price yet realized tor the hospitable host appeared at the the new crop. The market has been doorway and very amusingly an- somewhat stronger on old burley. The following quotations fairly nounced supper. They repaired to thedining room, which was beauti- represent our market for burloy fully decorated with mistletoe. Ices, tobacco: 8,141 hhds.,with receipts of 3,684 for the same period. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 4,170 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1890 on our market to date 4.17G Sales on our market for the week THKUUuU The Celebrated Snecjullst. and President of the Southern Mencnl and Surreal institute. LV, Louisville, Ky.. who has created such a sensation " lnund around Louisville by curlnir diseases that ballled the medical fraternity of that city, by Ar. special request of many patrons In ami around our town, will visit Frankfort ut the io lo ::: ! .' 1 1 n 12 p . . r;r. 5 48 0 25 7 fifi Ju JS M ,1 I g Jg ,m iv ;;;; ' - A. M. A. .. C. L. BrtOWN, (ien. Pass. Agent. U W. UAIINKT. Capital Hotel, January Until 3 o'clock 2, 1892, TRAINS WEST. Lv. Richmond via , No.U W. S. IMfKKOPe. ' season wore served. ' Among the guests was the beautiful Miss Flossie French in black silk. Miss Lulu Hughes, with her sweet face and winning manners, was declared oharming in a street costume. Miss Janie Dehonoy, in blue Bedford cord was the center of an admiring group. Miss Sallio Theobald was fruits and the delicacies of the Trash (dark) or damaged $2 tobacco 3 Oolory trash Common lugs not colory 3 ,. 6 Colory lugs ...,. 5 Common leat 7 Medium to good leaf. 12 Good to fine flllera Select or wrappery -- 3 50 00 50 00 00 50 00 00 fluff 12 00 000 22 00 00 00 0 4 10 8 leaf. 22 00 33 00 c io 1 05 One day only. Treats ull Curable Medical and 'm " Winchester '. Surgical Diseases, Cross Eyes straightened with7 15 1 68 yfi . . . . . . 7 48 2 33 I ja out Pain, Cancers cured without knife or Costlc, Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Diseases of the Eye, Lv. Maysvllle Via . J xmi, nose, j uruiii nun j.iiiiksi, .Dyspepsia, urignt's K, C, . , e 20 1 60 - ,m " RnrlllA . . . Scientific American Disease, Dlabetls, Kidneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic i o du a 'zn . stsm Female and Sexual Diseases. " 11 Ar. l'aris 7 4(1 4 in Agency for OH FITS CURED. EPILEPSY Lv. Cincinnati via A I"03ITIVE OOAUANTKK.. ", Si n nn k. n Youn' and middle aged men suirerlng from : . . ' SpermutOTheti and Impotency.usthe result of '' Covington 2 28 e R XI In youth or excess In mature years and Ar. Purls . . t.it : " other causes, producing some of the following I.V. PlIPlo B HU JJ I" 0 20 1$ 4 80 ; ' Centrevlile '. 9 20 8 60 6 39 elfects. its omissions, blotches, debility, nervous6 M ness, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion tn " Newtown . . 030 0 02 6 49 619 fM society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, Ar.Oeorxetown . D 10 02 7IM B4n rt AM FAT a. which unlit the vjotlrn for business or marrlago, lu TRADE MARK8, ure permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. Lv. 1, . . nERIDN BITrUTd Q. tt C 7 00 7 00 4 00 BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. ';'! OOPVRIOHTS. Ktn. C57"Syiihllls nnd complications, as sore throat, AMfeorgetown . 1002 1002 704 al . . . falling of hulr, pain in the bones, eruptions, etc., Lv. Georgetown. " moi 10 02 I 7 00 fi 45 fr0 Handbook writo to Mi'RJSr?'0 W N3 ure perfectly eradicated without using mercury or " Stamp. Gro-- 10 24 10 24 7 31 7 21 . . . Svn0.VSSu.'!?r8ecur,."Paont " America. other Injurious drugs. (ionorrhren, (Meet, ' Swltzer . . . 10 88 110 38 7 47 7 50 .k IhfSJ.PS10.01 takeP out by "5 is brouRht beoro . public by o notlco given free of charge In tho Stricture and all Urlnury and Kidney Troubles " Elkhorn. . . 10 46 10 4G 7 55 8 10 .' . "3 are speedily cured by treatment that has never Ar. Frankfprt . . 1100 'iioiiIbio 8 40 : failed. Ho undertakes no Incurable cases, but 'A. 7. Kfltlil l1 .Inltu ... N)H. c cures thousands given up to die. Remembor the date and come early, as his rooms are always an 4' d"illy .' vNos'. ffanrtft SunJ ys o y ' HOWARD crowded wherever he stops s'&tendlntls CONSULTATION FREE. man anould bo without It. Correspondence solicited und confidential. VERNON CLARK, General Passenger Agent. on a wkir Address THE SOUTHERN MED. & SURO. INST., CLAUDE BOWLS, Clty'Tlcket Agent. 510 6th St., Louisville, Ky. Oct, GENERAL OFFICES, Hahhiron. ;... Ashland. It. A..Lexlnitton.Ky. Ky. Sun. Puss Pass Only train, ftruln. MIX. Mix. train. train tin ; ; .. i.. ' u I. Al.ll M ,'I'IA. ., No. 8, Nol2 t. m. ... I I ' I mjM i self-abus- ... ..,. ... ... Clncl-nntlv- ll J 1 .... 1 17-l- y. KHANKFORT. KT. sBu