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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892012301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TfjfflBfl fiffimfmi i "tfUirr The Volume XV. Framfobt Roundabout. A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advanco . m GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. FRANKFORT, KY., JANUARY 23, 1891 Number 20 K. ',h f ii" Royal Baking Powder is reported by the U. S. Government, after official tests, highest of all in leavening power. It is the best and most economical; a pure cream of tartar Baking Powder. Communicated. Editor Roundabout: I have hoard thut some of the boys say "old man Miles had better attend to his own business " I wish it distinctly understood, boys, that this is just e'xactly what I am doing, and I will not say anything cnac i nave not the right to sny and my duty to say, as I said in my second letter. I have children, grandchildren, kinfolks, neighbors and neighbors' children, thatJ wish to save. The time of my life is past to live for self and self .alone, if there was ever a time. The .man, woman or child who lives for self alone fails of the object for which they were created. We all are or .should be "our brother's keeper." Everyone that fails to do something for humanity fails of tho duty required at their hands from God. Boys, life is too short, even if you should live as long as I have. While I have no doubt it seems a long time to you, but to me it has passed rapidly away. I have passed far over the hill top and am looking back and reviewing the road traveled and wish I could blot from my memory things that I did in my youth and young manhood things that I will never do acain had I my life to live over. Young' man. I do not ask you to do one single thing that will take away from, you any youthful pleasure, only I warn you to be careful not to engage in any amusement or any that is calculated to lead you nto bad habits. If you And you have made misteps, that you have been -- F. BRffWER S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, j Lexington Ky. Upholstered pupnitupe, Parlor 3-u.its XDiveixis-Ooia.clie- s, W The one aim of your life must be To live as uirisil.uiM do, Be'luvt) Hod gave i(u only sou To die for su :h as you. l. Jacksonville. And don't forjet on Suiul ly nwrn To yd to Sundiiy-schooYou'll learn tlie "Ten Commandments'' there, LlkewlRe tlie "Golden Kulo," And every time yon go to church. You'll And each step you've trod Has brought you th.it intra closer ho.ne. Ana one step nearer uou. "Obey your parents," llttlo boy. In nil they ask of you, And alwHjs "do tlioti unto them," As they would do to joi. As God loves you, so jou love them. That when tlioy've passed nwny, You'll walk the path they made for you, And never go astray. & honest, sober, truthful, kind; Of sin, my boy, benire! Remember Got., in id your walks, Bo I Is with you everywhere; And when i you nightly kneel to pray! And ask God' blessing too. He'll bless your soul for Jesus sake, And be a friend to you. p i' P led astray, retrace them instantly. Be careful, bo thoughtful, be always on your guard, ''looking out for breakers." You will find traps set for .you everywhere, avoid them. "One of the boys'' says he has heard such expressions as "Mr. Miles should practice what he preaches." To all such I say, come to me To Be Given Away. and toll mo of my imperfections. I am not perfect, which I confessed in druggist J. my last, but I promise everyone of G.'i--Our enterprising tho finest stockW lo of who carries you to join in with you and work to irugs, perfumeries, toilet articles, attain a higher life. away brushes, You are doing things that will bo a a largo sponges, etc., is givingof Dr. number of trial bottles dark spot in your memory, even if ;you live to be much older than I am. Vines' celebrated Restorative Nervine. 0 uaranteos It will never leave your memory, you dizziness, nervous it to cure headache, prostration, sleep will have a depression of feelings lessness, tho ill effects of spirits, towhenever you think of them. You bacco, coffee, eto. Druggists say it ie are losing the confidence of every the they over respectable person, a great many of and greatost sollersatisfactory. know, Thoy have lost all ol their commence, also ib universally Miles' New Heart guarantee Dr. rou not loBt all yet. I have "stuck organ of nervous by" the worst of you. This.you know Cure in all cases palpitation,orpain is ic heart disease, . . . not merely by words but by acts. i 8iuo, etc. iino booK on 'Ttforvntm A drunkard is not fit to live, say and Heart Disease" free. 4 nothing of dying. You will not perhaps admit that you are drunkards. Hoys, remember a pig is not a hog, A Golden Nugget,, but a pig raakeB a hog. Drinking liquor makes drunkards. No one A strange novelty is this golden wants to be a drunkard, everyone table corn, rich abhors the vory idea of being ono, cream color. withis its beautiful those It olaimed by as certain, if you keep on who know it that it is very sweet, but just drinking liquor, keeping late hours, early tender, and a superior engaging in revelry and debauchery, corn. and notice Viok recommends We .you will be drunkards just as sure as it very hirrhlv. The Floral Guide. you are in existence which comes us I am learning more and more every of Carnations to on bringinga bouquet tho boys. I am with a splendid bunch front cover, day something about the of getting now ones on my list every Poppies on the baok, gives Brilliant full day. I know things that I am scription of this now corn, whioh deis to know, but, only 15 cents a packet. Vick's .ashamed for the world Floral boys, if you do not call a halt I will Guide a place expose you. I will never tell a lio on of any is worthy expects in tho homoa ono who to you, you may depend on this. An garden tho coming spring. make all old friend and neighbor of mine used means send ten cents to JamosBy Vick's to say "I.do not mind a lie being told Sons, Rochester, N. Y for? tho Guide, on mo, It is tho truth that hurts." and you can deduct tho amount I copy "Lines to ray Little Boy," your first order. It will pay from you from my old friend Will S. Hays. well. Boys read this, road thoso linos, read thorn over and over again. There aro .grand thoughts in them. Tho author Maple Shade Stock Farm. has beon ''one of the boys." Mr. D. P. Faulconor, of Danvillo, LINES TO MY LITTLE BOY. remarks, "I used your trial box of My little boy, I never look Quinn's Olntmentandtookoff a Curb. Into you childish face, Havo since used two bottles. It 1b But what I think, old as I am, 1 would not take jour place, very satisfactory." Testimonials of you can't be it toy but once, For this character is surely oonvinoing Though I my childhood crave, to-da- Fathers and mothers, take hold of your boys, even if they are big boys. Thoy aro our boys whether big or little. Take them by the hand, go with them to Sunday-schoo- l, to church. Say "come boys," never say "go boys." It depends on you to form good habits in your children while young. We havo greatly neglected this. We take special pains with tho girls, wo raise them pure anu as spotiesB as little lambs. The boys are raised like wolves both to manhood and womanhood -- when the lambs are turned out among the wolves to be devoured by them. Teach the boys and girls both what life is so thoy will bo able to fight their own battles. The lack of this teaching is filling the bagnios and brothels of the world with seduced innocence It is terrible to think of, but until the next goodbye. Yours truly, John E. Miles. y Some snow and, sleat and still snowing. The cold weather seems to check the grippe in this vicinity. One of our most prominent citizens, E. J. Harlow, is at this writing physiA cally indisposed. Dr. Frank Adams, Bagdad, attending physician. of Mrs. Parmelia Scroggin, who has been down for some time, is no better. Being very old her case is somewhat doubtful. Mrs. Amelia Montfort, of Denver, D3o Colorado, is visiting her mother near Bagdad. James Allen Brigot, of Flag Fork neighborhood, paid us a flying visit Sunday. Como again Allen, we like to see you ever now and then. Mr. Isreal Tharp visited his son in- The "WHITE AND GOLD" Finish is the Latest, and is law, Willie Long, last week. Who very Attractive. knows, ho may have been prospecting, as he has been informed of a beautiful damsel in these parts. Success, fiddler. Dr. A. M. Miles will soon move his family to Harvieland. where he has been practicing his profession for some time. George Bright shipped his tobacco to the Green River Warehouse, Louisville, last week, realizing 14 per hundred all around. George says when they began to cry S17 on it ho tnured his baok on the buyer and &c. told him to como again. We havo quite a youth in our land who took a 32 Smith & Wesson cartridge rifle a few morning sinco, and shot 2 chickens right through the head at ono shot. While he 1b young in years, he is unerring in aim. For further particulars call on or address Willie D. Clark, Zilpah. A larce line of Mr. Elizah Browor, of Flat Creek Oa,X"vneighborhood, has recently moved on Mr. Luther Demaree's farm, where he will in tho future assist Mr. Dem-are- e .s in the execution of any work that said Domaree may seem proper -to have executed. All useful Christmas Presents. , Everybody take tho Roundabout this year. You will live longer and wiser and wo believe die happier. Easy OIh.a,irs, And DEBoclsers, FINE LEATHER WORK REED AND SPECIALTY! RATTAN FURNITURE Olxsiirs, Settees, Oom.er Olialrs, ciders., OoxiTrersatioin. 03n.airs, TsuToles, c3cc, in slII STiaaj.ela.es. UQf'Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows Made to Order. Lowest Prices. Give us a call. C, F. BROWER Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, WE HAVE ZE'oclset iKnives, and Straps, 3--uin- - A.rrLixn.Ition, and -- Oatchum. Four Blade Poc&et Knife Byes and Ears - -- -- to-da- y. Have we that we may see and hear; brains, that we may reason and understand; so there's little excuse for much of the Buffering that is tolerated. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is fast becoming the one recognized remedy for all diseases resulting from thin, impure and impoverished blood. Indigestion and dyspepsia, scrofulous affections, liver and kidney diseases, sores and swellings, catarrh and consumption, are Wood affections. With purified, enriched and vitalized blood, they flee aB darkness before the light! Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is tho only guaranteed 25C ZML Successor to Cray c& zits-orutoeGh.-u.roh.- . JACOBSWIGERT&CO., j A.G-iEjnsrc's, and liver invigorator. Money promptly returned, if it doesn't benefit or oure. blood-purifi- er Sold on trial! Have RtemoVed From the Batzell Building Advertised Letters at Frankfort, Ky. list of advertised letters for the week onding Jan. 23d, Below will be found a 1892: IvuIlSr STEEET, TO H101 MD 102 KM STREETS OlfcT -- 911 Mrs. Leigler, J. D. iuilza Mattens, Dick iW'They will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a O'Oonnoll. Eramot Arnold. John short time. Anderson, Mrs. Molan, Jonn Nora Reed, Mrs. A. S. Armstrong, BubIi, B&BEmsnt of the Capital HotiLo-- raff You're starting up tho hill of llfd, I'm Hearing to my grave. 01 May God guide your footstept right, And guard your gulloless tongue, Andteucnjouhow to worship Him, And lovo Illm while jou're young, And iwtyjou live, that when youdle, ' A heavenly crown you'll win, And may ou be n better man Through llio than 1 have been. Brawner, W. R. P. Stewart. W. G Curd, Jim Triplott, Mrs. Oas sio Goings, Mrs. Nancy Tracy, Edward evidence. Waggonor, A. B. Hugh, 0. C. Higginbotham, Wilson, Mrs. Lydia E. Martin W. L. Coppersmith makes a Miss Miss Wood, specialty of fine work. Resetting JoluiBon, A. George Mamio F. 234 St. Clair street. diamonds, eto. Johnson, Mrs. 15-l- y. John aeewara, John H. a MATTERS, -- r J- - m. BEATTY, Attorney at Law Sr Real Estate Agt.t LEB, CO. TDS3CB- BEATTYVILLE, hii iirraiier 334 MAIN STREET, PRACTICES IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFK, 1 Kdtlll, .luckson, Powell, Claj and other counties Sei)t.5-tr- . Martha W. J. CHINN, JR, .Tun.WMy. 'These rules adopt through all your life: lie resol ite and strong, And It you live up to them all, My boy, you'll not do wrong. W. L. Coppersmith, tho jowolor, does tho best of work at moderate vertisod. prices. Call and soo. 234 St. Clair Btroot. 45-ly. When culling for thoso letters say ad- - J. M, BAvrEi,L, Postmnstor. FRANKFORT, KY. Will practice in all State Courts, flee second floor, Custom House. Of-- n,!iil$U., hHbMEwjI WvhT'yTcrwW'rwwwiMmm wim ' muni i i nmwin niiwiiiiii mm. n i ihiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiii mill mi fe an employe of tho Yeoman office, but A BEAUTIFUL WES5UING. J now of Washington Oity, and resided ' Tom Green, of Louisville, w.9 in in the houso recontly purchased by TIae VanDcrveer-Stewar- t Mr. Will Coke, on tho cornor of rv i. asum rz tbo city Wednesday. NxiptialH Wednesday" am. j. i. uajsic, (mcKory urovo arm, iiomo " Kaclno, Wis., says: "After trying . of Louisville, Campbell and Logan streets. Mr.Kemp Ridgely, of Evening. every known remedy, I removed a largo Bunch Z or two years standing, from a 3 year eld Ully, S was In tho oity Thursday. Don't! If a dealer offers you'a botwith thrco applications of s Quite a beautiful affair was tho Miss Rose Gorin, of Louisville, io tle of Dr Bull's Cough Syrupwithout wrapper or lables, or in a multilated wedding of Mr. John McOlollan visiting friends in this city. condition, don't touch it -- don't buy it and Miss Rosalie Stewart at Mr. Jake Oorbott, of Pinoville, is at, uny j)7 ice, there is something wrong It Is tbo best preparation I bavo overused or heard S tho First Presbyterian Church on of. 1 heartily recommend It to all Horsemen." it may bo a dangerous or worthless Wednesday evening. in tho city visiting relatives. Numerous incounterfeit. Insist upon getting a We have hundreds of such tctllmoniatt. Miss Mattie Jones is visiting Miss perfect, unbroken genuine package vitations had been issued and when Price 1.50 per bottle. Ask your druggist for It. If bo Maud "Wayts in Georgetown. t keep It, send us 25c stamps or silver, for trial box. tho Church was thrown open tho TRADE UABK. TV. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. Louisvillo, Mr. John McDowell, of seats wore soon filled with tho friends Box Party. was in the city Wednesday. of tho young people, and standof Louisville, is Mr. Jos. Haworth, the handsome ing room was at a premium in tho Mr. John Stewart, FOR LOW T'ltlCES CALL ON- and popular actor who appeared at rear of tho house. The reading desk visiting his parents near this city. the' Opera House last night, gvo had been removed and a canopy of Miss Christine Reynolds has return- Gov. Brown and family a box party. evergreens, ornamented with roses, ed from a visit to friends in Lexing- Mr. Haworth appeared in his favorite was erected over tho pulpit, forming ton. role, of "St. Marc, tho Soldier of an alcovo, which ended in an arch of Judge P. U. Major Is lying very ill Fortune." evergreens and white flowers at tho Hardware, Wall Paper and Decorations, Lime, at his room in tho old Mansion House front. From the aroh was suspended building. Cemont, Shss, Oils nd H sed Paints, Dcatli of IHrs. Allen. Iron, Steel Belting a largo heart, also made of evergreens Sulu Mr. Z. J. Montgomery, of Eddy-villand flowers, and on either side were ICoors, BliKd-s- Scs., o Slxot. and. Mrs. Evalino Allen, mother of Mrs was in the city Monday and o banked potted plants and D. M. Woodson, of this city, died at A Hil.L LINE OF Tuesday. Al0 fier home near Slater, Missouri, on flowers. Morris left Tuesday Miss Emma The following gentlemen acted as the 5th instant, aged 71 years. Her ushers: Messrs. W. R.' Griffith and aftornoon for a short visit to friends husband, Mr. James Allon, was very Richard A. VanDerveer, of this city; in Louisvillo. ill at the timo of her death, but was John McDowell, of Louisville, and ex Miss Bessio Bernard, of Louisvillo", improving at last account?. alt. John Bryant, of Shelby ville. is visiting MiBs Mary Browdor, on i The attendants were Miss Henrietta uus a r lewis sraErr tho South Side. Tlic Why of 21. NKFORT KENTUCKY. Blackburn and Mr. Ed. L Stanton, LaGrango, Rev. J. B. Tharp, of Olr. So long as the city was governed Miss Birdie Brown and Lieutenant, spent several days with relatives in by a Council made up of different po- Governor M. 0. Alford, MIbs Rosa this city this week. Gorin and Mr. W. F. Grayot, Miss Miss Belle Olay, of Lexington, is litical faiths, city affairs were kept Katie Green and Mr. John P. Stewart, tolerably straight. But when a the guest of Miss Christine Reynolds, straight party tiekot was elected at Miss Minnie VanDerveer, Maid of at Fleetwood Farm. the polls things about tho City Hall Honor, and Mr. John Rodman, Best sK-aario-AJDr. H. M. Pusey, of Louisvillo, at- began to get very much mixed, and Man. Lj wedtended the VanDerveer-StowaWayland Graham presided at at tho present writing they are in Prof. ding Wednesday night. 3! right smart of a muddle. Why not tho organ and performed the wedDr. J. W. Dodd, of Shelby-vill- return to tho old way, throw party to ding march while tho party entered Mrs. attended the VanDerveer-Stew-ar- t the dogs and elect tho best man in tho Church in the following order: wedding Wednesday. -Up the left aisle tho ushers, followed the city to manage our affairs? AND DEALER IN- Hamilby the groomsmen, two and two Mrs. Sallie VanDerveer, of Tom Keene. ton, Ohio, is visiting her daughter, the ushors taking Btation two on Mrs. John Milam, on Clinton street. each Bide of the pulpit, fronting the iPii) AND FITTINGS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVBN To audience, the groomsmen crossing Mr. H. M. Stucky and wife, of JUU ANJJ UON TRACT WORK. ALL WORK over, coming a short distance down Louisvillo, are visiting Mrs. Stucky's GUARANTEED. the right aislo and taking position. mother, Mrs. S. P. Browder, on ShelFRANKFORT, KENTUCKY- Tho bridesmaids then moved, two Opposite State Houso, by street. and two, up the right aisle and when Mr. Howard Gaines, manager of the they reached tho groomsmen they returned Thursday Opera House, broke into couples as given above, Business College from a business trip of two weeks to moved up to the altar and arranged SHORTHAND, TELEQRAPHY, &0. New York. themselves two couples on either Write for Catalogue and Full Information. Mr. Clint Leigh, of Paducah, has side of the pulpit. When all were in arrived in the city, and has gone to position the bride, accompanied by that it.was his fourth venture his W. L. Coppersmith challenges comwnrlr in tho Assistant Secretary of her maid of honor, and the groom, former wives having died. That as parison in workmanship on any State'B office. accompanied by his best man, moved the result of his former marriages he repairs in his line. 231 St. Clair Miss Nellie Fellmer entertained a simultaneously up opposite ailes. On had fifteen children, thirteen Btep street. euchre Wedfew friends at reaching tho altar the maid of honor children, forty-fiv- e grandchildren nesday evening, in honor of Mr. and and best man advanced and took and three great grandchildren. Mrs. H. M. Stucky, of Louisville. position, one on each side of the For a man who has "never had Mrs. W. L. Cannon and arch, tho bride and groom met in much luck with women" ho has dono Mr. and family, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, of for s scott drown, Thos. W. Keene, tho celebrated front of tho arch, advanced and stood pretty well as a multiplier and As executorotor okn. ilo. on tha Frankfort I will been visiting relatives in tragedian, will appear at the Opera immediately under it. Rev. J. tho earth. of who have ami Lawrenceburg pike, three miles from Frank-fo- rt. on this city, returned home yesterday. House Monday evening as Richelieu. McOlusky Blayney, D. D., tho offlci- Thursday, February 4th, 1892. already taken Oil, What a Cougli. All tho personal property of said decedent, conMr. Charles R. Darnell, of Rich Mr. Keene has been playing an en- ating minister, had sisting of fanning implements, crop, stock. Sc. McOauley's Theatre in position within the alcove, and while Mo., is visiting his siBter, Mrs. gagement at Hill, dlnburgh; Will you hoed the warning; the wellbre.l bay nine, In foal Ito buggy horse; 1 8 or Monday being an Prof. Graham performed a soft, sweet old Ully, by Edinburgh; Thos. Jett. His many old friends Louisville, and signal perhaps of tho sure approach 10 he d o" cattl . anions the number two or upon the organ, with solemn of that moro terrible disease Con- three llr.st class milch cows, and uncutg five good, give him a happy and warm recep- open date, Managar Gaines succeed- melody cattif; IB shunts, wolglil nbout ed in inducing him to come to this language joined the two young hearts sumption? Ask yourself if you can aUo bows and pigs, a lot of tion. afford, for the sake of snving GOc, to about fX) or 600 pounds of lard; n lot bacon and city. He is supported by Mr. Walter for life. of canned, Mrs. 0. P. Williams and niece, Miss Ac. Tho Tho party left tho church by the run the risk and do nothing for it. goods, harrows, tanning implements consist of. ' barrels a Louisvillo boy, and a c. pure Gertrude Green, of Covington, are Mathews, company Mr. Keene is one left aisle, in reverse order, took car We know from oxporionco that plows,Yhieitr u gjar. fowls,Also ubout2(X)ofbarrels: elder lot of and Shiloh's Ouro will cure your coiigh. of corn. Mr. R. L. Green, splendid Visiting herbrother, actors upon the Ameri- riages and repaired to the home of never fails. This explains why TERMS. All urns under ten dollars, cash; Deputy Clerk of the Court of Ap- of the finest should be greeted with the bride's parents, at tho Feeble- It six mouths' time, more than a Million Bottles wore over that amount, payable at Depositwith good, negotiable note, can stage and BankoC peals. minded Institute, where they, to- sold tho past year. It relieves croup Frankfort, Ky. Terms f sale to bo complied, a large audience. Seats are already and whooping cough at once. with before property Is removed. gether with a few.invited guests, were Dr. 0. B. Chinn has been very ill on sale at Barrett's. Jan It. DROWN, Mothers, do not bo without Executor of Gen. Scott Brown, dee'd. handsomely entertained from 8 until lame back, side or chest uso it. For at his home, on the corner of Second Shiloh's 10 o'clock. and Campbell streets, for the past two Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W Amusement. 37 weekB, and his physicians entertain Tho bride wore white silk, made Gayle. little hopes of his recovery. M. B. en train, with bridal vail, and carried Wednesday, Jan. 27th, Mr. Mr. W. M. Kavanaugh, managing Leavitt's grand spectacular Panto- a boquet of pink roses. The other ZXSSSEM&EgSSRS Spider and Fly, FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. mime editor of tho Little Rock, Arkansas, will beExtravaganza,the Opera House. ladies were also robed in white and presented at Daily Gazette, was called hero on This superb production comes to us carried pink flowers, while tho genTuesday to attend tho funeral of his direct from New York with all its tlemen were attired in black evening u-rFrankfort, Kyv elegants cenery, costumes and effects, dress. father, Rev. H. H. Kavanaugh. and heralded as the most complete Tho young couple will make their FOR THE LUNGS. Miss Mamie Nelson, who has been and costly organization in America. home with the groom's mother, on Has been a family remedy for KENTUCKY parents, Mr. 0. A. Nelson They number forty-si- x UHU RAILWAY CO,, all told and visiting her CONSUMPTION, COLDS, Tuesday morning have been selected from the princi- Shelby street, where their apart- COUGHS, SORE THROAT. HOARSENESS. and wife, returned for this proACUTE pal theatres to Silver Creek, Madison county, duction. The of Europo were made by ments have been handsomely fur- PNEUMONIA, CTARRH, INFLUENZA,ASTHMA, TIME CARD. AND CHRONIC costumes par- WIIOOP1 (J COUGH,RUONCHU'Iri. CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN where she makes her homo with her London's famous costumer, Charles nished for them by the bride's INTUKSIUE AND MP1TTINU OF BLOOD, and EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST, 1890. ull diseases of tho grand parents. Alias, the scenery by Martin and ents. presents were unusually Tho bridal Young, of New York. The Spider GOING F.AST. Mr. W. R. Ohoate has tendered his and Flv embraces everything-thais handsome as well as numerous and Throat, Chest and Lungs as clerk at tho Adams popular, with theatre goers opera useful. 5:0b pm Leave Lexington resignation 4:(0 p m Leave Winchester -Express Office, to take effect on the comedy, spectacular Pantomime and Leave Clay City 4:fU p m There are high class Vaudeville. 0:25 p m Arrive Lumber Point first of February. He wJl assist his several strong novolties, including Consumption. p m DR. Win. HALL'S BALSAM contilnsno opium, Arrive Three Forks Mr. E. K. Choato, whose the latest Drury Lane success, The father, morphine, norany deleterious drug. It soothes Leave Three Forks 11:30 a m 1:25 p m health is so feeble as to prevent his Tandum, also tho famous Gavotte Tho most to bo dreaded of all dis- mid heals the Membrano of the Lungs, lnllnmed Arrive Elkatawa and Tarantella dances by the groat eases ofton begins in a simple cold, and poisoned by disease, and prevents night sweats and tlgntness across the chest. It Is business. attending to GOING WEST. Alhambra Palace Ballot, headed by simply neglected. No cough should pleasant to the taste lie sure and ask for DR. WM. II ALL'S IMlLSAM. and take no other. Ella and Frank Brewer, the star tlanseuse. Minnie Thurgate. be allowed to run a single day inwithMisses For sain by Leave Elkatawa , . .' 8:36 a m the The Spider and Fly is purely a specusing tho finest remedy Arrive Three Forks 10:30 a m T. TTvT. two beautiful and accomplished tacular production, nothing to offend, out world, Dr. Hale's Household Cough Leave Three Forks a ra Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. young ladies, have returned home everything to please. This company Cure. Itacts like magic, strengthening CK Arrive Lumber Point. am PRICE 25C, 50C, $1.00. Arrive Clay City 7:37 a m from a visit to Miss Jennie Jett. go direct from here to tho Masonic the lungs, allaying all irritation and DR. WM. HALLOO.. NEW YORK. Arrive Winchester. 850 a m cures a cough whore all other remeArrive Lexington a m They were entertained by many Temple, Louisvillo. Oct. U4m. , t "' " "' dies fail. 25 and 60c. per bottle at county Franklin Woodford and ITOT Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. nt Lumber Point wltto Connections made Consumption Shiloh's Cure. friends, and carried with them happy steamer for Ueattyvllle Elkatawa li nearest 4 . m station to Jackson. Ky. Trains between Three Year. Many greetings of a New SOHVEYINB llfD CIVIL EnEMNC, Forks and Lexington run dally, between Three A Numerous Family. This is beyond question tho most ForUsand Elkatawa dally. Surdays excepted. hearts will follow. Cough Medicine we have J. L. MURPflY. successful GoneralPassenger Agent ever sold, a few dose3 invariably Mr. Ambrose McDonald, of tho TO THE CITIZENS OF FRANKFORT AND Franklin county: Having returned to Frankcure tho worst cases of Cough, "Tiger" neighborhood, this county, fort to remain for some time I offer my profesDeatli of Mr. Tim McCarty. Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonCivil Engineer, .Surveyor and derful success in the euro of Con- and Mrs. Emily Graves, of Woodford sional services of Draughtsman, Jan.23-2t- . D. M. WOODSON. is without a parallel in tho county, were married at the Baptist Mr Timothy McOarty, for many sumption medicire. Since its first EY-AT-- L history of AW a few days ago, by Rev. years n resident of this city, died at discovorv it has been sold on a Parsonage O. Taylor, a eon of the groom and tho homo of his son Mr John McOar- guarantee, a test which no other W. atRBAL, BSTA.TB AGENT. a it you medicino tv, in Louisvillo, at 7:30 o'clock Wed cough we can stand, ask you to have it. a daughter of tho brido acting as try earnestly When tho groom come to PIUCTICK IN THE COURTS ot A SMALL nosd'ay morning, January 20th. The Price 10c, 50o. and $1. If your lungs tendants. DISTILLERY, NOW Franklin and tho adlolninu countim an t In operation, for giro pc!M attention to the purchM-anyesterday morn are soro, cnesc or uacic lamo, use secure tho services of Mr. Taylor ho Arare bargain. Apply sale clioaD. Only 1.000. will also of funeral took place to saie raal estate, collection of r nU. clslmt. informed tho minister that ho "had A by M.T.MITCHELL. uiu tun ic(utiai.iu U iixtlll ing. Mr. McOarty was the father of Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Hold 37 J. Jan.23-tf- . Frankfort, Ky. never had much luck with women," Gayle. 1nn2Mt Mr. Dan. J. McOarty, for many years W. i Van-Dorveer Sersonals. IK. HpKZT -- Bg QUINN'S OINTMENT, j C. E. COLLINS hum , & BRO.r Plaster, Sb.sll. e, hot-hous- dr. Sswb? and Fins Pipe, and Rack I Tr4. WARD CLAASSE rt e, umber, GasSteam Fitter as Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets, RYANT & STRATTON six-ha- nd IPS! 1 louisville,ky: 45-l- y. EXECUTOR'S SALE. de-fCis- e'l. 1 two-e- ar B w m 2J-- Rob't. B. Frankliii y. ! Hall's Balsam I never-fallin- g ," t . CONSUMPTION, ' d t$ m m m - WM, CROMWELL. ATTORN FOR SALE. 80UR-MAB- I" littfcSikWi. DEH r ". Vm&auetr trsKDKivorrJirjjimxnasacavNuajKUve m? u Gaines' shortage to bo $1,13J.23 fol'ovlnj; t'nm table tr N. ronO: Councilman W. T. Gainos, father of efloot a pou tint Li tho missing Troa3uror. mo"od to TKAINS WEST. postpone tho matter until last night, f:50 a.m. .No.'iSlonvesFrnnkfort ."No. 17 leaven Frankfort 0:40 n. m as ho had reason to beliove that his 0:00 p.m. son was in Sholbyvillo, and If ho did No. 21 leaves Frnnkfort 7:88 p.m. not return by tho time indicated ho No UHbiwop Frnnkfort TUAINBEABT. would himself tondor tho resignation AOumnteod Cure for Piles of wliutewr kin m. of tho Treasurer. Kxteriml. Intermtl, Itllmlor Bleeding or deisri-jNo.18 lenvep Frnnkfort.... 10:10 n. ItcliI (?. Chroilc, ttccent or military. 4:35 p. m. Tho motion was adopted, and so ItcmeUy tins posltlvoly nover been known to This No. 20 louvoB Frnnkfort full. No. '24 arrives Frnnkfort .... K.85 p. m. tho matter Btood at the time we wont $1.00 a box, 6 boxes, for $3.(10; sent by mull, preprice. A written Ouiiruntee paid on receipt of U:16 p. m. "No. 22 lenvofl Frnnkfort to press. positively (jlven to etch purchaser of lx boxes, when puichnse nt ono time, to refun tno 5 on 23, 17 ntid 21 oonnoot nt Li(;rnpgo No. The city is secured against loss by paid If not euro I. (Jimranteo Issued by J W o. 2H nntl 21 conuoot a bond for $25,000, upon which Gen. OAYJ.K. mid LkCOMPTBA OVYLK CO.. s for Cincinnati. .at AnohornjrB for Blomntinlil Brnncli. nnd Solo Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Cull for Fayotto Hewitt, Col. Crun. E. Hogo sample Jnn. W. V. Alex vndeb, ; Agent. and John W. Gainos aro sureties. 'L'ho 1 TIME TABLE. fmnd tho amount of City 'Toasuror now ykm JAPANESE THE ROUNDABOUT W I CURE THE PEOPLE'S PAPER: Everybody takes it. Everybody reads it. Subscription Only $1 Per Year. Druir-gist- lG-l- Tltc Old Original Remedy THE CITY TREHSURY Leads. Reception. Mrs. Goo. F. Berry recoived her lady friends at her elogant residence on the South Side Thursday evening from 5 to 8 o'clock. Tho nouso was decorated with flowers, mistletoe and evergreens, and presented a Ik & Mm Tlie Treasurer Absent and His Account Short $1,656.28. Wednesday afternoon it was whispered on tho streets that City Trea- Siok poople should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about "germs," "baccilll," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, and for years has been, making more cures than all othor remedies combined. Read their advortiHement in this paper. Don't bo deceived. "Mi-crobi- ," jj . ' It KM 13 f LX' Tho Eleventh Annual State Con- woro Mrs. Alice Orbison, Mrs. W. L vention of tho Young Men's Christ- Gannon, Mrs. S. S. Bush and Mrs. ian Association of Kentucky will Cornelia Bush, both of Louisville, oonveno at Danvillo, February 18 to Mrs. W. M. Saffell, Mrs. Wickliffe 21. This Convention is being looked Chapman and MIbsos Sallle Jackson, forward to with great interest by tho Rose Crittenden and Nellie Orbison. Christian young men of the State. The opening address will be delivered by Rev. E. E Hoss, D. D , EdiEducational. y 'i fl n tat: tor of the Christian Advocate, Nashmany Department op Public Instruction, Besides ville, Tennessee. Office of Superintendent, workers from our own State, Rov. Frankfort, Jan. R. J. MoBryde, D. D., Lexington, To County Superintendents: 14th, 1892. Va.; Mr. W. K. Jennings, Pittsburg, Gentlemen: The examination of Pa.; Mr. O. K Ober, Southern Secre- candidates for certificates of gradua- U one of tht beit in fhe State, and tfs are pnparod to turn tary of the International Committee; tion in a common school will be held year on the 5th of February and Mr. F. S. Brockman, College Secreta- this 17th of June. Early next week I out, on snort notice, tho ry of the International Oommitteo; will mail you tho questions for the Mr. S. D. Gordon, State Secretary, first of these We have made no sepfor Ohio, and Mr. F. S. Goodman, Gener- arate questions your colored pupils, and it is left to discretion as to al Secretary, Cleveland, Ohio, Asso- the manner in which you will proceed Treasurer ought to have $4,300 in ciation, have promised to be present in case colored applicants ask for ex"bank there was only about $2,200 in and assist. aminations; also, as to grading the the bank to his credit. Olerk Payne, A large number of delegates aro ex- papers in various branches. Allow thinking ho had made a mistake in pected. The attendance last year at me to suggest, however, that the colored pupils bo examined on the 6th "his figures, returned to his ofllce,called Lexington was 260. Reduced rates on and 18th of the months named above, Gaines in and asked him how much all the railroads, and entertainment respectively, or, if at the s.imo time nnoney he had in bank, when Gaines will be provided. All Christian as the whites, in a different room. It tho $1,200. "That won't young man expecting to attend should was not contemplated by lose law replied about their Payne, "for my books show write at once for programme and full that County Boards should notning, do," said time and do this work lor you ought to have $4,300." "Oh, well particulars to Henry E. Rosevear, ' and each applicant should pay a fee you aro wrong," said Gaines. Payne State Secretary, 431 West Walnut St., nqt to exceed 1. Notify all concerned & a & in advance if possible. then told him to como to tho desk Louisvillo. Complaints have reached this office and they would go over the acoount X from various quarters since the first v. X together, which they did, Gaines do Darby's Prophylactic of November that the State Board . X X V X X Questions are sometimes in tho ing the figuring while Payne read off Use itin every sick-rooX Will hands of applicants weeks before examounts, and tho result snowed the X furnishkeep the atmosphere pure and amination day, and that tho $4,300 as the sum there should be ing of them has come to be a matter wholesome; removing all bad odors of traffic. I am told that these com- X X X in tho Treasury. from any source. are of long standing. It is When the amount was ascertained Will destroy all Disease Germs, flaincsthat those who have carried on Gaines remarked to Payne that he this business will regard these lists "knew where the trouble was, that infection Irom all Fevers and all for common school graduates as of any special imortanco; but I have to lio had $1,600 which ho had not de- contagious diseases. The eminent physician, J. Mari- ask each of you to scrutinize closely posited, requested Payne, as an acthe package when it readies your ofcommodation to Col. Hoge, Cashier on Sims, of New York, says: "I fice. If it shows signs of having been that Prof. Darby's of .the State National Bank, to hold am convinced Fluid is a most valu- tampered with, please to notify me. Several County Superintendents up the warrant in favor of tho Sink- Prophylactic who have been imposed upon are en21 Fund Commissioners until after able disinfectant." ing gaged, in connection with this office, banking hours, left the office, and on if an effort to discover the source of Adams to Speak. C. &. O. d the trouble referred to, and you may the arrival of tho however the train left for Lexington hnd has not The members of tho Garfield Club bo able, list may bo little valuablehave present to those who since been seen hore. Ho was heard will please remember that tho Hon. been engaged in this business, to disI address of in Shelby ville Tuesday but he loft Silas Adams and others will p. m., at cover a clue. That you may recogtho Club this from orthat place early in tho morning for headquarters evening at 7:30 building, nize the packages as distinct stamped Blank Books of &11 kinds gotten up in the highest style of in the Sower dinary mail matter, each has Xouisville. on Main street. The Republican on it three bits of red sealing wax. Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates. Job Mayor Tobin, in consequence of the mombers of the Legislature are esPlease to make publication at once, the art. giving date of your firstexamination, continued absence of Oity Treasurer pecially invited to attend. O. A. Nelson, Pres. that your ambitious common school Work of all kinds solicited. Gaines, called tho Oity Council togeth. W. II. VajtWinkle, Sec'y. pupils may have an opportunity to folor at noon Thursday and laid the obtain a Diploma aa provided in art. lowing communication before them: Kucklen'8 Arnica Salve. 1, sec. 9, School Law. Yours truly, To the Honorable Board of Councilmen Ed Porter Thompson. The best salve in the world foi of the City of Frankfort: Thos. Hunter, O. S. S. my duty to in- Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Gentlemen: It is form you that tho Oity Treasurer has Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, failed to make a settlement of his The Orchestra ol Life. for tho past year, and has not Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, Which would you rather bo in tho oxeouted bond for his present term, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- orchestra of human life, a flute or k as required by law. He hus been ab- tively cures Piles, or no pay resent from his office, and has failed to quired. It is guaranteed to give trombone? To bo sure tho latter k discharge his duties as Treasurer heard tho farthest, but the quality of ince last Monday, and lam informed perfect satisfaction, or money re tho flute tone reaches down deeper is not in tho city. I have no author- funded. Price 25 cents per box. into the soul and awakens thero dreams ity under tho ordinances of the city For sale by South Side drug store, without which a man's life is like broad to make a temporary appointment, Carpenter. without leaven, or a laid Are without P. H. 41s the Troasuror has not filed with tinder. I don't liko noisy people, do me a recommendation to do so. It is highly important that tho Council Special Announcement. you? People who talk and bluster should take somo action in this matand swaggor. Peoplo who remind us Wo ter, and see that some competent per-co- Dr. B. have made arrangements with of bladders filled to tho point of exJ, Kendall Co., publishers of is appointed to attend to the busiA Treatise on ness of the city until tho return of Disoasos," which tho Horso and his plosion with wind. Wo liko sensitive will enable all our peoplo, quiet voiced, deep hearted, tVin TrftjiRtirnr. The Clerk will furnish condition df subscribers to obtain a oopy of that earnest people, with tho quality of the vou a statement of the work froo their the Treasury on tho 20th Inst., and valuable (enclosing aby sending stamp fluto rather than of tho fog horn In two cent address uoh other facta as you may think rtfor mailingsamo) to Dr. B. J. Ken their makeup. And yet how muoh necessary for your intelligent action. dall Co., isnosburg Fall, Vt. This greater domand there is for bluster Respectfully, book is now recognized as standard than thero is for force Richard Tobin, authority upon all diseases of tho Mayor. Sometimes I am Inclined to think horse, as its phonominal salo attests, that life is a farce played with an Tho Oounoll wont into committee over four million copies having been for tho delectation ol a salo of whole, and aftor all tho facts woro sold in the past ton byyears, publica- earthly sotting wo sorvo minstrel shows tho angels, as any never boforo readied laid before them, dlrootod the Fi tion in the same period of time. We and burlesques. It isn't tho shy and nance Committee to oxamino tho feel confident that our patrons will tho timid who get tho applause; tho Oity Treasurer's books, referred tho appreciate the work, and bo glad to olown in tinsel and tho end man in whole matter to said committee and avll thomselvos of this opportunity cork divide easy honors. And yet, obtaining a valuable book. the Mayor, and adjourned until 7:30 ofIt is necessary that you mention thank God for flutes I Thank God the o'olook that evening. 215,217 aid 219 St, Glair Strsat, Up Stairs, Frankfort, Ky. this paper in sending for tho "Treat- orohestra isn't entirely composed of At tho evening session the Finance ise." This offor will remain open for trombones and bass drums. Chicago i 4 Harold. Oommlttoo reported that they had only a short time. surer Hugh Gaines was short in his accounts and had left the city, and "by Thursday morning it had grown io be a rumor and every one was talking about it. As near as we can ascertain the facts the matter came out as follows: Tho city was indebted to tho Sinlr, ing Fund $5,000 and Mayor Tobin, on Monday morning, directed City Olerk Payne to draw a warrant upon the Treasurer in favor of the Sinking Fund Commissioners for $3,000, but 41s the offlcials of the State National Bank, whore Treasurer Graines kept lis accounts, had requested City Olerk Payne on Saturday previous to make up a statement of Gaines' account, he wont to work and took off the statement, before issuing the warrant, and took it to the bank, when it was discovered that while tho books of the city showed that tho City -- Young: Men's Christian Association. magnificent appearance. In the dining room all the delicacies of tho season woro served, tno supper being furnished by Pargny, of LouisWhile this was going on ville. Eiohorn's supurb orchestra, of Louisville, played all tho latest music. Those who recoived with Mrs. Berry riOR IIFPARlMFNT -- 1 AA , XXrrX5. BX $ X&nX&XX xxxfx oX X"AXXtfX east-boun- M BINDERY. ac-oou- stereotyping, in all its Brancnes. 5-- iy All work promptly executed, and 9 n satisfaction guaranteed. 1 GEO. A. LEWIS, Proprietor. i , 'WBM aAMFOJRT ROUNDABOUT, otered at too as second-clas- s post-offic- at Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable matter. citizen honored, yot they aro glad that ho did not accept the position as the duties would havo taken him from us, perhaps for all time. To-dny. Frankfort Mr. Days. in the Early ANNOUNCEMENT. ' . M. A. LE WIS.. Editor and Pabll&her. FUA.NKFORT, JAN. 23, 1802. A Truly Goodjian Gone; . l and Mnrket-houstho popular builder, died at the residence of her of Broadway stands intho middle Both tho method and results when "BLESSED AltB THE DEAD WHO DIE IN near tho husband on Moro street, Saturday Lewis, Main and Broadwaycorner of Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant THE LORD." innounco R. n. aro the and refreshing to tlio taste, and acta a wind date for Sheriff morning. The funeral took place only streets county, subject to the ottlon of theof Kraukllu Democratic running east and west, gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, convention of Saturday, March Rev. Hubbard Hind Kavanangh, from the house Sunday morning at and tho lith, 1892 latter street runs into the jjiver ana Juoweis, cleanses the sys- We are authorized to announce A. G.JEFFERS. Chaplain of the Kentucky Penitenti- 11 o'clock. woodH near tho river bank, there tem effectually, dispels colds, head- nan candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county., ary, died at his home on the corner being no houses west of Wilkinson aches and fevers and cures habitual subjectte.to the Democratic primary tlectlon. Dr. Walter. of Main and Todd streets, South street. The corner of the Peniten- constipation. Syrup of Figs is the For City Marshal. Frankfort, at 5:30 o'clock Monday The date of the coming visit of tiary is shown and the old jail stands only remedy of its kind ever proaged about 65 years. Ho morning, We are nuthorlzed to is given in another on an open lot with no houses in a duced, pleasing to tho taste and acOADLT had long been a sufferer from some Dr. Wnlter his last visit here tho square of it. An uncovered wooden ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in as a candidate for City announce WatL. the next Marshal column. On its action and beneficial form of heart disease and when atJnn. over 25 cases and .the bridge spans the river at tho foot of affects, preparedtruly from the in its only most would become unconscious. Doctor treated tacked St. Clair street, and all of ''Craw" is good he has done his patients is best healthy and agreeable Buhpfances, its On Sunday night, the 10th inst., ho shown by the way they praise him. an open field. The bluff upon which many excellent qualities commend it had one of these attacks, and when the Arsenal now stands is shown in to all and havo made hobegan to recoverfrom it the grippe Consult him. the foreground, with tho old Lexing- popular remedy known. it tho most set up, both together causing cont;arm of t. g. mahksbury, one milk ton road running over its brow, but 1 from containing 120 acres, well Home Again. Syrup of Fig3 is for sale in 50c Improved Djgdad. hy.. grass, gestion of the lungs, which carried will be sold at a there are no houses on Main street and 81 bottles by all leading drug- bargain. and nil In and For terms other Information call ' him off. Mr. Kavanaugh was fully n, JAS. ANDREW SHOTT. Mr. D. M. Woodson has returned further up than High. On Broadway gists. Dec. aware of his condition and a few from Glasgow, Virginia, will remove thero aro a few houses east of High, may notAny reliable druggist who havo it on hand will prodays before his death told his wife his family hero from Nicholasville, but the buildings in that part of tho cure it for any one who that it was his last illness. She asked and locate for a time. In another city bounded by Jiroadway, Lewis, wishes topromptly Do not accept any try it him if ho was ready to go. His re- column ho offers his services Clinton and High are few and far be- substitute. ply was "I ought to be; I have been to our citizens as a surveyor and tween. The old frame on High CALIFORNIA DLACK nERKSUIRE; 6. FIG SYRUP CO. T ?AVEwhich Hill lbe permitted to servo sows. 1 boar getting ready all my life." The civil engineer. street, which was decorated on Cenh'RANK S. MkYV. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, NenrO, V C.Cooper shop, night before he died he became deLOUISVILLE, Y. NEW YORK, N.Y. tennial day and labeled as the oldest Dec. O11L.&N Railroad. lirious and imagined he was leading house in town, is shown in the picThe Busy Reaper. several persons, and in prayer with ture. Tho old Love houso shows up NO LOTTERY his voice, though feeble, was eloDeath has been mowing a wide strong in the back ground and tho 9 past two Fort Hill slopes off at the point into I quent in supplication to the Throne swath in our community the Gold Coin. of Grace. He prayed that the Lord weeks. Some of our oldest and best the valley. From St. Clair to High, e still citizens have been cut down and on the north side of Broadway, there o To be Given Aay Absolutely. would "Lead them beside the e waters and make them to lie down others are lingering within tho is one string of vacant lots, though iliira Any one for only $2 00 can Mcure both tlio in green pastures;" "to make His face shadow of death. The physicians the half of those squares fronting on 9 ArrfiJ VOX'Jf k To Young ROUNDABOUT und tlio Louisville. Ky., Weekly them and givo them and undertakers havo been busy and Main are closely built up. Tho old o ml,i7. to shine upon for one enrwlth the opportunity Mothers of making estimates for t 0 peace." one minister alone had six calls to WeiBiger House was evidently standnnr recednted offers of one prize of $10,000 In Cold Coin, mid 44 prizes of S100 each In (lold What a glorious exemplification of preach funerals last week. ing at that time, but it is hard to disCoin, wimple copy of tlio Weekly Bible is the death containing full particulars. an be si en the truth of the tinguish it from the other houses. at this onice. Or on implication to of such a man! In early manhood he The Most Pleasant Way. The oldest inhabitant now living ompany, Louisville. Ky , a copy will be furnished to any address free of charge. gave his heart to God and .ever since does not remember when Frankfort had devoted his life to His service. Of preventing tho grippe, colds, was so small as the engraving repre a Makes Child Birth Easy. As a Methodist Minister ho had seen headaches and fevers is to use tho sents it. FOR 0HRISTMA.S. Shortens Labor, upon the poorest circuits iquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs, a hard life Mr. Saffell values tho old picture Lessens Pain, within the bounds of Conference, but whenever tho system needs a gentle, highly and will preserve it as a Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. mattered not to him where he yet effective cleansing. To bo bene- memento of Frankfort in tho early .it Folding Beds, Jloofc to "Mothers" mailed FltEE. was sent or whether he recieved a fited one must get tho true remedy pare of the century. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. California Fig cent of compensation it was the manufactured by the ATLANTA, QA. China Closets, SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Master's work and was cheerfully Syrup Co. only. For sale by all drugDenth of Dr. Green. 17 gists in 50c. and 1 bottles. performed. In him the poor and Ladies Desks, Dr. Willis Greon died at his resineedy always found a friend. Dn. K. C. West's Neuvk ahd Bkam Tkkat-mknstreet, Sunday Dick Suter Hurt. ft Kuurunteed Tor listeria. Dizzidence on Washington Eight years ago he came to this ness. Convulsions, fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Book Cases, citv to accent the appointment of Mr. Richard Suter, of this city, afternoon at 1 o'clock, aftor a brief Headache. Nervous Prosfntioii c.insedbytuo or tobacco. Wakefulness. Itental Chaplain at the Kentucky Penitenti- who is running as a brakesman on illness, aged 79 years. Ho waB born of alcohol Softening of the Brain resulting In Ion, Fine Chairs, misery, ary and in all those years has labored the O. & O. Railroadbotween Lexing- in Danville, on the 27th of January, Prematura leading toBarrfiiess,dec ly und death, Old Aw. Loss of Power sot, Involun faithfully and earnestly among the ton and Huntington, was coupling 1813, and in early life was astndant at in either emiMd by o erary losses mid Spermatorrhoea Couches, exertion of the brnln, convicts, and as the fruits of his la- cars in tho yard of the road in Lex- Centre College, afterwards graduated or over-l- i dulgenee. nth box contains one month's treatment gr.00 a box or six boxes bors has had the satisfaction of see- ington Saturday night, when tho in medicine from Transylvania Uni for $3 00, s nt b mall on receipt of price. Sofa Lounges, ing many of them go forth from the draw bar of one of the cars pulled out versity, Lexington. Aftor complet VK (JUAHANTEE SIX BOXES. walls redeemed, Christian men. Many and struck him on tho leg, injuring ing his medical course he went as a Suits, missionary to India, wheroho remain- To cure nn case. With eaeh nrd r received by m a poor devil, when his time was out one of his knees so badly that he has several years. Returning to this for six boxes, nccmtiptnled with $5 i) wo will Hat-Rack- s, at the prison, was taken to his home, been compelled to lay off. It is ed send the purchaser our wr tton uniariteo lo refund the tr&ittnent given a night's lodging and sent on thought that he will be fortunate if country ho located in Louisville for n cure. money If theIssund only dots not effect Gu irantees by THE his way the next morning with a he escapes having a stiff knee joint tho practice of his profession and in CO., nn.l J. W. GAVLE, Carpet Sweepers, 1844 married Mi83 Louiso H. Smith, Frankfort, Ky. present for his wife and children. daughter of the late Biship B.B. Smith. pubHis deeds of charity were not That Same Old Song. In 1868 he removed to this city to reDining Tables lished to the world, but performed in side and since his residence here has a quiet and unostentatious manner. Since a bill to remove the seat of We will pny the above revMird for of He was a plain, blunt, honest Chris- government to Louisville has been devoted Kis entire time to works of I.herCoinnliitnt. Draienla. Sick any enso Hi' and uia?he. was no guile, introduced into tho Legislature the benevolence. Ho was a daily visitor digestion, Conciliation, or 1 ostlvent s w cannot tian man, in whom there c.uie with West's Vegetable Lher Fills, when the Whoso life was pure and above re- newspaper correspondents aro trying at tho Kentucky Penitentiary, doing directions are stilcil compiled with. They are Tea Tables. purely Vege able, aud never fall to rIvo s tistac-tloto work up votes for it by rehashing all in his power to alleviate the sufferproach. Sujrar Coated. Large box a. containing SO 3E2- - lESog-er- s 3c Hewaroi counter! During the lato war ho was Chap- the same old yarns about Frankfort ing of the sick in tho hospital, as Pills, 20 wnts. genuine manufactureds and Imionly by Tne tations. May2-l6th Kentucky Confederate and her people which were worn well as administering to their spiritual THE JOHN C. WtST C HPANtf, CHICAGO, lain of the years ago Tho members wants, no leaves a widow, but no ILL. iorsaleby ulldrUb'gls . Infantry, and a comrade in arms said, thread-bar- e Tho funeral took place in speaking of his death: "If ho ever of the Legislature are too sensible a children. did a wrong thing it was not inten- set of men to pay any attention to Wednesday morningat 9 o'clock from Residence for tional. He never was afraid even a them, and these brilliant youths aro Ascension Church and tho remains little bit, and if a light was on we only filling up the space allotted to wore laid to rest in Cave Hill Ceme- flUIB RESIDENCE PKOl'KHTY KNOWN AS L the Blackburn place, wtuuted atthesoutb end could always bet that Parson Kava- their correspondence to no purpose tery, Louisville. of Logsin street, In Sjnth irankfort, containing about A "cri'ii of j.round, Is for rent. I osos-sloTho decoased was a half brother of naugh was right up with us." given Dc. 1st. PRANK CI11NN, He was a nephew of the lato Bishop Death of Mrs. Overtoil. Col. Thomas M. Green, of Maysvillo. Nov. 21, lb91 tf iTankJort, Ky. H. H. Kavanaueh, and was one of Mrs. Mary E. Overton died at tho Dr. Hale's Household Ointthirteen children, sevon of whom ment gale. were Methodist preachers. He leaves residence of her daughter, "Ten Oaks Vineyard," near Glen Ellon, a widoWand six children Mr. W. M. Is tho finest remedy in the world. 01." FROM Kavanaugh, of Littlo Rock, Arkansas, Sonoma county, California, on Satur- It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures 1A FARM Chappel 03 TO 100 ACRE-- , KNOWN 05 years, or bt. John farm. .1ml.es from as the Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Oures winiKiorr, on uio.iuoKsonviiioturnplko; chiniy in Mrs. Clarence Gayle, Messrs. Prank day, January 9th, 1892, aged 7 months and 2 days. Mrs. Overton Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum grass wl'h about J5 asies of woodland, excel If 1 and Ooburn and Misses Sue and Josefor tobacco, small irds was the daughter of tho late Mrs. in che most soothing manner. Oures ent fiults. and several fra no orchicco bof liferJ?!I i 1 10RTE3T AND QUICKEST Agood new phine Kavanaugh, of this city. irn mid Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. ph nty of other buildings. Will tob a good dairy make Harriett Leonard, and a cousin of Oures Coughs and Colds. Can bo and fruit farm . Price and other terms reasonaThe funeral took place at 10:30 Orleans to Hew o'clock Wednesday morning from his Mr. Oh as. E. Taylor, of this city. taken internally. A positive specific ble. have other and much finer virgin rforestl We With her late husband, Dr. 0. T. for Pneumonia. Outs, Bruises, Burns, tobaccoo lunds. parts of the n large late residence, tho sevices being con Harvle suney. most favorably located this Chilblains, Sores of Time, 25 Hours. ducted by Iiov.H. G. Henderson, of tho Overton, she emigrated to California Corns and Bunions arelong standing, rvronklln county, whlih can be bought InIntracts cured quickly: of different sizes, It desired. in 1853, living nine years nt Nevada Methodist Church, and tho remains ntlre I'nlm, Hir(8 Oar. Uiy Coache-different from all else; superior to all J. S. A L. E. HARVIE. Sleepers run throuuh without change. City at a time when that place was else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Jan. 16, wero laid to rest in tho Cemetery. TliK tmimittbT ANU UUlUKl'dT the residence of Senators Hearst and Large size cheapest. Sold at CarpenWAITED to cell Georgetown to Jacksonville. Ala South Side drug store. Stewart, who wero then unknown to ter's Wouldn't Accept. White's Lilly Time, 26 Hours. fame and fortune. Tho deceased was New Comminsloiicr of of the Valley. Viirousl Sleepers without chango The Short unselfishness her home and ueturen Cincinnati Judge William Lindsay called on noted for Agriculture. The Greatest discovery o line Lkxinoton, Ky., ami Time, 2W Hours. that of her husband being always open VI Knoxvillb, Tknn., President Harrison in Washington the Century for Beautifying the 17 AeilKYIM.K. N. a, " " Tho Governor, on Tuesday, ap- Complexion and imparting on Saturday and thanked him for the to the unfortunate. She leaves two 11 CllAmNOOHA.TKNN., " " a Satin daughters and one son Mrs. Kate pointed Mr. Nicholas McDowell, of ' TI.ANTA, 16 Gi., " like Texture and Bloom of Health. honor ho had conferred in appoint- Warfiold, of Glen Ellen, California, RlKMINUUASI, AI.A . 10 " " AgriculDanville, Commissioner of Direct Connections at New Orleunuind Shreve Commerco Coming him Jntor-Stat- o Write for Terms to Agents; L. Cavanaugh, of New Mrs. porti r Texts, Mexico and Culirornla. missioner, but declined to accept tho York Hattioand Mr. Wm. F. Overton, ture, Horticulture, Labor and Statis2 cent Btamp for reply. Lo o Kr.iultl'ort via Kentucky Midland Railway City, vln m.,arrlveCliujnnatlI0s26' position, giving his reasons therefor. of Wells, Fargp & Co. Express, tics to succeed Col. 0. Y. Wilson, Agents make from $4 to $0 per day. a. in. u'itoivu fl!ir,i. an) other line. Quicker than term of ofllco expired on that whose All crams .irrlv it loturtfrom Central Onion The President was disappointed Tucson, Arizona. Depot, Cliicliuint:. WHITE'S TOILET CO., day. 'Orftuiev,MapsliK,..nanre but thought tho Judgo was right K1UNK W.W00U.KV, 411 to 413 W. Jefferson St., under the circumstances. While the Buggies, carriages and harness Traveling Pass. Agt. Engraving of all kinds promptly Lexington, Ky. citizens of Frankfort aro always SOUTH BEND, IND. 0.0. II VRVEY. by the Kentucky and Harness attonded to at W. L. Coppersmith's, D. EDWARDS, 284 St. Clair street. Vlce.Pres. CINCINNATI, '. pleased to see our distinguished) 8 ompany. Dec. IDth-lJ, '1 V.AAT o e. Rev. H. H. Kavanaugli Lays Down Life's Burden and Puts on Immortality. Eq., Dr. W. I. Kelly will bo in .Lexington y instead of the 25th as we stated in our last issue. If you wish to see him you can run up on the on the published in tho Ladies Repository, 10:20 train and return O.&O. the view being taken from Arsenal Hill, and represents tho town as havDentil of Mrs. Scliaefcr. ing only about sixty housos. Tho capitol building shown is very simi Mrs. Schaefer, wife of Gub Schaefer, lar to the one now in use, the old carpenter to-dato-nig- ht James B. Diver, of Keokuk, Iowa has sent to Postmaster Jas. M. balloll a small copper engraving of Frankfort, supposed to have been made about Bixty or soventy years ago. Tho picture is only 4J by 7V inches, was drawn by O. Fostor, engraved by W. Woodruff, and JfrfartEGS For Circuit Clerk. nV.xjt.1Fe.,nuthorlze'1 t0 announce WALTER. N ns u candidate lor Clerk subject to the action of thecircuit Court Democratic 'jMm larty. 'Ml (VjH ;wftM iiY.erntn nutt'orlzecl to announce THOMAS B. JOltn as a candldrtto for Circuit Clerk of county, nub t.ct M ttm M..K.I. ..iM.lnn 1UIIIVII IniuM ". piiiuai y At( iUiTA, v.vwwwt ri,m,.r. inn. For Sheriff. . i.. te. M. B wvvnJi0pr"u.tllorlzod t0 ""nounce JAMES as a candidate for Sheriff franklin subject to tho action of prlmarj, March lj, 1602. of mm Jan. OJSTB) ENJOYS We aro authorized to announce JAS. O ' "dldale for Sheriff ty, subject to the a tlonorthe of Kmnklln counI'emocratlc at the primary election to be held March 19, party 1892. Dec. l'j-t- 14- - 'Ml 1 y H 23-t- Farm for Sale 25-8- '' j& Berkshire Boar. ?URR-BRE- (S in MOTHERS'! FRIEND" -N. $14,400 In Courier-Journ- I'ourler-Journol'- s t'ourler-Jotin- ml, 1 Courlrc-Journ- nl ( tQ1& u-De-pr- t, sp-clt- ic JM elf-abu- se Leather Parlor $500 Reward! the latest thing in y. n. Son. G-Ij. Rent. QHSSSOT n Farm Per 11 tegetci I A 1892-2- t. 6-- ly UBfiBfl en-clo- so ro-airc- cl 15-t- f. 45-l- y. M f. '. pyi?i? ",';' 5 . Sf tfKAMMtT ltUUiNDABUll 18J-2- . FRANKFOliT. JAN. 23, H Lengthening; Out. The days are growing vory perceptibly longer and gas bills are shortening in consequence. 4t f-- J. Henry Sellman, Collootor of Intcrnnl lievenue, Jiauimoro, ma., He believe in it for rheumatism. writes: I have tried Salvation Oil and believe it to be a good remedy for rheumatism. Ool. At Windy Side. Mr. D. B. Walcutt entertained the groomsmen and ushers of the wedding at his eleFA'J gant residence, "Windy Side" near this city, Tuesday night in elegant style. paper that a majority are in favor of removal to Louisville whilo Tom Walker, of the Lexington Leader, writes his paper that a majority of the Solons are in favor of removal to Lexington, and Louisville is"notin it" at all. Well, as the now Constitution requires a two thirds majority voto of all the members elected to remove the Capital, and according to the n count made by the above young neither Louisville or Lexington has that many votes, it is safe to say that the State will continue business at the old stand for a few days, at least. So there seems to be no immediate cause for tho great anxiety thoso two enterprising young scribblers would have thoir readers believe is causing tho Frankfor poo nlfi t.n loan n. 1nr.ro nmonnf. nf alnmw. a fact the people themselves would tlAVAi- - lmvn hnnn nwnrn of had they' not seen the statements in the papers referred to. gen-tlome- A CLOSE CALL. Tlie Little Steiuer Ghent Takes a Header Over tlie Dam at Mo. 6. The little screw propellers Ghent and Florence wore coming down the fivor Tosday morning, with a coal barge in tow, and when they reached Lock, No. 0, in attempting to shove tho barge between the guard walls tho current which was very strong, caught them and carried them towards tho dam. Both boats cast loose from the barge and the Florence, which was nearest the bank, reached it safely, but the Ghent was nob so fortunate. Seeing she was bound to go over the dam the pilot headed her Bbtaight doWll Stream and Signalled the engineer to put on a full head of Steam. ShO Shot OVei' the COmb Of tne dam like a rocket, glidded smoothly over the lower steps and when she struok tho water below wont down head first until tho pilot was standing knee deep in water in the pilot house, then righting herself she came to tho surface like . a cork. The whole thing was done so quickly that the engineer did not know what was the matter until he was knocked under the boiler by the shock when the boat struck tho boiling, surging water below the dam. Tho fire in the furnace was ex- ' t i 'M IE K I I I .!- - - I ! ! , After It in HaHte. Applications are being filed with the Sinking Fund Commissioners for the position of Chaplain of the Kentucky Penitentiary made" vacant by the death of Rev. H. H. Kava-naug- It Opens the Eyes. "My daughter is losing her sight," said an anxious mother, ''and just on the eve of marriage, too! What shall I do?" "Let her got married, by all moans," responded tho doctor; eyes open pretty widely, when he finds his wife's charms disappearing. Health is the best friend ot beauty, and the innumerable ills to which women are peculiarly subject, its worst enemies. Experience proves that women who possess the best health, use Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is the only medicine for women, sold by all druggists, under a postive guarantee from tho manufactures, that it will give satisfaction in every case, or money will be refunded. This guarantee has been and printed on tho faithfully carried out for many years. bottle-wrapper, vfe ' & V ;- - ; . ' : . ,- -' V- -' - '"'.' v h. "marriage isaneye-soponer.- A man's The Coldest Day. morning was the coldest of the winter so far, most of the themometers registering 10 above zero, some oven dropping as low as 6. The snow of Monday night started the sleighs and the boys with their sleds again. ' Wednesday . - V.:'-- ' " 'Vfa Ml February Nuptials. The marriage of Mr. Fred. H. Bag-bof the Kentucky Geological Survey, and Miss Mary Garrett, of this citv. is announced for the 27th of next month. Miss Garrett is a niece of Col. Thos. H. Corbctt, former Register of the Land Oiflce. y, Card Party. Miss Maggie Dudley entertained her friends Tuesday night at the Capital Hotel at a card party. Tho entertainment was given in honor of her guest, Miss Laura Kearns, of Coving, ton. After the prizes had been won by m Miss Birdie Brown and Mr. John Grant a delightful supper was served. Euclire Club. at tho residence of Col. B. H. Taylor, jr., near tlfis city Tuesday night, and entertained in, a delightful manner. Miss Fannio Taylor was The supper which was hostess. was elegant. Mrs. Stape served Johnson and Mr. Harry Rodman won the prizes. were Tho young ladies euchre club mot tinguished and tho propeller shaft bent, which left her at the mercy of the current. Tho U. S. snag boat which was lying below tho lock went to her assistance and towed her to shore. The barge went over the dam sideway and was broken into kindling wood. Several of the crow of the Ghent were on it, but were taken off on tho Florence before the barge The Weather. went over the dam. The loss on the Prof. Hicks seems to have foretold barge was about a thousand dollars. the weather pretty well so far this month, and the following, aro his pre- State op Ohio, City op Toledo, ss Lucas County, dictions for the balance of January: J. Cheney makes oath that Frank Tho next period runs from the 21st to the 25th. Very warm, with light- ho is the senior partner of the firm busiJ. ning, thunder, hail and rain, turning of F.in Cheney &ofCo., doingcounty Toledo, the City suddenly to blizzards and followed ness by a dangerous freezing. We ad- and State aforesaid, and chat said monish all not tobedecieved or lured firm will pay the sum of ono hundred dollars for each nnd far from houso and shelter by possi- of Catarrh that cannot beevery case cured by The same ble sunshine and warmth. admonition will apply forcibly to tho tho use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Fkank J. Cheney. reactionary days centering about the Sworn to before me and subscribed 29th On the morning of the 20th. tho moon wid be new, which fact, in my presonce, this 6th day of Deadded to the regular tendenoy to cember, A. D. 188G. A. W. GLEASON. storms, and to tho further fact that ( SEAL Notary Public. it is within 48 hours of the Venus j equinox, insures marked disturbances Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken interin tho earth und atmosphere. Look acts directly upon the for violent and sudden extremes. nally and mucous blood surface of the shakes need not surprise. The system. and Earth Send for testimonials, free. month will end in tho midst of hard F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. and extreme freezing." BSTSold by all druggists, 75 cents. 3 ! "J V '.'' ".' I .,": ' . . " '.- yi c. L. l , ... .: ; v- Z. Tiiis space is reserved for .' . R. K. McCLURE, Tlie St- - ti 01air:;street lercliaacit King's Royal Gcrmeteur. the medicine of the century, Its phenominal success ,as a seller and favorite with tho people is tho acknowledged wonder of the Based upon tho medicine world. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt tho most reliable germ destroyer in and to the extent that the theory is correct, King's Royal ermeteur is the remedy. It 1b no accidont but is tho result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For 19 salo by Chapman & Williams. y -- Fixing Up. Tho County Court haB ordered the offices of tho Circuit and County Clerks repairod, and tho contract haB been let to Mr. William MoBwan. who is now at work on County Clerk Smith's office. Tho floors of both tho front and back offices aro being tho earth under tho floors, which heretofore lias boon nearly even with tho planks, has boon taken out to the dopth of two feet so that tho air can pass under tho floor, now joists and floors will bo laid, the grates reset and tho offices neatly fitted up. When tho ropairs are completed the back offices, which have been dark dust traps can bo used by by tho clerks for other purposes than mere store-rooms. Richmond Climate. orders of tho blood. In The Harris Gas Company has been fact, if the vital fluid is kept in good condition the tendenoy to any dis- incorporated at Newport with a capiA tal of $5,000,000. ease is lessened by The incorporators harmless vegetable remedy, which are Charles Robson. J. M. Fetter, P. cleanses tho blood, should bo taken W. Hardin, W. J. Poteet, F. D. Spots-woooccasionally by every one. In the J. H. Mead, J. Proctor Knott, young, it assists in the development Fayette Hewitt and John B. Peaslee. of the body and mind. In the adult, The corporation has tho right to esit helps nature to keep up tho equili- tablish a branch office within the brium of strength, which is taxed by city of Cincinnati, and such other tho labor and cares of life. To the places as its business may require. old, and those with the infirmities of Several of the incorporators are inage, it is invaluable for its tonic and terested in the Southern Fuel Comstrengthening powers to prevent pany. Maysville Bulletin. diseases which are so often fatal to old people. This remedy is Swift'8 A Safe Investment. Specific (S. S. S.) It clears out all the germs and poison, and builds up Is one which is guaranteed to tho human organism Wo will mail ritig you satisfactory results, or free a valuable book to all applicants. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. in case of failure a return of pur chase price. On this safe plan, An Unusual Fall In the you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's River. New Discovery for Consumption, "Ihavo lived on tho Kentucky river it is guaranteed to bring relief in forty years," remarked fisherman very case, when used lor any JNal Tnompson, luouuay, ll "anu i1iTs,r.:nn of Throat. Lungs or J1UVUI OllW It 1U11 Un MIllUll ill U9 B11U1UI such as Consumption, a time, as ic am sunuay nienc." Chest Then he went on to say that ho Inflammation of Lungs, Bronanchored his ferry boat, at Jackson's chitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Ferry, out In twelve foot of water, Sunday evening and Monday morn- Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant ing the boat was on dry land, tho and agreebble to taste, perfectly river having receded. Theporpoudlc-ula- r safe, and can always be depended fall was 13 feet, perhaps the upon. Trial bottles free at South A great greatest over known. quantity of water above and compara- Side Drug Store. tively none below was tho cai(so. P. H. Carpenter. i ) three-fourths. d, . .1 . 3 EVERY mankind aro duo to OF 1 Diseases which afflict dis-POU- R Interested in Gas. '.! A? : J; : ."-- s: r.. ; 'J "M " 'a , '.; : . v Will They Both Get It? ' tho members of tho Log- islaturo is said have boon made by tho newspaper oorrospondonts for tho purpose of finding out tho sense of that body upon tho question of Capitol removal, and tho following is the result: J. W. Marksbury, correspondent of tho LouiBvillo Commercial writes his A poll of Watches, olooks and jewelry of standard brand at Coppersmith's, beWe desire to say to our citizens, sides sold at deadrouk prices. 23-that for years we have been selling St. Clair stroot. Dr. King's New Discovery Repairing of all kinds neatly and Dr. King's New by tho Kentuoky Eromptly oxecuted Company. Life Pills Bucklen's Arnica Salve Harness ind Electnc Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have jjiven jsuch Sale or Rent. universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every Houses and Lots. time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisA S THK AOKNT VV MRS. B. T. WCHAIVnSON, 1 I lmve for sale nt u house factory results do not follow their lit whleli lllvo containingK"Ceat biirtfiiln tho sell or rooms, ami will rent tin double tenement mijoinimr, containing 8 use. These remedies have won rooms, on Campbells ret, South Kroukfnrt. Awo their great popularity purely on nhou- u containing 4 room on Now street.ono TKUMS-u- no mid third cash, balance. In their merits, For sale by two years with Interest, or will make u big for cash. i P. H. Carpenter, Druggist. Out. JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. Merit Wins. -' ' : ..:: Vs . i .''' .' . ' ' ,' 45-l- y. T , ' 16-t- f. ' ; '. "v ; V ' " J' ;f i , For Three - 'a ,' l .' .' ! rX 'm ft' ula-ctu- ut . -f-Hffi( -fl- KZ?E w-- tiSiv b -- i rTr-r- ? IUB Bn. ' GBUnManHa HH uuwjium WLMUWM Bwwojnw j tun iuojff uu y H DfiHHMk HnHP JKwSk1 HG3 H TT" B3 H9QIHHRHMBr BBMHRBB T B"1' irnfcniwfc&Mi I Ui1 jr 7 iiV me Kaiarczagsszezxaatai KflELt khK Kr-Kr- a The Place to Buy Fine Wedding Presents The largest line to select from, the lowest prices and the most useful things to be found in any house in TO ! . K if :aj f WmfiiPmC'S B ta!iBrt' KEaEV HE3SH' XXHmt to Cain were: "If thou doost well thou shaltbe blessed, and if thou doest I Bin lioth at tho door." We would be greatly obliged to the not well wish to do well that I may be blessed. ministers and officers ol churchesin the not how brief my stay on city if they would furnish us with any I know earth may be, and whatever I do I announcement which they may wish want to do all to the glory of God made. and for the good of my fellow-me' With this motive, you will pardon Rev. H. M. Polsgrovo will preach me if I speak plainly. In tho at Qraofenburgy Christian Church desire to first place, it is my prayerful control my own house as beafternoon at 3 o'clook. comes an elder. I want my door locked at ten o'clook and the houso all quiet. Rev. Mr. White, of Lexington, will I do not wish my rest broken after let in those who love darkness preach at the Bridgeport Christian that to than light because their deeds rather Church afternoon at 3 are evil. I do not wish to open my door to my own children, or others, o'clock. coming in after midnight from progressive euchre parties, masque balls, Baptist Church Sunday-schoat social dances, or other revelllngs. 9:30 in the chapel. Public worship at Much more do I ask those who tarry dram-sho- p or the gambling 11 and 7:30, conducted by Rev. "W. 0. late at the den to find lodging elsewhere. Taylor, the pastor. So 'much lor my own house; what shall I say about the house of the what shall I say about the Southern Presbyterian Church Lord; or deacon who drinks that elder Rev. W. Q. Neville will occupy his which must bring any man to ruin? pulpit at 11 o'clock a. m. What shall I say to those who have to put on the armor of and 7 o'clock p. m. Srofessed are to be found at tho fair ' ring or the race course, betting and Pirst Presbyterian Church The inrltmino- nf.hftrn i.( hfit? What Shall at 11 a. I say to those who have promised to usual services the Christian m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. add to their lives allkeeping a card graces but are now .McOluBky Blayney, D. D., the pastor. table to entertain their young guests? Can you in doing those things feel Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. that you are doing God service? flock? Tenick, tho rector, will occupy Are you thusfitexamplestotho Table Can you then preside at the his pulpit at Ascension Church to of the Lord? Can you partake of morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at the sacred emblems and feel that you 7:30 p. m. do it worthily? A preacher once said to me: "I cannot afford to evils existing in Rev. W T. Poynter, L D., of Shel preach against tho He feared to lose our churches." byville, will preach at Cedar Chapel favor with this class. Such a man in Methodist Church next Saturday tho pulpit will do more to lead men evening, at 7 o'clock, and on Sunday in the broad road to destruction kingdom of to fit tnom morning at 11 o'clock January 29th thenGod, for the for the our Saviour house our And 30th. has gone to prepare. What a fearful reckoning must be in store for such "To him Catholic Church The usual an unfaithful topreachor. and doeth do good who knoweth services at the Church of the Good it not. to him it is sin." "He that will bo con- gathereth not with me, scattereth Shepherd ducted by Rev. Father V. E. Qorey, abroad, "iie hoc aeceivea: uau iu not mocked. Whatsoever a man the pastor. soweth, that shall bo alBo reap." First mass at 8 a. m., second mass Harry Shaw. Religious. Jolin T. n. ... the city. INo trouble to show goods, - Give me a call. ' 4 n&ili&lR . ,J3 15-t- f. O -- fat 1. 3T Kentucky Central Eailwav "BLUB GRASS BOUTS,' Shortestand Quickest ruuterroii If you have a buggy, carriage or set of harness which needs repairing take it to the Kentucky Buggy ami Harness Company on east Broadway. All work promptly executed. Nurseries t FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUEGRASS OKNTRAL KBNTUCIiY TO ALL POINTS w TREES -- NORTH, EAST, WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN $x?flBb'!.,2t-rr suoh an establishment A full stock. Prices Low. Wo pay no agents. Descriptive catalogues on application. Vines, and everything usually found In OF ALL KINDS. Small Fruits, Asparagus, Grape LEXINGTON rfOllfOOIjB AND CINCINNATI. KOV. 15TH. 1691. INEKMiJ South Hound H. F. HIL.LENMEYER, LEXINGTON, KY. Oct. 10-3- m No l, I'fcil) Aceuin. Dull j. Ex tun. tailj Kxpresb lust line SUll. BlOam tJOOpm 2 GSpni io.5, No. s ol - DonH be a spider and crawl in these days ! Why not keep up with tho nineteenth century? You would not buy a steam cngino made like those of & century ago. Then why should 'you buy the big, drastic pills that gripo and debilitate your system? As great improvements havo been made in pills as in steam engines. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets aro tiny, sugar-coate- d granules, or pills, aro easiest to take, and never gripo or shock tho system. They aro purely vegetable and perfcotly harmless. Ono little Pellet's a laxative, three to four aro cathartic They regulate and cleanse tho liver, stomach quickly, bub thorand bowels oughly. They're tho cheapest pill, sold by druggists, because you only pay for the good you get. They're guaranteed to give satisfaction, every time, or your money is returned. That's tho peculiar plan all Dr. Pierce's medicines aro sold d, liniHEMLlSi The qntek L00I5IILLE direct rout from I0KARSAS Lve Uerea . . vt).uvingtoii. tt lballi b uspnt 3 UZpu 4 'J 45itm y obpin Cynthiaii.i " rannouth, luiSum yjbpm 6 30pm 3Cum Arr Paris'. . , lllb.111) IU iplli 0 lupm ' Lexington miun UUOpuj voupm Lve Paris . 615p 11 25am Arr Winchester ,1210nn b OUpui Lao Winchester iv. wn 7 Oupin Arr Richmond UUOpm I aOinn Lvc Richmond. 1 itfpm Lve Livingston. -- veOlnclnnutl. rj . TI M TfflS ArrLlvingston, . 2U3pm 3UOiim 3 lbpiu 4 lupm 4 Odpiu 6 IXJplU 6 blpm 6 41pm 7 Ono hundred wd fifty miles Loudon. . Arr Corhln. . . Lve t'orbln. . . ArrCuin'bUup. Le SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROOK And tbe only Lve Burb'rvllle. Lie I'iiiuvllle. . JLvoMiddlesb'u. imu Without Change of Cars If you aro going to emigrate to Lvo Curbln. . . Lve WlliUWg. Arr Jellico... . Lve Richmond 1 OUpm Lve Lancaster.. 4 45pm Arr Stanford. . 520pm 735pm 53pm 4 60pm 64Gpin 620pm Sherman, ballas, Fort Worth Austin, Houatin, This Is No. North-Boun- 2. Express Lvc Stanford.. Lancaster Arr Richmond. Lve . . Lve Wltilu'sb.g. Arr Corn.. . . Jellli-o-. mu'' 7 05am 7 10 No. 6, Oallv Ex Sun, tho g S 00am 15.uu 45am 60am 35am 33am 58am 47am 86am 25am 35am CHEAPEST AND KEST ROUTE No change of earn to MOHTGOMESY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS AND NEW ORLEANS, rur further Information HtMma . a S on. Can you ask more? C. P. ATJM 5, Q.P. T.A . KKNTOCKT LOlr4VlLIK. at 10:30 a. m. Vespors at 3 p. m. Darsio will fill his pulpit at tho Christian Church w Rev. Georgo miles' Nerve and Liver 4Hs7 v. Fills. at Hand Christian Church 7:30, as usual. Nigbtsubject,"Absalom, the Wayward,'' the fourth of a series of talks on Tho Young Men of The Bible. Young men especially invitod. Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly prayat er meeting in the Lecture-room- , 7 p. m. Methodist Church Rev. H. w Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid livor, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. 45-l- SH "dlir TONIC OUKE8 Arr Richmond.. Lve Middlosb'n a . i.ve riiieviiie' . a ? Lvo Bdrb'rvllle. Arr Corbin.. . . g Lve Corbln. . . 3 Lve London . . H Arr Livingston Lve Livingston. Lve Uerea. . . LveruBi'bU.ip. b 8 0 6 6 7 S -- ; 9 9 10 1105am Hum ... ... . . ArrWlncheater 6 55am 135pm Lve Winchester 710ara 155pm Arr Paris 7 45am 2 27pm Lve Lexington. 7 00am 2 00pm Arr Paris. . . . 7 53ura 237pm TiVA PunlM.nn 8 24am 3 07pm OOSim 12 41pm 1241pm 11 16um 12 lOnn .... Lve Kalmouth.. 9 23am 4 01pm Arr Covington. 1054am 5 35pm Arr CInclnnutl. 1100am 645pm 3 45pm . . . . 4 25pm . . . . 4 48pm . . . . CSOpm . . . . G87pm . . . ,. 045pm . . . . A A MAYSVILLE BRANCH. No. 10, North-bounDaily, Ex, Sun. d. No. ia Daily, Ex, Sun1 G. Resolutions of Respect. ered, as It Is certain In Its effects and does not bllitcr. Head proof below: Tho Moat Successful Rcraody OTordlscor. Henderson will preach undersigned, having been ap- morning at 11 o'clock and in the Tho by Capital ' Kendall's Spavin Cure. a Eointed No. 6, committee to draft suit-- 1 evening at 7:30. 1. O. O. F., expressing the Vn. D. J. i!nui Lrm Rock, Ark., Aug. 26, 'M. Co.: Sunday-schoconvenes at 0:30a.m. able resolutions, Lodge It with Past, Qents you Is with tho greatest natlxf&ctlon that I our inform League will meet in sympathy of that I havecured the f ollowlngdlaeasos: Tho Epworth Grand Gus Schaefer, on account of Buouldor Joint Ijtunencss.Htlflo Jjiunciioss In l, olnt J.uinunt'HM. the class room at 0:45 o'clock pi m. his recent bereavement in the death am working on J'oro Foot. Iwill euro fol-- 1 IiamenesH and that all with Kendall's Mr. Henderson extends a cordial of his beloved wife, reported the BpavlnUure. It Is tho beat Liniment for manor beast I all horse used. I recommend invitation to the members of the lowing resolutions, viz: tender to ' owners.baveevorthat I have worked on It toraluable. wo Resolved. That Horses are but Genoral Assembly to attend these Brother achaoror our nearwelt sym- havowithout your Liniment would be worthless. I friends who used It for Hprnlna and eorvicos. Jlrulaea pathy, and mourn with him in thiB they ever and cured thorn. TheyE.say It Is tho best used. Yours truly, U.S. WELLS. .time of sorrow. Resolved, That as death to tho just Communicated. is a transition from a world of darkness to a life of eternal light, wo aro Kendall's Spavin Cure. assured that his affliction has been Mokto Visto, Colo., Dec. 21, 1839. Dear Roundabout: Dtt. B. J, Co., Enoaburgh nli year 1881 1 treated Falls, Vt.i V I have been suffering constantly her everlasting gain. Oents-- In the with Kendall recognizing Resolved. That in Bparln Cure a llono Hpavin of soven years stand for several months, but am bettor toegg and completely largo as to read. I have just read tho Brother Schaefer an Odd Fellow of lng nearly as lameness a hensremoved tho enlarge, dayable stopped the and first Psalm, which says they are the highest character, wo commend ' ment. heHave worked tho horse very hard over never has shown any lameness neither blessed whoso delight is in the to him tho beautiful precepts of our since, see any difference lu tho size of the hock. the can I law of the Lord, and who meditate order to sustain him in his deep : Yours truly, 7. O. COOLEY. upon it day and night. I am not trouble. Resolved, That a cony of thoso able to bo out, but my mind cannot bo l'riee idle, and I wish to drop a few thoughts resolutions bo spread upon our $B. All$1 per bottle, or b orbottles for druggltta have it can get for those who are willing to road. I journal, and tho secretary present a for you, or it to III be sent to any it te read many times the third copy of tho same to Brother Schaefer. have on receipt of price by the proprieAdam Stephens, chapter of Timothy, in which is so tor a. Geo. W. Reook, DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., nlainlv taucht the duty of tho elder Thos. B. Ford, Eno8burgh Falls, Vermont. to his church and in controlling his Committee. Ju,; My, own house. Tho words of tho Lord I ol Paris. , , Millersburg Carlisle. . . Johnson . . Arr. Maysville, . South-Boun- Lve, Arr. Arr. Arr. Lve. Cincinnati . Lve. Covington , Lve, Lexington . It) 7 00 ft m 7 55 a m 8 18 am 8 40am 9 84am 2&5pa 802pra 620pm 6i5pm GS8pm 700pm 764pm 10am 880pta 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. Iu uno for 25 years by emlnont physicians imd mrgeons In the United Htaten, and pronounced by them tbo beat TONIU extant It nures where all others full. Try it and be convinced. Auk your Druggist for It. No. 9, No. ii Daily! Dally, Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun , Lve, Maysville . Lve. Johnson . Lve. Carlisle. . , Hboo-IIol- lllp-Jol- ut I PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTIiE. J. W. ED RAY ad-dre- iA.iti, E. AVERILL, JunolD-lf- . & GO,, Manfs. ir. and Proprs., Sole Agent, Frankfort, Ky. Arr. 700pn Arr. 87pm Arr. 6 46 pm 8. It. KNOTT, 0. P. ATMORE, Trafllo Manager. Oen. Pass. Act. Offices, Louisville, Ky. General S. F. B. MORSE, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Ag't. Ofllce.CbaraberofCommercoBldg., Cincinnati, O. No. 1 Dally to nil points except Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday, No. 2 Huns dally except Sunday from Lexington to Cincinnati. No.l Runs dally No. 4 Runs dally from all stations except the Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 6 Dally except Sunday. No 6. runs dally except Sunday between Cincinnati nnd Lexington, i No, 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation dally. Leaves Lexington 10,00a. m. Arrives Paris 10: on. m. No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Leaves Cincinnati 5.15 p. rn Arrives Falmouth 7:05 p. m., dully excopt Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 0 u. m. Arrives Cincinnati 7.65 a. m dally except Sunday. Nos. 1 and o mako connections at Winchester for points on the N.N. & M, V. Ry., E. D. No. 1 Carries through curs from Cincinnati to Mlddlosborough and Cumberland Gap and all In temedlate stations and runs dally. Arr. Paris. Lve, Millersburg . , . Lexington. . Covington . Cincinnati . am am am am am 828am 10 51 a m 11 00 am 6 6 6 7 7 20 67 50 16 40 160pm 227 pm 820pra 8 45pm 410pm I m m VWJ i 1 YVsfl 8 A i d 1 vl; ; Sir " " . YiSiypiEiTur spoons -n- weouaiuntee - li (''i.; "4k - ''JK ' Sterling Silver .. F.. 25 S a a JLwJL 1 JLJiL a ft tERT BACKS T0 WEAR YEARS W &g f I g? UHlw' $R Sr j, .JlSSf HHw" H4 rar ('BIS'';JPjft Tho pieces of Storllm? 811- 'H Tor inlaid at ttao points JH any ot rest prevent wear whatover. ipittnutj as much Silver ns In Stand- ord Plato. FAR BETTER than Light Solid Silver and not ono-hatho cost. Bach artlclo 13 D () III a Ky ' rivt i..v.t& HT stamped KH B m SMQk Ml m 7 JJ FE. Accept no substitute. Made Only Br Tub Holmes & Edwards Silver Co. STERLING-INLAI- E. Watches. Gold, Filled and Silver. Mounted Diamonds, Jewelry, Gold and Rolled Plate, Silverware, Sterling and Plated, vt , Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses, Gold Headed Walking Canes, - 33 Saint Clair Street. g ELBERT ' ' b ? ; H '; '111 I II 19 y- . v ' ' '." ,...,.. hundred and ers. 1 i. Opera Glasses, &c. FRANKFORT, - KENTUCKY. uso Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They nlwaysimako mo think of a part of an old hymn ., . . mild and lovely, Gentle as the summer breeze.' The best thing of the kind .ever invented. No danger of their making you sick. You'll hardly Jcnow you'vo taken them. 1 wouldn't use any other in my practice." William Skclley, Of 11 Academy St, JameBvillo, Wis., under date of May 23, says: Messrs. Konyoii & Thomas: This is to certify what I know about Dr. Hale's Household Ointment. I have had a bothersome soro on my lip for 15 years which terminated in a cancer. I had tried various remedies purporting to cure, but all without avail until I purchased n box of your Dr. Half's Household Ointment and with two months' using it has entirely cured it, and I freely give this for Che boneilt of the people. Truly yours, wm. Skelley. This wonderful medicine is for sale at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. 4 Women wlio Die Early. Many of our most boatitiful and accomplished Indies die before they have reached the prime of life. Of those who live to middle age only one in two hundred is sound; the other one ninety-nin- e Self-neglec- A I NVftN (Ml or ii Duckcrs, m kv jrit? If JOU W nature's remedy, and Is hartn't, wlidom Hnutest boon ever tin to mankind, hence 1 Bl U knd Inttlllc.nt (ilven tmbltlon luffitt will. I path OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the the spurious Imitations which follow In the promli and black velvet. jrou my Co.Humptlon. C itarrh. of m wonderful cures of ptciti, pirtonai S HTk Miss Ethel Hawkins, gray silk and Debility, Indigestion, Hhoumnttsni, Howel, Iliad-il- t ttt.nllon. I un Icrtakt la brtcflr T pearls. r. 8Uln unduli other dlseaus which are quickG. W. Robb, owing to tho lo8 tuch tnf fllil Col. ly and pernmneiitly Hired by this nover lulling Misa May Haydon, blue cloth with compound winch bus int.lllr.fit D.non done maw for 8iitferln ' IN LEXINGTON, KY., of his residence and h6 enfeebled W W jr.lthart.i, who humanity than all the prescriptions of poisonous can rata ana health, has advertised for sale all his paesamentarie. write, and whe proprlrtary medicines, HlHkiUBr Miss Josephine Baker, blue Bilk druL's, nostrums, afttr laitruetloD, Saturday, January, 23, 1892 stock and other personalty, and the and cream faille. Ac. all put together. Iwcuiisj It removes the it III nork ladut. cause ot disease and Insures health. Thousands farm is also offered at private sale. vol-ve-t, trioutlr, how to Miss Mary Wr Baker, crimson Saturday, February, 13, 1892. of voluntary certificates of almost mlruculotm .am Thr.a d Mr. Robb contemplates romoving to to the cures attest these facts, ami Dallara a, natural flowers. nnifrhhnrlncr OltiGS. jftarln th.lr own arimn nna In without Urent HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) Lawrencoburg'a society world Unit Wm. Uadam. th gone farPioneer of his operation an d with little cured pain. surgical Several of locallti.i, wh.r ahtnd V probably Frankfort. or no all Wonderful Discovery, bus T.r th.jr 1l. I peoplo wore present. Among tho other explorers In silentlllc ilel'is.undhus demonwill alio furnlili UUIiLDOFUB. REEEItENCES . that tha tltuitlon or gentlemen wore: Messrs. Hiter John- strated Deyoml 11 doubt system,no disease can tmplolmtnt, at disordered SIcKee son, Walter Johnson, Will Halmhu- exist without u at the front because amiIshis superb W. A. Scott. ITiirdle, Frankfort, Ky, which jou can It Frankfort, Ky. remedy stands J. .am that amount. ber, Franlc Thomas, Howard Duni-ga- n, Frankfort, Ky. I chart a nothing; Dr. E. M. fiober, Tho Original and Old Reliable ,T. T. Stnten, Frankfort. Ky. and rictlra nothLewis Kersly, Thomas Hawkins ing nnlait Mlcrobo Killer n palatable remedy which cures V. Uerberlch. Frankfort, hy. and others. ai iboT.. diseases bynrrestlm decay and placing the sysllev. L. P. Uulett, Uensiin. Ky. Nolhinc difficult ConitESPONDENT. any take tem In 11 natural and healthy condition. A. II. JlcClure, Frankfort, Ky. to l.arn, or that "I'd rathorAnnn rP a thrashing 11 flil fl v!11a H i,Sin Investigate th. in rlts of this wonderful health a v. J. hushes. Frankfort, Ky. raqutrat rnuca Uuia. 1 d.alra but giving discovery, which has slood the test and David Moore, Benson, Ky. ona ptrion from has pro patient to whom tho doctor thousands of all manner ot diseases; und Jus. M. Wlthrow, Kr.tnkfott, Ky. taeh dlilrlcl or germ or microbe SHILOII'S CATARRH REMEDY. cured ot 1 other beware count. Ih.v.aU scribed physio. "i'u aB uei 00 sioic A 259 to sell DIt. KKLLKY'B arooften rcaar taugni ana marvelous euro for Catarrh, destroyeis. which worthless thus advertised which West Eighth street,ofllco and residence Is nt may with what alls mo now, as to bo sick Cincinnati, Hiiilwlierolm provldad with mixtures, their otiiemlso Diphtheria, Canker mouth and are but Imlmtoii.s of this (Jreut Wonder and a Urita Worktne be found every day of each week except SATURwith tho pills." JMt&JSnumb.r who ar each bottlo thero Pamphlets describing those diseases m.klnr OT.r 'Iht Ihouiand Dollara a V.ar, .ach. All U n.w, DAYS, Headache. With "I don't think you'vo taken any of is an ingenious nasal Injector for tho For full particulars and certlllcatps of wonder- and the mode ot treatment sent free to anyone aolld.aura. Full particular. fYee. Arteryou know .ll.lf you the pills I presoribo, or you would'nt 5f. D., W. I. KKI-LEby nddresslm,' c,Ham to ro no turtiier, wnr, no nann it aoua. Aaar.i., cures, uddress J. W. (JAYLK or C. ALLEN, Ilox , agents for Franklin Anuuatu. Mulac dread tho proscription bo," laughed more successful troatmont cf those ful 259 Y. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. charge. com ty. JtGAYLK CO., sole Deo.5-ly- . without extra ' xne uoctor. "i iiuvor ubu luo uu, oomplaintB CONSULTATION FREB. lC-l37 1 PrlcoSOo. Sold by J. W. Gayle. Jan, lnaido twisters vou havo in mind. B Pardon long silence. There have been some stirring events in and about Ducker's since our last. Two of our prettiest young ladies havo gono speeding through tho mountains to the tune of wedding-bells. One of our most lovely rural homes lies a heap of smouldering ruins. Many of our good people are and have been on beds of sickness, but all these things are to us as a dead mystory. We do not know just what happoned; don't know where we havo been. Wo remeinbor to havo been in Washington, Now Orleans and San Francisco Wo know juBt what it was all about, but thoy say wo had tho lagrippe. Though there is amnio time tno weather indications are favorable to a lato spring Farmers are becoming Wo believe restless and uneasy. however that they are n little premature in their fears. For somo timo past trainmen on tho local freicht trains of the L. & N. Railroad havo been in the habit of shooting and carrying away fouls belongiug to citizens living near tho dopot. Indeed thoy seem to bo our organized band of chicken thieves. The company has been notified, and if tho thing is not stopped, tho next thing is likely to bo two or three dead trainmen. On or about Christmas day a roommate of ours had taken from his room a certain article of and would be very much obliged if tho party will return the same. Return at once and no questions asked, otherwise troublo will ensue. Nearly or quite all of our farmers Somehavo filled their thing thoy have not been able to do for several winters past. No doubt thoy are already dreaming of creams and toddies for the hot days of next summer. Mr. S. J. Gibson has returned from Texas, and will go into business with his brother, P. L. Gibson, at Tyrone. They will deliver hay and other feed for some three thousand cattle being slopped at the Ripy distilleries, Wo wish to roturn thanks to the following ladies for their kindness during our lato illness: Mrs. B. W. Thompson, Mrs. Cobbo Taylor, Mrs Vandervontor, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Fogg, Mrs. O'Donnell and Miss Cynthia Thompson. Many thanks, ladies, and may the Glvor of all good ever bless yon. self-defens- e, ice-house- s. The shattered health can be restored; the homo made happy, and your life - lengthened if you commence at once. Recommends it to Every- 'Rose Buds" have boon used for 20 one. years in the private practice of one of tno most eminent physicians 01 Paris, "Thinking that a word from mo and the following diseases and their distressing might bo tho cause of others receiv- like magic: symptoms yield to them Ulceration, Congestion ing benefit from your S. S. S., I write and Falling of tho Womb, Ovarian to say that I havo been a sufferer Tumors, Dropsy of tho Womb. Bearfrom Eczema, which my doctor ing Down Pains, Rupturo of Child-birt- n called pink heads. Small blisters and would form on my limbs, would of 'JRono Miscarriages. One packago Buds" will make a new ooze, and cause large sores woman break and of you. to form. The odor arising would be very disagreeable, and I would often ly (Leucorrhea or Whites are generalcured by be laid up from one to two weeks at a per package one application.) Price (one month's treatment) timo. The disease would .break out 1,00 sent securely about every two months. I tried packed. by mail post paid, Specific The Levebette physicians and treatments, various but received no permanent relief un- Co., 339 Washington St. 20 Boston, lm 2 til I was induced to try S. S. S., and Mass. from it in a few days. felt the benefit W. L. Coppersmith don't send I continued the use of it until I had work to other cities, but does all taken three bottles, which was over is inBtrusted to him in his a year ago, and I have not had the that building, 234 St. Clair street. I believo it is Eczema since. thoroughly eradicated from my sys- LOUISVXLLB TOBACCO tem. I feel sure that S. S. S. is the MARKET. greatest blood remedy, and I would recommend it to everyone afflicted with any form of blood poison, for I FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. believe thoy will receive like benefits that I have." Jno. A. Beard, Louisville, Ky. Sales on our market for the week We will mail free to any address a justolosed amountto 3.251 hhds., with most valuable troatiso on the blood receipts 01 i,zor ior uiu ttumo penoa. and skin. Sales on our market since January Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. 1st amount to 7,427 hhds. Sales of tho cropof,18U0on our market to date 10,490 hhds. We have had another week of great Tun at Farmdale. More activity on our market for new bur-le- y high range of tobacco, the values which has recently been reEditor Eoundabout: being fully maintained. ReOne of the most enjoyable social ported are being greatly curtailed by a party given ceipts affairs of the season was the sevoro last Tuesday evening at "Fairy Pal- the offeringsweather conditions and on our market will no ace," the elegant home of Mrs. Mer-vi- n doubt be small until we have another Johnson, near Farmdale. Miss season. Eloise Johnson, in whoso honor the prizing following quotations fairly The party was given, won tho admiration represent our market for burley of all present by her rare musical ac- tobacco: complishments. The apartment which Trash (dark) or damaged was used for dancing had been taste2 00 $3 50 tobacco fully decorated and draped with pink Colory trash 6 00 3 00 and white. The guests began to ar- Common lugs not colory 3 50 4 00 seven o'clock and tho danc- Colory luga rive at 0 50 10 00 ing began immediately and contin8 00 5 00 ued till twelve, with Buoh brief inter- Common toloaf. leaf. 7 30 12 00 good as the revelers Modium fine fillers vals for refreshments 22 00 12 00 Good were inclined to spare. No painB had Selecttoor wrappory been spared to make tho party a suc22 OOfSi 33 00 leaf. cess, and, in point of tho enjoyment it afforded, and in its artistic effectKILLER. MICROBE iveness, it abundantlyfulfllled the ex- RADAM'S pectations of those present. Among CURES ALL DISEASES. tho ladies presentwore: Miss Theresa Bilk and Halmhuber, salmon-colore- d Became all diseases are t. 45-ly. Why is it? are IM suffer- FOR YEARS AS THE BEST REMEDY FOR PiLF c; JPREPAREPBY RICHARD50N-TAYL0- R MED. CO. ST. LOUIS M0. EESZXXEEXXUXX A SURE CURES NOTHING BHT PILES. AND CERTAIN CURE4 KNOWN 15 Plants, Bulbs, Seeds. Hetal Designs. 8, 4. THOMPSON. NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, TELEGRAPII ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050. BlNG 2. Rose Buds a Specialty, floral Designs. i 1 - DBest I:nd.ig:o ZBliae .A-proG-ing'lxain- .s, Calico, ZBestlXDaxls: Oaliccs, 5:c. -n. -- tKc. ' V ' Canton Zlanriel, 5c: TTsT'id.e SULitin.g Tc were (2c Pletid. Oottpn, 5c Colore.d. Poplin for Oomrort, 3jc (3-oo- d. -- Sc. r ,5 V :'i (3-oo- d. black lace. Miss Margel Johnson, corslotto princess gown cloth with guimpo and dotted bengaline. Miss Florence Smith, amber serge with corsage of gold brocade. Miss Jennie Smith, cerulean serge with black lace. Miss Anna Halmhuber, old rose faille, trimmed with chiffon. Miss Lucie Kelsor, steel gray cloth the result of fermentation mid decay, caused by living microbes In the human system, and whatever remedy will DiirMytho blood by removing the cause of disease and build up the liri'lth aid otroiiKtli ot tho patient. Is the one to uso. HADAM'S was lOc. P J. L. RODMAN & SON, m w III Ifflfaf aTiTSl EY, Ji:ArnjLVJHUlIIR I MICROBE KILLER IUt. 70a irriton m Ik PHOENIX HOTEk, SfiBliiwi UHIMfallHI Mi. rf 'Gentle as tlic Summer Breeze." UA 11 d si iOSpll1 i'-tO- Thoa-ttn- .: ul, M f 8 . VNi B r UJXU TTHP.OTT AvJjL & ST ARKS ! Our Great Slaughter Sale! our immense establishment. It seems to us tJat every citizen in this eommnnitv should be interested in this GREAT CUT SALE and come and see what we are doing. ' WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEB. 1st. We commence this morning another cut J as we are forced to have money. This great slaughter sale embraces every article ii Furnishing Goods. Men's Clothing. See 315 pairs Jeans Pants, best quality, $1.50 and $1.75, cut to $1.25. Clothing, Clothing. Boys' and Children's. See the $1 Overcoats. See the $5 Suits cut to 3.50. ' See the $6.50 Suits cut to M.50. See our 45c. Pants. Boys' Shoes! Shoes! See our Ladies' $1.10' Kid Shoes. See our Children's School Shoes 9'jc. to $ 1. 10. See our Ladies' Rubbers only 19c. & fc'i- ft- See our regular 60c. White Shirts cut to 39c. See our 50c. and 60c. Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, cut to 40c. See our $1 Shirt cut to 79c. See the regular 50c. and 60c. Shirts cut to 40c. See our 10c. Half Hose, See our 8c. Handkerchiefs. See our 15c. Suspenders. See the greatest cut in Furnishing Goods in this city. v to $4. See our $6.50 Overcoats cut See our $6 and $7 Suits, Sacks and Frocks, cut to $4. See 1,956 Suits, some of them cut 20 percent., some 30 per cent., and some one-hainto. lf Knee See our Men's an-- Boys' Lace and Congress Shoes, $1.10. . ! The greatest slaughter sale ever known in this city. See our $7 Cape All Wool Overcoat go at 4. See the GREATEST SHOE Stock in Frankfort go at a sacrifice. " l.nOBl3rC?aEK3ESL Main Street, FRANKFORT. ?y JggJL"1 liL.X.SSla!P 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. K- - 1 beauty, he sang the nation's sorrow A SPECIALIST, over the death of Saul. What a noble soul must the man have carried Are you suffering from weakness? who Is your complexion sallow? Do you of allcould do all this! How worthy Valuable Town Lots. praise such magnanimity! Are you Who has a National Reputation for the have constant baok-aohe-? 3 His capacity for Treatment of Chronic and Nervous constipated? Do you feel all tired There is always somethingfriendship. A VALUABLE PIECE OF GROUND SUITABLR wrong in Diseases Treated over Ten 1 hous- out? If you have any of these feel- the man who can neither make nor A Tor nice residences, situated on tho bouth strett In a side of ings begin at once to use Dr. Hale's retain frionds. It argues coldness, frontingWanning on Wapplng good neighborhood, and Patients in the State of 175 feet street and extendHousehold Tea. It will give you a selfishness or unfaithfulness. Indiana Last Year. Is Kentucky river. ing to But offered theprivate sule, either as The property lots clear complexion, will restore you to there was no such lack in David. a whole or In nt to suit purchasers. For terms apply to J. G. Shortest and quickest between health and strength and will make Dudley at you feel like a new person. Get it to- He grappled his friends with hooks Cromwell. Branch Bonk of Kentucky, or to Win. of steel. Of all in the nation of his CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT, day at Carpenter's South Side Drug day who should have been his deadly Jan. HEajBaavvSMaaaaaaUaalBaau 4 Store. Onlr direct line between enemy was Jonathan, Saul's oldest a son and heir apparent to his throne. Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. Frankfort, Georgetown and Fan's, CarDavid, tlic Noble. And yet tho friendship of David and Jonathan has come down to us Washington, Philadelphia, lisle, Kaysrille, Cynthiana, FalGEORGE DABSIE. the most touching, sincere and die Now York, Baltimore, interested in human history. i- - A mouth and Covington. .' --- t J 1J! !. n't ,"8n,u,H inuicat. 1I" re Old Point and the More snace is civen to David than u"ir.i-nmonmoBC enemies, nib me !,, comtemptiblo rascal ASK FOR TICKETS IU U11V UlllDl UIU XQOIUU1G1IV VUIUW lanasoao AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. VIA KY MIDLAND day ter. And this because he is justly Doeg, the Edomite, 01 that spy was IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. 1891. Saul's and recarded a vastly important person Limited it was who butchered age in Biblical history. He stands tho priests He Nob in cold blood. EAST BOUND Fast Expn-s- Accm n.iiir luiiSkiiin Dallv Mull of Dally. unity, Ex dun, !ExSun on the pages of Holy Writ one of the Contrast the character of Jonathan THIS TADHE MAY 17 1890. 114(1.1111 7 very grandest of its characters. As with that of Doeg and tell me if it Lexington . Lve 8 KBnin tiOOpm 12Supm 5 aupin OllDllI 45pm 2 ttin Winchester " an example of nobleness, m. I p.m. l uopm honorableness, he is does not argue David's inherent Mt. Sterling " 854am 712pm DAIL.T, 7 80pm friendship of nobility that ho worthy of all imitation. As Buch I the one and the had the ol tho other. Ashland. . " VI 10:1111 1007pm 840am TRAINS EAS i Vl'JAwm Mum Mixed.. n. I am to speak of him What 4 ilia naturalenmity spontaneous Cattlettsburg "' 1260pm I'lffinin 30am in 1047im Huntington and we call nobleness includes in it any piety. The rolicrious faculty is Lv. Frankfort . . 0 80 5 45 z uipiii Washington " 4 00 liHanm ifiT . . 6M lofty quality. A noble man is one in noblest of all. It brines us to tho PliliariainhliL " 10 47am 6 60pm I'i 25 ii'J 12 48 " Eiknorn.. . . b 41 6 06 the Now Vork Arr. 120pm 820pm Swluer. C 6 49 4 20 whom reside those higher and finer feet of the Supreme in adoration and " Stamp. Gro'd. 7 03 6 21 485 107 Ar. Georgetown . 7 24 6 45 traits and feelings which are univer- worship. It lifts us to tho highest, WEST BOUND 6 00 1 47 DAILY sally admired by right thinking peo- purest and happiest life possible on Lv Heorgt'n, via 7 25 7 25 And his ple. Such was David. 5 24 8 06 Hui.tmgtou earth. How this At. Cincinnati. . 10 15 10 16 7 32 6 00 nobleness lay in four striking quali- David even strong young faculty in CattlettsburgLve. UOttuni 1 85pm 7 45 tin " 625(111 4 pm 14pm man. It Ashland as a Lv. Georgetown ties. 6S7um ziwpm vznm " Newtown. . . 7 40 7 05 6 19 2 25 Ex Sun He was one of touched his harp with the sweetest 1 His courage. Centrevllle. ' ZfS sung. It 4so 245 I kOplU G2finm Ar. Paris . . . . H10 215 the bravest men that ever breathed. praises ever of David has given us in Mt. Sterling Lve. 1027am G08pm 165 urn 71fium 7 85 6 48 I SIR . " 1116am Winchester 45pm the the Psalms Lv. ParIs.vlaK.0, But it was not mere brute courage. hymns of the aces, hymns grandest Lexington . Arr. 1205 pm y 20pm 2 45pm Rfl&im . . i QRU vv.. i uo to - uovington that for Louisville Arr. oapm 6 wjpm 74upniiiooam i fi . 10 44 It was not insensibility to danger. three thousand years have furnished 687 M. D. Ar. Cincinnati 10 611 G 45 LIMITED VESTIBULED It was the higher courage which wings to the aspirations of the enniipi'Mnti with rhenium, - TRAINS run dully In L. P. ji (it. in v v uii Lv Paris via K. C 7 65 6 48 ' ' sprang from fidelity to conviction, to devout of earth. It is a mistake to to Now York. " Carlisle . . . 8 43 625 duty, to right, to God. ........ .I..II. The Celebrated Specialist, nnd President of the Ar. Maysvllle . . . L'ICT Mill. TUIIVU 10 10 65 "" Wo nlnnn nf nil Tnrn.ft1 wiiq ronrlv think religion is not natural to young make local stops between Lexington Ullllj Hunt- nrwt fcitrf?ltil ivltltlinril ""a lima and IIIIU Louisville, Ky..Kf0fllfiltins creuted suchlt.utl.i. Lv. Parts via K.C.I, . . 11 27 67 48 And no inrrtnn tjo meet in single combat the giant of men. Nothing is more so. who a sensation " Winchester . . . . 12 10 0 16 t man honors himself more Uath. Hut ho met mm not in nis youngin recognition of this factthan HUNTINGTON & MOREHEAD uccoirnioda- - in nnd around Louisville by curlnu dlsewses tlmt Ar. Richmond. . baflled the modlcul fruternlty of tlmt city, by he uuiin run mill. when 35 7 20 special request of many natrons In and nround own strength or by his own prowess, bows in humble obedience to the 1A.M. U. M.ll'. M.A. M.lr.M LVYIMflTflW .r UlinVTTK-llJ. LVlMinn., our town, will visit i'runkfort at the but in tho name of the Lord of Hosts God of the universe, tho No.U No. 2, No. 4, No.B, whom he had defied. And his whomof the very beginning fearwis JIT. STIRLING accommodations run dully I'USH I'll a of Capital Hotel, January 29, 1892, TRAINS WEST. Sun. train, train.a MIX. No 12 Mix. triump over him was tho triumph of dom. is Only THttOUuil ocKtlfiNU OAlts 10 mm m.m train. train courage over pnysicai. moral ashlngton and New York without chunga. Lv. Richmond via Until 3 o'clock p. m. David's whole career was that of a K. C. Onn iliiv1TT, nnlr. Trnta .. u W. RutNisr. C L. BrtowH, ir.iin..i lUtU 610 106 Tlie Grcatteot Strike. Wlflftliaafrai. . "1 liisruBcs, iiu.ia nil PiiKihiu vivillUIiWith- warrior, but he drew his sword only Gen. Puss. Agent. . A .Lexington, Kr. ouruivui 7 15 1 58 r.yes Sintlgllieneu . . rans .MV..VOW& 7 48 283 W.S. Haiiuison. from sense of duty, and went forth uuk turn, vxiiicern cuuhi wunoui Klllie or UOStlC, Q. A.. Ashlunrt Among the great strikes that of Ky. Auuiranuiyiiruiiiuiituirru. UISfaRU'OE lilO KT6, Lv.Maysvlllo vial to universal victory. A young man Ear. Nose. Throat und I.uncrn. nvrinin iirirv,to discovering hio New K. O. 6 20 160 no quality more than courage in Dr. Miles in needs Solentlflo American rifflfviiift. fllnliptla VlflriAv. I.lvoi ' ninYfiA ' ninnji. " Carlisle . . . 0 60 3 20 bo Female and Sexunl Diseases. life's stern battle, but it must be the Herirt Ooro baa proven itself to deAr. Paris 7 40 410 Agenoy for one of the most important. The Ull PITS CURED. KflLEPar courage which springs from adherence Lv. Cincinnati via I ITW1T1VR nillDlUTVn to truth and right and which would mand for it has becomeofastonishing K. G. Young nnd middle ugel men suffering from 2 20 disheart Already the treatment Covington . . SpermutOThea und Impotoncy, ns tho result of 2 26 rather die than do a disgraceful or ease is being revolntabnissei, and In youth or excess In muturo years and Ar. Paris 6 37 dishonorable deed. other causes, producing some of the following Lv. Paris 000 8 80 020 4 80 Twice did many unexpected cores effected. It 2 His Magnanimity. efTects. as emissions, blotches, debility, nervous-' Centrevllle . soon relieves short breath, flattering, 600 llfrrtft. (tl77lii(U4. pinfimfnn nr Muna uu.Mi.n . David spare Saul's life, and that too " Newtown . . 020 8 60 6 89 0 30 am 6 49 619 HOrlntv. ilfifwtlvA mpmnrv nrwl aavtul avhnniHAn shoulder, woau Ar.GeorKetown . 0 45 1002 704 while Saul was seeking his. Twice pains in side, arm,oppression, swell 6 40 0AVEAT8. which unlit the victim for business or marriage', and hungry spells, Lv. Cincinnati vlu did his forbearance melt Saul IRAUE MARKS. no i iiiuuii'iiu) vuiru uf leillC'UlL'S IIUI miUriOUS. heart smothering nVStlflN RiTEUTli Q. AO 700 7 00 4 00 BLOOD AND SKIN DISEA8E8. to tears and send him back Ing of ankles, Miles' book and Hear OOPYRIOHTS. atn. on iropsy. Dr. nnd complications, ns sore throat, Ar. Georgetown . 1002 1002 7 04 And when at hnd homo in shame. falling of httlr.pnlnln the bones, eruptions, etc., Lv. Georgetown . 10 02 10 02 706 6 45 f MfRJSTS'J.'S' 52."1 ino nandbooV write to The un Nervous nSJHJU? C1 m BKOADWAT. NBW YORK. last his relentless foe perished in bat- "qualed New disease, free. sold and are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or " Stnmp. Gro'd 10 24 10 24 7 81 7 21 Heart Cure is '".lreiJ,l?Pr8ocurin( patents in America. other drugs. tle on Mount Gilboa, how promptly guaranteed by J. W. Gaylo. also hia Kverr patopt takon out by us ts brouRht before StrictureInjurious Urinury Gonorrhoea, Gleet, " Swltzer . . . 10 88 10 88 7 47 760 " Elkhorn. and all and 10 46 10 46 7 Troubles 810 David wiped from his heart all '.ostorative Nervine for headache, tbo publlo by a notloo gtven free or charge la tho aro speedily cured by treatment Kidney has uever Ar. Frankfort .. .. 1100 1100 8 65 8 40 thnt 10 memory of the unprovoked wrongs '".ts, sprees, hot flashes, nervous chill, failed. Ho undertakes no lucurable cases, but cures thousands given up to die. Remember tho Nps. . 2, 7, 8 and 12 dully except Sunday. Nos he had suffered at the hands of tho 4 date und come early, as his rooms ure always ati-- l 4 d illy . Nos. 6 nnd 0 Sundays only. now fallen monarch, and in a Lament pium habit, etc "OWARD OUBI80N. Agent. crowded wherever he stops ,. Jff,?81 Jf,an7 o'entlflo paper In tho that has touched tho tonderest W. L. Coppersmith, the jeweler, Is man shouYd mm&l5P;.P;!JABERR' (,on- - 8uporlntendontls oplondtdly Illustrated. CONSULTATION FREE. No intollioont VERNON CLARK, General Passenger Agent. bo without It. Wookly. 83.00 Correspondence solicited nnd confidential. emotions of all succeeding ages and the loading repairer in tho city. 234 yoarj 11.60 snr months. Address MUNN & CO a Address THE SOUTHERN MED. & SURG. INST. 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