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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892013001 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. TEE FRAMFOBT fiOUSDABOUT. GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. 1 A "WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TEIUIS: $1.00 En Advance. Volume XV. KKANfKFCHT, KY., JANUAltt 30, 1892. Number 21 The Official Report of Gen. Hurst, Ohio Food Commissioner, shows ROYAL the purest Baking Powder. ; ft ''"''Oil S. V.. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington Ky. Every other Baking Powder tested contained impurities from i o.i 8 per cent, to 86.23 per cent, of their entire weight. tlie Wayward. he did to perfection. In a remarkably short space of time he had won tho hearts of all Israel. I do not think that Absalom at first cherished treasonable designs against his father's throne But finding his father in disfavor through his crime against Bathsheba ana his sin in numbering the people; himself solid with till the peqple and tho time ripe for a movement against the reigning King; being entirely selfish and unscrupulous in his aims and methods, how eagerly ho seizes the golden opportunity and raises the standard of rebellion. In all the direful sorrows to the old king from this wicked revolt, the expulsion from his beloved capital, tho bloodshed in the fierce battle throne, and above all, the death of the wayward son, who was tno prime mover and cause of it all, it is easy to see that David was learning by awful experience the truth of tho mighty and eternal law that "whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." which him on his 1 t Upholstered Funitafej V. " IDi-vasis-Oo'u.cifcLes, lEJstssr 02a.a,ire, I3ST Absalom, Ditckcrs. F'liTS. LEATHER WORK A SPECIALTY! GEORGE DAItSIE. ' m Absalom was David's third son. His mother was the daughter of Talmai, King of Gesbur. He was the only son of David who could claim royal parentage on both sides. And he no doubt plumed himself .greatly on the fact. The wild, restless and undisciplined traits of his character make it manifest that the Arabian blood inherited through his mother was predominant in him. The nobleness of his father eeems There was only utterly lacking. one chance for him to turn out, well and that was for him to be held with 41 tight rein and carefully trained. Ruf. Mint, wan oxaotlv what ho did not get. David was not that kind of a father. He was a good man, a groat king and his reign was tho jnosfc glorious in the history of Israel, but he was a very weak and foolish father. He was like many parents in our own day, who have good sense and good judgment about everything except their own children. They are wholly destitute of the power to discipline and train. Their children, as infants, get the upper .band of them and keep it all their xough shod. They do utterly as they please. That was Absalom's ruin. He was .praised, petted, indulged, spoiled as a child till he became a young tyrant, doing all things after his own sovereign pleasure. He had his own way from' start to finish. And few boys have ever lived who under such circumstances would not go straight to destruction. The basis of overyching good in human oharacter is laid when a child is required to obey its parents. A boy who does not mind at home will If ho is alnot mind anywhere. lowed to disobey parental authority he will disobey the laws of the land and the laws of God, and submit himself to no authority whatever. Permitted to grow up and utterly unschooled in &. Dr. Hale's Household Tea blood purifier and nerve tonic. It acts upon all the secretions of tho system, enabling tho liver and kidneys to perform their proper functions, giving tone and strength to the nervous system, a Two certain cure for dyspepsia. months' treatment for 50c. Get a free sample at Carpenter's South Side la the great JAN. 27th, 1892. Editor Roundabout: Some weeks ago the Hon. S. H. Shouse, of this, Woodford county, through the columns of the Midway Clipper, requested his constituency to make to him any suggestions in regard to legislation which they might deem of interest to the Ol-xstircounty or State at largo. As an humblo constituent of Mr. Shouse I desire, through the columns of your valuable pap8r, to present a few suggestions for the consideration of Mr. Shouse and his colleagues. First, Owing to tho frequent destruction of sheep by dogs, entailing The heavy loss upon the wool grower, for which he receives no renumeration, I would suggest that dogs bo made per Eroperty, and taxed five dollars this funds arising from source to be set apart for tho remuneration of farmers who have had sheep killed by dogs. In tho common acceptation of the term, we are not much of a protectionist, but we do think that tho sheep should be FiE s, REED AND EA.TTAN FURNITURE Kockers, Settees, Oor:n.er Olxairs, Oorrv-ersatiozn- . Olisiixs, TaTbles, 3cc, in sill IF'iin.isih.es. "WHITE AND GOLD" Finish is the Latest, nnd V Attractive. very "Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows Made to Order. Lowest Prices. Give us a call. lives. They ride over their parents drug store1. 1 Fair view. Mr. Geo. W. White and Miss Laura A. Powers were married Wednesday, the 20th inst., at the home of the .mm EV. tho great matter of ho will as a man rejoct all government human .and divine, run riot in every excess of unbridled passions. where If you want to know rago thatboys will learn the ungovernable atop at nothing, not even at the murder, taking of life by you need only to look into the loose and slaokoned discipline of many homes around you. The crying need of our day is family government, in neighborhood last Saturday fact and in power, the lack of which never brought forth saddor results night. than, in the history of Absalom. Miss Iona Smithers was tho guest TVio flrnf. niiMironlr was the assassi or Anna uiner samruay. nation of his elder brothert Amnons The crime committed against AbsaAnd O, woman,dospairing and wretched, lom's sister was no juaflcation. Dreading, yet longing, to die, to be it ,is plain Absalomseen that tho Hear the glad chorus that rises, was greatly vengeance of Filling tho dome of the sky: increased by the fact that in vindi-infitiVila nWftr'H honor he was also "Sisters, bo glad, there's help to be had; removing from his path tho chief obstacle ootween mm anu uie Diirone No longer bo miserable, gloomy and of Israel. He lees to Geshur and Lodtaad; health regain," rings out tho spends three years among his refrain, people only to bo recalled mother's by his father and forgiven for his "Poor creatures, be healthy and happy again." crime. Five years from the time By taking Dr. Pierce's How? .he drove the dagger to Amnon's Favorite Prescription, the world's heart ho is again at court, going in greatest remedy for all kinds of disand out among the people as great a eases peculiar to women. It brings favorite as over. H1b crime was back tone and vigor to tho system jiever punished. He now proceeds to a systomatio weakened by those distressing comeffort at stealing tho hearts of tho peo- plaints known only to women, which ple. Ho greets the Btrangors from all make life such a burden. It restores parts of tho land who come to Jerusa- relaxed organs to a normal condition. lem seeking legal redress, and hearing It fortifies the system against the of diseases whioh often their cases beforehand, pronounces approaoh in untold misery, if not in every man ho meets to nave right terminate on his aide. He said to them: J,0 death whioh is preferable to tho many that I wore made a judge in tho land: pain and torment of living, in gift of all got justico and instances. It is tho great then would you' and research women, that speedily." This of course soiontiflo skill cannot bo too- tograteful. brought him tho favor of every and for it she litigant he mot. Moreover in going It cures her ills when nothing olse about among the people ho allowed can. It is guaranteed to give satisno one to prostrate himself before faction or price (1.00) returned. him tp do obeisance, but lifting Absolutely sold on trial! m him from such a posture saluted him Engraving of all kinds promptly as a friend and equal. His beauty, grace and popular manners all fitted attended to at W.L. Coppersmith's, Sim to piny tho demagogue, whioh 234 St. Olair street. red-handed ing. Tho great destroyer death claimed three of our best oitizons lately, Mr. Henry Smith, who died at his homo on Saturday, tho 16th inst., aged 81 years; Mr. Major Moss, an old blind man, who made his home at Mr. Robert Bradley's during tho last years of his life, died and was laid tor at in the family graveyard of the late B. G. Thomas, near Alton; and Mrs.. Geo, who lived near Graefonburg, was buried Saturday last. Mr. Jas. D. Riner was in the Farm-dal- e to-wi- bride's mother by Rev. J. P. Baker. Accept the scribe's congratulations. Miss Cordelia Hieatt, who has been sick for some time, is rapidly improv- t: rr - Second, Tho prison question in Kentucky is becoming a serious if not an alarming one. We have just completed a new penitentiary, and we are told that both the old and the &c. new ono are already crowded. Our treasury is not in too prosperous condition. We cannot build a new prison every year, and yet the existing prisons are crowded while tho number of prisoners increases at a rapid rate. What is to be done? How are we to check this over constant overflow of prison birds'? Wo difficult; suggest, first: a reformatory instituSCISSORS tion for youthful criminals. Second, that murder, rape, highway robbery, horse stealing, burglary, arson be spirlose made capital offenses, without discretionary powers in the hands of the jury, and minor offenses can be settled at the whipping post. So tho prisons will receive only such criminals as may be guilty of intermediate offenses. I am fully aware of. the M. so, Go prejudice against the whipping post, as being a relic of barbarism, but if satisfacI remember correctly, under tho old lashes. law the limit was thirty-ninOne day last week a convict working on a farm near this place robbed or a peddler of about twenty-eigh- t thirty dollars. Tho money was recovered and returned to tho peddler, -and tho convict wns returned to the walls, where we learn from parties indirectly connected with the affair, he received about ono hundred lashes. Permit mo to ask which is nearest akin to barbarism? Wo would further suggest that means bo adopted to abolish the system of working conviots outside the walls. In the case above mentioned a convict, a trusty, with only about one month to servo, going about without a guard, commits a robbery. It is evident that they cannot be trusted. What may they not do? The system is unfair to honest labor, and dangerous Oto tho general and wo are of opinion should e abolished. We also suggest the settlement of -tho Capital removal for all time to como, and wo think it should be done --uBasEmEiit nf ihE by making provision for tho erection HateL-tfof appropriate buildings at Frankfort. STThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in 4 We submit these thoughts without argument, and respectfully ask Mr. short time. Shouse and tho General Assombly to ' give them a fair consideration. M. BE ATT Y, Bulldopus. G, Attorney at Law &Keal Estate Agi,, BEATTYVILLE, LEB, CO. A writer in a Boston paper TIKEwomen to study their counPRACTICES IN LEE, BHKATIIITT, WOMB, Kdtlll, Jiickson, Powell, Clay ami other tenances bv aid of their mirrors. counties Good enough! But then if they do S?lt.5-tr- . not cure their colds with. ur. .mill's Cough Syrup they run tho risk of breaking their reflectors and destroy- protected. C. F. CO. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, to buy a pair Have you not found it of that would hold an edge, and soon become dull and almost your cause you to oCiSSO7S itual grace? ,, If e pair WARRANTED to give tion in quality and price or money refunded. to P. GRAY and he will sell you a bv. m Hardware Merchant JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Have Removed From the Bafzell Building oust :MLui:isr si,:E3:E3:Ei,ii, '' 401' MD 102 10 KM STREETS Capital - H. ds MATTERS, J. -- t Bin, in ing valuable proporty. muiuguuHDi, 334 MAIN STREET, on -- inn,'. i ';. i W. J. CHINK, JR, W. L. Oopporamith, tho jeweler,1 does tho best of work at moderate prices. Call and see. 234 St. Olair, 45-l- y. street.' I 45-l- y. j FRANKFORT, KY. Jan.SO-ly-. Will practice in all State Courts. Of lice second floor, Custom House, km twi Oi. E? ' SHnPO WIHWwnWm . E9H V ygmm r"v vrnfv wtmmiVMBHmmmwummumimmmmm wwjwam.piumifn assisting Rev. Mr. Bitsor in a mootmji'i.jri'if'tj Tlie Duties. ing at tho Portland Avenue Presby-toria- n m lv.XFuilliH MY-EYE-SEE Mr, Harry Cambridge, of Owens-borChurch, Louisville, has renETTKIl KNOWN AH IJTfl E SWEETS. pulpil toturned and will occupy his is in tho city. Mr. J. I. Case. (Hlclcorv Grovo Pnrm. homo of Hnciuo, Wis., bnya: "After trying tA la Ijr a y Is us Mia foltuwln c with the requost Ir.a Shy, of Louisville, spent morrow morning and evening. Mr. 'cry Icnown remedy, I removed a lnrgo Bunch S that It be publlsheL Sunday in this city. yoara standing, from a a year old Illly, Z 01 .to Clover Seed. wltt ,hrco applications of T.iora n'ntivolitt'o men In this town, Mr M. II. Collins is confined to his u io ii tfr is il jh: ii tin ot j: o v i. Wo have on hand about 400 bushols room with the grippe. They wa'Sc thi strays from morn 'til illicit, 1WTMENT. j For to smite nt the girls thej delight. A. S Berry, of Newport, was of strictly prime clover seed, which Hon. Itlsthobostproparntlonllmvoovcrtiscdorlicnrd we will guarantee to soil at Louisville Of co irse tbesa little tin les aro very iy of. 1 heartily recommend It to nil Horsemen." s in the city on Tuesday. quotations. Buy at home and save Bui what nnn Is mt built th it wiy.' Mastin Bros. Wchavo hundreds 0 such tcsltmontaU Jf Miss Susie Rodman has returned to freight. or course the curley-- iJral ona Is the at, iljSfijEffiSjl Prlce.Sl.53 per bottle Aslcyourdrusstrtforlt. If ho But tho other' a tro lsure, I bet her homo in Louisville. J docs not Ueei 11, send usc. sminps or silver, for trial box. liiilSlflrJU'W V. B. K1)I)Y & CO., Whitehall, N". It. To Illrt tlie? sjy ve mu9t not do, Mr. Morton D. Horton, of Danville, Legislators Entertained. ma'3Siiiiiiiiiiiliinil Hut listen to mo -- what I say Is true. spent Sunday in this city. Who but clrls have a. better right, Col E. H. Taylor, jr., entertained a Judge Denton, of Pulaski county, Ami these llttld men nra "out of slghf " few of tho mdmbors of tho Legislawas in the city Thursday. One wo call Lord Dotlngston, t Lexing- ture Thursday night at his elegant Hon. Chas. J. Bronston, of Dut wo really think his a tailor's ton. home, "Tliistleton," near this city. lly makes hit own clothes, and, without a ton, was in tho city Tuesday. o, 1 1 Personals. QMS 21-t- f. h . rap , Mrs. Q. M. Adams visited her sis ter in Winchester last week. MiBS Stockholders Meeting. of tho stockholders of Frank fort Athletic Club are requested to at 7:30 o'clock meet at tho Olub-roothis evening. Businoss of impor- tance. All Nettie Parker, of Lexington, is visiting friends in this city. Mrs. M. H. P. Williams, sr., who has been very ill, is improving. Mr. Harry Stanton, of Peru, Old- ham county, was in the city Sunday. Hon. James A. McKenzie, of spent Monday in this city. Mr. Georgo Wrignt, of Kansas City, Mo , is visiting friends in this city. Mr. Jas. Todd, of Louisville, visited his parents in this city Wednesday. Miss Annie Frazee, of Maysville, is with her parents at the Capital HoHop-kinsvill- doubt, They ure the latest out. Now, girls, beware of the brown-haire- d dude, For It you don't mind In your heart he'll Intrude, And steal It away to some other lund And plumb In the soup you'll have to stand light-haire- imJ WARD CLAASSE IN- - umber, GasSteam Fitte -- e, Ou tlie xotU of February. complimentary benefit tendered Miss Daisy Cox will take place at the Opera House on Wednesday, February 10th. The programme, which will bo a first class one, is being prepared and will bo issued next week. The one we will talk-- He onaataa s did wilk. They ara "comrades," as the sayliif goes, in: vn cuvrja.i ijiiJ))Jy novs. Now of the with thi little On St. Clair street, In R -- 's store, These little men stand In the door. They wait and wait u Ion, long while, For the girls to co.ne by and gho tlioui a AND DEALER las Fixtures, Opposite Stato House, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets GUARANTEED. FRA.NKFORT, KENTUCKY. Thorough, Practical Instruction. Gradu- positions. SST Catalogue ats assisted to to FREE. Write Stratton Business College, Bryant -- iPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN T JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK M to r"aV smile. Five little girls passed up the htreet, Loo'clng so dalntr, nice and n3.1t. Of course 0:1 tnee tiey gated and jaze I, Then the little iniuce it3 ha 1 the cr;uo, TS ff ; tel. Mrs. Susan Davie, who has been Expires on Monday. quito ill with pneumonia, is improvThe time in which birds may be ing. killed by hunters expires, under the Miss Luckett, of Clarksville, Tenn., law. on Monday, February 1st, and is tho guest of Mrs. Caswell Ben- The'icimethre3 maidens tall And a 111 tie one, oh so small; They wink j 1 an1 blin wd, looks lnnd smiled, And tho two Little awiets wore sally be guiled. MffliMMiM June for two years from this city for entering tho residence of Mrs. Mary S. Ilondrick, on Wapping street, and stealing 2,500 worth of diamonds belongingoo Mrs. Chapman Coleman. When the party arrived at Eddyville Johnson was missing and it is not known at what point ho jnado his escapo. Johnson is a rather smooth citizanand the guards should have kept a close watch on hm A M ,.,) t T I LOUISVILLE, KY. W. W. PORTER. - W.A. HOWARD. J " v;iHi If tl.e two "LltUe Svejts" la tho city don't n nett. John W. Payne is out again after an illness of several weeks duration. Mrs. Lucy Ohilders, of Eddyville, is visiting Mrs. Judge Caswell Bennett. Mrs. Torbet Coryel, of Lamberts-ville- , New Jersey, is visiting relatives in this city. Mr. Tiios. Rogers, of Maysville, was in the city the first of the week, visiting friends. Miss Evelyn Hall, of St. Louis, is visiting her uncle, Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart, near this city. Oapt. Sam. M. Gaines, of the Maysville Commonweal, was in the city the first of the week. Dr. 0. B. Ohinn, who has been very ill with winter flux for the past two weeks, is some better. Mrs. J. W. Dodd, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. J. Q. A. Stewart, at the Feeble-minde- d Institute. i Mr. W. A.Rhoads, of Logan-countMcHen- is visiting his brother, Prof. ry Rhoads, on Third street. Misses Una Marshall and Pattio Graham, of this city, are visiting Mr. y marketers, pot hunters and others who havo been slaughtering the partridges should take warning, as they will be prosecuted for a viola- inJ HOWARDS PORTER, di:ai.i:rs in Tl 0 Fr.tnkfo:t boys wi n't be exactly kind: For over tho bridge they will cJ HKo a Hash, l AnJ ho t,lrls thlnx mate but tmall tht-j'l- sjlihh. At the O er.i IIoae thoy aro olte And W3 little uirls do t't kno.v 1 tion of tho law. seen. what they New Feed Store. MeBsrs. W. A. Howard, of this city, and W. W. Porter, of Owen county, have rented the store room, 131 St. Olair street, formerly occupied by the Bankrupt Store, and on Monday will open a flour, feed and seed store at that point, under the firm name of Howard & Porter. These gentlemen havo a wide acquaintance throughout the county and should do a good mean tney wink at us, our mothers and aunts. In tho da time they sew on coats and pants. When Every spot and pi aca In town I Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Htadache. With each bottle there found. Injector for the Why don't thoy ci?3 then for a monkey shoar is an ingenious-nasa- l more successful treatment cf these And chir ;e ten co iti? We .iris will go. complaints without nxtra charge. Our brothe.M anl fi:'wrj object .va can't Price 50c. Sold by J. W Gayle. 37 These 'canning little tailors are sure to be help tLat The "Little Swe2ts" Is fat-Are SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. ma'rvelous cure for Catarrh, A 7E WOULD RrSPE"TKULLY INFORM THE v cltzfin or riniiKfortti d viclnit that we will, on tho tlrsr ot February, open a Hour, feed and ted store ut 131 ct. Clair street, where we will keep constantly on band .1 full stock of tood In our luie. A share of j ur patronage is soUc-l"HOW UtD & PORTER. Jai U0 2t. V- Two Houses and Lots Foi Sale. TWO-STOR- Vi! espaclally the one tha 1 The Courts. County Court meets on Monday business. so very eutrjnsln; i?j mint lve lu And bestow upon the n an occasional grin. ray darling boys, Of you w'e'vo made very bright toys, No jou may go. we ara through with you, Good bye forever, adieu, adieu. Goo.l-bye, Sliiloli's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a fow doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful success in the cure of Consumption is without a parallel in tho history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you havo a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. .Price 10c, 50c. and 81. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. good-by- e, "Litt'e Sweets," tako a hint, be wise Or else you every one will despise, Be careful at whom you smile It may prevent and tho regular February term of ONE FRAME RFSIDENCE OF n oms, located the Circuit Court also meets on that a.u il.tin stieets, uni one on the corner of TMlrd frame cot,au cf t ir day, consequently a largo crowd will looms on street s.juui traiiKiort, ar one'-efor sale. For terms apply to be in town. This term of Circuit WM. McEiVAN, Corner Third and Main otreots. Court will be an important one as Jan. several criminal cases afe on tho .11 11111 d 30-t- a quarrel. Read this car. fully docket. it contains a moral. EXECUTOR'S SALE. G. EXECUTOR OF OEN. SCOTT BROWN. I will offer for sale, on the Franklort and l,awrenct.burg plKo, three miles from Prank-for- t, on His Annual Observations. Hog will come On Tuesday Prof. out of his winters quarters to interview his shadow as to tho character of weather we will have for the next six weeks. But if ho consults the goose bone he will hurry back into his hole as quickly as possible, without waiting to seo his shadow. Uli, What a Cough. AS d. Mrs. Otis A6hurst in Georgetown. Mr. Will Neal and wife returned Monday from a visit of several weeks to relatives in western Penn- ft: &v !, , sylvania. Mr. J. Andrew Cainand wife, who have been visiting relatives here, returned to their home in Versailles yesterday. Miss Josephine Swazfavor, who has been visiting Miss Nora Dean for several weeks, has returned to her home in Lexington. MiBS Rosa Gorin, of Louisville, will but will renot return homo y next week as the guest of main until Mrs. J. Q, A. Stewart. Mr. M. R. Hamelino and wife, of Mt. Sterling, are visiting Mrs. Hame-line- 's parents, Mr. Jas. Ledridge and wife, on Cross street. Mr. W. B. Hawkins and daughters, of Lil.y, Kentucky, spent Saturday and Sunday with his father. Dr. J. R. Hawkins, near thiB city. . Mrs. Wallace Harper, of Midway, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Bettie Wingato, on Third street, returned home yesterday. Miss Mary Chesney left Thursday of last week for New York City to Visit the family of her uncle, Lieut. Com. O. 0. Todd, U. S. N. MisseB Mary Luckett, of Clarksville, Tennessee, and Lucile Caldwell, of Danville, are visiting at tho residence of Judge Caswell Bennett-Mr- . and Mrs. H. M. Stuoky, of Louis villo, who have been visiting Mrs. Stucky's mother, Mrs. S.P. Browder, on tho South Side, returned home tho machine fall to tlie floor. It was a right squally timo aud the folder Monday. Oapt. J. 0. Bryant, of Lexington , was badly disfigured, but "Dr." all tho fractures was in tho city Wednesday making Tanner has reduced working trim. arrangements for a military enter- and it is again in tainment at Old Point Comfort next Buggies, carriagos and harness summer. by the Kentucky and Harness W. G. Neville, who has been Company. Rev. to-daro-pair- Will you hoed the warning; the signal perhaps of tho suro approach of that more terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you can afford, for the sake of saving 50c, to 37 W. Gayle. run tho risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that ' Course of Lectures. Shiloh's Care will cure your cough'. It never fails. This explains why The University Extension' Society, more than a Million Bottles were It relieves of this city, has arranged for a course sold the past year. cough at croup one each and whooping be without it. once. of six lectures in this city, For Mothors,do not week, to begin on the 9th of February-Dr- . lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's Bemis will deliver the initial Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W 37 lecture on Tuesday evening, Feb- Gayle. ruary 9th, .upon which occasion he will discuss one of the economic questions Euchre Club Organized. of the day, and should havo a large The young ladies of this city have audience. Tho doctor is a good organized a Leap Year Euchre Club, talker and will be sure to interest all and met for the first time at the resiwho may attend. dence of Mr. Peter Sower on MonThe place where the lecture will bo day last, January 25th, and a very delivered will be announced later. pleasant evening was spent. Tho The object of these lectures is not prized wore very handsome. A very for the purpose of gain, but for im- olegant spread was served, of which provement, and the small admission all partook heartily, and the sweet fee charged is only to defray the strains of music, coming from "The necessary expenses. Red Brick" in tho hollow, against the snow-clahills and dying A Suiasli Up. away among the leafless trees, made all souls happy and merry The ocWhen the machinery in this office to bo rememwas started, just after the noon hour casion was one long bered and proved Miss Mamie, the on Tuesday, the belt which operates the folding machine was caught by charming hostess, to bo a pleasant the main shaft and wound around it. young lady. boTheir next place of wil at the residence of The folding machine was pulled meetinc W. Mr. J. Johnson, on the South from its foundation, swung around, J striking against an imposing stone Side, T hursday evening next. and a job press, turned over and Grasslands. Bevoral parts broken off. Tho water motor was quickly shut off but the Mr. M. L. Hare, of Indianapolis, shaft was going at such a rate that owner of tho above farm, writes, "I the folder still continued to ascend havo tried all the different remedies upward and for a timo looked like it advertised for removing Curbs, in and Bunches, I feel was going to make a trip to tho Splints,that Quinn's Ointment safe by is saying ceiling, but tho belt broke, letting far the best 1 havo over used." d Minstrels Comingf. Tuesday evening next Goodyear, Elitch & Schilling's Minstrels will appear at tho Opera House. This is one of the greatest minstre troupes on the road, they havo with them a first class operatic band and orchestra, and will present more novel, new, pleasing and original features than any other similar organization traveling. Tho company is a largo one and among tho number are many old favorites with the amusement loving public. On the personal property of said decedent, conAc. sisting of farming Implements, crop, xtock, tno-yedlnburghj 1 1 well bred bay inure, In foal to by Edinburgh; I buggy horse; 8 or old tllly. 10 he d of cnttK anions the number two or three first class milch cows, and about five good cattio; IG shunts, wcli;l)l K about 76 iouuds:nf.os,Ortsan p!gi, 11 lot of bacon and 600 or 000 pounds of lur.i; nlot of canned ibout e tanning Implements consist of goo, is, Ac. plows, harrows, gear. c. Also 2 barrels of puro cider vinegar u iotof fowls, aud about 2u0 barrels of corn TERMS. All urns under ten dollars, cash; over tliut amount, six months' time, wl h good, negotlible note, p.iyablo at Deposit D.iiikof Frankfort, Ky. Ternw f sale to be complied with before property is removed. All 1 1 Thursday, February 4th, 1892. Jan 2J-2- 1 Executor of Gen. Scott Brown, dec' d. R. BROWN, RoVt. B. Franklin 11-iy. Frankfort, Ky. UNION KENTUCKY RAILWAY CO,, TIME CARD. W. L. Coppersmith challenges comparison in workmanship on any EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST, 1890. repairs in his line. 234 St. Olair OOINU BAST. street. 45-ly. FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. Hall's Balsam Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Leave Arrlvo Lexington Clay City Winchester . . . Lumber Point Three Forks Three Forks Elkittawa p m p 111 p in lluSO a in 1:25 p m 3:00 P in 4a 0 u m 41 6:25 (10INO WEST. H:3C u m Leave Klkatawa 10:3(1 n m tllng family remedy for Arrive Three Forks Has been a 6M a m LA- - Lmve Three Korks COLDS, nnrjfiiis. .7;,,,, mun-wii ruNsuaii'Tiuw, 7.T.;nn.;ii GKV5 in Lumber H 111 I IT IV UIIE. iiinun. HOAltsENESS, Arrlvo Clay city Point . . , 7:87 n m . PNEUMONIA, C vTAItllH, INFLUENZA, ACUTE Arrive H80 n m HltONCIIlrlrf. ASTHMA, Arrive 'Winchester. AND CllltO '10 9 30 a m WIIOOPI 0 COUGH. CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN Arrive Lexington INT1IESIDE AND SPITTINU OF, HLOOD, and all diseases of the; Connections mndo at Lumber Point with Bteamer for IVnttyvllle Elkatnwa nenrftt st itlnn to Jackson. Ky Trains between Tlnee Throat, Chest and Lungs dally, between Three Forks and Lexington run Forks and Klkatawa dally Sundays exctptrd 11 FOR THE LUNGS. Johnson Skipped. PR. Wm. HALL'S UALSAM coi t Int. no opium, morphine, nor any deleterious dm?. It u'lothes and heal tho Membrane of tlie Lungs, Inflamed and poisoned by dlseiise, and prev nts night It Is sweats and ttrt'tm'ss acrns the chest. to tho taste De sure and nsU for DR. t WM. II VLIS H LSAM. and take no other. For sale by ple-isan- u. 21-C- CONSUMPTION, J L. MURPHY. Uenoral Passenger Agon 1 WM. CROMWELl ATTORNEY-AT-AHl) " L 16-t- f. Thursday morning a lot of convicts Druggist, Frankfort, Ky wore taken from the Penitentiary PRICP 25C, 50C, 31.00. In this city to tho Eddyville PriBon, DR. WM HALLOO., NEW YORK. Oct. and among the number was Ohatley Johnson, tho burglar, sent up last RBAL, BSTATK AGHJs PRACTICE IN TnK C0PI1 Franklin And tb adjoining counties alio give uncial attention to the pun and sale of real estate, collection of r nU .. uid the lecotUttoD of Imm 117 ILL Vr will in i'B AtfH . r Cj liwi7eaMKreraDagiaagnewj3tiaBait Bank ordinance making tho JAPANESE tho oitv's donository was received. Tho following time tnblo U now Tho following ordinance in regard effect upon tho L. tt N. road: to tho police department wad offered by Mr. Shaw: TIlAlNH WEHT. That it shall bo the duty of tho Ch of of Police to got a list of the :riO n. in. No.'iSlonveBb'ninkfort Policemen elected by tho Polico and ti'AO a. iu , No. 17 leflvon Prnnkfort from the City JJ:O0 p. in. Firo Commissioners No. 21 IpuveR Frimkfort Clerk and put nono others on duty, 7:88 p.m. fto l!)luvcp Fntukfort unless tho Mayor should deem it for Plies or whutetnr kind Gmr necessary to savo life or property. In orA loj:ivH mteo.1 Cure Internnl, Wind or Weeding Kxtenuil, T1IAIN8 KABT. caso of danger ho may order extra Itchl ir, Cliro dc, accent or orddltnry. This 'Ro.18 leavoe J'rnnkfort .... 10:10 u. ai policemen to sorvo during tho time ltem?dr im poiitlvoly novr r been known to r. ill. svul by mnll nie 4:35 p. ui. of danger, and on the lastday of each Sl.OOuOox. 0box3s. Tor S5.U0;written (Junr.mtee "No. 20 leuvos Fnuikfort tmlil on receiptor prlcu. A (!.t!5 p. in. month shall prepare a pay-rol- l of tho poiltlvelr t?lvun tintcli purcliusoi of slxboxos, $0.24 armcs Frankfort .... tnej&Od 11:16 p. m. entire force under his command, ttlun pmcinwl I. ntone time to No. 22 leiives Frankfort p ltd l' not euro Uimrintee Uiueduy which shall include substitutes and GtYIiK. Mill LSOOMITBA: UAYLK CO.. .1. W Noa. 23, 17 und 21 connect nt Lngrnnge extra patrolmen, whon ordorod by ami toio Aenti. iViinkfort, Ky. Call for for Uinaiiintitl. o. 23 nnil 21 connect the Mayor, in form as follows: Jan. simplo nt Anchorage for Ulooinileltl Branch. City of Fiiankpout. W. W. Alhxandeb, Chief of Polico for To Aont. pay-ro- ll v18 . of department for Curd Party. TIilKB TABLE. THE ROUNDABOUT SHE PEOPLE'S PAPER. Driu-gU- 16-l- "Your "six-shooter," Money or Life!" Your ing. results of Think of terrible comsumption! which neglected might easily bo averted by tho timo-l- y uso of Nature's Great Specific, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Lung-scroful- a, Such a domand, at tho mouth of a sots a man thinking pretty lively! With a little more thinking, thoro would be less suffer- ki fi Consumption, which is is a constitutional disease, and requires just such a thorough and remedy! effectual constitutional Taken in time, beforo the lung-tissuaro wasted, it is guaranteed a judical cure! Equally certain in all jsorofulons affections and blood disorders. Large bottles, one dollar, of iny druggist. es Council Proceedings. Tuesday, Jan. 25, 1892. i? t r I 1 fi : - J & m Tho council was called to order by President Staten at 7:30 o'clock, with all members present except Councilman Church. The minutes of tho last meoting were read and approved. Mayor Tobin sent in the following ing The reports of F. V. Gray and communication: Oity Olerk Payne, who were apTotho Honorable Board of Council-me- pointed to examine the Treasurer's accounts, were received and road. return herowith, Gentlemen:-There was a difference of some "without my approval, an ordinance, three dollars in the two reports. olititled ''an ordinance fixing the Mr. Gray's report showing a shortage salaries of the officers of tho City of of 1,079.49, while Mr. Payne's report Frankfort" for 1892. showed $1 682.90 Tho proposed ordinance comes to The report was adopted. mo without the signature of your Mr. J. W. Gaines, ono of the late presiding oilicer. This is a mero Treasurer's bondsmen, was then technical objection, and is only granted the floor, and made a neat urged that the council may have an iitbiu ofjuutjiit ' missopportunity to reconsider their twin auuoiuiu the sureties of the .upivr sentative of pass riuch amendments ing Treasurer. Ho further stated action, and as they may deem proper. that there was now to Mr. Hugh R. The salary of the treasurer is fixed Gaines' credit in the State National at $400 per annum. Mr. . Gaines conBank 4,179.49. This 1 think excessive, I have been cluded by presenting Hugh R. informed by two gentlemen, whom I Gaines' resignation as Oity Treasknow to bo competent and reliable, urer. ono of whom will be a candidate be- i Mr Darnell moved to accept tho foro your honorable body for tho , resignation of Treasuror Gaines. oiHce, that they are willing to accept Adopted. the office, give tho required bond, Mr. Darnell then moved to go into and discharge all the duties for n an election of Treasuror and Assessor. salary of $250. I can see no good Adopted. reason why tho council should fix the Nominations for Treasurer being in salary of tho treasurer at 400, when order, Mr. Mastin nominated Mr. V. the services of a reliable and comp- L. Olark; Mr. Richardson nominated etent person can bo obtained for 250. Mr. Russell Sneed, and Mr. Darnell did is something never beforo heard of Tho salary of bridge-keepe- r fixed in the proposed ordinance at nominating both Messrs. W. B. 120 per annum.' His salary last year Jenkins and F. V. Gray. (Applause.) was $240. Four ballots were taken before an I do not believe that this reduction election was reached, when Mr. V. L. is in the interest of tho city. The Clark was declared the winner. Mv. council cannot secure the services of Russell Sneed was the contesting a competent man, one who will watch candidate. the city's interest and take care of Mr. Darnell then moved that as tho city's property for a less salary soon as Mr Olark qualified, the bondsthan 240. If the incumbent of tho men of tho lato Treasurer Gaines office has been negligent in tho turn over money to his (Gaines') of his dutieB, or has failed to credit Mr. to Clark's credit. meet the requirements of tho Bridge Adopted. Committee, his services should bo Tho election of assessor was then dispensed with. I infer that there in order. Messrs. Win. Graham, has been no complaint in this John Kirtley, J. J. Petfcorson and Dr. regard, as ho has been Alvin Duvall were placed in nominafor tho present year. tion, and after several ballots had I suggest that tho salary bo fixed been taken (Potorson was dropped tho samo ub last year. The item fix- on the third ballot, and Kirtley on tho ing tho salary of tho Assessor at 200, sixth! it was found to be a dead-locshould be stricken from the ordi- Mr. Graham receiving four votes and nance. An appropriation can bo Dr. Duvall four. made after tho asso3smenti8 completTho election was then postponed ed and it can be done moro intelli- until Wednesday night. gently. Mr. Payno moved that the lottery Before tho boncls of the city oilicors bond now in the Clerk's hands be fl.ro approved, some action should bo turned over to the Sinking Fund had by the council as to tho dispo- Commissioners. Adopted. sition of tho fund collected by tho The bridge hydrant was ordered city for tho State on account of repaired license. Two or three small accounts were If tho fund is to bo collected by tho allowed. clerk, tho charter should be amended; The council thon adjourned until and an ordinance passed giving the Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. clerk authority to colloct. if not, an order should bo made by tho council adjournment mebtincj. requiring tho clerk to cover this January 27, 1891. fund into the oity treasury in tho All members present except Counsamo 'manner as other funds aro cilman Payno. The first thing in orcovered into the treasury. der was tho election of an assessor. Respectfully, Tho candidates wore Messrs. John E. RioiiAitD Tobin, Kirtloy, Dr. A. Duvall and J. W. GraMayor. ham. Mr. Kirtloy was olectod on tho Mr. Darnell movod to refof tho second ballot. communication to tho finance com- - Tho bonds of tho Oity Olork, Treasmittee. Adoptod. urer and Marshal were approved. An ordinance confirming tho salo Treasurer Olark's bondsmen are: of tho Cove Spring property to Mr. Col. O. E. Hogo, Gen'l Fayette HewJohn T. Buokley for 4,000 was de- itt and Oapt. W. F. Dandridgo. feated. Tho counoil thon ndiourned until Bids were thon received for tho next regular mooting. sale of tho Covo Spring property. Tho bids wore: Frankfort Water Miles L,iver Nerve Company, by Mr. E. L. Samuol, n: Mrs. L. Labrot entertained hor lady friends at a progressive euchre ,ChiefofPolice. party at her residence on Main street , City Clerk. Approved , Mayor. WVdnaaday afternoon from 3 to 0 Allowed Received of the city of Frankfort o'clock. . S in full of pay-ro- ll tor rolice department for the month of Shipped to Chicago. 18 day of 18' this Col. R. P. Peppor shipped Thursday Chief or Polico. head of trotting afternoon thirty-tw- o If tho Mayor should refuse to sign stock, brood mares and youngsters, s of tho the pay-rol- l, then city council can order the same paid. to Chicago, whore thoy will bo offered Whon said pay-rol- l has been at the salo of Mr. F. J. Berry next certified as correct by Chief of Wednesday. The brood mares are Polico and Oity Clerk, and allowed in foal to Onward, Madrid and Nor-vby the Mayor or the Oity Counoil, it and the colts aro by these noted shall be tho duty of the City Olork to issue his warrant on the Treasurer sires . i. in for tho amount of said pay-ro- ll favor of the Chief of Police, who shall The Old Original Remedy immediately pay said forco, take Leads. their receipts for tho payments so made on said pay-rol- l, under heading Sick people should not be deceived 'Receipt." and return tho pay-ro- ll by protondors who talk about to the City Clerk on tho day of pay''germs," "baccilli," &c, to ment. sell their preparations, thus preventAll ordinances conflicting herewith ing people from buying the original are hereby repealed. tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe The ordinance was adoptod by a Killer" is what you need. It is now, vote of 0 to 1, Mr. Mastin not voting. and for years has been, making Tho matter of annexing Bollopoint more cures than all other remedies to Frankfort was brought up and combined. Read their advertisement In one postponed until next regular meet- in this paper. Don't be deceived. two-thirdpro-pare- d, el "Mi-crobi- ," Amount. Position. Name Received with amount. Examined and found correot Everybody takes it. EVEUYBODY READS IT. : ' m subscription ftnhJ SI U1UJ lit A T AP Year. pi UUra uOB of tho best in fho State, and 5k IA T"V "TT 15 n MW51 IS i-- 0 a u u a u hum um m tVo are prepared to turn Advertised Letters at Frankfort, Ky. out, on short notioe, ! Below will be found n list of advertised letters for tho week onding Jnn. JJOth, 1892: I j I l Bush, Mrs Becky Patterson, Miss Mericca Buler, J. W. Bell, Miss Lou. Pulliam, F. T. (2) Miss Blackwell, W. S. Pullum, Minta nrntohor TofiVr, Rolsin, David son Kniner, George Russel, Miss Lil&r Davis, Wilton Dixon, Nelce Robinson, Miss Flinn, Mrs. Sarah Jessie Gray, Edward Roberts, M. A. Golden, Georgo Reid, Mrs. W. Hill, MissEllmoro Southerson, Mrs. Dick Harvey, Josh (2) Scott, Mrs. Ella Hord, Mary E. Johnson, MissZ.E.SAnders, Geo. P. Scearce, James Jones. Wm. jr. Htadtat, .FliiliB Kerwick, U. A. Kirkman, Misslda Stewart, Thos. J. Liket, J. M. Scott. S. A. Lovering, Richard Sanders, S. S. Megrue, Mrs.J.R. Trazer, H. Murphy, R. S. Thayer, Frank T. Willson, Willie When cnlling for these letters say ad vertised. wA s X x& & i V X X & X X XX&XX aXXX x$ X " tX X X & X X xxxx X X X X X X X u II -- J. M. Saffeli., Postmaster. n Blue-Gras- s League. die-char- ge k, The Jessamine Journal says: The effort being made to reorganize tho old Blue Grass League of base ball clubs is meeting with encouragement from all quarters. The league will irobably be composed of the follow-n- g clubs: Georgetown, Lexington, Frankfort, Versailles, Nicholasville, Harrodsburg, Winchester and DanBlank Books of all kinds gotten up in ville. A meoting will be held at an early date, probably at Lexington, to perfect tho organization and adopt a the art. Old Books and Musio bound at Each club constitution and that becomes a member of the league "Work of all kinds solicited. shall deposit a guarantee, which shall go into a general fund for tho purpose of giving the winning club a prize at the end of tho season. Each club will be allowed to have the services of but ono professional or player. Tho toams will then bo composed of home talent, which will greatly increase the local interest in tho game. Taking everything into consideration, Nicholas-villmade a vory fair showing last season, and should be a vory good drawing card. A plan is on foot in Harrodsburg to organize a stock company and will probably be successful. It would not be a bad idea for our base ball enthusiasts to do likewise. A base-baleague, composed of clubs from Centre College, Danville, tho A. and M. Oollogo and Kentucky University, Lexington. Georgetown College and Central University, Richmond, to play during tho months "of vurii, luay unu u purnuu ui o uuu, will be organized at an early day. by-law- BINDERY, k- the highest style of lowest rates. Job s. non-reside- nt o STEREOTYPIC, in all its Brandies. ll All work promptly executed, and m satisfaction guaranteed. 'Darby's Prophylactic Will Use itin every keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome; removing all bad odors sick-roo- 1,-5- m tfll Mr. John T. Buckley, 5,200 cash. An ordinance confirming the salo of tho Covo Spring uroporty to Mr. John T. Buckley was thon drawn up and adoptod. Tho coal doalor'B license of E. M. Williams & Co. was transferred to Mr. E. M. Williams. A communication from Vlio mayor, stating that ho had approved tho Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and all Aot on a now principle rogulatlng the liver, stomach and bowels though contagious diseases. Dr. tho nerves. A now discovory. The eminent physician, J. MariMiles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid livor, piles, constipa- on Sims, of New York, says: "I tion. Splendid for men, women nnd am convinced that Prol. Darby's children. Smallest, mildest, surest. Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu 50 dosos for 25 cents. Samples free ut 21 I able disinfectant," y J. W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. 45-l- Pills. and from any source. GEO. A. LEWIS, Proprietor. 215, 217 and 219 St, Glair Street, Up Stairs, Frankfort, Ky. ,'iAa Kjauaa wmmm Kmm CRH jjim Itc4 Messrs. Morris & Hampton, who ran Mrs. m.E. Overton. a book and shoe storo in tho house Tho following notico of the death Batored at the at Frankfort, Kentucky now occupied by Mr. V. Borb.erich. m second-clamailable matter. During tho war he served as a of Mrs. Mary Ellon Overton, of which wo made mention in our last, is takon captain in tho Confederate army. from tho Sonoma, California, Index-- 1 flEO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. MAMFOfiT post-offlo- ROUNDABOUT. o w $yftWRqs j ANNOUNCEMENT. For Circuit Clerk. nrk ir.V, Jlfn.8 Party i?iVf0iunuthorlzed ?, cni"1 (,at0 .NX'S A.I To Fill tlie Vacancy. Tribune. iPX nc oa ot the t0. announce WALTER ,or C)rct Court ""'nowat'c FRANKFORT, JAN. 30. 1802. Dcatli of Uncle Tom. Old Undo Tom Boll, tlio blind colored man, who has been a familiar figure upon our Btreeta for years, died at tho Capital Hotel on Monday night. A half cencury ago Uncle Tom was a famous pastry cook and injured his eyes in working about heated ovens, which resulted in the For moro than loss of his sight. forty years past ho has earned a live- Mr. Vernon L. Clark was elected City Treasurer by the City Council on Tuesday night, to fill tho vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Hugh Gaines. Vice President Jim. Mr. James M. Saffollhas been elect ed by the board of directors of tho Farmers Bank Vice President of that institution to fill the vacancy occasioned by tho death of Judge Alvin Duvall. I lihood sawing fire wood, his knowledge of the location of houses and streets in tho city, gained before he was stricken with blindness, enabling him to get about almost anywhere he wished. For thepast twenty odd years he has been an attache of the Capital Hotel, sawing all the wood used about the kitchen of that Reception. An elegant reception took place at thejresidence of Mrs. Caswell Bennett, on Main street, Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Bennett from 3 to G o'clock. was assisted in receiving by Miss Childers, of Eddyvillo. !? , J- - establishment. For the past year Mr. 21. H. Crntclicr Dead. he has been able to do but little, and had been given a horns and was Mr. Harry H. Crutcher died it his cared for by Mr. Jerome Weitzel and home near Forks of Elkhorn Church, wife, in consideration of past faith- in Woodford county, on Monday, and ful services. the remains ,were buried in the Ceme-tre- y Uncle Tom was one of the old time in this city Tuesday afternoon. He colored citizens; respectful to all, was a brother of the late Levi T. thankful for any favor or kindness Crutcher and John Crutcher, of this done him in his unfortunate condi- county. tion, and, above all, was an earnest, Sprained His Ankle. devoted Christian man, which enabled him to bear his great affliction Judge L. HordJ while returning to with cheerful resignation. The rehis home on Wilkinson street Monmains were buried Wednesday from the first Baptist Church, of which he day evening, had the misfortune to slip on the icy pavoment and fall, had long been a member. spraining his ankle very badly. The Judge, being and old man, it will be A Close Call. some time before he will be able to engineer be about. Mr. Bobert Glore, night at the Hermitage Distillery, had a close call for his life Monday morning just after daylight. He went into the engine room to stop the engine which drives the olectric light dynamo, and in going through a narrow passway near the engine the point of a shaft caught his coat. In the twinkling of an eye he was whirling through tho air at lightning speed. All of his clothing was stripped off even to his shoes, and to tho fact that his clothing gave away ho owes his life, for there was no one near to shut off the engine. He was badly cut about the head and body, but fortunately no bones were broken. When released from his perilous situation he was thrown some distance, got up, went back and shut off the engine, and then called some one to go for a Vf M Box Party?' feVi physician. He is still coufined to bed, very sore from the rough usage he cecioved, and yesterday was not so ! 'fwfWff S9mHw well as ho has been for several days. Mr. Glore was at work in the quarry below the lock several years ago, when Hans. Graham had his eyes blown out and John Gloro lost both hands by the explosion of a ''dead blast" which was being drilled out. and escaped with no serious injury. He is evidently a hard man to kill. Humane Work. Mr. ETIKf W I Si ;i i y k V. ?1 &. 0. S. Hubbard, organizingagont of the American Humane Society, of Boston, Mass., is in the city. Mr. Hubbard has visited all the schools in this city, talked to tho children about kindness and placed in tho hands of the teachers a good supply ary. of humane literature. His object is to "And though from out the bourne of time nnd space organize a Humane Society, and to Thj lloods bear mo afar, Fires. I ho. )6 to bee my pilot luce to fare that end will, for the next few days, WjoiiI huve crossed tlie bar." call upon our citizens and explain the On Friday night of last week the With truest friendship, plans and object if the work. This cooper shop of Mr. W. T. Flynn, on Mrs. M. L. Towle. is a good causo, and certainly com- north St. Clair street, was destroyod mends itself to everyone. We trust by fire. Loss 500, insurance $200. Mr. Hubbard will bo successful in Supposed to bo the work of an inThe Secret of Success. organizing a largo society in Frank cendiary. J. W. Gayle, druggist, believes that fort. Saturday night tho storo and resiperooverAnco, A meeting will be hold at the dence of Mr. W. M. Smith, in Bollo-poin- t, the secret of success isIn konping tho Tiiorelbre lie persists Baptist Church afternoon were burned to the ground. (in nt line of perfumeries, toilet arti-sloat 3 o'clock for the purpose of or- The stock of groceries in the storo was oounictics, drugs ana chemicalK ganizing a branch Society, whioh all destroyed, but most of tho furni- on ho market. Ho especially invites all persons who have palpitation, should bo largely attended. ture in tho residence ' was saved. sho.'t breath, weak or hungry spells, Tho loss on stook nnd buildings was pain In side or shoulder, oppression Dcatli of dealer Bowyer. about 51,800, with $1,300 insurance. i.Jglit marc, dry cough, smot'ioring, Jropsy or heart disease to try Dr. Tho fire originated from a stove in Illos' unequaled New Heart Cure Oapt. A. Zealor Bowyer, an old the store-roo'jororaitis too late It has tho largFrankfort boy, diod in Jacksonville. est dale of any similar remedy. Fine Florida, last week, and the remains The Most Pleasant Way, book of testimonials free. Dr. Milos' Koalorativo Nervine is unsurpassed woro interred in tho Lexington for sleeplessness, headache, fits, etc , Mr. Bowyer Of preventing tho grippe, colds, ami il uoufnins no opiates. Como'ory on Sunday. 5 was horn and raisod in this county, headaches and fevers is to uso tho nnd for a number of years was a iquid laxative remedy Syrnp of FifjH, Watchc, docks and jewelry of losldonc of this city, a part of tho whenever the ?yitom nowls a goutlo, standard brand at Coppersmith's, sold ut licadrouk prices. 234 tmoaclorkin tho dry goods store yet offectivo cleansing. To bo bene-- . Kt. niiilr Htvririfc. or tno into uarr umiea, wiio u:a iimju oiju muHii yuii wiu Lruo roincciyi w budnojoin tho house now occupied manufactured by the California Fig w of R by M033M. Chapman & Williams on Syrup Co. only, tor sale by all drug-- , promptly executed kndg nefttl ftd by tho Kentucky I Main street, bub previously with gists in COc. and $1 bottles. 17 Buggy and Harness Company. to-da- Mr. Thos. W. Keene, the tragedian, gave a box party to Gov. Brown Monday night when he appeared as d "Richelieu." Those present besides the tender nurse, tho giver, and the dispenser of many Gov. Brown, were his three daughters, jrivate charities, which have doubt-es- s Misses Birdie, Susan and Evelyn and now opened up to her a blessed Miss Kate Green and Mr. and Mrs. J. surprise in tha$ new home, whore sho must have been welcomed with M. VanDerveer. tho "inasmuch as you have done it unto one of the least of these, you A Huubaud's Mistake. have done it unto me." Our dear sister made no open profession of reHusbands too often permit wive, ligion, but she lived the Christian and parents their children, to writer life, if that means' sacrifice of self, from headache, diszinoss, nouralgi, with full recognition of the fathersleeplessness, fits, nervousness, wne hood of God and the brotherhood by the use of Dr. Miles' Reatomtir of man. Nervine Buch sorions results could There need be no affectation of daBily be prevented. Druggists every- sentiment or eulogy in reviewing a where say it gives univorsal satisfac- life like Mrs. Overton's. Among tion, and has an immense Bale. Wood-wort- the pioneers of this city and valley, & Co., of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; doubtless the Intelligence of her rfnow & Co., of Syracuse, N.T.; J. 0. death will awake in many a heart vVolf, Hillsdale Mich.; and hundreds some tender chord of memory, jf others say "it is the greatest seller which will vibrate adown the years in hoy ever Tcnow.V It contains no testimony of her generous kindness piatee. Trial bottles and fine book and selfsacrificing love, of which the u nervous Diseases free., at world knew little, but which must for J. W. GAYLH'S. 5 ever bo embalmed in the hearts of those who had tested tho quality of her life, who knew that though she Pardoned. claimed nothing, it counted for moro Gov. Brown pardoned two prisoners than all ostentatious giving a warm, generous, nature, Tuesday, they were John Hulceo tender, secured to intuitivequiet, yet which hor a and Tom Davis, his nephew. Hulceo well recognized place in the little was sent for life from Barren county in niche which we claim for her 1881 for the murder of Woodford the devoted wife, loving mother, faithful friend nnd true philanthroCurd, and Tom Davis got twenty-onpist. years as accomplice in tho same Wo now clasp her hand at tho gate crime. Hulceo is dying with con- of death, as wo often clasped it in sumption and the Governor pardoned life, with the comforting assurance that her him so that he could go home and die. longings best aspirations, hopes and fully realized in are y Davis was a mere boy at the time of tho reward promised tho the faiththo affair, and the records show he ful, x Standing with tho few who are was under che influence of his uncle. approDavis was at the Eddyvillo Penitenti- still watching and waiting, I priate the words of Tpnnyson open-handeh to-da- y, Mrs. M. E. Overton, mother of Mrs. Kate F. Warfield. tho ladv viti- culturalist, diod at tho lattor's homo, Ten Oaks, near Glen Ellon, very suddenly Sunday morning of paralysis of the brain, brought on by a severe attack of la grippe. Mrs. War-fiel- d was absent in Los Gatos at the time, but hastened to Ten Oaks as soon as notified by telegram of her SsJM mother's death. The remains of Mrs. Overton were ombalmod and taken to Napa last Wednesday and place J in a receiving vault to await the ar Both tho method and results when rival of another daughter, Mrs Cav Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant anaugh, residing in New York, who and refreshing to the taste, and acts is now on her way to California. The funeral will then take place in Napa gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys, under the auspices of Valley of tno uiver ana uoweis, cleanses the sysMoon Chapter, Order of tho 'Eastern tem effectually, dispels colds, headStar of this place, of which tho de- aches and fevers and cures habitual ceased lady was an honored member. constipation. Syrup of Figs is the Mrs. Overton was also a member of only remedy of its the Orderof Chosen Friends ofMarys-villo- . duced, pleasing to kind ever prothe taste and acMrs. Overton was a highly accom- ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in plished lady and numbered among its action and truly beneficial m its nor trlends and acquaintances some effects, prepared only from the most of the greatest statesmen and their healthy and agreeable substances, its wives in the United' States. Mrs. Overton had resided in Sono- many excellent qualities commend it ma Valley for over a quarter of a to all and have made it the most century, her husband having died popular remedy known. near Glen Ellen about twenty years Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c ago, his remains having been interred and SI bottles by all leading drugin Napa Cemetery, beside whom gists. Any reliable druggist who Mrs. Overton will be laid to rest. The deceased was 05 years of age, may not have it on hand will proand leaves a son, W. F. Overton, of cure it promptly for any one who Tucson, Arizona, two daguhters, wishes to try it Do not accept any mentioned above, and a number of substitute. grand children to mourn her untimeCALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ly taking off. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, The following is from the Napa LOUISVIUS, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. Register: While we come to bury our dead, it is with tears and lamentation we again record the going out of a life, where but few remains of a goodly company. Our deceased sister, Mrs. M. E Overton, widow of Dr. V. 0. s 0 Overton, formerly one of Napa's A most eminent physicians, was the mother of Mrs. Kate Warfield, of I To Young Glen Ellon; of Wm. F. Overton, of iMothers I I Tucson, Arizona; also of Mrs. Hattie Cavanaugh, of New York. On coming to the Pacific coast, Dr. and Mrs. Overton first located in Nevada City, where she was known as well in the humble camp of the miner" as in circles of social culture, m always the sympathizing friend, w I For Sheriff. wWvrnriVnthor,zc'1 t0 nnnounco JAMES M. "s ft candidate for Sheriff ot Hat.KlIn co. n y. subject to the action of the Deniocratlcprlmary,Mnnhl0,1692. Jan. We are authorized to announce JAS. O BRAW-ty. subject to the a tlon ol the Hemorrntlc inrty iDec.l'we0'61''0"0'' t0 b heW Mftrc1' oTT,MKle,'luU,orlze'1 t0 announce X V.,.i.W. as a (mimIIiIihm r.ipshorm II P. county, subject to tho action ot D'mocmtlc convention of Saturday, March Ifctn" Wo are authorized to announce A. O. JUMPERS 8"erl,r ot Franklin county, subject '""J? totn Democratic primary i lection. For City MnrsSial. Wo ebctlorl are authorized to Hiuuuiice UOf0r(1,r mnbhll . W J,. GAUIT nt tlie mxt Jun.'23-to- Farm for Sale PV,r.,KiT-,0II - Improved and all In Brass, Dec. 2iam. will ba sold lor ternia nnd other Information at can JAS- mauksbury. one mile acres, welL ANDREW SI OTX. Berkshire Boar. I VAYT' PURK-BRE- which will be permitted to servo sows. BLACK BEttKSHlRB JDe?. I'RANKS.HAFlf. Near 0. K C. Cooper shoe, On L. & N Railroad. "MOTHERS'! mrmiiTr rKicJNU N0 LOTTERY" To be Given A' vny Absolutely. ' $14,400 In Gold Coin. Anrono for only 2m mm both the-HOUNDABO0T and tho Louisville. Kv.. IViulilir ' Courier-Journfor one year nlth the opportunity iiiurmr, iur i e i uniTecedtnted oilers of one prize of $10,000 la Oold Colh. and 44 prizes of $1W) each hi Gold Coin, rumple copv of tho Weekly Courloc-Jpurn- nl, containing full particulars, can be s. on at this office. Or on implication to Courlrc-Jourt- ial i ompany, Louisville. Ky , a copy will b& furnished to any address free of charge. uor-n.- o n ouncr-oournur- JIhf3Vvv . : 3 Makes Child Birth Easy. : Shortens Labor, s Lessens Fain, 1 X FOR CHRISTM1S. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. AtLANTA, O A. Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. Jtooh to "Mother" mailed JfJCSE. SOLD BY, ALL. Folding Beds, Ohina Closets, Ladies Desks, Book Oases, Fine Chairs, Leather Couches, Sofa Lounges, DRUOQIST3. f Dn. E. C. West's Nervband Bkhn Treatment, a guaranteed specific for Hrsterla, Dizziness, Convulsion, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. Headache. Nervous Prostration caused by the una of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain resulting In Insanity and leading to misery, decay and death, Premature Old Age. Barrenew, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary lose and Spermatorrhoea caused bv over exertion of the lirnln. snir. i ach box contains abuse or ono month's treatment. $1.00 a box. or six boxes for S6 00, stint by mall pripuldon receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. To cure an case. With each ord r received by in for six boxes, accompanied with $ 5 HO. we will send the purchaser oi r written guarantee to refund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Gmranteos Issutd only by THE & UAYLE CO., and J. ,W. UAYLE. I Frankfort, Ky. 'y 'Si f I Parlor Suits, Hat-Rack- s, - vj n $500 Reward! Pills, 5!5 cents. Bewanof counterfeits and Imitations. The genuine manufactured oidy by THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. lor suto by all druggls . i6dy. e We will pay the above rewnrd for any ease of Liver Complaint. Urspepsla, Sick Heada:ho, Indigestion, GoiiitlpaQon, or (ostlveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. Theyvaro purely Vegetable, and never fall to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated . Large boxes, containing. SO 3ES- Carpet Sweepers,' Dining Tables and the latest thing in - Tea Tables. IKogrers 3z Residence for mllE I .Rent. KNOWN AS the Blackburn place, s'tuated nt the south end of Logan street, In South Fiankfort. containing about a;j acres of ground, Is for rent. Possession given Dec. 1st. Nov. 21, SURV YING RESIDENCE PROPERTY nms 'iS k mim Georgetown Son. May2-l- r. n 'u SOT. FRANK CHINN, 1891-t- f Fiankfort, Ky. ffiO CIVIL ElCINEEBINr. mO THE CITIZENS OF FRANKFORT AND 1 Franklin county: Havlngreturned to Frnnk-fo- rt to remain for some time I offer my professional servljes of Civil EtiKlneer, Surveyor and Draughtsman. I). M. WOODSON. Jun.23 2t. THE 3I10RTEST AND QUICKEST to s, 1 FOR SALE. SMALL DISTILLERY. NOW In operation, for sale cheap. Only $4,000. A rare bargain. Apply to Time. 25 Hours. ntlre I'Mlni. lluniirei Oir. Day Coache it Sleepers run through without change. TllJS ailUUrii&T AMJ UU1UKJS6T A SOUR-MAS- to Jacksonville, Ala f'i Jan.23-tf- . M.T.MITCHELL. Frankfort, Ky. Time, 26 Hours ThrouRl "Meepers without change The Short line between Cincinnati and LicxmoTON, KY.. Time, 2Wj Hours. i For Sale or Rent Three Houses and Lots. rooms, on Campbells rM.HmitliKrai.kfoit. Ab-a house containing irooiimcu New street. TKRMS-O- ne third eiuiu balnnro In one and two years wHh Interest, or w 111 nuike ii big for cash. JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. Oct. In which Illvo containing icnniH. ntnl will s Il or nient a ijultilnv. rontulnliigH rent tho double l! t-- Knowii.i.k, ("ivmfowiA.TKNtf., ATLANTA, HlKUINHIIlM, Pln-e- t AHirVII,!.K. porter L, bo-sld- es I MRS. 8. T. niflT RIWN, AS THE AGENT H" ii grout bargainee In uso I have for Mile nt via h. in. Quicker than 7u other line. Repot, riH'JiiruiiL OrlenmnndSlireve Tkii, Meii'oaud California. olVi t'tfort vl.i Kentucky Midland Railway uritfi ;lr) i.fa.,iirrlvftClnolnnatllO:25 i Cuiiiitutlnito.it " (i., . " Al.A " New Tkn.v., N. 0 " " 12 17 11 IB 10 "' " ' Ifi-lv. AlltriitM irrw 'H.iirlfroinOentrnJOnlOM VorkateOtup.if i. tis-cou- nt 15-t- f. Traveling P.if. Atrl. Lexlnixloii, Ky, jj n i. i.dwahds. u.o. iiuivary. Vlre-l'ruCINCINNATI. J. 'i P. A A T ll I FRANK iniir' VOOI.LEV V. . . . . J "irtiMrtrtKrttti-n'.rrfffbtitii-- 1 rrBPBfEraM SUMM WESgM pryri HJWr1 iiyf- - ? f r 5 FKANKFOIIT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT, JAN. 80, 1802. ' -' lJ tt Dr. Hale's HouhcIi old Oint- ment i 1 lv m;i ffl I a n i'.'iU I m Who wore here last season and left be influenced by him to leave off such fine impressions, are coming their ugly habits? If he will spond again this year. There has been tho same time with tho boys throwing sevoral new features added to tho ' ) out a kind and encouraging word show and quito a number of people the time he is spending at tho club who were not with them last season. room and card table some of tho Among tho new people are Mr. E. M. boys would bo persuaded to believe Hall, tho world renowned Banjoist; that life is too short to bo "frittered Sr. Garcia, tho Musical Wonder, and Joliusoii-ttlartl- n. and fooled away' as thoy are doing Mazuz and Abbacco, tho Arabian and would come in and help us save created such n annon. The following notice of the wed- tno ooys. vvniie on the preacher acrobats, who tion in all EuroDe last vear. This is ding of Mr. Sam. D. Johnson, of this question, will say that sometime since i their first anoearanco in thiscountrv r; city, and Miss Margaretta Martin, of 1 was talking to a preacher that and they are under contract to t to this Athletic Club. I j turn to Paris at the close of their Lexington, is from tho Lexington to him that I thought it was gagoment with this company. Transcript of Thursday. that the tendency was evil. year Elitch & Schilling's aro now "Aro vou coiner to that pretty wed He asked me where the ovil came in; rated among tho leading Minstrel ding at ChriBt church?" he thought it kept the boys from Companies of America, and have Said a friend on passant. And I did bad association, and from lato hours, packed every theater to the very go. as did hundreds of others, and it etc. Ho said the preachers, calling doors in which they have appeared was indoodla pretty wedding. Miss several of them by name, were this season. Margaretta Martin, daughter of tho in it, also calling tho name of the At the Opera House Tuesday, late Major Martin, of tho Confeder- officer of tho church named above February 2d, 1892. ate army, was to wed Mr. Samuel as belonging to it. I told him I may Davis Johnson, the leading merchant have been raised in a dark age my in Frankfort, Kentucky. Her moth- early teaching was to avoid all such State op Ohio, Oity op Toledo, ss j Lucas County, er was Margaretta Harrison, who at places, the tendency being evil. her death left her orphan babe to the When he said what will tho ''poor Frank J. Cheney makes oath that care of her sister, Miss Mary Harri- preacher do." I say to him now, "he is the senior partner of the firm son. Nobly has she fulfilled her ob- visit the boys at their homes, on tho of h J. Cheney & Co., doing busiligation from thathour till that which street, privately, giving them an ness in the Oity of Toledo, county consigned heir prescious charge to encouraging word learning them and State aforesaid, and that said and convincing them that you have firm will pay the sum of one hunthe husband of her choice. It was a high lioon wedding and an interest in their present as well as dred dollars for each and every cape the sun shone in all his winter glory. future welfare. I find the boys take of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Within the large church tho gas jets it kindly. I find that mo3t of the the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. twinkled and named, snowing tne boys who attend and belong to tho Sworn to before me and subscribed Christmas green which lingers yet club are the patrons of these negro The white llowers clustering here and minstrels. "leg shows," and other in my presence, this 6th day of A. D. 1886. there and the glittering Star of Beth-leha- disreputable "operas," all of which A. W. GLEASON, I hanging high. Gay plumes, are perfectly demoralizing and drag- f Notary Public. bright flowers and elegant carriage ging the boys down. 1 have the j SEAL suits poured in till Lexington's creme same right to talk that the preacher do la creme had filled tho allotted has. They lecture me, and I thank Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interI like personal talk. nally and acta directly upon the Hnn.ce. Above the pleasant hum of them for it. voices Professor do Roode brought It shows an individual interest in blood and mucous surface of the forth enchanting melodies as only he me, and I will say right hore that system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. can, and at the auspicious moment, this is the only Buccessful way to get selected MendelBsohn ratherthan tho ut anyone. The preachers aro not BSySold by all druggists, 76 cents. 3 ' .vA'".'latter-daLohengrin, and every head doing enough of this in the pulpit or - u- x j 't was turned. Among the bright ex- - any where else. Charity Ball. The it- ' octant faces were those of the This thing of preaching dogmas E rides and of brides-elechappy in and theories is "played out.'' The - t The Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin realized hopes and in joys to come. boyB have heard this until thoy take A wide carpet was Bpread from the no interest whatever in it, and the says: "Such plays as the 'Charity ' '''church doors to tho carriage qtone, old people are getting to be tho Ball,' which was presented at the compa- same way. Christ never taught a Davidson last evening by Daniel and under a close awning the dogma. The only question Frohman's Company, are as good as ny passed in. With the first chords of tho jubi- or that has been since the coming of sermons. The noble sentiment, de lant quickstep the Rev. E. H. Ward, Christ, is faith in Him as tho son of licate pathos and bright comedy of v ,. this interesting play are not new to in white surplice, came from the God, and practice what he taught Pleasant recollections room and entered the chancel doing someting for humanity saving Milwaukee. robing gates to await the coming. First tho boys. The boys know about of the initial production of it last year were little Clara and Willie Sayre, in God bo loving the world that he gave linger in the mind. While only five yellow India silk with Bhort waiste his only begotten son. This they of last year's cast remain, the comand high puffed sleeves, made the have been taught in an abstract way pany now here is fully up to tho stan-i They dard. The central character, Mr. long journey In perfect step and time from their earliest childhood. bou- have never had it impressed on Johd Van Buren, is still in the hands C :'".. ', bearing their of Boyd Putman. Ho continues to quets at just the proper angle. These them as it should be charitable fair little women ascended the steps Preachers, leave the club. You present the and separated so as to leave a double oan't talk to tho boys in the club clergyman with all that caro and path to the railing. Following them room. All the games they learn to nicety that constitutes finished actR. P. play are connected with saloons. ing. Miss Edythe Chapman is an accame the ten groomsmen: Pepper, W. B. Thomas, T. B. Mack-lin- , Do not be deceived about your tress of considerable ability, and her FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- W. P, Hudson, and J. G. Dudley, presence there, and the boys learning Ann Ca'uger was very well done. were from Frankfort. Tilford Clark, tho games through you will keep Miss Alice Elton deserves especial going into dis- praise as Thillis Lee. Her portrayal from Isaac Starks, Percy Talbert, Garland them Barr, and Lieut Clay, were tho Lex- reputable places after tho games of this trying and lachrymose role ington men. As these separated and have been taught them by you. I was so sympathetic and natural, bo Btood in diagonal lines on either side. am not wrong about this thing, the free from stagines, that the hearts of the audience were touched. She is Hardware, Wall Paoer anil Next came Miss Sara Simrall in white tendency is ovil. Plaster, crepe de chine, carrying a bunch of Take tho true spirit hore by sing- a beautiful young woman too. Miss as Maid of ling your boy influencing him to Jeannette Lourie is delightful in tho served Oil? Cement, nd X 'd Paints, Iron, Steel, Biltisg. Suk, and Church this care-fre- e romping school girl characHonor, and had tho trying ordeal of Sunday-schoo- l Miss Ethel Sc walking up tho aisle alone Last boy will influence others, others will ter of Bess Van Buren. S" o s, 32oors, d.er. SIa.et. ciaad. came tho bride, leaning upon the arm influence others, and so on' and on Groybfook and Miss Eliza Logan aro of her uncle, Mr. J. B. Simrall. She it goes. Get the boys cornered, then quite at home in their old parts of ALSO A FULL L1WBOF wore a gown of costly white satin so throw hot shot into them and have Mrs. DePeystor and Mrs. Van Buren." handsome in its sheen and so grace- them cry out "men and brethren At the Opera House I . ful in its trailing folds ,that a devotee what shall we do to bo saved?" days exclaimed have been importuned to join tho to the old bridal-sati- n under her breath, "It is the only real club overy time I say1 no. But to King's Royal Germeteur. Pipe, wedding dress I have seen for years!" you preachers, one and all, and to tho medicine of the The silk tulle veil was becomingly every ono hero or anywhere, I will and the flowers were perfect join in with you in any legitimate century, Its phonominal success as ?inned snowy beauty. At the steps way to save tno boys. a seller and favorite with the people My conscience will not allow me is the acknowledged wonder of the KADI AND LEWIS STREET" she was met by bridegroom, with Mr. to join the Athletic Olub. Every boy medicine world. Based upon the KENTOCEL Joe LeCompte, his best man. It was a very lovely wedding in all who keeps lato hours, who belongs to Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, its details. Tho ring clause in tho the club, brings in the olub to shield modern, and at once popular, comritual was more than unusually effec- him from his devilment. No matter manding itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by Mr. Simrall gavo the bride whether, one, two or three o'clock tive. away. As tho company passed out something about tho club kept him its use. Specific for all Catarrhal A NOVELTY OF PRICE PER PACKET, the bolls pealed forth their notes, and out. If his eyes aro red and his diseases, a Nerve Tonio and Blood the carriages rolled away to a sump- cheeks rod all around and a.bout, ask Puriflor. It is without doubt tho STERLING 15 CENTS. tuous wedding breakfast at the man- him what caused it. I have gotten most reliable germ destroyer in and to the extent that tho MERIT. tho reply: "Boxing at tho Athletic sion on South Limestono street. The pair left on an afternoon train Olub.'' Boys, don't bo deceived. germ theory is correct, King's Royal is the remedy. It is no for Chicago, Now York and other You "can't fool nobody." EVory one knows the differencs between a bruiso accident but is the result of fifteen points. Among the strangers present, some from a boxing glove and red eyes years study of medical genius. For Halo by Chapman & Williams. 19 of whose names were not obtained, and cheeks from debauoherj'. Boys, please stop. It you have any wore tho following from Frankfort: Mr. and Mrs. Russell McRery, Mr., souls in you, if yon have any respect Special Announcement. and Mrs. James Rodman, Mrs. for your fathers and mothers, if you Wo have mado arrangements with Swigerb Taylor and daughtor, and have any hope of a future life in this jMiss Alice Withrow, who is a guest world and more especially of tho Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., publishers of of Mrs. H. A. Guthrie. Mies Mary life beyond death, I implore you to "A Troatiso on tho Horse and his Mason Scott, of Frankfort, was also stop your meanness. It is nothing Diseases," which will enable all our present, us the guest of Mrs. M. T. but meanness stowed down to dregs. subscribers to obtain a copy of that IHililjt ATIU? u rC. i aVCttV BRIGHT If you don't stop tho time is coming valuable work free by sending their 'XCELLENT Scott. when you can't. I can seo tho bloom nduross (enclosing a two cent stamp FLAVOR CREAM COLOR. "" coming in your face. Tho time is for mailingsame) to Dr. B. J. Kon-da- ll Co., Enosburg Fall, Vt. This Communicated. not far distant when you will have big 1106O8, thick lips, eyes turned book is now recognized as standard wrong side out. How then .you will authority upon all diseases of the uuiTiisseU for cutting. Magnlflccntly fringed. Hound oa a ball. Easy to robe. Price per plct, 10c. Editor Roundaboitt: I feel sometimes rather discour- wish you had taken hood to ''Old horse, as its phenominTll sale attests, aged, and inclined to stop these Man Miles" and your fathers, mothers over four million copies having been 3P3E.A.. letters, and would stop them, wore and sibtoija. whodo lives you aro sold in tho past ton years, a salo never before reached by any publicait not that lam porso'uillyintorostod, wearing out. tion in tho same porind of time. Wo a2 3-besldoslinoph fronds who nrj also Yours truly, persona !y intm8tod, who onoonrago John E. Miles. feel confident that our patrona will Wren Free, iUeiirtJ, iw'tA atotv, VIOIC'S F OKVTj appreciate tho work, and bo glad to a d in'go mo to go on. I met a wlilch rontniim J''MK I w nu vlVmf flowcwUl VegetaLlcs. 1,000 Illustration Over 100 pa"is 8 x u avil themselves of this opportunity ff ))ixniuhur this morning who gavo me of obtaining a valuable book. n word of oneoumguinent. I uuid to receipt uUdiirvM ana 10 cents, wulcli uuy bo deducted from ilt order W. L. Coppersmith don't send It 1b nooonsary that you mention him I was thinking of going for the prfnolHTs; ho said "pitch into thorn " work to othor cities, but does all this paper in Hooding for tho "TroatI told him of several preachors in that is instrusted to him in his iso." This offer will remain open for only a short timo. 4 town that had joined Uo Athlotio building, 231 St., Clair street. M3)Jan. 5-l- Is tho finest remedy In the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures CoughB and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific tor Pneumonia. Outs, Brifises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 60o. boxes. Largo size cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's South Side drug store. y he replied ho had had several invitations to join it. I replied don't you do it "avoid overy appearance of evil." Its tendency is evil; that I know young men who nover kept late hours until after joining this club. Now they belong to tho boys who are revelling and debauching themselves, singly and in clubs, at dead hour of night, when honest people aro or should bo asleep. I know of a man, an ofUcor in ono of our churches who joined this club and is now playing cards generally nightly, who took a great interest in his church now rather "luko warm;" also has been seen goingin tho saloons, taking drinks with tho boys. This man tho world calls an "old man." Is he letting his light shine that tho boys seeing his good conduct will Club; Druggist, of Lexington, Ky., says that Dr. Hale's Household remedies (consisting of Dr. Halo's Household Cough Cure, Dr. Halo's Household Ointment and Dr. Hale's Household Tea) aro the best sellers ho has over had in his store. This is owing to tho great merit of these popular remedies. They invariably give treat satisfaction, save many doctors' and work wonderful cures. Everybody should use them. 25 and 60o. sizes at Carpenter's South Side drug store. 1 Ben. I. Bell, Goodyear, K I itch & Schilling's Minstrels S.M V'At' I. :fJL$ w JmAk . ,'JOlH t en-sa- id Good-wron- g, ; Tliis space is reseived for R. K. IVlcCLURE, 9 Tli.e St. .Olair street IMIercIb ant. .w i De-comb- .mt rt V y V . ' t, s 'I- - - to-da- y, - " lillies-ofthe-valle- y high-minde- d, -- C. E. COLLINS fam . & BRO., Stella. Becoratier;s!imef ta, Blir to-nig- Pre-eminentl- y Bewer and Flni and Rack Salt. 49-l- I?r-AKFO- RT ex-istan- rvicKfefeK grbCNJN u r$e& " U VIOK'W OKCORMDET, J.iJEQ.A.lXT? m NEW Jg.OS8T7:,?StSir W JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, N.Y. SI .. vlWtf .(Jl A.I 45-l- y. t . jKE3E?BBiiEEB3B . f "ZZZZ T ,3 ' 'Mr ;IK ffiH "! ' The Place to Buy Fine Wedding Presents! w . -- The largest line to select from, the lowest prices and the most useful things to be found in any house in the city. No trouble to show goods, ' H alto Hvj5 I ' Give me a call. . Xl Religious. We would mm If you have a buggy, carriage or set of harness which needs repairing take it Jo tho Kentucky Buggv ntui t Harness Company on oast Broadway. All work promptly executed 15-t- f. he greatly obliged to the ministers siiul officers ol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement! which they may wish made.l The hour for the evening service at the Southern Presbyterian Church has been changed from 7 to 7:30 o'clock. Baptist Chukch 9:30 11 Sunday-schoo- l at Public worship at and 7:30, conducted by Rev. W. C. in the chapel. Taylor, the pastor. Rev. W. G. Neville We think we have got a pretty good chunk of a house as it is, however one which will last until we make another million out of the printing business, at any rate and are contented. To the friends who assured us the chimneys would be sure to smoke, tho roof leak and if we moved in before spring the whole family would bo made ill, we are compelled to acknowlege that the not a flues draw beautifully, come water has of drop through the roof, and so far the entire household is in a moderate state of health. Nurseries FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUEGRASS Kentucky Central Railway ? "BLUB GRASS ROUTE,' Shortestand Quickest routerroin V OKNTRAL KlCNTUCKY TO ALL POINTS TREES H. Oct. 10-3- (MTU. ESST, KST, AND M SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN Vines, and cvcr.vthlntr found in such an establishment. A full stock. pay no ngents. Prices Low. We Descriptive catalogues on application. OF ALL KINDS. Small Fhoits. Aspakacjtjs. Grape usually LEXINGTON .SCUEDULE CINCINNATI. IN EFFECT NOV. 15TU. 1831. iNo.5, UaUj fco. 3, Acconi F. HILLEftaiWEYER, LEXINGTON, KY. soutn lEouiiti Southern Presbyterian Church at pulpit will occupy his 11 o'clock a. m. Fisli and Game Club. There was a meeting Thursday evening at the hardware store of M. P. Gray of those interested in the forming of a Fish and Game Club, when a temporary organization was effected by electing Sam'l. R. Smith Chairman and Henry C. Murray Secretary. There were about fifty names submitted for membership, but as it is the intention of securing tho membership of all good citizens of tho city and county to this laudable enterprise; it was decided to postpone tho permanent organization until Monday evening, February 1st, when tho club will meet at 7:30 o'clock in the city council chamber, at which time it is earnestly hoped that all interested will bo present and join. The club dues will be 1.00 per year. The people from the country are especially invited to join in this effort to prevent the wanton destruction of the fish and game of the county. Any person who desiros to become a member and cannot conveniently be present at the meeting next Monday evening, can send his name to either of tho following gentlemen and they will have them recorded: Lewis D. Craig, H. O. Murray, George L Payne or M. P. Gray. The movement is a good one and Bhould receivo the support of all good citizens. Daih. tx faun. Uail) Express last Him Ex bun ti No.l, and 7:30 o'clock p. m. i.ve Cincinnati. i.vu Covington. rannouth, lUam usual services First Presbyterian Church at The 11 a. OPYRIOhT IBo .yiv vv to-da- y, ' Cynlhian.i llMBum J 6'Jpm J Arr Paris . . . lllbauj lu&ipin b 18(im y 45nm bOOpiu b uspiu J 0pm PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE. lllMiyMILLEILLIEl Too qnktc and direct route front LOUISVILLE TO AQKANSAS " Lexington . Iv Paris muiin 11 Soum 2C5pm a vttuw 4 86pm u S6pm 6 lUpm 11 OUpiu 7t0pm Glopm u6upni m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. McClusky Blayney, D. D., the pastor. " Voyagers on life's sea, To yourself bo true, And whato'er your lot may be, Paddlo your own canoe." Penick, the rector, will occupy his pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 7:30 Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. p. m. Shel-"byvill- e, Boy. W. T. Poynter, D. D., of will preach at Cedar Chapel Methodist Church this evening at 7 morning at 11 o'clock, and o'clock. services Catholic Church The usual at the Church of the Good at 10:30 will be conShepherd ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, the pastor. First mass at 8 a. m., second mass a. m. Vespers at 3 p. m. Si, u Rev. George will fill his pulpit at the Darsie at Hand Christian Church 7:30, as usual. Nightsubject, "Nehemi- ah,the Plucky," the fifth of a series of talks on Tho Young Men of The Bible. Young men especially invited. Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- Christian Church w invigorator. Change of Cars All the year round, you may rely upon Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. U you are going to emigrate u It's not like the sarsaparillas, that are said to bo good for the blood in March, April and May. The "Discovery" Snerman, Dallas, Fort Wortb works equally well at all times, and in Austin, Houstm, all cases of blood-taint- s, or humors, no matter what their nnmo or nature. It Tbti Is tho cures all Skin, Scalp and Scrofulous affection", as Eczema, Tetter, CHEAPEST AN I KE8T ROUTK Fever-soreWhite Swellings, No cbuiuje or Hip-joidisease and kindred ailments. r, sold MONTGOMERY, M0SILE, MEMPHI It's tho cheapest through druggists, because you only pay AUD NEW OB LEANS. for the good you get. money Is returned If it doesn't fur further Information tiirs Your benefit or cure you. Can you ask more ? C. ATJM K. G.P. T.A . Salt-rheum. cans't not then bo false to auy man." One hundred and nltj miles "Self-lov- e is not so vile a sin as Then "bo wise 'tis madness to defer." Get Dr. Pierce's SHORTEST TO LITTLE KOCH Golden Medical Discovery, for all afAnd tee only rout fections of the lungs and throat It is likewise a wonderful liver tonic, and "To yourself be true," 'and thou M 11UUU iz 4upm Arr Richmond 1 85 pin Lve Richmond. 1 dSpui Lve Ilcrea . . , 205pm Lvo Winchester Lvo Livingston. Lvo Loudon . . . . Arr Winchester 7 oopm ttuopm TEXfcS ArrLivincston. 3 Oopm 8 lftltin 4 Without Lve Corbln. . . G OJpm Lve Barn'rville. 6 62pm Lve Plnevllle. . 0 41pm 7 85pm LveMltldlesb'h. ArrCum'bUap. 7 05pm Lvo Corbln. . ." 4 SOpm Lve Wlllla'ab'g. 5 45pm Arr Jeilico... . 6 20pm Lve Richmond 1 50pm Lve Lancaster.. 4 45pm Arr Stanford. . 5 20pm Arr Corbln. 10pm 4 CiUiiiu North-Boun- d. Express Lve Stanford No. 2, Dally Ex Sun. No 4 miv' 7 05am 7 00am 10 No. 6, Dally Ex Sun, s, nt Arr Richmond LV0 Jeilico. . " Lancaster g S 3 ? 15am blood-purifie- P. IMI"V. I K if KNTIfCM er meeting in the 7 Lecture-roo- at Wit ( fest the earth. Their deRev. H. G. struction is great, as they destroy Methodist Church life in thoupands of human beings Henderson will preach annually. The only limitation to morning at 11 o'clock and in the their devastation is food to feed on. They produce countless diseases evening at 7:30. eczema, cancer, 9:30 a.m. as malaria, scrofula, Sunday-schoo- l convenes at contagious blood poison, etc., etc. Tho Epworth League will meet in The remedy for thisbmall but numertho class room at 6:45 o'clock p. m. ous and destructive foe, is to expel by Mr. Henderson extends a cordial him from the bodyS. S. the use of S. will route of tho Swift's Specific. invitation to tho members him out completely, and force out General Assembly to attend theso nlso tho poison which he has loft beservices. hind. Bo sure to got tho gonuine. Do not let any onoputofFon you a Moved In. substitute or imitation. Send for our book on the blood and skin. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. Tho now residence on Second going" up on. a street, which has been ISorn. lot purchased by Geo. A. Lewis from Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, is comWILLIAMS In this city, on Tuesday, January pleted and the Roundabout family 23, lB'jti, to Mr.Wjllo Williams and wile, a daughter. To the WILSON-moved in on Tuesday. In this city, on Sunday, January 21, amateur architects and builders who 1892, to Capt, Henry Wilson and wife, a snn. dropped in while the work was in progress to tell us where we ought to Buckleu's Arnica Salve, make changes and how much bettor The best salve in the world foi vlan they could have mado for us, Cuts. Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt wo must apologize for not accepting Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, would Wo suggestions. thoir Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, willingly have done so, but when we and all Skin Eruptions, and posifirst concluded to build wo con- tively cures Piles, or no pay retracted with Mr. W. L. Wright, one quired. It is guaranteed to rive of the best workmen in the city, to put it up a certain way, and it would perfect satisfaction, or money re Price 25 cents per box. have required a largo amount of funded. For sale by South Side drug store, monoy to convince him that all tho P. H. Carpenter, alterationsuggeBted should bo made. 5-- p. m. 8MAT T (Are many of tho les3 microbes; which Lve Wlllla'sb, Arr CorMn.. . Lvo Cum'b Oh' Lve Middlesb'h "3 . Lve 1'ineville-- . Lve Barb'rvllle. fi ? Arr Corbln.. . . Lve Corbln. . . 3 Lve London . . H Arr Livingston. Lve I.lvlneatmi Lve Berea. . . Arr Richmond.. Lve Iiichinami.. 6 05.1111 ArrWIncliester 6 65am Lve Winchester 710am Arr Parts 7 45am Lve Lexington, 7 00am Arr Paris. . . . 7 53am LveCynthiana. 8 21am Lve Falmouth., 9 23am Arr Covington. 10 51am Arr Cincinnati. 11 00am IS 8 60am 9 85U111 6 88am 6 68am 7 47ara H b 45am 9 2oain 9 35am 10 Ham S5am .... 1105am 11 15am 12 lOnn 1241pm 12 41pm 1 85pm 155pm 2 27pm 2 OOpm 4 C 8 07pm 5 85pm 2 87pm 01pm 45pm 3 45pm 4 4 48pm 6 45pm 25pm 080pm 687pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH. No. 10, North-BounDaily, Ex, Sun. BiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSHvV'iBBiSiSisVBflBiSKRiniSiSisflrSBBisfl No. ta Daily, Ex. Sun ered, Tho Most Successful Remedy over discovus It is certain In Us effects and does not Read proof below: blister. Kendall's Spavin ,Cure. Hwceiioy.HhoulderJoliit JjiuneiicNM.Stlllo l, J.umoncHM In .Tolut Jiiinifiirns, am working on 5'ovo foot. Iwill euro that all with Kendall's und Spavin Uuro, It Is tho best Liniment for man or I hhoc-HolHip-Joi- nt TONIC OUItKS Arr. Millersburg Arr. Carlisle Arr. Johnson Lve. Cincinnati Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington Lve. Paris Arr. Maysville South-Boun- 2C5pm 802pm 7 00 a ill G20pm 7 35 a in 615 pin BlBam CSSpm 8 40a in 7 00pm 9 34 am 7 64 pin 1010 am 880pm No. 9, Daily. Ex. Sun 5 5 6 7 7 8 10 20 a in 67 a m 50 n 111 15 a ill 40 a lu Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 26, '90. Da. 13. J. Hkndall Co.: Gents It is with tlio greatest satisfaction that I Inform you that I havocurcl tho followlnKdlseascg; LOSS OF APPETITE, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nauroa, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of tho Heart, Loss of Energy, Weakness of Back, Feelings it Languor and Lassitude, Gon-erDebility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc. al No. ii. Dally, Ex, Sun beast I bavo ever used. recommend It to all horso owners. Horses that I have worked on are valuable, but without your Liniment would be worthless. I havo friends who used it for Hprniun and JlrulHt'M and cured them. They say it Is the best they over used. Yours truly, E. U.S. WELLS. Lve, Maysville Lve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle Lve.Millersburg Arr. Paris Arr. Lexington Arr. Covington Arr. Cincinnati . 150pm 227 pm 320pm 3 45 pin 4 . .. 28am 700pm 61 am 6 87pm uooam 645pm 10pm I Kendall's Spavin Cure. i J. Kexdall Co., Knosburgh Palls, Vt.s Qents-- Iu tho year 1881 1 treated with Kendall's Spavin Cure a Jlonu Hiuivln of seven years stand lug nearly as laro at a hens cbk and completely stopped tho lamoneus and removed tho enlarge mont. Have worked tho liorso very hard over slncH, he never has shown any lameness neither can I see any difference In tho size of the hock. I). Dr. Monto Vjsto, Colo., Doc. 21, 1889. In iiko for 25 years by omlnont pliyxlclans nud MirKeons lu the United Hi a to- -, and pro nnunced by them tho best TONItJ extnul li cures where ull others fall. Try it ami be con vlured. Ask your Drugulut for It Yours truly, F. a COOLEY. PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTLE. J. W, ED RAY Price $1 jer boltte, or site bottles for $8, All druaatnts havo it or can get it for you, or it will bo sent to any ad- a. dress on receipt of price by the proiirle-torDR. B. i & GO,, Manfs, and Proprs,, E. AVERILL, , Sole Agent, J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. Frankfort. Ky. iy Aug My, JunelMy, KNOTT, CPlATMORE. (Jpii. Pass. Agt, Trafnc Manager. (leneral Olllces, Louisville, Ky. S. F. 11. MOUSE, Asst. Oen'l I'jibb. Ar'U Oaico, ChnmberofCommerceBldc.. Cincinnati, O. No. 1 Dally to all points oxcopt Rowland Division, unlch Is dally except Sunday, dally except Sunday from Lexlnc-to- n No. in Cincinnati. Bunsdally No.l No. 4 Runs dally from all stntlons except the Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday, No. 6 Dally except Sunday. No 6. runs dally except Sunday uetweon Cincinnati and Lexington. No, 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation dally. Loaves Lexington 10,00 n. m. Arrives Paris 10: 5 a. m No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Loaves Cincinnati 6.15 p. m Arrive Falmouth 7:05 p. m., dally except Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 6 u. ni Arrives Cincinnati 7.65 a. in., dally except Sunday. Nos. land 8 make connections at Winchester for points on the N.N. & M. V. lly., E. D. No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlcsborough and Cumberland (lap and all Intermediate stations mid runs dally, luns S.It tf pippf! .THE w 7 f- - . w nam am IP K.. ;'-- sis. JLwJLrft mMmmtSbm Jb5 Jii ft. Nn collection of Souvenir Spoons complete without this design. On the top part of the handle is a representation of the seal of the State, and on the slunk, celled in unique letters is Frankfort, Ky. Within the bowl is disclosed an unusually accurate depicture of the Capitol Building, which constitutes one of the most salient featIn adures of the municipality. dition to this design, we have a number of other odd spoons. , Filled and Silver, Watches, Mounted Diamonds, Jewelry, Gold and Rolled Plate, Silverware, Sterling and Plated, Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses, Gold Headed Walking Canes, 4 333 Saint Clair Street. Gold, T 9 I j M. A. SELBSBT,' FRANKFORT, - Opera Glasses, &c. tho meeting from tho 3d Sunday to Women vtrlio Die Early. the 4th Sunday afternoon. Many of our most beautiful and acMessrs. Newton & Greenup have tho contract for tho pike for tho year complished ladies die before they have reached the prime of life. Of those 1892. who live to middle age only one in Mr. Jno. McBrido has rented Mr. two hundred is Bound; the other one Newton's blacksmith shop for this hundred and ninety-nin- e are sutler-eryear. Mr. Burdin's is still for rent. Why is it? The Regular services at Buck Run to- shattered health can bo restored; tho morrow, both morning, and night at homo made happy, and your life lengthened if you commence at once. the usual hours. Wtose BurU" have been used for 20 Tho fall session of our school closed years in the private practice of one of yesterday. The spring" session will tho most eminent physicians of Paris, commence next Monday, February and tho following diseases and their 1st. distressing symptoms yield to them Congestion at- liko magic: Ulceration, Quito a number of our citizens the Womb, Ovarian tended the sale of Mr. G. W. Robb, ut and Falling of of tho Womb. BearTumors, Dropsy Ducker's, last Thursday. ing Down Pains, Rupture of ChildMr. Thomas Hinde, of Chicago, birth and Miscarriages. One package has been in our midst this week. of "Rose Buds" will mako a new All of the ieo houses in this section woman of you. have been filled with an excellont ar- ly (Ltuicorrhea or Whites are generalcurad bv one aDDlieation.) Price ticle. per package (one month's troatmont) A negro man by the name of Caleb 1.00 sent by mail post paid, securely Sanders, in the employe of Mr. Dock packed. The Leverette Specific Stone, had his leg broken last Thurs- Co., 330 Washington St., Boston, 20 lin 2 day evening as he came home from Mass. Frankfort, caused by the overturning of a loaded wagon. Drs. Wallaae LOUISVILLE. TOBACCO and French reduced the fracture. MARKET. Mr. B. B. Bigstaff, of Breathitt county, has been visiting frionds in FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DUKRETT, our community several days this LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. s. Self-negle-ct KENTUCKY. F' fes Guaranteed Cure. covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition". If you aroffllictcd with a Cough, Cold or anyn.unj, Throat or Chest trouble, and will hso this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we nut know thnt Dr. King's New Dis-cory could bo relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at Phil. Carpekteb's Drug Store. 2 , Largo size 50c. and $1.00. v Wo authorize our advertised druggist, to sell Dr. King's Now Dis- WHITES HAS LEO PCTSRED Si CREAM VERMIFUGE SOLD AIL WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS EVERYWHERE. RICHARDSON-TAYLOR EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED MED. CO. ST.LOUIJ MO. Bcllepoint. Annexation from the word go. The council met Tuesday night to investigate the annexation question. Petitions pro and con have pecn in circulation for several days, and it seemed that the excitement was increasing uhtil last night. From some unknown cause the petition was not brought before the anti-annexati- Plants, Bulbs. Seeds, Ufa! Designs, B, NO J THOMPSQ 261 WEST a council. JEFFERSON STREET, Mr. B. Bosworth has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Mary Todd, at Lake Park. Mr. Jeff. Lewis and wife spent Saturday and Sunday at his mother's on Benson street. Mr. William Smith's dwelling house and Btore, on Kentucky Avenue, was destroyed by fire Saturday night, with insurance about $1,303. The Floating Opera has been at the wharf for the past week. The Weekly prayor meeting was held at the home of Judge W. L. Pence. The next will be hold at R. L. Grinstead's. All are invited to attend. Mr. Joo Halo was appointed City Clerk at tho council meeting last -- week. TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT,. TELEPHONE 1050. BlNG 2, The extreme cold weather of the past few weeks has been the means of routing the grip from our community. Born January 21, 1892, to Mr. Dan Vanmetor and wife, a bouncing, boy. EH- ' ?H If ville.Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters has done more for mo than all other 'br that bat! medicines combined feeling .arising from ". idney and Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place, Bays: 'Find Electrio Bitters to be tho best Kidney and Liver ineTcine. Made me feol like a new man." I. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, uame town, says: Electric Bittera is just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't care whether he lives or dies; he foand. new strength, good appetite Sarah Jane. ana felt Just like no had a now lease on life. Oniy 50c. a bottle, at P. H. There's not a joy the earth can give, 2 Carpenter's Drug Store. like the sudden surcease of violent and terrible pain. It is like the rest at tho gates of Paradise, but how can Forks of Ellcliorn. it bo found? It is the simplest matter in tho world. Buy a bottle of SalRev. J. II. Burdin made a flying vation Oil and rub it in. visit to friends in Montgomery last week. -- ,1 Tho term hero given is one Mr. Thornton Lea, from Shelby supposed to have 2Jvhioh was during county, is visiting friends in this the late war. .been coined neighborhood. It is claimed, however, that it is Mr. Kirk Beoeham and Mr. Jim W an old word received, perhaps of 5 Swedish origin. Be this as it may, Gallihuo still remain quite feeble. O there is certainly no word inforci- 'Mt. Ploasant Church gave their p3 English language that more the paetor quite a nice sot of chairs. bly expresses the action of cer-'- jj tain pathogenio microbes which Master Prank Burdin is in Mt. may havo found their way into the Sterling with relatives. blood, after the administration of Mrs, Martha Burgo and Miss Jen- Swifo's Speciflo Finding this nie Wright, of Ilatton, wore visiting sanguineous medium too warm, so to at Mr. Louis Lea's last week speak, for their comfort, they sketho Iko Ohlnn. colored, lost a valuable daddle through tho pores ofNot skin, only leaving tho ByBtom intact. Friday night from look-jahorse does S. S. S. causo tho elimination of Miss Mamio Gallihuo has quite a tho said microbes and tho poison pronumber of scholars for hor seleot duced thereby, but it assists in rebuilding the waste place of the sysschool. aro regretting tho depar- tem resulting from tho devitalizing Tho boys ture of tho ieo and snow, as it breaks and disintegrating 0 Hoots of the s aforesaid. up their pleasure of skating and Treatise on blood andSkln Diseases Coasting. mailed free Swift Speoifio Co., Atlanta, Ga. Mt. Pleasant Church has changed micro-organism- Old Mr. Martin Curry, who has been very dangerously ill for some time is no better. His death is hourly expected. Messrs. James Gallahuo and Kirk Beauchamp, who have each been Bick for several months past, are slowly recovering. Tuesday, Mr Dock Howell was apMessrs. J. F. Goddard and W. T. B. pointed Assessor. South attended tho F. & L. U. meetMrs. Duvall, of Louisville, is visit ing in Lexington this week. ing her parents, Mr. William Steele Mr. T. J. Lucas made a business and wife, on Kentucky Avenue. trip to Louisville last week. Also BOLLINDY BRUSHBACK. Mr. Frank Heaton in the same interest. Happy Hooslers. Mrs. Sallie Mitz, of Woodford counPostmaster of Ida ty, is visiting relatives in this viciniWm. Timmons, ty Sales on our market for the week justelosed amount to 3,070 hhds , with receipts of 1,870 for the same period. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 10,497 hhds. Sales of tho oropof 18U0 on our market to date 12,576 hhds. Our market this week has been characterized by great firmness and activity, prices being fully as high for new burley as at any time since the crop commenced to come forward. The present range of prices offer every inducement for marketing the crop early, and no doubt the offerings will be immense as soon as the weather conditions are favorable. Quite a number of hogsheads were sold on our market this week at prices ranging from 18 to 25 per Rose Buds a Specialty, floral Designs. 3 00(ft 0 00 Colory trash Common lugs not colory 3 60(i) 4 00 10 00 6 50f Rev. Wm. Jayno and son, Willie, Colory lugs 5 OOOTi 8 00 of Eastern Kentucky, have been vis- Common leaf. 7 50 12 00 iting the family of Mr. M. B. Lucas Medium to good leaf. 22 00 12 00 Good to fine fillers this week. Mr. M. Hockensraith, of Louisville, Select or wrappery 33 00 22 00 leaf. has been in our midst recently, the G. M. Brock. guest of his sister, Mrs. M. T. A. Bromwell and Miss Mary RADAM'S KILLER. MICR03E Wallace, of Swallowfleld, were the CURES ALL DISEASES. guests of Mr. Jno. MoBride and week. Because till diseases are the rusul of fermentation titnl decay, caused by ing microbes in the human sybtein.andvtbaieter remedy will tMiitfy the blood l removing the cause of dlsnu-- and build ui the hi xltli and strength ot tho (latltnt, Iti the one tn use e The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco: Trash (dark) or damaged $2 00(S S3 50 tobacco 100. Best Znd.igro ZBluie Oalico, 4c ZOest'HDaxls: Ca,lios, 4&c. -- -- liv- 3c J, L. RODMAN & SON. -- Good. Flannel, 5c. S77id.e Siaitiaa-g- Tc. weie Good. rPlsiid. Oottoaa., 5c Colored. ZFoplin for Comiort, w"a,s lOc. Oa-rLtozi , -- 2c ' . Kre.itest boon ever gtviU to munlilnd, hence ttie spurious Imitations which follow In tho path of its wiiiflerful c ire or Co'namptlon, C tarrh, Debility, Indigestion. Rheumatism, How' 1. Blad-- d r, Sltln and al other illiaittis which are quick- th rlADAM'S MICROBE KILLER Is nature' remedy, and Is DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the I . jou iimimW"vrwu Itar jrair writun If ni mm JOU compound which done more for suffering IN LEXINGTON, KY.. humanity than all the prescription s of poisonous medicines, proprietary wrlio. anil who. drugs, nostrums Saturday, February, 13, 1892. .rtcr Imlrucilua, Ac. all put together, becausj It rem va th '. taaaaaaaaaaHaa mil worn cause of disease and Insures health. Thousands bow to ot voluntary certllhMtes of almost miraculous Saturday, March 5, 1892 Mm Tbrto Thi-ucurrs attest these f icts. anu demonstrate to the a Doll rurln tbtl. own world that Wm. Itad.un, th- - Great Pioneer In his HEMORRHOIDS (Plies) cured without suruu.i. locillllei, whin. Wonderful Discovery, has gone far ahead of an operation an d with little or no pain. Ttr (ho Uto. I other explorers In sUentlllc ilel is, and has demonwlU alto furulili REERRKNCK3 . tbo iliuailon or strated oeyond a doubt that no disease can emplotmtnt, at exist wltliout a disordered system, am his superb W. SlcKeo Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. wbltn you can remedy stands at the front because 1 Is J. A. Scott. Krankfoit, Kv eim Ibat amount. I chtrf liolhlnc Dr. K. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. " and Old, Tho nd rcl?t noth T. Stiten, Frankfort. Ky. J. 11 palatable remedy ing unltlt uc- which cures Microbe Killer V. Beruorleii. Frankfort, hy. tetanjl, a abovo. dlsenos by arresting decay and placing the sjs-tellev 1.. J Hulett Bens n. Ky. Nolhlnr difficult In a natural and healthy condition, to Warn, or that A. H. Mci lure, Frankfort, Ky. liiYistigatelh 111 nta of thlswonder'ulhen'th raqalraa much v J. i ujho. Frankfort, Ky. unto, i ociirt dui giving discovery, which has stood the test and David Moore, Ilenson, Ky. ont pcrion from e rod tnnus.in.ls ot all m inner ot ills aces; and fflatvJat M. Wlthrow. Frmkfott, Ky. a a i. germ or microbe btware of a 1 otiier count jr. Ihi'tai- I dostrojers. which nrooften thus advertUed to sty DR. KFI.LFY'S ofllcennd residence Is nt 2f9 rcaar laufnt anu provided with om- their ot orvl e worthless mixtures, and which Wst riuhth street, Cincinnati, and where ho mry mm-TJ7'plominl a largo arc but Imltatous ot thU Great Wonder Working he fou id ever day f each week except SATURnumber who art It inedy. DAYS, r'ninp' lets describing thco dlseasis niaing orr i urea I nouuim uollan a Year, each. All It new, Kor fu 1 partlcu'iirs and certificates of wonder- ami the- modo of treatment sent free to any 01 e anlld.tui. Kullp.rtlcul.rir.ee. After you know all. If you Sgncluda to go no further, why, no harm ll dona. Addrtu, or W. I. KKI.LEY, tt. D.. ful cares, address J. W. GaYI.K by iMrebslrtK C. AI.L.U.N. llux 4JO, Aiik-uatMulno. OAYLr. CO., nolo agents lor Franklin riJ tt 259 W. Fight St. Olnclntmtl, O. com t . Deo CONSULTATION FREE. Jan, N'rly. 1 1 ly and permanently ured hs by this never falling PHOEsns: e:ct:ei Original Reliable Ja. SI HTf VSviZ rr &Vj x : r hMn'l, wltdom nd InUIMunt ambition aftait ! toMjr. I romiit jou ror pclil, ptnonil llrntlon. 1 un- llrtiko to briefly tiaen inr uiti nttlltfroni trtnoa jftlltur , can rota ana lndui-irioui- lr. nd 'fK AS ? Ik Ml u. ( ? vmm WtkV,i. BKKBK! WfTtffT" -A wtypw 'WTpw Y rfrfngnmi c CRXJTCHEK & ST ARKS Our Great Slaught er Sale! This great slaughter sale embraces every article in our immense establishment. It seems to us tat every citizen in this community should be interested in this GREAT CUT SALE and come and scv what we are doing. as we are forced to have. money. WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEB.- 1st. We commence this morning another cut, - . " fa A ,4tei n K ift Fimusliing Goods. Men's Clothing. See 315 pairs Jeans Pants, best quality, Si. 50 and $1.75, cut to $1.25. See our to $4. See our $6 and $7 Suits, Sacks and Frocks, cut to $4. See 1,956 Suits, some of them cut 20 per cent. , some 30 per cent., into. and some one-half t Clothing, Clothing. Boys' and Children's. See the ,See the Sties! See Shoes . q-jc- Shoss! Kid See our regular 6oc. White Shirts cut to 39c. See our 50c. and 60c. Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, cut to 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. - See our Ladies' $1.10 Shoes. our Children's to gi. 10. 40c 6.50 Overcoats cut 1 Overcoats. Suits cut" to $3.50. cut to ' School '1 V') t I It 5 a l See the $6.50 Suits $4.50. 4 See our Ladies' Rubbers only 19c. Sec .our 45c. Pants. Boys' Knee See our Men's and Boys' Lace and Congress Shoes, $1. 10. See the GREATEST SHOE Stock in Frankfort g at a sacrifice. The greatest slaughter sale ever known in this city. See our $7 Cape All Wool Overcoat go at $4. CZr"XKrC?!X3EjEjEm. Main Street, FRANKFORT. WUy Don't You Stop Coughing before the entire cous membrane lining the air passage leading to the lungs becomes inflamed, as it surely will be from a cough neglected. There is but one rremedy that gives instant relief and cures quickly. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure cures every .kind of cough from a simple cold to incipient consumption. 25 and 50c bottles at Carpenter's South Side drug store. mu- Ss A .dlLJEIL! SP 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. FOR SALE. Vfllnahlo Town Lots. CHUOlUlD VALUABLE I'lhCE OF GIIOUND SUITADLE on the south for nice residences, sltuat.-side ot Wanning street In u good neighborhood. fronting 175 feet on Wapplng street and extend ing to the Kentucky river. Tlie property Is oflered nt private sale, either as a whole or In lots to suit purchasers. For terms apply to J. G. Dudley at Branch Bank of Kentucky, or to Wm. Cromwell. K bttntyi and our progress. Do not be discouraged because you do not got what you want immediately, for we have now reached a point where success is ours. DAltMnlnno .,nrl nnnnDi'ftnn o vn non-partisan liarrin. 1?.. ing to recognize that wo are and that we are only an organization for our own protection as a class of people. I want to say all persons have different ideas and views concerning any question, so do not believe what any person says as being facts, but investigate all questions and form an opinion of your own. Now about the Alliance, to find what its principals Meeting of the F. & L. 17. are read its demands and objects and be not deceived. is or Let every member The Franklin county F. & L. Union against free turnpikes thatseen for the bo at met on the 4th Saturday in January, County Union the 4th Saturday in 1892. Called to order by President God-dar- d February. Let every Union be repand transacted the following, resented. All Unions that have not paid their business. dues, send same to my address, Zil House tested arid found correct. pah, Shelby county, Ky., so they can Prayer by the Chaplain. time. appointed on ere-- , receive the password in due one The committee The above is my own and no is dontiala was. Frank Peller, J no responsible for the above article but and J.' B. Hockensmith. They myself. Dennis Jeffky Allison. reported the following named deleI n A Who has i National Reputation for the Treatment of Chronic and Nervous Diseases Treated over Ten 1 hous- and Patients in the Sinte of Indiana Last Year. Shortest and quickest between Unlv dliici lint Jan. 16-l- Scientific American Agency for Frankfort, Georgetown lisle. Paris, Fa!- - Car- - jjmJTEl gtimtiftt fa COPYRIGHTS, ato. For Information and f roo Handbook write to Oldest bureau for eoourinjr patents in America. Kvery patent taken out by us is brought beforo puLiio oj a notice given free of cborgo In tho Uaysrille, Cyflthiana, xnoutfa and Covington. nnuc mnKKOf DESIQN PATENTS 1 CAVEATS. m FOP. TICKETS Via Y uirLAKS TUBE. TIIUIS HIM BT GEHFHAL MAY I S11IUHD 17 J THIS TAIME TRAINS EAS, I 185)0. gates present: Church School-hous- e .1 ST.. But Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy costs less than one doctor's visit. Catarrh I Mississippi Valley Co. is a loathsome, dangerous disease, Newport and the time has come when to suffer from it is a disgrace. No per- Washington, Philadelphia, son of culture and refinement cares Now York, Baltimore, to inflict upon his friends his offensive breath, disgusting hawking and re Old Point and the Harlow. spitting and disagreeable efforts to Elkhorn South Trimble, L. J. Cox, breathe freelv and clear the throat AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. IX EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. lBtfl. Barry South and John Murphy. and nose hence the cultured and Motion to adjourn until 1 o'clock. refined use Dr. Sage's Catarrh Fust Limited Aecui. Carried. Hull Remedy. And no wise and prudent EAST ROUND Dally. Express Dally Dally at 1 o'clock. D.iuy. Ex Sun, KxSun man cares to run the risk of leaving Lexington 7S5am li(KIilil 11 40JII1 House tested and found correct. his family without a protector, by Winchester . Lve, 8 2 la m u i&iun 12801)11! 5 HOpin " UUP Motion to elect delegates to the letting his "slight run into i uuimi Congressional Union to be held at serious or fatal catarrh" and lung Mt. Sterling " aci.ua 7 12pm DAILY. 7 JfSpm throat " Lexington. Carried. wise and prudent Ashland. . " 1210am 1007pm 8 mini in the elec- troubles, hence tho Catarrh Remedy. Outtlettsburg " 1228pm 10 23pm M)um The balloting resulted use Dr. Sage's 1047pm Huntington tion of W. T. B. South, South Trim- The proprietors of this remedy are Washington " laoupm 2 10pm 80am (jinmu V. B. Bridcoford as dele Philadelphia" 1017U1U 550pm ble and so confident of its curative proper- New York Arr. 1 20pm 820pm gates. they have made a standing ties, Motion that all members in good offer that reward of $500 for a case of a DAILY WEST DOUND, standing be allowed a seat in said they cannot cure. Union. Carried. , m Huntington Lve. GOOum 85pm G45fm A resolution offered by Peffer as Cuttlettsuurg " G25im i imi 7 pm 271)111 037am 205pm follows: Excursion to Mardi Gras, Ashland isxtiun Resolved, By the Franklin county New Orleans and Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 27itm 508pm 1 10pm G25um F. & L, Union, that its business comMobile. Winchester . " 11 15iim i; 45pm l oopm 715am Lexington . Arr, 1203pm b20nm Z 40pm 805am mittee draft proper resolutions to be presented to the Legislature to take Tho Queen & Orescent route will Louisville Arr. 525pm 9 50pm 740pm1160am LIMITED VESTIBDLEDTIUIN8 run dully In free turnpikes steps froper State, to secure said resolu- sell tickets February 20, 27, 28 and 29, connection with Chesapeake It Ohlo'F. F. v.", and report to to New York. at one fare for tho round trip, tions at the next county meeting. Now Orleans and Mobile, account the fA&r jIail I'tiAiitti runs uuii inu n expected to be iif .12 i is Every ini- rntnlvAir rA make local stops between Lexington unil Huntington. vM present, a lively discussion is looked for. HUNTINGTON A MOREHEAD nccommoda- tlons run dally. Adjourned to meet tho 4th SaturW. L. Coppersmith makes a LEXINGTON & JlOlthilEAD A i,KXlNtfl'U.N day in February. specialty ot lino woru. Resettincr MT. STIRLING uccominodutlons run dully John Goddaiid, Pres. diamonds, etc. 234 St. Clair street. Jbffry Allison, Seo'y. THROUUH SLKKl'lWl iMHi to una ttotll All papers friendly will please ushlngtorj iiml New York without cIiiimko. copy. (f W. Dahney, L. W. L. Coppersmith, the jeweler, is 0.(Jen.Uhown,Agent. To the members of this county: Pusb. fJ. A.. Lexington. Ky. As your County Secretary, I desire tho loading repairer in tho city. 234 , W. 8. IIaiuiison. O, A.. Ashland. Ky. to givo you a few ideas concerning St. Clair street. Sea-ShoI 111 Robert Donald and W. H. Donavat. Switzor -- J. B. Hockensmith. Peak's Mill G. 0. Bromback, Henry Gwin and W. M. Lawrence. Choateville J. 0. Dennis, L. 0. Ohoato and J. P. Whitehouso. Leestown A. J Tandy. Fairviow W. N. Allison and Frank Warren. Antioch-Jes- se Moore and James Frank Poffer, "Fat Doctor Bills Make Lean Wills," mtntw I Largest circulation of any scion tinn nnnir In tho wor 11 splendidly illustrated. No u man should bo without It. woeuiy, intellisent S,'i.lMI year; M.50 six months. Address JIUNN & CO.. VUM,ISUKUS,3SX Broadway. New York. "V" LkIovu l" " I ? ?,'! 6 i iita. ' 4 M ., m. p. In. No. 7. Mixed. " "" Ar. Georgetown V& gg & Ar. Paris Lv- - ' Ceutrevllle, .. . , . 7 60 ,7,jg 4 U d J . 25 ; L. P. Walter. M. I). Ar. Purlt..vmK.C. " Covington JV Cincinnati..::! .' I i,nf jJJS?, TTb In jjj 27 10 gg I ; Tho Celebrated Sneclullst. nnd President of tho Ar.MaysvlHe., southern Medical mid Surreal Institute. Louisville, Ky,. who has created such u sensation L.V,,nilr,?vmK-l- ' 11 Winchester . . . . 12 lnuud u found Louisville by curlni; diseases that p bullied the medical fraternity of thut city, by ' : speclul request of inuny natrons In und uround Ar. Richmond. . our town, will visit Vrunkfort ut tho 1A.M. IA. eirtt Kl .!, .. l777" 5 48 g 5 48 0 7 ;;; ; ; ; ; ; , w Capital Hotel, January 29, 1892, 1 . maims WEST. M.A. M.U'.M 'If." '4No.L No 8, No Sun. Puss Pass Mix Mix! Only train. I train, train, " M.I)'. train 1 ..." Y sub-unio- -- nr.i. - 45-l- y. 45-l- y. Richmond via Until 3 o'clock p. m. G 10 1 05 One day only. Treuts'ull Cur.iblo Medlcul and ,nChe8ter 15 1 68 . . . Surglcfil Diseases, Cross Eyes straightened with- larla US 2 33 out Pain, Cancers cured without knife or Costlc, " Acute nnd Chroulo Caturrh. Diseases of tho Eye, Lv.Maysvlllo via zmi, riu.MJ, jiMiiNib uiiu jjuiikh, UJHpepslU, UngUl 8 uisease,Diaueu8,Kiuneys,Liver,uiaddor, Chronic Female and Sexual Diseases. 7 40 i 10 . . . . ; : fT' EPILEPSY OR FITS CORED. Lv. Cincinnati via A POSITIVE GUARANTEE. Young nnd middle ugod men suffering from d Spermuto-rheaunImpotoncy, as the result of ; In youth or excess In mature years and other causes, producing some of the following Lv. Paris . . . . 9 00 8 80 0 20 . . 4"80 edects. us emissions, blotches, debility, nervous;, Centrevllle . 0 20 8 60 6 39 6 00 ness, dizziness, confusion of Idous, aversion to 80 9 02 0 49 . 619 BocU'ty, defective memory and sexual oxhuustlon, Ar.Georgetown . 9 46 10 02 7 04 . . . 6 40 which unlit the victim for business or marriage, Lv. Cincinnati vlu are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. 7 00 7 00 4 00 DLOOD AND SKIN DISEASEa and complications, as sore throat, Ar.Heorgetown . 1002 1002 7 04 . . . . , . fulling of hair, pain In tho bones, eruptions, etc., Lv. Georgetown . 10 02 111) 02 7 00 fl 45 . . .' are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or Stamp. Gro'd 10 21 10 24 7 HI 7 24 . Gonorrhoea, other Injurious drugs. 10 H8 110 38 7 47 Sffltzer aieot. 7 50 Stricture aud all Urlnury and Kidney Troubles " Elkhorn. 10 40 10 40 7 55 8 10 nre speedily cured by treatment thut hua never Ar. Frankfprt . . 11 00 '11 on 8 10 h 40 . . failed. He undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to dlo. Remember the ?V V ?,' 7' 8varn(1 ia (,lli1'r excoP Sunday. Noa date and como early, as his rooms are always an dally . Nos. 5 nnd 0 Sundays only. crowded wherever he stops CONSULTATION FREE. Superintendent Is M' Correspondence solicited nnd confidential. VERNON CLARK, General Paisenger Agent, Address THE SOUTHERN MED. & SURO. INST., CLAUDE ROWL8, CltylTIcket Agent. 610 6th St., Louisville, Ky. Oct. GENERAL OFFICES.; IHUNKKORT, KY. Lv. ' self-abus- e !$: :::l :::::: afe;; :;:; II ;:::: ! Q.cO.... ... .. I ... 1 17-l- y. V i .iJir-iiilli- i Jji Mtk&A.fiLiitelxMidU.LAk.l '"rtj 'Aidfcij J(. ij .'.Xoj.''...k'.!b u! '. . tw,, nnTrniMiMi lmr Kti .j,mi rTf m r jfci jr...i m 'fflEfflLiK ftJCi!!i; ..si 4Ak.'j o . .