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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892020601 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. PosJOEE fprpwwspp y The Volume XV. Frankfort Bommboitt. A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance . GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. FRANKFORT, KY FEBRUARY 6, 189V. Number 22 Should Remember C. F. BROWER & CO, Housekeepers " The great success of the Royal Baking Powder is due to the extreme care exercised by its manufacturers to make it entirely pure, uniform in quality, and of the highest leavening power. All the scientific knowledge, years' care, and skill attained by twenty-fiv- e practical experience are contributed toward this end, and no preparation can be made with a greater accuracy, precision, and exactness. 4 Every article used is absolutely pure. Chemists are employed to test the strength of each ingredient, so that its exact effect in xfc. Mv $ pi is deficombination with its nitely known. Nothing is trusted to chance, and no person is employed in the preparation of the materials used, or the manufacture of the powder, who is not an expert in his particular branch of the business. As a consequence, the Royal Baking Powder is of the highest grade of excellence, always pure, wholesome, and uniform in quality. Each box is exactly like every other, and will retain its power, and produce the same and the highest leavening effect in any climate, at any time. nts S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington Ky. Upholstered Furniture, Parlor Sio.its, IDi-varxs-Ooiaclxe- s, 2E3as3r And Oliairs, ZSocfeexs, FINE LEATHER WORK A SPECIALTY! The Government Chemists, after having analyzed all the principal brands in the market, in their reports placed the Royal Baking Powder at the head of the list for strength, purity, and wholesomeness and thousands of tests all over the country have further demonstrated the fact that its qualities are, in every respect, unrivaled. ; EEED AND RATTAN FURNITURE Settees, Corner Cliairs, Oorrrersatiori 01i.a.irs, Tafoles, cScc.,. in aJLl IF'inisnes. The "WHITE AND GOLD" Finish is the Latest, and is ' very Attractive. "Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows Made' to Order. Lowest Prices. Give us a call. C. F. B ROWER & CO. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. . lata Chemist IT, S. Departmont of Agriculture, Waahlngton, D. 6. Have you not found it difficult to buy a pair of SCISSORS that would liold an edge, and soon become dull and almost cause you to lose your spiritual grace? Scissors to or In case of rejection Communicated. by either the buyer or seller, tho party rejecting shall only bo reso, Go M. P. quired to pay the fee for tho hogs- Editor Roundabout: Following is a synopsis of the to- heads, bales or boxes reiectedbv him. I have just received a communicasatisfacbacco bill now before the Legisla- Tho act is, to take eflect upon its tion from one "John Smith," asking ture: The bill declares that all per- passage. my opinion about several things, sons receiving leaf tobacco for which I will answer in a very few storage or sale at publio auction as worus. Elected Lecturer. public warehousemen shall carefully Tho position I took in my last weigh all packages consigned to them about the Athletic Olub was, that it q-k."2"- , and mark the weight of package and Tho Kentucky Parmer says: The had an evil tendency. I did not after the tobacco is sold and properly Hon. Barry South was elected assume that the thing in itself was it shallbe'weighed again Lecturer of the Seventh Congression- wrong, but that it tended towards - by the same person who weighed it al District. Union, at Lexington, last evil We aro told to shun every apfirst, and the proprietor Bhall pay Tuesday, and in a few dayswill eo in pearance of evil, according to the highest weight, in prepared for permanent work. His advise John Smith and tho boys cluding the sample, after deducting election means an active and progress- to read tho history of Abraham and ive future for tho order, and by the Lot. As soon as Lot was separated the tare weight of the cask. The making of a false weight is time Baary South gets ovor tho dis from Abraham he "sot his tent made a misdemeanor punishable by a trict there will be no inquiring if tho towards Sodom," aud ho got there. lino of not less than 25 nor mora order is still alive. But the grand Read tho result and ponder ovor it. than $100, and liability to the party ohorus will sound: If John Smith will write under his aggrieved in a sum between $10 and own name then I will consider aud "As wo go marching along." 100. The selling commission of answer each question, as far as I can, commission warehousemen and honestly. There aro a creat many merchants is fixed at 2 per hogshead, Thrashed a Man Twice His John Smithy but 1 know none in Size. to be paid by the owner or his agent jrrnuKiorb and but one in tno county, in case ol rejection ana no saio. jno and I do not propose to fight in tho greater condensation may bo charged The other day a small, harmless dark. When I strike I want somethan $1 per hogshead, and no addi- looking man entered a New York thing to strike at. Put your comtional charge shall be1 made for street car, and 'accidentally trod on munication in tho paper over your weighing, nor any devico resorted to thetoosofabigsix-footer.Hoapologl- z own name, then I am your man. by which the price for selling may bo ed, but the wasn't satisfied. Yours truly, increased. It is made unlawful for Ho talked for some time, and finally John E. Miles: af any warehouseman to directly or in invited the little man to leave tho directly charge the seller or owner oar and settle tho matter on the sideanything by way of commission or walk. Greatly to his astonishment, Height of Cruelty. They will fill this space with an entirely new advcrtiscttcatiB 4 otherwise for paying him tho money tho latter accepted. Those who wittime. for which his tobacco is sold. It is nessed tho contest say that it didn't Nervous women soldora receive tho short also made unlawful for any ware- last long, but that tho big follow had oympathy they deserve. While often housemen to pledge or hypothecate to bo oarried homo in an ambulanco, the pictures of health, they are conT M. BEATTY, G. any tobacco shipped to him or stored while hisdiminutivo antagonist walk stantly ailing. To withhold sympaI Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agi. or to. Issue any warehouse, od away with a cheerful smile. And thy from .theso unfortunates Is tho with him receipts for such tobacco without so it is with Dr. Piorco's Pleasant hoigtht of cruelty. They have a weak BEATTYVILLE, LKK, CO. consont of tho owner, and if ho does Pellets. They're not half as big as heart, causing shortness of broath. THE- PRACTICES IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLTE. or receipt shall bo void, most of their rivals, but thoy do their fluttering, pain in side, weak and such pledge 1 Eatlll, Jackson, Powell, Clay ami other provided that tho bill does not apply work quietly and throughly. For hungry spells, and finally swelling of counties. Sept. to pledging or hypothecating by tho sick headache, biliousness, constipa- ankles, oppression, ohoklng, smotherwarehousemen to tho extent of any tion, dyspepsia, oto thore is nothing ing and dropsy. Dr. Miles' New sum advanced by him to tho owner. like them. Thoy aro the only Livor Heart Ouro is Just tho thing for thoni. OlaimB for reclamation shall bo Pills absolutely sold on triall Your For their nervousness, W. headaoho, made within ninety days after salo money back, it they don't give satis- weakness, olo.. his Restorative Nerunless tho tobacco is exported to faction! vine is unoquuled. Fine treatise on .&.(?TOtSag, ASS! &AW. foreign countries, in which case they ''Heart and Nervous Diseases" and 334 MAIN STREET, must bo mado within six months Engraving of all kinds promptly marvelous testimonials freo. Sold Will practice in all State Courts. Ofafter sale. attended to at V. L. Oopporsmiui's, and guaranteed by J. W. Qayle. fice FRANKFORT, KY. Jan.SO-lr- . second floor, Custom IIouso. 0 A penalty ia provided for nesting 284 St. Olairstroofc. side-prising. Tliat Tobacco Bill. If GRAY and he will.sell you a pair WARRANTED to give . tion in quality and price or money refunded. im:. if. Hardware Merchant JACOB S WIG JERT & CO., ! Have Rfcmoved From the Baizell Building six-foot- H101 MD 102 KM STREETS -- Basement the Capital Hntl. E. MATTERS, J rmiiTiHtr, I. J. CHINN, JR, 45-l- y. f i V ?fc.J2 td ttWiaulix Personals. JAY-EYE-S- EE Tho now furniture factory is now Miss Magoflln, of Lexington, was in Louisville. tho oity last week. Mr. Leo S. Church, late of tho firm in good shapo and is running full MIL J. I. Oasis, flliokorv Ornrn Pnrm. hnirm of Hucluc, Wis., Bays: "After trying Mr. Geo. Rogors, of Now York, was of Gray & Church, has gone to Pecos, time, giving employment to ten or a 'cry known remedy, I removed a largo Bunch Z. dozen hands. Mr. Jos. T. Staten, years standing, from a 8 j ear old Ally, Texas, where ho will make his future in tho city Thursday. oi wltL ihrco applications of President of the Company, and Mr. 2 Mr. J. B. Elder, of .Louisville, was home. James McEwan, have MisBea Lena Stephens, Ruth Sarin the city Thursday. I office and warerooms, charge of gent, Clara and Loona Gaines, left while Mr.tho MIbs Henrietta Blackburn, of Spring Chamberlain, of Indiana, It Is tho best preparation I have overused or heard SI Thursday for Louisrillo to visit a gentleman of experience in tho oi. i ncnruiy recommend it to all Horsemen." Station, is in tho city. ,e hundreds of such testimonials, 3viofc Col. John Feland, of Owensboro, friends and relatives. manufacture of furniture, is tho SuMr. W. B. Moody, editor of tho perintendent of the factory. flijiitEmn Mr. c. Ask your druggist for It, If bo 'was in tho city Tuesday. 23a stamps or silver, for trial box. HU Henry County Local, has been in tho Hoover, lately from Ohio, has charge TRADE UAHIC A Hon. W. H. Makoy, of Covington, city i CO., Whitehall, N. Y. atseveral days this week in of the machinery and Mr. Wm. Brock-mawas in the city Thursday. tendance upon tho Circuit Court. also from Ohio, is tho finisher. Miss Mary Mason Scott is tho guest Mr. John Williamson and wife, of All of these gentlemen thoroughly of relatives in Lexington. Lexington, and Mrs. Williamson, of understand tneir business ana aro Col. Peter Manion, of Henderson, Canada, were in tho city Thursday, the turning out good work. was in the city "Wednesday. guests of Mr. David Nicol and wife. Tho present capacity of tho factory Miss Burnett, of Shelbyville, is Mrs. D. M. Woodson and daughter, is fifty bedsteads per week, but will -visiting MisB Rebecca Johnson. Miss Ellen T., came over from Nicho-lasvil- be increased to meet tho demands of Tuesday to join Mr. Woodson trade. Nothing but hardwood furniMr. T. G. Stuart, of Winchester, here and they have gone to house- ture is beingj manufactured oak, was in the city on Saturday last. ash and maple, made in Queen Ann Mrs. Belle Walker is visiting Mrs. E. keeping. Oapt. W. G. McCoy, tho coal mer- and sixteenth century stylo which P. Bryan in Louisville this week. -AND DEALER IN- will be put upon tho market at the Miss Mary Watts Brown is visiting chant, of Cincinnati, was here on lowest figures. Thursday making arrangements to the Misses Starling, in Henderson. ship a largo supply of black diamonds The company sold their first bill Mr. Richard Henry left Tuesday of goods on Monday to a Lexington to our local dealers. morning for his home in Louisville. party, who had been to Louisville PIPE AND FITTLNQS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Miss Lucilo Caldwell, who has been JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Hon. Jas. W. Bryan, of Covington, visiting Mrs. Caswell Bennett, left and Cinoinnati, and having greater GUARANTEED. was in the city on Saturday last. Wednesday for a short viBit to friends inducements offered by our fac- Opposite Stato House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. tory, bought here. Mrs. Wm. Beckner, of Winchester, in Versailles, after which she will was in the city on Thursday last. to her home in Danville. Thorough( Practical Instruction. OraJuatei asSltiloli's Consumption sisted to positions. Catalogue free. Write to Mr. J. P. Giltner, of Bourbon Cure. Another Term. county, was in the city yesterday. 8&7AMT & 8T&ATT0H BUSINESS C0UMP This is beyond question the most) Miss Kate Green will entertain the successiui uougn Medicine we nave LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. Mary Brown Day, of ever sold, a few doses invariably Euchre Club next Tuesday evening. this city, was unanimously nominat- cure the worst cases of Cough, W. W. PORTER- Mr. Ohas. E. Hoge left Tuesday for ed by the Democratic Caucus, Tues- Croup and Bronchitis, whilo its won for publishing a communication from W.A. HOWARD. derful success in tho cure of Con- a member of the Paris Christian Louisville on a short business trip. day evening, to succeed herself as sumption is without a parallel in the Church, in which the correspondent State Librarian. Hon. Phil. Thompson, sr., of history of medicine. Since its first says Moore was at ono time an in was in tho city Wednesday. discovery it has been Bold on a Card Party. guarantee, a test which no other mate of the Lunatio Asylum, fixing DEALERS IN Mr. Tom DeLime, of Louisville, medicine can stand. If you have a his damages at $50,000. was in tho city the first of the week. Miss Bettie Keenon gave a delight- cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Judge. B. G. Williams and Mr. H. ful euchre party at her father's resi- Price 10c, 50c. and $1. If your lungs SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. Floor and seeds. chest lame, T. Gaines were in Paris Wednesday. dence, on Washington street, Monday are sore, Porous or back Sold by use A marvelous cure for Catarrh, Shiloh's Plaster. J. Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Miss Una Marshall has returned evening. The prizes were very W. UAYLE. 37 Headache. With each bottle there iB an ingenious nasal Injector for the from a visit to her sister in George- handsome and were won by Miss RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE' more successful treatment of 'these WE WOULDof Frankfort ai.d vicinity that we Louisa Pepper and Mr. Ed. Gaines. zens town. Change of Date. book-keeper, time will go to housekeeping for their father, Hon. 0. Y. Wilson, in Tlie Furniture Factory. PNN'S OINTMENT: I & jiAIS J i n, DWARD CLAASSEN le PEACTICAI Plumber, GasSteam Fitter I Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosefs, 4 ro-tur- n For Har-rodBbur- g, HOWARDS PORTER, Feel Miss Evelyn Brown has returned from a visit to her brother at Lake-woo- d. Leap Year Mop. Tho young ladies of this city gave a most delightful Leap Year hop at Miss Nellie Matthews, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Annie the Capital Hotel Thursday night. Headley. Miss Florence Stanton, chairman of Mrs. Asa Walker left Tuesday for the floor committee, did everything a short visit to Mrs. E. P. Bryan, in in her power to make tho gentlemen have a good time, and she succeeded. Louisville. Rev. George Darsie leaves Monday The music was furnished by the ,' for a short visit in Wheeling and Pittsburg. Miss Sadie Tanner left Monday afternoon for a visit to friends in Lexington. Mr. Earl Rogers has been very ill at the residence of his parents on Campbell street. Mr. Robert Hutchison, editor of the Corinth Independent, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Theodora Phillips, of Lexing ton, is visiting Miss Sallie Theobald, on the South Side. Mr. Clarence Witherspoon and wife, of Mexico, Missouri, were in the city yesterday. Mrs. Swigert Taylor and Miss Maggie Taylor will entertain their lady friends next week. Misses Percy and Ellis Headley, of Louisville, wore in the city Tuesday visiting their parents. Mr. Hardin Oulter has secured a situation in Lexington and left Saturday for that city. Mr. Frank Davis, of Louisville, who has been visiting friends in this city, has returned home. Miss Mary 0. Cromwell, of Fayette county, is visiting Mrs. George A. Lewis at 421 Second street. Miss Laura KearnB, of Covington, who has been visiting Miss Maggie Dudley, has returned home. Mr. W. K. Utterback, of Frankfort, spent Sunday with the family of F. M. Utterback. -- Shelby News. The Tuesday Eve Euchre Club will meet at the home of Mr. John Bris-la- n on Tuesday evening next. Col. R. P. Popper, wife and daughter, MIbs Maria, were in Louisville several days the first of the week. Miss Rosa Gorin, who has been visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. Q. A. Stewart has returned to her home in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Berry, Mrs. Alice Orbison and Miss Nellie Orbi-so- n leave next week for a trip to Cuba. Anna Johnson, of Mt. Ster ling, who has been visiting the Misses Holt, returned home Huuday after noon. Misses Emma and Minnie Wilson left Tuesday for a visit to their old homo in Harb county, but in a short MisB Frankfort orchestra. complaints without extra charge. Price 60c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 The date of the complimentary benefit to be given Miss Saw-mi- ll Sold. Daisey Coxhas been changed from the 10th to the evening of Friday, the 12th Mr. W. H. Posey, Master Commisinst., at which time the Opera House sioner, sold on Monday at public sale should be filled to overflowing. The the saw-mi- ll property of Messrs. P. S. following ladies and gentlemen will Rule & Co., on Second street, to Mr. Quissenbury, of Danville, for take part in the entertainment: Mrs. Mrs. P. H. New-me- $5,225. The lot alone is well worth Belle Grant Walker, Mrs. Tom. Newman, Misses the money, and the sale will hardly Laura Pepper, Alma Scofiold, Lucy be confirmed. n, will, on the first of February, open a Hour, feed and seed store at 131 St. Clair btreet. where we will keep constantly on hand a full stock of goods. In our line. A share of your patronage Is solicited. Jan. HOWARD & PORTER, 30-2- t. l! Rob't. B. Franklin i y. Frankfort, Ky. From Press to Plantation. Mr. D. 0. Knight, for tho past four or five years foreman in the pressroom at the Capital office, gave up his place there on Saturday and has returned to hiB old home in Louisiana, where he will turn his attention to raising cotton and sugar cane. Mr. George Gordon, who learned the business under Mr. Knight at the Capital, succeeds him as foreman Hughes, Daisy Hughes, Mary Todd, Nellie Cox, Georgie Payne; Major H. T. Stanton, Messrs. WilL McOlure, Frank Hutchison, Tom Brislan, J. T. Hanley, Jake Cox, J. M. VanDerveor, Frank D. Bull, E. W. Zoeller, Forster Baird, W. H. VanWinkle, John B. Williams, Walter Franklin, Master George Thomson and the Johnson Guards. The price for general admission will be fifty cents; seats reserved at Ola, What a Cough. Barrett's, without extra charge. Will you heed the warning; the signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you can afford, for the sake of saving 60c, to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not bo without it. For lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W Gayle. 37 A New Tank Stand. A,pipe line has been laid from the Gas Works to the Kentucky Midland yards and a switch has been put in, up the grade some distance above the Colored Oity School building, where the oil tanks sent here to the Capital Gas and Electric Light Company are now unloaded. The cars d there, the pipe conaro nected with the tank and the elevation is sufficient to send tho oil into tho receptacle at the Gas Works without the services of a hand being required to watch the tank and assist the flow of oil, which can be shut off at the works. Heretofore these tanks have been emptied on tho L. & N. track, on Broadway, w'here there was constant danger to life and property from an explosion of gas which generates in the tank, and a man had to watch it frequently being all the time, compelled to ubo a pump to force the oil into the pipe. side-tracke- Don't If a dealer offers you a bottle of Salvation Oil without wrapper or labels, or in a mutilated condition, SUCCESSOR OP THIi UNABRIDGED. und Rent t lrotn Cover to Cover. don't touch itrdonH buy it at any price, I NVESTNI ENT A GRAN DFamily mid School. there is something wrong it may be fur uvery a dangerous or worthless counterfeit. mailed free. Tlioworlc of revision occupied over Insist upon getting a perfect, unt en ) eat , liioro than u hundred eidltorn Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. broken, genuine package. beliitT employed, and over 8300,000 cxpaudedbeforo first copy was printed. SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS. W. L. Coppersmith challenges comStole the Shoes. Pamphlet sent freo by the publishers. parison in workmanship on any CAUTION is noeded In purchasing a dicrepairs in hiB line. 234 St. Clair tionary, us photographlo reprints of an obsoA negro boy, known as Little Jim, street. lete and comparativelyworthless edition of wont into the store of Mr. R. K. Webster nro being marketed under various names and often by misrepresentation. on Monday while Mr. GET THE BEST, The International, which boars imprint of and all his clerks were busy FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. St O. MEItltlABI & CO.. 1'ubUshors, G. waiting upon customers, stole a pair Springfield, .Blass., U. S. A. a half shoes and of three dollar and Feb. Wit. hid them under his coat. A customer happened to see him when he took UNION GO,,. FOR THE LUNGS. RAILWAY KENTUCKY the shoes and informed Mr. McOlure, family remedy for Has been who caught the little thief before he COUGHS, a COLDS, CONSUMPTION, TIME CARD. HOARSENESS, SORE THROAT, could get out of the store and turned PNEUMONIA, CATARRH, INFLUENZA, ACUTE him over to a policeman. BRONCHITIS. CHRONIC AND ASTHMA, EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST, I890- About a year ago Jim went into WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN GOING EAST. IN THE SIDE ND SPITTING OF BLOOD, and ull diseases of tho the same store, stole a pair of 8:00 p nv Leave Lexington 4.H0 p m Leave Winchester shoes which would not fit hira and in Chest and Lungs 4:51 p m. Clay City Leave Throat, a few days brought them back and 026pm Arrive Lumber Point 630 p m Arrive Three Forks asked that they bo exchanged for a -- CONSUMPTION, Leave Three Forks 11:30 a m larger pair. He was let off' that timo 1:25 p ro Arrive Elkatawa no opium, DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM but was not bo fortunate on Monday. morphine, norany deleterious containsIt soothes (50ING WEST. drug. 45-ly. ple seek, and which but fow are indifferent to no, matter in what form it presents itself. The word "pecuniary," which is often used in speaking of a man's riches, come from the Latin word Pecua, which means cattle, and shows that formerly a man's wealth was reconed by the cattle he possessed. Abraham is said to have been 'very rich in cattle, in silver, and in gold." But'no matter in what a man's riches may consist, it is all vanity and vexation of spirit, unless in connection therewith he has health," and wo have no doubt if he had known the virtues of S. S. S. that he would have recommended its use to all persons suffering from tho diseases for which it is recommended. Treatise on blood and Skin diseases W li A LT H which Sost peo- BSTER WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY Mo-Clu- re re Mc-Clu- Hall's Balsam never-failin- g Successful Driver. J. H. Goldsmith who had such success in the Grand Circuit astyear with Pimlico and others, Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. writes, 'I have given Quinn's Oint PRICE 25C, 50C.,SI.OO. mont a thorough trial and I can truthfully say it is the best prepara- DR. WM. HALL GO.. NEW YORK. Oct. tion for removing a Splint or Curb that I have over used." 21-C- and heals the Membrane of the Lungs, lnllamed and poisoned by disease, and prevents night sweats and tightness across the chest. It Is pleasant to the taste. Be sure and ask for DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take no other. For sale by Leave Elkatawa Arrive Three Forks Leave Three Forks Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Clay City Arrive Winchester. 8:35 a nv 10.30 6KX) 6.-0- 7.37 0 30 Arrive Lexington a m a nv am a m a nv a m Damage Suits. Mr. OharleB Kennoy has sued Mr. C. 0. Mooro, editor of tho Blue Grass Two Houses and Lots Connections made at Lumber Point with, steamer for Deatt)vllle. Elkatawa Is nearest! station to Jackson. Ky. Trains between Three Forks and Lexington run dally, between Three-Fork- s and Elkatawu dally. Sundays excepted. J. L. MURPHY. UeneralPassenger Agent For Sale. TWO-STOR- Clover Seed. Wo have on hand about 400 bushels of strictly prime olover seed, which wo will guarantee to sell at Louisville quotations. Buy at home and save freight. 21-t- Mastin Bros. f. Blado, in tho Scott Circuit Court, for 10,000 damages, on account of lanFRAME RESIDENCE OF guage used in a letter written by rNB rannm. Inrairnri on thfi corner of Third REAL ESTATE AGENT. Alfht f iur to tho plaintiff, andMr. Moore and Main streets, and one frame cottage ofoffer- XTTILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 0 Moore jrranuin sua tne adjoining counties, androoms thinking of bringing suit ed for on Main street, South Frankfort, uro is himself will alio Klre ipAclal attention uo the purchase For terms upnly to sale. MoEWAN, and ialo of real estate, collection of WM. claims.. against Messrs. Oraddock A; Remingand the aeotlatlon of loans. Corner Third und Main Streets. lnn'Oh-l- ? Kentuckian-Oitizon- , Jan. ton, of tho Paris ri-n- WM. CROMWELL. ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W 80-t- wwgjpww 1W TiJ-afwTsnijT- rw , T.'f ' ,' h. 3 ffej Old Crow iu Operation. Tho Old Grow Dlstillory of Messrs. A. Gainos & Co., on Glon's Crook, commenced oporatlon for tho season of D2 on Monday. "W. V ft last 10 years would form and imposing collection. Equally curious and -- Tho literature on dross during tho imposing also would be tho collection of all tho empty bottles of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, used in the last ton years. Tlie Governor's Reception. Tho troupe loft on tho 10:2Q L. & N. JAPANESE TsrwTX train for Paris, and after they had gone Manager Gainos discovered that tho Httlo scoundrel had out several othor Betd of valuablo scenery to pieces, and loft that afternoon for Paris to mako tho manager of the minstrels mako good tho damage. Ho returned Thursday morning, Gnranted Cure for Plies or whatever kind bringing the littlo villian with him, orAdegree Externtil, Internal, Wind or Weeding Itching, Chronic, Recent or 1'nredtturv. This but ho was turned loose on tho ground Remedy hus positively never beenkiumntofull. for that ho had been fined onco for tho il.OOnbox, boxes,price, $3.(10; sent by tnnll preA written oflbnse. Ho ruined about throe hun-dro- d paid on receiptor to each purchnsor of Guarantee positively given alx boxes, when purchased at one time, to refunn the $5.00 dollars worth of "flats" and ir not curod. Guarantee Issued by J. W. ir G THE ROUNDABOUT kU CORE K. - -- and dictionaries with it, so that a oheap reprint of the 44 years old "original" Webster is worth about as much as an old almanac Webster's International Dictionary, the recent successor of the latest and still copyrighted "Unabridged," is the best work of its kind over published, and, Avell used in a family, will be of more value to tho members thereof than many times its cost laid up in money- -- gists nnd Sole Agents. Frankfort, Call for ' to Gov. John Young Brown and wife sample. Jan. received tho members oi' the Legisla Arnica Salve. turo and thoir families at tho ExecuThe best salve in the world foi Eticlire Club. tive Mansion, from 8 until 11 o'clock, Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt last night. The attendance was largo Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Miss Pearl Johnson entortainod the ;and tho refreshments elegant. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, Leap Yoar Euchre Olub at her and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- father's residonco on the South Side On His Feet Again. tively cures Piles, or no pay re Thursday evening in elegant stylo. Mr. J. M. quired. It is guaranteed to give The prizes were won by Miss Emma Tho many friends of "Wakefield will bo glad to learn that perfect satisfaction, qr money re Kagin and Mr. Ben Nickols. lie has about effected a compromise funded. Price 25 cents per box. with his creditors and it will only be For sale by South Side drug store, A Model Boy. a short time until he will have his P. H. Carpenter. saw-mi- ll in operation. He is making We know a boy in Lexington who arrangements for a largo lot of logs Presented to tlie Legisla- works an average of thirteen hours a in tho mountains now. day, for which he gets six dollars a ture. week. Out of that he supports himDidn't Know Jo. Madame Deqca, the celebrated sin- self, keeps himself supplied with the professional books, and still best ger, who gave a concert at the O era leavesof h of his incomo for young man, who is House on Thursday A good looking evening, visited charity and church. This boy rises preservative" in the learning the "art State House Thursday morning quietly, without disturbing any ono this office, the other day ran across and was introduced to the Senate by in the family, at or beforo breakfast, mages cno tire 111 nis motner's room, tho word "jobbery," which happened few goes down his store, opons up to bo spelled with only one b, in the Lieutenant Governor Alford in a as- returns to tohis breakfast. Ho ana d remarks, when she has copy ho was "setting up," and after cended to the speaker's desk and never used profane or obsene lan- puzzling over tho word for a time sang "My Old Kentucky Home," uage, does not touch a drop of ar-espirits and uses no tobacco. His .yelled to tho foreman, who tho blazes "The Star Spangled Banner," "The spare time is SDent at home, or in the is Jo. Berry? Last Rose of Summer," and "Down company of his professional superiors. He is helpful to poor, generupon Old Original Remedy as it tho S'waneo inRiver." As soon ous to his mother andthe libwas known tho Houso that eral iu his expendituressisters andeduLeads. upon his she was going to sing the members of cation, but he has nob one cent for Sick people should not be deceived that body crowded into the Senate strong drink, or for immoral amuse," "by pretenders who talk about ohambor and lobbies, and when the ments or debauchery. He is as de"germB," "baocilli," &c, to singing was over Madamo Decca held voted to his employer's interests as if tney were his own. lie Honors his sell their preparations, thus preventfather and mother. Transcript. ing people from buying the original' quite a levee. . tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe filler" is what you need. It is now, Miss Moore To Wed. Woman's Love. and for years has been, making inoro euros than all other remedies Niss Elenora Moore, formerly of combined. Read their advertisement Robert G. Ingersoll pays tho fol- this city, and Dr. Harry M. Good- lowing in this paper. Don't be deceived. tribute to woman's's love eleman, of Louisville, will have an The one thing in this world that is Masked Ball.' gant church wedding in that city on constant, the One peak that rises Wednesday, the 17th inst. Miss Jane above all clouds, the ono window in The German Benevolent Society of Swigert Moore, sister of the bride, which light forever burnB, the one this city will give a grand masque- will be maid of honor, and there will star that darkness cannot quenoh is greatIt arises rade ball at the Kenyon Hotel on be six bridesmaids. Misses Mattio woman's love. sinks to to the lowest est heights, it tho Monday evening, February 29. depths, it forgives tho most cruel inOastloman, Barrie Milton, Julia have been issued to the ladies Bessie Newman, of Louisville; juries. It is perrennial of life, and it grows in every clime; neither coldand getlemen desiring tickets can Mattie Freeman, of Woodford, and ness nor neglect, harshness nor them from Messrs. Job. G. Minnie VanDerveer, of this city. cruelty can extinguish it. A woman's .Schweers, Henry Ahler or other The best man will be Dr. J. M. Ray, love is tho perfume of the heart. .members of the committee. real lovo that subdues and theje will bo six groomsmen, This is thethe love that has wroughtthe the earth; all Messrs. W. R. Griffith, of this city; miracles in art, that gives us music The "World Grows. John H. Thomas, Will Wilson, J. all the way from the cradle song to the grand symphony that bears tho Noah Webster would not know.his Stewart Bell, Harris Johnston and soul away on wings of fire. A love that is greater than power, sweeter old dictionary in the perfection it has Charles Wintersmith, of Louisville. than life and stronger than death. attained in tho hands of modern aoholars. Tho world grows, however, Circuit Court. m "wings." AYLE. iindLECOMPTE GAYLK CO.. DrugKy. 16-l- THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. Everybody takes it. EVERYBODY READS IT. liucklen's 5-- iy Subscription Only $1 Per Year. J one-tent- well-time- -- nt Our Job Department Is one of ths belt in tlie State and tfe are prepared to tura out, on short notioe, The "Mi-Kjrobi- tA rt O tA y & -- Invi-tatio- ns Gris-wol- d, ob-tai- n & nAw Q & e" - tf& & -- Advertised Letters at Ky. Frankfort, found a list of ndvertised 'lottors for the week onding Fob. Gth, Below will be 1892: Newman, William W. Parrant, Mrs. Mary Pickering, Jaboz Eubank, J. B. Quire, Owen Hirm, Charley Hines, Mrs. Jen- - Rudy, Given Roberts, Sam nie Harlings, Mrs. M. Ryan, W. K. Steol, W. H. A. Stant,v T. Hogg, S. P. Smith, Jos. G. Jones, Will, jr. Smith, Lucy Kinney, J. F. Keenan, Patrick Williams, O. W. Murray, Mrs. Ma- - Walkor, Mrs. Marion hola Wayman, N. M, Meng, Jacques wuoy, dim. When oalling for those lottors say ad Malinda Oouoh, George Oastor, Lewis P. Clark, Mr. vortisod. Bryant, Miss An- - Mitchell, George McBrian, E. ner Mason, Mrs. B. B. 3ushrod, Mrs. , The Franklin Circuit Court met in regular February term on Monday, with Judge Warren Montfort on tho bench and Commonwealth's Attorney John S. Gaunt present. Tho first few days of the term were taken up with minor cases. Wednesday the case of tho Commonwealth vs. Robert Evans, charged with cutting and wounding Sanford Goin, jr., in this city, was tried, and the defendant was given six months in jail. Thursday the case of tho Commonwealth vs. John T. Johnson, charged with killing Ike Smith, in the northern end of this county, near the Henry line, about a year ago, was taken up, and occupied the time of tho court up to tho time of our going to press. Special Announcement. Wo have made arrangements with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., publishers of "A Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases," which will enable all our subscribers to obtain a copy of that valuable work free by sending their -address (enclosing a two cent stamp for mailing same) to Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., .Enosburg Fall, Vt. This mmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmnmmmnmmmmammmtmmarmmmmmmmmmmmmmmumma book is now recognized as standard authority upon all diseases of tho horse, as its phenominal sale attests, over four million copies having been sold in the past ten years, a sale Blank Books of &U kinds gotten up in the highest style of never before reached by any publication in the same period of timo. We the art. Old Books and Musio bound at lowest rates. Job feel confident that our patrons will appreciate the work, and be glad to "Work of all kinds solicited. avil themselves of this opportunity of obtaining a valuable book. It is necessary that you mention this paper in sending for tho "Treatise." This offer will remain open for only a short time. 4 H BINDERY. Col. McCarty's Condition. W00D3-ALLEN-I- Married. n J. M. Savfell, Postmaster. this city, oiiWednefl(lny, In answer to the many inquiries Feb. 3, Geore Darsie. Mr. John W. made of tho Journal as regards Col. Woods, 1892. by Rev. county, and Miss Mattio Alot Franklin McCarty's health, wo regrot to say len, ot Sholby county. that there has been no material change in his condition for two months. He still remains almost speechless, and Money to, Lend there is very littlo action in his limbs. Though the loss of On real estate by the Louisville Savflesh has weakened him somewhat, he ings, Loan and Building Company. George L. Payne, ) ZZ still retains considerablo strength for t. Agent. ono who has been confined to his bed four months. As Boon as his condition and the weather permits, ho will bo Buggies, carriages and harness reremoved to tho home of his paired by tho Kentucky and Harness Dr. J. J. Rodman, at Owonsboro. Company. f. af-flit- ed STEREOTYPIC, In all its Brandies. 22-5- All work promptly executed, and satisfaction guaranteed. son-in-la- Jessamine Journal. 15-t- Carved tlie Scenery. Elitoh & Schilling minstrel troupo, which gave an exhibition at tho Opera House on Tuesday evening, became enraged because ono of tho employes of tho Opora House kicked his dog, and vented his spite by drawing his knife and outting the acenery to peioes. Ho was arrested tho next morning, taken beforo the Polico Court and fined ton dollars' A littlo negro called Rastus a mqmber of tho Goodyear, Fow--oiothe- Darby's Propliylactic s, Use itin every Will keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome; removing all bad odors from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and all sick-roo- LADY contagious diseases. The eminent physician, J. Marion Sims, of New York, says: "I am convinced that Prof. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu able disinfectant." 21 to sell White's1 Lilly of tho Vallev. Tho Greatest rlisnnvfirv nf tho Century for Beautifying tho Complexion and imparting a Satin like Texture and Bloom of Health, Write for Terms to Agents; 2 cent stamp for reply. Agents make from $4 to 10 per day. WHITE'S TOILET CO., WASTED en-clo- so m GEO. A. LEWIS, Proprietor. 215,217 23d 219 St. Glair Straat, Up 411 to 413 W. Jefferson St., SOUTH BEND, IND. Stairs, Frankfort. Ky. .,v. SlfcEMfl HBHERHmaM u FKAMFOftT post-offic- rmw-tUTTI 1' wtww A m eipWfwjTr?w7 ANNOUNCEMENT. ?tr i pocket and tho watch was in tho hip Tho Louisvillo Times of Mondays ono e Entered at the at Frankfort, Kentucky, pocket of his pants. Ho offers aa aeoood-cla- u ta&llabte matter. hundred dollars roward, in another contained the following biographical column, for the arrest and conviction sketch of Mr. George B. Hays, of thiB city, who for tho past ten years A. LEWIS.. Editor and Pabllsher. of the'thief. d0. has bo successfully handled tho trotting ptook of Col. R. P. Popper: FRANKFORT, FEB. 6, 1892. Clmrcli Supper. Among the noted drivers of the The ladies of Methodist Church American trotting horso there are none more painstaking, The Glty Schools. will give a supper in this city about fow more skillful, than and a very George B. the middle of the month. Tho date Hayes, tho head trainer at South n The publio schools of this city are and place has not been fixed. Stock Farm Frankfort. Ho wo 8 more largely attended this year than born at St. Johns, N. B., in 1857, and ever before and are in a prosperous he has been engaged in the earo of A Rusli of Business. horses in Bome capacity since ho was condition, as the following statistics a boy. After filling various positions term ending January 28, 1892, for the The Kentucky Midland Railway successfully he, in 1880, went to Frankwill show: has been doing a good freight busi- fort and entered into an engagement Both the method and results when ness the past week. The yards were with Col. R. P. Popper, owner of tho Syrup of Figa is takeu ; it is pleasant White School. noted Onward. 2:25 and Norval 853 crowded for several days this week 2:17 Total enrollment His first experience there and refreshing to the taste, and acts d cars were was with Oatchfly, 2:18 a nervous, gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, 697 and thirty-fiv- e Average belonging Bpeedy. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sysat other stations along the road, wait- high strung mare, but very some 603 Average daily attendance by had been of ing until room could be made for thatbest drivers handled West with in- tem effectually, dispels colds, headPer cent, of enrollment, based on in the the 64 them to bo unloaded. census different success. The first season aches and fevers and cures habitual Hayes started Catchfly five times and constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho Colored School. won four first moneys; tho next sea- only remedy of its kind ever proTlie Ladies, 615 son she started eight times and won duced, pleasing to the taste and acTotal enrollment every race in straight heats. The fol551 Average belonging The pleasant effect and perfect lowing season he campaigned her ceptable to the stomach, prompt in 414 Average attendance safety with which ladies may use the through the Grand Circuit, where its action and truly beneficial m its Per cent, of enrollment, based on California liauid laxative Syrup of she met and defeated that greatest efTects, prepared only from the most 66 campaigners, Harry census of and agreeable substances, Figs, under all conditions, makes it 2:13,all and also won the first Wilkes, healthyexcellent qualities commend its heat of many it Night School. get the the race that Phallas 2:13 their favorite remedy. To took to all and have made it tho most 34 true and genuine article, look for the his record jn. Catchfly wound up Total enrollment popular remedy known. 14 name of the California Fig Syrup Co.. the season with eighteen wins out of Average attendance Syrup of Figs ia for sale in 50c twenty-tw- o Btarts. When Col. Pep This is a much better showing than printed near the bottom of the pack- per purchased JNorval many predicted and 81 bottles by all leading drug22 is made by many of the larger cities. age. that the stallion would never beat gists. Any reliable druggist who 2:30, but Hayes one day surprised the may not have it on hand will proonly 50 per cent, of the In Louisville prophets by driving: tho horse to u cure it promptly for any one who Jones-Wigginto- n. are enrolled in the schools, children record of 2:17 2 at Maysville. Folin Paducah about 42 per cent., in lowing is the list of the horses which wishes to try it Do not accept any Mr. John H. Jones and Miss Sallie Mr. Hayes has driven to their records: substitute. Nashville 40 per cent., New York CatchCity 48 per cent., and Boston 47 per M. Wigginton, both of the Elmville Houri (3), 2:17; Norval, 2:17 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Dumas, 2:19; Cognac, neighborhood, were married Wed- fly, 2:18 cent SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 2:20 2:21 Acolyte, Position LOUmiLLt, KY. NEW YORK, N.t. The average attendance at the nesday morning at the residence of (3), 2:22 Judge Lindsay, 2:21 white school durinc the month of Mr. W. A. Howard, in this city, Rev. Code (3), 2:221-4- ; Onward, 2:251-4- ; Defender, 2:26; Nellie Mason, 2:26 January, when there was a grea deal W. 0. Taylor officiating. Rutledge, 2:27; They left that morning for a short Susetto (3), 2:26 of sickness in the city and the Mikegan, 2:27; Vatican, 2:27; Attracweather was so very inclement that bridal trip. Mignon, 2:27: Chance, tion, 2:28 2:28; Fancy Bess, 2:27; Prelude, 2:28 many of the little children had to be Saturday's Fires. Promoter, 2:28; Llnnette, 2:29 : kept at home, was 656. Last year Capoul, 2:26; Dessie Wingate, 2:28; a there were but 24 scholars in Grit (3), 2:29 The alarm of fire Saturday aftor-noo- n Motor, 2:29 To Young : upon the High School, 2:29 14; Tolnette, ! 5 o'clock was occasioned Nannie Talbott, about 2:30; Elkhorn, 2:30. He has also dewhereas this year there are 56. K- TQIt2?K9.r MOtners l by the burning of the roof of a house veloped several Mr. Hayes' 7 mzjm The disbursements of the white belonging to Jos. Burkhardt, and oc- success is due toothers.great patience his school for 1891 were $11,623.37, and cupied by a colored woman named and his tact in conditioning the of the colored school for the same Ann Pendleton and used as a restau- horses. He will be with the same farm this season, and has a string of time, $4,390.96. rant. Loss about $25, with insurance good ones in preparation. Few cities have bettor schools than $300. Frankfort and they are equally as of by Makes Child Birth Easy. country. The second alarm was causedWal-cutt- 's What tlae Doctor Thinks well conducted as any in tho a chimney burning out at O. M. About It. Shortens Labor, Prof. Rhoads, the new Superintenresidence on the South Side. Lessens Pain, dent, has made a splendid record in a letter to the Senator J. P. Huff, Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. since he has been here, and has the Flemingsburg Gazette, his home Court Day. Jtooh to "Mother" malted FREE. of an efficient hearty paper, has this to say of the proposiBRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. corps of assistants. ATLANTA, O.A. One of the largest crowds ever in tion now pending before the LegislaSOLD BY ALL. DRUGGISTS. the city on court day was on our ture to remove the Capital to LouisThe Fisli and Game Club. streets Monday, but the offerings of ville: delegation thought , stock were rather light and the toThe Louisville natives Bome days MtBVL PBMN astonish the The adjourned meeting of the prices low. Franklin County Fish and Game Club Diamond Bentley, tho double-tongue- d ago by introducing simultaneously in the House and Senate a resolution was held at the City Hall on Monday auctioneer, to remove the seat of government sensational were evening at which made his appearance here on that from Frankfort to Louisville; but An adopted, a permanent organization day for the first time in several when you speak of this toopens old his Frankfort resident he lazily effected and the following officers months, and reports the following eyes and says: "Yas, this has been elected: Sam'l. R. Smith, President; sales: talked of for the last ninety years, C. West's Nerve Biuin Richard Morris, "Vice President; and the capital is still here," and so Dit. E. guaranteed specific and Hjsterla,Treat-MKJDizzia for 24 head of long yearling cattle, at it is; and when Gabriel toots his ness, Convulsions, Hts, Nervous Neuralgia. Recording SecreHenry 0. Murray, Headache, Nervous rrostratlon caused by the use $11.35 per head; 15 heifers, $12.25 per for tary; M. P. Gray, Corresponding head; 4 milk cows from $15 to $25 60; 6 horn, which meansunder us to duck of nlcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Dethe dirt, the pression, Softening of the Brain resulting In Inour heads and get Secretary, and A. W. Overton, Treas- horses from $10.15 to $95.50. same old capitol will be be standing sanity and leading to misery, decny and death, Tower here, unless the old thing should Premature Old Age. Barreness, Loss ofSpermaurer. sex, and take a notion to tumble down, which, In either causedInvoluntary Losnes the brain, by object of the organization to of Tho probabilities torrhoeaor by contains prevent the wanton destruction of Two Eminent Divines justthe way, is out of thing it would one mouth's treatment. $1.00 a box.box six boxes or now. What a nice Dead. fish in the streams of the county by be for the rising generation if the for $5 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. old rock pile would fall down some the use of dynamite, and the enWE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. Rev. Basil Manley, D. D., formerly night! then go to work forcement of the trespass laws and president of Georgetown College and put We awould modern structure, up more To cure any case. With each orderrecelved by us those for the protection of game. but for a number of years past a pro- and one that tho State would not be for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to reThe Club starts out with a fair mem- fessor in the Southern Baptist Theo ashamed of. fund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees lssud only by THE bership and it iB expected that their logical Seminary at Louisville, died & OAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, Change of Base. Frankfort, Ky. number will bo largely augmented by at his home in that city on Sunday. thenext meeting. It is hoped that On the same day Rev. Charles most of the farmers of the county the great English Baptist Cant. Sam M. Gaines, formerly of will enroll their names as members preacher, died at a health resort in this city, but for a year past a lesi-deof the Club as it was organized as France. of Maysville, has discontinued Wo will pay tho above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headajho, Inmuch for their protection as for the It is not often that one denomina- the publication of his paper, the digestion, Constipation, or Costlveness wo cannot sportsmen. bonefit of the city tion suffers so great a loss in one day Maysville Commonweal, and will cuiewlth West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the The officers elected at tho meeting as tho death of these great and good romove to Lexington, where he will directions are strict!) compiled with. They are puiely Vegetable, and never fall to give satisfacfcutrar Coated , Large boxes, containing 30 Monday night were empowered to men has entailed upon the Baptist become the editor of a now daily tion, 20 cents. Hewariof counterfeits and ImiPills, eight directors, Church of the world. appoint a board of paper which will be started in that tations. The C.genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN WEST C OIPANY, CHICAGO, n and it is proposed to select five of city next week. This will give ILL. For sale by all draggls . these from the membership in the four daily papers besides any Lost Kis Mustache. y county, outside of the city. and number of weekly, W. Graham, of this monthly publications. Mr. Carlton Residence for city, express messenger on tho G. & Humane Society. O. fast lino, duo in this city from MIIIE RESIDENCE PROPERTY KNOWN AS John S. Edwards, 1 the Blackburn place, s'tunttd at the south end Sunday afternoon Mr. 0. S. Hub- Louisville 4:35 p. m., came near meetof Logan street, In South l'rnnkfort, containing 'Afs bard, Organizer for the American ing with a very serious accident Sun- Of, Adams, N. Y., makes the following aboutgiven acres of ground, is for rent. PossesDec. 1st. sworn statement: Kenyon & Thomas: sion Humane Society, delivered a lecture day evening. FRANK CHINN, This is to certify what I know your Nov. 21, 1891-Frankfort, Ky. largo at the Baptist Church to a The train had reached a short dis- wonderful medicine, Dr. Halo's o audience, and at the close of tho tance below this city, when a pack-ag- Household Ointment, will do in cases lecture tho Franklin County Humane wrapped with excelsior, and of pneumonia. Last winter my Society was organized with tho fol- which waB lying near a very hot mother, who is 75 years of age, was sick unto death with pneumonia. lowing ofllcors: Col. E. Polk John- stove, took fire. Both lungs were badly Involved. Tho NOW DISTILLERY, son, President; Hon. Lewis Mangan, Mr. Graham caught sight of tho attending physician said she must A SMALL in operation, for ilrare bargain. Apply sale cheap. Only $1000. to Vice President; Ben T. Farmer, blaze, and in his efforts to check it die. As a last resort wo commenced a M. T. MITCHELL, Household Secretary, and A. W. Overton Treas- tho flames shot up and burned his using your Dr. Halo's freely and Jan.23-tf- . Frankfort, Ky. Hon. mustache and eye brows entirely off, Ointment, . applying it lrnnmnrv u..v urer. Executive Committeo 1.1. nliaula Ulltiou, jvv.n.fi .l,n A.11 bllUlUUJlljr HI UIU Grant Green, Dr. S. E. James, W. S. and also badly burned his face on lungs covered with hot flannels. She Dehoney, John E. Miles and Prof. one side. The flames spread all over soon began to improve ana in twelve Sale or Bhe crisis hours the interior of the car and scorched was outthe dangerwas passed and and McIIenry Rhoads. and is alive of Sovoral packages well off all the paint. Your groat remedy savHouses and Lots. wore destroyed and tho loss is esti- ed her life. Robbed. John S. Edwards. and subsoribod before mo, Sworn mated at several hundred dollars. S THE AGENT OF MRS. 8. T. RICHARDSON, Tho train had to bo stopped at tho Wm. H. H. Taylor, Notary Public. Mr. A. J. 3 Showalter, tho aucA I havo for sale at u 6 rooms, and will house For sale at Carpenter's South Sido In which Hive containinggreat bargain the sell or tioneer, while selling stock on the west end of the railroad bridge and Drug Store. 2 a.. thn ilnnliln funnmniit lultnlntnir. nnntnlnlni'8 rooms, on Campbell street, South Frankfort. Atoo street Monday, had his pocket picked water taken from the engine to exaiioUHO ccwuauiiug ruuiiisuii ixen turei, of four hundred and eighteen dol- tinguish tho flames. Mr. Graham TERMS One Repairing of all kinds neatly and two j ears with third cosh, balance In uone and or wlU make big Mlars and a gold watch. Tho work continued his run, though ho was Eromptly executed by the Kentucky Ca0"mn?l,, Interest, JAS.ANDREWSC0TT. Harness Company. was neatly executed, as Mr. Showal- - suffering greatly from his injuries. Elk-hor- ROUNDABOUT, ter had tho money in an inside veBt Noted Driver. 3yupqS oi?:e For Circuit Cleric We are authorized to announce WALTEfl FRANKLIN as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of tho Democratic" Party. Wo are authorized to announce THOMAS B FORD as u candidate for Circuit Clerk of Frank- lln county, subject to the Democratic primary election, March 19, 1892. Jan. "" ' - For Sheriff. Wo are authorized to announce JAMFJ3 M. WAKEFIELD us a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the action of tho Democratic primary, March 19, 1892. Jan. e. knjoys We are authorized to announce JAS. G BRAW-NEas n candidate for Sheriff of Fmnklln county, subject to the n tlon of the Democratic party at the primary election to be held March 19, 1892. Deo.l9-te- . We are authorized to announce R, D. ARMSTRONGS a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Dmocnitlc convention of Saturday, Murch 19th, 1892. We are authorized to announce A. G. JEFFERS ns n candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the Democratic primary ejection. 14-t- R 1-- 1-- 2. side-tracke- 1-- 4, SlilMC IfiOJIl EMEEIIIIC, OF THE AND TOFranklin CITIZENSHaving FRANKFORT Frankcounty: returned to fort to remain for some time I offer my professional servlies of Civil Engineer, Surveyor and Draughtsman. Jan. P.M. WOODSON. 23-2- t. 1-- Farm for Sale bargain. For terms and other Information call on, JAS. ANDREW SHOTT. Dec. 25-3- OF I. FARM Bagdad, G. MARKSBURY. ONE MILE Ky., containing 120 acres, well Improved and all In gross, will be sold at a 1-- 1-- 2: Berkshire Boar i boar HAVE A PURE-BREBLACK BERKSHIRE: which will be permitted to Rervo sows. 1TKANK 8. HAFF, Near O, F. C. Cooper shop, -Dec. On L. & N. Railroad. 1-- 4; 1-- 2; 1-- 1-- 4; 1-- 4; 1-- 4; 1-- 4; 1-- 4; MOTHERS' 1-- 2; 1-- 1-- 4; 1-- SWL -- yi-i' ruiiirsu k. NO LOTTERY $14,400 In Gold Coin. To be Given Away Absolutely. Courier-Journ- of making estimates for tne Courier-Journal'- s unprecedented offers of one prize of $10,000 In Gold Coin, and 44 prizes of $100 each hi Gold Sample copy of the Weekly Courier-Journa- l, Coin. containing full particulars, can be seen office. Or on application to Courli-Journntthls Company, Louisville, Ky., a copy will be furnished to any address free of charge. nl Any one for only $2.00 can secure both Uie ROUNDABOUT and the Louisville. Ky., Weekly for one yearwlth the opportunity FOR CHRISTMAS. Folding Beds, China Closets, Ladies Desks, Book Cases, Fine Chairs, ' by-la- Leather Couches, Sofa Lounges, ) T, Parlor Suits, Hat-Rack- s, over-exertio- solf-abu- e, Carpet Sweepers, Dining Tables and the latest thing; in Tea Tables. 3E3. V.S - M nt $500 Bewardl ZKogrer c3c Son. May2-l- y. IBfe r0 . MILE6 fc M &MKJ '' J3PMI I'l.ltlltMW MILES S Lox-ingto- IC-l- semi-weekl- Rent. van ir.vwumMr . w.- -a vn v&Esg2&tmz n 94fSSstSSSSki 110 WMMMM) iKnKvcrniitu rxni nw i ""-t- l.flHiiif.n mjiii.i 9TC 2 WWrAWmzsvl msm jurj i vrcxti itflBWVWWfflAimOJl KiMUjMrg to Hew THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Georgotown ntire '"mini. & Orleans Day Coaohe- FOR SALE. SOUR-MAS- Time, 25 Hours. Sleepers run through without clt'inge. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ua.?8 Oir. Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala Time, 26 Hours, Througt 'Meepers without change The Short line betitren Cincinnati and Ky.. Time, 2Uj Hours. Lkxinoton, KNOXVIU.K, - I For Rent, N. G., ASHKVIM.K, ClUrTANOOaA.TKNN,, ATLANTA, G4., BIIIMINUIIAM, ALA,. Tknn., to-da- y. Three A - 15-t- f. Direct Connections at New Orleamand Shreve portj r Toxas, Mexico and California. Lo e Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway uptown 5:15 a. m.,nrrlvoCIuclnnntI10:26 via a. m. Quicker than any other line. Alltr.iliiH urrlv at depart from Centra) Union Depot, Cincinnati. For Hates, Maps, Yc..(iuaron FRANK W.WOOLLEY, Traveling Pass. Agt. Lexington, Ky, D. G. EDWARD8, 0.0. nARVEY, CINCINNATI. J. 9 P. & AT Vlce-Pres. " " " 12 17 11 15 10 " " " WPFWW!33 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT rn p j . . ! FRANEFOKT. FEB. C, 1892. TIME TABLE. The following fcimo table Is now effect upon tho L. JbN. rond: TBAINS WEST. fight for Frankfort as they do, considering tho poor BUpport they receive from the peoplo who got tho benefit of having the seat of govorn-me- n in their midst. Peoplo who will not properly support tho papors which fight their battles deserve no sympathy whatever if tho thing thoy most desire is taken from them. The above from tho Lexington Leader is respectfully referred to tho merchants of Frankfort, without A Supposed Pauper, hut Left Money. m No.281eaves'Frnnkfort Ho. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 leavos Frankfort No lOleavoB Frankfort R TBAIN 5:50 9:40 8:00 7:88 10:10 4:35 a. m p. m. a.m. comment. p.m. a. Dr. Hale's Household Oint- ment ftv Is tho finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures p. ra. Neuralgia and Rheumatism. OureB No. 20 loaves Frankfort No .24 arrives Frankfort .... 15.35 p. m. Piles like magic CureB Salt Rheum 9:15 p.. m. in the most soothing manner. Cures No. 22 leaves Frankfort Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Nos. 23,47 and 21 connect at Lagraage Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo for Cincinnati. Nos. 23 and 21 connect taken internally. A positive specifio at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch. for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, W. V. Alexandeb, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Agent. Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes. Gone to Louisville. Largo Bize cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's South Side drug store. Ed. Posey, who for tho past three years has heen connected with the Married in a Queer Place. Branch Bank of Kentucky at thiB place, left Monday for LouiBville, Mr. Oha8. Darnell, of Missouri, and where he has secured a position with MIbs Florence Buckley, of Pinkard, Woodford county, carao to this city the Bank of Kentucky. m mm m on matrimony bent Saturday, and in Clieap Ralcb to Florida. selecting a place for1 the ceremony to be performed hit upon the State On account of Florida Chautauqua, House. The services of Rev. George the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip Darsio were secured to tie the knot, tickets to de Funiak Springs, Florida, and at the request of the groom, he from February 8th to March 12th, in- obtained the consent of State Libraclusive, good to return until April rian, Mrs. M. B. Day, that the two lBt, 1802, at $24. loving hearts should be made one W. W. Alexander within the walls of Kentucky's capi-to- l, Agent. and about 2 o'clock in the afternoon the ceremony was performed in Wlicn Your ILlver the State Library, with several memcannot bers of tho Legislature, Mrs. Day Is torpid and Bluggish, you do business successfully. Everything and Judge Ira Julian as witness. wrong. You don't feel well, They left that afternoon for tho goesyour liver in good working order home of the bride in Woodford byuBingDr. Hale's Household Tea, county, and on Thursday for their the great blood purifier and nerve tonic. It has no equal as a health re- future home in Missouri. storer. For sale at Carpenter's 2 South Side Drug Store. Woman, Ghost or Man SEABI. No. 18 leavos Frankfort.... m. Mrs. Katherino Dowling, an nged lady who lived alono in a little house near the Magazine, on Arsenal Hill was found dead in her bed Saturday morning, from tho effects of burns received several days beforo by her clothing catching fire. For a number of years she had boon supported by tho city and tho Catholic Church. A few days before she died Bho told a neighbor sho had money enough to bury her and naked that she be put away decently. After her death tho lady to whom sho made tho statement began to search among her effects for tho money when to her surprise sho found six hundred dollars stowed away in an old sock in a bureau drawer and one hundred and fifty dollars in a tomato can upon a shelf. The money was in greenbacks and gold and silver coin. ' (' : i 5-- ly Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, mercury will surely destroy tho sense of smell and completely derange tho whole system when entering it through the mucouB surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as tho damage they will do is ten fold to tho good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufacturedby F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, and aots directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, ana made in Toledo, Ohioi by F. J. Cheney & Co. 6TSold by Druggist, price 7ft per 4. bottle. As T3n.is space is reserved fox- - m R. K. McCLURE, il VI V& Te St. Olaix street 2vexciia,rLt: i Ai "i i The Burglar. charming play, admirably proby a talented and company, excellently staged, a play replete with laughter provoking humor and sentiment, and at times bordering on the sensational, pleasing and delightful in all its four acts. That was the verdict of the large audience which filled tho Toronto Opera House last evening, when, for the first time here, Augustus Thomas' comedy-dram"The Burglar," was presented. The play is an excellent dramatization of the popular novel, "Editha's Burglar," and to the theatre-goe- r has all the fascination and charm which to the reader the book possesses. Tho plot is interesting, well conceived and admirably worked-out- , maintaining the unflagging interest of the audience from the rise of the curtain on the first aot to its fall on the last. In the third act, especially, where the burglar enters his divorced wife's house, and is interrupted in his midnight labors by his infant daughter, the feelings of the spectators were drawn to their utmost tension, finding frequent relief in bursts of laughter at the innocent prattling of the precocious little one with the rough specimen of humanity, who, although a criminal, had the kindlier attributes of humanity. Of the cast, Mr. Lipman, as the burglar, and Little Irene Franklin (Editha) divided the honors, the support being capital throughout. Miss Helen A duced well-balanc- ed :i or Euclire Club. The young ladies euchre club held there meeting on Tuesday evening with Miss Annie Headley on the South Side. The hosteBS was assisted in receiving by Miss Nellie Mathews", of Louisville, who is visit- Human. ing there. The handsome prizes were won by MIbb Florence Stanton and Mr. Harry Rodman. An elegant lunch iurnished'by a Louisville houBe was served at 12 o'clock. We cannot say what will cure ghosts, but many men and many woman who look like ghosts rather than human beings, through sickness, would regain health and happi ness if they would try the virtue of d remedy, ur. tho Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Torpid liver, or "biliousness." impure blood, skineiuptions, scrofulous sores and swelling, consumption (which is scrofula of the lungs), all yield to this wonderful medicine. It is both tonic and strength-restorinand alterative or world-renowneg, . v,. a, V 1 . . . blood-cleansin- g. New Chaplain. n K The New City Treasurer, The following notices of the election of Mr. Vernon L. Clark as City Treasurer show the estimation in which he is held elsewhere: The Winchester Sun says: Vernon L. Clark, a native of this county, has been elected City Treasurer of Frankfort, to fill the vacancy caused by the recent flight of Hugh Gaines. Mr. Clark is a son of the late Dr. Jbhn T. Clark. For five years he has lived in Frankfort, and until a month ago he was General Passenger Agent of the Kentucky Midland Railroad. His many friend will be glad to hear of his success. The Georgetown Enterprise has this to sav of him: Vernon L. Clark, formerly 'General Passenger Agent of the K. M. railroad, has been elected City Treasurer of Frankfort, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the recent disappearance of Hugh Gaines. Mr. Clark made many friends in Georgetown and on tho lino of the K M., while connected with the road, who will be glad to hear of his being elected to an office, which, with the business he already had, willpay him a good salary. Mr. Clark is the son of tho late Dr. J. T. Clark, of Clark county, who lived in Powell county for several years, and was elected to In 1Rfi3. from the dis t.iio T.ffrJnln?-iirftrict composed of tho counties of Montgomery ana roweu. t fe1 Rev. W. B. Cooper, of Lexington, was on Saturday elected by the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund Chaplain of the Kentucky Penitentiary, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of the late Rev. H. H. Kavanaugh. Mr Cooper is a minisChurch, and for a number of years has been doing evangelistic work in the mountains. He took the oath of office on Tuesday and entered upon the discharge of his duties. -- FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - ter of the Southern Presbyterian C. E. Csmeai, Slue, COLLINS Oik nd & M, BRO, Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure Is a purely vegatable remedy prepared from rare medicinal plants, a perfect remedy for coughB, colds, hoarseness, loss of voice, whooping cough, bronchitis, the first stages of consumption, allays all soreness of the lungs and chest, and gives perfect satisfaction. It is the greatest medicine of the age to strengthen the lung tissue. 25 and 60o. per bottle, at Carpenter's South Side Drug store. 2 Ottolengui has considerable histrionic ability. Mr. Lee and Mr. Hamilton are actors of more than average ability, and Mr. Lothian, the young lawyer, kept the audience well pleased with themselves with his refined comedy, while Miss Davega's role was taken most satisfactorily "The Burglar" iB a comedy that appeals to all classes, and, possessing so many pleasing qualities, will doubtless attract large audiences during the remainder of the week. The Toronto Empire. At the Opera Houeo Monday, February 8th. Hardware, Wall Paper and Becorafioi;$,!M Piaster, Xistf Paiats, faism, Iru, UDooxg, 331iaa.ca.B. Scs., ALSO A Ponder. Slxct. Beltiif, Sa4 a.n.3. Sla.ll FULL IZKErO? Sewer and Salt. KAZX AKD "Etam PipE, and Rzrck IXWI3 KTBEST- - King's Royal Germeteur. Pre-eminent- For Safe-keepin- g: & Dr. J. L. Massie, who killed Jesse Elmvillo several Honakor near months ago, John Sancfers and John Oostigan. also charged with murder, were brought here from the Owen county jail on Saturday and placod in jail for A man by tho name of Qibson was taken from the Owen county jail on Wednesday of last week and hung, and it was feared that the peoplo of the county, who are still excited over tho matter, might concludo to empty tho jail. safe-keeping. m They Neglect Their pers. Pa- W State at Frankfort. Their efforts in bohalf of tho village at tho mouth of tho tunnel seems to be but little appreciated by m tho merchants and buBinoBS men of W. L. Coppersmith, tho jeweler, place, judging from tho small that at amount or advertising that they do does tho best of work 231 moderate St. Clair in tho papers referred to. It is a nricea. Call and seo. the papers make as good street. wonder 45-ly. Tho Capital and other papers published in Frankfort have labored long and earnestly, both in and out of season, to keep the Capital of tho the medicine of the century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wondor of tho PRICE PER PACKETJ medicine world. Based upon the A NOVELTY OF Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, com- STERLING 15 CENTS. "Mrs. Kelly re- mending itself as a necessary house1 A MONTHS IN BED quests mo to writo hold remedy. It advertises best by MERIT. in regard to what S. its use. Specifio for all Catarrhal S. S. has done for her son, who has diseases, a Nerve Tonio and Blood hnnn nlnlr ho lnnc with an abscess: Purifier. It is without doubt the Sho had two physicians, and thoy did most reliable gorm destroyer in everything for mm mat cney cuuiu and to the extent that tho and ho didn't improve. For fourteen theory is correct, King's Royal months and five days he was in bed ermoteur is tho remedy. It is no and not dressed. Somo one rocom-mende- d accident butis tho result of fifteen yourS. S.S., and after ho had years study'of medical genius. For taken two or three bottles he began to sale by Chapman & Williams. 10 improve. Ho continued until y he had he Excursion to Mardl Gras, taken eleven bottles, and KJBJilv7Vi'S..-rV- ; ' is as well as ever. The boy is fourNew Orleans and BRIGHT EXCELLENT teen years old, and Mrs. Kelly lives Mohile. to mo, and I am well acnext door FLAVOR. CREAM COLOR. quainted with tho facts of tho case." Tho Queen & Orescent route will O. W. Hodkins, Postmaster, East sell tickets Fobruary 20, 27, 28 and 20, Lamoine, Maine. Swift's Speoiflo has at one faro for the round trip, to u for cutting. MagnlUcently fringed. Hound m a ball. Easy to raise. Price per a wonderful effect on childon and Now Orleans and Mobile, account tho pkt, 10c-young people. It should bo given to Mardi Gras, March 1st. Tickets good every child who has any blood trou- for return until March 15th, 1802. ery nroductlve.ihlKh quality and sugar flavor, llavimr thorouchlv tested It. we can rnnflrtpntw ble or blood taint. It drives out tho . r- ' ?coaiineiM h as mo ue garden Tea ever lntroduced.l'er packet, 10 cents ; pint, 75 cents - .... poison and poisonous germs, and en33 ables nature to devolopo tho child. $100 REWARD. Our treaties on tho blood and skin ,reu vault.-- . Ki.oitA.Ii contains several will bo mailed free to all applicants. colored plates of Tlowers and Vegetables. 1,000 Illustrations. GUinrc 180a, 8 wheh inc lies. Instruo-tioiOver 100 x low; Ga. qMlKRE AVAS STOLEN KHOM MY POCKKTS, low to plant and caro for garden. DicrliitloiiH or ov.rilO Iw NovilUei . Mailed on Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, 1 on tho streets of Frankfort, on Hominy, LKFRT KENTUCKY Jfc ,rfcCfo. QSdi.u G78. A o, to-da- 'Llil,-- . "'K'S "S 33RI3L,IL1XIVrr VIOK'S OII.TfclWCaET POPPY. PEA. ! ELEGAWTNEW ROSES. lo cents, wulcU may be deducted from first order w February 1. 1892, four hundred unci eighteen dollars In money nml a lino gold open c:iso wntch undclialu. I will pay tho above reward for thn arrest and conviction ot tho thief. A. J. SHOWALTER. Feu.Mf. receipt of address and JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, N.Y. Jan. a 'B tA. r. Ai.i(i,.,'f,v M .. i- Eaa naMMk ? -- The Place to Buy Fine Wedding Presents & I s- - s? ! The largest line to select from, the lowest prices and the most useful things to be found in any house in rj the city. No trouble to show goods, service, constituted the second conIf you have a buggy, carriage or tingent. They did much in the way set of harness whioh needs repairing Ve would be greatly obliged to the of arousing tho religious spirit of the take it to the Kentucky Buggy and ministers and officers ol churches in the people, butstill the work of restoring Harness Company on east Broadway. city if they would furnish us with any the city remained in bad shape. It All work promptly executed. announcement which they may wish was reserved for Nehemiah to complete and finish it. He was cupbearmade. FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL er of Artaxerxes, the king of Persia. Thirteen years after Ezra's return, Kev. W. S. Qiltner, of Eminence, accompanied by a body guard and will fill his regular appointment at with full authority from his sovereign, tfhe new Christian Ohurch in Peak's he makes his way to Jerusalem for Mill this evening at 7 o'clock and to- the purpose of rebuilding its walls, OF ALL KINDS. setting up its gates, morrow morning at 11 o'clock. the city, reorganizing the nation, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Grape Vines, and everything usually found In infusing into it new life and starting such an establishment A lull stock. Baptist Ohuroh Sunday-schoat it on a new career of prosperity. The Prices Low. Wo pay no agents. Descriptive catalogues on application. '5:30 dn the chapel. Public worship at work to be done was great, the 11 and 7:30, conducted by Rev. W. 0. means at command slender and the enemies, within and without to hinH. F. HILLENMEYER, Taylor, the pastor. der and oppose, numerous and deLEXINGTON, KY. termined. Only a man of pluck it, First Presbyterian Church The would have undertaken thatbutkind. Oct. was exactly at 11 a. Thousands, of laborers were needed visual services on. and7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. where he had only hundreds. The McGLusky Blayney, D. D., the pastor. ground was irregular, the walls to be restored high and wide, the stones of They poulticed her feet and poulticed her head. heaps the' former Ana Mistered her hack till 'twas smarting and red, Tried tonics, elixirs, and salves, Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. of rubbish,wall buried under the mere extrication of (Though grandma declared it was nothing bat "narres.") Tfee qtzMr. as4 direct roato torn occupy which was of itself a stupendous uniPenick, the rector, will And the poor womam thought she must certainly It required tho Ms pulpit at Ascension Ohurch to- dertaking. man to attempt pluckiest Tilldie. " Favorite Prescription " she happened to try. LQQISflLLE the of a Tl IflKAISAS HID TEXAS! No wouder 1U praises so loudly they speak, morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at kind the means at hand. But work Newith ha grew better at once and was well In a week. 7:30 p, m. hemiah never wavered or shrank Om hasdrod and tttty miles The torturing pains and distressing from it a moment. The enemies nervousness which accompany, at times, hurled ridicule at Catholic Church The usual without on building. Theyhim, but certain forms of "female weakness," SHORTEST TO LITTLE BOOK. formed went Good he conspiracy to attack him at una- yield liko magic to Dr. Pierco's Favorite services at the Ohurch of the a ABdtkcttlr Shepherd will be con- - wares, but he sot a watch against Prescription. It Is purely vegetable, harmless, and Rev. Father "W. E. Gorey, them night and day and went on perfectly organization ofadapted to the ducted by delicate woman. It Without Change of Cars. building. They threatened, they allays Abe pastor. and subdues coaxed, they cajoled, but it was all toms and relieves the nervous symptho pain accompanyIf yon are going to emigrate to First mass at 8 a. in., second mass one, he went on building. Enemies spied upon him and reported ing functional and organic troubles. Vespers at 3 p m. within at 10:30 a. m. It's a legitimate medicine an invig- Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth all he did. They tried to discourage him, they orating, restorative tonic, a soothing "Southern Presbyterian Church Austin, Houstin, tried to scare him, they tried to thwart and strengthening nervine, and a posiBev. W. G. Neville will occupy his him in every possible way. But he held tive remedy for Y femalo weaknesses " This U the at 11 o'clock a. m. on his even way and pushed forward and ailments. All functional disturbpulpit to completion. He met every ances, irregularities, and derangements CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE the work and 7:30 o'clock p. m. emergency, faced every foe, and in are cured by It. There's nothing like Mr. Neville will also preach to the the short space of 52 dayd the walls it in the way it acts there's nothing (To cbaaxe of cars to after were finished, the gates set up and liko it in the way it's sold. It's guarchildren at 3 o'clock anteed to give satisfaction in every case, MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS Boon. All the children of the city Jerusalem could laugh in the face of or the money paid for it is promptly all her enemies. I call that one of ruiuuuuu. AND NEW ORLEANS. are invited. the pluckiest achievements in human Read tho guarantee on the wrapper. Ver further Information, address history. You lose nothing if it doesn't help What is pluck? It Christian Church Rev. George though nearly allied is not courage, you but it will. C. P. ATOTO RE, O.P. T.A., to it. Courage Darsie will fill his pulpit at the requires the presence of danger, LOniUVILUt. KRNTDCKT at 11 and pluck does not. Many are courageChristian Ohurch Tho aver7:30, as usual. Night subject, "Daniel, ous who are not plucky. KwlvVsu SOissssssssssssssssssssssssM ike Faithful," the sixth of a series of age young man is ready to stand up against danger and yet he is often talks on The Young Men of The Bi- wanting in pluck. Pluck is tho spirit ble. Young men especially invited. that perseveres in what'it undertakes YoungPeople's Society of Christian in spite of opposition and discouragethe Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- ment;neverspirit that never lets go, gives up, that will enduro at that mooting in the Lecture-rooer hardship, toil, ridicule, pain, anything, everything, patiently, uncom7p m. plainingly till it triumphs, It is anname for bull dog tenacity. KJHflKr1HfflE571;;;'i3S??lHH Rev. H. G. otherremember how Ralph Hartsook Methodist Church You in Henderson will preach in the "Hoosier School-master,- " order to teach a school notorious for morning at 11 o'clock and in the its insubordination, said to himself evening at 7:30. "I'll take a lesson from Bud Mean's Sunday-scho9:30 a.m. bull dog. convenes at Bud says, 'if Bull once ever discovTho Most The Epworth League will meet in takes a holt, heaven and yarth can't ered, ns It Is Successful Remedyand does not certain In Its effects 0:45 o'clock p. m. make him let go.7 And that is jusc blister. Head proof below t the class room at way I am coiner to do about Mr. Henderson extends a cordial the teaching this school." And he sucinvitation to the taembors of the ceeded. Whether teaching a school, Kendall's Spavin Cure. CURES General Assembly to attend these driving a business, filling a public LOSS oulce, standing up lor a good cause, Sn. B. J. Kkkdau.Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 26, '90. services. Co.: living a Christian life, there is nothQonts It Is with tho greatest satisfaction that I ing on worth doing into which Inform you that I have cured tho followlngdlseases: Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Neliemiali, the Plucky. pluck earth not enter as an essential rUvcenoy.BuouIdor Joint J!iiiioucKH,8tllloIn does l, Joint J.iunenenH, working on Jttuncneas am Headache, Nervous Proselement of success. Plucky men are J'oro J'oot. Iwill cure that all with Kendall's .Lameness and GEORGE DARSIE. at a premium in every market, there SpavinI have over Is the Ibest Liniment forall or Cure. It man tration, Neuralgia, Palbeast used. recommend horse is an opening for them in every town, owners. Horses that I have worked on It tovaluable, pitation of tho Heart, are would It was during the long Babylonish and a demand for them everywhere for but without your Liniment it for be worthless.andI Loss of Energy, havo friends who used Hprulns Jlrulses and captivity. One hundred and fifty whioh the supply is not half adequate. they ever used.cured them. Thoy say it is the best Weakness of Back, Feelings of Yours truly, E. U.S. WELLS. years previous, Nebuchadnezzar had a Especially is pluck needed in living Languor and Lassitude, GenChristian It is battered down the walls of Jerusalem, beginning to life. becauseneeded afrom end, such life eral Debility, La Grippe, razed its beautiful temple to the is a battle Etc., Etc. ground, made the city a ruin and the to your all tho way through. "Add Kendall's Spavin Cure. faith courage," says tho whole land a desolation by transport- Moirro Visto, Colo., Dec. ?IS89. ' As In use for 25 years by omlnent physicians Co,, Euosburgh Falls, Vt.: ing all the people to his own Baby- apostle. and Nehemiah to had enemies Do. B. J. Kendallyear 1881 1 Qents-- In and Burgeons In the United Btnten, and profight so has the without treated with Kondall's lonian realms. The Persian mon- within Spavin Curo a Uouo fjpavin of seven years stand-lanounced by them the best TONIU is completely nearly as large as archy succeeded, and one of the the Christian. He to nothing if not a stopped tho lameness a lieus egg andtho enlarge- It cures where all others fall. Try It extant. soldier. and removed buckle on tho ment, nave worked the horse very hard ever convinced. Ask your Druggist for It. and be earliest acts of the now king was a armor Ho needs and to draw the sword. And since, he never has shown any lameness neither decree permitting the Jews to return his caa I seo any difference iu tho size of the hock. battle hymn should ever bo: PRICE, $1.00 PEB BOTTUS. to their own land and to restore their Yours truly, P. B. COOLKY. wasted city. Only a few at first long "Ne'er think the victory won, J. ED RAY & CO,, Manfs, and Proprs,, availed themselves of tho opportuniNor luy thine armor down; Friee $1 per bottle, or six bottles for Thy arduous work will not bo done, ty. Zerubbabol led back the first PABIS, KITE". $B, All drttgylsti have it or can get it 'Till thou obtain thy crown." contingent of 42,000 exiles. But m i for you or it will be aent to any their success in restoring tho city on receipt of price by the propriW. E. AVERILL, Sole Agent, Watches', clocks and jewelry of etor: " was only partial. Eighty years later ' DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., a standard brand at Coppersmith's, be Ezra, the scribe and priest, with Frankfort, Ky. few hundred attendants and a large sides sold at deadrook prices. 234 tnosburgh Falls, Vermont. JunelS-ly- , amount of treasure for the temple St. Clair street. Aug, My, 15-t- f. t-- Religious. j ' Give me a call. XX-JHL ls.1 Nurseries BLUEGRASS Kentucky Central Railway "BLUB GRASS ROUTE,' Shortestand Quickest ruuterroin ll l f OKNTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS TREES 10-3- m NORTH, EAST. WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. R11 FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON SCHEDULE AND CINCINNATI. ' ol IN EFFECT NOV. 16TH. 1891. aouth Hound No.6, o. 3, Uailv Accom Ex bun. Dallv Express lust Hue txbun. Ddllr. No.l, No-hemi- ah palti-kllle- rs unsmuuiMULiiiii Lve Livingston. l.vo Jjonuon . . Arr Cor bin. . . Lve Corbln. . . Lve Barb'rvllle. Lve Plnevllle. . LveMlddlosb'h. ArrCum'b Gap, Lve Corbln. . . Lve WUUa'sb'g. Arr Jelllco... . Lve Richmond Lve Lancaster.. Lveoovington. 818dm tiOspm 302pm "' Falmouth. 945dm 91opm 435pm Cynthiana 1043dm 9 59pm 686pm rr i'aris . . . 11 lea in 1023pm 610pm " Lexington mUnn nwpui vwptu Lv Paris. . 1125am 615pm ArrWInchester 1210nn uoopm Lve Winchester 1240pm 7 05pm Arr Kichmond 135pm 8 00pm Lve Richmond 135pm Lve Berea . . . 200pm ArrLivineston 305pm 4 10pm 4 50pui 6 00pm Lvo Cincinnati UlOdin tiOOpm 265pm 315pm 65pm 735pm 6 41pm 7 55pm 4 60pm Arr Stanford. . G45pm 620pm . . . 150pm . . . . 4 45pm 520pm '. . . . . . .... .. ' North-Boun- d. Ex Bun. Express Dally. No. 2, Dallr No. 4 No. 6, Dally Ex Sun Lve Stanford.. Arr Kichmond " Lancaster! 7 05am 7 00um 10 15am Lve Jelllco. . . B45am Lvo Wlllla'sb.g. 8 60am Arr Corbln.. . . 9 35am Lve Cum'b Gap. C 33am Lve Mlddlesb'h 6 68am Lve Plnnvlllo. . 7 47am Lve Barb'rvllle. 8 35am Arr Corbln.. . . 9 25am Lve Corbln. . . 9 35am Lve Loudon . . 10 Ham Arr Livingston. 11 05am Lve Livingston 11 15am Lve Berea.. . . 12 lOnn Arr Richmond., 1241pm Lve lllftlllnnnil 6 05im 12 41pm ArrWInchester 6 65am 1 35pm Lve Winchester 7 10am 1 55pm Arr Paris 7 45am 2 27pm Lve Lexington, 7 00am 2 00pm Arr Pari 7 53jm 2 37pm Lve Cynthiana. 8 21am 3 07pm Lve Falmouth,. 9 23um 4 01pm Arr Covington. 10 51am f 5 35pm Arr Cincinnati. llOO.tm 545pm .... ... .... .... 3 45pm 4 25pm 4 48pm 530pm fS7pm 6 45pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH. No. 10, North-BounDally, Ex. Sun, d. No. ia Daily, Ex. Sun 2 ol TONIC Arr. Carlisle Arr. Johnson Arr. Maysville South-Hound. Lve. Paris Arr. Mtllersburg Lve. Cincinnati Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington 7 OOnm 7 55 nm 8 OF APPETITE, 1010 am No. 9, No. :i. Daily, Daily, Ex. Sun, Ex. Sun 8 40am 9 84 a in 18am 56pm 302pm 520pm 615pm 638pm 7 00pm 764pm 830pm mu Lve. Carlisle Lve.Maysville Lve.Johnson Mhoc-Itoi- Hip-Joi- nt Arr. Paris Arr.Lexngton Lve.Millersburg .... . , . . . Arr. Covincton Arr. Cincinnati ... g ad-dr- eti 45-l- y. ton to Cincinnati. No.l Runs dally, No. 4 Runs dally from oil stations except the Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 6 Dally except Sunday. No 6. runs dally oxcopt Sunday botwoon Cincinnati and Lexington. No. 16 Paris and Lexington 'Accommodation dally. Leaves Lexington 10,00 u. m. Arrives Paris lOt'oa. in. No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Leaves Cincinnati 6.16 p. m Arrives Falmouth 7.0ft p. m., dally except Sunday. No. a Leaves Falmouth 0 a. m. Arrives Cincinnati 7.65 a. m., dally except Sunday. Nos, land 8 make connections at Winchester for points on the N.N. & M. V. Ry., E. D. No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborougb and Cumberland Gap and .nil In teimedlate stations and runs dally, 8. R . KNOTT, Trafflo Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. General Offices, Louisville, Ky. S. F. B. MORSE, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Ag't. Ofllce, ChamberofCommerceBldg., Cincinnati, O. No. 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 2 Runs dally oxcopt Sunday from Lexing- 160pm 227pm 820pm 845pm 7 40 a in 4 10pm 8 28am 700pm 10 61 am (il!7pm U QO am 646pm O.P. ATMORE, 6 6 6 20am 67am 60am 715am 'te. i jiSiMm KSKSLRoLS fe&MLiU BiKfci msm 8 Tf ' THE p; jVL xL 333 SLrrt No 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 shank, eched 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. Watches, Gold, Filled and Silver, Mounted Diamonds, Jewelry, Gold and Rolled Plate, : Silverware, Sterling and Plated, Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses, Gold Headed Walking Canes, 4 : selbert Clair Street. Opera Glasses, &c. QgKFOJl II R E h 7 ' f'i v ( - 9 ' s M- - A. SBIB,T, i FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Miles Nerve and Liver Pills. Act on a now principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. MileB' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. 45-l- Jett. Oharley Darnell returned to his home in 'Missouri last Thursday. O. M. Purr rusticated at Uncle Lee's last Sunday. Born To the wife of Mr. Q. B. Wood, a son Leo Owen "Wood. Mrs. Fanny Gully celebrated her , 91st birthday last Monday. orOullyasshe is called, is one of the oldest inhabitants of the county, and says, notwithstanding the recent severe spell of la grippe, she believes that she will live 75 years more to hear the legislators taiK oi moving tue capital, aa cney have in the last 75 years that she can remember, and just knows that she will be on hand to trip the light fantastic whenever the capitol is moved and located. What do you say about a voting poll, here. Allwho are interested (and all ought to be) in it will please come up and sign the new petition for same. The time will soon be at hand when our county, will be redistrictod and as we, I believe, are only entitled to eight magisterial precincts, we say let the city limits of Frankfort constitute two jprecinots, and give three precincts to each side of the river, dotting the whole with voting polls at every cross roads, country store, blacksmith shop and school house, that is convenient to the voters, ,and there will be no lack of full votes at every election. I believe it is the desire of every Aunt-Fanny-- 1) Clerk's office, and concealed or destroyed, thereby fraudulently destroying the best proof of illegal votes cast, and obstructing the proof of corrupt purchase of votes; and Whereas, Following the theft of dissentions and disthe orders have broken out in the Police Commission, bringing demoralization to the foree and damage to the city; and Whereas, The startling announcement is officially made of the defalcation and flight of the City Treasurer, which defalcation is confirmed by an investigation of his accounts; and Whereas, There seems to be a large increase in the debt of the city, a lax administration of the law, and a general condition of wrangling and demoralization; therefore, Resolved, That the Garfield Olub of Frankfort reiterate and reaffirm its faith in free, unpurchased elections as the only safety for an honest conduct of public affairs and a true expression of the will of the people. Resolved, That it condemns in strongest terms the purchase of votes, the dethe theft of the moralization of the Police Commission and police force, tho increase of city debt, tho looseness of city administration, the lack of moral obligation in the discharge of duty, evident on every hand, the defalcation in the Oity Treasurer, and drunkenpoll-books, Women wlao Die Early. Many of our most beautiful and accomplished ladies die before they have reached the prime of life. Of those who live to middle age only one in two hundred is sound; the other one SiVr Ci. JHU, he HffctfrtE.&. uu&&tN&iiuntrFiMi hundred and ers. are sufferThe shattered health can be restored; the home made happy, and your life lengthened if you commence at once. ninety-nin- e Why is it? Self-neglec- t. "f(IS CELEBRATED REMEW poll-book- s, years in the private practice of one of the most eminent physicians of Paris, and the following diseases and their distressing symptoms yield to them like magic: Ulceration, Congestion and Falling of the Womb, Ovarian Tumors, Dropsy of the Womb, Bearing Down Pains, Rupture of Childbirth and Miscarriages. One package of "Rose Buds" will make a new woman of you. (Leucorrhea or Whites are generally cured by one application.) Price per package (one month's treatment) 1.00 sent by mail post paid, securely paoked. The Leverette Specific Co., 339 Washington St., Boston, 20 lm 2 Mass. ''.Rose Buds" have been used for 20 'HAS MEM US W VHTH SUCCESS C WR THE .brIAST 20 YEARS. COR SALE EVERYWHERE OLU - 'ONSUMPTI0NafeRMa& Plants, Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. O). NO J , THOMPSON, 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, LOUISVILLE MARKET. & TOBACCO ijOTTis-viiLii-iEi- ZEs::E::iTTi3"o:icrsr. 4. Resolved, That it appeals to the citizens and the public press of the city for that elevation and expression of public sentiment that will condemn and actively seek to prevent thesS corrupt and demoralizing practices that are injuring our people at home and our reputation abroad; and we deem it the urgent duty of the Grand Jury to investigate and indict every offender against honest elections, against the sanctity of the and the laws of the city. Resolved, That the papers of the city be requested to publish these resolutions. 0. A. Nelson, President. W. H. VanWinkle, Secretary. poll-books ness in high places. FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050, RING 2. one except the bummers that the bill offered by the gentlemen from Louisville, governing primary elections, will be made a law. The reason: simply because it is hard to tell when we had a real genuine, honest. Dure election, and if this bill becomes a law it clips the wings of the moneyed and ring candiuates, and puts all on an equal footing, the winner will be thepeopfe's choice it cannot be said he bought his election or office. It is a sickening sight to see, on an election day, whites and blaoks being bought and sold like so many hogs on the streets, and as long as this Is allowed to go on we cannot expect anything else but fraud, ring rule and jobbery; for he who buys his office iB bound to get his money back, and ho will get it back, how? By some pro3 P. H. Carpentkb. cess that is called legal, no doubt. Therefore take away from the canForks of Elkliorn. didate his chances of buying office. Make the penality so severe that he dare not even hint it, and then good, What became of the Roundabout? men and true, who fear notdefeathon-estly- None came to this office laBt week. will bo ready to offer themMrs. Garrett Powell, of Scott, was selves. visiting Mrs. Sarah Feathorston the Gentlemen of the Houbo, pass the first of tho week. bill, make it strong, iron bound, copper riveted, and then see that it is Mr. and Mrs. Burdin visited friends enforced and the people will rise up in Scott last Sunday. and call you blessed. Olubb has rented rooms Mr. o Mi of Mrs. S. Featherston and moved in m Sales on our market for the week justclosed amount to 3,974 hhds., with receipts of 3,604 for the same period. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 14.471 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1890 on our market to date 15,464 hhds. The offerings of new burley have been very heavy on our market again this week and prices for all Grades have been fully sustained, in fact we find it necessary to advance quotations slightly on grades from colory lugs up. Tho prices which are current offer every inducement for tho rapid marketing of the crop .and no doubt sales will continue large as long as the weather condiSpecimen Cases. tions are favorable. S. H. Clifford New Cassel, Wis., The following quotations fairly was troubled with Neuralgia and represent our market for burley Rheumatism, his Stomach was disor- tojbacco: dered, his Liver was affected, to an Trash (dark) or damaged alarming degree, appetite fell away, $3 60 $2 OO tobacco 6 00 3 00 and he was terribly reduced in flesh Colory trash 4. 00 and strength. Three bottles of Elec- Common lugs not colory 3 50 0 50( 10 00 tric Bitters cured him. Colory lugs 8 00 5 00 Edward Shepherd, Harrodsburg, Common leaf. HI., had a running sore on his leg of Medium to good leaf. 7 50 12 00 eight years' standing. Used three Good to fine fillers 12 00 22 00 bottles of Electric Bitters and seven Select or wrappery 33 00 22 00 boxes of Buoklen's Arnica Salve, and loaf. his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba. O., had five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER. he was incurable. One bottle Elecand ono box Buoklen's tric Bitters CURES ALL DISEASES. Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by the South Side drug store, i the result of fermentation and decay, caused by living microbes In the human system, and whatever remedy will puilfythe blood by removing the cause of disease and build up the hex lth and strength ot tho I paueni, is uw one to use RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER Rose Buds a Specialty, flora! Designs. STILL LOWER! IBest;ian.d.ig,o ZBliae Ostlico, &tio IBestllDsxrls: 3-oo- d. Ostliccs, -, -- 5c -- Oa,:n.to:n. ETlaxiziel, TTsT'ia.e SioitirLg-UPleiad. Ootton, Tc. woie 5c. 5c. Scr-3-oo-d. Because nil diseases are a f1 3c J. L. RODMAN & SON. Ooloxed. -- wa,s lOc. Poplin for Oomort,. if" Resolutions of the Garfield Club. Whereas, In accordance with sug- Monday. ness. Tho latest arrival in our town is little Miss Nellie Ireland. Miss Feohan, of Frankfort, is visiting Miss Mary Holton this week. Rev. J. II. Burdin preaches at Long Liok and Miss Sue Johnson, of Hatton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Louis Lea. Our littlo villago has been a little stirred up over the school question. Remember the Golden Rule, dear debauching the purity of the ballot citizens. box; and Mr. Parrent will continue his school WHE.REA8, As soon as tho at tho school-houshad been opened, tho votes in Rev. Jaynes was visiting-friendcounted and tho certificate of electo tho Mayor oloct, said this community last weok. tion issued s Sarah Jane. were stolen from the Oity The many friends of Dr.O.B. Ohinn aro grieved to hear of his serious ill- gestions of this Olub, looking to the purity of elections and the free expression of the will of the peoplo at the ballot box, the late election for Mayor was conducted in behalf of the Republican candidate in an honorable way, and without the corrupt use of money; and Whereas, There was an open purchase of votes in behalf of the Democratic candidato, thus continuing tho corruptions of previous elections and poll-boo- Is nature's remedy, and is tho greatest boon ever given to mankind, hence the spurious Imitations which follow In the path of Its wonderful euros or Consumption, Catarrh, Debility, indigestion, Rheumatism, Bowel, Bladder, Skin niidnli other diseases which are quickly and permanently lured by this neer falling compound which tins done more for suffering humanity than all the prescriptions of poisonous proprietary medicines, drugs, nostrums, ic. all put together, because It removes the cause of disease and Insures health. Thousands of voluntary certificates of nlmost miraculous cures attest these Tacts, and demonstrate to the world that Win, Itad.im, the Great Pioneer In his Wonderful Dlscoveiy, hns gone fur ahead of all other explorers In scientific fields, und lias demonstrated bejond n doubt that no disease can exist without a dlsordeied system, and his superb remedy stands at the front because It Is DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the FHOEXTIZg IN LEXINGTON, HOTEL, KY., Ymm xlni ( 1 lit m jou writtta jrttt If yoa wUdom litTia't, and I "ill iroraut you or ptcltl, pariont! IKnllon. I un. ItrUkt la brieUr mch tnr fairly io-- a. imbltlon inUlllftnt nifftit Saturday, February, 13, 1892. Saturday, March 5, 1892 (Piles) cured without operation and with little or no pain. REFERENCES . W. JIcKeo Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Oober, Frankfort. Ky. .1. T.'Staten, Frankfort. Ky. V. Rcrberlch. Frankfort, hy. Rev. L. P. Hulett, Renson. Ky. A. II. Mct'luro, Frankfoit. Ky. HEMORRHOIDS V. write, and who, tfter InitructloD, will work Indul- trlouely. how to tarn Three Thou-la- nd can reed and intelligent pereoa of either iex.who surgical 1 to-da- y Tho Original and Old Reliable Microbe Killer a palatable remedy which cures discuses byurrentlng decay and plactn? thesis, tern In u natural and healthy condition. Investigate thr in rlts of this wonderlul health giving dUeovery, which has Btood the test and cured thousands of all manner ot dlswicesjand germ or microbe bewaroot ull other destrojers, which aroofton thus advertised to boll their otherwise worthiest mixtures, und which are hut linltatons ot this (Ireat Wonder Workliif W . . vail rear In theli own iocalltlee, where erer they live. T win alio rurnun. the eltuatlon or employment, at which you can. earn that amount. I charge nothlng-anreceive nothdifficult Dollme c. ing u n I e e e eu- eng ceiirui, ae to learn, or that. require! much time, i ueiire uui one pcrion from David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Wlthrow, Frankfoit, Ky. DR. KI'.LLEY'S olllce and resldenco is at 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may bo found ever) day ot each week except SATUR- J, lliuhes. Frankfort, Ky. ks e. s For full particulars und certificates of wonderful cures, address J. W. GAYLE or & GAYLE CO., sole ugonts for Franklin com ty. poll-book- Jan, lG-l- DAYS. Vumrl'lets describing these diseases and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one W. I. KKLLEY. M. D., by addressing Jt C. 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE. county. I hare al ready taugnt ana provided with employment a who aro making over I hrre I houiand llollare a Year, each. All la new, anlld.eure. Full partlculari After you know all, If you, nclud to go no further, why, no harm li don. AJdren, m each dletrict or ir. ALLU., . JUux iXO, A imue tu, Mulne. Doc-5-ly- lassi JrTraiTCV ! psp1:! I B.ifll CRTJTCHER fe ST ARKS! Our Great Slaughter Sale! our immense establishment. It seems to us tiat every citizen in this community should be inerested in this GREAT CUT SALE and come and see what we are ing. Turnishing Shirts cut to BX -- WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEB. 1st. We commence this morning another cut, :as we are forced to have money. This great slaughter sale embraces every article in Goods. Hen's Clothing. See 315 pairs Jeans Pants, best quality, $1.50 and $1.75, cut to $1.25. See our Clothing, Clothing. Boys' and Children's. See the $1 Overcoats. Sec the See the S4-50- Shoes! Shoes! See our Ladies' $1.10 Shoes. . See our regular 6oc. White wear, 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 Goods in this city. Fur-mishing 39c. See our 50c. and 60c. Under- Kid 40c. to 4. . 6.50 Overcoats cut See our Children's School Shoes 90c. to 1.10. 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 5 Suits cut to $3.50. 6.50 Suits Boys' cut to Knee See our Ladies' Rubbers only 19c. . See our 45c. .Pants. See our Men's and Boys' Lace and Congress Shoes, $1. 10. See the GREATEST SHOE Stock in Frankfort go at a sacrifice. rv The greatest slaughter sale ever known in this city. See our $7 Cape All Wool Overcoat go at $4. cimTTCxatjs; &f.' ,.v"' . IX. 1. jOL. .Es: wSU 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. Main Street, FRANKFORT. r ' " A Mystery Explained. frequent noticet and of rich, pretty negroes,educated girls tramps and oloping with "The papers contain well-know- antee from its makers that it will, in every case, give satisfaction, or price (1.00) will be promptly refunded. F0RSALE. Valuable Town Lots. VALUABLE PIECE OF GROUND SUITABLE A for nice residences, situated on the bouth side of Wupplng street In u good neighborhood, fronting 176 feet on Wupplng street and extending to the Kentucky river. Tho property is offered at private sale, either us a whole or In lots to suit purchasers. For terms apply to J. G. Dudley at Branch Bank of Kentucky, or to Win. uromweii. A a idul vsmi "4 BAI1 $VMW p, p. 1st, 1891. Miss Vernona Jarbeau, who will appear at the Ninth Street next week, has had a varied and interesting stage experience. She has been on the stage alrriost since childhood. Her first appearance was made at Jan. tho age 6f 16, two months after graduating. He first role was Hebe in Sclontlfio American "Pinafore," with tho Duff Opera Agenoy for Company, at the Standard Thoatre in 1879. Miss Jarbeau has played in all branches of the theatrical business, but has been principally known from iiur uuuuuuuuii wiui comic opera. G She has been the prima donna of ofD'Oyle Carte, DulFand Max Mar- f t? Jl.0 etzek opera companies. She played Communicated. Evangeline with Rico for two years DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. with groat success. From burlesque JSditor Roundabout: F w.'Rftj1?"0.11 nn(J reo Handbook write to to tragedy ?IUNN & CO.. 3C1 BHOADWAT, NEW YOHIT. The patrons of School District No. Jarbeau hasis quite a jump, but Miss Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. accomplished it success34 would bo glad to have the County fully. She ISrory patent taken out by us la broucbt boforo supported Superintendent explain how it is that for six weeks at thoMine. Modjeska the public by a notice given free of cbargo In tho only entitled to a school of Theatre in Now York. Fifth Avenue they are The season four months this year. after that she The chairman of the board of trus- Stetson's great appeared with John Lnrcost circulation of an .MAntlA. nnnni. In !. tees employed a teacher to teach tho last two seasons cast company. The man Splendidly lllustriumi. v intn&.? before her starring world.should bo without It. weekly. ;j.ui a school for live months, for the public tour, sue was again prima donna 01 fNS.?ixJBr?H!sA4lMtnN & co, - w.uuu.to, uu, .muuuwuy, now xorje. money. When four months of the tho Duff Opera Company. A remark.school had been taught the County able fact about Jarbeau is that she Superintendent informed the teacher has Newport Hews & Mississippi Valley Co. and chairman that the district was ure, never been identified with a fail and has always been connected ontitled to but four months, and with tho most pronounced successes. Washington, Philadelphia, furthermore there was no money to All her own costumes and nearly Now York, Baltimore, pay for a longer term. The law is that of tho company's were designed all by every district is entitled to a school herself. Jarbeau is a typical French Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re of five months that reports forty woman, and a part of her great sucor more, not exceeding one cess is probably owing to her vivacischolars AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. has ty and chic, which have been inherhundred, and district thirty-fou- r IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. 1891. .forty-tw- o scholars roportod to tho from Limited Superintendent of Public Instruction ited paper. French parents. Kansas EAST BOUND Fust Expressi Accm. Dally City Dally Mall for tho school year, beginning July Dally. Daily. Ex Sun. ex Sun At tho Opera, ner-vou- n coachmen. Tho specialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says all suoh s, girls are more or lejs hysterical, very impulsive, unbalanced; usually subjectto headache, neuralgia, sleeplessness, immoderate crying cu Juughing. These show a weak ner vous system for which there is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervine. 'Trial bottles and a fine book containing many marvelous cures, free at .J. V. Gayle's, who also sells and guarantees Dr. Miles' celebrated New Heart Oure the finest of heart tonics. Cures fluttering, short breath, etc. Jarbeau. Who has a National Reputation for the Treatment of Chronic and Nervous Diseases Treated over Ten 1 hous- and Patients in the State of Indiana Last Year. n. Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI m and FRANKFORT. Fan's, Fal-. Onlv direct Hue between Frankfort, Georgetown lisle, Car- '.4 iLiiiJifcM A Haplle, Cynthiana, mouth and Covington. ASK FOR TICKETS BT VU KY MIDLAND TUIIS BU EEIT1IL SI1VIUI DHL 17 18110. THIS TAB1IE MAY kkniiik Jttwfaw i' 31. TRAlNaEAi Lv. Stamp. Gro'd. Ar. Georgetown . Lv iTuuiiiort. hikijorn . Switer. . . -- . U41 6 43 7(W 7 24 7 25 10 15 0)l 6 45 6 b GOO l'nsa. 400 4 4 20 4 S5 Mixed. 12 N p. in. No. 7. 12 25 12 43 1 07 1 47 li G21 0 45 7 25 Geoigt'n, 500 6 21 Via -- .iLXN..V t tv'k.vRNv Ar. Cincinnati. Lv. Georgetown " Newtown. . Ar. Paris . . Lv, Purls.vlaK.C. " Covington . . Ar. Cincinnati. . Lv Paris via K. C. " Centrevllle. 7 7 40 1016 25 Geo 7 05 7 15 ;u2 a 00 GOO 7 60 UIO 6 05 5 10 4 SO 2 05 2 2 3 4 25 45 15 26 -- -- L P. Walter, M. D. 10 44 10 50 7 55 8 I!) 6 48 780 75a 6 48 G46 25 7 56 G 037 House to-nig- I A. Jf. A. M.U'. M.A. DAILY. M.l M or eight Itwillcost younothingandwillsure-l- y Ashland . . Superintendent fifty-si- x 1210am 1007pm 840am No.O No 2, No. 4, No. 8, No 12 some cause only scholars, but from 1228imi 1023pm 60am rass Pass Mix Mix. do you good, if you a Cough, Cnttlettsburg Capital Hotel, January 29, 1892, TRAINS WEST. Sun. train. train. train. train forty-tw- o lzoupin 1047pm 80am Only were reported by County Oold, or any trouble have Throat, Huntington with Washington 210pm UU0P111 Lv. Richmond via Superintendent to Supt. of Public Chest or Lungs. Dr King's Now Dis- l'hlladelnhla 47(1111 550pm until 3 o'clock p. in. K. C 0 10 1 05 Instruction. One day only. Treats till Curable Medical and " Winchester . covery for Consumption, Coughs and New York Arr.l 1 'Minn 820pm 7 15 1 58 Surgical Diseases, Cross Eyes straightened with- Paris A Patron. 7 48 2 83 Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or out Pain, Cancers cured without knifo or Costlc. DAILY money will be paid back. Sufferers WEST nOUND, Acute and Chronio Catarrh. Diseases of the Eye. Lv. Maysvllle via Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Brlght's K. O. . . 6 20 160 A Good Reason for Living;. from La Grippe found it just the Huntington Lve. C 00am 1 35pm G45rm Disease, Dlabetls.Kldiioys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic " Carlisle . G50 3 20 thing and under its use had a speedy Cuttlettsburg G 25.U11 4 pm i Femule and Sexu il Diseases. Hpin Ar. Paris . . 7 40 4 10 G37um 205pm i zvimi EPILEPSY OR FITS CURED. "She lives to love and loves to live, and perfect recovery. Try a sample Ashland Lv. Cincinnati via a positive odakantek. expense and learn for Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 27nm 508pm Ex Sun bottle at our K. C She loves to live because she lives 2 20 120pm 025am Young and aged men yourself just how good a thing it is Winchester . " 11 15am 0 45pm loonm 715am Spermatorrheamiddle Impotoncy, nssufTerinf fm.n ''Covington . . 2 20 to love.'1 and the result of Ar. Paris Trial bottlesfreo atPmL. Carpenter Lexington . Arr. 1205pm G20pm 2 45pm 806am 5 37 youtli or excess in mature years and in Many think it is a sin to bo sick; Drug Louisville Arr. ozopm 950pm 740pmll50am other causes, producing some of the following v. Paris Store. Largo size 60c. $1.00. 9 00 8 G20 4 80 being so, one cannot bestow their ' Centrevllle . 0 20 8 80 GS'J LIMITED VEST1BULED TRAINS run dally In effects, as emission s. blotches, debility, nervous60 3 600 affection on others as the Creator inconnection with Chesapeake & Ohlo'F. F. v.", ness, dizziness, confusion of ideas, nverslon to " Newtown . . 0 80 902 G49 619 bocieiy, ueiecuve memory ami sexual exhaustion, Ar.Georgotown . 0 45 10 02 704 to New York. tended; beingso, it certainly is a duty IV. L. 6 40 which unlit the business or marriago to oure yourself. Most women, these specialty ofCoppersmith makes a FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dally and are permanentlyvictim for remedies not injurious Lv.Clnri-nutlvcured by fine work. Resetting make local stops between Lexington and Hunt6. AC. . . . 700 700 4 00 BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. iays, need an invigorating tonic. ac. uiair street. ington. rarSynhllis and complications, as sore throat, Ar. Georgetown . 1002 1002 7 04 uiuiiiuiiuu, utu. vat Worn-ou- t teachers, "shop-girls,- " falling of hair, pain in 45-lHUNTINGTON it MOREHEAD uccommoda are perfectly eradicatedtho bones, eruptions, etc. Lv. Georgetown . 10 02 10 02 700 6 45 dressmakers, milliners, and those m without using mercury or " Stamp. Gro'd 10 24 10 21 7 31 7 21 tlons run dally. omer injurious drugs. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, J subject to tiresome labor, have found Swltzor . . . 10 88 10 88 7 47 7 60 W. L. Coppersmith, the jeweler, is LEXINGTON & MOREHEAD & LEXINGTON 10 40 10 40 7 uil 8 10 muviu.o a boon in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- tho leading repairer in tho city. 231 MT. STERLING accommodations run dally are speedily,mcured Ullliui J uim iviuuoy hasTOUDieS Ar. Frankfort .. .. 1100 1100 8 55 8 40 i never " Elkhorn. by treatment that 10 scription. It is a soothing and St. Clair street. failed. He miderstakes no incurable cases, but Noa . . 2, 7, 8 and 12 dally except Sunday. Nob strengthening nervine, inducing reTHROUGH SLEEPING CARS to and from cures thousands given up todle. Remember tho date and come early, as his rooms are always and 4 dally. Nos. 5 and 0 Sundays only. freshing sleep, relieves despondency W. L. Coppersmith don't send nshlngton and New York without change. HOWARD ORBISON, Agent. crowded wherever he stops and restores to full use all the appe- work to other cities, but does all C. L. Brown, G W. Baiiney, CONSULTATION FREE. Superlntendentls Correspondence solicited O. A.. tites and affections of one's nature. that is instrusted to him in his Gen. Pass. Agent, S. Hahiiibon. Lexington, Ky. Address THE SOUTHERN and confidential. VERNON CLARK, General Passenger Agent. W, MED. & CLAUDE BOWLS, ClttfTIcket Agent. It is sold, by druggists, under a guar- - building, 234 St. Clair streot. 610 6th St., Louisville, Ky, G. A., Ashland. Ky. Oct.17.fr. I I ' The chairman of the above district for said school reported to County Now Try This. Lexington . Lve. 7 85am 600pm 11 40am 8 Ziiun U itiplll 1280pm Winchester ' 8 (Ham 712pm i ixjpm lit. Sterling 5 7 upm OOum U5m " The Celebrated Specialist, uud President of the Ar. Carlisle . . , . . Majsvllle . Southern Medical mid Surgical Institute, Louisville, Ky.. who has created such a sensation Lv. Parisvia K.u in ami uiound Louisville by curing diseases that " Winchester . bulllod tho medical fraternity of that city, by special request of many patrons m und around Ar. Richmond. . our town, will visit Frankfort at the 10 10 11 27 12 10 6 4S p in G16 7 20 38 1 (J ..." 1 self-abus- e .... .... lu y. 45-l- y. 1 45-l- y. GENERAL OFFICES.: IFRANKKORT, KY. E .tfi Infr-H- . A,Mu ;n.,.jrh..-fcltiA....- j.$JU-4l,Urf44L- . --; puKBSueaca JA'tliJ. X e