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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892021301 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. rrfl it The GEO. A. Frankfort Roundabout. A LEWIS, Publisher. WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance. l!t r? Volume XV. Forks of Elkliorn. "Mr. Marion Feathorston will build a house on his place for Mr. Jack Roddy. Birthday dinners all tho go at this place tho past week. Ano.ther wedding, says Madam Humor. Guess who. Elder Oreighton preaches at tho Christian Church Saturday and Sunday nights; they have extended him a call. Mr. Will Sudduth has rented the "widow Macklin place for this year. Services at the Buck Run Church night by and FRANKFORT, KY.. FEBRUARY 13, 189L Highest of all in cavp.mng Power. Number 23 0. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 7, 1889 PMSS. ABSOLUTELY PURE and to every trust committed him. In all his extended experience as Prime Minister or as high official adviser to the king he failed in the discharge of no duty. Even his enemies, jealous of his power and influence and plotting his overthrow, were compelled to acknowledge his entire faithfulness and his absolute freedom from fault and error. Above all he was faithful to God. Skilled in the interpretation of dreams, he was careful to sayjthat the great God alone gave him the requisite knowledge and insight. And not onlv was he iealous of His honor, but he was equally loyal to His commands. And his loyalty was that tested by an experience s. C. F. BROWER & CO. S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. ,5 i pastor Eborhart. A Family k 3 ff-'- ,.'4- - .year. Mr. Alfred Stedman still remains juite feeble. Messrs. Martin J. Curry and Henry Greenup, who have been so very sick for a while past, are both able to get out again. -- Mr. John Newman has rented the farm he is now on for another "We invite attention to our extensive stock of Carpets, emThree of the Stautons represent bracing the latest styles of all the leading makes and grades. ono hundred and six years of journalism. Tho father of Henry T. and Clar- Beautiful new Coloriugs and Designs for the Spring of 1892. ence Stanton was a,i,journalist for fifty years, Henry T, Stanton associated with journalism for forty years, and Clarence for sixteen j'ears, making a total of one hundred and six years. Paris Kentuckian-Citizcn. of Journalists. CARPETINGS. RUGS. Sarah Jane. fllcniarlcable Facts. Heart diseaso is usually supposed incurable, but when properly treated a largo proportion of cases nan bo cured. Thus Mrs. Elmira Hatch, of Elkhart, Ind., and Mrs. Mary L. Baker, of Ovid, Mich., were cured after Buttering 20 years. S. C. Xinburger, druggist at San Jose, 111 jsayg that Dr. Miles' New Heart-Curwhich cured the former, "worked vond rs for his wife." Levi Logan 'f Buchanan. Mich., who had heart disease for 30 years, says two bottles mado him ''feel like a new man." Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is sld Mid guaranteed by J. W. Qayle fcook of wonderful testimonials free o be e airs. M. E. Wtilman, No., 2 Linn St., Janesville,Wis., under date of June 10, writes the following: Kenyon &Thomas,sirs: I was confined to my bed four months with inflammation of the right ovary; had a good physician, tried almost everything, got very little help until I tried your Hale's Household Ointment, about lour months ago. It nas done wonders for me. I can do quite a good day's work. I have every reason to believe that it will entirely cure mo. I am also using your Jr. Hale's Household Tea with good results. Sincerely yours, Mrs. H. E. Well-manThis great medicine is for sale at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. . An unequaled assortment in New and Elegant Combinations 1 P, ' . Daniel, tlie Faithful. GEORGE DARSIE. t sw Babylon was the greatest city of oi the seven "wonders of tho world were there, its walls and its hanging gardens. The walls of Babylon were three hundred feet high, eighty feet wide at the top, .and altogether they extended fora dismiles. The hanging tance of flty-si- x .gardens within the city were constructed in order to soothe the "home sickness of the Median queen. Pining for her native hills and mountains, amid the level plains of Baby-Jothe kingupreared hills and mountains in the very heart of the city, rfor her sake, supporting them on Pronounced Hopeless, Yet immense arches and pillars that were Saved. marvels of engineering skill, covering them yith full grown forests and From a letter written by Mrs. Ada interspersing them with lakes and S. streams and beautiful cascades, all E. Hurd, of Gorton, badD., we quote: cold, which "Was taken with a of which reproduced every phase .and variety of the wild and rugged settled on my lungs, cough sot in and Consumption. scenery to which the eyes of tho finally terminated inmo up, saying I Four doctors gave exiled princess had been accustomed. I gave "The most magniflcentreligious struc- could live but a short time. myself up to ture ever built on this earth adorned if I could notmy Saviour, determined stay with my friends tho city. It was the famous temple would meet my of Bel, tho descriptions of which read on earth, I My husband was absent advislike some tale of the Arabian Nights. oneB above. ed to get Dr. King's New Discovery Ami in it were deposited for safe- for consumption, coughs and colds. keeping those sacred vessels taken by trial, took, in all, eight force of arms from the temple of I gave it a has cured me, and thank Jehovah at Jerusalem, Nebuchadnez- bottles. It now a well and zar little dreaming at tho time that God I am Trial bottles free athearty he was but preserving them against woman." Drug Store, regular Phil. sizes the day when his successor should Carpenter's 4 order their return to the restored 50c. and 1.00. sanctuary of the Jews upon the sumAn Old mit of Moriah. Into this great city, at the age of 12 Capt. to 15 years, Daniel was taken, 20 years seventy-tw- F. J. White, of Lancaster, is o years old and has been before the destruction of Jerusalem .and the deportation of tho people to setting type since his boyhood. He is IJabylpn. He was of noble if not of nearly equal to the Linotype in rapidToyal blood. It was tho policy of the ity. For years his lungs have been so iings of Babylon to solectthe bright- filled up with lead poison that his est youths among a people captur- death was often thought to bo He Baid he would dio at his ed in war and to educate them at case, and on two occasions he did fall court in all the knowledge and of the time, that they might be senseless at his post. Still the old used to assist tho reigning king in man holds out, and on his last birthunderstanding and ruling their own day the local papers gave a good people. It wasa statesmanlike policy. many pleasant notices of him. He Tho history of Daniel opens at the says, however, that Dr. Alcorn, of beginning of his three year course of Hustonville, is mistaken about him education at tno Ji.ibyioman court. pullimr throueh the Delewaro with And as wo Btudyhis character, oven George Washington in '76 but that ho then, as all through his long, useful distinctly remembers setting up and honorable public career as a high OhristopnorColumbus' funeral notice, official, both under the dominion of and hopes to remain long enough on Babylon and of Persia, wo find no earth to put in typo the article which other quality standing out so boldly will chronicle the death of tho devil. Lexington Transcript. and strikingly as his unswerving and m invincible faithfulness. ''Love and smoko are unable to Ho was faithful to himself and to all his convictions of right and duty. conceal themselves," and so it is with There was no surrender of his re- catarrh. No man suffering from this ligion to tho reigning fashion or to loathsome diseaso can conceal tho tho ceaseless elfort to persuade and fact from tho world. No matter how Induce him to exchange it for that of oultured, learned, social or brilliant Babylon. Truo to its requirements ho is whilo his friends may bo lie refusod to defile himself with tho polito enough to dissemble their roal king's moat and wine appointed for feelings his very company is loathhis nourishment. It was not Daniel's some. What a blessing it would bo temperance principles which stood to humanity, if ovory porson afllicted in his way, but his religious Bcruples, with catarrh in tho head, could only tho royal fare having all been first know that Dr. Sago's Catarrh Romedy offered in sacrifice to tho falso gods will positively and permanently cure of Babylon, and tho partaking of it tho worst case. Tho manufacturers involving in Daniel's view, the recog- guarantee to cure ovory case or forfeit $500. Tho remedy is pleasant to nition and worship of idols. Ho was faithful also to every man use, and costs only 50 oonts. ancient times. Two -- n, refused to pray! But note how Daniel's faithfulness was rewarded. For one thing, he commanded the respect of all. Everybody recognized and appreciated his worth of character. Ior another, he won universal favor. Through all political changes he holds the regard alike of kings and people. He won favor not only for himself but for his captive countrymen as well, mitigating the rigors of their thraildom and hastening the day of their restoration to liberty. Finally, it gained him perpetual promotion. And every advancement came unsolicited. The office sought the man. And even in our own day there is no surer way of getting on in the world than that herein exhibited. Young men, would you learn how to command respect, win favor, secure promotion in this world, you could not do better than to study the character and imitate the example of Daniel, the faithful. thoroughly demonstrated its genu-inesIt required him to spend a whole night in a den of lions. Whether the younjr men of our day would be eauallv dilieent in prayer to God if threatened with such an experience is problematical. Possibly it would facilitate their devotions if such an experience awaited them when they LACE CURTAINS. An immense line of Novelties for the Spring trade. China Mattings and Linoleums in Great Variety. ALL ARE INVITED TO EXAMINE THE LINES. 3 street. W. L. Coppersmith; the jeweler, does tho best of work at moderate prices. Call and see. 234 St. Clair 45-ly. Correct Prices. C. Correct Prices. VI A Breezy Skirt Dance. Satnrday night, after returnintr from the opera, Jim Stuart retired in his chamber connected with J. A. Wilson's drug store. He had been in bed but a few moments, when he recollected that ho failed to bring in the thermometer which hung on tbe casing outside the front door, and got up and went out to get it, without dressing. As ho stepped out of the door, however, a gust of wind shut the door and the spring lock fastened him out. This left him on the street in a most terrible plight, and he put in his time dancing the skirt dance until private watchman Ben Spears came along and volunteered to walk over to Mt. Airy to Mr. Wilson's residence, where he procured a. key, returned and let the "wing dancer" in out of the weather. .Bourbon Nava. F. BROWER CO. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. Have you not found it difficult to buy a pair of SCISSORS that would hold an edge, and soon become dull and almost cause you to lose your spiritual grace? Scissors money refunded. Routes Rheumatism. Mr. Charles de-sir- es Printer. imi-nen- t. wis-do- m Lawrence, of Ashland, Nebraska, that sufferers from Rheumatism should know his experience with S. S. S., and writes under date of July 27, 1891, that he was a great sufferer from acute rheumatism for more than six months." He had quite a number of physicians to treat him, and also took other medicines, without any permanent benefit. A friend told himtolry S. S. S. He did so, and used only four bottles, which cured him sound and well. Ho recommendsjt to all who suffer from rhoumatiBm." Rheumatism has been conceded to be atrouble in tho blood, and wo have numbers of reports from tho most reliable people in the coun try that it has cured the most ag gravated cases. We certainly recom mend every sufferer to send for our treatise on blood and skin diseases, which will be mailed free. Address, Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. . If so, Go to M. P. GRAY and he will sell you a pair WARRANTED to give satisfaction in quality and price or M. P. GRAY. Hardware Merchant JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Have Removed From the Batzell Building sariKiEZEyn?, oust ikdLA-iD-r 10 H101 short time. Repairing of all kinds neatly and Eromptly executed by the Kentucky Harness Company. 15-t- f. MD 102 ANN STREET.K-- - Basement nf ihe Cmpitul HvtiLtH To tlie Mardl Gras. to Mobile, Alabama, and New Orleans, Louisiana, February 20 to 29 inclusive, good returning until March 15, at one faro. For further information apply to W. W. Alexander, Agent. m Engraving of all kinds promptly attended to at W. L. Coppersmith's, 234 St. Clair street. W. L. Coppersmith makes a specialty of fine work. Resetting diamonds, etc. 234 St. Clair street. 45-ly. JThey will fill this space wkk an entirely flew adYactisemcat i G. On account of the Mardi Gras, tho L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip tiok-ot- s H. D MATTERS, -- 1" TXIIE- J I M. BEATTY, Attorney at Law dr Real Estate Agt., ilfPI, FRANKFORT, KY. counties Sunt, 13EATTYVILL1C, LEK, CO. IN LEE, T1HEATHITT, WOLFE. ORAOTICES L KdUll, Jackson, Powell,. Clay and other r. W. J. CHINN, JR, Jan.aO-ly- . 334 MAIN STREET, Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House, Of- 45-l- y. ,tMjt,iij.Mt&ki'itiii. KHEaSfi BflBjSS "wvtiw t, ..,. ''vrimvw'r? ' Kws.',a:mrri9mmmmrrimaimv3 , f - A r " .4 town Monday shaking hands with his Circuit Court. friends, and looking as well as though he had never had the grippe. Late Friday afternoon tho jury in Miss Toasdnlo, of Cincinnati, is the Tho Colonel says that business is very the caso of tho Commonwealth vs. guest of Miss Holt. good at tho Capital Carlisle Mercury. John T. Johnson, charged with killMrs. R. K. Hart, of Flomingsburg, ing Iko Smith, brouglit in a verdict is at the Capital Hotel. Gone to Oklahoma. of not guilty. Miss Mary Browdor haB returned Monday the cases of tho CommonMr. Frank Graham, formorly of this from a viBit to Midway. wealth vb. Joe, John and James Mr. Lucien Adkins, of Louisville, city, who has boon living in Pinoville Gill, colored, of Honry county, for sevoral years, has gone to Oklaho- charged with the murder of Charles was in the city on Monday. ma Territory and expocts to locate at McFarland, or McFall, also colored, Hon. E. J. McDormott, of LouisGuthrie. at Jett Station, last summer, was ville, spent Monday in this city. called. Tho elected Mrs'. James Hodman loft on Satur- Mrs. Walcult Entertains. to try Joe Gill Commonwealth caso was first, and the day for a short visit to New York. Mrs. D. B. Walcutt entertained her proceeded with. When all tho evi Mrs. Dan Roche, of Paris, was in lady friends at cards yesterday from dence was in James Gill, who has been the city on a short visit last week. 11 to 2 o'clock. Tho party was given in hiding since the murder was comMr. John B. Williams is very ill at in honor of Mrs. Ohas. Grubbs, of mitted, appeared in court, was placed his father's residence on Main street. Missouri. upon the witness stand, and admitMiss Edith Montfort, of Owenton, ted that ho fired the shot which killed Attention, Sir Knights! McFarland. Tho court ordered him is with her father at the Capital Hotel. to jail as soon as he left the stand-ThFrankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. Commonwealth's attorney was Miss Ellen Harris, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Kate Green, on Lewis T., meets in regular monthly con- then allowed to dismiss the indictclave on Thursday evening next, at ment against John Gill, tho instrucstreet. tho asylum in Odd Fellow's Temple. tions were given tho juryand the arguMr. J. W. Ptimfrey, editor of the A full attendance is desired as busiCovington Extra, is in the city on ness of importance will be presented. ment was begun. Tho caso was given to the jury Wednesday afternoon. business. After being out two days the jury reMr. Arch Brown, of Henderson, is Fell off a Wagon. turned a verdict of not guilty and Joo in tho city visiting his parents at the Mace Parker, a white man, was Gill was turned loose. Mansion. Thursday morning the caso of the Miss Elizabeth Naylor, of Phila- loading a wagon at the L. &N. depot Commonwealth vs. PatHaly, charged delphia, is the guest of Mrs. Wm. yesterday morning when he slipped with cutting Alex. Turner, in this and fell to the ground, breaking his Lindsay. left arm and cutting a terrible gash city, with intent to kill, taken up. Mr. T. Fletcher Poynter, editor of in his head. Dr. Hume dressed his Most of the day was consumed with the Shelby Sentinel, was in the city wounds, after which he wan sent to lho evidence and argument tho caso last week. was given to the jury late in the afhis home on the Arsenal Hill. ternoon. A verdict was returned Hollenkamp, of Lex Mrs. Albert ington, visited her father in this city Miles' Nerve Liver finding the defendant guilty and fixing his punishment at one year in week. last Pills. Mr. Richard A. VanDerveer spent jail. Act on a new principle regulating Alex Grant, colored, charged with Sunday and Monday in Louisville ZkdTsQsze a, the liver, stomach and bowels though stealing a suit of clothes from Henry TrL with friends. the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Mr. Ellis Headley, of Louisville, is Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Ringold, was tried yesterday mornin the city visiting his parents on bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa- ing and sent to the penitentiary for tion. Splendid for men, women and one year for the offense. the South Side. children. Smallest, mildest, surest. Grant Wireman was tried yester Mrs. Anna Lewis, of Flint Hill, Mis. 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at day afternoon upon the charge of y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. souri, is visiting her brother, Dr. 0. stealing furniture from Mr. J. M. B. Chinn, in this city. Wakefield, and given sixty days in An Old Clerk to Go. Mrs. Charles F. Exum returned . the Thursday afternoon from a visit to Mr. Jas. B. Hawkins, who for tho county, relatives in Winchester. last twenty years or more has been James Wilhoit, of Shelby who shot his wife near this city, sevMr. J. W. Purafrey, editor of the clerk in the State Treasurer's office, eral weeks ago, was indictod by the Covington Extra, was in the city has been notified by State Treasurer grand jury, on Thursday, upon two Hale that he must step down and out Wednesday on business. to make room for a son of the Treas- counts shooting with intent to kill Dr. John Young Brown, Jr., of urer. Jim's many friends in this and carrying concealed a deadly Lakeland, is visiting his parents at city are sorry to see him lose his place weapon. His trial was set for tho the Executive Mansion. and wish that it may not be many third day of tho June term of the Circuit Court and his bail was fixed Miss Minnie Byers, of Lexington, days until he steps into a much betat $1,5000, whieh he gave and returned who has been visiting relatives in ter one, home. this city, has returned home. Ambr03d Polsgrovo was indictod Quick Settlement. Mrs. Robert Brown, of Louisville, by the .. .. jury last week for inur- grand , . i spent several days with her husband morning at 6:30, der in ttie nrsc degree, lor uie Killing On Wednesdnv at the Capital Hotel this weett. o'clock tho residence of Mr. John F. j of Jerry Williamson, and Thursday Mies Minnie VanDerveer leaves Church, in the country, was destroyed three other indictments were return-b- v n Tuesday next to attend the fire. The house was insured in the ed against him for tho malicious evidence against him, and he will wedding in Louisville. agency of Messrs. Jacob Swigert & shooting of W. B. Larkin, Alex. Snel very likely to go free also when his Mr. John W. Payne went to Cincin- Co., placed in the Lancanshire Insur- 'en and Joo Williams, ilia trial was trial takes place. nati on Wednesday to consult Dr. ance Co. Forty-eighours after the r08tDoned until the Juno term of A Boy. Dawson in regard to his condition. occurance of the fire Mr. Church court, and he was permitted to reIn the election of class officers of Miss Evelyn Hall, of St. Louis, who was paid in full for all loss covered main on bond. The grand jury also returned the the Hospital College of Medicine in has been visiting relatives in this by the insurance. It was about following indictments Thursday af- Loui3ville, H. B. Inncs, of Frankfort, The beautiful designs of our new the quickest settlement on record. city, left yesterday for Shelbyville. spiing stock of children's ternoon: was elected by a very large majoriMiss Fannie May Hodges returned Stealing:. Grider, colored, who some ty president of the graduating class For John Monday from a protracted visit to months ago unlawfully detained lit- of 1892. The highest honor that can Louisville, Eminence and New Castle. S Alex Grant (colored) was arrested tle Cora Reddick, near the Collins by the class. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Haldeman have by officer Mack Phythian Tuesday farm, on tho L. & N. Railroad, was in- bo given returned to their home in Louisville for stealing some groceries from dicted for unlawful assault. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. Are bound to please you, and tha-after a visit at the Executive Man- Ellwanger Bros. He was tried in the Henry Chambers, colored, for at- A marvelous euro for Catarrh, PRICKS were never sion. police court and sent to the work tempted rape on one Maud Coleman, Diphtheria, Canker mouth and so LOW. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haff entertain- house for thirty days for petty also colored. Headache. With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for the ed their friends at their elegant home, larceny. Mr. H. Ringold, the clothier No indictments were found against more successful treatment corner Todd and Sholby streets, last on St. Clair street, missed a fine suit Mack Abrams for stealing furniture complaints without extra of these charge. evening. of clothes from his store Wednesday fromMr. J. M.Wakefield or Wm.Penn, Price 50c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 Mrs. Ada Smith and children, who morning, and had a warrant sworn colored, for forging tho name of Mrs. Wanted A good honest, respectahave been visiting relatives here, left out for Grant, as he cleans up his H. H. Kavanaugh to a grocery or- ble, nettled white woman to do cook- Many new and pretty things,- in morning. der. Monday for Eddyvillo to join her place of business every ing for two. Apply to Mrs. P. M. all the woods most fashion- He was indicted by the grand jury husband. Stone, South Side, Frankfort, Ky. ble are daily being placed t. Thursday, tried for the offense in the Changes. Misses Lucy Bush and Todd Saffell on our floors. and given leave next week for Washington, Circuit Court yesterday W. L. Coppersmith challenges comMr. Robert Brown, tho popular parison in workmanship on any whore they will be the guests of Mrs. one year in the Pen. J. G. Carlisle. 35 Legislative correspondent for tho repairs in his lino. 234 St. Olair At Miss Green's. street. Courier-Journloaves here Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Haldeman, of Louisville, who have been visitors at Opp. Court-housevening Miss Katie to resume his old position as managWednesday the Executive Mansion, returned Green entertained the Young Ladies ing editor of tho Louisville Times. May2-lFOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. bo succeedod here by Mr. home Tuesday afternoon. Euchre Club at her father's resi- He will Mr. Hiram Berry and wife, Mrs. dence on Lewis street, and it was John Morton, of Louisville, a bright GO UNION RAILWAY KENTUCKY t Alice B. Orbison and Miss Nellie one of the most enjoyable parties and spicv writer. It is also said Wednesday at noon, over yet given to that popular club. that Mr. Oliver Cromwell, corresponOrbison left TIME CARD. the Kentucky Midland, for Havana, Tho attendance was very largo, dent for tho Louisville Post, will be FOR THE LUNGS. homo and Mr. Allio Ronald called Cuba. there being between eighty and a placed in his stead. family romedy for EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 21ST, 180O.. Has been a present. Tho prizes ' 'LA- CONSUMPTION. COLDS. Mr. W. P. Hudson left Wednesday hundred people mnmis. SOUK HOAHsSENKSS. THKOAT. OOINO EAST. untl'I'E." morning for New York to purchase were very handsome and were won PNEUMONIA, CATARRH. INFLUENZA, ACUTE Blackburn and Mr. 3:00 p m ASTHMA. Leave Lexington UUONUHU'Id. CHHO.MC AND Will Likely Go Free. his stock of spring goods. Ho will by Miss Henrietta 4.U0 p m W1IOOPI. O COUGH. CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN Leave Whichever Tho lady's prize was a 4:51 p m INTHESIDEAND SPITTING OF BLOOD, uml Leave Clay City visit Stamford, Connecticut, boforo Geo. Drane. 0 25 p m all diseases of tliu Arrive Lumber Point beautiful Worcestershire plate, and All tho negroes chargod with the he returns. CM p in Anlve Tlato Forks was a cut glass ink- murder of Ohas. McFarland, or Me. tho gentleman's 11:30 u in Leave Three Forks Throat, Chest and Lungs Miss Mary Luckott, of Clarksville, stand with silver top. A delightful Fall, as ho was goneraly known, upon 1:25 p m Arrive Elkatawa Tenn, and Miss Irene Ohilders, of Ed- repast was served about midnight, an excursion train at Jotts Station last GOING WEST. dyvillo, who have been visiting after which tho club adjourned to summer, are likely to go froo. The B:35 n in. BALSAM cont linn no opium, Leave Klkatawa friends in this city, left for Danvillo meet next week, but no special place indictment against John Gill was disDR. Wm. HALL'S lOuiO n m morphine, nornny deleterious drug It soothes Arrive Three Forks yesterday morning. missed by tho Commonwealth, and mid heals tho Membrane of the Lungs, Inllanied Leave Three Forks has yet been fixed. Cno u m prevents night 0.05 a m Lumber Joo Gill, against whom tho evidence and poisoned by disease, mid chest. It Is Arrlvo Clay City Point and Mr. F. sweats and tightness acrosn the. Dr. J. Lampton Price 7:37 a in Arrlvo taste,. Farm. was tho strongest, was cleared by tho ple.iHant to theHALSAM, Ho suro and ask for DH. Arrlvo Winchester. B:30 a m M. Halloran. left Wednesday for Cedar Grove Stock WM. HALL'S and ta!o no other. 0 30 a in Arrive Lexington For salo by jury yestorday. James Gill, tho one Tampa, Florida, over the Kentucky Mr. J. T. Mock, of Danvillo, says, Connections made at Lumber Point with Midland. Both gentlemen are seek- ''I can cheerfully recommend Quinn's who was in hiding until Tuesday, Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. steamer for rienttyvllle. Elkatuwa Is nearest in health in a Ointment to all Horsomon as tho stated on tho witness stand that ho ing an improvement station to Jackson. Ky. Trains between Three PRICE 25C, 50C.,$I.OO. very best remedy in use, would not fired tho shot which killed McFall, DR. WM. HALL CO.. NEW YORK. Forks and Lexington run dally, between Three warmer climate. Forks and Klkatawa dally. Sundays excepted. bo without it." For Curbs Splints, and was sent to jail, hut it is said Oct. J. L MURPHY. M. Parks, proprietor of the Spavins, Windpuft's, or any enlargeCol. R. General Passenger Agen j that tho Commonwealth has no '!SS3i!MSmaSmmmMKm&SlSKSJimaL "Park's Hotel," Frankfort, was in ment give it a trial. Personals. K: e K. IVkCLURE Xj-ZROKEIS'- a K Has t!b.e and. elected, stools: of X1 BEST S S, MI ? and Books, Stationery, Etc. IsTote IF'raaa.Itefort.. of iV 1 45-l- work-house- .. . Moore-Goodwi- , ! mm ht Frankfort t son. : CAKKIAG-I1- FURNITURE - 23-3- 45-l- y. IK. IKogrers al to-da- y Son. y. e. Balls Balsam never-fallin- g CONSUMPTION, J I W 21-C- fl pjWjWvw ''ffipiwrr h- 3 j J,' E1 Ir;,. Br.'-- " TMumuir.wiHTjni , tiatiwBaaaMmnxuiiiu- - ! II A- I I TIME TABLE. TUAINS WEST. TitfiO 5):40 ' The follinviiiiz titno talilo in now off not upon tlio L fc N. roiul: ft at. m & ;.' n. ui. n. m him. Around him wore his heartwife, also Mrs SnlO p. m. broken and devoted Briggs, an affectionate noice, two of 7:38 his Bonn, the Messrs. Robinson, sonsof Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs. Menard, of T3AINBKABT Guir intpo.l Cure for Piles of whatever kind of Ho.lSlonvmi Frnnkfort. . 10:10 u, Ul Galveston, Mr. W. E. Kendall, S orAd'sree Exterii.il. Iiitcrmil. Hllnrtor this city, Judge Kittroll and Mr. 111. 4:.15 INo. 20 Ioiivob Frnnkfort Itchl 'K. Cliro ilc. Ucct'iitor predltnry. Tills Taliaferro. llemedy lias nos'tlvelr nevi-- been known to full. No .24 nrrl7cs Frnnkfort. .... 7.48 p- flonl tv n From yesterday at noon his doath S 1.00 on box, Gbuxis, for $5.00; written mull 'Jilfi p.m. A No. 22 loaveB Frnnkfort was momentarily expected, but his positively given oft prlje. purchaser of (lirirantee e ich six boxes, No?. 23, 17 raid 21 connect nt Lngrnnge last breath was drawn at tho hour when purcniitud fit one lmo. to refnii" trie 45 on 2:1 mid 21 counoot above named bo-tasuod by J. W :for Oincinnntl. Shortly after his death pulil Ir not enrol. Guur.intea s mt A.nohorngo for Blootnflold Unuiuli. others camo in and remained until (1AYLE. nnl LKCJOMPTB& GAYLK CO.. for nnd Sole Aionts. Fmnktort, Ky. Call W. W. Axkxandkii, this morning. Jan. sample Ajjont. Judge Cleveland was born in Brock-inridgcounty, Ky., August 25, 1824, As and hence was in his GStli year. Tlie Old Original Remedy early as 1833 his father moved to BraLeads. zoria county, Texas. At the ago ol 13 he entered the When Baby wa3 sick, wo gave her Castorla. Sick people should not bo deceived ofllco of the Texas Republican, pub"by pretenders who talk about lished in Brazoria, which was worked When showos a Child, 9ho cried for Castorla. ''germs," l,baccilli," &c, to off on tho first printing press ever When she become Miss, she chins to Castorla. sell their preparations, thus prevent- brought to Texas. After spending When she had Children, sho gavo them Castorla. ing people from buying the original some time in this olllco and that of tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe the Telegraph, a newspaper publishKiller" is what you need. It is now, ed in Brazoria, ho entered Ruter's and for years has been, making College, in Fayette county, and gradmore cures than all other remedies uated with tho degroo of master of Dr. Mciwlcrsoii on tlie combined. Read their advertisement arts. Capital. paper. Don't be deceived. In tho same year he went to Galin this veston to live, his father having taken Game CIul). up his residence there tho previous Rev. H. A. M. Henderson, D. D., Tlie Fisli venr. Ho immediately bncran the formerly of this city, writes to the interesting meeting of tho study of law, and was admitted to the Cincinnati Post as follows: Another Liberty in 1814. Franklin County Fish and Game bar at practiced law at Liberty for Kentucky has been agitating CapiHe Club was hold at the Council Cham- twenty-flv- o years, and built up a largo tal removal for 50 years, and thus ber on Thursday night. Twonty-:soyo- n and lucrative practice, havingachiev-e- d continues her Legislature and public an enviable reputation as a lawyer. officers in a group of incongruous now members wore enrolled. From Liberty Judge Cleveland and inconvenient buildings discrediCommunications wore read from tho that in the sixth Legislature, it being table to tho taste and wealth of Roger Louisville Fish and Game Club, after served the administration of Govern- prosperous Commonwealth. during which the club decided, by unanimous or Peas. In 1861 ho served as a del- Hanson provoked tho ire of Frankfort in a speech, saying: It is nature's vote, to connect itself with tho Stato egate from the First district in tho penitentiary, walled in by unscalable secession convention, and greatly organization, which now numbers to get Onco in distinguished himself as a member of hills. go through it, tunnel or out one swim a a must about 1,000 members. the committee of safety selected and Nevertheless, it is a very A bill for the protection of game, appointed by that convention. In river. I a I its citizens prepared by the State Club, and 1800 he was elected judge of the First picturesque location, and intelligence aro remarkable for their which will be hereafter introduced in judicial district of Texas, and he held and hosmtalitv. It is centrally lo una position on trie nenon until retho Legislature, was read, discussed moved by Provisional Governor Ham- cated, easy of access, and has but few of the adjuncts that corrupt le ono of tlit bent in tlie State, and and referred to a committee. e are prepared to turn ilton in 1865. In June, 1871,' Judge Cleveland re- legislators. Lexington would rather following Board of Directors The Frankfort than moved to Galveston and formed a it would remain at the latter prewere reported by the officers and ap- law out, on snort notice, partnership with Judge A. H. go to Louisville, and ' proved by the club: Willie, of that city, and has contin- fers that it stay where it is than that to Lexington. As City George L. Payne, J. McOlusky ued to reside in that city ever since. it should go About forty years ago, upon the Frankfort is Between the competing IBlayney, F. V. Gray, C. O. Furr. resignation of Judge Gustavo Cook, cities, the Capital is likely to remain County T. N. Sullivan, Sidney ho was appointed by Governor Ross in that happy valley. Bedford, Alex Macklin, Wm. Bed- judge of tho criminal district court Dr. Henderson does not quote Gen. ford. for Harris and Galveston counties, Roger Hanson correctly. Tho speech The Franklin County Club now his death leaves that oflice vacant. Reprehas been twico was delivered in the House of Judge numbers eighty members, with new married, Cleveland marriage having sentatives during the session of 1855-his first' additions constantly added. The in- - been in Liberty, in 1849. His last when Gen. Hanson was one of the torfisfc is crowintr. The farmers are wlfn nfcill mirvivfiH hfm as well .is sov- Representatives from Fayette county. sons of the former marriage, all v uniting in tho movement since their of whom have been in attendance at He said Frankfort was the seat of an interests and protection against law- his bedside. clique; it was God underground less trespassers are made one of tho Judgo Cleveland was a Mason in Almighty's sinkhole; that ypu could high standing, having become a mem- not get out of it without climbing a objects of tho organization. Tho ber has promised us over eight and of Liberty Lodge, No. 48, in 1848, hill, swimming a river orgoing under x was master of the Lodge for sixmillions of young fish to restock our teen years. He hadalso taken the ground. streamB if protection is given. The Royal Arch degrees and was deputy That speech cost Gen. Hanson a dynamiter and fish destroyer must district grand master for several seat in Congress, for when he ran as years. g go. or Native AmeriIt may be truly said of the deceas- tho 0 Tho next meeting of the Club will ed that in all of tho walks of life, can candidate against James B. Olay, "be held at the Council Chamber on whether as a citizen, lawyer, judge the Democratic candidate, Franklin or business man, his Friday night, February 19th, at 7:30 been above reproach. character has county, which had for years been a rft g stronghold, o'clock. Whig and The following is the list of mem-"borgave Olay a majority sufficient to W2mt a Cough. E. E. Hume, Geo. Darsie, L. D. elect him. Will you heed tho warning; tho raig, S. R. Smith, O. O. Furr, Geo. signal perhaps of the sure approach Sliiloli's Consumption X. Payne, J. McOlusky Blayney, of that moro terrible disease ConCure. G. F. Borry, F. V. Gray, If. O. sumption? Ask yourself if you can Murray, Jos. Swigert, L. C. Norman, aflbrd, for the sake of saving 50c, to This is beyond question tho most wo have Alex. Macklin, M. P. Gray, Hugh run tho risk and do nothing for it. successful Cough Medicine invariably over sold, a few doses We know from experience that liodman, Richard Orutchor, Fox worst cases of Cough, Shiloh's Cure will euro your cough. euro the Bronchitis, while its wonO. Chapman, Jas. Hawkins, W. novor fails. This explains why Croup and It Dr. G. F. Thompson, V. B. Bridge-ford- , moro than a Million Bottles wore derful success in tho euro of Conthe parallel OhasBercaw, J. M. Todd, Henry sold the past year. It relieves croup sumption is without a Since itsinfirst cough at once. history of medicine. Ellwanger, 0. M. Bridgoford, Henry and whooping be Mothers, do not without it. For discovery it has been sold on a Duvall, W. J. Lewis, G. R. Sneed, Ben lame back, side or chest uso Shiloh's guarantee, a test which no other you Lewis, B. R. Bacon, Ned Church Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W medicine can stand. Ifyou have a Blank Books of ail kinds gotten up in the highest style of to try it. coumrh wo earnestly ask 37 Richard Church, Louis Todd, J. B. Gayle. $1. If your lungs Price 10c, 50c and Dryden, Geo. A. Lewis, Moso O'Conare sore, chest or back lame, uso the art. Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates. Job Garfield Club. Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. nor, A. W. Overton, D. 0. Orutchor, "Work of all kinds solicited. 37 W. Gayle. Bedford, Thos. H. Hi ties, Jos. Thos. Tho members of tho Garfield Olub Sohweers, Jas. Gibbons, "W. 0. Bod-for- are requested to attend tho meeting Darby's Prophylactic Dan G. Newman, W. E. Baxter, this evening at 7:30? at headquarters ReTho Will Use it in every sick-rooG. Stedman, W. O. Williams, Walter in tho Sower building. publican members of the Legislature Robt. Burns Wilson and all visiting Republicans aro also keep the atmosphere pure and Franklin, Br., wholesome; removing all bad odors P. H. Carpenter, Foster Baird, Jos. invited. 0. A. Nelson, President Hodman, Charles G. Payne, Jas. F. from any source. W. H. VanWinkle, Secretary. AVithrow, Ed. Crittenden, R. P. PepWill destroy all Disease Germs, per, jr., Marvin Averill, Thod Sulli- NO HABITATION. infection from all Fevers and all van, W. II. Sneed, B. 0. Milam, J. A. There can be no habitation in the contagious diseases. Murray, R. K. McOluro, Jno. B. Meek, blood or body for poisonous microbes The eminent physician, J. MariW. L. Tanner, Fred Gordon, Jeff when Swift's Specific outers tho on Sims, of New York, says: "I system. It character of Jones, J. II. Graham, Frank Hallo-ra- tho blood changes tho germs must am convinced Chat Prof. Darby's so that tho Goo. Shinklo, Z. T. Thomasson, either perish or got out, and of Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu Jno. Gallery, Wash Orutchor, J. L. course tlioy loavo. S. S. S. also able disinfectant " 21 Waggoner, Sidney Bedford, J. W. forces out the poison which tho microbes have left behind. there J. W. Pruett, J. L. Price, Garrard is a sore or ulcer tho poisonIf comes Suclcleu's. Arnica Salve. Rodman. out through that, othorwiso through The best salve in the world fot People call it backache and do tho skin. Buffered much from con- Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt "Having nothing for it until tho doctor is call- tagious blood poison, aftor using half Tetter, ed and he pronounces it rhoumatism. a dozon Bottles of Swift's Speoifio, I Rheum, Fever Sores, they had used Salvation Oil in time was restored to perfect health, and Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, If tho doctor's bill could have boon all eruption sores dianppoar. You and all Skin Eruptions, and posisavod. aro at liberty to make any uso of my tively cures Piles, or no pay restatement that you wish. J. Okosuy Xy. Cleveland. Judge Byuon, 208 Third Avonuo, Pittsburg, quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re Pa." Tho following notico of tho death of Troatiso on blood andSkinDisoaseB funded. Price 25 cents per box. Judgo 0. L. Cleveland, brief mention mailed freeFor sale by South Side drug store, Swii'T Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. of which appears on tho fifth page P. H. Carpentkk. of thiB paper, is from tho Galveston Special Sale Daily News of tho 9th iiiBt.: X,. Tisx., Feb. 8. Tho death Of Towels on Tuosday, Fobruary 16th, Houston, S. D. Johnson & Go's. of Judgo 0. L. Olovoland, of tho crim- at 431 West Main Street, I.oulsvlllo, Ky. inal district court of Harris and counties, occurred thiB mornWatches, clocks and jowolry of Brokers in Stocks and Bonds, 215, 217 and 219 St. Glair Street, Up Stairs, Frankfort, Ky. ing at 2:15 o'clock at tho Capital standard brand at Coppersmith's, be- ON COMMISSION ONLY. NKG0TI.VTK9 and farm Hotol, where ho was taken ill nearly sides sold at doadrook prices. 23-- live lo'ins on townInvestment property on 0110 to vears time. Hecur tlea for sale. St. Olair atroot. six wookB ago. Fob. 1U lim. 11. e. w. No.20lonveBFrnnlcfort No. 17 lonvoH Frankfort No. 21 leaver Frnnkfort .No lOlenvo Frnnkfort Despite the fact that it was not unexpected, the scene at the deathbed was ono that would movetho Btoutost heart. The stillness of the night wns unbroken savo by the weeping of those who had long known and loved yGrSTX JAPANESE Vy WML Drm:-Klst- pre-pali- ! . THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. lC-J- e "Mi-crobl- ." Everybody takes it. Everybody heads it. subscription Only $1 Per Year. S and Our UUo eJCS Ao if L If 6 el a t vra gov-ornmo- nt tfyv6tftvvd Know-Nothin- yovv4 &&r Know-Nothin- a: tli, -- Res-pas- s, BINDERY, k- - d, STEREOTYPIC in all its Brandies. n, All york promptly executed, and satisfaction guaranteed. C iv W. HALSEY, GEO. A. LE Proprietor. Gal-voBt- 1 45-l- y. Ilnlin HiilMnln mmrn M -- ll post-offi-ce J .i His Side of the Case. sweetheart, to say "good by." days were brought vividly to mind, fondly cherished hopes, now Frank Steele, who was indicted by almost past beyond recall, were pre- tho last grand jury in the Unitod sented as poBsiblo of realization. Said Mr. Jones, "Sallie, I love you, and States Court upon tho charge of inyou onlv, and it is now or novel'." timidating government witnesses, Miss Saliio said, "Now," and within came down, on Saturday and an hour they were on tho road to gavo bond for his appoaranco accompanied by Walter Frankfort, Wigginton and Harvey "Wash, whero at tho June term of Court, Dr. John they were married at 9 o'clock Wed- McKee and Oapt. Thos. Steele benesday, February 3. Tho happy coming his bondsmen. coupln. continued their journey to While here Mr. Steele mado the Ballard county on a visit to a brother following statement to tho Roundof the bride. about of his sido of the case: That Got a Government Job. at the time ho is charged with committing the offense ho did not know n Richard H. Higdon, tho the Whites wero at Mrs. Welch's or colored barber, has been appointed by anywhere near; that ho first stopped the Post Ofllco Department weigher of his buggy to enable his conpanion, tho mails which arrive and depart Bauor, to recover his hat, and from this city over tho Louisville and that at was the time he go on By-gon- MAMFOfiT fcrtered at the ROUNDABOUT. at Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable matter. as second-clas- s p& Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared onlv from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. LOUISVILLC, ANNOUNCEMENT. For Circuit Clerk. We lire nuthorlzed to nnnounte WALTEK FUANKHN as ii candidate lor Circuit Court Clerk subject to tho action of tho Democratic ritiO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. Party. FRANKFORT, FEB. IS, 1802. Wo nro authorized to announco THOMAS D FOHD as u candidate for Clruilt Clerk of Franklin county, subject to tho Democratic primary election, March 10, 18U2. Jan. Ote. Tlic Fish Bill. Last week a bill for the better pretention of fish in the waters of the State, passed the house, and should also pass the Senate. The bill forbids the erection of any mill dam, or other obstructions across any of the- running waters, unless suitable fish ways bo arranged. The county courts shall not grant, permission for such obstructions, unless said fishways are provided. The county courts shall, within six months after the passage of the act, For Sheriff. We are Authorized to announco JAMES WAKEFIELD as a candidate for Sherllf Frnnklln county, subject to the action of Democratic primary, Murch 19, 1692. or tho AW"-NE- R M". Jim. well-know- Wo aro authorized to announco ,TAS. G .BR as a candidate for Sherllf of Franklin county, subject to the u tton of the lemocrntlc party at the primary election to bo held March 19, 1892. Dec.l9-te- . S ih ft' i tfV He will Nashville Railroad. duty on Wednesday next, tho 17th inst., and will recievo three dollars a day for his services The appointhave such fishways provided at all ment was made upon the recommendams, &c, now existing, said fishways dation ofPostmaster James M. Saffell. to be made and maintained by the of Council' owners. Under a penalty of $10 to Resignation man Payne. $25 fine, it makes it unlawful to place , or such any seine, drag-ne- t, Mr. John W. Payne, Councilman contrivance to take fish, which fine from tho First Ward, tendered his shall be worked out on the streets or resignation at the meeting of the roads, if not paid. It makes the City Council on Tuesday evening, placing of any drugs, dynamite, or and it was accepted. Mr. Payne has using any other explosive, punishable been one of the best members of by a fine of 25 with the working present Council, discharging penalty, if not paid. Persons finding the of the position duties tho nets or other contrivances in the faithfully and honestly, looking alone waters have the right to destroy to the best interest of the city, and them, for which they shall be paid one it is a misfortune to the people that dollar each from the county treasury. his health compells him to retire The person reporting violations of from ofllco at this time. the act shall be paid $5 for each case reported, in which there is a convicto Stay Here. Wants tion. Circuit judges must make the act a special charge to grand juries. The Lexington Gazette, in speaking The taking of minnow and other of the Capital removal, has this to bait by trot lines or other devices, is say: not prohibited under the act If Frankfort has grown up around the paBsed, the law will go into effect at capital and it enters into its life and once. It is a good law, and if prop thoughts, and if it bo any benefit to eny enlorced will soon cause our that cherry little burg, 'in God's a it. streams to be bountifully supplied name let her keep have the capital We would prefer to with fish for all. just where it is than in any other The farmers throughout the county town in the Commonwealth and for should join the Fish and Game Club almost thirty years we have contendenough and is that and assist that organization in en- ed let it FrankfortThogood to alone. richest and best forcing the act when it becomes a people of Lexington don't want it and nobody here wants it to go to law. Louisville, and the cry of Lexington speculators don't count for anything Fire in tiie Country. in a contest of this kind. set-net- It ft f Years ago the boys of Frankfort, Ky., used to go swimming in the Kentucky river just above the L. & N. railroad bridge, where there is on the west shore a high ledge of rocks abruptly rising from tho edge of the water. They had a rope fastened to the Jimb of a tree near the brow of IH. E. C. WKST'fi NKIlVKASn BltAIN Tr.KlT- the cliff, and would in turn catch this mknt, n cirir.tntced sjv cillc for Hsterlu, rope, give a short run, swing out Convulsions, It. Nervous Neuralgia. Headache. Nervous Probation causal by the over tho deep water and drop off to of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness. Mental iixo enjoy the plunge, swimming back to pression, Softening of tho Brain resulting In DeInsanity and leadlim to misery. duey and death, the shore to repeat the operation. Loss of Power Premature Old Axe, Darrenet-sFollowing the boys every hot sumsex, Involuii'niy ami Spermamer afternoon to this famous bathing In either caused by overexertion of tlio brain, f torrhoea bull-doownMich box contains spot was a big brindlo or month's treatment. SI. CO ed by the late Wm. H. Gray, bearing one S5 00, sent by mull prepaid a box. or six boxes on receipt of price. for the euphonious name of Bluch. Old Bluch seemed to relish the sport as WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. much as the boys. He would, in turn with the rest, seize the ropo in To euro nnv case. With each ord rrecelved by us $5.0, we his teeth, make a short run down the for six boxes, accompanied with guarantee will to rethe purchaser our written slope to the edge of tho bank, swing send the money If the treatment does not effect fund out over the water and drop off, just a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE &. (iAYLE CO., und J. W. UAYLE, as the boys did, with a big splash into the stream below. Swimming back Frankfort, Ky. he would await his turn with eagerness, and no one dared to cheat him out of his place in tho line: if they attempted it his fierce growls and display of teeth showed his readiness We will pay tho above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Heada?he, Into fight for his rights. Poor Bluch! digestion, Constipation, orCostlveness wo cannot Like his owner and many of thoso cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the who used to take tho afternoon directions are strictly compiled with. They are purely Vegeiuble, and never fall give satisfacplunges with him, he is now resting tion. Siifrar Coated . Large boxes,to containing SO peacefully under the sod. Forest and Pills, 25 cents. Hewarof conuterfelis und ImiStream, of Feb. 4. tations. The genuine manufactured only by THE The above was thought to bo a "dog ILL. JOHN C.by WEST C MPANY, CHICAGO, ull drujjgls . For sale story," but Uncle Jim Todd, Col. A. II. McClure, Capt. Jake Swigert and other old citizens are willing to vouch for tho truth of it, as thoy have seen "Old Bluch" perform the feat of SMALL DISTILLERY. NOW operation, for swinging out and jumping off at A In bargain. Apply sale cheap. Only $1,000. to A rare "Shelving Rock" frequently. M.T.MITCHELL, Ju'i.2S-tf- . Frankfort. Ky. William Is Right. Not only "Old Bluch" and his masLast week we announced tho marriage of Mr. John II. Jones and Miss Bill Nye says "a man may use a ter are gone, but tho bathing place has boon destroyed. Some of our Saliio M. "Wigginton, of tho Elmvillo neighborhood, at tho residence of wart on tho back of his neck for a "city dads," who forgot how much on tho hack coach fun thoy had there when boys as soon Mr. W. A. Howard, in this city. Tho collar button; ride (MONDAY 221), a railway train to save interest on as they got into tho Council, passed ON FEBRUARY COURT DAY twenty following, from the Stamping Ground of llvo mule 10 o'clock. I will sell his money till tho conductor goes an ordinance forbidding bathing mures nt tho .rourt house at Versailles, to the correspondent of the Georgetown reserve. Tim lot Is com- highest bidder, without stop his watch at night to of largo, lino joung mares. They have been Times, tells why tho young peoplo around; save wear and tear; leave his i' or 't' there and had the rocky shelves, on red to Imported Jacks. Among them are some came to this city in such haste and without a clot or cross to save ink; which the boys loved to sit and kick excellent roadsters and some good work marcs. Tho above toek Is sold for no fault of their own wore married so early in the morn- pasture his mother's grave to save their feet in tho water, broken off. but to ninko room for my Increasing number of thoroughbreds. ing. lour months time without Interest will bo corn; but a man of this sort is a gentleAre You in It; given on gojd security. Quito a "breeze" was created by an man and a scholar compared to a J. N.CAMDEN, JR, elopement in tho neighborhood of Feb. Tho marriage of fellow that will take a newspaper If not, why not? Why don't you Elmvillo last week. Mr. John Jones to Miss ivy intzgerald two or three years and whon asked always keep on hand a bottle of Dr. was sot for February 4th. Tho con- to pay for it puts it in tho ofllco and Halo's Household Cough Ourotoallay EoTo'ttho first irritation caused by a suddon sent of the old folks had been granted, cold. This is tho finest remedy in tho tho bridal trousseau had been provid- has it marked refused." Bill's head is exactly level, if it is world for every kind of cough. You ed, the preacher "beBpoko"and preparations for tho expected event wero bald, and in tho above ho expresses feel tho good effect of tho first doso, in progress; but two days before tho our sentiments exactly with regard and by thorough using your cough 1b soon cured. 25 and 50c. bottles at hour appointed, Mr. Jones called on Miss Sallie Wigginton, daughter of to several people in this neck of tho Carpenter's South Sido Drug Store. I Frankfort, Ky. 3 'Squire Milt Wigginton, a former woods. , The residence of Mr. John F. Fire Wednesday Niglit. Church, on the Peak's Mill pike, five miles from this city, was destroyed The residence of Richard Bufiin, by fire early Wednesday morning. on tho east end of Holmes street, was Mosd of the furniture and clothing of destroyed by fire about 0 o'clock the fumily was saved. The loss is Wednesday night. The house was ho about eighteen hundred dollars, with far beyond the last fire hydrant on fourteen, hundred insurance, on the street that the fire department could not reach it with the hose in house and funiture. The house was built about a hun- time to do much good, as a second dred years ago, the frame being putto-gethe- r trip had to be made to the engine with draw pins, and burnt very house for additional hose. Tho ad slowly, which enabled Mr. Church, joining property was saved but the his sons and neighbors to get out house and contents wore totally denearly all the furniture. There was stroyed. The family were away from no wind blowing at the time, and by home at the time, Bufiin being in a liberal use of water from a large Lexington and his wife down in the cistern in the yard, the smoke house, city, and tho origin of the fire is unice house and other outbuildings known. The loss is about 300, and is covered by insurance. were saved. Mrs. Church has been an invalid for a year past and was carried out Saved From tiie Flames. of the house in the arms of her son, Mr. M. D. Avorill was coming to Mr. Ned Church, and taken to a house town one day last week and when he on the place occupied by negroes, reached tho residence of Mr. S. E. where she remained until the arrival Dunlap, a mile and a half from tho Mr. M. P. Gray, of her on the Lawrenceburg pike, he from this city, who brought her homo city, saw that the roof of tho building was with him. o n fire, and notified Mr Dunlap, who The furniture was stowed away in was at his stable and had not noticed the barn and Mr. and Mrs. Church, flames. Mr. Dunlap and two Mr. Ned and Miss Drue Church are the men who were at the house attempted making their home temporarily with to get upon the roof but failed, and Mr. Gray in this city, while Mr. Mr. Averill rode down to tho Cedar Henry Church has fixed up temporary quarters in an out house at the farm Run Distillery for assistance, when several of the employes went up and until a now house can be built. firo out. A The fire was caused by a spark in a little while had the hole was burnt in the roof, but fno from a chimney setting fire to a sparserious damage was done to tne inrows nest on tne roof. terior of tho building. A defective flue caused tho trouble. One Girl Got Left. son-in-la- Mr. Welch ho to pay a negro woman, who lived near that lady, for some washing, and could not say that Mrs. Welch fired the shot, as his back was turned toward her house at the time. While he was at tho house of the colored woman White and wife came out of Mrs. Welch's, White having a gun in his hand, got into their surrey and drove by him, and when they had gone about forty yards past, "White jumped out of tho vehicle and shot at him, his wife trying to prevent him from shooting. That when he, Steele, returned the fire he did not try to hit White. Ho also states that there was no reason why he should want to intimidate the Whites, as ho knew they had tried before and while here in attendance upon court to havo the indictment against him for sending an obscene letter through the mail dismissed. That White has stated to different parties in Woodford county since the shooting, that he tried to kill Steele because he knew that if the obsceno letter case ever came to trial Steele would produce evidence which would be damaging to his wife's character. Steele also claims that another witness against him is an who served a term in tho Penitentiary for grand larceny, and was never pardoned. Steele also claims that tho fact that when the cases against him and White for shooting at each other were tried before the County Judge of Woodford county he was discharged and White held in one hundred dollars bond, shows that ho was not to blame in the matter. by fired upon had stopped subject to the Democratic primary election. 14-t- Wearenuthorlzed to announce R. D. ARMSTRONG nsu candidate for Sheiilf of Franklin county, subject to the action of tho D'niocratle convention of Saturday, March lllh, 1892. We are authorized to announco A. G.JEFFERS-a- s a candidate for Sherllf of Franklin county,, $100 TIIKRE on REWARD- - the streets or Frinkrort ,on Monday. February 1, 1892, four hundred and eighteen' dollars in money und u line gold open case w.itcb. Hiidchuln. Iwlllpaytheaboe reward for tho arrest und conviction of tho thief. A. J. SHOWALTER. Feb.O-tf- WAS STOLEN FUOM MY POCKETS---1 . Farm for Sale. bargain. For terms and other Information call on, Dec. .IAS. ANDREW SOOTT. TARM OF I. G. MARKSBURY, ONE MILK from Bagdad, hy containing 120 acres, well Improved und ull In grass, will be sold at u. F SAN FRANCISCO. CAU KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. NO LOTTERY $14,400 In Gold Coin. To be Given Away Absolutely, one for only $2.00 con secure both and the Louisville. Ky Weekly Courler-Journfor ono yearwlth the opportunltr of making estimates for ti e unprecedented offers of one prize of $10,000 In Gold Coin, and 44 prizes of $100 each In Gold Sample copy of tho Weekly Courier-Journ- al, Coin. containing full particulars, uin be sien tit this ofllce. Or on application to Courlr-Journ- al Company. Louisville. Ky, a copy will be furnished to any address freo of charge. Any al Courier-Journal'- Advice to Wokeh If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation you must use ,;2 i BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR April 26, 1888. OARTEHSTILIiE, This Trill certify that two members of my family, after having suffered for Immediate years from Menstrual Irrccularlty, being treated without benefit by physicians, wero at length completelycureaby ono bottlo of Bradflcld's Female Kegulator. Its effect Is truly wonderful. J. W. Stbancie. 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A. $500 Reward! nmitm m 'iamm Feb. 0-- 'iSSSrSii MILE6 9U:3m W A 110 P1LJSyiMKvmiWmI "Wto LVBT HMWI'Ui Wm I I .v tfllES IMnWi mmmmm& SMMSi TIIF. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST FOR SALE SOUR-MAS- Georgetown to lb Umi Time, 25 Hours. ntlre i'nlns, li'tt'dh Cir. Diy Coaohc-Sleepers run tliimmh without el. ino. THE SHORTEST AND yUlCKldT to For Sale! For Sale. Georgetown Jacksonville, Als x.; r Time. 26 Hours, Throuptl 'Meopers without change line between Cincinnati and Ky.. Lkxinoton, Time. 2 VI KNOXVII.1.K, ThN.N., " 17 Abiikvii.lk, N. 0., " The Short' Hours. Cjwttanoooa,"Ti:n.v., ATLANTA, BIHIIINUUAM, 13-I- t. B. Franklin port, r Tox.i , Mexico and California. L0 o Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway u'uto.vn fi:15it. in.,itrrlvoClncliuatllO:2u-a- . via m. Quicker than any other Hue. All trains urrU at departfrom Central Unlou Depot, Cincinnati, FRANK V.', W00LLEV Traveling I'iibr. Agt. LexliiKton, Ky. O.C. HARVEY, D. EDWARDS, Vlce-l're- Direct 16 " (ii., ' 1IJ ALA., " Connections at New OrleniiMiid Shrove " n " " l'or Rates, Muns,tvr..auarei' y. CINCINNATI. '. J. ' P. A- AT m . i '""Tffapjt'rT i rfT-iT"I- ?YH jjii ywn'Jf r "7TT JIJPipMfflUUMI.M JJI i FliANKFOKT ROUNDABOUT might burn down before tho person 1 Tliey discovering tne lire could awaken tno Arc Getting tlie Busi- FRANK FORT, FEB. 10, 1892. See Dr. Walter's art. In another column fordayandduto of his next visit. His coming vlfdt will bo one day later than his last visit. Consult him at Capital Hotel, Saturday, February 27th, 1892. m Into Journalism. Mr. Tom Stagg, formerly of this city, but now of Louisville, has accepted a position on the Louisville Commercial, and went to work last Monday. Tom is a very bright young man, and will, no doubt, make a success in his now venture. Got the Money. &T .v. w W 1 V r . . niment. This is tho only proper way to Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. arrange tho key business, as a house Children A warrant upon the National Treasury for $600,641 was issued on Monday in favor of the State of Kentucky, it being the State's share of the re- getting caught. Milt. Scarce was in On one occasion funded direct tax. It has been retown on a periodical spree and came ceived by the Governor and placed to into tho Paris Hotel. Several of the tho credit of tho. school fund. boys got hold of him, took him over and put him in "the cage" in the old Will Hold On. market-house- . They then told him All tho talk about the State Treas- John Morgan had possession of the urer, Hon. H. S. Hale, resigning has town, that thoy knew ho had been come to naught. He has announced his paroled by Morgan on a previous intention of serving out his term, has raid and that ho had violated his rented the residence of Mrs. Mary 0. parole. Tom Hamilton personated Hayoraft on Third street, will move Gen . Morgan and ordered that Scarce his family hero in a few days and oc- be shot. Ho was taken out behind cupy it. the old Court House and made to m - ' stand upon an ash pile. Will Eringer Is Your Nerve Steady, stood beside him, while Billie Payne got down on all fours behind him. Or do you tremble and feel that you A soldier of tho Eighteenth Kentucky are breaking; that your nervous syswas doing tem Is giving way. If you have a Infantry, which regiment weak, nervous system the very best post duty there at the time, took position in front of Scarce to do thing you can do is to begin using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. the shooting, and at the command It is the finest Nerve Tonic known fire shot his pistol off in the air. At and will restore you to health and vigor. Don't delay. Got a free Bam- - the same time Eringer pushed Scarce y South Side backwards over Payne and he fell Ble Store.at Carpenter's 3 with a dull thud. With a groan he to was dying and Will Be Valedictorian. said he his will. Whileproceeded the one of make Mr. Georgo F. Bagby, formerly of boys was was writing out his last this city, will graduate from the wishes the "lookout" notified us that Pulto Medical College, in Cincinnati, the patrol guard was coming, and the gang scattered. M. D , immediately next month as a Wo went up a back street, around by and has been honored by his class in being elected to deliver the valedic- the Christian Church, across over to tory. His many friends here wish Ple.iBant street, thence down to the him abundant success in his chosen rear of the hotel, and got into the office in time to hoar tho town marprofession. shal inquiring who had been fooling Saturday Niglit. with Scarce, as ho had just heard him Carved making a racket in the market-houswas set upon and and when he went over to see what Mr. Lewis Sneed badly cut by somo unknown per- was tho matter, Scarce said he was son Saturday night. He was found mortally wounded and wanted some lying upon Clinton street with an blankets and something to eat. ugly gash across the back and a stab On another night General in the neck. Neithor wound is danbody servant and a lot of gerous, and ho was able to be out on other coons wore sitting on the curbTuesday. stone, near where George Ingleb' stablo used to be, and making a conTlie Ladies. siderable racket. A lot of white boys went around on what was then called The pleasant effect and perfect Backstreet, climbed over a fence safety with which ladies may use the near where Uncle Johnny Harned California liquid laxative Syrup of lived, went into tho back yard and Figs, under all conditions, makes it threw rocks ovor tho housetop in their favorite remedy. To get tho among the coons, scattering the true and genuine article, look for the crowd in a hurry. Gem Burbridge's name of the California Fig Syrup Co., servant was hit on the foot with a printed near the bottom of the pack-ag- rock, the ' General, who was in the 22 Paris Hotel parlor, como out with his pistol drawn and wanted to clean up At "Fleetwood." tho town, but no one knew who rocks or that any had been Tho YoungLadies Euohre Club were threw the thrown. elegantly entertained Monday evenlong before ing by Miss Christine Reynold's at her Ono dark, rainy night lighted with tho streets of Paris were home, "Floetwood," noar this city. gas, a couple of boys got dark lanTho party was given in honor of Miss Reynold's guest, Miss Belle Clay, of terns and hid on the Cottontown lame darkey camo Lexington. The prizes were both bridge. An old on crutches across stumping along olegant and usoful and wore won by brideo, when tho bull's eye of Miss Bollo Clay and Mr. John Colo-ma- tho both lanterns wore turned on him at once out of the darkness. The poor Death of Judge Cleveland. old nogro fell off his crutches and nearly died from fright. Ho sworo A telegram was received by rela- tho next day that ho had seen tho tives in this city announcing tho devil on tho bridge that night, that death of Judge 0. S. Cleveland, of his oyes woro big as moons and spurtGalveBton, Texas, of peritonitis, ed firo at him. Judge Cleveland Monday morning. Somo of tho same boys who wero was tho husband of Miss Louise Har-- . mixed up in tho above devilment aro d dio, formorly of this city, and was now men in Paris and holding court at Houbton at tho time have boys of their own, and if tho of his death. boys inherit any of their fathers' lovo of fun Brother Champ had better A Unci Idea. advise tho city dads of his town to put thosp keys in tho house. Wo understand that tho City CounFalse alarms aro turned in hero cil has about decided to have ono every fow days, and although thero key chained to each of tho alarm boxes, instead of placing keys at tho is a law fixing a heavy penalty for houses of porsons living near tho thosamo.no ono hasovorheon caught boxes. Wo also understand that tho turning in a fill ho alarm, no ono has Council will innko it exceedingly interesting for all persons found guilty been prosecuted for tho satno, and of turning in falBO alarms '.just for tho keys aro not loft hanging to tho fun," by imposing a hoavy fine, with boxes either. so many days in jail as an accompammto-da- tho citizen at whoso house tho koy is kept, and ' turn in an alarm. Tho Council will meet this evening to The energetic and efficient officers take action in tho matter. DoUrbon of tho Kentucky Midland Railway Nei08. s aro working up not only a aro freight tralfic but their passenger If tho Paris boys of y anything like they wore along in tho business is greatly increased. They '60s those keys had better bo placed sold on Wednesday, in addition to a in the keeping of careful porsons largo number of local tickets, four living in the vicinity of whero tho through tickets to Havana, Cuba, boxes aro located, for if they aro and two to Tampa, Florida. m . m chained to the boxes thero will be more fire alarms in Paris In ono Mr. Tobin Removed. night than tho whole fire department of Cincinnati could answer. It is all Tlio Board of Sinking Fund Com right for the Council to fix a heavy missioners, on Tuesday, elected Dr. penalty for turning in a false alarm, Walter H. Dale, of Woodford, phy but tho police will have an interest- sician at the Kentucky Penitentiary ing time catching the fellow who to succeed Dr. Hugh L. Tobin, who does it. A devilish boy could turn in has held the position for tho past two an alarm.in ''Nixvillo" and then, by years. Dr. Dale has had considerable a little lively running, could bo in experienco in the hospitals of New Cottontown" before it was discover- York City, and has only recently re ed that the alarm was false. We ran turned to Kentncky. with the boys in Paris for several years and know how easy it was to Dr. Hale's HouselioIdOint-nieii- t have a little fun in that city without first-clasto-da- ness. for Infants and Children. Cantorla euros gestion, "CMtorl a is oo well adapted to children I recommend It as superior to any prescription H. A. Altera, M. D., known to mo." Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. tht Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes Without injurious medication. Colic, Constipation, di- , "Tho use of 'Castoria' la so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the intelligent I arallles who do not keep Castoria within easy reah." Carlos JUnrrN, D.D., New York City. Lato Pastor Bloomlngdalo Uoformod Church. Tim CnRMUK " For several yoara I havo recommended your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to do so as it bos invariably produced benoflcul results." Edwin F. Pjuidxi. M. D., "Tho Vflnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Coin-Jur- 77 Muhrat Stbkt, Nkw York. Ta Ifc flnnaf. romnfltf th Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's South Side drug store. 5-- ly absolutely cures catarrh. It cur s Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cur s Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Ourts Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can o taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Bun s, Chilblains, Sores of long standii g, Corns and Bunions aro cured quick y: different from all else; superior to : 11 else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. 1 flin wnrlrL Feb. 13-l- I ocJQLUr. jy jayIyeJeeWlX Mn. J. I. Cask. Hickory Grovo Farm, homo ? Rocino, Wis., says: "After trying of every known remedy, I removed a large Bunch Z ot two years standing, from a 3 year old Ally, J with three applications of 5 Jay-Eye-Se-c) QUIKN'S OINTMENT. I IB8Rr I O m Tlie First Lecture. Dr Bemis, of Nashville, Tennessee, will deliver the first of a series of lectures upon tho economical questions of of the day. in tho lecture-rooPresbyterian, Church on the .First There Tuesday evening next. m lk- We have hundred of such testimonials. A. Price. 81.50 per bottle. Askyonrdrueslstforlt. If ho t d m aoca Keep u, senu us zsc. stamps or Bllver, box. noi TRADE MARK. "IV. of. It Is the bostpreparation I have ever used or heard S m I heartily recommend it to all Horsemen." XfMWmmmM B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. for trial jijcp y to-da- will be six lectures, one to be delivered each week, and tickets for the en. tire course have been placed at one dollar, and can be purchased at Bar- rett'8 news depot. DWARD CLAASSEN 1 PEiLCTIOJLl. -- Beware of Ointments for Catarrli tliat Contain Mercury, As 01 umber, GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - full-fledge- d e, Bur-bridge- 's tho sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous IPB AND FITTINGS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO surfaces. Such articles should never bo used except on prescriptions from JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK reputable physicians, as the damagff GUARANTEED. thoy will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Opposite State House, Fa iNKPORT, KENTUCKY. Hall's Catarrh Cure,manufacturedby F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken inThorough, Practical Instruction. ternally, and acts directly upon the Graduates assisted to positions. blood and mucous surfaces of the JBST Catalogue free. Write to system. In buying' Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the genuine. It as? BRYANT & STRATTQN BUSINESS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY. is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chenoy & Co. B"Sold by Druggist, price lb per 4. bottle. mercury will Burely destroy 3as Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets, MEEPiN -- A Terrible Dcatli. FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - o. lived near Peak's Mill, met with a horrible fate on Friday of last week. She was the victim of epilepsy and was standing near the firo when attacked with a fit. She fell face foremost into the fire and was nearly roasted alive before she could be rescued. Her face was horribly burned, her ej'es put out and her nose burnt off, from the effects of which she died the next day in tho greatest agony. A Miss Baily, who C. E. COLLINS & BRO.,, Hardware, Wall Paper and Decorations, Lime, Plaster,. Cement, Ghs;, Oils nd H vA Piials, Itasj, Iron, Steel, Setting, Sub, Eoars, Blix: ds, 5cs., 7o 7: d.or. S3act. and Siuells. ALSO A FULL LINE OF Sewer and In Operation. of Judge Tho Champion Saw-mil- l W. L. Pence, in Bellepoint, commenced running again on Saturday, after having been idle for soveral Judge Pence has four months. thousand logs on hand and will have enough more as soon an there is a log tido in the river to onablo him to run his mill the balance of the year IIo is turning out a first clans lot of lumber and is running a full force of hands. uWhon tho robins nest again." she said, "suppose my cold will get well." So ho felt very sad, but suddenly bethought him of Dr. Bull's Pipe, and Hack Salt. AIN AND LEWIS 8TSBZT-43-17. mW!ir JD HtmmmmtiFmKmlmW. Thorn mmmmWmmmWOmWmWSmmW SStLmmmWKmiiXkmmmmWmSlmmmm -r- r-KKFORT KENTUCKY, A NOVELTY OF n. STERLING MERIT. 5 VlOKv, UWL2 Ur?RW?v, PRICE PER PACKET, 15 CENTS. MM SWEET CORKK, It grey-haire- and thoso two woro happy. Price cents. Cough Syrup. Tho cough was cured 21 TV ttflfca f .t simmWmr1 BRIGHT EXCELLENT 4JlaAi'ri7ijt. JTrtiV FLAVOR. CREAM COLOR. mt. MiLJi- W. L. Coppersmith, the joweler, is tho leading repairer in tho city. 234 St. Clair street. 45-ly. For Sale! For Sale. m'il-- i msir s nt 10 o'clock, 1 will M'll UwiiU-llvtit tho Court Iioum) at Wrs.rlles. to tlii Iikiik i Tlio I t Ih compose,! ot r bidder without larce, lliw iimiitfiimrtfi. Thoy Imw Imm luwl I lucks. Anions them i r. somo r.wJ t roadster and mhho BOii.i work mans. i'lu Is M)!d for n riult of tliolrovn lnr iiboo stock to make loom for my JiicieaMnj; number if CnuirpaMcrt for cutting. Magulticcntly frlnBcI. rvN U ramrun'coi'HT day oionimy a' c VICE'S CHARMER Hound as a ball. Easy to robe. Price per 3PJEA.' pkt 13c evon on good security. 1'eb. 13 Kour niontlM tlmn without Interest will bi 2t. JiNi0lMDIJMiiIt JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, RY. Jan. Kmm VX71 fW7?lff 7"T vp T bWHl QK9JHHEI laferiMiil X i" JEZj. mmssa -- The Place to Buy Fine Wedding Presents The largest line to select from, the lowest prices and the most useful things to be found in any house in t a i the eitv. Ko trouble to show tfoods. Give mo WW apsOTj tzftttixo teff.M a call. .41 ffil"a.?liat3L3r For For Kentucky Central Eailwav "BLUB GRASS ROUTE,' Shortesland Quickest ruutetroi.i 15-tf. Religious. We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish made. Sunday-schoat Public worship at 11 and 7:30, conducted by Rev. W. 0. Taylor, the pastor. ol Baptist Church 9:30 in tho chapol. Southern Presbyterian Church will occupy his pulpit at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 o'clock p. m. Rev. W. G. Neville Tho a. m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. McClusky Blayney, D. D., the pastor. usual services First Presbyterian Ohuroh at 11 Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, will soccupy bis pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 7:30 p. m. Catholic Church The usual services at the Church of tho Good will be conShepherd ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, ties. the pastor. First mass at 8 a. m., second mass at 10:30 a. m, and vespers at 3 p. m. There will bo no preaching at the morning Christian Church supper at 10:30 a. m. or night. Lord's Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly prayat er meeting in the Lecture-room- , 7 the stream about three feet from where the bass had intercepted its flight, but unfortunately tho little gladiator failed to recover his prize, as it floated undisturbed down into the stream below. Gen. Geo. B. Crittenden, of Confederate fame, was the best basa fisherman I ever knew; his hook and lino have tested the fishing qualities of hundreds of streams from the California coast to tho River of Jordon in Syria; and he once said to me thr i this same stream of Elkhorn Creek was the best natural stream in the world, not the largest of course. Full of rocks and rocky ledges, gravel beds, shallows and trees and Sools shaded by forest well supby grassy banks plied with minnows and crawfish as food it has given in the years agone a rich harvest to thousands of Milam reels and as many enthusiastic anglers. But the seiner and dynamiter have sadly marred its glory, and recollection alone warms over the exploits and glorious fights of the days gone by. No big mouth bass there-- no dull, heavy splash and dead weight to pull in but only the trim, eager, active, gallant and dauntless small mouth bass fighting like a hero and game to tho last. The Creator made the white man and the Indian so he made the big mouth and the small mouth bass but the one is no more alike than the other in staying qualibass-produci- hit hard, as it fell dead or stunned in If you havo a buggy, carriage or Sale! Sale. set of harness which needs repairing take it to tho Kentucky Buggy and Harness Company on east Broadway. 22d), DAY ON FEBRUARY COURT twentj-flf- (MONDAY mures mule All work promptly executed. lu o'clock, will sell I iWIWMIII at the Court house nt Versatile., to the highest bidder without i eserve. Tin lot Is composed of large, line young mares. They have been bred to Imported JncSts. Anions them are Home excellent roadsters and some koo1 work m irs The ubove stock Is sold lor no fault of the r omi but to make room for my Increasing number of th iroughbred. Four months time without Interest will be given on good security. J. N. CAMDEN, JR. Feb. t. lU-2- OKNTKAL KKNTUCICY ro NORTH, EAST, ALL POINTS 1ST. AND UNO SOUTHWEST. VAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON wfPMk n, WM. CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- CINCINNATI. riCilKDL'LE IN EFFECT NOV. 15TH. 1891. W South Hound Dalij. REAL BSTA.TB A.GBNT A BEAD SHOT InriaMv right at the seat of difficulty, is accomplished by the sure and steady aim of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Don't nor a fool around with a pop-gu"Flint-lock,- " when this reliable "Winchester" Is within reach! The Qufck an direct route from Dr. Sage's treatment of Catarrh in tho Head i3 far superior to the ordinary, and when directions are reasonably well LOUISVILLE TO JtOKJUSJlS AND TEXAS) followed, results in a permanent cure. Don't longer bo 'indifferent to the veriOne bandied and fifty miles fied claims of this unfailing Remedy. The worst forms of Catarrh disap- - SHORTEST TO LITTLE UOCJL with the use or JJr. aage's uatarrh Remedy. Its mild, soothing, cleansing And the only route and healing properties effect a perfect and permanent cure, no matter how bad tho case, or of how long standing. It's Without Change of Cars. Franklin and tho adjoining countlri, and will alio sire ipftclni attention to the purohaei and tale of real aatat, collection of nta claim and the legottation of loani. PB1CTICK IN THB COURTS txiiresb lustlhiB Lve Cincinnati, blOuiii .""'y J.,1' Lxaun. o.6, Iaii L. bun. No. 8, Accoin. 0 r Lveuovingtyn, bWam oooiiiH muimi " Falmouth. J45UIH Slbpin 4sopm ouOpiu 2 65pm 6 8Cpm b lupin nrr " Arr " Cynlliian.i 104Aiui . . , Lexington . . 'Jbilpiu lliBam lOSbpiu munn 1123UMI 11 OOptu LOAM 1H! Hill Winchester 'Le Richmond Lve Ilereu A rr Winchester1 1210ml Lve Paris lSJpni Lve Richmond. Iii5pm . . . 1240pm 205pm .... . . jWpni O&Upm C15pin 7 05pm UUUpm . . . .... .... .... .... .... .... .... . . . . . . . . . . . . Lveillddk'sb'l). AirCuin'b(jiup. Lve""corbln. . . Lvo Williii'sb't'. Arr Jellieo.. . . Lve Richmond Lve Livingston. Lve London . . Arr Corbln. . . Lve corbln. . . Lvo Uarb'rvllle. Lve 1'lnevlllo. . ArrLivintston. bUDpni 316pm 410pm 4Cnpiu GOOpm Oo'Jpiu ti41iuil 7 35pm 7 05pm 4 COpm 5 45pm U . . S. Frankfort, Ky. u. Maudliler-Brisla- p. m. Methodist Church Rev. W. H. D. D., w convenes at 9:30a.m. tho medicine of the The Epworth League will meet in century, Its phenominal success as people and favorite the class room at 0:45 o'clock p. m. a seller acknowledged with tho of tho is the wonder medicine world. Based upon tho A National XSvesit. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, com. The holding of the World's Fair ir. mending itself as a necessary housea oily Ecarooly iifty years old will be hold remedy. It advertises best by remarkable event, but whether it its use. Specific for . all Catarrhal "M'ill really benoflt this nation as diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood much as the discover' of the Re- Purifier. It is without doubt the storative .Nervine by Dr. Franklin most reliable germ destroyer in '.tiles is doubtful. Tills is just what and to tho extent that the '.ho American people need to cure germ theory is correct, King's Royal nervousness, Germeteur is the remedy. It is no exceuHive tlicir lyspsi)sin, lioudaobo, dizziness, accident but is the result of fifteen neuralgia, nervous debility, years study of medical genius. For 19 lullnens, contusion of mind, etc. It sale by Chapman & Williams. Trial bottles and ict.s like a charm. lino book on "Nervous and Heart Republican Convention. Diseases," with iincqualcd testimony ials, free at .1 W. Clayle's. It is Tho Republicans of Franklin counranted to contain no opium, mor- ty are requested to assemble in 1 phine or dnngarous drugs. in tho at the Court-Hous- e city of Frankfort at 1 o'clock on Mon- day, March 7th, lor the purpose oi Bass and Butterfly. appointing dolegatos to tho District Convention, which meets in LexingFrom Forest uud Stream. ton, and tho State Convention at I was fishing for bas3 ono day in a quiet pool on Elkhorn Creek, nenr Louisvillo. E. M. Drane, Frankfort, Ky., on the outer rim of Chairman Ropublican County Comwhat is known as Gault's Bend. A mittee. . .. .j. .... few yards above where I was standknee-deein tho water, was u ing, Good L,ook9. broad shallow, where tho current ripGood looks aro more than skin pled over sunken, and about exposed, xocks before bubsiding in tho deep-o- r deep, depending upon a healthy conwaters of tho pool. As I drew my dition of all the vital organs. If tho a Bilious Liver bait temptingly across tho pool in Look, bo inactive, you havodisordered if vour stomach bo search of a hungry bass, I noticed a you have a Dyspeptic Look and if yellow butterfly winging its you ilight across the shallow mentioned, your kidneys be alllictod good havo a and close to tho surface of tho wator, Pinched Look. Socuro looks. healthc Eloc-trigood when half way across, a small bass, and vou will havo great alterative and is tho pound Bitters probably not over a quarter weight, suddenly leaped from the Tonic, acts directly on those vital orwater, struck tho butterlly with un- gans. Cures Pinples, Blotches, Boils erring aim, and fell back with a splash and gives a good complexion. SoldJ in the shallows. Tho butterfly was at Phil. Carpenter's Drug Storo. Sunday-school Pre-eminentl- y . e;:-istan- Anderson, preach o'clock. There will bo a Sunday-schoMass Meeting in tho afternoon at 3 o'clock and at night. Dr. Anderson will deliver his lecture on "Memory Pictures." ol of Carlisle, will morning at 11 S o'clock Mr. for tho Mandhler, Frankfort Braweing Company, and youngest Miss Mamio Brislan, Chief 6f Police Jerry daughter of Brislan, were married at the Catholic Church by Rev. Fathor Gorey. Miss Nora Brislan, sister of the bride, acted as maid of honor and Mr. Thos. ImB. Newman was best man. mediately after the ceremony the happy couple took the Midland train for a short bridal trip, and expect to be gone about ten days or two weeks. Tuesday afternoon at book-keeper "Wm. a remedy that succeeds where every' II you are going to emigrate to Thousands of thing else has failed. such cases can bo pointed out. That's the reason Its makers back their faith in Snerman, Dallas, Fort Wortb it with money. They offer $500 reward Austin, Houstin, for a case of Catarrh which they cannot cure. This Is th It's a medicine that allows them to take such a risk. AND HKST KOUTK Doesn't common senso lead you to CHEAPEST take such a medicine? No cbnuxH of to "An advertising fake" you say. Funny, isn't it, now some people pre- MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, MEMPEtt fer sickness to health when the remedy AKD NEW ORLEANS. is positive and the guarantee absolute. Wise men don't put money hack of "fakes." And "faking" doesn't pay. Jfor further Information vir-fct- Lvo Lancaster.. Arr Stanford. . 1 4 20pm 50pm 45pm 020pm No. North-Houn- Ex Sun Express naiir 2. No. Dully. 4 No. C, Dally Ex bun, Arr Richmond Lve Stanford " Lancaster 7 10 Lve JellleuT Lve Wllila'rib.i,' Arr Corbln.. . . l.Vll Mlilillucli'li Lve Piiievllltc . Lve Barb'rville. Arr Corbln.. . . Lvo Corbln. . . Lve Loudon . . Arr Ltvinxstnn. I.Vi l.lvlntrcrfin Lve llerca. . . LveCuin'btiiij). i B5 0 3.";im .'Mam 0 08am 7 47am 8 35am 9 25am y ,10am G 00.im 15am h 45am 8 00am 7 03am 10 11 King's Royal Gernietcur. K5S KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE - MHIiM'fM K, KKNTDCKT ArrRlclmiond.. Lve lllchniouii 11 12 lOilli G 11am 05.im 15am s Arr Winchester Lve Winchester Arr Paris . "Tjl JscS - RB Lve Lexington 3 45i)lll 4 25pm Arr 1'aris. . . . Lvo Cynthiana. 8 21am 3 07piu 4 48pm Lve Falmouth., 9 23am 4 01pm o::opm Arr Covington. 10 5 lain 0 35pm (i37pm Arr Cincinnati. 11 (KJ mi 0 40pm G 45pm I I I .... 05am 1 .SOprn 1 05pm 7 Warn 7 45am 227pm 7 (Hunt 2 DCpni 7 53am; 2 37pm 0 05 tin 1241pm 1241pm MAYSV1LLE URANCH No. North-Nonn- . Ex, Sun. Lve. Cincinnati Lve. Covington Lve, Lexington . Lve. l'.irU. . . No. 13 Daily, Ex. Sun The Most yncccp.ifii! iti'tnodr evtrdlscov ervt. as it li certain In Its cUu.18 and docs not bu.tcr. Read proof below : sleep-essnei- e, Stendali's Spavin Cure. FiicnwooD, Md., 3Iuy 2, 'CO. Dp. Jl. J. JT;'!.iui r. Co.: GpiUh AlxiLt tlirio yviTA pro I wroto to you ntoutnlursi'imviiPilwlio Jiail n Spot In. I lined M.c i.uliK-.o- i mr Kuniiiiir.tfjpirvln (Hire, ami It ; i.1 j n cm li :u Ouiv. I t'ovn i vi'oiiiiniiiicled it to Oi-c- m TONIC CXJIIOSS Arr, Millersbnrg Arr, Carlisle. . , Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysvillc, . .South Hound. . . 10 10 i.ui.vunsvi! It ' Una. A'JSKi V. KntiUMOK. i !:oMivrm. LOSS OF APPETITE, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Enerpry, Weakness of Back, Feelings of Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc. It cures where ull others fall. Try It and convinced. Asu your DruKgUt lor It. In use for 2J years bv eminent physicians hiicI Kiirnooiih In the United Hutex, and pronoun rod by them the beat. TONIU extant b a m 8 30 p m No. 9, No. n. Daily. Daily, Ex. Sun. Ex, Sun 6 20 It III 1 7 no a m 7 55 It ill 8 18 H ID a in 9 84 a m 25pm 3 02 p m 0 20 p m am 015pm 88 pin G 7 00 7B4pm pm mass-conventi- on j Kendall's Spavin Cure. I.ixdck, Wan in Co., Va., Juno 2!, 18S9. Dn.B. J. Kkmmm, Co.: Ucar SlMImuithay thnt lonco Irlod n bottlo of our Kendall' Spavin euro on n tliri-e- . ear-olcolt, hihI it entirely ii'mowd n bono kpiivIh nuil Idl'l not tiso nil tlio linttlH In icmovln ( It. Tho IiorsolHHlxiirsown voiinolil, very bound, and liaa doni) Inmt work all oC tin' time. K. K.mjston Saliseudy. Iti'diiuurully yoius, Lve. Maysvillc . , Lve. Johnson . Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve.Millcrsburg Arr. Paris. . , , Arr, Lexington. . Arr. Covincton . Arr. Cincinnati . 0 57 a 111 G 00 a in 7 15 H 111 7 10 u m 8 28 a 111 10 ot am 11 00 a in 820pm 3 7 0 4 10 it 87 227ptn 60 p in 45pm 00pm 45pm pm 4 p ra p Kendall's Spavin Cure. CoLuanu, Ala., July 21, 18S3. rmnovrd one caio of Iiono Himviit with yoiir Kwh nil d fijuivlu Cure 1 cheerfully i t'CoiimiuiKl It Ml, It. C. Kmiiiit. lti'ii'i'ctf ully, Dn. D. J. KrxiMLi. Co. : OcntH I linvii 'iToctiinllv 1 C.P.ATMORE, S.U.KNOTT, (leu. Pass. Agt. Trudlf Malinger. (ioneral Ofllces, Louisville, Ky. S. P. H. JIORSE, Asst. Gen'l Tass. Ag't. O. Onico, Cluiinberof CommercoHl(lg.,ClncInnutI, No. 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Division, which Is dally oxcept Sunday. No. 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexington to Cincinnati. No.l Runsdally, No, 4 Runs dally from all stations oxcept the Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. cinnati and Lexington. No, 10 J'arlM and Lexington Accommodation dally. Leaves Lexlugfon 10,00 u. m. Arrives Purls No. 0 Dally except Sunday. No 5. runs dally oxcept Sunday between Cin- PItlCE, $1.00 PER BOTTIjE. J. ED RAY zig-za- g & CO., Manfs. and Proprs., flWs liuvo Prlcoft iorl)ottlc,or(ilj:bottlonfort3. Allilmg. It or can i;ct 1 for on, or It will bo sent to miy address on receipt of prlco by tho proprie1 PABIH, W. 3CY. Sole tors. E 18-- 1 AVERILL, jr. Agent, Aug.i-iy- , DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Eno3burgli Falls, Vermont Frankfort, Ky. June lOi'On. in No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Leaves Cincinnati 0.10 p. in Arrives Falmouth 7:05 p. in., dally except Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 0 a, in. Arrives Cincinnati 7.00 a. m dally oxcept Sunday, Nos. land 8 make connections ut Winchester for points on the N.N. & M. V. Ry E. D. No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough ami Cumberland (lap and all In- termediate stations and runs dally. l I t:r "SFeRaF Dueber, AT BARGAIN PRICES. V GOODS!, Waltham, Howard, Hockford, Hampden, a ft Wadsrorth, Filled and Solid Gold J PjQOQ S3T 0&S$fiM6 WftTffFS "v73 cjrf-- JfffB . HflV01T10lMG v ip If I h- m Mff ' Te-wele- x, Self-neglec- (UN.IUII I If UP lv. Feb. 9. -- A.. SBLBEET, T-li-e '3iTI:OI1,, FOR ISTST. Council Proceedings. i Regular Meeting, Council was called to order about 7:30 o'clock, with all the mombers present except Oouncilmen Payne and Church. The following communication was received from tho Mayor, returning without his signature, an ordinance in regard to the police force. To the Frankfort, Feb. 9, 1892. Honorable Board of Council-me- Mayor's Office, n: Gentlemen I am in receipt of a residont of the Council and attested by tho City Clerk, and printed in type writer form, upon a letter sheet bearing, among other other wording, the name of the present City Clerk and of the late Treasurer. I am in some doubt whether tho council in- bearing the signature of the tended the document presented to mo for my signature as an 6rdinance, an order, a resolution, or a more instruction, inasmuch as there is neither a title nor an enacting clause to indicate 9 nature or its authority. I have given to this paper a careful examination, and find, in addition to the lack of caro in its preparation, and to certain grammatical errors, that it is ambiguous in meaning and in interpretation. Tho flr3b sentonce gives to the Chief of Tolico certain powers and takes control of his official action, in the discharge of certain lines of duty. Ho is directed to place on duty every policeman elected by the Police una Fire ComUnless tho mayor missioners shall deem it necessary to savo life or property. Following this is tho contradictory power that "in case of danger, &c.'y Tho Chief of Police, under the charter, can exercise no the document submitted. Tho Queen & Crescent route will Permit me, in conclusion, to subscribe myself, your very humble and sell tickets February 20, 27, 28 and 9, at ono fare for tho round trip, to very obedient servant, New Orleans and Mobile, account the Richard Tobin, Mardi Gras, March 1st. Tickets good Mayor. for return until March 15th, 1892. It was referred to tho polico committee. A resolution was passed providing Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. for the election of a work-hous- e keeper at the next meeting of the Clover Seed. council. Tho question of annexing Belle-poiwas brought up, but was postponed indefinitely. A communication was received from Councilman John W. Payne tendering his resignation as a member of the Frankfort city council, assigning as a roason that his health was such that he was unable longer to serve in that capacity. The usual number of monthly accounts were allowed and the council adjourned to meet again next Tuesnt on the City Treasurer. Tho appointment of the chiefs is confided to tho mayor, and tho character of duties they are required to perform is eliminated from the control of the council. The paper presented to me is in conflict with tho provisions of this amended charter, and the council exceeds its authority in prescribing rules and regulations or a line of duty for the governmmont of the Ohief of Police. That power is exNor can pressly placed elsewhere. the council intercept nor prevent, by any order or ordinance, the pay of the Police or Firemen of the city. It would seem, from the tenor of the paper submitted to me, that it was the object of tho City Council to limit and obstruct the authority and powors of the mayor in his supervision of the officers of the city in their discharged of duty; if not to provoke a breaoh of discipline between the force and the mayor. If this be true, the paper seems to have been awkardly nnd badly drawn. To accomplish that purpose in an effective Way, the council should first adopt an ordinance repealing the the City Charter, with its amendments, and all laws and ordinances in comformity thereto. For the reasons recited I am compelled to withhold my signature from rant drawn Women who Die Early. Many of our most beautiful and accomplished ladies die before they have reached tho prime of life. Of those who livo to middle age only one in two hundred is sound; the other one hundred and ninety-nin- e are suffert. ers. Why is it? The shattered health can bo restored; the homo made happy, and your life lengthened if you commence at once. 'Rose Buds" have been used for 20 years in tho private practice of one of tho mosteminentpbyslcians of Paris, and tho following diseases and their distressing Bymptoms yield to them like magic: Ulceration, Congestion and Falling of tho Womb, Ovarian Tumors, Dropsy of tho Womb, Bearing Down Pains, Rupture of Childbirth and Miscarriages. One package of "Rose Buds" will make a new woman of you. (Leucorrhoa Or Whites are generally cured by one application.) Price per package (one month's treatment) $1.00 sent by mail post paid, securely packed. The Leverette Specific Co., 339 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 20 lm 2 1 ficwi MAN OR llfEpFonTrfE IGHTNIN6 INIMENT CROUP &f 2YtA1WFRRfcljM'WM mcds. BEAST V URE PEEDY $? S5SS.H finS? !&.oJ ,,lb.f R':haiwh-tay-- i? nffl'S Plants, Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. iZJSEzfflSBmxmtvzsawm ' NO J a 261 THM WEST 1 f S f1 RTE i JEFFERSON Excursion to fllarcli Gras, New Orleans anal Mobile. STREET, ssJ YTfcTM TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050. RING 2. Rose Buds a Specialty, flora! Designs. J.' ' substitutes and extra patrolmen, when ordered by tho mayor." This authority to the mayor to appoint substitutes is in conflict with tho first sentence of the paper. Again, tho power given tho mayor to enlarge the police force in certain contingencies, as stated in the first sentence, is either in conflict with, or with, a similar power lodged with tho Ohief of Police in the second sentence. Altogether, the paper, in these respects, is doubtful of interpretation and conflicting in authority. Laws, to be of value, should be clear in expression, consistent in powers, and exact in purpose. It will be further found, on examiprenation of the form of pay-ro- ll scribed, that tho form and verbiage The first receipt is objectionable. required of tho Chief of Police indicates that he had receivod from himprepared by himself, self, tho pay-roexamined the samo and found it correct, and subsequently he is required to receipt again for tho amount for which ho had just given hiB receipt a flow lines abovo. Again, it will bo found that the as contained in the form of pay-ro- ll paper presented to mo for approval is not tho form that was adopted by There is no power the council. lodged with any officer or committee to change or alter In Kiibstanco tho orders or resolutions ordinances, adopted by tho council before the presentation to tho mayor for his signature Such altoration invalidates tho order, ordinanco or resolution so changed. In tho adoption of tho paper submitted for my slgnaturo, tho council scorns to have overlooked or ignored ll such power. Following consecutively in the same sentence he is of authorized to prepare a pay-ro- ll the police force "which shall include Wo have on hand about 400 bushels of strictly prime clover seed, which wo will guarantee to sell at Louisville quotations. Buy at homo and save freight. Mastin Bros. 2i-t- f. day night. If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, left at your residence evory morning, leave orders at W. H. Averill's drug store, the U. S. Express office or H. R. Williams' grocery. 23-t- f. Zilpali. lay. Money to Lend On real estate by the Louisville Savings, Loan and Building Company. GEORGE Li. J'AYNE, 22-5- t. Best In.d.Ig'0 DBlu.e Oalico, ISest;iDsir3s: Oallccs, (3-oo- d. r, -- -- Agent. the decline after, The grip Buggies, carriages and harness reclaiming many victories. paired by the Kentucky and Harness Married Last week James Stivers Company. and Miss Sarah Clark. G. F. Moore and wife visited G. D. KILLER. MICROBE Moore and family, near Eminence, RADAM'S Saturday and Sunday last. CURES ALL DISEASES. Miss Lulio Jones has roturnod home from Cincinnati, from an extended Because till (IImmscs are visit of seven weeks. the nwuli of fermentat'on and demy, called by livMiss Millie Todd is visiting relaing microbes In the liumnii tives near this place. system, and wluiteeriein-dlwill inulfytlifl blood Miss Edna Moore visitod relatives by rtmovliiK tin cimw of at Defoe, Ky., last week. disuse and build up tho health and stieiiKih ' t,lp V. T. Gardner has moved to Mrs. Is use,, one is on 15-t- f. y Here wo are again after a long do 3c. -- 3c. Canton ZETLaaaiiel. 5c. were "7"Id.e Tc5c zLSKc: DPlaid. Oottozi, S-u.itix2.g- 3-ooc- L Oolored. -- ZEPoplixi stasis iOc. for Comlort, 3c J. L. RODMA M. W. KELLEY & QAM k 1Ut yoa wrltttn tho powers conferred by tho city charter. Tho amended charter of tho City of Frankfort, approved April 30th, 1888, sopanites. tho Polico and Fire Dopavtmonts from tho control of the City Council. The" titlo to that act says ic is "an act to provide for tho establishment of a Board of Commissioners to control the Police and Firo Dopartmentn thereof and to doflno thoir duties." Section 4 of said act, creates tho Board and constitutes thorn n commission to "control tho Polico and Firo Departments," and gives them power to adopt rules and regulations for thoir government, and to fix thoir salaries, tho Bamo to bo paid by war Emily Gardner's, whero he will reside and cultivate) her farm this season. Willio Gordon and family have moved in tho house with Samuel Samples, his iathor-in-laOur town is on a boom again. Wo can soon boast of two stores and blacksmith shop. Mr. Lewis Lee and Mr. Robinson will open tho stores. Both aro nice and honorable gentlo-mowoll worth tho patronage of any community. Married At Indian Fork Church, Sunday last, Mr. J. R. Wilborn, of Bagdad, to Mrs. Cook, of this vicinity. Tho brido and groom have tho good wishes of tho scribe. "Wo notico tho worthy mombers of tho Gonoral Assembly at tho Capital lmvo not got to work as it was though they would, or should do. It is hoped wiso and honorable men placed in high positions and offico of trust will put forth ovary oll'ort to placoupon tho statutes moasuros that will bo for tho gonoral welfare and upbuilding of ovory industry and benefit of this glorious ' Commonwealth of ours. Wolcomo to tho Roundabout. Every body subsorlbe for it. Close Oii3Gnvait. n, imtleiit. the to KADAM'S MICROBE KILLER imtuie'i lemedy. and Is m ytt? If you S. til" rwitnst boon eer tlAJC-Itavtn'l, wisdom . ltveii to mankind, henco i ud Inttllltrnt 'uanssaw w b h h a jmbltion iug;it the spurious Imitations which follow In tho path I aU OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the or Its wimloi fill ouit of Co'Hiuuptloa, C nrsmlit you my l.eblllt), Ind!e;.stioi. Kh'MiiimtHiii, Hnwrl. Wad-d- i hpocUl, penoiul u iro l Uttrntion, I r, Skin uml ill otlu'i u in ! i wnl to briefly permanently inrcd by this inner liilllns teach any taUW which mi aoiw in iw for minVrliiK compound uitellljreiit l'rou of poisonous IN LEXINGTON, KY.. huniault) tlmn nil the piwilptlo i( ctiheriM, who inedlcne.s, drugs, nostiuinn. il vdurmil and cn read vhu. ttrite. and Ac. till put totirtr. b'cui.s' It ruiuovos t'n Saturday, February, 13, 1892. iftrr InitruclIt'M, mid Insuiei health. 1 boas mds cuu'.b of dlaease will work lndu- of almost mtraeulois ot voluntary cvtlih-ite- s rioualy. how to arn tiree jhou-laSaturday, March 5, 1892 cures attest MitM facts, and d immstrale to tho a woili tUu' Win. Ku I im, tlu-- (ire it Pioneer in Ids - 'Xr?& 'rrarlnDoll ou-- r. tlicli HMPMKSti. J Dlsiou-iy- . burglcul far ahead of all Wonderful his jjoiio HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) un.d without yiifc u Mwlhn mi miL btalltlci, uhcrv no pain. iitiier iixnliireiH In .sclent Ulc ilelds.andh.is demon- - operation and with little-of taV (liatf lit wilt alio furntili Ptrated bejoml u doubt tint i dheise can HEEM'LNCES. th iltuatlon or am' his superb exist without n illionbrr-ilMHtein- , emplojiiuut, at ruined) st ind at the fiout because It Is W. Mcl'ee Hurdle. Frankfort, Ky. which )ou cau I. A. fecott Frank rot t, Kv. that amount. I chars: "?MtiiAiL rvv--- ua t r frn recttvt noth nothlnir Dr. K. M. (lornr, FmiiMort H. Tho Original and Old Rolitiblo ' ,T. T. St'ltell, Fninkfoit, Ky. WIKLV VZPC3&YM-- . tand cures Microbe. Killer u tmlatuble iemoly which S3oTvyS",ti,.n,,.,u! A.t wr V. Hirberlci. Hrankfort, M dewy discuss b) airestl.it.' healthyaii.i placing thes-tciItev. I.. I'. HuU It. Hens n. Ky. condition. n iiaturu and lu A. 11. Mull lie, v .1. i K). luvcbtlAdlulli neillhor Hits uouder.ulhea tli SO ?r . n u I r . mwli ?' ' vfe JWnXSUi. Klvlnn dKoury. which has stood tl.o t stuiid David Moore. Itcnsun. Ky. of nil manuei ot dls nus;uiid I riiiUfoit, Ky. cureiL thousands .las. M. Withiott, beware of a I ot'ier mvciIIuU iseiai or mit'icbH ,,,ii nit. ki'llvys oiiiviiini ithidsmeo is at aro hW k destioitr.t. uMeli aiuofte.ii thi.s tulU'itK' t to wl which their otmi.vho uoithltM ndxiuies and orlOne Wtst KlKhtli streit.i'tucltmntl andwliern he inny day id inch week ix opt SM'UR-DAY- f v tliM (Ueat Wonder r bo found i'U'r mint in w"iit lu r tc i mount luimituiHot nnw us r'auii'' lets tle.sm Iblni,' thote ilMeiues pinning over Iliieo Ihuuiainl DwlUri ..Tuui uciAllUnrw, a iar, Mill. nlrVu'll partlculnisunrtcertluuitch of wonder- mid tho mode of treatment cent fieeto anyoio 'lid, lure. Full pirtluiluri fi . Atlir jou nuv all, If you W. I. KIII.LEY. M. I lncludt to aro no furl her, nhj, no Imrm UiIjiis AUJuta, or by miUiehbliiK ful cures, address J, W, (!aYI,K - A I Ili.N, Ht k'ZKt, AiiuatUt Aluluc ic i! A V l.K W., solo ii.;uats for Franklin 259 V. Uljtht St. Cliiclmiatl. O. Is a'licis-lyiim- jtuWfiMilal PHQESnSS: HOTSJSa, tibysosma Wm mm sn-i-- r u-- i d StiLlBf j fnii 1 nd n tt, im KM(l;!f5r''llr1,l!l,l ii h ! mcMfOMhouu com ty. Jnti, lfi-1- ) CONSULTATION FRKL'. tDue UJJhL,iMtU. J&i&ULI TnnamM Himl ,viu CSHHRiKS iliJk'l I.- -, 8 . ) OJtCU lu JTJL TTT7! JljLJlLi R & STA.RKS! Oup Furnishing Coods. CdL laughter Sale! 1st. We commence this morning M another cut, as we are forced to have money. This great slaughter sale embraces every article in our immense establishment. It seems to us tlrat every citizen in this community should be inerested in this GliEAT CUT SALE and come and see what we are ing. Men's Clothing. See 315 pairs Jeans Pants, best quality, S1.50 and Si. 75, cut to $1.25. See our $6. 50 Overcoats cut to $4. See our $6 and $y Suits, Sacks and Frocks, cut to 4. See 1,956 Suits, some of them cut 20 percent., some 30 per cent,, and some one-hal- f into. WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEB. ofhing, Clothing. Boys' and Children's. See the See the $4-50- Shoes! Shoes! See our Ladies' Shoes. $1.10 Kid M Ml f tr See our regular 6oc. White Shirts cut to 39c See our 50c. and 60c. Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, cut to 40c. . See our $1 Shirt cut to gc. See the regular 50c. and 60c. Shirts cut to 40c. See our 10c. Half Hose. See our Sc. Handkerchiefs. See our 15c. Suspenders. See the greatest cut in Furnishing Goods in this city. $1 Overcoats. 6.50 Suits Boys' See our Children's Shoes 9UC. to $1.10. School . I See the $5 Suits cut to $3.50. See our Ladies' Rubbers only-19c- cut to Knee See our Men's and Boys' Lace and Congress Shoes, $1. 10. See the GREATEST SHOE Stock in Frankfort go at a sacrifice. A . See our 45c. Pants. ., The greatest slaughter sale ever known in this city. See our $7 Cape All Wool Overcoat go at $4. CEK.HOaX"CHEE3EaEfc. Main Street, FRANKFORT. On the Threshold. "Standing at womanhood's door is she, Olad in her virginal purity, A creature fair as the lilies be. And, like the lilies, alas, how frail; They are borne to earth when the When we see a frail and lovely SS9""JL ;, rak. JkCbjE.S5 warn, 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. FORSALE. Valuable Town Lots. 11 extend-lrict- An Awful Tragedy! successful storms prevail, And their life goes out in the mer gale. sum- creature, standing on the threshold between girlhood and womanhood, we shiver with a fear of what may be, "because we have seen so many succumb at this ci'itical period of life. "What is needed at this time is a tonic and invigorant something that will promote proper functional action of the female organs. The only remedy to be depended on is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. This unoqualed medicine, which cures diseases peculiar to women, is especially valuable at the peiiod when the girl crosses the threshold of Cheap Rateh to Florida. womanhood. Used at such a time, it never fails to produce a most benefiOn account of Florida Chautauqua, cial result, and many a fragile girl the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip has been tided over one of life's most tickets to do Funiak Springs, Florida, .trying periods by it. from February 8th to March 12th, in Advertised Letters at clusive, good to return until April Thousands of lives have been sacrificed, thousands of homes made Who has a National Reputation for the desolate by the fatal mistake of the physicians, still per- A VALUABLE 1'IECE OF GROUND SUITABLE Treatment of Chronic and Nervous Diseases Treated over Ten 1 hous- sisted in by some, notwithstanding A. for nice residences, sltuafd on the fcouth street In side of and Patients in the State of the light thrown upon the subject by frontingtupping on Wapplng good neighborhood, 176 feet street and modern research, that Consumption Indiana Last Year. lhe Kentucky river. The nrooerty Is is incurable. Itisnot. Consumption one red nt private suK either iisu whole or In lots Shortest and Quickest between is a scrofulous disease of the lungs, to stilt purchasers. For terms apply to J. G. Dudley ut and any remedy which strikes rignt Cromwell. Branch Bank of Kentucky, or to Wra. CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT, at the seat of the complaint must Jan. l(Mm. and will cure it. Such a remedy is Unlr direct line between Scientific American a certain specific 'for all scrofulous Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carcomplaints. It was never known to Agency for fail if given a fair trial, and that is why the manufacturers sell it under lisle, Haysrille, Cynthiana, Fal- -' a positive guarantee that if it does not beneut or cure, tne money paiu mcuth and Covington. for it will bo refunded. The only relung remedy possessed of such i f AjT .raF a P0Vfl&9 ASK FOR TICKETS OAVEATS. VIA markable curative properties as to KY MIDLAND. warrant its makers in selling it on DESIGN PATENTS trial! COPYRIGHTS, eto. TRAINS HUN BY GEHTBAL STANDARD "old-school" o IlSjIIS & uuu Splendidly Illustrated. uu Wftnlrlv & CO.. v:w For Information and free Handbook writo to MUNN & CO.. 3(31 UllOADWAV. NEW Y011K. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. JW017 patent taken out by us Is brought beforo tno public by a notice given free of chargo In tho TIME. THIS TABUE MAY 17 1890. I 31. p.m. Mixed. TRAINS EAS No Intelligent 2'f fill n Lv. Frnnkfoit . . " Aiktiorn . " Swltzer. . . . " stamp. Gro'd, Ar. Georgetown . Lv Georgt'n, via Ar. Cincinnati Lv. Georgetown " Newtown. . Q. ib C. . ..3. No. 7, H168. Larcest circulation of any sclentltio paper in tho world. vriiuuuu It. year; diiuuiu montbe. Address MUNN Jl.W six VnBUsutns.acillroadway.Now York. uso U41 6 49 7 0S 5 15 6 (Jrt Frankfort, Ky. OUO 1st, 1892, at 24. 7 24 0 21 6 45 7 25 4 00 4 12 4 20 4 85 6 00 UN 12 43 Below will bo found a list of ndvortised letters for the week ending Feb. 18th, 1892: W. W. Alexander, 107 147 Agent. Newport News & Mississippi Valley Go, Adams, .F. (2) Rev. Eli Holmes, Mrs. D. Smith, George B. Thomas, Allen Gardner, Henry Thurwood, Billy Gates, Miss Kitty Tilford, George Uloalon, fuss sal- - Taceic, J. ij Underwood, Abo lie Granger, Miss Warrit, Billio Snllio Messrs. Hanna Howard, Mrs. Ju Mattix Ham I'urgorson, Abnor, Jersey Bergin, Miss Annie Hacon, Mrs. Geo. Hawkins, Miss E. Bergen, Ed Johnson, J. Buffln, Mrs. Mat- - Jones, J. W. M r s. Mathonie, tie Bryant, Mrs. Sarah Alice Manly, J. K. Polk Clubb, Elery Crouch, Milard Narsises, L.ar Poe, Mrs. Salllo G. Conald, Mc. Polsgrove, W. S. Deering, B. Damison, Miss Perranet, Willie Reed, Eddio EMo Doboard, Nathan Ratcliffe, F. D. Edwards, Huston Rosselle, Robut Foster, James A. Smallwood, Dick Feathers, Master Scott, Jasper G. Sophus, Mug Parker Wil- - Harris, ueo. u. nail, x Harris, E. F. Herns, J. S. Washington, Philadelphia, Now York, Baltimore, "W. L. Coppersmith don't send Old Point and the work to other cities, but does all AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. that is instrustod to him in his Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Sea-Sho- re 1016 725 1015 0 60 7 05 7 15 6 21 7 1)2 3 00 COO 7 25 building, 234 St. Olairstroot. 45-l- y. L. P. Walter. M. D. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER IB. 1891. La-vin- ia LOUISVILLE MARKET. TOBACCO FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. o woek Sales on our market for justclosed amount to 4,193 lihda , with receipts of 2,771 for tho same period. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 18,604 hhds. Sales of tho crop of 1800 on our market to date atuaru, Jonn Garland, D. B. represent our market for hurley j hhds. Our market has boon characterized again this week by immense offerings and a high range of values for new hurley tobacco. The crop is being sent forward very rapidly and extensive arrangements are being mado for the planting of anothor crop. Tho following quotations fairly 18,511 lio calling for thoso lottors say vertised. When ad- J. M. Saffkli., Postmnator. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoriai .kii)J'ii, Select or wrappory loaf. yi uu tobacco 3 00 Oolory trash Common lugs not colory 3 50 0 50 Oolory lugs 5 00 Common leaf. 7 SO Medium to good leaf. 12 00 Good to fine lillers 22 00 Trash (dark) or damaged tobacco: $3 ou G 00 4 00 10 00 8 00 12 00 22 00 33 00 6 25 The Celebrated Specialist, and President of the Ar. Maysvllle . . . 7 65 bouthern JIedlc.il and Surglcjl Institute, EAST BOUND Mall Louisville, Ky.. who lias created such 11 sensation Lv. Paris vluK.O, Dally, 5 48 1127 " Winchester . in mid mound Louisville by curing 12 10 0 16 Lexington . Lve 735am 600pm 11 40am 5 30pm baflled the medical fraternity of diseases that by p in Winchester " 8 2 fain C 45pm 128iipin UIDfll special request of many natrons In that city, Ar. Richmond. . 35 7 20 8 04am 712pui 1U0III1I 7iJ5)m our town, will visit Vrunkfort ut tho and uround Mt. Sterling " 1A.M. A. M.IP. M IA. M l M daily. Ashland. . " 12 10am 1007pm U4oam No.U Nu. 2, No. 4, No. 8, No 12 Cattlettsburg " 12 28i)iii 1028 pm fi'Jdin Pass Pass Mix. Mix. Capital Hotel, " 12001)111 1047pm SOam 29, 1892, TRAINS WEST. Sun. train. train. train. train Huntington Only Wiiblilngton " 0301)10 210pm Lv. Richmond via I'hllndemhla " 1047am 650 pm Until 3 o'clock p. in. K. C 6 10 1 05 New York Arr.l 120DMI 820pm One day only. Treats all Curable Medical and " Winchester '. 7 15 1 68 Suiglcal Diseases, Cross Eyes straightened with- Paris 7 48 2 33 out Pain, Cancers cured without knife or Costlc, DAILY WEST BOUND, Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Diseases of the Eye Lv. Maysvllle via Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Brlght's K C 5 20 160 Huntington Lve, 0 00,111) 1 85pm 045rm Disease. Dlabetls.Kldners. Liver. Uladder.niirnnin .. " Carlisle '. 6 50 3 20 .w ... Tl 1? .....I..... 11 Cattlettsburg " 020 nil 4pm 7 14pm Ar. Purls . . ruiuuiu mm ocju 11 j;ihwiun. 7 40 4 10 Ashland 687am 205pm Y 21)111 EPILEPSY OR FITS CURED. r,x sun Lv. Cincinnati via A I'OSITIVK GDAUANTKK. Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 27am 508i)lll 1 20pm 625am Young and middle aged men suffering from 2 20 lnchester . " 11 15am i 45pm 1 oapm 7 16um Spermatorrhea and Impotoncy, as the result of "Covington '. '. 2 26 Lexington . Arr, I20oi)iii 620pm 2 45l)lll 806am Ar. Paris . . . . 6 37 In youth or excess In mature years and Loulavlllo Arr D2.jpm U50pm 740pm 1160am other causes, producing some of the following Lv. 0(1 0 8 80 6 20 Paris 4 30 ' Centrevllle . 9 20 8 60 6 30 LIMITED VESTIDULEDTHA1NS rundallyln effects, as emissions, blotches, debility, nervous6 00 connection with Caesapeuko& OJ1I0 'F. V. v.", ness, doziness, confusion of ideas, aversion to " Newtown . . 0 80 002 6 49 519 society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, Ar.Georgetown . U45 10 02 704 to New Yoilt. 6 40 which unlit tho victim for business or marriage, EAST miL TilAINS runs tliUIy iiiiU are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. Lv. Cincinnati via make local stop between Lexington unci Hunt700 700 4 00 Q. fc O. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. ington. and complications, as soro throat, Ar. Georgetown . 1002 1002 7 04 falling of hulr, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., Lv. Georgetown . 10 02 10 02 7 00 6 45 II U VTINfi TON 7&siORKHEfD uccommoda ure perfectly eradicated without using mercury or " Stamp. Grod 10 24 10 21 7 31 7 21 tlons run dally. " Hwltzer . . . 10 38 10 38 7 47 7 60 other Injurious drugs. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, LEXINGTON & MOHEIIEAD & LEXINGTON Stricture and nil Urinary and Kidney Troubles " Klkhorn. . . 10 46 10 40 7 65 8 10 31 r. STERLING accommodations run dully uro speedily cured by treatinont that hits never Ar. Frankfort . . 11 00 11 0(1 8 10 8 40 failed. Ho undprstakes no Incurable cases, but Nos. 1. 2. cures thousands given up and dally ru.touGii siii:Ei'uNG oaks to iiuii riom date and come early, as to dlo. Remember tho tin 1 dally 7, 8 Nos. 12 and 0 except Sunday. Nos . 5 Sundays only. his rooms nro always uslilngton and New York without cliunge. HOWARD ORHISON. Agent. crowded wherever he stops 0 L. Duown"; G W. Bahnky, " nUtPKR. Gen. SupBrltitendfntls CONSULTATION FREE. J.K.0' Gen. Taas. Agent, G. A.. Lexington, Ky. Correspondence aollcltod and confidential. VERNON CLARK. General Passenger Agent. YV. S. IUiiiuboh. Address THE SOUTHERN 3IED. 4 SURG. INST,, CLAUDE BOWLS, Cltynicket Agent. G. A.. Ashlund. Ky. 610 6th St., Louisville, Ky. Oct. GENERAL OFFICES, FRANKFORT. Fast Limited Accin. Express Dally Dally .uaiiy. Ex sun. KxSim Purls . . . Lv. Parls,vluK.C. " Covington . . Ar. Cincinnati. . Lv Paris via K. C. " Carlisle . . . Ar. " Centrevllle. 7 40 7 60 5 0j 5 ID 8 10 7.16 ,7 53 4b0 5 48 IIJ44 10 50 7 55 8 43 10 10 6 48 2 3 4 6 225 2 05 45 16 26 37 G45 I January I -- ..." 1 seir-auus- o .... ... tSy-Syph- 1 17-l- y, KY. I BR&9I iMdukfeu