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Number 24 r flVlilBSk SE1' mBiylf 17. S. .if f 1 thought after writing my last, in your issue of January 30th, I would closo at least for tho present, until something further developed. A few days after tho ahovo issue I received a communication through the mail signed "John Smith," to S, E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. which I made a short reply in your issue of February 0th. Before the above reply I got, in a confidential way, the author or authors of tho "John Smith" letter. He or they failed to unmask themselves so far, fcut suffice it to say one of the preachers helped to get, or got, it up, in or after a consultation with other members of tho Athletic Olub. I School District No. 34. wish to say, or rather wish to repeat sist the influeiico and persuasion of other boys he may meet what I have said in other letters, that with the tendenoy of the through life attention to age now to extfinsivn sfnnlr nf Hnvnnfo nm or I would I am personally interested about this make money fast? Oan he resist tho l'lditor Roundabout: issue ol your We invitethe latest styles ourall bracing never have written a lino in the last weeic's of the leading makes and grades. olub. I know, or at least I believed, I influence of tho boys who drink and paper we requested the uounty Ueautitul new Colorings and Designs for the Spring of 1892. with whom he plays, keep from going Superintendent to tell the patrons of would get a light in my hands, not only with members of the club but into tho adjoining room, tho saloon, School District, No. 31 why the full "with the preacher members of the if not to take a drink of liquor tho number of people of said district club, and I know my health was in first time, a drink of lemonade or a was not reported to State Superinjeopardy, as it takes but little to up-- cigar. many times will ho go before tendent. How my nervous system, but being It seem that ho wishes to remain personally interested I determined to he takes tho liquor? Not often. ''Evil silent, or perhaps he failed to read jnako the fight, determined to save communicatous corrupt good man- our request. my boy and to save others if I could. ners." Birds of a feather will flock With your permission, we will An unequaled assortment in New and Elegant Combinations So iar I do not regret but feel together. I have gone over the road, make the request agaih, more fully, proud of the effort, and the success I know what I am talking about, it is hoping that ho will explain why we .attending same. I have the personal no experiment. have been so badly treated. A majority of tho preachers are not Our district is a now one and was knowledge of more than' one boy in this club. So far as have talked that I have saved from keeping late with the majority they I say thoy are formed, February, 1800, from parts of hours, and I have the promise from Districts, No 23 (Bridgeport) and No. An immense line of Novelties for the Spring trade. them for all time to come. I have afraid of it. I could givo a thousand 26 (Purington), and is immediately made it a point to impress it on their reasons from my personal knowledge between the two. The County Superintendent gave minds tnac l was not their enemy but and experience, but it would make long. the best friend they had in the city. this tooweakest arerumont in favor of tho trustees a copy of the boundary The One of them came to mo one night of our district, which boundary China Mattings and Linoleums tho club yesterday in Great Variety. in a very decided manner and told by ono of was made to me Here is: is on record in his office. these preacher. it Tho trustees took tho census of mo I had to take back what I had said about him. I asked what I had 'A boy might go from the Sunday-scho- a pupil children in said boundarj' in to or the prayer-meetinApril,-1890- , said. I replied I could recall nothing which showed fifty-sia gambling house." ALL ARE INVITED TO EXAMINE THE LINES. I had said personally as to him. He saloon or this is, will the boy go My pupils. Said number of pupils was to to then said I alluded to him in one of answer of the above places from les- reported to County Superintendent, either my letters. I asked him what or sons he has learned in either the and by him to State Superintendent, In 1801 the trustees reported to which letter. Ho told me or tried to prayer-meetin- g or Sunday-school- ? If explain which, with a very emphatic they have this tendency "they ought County Superintendent fifty-si- x or oxpression l had to retract, when I re to be stopped, and stopped forthwith. eight, as beingin said boundarj'. Bight plied he had "waked up the wrong I will say to Unly thirty-tw- o here the preacher, tho boy were is the trouble. State Superintenreported to coon" that "I wasn't afraid of the might go to those man that stood on two feet." When ing him preach, places after hear- dent as being in District No. 34, his preaching and I met him again he told me I was right. has this tendency, if advise him to with ten additions from District No I 26 (Purington), as this district had His business had run down quit preaching. reported to County Superintendent he had had a very nice business. I object Another In this conversation I said live a poor boy thing enter, to is this, a for same year, ono hundred and at least cannot seven. different life; successyetawaitedyou; enter and cannot on without beNow, Mr. County Superintendent, that the day was gone for a young or coming a be a lookerpaying ten dolwhat ten did you moan? Where are an old man to drink liquor and suc- lars. This member, is a fact, unless tho terms they to be found in District No. 26 ceed in any businesss. have Carpets, I believe this boy will be allrightin boy, abeen changed. I will add a poor (Purington). Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. residentjof Frankfort. Outsiders The boundary has not been the end, and so far as I can will take him by thp hand at all times and and representatives are admitted changed, or at any rate you have not give him an encouraging word. A free to hold the Capital here. mon- notified tho trustees of the facti if it If the preacher will take the has, as the ;iaw requires. word Beeras a very little thing but ey low, when and where spoken is a big thespent here and distribute it among Where did these ten go to school? time he is poor, thing, never to be forgotten. How wasting in spending the distributing Notin District No. 34, to which district the club room they wore loaned, for it was an imwell do I remember words spoken to me when a very small boy, fifty or this money, taking tho poor boys by possibility for these ten to know you Have you the hand, speaking just one kind word had been so kind as to allow District found difficult a sixty years ago. think to mind men who have been to each, don't you good there would No. 34 to draw their pro rata. SCISSORS lean call of would edge, done towards We copy for your insnection. and dead forty or more years , whenever be a vast doal more and soon become dull thoy met mo never failed to recog- saving the boys? Go out in the high- all interested parties, the returns nized mo with the kindly good morn- ways and byways, letting tho boys made by you to Superintendent of cause to lose spirsee you feel and have a personal in- Public Instruction for the years 1890 ing or good evening, John. terest in them. grace? and 1891, of tho district as follows: There is not a preacher in this This same preacher told me this District No. 23, Bridgeport, 1890, Athletic Olub that I am not intimate saving with and am their friend. This they club wassome the boys. J I told him 104 scholars, 57 boys and 47 girls; of tho club boys who 1891, 92 scholars, 45 boys and 47 girlB. know, as I sWd$n my letter January I knew so, Go to M. P. GRAY and he will sell 2d that I w& known for my out- had gone off to saloons and debauchuistrlot No. 31, south Benson, 1890, spoken sentiments that "I abhorod ery and now for him to show a boy he 56 scholars, 33 boys and 23 girls; 1891, WARRANTED to give satisfachad or the club had redeemed from 42 scholars, 22 boys and 20 girls. , anything like deception." If he District No. 26, Purington, 1890, is not my intention to wound the saloon and debauchery. It in and or would or could, I would join it and 100 scholars, 50 boys and 50 girls; 1891, the feelings of any human being. It try money refunded. and make it a reformatory for 100 scholars, 45 boys and 55 girls. is written only with an honest in- the lost boys, throwing in my spare If the County Superintendent had tention of doing good, and I now time, but did would say ii i snoum seemingly say any- billiard if I and Ithe ton burn every at heart tho interest of the districts pins table thing to wound, I do not intend it. tho gang way of the ton pins. and in the county; he would equalize more evenly, among the district the beings-lia- ble Preachers, you are human Preachers don't get mad with me. number of pupils. to wrong none of us are perfect. I see as many wrongs in you I implore you, firs; for your own good, If ho could loan No. 34 ton pupils of souls of tho perhaps as you do in me. I am get- then for tho good of thoover your sur- No. 26, why could he not have loaned boys and influence them more to make the minimum ting old and hold position or posi- roundings.thoYou are talked about, number, whioh is forty-fiv- e tions in life that others seeing my your for a five influence is waning gradually months school. good conduct may be influenced and Here are three schools and fall in with and take me by the away. Go to our churches their around for the boys. Where respective school census,with over not hand my hand being in the hand of lookthey? I mean tho boys sixteen two and f miles apart, in Ohrist, Ho leading us all up to a are years old and over. You will find them the distance between two of themfact higher life. is on Sundays on the streetcorners or in not exceeding a milo. No. 23 on the How is it with you preachers when XtTSTTK-AJNTCS- B you go into places doubtful and teach tho offices of the hotels or other plaoes. ono hand and No. 26 on the other, of thoy No. 34, and both running oyer with tho boys lessons that, to say the least, Where are Opera at prayer-meetin- g or the or pupils, as it were. No. 26 reported can be said are doubtful, are you not time? In the treading dangerous ground? Are you other places. Cannot this bo helped? It for 1890, one hundred and seven, and Have Rfemoved may not be done of a sud the same for 1891. as we have been not teaohing the boys games that can. ItI am working on that line and informed by her chairman. All these tend to evil? If tho games learned den. the boyB by tho preachers did not have made wonderful progress on pupils are right at hand and District extend beyond the walls of tho several. wish to get in any contro- No. 34 with only thirty-twand that I do Athleio Olub, then I would say all versy not this. You know I am ten loaned by County Superintendent for whioh we got all of a four months right, but does not tho very opposite right, over but if the fight must como I school. There is a great difference -1of this prove glaringly true? in the number of pupils in these disWhore will the boys go outside of will handlo it without gloves. Yours truly, tricts being no farther apart than this club and play billiards that said John E. Miles. they are, and the districts should be HiiBmiHt nf Hue Capital HstaL- billiard rooms are not connected changed in boundary to equalize with gambling and drinking saloons? Overloaded. Pool selling from the pools on them; but wo look forward with fear They will filltluspace with aa entkd$rcw a and trembling to tho taking of tho next short time. horse racing down to little petty You've eaten too much turkey, pool selling of a low order. census, for wo may lose our ten and And so you cannot work, eh! they be loaned to some other district Tho boy that learns those games to gladden the hearts of tho patrons. Your head feels very murky. from tho preaohors (I repeat proaoh-or- s r m. BEATTY, G. There! I don't believe I could add as often as I do from the simple We wait with bated breath to see fact I have talked with two of them and make it rhyme if I had a dollar what we shall boo. J- - Attomeyat Law&Rtal Ettatt Agt. A Patron. anu iiavo nearu irom tne other one, for doing it. A few cents, however, BEATTYVILLE, LEB, CO. tneso three preachers Doing tho only will cure mo. To relieve stomach THEIN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFS. three in tho town that belong to tho and bowels from tho effects of overRopairing of all kinds neatly and Estill, Jucksou, Powoll, War and other olub out of seven or oight) will not loading, a full doso of Dr. Piorco's Sromptly executed by tho Kentucky counties 1b tho best Sept. stop right hero with this club and Pleasant Purgative Pellets Harness Company. remedy. Thoy oporato gontly, yet m play these games no where olso. These boys may everyone be per- thoroughly, and without griping, Engraving of all kinds promptly fectly sober, honest boys, but will nausea, or other unpleasant ofl'oots. attended to at W. L. Coppersmith's, W. CHINK, thoy stop here? Any game tho boys In vials, convoniont to carry. 234 St. Clair street. may learn in this olub, thoro will bo W. one hero and thoro now and then who L. Coppersmith makos a W. L. Coppersmith, tho jowolor, MAIN STREET; will become an expert. This export does tho best of work at modorato apooialty of lino work. Resetting 334 Will practice in all State Courts. Ofmay bo a perfectly just and sober prices. Call and seo. 234 St. Olair diamonds, eto. 231 St. Olair street. fice i FRANKFORT, KY. Jan,30-ljr- . second floor, Cuitom House. , boy, But will he stay so? Can ho ro- - Btceot, "Editor Roundabout: Baking Powder C. F. BROWER & CO., 1. X 3& ABSOLUTELY PURE CARPETINGS. RUGS. et LACE CURTAINS. ol g x Correct Prices. Correct Prices. two-third- s; C. F. BROWER Furniture, & CO. Scissors not m that you itual it to buy pair hold an and almost your If pair tion you a quality price M. P. GRAY. Hardware Merchant to-da- y one-hal- JACOB S WIGJERT & CO., AGENTS, ball-roo- m From the Batzeil Building o, 101 fflD 102 MN STREETS H. MATTEM, -- i 15-tl- ". Plitiwilir, frama t. J. 45-l- y. JR, ft . 45-l- y. 45-l- y. itm& m if &" to H w The Committee on Library and Miss Sarah Brumflold loft Public Buildings on Wednesday, for Louisville. through their chairman, Hon. R. K. rDr. John Brown, of Lakeland, was Hart, reported adversoly to the in the city Monday. Houso tho bill introduced by Mr. V Mr. Ben Dudley, of Louisville, wub Charlton, of Louisville, to enable in the city Thursday. cities of tho first class to issuo bonds Mr. Wm. Sellers, of Versailles, was and raise monoy for tho purpose of in the city Thursday. building a State Capitol. The report Col. R. P. Popper was in Lexington is a valuminoiiB document and enters the first of the week. into the details of tho bill, which ro- ' Mr. John W. Milam and wife spent fers to Louisville alone, as she Ib the ' only oity of the first class in the Tuesday in Louisville. ' ' State. The report recites that no Mr. Clinton T. Baird, of Louisville, assurance has boon given that tho was in the city Tuesday. cuy oi iiOUiBvmo lavors tho bill, nor Mr. Ed. P. Bryan, of Louisville, yon. that, if the matter is decided by was in the city Tuesday. Miss Clara Crutoher, who has been popular vote, tho Miss Winstead, of Chicago, is vis visiting relativesln this city, returned majority would not faston an unwilliting friends in this city. to her home near Ducker's yester- ing burden on the taxpaying minoriMr. Gaston M.Alves, of Henderson, day. ty. The committee is of opinion was in the city Saturday. that it would not bo right for tho Miss Cordelia Lindsey left last Miss Lizzie Davis, of Shelbyville, week for Greenville, Miss., to visit 'State of Kentucky, worth 640,000,000, is visiting Miss Joe Duvall. Miss Eugenia Lewis, formerly of this and out of debt, to accept a gift from the city of Louisville, worth 85,000-00- 0 Miss Lizzie Davis, of Shelbyville, is city. and 9,500,000 in debt. It is held visiting friends in thia city. Mr. W. R. Griffith was in Louisthat tho city can not incur the Miss Mary Bruce, of Louisville, is ville Wednesday, where ho wont to I.i.AGr-rES'X1,000,000 additional debt contem- ZESZas visiting friends in this city. wedattend the Goodman-Moor- e plated by tho bill, because it would Miss Fannie Gray, of Louisville, is ding. necessitate a higher rate of taxation visiting relatives in this city, Miss Minnie VanDerveer has re- than is allowed under tho Gonstitu- Miss Susie Browning, of Oynthiana, turned from Louisville where she tion. It is stated that LouiBvillo has went to attend tho Goodman-Moor- o is visiting friends in this city. Legisla , made no proposition to the ture, that tho press of the city does Mr. R. A. Bohannan, of Clay City, wedding. Mr. Goo. A. Lewis was in attendance not favor the measure, and that the is visiting friends in this city. Miss Clara Fowler, of Lexington, is upon the Grand Council, Royal Tem- passage of the bill would be equivaplars of Temperance, in Louisville, lent to an offer from tho State to visiting Mrs. Caswell Bennett. move tho capital to Louisville at the Mr. Jos. Swigert left Tuesday on a this week. Messrs. Cochran Bailey, Will Payne stipulated price. Tho committee is short business trip to Chicago. and Will Bowman, of Louisville, at- of tho opinion that this would not Mrs. E. L. Samuel iB quite ill at tended tho bop at the Capital Hotel comport with the dignity of tho her residence on St. Clair street. State. For these reasons and others Thursday night, raMLlsfort- - IMTalse a, ISTote Mr. Harry Bush, of Louisville, was in detail the committee is Messrs John M. Atherton, of Louis- set out in the city the first of the week. opposed to tho passage of the bill. ville, and Ed. Senior, of Cincinnati, After some discussion the bill was Judge Van B. Young is very sick at were in the city Thursday attending recommitted to the Judiciary Comhis residence on the South Side. the Spring Hill Sale. mitted. Miss Maggie Kiernan left Monday Mrs. John P. Starks, of Louisville for Lexington to visit her sister. who has been visiting in this city, William Skclley, Hoili I. A. Spalding, of Morgan-fiel- left Thursday morning for Lexingarrived in the city Tuesday. ton to visit Mrs. Guthrie. Of 11 Academy St., Janiesvillo, says: Miss Janie Dehoney has returned Mr. George Wright, formerly of Wis., under date of May 23, Messrs. Kenyon & Thomas: This is from a short visit to Georgetown. Frankfort, but now of Kansas City, to oertify what I know about Dr. f, Capt. Sam Sanders, who haB been has returned home after a week's Hale's Household Ointment. I have had a bothersome sore on my lip for very ill for the past wenk, is better. visit to relatives in this city. 15 years which terminated in a canMrs. N. M. Crutcher, ofDucker cer. I had tried various remedies Hon. James W. Bryan, of Covington, was in the city on business Thursday. Station, spent several days the first purporting to cure, but all without avail until I purchased a box of your Miss Laura Lindsey, ofMt. Sterling, of the week with her sister, Mrs. Dr. Halo's Household Ointment and Geo. A. Lewis, at 421 Second street. is in the city visiting Miss Ruth Stanwith two months' using it has entireMr. John L. Sneed and wife, of ly cured it, and I freely give this for ton. the benefit of the people. Mr. W. S. Saffell attended theK. of Louisville, aro tho guests of Judge Truly yours, wife, at St. Elmo, WM. SKELLEY. P. meeting in Lexington Wednes- W. H. Sneed and Shelby streets. corner of Todd and This wonderful medicine is for sale day. Mrs. John S. Gaunt, of Oarrollton, at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. Miss Cordie Cannon has returned 4 accompanied by her sister, Miss from a visit to her siBter in LouisSallie Collins, of Madison, Ind., reville. Funeral Customs. turned home Thursday after a visit Mr. Robert Nethington, of Louis- of several day in this city. Eaclire Party. There is a demand for reform in fuville, was in the city the first of the Mrs. Will Doraey, of Peru, Oldham neral customs. For one thing the Mr. Wm. E. Bradley and sister, Mrs. week. county, visited her parents, Maj. and expensiveness should bo greatly reHoffman, entertained their friends Mrs. Cliff Shropshire, of Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Stanton, last Saturday, and the rich should set tho Wednesday evening at a card party Lexington, were in the city last returning home on the same day, duced, example. For another, funeral ser in handsome style. The supper was week. accompanied by Miss Florence Stan- mons are useless, and often worse served by Solger, of Louisville, and Mr. Chris. C. Keiser, of Fayette ton, who will remain with her for a than useless, save in rare instances. was as fine as any ever served in this The beautiful designs of our new county, is visiting relatives in this week or two. The person who deserves eulogy does city. The prizes were won by Mrs. spring stock of children's city. not need it, and the lessous appropri- Wm. Saffell, Mrs. W. H. Sneed and Elegant Reception. Mrs. Sue Griffith, of Owensboro, is ate to the occasion can bo sufficiently Miss Rose Orittonden and Messrs. J. D. M. McHenry, on Ann visiting Mrs. S Mrs. Wm. Lindsay gave an elegant pointed by reading and prayer. Then, W. Rodman, E. Polk Johnson and W. street. reception Thursday afternoon from too, tho public display of tho dead O. Herndon. Miss Alene Woodson returned 5 to 8 o'clock, in honor of Miss body (especially at church) should SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. Are bound to please you, and the cease, and tho last look by the kin. home from school at Nicholasville Naylor, of Virginia. marvelous cure for Catarrh, iB A dred should bo strictly private. It PRICES were never Monday. Diphtheria, Canker mouth and a morbid and ghastly taste that wants Headache. With each bottle there so LOW. Postponed. Tambling (nee Pryor), Mrs. Nettie to view the face of dead people. is an ingenious nasal Injector for the Michigan, is at tho Hotel of Detroit. Gov. Brown's reception which was How much nleasantor to think of more successful treatment of these Kenyon. complaints without extra charge. to have taken place last night, was them as they appeared in the flush Price 60c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 Hon. Leslie T. Applegate, of Falpostponed until next Friday night, on of health. And still further, there is mouth, was in the city Thursday on account of sickness in the family. Wanted A good honest, respectareform needed in tho time of leaving business. cemetery. Tho most harrowing ble, settled white woman to do cook- Many new and pretty things, in the ing for two. Apply' to Mrs. P. M. Mr. Webster Gazley, of Louisville, License to Wed. all the woods most fashion- of all experiences is the sound caused Stone, South Side, Frankfort, Ky city Wednesday and was in the t. filling the grave. Tho custom by ble are daily being placed The County Clerk issued the follow- should be to have the religious exerThursday. on our floors. W. L. Coppersmith challenges comGov. John 0. Underwood, of Cleve- ing marriage licenses Thursday: cises, and then to leave beforo tho parison in workmanship "on any land, Ohio, was in tho city the first of John B. Rice and Phoebea Wheatly, filling begins. repairs in his line. 234 St. Clair ZE2. ZEBog'ers cSs 3o3Q.- both of Peak's Mill; James M.Taylor the week. While the subject is up there is and Elizabeth A. Bell, both of this still another word that needs to bo street. Rev. Robert Christie, D.D., of St. city. said. It is a word in behalf of the Opp. Court-housPaul, Minnesota, was in the city minister. He is many times sent for Wednesday. May2-lFOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. Was a Royal Templar. by the people, who have no claim Judge Wm. Lindsay, wife and daughter, returned from a short visit Rev. Dr. Basil Manly, who died whatever upon his time, to adminisKENTUCKY UU RAILWAY CO, ter consolation by a funeral service. to Louisville. some two weeks ago in Louisville, A half day and often a whole day is Miss Laura French is visiting the was a member of Georgetown Coun- consumed and no little expense inTIME CARD. family of Rev. B. T. Quinn in cil of Royal Templars, and his family FOR THE LUNGS. curred by hiring a conveyance or Georgetown. family remedy for EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST, 1890. will receive two thousand dollars bv navinc his faro upon the cars. Has been a COLDS. "iiA- uunuuiiriiufl Miss Borryman, of Versailles, spent from that order belug the amount He goes through a trying and weari- COUGHS SORK THROAT, HOAR3ENESS. GOING EAST. pneum6nia, catarrh, influenza, acute the past week with her aunt, Mrs. of a benefit certificate hqld by Dr. some experience, for the draught on and chronic bronchitis. asthma, Leave Lexington 8:00 p m 4:00 p m W. H. Posey. Manly at his death. Winchester his sympathies is not small. And yet WHOOPIJnG COUGH. CROUP, PLEURISY, PAIN Leave Clay City SIDE AND SPITTING OF BLOOD, and Leave 4:51 p m LouiBvillo, atdone tho ser- IN THE ull diseases of the 6 25 p m Miss Mary Bruce, of those for whom ho has Arrivo Lumber Point p m . Arrive Throe Forks Oil, Wliat a Cough. vice, though abundantly ablo, often tended the hop at tho Capital Hotel 11:30 a in Throat, Chest and Lungs Leave Three Forks not compensate him for Thursday night. not only do 1:25 p m Arrive Elkatawa Will you heed tho warning; tho Miss Annie Tobin returned Tues- signal perhaps of the sure approach tho time they have taken from him, -- CONSUMPTION, GOING WEST. day from an extended visit to her of that more terriblo disease Con- but somotimes they do not oven you can thank him for his accommodation or DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM contains no opium, LeaveKlkntawa 8:35 a m sumption? Ask yourself if Bister in Lebanon. morphine, norauy deleterious drug. It soothes 10:30 a m afford, for the sake of saving 50c., to pay his traveling expenses. They and heals the Membrane of the Lungs, inflamed Arrive Three Forks 0.00 a m Miss Mary Ettio Smith attended run tho riBk and do nothing for it. and poisoned by disease, and prevents night Leave Threo Forks 0.05 a in Lumber wedding in We know from experience that seem to regard him in tho light of a sweats and tightness across tho chest. It Is Arrivo Clay city Point the Goodman-Moor- e 7:87 a m Arrive 8:30 a m Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. public convenience. If they took tho pleasant to tho taste. Bo sure and ask for DR. Arrivo Winchester. Louisville this week. WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and tako no other. 9 30 a m Arrive. Lexington . This explains why same amount of time and labor from Ib never fails. For salo by Mr. Harry Stanton, of Louisville, more than a Million Bottles wore thoy would pay a doctor or lawyer Connections made at Lumber Point with Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. visited his parents in this city Wed- sold tho past year. It relieves croup steamer for Beattyvllle. Elkatawa Is nearest cough at onco. big for it. Aro tho preaoher's serand whooping PRICE 25C, 500., $1.00. station to Jackson. Ky. Trains between Three nesday and Thursday. of loss value? Lexington run Mothers, do not be without it. For DR. WM. HALL CO., NEW YORK. Forks and Elkutawa dally. dally, botween Three daughter, lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's vices Sundays excepted, ForkBand Mrs. Geo. D. Singlo and OctMURPHY. J. L. GoneralPassenger Agent Pueblo, Colora- Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W CnTidren Cry little MissRafelita, of .for. Pitcher's Castorla" 37 do, arriyed Wednesday morning and Gayle. non-taxpayin- g are visiting hor parents, Mr. Pickett Woodson and wife, near this city. Mrs. Wm. Lindsay and guest, Miss Naylor, returned Saturday from a short trip to LouiBvillo. Manager H. T. Gaines, of tho Opera House, 1b in Cincinnati, booking attractions for his houso. Mrs. Tom Nugent and daughtor, Curry, of Lexington, spent the past week with relatives in this city. Misses May Fields and Anna Monroe, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. Geo. F. Berry on tho South Side. Mrs. J. P. Pryor and son, Mr. Rich ard Pryor, have roturnod from a visit to Mississippi, and are at Hotel Ken- Reported Adversely. JRI mm JHI 'SI In mm1 hxBSs R. K. Mc LURE tlie 1 Ml 1W Mj . and. IJBIEST selected, stools: of .i v& OCT'S, S S. . Books, Stationery, Etc. In of it; d, , .if. -- sT i wm t w, CARRIAG-E- FURNITURE. 23-3- 45-l- y. e. y. Hall's Balsam never-fallin- g - JL,- - ,:' M HBsa tr ftfrjw j Y, r 1 r" fe- - 3 na TABLE. TIME r Tho following tlmo fablo is now offoot upon tho L. k N. rond: TBAINS WK8T. b No.23lc(ivesFrnnkfort No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 loavos Frankfort No 1 loaves Frankfort TBAINBEART.' fi:G0 9:40 8:00 7:38 n. a. p. p. m. m m. ra. 10:10 a. m. 4:85 p. m. No. 20 loaves Frankfort Herod This Itchl'iir. Chroma, Recent Itemed? lius positively never been known to full. No .24 nrrl7os Frankfort .... 7.43 p. m. $1.00 a box, Coaxo, for $5.00; sent by mull pre 0:15 p.m. No. 22 loaves Frankfort pnld on receipt ot price. A written Guarantee positively given to oicli purchaser of six boxes, Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagraago when purchased at ono tlmo. to refuni. tlie 5 00 Nos. 23 and 21 connect for Cincinnati. paid If not cured, fiiiurinteo Issued by J. W. s Tho Midway Clipper wants a va- WAYLE.nnilLKCOMPTfi.lc WAVLE CO.. at AnohoragH for Bloomfleld Branch. Agents, Frankfort, Ky. Call for and Sole W. W. Alkxandkb, post-officancy in the at that place sample. Jan. s No.l8leavo8 Frankfort.... conducted. Ho will bo assisted by JAPANESE tho best amatour talent of tho city, and Miss Marion Lowoll, of Boston, ono of the brightest stars in Amer" I Fa ica's galaxy of public roadors. Tho entertainment promises to bo very pleasant and agreeable, and tho prico of admission has been placod at such a low figuro that there should bo a A Unnrintcsd Cure for I'llos of whatever kind or dogrea External, Internal, Dllntl or Bleeding full houso. ltnry. or .M 'lSiravl JPiNPII F THE ROUNDABOUT 'I'M '. H :m Wants It Bad. ce THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. Everybody takes it. Everybody reads it. Subscription Only $1 Per Tear. VUl ' . Dm?-gist- Agont. lG-l- ROYAL TEMPLARS. Annual Meeting: of tlie Grand Council at and wants it like a fellow wants a pistol in Texas, as do the numorous applicants for tho place, but tho postmistress does not vacate worth a cent. Tlie Blue-Gras- s Nurseries. ,mi Tho usual spring announcement of Mr. H. F. Hillonmeyor, proprietor of s Nurseries, Lexington, the appears in this issuo. His stock of fruit and ornamental trees is first- class and every tree and plant he sends out are tho genuine article. There is no humbug about him, and when ho tells you anything about his goods you can just put your money on it as being exactly so. If you are in need of vines, strawberry plants, or anything in his line for spring planting, send him your order. He has no agents and no one will call on you to solicit you patronage for him. Orders are filled promptly and to the letter. We have been advertising for him every spring and fall for the past twelve years, he has filled agreat many orders from this county, in all that time we have not heard the slightest complaint from any of his customers, but on tho contrary, every ono who has any dealings with him speak of him in tho highest praise. Blue-Gras- nt ? ft'v Louisville. Euchre Party. Tho Leap Yoar Euchre Club mot at the residence of Mr. Wm. Lutkomeior on Thursday ovoning last and wore very handsomely entertained. The prizes were very beautiful and wore won by Mr. Charles Beck and Miss The annual mooting of the Grand Council of Boyal Templars of Temperance of Kentucky was in session in Louisville on Tuesday and Wed nesday. va '? & ..r ' ' . ft The following story is told of Judge out, on short notice, Robert Boyd, tho bachelor circuit judge of the fifteenth district, Jwhich includes the counties of Boll,;Harlan, Jackson, Knox, Laurel, Leslie, Owsley serve. Col. Rodman would make a and Whitley: A woman was making a prodigious s Councilman, just such as is Alex. Glass, Grand Sentinel; Dr. T. A. "What's uproar in his court-rooneeded at the present time, and his Gosnell, Grand Medical Examiner; M. refusal to serve is to she charged with," a lawyer asked be regretted. J. Paul, Grand Trustee, all of Louis him. "Dynamite, I should say," reville; R. M. Matheny, Hickman, plied his honor, gravely. Grand Representative to Supreme World's Fair AppropriaDarby's Prophylactic Council; S.V. Fry, alternate; James A. tion. to the Fraternal Hodges, Delegate Will Use itin every sick-rooCongress; George A. Lewis, Frankpure and Judge William Lindsay, Senator keep the atmosphere fort, alternate. from this district, has offered in the wholesome; removing all bad odors Senate a bill providing for the proper Dr. Hale's Household Oint- representation of Kentucky at the from any source. Disease Germs, Will destroy all ment Woild's.Fair. It appropriates $100,-00- 0 infection from all Fevers and all for the purposes named, and pro- contagious diseases. Is tho finest remedy in the world. cures It absolutely cures catarrh. It 'Cures vides that a commission of five men ihe eminent pnysician, j. man- INeuralgia and Rheumatism. Piles like magic. Cures Salt Rheum and three women shall be appointed on Sims, of New York, says: in the most soothing manner. Cures by tho Governor. A provision of tho am convinced that Prof. Darby's Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. bill is that prohibiting the opening Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be of the Kentucky building on Sunday 21 taken internally. A positive specific or the giving or sale of any intoxi- able disinfectant," for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, cating liquors within said building. Republican Convention. Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: The bill was read and placed on the different from all elBe; superior to all calendar. The Republicans of Franklin counelse; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. ty are requested to assemble in in the Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenat the Court-Hous- e y Thursday Night's Hop. city of Frankfort at 1 o'clock on Monter's South Side drug store. day, Maroh 7th, for the purpose of Spring Hill Sold. Tho hop given by the Assembly appointing delegates to tho District Convention, which meets in LexingBall Club at tho Capital Hotel, on ton, and tho State Convention at Tho Spring Hill Distillery, near this Thursday evening, was 'the most Louisville. E. M. DltANE, A large city, was sold at publio sale on Thurs- brilliant of tho winter day, by tho Louisville Trust Com- number of visitors were present and Chairman Republican County ComBlank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of mittee. was thronged with pany, as the assignee of the Cochran-Fulto- n tho JBucklen's Arnica Salve. the art. Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates. Job Company, and was knocked beautiful women. The music was and the young people to Mr. Garvin H. Cochran for down The best salve in the world fot "Work of all kinds dollars. A num. tripped the light fantastic with more solicited. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ber of prominent whisky men were than ordinary zest. Some of tho Sores, Tetter, present from different parts 'of the ladies present from elsewhere were: Rheum, Fever Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, country, but as soon as it was known Misses Laura Lindsay, of Mt. Sterand posithat Mr. Ooohran wished to buy in ling; Marietta Hawkins, of Bourbon and all Skin Eruptions, no pay retively cures Piles, or tho property there was but one bid county; May Field, of Louisville; Annie Monroe, of Lexington; Edith quired. It is guaranteed to give against him. Arrangements have been made to Montfort, of Owenton; Miss Bailey, perfect satisfaction, or money re start up tho houso immediately for tho of Midway; Ama Frazee, of Mays-vill- funded. Price 25 cents per box. Lizzie Browning, of Oynthiana; For sale by South Side drug store, season, and it will remain, as heretoP. H. Carpenter. fore, in charge of that prince of good, Sue Griffith, of Owonsboro; Maggie m Marie WinMitchell, of Louisville; fellows, Dick Morris. ston, of Chicago; Mary Bruce, of Special Sale Sliiloli's Consumption Louisvillo; Miss Pauphrey, of Knox-vill- Of Towels on Tuesday, February 10th, first-clas- The meeting was hold at tho hall of the West End Council of Louisville, at Main and Seventeenth streets. Grand Councilor S. V. Fry, of Lex. ington, presided. Business of a routine nature was transacted. Supreme Herald Geo. A. Lewis, of Frankfort, and Traveling Delegate Webb, ttof Toronto, Canada, were present and the latter presented the banner to tho hardest working council of the year. This was Purity Council, of Louisville. Before adjourning it was decided to meet in Louisville again next year, and the following officers were elected to .servo for the next twelve months: James McBride, Grand Councilor, Louisville; Charles P. Jacobs, Grand Vico Councilor, Lexington; James A. Hodges, Grand Secretary, Louisville; William J. Slater, Grand Treasurer, Louisville; H. A. White, Grand Chaplin, Lexington; R.H. Overstreet, Levi Grand Herald, Louisville; Hickey, Grand Guard, Georgetown; Josephine Miller. Again Declared Valid. The Court of Appeals on Thursday again declared the validity of the now Constitution in affirming the decision ofa lower court from which an appeal had been taken on tho ground that the grand jury finding the indictment was composed of twelve men, as provided by the new Constitution, rather than sixteen men as prescribed by the old law. UUR Pi W 0291 Ucr ART1ENT Xfo rsnv "Won't Accept. Thomas Rodman, who was elected a member of the City Council on Tuesday night, to fill the vacancy occasioned by tho resignation of Mr. John W. Payne, has declined to accept the position, as his business and health will not permit him to Col. Wise as Well as Witty. Is one of the best in the State, and are prepared to turn 2,&w.x& A A A A AA V VA A tfcvva $? . mass-conventi- 5-l- BINDERY .v ' ball-roo- m ng twonty-eightthousa- e; STEREOTYPING, in all its BraMBs, 5-- iy Cure. e; This is beyond question tho moBt successful Cough Modicino we have ever sold, a few doses invariably cure tho Vorst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful success in tho euro of Consumption is Avithout a parallel in tho history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has boon sold on a guarantoo, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you havo a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Prico 10c, 50o. and $1. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lamo, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 Miss Green, of Covington; Miss at S. D. Johnson & Go's. Clara Fowler, of Lexington; Miss Huston, of Morganfleld; Miss Naylor, of Philadelphia, and Miss Oarrio Trusdalo, of Cincinnati. 'W. 431 Xi. !H.&.XsSE a , Stocks West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. All work promptly executed, and satisfaction guaranteed. - Broker in 13-ti- and bonds, standard brand at Coppersmith's, sold at doadrock prices. St. Clair stroot. 45-ly. Watches, NEGOTIATES AN COMMISSION ONLY. clocks and jewelry of U loans on town and farm property on one to bo-Bid- es 231 live years time. Investment secur ties for sale. u. e. w. Feb. THE FIRST SYMPTOMS ORCHARD, OF DEATH. ap-potit- o, LAWN, Tired feeling, dull headache, pains 1872, 1392, in various parts of tho body, sinking Baptist Church Concert. at the pit of the stomach, loss of fovorishness. pimples or sores, A concert will be given at are all positive ovklonco of poisoned TMMENSE STOCK OK FRUIT AND ORN1MEN-- 1 tal Ohuroh on Friday evening of blood. No matter how it became plants. tre, small fruits, shrubs, vines and must bo purified to avoid next week, the 20th, and not on, Tues- Soisoned it XjGC Acker's English Blood day ovoning as heretofore announc- Elixir has novcr failed to remove our profits eeaseJ'wUere ed. The entertainment will (bo un- sorofulous or syphllitio poisons. Sold Wo have no ngonts anil and strawberry catalogues thdrs begin. General on application to der tho direotion of Prof. WJayland under positive guarantee, II.F.niLLENMEYER. J. W. Gaylb, Druggist. Feb, Graham, and of courso will be ably 0 Lexington, Ky. GARDEN. tho,-Baptis- t GEO. A. LEWIS, Proprietor. 215,217 and 219 St. Glair Street, Up PRICES 1 Stairs, Frankfort, Ky. 20-3i- u .u i sran jXk ra3H i wrwr fHH 4 wTjfw": fll!Fi rmimk B ', V. ' w: ft. es mm raanrf tHo other inflicting a flesh wound in CAPT. JOHN STOUT, ANNOUNCEMENT. his log. Mr. Montgomery loft hero about The For Circuit Cleric. Brave Pilot, Dead. at Frankfort, Kentucky, tttored at tbo s as mailable matter. tho first of December to become .lW0wJ0.J,uthorlze,, t0. nnnounco WALTER Tho following dispatch to tho General Manager for tho Mason & as a candldato lor Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic tiW. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. Foard Co., who are tho lessees of tho Courier-Journa- l, tho death of tells of Party. convict labor in tho Branch Peniten- a brave Frankfort boy, who has made ,.Y.nro nuthorlwd to announco THOMAS B his homo in tho South for a number tiary, at Eddyvillo. J ORD as a candldato for Circuit Clerk of Krahk- PRAKKFOUT, FEB. 20, 1892. i'i'L??!!!ltfc Bl!bkct,.tw2, tll Democratic of years: March 19, 1892. JaiuU-te- . Liglit. A Polar 2 New Orleans, La., Fob. 14. Capt. John Stout died this afternoon at his For Shcrifl. COUNTERFEITERS Saturdaay evening about Bevon residence in this city, after a life CAUGHT. t0 announce JAMES ST. o'clock the northern heavens were career as a pilot on the Mississippi, WAKEFIELD as a candidate for Sheriff ot distinguished by acts of conspicuous county, subject to the action of the. brilliantly illuminated by Aurora bravery on two most trying occasions. Jrnnklln Attempt to Intimidate a Democratic primary, March 19, 1692. Borealis and attracted a grertt deal of Ho was at tho wheel of tho Robert E. Jan.O-to- . Witness. attention. Some ono told a little Leo when she was burned at Yucatan We aro authorized to announce JAS. O .DRAW Plantation, in 1882, and ho stuck to NLR as (i candldato for Sheriff of Franklin counONE) EJINTJOYS ty, subject to tho On Friday of last week a man by fellow on the South Side that tho his blazing ship to tho very last, bareof the Democratic party was the name Ohas. Olark, who resides world had come to an end and him ly savinghis own life by sliding down Both tho method and results when nt the primary election to be held March 19, 1892. Dec.l9-te- . tho hog chains, after saving a score Syrup of Figs is it is pleasant near the Forks of Elkhorn, came to burning up, which frightened We nre authorized to of lives by remaining at the wheel and refreshing totaken;taste, and acts STk()Nf.nfl it ejiTiflhlfita announco R.., D. ARM- nearly out of his senses. f.r uiin.Kr tho town, went to Deputy U. S. Marshal and holding his boat to tho bank. He to the action of the Democratic yet promptly on tho Kidneys, county, subjectoilltllllU), JJHICJI 1S111, iO'JS. received a valuable gold watch as a fently Con. McOarty, and stated that a wnivuuuii ui A Ulan of Fame. and Bowels, cleanses the systoken of appreciation for his heroism W Mro niiMmrlrnl tn fititintittnn t t ivvdvdu gang of counterfeiters were operating on that occasion. tem effectually, colds, head- nun candidate for Sheriff of Fralikl'lii 'county. in his neighborhood, that ho had The visits of Dr. Walter aro bo- - Again, in 1886, Oapt. Stout had a aches and fevers dispelscures habitual subject to tho Democratic primary election. and secured their confidence, found coming move ana moro important Bt.ui moro narrow escape, being on constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho whore they had a plaster mold of a everv month, and hundreds of board tho steamer J. M. White when only remedy of its kind ever was $100 REWARD. dollar concealed and having obtained patients have been cured by his treat- she had to burned above Bayou Sara. duced, pleasing to tho taste and proacHe jump overboard, and was possession of it brought it with him ment. As a professional man nono picked up almost lifeless and with his ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in FROM and turned it over to the Marshal. stand higher and as a student none health permanently shattered. its action and truly beneficial in its qMIKRE WAS STOLENFrankfort MY POCKETS-on the streets ot ,on A warrant was issued against more thorough. The Dr. holds diplo Capt. Stout was a brother of Mrs. effects, prepared only from the most February 1, 1B92, four hundred and Monday, In Thos. S. Pulliam, the man Olark said mas from some of the best colleges of J. W. Cannon, of this city, and was healthy and agreeable substances, its und chain.money and u fine gold open case watch, I will pay tho above reward for th& told him where the mold was America and has practiced in tho born and raised hero. In early life ho many excellent qualities commend it arrest and conviction of the tiller. had A. J. 6U0WALTER. concealed, who lives on Mr. Frank largest institutions in tho world. May commenced to learn tho printer's to all and have made it the most Feb.5-tf- . v Church's place, near the Forks, and his trips be long and prosperous. art in the Old Commonwealth Office, popular remedy known. Deputy U. S. Marshal McOarty went Syrup of Figs is for Balo in 50c but took a dislike to the business, out Tuesday and arrested him. After Tlie Clieck Photographed. gave it up, went to New Orleans, en- and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who he was brought in Pulliam confessed tered the employ of his brother-in-laOF I. J may not have it on hand will pro- .17 ARM Bagdad, G. MARKSBDRY, ONE .MILE' that he had gotten the mold from a As the check received by the GovCapt. John W. Cannon, who then Ky., containing from acres, well Improved and all lit grass, will he sold at u. man by the name of Zach Morelan, ernor for the State's share of the resided in that city and was running cure it promptly for any ono who bargain. For torms and other information call refunded by tho Government a line of boats on tho Mississippi, wishes to try it Do not accept any on, living on Camp Pleasant Branch, near JAS. ANDRhW SDOTT. Dec. ; Peak's Mill; that Morelan had a was for the largest amount ovor re- soon became an expert pilot, and substitute. 9 mold for a nickle, and that he told ceived by tho State, it was taken to continued to follow steamboating, as CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN rRAHCISCO, CAL. him he could get enough glass and the gallery of Mr. H. G. Mattern and the dispatch convoying the sad news LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. taken of it, which will of his death shows. block tin for three dollars to make a photograph three hundred dollars; that he (More- bo preserved in the archives of tho He leaves a widow and eight chillan) had made and passed many a State. It was drawn in favor of tho dren to mourn his. loss. Advice to Womeh Governor of Kentucky, for 606,461.03, dollar and niokle. If you would protect yourself The Decision Affirmed. A warrant was also issued against upon the Sub Treasury in Cincinnati. n-ifrom Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Frankfort, Ky, Morelan and he was brought in and Suppressed or Irregular MenHer Home. Appeals has affirmed Sold The Court of lodged in jail, the examining trial struation you must use tho decision of the Franklin Circuit NO LOTTERY being set for Thursday. Postmaster James M. Saffell, pur- Court in the case of Messrs. S ilas F. Late Wednesday afternoon Olark, chased on Saturday from Mrs. H. I. Gold Coin. tho informant, rode up to the Custom Todd her residenco, on the corner of Miller and Walter Evans against the his cloth- Wapping and Washington streets, Secretary of State and Public Printer, House in a pitiable plight, To be Given Aay Absolutely. of the new ConFEMALE ing covered with mud, and tho for six thousand five hundred to test Any one for only 2.00 can secure both tho bottoms of his feet so sore and raw dollars. Mrs. Todd and her daugh- stitution. REGULATOR ROUNDABOUT and the Louisville. Ky., Weekly In delivering the opinion, Chief he had to be lifted from his ter, Miss Maria,, will remove to Louisthat for one year with tho opportunity of making estimates for t0 horse. He stated to Commissioner ville and make their homo with her Justice Holt says that tho court will CAnTKRSVlLl,E, April 28, 1886. unprecedented offers of one prlzo of 10,000 in not. consider the question as to This will certify that two members of my Cold Coin, and 41 prizes of $100 each In Gold Ohinn that he had been warned by son, Mr. George D. Todd. whether tho plaintiffs have cause of Immediate family, after having suffered for Coin. Sample copv of the Weekly irom uxonsiruni srrcsruianiy, the night before his mother-in-lacontaining Mr. Saffell will occupy the house action, as the matter is so important years treated without bonofltby physicians. at this office. Or full particulars, tan be men being on implication to were at length comDlotely cureaDyona ooi.ua Miller Neal, at whose house he on tho first of April and his country that company, Louisville. Ky , a copy will be that it requires to be settled by an nt nradfleld's female Iteci Sibanoe,Its furnished to any address free of charge. ator. had found tho mold concealed, Jim home will be for rent. effect la truly wonderful. J. w. opinion on the merits of the case. " " Neal and Henry Colson, friends of the FREE, which contains Ho then goes on to say, in effect, Book to WOMAN mailed all female dlseaios. valuable Information on parties arrested, had threatened to Postponed Until Next that the new Constitution was sub- BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., do him harm, and that he had better Week. THE NEW WEBSTER ATLANTA, QA. mitted to tho people by the Conven JTOX SAJZB US' AI.lt SUVQQIBTM. be on his guard. That the night beTho case of tho Commonwealth vs. tion when tho clause in tho Constitufore, being afraid to stay at home, ho tion of 1849 relating thereto does not had gone to a straw rick to spend the Wesley Watson, the negro charged require it; that tho amendments m i" T ly tv j shooting Miss Tenie McBwan, night; that while there he heard Jim with made after that submission are not and Miller Neal and Colson go to his of this city, upon an excursion train invalid on account of the people was postponed in the Jefferhouse, and not finding him there last fall, WEBSTER'S not voting upon them, but that oven they came to the straw rick and ho son Circuit Court on Tuesday until if they were so tho remedy belongs ran to save his life. He had on a next month to await evidence for tho to the legislature and not the courts. INTERNATIONAL old shoes, which were not defense. pair of j Misses Tenie McEwan, Sarah and As all tho departments of the governDICTIONARY securely tied, and they came off durC. Wkst'8 Nehveand Bkain ment have recognized tho instrument, Dll. E.guaranteed specific for Hjsterla,Theat-men- t, a Dizziing his flight, so that in running over Lyde Mangan and Messrs. Thos. P. and aro working according to it, it ness. Convulsion, fits, Nervous Neuralgia. Rogers, Harry Bacon and Harry Case Nervous rroitiatloti cnusadbythe the rough and frozen ground without went down to Louisville Tuesday to is now the recognized organic law, Headache. or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental use Deof ulcohol pression, Softening of the Brain resulting In Inshoes ghis feet were horribly his SUCCESSOIt OP TliK UNABRIDGED. tostify against him and were recog- and amendments to it must bo made sanity and leading to misery, decny and death, mid Reset from Cover to Cover. lacerated and bruised. He said that nized to appear on the 25th of March. in the way prescribed in the Con- Premature Old Age. Darreness, Loss of Power A GRAND INVESTfyiENT in either sex, lnvoluninry Losses and SpermaNeals and Colson following him the fur every Family m torrhoea caused by of tho bruin, stitution itself. or over the hills and through the bushes contains Tho work of rovlulon occupied over Death of Col. McCarty. Judges Pryor and Lewis concur, but one month's treatment. $1.00 inch box six boxes a box. or ten years, inoro t huu h hundred editors all during Tuesday night and ufltil being employed, nnd over 300,000 Judge Bennett delivers a separated for $5.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. expended before first copy was printed. Col. H. M. McOarty, of Nicholas-villabout 11 o'clock Wednesday mornopinion. 60LD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. ing, when bo finally eluded them, editor of tho Jessamine JourPamphlet sent free by tllo publishers. any dicorde rrecelved procured a horse and came into nal, died at his home in that place us CAUTION is needed Judge Kemp Goodloe To cureboxes,case. M'lth eachwith S6.no, we bywill tionary, as photographic in purchasing aobsoaccompanied reprint of an for six town. He was taken to a boarding Monday morning at 3 o'clock, from send the purchaser our written guarantee to reDead. lete and comparatively worthless edition of fund the money If the treatment does not effect Webster are being marketed under various house, and Thursday morning was the effects of a paralytic stroke susn cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE names and often by misrepresentation. fc GAYLE Judge J. Kemp Goodloe, of LouisHe rallied CO., and J. W. OAYLE, unable to walk from his injuries, tained last November. GET THE BEST, Ky. The International, which bears Imprint of consequently the trial of Pulliam from tho first attack, but had a re- ville, died in Florida on Friday of ITankfort, O. C. MKBKIAM & CO.. Publishers, and Morelan was postponed until lapse and gradually sank until his last week and tho remains were Sprlagflold, Mass., U. S. A. buried in Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisdeath. Feb. Judge Qoodloo Obi. McOartv was ono of the most ville, on Sunday. The men charged with attempting pay the nbove reward for any enso of We and represented Woodford county in the Liver will Complaint. Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Into kill or intimidate Olark had all popular journalists of the State, Constipation, or and was after- digestion, West's Vegetable Costivenes.H we cannot been summoned as witnesses against had been connected with various pa- Legislature of 1859-0euro with Liver Pills, when tho when they pers during his career. He was atone wards a senator from that district. directions aro strictly complied with. They aro Pulliam and Morelan, and purely Vegeinble. und never fall to give satisfaccame in to attend the examining time editor of the Louisville Courier. In early life he was a pupil of tho tion. Sujrnr Coaled . Large boxes, containing 80 lMnEWsⅈiiiit;iMfi m Pills, 25 cents. Bewnr of counterfeits n to our people late B. B. Sayre, read law in this city trial Thursday were arrested upon Ho was The genuine manufactured only by HHm the charge of intimidating a gov- from having been Assistant Secretary with tho lato Judgo Thomas B. Mon THE JOHN 0.by WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. For sale all druggls . 1 ernment witness. They gave bond of State under Governor Knott, roe, and upon.being admitted to tho HO I W fAWTJrT.' MKWlWatNT-and by his sunny disposition and bar commenced tho practice of his for their appearance next week. MIIE6 MILES The plaster mold brought in by agreeable manners made many warm profession here, in partnership with S Gen. Thos. II. Taylor, now of LouisClark is of a dollar of the issue of friends during his residence here. WW ville. When tho Mexican war broko 1884, and looks very much like an SMALL NOW Bible Society Meeting. out he volunteered in Capt. Tom Arare bargain. Apply sale DISTILLIIHY, $1,000. operation, for cheap, Only amateur affair, though had evidently to A Company and served ono been u3ed. Morelan managed to M.T.MITCHELL. Tho annual meeting of tho Frank- Marshall's Jati.28-tf- . Frankfort, Ky. destroy tho nickle mold before he lin County Biblo Society will be held year. On his return from Mexico ho THE 8UORTE8T AND QUICKEST romovod to Versailles, where ho rewas arrested. at the Southern Presbyterian Ohnrch sided until tho close of the late war, to Sites, Lot Houss or l on Sunday evening, February 28th-a- t when ho located in Louisville and Shot at Eddyville. Rev. Dr. Hemphill formed a law partnership 7:30 o'clock. Time, 25 Hours, with Qon.l ntlre 1'ruina, Bastraso Car, Day Coach e was received hero by of Louisville, has been invited to A telegram M. Harlan, now a ASloeuorn run through without change. an address, has accepted tho John Supreme Court. Justice of tho 1 van. on Ann street. Is offered for sale at a bnrTHE HUUHTJSUT ANU (JUlUKEdT Messrs. Mason & Foard Co. on SaturTJ. S. brick pain. Lot 70 by 200 feet, with announcing that a difficul-- - invitation and will bo present. upon u day night, Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala He was ono of natu ro's noblemen nouse oi ten rooms For terms apply to No services will bo held at tho ty had occurred at tho Branch Peni JOS, SWIGERT. 'and one oftho most popular men over Time, 26 Hours 101 Ann Street. tentiary at Eddyville, between Mr. First Presbyterian, Methodist, Chris n tho Legislature. Feb. Throiujl keepers without change The Short Deputy Wardon, tian and Baptist Churches and all Samuel 0. Nunn, line between Glnclnnatljuid Ky.. Lkxinoton, Tlmo, 2i Hours. and Mr. Z.J. Montgomery formerly of those congregations will unito in tho Consumption. ' 12 Knoxvillk, Tknn., " Sale, Sale! in which Montgomery was meeting. this city, 17 " a8hkv1m.k, n. c, " tho bonoilt of the ClIATTANOOU A , TltNN. , ' ' 11 A collection for " Tho most to be dreaded of all disshot in tho log by Nunn. It seems that ATLANTA, 'V 16 Q., eases cold, (MONDAY 22d), BlHMINUUAM, ALA.. 10 "Orleaiihind'Shruve chapel in tho penitentiary was Society will bo takon up at tho morn simplyofton begins in a simpleshould ON FEBRUARY COURT DAY twenty the neglected. No cough five New Direct Connections at 10 o'clock, I will destroyed by fire on Saturday, and ing sorvice in all tho Churches bo allowed to run a single day with- mures at the Court house sell Versailles, tomule port r Taxui, Mexicoatand California. nt tlie L e Frankfort vl.i Kentucky Midland Hallway in tho meeting, out usinjr the finest remedy in tho highest bidder, without reserve. The lot Is comduring tho progress of tho fire an which will participate posed of large, tine young mares. They have been via" L'utinvn 6M5 a. m.;tirrlvoClnu!uriutllO:20 nu Quicker bred to Imported jacks. Among them are some line. altercation arose between tho two as instead of at night as heretofore. world, Dr. Halo's Household Cough excellent roadstors and some good work mares. a. All trams than any otherrum arrlv ContralUnlou Cure. It acts like magio, strengthening to how the fire should be managed Rev. Dr, Savago, agent of tho Ameri- tho lungs, allaying all irritation and The above fctock Is fold for no fault of their own Depot, Cincinnati.at depurtf KoruateB,liaps,vc..tiuarpf Society, will, of course, bo but to make room for my Increasing number of when Montgomery slapped Nunn in can Biblo cures a cough whore all other reme- thoroughbreds. KltANK W. WUOLLEV , tlmo Traveling I'hbs. Agt. Four tho mouth. The latter drew his pis- - on hand to give an account of tho dies fail. 25 and COo. per bottlo at given onmonthssecurity. without Interest will bo . Leilncton. K'v. good IlAltVEY, D, n, EDWAKD8, tol and flred twice at tho former, ono work accomplished by tho Society Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. J. N. CAMDEN, JR, 0.0. Feb. Cincinnati, j. ' v,& at ball grazing Montgomery's cheek and during the past year, iftiAJNKFOAT ROUNDABOUT, post-offisecond-clua- 54iqs primary-electio- Ti 'M W 8K K 14-t- w w Wl! y 1 ,a -- eighteen1-dollar- s t Farm for Sale l'-25-3- ax RoVt. B. FranMm R, y. '45 1 m I 1) a M A BRADFIELD'S $14,400 In al tho-validit- y S3 ' Courier-Journ- Courier-Journal'-s Courier-Journa- l, w Courier-Journ- al f m '','.; ...' BV.' i i m i V J MS j m jp. mi to WV f over-exertio-n fcelf-abu- se e, m W I i ', e, m 'Mil fs ! J t m to-da- y. $500 Reward! I in IV. 0 well-know- nnd.lml-tntlon- s. Of UkaW. uttiit 791 m 16-l- FOR SALE. SOUIt-MAS- 94Jh-3kVKSNSS! IP HKIH k w 111 it ; d tegelm do-liv- er I St V - two-stor- y 13-2- For For I m , I 13-2- t. vice-i're- s. V :,2tlit.' .KY: :, rana TOi'mTun r . .. W- - Tajp 5 , MAMFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT, f EB. 20, 18D2. Will ro to tlie Pcu, M Forrest Oheathnra, tho negro who was arrested somo timo ago by officers jPhythian and Brown for burglary, was found guilty in the Circuit Court Tuesday and sentenced to tho penitcutiary for fivo years. Bagby-Garret- t. healthy standard. It is a legitimate medicino, not aboverago. Uontains no alcohol to inebriate; no sugar or Tho marriage of Mr. F. H. Bagby syrup to sour in tho stomach and anMiBsMaryE. Garrett at tho Bapcauso distress. It is as peculiar in its composition as it 1b marvelous in tist Ohuroh on Wednesday ovoning, its remedial results. was a most beautiful one. Tho pulpit of tho church was handsomely decoratHalf Fare to St. Louis. ed with overgroonH, fern ands potted plants, and tho ceremony was most On account of tho Peoplo's Party impressively performed by Row Convention, St. Louis, Mo., February Harry Bagby, brother of tho groom, 22d, the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip tickets to St. Louis February 20th assisted by Rev. W. O. Taylor. Tho procession was formed to tho to 22d. good to return until February 28th, at one fare. strains of tho wedding marchf per- .i ma for W. W. Alexander, Horses Sold. Mangan & Darnell sold on Monday n stallions, Jack Frost two and Eureka Star. Jack Frost was sold to A. 0. Knestrick, of Orescent, Ohio, for 1,100. Eureka Star was sold to R. L. Gowdy, of Oampbellvillo, Ky., for 750. well-know- ii Agent. Box Parties. Two very pretty box parties wore given at tho Opera House Monday and TueBday nights, when tho Wilbur Opera Company was here. Monday night Mr. Gilbert Mastin gavo a box party in honor of Miss TeaBdalo, of Cincinnati. Tuesday night a box party was given in honor of Miss Gertrude Groen, of Covington. Those present besides Miss Green, were Misses Rebecca Johnson and Fannie Taylor and Messrs. Sherley Wiutersmith, Georgo Hunt and Phythian Saffoll. formed by Prof. Wayland Graham in his usual masterly manner, and movod up tho aisle in tho following Infants and Children. Cafltoria cores Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Ellis Worms, gives sleep, and promotes Without Injurious medication. - order: Tho four ushors, Messrs. Caswell Bennett, jr., Jas. Corbett, of this city, Wilson Loughbrigo, of Louisville, and Dr. Vaught, of Richmond, preceded, followed by tho maid of honor, Miss Margaret Mitchell, of Louisville, and lastly tho brido loaning upon tho arm of her undo, Col. TIiob. H. Corbett. The minister and tho groom accompanied by his best man, Mr. A. W. Thompson, of Louisville, camo from, tho pastor's study and mot the party at tho altar, where the wordB which bound tho two young hearts together wore solemnly spoken. Tho brido was attired in whito eatin, en train, with low neck, short sleeves and veil, and carried a bouquet of bridal roses. She "looked beautiful. Miss Mitchell wore whito silk, carrying Chatherine Mormetrosesand was much admired for hor handsome "CMtoriais no well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription known to mo." II. A. AncnzB, M. D., ' 111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. "Tho uso of Castorla1 fa bo universal and Its merits bo well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorso It. Fow are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castorla within easy reah." CAIU03 MiKTTNjD.D., Now York City. Lato Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church. dl- - , ..;Vi ?d H For several years I havo recommended your ' Castorla, ' and shall always continue- to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results," Edwin F. Pakdi. M. D., "The Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. A German. Tnx Cintauh CoMrjurr, 77 MoniUT Stmckt, New York. EK R?s' Tho Misses Popper gave a delightful German at their hon.o on Main Btreet Tuesday evening. The dance was led by Mr. Jas. Talbott, of Lexington, and it was beautifully done. The favors and supper were both elegant. Saxton's orchestra, of Lexington, furnished tho music. Feb. 13-l- Rebelcali Degree. The Rebekah Degree of Odd Fellowship was instituted in Capital Lodge No. 6, 1. O. O. F., of this city on Monday night by Mrs. Ross, of Louisville, one of the State Grand Officers, assisted by Deputy Grand Master Wilson, of Lexington. There were 7 ladies and 17 gentlemen initated, this being a degree of the order intended for both sexes. After tho ceremonies wero concluded an elegant repast was partaken of by the members and their guest. Several ladies and gentle from Lexington, members of the order, wore present. "Tho tree of deepest root is found, least willing still to leave the ground" and this could onco have been most truly said of chronic prin or any sort. But after the lapse of so many ages, a sovereign remedy has Seen found in Salvation Oil. Every provident householder should keep it. i Ladies. Are you suffering from weakness? Is your complexion sallow? Do you Are you have constant back-ache- ? constipated? Do you feel all tired out? If you have any of these feelings begin at once to use Dr. Hale's Household Tea. It will give you k clear complexion, will restore y.ou to health and strength and will make you feel like a new person. Get it today at Carpenter's South Side Drug 4 Store. J KM mffU ttf tMntACr! xxng. . MY-EYE-SEEWi 'ta ' in Mr. J. I. CAsn, (Hickory Grovo Farm, horns Hncinc, Wis., says: "Alter to Ins -- "'cry known remedy, I removed n. lur'o Ltir.uii two years standing, from n S year eld lllly, 01 with threes applications of of Jay-Eye-Se-c) y " Z QUINTS It Is t ho best preparation I of. 1 heartily recommend TFWiat'C .3EM C l tj a s M Moonsliiners. 6'. There was a car load of moonshiners on tho west bound O. & O. train Monday night, and the "Mountain Dew" was URed so freely that tho smoking car smellod like a traveling distillery. A Roundabout man, coming down from Lexington, and wishiug to enjoy his weed, tried to ride in the smoker, but gave it up as a bad job, and now mourns the loss of his two-fer. t I ! ' Fast Mail. Lincoln J. Carter's "Fast Mail" company, appears at the Opera House next Monday evening. This is tho original railroad molodrama that has bo many imitators on the road this season, aud is said to bo one of the scenio productions in America. A car load of fJcenery is carried and tho bearing. The groom, is tho oldest son of Rev. Goo. F. Bagby, formerly of this city, and has for several years formed one of the corps of engineers connected with the Geological Survey. Tho bride is tho daughter of Mrs Garrett, of this city, and is a handsome and accomplished young lady. Tho Roundabout extends its best wishes for a long and happy life. The happy couple left for Lexington on tho 9:20 train, and will visit tho groom's parents in Virginia and make a short visit to eastern cities, after which they return to this city to reside. They will bo at homo to their friends after March 1st. have over used or Iicnrd 2 It to till IIors,cn.oij." ; n A VLK3ftiiliiiiiiiiii hundreds of such testimonials. PrIce.Sl.50 iici bottle. Aak your druggist for It Ifbo dots not Keep it, tend U3 25c stamps or el! vcr, for (rial box. V1 W. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. j&M'pj ?sm a ft j mm DWARD CLMSSE 'tjJmCC2'J,'ZEC2-A- . T,. ..a .?' 2 u if Pi umber, GaspsSteam Fitter -- . . -- AND DEALER IN- - w ft Tlie Ladies. I I 1 1 tm'v m m Ifr: m The pleasant effect and perfect safetv with which ladies may use the California liquid laxative Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, marces id their favorite remedy. To get tho true and genuine article, look for the manager promises faithfully that name of tho California Fig Syrup Co., every piece will be put up in this printed near the bottom of tho pack- city. 22 "Tho Fast Mail" is a molodrama, a age. play of plays which goes with a rush, Machine Worlds Sold. from a river view to a murder at Memphis, until it ends with retriMessrs. Sam. J. Shea and W. Lint. bution on the suspension bridge in Tanner have purchased the Capital sight of Niagara Falls, whore the Oitv Maohine Works from Messrs. roar of the cataract is' hoard and the Stephens A Gault, and have taken mist is seen rising from the whirlpool possession. Tho style of the firm will into which real water is running. hereafter bo Shea & Tanner, who will As in "Silver Kink," a young man proceed to work up the business of thinks he has committed murder. tho establishment in the way of re- Another man for revenge commits pairing machinery and will also add the crime. Walter is hunted and his a plumbing department. Both gen- faithful Mary tries to protect him, tlemen aro clever, energetio fellows flying with him. The villain pursues and we wish them success. them. They aro blown up on a IPB AND FITTINGS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK As mercury will surely destroy GUARANTEED. of smell and comthe sens pletely' derange tho wholo system Opposite State House, Pi.NKFORT, KENTUCKY. when entering it through tho mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as tho damage they will do is ten fold 'to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Oure,manufactured(by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, .and is taken internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall'B Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It-itaken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. BSTSold by Druggist, price 7ft per Beware of Ointments for Gas Catarrlt tliat Contain Mercury, Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, BRYANT & STRATTON Business Book-keepin- Csilei Write for Oatalooue and Full Information. Shorthand. Telegraphy, &o, SViLUs.,K.Y. ON- -- s FOR LOW PRICES CALL - C. K. bottle. 4. COLLINS Oils & BRO.., Iroa, Steel. Advertised Letters at Frankfort, Ky. Belof will be found a list of advertised letters for the weok ending Feb. 20th, 1802: Hardware! Wall Paper and D$ corationUime, Plaster Cement, Glisi, :nd Ifcsd Pauls, hmih Belting, Suh, Doors, Blinds, Al.SOA FULL LINE OF 5ss., Fowder. 33xct. and Sliella. Burbridge, Ben Brooks, Olay A Successful Engagement. I Mil The Wilbur Opera Company gavo three excellent performances here this week, Monday "Fanchette," Tuesday matinee ,4Fra Diavolo,"5and I i W ( Tuesday night "Erminio," to the most fashionable and largest probably, that ever ataudiences, tended a theatrical performance in the history of tho house. The principal characters wore all in good hands, but the crowning glory was the chorus. It ha3 never been our good fortune to see a better, and the ' bald heads wero kept in a thrill of Electric Bitters. ecstatio delight asithe graceful formB This remedy is becoming so marched the mazes of tho ballet and well known and so popular as to tripped tho light fantastic into their need no special mention. All susceptible hearts. who have used Electric Bitters i i i with rapture-smitte- n sing the same song of praise. 'Who hath not own'd A purer medicine does not exist, framo power of grace, the maglo of a and it is guaranteed to do all that The name" is claimed. Electric Bitters will Asks Campboll. the poet, in his "Pleasures of Hope." Pleasures of cure all diseases of the Liver and Hope, forsooth. Many and many a Kidneys, will remove Pimples, woman knowB thorn no longer. Thoy Boils, Salt Rheum and other affecaro in dospair about thoir hoalth. They are run down, debilitated, tions caused by impure blood. suffering from what thoy know not. Will drive Malaria from the sysIt may bo dyspepsia, heart disease, tem and prevent as well as cure all llvor or kidnoy disease; any or all of Malarial fevers. For cure of them. Tho sicknesses of women aro ourod by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- Headache, Constipation and Indiscription. There's where tho maglo gestion try Electric Bitters. Enof a name comes in. This improves tire satisfaction guaranteed, or digestion,, invigorates tho system, enriches the blood, dispel aohoB and money efunded. Price 50 cts. pains, produces refreshing sleep, dis- and $1 per bottle at South Side pels nervousness and molanoholy. drug store. and builds up both tho fleBh and P. H. Carpenter. 5 strength of those reduced below n steamboat, betrayed at a railway Btation, decoyed to a den in Chicago, and finally esoapo to Niagara. Tho steamboat explosion is very startling. How true it is can only bo answered by those who have been blown up and saved on a raft. The railroad effect showing a station master's and tolegraph office, with tho arrival of a long freight train followed by tho fast mail, which picks up the mail bag on the fly, is said to bo the best that has ever been produced, and tho closing picture of tho Niagara Falls is a work of art made real. Bryne, J. "VV. Brooks, Louis Davis, Annie Linsy, T. Morchant, John Maddox, Mr. North, Con. Sewer and Ploi Pipe, and Rnck Newman, Mrs. W. d, Daniel, Lieut. Polsgrove, Sanford Ohandlea, Mahala Stephens, Ann zie Ella Foster, Margaret Salyors, Fancy JOIN AND LEWIS STREET Stophor, Ellen Fox, Wm. Green, Geo. F. Thomas, J. N. & Ulimoro, liicharci uo. Smith, Peter Harvey, E. Hudson, Mrs. J. E. Thompson, Malis-HyneA NOVELTY OF Minnie b.i Webber, Oal Hunter, P. J. STERLING Hudson, Richard Whalen, John H. Wilson, Jas. G. Lewis, Ada 0-- M MERIT. Lewis, John c0 When calling for those letters say advertised. 43-l- Salt. i:a mkfort KENTUcsar. PRICE PER PACKET; s, v? jvucv -- $ 15 CENTS. J. M. SATFEIil., Postmaster. u Saratoga Association. Mr. Charles Wheatly, Sec'y of tho Saratoga Racing Association writes. "From the exporionco of many years' use Ouinn's Ointment, I unhesitat ingly recommend it for tho cure of liioou opavins, winupuiia, uuu uijicj-sof- t EXCELLENT enlargements." FLAVOR. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Unsurpassed for cutting. Magnificently fringed. BRIGHT CREAM COLOR. Round aa n ball. Eaay to raise, rrlcoperpkt.lOc. ':i V ti , 13 For Sale! For Sale. 0 N FEBRUARY COURT DAY (MONDAY J2d). o TICK'S BTIHiIL1IA.lVrr POPPY. VICK'S OJEI.ItM:3E3T PiElA.. ' .,XJH l'JU mule man s nt in nvinck. l will sell twrnty-ilvnt tlie Court house nt Versailles, to tlie hlKlieot bidder without reserve. The lot Is composed of laruo, line young mures , i ncy nne Been owi w VICIC'S Fr.onAZi contains i.'r!?i JTrw' X,aetired' wM ISO, Imported Jticks. Among them lire some excellent VwtAha 1,000 Illustration. GUIDIS pages 8 which Inches. several Over 100 x 10W The Uons low to plant and care for garden. I).cHitlou of over an Now NovelUei. Mailed on somo tood work marcs. roadster unci above stock Is sold for no fault of their own bnt receipt ol uddrcsa and 10 cents, which may bo deducted from flrst order to make room for my lncieasln number of Kour months time without Interest will be given on good security. . JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, RY. 13 1) Feb.l2t. JiH0AMDluIiJ1 i . Jan. ; I1! 1'j wr ,, "f lV 6., vr i BIM3! TOSfl X Q 'f i 7T'-J!lii- wpifi -- I s- - 3 ! m I'M isssstffssssRnfcr ' The Place to Buy Fine Wedding Presents File largest line to select from, the lowest prices and the rfssssssssssssssKs' most useful things to he fonnd in any house in If the city. No trouble lo show goods, 1 , . v," r t Give mo a call.. ssssssssssssKlSILjFijj K tf""HH fja 7 XK Religious. We would P"iPW3ffli W liS lOL C For 15-t- f. JSIL !&y Kentucky Central Ilailwav "BLUB GRASS ROUTE,' Hhortcstand Quickest routerroin be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcementi which they may wish made. Baptist Church Taylor, the pastor. Sunday-scho- ol 0:30 in the chapel. Public worship 11 and 7:30, conducted by Rev. W. at at 0. Krt ,V Sfe Johnston. The bridomaids wore soft gowns of Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his china silk; two in white; two in yelpulpit at 11 o'clock a. m. low, and two in blue, and carried bouquets of pink roses. The bride and 7:30 o'clock p. m. was preceded by Master Marcus of Frankfort, in First Presbyterian Church The Blakemore, white, who, with a dainty his long costume of usual services at 11 a. blonde curls, made an exceedingly m. and 7:30 p.m., conducted by Rev. J. picturesque page. Hispduty was to McOlusky Blayney, D. D., the pastor. hold the bride's boquot while the ring was being placed on her finger. Bailey ' Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Masters carried Grinstead and Garvin the ribbons that sep Thomas Penick, the rector, will occupy arated the guests in evening toilets his pulpit at Ascension Church to- from- those who wore only invited to in dark morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at j the church. These were The maid dress suits with white ties. 7:30 p. m. of honor wore a stylish toilet of sea-- I foam silk, trimmed with ribbon and Catholic Church The usual Valenciennes lace; the bride wore Bervices at the Church of the Good a handsome cown of white rep silk, duchosso lace. Heri Shepherd will be con trimmed with flowers were orange blossoms. ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, The ceremony took place at 8 o'clock, after which there was a re .the pastor. at the residence of the bride's .First mass at 8 a. m., second mass ception Mr. Eugene Moore, on East father, Tit 10:30 a. m, and vespers at 3 p. m. Jacob street. The invitations were limitod to the bridal party, the facChristian Church Mr. Darsie ulty of the University of Louisville families the has returned from his visit East, and and the immediate The houseof was bride and groom. at 11 and 7:30 tastefully decorated for the occasion, will preach as usual. Subject at night, "Cruelty and at midnight an elaborate supper was served. There were a number to Animals and Children." of very handsome presents, many Young People's Society of Christian congratulation and some guests from Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- different points in the State, among at whom were: Mrs. Oscar Blakemore, er meeting in the Lecture-rooof Frankfort; Miss Mary Ettie Smith 7 p. m. and Mr. John W. Williams, also of Frankfort; Dr. and Mrs. Risque and Methodist Church Rev. H. G. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nutter, of Scott county; Mrs. W. P. Woollblk, Henderson will preach and Mrs. George eve- of Versailles, morning at 11 o'clock and in the Hughes, of Lexington. ning at 7:30. Dr. and Mrs. Goodman left at 2 a. Sunday-schoconvenes at 9:30 a.m. m. for the East, expecting to be abThe Epworth League will meet in sent several weeks the class room at 0:45 o'clock p. m. Mr. Henderson extends a cordial Tlie Old Original Remedy Leads. invitation to the members of the General Assembly to attend those Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about services. '"germs," "baccilli," &c, to of this coun- sell their preparations, thus preventRev. John H. Burdin, original ing people from ty, has been called to the pastorial tested medicine. buying the Microbe "Radam's Lick Baptist Church, Killer" is what you need. It is now, care in Scott county. He has accepted and for years has been, making more cures than all the call and will preach there on the combined. Read theirother remedies advertisement Sunday in each in this paper. Don't be deceived. first Saturday and month, at 11 o'clock. gressively conducted by Rev. E. W. of the church. The bride was attended by Miss Jane Swipjert Moore, her sister, who acted, as maid of honor, and six bridomaids, Misses Julia Griswold, Mattie Freeman, of Woodford county, Bessie Newman, Minnie VanDer-vee- r, of Frankfort, and Mary Castle-maDr. J. M. Ray was the best man, and the croomsmen were Messrs. Ohas. Wintersmith John H. Thomas, Will H. Wilson. W. R. Griffith, of Frankfort, Stewart Bell and Harris n. If you have a buggy, carriage or Sale! Sale. set of harness which needs repairing take it to tho Kentucky Buggy and Harness Company on east Broadway. ON FEBRUARY COURT DAY (MONDAY 22d), 10 o'clock, I will nell twenty.flve mule mares All work promptly executed. For as at the Court house at Versailles, to the highest bidder without rosorve. Tin lot Is composed of large, line young mares. Thoy have been bred to Imported Jacks. Among them are some excellent roadsters und some good work mnres. The iibove stos): Is sold for no f.iult of tne r own but to make room for my lncrraslng number ot thoroughbred. Four months time without Interest will bo given on good soajrltr. J. N. CAMDEN, JR. t. Feb. lS-2- ouwrRAij icifljvx'Tjcii'y TO ALL POINTS IIITI, EAST. 1ST. 1H. AND SifllM. h 0 t FAST LINE UETWEEN LEXINGTON riOUKDUIjE CINCINNATI. Southern Presbyterian Ohuroh WM. CROMWELL, ATTORN EY-AT-LA- IN EFFECT NOV. 15TH.1891. & W . AW- D- south Hound REAI, JSSTATJS AGENT. PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 01 Franklin and the adjoining counties, icd will also giro ipAciAi attention to the purchasi and sale of real estate, collection of rt nta, claims, and the tegotlatlon of loans. InnSMv Lve Cincinnati, No 1, Daily Acconi. Dull j. Ex bun. Dully Express luijtilnx bxbuo. fo.E, No. 3, Is) i - I I Two doctors of an Eastern town,, To learning' much Inclined, Wcro called to sco a gentleman. Whoso health was undermined. Tho first ono used his stethoscope Upon his patient meek. "I find," quoth ho, "ono lung Is goMJ You cannot livo a week." To this tho other wlso M. D. Vehemently objected. quoth "I see,"kldnoys ho, "aa all may sec, are affected." Your Those wlso men argued loud and long, Yet the patient owes recovery (Not to thoso doctors, but to Picrco's Golden Medical Discovery). There aro some patent medicines that are xnoro marvelous than a dozen doctors' proscriptions, but they're not thoso that profess to cure everything. Everybody, now and thon, feels H rundown," " played out" Thoy'vo tho will, but no power to genorate vitality. Thoy'ro not sick enough to call a doctor, but just too sick to bo welt That's where tho right kind of a patent medicino comes in, ana does for a dollar what tho doctor wouldn't do for less than flvo or ten. "Wo put in our claim for Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. "Wo claim it to bo un unoqualod. remedy to purify the blood and invigorate tho whole systoin. r, sold through It's tho cheapest druggists, no matter how many doses ore offered for a dollar. Because it's sold on a peculiar Why plan, and you only pay for the good you get. Can you ask mare I blood-purlflo- IIMHAOTLEULIS! The flHkk and direct route tram Lvolierea. TOMS: Lveuovingtou. bltjani oOoliii Falmouth, moaui UJbpiu " Cynthian.i lu4dam 'jWpiii Arr Paris. . . niaaui lUIiopm " Lexington lu ifjnn 11 00pm Lve Paris. . . iljjjaiiii Arr Winchester l'lUim .' . . . Le Winchester 12 40pm . . Arr Richmond. 133pm Lve Richmond. Iit5pm ArrLivingston. . . aiuaui bUOpu. 1 65pm ai&piL 4S6pm oHGpm ti lUpm 7U)pm . . . . 61Bpm it)6Upiu 7 05pm bOOpin . . .... .... .... .... .... .... .... . . Jf . . 'r l4 fr 1 ft' t w &V 205pm V . . . Bi'i ,r bUOpm L0DIS11E Tl 1QKIHSAS IK Lvo Livingston. Lve London . . Arr Cor Din. . . One hundred and flftj lalles BHOETEST TO LITTLE BOCK And the only LveCorbln. . . DOOjmi Lve Barb'rvllle. 6 62pm Lve Plnevllle. . C 41pm LvoMlddlesb'h. 7il5pm Arr Cum'b Gup. 7 55pm Lve Corum. . . 4 60pm Lve Wlllla'sb'g. 6 45pm ArrJelllco... . G 20pm Lve Richmond 1 6Upm Lve Lancaster.. 4 45pm Arr Stanford. . 5 20pm 15pm 4 lUpin 4 50pm V IP 1V.1. . . .' V J XI ito'. rest . . . . . . . . . . . . Without Change of Cars If you are going to emigrate to No. 2, North-Bound. ft , Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth Austin, Houstin, This Is ? Dally Ex Sun. Express vmi7' Ex Sun. i the CHEAPEST AND KEST KOCTK No cn&nvn of car to iM"""? ArrKichinond. Lve Wilila'sblg. Lve$.1,1.,.c0,Vt Lye Stanford.. S g . a MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, MEMPHIfc AHD NEW ORLEANS, ArrCorbln.. . . 5 t Lve Cum'b Uup. Lvs Sllddlesb'h AiTCorbln.. . . Lve Corbln. . . Lvo London . . for further Information. HMrj T. A .. KKNTnCK LvePlnevlilo'. Lve Barb'rvlllo. 3 . ; 25 h C. P. ATItf O RE, O.P. tO',7IMl,l,K. ol 7 Wiwms as3 Tho Most Successful Ileincdr everdtscov cred, as It Is certain In Its clients and docs not bhtter. Bead proof below : "Mi-crobi- ," of-Lon- Arr Livingston. Lve Livingston Lvelierea Arr Richmond Lve Richmond.. G05im ArrWlnchester 0 65am Lve Winchester 7 10am Arr Paris. . .. 7 45am Lve Lexington. 7 00am 7 53am Arr Paris. Lvo Cynthiana. 8 21am Lve Falmouth.. 9 23am Arr Covington. 1051am Arr Cincinnati. 11 00dm MAYSVILLE BRANCH. No. 10, North-BounDaily, Ex. Sun. ... . . 15am . . . . ' ' 45am . . . 8 60am ' 9 35am ' ' . . . . 6 33ara 6 6fum 7 47ara a 85am 9 25am 9 l)5am . . 10 11am 11 05am ; . . 11 16am 12 10nn : 1241pm . . 1241pm 185pm 1 65pm 227pm 2 011pm 3 45pm 2 37pm 4 25pm 3 07pm 4 48pm 4 01pm 680pm 5 35pm GS7pm 645pm 645pm 1Q 7 05am 7 00am II .... fi '! t'! I 4 .... .... .... .... .... .... No. i r-- d. Ex. Sun 2 65 Dally, va i M xa To tlie Mardi Gras. When Baby was sick, wo gave her Cafeteria. When she was o Child, sho cried for Castoria, When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castoria. When sho had Children, she gave them Castoria. Kendall's Spavin Cure. J. Kendall dents About tlireo years oko I wrote to you nboutiUiorxoIowmxl who had a Spavin. I used jour Kendall' bpuvln Cure, and It in id? a comploto Cure. 1 havo recommended It to others who havo used It '"'til like succots. Da. II. llLS. ANXIIS account of the Mar,di Gras, the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip tiok-et- s to Mobile, Alabama, and New Orleans, Louisiana, February 26 to 29 inclusive, good returning until March 15 at ono faro. For further information apply to On SnEinvooD, Mil., Co.: Jlay 2, '00. TONIC CTJKDE Lve. Lve. Lve. Arr. Lexington Pari Millersburg Arr. Carlisle Arr. Johnson Arr. Maysville South-Boun- Lvo. Cincinnati Covington pm 302pm 520pm 615pm 638pm 840am 700pm 9 84am 764pm lOlOnm 830pm 7 00 a 111 7 55 It in 8 18 a 111 I LOSS OF APPETITE, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Pal- s pitation of tho Heart, Loss of Energy, Weakness of Back, Feelings of Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc. In use for 25 years by eminent phyeicJans find nurgeons in the United HtateH, and pronounced by tnem ino best TONIU extant-I- t uures where all others fall. Try It and be convinced, ask your Druggist for It. No. 9, No. 11. Daily, Daily. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun E. KlttlLiliOlC. W. W. Alexander, W. L. Coppersmith, the jeweler, is the loading repairer in the city. 231 . St. Clair street. 45-l- y. Agent. Kendall's Spavin Cure. T.indun, Warren Co., Va., Juno 22, 1889. Dn. I). J. Kendall Co.: Dear Sirs I must sny thnt I onco tried a bottle of your Kendall's Hpavln Curo on ft tlireo) ear-olcoll, and It entlrelv romoed a bono spavin ana I did not use nil tho luittle In removing It. Tho homo Is slxor seven ycart old, very bound, and has done hard work all of tho time. Itespoctiully yours, E. Kjkosto.v Sxusbcbt. d Lve.MaysviUe Lve. Johnson Lve. Carlisle Lve.Millersburg Arr. Paris Arr. Lexington. , Arr. Covington Arr. Cincinnati -- . pm pin 320pm 345pm 740 a in 4 10pm 8'28 a HI 700pm 10 61 a m 1187 pm 6 20 a 111 6 67am 6 60am 7 16am 160 227 K 11 00 am 0 45pm King's Royal Gcnnctcur. tho medicine of the Its phonominal success as a seller and favorito with the people is the acknowledged wonder of tho Based upon the medicine world. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Norvo Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt tho most reliable germ destroyer in and to tho extent that the germ theory is correct, King's Royal Gormetour is tho remedy. It Is no accident but is the result of fifteen years study of modical genius. For y Goodman-Moor- e. century, The following notioo of the marriage of Miss Eleanora Moore, for merly of this city, and Dr. Harry Goodman is taken from the Louisof Thursday: ville Courier-JournThe first Christian Ohuroh was filled last night with friends who had gathered to witness the solemnization of the marriage of Dr. Harry Goodman and Miss Elanora Moore. The wedding was an event of more than ordinary interest, and the ceremony, though simple, was effective in all its appointments, and was im- - sale by Chapman al Kendall's Spavin Cure. Columbia, Ala., July 21, 1889. Da. I). J. Kkxtuix Co. : Gents I hnvo effectually rmnved ono case of bono Hpnvlu with your Kendall's Spavin Cure. I cheerfully recommend It to nil. llespcctfully, It. O, KKiaur. Prlco $ per bottle, or six bottles for 3. All druggists have It or can get It for you, or It will bo sent to any address on receipt of prlco by tho propria tors. OR. B. J. KENDALL CO., 1 PRICE, $1.00 PEB BOTTUE. J. W. ED RAY & GO,, MaDfs. and Proprs., ex-istan- PABIH, B. . JSLTT. AVERILL, Sola Agent, & Williams, 10 Aug. My, Enosburgh Falls, Vermont Junel3-lr- Frankfort, Ky. No.l Runsdally, No. 4 Runs dally from all stations except the Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 6 Dally except Sunday. No 5. runs dally except Sunday between Cincinnati and Lexington. No. 10 Paris und Lexington Accommodation dally. Loaves Loxlngfon 10.00 a. in. Arrives Paris lOi'fia. m. No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Leaves Arrives Falinoutn Cincinnati 5.16 p. in 7:05 p. in., dally except Sunday, 0 a. m. Arrives CinNo. 8 Leaves Falmouth cinnati 7.66 a. in,, dally except Sunday. Nos. land 3 mako connections at Winchester for points on the N.N, & M. V. Ry., E. J). No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to MIddlesborough and Cumberland a ap and all Intermediate stations and runs dally. 8. R. KNOTT, 0. P. ATMORE, Traffic Manager. fien. Pass. Agt. General Offlces, Louisville, Ky. S. F. B. MORSE, Asst. Oen'l Pass. Ag"t. Office, Clmmberof Commerce Bldg., Cincinnati, 0. No. 1 Bally to nil points except Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday, No. 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexington to Cincinnati. ! IV ( r Mi . w JLs. I W& IP 3STE3"W Silver Hat Ping, Gold and Silver Hair Pins, Gold and Silver Chatelaines, Pins, Gold and Silver Bow-KnGold and Silver Heart Lockets, New Designs in Souvenir Spoons, ot AT BARGAIN PRICES. Mmk v -- GOODS! Waltham, . WESlttflB' EWATtt tA$m Women wlio Die Early. Many of our most beautiful and accomplished ladies die before they have reached the prime of life. Of those who live to middle ago only one in two hundred is sound; the other one are sufferhundred and ninety-nin- e The ers. Why is it? shattered health can bo restored; the home made happy, and your life lengthened if you commence atonco. 'Itose Uufls" have beon used for 20 years in the private practice of ono of the most eminent physicians of Paris, and tho following diseases and their distressing symptoms yield to them like magic: Ulceration, Congestion and Falling of tho Womb, Ovarian Tumors, Dropsy of the Womb, Bearing Down Pains, Rupturo of Childbirth and Miscarriages. One package of "Rose Buds" will make a new woman of you. (Leucorrhea or Whites are generally cured by one application.) Price per package (one month's treatment) 1.00 sent by mail post paid, securely packed. The LeveHette Specific Co., 339 Washington St., Boston, 20 lm 2 Mass. Self-neglec- j MM . t. . nowara. minoiS, Hockford, Hampden, tndlulluu. .. ZKZ3T. -- ini 2vm .A Miles Nerve and Liver - SEX-ilS-EIKa- ?, Tlie Jeweler, IFIIKIIIF'OrEcT, U v Mrs. Nannie Ross, the President of tho State D. of 11 , and was assisted Pills. by tho Deputy Grand Master, B. B, Wilson, of tho Grand Lodge of I. O. Act on a now principle-regulat- ing O. F. of Kentucky, Past Grand ' the liver, stomach and bowelB though Carles Johnson, Mrs. J. Gilchrist Dr. and Mrs. Ollie Seahorn, discovery. thenervea. A now of Will Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Pouch Lodge, No. 25, of Lexington, piles, constipa- Kentucky. bad taste, torpid liver, tion. Splendid for men, women and The Lodge was instituted with children. Smallest, mildest, surest. twenty-fiv- e charter members, after 50 doses for 25 conts. Samples free y at which tho following officers wero elected and instructed by Deputy J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. Grand Master, B. B. Wilson: W. B. Bridgeford. N. G. Forks of Ellcliorn. Mrs. A. Ohilson, V. G. , Thos. Hunter, P. G. Died At his homo at Steadman-townMiss Virgio Nelson, Sec'y. Mr. on the 13th of February, Mrs. E. Firestone, Treasurer. Layfayette Martin, aged 71 years. Charles Zoeller, Chaplain. preached by Rev. J. The funeral was A. Ohilson, Inside Guard H. Burdin. Wm, McEnnis, Host. Mr. James W. Alley has taken part The Lodge was named Geo. W. Jake Harper's, Gwin, No. 45, D. of R. of his house and moved in Wednesday. The President, Mrs. Nannie Ross, J. Tobacco, tobacco is all you hear B. B. Wilson, Ghas Johnson, Mrs.denow. Everyone than has suitable Gilchrist and Mrs. Ollie Seahorn serve much praise for the manner in ground will put in a crop. performed their work put which they allthe Lodge and deliverMr. Ed. Flynn is preparing to in organizing up his house as soon as the weather ing their parts, for they did tho work will permit. beautifully and made a splendid imtho which MissSallie Samuels, of Stamping pression onvoted members, forof Geo. tho thanks Miss Annie South, they were Ground, is visiting W. Gwin Lodge and also for assistat Stedmantown, ing in organizing that body. After Mr. J. H. Burdin is canvassing the the ceremonies were concluded all county for the life of Spurgeon, the were invited to the north hall to pargreat preacher. All of you who wish take of refreshments which had been. by tho ladies of Geo. W. the book will do well to see Mr. Burdin. win Lodge, and were enjoyed by Brother Mack, who Mr, John McBride was in Louisville all, especially quail on toast with a who is went for tho last week to visit his sister, rush and was ably assisted by Bro3. quite ill again. Stephens, Bridgeford and the little Mr.-AT. Stedman, at the time of three. Brother A. K. Stephens was elected this writing, is very ill. Margaret Allen has returned Past Grand on Monday night, and at Miss the regular meeting, Wednesday home after a visit to friends in Lex- evening, he resigned, and Thomas ington. She is now with her sister, Hunter was elected to the position. Mrs. South Trimble. 45-lson-in-law'- .ftl 4 E A SURE CURES NOTHING BUT AND CERTAIN CURE, THE BEST REMEDV FOR PREPARED BY RICHARD50N-TAYL0- H KNOWN FOR. 15 YEARS AS PILES. PILES. MED. CO. ST. LOUIS MO. ifl . . ; Plants, Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. !, s. NO J TKBOMPSON. 261 1 W " Excursion to Marcli Gras, New Orleans and Mobile. The Queen & Crescent route will sell tickets February 28, 27, 28 and 29, at one fare for tho round trip, to New Orleans and Mobile, account the Mardi Gras, March lBt. Tiokets good for return until March 16th, 1892. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. WEST JEFFERSON STREET, LOUISVILLE, IEinTTTTOI-H"- . .n i TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050.R1NG2. Rose Buds a Specially, floral Designs. , . Clover Seed. We have on hand about 400 bushels of strictly prime clover seed, which we will guarantee to sell at Louisville quotations. Buy at home and save Sarah Jane. It is with infinite satisfaction that I Don't Monlcey Witli tlie Suake. state the fact that Dr. Bull's Cough long used in my Syrup has been It is stated that a rattlesnake canfamily and with marked success. R. Jarvis, Chief Eng. Fire Dept., not bito if held up by the tail. Would F. you like to put the statement to a Petersburg, Va. practical testT Probably not; butoften do you take far greater riBks? A snake The Major's Recital. bite is not the only means of introducing poison into the system. If Kentucky's poet, Major Henry T. your liver is sluggish, it fails to reStanton, of Frankfort, gavo one of move the impurities from tho blood his most charming poetical recitals which passes through it, and deadly in the Chapel of the Jessamine poisons aro thus thrown into tho Female Institute, Wednesday even- circulation, all the more dangerous cultured audience, because they are insidious. If your ing, to a and poetical effusions blood is impure, if your liver is out of and were highly enjoyed by those who order, if you have blotches, pimples, were fortunate enough to be present. boils or eruptions, "don't monkey Those who were not, missed a rare with the snakol" Take Dr. Pierce's poetical treat. The best among the Golden Medical Discovery, tho only recited, were: specific against all no many selections "Jacob Brown," ''Jones, of Arkan- matter of what name or nature. It sas," "He kiBsod her, my Sister," is sold under a positive guarantee "The Peter Bird," and last, but not that it will benefit or cure, or your A least, "The Moneyless Man." as- money will be refunded. better pleased audience never of sembled at the Chapel than that Wednesday evening. Nicholaaville LOUISVILLE TOBACCO fair-sized, his-effort- s freight. 21-t- f. Mastin Bros. STILL LOW Best lELd.ig'o IE31"u.e ZQestlZDsixls: Osi-lico-, -- ft A2 &i m 'a If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, left at your evory morning, leave residence orders at YV. H. Avorill's drug store, tho U. S. Express office or H. E. f. Williams' grocery. 23-t- j Money to Lend real estate by tho Louisville Savings, Loan and Building Company. On George L. Payne, Ostliccs, 5bc ZETlstin.ri.el, -- 4c. I . .' XI 22-5- t. Agent. . jpxojci O-ood. i.s, Buggies, carriages and harness repaired by tho Kentucky and Harness Company. 15-t- f. ""s77"id.e C3-ood. (.ADAM'S MICROBE KILLER. blood-poiBon- CURES ALL DISEASES. tin result of fermentation mid decay, caused by living microbes In the human system, und whatever remedy will nuiifythp blood br removing the cause of disease and build up the henlth and strength ot tho patient. Is the one to use. HADAM'S Because till diseases are Siaating', r7j4om were jFletid. Oottoxi, 5c. Oolored. npoplin for Oorxiort, was lOc. Ostrxton. Sc. 5c. i?; Mi 2c ''', IS 3c knd Hare jtn writlta tn. y.if If you blTia'l, TriiJom V rtf Democrat. Ift MARKET. Slioti4 House. 371 Be yvery J, L. RODMAN & SON DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. MICROBE KILLER Clay St., Sharps; burg. Pa. , says he will not be without Dr. King'B New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with Pneumonia aftor an attack of 'LaGrippe" when various other remedies and several physicians had done hor no good. Robert Barber, of Oooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's Now Discovery has dono him more ;ood than anything ho ever used for J Nothing like it. Mug Trouble. Try it. Free Trial Bottles at P. H. Largo OAKPENTEn's Drug Store. 5 bottles, 50c. and $1 00 J. B. Wilson, Sales on our market for the week justoloBed amount to 4,134 hhds., with receipts of 3,223 for the same period. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 22,708 hhds. Sales of tho crop of 1890 on our market to date 21,535 hhdB. ot Organization ofthe of Rcbclcali. There is not much to report with Saturday, March 5, 1892 regard to tho condition of our niar-kSaturday, March 26, 1892. for new burloy this week. At tho beginning of tho week there was a without HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) little irregularity in the market other explorers lnselentlllc lields.uiidhus demon- operation an d with little cured pain. surgical or no which, however, was of very short strated beyond u doubt th.it no disease can KEEEttENCES . duration and tho market is now aB exist without a disordered system, am Ishis superb W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. strong and active as at any time dur- remedy stands at the front because It J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Ky. ing the season. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Tho Original and Old Reliable Tho following quotations fairly J. T. Stuten, Frankfort, Ky. bee-ills- is nature's remedy, and Is the uroutest boon ever given to mankind, hence the spurious Imitations which follow In the path of Its wonderful cures of Consumption, Ojturrh, Debility, Indigestion, Rheumatism, Honvl, Bladder, Skin anu all other diseases which are quickly nnd permanently utred by this never tailing compound waicn ii's none ni'iru iur hiiuihiuk humanity than all tho prescription s of poisonous, proprietary medicines, drugs, nostrums, ' It removes 111 &c. all put tog'thr, cause of disease and Insures health. Thousands of voluntary certificates of almost miraculous cures attest theo fnots, mm uVmonstmie to the world that Win. Ktuluni, the Great Pioneer In his Wonderful Discovery, h is gone fur ahead of all PHOENIX HOTEL, IN LEXINGTON, KY., illl KL'WJWEKflf 7 C. Deo.B-l- y, tmbltloa ufftit :rill. tO'di. I Iprorali. jrou tar kp.cltl, p.rionU ttttnllon. I an. Inttlllfint Jtrttkt la bri.II ttich any f.liljr iDt.lllj.nl ptrion of ithtr mi, who writi, and who, altar Initructloo, lr, will work how to in rttd and ':)S taraThrta Thoa-aa- d Dolls. a raarla th.lt own loolltlti, whtro iter th.j- lira. I will alio furulib lha altuatton or mploim.nt, at which you can tarn thai amount. I charfa nothing and rac.lra nothing union ai abora. Nothing difficult s ? - Bangli-ter- s represent our market for hurley Trash (dark) or damaged tobacco: tobaoco Oolory trash Common lugs not colory Oolory lugs Common leaf. Medium to good leaf.. Good to flno fillers A callod meeting was held in the hall of Capital Lodge, No. 0, 1. O. O. F., on Monday evening, February 15, 1802, for the purpose of organizing a Lodge of tho "Daughters of Re-beka- The meeting was callod to order by Select or wrappory loaf. 22 0Pfa 33 00 Microbe Killer a jialatablo remedy which cures diseases bynrrestlm: decay und placing ihobvs-terIn ti natural tiud healthy condition. this wondennl health Investigate Uu 3 50 giving discovery, which has stood the test and 2 00 thousands) ot nil manner ot diseases; and 3 00h 0 00 cured of an otner socuuea germ or microoo beware 3 GOtm 4 00 destroyers, which tireoften thus advertised to sell 6 60fji) 10 00 their otherwise worthless mixtures, and which ot this Great Wonder Worklne 5 00(a) 8 00 are but Imltatons Remedy. 7 SO 12 00 For full particulars ami certificates of wonderor address J. 12 00 22 00 ful cures, GAYLE CO,, W. (JAYLE Franklin & solousents for ty. com n f Jan, 16-l- Berberlch. Frankfort, Ky. Itev. Ii. 1. llujett. Hensnn. Ky. A. II. McClure, Knmkfort, Ky. V. J. Hushes. Frankfort, Ky. T)avld Moore, Ponson, Ky. Jus. M. Wlthrow, Krankfott, Ky. DP.. KELLEY'S ofllcennd rcsldenco Is nt 2C9 West Eighth strcet.CInclnnatl.nndwhero ho mny bo found every day of each week except SATURDAYS, Pamphlets describing these diseases and tho mode of treatment sent free to any ono W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing 259 V. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE.. V. '4 mB. '1Sf to lltrn, or that raquiraa mucn I datlra but o ; Urn.. p.raon Irotn ona aacn aitinci or county. 1 hare already taufht and prorldadwtlhtnw ploymtnt a largo numbtr who aro making orer 1 hr.a 1 houiand Dollar! a Yaar, each. All la new, olid, eure. Full particular iVee. After you know all, If you. Eguclude to go no further, why, no harm ll don. Addien, ALLCV, Uok 44U, Aimuatw, Mulne. tu 'j j vaJn jidif j wsmsm HSSg&HMKa fWV 8-.- tm WF fH CRUTC -- TAR 4S k '' Our Great Slaughter our immense establishment. It seems to us trat every citizen in this community should be inerested in this GREAT CUT SALE and come and see what we are ing. 5 WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEB. 1st. We commence this morning another cut, as we are forced to ha've money. This great slaughter sale embraces every article in . k ' 'M Furnishing Goods. Men's Clothing. See 315 pairs Jeans Pants, best quality, $1.50 and $1.75, cut to $1.25. See our $6. 50 Overcoats cut to $4. See our $6 and $7 Suits, Sacks and Frocks, cut to 4. See 1,956 Suits, some of them cut20 percent., some 30 per cent,, one-half Clothing, Clothing. Boys' and Children's. 1 Shoes! Shoes! Kid p? 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 79c. See the regular 50c. and 60c. Shirts cut to 40c. See our 10c. Half Hose. See our 8c. Handkerchiefs. See our 15c. Suspenders. See the greatest cut in Furnishing Goods in this city. See our Ladies' $1.10 Shoes. I , See the $1 Overcoats. Sec the 4-5- See our Children's School Shoes 90c. to $1.10. See our Ladies' Rubbers only 19c. M M 5 Suits cut to $3.50. See the $6.50 Suits See our 45 c. Pants. Boys' cut to Knee WJ fcf ' and some into. See our Men's and Boys' Lace and Congress Shoes, 1.10. See the GREATEST SHOE Stock in Frankfort go at a sacrifice. The greatest slaughter sale ever known in this city. See our $7 Cape All Wool Overcoat go at 4. H ,A lTTCXSEJESIE. Main Street, FRANKFORT. Fatal Mistake. "jT-A-iHt.Tr S" 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. Physicians make no more fatal mistake than when they inform patients that nervous heart troubles come from the stomach and are of little Dr. Franklin Miles, consequence. the noted Indiana' specialist, has proven the contrary in his new book on "Heart Disease," which may be had free at J. W. Gayle's who guarantees and recommends Dr. Miles' New Heart Oure which has the largest sale of any heart remedy in the world. It cures nervous and organic heart disease, short breath, fluttering, pain or tenderness in the side, arm or shoulder, irregular pulse, fainting, smothering, dropsy, etc. llis Restorative Nervine cures head2 ache, fits, etc. un-equal- Council Proceedings. r?M. i j V ADJOURNED MEETING. rt 1 an ordinance to provide fob the payment THE CITY OF FRANKFORT. Be it ordained by the Board of the city of Frankfort: 1 illlHIlMUVIIIUl U'iVUlUl OUUUUIl X. IThnt ftin flhlaf nrPnllna committee. The jewelry store license of R. W. Whitehead was transferred to Sam J. Shea. Goo. F. Berry was granted permission to build a stable on his premises on the south side The following ordinance was offered and adopted. ed. .Councilmen Mastin, Darnell and Richardson were appointed a committee to notify Col. Rodman of his election. An ordinance was offered to fix all laundry licenses at $50 per annum. This includes agencies In this city of laundries situated in distant cities. It was referred to the ordinance out the unexpired term of Councilman John W. Payne was in order, and (Jol. ThoB. ttoamnn was nominated. It was moved that his nomination be made unanimous. Adopt- The city council mot in an adjourned session at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. All the councilmen were present except W. T. Gaines. The election of a councilman to fill the City Clerk a true and accurate a list or roll of all the men under his command during the month, giving the names, position, number of days Valuable Town Lots. or fraction of day each member has Who has a National Reputation for the Berved and the amount to which each Treatment of Chronic and Nervous is entitled, which list or roll, when so A. VALUABLE PIECE OF GROUND SUITABLE Diseases Treated over Ten T hous- for nice residences, situated on the bouth mado out, must, before payment sideol Wapplng street In a good nolghbortiood, and Patients in the State of thereof, bo approved or certified as fronting 176 feet ou Wapplng Btreet aud extendIndiana Last Year. , Is Kentucky river. ing to correct by a majority of the Police oflered theprivate sale, either as The property lots a whole or In at and Fire Commissioners; and if, for to suit purchasers. For terms apply to J. G. any cause, the Chief of Police or the Dudley at Branch Bank of Kentucky, or to Wni. Chief of the Fire Department shall Cromwell. Jan. fail to make up and present said list or roll to the City Clerk for more than Scientific America five days after the end of any month, Agency for then it shall be lawful for the Board of Police and Fire Commissioners to make up said list or roll from such evidence as they may be able to obtain; and when said list or roll hab been so made out and certified as correct by a majority of the Board of CAVEATS, Police and Fire Commissioners, it rcnuc munikoi DESIGN PATENTS shall bo the duty of the City Clerk to COPYRIGHTS, etc. issue his warrant on the Treasurer in For Information and freo Handbook vrrlto to MUNN & CO.. 361 BnOADWAY, NKW YOUK. fuvor of each member of tho Police bureau for securing patent In America. and Fire Department for the amount Oldest patent taken out by us Is brouftht before Every public by a notlco given free of charge In tho so ascertained to bo due each, and tho take his receipt therefor. Sec. 2. All ordinances, or parts of ordinances, in conflict herewith, are Largest circulation of any scientific paper In tbo hereby repealed. r Illustrated No Intelligent bo without Sec. 3. This ordinance to take ef- man shouldsix months. it. Weekliv. m.'i.iiii a year: 1.50 MUNN fect and be in force from and after its VuausiiEiis, 881 Broadway.ddress York. & CO- New passage. ,The council then adjourned until Newport Hews & Mississippi Valley Co, Friday night, February 19. FORSALE. ircsbful warn. ,. W A m tJiionest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND Only dlrec ' lG-l- FRANKFORT. n llno between Frankfort, Georgetown lisle, and Paris, Fal- Car- 1 523110 1 L'aysvills, Cynihiana, mouth and Covington. ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND TUIK III IT fflnll5IHIUI nHL i' at. THIS TABHE MAY 17 1800. p.m. Mixed. 12 N 12 25 12 43 TRAIN J EA i Lv. Franktort . . Swltzer. . . . " tjtamp. Gro'd. Ar. Georgetown . Lv Georgt'n, via Ar. Cincinnati Lv. Georgetown " Newtown. . Ar. Purls . . . Lv. Paris, via K.c. " Covington . . Ar. Cincinnati. . Lv Paris via K. C. " Carlisle . . . Ar. Maysvllle . . . Lv. Paris vluK.O. Q. & O. . t liSO, U41 G4'J 5 45 6 5M 6 21 6 45 7 25 .a, . No. 7, J'nBS. " Eiknoru . 400 500 5 24 7(U 7 21 606 4 lz 4 20 4 35 107 147 7 25 7 25 7 40 7 60 1016 1015 6 60 7 05 7 15 7S2 aoo GOO Washington, Philadelphia, How to Succeed. Now York, Baltimore, This is the great problem ef life Old Point and the which few satisfactorily solve. Some Sea-Sho- . fcW j.v. "JWV Centrevllle. 8 10 7S5 480 .6 48 5 05 6 19 2 05 2 25 2 45 8 4 0 6 15 25 re of the members of the Police and Fire Departments of Coun-cilmcn- of want of luck, but the majority from deficient grit want of nerve. They ro nervous, irresolute, changeable, -- aslly get the blues and "take the opirits down to keep the spirits up," thus wasting money, time, opportunity and nerve force. There is nothing like the Restorative' Nervine, discovered by the great specialist, Dr. Miles, to euro all nervous diseases, as headache, the blaes, nervous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia, St. Vitas' dance, fits, and hysteria. Trial bottles and fine book of testimonials roe at J. W. Gayle's. 2 fail because of poor health, others AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15, 1891. Limited Accm. Dally Mall Express Dally EAST BOUND nauy, Ex Sun. ex Sun Dally. L. P. Walter. M. D. 7 63 10 44 10 50 7 65 5 48 37 45 Fust Lexington . Lve Winchester " Mt. Sterling " The Celebrated Specialist, and President of the bouthern Medical and Surgical Institute, Louisville, Ky who has created such a sensation In and around Louisville by curing diseases that 7 35am 000pm 114Uim 5 80pm baffled the medical fraternity of that city, by 82&im 6 45pm 1280pm vuupni special request of many patrons in and around 864am 712pm luopra 7 35pm our town, will visit Frankfort at the DAILY. 8 48 10 10 " Winchester . Ar. Richmond. . 1A.M. Ashland. . " 1210am 1007pm 840am Cattlettsburg " 1228pm 1023pm 59am Huntington " izoupm 1047pm 80am Washington " uU5imi 210pm Philadelphia " 10 47um 650pm Vow Vnr Arr. 1 VJOIMH Capital Hotel, February 27, 1892, ut TRAINS WEST. Lv. Richmond via K. C 83 7 20 A. H.IP. W.A. M.P. M No.a No. 2, No. 4, No. 8, No 12 Sun. Pass Pass iMIx. Mix. 1127 12 10 p in 6 25 7 65 6 48 0 15 Only train. train. train. train 820pm WEST BOUND. DAILY the Chief of the Fire Department and all the members of the Police and Fire Departments, elected by the Board of Police and Fire Commissioners, and such substitutes as may, from time to time, be ordered into service in either ofsaid departments, shall receive as a Balary or 'compensation for their services, respectively, the amount fixed by the lioara 01 Police and Fire Commissioners, same to bo paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated; and it shall bo the duty of the Chief of Police and the Chief of the Fire Department, on the last day of each month, to make out and present to aI Clieap Rates to Florida. tickets to do Funiak Springs, Florida, from February 8th to March 12th, inclusive, good to return until April 1st, 1892, On account of Florida Chautauqua, cne Li. os ss. u. it. win sou rouna trip at $24. 7 27nm Ex Sun Lve. 10 27am C08pm 1 20pm 625am Mt. 165pm ffihester . " u 15am o 4opm 2 46pm 715am 1205pm 620pra 8o5ani Louisvwe Arr 6Z5pm 960pm 740pm 1160am LIMITED VESTIBULED TRAINS run dally In connection with Chesapeake & Ohio 'F. F. v.", to New York. runs dally and kAtiC MAIL THAINS make local stops between Lexington uud Hunt- Ashland Huntington Lve. uooam 1 85pm b45rm Cattlettsburg " 025,(111 i iJ pm 7 14pm ..." Sterling C37am 205pm ington. W. W. Alexander, Agent. tlons run dally. HUNTINGTON :& MOREHEAD accommoda Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. LEXINGTON & MORKIIEAD A LEXINGTON MT. STERLING uccommodutlons run dully TUUOUOU SLEEPING CAUS to and from nshlngton and New York without chunge. Coppersmith don't send work to other cities, but does all that is instrusted to him in his building, 234 St. Olair street. W. L. 45-ly. 0. U W. BAnNEV, L. Diiown, G. A.. Lexington ,Ky. Gen. Pass, Agent, W. S. UAliniBON. (h A.. Ashland. K, Until 3 o'clock d. m. 610 105 One day only. Treats all Curable Medical aud '' Winchester . 7 16 1 68 Surgical Diseases, Cross Eyes straightened with-o- Paris 7 48 2 83 Pain, Cancers cured without knife or Costlc, Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Diseases of the Eye, Lv. Maysvllle vial K. 0. . 6 20 1 60 Eur, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Brlgbt's " Carlisle 6 60 8 20 Disease, Dlabetls.Kldneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Ar. Paris . . . . I . . . 7 40 4 10 and Sexual Diseases. Female EPILEPSY OR FITS CURED. Lv. Cincinnati via A rOSITIYK OUARANTKK. K. C. 2 20 Young and middle aged men suffering from " Covington 2 20 Spermatorrhea und Impotency, as tho result of Ar. Paris . , 5 87 In youth or excess In maturo years and , . I 9 00 8 80 6 20 other causes, producing some of tho following Lv. Paris 480 Centrevllle . 0 20 8 50 6 89 effects, as emissions, blotches, debility, nervous6 00 ' Newtown ness, dizziness, confusion of ideas, aversion to 9 02 6 49 610 Ar.Qeorgetown . I 9 45 10 02 7 04 society, defective memory und sexual exhaustion, 6 40 which unlit tho victim for business or marriage, Lv.cinclrnatlvla aro permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. Q. ftO. . . . 7 00 7 00 4 00 IJljUUU AMU DIVIXX UlbJiAO. iynhllls and complications, as sore throat. Ar. Georgetown . 1002 1002 7 04 Georgetown . K) 02 10 02 I 7 00 6 45 ailing of liulr.palnin tho bones, eruptions, etc., nre perieci vy erauicaieu wunour using mercury or " Stnmp. Gro'd 10 24 10 21 7 81 7 21 " Swltzer 10 88 10 38 7 47 7 60 . . . other Injurious drugs. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, " 10 46 10 46 7 66 8 10 . . . Elkhorn. Stricture and aU Urinary and Kidney Troubles nre,speedlly cured by treatment that litis never Ar. Frankfort . . 11 00 11 0(1 8 10 8 40 . . . failed. He u nderstakes no Incurable cases, but Nos. 1. 2, 7, 8 and 12 dully excopt Sunday. Nos cures thousands given up todle. Remember tho Hiinuays date nnd como early, as bis rooms uro always nnd 4 dally . not. n anu u OI1BISON. only. HOWARD Acent. crowded wherever he s tons GEO. B. HAHI'BIl, Gen. SupBrlntendentls CO NSULTATION FREE, VERNON CLARK, Gsner.il Pussonger Agent. Corresnondenco sollcltod and confidential. CLAUDE BOWLS, City Ticket Agent. Address THE SOUTHERN MED. & SUUG. INST., uau uiuahtf uuiuonudi ajji uuv( H'lj GENERAL OFFICE8. FRANKFORT. KY. ...... ...... ..930 self-abus- e .. ... ... ... ... L. ... .. ... mmm