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Number 25 Among the Colored Citi zens. TTts. Baxter is on tho sick list this Tveok. Mr. Robert Tray, of Cincinnati, U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. tqt 1889, jpaid our city a visit this week. Tho convention that will bo held en tho 7th should bo well attended. Miss Mary Buford Smith, of Lexington, was in tho cicy laBt week 4 ," recited atthe literary. Much credit prosed law, aro not asking for social is due Miss Price concerning the equality but for equal rights. They are mishap during her recitation, in simply asking for that which belongs citizens. They which she manifested a strong de- to them as could not ask less. Railway trains are termination to succeed. a v O O1 O' 00 02s Tho President announced tho public carriers, and are for rapid tranK 3& t tfitt ft ftf&tfi a jf b3i names of those for tho executive sit from place to placo. Railroads are public thoroughfares, and are for the committe, which areas follows: Prof. W. A, Oreditt, President; convenience of the people. The first Ohio. Green Johnson, Secretary; Louis G. class man who pays first faro should The Odd Fellows' Thanksgiving Todd, Miss Abbie McFarland, Miss have first-clas-s (accommodation, and should bo allowed to ride where he Sermon will be preached at Rev. Sarah Walker. pleases. He pays his money; he Oreditt's church the first Sunday in should have his choice of place. March. SEPARATE COACHES. Uno Hundred cents in the Hands Tho Literary Society will meet at The separate coach proposition, of a black man aro as good as one IRev. Oreditt's Ohurch, owing to tho now before the Legislature, seems to dollar in tho of a white man. protracted meetings at the other be agitating the minds of a few of tho A colored man handsrespectb himself who churches. colored people of tho Staco. Wo is as good as tho whito man who does advocated the formation The revivals have not struck have neverfor any other reason than the same. He should not be compelllaw Trankfort in full. Tho one at St. of thewo thought would bo for tho ed to wear tho badge of inequality. John's A. M. E. Ohurch has been what interest 01 society, we are "A man's a man for a' that." Tho best true scale of recognition should bo .going on for several weeks. satisfied that the large majority of report of tho editor of the the colored people 01 the state would not color hut character. The Tho colored man does Literary Society, Mr. George W. profer to have such a law on the seek social equality with not ask or his flaflell, was very excellent and accep-inbl- e Statute books. The better class of brother. Riding in the same carwhite were and won for the young man tho colored people of this Stated (and the white man makes him no more his many a golden compliment. of all other States for that matter), social peer than does walking on the A grand box party entertainment do not wish to bo thrown in contact same street or trading at the same any social was held at tho U. B. F. hall, quite a with white people in passed theyrela- counter. This cry of social equality will If the law All that large crowd being present. It was a tions. well providedisfor as the white is the sheerest nonsense. tho negro asks is that he bo not unparty is be as .successful affair, as the box ZE3ab37- people, and it would bo but a short justly discriminated against. There .a new feature in tho entertainment while before they would like it bet- are good and bad in all races, and world. ter than the present arrangement. between goodness Tho lecture" on manual training Tho Legislature should pass tho law, the bars bo drawn. and badness let That delivered by Prof. Moses A. Davis and let it go into effect at tho earliest exists is to be regretted by badness all, ro was highly appreciated by everyone practical moment. Sunday Call. gardless of race. But the innocent present and will prpve beneficial to taken from the Sunday The many who adjust themselves to the Oall above, city, is a fair sample of should not shoulder the responsibilities of the guilty. To such as may of this thereof. instructions tho average editorial which one occa- favor the law, on the narrow plea that The writer, who has been confined sionally reads in favor of tho pro- "this is tho whito man's country," it to his bed for eight weeks, is able to be posed "Separate Coach" law. It is might be well to here gently romurk at his post 01 duty again, ready to as full of illogical conclusions as it is time one year belore tho Pilgrims furniBh this column with live doings of glaring inconsistencies, and does landed at Plymouth Rock, black men of the people who have been so con- a rank injustice to the colored people wore treading tho plains, valleys and Carpets, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. stantly making inquiries about him. of the State. It is a narrow, biased, hill tops of old Virginia. Tho negro unfair statement of tho has contributed his full share to tho The very sad news came to this case and clearly shows that beneath development of our common councity Wednesday that Rev. Under- it lurking strong feelings try. wood, tho father of Dr. E. E. Under- of all there is What has tho negro done that ho race prejudice. Tho writer starts wood, of this city, was very ill and out with tho mistaken hypothesis should bo so unjustly treated? Has not expected to live. Tho Doctor that this question is agitating the he ever been untrue to this grand at Mt. Pleasant, minds of only a "few" of tho colored old Commonwealth? Has ho ever left for his bed-sidOhio, Thursday. people of tho State. The petitions faltered in his devotion to his coun- Have you not found difficult to buy a Tho Literary Society held their which are pouring in daily to tho try's flag? Has he over betrayed conof SCISSORS would hold an edere. meeting at the First Baptist Ohurch members of tho Legislature, from fidence or broken plighted faith? and soon become dull and almost on February 12th, after rendering a their constituents from all over this Must ho bo constantly looked upon protesting with contempt and as an inferior? very interesting programme The great Commonwealth, cause you to lose spirHis inheritance has been hard call for election of olflcers was in against any such injustice, show very enough, without seeking to nmko it grace? order. Prof. Creditt arose in his seat clearly that not the few, but the and made a very elegant speech, many colored people are deeply in- more rugged. As a race wo desire placing in nomination Edward Lane terested in this matter, and are stern better treatment. .Colored men have for President. After which Dr. E. E. ly oppposed to any class legislation. always been true. The sky of our "Underwood, James Woolfork and L. Tho same editorial also asserts that country's history is studded all over so, Go to M. P. GRAY and he will sell you a T. Olark endorsed what Rev. Oreditt tho better class and a largo majority with the achievements of black men. They fell in defense of our country had said of Mr. Lane, and he was of the colored people prefer such a WARRANTED to give satisfacunanimously elected President. law. Tho writer is either ignorant of from British oppression. tion and or Whon the stars and stVipos havo Miss Lena Taylor, a very accom- the opinions of tho better class of money refunded. and worthy young our peoplo on this question, or seeks been fired upon they have defended plished,, well-fitte- d lady was elected Vice President. to williully misinterpret them, or them with patriotism and valor. On MiBS Mattie Olay, a graduate of tho both. Ho should have been present land and on sea, in peace and in war, State Normal School, and one of our at tho recent meeting before tho amid sunlight and shadow, they have most talented young ladies, waB Railroad Committee, and saw that never wavorod in their dovotion to largo delegation of over two hundred duty. With gentility, with honor, elected Secretary. Miss Julia Higdon, ono of our most intelligent colored men, representing with a spirit to ''forgive and forget," accomplished county teachers, was nearly every county in tho State. Ho they havo borne tho wrongs of slaveelected Assistant Secretary. should have heard the speeches of ry and its direful, damnable effects. Mr. Green Johnson, a graduate of tnose coioreu orators, as witn matcn-los- 3 They now ask to bo given a fair and class '89 of tho city public sohool was eloquence and touching pathos, equal chance to redeem that which elected Treasurer. they plead tho cause of an outraged nearly two and one-hacenturies of Mr. L. T. Olark was elected Sargeant-.tit-Armrace. Surely ho does not moan to oppression has taken from them. assert that such a spoctacle as this They seek to ascend tho hill of pro- Prof. 0. 0. Monroe was elected does not represent tho better class of gross. They ask to bo treatod with our race. Critic. Whatever way be his justico. They ask that no obstacle be Miss Sidney Fast Dupeo was elect- opinions "and prejudices, he ought to placed in their way for advancement. ed Organist. be fair, and not rush into print with Already havo they suffered enough. Can tho fair Stato of Kentucky Quite a large audienco was present. a garbled, unreasonable, incorrect Tho better class of tho famous for her Clays, her Orittendons, Tno louowmg programme was ren- statement. Building dered: Song by Society; Invocation by colored peoplo do not want tho "Sep her Marshalls famous for tho pro- Have Ftemoved Prof. Jackson; singing by society; arate Coach" law. No negro, with a gress sho has made by the side of her then tho innaugual address was de grain of race pride, wishes to seo tho sister States, can she afford to turn Edward color lino drawn in so shameful a the wheolsof progress backward, and livered by President-elec- t Lane. Hifi address was elegantly manner. No nationality or race do- - forever blacken her fair name by so delivered and to tho point. In con-- 1 sires to be humiliatod without pre- unjust a law? Can sho blind her eyes clusion heromarkod how, drop by drop sonting an indignant, vigorous "I to tho march of progress ' or fail to keep step to tho musiooftho rights of intollieonco. as wo already have obiect." learned, aro making tho world recogIt is not going too far to say that of mankind? Is it right to refuso the -- frBasExnent'-nf hand of assistance to tho struggling nized and respect us as a race. Ho tho largo majorityot tho Capital HotsLo- )ulled aside tho curtains of timo and unprejudiced, deeper thinking class or to serine a diow at tnoso wuo are ot us take a peop at our darkened of the whites do not want it. Such seeking to rise? 86FThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in past, when wo then had our literary a law will not conserve to tho best Scotland's brillant bard has truthor church in a shanty, with only a interests of society, nor to tho repu- fully said: "Man's inhumanity to short time. candle light. Ho compared it with tation of tho Stato. There is no ne- man makes countless thousands tho glorious result which wo shall cessity for such a law. Tho idea of mourn." Lot not tho of r m. BEATTY, tho nocessity for suoh originated our bolovod Commonwealth bo guilty have obtained, in tho gorgeous G. beautiful picture, of tho result from an unfortunate incident, in of indicting a law so desperately imJ- - Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agt., of our aim in this great work. After which color played no part, except politic and so glaringly inhuraano. BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. oillco was adrain-isto- d that a colored man, in exercising a E. Undeuwood, M. D. E. which tho oath of T2IE- Saflbll. Tho right belonging to all, tho right of by LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, P1UCTICKSIN Repairing of all kinds neatly and Powell, Clay una other by accident shot an President announced that other counties oxocuted by tho Kentucky business was in order. innocent white lady, instead of an Eromptly Sept. . Harness Company. Tho solo rendered by Miss Mary offending whito man. Suoh an acci Brady was excellent. dent all parties, without rogaad to Engraving of all kinds promptly Tho duet (iiuto anu organ; oy color, deplore. Such incidents occur attended to at W. L. Coppersmith's, W. CHINK, JR, Mies Sarah Walker and Lewis Graf--. only on those cheao exoursions.ltotho 234 St. Clair street. . m . ton Todd was mot with applause un- - make-u- p of which tho bad of both til a second samplo of thoir musical races contributo largely. Passing a W. L. Coppersmith makos a .skill was given. "Separate Coach" act will not pro- - speoialty of fine work. Resetting 334 MAIN STREET, Will practice in all State Courts, O. by Miss Opholia J. vent bloodshed on tho trains. Tho recitation diamonds, oto. 234 St. Clair street. second floor, Custom House. Oolorod men, in opposing tho pro- S. Prlco was ono of tho best over FRANKFORT, KY. Jan.fice jr. law-abidilv-- visiting her father. Mr. and Mrs. Bowman Adams left for a short visit to their homo in IiOuisville this week. Tho Industrial Legion Lodge, 3102. will hold their meeting at thoir hall next Wednesday night. Rev. Lindsey, from the southern art of tho State, is aiding Rev. Turner in his protracted meeting. Miss Lizzio P. Olark, one of our city school teachers, was called to tho bed-sid- o of her Bick mother in Baking' Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Ufl S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. We are "in the swim" with the most complete assortment of Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Wall Paper, Linoleums, Draperies and Funiture for the Spring of '92, that we have ever shown. We invite inspection. Correct Prices. SPECIALTIES. Carriages, Carpet S-weepe- rs O-mrtai- n Stretchers. and Furniture, one-side- d, e; that pair itual your If pair in quality price Hardware Merchant lf s. JACOB S WXGERT& CO., From the Batzeil H101 MD 102 HNN STREET ths mlr-minde- d, law-make- rs mak-ingo- fa H. MATTEEH, - i solf-proteotio-n, 15-t- f. 45-l- y. fiitinuitr, . . 5--tf J. I j 45-l- y. 80-- 1 .,.3ltA, i Ll l&ktiujMLMl&&'tM.ii ., i.'L'jlkiii.l EfiERn hikK aulu"i .Jdtjts.-- j . L&J&? .ftjf.- -. mf'rw 2.M Personals. PT$W M 7& ft"' fc' p. !" w ' R"V V! r. Wednesday. Messrs. French Hoge, Fayette Hewitt, Geo. Hunt and Robert Pepper attended Miss Swigert's party in Lexington Tuesday night. Messrs. Clarence Julian, Julian Jackson, Bert. Johnson and Jas. Oorbertt attended the hop at Monday night. Miss Addio Maie Reed, of Louisville, came up Thursday night to spend a few days with Miss Alma Scofield, on the South Side. Mrs. R. A. Hunter, who has been visiting her nephew, Rev. W. G. Neville, left yesterday for her homo in Walhalla, South Carolina. Mr. Frank Grubbs and wife, who have been visiting Judge and Mrs. Thos. H. Hines, will return to their home in Lexington, Mo., Mrs. I. N. Oardwoll, of Winchester, came down Tuesday and returned that afternoon, her mother, Mrs. H I. Todd, accompanying her home. Mrs. Todd will remain the guest of Mrs. Law-renceburg to-da- y. 53-value 17,800 211Thor.oughbred marcs and colts, value 31,875 Stallions, common or mixed mansion. breed, value 9,690 Mrs. M. W. Wilhoit, of Monterey, Change of Base. 4,574 Mares, geldings and has been visiting friends in this city colts, common or mixed this week". 236,097 breed, value M. Goodnight has rented Prof. T. MiBS Addle H. Schroeder has re- the Blackburn property, at the south 611 Muies and mule colts, I&dTsQre a, ZtSTote value 32,753 turned from a several days' visit to end of Logan street, and has moved 8 Jacks, value 1,99'j Louisville. in. 5 Jennets, value 250 Messrs Percy Headley and Stoddard Misses Holt Will Enter- - 8 Thoroughbred bulls, value 175 Johnston, of Louisville, spent Sunday 63 Thoroughbred cows, value tain. 1,015 in this city. Mr. T. W. Sampson, of Louisville, On Thursday evening next the Misses 2,610 Common bulls, steers, 38,071 cows and calves, value has been in the city this week visit- Holt will receive and entertain their 5,059 Sheep, value 15,453 ing relatives. friends from 5 until 8 o'clock, at 4,C57 Hogs over 6 months old 22,878 County Attorney Frank Johnson is their home on Campbell street, South 165 stores, value 24,550 able to be out again after a two Side. ' 14,017 Watches and clocks . weeks' illness. 6,643 Gold, silver and plated ware Mr. Isliam Hawkins Dead. Drs. H. K. Pusey and John Young 2,153 Jewelry 4f v.. Brown, jr., of Lakeland, were in the 5,110 Mr. Isham K. Hawkins died at his 55 Diamonds, value r city Wednesday. home near Millville yesterday morn- Household furniture, in ex19,125 Dr. Ed. Chiles, of Chicago, was in ing at 3 o'clock, aged 87 years. Mr. cess of 250 worth 500 Tuesday and Wednesday vis- Hawkins was the father of Mrs. Paintings, likenesses, &c.,... the city Brick, fctono and other John E. Miles, of this city. iting relativies. 4,000 building material Miss Mary Thornton, of LexingEuclire Party. Professional libraries in exton, is visiting Miss Mamio Scott, on 2,900 cess of 250 worth Wilkinson street. On Tuesday evening Mrs. Judge Pianos and other musical Mr. J. L. Rodman left Wednesday Caswell Bennett gave a euchre party 19,504 instruments for New York to purchase his spring in honor of Mrs. Frank Grubbs, of Sewing and knitting mastock of dry goods. Missouri, and Miss Clara Fowler, of chines over 50 550 Mrs. C. E Colihan will entertain Lexington. The prizes were won by Iron Safes 1,403 TIios. Kelson Page. her lady friends this afternoon at a Mr. W. R. Griffith and Miss Fowler. Waggons, carriages and progressive euchre. 50,677 The popular writer, who has given other vehicles Councilman SlafT. Miss Louie Drane, of this city, several readings in this city, will apRaw material to be used in was the guest of Miss Lizzie Hill in Mr. Ohas. E. Haff was elected by manufacturing 39,225 pear at the Opera House on Wednes41,800 day evening next, March 2d. Lexington last week. Tho Manufactured articles the City Council, on Friday evening, Manufacturing implements Washington Critic, of March 19, 1888, Miss Margaret Mitchell returned to as a Councilman from the First Ward, 61,245 says of Mr. Page: her home in Louisvijle this week after to fill tho vacancy occasioned l3' tho and machinery The beautiful designs of our new not Agricultural products 'Mr. Page's reading from 'Meh a visit to friends here. spring stock of children's resignation of Mr. John W. Payne, 50 Lady' was a transposition of the old raised this year T. and Bessie Lewis, and has accepted the position. Mi1. Misses Fannie 150 plantation to tho platform, and if one would close his eyes to the blonde of this county, are visiting Mrs. W. Haff is a successful business man and Slaughtered animals Steamboats and other water speaker and see only with his ears, H. Whitsett in Louisville. Council has done well in selectthe 200 the rich voice, the quaint humor, tho craft Miss Mary Luckett, of Clarksvillo, ing him as ho will make a careful and Steam engines and boilers 8,640 pathetic tenderness, tho loving faithfulness of the 'Old Virginny' darky Are bound to please you, and the Tenn., attended the hop at the Capi- efficient officer. Mineral products, oil, gas, stood out in soft relief upon the tal Hotel Thursday night. 10,000 mental canvas in the dusky colors of PRICES were never and salt wells Houses Wanted. Miss Theodora Phillips, of Lexingthe past. so LOW. Wines, whiBkies, &c, not . 350 ton, who has been visiting friends in in bond Watches, clocks and jewelry of There is a great demand just now this city, has returned home. Miscellaneous property not standard brand at Coppersmith's, befrom persons wishing to for houses 7,419 sides sold at deadrock prices. 234 Dr. S. F. Smith and daughter, Miss rent, and it seems to us that some of listed under other heads St. Clair street. Sallie, left Saturday evening for St. our capitalists might obtain a bettor Total assessed value of perLouis, returning on Thursday. Wanted A good honest, respecta- Many return for their money by putting it sonal property subject to new and pretty things, in 936,446 ble, settled white woman to do cookequalization Hon. Jerry South, who has been into buildings than leaving it ining for two. Apply to Mrs. P. M. all the woods most fashion- near Jetts vested in stocks. By turning your Credits or money at intervisiting his mother, Stono, South Side, Frankfort, Ky. ble are daily being placed Station, left Tuesday for his home in money into houses you will improve est either in or out of the t. 211,208 State on our floors. Arkansas. the city and give employment to All other demands against W. L. Coppersmith challenges comMiss Kate Pumphrey, of Knoxville, worthy mechanics who are thinking parison in workmanship on any corporations in or out of 234 St. Clair ZE3. ZESogrers 3s ,Tenn., who has been visiting Miss of going elsewhere to earn a liveli22,620 repairs in his line. tho State street. Rebecca Johnson, returned home hood. Money in possession or on Mr. Walkor Gault is visiting in Lexington. Mr. E. W. Taylor waa in Shelby villo Sunday visiting friends. Miss Miller, of Newport, is the guest of Miss Sallie Holt. Miss Mamio Scott has returned from a visit to Lexington. Mr. Morton Craig, of Louisville, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Rose Crittenden is visiting Miss Eflle Hill in Lexington. Miss Clara Fowler, of Lexington, Kentucky. is visiting friends in this city. Mr. George D. Todd, of Louisville, Miss Marietta Hawkins has return- has been in the city this week ed to her home in Cincinnati. making arrangements for the removMr. John E. Jones, of Beattyville, al of his mother and sister to Louis- has been in the city this week. villo to reside. Mr. John E. Miles left last week for Mr. Sam D. Johnson and bride re Florida to spend a few months. turned Tuesday from their bridal trip Dr. Hugh Tobin and P. H. Newman, and have gone to housekeeping in jr., spent Tuesday in Louisville. Mrs. Maria Campbell's house, corner Mrs. Theo. 0. Wylieleft Wednesday of Steele and Third streets. afternoon for a visit to Cincinnati. Mis9 Rebecca Johnson and her Mr. Wm. King, of Mb. Sterling, was guest, Miss Pumphroy, of Knoxville, in the city on business Monday last. Tenn., and Miss Maria Popper at Col. H. H. Qratz, editor of the Lex tended Miss Annie Swigert's debut; ington Gazette, was in the city Wed- party in Lexington Tuesday. Mrs. H. S. Hale" and her children, nesday. Miss Annie and Messrs. W. L., Messrs. R. A. VanDerveer and Edmund Taylor were in Shelbyville Theodore and Henry S., jr., arrived from Mayflold on Wednesday to join Sunday. husband, and the family have Dr. Arch Dixon, of Henderson, is her to gone housekeeping in Mrs. Mary in the city visiting relatives at the 0. Haycraft's house on Third street. rola-tivo- B Cardwoll for soveral weeks and then JAPANESE go to her now homo in Louisville. Mrs. A. 0. Higboo, of Nicholasville, and Mrs. Joe 0. Bailey, of Versailles, have been visiting their sister, Mrs. J. M. SafTell, near this city, this week. Misses Lizzie Bailey and Katie Borcaw, of Jefforsonvillo, Ind., who have been visiting Mr. 0. D. Borcaw A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding in this city, loft Monday for their or degree Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. Itching, This Remedy hits positively never been known to fall. home. 11.00 a box. 6 boxen, for 5.00: sent br mall tre- Mr. Will Shclton. of Now York Kpold on receipt or price. A written Ouaranteo toeacn purcnaser or ix City, who has been visiting the fami- posiuvoiy given nt one time, to rerun n theboxes, when purchased 5 00 paid If not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. ly of his uncle, Mr. D. 0. Barrett, in GAYLE. andLKCOMPTK& GAYLE CO.. Druggists and this city, left yesterday for Western sample. Solo Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for vTSfx vi CURE fi Jan. 16-l- Taxable Property In tlic County. The County Supervisors of Tax have completed their revision of the Assessor's books for the present year, cney nave Been copied and are now ready to go into tho sheriff's hands. We are under obligations to Mr. Jas Polsgrovo, who copied tho books, for tho following figures taken therefrom, showing tho taxablo property R. K. McCLURE Xaias J ar of the county: Acres of land Valued at Number of town lots Valued at 13 tlie 123,106 2,635,417 1,370 2,006,627 and. BE selected, stools of Xj-ZROtIEST Thoroughbred stallions, , Books, Stationery, Etc. In IFra.n.Isfort.. of it. M m iM Mm & 801. CARRIAGES 4 45-l- y. FURNITURE. Son. May2-l- y. 23-3- 45-l- y. deposit with corporations Bonds of all kindB except U. ment S. bonds exempt from finest remedy in tho world. Is tho State taxation It absolutely cures catarrh. lb cures Stocks not paid on by copor- Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum ations in the most soothing manner. Cures Judgments or notes ;in the Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. hands ofanother Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be property taken internally. A positive specific Value of all other debts after deducting for Pneumonia. Outs, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Total assessed value of perCorns and Bunions are cured quickly: sonal property not subdifferent from all else; superior to all ject to equalization else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Largo size cheapest. Sold at Carpen- Grand total assessed value ter's South Side drug store. of real and personal property Garfield Club. Pounds of tobacco Pounds of hemp Tho members of the Garfield Club Tons of bay aro requested to attend tho mooting this evening at 7:30. at headquarters Bushels of corn Tho Re- - Bushels of wheat in tho Sower building. publican members of tho Legislature i Acres of wheat and all visiting Republicans aro also Acres of corn invited. Acres of meadow O. A. Nelson, President. Acres of woodland W. H. VanWinkle, Secretary. 1,242 cattle exemptjfrom tax- ation-va- luo Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Dr. Hale's Household Oint- 98,360 Opp. FOR 40 YEARS DRi WM. Court-hous- e. i i H KENTUCKY UNION 03,250 65,000 160 21,870 Hall's Has been a never-fallin- g Balsam RAILWAY CO., FOR THE LUNGS. (IT COLDS. CODGH8 JJd" uuNsuairxiuN HOARSENESS, SORE TIIROAT, GRIPPE, PNEUMONIA, CATARRH. INFLUENZA, ACUTE IIKUNUUU'IB, ASTHMA, Leavo AND CUHONIU WHOOPING COUGH. CROUP. PLEURISY, PAIN Leave INTHE SIDE AND 8P1TTING OF BLOOD, and Leave all diseases of tho Arrive time: Lexington Winchester card. i4:51 p ax 3025 p m p m '6-3- family remedy for EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST, 18DO. GOING EAST. 8:00 p 4.00 p 512,458 5-- ly Throat, 6,000,848 2,525,850 90,000 2,001 334,461 83,089 6,093 12,508 4,275 0,130 18,704 J Chest and Lungs Lumber Point Arrive Three Forks Lervo Three 'Forks Arrive Elkatawa GOING WEST. Clay City m m 11:30 1:25 am p m u- -- CONSUMPTION, DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM contains no opium, LeaveElkatawa morphine, nornny deleterious drag. It soothes Arrive Three Forks. . nnii)iAniRthnMnmiirnneof the Luncs. Inflamed Leavo and poisoned by disease, and proventa night Arrive Three t orks Lumber Point It Is sweats and tightness across the chest. pleasant to the taste. Be sure and ask for DR. Arrive Clay City Arrlie Winchester. WM. IIALL'8 BALSAM, and take no other. Arrive Lexington For sale by Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. 8:35 a m 10 JO COO am 6:06 7.87 B SO 0 30 a m a m a m a m a m PRICE 25C, 50C.,$I.OO. DR. WM. HALL CO.. NEW YORK. Oct. 24-O- Connections made at Lumber Point with steamer for Beattyville. Elkatawa Is nearest station to Jackson, Ky. Trains between Three Forks and Lexington run dully, between Three Forks and Elkatawa dally. Sundays excepted. J. L. MURPHY. GeneralPassenger Agent ,kiU.'il, H w.Jd4tt.w.bi'hLlMI m R yrgy-i- w ipifPTi!? WiWT19-'- ' n ; ylTffrW 'V v " . rrW.T7Yfmli h- a- T We begin the new eyear with a more complete line of goods than ever before. Buggies, Phaetons, Surrys and Road Carts in many styles. A-o-oinr&- FOR IS 2. ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. JL JLJtM A full line HAND-31A- DE of HARNESS, All prices WAGON HARNESS, PLOW GEAR, and variety of SADDLES. Mcssts. Mastin Bros.: In all sizes. t Of every description and repairs for same. Harrows, Seed Sowers, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Ao. Gentlemen: After having used the Oliver and other Chilled Plows for years, we were induced to try the VULCAN, and without hesitation pronounce it the strongest, lightest draft, and the easiest handling plow we have ever used. No one will make a mistake in buying it. Very respectfully, SIDNEY BEDFORD. BO WEN & I10LTON, ED WILEY, JOHN GODDARD. A. W. MACKLIN, WM. JONES, W. J. & W. II. LEWIS, J. C. & It. W. NOEL, VS What we advertise you will find we keep. it to your interest to call and see us. JirmjMmw?wMLmwS2& TIME TABLE. The following time table is now effect apon the L. &, N. rond: TBAINS WEBT. And we are sure that we can make mSS) M 33jE.0 THE considerable property. Mr. Dunn states that the late August Heffner was a native of Kentucky, andjthat he Death of Aged Citizens. Mrs. Callaghan, widow of the late Cornelius Callaghan, died at her residence on Broadway Monday morning, aged 80 years. She was a native of Ireland but had been a resident of this city for fifty-fiv- e years. Her funeral took placo Tuesday morning from the Catholic Church. Mr. John Rodgers died at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. Fannie Freeman, on north St. Clair street, Monday morning at 11 o'clock, from the effects of a paralytic stroke, which has confined him to his bed for the past two months. His remains wore taken to Paris Tuesday and interred in the city cemetery beside his wife, who departed this life thirteen years ago. He leaves a son, H. F. Rodgers, jr., of Scott county, and three daughters, Mrs. Nesbitt and Mrs. Freeman, of this city, and Mrs. W. T. Sampson, of Louisville. No.231oavosFrankfort No. 1? leaves Frankfort No. 21 loavos Frankfort Wo 19 loavos Frnnkfort TBAINS BAST. "No. 20 also lived in California before locating in Louisiana. 5:50 a.m. The children of the late Nelson 9:40 a. m 3:00 p. in. Heffner who reside here do not know 7:88 ROUNDABOUT p.m. of their father having a relative by the name of August, but are invest the matter. Their father and his five brothers were not born in Kentucky, but near Glendale, Ohio, and one brothor, Jefferson, still lives in that State. Mr. Nelson Heffner and his brothers, Oliver, James, William and Thomas, settled in this State along in the 30's three in Danville and two hero and all of them left this city and went to California in 1S49. When they returned from California Thomas and Nelson came back here, but Oliver, James and William settled in Louisiana. The last two still reside at Shreevesport in that State, but Oliver is dead. If August Heffner was of kin it was doubtless not nearer than a cousin. for Cincinnati. Nos. 23 and 21 conneot at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch. W. W. Alexandeb, loaves Frankfort No.24 arrives Frankf ort 9:15 p. m. No. 22 leaves Frankfort Kos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage No. 18 leaves Frankfort .... 10:10 a. m. 4:85 p. m. .... 7.48 p.m. THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. w t. Agent. :. ' Absolutely False. All the talk about the L. & N. Kail Toad having purchased the Kentucky Midland is without any foundation whatever, as the matter has not even been discussed by the official of the Midland. Everybody takes it. Everybody reads it. Subscription Only $1 Per Year. W German Surprise Party. TL friends of Mrs. Jas. Sower surprised her on Thursday evening by gathering in to celebrate her birthday. About thirty couples were present and the time was very pleasantly spent with musio and 'dancing until about one o'clock "when an elegant lunch was spread, after partaking of which the company adjourned, wishing Mrs. Sower many happy returns of the day, and lepaired to Mrs. U. Kagins, where a euchre party was in progress. ri Moore iu Trouble. When the Kentucky Midland train due here from Paris at 11:40 yesterday morning arrived at Springvale, a station seven miles beyond Georgetown, editor Ohas. O. Moore, of the s Blade, was standing upon the platform waiting to go into train Georgetown. When the stopped four men got off and asked him if his name was Moore and upon his saying that it was, they laid hold of him and would not permit him to board the train. He appealed to Conductor Wilder for protection, but the conductor told him that as ho was not upon the train he could do nothing for him. The train pulled out and left the men standing upon the platform with Moore in charge, and we were unable to learn up to the time of going to press whether they did him violence or not. Blue-Gras- King's Royal Gernietcur. tho medicine of the century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wonder of the medicine world. Based upon the Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, 'commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonio and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt the most reliable germ destroyer in and to the extent that the theory is correct, King's Royal ermeteur is the remedy. It is no accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For Pre-eminentex-istan- Consumption Shilon's uure. sale by Chapman & Williams. 19 ur Job Department IS THE BEST I2T This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine we have At "Ingleslde." over sold, a few doses invariably cure the worst caBes of Cough, MIrs Eva Hotra entertained a few Group and Bronchitis, while its wonfriends Wednesday evening in honor derful success in the cure of Conof her guest, Miss Ada Radford, of sumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first Virginia. Those present beside the discovery It has been sold on a above mentioned were Misses Remi guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a We do not Endorse Them. becca Johnson, Louie Drano and Miss Pumphrey, of Knoxville, and cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Price 10c, 60c. and 81. If your lungs We have made it a rule to give Messrs. Geo. Hunt, Fayette Hewitt, are sore,- ohest or back lame, use everv man a chance to nave ms saw Woodford Longmoor, Frenoh Hoge Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. through our columns, so long as the and Marvin Avorill. 37 W. Gayle. matter furnished was not of an ob. by Rev. Mr. Ward. joctionablo nature, but it must not bo Sale of Damaged Goods. Lectures understood that we endorse everyThe Rev. E. H. Ward, Rector of thing said by our correspondents. In My entire stock of dry goods, embroideries, notions, laces Ohrist Church, Lexington, Ky., will conformity with this custom we give slightly damaged and smoke, will bo course of lectures in the space to a communication from Dr. closed out at cost by cash. deliver a for Ascension Church, inthis city, during Underwood in another column, in Wm. O'Donnell. the season of Lent. Ho will begin on which he expresses his own views Friday evening, March 4th, and Entertained. and not those of this paper, upon the one every Friday evening until subject of whioh he writes. One of thq most pleasant affairs of Holy week. His subjects will bo: SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. the season wa the entertainment ex1. The purpose of the Life that now A marvelous oure for Catarrh, members of tho Leap is. Diphtheria, Canker mouth and tended to tho Club by Miss Emma ,2. The meaning of Death. Headapho. With each bottle there Year Euchre is an ingenious nasal Injector for the Kagin on Thursday night last. This 3. Immortality. more successful treatment of theso was the last entertainment to bo 4. Hell. complaints without extra charge. given until after tho Lenten 5. Heavon. Price 50o. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 season, and no pains were spared to 0. Conclusion Jesus Christ as tho make tho occasion one long to bo Toaohor who gives us light on all Married. The prizes were very theso topics, and tho Saviour who Esquiro John W. Bohannan, on beautiful. gives the grace to live tho highest Wednesday afternoon, married Wm. life. is an able soholar, and a Hookorsmith and Miss Eliza Baker, Mr. Ward dflno Bpeakor. Everybody is invited. both of Peak's Mill. Tho ceremony took placo in tho county olerk's of- When Baby was sick, we garo her Castoria, fice. On Thursday, at the same place, When ehe was a Child, sho cried for Castoria. Probable Heirs. he married Mr. Milton Younger When sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria. A dispatoh was received in this and Miss Nannie Ronans, both of When sho had Children, sho gave- them Castoria. city on Wednesday, from Mr. O. T Switzer. m Dunn, an attorney at Bastrop, More- A Few Shingles Burned. house Parish, Louisiana, addressod to tho heirs of tho lato Nelson Heffner, The alarm of fire from box 31, W. L. Coppersmith, the jeweler, is Asking them to outlino their family Thursday afternoon, was caused by a the leading repairer in the city. 234 history and ascertain if they wero small flro in tho roof of the St. Clair at. Ulair stroet. Tolativea of ono August Heffner, who street bridge, whioh was extinguishChildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. xocently died in that parish, leaving ed without muoh trouble. - THE CITT". 1 GEO. A. LEWIS, Proprietor. 215, 217 and 219 St. Clair Street, Up Stairs, Frankfort, Ky. 25-t- f. de-liv- or Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by South Side cjrug store, P. H. Carpenter. 5-- Republican Convention. The Republicans of Franklin county are requested to assemble in at the Oourt-Hous- e in the city of Frankfort at 1 o'clock on Monday, March 7th, for the purpose 01 appointing delegates to the District mass-conventi- Convention, which meets in Lexington, and the State Convention at Louisville. E. M. Dkane, Chairman Republican County Com- mittee. iy Darby's Prophylactic Use it in every keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome; removing all bad odors from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and all sick-roo- Will F0RSALE. National Dank stock nt a barsalnl to settle an estate. Call on or address, L.P. HOLETTE. t. Benson, Ky. 27-l- THOUSANDIDOLLARS' WORTIIFIUNK-for- t - 45-l- y. The eminent physician, J. Marion Sims, of New York, says: "I am convinced that Prof. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu 21 able disinfectant, ' ' contagious diseases. FLOUR MILL FORSALE. U. FLOURING MILL AT PEAK'S Mill, Franklin county, will be offered at PublloSale, ut the mill door, on Saturday, April 2d, 1H92. The mlU has the lniprored roller process machlntrr. nearly new. and n ennneltv nf wi evory twenty-fou- r hours, ! barrels Feb. 27-- 2t )' j'jL' M).M&kHti.!xii'iii j..... ;;. ppppp V i i nF'W!w? j i:w w ujivMMni lis JLWivn t 4 r "SJ tfilAiNKFOllT ROUNDABOUT. Uniforms have- been ordered from tho Pettibono Manufacturing Company, ftriVarod at the at Frankfort, Kentucky of Cincinnati, and they will bo roady as mailable matter. about tho first of April, when the rank will bo mustered and assigned a d0. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Pnbllslier. number by tho Brigadier General commanding tho Division. FRANKFORT, FEB. 27, 1802. post-offis second-clas- BERTHOIY Of a Former Citizen of Tliia City Keiucinbcrcd by Mis Friends. Tho following notice of tho commemoration of tho eighty-firs- t birthday of Mr. Thomas J. Ohesnutt, a former resident of this city, is taken from tho Newark, Ohio, Daily Tribune, of February 18th: There was an unusual stir last night among tho members of tho G. A. R. of the oity. well-know- n THE EIGHTY-FIRS- T ANNOUNCEMENT. For Circuit Clerk. w,W.eTH.0.JlUthorlze(, t0 nnnounte WALTER: FRANKLIN os u candidate lor circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of tho Democratlc- nutl'Mlzcd to announce. THOMAS B FORD ii8 n candidate for Circuit Clerk of FrankCOUllty. Hllhtcrt. In thn lunmm)l,i lin 1. .,.... nlnMln., .,17r, "" wiwivu, uitutU liF, AOJl. Jan. l'""W ate. Bible Society. """"""' .,-- R ' Tho annual meeting of tho FrankSheriff. lin County Bible Society will bo held Catiglit. t0 imnounco JAMES M. in tho Southern Presbyterian Church "8 n candldato for Sheriff or Town Marshal Elijah Davis, of I ranUIn county, subject to the action of evening at 7:30 o'clock. tho Democintlc primary, March 10, 1692. Midway, arrested a counterfeiter by Rov. Dr. Hemphill, of Louisville, the name of Thos. J. Rudd in that will deliver a lecture upon tho ocWo aro authorized to announce JAS. G Inquiry revealed the fact that thoy as u candidate for Sheriff of Franklin counplace Saturday, brought him to this casion. had worked up a surprise party. The ty, subject to the ii' tlon or the Democintlc party city on Monday and lodged him in at the prlmnry election to bo held March 19, MM.. object of their friendly attention was Both tho method and results when Dec. none other than tho aged and veneraJail. New Sasli JLoclc. ble T. J. Ohesnutt, who, though a resi- Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant a,i?ie,1,Unu,norlze'I t0 announce R. I). It seems that Rudd went to Nich and refreshing to the taste, and acts its a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin dent of this county for only a olasville last week to shove some of Mr. R. H. Gayle, of this city, has past, formed tho acquaintance vear gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, county, subject to the action of tho Democratic: of tho convention of Saturday, March lrlh, IbM. the "queer" he had made, and while invented a cheap and useful sash lock scholary people of this county and Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysWe are authorized to announce A. G..TEFFERS. there offered to sell a party some which ho is now introducing. It cau has made on them a favorablo im- tem effectually, dispels colds, head- ns a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin to tho Democratic prlmar) election. ct counterfeit money, which came be attached to any window and will pression by his gentlemanly bearing aches and fevers and euros habitual ana cuitureu mmu. tothe ears of an ofllcor, who hold tho sash at any height, as it has -- He was born in England in the year constipation. Syrup of Figs is the telegraphed Davis to arrest Rudd, a cam movement, which works di- 1811, and was educated at tho cele- only remedy of its kind ever probrated seat of learning, Cambridge. duced, pleasing to tho taste and acwhich he did, and searched his house rectly against tho hanging stile. His education was with a view to ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in to find any of his counterbut failed fitting him for tho Episcopal ministry, its action and truly beneficial WAS STOLEN FROM Mules for Georgia. in its nrilERE streets of Frankfort,MY POCKETS feiting tools, his wife having secreted 1 on the ,on Monday. but he followed his natural bent, that effects, prepared 1, 1892, only from tho most February money four hundred und them at a neighbor's, without the Mr. John T. Stout, of Alton, left of teaching and was successful. In a fine gold open case watch and In tho year 1830 he removed to this healthy and agreeable substances, its and chain. 1 will pay tho aboe reward for the knowledge of the family. The neigh- Wednesday morning for "Vinenna, country and located at Frankfort, many excellent qualities commend it arrest and conviction of the thief. bor went to the house the next day Georgia, with a drove of twenty-f- i vo Ky., where he was A. J. SHOWALTER. chosen to the to all and have mado it the most Feb. and told Mrs. Rudd that the house mules and olio office of Clerk of the Court of Ap- popular remedy known. hjrse belonging to peals. Ho was to be searched a second time, Mr. served in that R. D. Armstrong, of this county. thirty years, except such capacity for Syrup of Figs is for eale in 50c time as ho when she said that was all right; she The lot were all good ones, and Mr. was bearing arms in support of tho and $1 bottles by all leading drugwas not afraid, as sho had hidden Any reliable druggist who get fair prices for Union cause in tho land of his adop- gists. everything in a hole in the ground. Stout should OF I. notwithstanding the cotton tion. His mould of character was may not have it on hand will pro- TJARM Bagdad, G. MARKSBORY, ONE MILE: them, from containing welL The neighbor told her she had better market is dull. such as to render iiim a typical loyal cure it promptly for any ono who improved and all hy., grass, will120 acres, at a. In be sold bargain. For terms and other Information call Kentuokian, in a laud whore fair not leave the things there as they JAS. ANDREW Si OTT. ladies and brave women are the rule. wishes to try it. Do not accept any OU, Dec. might bo discovered. 'Well," she Shot in Craw. Well has he earned tho repose which substitute. said, "I'll bring them np to your he enjoys and which always follows a CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. house as I did before." The neighbor About 12 o'clock on Monday night correct and useful life. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, A party of between twenty and LOUlSVlite. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. told her if she brought the tools to a row occurred on Wilkinson street, the his house not to do so until after in which a man by the namp of Ohas. thirty yesterday repaired towerehome corof the old gentleman and dark, which she promised. Hall, from Lexington, was shot in dially received. A number of them Davis was notified and when Mrs. the hand by Ohas. Hardin McAnally. went at 3 p. m. and the remainder Advice to Womest 1 1 1 3". Frankfort, Ky. Rudd went to the neighbor's that There was a woman in the cose went on tho special train at 7:30 p. m. If you would protect yourself Through thuir spokesman, Major ' from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, night he was waiting for her and and the whole layout, woman in- Edwin Nichols, they presented him caught her with a mold of a silver cluded, weie drunk. Suppressed or Irregular Menwith a cane, and the spokesman, in dollar and one for a dime, and a lot McAnally was arrested and given behalf of Comrade Wm. Bostwick, struation you must use fine Ho responded metal in her hands. The molds were a trial before Judge B.G. Williams, gave him aand pipe. cheer reigned good feelingly, made of copper and well excuted. who discharged him. supreme, A number of war songs 1872, GARDEN. . . They were turned over to Gommis-missionwere sung: "Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys," "The Union Forever," &c, Ohinn, who now hold8 Changes on the Square. and Comrade George Boggs brought them as evidence against Rudd. TMMENSE STOCK OF FWIT AND ORNAMEN- -I down the house with an Irish war tal treefl, small fruits, shrubs, vine and Rudd had been living at Midway Friday of last week tho Board of song. plants. A touching letter of congratulation about two months and claimed to be Sinking Fund Commissioners re. ZjO-VsTOarteiisvillk, April 26, 1880. was alBO read. a traveling peddler. moved Oapt. M. P. Bolan as Warden Ohesnutt's son, It wa3 written by Mr. my This 'will certify that two members of Norton, a highly es profits ceise of the Kentucky Penitentiary and teemed Episcopalian minister now Immediate family, after bavins suffered for We have no agents nnd aourstrawberry catalogues begin. General id years from Menstrual Irregularity, Small But Destructive. elected Assistant Secretary of State living and working in the .Lord's being treated without benefit by physicians, on application to H. F. HILLENMKYER. were at length completely cureaby one bottle S. A. Norman to succeed him. Mr. vineyard at Albion, 111. Lexington. Ky. Kcenlator. Its Feb. Saturday morning at 6:30 o'clock The party returned to the city at an of Bradfield'ai Female J. W. Stuahqb. effect is truly wonderful. Norman gave bond and on Tuesday early hour. Mr. Wm. O'Donnell went to his store Book to " WOMAN " mailed THEE, which contains and upon opening the door was mot entered upon the discharged of the The following notice of the samo - valuable information on all female diseases. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., THE NEW WEBSTER by a volume of smoke coming from duties. ATLANTA, QA. On Tuesday Mr. Ed. O. Leigh, event is from the Daily Advocate of the rear of tho store. He ran in and BAXJS BX AIiIm DBUGGiaXM. JfOM Private Secretary to the Governor, tho samo city: turned up the gas, when he discover" was appointed Assistant Secretary of A most enjoyable affair took place T. J. unesnutt, ed the floor on fire in several places to succeed Mr. Norman, and at the residence oi Air.road yesterday Valley and immediately ran to the engine StateArch D. Brown, son of tho on the Oherry17th Mr. evening, the inst., the occasion house and gave the alarm. Plugman was appointed Private of whichi being the 81st anniversary Governor, Edmund Taylor went back with him Secretary. "WEBSTER'S of the birth of tho above named gentleman. About 30 of the members and in a little time had the fire ex. of the G. A. R., headed by their INTERNATIONAL tinguished. Upon examination it was Married by the. Squire. Major Edwin Grand Commander, found that a spark from tho stove Nichols, and several ladies boarded DICTIONARY had set fire to the curtains which inMr. William Hockensmith and the Red-lin- e electric car for Chestnut Curve. They wore greeted by the Tn. Y.. C. Wfst's NnnvEANn Bkain Trkat-menclosed tho work room of his millinery Miss Eliza Baker, a young couplo n guaranteed for Ujsterla, DizziH. who gallant department, and when they burned from Peak's Mill, applied at the precededCapfc. J.earlySmith,the had ness. Convulsion, HtK, Nervous Neuralgia. in them after Heiuliche, .Nervous Prostration caused by the use upon which they County Clerk's office Wednesday noon, and it is useless to say that the of iilcohol or loose from the rods tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental DeSUCCESSOR Ol? TUK UNABIUDGED. were suspended they dropped down morning for licenso to wed but the surprise was complete and duly ap- pression, Softening of the Brain resulting In Inand Reset from Cover to Cover. sanity and leading to misery, dec ij' and death, A GRAND, INVEST WENT ago the clerk preciated by the venerable gentle- Premature Old Age, Bnireness, Loss of Power and set fire to tho floor. At one bride being undor for every Family nnd School. ex- In either sex, Involuntary losers and Spermatman. f place there was a pile of paper boxes declined to issue the license tended After congratulations were Tho work of revision occupied over orrhoea, caused by tlio brain, and several patriotic songs ten years, moro than n hundrodedltora ' containing a lot of new millinery until some one could bo found who were sung, Major Nichol,s in his ubu-or Hich box contnliiB being employed, nnd over 8300,000 one month's treatment. 81.00 a box. or six boxes expended before first copy was printed. one hundred dol- was willing to state that there was manner, presented their for 85 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. happy goods, worth about SOLD DY ALL BOOK9ELLER8. were entirely consumed no objection upon the part of her old Comrade Ohesnutt, on behalf of lars, which Pamphlet sent freo by tho publishers. d Lemert Post, with a handsome WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. and a largo hole was burned in the parents, so the ceremony had to be CAUTION is needed in purchasing a diccano and several other valuationary, as photographic reprint of an obsofloor under them. His desk and the postponed. In tho afternoon, how- - ble presents. Tho old gentleman re- To euro nnr cabo. With each lete nnd comparatively worthless edition of by us Wobster nro being marketed under various walls were badly scorched and the ever, a friend was found who could sponded with much feeling in accept- for six boxes, accompanied with $5 (H), we will names nnd often by misrepresentation. the purchaser our written to resamo entire stock damaged by the smoke, satisfy the clerk that everything was ing the in with but soon rallied and send the money If the treatment guarantee effect fund GET THE BEST, not joined the "boys" in the a cure. Guarantees Issued only does THE Tho International, which bears Imprint of br to the amount of fully one thousand ail right and the license was issued. enjoyment of the evening. It was an &, GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAVLE, O. & C. MEKUIAM & CO., Publishers, dollars, with threo thousand insur- Squire J. W. Bohannon was on hand evening of rare pleasure long to be Franklort, Ky. Springfield, Mass., U. S. A. and soon made tho two loving hearts rememoeredby all present, and espn-c'allance. so to Comrade Ohesnutt. After Feb. 0 6 one, and thoy went on their way, exchanging farewells, tho boys took rejoicing. Inspecting: the Building:. their departure for the city. Mr. Ohesuutt is the oldest member of the Mr. Edward O. M. Condon, of In Honor of Misses Field Post. Wo will pay tho above reward for any ease of Monroe. Liver Complaint. DyspepUa, Sick Hendaiho, InWashington City, Assistant Inspector digestion, Constipation, or euro with of Government Building3, was in tho Lter I'Pls, when tho Returned to Mis Work. directions West' Vegetable Costlveness we cannot are strictly compiled with. They are Miss May Field, of Louisville, and city Wednesday and inspected the purely Vegeiable. and never fall to give satisfacSugar Coated, Laige SO V. S. Court House and Post Office. Miss Anna Monroe, of Lexington, Mr. Ben. BigstafF, formerly of Forks tion. 25 cents. Bowar- of boxes, containingImiPills, counterfeits and He will recommend a complete who havo been visiting Mrs. Geo. of Elkhom, but now a lay evangelist tations. The genuine manuf.utuivd only by overhauling, of the interior of the Berry returned home Tuesday. They of the Southern Presbyterian Ohurch THE JOHN C.by WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. For sale . building and among other im- have become great favorites in this in eastern Kentucky, who haB been provements, tho removal of the lino city, and their many friends regret visiting friends here, returned last week to Breathitt county, where ho of call boxes and drawers, in the to see thorn go. Post Office and placing thorn on a During their very short visit here has charge of two churches. lino with the general delivery win- three entertainments were given in The membership of the twoisjabout A SMALL DISTILLERY, NOW THE SHORTEST AND QDK Kl 7 In operation, for dow, so as to throw that portion of their honor, as follows: Saturday 300, they are over twelve miles apart, A rate bargain. Apply sale cheap. Only $1,100. to M.T.MITCHELL, tho Post Office lobby in the north afternoon Mrs. Goo. Berry gave a de- and ho conducts both Sunday-schoolJan.'23-tf- . SQfgtan tc Now Frankfort, Ky. lightful ladies reception from 2 until ono in tho forenoon and the other in west corner of the building in the Timo, 25 Hours. the office proper, and give the car- 5. Monday afternoon Miss Annie the afternoon, making tho trip every ntlre Train, tfu.;w Oir, Diy Coaoho riers and clerks the benefit of the Headley gave a ouohre party from 3 Sunday on foot. Tho other days of ; and Lot & Sleepers run through without chunge. light from two other large windows. to 6 o'clock. The prizes were won the week ho devotes to visiting THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEoT by Miss Katie Green and Mr. StodSince the introduction of the freo tho members and others whore hocan Georgetown io Jacksonville, Ala system that portion of tho dard Johnston, of Louisville. Those offer spiritual comfort f HIE IIOUSK AND LOT OF MRS. M. T. RUN-Time, 26 Hours, jun, on Ann street, Is offered forsale at n lobby is no longer needed, and the present besides Misses Field and Lot 70 by 200 feet, with two story brick Monroe wore Misses Birdio and Througl Sleepers. without ohauge The Short house of ten rooms upon It. additional room on tho inside of tho line between Cincinnati and For terms apply to Evelyn Brown, Kato Green, Rose Dr. Hale's Household Tea office will be a great convenience. Lkxinoton, Ky., Time, JOS. SWIGERT, Ilourk. m KNOi.VILT.li, Tkn.v.. " 101 Ann Street. Orittondon and Ruth Stanton, and Is tho great blood purifier and ABHKVILLK. 17 N. C. " Feb. Messrs. Stoddard Johnston, J. Percy nerve tonic It acts upon all tho seClIArTANOOOA.TKNN., 11 " "' Uniform Rank. ATLANTA, " K. G,, and Ellis Headley, of Louisville, Geo. cretions of tho system, enabling the UIKMINUUAH, ALA.. l(j " " Direct Connections at New Orleaiuaml Shrove Dexter Lodge, Knights of Pythias, L. WilliB, Geo. Drane, Geo. Hunt, J. liver and kidneys to perform their port, r Texas, Mexico and Calif giving proper organized a Uniform Rank on Friday Oraik Jackson, R. A. VanDerveer and strength functions, nervous tone and L0 e Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway system, a to tho via trecj.vi 6:15a. m.,arrlvoCliiclniintll0:2B thirty-tw- o members and Harry Rodman. An elegant supper certain euro for dyspepsia. Two night with a. m. Quicker than any other line WILL DE A MEETING OF THE All trains urrlv at depart from Central Union 6 o'clock. elected tho following ofllcors: D. B. was served at months' treatment for 60c. Get a Stockholders of the Peak's Mill Turnpike. Co , Depot, Cincinnati. Miss Ohristino Reynolds enter- freo Bamplo at Carpenter's South Sido ut th Court House In Frankfort, Monday, March For Rates, Maps, iScauureH- Walcutt, Captain; Noel Gaines, First 1 14th, 1892, to elect directors for the coming FRANK V.'. WOOLLEV Lieutenant; G. Russell Snood, Second tained them Monday night at a tea drug store. ytur. By order of Traveling I'ass. Agt. E. W. GREGORY, S. Saffell, Recorder, at her home "Fleetwood," near this Lieutenant; W. Preildent. D.GU'WdS?' p 0.0. IURVBY. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria." and Ohas. E. Ellwangor, Treasuror. city. Feb. CINCINNATI. J. 9 p. & a Another Counterfeiter For BRAW-NE- R 19-t- e. ARAt-STHO- comity-subje- 14-t- $100 REWARD. eighteen-dollar- s f. Farm for 25-3- aie. r RoVt. B. Franklin -- . e ORCHARD, imi where-tbelr- er BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR PBIOBS s 20-S- t. sp-clt- ic self-abu- se al e. gold-heade- d I I y hand-in-han- d, $500 Reward! and - ic-l- FOR SALE. SOUR-MAS- v. s, Urn k Ik do-live- ry J. bur-gal- n. ft 13-2- Turnpike Notice. 26-S- t. Vlce-Pre- s. 1 jftl b S.v 'ifiSfr i- w - w hL 1 lW.1 liVi 1 I 1 ft :i. f m City, four miles east of hero, Sunday evening, and utterly demolished it. Water, mud, chips and sticks, and othor things came dashing against tho house, in a wave, throe feet nigh, FRANKFORT, FEB. 27, 1892. although ho is on high ground, and surged around tho corners, as if tho house was in an overflowed valloy. Tho roof was taken off, broken into Recaptured. three sections and piled up in tho yard. A long lino of clothes, and a W. It. King, a convict who escaped pilo of freshly-irone- d clothes simply from tho penitentiary, waa recaptured disappeared. A pair of near Barboursvillo Sunday night and a pair of pillow cases, and one othor found all returnod here. Ho was sent up in article, areworethat have been woods. and they out in tho 1885 for two years for burglary. Other things were carried away. Tho pump was dragged faom the cistern and takon some distance. The planks Gone to Louisville. were strippod from the fonco posts Dr. Walter O. Green, of this city, and broken to pieces. Fivo or six has located in Louisville for the large trees in the yard wore completely demolished. The house was practice of his profession and has of logs, built seventy years ago, or opened his oiQco on Second street, would most likely have gone. Tho storm-pat- h was near a hundred yards between Chestnut and Broadway. wide, and continued straight through m the barns, Will IHove Near Town. blow neighborhood, unroofed damage down trees, and other was done. Mr. Hill looked up tho Mr. John T. Wiley, of the Bald stairway and saw tho roof go. No Knob neighborhood, has rented the one was injured or killed. Dudley farm, on the Versailles piko, Startling Facts. for one thousand dollars a year, and will take possession on the first of Tho American people are rapidly March. becoming a race of nervous wrecks, and the following suggests tho best remedy: Alphonso Hempfling, of Changing Base. Butler, Fa., swears that when his son ilanoc was spoochless The annual moving season for Dr. Miles' greatfrom St. VitusNervine Restorative tenants upon farms is upon us and cured him. Mrs. J. R. Miller, of wagons loaded with furniture be- Valparaiso, and J. D. Taylor, of Ind., each gained 20 pounds longing to farmers who are changing from taking it. Mrs. H. A. Gardner, their location, have been passing of Vistula, Ind., was cured of 40 or 50 through the city for several days. convulsions a day, and much head acho, dizziness, backache and nervous prostration by one bottle. Trial Why Don't You Stop bottles, and fine book of marvelous W. Gayle's, Coughing before the entire mu- cures free at J. guarantees this who recommends and cous membrane lining the air pas3 remedy. sage leading to the lungs becomes m inflamed, as it surely will bo from a Twenty-Si- x Years Old. cough neglected. There is but one remedy that gives instant relief and Monday last was the anniversary cures quicklv. Dr. Hale's Household Couch Cure cures every kind of of tho birth of George Washington, cough from a simple cold to incipient battle of Buena Vista, and is of consumption. 25 and 50o bottles at local interest to us as the day on which the True Kentuckian (now Carpenter's South Side drug store. Kentuckian-Oitizen- ) born. was Twenty-si- x years ago we made the the A Chance To Hear Patti. first issue, and its co partner, conCitizen, represents 85 years' Most of tho On account of the Patti concert, tinuous publication. typos who were with us at the outthe L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip set, are still alive, but are scattered tickets to Louisville, February 29th, far and wide. Barlow has for years been with minstrel troupes, Lewis is good to return March 1st, at2.62. editing a paper at Frankfort, WilW. W. Alexander, liams is engaged in literary pursuits Agent. at Covington, and tho last heard of Hunt he was in Switzerland, acting Won the Contest. as guide for tourists among tho Alps. George Washington said ho couldn't Attho oratorical contest held by tell a lie. There is whore the has the best of G. W. the students of Centrb College, at K.-can tell Mr. The Kentuckian-CUize- a lie, butwon't. Danville, on Monday evening, Paris Martin D. Hardin, son of Gen. P. W. Louis VanHook, Ben. Zimmerman, Hardin, of this city, won the first Shelly Mann and Clark are all dead. honor over three competitors. The Oonant loft for parts unknown and is contest was for the purpose of select- perhaps dead also. ing a representative of the College at the Stato oratorical contest to be Will Fail to Remove It. held at' Georgetown on the 1st of April. Hon. Green R. Keller, Clerk of tho House, in a letter to his paper, the The Ladles. Carlisle Mercury, this week says: Tho Capital removal question is up The pleasant effect and perfect onco more, but like all former atsafety with which ladies may use the tempts it will fail again. Frankfort California liquid laxative Syrup of has long been the subject of jokes a Figs, under all conditions, makes it and abuse, but after all it is bo real the pleasaut place, and it will their favorite remedy. To get the seat of Government as long as the true and genuino article, look for the Commonwealth stands. And why name of the California Fig Syrup Co.,, not? It has as pleasant people as owns availthe printed near the bottom of the pack- live any where,tor allStateuses, tho railher able property 22 age. road accommodations are above the average, and the people of tho State Have Your Measure have made up their minds that they Taken. are satisfied, and thus it looks to me like it is a waste of time to discuss ' Mr. Fitzpatrick, cutter for the the question further. firm of Grutchor&Starks, whose headSudden Deaths quarters are with the Louisville 2d house, will be here on the 1st and Heart disease is by far tho most of March, Tuesday and Wednesday frequent cause of sudden death, next, with a full lino of samples of which in three out of four cases is Tho symptoms are Hpring suitings, ready to take meas- unsuspected. not generally understood. Those are: ures for the customers of the house. o habit of lying on tho right side, Drop in at the mammoth store of, short breath, pain or distress in side, TVTnnara flrnfnhnr fir. Sr.nrlrn. , nn TVTnln t buck or shoulder, irregular palao, .... ... u.t.UU..U. w.u.wuw. spoils, weak street, and have your measure taken asthma, stomach,and hungry ankles swelling of wind in for a spring outfit. or dropsy, oppression, dry cough and smothering. Dr. Miles' illustrated "I don't like the breath of that book on Heart Disease free at J. W. stove!" oxclaimed little Ethel one Gayle's, who sella and guaranteosDr. oay when the gas was escaping from Miles' unoqualod Now Heart Cure, is and his Restorative Norvino, which stovo. Coal-ga- s the sitting-roo"perfumes of India," com- ouros nervousness, hoadaohe, sleeplike the pared with the breath of a person lessness, effects of drinking, etc, Ik afflicted with catarrh, but among contains no opiates. 3 many other symptoms the smell is often deadened, so the sufferer is unMarriage License. conscious of tho offensivonOas of his presence. Why any one will endure On Monday, February 22, County such a painful, dangorous and offensive disease, when Dr. Sage's Catarrh Clerk Smith was kept busy issuing Remedy costing only 50 cents will linconse to wed. Ho issued fivo, ouro tho most stubborn case, is one whioh are as follows: Tho of tho many mysteries. proprietors are bo confident of Thos. W. Pullam and Sallio B. Catarrh Hodges, of Graefonburg. of this tho success Remedy, that they offer to forfeit $500 Jos. A. Hieatt and Mattio Brawnor, for any caso of Catarrh that of Flat Creek. It would bo they cannot cure. Thos. J. Dunoan and Alice Wat-kin- s, suicide for their remedy for them to make this offer, unless they underof Bald Knob. stood its exaot powers. Win. L. MoOarty and Maud M. South, of Forks of Elkhorn. Cyclone in Madison. Thos. Harrod and America Shaw, A dispatch from Richmond givos of Peak's Mill. the following account of a storm wounds should bo atBurns whioh passed over that town last tended toor carefully, especially in cold week: weather. We would recommend SalAll drugA cyolone struck tho dwelling house vation Oil for such cases. of Jonathan Hill, residing near Union gists sell it for 25 cents a bottle. FiUiNKFOJIT KOUNDABObl $100,000 For the Show. A bilj appropriating ono, hundrod thousand dollars to provido for tho collection and exhibition of the products of Kentucky at tho Columbian Exposition at Chicago in 1803 was passed by tho Senate on Wednesday. in mm m HEasa&EjreKa ESmaSEKEEMJEXKSaES jfy jfiBf 'iSL SttH liiiHf 1 w " mM W A mmWM in table-clothe- s, New Chief. Chief of Police Jerry Brislan his resignation to Mayor Tobin on Monday evening, who accopted tho samo and appointed Councilman John L. Tobin to fill the vacancy. Mr. Tobin accepted jjhe position and has entered upon the discharge of the duties. ten-dored mvisv: and Children. for Infants "CMtorlaUoo veil adapted to children that I recommend It oa superior to ujr prescription known to mo.1' H. A. Ancnxit, M. D., Ill Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cantor! cores Colic, OotwtJpatlon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, givea sleep, and promotes di Without injurious medication. , "All alone, unheard, unknown he y makes his moan" in a fifth-storbod-roo- Tho reason is obvious, he is suffering everything with a cold and hasn't got a soul to Btep across the street for one small bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. N "The use of 'Castoria' is bo universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are tho Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within eaayreaah." Cuuos SUnTTM, D.D., Hew York City. Late Pastor Bloomingdolo Reformed Church. Tms For several years I have) recommended your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial result." Vjffl t "Tho WInthrop," 77 Edwin F. Vxnvxt, H. D., 185th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Nkw York. Cwttaur Cohpaht, Murray Strkkt, Arm Broken. Miss Nellie Baker, of Louisville, who is visiting Mr. Jas. A. Holt, in this county, fell from a fence at Mr. Holt's Tuesday at noon and broke her left arm at the elbow. Dr. G. F. Thompson, of this city, was sent for and reduced tho fracture. Feb. 13-l- JAY-EYE-S- EE Mn. J. I. CASE, flllckorv Grovn Farm, home Kacinc, Wis., says: "After trying -of ovcry known remedy, I removed a largo Bunch Z 01 two years standing, from a 3 year old Ally, Z with three applications of 5 ' Jay-Eye-Se-e) rt. Numerous Times. We have had this week standard time, solar time and town, clock time all abouf twenty minutes apart which was just the thing for the average apprentice, who went to work by standard, quit by the town clock and swore he was going by solar all the time. QUINN'S OINTMENT, j recommend It to ull Horsemen." We have hundreds of such testimonials, Price, S1.50 per bottle. .Ask your druggist for Ik If bo docs not keep It, send us 25c. stamps or silver, for trial box. W. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. of. It Is tho best preparation I havoever used or heard Z hcartify I an-equal- ; CTTJRTjMTILADE UARK. Ujjljg University Extension. Tho second lecture of Dr. Bemis will be gievn intheMethodistOhurch on Tuesday evening next, March 1st, on which occasion his subject will be "Economics." Tickets for the entire course of six lectures are but one dollar and for a single lecture fifty cents. They can bo obtained at Barrett's news depot. DWARD CLAASSEN, PEOTIOJLI lumber, GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Ben. . Bell, en 0. n. Druggist, of Lexington, Ky., says that Dr. Hale's Household remedies PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO (consisting of Dr. Hale's Household JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Cough Cure. Dr. Hale's Household GUARANTEED. Ointment and Dr. Hale's Household Tea) are the host sellers he has ever Opposite FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. State House, had in his store. This is owing to the great merit of these popular remedies. They invariably give great satisfaction, save many doctors' Thorough, Practical Instruction. Gradu- bills and work wonderful cures. n p A fc fOtt wfclgSCS w vKftft c V iWKSWI'JJ a;s assisicu iu positions. vaiaiuguc MRWV1PKEE. Write to Everybody should use them. 25 and PJUVH,Jn..-- l t. ?1..U. flu..'.... M.11... 60c. sizes at Carpenter's South Side Kijftiflnauii & tfii'iUwu flusiussa buusgei titBCeetaaatitusM MZztihjyi j5ocm drug store. I ww.w ih.h.h.1 r Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, ilMMliffli i -ZDE-A-XjIEJIESS fg -- w violin of Gorman make which I will sell cheap. 25-t- f. Violin For Sale I have a fine Louis Harris. FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - A Reminder of '62. C. E. COLLINS & BRO., liT Oils -- Tho salute fired on Monday in honor of Washington's birthday was from a cannon placed on Taylor's Hill, near where Gen. Sill planted a battery in October, 1862, and sent several shells over the town al'ter Scott's Cavalry of tho Confederate Army, as they retreated: one of the shells bursting just over whero the Kenyon Hotel now stands and several near the Arsenal. This is the first time since the war cannon has holthat loud-mouthed Hardware, Wall Paper and DecoratienSfliine, Plaster, Gemini, (Haas, nd , Hind Paints, cSos., fanm, Iroa, Steel, Setting, XSoors, Blind-s- IFowdex. S2a.ot. cxn.c3. Slxells. U ALSO A FULL UOf&Qi? BewEP and Ytrm Pipe, and Rack Salt. iUIN AND LEWIS 8TBK3T" 4My. CM TCInfff 1BillTVfJMBlT?tftV feJBI lowed from that hill. -- IT. KFORT KENTUCOT. . Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, Ab mercury will surely destroy tho senso of smell and com- STERLING pletely derange the whole systom L5 when entering it through tho mucous MERIT. Ot-- " surfaces, ouch articles Blioulu never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as tho damage theywill do is ten fold to tho good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Ouro, manufacturodlby F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken in ternally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho systom. In buying Hall's Catarrh Ouro be suro you get tho gonuine. It mmmmmMJhJMUB'iUYttJlf is takon internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Ohonoy & Co. EXCELLENT BSTSold by Druggist, price 76 per FLAVOR. 4. bottlo. A NOVELTY OF HK " rtpVrlt k PRICE PER PACKET,' S&lfev, 15 CENTS. V V U QP k - Js? r f L X TliiV BRIGHT CREAM' COLOR. Going to Carter. of Franklin county, bought 250 aoresof land of Mrs. Eph-riaBoggs, and 150 acres from Smith and Gregory, and intends to locate horo immediately. Ho says ho knows of twelve to fifteen families who will oomo from Franklin and Owen counties to locato in Carter. Our valuablo tobacco landB aro being heard of far and near. Carter County Buylo. A Mr. Glass, m I luurpasscd for cutting. Magnificently fringed. .TICK'S CHARMER tSAffiSZf Given Round as a bull. Easy to raise. Prlcopcrpkt 10c 3PEJ.A.. above. VIOK'8 FLORAL GUIDE 193. which contains several 1,000 Illustrations. Over IM pages'sxiou garden. of over ao receipt of address and 10 cents, which may bo deducted from first order New Novelties. jiaueu on Free,ifdetired, with Dcrlittion JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, N.Y. 1 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. 3J Jan. ny? ri7TOP BUCKLEY S The Place Fine Wedding i3- - to Buy the city. Presents! Ml' if; i ' . The largest line to select from, the lowest prices and the most useful things to be found in any house in 811 No trouble to show goods, Give me a call. a Eft jflrz? SSD or Religious. I - JOk. Bet Buckley Harness Company on east Broadway. All work promptly executed. 15-t- f. I ton. 'the pastor. Brown Duvall, Madam Juno. First mass at 8 a. m., second mass Jas. Heffner, Charles I. at 10:30 a.m, and vespers at 3 p. m. Annie Parish, peasant girl. Christian Church Rev. George Abbie Parks, street dress, at 11 Edmund Buckley, street dress. Darsie will preach Margaret McLean, white rose a. m. Night service will be omitted Society girl. in the interest of the Bible Lena Pusey, street dress. Mass Meeting. Corinne Egbert, street dress. Society of Christian "Voting People's Annie Williams, Gypsy. their weekly prayEndeavor will hold at Elise Dandridge, queon of tho er meeting in the Lecture-roo7 Eddie Ford, Charlie Ross. Mary Belle Taylor, pink evening ' We would be greatly obliged to the dress. ministers and officers o churchesin the James D. Headley, jr., dress suit. city if they would furnish us with any announcement)- which they may wish MaryHeadley, street costume. made.l Ward Burnett, dress suit. Virgie Stanton, blue bird. Pikst Presbyterian Church The Ella Johnson, street dress. usual services at 11 a. Mace Williams, jr., dress suit. m., conducted by Rev. J. McOlusky Virginia Bennett, chip off tho old Blayney, D. D., the pastor. No night block. Service. John Holmes, sailor. Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Janie Holmes, French lady. Julian Ohinn, dress suit. Penick, the rector, will occupy Janie Watson, English lady. his pulpit at Ascension Church toJanie Gillum, baby. ' morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at Mary Gray, street dross. 7:30 p. m. Ella Wingate, street dress. Janie Dehoney, street dress. Presbyterian Church Southern Miss Barrio Taylor, Louisville, Rev. 0. R. Hemphill, D. D., of LouisSpanish danoing girl. ville, will the occupy pulpit at 11 o'clock. Meeting of the Maria Trabue, street dress. Ethel Collins, street dress. Bible Society at 7:30 p. m. Henry Coons, tennis player. Mary H. Swigert, court lady. Sunday-schoBaptist Church at Julia Hardie, street dress. 9:30 in the chapel. Public worship at Ida Dryden, street dress. 11 a. m. conducted by Rev. W. 0. Hewitt Payne, dude. Taylor, the pastor. Sermon on sperequest. No Susie McHenry, sunflower. cial subject by special Miss Caroline Gray, Paris doll. service at night. Margaret Reading, baby. Catholic Church The usual Kitite Dryden, street dress. services at the Church of the Good Lida Edelen, evening dress. Agnes Crutcher, flower girl. will be conShepherd Kate Williams, Martha Washingducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, ol If you have a buggy, carriage or of harness which needs repairing take it to the Kentucky Buggy and DR. W. I. KELLEY Kentucky Central Railway "BLUB Shortestand Quickest routetrom TO ALL POINTS GRASS ROUTE,1 OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the PHOE2TI23: HOTEI. CENTRAL KENTUCKY IN LEXINGTON, KY., IliTI. surgical EAST. 1ST. AND AND SOUTHWEST. Saturday, March 5, 1892 Saturday, March 26, 1892. (Piles) cured without operation and with little or no puln. REEERENCES . W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. V. Berberlcli. Frankfort, hy. Rev. L. P. Hulett. Benson. Ky. HEMORRHOIDS FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON SCHEDULE CINCINNATI. IN EFFECT NOV. 15TII. 1891. iNo.e, No. 8, Llatlv Accom Ex Uullj Express lustbun. Ex bun line IXUh. South Houud No.i, a. it. iucuiure, raiiKiort, W. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. DR. KELLEY'8 office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR- J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. Ky. Lve Cincinnati. 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No. C, ing SsKssiHlJssssfiHRsMsstfstiTT cessful, as sbore. Nothing difficult to Lara, or that unless suc- requires much Ume. I dcilre but one person from p. m. fairies. G. of Life." ger. No night Bessie Case, Spanish lady. service. Evert Heffner, snow flake. Lizzie and Prue Ohinn, street Sunday-schoconvenes at 9:30 a.m. League will meet in dresses. Tho Epworth the class room at 0:45 o'clock p. m. Percy Hoge, dandelion. Mary Hoge, forget-me-no- t. Mr. Henderson extends a cordial Mamio Gaines, Red Riding Hood. to tho members of the invitation Lettie Rodman, street dress. General Assembly to attend these Ecil Mastin, evening dress. services. Pickett Johnson, the red bud. Ben Blanton, Ward McAllister. Rev. H. M. Polsgrove will preach at tho Christian Church in Graefen-burol Henderson will preach morning at 11 o'clock. Methodist Church Rev. H. John Headley, street dress. Cordio Kendall, telegraph messen- each dlitrict or county. I hare tiutht and provided with employment a large numbir who are nuking orer Three 1 houtand Dollars Ten, each. All Is n.w. Full J,.d),?, togo particulars fVee. Artsryou know ell, If you "Oclude no furth.r, why, no harm li doue. Addraia, C. ALLK.N, Dec ly 4l, Auittntu, JUulue. LveHerea.. . . Arr Richmond. Lve Richmond.. Lve Winchester Lve Wlllla'sb.g. Arr Coroln.. . . S Lve Cum'b Gap. c Lve Mlddlesb'n a Lve Plnevlllo-- . h ? Lve Barb'rvllle. Arr Corbln.. . . 3 Lve Corbln. . . Hw Lvo Loudon . . Arr LivinKstnn. Lve Livingston 6 Lve Stanford.. ft " Lancaster o Arr Richmond. 8 Lve Jelllco. . , 7 05.im 7 OOain s 3 Arr Winchester vincureIJ, W m Lve Falmouth,, Arr Covington. Arr Cincinnati. Arr Paris Lye Lexington, Arr Paris. . . . Lvo Cynthiana. .... G55am 710am 7 45am 7 00am 7 63am 8 21am 9 23,im 10 54am 11 00am 05im 15am 45am 60am 35am 33um 58uin 7 47am a 35am 9 25am 9 b5am 10 11am 11 05am 11 16am 12 lOnn 1241pm 12 41pm 135pm 155pm 227pm 2 00pm 2 37pm 8 07pm 4 01 pm 5 85pm 545pm 10 b 8 9 6 6 J2 3 45pm 4 25pm 4 48pm 580pm GS7pm G 46pm I rVVf MAYSVILLE BRANCH. No. 10, North-bounDaily, Ex. Sun. Lve. Cincinnati . Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . Lve. P.iris, . . . . . No. xa Ex, Sua 2 65 pm g overdlsoov cred, aa It is certain In Its effects and docs not blister. Read proof below : Tho Most SnccesBful Kemcdy morning at 11 o'clock. The Old Original Remedy Leads. "Mi-crobi- ," Kendall's Spavin Cure. Dr. B J. Kendall Co.; Clontu About three years ago I wrote to you nbout a horso I owned who had a Spavin. I used six bottle ot your Kendall's bpavlu Cure, and it )nad? a complete Care. 1 have recommended It to others whohavo used It wlt.t like success. Mrs. Anns K. Kuuuxox. Siikhwood, Md., May 2, '90. Rev. T. N. Arnold will preach at Sick people should not bo deceived on the by pretenders who talk about the Fox Gap School-house- , "germs," "baccilli," &c, to mornLawrenceburg pike, sell their preparations, thus preventing at 11 o'clock. ing people from buying the original tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Clover seed are, quoted higher, but Killer" is what you need. It is now, our prices shall remain at $5.75 until and for years has been, making March 1st. moro cureB than all other remedies t. Mastin Bros. combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be deceived. 25-l- TONIC OXJItES Arr. Carlisle. . Arr. Johnson . Arr. Maysville, Arr. Millersburg . 18am 40am 34am 1010am 8 8 9 7 ooam 7 55 It 111 802pm 620pm 015pm GSSprn 700pm 764pm 8S0pm J South. Bound. Lve. Maysville . Lve. Johnson . Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington, . Arr. Covington . Arr. Cincinnati . LOSS OF APPETITE, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Energy, Weakness of Back, Feelings of Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippo, Etc., Etc. In use for 25 years by omlnent physicians nnd mirgeonK In the United Htates, and by tbem trie best TONIU extant. It oures where all others fall. Try it and b convinced. Ask your Druggist for It. pro-nouno-ed No. 9, No. it. Daily. Dally, Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun 5 5 6 7 7 8 10 20 67 50 15 40 28 61 11 00 Kendall's Spavin Cure. T.INDEM. Warrpn Co.. Vtt.. Jnnn 21. 1R99. Dn. II. J. Kkndall Co.t Dear Sirs I must say that Ionco tried a bottle of your Kendall's Spavin Curo on a colt, and It entirely removed a bono spavin and I did not use an the bottle In removing It, The horse Is six or seven years old. very sound, and ha done hard work all ot the time. , Kingston Sauidcbt. Respectfully yours, three-year-ol- d 4 . . a m 700pm 37pm am am 0 45 pm am 160pm a m 227 pm am 820pm am 3 45pm am 410pm Children's Hop. One of the prettiest sights seen in Frankfort for along time, was at the Capital Hotel Ball Room Thursday evening, where the Children's Fanoy Dross Ball took place. During tho evening Miss Barrie Taylor, of Louisville, and Miss Susie McHonry entertained tho large assembly presont with two beautiful fancy dances. There woro many beautiful and elegant costumes worn. Below will be found, a list of tho little ones present Death of Miss Lou. Averlll. Miss Maria Louisa Averill died Thursday evening at tho residence of hor brother, Mr. W. H. Averill, after an illness of several months duration, aged about 65 years. For many years she had been a consistent member of tho First Presbyterian Church, and died in tho full faith of a joyous reunion with the loved ones gone before in tho glorious hereafter, Hor funeral will take place from tho First Presbyterian Church at-1o'clock m. 2 to-da- Kendall's Spavin Cure. Columbia, Ala., July 21, 1899. Dn. D. J. Kendall Co. i Gents I have effectually removed one caso of bono Bpuvluwlth your Kendall's Spavin Cure. X cheerfully recommend It to all. ttespoctf ully, It. O. Kmairr. ton to Cincinnati. No.l Runs dally. S. It. KNOTT, 0. P. ATMORE, Traffic Manager. Gen. Pabs. Agt. General Offices, Louisville, Ky. S. F. B. MORSE, Asst. Gen'I Pass. Ag't. Office, Chamberof Commerce Bldg., Cincinnati, O. No. 1 Dally to nil points except Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexing- PBIOE, $1.00 PER BOTTIiE. J. ED RAY & GO,, Manfs. and Proprs., Price (I per bottle, or six bottles for $i. All drug, gists have It or can get It for you, or It will bo sent to any address on receipt of price by tho proprietors. DR. B. PARIS, KIT. W. and their costumes: E. AVERILL, Sole Agent, Paul Collins, groom. Gladys Rodman, bride. J. KENDALL CO., Junel3-ly- . Aug. My, Enosburgh Falls, Vermont Frankfort, Ky. cinnati and Lexington . No, 10 Paris and Lexington Accommodation dally. Leaves Lexington 10,00 a. m. Arrives Paris 10:'6u. m. No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Leaves Cincinnati 5.15 p. in Arrives Falmouth 7:06 p. ra., daily except Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 0 u. m. Arrives Cincinnati 7.65 a. in., dally except Sunday. Nos. land 8 make connections at Winchester for points on the N.N. 4M.V. Ry E. D, No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborougn and Cumberland Gap and all Intermediate stations and runs dally. No. 4Runs dally from all stations except the Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 6 Dally except Sunday. No 6. runs dally except Sunday between Cin- ir wniOTngTTffirn ww Wfyra'T 'wr !' h, 5flPlW$f 3sr El "W Silver Hat Pins, 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. r -- good s 7 jV ' f 4 jlCT-I I'll Ftl Elgin, tM Waltham, Howard, Illinois, Rockford, Hampden, Walcdes. VATiz;i4ali IlVE. -- A SEZ-iSEIBI- ', Tlie Jeweler, r,.S22:0'T, WHITES PRENRE& BY - ZESTT. Itliles' Nerve and Lriver Pills. V Act on a now principle regulating the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gayle'B, Frankfort, Ky. the liver, stomach and bowels though 45-l- Forks of Ellcliorn. Mrs. L. N. Burdin visited Mrs. Sam Martin at Stedmantown Wednesday. Mrs. Margaret Slusher, of Mt. Sterling, is here visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. EQle Kuykendall is here with her father, Mr. A. T. Stedman, who is still very sick. Regular services at Buck Run tomorrow at 11 and at 7. Also at Mt. Pleasant at 3 o'clock p. m. Rev. J. H. Burdin preached at Pidgoon Fork last Sunday. Ho is delighted with his new field. Mr. L. E. Burdin and wife, of Frankfort, were here the first of the week visiting their son' J. H. Burdin. and Robert Wilson will try to ship to Cincinnati. their tobacco y A good attendance at both of our schools speaks well for both the teachers and scholars. Washington's birthday waB duly observed. Mr. Ed.Flynn has been helping Mr. Louis Lea to get his tobacco ready for the market. Mr Lea says he has the boss crop of the country. Mr. Robert Qhurch lost his training poney last Thursday. While going at full speed it fell and broke both fore legs, and had to be shot. Wo have had two or three delightful spring like days, and, of course, it makes us all feel like we would like to got into the garden to work. Madam Rumor was about right about those weddings since our last writing. Mr. Jno. Polk, from your city among the hills, claimed Miss Sue Godsey, and Mr. L. McOarty, of Stamping Ground, Miss Maud South. They have our best wishes. to-da- Messrs. Willie Gaines, Ben Gaines , Sarah Jane. A Great Explosion. WME,i i.T M" system Dr. Pierce'B Golden Medical Discovery. Of course, there were in the olden times many who would have pronounced modern oxplosives instruments of witohcraft; but there Strength and Health. who do are, fortunately, few not acknowledge that the "Golden If you are not feeling strong and Medical Discovery" is the one sovereign remedy for all Bcrofulous healthy, try Eleotrio Bitters. If diseases, and Consumption is one of "LaGrippe" has left you weak and weary, use Eleotrio Bitters. This them. remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach nnd Kidneys, gently aiding Communicated. those organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with Sick Editor Roundabout: Headache, you will find speedy and Injustice to myselfI desire to make jiornamont relief by taking Electric the following statement as regards Bitters. One trial will convince you my office as Chief of Police: .hat thiB is tho remedy you need. On the night of January 4th, 1802, Largo bottles only 50o. at Phil. Mr. John T. Buckley presented tome Carpenter's Drug Store. a paper, demanding my resignation as Chief of Police. I asked him hoar To the Mardi Graa. I could resign a position that I had never been appointed to. Ho said account of the Mardi me to tho it was all right, and askedknow sign, L. On N. R. R. will sell round Gras, tick& that trip which I did. I did not Mayor Tobin wanted his brother to bo ets to Mobile, Alabama, ana New Chief. If I had I would not have ac- OrloanB, Louisiana, February 20 to 29 cented. I asked Mayor Tobin. in inolusivo, good returning until March presense of Mr. Joe. Rodman, If I had 15, at ono faro. For furthor informanot oarriod out his orders. Ho an- tion apply to W. W. Alexander, swered: "You have to a letter." I Agent. then aaid, "If bo what is it you want to-da- y $ In these days of gunpowder, dynamite, giant powder, and the like, tremendous explosions are no rarity, but the greatest explosion of modern times ie, without doubt, that of the " idea that Oomsumption is incurable. Thousands of lives have been sacrificed to this mistaken notion. Modern research has established the fact that Consumption is a scrofulous disease of the lungs, and that there is one remedy which will positively eradicate it from the "old-school- road station.' Tho after piece 'Christmas eve at Home,' is unusually good. Tho stage settings of the first part and the costumings are elegant and original. The singing is sweet, tho jokes good, and Al Field and Wall caterers of fun. At tho Opera House on Saturday evening, March 5th, and will give a matinee in the afternoon. me to do now?'' Ho answered by How to jjet Thin. saying, "I have told your friends what I wanted you to do." I asked The only safe and leliable treatwhat it was. "I wish to speak to you (superflous privately. I want your resignation." ment for obesity, Obesity Pills, fat) is the "Leverette" which I replied "I will not resign; you em- gradually reduced the weight and ployed me: if you do not want me, measurement. No injury or inconsay so and I will stop out." This second resignation, which ho "de- venienceLeaves no Avrinkles acts absorption. manded, ho claimed wouldjlet mo out byThis cure is founded in an easy wayjtbiswas done through scientific principles, upon tho most and has been my friends. I said I had done noth- used by ono most ing to be let out of, and if he (Mayor .Physicians ot of the m his eminent Europe private Tobin) had tried to accomplish something in which he failed, I was not practice for five years, with tho most to blame. As to my personal charac- gratifying renults. Mr. Henry Perkins, ter, I will put it before the citizens of Boston, writes: From 29 Union Park, tho use of the Frankfort, against Mayor Tobin's or "Leverette" Obesity Pills my weight his brother's, for sobriety, truth and has been reproduced honesty. I respectfully submit this three weeks and my ten pounds in general health to tho public. is very much improved. The princiJ EltRY JiRlSLAN. ples of your treatment are fully indorsed by any family physician. In Oil, What a Cough. proof of my gratitude I herewith Will you heed the warning; the give you permission to use my name signal perhaps of the sure approach if you desire to do so. Price 52.00 per package, or three of that more terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you can packages for 5.00 by registered mail. afford, for the sake of saving 50c, to All orders supplied direct from our run the risk and do nothing for it. ofHce. The Leverette Specific Co., 339 We know from experience that Washington street, Boston, Mass. Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottles were Council Proceedings. sold the past year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not be without it. For Called Meeting, Feb. 23. lame back, side or chest use Shiloh s Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W Tho council met Tuesday evonincr Gayle. 37 at 7:30 o'clock, with all tho members present oxcqpt Councilmen Gaines Fields' Minstrels. and Tobin. ToA communication from The Atlanta Ga.) Evening Journal bin, vetoing the ordinance Mayor in regard of Nov. 19, says of Al G. Fieldsec Co.'s to paying the members of the police minstrels: "Al G. Fields certainly deserves and fire departments, was received, praise ior the elegant minstrel en- read and referred. The of Councilman tertainment which he is presenting John L. resignation received and acyear. He is nothing if not origi- cepted. Tobin was this nal and tho unique innovations which furThe street committee asked he is now presenting are away above ther time in regard to thefor water tho average. L. & N. Depot. Granted. His specialties are unusually good. pipes at tho Councilman Half moved to refer The 'Phantom Patrol' a drill in which tho laundry license matter to tho Litho lights are turned almost out, and cense Committee to report next Tuesthe marchers, dressed in a pure day evening. Adopted. white go through beautiful evolutions Councilman Darnell before a back ground of jot setting, ter March 1 the office moved that afstreet comis a masterpiece in artistic arrange- missioner be abolished. of Adopted. ment. The council then Ji mmy Wall and W. G. Mack are again next Tuesdayadjourned to meet evening. decidedly original and funny in their soperate monologue entertainments. Meander T311, Kibble gives a lightning drill and target exhibition that is truly wonHon. I. V. Baker, jr.,. Vice Pres't derful. Clayton, Jenkins and their mule National Breeder's Association and g Jasper give a acrobatic owner of Meander by Belmont, writes, "Quinn's Ointment I have used with act. Jo Lowis is something new in his great success for nearly twenty years Apodal act. and consider it has no equal." The FTmita Wrll nnrl ATrtT.or! rvJra a very best in tho country endorse this most original and best musical act of preparation. tho year 'Mirth and music in a rail25-l( side-splitin- CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 YEARS SOU) EVERYWHERE. MED. CO. STUMS MO. HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED RICHARDSON-TAYLOR Plants, Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. wsnzsssmx?. GS 3 THOMPSON, NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, ILjOTTXSVXZLiILjIE, ZE32ST"T,CTOm"S"-TBLEG- R APE ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050. RING 2. Rose Buds a Specialty, Clover Seed. floral Designs. Wo have on hand about 400 bushels Mobile. of strictly prime clover seed, which we will guarantee to sell at Louisville Tho Queen & Crescent quotations. Buy at home and save sell tickets February 26, 27, route will 28 and freight. Mastin Bros. at ono fare for the round trip, 29, to f. New Orleans and Mobile, account the Tickets If you want sulphur water, fresh Mardi Gras, March 1st. 15th, 1892.good from the Murray well, left at your for return until March " residence every morning, leave W. H. Averill's drug store, orders at L. the U. S. Express office or H. R. 21-t1 Excursion to Mardi Gras, New Orleans and Williams' grocery. W. 434 HALSEY, 23-t- f. Agent. Buggies, carriages and harness repaired by the Kentucky and Harness 22-5- t. ings, Loan and Building Company. Geokqb L. Payne, On real estate by the Louisville Money to Lend m West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Broker in SavAve years Stocks and bonds, only, negotiates ON COMMISSION farm property on one to on town and Feb. time. Investment secur ties for sale. a. e. vv. Company. 15-t- f. WM. CROMWELL. ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER. Advertised Letters at RJBAL JSSTA.TB AGJSJXT. 0 Franklin and the adjoining counties, and w,y i ?T8 Pim attention to the porchaee and sale ot real estate, collection of rnta, elalata. and the QegotlaUon of loans. CODBT8 1nriaM PRACTICE IN THK Frankfort, Ky. CURES ALL DISEASES. Because nil diseases nro the result or fermentation anil decay, caused by living microbes In the human sjhtem. and whatever remedy will purify the blood by removing the cause of disease and build up tho hewlth and strength ot the patient, Is the one to use RADAM'SMICROBEKILLER list of advertised letters for the week ending Fob. 27th, Below will bo found n 1892: s Alexander, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Lulio Liza Landers, W. H. Berry, Anderson Moaeley, Bennett Moore, Mrs. Tom Baker, George Burns, Edmund T. Neeley, Mrs. Lovodio P. Burns, John (2) Barrett, Joseph Newman, Mrs. Rachel Beard, Willie Odlo, Miss Oantrell, J. O. ence J. H. Collins, Miss Katie Patrick, S. H. Dickerson, Mrs. Ral cliff, Fred Bottle Shinliver, Ruffer Downing, Geo. Smith, Mrs. E. R. Duneiper, Petter Sandlin, W. A. Sanders, W. G. Efflnger, Fred Henry, 0. B. Thornton, Miss Julia Hapton, Georgo Wiley, Marton Miss Holder, Wayman, Richard Helen VVhnn culling for thoso lettors sny adFlor-Coffe- y, Butler, H. S. W. T&a Qrtefc L0DI5TILLE am direct root trom Is nature's remedy, and Is the greatest boon ever given to mankind, hence tho spurious Imitations which follow In the path of Its wonderful cures ot Consumption, Catarrh, Debility, Indigestion, ltheumatlsm, Dowel, Bladder, Skin and all other diseases which are quickly and permanently turod by this never falling compound wnlch Ihs done more for suffering humanity than all the prescriptions ot poisonous proprietary medicines, tdrugs, nostrums, AC. an put logemer, Because ii removes me and Insures health. Thousands cause of disease ot voluntary certificates ot almost miraculous cures attest these facts, and demonstrate to tho world that Wm. ltadam, the Great Pioneer In his Wonderful Discovery, has gone far ahead of all other explorers In scientific fields, and has demonstrated oeyond 11 doubt that no disease can exist without n disordered svstem, and his superb remedy stands at the front because It Is Ti ABU M TEXAS! Otw handled and fifty mllea SHORTEST TO LITTLE BOCK, Andtte eelyrevte Without Change of Cars. If jou are going to emigrate to Sherman, Dallas, "Fort Worth Austin, Houatin, CHEAPEST vertised. J. M. Savi'ell, Post must or. Sale of Damaged oods. My entire stock of dry goods, notions, laces and embroideries, Blightly damaged by smoke, will bo closed out at cost for cash. 25-t- f. Wm. O'Donnell. This is tho Tho Original and Old. Microbe Killer - a palatable remedy vh,lch cures AND JJEST ROUTE. diseases by arresting decay and placing tho 8)s-teIn ti natural and healthy condition. Investigate the niTlts of this wonderful health NocbaaKBOf car to giving discovery, which has stood the test and cured thousands cl all manner ot d lsens.es; and M0NTG0MEBY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS germ or microbe beware of ull other destroyers, which areoften thus advertised to sell AND NEW ORLEANS. their otherwise worthless mixtures, and which nro but Imltatons of this Great Wonder Worklue Remedy. JTor further Information, address For full particulars and certificates of wonderful cures, address J, W. (JAYLK or G.P. & GAYLE CO., sole agents for Franklin com ty. LOOUJVlL.t-K- , KKNTUCKT. Reliable C. P. ATMORE, 7U Jan, lC-l- lisL'i.. t-- 8 . Tfc PI TjTTT'niJ IT' O P--. D'P A PITCIi W vdHi ar peat Slaughter j.LJUi-TLA B r H H I JBl WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEB. 1st. We commence this morning another cut, as we are forced to have money. This exeat slaughter sale embraces every article in I our immense establishment. It seems to us tl at;' every citizen in this community m SnOUlU ue lueiesieu Jii una. v;ti xxjujuj auu jjihc aiiu ocv; wutit wu tire 1 mg, - Furnishing Goods. Men's Clothing. See 315 pairs Jeans Pants, best quality, $1.50 and $1.75, cut to $1.25. See our to $4. 6.50 Overcoats cut Clothing, Clothing. Boys' and Children's. See the $1 Overcoats. See the $5 Suits cut to $3.50. See the $6.50 Suits $4.50. See Pants. ' Shoes! Shoes! See our Ladies' bnoes. 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. gi.io Kid . See our Children's School Shoes 90c. to 1.10. See our Ladies' Rubbers only 19c. m ii a See our $6 and $J Suits, Sacks and Frocks, cut to 4. See 1,956 Suits, some of them cut 20 percent., some.30 percent., into. and some one-half m M A- ' cut to Knee our 45c. Boys' See our Men's and Boys' Lace .'f, ana congress stioes, jsi.io. ij See the GREATEST SHOE Stock in Frankfort go at a sacrifice. '4 The greatest slaughter sale ever known in this city. See our $j Cape All Wool Overcoat go at $4. XJEC"C3E3i:3E:JEl. Main Stroet, FRANKFORT. .ul3r uiiML Bi3cxBCiBJKu9--- a Cii5L :i 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. Cheap Rates to Florida. a On account of Florida Chautauqua, the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip tickets to de Funiak Springs, Florida, Who has 1 National Reputation for the Treatment of Chronic and Nervous from February 8th to March 12th, in)iseases Treated over Ten '1 hous- clusive, good to return until April and P.i tients in the State of 1 .' standing the inclement weather, a large number of the invited guests A Little Girl's Experience assembled to do honor to Miss in a Lighthouse. friends. charming Blakemore's After several hours being spent in Mr. and Mrs. Loron Trescott are social enjoyment and dancing by the keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at delightful music furnished by Mr. Sand Beach, Mich and are blessed and Mrs. Geo. Green, a dainty lunch with a daughter, four years old. The graceful manner Last April she was takon down with waB served. in which Miss Cora entertained was Measles, followed with a dreadful highly appreciated and pleasing to Cough and turning into a fever. DocThose present were: Miss tors at homo and at Detroit treated all. Virginia, Miss Josie ' lint. Km-- in vnlii alio trrflw wnvap Howlett.' of n . ..wavv .A fcU n Mrs. settle rapidly, until she washv twi. Mugnes, 01 a mere "handful Thomas, Misses Neva Blakemoro, 0f oonVs.'' Then she tried Dr. King's Stella Gaines, Lucy and Daisy Now Discovery and after the use of Huehes, Messrs. Will Ely, J. W. two and a half douHjb, was completeWilliams, and Frank Keyes, of Frank- ly cured They say Dr. King's New fort, Messrs. Wilburn, Meadow, Fry Discovery is worth its weight in goid. and Hughes, of the K. M. I., J. V. yet you may get a trial bottle free at Gaines, Alhe McAfee, Wm. Hall, Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. Robt. and Wm. Averill. G Among those present Entertained Near Alton. wore: Misses Louise Hughes, Eugene Sheppard, Cren The following is from the Alton Mayme Leavell, Went, Docia Leavell, Miss Boeu, Jessacorrespondent in the Anderson mine county, Mary Alexander, NanJNew. Messrs. nie Pulliam Miss Smith. Clarke, Miss Cora Blakeraoro entertained Snyder, Will Clarke, Thorn Leavell, Lewis, Alexander, Cohen, "Friday evening in honor of her visiOldham, Haggard. Lexington Trantors Misses Harbison, Middleton script. and Gill, of Shelbyvillc. Notwith- the evening. mm mm. Indiana Last Year. 1st, 1892, at 24. . .... ,..... W. W. Alexander, Agency Agent. for Shortest and qulckoht between CINCINNATI XI Scientific American AM and ?3AN,TOT, Paris, FalCar- Onlv dliect lino Petween 1123352 CAVEATS. rcnuc ninnKB, I DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. Sw'flJSr?0 ac1 iTC0 Handbook writo to MUNN & CO.. 3C1 BllOADWAT. NEW YORK. Oldest buroau for Bocuring patents In America. Kvcry pateut taken out by us is brought before tho publlo by a notice given f reo of charge In tho 1 Frankfort, Georgetown lisle! Uaysville, Cynlhiana, mouth and CoTington. ..- - . , . ( .... ASK FOR TICKETS VU KY SIIDLAKa . TBIIK HUB BT CEITUL STIVH1HD TIME. 17 18'JO. THIS TABUE MAY p.m, 5x, world, Growing Old Gracefully. the house. Such color and complexion is rarely seen in a woman past forty." Indeed, the woman of whom he spoko was lovely. Her face was clear and smooth, her cheeks fresh and rosy, her eyes bright with perfect health and the enjoyment of life. She had passed the critical "change of life" without falling into "the sore and yellow leaf," as most American women do. How had she succeeded in doing this? Simply by using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription at a time when nature stood in need of some assistance. She had taken it at the right time. In doing this she was wise. Wiser than most women who "trust to luck" in getting through the critical and trying This standard Jjenod safely. needed at such remedy a time. what is It is, from girlhood to old age, woman's best friond. In all diseases peculiar to the sex, it accomplishes what no other remedy does a cure. Take it, woman, when life's autumn begins, and "grow old gracefully." Your money back if it doesn't help "What a lovely old lady," I heard a man remark, at the opera, lately. "She's quite as beautiful as any girlin W. L. Coppersmith don't send work to other cities, but does all that is instrusted to him in his Newport Wm I Mississippi Valley building, 234 St. Clair street. ' - ' s W. L. Coppersmith, the jeweler, Washington, Philadelphia, does the best of work at moderate Now York, Baltimore, prices. Call and see. 234 St. Clair Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re street. 45-ly. juareosi circulation of any scientific papor In tho Illustrated. No lntolllcent it. weekly, xa.oo a Addross MUNN & CO.. .'tJUUsiiEns, 8a Broadway. Now York. Co, Warn rMwmm, TIUINs EAS, Lv. Frankfort ..ft. O MlIP; Plil Ar. Georgetown . Lv Georgt'n, via O. & O. . " Eikuorn . " Hwltzer. . . . " atamp. Gro'd, . . 0O 41 5 45 0 49 7 03 7 24 I 6bH G(j6 i'ass. 400 4 VI 4 20 4 35 Mixed. 12 N 12 25 12 43 No. 7, U21 6 45 7 25 000 5 21 7 82 5 05 5 19 4 30 G4H 107 1 47 45-l- y. LOUISVILLE MARKET. TOBACCO EAST AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. L. P. Walter. M. D. IN EFFECT NOVK5IBER 15. lS'Jl. BOUND . FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. you. represent our market for burloy 2 tobacco 3 Colory trash Common lugs not colory 3 0 Colory lugs 6 Common leaf. 7 50 Medium to good leaf. 12 00 Good to fine fillers Our market has not developed any changes on now burley tobacco this week. The sales continue immense and the market remains very firm and active for all grades, colory low grades being especially strong. The demand for burley seed is very heavy and tho preparation for the new crop unusually extensive. Tho following quotations fairly 24,484 Sales on our market for the week justclosed amountto 4,391 hhds., with receipts of 3,010 for the same period. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 27,189 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1890 on our market to date hhds. Iii Honor of Miss Hughes. Misses Bessie and Hell Cohen, entertained on Wednesday evoning last, in honor of their guest, Miss Louise Hughes, of Frankfort, in a very charming manner. Tho evening was spent in dancing, cards, etc. Refreshments, consisting of cakos, ices and fruits wore served during Trash (dark)ordamagod tobacco: Select or wrappory loaf. S3 50 0 00 4 00 10 00 8 00 12 00 22 00 00 22 W, 33 700 700 4 00 1002 1002 7 04 fST'Syphllls and complications, as sore throat, tilling of hair, paluln the bones, eruptions, etc., Lv. Georgetown . 10 02 10 02 7 00 0 45 HUNTINGTON & MOREHEAD nccommoda are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or " Stamp. Gro'd 10 24 10 24 7 31 7 24 tlons run dully. " Swltzor . . . 10 88 10 38 7 47 7 60 Gonorrhoea, Gleet, other Injurious drugs. LEXINGTON & MOHBHKAD & LEXINGTON Stricture am aU Urinary and Kidney Troubles " Elkhorn. . . 10 40 10 4G 7 55 8 10 MT. STERLING uccommodutloiis run dully are speedily cured by treatment that has never Ar. Frankfort . . 1100 1100 8 10 8 40 failed. He upderstukes no incurable cases, but Nos. 1. 2, 7, 8 and 12 dally except Sunday. Nos cures thousands given up to die. Remember the THROUGH SLEEl'ING OARS to mid rrom Sundays Only. date and come early, us his rooms aro always an 4 d'Uly . Nos. 5 and 0 ORBISON, Agent. aslilnntoii und New York without chuiige. HOWARD crowueu wuerever ne stops GEO. n. HARPER, Gm. Superintendent Is 6. L. Brown, g Wi Bahnkv, CONSULTATION FREE. Gen. Tubs. Agent, Correspondence solicited and confidential. VERNON CLARK, General Passengor Agent. G. A.. Lexington, Ky, Address THE SOUTHERN MED. & SUItG. INST., CLAUDE BOWLS, City Ticket Agent. W. S. HAmusoN. 510 5th St., Louisville, Ky. Oct. G.A.. Ashland. Ky, FRANKFORT, KY. GENERAL OFFICES. Hunt-Ingto. 1 17-l- Lv. Richmond via K. C Until 3 o'clock p. m. only. Treats all Curable Medical and " AVlnchester ! One day Surgical Diseases, Cross Ejes straightened with- Paris out I'aln, Cancers cured without knife or Costlc, DAILY, WEST EOUND. Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Dlseasus of the Eye, Lv. Mnysvllle via Ear, Nose, Throut and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Brlght's K. o " Carlisle . . . Huntington Lve, GOOain 130pm M5rm Disease, DIabetis.Kldnoys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Ar. Paris Cuttlettsbun; " C 25.1111 i 4 mn 7 14pm lll OOAUHI 1jnniUVOi rClllUl? Adtilund . . . " GS711I11 205pm V2I1I1I El'ILEl'SY OR FITS CURED. Lv. Cincinnati via A POaiTIVK OUAHANTKK. kx sun K. C, Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 '.7um GOSpm 1 20pm G25um Young and middle aged men suffering from " Covington Winchester . " 11 15:im u 46pm 1 OJDIil 715:im Spermatorrhea and Impotency, as the result of Ar. Paris . . e Lexington . Arr. 1205pm a winn 2 45pm I 8 (15(1111 In youth or excess In mature years und Louisville Arr. ozopini UoOpm 740pmllDOuill other causes, producing some of the following Lv. Paris . . . . ' Contrevllle . effects, us emissions, blotches, debility, nervousLIMITKD VKSTIIiULKDTUAlNS rundullyin ness, dizziness, of Ideas, aversion to " Newtown . , connection with ChOBUpeaUe & Ohio 'F. V. v.", society, defective confusion and sexual exhaustion, Ar.Georgetown memory to New York. which unlit tho victim for business or marriage, FAST MAIL TUAINS runs dully and are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. Lv. Clnclrnatlvla Q. .: O. n. make locul stops botweeu Lexington and BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. Ar. Georgetown Winchester " Mt.SterlliiB " 8 Glum Ashland. . " 12 lOaiu cuttlettsburtr " 12 1'tf mil liuntiiitoa " U&Onm; Wushliijjton " bBoimi I'lilludelniila " 1047am New York Arr.! riOmul Lexington F u s t Limited Accin. Mull Express Dully Bally. V.W. Ex tun. Lvu. 7ii5um OtJOpnT 11 40.un ISiim 8im '712pm C 123iipm 1007pm 840am 1023pm 5'jaiii 1047pm 80am A DAILY. l uopm " Carlisle . . The Celebrated Specialist, nnd Tresident of the Ar. Maysvllle . southern Median mid purglcul Institute, Dully I'urlsvluK.O. who has KxSun Louisville, Ky..Louisville created such a sensation Winchester . by curliiu diseases thut in and u round 3 .lupin bullied tho medical fraternity of that city, by I ixjnni special request of many patrons In and around Ar. Richmond. 735pm our town, ulll visit Frunkfort at the Ar. Cincinnati 10 15 1015 Lv. Georgetown 7 25 0 50 " Newton ii. . 7 40 7 05 " Ceutrovllle. 7 50 7 15 Ar. Furls 8 10 735 Lv. lJarls,vla K. O. 7 63 " Covington . . 10 41 Ar. Cincinnati. . 10 60 Lv Paris via K. 7 55 8 43 10 10 7 25 306 GOO 2 2 2 8 05 25 45 10 4 25 G37 G45 5 48 0 25 7 55 5 4B 6 15 1127 12 10 I I obupm mm Capital Hotel, February 27, 1092, TRAINS WEST. Sun. Pass Fuss Mix. Mix. Only train. train. train. train G10 7 15 1 58 7 20 . . A.M. U. M. P. VI I A. M.r. M, No.tJ No. 2, No. 4, No. , No 12 P in 35 62JPUI 105 7 48 6 20 2 33 .... 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