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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892030501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Jfl; ifm HwIm K&SP' k I The Framfqrt Boundabout. - j 1 1 '? j( GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. A WEEKLY PAFER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance . Volume XV. Among the great strikes that of r. Miles in discovering his New Heart Cure has proven itsolf to be one of the most important. Tho do-mand for it has become astonishing Already tho treatjnent of heart disease is being revolutionized, and manv unexoected cures effected. It soon relieves Bhort breath, flutterin ri FRANKFORT, Highest of all In jurfavening Power. KY., MARCH 5, 1891 fl8 H N Number 26 U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. vj, 1889. KBt P . I llR' IW .45' v J51s m V. JFM V. B L W k. r w1 ' ' many years. If the Forks of EUcliorn. fail to visit Frankfort this year, and tho man with his littlo reMr. Ed. Flinn moved to Woodlako Jett. 1 YixoxoroSoiOxayi JTfct moval bill persists in boring tho pub- this week. lic with it, the thing to do is to decoCool, damp and cloudy. Mr. South Trimble has nine hun-- . rate tho table with tho same, and dred and twenty lambs. Tho singing school closed last then the question will be settled, for Thursday night. the Constitution provid s that unMiss Nellie Quire, of Stedmanville, shall Mrs. Allen, of Woodford county, is less this Assembly else it locate the is visiting friends hero. Capital somewhere shall re visiting Mrs. Mattie Shaw. Mr. D. Hackney and wife, of Frankmain permanently at Frankfort. E rei feffiA wgK Bl II Fi!rv 111 They say that J. D. B. Q. will take Kentucky has entered upon an fort, were out Sunday visiting Mr. 4i fair one for his lii'o partner on the era of unprecedented prosperity. Calvin Greenup. 15th. Development and improvement are Missc s Daisy and Nellie Cox, of StedThe State The festive drummers have held witnessed overywhore. that would manville, aro visiting friends in LexCapitol should have our town for the past two or three symbolise her agreatness, and tho ini- ington this week. days. v'KjtiiMrr''"' ""' ii'iiin'i" mLii tiatory stops should be taken at tho Mrs. Maggie Sluchor returned home Mrs. Margaret Quinn and daugh present session. Carrollton Democrat. yesterday after several weeks visit in this community. ter, Miss Maggie, are thinking of moving to Louisville to live. To Be Given Away. Wo understand that somo of our people attended tho prize fight near Wo now have a large petition on Our enterprising druggist J. W Georgetown one night last week. hand to secure us a voting poll and we will usk the County Court for lavle who carries the finest stock of Died At his residence in this vilIrngs, perfumeries, toilot articles, same. brushes, sponges, etc, is giving away lage, on Saturday, February 27, Mr. Euchre parties are all the go out a largo number of trial bottles of Dr. Anderson Turner Stedman, aged 76 .here; there is a game in full blast VTiles' celebrated Restorative Ner- years. Tho funeral services wore every night at the residence of some vine. Guarantees it to cure headache, conducted by Rev. E. S. Alderman, assisted by Revs. W. Eberheart and J. of the members. dizzinosrf, nervous prostration, tho ill effects of Hpirits, to- H. Burdin. will be a large sale of horse There etc. Sarah Jane. stock at the Hancock sale, on the 0th. bacco, coffee, seller Druggists say it is they over know, Jt will pay some one to got Trust, the greatest and is univorsally satisfactory. The STT-seper- s Xeiderkranz, &c. also guarantee Dr. Miles' Now Heait Watching tlie Hour-glas- s. M):. Q. L. Jackson, of Atlanta, Ga., Cure in all cases of nervous or organOia-rtaiizi who owns tho star route from Jett to ic heart disease, palpitation, pain in As a miser counts his gold, night and ZMillville, was in our town last Mon- side. ftc. Fine book on "Nervouo day, 4 day, but no one here would take the and Heart Disoase" free. So I count the minutes told in tho .route off his hands. glass; My eye is dim, my hair is thin and LrCCompte's Bottom. Noticing G. L. W's. letter in the gray, Times of March 1st, in regard to the And I know I'm growing old as they tobacco raiser and land owner. I Ernest Hieatt is visiting his father pass. think it would have boon better to Bagdad. When we approach "tho sere and have had a talk with tho tenants, at B. B. Granor went to the city the yellow leaf" of our days, wo are rather then examine the Auditor's &c. prono to look back regretfully A report, &c. Now the truth of the first of the week clear conscience and sound health whole matter is Q. L. W. is off his Joe base when he says the land owners BottomKavanaugh goes to Clemen's will lighten our gloomy reflections. twice a week now. Health is the greatest blessing Dr. sip the mint julep, &c, when really Discovery it is more often the case that the Mr. Barnet Harrod gave the boys Pierce's Golden Medical arrests the greatest medicine. It tho tenant does so. As for tho tenants and girls a Social Friday night. that havo been in this neighborhood, Mrs. Lydia LeCompte attended progress of lung and scrofulous dis-- ! eases, and cures consumption or none have been dissatisfied but church at Pleasant View Sunday. if taken in time. It is tho ' those who would not try to mako a king of liver invigorators and .good crop and honco good money. Rev. John Peters preached to a The land owner furnishes house, fire good congregation aD Flat Creek ing up and a powerful tonic, buildthe debilitated patient to perwood, horses and feed, and very Sunday. FORKS, often pasture for from two to six Mr. A. D. Calvert and Mrs. Luke fect health. Contains no alcohol. head of stock. I know tobacco Harrod, of Swallowfleld, visited their raisers who havo made money every sister, Mrs. R. O. Hieatt, here last Advertised Letters year raising tobacco on the half Frankfort, Ky. (Share. I know one who came here, week. who wa8,a thrifty hard worker. When Mibs Sallio O'Nan and Mr. Charlie ffl he came he had about 100 stayed Brawner. of Flat Creek, eloped last Below will bo found d list of advertised it A years in the neighborhood and left week and wore married in Madison, letters for the week ending Mnroh 5th with nearly 2,000 in hard cash; also Indiana. 1892: another who has or is going to buy a Armstrong, Sallio Holmes, Mrs. Our school, taught by Miss Hettie farm this spring and has raised only ria two crops in this vicinity: still Ohandlen, closed Tuesday. The ex- Botts, Mrs. Ben Hamilton, W. S. Ann .another man, who has a large family, orcises were interesting and reflected Bucknor, Charles Johnson, Dove bought a lot and built a nice house credit on the teacher and pupils. H. Jurdin, Miss Cora in Frankfort, after raising two crops .Miss Lizzie Kavanaugh, who at- Beverly, Brack of tobacco. I could keep on telling tended the marriage of Miss Laura Brown, Alex. B. Joslin, A. V. Johnson, Mrs. of tho prosperity of the tobacco Douthitt and' Mr. Hursly, near Lock- - Barnes, Enner Florence raiser who attends to business and Eort, the 21th of February, returned Biggerstaff, Pea Johnson, Wm. sees that his crops aro not nogleoted, tho last of the week. Buckner?MissNel-King- , Miss Lidio and does not atte;, d every county Ho Leach, Lewis court or go off ft.hing or hunting. A Safe Investment. Bessy, Miss Mallio Lovo, Mrs. S. G. All the good, A number one tobacco Is one which is guaranteed to Bailey, Miss Sallie Molding, Mrs. raisers that I have heard Bay anyAnno thing about it, say that with good bring you satisfactory results, or S. land they can mako more money in case of failure a return of pur- - Bedford, Thos. N. Peyton, ST. Page, Tiler Bush, Thomas raising tho burley on the half than chase price. On this safe Rogers, M. J. plan Cooper, Louis any other crop they havo over you can buy irom our advertised Campbell, John Roberts, M. tackled. Now as to those who come out in Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's Oroflord, Miss Robinson, Mrs. Maggie Mary aoDt at tno ona oi tno year, tney are New Discovery for Consumption. Oumons, Miss Ad- - Reed. Mrs. Rose those who do not make every edge die Roher, Willie It is guaranteed to bring relief in cut and who are to somo extont more extravagant than others and always every case, when used for any Chambers, Miss Stand, Miss Mary Mary ready'for a hunt, fish, picnioing or affection of Throat, Lungs or Cooper, Samuel J. Smith, Mrs. Chris- sy J. COST" SOTZEeiEIEiT, visiting their wife's people. such as Consumption. Olaybourne, Wro. - Stephens, Mrs. Wo will tell you more somo other Chest Ghisam, Mrs. Mat- Barbva Ann time why somo tobacco raisers Inflammation of Lungs, Brontie -1makes less than others and come out chitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Downing, Charley Stewart, Henry H Shannon, Jas. in debt. X i Sublett, Jacob Croup, etc.. etc. It is pleasant Deaton, J. T. Donohuo, Patrick Smith, Miss Nellie -- BaBEment af vTlie People's Preference. and agreebble to taste, perfectly Ebner, Mrs. Anna Todd, Sergt. Prank Hsttf.- safe, and can always be depended iiatton, ueorge u. They will fill this space with an entirely aew ""The pooplo of this vioinity insist upon. Trial bottles free at South Engrow, Mrs. W. Thurvo6d, W. M. Gartnoy, Miss Le- - Vaugn, Milton G. short time. on having Chamberlain's Cough Side Drug Store. nor Wheeler, O. A. Remedy and do not want any other," P. H. Carpenter. i Gallagher, Miss Williams, E. S. says John V. Bishop, of Portland Mary Williams, Mills, Indiana. Tho reason is because Mrs. M. BEATTY, G, Mary they havo found it superior to any Repairing of all kinds neatly and Giles, Miss Sarah by tho Kentucky Heloms, Finoy Watson, Shady other, especially for tho grip and tho gromptly executed Company. J- - Attorney at Law & Heal Estate Agt,, Harness Hill, Mrs. Merry E. cough which so often follows an atBEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. THE- tack of tho grip. 25 and 50 cent Violin For Sale I have a fine Whou calling for these lettors any adIN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE. PRACTICES bottles for sale by J. W. Gaylb, violin of Gorman mako which I will vertised. Powell, Clay and other counties Druggist. sell cheap. J. M. Saffe&i,, Sept. o Postmaster. Louis Harris. Taina in side. arm. shoulder, weal) und hungry spalls, oppression, swell ing of ankles, smothering and hearr dropsy. Dr. Miles' boolr on Heart nd Nervous disease, free. Tho un equaled New Heart Cure is sold nnc? euaranteod by J. W. Gaylo. also his Hestorativo Nervine for headache, Us, sprees. hot flashes, norvous chilli:, 4 spium habit, etc. M. kv K Bw & W M V M ML Jv jw m -- j l9IClBVaj I I CAIm.ll 1 k 1 .. IM11 & Wk 1 I w ,. I '" " e f 1 & IiII V D ?L v WBlH VI llBK i A l I M II ISail 1 K 11 I11 7 m .'; HP V MM n H 2 rmlfllll 1 WTW1VI H B bi .. h .. I1'. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. mm I ABSOLUTELY PURE fool-kille- rs sntfor wmm&m uPLJi-fe4-ftJJe We are "in th 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 in spection. Correct Prices'. I SPECIALTIES. sleep-lessncs- "oldirLgr Beds, 23afb3r Oarriagfes, Carpet Stretchers. CO azid. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, lung-scroful- a, oopwitfttel? GHH blood-purifier- s, at mi spp RAKES, SHOVELS and SPADES! The best qualily at same price as inferior goods are being sold. If so call upon Hardware Merchant 4 JACOB SWIGERT&CO., 3iv-A.I2jT Have Removed From the Bafzell Building TO 101 AND 102 KM STRE: h the Capital advctsecati H. HATTEEK 15-t- f. 2Q-4- t. A New State House. 25-t- f. At every session of tho General Assembly there is an immense Amount of buncombe on tho question of Capital removal, and the State Iobos many dollars by it a fact that has been conceded by common con- - Sale of Damaged Goods. Physioians' proscriptions have failed to roach many cases of rheumatism My entire stock of dry goods, known to havo boon subsequently notions, laces and embroiuorios, cured by Salvation Oil. That is tho slightly damaged by smoke, will bo reason why tho popular voice is practically unanimous in its favor. One closed out at cost for cash. bottle is usually sufilcient. Wm. O'Donnell. 25-t- f. Plitiinjlir; 334 MAIN STREET. t. W. J. CHINN, JR Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House. y. Jan. 30-- 1 Of- FRANKFORT, KY. L . ...t. L.4UjJ&A'kll HSiSBH'jKl '.VWWfTST Sam sr cJ ID. Tolmsoxi oiiEiNr tecej: -- , Co. 'At r Spring & Summer Novelty Dress Goods Thursday, March 10th. of Mrs. Martha Thompkins.-min- e JessaJournal. Hon. Ben Leo Hardin, of Harrods-burpMiss Florence Cromwell has reis in the city. turned from a. two weeks' visit to Mr. Chas. Helm, of Cincinnati, was friends in Lexington. in the city yesterday. Mrs. Rice, of Boyle county, is visitt, Mr. W. P. Hudson, jr., has returned ing her sister, Mrs. T. M. from a trip to the East. on Logan Btreet. Bliss Mary Harrison, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Newman left is visiting her neico, Mrs. Sam D. Friday for New Orleans. Mrs. Lee Herrman, of Cincinnati, is Johnson, on Steele street. Mr. Lyne Herndon, of Louisville, visiting Mrs. A. Harris. Mr. Gustave LaFontain loft Wednes- attended the hop at the Capital Hotel Thursday evening. day for a trip to Europe. Judge James T. Harbison, of Miss Minnie VanDerveer returned was the guest of Hon. R. K. Saturday from Louisville. Hart tho first of tho week. Mr. George Keith, of Maysville, Mr. Frank Davis, of Louisville, viswas in the city Thursday. ited Mr. Ellis Headloy, on tho South Judge M. C. Lisle, of Winchester, Side, the first of tho week. spent Thursday in this city. Miss Mollie Settles, of Hardin Miss Mollie Higgins, of Paris, is county, is visiting the family of Mr. the guest of Miss Mary Halyy L. C. Lane on the South Side. Mr. Henry Fitch, of Louisville,-visiteMiss Nellie Teasdale, of Cincinnati, relatives hero Thursday. who have been visiting Miss Sallie Hon. I. A. Spalding returned to his Holt, returned home yesterday. home in Morganfleld on Monday. Mrs. Sarah Ho wlings worth, of Miss Maggie Dudley is the guest of Lewisport, Hancock county, is visitMiss Laura Kearns, in Covington. ing Mr. S. T. Pence in Bellepoint. Judge W. M. Beckner, of WinMr. George D. Single, of Pueblo, chester, was in the city yesterday. Colorado, is visiting his father-in-laMiss Judith Drane visited relatives Mr. J. P. Woodson, near this city. in Louisville the first of the week. Misses Rose Crittenden and Katie Miss Sallie Theobald left Monday Green returned Tuesday afternoon for a visit to friends at Lexington. from a visit to friends in Lexington. Hon. H. B. Kinsolving, of Mt Mrs. Maria Campbell left Thursday Sterling, was in the city Thursday. for Covington, where she will make Mr. Joseph E. Scott is very ill at her future home with her sister, Mrs. his home near Woodlake, this county. Sarah McKee. Miss Annie Crutcher attended the Misses Flossie French and DesBie Patti concert in Louisville this week. Wingate, returned home Monday Mrs. James Rodman, jr., arrived after a short visit to Mrs. J. Wallace home on Saturday last from New Harper, near Midway. York. Mr. Lee J. Dudley.of Middlesborough, who has been visiting relatives in Miss Ruth Stanton attended the rePatti concert in Louisville Monday this city for the past two weeks, turned home yesterday. night. Mr. Fred Bagby and bride, nee) Mr. Harry Bush, of Louisville) have returned visited Mr. R. P. Pepper, jr., this Miss Mary Garrett, and are boarding at from the East, week. Mr. Wm. H. Newhall's, on the South Miss Maggie Clay, of Paris, as Side. visiting Miss Lutie Ware, on Clinton Miss Mary 0. Cromwell, of Fayetto street. county, who has been the guest of Miss Sadie Tanner returned Satur- Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis the past three to friends in Lex- weeks, left Saturday to visit Mrs. day from ington. Sue Sherley in Louisville. Mr. Nat. Suter, of Saline county, Mrs. H. Clay Hatchitt, Misses Missouri, is visiting friends in this Christine Reynolds, Lottie Starling county. and Maria Pepper and R. P. Pepper, Messrs O. L. Walcutt and Sara San- jr., attended the Patti concert jin ders were in Midway Saturday and Louisville Monday evening. f, Good-knighFlem-ingsbur- g, d sit tmp (J Personals. Prize Fight. ! & A prize fight took place about two o'clock Sunday morning in Penn's barn, near Georgetown between Tom Ward, of Cincinnati, who has been making his home in this city for a year past, and Otis Hester, of Covington. The mill was arranged by some sports in this city, who put up a purse of two hundred dollars one hundred and fifty dollars to the winner and fifty dollars to the loser in order to induce the two mon to hammer each other up. The party left this city about ten o'clock Saturday night, and it is said every vehicle in the livery stables here were brought into requisition to convey them to tho scene of tho fight. Twenty-on- e rounds are said to have been fought and Ward was declared tho winner, though both m m were badly used up skin-tiggloves vers used, and the fight was according to the Marquise of Queonsbury rules. Ward returned here after the fight, but has been keeping himself very shady since, and it is said has disaplEaZsis peared entirely. It is remarkable how so many people know all the particulars of the fight, and yet at tho same time everyone of them claim to have been in the city when the fight is said to have taken place. Hester, the fellow who got licked, made a vigorous kick when ho got nt 'k. 'isSirX . ' V. tv -,; - - i K (VicGLURE tlie and. BES selected, stools: of LIBG-EST H? ' home, as is shown by tho following Commonfrom the Covington wealth: Ottio Hester and his trainer both are loud and bitter in their complaints at tho alleged sports who were at the scientific contest between Hester and Ward at Georgetown. Hester, tho Covington boy, had Ward licked after the first round, when those who had put up a few dollars, pulled and poked their revolvers in the little Covineton lad's face, and threatened to let out his lights if he did not give in and lot ward win. Tho two boys had gone there expecting to meet gentlemen, but run into a gang that would not stand comparison with Bucktown rowdies or Millcreek toughs. Hester can knock tho life out of Ward, and tho Occidental Club of this city will put up 500 to that effect, but the fight must take place among sports and not ' sharks. Books, Stationery, Etc. Xn. DF'raaaJsfort- IMIaJse a, IbTote of it. f l "" , .,, p . ' ' l " , 1 '5- 4a? . it ', The Grippe Raging: Alabama. in If Sunday. Kates. Reduced Mr. W. R. Watson, of Jersey City, in New Jersey, is visiting relatives The Kentucky Midland will on the this city. 15th reduce the rates of fare to a Mrs. T. B. Newman returned Fri- basis of three cents a milo to all day from a visit to her mother in points on its line, which is the standLouisville. ard rate. This will reduce the rate Mrs. R S. Burnett and Miss Ruby from this city to Cincinnati, GeorgeMacklin returned Tuesday from town and Paris from ten to twenty cents. Louisville. MissStites Duvall is visiting the Oil, What a Cough. family of Maj. H. C. McDowell in Will you heed the warning; the Lexington. airrnnl nnrhfinn nf fchft Hiiro annroacll Mr. Peter Told, of Carrollton, is of that more terrible disease Convisiting his brother, Mr. J. H. Told, sumption? Ask yourself if you can afford, for the sake of saving 50c, to in thiB city. run tho risk and do nothing for it. Mr. J. b. Miller, of Owensboro, is We know from experience that euro your uuuga. visiting at Judgo W. L. Pence in amion's uure winThis explains why It never fails. Bellepoint. more than a Million Bottles wore It relieves Miss Mary Bruce, of Louisville, is sold tho past year. cough at croup once. and whooping Mothers, do not be without it. For on Main street. lame back, side or chest use .Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W Messrs. Henry Goin and Harry Gayle. 37 Hastings, of Shelbyville, wero in the the "La grippe is raging here, and I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be a certain cure for it." says W. G. Johns, of Trimble, Cullman Co., Ala. Mr. Johns ordered a supply of tho Remedy to be shipped by express as quickly as possible. Thero is no question but this Remedy is of great value in the treatment of tho grip especially on account of its counterDamaged Goods. acting any tendency of the disease Sale of towards pneumonia. It is also a My entire stock of dry goods, prompt and certain cure for the cough which usually follows an at- notions, laces and embroideries, tack of tho gi'ip. 25 and 50 cent bot- slightly damaged by smoke, will bo tles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Drug- closed out at OBt for cash. gist. 26-4- t. 25-t- f. i noes & soh. Wm. O'Donnell. Death of Mr. Crumbaugh. On FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. The beautiful designs of our new spring stock of children's . city yestorday. Mrs. Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Wm. Rodman, in Louisville. Mr. Peter Dury, of Louisville, spent Monday and Tuesday in this city visiting friends. Mr. Frank Montgomery and sister, Mrs. Belle Hogan, of Frankfort, wero here Sunday and Monday, tho guests another page of this paper appears a notice of Mr. John Crum baugh falling into tho fire and burning himself, and since that form went to presB Mr,. Crumbaugh has passed FOR THE LUNGS. away. Ho died from his injuries family remedy for Ilns been yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, aged C0U0U3, u COLDS, CONSUMPTION, "LA- - 'Are bound to please you, and the PRICES were never 83 years. Mr. Crumbaugh waB born GRIPPE," SOKE THROAT, HOARSENESS, PNEUMONIA, CATARRH. INFLUENZA, ACUTE so LOW. ASTHMA, in Fayette county, but has been a AND CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, resident of this city for over sixty IN THESIDE AND SPITTING OF BLOOD, and an discuses oi wio years. He raised a large family of children to man and womanhood and Throat, Chest and Lungs all of thom exoept one, Mr. Henry Crumbaugh, of Shelby county, have Leadlns to preceded him to tho tomb. The aged Burned. Residence no opium, Many new and pretty things, in DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM partner of the joys and sorrows of morphine, noruny deleterious contains It soothes drug. all the woods most fashion- Tho residence of Mr. 0. S. Walcutt, his long life still survives him, and to and heals tho Membrane of the Lungs, Inllamed and poisoned by disease, and prevents night ble are daily being placed about two miles from this city, on tho her go out tho hearts of our citizens sweats and tightness across the chest. It Is pleasant to the taste. Be sure and ask for DR. on our floors. turnpike, together with in deepest sympathy. Louisville WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take no other. contents, was destroyed by fire For sale by its about 12 o'clock on Thursday night. 'Oh speak, ye ghosts of the dead, IKogpers 8G Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. and say what killed you?" Tho anTho fire was occasioned by tho PRICE 25C, 50C.,S1.00. swer came, borne on tho fierce east of a lamp. wind:, "Cold! coldl cold!" Then lot DR. WM. HALL GO.. NEW YORK. m Opp. Court-housOct. us be thankful that sinco then, wo May2-ljr- . Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. have Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Hall's Balsam CARRIAGES , never-fallin- g v ' FURNITURE. ox-plosi- K. Son. e. 24-C- MMfMararea i JiW, it. '.W..J.f. fW!7i'Wf1 M SPRING HATS! fw" Srixig Woolens. Hwmwyp ? iwwm V1rw vrr-iryfyf?- V fc. 3 t$ ' IJB 'iff SPRING Imported Br f sumd Domestic' Qg GT G-ood- s. y 1 Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. t have you look ar them. :Woull be pleased HUDSON, HUMPHRIES Tlio Jctts Bible Heading Society. report made to the Jotts Pible Reading Society by Mr. L. A. Trumbo on the 7th of February, 1892, gives an ac count of good work accomplished by 4i few Christian people begun in a small way in a country village, where there are no other regular religious .services held. Since tho report was made tho membership has increased Tho following Bw iT & 4?& r3 . W' rw P"1 ? rsaa issxa H I m miiwui ft I i I I t. 8 E I 1 1 i J 1M Pl HSJ 1! ft It m & or their tenants paid the ex- viduality of character. Her appense of scraping up and carting the pearance at tho Opera House next Mr. 8 B. Woodward, of Saratoga, Saturday evening, March 15th, will who sold Ethan Allen, Jr., to Mr. W. dirt away, now tho city attends to tho bo under the most favorable circum- T. Withers several years ago, says, whole business. A first-rat- e move, Btancos, tho most important of "Twonty-sove- n years' experience in gentlemen of the Council, and it is to which is hor complete restoration to using Quinn's Ointment has fully bo hoped the streets will bo kopt in health. Hor performances aro demonstrated that it is tho most rebetter condition than they have been brighter, quicker and more powerful liable remedy I know of. I reoom-mon- d than over before. for some time. it to all horsemen. On the occasion of this visit Miss from 163 to 175. morning. rri The Society was organized Sunday We understand that many of the GAYLE. mid LEC0MPTK& IrAYLK CO.. JNbvombor 4th, 1888, atJetts Ky., by BRSCHT nnd Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for EXCELLENT "kuPjI KJNilAjt frW V Jan. J. II. Shaw, O. 3M. Furr, G. H. Jett, J. little ones have turned their nickles sample. FLAVOR. CREAM COLOR. W. Orutchor, R. J. Fogg, A. D. Jett, over and over again until they have W. G. Hearn, W. W. Jett, jr., P. Per-ha- made quite a large sum. J. D. Quinn, 0. M. Shaw, and J. Reception. J. Taylor. usurpasscd for cutting. Magnificently fringed. Pound as a ball. Easy to raise. Trice pr pkt 10c Our first meeting was hold in tho SUiloli's Consumption Miss Sallie Holt received hor friends "White School-housCure.' but on January 5 8 7th, 1889, we changed to the private This is beyond question the most Thursday evening from to o'clock office of Mr. Shaw. We hold our successful Cough Medicine wo have in elegant style, in honor of Misses regular meetings here until April, ever sold, a few doses invariably Toasdale and Miller, of Cincinnati. 3BLDEO-A.1VIVDETT 1891, when we moved into oUr present euro the worst cases of Cough, house. This house was purchased Croup and Bronchitis, while its won- Henry Saxton's orchestra rendered Giren Free, if desired, urith above. VICK'S PI.OKAI. GUIDE 1803. which contains several from Mr. H. P. Mason, at a coat of derful success in the cure of Con- some beautiful music. Every guest if muiii, uuu earn inr rmrnpn.. i f nearly tour hundred dollars and upon sumption is without a parallel in the present received a souvenir and a receipt oi auarcss ana. lO cents, which may bev. iifri livnr All imt'W nillVHiriHI. million Al deducted from first ordPr which we have made a payment of History oi medicine, blnce its llrst beautiful bunch of violets. Supper s of the amount. The house discovery on a seats over one hundred people, but guarantee, it has been sold other was served during the entire evening. a test at present we have only purchased 72 medicine can stand. which nohave a This reception was one of the most If you chairs, which are both neat looking cough we earnestly ask you to try it. elaborate that has been given here Jan. .and comfortable. Price 10c, 50c. and $1. If your lungs during the season. we have been reading 3 chest or back lame, years, 3 months and 3 days, having are Bore, Porous Plaster. Sold by use Chamberlain's Cougli Shiloh's J. A CHILD KILLED. HOW'S Tills! lead tho Bible through in this time W. Gayle. Remedy. 37 f. (by reading one chapter each day). Another ehild killed by the use of We offer One Hundred Dollars- - Reopiates given in the form of Soothing Of the 12 members of Nov. 4th, ward for any case of Catarrh that y. i. jjavis. Editor Of Why mothers give their 1888, only 5 have read tho Bible Piping tlie Water to can not be cured by taking Hall's liioomueia, iowa, raraier, says: The Svrnn. such deadlvnoisonis suroris- "i children through with us, while 9 others joined Town. Catarrh Cure. can recommend Cham borlain's Cough later, have brought the number up to P. J. Oheney&Co., Props., Toledo, O. Remedy to all sufferers with colds iiik, wnen &ney can relieve cne cnua of its peculiar troubles by using Dr. 14, as tho ones who have read the We, the undersigned, have known Mr. John T Buckley has the con- F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and and croup. I have usod it in my Acker's Baby Soother. ItcontauiBno Bible through. We have the followfor ing names of those who read: J. R. tract for piping the sulphur beliove him perfectly honorable in familyfoundtho past two yeais and op, urn or morphine. Scld by it tho best I evor used for J. W. Gayle, Druggist. Shaw, Jdtts: 0. M. Furr, Frankfort; water from the Murray well to the all business transactions, and finan- have the purposes for which it is intended. O. H. Jett, R. J. Fogg, 0. M. Shaw, L. cially able to carry out any obliga- 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. A. Trumbo, Jetts; Mrs. Sallie Shaw, bath house Mr. Jas. A. Murray tions made by tho Arm Frankfort: Miss Mariam Jett, Mrs. will erect on the corner of Broadway West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, W. Gayle, Druggist. Mill Property All'iiblio Sale. Emma Goin, Mes. Sallie Jett, Miss and Wilkinson streets, and on yes.ii Toledo, Ohio Pearl Edwards, Miss Ermina Jett, terday put down eight hundred feet Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, WholeThe Hop. Miss Bessie Jett, and Miss Myrtle sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. W SFTTLE of casing pipe in the well to shut off Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interJett, Jetts. Ky. The Assembly Ball Club gave their TN0RDRR70publes le on PARTNE'ISU'I Uth, 1 ftllloHe-u- t aatur.lny. April Beginning with the 12 members on tho surface water, and to which the nally, acting directly upon the blood last hop Thursday night, and the at- lb3i, the holler Mllw. It h.is fuil roller process, cNo burrs forKrliirtliiK wheat ami com, Nov. 4th, 1888, we had on Jan. 1st, pipes to bring the water into tho city ana mucous surfaces oi tho system. capiclty of 80 or 40 birrelsper dnr. tendance was very small. Tho hops mid hasu In 1889, 35 members; Jan. 1st, 1890, 87 Price, 7oc. per bottle. Sold by all havo Is located tue heart ota upl uilld uhe.it t; been discontinued until after members, an increase of 52; Jan 1st, will he attached. Since tho pipes druggists. ciiimto nml has a custom nlik-- will Keep 1891, 130 members, an increase of 43; have been put down the water which Lent, and the next one will take place It running steady ull the year round.SITTER, PARKER A Jan. lBt, 1892, 159 members, an in- comes from the well has risen in Senator Stewart married. April 14th. El'iivtUe. Franknn Co., Ky. crease of 29; Feb, 7th, 1892, 108 mem- - temperature until it 'is nearly milk Mar. oers, an increase oi 4. Darby's Prophylactic I find of these 163 members Ken- warm, whereas heretofore it has Dr. A. H. Stewart, Senator from tucky has 164; Texas, 2:Louisana, 1; bopn very cold. Floyd county, and Miss Laura Ilar-giWill Use itin every sick-rooOhio, 1; New York, 1; Mississippi, 1; of Richmond, were married at 1; Illinois, 1; Virginia, 1. Indiana, tho homo of the bride in Richmond, keep the atmosphere pure and i Street Cleaners. Of tho 154 in Kentucky, Jetts has dollars' worth frank- on Thursday. Senator Stewart and wholesome;removing all bad odors U ne thousandBiiuk stock nt a bari.Inj to D5; Frankfort, 15: Millville, 11? Verfort National from imr source settle an estate. Cull on or address. 10; Ducker, 8; Louisville, 5; sailles, Under the now arrangement bo- - bride came to this city yesterday L.P. HULETTE. Yarnollton,2; Lexington, 2; Polsgrove f.nrriAn Will destroy all Disease Germs, evening and will remain during tho Feb. Ky. V41 VII VVtt I11U rfilftr and the work-hous- e landing, 1; Faywood, 1; Middles-borougof tho Legislature, after infection from all Fevers and ail 1; Mt Sterling, 1; Maysvillo, hnonnr r.hn nHannfirH mnflnri in thnf. session 1; Switzer, 1. institution aro now used in cleaning which thoy will make their homo at contagious diseases. Of tho 163 members 70 are males up the streets, whioh is a much bet- Prestonsburg. The eminent physician, J. Mari- FLOOR HILL FORSALE. and 87 females, with one death to reon Sims, of New York, says: "I tor arrangement than the old way. cord. Clara Morris. am convinced that Proi. Darby's 'nllEF. &L U. FLOORING MILL AT PEAK'S The object of this society is to Under the old law tho property hold-er- s ue offered 1 Mill, Franklin county, promote tho study of the Bible, and is a most valu Public &ulP. at the mill door, will Saturday, Aprilr were roquirod to clean up the on Tho supremacy of Clara Morris in Prophylactic Fluid the duties of each member is to road stroets in front of thoir property, and the lino of what is generally 'M,IW The mill has the Improved roller pro21 termed able disinfectant cess machinery, nearly new. and a capacity of 60 at least ono chapter in tho Bible each when barrels every tweut) four hours, the City Marshal notified them tho emotional drama is acknowlany day. The society is not run by Feb. edged by all. There are phases in ISuckleii's Arnica Salve. ono church, as we have four different to do so those who felt inclined obey- tho enactment of a drama calling for denominations and lots of members ed the order and those who did not tho display of intense feeling The bestsalve in the world foi that who do not belong to any. Are we paid no attention to it. The result of no other living actress can portray Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt doing any good? Oomo and see, and you will bo ablo to answer tho ques- - it was that about half of a street was with the power and hteralnoss of Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Clara Morris. tion with oaso. cleaned while tho balance of it was Amerenn artistsRanking first among Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns in originality of inloft untouched. Heretofore the tellect, she is sdcond to nono in indiEruptions, and posiall first Sunday in March, 1892, at which time a report of the trading was to be made, one-haof the fund raised to be used for the benefit of the Lees-tow- n Mission School and the other half to go to the evangelical fund of tho Presbyterian Church in the State. Somo eighty odd teachers and scholars came forward and recieved a nickle each, and tho report of how much has been made by the transactions will be read just before the sermon at the First Presbyterian Church lf rJMPILF llMmfi'-JSp core i'iiiimiITi A Guarantee J Cure for Piles or whatever kind or degree External, Internnl, Wind or Diverting ItcliIiiK, Chro dc. iiccHiit or eredltary. This Remedy has positively nev-- r been known to fall. Sl.OOn box, 6 boxes, for $5.i0; sent by mull pre A written Guarantee paid on receipt or price. positively given to e icli purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at ono time, to return fie $5 00 paid It not cured. Guarantee issued by J W Drilit-glsts 16-l- XfSaX JAPANESE A NOVELTY OF STERLING SE:RiT. rigfG&$3 jx jw- yvu.wv - PRICE PER PACKET,' 16 CENTS: wKfrjnh i rrfa?mvW KICK'S E&RIL.H.XIT' 3PO!PTY. VIOEC'sii T e, CHARMER ,- 3P0EA..' S ROSES.TK , mm. -- two-third- JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, N?Y. To-nig- a. I , 26-4- t. -- grou-ln- m t 1-- 5. s, FOR SALE. 27-l- h, T l t. Uen-on- , " 27-- it sl Etliau Allen, jr. prop-holde- rs Skin and tively 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 SouthSide drug store, P. H. Carpenter. 5-- iy iVrliOi nu 23 rvi r v Oii!U r!." ro.- y wi-rsN- f 'i V i Trading on Nickles. On tho Mr. ffl S. first of September,! 1801, 0. Bull, Superintendent of tho Sunday-sohool, proposed to furnish each teacher and .scholar in tho sohool with a brand nownicklo if they would agree to take them and trade upon them until tho Tirst Presbyterian Morris will bo soon in Renoo Do WE CAN AND DO New York seed potatoes at J. Moray, a play peculiarly adapted for Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, Heeney's, tho South Sido grocer. a display of those qualities whioh for it has been fully demonstrated to have earned for her the title of ''Tho tho people Lowest prices and best stock. is groat expositor of the emotions." superior to of this country that it for all other preparations Miss Morris travols in hor own olood diseases. It is a positive oure for special car and is surrounded by one For Rent My house in South of tho most efficient companies over svphilitio poisoning, ItUlcers, Eruppurifies tho tions and J?lniplos. Frankort, seven rooms and kitchen. assembled together. wholo system and thoroughly builds All in good ropair. Possession given ip uieiconBtituuon. about Maroh 20. 0 J. W. UAYLB. DrUCClSt. 20-Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Guy Barrett. 20-2- t. tt CENFRoFaiKJlcjlDJi; MATTER NOTHINO ISSOMOCH A has, or OF TASTE but fmlilou course, something to say about It. We are prepared to appeal to every possible preference, whether It runs In tho direction of the seerely plain or the elaborately ornamental. 1 Is astonishing, however, what exquisite little productloni- - can, for a moderate sum, be placed at your disposal. If you care to look at some choice specimens of the Jeweler's art, wo shall be happy to show you as pretty u display as eer grutllted the eye. Tou will be especially pleased with my lino of watches, clocks, Jewelry, 4c. Mar. y. w W. L. COPPERSMITH. 214 St. Clair street. Bgii yPT.TTWf'WWW'VVfW',',:f w, f 4 ItiT corps wns placed on board by the Masonic fraternity and turned over to a committee appointed by both foMared at the posUMlce at Frankfort, Xeatuckr, Houses of tho Legislature, who acas second-clamailable matter. companied them to Jackson. At JEO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Pnblislier. Lexington they were mot by a com- mitteo from Jackson, composed of tho following gentlemen: FRANKFORT, MAR. 5, 1892. Judge S. H. Patrick, of tho Common Pleas Court; Judge J. W. Lin-doHon. Q. W. Sewell and Editor J. J. Dickery, of tho Jackson Hustler. DEAD FHAMFORT ROUNDABOUT, u Grand Havana. Excursion to n, jIFFICIALS. Bt' w. k 11 V w ' &1- - 1 recommend itas superior to any prescription .?.VrSiomch Diarrhoea. Eructation, Mr. Hugh R. Ayros, formerly of Kills Worms, elves Bleep, and promotes di known to mo." 21. X. Ancnxx, H. D., restion. this city, and Miss Eflle Ayres, m., on Saturday, the 12th, spend tho Ill Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Without injurious medication. daughter of Mr. T. Burgo Ayres, of day in Tampa, and at 10 o'clock at ' is years 2 And Senator Hargis Dies Hillsboro, Ohio, will be marriod on night take the Steamer Olivette for its"meritsuse of ' Castoria thatbo unirersal work yourFor several' and shallhave recommendedo and The ' Castoria, always continue it seems a bo well known Wednesday next, tho 9th inst., at the Koy West, where they arrive at 4 Suddenly Sunday so as it has invariably produced bcneflcla of supererogation to endorse it Few are the . intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results." homo of tho bride's parents. They o'clock p. m on tho 13th, and after Morning:. within easy reach." EDWlHJf. Pirdsb. M. 2., will reside in Louisville, where the spending several hours there will Carlos Hasttk , 2). D., Tho Winthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. New York City. Late Pastor Bloomlncdalo Reformed Church. Presiding Judge Van B. Young, of groom is a member ol the engi- proceed to Havana, where they will arrive at sunrise Monday morning. the Superior Court, died at five min- neer corps of tho L. & N. Railroad. Tho tickets returning will be good Tms Ckotaur Cootamy, 77 Mubbat Strbbt, New York. utes to seven o'clock Saturday evenGrows. How until May 31, 1892, thus giving the ing, at his home on Shelby street, aged fifty-si- x years. About two The size of tho purse for which tourists an opportunity to remain as Cuba, and to months ago he was attacked with tho Ward and Hester fought Sunday long as they desiro-istop off at tho different points of inFeb. grippe and was confined to bed for as tho news of tho morning several weeks, and although not fight getsincreases papers at a dis- terest in Florida returning. into tho The round trip rate lor this grand fully recovered from the attack he ANNOUNCEMENT. tance from tho scene of tho mill. It excursion will bo in the neighborhood resumed his position upon the bench was first stated that the sum was of 75. This will includo railway For Circuit Clerk. and continued to discharge his offi50 to fare, steamship passage, 150 to the winner and 200 including cial duties until two weeks ago, when losing man. It was next said to meals and berths. Reduced rates nNKTeiMm,toh0.rIze(I V?, enounce WALTER his physical condition became such the 200 be a side, then 300 and finally have been secured at all hotels. J act,on of tho D6'W'it!& that he was compelled to take his 600. Party. It may go on up as it Mr. J. Kemp Ridgely, accompanied bed and never left it afterwards. In,,....-- . We urn tn ............ gets further away. , ,ii.Yr. ynrtn 7. .. nntlinri.? ,i" A '"'""""'. iu,uas by a Spanish interpreter, will accomflammation of the stomach and .. Tim : "i,.vu.iui.y,ru Clerk county, subject to the Democratlc nf uruiKpany tho party. primary bowels, combined with uremic cieuuun, jiiircn iy, lBua. Jan. Exchange Shells. Call at Louisville & Nashville poison, proved too much for his enTicket Office, in this city, forfull parSlierifT. feeble system to resist, and his atMr. L. O. Lane, of this city, several ticulars. tending physician gave up hope after days ogo received a proposition wYKKnKi3vrli1,th?,o1Z0(1 t0 "ijnounce JAMES M. the first few days of his illness. a candidate for Sheriff or from the Smithsonian Institute to Franklin county, subject to the nctioii of th New Kridjre. The The funeral took place Monday exchango Democmticprlnuiry, March 19 1892. shells for his Jan.mto. afternoon ac 2 o'clock, from his late collection of fossil shells. Mr. Lane Upon tho recommendation of the y vwniirof",thSrlze(,toannouncoJAS, (J residence, nie services Doing con- accepted, and will OJ?CE Exsoo-Wnto Tor Sheriff of Kni i Win couny ship his committees appointed by tho City ducted by Rev. W. G. Neville, of the Council and County Court, those Both the method and results when ty, subject to tho aniont0of the Democratic imrtr entire cabinet of fossil shells and IteS.,ito?'e,eCt,0n be hcI Southern Presbyterian Church, as to Washington. Mr. Lane bodies have determined to advertise Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleusunt by Rev. H. G. Henderson, of corals sisted takes creat delight in tho study of for sealed proposals for tho erection and refreshing to the iastc, and acts qTnvnn.Utl,0r,Z.to n'UOUIlCO It. I). ARM- a Idate for Sheriff of Franklin the Methodist Church. to the nctlon having curious of a new iron bridge upon the site gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, county, subjectSaturday, Marchof the lsoi convention of Tho Judges of tho Court of Appeals Geology, and farmers lbtli, of tho present St. Clair street bridgej Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sysand Superior Court were tho hono- stones or shells on their farms will do in order to ascertain the probable tem effectually, dispels colds, head- n.A.n.re.iniUlU0.r,ze?.t0 announce A. G.JEFFERS' liSrlldi nkllii rary and the following gentlemen well to show thom to him. cost of tho same, so that bonds to aches and fevers and euros habitual' Mil IMo Democratic primary election. were the active Hon. cover tho amount may be issued, constipation. Syrup of Figs is the For Five Years. John W. Headley, Secretary of placed upon the market and the only remedy of its kind over pleasing to the taste and acState. Hon. "W. J. Hendrick. Attormoney raised at onco to erect the ney General, Judge Thos. H. Hines, Labert N. Goldsmith, who killed new bringe during the coming sum- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in this its action and truly beneficial in its A SMALL Judge W. H. Sneed, Capt. Thos. G. Roberc T. Skillman, formerly of sum- mer. DISTILLERY, HOW city, at Columbus, Indiana, last effects, prepared only from, tho most n. in operation, for salo cheap. Only $1,000. Poore, E. W. Hines, Geo. F. Berry A rare bargain. Apply to It is proposed to build a bridge of healthy and agreeable substances, its mer, was tried last week in that city, M. T. MITCHELL, and Lewis D. Craig. Juu.23-tf- . the jury returning a verdict Sunday three spans, the center, or channel, many excellent qualities commend it Frankfort, Ky. Judge Young, in early life, read law span to be not le83 than one hundred to all and have made it tho most night, after being out thirty-fou- r with tho lato Judge Thos. B. Monroe, of guilty of manslaughter and and fifty feet long, the shore spans to popular remedy known. in this city, and located at Owings-vill- e hours, Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c fixed the penalty at five years' im- be a gradual ascent from tho abutfor the practice of hiB profes- prisonment in the penitentiary. The ments until they reach the channel and SI bottles by all leading drug- THERE WAS STOLEN FROM MY POCKETS sion. He represented Bath county x on ine of Mnnrfnv. Any reliable druggist who February 1,streets four Frankfort .iin eleliteen: verdict was afterwards set aside by span, so chat the approaches to tho gists. ltf)2. hundred und in tho Legislature of 1861-'and the judge upon the ground money and a fine sold open case watch dollars In that one bridge will not have to be raised any may not have it on hand will pro- una chain. Iwillpaytheabovo reward for afterwards removed to Mt. Sterling tho of the jurors who was taken sick, was more than possible. It is thought cure it promptly for any one who urrcsi uuu conviction or the truer. to reside. A year ago last August he wishes to try it Do not accept any A. J. SHOWALTER. part of the evidence that the approaches can be built with Feb. was elected Judge of the Superior discharged after had been heard, and the case tried by an ascending grade of one inch to substitute. Court, after a hard fight for the only eleven jurors. the foot, which would not require CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Democratic nomination, two convenSAN FRANCISCO, CAL, them to run out into St. Clair and LOUlSVIUe. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. tions being require before a choice could be made between him and J. A Better Position Ottered Bridge streets but a little more than "CARM OF I. G. MARKSBURY, ONE MILE Her. one hundred feet. I from Bagdad. Ky., containing 120 acres, well ' Wome Harry Brant, of Paris and L. D. Improved ami nil In grass, will be sold at a Robertson, of Maysville. If you would protect yourself bargain, lor terms and other information call Miss Adelaid Little's World, JAS. ANDREW KHOTT. He leaves a widow, formerly Miss the High SchoolSchroeder, teacher of from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, ". Dec. Department of tho Bell, of Lexington, and an adopted Suppressed or Irregular MenPublic School in this city, has been Which has been one of tho foremost son to mourn his loss. struation you must use elected a teacher in the Louisville of America's standard attractions for As the salary at- over fifteen years, will bo seen at the Normal School. Hon. John S. Hargis, Senator from tached to tho position is much Opera House on Monday, March ej, Senatorial district, larger than she receives hero, the 7th,and present indications point to the thirty-fourt- h died at 5 o'clock Sunday morning in duties less onerous, and she will be the engagement being one of the u-iFrankfort, Ky. his room at the residence of S. B. at home all the time, Miss Schroeder most successful of the season. Tho Triplett, after an illness rjf only one very naturally wishes to accept the height of stage realism is reached, day, aged 72 years. Ho was in his position and has tendered her resig- especially in the great wreck scene, OAnTERSTILI.K, April 28, usual good health on Friday, when nation to the School Board. At the when the steamship is seen to break This will certify that two members 18S6. of my he accompanied the General Assem- meeting on Tuesday evening tho up and founder at sea, leaving its immediate family, after having Buffered for rears irom flienniruni irrcsuiariiy, IBM. bly to Lexington, and it is thought Board declined to accept same, helpless passengers adrift on a slight being treated vntuout benont by physicians, 1872, were at length completely curedby one bottle he ate something at the banquet and are endeavoring to make raft on the ocean. Tho raft scene is, of Ilradrteid l'cmalo Itcgulator. its that at the A. & M. College in that city an arrangement with the Louisville if anything, even more startling than effect is truly wonderful. J. W. SritAMOK. TMMENSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN-- 1 which produced cholera morbus and School Board by which Miss the former scene, showing tho .sur Book to " WOMAN " mailed FREE, which contains . valuable information on all female dlaeatet . till tre, small fruits, shrubs, vines and plants. caused his death. Ho returned to Schroeder can be induced to remain vivors of the wreck helpless at sea, BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, OA. :f:r,:eg:es XjOT7s7". this city Friday evening and Satur- hero until June, and still not lose tho j finally culminating in their rescue by a passing ship. Every piece of FOR BJ.US BX AXiIt BXUGQIBTg. day morning was in his seat in the fine position offered her. We have no ngents nnd our profits cease nhero tbslrs begin. General and strawberry catalogues scenery used in tho many scenes is Senate but was taken ill and returned on application to j0 JhT & O iVz to his room. Dr. J. P. Huff, Senator The Bible Society Meet uurrieu oy une company, anu wo can H. F. HILLEN1IEYER. Feb. Lexington. Ky. iiig. from Fleming, was summoned to confidently expect one of tho best attend him, who prescribed for, and sconic and dramatic treats of the gave him temporary relief, but about Owing to the inclement weather season. THE NEW WEBSTER 9 o'clock that night he grow rapidly the annual meeting of tho Franklin County Bible Society, at tho Southern Resigned Her Position. worse and Dr. Huff was again sumto-d- JUDGE YOUNG PASSES AWAY SATURDAY EVENING, Will Wccl in Ohio. & N., in Louisville, at 3:24 p. m., on Thursday, the 10th, tho party will arrive at Tampa, Florida, at 7:45 a. On tho 10th of this month a limited excursion will loavo Louisville over tho L. &N. Railroad for Havana, Cuba. The excursion will bo under tho personal supervision of Mr. J. H. Milliken, District Passenger Agent of tho L. & N. and Mr. J. Kemp Ridgely, Passengor Agent of the Florida Central & Peninsular R. R. Leaving the Union Station of tho L. MflaaftiN rKMMwa3 for 'CnstorU Infants i3jwVgB5JJJJJJJjgjgpjys, and Children. OastorU cures Colic, Constipation, is bo well adapted to children that It n 13-l- &6nPefriRc u--. of For salt-wat- er to-da- pall-bearer- s: produced, FOR SALE. SOUR-MAS- $100 EEVUKD. 2, f. Farm for gale. 25-3- i Advici to ftolD't. B. Xj-a.-tt--y. Franklm - BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN. ! 20-S- moned. The remedy he prescribed did not check the disease, and after a night of intense suffering the Senator passed away at the hour above stated. Senator Hargis was born in Scott county, Virginia, but had spent tho Breathitt county. mostof his life-iHe was a member of tho Legislature in 1848 and has been a leader-ipolitical matters in his section for years. He leaves a widow and several grown children. The remains were taken to his homo in Jackson for interment MonIn removing tho day morning. remains from the Parks Hotel to the a procession L. & N. Station was formed, composed of Hiram Lodge, No. 4, of Masons, of this city, who had immediate charge of the body, the deceased being a member of the order, followed by tho officers and members of the General Assembly. Upon tho arrival of the train tho n Presbyterian Church Sunday evening, was not very largely attended. Rev. Dr. Hemphill, of Louisville, delivered a very line address upon the Bible, after which Rev. Dr. Savage, Agent of tho American Bible Society, made a report of the work accomplished during tho past year. The following officers were then elected for the ensuing year: Dr. E. E. Hume, President; All tho resident Pastors of the city and county, Vice Presidents; J. N. Crutohor, Secretary; R. K. McOlure, Treasurer and Depositary; H. G. Mattern, R. Rogers, Grant Green, S. T. Fortune, S. O. Bull and W. H. Posey Executive Committee. Tho collections taken up at tho morning service in all tho Churches in tho oity which aro members of tho Society, yielded a better return than usual. Miss Julia R. Todd, one of the most efficient teachers in the Public School, has tendered her resignation, to take effect on the 16th. Miss Todd has been connected with tho school longer than any other teacher and has filled tho positon' faithfully and well. After tho death of Prof. Brow-de- r she was made Superintendent and had charge of tho school for several months. Sho resigns for tho purpose of making her homo with her mother in Louisville. Dk. E. C. West's Nurveanu Bkain Treatment, n guaranteed specific for Hjsterla, Dizziness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use of iilcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness. Mental De- presion,Huueningor tne nrain resulting in Insanity and lending to misery, dec ly und doath. Premature Old Age. Barreiiess, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntury Losses und Spermatorrhoea caused by of tlio brain, or Hich box contains one month's treatment. I,00 u box. or six boxen for $5 00, sent by mat! prepaid on receipt of price. self-abue. 1 WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY m SUCCESSOR OF T11U UNATIKIDGED. A und WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. Going: to Covington. Tho Capital Tobacco Manufactur- send the purchaser our written guarantee to re- iuuu me money u ine treatment does not eliect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE & GAYLK CO., und J. W. GAYLE, Frankfort, Ky. To euro any case. With each order received by in for six boxes, accompanied with $5:ii0. we will INVESTMENT GRANDFamily ami School. for ovtery Itefft Irom Cover to Cover. ing Company have sold their plant to a company of Cincinnati capitalists, who have removed ifc to Covington. Mr. J. L. Johnson, who has been Superintendent of tho factory hero, will removed to Covington and continue to hold the same position with Children Cry .for Pitcher's cSrtorla: tho new company. $500 Reward! We will pay tho above reward for any case of j.iver uomninini, uyspepsin, hick neada:lio, in digestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannol cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strlctlr comnlled with, tiihv nr purely Vegetable, and never fall to give satisfac tion, sugar Coat e,d, Large boxes, containing 80 zocenm. innvar,oi counterieiiH und imitations. The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN 0. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, ic-lILL. For sale by alldruagls , of revision occupied over ten yeui'M, more I luin ii hundred ndltora being; employed, nnd over QiJOO.OOO expended before fir t copy vn s printed. Tho work COLD Pamphlet sent ieo by tho publishers. CAUTION is necked fix pureliaxlng a dictionary, us photographta reprints of mi obsolete and compuratlvely worthlers edition of Webster nro bolng marketed under various names and often by misrepresentation. GET THE BEST, The International, willed bears Imprint of O. St O. MKKUIAM Ss CO.. l'ublliheri; SpriiigllelU, DIubs.i U. H. A. Feb, C-- DY ALC BOOKSELLERS. ixiii, tAXkbkii JJUaxLiAlilAfi ; m jikt' iaE33ElfTHMMflM iPIEWwsjrumr TNWfWv fTrfff5(jr "t "''WV.JBflir''" VOTE? & 5 1 ;.M We begin the new year with a more complete line of goods than ever before. TT1 lfw1 TIZZ) Buggies, ? v'l Phaetons, 892 A full HAND-MADE line of HARNESS, All prices. WAGON HARNESS, PLOW Surrys and) Road Carts in many styles. GEAR, nn (I variety of SADDLES. Messts. Mas tin Bros.: IS M Of and repairs for same. Cultivators, &c. O S every description In all sizes. "7i7" X Z 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 handGentlemen: ling plow we have ever used. No one will make a mistake in buying Very respectfully, it. Harrows, Seed' Sowers, Corn -- Planters, ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS, W. J. & W. II . LEWIS, A . W. MACK LIN, WM. JONES, J. C. & It. W. NOEL, SIDNEY BEDFORD, B0WEN& IIOLTON, JOHN GODDARD. ED WILEY, What we advertise you will find we keep. it to your interest to call and see us. And we are sure that we can make JESk, . I Ml .M 'M . VV u )' m 1 .' w ( S-'- r, y v 4,1 4 m a H (; I i'N V f i tf m ('U 8 a 4 '.Mi i HiJ VI us ffl R," II STXLA UPWARD counterfeit money; that Rigg3 was ffRANKFOUT KOUiNDABOli employed to scatter the money after JAY-EYESEE-Wm it was made, and that Ike Wilhoit Ed. Bryan Talces His Way. and Simpson were interested in the Mil. J. I. Case, (Hickory Grove Fnrni, homo y Mr. Edward P. Bryan, for many FRANKFOK'l . MAR. 6, 1802. Kaclne, Wis., fci'.ya: "Autrtivi,) of proceeds. He says S. 0. Wilhoit con w"'ery known remedy, I removed n lu:pc bur.th correspondence in his years agent of the L. & N. Railroad years standing, from n a ycer eld Lilly, JI 01 two ducted the wltu three applications of 5 (Rudder's) name and mado him do in this city, was appointed SuperinThe lirencl Oiseasc. the purchasing of all the material, tendent of Terminals of tho Road for what last summer, with headquarters at a Scarlet fever, in a mild form, has paying him a regular salary Louisville, and in this way was Itlsthobcstprcpnrntlonlhavoevcrufied" 01 lici.rU. a n of. 1 heartily recommend It to all Ilors.; men. made its appearance in this city. Wo he did. The two Wilhoits and Riggs wore brought into closer connection with We have hundreds 0 such lcslttnonlc:.i. have heard of three cases so far, and Deputy U. S the chief officials of the road, and is to be hoped that.it will not arrested Saturday by it Si.50 pc vtiottlc. Aslcyourdrussistforlt. in-k Price.not l;tt'p)t,ionUu3'23c.staiupdcrEtlvor,fcrtrIaUtr. and lodged in as a consequence they were not slow 213132333 does spread among the littlo ones of the Marshal Con. McCarty wasconfined to to discover what a valuable man they SwiDl'IGftW lVwtii' u. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. f$$?4$l rQRjgTRAn MAitrc. A jail here, but Simpson city. have in hiin, and ho was speedily bed and could not bo moved. promoted. He has been appointed Cartl IParty. Scooped Tlie Old Man. Superintendent of Terminal FaciliMrs. Ed. Hensloy and daughter, ties of tho L & N. atEaHt St. Louis, Miss Lottie Case, a young lady 22 Illinois, and at St. Louis, Missouri, Mrs. Colahan, entertained their lady friends at their home on Ann street. years of ago, sued Jeff Bryant, a vid a position of much more importance, 5 to 8 ower aged 60, for breach of promise and of course carries with it a better Saturday afternoon were won by in the Bourbon Circuit Court, claim- salary. The prizes o'clock. Mrs. Wm. Saffell and Mrs. D. M. ing 10,000 . damages. The case Go on up, old man, until the top is waB tried last week and tho jury gave reached, and when ever you get a McIIenry. . .i her four thousand. The old man is new step remember that the friends sin. On the here at your old home are as glad Seriously Burned. uglier than home-mad- e of gave the following it aB you are. -witness stand he AND DEALER IN- Mr. John Orumbaugh, one of the account of how he"pppped" the quesoldest residents of the city, fell into tion: "We were riding along the the fire at his home on Holmes street pike in a buggy and I said, Lottie, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Saturday, from weakness, and was would you marry if you had a good PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Only a Rumor, severely burned. Owing to hiB ex- chance?" and she looked up and said: JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK treme ago it is feared that ho will GUARANTEED. "how would would." I then 'Isuit you," and shosaid, "first-rate,- " It is rumored that tho L. & N. has never be well again. said J purchased the Kentucky Midland, Opposite State House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. an early date, and I Baid "all right." Not very po- and will, at through Bourbon begin Wlieu Your Liver and building it etic, but very business like. Bath counties, and on through the Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. Catalogue free. Write to to Pound Gap. Is torpid and sluggish, you cannot Household mountainsbelieved that the It is not Dr. Kale's deal has generally do business successfully. Everything BmiiUSIRAIIOl! BUSINESS COLLEEE, Cougla Cure been consummated, but there seems goes wrong. You don't feel well. to be little doubt that negotiations LOUISVILLE, KY. Get your liver in good working order by using Dr. Halo's Household Tea, Is a purely vegatable remedy prepar- are pending. Winchester San a permedicinal the great blood purifier and nerve ed from rare for coughs, plants,hoarseThere "seems" to be considerable colds, tonic. It has no equal as a health re- fect remedy voice, whooping cough, doubt, in the minds of the officials of Carpenter's ness, loss of FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- storer. For sale at 2 bronchitis, the first stages of con- the Midland at least, about 'negotiaSouth Side Drug Store. the tions ponding," as they know nothing sumption, allays all soreness of lungs and chest, and gives porfect at all about the matter. Only a ruDcatli of JHIrs. Nicol. satisfaction. It is the greatest mediide-a-XjEks iost cine of the age to strengthen the mor, nothing more. Mrs. Mary Nicol, widow of the late lung tissue. 25 and 60c. per bottle, at on the Carpenter's South Side Drug store. It. H. Nicol, died at The pleasant effect and perfect Hardware, Wall Paper and Becoratior;s,Lime, Plaster, L. & N. Railroad, one mile west of safoty with which ladies may use tho Oil: nd Paiati, Bsrm .roD,-M- , Cpjnent, Belting, hii the city, Tuesday morning. She had Will Electric LIglit. California liquid laxative Syrup of in been an invalid for many years. The B1123 c5s, 5cs.. o ttLox. Shtct. aaad. Slxells. Cooxs, 'Figs, under all conditions, makes it funeral took place Wednesday afterMr. Jerome Woitzel has ordered, their favorite remedy. To got the noon and tho burial was private. ALSO A FULL LIKBW and will put up in a short time, an true and genuine article, look for tho Capital Ho- name of the California Fig Syrup Co., electric light plant at the Tlie Mikado. tel for the purpose of 'generating printed near tho bottom of the pack-ag- Sewer and Fhw ' 22 light for tho house. The wires are Pipe, and Rock Graham will repeat now being strung and incandescent Prof. Wayland in this city abouj. burners put up all over the house. the opera "Mikado" Fit Your Eyes Witli Salt. TPJSffSffCT'WWIIWWWUPyslBWIi Glasses. tho first of June, with a strong cast This will be a great improvement, and chorus of sixty voices. as a beautiful .light will bo obtained XW XSD LEWIS STREET Dr. Goldstein, one of the most exwere begun last Tuesday, and there will be no danger of any rrL'JKFORT KENTEGKI. perienced opticians in the State, ia one will take place next ofthoguest8 of tho hotel being asand another Tuesday night at his hall, on Madison phyxiated by the miserable gas which stopping at tho Hotel Kenyon, and will bo in the city for ten days for the street. is now being supplied to consumers. purpose of supplying our citizens, a are An Important Difference. Judge Young's Successor. who classin need of glasses, with to article. He fits glasses first Gov. Brown, on Wednesday, ap- any eyes and guarantees satisfaction. To make it apparent to thousands, m themselves ill, that they pointed J. Harry Brent, lisq., of Call and seo him at tho Kenyon, or who think are not affected with any disease, but Paris, as Judge of tho Superior leave your address and he will call at that tho system simply needs cleans" Court to fill the vacancy occasioned your residence. I ing, is to bring comfort homo to their by the death of Judge Van B. Young. as a costive condition is easily Judge Brent was a candidate for tho Beware of Ointments for hearts, NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, Catarrlt that Contain cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manu- nomination before tho Democratic Mercury, factured by the California Fig Syrup convention at Lexington which t. named Judge Young for the position, As mercury will surely destroy Co. and made a stubborn and prolonged the sense of smell and completely derange tho whole system A Counterfeiter Confesses. fight for it. TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. when entering it through tho mucous The best of all ways should never surfaces. Such articles Thos. J. Rudder, tho man arrested To logthen our days, bo used except on proscriptions from TELEPHONE 1050.B1NG2. at Midway last weok, charged with Is to use Pierce's Purgative Pellets, reputable physicians, as tho damage Slrl Counterfeiting, and brought to jail in to tho good they will do is ton fold s of the diseases of you can possibly dorivo from them. For this city, has made a full confession the body begin with constipation or Hall's Catarrh Cure,manufacturodby to Commissioner Ghinn, in which he tho clogging up of tho sluice-wayF. J. Ohenoy & Co., Toledo. O., conimplicates S. O. Wilhoit and son, Ike throucrh which the imuuritios of tho tains no mercury, and is takon in- Wilhoit, Merrltt Simpson and H. E. blood escape, so that they are reab- tornally, and acts directly upon the Lot (or Sale. Riggs, all of Midway, as associated sorbed into tho system. Tho Purga- blood and mucous surfaces of the tive Pellets act gently but thoroughly system. In buying Hall's Catarrh with him. upon tho stomach and livor, and aro Cure bo you got tho genuine. It Rudder claims that ho was an em- tho best laxativo known. Without is takenBure intornally, and mado in WILL UK A MEETING OF THE mllK HOUSE AND LOT OF MRS. M. T. RUN-ploye and tool of S. 0. Wilhoit, who racking and straining tho organs, Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. jun, 011 Ann street, is offered forstilo at a .Stockholders of tho Vo tk's Mill Turnpike Co , Lot 70 by 200 feet, with Court Huu.se in Kninkfort. Monthly, March brick employed him to make molds for they opon tho bowels and restore ad BSJTSold by Druggist, prico lb per tit tha 1892, to 14th, elect directors for tho coming house of ten rooms upon it. digestion. Unequal-e1. tho house natural, healthy constipation, bilious- bottle. For terms imply to yr.ir. Dj order of him; that Wilhoit rented In dyspepsia, JOS. StVIGERT, 2. W. GREGORY. ho lived In and used tho back part of ness, piles, or any of tho resulting Children-Cr101 Ann Street. Kruiiiient. for Pitcher's Castoria. Feb. Feb. t as a shop in which to cast tho diseases. e) txskt 33ZEm.4C eS9 'tt 7 'A MI m f V (XtfM i.K ,.. J EDWARD UASSEN fs-o- PI2iLCTICA.L -- Plumber, GassuSteam Fitter 3as Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Giosets, wwmm -- IM C. E. COLLINS W & BRO., her-hom- e Int ta, il o. 1 Re-hears- 43-1- Plantsjulbs. Seeds, Metal Designs. J, THOMPSON, 26-4- Louisville,' is:E3nsrx"crois:"sr. Rose Buds a Specialty, nine-tenth- floral Designs. s, Turnpike Notice. d L bar-t;,i- ln two-htor- y it 23-3- t. FypmnvrTWf, 6 DSB w r' f ' I y l jTy' JOHN r; V. ISReady for Spring Trade in the most complete - T- - BUCKILiEjir is Eeady for Spring Trade with a large line of m' w M i fill fill KH; China Store Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns I am closing out. No trouble to show Tn Book Stoves & Ranges. Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double goods. JN. T. BUCKLEY. SI elisions (We would be greatly obliged lo the ministers .nd olficer.s ot cliurchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement? whicV they may wish thick Tinware, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, and a complete line of House Furnishing Goods too large to mention. Take the elevator and examine my second floor.. Tin roofing, guttering and job work solicited. JOEGT T. BUCKLEY. i SSHiwBHfflfc FlIiBiifflSLiS lilHBBSfeliSSniyi 91 SIRhBO: i IB ' If m J jnnii Hw7!uu",fUnn5RSlH art IS f) made.l The 11 a. at usual services m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. McOlusky Blayney, D. D., the pas- First Presbyterian Church tor. Lee Oraiff, of Hencjerson, will occupy the pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 7:30 p. m., also this evening at 7:30 Episcopal Church Rev. R. E. o'clock. All are invited. L ; Rev. W. O.Taylor, the pastor.'Night subject: ''Young Men and Their Temptations." Baptist Church l 9:30 in the chapel. Public worship 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.f conducted Sunday-schoo- at at by I'. R' 'J Catholic Church The usual services at the Church of the Good have will be con- members bf the cast much evidently Shepherd care, for been chosen with ducted by Rev. Father "W. E. Qorey, flrnrn is nnf, n nnt.innnhln wfln.Tr nhar- acter in it. The chorus numbers' the pastor. sang at 8 a. m., second mass about thirty voices, and they very First mass the many sparkling melodies jat 10:30 a. m, and vespors at 3 p. m. tunefully and with a commendable lack of dragging. The costumes are ' and very handsome, especially 'Christian Church Rev. George rich Japanese dresses, and the stage the at 11 setting is both appropriate and "Darsie will preach subject: ''A elaborate. Its final scene, with its and 7:30 as usual. Night scores of colored incandescent lights, Convenient Season " Japanese lanterns, banners, etc , is Young People's Society of Christian one of tho prettiest ever seen. Endeavor will hold their weekly prayat er meeting in the Lecture-room- , 7 , role Mr." Graham has ample opportunity of displaying that ability which has placed him in the front He rank of operatic comedians. convulsed the audience time and again, and was particularly successful with his topical song, "You Caun't Do It, You Know." Mr. Joseph Mealey, tho original Teddy, is as humorous as ever, and came in for a good sharo of tho applause. The "Dolphin Stop" has been imitated to a sickening extent, but one must see Mr. Mealey conduct "My Lord" through this simple movement in order to thoroughly appreciate it. Mr. Robert Dunbar, as Alvin Barry, was very well He hasagoodstagepresence, possesses a strong, pure voice and is m every respect a very superior operatic singer. He fairly won his share of the encores. As Lord Dolphin, Mr. J. F. McGovorn has very little to do besides exclaiming "Oh, ahl" looking foolishly English and executing the Dolphin step. He does all three well. Mabella Baker wonderfully vivacious and was "kittenish," and, as Miss Hurricane, she scored a great success last night. Laura Millard, as Violet, is a charming prima donna with a magnificent voice, and received encore after encore for singing of "Love Comes Like a Summer Sigh." The other d. set ol harness which needs repairing take itto the Kentucky Buggy and Harness Company on o:HtBrondway. All work promptly executed 15-t- f. If you have a buggy, carriage or . I. KELLEY, "BLUB GRASS ROUTE,' OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the ShorteMund Ouickest ruutef roti Kentucky Central Railway CKNT11AL aiifi.N'irUCK'V TO ALL POINTS PHOE2Sr3:2S HICTEiX., IN LEXINGTON, KV., NORTH. EAST. WEST. HID SOUTHWEST. ' K. ( l t A , Saturday, March 5, 1892 Saturday, March 26, 1892. HEMORRHOIDS W FASTUNE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND (Piles) cured without surgical r iteration an d with llttio or no pain. REFERENCES . W. McKee Hurdle. Frankfort. Ky. CINCINNATI. NOV. 15T1I. 1891. riClHOL'Iii: IN EFFLCT OOUlti J. cormant, &-J&- S, - p.m. Outside Help. prize-flghtin- They come into Scott county from G 9.1.1111 g outside to do their U Chun That's the peculiar plan all Dr. 7 47um G. Neville, the pastor, will and to kidnap offensive editors. Rev. W. 35am Pierce's medicines are sold on, through Georgetown Times. 9 25.UI1 mornoccupy the pulpit druggists. 9 t5am What about coming in and hanging 10 llain ing at 11 o'clock and 7:30 p. m., as your murderers for you also? 0 11 OKiin usual. Communion of the Lord's C. AJlXK.V, Jltsx Aiifftistu. JJlulue. 11 15.iiu . LveBerea.. . Dec 12 lOnn Supper at tho morning service. PreArrltlchmond.. 1241pm Lve Hlclnnohd . paratory services will bo held this af- ' "Here's to tho maiden of bashful 05 in 12 41pm fifteen. Arr Winchester G 56uin 85pm ternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Lve Winchester 7 10am 1 55pm And here's to the1 widow of forty!" Arr Paris .... 7 45am 227pm afternoon at 7:30 Mr. They have each reached a period Lve Lexington 7 IMum 2 00pm 3 45pm Seville will preach to the children. in life when most females need assisArr Paris. . . . 7B3iim 2 il7pm 4 25pm SPAVIN CUREfM tance in tiding them oyer the shoals Lve Cynthianu. 8 21am 3 (17pm 4 48pm All tho children of the city are in- which so ofton completely wreck Lve Falmouth.. 923din 4 01pm GUOpm Arr Covington. lODlnin G 35pm 637pm vited. their after lives. In producing regu45pm Arr Cincinnati. 11 fJO.mi 545pm larity and healthy action of the feMAYSVILLL BRANCH male organs, Dr. Pierce's METnomsT Church The Second Prescription stands withoutFavorite a peer. No. 10, No. 13 ConQuarterly Meeting for this Daily, Daily, At a time when nature gives them inEx. Sun. Ex, Sun and creased burdens, so many young girls ference year, will be held Tho Most Successful Jtemcdy cverdlscor Lve. Cincinnati . 2 55pm Rev. H. P. Walker, D. have their health for life shattered. a 02 p in lto circcts and docs not Lve. Covington . cred, aa It Is Lexington, will preach this If you wish your daughter to miss blister. Read certain in : 'D., of 7 00 U m 5 '.opm Lve. Lexington . proof below those periodical, agonizing backaches 7 55 li Lve. P.iris. . . Gl5pm morning at 11 o'clock and and dizzy headaches, languid and 8 19um 088pm Arr. Miliernourg 8 41) am 7 00pm Carlisle. . . feelings, accompanied with Kendall's Spavin Cure. at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. tired morning Arr. 9 34 a in 7 64 p m Arr. Johnson . . heavy skin Sunday-schoconvenesat0:30a. m. rough, pimply bottleanda dull,Pierce's 10 10 am 8110 pm Arr. Maysville, . eyes, get her a of Dr. SiicnwooD, Hd., May 2, '90. No. 9, No, ii. Kendall Co.: Tho Epworth League will meet in Favorito Prescription. If you have Dn. D. J. About thrto yonrs nfco I wroto to you OTJIOES flouts Daily. Daily, I used about nhorso I owned who the class room at 6:45 o'clock pa m. reached tho later period of danger six bottles ol your UondaH'Hhad a SpaUn. and It Ex. Sun Ex. Sun bpavlu Cure, and weaknes, you will need a bottle, mods a complete Cure. liuvo recommended it to LOSS OF APPETITE, Mr. Henderson extends a cordial Lve. Maysville . 6 20 in 1 50 p m others who have used it wit lltn succour. too. See wrapper on bottle for printMas. ANNIE E. Kuuumob. 5 57 a in 227 pin Invitation to tho members of tho ed guarantee. Satisfaction given in Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Lve. Johnson . ,., Lve. Carlisle. 6 50 a in 820pm General Assembly to attend theso every case or money returned. Lve.Millersburg 7 15 am 3 45pm Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, 7 40 am 410pm Arr. Paris. . . . cervices. Headache, Nervous Pros8 28am 700pm Arr. Lexington, . Southern Presbyterian Church the verses wrong. Said ho : "I wrote, 'To dwell forever in a grot of peace,' and you idiots put it 'a pot of grease.'" The mortified editor presented him with a vial of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, a year's subscription and an apology. The little "Pellets" positively euro sick and nervous headache, biliousness, costlveness, and all derangements of the stomach, bowels aud liver. It's a largo contract, hut the smallest things in the Dr. Pierce's world do the business Pleasant Pellets. They're tho smallest, but tho most effective. They go to work in tho right way. They cleanso and renovate tho liver, stomach and bowels thoroughly but they do it mildly and gently. You feel the good they do but you don't feel them doing it. They're tho cheapest pill you can buy, because they're guaranteed to givo 6atifactlon, or your money is returned. You only pay for the good you get. recently, rushed into and threatened to "clean out" tho establishment, because they printed his A MAD POET a newspaper office David Sloore, Benson, Ky. Wlthrow, rr.mkfoit, Ky. Ml. KELLEY'S office and resilience Is nt 269 West Eighth street. Cincinnati. itndwhcre he may he foinU everyday if each week except SATURDAYS, x'ampi lets describing these diseases and the. modo of treatment sent free to any one W. I. KEI.I.EY. M. D., by undressing 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FBEE. J. T. Stiiten, Frankfort. Ky. V. Bcrberlcli, Frankfort, Ky. lU'v. L. 1'. llulett. Ben8in. Ky. A. H. McClure, Frankfort, TCy. kV J. liiuhes. Frankfoit, Ky. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. lloui.u no. 5, No. 3, An 1, ACCOM. Laii Lulii. Kx tun. Lull) Kvpiess ii.stjllie bun, t-- x Jin. M. Le Cincinnati. " Falmoutn Lvev-ovingt- P a 0 luain oUOlm b), III l UJl.ll! Cynthian., linaaiii Arr raria . , , illtiUII " " ti'iO.nii ituin bucui II J 2 5 jpn, ii VZlHL Lexington . . 4 ifeim, 6 bUUJL li lUpltl 11 UOlJln JJAIMU I ' lLi)ll, r r Wtnclieste r Ho Winchester Arr Richmond Lve Richmond A Lve Paris U 2oiim U Willi GlCpm bbOpili 7 fa Lvo HeriM . , . 124U1HH 1 DilHll 1 .SJIHll UOplll uopm r. !ESE6filTfil HHRiv. "le HHBVVbfl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBUfllWaaatSBWaA m birtn't, trlidom Ilirt you written yt? If you Intelligent ambition iugpeit j. iriite I 'promts you my '"rsv9.it H tptclal, persona! attention. I un. Jertako to briefly tetch iny flirty ntelllfrent person if either iex. who write, anil wliu, after initruction, will work Indue. tnd csn read and XtaaaaaaaaaaHLIL U J&lJiil Lve LlvlllKSton Lve London . . 4 lupin Arr Corbln. . . 4oiUi Lve Corbln. . . DUJm Lve Barb'rvlllo, o bpin Lve l'lnevllle. . l) 41pm 7 3Jtmi LveAliddlesb'li, ArrCum'b (Jap 7 5o)iu Lve Corbln.'. 7 4 60pm Lve WllllaWg. 0 15pm Arr Jullicu... . 0 20pm Lve Richmond 1 fiUpni Lve Liincaster.. 4 15pm ArrLiviticton t m I'M iwa B i'-- ArrStunfoni. . 6 2Upm " ! you can earn that amount. I charge nothing tnd recelra nothsucing cessful, at abort). Nothing difficult to learn, or that raqblraa much lime. I desire but one person from eaeb district or county. I have already taught and prowded with employment a Urge number who are making orer'lhreej thousand Dollars a Tear, each. All Is new, solid, sure. Full particulars ft-eAfter you know all, If you -ny, no Harm la done. Auarets, .ciuoe 10 go no turinrr, Wzm , i'-tOy. ifcl trloualr, bow to earn Three ThJU-aat- id Doll- -, a s rear In the!) ova localities, where- erer tney lire, i will also furnish the situation or employment, as "I m M K North Bouud , Dally No. G, Lx Sun No. i Dally Dully. Ex bun, Express No. 2. whleh nnlett Lve Wlliiu'bb.; Arr Cor. In.. . LveCum'bUuD. Lve llldillesb'u Lve I'liievllltv . Lvo Ilurb'rvllle. Arr Coibln.. . . Lve Corbln. . . Lvo London . . Arr Lavintmon Lve Llvlngsion. " Lancaster Arr Richmond. LveJellk'o. . Lve Stanford 7 03uni 7 OlKllll 10 laaiu n?i JlA k w P to' h 45uill 8 dU.uu j 3J.ini w E fa i n 5 K3 G 1 w to-da- y Fil 1 threo-yoarol- d G tt. M V North-boun- d. ol IONIC tration, Neuralgia, Pal- 111 South-Boun- m Si , 11 Marriage License. potatoes go to For Jas. Heeney, corner of Second and Shelby streets. He keeps the best Tho County Clerk issued marriage stock and his prices are tho lowest. license to Dennis O'Nan and Eva Warren, of the Sand Ripple neigh. borhood, Thursday afternoon. Tycoon. Tlie Little Now York seed 20-2- t. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Linden, Warren Co., Va., Juno 23, 1889. Br. B. J. Kendall Co.: Dear Sirs I must say that I once tried a bottlo of your Kendall's Spavin Cure on a coll, and It entirely removed a bono spiivlu and I did not use an tho bottle In removing It. Tho horso Is six or seven years old. very sound, and has done hard work all of tho time. . Kinobton Salubtot. Bespectf ully yours, pitation of the Heart, Loss of Energy, Weakness of Back, Feelings of Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc. Hiid fttirgenuH Arr. Covington Arr. Cincinnati . . 10 51 11 00 am am G 45 p m- - H7pm "The Little Tycoon." with the following strong cast, will be seen at the Opera House, Tuesday, March 8th: 3en. Knickerbocker R. K. Gralmm. Joseph Mealry. Robert Dunbar. GtoT II, Broderlck. . . J. F. McGovern. Tlie Old Original Remedy Kendall's Spavin Leads. "Mi-orobi- ," Cure. 21, 1889. Sick people should not be deceived Teddy by pretenders who talk about Alvin Barry "germs," "bacoilli," &o., to Iluius Ready Lord Dolphin preventCharles K. Graham. sell their preparations, thus Montgomery Captain J. Mulhol und. ing people from buying tho original Lauru Mllland. tested medicine, "Radam's Microbe Violet' .Mabella Baker. Killer" is what you need. It is now, Miss Hurricane Violet's school friend . Name Cerbl, Dolly Dimple, and or years has been, making R. E. Graham, tho original Knick- more cures than all other remedies erbocker, was simply infiriitable, says combined. Read their advertisement In this in this paper. Don't be deceived. tho Baltimore American". as. Columbia, Ala., July Dn. B. J. Kendall Co. : Oonts I have effectually removed one case of none apnvinwiin your uerniaii Dpuvinuure. I cheerfully recommend It to ull. It. O. Ktaanr. iiespccuuiiy, or lr bottles for 43. Alldrug. gists liavo cau get it for you, or It will be sent to any address on receipt of prlco by the proprietor. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., , years by eminent physician ton to Cincinnati. No.l Runs dally tu the United HtateM, and pro4 Runs dally (rom all stations except the No. nounced by them the beat TONIU extant Division, which Is dally It cures where all others fall. Try it and. be Rowland Dally except Sunday. except Sunday. No. 6 vonvlneed, Aslc your Druggist for It. In une for 2-- C. P . ATMORE. S. R . KNOTT, Trafllo Malinger. fien. Pass. Agt. General Ofllces, Louisville, Ky, S. F. B. MORSE, Asst. Gen'l Fuss. Ag't. Ofllce, Chamberof Commerce Bldg., Cincinnati, O. No. 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday, No. 2 Runs dully except Sunday from Lexing- WA lis1' m 1 $ , PRICE," $1.00 PER BOTTIiE. J. ED RAY No 5. runs dully except Sunday between Cincinnati and Lexington. No. 10 Parln and Lexington Accommodation dally, Leaves Lexington 10,00 u. m. Arrives Paris lOHBu. m. No. 7 Falmouth & CO., Manfs. and Proprs., Prlcot por bottle, lor PAHI, W. ICY. Sole 3. AVERILL,, . Agent, Aug. My, Enosburgh Falls, Vermont ,Tunel3-ly- Frankfort, Ky. Accommodation. Leaves Cincinnati 5.1S p. in Arrives Falmouth 7:06 p. m., dally except Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 0,a. m. Arrlyes Cincinnati 7.65 u. in,, dally except Sunday. Nos.lund make connections at WlnchDster for points on tho N.N, AM.V.Ry., E. D. No. 1Carrles through curs from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all Intermediate stations and runs dally, '1 VF '; f. ' 7 Wed- . Foi Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesdav. SPECIAL - DKIYE. For Monday, Tuesday and nesday. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. We will offer our stock of Gold, Gold Filled and Silver Watches, at greatly reduced prices. These are ail new goods, and will be offered at bargain prices and must be seen to be appreciated. 0 $20 Gold Filled For Miles' lit mJLSmlmm, mm IIS. d -- , hmJ Mnb HHHRaJ nu3s2:,OI,T,, - hht "Tup """"'i ttmmmmam mJmm W rnr"i m A $15 Gold Filled Watch izrsr RgfCFOJl flMT For $10. Nerve and Liver Iills. Act on a now principle regulating tho liver, stomach and bowels though 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. 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. 45-l- Council Proceedings. The council met Thursday evening in adjourned session. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Councilman Mastin said that as the L. & N. railroad otlicials were not cognizant of tho fact that the matter in relation to water plugs at tho tiecome up for consideration, Eot would that the matter be postmoved poned until the noxtmeoting. Adopt- ed. Bridge-keepe- The following communication from r Glore was received and read: gratifying reHults. Mr. Henry Perkins, 29 Union Park, Boston, writes: From the use of the "Loveretlo" Obesity Pills my weight has been reproduced ten pounds in throe wooks and my general health is very much improved. Tho principles of your treatment are fully indirect. dorsed by any family physician. In Sec. 2. Thisordinance to take effect proof of my gratitude I herewith from and after its passage. give you permission to use my name March 1. 1892. if you desire to do so. The council then adjourned to meet Price 2.00 per package, or three again next Tuesday night- packages for 5.00 by registered mail. All orders supplied direct from our house one month; for less time than ono month the time shall be prorated at the rate of 10 per month- And in addition to the requirements of said ordinance No. 39, said work-hous- e keeper shall, on the last day of each month, make out and present to the Oity Clerk a statement of all the expenses incurred during the month on account of tho work-housthe name of each person to whom money is due, for what, and to what amount; which statement shall be examined by the work-hous- e committee, and, if approved by said committee, shall be certified by them to the Board of Councilmen for its approval. And said work-hous- o keeper shall, during the hours Btated in ordinance No. 39, keep said work-hous- e force employed, in just such manner and upon such work as the street committee may o, How to get Tliin. Tho only safe and leliable treatment for obesity, (superflous fat) is the "Loveretto" Obesity Pills, which gradually reduced tho weight and measurement. No injury or inconno' Cl jtfUfcD HoTB HEWni&. by absorption. This cure is founded upon tho most scientific principles, and has been used by one of tho most ominent Physicians of Europe in his private practice for five years, with the most venienceLeaves wrinkles acts U RES Jh UUtNafflMTIMK AS rllS CELEBRATED "fH BKH USS.B WITH REMEDY SUCCESS FOR LDS MR THE IRST 20 YEARS. SAU EVERYWHERE ,0NSUMrri0NBgS2"nfr WM. CROMWELL. . Dr. Hale's Household Oint- To to resign the position that tho city' and county's generosity nave selected me to occupy. My condition is poor, indeed, but it cannot be made any worse by retiring, when it is known that the olty's aid to her worthy poor roaches nearly the limit allowed for the carotind keeping of a piece of property valued at 20,000. With respect. I am your obedient There is nothing more essential servant. eye the way to pro-ouJohn T. Glokb. than it, ifsight, and aid is necessary, artificial Referred to bridge committee to is to use tho best glasses or specta' reriort at next meeting. ' Dr. Goldstein, the Louiscles Tho election of a counoilman from ville mdo. optician, who is universally the third ward to fill out tho unexpir- known in our city and State, and who ed term of John Tobin, resigned, has adapted glasses to tho majority of being in order Dr. J. S. Oollins our best citizens, nas nis oince at tne was nominated, elected and accepted Hotel Kenyon, and those parties havthe ollice. ing weak or defective eyes, should F. E. Lewis, who keeps a the Dr. during his stay and on the Leestown road, was granted consult required assistance. Will be got the emission to retain his licenso in a in Frankfort ton days. 26. E ouse further down the road. An amendment to the work-hous- e ordinance was passed and a work- Republican Convention. house keeper elected at a salary of Tho Republicans of Franklin counThe keeper will bo 80 per month. 10 per month for boarding ty are requested to assemble in allowed in tho at the Oourt-Hous- e prisoners, and will also reoievo hire for his horses and carts. Mr. B. F. city of Frankfort at 1 o'clock on MonMorrison, the present lessee, was day, March 7th, for the purpose oi appointing delegates to the District elected. The following is the ordinance in Convention, which meets in Lexington, and tho State Convention at full! An ordinance amending ordinance Louisville. E. M. Drane, No. 39 of the printed ordinances, Chairman Republican County Qom- ""' entitled Work-housre ed by the county and city as keeper of the bridge a little more than two years ago, at a salary of thirty dollars per d of which was paid month, s by the by the county, and city, tho city clerk issued me the city's warrant for 10 for the last month's services. At this reduction, the county will reduce her portion of said salary, to 3.33J, additional, making a total salary lor each month's services at 13 33J. The action of the city was taken without any action or consultation, I am informed, with tho county's agent. It is a matter that affects me alone, inasmuch as it is impossible for me to live at a salary of Q13.33J per month. 1 cannot feed my family u'nou such an income, and I am forced one-thirtwo-thirdto-da- y March Is tho finest remedy in the world. the Board of Councilmen of the It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures City of Frankfort: Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Gentlemen: Haviner boon select- Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum 1. 1892. J Prankfokt, Ky., ) ment in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions aro cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's South Side drug store. 5-- ly pupil child thus reported, provided tho said court shall bo satisfied that the said services had been faithfully and efficiently performed according ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W to law." ahd- Will the Court of Claims of FrankRJBAL JSSIATJB AGENT. lin county say that it is satisfied that PBACTICE IN THK COTJBT8 0 the County Superintendent has faithFranklin and the fully and efficiently performed his will also give special adjoining counties, and the purchase services according to law, with these and sale of real estate, attention to tints, elalrat, office. collection of and the legotlatton of loans. The Leverette Specific Co., 339 facts before it, and tho power to sum1nriX-1mon witnesses to corroborate the Washington street, Boston, Mass. same? We wish it understood that this is not a personal matter, but was written as a protest against a public offV5?Sgiiy icer failing to do his duty. Wo voted for the present County V 'll bIl JLiMlttJillllaiw Baby was sick, wo gaxe her Castorla. When Superintendent, believing, as he had When she was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. been a teacher, that ho would underWhen sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla. stand and appreciate more fully tho When she had Children, sho gave them Castorla. needs of the county districts than MILL6 one who had never had experience in MILES -Jv r schools. A. Patron. T!W7l)VT3fcjaL.V3iiLims7J v 25-l- wiim pr 'iilO tsS WM'LY'HI C:5"-ifc?T"r53?iIiF- LWli. o mMsMi immi.ijmtw ,;kjLji. Let us Kavc More Light. bar-roo- m mass-conventi- on e. t I Be' itrordaincd by the Board of Councilmen of the City of Frankfort: That ordinance No. 39 of the printed ordinances bo and the same is hereby amended by adding thereto That the salary the following, keeper, elected of tho work-hous- e under said ordinance No. 39, to which this is an amendment, bo and the same is hereby fixed at 900 per annum, payablo monthly, out of any money in tho treasury not otherwise appropriated. And that hereafter all and all supplies for Bald work-housprovisions for tho maintenance of keeper and hi3 famisaid work-hous- e ly and all prisoners committed to aro to be furnished said work-housat tho expense of tho work-hous- e10 per keeper, who flhall bo allowed month board for each prisoner conproviding fined in the work-houssaid prisoner remains in said work to-wi- t: mittee. King's Royal Germeteur. the medicine of tho century, Its phonominal success as a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wonder of tho Based upon tho medicine world. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unlquo, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its uso. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nervo Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt tho most reliable germ destroyer in existence, and to tho extent that tho germ theory Is correct, King's Royal is the remedy. It is no accident but is the result of fifteen years Btudy of medical genius. For y and Company. I have knowledge of the fact that The shortest nnd Quickest. the County Superintendent has re. Agent. peatedly failed to do his duty, as to Jacksonville, Ala Georgetown prescribed by law. In article G, section 7, Common Time. 26 Hours. M1CR03E KILLER. School Law, it says: "He shall, at RADAM'S Solid YestlbuM Trains. The dhon line beleast once a year, alter not less than tween Cincinnati and three dayB' printed notice to the CURES ALL DISEASES. Lksington, Kt.. Time, 2U Hours. trustees and patrons, make an offK.NOXV11.I.K, I'j Tknn., " icial visit to each district school of 17 ASJIKVlLLK, N. C, Bemuse, all diseases are " " ff75E0!?fijiafa the reoiil' ol fermentation ' ClIATrA.NOOUA.TKNN., " 11 his county, but Bball not make more TLAHTA, 16 imtl decay, cawed by livG., " than three suoh official visits in any ' HllCMI.NlllMM. ALA . ing microbes in the human ll " one day. In tho visits to the schools Direct Connections at New orleamand Shreve system, and whatever remedy will purify the blood port for Texas Mexico au.l California. he shall advise with the teachers and eave Fiankfon via Kentucky Midland Rallnay bv removing the cause of give them such instruction regarddisease mid build up the vlalieoi3tut3:lo.i.,i....irriveClin;lnimtllO:!i5 ing discipline and teaching as he u. m. Quicker than any other line. henlth and strength ot the All t Min patient. Is the one to use. may deem necessary; he shall counit Up m from Central Union Depot, Clncliinnt:. and see that they RADAM'SMICROBEKILLER sel the trustees .V'tpcvVf uniirp Korltate discharge their duties, and by overy Is nature's remedy, and Is E. T. CUAKLETON, tlv Krentest boon ever lnttanoogiu D. . & T. a means in his power strive to promoto given to mankind, hence D. MILLEtt, I). ',. EDWAKDb, and advance the cause of common Traf. Mug. Unclunati, O. 'i P. t. T the spurious Imitations which follow in the path schools." wonderful cures of Consumption, Catarrh, Tho County Superintendent failed of in Indigestion. Rheumatism. l)owl. Wad-nobility, which aro to visit tho school in district No. 34, ly r. Skiii and all other diseasesthis never quicktailing and permanently iured by while in session last fall. This we compound which hs done more for sulTerliiR know, and two other sohools in ad- humanity than all the prescriptions of poisonous proprietary medicines, Tne Quiet and direct route from joining districts ho failed to visit, drugs, nostrums, Ac. all nut toirether. because It removes the wo were informed by a teacher. cause of disease and Insures health. Thousands Again, in article 8, Bection 3, Com- of voluntary certlitcates of almost miraculous WIILIE Tl ioKMSlS III TEXAS! mon School Law, it says: "If from a cures attest these facts, and demonstrate to the failure to qualify according to law, or world that Win, ilndani, the ureat I'loneerin his One hundred and fifty miles Wonderful Discovery, bus cone far ahead of nil from any other cause, there bo a other explorers In scientific fields, and has demonin tho olllco of trustee, the strates! beyond a doubt that no disease can disordered County Superintendent of tho county exist without a at the front system, amiishis superb 8H0BTEST TO LITTLE ROCK, because it tho samo by appoint- leiuedy stands shall supply' And the only rwrta ment in writing," &c. Tho Original and Old Reliable In district Mo. 34 there was a va- Microbe Killer a palatable remedy which cures cancy "in tho office of trusteo in diseases byarrestfns decay and placlm? the sys Without Change of Cars. 1890, and also again in 1891. Tho tem m u natural aim ne.mny condition, health investigate tin this wonderful U you are colng to emigrate to County Superintendent was informed giving discovery, which has stood tho test and ui of tho face on botn occasions, but cured mousunus ui hii mannergerm uisrupes;uuu or microbe Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth beware of all other failed to appoint any one. which areoften thus advertised to sell is this but ropoatod neglect destroyers, What their otherwise worthless mixtures, and which Austin, Houstin, are but luillatons ot this Great Wonder Worklnc of duty? Should a public olficer be paid for Remedy. particulars and certlilcates of wonderThis Is the For full 22-5- t. -- away. marvelous cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Headache. With each bottle there Editor Roundabout: It appears as if tho County Super- is an ingenious nasal Injector for the intendent is determined to remain moro successful treatment cf these silent, and perhaps thinks silence is complaints without extra charge. the better answer under the circum- Price 50c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 stances, and we think 80 too, for the statements made by us in this, and Moncy to Lend previous issues of your paper are facts, and can nob bo explained On rfin.1 fisr,.T.r.ft hv tho T.nnisvillo Sn.v. A . Sciiool District No 34. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. immmsimmwiM&i wwAwrngszw Wo &3K.B THE SHORTEST AND QUICK il hii&m to lew Orleans Time. 25 Hours. SOLID VEfiTiaULED TRAINS. ings. Loan Building 1 u-r- .1c d LOflSflMHE&lLl va,-ean- cy t i , .11 e, e, o, sale by Chapman & Williams. 19 services he fails to rondor? or ful cures, address J. W. OAYIK & GAYLE CO., sole agents for Franklin CHEAPEST AND JJEST KOUTE, Again. In article 0, section 24. Comty. mon School Law, it says: "For all cum Jim, No chance of tain to sorvices rendered and tne expenses ineurred by tho County SuperintendM0HTG0MEBY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS ent under tho provisions of this act, allowed a salary by the ho shall be 131 West Main Strcot, Louisville, Ky. AHD NEW ORLEANS, Court of Claims of his county, based on tho number of pupil children Broker in Stocks and Bonds, lor further Information. Address reported in consus report of the disNEGOTIATES COMMISSION ONLY. , C.P.ATJtKORE,G.P.r.4.t trict trusteos of oaoh county, which U Nloans on town and farm on one to salary shall not be less than ten cents five years time. Investment sectir ties for stile, LOOIOYILUC. KXNTUCKT. Feb. nor more than twenty cents for each 'I' e. w. ln-i- y 18-a- r? -t Tr vww r yry DOWN, K .J D WN! Down come the prices from every article throughout our house. We want to have a general clean up and are offering some reliable merchandise at prices that ought to awaken an echo in the pocket of every prudent purchaser. You are well aware that prices standing alone mean nothing; it is our standard quality standing behind our extremely low figures that wins trade. In our establishment truth stands erect with quality in one hand and low prices in the other. Sages and wise men, from Solomon down, tell us that economy is the basis of wealth, therefore patronize, CRUTCHER it; ,- OrlFLiES Jk.'J?- K AS fe We show the greatest line of any house in Hundreds of Children's Suits, $1.25, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00 to 10.00, th.it sold for Thousands of Ladies' Kid shoes go at $1,251 worth $1 75 anywhere. You should ' almost double the money first of season. see this shoe before purchasing. Knee Pants, 25c, 40c, 50c, 75c, up to S2.00. Bang up values. Men's Plow Shoes, $1.00 and 1.25. Great values. Thousands of Men's Suits, $3.00, 4.C0, 5.00, 7.50, 9.00, 10.00, up to S25.00. Men's Congress and Bals., any width last, $1.25, 1.50, 2.00, up to $6. 50. These Many of these suits sold for double the money. goods are the greatest values we have ever offered. An immense line of Ladies' and Misses Fine Shoes and Slippers, any style you OVERCOATS. can conceive of; beautiful and very attractive. Sure and see our great line of Children's Shoes, any price you can name. We About 275 Men's fine Kersy, Meltons, Beavers and Chinchilla, at prices that will cost you Zli per cent, to 50 per cent, less than same goods will cost you next fall. are determined to double our shoe business, and in order to do this we have bought You can not put your money in anything that will make you as great per cent, as to an immense stock and marked them at ONE low price that WILL CATCH any one that sees them. buy you a nice overcoat. Come and see them. CHOTHIMG-- lllV MMBM HO USE ?ja Kentucky. S" u& .? , asR C' -- ,te v 'tf& TV si A -- ? TEST Main Street, FRANKFORT. Ji?Bfea fSVCJJBfJ3CSSw 4th andv JeiFerson, LOUISVILLE. The following time tiblo is now odeot upon the L. fc N. road: TBAINB WKST. TIME TABLE. Blerit "Wins. ui. Clieap Rates to Florida. Jo No. 23 leaveeFrnnktort No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort 191eavos Frankfort TBAINBEAKT. 5:50 'J:40 3:00 7:38 10:10 4:35 11. a. in p. m. p.m. n. in. Jo.18 loaves Frankfort.... fro. 20 leaves Frankfort No .24 arrives Frankfort .... Uo. 22 leaves Frankfort Nos. 23, 17 uud 21 7.48 0:15 t connect at Lugraage for Cincinnati. 203. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Blooiufleld Brnnch. W. V. Aluxandek, p.m. p. tn. p.m. Agent. TougU on Tobe. The following appeared in the notice of the Patti concert in the Xouisville Times of Tuesday: The State Capital was well repre-flenteThe Governor was unable to come down and Jndgo Lindsay, for a wonder, was not there. Round and jovial Lieut. Gov. Alford, with hia muetachois curled in true Italian fashion, was in a box surrounded by a. bevy of loveliness. A little man, with pale eyes, o nnrnntainl nmiln nnfl n. fftCG that re sembled an Italian sunset, sat in a prominent seat in the dress circle. A post was near him and the four mirrors around it showed many little men to the audience. "Do you see that man?" said somebody to the writer. "He is the ugliest man in the house, and he would come near taking the booby prize at any show for homely men. Ho is Tobe Franklin, of Frankfort, and sings in a church choir up there. Let his voice be cultivated and he would bo one of the greatest singers of the ago. Like Guillo ho is not much to look at, but his tenor is a wonder." p red-face- d, red-heade- We desire to say to our citizens, sii.tt for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery fo wonsurnption, Dr. King's New Life Pills Bucklen's Arnica Saivc md Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every rime, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their greaf popularity purely on their merits, For sale by P. H. Cakpenter, Druggist. 1 On account of Florida Chautauqua, the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip tickets to do Funiak Springs, Florida, Who has i National Reputation for the Treatment of Climnic and Nervous from February 8th to March 12th, inliseaes Treated over Ten 1 lions- clusive, good to return until April and Pitienis in the State of Indiana Last Year. 1st, 1892, at $24. W. W. Alexander, I i mm mst. ,$! Agent. tlliortosi and tjulckest between CINCINNATI AND Clover Seed. We have on hand about 400 bushels of strictly prime clover seed, which we will guarantee to sell at Louisville quotations. Buy at home and save d. aw n wnvicn a Of m a mjt A n nmuc innniwo, DE8ION PATENTS COPYRIQHTS, etc. For Information and free Handbook write to MUNN & CO., 361 BHOADWAY, NBW VonK. OidOBt bureau for Bocurlng patents In America. Every patent taken out by us Is brought before tho puOUo by a notice given free of charge In tho I 1 1 jjnjjra Iks & Solontifio American Agenoy for lisle, FRANKFORT, Onlv'dlieci line betweeu Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, fal-uo- Car- grille, TICKETS BT Cjnthiana, and Conngton. A5K FOB VIA KY MIDLAND TIIIIS BH BEIIULSnHBI MAY 17 i TIME. TUId TAUHE 1800. m. I Mwtittt jmttitm Largest circulation of any scienttno paper In tho world. Splendidly Illustrated. No man should be without It. Weekly, IntolllKent S3. year: tLSO six months. Address MUNN &00 a CO., Vubusikus. 851 Broadway. Now York. p.m. No. 7, Mixed. "12 TlUINo &li Lv. Fiunktort . KiKi.orn . " Switzer. . . . " Stlllril,. (irn'tl. Ar. Georgetown . Lv Geoigt'ii, via t freight. 21-t- f. Mastin Bros. inss. 80 0 41 6 40 7 24 o 10 5 DM 6 21 0 45 7 2o Too 4 T d red-face- d, red-head- ed Express office or H. R. Washington, Philadelphia, the f Williams' grocery. Now York, Baltimore, re Buggies, carriages and harness reOld Point and the paired by the Kentucky and Harness U. If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, left at your residence every morning leave orders at W. H. Averill's drug store, S. 23-t- 703 600 4 20 4 85 U LS25 12 48 600 107 147 Newport Mississippi Valley Co. Ar. Cincinnati. Lv Georgetown LI. A: I!. . . 7 25 10 16 Sea-Sho- Company. 15-t- f. AND ALL EASTERN V ii CITIES. L, P. Walter. M. D. Ar. Paris Lv. J'arLi,viuh..O. " nnvllw'fnti . . Ar. Cincinnati. . Lv Newtown. Cenrriwllln . 101." 7 23 6 00 7 10 7 05 8 750 10 1 10 7 86 0 21 7C2 5 05 0 10 1 80 6 4 806 000 2 2 2 8 4 05 25 40 10 25 7 6J 10 41 10 6)1 637 G40 5 48 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO TtlARItET. FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. IN EFFKOT NOVEMBER 15. 18dl. KAST HOUND s t Limited Accm. Mall Exprrss Dully Dilly i:.-tu- i. ex Sun Dally. Lexington . Lmj. 7 30.1111 "OOdpm ll!0iiu5H0piu 8 2S'lll 6 45pm uaupiniOupui Winchester " 8 51 ill) 71pm 103pm 7 85pm Mt. Sterling " Ashland ?, n Capital Hotel, February 80am justcloaed amountto 4,920 hhds., with 4,302 for the sano period. receipts of since Sales on our S. Edwards, John Y., makes the following 1st amount tomarket hhds. January New Yoric Arr. 12UPIII 8 20pm 32.115 Sales of Of Adams, N. DAILY sworn statement: Kenyon & Thomas: tho crop of 18!)0on our market to date WEST BOUND, to certify what I know your 28,514 hhdB. This is 0401 m Huntington Lve, The receipts and sales on our mar- Cuttlettsburg ' GOUim 35pm 7 14pm Dr. Hale's medicine, wonderful 41)111 0201111 boon exceedingly heavy Ashland 037um 2051)111 7 2711111 Household Ointment, will do in cases ket havo been irbun of pneumonia. Last winter my this week, and prices havo medium Sit. Sterling Lve. 10 27(ini 6 08pm 1XlOpm 020am and mother, who is 75 years of ago, was regular of weaker on tho grades Inchoster . " 11 10am u 45pm 1 55pm 715am leaf, while tho low Lexington . Arr, 1203pm li'zupm 4UP111 OSuin sick unto death with pneumonia. grades Both lungs were badly involved. Tho and extra fine loaf remain Arm. Wo Loulsvlllo Arr. o zopm 900pm1 7 4U)inll &0,iiii LIMITED VE3TIBULKDTKAINS run dully In attending physician said she must find it necessary to make some connection tvltti Cuedupdake & Ohlo'F. K. V.", die. As a last resort wd commenced changes in quotations. New Tno loiiowing quotations xairiy toKAST ifiyk. using your Dr. Hale's Household runs I'UAlAd and our market for burloy milieu lozalMWL, between Lexington uutly HuntOintment, applying it freely and reprosent stops uud ington, thoroughly to the ohest, keeping the tobacco: & SIOIimiEAD lungs covered with hot flannels. She Trash (dark) or damagedS2 00 HUNTINGTON iiccomniiida $4 50 tlons run dully. tobacco soon began to improve and in twelve GO 5 4 00 LKXINdTON &JIOHEHEAD& LEX1NOTON hours the- crisis'was passed and she Oolory trash, 8 00 SIT. STERLING accommodations run dully ex' was out of danger and is alive and Common lugs not coiory 0 00 8 00 15 00 ceptun Your great remedy sav- Colory lugs well TllftOUUlI tSUiCrH'l.NU UAtW to mid troni 7 OOfa 10 00 Common leaf. S. Edwards. John ed her life. uslilugton and New York without change. 10 ,'0& 14 00 Medium to good-leaSworn nnd subscribed before me, G W. Bahnky, 15 00 20 00 0. L. Bhown, Good to line fillers Wm. H. H. Taylor, Notary Public. Gen. Pass. Agent, (. A.. Lexington, Ky. Carpenter's South Side Solect or wrappory W.S. Haiuiison. For sale at ' 20 00 20 50 (r. A.. Ashland. Ky, leaf. 2 , Drug Store. 1 Sales on our market for tho week Cuttlettsburg " 1228pm ID '3pm " lzoupm 1047 pm Jlunttiio'ton Washington " U3.P1I1 210pm Philadelphia " 1047am 500pm . . " 1210.1111 1007pm B40ilill. 1H1I.V. . . . OOoinl. . . . ..." H to-da- y. f. " Carlisle . . . 8 48 G20 Tho Celebrated Specialist, and President of the Ar. Maysvllle . . . 10 10 7 65 I Douthern Modlcd uud burn lea Institute. 1127 6 48 Louisville, Ky.. who lias created sucli u sensation LV. ParlBvhlK.0. Winchester . 12 10 GIG liuiud mound houlsvillo by curlnir diseases that p m baflled the medical fraternity of thut city, by Ar. Richmond. 7 20 Hpt'ilal reijuestof many patrons In uud around our town, uill vltlt Vruulcfort ut the I A.M. IA. M.I I'. V.A. m. v. M No.U Ni i, I No. 4, No. 8, No 12 TRAINS WEST. Sun. 'l4.1 I PdHM Mix. Mix. 27, 1892, Only train. I train. train. train Lv. Richmond vlu Until 8 o'clock n. in. K C 6 10 105 '' Winchester '. One day only. Treats nil Curable Sledlcal and 7 15 1 58 Cross Ejes straightened with- Purls Surgical Diseases. 7 48 283 out Pain, Cancers cured without knife or Costlc, Acute nnd Chronic Catarrh. Diseases of the Kje, Lv, SInysvllle via 6 20 160 Ear, Nose, Throat mid Lungs, Djspepsla, IJrlght's , K. C. . . ' Carlisle . 6 60 3 20 Disease, Dlabetls .Kidneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Ar. Purls . . 7 40 410 Female and Sexu il Diseases. OB FITS CURED. EPILEPSY Lv. Cincinnati via a rosmvK guarantee. K. C 2 20 Young nnd middle agod men suffering from " Covington . . 2 26 Spermatorrhea and Impotency, us the result of Ar. Paris 6 37 e In youth or excess In mature years and .v, Paris 9 00 8 80 0 20 4 30 other causes, producing some of the following ' Centrevllle . 0 20 8 50 6 33 effects, us omissions, blotches, debility, nervous500 ' Newtown . . 9 30 002 6 40 ness, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to 619 Ar.GeorKetown . 9 46 10 02 704 society, defective memory nnd sexual exhaustion, 6 40 which utillt tho victim for business or marriage, Lv. Cincinnati via aro permanently cured by remedies not Injurious, O. A C. 700 7 00 4 00 BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. Ar.(7eorgotown 1002 1002 7 04 and complications, us sore throat, ailing of hair, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., Lv. Georgetown . 110 02 10 02 700 0 45 are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or " Stamp. Gro'd 10 24 10 24 7 81 7 21 " Switzer . . . 10 38 inns 7147 7 60 Gonorrhoea, Gleet, other Injurious drugs. Stricture and ftU Urlnury and Kidney Troubles " Elkhorn. . . 10 46 10 46 7 55 8 10 aro sneodlly cured by treutment that has never Ar. Frankfort . . 1100 11 00 8 10 8 40 fulled. He undertakes no Incurable casos. but Nos. 1. 2, and dally cures thousands given up todle. Remember tho fill I 4 ilnllv7, 8 Nrn 12 nnil A except 8dtiduy. Nos n . Rnminva nnlv dute nnd come early, as his rooms are always HOWiRD ORBISON, Agent. crowded wherever he stops fKO. B. nARPRIt. Oen. Superintendents CONSULTATION TREK. Correspondence solicited mid confidential. VERNOV CLARK, General Passenger Agent. CLAUDE BOWLS, City Ticket Agent. Address THE SOUTHERN MED. & SUIIG. INST., 610 6th St., Louisville, Ky. Oct. 17-- 1 y. GENERAL OFFIOE0. FRANKFORT. KY. -belt-abus- Paris MhK.C, ToJT 1 .... .... ... lis mmEmmmmsmmmmmmmmk ..urfiia.al io. ,LMJiJv 3. ujr4i..ii.jwik. wfsxKiOBmm .liiMiiU Jr. 1 (Ac