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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892031201 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. Yfr The Volume XV. A HusbandB Tramfort A WEEKLY PAPER Roundabout. TERMS: $1.00 In Advanoo 12, 1892 GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. KY... MARCH FRANKFORT, Highest of all in leavening Power. Number 27 Husband's Mistake. U. & Gov't Report, Aug. vj, 1889, sleeplessness, fits, nervousness, when by the use of Dr. Miles' Restorative .Nervine such sorious results could easily bo prevented. Druggists everywhere say it gives univoraal satisfaction, and has an immense sale. "Wood-wort& Co., of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; "Snow & Oo., of Syracuse, N. Y.; J. 0. Wolf, Hillsdale. Mich.; and hundreds of others say 'Jit is the greatest seller they ever "know." It contains no opiates. Trial bottles and fine book bn nervous Diseases free, at J. W. Gayle's. 5 h too often permit wives, parents their children, to suffer from headache, dizziness, neuralgia, Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE valuation to pay off all indebtedness, c'.ty, county, State and national. Died Feb. 11th, 1892, Mrs. Malinda Sheets, aged 75 years. Mrs. Sheets had ten children, nine of whom are living: Mis. Will. Tracy, Pea Ridge; Mrs. Betsy Ann Moore, Antioch; JMrs Belle Moore, Pleasureville: John, Alice and Charlie Sheets, Indiana; Sam and William Sheets, Texas; and Willie Sheets, Iowa. She was a consistent member of tho Christian Church. So kind and gentle was she in her manner that to know her was to love her. Ono of tho best institution ever started in Frankfort, is tho Athletlo Club and one of its members' best friends is Mr. John E. Mi 03, whose communications in tho Roundabout concerning the club have been very much misunderstood by Mr. John Smith. All who know Mr. Smith will agree with the Ridge Scribe that there is no Mr. clever fellow in tho county. John E. Miles, in the goodness of his heart, pointed out an error that was likely to bring misfortune on the club, namely admitting preachers-havi- ng in mind the ancient story of Jonah, the prophet, which all can read for themselves noticing the danger and misfortune he brought on the ship's company which he joined, and that tne misfortune which threatened them was only averted when they had thrown him over- F. BRQWER & CO., S. K.. Corner Main 'and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Bald Knob. for Weather very unfavorable sowing tobncoo beds. Nearly all of laBt year's crop of has been shipped out of this to-fmc- Forks of Ellcliorn. ' liPirn"vf'AvfiJft"i,fiT.lI - w t Jieighborhood. Moving has been nil the go for sev--erweeks back. Mr. It. E. Deakin's little girl is very till with pneumonia. Miss Lula Rodgers visited Misses Ida and Lola Rodgers Sunday last. Mr. Merritt Stephens and wife were ;the guests of Mr. Willis Rodgers on (Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Mr. Reed will preach at Polk Sunday at the Moore's School-hous- e usual hours. Mr. Horace Harrod and wife made a. flying trip to Frankfort Wednesday last. Mr. H. W. Pulliam and family visited Mr. Thornt. Sudduth and family Wednesday last. Mr. Nicholas Rodgers made a visit tto W. H. Allison last Wednesday. al Little Lula. Tliti Secret or Success. J. W Gayle, druggist, believes that Alio oecret of success is perseverance. Timi'ofore ho poraists in keeping the finest line of perfumeries, toilet acti- 'ties, coriinetics,.drugs and chemicals on iJio market. He especially invites nil persons who have palpitation, jthoi't breath, weak or huugryspells, .pain in side or shoulder, oppression. 4'iglil mare, dry cough, sinot'ioriugj Jropay or heart disease to try Dr. Miles' unequaled New fieri Cure joforeitls too late lb has the largest sale of au.v similar remedy. Pine book of testimonials free. Dr. Miles' RcDloratlvo Nervine is unsurpassed headacho, fits, etc , for si 5 stud ic contains no opiates. 'Opli-BMies- house and moved in Tuesday. For the benefit of new comers, we will state that every Wednesday night there is prayer-meetin- g at tho Christian Church and every Thursj day night at tho Baptist Church. Preaching at Buck Run Baptist Ohurch at 11 o'clock and 7 p. m. by Rev. Eberhart. Miss Mattie Greenup is down on Cedar visiting relatives and friends. The farmers are all busy cleaning up and preparing their ground for ZEold-Ing- ' their crops. Miss Lena Morris, of White Sulphur, visited Mrs. S. M.' Burdin this week. A great many of our folks attended county court Monday. Miss Annio South is visiting friends at Stamping Ground. Mr. Leo Triplott and mother have rented the old Kavanaugh place of j Mr. Frazier, and have moved in. Mr. L. Polk, of Frankfort, and Mrs. Eva Adams, of Louisville, were visit-- , ing Mrs. E. Trimble the past week. Mr. Cass South has completed his KlJS?V?ftvA'towGwfl0iV,T2S$lJ ifelK$K?MJ?rcc mfflpar We,are "in the swim" with the most complete assortment of Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Wall Paper, Linoleums, Draperies and Funiture for the Spring of '92, that we have ever shown. We invite in spection. Correct Prices. ZSafosr Oarriag-ss- , SPECIALTIES. Beds, Carpet 0-u.rtaiS-weepe- 'V ih rs n Iea p; . Ridge. . Mr. Louis Tracy is sick. All our farmers are plowing. Mrs. John Pierce is much better. Mr. Milton Tracy, who has been , very sick, has recovered. ' Mr. John Dooloy wont to Lex- ington Monday for civil service ox- -- amination. il SI M justolosed amount to 5,200 hhds., with receipts of 5,108 for tho same poriod. Sales on our markot since January lBt amount to 39.321 hhds. Sales of tho crop of 1890 on ourmarkot to dato 32,730 hhds. Tho offerings of tobacco on our markot have been exceedingly heavy again this week and the only change to noto in tho market as compared with a week ago is a slight decline in low grade now burley. Tho following quotations fairly The State ought to print and fur- represent our market for burloy books to schoolB at cost. bish tobacco: , Our venerable sage has discovered Trash (dark) or damage d .n very serious error in tho Rounda$4 50 ?2 00 tobacco 4 00 5 50 bout which ought to be altered at Oolory trash 8 00 once.. In the list of taxable property Common lugs not colory 0 00 15 00 8 00 of the county tho value of stone and Oolory lugs 7 00 10 00 building material is given at 4,000, Common leaf. n while it is that wo have Medium to good leaf. 10 50 14 00 15 00 20 00 At least a thousand million dollars' Good to fine fillers worth, if wo had it at tho rightplaco, Soloot or wrappery 20 00 20 50 while tho county has enough at a fair loaf. - would think themselves slighted by .our Legislature on account of a simple mistake in tho title of a bill. Patrons of School No. 34 don't worry about school matters; it is tho very best wo shall got under the present system. All need change from enjoying a teacher to tho furbishing of books and supplies. The whole thing is rotten. What can bo ,eaid in defense of a system that allows its patrons to bo victimized in purchasing books and furniture. then no ono could have been offended. What a pity that any person Messrs. Will, John and Newel Pierce will each have a largo melon patch this year. Mr. Bon Sargent, who is with tho T31ug Grass Hedge Fence Co., camo down from Jessamino Sunday. Tho Roundabout is fast becoming a religious paper, as witness those interesting communications of Bros. .Darsio and John E. Miles. Several members of tho Legislature will address our people at tho .school house here at 7 o'clock on Farmers Alliance topics. Violin Fob Sale I have a fine Bills are posted here announcing violin of German make which I will Sale of Damaged Goods. Hon. J. 0. Roberts, of Tennessee, Bell cheap. that My entire stock of dry goods, will address tho citizens at FrankLouis Hakbis. notions, lacos and embroideries, fort, March 15th, 1892, on the Ocala slightly damaged by smoke, will be Demands and scheme. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO closed out at cost for cash. Tho colored coach bill, which Wit, O'DONNELL. MARKET. caused to much discussion, ought to have been changed to provide separate coaohes for white travelers, and FUBNISHED BY GLOVER & DURBETT, TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. to-nig- ht At the time of writing we are enjoying a genuine old winter spell, snowing and blowing at a furious Sarah Jane. board. Remembering this ancient rate. preacher and Mr. John E. Miles Los Angeles, Cala. advice it. is to be hoped that the club will take any preacher who may join Gen. W. E. Veazie writes as follows, and throw them overboard at once. "With Quinn's Ointment I have rea Hock Joint How She Became a Mis- - moved has swelling on thrOo years, which been there Sionary. have also used it for Splints on a has taken number of my colts and "I'm dolntr missionary work a good thorn off in every case." itBest remereply of dy on the market. deal of tho time," was tho one of tho most charmine women of New York, to a friend, who asked L,et ms Have More Liglit. how she busied herself. ''I see by your looks you wonder what I mean by that. I'll tell you. A few years ago life was a burden to mo. I had been a victim to female weakness of the most aggravating character for a long time, and the doctors failed to help me. Existence was a long, steady, terrible tortuio a lingering, living death. One day I saw Dr. Pierce's Favorite Perscription advertised in tho newspaper. Something in tho advertisement impressed mo favorably. I caught at the glimmer of hope 'it hold out as the drowning man is said to catch at a straw. Still, I did not daro to hope. But I got the There is nothing more essential medicine, and behold the result! I than eye sight, and tho way to proO, so cure it, if artificial aid is necessary, feol so well, so strong, and thankful, that I go about telling other is to use tho best glasses or spectawomen what saved me. In no othor cles made. (Dr. Goldstein, the Louis way can l so wen snow my gratituuo ville optician, who is universally to God, and to tho tho man who has known in our city and State, and who proved such a benefactor of woman, has adapted glasses to tho majority of and my love for my suffering sister- our best citizens, has his ollice at the hood. Hotel Kenyon, and those parties having weak or defective eyes, should Repairing of all kinds neatly and consult the Dr. during his stay and promptly executed by the Kentucky get tho required assistance. Will be Butrerv and Harness Company. 26. in Frankfort ten days. Stretchers. CO. smd. c, Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. 1 r f illilffiPllj '&& "Wl !4 call upon RAKES, SHOVELS and SPADES! Tho best quality at same price as inferior snoods are being sold, if so Hardware Merchant im:. ie3. g :rj"2" - 15-t- f. JACOBSWIGERT&CO., Have Removed From the Batzell Building -- H101 25-t- f. sub-treasu- ry 25-t- f. LOUISVILLE Sales on our market for the week MD ji 102 IMSTREEiy r J- Basement nf the Cmpitmi Hnil.i-- They will fill this space witk &n entirely sew achwatioeaicatia short time. H. STOP A SECOITDI TT WON'T TAKE ANY LONGER THAN THAT 1 U) tell you W. L. COPPKIISMITU, tho Jeweler. Is doing the largest 1UMUU Business of any Jewelry house in Frankfort ; tho iieiniiiul for his work Is astonishing and It has even surpassed his expectation, it Is not necessary to look for an diminution, what popular fancy endorses Is sure to ho right and for theso reasons I have inudo an equally strong lilt. Mar. y. G. MATTERS, TSB- - m. BEATTY, Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agt.t BEATTYYILLE, LEE, CO. Pliliifiifllfir, 334 MAIN STREET, PRACTICES IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, 1 Estill, Jackson, Powell, Clay and other . counties Sept. f. W. J. CHINN, JR, Will practice in all State Courts, fice second floor, Cujtom House. Jan.ao-ly- well-know- Of-- W. L. COPPERSMITH. 234 St. Clair street. FRANKFORT, KY. . ' vmmm m TlrfiMM w QMQ ?'TTX3JI'V" t1 f 'mWw HVEiltoTJLDrxi "Virgtg-oriss- - Troy Surries EL.LING OUT AT COST! We will begin selling at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Ranics, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Halt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. AIS jroods sold on time will be charged at regt lar price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, I On IM&ircli vULL A MASONIC O'ttta. 53 Gm ELb & B RO j Opposite the Farmers Bank. i Personals. Mr. and Mrs. James M.Saffell spent Tuesday in Louisville. Miss Maymo Dryden is visiting relatives in Louisville. Mr. J. Monte Tharp, of LaGrange, was in the city on Monday. Miss Susie Read left Thursday for Covington to visit hor sister. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Newman returned Saturday from New Orleans. Prof. J. K. Patterson, of Lexington, was in the city Tuesday. Miss Lizzie May hall, of Louisville, is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Hunnewell, of Cicinnati, is the guest of Miss Mamie Lindsey. Mr. Avery S. Winston, of Lexington, was in the city on Tuesday last. Mrs. Lucy Duvall, who "has. been quite ill, was some better yesterday. Mr. John Coleman was in Mt. Sterling last Tuesday visiting his parents. Miss Bettie Hughes has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexing- returned Monday and has resumed his position at the Clerk's desk. Miss Fannie Gray, of Lyndon, who has boon visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. II. Sneed, returned home Monday af ternoon. Miss Scottie Herndon, of Nicholas-ville- , sister of Mrs. W. H. Van Win kle, is hero attending the Capital City Business College. Miss Ella Foley left Wednesday for her home in Lexington, accompanied by Miss Nellie Murphy who will be her guest for a few weeks Mrs.H. P. Whittaker, of Covington, arrived Saturday and will spend the TEMPLE. To Be Erected in this City In tlie Near Future. At tho meeting of Hiram Lodge, No. 4, on Thursday evening, steps were taken looking to tho erection of a handsome building in this city, in a short time, for the use of the differMasonry. The ent orders of Company, which Masonic Temple was organized several months ago under a charter from tho Legislature, transferred its charter to tho Lodge, which body immediately subscribed for sixty shares of stock in the same, quite a number of shares were also taken by individual members, and a committee was appointed to solicit stock subscriptions until next Wednesday night, when the organization of a temple company will bo completed by the election of a board of directors, who will select a president, secretary and treasurer. An option has been obtained upon a handsome lot, upon which it is proposed to erect a handsome three story building, with two store-room- s on the first floor, with banquet hall, flats or offices in the second story, and large and convenient lodge and asylum on the ttiird floor. The bu:lding is to be fitted up with all the modern conveniences and will be an ornament room, chapter-room t .V .... a j v 4xi ft"i 4. J v., :'A . VY w remainder of the winter at the Capital Hotel with her husband. Misses Belle Clay and Lucy Lee Hill, of Lexington, who have been viBiting Miss Christine Reynolds, at Fleetwood, have returned home. ton. Hon. W. L. Voorhees, of Louisville, is in the city visiting his old Capt. E. H. Taylor, Mrs. R. A. Waller, Miss Sadie Taylor and Mr. Geo, C. Wntson, of Chicago, were in the city Tuesday, having accompanied the remains of Miss Jeanie S. Watson to this city. m R. K. MoCLURE ZESas V 1 j Will Break Up. house-keeping, (3 XJ tle selected, E3S,X, strnd. BEST stools: of - Mrs. Van B. Young will break up and offers all her Mr. Woodford Longmoor has re. turned from a visit to relatives in household furniture for sale. Seo her advertisement in another col Cynthiana. was the guest umn. Mrs. Fannie Trabue of Mrs. Scott, in Louisville the first Hunt Merchant Dead. of the week. ' Mr. C. B. Simrall, a prominent railMr. Hunt Merchant, oldest son of tho road attorney of Cincinnati, was in the late Elisha Merchant, died at the resicity Tuesday. dence of Mr. Canada Goins, in South Mrs. Maria Campbell spent the Frankfort, Tuesday evening, after a past week with Mrs. John Atherton, protracted illness. The funeral took in Louisville. place Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. John Fox, jr., of Big Stone, He was a member of tho Knights of Gap, Va., spent Sunday with Mr. Ed. Honor, and the remains were buried with the honors of that order. Ho Watson Taylor. leaves a widow and two small chilMiss Katie Wilcoxson, of loss. is visiting Miss Mary Jett, dren fco mourn his on Shelby street. Is Your Nerve Steady, Misses Bettie and Fannie Morris have returned from a short visit to rela- Or do you tremble and feel that you tives in Shelbyville. are breaking; that your nervous sysMrs. Sam Bush and children, of tem is giving way. If you have a very bebt system Chattanooga, Tenn., are the guests weak, nervous do is to the begin thing you can of Mrs. Geo. Berry. using D,r. Hale's Household Tea. It is the finest Nerve Tonic known Miss Mamie Steele, of Midway, was and will restore you to health and the guest of Miss Frazee at the Capi- vigor. Don't delay. Get a free sam- y at Carpenter's South Side tal Hotel on Thursday. Ele 3 Store. Miss Maggie Clay, of Paris, who has been visiting Miss Lutie Ware, New Paper. returned home Monday. Messrs. George A. Lee, formerly of Dr. J. Lampton Price has returned the Owen News, and Mr. T. Sanders from a visit to Cuba and Florida, Orr have commenced tho publication much improved in health. of a new paper at Carrollton, called Miss Annio Miller, of Covington, the Carrollton News, the fourth numwho has ben visiting Miss Sallio Holt, ber of which has been received. It is an eight column weekly, brim full returned home Wednesday. from tho apMartin D. Hardin, who is attend- of news, and, judging pearance of tho paper, it starts out ing college at Danville, spent Sunday with brightest prospects of success. with his parents in this city. I friends. h9 Books, Stationery, Etc. Tho Masonic fraternity has long been in need of a home, and tho matter of erecting a building has frequently been discussed, but no diefinite action has ever been taken heretofore. The movement has now been put on foot by live, energetic brethren who are determined to push to the city. In ZF'xsbn.lsfbxt. . ZMZettee a, ISTote of it- - it through. Dr. Hale's Household Oint- Ohris-tiansbur- g, ment Is tho finest remedy in the world. r' T to-da- y to-da- Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Largo size cheapest. Sold at Carpeny ter's South Side drug store. 5-l- It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures 'V j 1 . Stockholders' Meeting;. All those who have subscribed stock in the new Masonic Temple Company, or propose to do so, aro requested to meet in the directors' room of the State National Bank on Wednesday evening next, March 16th, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of perfecting an organization by the election of a board of directors. By order of Hiram Lodge, No. 4, A. Y. M. Geo. A. Lewis, Master. i .( W King's Royal Germeteur. y Henderson, of Georgetown, Ken- No., 2 Linn St., Janesvillo,Wis., under date of Juno 10, writes the following: tucky. Kenyon &ThomaB,sirs: I was confined bod four montliB with inflammaMiss Mary Bruce, of Louisville, who to myof the right ovary; had a good Mrs. Judge Caswell tion has boon visiting physician, tried almost everything, Bennett, returned homo Tuesday got very little help until I tried your Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, about evening. four months ago. It has done wonMrs. Warren Viley, .of Woodford ders for mo. I can do quite a good county, and Miss Ella Morton, of day's work. I have every reason to entirely cure mo. boiievo that Racine, Wisconsin, spent Thursday j I am also it will your Dr. Halo's using in this city the guest of Mrs. George Household Tea with good results. Sincerely yours, A. Lewis, 421 Second street. Mrs. II. E. Wellman. Clerk of the Hon. Green R. Keller, This groat medicine is for sale at House of Representatives, who has Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. 3 been quite ill at his homo, in Carlisle, R. ! Miss Mattio Henderson, of this city, is visiting her brother, Dr. Dan Mrs. H. E. Welman, SUiloli's This is beyond question tho most successful Cough Medicine wo havo over sold, a fow doses invariably ouro tho worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful success in the cure of Consumption is without a parallel in tho history of modicine. Since its first Clover Seed. discovery it has boon sold on a guarantee, a tost which no other medicine can stand. If you havo a Wo have on hand about '1Q0 bushels cough we earnestly ask you to try it. of striotly prime clover sood, which Price 10c, COc. and $1. If your lungs we will guarantee to sell at Louisville aro soro, chest or back lamo, use quotations. Buy at home and save Mastin Bros. Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. freight. 37 W. Gayle. 21-t- f. Cure. Consumption tho medicine of the century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wonder of tho medicine world. Based upon tho The beautiful designs of our new spring stock of children's Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, t modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises beBt by its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Are bound to please you, and the Purifier. It is without doubt tho PRICES were never most reliable germ destroyer in and to tho extent that tho so LOW. theory is corroot, King's Royal ermeteur is the remedy. It is no accident but is tho result of fifteen years study of medical gonius. For 19 sale by Chapman & Williams. Many new and pretty things, inr all the woods most fashion- - 6. ROGERS 4 SOIL CARRIAGES ex-istan- FURNITURE. ble are daily being placed on our floors. IB.. IKog'ers Sc Soaa. Opp. Court-hous- e. May 7. saisai ' 'wF9f?t'mpjrrTr ? wrttpnnyvtrTtW' ' "'"iwprr'i. v vi 3 3 "1 SPRING HATS! PRING NECKWEAR! STDrin g "W"oole:n.s Zrripbrteci su:n.cL IDonnnestic 9 Ai--j Qoods s Largest and best assortment we have over shown. t have you look ai them. Would be pleased HUDSON, HUMPHR How to set Tliin. ment for obesity, (suporflous fat) is the "Loverette" Obesity Pills, which Tho only safe and tollable treat- CASSELL! SSsX w 1 I kw gradually reduced tho weight and measurement. !No injury or inconvenienceLeaves no' wrinkles acts "by absorption. This cure is founded upon tho most flcientiflo principles, and has been used by one of the most eminent Physicians of Europe in his private practice for live yearswith the most gratifying results. Mr. Henry Perkins, 29 Union Park, Boston, writes: From tho use of the 4,Lovorette" Obesity Pills my weight has been reproduced ten pounds 'in words. Then Mr. Beardsley three weeks and my general health Is very much improved. The princi- road and she wrote 80 words of new ples of your treatment are fully in- and difficult matter per minute. One dorsed by any family physician. In proof of my gratitude I herewith could not help admirjng tho operator give you permission to use my name aB her fingers glided gracefully over tho keyboard, while she sat perfeotly if you desire to do so. Prico 2.00 per package, or three erect, and save tho raising of her packages for 5.00 by registered mail. All orders supplied direct from our arms to shift the carriage, the work was all done with the hands. Among office. The Leverette Specific Co., 339 the guests present were Rev. H. G. "Washington street, Boston, Mass. Rev. W. C. Taylor, Henderson, Messrs. R. K. McClure, J. G. McLean, Capt. B. W. Jenkins Advertised Letters at pronounced it a rare and others, who treat. Frankfort, Ky. flfty-threht touch of the machine an expression of admiration was visible on the countenance of every individual, and when at the close of tho first minute it was announced that she had o written ono hundred and words, tho attention of the audience was fixed upon tho operator, and every individual that could afford a watch was keeping time for tho second trial, and were all convinced that ono hundred and sixty words wore written. Another minute proved that her speed was not decreasing, as sho wrote ono hundred and sixty-eig- JAPANESE A NOVELTY OF STERLING 3i& tfl!i la SESSEESS. 5RIT. vFgfe " BUfcrTrrr&liRrVV7v,- - PRICE PER PACKET,' 15 CENTS: A I1PF AUuirinteed Cure for Film or whatever kind or decree External, Intern il, Itl'irl or Bleeding oredltary. rjiis Itchl ik, Chro ilc. Kccintor Remedy hits positively nev r broa known 1 full. ? 1.00 u box, G boxes, for g'J.o.'); sent by mull pre A written (jirirm'ee paid on receipt or price. positively given to e leh p lriiinar of alx boxes, when purcuasedatone tltm f rdfun tnesno paid I 'not cured. Ouanntee huolby ,1 W gists and Solo Agents. Franklort, sample. GAYLE. nndLECOMPTKA; "" CK iiWLi: Jy Jan. CO.. DrugCm I for 10-l- EXCELLENT FLAVOR. k nsurpasfed for BRIGHT CREAM COLOR. 25-l- i Below will be found a list of advertised letter for the week ending March 12th, 1892: I w Adams, B. F. Anderson, Albert .Bryan, Edward Bush, John Barnet, Mr. Oummings, John Dalton, Isaih .Downer, John Dawson, John 0. Dolan, Kate Grines, Jessie Gloss, G. W. Gray, Edd. Goes, Jan Mills, Miss Edna More, John Tomes Moore, Mrs. Powell Miller, W. A. Nichols, Mrs. L. B. Onan, Olempson Preston, Dan Prince, Miss Ada Pollsgrove, WilM. Hugh, Christopher Robertson, Miss Fan- - ard RatclifT, Ferdinand nie (3) Hunt, Mrs. Julia Roogers, Mary L' G. Smith, Miss FlorBarrod, Miss ence Tinie Scott, E. S. Hamilton, W. S. Stofler, Miss Liza Taylor, Cornelius Johnson, Chur Van Meter, D. A. chill Jackson, Miss Allen nle Wilson, Annie Wells, Dr. J. B. Jones, Sam JKelley, Miss Mat- - White, Tom tie (2) Williams, Mrs. Xent, Mrs. Julian Julia Miner, Mrs. E. J. Stevens Brothers. How-.Hodges- Koberts, Dr. Eatcliff, Ferd JSogesotts, Miss B. Rogers, E. B liams , Toledo, Ohio Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, WholeFalling: Off a Log. sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter''As easy as falling off a log," is an nally, acting directly upon the blood old saying. When it was first uttered, and mucous surfaces of tho system. nobody knows. Nothing is easier, Prico, 75c. per bottle. Spld by all unless it is the taking of a dose of druggists. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. These act like magic. No griping or drenchDied. ing follows, as is the case with the pills. The relief EMMIT. in this city, on Sumby morning. the that follows resembles the action of Starch ii. 1892. William LbwIs, Infant son ot Guy Nature in her happiest moods; the N. Emmlt and wife. impulse given to tho dormant liver is of the most salutary kind, and speedi- Tlie People's Preference. ly manifested by tho disappearance of all bilious symptoms. Sick head"The people of this vicinity insist ache, wind on the stomach, pain on having Chamberlain's Cough through the right side and shoulder-blad- Remedy and do not want any other," and yellowness of the skin and says John V. Bishop, of Portland eyeballs are speedily remedied by the Mills, Indiana. Tho reason is because Pellets. they have found it superior to any other, especially for tho grip and tho cough which so often follows an at1-- 5. old-fashion- cutting. Jlagnlllcently fringed. Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by taking Hall's rccoPdr? Catarrh Cure. P. J. Cheney &Co., Props., Toledo, O. JEX-iEe-AJNT We, the undersigned, havo known P. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in coIoM all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any . obliga- rWaranaVoTent tions made by the firm West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, How's This! Wo offer One Round as a ball. Easy to raise. Trice per pkt 10c S IVEW ROSES.af 1 30 JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, N:Y. Jan. Chamberlain's Remedy. Cough Darby's Prophylactic Use it in every sick-rooWill keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome;removing all bad odors from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases. on Sims, of New York, says: "I am convinced that Pro(. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu' 21 Mr. 0. F. Davis, Editor of The Bloomfleld, Iowa, Farmer, says: "I can recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to all suirerors with colds and croup. I have used it in my family for the past two yeais and have found it tho best I ever used for the purposes for which it is intended. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. The eminent physician, J. Mari- . 1 'i 20-4- t. e, Piano Tuner. t Fan-Worfle- ld, When onlling for these letters say ad- vertised. s J. M. SavfexiIi, Postmaster. Tlte Old Original Remedy Leads. The Horndon row of store-room- s street are all to be opened in a few days. Mrs. John Stephens will open a notion store in the ono Garfield Club. formerly occupied by W. L. Gault, Mr. George Salender will open a Remember the meeting of tho grocery in tho one formerly occupied Garfiold Club this evening at 8 by Mrs. S. B. Rodman and the third o'clock, and lots havo a full attendwill be occupied by a furniture store, ance. O. A. Nelson, President. whioh will sell on tho installment W. H. Van Winkle, Secretary. plan. on Second When Baby was sick, wo gavo her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When sho'becamo Miss, she clung to Castorla. When sho had Children, she gave them Castorla. disinfectant,' W. H. Craig, with D. H. Baldwin & able Co., will be in the city in a few days. Persons desiring their pianos tuned should leave orders at Dehoney & t. tack of the grip. 25 and 50 cent Graham's. bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, T OFFER FOR BALE AT Druggist. 1 hunilNome property of 27-l26-4- t. F0.R SALE. A Guaranteed Cure. Three Stores to be Opened. Ir.mkfort. 27-- 1 I i find Chamberlain's Cough Romedy to be a certain euro for it." says W. G. Johns, of Trimble, Cullman Co , Ala. Mr. Johns ordered a supply of tho Remedy to bo shippod by expross as quickly as possible There is no queBtiqri but this Remedy is of groat value In tho treatment of the grip especially on account of its counterRapld Typewriting. acting any tendency of tho diseaso towards pnoumoniu. It is also a An exhibition of rapid typewriting prompt and certain cure for the on the "Caligraph" was given at tho cough whioh usually follows an 25 botof tho Capital City Business College Thurs- tles for sale grip. W. and 50 contDrugby J. Gayle, o day evening. At 5 o'clook an gist. m audience had assembled in s one of tho Jarge and Mr. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. marvelous euro for Catarrh, "W. H. Beardsloy was introduced, who A Diphtheriu, Canker and made some very interesting remarks Hoadaoho. With oaoh mouth thoro bottlo on typewriting and business in gen- is an ingenious nasal Injector for tho eral, whioh showed very clearly that moro successful treatment of these ho knew what was necessary to make complaints without extra charge. business a suocess. Ho then asked Price 50o. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 3Iiso Bortha Parker to wrlto and some ono to keep tho time. At tho first J Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla, at-ta- ok appra-'Oiativ20-4- t. class-room- Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about "germs," ''baccilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying tho original tested medicine. "Radam's Microbo Killer" is what you need. It is now, .and for years has been, making moro cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be deceived. The Grippe Raging in Alabama. iB uMi-orobi- ," Happy Hooslers. Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of Ida ville.Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters has clono moro for me than all other brathat bad medicines combined feeling arising from '. kidney and Livor trouble." John Leslie, farmer and r.tookman, of eamo place, says: "Find Electric Bitters to oe the best Kidney and Liver mer? 'cine. Made mo feel like a now man." I . W. Gardner, hardware merchant, uame town, Bays: Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't oaro whother ho HveB or dies; ho found now strength, good appetite and felt justliko he had a new lease on life. Only 50c. a bottlo, at P. H. 2 Carpenter's Drug Store. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition. If you are afllictcd with a Cough, Cold or T OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE ALL SIY HOUSE any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, 1 hold effects, consisting of parlor, bull, and kitchen furniture. and will uso this remedy as directed, dining-rooMRS. VAN R YOUNG. giving it a fair trial, and experience 225 Shelby street. 5Iar. no benefit, you may roturn tho bottlo and have your money refunded. We could not make this oiTor did wo Mill Property At Public Sale. not know that Dr. King's New could bo relied on. It never A disappoints. Trial bottles free at 1 N ORD3R TO SETTLE on PARTNERSHIP WE April 9th, Phil. Carpentek's Drug Store. 189.', 1U offer at public a iluMill.Saturday, full roller It has the l.liiivllle Holler 2 Large size 60c. and $1.00. process, u1m burrs for Krimuni wheat and corn, in. Title perfect. Dr.W.lI. Rail, n South BARGAIN THE JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. Furniture For Sale. bed-roo12-l- Dis-covcr- y "La grippe raging here, and I Now York seed potatoes at J. Heeney's, tho South Side grocer. Lowest prices and best stock. 20-2- t. and lias a cap iclty of 33 or 40 b irrels por day. Is located in the heart ot a splendid wheat crowing country andh.is.i custom which will Keep It running steady all the jenr round. Mar. PARKER & SUTER, Elmvllle. Franklin Co., Ky. For Rent My house in South Frankort. sevon rooms and kitchen. All in good ropair. Possession given about March 20. 26-Guy Barrett. tl PUBLIC SALE. 1 resents to tho highest and best bidder, on v&oacXsb-gri, T WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE. WI TUOUT gaseb, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. gp J.Q! yard of P. S. Rule & Co., In FrankAt the saw-mifort, Ky., In lots to suit purchasers, the ll Ruckleu's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, . P. H. Carpenter. 5-- Stools of laiimbor, &o. On hand, consisting of Dressed Flooring, Weath erboardlug, Celling, Casing, Moulding, Urackets Frames, Doors, Uliiuls and other Dressed and Un" dressed Lumber: Sash Weights, office Furniture, Desks, Chairs, Cases, Letter Press, Large Fireproof Safe, Lamps, LautuuiR, Measuring Sticks, Spades, Shovels. Axes, Hammers, Duckets, Crosscut Saws, Wheelbarrows, OH Barrels, four Wugous and ono btemn Engine. TEtlMS OF SALE.-Cro- dlt of three months, purchasers, on day of sale, to execute bonds with unproved security, for tho purchas j money, bearing 6 pur cent, from day of sale. No lumber or other property to bo moved until the purchase money bonds are executed or the money paid; and all the property.to 00 moved oil the uiemlses by the purchasers before April 2, 1892. JOHN 11. L1NDSEY, March 7, 18yi.-2- t. Trustee of P. is. Rule & Co. A CHILD KILLED. Anothor ohild killed by the uso of opiates given in the form of Soothing Syrup. Why mothers give their children suoh deadly poison isurpris-Ing- , whon they can relievo tho ohild of its poouliar troubles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Scld by 0 J. W. Gayle, DrugglBtf iy tfjgffi.Viti ,SftJikVfaWlltjUt iap"wwv . rrpFr Biflii r;,', QfflKl 4 J rW altogether worthy and capable to fill Tuesday Night'8 Fire. any position connoctod with the graded school work or private instiAbout ono o'clock Tuesday night a tution. fire broko out in tho grocery of W. By order of tho Board at rogular meeting, on first Tuesday in March, II. Blankenship, just below the toll-ga1882, and signed by tho entiro Board. on the Lewis Ferry Turnpike, or TJ. V. Williams, Pros. rather tho north end of Wilkinson H. T. Stanton, street, which was quickly consumed W. T. Reading, and the fire communicated to tho Jason M. Cash, J. M. Wakefield, house occupied by John Breeding on G. T. Blackley, Sec. tho north, and thenco to the residence o of Luke Peovoler adjoining. As thero Cutting: at tlie Pen. was no fire plug that far down, the fire department could do nothing to Two convicts by the hamo of Ohas. Price and Ohns. Williams, confined savo the property and all three in tho Penitentiary here, got into a houses were completely destroyed. Tho buildings occupied by Blankon-shi- p row Monday afternoon, which resultand Breeding wore both owned across ed in tho latter being cut A largo by Thos. Ballot, whilo Peoveler ownthe neck by tho former. vein was opened by tho knife and ed his home. Tho loss is about two Williams lost'a great deal of blood, thousand dollars and is about covered but tho wound is not considered dan- by insurance. One fire plug down in that part of gerous. tho city would have saved two of tho Death of Miss Jeauie Wat- - buildings and would bo almost comson. plete protection to that end of town. Tho city should have the pipes exMiss Jeanie S. Watsou, formerly tended and one or two plugs put in, of this city, died in Chicago on Mon- as the residents of that section, havday and the remains were brought ing been taken into the city, to this city Tuesday morning for in- are recently to some entitled protection from terment in the family lot in the Cemtho fire fiend. etery. The remains were accompanied to their last resting place by a Chancres in the Public large number of Borrowing friends School. and relatives. Owing to tho resignation of Misses Got a Tumble. Julia R. Todd and Adelaid Schroeder as teachers, numerous changes were While returning home Saturday made in the Public School by the evening, Capt. Geo. W. Daniel caught School Board at their meeting on his foot UDon a stick, one end-- of Tuesday evening. Mr J. D. Coleman, which had fallen through the picket professor of Natural Science and fence of Mr. Samuel R. Smith's gar- Higher Arithmetic in Hartford Colden, on Third street, and was thrown lege, Ohio county, was elected teachviolently to tho side walk. His knee er of the High School Department was severely wrenched and he was to succeed Miss Schroeder, Miss so badly bruised that he was confined Louise A. Wiard was promoted to the to the house for several days. position held by Miss Julia Todd, Miss Scottio Chinn to the grade Four Score and Ten. taught by Miss Wiard and Miss Ella Mrs. Judith Drane, mother of Judge Stephens to tho grade taught by Miss Geo. 0. and Capt. E. Mi Drone, will Chinn. Miss Rose Crittenden was celebrate hernintieth birthday to day. elected a teacher in the school and Mrs. Drane is remarkably well pre- together with Miss Mary Browder asserved for one of her years, her Btep signed to teach tho overflow from being as springy almost as in her youth Miss Mary McEwan's room, while and her health perfect. May she live to MiBS McEwan takes the overflowfrom round out a full century and her dayB the Kindergarten. continue peaceful and happy unto A. Real Soubrette. the end. The Lexington Loader, in speaking Dumped in the Street. of the people who ore to take part in Miss Katie Downey and her brother the production of Mr. Allan J. Darna-by'- s new play, "A Woman's Will," in were returning to their home in the that city on the 25th inst., has this to country from Church, Sunday morning, in a Jersey wagon, and in going say of Miss Sallio Theobold, of this over tho crossing in front of Mr. M. city, who is to take the port of Dolly P.' Gray's hardware store, on Main Mong: street, the king bolt of the vehicle Little Miss Theobold has just the and she broke, letting the front axle run out mold of a soubrette,of one, certainly has the manners off the body, which dropped stage as well as on. She was made from under the on tho street. The occupants were to bo an actress, and her contribution thrown out and Miss Downey's face to the evening's pleasure will, if all signs small ono. not cut and bruised severely, but Mr. Dance? doWhy, fail, be no are set to her feet Downey escaped injury. The horse music. And she can sing like a bird, was a gentle one and did not attempt too, and act coddling and kittenish to kick, or more serious damage just like the real soubrette that she is. might have been done. KttAiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Altered as at the post-oQlc- o second-clas- s at FruuUort, Kentucky, mailable matter. te tlKO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. FRANKFORT, MAR. 12, 181'2. Republican A convention o Convention. was held at the Oourt-houson Monday for the purpose of appointing delegates to tho Republican Congressional and State Conventions. W. B. Robinson was elected chairman and Geo. 'W. Reock was made Secretary. The following resolutions were adopted, and delegates and alternates for Infants and Children CastoriM cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion. Without Injurious medication. Castoria Is bo well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to Any prescription known to mo." II. A. Ancnxn, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. "Tho use of 'Castoria' Is so universal and its merits so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endoreo it Few are the intelligent familles.who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carlos Makttn, D.D., New York City. Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church. .Late appointed: Resolved, That the following Republicans are hereby appointed delegates and alternates to represent Franklin county in the Convention to bo held in Lexington on March 11th, and in Louisville May 30th, to represent the 7th Congressional District in the National Convention at Indianapolis in June next: Delegates S. R. Smith, Richard Morris, Jas. W. Woolfolk, J. W. Weitzel, Ed Lane, L. P. Tarlton, Wm. Ewing, H. H. Watson, Robt. Todd, J. "W. Pierce, Horace Brady, B. T. Harvey W P. Hudson,-!)- ; 'B. Wal- - ' For severaf years I have recommended! your Castoria, ' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced bcneflcla results." Edwin F. Pardbb, H. D., Tho Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. 77 Tns Cjuttaur Cokpaht, Mcriuv Stbkkt, Nkw York. Feb. 13-- 1 v. JJMIGS ANNOUNCEMENT. For Circuit Cleric. We are authorized to announce WALTER FRANKLIN as a candidate tor uiruilt Court Clerk subject to the uctlou of tho Democratic Party. , Pyv cutt; 'Alternates V. Berborich, 0. 0. Furr, L. E. Stanley, Jas. Sower, W. H. Sneed, Ed. M. Drane, Martin Boyd, M. P. Gray, W.B.Robinson, Zach Reed, N.I. McDaniel, Peter Bell, R, K. McClure, 0. W. Saffell. And thoy are instructed to vote for L, P. Tarlton of our own county for delegate from this district to the National Convention, and use all honorable means to secure his election. Resolved, That they are instructed d to vote for W. O. Bradley, John and J. 0. Jackson to represent the State at large at the Convention in Louisville on May 30th. Resolved, The delegation to each convention is instructed to vote as a unit, as the majority may decide, upon all questions coming before it. ' The chair appointed the following committee to seleot a Couuty D. B. Walcutt, W. S. Committee: Fe-lan- We aro authorized to announce TH0MA3 B. FORP as a candidate lor Circuit Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the Democratic primary elecUon, March 19, 1892. Jan. 9 to. For Sheriff! We are authorized to announco JAMES M. WAKEFIELD as n candidate for Sheriff of franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, March 19, 1892. Jan.D-te-. O.IJE Roth ENJOYS tho method and results when cyrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts trendy yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Pigs is for sale in 50c and 81 botUes by all leading druggists. Any reliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. LOUISVILLE, We are authorized to announce JAS. G BR as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the a tlon of tho Democratic party at the primary election to be held March 19, 1692. Dec. We are authorized to announce R. li. a candidate for Sheriff of Frnnklfri county, subject to the action of the Democratic convention of Saturday, March ll'th. 1892. We are authorized to announce A. G.JEKFERS as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the Democratic primary election. AW-NE- B 19-t14-t- IH FOR SALE. A SMALL in operation, SOUB-MAS- A DISTILLERY, NOW for sale cheap. Only $1,000. rare bargain. Apply to Jati.23-tf- . M.T. MITCHELL, Frankfort Ky. "I Saffell, Ohas. L. McKee, Reuben Taylor and Horace Brady, who reported the following as the County Committee to serve for the next four years: Court-hous- e D. B. Walcutt, J. W. Woolfolk, W. B. Robinson, W. S. Saffell. "$100 EEWARD. February 1, 1892, four hundred and eighteen dollaisln money and u flno gold open case watch and chain. I will nay the above reward for the arrest and conviction of the thief. Feb.B-tf- li pi ' THERE WAS STOLEN FROM MY P0CKET8 1 on the streets of Frunkfort ,n Monday, . A. J. tiUOWALTEB. 1 ?: !" Peter Bell, Ben U. Weitzel, Jake Ahler. Sayer, J. Ed Lane, W. S. Morris, y Market-hous- e Gas-hous- e SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, NEW YORK, N.Y. Kr. Farm for gale. T7ARM OF I. G. MAIIKSBDRY, ONE MILE 1 from Bagdad, hy., containing 120 acres, well Improved and all In grass, will be sold at a on, IM .1 N. B. Greenup, C. L. McKee. Bellepoint Powell Nichols. Forks of Elkhorn 0. P. Greenup. Switzer Buck Newton. W. Parker. BloomingtonJ. C. Suter. Advice to Wokem If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, bargain. For terms and other Information call Dec. JAS. ANDREW St. OTT. 25-3- Peak's MU1--- G. Suppressed or Irregular struation you must use Men- RoVt. n-iy. Flat Creek Pete Brawner. Bald Knob J. W. Pierce. Benson Sam Stigers. Cedar Run J. W. Bashford. Bridgeport Geo. Russell. BPranHia Frankfort, Ky. ; L'.i i County Court. Boom Number, BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR OAnTEnsvnxB, April 26, 1880. This will certify that two members of my family, of tor having suffered for immediate years from Menstrual Irregularity being treated without teneflt by physicians, were at length completelycuredby one bottle of Bradflold' Feinalo ItcKUlator. IU effect Is truly wonderful. J. W. Stuamcje. Book to " WOMAN " mailed TOEE, which conUlns . TAluablo Information on all female '. :ii l'. i. " jf v A Tribute to a' Faithful Teacher. At the meeting of the Board of School Trustees at which the resigna-o- f Miss Julia R. Todd, as a teacher in the school, was accepted, the follow ing testimonial wab ordered prepared and presented to Miss Todd, it is a fitting tribute to a faithful and efficient teacher. & ,l' H thorough and painstaking instruction and excellent discipline. For many years she has been at the head of the common school department, which she has conducted with entire satisfaction to the School Boards, and profitable and rapid advancement of the pupils, and in which she has demonstrated that she has no superior. The death of Proi. S. P, Browder, during a term, caused a vacancy in the position of Superintendent for four months. She was appointed to the position, and under her control the school of six hundred and fifty pupils was never better conducted or made more satisfactory advancement. Her resignation is notin accordance with the wishes of either the Board or herself, and we very much regrqt the necessity that compellsher to change her place of residence. Wo commend her as among the most advanced and thorough educators of the State, and as a disciplinarian to be absolutely the equal of the best. Socially connected with the best and oldest families in the State, a Christian lady of rare worth and Frankfort, Ky., March 4, 1892. This bears cheerful testimony that Miss Julia R. Todd has been actively engaged as a teacher in the Public Schools of Frankfort, Ky., continuously for the past eighteen years, embracing work in all grades. In each and every department she has merited the highest commendation for The Oarrollton Democrat comes to An immense crowd was in town us this week a sixteen page paper, Monday attending County Court, and trade upon the streets was brisk, the handsomely illustrated, with all the prices being a little bettor than usual. business interests of Oarrollton It D. P. Bentley, tho gifted and noted written up in splendid style. shows that the little city ot the mouth auctioneer, reports the following sales: 12 horses from $10 to 114; 6 of the Kentucky is a live, mules from 25.50 to 90; 20 head of place, and that her merchants have cattle, $17 per head; 11 plenty of snap and business energy to make their city doublo its popula4 per head. sheep at reports tion before the down of another H. F. Showalter, auctioneer, tho following sales: 10 head of sheep century. We congratulate Brother at 4:30 per head; one stallion 164; 16 Gullion on his enterprise in getting head of cattle, 4.20 per heud; 1 horse out such a handsome edition. 92; 2 cows, 16 and 23; 6 horses. 13, Death of Mrs. Wingate. 18,.22, 25, 42 and 08; 1 cow 29; 3 head of mules, 39, 52 and 08. Mrs. Bettie Ewing Wingate, widow of tho lato Isaac Wingate, died at A Philanthropist. her homo on Third street Thursday Mr. A. W. Overton, seeing tho morning after a lingering illness. street crossings and the sidewalks at She was a most excellent Christian the intersection of St. Clair and lady and had been a great sufferer Muin streets in such a miserable con- for more than a year post. She dition Tuesday afternoon, went to loaves three children to mourn her Councilman Darnell and induced loss. Tho funeral took place yesterday him to have the fire department wash off with tho hose. Mr. Overton afternoon from her lato residence, them deserves tho thanks of all pedestrians and the remains were interred in the who have to pass that point, and it family lot in the cemetery. iB to be hoped that Councilman DarThe Hancock Sale. nell or some other member of tho Fire Department will have tho dose Tho sale of Mrs. L. D. Hancock, repeated as often aa tho crossings executrix of tho late G. W. Hancock, get into as bad condition. The city is not using tho water now for flush- took place on Wednesday and was ing gutters and she ought to be conducted by H. F. Showalter, Ho reports tho atentitled to clean off the crossings auctioneer. tendance largo, bidding lively and with it. prices good. Cattle brought 12 per joy, that merri- head and horses from 210 to 1,200. "What makes that ment?" in things proportions. Other Rheumatic pains, neuralgic gout, Loiderkranz was tho only ono of the tion Salvation Oil has put to ino stallions put up, and was sold Oil for healing sent, Lexington parties. Salvation Oil, the liniment. go-ahea- d ORCHARD . 1872, LAWN, 1891 GARDEN. dliejue. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA, QA. ffOH 8AZE BT JLLL MtUQCHaXM. plants. Wo IMMENSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN-- 1 tal trees, small fruits, shrubs, vine and , PRICES LCW. have no agents nnd our profits cease where theirs begin. General and strawberry catalogues on application to H. F. HILLENMEYEB, Lexington, Ky. 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Tho work of revision occupied over ton years, mora than hundred editor lielntf employed, unci over 61300,000. .''J. send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money If the treatment does not effect n cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE & GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLK, Frnnklort, Ky. To euro any case. With each order received by in for six boxes, accompanied with SG.iiO, we will $500 Reward! We will pay tho above rewurd for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot uure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions tire strictly compiled with. They are purely Vegetable und never fall to glvo witlflfac-tloSugar Coated . Large boxes, containing U0 Pills, 26 cents. Bewar? of counterfeits and Imitations. The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN 0. WK8T CKMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. For sale by all druggls . n. lC-l- exiiondtsilWloroflvstcopywaKorlntod. SOLD DY AIL DO0KSELLEn8. rout-Salva- PampliUt uoi.t livo by tlio publlnhors. CAUTION Is needed In piirelTwing a dictionary, U'l photographic reprint of mi obsolete und coinpirotlvoly worthless edition of Webster aro being ni.irlcetcd under various names and often by misrepresentation. . GET THE BEST, Tho International, which Iwars imprint or G. Si C. MUltKIAM & CO., J'ubllsliors, Springfield, Minn., V, ti. A. Feb.G-fit. , "Y wfW,V!OT,r,W,r'' '"'sv''-- riK .- T'""ll Tsr'e, y . "wsf "7ff v" wt i 'TT!W"r 'TTn -- 'rwrafFj i ? 5 ' We begin the new year with a more complete lin e of goods than ever before. Buggies, ,wwr Phaetons, - OK, 18 bds3 "I r . e .- A full line of HAND-MADE HARNESS, All prices. WAGON HARNESS, PLOW Surrys andj Road Carts in many styles. PHiOlSJ Of every j.all la GEAI?, and vnriety of SADDLES. Mess)S. Mastin Bros.: m :air !S 2 sizes. Kfififil description and repairs for same. Harrows, Seed Sowers, Corn RKftS f5pjp o Gentlemen: After having used the Oliver and other Chilled Plows for years, we were induced to try the VULCAN, and without hesitation pronounce it the strongest, lightest draft, and the easiest handling plow we have ever used. No one will make a mistake in buying it. Very respectfully, J. & W. H . LEWIS, C. & II. W. NOEL, SIDNEY BEDFORD, BOWEN & II0LT0N, A . W. HACK Planters, Cultivators, 4c. i What wo advertise you will find we keep. it to your interest to call and see us. ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. WM. JON ES, LIN, TV. J. ED WILEY, JOHN GODDARD. And we are sure that we can make m r FMNKFOfiT FRANKFORT. MAR. 12, 1892. JMKjZk. SSTXIXr ROUNDABOUT AN INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL BUILDING At tlie World's Columbian Exposition. IV !G The following time table i effect npon tho L. & N. road: TBAIN8 WEST. TIME TABLE. now No.231eavesFrnnkfort No. 17 lenvefl Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort No IDloavoR Frankfort TUAINBEABX. 5:50 a. m 9:40 a. m 3:00 p. m. 7:38 p.m. No. 18 loaves Frankfort 4:35 p. m. No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... 7.48 p. v. 9:15 p. nj. No. 22 leaves Frankfort Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange Nim. 28 and 21 connect for Cincinnati. at Anchorage for filoomtielcl Branch. W. W. .... 10:10 a. m. Alexndkb, Airent. April ist Is the date of Dr. L. P. Walter's next visit to this city. Read his advertisement. P. M. at Swallowfield". Mr. O. O. Kenney was appointed Postmaster at Swallowfield, this coun, ty, on Monday. Tlie New Judge. Judge J. Harry Brent, the newly appointed Judge of the Superior Court, arrived in tho cityWednesday. qualified and took his seat upon tho bench. - o First of tlie Season. Mr. S. A. Parrent broke ground Wednesday morning for the foundation of a cottage residence on his lot a part of the old McOarty property on Campbell street he purohased last fall. fcV Card Party. Mrs. Judge Caswell Bennett gave a card party Monday evening in honor of her guests, Miss Bruce, of Louis- ville, and MIbs Fowler, of Lexington. The prizes were won by Miss Katie Green and Mr. Craik Jackson. Box Party. Mr. Will. A. Lewis gave a box party at the performance of the Little Tycoon Tuesday night, in honor of Miss Nettie Ross, of Lexington. The bthers present were Misses Lizzie Hudson and Margaret Lewis and Messrs. Julian Tilford and Will McOlure. An who Important Difference. To make It apparent to thousands, think themselves ill, that they are not affeoted with any disease, but that the system simply needs cleans ing, is to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition is oasily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup 6o. 20-4- t. Sight Restored. Mrs. Logan, of this city, sister of Judge Qeorgo 0. Drane, returned this week from Springfield, Ohio, where she wont to have hor eyes treated by Dr.T.F. Bliss. Tho sight of one eye was entiroly obscured by cataract, the other being only partially so. Dr. Blisa removed both cataracts, the operation being entirely successful, and Mrs. Logan now enjoys perfect sight. QUINN'S fair. Taking Collection. Tiie Time for It is ho best preparation I havocvcruscdorhciird X of. 1 heartily recommend it to ull Horseman." 5 It is suggested that Sunday Schools in the United States take their colWcluxva hundred of such testimonials. lections as near February 22nd, 1892, Price, S1.50 per bottle. AsfeyourdraggWtforlt. Iflo (Washington's Birthday; or as soon docs not kM. p I., wnd uaZc. stamnor sliver, fortrlol ex. TRADEMARK, thereafter as possible. w. u. JUDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. mm fl I cW s Sm That Canadian Sunday Schools holding summer sessions, take their collections as near July 1st, 1892, (Dominion Day) as possiblo, and the year 1893. schools that do not hold summer sesas follows, viz: It is proposed First. To exhibit a model Sunday sions, take their collections as near School Buildlnc as an illustration of March 1st, 1892, as possible. As the J our work and as a specimen that need all the building committee will time they can obtain for may bo copied by others. of their plans, Second, In this building, by maps, the perfection is requested from etc., all pictures,, books, prompt action charts, plats, tables, papers, etc., to show the present con- contributors. Where to Send the' Money. dition of Sunday School Work in different parts of tho world. The special committee appointed Third, To illustrate tho growth at Chautauqua to take charge of the -AND DEALER LN- and progress of Sunday School for matter have selected Mr. R. W. Modern Hare, a n exanicle-r-Th- e beginning of business man of i Sunday Schools in England; Pioneer Chicago, (Also Treasurer of the Illi-- ; Sunday School work in America; as nois state Sunday School Association) conducted by the American Sunday to act as Treasurer of the building PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN CTO School Union; as conducted by the fund. Therefore, all contributions JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK denominations; aq promoted for "World's Fair Sunday School different GUARANTEED. by conventions, institutions, etc. Building" should bo forwarded to. Advanced methods of organized R. W. Hare, Treasurer, Opposite Stato House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Sunday School Work; as carried for- Care of B. F. Jacobs, No. 99 Washward by the International, State, ington street, Chicago, III. provincial and torritoral organizaIn sending your contribution give Thorough, Practical Instruction. tions, and by thfe different denomina- the name of your Sunday School, the 5S5Q STCntaloKue free. Write to unions, union place where it is located, the denomiprimary tions; teacher'B meeting, normal classes, nation to which you belong, the BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, ICY. and the Loyal Sunday School Army. total number of officers and teachers; The International Lesson System; tho total number of scholars (all """ as shown by the work of tho Com ages) and the amount of your conmittee, and by the work of the tribution. When contributions are publishers of Sunday School papers, sent from individuals give the name magazines, quarterlies, lesson rolls, and address of each person who concards,' pictures, books, maps, charts, tributes one dollar or more and the DIXIE'S FAVORITE. FOR THE WOODS OF THE SOUTH IT HQS l0 EQUy.. amount given by each. banners, black boards, etc. Th patent by which this Saw is protected consists of a depression of tho faco of tho Practical methods in Sunday School Solicited cutting teeth through the center from point to base, thus removing all friction whllo work, teacher's meetings, and trainTho earnest in use, giving strength and stlilhess to the teeth and Increasing three-foltho duraing classes; normal classes in tho offlfinrn find mflmliers of the of all the Commit bility of tho "set." WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD to product) a Saw school; primary classes and kinder tees of equaling tho ATKINS FAST CUTTING DEXTER. garten methods; libraries, best books county State, provincial, territorial, or parish, ana townsnip orand system; boys brigades and mis- ganizations, and all pastors, officers sion bands; industrial school conengaged nected with Sunday Schools; home and teachersis solicted. in Sunday classes connected with the Sunday School work, SunIn behalf Schools; systematic house to house day School. of the International per Ilnnillcs, PRICE .S'lvcr Steel, Inclndlimr lluudlcs, 81.00 per foot. visitation, etc Spccinl Steel, Without .75 foot. Executive Committee. Fourth To use the building as a B. F. Jacobs, Chairman. Sunday School headquarters and BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Howard W. Hunter, Kentucky's reception room during the Exposi- Representative on tho International Tho large demand for the Atkins Concave Tooth Dexter Saw has led competitors to mako Inferior Saws which they claim "as good as tho Dexter. ' These imitation 8aws aro mado from a tion, any if possible to use it as a lower grado of steel, inferior workmanship, and without tho patent concavo tooth. headquarters for colporteur work Executive Committeo. Ask your hardwaro dealer for tho "Atkins Dexteii" and tako no other. If tho dealer will and personal christian work on the Beware of Ointments for not order it for you, remit amount with order direct to us. ground. Catarrli that Contain To arrange for holding special Ind. Memphis, Tenn. Mercury, Sunday School conferences and talks; CO., ATKINS n Minn. Chattanooga, Tenna ana and addressed by qualified workers in various depart- As mercury will surely destroy Men 0. 0. w. ments of Sunday School work, and the sense of smell and comto uso it for such other purposes as pletely derange the whole system may he determined by the f Interna- when ontering it through the mucous tional Executive Committeo. surfaces. Such articles should novor be used except on proscriptions from Plans for the Building. reputable physicians, as tho damage It is proposed to offer primiums of Fb ten fold to tho good 9500, 250, 150 ana $iuu, respectively they will do taBmmmmaMmmmmmmmm for the best four plans for tho build- you can possibly derive from them. manufactured(by ing, the awards to be made by a Hall's Catarrh (Jure, Toledo, 0., concommitteo appointed by tho Interna- P. J. Ohonoy & Co., inand is tional Sunday School Executive Com- tains no mercury, directly taken the upon ternally, and acts mittee; the plans chosen to be tho blood of tho property of thq committeo, and to system. and mucous surfaces Catarrh NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON In buying Hall's STREET, bo placed on exhibition in tho Cure be sure you get the genuine. It-ibuilding. taken internally, and mado in To Provide the Means. Toledo, Ohio, by P. J. Cheney & Co. It is proposed to raise tho sum of BSySoldby Druggist, price 7ft per $25,000 for the building, and an addi- bottle. 4. TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. tional sum for expenses by contributions from Sunday Schools and indi- A Distinguisliccl Evangelviduals, tho collection to bo made as TELEPHONE 1050. RING 2. follows: ist to Visit Frankfort. Each Sunday School is requested to give an amount equal to not less than Rev. J. B. Culpopper, of Georgia, ton cents for each officer and tho groat evangelist, will begin a reteacher, and one cent for each Boholar connected with tho school vival at tho Methodist Church in this (this is tho smallest amount, and city Sunday morning, March 20th. scholars are requestod to give a Mr. Oulpoppor is tho equal of Sam and Lot for Sale. larger amount if able to do soj one Jones, and has met with wonderful Contributions of not less than dollar, and as large an amount as success in his evangelistic work. In OK MRS. A MEETtVfi OP ERE WIM, possible, to bo solicitod from indi- many cities business houses have milHtockholdurs of UK l' ik's Mill TurnplknTHE, milK HOUSE AND LOT ollerwl for M. T. tiRUN- l inn. 011 Ami street, is Co 1 sale at bar- tho Lot 70 by 200 feet, viduals. olosed up in ordorthat tho merchants at the Court House in Krunkfort. Monday, March Kiiln. of ten rooms upon with brick it. Engraved certificates containing a might attend his services. 14th, 1892, to elect directors for tho coming house terms upjiljr to i'or ie.tr. By order of pioturo of tho building will bo sent B. W. rtRBGORY. J03. SWIOKRT, to each school contributing not less 101 President. "" Street. v eb. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. than tho amount named above, giv Feb. 1? At tho meeting of the International Executive Committee of the International Sunday School Convention, and at tho conference of the Sunday School Workers held at Chautauqua, New York, in August last, it was unanimously decided to request tho Sunday School Workers of America to unite in the erection of a model Sunday School building to be erected upon the "World's Fair Ground," in connection with the ''Columbian Ex- gosition," to be held in the city of ing the namo and location of the school and tho amountgiven towards the building. And similar certificates will be sent to all individuals contributing one dollar or more. All contributions will bo acknowledged by mail and a record of the names of all school? and individuals, and tho amount given by each will be kept in the building during the Hiii iiiilllllMIIIIIIIIII JAY-EYE-S- EE Mr. J. I. Case, (Hickory Grovo Farm, homo -of Kacluc, Wis., tuys: "After trying known remedy, Iremocd n largo Bunch " oi ,yo years standing, from a ii year old illly, Z witu ib reo applications of 2 Jay-Eyc-Se-c) --'- WHY, EDWARD CLAASSEN lumber, GasSteam Fitter well-know- 3as Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, KUUA RGErlK Atkins' Paten! Concave Tooth Dexter. d J well-know- E.C. & BS Plants, Bulbs. Seeds. Metal Designs. 8, J. THOMPSON, s Rose Buds a Specialty, floral Designs. Turnpike Notice. two-stor- y 25-S- t. tffo? JWiUkiSV..i,, KajE! ,.i.'i). "i ' vmtih Baffii sikiiiiLwia xi HHSI ? vnprqTf riar'irpv. ' r 6 .t j V i-- H 1 Ready for Spring Trade in the most complete IS "JL" I S IT-rCrjr-.-- ISBeady for Spring Trade with a large line of - I r j a China Store ess Cook sioves Ranges. Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double 10889 Religions. In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns I am closing out. goods. No trouble to show 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. J U,QJ.M J JOT. T. BUCKLEY. ruin by tho base city villian, George Leighton, who declines to enter into We would ht greatly obliged to tlie a matrimonial compact. This causes ministers and officers: ol churches! n the tho death of Jean's parents and she city if they would furnish us with nny announcement! wliicl they ma wish vows to be bitterly revenged on her betrayer. She, accordingly, assumes made.l an alias, and is known in certain Now at York circles whore fast young men Baptist Church Sunday-scho9:30 in the chapel. Public worship at sow their wild oats as "La Belle 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Marie." She is so completely dis3tev. W. 0. Taylor, the pastor. guised that her former lover does not know her, and she has little difficulty First Presbyterian' Church The in winning him again, thus leading at 11 a. him on to financial and social ruin. usual services m. and 7:30 p. in., conducted by Rev. Incidentally George succeeds in J. McClusky Blayney, D. D., the pas- having his step brotner, Earl Leigh-ton- ) ordered out of the house and tor. homo by bribing a reporter, Jack Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Martin, to insert an article in tho paper alluding to tho drunken escapade Tenick, the rector, will occupy of some wild young men and referthe pulpit at Ascension Church to- ring to young Leighton by his chrismorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at tian name. When Papa Leighton is about to take Earl back at tho urgent 7:30 p. m. , solicitation of his sweetheart, Edith, and his sister Grace, George makes Catholic Church The usual his gullible sire believe that "La companion, services at the Church of the Good Belle Marie" is Earl's the office was that will be con" due toher presence in blackmailing .Shepherd her intention of 'ducted by Hev. Father W. E. Goroy, ' the family, and that he had been compelled to buy her silence by billthe pastor. 8 a. m., second mass ing out a cheque for 1,000, to which First mass at the old gentleman's name had previat 10:30 a. m., and vespers at 3 p. m. ously been siened. Earl becomes the inmate of a Bow-- 1 ery lodging-housChristian Church Rev. George goes into a fit at thewhore ho anearly at 11 soap, and playfully sight of bar of IDarsie will preach declares that and 7:30 as usual. Night subject: even tho water runs when he stands by the side of a river. Jack Martin, 'The Divine Pity." is also an inmato of Young People's Society of Christian the lodging-hous- e and dies in tho pray- the "Endeavor will hold their weekly arms of Earl, entrusting him with a at locket belonging to his sister Jean, er meeting in the Lecture-room- , whom ho knew to be masquerading 1 p. m. under a false name as "La Belle Marie." Methodist Church Rev. H. G. Earl goes to his father's office to obHenderson will preach a preparatory tain money to bury the reporter, and sermon to the revival in his Church while hiding behind a screen, overmorning at 11 o'clock and hears "La Belle Marie" sneer at George for passing her off as Earl's in the evening at 7:30. friend. Subsequently he persuadee .Sunday-schoconvenes at 9:30 a. m. her to modify her revenge, and as'The Epworth League will meet in sist him to unmask his brother's dra- y to old Mr. Leighton. The fcho class room at 0:45 o'clock p. m. matic climax is brought about by Mr. Heiiderson extends a cordial Earl after a preconcerted underinvitation to the members of tho standing with his sweetheart interjust Oeneral Assembly to attend these rupting the wedding toceremoniesmarsecure by as George expected services. riage tho inheritance of Edith to cover his defalcations. "La Belle Marie" Presbyterian Church alBO arrives on tho scono at this juncSouthern her disguise ture, The protracted meeting, which was veals throws off George as thoand regolden herself to commenced at the Southern Presby- haired Jean Inglesido, who had finally terian Church on Thursday evening carried out the revenge he so justly will bo continued during next week. deserved. fair tho acting, it is Jtev. I. S. McElroy, of Lexington, is to Concerning Agnes Herndonbutwith apcredit G. assisting tho pastor, Rev. W. great histrionic cleverness Tho Gallic dialect she assumes is the accent Seville. there and intonation of a real French woand after man. will be three services each day m., g at 10 o'clock a. prayer-meetinSSSSfiSl preaching at 3 o'clock, in tho afterFOR 40 YEARS DR. WM noon and at 7:30 in tho evening. i Mr. McElroy will occupy the pulpit morning at 11 o'clock and ol 1. u U wJ&LJu 1 . -- M ',-' '$ .; If you have a buggy, carriage or set of harness which needs repairing take it to tho Kentucky Buggy tn.d Harness Company on east Broadway All work promptly executed t5-t- f. Kentucky Central Eailwav- BlUataCntb. OF CINCINNATI. O , 4 1" BLUB GRASS ROUTE,' Shorten lamJ Quickest ruutcfrou i i i et w will he at the MMttrt f nuiw FEOEEriX HOTEli, is lexingtox. ky., CKNTIIAIi KICSTUCKY ro ALL POINTr- IiaaiH, EAST. WEST, till SOUTHWEST. Saturday, March 5, 1892 Sxiurday, March 26, 1892. I'AHl LlNEIETWEE LEXINGTON Mirglcal SO AND CINCINNATI. NOV. 15TII.1891. pSbin? .inn i r.i )k HfcMORRHOIDS (Piles) cilrtd without iM'iition and wltii little or no pain. lEUULE IN KVH.LT reeeukvcks .T. . UWiE oyatMf vi-rsr .mini W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort. Ky. J A. Scott Frankfort, Kv. Dr. K. M. (Jober, Frankfort Ky. V. Berberlch, Frankfort, hv. Hev. L. P. Hulett. Dens n. Ky. A. II, JlcCIure, Frankfurt. Ky. iV. J. i ujlie. Frankfort. Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jin. SI. Wlthron, hr.mkfoit, Ky. joutii iifiuuu T. Stiten, Fiankfort. Ky. too, S, .No. 5, No 1, rACCOlll. Ddll). Excun. wuily K.t)ies.-- i.islilne Ex buu. o lU.llii o lb a in b UOiJiii 2 oSjiin a wspn ti i I i e, w iV to-morr- ol vil-lan- Gone mad' tho person with bad blood who's not taking Dr. Piorco's Golden Medical at 2C0 DR. KKLLEY'.S Discovery. You aro bereft of judg- WV.st Mghth street.office and reslilenco Is lie may Cincinnati, iiii'iwlicrd ment and good sense if you allow bo fou id over) duy nf oicli week oxeept SA dlienhes jfanip lets discrlblnc tliu your blood to get out of order, your a id tne mode of treatment free to any 01 o W. I. KKLIjEY. M. 1)., bj in dressing liver sluggish lifo dull, everything 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. blue, for you may soon find out that COXSl'LTATION FREE. in tho grave or next to it you're because you did not procurp tho lUr jrou written Xf ycu G. M. D. soon enough, and some in yet? Itaren't, wlidoni droad disease, may bo influenza mil tntelllefnt ambition tuggest or consumption, may bo typhoid wilto I or malarial fever, has taken you. n MJiSa sVsWAWiyi "iriWH promts you mr speciil, personal Consumption is Lung Scrofula. For attention. I un- lertake to briefly Scrofula in its myriad forms, and eacu any mint ntelllgent person for all Liver, Blood and Lung disit either sex, utu lan read and eases, the "Discovery" is an wriie, and vtho. After Instruction, Everybody, now remedy. will work Indu. trlouslr, how tc " "played-out,- " n and then, feels " earnllirea Thousand DolK a r with no power to generate rear In theti owr. localities, whera- in fact, just too sick to be vitality, ercr they live. will also furulsh well. That's where tho right kind the situation or mplojmnt, a' of medicine comes in, and the "Diswhich you can earn that amount. covery" does for a dollar what tho I chares nothlnc and receive noth doctor wouldn't do for less than fivo Int unless as above. or ten. Nothlnr difficult ia team, or that Wo claim that nothing like it has requires much tune, i aesire imi been discovered for a one person from each district or It's guaranteed by the makers. Your county. bavcal ready taufht aud is returned if it dosen't benemoney ii provided wflhein MP I'tUti il jw"WHinni 4af w cj Dlorment a large fit or cure you. aessrnumber who are TUR-DAY- iiVcJliicliuiiitl. 1VU st-- SiffiW! Zl i. un-cqual- ed aK&v' , Fnlniuuili. b 4011111 'J J Willi Cyiuliian.i lUJdlll 0 OJiiiu 0 SGpn. 1'aria . , , 11 lMiu lUopm Ii lUpm " LeAinetoii lzil-ui- i 11 UUpIl 7 00PHI Glfipiii Lv I'.irts . . . 11 'Ann b oOlDii ArrU'inchestei li. lUini 7 03jin Ho Vi'lliuliester 8 UOpm 1 .lopm Air Kiclnnond Lvc Kichmoml. 1 rfopin ojplil I.e Uerrj . . . iillOjjM A rloiviiiKitcjii y 15pm Lu Llvliii,rstoa. Lvp Loudua . . 4 10)lll Arr Corbln. . . 4 50)1111 Lvd torbla. . . ' D OJpm Lvo li.irb'nlllu. lipiii Me I'lnevillo. . 7 3511111 l.Vf311ddlub'li. Arrtum'btiay. 7 oojim Lve Corbin. . . 4 Oupiu Lvo Wlliia'sbV.! 5 40pm Arr Jtllico... . U l))iii Lve Richmond 1 jitpm Lve Lancaster.. 4 15pm Arr " " OVlllgtOII. bVil III 'A hi ii . i I."' 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Lve Uerea. . . -J Mum 58am 7 47am 8 85am 9 25am 9 sEam 10 11am 11 05am 11 15111 .... ... 12 lOnn 7 WKENimusllL BBflVIN CUREfMl BP fl sH W VsN1 M Lve Winchester 7 10am 7 45am Arr Paris Lve Lexington. 7 00am 3 45pm 4 26pm Arr Paris. . . . 7 53am Lvo Cynthiana. 8 21am 4 48pm Lvo Falmouth,. 9 23.im 530pm G37pm Arr Covington. 1054am 045pm . . . . Arr Cincinnati. 11 00.im MAySVILLE BRANCH. No. 10, No, 19 North-bounOadv. Daily, (Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun Arr Winchester . 6 05im 12 41pm G 1241pm ' .... 65am 135pm 1 55pm 2 27pm 2 00pm 2 37pm 3 07pm 4 01pm 6 35pm 5 45pm u li X rvi To-da- y Tho Most Successful Remedy overdlscov crnd, as It Is certain In lis effects and docs not Muter. Read proof below : Kendall's Spavin Cure. SltrnwooD, Mel., May 2, '00. Dr. n. J. Kendai r. Co.: Oents About threo years nco I wroto to you nbout a liorso I owne.l wlio had a Spuvln. I used 6lx bottles ol your KeudaU'ft bpavlu Cure, and It mud? a complete Cure. 1 have recommended Jtto others who have used it will IIWo sneers. Una. Annus E. Knuuuox. Lve. P.iri, . . Arr. Millersburg Arr Carlisle. . . Arr. Johnson . . Arr. faVsvllle. . Lve. Cincinnati Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington . . . 7 00 7 55 8 40am 9 34 a m 10 10 am 8 18am G38pm 7 to p m 754pm 830pm 2 65 pm 302 pm a in 5 20 p m a m 015pm CUI133S South-Houn- to-morr- At 7:30 p. m. Hals Balsam! family remedy for LOSS OF APPETITE, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplefli-ness- , Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Energy, Weakness of Back, i'eeling3 of Lunguor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc. In uro for 25 yearn iv omlnont phynlclans and humooiiH In the United Htuto, and pronounced by tlu'in ih best TONIC extrint 1'. iMiren where all otlitira fall. Try it and be convinced. Astt your Dru.gUt for It No. 9, No. n. Daily. Daily, Ex. Sun, Ex. Sun . Are You in It; Halo's Household Cough Cure to allay tho first irritation caused by a sudden cold. This is the finest remedy in tho world for every kind of cough. You jfeel tho good effect of the first dose, and by thorough using your cough is .soon cured. 25 and 50c. bottles at .Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. -- FOR THE LUNGS. Hub been n , never-fallin- g COLDS, COUGHS. CONSUMPTION, HOARSENESS, KOBE THROAT, PNEUMONIA, CATARRH, INFLUENZA, ACUTE BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, CllROMC AND WIIOOPL G COUOH. CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN INTHESIDE AND SPITTING OF J3LOOD, and why not? If not, keep on handWhy don'tof you Dr. a bottle always Kendall's Spavin Cure. Linden, Warren Co., Va., June 22, 18S9. J. Kendall Co.: Dear Sirs I must Bay that I onco tried a bottle of your Kendall's Spavin Cure on a colt, and It entirely removed a bone spiiviu and I did not uBoafl tho bottlo In removing lu Tho horse Is alxor seven yearn old, very sound, andhos done hard work all of tho time. E. Kinostok Sausbubt. Respect ully yours, Dn. B. tliree-year-ol- d Lve. Johnson . Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . Arr. Cincinnati . 8.11 KNOTT, Lve.Masville . 5 20 11 111 5 67 II m G 50 0 m 7 15 a m 7 40 II III 8 28am 10 51 n in 11 00 n in 150 227 3 3 0 0 410pm 700pm 87pm 45pm 20pm 45pm pm pm all diseases of tho Throat, Lending to Chest and Lungs 3 Kendall's Spavin Cure, Columbia, Ala., July 21, 1889. Dn. I). J. Kendall Co. : I havo effectually removed one case of Genu bono npuvln with your Kendall's Spavin Cure. I cheerfully recommend It to all. K. O. Kmiqut. Reapcctf ully, Price $1 perbottlo,orstxbottlosfor$S. All drug, gists havo It or can get It for you, or It will be sent to any address on receipt of prlco by tho proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Aug. .Engagement Extraordi- nary, Be.' ' Revenge. Jean Inglesido is an inno-- .' 'cent village maiden who is lured to Miss Agnes Herndon, in hor successful play, appears at tho Opera House on Tuesday evening, March Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. 15th, in tho characters of Jean Ingle-- PRICE 25C, 50C, Si. 00. '.side and Mario Du Bois, in a Woman's DR. WM. HALLOO., NEW YORK. Oct. DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM cont tins no opium, morphine, nornny deleterious drug. It floothes and heals the Membrane of tho Lungs, Inflamed and poisoned by disease, and prevents night It Is sweats and tightness across the chest. pleasant to tho taste Besnroandask for DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take no other. For sale by PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTLE. J. W. ED RAY & CO., PA.BI8, Manfs. and 1S.TC. Proprs., E. AVERILL, Sole Agent, My, Eno8burgh Falls, Vormont .7unel8-ljr- .' Frankfort, Ky. C.P.ATMORE. Hon. Pass. Agt. Trafllc Manager. General Ofllces, Louisville, Ky. Oen'l Tubs, Afj't. S. F. B. MORSE, Asst. Ofllce, ChamberofCommerceBldg.IClnclnnatl, O, No. 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday, No. 2 Runs dally excopt Sunday from Lexington lo Cincinnati. No.l Runs dully No. 4 Huns dally from nil stations except tlie Rowland Division, wbtcli Is dally except Sunday. No. 0 Dally except Sunday. No 5. runs dally except Sunday between Cincinnati and Lexington. No. 16 Parlo and Lexington Accommodation dally. Leaves Lexington 10,00 a. m. Arrives Paris 10:'5a. m No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Leaves Cincinnati 5.15 p. m Arrives Falmouth 7:0ft p. in., dally except Sunday. Loaves Falmouth 6 a. m. Arrives CinNo. 8 cinnati 7.55 a. in., dally except Sunday. Nos, land 8 mako connections at Winchester for points on the N.N.& M.V. Ry., E. D. No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all Intermediate stations and runs dally, ' Ma 'WWfflBTraH . 7 v4y MmuM k - w .&$& H We are now showing a new line of ifia rbelized Iron Clocks and Sterling Silver Ware. Sterling pieces in satin lin d silk plush cases a specialty. Bronze Clocks, iron Clocks, Bronge Figures. M. A. IPilla. SELBERT, 233 St. Clair Street. through a largo torritory anJempties into Charlotte Harbor, near Punta Gorda. This river, along its banks and in the bed or bottom of same and its tributaries, largo and small, and most all tho lands adjoining and adjacent thereto, is filled with phosphate of different kinds, of which 1 can self-evide-nt row iv and other stories, to tell any of which would spin this out too long. Tho counties here are very large in this portion of the State, and only ono IT .Act on a now principle -- regulating railroad running through from Bartow the liver, stomach and bowels though Junction to Punta Gorda. Un county the nerveH. A new discovery. Dr. K or circuit court days they will M Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, come to their county Boats forty and bad taste, torpicHiver, piles, constipa- give only an outline. It is a nicy miles, and st ly sometimes two tion. Splendid for men, women and fact that tho whole State is weeks children. Smallest, mildest, surest. made from the washings of tho Atlan- on theor more at a time, sleeping out ground every night while in 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at tic Ocean and tho Gulf of Mexico; town. They raiso tho corn they use y W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. J. that thousands of years ago it was for their horses. Tho cattle graze inhabited by a race of people of only, even when worked; rarely being Letter from Florida. whom we have no history and by ani- fed on corn. Almost every farmer A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE KNOWN FOR 15 YEARS AS mals, the bones of which are being raises sugar cane (not sorghum 1, THE BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. found from ten to twenty or more making tneir own sugar and syrup, Orlando, Fla., PREPARED BV RICHARD50N-TAYL0- H MED. CO. ST. LOUIS M0. $ ground in immense tne uest 1 nave ever seen since my feet under tho March 7th. 1892. quantities, some of whichl have seen boyhood days, when none but New Editor Roundabout: Orleans and sugar-hous- e molasses I have been absont from home near with my own eyes. three weeks, coming alone. Some of Some" of these bones aie petrified was so d in tho State of Kentucky. Uli, Wiiat a Cough. my family have ahvays heretofore some in their natural form. At Mr.sfc 1 say, and stato it broadly, that these come with mo in my trips t Florida. I doubted ther being bones, but af cr are the most independent peoplo I Will you heed tho warning; tho This time, on account of sickness in being in so many mines, besideslind-in- g have ever known. They seem to be signal perhaps of the sure approach ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W them in the rivers, creeks and poor, but tliey aro the richest peoplo the family of relatives, they could not come, but urged me to go, which branches, I gave in. This phosphate i have over seen. Everything they of that moro terrible disease ConAsk yourself if I reluctantly did, after much persua is found, from the large bones of ani- have is theirs, if thoy want anything sumption? the sake of savingyou can RBAI. BSTA.TJB AGENT. 50c, to sion from the different members of mals as named, down to the pebble they have something to sell to get it, afford, for THE COURTS n mv familv. phosphate. Tho latter reminds me cattle, hogs, oranges, sugar or syrup. run the risk and do nothing for it. ITT ILL PRACTICE . IN r?"-una . inn ftnininincv . tf xfaimuu I left on tho morning of the 17th of very much of the pebbles that are The two latter of which they make We know from experience that "" ,. BiTo ipcini attention to counties, and ii" cure or n February, having bougtft a round found in all our creeks and branches from thirty to forty barrels per acre, Shiloh's Cure willThiB your cough. BUU ?&! wt. explains why and over tho Kontuoky Mid- in Kentucky. getting as much aa fifty cents a gallon It never fails. trip ticket Inntt-lmoro than a Million Bottles were being the one in for tho syrup. Tho difference land, via Georgetown to Jacksonville, Kentucky is mostly flinty, this is of a Florida is certainly a great country. sold the past year. It relieves croup Florida. The Midland road did something soft nature. When ground up and I have lived to be what is known as and whooping cough at once. for me, for which I. shall ever fuel the acids put in it easily decomposes an old man, and have seen, perhaps, Mothers, do not bo without it. For under obligations to its agent and su- and makes the highest grade ot fer- more than the average mau of this lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's The train on which I tilizers, and is being shipped to all country, and say, knowing what I say Porous Plaster. Spld by J. W perintendent 37 was to leave was a mixed one, and parts of the world. Vessels are being to be true: A man can live cheaper, Gayle. was due to leavo promptly at 12 m. loaded atTampa and Punta Gorda can live better, can live with more and make close connection at George- and other points for Europe and solid comfort, nothing to buy but Sale of Damaged Goods. his bread town with the Cincinnati Southern, points East, to bo manufactured. and clothing the 'but' on account of the train from Some of these bones have been latter of which it takes but My entire stock of dry goods, on his notions, laces and embroideries, MILE6 Georgetown, which was due just be- found as much as seven feot long and little in tho country FLEi fore tho leaving of the train on which tusks five feet long. Evidently the farm I mean one whose means are slightly damaged by smoke, will be I was to go, being twenty minutes bones of some animal or animals not smal The rich man can live well closed out at cost for cash. in the world. anywhere late, of course tho train on which I known to exist Wm. O'Donnell. 1 oat to day ripe Japanese Plums, was to go would be late also I hesi- It would make this letter too long tated about going on this train, as I to dwell any longer on this subject. and mulberries irotn the trees, strawFor New York seed potatoes go to We drove and examined lands berries since being in the State; did not care to lay over ten or twelve and mines for three days, sending peaches will soon be ready to ship; Jas. Heeney. corner of Second and hours in Georgetown. THE SHORTEST AM QVKKItl The agent and superintendent said back each day tho teams, hiring new tomatoes are being shipped every Shelby stre"ets. He keeps the best get aboard, that they would make a teams every day. Stopping of nights day, a little lower down in the State. stock t.and his prices are the lowest. 1 lailecl to write a lotter last winter special run for my benefit. They trot at country houses, which wore made BtHgitnn '.: In? Orleans me there just in time to stop on the from pine trees about six inches in while here, or from any portion of as it was moving diameter, the bark being peeled oh the State. I will tell something now of train south bound Mouev to Lend Time, 25 Hours. out. The corners were notched and car what I saw last winter on the Sanibal On real From tho start I fell in with pleas- ried up as nicely as any locr house I Island, one hundred and fifty miles ings, estate by tho Louisville SavSOLID VtSTIuULED TRAINS. Loan and Building Company. ant company on the sloeper, there over saw. They seemed to have bolow where I am now writing. I George L. Payne, The shortest and quickest. being two sleepers attached to the learned to do this to perfection. saw purple beans, tomatoes and Agent. all on their way to Florida from There is rarely a chimney to a house other vegetables growing on the train, io Jacksonville, Ala. Georgetown a great number of States north of tho in the portion of country wo went same vine which had been bearing Ohio river. Wo made the run through through. In fact there is something for three years. I saw a pumpkin to Jacksonville, leaving Georgetown lacking in tho whole State, among vine that had run and covered near- (.ADAM'S Time. 26 Hours. KILLER. MICR03E tho middle and poorer classes. 1:40 p. m., and arriving in Jacksonly an aero of ground, covering it Solid VestllmPd Trains. The Short line beTwo of the 'nights wo wore out thickly in every direction from one ville 3:50 p.m. next day, on time. tween Cincinnati ana CURES ALL DISEASES. The Cincinnati Southern road, there were white frosts and the seed, having the ripe pumpkin down Lexington, Kt., Time. 2VSj Hours. Knoxvii.lk, Thus., 12 without a doubt, iB running the nicest mornings wore quite cool. Wo made to all ages and sizes to the bloom on " nil diseases are 17 asiim'ili.f, n. c, " " vestibulo trains South on to St. Augus fires out doors, from dead pine logs, the same vine. Tho same vine, the result of fermentation 11 niATTANOOA.Tl.N.N.. " tine, Florida, on which I over rode. and stood around until breakfast in spreading, had climbed a tree anil decny, embed by liv.Atlanta, G., . ir ing microbes In the liuniun UlKMlMIUAM, ALA 16 " I have been here a number of times time. Such weather at home we twenty feet or more high, ripe pump" system, and whatever remDirect Connection at New Otlenmand Sure? before, but never had so pleasant a would think nothing of, but hero tho kins hanging in the top. edy will ptiilfy the blood port for rexii", California. change is sudden and one feels quite I will state that all kind of vinps trip as I have this time. Leave Fiaukfori via Kentucky Midland Railway nvrcmovliiRtlie cause of disease and build un the via Georgetown i:lf,i, i...arrlveClnulnnat 110:25 I formed acquaintances years ago chilly, but nothing was killed by the in running take root. I wa8 told, ot the a. iu. Quicker than unyoiliej line. hulthat'dtu'iiKthtn lieu all over Florida. The shaking of frost. The people 1 find to be "whole that they had to break or cut oil it.Mtl.lit ta t lin ntiM Alltruus irdr a tan irt from Central Union hands began in Jacksonville and kept souled." living in a plain, but an in- tho ends of the runners, or it would RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER I DerOt, ClllClmillt: way, raising everything never stop. I must cut this short for up until tho present time. This place dependent Huuresi Is nature's ren.edy. and Is E. T. CltAHLKTuN. five years ago was my headquarters: they live on. They hnvo genorally it is now too long. If I can gee up th mutest boon ever D. KAT.ii., ( lm ttanoogn. given to mankind, hence D. MILLER. a great many of your readers will homesteadod forty, eighty or one courage to do so, I will writo again. li. i. Uiv.nDb, S l' A . T Traf. Mug. Cliiilnnat'.O. recollect tho letters I wrote from hundred and Bixty acres of land, I am down bore alone, nono of my t'ie spurious Imitations which fo low In tho path or Consumption. Catarrh, this place. I left Jacksonville ten planted from two to twenty acres of family coming with me. I am lonely of It wonderful euros Rheumatism, Bowel, Iliad-d- t Debility, Indigestion, days ago, had my trunk ohecked for orango groyes each. Thoy have at time, blue, homo sick, but I am r. Skin and nli other diseases which aro (illicitOrlando, but up to this writing has horses, cattle, hogs, and sheep all trying to bear it, as Florida does ly und permanently turetl by this never falling siilferliij; not put in its appearance. I am very raised without any expense. The wonders for mo. I am a now man, compound watch li's done more s for poisonous, LQ9ISILLfi fii SASHTILLE B. &. LIBB humanity than all prescripts of clothing; had a few things mast feed from the oak trees in the so far as health is concerned, but drugs, nostrums, the died proprietary medicines, short of c ' in my valise, all heavy. The weather low lands and the roots in the ground sad news comes to me from home. Ac. all put together, bec.ms It removes the Tne qaiak and direct route from 'lhouands is getting warm and I am "giving the feed the hogs the year round, never I. K. Huwkins, my father-in-laono iaue of disease mid Insures health. miraculous of voluntiry coitlllcates of almost railroad ilts." They will havo to do feeding them any grain. Tho cattle of tho best and purest men I have cures attest these facts, and demonstrate to the LOUISVILLE TO AQKANSAS AND TEXAS! something or I will do something roam at large, some having thousands ever known, has diod. It was not un- world that Win. UiUani, the Great Pioneer In his of all of them, grazing winter and summer. expected. I havo known him from Wonderful Dlsi oery, h s gone far aheaddemonpretty quick, One hundred and flrtj miles fields, and has I fell in with a party last Tuesday This portion of the Stato is tho my earliest recolleotion. Ho was other explorers Insclentlllo that no disease can beyond a doubt strated ofseveral porons going down in South cattle country, they being shipped tho friend of my father and my exist without u disordered sjstem, ana his superb SHORTEST TO LITTLE HOCK, Florida, a few miles this side of Pun-t- a by tho thousands almost daily to Key father's family. He and my father, icaiedy stands at the f tout because It Is Gorda, examining phosphate lands West, Cuba and South America. mother, brothers, si3ters and wife And the only route Tho Original and Old Reliable and phosphate works. I had no in- They keep but few horses, using and children now lio sleeping in tho u palatable, cures tention of investing in either, nor oxen for almost everything. We mot old comotory on the hill, all closo to Mlcrobo Killerresting decay remedy whichthenys-torby ai and placing have I now. I was for the trip to see, team after team going to their each other. Their spirits having diseases natural Without Change of Cars. In a to learn, to see tho county, the peo- country towns with oranges. Some gono to their resting place, their Investigate tht and healthy condition. health of this wonderlul writs II you are going to emigrate to ple, their habits, their way of living taking two to four days to make tho bodies awaiting tho summons to be ghlng discovery, which has stood the test and and how they got their living. I wish trip Somo of the teams being driven raisod, to bo to live forever cured thousands of all milliner ot diseases; and germ or microbe bewateof you readers to take special notice by women alone, carrying their blan- with God and Christ, tho Redeemer destiojeis. ull other which uroofteu thus advertised to sell Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth write, aa I intend to writo kets, comforts or quilts with them, of earth, and' tho dear ones gono their otherwise worthless mixtures, and which what I Austin, Houstin, truthfully as I saw and the conclu- camping out of nights oven in the before and to follow, to live together. are but liuliatuus ot this Gieut Wonder Workluc sions I have come to after haviug towns, or noar tho towiiB in tho No moro separation; happy (bought; Ruined). particulars and certificates of wonderFor lull This Is the address J. W. GAYI.K or woods seen. there is to oe a re union. For tho ful Hires, flAYLK CO., sole agents for Franklin ru A Wo found ono morning fifteen or present, good bye. We left hero last Tuesday ovoning CHEAPEST AN I) JJEST ROUTE. co i ty. at 2:30 p. m., got to Arcadia on tho, twenty before they got up, with Yours truly, Jan, No chance of Mrs to Florida Southern road, in Polk eoun-ty- their bends away from and their feot John E. Miles. if I mistake not, at 0:30. Tho next pointing to tho lire. Wo having seen M0BTG0MERY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS e They sat under tho moonlight witli and tho tiro, wont out to got warm and to morning hired one e vehicle, wont first to keep warm beforo outing breakfast, clasped hands trying to guess "what one West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Bl AHD NEW 0KLEANS. what is known as tho Singleton phos- - it being ono of tho cold mornings star would bo their own homo when and tends, Yur further Information. mMress works on a stream known aB spokon of. Before starting on our love became immortal," but soon, alas Broker In Stocks eaco river. This river is fed by tho drlvo it was quite iutorestingto liston how soon she caught a cold and they NEGOTIATES COMMISSION ONLY. lakes of Southern, Florida liko tho to these parties after thoy are had temporarily to stop guessing. ONloans on towiumd tnrni property on one to St. John's is by Central Floridn, and arousod up, hearing thorn toll of their Thoy cured her, however, with 0110 live )ears time. Investment secur ties for sale. LOniHVILI K, KRNTOCCT. Feb. liK.ni. a. e. vv. runB in a yery zigzag direction fVontior way of living rattlesnake bottlo of Dr. Bull's Cough Syi up. Miles' Nerve and Liver 0 if W Ml R I IM M 45-l- CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. WM. CROMWELL. -- .- -. " "&!3E" v Eft&gjffl to-da- y 25-t- f. E'M v-- ' m 2G-2- '.v..fj T.4& ;-- s ii- - Ji3 & 22-5- t. r MexU-oan- d "I,ir so-- n Le-CO- lti-l- y two-hors- one-hors- w. x. haxett, .A.jsiia,.!.! i. .,ii.ti.. ,ALu tw!.. Tiiiifii, l- - 8 .1 "- -' ' DOWN, in the other. DOWN! i , , 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 oughtto awaken an echo in the pocket of every prudent purchaser. You are well aware that prices standing alone mean nothing; it is o r standard quality standing behind our extremely low fig res than wins trade. In our establishment truth stands erect with quality in one hand and low prices Sages and wise men, from Solomon down, tell us that economy is the basis of wealth, therefore patronize, & CHjOTHIKTCSr. Hundreds of Children's Suits, $1.25, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00 to 10.00, that sold for almost double the money first of season. Knee Pants, 25c., 40c, 50c, 75c, up to 2.00. Bang up values. Thousands of Men's Suits, $300. 4.00, 5.00, 7.50, 9.00, 10.00, up to $25.00. ' Many of these suits sold for double the money. OVERCOATS. About 275 Men's fine Kersy, Meltons, Beavers and Chinchilla, at prices that will cost you 33 per cent, to 50 per cent, less than same goods will cost you next fall. You can not put your money in anything that will make you as great per cent, as to buy you a nice overcoat. Come and sec them. HP i TARKS' ' U-M- '3 V".. '.&:(i , .. 0IME PRICE HOUSE. ' .jrt-'H . '" li .,- ! V ' : ...1) t see this shoe before purchasing. Men's Plow Shoes, $1.00 and 1.25. - Great values. Men's Congress and Bals., any width last, Si. 25, 1.50, 2.00, up to $6.50. These goods are the greatest values we have ever offered. An immense line of Ladies' and Misses Fine Shoes and Slippers, any style you can conceive of; beautiful and very attractive. Sure and see our great line of Children's Shoes, any price you can name. We are determined to double our shoe business, and in order to do this we have bought an immense stock and marked them at ONE low price that WILL CATCH any one that sees them. 0 We show the greatest line of any house in Kentucky. Thousands of Ladies' Kid shoes go at $1.25, worth $1.75 anywhere. You'should ' 0,, '1. & & "45 . 9-- Vt CrJfeS-L- X JL ?IE3.jE3JbCL S9I JL mk teJtefc, w 13 W, Main Street, FRANKFORT. Duckers. Miss Cynthia Thompson is visiting her Bister at Bagdad. Wo are glad to report a flattering prospect for the recovery of Mr. Joe .Scott, who has been very ill Shaw has come to reside Miss in our town. Miss Shaw is a very nice, polite, young lady of four days. Mr3. Lizzie Miller, aged 87, has been quite sick, but is much better, and we hope may yet live for many years to come. Messrs. Ed and Daniel Dickey wore in Louisvillo last week with tobacco. They report the market crowded, and prices very low. Wo have always thought that when one has nothing to say bno had best not say it. hence wo have been for some time silent. Mr. Montague and family have moved into the late residence of Dr. Mr. Montague is B. W. Thompson. a nice gentleman, his wife an accomplished lady, with very bright, intelli gent children and we commend them to tho neighborhood. Our wheat crops are in splendid condition, promising a largo yield. Considerable plowing for corn has been done, and the handsome prices realized during the early part of tho present season, will prove but a forerunner of large acreage the coming season. Tho gardeners arp making but little progress thiB far. The columns of newspapers are open to all advertisers, and wo usually avoid the commendation of any special business or iirm, but so very pleasant has been our relation with the drug firm of J. W. Gayle, corner of Market and Ann streets, that we deem it no loss than a duty to commend them to the public patronage. Their stock is full and the proprietor and his employes are most pleasant 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. wamm A' who supports this law taking from Cheap Rates to Florida. ' :. them the God given right to dominion over the fishes of the sea and the On account of Florida Chautauqua, fowls of the air, will hear from them the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip You take from us the in tho future. Who lias a right to take fish and game for food, tickets to do Funiak Springs, Florida, Treatment National Reputation for the of Chronic and Nervous infrom February 8th to March 12th, ,'parTsT 7J) you fill tho country with labor-savin- g Diseases Treated over Ten 'I hous- machinery and we become unemploy- clusive, good to return until April and Patients in the State of ed and hungry. What must be tho 1st, 1802, at $24. Indiana Last Year. enforced result if you continue to W. W. Alexander, Btep to deprive us of take step after Agent. the means of living? Let. the present - Xr.VA'N state of affairs in Berlin and Leipaic answer. Scientific American Agency for In the issue of tho Roundabout the last, was an article preceding from a gentleman professing to have been for many years in the tobacco Shortest and quickest betwen trade. Tho author labors very hard to show tho fair dealing of tho warehouseman toward buyer and seller, CAVEATS. lie would have us believe the ware FRANKFORT, mmuc. mnKK.ui CNHAT! VAN3 DESIGN PATENTS houseman possessed of saintly imparCOPYRIGHTS, etc. tiality. He says, to equalize tho exfroo Handbook write to pense of marketing tho tobacco, the For Information nrsd BltOADWAV, NEW YoilIC. MUNN & CO., SOI Unlv direct line between Oldest bureau for securing patents in America. buyer and seller are charged two dolEvery patent taken out by us is brought before lars each per hogshead. He forgets, public by a notice gtven freo of charge in tho tho however, that tho buyer gets in return for his two dollars, the hogsFrankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Car-,- -, head (worth 1.50), while the seller Lareest circulation of any sclcntitio paper In tho furnishes the hogsheads and sample, world. Splendidly Illustrated. No ' man pays his two dollars and gets nothing year; should bo without It. Weekly. intollleeiita lisle, L'aplle, Cyntaiana.'Fal- 83.00 SIM six months. Address MUNN & CO.. in' return. Had tho gentleman really VOBM8I1EKS. 3C1 Broadway. New Vork. desired to throw licrht unon his sub ject he would have remembered these mouth and Covington. facts, but not so; he desired to mis- i Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co, lead and deceive, and in his effort to do so, he has had the tobacco growASK FOR TICKETS ers to regard him as a fool or a liar. Waslriueton, Philadelphia, VIA KY MirLAXS :;:;:::;;: hist. it 9 mmWskk&mm . m ijljTjjra k 1 RAJ&WAf J F, Mititiik Jtwnwmi I "! BULLDOFUS. Baltimore), Old Point and Now York, I Around JEiijjlity tlie Davs. World 111 the Sea-Sho- re AND ALL. EASTERN F11 s CITIES. L. P. Walter. M. D. 1 TBMi 8119 B EEirULSlHUII TIE. NOV. 1G, 18'J1. I i, fi " Kh. ',. RJ ' K and accomodating. Our government is fast growing toward an autocratic despotism, and it becomes every lover of liberty to check, as far as ho may, this tendency .The proposed fish law, forbidding tho taking of fish with seins, nets, &c, has this tendency and should be resisted. In autocratic England none but the wealthy noblemen can take fish. or game, and it seems that ere long none but tho loafing children of wealth will have any privileges horo. Tho working man and tho industrious farmer or mechanic who has but a few hours to spare, will never got a usli, while chose who never have anything else to do will take many. It is really amusing to hear people talk of stocking our .streams, exhausting the supply, &c. Why the spawn of a single piscatorial mother produces from 100,000 to 1,000,000 germs. Exhaust the supply? Bosh! The noorer classes are not so easily decieved, and any Legislator you get. Did Jules Verne over think that his imaginary Phileas Fogg would be eclipsed by an American girl, who once made tho circuit in less than seventy-thre- e days? But Phileas had The fame to take "second money." of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has gone around the world long ago, and loft its record everywhere as a preoious boon to every nation. In tho whole world of medicine, nothing equals it for the cure of scrofula of the lungs (which is Consumption). Coughs and bronchial troubles succumb to this remedy, and the blood is purified by it, until all unsightly skin blotches are driven away. Don't be skeptical, as this medicine is cuaranteed to every pur chaser. You only pay for the good . IV EFFECT NOVKMBER IB. 1891. The Celebrated Specialist, and President of tho southern Medic and Surulcat Institute. Louisville. Ky.. who tins created such a sensation in and around Louisville by eurlnt! diseases that Lexington . Lve 7 85am (JOOpm U 40.tm 580pm baflled tho medical fraternity of that city, by 8 2iain C 45pm 1280pm V ooimi special reiitiest of many patrons In and around Winchester " 804um 712pui 1IKJII11) 7 35pm our town, will visit Frankfort at tho Mt. Sterling " EAST BOUND t; Limited Aceii). Express Dally Dally nany. uaiiy. Ex bun. ex Sun Mull TIME TABLE "TRAINS EAST. Lv. Lv. JjV. I l'M p m A M No. 7.TNo. 8.'" No."l" 11.40 10.50 12.05 12.W) 1007pm 840UIUI. 10 23pm fi'JiUlll. 1047pm SOam 2 10pm " 1047am 550 pm New York Arr.l 120pm 820pm Ashland. . Oattlettsburg Huntington Washington Philadelphia " 12 lOsuu " 122dpm " 1260pm " uiupm DAILY. Capital Hotel, April 1st, 1892, ,Lv. Klkliorn Frankfort Summit . . . . , 4.0) LOT, fi.00 5.0G WEST BOUND. DAILY Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.' ! residence every morning, leave orders at W. II. Averill'a drug store, the U. S. Express office or H. R. Williams' grocery. 23-.t- f. If you want sulphur water, fresh from tho Murray well, loft at your Buggies, carriages and harness bv tho Kentucky and Harness Company. re-nair- ed 15-t- f. Young and middle uged men suffering from Sperniuto-rlie- u and Impotency, us the result of e In youth or excess In mature years and other causes, producing some of the following effects, us emissions, blotches, debility, nervous, ness, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, which unlit tho victim for business or marriage, are permanently curod by remedies not Injurious. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. lls ington. and complications, as sore throat, ailing of liulr, pain In eruptions, etc., HUNTINGTON Z & MORBHEAD accommoda are perfectly eradicatedthe bones,using mercury or without ttous run dally. drugs, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, other Injurious LEXINGTON fcMORKHKAD& LEXINGTON Stricture and M Urinary and Kidney Troubles MT. STERLING uccommodutlons run dally ore speedily cured by treatment that has never failed. Ho upderatukes no Incurable cases, but given up todle. Remember tho TUKOUiiU SbKKPlNG CAIti to una Irom cures thousands date and come early, as his rooms are always aslilngton and New York without change. crowded wherever he stops G W. DAHNKY, CONSULTATION FREE. 0. L. BrtOWN, O. A.. Lexington, Ky, Correspondence solicited and confidential. Gen. Pubs, Agent. W. 8. Hariiisok, Address THE SOUTHERN MED. & SURG. INST., 510 6th St., Louisville, Ky. G. A,, Ash)und. Ky. Oct. 727pm Ex Sun 10 27am COHym 120pm C25am Mt. 11 15am .1 461)111 1 55pm 7 15am Winchester Lexington . Arr. 1203pm 620pm 2 45pm 8 06am Louisville Arr. ozopm UBOpm 740pm 1150am LIMITED VE3TIBULKD TRAINS run dully In connection with Chesapeake & Ohio 'F. F. v.", r to Now York. TKA1MS runs dully und FAST MAIL make local stops between Lexington und HuntAshland 0U7IIH1 Huntington Lve. 000am 135pill 04611)1 U25im . 4 pm 714pm cattiettsourg ..." SterllngLve. ." 200pm Lv. stamping Ground Until 3 o'clock n. m. lv. nuvuil . . One day only. Treats ull Curable Medical nnd Lv. Johnn. Lv. Georgetown . Surgical Diseases, Cross Eyes straightened without Pain. Cancers cured without knife or Costlc, Lv C. S. Depot . Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Diseases of the Kye, Lv. Newtown . . Ear, Noso, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Brlght's Lv Centrevllle. Disease, Dlabetls, Kidneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Lv. Elizabeth . . Ar. Paris Female and Sexual Diseases. EPILEPSY OR FITS CURED. , bwnzer 12.45 12-5- 1.07 1.20 1.50 2.10 2.3.) 2.40 3.00 I 4.12 4.20 4.85 4.44 4.50 5.00 5 US 5.19 5.S0 5.85 C48 M I 0.11 c.ia 6.82 G.S9 0.44 G.52 GDG 7.89 7.18 7.37' A 7.23, M "fi v! A POSITIVE UUARANTKE. A TRAINS WEST. Ar, Frankfort Ar. Summit Ar. No. 2. 11.40 Mil' I No. 4. No. B.10 8.01 7.55 7.47 9.05 8.65, "'& self-abus- Ar. Swltzer Ar. Stamping Ground, Ar. Duvnll Ar. Johnson Ar. Georgetown Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. C 8. Depot Newton . . , Elkhorn 1182 11.20 11.20 a40 1107 11.00 10.55 10.47 10.45 10.20 10.10 10.06 0.50 H.25 781 7.22 7.10 7.07 7.05 0.49 6.89 G.S4 8.05 7.60 7.40 7.28 Vo. 12 m-Synlil- . Centervllle. . 505pm i.Vi 4.27 Elizabeth Purls , . . . . . 0.20 417 4.00 17-l- y. The Kentucky Midland Railway und connections form the shortest and cheapest route to ull liuiuio iiuitu, duiiiu uuu west. Fri'if,t.e.r,,nforraat,on aPP,'r to their aeenta. 0. D. BKHOAW, E. B. WEITZKL, Gen. Pass. Agt. city Ticket Agent, GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. 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