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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892031901 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. The Volume XV. SW Frankfort Roundabout. A "WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TRUNKS: $L.OO In GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. Advance. FRANKFORT, Highest of all in u&vening Power. KY., MAKCH 19, 18.0 Number 28 Ml A Mystery Explained. of rich, pretty and educated woll-knoW- U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. q, 1889, v "liras t fcs 11 r & dred dollars, in the discretion of the Gaiety Girls. coutt or jury trying the case; and so prized hogshead, Rush & McCain's Tobacco Bill. every constitute abale or boxoffense. have beenPickett's Paris Gaiety Girls separate shall doing tho biggest business 10. That the proprietor of any of tne season at tho cozy iuatnsou Wo publish below tho proposed law warehouse shall, for any violation of street Opera House. Their company to regulate tho sale of leaf tobacco, the provisions of this act, be liable to is far abovo tho average, many of thereby known as the McCain Tobacco bill, tho party aggrieved twenty-fiv- e in the their specialties being extra good. and sum of notless than for tho benefit of our farmer readers. not more than one hundred dollars; The dancing of Miss Oarita Barton is and It has passed the Senatecno is now and on tho trial the bills accounts, saiu to bo something pnenominai. Chicago oerore a committee 01 House: statements of sale rendered by said Spring of for At tho Opera House on Monday to-- . warehousmen Bhall be prima facie An act to regulate the sale of leaf evening, March 21st bacco in this Commonwealth. evidence of guilt. we have 11. That any person guilty of nestBe it enacted by the General Assembly g 1. ing, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO or otherwise fraudof the Commonwealth of Kentucky: inMARKET. shown. We All persons receiving in thiB Com- ulently prizing leaf tobacco, in addimonwealth leaf tobacco for storage tion to penalties denounced in tho and sale at public. auction, for which ninth section of this act, shall be lia- FOBNI8HED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, spection. they charge commission or fees for ble to tho party aggrieved in such LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. services aro declared public damages as he may have sustained, their to be recovered in any court having Sales on our markot for tho week ' Prices. warehousemen. 2 2. That hereafter warehousemen jurisdiction in the county where said justolosed amount to 4,728 hhds., with d or receipts of 3.150 for tho same period. storing and selling leaf tobacco in tobacco 1b nested, this State, shall carefully and corroct-J- y fraudulently prized. Sales on our market since January 12. If the sale of any tobacco is re weigh, or cause to be weighed, amount to 42,049 overy hogshead, box or bale of tobac-c- o jected by either the buyer or seller, 1st crop of 1890 on our hhds. Sales of markot to date the rewhich may bo sent to Buoh ware- tne party rejecting snail only do 36,644 hhds. housemen for storage and salo on quired to pay the fee for tho hogsweek has shown Our market the day same is to be sold. Thoy heads, bales or boxes rejected by him: considerable this irregularity for new shall mark, or cause to be marked, Provided, however, That the buyer burley tobacco.. Priaes during the the gross weight distinctly on tho shall not be permitted to reject any early part of the week being irreguZBab37- lead of each hogshead, box or bale, hogshead, box or balo of tobacco, un- lar and materially lower, but toward And on eaoh sample card, and enter less the seller ahall first have rejected, the close of the week there was a the same in sample book. After the and then only an equal number of and the market closed about tobacco Ib stripped, thoy shall take boxes, bales or hogsheads as tho sell- reaction a week ago. like it was the exact tare weight of each cask in er may have rejected. The following quotations fairly g 13. That all acts or parts of acts which the tobacco has been prized, our market for burley and after each hogshead, box or bale in conflict herewith are hereby re- reprosont tobacco: of tobacco has been sold, the proprie pealed. g 14. It appearing that there is a Trash (dark) or damaged 2 00 $4 50 tor snail settle wicn tne seller accordtobacco net weight, including tho great deal of tobacco sold in this Oolory trash ing to the 4 00(n) 5 50 sample, after deducting the exact State by warehousemen, and that Common lugs not colory 0 OO' 8 00 there is great complaint on the part Colory lugs tare. 8 00$ 15 00 3 3. If any person or persons Bhall of tho sellers of said tobacco growing 7 00fS 10 00 Common leaf. make a falBe or fraudulent weight of out of tho ahuses practiced by ware- Medium to good leaf. 10 .50 14 00 Carpets, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. such tobacco, or shall purposely alter housemen in the sale thereof, and Good to fine fillers 15 00 20 00 any sample before the that the interest of a largo class of Select or wrappery or mutilate hogshead, box or bale it represents the people of Kentucky is daily in26 50 20 00 loaf. .'. !has been sold, or alter the weight juriously affected thereby, it is or record other deemed proper that this act shall take marked thereon, weights on the warehouse books than effect and oecome a law when apthe weights marked thereon, such proved by the Governor. " fXiHOISSS persons shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and fined in any sum A Wise Young Woman. nor moro of not less than twenty-flv- e than one hundred dollars, in tho dis- Young Adolphus Fitzwilliam, cretion of the court or jury trying loved a fair BflQDEN FORKS. the case, and, in addition, shall be But to ask her tomaid, marry him he was party aggrieved in damliable to tho afraid. ages for any and all loss fchey may Because of catarrh, which she had "have sustained. vory g4. That hereafter warehousemen So much bad; so that often the youth was and commission morohants engaged quite glad in selling leaf tobacco at public auc- -' To omit, at the parting, the kiss of Too Late. tion shall recieve, ub commission or compensation therefor, two dollars The the lover this she sot out to dis reason of per hogshead from tho owner thoreof This word tells a sad story. How cover. or his agent. people whQ have neglected "Catarrh makes mo loathsome It's many eyes g 5. That in the event the sale of for the want of proper their fatal to love. any hogshead of tobacco is rejected, O, darling Adolphus, by all that's glasses, have by degrees gone bliud. And a resale is made by tho same rarely take hoed until i,t is above, warehousemen or in tne same ware- I vow I'll not lose thee if something too late. Then wo are sorry to know house, no greater sum than one dollar we let this opportunity, and only salthere is and fifty centB per hogshead shall bo To drive out catarrh and to sweeten vation of for our eyes, slip. Dr. charged as fees for compensation for Goldstein, the Louisville Optician, a kiss " ouch resale, and no additional chargo So this wise young woman began who has been in our city for tho past shall be made for weighing nor searching for a euro, and good luck turee weeks aiding tne amicted, can resorted to so as to increase tho attended her. She found Dr. Sage's be consulted at the Hotel Konyon. price for selling to a greater amount Catarrh Itemedy, at the drug store, He will remain hero until March 26th. than is in this act provided. convincod a preparation 2 6. That it shall bo unlawful for and felt proprietors had such i i or commission which tho that they wore willingcon Any warehouseman to fidence in Repairing of all kinds neatly and merchant to directly charge the seller offer to pay ?500 for a case they canby the Kentucky or owner anything by way of com- not euro, must bo worth trying. She uggy and executed Company. Harness for paying to bought it. She triod it. It cured mission or otherwise him tho money for which his tobacco her. And when Adolphus kissed her is sold. at the altar last week, her kiss was as 7. That it shall bo unlawful for sweet and pure as roses in June. ' Have Any warehouseman to hypothecate or Girls, a word of advice: if you want pledge any tobacco shipped to or a lover to stay a lover, you must get stored with him, or Ibsuo any ware- rid of catarrh. Do as this sensible house receipts for any tobacco bo irl did. and get tho only sure romo-- y shipped or stored, without the writfor this disgusting and dangerous ten consent of the owner of said to- disease Dr. Sage's Ualarrh Remody. --H101 bacco; and if he does ,bo, without the written consent of tho owner, said Good News. pledge or receipt shall bo null or void: Provided, That nothing herein con-- Basement of No other medicine in the world Capitml HntML tained shall prevent any warohouse-ana- n was over given suoh a tost of its or commission merchant from ourative qualities, as Otto's Cure. They will fill this space with an entirxittcw advcsliscatcfit in a hypothecating or pledging or issuing Thousands of bottles of this great receipts to the oxtentof any advance- German remedy aro beingdiBtributod short time. ments they may have made to tho free op charge, by druggists in this owner of said tobacco on same. for reclamation country, to those alflicteu with Con8. That claims M. BEATTY, Croup, G. shall bo made in ninety days after tho sumption, Asthma, and all Sevoro Coughs. Pneumonia throat J- - Attorney at Lav & Real Estate Agt. sale, unless tho tobacco is exported and lung diseases giving the people reclaBEATTYYILLE, LEE, CO. to foreign countries, then the euro them, proof that xeie:mation must be mado within six and that is Otto's Ourow.lltriumph of YiW? ue: h n pry m vn out it. IN LEE, BB.EATHITT, WOLFE, tho grandest Kdtlll, Juckson, Powell, Clay and other months after the sale, and If not done sale by counties within said time tho claim shall bo medical science. For Samples Chapman & Williams. Sept. free. barred by limitation. 28 Large bottles 50o. 0. That if any person shall nest, m 'HE mllE ItKCOHD O" TIME UK(UN or fraudulently prize any I femMi.e he'trt took kind 'j totno m mm it W. CHINN, ilnn't leaf tobacco, such person so offend- Sale of Damaged Goods. I.:irt i. miliumone In l.mlcfe mr tin tnim' mail time, uni on that' rln nwe! hm bo deemed guilty of a mising ahall Is worth while to call o My ontlro stook of dry goods, memorable occiislon It Jeweler, us h baa as demeanor, and, upon indictment and W L. Coppersmith, tho conviction in tho Circuit Court of tho notions, laces and embroideries, lmnihomenn nmortmontof eiKiigoinontrliusiis 334 MAIN STREET, to ndmlrlng Will practice in all State Courts, OC county in which said offense is com- slightly damaged by smoko, will bo can bo shownyou his siock. eyes. He will be nappy to snow ficc mitted, shall bo fined not loss than- closod out at oost for oash. W. L. rOPPEI'SUITH, FRANKFORT, KY. Jun.yQ-lj- . second floor, Custom House. Wm. O'Donnell. twenty-fiv- e Mar. nor moro than one hun2HSt. Clair stro.t. ! , Inter-Ocean. n specialcoachmen. Tho ist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says all such girls aro moro or Ioks hysterical, nervous, very impulaivo, unbalanced; usually subjoctto headache, neuralgia, flieeplesaness, immoderate crying 01 laughing. These show a weak system for which there is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervino. Trial bottles and a fine book containing many marvelous cures, free at J. W. Qaylo's, who also sells and guarantees Dr. Miles' celebrated New Heart Cure, the finest of heart tonics. Cures fluttering, short breath, etc. nor-voub Tho papers contuin frequent notleer. girlr. eloping with negroes, tramps and Baking Rcdfcd Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE c a F. BROWER S, E. Corner Main and Broadway, &C0., Lexington, Ky. IMttSl Willi 1 We are "in the swim" with the most complete assortment of Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Wall Paper, Linoleums, Dra- side-prizin- g, peries and Funiture the '92, ever that invite Correct . side-prize- I I SPECIALTIES. Scolding Beds, 0-u.rtaiix Oarxiagres, Oaipet STKreepers arid. Stretchers- -- C. F. BROWER Furniture, k CO. DoyouwamtQefiBst? TO SffllKS maesBKL 8 RAKES, SHOVELS and SPADES! The best quality at same price as inferior goods are being sold. If so call upon Hardware Merchant M i'M de-vi- ce 2L 28-l- t. JACOB SWIGERT & CO., oust ila.z2t s,x1:R:E:ElI 10 MD 102 MN STREETS ths 15-t- f. Removed From the Bafzell Building H. MATTERS, -- !,0!Ta BEFORE 1 side-priz- e, FMiiruto, l. J. JR, 25-t- f. 5-- lr. mmma l Trw1 2 t JMEZLfo-uiLirjOL "VKTetgron.js- - 30-fcla- . w We will begin selling at cost for wish our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements,-HarnessHames,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, 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. All $?oods sold on time will be charged at regular price. m , ELLING OUT AT COST! arc?ln. sn Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Mr. M. D. Averill, jr., spent last Sunday in Versailles. Mr. James Orutcher, of Louisville, spent Sunday in this city. Hon. J. F. Hager, of Ashland, has been in the city for several days. Miss Nellie Murphy returned Monday from a visit to friends in Lexing- E. COLLI I 0 n J- - Opposite the Farmers Bank. Hit? and nephew of the late Dr. S. F. Smith, attended his funeral hero on Tuesday. Mis3 Lizzie Davis, Meeting of the Press As sociation. i ton. Miss Maggie Kernan has returned from a visit to her sister in Lexing- ton. Miss Maud Marcum, of Catlotts- - burg, is the guest of Mrs. LucyDu-- J vail. Mrs. Theo. Wylie has returned from a short visit to relatives in Cincinnati. Hon. T. F. Hallam, of Covington, was in the city Tuesday on legal business. Mrs. John A. Kleber is visiting friends in Louisville and LaGrange this week. Mrs. Kate Patten has returned from a visit to Mrs. Sam. E. Hill in Lexington. Mr. T. Fletcher Poynter, of Shelby-villspent Tuesday and Wednesday in this city. Mrs. Russell Sneed has returned from a visit to Mrs. 'James F. Meek, in St. Louis. Mrs. Cliff Shropshire, of Lexington, has been the guest of friends in this city this week. Miss Josie Cottreaux, of New Orleans, is visiting Mrs. Lucy Duvall, on Main street. Mrs. H. H. Owsley, of Midway, visited her father, Capt. Sam. Sanders, this week. e, The executive committee of tho been here this week in attend- Kentucky Press Association met at has wedding. the Capital Office in this city on Wedance upon the Stuart-Duva- ll She is the guest of Miss Katie Green. nesday, for the purpose of fixing the Buckner and family passed time of the next meeting of the Assothrough the city Sunday evening on ciation at Lexington and arranging the 0. & O. train, en route to their a programme. Those present were home in Hart county from a visit to Col. E. Polk Johnson, Chairman; H. 0. Washington and Richmond, Virginia. Woolfolk, of tho Danvillo Advocato; Mr. George W. Robb is lying very Harry 0. McCarty, of the Jessamine G. Watkins, of tho ill at the residenc of Mr. 0. T. Free- Journal:l, Thos. Courier-Journaand T. Fletcher man, near Ducker Station, where ho Poynter, of the Shelby Sentinel. Col. has been confined to bed since the destruction of his home by fire in John O. Hodges, of tho Lexington Press Club, was also in attendance. December. The date of tho meeting was fixed for Mr. Frank M. Hilloran returned the 10th and 11th of May. Monday evening from a trip of sevIt was arranged that tho Associaeral weaks to Florida and Cuba look- tion should assemble at the Opera ing in splendid health and consider- Houbo in Lexington at 12 o'clock) ably bronzed by exposure to the May 10th, where an address of weltropical sun. come will be delivered by Mayor J, Mxs. George A. Lewis leaves this af Hull Davidson, to which President ternoon for a, visit to Mrs. Sue M. I Harry Somors, of tho Elizabethtown Sherloy in Louisville. Mr. Lewis will News, will respond. accompany her to Louisville, from In the afternoon tho visitors will which point ho will leave to morrow be entertained at the Kentucky Assonight for Buffalo, New York, to at- ciation Club House and will witness tend the meeting of the Supreme the last day's races of the spring Council of Royal Templars of Tom- - meeting. In tho evening they perance. will attend the Mayor's ball. Tho of Shelbyvillo, Ex-Gov. ?fi Y ,,.55 . . V , s. v," '. "' 5,,i, T l ' , tf j r r'f fl . K. McGLURE selected, stools: of Read in Georgetown. Maj. H. T. Stanton, who is making a tour through the State, gave one of his poetical readings at Georgetown last night. It is safe to say that he had a good audience and that thoy were well pleased with tho enter- business session will be held on tho SrTTf"yT,M",r" Books, Stationery, Etc. tainment. Couldn't Run. Tho snowfall at Lexington on Thursday was so heavy that some of Mr. James A. Hodges, of Louispikes entering the city wore ville, spent Sunday in this city the blocked by drifts and could not be visiting relatives. traveled and the electric street cars Col. George Washington, of New- could not be operated on account of port, was hero Tuesday, on business tho deep snow on the tracks. before the Court of Appeals. Courier-Journa- l. Misses Garnette McKay, of Bards-tow2ut Through Quiclz. 2. Annual Poem Miss Daisy Fitz-hugand Mamie Galahuo, of the The Kentucky Leader. A tramp struck Georgetown Friday Forks of Elkhorn, are in the city. 3. Paper (subject to be chosen) pants. Mrs. Otis Ashurst, of Georgetown, of last week and stole a pair of Miss Lila Bell, Georgetown Times. is visiting her parents, Mr. John N. He was arrested at Midway and 4. Initial Stops in Journalism-Rob- ert taken back to Georgetown, was inMarshall and wife, on Cross street. W. Brown, Louisville Times. dicted by the. grand jury Monday, Mr. John B. Pemberton, of Shelby-vill- and on Thursday got a sentence of 5. The Country Correspondent-Fra- nk Bell, Hopkinsville New Era. came up Monday to attend the one year in tho Penitentiary. 0. Daily Journalism in a Small City uncle, Dr. S. F. Smith. funeral of his n, h, morning of the 11th. Afterwards tho visitors are to bo entertained at luncheon by Major H 0. McDowell. At night a banquet will be given them at the Phccnix Hotel. Governor Brown will respond to the first toast at the banquet. The other speakers will be selected by the local committee having charge of the arrangements. At the close of themeeting it is expected that an excursion will be arranged by tho transportation committee to Old Point Comfort or Washington City. The following programme was arranged for tho business meetings: 1. Annual Oration -- Arthur B. Ford, In EzaELlsfbrt.. IMIeQse a SSTote of it. V-V- , "'ft, f f k f l i w ' i e, to. visiting relatives in Lexington, has At the meeting of tho Home Misreturned home accompanied by Mjss sion Convention of tho Presbyterian Katie Hukill. Church, held in Louisville on WedMr. Goorgo W. Lewis came up Fri- nesday, Rev. J. McOlusky Blaynoy, day from school in Louisville and D. D., of this city, made an able arremained until Monday afternoon, gument for a union of tho two synods visiting relatives. of this State in educational work. Mrs. Belle Giltner and Mrs. Gus. Bought a Lot. Smith, of Bourbon county, were the guests of Mrs. Geo. A. LewiB on WedMiss Emma Morris purchased on nesday and Thursday. Thursday from Mrs. L. A. Thomas a Mr. T. H. Walker, General Suporin- - lot on Third street, adjoining tho fnninnf. nf tho Southern Division of Rule property, forty-fiv- e feet front by the United States Express Company, two hundred feet deep, for fifteen was in the city Thursday. dollars hundred and .sevonty-liv- o Mrs. Lucas Woitzel is in Lawrcnco-burg- . where sho was called by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Oabboll Conway, who is now better. Dr. George Bailey, of Stanford, who was summoned hero by the leath of IUb sister, Mrs. Bettie Win-gatreturned homo Monday. e, n, Miss Octavia Millar, who has been An Able Argument. Urey Woodson, Owensboro Messenger. George 7. Advertising Agencies R. Washburn, Wine and Spirit Re. view. 8. The Make-u- p of a Paper 'Jarnes R. Marrs, Kentucky Homestead. ,9. The Exchange Fiend J. M. Richardson, Glasgow Times. 10. What tho City Paper Wants From its Country Correspondent Josoph Althsholer, Courier-JournaThis programme will not be gone through with at any special time, but will bo sandwitched between the entertainments provided by the citi zens of Lexington. l. cash. Miss Morris will begin tho two-stor- erection of a handsome y res-idon- The People's Preference. SOU. the medicine of tho century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with tho people is the acknowledged wonder of the The beautiful designs of our new Basod upon tho medicine world. spring stock of children's Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once pppular, commending itself as a necossary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt the Are bound to please you, and the PRICES were never most reliable germ destroyer in and to tho extent that the so LQVV. theory Is correct, King's Royal ormoteur is tho remedy. It is no accident but is tho result of fiftoen years study of medical genius. For Pre-eminent- King's Royal Germeteur. I VBt I CARRIAGES ex-istan- upon it as soon as the weather "The people of this vicinity insist will portnit. on having Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and do not want any other," SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY, says John v. J"snop, oi rortmna A marvelous cure lor Catarrh, jMUiB.inuiaua. xnuruHHUJi jbuuuuuuu Diphtheria, Canker mouth and they have found it superior to any Headache. With each bottle thoro other, especially for tho grip and tho,. at-,so often is an ingonious nasal Injector for tho cough which crip. 25 follows50an cent and annnooofni trfint.mnnt nf hhonn tack of the B. H. Cox, of North Middle-towRev. Bourbon county, and Rev. W. complaints without extra charge. bottles for sale by J. W. Gaye, Price 50c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 Druggist. 0. Tharp, of Carlisle, brother-in-laI I I I 26-4- t. w sale by Chapman & Williams. FURNITURE IKogrers Opp. Court-hous- e. 10 Clover Seed. Wo have on hand about 400 bushels of strictly primo clover seed, which wo will guarantee to sell at Louisville quotations. Buy at home and save Mastin Bros. freight. 21-t- f. Many new and pretty things, in all the woods most fashion-bl- e are daily being placed f on our floors. IS- - c5c Son. May 2-- 1 7. klu". yygtjUu TfTFfSr .flv 7T'7 t'C' i. 3 'T1 SPRING HATS Serine Wool Imported mvmmn mvmmwwM Co sJL bJL Ek $T an a-33.- cL Domestic ' G-ood- s. Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. ' t have you look at them. Would, be pleased . flv LJ2fr ON, HUMPHRIES town, officiating, assisted by Rev. W. JAPANESE C. Taylor. On Wednesday next, March 23d, Ushers-Mes- srs. Tho attend ants were: Mr. Pitzpatrick, cutter for Messrs. T. Noble Lindsoy, Joe RodCrutcher & Starks, will be in the city man, Prank M. Halloran and John T. Again for the purpose of (aking Murphy. measures for Bpring suits. Don't Bridesmaids Misses Garnette McHL forget the date, but drop into the Kay,! of Bardstown; Maud Marcum, store of Messrs. Crutoher&Starks on of Cntlottsburg; Susie Stewart, of or whatever kind that day and leave your order. Winchester; Josie Cottroaux, of New orAGuiranteed Curefor Piles Blind or Bleeding decree External, Internal, Itchlig, Chronic, ltecantor eredltary. Orleans; Marion Lindsay, Kate Hal- itemeuy mis positively nevr neen Known ThJs f fall. Merc Again. a for loran and Katie Green, of this city, $1.00on box, 6 boxes,price, $3.00; sent by mull pro or paid receipt A written Guarantee toeich purchaser of Mr. Ohas. B. Kincaid, jr., who was and Mamie Gallahuo, of Forks positively given at one time, to return,six boxes, when ptirciiiueil t.ie 25 0(1 paid Ir not curod. Guarantee issuoJ by .1. W some years ago legislative correspon- of Elkhorn. (JAYLK. and LuCOMl'TEJ: GAYLK CO.. s Maid of Honor Miss Lizzie Davis, dent for the Courier-Journin this and Solo Agents.- Frankfort, Ky. CI for sample. Jan. city, and later Private Secretary under of Shelbyvillo. Judge Ira Julian, Groomsmen Gov. Knott, and Washington correspondent of the Louisville Times, is Messrs. Robert Burns Wilson, Henry Protective Association. Dudley, Sam B. again writing up the doings of our B. Ware, J as. G. G. Stuart The merchants of this city have aolons, and will represent the Cincin- Blackburn, Hon. Thos. W.' formed an association for their munati Post in this city until the Legis- of Winchester; E. W. Hinea and P. Grayot. tual protection against lature adjourns. Best Man W, R. Grifflth. customers. The young couple left on tho westTo Lay in a Stock. bound 0. & 0. train for a short bridal The Old Original Remedy Mr. R. B. Jillson, jr., leaves Mon- trip. Leads. The bride waB the recipient of some day next, 21st insb., on an extensive trip, visiting some of the largest very handsome and useful presents. .glass and china manufactories in crobi." "germs,"' ''baccilli," &c, to the United States, and will buy a doii iiivir preparations, tnus prevent- How's Til is! ing people irom Duymg tno original .spring stock of household goods and We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- tested "Radam's Microbe novelties in New York City. His ward for any case of Catarrh that Killer" medicine.you need. is what is now, spring stock will embrace all the can not be cured by taking Hall's and for years has been, It making more cures than all other remedies latest designs in glassware and Catarrh Cure. P. J. Cheney & Co., Props. .Toledo, O. combined. Read their advertisement .novelties. Wo, the undersigned, have known in this paper. Don't bo deceived. F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and Held Over. believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and finan A Woman's Will. T. J. Rudder, the counterfeiter cially able to carry out any obliga arrested at Midway several weeks tions made by tne arm. Mr. J. Allen Danaby's Hew play, ago, was given an examining trial West & Trims, Wholesale Druggists, "A Woman's Will," will bo presented Ohio Toledo, before U. S Commissioner W. J. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole- at tho Opera House on Monday and Ohinn, jr.,Tuesday, and was held in the sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Tuesday evenings, March, 20th and Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- 30th, by a company of amateurs from sum of $1,000 to appear before the .grand jury of the June term of tho nally, acting directly upon tho blood Lexington, assisted by Miss Sallie and mucous surfaces ot the system. U. S. District Court. Being unable to Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Theobald, of this city. Tho piece .give bond for the required amount druggists. will also be given at Paris and Midlie was remanded to, jail. way. rPH UAadL KWiinwiiww.WMrjimi'iiiii.,ft'fi a 9 IJlilllM K eju SLuHUJ j' m9n:3wirr.Hyjmmwm.itw' On tlic 23d. PILE 1 A NOVELTY OF STERLING rfgfS1 35RIT. llUI ifiSffiruW-WrH- tt Tn " urvKA. rtjrj t;T3iPBBwKtetervi ax xmssMSBSSSSSuSsSik FUKt MM 2 n JfllM? SfTN C,teK. v r PRICE PER PACKET,' 15 CENTO: nHVtHffl?Xrlffi?H Drug-gist- al - lG-l- EXCELLENT FLAVOR. BKjB&JAT&A'irir4fi SwS$2& BRIGHT CREAM COLOR. ' 15c ITmurpuied for cutting. Magnificently fringed. TICK'S Hound as n ball. Easy to raise. Trice per pkt OHLAJRTVXEJTS, FVE3.A. ... contains several - non-payi- ng bJ?Sr&hStSyr4t JAMES VICK'S SONS, Born. .1 ouighter, this city, on Friday. March 18th, lba2. to Mr. Joseph ScUioit and wlte, u son Given Free, if detirnl milk nh ... i7Tnrc " '."V,"" KiJ.Z colored plates of 'Flowers and VptaW. 1 in tions how receipt of address and 10 cent, whih mVh h:J..."Y, " L uut ww uLuuuiLii iriiiii imi nmaw t. ... i?.w"Lc.1 "vw flv"Vr." Juaiiea on Rochester, N:Y. 1.30 jan WEITZEL-- Iti Louis P. Weltzo-- , Jr., und wile, Unit nupolls, Indiana, to Mr. T SCUltOFF-- In For Rent My houso in South Frankort. seven rooms and kitchen. All in good repair. Possession given about March 20. t Guy Barrett. 20-t- ISucklcn's Arnica Salve. FOR SALE. 1-- Chamberlain's Remedy. Cough Still Another Counter-.feite- r. Perpetual Motion. John Snowden. residins near Waco. Madison county, is in aliigh state of ocstacy over tne prooable perlection which has never been accomplished "y raan "perpotuai motion." Four years ago ho commenced his plans. and mado tho beginning of "what ho now believes to bo a success. He has been working patiently and faithfully ?ver Bi1C0 n,eve tllnB, but persover- ing ana onaeavonng to obtain the roward which he claims will bo his before long ,,7'en asked if ho did not realize fchat ho, was v0ing for naught, he Bflemed nnfrnrad unri H.alfl? Nn n--. i8 bound to bo a success." His ma-th- e chine, or wheel, is a fine piece of worKmnnsnip, tne very best timber ana castings Doing uscu in its con- ,; ing and circulating counterfeit qunr- Opened TUp. terB and dimes. Wednesday he was given an examination before Com- Mr. George Salender has received missioner uninn anu neia in Snon liis stock of goods and has opened bond to appear at tho Juno term of his now grocory in tho Hsrndon row, U. S, Court, which ho failed to on Second street, for business. clvo and was sent to lail. Ho told Mrs. John Stophens is receiving tho Commissioner that ho obtained lier stock of notions and milinery tho dies used by him from T. J. Rud- .and will open her establishment in der, tho counterfeiter arrested at tho samo block next week. This lat-t- Midway and now in jail awaiting establishment will bo a greati trial, and that ho had thrown them convenience to tho ladies living on in a pond in Goodloetown, a suburb tho South Side, as they can bo sup- of Lexington. plied with a groat many things in that lino which they have heretoforo Grippe Raging in oomo to the north side to purchase Tne Alabama. Mrs. Stephens has selected her stock with caro and hopes to meet tho "La grippo is raging hero, and I wants of ovory lady in South Prank-for- t. find Chamberlain's Cough Remody to bo a certain cure for it " says W. G. Johns, of Trimble, Cullman Co , Ala. Mr. Johns ordered a Biipply of Stuart-Dtival- l. tho Remedy to be shipped by oxpross as quickly as possible. There is no Mr, John H Stuart, Enrolling question but this Remedy is of groat Clerk of tho Houso of Representa- value in the treatment of tho grip especially on account of its countertives, and Miss Joo Duvall, second acting any tendency of tho disease daughter of tho lato Dr. B. P. Duvall, towards pneumonia. It is also a woro married at tho Baptist Church prompt and certain ouro for tho follows an attt fl o'olock Wednesday evening, in oough whioh usually and 60 cent botack" of tho grip. 25 tho presence of a largo conoourso of tles for sale by J. W. Gaylb, DrugJVIondB, Rev. Ben T. Quin, of George- - J gist. " Mr; 0. F. Davis, Editor of The Uloomflold, Iowa, Parmer, says: "I can recommend Chamberlain's Cough .Remodytoall sufferers with colds and croup. I have used it in my family for tho past two years and have found it tho best I ever used for tho purposes for which it is intended. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. GAYLB, Druggist. 20-4t. P ftin TMni irrrtrla onnm in Ho full .. , ... .. .. ,, manors 01 uio -- queer- in hub section, B ovory uay or iwu u now prisoner is brought before Commissioner fihlmi. nhariTfifi with r,h nffmiRn of , o ... m r , The best salve in the world foi T OKKElt FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN THE Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt X bundaome property of Dr.W. 11. Hull, u South Jtaiiikfort. 'hub uer feit. - " Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns PUBLIC SALE OF BANK STOCK. and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay reSHAMS OF NA-- 1 RANKfOIlT tfoiialDank lock mil nubile sale quired. It is guaranteed to give lit the t curt house ilnor ut resold at on Monday, Frunkiuri perfect satisfaction, or money re t l.o 4th day of April, 182. about noon. Tl 0 BTt,0Cii.5,r ll be,S01I,1,tl' ?"! me "'"it of tho funded. Price 25 cents per box. lato fa. k, lu blocks to Milt purchaser. J0 HOPKINS. For sale by SouthSide drug stoie, Mar. Executor of a B. Uttorback. P. H. Carpenter. 1 19-'2- t. 5-- iy Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria. h Indicted the Pugilists. Maxbury, a negro, was brought here from Lexington by U. S. Deputy Marshal McCartv. chanrod with mak- " counieneiung. un xuesaay jonn The Scott county grand jury have , ' "" im irciaviia iuiuwui'.r luemMHVes lll- my said husband win indicted Tommie Ward, lately of this jiebted to to me without further savo costs by' pny- Ing same not ce KMilATt nk fiiiirnr-icity, and Otis Hester, of Covington, Wm' Charc"' .ed. for engaging gin a prize fight near W. H. SNBD.m,XOt Att'y. for Ad'nilnlstr .trlx. Mir. t. Georgetown several weeks ago. Ohas. Vokos, Hester's second, was also inMill Property At Public Sale. dicted. 19-l- ALL PKRSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST A' my decoised husband Win. Church, present them to juo at once, duly pro en ns will required A Safe Investment. or struction. A recent trial startled the witnesses when the wheel ran for thirteen minutes without Htopping. Mr. Snowden says he will bo ready to have his machine tested in a few days, and will send it to Washington for inspection. Mr. Suowder is 75 years of age, but is romarkably active for 0110 of his yoard. Ho is a natural born engineer, having operated various kinds of machinery for forty years. Waco, an important town in Madison county, owes its name and establishment to him, ho having started a carding loom thero when tho place was a briar-patch- , 35 years ago. When Baby was sick, wo gavo hor Castoria. When shewas a Child, sho cried for Castoria. When she becamo Miss, she clung to Castoria. When sho bad Children, aho gave them Castoria. 20-4- t. On hand, consisting of Dressed Flooring Celling, Casing. Moulding. Frames, Doors, Blinds and other Dressed Brackets. and Undressed Lumber; .ash Weights, unice Furn ture. Desks, Chairs, Cases. Lett, r Press, Large Fireproof safe. Lamps, Lanterns, Measuring Spades. Shovels, Axes. Hammers, Buckets. Sticks, Cross' cut .Saws, Wheelbarrows, Oil Barrels, four ""fcuus und one Steam Engine. TEUMS OF SALECredlt of three months, purchasers, on day of sale, to execute bonds with approved security, for tho purchase money, bear-in- g U per cent, from day of sale. No TTOUSR AND LOT 0" TUB r,ATE MHS. BET- - other property to bo moved until tho lumber or purchase 11 uo wingnioon Third street. Sonth Kriiiilr. money bonds are executed or tho money paid: In t Also ft ul 1110 and all the linusnhnlil nml and ull tho property to do moved oil the premises kitchen furniture In said house. Anpi) to J. W. by the purchasers before A pril a. 1892. iiunier, imminisiniior, or 10 w. 11. I'osey. TruaOTl V. Mar. March 7, 1892,. &Co. Weath-erbonrdliiJ Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any affection of Throat, Lungs 01 Chest such as Consumption. Inflammation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough,, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreebble to taste, perfectly safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at South Side Drug Store. 1 P. H. Carpenter. SETTLE A PARTNEIISIIFP WE 1 N Pi lD.KR T ,ln1L,.oir?F at Vuull 8 'lo iJuturday, April 9th, lbDJ, the Holler Mills, it has full process, nlso burrs for urltullnc wheat und roller corn, and has a capacity of 85 or 40 barrels per day. Is located In the heart of a wheat crow-tit-f c mntrv and h;is u custom which will keep It running steady all the year round. PARKER A SITTER, FmnMlii Co., Ky. spl-ndld '. SALS. PUBLIC Mur.Min. WI IHOUT 1 reserve, to the highest ami best bldier.on 3?VfeP5;iia.y-- p 3LQQS T WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE, Saspfc, 25,, fort, Ky., in lots to suit purchasers, tho Stools of dumber, c&o. For Sale. ia-z- t. ffl bJ. A ami (,. lali iMiki ik'liiJriuiAtriai BwJaai nmma l,WPf'WSpW!lW" w Church, of which donominn-tio- n Dr. Smith had boon n member MAMFORT ROUNDABOUT, since sixteen years of age. o Kentucky, at Kruufcfort, at The physicians of the city acted as Rxl an the second-clasmailable matter. while tho honorary active ones were from Frankfort kiJKO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. Council, No. 7, Royal Templars of Tomporance, of which organization PKANKFOTi'J , MAR. 19. tt2. Dr. Smith was a member, and in which his life was insured for two thousand dollars. OhrlBtlan post-olllos pall-bearer- His Mouth Shot Away. A distreBsing accident occured near the Kentucky Military Institute Saturday afternoon. Four of tho cadets two sons of Judge P. P. Johnston, of Lexington, a son of Rev. T. N. Arnold, of this city, and a young man by tho name of Loard, of Louisiana-w- ere out hunting, there being only two guns in the party. The boys separated into couples young Arnold and one of the Johnston boys going together and Marious Early Johnston and young Loard going together, though both parties kept in a short distance of each other. When they wero about a mile from tho Institute Marious Johnston saw a bird fly over their heads and called out to Loard, 'there goes a robin; give mo the gun," at the samo time reaching for the weapon, which Loard hold in his hands cocked. In drawing it towards him the trigger caught against Loard's clothing or some other object and the weapon was discharged, the charge Btriking young Johnston about the middle of the chin, tearing off half of both lips and the flesh from the left cheek half way to the ear, and cutting off tho teeth from the center of the mouth to Half way of the left jaw even witn the gums. As soon aB he was shot Johnston threw away the gun, spun around like a top and then started to rim He had only gone a short distance s, , f&l it B ; : Nsrvr KTKTVM DKATH CAME SUDDENLY To Dx. S. F. Smitli Willi c on tlie Way to Say a m Have Come to Town. and family have removed from their suburban residence and are now occupying tho residence he recently purchased from Mrs. H. I. Todd, on the corner of Washington and Wapping streets. Postmaster Jas. M. Saffell for Infants and Children. Castoria Sour Stomach, Di&rrhOBA, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di Without injurious medication. euros Colic, Constipation, Professional Call. " CMtorl la bo well adapted to children tliat I recommend it as superior to any prescription II. A. Ancnxs, M. D., known to mo." Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. 7. The use of 'Castoria' is bo universal and ita merits so well known that it sooms a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." CUnLoa Marttw, D.D., New York City. Bloomingdalo Eef ormed Church. Late Faster Take Effect May x. The new system of woighing instead of gauging whisky will be put into effect on the first of May. The scales are now being distributed to the Collectors and during tho month of April the Government officers will bo instructed in the opeiation of the system. - " For sereral years I have recommended your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to do so aa it has invariably produced bonoflcuu results." Edwin F. Paiidct, M. D., MTbo Wlnthrop," 12Sth Street and 7th Ava, New York City. 77 Tot Cxhtaub Ookfakt, Mobrat Strxbt, Yonx. Feb. IMy. . An Important Difference. ill. I g0P0fR Tarty. ANNOUNCEMENT. For Circuit Clerk. Wo nre authorized to announce WALTER FRANKLIN ub ii candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Wo nro authorized to announce THOMAS B. FORD as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Fr.iuk-li- n county, subject to the Democratic primary 19, 1892. election, Mm-cJan. 9 te. h ?' W ' it i that they who think themselves not affected with any disease, but are that .the system simply needs cleans- , -j mg, is io uring uumioriI Iiiumu iu uiun hearts, as a costive condition is easily when ho exclaimed that ho could go Figs. Manu- no further. Young Loard, although The city was startled about noon cured by using Syrup of by the California Fig Syrup younger and smaller, ran to him got Monday by the information being factured him upon his shoulders and carried 26-- lt. telephoned from the Old Crow Dis- Co. him for a quartor of amile to the tillery that Dr. S. F. Smith, of this house of a negro man, while Arnold A Lijjlit Sentence. city, had been found dead upon a hilland the younger Johnston ran aB fast side near the J. S. Taylor DiHtillery, The trial of M. H. Kendall, sr , and as they could to the Institute and inon Glens Creek. He left the city that M. H. Kendall, jr., participants in the formed Col. Boyd of the accident. morning in apparent good health to bloody street fight in Georgetown Dr. Williams was telephoned for and go out and see Mr. William Stewart, lastAugust, in which A J. Montby the time he got out there the una patient, who resides on the Glens gomery, an innocent party, and John fortunate young man had been Creek pike, and when near the house Jarvis were killed and Burrell Jarvis brought to the Institute. He immeleft his horse hitched by the roadside seriously wounded, took place in tho diately had Dr. Hume sent for and and started to walk up tho hill. Ho Scott Circuit Court last week and re- the two together dressed tho wound. was found some little time after by sulted ip M. H. Kendall, sr., receivone of the employes at the Taylor ing a sentence of two years in the Judge Johnston was telegraphed for, on Sunday Distillery lying upon his face dead, Penitentiary, and M. H. Kendall, jr., came down that night and his son to afternoon started with and it is supposed was stricken with being acquitted. As there is another Richmond, Virginia, to place him apolexy. At leasta jury summoned by charge against Kendall, jr., he was the care of Dr. a magistrate of the vicinity returned sent back to jail, and the old man under an expert surgeon Hunter oity, of that a verdict to that effect. will likely be brought here in a few whom it iB hoped can build up and Fifty-thre- e years ago Dr. Samuel days. restore tho flesh to the face of the Fountain Smith was born near young man by grafting. Jefferson county, in this Postponed One Week. , Fortunately the young man had his where he was raised upon a State, teeth closed when the charge struck farm. Upon arriving at manhood he The noted Southern evangelist, him or his jaw might have been torn began the study of medicine, Rev. J. B. Culpepper, of Georgia, will afterwards he attended college in not be able to reach Frankfort before away by the charge. Brooklyn, New York, and finally March 26th, owing to tho great inDouble Run Away. graduated from the Louisville Medi- terest manifested in the meeting he cal College. When the war broke is now engaged in at Brunswick, Mr. Bud Armstrong, of the Bridgeout he entered the Confederate ser- Georgia. The revival at the Metho- port neighborhood, left his horse and vice and served during the war as a dist Church in this city will not be- buggy standing on Broadway Wedsurgeon. At the close of the war he gin as announced, but nesday afternoon, when the L & N. returned home, married Miss Julia R. be postponed one week, Evangelist yard engine came along and frightenfor a time Culpepper preaching his first sermon ed the horse, causing it to run away. Coxgand in Shelby and Oldhnm counties, Sunday morning, March 27th. The animal ran up to Ann street and located near Lockport, Henry county. The evangelist writes Rev. H. G. turned south, and when it had reachIn 1873 he removed to this city and Henderson, pastor of the Methodist ed the front of Luckett's stable the opened an office. Practice came to Church, "If I wore twenty-fiv- e men buggy collided with a two-horhim slowly at first, but by strict at- I could not answer the calls coming wagon belonging to Mr. F. E. Kinney, tention to business and answering from all points." of Bloomington, which was standing every call, whether from high or low, The people of Frankfort are to be there. The buggy was turned over, lie finally built up a good business. congratulated upon having the ser- smashed up and the harness torn to He never stopped to ask, when told vices of so distinguished a revivalist pieces, freeing the horse from the that his services were needed, wheth- as Mr. Culpepper. vehicle. 'It continued its flight, turner he would recieve his fee, and soon ed in Mnin street, and kept on until became known as the poor mtm'a Organized. brought up by Mrs. Barrett's fence at friend. He was a conscientious, upthe lower end of tho street, where it right, Christian gentleman; modest At a meeting of the stockholders was finally caught and brought back. and unassuming, but so firm in his of tho Masonic Temple Company, The racket occasioned by the buggy eonvictions of right and duty that he held on Wednesday evening, the fol- being gashed against Mr. Kinney's pursued his own course, regardless lowing board of directors were wagon frightened his horses and elected: of what others might think. caused them to run away also. They For One Year Gen. Fayette Hewitt dashed up Ann street and in attemptAbout Beven years ago he commenced the publication of a Prohibi- and M. P. Gray. ing to turn into Main ran upon the tion paper, called the "Truthful WitFor Two Years A. W. Overton sidewalk in front of the McAulifFe ness," which he kept up for several and U. Keenon. building and straddled a telegraph years, but as his practice began to For Three Years Jacob Swigert polo one horse going on either side saffer from devoting too muc h time and George A. Lewis. which brought thom to a standto it he was reluctantly compelled to The Stockholders' meeting then ad- still. One of the fore wheels of the give it up, but about two years ago journed and a meeting of the direc- wagon was smashed to pieces, the he revived it again under tho name tors was held, at which the following spokes of a hind wheel splintered and of "The Witness," in which he advo- officers wero elected: Gen. Fayette a breast chain broken, but the horses cated Women's suffrage and the cause Hewitt, President; Ben T. Farmer, escaped injury. of the People's party, and was still Secretary, and J. W. Shipraan, All this came of leaving horses publishing it at the time of his Treasurer. stand upon tho street unhitched and were appointed to with no one to watch them. FortuCommittees death. s ago he made the race draft and solicit further sub- nately no one was injured, but there Five years from this county scriptions of stock and then the were somo narrow escapes. for Representative Mr. on tho Prohibition tioket, and last board adjourned subject to the call Kinney had unhitched one trace of summer at the meeting of the Peo- of the President. each of his horses, but they took tho ples party Convention at Covington Great enthusiasm was manifested wagon along with them at a lively he was nominated as the candidate of at the meeting of the stockholders rate Just the samo. that party for Lieutenant Governor and the brethren of the mystic tye and was also made a member of tho are evidently in earnest and will push Will Lrlve at Midway. National Executive Committee from the enterprise with fervency and zeal thiB State until a building of which tho city will The children of the late Mrs. Bottio Soven years ago his wife died, leav- bo proud is erected on tho lot on Wingato will make their future homo ing to his care three children, one a Ann street, opposite the private en-- i with their uncle, Mr. Wallace Harper, babe a few we oka old at the time, all trance to tho Capital Hotel. near Midway, but Miss Dessio, tho of whom survive him. Ho will be oldest, will remain hero at school for states sadly missed by tho poor of tho city, An exchangesting. that the male tho present. Their homo, on Third investiamong whom he had a large practice. wasp does not of thisBefore assertion, we Btrqet, is offered for sale. gating the truth The funeral took place Tuesday would advise our readers to secure a afternoon at one o'clock from his late bdttlo of Salvation Oil. on For Rent-Tlilr- d A dwelling-hous- e street. Apply to residence, theservices being conductVirginia Duvall. f ed by Bev. George Darsio, of the Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. I J.4-1.,.II Mc-Guir- To make it apparent to thousands, if1 For Sheriff: Wo nre authorized to announce JAMES M. WAKEFIELD as a candidate for Sheriff or Franklin county, subject to the nctlon of tho Democratic primary, March 19, 1892. Jan. o. OISTIS JEX3NTJOY 3oth the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant tnd refreshing to the taste, and acta ;ently yet promptly on the Kidneys, syb-te- We are authorized to announce JAS. G DRAW-NEas a candidate for Sherllf of Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the primary election to be held March 19, 1892. R Dec. 19-t- e, Mid-dlotow- n, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the 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 the 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 havo made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists. 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. m We nre authorized to announce R. D. ARMSTRONG as a 'candidate for Sheriff of Franklki county, subject to the action of the Democratic convention of Saturday, March l'Jth. 1892. We are authorized to announce A. G. JEFFERS as a candidate for Sheriff of Frunklln county, subjsct to tig) Democratic primary election. 14-t- FOR SALE. A SMALL in operation, SOUR-MAS- A rare bargain. Jan.23-tf- . Apply to DISTILLERY, NOW for sale cheno.' Onlr 4.000. M.T. MITCHELL, Frankfort, Ky. V $100 REWARD- "rHKRE WAS STOLEN FROM MY POCKETS 1 on the streets of Frankfort. , on Monday, February 1, 1892, four hundred and eighteen dollars in money and a fine cold open case wutcn and chaln.N I will nay the above reward for tho arrest and conviction of the thief. Feb.6-tf- . i A. J. tf HOWALTER. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Lowsviue. Kr. new york, n.y. Farm for Safe. r?ARM OF I G. MARKSBURY, foNE MILK from Bagdad, Ky WU.UIUHi. """"I '! lmnroved and all In grass, Will be sold at a. bargain. For terms and other Information call JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. on, w Aavioi to Womev If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, f after-practicin- ,... Suppressed or Irregular struation you must use Men- Dec. ... HI 25-S- II II Rdb't. B. FraiMin n-iy. se BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR GARTOumiXS, April 28, 1888. certify This will family, that two members of var after having suffered for Immediate years from Mcnutrual Irregularity, treated without benefit by physicians, wewatlonicuicompletelycurtdbyono bottls of Bradeld Female KegHiator. IU effect Is truly wondertuL J. W. Stbamm. Book to " WOHAK " mailed FREE, which contains . vsluaMe information oa all f emalo olsesses. Krapkfort, Ky. ORCHARD, 1872, LAWN; 1892. GARDEN. RADhELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, OA. IMMENSE 8TOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN-- 1 tal trees, small fruits, shrubs, vines and , plants. BOX BJLZJB mr JOT 9T JMO JOBVOQIMT. Vt PRICES LOW, ml We have no agents and our profits cease' where theirs begin. General and strawberry catalogues on application to u F mLLENMKYH, Lexington. Ky. . Feb. 20-3- m THE NEW WEBSTER Dn. E. C. Wkst's Nkhvkanii Brain Trkat-mek- t, ft Rimranteed sppclftc for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convulsion, hUh, Nenons iseurnlijlu. Heannche, Nervmn Prostration caused uy tne use of ulcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Softening or the Drain remitting In Insanity ami leadlni; to misery, dec iy and death, Premature Old Age. Barreness, Loss of Power in either sex, Involuntary l.osfrt and Snerma-torrhao- a caused by overexertion of the brHiii,elf-abus- e ch box contains or one month's treatment. $1.00 a box. or six boxes for $5 00, sent by mull prepaid on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY SBCOKSSOKOF THIS UNAlininaKU. d by-law- send tho purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money if the treatment does not effect a cure, (iuurantees Issued only by THE CO., and J. W. (1AYLE, & (JAYLE Franklort, hy, To cure un case. With each for nix boxes, acconinanletl With by 5 IK), wo Mill in i A INVESTMENT GRANDFamily ami School. Torotery and lionet from Cover to Cover. J $500 Reward! We will pay tho above reward for uny case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, or Costlyeness wo cannot euro with Wcst'j. Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fall to give sutlsf action. Sucar Coated. Large boxes, containing 80 Tliowoilc or mvislon occupied over ten years, inoro t him ij Hundred helnir employed, tuul vv 8.100,000 copywasprlnted. expended ;"'" -- 28-t- counterfeits and ImiPills, 20 cents, Dewar-o- f tations. The genuine manufactured only by C. WEST OMPANY, CHICAfiO, THE JOHN ILL. Forsuleby all ilruggls . 1G-I- tionary, us pVitogrnphlo leprlntu of "nobso. leto and comparatively worthless edition or Webster nro bclni; marketed under various numes and oftim by niNrorroMntatlon. GCTTHT. DEST, Tho International, which bcni Imprint or O. & C. MEUUIA31 A CO .I'ulillshors, Sprlugileld, Muhb., V. ti.A, Feb. t. SO'.D DV ALL DOOICSCLLCRS. nt fu o bv tho publishers. CAUTION fi weeded l'i pHrelinMiiK ft dicPamplilv-tf.- . ''K Ml r I'.u '). . We begin the new ye;ar with a more complete line of goods than ever belore. Buggies, Phaetons, Surrys and Road Carts in many styles. FOR, 1892 ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. Y A full HAND-MA- DE line of HARNESS, All prices WAGON HARNESS, PLOW GEAlf, and variety of SADDLES. J feists. Mas tin Bros.: la all sizes. Of every .ii description and repairs for same. &o. Harrows, Seed Sowers, Corn 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 Very respectfully, it. Gentlemen: A. W.MACKLIN, W.J. & W.U.LEWIS, WM. JONES, J. C A R. W.NOEL. BEDFORD, I10WKN& HOLTON, SIDNEY JOHN GODDARD. ED WILEY, Planters, Cultivators, ,-1 What Ave advertise you will find we keep. it to your interest to call and see us. And we are sure that we can makfe IMEJ.ST'Xnr FRAMFUliT ROUiNDABUli witchcraft panic in 1692. The truth has not been sacrifled, and unlike moat historical dramas and novels 'The Witch" can be used as a history lesson with advantage. The aim of the authors to correctly reproduce has been seconded by Manager Frohman in the stage setting of the play. The scenery is not only beautiful, it is said, but appropriate to the minutest particular. Two of the scenes especially receive praise. The one representing the common in old Salem, and the other "Gallows Hill" at daybreak. Miss Frohman made her debut as the sympathetic heroine in "May Blossom," "Snow Bound" and "False Charms." Her career has not been long nor varied, but she has made a reputation already. Business Manager, Jursen-Ben'- s innovation in the manner of printing the cast on the programme is worthy of praise. The characters are arranged and numbered according to their first entrance, so as to enable the spectator to at once recognize them. Tlie Ex-Port- er a Burglar. BROS 41l1lJeJ e, L. WBffl' fflfe- - 111 John Fields, colored, for many years porter at the Capital Hotel, , homo Mr. J. I. Case, (Hickory was arrested Wednesday upon two FRANKFORT. MAR. 19, 1892. of llaclne, Wis., bays: "Alter trying o'ory known remedy, 1 removed ft lurgo Buncfi Z charges of buglary. On Monday oi two years standing, from a 3 year old lilly, Z night Mr. George H. Watson, who S witt thrco applications of TIME TAKLE. boards at the Capital Hotel, was The followhijr time table i now QUINN'S OINTMENT. awakened by feeling some one pullV effect upon the L. fe N. road: ing at his pants which were lying It Is tho best preparation I have evernsed or heard Z J UsiHllBpAtSw of. I heartily recommend It to nil Horsemen." 5 TBAINB WEST. on the bed. He arose, found Fields rM We have hundreds of ruch testimonials. 5:f0 n.m' No.231oave6Frnnkfort hidden under the bed and kicked 9:40 a. m No. 17 leaves Frankfort for It. him out of the room. On Tuesday & Price,not keep per bottle. Aste yourordruggist for trial If bo 8150 It, .1:00 p. m box. No. 21 loaves Frankfort doea tena us 25c. stam pa all ver, night some one entered the residence 7:88 p. ir., iTBADE UAItK, No UHeavep Frankfort W. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. of Messrs. Church Bros., on Main TBAINBKABT. street, and robbed Hon. D. W. Trib-blNo . 18 leaves Frankfort .... 10:10 a . in. member of the Legislature from 4:35 p.m. No. 20 leaves Frankfort Madison county, who boards there, No. 24 nrmes Frankfort .... 7.48 p. wi. loss The fifty dollars. of :15 p.m. No. 22 leaves Frankfort was made known to the polico, who Nos. 28, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrunge for Cincinnati. No-- . 2!t aud 21 connect arrested Fields, took him to the PI3-.CTIOiLat Anchorage for Blootnliehl Branch. L house, and his foot fitted the track V. W. AliKXANDEB, exactly made in the snow in the back Agent. yard by the thief. He was lodged in jail and had an examining trial on Dr. Bagby. Wednesday before Judge Williams who held him over to the June term AND DEALER IN- Mr. Geoge F. Babjy, son of Rev. G. of the Circuit Court. He failed to P. Bagby, and a former employe of give bond and is still in jail. Gas this office, graduated from Pulte Fields has already served one term Medical College on Monday and is Worn Wan aud Weak in the penitentiary and the prospects PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO M. D. He was the now a and Weary. JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK seem to be good for his donning the Taledictorian of his class. GUARANTEED. Ho, ye women, worn and weary, stripes a second time. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Opposite State House, with wan faces and so indescribably Going to Farming:. Height of Cruelty. weak. Those distressing. dragging-dow- n painB, and that constant weakCapt. Smith Cook, the Kentucky ness and wornness and weariness can Nervous women seldom rocoive tru Business College sold his place at Hatton be cured. For all such Bufferers, Dr. iVinpatby they deserve. While often Giant, has Prescription is a t,ho pictures of hoalth, they are co BooK.KEEPiHa, Shorthand. TELEORAPHV, so. Station to Messrs. Fulton & Bohan-no- Pierce's Favorite I CT K V ailing. To withhold yP-Ihpanacea of inestimable value. As Write for Catalogue and Full Information. hVWIW W IMaft-ft-jgiven up the Station agency an invigorating tonic, it imparts tantly from these unfortunates is tmt and will go to raising tobacco on a strength to the whole system. For heigtht of cruelty. They have a weak farm near Bagdad with his brother-in-la- "overworked," "worn out," debilitat- iieart, causing shortness of breath, fluttering, pain in side, weak and ed teachers, dressmakers, seamstresshousekeepers, nurs-inu- : hungry spells, and finally Bwollinjf of es, "shop-girls,- " mothers, and feeble women gen- ankles, oppression, choking, emotfcor-inDIXIE'S FWOqiTE. F0q THE WOODS Of THE SOUTH T Htf fiO EQUJL Ladies. and dropsy. Dr. Miles' New erally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the greatest earthly boon, blears uure is just tnejuung mr mam. Th patent by which this Saw Is protected constats of a depression of tho face of tho cutting teeth through the center from point to base, thus removing all friction while Aro you suffering from weakness? being unequaled as an appetizing ffer their nervousness, headache, To vnnr nnmnlnxion HftlloW? Do VOU cordial and restorative tonic. As a woaknom, etc., his Restorative Nerthe durain use, giving strength and stillness to the teeth and increasing three-folAre you soothing and strengthening nervine, vine is unequaled. Fine treatise on bility of the "set." WE CHALLENGE TUX WORLD to prodaee a Raw have constant back-ache- ? unequaled "Heart and NervouB Diseases" and nnMnofnrt? Tin vnn feel all tired "Favorite PreBcrintion" is eqaallBg tke ATklHH FAST CUTTING DKXTEK. free. out? If you have any of these feel-- , and invaluable in allaying and sub-in- marvelous testimonials Gayle. Sold and guaranteed by J. W. begin at once to use Dr. Hale's duing nervous excitability, 8 Tea. It will give you a' tion, prostration, hysteria spasms and clear comploxlon, win restore you io otner aisuresBing, ucrvuuu eviuywui health and strength and will mane sommonly attendant upon functional Tlie City Assessment. per foot, you feel like a new person. Get it to- and organic disease.. It induces Handles. ' pnirpJ Silver Stl, Inclndlnr Uandle. 9S.OO per foot. Special Steel, Without .70 day at Carpenter's South Side Drug refreshing sleep and relieves mental Mr. J. E. Kirtley, City AssOBSor, 4 anxiety and despondency. Store. and his assistant, Mr. J. W. Graham, BEWARE OP IMITATIONS. The large demand for the Atkiki Concavb Toom Dkxtkr 8av has led competitors to make completed the work of .listing the Inferior Saws which they claim "as good as the Dexter." These imitation Saws are made from a Refunded tlie Money. Fell From a Barge. property in the city on Saturday and lower grade of steel, inferior workmanship, und without the patent concave tooth. hardwaro dealer for Dexter" have turned their books over to the not Ask yourfor you, remit amount the "Atkinsdirect to us.and take no other. If tho dealer will Some two years ago an effort was with order order it Shelton, a colored man purpose , Andrew by Mr E M. Wii,ianlB, the City Council. The following is the made to raise a fund for the employed wiipaiu(w. um!s,tim, nf flnfoblishincr a Dublio hospital in coal dealer, waa engaged in pumping result of their work: T P ATKINS R CO $1,124,921 00 a sum of money out a barge of coal at Salonder's First Ward White this city, and qujte 50,793 00 e. o. w. Men was collected. Not enough, however, wharf, Tuesday afternoon, when the First Ward Colored accomplish the purpose, and after spring polo attached to the pump to $1,175,714 00 Total repeated efforts to get our people to came loose, and, as Shelton was take hold and push the matter to a standing upon the side of the barge, Sacond Ward-W- hite $1,239,933 00 succoBBful termination, the leaders 30,933 00 was thrown backwards into the Second Ward Colored... he A 11 in the movement oecame uuhiuuiu riyer h(J cQuld nofc 8wim he B00n $1,276,866 00 Total and gave up the fight. The money gjmk in u feefc of WHtor and , raiBed waB loft in the hands of a com-- drowned Another negro waa upon Third Ward White $815,517 00 mittee of ladies, who, after waiting fche q afc fche u ftnd had he ox. 72,360 00 Third Ward -- Colored.... eome time, in hopes that the moveiaed pre8ence of mind enough to ment would reoievo a new impetus, aunnnn o nol lvlnr nRar ho Total $887,877 00 NO JEFFERSON finally concluded to refund the money 261 WEST STREET, thavobeenBftVodbut nJ waf $3,180,371 00 to the subscribers, which they did too much frightened to attempt to do Total White 160,086 00 last week. anything until Shelton was going un Total Coloied too der tho last time, when it was 3,340,457 00 If it is true that philosophers are late. Tho body was recovered in an Total Dr. Bull, of Cough TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. wise men, then $541,428 00 Syrup fame, must have boon one of hour or so after just about tho place Total over last year tho greatest of philosophers. it sank tho last time. TELEPHONE 1050. RING 2. Coroner Dohonoy was notified and Now Try Tills. held an inquest over tho remains, the It will cost younothing and will sure-l- y Tlie Witcli. jury returned a verdict of death from do you good, if you have a Cough, The attraction which cornea to tho accidental drowning. Cold, or any troublo with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr King's New DisOpera House, Wednesday, March 23d, covery for Consumption, Coughs and will be found worthy of its audience. WIio Has a Bog Spavin? Oolda is guaranteed to give relief, or Bouse ard Lot for Sale. "The Witch" is the play and Mario money will be paid baok. Sufferers Both Hubort Frohmun is the star. Mr. G. W. Dugan, of Danville, re- from La Grippe found it just the you a speedy have boon praised by men who ought marks, "Tho Quinn's Ointment Bog thing and under its uso had a sample rmiKnE will UK a meetinh ok the mllE HOUSE AND LOT OF MRS. M. T RUN-- I und perfect rocovory. Try yun. on Ann street. Is offered forsale at a talking about, sent mo has romovod a large of the Pe ik's Mill Turnplku Co . to know what they are Lot 70 by 200 feet, and gave bottle at our expense and learn for T Stockholders Krankfort. Monday, March Court House brick promise of Manager Spavinremedy iBporfootsatisfaction." yourself jiiBt how good a thing it is. at the 1892, to electin directors for the comlnu house of ten rooms upon It. with and wo have the worth many times Hth, ThiB For terms apply to production shall the price and will remove blemishes Trial bottles froe at Phil. Oaiipenteu's jeur. uy order of Frohman that tho H.W.0RB00UY, JOS. SWHJERT. Tho for which you would gladly pay fifty Drug Store. Large size 50o. $1.00. President. 101 Aim Street. bo artistic to the last detail. Feb, 3 Feb. story of the play is. founded on tho dollars. Grovo-FarmJay-Eye-Sc-e) JAY EYE SEE WEi : n EDWARD CLAASSEN, -- Plumber, Gas Steam Fitter Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, full-fledg- ed ad I BRYANT & STRATTON n, y nillGvll kx. g Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter. d gs exhaua-HouBeho- ld ""'l Plants, Bulbs. Seeds. Metal Designs. , ( -- -- ; a, THOMPSON, Rose Buds a Specialty, floral Designs. Turnpike Notice. bar-cal-n. two-stor- y 25-3- t. HIBMiiS Ayi 6 ..$1 TOKEN" IS- - Beady for Spring Trade most complete .Tny T. wtthttt in the Ready for Spring Trade with a large line of IS' China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double I am closing out. ? No trouble to show K goods. &T K. V. Religious. We JNO. T. BUCKLEY. would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ot cliurchesln tlic city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish mad c.1 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. JOHK T. SfCKLSY. j J, J", i I ' 9:30 in the chapol. Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Eov. W. O.Taylor, the pastor. Baptist Church Sunday-scho- ol at at 11 a. usual services m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. McOlusky Biayney, D. D.,-- the pastor. First Presbyterian Ohurcii The had charge of the train, before the grand jury to tell what he knew about the matter, the Sheriff of Scott county was sent to the station at Georgetown with an attachment and carriage to take him to the Court House, on Tuesday morning, and upon the arrival of the train it was held twenty minutes while Capt. Wilder gave his evidence before the jury, which did not amount to much, as Mr- - Remington was the only one of the party ho know. W. Wilder, who If yon havo a bujrgy, carriage or set of harness which needs repairing take it to tno Kentucky unggy uno Harness Company on oust Bronuway. All work promptly executed 16-rf. I Wtfl HI KFI t btLkbabhi FY Kentucky Central Kailwav O ShorteMJiid Uuiokesi ruutciroin IJJPC'X'K i ICI'JXS"r,i7CHC"r X-. "BLUE GRASS ROUTE,' ro ALL. rOlNTS OF CINCINNATI, O., will he nt the m IN LEXINGTON, KY., NORTH. LAST. WEST. MD SOUTHWEST. Saturday, March 5, 1892 Saturday, March 26, 1892. (Pile?) cured without surgical ( ptr.it. on an d with Utile or no pulu. REKERKNCKS . W. JfrKco Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott Frimkfoit, Ky. Ky. Dr. K. M. Gobcr, Frunkfoit. J. T. Stiten, iTiinkfoit, Ky. V. Borbcrich, lrniHcfurt. Ky. Kev. L. 1. Hulett Htns. n. Ky. A. IK McClure, Fiankfort, Ky. V. J. 'Ujlie. Frankfort, Ky. I)ald Moore, Benson, Ky. .la M. Wlthrow, traiikfoit.Ky. DR. KELLKY'.S nfllce mid reMdeiiCft Is nt 269 Wost hljjhth stroct. Cincinnati. Mild wheie he may he fou id over) day of eich week excopt SV HEMORRHOIDS fUR-DAY- KAS'l UrN'EIIETWEKN LEXKiGTOrv .SOIJJDULB IN UiD CINCINNATI. N'OV.IBTH.1891. Kl'tCT Towjjli Wcatlter. lOUtll ItOULli fe She hctehelod tho flax and carded tho Patrick's services at tho Church of the tho linen, and ow six wool,mado wovo clothes for and spun tho tow. al, was the worst of the tho her husband and and will be conShepherd cold wind. But ten children. Bho mado butter and cheese, inches deep with a ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, then the Fourth of July has not much Bhe dipped tallow candles, to light tho house at night, and sho cooked all tho food for her tho pastor. advantage of St. Paddy, for it is gen- household by an open fire place and a brick oven. Yes; and when sho was forty years of First mass at 8 a. m., second mass erally the warmest of the year. ago, sho was already an old lady whoso best 10:30 a. m., andvespers at 3 p. m. at days were over. Her shoulders were bent and We certainly did not read our goose bone aright when wo said it Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. predicted cold weather for February, Penick, the rector, will occupy as it certainly meant this month, as the pulpit at Ascension Church to- we havo had so far the worst weather morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at of any March for several year3. We 7:30 p. m. had a cold snap the first of tho week and it has snowed nearly every day. No.C, No. a, No l, l'iil Accom. JmIii. Exaun Lailv Lxpiebb luOlllllU La bun. in bOOpm U liteOlnulniuitl. Lve wovitigton, i 1 Oh 2 BSiiin 3 UJpUi 4 bupiu I) Arr " " " Paris. . Cyutiiian.i Fahiiutitli. o ltiani Lexington lilUnii ... Wjiin UiS.Ull lUzajjiu UUOpui 'J 45.1111 1040,1111 OUbplll UJOlJlll ti COPYTUOKT ICOO Catholic Church The usual What Your Great Grandmother Did. Good Thursday-- St. Day-- as lot-sn- usu- xMinpi lets describing tlieo llsuses and ti.o mode of treatment sent fieoto anyone W. I. KKLLEY. M. D by at dressing 253 W. Eight St. Cincinnati. O. CONSULTATION FREE. Lve Paris. , . il2odlii Arr Winchester l.iunn Lve Arr Lve Lve 1 ,ij)lll Richmond. 1 ttdpm llcrca . . . 2U5pm ArlLivinsston. Utlbplll lUpm 7U)pm G 15pm ijbji! i iji t Winchester Richmond 12401)111 b 5Upm 7 00pm ;K 800pm SHililB VlyA. iOeeeeeeeeaaX IUt. jeu written in. y.lf If you baren't, wlidon And Intelllffnt 4 win. loai iromis. you mr special, personal iltentlon. 1 un- lertak. to brltfli leach anr ftlrlv intelligent peion af.Iiher.ex, who Ait Corbln. Lve Cor bin. Lve Livingston. Lve London ., . . . . 4iupm 4 fiUtilll 6 51)111 3 15pm COJpm Ik H dmbttlon euggest ArrCum'bUap. Lve ilsirb'rvUle. Lve 1'liiovllle. . LveJllddlotib'li. G41pm 7 35pm 7 55pm o 15 at 11 Darsie will preach usual. Night Subject: and 7:30 as "When did Christ's Reign Begin?" Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly prayat 1 er meeting in the Lecture-room- , Christian OnuRCH Rev. George Tlie Wrong Man. her joints enlarged by hard work, and she eSKaBraWBeanefaUal SV' K! , m The Louisville Commercial, in its notice of the doath of Dr. Samuel F. Smith, on Tuesday, made a mistake in stating that ho was formerly editor of the old Commonwealth. Mr. Samuel R. Smith, at presont Superin7 p. m. tendent and Manager for the Geo. T. Stagg Distilling Company, edited tho Methodist Church Rev. H. G. Commonwealth during tho last years Henderson will again preach a prepa- of its existence, and is still as'stron ratory revival sermon a Republican as when ho wrote leadmorning at 11 o'clock and will ing editorials for that paper. Although occupy his pulpit in the even- out of journalism, the ink Btill clings ing at 7:30. to his fingers and he is an occasional Sunday-schoconvenes at 9:30a.m. contributor to the local papers and The Epworth League will meet in the Forest and Stream. the class room at 6:45 o'clock p. m. Dr. Smith was neVer a Republican in politics and was no relation of Mr. Southern Presbyterian Church Samuel R. Smith. The protracted meeting, which was commenced at the Southern PresbyHow to get Thin. (ENDALUS terian Church last week still con I. S. McElroy, of Tho only safe and loliable treattinues, and Rev. Lexington, is preaching to large and ment for obesity, (juP0rfloUB fiVfc) is tho "Loverette" Obesity Pills, which attentive congregations. the y will be two services, gradually reduced injuryweight and there or inconmeasurement. No m m S I I'vVf preaching at 3 o'clock this after- venienceLeaves no wrinkles acts noon and at 7:30 this evening. by absorption. This cure is founded upon tho most Mr. McElroy will also occupy tho and Tho Most Successful Itemody cverdUooT morning at 11 scientific principles, most has been pulpit eminent crrd, as It Is certain In Its vilucts and docs not used by one of the o'clock and at 7:30 p. m. Physicians of Europe in his private blister. Ilcad proof below : bo continued next practice for five years, with tho most Tho meeting will gratifying results. Kendall's Spavin Cure. week. Mr. Henry Perkins, 29 Union Park, use of the 2, Miles' TServe and L,iver Boston, writes: From tho my weight Dn, B. J. Ahout tlircn SncnwooD, JId., May to '90. KrKDALi. Co.: "Leveretlo" Obesity Pills you yenrs wro I wroto dents Pills. has boen reproduced ten pounds in nboutaliorsolownod who lmil n Spavin. I used bpavlu Cure, and It three weeks and my general health slxbottk'Hol jour Kendull's recommended to n cnmpleto Cure. 1 )mvo Act on a new principle -r- egulating is very much improved. The princi- mad? who havo used tt ult llHtitfliicpp's. It others Hits. Annus E. KmjaitoN. and bowels though ples of your treatment are fully inthe liver, stomach discovery. Dr. i Ua norvroH. A now dorsed by any family physician. In Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, . proof of my gratitude I herewith uunouit-tiongivo you permission to use my name Kendall's Spavin Cure. bad taste, torpuuivor, Splendid fur men, women and if you desire to do so. i,n,it.nn. Smnlleufc. niilclCBt. surest. T.inock, Prico $2.00 per package, or threo Dr. B. J. Kendall Warren Co., Va., Juno 3J, 1889. Co.: fin flnsoH for 25 cents. Samples free at packages for $5.00 by registered mail. Dear fllrs I must say that I onco tried n bottle y W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. supplied direct from our of your Kendall's Spavin euro on a threo-All orders J. colt, and It entirely removed tx bono spuvlu and office. I did not uso all tho bottlo lit icmovlnir it, Tho Is slzorsoven jenrs old, Co., Tho Leverette An Indictment Found. Washington street, Specific Mass. 339 horsobard ully yours,of thoE.time.very sound, and has work all done Kingston Sausbcbt. llespoctf Boston, county grand jury on The Scott Wednesday returned indictments One Way to be Happy, j Kendall's Spavin Cure. against Mossra. William Remington, of the Paris COLUatniA, Ala., July 2i, 1889. associate editor Is nt all times to attend the com Dn. B. J. Kendau. Co. : Bush Hart, George Gents I have effectually removed ono case of forts of your family. Should any one spnvinwltn Judy and Frank Lowry, tho four men of thorn catch a slight cold or cough, bono Ucspectf ully, yourIt Kendall'sIt. Spavin Cure, I cheerfully recommend to all. C. Kxiant. who prevented editor O. 0. Moore, of prepare yourself and call at once on get trial & Williams the Blue Grass Blade, from boardinge Chapman Otto's Oure, and groat a GerPrice $1 per bottle, or slxbottlesfor $3. All drugthe Kentucky Midland train at Spring-val- bottle of a man Remody, Free. Wo give it away gists bavo It or can get It for ) ou, or It will be sent several weeks ago, and detained to Drove that wo havo a euro cure to any address on receipt of price by the propria tVkw him several hours, endeavoring to 1UI flsMirwlarj UUIUU ..gvuiuui flnnaiimn. fOTSa UUUgUOi WV..UU...J. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., him givo certain information, tion, and all diseases of tho throat make 28 Enosburgh Falls, Vermeat. and lungs. Large sizes 60c. In order to have Conductor Goorgo a w ol Her great granddaughter, with all the modern conveniences for comfort, refinement and luxury, may bo as charming and attractas at twenty. Especially is ive at forty-flvthis truo if sho preserves her health by the uso of Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription, which wards off all femalo ailments and irregularities, cures them if they already exist, keeps tho liro current healthful and vigorous, and enables tho woman of middle ago to retain tho freshness of girlhood upon brow and check, tho light of youth in her eyes, and its elasticity in her step. Go to your drug store, pay a dollar, get a bottlo and try it try a second, a third if necessary. Before tho third one's been taken you'll know that there's a remedy to help you. Then you'll keep on and a curo'll como. But if you shouldn't feel tho help, should bo disappointed in the results you'll find a guarantee printed on tho that'll get your money back for you. Can you ask more ? bottle-wrapp- er ata!IIIHeMrwataatv J J n rite, and whi after lastructlua, nlll work Industriously, how tc earn Three Thousand can rod and a Lve Ccrbin. . . 4 oUpui Lve WUila'Bb'g. 5 45pm ArrJeUico... . li 20pm Lve Richmond 1 50pm Lve Lunciister.. 1 45im Arr Stunfoni. . I 520pm Dallv Ex Suit Express ' ri 1M mat lIMMWeWllll Gfk J rear theti own locallllei, where erer tiny lire, i will alio fumlib the altuatlou or Dollr In . No. 2. ,s North-Uouu- d No. 4 No. 6, Dally Dally. Ex bun, . 71' v'. i' v ampl.imtnt, which you earn that amount. 1 charg. nothing; and rec.lr. nothing unites successful, at .bore. Nothing difficult to learn, or that much time. I desire hut on. pereon from e.cn oitinct ur can ' r.qulr.i SteaaaT Il!V?iZ7J"--'iVS- t' I. wdmmr&& - C. Dec "" Dloyment a larr. ari77ai an number who ar. rri making; orer Three I hounand Dollars a Year, eath. All la new, 'Mia.aure. run particulars Alter you anow an, ii you aclud to ro no further, why, no harm Is don.. Address, county. I haveaU realty veurlit anil provided with enw Lve WiliU'Bb., Arr CorJn.. . Lve Cum'b (Jul). Lve JlM(lIe.sbfli live I'lnevlllo-- . Lvo Uurb'rvJUe . . Lvo Corbln. . . Lvo London . . Arr LtviiiKKton " Lancaster Arr Kichmuiid. LvuJelllco. . Lve Stanford 7 7 H 05um 00am 45um 10 15am 6 50am U 35iim 6 alum ti 7 ArrUorbln.. AtLi:., irec. liox il.O, Auuuam, Maine. 47am 8 85am 9 25am 9 o5um 10 Hum 11 05am 11 15.mi 12 lOnn G 5Hm i Lve llerea. . . Arr Richmond.. Lve ltlciimond . Lvo Livingston. 7 smviNcujgiM Lve Winchester Arr Paris Lve Lexington Arr Paris. . . . Lve Cvnthianu. Lve Falmouth. Arr Covmtitoii. Arr llicltllllitl. ArrWlnchOhter G55am 05 mi 12 41pm 1241pm 1 1 h). .... 7 10am 7 45am 7 00am 7 53iim 8 21am 9 23,1111 10 51am llOOim S5im 65pm 227pm 2 00pm 2 87pm 3 07pm 4 01pm 5 85pm r 45pm 3 45pm 4 25pm 4 48pm DSOpm G nS7pm 45pm lu To-da- MAYSV1LLE I1RANCH No. 10, North-hounDaily, Ex, Sun. d. V' No. Ex. Sun C Daily, 13 w . i KS , ; i i IONIC !CXJU33 Lve, Arr. Arr Arr, Arr. Lve. Cincinnati. Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington Piri-.- , . . 7 8 8 9 10 (10 . , . . . 7 o5 It a in m 2 C5pm .1 02 p m 20 pin 015pm 088pm Millerbitr Carlisle. . Johnson . Maysville. South-Doun- 18 am 40 n m 34 urn 10 am 7 B4 p m 8 80 p in 7(X)pm f.OSS OF APPETITE, Indigestion, Dyspepwa, Nausea, Sour Stomach, fc'ieepiesKiioss, Headache, Ifervoua Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Energy, 'Weakness of Back, Feelings of Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc. No. 9, Daily. Ex. Sun 5 20 C 57 G 50 7 15 7 40 8 28 Ifl 51 11 00 11 111 No. I. a Ex. Sun U pu, Lve, Maysville . , Lve. Johnson . Lve. Carlisle. . . Lve.Millersburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr, Lexington. . Arr, Covington . Arr. Cincinnati . tl m II III H 11 111 n in III It in H n m 0 45 p m 150pm 227pm 3 20 pin 3 43 p m 4 10 p in 7 00pm 87 pm js Ui 45-l- ) ear-ol- d 25-l- In UHe for 25 years by eminent pbyMolana ton 'oijliiulnimil. No.l RuiiBdally mid Kurgennti lu tbe United Hmtex, and pronil stations No. 4 nounced by them tlie boat TONIU extnut Rowland Runs dally from Is dally exceptexcept the Division, which Sunday. oiliern full. it inireH where allyour DruygUtTry It and be No. 6 Dally except Sunday, con vlnced. Ailc for It. 5. Cindally except Sunday KNOTT, C.P.ATM0RE. (Jen, 1'nt.a. Agt. TruMc Munngflr. General Offices, Louisville, Ky, S, F. n. JUmSE. Asst. fien'l I'ass. Ag't. Ofllce, Cliamberof Commerce nidg., Cincinnati, 0. No. 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexing- S.It m In 5 WB li PRICE, $1.00 PEB BOTTLE. J. W. ED RAY & CO., Manfs. PABI8, B. AVERILL, and JSLST. Proprs., Sole Agent, Aar-.Tirrt- Frankfort, Ky. JunellMr. runs between No cinnati and Lexington. No. 10 Paris and Lexington Accommodation dally. Leaves Lexington 10,00a. m. Arrives Paris 10:'6a. m No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Leaves Arrlvon Cincinnati 6.15 p. in Falmouth 7:05 p. in., dally excopt Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 0 a. m. Arrives Cincinnati 7 05 n. in., dally except Sunday. Nob. land 8 make connections at Winchester for polntB on the N.N. & M. V. lty K. D. No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Oap and all Intermediate stations and runs daily. h u If PIVnrpptFVr,ffij TTr' Myi IWRPHWwrf fPPffWip i i EHH 'TT s ;- -! m u Hand some Wedding Birthday Presents! We are now showing a new line of Bfl jrfTijlltXWjwSTlBBWt " Tf.. t. jfci .' S t 7 . j TSLgAza arbelized Iron Clocks and Sterling Silver Ware. Bronze Clocks, Iron Clocks, Sterling pieces in satin lintel silk plush cases a specialty. Bronge Figures. M. A. Consumption. SELBERT, 233 St. Clair Street. Advertised Letters at fession, and to whom his sudden taking off should be a warning that all is in of Tho most to bo dreaded of all dis- work and no rest sooner violation the or later nature's laws and eases often begins in a simple cold, simply neglected. No cough should penalty attaches. born in Jefferson Dr Smith was bo allowed to run a single dny withcounty, Ky., and was graduated from out using the finest remedy in tho Louisville Medical University, and world, Dr. Halo's Household Cough Cure. Itaots liko magic, strengthening located in Frankfort in 1874, where ho has built up a large and profitable the lungs, allaying all irritation and practice. He leaves three cnnciren.' cures a cough where all other reme- ono dauchtor and two sons to dies fail. 25 and 50c. per bottlo at whom he leaves tho brightest legacy Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. an untarnished name for integrity, 4 honor and Christianity to the proof devotion to fession Resolutions of Respect, duty andan example attention to tho uncoasing to the interests of Frankfort, Ky., March, 1892. community ahis patients, and a good remembrance of To the officers and members of Frank- citizen, faithful Christian and charfort Lodge No. 4, K. of II: Your Committee appointed to draft itable gontleman. of this tribute be Resolved, A copy suitablo resolutions in memory of our sent to his family and be published deceased brother H. H. Merchant, a in tho local papers. member of Loyal Lodge, No. 3M3, of James R. Ely, President. Louisville, make the following report: S. E. James, Secretary, It has pleased the SuWhereas, preme Dictator of thd uni versa to remove from our midst our late brother Dr. Hale's Household Ointment H. H. Merchant, and, whereas, it is Frankfort, Ky. Bolow will he found n lint of nclvortiaed letters for tho week ending March l'Jth, 18U2-- : Colin. Joseph Debord, Nathan Dorsey, Mrs Miss Oh ism, Miss Clegot, Molly Crain, Miss Sallie Carter, Tom Callewneirs, Mrs. Viley Mrs. CampbolI.J. C. Ilarwood, J. D. Hill, Lafaette Martha Moss, Miss Ada Marshall. Charles Munroe, Geill G. W. WHITES HAS LED CREAM VERMIFUGE WORM REMEDIES FOR SOLD OR Notroner, Lotie M r s, All 20 YEARS EVERY BOTTLE CUARAHTEED PREMHED BY RICHARDSON-TAYL- EVERYWHERE . but just that fitting reaoguition of hiB many virtues he had; tnerefore, Frankfort Lodge No. K. of Ii., that while we bow with humble submission to the will of tho Most High, we do not less mourn for our brother, who has been ttiken from us. Resolved, In tho death of brother H. H. Merchant tho Lodge lamotit3 the loss of a brother who was ever ready to pro for the hand of aid and the will ofsympathy to the needy and distressed, an active member, a friend and companion who was ever dear to us all, a citizen whoso upght and noblo lifo was a standard of emulation to his fellow-maResolved, By 10, n. be it That the heart felt sympathy of tho Lodge is hereby extended to his wife and children in their Resolved, affliction. Lodge be draped in mourning for thirty days, in respect to the memory of our deceased brother. Resolved, That theao resolutions be spread upon the minute book of tho Lodge, and that a copy bo sent to the family of our deceased brother and a "You're talkin' through copy sent to his Lodge in Louisville. rupted. respectfully submit- your bonnet What's tho mattorwith Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. All of which is me'erittin' an entree at the jail? Trala, ted in O.. M , A. cookie," and he wont away. Spencer 0. A. Nelson, Courier Jake Ahler, Resolved, That the charter of this Stivers, Mrs. Mary E. Edward, Jane Ferroll, Tom Green, Charley Shinlivor, R. E. Gems, Willie Whaller, Henry Harlett, Henry Walton, N.S. Hulgey, John Hickman, Miss Wilson, Robert Lizzie Is tho finest remedy in the world. Whon culling for those letter sny adIt absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures vertised. Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum J. M. Sakfhlj., in the most sobthing manner. Cures Postmaster. Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive specific Specimen Cases. for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, S. II. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., Chilblains, Sores of long standing, ivas troubled with Neuralgia and Corns and Bunions are cured Quickly: Rheumatism, his Stomach was disorall different from all else; superior to to an Liver else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. dered, hisdegree, was affected, away, appetite fell ilarmlug Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenand he was terribly reduced in flesh ter's South Side drug store. alid strength. Three bottles of Eloj-tri- c Bitters cured him. Generosity. Edward Shepherd, Harrodsburg, 111., had a running sore on his log of "Can I eet something to eat here?" eight years' dtanding. UBod three he inquired humbly of the cook at bottles of Electric Bitters and seven the Kitchen door, "un, yes. plenty," boxes of Buoklen's Arnica Salve, and she said with smiling "generosity. his leg is sound and well. John "You can get a chop at the wood Speaker, Catawba, O., had five largo the Fever sores on his leg, doctors said Eile, or a loaf out on the bench in the he was incurable. Ono bottlo Elecyard, or a bite of meat from dog, or a roast from the lady of the tric Bitters and ono box Bucklen's house if she seos you, or some club Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by the South Side drug store, s.iuce 'from the hired man. 3 P. H. Carpenter. "Aw, come off de griddle," he inter5-- ly Sallie Day, Tomes bins Georgia Foltz. Harry Duniper, Robinson, Rodgers, Pack, Dr. John E Payne, Miss Will- ma M MED. CO. ST.LOINSMO. Eliza r s. Josie Scott, Dora Miss Oil, Wliat a Cough . Will you heed tho warning; the signal perhaps of the sure approach of that moro terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you can afford, for the sake of saving 60c, to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why moro than a Million Bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup and WM. CROMWELL, ATTORN AW EY-AT-- L REAL ESTATE AGENT. will aUo afro i pAcial attention to tho purohaae and sale of real estate, collection of el&lnu. r-nt- PRACTICE IN THB C00BT8 Of Franklin and the adjoining eountlei, and InnK-- l and the.iecotlatmn of loani. Mothers, do not be without it. For lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W whooping cough at once. 37 Gayle. My Sale of Damaged Goods. entire stock of dry goods, notions, laces and embroideries, slightly damaged by smoke, will be closed out at cost for cash. 25-t- f. n v7. rMM .K MILES ffli&BS 'HMMlll'Mk. WmO'Donnell. PiPvfI imnmeffl. i' KULJtti iiam 110 fAILEi L -- 27 " Tlie Golden Secret of Long Life. Keep the head cool, the feet warm and the bowels open. Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer is a vegetable preparation and acts as a natural laxative, and is the greatest remedy ever discovered for the cure of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and all Blood, Liver and Kidney Diseases. Call on Chapman & Williams and get a trial package free. RADAM' KEMm&W& ffin. iiew "I it- - THESllOUTEST AM) QUKMJT now Georgetown to f, Time. 25 Hours. SOLID VESTIBULEDTHAINS. or" Tho shortest and quickest. Large size 50c. MICROBE 28 to 2G Jacksonville, Ala Chas. Stubenraucii, Committee. Old Styles Still Mere. KILLER. Time. Hours. be- - SUiloli's William Skelley, 11 Of St., Jamesvillo, Wis., under date of May 23, says: Messrs. Kenyon & Thomas: This is to certify what I know about Dr. Halo's Household Ointment. I have had a bothersome soro on my lip for 15 years which terminated in a cancer. I had tried various remedies purporting to cure, but all without avail untill purchased a box of your Dr. Halo's Household Ointment and with two months' using it has entirely cured it, and I freely give this for tho benefit of the people. W. Gayle. Truly yours, Academy This is beyond question tlie most successful uougn iueaicme wo nave ever sold, u few doses invariably euro tho worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful success in the cure of is without a narallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a cruaranteo. a test which no other mnrilmno can stand. If vou have a nmifrli wn onrnestlv ask VOU to trv it Price 10c, 50c. and $1. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J 37 Consumption Cure. Con-BiimntJ- on at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. 4 Wm. Skelley. ThiB wonderful medioino is for sale New ISuiico Sclieme. Among tho many clever swindles that are boing practiced on the people in different parts of the country, the following is tho most successful: Tho operating parties watch the newspapers for estray notices and one of them goes and looks at the animal. Of course, tho unsuspecting farmer, on application, Bhows the benst, and after a critical examination tho man decides it is not his. An interviow with his partner shortly afterward gives him tho proper information, including any defects or blemishes that may have boon noted. Number two thon goes to the farmer, and after proving, by a thorough description, tho ownership of tho animal, says that he cannot well tako.it away and oflors to sell it ata bargain. Usually tho farmer will buy, and whon tho real owner docs appear, ho is out several uuinua. Meeting of Physicians. Fra-tern- y At a meeting of tho Medical of the city of Frankfort, on tho 16th day of March, 1892, in tho office of Chapman & WilliamB, to tako such action ns will oxpress their sentiments rolativo to the sudden death of their confrere, Dr. S. F. Smith, which occurred on tho 14th inst. of apoplexy. He died as he had lived, at work. Ho was visiting a pationt, had alighted from his buggy and wus on liis way through the yard to tho residence, when, as a lightning stroke on a cam day, the summons came -he was dead; no familiar face of friond or child near on which his oyos could rest for tho last time. Ho was an indofatigablo workor, and in his death the poor of his clientele havo lost indeed a friond, and to that class no on Second Fon Rent -S- tore-'room physician was over moro conscienHo was of a retir- street, suitablo for grocery, meat or tiously attentive. ing und unassuming manner and had notion store. Apply to w. 0. Hern-domany warm frionds among the pro 28-l- Some merchants will readily patron ize any advertising fake that comes their way. while the newspaper, which would certainly reach their customers, present and prospective, h never thought of. While the Register has no cause to complain of its home advertising patrons, as a glance at its pages will show, still when we see business men who never put a line in their homo paper pay naru ensli to some follow with a hotel regulation card or a "business" direc tory, which is nung in some place whore no ono ever sees it, we do not wonder at their claim thac "advertising don't pay." Tho fakir pockets the cash and goes to some other town to spend it, tho card or "directory" is torn down and trampled under foot after a few days, wh'lo tho newspaper goos right along bearing week after weuk to the solid and substantial citizens tho announce-nient- s of the live and energetic merchants who find that "judicious advertising pays." Richmond Register. y CURES ALL DISEASES. Because nil diseases are tlie re iuli of fermentation und decay, caused by living microbes In ttie human Solid Vestlbul'd Trains, The Short line tween Cincinnati anu Lkxinoton, Ky.. Time. 2lj Hours. KNOXY11.LK, TJtNN., 12 ASIIKVILLK, N. C. 17 ' ClUrrANOOUA.TKNN., 11 T1.ANTA, cares attest these Tacts, and demonstrate, to the uorld that Win. Kadam, the (Jreat Pioneer In his Wonderful Discovery, h.is gone tar ahead of all, other explorers Insclentlllc ilelds.and has demonstrated ibejoad a doubt that no disease can exist without a disordered system, ami his Miperb remedy stands at the front because It Is Direct system, and whatever rem- port for Connections at New Urleamand SnreT Toxa, Mexico and California. edy will imrlfytbe blood Leave Fiankfon via Kentucky Midland Railway by removing the cause of via Georgetown "nlS a.m.. tirrltHCInolnnut 110:25 disease and build up the a. m. Quicker than any other line. health and strength ot the All trains .trrlv patient. Is the one to use. Depot, Cincinnati. it lopjrirom Central Onion RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER frorKutep inps,A-- auores' K. T. CHAHLETON, Is nature's remedy, and Is D. I . & T. a.. ( hfittanoogiL the uroutest boon ever D. MILLER, It. ',. I.liV AhDb, given to mankind, hence S V.&t.T Traf. Mng. ( Inclnnutt, 0. the spurious Imitations which follow In the path or Its wonderful cures of Consumption, C.itarrh. Debility, Indigestion, lUieimmtlsm, Iiowtl, Bind-d- . r. Skin and all other diseases which aro qii lick-land permanently ured by this never timing compound which Ins done, more for suffering humanity than all the. prescriptions of poisonous proprietary medicines. drugs, nostrums, The qatek an4 direct roaU from Ac all put together, because It removes the cause ot disease and Insures health. Thousands I)D or voluntary certificates of almost miraculous LOUISIILLE TEXAS! Tfl AQKAHSAS BlKMINOUAM, ALA.. G., " " " " " 15 1G ' " v4Bv tr j a y lOnWMAMLllllLIll One hundred and fifty mllea SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK, And the only Tho Original and Old Reliable Microbe. Killer n palatable remedy which cures diseases by arresting decay and placing the system in a natural and healthy condition. Investigate tht mntsof this wonderful health which has stood the test and giving cured thousands ot all manner ot diseases; and germ or microbe beware ol ail other destroyers, which areoften thus advertUed to sell their otherwise worthless mixtures, and which aro but linliatons of this (Jreat Wonder Worktop d testa Darby' s JPropliy lact I c .sicls-roon- Without Change of Cars. If you are going to emigrate to u Will Use it in overy keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome;removing all bad odors from any source. Will destroy ill Disease Germs, Itemed)'. particular and certificates of wonderFor full address ,1, W, GAYLE or infection Irom all Fevers and ail ful cures, GAYLE CO., sole agents for Franklin & com ty. containus diseases. The eminent physician, J.Mari- Jan, ST, 'XW. Xj. 2aCA.Xi on Sims, of Mew York, says: "I am convinced that Prof. Darby's Ky. f3l West Main Street, Louisville, ProphylacticFluid is a most valu- Broker in Stocks and bonds, 21 able disinfectant ' lC-l- Snermau, Dallas, ft'ort Worth Austin, Houatin, This la tho kA CHEAPEST AND JifcST ROUTE. No y chance of cut to SE M0BTG0MEBY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS Hddress AKD NEW ORLEANS, for further Information. n. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoriai NEGOTIATES COMMISSION ONLY. ONloans on town und farm property on ope to live years time. Investment seciir ties for sale. n. e. w. Feb. t. c.p.ATiiroRE,ap.2r.i., LOU13VILMC. CXNTD0KT. i 1 - ?T7,wWfrfl7y rl K t 8- -. 1 ?' d H t MERCH ANT TAILORING Has always been one of the features of our large and growing business here and in Louisville. We aid the foundation here many years ago, and we have lived to see the wisdom of selling the BEST. We believed in the intelligence of the public to distinguish between the really high class suit made to order and one made to get your money without regard to this high class work. Only a few houses in We ask our friends and patrons to leave their measure all lines of business ever attain the top round. r& 4" WW Wednesday, March 23d, 1892, FHt IA m : u 4sn' m J When our cutter will be here for that purpose. . ', flK. CRUTCHER & STArllvS TRIIiOS, CliOTfilES, 1 School District No. 34. "Editor Roundabout: ..,.!- J' shoes, HATS. A a FUtWlSflESS. desks in a heap on the floor. No aaaaa table or place for the children's basFOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. kets, except to string them around the wall or on the floor to be kicked over by the luckless, not looking where they walk. So with the hogs, the ducks, the hens, the broken desks and tho capFOR THE LUNGS. sized dinner buckets, we may.well lift up our voice and cry: family remedy for Hon been a "Oh Lord of love, look from above, ijA- uuuiiiis, uuiiLis, liunsujurriUH, , GRIPPE.5' SORE THROAT. HOARSENESS. On these poor little scholars." PNEUMONIA. CATARRH, INFLUENZA, ACUTE We thank the Pea Ridge scribe for AND CHRONIC his timely remarks and think with WHOOPi: G COUGH.BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN himself that something is "rotten in IN THE SIDE AND SPITTING OF BLOOD, and all diseases of the Denmark." No doubt many feel toward tho Throat, Chest and Lungs ' school system and the way it is conducted as the fellow felt who was -- CONSUMPTION, hauling a load of potatoes up a steep hill, and looked back and saw the hind-gat- e DR. Wm. HALL'S of his wagon bed out and morphine, norany BALSAM contilnsno opium, deletorlous soothes wouia cuss and heals the Membrane of tbedrug. It inflamed saiu, -- roa 'caters rou; you, bub I can't do the subject jus- and poisoned by disease, and Lungs, prevents night sweats and lightness across the clTest. tice." It is m. 4i ffiUffliL SPECIALIST. Kentucky Midland Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND 5" ' As we are doomed to be disappointment in ever hearing from our efficient County Superintendent, we wish to tell you of our school-huos:Situated immediately across the pike in front of South BenBon Church, with the smooth and gently sloping church-yar- d in front, where the child to dren find a pleasant have their sports, and back of the ihouse a beech woods, with here and there a hickory or a chesnut, which makes a nice shady retreat for the children during their noon recess, of the hot days of the early fall, when the school is in session. Two nice springs and a well close at hand, and with a plank fence, niceinclosing the house ly white-washeand yard, with a few maples immediately around the fence, to break the force or tne evening sun, ic wouia do A Patron. an attractive place. All in all, it is one of the prettiest All For a Barley Corn. .and most convenient places for a school-hous- e in the county. LaFontaine, in one of his fables, Our County Superlntentondent gave said itschool-hous- him more pleasure to tells of a barnyard fowl that scratched e built here than up a gem, while scratching for corn. lave a Any he had ever had built in the Not knowinglits value, hegavo it to a stone-cuttfor a barley corn. Thus county. But .alas! our County Superinten- do many persons throw away the dent fails to do his duty, nor will ho priceless pearl of health. A 'trifling" make the trustees we have but two cough is neglected, then comes ConStay the sumption, then death. do theirs. Wo have no fence around our cough, or look out for a coffin. Dr. school-hous- e save a half rotten rail Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery fence joined to the front corners of will cure catarrh in the head, bronThe chial or throat affections, or the house facing the road (commonly known as the woods back of the house is a run for liogs, wh'ich make their beds under consumption of the lungs). If taken floor. in time, and given a fair trial, it will the school-hous- e Big hogs, little hogs, old 8"ows and cure, or the money paid for it will be '' pigs all sleep of nights under the refunded. It is the only guaranteed lloor, and during the day race round cure. and round the house for stray bits of bread, meat, &c, dropped by tho From Sire to Son. children and occasionally, from the pike in front 01 the door, one is seen As a family medicine Aunt Fanny'o to stop and look in expectantly for Health Restorer passes from sire to some one to toss it a bit of bread, to eon as a legacy. If you have kidney, the great diversion of tho school. liver or blood disorder do not delay, Many are tho sohool baskets, with but got a free sample package of this their contents, that have been de- remedy at once. If you have Indigesstroyed by these hungry swine tion. Constipation, Headache, RheuThen there are the ducks of Mr. S , matism, etc., this grand speciflo will and tho hens of Mr. H., that come at cure you. Chapman & Williams, tho ihe sounding of the noon bell to join leading druggists, are distributing vine hogs in holding h gh carnival samples froo to the afflicted. Large with tho scraps thrown out by the packages 60c. 28 e. play-ground, Hall's Balsam Who has i National Reputation frjr the Treatment of Chronic and Nervous Diseases Treated over Ten 'I hous- and P.itients in the State of Indiana Last Year. FRANKFORT. never-fallin- g 9 Frankfort, Unl? direct line between bargeton Haysville, and Paris, Fal- Car- m fffw9lm lisle, Cynthiana, - mm ZDOUtb'and Covington. ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY lirLAUD am 1. nsiTiiiLsmuii 16U1. time. TIME TABLE NOV. 16. pieasant to tne taste For sale by VM. HALL'S BALSAM, ar. -- w. ckASTriE, Be sure and nsk tor DR. and take no other. Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. PRICE 25C, 50C. ,S1.00. DR. WM. HALLOO.. NEW YORK. Oct. Aug.l-l- y, SKfmk L. P. Walter. M. D. TRAINS EAST. Lv. Frankfort . Lv. Summit . . Lv. Elkhorn . . Lv. awltzer . Lv.Mamrilng Ground Lv. Duvnll Lv. Jolm-o- n Lv. Georgetown . . . Lv C. S. Depot Lv. Nevvtowu Lv Centrevlllo Lv. Elizabeth Ar. Paris Il' M I v No. 7. 11.40 10.50 12.05 12.10 12 45 12.67 1.07 1.20 1.511 M I AM No. d. NoTT 4.00 4.0G R.OO er Newport News .... .... .... & Mississippi Valley Co. 2.10 2.30 2.40 3.00 lung-scrofu- la Washington, Philadelphia, Now York, Baltimore, Old Point and the Sea-Sho- lltAINrt WEal'. Ar. Frankfort Ar. Summit Ar. Elktiorn Ar. Swltzer Ar. Duvnll Ar. U fro. M I 2. 4.12 4.20 4.85 4.41 4.50 5.00 5 05 5.10 6.80 5.S5 fi.48 1' M No. 4. 8.10 8.01 7.NS 5.0G G.11 G.18 G.82 G.S9 7.89 7.18 7.23 7.87 I 66 6.44 6.52 A M 11.40 11 8? 11.21! 9.05 8.65 8.40 8.25 8.05 7.60 7.40 7.28 vO. 12 505pm 4.42 4.27 re AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. Ar.StamnlngGraund Johnson . . . , 11.20 1107 11.00 10.05 10.47 IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 16, 1801. Limited Aecm. Dally Express Dally Dally, Daily. Ex bun, ex Sun Lexington . Lve. 735am 600pm 11 40.1U1 5 80pm OOnin 8 2 lain G 46pm 12S(ipm Winchester " IK. Sterling " B64atu 712pm, l iwpm 7 35pm EAST BOUND lAshland Fast Mall New York Arr. WEST BOUND, Cuttlettsburg " 1228pm 1023pm Huntington " izoupui 1047pm Washington " uasrim 2 10pm Philadelphia " 1047am 5 00pm 120pm 820pm . . " 1210am 1007pm 840uin Main ilOam DAILY. Tho Celebrated Specialist, and President of the Ar. a s. Dapot 10.45 Southern Medical and Surgical Institute. 7.05 . Louisville, Ky.. who has created such a sensation Ar. Newton 10.20 0.49 11.10 G.89 lnandniouiid Louisville by curing diseases that Ar. Centervllle. baflled the medical fraternity of that city, by yr. Elizabeth . 10.05 fi.84 417 many natrons In and around Lv. Parts , . sneclul renuest of H.20 9.60 4.00 our town, will visit Frankfort ut tho The f entucky M dland Railway and connections form the shortest mid cheapest route to all north, Capital Hotel, April 1st, 1892, points further south und west. to their agents. For information apply . Ar. Georgetown 7 47 7 81 7.22 7.16 7.07 DAILY 1 We have no coal house to secure the coal from pilfering hands and the trustees say it goes mysteriously .fast. No out house for the convenience and decencv of the pupils. As far as privacy is concerned they . might as well be on the streets of Frankfort, .and think themselves secure from observation, as here. No seats, excoptsomo old secondhand ones, which croak and real un-d. er children. violin of Gorman make which soil Violin For Sale I have a fine 1 cheap. will 25-t- f. Louis Harris. m .ii. the weight of tho occupants and every now and then a seat comes rflnwn with a crash, leavintr slates. jbooks, children and broken pieoes of I t3&Synhllls and complications, as sore throat, ailing of lmlr, pain In eruptions, etc., ucconimoda are perfectly eradicatedtbe bones,using mercury or hd.vtinoton: without tlons run dally. Gonorrhoea. Gleet. lnlurious drues. other LEXINGTON & MOREUEAD & LEXINGTON Stricture und all Urinary and Kidney troubles MT. STERLING accommodations run dally ore speedily cured bytrentment that bus never cases, nut raiica. uouioersuiKesnoincuruDio the U. S. Express office or H. It. 23-t- f. TIMOUUU SLEEPING OAiti to and irom cures thousands given up to die. Remember tbe Williams' grocery. date and come early, as bis rooms aro always asulugtou and New York without change. crowded wherever he stops L. G W. Bakney, CONSULTATION FREE. Buggies, carriages and harness re- - 0.Gen.BnowN, Agent, Pass, . A.. Lexington, Ky. Correspondence solicited and confidential. aired by the Kentucky and Harness W. S, Haiwison, Address THE SOUTHERN MED. & SURG. I.NST., B ompuny. 16-t- f. 610 6th St., LoulsTUle.Ky. uct. G.A.. Ashland. Ky. . 85pm 6 451111 . ipm 7 14pm Ashland . . . " Ga7um 205 pm i iim Ex Sun Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 27am 508pm 1 20pm G25am Winchester . " 11 15nm u 45pm i oopm 715am Lexington . Arr, I20jpm 20pni 40pm 805am Louisville Arr. osapm 960pm 74UpmU60am LIMITED VESTIBULED TRAINS run dally In connostlou wltli Chesapeake & Ohio 'F. F. v." , to New York. FAST MAIL TttAirS runs dally and make local stops between Lexington aud Hunt- Huntington Lve. 000am uniueiisuurg " 020 mi Until 9 o'clock p. m. One day only. Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Dlneuses, Cross Eyes straightened without Puln, Cancers cured without knife or Costlc, Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Disease of the Eve, Ear. Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Brlght's Disease, Dlabetls, Kidneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Female and Sexual Diseases. OR FITS CURED. EPILEPSY C. D. BEItCAW. E. B. WEITZEL, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. i and middle aged men fluttering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency, as the result of e In youth or excess In mature years and other causes, producing sumo of the following effects, as emissions, blotches, debility, nervousness, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to society, dcfoctlve memory and sexual exhaustion, which unfit the victim for business or marrlago, ore permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. Young self-abus- A fOSITIVE OUAKANTEE. ijnrrn 0AVEAT8. Scientific American Agency for If you want sulphur water, fresh from tho Murray well, left at your residence every morning, leave orders at VV. H. Averill'a drug store, ington. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. nEsinii OOPYRIQHTS. TRADE MARKS. & MOREUEAD njonnatlon and froo Handbook write to nMUNN & CO.. 881 BBOADWAY. NKW YORK. securing patents In, America. Jfivory Patent taken out by us Is brought before tho pubuo by o notloe given free of charge In the utiht eta. 17-l- y. SSS i'AWbe without 11. Weekly. S3.ti a, year SUO six months, Addra CO, fBUBHKBa. 1 world. Splendidly Illustrated. No IntalllirAnI m Broadway. New York. : Wkt'i u tssam jn-- m