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Tho holding of the World's Fair in city scarcoly fifty years old will be romnrkable ovent, but whether it will really benefit this nation as much as the discovery of the Restorative Nervino by Dr. Franklin tfiles is doubtful. This is just what the American pooplo lided to cure nervousness, their excessive dyspepsia, headache, dizziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of mind, etc. It acts like a charm. Trial bottles and fine book on "Nervous and Heart Diseases," with unequalod testimonials, free at J. W. Qaylo's. It is warranted to contain no opium, mor1 phine or dangerous drugs. Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE fined to his bod for some time with la grippe, is better at this writing. The preparation of plant beds indicates a large crop of tobacco. Farmers are on tho move preparing for work. J. B. Moore has returned from Fayette county after a protracted visit. He claims to be speculating in tobac- C. F. BROWER & CO., S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Communicated. March 22, 1892. J Editor Itouudabout Mr. R. 0. Ohurch, of this county, has just returned from Cambridge City, Indiana, where ho disposed of a consignment of young stock in the He also sold privately to Mr. L. H. Aikman, of Dana, Indiana, tho one half interest in his handsome and speedy son of the great Ownward 1411, 2:251, Elkhorn, at a very nice figure 3,200 which is very cheap, Mr. Church having once refused $8,000 for him. Elkhorn's Biro leads all sons of Geo. Wilkes as a producer, having 17 producing sons and 7 producing daughters. His dam. Long Lane, is a great producer also, as from seven foals all have shown their ability to trot in 2:30 or better. Mr. Aikman haB certainly shown good judgement in securing so valuable and promising a young sire, and we believe the breeders of this section made a great mistake in permitting him to leave Kentucky, as the youngsters by him here are showing great speed and he had just begun to be held in high favor here. Mr. Ohurch having more stallions than he could look after reluctantly parted with half interest in him. JLecompte'a Bottom. Mr. Urban Sargent, of Frankfort, was visiting in this community the past week. Miss Nettie Smoot, of Oloment'a Bottom, visifced the family of P. E. Kavanaugh Saturday and Sunday. D Mrs. R. 0. Hieatt visited her brother at Hatton last week. Misses Patsy and Lizzie Kavanaugh are visiting relatives at Ghent. Our old friend George McGown, of Franklinton, will shortly begin a writing school in this neighborhood. Rev. Mr. Stivers, of Gest, has incurred the displeasure of all our whisky soJlers by keeping on hand and selling Dr. Keeley's famous bichloride of gold, and strange to say many are taking it. Rip VanWinkle. Oriental Rugs. have just received an immense line of Oriental Rugs The following celebrated makes: "Ghiordes," "Kirman," "Persian," "Teheran" and "Bahndoor," in Carpet Sizes. A7Ve ' Frankfort, Ky., i.J ) BJt H a. ft-- w Remarkable Fact's. Heart disease to be incurable, treated a largo nun bo cured. hi v B. fTr. is usually supposed but when properly proportion of cases Thus Mrs. Elmira ITntch, of Elkhart, Ind., and Mrs. Mary L. Baker, of Ovid, Mich., were cured after suffering 20 years. S. 0. Linburger, druggist at San Jose, 111. aays that Dr. Miles' New Hearfc-Oure- . which cured the former, "worked .vond rs for his wife." Levi Logan of Buchanan, Mich., who had heart disease for 30 years, says two bottles Close Observer. made him ''feel like a now man" Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is sold j. nd guaranteed by J. W. Gaylo The Poet's Soliloquy. Book of wonderful testimonials free "Kiss" rhymes to "bliss," in fact as well as verse, And "ill" with "pill," and "worse" Forks of Ellcliorii. with "hearse;" In fact and verso, we find "complete is the cause. John Mooro, sr., the oldest citizen in this and surrounding community, has been confined to his bed for two weeks, with no hope of recovery. Chronic diabetes is the trouble. Mr. Sam Cook is preparing to build an addition to his residence, whioh add to his comfort and will to tho beauty of his neat and lovely homo. F. D. Jones, contractor. T,nqf. wnfilt Mr. Walter Keslor and Miss Myrtle Scroggins, both of this community were marnea. rney nave the well wishes of the scribe. Others will do likewise in the near future. We have wondered what has of Bro. Oatchum. Guess ho has gone berrying again, or probably flahinn'. floma afmiii. Bro. tiatehum. we miss the items from your pen. Probably he is speculating in tobacco, too. A great amount of moving has taken placo in our community, Mr. O. 0. Leo has moved on Lewis' farm, near Bagdad; Owen Mooro has purchased a farm in our midst, and moved to the same. He will farm this season. bo-co- co. Wo think matrimonial speculation Lackey sale j4 GENUINE DAGHESTANS, IN RUG AND HALL SIZES. THESE RUGS ARE V GREAT BARGAINS ALL are cordially invited to examine THEM. LOUISVILLE MARKET. Frankfort. TOBACCO C. F. BROWER CO. FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. and son Willie were in Shelby county last week. Mrs. E. Trimble made a business trip to Georgetown on last Monday. Mr. Tom Greenup and wife spoilt Sunday last with his brother, Calvin Greenup. Miss Mag. Feathorston, from Switzer, is visiting friends and relatives in this village. - Elder Oreighton will preach at the at 11 Christian Ohurch o'clock a. m. and 7 p. m. Mrs. Mollie MoBride attended the Branham-Wallac- e wedding atSwal-lowfiel- d last Thursday. Mr. Bud South and bride, of Lexington, were visiting Mr. South's sister, Mrs. Helm, tho past week. Bedford Maoklin, who is attending school at Georgetown, was at home Saturday and Sunday with his parents. Little Miss Mabel and Master HowStamping ard Wilkerson, from Ground, are visiting their grandfather. and Williard Messrs. Marion Peatherston contemplate putting up considerable wire slat fence this spring. Mr. Louis Lea will boss tho Mr. Louis Lea win-teris- delayed letter. time. Mr. Oass South has moved into his now house, whioh is quite an ornamont to our village, Wick French has moved into the house Mr. South vacatod, and Mr. Barry South, who has been living at has moved in tho Warren house. Stocl-mantow- or constitution against consumption, for utrengthcnl.,6' tho digestive organs and invigorating tho entire system by sending streams of nure blood through all the vein- sthere is nothing equal to Dr. Pierce's tobacco: It is Trash (dark) or damaged Golden Medical Discovery. 2 00(a) $4 50 the only guaranteed Blood, Liver and tobacco 4 00(Sy 5 50 Lung remedy sold. Colory trash Common lugs not colory 6 00(3) 8 00 8 00(a) 15 00 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Colory lugs 7 00(a) 10 00 Common leaf. 10 50(a) 14 00 Medium to good leaf. 15 00 20 00 Good Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Selecttoorfine fillers wrappory Saved. 20 0Q(a) 20 50 loaf. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd, of Gorton, S. D., wo quote: A Horrible Railroad Accident "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my lungs, cough sot in and finally terminated in Consumption. Is a daily ohroniclo in our papers; Four doctors gave me up, saying I also tho death of some dear friend, oould live but a short time. I gave who has died with Consumption, myself up to my Saviour, determined whereas, if he or she had taken if I could not stay with my friends Otto's cure for throat and lung on earth, I would meet my absent! diseases in time, life would have been ones aoove. iuv nusuanu was uuvih-e- d rendered happier, and perhaps saved. to got Dr. King's New Discovery Hoed the warning! If you have a for consumption, coughs and colds. cough or any affection of the throat I gave it a trial, took, in all, eight and lungs call at Chapman & Wilbottles. It has cured mo, and thank liams' and got a trial bottle free. work. God I am now a well and hearty Largo size 50c. 29 woman." Trial bottles freo at Phil. h Tho weather has been rather Have sizes this weok making it rather Carpenter's Drug Store, regular 4 on the young chicks and still 50c. and 1.00. hard worse on those who have to attend to them. "Wo will take ours in tho Violin For Sale I have a fine violin of Gorman make which I will flholl for sometimo yet. sell oheap. -- H101 Moving is all tho go at the present Louis Harris. lung-scrofula Rhymes best with "Golden Modical Discovery." For driving out scrofulous and all other taints of blood, fortifying the recovery" Sales on our market for the week justclosod amountto 3,826 hhds., with receipts of 2,213 for tho same period. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 45,075 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1890 on ourmarkot to date 40,092 hhds. Tho offerings of new hurley have not been quito so large on our market this week and Urn tone of the market has been somewhat improved on all grades. We do not; find it uovjofasat to make any change in quotations. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. DopwiDitQeH hum re mm M"r- fw-w, tpmMw FORKS &VUI1V, RAKES, SHOVELS and SPADES! Tho best quality at same price as inferior oods are being sold. If so call upon M. P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant J vr 4l JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Removed From the Baize!! Building 25-t- f. J n, If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray woll, left at your residence ovory morning, leavo orders at W. II. Averill's drug storo, the U. S. Express office or H. R. Williams' grocery. 23-t- f. MD 102 KM STBEET.K-- - ;BaEEment nf the Capital HvteLo- - "They will fill this space with an entirely sew advertisement short time. Im 4 Sarah Jane. Great Trlumpli. Instant relief experienced and a permanent euro by tho most speedy and greatest remedy in the world-Ot- to's cure for throat nnd lung diseases. Why will you continue to irritato your throat and lungs with that torrlblo hacking cough whon Chapman & Williams will furnish you a freo sample bottle of this great guaranteed remedy? Its success is simply wondorful, as your druggists will tell you. Otto's cure is now sold in evory town and village on this continent! Samplo froo. Large bot29 tles 50c to. Zilpali. with la grippe. W. S. Soroggins will build a now residence on nis farm this Bummer. Miss Lulie Jones is visiting her sister, Mrs. Vanmotor, near Frankfort. J. It. Duncan has rented tho house and storo at Scrabble and will open tho same soon. James Stivers, who has been con. W. D. Duncan ia confined to H. G, MATTER THE- j M. BEATTY, Attorney at Law & Heal Estate Agt.y his bod Tht Lot Us Make a Suggestion When you That Is worth while rnniomberlnit. are purchasing Jewelry, hoo to It that what jou buy has un intrinsic value, ns well as tho work done iinou tho material for value. W. L. COPPERSMITH elves tho fullest posslblo valu In return, in elthor material or workmanship. You can bo certain of one tlilnu, that you get un honest article for uu honest price. i PlitiEHiltr, 334 MAIN STREET, counties Sept. REATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, PRACTICES Powell, Clay und other t. W. J. GHINN, JR, Of- FRANKFORT, KY. Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House. .Tun.SO-l- y. MSaM I 17 ' WSP m( "XfiTetg-orxs- wwiwiwpMB3Mip?!iF ' K 2 - !IIilTD,uiBaa .I, ..- - ,.-- , . ., . ..- -, ,...i... -- -. jHS A.T SELLING- OUTSOc-Eii- COST! 3ME - ''JutBs ' ' arcJbL . 'a m m ' ' n Erf , X f! K We will begin selling at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hanies,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varuish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Hopes and Cables, Belling, 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 goods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. I mk mi C. E. COLL9NS & BRO., Opposite the Farmers Bank. iM u- - s of Springfield, Ills., who has been on Tiie Confederate Monument. a business trip to Louisville, came up Mr. John W. Payno is improving. Wednesday and spent a day with his Tho monument which was conMr. W. R. Noble, of Louisville, was cousins, Messrs. W. J. and W. H. tracted for by tho Confederate MonuLewis, of this county. Mr. Rickard in the city Monday. ment Association for the Confederate Col. J. G. Oraddock, of Paris, was is one of the rising young men off dead in our cemetery has been comthe Illinois capital. in the city Wednesday. pleted by the contractors, Messrs. Mr. John 0. Herndon, of Louisville, Still ahead! Mrs. Belle Cole, the Wm. Adams & Son, of Lexington, singer, has made a favorable im- and they are now making the was in the city Wednesday. In Lonconcert Mr. Henry Gorin, of Shelbyville, pression as acelebratedsinger Bull's necessary arrangements for its being Dr. don. The was in the city Saturday last. Cough Syrup made a favorable im- placed in position and unveiled, Hon. Theo. Hallam, of Covington, pression in London several years ago. which latter will probably be in i ii m about ten days. The monument will was in the city the first of the week. The McCain Bill Passes. be placed in a! slight depression in the Mr. Ohas. Egbert, of Lawrenceburg, center of the ground occupied by was in the city Sunday and Monday. The McCain tobacco bill was the graves, and will face north. The Col. H. Crump, of Bowling Green, passed by the house yesterday mornfigure is that of a soldier at parado was in the city the first of the week. ing. Its provisions have already rest, made from the finest Italian t. Gov. J. W. Bryan, of been reviewed in these columns. marble at the works of tho Messrs. Covington, was in the city WednesAdams, in Carrara, Italy. The base Have Your Buggy day. Painted is of solid granite. The figure itself Col. W. B. Haldeman, of the is six feet in height, and the total Courier-Journa- l, was in the city At the works of the Kentucky Buggy height from the ground is 13 feet. and Harness Co., in the South Build- Following are the inscriptions: Tuesday. anMr. Ohas. Stocken, of Philadelphia, ing, on upper Broadway. This is FACE. now home enterprise and visited friends in this city the first of other t. Our Confederate Dead. should receive all possible the week. 18611865. Mr. Chas. Newton returned home m They sleep what need to question Wednesday, from a trip to Hot now if they were right Chamberlain's Cough Ex-Leu- R. K. McCLURE ZHIsis . pneour-agemen- P b Springs, Ark. Messrs. J. M. Wakefield and J. W. Gaines made business trip to Louisville Thursday. Misses Nettie and Louise Hughes are visiting their brother, Mr. E. L. Hughes, in Louisville. Oapt. W. T. Havens and wife, of Frankfort, are visiting friends in this city. ML Sterling Gazette. Miss Lizzie Davis, of Shelbyville, who has been visiting Miss Kate Green, left for home Wednesday. MasterTSylvestor Bryan, youngest son of Mr. E. P. Bryan, of St. Louis, is visiting relatives in this city. Mr. J. H. Stuart and bride (nee Miss Joe Duvall) have returned from a bridal trip to Chicago and the west. Messrs. Percy Headley, Chas. D. Jacobs, Harris Johnston and Frank Davis, of Louisville, were in the city Sunday. Miss Annie McLean, of Knoxville, who has been visiting relatives in this city, returned home Monday Dr. W. E. Baxter leaves next Tuesday for a short business trip to the West, and will bo out of his office until April 5th. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Berry, Mrs. Alice Orbison and daughter Miss Nellio, have returned from a six weeks visit to Cuba. Mrs. Richard Church returned last week from a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. C. F. Tilsoii, of the Fifth Infantry, stationed at Jackson Barracks, New Orleans. Miss Caplinger, of Now Castle, who has been visiting Mrs. John T. Bashaw, wife of the Representative from Henry, returned home Monday Remedy. or wrong tlxe n.i.ZEeGKEJS'I' smd. selectsd. stools of BEST tvmty, Mr. 0. F. Davis, Editor of The Bloomfleld, Iowa, Farmer, says: "I can recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to all sufferers with colds and croup. I have used it in my family for the past two years and have found it the best I over used for the purposes for which it is intended. 25 and 60 cent bottles for sale by J. W. They know ere this whose cause was just in God, the Father's, sight, They wield no warlike weapons now, return no foeman's thrust, Who but a coward would revile tho honored soldiers dust? BACK. m Books, Stationery, Etc. IrL IF'rstnJsfort- - Gayle, Druggist. 26 4t. no man than this, We want to compare our goods and Greater love hath a man lay down his life that prices with goods shipped from any for his friends. other point. Frankfort Furniture Manufacturing Company, opposite WEST SIDE. 29-- 1 m. Capital Hotel, Ann street. The marble minstrel's voiceful tone Missouri. In deathless songs shall tell, Drowned in When many a vanished age hath Messrs. Thos. and Jesse Graddy, of flown, Versailles, two young men well The story how ye fell. known in this oity, were drowned in Nor wreck, nor change, nor winter the Missouri River, near Lexington, blight, Mo., on tho 15th inst. while out duck Nor Time's remorseless doom hunting, by their boat striking a Shall dim one day of holy light snag and sinking. That gilds your glorious tomb. jalze a, 3STote of It. w Valuable Property For Sale. Misses Mary and Mag Page offer for sale their residence on Ewing street, South' Frankfort, together with the adjoining lots. These lots are fine pieces of property, and any one to invest would do well to call on them or Dr. W. II. Avorill, at his do-sirin- EAST SIDE. To every man upon the earth Death cometh soon or late, And how can man die better Than facing fearful odds For the ashes of his fathers And tho temples of his GocIb. " g The on P-cople-'s Preference. King's Royal. Germeteur. Pre-eminentl- y drug store. . Oil, Wliat a Cough. nK'i Bfl Will you heed tho warning; tho signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you enn afford, for the sake of saving 50c, to run the risk and do nothing for it. Wo know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will euro your cotfgh. Garfield Club. It never fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold tho past year. It relieves croup Garfield Club Tho members afternoon. and whooping cough at once. aro requested to of tho tho meeting attend Mothers, do not be without it. For Judge and Mrs. W. H. Sneed visit- lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's this evening at 7:30, at headquarters in the Sower building. The Reed relatives in Louisville the first of Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W publican members of tho Legislature 37 the week. The Judge returned homo GAYL13. and all visiting Republicans aro also morning, but Mrs. Sneed Tuesday Sale of Damaged Goods. invited. 0. A. Nelson, President. still remains. W. H. Van Winkle, Secretary. Mr. Ross 0. Adams, of Lexington, My entire stock of dry goods, has been in this city several days notions, laces and embroideries, will be damaged by SHILOH'S OATARRH REMEDY. this week on business. Mr. Adams slightlyout at cost for smoke, cash. closed A marvelouB euro for Catarrh. is tho junior member of the firm of Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Wm. O'Donnell. Wm. Adams & Son, the marble Headache. With each bottle there dealers, and is just getting out Everybody gets the worth, of their is an ingonious nasal Injector for the money at Frankfort Furniture Manu- moro successful treatment of these from a prolonged seigo of tho grip. facturing Company, Ann street, at complaints without extra charge. Price 50o. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 Mr. Ohas. Rickard, City Engineer Church's old stand. 26-4- t. 25-t- f. 29-l- "The people of this vicinity insist having Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and do not want any other," says John V. Bishop, of Portland Mills, Indiana. Tho reason is because they have found it superior to any other, especially for the grip and the cough which so often follows an attack of the grip. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. SDH. tho medioino of tho century, Its phenominal buccoss as a seller and favorite with tho people is tho acknowledged wonder of the medicino world. Based upon tho The beautiful designs of our new spring stock of children's Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Specific for nil Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt tho Are bound to please you, and the PRICES were never most reliable germ doBtroyer in and to the extent that tho so LOW. germ theory is correct, King's Royal Germeteur is the remedy. It Is no accident but is tho result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For Bale oy unapman iu wniiams. com-mondi- EBS t CABRIAGEB ox-istan- FURNITURE. . Clover Seed. Wo havo on hand about 400 bushels of strictly prime olovor seed, whioh we will guarantee to sell at Louisville quotations, uuy at nomo ana save freight. Mastin Bros. 2i-t- r. Many new and pretty things, in all the woods most fashion-bl- e are daily being placed on our floors. 33.. Opp. Court-hous- e. 5C Son. May2-ly- . fctft.r t&.fa rV 3 .:J SPRING HATS! SPRING NECKWEAR! sjpirin. m woolen s Imported TIME TABLE. TRAINS WEST. slelcl ZDom.estIc - G-ood- sJ Largest and best assortment we have ever shownto have you look at them. Would he pleased HI HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! iiipau."P"v mrwwutmrm yuuunmii uwuiuwwe Tho following tiino table is now effect upon the L. &. N. rond: No.23 louvesFrnnkfort No. 17 lonves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort No lOleaves Frankfort TBAINSEABT. 5:50 9:40 8:00 7:38 p.m.' a. m a. m p.m. eaves Frankfort No. 20 leavoB Frankfort N o . 18 1 J:15 p. m. Nos. 28, 17 and 21 conneot at Lagraage for Cincinnati. Noi. 28 and 21 conneot at Anchorage for Bloomfield Branch. W. W. Alexandeb, No. 24 arrives Frankfort No. 22 leaves Frankfort .... 10:10 a . m. 4:35 p. m. .... 7.48 p. yn. Agent. 1 I M fo Church. The Frankfort Furniture ManufaIn 18- 0- ho was married to Miss Lizcturing Company will have special sale days for furniture, Monday, zie Macklin, daughter of tho late A. SUCCESSORS Maroh 28th, and each succeeding day, W. Macklin, by whom he had four Ann street, opposite Capital Ho- children, one son, George, who died tel. several years ago, and throe daugh Salesroom, opposite court-housters, Mrs. Garland of Louisville, Mrs. Another Sensation. 29-lr- a. e. Miss Willie, was married to Mr. Shropshire, of Lexington, in January, and when his home was burned that night he had to be carried to the residence of a neighbor. Since that time his malady, Bright's Disease, slowly but Farmers, you can buy Is the place to buy. surely gained upon him until the end came. Ho was 08 years of age. Mr. Robb had been a resident of the city and county from early manhood. Of tho strictest honor and integrity, a sincere and earnest Christian gentleman, he was loved and -- A.l' trusted wherever known. He was a director in tho Farmers's Bank of Kentucky, and had long been known You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first class style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow Si. 50 as one of the pillars of tho Forks of less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. 'Kentucky and Harness Works IMPLEMENTS BUGGIES, HARNESS AHD JAUM WEEOIjBALiE PBICES. Elkhorn Baptist TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Factory, South warehouse. Olif. Shropshire, of Lexington, and The correspondent of the Louisville Commercial has unearthod mare's nest at the Penitentiary. This time it is tho new prison physi cian, Dr. Dade, who was guilty of brutality to a sick convict. We hardly think it will amount to more than such charges usually do. un-other Miss Jennie. His wife still survives him and has tho deepest sympathy isljssttei sro"cr:K BTxorCrsr -- xrLsrariEiD. March 20-t- f Sliiloli's Consumption Cure. - of a large circle of relatives and friends. The funeral will take place at the Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock, the services to be conducted by Rev. Mr. Tyree, the pastor. The friends of tho family are invited to attend. Deatli of Mrs. Gray. Postmaster J. M. SaiTell received a telegram Friday morning announcing the death of his sister, Mrs. John T. Gray, at Lyndon station, on the Short Line, where she has been residing with her husband for some time. Mrs. Gray formerly resided here for many years when Mr. Gray was in the grocery business with Mr. Thos. Rodman under the name of Gray & Rodman. She was a devoted and lovable Christian wife and mother, and her husbaud and chilsympathy of dren have the heart-fel- t a host of friends and relatives. She leave a three children, Messrs. Carlton and John T. jr., and Miss Fannie. Mrs. Gray waB also the sister of Mr. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt The best salve in the world foi Fever Sores, Tetter, ANNOUNCEMENT. For Circuit Cleric. We ure authorized to announce WALTER FRANKLIN ns a candidate fur Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Rheum, ffl 1 ft The eminent physician, J.MariPrice 10c, 50c. and $1. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use on Sims, of New York, says: "I Wm. O'Donnell. Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. am convinced that Prol. Darby's 37 W. Gayle. Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu W. M. SaiTell and Mrs. W. H. Sneed. Mrs. Sneed was with her in her last TABLES 21 Addressed tlie Society. able disinfectant,' ' j moments. Judge Wm. 'Lindsay, of this city, The remains will bo brought hero About tlie Size on tho 10:15 train this morning, and accompanied by his charming wife, tne ouriai wm case place in tne cemtho meeting of tho Society attended A man, A boy; etery immediately. The funeral will Daughters of the Revolution of Man run, be preached at Lyndon.. was hold in Louisville Thurswhich What fun. day evening at tho residence of Mr. Snow ball, For Rent My house in South Henry L. Pope, at Seventh and ChestThat's all. Frankort, seven rooms and kitchen. All in good repair. Possession given nut streets. Tho Louisville papers A boy, about March 20. speak in glowing terms of the Judge's A man; A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 26-Guy Barrett. Boy run, address upon the occasion. known for IS years as tho BEST No fun. REMEDY FOR PILES. Repairing of all kinds neatly and Prepared lorltlClUnDbOf.TMYLORUED. CO., ST.LOCIS. Loud bawl, promptly executed by tho Kentucky Grippe Raging in Tlie That's all. Buggy ana Harness uompany. Alabama. 25-t- f. This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine wo have ever sold, a few doses invariably cure tho worst case- of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, whilo its wonderful success in tho cure of Consumption is without a parallel in tho history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Darby's Propliylactic Will Use it in every keep the atmosphere pure and wholesomejremoving all bad odors from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and ail sick-roo- Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. Party. I I Wo aro authorized to mmounce thomas t FORD as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Frank-- I Ha county, subject to the Democratic primary election, March 19, lb92. Jan e. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce JAMES M. WAKEFIELD as a candidate for Sherirt or Franklin county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, March 10, 1692. For sale by SouthSide drug store, P. H. Carpenter. 5-- iy Sale of Damaged Goods. entire stock of dry goods, notions, laces and embroideries, slightly damaged by smoke, will bo closed out at cost for cash. My Jan. contagious diseases. SD C Wo are authorized to announce JAS. O BRAW-NEas a candMatti for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the a tlon or tho Democratic party at the primary election to be. held March 19, 1892. Deo. Wo are authorized to announce P.. D. ARMSTRONG as u candidate for sheriff of Franklin couuty, subject to the action of th Democratic contention of Saturdjy, Maroh lUh, 1892. We are authorized to announce a. G..IKFFERS as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county, R 19-t- subject to the Democratic prlmarj election. 14-t- oiIt. BlICKEYEI ILL FOR SALE. Frankfort. '27-- OINTMENT: T OFFER FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN THE 1 handsome property of Dr.W.lL Hull, 11 South 4 in. Title perfect. , JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. For Saie. AND LOT OF THE LVTE MRS. on Third street, south Frauk-J'- t Also a. piano and all tho household and Kitchen furniture hi said house. Apu iy to J. If. Harper, administrator, or to V. H. Posey. Mar. t. tt HOUSE io-l- i. 19-'2- "La grippe is raging here, and I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to bo a certain cure for it." says W. G.Johns, of Trimble, Cullman Co., Ala. Mr. JohnB ordered a supply of the Remedy to oe snipped by express as quickly aB possible. There is no question but this Remedy is of great value in tho treatment of tho grip especially on account of its counteracting any tendency of the diseaso towards pneumonia. It is also a prompt and certain euro for tho cough which usually follows an attack of the grip. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle. Druggist. 2G-4t. Barbourvilla Herald. a Money to Lend. Savings, Loan and Building Co. I want to make some large or small loans on real estate in this city. Those in need of money to build new houses will further their interests by calling on mo. Geo. L. Payne, Agent. 29-lm. How to get Tliin. Tho only safe and lelinble treatment for obesity, (superflous fat) is the "Leverette" Obesity Pills, which gradually reduced tho weight and measurement. No injury or inconvenienceLeaves no wrinklesacts by absorption. This cure is founded upon tho most scientific principles, and has been used by one of the most eminent Physicians of Europe in his private practice for live years, with tho most gratifying remilts. Mr. Henry Perkins, 29 Union Park, Boston, writes: From the use of the "Lovorette" Obesity Pills my weight BICYCLES ' A PUBLIC SALE Or BANK STOCK. TMKTY.SIX SHARES OF FRANKFORT NA- I' tlnillll IL111L-- fnrV ulll da snlil t.b ..iuuiiLi num uw.. f ,,.!! ....i.. V ui. mo .uuti uuusu uour ui rnuiKiort on .Monday, tho 4th day of April, 18J2, about noon. The nboo stock will be sold to settle the estate of the late S. R. Utterbaok, in blocks to suit purchuser. J. 0. HOPKINS. Mar. Executor of K B. Utterb.tck. By the Louisville ... 1 ''... 19-2- t. Married. At tlie residence of tho bride's mother, on Flat Creek, Thursday, March 21th, Mr. Owen D. Monfort, of Croppers, Ky., to Miss Kimna Aftor tho ceremony hud been performed the guests partook of a most gorgeous repast, aftor which tho brldo and groom loft for their now home at Croppers. Tim parson performing the ceremony kissed both brldo aud groom, Mai-sliull. UN- .v J 3 -- w n Y-- .. uJ"i ly w -- inisl I I rv vs. y AA'iJ ' "!1.J Death of Geo. W. Robb. I P A fr .'i Mr. Goo. W. Robb. of this county, died at tho rosidonce of Mr. 0. T Freeman, near Duokor's, yestorday morning. Mr. Robb was 0110 of tho most popular and prominent farmors in this county, until recently, when bis declining health caused him to sell his stock and farming implements and rotiro from notivo work. Ho was very ill when his daughter, without objection. fQR SALE. two adjoining lots, each fifty feet front on Ewlng street, running back about two hundred feet, The truct will be no Id us one or seporatoly, ns desired. For price und terms imply to us or w H. Averlll, MARY AND MAG. PAGE. FAVORABLE PLACE ON ON which wo rcsldo, TERMS, THE School, with near the City has been reproduced ten pounds in throe weeks and my goneral health is very much improved. The princi- of your treatment are fully by any family physician. In proof of my gratitude I herewith give you permission to use my namo if you desire to do so. Price 2.00 por package, or throo packages for $5.00 by registered mail. All orders supplied diroct from our Washington street, Boston, Mass. 25-l- PRICES TALK! ofllco. ThoLEVERETTE Ramblers, for ladles or Rents $180 to $150 W.IL8NWAiJ.m"CWil,-a,l,,r0,,',,ew,,'e,1:13 to Phoenix, for gents 150 . Att'y. for Administratrix. Wnrwlcks, for Rents I3.r to 150 t. Improved Crescent, for cents 60 to 90 Improved Rob Roy, foryoung men . . CO to 73 Improved Speed, for boys und men . . 40 to 70 Mill Dixie, for ladies and gents fi0(o 90 Cendrou, for misses or souths 40 to (V) Perfection, for bojs from 8 to 14. . . 23 shop-wor- n wheels, rnugtngln price IN ORDnt TO SETTLE A PARTNERSHIP WE Also some 1 will to $95. Sundrlos for everybody. Cull 1892, olfei at public s ilo on Saturday, April 9th, from $25 the HmMllo Holler Mills. It has full roller and see us. process, also burrs for grinding wheat and corn, and has a capacity of 85 or 40 barrels per day. & Is located la tne heart of a splendid wheat growing country und has a custom which will keep Ronndabout ofllce,2I7tfj St. Clair street, It running steady all the jear round. SPECIFIC CO., 339 19-lin-ors- ed .... .... LL I'ERSOS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST my deceased husband, Wm. Chutch. will pre-hethem to me at oace, duly proven as required by law. aud all persons knowing themselves In- debted to my said husband 111 costs by paying same to mo wltho it further notice. EMMAR NE CHURCH, A A nt tae Property At Public Sale. CRUTCHER ROBERTS AGENTS FOR PRINCE WELLS, of Louisville. Mar. PARKER A SUTER, MiuYllle, Franklin Co., Ky. 1 ',' iS.i lit il'. .'i ,.Ltii;..diAit.Ai. ,jl OblLtiM.' hidMhdiu&s(jUj.ki',L J.mHA vuiamm m&mm lilrTinttfWil 'VH 'ffslfwllj'l "Longfellow Recital." Was tho titlo of somo scones and tableaux from Longfellow's works which was giVon last "Friday night in tho chapel of tho public school by tho pupils of tho Higher Department under the direction of Miss Adelaido II. Schroeder, the retiring teacher of tho Department. All tho parts were rendered most excellently and reflected great credit upon both toachor and pupils. It would bo unjust to particularize whore all did so well, but wo cannot refrain from commending especially the two principal characters in tho Drama, which were taken by Misses Dehonoy and Theobald. The programme was as follows: Georzl.t Payne TABLEAUX FROM EVANGELINE. LSlBtiliiR of Contract- - Evangeline Flossie French; Gabriel, Garrad Rodman; Arcadlmi Furmer, VT. T. Lee; Iietiotll t La Fontaine, lion Keenonj Notary Public, John Maglll, Recitation VlrRlnlu Nuhon 11. jsioouhk or and uaonei livange-llnAddle nupe; Gabriel. Charlie Wlard. Recitation Ednu Huydon DRAMA. . tmsS ?FT.-- I 4 i'tiANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Rutared i).- I.' M should draw a crowded Iioubo. The part which she takes is a soubretto like a glove. OEO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Pnblislicr. one, and ought to fit her Her dancing is much admired whorovor she is known, and wo unFRANKFORT, MAR. 2G, 1892. derstand sho hassoveral otherspecial-tie- s equally as pleasing. The company has been booked for Bridge Talk. a season of a month or two in this wo wish The Court of Claims mot Monday section of the country and the most unqualified success. and paBsed the following resolution: it Resolved, That it is the request of the Court of Claims, of Franklin For tlie Colonel. county, that further legislation in regard to the site of bridge connect The Senate has adopted a resoluing North and South Frankfort in tion appropriating 100 to Col. S. O. regard to repeal of acts of 1876 and 1878 in relation thereto bo postponed Sayre, of the Capital, for preparing until further request of this court. an index to the new Constitution. Adopted unamimously. No further action was taken, the Day. A Court adjourning to meet April 16th. We havo heard of considerable senTuesday was just about as nasty a timent in favor of changing the loca- day as could bo imagined, and it was tion to the footof Ann or High streels, a notable fact that three funeral profor the alleged reason that the re- cessions passed through the city for quired elevation would necessitate the Cemetery in as many hours. graded approaches to the new structure if built upon the present Bridjje-lceepe- r. site. It strikes us, however, that the plan outlined in these columiiB a few Mrs. Mag- Conway, wife of the late weeks ago would render long ap- Thompson Conway, who was killed proaches unnecessary. That plan by Jerry Lee somo years ago, was apcontemplated an ascending grade on j pointed bridge-keepe- r last Saturday. the bridge itself, the channel span Mrs. Conwaj' took charge Monday. to be at the greatest elevation. Further than this we think talk Suits Vs. of moving is unjust to the merchants and property owners who conduct It seems to be settled that the business and hold real estate on Seventeenth Judicial district will bo composed of Franklin, Scott and Bridge street. These establishments, Bourbon counties. Georgetown Times. which were erected at considerable This is as it Bhould be, as all three cost, will bo almost valueless if the counties have direct communication, bridge is moved. Of course it might both by rail and pike. Can the Times suit the convenience of some of our man suggest a better? population to have a change made, but the trifling gain in that respect Mrs. Long: Resigns. would not begin to cover the losses sustained from the causes indicated. Mrs. Alia S. Long has resigned as So far as we are personally concerned postma8tress at Midway, to forestall one place is as convenient as another, removal. Her accounts were all but for the reasons above we think right and no charge of inefficiency a majority of our citizens are had been made against her, but the opposed to a change, and that none social scandal, which was published will bo made. some time ago, in which Bhe was inA number of bridge builders volved, decided the Fourth Assistant have been in the city this week, and Postmaster General to remove her. all of them declared that it would be entirely feasible to elevate the bridge as at the post-offlc- o seoond-clas- a mailable matter. at Frankfort, Theobald has taken a leading part in all amateur theatricals hero for several years, and her appearance Kentucky, fttt it for ; h u Infants and Children. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, elves sleep, and promotes dl gestlon. Without injurious medication. "Castorla Is bo well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription known to mo.1' II. A. Ancrrcit, M. D., Ill So, Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. "Tho use of 'Castorla Is so universal and its merits bo veil known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorso it. Few are tho intelligent families who do not keep Castorla within oasy reach." Caiuos MAwrrjf, D.D., New York City. Lato Pastor Bloomingdolo Reformed Church. Tms Castorla euros Colic, Oonntlpation, Sketch of Longfellow Funereal " For several years I have recommended your Castorla, and shall always conUnuo to-dso as it has invariably produced boncflcla) results." Edwin F. Paiidkb, M. D., Tho Wlnthrop," 123th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Compakt, 77 e, Cettaub Mumur Stkkkt, New York. t It Maggie Daniel CInnle Theobald scknkV. School at Serlemo. Tho Sacrillce. Prince Henry Jiuiey Demmey Eisle Cltinle Theobald Mary Crutcher Attendant Lucifer (disguised as a priest) . . Faniiib Morris arm In' the odenwald. Scene YI. Ursula Sadl Grant Messenger . Mayme Crutcher SCENE VII. Cistle. Elsie (now lady of tho Prince) . Clnnlo Theobald "Gulden Legend." Scene Temptation of i rlnce Henry. Prince Henry (allllcted with u malady of .Taney Detinue) mind) LucHer (disguise ol physician). . tforrln peasant ulrlwho gives her lite tor Prince Elite (a Henry) CInnle Theobald Scene II. Elsie's pleading lor the Prince. Ursula (mother of Elsie) Sail Grant Gotlelo (father of Klslo) Morton S.vaiio Bertha (bister of Elsie Annie Coleman Max (blether of Elsie) James We.it Elsie CInnle hoobald .Taney lVhoney i'rlnco Henry tCh.NK 111. The Decision for the Sacrifice. Ursula, Gotlelb, Elslo, Prince jiCkne IV. Prince Henry and Elslo haltatn Convent on their way to Serlemo. Irmlngard (former betrothed of Henry) Feb. 13-l- Ruthrt MM fflaoufaffli Co. Elsie .... Have opened Sale Booms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. . ,' ... Prince Henry (returnedto health) J.uity uehouey TABLEAUX FROM HIAWATHA I.' Education of-- the little Hiawatha Nokomis, Ronnie Uockeiibmtth; Hiawatha, J. D. Uulett. Recliaton Pauline Brown II. Deatu of Minnehaha Mlnnehalia, Nettle Walcutt; Noisonil", Bonnie Hockensmlth; Hiawatha, Taylor Hockensmlth; Famine, Ida Brady; Fever, Eliza Spalding. Recitation Julia McClure TABLEAUX FROM MILHHSrAN 'Idri. John Alden pleading for Miles Standlsh Annie Maclll; John Alden, Mason Lee. Maggie Culter Recitation Prls-cili- CULL Nl SEE BSD GET PHIS, a, WL 12 feet higher than it iB at present over the channel, upon the same site. One firm, we understand, was willing to construct such a bridge for $25,000. But from the present undecided attitude of the city fathers we are much afraid the whole questioned will bo summed up in the word "procrastination" nntil Uncle Sam begins to apply that 5,000 per month fine. False Economy, During her residence of nearly three years in this city Miss Schroeder's work has stamped her as an educator of ability and the hold which she obtained upon the hearts of all hor pupils could only bo appreciated by those who knew the lady herself. The scene at the depot Saturday Mr. Coleman Takes Charge. afternoon when she took final leave of them was affecting in the extreme, Mr. J. D. Coleman, of Ohio county, and even a casual observer would the new teacher of the Higher De- havo been touched. partment of the Public School, arThe position which Miss Schroeder rived in this city Inst Saturday and has obtained in the Louisville Female took charge Monday morning. Mr. High School is much more renumera-tiv- e Coleman comes to us with the highthan the one here, and wo preest recommendation and will doubt- dict for her, should she adopt teachless prove the wisdom of the School ing as a permanent profession, the Board in his selection. most unqualified success. Wigginton-Kridges. UPfRc!S A FOR SALE. in operation, for sale cheap. Only $4,000. A rare bargain. Apply to M. T. MITCHELL, Jau.23-tf- . Frankfort Ky. SMALL SOUR-MAS- DISTILLERY. NOW $100 REWARD. February 1, 1832, four hundred and eighteen dollars lu money und a fine gold open case wittch ami chain. I will pay the above reward for tbe ' arrest and conviction of the thief. Feb.5-tf- THERE WAS STOLEN FROM MY POCKETS 1 on tho streets of Frankfort; ,on Monday, . A. J. SHOWALTER. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- Farm for Sale. HARM OF I. G. MARKSBURY, ONE MILE r" from Bagdad, hy.,contalnlngil20 acres, well Improved and nil In grass, will be sold at a S i We are sorry to see that the House An Important Difference. Committee on Claims has recomTo make it apparent to thousands, Mr. Walter Wigginton, of Elmville, mended the reduction of the World's who think themselves ill, that they and Miss Lizzie Bridges, of Stamping Fair appropriation from 100,000 to are not affected with any disease, but Ground, were married at tho real-o- f 75,000. Mrs. Howard, on Ann street, the system simply needs cleans When will the public men of Ken- that to bring comfort home to their Tuesday, just after the arrival of the ing, is tucky realize that it is not true hearts, as a costive condition is easily noon train, Itov. W. O. Taylor officeconomy to bo parsimonious? cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manu- iating. Tho three sisters of the Had Kentucky the share of public factured by the California Fig Syrup groom wore the attendants. The generosity which is possessed by the Co. t. party returned to Elmville on' the 4 "City of the World's Fair" she would Midland train tho same aftervery nearly the leading One Fare for Round Trip. o'clock be y noon. State in the Union in general prosOn account of United perity. A Survey Made, Veterans at New It would be an insult to the genuine Confederate Kentucky gentleman to accuse ,him Orleans, La., the L. & N. R. R. will 'A survey of Gross street between of closeness in his private life. sell round trip tickets to Now Main and Steele was mado Thursday chivalious, Orleans, on April 6th to 8th, inclu- preparatory to the council taking brave; is his proudest sive, good to return until April actions towards its being graded and generous, true; it This is a much boast that no one ever claimed his 12th, inclusive, at one fare. For macadamized. .... ana in needed improvement, as it is now information apply to hospitality worthily vain. further necessary to walk two squarps out of But mark the contrast! Just bo W. W. Alexander, tho way to get from one end of Cross soon as it comes to public appropriaAgent. street to the other in bad weather. tions for worthy causes, this same of the man becomes "a watch-do- g At it Again. Tlie Blue Grass Blade treasury." Once upon a time wo Again. Undo Sam and Johnny Bull are were sanguine of an appropriation for a now State Capital, but iust at making faces at each other again Editor Oharles O. Moore has represent we are afraid the sound of over the Behring sea matter. We commenced tho issuing of his paper, barking is likely to don't think all the seals in tho "The Blue Grass Blade," which he the watch-dog- s prevent the chink of the dollars world are worth fighting about, but suspended on account of tho threats from reaching our ears. Gentlemen, if any question of national honor made against him by Judge J. Soulo let us havo the 75,000 appropriation. comes up we belivo Johnny will find Smith, "Falcon." This time it is Do not discuss the matter further, the old gentlemen rather sensitive printed in Oincinnati, but is still lest even that amount vanish in the on that point himself, and will wish issued as from Lexington. capacious maws of the sleepless tho point had not been raised before L,et Us Hope. he gets done with us. canines. 26-4to-dare-uni- Opon-heatte- d, JAS. ANURbW Si.OTT. tem effectually, dispels colds, head- on,.Dec. aches and fevers mid cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taste aud acceptable to the stomach, prompt hi its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the moat n-ihealthy and agreeable substances, its Frankfort, Ky. many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists, tw Any reliable druggist who 1872, ,892. GARDEN. may riot havo it on hand will it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not accept any IMMENSE STOCK CF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN-- 1 tal trees, small fruits, thrubs, vitrei and substitute. plants. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. t. bargain. For terms and other information call RoVt. B. Franklin, y. chard, lawn, pro-eur- o .... .. .j LOUISVILLC. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. PRICES T. HCHVI, . DRAIN We" have no agents and oir profits cease where theirs begin. General and strawberry catalogues on application to II. F. UILLENMKYEH. Lexington. Ky. Feb. 20-8- THE NEW WEBSTER Da. E. 0. West's Neuvk and Hkain Treatment, a guaranteed specific for Hjsterla, DizziNeuralgia. Kits, Nervous ness, Convulsions, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of tho Drain resulting in Insanity and leading to mlsory, decty and death, Premature Old Age, Darreness, Loss of Power In either sox, Involuntary Losses and Spermaof the brnm, torrhoea caused by Huch box contains or ono month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes for $0.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. self-abue. : WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL I DICTIONARY SUCOKSSOIt OV TII15 UNABRIDGED. A mid lionet from Cover to Cover. A. 'When I was a young man," said Sallie Tlieobald. Jonathan Gray, "If a follow took physic ho know it, you bet. Mr. J. Allen Darnaby's now play y cramp him all up in a "A Woman's Will" will be given It would way, hero next Tuesday and Wednesday, And, good Lord, what a twisting the 29th and 30th, by an original com-dan- y his insides would get! by son-- . headed by Miss Sallio Theobald, But tho pills in use now-day- s Bible folks of this city. The press of Lexington Are as oasy to tako and as pleasant whore tho rehearsals have been takasjokeB." ing place and where the first perOf course, tho kind referred to by formance was given last night, says Mr. Gray was Dr. Pierce's Pleasant pill over tho that the whole get-u- p of tho play is Pellets, mild, very best liver effective. made but suro and most excellent' and describes Miss Tho only pills, sold by druggists, abTheobald's work as of a character solutely on trial! Satisfaction guarwhich will bring hersucces. Miss anteed, or your money is returned. col-lick- "A Woman's Will" and The small boy with tho snowball, waiting for you on tho street corner, has disappeared for a season at least. May we not soon see his like again. His only value was to inculcate the principle. "What can't bo cured must be endured." WE GUARANTEE SIX DOXES. To cure any case. With each orderrecelved by u for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money If tho treatment does not effect u cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE & GAYLE CO., and .1. W. GAYLE, INVESTMENT GRANDFamily ami School. Tor ovury Frankfort, Ky. On a Boom. Tho river has boen on a boom this week, but no flood is anticipated unless much moro rain falls. It is said that as soon as tho water subsides a little an immense fleet of logs will arrive horo. $500 Reward! We will pay tho above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headaiho, Indigestion, Constipation, or Costiveness wo cannot cure with West's Vegetable Llvor Pills, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They uro purely Vegetable, and never full to give satisfaction. Sugur Coated , Large boxes, containing SO Pills, 25 cents. Howard of counterfeits and imitations. The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY. CMQAGO, ILL. For sale by all druggie , 10-l- Tho work of revUIon occuplod over ton years, moro tint u u hun dred editors being untploycd, mid over 8300,000 expended before first copy wis printed. Pamphlet aent fn'o by tho publishers. CAUTION Is needed in purchasing a dictionary, us pliotographlo rcprlntn of mi obsolete and comparatively worthies h edition of Wobster nra bolng marketed under various names nnd often by misrepresentation. GET THE BEST, Tho International, which bears imprint of Q, & O. MKltUIAJI & CO.. Publisher, Sprlagtlold, Mass., U. 8. A. SOLD DY ALL QOOKSELLERS. .' Feb.0-5- t. WBsBKm pugs i HP m Mm t J &r 5' 1 rol I! K ? BR'' We be8in the new year with a more com- plete line of goods than " " l""lls,BIIIIM IB! l K: ver before. Buggies, Phaetons, Surry s and Road Carts f V " 1 fl" hIh V "fr $ --I - Jrl V- if""'fr Cj - tf3 iHi h (T mm A full line of HAND-MADE HARNESS, All prices. WAGON HARNESS, PLOW GEA1?, mid variety llirv of SADDLES. Messis. Alastin Bros.: Gentlemen: After having used the Oliver and other Chilled Plows for ycajs, we were induced to try the VULCAN, and without hesitation pronounce it the strongest, lightest draft, and the easiest handling plow wc have ever used. No one will make a mistake in buying it. Very respectfully, Harrows, Seed Sowers, Corn OKI ' J TV Planters, Cultivators, 4c. What we advertise you will find we keep. it to your interest to call and see us. yv .vf . ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS W. J. & W. H. LEWIS, A. W. MACKLIN, WM. JON ES. J. C. k R. W. NOEL, SIDNEY BEDFORD. BO WEN & HOLTON, ED WILEY, JOHN GODDARD. And we are sure that we can make ; ';vn & "Thus am I doubly armed, my Fisli and Uame Conven"VXTni antiPttAiNKMlT KOUNDABUUT death and my life, my bane and have tion. me." I dote, are both beforo we-- i a -- &m a j& got a miserable attack of rheumatism All those interested in tho pro- MMMiiMi and a moderate spell of Bciatica, but Farm, Vine FRANKFORT. MAR. 20, 1892. r4&r of Mn. J. I. Cask, (Hickory Orovo "Ai.crir. itv; " I have also a bottle of the celebrated tection of tho fish and gamo of tho rr.MSjf:. Jra Huclne, Wis., boy : known remedy, I removed i lur,"o JtrKii 2 Salvation Oil to cure both. State are requested to meet in this 01 .wo years standing, lrom a Ji jcar od Xnn S city on Tuesday, April 19th, at noon. witi. ihrco applications of Secured $150,000. The following letter from the Fish Don't Fail QUINN'S OUKTESEfcTn I Kentucky River secured an appro- and Game Club is To notice W. L. Coppersmith's Ills tho best preparation I have over used or liuud March Louisville, ads. as they appear, as they will in- priation of 150,000 in the River and To the Fishermen Ky., Hunters 7, 1892. of. I heartily recommend it to nil Herat::.;;:.." and of KenHarbor bill as recommended to Conterest you. tucky: Wahavc hundreds of such testimonials. gress by the committee. This is much At tne last stated meotincr of tho x.81.53 per bottle. As!c your drasxl't fori. Iflc ft? i7vffi' '? As a Boy. , more than the Green River secured, Kentucky Fish and Gamo Club (or &wm&m3 FMMiir't'f'fl moro properly speaking Protective hark, IV. 1$. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, but not enough to build more then wtfrWm itmii3ii:.c:i:zisjti3::ititiBgiiitciKitciiciiiiciiE2ic32ciN. Y.1 t tsMwULtU ,A Woman's Association!, held at headquarters in 1 ' In one act of her play wWflE.ni one lock, if that. Louisville, March 2d, it was unaniWill" Miss Sallie Theobald dresses as mously a boy, and the costume which she His Sou Elected. Resolved, That the members of the wears is said to be particularly fetchKentucky Fish and Game Club and A. H. Hargis, son of the late Sena the Fishermen and Hunters of Kening. tor J. S. Hargis, was elected Tuesday tucky from all portions of the State, to fill out the unexpired term of his be called to meet in Convention, at Piano Tuninjj. Frankfort, Tuesday, April 19th next, father, who died suddenly here last at noon. reChas. Vaupel, piano tuner and Every Club, or local organization month. His district, the thirty-fourtpairer, will be in the city about the is composed of the counties in the State, is invited to send delework guaran- of Breathitt, Leo, Estill, Magoffin, gates, whether they are members of 28th inst. First-clas- s Fish teed. Leave orders at Averill's drug Johnson, Morgan, Menifee, Powell the Kentuckyevery and Game Club or not. That Fisherman every store. -Hunter and all those interested in and Wolfe. AND DEALER IN- the protection of Fish and Game will New Pews. bo welcome, and are urged to bo How's Tli is! present without further notice. It is Gas The old news of the Church of the We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- earnestly desired that every county any case of Catarrh that in tho State be represented. The elPB AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Good Shepherd were removed this, ward forbo cur.ed by taking Hall's objects of this Convention are threecan not JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK week to make room ior tne nanuauiuo Catarrh Cure. fold. GUARANTEED. 1. To consider and place the seal new ones which havo arrived and are F. J. Oheney&Co., Props., Toledo, O. Opposite State House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Wo, the undersigned, havo known of approval of every one interested being placed in position. F. J. Ohenoy for the last 15 years, and in the protection of Fish and Game Game perfectly honorable in GraduDr. Hale's Household Tea believe him transactions, and finan- in Kentucky upon the Fish and to be wnri.3?nipnif w(uwiy(jy8Vy'pTJ-vV- 3 c. i t'.i t v : Thorough, FracMcnl Instruction.Catalogue Laws having been and about d- all business ates nssislcd to iosttio:is. iKGC,. V T'TC 10 cially able to carry out any obliga- presented to the General Assembly, Is the great blood purifier and tions made by the firm. after harmonizing changes sugpfeilpryini h Str&tlaa Swss College nerve tonic. It acts upon all the se- West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, gested by several the tho Clubs of cretions of the system, enabling the Toledo, Ohio, throughout tho State. liver and kidneys to perform their Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole2. To evidence to tho General tone and proper functions, giving Assembly the character and earnestsale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. strength to the nervous system, a Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- ness of those interested in their Two nnrhnin miro for dvsuopsia. blood efforts to benefit tho Commonwealth, directly upon months' treatment for 50c. Get a , nally, acting surfaces 01 tnothe system. and to memorialize them in a body and mucous DIXIE'S FW01JITE. FO THE WOODS OF TNE SOUTf IT HS fiO EQUJL free sample at Carpenter's South Side Price, 75a. per bottle. Sold by all to grant such wise legislation. x drug store. 3. To become nersonallv acnuaint- Th patent by which this Saw is protected consists of a depression of tho faco of tho druggists. ed with each other, and map out a cutting teeth through tho center from point to base, thus removing all friction whllo For Mrs. Young. In use, giving strength and stiffness to the teeth and increasing three-folline 01 proceeuure by which wo can tho duraGlad Tidings. assist in rendering effective the laws bility of tho "sot." WE CHALLENGE THE XVOItII to prodaco a Smr a equaling tho ATKINS FAST CUTTING DEXTER. JJllBBUU, UWU UJJUUIU LUttlll UIllU LUO The Senate on Tuesday adopted The grand specific for tho public fully appreciate their benefits . muJU.'il TZfliLk.&ZA3MdM!wA&lZrTr?Ti m resolution to give to Mrs. Mary B. malady of the age, dyspepsia, and cease to violate them. K?f?sff5vie'iiiKS?efcST!ii;ft dKmVkrE&tt?&jmHV&&71&y3iiif$?'!!Young, widow of the late Judge Van liver complaint, rheumatism, costive-- j JR'iSI ja'wii.ftiv.ixft.? w. The farmers of Kentucky are esBSK085ai&fWWafftwflSi BaigESgMtfJ MiMtiseajimmw pecially invited, that we may perfect B. Young, the full amount of salary ness, general dobility, etc., is Health Restorer. This great the trespass clause of the proposed which her husband would have reherbal tonic stimulates the digestive Game Law. PRICE'Jsl,vcr Stool, Inclmllncr Unnillos, 81.00 nor foot. 1802. ceived to September 1st, iSpccIul Stool, Without llumlles, organs, regulates the liver and re- - Never in the history of tho State .75 per foot .stores the system to vigorous health was there such interest manifested in BEWARE OF 2K51TAT80NS. In Doubt. Large the matter as now. There will bo a and energy. Sample free. Tho demand for packages 50c. Sold by Chapman & large gathering, distinguished speak Inferior large which thoy tho Atkins Concave Tooth Dexter 8aw has led competitors to mako Saws claim "as good ns These imitation Saws aro 29 The latest phase of the Louisana Williams. ers from this and other States will lower grado of steel, inferior workmanship, the Doxtcr" tho patent concave tooth. mado from a and without auurcss tho meeting, all who come Lottery problem was the Democratic Ask your hardware dealer for tho "Atkins De.xteu" and take no other. If tho dealer will may oxpeet a ploasaut and profitable not order it for you, remit amount with order direct to us. primary in that State Tuesday. meeting. Local Clubs will please Both the McEnery (lottery) and appoint their delegates (any numP ATKINS X, TO fndlanapolls, Ind. Memphis, Tenn. QL at once, and send list of names to L. j. Foster (anti) factions claim that their ber; Minneapolis, Minn. Chattanooga, Tenna H. O. Forsman, Seoretary, 830 West candidate is elected, and only the 31ch 0. o. w. Main, Louisville, Ky., by April 1st, official returns can decide. 1892, if possible. Tho newspapers of tho State are Why Don't You Stop requested to publish this call free and Mr. Wm. H. Flowers, of Bowling, give notico later of date to remind Coughing before the entire mu- Ala., one of the largest saw-mimen delegates and others. cous membrane lining the air pas- in that State, has tho following to say Fkank Haqan, Jr.. wsaxsm sage leading to the lungs becomes about the Electropoiso: Du. J. B. Alexander, "The three inflamed, as it surely will bo from a Electropoises I purchased in July Wm. J. V ATKINS, cough neglected. There is but one from Birmingham, Ala., were used by Du. O. Lewis Diehl, TTik T? TT? remedy that gives instant relief and my two daughters and myself. I am Robert J. Snyder, quickly. Dr. Halo's Household seventy-sovocures Committee. s years old and for more Cough Cure ourea every kind of than half a century have suffered J. Fry Lawrence, President. cough from a simple cold to incipient with Chronic Bronchitis accompanied Attest NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, consumption. 25 and 50o bottles at with a violent cough; of late years I H. O. Forsman, Secretary. Carpenter's South Side drug store. have had asthma, Bevere pains in my ZEIEZiT-CrOZKrZ"-TELEGRAPback, shoulders and knees, and inm .mm Ben. D. Bell, deed I havo boon vory much prosHanged Yesterday. trated. After six months' uso of tho Druggisr, of Lexington, Ky., says Electropoiso I can report a decided that Dr. Hale's Household remedies ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. Henry Smith, the negro murderer mitigation of all symptoms and a (consisting of Dr. Hale's Household Housohold pounds in wolght. Both Cough Cure, Dr. of Louis J. Speoht, was hanged in gain of ton ono suffering from Rheu- Ointment and Dr. Hale's Household TELEPHONE 1050. TUNG 2. Hale's daughtors, A few more Louisville yesterday. matism and tho other Asthma, are Tea) are the best sellers ho has ever doses of this medicine will do more much Improved. Permit mo to say, had in his store. This is owing to to chock the homicidal mania than in conclusion, I think the best evi- the groat merit of these popular They Invariably give appreciation of tho all the pot projects of all tho theorists dence of my by backing my judg- remedies. satisfaction, save many doctors' Electropoiso is great sinco tho world began. and work wonderful cures. ment with money." This letter was written more than a year ngo. Since Everybody should uso them. 25 and House Lot for Sals. Kdgewood Farm. this timo Mr. Flower has bought two 60c. sizes at Oarpontor's South Side 1 Elootropolsos, not that the old drug store. more Maj. W. H. Boyco, of Lexington, ones are worn out, but for other memmllE HOUSE AND LOT OF MRS. M. T. RUN-bk a meeting ok Co yiin. on.Uin street, is offered for sale at barsays, "I havo used Quinn's Ointment bers of tho family. For particulars Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. rniiKnE willof tho Ptvik's Mill Turnpikethe, 1 Stockholilern ut the Court llouso In Frankfort. Monday, March gain. Lot 70 by 200 feej. with brick for splints, soro heel and soft en- apply to Diillols & Webb, 14th, 1802. to elect directors for tho coming house of ten rooms upon it. largements, I consider it tho best of For terms apply to year. By order of on For Rent A dwolling-hous- o Room 10, Norton Block, E. W. GRKOOUY, itsldndon earth; have had success JOS. SWIOERT. Third street. Apply to Corner Fourth timl Jefferson, msldeut. 101 Ami Street. every caBO I nave tried on. No in 28-. Virginia Duvall. Keb.25-3tFeb. Louisville, Ky. one can recommend it too highly," juESITjl1" irjf BROS iKi J taira jnv.crvE'.seew zmm c) ju", :V& 51 h, EDWARD CLAASSEN ! PEiLCTICI. Plumber, GasSteam Fitter Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, mm Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter d i 1-- 5. pro-vailin- g -- Aunt-Fanny'- rmmmmmmmm rmO hJn Plants, Bubs.S 88US. ll nl Designs. n iju rauiF&u. H 1 LOUISVILLS, Rose Buds a Specialty, floral Designs. Turnpike Notice. d L 11 two-stor- y tf 13-2- C',;V'- - :ii ,tJ'j H2H9 'mpr wysfrn manvEn l Hsaa rjrr- - rytf wfyw-f- '?wwm JFfWW? ' V 7 ?7ffTTW- - JOHN 1 BUCKIjEI'Y" Ready for Spring Trade in the most complete Ready for Spring Trade with a large line of ikl IS China Store $!; SSJ Cook sioves 5 Ranges. fe(i HIPP? 'JSSrSSvVW In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. T n, nll VU1JL rtrl OCC L11C IJULLClllO X cllll n Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double cWULU. ,4-,..-r- , ilfelgl closing out. goods. No trouble to show nv i ii 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. JOHI T. BUCKLEY. IELLEY, " Reliirious. We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ot cluuchesln tlic city if they would furnish us with any which they may wish .announcement made.l 9:30 in the chapel. Public 11 a. m.and 7:30 p. m. Baptist Church Sunday-scho- ol .at worship at Tl-- e 11 a. p. m., conducted by Rev. explain the matter: such condition J. McOlusky Blayney, D. D., the pas- if "The meeting is inwould be disasCulpepper leaves tor. trous. The cause cannot afford it " The evangelist writes Mr. HenderBaptist Church Rev. Z. T. Cody, son: the eloquent pastor at Georgetown, "It would be a sin to close here will preach at the Baptist Church now. Were you here you would re- All are invited to avail lease me. I will come to you as soon themselves of the opportunity of as possible in May." Brunswick has a population of hearing him. 8,000. Last Sunday there were 1,500 2,000 the morning Christian Church Rev. George people atafternoon and services,night. 2,500 at in the at 11 Twenty-fiv- e Darsie will preach persons united with the 7:30 as usual. And different Churches that day. The Young People's Society of Christian meetings are held in the evangelist's Endeavor will hold their weekly pray--o- r tent. , at meeting in the Lecture-room7 p. m. Read It. Fikst Presbyterian Church at usual services m.and 7:30 Cass South, Forks of Elkhorn and at If you have a buggy, carriage or Kentucky Central Kailwav set of harness which needs repairing V the store of Leo A. Owen, Jett. to the Kentucky Buggy and take it "BLUB GRASS ROUTE, Harness Company on east Broadway. postponed until may. SliorteMand Quickest routerroin OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the All work promptly executed. The distinguished Southern evan-geliK1CNTUCKY Rev. J. B. Culpepper, of 3?3aOB3STTS KCT5SZ., OttNTRAL POINTS TO ALL Georgia, finds it impossible to IN LEXINfcTOX, KY.. como to Frankfort to begin the WEST, HDD SOUTHWEST. NORTH. EAST . revival in the Methodist Church toSaturday. March 5, 1892 HAS 1'L.I tf E UETWEEN morrow. The following telegram Saturday, March 26, 1892. LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. to Rev. H. Henderson from Rev. J. A. Thompson, pastor of the Methodist (Piles) cured without surgical HfcMOnnHOIDS riO.liSDCHiH NOV. 15TI1. 1891. lb operation mid with little or no pain. Church in Brunswick, Georgia, will 15-t- f. s, EFJ-LC- If iSMST J. A. Scott. Fr.inkfotr, Kv. Dr. E. M. Gobtr, Frankfort. J. T. SUten, iitinkfort. Ky. V. Borberluii. V. KEEERENCKS . W. McKee Hurdle. Frankfort. Ky. Ky. 301UU Houi.u tun. Luilj Kxineit lusiiinc Lx &un. Kx o OOiiin b Obput So l, Lull. rso.C, Liuili Io. 8, Accom. wSMs cSrHietfr Frankfort, hy. ltev. L. P. Hulett. Bens i. Ky. A. II. McOlure, Frankfort, Ky. J. hujhos. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. .Ins. M. Wlthrow, Kruiikiott, Ky. DR. ICRLLEY'3 nfflco and residence is nt 259 West Eighth street. Cincinnati, and whero hu may be found every day nt eich week except SATUR- LveUliiclniiutl. a lOaiii Lve wOvingtou. bldaui ' Arr " " Kalmoutn. 'J iOHUl i)J0pni 4 bopuj Cynihiann HiU.ini "J Winn b BOpiL Paris . . , Ilibaiu lObpni (ilUpm Lexington llUnn nuupru 7oopni G15piu b &Upiu 7 2 50pm b Opn, iuo USED THEM IN HIS BLOW-GUDoctor "Well, my fine little fellow, you have pot quite well again. I was sure the pills I left for you would cure you. How did you take them, in water or in cake ? " Boy "Oh,' I used them in my blow-gun- ." ed Paris . . . DAYS, rfimpi lets describing theto diseases Lve Winchester 11 2Jam tlio mode of treatment sent free to any one Arr Winchester n lunn aud Lve 12 lUpin W. I. KELLEY. M. D., by addressing 1 35imi Arr Richmond Y. E'giit St. Cinslnnatl, O. 259 Lve Richmond. 1 aopin . . . 2l5pin Lve IJerea CONSULTATION FREE. ArrLivincston, soapiii Livingston. ai6pm Le lfr you written Lvo Lunilun . . 4 loinu ra yt? If you Arr Corbln. . . 4 COpllI Lve torliln. . . 5 IKIpnt lifcrcn't, whilom Lve llarb'rvllle. 0 Opin land Intelligent 05pm bOOpm 'Catholic Church The usual services at the Church of the Good will be conShepherd Rov. Father W. B. Gorey, ducted by the pastor. First mass at S a. m., second mass at 10:30 a. m., andvespors at 3 p. m. The little fellow put the nasty, great, pills to a good use. griping, At most, all his internal economy needThe Frankfort Furniture Manufaced was a dose of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant turing Company, a home industry, Pellets. They are tiny, sugar-coatemploying homo labor, and operated grauule?, easy to take, and are gently aperient, or actively cathartic, according by homo capital, has an ad. in anto size of dose. As a laxative, only one other column. Read it and call at tiny Pellet is required. The "'Pellets" cure Sick Headache, on Ann street, near their sales-rooBilious Headache, Constipation, Indithe Christian Church, and examine gestion, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of the Liver, Stomach and their stock and prices. ed m wMWi&idWWzi attention. wrs iTinwiriTi inTi ifiiiiiii" HsBBBSHHsBBHSSasafl ambition tuggtit y. writ I promUt you mr ipecUI. personal to briefly each any fairly intelligent ienKUi It f either if x, h I nrlie, and hafter Instruction, Mill work Innuit riouilr. how tc :an read and wht--, 7hiu-an- 7 uapin Lve Corbin. . . 4 dupiii Lve WilduWg. 5 45pm Arr Jellico... . li JOpni Lve Kichmonil 1 5l)pin Lve Lancaster.. 1 45pm Atr Stanford. . n'JQpm ArrCuui'bGut). Lvo Plnovllle. . LveMlddlesb'h. li 411)1)1 7 3op:n . . . . . , ..''.. .... fciuwwKa j?zzmm Doll a r .rear In theh own localities, here-ev- earnlhre J No. Xorth-Uouu- d 2, Dully utiP M !?TTT.3Pa Lecture. Rev. E. A. Penick, who has been quite ill during the past wek, is now Rev. E. H. Ward delivered the better, and will probably occupy his third of his series of free lectures morning aud eve- upon the "Immortality of The Soul" pulpit ning as usual. Should he be unable at Ascension Church last evening. to preach himself, the services will be JL,iver Wiles' Nerve conducted by some one else. ascension Church The Rector, Bowels. The " Pellets are purely vegetable, and operate without disturbance to the system, diet, or occupation. Dr. Pierce's Pellets are the cheapest pill, sold by druggists, because they are guaranteed to give satisfactipn in every case, or their price (23 cents a vial) is refunded. Can you ask more? " ISlKnSKHB' r" f oraa.si''s5s i and X'llls. unie, tuesireimt on neraott from ny a li Icountr. I have al ready taught and 'provided with employment a largo 'number who aro making orer 1 hrea J housond Dollars a Year, each. All U new, 4lld,iure. Full particular tVee. Aftcr)ou Know all. If ou conclude to go no further, why, no harm Is done. Address, E&&msS?v iPiiBEFu'Jasar emploimtnt. a' which you can earn that amount. I charge nothing and receive nothing unlaii as abort. 'Nothing dlfilcult to learn, or lht 'rinulm much U they live. I ..,tn .i '.....i.i. the situation or ExSun. Express u,m1' Vn 4 Dull) Ex sun. No- - 6. Lancaster Arrkiclimond. LveJellk-o- . . . Lye Stanford.. Lve Wlllia'bb.w. Arr Corbln.. i' "Z I g 7 1Q 7 0()a,ri 05am lGjm .... .... . LveCum'b(ian. ?!2S7 Atrt C. ALLU.V, JUux IUO, Aitxiiktti. Muluc Lve Mlddleibfli Lve rinevlllo' . Lvo Uarb'rvllle. Arr Uprblii.. . . Lve UTbln. . . Lve London . . Arr Livuimtnn. Lvo Llvlnjwton LVO 3 fci 8 60am 0 35am C IWam o Cnuii 7 b45am ' . . . . . . . . J Ss h5 I 8 5am 9 25.im a m m 47am . . .... u QGum Henderson will preach ol Methodist Church Rev. II. G. ! morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30. Sunday-schoconvenes at 9:30 a.m. The Epworth League will meet in the class room at 6:45 o'clock p. m. Mr. Henderson extends a cordial invitation to the members of the General Assembly to attend those services. M(ftn1o tlnff nnl tO i. n .. livei', stomach and bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. A - Deo r x mutviumt ArrUlclimond.,1 fcbo SBAVIN 45-l- TJie Old Original Remedy ILeads. Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about '"germs," '"bacuilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original testod medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, and for years has been, making more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be deceived. "Mi-crobi," ITTll EgrfE!S?vr.suS-'t)- 3 CUREf li dW9h " "l SvTa) I 1241pm (J05im 1241pm 0 65am 1 U5pm 7 10am 1 66pm 7 45am 227pm Arr Paris. Lve Lexington 7 00am, 2 00pm Arr Paris. . . . 7 53(1111 2 37pm Lvo Cynthianll 8 24am 3 07pm Lvo Falmouth.. 9 2:1am 4 01pm Arr Covington. 10 Mum 5S5pm Arr Cincinnati, lioo.mi 645pm llerea. . . LoHlclimoml.. .... . . . 11 15am 12 lOnil ArrAVIncheitter Lve Winchester , ... 8 45pm . . 4 25plll 4 48pm . . GilOpm . . C87pm fi45pni . .... .... No. . . . . . . . . TVS' 53 i MAYSVILLE UKANCH . No. 10, North-bounDaily, Ex. Sun Dally, 11 Southern Prestfytorian Church still continues, and Rev. I. S. McElroy.of Lexington, is preaching to largo and attentive congregations. there will be two services, preaching at 3 o'clock this afternoon and at 7:30 this evening. Mr. McElroy will also occupy the morning at 11 pulpit 7:30 p. m. o'clock and at There were 12 additions to the Church the past week. To-da- y Southern Presbyterian Church The protracted meeting, at the ored, as It la certain In Its ellccts and docs not blister. Bead proof below : Tlio Most Successful ltemcdy overdiscor r "" n n u Kendall's Spavin Cure. J. Kendam, Co.: Oents Atjoiit thno yrar oro I wrote to you a horsu 1 owned who liuil a Bpovlu. I used nbout six bottles ol your Kcml.ill'H opavlu Cure, and It ntnd? a complete Cure. 1 have recommended It to others v ho have ueoU It wtt 1 IV o succmb. 21ns. ArciB E. KiuMAMOir. Dn. B. I SmutwooD, Md., May 2, '00. m i tv. 'i b s& CU1133 ad m a iJ2 e& Lve. Arr. Arr, Arr. Arr. Lve. Cincinnati Lve. Covington Lve. Lexington Millernburg . . , I'irU. . . . . . . Carlisle. . lohnton . Maysville, South-Boun- 7 00 a 111 7 55 It m 8 18 a 111 8 ,40 a 111 0 84 urn 10 10 a 111 2 55 pm 8 02 p m 5 20 ) in C 16 p lu 688pm 700pm 7 54 p m 880pm LOSS OF APPETITE, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, X.OS8 of Energy, Weakness' of Hack, feelings cf Languor and Lassitude, Gen- No. 9, No. 11 . Daily. Daily, Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun 6 20 U 5 57 ll G 60 II 7 15 a 7 40 a 8 28 a 10 5) 11 11 00 11 Advice to Women ,r.. wouiu it yuu ...u from Painful, uiuict-- i 1 xi yuuibcuif Profuse, Scanty, Men- Kendall's Spavin Cure. T.ixDrs, Warren Co., Ya., June 22, 1SS9. Dn. n. J. Kendall, Co.: Dear Hlrs ImustKnv that Ionco tried a bottlo of your Kendall's Spavin Curo on a tlireo-- j ear old coll. and It entirely removed a bono MPiivln and bottlo In removlnir laiu not ueeau theyears old, very sound, It. Tlio and hag horse Is six or noven hard work all ot tho time. done E. KihosTO Salisburt. ItespocUully yours, Lve, Maysville . , Lve. Johnson . Lve. Carlisle, . , Lve.Millersburg Arr. Paris, . , , Arr. Lexington, . Arr, Covington . Arr. CInclniiutl . m III III 1 60 m 111 in in m 227pm 20pm 345pm 410pm 700pm I! 37 pm (145 pm 3 p in Suppressed or Irregular struation you must use Rev. W. O. Taylor has been attending the Bible Convention at Winchester thiB week, and will exchange pulpits with Rev. Z. T. Cody, of Georgetown. w BRABFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR OAnTEnsviLiiK, April 20, 1880. This will certify that two members of my Immediate family, after havinc suffered for years from MoiiBtriml IrreKulatity, being treated without benefit by physicians, wore at length completely cured by ono bottlo of llradllcld'o l'emnlo Jtoirulator. Its effect is truly wonderf uL JrW. Siiumoe. Book to " WOMAN " mailed FREE, which contains valuable information on all female diseases. eral Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Rev. George Darsie delivers his lecture on "The Man of Snap," on Friday night, April 8th, at Jott, Ky., for the benefit of the Jott Bible Society, to assist in paying off the debt on its house. Tickets. 25 cents each, will be on sale at the store of Charles Ruby, at Millville, at the store of Columbia, Ala., July 21, 18S9. Dn. 13. J. Kendall Co. : Oonts I havo elTcrttmlly removed ono case of Iiono Himvin with your Ken1air Spavin Cure. I cheerfully recommend It to all. ltospectfully, II. O. Kniqiit. Trice $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $S. All drug, gists have It or can get It for ou, or It will bo sent to any address on receipt of price by tho proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., In uso for 23 years hy eminent pnyfllclnns mid im:eoiiH in tlio United gluten, uuri pro lioutioed by t.liem lliu Iwsl TONIU oxtnut U oureK whero all atlioru full. Try It uud be convinced. Ailc yourSruggltitXor It. ton 8. R KNOTT, O.P.ATMORE. (Sen. Pass. Agt. Tralllo Manager. General Ofllces, Louisville, Ky. S. V. U. MORSE, Asst. Oen'l Puss. Ag,'t. Olllee, Clinmberof ConimerceBklK-- , Cincinnati, 0. No. 1 Dally to nil points except Rowland DIvl slon, which Is. dully except Sunday. No. 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexing10 PItlOE, $1.00 PER IJOTTIiB. J. ED RAY & CO,, Manfs. and Proprs., W. H. AVERILL, Sole Agent, BRADFIELD FOK BALIS HX ATLANTA, OA. REGULATOR CO., ALIi DUVOQIBXa. Enosburgh Falls, Vermont Aug.l-ly, Frankfort, Ky. .TunelU-l-y. cinnati and Lexington. No. 1C Purls ond Lexington Accommodation dully. Leaves Lexington 10,00 n, in. Arrives Paris lOi'Sa. 111 No. 7 Kulmouth Accommodation. Leaves Cincinnati 5.15 p. in Arrives Falmouth 7:05 p. 111., dally except Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 0 a. m. Arrives Cincinnati 7.56 a.m., dnlly except Sunday. Nos. land 3 miiko connections at Winchester for points on tho N.N. & M. V. Ry., E. D. No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland (lap and all Intermediate stations and runs dally. No.l Ruiib dally No. 4 Runs dally from all stations except the Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday, No. C Dally except Sunday. No 6. runs dally except Sunday between Cin- Cincinnati. .Jb fl?f! t 7 ti -- .AJSTIDJft 1P i n b an S Ia jJj ibv ail JL We are now showing a new line of BWHliffi'ri 'ikiM la raeiBzeu g urori Clocks Etesian Silver W are. Sterling pieces in satin lined silk plush cases ' a specialty. and Bronze Clocks, Iron Clocks, Bronge Figures. M. A. ment Ib SELBERT, 233 St. Clair Street. XSSX A Dr. Hale's Household OintNeuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Guts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: 'different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes. Large bIzo cheapest. Sold at Carpeny ter's South Sido drug store. 5-l- JAPANESE It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures the finest remedy in the world. A NOVELTY STERLING OP 5RIT. CHINESE WEDDING. MarrluRO In Mott Street of u Young Maid from the Celestial Kingdom. A (iu t inteed Cure tor Piles of whatever kind Dng Fung Shung. a well to do China- ordereo External, Internal, tIlllndor Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Recent or erertltary. This man, of 13 Mott street, is a happy man Remedy has positively nevt-- been known to fall. today and tho center of attraction in 51.00 a box, G boxes, for $5.(0; sent by mall preA written Chinese society, as he has taken unto paid on receipt otto price. purchaser of Guarantee stx boxes, positively given each himself a brand new wife. Sho is only when purchased at one time, to return trie $5 00 by J. W. a wee bit of a girl, Baid to be seventeen paid Ir uoc cured. Guarantee issued CO.. Drug(JIYLE. and CeCOMPTK& GAYLE years old by Chinese calculation, proba- gists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for Jan. bly a little less according to tho Euro- sample. r 16-l- &Zsi M-- " c&K K6 "" C& PRICE PER PACKET, 16 CENT6: EXCELLENT FLAVOR Uiwurpaesed for cutting. Magnificently fringed. HBB Forks of Elkliorn. Well hero we are again. A few words from an old correspondent may not bo inappropriate. About all the changes of residence necessary to be made have taken place. Tobacco shipping has been the order of business during the past month. Mr. H. A. Oursler loft last Monday for Pennsylvania on a visit to his father. The improvement in business has feasting at nearby been in progress to some extent re- old groom. a Ab soon restaurant with the as tho third course cently. was concluded the groom arose and told In consequence of the lengthening his guests to follow him to 18 Mott out of winter, food for stock is very streot, where, upon the third floor in the scarce. rear, were tho newly furnished apartBro. Burdin ministered to bis flock ments of the couple. The floor of the at Pidgeon Pork, Shelby county, last sitting room here was bare, with straight Sunday. How to Tell Gallants Apart. back chairs all along the room, while According to an epilogue writer of tho of Louisville, here and there upon tho nicely papered Mr. William Nicol, has been in our midst several days walls wore flaming red Chinese mottoes Seventeenth century, it was then easy to distinguish the country from the town and scrolls of oriental drawings. this week. After tho guests wore seated tho bride, gallant in a theater, the latter being The Rev. Mr. Creighton filled his known by putting his periwig order appointment at the Christian Church accompanied by a fine looking Chinese with a comb, while his provincialin brothmaid, slowly entered tho room from an Sunday. last inner chamber with a big red fan hold er was content to nttain the same object Mrs. Sarah Featherston and daughbefore her face, only daring to look at with four fingers and a thumb. Cham-borter. Miss Jennie, are visiting relatives the assembly of males through tho Journa in Woodford county. cracks of tho handle of the fan. She Not Til lit Kind of a Doctor. Mr. M. B. Lucas and wife visited stood for a momeut in the centre of the Old Bill McGallon, who keeps w grohis father in Woodford county last room as if dazed, and an elderly man cery store in the suburbs of Austiu, is Saturday and Sunday. qtiiokly steppod up to her and told her one of the losest men in tho state of Messrs. Frank Heaton, Stafford to go around tho room and bow to tho Texas. He abbreviates his words in Spicer and T. J. Lucas have each guests. writing. He abbreviates the names on been in Louisvillo recently. This she did very gracefully and slow- the drawers and boxes iu his grocery inMr. G. M. Brock has returned to ly, with tho little maid following in her stead of painting tho names in full. For his business in Georgetown after a wako with a big red tray containing instance, he painted on the sugar barrel, pleasant visit of two days to his fam- sweet moatn which sho offered to each "Br. S." for brown sugar, atfd bo on. man. Tho latter replaced each pieco of ily. One day a feeble looking stranger of Sarah Jane, found in candy taken by a silver dollar wrapped dropped Into Bill McGallon's store, and The letters the Roundabout during the past in red paper, and sometimes a five dollar after looking around aslced: several weeks, have been highly ap- gold pieco when rich friends or relatives "Is Dr. Prunes in?" wore present. preciated. Old Mclallon stared and said he reckTho most embarrassing ceroraony was oned not; feat ho had never heard o Regular services at Buck Run tomorrow, both morning and night, at when the groom was pushed forwurd to any such doctor by that name. bride the usual hours, Rev. F. W. Eber-har- t, stand with liis tightly (the latter still "Is Dr. Codfhh in, then?" asked the holding tho fan before her face), stranger. pastor. and tho two wero made to drink tho cup 'No, he ia not," taid old McGallon The old adage, ''rain tho first Sun- of otornal peace, unity and prosperity, day in the month indicates rain each which was handed them by tho best emphatically; "J never heard his naino, tither, before now." Sunday in that month," has proved friend of tho family, an elderly man, a failuro this month. 'Then tell Dr. Cherries I would like and then they wore congratulated with to see him if he is at leisure." But little sickness in our commun 'Goon hi, fa toy" prosperity, happiness "You get out of here. I bolievo you ity. A spontaneous outburst of and long life. Tho bride retired, and thanksgiving goos up to the Giver tho men wont to their feast. Wong have escaped from the lunatic asylum. This ain't no medical college; this is a of all good for his love. Chin Foo in Now York Sun. grocery," retortfd old McGaHou, getting Judging tho many readers of your red in the face. valuable paper are aware of tho se"If this is a grocery, then yon hal oet-iwo are He Couldn't Help It. vere weather through which carry buck them doctors' signs t passing, wo will remain silent on Barclay, who is undergoing severt where stole thorn fiom," responded tho question. punishment because ho has been bus pected of letting a kitten loose in tua tho stranger, bit oiling out. The communications of a religious Old looked the nature, recently published in tho ochoolroom, laughs as though he en. ptranger McGallon and fonthewhore time poiuti.-d-, first of joyed it. Roundabout, enhance the value its already high moral tone to a deTeacher (hanging up tho rod) Bar noticed tho result; of his abbreviating the wArd "Dried" to "Dr.," for on gree. Long may she ilvo. Jay, why do you laugh? Barclay I can't help it, Miss Bray tho drawers and boxes he read, in largo mooting of the FrankThe regular lin County Teaohors' Association You've whipped tho wrong boy. liar-per'- letters: Dr. Peaches, Dr. Codfish, Dr. Cherries, D: Peas, Dr. Boot', instead o' will be hold in Frankfort next SaturYoung People. Dried Peaches, Dried Codfish, etc. day, April 2d. 1802. Business of imTexas Siftiiurs. portance will be presented for consideration. Teaohors take notice I&uaoiiiui-t$ Wording. To and govern yourselves accordingly. In th island of Crete, it in Baid, t Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. bride drwssed for Kbit wedding still calls e' er u pean calendar. The bride was a Miss Chin, and is tho daughter or maid of one Chin Ah Kin, of San Francisco, a cigar maker. She was brought here nearly three weeks ago and was placed in pretty apartments of relatives of the groom until late on Saturday afternoon, when she was married in the regular Chinese fashion. Tho comely little bride was dressed and primped up like a gorgeous butterfly in the richest Bilks the Chinese empire could produce. There wore two other Chinese women with her in her apartments while tho male guests were BRIGHT CREAM COLOR. Price street, suitable for grocery, meat or notion store. Apply to W.C. Hern-do28-l- For Rent Store-roo- m on Second n. Round as a ball. Easytoraiie. perpkt, 15c-rcco- It will pay any person that wants furniture to buy from first hunds. See Frankfort Furniture Manufacturing Company. 29-l- WloiftptattttoMdV. A Child That Acted Like a VToir. A child caught in a wolf's den would only eat raw flesh, on which he put his hands as a dog puts its fore feet. He drank by suction and habitually ran on all fours, from which his knees and knuckles wero quite hard. Though reclaimed by his mother he was quite un- RADART KltlEF. MICRHE tamable, and at last lived m the village Btreets like a pariah dog, going every CURES ALL DISEASES. night into tho jungle. London Spectator. Because all diseases aro saffiaffjttR!55KSsKffwssaKrias m, - mMn io, which coniami neve on JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester. RY. JBEK tlie result of fermentation and dec ny, caused by living microbes in the hunfim system, and what ever rem- nm&mm r BMi 'VrSzi h THF. Jan. edy Mil! imiirythe blood bt removing the cause of disease and build up the ht.'lth and rtreiiRth ot the rntlent. is the one to, use. RADAM'S tiit Rwutest boon eer git en to mankind, hence the spurious Imitations whUh follow In ibe path of it? wonderful cures ol Consumption, dtnrrli. Debility, Indigestion, Rheumatism, Howl, Wad-i- l r. Skin and all other dbeases which aro quickly und permanently iured by this never falling compound wlilch done morn for sunering hunmnltj than all tho prescriptions of poisonous pioprlt tar medicines. drugs, nostrums, Ac, all put together, because It removes lliw of disease and Insures health. 1 housunds cuiibo ot voluntary certificates of almost mliaculoi s cures attest these facts, .inn demonstrate to the world that V.'ni. Hadaui, th Croat Pioneer In his Wonderful Dlsi overy, has gone far ahead of all otner explorers in scienttnc news. anunas oemon str.ited eyond it doubt that no disease can exist without a disordered nysteni, nnii his superb inedy .stands at the ft ont beciuse it is Is nature's remedy, and MICROBE KILLER Is SUOItTbT AM (.CKKJST Oenptnm SOLID to Sew Mhh Ala be- hs Time, 25 Hours. VtS Tit ULF.D TKAINS. Tho shortest end quickest. Georgetown d to Jarlscnvilto, The Short line 'iVi Vi 17 11 IB 16 Time. 26 Hours Solid Vestlbul-Trains. tween Clncm: iitlaud KHOXYlLIh. LuimiTON, Tho Original and Old Reliable diseases byarrestliu tiocny and placing tbesjs-terIn ti natural and healthy condition. Investigate tin malts of this vvonderlul health giving discovery, which lias stood tho te.stnnd cured thousands ot all manner ot dlseaus;anil germ or microbe beware of ml other destrojeis. which tiro often thus udvertked to soli otlieivtlsp. worthless mixture?, mid which their iro but imtiutons of this Great Wonder 'Aoiktnt' Itemed?. l'or lull pattlculms and cettlrtcates of wondereuros, uddress J. v. G.WJT, or ful & G.vYLb CO., soleagei.ts (or Franklin n d I'lUmNOifUA.TtiNN.. ATLANTA, UlKMIMiKAM, ky.. T!:ne. ThN.S., " N. C. " Hour?. Microbe Killer a palatable remedy which cures DirtctCoiuiectliinsat orlenmnndShruv Texas Mexico urn! lullloinln. Le.iwFraiikfoii via Kei tmk)- Midland RalJwaj i.n. .arMv('inolnnatllu:25 a. in. (juicier than any oti ei line vilcrams trri it murt from Oetitral Union Hepot, Ciin'limat:. Vorttate .lnn,lV,, uinpp K. '..C.lAtiLKTON, h. l . A T. a.. ( hnttanooeii. I . .. lnVAltl'tj, D.MILLER. ' 1' V t.T iraf. Mng.CliicInnat'. 0. port for yluGeo-gjtO'Vii.Vla (i., " AI.A., " New " " " " " " co u ty. .Inn. lill!', L09ISVILLE & IASHTILLS WhcnsqciUTI. H R. LIN aosT ix (jtusinr. The quisle and direct route from IDDISIILLE TO If IlliflCli WHITE'S GBE&S FOS MHOS M Mil ; One hundred and fifty mllea SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK, And the only roet s Has !od aSS 20 YEAR ""- -- Without Change of Cars. If you ore going to emigrate to Worsn Remcdioe. BT.IOl'IS. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOIiD KVERYWIIERK. C0 rMpidbjrUICIIAm)30V.TAYL0ll?li:U. wr""r"MT-r"'"'-'-"--- "f Sberman, Dallas, Fort Worth Austin, Houstin, This Is "rTTWTini the When Baby was stele, wo gave her Castorla, When sho was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. When sho becamo Miss, Bho clunp to Castorla. When sho had Children, sho gave them Castorla. last of nil, for u png of rosemary to bring her luck, .And now we eouio tc find rosemary in cliwo association with AMD MlWi-bMain Street, Louisville, Ky. both.nYorrmgv and death, just as tho by RBA.L, jBSTA2B riointh suis, and perhaps still is, among Broker in Stocks and bonds, PRACTICK IN THE COURTS 0 ihe Greeks. It to interesting to trace Franklin and the adjoining counties, tn ciie connection b;- - which the same plant rvN COMMISSION ONLY. will alio Kiva iivAcIM attention to the purcham to havo two such different 'ises.-A- l) VJ lo.nis on town and farm property on one to and sale ot real estate, collection ot r nts clalw. cuino lud the legotlatioD of lwin Ilvo jenrs time. Investment secur ties for safe. tho Year Round. lnn2ft-a. e. w. Feb. llM. CROMWELL, EY-AT-LAVV CHEAPEST AND JJEST ROUTE. Ho change of curs to ATTORN M0HTG0MEBY, Vot MOBILE, MEMPHIS t AGENT ) AND NEW 0RLEAHB. farther Information, address C. P. AT a J.OW.E, O.P. T.A., LOUIUVILH5. KRNTUCKY. ) ii? j. irr ttPiFt 8 jlW t ''. !, MERCHANT 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 all lines of business ever attain the top round. We ask our friends and patrons to leave their measure with us. We take great pleasure in showing you through Our Immense Line. 1. 7 . I Come early and make your selecttion. iii s rtj' I When our cutter will be here for that purpose. CRUTCHER Tflmos, CLiOTJ4IE$S, pUHfiLSHES. rZ3EEKHS3?3XKI3EHM seen to be appreciated, but alasl it is too far from the main road. But the decked, genial Jackson will in time throw "I thought thy bride-be- d wide open its ponderous gates and sweet maid, let up the porti cullis, and the voice And not have strewed the grave." will be heard of The Danish queen was not an ex- ingthe politician corridors, when ringthrough its the sinemplary wife, but was, doubtless, aforesaid genial shall cere in her grief at Ophelia's death. on his war paint Jackanother have put office. for In every land wo see the purest and SHOES, HATS uzBzzzvKm&zttSEmm&a TIieFair Oplielia. FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. a Who ram i Treatment has wsm. Kentucky Midland Shortest and quickest between Hall s COUGHS. Balsam family remedy for FOR THE LUNGS. ' 'LA- CONSUMPTION. SOUK THROAT. HOARSENESS. PNEUMONIA, C VTARUH, INFLUENZA, ACUTK AND CUROMC BRONCHI riS, ASTHMA, WUOOPl G COUGH. CROUP, PLEURISY. PAltf IN THESIDE AND SPITTING OF BLOOD, and sweetest of Eve's daughters gathA perfectly reliable cure for female complaints is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription a medicine beyond all praise, which has saved many a young life threat ened by the insidious approach of ' disease. For chronic female derangements, weak back, lassitude, nervousness and poor appetite, it is without an equal; a gonerous tonic, a safe nervine, purely vegetable, and warranted to give satisfaction, or the price (1) refunded. This guarantee is al ways adhered to. ui aruggist3. National Reputation for the of Chronic and "Nervous Diseases Treated over Ten 1 hous- 'and Pitienis in the State of Indiana Last Year. ;un'mi Frankfort, lisle, m and FRANKFORT, Oiih direct Hue between ered to early graves. Good Looks. Has been a nover-fallln- g Good looks are more than skin deop, depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the Liver be inactive, you have a Bilious all diseases ot the T,nnt if vnnr Rfcomnfih bo rlisnrflorflrl vrm luvvo f. TlvRnnnHn T.nnlr nnd it ' Throat, Chest and Lunge your kidneys be afflicted you have a Pinched Look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM confiliiR no opium, Tonic, acts directly on these vital or- morphine, nornnr deleterious drur It soothpt gans. Cures Pinples, Blotches, Boils and heals tho Membrane of the Lungs, Inflampd Sold and poisoned by disease, and prevents night and gives a good complexion. sweats and tightness Is at Phil. Oakpenter's Drug Store. 4 pleasant to the taste across the chest.for ItDR. Be Hiiro and ask GRIPPE." COLDS. Georgetown Kaysville, Pari3, Fal- Car- Cjatbiana, mouth and Covington. iSK FOB TICKETS 7U KY MirLAI,'D TIME- CONSUMPTION, TBJIIIS HUH BY GESTBAL STAHDARD TIME TABLE NOV. 16. I 18U1. I M 7. TWAINS EAST. Lv. Pummit . . I No. v M A 31 No. 3. No. 1. I Jctt. Advertisetl Letters at WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take no other. For sale by Miss Jennie Jett is visiting the PRICE 25C, 50C.,SI.00. Misses Brewer at Hill Spring. Below will bo found n list of advertised DR. WM. HALL CO.. NEW YORK. Oct. Misses Maggie Quire and Mariam lottors for the week onding March 26th are visiting relatives in Louis- 1892: Jett ville. Armstrong, Allen Oliver, Oscar Rump, J. A good lot of early sown clover Abbott, J. L. Newport News & Mississippi Valley Cc, Robbinson, Mrs. seed have been killed by the lato Adkins, Thos. Oalvin, A. Mone freezes. Olark, Joe Thos. Roonk, W. S. Washington, Philadelphia, as usual are complain- Delaware, Edward Sharp, Mit The farmers ing, no plowing, no tobacco beds Ford, John Now York, Baltimore, Smith, Mrs. Magg sowed ana no garden truck in. Myn, L. utaub, liov. J. Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re They do say that It. J. (D. B.J Fogg Hendrick, M. F. Stivers, George L. P. AND ALL, EASTERN CITIES. M. D. Spuff, Dr. R. will have a crop of tobacco raised Hudeo, Mr. Hockersmith, Taylor, Nathan IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. 18U1. this year, ho has secured the services Miss Miss Maggie of that prince of tobacco growers, Higbough, Miss Tracey,Dr. J. Lillio The Celebrateil Specialist. am President of the F a s Limited Accin. B. Wells, cuuuieru jieuiaii imu sursicai institute, J. Perham, to superintend the Hiram Dally EAST BOUND Mall Express Dally Mary Messrs. Stone Dally. Daily. Exfcun.i:Sun Louisville, Ky,. who lias created sucli n sensation cultivation. Then we may alMook Mause, E. M. by curliiK diseases that Bros. J. Lexington . Le, 735am liOOpm 1140am &.'.0pm lnnml mound Lnulavlllo baflli'd the medical fraternity of for low prices next year. city, by 8 2 mm 645pm 12!itipm Ounin special request of many patrons In that Winchester " Morton, M. B. Mt. Sterling " 851am 712i)iii i uopm 7 35pm uuriuwii, win visit jraitKiorc at tno andaround Our neighborhood is all broken up, . ad- When calling for those letters say DAILY. the young ladieslonesomo, the j'oung vertised. Ashland. . " 12 10am 1007pm 840am bo comforted, and at least men won't Cuttlettsburg " 1228pm luvspui 6'JllIU Capital Hotel, April Jst, 1892, Huntington " 1260pm 1047pm 20am J. M. Saffkll, half a dozen youths are inconsolable. Washington " tiaapm ziupm Old men and women aro seemingly Postmaster. Philadelphia " 1047am 5 50pm Until 3 o'clock p. in. New York Arr.l 120pm 820pm sad, the chickens don't cackle right, One day only. Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical DKeases, Cross Eyes straightened nor the hogs grunt natural. Why? t I'aln, Cancers cured without knife or Costlc. DAILY Two of our fair maids have gono to Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. WEST BOUND. Acute and Clironlo Catarrh. DMeasos of the Eie " Louisville. Eur, Nose, Throat mid Lungs, Djspopsia, Briglit's Huntington Le. GUUiii 1 30pm Disease, Dlabetls, Kidneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Buggies, carriages and harness re- uiuiettsDurg " 0 25 till i 4 Din 645im The Jett Bible Society will be en14pm Female and Sexual Diseases. on the evening of April 8th, paired by the Kentucky and Harness Ashland . . . " 037um 2 03pm 7 27 urn EPILEPSY OU FITS CUBED. tertained L'x bun A I'OSITIVK OUAKANTKK. by a lecture to bo delivered by Rev. Company. Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 27am 508pm 120pm 625am Young and middle aged men sintering from George Darsio. The subject will bo . 1115am it 45pm 166pm 715am SpermntoThcuund Impotoncy, ni the result of nincnesier Lexington . Arr. 1203pm t)2upm 2 45pm 805dm Man of Snap." The lecture is In youth or excess'in muturo jears und ''The Tlic Trouble Over. Louisville Arr. ozoiuui J 50pm 740pm 111 50am other causes, nroducliii! some of tim rniimvinir for the bonoiic ot tno society, a LIMITKD VE3TIBULED TRAINS run dally In eiTects. as emission h. blotches, dobllity, nervousworthy and magnificent inststution, ness, dizziness, confusion ot Ideas, aversion to exclaimprominent admission being a mere edA the other man in town wife has cuiiiiuaiim wim uuesupeaKe x unto 'k. . V." society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion; to New York. and the day: "My which unlit the- victim for business or marriage, trifle, wo hope to seo a large audience been wearing out her life from the FAST MUL TRAINS runs dally und are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. on nanu to near one wno neous no i o'foct of dyspepsia, liver complaint mako local stops between Lexington and HuntBLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. und complications, as Bore throat, introduction to the people of flinsn and indigestion. Her case baffied ington. ailing of hair, naluin the bones, eruptions, otc, HUNTINGTON: A MOREHEAD uccommoda parts, and you can bo assureo that the skill of our best physicians. tlons run are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or dally. you win uo wen repaiu. other Injurious drugs, Gleet. After using three packages of Aunt LEXINGTON A: MOREHEAD r. I.KXINKTft.M Stricture und uU Urinary andGonorrhoea, Troubles Kidney The almost completed palatial resi- Fanny's Health Restororshe is almost MT. STERLING accommodations run dally uroapeeuiiy cureu uyirenuneni unit lius nover failed. Hettnderstakesnolucurablo cases, but dence of Attorney Qonoral "V. J. entirely well." Keep your blood in a cures thousands given up most healthy condition by the use of this TllltOUUil SLEEPING OAitd to and trom date and come early, as to die. ltemombor the Hendricks will be one of the his rooms uro always convenient modern built houses to bo groat vegetable compound. Oall on u3hliiBton and Now York without change. crowded wherever he stops. L. U W. BA1CNKY, CONSULTAT-O- N in this or any other State in Ohapman & Williams and got a trial 0.fien.DllOWN, Agent, found FBEE. Pass. (. A.. Lexington, Ky. Correspondence solicited and confidential. the Union. The grand edifice with package free. Large size 50c. W.S. nAintibON, Address THESOUTHKUN MED. A SURG. INST., 29 (J. A., Ashland. Ky. its beautiful surroundings must bo ' 610 6th St., Louisville, Ky. Oct. 21-C- Frankfort, Ky. 3". "W. Q-."S- XjB, Lv. Frankfort . , .11.40 10.50 12.05 12.H) 12.40 12.57 1.07 1.20 1.60 2.10 2.80 2.40 3.00 Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. Lv. Elkhorn . . Lv. bwltzer , Lv. Mumping Ground Lv. Duvtill Lv. Jounoii Lv. Lv (leorgetonn O. Ar. Pari? Lv. Centrevllle Lv. Elizabeth Lv. Newtown . . . S. Depot .... .... . . . . 4.00 4.06 4.12 4.20 4.35 4.44 4.50 5.00 5 05 5.19 5.80 5.35 G.4H 6.00 6.65 6.13 6.81 0.23 69.8 64 3 62.1 6.41 72.0 79.5 7D.7 7.83 I A JUAINi Wiisl'. Ar. Summit Ar. Elkliorn Ar. Swltzer Ar. Stamping Graund Ar. Duvall Ar. Johnson Ar, Georgetown . . . Ar. Ar. Ar. a i. Lv. O S. wo. 2. 11.40 11 82 il v m I A M No. 4.1 No7"3 8.10 8.01 7.65 7.47 7 HI 7.22 7.16 7.07 7.05 P.49 6.39 6.34 (120 Ar. Frankfort . . . . 11.26 11.20 9.05 8.55 8.40 8.25 8.05 7.60 7.40 7.28 Vo. 12 Walter. 1107 11.00 10.55 10.47 10.45 10.20 0.10 10.05 9.C0 I Centervlllo. Neutou Depot . . . 505pm Elizabeth Paris . 4.42 4.27 4 17 4.00 CD. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north. 60iith and west. For further information apply to their agents. BKUCAW. E. B. WEITZEL, Pltu Tinlt ,Mt Gen. Pima Ant ' GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. with-ou- 1 Scientific American Agoncy for 15-t- f. self-abus- e 1523132 Mmtttu VDiitiHUKns.301 per-Synhll- OAVEAT8, TRADE MARKS, HERinM BlTCMTtt COPYRIGHTS, eto. inJSr2.aJ!Sn nni 1no Handbook wrlto to vs.dei,t0'!".AoreocurinB PntenU In America. patent taken out by us is brought the publlo by a notlco given t reo of cbargo beforo In tho ' mttian i Jff,?81 Hffi?.!!,1n sclontlito papor In tho man should bo without :l.(IO yoari $UO six months. AddrMsM&NN TCO & Broadwtty.New York. of,r 17-l- p. 4t t, t'