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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892040201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. B The Volume XV. A Framfort . Boundabout. TERMS: $1.00 In Advanc , GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. A WEEKLY PAPERS-DEVOT- ED 0 LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. FRANKFORT, Highest of all in KY.. APKIL ?, 1889. 189?. Number 30 Fatal mistake. ere? sv WF Ar. & take than when they inform patiento that nervous heart troubles come 1 lB from the stomach and are of little coneoquence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted Indiana specialist, has provon the contrary irjlils new book on "Heart Disease," whioh may bo bad free at J. W. Gaylo's who guarnn-teo- s and recommends Dr. Miles' New Heart Oure, which hns . the largest sale of any heart remedy in the world. It cures nervous and organic heart disoaso, short breath, fluttering, pain or tenderness in the ide,larm or shoulder, irregular pulse, feinting, smothering, dropsy, etc. His Restorative Nervine cures headarrived in New York, furnishes 2 ache, fits, etc. t amusement with his quaint rustic ways, and aids in foiling the arch Zilpali. scoundrel, Silas Carringford. is a big oil speculator, but "Welcomo to the sunshine. at the time of the Btory is in financial He plunges into crime to Dudley Beckley is very ill at this straits retrieve his fortune, and one of his "writing. dark deeds is to fire his own mansion Rev. J. A. Head, of Monterey, for the insurance. The department yisited this community last week. responds gallantly, and the fire enHo! The fiddler is keeping bachelor's gine rushes across the stage at full hall; concluded he can't find a help-mot- tilt, drawn by a splendid team of horses. As the alarm is turned in ac midnitrht and as mnch of the plot W. D. Duncan, who has been con- - hinges upon the success or failure of fined to his bed with la grippe, is out Uarringlora's scnemes, tne reason ior again. giving the play the name it carries is Married In this community last plain. Few dramas carry such varied The week, "William T. Lands, of Henry and handsome stage setting. giant county, to Miss Catherine Harlow. East River wharf, with the disthe shadowy They have the well wishes of the Brooklyn Bridge in scene, and Is foltance, is the first .scribe. lowed by charming glimpses of rural Died, the 20th, at his home, this landscape in the third act, and some (Community, John Moore, Br., alter an realistic Now York scenes in the illness of lour weeks. He was born fourthand fifth. in Henry county, thin State, Nov. At the Opera House Monday, April 30th, 1803. Ho was born in a Democratic family and reared under a 4th. Democratic discipline, and voted for Happy Homes. every Democratic candidate from Jackson to Cleveland. Ho joined the Baptist Ohuroh early in life, and Thousands of sad and desolate was a laithful and devoted member homes have been made happy by use so long as his health permitted him of "Rose Buds," which have proven to attend his Ohuroh. When the final an absolute cure for the following vtime had come he resigned himself diseases and their distressing sympto theLord's will, and crossed over the toms. Ulceration, Congestion and Tiver, sustained by the love and faith VPallingof the Womb, Ovarian tumors, he had in a Saviour's love. His death Dropsy of the Womb, suppressed ied was made soft as a downy pillow Menstruation, Rupture at Childbirth by a Savior's love. Life ebbing out or any complaint originating in discalm and easy like sinking- to sleep, eases of tho reproductive organs; borne away on the strong arms whether from contagious diseases, of a righteous Savior. Our loss is his heredity, tight lacing, overwork, gain. Long may his memory live excesses or miscarriages. One lady and induce others to follow his foot- writes us that after suffering for ten steps. years with Leucorrhea or Whites, Close Observer. that one application entirely cured her, and furthermore, she suffers no more pain during the menstrual 12 ow to Succeed. period. It is a wonderful regulator. tl Jinan Ttnrlal) ora n olmnln bnrmlfRH This is the great problem of life in effect. "which fow satisfactorily solve. Some prepation, but wonderfulherself. No Tho patient can apply it tail because of poor health, others doctors' examination necessary, to want of luck, but the majority from women, especially deficient grit want of nervo. They which all modest ladies, seriously unmarried ro nervous, irresolute, changeable, J'oung From the first application you ttisily get the blues and "take the new like spirits down to keep the spirits up," will feel mail, apost-pai- woman. Price 1.00 by The Lev-eretwasting money, time, opportunthus Specific Co., 339 Washington ity and nerve force. There is nothing like the Restorative Nervine, dis- St., Boston, Mass. m covered by the groat specialist, Dr. Advertised Letters at Iliies, to euro all nervous diseases, as Frankfort, Ky. headache, the blues, nervous prostra-ilosleeplessness, neuralgia, St. dance, fits, and hysteria. Trial Below will be found n list of advertised Oar-ringford Fhysioians make no more fatal mis- IS! 82 ABSQLUTEDf PURE Tlie Peoples' Party. ) March 28, Tp the Voters of the 1th Congressional District of Kentucky: All qualified voters of this district who indorse the preamblo and platform of Principles adopted by the Conference of Labor Organizations at St. Louis. Mo., Feb. 24th, 1892. and who favor the nomination of candidates thereon, aro requested to meet in mass convention at their respective county seats on Saturday, April 30th, at one o'clock p. m., and elect a javning Powex. O. & Gov't Report, Aug. C. F. BROWER & CO. , J S. F. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Oriental Rugs. just received an immense line of Oriental Rugs The following celebrated makes: "Ghiordes," "Rinnan," "Persian," lTeheran" and "Bahndoor,"in Carpet Sizes. We have Frankfort, Ky., 1892. ) e. -- - Presidential Elector. The State Convention will meet on Wednesday, June 8, 1892, at a place yet to be determined. All. delegates to District and State Conventions must bo furnished credentials, signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the county committee. justice of the demands of organized labor to unite with us in these conventions and help us in this great contest in behalf of the rights of the people and the preservation of the homes and flresiaes of our land. It is requested by the National Convention that a collection be taken at each of these meetings and that one dollar from each be sent to the National Committee and the remainder to the State Central Committee for the payment of legitimate the W. P. Marsh, Secretary of State Committee, and We urge all men who believe delegates. The Congressional District Convention will meet at Lexington, Fayette county, Ky., on Saturday, May 7th. 1892, at 10 o'clock a. m.. and will elect one member of the State central committee and four delegates to the National Convention of che Peo- Party to be held at Omaha, Neb., uly4th, 1892, and nominate a candidate for Congress and a candidate for 5 county central committee consisting of one member for each voting precinct. You will also elect ten dole-gatto a State Convention of the People's Party as follows, Bourbon county 5 delegates, Fayette county 5 delegates, Franklin county 9 delegates, Henry county 8 delegates, Oldham county 5 delegates, Owen county 7 delegates, Scott county 6 delegates, Woodford county es to-wi- t: GENUINE DAGHESTANS, IN RUG AND HALL SIZES. THESE RUGS ARE GREAT BARGAINS 4 ALL are cordially invited to examine THEM. C. F. BROWER & CO. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. in If U IJUU fin iinii mmmn hest? 11 ilLl LIU UUUi WWJfeBM &&. fflUtR s. si -- J w- - mm mm .V.M VUUW, d. te expenses. District. Papers in 7th district please copy. Member for 7th Congressional n, Vi-M- s' ft-o- .bottles and fine book of testimonials art J. W. Gayle. 2 Big Four World's Fair Route to Chicago. All trains of the popular Big Pour Route are vestibuled and equipped with palace sleeping cars, private compartment buffet cars, reclining chair cars and elegant parlor cafe dining cars, start from Central Union station, Cincinnati, where connection is made with the Queen & Cresent route and Louisville & Nashville railroad, avoiding the disagreeable transfer across the city necessary via other lines, enter Chicago in full view of tho World's Fair buildings, and stop at VanBuren, street opposlto Auditorium, Leland and Richelieu Five trains daily between Cincinnati and Indianapolis, two trains daily for St. Louis and Peoria, sure connotion for all western and north-oaster- n points. Rates as low as the lowest. Tickets via the Big Four route aro on sale at coupon offices throughout the country. Be sure you get them. General Passenger Agent, D. B. Hotels. For a number of years I have been subject to violent attacks of inflamletters for the week ending April 2nd, matory rheumatism which generally 1892: On the lasted about two months. first of this month I was attacked in Hookersmith, Brooks, Clay the knee and suffered severely for Miss Maggie Bailey, D. F. two days, when I procured a bottle of Isbell, Jno. P. Buck, Benj. (Jnamberiain's ram lialm and it reBowles, Ford W. Johnson, Miss lieved me almost instantly. I thereHallie J. M. (2) Balrd, fore most cheerfully recommend it to Brinor, John H. Jackson, Mrs. those who are simularlyj afflicted Willie Buckner, Sam every where. R D. Whitley, Combs, Mrs. Hal- - Johnson, Miss N. 0., February, 1888. Mr. Mary lie Lightburn, Reyal Whitley is a very prominent man in Dora, H. G. this place and his disease was very Dorcy, Henry Pittron, Miss widely known as he suffered such nie Mrs. Nealy, J. E. M. D. severe pain. W. M. Houtson & Co., James Merchants, Martindale, N. O. 50 cent Raice, E. Darison, Miss bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, DrugRogers, Miss Ollle gist. Davis, William G. Mary Edwards, Huston Suter, Oscar Ellis, William A. Vangu, M. G. Green, MissLizzio Wilson, B. T. Hackney, Dudley Warfleld, Frank Hawkins, James Ward, Miss Louise A. Hill, Lafaat Hawkins, Mrs. Wilkerson, Mrs. M. D. Mag When calling for these letters say advertised. Mar-tindalMin-Dune- y, 30-l- RAKES, SHOVELS and SPADES! The best quality at same price as inferior "oods are being sold. If so call upon M. P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant ' i i JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Have Removed From the BatzeH Building a. H101 AND 102 v -- INN STREET,- !- J. M. SA.FFELL, Martin, Postmaster. Basement nf the Capital HutL-- Struggle toughens the mind, until we do not mind tho strugLook out for counterfeits! SeothAt gle. You need not toughen tho body you get tho genuine Salvation Oil! Do by a struggle with a cough when you not let the dealer sell you some "just have Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. . as good," but insist upon getting the genuine with tho Bull's Head trade- The Golden Secret of Long mark on tho wrapper. Life. by-and-- Cincinnati, O. short time. They will fill this space with an entirely new idvrrtiic tla Keep tho head cool, tho feet warm and the bowels open. Aunt Fanny's "CTni'tsd "The Midnight Alarm," a molo- - Hoalth Restorer Is a vegetable prepadrama, will bo produced at the Opera ration and acts as a natural laxative, Invucuus UK Jewelry. You must tako Into conHouse. Its hero is a fireman, Harry and is tho greatest remedy over dis- sideration Unit tho denier Is worthy of your Westmoro, and its heroine is a little covered for tho cure of Dyspepsia, pntromige. Take your custom where you cm nowsgirl known as Sparkle, who In Llvor Oomnlaint and all Blood. Liver also take your confidence; you can then impllclty every representation that he makes. tho end, of courso, turns out to be tho and Kidney Diseases. Call on Chap e rely uponCOPi'BIlSJUTH. tho Jeweler, handles W. L. everyone is looking for. man & Williams ana get a trial paolc-ag- honest goods at living prices. porson whom 28 Mar. free. Largo size 50c. Gidoon Tillwoll, an old farmer just "Tlie Midnight Alarm." 1 MMf Tkey aro H. G. MATTEL, TKE- - T I M. BEATTY, Attornt at Law r Heal Estate Agt,, PlltKUHlT. 334 MAIN STREET, Estill, counties . Sept. 6-- tf BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, Jackson, Powell, Clay and other W. J. CHINN, JR, Will practice in all State Courts. Of fice second floor, Custom House. FRANKFORT, KY. Jau.iKMy. i , . ,.) ) , ,. i ... i J.. . K ' W'J... MwUlj ii& i. 'frnft'-W- r' ujJtfc'a. . graacaa MHwifl j Plj-- '- i r. 2 t i 3MCilTDTULarxi "VCTetgfoxxss-F t I2ro-- v S5xnrx"io- - SELLING OUT A.T COST! 3L? JL t u ? JEjR- - We will begin selling-a- cost for cash our general of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Raines,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, 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 beginuing of the Paper season, April 30th, tve will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All jroods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, I SIOJol line C. E. GOLSJNS & BRO., Opera Mouse Scrap. Opposite the Farmers Bank. fr ,? "" After the performance of the Lexington Amatuers at the Opera House Tuesday night two of the Lexington boys were leaving tho Opera House when one of them remarked that the orchestra which had furnished the music for tho occasion was "rotten," which remark was overheard by a i Frankfort young man, with a little too much steam up, and a row en!,) ,' sued, in which the Frankfort man came out second best. The music was pretty tough, wo admit, but as the acting. of some of the Lexington boys, was about on a par with it, honors were even, and both of the. boys should have said nothing about the matter. It is to be regretted that the disgraceful affair occurred, but when Lexington people want to complain of an article city. Frankfort they Will Run an Excursion. furnished by they are offering should be sure that a betMr. and Mrs. B. Polk Johnson left ter one to the public at the same Tuesday for a short trip to LouisTho Christian Church Missionary i Society, of Paris, will run an excur-- 1 time. ville. Miss Mamie Keirnan is the guest of sion to this city on the last Saturday Hig?i "View Addition. T X3Zas her sister, Mrs. Tom Nugent, in Lex- in April. of" ington. The Farmer's Bank has traded Mr, At tlie Conservatory. Mr. M. T. Lyle, of Lexington, was Mike Buttimer a farm in Henry in the citv on business the first of Miss Daisy Cox, of this county, the county for fifty acres of land on "v-ir- -i accomplished young lady violinist, High View at the west end of the the week. Mrs. Olough Overton, of Louisville, left Tuesday for Cincinnati, where Railroad bridge. The bank has had is the guest of Miss Annie Duvall she will take a course of instruction the land surveyed and laid off into building lots, and their is no prettier at the Conservatory of Music. this week. o place anywhere about the city to Thursday Mrs. J.W. Hughes left Major Adair Dead. erect a suburban residence. The morning for a visit to friends in bank will have the road leading up Louisvillle. Major A. Monroe Adair, who was to the hill from the Boulevard greatMr. Thos. L. DeLime, of Louisville, appointed by Gov. Buckner Steward alloys and streets Institute and ly improved, through the and and FrazZife-Tort- -. visited his parents in this city the of the Feeble-minde- d ZfcvdZetlse a, land will be run filled that position for about a year, first of. the week. graded off, so that quite a village Mr. John Cassilly, of Louisville, died at the home of his brother at may spring up there in tho near arrived in this city Wednesday to Canmer, Hart county, on the 15th of future. Taxes will bo very light over March. spend several days. there, and tho location is ono of the Miss" Maud Wilson has returned most healthful to bo found anywhere, Party. Card from a two months' visit to her home and when tho lots are placed on the Miss Mary Mason Scott gave an market they should find a ready sale. in Aberdeen, Ohio. Mr. W. J. Lewis and wife, of this elegant card party at the residence . Chamberlain's Cougli county, have been visiting friends in of her mother, corner of Wilkinson ?.'' T'" t Remedy. and Main streets, Wednesday evenLouisville this week. D. Johnson Mrs. E. L. Samuel is recovering ing, in honor of Mr. Sara. J" Mr. O. F. Davis, Editor of The wife, at which the prizes were slowly from a long and dangerous ill- and says: "I won by liss Birdie Brown and Mr. Bloomfleld, Iowa, Farmer, ness, and is able to sit up. can recommend Chamberlain's Cough Ed. Stanton. A splendid supper was Remedy to all sufferers with colds Capt. L. D. Holloway and wife, ot served at 12 o'clock. and croup. I have used it in my Louisville, spent Sunday and Monday family for tho past two years and in this city visiting friends. have found it the best I ever used for K. P. Banquet. tho purposes for which it is intended. Eliza Singleton, of Louisville, Miss ' The Uniform Rank of Dexter 25 and 50 cont bottles for sale by J. who has been visiting friends in this W. Gayle, Druggist. Lodge, Knights of Phythias, will be homo Monday. city, returned instituted on Tuesday evening next Hon. A. S. Berry, of Newport, and by Gen. Gurry, of Dayton, Ky., and Bridge Mass Meeting. Hon. Theodore F. Hallam, of Coving- Major Heiman, of Carlisle. After A mass meetiner of tho citizens of ton, were in the city Monday. an elegant banquet this citv and county will bo hold at tho ceremonies Dr. 0. B. Ohinn, who has been very will bo given at tho Kenyon Hotel. on Monday for tho ill for several months, is so far re- A number of visiting Knights from the Court House taking action in regard King's Royal Gcrmcteur. covered as to be able to go about his surrounding places aro expected to purposo of to petitioning our Representatives room. be present. tho medicine of the and Senators to secure tho passage of century, Its phonominal success as Mr. P. T. Brooks and wife, nee Mi3S appropriating to tho city and a seller and favorite, with tho people a bill Large Cargo. Nellie Sanders, of Syracuse, Now county a Bum sufficient to pay for the is the acknowledged wonder of the The beautiful designs of our new y for a visit to York, will arrivo Based upon the St. Clair street bridge, which has medicine world. Tho steamer Falls City landed the spring stock of children's relatives. by tho Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, beon ordered removed largest cargo of freight upon the comand Misss Nettie Ross, of Lexington, wharf in this city yesterday morning Secretary of War. Let every citizen modern, itselfat once popular, necessary housemending aunt, Mrs. which has been brought up tho river attend, as all aro interested in tho hold remedy. asItaadvertises best by who has boon visiting her Its use. Specific for all Catarrhal Samuel Steele, returned home Mon in a long time. Business along the matter. diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Are bound to please you, and the Olarks-vill- e day morning. river is booming and both the Purifier. It is without doubt tho ' PRICES were never Separate Coacli Bill. most reliable germ destroyer in and Falls City como and go Mrs. Cabboll Conway, of Lawrence-burg- , so LOW. and to tho extent that tho Tho company is quite ill at tho residence of heavily loaded. is- correct, King's Royal Tho bill requiring railroads to pro theory her parents, Mr. Luoas Weitzel and operating tho boats is composed of vide separate coaches for colored ormetour is the remedy. It is no accommodating gentlemen, clover wife, in this city. accident but tho result of fifteen passed tho Senate on Thurs- years study is medical genius. For of who deservo liberal patronage, and people Capt. Sanford Goins, who has been we are glad to see that they are day by a vote of 18 to 10, and now sale by Chapman & Williams. 19 Many new and pretty things, in quito ill at his homo on tho corner of doing well. goes to the House, in which body it all the woods most fashion- Clinton and Lewis streets, was some is said there is a majority in favor of ble are daily being placed Damaged Goods. Sale of SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. it. bettor yesterday. on our floors. A marvelous cure for Catarrh, Miss Lucy Bush, of Anderson Diphtheria, Canker mouth and My entire stock of dry goods, Wo want to compare our goods and county, and Miss Mary Todd SafTell, Headache. With each bottle there embroideries, ZE3- - lEBoirers 8c Soxi-Op- p. notions, laces prices with goods shipped from any slightly damaged and smoke, will be for the is an by of this city, are visiting Mrs. John G. more ingenious nasal Injectorof these other point. Frankfort Furniture Court-houssuccessful treatment closed out at coBt for cash. Company, Carlisle in Washington City. eomnlaints without extra ohargo. Manufacturing Ann street. opposite Muy2-lWm. O'Donnell. nUi. n mimhm'- of societv dcodIo ' Price 50o. Sold by J. W. GAYLE. 37 Capital Hotel, 1 WUIVU from Lexington came down to see Miss Sallie Theobald and company in Mr. R. G. Elliott, of Lexington, "A Woman's Will". Tuesday. was in tho city Thursday. Mrs. Lucas Weitzel has returned Mr. John Allison, of Bourbon coun- from Lawrenceburg, accompanied by ty, was in tho city Thursday. her daughter, Miss Bertha, and grand children, little Miss Margie and MasCol. John 0. Hodges, of Lexington ter Louis Conway. has been in the city this week. Mrs. J. A. Crittenden, Mrs. Mary MiBS Belle Sanders goes to LouisC. Haycraft and son, Master Willie, ville next week to visit friends. Mr. 0. B. Conway, of Lawrence-burg- , returned yesterday from Greenville, Mississippi, where they have been was in the city Wednesday. spending tho winter. Senator J. 0. S. Blackburn was in Messrs. John Meagher and Swigert the city Thursday ana yesceraay. Taylor, of Frankfort, wore in town Mr. weoster uaziay, 01 --louisvine, Saturday. was in the city Sunday and Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Saffoll attended Mr. Howard Jett, of Cynthiana, the funeral of Mrs. John T Gray, at visited relatives in this city on Tues- Frankfort, last Saturday. Mrs. Gray day. was born and reared in this county, Western B. Thomas, of Indiana, being the daughter of Mr. James Mr. spent Sunday with his mother in this SafTell. Anderson Ncwa. Personals. M 1 M1 R. K. McCLURE tlxe LI2d-ES- selected stools: a,ad. BEST '? 4 wi Books, Stationery, Etc. ote In. of i't iia""-! v , 20-4- t. fS y l mm i son. CARRIAGES H to-da- n ex-istan- - FURNITURE. e. 20-l- 25-t- f. x. i. .'X - 3 f W.fi f, nkV- m SPRING HATS! . ' SPRING NECKWEAR! K,t Imported - rf fU ( a-n- d. 4 Domestic Grood- - Largest and best assortment we have ever shown Jfc t have you look at them. ,4r ..!! 1 Would be pleased 1. l J 'vS-- . HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! Sliiloli's Consumption 1 V Cure. ii Monday and his . school, contagious diseases. The eminent physician, J. Mariwhich was suspended during his illon Sims, of New York, says: "I ness. am convinced that Trof. Darby's Quit tlie Turf. ProphylacticFluid is a most valu 21 Mrs. L. D. Hancock, of this county, able disinfectant," has determined to abandon tho racing Two Houses Burned. business conducted by her husband, tho late G. W. Hancock, and will The LeCompte's Bottom corresponoffer the entire stable at the spring dent of the Henry County Local says:, combination sale of Oapt. Phil. 0. Mr. Henry Vest moved from the Kidd. iarm 01 ivir. scotc to iTaninorc, on tho 22d inst. On Mr. Scott's farm Bicycle Ladders. there was two log houses, built by Messrs. Marshall & Meagher have Mr. Vest, one of which he vacated put in the latest stylo bicycle ladders and the other about a quarter of a in their shoe store to aid them in mile distant, had been occupied by reaching the goods on tho highest tenants, but had been unoccupied for shelves. As they travel back and several month3. Both of these houses forth upon tracks they are a most were burned to tho ground on the convenient arrangement. evening of tho 22d (the evening of Mr. Vest's departure) before sunThe promptness and certainty of its cures have matlo Chamberlain's down. Cough Remedy famous. It is intended especially for coughs, and is the Children Qry for Pitcher's Castoria. most effectual remedy known for these diseases. 25 and 50 cent' botGot Four Years. tles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. . mm 30-lm- Use it in every Will keep the atmosphere pure and Returned to Business. wholesomejremoving all bad odors You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $ 1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. , Prof. A. F. Case, who has been from any source. quite sick at his father's home in Will destroy all Disease Germs, Lexington for two weeks, returned infection from all Fevers and.all W. Gavle. 37 sick-roofirst-class This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine wo have over sold, a few doses invariably cure tho worst cases of Cough, sjroup ana uroncmciB, wmie its wonderful success in the 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. Price 10c, 60c. ana $1. If your lungs are soro, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. handsome surrey built by the company for Mr. "V. T. Gaines. It is as fine a piece of work as can be turned out by any establishment, neat and strongly built, and will do good Tho company claim to turn out only first-clas-s vehicles, and from the sample shown we think they are making their claim good. Drop in and lot Mr. O. R. Crutcher show you the surrey. ser-vio- e. Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy BUGGIES, HARNESS AND PAEM J&JJ? IMPLEMENTS Darby's Prophylactic 'WKLOIjESAIjE E3RiaES. SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHEIt court-house. & CO. Salesroom, opposite HZ-AV- Factory, South warehouse. -- E STOTTIES ST ZB-CTGrGK- ZF - uIIfcTTIEID. March 2C-t- f Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, 5-- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ANNOUNCEMENT. Frankort, seven rooms and kitchen. All in good repair. Possession given about March 20. 26-- tt i3 For Rent My house in South For Circuit Clerk. We are nuthorlzed to unnomite WALTER FRANKLIN us a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk bubject to the action of the Democratic Guy Barrett. Party. 11 violin of German make which I will sell cheap. Louis Harris 25-t- f. Violin For Sale I have a fine I V( nrft JlllMinrl7nl ti minminAA OMTrkco n FORD as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Frank- county, subject to the Democratic primary II election, jiareu iy, lb'Ji. Jan. For Sheriff. JW e lire authorized to announce JAMES M. WAKEHLLD as 11 candidate for Sheriff of Iratikllii county, subject to the action or the Democratic prlmarj, March 19, 1892. Jan.9-ttf- . K iy P. H. Carpenter. FOR SALE. T OFFER FOR SALE AT A BAHRAIN THE 1 handsome property of Dr. W.H. Hull, u South Wo are authorized to announce JAS. G. BIUW-NEMy entire stock of dry goods, Fr.mkfort. Utlepenect. AS. ANDREW SCOTT. as a ctindiilato lor Sheriff of Franklin coun27-- 1 J in. ty, subject to the or the Democratic party notions, laces and embroideries, lit the primary election to be held March 19, 1892. slightly damaged by smoke, will bo Dec.l9-te- . Sale of Damaged Goods. closed out at cost for cash. 25-t- f. Wm. O'Donnell. ER'SDII C New Printing: Office. Armstrong Brothers, of Cincinnati, have established a printing office in tho Haly building on Main street, and by an arrangement with them Mr. Moses O'Connor will issue tho Evening Journal from that office in the futuro. Tho stylo of tho firm, as shown by the sign hung out, will bo tho Evening Journal Publishing Co. Messrs. George Vogt, who killed Thos. Collins, (who was formerly a policeman in this city) in Louisville in 1890, plead guilty to the charge of manslaughter in tho Jefferson Circuit Court, on Thursday, and was sentenced to four years and six months in the penitentiary. On a former trial ho was given five years, but appealed and the Court of Appeals granted him a new trial, which took placo Thursday and resulted as above. Money to Lend. By tho Louisville Savings, Loan and Building Co. I want to make some largo 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-l- BUCKEYELILE OINTMENT: CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE niCIUUDSOS-TlTLOBMK- We are authorized to announce It. D. ARMSTRONG as 11 candidate for SherllT of Franklin county, subject to the action or tho Dniocnitlc convention or Saturday, Murch lyth, 1892. We ure authorized to nnnouncn A. G. JEFFERS as a candidate for Sheriff or Franklin county, bubject to the Democratic primary election. 14-t- Attislritris A Holies, Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly executed by tho Kentucky xiuggy aim xiarness company. lo-tr. o County Court. As Monday is the-month- The Frankfort Furnituro Manufac turing Company will have special sale days for furniture, Monday, March 28th, and each succeeding day, Ann street, opposite Capital Hotel. 29-l- HAVING CLAIMS and CERTAIN CURE l LL PERSONShusband. Win. Church,AGAINST my deceased will preknown for 15 years as tho BEST sent them to mo nt once, duly proven as required by I iw, and nil persons knowing themselves inREMEDY FOR PILES. debted to my said husband will sae costs by Frtptrtd bj CO., BT.LOCT3. same to mo without further notice. EMMARINE CHURCH, W'U" CUUC" deCti!l3eL W. II. SNEKD," . Att'y. lor Administratrix. t. M-ir19-l- pay-lu- g Oratorical Contest. At the Stato Oratorical Contest at Georgetown last night Judge A. E. Richards, of Louisville, Rev. George Darsie, of this city, and Hon. W. O. Owens, of Georgetown, acted as tho judges, and Mr. Martin D. Hardin, of this city, represented Center College in tho contest. Quito a largo number of ladies and gentlemen went up from this city to hoar tho young orators. Inter-Collegia- te , Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria Everybody gets tho worth of their money at Frankfort Furniture Manufacturing Company, Ann street, at Church's old stand. 20-l- A Flue Sample. m Thoro is on oxhibition at tho ware-rooof tho Kontuoky Buggy and Harness Co., on St. Clair street, a Sales on our market for tho week justolosod amount to 3,365 hhds., with receipts of 1,053 for the samo period. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 49,240 hhds. Sales of tho crop of 1890 on ourmarkot to date 42,910 hhds. Prices were a little irrogular ono or two days of the past week on medium grades of leaf but closed firm m tho common sorts remain about tho samo. Good to flno loaf has boon Are Happy. very scarce and prices aro fully as Quito a number of our itizens at- strong as at any time this year. Tho following quotations fairly tended the Republican Stato Conven- represent our market for burley tion in Louisville Wednesday and tobacco: Thursday. Some of them, who wore Trash (dark) or damaged 2 00 tobacco $4 50 for Judge Goorgo Denny for delegate 4 00 Oolory trash 5 50 from tho and were sat Common lugs not oolory 0 00 8 00 upon in tho county and district con- Oolory lugs 15 00 8 00 7 00 10 00 ventions, woro feeling pretty good Common leaf. 10 60 14 00 over tho outcome, as tho Judge Medium to good leaf. 20 00 15 00 Good to line fillers knocked tho balanco of tho boys out sseieoc or wrappery in groat shape. 20 50 20 00 loaf. to-da- and a largo crowd may be looked for, as tho April court is a day usually sot apart for the display of fino stallions. Franklin county now has as flno a lot of horses as any in tho State, and some beautifuj animals will bo seen on the streots Monday. Tho festive horso swapper and street vendor of great bargains will also bo on hand, and Monday promises to bo quite lively. tho first Monday in county court will be held, LOUISVILLE MARKET. TOBACCO BICYCLES IsnUMLlUJIIl The qutok an direct route from FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. lomsiiE to. tain rwta mil temsi One hundred and fifty mllea SHORTEST TO LITTLE BOCK, And the osly " s.V t;:w--vi isr i1w,flrl,',ir . Without Change of Cars. If 70a are going to emigrate to Kr 4tf Stato-at-larg- o, Fort Worth $130 to $150 Sherman, Dallas, IBS to Pha'iitx, for eents Wurwlcks, for Rents 135 to 150 Austin, Houstin, Improved Crescent, for cents 60 to 90 improved ltob itoy, roryouiiR men . . GO to 75 This Ii the Improved Speed, lor boys and men . . 40 to 70 GO to Dixie, tor ladles and gents 90 Gendron, for misses or youths 40 to CO CHEAPEST AND KEST ItOUTE. Perfection, for boys from 8 to 14 . . . 25 Also some shop-wor- n wheels, rouging In nrlce No change of cars to irom $zo to $yo. Sundries for evorybody. Call and see us. M0NTG0MEBY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS Hamblers. for ladles or Rents PRICES TALK! .... .... CRUTCHER & ROBERTS Roundabout office, 217V5 St. Clair street, AGENTS FOR AND NEW ORLEANS. Var further lnfom&tlon, addreu C. P. ATMORE, Q.P. T.A., LOUUVIH. KINKUCXT. PRINCE WELLS, of Louisville. &&&&fitofciy Elfln &L. .: w! 1,. : :.,. vv''.' L iV,J Himsn rr. I 'Pfprn'' at 9PPPVP A 5f 'fwnwiNpipniv "J "Hi f wfjYTTV' T TPTvtT" jHSr m -- M Postal Card Old It. woll-know of surgeons. Ho was placed in a flat-boand taken to Valley View, whero physicians wont late last night, o ftiMral at the at Frankfort, Kentucky, and loft him comfortable this mornas lecond-olamallobio matter. ing. Lee is a brother of Wesley dEO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. Higgins, County Olerk of Breathitt, and was on his way to Frankfort. PitAMFOllT ROUNDABOUT, post-oflk- u FRANKFORT, APR. 2, 18!)2. To New Orleans. of the First Presbyterian Ohurch l, on the first Sunday in September last, distributed nickles to the scholars and teachers of the school, which were to be traded upon until the first Sunday in March for the purpose of raising a fund to be used, one half for the benefit of the Leestown Mission school and the other half to go to the evangelical fund of the Ohurch. Reports were called for, on the second Sunday in March, from those who received the nickles and the following is tbo result: Out of eighty-eigpersons who received nickles all but six reported, and the fund raised amouuted to $84.85. The amounts made by the individual members ranged from 20 cents to Miss Mamie Hawkins re. $10.05. ported the largest amount and Miss Mamie Bull camo next with $5 20. It is not often that a person can invest four dollars and forty cents and in six months receive a turn of eighty-fou- r dollars and eighty-fiv- e Sunday-schooht On April 0, 7 and 8, the Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to New Orleans and return at 20.15. Limited to return April 12th, on Several weeks ago we announced of that Mr. S. 0. Bull, Superintendent account at New Orleans Confederate April 8th. Veterans Beats Building and Loan Associations. re-uni- New Carrier. carrier on the North Frankfort route, and ho has not become thoroughly familiar with the location of all ouf subscribers in that part of the city. We hope that those who fail to get their papers will notify us so that the matter may bo remedied. We have a new New Church at Lawrence-burg- . The new Church which, has been erected by the Methodist congregation at Lawrenceburg will be dedimorning. Rev. cated D. D., of CovingThomas J. Todd, ton, formerly pastor of the Methodist Ohurch in this city, will preach the dedicatory sermon. Pure and Wholesome Quality Commends to public approval the California liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. It is pleasant to the taste and by acting gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels to cleanse the system effectually, it promotes the health and comfort of all who use it, and with millions it 1b the best t. and only remedy. 30-4- Mr. R. Q. Elliott, a and popular real estate and insurance man of Lexington, was arrested Monday by Deputy Marshal McCarty on a warrant sworn out beforo Commissioner Ohinn by E R. Odor, charging him with using tho mails for unlawful purposes. Elliott wrote a postal card to E. R. Oder, tho in. suranco man at Oynthiana, notifying him that if he did not pay his rent ne would nave to take steps to put him out of his house. Oder had beon renting from Elliott and was out of tho city at tho timo his rent was duo, and when Elliott Bent to the house for tho amount due Mrs. Oder simply informed tho messenger that her husband was out of tho city, and a few days after left herself to visit her father in Oynthiana. Not knowing tho whereabouts of her husband, Mr. Elliott wrote the notice on a postal, thinking she would receive the card and give it to her hdsband, which she did a (ew days utrerwaraB, ana ne ien outraged, reported the case to the Commissioner and a warrant was issued at once. Oder had been in tho house for a year and had been slow in paying up, allowing a check he gave Mr. Elliott for one month's rent to bo protested, and Mr. Elliott was simply trying to protect himself, with no intention of violating tho law. Dick Elliott is not that kind of a man. The case has been set for trial before Commissioner Ohinn on Tues- VVxVKVXVVVVVVkVVVVV!VV,VVgVVVVVV.VC?BVrW,l!BBt for Infants xiifl and Children Caatori cores Colic, OonnUpaUon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl restion. Without Injurious medication. ' and shall alwars continue to it ' Castoria.Invariably produced beneficial Edwin F. Pardct, M. D., Street and 7th Are., New York City. For sereral years I hare recommended fl "Cutorlmteso well adapted to children tht I recommend ltaa superior to any prescription known to mo." II. A. Archxx, H. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, K. T. "The use of 'Castor!' is so universal and Its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse It Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easyreach." Carlos Mattx. D.D.. New York City. Factor Bloomlngdale Reformed Church. Late results." MTbo Wlnthrop," lth Tn Cmici Coxfaxy, Feb. T7 Mcbrat Snuurr, Nsw York. 13-- 1 j. Ffori Furniture FTianufaGiuring Co. day. Have opened Sale Eooms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. m cents. It is wonderful how many ways can be discovered to turn a nickle over and make it double itself, and the chil dren of the school found nearly all of them. Politeness Saved His Life. The correspondent of the Danville Democrat in this city relates the following concerning a popular and n gentleman in this community. Mr. Louis D. Craig, the present efficient clerk in Col. McDowell's office, was a Confederate soldier in the late unpleasantness and had many narrow escapes, but he says the narrowest he ever had was in a New Orleans barber shop ten years after the war, and politeness saved his life then. He went into the shop and picked up a newspaper to read while waiting his turn, and becoming interested in some article he gave his turn to some man who came in after him. The barber calmly adjusted the towel about the stranger'B neck and lathered his face in the usual way, but instead of shaving him he cut his throat from ear to ear. Tho barber was crazy and his insanity had taken this way of showing itself. Craig says this courtesy shown the stranger saved his life, for the barber was not at all particular whose throat he cut, and he has never allowed himself to be shaved by a barber from that day to this. well-know- uA L Woman's Will." no HRD GET PRICES. sr., who killed A. J. Montgomery and wounded young Jarvis in Georgetown last August, together with three others convicted at the recent turn of the Scott Circuit Court, was brought to the Penitentiary a few days ago. Kendall has a two years' term before him and is likelv to be ioined by one or two of between acts The respective parts were taken in a creditable manner by his sons before his time is out. the other members of the company, Resigned. butMiBs Sallio Theobald, of this city, eclipsed them all, won every heart Mr. Jas. G. Green, who for many by the cute and sweet manner in years has been keeping the first e which she rendered the part of Dolly Both the method and results when on the Georgetown pike, has Meng, and "was frequently encored. resigned his position, and nest week Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant She is a born little actress and has a will remove to the place near Tunnel aud refreshing to the tasto, and acts bright future before her. Hill, Hardin county, ho traded with fently yet promptly on the Kidneys, The company went from here to Mr. S. W. Paine for, and devote his and Bowels, cleanses the sysNicholasville, where they gave an time to raising fruit. He already tem effectually, dispels colds, headentertainment last night. aches and fevers and cures habitual has seventeen hundred fruit trees and they will be in Danville, Monday several acres of grapes upon the constipation. Syrup of Figs is the ouly remedy of its kind ever pronight in Paris, Tuesday night in place, all in bearing, and he hopes to Winchester, Friday night in Mt. make the business more profitable Business College Changes. duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in Sterling, Saturday night in Ver- than his old position has been. Prof. E. B. Guion, formerly princi- its action and truly beneficial in its sailles, and Tuesday night week in Mr. Charles Mefford will succeed pal and proprietor of the Washington effects, prepared only from the most Oynthiana. him as (Pa.) Business College has purchased healthy and agreeable substances, its a joint interest in the Capital City many excellent qualities commend it Wild Bill In the Pen. Deafness Can't be Cured Buisness College, and will take charge to all and have made it tho most William Deal, better known as By local applications, as they cannot as its principal in a few days. Prof. popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c "Wild Bill," the Texas desperado and reach the diseased portion of the ear. Guion is a graduate of St. James is only one way to cure deaf- College, Md., and also of Yale, besides and $1 bottles by all leading drughighwayman, who for so many years There gists. Any reliable druggist who ness, and that is by constitutional terrorized the whole west, was remedies. Deafness is caused by an being a teacher of 18 years experience may not have it on hand will probrought to this city from Knox inflamed condition of the mucous in his own and other business col- cure it promptly for any one who county on Monday to serve a one lining of the Eustachian Tube. When leges in the east. He is competent in wishes to try it Do not accept any the tube (rets inflamed you have a year's term in the Penitentiary for rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, all branches of his calling, and his substitute. shooting into a dwelling house. and when it is entirely closed .deaf- influence here will be shown as a CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. While in Lexington he was inter- ness is the result and unless tho in- teacher of business college branches, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, KY. LOUISVILLT. viewed by a reporter of tho Trans- flammation can be taken out and this nomal school work or in preparing NEW YORK, N.Y. tube restored to its normal condition, young men for a classic course. cript as to his past history. hearing will be destroyed forever; We solicit for him a welcome in He Baid positively that he was tho nine cases out of ten are caused by original Wild Bill from Texas and catarrh, which is nothing but an in our community. that he had appeared before many flamed condition of she mucous surLarge Log Tide. courts and been cleared on a plea of face. When asked about the Wo will give One Hundred Dollars number of men that he had killed, he for any case of deafness (caused by Judge W. L. Pence returned Sunwas very particular to make no defi- catarrh) that we cannot cure by day afternoon from a trip to Beatty-vill- o nite remarks. He maintains that it takine Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for and reports that fully two was simply public sentiment that circulars, freo. thousand rafts of saw logs passed Du. E. C. West's Nekveand Biuin Tiieat-men-t, caused him to receive this first seny uu., F. J. UtilittJN a n tence to a state prison, yet it is n guaranteed for Hjsterla, DizziToledo, O. that point on Saturday, and as it re- ness. Convulslonx, speclllc Nervous Neuralgia. Kite, that he has been instrumental B6T Sold by druggists, 75c. 0 quired two men to operate each raft Heudache, Nervous Prostration caused by the iixe in causing the death of seventeen about four thousand mountaineers of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, MentalIn DeInmen. tie is evidently a uau man, a pression, Low Rates on tlie Mid- - left their homes with the recent tide sanity audSof tenlng of the Brain resulting death, leading to misery, decay and tough citizen, has eleven wounds on Premuturo jOld Age, Bnrreness, Loss of Power land. his body, and is to all appearances to bring logs to market In some of In either ser, Involuntary Los sen and Spermaman he represents himself to be. the of the bruin, s of torrhoea caused by or Huh box contains He is enjoying good health, is thirty-fou- r To persons attending the meeting of tho counties at tho LOO a box, or six boxes one month's treatment. years of age, weighs 164 pounds tho Kentucky Homoeopathic Medical the Kentucky all other business was for $5 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. and is five feet, seven and three-fourt- Association at Georgetown, May suspended and even oourts were ad inches in height. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. Kentucky Midland Railway journed in order to allow the timbor the any sell round trip tickets at ono and men an opportunity to take advant- To cureboxes,case. With each orderrecelved by us will accompanied with S6.00, we Lost a Leg. age of the high water and mako for six purchaser our written guarantee towill reone third fare. send the run to this city or points on the fund the money If the treatment does not effect Tho Kentucky Midland and Q. & O. tho A dispatch to the Cincinnati Commea cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE Lit. river above. COMPTE & (JAYLE CO., and J. W. UAYLE, rcial-Gazette ii from Nicholasville railroads will soil tickets to Frankisi o Frankfort. Ky. per-son- s says that a singular accident befell fort at one and ono third fare to Furnishing tlie Seed. attending tho meeting of the Lee Higgins, a raftman of Breathitt county, near Tate's Creek, Valley Kentncky Fish and Game Olub, at Mr. L. J. Cox has entered into contract with tho Commissioner of AgView, last night, when ho with his Frankfort on April 10. The Q. & O. and tho Louisville riculture to furnish his department We will pay tho above reward for any case of associates, landed a raft of 150 logs. Sick Headache, Sothern railroads, effective April 1st, with twelve hundred bushels of pure Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,Costlveness wo cannot Tho advance was of eleven rafts. Constipation, or when euro with The cable had been thrown around a will mako tho rate for Clergymen white seed corn, and is now engaged directions West's Vegetable Liver Pills, They the are are strictly compiled with. holding permits one and one half faro in delivering the eamo. Tho corn purely Vegetable, and never fall to give satisfactree, when a kink of the coil caught tion. Sugar Coated , Largo boxes, containing so will bo distributed by the Commis- Pills, 26 cents. Beware of counterfeits and imiaround Higgins' leg and amputated per mile. only by O. D. Beboaw, kneo as sioner to tho farmers throughout the tations. The 0.genuine manufacturedCHICAGO, it four inches below tho WEST COMPANY, THE JOHN G. F. & P. A. ILL. For sale by all druggist. skillfully as if it had 'been the work State. M. H. Kendall, toll-gatTo-night The new society drama, "A Woman's Will," written by Mr. J. Allen Darnaby, of Lexington, was presented at the Opera House in this city on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, before large and fashionable audiences. The company is composed of good amateurs and the play moved smoothly, without the usual long and tiresome intermissions Kendall a Convict. ppfEc;s FOR SALE. A A SOUR-MAS-n DISTILLERY, NOW in operation, for sale elienn. rinir 4 nm rate burp In Apply to M.T.MITCHELL, Jan.23-t- t Frunkfort Ky. SMALL $100 REWARD. February four hundred und eighteen' dollars In money und a fine gold open case watch and chain. Iwlllpaytbeabote reward for jtha arrest and conviction of the thief. Feb.6-tf- . qyiKRE WAS STOLEN FROM MY POCKETS 1 on the1, streets of Frankfort; ,on Monday, 1892, A. J. SHOWALTEB. Rob't. B. Franklia u-i- y Frankfort, Ky. ORCHARD, 1872, LAWN 5 GARDEN. 1502. gate-keepe- r. IMMENSE STOCK 6F FRUIT AND ORNAMEN-- 1 tal trees, small fruits, fhrubs, vines and plants. PRICES Feb. 20-3- m H.O"W. Lexington, Ky. theirs begin. General and strawberry catalogues on application to If. F. HILLENMEYER, We liave no agents and our profits cease' where self-defens- e. QfifflEffl 9mmsm Eifcai5W! WREvnNV USSSSmX MILES 110 MILES ririrmf "M (zWlliii: mmsm tos. xaLZLiSBasBs&xvm 9M. 'V well-know- tifchii to WflMF THE SHORTEST ANDQUICilrT self-abu- Mom Georgetown head-water- e. Time, 25 Hours. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. hs 18-2- The shortest aud quickest. Jacksonville, Ala Time, 26 Hours- - to $500 Reward! Solid Vestlbuled Trains. The Shori line bo tweenGlnclnmitlanrt Lexington, Kt., Time, 2M Hours. 12 Knoxville, Tknn., ' 17 ai!kville, n. c, Direct Connections at New Orleamand port for Texan, Mexico and California. Sbrer Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Hallway via Georgetown 6:(6a.m.;arrlve CI nclnnat!10:26 a.m. Quicker than any other line. Alltrulns urrlv HtilepurttromOentralUnlon Depot.ClncInnat!. For Ratee. Maps, xo..naares D. MILLER, iTLANTA, Gi., DlHHIHOHAM, ALA., chattanoooa.tmnn., " " 11 16 10 " 16-l- b.'i, Traf. Mng, Cincinnati, O. E. T. C11ARLETON, D. P. & T. A., Chattanooga. EDWARDS, -- 9F,4l,T .: . wgm TttW1 v r m ww 'M,fyiifpp k-- "wm ' 5 4 We begin the new year with a more complete line of goods than ever before. F"OR, Buggies, Phaetons, Surrys andJKoad Oatts in many styles. 18 2 A full line of HAND-MADE HARNESS, All prices. WAGQN HARNESS, PLOW m GEAR, and variety of SADDLES. Messts. Ma stin Bros.: PLOWS! every Of la all sizes. description and repairs for same. fcc. Gentlemen: After having: used the Oliver and other Chilled Plows for years, we were induced to try the VULCAN, and without hesitation pronounce it the strongest, lightest draft, and the easiest handling plow we have ever used. No one will make a mistake in buying it. Very respectfully, Harrows, Seed Sowers, Corn Planters, Cultivators, lJs What we advertise you will find we keep. it to your interest to call and see us. ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. A. W. MACKL1N, WM. JONES, SIDNEY BEDFORD, B0WEN & BOLTON, ED WILEY, JOHN G0DDARD. W. J. & W. H. LEWIS, J. C. & R. W. NOEL, And we are sure that we can make p m: FRANKFORT, APR. 2, 1892. IVKLST'IN' bottom of the river the boats having suplost in transit to ply this city for years to come. In those days the boats were built upon the river banks, loaded with coal now and brought out, as saw-log- s are, when a tide came. So dangerous was the trip down that many boats went to the bottom long before they reached the head of slack water. Those which did reach here were knocked to pieces when emptied of the coal and the lumber of which they were built was Bold for a good price, 'and there are many houses standing y which were built of the Bame. The coal which arrived here yesterday was bought by one of our local dealers, and it is likely to go off like hot cakes. When slack water is carried a little further up the river coal will be brought to this city out of the Kentucky Mountains at all seasons of the year and will doubtless again controll the market. to-da. FRANKFORT ROUNMBOUT been O. F. C. Fire. JMHVHHMfjIllllllllfllllMlllll JAY-EYE-S- EE Of Jay-Eyc-Sc- c) The following time table is now effect npon the L. & N. road: TnAIKB TIME TABLE. WEST. No.'281enveBFrnnkfort No. 17 loaves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort No l'Jlenvep Frnukfort TBAINBKABT. 5:r.0'n. m 9:40 n. m 3:00 p. m 7:88 p.m. n. m. About 1 o'clock Tuesday morning the O. F. C. Distillery was damaged to the extent of $400 by fire. Some staves placed on top of the boiler in the furnace room to dry, caught fire and commuicated the flames to the roof of the building. The distress signal was Bounded from the whistle and the fire department took the steam engino down, but the flames were extinguished before they arrived. BB9 with three applications of Mb. J. I. Case, (Hickory Grove Farm, homo Ituciue, Wl8.,8ay: "Altcrtrylng vory known remedy, I removed n lurgo Iitinch or two years standing, from a 3 year eld Ully, QUMN'S OINTM&IT. vmw? TUIDE Ui.UK, heartily recommend It to all Horsemen." We have hundred of such tctllmoniaU. rrlcc,81..10 per bottle. Ask your drusglst for K. JfJ-.does not krcp It, send us :3c. stamps or silver, for trial box. W. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, K. Y. of. It Is I1ho best preparation I havo ever mod or licurd No. 20 loaves Frankfort 7.48 No .24 arrives Frankfort U:16 No. 22 leaves Frankfort Nob. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Cincinnati. Noh. 28 and 21 conneot at Anchorage for Bloomtield Branch. W. W. Alexandeu, No. 18 leaves Frankfort .... .... 10:10 4:3.r, p.m. p. m. p.m. Excursion Rates to Louisville. On account of Celebration of Thos. JefTerson'B birthday at Louisville, Ky., April 2d, the L. & N. R. R. will soil round trip tickets to LouiBvillo on April 2d for trains number 17, 21 mmi DWARD CLAASSEN, -- Agent. ZFOTniauSui To Have a New House. Mr. M. J. Meagher 'will in a short .time begin the erection of a handsome naw residence on the corner of St. Clair and Mero Streets. and 19, $2.60. good to return April 4th, at W. W. Alexander, Agent. so Plumber, GasSteam Fitter -- Revenue Collection. Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming . pi AND DEALER IN- - The following are the amounts of internal revenue collections by Getting, Ready . for Build-i- n Deputy U. S. Colleotor L. P. Tarlton during the month of March: On whisky $104,064.30; on tobacco, $355.50. Mr. William Oraik is grading ofF For the three quarters of the fiscal his lots at the corner of Campbell and year ending March 31st, he has colMain streets and getting them in good lected $601,819.10. The collections shape to be used for building pur- are largely on the increase, as the poses. amount paid in during the month of March was the largest since August, When Your L4ver 1889. Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, Is torpid and sluggish, you cannot do business successfully. Everything goes wrong. You don't feel well. Get your liver in good working order by using Dr. Halo's Household Tea, the great blood purifier and nerve tonic. It has no equal as a health restorer. For sale at Carpenter's 2 South Side Drug Store. A Great misfortune. Revenue Assignment. Mr. Hord Brbv(n, U. S. Store-keepehas been assigned to duty at the Spring Hill Distillery of Messrs. John Cochran & Co. for the next sixty days. All the other officers in r, The Richmond Climax says, that Mrs. J. S. Minary, formerly Miss Lizzie Jett, of this city,, has been stricken with paralysiB at her home in St. Louis, Mo., and that her sister, Mrs. J. J. Brooks, of Richmond, is with her. This will be sad news to drug store. the many relatives and friends of Mrs. Minary in this city and county, who have not been informed of her great mlsforturne. H STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT "WORK. AIJj WORK need no special mention. All GUARANTEED. who have used Electric Bitters Opposite State House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. sing the same song of praise. purer medicine does not exist, A Thorough, Practical Instruction. Grduntei asand it is guaranteed to do all that sisted to positions. Catalogue Tree. Write to Bitters will is claimed. Electric Bmi!T& 5imTGiJ BUSINESS COLLEGE, cure all diseases of the Liver and LOUISVILLE KY. Kidneys, will remove Pimples, affecBoils, Salt Rheum and other tions caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all DIXIE'S FiVOniTE. F0I THE WOODS Of THE SOUTf IT HS Malarial fevers. For cure of f0 EQUL Thapatent by which this Sow Is protected consists of a depression of tho face of tho Headache, Constipation and Indicutting teeth through tho center from point to base, thus removing all friction whllo gestion try Electric Bitters. EnIn use, giving strength and stiffness to the teeth and Increasing three-foltho durability of tho "set." WE CHALLENGE TUX WORLD to produce a Ssnr tire satisfaction guaranteed, or equaling the ATKINS FAST CUTTING DEXTEB. money efunded. Price 50 cts. and $ per bottle at South Side well known and so popular as to PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter. d 5 P. H. Carpenter. PKICEts,,vep S'm'i Including: llnndlcs, $1.00 per foot. j Spcclai stcc,t witbont Handles. .75 per foot. 1 Cheap Rates to Chicago. The Kentucky Midland is selling tickets from Frankfort to Chicago, via Cincinnati, at $8. m - K W. Arlitnr nf tho EurRnn- Vnr vAnrn the district retain their present lUU tUHCUUft viu.u.,1 J lOl- HUD UOUIl ouu- assignments. ject to cramp colic or fits of indiges..-tion, which prostrated him for severAnother Lot Sold. al hours and unfitted him for business for two or three days. For the year he has been using Miss Julia Blakemore has purohasod the past Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and from Mrs. L. A. Thomas a lot on Diarrhoea Remedy whenever occasion Second street adjoining'the property required, and it has invariably given ot Mr. J . W. Hughes, 60 by 200 feet, for him prompt relief. 25 and 50 cent bottles thirty-flvdollars per front foot. gist. for sale by J. W. Gayle, DrugMiss Blakemore will erect a handsomo house upon it during the coming for Judge. fcVift - C D. Bercaw, Q. F. & P. A. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. for tho Atkims Concave Toont lie largo'demandthey claim "as good as tho Dexter."Dutir Saw has led competitors to maSa Inferior Saws which These imitation Saws are mado from a lower grado of steel, inferior workmanship, and without the patent concave tooth. Ask your hardware dealer for tho "Atkinb Dexter" and take no other. If tho dealer will not order it for you, remit amount with order direct to us. From Sire to Son. o summer. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure Is a purely vogatablo remedy prepared from raro medicinal plants, a perfect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness, loss of voice, whooping cough, bronchitis, the first stages of consumption, allays all soreness of the lungs and oheat, and gives perfect satisfaction. It is the greatest medi- position. cine of the ago to strengthen the lung tissue. 25 and 60o. per bottle, at Millinery Carpenter's South Side Drug store. 2 As a family medicine Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer passes from sire to son as a legacy. If you have kidney, liver or blood disorder do not delay, but get a free sample package of this remedy at once. If you have Indigestion. Constipation, Headache, Rheumatism, etc., this grand specific will cureyou. Chapman & Williams, the Candidates leading druggists, are distributing Should the Legislature create a samples free to the afilioted. Large 28 judicial district composed of Frank- packages 50c. lin, Scott and Bourbon it is likely Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. that each county will have a candion date forjudge of the cirouit court, For Rent A dwelling-hous- e Julian, of this city, Third street. Apply to as Judge Ira 28-Virginia Duvall. Gov. Jas. E. Oantrill, of Georgetown, and Hon. B. M. Dickson, of Paris, are mentioned in connection with the 30-lr- a. tf EP Men ATKIIMQ Xi Ml IXIIIO QL Pft UU., o. w. tidlanapolls, Ind. Minneapolis. Minn. Mnpllt9Tui. GfeiHiNopJinu Plants, Bulbs. Seeds. Metal Designs. ' NO J THOMPSON, 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, Removal. TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050.B1NG 2. and Notions. The First in Years. Two boats of Kentucky river oan-ncoal arrived here yesterday morning, from Owsley county, the first in many years. Along in the 50's Frankfort drew her principal supply of coal from the headwaters of the Kentuoky, and it was the best to be had. It is safe to say that there is now enough coal lying in the ol The attention of the ladies is We GIVE AWAY ubsolutely FREE called to the fact that I have just roost, nn eiek'iiniuuicK coioreu K SILK DRESS pattern ofor16 yards opened a millinery and notion store 332 Second street, where I will at ito any you a lady In every town in keep constantly on hand a full stock OR ESS America wno is wining 10 intro duce among her friends "THE of goods in my lino. Will also make llllinlllMnill'l'M" n In.nn 1ft. styles and with CDC CI poko. 61 column, Illustrated dresses in the latest lazlne, one of thu best published. dispatch. Fashion. Flow Mrs. Josie Stephens. , I I It la I nfivntiultn Fiction. Home Decora ers, rnncv Work. of Aim and Rroudwuy, over Drug Store. J. DR.ofllce S. COLEMAN 1113 REMOVED from Dr. Collins' building to the J. HIS cor-ner W. Giiyle's April Rose Buds a Specialty. FOR SALE. TERMS. THE s Floral Designs. Bouse mag-Pnr- rl d Lot or Sals. HOUSE AND LOT OF MRS. M. T. on Ann street, Is offered bargain. Lot 70 by 200 feet, with forsale nt abrick: City School, with tions and everything pertaining to on Swing house of ten rooms upon It. feet front Senunt once 25 cents for the inugaalne one year two adjoining lots, each running For terms npply to Buggies, oarriages and harness ro- - on trlalundapuckiiKftof elegant silks to welect street,will be soldback about two hundred feet. The Hsoneorsfperately. ns desired. tract JOS. SWIOERT, from. Address THEMODKRN QUEKN CO., by the Kentucky and Harness 101 Ann Street. For prlcoand terms upply to us or W II. Averlll. street. New Haven, Conn, MaRY AND MAO. PAGE. 15-t- f. Feb.lS.2m. o. w. t June Mention this paper. ompany. 30-2- t. FAVORABLE the household. ON which we reside, nenr the llfty TUCE ON THE two-stor- y I-- e. jdi&uWktfv. fSSSKsa r. SBm WJW - fljppsilJWrF"? r fjjQunsHHcr7P , "nisp-- ' I Hi" T "l ,i w it,. b 6 w JOKCIN" T- Keady for Spring Trade in the most complete m ttthttt ISReady for Spring Trade with a large line of' - .Thtts- - China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns GooK Stoves & Ranges 9 Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double I am closing out. goods. No trouble to show JNO. T. BUCKLEY. Religious. We would thick Tinware, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Ereezers, 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. JOHN T. BUCKLEY. OR. W. I. KELLEY, Kentucky Central Hallway "BLUB GRASS ROUTE,' Shortesland Quickest ruutef rotn OF CINCINNATI, O., will he at the be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers o I churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish made." Mrs. Elizabeth J. Flournoy, widow of the late Col. Thompson B. FlourEpiscopal Ohurch Rev. E. A. noy, and sister of Senator J. O. S. Penick, the rector, will occupy Blackburn and Hon. James Blackthe pulpit at Ascension Ohurch to- burn, died on Tuesday, March 29th, morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at at the residence of her daughter, Hev. W. 0. Taylor, the pastor. 77:30 S:30 in the chapel. Public worship at 11 a. m.and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Baptist Ohurch Sunday-scho- ol at for the benefit of the Jett Biblo Society, to nssist 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 Cass South, Forks of Elkhorn, and at tho store of Lee A. Owen, Jett. If you havo a buggy, carriage or set of harness which needs repairing take it to the Kentucky Buggy and Harness Company on east Broadway. All work promptly executed. 15-t- f. fh:oe:nt:s eeo'tes, IN KY., CKNTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS Mrs. Flouruoy Dead. Satusday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, April 16th, 1892. May 7th. 1892. May 28th, 1892. Juno 18th, 1892. NORTH, EAST. WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON .SCaBOUIiE AND CINCINNATI. 1 HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical operation and nlth little or no pain. IN EFKLCT KOV. 15TH.1891. tNo.5, Daily p. m. Rev. George 11 l . er meeting 1 p. m. at IDarsio will preach 7:30 as usual. Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly prayin the Lecture-roo- Christian Ohurch at Mrs. Mary Wickliffo, in Greenville, Mississippi, aged about 70 years. Tho remains arrived here Thursday morning and were placed in the family vault in the Cemetery. Short services were held at the tomb, conducted by Rev. H. G. Henderson, of the Methodist Ohurch. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Kr. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. REEEBENCES . W. McKeo Hnrdle, Frankfort, Ky. Ky. ooutli Hound Ex&un. iiuily hxiness lust line ExSun. oioam blBani 9i0mn lo4dain aoopni 265pm Xso 1, 1XU1). No. 8, Accoin. V. Boruerlch, Frankfort, Ky. Kev. L. P. Uulett. Benson. Ky. A. H. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. V. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Wlthrow, Frankfoit, Ky. L,ve Cincinnati, Lve wovtngton. " Falmouth. " Cynthiana DB. KELLEY'S offlce and residence Is at 2B9 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where ho may bo found everj day of each week except SATUR- Arr Paris. ' o Department has isThe will be con- sued orders that hereafter circulars ducted by Rev. Father "W. E. Gorey, having anything printed on them by the pastor. a rubber stamp will havo to b,e preFirst mass at 8 a. m., second mass paid at the rates of first-clasmatter. at 10:30 a. m., and vespers at 3 p. m. This order is based on the principle that a stamp is nothing more nor less 'Southern Presbyterian Ohurch than writing, from the fact that it is Uev. W. G. Neville, the pastor, will used as a pen is used, and the leat 11 gends occupy his pulpit it produces are as individual as usual. iu m. and 7:30 p. m., as those of the pen. Mr. Neville will also preach to the Ualbraitli-Halm- . afterchildren at 3 o'clock noon. All the children of the city Mr. John Galbraith and Miss Anare invited. nie Hahn were marred at the Chris"First Presdyterian OnuRcn The tian Ohurch at 3:30 o'clock Wednesat 11 a. day afternoon, by Rev. George Dar-siusual services Tho attendants were Mr. "Will m.anu7:3Up. m., conauuiuu uy ivuv.i n r r.lio nno.1 Allen and Miss Minnie Hahn. T1,,..,. itor. Liver Communion of the Lord's Supper Miles' Nerve Pills. will be administered at the morning t rservico. Preparatory services will bo Act on a now principle regulating the liver, Htomach and bowels though Iheld this morning at 11 o'clock. the nerves. A new discovery, fir. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Methodist Church Rev. II. G. bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipaSmVlNCUREl IHenderson will preach tion. Splendid for men, women and nnorning at 11 o'clock and in the children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at tevening at 7:30. y convenes at 9:30 a. m. J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. Sunday-schoThe Epworth League will meet in The Old Original Remedy Leads. the class room at 0:45 o'clock p. m. Mr. Henderson extends a cordial Tho Most Successful Uetncdy overdlflcor not invitation to the members of the bySick people should talk be deceived ored, aa It Is certain In Its effects and docs not about pretenders who General Assembly to attend those ''germs," "baccilli," &c, to blister. Bead proof below : soil their preparations, thus preventservices. ing people from buying the original Kendall's Spavin Cure. occupy test(d medicine. "Itadam's Microbe Rev. T. J. Stevorson will Sherwood, Md., May 2, '90. Killer" is what you need. It is now, 13. Kendall Co.t his pulpit at South Benson Ohurch, and for years has been, makiug Hr. J, About tlireo jcars oro I wroto to you Gents I owned who I used .this morning at 11 o'clock and to- more cures than all other remedies about a horse your Kendall'shail a Spavin. and it bpavlu Cure, ulx bottles ol complete Cure. combined. Read their advertisement mads awho have used it 1 havo recommended it to morrow at the same hour. ethers vlth llko success. in this paper. Don't be deceived. llus. Annus K. Kiiuiucok. Post-offlc- Catholic Church The usual services at the Ohurch of the Good Don't Use Rubber Stamps n Circulars. iShepherd s o. w nr-ii..- ..i Tho Saracens had been, for many years, tho scourgo tho dreaded invaders of Europe, and all waged war against this common enemy. But in theso days tho worst scourgo that threatens us, Is that dread invader, Consumption. Consumption fastens its hold upon Its victims whilo they are unconscious of its apDr. Pierce's Golden Medical Disproach. covery has cured thousands of cases of this But It must bo most fatal of maladies. taken before- tho dlseaso 13 too far advanced in order to bo effective. If taken in tlmo, and given a fair trial, it will euro, or money paid for ft will bo refunded. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis, Asthma, seccro od Coughs, and kindred affections, it is an remedy. For all diseases thai ariso from a torpid liver and Impure blocd, nothing can tako the place of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Nothing will, after you havo Boon what it does. It prevents and cures by removing tho causo. It invigorates tho liver, purifies tho blood, sharpens tho appotlto improves digestion, and builds up both strength and flesh, when reduced below tho standard of health. Sold by druggists, everywhor. spective armies. une-qdal- When Charlemagne and his ' Knights of tho Round Tnblo " woro making war on tho Saracons, in Africa, it frequently happened that Knights on either sido would light la singlo combat for tho honor of their re- DAYS. ramplilets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to anyone W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by aodresslng 259 W. Eight St. CIn:lnnatl, O. CONSULTATION FREE. yea written tn yctf If you httrta't, vrlidom Lexington 121Unu Lve Paris. TT iTsOain Lvo Winchester Arr Richmond Lve Ilcrea. " . . llieain 12 4Upni ArrWincliester laiOllll Lve Richmond. . . i mmm jHpC eBaaaBaVaAaSSija ffffffffffJSJSfapJIffSfJSjr IIt Lve Livingston. Lve London . . Arr Corbln. . . ArrLivincston. LvoCoruln. . . iFK?3fTl kpccUl, write, and who, after Instruction. y, will work eam can road and personal attention. I un dertake, to briefly teack any falrlr intelligent penon of either who Int.lllrtnt iugffit will, I protnlft you mr lnhltlon nd ArrCum'bUup. Lve Diirb'rvlllo. Lve i'lnevllle. . LveMIddleab'h. 1 35pm 2U5pin !i05pm 3 15pm 4 10pm 4 50pm 500pm OO'-'pin .... lJapm .... 11pm hUbpm 302i)ii; UlOpm 4bopm . . yeDpni 6a6iiL . . lU2bpm 6 lUpnj 11 OOpui 7 00pm . . . . C15pm 000pm . . . . .. . . 7 05pm 800pm . . . . .... .... .... .... .... .... ' fl G li. Lve Corbm. . . Lvo WUUn'sb'g. Arr Jelllco.. . . Lve Richmond Lve Lancaster.. Arr Stanford. North-Houn- d 7 55pm 4 Supra 5 45pm (i '20pm 1 5Upm 4 45pm 735pm . 520pm 2, aaan ZiWIaisKJ -- ' . three how to Thou-an- Icessful, si above. INolliIne difficult BaKiHftaTnaV--JUs- year In their own localities, where- erer tney live. 1 will also furnish the situation or employment, at which you can earn that amount. I charft nothing and receive uoth- .. .... U US .UK" Dollrra ; d No. Express Lve Stanford. " Lancaster . . Ex Sun. uaiir No. 4 No. 6, Ex bun, Dally. Pally 7 05am Arr Richmond LveJellk'u. 7 OOain 10 15.11)1 i"tJO tCt? V requlrea much time. Idetlrebut one person from county. I have a! Lvo Wllll.i'sb.g. Arr CorMn.. . . Lvo Mlddlpsb'h Lve riiiovlilB Lve Barb'rvllle. ce"3 Arr uorbin.. . . Lve Corbln. . . Hoi Lvo London . . Arr Livingston Lve Livingston. Lve lierea, . . Arr Richmond.. Lve Richmond.. G 05 1111 ArrWincliester G 55am Lve Winchester 7 10am 7 45am Arr Paris LvecimrbHuii. h 45am 8 50.im 0 aoJin G 83am 6 7 8 0 9 10 11 each district or reaur taugnt anu provided with em CSani 47,un 35.U11 and ployment a, largo l!9 m. wwetwimwiilvviTtiii'HitttHiifTittWfiiM imf wwmi i yi mm 1 number who are muting over Three 1 housand Dollars a Year, each. All la new, illd.sure. Full particulars After you Know all, If you ""dude to go no further, why, no harm Is done. Address, 'Ka 4','0, Ajurtiatii, mJXhaK free. 25jiii b5am 03am , Ham i C ALLLX, ltox Dec Jlalnc. 1241pm 1241pm 1 11 15,tm 12 lOnn 7 LLUS Arr Paris. . . . Lve Cynthiana. Lve Falmouth,. .... Lve Lexington. -- l Arr 45-l- Covington. Arr Cincinnati. 55pm 227pm oopm 3 45pm 7 (Mam 2 2 37pm 4 25pm I UQUIll 3 07pm 4 48pm yztim 4 01pm 5S0pm 1051am 5 35pm tiavpin 11 00,im 5 45pm G 45pm 1 35im t ol MAYSV1LLE BRANCH. No. 10, North-hounDaily, Ex. Sun. d. No. 2 55 Ex. Sun Daily, 13 "Mi-crobi- ," A & Rev. W. S. Giltner, of Eminence, will fill his regular appointment at the now Christian Ohurch in Peak's JMill this evening at 7 o'clock and tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. -- Advice to Women If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Kendall's Spavin Cure. T.indek, Warren Co., Vn., Juno 32, 1889. J. Kendall Co.: Dear Sirs I must say that Ionco tried a bottlo of your Kendall's Spavin Curo on a colt, and It entirely removed a bono Hpavln and I did not use all the bottlo In removing it. Tho horse Is six or Raven years old. very Bouud, and has dono hard work all of tho time. . Kingston Sausbubt. fiespoctf ully yours, Suppressed or Irregular struation you must use Men- Br. D. three-year-ol- d Services at Evergreen Church, near Bridgeport, will be hold in future on the 3d instoa'd of the second Sunday, at 11 o'clock. Rev. ZF. W. Eborhardt pastor. protracted meeting at the Southern Presbyterian Ohurch closed TllO result Of .nn Hnnflfivnvnnlnfr. was fourteen additions itho meeting rto tho church and tho congregation greatly revived. Tho BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR OAIITERSVII.I.E, April This will certify that two member of my Immediate family, after having suffered for Tears from Menstrual Irregularity, being treated without benefit by phyaiclans, were at length completely cured by one bottlo of Ilradfleld' Female Ileculator. Its effect is truly wonderfuL J. W. SxaAHOB. Book to " WOMAN " mailed FREE, which contain s YAluablo Information on all female dUoaie. 20, 1886. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Columbia, Ala., July it, 1889. Do. D. J, Kendall Co. : Gents I have effectually removed one coso of bono Hpnvln with your Kendall's Spavin Cure. I cheerfully recommend It to all. R. O. KinanT. Ucspcctf ully, Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. All drng. gists hare It or can got It for you, or it will bo sent to any address on receipt of prlco by tho proprle-tnf- s. Rev. George Darsio delivers his REGULATOR CO., aecturo on "The Man of Snap," on I BRADFIELD ATLANTA, JA. JTOM BAXJB JUT JLLZt DRVQQIMXS JFriday night, April 8th, at Jett, Ky., DR. ti. Aug Wy, J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vermont, No. 2 Runs dally except Sunday from LexingIn uie for 23 years by eminent pbyalolans ton to Cincinnati. No.l Runs dally. and nurKeona In the United States, and profrom all stations No. 4 nounced by them the heal TONIO extant. Rowland Runs dallywhich Is dally exceptexcept the Sunday, Division, others fall. It eurea where allyour DruggistTry It and be No. 6 Dally except Sunday. for It. convinced. Ask No 5. runs dally except Sunday between Cinand Lexington. and Lexington Accommodation No, 16 PBIOE, $1.00 PEB BOTTIiE. cinnati ParisLexington 10,00 a. ra. daily. Leaves Arrives Paris 10:' 5 u. m. ED RAY & GO,, Manfs. and Proprs., J. Leaves No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Arrives Falmouth Cincinnati 6.15 p. in near. 7K)5 p. m dally except Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 6 a. m. Arrives Cin7.65 Sole Agent, cinnati land a.U m dally except Sunday. W. U. AVERILL, mako connections at Wlnobester Nos. for points on the N.N. & M. V. Ry., E. D. No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Frankfort. Ky. Mlddlosborough and Cumberland Gap and all Intermediate stations and runs dally, Junol3-ly- . 227pm 57 a Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Lve. Johnson . .. 60 n nt 820pm Lve. Carlisle. Millersburg 7 15 ft m 3 45pm Lve, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, 7 40 n m 410pm Arr. Paris. . . . Headache, Nervous Pros8 28am 700pm Arr. Lexington. . 10 51 am fiS7pm Arr. Covington . tration, Neuralgia, Pal11 00 am 6 45pra Arr. Cincinnati . pitation of the Heart, C.P.ATMOBE, KNOTT, S.n. Loss of Energy, Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. Genera! Omces, Louisville, Ky. Weakness of Back, Feelings of 8. F. B. MORSE, Asst. Gon'l Pass. Ag't. Languor and Lassitude, GenOffice, Chamber of Commerce Dldg., Cincinnati, O. eral Debility, La Grippe, No. 1 Dally to all points except Rowland DiviEtc., Etc. sion, which Is dally except Sunday. B G 111 LOSS OF APPETITE, TONIC ouitise Lve. Paris Arr. Millersburg Arr. Carlisle. . . Arr, Johnson . . Arr. Maysville, . South-Boun- Lvo. Cincinnati. . Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . . . . . . 1010 am 8 80 p m No. 9, No. it Daily. Dally, Ex. Sun, Ex. Sun 5 20 tt in 7 7 8 8 0 pm 302pm 00 a m 520 pm 55 a m Gl5pm 18 a m G!)8pm 40am 700pm 34 a 754pm 111 Lve. Maysville . . HO p 111 ! 1 1 1 1 " fabib, ft. Id "v. HCHUMIHHieKSReVflhnff BBbX mm ''xillfif Kfft ;rcpji - W'StwW Hanflsniiifi Wedding -- ' 't. ; & 7 &J2TJD- M, R irfhrisiii PrPQPirfcl A V' We are now showing a new line of & m m W? BVIdL rbeBized Iron Clocks and mmMmmMmmiMM- jpMgiai Ti -n' terlfng Silver Ware. Bronze Clocks, . TilMli Roa JTjL.m Sterling pieces in satin lined silk plush cases a specialty. M. ir f ' A' ELB ERT, 233 " S,t, J- I Clair Street. L. RODMAN Iron Clocks, Bronge Figures. y-- M . fe planted, as part of the hemp land will be planted in corn. Oat crop hardly an average, will be Is the finest remedy in the world. sown late. TOBACCO. It absolutely cure.s Catarrh. It cures Judging from tho great demand Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum for seed, the crop will be very large. in the most soothing manner. Cures There has been sent Out from this Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. office an unusual amount of seed. Nicholas McDowell, Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be Commissioner. taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, tDli, What a Cough. Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: "Will yjou heed the warning; different from all else; superior to all the else; it has no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes. signal perhaps of the sure approach Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpen- of that more terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you can ter's South Side drug store. afford, for the sake of saving 50c, to you want sulphur water, fresh run the risk and do nothing for it. If from the Murray well, left at your Wo know from experience that every morning, leave Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. residence This explains why V. H. Averill's drug store, It never fails. orders at he U. S. Express office or H. R. more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup "Williams' grocery. and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not bo without some first class second lame back, side or chest use it. For We have Shiloh's hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W Call and see them if you want a bar- Gayle. 37 Mr. Male's MouwclioUl Oint- ment filftpiLE CURE A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree External. Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chroidc, Recent or I eredltary. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. $1.00 a bor, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purcnused at one time, to refund tne $5.00 paid ir not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. GAYLE. and LF.COMPTE& GAYLE CO.. Drue- gists nnd Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. 1G-I- SON. 5c 5c . 6-- ly Best Indigo Blue Calicoes . : Best Colored Calicoes Best Dress Ginghams Best Apron Ginghams Black Cotton Stocking Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton bio b jl:rgt.a.i;k:s. Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. 6c. 8c. 5C & SON, ' One Fare for Round Trip. On 23-t- f. account re-uni- of United J. April L. RODMAN vr gain. Mabtin Bros. SO-t- f. Forks of Blkhorn. Russell Estess traded a fine youn colt to South Trimble for bis age Monthly Crop Report. Frankfort, Office of Commission of Agriculture, Horticulture and Statistics, KY.,'March 31, 1892 Confederate Veterans at Now Orleans, La., the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trijy tickets to Now Orleans, on April 6th to 8th, inclusive, good to return until April 12th, inclusive, at one 'fare. For Capital City Business ESTABLISHED 1S91. College. further information apply to For the purpose of comparison a presentation, in condensed form, is made up from reports of correspondents from all over the State-'fro- m more than ninety counties up to March 29, 1892. avheat. The growing crop, which is of most interest now to the country at largo, is that of wheat. The prospect for a line crop at this time are very flattering, not only in our own State, but all over the land. Through the fall and first part of the winter the late sown wheat made very slow growth, but through the month of March the growth has been very fine. The freeze oh the ninth inst, occuring about the same time of that of 1890, was very alarming, from the fact that the crop of that year was cut off fully but the weather being favorablo since, and nothing unforeseen happens, the crop will bo good per cent. 92. pected. ALL RYE. Mrs. Jennie Feathorsjon, of FrankThe average is small; the prospects fort, visited friends at Stedmanville good 70 per cent. last Saturday and Sunday. BARLEY. DISEASES! Rev. J. H. Burdin will preach at Has not been raised much for some Long Lick at and years. The crop looks well; not the usual hours. much raised 40 per cent. Consumption Cured. Services at tho Christian Church HEMP. "I believe It to bo one of the best medicines every 2d and 4th Sunday The physicians, The breaking is backward on ac- month. Keguiar preaching in each sold. had eoiisuinnllnri. two years ago. wild myr EXCELLENT Wife hnth limirg ,,fr.r.fl.,1 unfavorable weather. The count of have had to send hor outh for several springs to FLAVOR. night at tho usual kep and acreage tins year year win iau hours. alive, she has been taking Sarah Jane. lUdam's Microbe but sinceshe has been right at Killer off considerable, from tho fact that home attending to her business, and Is In better there is 'no money in the crop at n health than she has been In 20 years. S1iouva Be Unsurpassed for cutting. MagnlUcently very present prices. The yield was a fair "It. T. POOLE, Cedartown, On." I&ouse. average, the lint very good per Several Diseases Cured. g, m n. one-hal- f; V. W. Alexander, Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, mare, Lady Merna. Agent. Several scholars at the school have been on tho sick list tho past week. Mr. Sebra, who has been quite ill for Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, some time, gets no bettor and fears vjjojcto morn oatj3 oirs 'uojpirqo poq oqs usiuV. Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. are entertained that he will not recovoj 3anio ou,g 'ssjk onroooq oqs traqV vjiojsno er. Young ladles and gentlemen prepared for mercantile life " oqs uoqV vjjoisvo aoj psjjD oqs 'pi;qO corresWo see that our former IN vjiosoQ aaq oav3 Oav ojs svii SqrtQ. nonj& pondent gave us an entertaining letBusiness Correspondence, Shorthand, Business writing, ter last week. Book-keepinTypewriting, Commercial Law, Young Joe Gallihue, from Oxford, is hero visiting relatives. Grammar, Spelling, etc. Arithmetic, on Second For Rent Store-rooMr. Jack Ready has about comThe advance student school pleted hisdwelling and will soon move street, suitable for grocery, meat or Nightfinished.from September to June. Tho bickward pupils encouraged. for Incorporation, Diplomas awarded. Cutilogue In press. Application made notion store. Apply to W.O. Hern-doin. We have tho bnt home school of business In the State of Kentucky. Send In your name. Mr. Louis Lea was in Louisville the Aptll first of the week selling some of his It will pay any person that wants tobacco. furniture to buy from first hands. PRICE PER PACKET; A NOVELTY OF Wal- See Frankfort Furniture ManufacturThere is some talk of our Dr. lace leaving us and moving to the ing Company. STERLING 15 CENTdi city beautiful among the hills. We regret very much to hear of his leav rCHtTA Ut--2 MERIT. ing us. The Gaines brothors will not make their trip to Mt Sterling as they ex, 1 28-ly. 'II I 29-l- CTJKJKS .Fcto UttQ fringed. . to-da- y hi-- r BRIGHT CREAM COLOR. Round as a ball. Easy to raise. Price per pkt, 13c. cent. GO. MULES. f? This has been an interest of very great importance to our State, but the tho trado looks very blue at present The very groat depression of prices may be assignable to various causes, two of which are apparent. First, tho very low price of cotton and sugar. Second, it is estimated that electricity has taken tho place of one hundred thousand' mules, which were employed in street car lines in tho different towns and cities of the United States. The number of two-yeold mules being fed is 10,875. ar Have wintered remarkably well per cent. 102. BEEF CATTLE. DANIEL horse stock. Clay St., Sharps-burg- . Pa., says he will not bo without Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that it curod his wife who was threatened ivith Pneumonia after an attaok of "LuGrippo" when various other remedies and sovoral physicians had dono her no good. Robert Barber, of Cook-sporPa., claims Dr. King's New Discovery has done him moro good than anything he ever used for Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try it. Free Trial Bottles at P. H. Carpenter's Drug Store. Large oottles, 50c. and 1 00 5 371 t, J. B. Wilson, symtoms have entirely disappeared "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers"of your medicine. Having been usutlerer from weak lungs, bronchial infection and Indigestion, af'er taking Microbe Killer nil of tho above S5 "lours, etc.. THOS. L. DAVIS, "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, Given Free, ?,1n.re1',n,'tCSnf TICK'S BRILLIANT 3?OI:EY. VICK'S CHARMER 3PJEA. liSIl.IEO.A.IT IVEW ROSES.?,g if t0, "New Orleans, La." Astlinin mid Catarrh Cured. "I have been a sutT-re- r from nsthnin and catarrh, for more than two ynrs past, getting most of my sleep silting u In lied orreclh Ing In n chair, l ha e used on Jug of Rtdam's Microbe Killer, and f r tlio last three weeks have been slewing naturally, soundly and sweetly as n I attribute my relief to tho remedy, and child. heartily recommend It to any one sullerlng from ubthinatle or catarrhal trouble. Respectfully. EDWIN It. MOORE, In Bank of Adalrvllle, Ga." "Cashier receipt of Tlant V" dctired, with above, VICIC'S un VeKc ablt- - . alI.a .??re f?r p&n- - FI.ORAIi GUIDK 180S, contains eoveral Illustrations. Over 100 pages SxloU inchra. Instn. or nv- -r at) JVeiv Movefile.. Mailed m cents, which may bo deducted from flrtt order JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester. RY. Jan. H03riSQtUSTITY. 431 West Main BESTlSQCAinr. Street, Louisville, Ky. Died. At tlio residence of her husband in Fully as many fed as usual, and Bellepolnt. on Monday, March 28, 1802, Mrs. J. T. somewhat bettor quality; a large per Daniel. cent, will bo fat early. Tho number HERRING hi South Frankfort, on Tuesday, will bo March !). 18D2, Mrs Sallle K. Herring, wile of to slop at Jmt early per tho distilleries Snnford Herring, Esq. cent. 05. IIOQS. NKGOTIATES ONLY. "Icheerfullv testify that after taking Microbe nti rnvMissiON farm one und Killer for lllteeu days I am entirely cured, after U loans on townInvestment property on sale. to secur ties for and llvo years time. e. w. being sick two years with malarial a. Feb. during which time I contracted other diseases, dux. etc. I was aunded during this time by three of the best doctors of tho city without being bene"Wl. DOUERTY. fitted, "10 Celeste fct., New Orleans. La." 13-3- Fever mid Flux Cured. Broker in Stocks and tonds, Very little hog cholera is reported; tho price not so good as last year, but better in proportion than tho price of pork; there will bo fully as many, if not more, for market this spring than usual per cont. 104. There will bo a largo corn crop ALSTROJI At tho residence of her parents, Diseases by Removing tho Cause. No. 142 West Mother street Baltimore. Mil., on circular and tho Send 'i cents stamp for Sunday, March '27, 1K2, Annie E daughterof A. G. and Ida Alstrom, aged 1!) years and U uiohths. Microbe War, shows what disease Is and.what tho do, to cure It. Read It, remedy must be, and COLLINS In this city, on Wednesduy. March circulate It and you will tho discoverer for saving 1892, Mrs. Mary Kllen Collins, aged G5 yeais. your life. Address 80. Tho funeral took placo Thursday morning from RADAM'S MICHOUE KILLKIl, Nashville, Tenn., Tho deceused was iho J. W. GAYLE or LECOMPTE & GAYLE CO., tho Catholic Church. mother of Messrs. O E. and Mike Colllne, the sole agents for Franklin coui ty. Mr. ltadam's Jlierobo Killer Cures all WM. CROMWELL, ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W RJ3AZ, J3STATJB TILL PRACTICE IN hardware merchants. Jun, TIIE COURTS OI Franklin and the adjoining counliea, anc will alio (TIto ipctM attention to the purchMi and sale of real estate, collection of r nta, clalrnt and the lesotlMion of loons. lnn2W AGBNT. Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. VIMiUME FOR 20 YEARS SOLD EVERYWHERE. EI). 8T.L0C1S. 31 rrprJt7 MCIURDS0X.TAYI.0R CO,, 10-l- MsiMddikMmM bttLiun i .'i. msBRom ESEfaE iiikAM'.: '"' 'Rr'"'r!y. - 'np, "vi i j . "Vm ar'TA ; ) h .i4 KxasEara Leave Your Measure With Us for a SPRING SUIT. SUITS ! SPRING Fancy Worsteds, oo car: Great This Window. HAT DISPLAY Week. See Our 'B 1 EVERY MAN AND BOY MUST HAVE ONE. P. $1.50, When you hear our prices and learn that they are such values, you will understand how we get the reputation of being Leaders and Controllers of Low Prices. ! And when you stock, including latest effects, you they are simply ible. see our Olay Diagonals, A P3 pi all the Whip Cords, will say Ian Cheviots, irresist- 5.00, '.SO, Yachts, Cray Clays, Black Cheviots, Etc, CO CO 5.00, 20.00, 25.00 ftf f G-ran- d Ladies9 and Misses' Shoes! display. .All tiie latest etylea and sliapei siiO'W". See ouLr great "wlndor Main a Street, FRANKFORT. 4,nJ?JSSK-!13r.' ! NOT Wolfe. HI Hall's Throat, Leadlnc & STARK 'A Who 4-t- and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. T7 John S. Edwards, L.' tf hV Of Adams, N. Y., makes the following sworn statement: Kenyon & Thomas: This is to certify what I know your "wonderful medicine, Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, will do in cases Last winter my of pneumonia. mother, who is 75 years of ago, was sick unto death with pneumonia. Both lungs were badly involved. The attending physician said she must die. As a last resort we commenced using your Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, applying it freely and thoroughly to the chest, .keeping the lungs covered with hot flannels. She soon began to improve and in twelve hours the crisis was passed and she was out of danger and is alive and Chronicle. Your great remedy savwell ed her life. John S. Edwards. Sworn and subscribed before me, TNTm. H. H. Taylor, Notary Public. For sale at Carpenter's South Side 2 Drug Store. to-da- y. than those which surrounded Mr. The export did not leave his machine once during the eight hours, all his copy being selected and brought to him, and his matter being carried to the stone for him. Then, too, his type was nonpareil, leaded. On tho other hand, tho record of Mr. Wolfe was made with brevier typo, solid matter, the copy being taken as was "run out" by tho foreman. Added to this, he looked after the mechanism of his machine himself, tended to the metal pot, and was away from his machine two or three times. All these things being taken into consideration, Mr. Wolfe's feat is not very far behind the world's record. Rochester Democratic and FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. ::: has n National Reputation for the Treatment of Chronic and Nervous Diseases Treated over Ten 1 hous- and Patients in the State of Indiana. Last Year. Kentucky Midland Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND Balsam FRANKFORT, -- FOR THE LUNGS, family remedy for linn been a never-fallin-e "LA- CONSUMPTION, COLDS, COUGHS. GRIPPE," SORE THKUAT, 11UAKSJSMS53, PNEUMONIA, ClTARRII. INFLUENZA, ACUTE touting. AftlJ 1UUU.11 xnuiiuuii.io. WUOOPU G COUGH. CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN ull diseases of Only direct line between i& Frankfort, lisle, Georgetown ani Paris, Fal- Car- tfaysrille, Cynlhiana, mouth and Covington. the iSK FOR HU Chest and Lungs - TICKETS BY 7U KY MIDLA5B "CONSUMPTION, TRAINS CENTflflL STANDARD TIME. 1891. Good News. No other medicine in the world was ever given such a test of its curative qualities, as Otto's Cure. Thousands of bottles of this great German remedy are beingdistributed by "druggists this free op charge, alllicteu with inConcountry, to those sumption, Asthma, Group, Severe Coughs. Pneumonia and all throat and lung diseases, giving the people proof that Otto's Cure will cure them, and that is the grandest triumph of medical science. J? or sale by ChapSamples free. man & Williams. 28 Large bottles GOc. m Fast Machine Typesetting:. , V I ago. Tho export's record in eight hours was 40,000 ems, but it was made under more favorable circumstances of work was done in the Democrat and Chronicle composing-roolast Monday night which would make the eyes of an old "print" who still clings to the stick bulge out like a Bermuda onion. John W. Wolfe, ono of the operators on the linotype machines with which the Democrat was and Chronicle composing-rooequipped a few months ago, proved mmseit to oo very nimble-lingere- d by setting 44,000 'ems" of straight matter for Tuesday's paper. (This is equal to tho work of five average journeymen compositors.) This feat was performed" within seven and hours of composition, between 7 o'clock Monday night and 2:55 o'clock Tuesday morning. This is not only the biggest rooord that has been made thus far in this ofllce, but when all things are considered, it is equal to any record that lias ever boon made on a typesetting machine. Tho best record ever made waB that of an export in tho employ of tho Mergenthalor Company at Toledo, O., a few months A piece m m 25C, 50C.,$I.OO. Mr. Wm. H. Flowers, of Bowling, DR. WM. HALL CO., NEW YORK. Oct. men Ala., one of the largest saw-mi- ll in that State, has the following to say about tho Electropoise: "The three Electropoises I purchased in July from Birmingham, Ala., were used by Newport News I Mississippi Valley Co. my two daughters and myself. I am seventy-seveyears old and for more than half a century have suffered Washington, Philadelphia, with Chronic Bronchitis accompanied Now York, Baltimore, with a violent cough; of late years I have had asthma, severe pains in my Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re back, shoulders and knees, and inL. P. M. D. AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. deed I have been very much pros) IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 16, 1891. trated. After six months' use of the Electropoise I can report a decided The Celebrated Specialist, and President of the Limited Southern Medical and Surgical Institute, mitigation of all symptoms and a EAST BOUND Fust Express Accm. Dally Louisville, Ky.. Dally Mall who hus created such u sensation Dally. Daily, Ex Sun. ex Sun gain of ten pounds In weight. Both In and daughters, one suffering from Rheu- Lexington . Lvo 735am 000pm 1140am 6 iiOpiu battled around Louisville by curlnu diseases that the medlcul fraternity of that city, by uupni 6 45pm Winchester matism and the other Asthma, are Mt. Sterling " U2&m 712pm 1280pm 735pm special request of many patrons In und around " 8 54am l uopm our town, Mil visit Frankfort ut the much improved. Permit me to say, DAILY. in conclusion, I think tho best evi- Ashland. . " 12 10am 1007pm 840am Cattlettsburg " 122Spm 1023pm 6'j.un dence of my appreciation of the Huntington " 1260pm 1047pm 80am Capital Hotel, April 1st, 1892, Electropoise is by backing my judg- Washington " ua.ipni 2 10pm ment with money." This letter was Philadelphia " 1047am 660pm Until 3 o'clock p. m. One. day only. Treats all Curable Medical and written more than a year ago. Since New York Arr. 120pm 820pm Surgical Diseases, Cross Eyes stralghtenod withthis time Mr. Flower has bought two out Pain, Cancers cured without knife or Costlc, DAILY, more Electropoises, not that tho old WEST BOUND, Acute and Chronlo Catarrh. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, B right's ones are worn out, but lor other mem- Huntington Lve. COOam 1 35pm 645(111 Disease, Dlabetls .Kidneys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic bers of tho family. For particulars Cuttlettsbdrg " 626.U1I t pin 7 14pm Female and 8exu;il Diseases. to apply GS7am 205pm tzium Ashland EPILEPSY OR FITS CURED. PRICE . 24-fin W0 DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM contains no opium, morphine, noriuiy deleterious drug. It soothes and heals the Membrane of the Lungs, Inflamed and poisoned by disease, and prevents night sweats and tightness across the chest. It Is pleasant to the taste. Bo sure and usk for DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and tako no other. For sulo by Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. TIME TABLB NOV. 10. I V M 7. TRAINS E 1ST. Lv. No. P M AM No. 3. No. 1. 4.00 4.06 4.12 4.20 4.85 4,44 4.50 6.00 5 05 5.19 5.30 5.35 6.48 No. 4. 8.10 8.01 7.65 7.47 7.31 7.22 7.1G fl .00 D Lv. Summit Lv. Elkhorn Lv. Swltzer Lv. stamping Ground Lv. Duvull Lv. Johnson Lv. Georgetown . . . Lv C. V- - Depot Lv. Newtown Lv. Centrevllle Lv. Elizabeth Frankfort 11.40 10.50 12.05 12. kO .65 G.13 .... .... Ar. Paris 12.45 12.57 1.07 1.20 1.50 2.10 2.80 2.40 3.00 6.81 6 .23 6 9.8 (14 3 fi 2.1 7 2.0 7 9,5 7 9.7 6.41 :M 7.33 TRAINS WEST. Ar. Ar. No. 2. 11.40 11 32 11.26 11.20 11 07 11.00 10.55 10.47 10.45 10.20 0.10 10.05 9.60 Ar. Frankfort Walter. Ar. Swltzer Ar. Stamping Graund Ar. Duvall Ar. Johnson Ar. Georgetown . . . Ar. Newton . . Ar. Centervllle. Lv. Paris Ar. Ar. C S. Depot Summit Elkhorn 9.05 8.55 8.40 8.25 8.05 7.60 7.40 7.28 No. 12 , 7.07 7.05 6.49 fi.39 506pm 4.42 4.27 4 17 Elizabeth . . . 0.34 6.20 4.00 C. D. BEUCAW, The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest rdute to all points north, south und west. For further Information apply to their agents. E. B. WEITZKL, City Ticket Agont. Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. three-quarte- rs DuBols & Webb, Boom 10, Norton Block, Corner Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville, Ky. One Way to be Happy, Is at all times to attend the comforts of your family. Should any ono of thom catch a slight cold or cough, prepare yourself and call at onco on Chapman & Williams and get a trial bottle of Otto's Cure, the great Ger- ington. Ex Sun Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 27am 608pm 1 20pm C25am Winchester . " 11 15am 6 45pm ibopm 716am Lexington . Arr. 1205pm 620pm 245pm 805am Loulsvillo Arr. ozopni. B 60pm 740pm 1160am LIMITED VE3TIBULED TRAINS run dally In connection with Cneaupeuke & Ohio 'F. F. v.", to New York. runs dally and FAST MAIL TRAINS make local stops between Lexington and HuntHUNTINGTON ..." Solontlflo American Agency for and middle aged men suirerlng from Spermatorrhea und I m potency, as the result of e In youth or excess In mature years and other causes, producing some of the following effects, us emissions, blotches, debility, nervousness, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, which unlit the victim for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. Young self-abus- , A POSITIVE UUAIUNTKK. ilSEJE UMVBH I S. to prove that wo have a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption, and all diseases of the throat and lungs. Largo sizes 50c. 28 man Remedy, Free. We give it away MORKHEAD accommoda ' are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or Gonorrhoea, other Injurious drugs. Gleet, LEXINGTON & MOREUEAD & LEXINGTON Strlcturo nud aU Urlnury and Kidney Tiouulos dully MT. STERLING accommodations run are speedily cured by treatment that hus never fulled. He understakes no Incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to die. Remember the TUIIOUGH SLEKPiNG UArtS to mid Irom date and come early, as his rooms nro always aslilngton and New York without change. crowded wherever ho stops. CONSULTATION FREE. U W. Bahnkt, L. Bhown, 0. G. A.. Lexington, Ky. Correspondence solicited and confidential, Gen. Puss. Agent, Address THE SOUTHERN MED. & 8UUG. 1N8T., W.3. Hahiuson, 610 6th St., Louisville, Ky. G.A.. Ashland. Ky. Oct. 17-- . tlons run dally. :& BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. KTSynhllls and complications, us sore throat, ailing of hair, palnln tho bores, eruptions, etc., Mmtittt DCSIQN PATENT OOPYRIQHT8, to. for information and froo Handbook writ to m Broadway, nbw York. Sfu? Oldest bureau prBOcurlnff patents In America. Kyery patout taken out by us Is brought boforo tho publlo by a notlco given ireo of charge in tho i mttkm . lf rfUIL9n ifflS1 Splondldlr .f.an7 sdentlflo paper In tho 0.(,,,. Illustrated. No liitelllBent 1h,0,8Kl0 without t. Weekly, SU.Uit Sf"! year, 1U0 six months. Addroas MDNnA CO Vuuuanutfi, 801 Broadway. New York. ' ' a vi u -- I 1 MMUMutfiil