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Tlio American people are rapidly becoming a race of nervous wrecks, nnd the following suggests the beBt remedy: Alphonso Hempfling, of Butler, Pa., swoars that when his son was speechless from St. Vitus danoe Dr. Miles' groat Restorative Nervine cured him. Mrs. J. R. Miller, of Valparaiso, and J. D. Taylor, of Ind., each gained 20 pounds from taking it. Mrs. K. A. of Vistula, Ind., ws oured of 40 r 60 convulsions a day, anfl much headache, diuiness, baokaoKe and nervous prostration by one bottle. Trial bottles, and fine book of marveUue cures free at J. W. Qayle's, who recommends and guarantees this 3 remedy. rt, U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. tj, 1889, 'f'T. Qarr, jsz ready to market, have been "wiped from the face of the earth." I was told one man had lost sixty thousand dollars worth of stuff. Sugar-can- e growing is a success. The sugar mills they say are also a succoss. Poaches will be ready to ship by the 20th of April to thejlst of May. We were in an oronara or tnreo cnousanatrecs, an thrifty and loaded with fruit. I could write on and on but will close this up and will try and write you a description of the trip we are about to make. It is an entirely new country, we go through almost the whole of it, having just been opened up in the last few years, as I havo said, by tho cutting of canals from lake to lake into rivers emptying into the Gulf of . Baking Powder just C. F. BROWER & CO., S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. . '41 ABSOLUTELY PURE Tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, un-equat- Forks of Flkliorn. Bright, beautiful spring weathor. The indications all point to an abundant fruit yield. Rev. E. S. Alderman preached at Buck Run last Sunday night. Our section was well represented at County Court last Monday. The departure of winter in a bless-ingl- y high appreciated by all. Messrs. Olarenco Bonar and Nelson Alloy are at Indianapolis for a few days. Another wedding close at hand, if we may judge by the way the wind Oriental Bugs. have just received an immense line of Oriental Rugs The following celebrated makes: "Ghiordes," "Kirman," "Persian,"' "Teheran" and "Bahndoor," in Carpet Sizes. "We -- Letter Froni Florida. FLA., April 3, 1892. Rouudabout: Editor Since writing you from Orlando, I spent two weeks thore, then went to Lakeland, where I pent two weekB. Have been here four days, preparatory to taking a trip down to Fort Myers, by water, three hundred and fifty miles, through Lake Lehapikeli-ga- , OypresB Lake, Kissimmee river, Lake Okeohobee and Oalvosahatchie river. Then, from fort Meyers, by way of the Gulf of Mexico, one hundred land fifty miles, to Fort Tampa, which will take about two weeks or more, when I expect to start homo. On this trip I will be accompanied by Mrs. aaran i.euompie ana daughter, Miss Maggie, of our city, whose company I navo had the Measure of enjoying while at Lake-anand are with me here. They have been spending the winter mostly at Lakeland. How pleasant it is to meet friends when away from home, and how pleasant it is to form the KlBSIMMEE, d, fl ? Sterling. The Elkhorn Mills at this place, together with about 300 barrels of flour and a lot of corn, were destroyed by fire last Wednesday morning, HOE S, SPPQiG-- FORKS, April 6th, 1892. The fire was discovered about 3:30 o'olock but had obtained such hold on the structure as to preclude the possibility of extinguishing. The loss is very heavy, 'fei amounting probably to 20,000, with H? 10,000 insurance. Tho origin of the euros nervousness, headaeko, iorgec it. io effects of drbridJag, etc Ik fire is unknown, supposed however, to m After a long life seemingly I have 3 be incendiary, as no fire had been lived, I am thoroughly convinced ontains no- opiates. used about the premises for several only real happiness in this life is the dn'doing good. Doing good, being good Advertised Letters at days.order that all may be informed, arises from a good heart; a good hearts In Fraukfort, Ky. is made by eradicating selfish motives, we herewith present our Ohuch doing something for others, if it is directory: Buck Run, Baptist. only saying bo a good boy, be a good Below will bo found a list of advertised Preaching second and fourth Sunday ijirl looking the one you speak to in letters for the week onding April 9th, in each month at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. each day. the eye, your eye speaking as much 1892: Sunday-schoo- l or more than the words leaving at 10 o'clock every Montgomery, A. something in the minds of those Annett, Carl Prayer-meetin- g Sunday. every B. John spoken to that will never by for- Anderson, W. Thursday evening at 7:30. Business Bufflu, R. Madson, Mrs. gotten. meetings second Saturday m each Charlotte I did not intend to write in this Christopher, Miss Minex, George month at 11 o'clock a. m. Rev. F. Emma W. Eberhardt pastor. strain when I began, but these Dixon, Nelso Meadows, John we are having, and I am Christian Church Preaching first Miallton, J. S. having while here, have driven me Crutohfield, Mrs. Mahan, Mary and third Sundays in each month at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. each in this direction, and as I write Sarah McGruder, Tom thoughts crowd themsolves upon mo Bowman, John day. Sunday-schoo-l and romind me of the fact that we Edwards, Huston Roberts, Miss every Sunday at 10 Lena Prayer-meetin- g have partings and meetings all Foster, Ray o'clock. every Smith, Elio X2E3 through this life, and that wo have Henry, Foiland Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Slinger, Kirum A. Rev. Creighton pastor. Tiad partings and will have partings Haymes, A. M. Satton,.Peroy yet to come, and the meetings will Haned, J.N. Sakaii Jane. Stigers, Samuel not be in this life, but in the life to Hubbard, Joe Have Thomas, Miss- Hanks, Pat come. Sylvin How happy the thought, through Hickman, Dr. T. Tomes, Miss Li. .faith, of that meeting. I meet some 02ST TNrf A TTST SBJIOaEEilES'IV Nannie Holder, Wyall who say this faith is superstition. I Taylor, O. Y. sayif it is superstition lot it be so. I Ice, Mrs. Mary A. Warfford, J. R. happy in the thought, while those Johnson, James WilBon, Mary am W. who do not look for the meeting 7 A Whitles, William beyond are miserable in not meeting Knox, P. A. O. Thefore, I tell ones gone. the dear --JBaaeinei3 of tfe CfcpftmlHmfctft- them it is better for us, oven if there When calling for these lettors say adis no beyond. If the Bible is fiction, vertised. l&TbeyvtiXl fill tfctMpace it is the only guide we have and J. M. SiFFELIi, "we are better here for believing it, if short time. Postmaster. there is no beyond. But as you are religious paper, I not publishing a will drop these thoughts. Strength and Health. T M. BEATTY, G, A party of us yesterday drove out I Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agt., to Saint Oioud, to the sugar mills and If you ore not feeling strong and poach orchards and gardens. Several hoalthy, try Electrio Bittera. If DEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. THE- years sinco this section was ten feet "LaGrippo" has left you weak and IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, lander water, but by cutting canals weary, uso Electric Bittera. This Estill, Jackson, Powell, Clay and other counties. from lake to lake and lowering the remedy acts directly on Hvor, Sept. water from six to ten feet, has devel- Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding FAIR oped the richest land in the world. those organs to perform their funcThe soil or "muck," as they callthe with W. CHINN, JR, made earth, is from five to ton feet tions. If you ore afflictedspeedy Sick ) and Hoadacho, you will find The novelties displayed by deep and will prbduoo anything to ornament relief by taking Electrio perfection almost that is grown, 6 ittors. MTQ.nZVX'S' Ate &&TOV trial will convince you fruit of all kinds, vegetables, if they that this Onetho remedy you need. W. L. 60PPERSMITH, the Jowslor, 334 MAIN STREET, ia Will practice in all State Courts. Ok escape the frost, I havo never seen Largo bottles only 50o. at Phil. No. 34 St. Clair Street. fice the equal. But the poor gardener Carpenter's Drugstore. fl Mar. FMNKFORT. KY. Jan.SO-ly- . second floor. Custom House. this winter haB suffered terribly. acquaintance of pleasant, agreeable people. Ties are formed whioh last through life. I have made this trip alone, that is, none of my family are with me. At times I feel as though I cannot stand it any longer, and must j;o home, but then some pleasant face meets and greets me, ana encourages me to stay longer, but in a few days separation comes and sad feelings and borne sickness come to me again, when all of a sudden some farmiliar face is seen and kind words spoken and sad feelings for awhile is spoken disappear. When good-by- e the same old feelings again creep over me. But there is generally some word spoken at these partings that enables me to cheer up and remember the the time will not be long before "I will go home," to meet the dear ones left behind. Also it will not be long Tjefore "I will go home?' and meet the dear ones gone before. In shaking hands with a friend whose acquaintance I formed one year ago. and met again this winter, I said "good-bye- , God bless you," the reply came, "be good and you will be happy." This thought has been running in mv mind from that hour to thjB, and I will make it a point never -- blows. Mr. Jake Wiggington and family Mexico. But, few people coming to Florida have removed to Scott county. Sorry know much of it after being here. to part. They go from town to town and from The tobacco fever seems to hotel to hotel, and see but little of somewhat subsided in this have comthe country. I came for health and munity. country health alone, and- find the Rev. Mr. Creighton filled his apand rough fare, even camping out in pointments at the Christian Church the woods is tho best for mo. On reading my last letter I found last Sunday. you made me say, pumpkins, beans Messrs. R. 0. Church and J. and tomatoes all grew on tho same Bowen made a business trip H. to vine year after year, when I wrote, Chicago this week, or intended to write, that on Sanibal Considerable sickness among the Island each one or kind would produce year after year, without the children in our community during planting of seed every year, from the past two weeks. the same original vineof each kind. The opened, It is wonderful aB it is, but to have offering fishing season has sport for again excellent all on one and the same vine would those piscatorially inclined. be more so. The farmers are taking advantage Yours truly, John E. Miles. of the delightful weather and are progressing finely with their work. Swcfalect Deatbs. Regular services at Buck Run to- GENUINE DAGHESTANS, IN RUG AND HALL SIZES. THESE RUGS ARE GREAT BARGAINS ALL are cordially invited to examine THEM. C. F. BROWER & CO. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. Heart 'disease is by far tfao frequent caso of sudden deatfe, which in three out of ftmar cases wb ansuspected. The symptes axe aofc generally Bto'dsrstood. Tbeao are: O habit of lying 00 the. tight etdo, or distress in &i4e, short breath back or ahoiilder, irregular asthma, weak and hungry speHa, wind in stomach, swelling fof ankles or dropsy, oppression, dry ooagh oad mothering. Dr. Miles' fllastratod book on Heart Dltease free at J. W. Crayles, who sells and guaraateesDr. Kilos' onequalod Now Heart Core, and his Restorative Nervuto, watch iet hours, Rev. F. W. Eberhardt, pastor. Mrs. Sarah Gaines and Master Earl O. Burdin have returned home from an extended visit to friends at Mt. day and at the usual DoyouwaniifieDesi? pa pss urn b!o6-leaanes- - RAKES, SHOVELS and SPADES! The best minilty at same price as inferior goods are being sold. If so call upon M. zcnr P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant GKE2SrTS, sepa-Tatio- ns JACOB SWIGERT & CO. Removed From the Batzeli Building TQ J v. H101 fflD 102 H. -- Tr-- rr: -- MATTEKBT, J SEE Ptotin !' J. i rtftfriMHrii1 'tfMii rftiirf .Yi rtYnrttMir r'MfitilriMigi1 r" uA.4 nMCilto-O-arna- . '7G7"tg,o:LX& -- r:rcv SiiO-rariosJ- - We will begin selling at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we Avili sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. h SELLING OUT AT COST! IMEsbxroA 30tl b ,;;t .SSR OOLL GONE. Tlie Old Jail Gives Place AN OLD LANDMARK BR., m pi Opposite the Farmers Bank. .M ytf. Is X II' ft. Administrator Appointed, Bellepoint. Mr. John 0. Herndon, of LouisThe Midway Clipper of this week ville, spent Sunday with Mb sister in contains the following item in its he county. report of the Woodford County Miss Cora Blakemore, of thiB Court proceedings: Mrs. Lizzie Robb, widow of Geo. county, spent last week with friends W. Robb, declined to administer on in Louisville. the estate of her deceased husband, Miss Josie Cottreaux, who waB the and A. W. Macklin was appointed adguest of Mrs. Lucy Duvall, left last ministrator, bond with Steven Black and Lizzie Robb approved. Thomas week for Henderson. W. Scott, E. W. Ayers and 0. T. FreeMrs. Jas. W. Hughes returned man were appointed appraisers of Tuesday afternoon from a visit to the estate. relatives in Louisville. For a number of years I have been Miss Garnette McKay, who has subject to violent attacks of inflambeen visiting friends here, has re- matory rheumatism which generally lasted about two months. On the turned to her home in Bardstown. first of this month I was attacked in Misses Lucy Bush and Todd SafTell the knee and suffered severely for of have returned from a viBit to Mrs. two days, when I procured a bottle reG. Carlisle, in Whashington Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it John lieved me almost instantly. I thereCity. fore most cheerfully recommend it to P. U. Major will leave those who are simularlyj afllicted Judge every where. R. D. Whitley, Mar y for Burlington, to attend tindale, N. 0., February, 1888. Mr. circuit court, which meets on Whitley is a very prominent man in this place and his disease was very Monday. widely known as he suffered Misses Jen- severe pain. W. M. Houtson &such Mrs. Suydenham Scott, Co., nie and Eliza Kinkoad and Nettie Mc- Merchants. Martindale, N. C 50 cent Dowell, of Lexington, spent Friday bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. last with Mrs. S. D. Johnson. to-da- Tuesday, the 19th inst. The meeting was quite interesting, and after Miss Nellie Hagerty, of Lexington, appointing committees on reception was in the city last week. and invitation the Club adjourned Mrs. Jennie Skain, of Lexington, to meet again on Thursday evening next at the same place. spent Sunday in this city. Mrs. Z. T. Thomasson has been Chamberlain's Cougli quite ill for the past two weeks. Remedy. Miss Smith, of Woodford county, visited Mrs. John E. Miles last week. Mr. 0. F. Davis, Editor of The Miss Tommie Jouett has returned Bloomfield, Iowa, Farmer, says: "I can recommend Chamberlain's Cough from a visit to Miss Cowling, in Remedy to all sufferers with colds Louisville. and croup. I have used it in my Kendall has returned family for the past two years and Mrs. L. 0. have found it the best I ever used for home fromAlabama where she spent the purposes for which it is intended. '25 and 60 cent bottles for sale' by J. the winter. Mr. Will. T. Crutcher and wife, of W..GAYLE, Druggist. Louisville, are visiting relatives in 26-4t. to a Cliurcli. "v. il 30-l- at tlie 'I have found out a gift for my ElevatorHouse. Pump fair." Naturally it may be supposed it is a flower for her hair, a diamond for her finger, or a box of candy, but The Frankfort Water Company are it iB far better than these. It is a erecting a largo coal bin at the pump bottle of that famons Salvation Oil house 'on the Lawrencoburg pike, to cure her neuralgia, pretty dear. and will put in an elevator so that M. at Midway. P. coal can bo taken from a barge right at the house and dumped into the Mr. W. E. Cropper was on Wednes- bin, thus saving the trouble and exday appointed Postmaster at Midway pense of hauling from the city. to succeed Mrs. Alia S. Long, resigned. Happy Homes. marvelous cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Headache. With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of these complaints without extra enarge 37 Price 50c. Sold by J. W. Gayle A The building known as tho old jail which, for nearly a century past, stood upon Clinton street diagonally across from the north-eas- t corner of the Capital Square, has been torn away to give place to the new church edifice for which tho congregation of St. John's A. M. E. Church will break ground with appropriate ceremonies on Sunday next, the 17th inst. Tho new Church will be quite a handsome building, forty by seventy feet, and a parsonage will be erected by the side of it. The old building which gave place to it was erected when Frankfort was only a village, and has quite a history. Some noted criminals were confined in tho jail, which stood in the yard back of tho houBO torn away, among them Beauchamp, who killed Col. Solomon P. Sharp. It was there that Beauchamp's wife committed suicide just before her husband was hung, and Beauchamp himself tried to follow her example, using in the attempt to destroy hiB life a pair of scissors borrowed from Aunt Peggie Holman, who then lived in the two story brick a few doors east of the jail on Clinton street, for the ostensible purpose of trimming his hair. After a new jail was built in the and rear of the present Court-Hous- e that portion of tho old building used as a jail was torn away, the portion remaining was used as a boarding house and was occupied by Col. W. B. Gor-hafor many years, whose house waB a favorite stopping place with marketers who used to come here on Tuesday and Friday nights to dispose of their produce in the old market-hous- e the regular market days being Wednesday and Saturday. For tho past thirty years it has been used a? a tenement house. m V - i. 1 y "i '.flf R. K. McCLURE Xaias tlxe selected, stools: and. of BEST 7r2 Books, Stationery, Etc. In ZErstnlsfort.. IMIaJse a, IfcTote t of it- - Deafness Can't be Cured ' "' .!'. , '' ' ' SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. Dog: Killing:. in South Frankfort Thursday night very effectively, as five were found dead yesterday morning within a short distance of each other. The dog poisoner got in his work The promptness and certainty of its cures have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous. It is intended especially for coughs, and is the for most effectual remedy known botthese diseases. 25 and 50 cent .wMnli nil mnrlfiRf-- woman. esDCciallv tles for sale by J. W. Gaylo, Druggist. vmmir nnmnrrlflfl Indies, seriouslv ob . ject. From the first application you ini fool Him n. now woman. Price , 30-lm- Menstruation, Rupture at Childbirth or any complaint originating in diseases of tho reproductive organs; whether from contagious diseases, heredity, tight lacing, overwork, excesses or miscarriages. One lady writes us that after suffering for ten years with Loucorrhoa or Whites. that one application entirely cureu her, and furtnormoro, she suffers no more pain during the menstrual poriod. . It is a wonderful regulator. "HoscBuda" are a simple harmless prepation, but wonderful in effect. The patient can apply it herself. No doctors' examination necessary, to Thousands of sad and desolate homes have been made happy by use of "Hose JBude." which have proven an absolute cure for the following diseases and their distressing sympand toms, Ulceration, Congestion Falling of the Womb, Ovarian tumors, Dropsy of tho Womb, Suppressed Preparing: to Entertain. r. ft- - The Fish and Game Club mot Thursday evening in the Council Chamber for the purpose of making arrangements to entertain the members of the Kentucky Fish and Game Club, which will meet in this city on Co., 339 on St., Boston, Mads. $1.00 by mail, post-pai- d. Specific Washington TJnE Lev-eiiet- te By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constiiutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When tho tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless tho inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by King's Royal Germeteur. catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of she mucous surtho medicine of tho face. century, Its phenominal success as Wo will give One Hundred Dollars and favorite with tho people for any caso of deafness (causod by a seller acknowledged wonder of tho The beautiful designs of our new vo cannot cure by is the catarrh) that spring stock of children's taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for medicine world. Basedit upon tho Germ theory of Diseases, is unique, circulars, free. commodorn, and at once popular, F. J. OHEENEY & CO., mending itself as a necessary houseToledo, O. hold remedy. It advertises best by 6 BS-J- Sold by druggists, 75c. its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Are bound to please you, and the Club. Garfield Purifier. It is without doubt the PRICES were never most reliable germ destroyer in so LOW. The members of tho Garfield Club and to the extent that tho are requested to attend tho meeting correct, King's Royal theory is this evening at 7:30, at headquarters ermotour is tho remedy. It is no Rein the Sower building. Tho accident but is tho result of fifteen publican members of tho Legislature years study of medical genius. For and all visiting Republicans are also sale by Chapman & Williams. 10 Many new and pretty things, in invited. all the woods most fashion- O. A. Nelson, President, W. H. Van Winkle, Secretary. ble are daily being placed Damaged Goods. Sale y : l mm & son. CARRIAGES ex-istan- FURNITURE. on our floors. of My entire stook of dry goods, Everybody gets tho worth of their notions, laces and embroideries, slightly damaged by smoke, will be money at other point. Frankfort Furniture facturing Frankfort Furniture Manu- closed out at cost for cash. Ann Btroet, at Company, Manufacturing Company, opposite Church's old stand. Wm. O'Donnell. Capital Hotel, Ann street. Wo want to compare our goods and prices with goods shipped from any 29-l20-lm. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorfa? :E3. ZRogrexs Opp. Court-house. 3C Son.. May 2-- 25-t- f. 1 r.. emwagma 'srTVfjrmfrtfj , fa 3 4 vPQ MP HATS 0 3IeII M 1 SPRING NECKWEAR S;p:ri:n.s "W"oolexis En Imported I sun.d. - Domestic G-oo- ol 'VflMIJ ii Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. irv .,.- Would be pleased to have you look at them. HLJD3 ON, HU KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Woodford Fair. There is a movement on foot in Versailles to organize a Fair Company and give an exhibition at that place this fall. rMK IES &, CASSELL! Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy mil TJniform Rank Instituted. Oar-lisl- e. 88th Birthday. , Mrs. Margaret Holoman, "Aunt Peggie," will celebrate her eighty-eight- h birthday on Thursday nox t, The uniform rank of the Knights tho 14th inst., and will be glad to have of Pythias was instituted by Gen. her friends call upon her on that day -- SJX" TTT'zaiozjESuauXjE Ourrie, of Dayton, commander of the Darby's Prophylactic department, on Tuesday evening, Use it in every sick-rooWill You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-clas-s assisted by Ool. Wilkerson, of Lexstyle. Ypu can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow gi.50 ington, and Major Heiman, of keep the atmosphere pure and less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. The new organization was wholesomejremoving all bad odors christened Frankfort Division, No. from any source. 37, and starts out with a fine body of Will destroy all Disease Germs, SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. young men, who are very enthusias- infection from all Fevers and all tic, and promises to become onejof contagious diseases. the most prosperous secret organizaThe eminent physician, J.Mari- Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse, tions in the city. on Sims, of New York, says: "I The Knights were out Tuesday am convinced that Prof. Darby's S "STO-CHEJBTTO-CSTSafternoon and evening in their new ProphylacticFluid is a most valu-ablMarch f uniforms and presented a splendid disinfectant. " 21 appearance. The distinguished visiBucklcu'g Arnica Salve. tors were met at the trains as they ANNOUNCEMENT. For Kent My house in South Born. Frankort. seven rooms and kitchen. arrived and escorted to the castle The best salve in the world foi All in good repair. Possession given hall and in Odd Fellows Temple by a BROOKS Iii Cincinnati, on Sunday, April 2, Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt For Circuit Clerk. about March 20. 1892, Mr. Fred. T. Brooks and wire, nee Miss .guard of honor, and at the close Nellie Sanders, a son. 26-Guy Barrett. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, We are authorized to announce WALTER of the ceremony of institution, the Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns FRANKLIN as a candidate otlor Circuit Court the Democratic Clerk subject to the action new Division, tocether with their inand all Skin Eruptions, and posi- Part Died. cited guests, repaired to the Kenyon tively cures Piles, or no pay reWe are authorized to announce THOMAS B j TOBIN In this on Saturday, April ior Hotel, where an elegant banquet was Dennis Lawrence, city, ot Mayor Richard 2.1892, quired. It is guaranteed to give a unu as a canuiaaieto uircuu uierK 01 n nuiK-ll- n son Tobln, county, subject the Democratic primary apred. laid for aged nine years, with pneumonia. Plates were Jan. olecUon, March 19, 1892. SCOTT The funeral tool: place Sunday afternoon from perfect satisfaction, or money re AS EXECUTOR OF TllEnt LATE GEN. at., the Drown, I will offer public sale, one hundred guests, but only about the Church of the Good Shepherd funded. Price 25 cents per box. Court House door In the city of Frankfort, on , sixty sat down to the feast of good For Sheriff. Monday.iMay'.', 1892. the following persomlty, For sale by SouthSide drug store, Itcwlt: things which had been prepared by For Sale Piftoenacros of bottom 12 shares of stock In the'.Lane's Mill and Lilt! We are authorized to announce james jh. Benson Turnpike Company. P. H, Carpenter. Oapt. S. V. Pence, proprietor of the land, situated about two miles west as a candidate for Sheriff of WAKEFIELD 13 shares of stock ofFrankfort, ad the action ot the Lawrenceburg Turnpike In the Frankfort and Hotel. The table was one of the joining VV. L. on L. & N. Eailroad. the Sale of Damaged Goods. Franklin county, subject to 19, 1892. Companv. Democratic primary, Murcn Collins. Will sell 2 shares of Fanners Dank stock. Jan. handsomest ever spread in this city, wnoie or in lots at a bargain. For 1 share of stock In the Franklin. Anderson and We are authorized to announce JAS. G..BRAW- - Salvisa Fair Association. ana tne tempting vianas were pre- particulars call on My entire stock of dry goods, 1 share of stock In J. A. Goins, notions, laces and embroideries, NER as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin coun Turnpike Company. Farmdale and Bridgeport pared under the personal supervision ty, sublect to the action of the Democratic party R.BROWN, Millville, Ky. slightly damaged by smoke, will be at the primary election to be held March 19, 1892. April of Mrs. Pence and Vol. Footo, the old Executor of S. Brown, dee'd. Dec.ia-ie- . closed out at cost for cash. reliable caterer. Great Triumph. WM. O'DONNELL. We are authorized to announce R. D. ARM- STHONGas a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin At the opening of the feast Mr. county, subject to the action of the Democratic BBBa money to Lend. Instant relief experienced and a Oaswell Bennett, jr., welcomed the convention of Saturday, March 19th, 1892. permanent cure by the most speedy .gliosis in a neat speech, on behalf of We are authorized to announce A. G. JEFFERS world-Ot- to's greatest By tho Louisville Savings, Loan as a candidate for Sheriff ot Franklin county, the Division, and at its close toasts and cure remedy in the subject to the Democratic primary election. for throat and lung Co. want were given and responded to by Gen. aiseases. wny will you continue to and Building small Iloans on to make some large or real esOurrie, Major Heiman, Judge 0. E. irritate your throat and lungs with tate in this city. Those in need of hacking when Kincaid, Oapt. S. V. Ponce, John B. that terrible Williams coughfurnish money to build now houses will fursmviN CUREjp, Chapman & will Dryden, Lee A. Owens and others. you a free sample bottle of this great ther their interests by calling on me. Geo. L. Payne, Agent. The whole affair was a success and guaranteed remedy? Its success is FRANKLIN COURT OF CO MMON PLEAS simply wonderful, as your druggists Knights and . greatly enjoyed by the Warren Atnes, Adm'r. toll you. Otto's Equity. vs. their guests. Sir Knight W. S. Saf-fel-l, willevery town andcure is now sold Millinery and Notions. in village on this WARREN AYNE3, HEIRS Ac. J as Chairman of the Committee continent. Sample free. Largo botCLAIMS AGAINST Tho attention of the ladies is ALL PERSONSof HAVING Ayues, estate Warren 29 on Invitations and Sir Knight M. It. tles 60c. Tho Most Successful Remedy ever dlscor called to the fact that I have just hereby notified to produce the samedeceased,onare to me, or Todd, of Committee on Banquet, opened a millinery and notion store before the first day of May, 1892, proreu as re- erod, aa It Is certain in Its effects and docs not WM. CROMWELL. blister. Read proof below : looked after the comfort of tho at 332 Second street, where I will quired by law. Master Commissioner F. C. 0. P. Loop constantly on hand a full stock April (Mt guests and saw that all enjoyed the of goods in my line. Will also make Kendall's Spavin Cure. overling. dresses in the latest styles and with Moore's Poultry Remedy. Tho Division at present numbers dispatch. Sherwood, Md., May 2, "SO. Da. D. J. Kedall Co.: twenty-eigh- t Knights, but it is fair to Mrs. Josie Stephens. Gents About three ycar ogo I wrote to you t. about o horso I owned who had a Spavin. I used predict that their ranks will bo largely six bottles ol your Kendall's Spavin Cure, ana It mads a complete Cure. 1 have recommended It to Increased, and should they deterBuggies, carriages and harness re- ethers who havo used It with Ifko success. Hub. Ahnie E. KnuuMoic. mine to go to tho National meeting THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY gaired by the Kentucky and Harness TSmarket. Postively prevents and curesON THE X ompany. in Kansas City, there will be no finer looking or better drilled Division in The Frankfort Furniture ManufacGAPES. Kendall's Spavin Cure. turing Company will havo special CHOLERA AND lino than Frankfort No. 37. sale days for furniture, Monday, Limdks, Warren Ca.Va., June 23,1889. March 28th, and each succeeding day, More then pays for Its use In tho extra produc- Dn.B. J. Kendall Co.: that I onee For years the editor of tho BurlingDear Sirs I must say tried a bottl Ann street, opposito Capital Hotion ot ton Junction (Mo.,) Post has been subuiiuutneuuiiiB opavin uuro on a colt, and It entirely removed a bono Bpnvlu and tel. ject to cramp colic or fits of indigesI did not use an tho bottle in removing it. Tho horse is six or seven years old, sound, andha tion, which prostrated him for severdono hard work all of the time. PRICES TALK! . Violin For Sale I havo a fine JJespcctf ully yours, E, Kwostom Siijibubt. al hours and unfitted him for business for two or throe days. For the Ramblers, for ladles or gonts . . . .$180 to $150 violin of German make which I will Get atrial box. sell cheap. tho past year ho has been using Phoenix, for gents 186 to 150 Louis Harris. 135 to 150 Chamberlain's Oolio, Oholera and Warwlcks, for gents BUGGIES, HAENESS AND PAUM IMPLEMENTS prices. e. rt V DE3Z-Au"V- EI T IF.A.iaSHrE: 26-t- tt Public Sale. - 5-- iy e. t. 25-t- f. i a 14-t- Notice. 29-l- BICYCLES tlllS'TpimlP W'l AW 30-2- - 15-t- f. tnree-year-ol- a 29-l- JE - 25-t- f. gents 80 to 90 Diarrhoea Remedy whenovor occasion Improved Crescent, for young men . GO Improved Rob Roy, 75 Tequired, and it has invariably given Improved Speed, for for and men . .. 40 to 70 boys to CO to 90 him prompt relief. 25 and 50 cent Dixie, for ludles and gents GO or youths bottles for sale by J. W. Qaylo, Drug- Gendron, for misses from 8 to 14 . . . 40 to 25 Perfection, for boys 30-- 1 m. gist. Also some wheels, ranging In price .... Notice. Orro LAko's Adm'r., FOR BY Kendall's Spavin Cure. CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, shop-wor- n take it to the Kentucky Buggy ana 16-t- f. buggy, carriage or and see us. set of harness which needs repairing from $25 to $95. If you have a Sundries for everybody. Call CRUTCHER & ROBERTS St. Clair street, Harness Company on east Broadway. All work promptly executed. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Ronndabout office, 217 AGENTS FOR PBINOB WELLS, of Louisville. FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION ) Equity. vs. ) Lizzie Knoh &c. Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST ALL estate ot Otto Lang, deceased, are hereAND SUNDRIES. by notified to produce the same before me, on or before the llrst day ot May. 1892, proven as reFinest SOB A WATER in Frutfort. WM. CROMWELL, quired by law. Master Commissioner F. C. C. P. April April Mt. Colombia, Alx, July 21, 1889. Da. D. J. Kkxdaix Co. : Gents I havo effectually removed one caso of bono apavlnwlth your Kendall's Spavin Cure. I cheerfully recommend it to all. Respectfully, R, c. KwanT, Price It per bottle, or six bottles for $5. Alldrug. gists havo It or can get It for you, or It will bo sent to any address on reoolpt of prlco by the proprlo-toDR. B. n. J. KENDALL CO., Enoaburgh Aug.Wy, Falls, Vermont V? . rQWW'TWJFMHFQHfQm ' 4 milk Bpillod. A FllAlNKFOftT ROUNDABOUT, 'broken at tho fountain," but thisono Katered pitcher may bo as at tho poat-offlc- o second-clas- s mailable at Frankfort, natter. Kentucky, could make several trips without oven having a pioco chipped out of THE YOUNCi ORATORS. Tlie Medal Won by Martin it Hardin. te tSJEMliNMKsniSiiS3SHs3sKy'v'iiVS3siJSfci SEO. A. LEWIS.. Editor an Publisher. New Daily Paper. Mr. John B. Drydon will nesday chango tho Sunday daily and issuo it as an paper, under tho name of Call. on WedCall to a FRANKFORT, APR. 9, 1802. The Devouring Element. afternoon tho Daily 1 m r,s, Tho members of tho Fish and WILDERNESS CONGame Club are hereby notified that SUMED. they will bo prosecuted if they attempt to dynamite tho ponds on City. Second street. Fishing and bathing Two Fires in in tho same is positively forbidden, as About throe o'clock Wednesday those privileges are reserved for tho morning Are broke out in the large Councilmen. three-stor- y frame building known as the Elkhorn Mills at tho Forks of Arm Broken. ELKHORN MILLS AND ST. JOHN'S IN THE Warning. the sflD I . u 5- - b. H Hardin, of Frankfort, tho last, and Elkhorn, and the entire structure, had with all its contents machinery, Littlo Edmund H. Taylor, jr., son Mr. for his subjoct "What Next." Dudley, President grain, &c was completely destroyed. of Mr. J. Swigert Taylor, fell down town College, offered of tho Georgetho stairs at "Thistleton," the resi- the speakers delivered a prayer, and It was one of the best equipped Feb. their oratioi s, milling establishments in tho coun- dence of hiB grandfather, Hon. E. H. Mr. Irvine's was the shortest but had try, being supplied with water and Taylor, jr., on Friday, and broke his been well prepared, and was well re- delivered. Mr. Aulick, the second dteain power, and had only recently left forearm. Tho fracture was speaker, had a well written speech, duced by Dr. J. L. Price and the so boon fitted with all the latest roller well delivered that some of the little fellow is doing nicely. friends of Mr. Hardin, who had process machinery. thought that he would be the winner, Tho mill was established in 1846 by began to anticipate Pure and Wholesome were dispelled soon foars, but they the late A. W. Macklin, who operated Quality after Mr. Hardin it during his life and built up a largo commenced his oration. His voice and lucrative trade, and at his death Commends to public approval the and gestures captivated the audionco Sale it passed into the hands of his son, California liquid laxative remedy, which he carried with him throughout the entire delivery of his beautithe late Bononi Macklin, who also Syrup of Figs. It is pleasant to the ful oration. The judges to award continued to run it during his life, taste and by acting gently on the the medal, Judge A. E.Richards, of but since his death it has been leased kidneys, livor and bowels to cleanse Louisville, Rev. Geo. Darsie, of FrankHon. W. O. Owens, of fig different parties, who have ope- the system effectually, it promotes fort, and Georgetown, after the conclusion of rated, it with indifferent success. tho health and comfort of all who the speeches retired and made their About a yoar ago Mr. R. A. Baker, of use it, and with millions it is tho best decision. Judge Richards announced t. that it was no easy task to make a Nelson county, took charge of it, put and only remedy. decision but they had ngreed to in a complete new outfit of machinaward the medal to Mr. Hardin. The Norval ill. decision seemed satisfactory to most ery ftfid. was building up a good of the audience, and was received CALL trade. SEE Col. R. P. Pepper came near losing with a loud burst of applause by Tho mill was the property of Mrs. his fine stallion Norval Wednesday Centre College. Some of thorn imThomas Hinde, of Chicago, daughter night, from a severe attack of colic. mediately rushed to the stage, lifted of the late Bononi Macklin, and Dr. W. M. Springle worked with him Mr. Hardin on their shoulders and the After tho valued at $15,000. There was $ 10,000 from 9 o'clock at night until about 5 carried him to over hotel. judges and contest was tho upon-- the mill and 2,000 insurance o'clock Thursday morning before he speakers were entertained by the upon the stock of grain. of the succeeded in relieving him. Col. ladies supper Baptist Church, who room About 9 o'clock Tuesday night the Pepper paid $15,000 for Norval sever- had a House.in aThere opposite tho wero several Court Church building and residence, al years ago and his death at this seats sold which were not occupied. known as St. John's in the Wilder- time would mean a loss of a great Those who purchased them expected to make a big profit, (Xf&mA sssk ness, about four miles from this city many more thousands to Col. Pepper. buyers at the advancedfailed to find price asked. m i on the St. John's and Jacksonville Primary the 23d. pike, was destroyed by fire. The Died in St. Paul. Church was established by tho late At a meeting of the Democratic The St. Peter Olaver Church and Rev. John N. Norton, D. D., aB an Episcopal Mission, upon land donated County Committee, held in this city sodality and a large circle of friends by Messrs. J. S. & L. E. Harvie for on Monday, a primary election was were called upon yesterday to mourn tho purpose. Some fifteen years ago ordered to be held on Saturday, the departure to his everlasting home of Mr. Richard Higdon, whose the mission was abolished and the April 23d. for the purpose of nomi- death occured Friday. Tho funeral OKTE land reverted to Messrs. Harvie, nating candidates for the offices of services were held by Rev. Heffron, Both the method and results when whose property it still is. There was Clerk of the Circuit Court, Consta- assisted by Rev. Casey, at St. Peter conOlaver it is pleasant no insurance upon tho buildings bles and Sheriff. There are two can- course Church yesterday, a large the Syrup of Figs is taken;taste, and acts of friends attesting to and refreshing to the destroyed, which were valued at didates in the field for Clerk and four esteem in which the deceased was fently yet promptly ou the Kidneys, about five hundred dollars. for Sheriff and there will bo a lively held. Mr. Higdon was thirty-twand Bowels, cleanses the sysyears old, and came to St. Paul from The alarm of fire from box 24, canvass. Kentucky ten years ago. He was tem effectually, dispels colds, headabout noon Sunday, was occasioned esteemed and honored by all who aches and fevers and cures habitual Court Day. knew him, and his loss will be long constipation. Syrup of Figs is the by a small blaze in the roof of Mr. felt in St. Peter Olaver sodality, in only remedy of its kind ever proDan. Kennedy's residence on Holmes There was a good crowd in town which he was an earnest worker. duced, pleasing to the taste and acstreet. The damage was small, and St. Monday notwithstanding the weather 28. Paul, Minn., Pioneer Press, Mar, ceptable to the stomach, prompt in no water was thrown by the departwas fine for farm work. The candiThe deceased was a nephew of its action and truly beneficial in its ment. dates for Sheriff wero getting around Richard Higdon, of this city, and effects, prepared only from the most Monday night, about nine o'clock, lively shaking hands with the voters, healthy and agreeable substances, its fire broke out in the large stable be- the street venders did a brisk busi- worked herewith his uncle for several many excellent qualities commend it longing to Mr. George Thomson, ness, and several auctioneers were years, and left this city to locate in to all and have made it the most on Third street, and in one minute busy "crying off stock, buggies, &c. St. Paul some twelve years ago. His popular remedy known. from the time the fire was discovered Diamond Bentley, auctioneer, re- cousin, Charles Higdon, of this city, Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c the whole building was in a bright ports the following sales made by was with him during his last illness. and $1 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists. blaze. Owing to the fact that the him: 11 horses, $27 to $105; 4 mules, To Wed at Warsaw. not have it on hand will promay key to alarm box No. 14, which is $25 to $75; 7 calves, $9.54 per hundred; located only a half a block away 3 calves, $10 per hundred; 12 head The Warsaw Independent of last cure it promptly for any one "who wishes to try it. Do not accept any from the scene of the fire, could not $17.10 per head; 4 milch week following substitute. contains tho was not given cows from $15 to $30. be found, the alarm announcoment of the engagement of CALIFORNIA FID SYRUP CO. promptly. Mr. John D. Griffin, who n a and popular gentleman CAL, was on St. Clair street and saw the Don't Fear Fire Now. of this city and a young lady of that ' LOUISVILLE,SAN FRANCISCO.NEW YORK, N.Y. KY, light, ran to box 31, at the Custom place: t House corner, and turned in an Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co. have 0BA1N inyjL The engagement of Will. Anderson alarm. The department was out provided their distilleries, ware- Gaines, of Frankfort, and Miss promptly and made a good run, but house, cooper shop, &c, with auto- Lillian Griffin, one of our charming the stablo was too far gone when they matic sprinklers, which are almost young ladies, comes to the society sources. editor from arrived for the fire boys to do more certain to extinguish any fire which Tho nuptials, authoritative will take it is said, than save the adjoining property, may occur in either building. Three in June. Mr. Gaines is of tho yvffjBF MMSSJBPSfePBiSBB'BlSSBBPSSBB'BBBBMSH which they easily accomplished. largo water pipes are run through Elace families of Franklin county, Tho stable of Mr. Z, T. Thomasson, each story of a building, near the possessed of many social and individual qualities calculated to win tho C. West's Nerve Brain Treatacross tho alley, was also damaged ceiling, which have sprinklers at- elegant young lady who has plighted Dr. E. guaranteed specific and Hysteria, Dizzifor ment, a to'i'tho amount of $150 and the rear tached every ten feet. These troth with him. MiBS Griffin is a ness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. Headache, Nervoun Prostration caused by the of Mrs. Nick Kane's house, near by, sprinklers are covered by caps which young lady of rare intelligence, of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental use Dehandsome, polished, and one that pression, Softening of the Brain resulting in inwas badly scorched. are secured in place by soft solder. sanity and leading to misery, decay und death, would make The stable was rented by W. H As soon as a flame touches ono of helpmeots. a good man the best of Premature Old Age, Barreness, Loss of Power sex, Involuntary Losses and SpermaBlankenship, tho grocer at tho cor those caps the solder is molted and tho Anderson's host of friends congrat- In either caused by overexertion of the brain, torrhoea or contains ner of Third and Logan streets, who water in the pipes turned loose, and ulate him on his good fortune in se one month's treatment. $1.00Vach box six boxes a box, or for $5.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. lost a horso and a lot of provender it is wonderful how much water the curing so valuable a prize. " little contrivances can throw. A test which were in it at the tho time. WE GUARANTEE 8IX BOXES. Mr. Thomson's loss is about $800, was made of them when thoy were Charley SchaefFer ' Dead. To euro any case. With each orderrecelved by us first put in, by piling shavings from with only $400 insurance. for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will n send the purchaser our written guarantee to reThe fire is supposed to bo tho work the cooper shop on the floor of tho Prof. Charles SchaefFer, the not treatment fund the music teacher, who was for a cure. money if theIssued only does THE effect engine room at tho Hermitage Disof an incendiary. bj Guarantees GAYLE CO., and J. W. UAYLK, tillery, and saturating thorn with several years a resident of this city, Frankfort,&Ky. died at Mt. Sterling last week, aged coal oil. They wero sot flro to and It Didn't Break. as soon as tho flames reached the 00 years. W. Gaylo placed a pitcher of coiling tho sprinklers let go, the Mr. J. milk, for tho use of his baby during flames were extinguished in about Clieap Rates to Chicago. We will pay the above reward for any case of the night, on tho Bill of the window ono minute and an inch or two of Tho Kentucky Midland ie selling Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Ueada:bo, Inroom, which is in tho second water was on the floor. It is safe to of his Constipation, or tickets from Frankfort to Ohicago, digestion, west's vegeiame Costlveness we cannot uver mis, wnen mo euro wiin story, Friday night, and during tho say that a disastrous conflagration via Cincinnati, at $8. directions are strictly compiled with. They are rnirelv Vegetable, and never fall to clve satlsfac- storm of that night tho pitcher was will hardly occur on the promises of C. D. Bercaw, lon. Sugar Couted, Large boxes, containing DO G. P. & P. A. blown out of the window and fell the Hermitage or Old Crow Dis1111s, 25 cents. Beware of counterfeits nndlml- ily by tauoi upon a brick pavement below. Tho tilleries so long as tho automatic THE JOHN 0. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, was not broken nor was the sprinklers are in good working trim. I Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria; ILL. For sale by all druggist. pitcher 13-l- At tho Oratorical Contest, hold at Georgetown on Friday evening of last week, the gold modal was awarded to Mr. Martin D. Hardin, son of Gen. P. W. Hardin, of this city. The following notice of the contest is taken from the Georgetown Enterprise: Tho Fifth Oratori cal Contest was hold in Georgetown on Friday night. Evory train which arrived in Georgetown during tho day brought persons anxious to hoar the speaking, and before noon tho town was thronged with visitors. There wero three colleges represented, Central Univerity, Georgetown and Centre Colleges. A. Lisle Irvine, of Lebanon, ronresented the first, his subject being 'Tho Age of Revolution." H. P. Aulick, of Falmouth, tho second, and his subject was "Usefulness of Failure." Martin D. Inter-CollegiaInter-Collegiate fta i for Infants and Children Ut Colic, OoTuttpatioo, CastorU Bour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, fires sleep, and promotes Wl thoutinjuri ous medication. M For Bereral yearn I haro recommended your ' Castorla, ' and shall always continue to so as It has invariably produced beneficial do results." Edwin F. Pardkh, M. D., "The Wtathrop," 125th Street and 7th Arts., New York City. " Cast orla U m well adapted to children I rccommand It m superior to Jy prescription n. A. Archxk, H. D., known to me." Ill So. Oxford 8C, Brooklyn, N. T. cm df MThe uss of 'Castor!' is so universal sad its merits bo well known it teems a work of supererogation to endorse It. Few are tho families who do not keep Castorla Intelligent within easy reaeh." Carlos Vjlkttk, D.D., New York City. Bloomlngdale Reformed Church. Late Pastor tht Tim Oxmtau CexrAHT, 77 MunnAT Sthmt, Nrw York. . && m Hi FMhit Furniture inufacturii Co. Have opened Rooms on" Ann Street, near Christian Church. 30-4- IP HP GET PRICES, upffici s FOR SALE. A SMALL in operation, A rare bargain Jan.23-tf- . SOUR-MAS-H Apply to DISTILLERY, NOW for sale cheat). Onlr S4.noo. M.T. MITCHELL, Frankfort, Ky. $100 REWARD. nnnERE was stolen" February four hundred and eighteen' dollars In money and a fine gold open case watch una chain. I will pay the above reward for the arrest and conviction of the thief. 1, 1 on the streets of Frankfort; ,on Monday, 1892, from my pockets Feb.B-tf- . A. J. 8UOWALTER. ENJOY RoVt. S. Pranklia Es, 3iJ-,s7-3r:E!:- o u-i- y. Frankfort, Ky. ORCHARD, 1872, LAWN, 1892. GARDEN. tal trees, small fruits, shrubs, vines and plants. . XjO-W- TMMENSE STOCK CFFnUIT AND ORNAMEN-- 1 FKICES Wo have no agents and our profits cease1 where-their- s begin. Genenil and strawberry catalogues on application to If. F. niLLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Feb. 20-3- m well-know- 1 fl miles VJ5-- si l!l!iiuiJLiWssrll,i)illi'i SBSBBBBBBNjffiBlJlKV w Orleans, llWlrllt; to THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Georgetown self-abu- se Time, 25 Hours. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. h ' Tho shortest and quickest. Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala The Short line" Time, 2to Hours. be- well-know- Time. 26 Hours. Solid Vestlbulcd Trains. tween Cincinnati and $500 Reward! Direct Connections Shrev port for Texas, Moxlco and California. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Rallwai vlaGeorgetowiiBitS a.m. .arrlveCInclnnatl 10:25 a. m. Quicker tuim any other line. All trains urrlv at depart from CentrulUnloo Dopot.Cinclnnutt. E. T. CllARLETON, T. A., Chattanooeao D. P-D, i. EDWARDS, D. MILLER, & , CltATTANOOOA.TENN., ATLANTA, BlllHINUHAM, AI.A.. Lkxinoton, Kr., Knoxvillk, Tknn., Abhkville, N. C G., " " 16 " at New Orleansand " " " 12 17 11 15 " yorilates.Maps,ixo..aaare8B Traf. Mng. Cincinnati, O, 16-ij- r, 'i P. & A. T ws J" Ena ifvpawnjtwf'n w7"mtTz We begin the new year with a more complete line of goods than SOi vTWvW'wV r wh. vjvwjf- - w pp 5 ' I ever beiore. Buggies, Phaetons, Surrys and; Road Carts in many styles. nw m z ww In all sizes. -- FOR 892 ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. A full line of HAND-MADE HARNESS, All prices- - WAGON HARNESS, PLOW GEAR, and variety of SADDLES. Messts. Mas fin Bros.: J. - Of every description and repairs for same. Cultivators, Ac. Harrows, Seed Sowers, Corn 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 Very respectfully, it. W. J. & W. 11. LEWIS, A.W.MACKLIN, WM. JONES, J. C. & R. W. NOEL. SIDNEY BEDFORD, BOWEN & HOLTON, JOHN GODDARD. ED WILEY, Planters, J What we advertise you will find we keep. it to your interest to call and see us. "fmm dk, FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT And we are surefthat we can make p V 44 W (I.1 lit. out the provision of the above resolution: W. L. Jett, Geo. L. Payne, s of J. H. Bailey, Hugh Rodman, and R. A public meeting of the city and county was held at the K. McOlure. Mb. J. I. Case, (Hickory Grove Farm, homo s FRANKFORT, APR. 9, 1892. Racine, Wls.,fcays: "Altcrtrylog of Judge Jett also offered tho followCourt House on Monday for tho purv."'cry known remedy, I removed n larco littnch .5 or two years standing, from a year eld lilly, pose of requesting our Senators and ing: with three applications of Resolved, That the chairman apRepresentatives in Congress to seTIME TABLE. bill appropriat- point a committee of five who will cure the passage of a propositions of what any persou The following time table i3 now ' ing a sum sufficient to indemnify the takepersons will give to one or more fc N. rond: or ofloot apon the L. Itlsihobcst preparation! havcovorusedorhcr.rd Z city and county for tho tearing away bridges, at any site proposed, and that 1 heartily recommend It to all Horsemen." 'J TBAINB WEST. Clair street bridge, which said committee take said proposition of tho St. & r We have hundreds of such testimonials. report to an adjourn- h'fMnVt? 5:G0 a. m No.231oavosFrankfort has been ordered changed or elevated, in writing and this organization. 9:40 a. m ed meeting of No. 17 leaves Frankfort GV Price. 81.50 per bottle. Ask your druggist for It. Iflio EOESElSi!! so as not to BJjUi'df.mi does not keep It, send us SJc. stamps or silver, for trial box. 8:00 p. m by the Secretary of War, No. 21 leaves Frankfort Which "V. li. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. navigation on the Kentucky appointedwas adopted, and the chair n3EyJMTRADE MARK. 7:88 p.m. obstruot No 19 leaves Frankfort the following committee WCjc 'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti river. under the resolution: Alex. Julian, TBAINB EAST. County Judge Bon. G. Williams Geo. A. Lewis, P. U. Major, Wm. No. 18 Leaves Frankfort .... 10:10 a. m. called tho meeting to order and McEwan, and G. T. Church. 4:35 p.m. No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... 7.48 p. jn. stated the object for which it had The committee on resolutions 9:16 p.m. been called. No. 22 leaves Frankfort made the following report: Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange Upon motion of 'Squire J. Bohan-nan- , WnEREAS, Tho Secretary of War for Cincinnati. Nos. 23 and 21 conneot Judge Williams was made haB given notice to the county of at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Brauoh. Vt. W. Alexandeb, chairman and Geo. A. Lewis was ap- Franklin and cityonof Frankfort to St. Clair street, remove the bridee Agent. pointed Secretary. crossing the Kentucky river in On motion of 'Squire Bohannan the Frankfort Kentucky, on the ground following committee on resolutions that it is an obstruction to the naviCapt. Pink Varble Dead. was appointed: Pat. McDonald, gation of said river; and, whereas, said bridge was purchased and made AND DEALER IN Capt. PInkney Varble, the noted Wash. T. Orutcher, R. K. McOlure free to the traveling public by the com- present owners; and, whereas, the Ohio Falls pilot, died at his home in and Hugh Rodman. After the Gas an mittee had retired to prepare their citizens of this city and county beLouisville last Saturday. He was lieve the Federal Government should the uncle of Mrs. H. G. Mattern, of this report, Mr. L. F. Johnson read was appropriate a sufficient sum of money PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO which following memorial, to pay the city and county for the JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. AIiL WORK city. adopted and every person in the value of the present structure; thereGUARANTEED. Steady, house was requested to sign the fore FEANKPORT, KENTUCKY, Is Your Nerve .Resolved, That it is the sense of Opposite State House, same. this meeting of citizens and of the city and county, that our The Frankfort Bridge Company Thorough, Practical Instruction. Or do you tremble and feel that you B BH an in positions. breaking; that your nervous sys- was incorporated under in act of the Senators and Representatives honare IH Rw 11 1 1 1 1 Iff H 1 ! Iffi W B sB kfl Graduates assisted to Write to H year Congress be requested to use all the SST Catalogue free. tem is giving way. If you have a Kentucky Legislature a toll bridge UUl " orable means to secure aid from the weak, nervous system the very best 1810, and under Baid act BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY. was erected in the city of Frankfort Federal Government to reconstruct thing you can do is to begin y 1880, at this bridge, and that a memorial be using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. and operated until the year enterIt is the finest Nerve Tonic known which time an agreement was Frank- signed and transmitted to our Conof and will restore you to health and ed into between tho city Company to gressmen urging this request. Pat. McDonald, sam- fort and the said Bridge vigor. Don't delay. Get a free free, and under Huan Rodman, at Carpenter's South Side make said bridge franchises, rights, ple y saidlagreement the Wash. T. Ciiutcher, 3 Drug Store. DIXIE'S FAVORITE. FOR THE WOODS Of THE SOUTfl it HS HO EQUJL R. K. McOlure, stock, &c, were purchased by said time the bridge Committee. Tha patent by which this Saw Is protected constats ot a depression of tho face of tho city, and since that New Superintendent. cutting teeth through the center from point to base, thus removing all friction whllo Mr. W. M. Franklin offered the has been free to all the traveling tho duraIn use, giving strength and stiffness to the teeth and increasing three-folpublic. The State of Kentucky con- following as a substitute for the Hathaway, of Colorado trolled tho Kentucky river after said bility of tho "set." WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD to produce a Samr Mr. E. 0. committee5 resolution offered by tho equaling the ATKINS FAST CUTTING DEXTEtt. Springs, Col., the new Superintend- bridge was purchased by the city and Resolved, That it is the sense of made free, and the transfer of the ent of the Capital Gas and Electric authority of the State to the United this meeting of citizons and Light Company, who has been elect- States Government of the river, of the city of Frankfort and Ac, was county of Franklin, that our Senaed to fill the vacancy occasioned by locks, dams, ''ntiiampnTFKviTOTirft fi7wjiMWwiiWilmwiis',""T"" was purchased and Representatives in Congress the resignation of Mr. Sam. J. Sheai made after Baid bridgecity paid $19,000 tors requested to use all honorable per foot, (Silver Handles, be mado free. The x iu..jSpc,lnlSteel, Inclnding Handles, 81.00 per loot. .75 has arriven in the city and taken andall the corporate rights and fran- means to secure an appropriation to stccif without for Hfiul charge of the works. chises of the said Bridge Company, Imlnmnifv thft down citV aild COUntV BEWARE OP IMITATIONS. and removal of d interest in these rights in tho teariner and competitors to maVo Tho demand for tho Atkims Concave Toorn ' was aiterwaru wano-ferre- d tho present bridge, equal in amount inferior large which they claim "as good as the Doitcr."DiiTEn Saw has ledSaws aro mado from a and franchises These imitation Saws Deatli of Mrs. McAuoy. county of Franklin for to the present structure, to be used lower grado of steel, inferior workmanship, and without the patent concavo tooth. to the vninnhln consideration. The Secre , by said city and county in tho con Ask your hardware dealer for tho "Atkins Dbxtkb" and tako no other. If tho dealer will not order it for you, remit amount with order direct to us. Mrs. Mary Kootes Thornton tary of War, under an act of Con-- struction ol a oriage. to the the poot of llosoheath, died at irress, has given notice Frankfort' Tho amendment was rejected, and JPi ATsIMQ QL PH ladlanapolls, Ind. Memphis, Tim, aged authorities of the city of report of the committee adopted. her home in Paris, on Tuesday, I IVI IMO nnrl nnnntv of Franklin, that said. the UU., Minneapolis, Minn. Chattansogajenm And then the meeting adjourned. 77 years. For many years she had bridge is an obstruction to the navie. o. w. Mcu. B. G. Williams, Chairman. been a contributor to tho press of gation of said river and that it must by September 1st, 1892. Secretary. Geo. A. Lewis, the State over the signature of "M.. be removed m Tho navigation of this stream has R. M.," and her writings were uni- existed for fifty years or more and Ono of my children having had a versally popular. She was a most said bridge was erected according to severe case of whooping cough I excellent Christian lady, who had the requirements of the act of incor- was induced to try Dr. Bull's Cough All the rights and franmany friends among our older citi- poration. same are owned entirely by Syrup, the child was entirely cured chises of zens, and was a cousin of the late tho county of Franklin and city of by tho use of two bottles. In view of I deem it a pleasure to Dr. J. M. Mills. Frankfort and made free to the tho abovo, testimonial of its efficaforward this TT IMR public by them. traveling James Buckley, should cy. AVA & The Federal Government Mrs. H. E. Welman, 1030 Lombard St., Philadelphia, Pa. appropriate a fund sufficient to pay structure at its actual old JEFFERSON STREET, NO 261 WEST No., 2 LinnSt., Janosville.Wis., under for the on For Rent-Thir- d A dwelling-hous- e value, and to secure this we request of June 16, writes the following: our Representatives and Senators in date street. Apply to Kenyon &Thomas,sirs: I was confined Congress to have the River and 28-- tf VIRGINIA DUVALL. to my bed four months with inflamma- Harbor bill amended approbating at tion of the right ovary; had a good least $20,000 to aid tho city and physician, tried almost everything, county in reconstructing this bridge. TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. got very little help until I tried your Given under our hands, this 4th Household Ointment, about day of April, 1892. Dr, Hale's four months ago. It has done wonTELEPHONE 1050.R1NG2. Pat. MoDc-nald- , COLEMAN 1US REMOVED IIIS J. ders for me. I can do quite a good DIt.offlco S. corbuilding to Judge W. L. Jott offered the follow- ner of Annfrom Dr. Collins' over J. "V.the work. I have every reason to day's (Sayle's and nroudnay, April Drug Store. believe that it will entirely cure me. ing resolution, whioh was adopted: I am also using your Dr. Halo's .Resolved, That the chairman of this iWe OIVK AWAY absolutely FREE Household Tea with good results. bfcost. an elegant black orcolored meeting appoint a committee of five S Sincerely yours, BILK ..DRESS pattern of 16 yards wmuo ... 1i..lii mrao .rttl t. In IZ to ascertain wnat uuinuguu ownincr Mrb. H.E. Wellman. intmn,i Ut fVin Ttnrnnnn introfor House lswllllnc FOR SALE. Wha rrrnnf mArHoinn is for Sale at ground adjacent to the approaches to ilDCv vBAwiertca. who her friendsto "THEUllCiJiJWluce among luODKUN QUEEN." a lurco 16-Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. the tho present bridge site in event Bald page, 61 column, illustrated mag- 3 prosont bridge iB raised, and that ulue, one of tho best published. RUN-HOUSE AND LOT OF MRS. M. Fashion, Flowcommittee be authorized to take I I Ik fa I Devoted to Fiction, Homo Decora- -- N FAVORABLE TElUIS, THE PLACE ON mllE on Ann street, is offered for sale T. a yun, nt era, ranuy Work, on Sun- propositions in writing from Baid Lot 70 by 200 feet, with Lobt A brown overcoat, brick o which we reside, near ine uiy scnooi. wim and everjthlugpertulnlngto the u. day aftornoon, somewhere on the owners, to bo reported to an adjourn- tlons nt once U5 cents for tho magazine, household. two adjoining lots, each fifty feet fronton Ewlng nouse oi ten rooms uponapply to ono year Send For tonus nn find n n:ii'iu(L'o of elemuit silks to select street, running back about two hundred feet. The Flat Crook pike, between Bellopoint ed meeting of this organization. jiOS. 8WIGERT, tract will be sold as one or seperntoly, as desired. and Harvioland. Finder will please Tho chair appointed the following from. Address TllEMODEltNQUEhN CO., iui Aim street. to, pdc ana term. Jl'gffloVpiSg'' ai reet, Newllaven, Conn, Center Feb. return to W. P. Scott, at Day & Haffa o. w. t June to carry Meutlon this paper. t. gentlemen as tho committee store, and be rewarded. tax-payer- Bridge Meeting:. gT'TTIT MOZiS i JAY EYE 8EE e) - ,i DWARD CLAASSEN, -- IFiEeO'X'XO.AJL Plumber, Gas Steam Fitter Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, .tt ! tax-paye- rs F l flfl IlElaliilaH K to-da- to-da- Atkins9 Patent Concave Tooth Dexter. d tax-paye- rs toll-house- s, liHHiliHHiikk. 13-C- I t V$ . Va ji one-thir- Mc-Abo- y, j EP t Plants Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. y, FFMfTV feNsa -- Removal. t. Rose Buds a Specialty. Floral Designs. U rnrr Tltm mMM i li U l L bar-cul- n. two-stor- y 13-2t- e. 31-l- , r r 'r V' EJT hmi ' : fo fc ij JOHN T. llli rrE BTTOKIIIjEjY IS- Ready for Spring Trade in the most complete Ready for Spring Trade with a large line of China Store Effimsm'A Call and see the patterns I am p closing out. No trouble to show In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double ssg goods. JNO. T. BUGKLEY. Religious. We would thick Tinware, Refrigerators, Ice mm Freezers, and a complete line of House Furnishing Goods too large to mention. Take the elevator and examine my second floor. Tin roofing, guttering and job work solicited. JOHF T. BUCKLEY. OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the :SiS $M .. A V'1 3 'jr. hi be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churches! n the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made Hev. W. G. Neville, the pastor, will at 11 occupy hia pulpit a. m. and 7:30 p. m., as usual. Southern Presbyterian Ohurch Baptist Ohurch 8:30 11 a. m. at in the chapel. Public worship at Sunday-school and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Hev. W. 0. Taylor, the paBtor. The 11 a. at usual services m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. McOluBky Blayney, D. D., the pas- Nathaniel Beekman, First Presbyterian Ohurch of several metropolitan favorites. The plot is a very strong one, and characters known to all are taken from "Wall street an d New York society life, and the story told is one that really happened a few years ago in business circles in the groat metropolis. The heroine sacrifices, love for duty, but the man she would have married from a sense of duty ends his life on his wedding day. He lost his own and his father's fortunes in Wall street, and the woman to whom he has been engaged to since childhood volunteered to wed him at once, so her fortune could be used to save him, although she loves another. Mr. Daniel Sabel, who takes the light comedy part in the play, is a Louisville boy who has been very successful in the theatrical business. He is an Elk, and his scores of friends and relatives will give him a hearty reception on his return. This is the new caBt of "The Old, Old Story:'' of the Arm of Beekman & Son, Bankers, Broad street, N. Y. . .C. T. Nichols. Sidney Beekman, his son and junior partner Tlie Old Original Remedy DR . Leads. Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about "Mi- Railway W. I. KELLEY, Kentucky Central ROUTE,' "BLUB GRASS Shortestand Quickest ruutefrom '4 T : cro!)," ''germs," "baccilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, and for years has' been, making more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be deceived. PHOEEJT2 Satusday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, HOTEL, OU1NTRAL KKNTUOKY TO ALL POINTS IN LEXINGTON. KY., April 16th, 1892. May 7th. 1892. May 28th, 1892. Juno 18th, 1892. BOBTH, EAST. WEST. MID SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON SCHEDULE MID CINCINNATI. NOV. 15TH. 1891. Advice to Womeh If you would pfote'et yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical operation an d with little or no pain. IN EFFECT I Suppressed or Irregular struation you must use Men- REEERENCES . W. McKce Hardlo, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. Rev. L. P. Uulett, Benson, Ky. A. II. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. V. J. Uughes. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. V. South llouud No. 3, Daily Accom. Dullr. Ex sun. Dally Express lust line Ex Sun. No.l, No.6, Bcrberlch, Frankfort, Xy. LVe L.ve Covington. Cincinnati. tor. Episcopal Ohurch Rev. B. Penick, the rector, will A. occupy the pulpit at Ascension Ohurch tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 7:30 p. m. Christian Ohurch Rev. George at 11 TDarsie will preach :and 7:30 as usual. Daniel Sabel Louise Schuyler, ward of Nathaniel Beekman, Miss Fannie Mclntlre Edith Bliss, daughter of Dr. Bliss . . Miss Stella Kenny Miss Ross Sherwood, with a penchant for anMartin Miss lsabelle tiques Mrs. Wullace Brltton Mrs. Beekman k Son Ralph Stuart Philip Hnrlelgh, a young Englishman, John Flood Cjtus Bliss, M. I)., a physician ol tho old school, E. A. Loclio Archie Sherwood, private secretary to Beekman BRADFI ELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR This will certify that two members of my immediate family, after having suffered for years from ITIeniitriial Irregularity, being treated without benefit by physicians, wero at length completely curodbyono bottle of Bradncld'B Pemnlo Regulator. Ita effect is truly wonderfuL J. W. Strange. Book to " WOMAN " mailed FREE, which contains valuable Information on all female dlseaics. " " DR. KELLEY'S office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day of each. week except SATUR- Oahtehsvillh, April 20, 1880. j I I m Young People's Society of Christian Low Rates on tlie MidBRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA, OA. land. Endeavor will hold their weekly pray-e- r for baxiXs JLXJj xmuaaxsxs. at meeting in the Lecture-rooTo persons attending the meeting of His Superior Ability In treating Obscure Chronic 7 p. m. Diseases Is something marvelous, has the Kentucky Homoeopathic Medical cured where others have Association at Georgetown, May given up to die. Catholic Church The usual the Kentucky Midland Railway localltiee, Good services at the Ohurch of the Ihey lire. I will alio furnish be con- will sell round trip tickets at one and will Shepherd the situation or one third fare. employment, at ducted by Rev. Father "VV. E. Gorey, which you can The Kentucky Midland and Q. & O. earn that amount. the pastor. I chart nothing railroads will sell tickets to Frank- Tho world renowned specialist, will be at Frankand recelr. nothing unlet sucFirst mass at 8 a. m., second mass fort, to cessful, a abore. fort Nothing difficult at 10:30 a. m., and vespers at 3 p. m. sons at one and one third fare of per- Capital Hotel, April 29, 1892, BfciLSs3-siaj.tTto learn, or thai meeting the attending the requires much Returning every four weelcs during the year. tiifBLSkEI-sjBtSBS.- 'i lime. aeeire uut had years of Or. one pereon from Methodist Church Rev. H. G. Kentncky Fish and Game Club, at largestWalter has In the country,experience In the is a graduate of hospitals each district or on April 19. Frankfort county. I bare Henderson will preach several of the best Colleges and h:is for a number ready taoght and The Q. & O. and the Louisville of )earsmadea specialty of all chronic and sur provided with morning at 11 o'clock and in the lie unuercaKes no incurable di a lanre Sothern railroads, effective April 1st, gical diseases, cured hundreds given up to die. seases but has S9S. number who are evening at 7:30. t successfully and does not take the case maklnr orer Three T housand Dollar. . Year, each. All le new. solld.ture. Full particulars free. After you know all, If you Sunday-schoconvenes at 9:30 a. m. will make the rate for Olergymon lie treatscure can be guaranteed. unless a conclude to ro no further, why, no harm la done. Address, ears, Chronic Acute C. ALLW. Ilox ISO, Auuuetu. Slulncj. The Ep worth League will meet in holding permits one and one half fare Deafness.and Diseases Catarrh, ringing In tho Nose, of the lye, Ear, Doc.G-ly- . 'ihroat, Lungs, Kidney. Urinary and Bladder the class room at 6:45 o'clock p. m. per mile. Troubles. Bright's Disease, Dlabotes, Dyspepsia, O. D. Bercaw, Mr. Henderson extends a cordial Constipation, Rheumatism and Paralysis. G. F. & P. A. EPILEPSY Oil FITS POSITIVELY CURED. invitation to the members of the Blood and Skin Diseases, as Syphilis, Scrofula' General Assembly to attend these cured by Improved and Sltiloli's Consumption Stricture. Gleet, etc , suchasLeucorrhea.paluful never falling remedies. services. Diseases of women, Cure. menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing question tho most down pains In back, relieved In short ilme. This is beyond Rev. H. M. Polsgrove will preach at successful Cough Medicine we have Young or middle aged men suffering from morning ever sold, a few doses invariably Spermatorrhea, .Impotency, Emotions, the result Antioch Ohurch of errors or excesses, should call before It too euro the worst cases of Cough, late, and guarantee a cure. Superlluous hair and at 11 o'clock. face permanently removed. eruptions Croup and Bronchitis, while its won- allRemember on thedate ami como.urly, us his tliH success in the cure of Con- rooms are always crowded wherever he htops. Rev. Thos. N. Arnold, of this city, derful sumption is without a parallel in the Examination and consultation free, private or will preach atf tho Christian Ohurch history of medicine. Since its first confidential. Address morning and discovery it has been sold on a LYMAN P. WALTER, M. D., in Midway guarantee, a test which no other Louisville, Ky. evening. medicine can stand. If you have a Dr. Walter can refer you to hundreds of cases ask you to try it. In your own State and uvery State In the Union, cough we teem miles' Nerve and Liver Price 10c,earnestly $1. If your lungs whlcii'ho has cured, amongDarwin, the following: 50c. and lnd SuppressMrs. Rev. J. L. Stokes, Pills. are sore, chest or back lame, use ed and painful menstratlons. Mrs. Henry OTJIUES Mrs. It. W. Camden. Hid.. Kemulo Trouble. Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. Crockett, Delphi. Ind.f Catarrh. Mrs. GusGIn-rlc37 Act on a new principle regulating W. Gayle. Mrs. Martha LOSS OF APPETITE, Owasco, Ind Lung Trouble. Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast rethe liver, stomach and bowels though Dr. Miss Ilettle Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, moved without knife or caustic. A new discovery. the nerves. Repairing of all kinds neatly and Block, Mlchlgantown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Sour Stomach, Sleeplesenesa, executed by the Kentucky McCurty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Rosa Cookson, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eye straightened. bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa- Eromptly Harnoss Company. Headache, Nervous ProsMrs. Sarah Comer, Mooresvlllc, Ind., Catarrh and tion. Splendid for men, women and tration, Neuralgia, PalAsthma of long standing. Mrs. M. Clark, children. Smallest, mildest, surest. Mooresvllle, Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or pitation of the Heart, 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at Miss Snrali Dougherty, Rocklleld, ind., We have some first class second caustic. y Loss of Energy, J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky . hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Epllepsey. Mrs. iJincaster, Vlvallu. Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind., Kidsee them if you want a bar- ney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw. Murtlnsvlllo. Weakness of Back, Feelings of Call and conDoctors gain. Mastin Bros. Ind,, Catarrh,as well said would die with Gard, Languor and Lassitude, GenOld, Old Story. as ever. Wm. A. sumption. Is 30-tBurlington, Ind., Kidney trouble for four years. eral Debility, La Grippe, Dr. Walter cured me two years ago bavo not Etc., Etc. One of tho brightest and best of sobeen troubled since. Elijah Toler, Burlington, The Trouble Over. Stomach trouble, could not see ufter business-a- m ciety cdmedy dramas, with an abunas ever. James Wyatt, Delphi, as well In uio for 25 years by eminent physicians united dance of good, puro comedy, will bo A prominent man in town exclaim- Ind., Could not hear and had n constant dischare and surgeons In thethe best Htnten, and profrom my ears. Dr. AValter cured me entirely. nounced by them found in tho play "The Old, Old ed tho other day: "My wife has Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J. C. Canine, It ourea where all others fall.TONICIt extant. Try and b Seller, Waverland, J. Story" which is coming back to tho been wearing out her life from tho Greencaitle, Ind., Catarrh.Eye.Dr.Mrs. n". P. Jones, convlnoed. Ask: your Druggist tor It. Mary Cancer of effect of dyspepsia, liver complaint Frankfort Opera House next Monday and indigestion. Her case baffled Edinburg, Brigbts Dlstaso.names by permission PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTIjE. Dr. Walter gives these evening. Sinco its last appearance the skill of our best physicians. and they request that all sufferers should wrlto to their in this city in November, Messrs. After using three packages of Aunt them In regurd also has case. testimonials from J. ED RAY & CO., Mauls, ni Proprs., many Dr. Walter is almost patients having been cured of private diseases Robert and Simley, tho managers of Fanny's Health Restorer she x.A.xiir3, :bvx". but does not publish them even by permission blood the play, have been unusually suc- entirely well." Keep youruse of in a but will furnish thorn upon application. Address this healthy condition by tho Sole Agent, W. H. AVERILL, cessful. Both press and public have groat vegetable compound. Call on M. D. unreserv- Chapman & Williams and got a trial L. P. praised play and company Frankfort, Ky. edly. The cast has sinco been great- package free, Large size 50c. . Louisville, Ky. 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Lve Wlllla'sb'g. 5 45pm lertake to briefly ica any luny Arr Jelllco... . 6 20pm . . . . . . . . . . intelligent person Lve Kichmond 160pm ir eimer tei, who on re id who, Lve Lancaster.. 4 45pm and write, and Arr Stanford. . 520pm after Instruction, will work Indue- trlouilr, bow to No. 2, tern Three ThaiDaily land Doll?... c 4 No. 6, North-Bounyear In their own Daily ExSuu. ft0,, Arr Paris. 810am 8 00pm 2 65pm . . 818am 8upm 8Wpni Falmouth. 946am Ulbpm 4b0pm . . Cynthiana 1013am SKJpm 086pm . . ... .... .... .... .... .....' .... .... .... . . . . . . . nB,BII"BVe-HHlMsaB-asjej?jivej- Y.1 .'BIlMllllfl IffiliTlflTal I y. .... . . d. LP. Walter, fllJ, where-ev- er Express ExSun. n Lve Stanford., a 8 Arr Kichmond. ArrCorMn... Lvo&JJ!.co,V Lve Wlllla'8b.B. . 1Q ' 00am 16am 8am 8 60ain 9 35am 7 05am . . . a a ' ' . . . . . . .... ' 1 al- WMgWslJlwu.tJsmwimTTMeH m ol Lve Cum'b Gup. Lve Mlddlesb'ti g Lve Plnevllle. . u Lvo Barb'rvlUe. Arr Corbln.. . . 3 Lve Corbln. . . Lve London . . h Arr Livingston. Lve, Livingston Lve Berea Arr Richmond Lve Kichmond.. 6 05am ArrWlnchester 0 65am LVO Winchester 7 10am 7 45am Arr Paris Lve Lexington, 7 00am 7 63am Arr Paris. Lve Cynthiana. 8 24am 9 23um Lve Falmouth.. Arr Covington. 10 64am Arr Cincinnati. 11 OO.im C g 7 8 9 11 33am 68am 47am 35am 25am 9 S5am . . 10 11 ... 05am i6am 12 lOnn 1241pm 12 41pm 135pm 155pm 227pm 200pm 2 37pm 8 07pm 4 01pm 635pm 6 45pm Ham .... .... .... .... .... .... .... No. 2 65 3 45pm 4 25pm 4 48pm 630pm 6S7pm 6 45pm 1 MAYSVILLE BRANCH. No. 10, North-BounDaily, Ex. Sun. Lve. Lexington . Lve. Paris, . . . Arr. Millersburg Arr. Carlisle. . . Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysville, . South-Boun- Ex. Sun 3 02 Dally, 13 Lve. Cincinnati . Lve. Covington . w Grl-de- r. TONSC 615pm 638 pm 8 40am 700pm 9 34am 7 64pm 1010am 830pm B 7 00 7 65 am 18a in am 520 pin pin pm h, No. 9, NO. He Daily. Daily, Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun 15-t- l. 45-l- y f. y Walter, Lve. Maysville . , 6 20 am 160pm Lve. Johnson . 6 57 am 227pm 6 60 am 3 20pm Lve. Carlisle, . . 7 15 am 3 45pm Lve. Millersburg 7 40 am 410pm Arr. Paris. . . . 8 28am 700pm Arr. Lexington. . Covington . 10 51 a m 6 87pm Arr. 11 00 am 6 46 pm Cincinnati . Arr. C.P.ATMORE, 8. It. KNOTT, Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. General Offices, Louisville, Ky. 8. V. B. MORSE, Asst. Oen'l Pass. Ag't. Office, Charaberof CornmercoBldg., Cincinnati, O; No, 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexington to Cincinnati. No.l Runs dally. No. 4 Runs dally from all stations except the Rowland Division, which 1b dally except 8undny. No. 6 Dally except Sunday. No 6. runs dally except Sunday between Cincinnati and Lexington, No, 10 Paris and Lexington' Accommodation dully. Leaves Lexington 10,00 a. m. Arrives Paris 10;J6a. m. No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Leaves Cincinnati 6.16 p. in Arrives Falmouth p. m.. dally except Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Fulmouth 6a.m. Arrives Cincinnati 7.55 a. in., dally except Sunday, Nos. land 8 make connections at Winchester for points on the N.N. & M.V.Ry., E. D. No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mtddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all stations and runs dally. 5 ' Si H V. .'ll.ijisMikii ikM&f&v VifWtu' Itl",. sjdtikfiikL t ,.&k& ..t...'a.lJ ie&tuittrf mwi gaaai rr WW WV1 ' V" IWSWW- - "., i f 7 'f STEELING 8ILYEE "W I3i:ciwe P-B.s-t; 3GB5JL-mrl- . s E ASTEK. mTev SS5jac j:ff" Wedding1 Presents. iiver Spoons, Forks and Fancy Pieces in Plush Cases, Also Many new pieces in PLATED WAKE suitable for Easter, Birthday and Sterling a FC W!f What would bo nicer than a Souvenir Spoon for an Easter gift. We have many designs in Souvenir Spoons, including the Frankfort Spoon, Bow Knot any other popular patterns. All silver purchased from us will be engraved free of charge. - 0"CT"W" ment SS' M. A. SELBERT, 233 St. Clair Street. Fair Four Route to Chicago. World's road, avoiding the disagreeable transfer across tho city necessary via other lines, enter Chicago in full view of the World's Fair buildings, and stop at VanBuren, street opposite Auditorium, Leland and Richelieu All trains of tho popular Big Four Route are vestibuled and equipped with palace sleeping cars, private compartmont buffet cars, reclining chair cars and elegant parlor cafe dining cars, start from Central Union station, Cincinnati, whore connection A Guaranteed Curo for Piles of whatever kind is made with the Queen & Orosent External. Internnl, Blind or Bleeding route and Louisville & Nashville rail or decree Chronic. Recent or I'eredltary. This Itching, Remedy has posltlvoljr novtr been known to fall. $1.00 n box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mnll prepaid onrecelpt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to refuno the $5 00 paid If not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. IrAYLK. nntlLKC(mL'TEK GAYLE CO.. DrUK gists and Solo Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for 16-l- mi :ol spoon s With Miss Dr. Hale's XKousclioltl Oint- Big Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. lb cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Outs, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpon-ter'- s South Side drug Btore. THE LAYETTE WAS LATE. 5-- ly ATTENTION. 5Bo)riii. XfeSSX JAPANESE ft ; V dWi II 11 ' fP7 Lulu: MRS. SOL. HARRIS, ANNIE WALLERMAN, So It Was Only Boy Because Came tlie Bonnie Early. The ladies within the walls of the Grand Hotel had a great opportunity thrust upon them yesterday, and such a scurrying ufter baby clothes has not been witnessed in a long, long time, and thereby hangs a most dainty bit of romance, that infant Brooks will some day hear at his mother's knee, and talk of, over after pride to Sointing with tho Queentho fact that City. of Mr. F. T. Brooks is the onorgotic and popular Traveling Passenger Agent of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, with headquarters at Syracuse, N. Y., and about one year ago he was united in marriage to one of the fairest of Kentucky's daughters, in the person of Miss Sanders, of Frankfort. They were on their way home to tho wife's parents, in Frankfort, in anticipation of a joyful oyent in their married life. They were to leave by. the first morning train, and all of the luggage had been sent to tho depot. It contained all of their own belongings, and a whole lot of funny looking garments, only partially finished, that could have been of no possible use to either of them. Suddenly, and just before the departure of their train, a whispered conversation was held with the clerk on duty. He hustled a bell boy up the stairs, and in a few 'moments thereafter Dr. J. W. disappeared within the room occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Brooks. Then the housekeeper was sent for, and there was much to do. In a short time the Doctor reappeared looking radiant, and in a burst of confidence he declared it to be as handsome a boy as ho had over seen, and so it was. It is really wonderful fund of accomplishments tho by hotel, but in f)osscssed no a modern was time there provided a complete temporary wardrobe for tho diminutive stranger, and in a very brief time ho will be making glad the hearts of grandparents in the old Kentucky home, where the layette had been prepared, but was not expected to bo quite so soon called in demand. Commercial Gazette, April 4. Pren-dergast Hotels. sample. Jan. Five trains daily between Cincinnati and Indianapolis, two trains daily for St. Louis ana Peoria, sure Elides tlie Weather. conno'tion for all western and northeastern points. Rates as low as the Prof. Irl R. Hicks gives the follow lowest. Tickets via tho Big Four route are on sale at coupon offices ing forecast for the balance of April: throughout the country. Be sure The 10th to 13th, inclusive, is a period of special excitement. Watch tho you get them. storms. D. B. Mabtin, Heavy hail with much thunder. A frigid wave resulting in General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, 0. frost and freezing is apt to appear at the close of this period. Warmer, the head milliner,' has just returned from the Eastern Markets with the hest and largest assortment of imported on HATS," BONNETS, FLOWERS, RIBBONS, &c, which we will sell lower than ever. We are ready now to take your orders. A Lattle Girl's Exipcrienc in a JLiglitlieusc. with secondary stofms about the 17th and 18th. Easier squalls cold, with snow-flurrie- s. LOUISVIULB Mr. and Mrs. Loron Trescott are a marked storm period, followed by keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at cold weather. Warmer with storms Sand Beach, Mich, and are blessed 28th and 30th. with a daughter, four years old. Last April she was taken down with Measles, followed with a dreadful Cough and turning into a fever. DocjJ0iffB0 main oa3 on.3 'nsupiRO pt"I 1S natIAV tors at home and at Detroit treated ujjojsvq oi Sunp oqs 'ssjk auivooq ops nauj& her but in vain, sho grew worse rapidly, until she wasa mere "handful TJJJOISBO JOJ papo oqs 'PITO v SB oqs natJAV of bones." Then she tried Dr. King's mjaojOTO Jaq oav3 om, 'qojs svt Sqvft uoq Now Discovery and after the use of two and a half bottles, was completely cured They Bay Dr. King's New Discovery is worth its weight in goid, yet you may get a trial bottle free at on Second For Rent Store-rooPhil. Carpenter's Drug Store. street, suitable for grocery, meat or 6 notion store. Apply to W.O. Hern-dom n. The 23d to 26th is also, J. L RODMAN Best Indigo Blue Calicoes Best Colored Calicoes Best Dress Ginghams Best Apron Ginghams Black Cotton Stocking Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton SON. 5c 5c BIO BJLR.OJLIET3. 7lAc .' 6c. syiC. 5c MARKET. TOBACCO 28-l- FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. furniture to buy from first hands. See Frankfort Furniture Manufactur ing Company. 20-l- It will pay any person that wants April Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. J. .L RODMAN & SON, Sales on our market for the week justolosed amountto 3,407 hhds., with receipts of 3 351 for tho same period. Sales on our market Binco January 1st amount to 52,648 hhds. Sales of tho crop of 1800 on ourmarkot to date 45,846 hhds. The market for burley tobacco this week has been almost) a repetition of tho week previous; about the only difference is that good medium leaf has been a little stronger and the buyers are a little more particular as regards order. The sweating season is near at hand and parties shipping their tobacco now should bo particular in this respect. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley CURES ALL DISEASES! Consumption "I bfillfiVO It tn lin n?i Capital City Business IEJS'Z'-i&JBXjISIEZISID College, 1S91. Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, Cured. nf tlm I.Dct ninHl.lniii sol'l. The phjhlcluns, twn jears ago. said my wife had consumption, both lungs affected. I have had to send her. outu for several springs to keep hrr nllve, but since she has been taking Hmlam's Microbe KlUer she has been right at home attending to her business, and is In better health than sho has been in 2d jears. I'OULK, ceuartown, Ga." "ii. Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. Young ladles and gentlemen prepared for mercantile life IN ", 4 50 tobacco S2 00 4 00 5 50 Oolory trash 8 00 Common lugs not oolory 6 00 Oil, Wlaat a Cougli. 8 00 15 00 Colory lugs 7 00 10 00 Common leaf. Will you heed tho warning; the Medium to good leaf. 10 .50 14 00 signal perhaps of tho sure approach Good to lino fillers 15 00 20 00 more terrible, disease Con- Select or wrappory of that sumption? Ask yourself if you can 20 00 26 50 loaf. afford, for the Bake of saving 50c, to nothing for it. run the risk and do Wo know from experience that Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why If you want sulphur water, fresh more than a Million Bottles were from tho Murray woll, loft at your ovory morning, leave sold tho past year. It relievos croup residence and whooping cough at once. orders, at V. II. Avorill's drug store, Mothers, do not be without it. For tho U. S. Expross office or H. R. lame back, sidq or chost uso Shiloh's Williams' grocery. Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W 23-t- f. Trash (dark) or damagod tobacco: Several Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully testify to tho curative nowersnf jour medicine. Having been u sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial mfcctiun and Indigestion, after taking Microbe Killer nil of tho above symtoms have entirely disappeared. m ours, ere, t. Business writing, Shorthand, Typewriting, Grammar, "Janitor Night school from September to June. Tho backward pupils encouraged. Tho advanced student finished. Diplomas awarded. Catalogue In press. Application rondo for Incorporation. We havo tho bst home school of business In the State of Kentucky. 'I have been n sufferer from iistlmui mid Send la your nuiiio. catarrh, for moro than two years past, getting Apiil most of my sleep silting u ) in bed orrecltilng In n chulr. I ha' e used on Jug of Hid.im's Microbe too last tnreo weeks have been Kiiier. nnii sinewing naturally, soundly and sweetly as a child. I attribute my relief to tho remedy, and heartily recommend It to any one buffering from HOST IX qtUSTITT. BEST IS QC1UIT. asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. 43 i West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Hcspectruiiy, TIIO-- . L. DAVIS, Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, Lu." Arithmetic, Business Correspondence, Commercial Law, Spoiling, etc. Asthma and Catarrh Cured. it "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvlllo, Ga." EDWIN R. MOORE, Gayle. 37 A Glad Tidings. s, SSorrible Railroad Accident Is a daily chronicle in our papers; Tho grand spociflo for the pre- also the death of some dear friend, vailing malady of the age, dyspepsia, who has died with Consumption, liver complaint, rheumatism, costive-nes- whereas, if ho or she had taken general debility, etc, is Aunt Otto's cure for throat and lung Fanny's Health Restorer. This great diseases in time, lifo would havo boon herbal tonic stimulates tho digestive rendered happier and perhaps saved, organs, regulates tho liver and Hoed tho warning! If you have a the system to vigorous health cough jor any affection of tho throat and energy. Sample free. Large and lungs call at Chapman & Wilpackages 50c. Sola by Chapman & liams' and got a trial bottlo free. 20 20 Williams. Largo size 50o. lminir sick two years with malarial fever, and during which time I contracted othor diseases, llux. etc. I was utenried during this time by three of the best doctors of the city without being beue-lltte"Wll, DOHKRTY. Fevor ami Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after tiklng Microbe ON Killer for mteen days lam entirely cured, after d, Broker in Stocks and tonds, COMMISSION ONLY. NEGOTIATES on town and farm property on one to Ave tears time. Investment secur ties for sale. Feb. a. e. w. 13-a- WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM "iu teiesie ci., new uneuus. ui." Mr. ltudnm's Mlcrobo Killer Cures all ATTORNEY-AT-LADiseases by Removing tho Cause. WM. CROMWELL. W VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS CO,, circular and the Send '2 rents stamn for Mlcrobo War. shows what disease Is and.what the remedy must be, and do, to cure it. Read It, PRACTICE circulate It and you will tho discoverer for saving IN THK COTJHTS 01 VranMtn and the adjoining countte. ane jour lite. Address MICROUE KILL".R. Nashville. Tenrh. will alio trlTO ipAdal attention to the purohait uadam'S J. W. GAYLE .or LfcCOMPTE 5c GAYLE CO.V' and Kilo of real estate, collection of rrnU, claim and tho aecoUntioa of loana. sole agents for Frunklln com ty. Jan, iu-iInn'-!? KBAL J3STATJB AGENT. Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. IWptindbrBICUlKDSON.TATLORHBD. SOLD EVERYWHERE. BT.tOClS, EBoK sjPPrWP!' yPrgJY 'i WtWvryP I - 4 h 8 i Leave Your Measure With Us for a SPRING SUIT. SUITS ! Fancy Worsteds, oo When you hear our prices and learn that they are such values, you will un derstand how we get the reputation of being Leaders and Controllers of Low Prices. see Great This Window. HAT DISPLAY Week. See Our EVERY MAN A Clay Diagonals, BOY MUST HAVE OSUE a w .?. our stock, including all the Whip Cords, latest effects, you will say Tan Cheviots, they are simply irresistAnd when you ible. Yachts, CO . ' Gray Clays, GO Eta. X ' Black Cheviots, ',3J -- m Ladies' and Misses' Shoes! G-ran- d -- N display. .All tlie latest styles and sliape; See omr great wiriclcrszsr siLOzsr. CRUTCHER & STABKS. 4th and Jefferson, Main Street. FRANKFORT. LOUISVILLE. Are You In It; If not, why not? Why don't you always keep on hand a bottle of Dr. Hale's Household Cough Otfre to allay the first irritation caused by a sudden cold. This is the finest remedy in the world for every kind of cough. You aeei tne goou enect, oi uie ursc uose, .and by thorough using your cough is soon cured. 25 and 50c. bottles at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. 3 tot, School Board. the School Board met in regular Editor Roundabout: Tuesday evening, the 5th inst., session. After adopting some routine business, the selection and instruction intbo matter of taking the census for 1892 was ordered, and J. W. Graham was elected to take the census of First Ward, J. Price Williams the Second Ward and B. B. Phillips the Third Ward. They are to receive two cents for each pupil for a number up to last year's enrollment, and three cents for each pupil in excess thereof. The Superintendent's report showed: Total enrollment to April 1st . . . 933 and intelligent citizens, but with a FOR SALE. trade by which they become able to FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. immediately earn their own living, and take places of profitable employT OFFER FOR 8ALE AT A BARGAIN THE Shortest and quickest between ment at once. It would be most de1 handsome property of Dr. W.U. Hall, in South Frankfort. Title perfect. sirable that when school days were m. JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT, over that they did not have to spend from one to three years in acquiring Onlr direct Hue between FOR THE LUNGS. the trade or calling that now requires a long apprenticeship. It is nas been a family remedy for Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Car- Notice. one of the necessities of the near COUGHS, COLDS. CONSUMPTION, "LA- HOARSENESS, TI1ROAT, future and the advancement of GRIPPE SORE ACUTE lisls, L'aplle, Cynthiana, Falthought and progress demand its PNEUMONIA, CATARRH, INFLUENZA,ASTUaiA, AND CUKOMC early adoption with a properly WHOOPING COUGH,UKUNUIliriS, CROUP, PLEURISY, PAIN ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST deceased husband, Wm. Church, wlli;pre-fien- t mouth and Corington, OF equipped building a few hundred IN THE SIDE AND SPITTINGtho BLOOD, and them to me at once, duly proven as idiuired all diseases oi dollars annually would be ample to by law. and all persons Knowing themselves inbegin the work. debted to my said husband will save costs by pay- ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY 1IIDLAKD Throat, Chest and Lungs ing same to me without further notice It is time our citizens were beginEMMARINE CHURCH, ning to look at the matter from a pracAdm'x HUN BY CENTRAL STANDAHD TIME. .. CONSUMPTION, W. II. SNEFD, of Win. Church, deceased. tical standpoint. Suppose all the Att'r. for Administratrix. Mar. boys who received a public school TIME TABLE NOV. 1G. 1891. no opium, nALL'S education were at the same time a DR. Win. norany BALSAM contains It soothes morphine, deleterious practical mechanic how much less and heals the Membrano of thedrug. Lungs, Inflamed I M I M AM of idleness, of bad habits, intemper- and poisoned by disease, and prevents night TRAINS EAST. No. 7. No. 3. No. J, Is ance and loafing would bo spared sweats and tightness across the chest.for ItDR. taste. our rising generation? Let us begin pleasant to theBALSAM,Be sure and ask '. Frankfort and take no other. 11.40 4.00 0.00 to put on more of progress and WM. HALL'Sby . Summit For sale 10.50 4.00 5.C5 . Elk horn 12.03 educate out boys to be not loafers, 4.12 6.13 . Swltzer 12.20 G.81 4.20 but'usoful citizens, and our girls to be Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. .Stamping Ground 12.45 C.23 4.85 and not dependents. . Duvall 12.57 09.8 4.44 PRICE 25C, 50C.,$1.00. . JollIlSOU 1.07 4.50 04.3 DR. WM. HALLOO., NEW YORK. . Georgetown 1.20 C2.T 5.00 -w m Kentucky Midland Hall's Balsam 127-- 4 never-fallin- g iiMMk 19-l- t. TALiLERSDII C self-sustaini- Mam known for i- Oct. 21-C- nil . O. , Average attendance Enrollment West End School Average attendance Per cent, of enrollment on total census 709 71 . . 27 64 Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co, eHBESHOTHWaMTgjLES, and CERTAIN CURE 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FCR PILES.I.OTIS. TipirdljjiaCIIAHllSO.V.TAYlOnIl!n. CO., RT A SURE Ar. Elizabeth Paris S. Depot Newtown Centrevllle .... .... .... TRAINS WEST. Ar. Frankfort Ar. Summit Ar. Stamping Ar. Duvall . . . . u it fo. 1.50 2.10 2.33 2.40 3.00 5 05 5.19 5.80 0.41 72.0 7Q.5 055 C.48 i p 2. No. 4. No. 8 8.10 8.01 7.55 7.47 7.31 7.22 7.10 7.07 7.05 0.49 0.39 0.34 0.20 9.05 m 79.7 7.00 m 622 Enrollment of Colored School 518 Average attendance..., 59 Percentage of enrollment Sea-Sho- re ELECTROPOISE. March was a very inclement month, AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. It is by the inhaling of oxygen into and much sickness prevailed among the children. The per cent, of at- our bodies that we obtain vitality to IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 16. 1891. tendance is greater in Frankfort live. It is an admitted fact that dissimply a decrease of vital Fas Limited Ace m. Dally than in New York, Boston, Indian- ease is Dally Mall Memphis, Nashville or Louis- force; in other words, wo do not ab- EAST BOUND. Dally. Express Ex Sun. ex Sun apolis, uaiiy. sorb enough oxygen. Disease, no Lexington . Lve. 785am "GOOpm 11 40am 580pm ville. Thfl attendance in the High School department shows an increase matter by what name it is known, Winchester " 82iam 401)111 1230pm 7 00pm l oopin of 211 per cent, over previous years. attacks the weakest point in the sys Mt. Sterling " a 61am 712pm DAILY. 735pm The Kiqdergarten department is in- tem. " 1210am 1007pm 840am . By the aid of the Electropoiso, the Ashland. creasing in numbers rapidly, and the Uattlettsburg " 1228pin 1023pm 59am Huntington " done is attracting attention body is put into such an eleotrical Washington " uscupm 1047pm 80am work 0331)11) throughout the State. The teacher, condition as to cause the absorption Philadelphia " 1047am 210pm 550pm Miss Page, has been invited to de- of oxygen through the pores and New York Arr.l 120pm 820pm monstrate the work in connection membranes of the entire system. DAILY, with the Primary Department beforo ThiB increase of vitality oxygenizes WEST BOUND, to the State Teacher's Association in the blood,' gives health and vigorout Huntington Lvo. 600am 1 35pm 645rin June next at Paducah, and in other the entire system, and drives Cattlettsburg " 025,1111 i hi pm 7 14pm nlaces in the State, and will bo pres disease by making the body stronger Ashland CS7am 205pm i imn Therefore, bo ex sun. ent, and the example of Frankfort in than the disease. 608pm 120pm G25am be master of disease by having an Elec Mt. Sterling Lve. 1027am o establishing the work will 46pm Winchester . " adopted in several towns in the tropoiso always at hand. We would Lexington . Arr. 1115am 620pm 155pm 715am 1205nm i 4opin 805am State next year. Frankfort is tho advise every person to havo one Louisville Arr. ozapmi 950pm 7 40pm 111 60am near at hand, especially at a time LIMITED VESTIBULED TRAINS run dally In Kentucky. pioneer in the work in Another need of our school is tho when la grippe, pneumonia and such connection with Chesapeake & Ohio 'F. F. v.", to New York. establishment of a manual training like attacks are so prevalent. FAST TRAINS runs and Write or call on Dubois & Webb, make localMAIL between Lexington daily Huntschool in connection with the Publio stops aud School Buoh as is being so success- corner Fourth and Jefferson streets, ington. fully operated in the larger cities. Louisville, Ky., and they will take HUNTINGTON & MOREHEAD accommoda Louisville is well pleased with its pleasure in giving you full informa- tlons run dally. : experiment in that lino, and arrange- tion concerning this truly marvelous LEXINGTON & MOREHEAD & LEXINOTON ments are now being made to extend instrument, and show you proofs of MT. STERLING accommodations run dally all kinds of acute and tho course there to a three years' tho cure of THROUGH SLEEPING CARS to and from course instead of one, as is now in chronic diseases. ashlngton and New York without change. operation, whereby from 75 to 100 DuBoIs & Webb, (J W. Baknky, 0. L. Shown, children are turned out of school Room 10, Norton Block, G. A. , Lexington , Ky. I Gen. Pas s, Agent, not only oducatod in tho common and Jefferson, Corner Fourth W.S, HAimiBON. school branches, to make them useful G.A., Ashland. Ky, Louisville, Ky, G Wasliiueton, Philadelphia, Now York, Baltimore, Old Point and the Ar. Swltzer Elkhorn 8.55 8.40 8.25 8.05 7.60 7.40 7.28 No. 12 4.42 4.27 4 17 4.00 Graund . ,. . , Ar. Johnson Ar. Georgetown MMliMMIULII! Tim qvl Depot . . . Ar. Ar. Newtqn Ar. Centervlllo O S. , 500pm u tlreet route from TEXKS! Ar. Lv. Elizabeth Paris WEI! Tl 1BMIS1S UN and Oh Imtlrea iftj bUIm SHORTEST TO LITTLE BOCK. Aadfttemlymu "E. B. WEITZEL, 0. D. UERCAW. . City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gon. Supt. Tho Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north, south and west. For further Information apply to their agontH. -- P ..." Without Change of It ton an cvta U emigrate to Cars. Scientific Americas Agency for Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth Austin, Houstin, TMs U th CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE Wo dunce or cars to MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS AID HEW ORLEANS. Tar further lnfomatton, adored Mtntiiu CAVCATSiV TRADE MARKS. COPYRIGHTS, ate. 'Kw'fi&PSMJS'1 nn(I nx Handbook write to m DnOADWAV, NKW YOBK. nSffPi? bureau fop securing patents In Amerioa. Brorr Patent taken out by us Is brought beforo tho public by a notlco given ireo of charge In the , Mll&N RATIMTl C. P. AT1TKORE, Q.P. T.A., LO0IHTIXMC. XXNXDCKT. Largest circulation of any selentlflo paper In tba SSSdi. Bplenaidlr lllusfrated. S"w iWyd.l0 without It. Weokfy.S3.OOa yearj six months. Address MUNN A Broadway. 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