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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892042301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. wmmmsan rs BlSXm "jr Trwftgfm rp i"r n("7f p 'w mWfW Vi TEE FiAffiFOBT ROUNDABOUT. GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: 1.00 In Advance . Volume XV. To Mrs. Carrie S. Jacoby, in Memory of "JLIttle Newt." ONLY FRANKFORT, KY... APRIL 23, 18! Number 33 BLKKI'IKO, JtfOT DEAD. that numbered For from the dear home-Hoc- k One lins gone, for nye, to the golden shore. eyes In fancy we see him with heaven-war- d Expanding with gleams of glad surprise. As he spoke these comfor.tng words to thee, Ere ho crossed the Illver, "on! mamma," said he, "'ouch a pretty, beautiful htuse, I Sio; Do jou reckon It's Uod'a house, that you and me 'Can live In it always and have It for ouis?" Then, as sunset fades and darkness lowers, Hear his labored breathing, and plulntlvo moans, (yet patlont), In gasping tones, Saying ' I'm tired. My hands aie so cold: Put mv gloves on, dear mamma, lust as of old, I don't olu 1 don t w,tm to oreathe any more." Then the Fi lend of tho suffering entered the Pnln-ruuked One less to need thy motherly enre, One less to sny the childish prayer, "Now I lay me down to slee p . T ihu 1 .nnl mi snnl tn Itfion." m-a- Baking Powder ABSOUUTELY PURE city, but now of Clay City, has been in town this week. OWER & CO. 3 S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Advertised Letters at Frankfort, Ky. FURNITURE! An Unequaled Assortment of fine Medium and Low Priced Chamber Suits, Parlor Suits, Easy Chairs, Rockers and Couches. JEAHm-aajr- y- i. stt tils pnle seal on his features fair, AndhelooKedllke au angle slumbering there, "'Only sleeping not dead' for his spirit took Ilight To that beautllul home where cometh no night, In the "sweet by and by," some dav, ere long, Thou'lt meet thy darling, to dwell 'mid the throng Of countless redeemed ones tho pure angle bund, In that fur away country, the shadowless land. MARY REYNOLDS 1IOLLOWAY. February 21. 1892. And door, Tlie Secret of Success. J. W. Gayle, druggist, belioveB that Die secret of success is perseverance. Therefore he persists in keeping the finest line of perfumeries, toilet articles, coBinetics, drugs nna chemicals on tho market. He especially invites all persons who have palpitation, ehort breath, weak or hungry spells, .pain in side or shoulder, oppression, .night mare, dry cough, smothering) firopsy or heart disease to try Dr. Wiles' unequaled New Heart Cure 'joforo it is too late. It has the largest sale of any similar remedy. Fine book of testimonials free. Dr. Miles' Kestorativo Nervine is unsurpassed for sleeplessness, headache, fits, etc., 5 And it contains no opiates. Zilpali. Fine growing weather. -- Easter tho Sunday-schoexercises were well attended and and nicely gotten up Sunday. The Box Party at tho St. John's Church was postponed on account of the Inclemency ot the weatner. Miss Martha Craig, of Versailles, is the guest of Miss Martha Williams Miss Craig has many this week. friends here. Mr. William Dodson, one of Frankfort's young men, who has been trying his fortune in the South, is here on a visit to his parents. Mr. T. 0. Buford, the State Grand Master of Odd Fellows, was in the city this week and was entertained at the Lodge room on Lodge night. Quito a large crowd, among whom were many strangers, attended the meeting of the Literary Society last Friday. The programme was well rendered. A large crowd was present at the g new St. for ?ohn's Church buildingthe Sunday on last. All the addresses and songs were good and well received. The ground was broken by Bros. James veney and Louis Harris and Sister Thomas. A collection amounting to seventy odd dollars was taken up. The Brass Band was out and rendered some good music. All ol Below will be found n list of advertised letters for the week ending April 23d, 1892: Mprris, John Ausburn, Ely Aslingor, Hyram McFarland, H ow- land Arnett, E. G. Barde, Miss Iva Price, E. E. (2) Brock, Miss Jennie Parker, Ester Brannon, John F. Quiggins, Miss Buffln, T. F. Mamie Miss Cornelious, Thos. Roberts, Dodd, W. M. Elma Dickson, Cora Dennison, John Ellersom, Ellen, G. H. Ellison, Lister Elitt, Tom. Gaines, Dr. E. L. Gloar, Mrs. Kate Hayden, J." F. Hayes, N. B. Jimson. Bob. &Mm.M. Dent, Phas Bliss Reichart, John Reibs, John O. x o M Robinson, M. H. Reeb, Miss Mary round-breakin- Jones, R. W. Kemper, Fanie Mattie Lilly, Mrs. Josie Warlield, Albert Map other, Mrs. H. Williams, Merit ARTISTIC DESIGNS, NEW FINISHES. H. Walton, Dr.' T. W. WE GUARANTEE THE LOWEST PRICES, Martin, John Wilson, Dr. J. J. Martin, Miss Dickey & Black Allen & Thompson When calling for those letters say advertised. Sarah Scay, Dr. Charles Sacra, Miss Lenia Swan, James Sullivan, Mike We are sole agents for four patents that are acklowledtjed to be the Sneed, Norman O. best made, Smith, W. B. Shark, Willie REED AND RAT AN GOODS We have just put on the floor an Taylor, Dr. Thompson, Mrs. immense line of this popular furniture. FOLDING BEDS. friendship than catarrh! The constant effort to clear the throat and Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. nose, the foul breath, all tho features of the disease, make it as much Glad Tidings. dreaded by the friend as by the vicweek. tim. Humanity has cause to bless The grand specific for tho preSamuel Samples' team took fright Dr. Sage for his "Catarrh Remedy." vailing malady of tho age, dyspepsia, while hitched to a wagon loaded with The manufacturers offer to forfeit liver complaint, rheumatism, costive-nesplows, and ran away, breaking the 500 for any case they cannot cure. general debility, etc., is Aunt wagon to pieces. His daughter was :ni the wagon at the time but fortu- St. Peter Claver's Parisli. Fanny's Health Restorer. This great herbal tonic stimulates tho digestive nately escaped unhurt. organs, regulates the liver and reClose Observer. The following resolutions aro stores the system to vigorous health adopted by the St. Peter Claver's and energy. Sample free. Large A Husband's Mistake. sodality, as its meeting on Sunday, packages 50c. Sold by Chapman & April tho 3rd. 20 Williams. Husbands too often permit wives, Whereas, It has pleased the omnip.and parents their children, to suffer otent author of life and death to Clieap Rates to Chicago. iron headache, dizziness, neuralgia, call from our midst our beloved ajlooplossness, fits, nervousness, when brother, Richard H. Higdon; thereTho Kentucky Midland is selling "by the use of Dr. Miles' Restorative fore, tickets from Frankfort to Chicago, such serious results could Nervine Be it Iieaolvcd, That while humbly 8. easily be prevented. Druggists every- acknowledgingour entire dependence via Cincinnati, at C. D. Bercaw, o where say it gives universal satisfac- upon an Providence, wo canG. F. & P. A. tion, and has an immense sale. Wood-wort- not refrain from giving expression to & Co., of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; the great sorrow with which our For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom Snow & Co., of Syracuso, N. Y.; J. 0. hearts aro burdened. land, situated about two miles west Wolf, Hillsdale, Mich.; and hundreds Resolved, That in the death of Mr. ofFrankfort, on L. & N. Railroad, adof others say "it is tho greatest seller Higdon our city loses an upright joining W. L. Collins. Will sell tho they ever know." It contains no citizen, tho church a devoted ohild, wholo or in lots at a bargain. For opiates. Trial bottles and fino book our cause a fearless supporter, and particulars call on on nervous Diseases free, at J. A. Goins, this society a valued momber. 5 J. w. Gaylb's. Resolved, That in addition to thoso Millvllle, Ky. resolutions being spread upon the .Among: the Colored Citi- minutes of tho meeting of this zens. society, a copy be forwarded to tho family of tho deceased and a copy L. T. Clark leaves in a few days for bo furnished tho prosB. All-wish last week at an average of 7 cents. Miss Dovie Edrington and Miss Mattie Graves were visiting Miss Mattie Jones, near Scrabble, last Owen Moore was in town last A Romance. week. "Walter Kesler and wife visited this She was fair and my passion begun! community Sunday. She smiled and I could not but love! ' Mrs. Polly Wade is very ill with But when from afar I detected catarrh, .rheumatism at this writing, t No beauty my passion could move! Wm. Lindle, of Newport, is visiting In despair she sought doctors in vain, relatives in this community. Till she learned of "Humanity's - S. N. Moore, of Jeffersonville, Ind., boon;" Now her breath is as sweet as the "was in our community Sunday. dew J. 0. Moore and wife visited J.JO. Which falls upon roses in June. family, near Croppers, Deakino and as we sit in our home, lsst week. I kiss Charles Perkins purchased a tract Ando'er, her sweet lips o'er and of land of 42 acres fromtT. D. Kesler, We bless Dr. Sage in our bliss, the price being $l.b0 per acre. For the joy that he brought to our door. "Wilson Moore and son sold three hogsheads of tobacco at Louisville There is no disease more trying to To-nigh- J. M. Saffkli., Postmaster. C. F. BROWER & CO. Guaranteed Cure. Wo authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition. If .you are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did wo not know that Dr. King's New could be relied on. It novo? disappoints. Trial bottles free at Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. Dis-covcr- Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. t, y Large size 60c. and 1.00. 2 ir , ',v?7"-A-jESZ- Forget that I am selling every day the grade of ESI-ISZat the same PRICE B that cheap seconds are being offered at BEST cost. D-' Bakes, Foils, Faints, Oils and Yamist. s, The largest stock, the lowest price. . GRAY A.GEtTTS, Hardware Merchant JACOB SWIGERT & CO., i3srs-cri5uSL.TraE Have Removed From the Bafzell Building onsr 2vd:AuZ3r s,?:E:E::E!,x,, --H101 MD .102 MN STEEET.KCapital HoteL- - to I - -- Is a dally chronicle in our papers; also tho death of some dear friend, who has diod with Consumption, whereas, if ho or she had taken Otto's ouro for throat and lung diseases in time, life would havo been ilight. rendered happier and perhaps saved. Mr. Green B. Johnson was so un- Hoed tho warning! If you have a or throat fortunate as to havo his kneo dis- coughlungsany affection of tho& Wilcall at Chapman and located last woek. liams' and got a trial bottle free. Mr. Henry Bacon, formerly of this Largo slzo 50o. 20 Chicago. Mrs. Louie Young, of Lexington, is visiting in the city. Mrs. Lizzie Coleman returned to the city last week. Mastor Robert Conway has been on tho sick list this weok. Rev. Credit was absent from tlie city on business this week. Mr. John McOann lost his wife this week. She diod in Louisville. All aro invited to tho meeting of tho Literary Society next Friday J. B. Talbert, J. P. Banks, Minn. North West Chronicle, Robert E. Anderson, Committee. St. Paul, nf th.E short time. They will fill tins space with an entirely new irlrrrtiicMMntIa a A. Horrible ident Railroad Acc- H. D A G, MATTEHU, -- TEES- j M. BE ATT Y, Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agt,, HEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, Powell, Cluy uud other PACTICESIN counties. Seit.6-tr- Question of the Hour 1 CONUNDRUU AT TS THK J. this season of the year, what shall I buy as au appropriate Kaster gift'.' It Is ti Question easy to deculo w lien jou havo seen that choice collection ot Souvenir spoons now on exhibition nt W. the Jeweler, unit jou wil L. COPPERSMITH'S, confess that jou have come to tho right place Mar. 221 St. Clair street. mil u, KY. fauHAtA i . W. J. CHINN, JR 5 Jan.tfO-lr- . 334 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, i Will practice in all State Courts. Of fice second floor, Custom House. .i,.Ui4hi5- - J.W. JiLJdiJltL-H-SjtA.''ti.nJJ,-ii- . u.jWJLx. L ....a-- Z w (J lMCil"fcCL3r3a. "7l7'o,groxi3- - SELLING OUT AT COST! 3MEsi,xrc?!n. 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, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All oods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Mrs. W. H. Jeffries is visiting relatives in Louisville. Mrs. Sam D. Johnson is visiting relatives in Lexington. Mrs. John T. Buckley and son, Willie, spent Monday in Louisville. Miss Rose Crittenden returned Sunday from a visit to Louisville. Miss Kate Green is the guest of Mrs. Grant Green, jr., in Louisville. Miss Ruth Stanton leaves next week for Mt. Sterling to visit rela- On 30-feJta- L t ii; 6 i: m w C. E. COLLINS & BRO., w Opposite the Farmers Bank. tives. Miss Ohristene Reynolds left Tuesday evening for Lexington to visit Miss Clay. Miss Ready, of Louisville, is visit- ing her sister, Mrs. Geo. B. Salender, in this city. Mr. James G. Dudley attended the McDowell-Bulloc- k wedding at Lexington Tuesday. Miss Jessie Richards, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Rebecca Johnson, on Campbell street. Miss Nellie Burnett, of Shelbyville, is visiting Miss Rebecca Johnson, on Campbell street. Miss Cordelia Lindsey returned last week from an extended visit to Greenville, Miss. Mrs. Henry Owsley, of Spring spent Tuesday with her Station, father in this city. , Messrs. Will Ely, Edmond Taylor and Sherwood Major left Tuesday for Nashville, Tennessee. Miss Stite's Duvall attended the Tlie Good Old Times. ll wedding in LexBy local applications, as they cannot ington Tuesday evening. reach the diseased portion of the ear. "Then times were good, There is only one way to cure deafSyraMrs. F. T. Brooks and son, of Merchants cared not a rush ness, and that is by constitutional cuse, New York, are visiting her For any other fare, remedies. Deafness is caused by an Than Johny cake and mush. inflamed condition of the mucous father Capt. Sam. Sanders. But now times have changed, and lining of Tube. When W. Pugh, of Philo, Illi- tho plain and simple fair of the fore- the tubethe Eustachian you have a Mrs. John gets inflamed nois, is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. B fathers is done away with. Patent rumbling sound.br imperfect hearing, flour, and high seasoned food, and and when it is entirely closed deafHolmes, on Wapping street. strong drinks, have taken its place, ness is tho result and unless the inMrs. Harvey McDowell, of Oynthi-ana- , and, as a result, dyspepsia, impure flammation can be taken out and this is visiting her siBter, Mrs. Capt. blood, and diseases ot tnestomacii, tube restored to its normal condition, liver and lungs are numerous. This hearing will be destroyed forever; Steele, on Wapping street. great change has led one of the most nine cases out of ten are caused by Mrs. R. A. Black, of Cincinnati, is noted physicians of the ago to study catarrh, which is nothing but an invisiting her daughter, Mrs. George out a remedy for these modern dis- flamed condition of she mucous sureases, which he has named Iub "Gold- face. W. Reason, on St. Clair street. en Medical Discovery." Dr. Pierce in Wo will give One Hundred Dollars found a cure for for any case of deafness (caused by Miss Kate Pilkinton, who has been this remedy-havisiting her aunt, Mrs. McDowell, in Dyspepsia, Bronchitis, Asthma, Con- catarrli) that we cannot cure by sumption, in its early stages, and taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for Oynthiaha, has returned home. "Liver Complaints." circulars, lrco. Mr. W. Leslie Collins is lying very F. J. OHEENEY & CO., O. O. F. Anniversary. I. Toledo, O. ill at his home on the L. & N. Rail6 road, about three miles west of this Capital Lodge No. 6, I. O. O. F., B6J- Sold by druggists, 75c. city. will celebrate the 73d anniversary Fell Through the Joists. Mr. Syl. Meek, of Louisville, spent of the order next Tuesday evening, several days in this city the first of the 26th inst., at their lodge room in Little Jesse, son of Mr. Jesse P. the week visiting his sister, Mrs. the Temple on St. Clair street. Ap- Williams, was playing with some Richard Church. propriate addresses will be delivered companions about the new building Pago left Wednesday by different members of the order, of Mr. Sam Parrent, on Campbell Miss Mary morning for a short visit to Mrs. J. and the programme will close with street, Thursday afternoon, when he T. Gaines, at Oresent Hill, near a banquet. Excellent music has been undertook to walk tho joists of tho Louisville. secured for the occasion. Visiting front porch and fell between two of Mrs. Maggie Clark, of Lexington, brothers are cordially invited to at- them, cutting an ugly gash in his forehead. camo down Friday afternoon and tend. m remained until Wednesday, the guest For a number of years I have been For years the editor of the Burlingof her cousin, Mrs. Goo. A. Lewis, subject to violent attacks of inflam- ton Junction (Mo.,) Post has been submatory rheumatism which generally ject to cramp colio or fits of indiges421 Second street. lasted about two months. On the tion, which prostrated him for severMr. John Stewart, of Louisville, is first of this month I was attacked in al hours and unfitted him for busivisiting his parents, Dr. J. Q. A, the knee and suffered severely for ness for two or three days. For the he has been of Stewart and wife, at the Feeble- two days, when I procured a bottle re- tho past year Colic. Cholera using and Chamberlain's Ohamberlaln's 1'ain uaim ana ic minded Institute. lieved me almost instantly. I there- Diarrhoea Remedy whenever occasion Mrs. D. L. May, of Elizabethtown, fore most cheerfully recommend it to required, and it has invariably given him prompt relief. 25 and 50 cent who arrived on Friday last and will bo those where. are simularly afflicted bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, DrugR. D. Whitley, evory with her husband, the Senator from N. C, February, 1888. Mr. gist. Hardin county, at the Capital Hotel, Whitley is a very prominent; man in this place and his disease was very Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorial for a few months. widoly known as ho suffered such The Lexington Leader of Monday severe pain. W. M. Houtson & Oo., Everybody gets tho worth of their said: "Mrs. Dr. William Cheatham, Merchants, Martindale, N. 0. 50 cent money at Frankfort Furniture Manufacturing Company, Ann street, at fV. nnfarl lionnf.v rf T.niiinvUln? Tfl'H. bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, DrugChurch's old stand. John Starks and Mrs. William Rod- -' gist. Bullock-McDowes man, formerly Miss Bettie Stewart, a A Narrow Escape. trio of handsome women, formerly Mr. M. Buskm's delivery wagon from Frankfort, will arrive on the special car from Louisville to was standing in front of Ahler's estab ll wed- lishment on St. Clair street Thursday attend the morning when the 9:30 L. & N. train ding." from Lexington passed down Broad up a House. Will way. The horso attached to the wagon Mr. William Craik is making ar- was a young one, and becoming rangements to build upon the lot he frightened at the train, turned the has recently graded off, at the corner wagon around and started to run. Mr. Busam ran out and attempted to of Campbell and Main street. get into the wagon to catch the reins tho Chamberlain's Cougli for the purpose of stopping over Remedy. horse, when tho vehicle turned and caught him under it. The reins Mr. 0. F. Davis, Editor of The became entangled in tho wagon when Bloomfield, Iowa, Farmer, says: "I can recommend Chamberlain's Cough it went over in such a way as to pull Remedy to all sufferers with colds the horse's head back ugainst his and croup. I have used it in my side and prevent him from running, family for the past two years and but he struggled violently to get have found it the best I ever used for the purposes for which it is intended. loose arid was dragging tho wagon, 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. with Mr. Busam under it, about in W. Gayle, Druggist. the mud. Several persons ran out and caught the horse and Chief of Not Dead Yet. the Fire Department Lee Cohen freezing lifted the wajjon up so that Mr. the Notwithstanding weather and ,heavy frosts we have Busam could'get from under it. The righted,, and as had, it is claimed by some that the vehicle waeth.on as the reins were loosened the fruit is not all killed. They pin their soon made horse another dash to got faith to the saying, that fruit was away, Mr.. Busam, who had by but never known to be killed in leap that timegottren him by the bit, held year. on with a vice-lik- e grip and soon Bowlcs-Goodwi- u. quieted him. Strange to say, neither Mr. Busam, Mr. Claude Bowles and Miss Nellie the horse or wagon were injured, but G. Goodwin were married at the while tho horse's head was held residence of the bride's parents, on against his side he made a noise like Logan street, .Wednesday night, by the bray of a mule, as if in great the Rev. VW. 0. Taylor, of the Baptist pain. Church. They left on the 9:30 train m for a bridal trip to Virginia. Deafness Can't be Cured Bullock-McDowe- . : .""'-- ' rrt ' - j, vy'";' v ' ; Put - ' -3. m "M 26-4- t. R. K. McCLURE ZEaisis VI XjwBG tlxe selected, EJS'Z? and. stools of . - BEST BOOTS, l3IE3IOIHI!S Books, Stationery, Etc. Xn. ZF'ram.lsfbrt. 3a,3s:e a. 3STote of it. m .' .' w. :p m '. King's Royal Germeteur. tho medicine of tho century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wonder of the The beautiful designs of our new medicine world. Based upon tho spring stock of children's Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its ubo. Specifio for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonlo and Blood Are bound to please you, and the Purifier. It is without doubt the PRICES were never most reliable germ destroyer in so LOW. extent that the and to the germ theory Is correct, King's Royal uermeceur is cne remeuy. it is no accident but is tho result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For 10 sale by Chapman & Williams. Many new and pretty things, in all the woods most fashion- ble are daily being placed Sale of Damaged Goods. on our floors. My entire stock of dry goods, notions, laces and embroideries, ZE3. 3c slightly damaged by smoke, will be Court-housOpp. closed out at cost for'cash. May2-lWii. O'Donnbll. Pre-eminont- ly CARRIAGES ox-istan- FURNITURE. Kogrers Mar-tindal- 30-l- Son.. y, e. 30-l- 29-l- 25-t- f. A-i- i y- - Wl. f I! 'I J ' SPRING HATS! 53 "p it inn w M'A s woolen s - SPRING NECKWEAR! ii $ Imported Miles' Nerve and L,Iver sun d. "Domestic V G-ood- s. c- - ". Largest and best assortment we h&ve'ever shown. to have you look at them. Would be pleased .1' .. "$$ HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & CASSELL! Pills. Act on a now principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad tasto, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 80 doses for 25 cents. Samples free nt y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. 45-l- Died at F. M. I. Da-Ti- sj A young man by the name of an inmate of the Feeble-minde- d Institute, died at that institution on mi m Thursday night. The remains were taken to his home in Covington yesterday for interment. m a ml m us To Covington. On acccount of the annual conclave of the Grand Oommandery of Knights Templar, the Kentucky Midland, Bailway will sell round trip tickets to Covington at $2.72 on May 2d and ,3d, good returning until May 7. dustrious, and respectful to all, a true Bon, and faithful friend, he held the respect of white and colored alike, and went to his grave regretted by all who know him. Of a cheerful disposition, he never allowed time to Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy hang heavily on his hands, and was happiest when busily engaged. Ho never married, but devoted himself to the support of his aged mother, and nobly discharged that duty. In the days of the old volunteer fire department he was one of the first at AT "WKOLBSALB PRICES. a fire, working faithfully until the flames were extinguished, and in his last hours he imagined that the Ken You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 tucky River Mills, where he had been less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. employed for the past six or eight years, wore in flames and his inability to extinguish tho fire distressed him SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRTJTCHER & CO. greatly. His funeral took place Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, from StrJohn's Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. A. M. E. Church. Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works HAEHESS AMD PAUM IMPLEMENTS first-clas- BUGGIES, M e. Slilloli's Consumption Cure. X3Z-A-"X- 7'S "3TO"Cr:E3 ZBTTOrGKST IF.A.II&T'X'.EJID.. m m m :mt m MiOl m mi - guarantee, a test which no other Will destroy all Disease Germs, medicine can stand. If you have a infection from all Fevers and all LOUISVILLE New Latlie Received. TOBACCO cough we earnestly ask you to try it. contagious diseases. MARKET. Messrs. Shea & Tanner received Price 10c, 50c. and $1. If your lungs The eminent physician, J.Mari- FURNISHED BY GLOVER & chest or back lame, yesterday from the Now Haven Tool are sore, Porous Plaster. Sold by use on Sims, of New York, says: DURRETT, Shiloh's J. "I LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREH0U8E. Manufacturing Company a fine thirty- W. GAYfcE. 37 am convinced that Prof. Darby's) -six inch lathe, with whioh they Sales on cfur market for tho wfilr rophylacticJf luid is a most valu K. X. Officers. will bo enabled to execute tho heavjustclosed amountto 3,736 hhds., with '' able disinfectant. 21 iest kind of work. They are going receipts ior me same period of 1,948 At the regular annual election of hhds. Sales on our market since Jancapacsteadily along improving the uary 1st amount to 59,850 hhds. Sales officers of Frankfort Oommandery, Will Build a Hall. ity of their machine works and in a of theorop of 1891 on ourmarketto No. 4, Knights Templar, held on short time they will be second to Thursday evening, the following Sir Tho Young Men's Institute, of this date 51,317 hhds. The sales on our market jjono in tho State. Knights were chosen for the ensuing city, a secret organization composed were lighter than for some this week time past year: of members of the Catholic Ohuroh, owing to the recent unfavorable conDeatli of Vol. Foote. Geo. A. Lewis, Eminent Comman- are agitating the question of erecting ditions for handling tho crop and wo Mr. Volnoy W. Foote, Superinten- der. a handsome building on one of our aro glad to bo able to report a decided improvement during the week in dent of the Kenyon Hotel Restauprincipal business streets. Bon T. Farmer, Generalissimo. inoJ, prices for the medium and good rant, died suddenly at his homo on G. R. Sneed, Captain General. purposes to put up a three-stor- y grades ;ot burley leaf. Wo therefore Cross street Saturday afternoon, just Jacob Swigert, Prelate. structure, with business rooms on ohange quotations to some extent on .after one o'clock, with heart disease. the first floor and offices or flats in suoh grades. John Bradley, Senior Warden. The following quotations fairly Tho deceased was born at Paris and Vernon L. Clark, Junior Warden. the second, while tho third story represent our market for burley came to this city to reside about will contain a hall to bo used for tho tobacco, crop of 1891. V. A. Kaltenbrun, Treasurer. twenty years ago. Ho was a purpose of the organization. The Trash (dark) or damaged M. P. Gray, Recorder. tobacco 4 00 of officer Henry Brown, and membership of the Y. M. I. is large? Common Colory trash... 2 00 Sam. J. Shea, Standard Bearer. 3 50 5 00 loaves a widow and two children to Geo. W. Wilder, Sword Bearer. their treasury in a flourishing condi- Medium to good colory mourn his loss. trash 4 50 6 50 tion and there is no reason why J. W. Pruett, Warder. Tho funeral took place from his 5 00 tho movement should not bo carried Common lugs not colory 3 50 Gus. Schaefer, Captain of Guard. Medium to good colory lato residence Sunday afternoon at Tho Grand Oommandery of Ken- to a successful termination. lugs 6 00 10 00 3 o'olock, and tho remains wore in- tucky will meet in annual conclave Common Colory lugs 4 50 7 00 hered in tho Cemetery. at Covington on Wednesday wook, People's Parti- Conven- - Common to medium leaf 7 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf. 10 00 14 00 tion. May 4th, and quito a number of the Good to fine leaf. 14 00 20 00 Happy Hooslers. Sir Knights of Frankfort OommanTho People's Party, of Franklin Select or wrappery Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of Ida dery will attend. 20 00 tobacco 25 00 county, will hold a Mass Convention ville, Ind., writes: "Elootrio Bittera at tho Court Houso on tho 20th inst., has done more for me than all other Tho Frankfort Furniture Manufacmedicines combined for that bad The promptness and certainty of at 2 p. m., for tho purpose of nomi.feeling arising from I'.idney and its cures have made Chamberlain's nating candidate, for Circuit Court turing Company will have special Xivor trouble." John Leslie, farmer Cough Remedy famous. It is intend- Clerk and Sheriff for Franklin county. sale days for furniture, Monday, And stockman, of same place, says: ed especially for coughs, and is the A full attendance of all who March 28th, and each succeeding day, 'Find Eleotrio Bitters to bo tho best most effectual remedy known for expect to affiliate with tho party is Ann street, opposite Capital Ho Kidney and Liver meToino. Made me these diseases. 25 and 50 cent bot- desired. tel. feel like a now man." J. W. Gardner, tles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. By order of . W. B. Bridgeford, hardware morohant, bamo town, says: Electric Bitters is just tho thing for a County Chairman. man who is all run down and don't Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Frank Pefper, care whether he lives or dies; ho Socrotary. found now strength, good appetite OF THE LATE MRS. Great Triumph. THE HOUSEstreet, between Shelby WING ATE, Third and felt just like ne had a .now lease und Main A on life. 6niy50o. a bottle, at P. H. Instant relief experienced and a Bucklen's Aruica Salve. streets, South Frankfort. undnew house with nil nioderu Improvements containing seveu The bestsalve in the world foi rooms. Carpenter's Drug Store. 2 permanent ouro by tho most speedy April w. U. POSEY. and greatest romody in tho world-Ot- to's Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt George Straus Dead. ouro for throat and lung Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, WM. diseases. Why will you continue to Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns n Goorge Straus, a color- irritate your throat and lungs with hacking when ed citizen, died at the rosidonco of that terrible Williams cough furnish and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W Chapman & will his mother on Clinton street, Satur- you a froo sample bottle of thiB groat tively cures Piles, or no pay reIt is guaranteed to give RJSAI, JBSTATJ3 AGJSNT. day afternoon, aftor an illness of only guaranteed romody? Its success is quired simply wonderful, as your druggists perfect satisfaction, or money re throo days, aged about 49 yoars. WlLjli rUACTICB IN THK COURTS OI toll you. Otto's and adjoining and Having known him since his boyhood, willevery town andeuro is now Bold funded. Price 25 cents per box. mil aUO KITS IDAClMtheattention, to thA purohaii village on this For sale by SouthSide in drug store, KS fU' J "wo can bear testimony to his worth continent. Sample froo. Largo bot, claim yv MVVfwwu VI lUUil ! P. H. Carpenter. 29 as a man and a citizen. Honest, in- - tles 50o. lnn3B.1t m This is beyond question the most CATARRH REMEDY. successful Cough Medicine we have A marvelous cure for Catarrh, ever sola, a tew aoses lnvanaoiy Darby's Prophylactic Diphtheria, Canker mouth and euro the worst cases of Cough, Use it in every sick-rooWill Headache. With each bottle there Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonis an ingenious nasal Injector for the derful success in the cure of Con- keep the atmosphere pure and more successful treatment of these sumption is without a parallel in the wholesomejremoving all bad odors complaints without extra charge. history of Since its first from any source. Price 60c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 3T discovery medicine. it has been sold on a SHILOH'S March 26-t- r Lost Somewhere between the For Rent My houso in South pumping scation on tho Lawronce- - Frankort. seven rooms and kitchen. urg pike and Bellenoinfc. a branding All in good repair. Possession given hammer with the letter P upon it. about March 20. Finder will please return the same 26-Guy Barrett. to W. L. Pence, Bellopoint and be t. rewarded. tl 33-l- Public Sale. OP THE AS EXECUTORwill offer nt LATE GEN. SCOTT Brown, I public sale, at tha Court Houso door In the city of "Frankfort, ba Monday.tMay 2,11892. the following personalty, t: r 12 shares of stock In the'Lane's Mill and LUt! Benson Turnpike Company, 13 shares of stock In the Frankfort and Lawrenceburg Turnpike Company. 2 shares of Fanners Bank stock. 1 share or stock In the Franklin. Anderson and Salvlsa Fair Association. 1 share of stock In Farmdale and Bridgeport Turnpike Company. R. BROWN. April Executor of S. Brown, decfd. t. 1 son-in-la- w PssesmcdheMI W mm rVQM 111 KENDALL'S discov- ered, as It blister. Tho Most Successful Remedy ever Is certain In Its effects and docs not ; Read proof below Kendall's Spavin Cure. Littlb Rock, Ark., Aug. 26, "DO. Da. H. J. Kekdall Co.: Uents It Is with tho Rrcatest satisfaction that I Inform you that I hnvociired tho followlngdlseases: Mvcciioy.HlioiildcrJoInt I.iiiiiciiL'MH.Stlflo j.imiioul'hm in luiui j.iiiuuui'fiM, nnui'-uoi- i, Foro lont. I am working on Ulii-JiilLnnienuMM and will euro thnt nil with Kendall's Spavin Cure. It H tho beat Liniment for manor beast I ha vocor usetl. I recommend tt to all horse owners. Horses thntlhnvo worked on ure vuluable, but without your Liniment would be worthless. I lmvo friends who used It for SprniiiH and JtruiNCM and cur-them. Thoy say It H tho best they over used. Yours truly, E. U. 8. WELLS. nt d 29-l- 30-lm- For Rent. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Spavin euro a lloiio Suiivln uf seven years stand ln nearly as Iaro u a lieus exx and completely stopped tho liimoncxs and removed tho enlarge ment. Have worked th horso very hard ever slnci', ho never has shown any lameness neither can I sou any difference lu tho size of tho hook. Yours truly, F. COOLliY. Monto Visto, Colo., Deo. St, 18S9. Dn. D. J. Kesidali. Co., Enosburgh Fulls, Vt.: Gents-I- ii tint year 1S3I I treated with Kendall's 23-t- CROMWELL. well-know- a v l'rieo $1 per bottle, or ttlx bottles for $5. All ilrti'jilittt lmvo it or can yet it for you, or It will bo sent to any on receipt ofjirtco by tho proprieml-ilrc- sa -- 5-- iy ,""P tors, OR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Aug. My, Falls, Vermont. rmni WlMiHI h f means adopted by some The Engine Ran Away. huntors and fishermen and pledging Quite ajsorionsjaccidont occurred at the convention to do all in its power at Frankfort, Kentucky, to have such violators punished. lalered at the tho saw-mi- ll of Messrs. T. J. Gongle-to- n as mailable matter. & Bro. on Monday afternoon, Attorney General W. J. Hondrick, Om. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. Judge G. W. Craddock, and Col. J. about 3 o'clock. A set scrow in tho Fry Lawrenco mado addresses per- shut ofi' valvo of tho engine worked tinent to tho occasion, urging educa- loose and got under the governor FRANKFORT, APR. 23, 18D2. tion of public sentiment in the pro- valvo, causing tho engine to run away tection and porservation of fish and and send the machinery spinning game, will generally The Tlie FIsU and Game Club. accure advantages that and reasons along at lightning speed.badly shaftto tho people, ing all ovor the mill was bent, ef- tho and Children for boxing of the main shaft torn out, The meeting of the Kentucky Fish why Kentucky should use every with tho United pulleys stripped from tho shaft und nnd Game Club hold in this city on fort to "CMtorlftis bo well adapted to children thtX Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Tuesday was a great success in every States Government in tho purpose belts broken. Mr. George Phillips, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, I recommond ltaa superior to any prescription for which thousands of dollars are one of the employes, was struck in Kills Worms, givea Bleep, and promotes d particular. The committes ofrecoption known to mo." II. A. Arcoxk, M. D., paction, Without injur! ous medication. Ill So, Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. appointed by the Frankfort Club met annually spent in stocking waters of mouth by a large piece of a flying pulley, four of his teeth were knockthe delegates at the trains as they ar- this State with fish for food. " "The use of 'Castoria' Is so universal and yourFor several ' years I have recommended rived in the morning, and escorted A resolution was offered by Mr. J ed out and he was badlv bruinnd ' Castoria, and shall always continue to Its merits so well known that it seems a work L. Waggoner, urging the Legislature about the head and face. are the do so as It has invariably produced beneficial of supererogation to endorse it. Few them, with a band of music, to the City Tho intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results." Hall, where they were provided with to pass the bill now before it calcu- balance of the hands ran out of the within easy reach." Edwin F. Pardeb, M. D., Carlos Mawtyw, D.D., "Tho Wlntfarop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., badges, and at 12 o'clock a prelimina- lated to protect the fish. Mr. S. R. mill and escaped unhurt. Tho steam New York City. New York City. Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church. ry meeting was held at the Court Smith, of this city, moved that a was shut off as soon as possible, precommittee be appointed to draft venting further damage. house, at which the following temlooking to a permaTan CKirrAtm Cootaht, 77 MoniUT Stiibkt, New York. suitable Mr. Wm. Congleton had quite a porary organization was effected: nent organization for a State Fish narrow escape. He was showing a The club was called to order by Maj. J. Fry Lawrence, of Louisville, and Game Club. Which was adopted Lexington gentleman through the President of the Fish and Qame and S. R. Smith, Attorney General mill and the two wero standing in the Feb. Hendrick, Judge Thos. H. Hines, B. basement right beside one of the Club in that city. prayer was offered by C. Milam, J. Fry Lawrence, Gip large pulleys which, a moment after After which Berry, and J. F. Turner were named they had left, burst into fragments. Rev. George Darsie. Mr. Jonah Wagers, a gentleman from Maj. J. Fry Lawrence was then as said committee. Co. On motion, Messrs. E. B. Sinclair, Estill county, who had brought some temporary Chairman, and H. elected G. Poore and M. P. Gray logs down C. Murray, of this city, temporary Thomas tho river, was in the mill were named as a committee to con just previous to the accident. When Secretary. Maj. Lawrance, after his election, sider tho advisability of an encamp- the crash came he leaped out the rear made a short address, setting forth ment of the State club in tho fall to end of the mill and has not been Sale Rooms on seen since. It is generally supposed the objects for which the clubs are fish and hunt. It was moved and adopted that the that he jumped into tho liver. organized. auThe mill was injured to the extent On motion, the following commit Louisville and Frankfort clubs be thorized to appoint a committee to of about fino hundred dollars, but tees were appointed: Committee on permanent organiza draft a game bill to be presented to will be in operation again on Monday. Messrs. Shea & Tanner have a tion H. 0. Forsmau, Chairman; L. the General Assembly for passage. Huber, T. H. Hines, W. J. Owsley, After a resolution of thanks to the force of hands employed in making Frankfort club was adopted by a the necessary repairs Evan Rogers. expect to rising vote, the convention ad- have everything in and Resolutions John Fowler, Thos. G. shape by that is Poore, Fred. Lazeras, J. N. Unthank, journed to meet when a day to fixed time. draft hereafter by the committee H. Fachman, M. D. Averill, Thos. L. for permanent organization. SEE BND PRICES, SET To Marry in Mt. Sterling:. GALL Forman.. Judge G. W. Craddock moved that Pure and Wholesome Mr. Thomas B. Rodman, of this the Frankfort Club telegraph to Elk-hor-n Quality city, and Miss Laura Lindsey, of Mt. to have an extra ptft of burgoo cooked for Maj. J. Fry Lawrence. Commends to public approval the Sterling, will be married at the differ- California liquid laxative remedy, Christian Church in that city on WedAfter all the members of the DISTILLERY, NOW ent clubs had registered, the meeting Syrup of Pigs. It is pleasant to the nesday evening next, the 27th inst. A SMALL in operation, for sale cheap. Only $4,000- adjourned to meet at the Midland taste and by acting gently on the The following will be the attendants: A r"u uiugaiu. Appiy iu M. T. MITCHELL, Little Miss Amanda Thompson, depot at 2 o'clock, and after the kidneys, liver and bowels to cleanse Jan. Frankfort, Ky. return from Elkhorn to meet in the tho system effectually, it promotes Maid of Honor. Flower Girls-Mis- ses evening at 8 o'clock. Anna Laura Drake and the health and comfort of all who $100 REWARD- Trimble, of Mt. Sterling. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon the UBe it, and with millions it is the best First Bridesmaid Miss Ruth Stanton, members of the Club, members of the and only remedy. t. HTHKRE WAS STOLEN FROM MY POCKETS-of this city. Bridesmaids Misses Legislature, Judges of the Court of on the streets of Frankfort; ,on Monday,. K KvirV February 1, ltt2, four hundred and eighteen Appeals and Superior Court took a Commissioners Appointed. Anna Johnson, Mary Magowan, dollars In money und a fine gold open case wutcn Stella Thompson, of Mt. Sterling, Bpecial train, on the Kentucky Midand chain. I will pay the above reward for tho arrest and conviction of the thief. land for Elkhorn, where a pot of Gov. Brown sent the following ap- and Macey White, of Paris. Best A. J. SHOWALTER. Feb.e-tf- . burgoo had been prepared, and of pointments to the Senate on Monday, Man Mr. Joe Rodman, of this city. which the large crowd present par- and they were promptly confirmed: Groomsmen Messrs. John Rodman Urey and Ed. Stanton, of this city; Railroad Commissioners took and still thore was soup enough Woodson, of Owensboro; 0. C. R. A. Chiles and Richard Apperson, Both the method and results when left to feed a much larger crowd. B. of Mt. Sterling. Ushers Mesbrs. W. Syrup of Figs ia taken; it is pleasant of Springfield, and 0. After partaking of the soup the 0. Hoffman, R. G. Kern, T, J. Bigstaff and refreshing to the taste, and acts hunters present shot numerous Poyntz, of Maysville. gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Commissioners Dr. and W. B. White, of Mt. Sterling. World's Pair matches at blue rock pigeons. Liver and Bowels, cleanses sysn-- i A reception will be given them at tem effectually, dispels colds,the Frankfort, Ky. ThoBe not interested in the shoot- John D. Clardy, of Christian; Young head E. Allison, of Louisville; W. H. the home of the bride immediately aches and fevers and cures habitual ing match visited the stables of Mr of Louisville; John W. Yerkes, after the ceremony, and on Thurs- constipation. Syrup of Figs is the R. C. Church and took a look at his of Danville, and J. D. Black, of day the happy young couple will only remedy of its kind 'ever pro- ORCHARD, LAWN y fine trotting stallions Electrotype come to this city to reside. and Aparka and the fine string of Barbourville. duced, pleasing to the taste and acm mt The young trotters he is handling. Mr. and accom stomach, prompt in Col. Milward. plishedbride is a beautiful a neice of ceptable to thetruly beneficial in its 1872, 1892V Death of GARDEN. young lady and its action and Church did all in his power to make their stay pleasant and agreeable, Col. Hubbard Kavanaugh Milward, Mrs. H. T. Stanton, of this city, effects, prepared only from the most throwing open his private office for for eleven years Postmaster at Lex- while the groom is one of our most healthy and agreeable substances, its IMMENSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN". 1 tal their reception and setting out re- ington, previous to 1886, died at his prominent young business men a many excellent qualities commend it plants. trees, small fruits, shrubs, vinos and to all and have made it the most freshments. home in that city Tuesday morning member of the firm of J. L. Rodman popular remedy known. PBICES 3077-- The stable of Messrs. Bowen & of paralysis, of which he sustained &Son, dry goods merchants. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Holton, near by, were visited and two strokes, one a year or so ago and our profits ceaser whore and $1 bottles by all leading drug- We have no agents and and strawberry catalogues theirs begin. General their fine stallion Inglewood and the other about ten days before his Convict Caught. gists. Any reliable druggist who on application to young trotters also inspected. H. F. HILLENMEYER. death. Col. Milward was a gallant may not have it on hand will pro- Feb. Lexington, Ky, James Hendricks, or "Red" Hen- cure it promptly forOthers walked over on South Elk- Union soldier, being one of the first any one who horn and took a look at the splendid Kentuckians to enlist and served dricks as he was known, a convict wishes to try it Do not accept any stone dam which stands there as a throughout the war, rising from pri- sent up from Louisville for robbing substitute. monument to the enterprise and vate to the rank of Colonel. At the street car drivers, managed to get energy of the late A. W. Macklin, time of his death he was cashier of hold of a suit of citizen's clothes, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. i while others took surreys, drove to the National Exchange Bank. He Friday afternoon of last week, new york, n.y. Lowsviue. xr. H Black's Pond and succeeded in catch- leaves a widow and three children-t- wo shed his Btripes and ran away r,mmmmrnmmm ai h i.'pa-ing a few fish. daughters and one son to mourn irom ine .renitenuary warenouse on 43 K f f tlft High street, where he was at work. Elkhorn was too full and muddy his loss. Peace to his ashes. to admit of fishing in its waters, but He made his way to LaGrange on Sunday, stopped at the restaurant the visiting fishermen were delighted Will Look After It. at the sight of such an elegant stream near the Station in that place, and In reply to a letter inclosing the was seen by Town Marshal, John bass fishing. for rl ' r At 5:30 the train pulled out for this memorial and resolutions adopted at Harlan, of that place to board a the mass meeting of citizens of this freight train which was just pulling Dr. E. C. West's Nerve city, and the excursionists retu rned and Brain Treatment, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzihighly pleased with their trip, hav- - city and county, in relation to the out for Louisville. ness. Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia. THE 8HORTEST AND QUICKE8T ingepentthe afternoon very pleasant- St. Clair street bridge, Hon. W. 0. P. Tho Marshal followed him onto tho Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental De ly. Notwithstanding the weather Breckinridge, our Representative in train and succeeded in having it pression, softening of the Brain resulting In InCongress, has written the following: stopped below Anita Sptings. Hen- sanity and leading to misery, decay and death, (reorgeiown to Sew was eeoLandlisagreeablo, the Age, Barreness, Loss of Power Premature Qeo. A. Lewis, Esq., Frankfort, Ky: dricks jumped from the train and In either sex,Old Involuntary Losses and Spermaalong the trip out and by My Dear Sir: Yours 15th Cifee rpportanity Time, 25 Hours. to stretch their enclosing the resolutionofoftho mass started across the country toward torrhoeaorcaused overexertion of the brain, Koch box contains a month's the river. Marshal Harlan deputized one 15.00, treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes Uihewa8 bo Inviting after they got meeting in the city of Frankfort SOLID VE8TIBULED TRAINS. by mall prepaid on receipt of price. sent for the bridge over the Kentucky breakesman of the train Hogan, 'there, anany of the members of the The shortest and quickest, I will WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. Legislature regretted that such a trip river has been received. tho file and followed the convict, who was petition enclosed in tho letter headed at a cross road a short dis- To any us waa not offered more frequently. orderrecelved and try to bring the matter to the tance below by John Hugh White-side- for cureboxes,case. With eachwith $5.00, we bywill Georgetown to Jacksonville, Afe six accompanied The Club reassembled at the Court- attention of the House when the send the purchaser our writ ten guarantee to reTime, 26 Hours. A desperate struggle followed fund the money If the treatment does not effect house at 8 o'clock in the evening River and Harbor Bill is under cona cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE also consult Solid Vestlbuled Trains, The Short line be- & GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, when the following business was sideration. I willand Carlisle Sena-to in which Hendricks was knocked tween Cincinnati and as tors Blackburn down. Tho prisoner was taken back rjuuuiuii, aj, Lkxinqton, Kr., Time, 2 Hours, transacted: what steps it will be best to take, Knoxville, Tenn., to LaGrange and brought to this city After prayer by Rev. J. McOusky Yours truly, APUKVILLK, N. U., 17 " CHATTANOOOA.TKNN., in the afternoon by Marshal Harlan Wm. 0. P. Breckinridge. 11 Blayney the Committee on Permanent ATLANTA, Gi., 15 BIRMINUHAH, ALA.. and Detective Lat Hitt. Tho reward Organization reported the name of " 10 Direct Connections at New OrleansandShrer I Hon. 0. A. Board, of Scott county, Oil cheerfully recommend Salvation of 100 was promptly paid. We will pay tho nbove reward for any case of port for Texas, Mexico and California. sprains. Wo chilblains Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick neadajho, InLeave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Rallwar II. 0. havefortested it at and for permanent chairman; homo for these digestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot v!aGeori5etown6:45a.m.;arrlveOlnolnnatllO:2& cure with West's Veeetuble Liver Pills, when the a. m. Quicker than any other Hue. Next to getting married, probably Murray, of this city, for permanent troubles, and throe applications gave They are All trains arrlv directions are strictly compiled Scretary, and Joseph Pierman, of ontiro relief in each case. It's the tho most important duty .the ordina- purely Vegetable, und never fallwith. satisfac- jepot, Cincinnati.lit flAnurf frnm f!AntrnlfTnlnn to give o ry man has to perform in a boss liniment. jror Rates . Maps , no. . anaro s t tion. Sugar Coated , Large boxes, containing SO Louisville, Sorgeant-at-ArmBewarjof counterfeits Pills, 25 E. T. CHARLETON. J. J. Norfolk, (of J. J.Norfolk & is to run for a bottle of Dr. Bull's tations. cents, genuine manufactured and imiD only by reThe T A., Chattanooga, t The Committee on Resolution Cough Syrup when the baby has tho THE JOHN C. WE8T COMPANY, CHICAGO. D.MILLER, Bro.,) D. . EDWAHDff, croup. 60 S. Charles St., Baltimore, Md. ported a resolution condemning the ILL. For sale by ull druggist. Traf. Mug, Cincinnati, O. - 9 P. & A.T' FMMFOftT ROUNDABOUT, post-oBlc- unlawful e second-clas- s Infants te by-la- 13-l- y. Ffffiiori Furniture Blailacfurii )! . Have opened Ann Street, near Christian Church. by-la- Hi JlJPtflGg :lEa FOR SALE. SOUR-MAS- 23-t-f. Mar-garet- te 30-4- 1 V Mc-Ohor- d, Hot't. B. Franklia Du-lane- y, 20-S- m - fl MLmmm 111. 5ic M . irri .ciamlpuMi scene-4y.maso- im, self-abu- se con-corni- s. $500 Reward! life-tim- s. p-- 10-l-r. kua&jiuiritfiuk, SjOHBHIb 7 r;P We begin the new year with a more complete line of goods than ever oelore. Jr1 " O JbS 1 3 Buggies, Phaetons, Surrys and! Road Oarts in many styles. 9 A full line of HAND-MADE HARNESS, All prices. WAGON HARNESS,PLOW GEAR, and variety of SADDLES. Jlfcsss. Masin Bros.: Gentlemen: After having used the Oliver and other Chilled Plows for years, we were induced to try the VULCAN, and without hesitation pronounce it the strongest, lightest draft, and the easiest handling plow we have ever used. No one will make a mistake in buying it. Very respectfully, la all sizes. Of every description and repairs for same. Planters, Cultivators, &c. Harrows, Seed Sowers, Corn ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS, W. II. LEWIS, W. J. A. W. MACKLIN, WM. JONES. J. C. & R. W. NOEL, SIDNKY BEDFORD. BOWENA 1IOLTON, JOHN GODDARD. ED WILEY, m- l- What we advertise you will find we keep. And we are sure that we can make it to your interest to call and see us. 3ME.4k.s:x,x:Nr FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT BV. IBXt-O- S m r &- feu, FRANKFORT, APR. 23, 18U2. TIME TABLE. . The following timo table is now in effect upon the L. fc N. rond: TBAINS WEST. No.231eavesFrnnkfort No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort No lflleaves Frankfort TBAINBEABT. N o . 18 a. m 3:00 p. m U:40 5:50 a. m 7:38 p.m. a.m. No. 24 armea Frankfort No. 22 leaven Frankfort Noa. 23, 17 and 21 connect nt Lagraage for Cincinnati. Noi. 23 and 21 connect nt Anohorage for Bloomfleld Branch. W. W. Alkxandeb, eavos Frankfort No. 20 loaveB Frankfort 1 .... .... 10:10 4:35 7.48 0:15 p. m. p. jn. p. m. Agent. Death of Mrs. Escott. Mrs. Lettie Lemon Escott died at the home of her husband in Louisville on Sunday, Mrs. Escott will be remembered as Miss Lottie Lemon, a beautiful and popular young lady who made her home here with her uncle, the late Col. D. Howard Smith, while he was Auditor of State. Stephens, on Cross street. The deceased was the widow of the late Col. W. A. Qorham and the only surviving daughter of the late Capt. Robert Collins, than whom there was no better known citizen of this county in his day. She was born near Bridgeport, this county, in 1817, and consequently was in her 75th year at the time of her death. In 1832 she was married to Col. Qorham, the fruit of their union being nine children, five of whom, together with forty-thre- e grandchildren and twenty-seve- n survive her. After seeing a large family grow up around her and becomo she turned her attention to caring for the sick and afflicted and many a dying pillow has been smoothed by her gentle touch. Of a cheerful temperament, she carried sunshine wherever she went and her's was ever a welcome face in the sick room. For many years she had been a member of the Baptist Church, and in her last hours she was sustained by with the hope of a joyous theloved ones gone before in the beautiful hereafter. ' The funeral took place Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of her daughter, the services being conducted by Rev. W. O. great-grandchildre- n, self-sustainire-uni- on That Dr. Walter's Superior skill and ability is recognized by the pe ople of this city and county, is best shown by his continual increased practice. His cures are something wonderful. Read his large advertisement in another column of his return visit at the Capital Hotel, Friday, April 29. Why Don't You Stop Coughing before the entire mucous membrane lining the air passage leading to the lungs becomes inflamed, as it surely will bo from a cough neglected. There is but one Ml. Mi"tl'irM1nMTBAPE "AnK- -:- E3K-A.aix,xo.AJL JAY EYE SEE of Jay-Eye-Se-e) WMsm o'ery known remedy, I removedii a largo Hunch -01 Vwo years standing, from u year old ally, " wlU. three applications of Mn. J. I. Case, (Hickory Grovo Farm, homo 5 Hncine, Wis., tuys: "Alter trying QUiNN'S OINTNEUT, j 11 Is of. We tho best preparation I have ever used or hrnrd 2 1 heartily recommend it to ull Horsemen." 2 have hundreds 0 such testimonials. Prlcc.Sl.50 per bottle. Ask yourdrueglstforlt. If ho does not ke.'plt,keii(Un2jc,stauip8orsllver,fortrlalJiox. AV. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. remedy that gives instant relief and cures quickly. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure cures every kind of cough from a simple cold to incipient consumption. 25 and 50c bottles at Carpenter's South Side drug store. 1 i EDWARD CLAASSEN, Plumber, Gas Steam Fitter Broke a Rib. - Dr. Hale's Household Tea Is the ppreat blood purifier and nerve tonic. It acts upon all the secretions of the system, enabling the liver and kidneys to perform their proper functions, giving tone and strength to the nervous system, a certain cure for dyspepsia. Twb months' treatment for 50c. Get a free sample at Carpenter's South Side 1 drug store. m Taylor. Beu. D. Bell, Sale of Express Goods. . The United Express Company will sell at public sale on Monday week, May 2d, at their office in tbiB city, a large lot of goods unclaimed by the parties to whom they were shipped. There may be some great bargains obtained at this sale, and you want to remember the date. Gibuey, Gordon & Glbney. Tho Qibney, Gordon and Gibney Company, which appears at the Opera House next week, is one of best organizations that has ever visited this city. The company have a nightly change of bill of the best plays, and the prices are within the reach of all. Manager Gaines is to be congratulated on securing the troupe for tho coming week. Go and take your wives, sisters, cousins and aunts and enjoy yourselves. DruggiBt, of Lexington, Ky., says bruised. that Dr. Hale's Household remedies (consisting of Dr. Hale's Household Georgetown. Shown Cough Cure, Dr. Hale's Household Ointment and Dr. Hale'B Household On Monday last court day the Tea) are the best sellers he has ever following stallions from this county had in his store. This is owing to the great merit of these popular were exhibited at Georgetown: remedies. They invariably give Hinder Wilkes, 2:20, by Red Wilkes; great satisfaction, save many doctors' dam Lady Almont W. J. & W. H. and work wonderful cures. Everybody should use them. 25 and Lewis, Woodlake. 60c. sizes at Carpenter's South Side Pretender, 1453, by Dictator, 113; I drug store. Benoni, 6081, record dam Winona. at 3 years 2:28, by Pretender, 1453; Dr. BlibS' Purchase. dam Sport-- S. Black &; Son, FrankRepublican-Time- s fort. The Springfield, Ohio, Thirty-tw- o others were also on of Saturday says: "The eleexhibition. gant and spacious residence of the r late William Fobs, at No. 123 East Midst of Safety In High street,J has been transferred to Danger. Dr. T. F. Bliss to be converted by This wou'd seem a contradiction :b so. In has proved But to the him to the use of his Eye and Ear fact, possibility.eye. Tnke experience of the Inthe case Its Hospital. Tho consideration paid dividual who dwells In a malarious region. Is certain defense was $11,000 and the purchaser will A robust constitution chills.no What is? Reagainst the dreaded possession. a period little take immediate corded testimony, covering of half a century, proves Dr. Bliss will visit this city Tuos-da- y short Stomuch Bitters Is precisely that Hostelthis. This ler's not and Wednesday next, on which continent does provedlimit the held where the Us efflcacy. In South medicine has ............ oocasion he can be found at the Capi- JUUCllctl, mo .oiiiiiiiw . disIn fact where mlsama-bortal Hotel by anyone wishing to con- everywhere; on Its most obstinate and formidease takes types, the Bitters sult him with regard to diseases of able Illimitable demand,Is a recognized speclllo and Srescrlbed by In eye and ear. physicians ot repute. Potent, too, Is It In disthe Mr. John Will. Johnson, of this -AND DEALER IN- city, distiller for Messrs. E. H. Taylor, Jr., & Sons, at the "Old Taylor Distillery" on Glens Creek, was walking between the riqks of barrels in the warehouse Friday afternoon, PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVBN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK looking for a barrel of a certain numGUARANTEED. ber, when he stepped through a FRANKFORT, KENTUOKT. Opposite State House, hatch hole. He fell against the floor on the opposite side of the hole and Thorough, Practical Instruction. GraduCatalogue ate Assisted to position. kept from going through to the floor FREE. Write to below, but in the fall one of, his ribs Bryant & Stratlon Suiaiti College, was broken and his right hand badly LOUI8VILLE, KY. Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, &J V iMMESiH at Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter. DIXIE'S FWOqiTE. F0f THE WOODS OF THE SOUTH IT Htf ftO EQUL Th patent by which this Saw is protected constats of a depression of tho face of the cutting teeth through the center from point to base, thus removing all frlcUon whUo In use, giving strength and stiffness to the teeth and increasing three-foltho dnztv blllty of the "set." WE CHALLENGE TUB WOULD to produce m Saw d caallBa; the ATKINS FAST CUTTING DEXTER. per HinKtSHver Steel, Inclndlnfr Handles. 91.00 per foot. "UIs:t Special Steel, Without Handles, .75 foot - - BEWARE OF IMITATIONS: The largo demand for the Atkins Concavb Tooth Dixter Saw has led competitors to maka Inferior Saws which they claim "as good as the Dexter." These imitation Saws are made from a lower grade of steel, inferior workmanship, and without tho patent concave tooth. Ask your hardware dealer for the "Atkins Dextkr" and take no other. If tho dealer will not order it for you, remit amount with ordor direct to us. the ATKINQ QL Pfl ?i F P Ml L. O. IAJ., Mch. e. o. w. lmo Mtanpoib. lid. Minneapolis. Minn. uupfcbjiii. to.HiMop.Tuu w- -.., n Plants, Bulbs. Seeds. Metal Designs. ?t Celebrated Easter. orders ot the stomach, liver and bowels, and against that destroyer, la grippe. It improves appetite and sleep, neutralizes rheumatism and kidney complaints. The German Benevolent Society, of this city, celebrated Easter with a "Two Souls with hut a Sin- street parade Monday afternoon, and gle Thought." a hop and supper at Sower & AWer's Hall at night During the hop the As they sat side by side, they sighof the memed. "Oh, my idol!" he said, and wives and sweethearts with a handas she bers presented the Club idled. "Dear Luke," said she, looked, "I will wed thee if thou nwilt," some silk banner, and President P. The honey-mooand he wilted. Sower received the same on behalf passed in an excess of joy. Excess 0. eloquent of eating rich food brings indigestion, of the club in quite an frequent attacks speech in Gorman. Supper was sick hoadache, and of dizziness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant served at 11 o'clock and tho dance Pellets will cure all those. They are went merrily on until 3 in the morntn,r uitrni..nnntar1. find GHBV to BWal- low. No other preparation compares ing. with them as a Liver Pill. They are guaranteed, and ono is a dose. To G. A. R. Encampment. NOTICE. Turnpike Stockholders' Meeting. BE A J. THOM PSON, NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. OF THE THERE WILL Creek of the Frankfort undVlut Turnpike Comnunr. ut the Court-houe- , for at 12 o'clock, on Wednesday, May 4th, Wi'l, and the the election of ofllcere for may ensuing year come before the any other business that meeting. iA.iiiuwu,iin. BEN. MARSHALL, Bee. and Treas. April 13, 1892. 33-3- t. MEETING TELEPHONE 1050, RING 2. Rose Buds a Specialty, IWe GIVEAWAY absolutely FREE ircost. an decant uiacKorcoioreu 3ILK DRESS pattern of 16 yards any youni; may in every town in rlDLVvlAmerlcu.who Is willing floral designs. FOR SALE. NOTICE. SILK nlto tolntro-llntlilill'lu- Death of Mrs. Gorham. Mrs. Miranda Gorham, one of the trip tickets to Lobanon, Ky,, on April oldest residents of this city, passed 26 and 27, good to return May 1st, at away on Sunday morning, after a lin- one fare. W. W. Alexander. gering illnesswith asthma, at the Agent. Mrs. A. E. residence of her daughter, On account of Stato Encampmont G. A. It. at Lebanon, Ky.. April L8 and 20, tho L. & N. It. It. will sell round among her friends "THE QUEEN." 11 laree 1C- FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. HM II C L II wage, CI column, Illustrated mag ANSON T. Stedjun'h, Adin'r.. iiztne. one of tho best published VEquity. I K VH. Fashion. lllalal iiflvotwl to Fiction. nome Flow Hkiks, Ac.Def J DecoraAnson T. Stotman's MMHMH era. fancy worn, the household . HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST tions and everything pertaining to ! the magazine one year ALLIPERS0N8 Anson T. Stedman. deceased, Send at once cents for of elegant silks to select and a are hereby notified to produce samo before me, on trial Addresspackage THE MODERK.OUEKN CO., WJMiweii ou or before the 1st day ol Mn CROMWhLL, as from. street. New Uuveu, Conn. lWM. required by law. t June 0. w. Mention this paper, Commissioner. April NKJt. r ff r two adjoining lots, each titty feet front on Ewlng FAVORARLE PLACE ON ON which we reside, TERMS, THE School, with near the City l-- e. street, running back about twohundred feet. The tract will be sold as one or seperntely, as desired. For price and minis apply to us or w. 11. Averlll.. MARY AND MAG. PAGE. fc&J&ftJfahifrtiM:J..iitJtai jraxs r it.l.5L 'Aili, L i. "'('W iipppj r "vwi'ifPiippH ipppf!?r If- - 6 j JOKEDST -- ISReady for Spring Trade in the most complete T. BUCKLEY is Ready for Spring Trade with a large line of China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns closing out. goods. Cook Gfas stoves & Ranges. hMhhH JliWiiMsfMii I am No trouble to show and Gasoline Stoves, double thick Tinware, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, and a complete line of House Furnishing Goods too large to mention. Take the elevator and examine my second floor. Tin roofing, guttering and job work solicited. Religious. We would ministers and officers ol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcements- which they may wish made.! - be greatly obliged to the JNO. T. BUCKLEY. the manual the taking training The friends of VSSNT the State Capital which J0H2T T. BUCKLEY. m P Rev. Mr. White will preach at the Bridgeport. Christian Church afternoon at 3 o'clock. Southern Presd yterian ChurcjiEev. W. G. Neville, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., as usual. - Baptist Church 9:30 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by But when once the system and the scope of its instructions was underEev. W. 0. Taylor, the pastor. stood, this spirit of antagonism disappeared. Industrial and technical First Presbyterian OnuRcn The schools teach trades and arts, but at 11 a. manual training schools teach only usual services 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. the practical use of tools, the princim. and on which J. McOlusky Blayney, D. D., the pas- ples elementarytheir use is based, and principles and practhe tor. tice of mechanical instruction. "Tho Manual Training School," Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. said one of the most intelligent instructors in thatdepartment, "is Penick, , the rector, will occupy a mere workshop; the head is tonot be tothe pulpit at Ascension Church trained even more than the hand." morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at Specific duties are not taught. The scope of a single trade is too narrow 7:30 p. m. for educational purposes. Manual education should be as broad Evergreen Church Services at liberal as intellectual education. and Its Evergreen Baptist Church, near students, unlike persons learning a Bridgeport, will be held in the future trade, are allowed, and indeed reon the First and Third Sundays in quired to discontinue any task or moment they have learnprocess each month, Rev. F. W. Eberhard ed to do the it well. This is just the oppastor. posite of what would be done if the school were a shop or factory intendOHuiuriAJN Church rvwv. George ed to make articles for sale. In them steadily are at 11 persons they kept do best. employed Darsie will preach can at what and 7:30 as usual. It is not expected that every boy Young People's Society of Christian who takes a manual training course Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- will become a mechanic, but experischool indicate at ence in the to makewillmechanic whether meeting in the Lecture-room- , or. not. a er he is fit 7 p. m. Besides manual dexterity and a knowledge of the use of tools and Catholic Church The usual tho qualities of material and how to them, the services at the Church of the Good draw plans and work from of order, acquires will be con- student economy, habits Shepherd foreacquires learns ducted by Rev. Father "W.E. Gorey, thought, has his judgment trained, and, what is as much as all, learns to the pastor. and respect 8 a. m., second mass recognize, appreciate First mass at skill in mechanical work. at 10:30 a. m., and vespers at 3 p. m. "One great object of the school," says the manager of the' successful Protracted Meeting On Mon- school in St. Louis, "is to foster a day evening the protracted meeting higher appreciation of the value and intelligent labor and the will be commenced at the Christian dignity ofrespectability of laboring worth and Rev. Mark Collis will ar- men. A boy who sees nothing in manChurch. rive from Lexington in the afternoon ual labor but mere brute force, deand preach his first sermon at night. spises both the labor and the labored. in himthe The services each evening will Withcomes acquisition of skill willingthe ability and self commence at 7:30 o'clock, and every ness to recognize skill in his fellows. one in the city is invited to attend. When once he appreciates skill in handicraft, ho regards the skillful Methodist Church Rev. H. G. workman with sympathy and respect." Henderson will preach Tho Commercial hopes that Frankin the morning at 11 o'clock and fort may soon have a manual training evening at 7:30. department in her school. Sunday-schoconvenes at 9:30a.m. Tho Epworth League will meet in Boy Burglars. the class room at 6:45 o'clock p. m. Mr. Henderson extends a cordial Joe Scott and Harry Minor, two invitation to the members of the negro boys about 14 years of age, General Assembly to attend these broke into tho grocery of Mr. Ed. services. Gallery, about a mile and a half from the city, on tho Versailles pike, Wednesday night, and carried off tho contents of the cash draw amounting to When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla. about thirty dollars. They wore When she was a Child, uho cried for Castorla. arrested Thursday morning by Mr. When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. Charles Noonan and Officer Henry When she had Children, sho gave them Castorla. Brown, and sixteen dollars of tho money was found in the possession of Minor. Tho boys lived In the neighborhood and wore well acquainted Idea. with the interior of the store, which Tlie Manual enabled them to do the job successLouisville Commercial. fully. Tho movomont in Frankfort to add a manual training department to tho admirable graded school which has Buggies, carriages and harness relong been maintained in that city is paired by tho Kentucky and HarnesB encouraging evidence of the way in Company. ol with the operation at terfere they had laid down inof rules regard which in the chapel. Public worship at to tho admission of apprentices. Sunday-school merits of JAPANESE system arc hold of public mind. can do .education in our no greater service to the rising generation in their city than by securing to thorn tho advantage of the instruction of practical knowledge which the system gives. There has been, hero and other places, before tho scope and purpose A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind of the system was fully understood, or degree External. Internal, Blind or Bleeding some suspicion of it and some pro- Itching, Chronic. Recent or feredltary. This Remedy has tests against it by trades unions and $1.00 u box, 6positively never been known to fall. sent by mull preboxes, for other organizations because of an paid on receipt or price. $5.00;written Guarantee A got started among positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, opinion which the $5 00 them to the effect that the manual when ifpurchased nt one time, to refuno by J. W. training schools were intended to in- paid not cured. Guarantee issuedCO.. DrugGAYLE. undLECOMPTKcfc GAYLE struct boys in trades, and would in- gists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for Notice. Wauhen aynls, ueiiis tc. J ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST t the estate of Warren Aynes, deceased, are hereby notllled to produce the same to me, on or before the first day of May. 18U2. proven as reWM. CROMWELL. quired by law. Master Commissioner F. C. J. P. April 9-- OR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the 18p core Jan. 16-l- FRANKLIN COURT OP COMMON PLEAS ") WAiutEN Aynes, Adm'r. y Equity. vs, PHOEisrs: h:otsl, IN LEXINGTON, KY., Saturday, May 7th, 1892. Saturday, May 28th, 1892. Saturday, Juno 18th, 1892. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical operation and with little or no pain. BICYCL IzsW sample. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. J. T. Staten, Frankfort. Ky. V. REEERENCES . ' W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. Ky. ' Entertained. Miss Stella McEnnis, daughter of Mr. W. A. McEnnis, Rev. L. P. Hulott, Benson, Ky. A. H. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. ,V. Berberlch. Frankfort, Ky. of Bellepoint, entertained in a charming manner her host of young friends on ThursDancing and all day night last kinds of the latest games wore indulged in until a late hour, when an elegant spreadiwas served; of which all partook heartily, and while they were so engaged sweet strains of music was heard lipon the still air made by a quartette of serenadors. The time for parting having arrived, the young people departed for their homes with their hearts beating with joy, wishing Miss Stella many happy D. returns of the day. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jus. M . WIthrow, Frunkfoit, Ky. DR. KELLEY'3 ofllce and residence Is at 269 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found eerj day of each week except SATUR- J. hughes. Frankfort, Ky. DAYS! x'amphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE. cushion tired Rush, price $115 " for $83. 1892 Riunbler, diamond frame, good as new, for $115. 1891 New Mall, good as new, for $75. American Rambler, cushion tires, good as new, lady or cent, $90. 1891 Victor, cushion tire on rear wheel, sprint: fork, $90. 1892 Paragon, cushion tires, $100. 1892 v TblJiiiXfJlIIIll H liar, you written in. ystf Jf yob Uirta't, Wi.ililiI .rAx J jf and wliilam lntUIt;ent y, ambition And numerous other bargains. Drop u J a postal or call and see us. mamamamamamaman ' on raid write, and after peelal, personal Lttentlon. I nn Jcrtakt to briefly teach any fairly Intelllfent ixnoa jf either sea, who a mi. rou mr fomlio surrsit CRUTCHER Roundabout ofllce, & 2171& ROBERTS St. Clair street, aaiaiBi ,', V'JI Tlie Old Original Remedy Leads. "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. Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about "Mi-crobi- ," immm M, y, wilt w.rk how to tarn Thres Thou. who, Instruction, and AGUNTS FOR PltlNOEIWEIiIiS, of Louisville. : MOTHERS'! FRIEND" ceo0Of To Young Mothers v . ; -- s s Born. wrt ivvAKSL as abors. Nothlor difficult to learn, or that rsqulras much urns. I ueeirs uui on. person from each district or county. I hars already taught and provided with employment a lata; BafWWiitytt,s.tBiiisiih number who aro makinr OYsr rhrea 1 houaand Dollars a Year. each. Alt la new. solid, lure. Full particular! free. Aftsr you know all, If you HP ..uue 10 ro no ruriper. wny, no narm is aone. jiaareis, iEkf O. Dec.G-ly- rsarln thilr own ocalitlss. whsrs- erer th.jr lira. I will alao furnish tho situation 0 smploj ment, at which yoa can earn that amount. I share, nothing and rscslrt nothing- Mid Dollr.ii a unlaaa AXLKX 110x430, Auaustn. . M-l- ne. WILSON In Washington City, on Thursday, April 4. 1892. to Mr. Omar L. Wilson and wife, u , mjii; weight 8 pounds. -- i?C- JLv5G? Tlie Trouble Over. A prominent man in town exclaimed the other day: "My wife has been wearing out her life from tho effect of dyspepsia, liver complaint and indigestion. Hor case baffled the skill of out best physicians. After ueing three packages of Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer sho is almost entirely well." Keep your blood in a healthy condition by tho use of this great vegetable compound. Call on Chapman & Williams and get a trial package free. Large size GOc. 20 Makes Child Birth Easy. Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. Booh to "Mothers' mulled TREE. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, QA. SOLD BY ALL DRUQQI3TS. Moore's Poultry Remedy. TONIC CURES 1 si LOSS OF APPETITE,! TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON TOE 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures good repair, will sell cheap. It can be seen at R. Rogers & Son's, St. t. Clair street. 32-l- For Sale A fine Estey organ, in CHOLERA AND Sale of Damaged Goods. Mv entire stock of dry goods, nnfinns. lnnoH find embroideries. flllirhtlv damaged bv smoke, will bo closed out at cost for cash. 25-t- f. More then pays for Its use in tho tion of 3ES Get - box. WM. O'DONNELL. atrial Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness. Headache, Nervous ProsGAPES. tration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of tbe Heart, extra producLoss of Energy, Weakness of Back, Feelings of Languor and Lassitude, Gen1 eral Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc. - Training violin of German make which I will sell cheap. Louis Harris. CHAPMAN & Repairing of all kinds neatly and PRESCRIPTION by tho Kentucky Eromptly executed Company. Harness 25-t- f. 15-t- f. Violin For Sale I have a fine WILLIAMS, DRUGGISTS- In use for 25 years by eminont pbyslolant and surgeon In tbe United BUteH, and pronounced by them tbe best TONIO extant. others fall. It cures where allyour DruggistTry It and b for it. convinced. Aslc t PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTIiE. J. ED RAY GOODS & GO,, Manfs. Wo haYO some first class second hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Call and see them If you want a bar Mabtin Bros. gain. 3U-- neadquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET AND SUNDRIES. PARIS, W. and DtfST. Proprs.. 'S. AVERILL, Sole Agoni, Finest April SODA WATER y. in Frankfort. JunelB-ly- . Frankfort, Ky. 15-t- f. ismmmi! ma Vf1 . ? ah? ' w s-,- ;r TWW rw&l&w1 (" SOXjIID QOXjID s. IE3 IB MHTCHES HND DIAMONDS, JmVbLb ,1. S XD FT jCT HE? r"Ti ?1 Xj . T E3 3D We carry in stock a line of jsiirx: j&. 3ST CHRONOGRAPHS, SPLIT SECONDS K!V . '.HU .V3 .13 l;.x' f' r 5'- - NICKLE HORSE TIMERS. ' . ',"; ' m': r . If you need Dr. Hale's Household Olnt-Il- l c nt Is the flnest remedy in the world. cures It absolutely cures catarrh. It Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpeny ter's South Side drug store. 5-l- of any thing in this line call and see us. bring some lambs, shoats and beef to town? Havn't you got any in the country?" Our hillsides aro swarming with young lambs, tender young beeves and nice juicy shoats, but we are not allowed to sell them to peoALL ple who want them but have to sell to people who always have plenty UUMP?7 and never seem to need them tho ft butchers. S! The Ridge scribe does not like to hear a preacher criticised, because if Consumption Cured. his preacmng is Dad nis intentions aro good, and both nearly always betbelIlve UJ .be one of the best medicines With Miss physicians, ANNIE WALLERMAN, the head milliner, ter than the pay ho receives. A pious sold. V,ad, consumption, two years ago. said my both I brother complains of a certain min- have had to send herfouth forlungs affected. to has just returned from the Eastern Markets with the ister who lately preached on the par- keep her alive, but since she several springs has been taking able of the "Good Samaritan," be- Radam's Microbeto Killer she has been right at home best and largest assortment of imported cause ho did not explain the nation- health attending hasher business, and Is In better than she been In 20 years. ality of the unfortunate traveler, "It. T. POOLE. Cedartonn. Ga." what he was going for and why he Sercral Diseases Cured. didn't go some other road instead of the road that he must have known "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of a sufferer from was infested with thieves. The ans- Lu.i ,mecllc,n,e' Having been and indigestion, HATS, BONNETS, FOWERS, 1iuJf3s' bronchial affection after taking Microbe Killer all of the above is, he was a Kentuckian going to symtoms wer have entirely disappeared. buy school books, and he wbb for' ours, etc., bidden by law to go by any othor to buy his books at any other "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, road or "New Orleans, La." place. The first verse of the parable &c, which we will sell lower ever. proves the absolute truth of this Asthma and Catarrh Cured. are now to orders. statement. "I have been h sufferer from asthma and .. :? NHL war cubes ATT EN TION. MRS. SOL. HARRIS, a .;i ;' .l Pea Ridge. Quito a number of our people read the Sentinel of Chicago and the Economist of Washington, which keep them posted on finance, commerce and politics. A few years ago we depended for political knowledge on tricky, soapy politicians who were in the habit of visiting the Ridge just before the primaries, which informa-tiogenerally consisted of a wild "hurrah for Jeff Davis and a kettle of soup." n RIONS, ready take your than We -- Happy Homes. y m ty, preached hero last.Saturday night' "' and Sunday mornfifg; --r ' ' x Mr. Dock Tracy and family, of "Winchester, have returned to the Ridge and are. staying with Miss Ann Tracy. Mr. Joe Tracy is the member for this (Bridgeport) district of the County Committee, People's Party. The Pea Ridge Sunday-schoo- l, which always goes into winter quarters too soon and stays in too long, has not commenced yet. Mr. Pete Quiro and family, who have been visiting Mrs. Quire's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tracy, returned to Stonoy Creek last week. Mrs. J. W. Gaines and fehildren, of Shelby county, who have been visiting, her parents here, returned homo Rev. J. W. Graves, of Shelby coun- last Sunday. W, TJx. Standing on the Ridge any night large brush fires can be seen in all directions, indicating a large tobacco acreage and prophesying that a larger amount of money than the tobacco will bring must be expended in the near future for lumber to replace the timber now being bo recklessly destroyed. A horse was driven through here a few weeks ago whose speed up hill and down would make the horses on the streets last court day ashamed of themselves. He was driven lull speed along a creek bed over rooks, logs and Dushes with four people in the buggy. If the owner would advertise the time he made over the track with the load he carried ho would fetoh a price that would make Sunol and Bell Boy believe they were plugs. Mr. Stove Sparrow and Miss Bettie Riddle were married at the home of the bride's parents last Wednesday evening by the Rev. U. Darlington. friends and number Suite aattended offrom Frankfort, Bridgeport, HardlnBvillo and Jack- -' sonville. Menstruation, Rupture at Childbirth being sick two years with .malarial fever, and or any complaint originating in dis- during which time I contracted other diseases, was attnded during this time by eases of the reproductive organs; flux. etc. I doctors of the city without being three of the benewhether from contagious diseases, fitted, best "WM. DOHERTY, "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." heredity, tight lacing, overwork, excesses or miscarriages. One lady Mr. Madam's Microbe Killer Cures all writes us that atyer suffering for ten Diseases by Removing years with Leucorrhea or Whites, Send 2 cents stamp for 481p.igetho Cause. the and one application entirely cured Microbe War. shows what diseasecircular what the that Is and remedy her, and furthermore, she suffers no circulatemust be, and do. to cure It. Read It, and you more pain during the menstrual your life. It Address wl the discoverer for saving period. It is a wonderful regulator. RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER. Nashville. Tenn., "Hose Buds" aro a simple harmless J. W. GAYLE or LECOMPTE & GAYLE CO. agents propation, but wonderful in effect. sole Jan, for Franklin colitity. No The patient can apply it herself. doctors' examination necessary, to which all modest women, especially ANNOUNCEMENT. young unmarried ladies, seriously object. From the first application you For Circuit Clerk. will feel liko a new woman. Price post-pai1.00 by mail, The We are Specific Co., 339 Washington FRANKLIN authorized to announce WALTER as a candidate for Circuit Court lG-l- Thousands of sad and desolate by use homes havo been made-happrA. of "Rose Buds." which have; proven asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. "Kespectninr, an absolute cure for the following EDTIN R. MOORE, diseases and their distressing symp"Cashier In Banlcor Adalrvllle. Ga." toms, Ulceration, Congestion and Fever and Flux Cured. Falling of the Womb, Ovarian tumors, "I cheerfully testify Dropsy of the Womb, Suppressed Killer for fllteen days that after taking Microbe I am entirely cured, after Cutarrll. fnr mnr thi.n tnrnvonra nm nntMnn most of my sleep sitting up, in bed orrecllnlng In a chair. I ha e used one J ug bf Itidam's Microbe iiu i r iiio mat iucee woeKs nave oeen iM" sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a I attribute my rellettothe remedy, and child. tiAnrtllr nvnmniAnil It tn unv .nna .nffarftir. J. L. RODMAN & SON. 5c. 5c. BIG- - B A.2RGrJLIKS. Best Indigo Blue Calicoes . . . Best Colored Calicoes Best Dress Ginghams Best Apron Ginghams Black Cotton Stocking Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton 7liC 8- 6jfc. - 5c. Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. J. ,L April RODMAN k SON, d. Lev-ehet- te St., Boston, Mass. Party. Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Capital City Business ESTABLISHED 1S91, College. Senator Jones to Address tlie Garfield Club. The Garfield Club has arranged with Senator W. H. Jones to address them at their 'meeting this evening Sheriff. at 8 o'clock sharp. The meeting will be held at headquarters, in tho Sower We are authorized to announce jam Eb ii. Xui of building, on Main street. Senator WAKEFIELD a3 ft candidate action,Wift the Franklin county, subject to the of Jones is an able speaker, and we Democratic primary, March 19, 1892. trust we shall have a full attendance Jan. , to hear him. All visiting RepubliWo are authorized to announce R. D. ARMcans, and especially the Republican STRONG as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin members ol the Legislature, am in- county, subject to the action of the Dmocratlc vited to attend. Remember the date, convention of Saturday, March 19th, 1892. and come one and all. We are authorized to announcoA. G.JEFFERS Wo are authorized to nnnounco THOMAS D FORD as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Franklin county, subject to the Democratic primary election, March 13, 1892. Jun. For Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, Thos. B. Ford, President; e. E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. tar mercantile life IN Young ladles and gentlemen prepared W. H. Van Winkle, Secretary. O. A. Nelson, President. , as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the Democratic primary election. 14-t- Business writing, Book-keeping, Oil, What a Cough. Shorthand, Typewriting, Grammar, Apparently a very light vote will bo cast by Pea Ridge at the DemoCause, bushcratic primary es, weeds, corn and tobacco. A very largo amount of money is every year spent by the good peoplo of Franklin county for foreign missions, some of which seem to bo without results. If some person of means sufficient to afford it would establish a mission on the Ridge the results would be immodiate and direct. Any one who ever preached hero or asalsisted in forming a Sunday-schoo- l ways received a hoBpitablo reception and an attentive and appreciative auto-da- y. Will you heed the warning; the 434 West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Con- Broker in Stocks and bonds, sumption? Ask yourself if you can afford, for the sake of saving 50c, to COMMISSION ONLY. NEGOTIATES run the risk and do nothing for it. ON on town and farm property on one to years from experience that live Feb. time. a.Investment secur ties for sale. We know e. w. Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why BISTlSQClim. moro than a Million Bottles were HOST IN QUASTITT. sold the past year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not bo without it. For lame back, side or chest use Shiloh'e Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W 13-3- W. L. HALBEY, Arithmetic, Business Correspondence, Commercial Law, Spelling, etc. Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced student ilnlshed. Diplomas awarded. Catalogue In press. Application made for Incorporation. We buve the best home school of business In the State ol Kentucky. Send In your name. April AUBREY -- & SARGENT, IN- - furnlturo to buy from first hands. See Frankfort Furniture ManufacturQuito a number of our people ing Company. m would liko to hear from Bridgeport, and frequently ask "why don't tho Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Bridgeport soribo write?' Farmers here complain of tho low We want to compare our goods and price of stock, citizens of Frankfort prices with goods shipped from any havo complained of tho high price of othor point. Frankfort Furniture moat, and tho Ridgo scribo is fre- Manufacturing Company, opposite quently asked "why don't tho farmers Capital Hotel, Ann street. 37 Gayle. m will pay any person that wants It 29-l- dience WORMS! Fresh and Cured Meats WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. DEALERS They invite inspection, as they have the m - FOR 20 YEARS In the City. VnyHTti by niCHABPSOS'TATLOn MED. CO,, BT.L0CIS. SOLD EVERYWHERE. 29-l- Corner Bridge and Second Streets, South Side. WW3W7M 8 tife "W 'fWffPWPfffrf:; isyH r-- '. Kl r KJBvmxrm Dunlap Hats! OutehepStapks Ties, Edson Ties, 1 Men's, Boys' and Children's Spring Suits. -- OilO Uu X3I-o.:o.ti:EXto:o. and Slippers! vl m What adds more to a spring suit than nice shoes and slippers. Where to buy them and what is new is of interest to every one who wears nice shoes. We have the assortment; we have all the new styles; we have them in popular prices. Toes, new Philadelphia and Piccadilly Toes, with patent tips and plain toes. We are, as usual, headquarters for Men's and Boys' Shoes, in Patent Leather, Cordovan, Kangaroo and French Calf, all styles and widths, to suit any foot. In Common Sense, Opera Inspect Our Stock! Main M V! Street, FRANKFORT, fVIEt3rC?ra":H2 OH UTCHER & STARKS. Fishermen's Rate. Taking effect April 10th, the fishermen's rate to Elkhorn and Switzer will be one fare for the round trip. All tickets form R. T. X. and limited to date of sale. 0. D. Bercaw, FOR 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE, His Superior Ability In treating Obscure Chronic Disuses Is something murvelous. has cured where others have given up to die. 40 YEARS DR. WM. FORSALE. T OFFER FOR 8ALE AT A BARGAIN THE 1 handsome property of Dr.W.H. Hall, n South Frankfort, 27-- 4 Hall's never-fallin- g Balsam family remedy for m Tiue perieci. JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. lYonderftil Recovery Mr. Fuller. G. Of P. A. FOR THE LUNGS. For 28-- tf Rent-Thir- d -- street. Apply to A dwelling-hous- e liv- Louisville, Ky., March 7, 1892. Messrs. Dubois & Webb: Gentlemen For the last two winters I have suffered with what the doctors called a bronchial cough and asthma. I was for some time taking upon an average of 2.50 worth of medicine a week, in addition to stimulants, but instead of growing better, was continually growing worse. In January the doctor told my wife that he could not cure me; that he could potch me up for a short time, but had as you are no Iioimjs of recovery, aware, on the 24th of January my wife bought an Electropoise from you which time I ainc all medicines and stimulants and began the use of the Electropoise, and am Happy to say I never knew anyone to improve so rapidly as I have. When I discarded medicine and began its use I was very weak, had no appetite and coughed almost incessantly; could not speak a whole sentence at a time. Now I can eat anything that is put before mo, can walk miles at a time and cough very little. Being a missionary worker, &I can preach a sermon of thirty minutes length without experiencing any bad effects therefrom. If I continue to improve last the next six weeks as I have this you six 1 wiH bo well. Use this if Virginia Duvall, on Has been a COUGHS. uulus, grippe," sore WUOOPlr-- TABLER'Spilf BIlOKEYFIlLC l. P. waiter J. 1, dls-jeas- es Wltcre to go This Summer. "this COUGH. CROUP, PLEURISY, PAIN IN THE SIDE AND SPITTING OF BLOOD, and all diseases of the i uumsuairnurt, LA- throat, hoarseness, PNKUMOMA, UATAKKII, lliUft.A, AUUTJS BRONCHI fIS, ASTHMA, CHRONIC AND Throat, The world renowned specialist, will be at Frank-tort- , Capital Hotel; April 29, 189?, CUBES TOTPBBHTWLES, A SURE Returning every four weeks during the jenr. Dr. Walter hiu had jear.s of experience In largest.hospitals In the country, is a graduate the or several of the best Colleges and has for a number of jearsmadoa specialty of all chronic and surgical diseases. He undertakes no Incurable but has cured hundreds given up to die He treats successfully and does not take the case unless a cure can be guaranteed. Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing in tho ears, Deafness. Diseases of the Eje, Ear. Nose hroat. Lungs. Kidney. Urinary and Bladder Troubles. Brlght's Disease. Diabetes, Djspeps la. Constipation, Rheumatism and Paralysis. EPILEPSY OR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. Syphilis. Scroiula, Gleet, etc , cuied by lmpioved and never fulling remedies. . Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains In back, iclleved In short lime. Young or middle aged men sullerl'ig from Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Eruptions, the result pf errors or excesses, should call before It Is too late, and guarantee a cure Superfluous hair and all eruptions on the face permanently removed. Remember the date and conieturly. as rooms are alwajs crowded wherever he stops. his Examination and consultation free, private or conildentlal. Address cl0t7ailJ.Sk!llI?,8ease-s,,!- most delightful place in America is Old Point Comfort, Va On If you contemplate taking a trip summer remember that the Tuesday, July 20th, the Chesa- .. CONSUMPTION, It-I- Chest and Lungs I PRICE 25C, 50C.,S1.00. this excursion. Full particulars will be advertised DR. WM. HALLOO.. NEW YORK. Oct. shortly. Chas. L. Brown, 24-6- peake and Ohio Railway will run its annual excursion from Lexington and the blue grass region. A trip to Old Point willcost you less than to any other place on accouut of the ex- arvt ciKr lrt? rnfoa maue oy tne Hygeia Hotel and the railway com-n- t nanv to parties takinc advantage of G. P. A. DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM contains no opium, niornblne. nornny deleterious drug. It soothes and heals the Membrano of the Lungs, lnllamed and poisoned by disease, and prevents night s sweats and tightness across the chest. pleasant to the taste. Be sure and nsk for DR. no other. WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take For sale by Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. rrtpiredbIUCIUUDSON-TAYLOIlUE- and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. CO., bT. LOUIS. Kentucky Midland Shortest ana quickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT, Car unlr direct line between Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, lisle, Biff Four World's Fair Route to Chicago. Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. ftpille, TICKETS Cynihiana, Fal- ery respecfully, W. J. 1115 Whashington Street Fuller, All trains of the popular Big Four Philadelphia, Route are vestibuled and equipped Washington, cars, private Now York, with palace sleeping Baltimore, compartment buffet cars, reclining Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re chair cars and elegant parlor cafe AND ALL, EASTERN CITIES. dining cars, start from Central Union station, Cincinnati, where connection IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15, 1891. is made with the Queen & Cresent F n s t Limited Accm. & Nashville railroute and Louisville Dally Dally Mull road, avoiding the disagreeable EAST BOUND Dally, Express; Ex Sun, kx Sun iwuy. mouth and Covington. ASK FOR VIA KY. MIDLAND. TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. I LYMAN P. WALTER, M. D., Louisville, Ky. TIME TABLE TRAINS E AST. APRIL 18. 1891. If No. mrNo. 7. I M All No. 1. G.00 COO 3. DuHois Si Webb, Room 10, Norton Illock, Corner Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville, Ky. To tlie Conclave. account of Knights Templar Conclave at Covington, the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip tickets to Covington, Ky., on May 2d and 3rd, good to return until May 7th, at 2.72, or returning via going good rw Liaurango or ioxiuguun, ivy. further information apply to, On W. W. Hotels. Five trains daily between Cincinnati and Indianapolis, two trains daily for St. Louis and Peoria, sure connction for all western and north- WEST BOUND, eastern points. Rates as low as the lowest. Tickets via the Big Four Huntington Lve. COOam Cattlettsburg " 026am route are on sale at coupon offices Ashland 6 37am throughout tho country. Be sure Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 27am you get them. transfer across the city necessary via . other lines, enter Chicago in full Lexington Lve. Winchester " view of the World's Fair buildings, lit. Sterling " and stop at VanBuren, street opposite Ashland . . " Auditorium, Leland and Richelieu Cattlettsburg " 7S5;un 8 24am GOOpm G 11 15pm 1280pm DAILY. 40am 6 V 8Ppm OOnm bOluia 712pm l uopm 735pm 1210am 1007pm 840um 69am 1228pm 1023pm Huntington " lzoupm 1047pm SOam " 635om 210pm Washington Philadelphia " 1047am 660pm New York Arr.l 120pm 820pm DAILY, 1 Jr Lv. Georgetown i.v. u. a. Depot I v. Newtown . Lv Ceutrevlllo Lv. Elizabeth . Frankfort Summit . . Elkhorn . . Switzer. . Lv. stamping Ground lv. uuvau . Lv. Jobiuon. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.35 3.00 3.V5 4.00 4.0G Purls . . 3.40 3.60 . 4.10 4.12 4.20 4.35 4.41 4.60 6.00 5.05 5.19 5.30 5.35 6.48 M I 0.11 G.18 G.32 G.39 0 44 G.S2 IX MIA 35pm G46pu Mo. 2. A 0.60 7.09 7.18 7.23 7.37 M III' H Alexander, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, O. D. B. Martin, Agent. residence every morning, leave FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. store, orders at V. H. Avorill's drug H. R. Otto LAno's Adm'r., ) Equity. the U. S. Express office or vb. Lizzie Knoii &c. Williams' grocery. ALL PEK30N3 HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST A the estate of Otto Lang, dece ised, are hereIf you have a buggy, carriage or by notified to produce the same before me, on or sot of harness which needs repairing of Mny. 1892, proven ns rethe first take it to the Kentucky Buggy and before by law. day WM CROMWELL, quired Master Commissioner F. 0. C. P. Harness Company on oast Broadway. April All work promptly executed. 23-t- f. 15-t- f. t. Ifvou want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, loit at your Notice. ington. TRAINS WEST. l .4pm 7 14pm Ar. Frankfort 205pm 727Din Ar. Summit ex sun. Ar. Elkhorn 608pm 120pm 626am Ar. Switzer Winchester . " U15um 0 4Gpm 100pm 716am Ar. Stamping Ground Lexington . Arr. 1205pm (J20pm 2 45pm 806am Ar. Duvall Louisville Arr. Dpm 960pm 7 40pm 1160am Ar. Johnson LIMITED VESTIBULED TRAINS run dally in Ar. Georgetown . . . connection with Chesapeake & Ohlo'F. F. v.", Ar. C. S. Depot Ar. Newton to New York. runs (dally and Ar. Centervllle FAST MAIL TRAINS A r. Elizabeth make local stops between Lexington and Hunt- Lv. Purls ..." 9.33 9.25 9.19 9.13 9.01 K.54 , 8.49 8.41 8.SG 8.24 8.1G No. 4 8.10 8.01 7.65 7.47 7.31 7.22 7.16 7.07 7.05 6.49 G.39 G.34 No. 8 No.l2 9.60 9.39 9.19 8.35 8.10 7.40 7.30 7.15 G.05 8.12 8.00 6.20 6.45 6.30 6 00 4.40 tlons run dally. HUNTINGTON: & MOREHEAD occomraoda NOTE-NOTE-N- No. 1 LEXINGTON & MOREHEAD 4 LEXINGTON MT. STERLING accommodations run dally TUltOUGH SLEEPING CARS to and from ashlngton and New York without change o w. bahnkt, C. L. Brown, G. A., Lexington, Ky. Gen. Pass. Agent, W.S. Harbison, G.A., Ashland. Ky, o. 2 connects wlthlQ. & C. 3 connectstwIthlL. A N. C. Railways. NOTE-N- o. and L. 8. connects with K. O. Tho Kentucky Midland Railway and connec-tlon- s form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north, south and west. For further Information apply to their agents. E. B. WEITZEL, D. BERCAW, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. Dr. Walter can refer jou to huniinuu nt ..,..,, In jour ownbtatoand eery state la the Union, whlcu ho has cured, among tnem the following: Mrs. Rev. J, L. StoKes. Darwin, Ind., Suppressed and painful menstratlons. Mrs. Homy Grl-de-r, Camden. Hid., Female Trouble. Mrs. R W Crockett, Delphi. Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Uus G Owusco, Hid., Luiib Trouble. Mrs. Martha Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast removed without knife or caustic. Miss Block, MlchlgantOWIl. Ind.. Catarrh. Mru Hettle v McCarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs.' Rosa wjuivbuii, riuiiiuiii, hiu., cross iijo straightened. Mrs. Sarah Coiner, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and Asthma of long standing. Mrs M. Clark, Mooresvllle. ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic. MlssSnrah Dougherty, Rocklleld, Hid., Epllensey. Mrs. Umcaster, Vlvalla. Jnd , Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster. Vlvalla. Ind.. Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Martinsville. Ind., Catarrh, Doctors said would die with consumption. Is us well as ever. Win. A. Gard. Burlington, Iml., Kidney trouble for tour jears. Dr. Walter cured mo twojears been troubled since. Elijah Toler, Burlington, fatomach trouble, could not see after business-a- m as well y as ever. James Wyutt, Delphi. Ind., Could not hear and had a constant dlscharo from my ears. Dr. Walter cured mo entirely. Geo. Miller, Vlvallii, Ind., Catairh. J C. Canlno, Waverland, Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller Greenca8tle, Cancer of Eye. Mrs. Mary Jones Edlnburg, Brlghts Dlseuse. Dr. Walter gives these names liv nnrniiminn and they lequest thut nil sufferers should wrlto them In regard to their case. Dr. Walter also has many testimonlols from patients having been cured of private diseases but does not publish them oven by permission but will furnish them upon application. Address h, t to-d- --ait ago-hu- enot L P. Walter, M. D. Louisville, Ky. "! ' BSS msm