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Number 34 i Letter From Florida. April 10th, 1892. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. ?, 1889, f fc My last letter was from Kissimmee, liavniR- gone there preparatory to making tho trip from that place through Lake Tahopecaliga; then S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. canal into Lake Hatchnehun, then through eame and through canal to and through Lake Kis immeo into the Kissimmee rivor; then tiough Lake i Okeechobee; then through canal into Lake Hicpochee; through this to and through canal to Bonnet Lake; and through this and through canal to Lake Flirt; through this to and thiough canal to head waters of Caloosahatchie; then down same to Fort Myers, Punta llassa, Napels; filling it with sand. But the working of Tho Okeecjhobee Company is now then back to St. James City and over the wheel washed the sand away and opening a canal south through the to this island, where I am writing opened up a channel. This canal Everglades in a different direction was four miles to the next lake, but than the rna to the Caloosahatchie. this. The distance of the whole trip we weie about seven hours getting Wo had t) e pleasure of tho company beingsome four hundred and seventy-fiv- e through, it being after dark. We of Capt. Menge from Fort Thompson or five hundred miles. I had the crossed Lake Cypress to tho mouth to Fort Myors, whose mother and pleasure of enjoying the company of of the next canal and laid up for tho sister I met last winter, and had' JVIrs. Sarah LeCompte and daughter. night, with the understanding that a very pleasant trip from Barlow to Miss Maggie, all the way through and we could get up early and go fishing Punta Gorda by rail, and from tho will still have their company until we by trolling uovn tue canal m ma latter place to St. James City by get back to Lakeland, where we left small boat until the steamer would water. Meeting of tho Captain added our trunks, it being the place they overtake us. About half past four another link to the chain. He is have stayed since about the first of MiBS Maggie LeCompte, Mr. and Mrs. the superintendent of tho opening December last, they having come Teboau and myself, with Sam. Gil- up of the canals and from whom I ' to Florida on account of Miss Mag- bert to row us, went through the learned the particulars of how and gie's health, which I will speak of canal four or five miles into the next why this work was being done. The lake, where we were overtaken by the canal from Okeechobee to Caloosahatmore fully in this before I tlnisn. I tried to get ud a party in Orlando steamer and taken in with ntteen or chie drains the country from that3ido to make this trip'with me, but failed twenty large bass, weighing from which runs through the upper porand had given it up, until I met these two to six or seven pounds each. tion of tho Everglades. They are As soon as I told them of Miss Maggie proved to be the hero- now opening one down through tho ladies. what I had been trying to do, they ine and 'boss fisherman" all the way Everglades, which Capt Menge informed me was the natural direction replied they had been trying to do through, she never failing to lead. the same thing. I suggested that I The full history of these fishing to draw the water. Ho gave me an We are sole agents for four patents that Are acknowledged to be the thought it would be too rough a trip excursions would tako too much account of the surveying party or best made, for them, when Miss Maggie said she space to give them all. Sometimes we parties. The first two or three parliad flat boated, and traveled on San- would go morning and evening, while ties sent out were out a week or boat on the Ken- the boat would be working its way more, each returning saying it was REED AND RATAN GOODS We have just put on the floor an dy Pence's sow-mi- ll immense line of this popular furniture. tucky river, and she was willing, through tho sand in tho canals. Alli- impossible to do the work. When he .after the experience she had had, to gator shooting was another pastime. himself, with several volunteers, the the the boat try anything afloat on the lakes, When spare was underway I spent undertook forty-fou- r work, and madewon- ARTISTIC DESIGNS, NEW FINISHES. every survey of miles alter hour with a double-barrcanals and rivers of Florida. shot gun and a Winchester rifle, derful trouble, trials, privation and Wo began writing letters to different WE GUARANTEE THE LOWEST PRICES, parties to get all the information we with amunition furnished me by tho sufferings, and are now going ahead boatmen, all of which I made good with the work. I could. When we commenced thought wo would have to get a sail use of, using good sized shot up to We staid at Fort Myers from Satboat and lay in provisions for the buck shot. The number of alligators urday until Tuesday morning, when steamer we trip, but soon found that there was a killed by the party will never be pon,took passage on theeighteen Tarmiles via Punta Russa, steamer that had justcommenced and known as we made no stop to take to the mouth of Caloosahatchie, to wab then going outfor her fourth trip. them in except one. We also learned that no sail boat had The country passed through is Naples, thirty miles below the last ever gone through and that no steam- very romantic, and sometimes I named place, then back the same St. James City, six miles The whole er had ever gone through except one thought grand. Kissimmee distance day to Russa, where we hired aabove to Fort Punta boat small steamer belonging to the through from &c. Okeechobee Company and then only Thompson, a distance of over three to bring us two and a half miles to on business connected with the com- hundred and fifty miles, we saw but Capt. Ellis' Landing, on this Island, whore we arrived about dusk the same pany opening up of the canals, the ob- three or four settlements. ject of which is to reclaim tho swamp At one of these one man lived day, got a mule and buggy and drove lands of the section of the country alone. He came from New York over to where we now are, enjoying named and which wo passed through, ten or twelve years ago and settled, a weeks' rest at the home of Mrs. a short and imperfect account of killing alligators and otters for their Letitia Nutt, formerly Miss Ashmoro, skins, besides he has several hundred daughter of Win. Ashmore, lately which I will try to give. We waited at Kissimmee several orafige trees loaded with fruit, as deceased, of Woodford county, Kendays for the return of tho boat. One good as I ever eat, and wo thought at tucky. Nutt Forget that I am selling every day thd of the parties we got in correspon that time the best we ever eat. We Mrs. ago. came to this Island three She, with her threo dence with was Mr. Tobeau, agent of took a supply on the boat to last us years grade of through the trip. daughters, Misses Cordie, Lettie and thd South Florida railroad, at T7v7"-.Jbiat the same PRICE JJ The fish are bo numerous all Nannie, and her brother, James K. from whom we got tho most canals, lakes and rivers that cheap seconds are being offered at of our information and whose compa-ji- through the rarely they could not be Ashmore, have homeBteaded 160 acres of land each, all adjoining. I as well as the company of his that it was cost. wife, we had all the way through to seen from the minnow up to the hun- spent four weeks with them last pounders. trolling hooks Bpring, an account of which I wrote The Fort Mvers. I spoke in my last of dred as in the That visit I had ties being formed. There haB been were as apt to catching them caught the Courier-Journal- . my wife and daughter with me. Now, in the mouth. We another link added to tho chain, a back more than we could begin to use, Mrs. LeCompte, Miss Maggie and , liaKes. Forks, Paints, oils aim vamisfl. 'link that will never be severed. myself are spending our time eating, We left Kissimmee at 10 o'clock and would throw them away. Tuesday morning, April 5th. The Fort Thompson is near the head of sleeping and hunting shells and enThe largest stock, the lowest price. boat was built and owned by six Caloosahatchie river and near tho joying the grand gulf breezes that brothers, all of whom were on tho mouth of one of tho canals, out come soven or eight hundred miles, the boat this trip, and are known as through solid stone. Tho remains of rolling, tumbling and floating over old fort stockade still of tho Gilbert Bros. They filled posi- the was made orfrom pine logs stand. the watersbeingthe Gulf of Mexico, put in the house not more than ono tions as follows: Ed, Captain; Jim, It If you will Pilot; Sam., Engineer; Ad., Fireman; the ground endways, and eight or hundred feet distant. and ten feet high, four square, fltty feet get a map of Florida of a good size, Will, Cook; George, dining-roowaiter on table at meal time, to all more or less. At this place lives you can find the island lying opposite became Oapt. Hendry, who served in the St. James City. It will average about of whom every passenger one and late Indian war, which closed in 1857 two miles wide and fourteen miles very much attaohod. They, ach, made everything pleasant as it I think. I asked him who had com- long. I find, after traveling around for was possiblo for them to do for the mand of this fort and the troops in pleasure and comfort of us all. It that section, he told me Col. May. several years in the State, I flatter was frequently remarked, none of us The thought came to me instantly myself that I am about as well posted had heard an oath or a word unfitly it was Oapt. May who had command as to the different localities and the spoken during the trip of four and a of tho dragoons in tho Mexican war, frost lines, and tho places exempt Tialf days. Another remarkable thing, and was in tho battle of Pala Alto, from frost as anyone. I will state they always addressed each other as Resnca do la Palma and Montoroy and publish it to the world as a fact, -brother. Wo all became attached to and other battles, and who made as I see it, that there aro but few gallant and victorious charges in all places in Florida that aro exempt these boys, so you see there are other from frost. I have heard that at ties and other links added to tho these battles. A fow miles below Fort Thompson Fort Myers all tropical fruitB and chain, and still others of which I can not speak, as it will tako too much wo met four canoes coming up the vegetables could be raised absolutely space and too much time for your river filled with Indians, who had certain, but I find this not true. I been down to Fort Meyers to lay in know people living any whore in tho .paper and your readers. This is tho gandest and most ro- supplies and woro on their way back- State do not like to have their places mantic trip I have over made in my to their settlement on tho Okeocho- witten up on tho frost question, but -life. Tho connection of these lakes bee. We had a photographer aboard (Concluded on 8th page.) 4vnd rivers by tho cutting of thoso all tho way taking views at different canals was not intended lor naviga- places along. He and I wore sitting -5-? tion, hut to reclaim millions of acres on tho hurricane deck of tho boar, ho HoteLonf of land that could nevor have been with his Kodak taking instantaneousinhabitod or cultivated. But after viows, I with my Winchester shootAtyThey will fill this space with an entirely new advcctiscxcatki being drained proves to be a buccosb iug alligators and big fish. Just as short time. in sugar cano and other products and the nhotocranhor was ready to tako ' tho best gardon lands in tho world, tho Indians with their canoes tho woro it not for tho killing frosts thoy most of them jumped ashoro, rolled ' T M. BEATTY, over tho bank and took to tho woods, liavo almost ovory winter. G. crossing tho llrst lake running like wild turkeys, with no I Just after Attorney at Law 6 ital Estate Agt., and entering tho flrat canal, an aban- - clothing on except a hat and a gar BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. as a donod earden farm was pointed out mont known all ovor tho world THEIN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFK, a company had sunk shirt, reaching only above thoir to me, whoro "DIIACTICKS 1 Estill, Jackson, Powell, Clay und other sovonty-fiv- a thousand dollars in ex- knoes. 'Wo woro so anxious to got counties perimental gardening. Hero, like their pictures tho boat was stopped Sept.6-tl- . almost evory where In Florida, gar- and wo all did our host to have them come back, but to no purpose I had dening has proved unsuccessful, A In a fow localities, on account of been shooting ovory minute and none of ub know whether they were irost. Our steamor was a atom wheeler, afraid of tho gun or tho Kodak. Tho IF YOU YOU A JUDGE OF JEWELRY? .and entered tho canal stem foremost. waves from tho boat floated thoir A RE W. L. Oopporsinlth, the Jeweler, would oanoos from tho ahoro, wo halloood like lire, have you cail us, he Is showing somo 334 MAIN to She drew sixteen inches of water and Will practice in all State Courts. Ofwould like to have novelties In that was built flat bottom. We found "Ioobo canool" "looso canoe!" all to your ludcinent. asHue and confess thut u bund jou will fice second floor, Custom Houta, only six inohoB of water in tho mouth no purpose thoy could not bo in- Dome, ill si) my never wui juur ejes. FRANKFORT, KY. Jun.SKMy. to return. Mar of the canal, tho waves from tho Lake duced Baking Powder F s3iv ih Xnii. y yyii I. X ABSOLUTELY PURE FURNITURE! XSuoxifts. An Unoqualed Assortment of fine Medium and Low Priced Chamber Suits, Parlor Suits, Easy Chairs, Rockers and Couches. FOLDING BEDS, el C. I BROWER CO. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, jub-simme- e, BEST tt..ttlD y, m M. P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant JACOB SWIGERT&CO., I3STS"CTI2JlNTOE3 A.OKE2STTS, Have Removed From the Batzell Building oust :mlux:lt so?:e2:e::ei H101 MD 102 STREETS AM J' to - Basement the Capital I . H. MATTEM, -- j ex-co- pt him Sisik PkiiiiTiila, STREET, W. J, CHIHN, JR, t. . r. ww t$ BillD-uLija- . mJ7m& xxt& x"ov SxLirx-ios- - -- Ziroxx lEtoofixi gr SELLING OUT AT COST! ZKEsxrcifo. cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Humes, Collars, Paints, OiIs,Varuish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, JRopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors. Blinds. Rock halt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold on time will be charged at regtlar price. Oor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. I e will begin selling: On. at 30tl , 9 Qu 0OLLSNS & BRO Opposite the Farmers Bank, Louisville, where the will visit Mrs. Made a Mistake. Todd. They will remain there until Mrs. L. C. Norman spent Tuesday Dr. Holmes and Col. Geo. Willis reWhile the Fish Bill was being conturn from their trip to Europe. in Louisville. sidered by the Senate on Thursday, Miss Lucy Lee Hill and her sister, Mrs. Albert Hollenkamp, of LexMrs. Russie Gay, of Lexington, came Hon. William Lindsay, Senator from ington, is in the city. down Wednesday and spent the after- this district, voted foran amendment Mrs. Dan Roche, of Paris, is visit- noon in this city, the guests of Hon. which virtually killed the bill This ing her father in this city. John W. Headley. They were met was a great surprise to the friends of Hon. W. 0. Owens, of Georgetown, at the station by a large delegation the measure on the floor of the of and escorted to spent Tuesday in this city. Senate and to tho members of the Mr. Headley's residence. '.,i ' Miss McOook arrived last week to Fish and Game Club of this city, Dr. S, B, Holmes and Col. George visit Miss Mamie Lindsey. L. Willis loft Thursday afternoon for who are greatly interested in naving Miss Lena Bennett, of Louisville, Now York, whence they sail y the law passed; for it is positively 1 i? visiting friends in this city. (1UOWUW W WA U X ilOV Ul lJl XJlitrt---- UUUli riiitA Ttvill Krt nhoonr. ' stated that upon two occasions Mfd. D. L. Haly left Tuesday for about three weeks and will take in Senator Lindsay promised responsiLondon and other cities in England, Cincinnati to spend a few days. and may perhaps run over to Paris. ble parties to vote for the bill. We Hon. John J. McHenry, of Hart- The trip is taken in search of health suppose tho Senator had good reasons ford, was in the city Thursday. as well as pleasure. for his actions, but at tho same time m we think he acted contrary to the Mr. John L. Coleman spent Sunday The promptness and certainty of wishes of his constituents in so doing. at his old home in Mt. Sterling. its cures have made Chamberlain's Miss Priscilla Welch, of Covington, Cough Remedy famous. It is intend- Deafness Can't be Cured is visiting Mrs. W. W. Longmoor. ed especially for coughs, and is the remedy known for By local applications, as they cannot Mr. Harris Johnston, of Louisville, most effectual 25 and 50 cent "botthese diseases. attended the hop Thursday night. uiscasuu puruuu ui mu ear. tles for salo by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. reacn meonly one way to cure deafThere is Mr. W. J. Parker, of Paris, spent ness, and that is by constitutional several days in this city this week remedies. Deafness is caused by an Miss Christine Reynolds returned j Another Convict Skipped. inflamed condition of the mucous flnhnriliiv frnm n vinif. tr T,fvirnrhon. lining of the Eustachian Tube. When ... ..- -. n , u.vuv.UJ uv i.i, 2. ncmu uuuviuu i,.. uuo imuio uir the tube gets inflamed you have a Mitchell, of LouisMiss Margaret or imperfect hearing, rumbling ville, is the guest of Mrs. Fred Bag-b- John Carpenter, sent to the Peniten- and when soundentirely closed deafit is tiary from Warren county, made his and unless the inon High ness is the resultbe taken out and this flammation can Mrs. Pat McDonald and daughter, escape from tho warehouse tube restored to its normal condition, Miss Jennie, spent Tuesday in LouiB-vill- street Tuesday. hearing will be destroyed forever; SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. nine cases out of ten are caused by Gen. Ohas. 0. Walcutt, of Colum- A marvelouB cure for Catarrh, which is nothing but an infanrap Kvb bus, Ohio, is visiting relatives in this Diphtheria, Canker mouth and catarrh,condition of she mucous surflamed city. Headache With each bottle there face. We will give One Hundred Dollars Mr. JohnO. Herndon, of Louisville, is an ingenious nasal Injector for the spent several days in this city this more successful treatment of these for any case of deafness (caused by complaints without extra charge. catarrh) that we cannot oure by week. Price 50c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 taking Hall's Catarrh Oure. Send for Miss Minnie Talbot, of Paris, is circulars, free. visiting Mrs. R. M. Aldridgo, on F. J. CHEENEY & CO., Cauglit a Cat. Broadway. Toledo, O. a, 6 86T Sold by druggists, 75c. Miss Annie Headley returned TuesMessrs. Geo. W. Brown and Lewis day afternoon from a visit to friends H. Finnell, U. S. storekeepers at the in Louisville. Sad Accident. 0."' F. 0. and Carlisle Distilleries, Mr. Will Griffith has returned from a trip to Washington, Now York and caught a catfish, which weighed one Mr. August Webber and wife were pounds in a out riding Sunday afternoon with hundred and forty-tw- o Old Point Comfort. pool of water on the river bank, in their two little nieces, and in coming Miss Sue Gheslin, of Louisville, is. visiting Mrs. Jas. H. Graham, on the rear of the 0. F. 0. Distillery, down the Versailles pike, about a Washington street. Thursday afternoon. The fish was mile from the city, one of the traces Mr. John E. Miles returned Wed- left in the hole by the receding oamo loose, causing the horse they i i. nesday evening from a two months' waters of the river and was unable were driving to kick. Mr. Webber got trip through Florida. to escape. hiB wife and the children out of the m Miss Dora Crawford, of Millwood, vehicle as soon as possible, but in the Grayson county, is visiting her sister, Uli, What a Cough. Mrs. McHenry Rhoads. hurry Nora Neff, one of the little MIbb Musselman, who has been visWill you heed the warning; the girls, became so frightened that she iting friends here, has returned to signal perhaps of the sure approach was thrown into a spasm from which her nome in Oynthiana. of that more terrible disease Con she never recovered. Although she Miss Fannie Herndon, of Louis- sumption? Ask yourself If you can was brought to this city an soon as to ville, is visiting her aunt, Miss Annie afford, for the sake of saving 50c, it. nossiblo and everything known to run the risk and do nothing for the medical art waB done for her Hern' n, near this city. We know from experience that Edwina Marshall returned Shiloh'a Cure will euro your cough. relief, she died the next morning. MM from an extended visit to her daugh- It never fails. This explains why Ice Cream ters in Versailles Wednesday. more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup Misa Stephenson, of Harrodsburg, Mr. John R. Todd, the St. Clair is visiting her brother, Hon. W. W. and whooping cough atit. once. For street confectioner, has opened his Mothers, do not be without Stephenson, at Mrs. M. J. Gaines.' lame back, sido or chest use Shiloh'e season and Miss Annie McAfee, of Louisville, Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W ice cream parlor for the customers with King's Royal Gernictcur. is now serving his 37 is the guest of Miss Annie Headley, Gayle. corner of Second and Main streets. the most delightful ices of all kinds, the medicine of tho Miss Mattie R. Knott, of Louisville, Mandolin and Guitar Club. day and night. He also makes a spent several days in this city the specialty of supplying families with century, Its phenominal success as and favorite with tho people lirst of the week, visiting Mrs. It. K. A handsome reception will proba- ices in any quantity, and fills all a seller acknowledged is the wonder of tho McOlure. bly be triven tho Louisville Mandolin orders promptly. His soda fountain medicino world. Based upon tho The beautiful designs of our new spring stock of children's Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rodman arrived and Guitar Club on the night of their is also in operation and he is supplied Germ theory of Diseases, it Is unique, Thursday evening, and have taken concert. The Frankfort ladies who with all the favorite syrups, includ- modern, and at once popular, comroo ms at Mr. Jam es M. Todd's, on Wap-pin- g ing Malto, Moxie, Acid Phosphates mending itself necessary househave heard their serenades while in and Crushed Violets. Drop in, while hold remedy. as aadvertises best by street. It Louisville are delighted at the on your way to the South Sido, and its use. Specific for all Catarrhal Mrs. Fulton Gordon and daughter, prospect of tho club coming, and try a glass. diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Afe bound to please you, and the Wednes-dalittle Miss Cornelia, arrived Purifier. It is without doubt tho from Chicago to visit her sister, will see to it that tho young men are PRICES were never most reliable germ destroyer in Good News. ueo. uorry. Mrs. heartily entortained. Gov. Brown so LOW. and to tho extent that tho Judge Ira Julian, Mr. R. P. Pepper, and family will occupy one box, is correct, King's Royal No other medicine in tho world jr., and Miss Laura Pepper attended while tho othor will contain Louis- was ever given such a tost of its germ theory is the remedy. It is no tho Modje3ca performance at Lexingville's Mayor, Hon. Henry S. Tyler curative qualities, as Otto's Cure. accident but is tho result of fifteen ton Monday evening. of bottles of this great years Btudy of medical genius. For Col. Joe 0. Bailey and wife, of Ver- and wife, and a party of handsome Thousands 10 Gorman remedv are beincrdistributod salo by Chapman & Williams. Many new and pretty things, in sailles, spent tho past week with Louisville belles, who will bo here to by druggists this free op chakqe, afflicted with inConall the woods most fashion- Mr. Jas. M. Saflell and wife, corner of see that the club does itself justice. country, to those Wapping and Washington streets. ble are daily being placed Damaged Goods. Croup, Severe Sale Tho concert will be tho society sumption, Asthma, Mr. Will. Dorsey, wife and son, of Coughs, Pneumonia and all throat on our floors. LaGrange, who have been visiting event of the season. and lung diseases, giving tho people My ontire Mrs. Dorsey's parents, Major H. T. proof that Otto's Oure will euro them, notions, lacesstock of dry goods, Millinery. 'embroideries, 3c Stanton and wife, in this city, re? and that is tho grandest triumph of slightly damaged and smoke, will be by turned homo Monday. medical science. For salo by ChapAll tho latest novelties constantly Opp, Court-housSamples free. ciosea out at cost ior casn. man & Williams, Mrs. Sam. B. Holmes and son, master received. May2-ljrJ Wm, O'Donnell. 28 Large bottles 60o, Sam. D. Johnson. John, loft Wednesday morning for to-da- 7 "5 V l 30-l- R. K. IYIcCLURE rHj-ZKCKESO? I :i y. ZEas t:h.e selected, stools and. IBIEST of e. m Books, Stationery, Etc. 3Ca3s:e In ZF'ranlsfbrt.. !Tote of it. Parlor. i - B. Pre-eminent- flOGEBM S0l. CARRIAGES y ox-istan- FURNITURE. of IK. IRogrexs Son.. .. e. 25-t- f. "E'1 A 1.4 ' L 3 i 1 K M , i.1?1, .). U.'l SPRING HATS SPRING NECKWEAR! 'I ' MB, !' i,fi 5 13 XX3Q, BZ "Woolens IDomestic G-ood- Imported i suncl s Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. t have you look at them. Would be pleased HUDSON. HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! Sliiloli's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the most euccessful Oough Medicine wo have ever sold, a few doses invariably cure the worst cases of Oough, Group and Bronchitis, while its wonderful success in the cure of Consumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Price 10c, 50c. and $1. If your lungs Are sore, chest or back lame, use )hiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. TV. Height of Cruelty. Gayle. 37 Dr. Deliouey. Mr. Howard Dehoney, of this city, graduated from Jefferson Medical College, at Philadelphia, on Wednesday, and is now a full fledged M. D. He rocoived with his diploma the .appointment to take charge of the hospital connected with the College for the next year, which is an honor much sought by the graduates from the College. He will arrive at home this evening and remain until the first of June, when he will return to Philadelphia to assume the duties of the position to which he has been .appointed. Electric Uglit and Cars. Nervous woraon seldom receive tho sympathy they deserve. While often the pictures of health, they are constantly ailing. To withhold sympathy from these unfortunates is the heigtht of cruelty. They have a weak Farmers, you can buy Is the place to buy. heart, causing shortness of breath, fluttering, pain in sido, weak and hungry spells, and finally swelling of ankles, oppression, choking, smothering and dropsy. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is just tho thing for them. For their nervousness, headache, weakness, etc., his Restorative NeruSuO? WSIOIjESuSlXjE vine is unequalod. Fine treatise on "Heart and Nervous Diseases" and marvelous testimonials free. Sold s You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in and guaranteed by J. W. Gayle. style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow Si. 50 0 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works BUGGIES, HARNESS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS -- pbices. first-clas- ' Tho City Council passed an ordiSUCCESSORS TO nance Tuesday night granting the Citizen's Electric Light Co. tho right to use streetB to erect Salesroom, opposite court-houstheir wires, and also an ordinance t granting the right of vay through the streets for a street car line, the -X3:-T7-right to build it to be awarded to tho ZTOTJ-tt E highest bidder. e. O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Factory, South warehouse. Sr !Q-cr3-GK"- DP- TIsTTEID For Rent March 26-t- f Specimen Cases. dered, his Liver was affected, to an ilarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrodsburg, HI., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Buoklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba. O., had five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salvo cured him entirely. Sold by the South Side drug store, 3 P. H. Carpenter. S. H. Clifford, New Oassel, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach was disor- The Golden Secret of Long Life. Keep the head cool, the feet warm and the bowels open. Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer is a vegetable preparation and acts as a natural laxative, and is the greatest remedy ever discovered for the cure of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and all Blood, Liver and Kidney Diseases. Call on Chapman & Williams and get a trial.pack-ag- e free. LargesizeCOc. 28 Chamberlain's Remedy. Cougli Mr. 0. F. Davis, Editor of The Bloomfleld, Iowa, Farmer, says: "I can recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to all sufferers with colds .and croup. I have used it in my .family for tho past two years and have found it tho best I over used for the purposes for which it is intended. 25 and 60 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Obituary. To one home In Lexington, during the past ten days, there 1ms come u shoe from which Its lain ates can never recover. It came In the form of n telegram bearing this message: "Found dead In St Louis, N. 0. Cave, or Lexington." On Monday following, the remains reached Lexington, to be gazed upon for the last time hy The two loving sisters and an aged mother face of the dead had a peaceful look with no visible mark of violence: but a note, accompany- Gayle, Druggist. 26-4- t. Frankort. seven rooms and kitchen. Use itin every sick-rooWill All in good repair. Possession given keep the atmosphere pure and about March 20. Guy BAitnETT. t wholesomejremoving all bad odors from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases. SCOTT The eminent physician, J. Mari- AS EXECUTOR OF THE LATE GEN. at, Jha Brown, I will offer at public sale, Court Ifouso door In the city of Frankfort, oa on Sims, of New York, says: "I Mondfiy, May '.', VSi2, tho following person ilty, am convinced that Prof. Darby's 12 shares of stock In the Lane's Mill and Lltti ProphylacticFluid is a most valu Benson Turnpike Company. 13 shares of stock In the Frankfort and able disinfectant ' ' 21 Lawrenceburg TumplKo mpnnr. 26-t- Darby's Prophylactic My house in South 3 Public Sale. tc-w-lt: Lady Commissioners. The World's Fair Commissioners appointed last week by Gov. Brown, met in this city on Monday and organized by electing Mr. W. H. Dulanoy, Chairman and Mr. Young J3. Allison, Secretary. They then .appointed as Lady Commissioners for Kentucky Miss Ida E. Symmes, of Louisville; Miss Lucy Lee Hill, of Lexington, and Mrs. Susan R. Brown, of Owensboro. For a number of years I have been .subject to violont attacks of inflammatory rheumatism which generally lasted about two months. On the first of this month I was attacked in tho knee and suffered severely for two days, when I procured a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it relieved mo almost instantly. I therefore most cheerfully recommend it to those who are simularlyj afflicted Mar-tindale, Has Another Bug, Joe Bailey, of Versailles, the discoverer of the celebrated Mexican Weed bug, has been in tho city this week visiting his brother-in-law- , Postmaster J. M.Saffell. The Colonel is now turninghis attention to the breeding of Skapisca, an entirely new species of bug, one which is warranted to exterminate the English sparrow, and thinks ho has a fortune in sight. If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, left at your evory morning, leave residence orders at V. H. Avorill's drug store, the U. S. Express office or H. R. Williams' grocery. Col. 23-t- f. We have some first class second hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Call and see them if you want a bargain. Mastin Bros. 30-t- f. shares of Fuiiner-- Bmk stock. share of stock lu the Franklin. Anderson and Salvlsa Fair Association. 1 share of stock in Farmdale and Bridgeport Turnpike Company. 2 1 t April !Mt. Executor of S. Brown, dee'd. R. BROWN, ing the casket, stated that he had been found dead with a pistol shot In the back of Ills head, and, lit the Inquest, tho verdict was 'suicide" This was probaoly correct, for, since the uze of from the combined tit teen (ho Is now forty-six- ), ho has been effects of dyspepsia and melancholy, at which times life subject to llts of seem 10 nun an lnsupponuuio uurueu. wouiu Doubtless. In n recurrence of one of these at tack?, ho has resorted to whit. In his mental aberration, seamed the only possible escape from bullerlng. About throe years ago, when In unusually good health, he confessed his faith In Christ and was baptized by uro. R. T. Matthews, and for a year thereafter he seemed so happy In the consciousness of sins forglt en that his old melancholy ceased to haunt mm: but ngaln his health failed, and he hud recentlv been to Hot Springs seeking lellef from his malady. Only the Lord knows through what ungulsh ills diseased mind was driven to Its last resolve; and those who loved him are consoled by the thought that the Lord of all the earth will do what Is right. E. L. S. sun-strok- For Rent. Shelby and Main streets, South Frankfort. A new house with all modern Improvements nnd containing seven rooms. April w. H. POSEY. 23-t- KsmitiiB OF THE LATE THE HOUSEstreet, between Third MRS. WtNOATE, WM; CROMWELL. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW RBAI, BSTATJB AGENT IN THB COURTS OJ and tho adjoining counties, ct will also giro ipwclal attention to the purchase and sale of. real estate, collection of rnte, claim and the aecotlatlon of loans. lnn5R-- i WILL PRACTICE Itwlllcost vounothinc and will sure ly do you good, if you have a Cough, Gold, or any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr King's Now Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe found it juBt the gist. thing and under its use had u speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample Manual Training;. bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is. Now that the question of establish- Trial bottles free at Phil. Carpenter's ing a manual training sohool in con- Drug Store. Large size 50c. $1.00. 3 nection with ourPubllo School is Hieing agitated, tho following from tho Ginghams. Home and School may be of interest 7 cents for ginghams worth 10 cents. to our people: 10 cents for Toilo du Nord gingham Tho Now York trade schools were worth 12 cents. founded ten years ago and opened Sam. D. Johnson. with thirty pupils in attendance. 'This month they granted diplomas Born. to 521 young artisans. 30-l- every where H. D. Whitley, N. 0., February, 1888. Mr. Whitley is a vory prominent man in this place and his disease was very widely known as ho suffered such jsevero pain W. M. Houtson & Co., Merchants Martindale, N. C. 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Drug- Now Try This. TI10 IUoBt For years tho editor of the Burlinghas been subject to cramp colic or fits of indigestion, which prostrated him for several hours and unfitted him for business for two or three days. For the tho past year he has been using Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whenever occasion required, and it has invariably given him prompt relief. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. Buggies, oarriagOB and harnoss re- aired by tho Kentucky and Harness 8 ompany. ton Junction (Mo.,) Post 30-lr- a. 15-t- f. ered, as It blister. Successful Remedy over discov- Is Read proof below ; certalu lu its effects and does not Kendall's Spavin Cure. Rock, Ark., Aug. 20, "90. Dn. B. J. Kendall Co.: Gents It Is with tho greatest satisfaction that I iiuuruiyouiimiiiinvociireilliieroilQWlngillscasos: Sweeney. Miiiulilci-Join- t I, uiiiem-ns- , St lllo Joint J.nnii'ut'NH.amMioe-liol- ), l.uiiirnenn in working on Iliii-JolI'oro Koot. I I,niiicucHsunil will euro that nil with Kendall's Hpavlnoure. It Is thu best Liniment for manor beast I nave over used. I recommend It to all horse owners. Horses that I have, worked on nro valuable, but without your Liniment would be worthless, f havo friends who used It for Spriilnn and JtrulxcH and cured them. Thcv guy it U the best they over used. Yours truly, . U. 8, WELLS. nc Kendall's Spavin Cure. J. Kendall Co., Enosburgn Falls, Vc.: tho jearlSSl I treated with Kendall's tspuvlu cure a Iluuo Sunvlu of seven years stand-Hinearly as luro iw a heus ewg uud completely stopped the lameness and removod tho enlargement. Havo worked the horso very hard over slncy, ho never has shown any lameuess neither can 1 8oo any difference lu tho size of tho hook. Dn. B. Gents-I- ii Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The bestsalve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, 5-- Monto VlSTO, Colo., Deo. SI, 1883. Yours truly, F. a COOLKY. take it to tho Kentucky Buggy and Harness Company on oast Broadway. All work promptly oxeoutod. 15-t- f. If you have a buggy, carriage or isot of harness which needs repairing ORR Tn this city, on Thursday, April 28th, 1892, to Dr. John Orr nnd wife, a daughter. Died. MOYERS-- In tbU city, on Friday evening, April 22, 1892, Mr. James Moyers, after a linger- 1 ply at this Wanted A good milch cow. office. Ap- It. ing Illness, aged 40 years. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon from the Southern Presbyterian Church. iy P. H. Carpenter, G$S W.W.. Trtce $1 per bottle, or six bottles for All druuiints have it or can get it for you, or U will be sent to any address on receipt of price by thoproprle- $B. DR. B. Aug .My, J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. w EmiMami h u4 ROUNDABOUT. classic thatHoraco could notburpass, Died His D6or. will scintillate until the sheen of his periods dazzles his Nashville audiMr, Philip II. Go.'n, a n ence. More than one of the Vander-bil- t citizen, died suddenly with heart "boys," and I may add will go forth from the chap- disease Saturday afternoon, about! el with their souls fired with the in- 2:30 o'clock. Ho was acting as a spiration of the master's oratory, special policeman at tho Gas House and a few may ''practice" a little along the Oiceronean lino, during the polls during tho Democratic primary vacation, on audiences smaller and election, and had only a short time bofoio assisted Officer Whittington and not so classic. in arresting a man, who was disorder-- 1 Three Years Longer. ly at the polls, andthoy hadtakon tho ' . prisoner to tho On tho Capt. S.' V. Pence, the pre30ht way back to the polls Officer Whit-- ' lessee of Kenyon Hotel, has released tington ho that establishment for three years drink remarked thatMr. must get a of water, and Goin proMay. from the first of posed that they stop at his house, - .M- - which was right on their road. I"uza;lc. When they reached the house Goin Every lady in every land sat down in the porch and called to a Has twenty nails on each hand negro girl to bring the water. After Five and twenty on hands and feet Whittington had quenched his thirst the two arose to go, but Goin This is true without deceit. remarks: down" and did Unavoidably Detain eel. sd for a "I must sit then got up and moment, Dr. T. F. Bliss, of Springfield, started into tho house. Just after Ohio, who was to have been hero passing the threshold he threw up on Wednesday and Thursday, tele- his hands, exclaimed "Oh!" ai.d fell graphed Prof. E. A. Follmer that ho to the floor of the hall. Officer Whittington and Mr. Coin's was unavoidably detained at home, but would bo hero next week. Due daughter ran to him and raisod him notice of the time when he will be at up, and Sheriff John 0. Noel, who the Capital Hotel will be given later. was passing in his buggy, was re quested to go for a physician, but and Wholesome when the doctor arrived life was well-know"theo-logues," tfllAMFOUT - at AxtAml at the postroJUce tit Frankfort, Kentucky, as seconiKMaaa mailable mattoci f .tiBO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Pnbllslicr. FRANKFORT, APR. 30, 18IVJ. It Is Still Safe. In our last issue appeared a little item in regard to fruit never having been known to bo killed in leap year, which we published simply because the claim was so very ridiculous, but it had one good result, as it drew from Mr. H. P. Hillenmeyer, the celebrated nurseryman, of Lexington, who is one of the best authorities on fruit and its culture in this country, the following note: Geo. A. Lewis, Esq., Frankfort, Ky.: Dear Sir I am entertained by a local in your last issue uaying that there were those who had never known of a failure of fruit in leap year. Their remembrance or records are certainly much at fault. I recall distinctly iho failure of 185(3, and also other barren leap years. The most disastrous loss of fruit and fruit trees that occured in Kentucky since early in the '30's, was occasioned by the frost of January 4th, 1884 "the cold Saturday." My thermometer registered 24 below zero, and not a peach tree in Central Kentucky survived, l am still burning peacn tress that wore knocked out by ihat particular leap year. The fruit is, however, all right, yet. A low barmomoter and moist air saved us from the Severe frosts of the 9th and 10th, and the prospect is favorable for a your of abundance. Very respectfully, Hillenmeyer. H. 1--'. For woWt-house- for Infants j and Children. Ctuitorla cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl pestlon. Without injurious medication. " For several years I havo recommended your Castorla, ' and shall always contlnuo to uo so as it has invariably produced bcncilcla)-results.- " lunctiiation "Cnstorla Is so well adapted to children that I recommond It as superior to an prescription known to mo." II. A. Ancmtit, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "Tho uso of 'Castoria' Is so universal and its merits so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorso It. Fow are tho Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carlos Mahttn, D.D., New York City. Bloomlngdolo Reformed Church. Late Pastor Tms j "Tho Wfnthrop," Edwin F. PAnDEK. M. D., 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City, Csntaur Comvant, 77 MunnAr Street, New York. Fe. 13-l- j Fnflnt Fiiitii iHaiAiiiiig Have opened Sale" Rooms on 8o. :?SM Pure Quality m Anniversary The seventy-thir- d Celebration. anniversary of Commends to public approval the California liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. It is pleasant to the taste and by acting gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels to cleanse the system effectually, it promotes the health and comfort of all who use it, and with millions it is the best and only remedy. 30-4- t. tinct. The deceased was tho second of Capt. Sanford Goin and was about forty-fiv- e years of age. He leaves a widow and seven children, two of them small, in straightened circum- Ann Street, iVil , .f?l stances. near Christian Church. Wj German Sermon. ! Odd Fellowship in the United States was celebrated by Capital Lodge, No. 6, on Tuesday evening, in their usual fine style. At 8 o'clock the members of the Lodge, with their wives, daughters and,invited guests, assembled in the Lodge room, where the ceremonies were opened with music by the Frankfort Orchestra, after which prayer was offered by Mr. Richard Haley, of Louisville, and then the audience was addressed by Col. Thos. B. Ford, W. B. Bridgeford, Esq., Judge Thos. R. Gordon, of Louisville, and Hon. T. S. Kirk, of Pinoville. At the close of Mr. Kirk's remarks the audience was invited to the north hall of the Temple, where two long tables were spread with delica. cies, to which all did ample justice and still there was enough left to feed as many more. Capital Lodge always does everything she undertakes in a capital Rev. Paul Schenke, of Lexington, a minister of the Lutheran Church, delivered a sermon in German at the Southern Prsbyterian Church Sunday afternoon. It was not generally known by our German citizens, that he was to preach consequently there was rather a small congrega- uncle. The funeral took place Monday morning at 10 o'clock from his late residence on Mero street, the services being conducted by Rev. E. A. Penick. The Mayor, Council and polk e force attended in a body, and tho fire bell was tolled as the procession moved through the streets, the deceased having formerly been a member of the fire department. Mrs. Goin and tho two youngest children have gone to Anderson county to make their home with her 4 i L :t Hi A p SMALL A mf BET PBIGES; FOR SALE. SOUR-MASMSTILLKRY, NOW in operation, for sale cheap. Only $4,000.. Ii'O nullum. Afny Uf M.T.MITCHELL, Jan.23-tf- . Frankfort, Ky.. tion present. Mr. Schenke may visit our city frequently and preach for the Lutherans The following is the vote at the here, and should he conclude to do Democratic Primary election held in so, due notice of his coming will be this county on Saturday last to nominate candidates for the offices of given in this paper. Circuit Clerk and Sheriff: Result of tlie Primary. u NOTICE. FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS;. ")' Anson T. Stkdman's, Adm'r., y Equity-vs. Anbon T. Stedmam's Heirs, 4c.,Def't. J HAVING CLAIMS ALL PERSONS Anson T. Stednmn, AGAINST estate of deceased,, are hereby notified to produce same before me, on or before the 1st day of May. 1892. pro en by law. WM. CROMWELL, April t. Commissioner. 15-S- $ioo a Week, Master George Smith, of Louisville, the wonderful boy violinist who ap. peared in this city in January last, has been offered a salary of one hundred dollars per week to travel with a first class concert troupe next season, and has also been offered a scholarship free by the Boston Conservatory of Music and by the Conmanner, and the entertainment servatory of Music at Cincinnati. Tuesday evening was up to the high In view of the fact that the little gentleman is only twelve years old, standard set some years ago. this speaks well for his ability as a Precincts. - g "I a J? t5 225 125 131 . fc H 3j g" ito g. 5 3 . 211 177 ? Court-house a S r 9 18 Family Reunion. musician. ... .... ... Bridgeport. Benson Flat ... J Miirket-house Gas-bous- e . . 212 187 251) 280 . lit Swltzer Cedar Run nioomlngfon. Peak's Mill . Fonts Elkliorn 171 267 67 . . 94 . . 96 66 41 5 . . 103 69 26 . . . . . 83 186 l'J 45 107 5'J 8 78 46 142 90 68 61 184 2 D . . 82 115 109 76 71 C . 47 67 128 1189 Creek Dal Knob 95 112 . . . 59 96 136 1369 3 3 13 93 1812 There was a happy reunion at the residence of Hon. Grant Green on Saturday, at which all the members of Mrs. Green's family the Over-ton- s were present. Mr. Waller Overton, of Newport, who has been quite ill for several months, came over last week to visit his sister, Mrs. Green, after an absence of many years, in hopes that a change would be beneficial to him, and in order to make his visit more pleasant Mr. Green invited the other members of the family to meet him hero. Those present were: Mr. Waller Ov-- ' ton and wife and Miss Eliza Overton, of Newport: Mrs. Will. D. Read, of Louisville; Mrs. Dr. W. 0. Bullock, of Lexington; Mrs. Grant Green and Mr. A. W. Overton, of this city. They enjoyed each others company, renewing the affection of their childhood, until Monday, when they separated for their several homes. i Fire in tlie Tunnel. The pipe line of the Standard Oil Company, which runs from the tank located at the east end of the tunnel to the L. & N. yard on High street, sprung a leak in the tunnel on Wednesday, letting out quite a large pool of oil on the ground near the main track of the L. & N. Railroad, which was set fire to by a spark from the engine of a passing freight train. The fire filled the tunnel with smoke and caused an alarm to be sent in from box 23. The fire department was out promptly, but the flames was extinguished without putting water on it from the hose. Totul "l552 79 Tliey Will Look After It Also. The following letters have been received from our Senators in reply to tho memorial and resolutions adopted by tho mass meeting, on last County Court Day, in regard to tho St. Clair street bridge: with inclosure, has been received. I havo already been doing all in my power for two years past in the direction that you indicated, and will gladly keep up every effort that I can make. Very truly, Jo. O. S. Blackburn. United States Senate, Washington, D. 0., Apr. 19, 1892. Geo. A. Lewis, Esq., Frankfort, Ky.: Dear Sir Your letter of the 15th, Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tlie taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, E, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sysLA.-WTBtem effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual n-iFrankfort, Ky. constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever "produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the moat 1872, healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most T MMENSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN-- 1 tal trees, small fruits, shrubs, vines and. popular remedy known. plants. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c XjCTW. and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who We havo no agents nnd our profits cease where may not have it on hand will pro- theirs begin. General and strawberry catalogues on application to cure it promptly for any one who II. F. HILLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky. wishes to try it. Do not accept any Feb. substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. RoVi B. Pranklia y. ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN. PRICES LOUISVILLE, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. wyt nmss 20-3- m PBAIN THBHwEP ! .w. fcA: rjl)fraj h. Hfl4nVs?vr&Z,anmHMflli MILES Skewered and Cured. 'FirstI was skewered and then I was cured," says Jones, and ho laughs heartily over his little joke. Well, let him laugh. 'Let laugh who wins. He was skewered through and through bv dvsneusia and its attendant train of ills. He was cured by Dr. Pierce's Do you Golden Medical Discovery. ex- feel dull, languid, a sense of fullness or fierionco eating, tongue coated, bitter or bad taste in the mouth, irregular appetite, dizziness, frequent headaches,. nervous prostration or exhaustion, hot flushes alternating with chilly sensationa, sharp, biting, transient pains here and there, cold feet, drowsiness alter meals, wakefulness, or disturbed and unrofreahing sleep, constant and indescribable feeling of dread, or of impending calamity? These are symptoms of Bilious Torpid Liver, associatDyspepsia-o- r ed with Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will subside the cause, if taken according to directions, for a reasonable length of time, or the money paid for it will be cheerfully refunded. low-spirited; I Governor Knott at Van-derbi- lt. The following from the pen of Rev. H. G. Henderson, of this city, is copied from the Hustler, a weekly or Dear Sir Yours of the 15th inst., transmitting tho resolutions and memorial adopted at the mass meeting of the citizens of Frankfort and Franklin county, was received. I will present the memorial and resolutions and ask their consideration by the committee. Very respectfully, John G. Geo. A. Lewis, Esq., Frankfort, Ky.: United States Senate, Washington, D. 0., Apr. 19, 1892. n guuranteeU specific for Hjsterla, Dizziness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia, "') Da. E. C. IraiSX'JiSll ISVElH&'r j&t1ttVmi3-7vxsivi-iamB-Ji no fAILES West's Neuveand Buain Tiujat-iien- t, IMMSJMWm&mm mmmi THE SHORTEST ANDJQUICKEBT M WAWHMRffl wm to 'r' 'v Carlisle. ueuuncne, rservoas rrostration cnuseuoy tlie use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Uraln resulting in Insanity nnd lending to misery, decay nnd deutb, Premature Old Ape, Barreness, Loss of Fower In either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermatorrhoea caused by overexertion of tho brain, Koch box contains or one month's treatment. 81.00 a box, or six boxes by mull prepaid on receipt of price. for $5.00, sent self-abue. ; ,' Georgta lb frkt 5c EK t Time. 26 Hours.. SOLID' VESTIBUIiED TRAINSi. m paper published at Vanderbilt University. Knott, of Frankfort, Ky., will deliver the commencement address at vanuerDiic in June, uno thing may bo predicted in reference to its contents it will be eminently classical. The political speeches of abound in quotathe tions from the lore of the orators whose thunder Bhook the forum; and I dare say, when his eyes rest upon the classic campus of Vanderbilt, and he is whelmed by an atmosphere purer than evironed the Parthenon, and looks into the face of an audience that would have waked the fulraina- tions ofDemosthenes, the . j. and the author or,, of the "Duluth Speech," a modern wnlldren bry tOf rltCJierS OaStOrla. or rn A Freak of Nature . WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. The shortest and' quickest.. Mi A ewe belonging to Mr. Pete Bar ker, who lives just over tho county line in Owen county, dropped a lamb last week, the head of which was well formed, but it had neither eyea nor mouth, and tho ears grew out from the throat, with only one opening for both ears and that was in between tho two. . m i m to Jacksonville, Afc To cure any case. With each order received by ns Georgetown for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will send the purchaser our writ ten guarantee to reTime. 23 Hours. fund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE Solid Vestlbuled Trains. The Short Itne be. & GAYLE CO,, and J. W. GAYLE, tween Cincinnati and Frankfort, Ky. Ky.. Time, 2Vi Hours. Lkxinoton, '. $500 Reward! We will pay tho above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Heada:be, Indigestion, Constipation, or Costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fall to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, containing 80 Pills, 25 cents. Beware of counterfeits and lml- tatlonB- The genuine raanuiacinrea oniy oy THE JOnN 0 WEaT company, CHICAGO, MflT. For sale by oil druggist. into the house this minute and got your overshoes, I'll tell your mother." "" " ' T " thro wn awayour rubbers iTnd taken to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, wo have." "Johnny Johnny, if you don't go .""' ill. D MILLER, Direct Connections ut New UrleansandtStirer port forTexas, Mexico and California. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky MldlandRallwaji VIuGeorgetown5:l5a.m.iarrlVflClnulnnat1l0i20 a.m. Quicker thun any other lino. All trains arrlv ut depart from CentrnlUnfOB. Depot, Cincinnati. For Rates. Maps, ftcaaaresi E. T. CHABLETON,. D. P. Knoxville, Tbnn., a8hkvillk, n. 0 Chattanooga, Tknn., J.tljjjta, Gt., Birmingham, Ala.. " " 12 17 n ib io ' n k'' J, rv ' B i m Traf. Mng. Cincinnati, D.'i, O;. EDWARDS, 9 p: to A..TO A I kfl year with a more com- plete line of goods than ever betore. We begin the new TT1! 1 " 1 O JtnL 1 3 Buggies, Phaetons, Surrys and Road Carts 9 A full ksmemhB HAND-MADE line of HARNESS, All prices WAGON HARNESS, PLOW GEAR, and variety W in many styles. - of SADDLES. Mcssis. Mast in Bros,: .A. 3- CJfc 33ST la all sizes. 2 Gentlemen: After having used the Oliver and other Chilled Plows for years, we were induced to try Of every description and repairs for same. Harrows, Seed Sowers, Corn the'VULCAN. and without hesi- tation pronounce it the strongest, lightest draft, and the easiest handling plow we have ever mcd. No one will make a mistake in buying Very respectfully, it. Planters, Cultivators, fcc. 'hat wv adverlise you will find we keep. And we are sure that we can make it to your interest to call and see u. tfttAiNKFUllT JtOUiNDABUU'l FRANKFORT. APR. 30, 185)2. ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS. JisK JeCLh Kill W. J. A W. 11 . LEWIS, C Alt. W.NOKL, SIDNEY BEDFORD. IHJWEN ft 1IOLTON, JOHN GODDARD. WILLY, ED Wll. JO.NFS. A. W. MACKLIK, .T bji..'X'j:! One Way to be Blappy, Is at all times to attend tho com forts of your family. Should any one of them catch a slight cold or cough, prepare yourself and call at once on Chapman & Williams and get atrial bottle of Otto's Cure, the great Gerin man Remedy, Free. We give it away to prove that we have a sure euro m iiiifjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiainjgaiiisTny-nT'?: Safety in tlic Midst of Danger. It uj' jSIMlSHimimm'""!! TIPEE TABLE. the following timu tnblo effect upon the L. fc ifl now N. road: WEST. TBAINS No.'ifUeavoeFrankfort No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 loaves Frankfort No lOleavoB Frankfort TBAINBEA8T. 18 r:JiO U:40 3:00 7:38 10:10 4:35 7.48 p. m i. m a. for Coughs, Colds Asthma, Consumption, and all diseases of the throat 28 m nnd lungs. Lanjo sizes 50c. p.m. Council Proceedings. Regular Meeting, April 20, 1892. ki KM The City Council met in regular n. m. session on Tuesday evening, with No. leavos Frankfort.... p.m. President Staten in the chair and all No. 20 leaves Frankfort To the Conclave. p. m. tho Councilmen present. No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... 'J: 15 p. ru. The minutes of four previous meetNo. 22 leaves Frankfort On account of Knights Templar Nob. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage ings were read and appro ved. Conclave the L. & Cincinnati. No. 23 and 21 connect Councilman Darnell moved that the R. R. will at Covington,trip tickets N. for to sell round Bloorafleld Branch. refine against Treasurer Clark be at Anchorage for Covington, Ky., on May 2d and 3rd, YV. V. Alkxandeb, mitted. Adopted. Agent. The following communication was good to return until May 7th, at $2.72, good going or returning via received from Mayor Tobin: LaGrange or Lexington, Ky. For 1892. Tuesday, April 28, further information apply to, Wlien Your Liver To the Board of Councilmen of the W. W. Alexander, City of Frankfort: Agent. Is torpid and sluggish, you cannot AND DEALER IN- successfully. Everything Gentlemen: do business Philip Goin died on Saturday, the goes wrong. You don't feel well. Get your liver in good working order 23d inst., while in discharge of his by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea, duty as special policeman. Goin has the great blood purifier and nerve For many years Philip Police and PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO tonic. It has no equal as a health re- been connected with the JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK storer. For sale at Carpenter's Fire Departments of the City of GUARANTEED. Frankfort, and has at all times been 2 South Side Drug Store. in Opposite State House, faithful, conscientious and fearless PRANKPORT, KENTUCKY. EE This would seem a contradiction .8 so. In fact, to tho eye But experience has proved Mn.J. I. Cash, (Hickory Groo Pnrm, - homo Tnko the c.iso of the Its possibility. Iiaelnc, "Wlh., bny.s: "AKCi- to iwff of who dwells In a malarious reelon. .. 'cry known remedy, Iieniocd u ls pi Lunch '.J A robti.st constitution It no certain defense , o years Mamllug, lrom u a yeur vul lilly, U oi Wliat Is? Re-- 1 URalnst the dreaded chills. vrlti. three applications of testimony, covering a period little corded short of half a century, proves that Hostet- ter'H stomach. Bitters in precisely mk this continent does not limit the Held where the in South medicine has proved Us eniricy ItlstliohestprcparatlonlhavocveruFcdoi lirmil !.' America, the Isthmus of Panama. Mexico, of. I heartily recommend It to ull Horsemen." disevenwhere In fact where nilsatnu-borease t ikes on Its most obst nate and formidWe liaic hundreds of such testimonials. able types, the Bitters Is a recognized speclllc In Illimitable demand, and .prescribed by iAir.Krt: Si. 50 per bottle. AskyourdrnsGistforlf. If ha Ml . i K hffi ttfaVflluSiV physicians of repute. Potent, too, is It iu dWrtTJ; I Tat ! .T S T.1 Nfc, docs not l.ifi it.iAMHl us Ujc. stamps or M" ver, for trial lex. a oruers or tne siom.icn, liver aim uowis, mm "v. d. EDDY & co., "Whitehall, k. y. m&jRmri against that destroyer, la firlppe. It improves Skra522CTRAiEU:!IC appttit" and sleep, neutralizes rheumatism Wl mt Mf3icimiiB:nc3ii;aaimin Hllllllll30lll!IllCllllCIII3SItlCIlri MvlUif.Um and kidney complaints. I MY-EYE-8- fe QUINN'S 8INTEHSEMT, I I lr & 7 , DWARD CLAASSEN, -- PEiiCTICiLI Plumber, GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Cioseis, Still Another. Deputy U. S. Marshal G. R. Lucas, of Owen county, brought to this city on Saturday, John Molden, who is charged with counterfeiting. He is a member of the same gang of which Zach Moreland, who has been in jail hero for sometime, is supposed to be the head. ' the discharge of his duties. He died in the tervice of the city and leaves behind him a large and dependent family. I very respectfully recommend that tho council make a generous and liberal appropriation to his daughter, Miss Mollie Goin, to assist her for a short time in maintaining the family. If the appropriation is made, I am confident it will meet the approbation of Frankfort's always warmhearted, generous and charitable people. You Don't Know Anything! are Ignorant! You Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduntesa-sisteto positions. Catalogue free. Write to d Elbow Dislocated. While working with some flowers in the yard of her residence, corner of Shelby and Todd streets, Monday morning, Mrs. Ohas. E. Haff slipped down a terrace four or Ave feet high and her right arm coming in contact with the fence her elbow was dislocated. Dr. E. M. Gober reset the joint, but Mrs. Haff suffered great pain with it for several days. Dr. fl Hale's Household Cougli Cure Is a purely vegatable remedy prepared from rare medicinal plants, a perfect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness, loss of voice, whooping cough, bronchitis, the first stages of consumption, allays all soreness of the lungs and chest, and gives perfect satisfaction. It is tho greatest medicine of tho age to strengthen the lung tissue. 25 and 50c. per bottle, at Carpenter's South Side Drug store. 2 Weddings. Lang were married at the Church of the Good Shepherd at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, tho attendants being Miss Josio Salendor and Mr. D. J.Newman. Immediately after the ceremony they left over the Midland for a short bridal trip. Mr. Thomas B. Rodman, of this city, and Miss Laura Drake Lindsey, of Mt. Sterling, were married on Wednesday evening at tho Christian Church in Mt. Sterling. Mr. George R. Washburn and Mieu Mary Moore, daughter of Mr. W. B. city, Moore, formerly of this at the First Christian were married Church in Louisville Wednesday evening. V. Mr. Mont Parker and Miss Carrie Mayor. The ordinance granting to the Electric Light Citizen's Company the right to use the streets for the purpose of erecting wires to supply the members of tho corporation with incandescent electric lights was reported favorable by the committee, and after being amended so as- to limit the price to be charged for cents per each light to seventy-fiv- e month, was passed. The street car ordinance was then taken up and after being discussed at length was adopted. The ordinance gives wie ngnc oi way in the streets to the person who builds the road, and provides for granting tho franchise to the highest biduerior the same. Councilman Shaw moved that the President appoint a Hpecial commit' tee to look into tho opening of a new street back of Holmes, and that said committee be instructed to report at tho next meeting. Adopted. Councilmen Collins. Shaw and Haff were appointed on said committee. Councilman Darnell moved that the assessor's books be accepted and the assessor paid. Adopted. Tho hall committeo reported in favor of permitting H. T.Gaines to release the Opera House to a good and competent person. Adopted. The council then adjourned. - Yery respectfully, Richard Tobin, About the curative powers of the Electropoise, or you would lose no time in obtaining one. If you are sick or ailing (it matters not with what complaint), you should that we at least send us your address Electro-poise may explain fully what the is and what it will do for you. If you are fortunate enough to be blessed with perfect health, you no doubt have some sick friend wno you will favor by sending their address to DuBois & Webb, Room 10, Norton Block, Corner Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville, Ky. . m E?llUSIRAII0NEU2ii;ESS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY. Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter. FOJJ THE WOODS Of THE SOUTH HJS 0 EQUL by which this Saw Is protected consists of a depression of tho faco of the cutting teeth through tho center from point to base, thus removing all friction whllo in use, giving strength and stiffness to the teeth and increasing three-foltho dura- DIXIE'S FV0fITE. 'T Th patent d bility of the "tet." WK CHALLENGE equaling the ATKINS FAST CUTTING DEXTER. THE WOULD to produce a Saw tl5 pnirpJs,lT,r 1X1 OP1 LOUISVILLE MARKET. TOBACCO IJ1IH'" Stool, Inclndlnp nnndles, $1.00 per foot. stcej without MuiiUles, .75 per foot FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. BEWARE IMITATIONS. ii Sales on our market for the week justclosedamountto 2,693 hhds., with , The largo demand for the Atkins Concave Tooth Dkxtkr 8aw has led competitors to mako Inferior Saws which they claim "as good as the Uexter." These imitation Saws aro made from a lower grade of steel, inferior workmanship, and without the patent concavo tooth. Ask your hardware dealer for tho "Atkins DEXTEa" and tako no other. If tho dealer will not order it for you, remit amount with order direct to us. , receipts tor tne same perioa oi i.iod hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 62,543 hhds. Sales of tho crop of 181)1 on our market to date 63,344 hhds. Our market this week has been firm and active throughout on hurley tobacco, the tendency of prices being upward. Receipts on bur market during the week havebeon unusually light for the time of year. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco, crop of 1891. Trash (dark) or damaged trash 4 EP Men 12-C- Ml ATtfINQ e. o. w. lmo P( 06 lU., JP, Indianapolis, !nd. Minneapolis. Minn. Memphis, Tann. Chattanooga, Tenn Plants, Bulbs. Seeds. Metal Designs. S2 00fa 84 00 tnhncco o uu Common Colory trash... 3 50 Medium to good colory J, THOMPSON NO 261 M r Favorite Prescription, administer it with a little patience and a little perseverance, and complete restoration to health and vitality is insured. Nob far, indeed, from the miraculous, are mnnv of the wonderful cures of lost Turnpike Stockholders' womanhood it has effected. There are few eases, indeed within the reMeeting. quirements of sick and suffering women, outside or beyond its helpful influence. So confldont aro the THERE WILL BE A MEETINO OK THE of the mniara nf Tin Plfirno'n Favorite Pro Creek Turnpike Company, Frankfort and Flat at the CourMioue, Wednesday. for scription of its power to heal all at 12 o'clock, on offlcerH for May 4th. 1892, and the of female diseases, that they warrant the election business that may ensuing year the come before L- A. HAIIHOD, Pres. satisfaction in every instance, or re- any other meeting. fund tho money. Large bottleBfl.OO HEN. MARSHALL, 8ec. and Treas. April 13, 1832. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. (0 for $5.00); at druggists. 00 Common lugs not colory 3 50 Medium to good colory 10 00 6 00 lugs m 7 4 50 Pnmmnn fiolorv lucrs ., - -c w.. n of Hands. Common to medium leat i uu() iu 00 By Laying-ouu 14 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf. 14 00 20 00 Woman restored to perfect health! Good to fine leaf. faith and confidence enough re- Select or wrappery Just 25 00 20 00 quired to lay hold of Dr. Pierce's tobacco -- 500 50 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, - -- TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050.R1NG2. NOTICE. Rose Buds a Specialty, We GIVE AWAY absolutely FREE of cost, an elegant black orcolored SILK DRESS pattern oi 16 yards to any yom p lady In every town In America, wno is wiuiuk iu imduco amnni; ner inenas floral designs. FOR SALE. "iut - 83-3- t. column. Illustrated ma-- r I Bazlne, one of tho best published.I II Fashion, flowllblral Devoted to Fiction, uome uecont-tlon- s ers, Fancy worn, everything pertaining to the household. and Send at once 25 cents for the magazine one year on trial and u package of elegant silks to select from. Address THtiMODEHN QUEhN CO., sireet. New Uaven, Conn, o. w . t June Mention this paper. rDCCl hHHBI r Page, C4 PLACE OK FAVOIUDLE ON which we reside, TERMS, THE School, with near the City flfty feet fronton Ewlne two adjoining lots, each street, running back about two hundred feet. Tho tract will be sold as one or seperately, aa doslrod. For price und terms apply to us or Vf ll. AverHl. MA11I AND MAG. PAGE. e. " !l f, IkIBI WMW-'7- I W 6 JOHN T. BUCKLEY IS- Beady for Spring Trade in the most complete Eeady for Spring Trade with a ' large line of IS' China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns closing out. goods. Cook siov es i Ranges. Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double I am No trouble to show JNO. T. BUCKLEY. Religious. We would 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. JOHN T. BUCKLEY. JAPANESE ministers and officers of churches! n the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish be greatly obliged to the made.) I?. t'.. Rev. George Darsie will go to Lexington this evening to supply the pulpit of Rev. Mark Colhs at the Broadway Christian Chhrch in that city. 9:30 in the chapel. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Baptist Church Sunday-scho- ol Rev. W. 0. Taylor, the pastor. Public worship at m., conducted by at First Presbyterian Church 11The a. at usual services m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. McOluskyBlayney, D. D., the pastor. Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, will occupy the pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 7:30 p. m. place, and brothers, of "Wbodlake, last week. Mrs. Sinclair and son Erie, of Frankfort, visited her fater, Mr. Billy Wilkerson, the first of the week. Mr. A. W. Macklin is improving the looks of his residence with a handsome coat of paint. Mrs. Pottit (Aunt Becky) will build a neat cottage on her lot in May. Mr. George Brock, contractor. Died April 26, 1892, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Colston. There is a great deal of sickness among the children in this neighborhood. Mr. Louis Todd, of Frankfort, ia at Mr. Alfred Stedman's. Rev. J. H. Burdin will preach at the Lebanon Ohurch and tomorrow at the regular hours. Mrs. Dr. Triplett is visiting friends in Fayette this week. Mr. Scott Sebree continues very sick. It cheers him up considerably to see his old friends and neighbors when they call. Mr. Gaugh, of .Midway, is here taking orders for some very fine Crayon works. He shows beautiful specimens at very reasonable prices. to-da- ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST the estate of Warren Aynes, deceased, are hereby notified to produce tbe same to me, on or before the first day of May. 18U2. proven as re- WM. CROMWELL, A (luaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind uulred by law. Master Commissioner F. C. o or degree External, Intornnl, Blind or Bleeding t. April Itching, Chronic. Recent or I eredltarj. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. $1.00 n box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mull prepaid on receiptor price. A written Guarantee positively given, to each purchaser of nix boxes, when purcnased at one time, to refinm tne $5.00 paid ir not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. apiLE p Jan. lC-l- Xfffv Notice. FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the Waiuien Aynes, Adm'r. vs. WAHHKN ") y Equity. AYNES, HKIItS &C. CURE ) fecokotss t hotel, IN LEXINGTON, KY., Saturday, May 7th. 1892. Saturday, May 28th, 1892. Saturday, Juno 18th, 1892. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical operation an d with little or no pain. BICYCLES gists and sample. OAYLK. HiidLECOMPTEik GAYLK CO.. DrugHole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for y Cheap Rates on L,. & IS. REEERENCES. ' W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. ticott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. .1. T. Statcn, Frankfort, Ky. V. Ucruerlcti. Frankfort, hy. Iiev. L. P. Hulett. Uensun.Ky. A. II. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. Damaged Goods. which all modest women, especially Sale PABIB, JUTT. unmarried ladies, seriously More rain, more rest. neadquartera for PEItFUMES, TOILET GOODS J'oung From the ilrst application you My entire stock of dry goods, Gardening and all kind of farm AND SUNDRIES. Sole W. S. AVERILL, work is progressing finely, although will feel like a now woman. Price notions, laces and embroideries, Lev-eretpost-pai1.00 by mail, slightly damaged by smoke, will bo Finest SOB A WATER ia Frankfort, we are having so much rain. The Frankfort, Ky. Specific Co., 339 Washington closed out at cost for cash. Mrs. Sophia Bell, of Elmville, 18--1 jr. Mrs, Estio, of this St., Boston, Mass. Wm. O'Donnell. Ajirll v isited her sister, Jane Menstruation, Rupture at Childbirth More thou pays for Its use In the extra producor any complaint originating in distion of Pills. eases of the reproductive organs; whether from contagious diseases, Sick people should not be deceived Act on a new principle regulating heredity, tight lacing, overwork, by protenders who talk about A3 E 'germs," "baccilli," &c, to the liver, stomach and bowels though excesses or miscarriages. One lady writes us that after suffering for ten sell their preparations, thus preventfine nerves, a new discovery. Get a trial box. Pills spoedily cure biliousness, ing people from buying the original one application entirely cured tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa- that tion. Splendid for men, women and her, and furthermore, she suffers no Killer" is what you need. It is now, children. Smallest, mildest, surest. more pain during the menstrual and for years has been, making 60 doses for 25 cents. SampleB free at period. It is a wonderful regulator. more cures than all other remedies & WILLIAMS, tlJio8o Buds1' are a simplo harmless combined. Read their advertisement CHAPMAN y J. W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. but wonderful in effect in this paper. Don't bo deceived. prepation, The patient can apply it herself. No DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION Forks of Ellcliorn. doctors' examination uiiuoonutv to milk scarce. Methodist Church Rev. H. G. The children who have been sick Henderson will preach in our community during the past morning at 11 o'clock and in the few weeks, have about all recovered. evening at 7:30. Mr. Samuel Hoggins and family .Sunday-schoconvenes at 9:30a. m. have remove to Frankfort. May The Epworth League will meet in success over attend you and yours, the class room at 0:45 o'clock p. m. Bro. Hoggins. Mr. Henderson extends a cordial All honor to Kentucky's Legislainvitation to the members of the ture for the noble stand she has taken General Assembly to attend these in regard to closing the "World's services. Exposition" at Chicago on Sundays. Down with King Alcohol and the desecration of the Sabbath will bo at Protracted Meeting The pro- an end. was commenced at tracted meeting the Christian Church on Monday evening, and Rev. Mark Collis has Happy Homes. been preaching earnest, logical sermons to large congregations each Thousands of sad evening. There were two additions homes have been made and desolate by use evening, and of "ifosc Buds," which happy proven to the Church Thursday have the interest is increasing. The meet- an absolute cure for the following ing will continue during next week, diseases and their sympand services will bo held at 3 o'clock toms, Ulceration, distressing Congestion and in the afternoon and at 7:45 in the Falling of the Womb, Ovarian tumors, evening. Dropsy of the Womb, Suppressed ol from another correspondent. Baptist Church, near Regular Services at the Christian Bridgeport, will be held in the future both morning and on the First and Third Sundays in Ohurchat the usual hours. each month, Rev. F. W. Eberhard night, Elkhorn was higher lasfc Tuesday pastor. and Wednesday than it has been for years previous. He v. Mark ten OHhiBTiA" Church Mrs. Mattie Green and daughter, of Collis, of Lexington, will occupy the Beard's, are visiting relatives in our at 11 and 7:30. pulpit burg. Young People's Society of Christian Mrs. Mary Carter has been very Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- sick for several weeks. , at Mrs. Maud McCartey, of Stamping er meeting in the Lecture-room7 p. m. Ground, has been visiting her parents, Capt. and Mrs. South, during usual the past week or two. Catholic Cuukuii Tii services at the Church of the Good Miss Lizzie French spent several will be con- days in Frankfort this week visiting Shepherd by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, friends and relatives. ducted A little more practical religion and the pastor. First mass at 8 a. m., second mass less back biting and fault finding at 10:30 a. m., and vespers at 3 p. m. would tend to greater advancement in the divine life "Truth crushed to again." Southern Presbyterian Church earth will riseOlubb and son, Carey, Mrs. Sallie Rev. W. G. Neville, the pastor, will at 11 have returned home from a visit to occupy his pulpit relatives in Henry county. a. m. and 7:30 p. m., aB usual. Very little confusion in our town Mr. Neville will also preach a serafter- last Saturday. The election passed mon to the children a very orderly manner. Might noon at 3 o'clock. All the children off in been better. have the city are invited. of Eggs in abundance; butter and "Evergreen "Evergreen Church Services at Sarah Jane. fimwimimMtiimp t&53fJ On account running races at Lexington, the L. & N. railroad will sell round trip tickets to Lexington, on PLRN ! April 29th to May 10th inclusive, good ON INSTHLLOTENT to return May 11th, at 1.15. On account General Conference Pay part cash, balanco monthly, and you can of the M. E. Ohurch at Omaha, Neb., take your choice of the llnc-- t line of ejclo3 In the the L. & N. railroad will sell round United States. Mr. Prince Wells carries In stock trip tickets to Omaha, Neb., on April 27th to April 30th inclusive, good to return until June 1st, at one fare When you can get to pick from so many high On account Southern Baptist Convention at Atlanta, Ga., the L. & N. railroad will sell round trip tickets to Atlanta, Ga., on May 3d to May 6th inclusive, good to return until May 17th inclusive, at one fare. Frdiikfoit, Ky. DR. KELLEY'S ofllco and residence Is at 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may every day of each week except SATURbe fou-iDAYS, rfimpi lets describing these diseases tne mode of treatment sent freo to any one and V. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. ,Tas. M. Wlthrow, David Moore, Benson, Ky. tV. J. hughe. Frankfort, Ky. CONSULTATION FREE. A jMllllfl WRv 9 sKs9bjIu!ia9 FORTY STXES. & W. W. Alexander, Agent. grade wheels, why solei-- t from n stock of one or two? See our pneumatic tired Itambler. It Is out of sight. Can be repaired lu two minutes. HHUBUt THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, At Carbondale, 111. Is now receiving patients, to whom identically the same treatment is given as employed bv Dr. Keeley, at Dwight. The line old Allen mansion, on West street, is occupied by the institute, which is under the direct personal control and management of the Leslie li. Keeley Company. Tnose desiring circulars, or information on anything pertaining to the treatment, &c, should address THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, . Carbondale, Illinois. 1- -t GRCJTGIIER Roundabout offlse, 217ft St. Clair street, AufcNTa ROBERTS tMBM.3 Y0(jrWw jMmm HP Hart -- ou written nit -- et? If you tieren't, wisdom mil Intelligent ambition suggest vrilte I promts you snr peclsl, pergonal attention, i to briefly teach any fairly intelligent person if either lex, who nan rud and write, and who, aner instructive, will work Indus trloutly, how to earn Three Thou-isn- d .. Doll-.- year In thelt own V1IV!W c joi. PRINCE WELLS, of Louisville. erer they lira. I will also furular the situation v employment, a which 70a can earn that amount. Ins I chart; nolhlnr and recetrt noth 66 MOTHERS'! FRIEND" ! ! To Young - Mothers &- - cessful, at abort. rioiiuns; atmem. to learn, or that unl.ts suc- requlrtt much time. I desire count. 1 have already taught and proviaea witn em but ont person from each district or olorment A lam number who art sFliVcS-S--- V. u i3m$MgWi . I ! Special Sale Of colored woolen dress goods, be ginning Monday, May 2d. Liberal fsHm. W4MI miking- orer '1 hree T housand Dollars a Year, each. All Is new, solid, sure. Full particulars After you anow all, If you "Delude to go no further, why, no harm Is done. Address, free. JLlil.i:S, II ox 4!0, Atiuutlu, Mulne. Dec.5-ly- JN. - discount. Sam. D. Johnson & Co. o Dor, a When Baby was sick, wo gavo her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When she had Children, sho gavo them Castorla. I Makes Child Birth Easy. Shortens Lessens Pain, g Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. : a a 9 Booh to "Mothers" mailed FXtEE. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, QA. f0O441999mit Poultry Remedy. SOLD BY ALL DRUOQISTS. a OTJltES land, situated about two miles west of Frankfort, on L. &N. Railroad, adLOSS joining W. L. Collins. Will sell the whole or in lota at a bargain. For TS THE OLDEST POUTRY ItRMKDY ON THE Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea. particulars call on 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, , A. Goins, J. Headache, Nervous ProsMillville, Ky. Moore's For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom TONIC tration, Nouralgia, Pal- OF APPETITE,! m CHOLERA. AND GAPES. Ulilcs' Nerve and L,Iver Tlic Old Original Remedy Leads. "Mi-crobi- ," ur-Mile- s' pitation of tbe Heart, Loss of Energy, Weakness of Back, Feelings of Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc, In use for 25 years by otnlnont physlolana and surgeon! In tbe United HtuteM, and by them the heat TONIU extant, others fall. it ouron where allyour DruggistTry It and b for It. convinced. Ante pro-nouna- ea 45-l- PIIIOB, $1.00 PEB BOTTIiB. J. ED RAY of & CO., Manfs. and Proprs., Agont, d. te 25-t- f. y. r PFw'Tr,?1T'gr ; KPyW'TOSRfTO r "7 ' ' mxsm HUS TWJF'rv , ' '"T? M.. jc3 Xj-A-I A SELBERT9 JEWELER, qtihije: Watches & Diamonds SOLID GOLD ee We carry in stock a JEWELRY. and vi j line of Chronograph, T Split Seconds ?fi nickle Horse timers. If in need of. any thing in this line us. Dr. Kale's Household OintcalJ. and see 11 S ment It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Is the finest remedy in the world. irjfr ri Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, BuniB, 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- Ointment, applying it freely and thoroughly to the chest, keeping the lungs covered with hot flannels. She soon began to improve and in twelve hours the crisis was passed and she waB out of danger and is alive and Your great remedy Bav-e- d well her life. John S. Edwards. Sworn and subscribed before me, Wm. H. H. Taylor, Notary Public. For sale at Carpenter's South Side 2 Drug Storo. to-day. Of Adams, N. Y., makes the following sworn statement: Kenyon & Thomas: This is to certify what I know your wonderful medicine, Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, will do in caBes of pneumonia. Last winter my mother, who is 75 years of age, was sick unto death with pneumonia. Both lungs were badly involved. The attending physician said she must die. As a last resort we commenced using your Dr. Hale's Household Jolin S. Edwards, Advertised Letters at Frankfort, Ky. Below will be found a list of advertised letters for the week ending April 23d, 1892: "n,,.. !, TT: TC11II. T.ial,- TV - Baker,' MissEalla Lynch, Calvin Bones, William JVlcUuDina, Marshal, Charley Miss Deen, Miss Lulle Mahler, R. M. Nolon, Walker Graves, Cash Russet, Mrs. Mirie Gee, Fred G. Henderson, Jas. P. Rudder, Thomas J. Halsoy, Dr. M. D. Sullivan. 0. D. Helm, Major W. Samonis, Mrs. W. .Harriet Jackson, Ramon Smith, Miss Sue water at dinner time, about having Tracy, Elick Kirkman, Miss to ride home four miles in the dark, Wilkerson, B. D. IdaB. and how my family would be anxious Wilcoxon, A. J. Lampkin, Will When calling for these letters say ad- about me if I wasn't home by dark. When we got up in the jury room I vertised. says, this caoo don't amount to a hill J. M. Saffkll, of beans. Of course you know that Postmaster. wo don't got no pay. 'This is regular cirous court,' said some one, 'and From Sire to Son. we get two dollars a day.' Not in a case like this, says I. We are a speAs a family medicine Aunt Fanny's cial jury, picked up to try this ono Health Restorer passes from sire to case, and if it takes up a few hours, son as a legacy, if you have kidney, or all day, we get nothing; but if we liver or blood disorder do not delay, find we can't agree and have to come but get a free sample package of this back in tho morning to finish we get remedy at once. If you have Indiges- pay for tho two days, four dollars. tion. Constipation, Headuche, Rheu- 'Who does get tho pay, if wo don't,' matism, etc., this grand specific will says he. Why, the regular jurors, oure you. Chapman & WilliamB, the says I, them fellows that's walking leading druggists, are distributing around on tho streets, waiting for us samples free to the afflicted. Largo to finish. Let's call tho sheriff, if 28 you don't belivo it. 'Not necessary,' packages 50c. m says ho. 'Lot's hang.' That's my ticket, says I, and that's what wo did. Pea Ridge. h Wo agreed not to agree that day, and came back in tho morning, stayed an Satisfaction prevails hero at the re- hour, drew our fuur dollars apiece sult of the election. The "ring's and wont home. We could have debroke." cided tho caso in a few minutes, but Rev. Mr. Jones will proaoh at Pea there was no sense in doing work next Sunday that other people wore getting paid RIdgo Bohool-hous- o for, and rather than I would servo May 8th, at 11 o'olook. week, without pay, because ono man says I Bills are posted hero announcing a must, I'd hang any jury from now g of the People's Party till tho day of judgment, if was y at 3 p. m., to nominate candi- only a question of five cents." it dates for Sheriff and Circuit Court Clerk. Should bo kept at stablos and stock yards. Salvation Oil is tho Tho strayed stock have all got man but of back safe, so far as hoard from, and best friend not only to For swelled dumb beasts as well. retho gaps in the fences are being old strained paired. Tho wedding noted in this joints, gallB, and tendons, of all sores, saddlo wounds kinds oolumn last week brought so many there ib no remedy liko Salvation visiting relativos and friends from a distance All who have rode across Oil. country on u dark, rainy night and tho oreoks high know how in Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.' mass-meetinto-da- Annie Oredhead, Bifda Morgan, Charley Clark, Chas. Moore, John Crawford, Miss Thomas Willie Duncan, Charles Miner, James who wish, to sell more books. If school books were printed by the State, furnished to schools at cost, there would be such a large increase in the attendance at the public schools that many more teachers would be employed and there would be no need for compulsory education. If wo know there was a man hired by a book house at one hundred and fifty dollars per month to wait on our Legislature to persuade and advise them which books to seleot, ought not that to be a good reason for selecting none of his bookB? Fault is found with the Jury system by some people who never suggest a remedy, While it has some trifling faults they are more than atoned for by the grim humor that attaches to it: "You see I was a set-ti- n in the court house listening to the trial when I heard the judge say 'summons me twenty-fiv- e says he, so I put for the door, as I didn't want to be caught. Right at the door, just 'as I was a gettin' out, I met the sheriff and ho says to me 'keep your set Mr. .' What for says I. 'Jury,' says he. Don't want to serve, says I. 'Very sorry,' says he, 'but I'll have to detain you; judge says so.' No he didn't, says I. Ho told you to summons twenty-fiv- e and I a settin' down. Go and get some of them fellows standing over by the windows. 'Pll get them directly, but I want you now,' says he. Is there any pay in it, says I. 'Not in this case,' says he. Then I'm not the man you're hunting, says I, and I took hold of of the door to go, and then he laid his hand on mo and said, kin'you'll have to stay der short-likand servo, whether there's any pay inlit or not ' I'll bet I don't Berve without pay, says I. With that he called a deputy to take me back to my seat. Well, after a while the case waB given to us. I don't remember what It was about, for I wasn't caring any thing about it. I was thinking about my horse I left in the stable, wondering if they would give it the-handl- convenient it is to find a fence right in the way when a short distance off glittering lights, fairy footstops and the delicious sound of the fiddle in vites you to come on. The price charged for school books is beyond all reason compared with their value. Compare a school book with any other book of equal size, amount of printed matter, style of binding, &c, and then we shall know who advocates the compulsory education law. It is the book house Say, Mister. Is it possible you are suffering from catarrh, and have not used Dr Sage's Catarrh Remedy? All tho terrible consequences of catarrh in the head may be averted if you'll but make the effort! You possibly know, too well, its distressing symptoms! You know, if neglected, it invariablygoes ATTENTION. MRS. SOL. HARRIS, With Miss the head milliner, has just returned from the Eastern Markets with the best and largest assortment of imported from bad to worse, and is likely to run into consumption and end in tho grave! Here is a way to escape: Its makers are willing to take all the risk, and make a standing offer of $500 for an incurable case of this loathsome, and dangerous disease. You can get S500, or better a cure! ANNIE WALLERMAN, MS H Swallowfield. season. Following is the vote cast at Bloomington in the Democratic primary on Saturday: Armstrong, 46; Jeffers, 57; Ford, 83; Franklin, 19. Mr. Goodridge and wife, of Ball's Landing, are visiting friends here. Mr. D. M. Onan, who has been suffering with rheumatism for six months, is improving slowly. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. PltWjTil-l-i.ifirPy Mr. William Pickett is farming the noted racer, Allen Pinkerton, this HATS, BONNETS, FLOWERS, RIBBONS, 1 We &c, which, we will sell lower than-ever- . ' are ready now to take your orders. J. L RODMAN & SON. CURES ALL BIG BJLB.OJLIMS. Best Indigo Blue Calicoes Best Colored Calicoes Best Dress Ginghams Best Apron Ginghams Black Cotton Stocking Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton : ! . DISUSES! Consumption VJ beU.eve 74c. , 5c. 5c. 6ZC- - Cured. 8jc. 5 c. e, lt.t0 be one of tho best medicines T,he Phrs'clans, tw i years ago. wild my wife hud consumption, both lungs affected. I nave had to send her outh for several springs to ie.?P..Jyr?.1,ve hut since she has been taking Microbe Killer she has been right at home attending to her business, and Is In better health than she has been In 20 years. "It. T. PQOLE, Cedartown. Ga." of your medicine. Having been asufTeror from weak lungs, bronchial affection and indigestion, after taking Microbe Killer all of the above symtoms have entirely disappeared. " ours. etc.. Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. J. .L April RODMAN & SON. Several Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers "Janitor THOS. L. DAVIS. Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, La." Capifal City Business IESI'.&.SXjXSIEZEID College. asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. Respsctfully. "EDWIN have been a sufferer from asthma and catarrh, for more than two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting uo In bed orrecllidng In a chulr. l ha e used one Jug of Ridam's Microbe Killer, and f r the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly us a I attribute my relief to the remedy, and child. heartily recommend It to any ono suffering from "I Asthma and Catarrh Cured. 1891. Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, "Cashier hi Dank of Adulrvllle. Ga." a MOORE, Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. Young ladlis and gentlemen prepared tor mercantile life IN Fever and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after taking Microbe Killer for nlteen days I am entirely cured, after being nick two years with malarial and during which time I contracted other diseases, I was utended during i his time by three ilux. etc. or the best doctors of the city without being bene-Iltte"WM.DOHKUTY. "10 Celeste i t., New Orleans. La." Send 2 cents stamp for circular and the Microbe War, shows what disease Is and what the remedy must be, and do. to cure It. Head It, circulate It and you vt4l the discoverer for saving your life. Address HAMM'SMICHOHE KILL"R, Nashville. Tenn. J. W. OAYLE or LECOMI'TE & GaYLE agents for Franklin com ty. CO.-sole Business writing, Book-keeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Grammar, Mr. ltndnm'H Microbe Killer Cures nil Diseases by Removing tho Cause. Night Arithmetic, finished. Apill Business Correspondence, Commercial Law, Spelling, etc. school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced student Application made for Incorporation. Diplomas awarded. Cwtilogue In press. Wo have the bett home school of business In the State of Kentucky. Send In your name. .ot ' Jnn, lG-l- UOSTIX QtUBTITT. BK8TIXQC1UTX. AUBREY & SARGENT, s 'Ml WORMS! Fresh and Cured Meats WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rpdtymCIUnDS0r(.TATLORHKD. DEALERS IN 'i jThcy invite inspection, 'as they have the FOR 20 YEARS In the City. SOLD EVERYWHERE. CO,, ST.LOCIS. Corner Bridge and tuiZJiW ,A.,',yV1i.i'A UpX. Second Streets, South Side AUl'tdta .j4 , jk..: ,tu. jf jLi..VlSllAi-- iA- - BfBVl :taii r 'v "JKraaraMSSKBSESE I $ ; Dunlap Hats! Crutchep O. nmsrsffoxEaana Men's, Boys' and Children's Spring Suits. I ' Tin A T I What adds more to a spring suit than nice shoes and shippers. 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; wc have them in popular prices. Hixxi-tiiiLg-toxx Ties, Eldson Ties. SouLtlxojo. Button, Sou.tb.ern Ties, BlTLiclier -- V 'h 4 In Common Sense, Opera Toes, new Philadelphia and Piccadilly Toes, with patent tips and plain toes. Wc arc, 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. Ties Inspect Our Stock! Main Street, FRANKFORT. taAS&'n&CSSMSS3IZ s T 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, G. FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. T 431 K 4-t- h and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE His Superior Ability In treating Obscure Chronic Diseases Is something marvelous, has cured where othois have given up to die. better From Florida. Continued from 1st page.) I want your readers to know and believe what I write. I try to state facts as I see them. I do not believe that the mainland anywhere in the State is safe from frost So far, after going West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Hall's never-fallin- g Balsam ," Broker in Ave years 13-8- Stocks ONLY'. and ionds, through the State this winter and hearing from every portion of the .State, I believe this island to be one of the few places in the State exempt from this terrible calamity that is befalling the poor man who ventures to reach out in this direction. The island is about all taken up by homesteaders. Tomatoes and other vegetables are being shipped daily to all parts of the country, so far with very favorable results. I believe the day is coming, and not far distant, when this island will be the .garden spot of Florida. The people here deserve success, I mean the poo- were raised in the heart of the world. I could tell of some of their pioneer life if I had the space to do so. I could write a book on this island and the people now entertaining us, but space forbids. Even as it is you will have to divide this up into two or more letters unless you think otherwise. We leave morning with the glad thought that wo are starting towards home, and oh! how I long to .get home, after having formed more ties and added more new links to the chain. It is my intention to be home by or about the first of May, and will state I am enjoying better health than I have for years, for all of which I fell thankful. This will be my last letter for this trip to Florida, and will say in the closing that but few people who visit this Stato have seen as much of it in its wild natural state as we have this trip. From this time on all my visits will be on the coast and in the woods and swamps. God bless old Frankfort and all her surroundings. Goodbye, Yours truly, w P. A. FOR THE LUNGS. loans on town and farm property on one to time. Investment secur ties for sale. Feb. a. e. w. COMMISSION NEGOTIATES L P. Waller, pi. B., The world renowned specialist, will be atFranlc fort, family remedy for Repairing of all kinds neatly and lias been a COLDS, CONSUMPTION, promptly executed by the Kentucky COUGHS. SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS, PNEUMONIA, CATARRH. INFLUENZA, ACUTE Buggy and Harness Company. BUONCHU'IS. 15-t- f. TABLER'SPH C m "Where to go Xltis Summer. If you contemplate taking a trip this summer remember that the most delightful place in America is Old Point Comfort, Va On Tuesday, July 26th, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will run its ASTHMA, CHRONIC AND WOOOPI." G COUGH. CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN INTUESIDEAND SPITTING OF BLOOD, and BUCKEYEJjLC all diseases of the Capital Hotel. April 29, 189, JJIV HlW" T UJII W O !. O DUU.J AJJfv - I1CJ John E. Miles. A Mystery Explained. The papers contain frequent notices of rich, pretty and educated girla oloping with negroes, tramps and coachmen. The specialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says all such girls are more or loss hysterical, nervous, very impulsive, UDbalancodj usually subject to headache, neuralgia, sleeplessness, immodorato crying 01 laughing. These show a weak nor vou8 system for which there is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervine. Trial bottles and a fine book containing many marvelous cures, froo at J. W. Gaylo'fl, who also sells and guar antees Dr. Miles' celebrated Now Heart Ouro, the finest of heart tonics. Cures fluttoring, short breath, etc. well-know- n 6 27am 508pm 1 20i)iu G25am Ar. Summit 9.39 9.19 Winchester . " 11 10am 0 45pm 1 bopin 715am Ar. Elkhorn D. B. 8.35 Lexington . Arr. 1203pm 620pm 2 45pm 805am Ar. Switzer General Passenger Agent, ozopm UGOpm 740pm 11 OOain Ar. Stamping Ground . 8.10 Louisville Arr. 7.40 Cincinnati, run dally fn Ar. Duvall LIMITED VESTIBULEDTRAINS 7.30 Johnson connection with Chesapeake & Ohio 'F. F. v.", Ar. Georgetown . . . . 7.15 Ar. to New York. 6.05 U S. Depot runs Idally and Ar. Newton FAST MAIL TRAINS 5.45 Ar. h make local stops between Lexington and 6.30 Centervllle Ar. 5.00 Ar. Elizabeth 4.40 Lv. Paris "HUNTINGTON 1 & MOREHEAD uccommoda FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. tlons run dally. 1 connects wlthlL. & N. Otto LAno's Adm'r., ) LEXINGTON V MOREHEAD & LEXINGTON 2 connects with 0. & 0. and L, S. Equity. vs. MT. STERLING accommodations run dally 3 connects with K. 0. ) Lizzik Knou Ac. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecPERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THROUGH SLEEPING CARS to and from tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all ALL estate of Otto Lung, deceased, are hereashlngton and New York without change. points north, BOiith and west. by notified to produce the same before me, on or g W. Babnkt, For further Information apply to their agents. before the first day of May. 1892, proven as re- 0. L. Brown, E. B. WEITZEL, G. A.. Lexington, Ky. 0. D. BEROAW, WM CROMWELL, Agent, by law. quired Gen. Pass. City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. W. 8, IUitnisoN. Master Commissioner F. C. C. P. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. April G.A., Ashland, Ky. 3'ou throughout the country. get them. " u oupm Hotels. " osapm Five trains daily between Cincin" nati and Indianapolis, two trains New York Arr. 1047am 120pm 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. C 00.1m 625tii) route are on sale at coupon offices Cattlettsburg G37am Ashland Be compartment buffet cars, reclining chair cars and elegant parlor cafe dining cars, start from Central Union station, Cincinnati, where connection is made with the Queen & Cresent route and Louisville & Nashville railroad, avoiding the disagreeable transfer across the city necessary via other lines, enter Chicago in full view of the World's Fair buildings, and stop at VanBuren, street opposite Auditorium, Iceland ana meneneu Returning every four weeks during the year. Dr. Walter has had years of experience In the largest hospitals In the country, Is u graduate of Leading to Colleges and has for a number several of the CURES W0T&11HG BUT PBLES, of years made best a specialty of all chronic und surgical diseases. He undertakes no Incurable disDR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM contains no opium, mmmmm mm mmmmmmmmmmmmm nmmmwm eases but has cured hundreds given up to die. morphine, norany deleterious drug It soothes nnmml avm,i.oInti ff.rm T.avinrfnn nnri and heals the Membrane ol the Lungs, Inflamed A SURE and CERTAIN CURE He treats successfully and does not take the case cure can be by disease, und prevents night known for 10 years as tho BEST unless u und Chronic guaranteed. the blue grass region. A trip to Old and poisonedtightness across the chest. It Is Acute OuCtrrh, ringing In the ears, FOR PILES. cost you less' than to any sweats and the taste. Be sure and ask for DR. REMEDY Point will Deafness. Diseases of the Eye, Ear. Nose, pleasant to CO., 6T.L0CI8. Frspindbf RIClUKDSOK.TAYLOBltKD. ex'ibroat, Lungs, Kidney. Urinary and Bladder WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take no other. other place on accouut of the Troubles Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, For sale by tremely low rates made by the Constipation, Rheumatism and Paralysis. Hotel and the railway com Hveeia Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. EPILEPSY OR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. pany to parties takintr advantage of Blood and Skin Diseases, as Syphilis, Scrofula. PRICE 25C, 50C, Si. 00. this excursion. Stricture. Gleet, etc , cured by Improved and Full particulars will be advertised DR. WM. HALL OO., NEW YORK. Shortest and quickest between never falling remedies. Oct. shortly. Chas. L. Brown, Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhea, painful FRANKFORT. AND CINCINNATI G. P. A. menstruation, displacement of womb, beurlng . down pains in buck, relieved In short time. Only direct line between Young or middle uged men suffering from Car Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Eruptions, the result Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris. oi errors or excesses, snouiu can uoiore it is too Valley Co, Newport News & Mississippi late, and guarantee a cure Superfluous hulr and Gynthiana, Fallisle, Kaysrille, all eruptions on the face permanently removed. Remember th date and cometarly, as his All trains of the popular Big Four rooms are always crowded wherever he stops. mouth and Covington. Route are vestibuled and equipped Washington, Philadelphia, . Examination and consultation free, private or confidential. Address Now York, with palace sleeping cars, private Baltimore, Throat, Chest and Lungs OINTMENT t. w. -- G-jnrx-i- :, Kentucky Midland 24-C- Big Four World's Fair Route to Chicago. Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re ASK FOR TICKETS BY VIA KY. MIDLAND. and in effect november iF a s t Mall EAST BOUND 1MW Lexington . Lve. 7 35am , all eastern cities. 15. 1891. LYMAN P. WALTER, M.T)., Louisville, In your own Ky. TUIIS UN CEIIIIIiL 1 STANDAHD M TIME, I Limited Accm. Express: Dally Dally Dally. Ex Sun. IkxSuii I TIME TABLE TRAINS EAST. Lv. Frankfort Lv. Summit Lv. . . . 1 APRIL 18. 1891. M V A M I No. 7. 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2 20 2.35 3.1 0 No. 3. No. 1. 4.00 4.0G G.OO C.IKi Mt. Sterling " Winchester " 8 8 64am iam OOOpin 1140am 530pm U45pm 1230pm 7 00p 111 7 12pm I uspm 785pm DAILY. . Ashland. . Cattlettsburg Huntington Washington Philadelphia " 12 10am 1007pm 840am " 1228pm 1023pm r.n.i in 1047pm 2 10pm 5 60pm 820pm 30,im BAILV 1 85pm 41)11) M5iii 727l)iu Ex Sun I HPIII Jr. Paris Lv. Duvall Lv. Jolm-o- ii Lv. Georgetown Lv. C. S. Depot I v. Newtown Lv CeutrevlUe Lv KlUabeth Elkhorn Lv. Switzer. Lv. stamping Ground . ..... .... .... ..... ..'I. . . . I 3.5 3.40 3.50 4.10 A M I . . . 4.12 4.20 4.35 4.41 4.60 5.00 5 05 5.19 5.30 5.85 5.48 M I b.U 0.1H 6.32 G.39 0 44 6.32 6.6G 7.09 7.18 7.23 7.37 H V M sure Martin, Mt. Sterling Lve. ..." t A I 205pm 10 TRAINS WEST. Ar. Frankfort- 0. Notice. Hunt-Ingtot- No. 2. No. 4 9 3J aio 8.01 9.25 7.55 9.19 7 47 9.13 7.31 9.01 7.22 8.54 7.10 8.49 7.07 8.41 7.05 8,30 0.49 8.24 0.39 8.16 6.34 8.12 6.20 8.00 No.8 9.60 No. 12 and they request that all sullerers should wrlto them In regard to their case. Dr. Walter also has muny testimonials from patients having been cured of prlvato diseases but does not publish them even by permission but will furnish them upon application. Address Dr. Walter can refer you to hundreds of cases State und every state In the Union, whlci he has cured, among tnem the following: Mrs. Rev. J L. fctokes. Darwin, Ind., SuppressMrs. Henry Uned and painful menstratlons. der, Camden. Ind., Female Trouble. Mrs H. W. Crockett, Delphi, Ind., Caturrh. Mrs. tius Gln-rlcowusco, Ind., Lung Trouble. Mrs. Martha Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast removed without knife or caustic. Miss Hettle Block, Mlchlgantowii, Ind., Catarrh, Mrs, T. E. McCurty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Rosa Cooksou, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eje straightened. Mrs.Saruh Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Caturrh and Asthma of long standing. Mrs .M. Clark, Mooresvllle, Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic. Miss Surah Dougherty, Rocklleld, Ind., Epllepsey. Mrs. Lancaster, Vlvalla. Jnd , Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Martinsville. Ind., Catarrh, Doctors said would die with con as ever. Wm. A. Gard, sumption. Is as well y uuriington, iiui., Kiuney trouble tor tour years. Dr. Walter cured me two jears ago have not been troubled since. Elijah I oler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not see after business-a- m as over. James Wyatt, Delphi, as well y Ind,, Could not hear and had a constant dlscharo from my ears. Dr. Wulter cured me entirely. Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J C. Canine, Waverlund. Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Keller, Greencustle, Cancer of Eye. Mrs. Mary Jones, Edluburg, Brlghts Disease. Dr. Walter gives these names by permission h, L P. Walter. M. D. Louisville, Ky. 9--tt. jttfeiti&ilM AAlWka&tiuiL! iifiiLtoJ'iU&iLttfcAi' ESHU Hera J!ljfoiiii t.'L--