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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892050701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE FfiAffiFOBT GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. Rotwmboitt. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance . A "WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. Volume XV. FRANKFORT, Highest of all in Advening Power. TJ. S. KY.. MAT 7, 1891 Number 35 m H A National Event. The holding of the World's Pair in Gov't Report, Aug. vjf 1889, . 'iSt city scarcely fifty years old will be Ufii a remarkable event, but whofcher it will really benefit this nation as much as the diflcovory of the Nervine by Dr. Franklin S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Miles is doubtful. This is luet what the American people need to cure norvousneas, their etcessivo dyspepsia, headache, dizziness, sleep, essness, neuralgia, norvous debility, dullness, confusion of mind, oto. It nets like a charm. Trial bottles ami .fine book on "Nervous and Heart Diseases," with unequaled testimonials, free at J. W. Gaylo's. It is warranted to contain no opium, mor1 phine or dangerous drugs. five dollars apiece to and they Advertised Letters wouldn't take it, so I know the others Frankfort, Ky. Rldgc. Pea There ought to Eaid them more. kind of law to make them Below will bo found n list of advertised Stock hogs in demand and scarce. stand up to thero word," ho said in- lettors for the week ending May 7th, Fruit in primo condition and lots of dignantly did give mo aoven dollars 1892: ''Yes it. election day, but I did'nt sell Anderson, A. Robinson, Miss I intended to vote Barto, Aaron Mr. James Whitehouso has the boss my vote. Willie any way, but when I saw Baker, Miss Ethel Rogers, Miss Mary for field of oats. that was what he was paying I J. Mrs. Ready visited friends In Louis--vill- e thought I had just as well havo some Boles, Dock Becketts, II. Roberts, Miss Sunday. myself. When I seo a person with Black, Mrs. E. T. Susan People are talking about the more money then sense I don't think Bradley, Eli Sleets, Clarence . its wrong to take one to learn him uurgan, John uatterwmte, k. August election. the other." Son tors, James B. Oalmes, D. H. Mr. Jones will preach hero Combs, Edward Sparks, Sam at 11 o'clock. Taylor, Richard Olauneh, G. M. Remarkable Facts. Cole Miss Tillie Thomas, Robert Mr. Will Sargent has rented the Cooko, John Russell place. Heart dtaease ia MuaHy eaypoee Dawson,Mrs. Mary Tracey, Mrs. Becky J. John O. building a foun- to bo imrarablo, but whoa properly Foster, James A- - Vance, Edward E. Mr. Will Dennis is a lrga treated of easos dation on the Todd farm. can be curod. Tkus Mrs. Elmk-- Graves, Branum Wash, Mrs. Cash our friends attended Hatch, of Elkhart, La,, aadMra. lott Several of We are sole agents for four patents that are acklowledged to be the Wingato, Arch Ohurch at Benson Sunday. Mary L. Bakor, of Orld, Mleh., wor Gray, John Hocker, Berry Woods, Mrs. Eliza best made, Mr. Will Tracy is preparing for an cured aftor Bofteriag 20 years. S. C. Hase.MissMansey Wilkins, Eli Linburger, druggist at San Jane, 111. immense corn crop at Flat Creek. Hardiest, Tom Wheeler, Frank P. oays that Dr. Miles' Now Hearfe-Cor- . REED ANDRATAN GOODS We have just put on the floor an Weston, J. A. says that he got a which cured the former, "worked Jeschke, Joe Mr. Will Tracy Hendall, M. H. (2) Welson. Dr. J. J. immense line of this popular furniture. ,vond;ra for his wife." Levi Logan, "bureau for his vote at the primary. Williams, Sam of Buchanan, Mioh., who had hoart Lloyd, Tinie Persons wanting good milk cows JisoaBO for 30 years, McEly, Miss Em- - Young, John two can get them cheap in this vicinity. made him ''feel likesays new bottle NEW FINISHES. ARTISTIC DESIGNS, Young, James ma a man." PoabodyrG. G. Willow Hotel are tending Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is seld WE GUARANTEE THE LOWEST PRICES, John and Newell Pierce a. large melon patch on Mr. Charles nd guaranteed bv J. W. Gavlo Renfroo, John Hook of wonderful testimonials free When oalling for these letters say adPierce's farm. 1 Tsrtised. John and Alex Traoy have rented J. M. Satfell, the tract of land known as the Sol Low Rates on Q. & C. Postmaster. place, for corn. Crockett None of our people attended the The Queen & Cresent will sell Mother and Child DoXexington raceB thiB week, they got excursion tickets at reduced rates ing Well. on account the following occasions: enough to do them last year. At Louibville, Ky., May 11th to Mrs. Brown was sick. Her friends James Tracy and Will Pierce will Louisville Jockey Club Meeting. 20th, patch this &c. said she would never get well. lave another large melon At St. Louis, Mo.. May 12th, Annual "What's tho trouble?" "O. some year on Mr. Will Orutcher's farm. Council 17th Anniversary kind of female weakness. The docMrs. Morris Nichols, who has been and Grand Conclave A. O. TJ. W. tors havp given up her case hopeless. At Louisville, K., May 18th, Annual 'She may live for some time,' they visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Episcopal say, 'but as for a cure, that is quite "Will Dennis, returned home Wednes- Council of Protestant Church Kentucky Diocese. day. question.' " At Georgetown, Ky., May 19 and 20, out of tho believe it," said a woman, Mr. Dock Traoy, of Winchester, KentuckyState Homeopathio Associa"I don't who heard the sad news. 'I don't who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Annie Tracy, will shortly leave here. tion. Birmingham, Ala., May 22 to 26, believe' she's any worse off than I At with his family to reside inLexing-ton- Independent Order B'nai. B.'rith was, five years ago, from the same Forcret that I am selling everv dav th trouble, and I don't look very much grade of Convention. Annual woman, do I?" She cerThe Roundabout will receive a At Knoxville, Tenn., May 24 to 26, like a dead not. with her red, plump at the same PRICE F7&L.m suggestion offered in all kindness by Knoxvillo Gun Club Shooting Tourna- tainly did cheeks, bright eyes, and 150 pounds that cheap seconds are being offered at PleaBe put name ment. the Ridge Scribe. cost. At Cincinnati, Ohio, Juno 8th, of good healthy bono, bloodjand flesh. of paper and date on top of each and "I'm going to Furniture how she can get see her She tell hor Association National 3age. did bo. well." Workers. Dr. Farmers aro planting corn, cutting For further information call on She advised Mrs. Brown to takeMrs. bushes and wrestlinc with the rocks, ticket agents of write D. G. Edwards, Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Oils ana Brown took the advice, also the , Rakes, Forks, Faints, turning them up hill this year and G. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. medicine which cures all kinds of down the next, and the crops grow in delicate diseases so common among, the crevices between them. The Trouble Over. women and got well. That was The largest stock, the lowest price. Several of our people attended two years People's Party Convention at A prominent man in town exclaim- sented Mr. ago. Last month she prethe d Brown with a Frankfort to nominate candidates for ed the other day: "My wife has son, and "mother and child are doing Sheriff and Circuit Court Clerk and been wearing out her life from the are satisfied with the result: South effect of dyspepsia, liver complaint well." Trimble for Circuit Court Clerk and and indigestion. Her case baffled Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Lou Ohoate for Sheriff. the skill of our best physicians. 1 ''After seeing a number of votes After using three packages of Aunt Cheap Rates to Chicago. hmicrht-- T nnmft homo without VOtinf? Fanny's HenlthRestorersho is almost for fear I would get the reputation of entirely well." Keep your blood in a The Kentucky Midland is selling selling if my name wont on the book. healthy condition by tho use of this tickets from I am saving my vote for the regular great vegetable compound.get Call on via Cincinnati,Frankfort to Chicago, a trial at $8. election for a man who will not buy a Chapman & Williams and C. D. Bercaw, package free. Large size 50c. vote under any circumstances." G. F. & P. A. 29 Our venerable sage is saving an old Roundabout which ho is going LOUISVILLE TOBACCO Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. to show to Mr. John E. Miles. MARKET. There is a very interesting story in sage think it that made our Ananias or it was FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, &3 Baron the work of TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. never before published. LOUISVILLE Munchausen A citizen who watched the last fcsKlLLbUJ OUST TvT STO primary says it would be better to Sales on our market for tho week uell the oflicos of Sheriff and Circuit justclosodamountto 2,787 hhds., with cno samo penoa oi muh Court Clerk by public sale at the receipts lor on our market since JanCourt-hous- e door to the highest hhds. Sales to bidder the proceeds to bo turned into uary 1st amount1891 65,330 hhds. Sales on our market to the Treasury. The present system of tho crop of -gives all to bummers and floaters, date 55,416 hhds. erf DapilMlHntMkJ Receipts and sales still continue while good citizens got nothing. light on our market and prices wore Some people havo spoken very firm and active throughout tho week. h an rntirrTj-nr- rr They will'fill nrliirrtiir tin 4 harshly of some of the candidates There has been very little fine tobacshort tjme. for using money and whiskey, Bond- co offored but wherever it appeared ing men home drunk to their fam- it commanded fino prices. They are altogether too Tho following quotations fairly ilies. M. BEATTY, G, severe. One party was as willing to represent our market for burloy Attorney at Law St Keal Estate Agtn receive as tho other to give and a tobacco, crop of 1891. bribed votor has its use. Supposo a Trash (dark) or damaged BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. 4 00 2 00 Jury was needed to clear a guilty tobacco THE- PRACTICES IN LEE, BREATHITT, W0L7E, man or convict an innocent one when Common Oolory trash... 3 50 5 00 Powell, clay and other 31111, Jackson, X 3Uif7$f can better men ho got for tho pur- - Medium to good colory counties Sept. tho ''Sold 0 50 then in tho ranks of 4 50 trash Soso 5 00 Common lugs not colory 3 50 CLOCKS. told ono of Medium to good colory The election worker W. 10 00 0 00 IS SOMETHING ALARMING ABOUT lugs our people who went to vote that THERE ot my clocks us they are regulated and 7 00 4 50 Oolory lugs other party aro paying for votes Common to to any household, there Is example "the 10 00 will sot a goodlecture lor them as they sneak for 7 00 modium like fury at five and six dollars Common to good leaf. loaf10 00 14 00 no use for athey range in prices from 1.00 to $20, themselves, Modium .apiece, after making arrangements 334 MAIN STREET, Will practice in all State Courts. Of14 00 20 00 It will certulnly pay you to call. us only this morning not to pay Good to fine leaf. with W. L. COPPERSMITH, fice 231 St. Clair street. apioco. Thero Select or wrappory over throe dollars FRANKFORT, KY. Jan.SO-lj- . second floor, Custom House. 25 00 20 00 Frankfort, Ky. tobacoo go a couplo of follows that I offored Rtifol iga Baking PURE at F. BROWER & UUij Powder ABSOLUTE! FURNITURE! An Unequaled Assortment of fine Medium and Low Priced Chamber Suits, Parlor Suits, Easy Chairs, Rockers and Couches. i-- rprtim Shar-Grave- s, FOLDING BEDS. a are C. F, BROWER CO. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, Re-uni- on D -- T zBEJsrr WJJ :h:.:ebx Mnisn. ton-poun- -- 1H. 1 tftlnlp JaSCl Hardware Merchant -- JACOB SWIGERT& CO., Have Removed From the Bafzell Building a H101 MD 102 sm sEsmyBasement this-spacoutk- A TNT the H. MATTEE2T, sPZr Clocks r j ALARM NltllHUIir, J. CHINN, JR, . JSJ.lYkix.xrxx "Wagons- - SELLING OUT AT COST! iczIol We will begin selling at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements," Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Rames,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass. Guns. Fishing Tackle, Black smith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, .April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Mr. Lee Buckley was in Lexington Monday. Mr. J. W. Gaines was in Louisville i On J&JL&bxr rO-fcl- i h J. COLLSSMS & Tlie Toasts. The .following Is the list of Toasts for the Banquet of the Kentucky BRQn Opposite the Farmers Bank. ,?i r S Thursday. Col. Tom Porter, of Covington, was in town this week. ville Thursday, shopping. Mrs. D. M. McHenry has returned from a visit to Ohio county. Rev. W. G. Neville left Monday for South Carolina to visic friends. Rev. W. B. Cooper made a visit to his family in Lexington Monday. Rev. H. M. Polsgrove, of Lexington, was in the city the first of tho was in town Wednesday. Miss Mamie Hawkins was in Louis- Judge John Lockett, of Henderson, ton Clubs at Eclipse Park, in Louis ville, Thursday. Will is a Jonah. Miss Lizzie Hudson gave a tea ThurBdary evening to a few of her young lady friends in honor of Miss Stella VanArsdell, of Harrodsburg. MissMary 0. Cromwell, who has been visiting Mrs. George A. Lewis, at 421 Second street, returned to her home in Fayette county Tuesday morning. Miss Stephenson, of Harrodsburg, is visiting her brother, Hon. W. W. Stephenson, Representative from Mercer county, at Mrs. Gaines', on Clinton street. Press Association next Wednesday night as adopted by the Committee: "Invocation" Rev. H. H. Scudder, D. D., Carlisle, Ky. "Tho Commonwealth at Homo" Governor John Young Brown. "The Commonwealth Abroad" T. T. Crittenden, of or H i$ f ' Missouri. k: Mr. Louis Tandy had his hand caught in the gearing of the saw at Miss Stella VanArsdell, of Harrods- Ohoate & Graham's mill Thursday burg, is the guest of Miss Lizzie afternoon and badly bruised up. He Hudson. is doing as well as could be expectMrs. Ohas. Mathews, ofShelbyville, ed, and it is hoped no permanent inis here on a visit to her father Mr. jury will result. John Cox. " Mr. J. M. Todd, jr , of Louisville, Lyon Comedy Company. visited his parents here the first of the week. The Lyon Comedy Company will Miss Adelo Gaines has returned appear at the Opera House all of from a visit to Miss Mamie Combs, of next week, commencing with "The Lexington. Shadows of a Great City" Monday Mr. L. A. DeLime left Thursday for a and change of bill nightly. This is .visit to his son, Mr. Thos. L. Dei.ime, said to be an excellent popular price "in Louisville. admission 10, Miss Helen Floyd, of Louisville, is organization. Rates of 20 and 30 cents. the guest of Miss Annie Herndon, near this city. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. Mr. John W. R. Williams spent, A marvelous cure for Catarrh, S9veral days in Covington this week-- Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Headache. With each bottle there visting friends. Judge A. T. Dudley, of Henderson, ) is an ingenious nasal Injector for tho more successful treatment was in the city the nrst ot tne weeK complaints without extra of these charge. visiting relatives. Price 50c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 Miss Kate Murphy was in Lexington this week, attending the funeral New Boat. of Mr. Tom Connor. The Florence Shanks, a small Miss Kate Green returned home Wednesday afternoon from a visit to steamer, has entered the Kentucky friends in Louisville. river trade, making a round trip each Messrs. J. L. and W. H. Waggener day between this city and Carrollton, left Monday for Atlantic City, New and connecting at the latter place Jersey to spend the summer. with both tho Louisville and CincinMiss Belle Cohen, of Fayette coun- nati packets. She can get up a speed ty, is in tho city for a few days, the of fifteen miles per hour, and will be guest of Miss Louise Hughes. quite convenient to those having Misses Tenie, Mary and Carrie business on the river. and Lide Mangan returned Monday from a trip to Versailles. week. Mrs. M.J. SafTell, of Lawrenceburg, visited her son, Mr. W. S. SafTell, this week. Hon. J. W. Bryan, of Covington, has been in the city several days thiB week. y Mrs. W. J. Hughes returns from a visit of several weeks in Lexto-da- Urey Wood"The Pennyrile"-'M- r. son, of Owensboro Messenger. Mr. S. Black and Rev. E. S. Alderman left Wednesday for a trip to T. H. "Tho Mountains"-M- r. Atlanta, Ga , and Wilmington, N. 0. Arnold, of Middlesborough Critic. They are delegates to the Southern "Lexington, the Gem of the Blue Baptist Convention, at Atlanta. Grass" Mr. W. Preston Kimball, of wonder what Dr. Smith is look- Lexington. ing so glum about," "Why I can "Education" Judge Wm. Beckner, tell you, he says his trade is almost of Winchester, Ky. ruined, that he'll hardly have a patient in the winter months after a "The Ladies" Judge J. Soule while, all on account of Dr. Bull's Smith, of Lexington. Cough Syrup." "The Doctors" Dr. Jos. Bryan, of 1 , 'I Hand Hurt. Lexington. Emmett Lawyers" Mr. Logan, of the Louisville Times. "Our Poets" Maj. H. T. Stanton, of Frankfort. "The Press" Col. E.Polk Johnson, of the Frankfort Capital. Col. J. O. Hodges, of Lexington, Toast Master. At a meeting of tho Lexington Press Club the following was promulgated by the President, Col. John O. Hodges: "The impression abroad ladies accompaying delegates to the Kentucky Press Association will not bo expected at the banquet is erroneous. They will be cordially welcome to all the festivities of the occasion." 'The R. K. McCLURE DE3Ias (t ington. HLj.A.IESOrlESI1 tlxe selected, stools: and. of BEST KP9 53 a !Tote of it. Books, Stationery, Etc. In ZF'ranlsfbrt.. ZMIalse :1 Oil, "What a Cough. Will you heed the warning; the signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you can afford, for tho sake of saving 50c, to run tho risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold tho past year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not be without it. For lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W Gayle. Wo 37 Fine Flowers. have been placed under obligations to Mrs. Dr. W. H. Hall for a box of beautiful Marechal Neil roses, taken from tho fine bush in her green house at her homo on the South Side. They wore the most perfect specimens of the fine flower we have ever seen, and tho bush contained several hundred buds and flowers, and was as pretty a sight as we ever gazed upon. Mrs. Hall has a largo lot of other very flno roses, which she is selling from 1.50 por dozen up. Should you at any time wish a or roses, if you will Bend tho order to hor it will receive prompt at tention. bo-qu- et Mc-Ewa- n Misses Sannie Gaines, of Georgetown, and Sallie Welch, of Jessamine Gaines. Mrs. Chapman Coleman, of Berlin, Prussia, is in the city, visiting the family of her mother, Mrs. Mary Entertained. county, are the guests of Miss Jennie R r Hendrick. Mrs. H. If. Owsley, of Woodford county, visited tho family of her father, Cant. Sam. Sanders, tho first of the week. Mr. J. W. Marksbury, the clover legislative correspondent of the Loui3ville Commercial, spent TuesIn the Nick or Time. day in that city. The nick ot time to stop the course ot bladder Drs. E. E. Hume and J. Q. A. and kiiinc)- complaints It when the orpins Stewart attended the meeting of the concerned exhibit a tendency to grow Innethe. State Medical Association in Louis- The healthful Impulse toward activity that they ville this week. receive fiom Hostetter's Stomach Hitters rescues Louisville, them from Impending danger, s and averts such Miss Annie McAfee, of dangerous maladies as Bright dlso ise and din i , .. . rbblUllUU !. uuiliu Wnrlnnarlnv ueamey, .wm Uliirrlulniau nt hn r til nai a nnru ana " Annie mnrninrr uuw" -" to Miss "'" after a visit liability to chronic rheumatism, gout and dropsy, on Second street. and since the blood Is filtered by those organs In Its passage through them, the operation ot Rev. J. McClusky Blayney, D. D., tm, mtea 8ervc.s a doubly happy mirpose. will leave Tuesday for Portland, tiio medicine acts without exciting, like the n," V to aiiena the meetinc of tho Hery ttlmulants ot commerce. Malarial, ur peptic, constipated and nervous invalids thoroughly relloted by It. Since tho advent General Assembly. , ' or that shocking malady, la grippe, It has been Its U. S. Commissioner Ohinn attended widely demonstrating it. usefulness as a Court of the Louisville and Bos- - tlve and preventive of -- Thursday night last tho Leap Year Euchre Club met at tho residence of Mr. Joseph SchrofTand were entertained in a pleasing manner by Miss Josephine Miller, sister of Mrs. SchrofT. The prizes were very beautiful, and wore won by Mr. Robert Brawnerand Misses Katie and Emma Miss Josio Nickles. leaves next week for her homo in Louisville, much to the regret of the Club. On King's Royal Germetenr. y I I i I curu-th- o statement. J. W. Gayle tho druggist desires us to publish tho following testimony as ho handles the remedy and believes it to bo reliable. t imimlif. n Kfi nonf hnr.f.lo nf flhn.m- berlain'B Pain Balm and applied it to my limbs, whioh have boon amicteu with rheumatism at intervals for one year. At tho time I bought the Pain I can Balm I was unable to walk. truthfully say that Pain Balm has completely cured mo. R. H. FAim, Holy wood, Kan. Mr. A. B. Cox, the leading druggist at Holywood, vouches for the truth of tho above 35-4t. . the medicine of the century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with tho people is the acknowledged wonder of the The beautiful designs of our new medicine world. Based upon tho spring stock of children's Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, onco popular, commodern, and at mending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Norvo Tonic and Blood Are bound to please you, and the Purifier. It is without doubt the PRICES were never most reliable germ destroyer in so LOW. and to tho extent that the theory is correct, King's Royal ermotour is tho remedy. It is no accident but is tho result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For 19 sale by Chapman & Williams. Many new and pretty things, in all the woods most fashion- ble are daily being placed Sale of Damaged Goods. on our floors. My entire stock of dry goods, notions, laces and embroideries, 3ES- - ZRogrers 5Z slightly damaged by smoke, will be Opp. Court-housclosed out at coot for cash. ROGERS J SOU. CARRIAGES ex-istan- Son. May 2-- e. 25-t- f. Wm, O'Donnell. 1 y. ui&t JK?iJ,;i'f'.., MOikito &A&MtJt MHffll fflWjflRm SPRING HATS! PRING NECKWEAR! STDrins Woolens Imported s sun.d. Domestic KjBWRMJW G-ood-s. . Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. t have you look at them. Would, be pleased r,y HUDSON. HUM Sliiloli's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the most vauccessful Cough Medicine wo have over sold, a few doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough, 3roup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful succobs in the cure of Consumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first A Guaranteed Cure for Plies of whatever kind discovery it has been sold on a or degree External, Intemnl, Blind or Bleeding ..guarantee, a test which no other Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. This Remedy has medicine can stand. If you have a 21.00 a box, 6positivelyfornever been known to fail. sent by mnll pre. cough we earnestly ask you to try it. paid on receiptboxes,price. $5.00; written Guarantee A of to each purchaser Price 10c, 50c. and $1. If your lungs positively given at one time, to of six boxes, refund the $5.00 are sore, chest or back lame, use when ifpurchased paid not cured. Guarantee issued by J. W. r'Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. GAYLE. nndLECOMPTEdt GAYLE CO.. Drug---- fjFHSS KSETiCiK IB fckffWB xtojk &. CASS Ey to buy. Farmers, you can buy ! f hL'r afepTEf Kentucky and Harness Works Is the place w mm 16-l- BUGGIES, HARNESS AND PAUM -- IMPLEMENTS . -- -- V3? WjSaiOIjIES.A.IjIS s PRICES. si W. Gayle. 37 K. T. Conclave. The annual conclave of the Grand Oommandory of Kentucky was held dn Covington this week, and the attendance was quite small, the only commandery present in a body being Maysvillo. An unpleasant incident was the disagreement between tfhe- - Covington and Newport over the bands to be used, and which culminated in the withdrawal of the Newport Commandery from participation in the ceremonies. Those present from this city were Grand Commander J. W. Pruett and Sir Knights J. Buford Hendrick, V. X. Clark, V. A. Kaltonbrun and Geo. A. Lewis. They returned home yesterday. The Conclave next year will be held in Louisville. -Com-manderio- B gists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. Miles' Nerve and Liver You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-classtyle. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. 1.50 SUCCESSORS TO Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Salesroom, opposite court-housbad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. X3I-A.T7-50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at STOTTZK y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. e. E3 45-l- Pills. O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Factory, South warehouse. ZBTTGrGr"5r IDP - AJCIfcTTIEID.. March 2G-t- f Obituary. April. 1892. Mr. William Lewis departed this life, and passed on to the laud beyond. Although he was sick but a short time, yet the disease, together with the gilef sustained by the loss of his wife who proceeded him only a few weeks, was more than the aged form of about fourscore years could bear, lie xuccutnbed to the dread summons and passed quietly uway to meet the realities of the unseen world and to renew the relatloj.ship with her, who, while In this life, was his solace In hours of gloom, nnd his strength in time of need. "Uncle Billy" was born In iranklln county, July. 1811. and spent the whole of his life In our midst. He was the oldest child of u large family, some of whom are on the other side of the dark river to welcome the coming of their brother, while five, two brothers, and three sisters, are left behind. He married Miss Rebecca Harp and to them were born three sons nnd two d.iu?hter. This circle was broken by the death of the oldest son, jib ho entered the full bloom of manhood. lust To the remaining sons nnd daughters, the brothers and sisters, who look, with tearful eyes, upon th. little slab that marks the resting place of father and broth r, I commend you to the father and brother of us all, In whom you will llnd a cure for every wound, n comfort for every sorrow and a huven of rest foi the weary. ii. ai. LEWIS-- On How to get TUiii. the "Loverette" Obesity Pills, which .gradually reduced the weight and measurement. No injury or inconvenience leaves no wrinkles acts by absorption. This cure is founded upon the most scientific principles, and has been used by one of the most eminent .Physicians of Europe in his private practice for five years, with the most gratifying results. Mr. Henry Perkins, 29 Union Park, Boston, writes: From the use of the "Loveretto" Obesity Pills my weight has been reduced ten pounds in three weeks and my general health is very much improved. The princi- les of your treatment are fully by my family physician. In proof of my gratitude I herewith five you permission to use my name f you desire to do so. Price 2.00 per package, or throo paokagos for $6.00 by registered mail. All orders supplied direct from our in-ors- ed ment for obesity, (superflous fat) is The only safe and reliable treat- The eminent physician, J. Marion Sims, of New York, says: "I Moore's am convinced that Proi. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu able disinfectant ' ' 21 We have some first class second hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Use it in every sick-rooWill Call and see them if you want a barkeep the atmosphere pure and gain. Mastin BR03. OF THE LATE MRS. wholesomejremoving all bad odors THE HOUSEstreet, between Shelby WINGATE, Thl'd and Main from any source. A streets. For Rent My house in South modern South r rankfort. andnew house with all improvements containing seven Will destroy all Disease Germs, Prankort. seven rooms and kitchen. : rooms. All in good repair. Possession given i April W. II. POSEY. infection from all Fevers and all about March 20. contagious diseases. Guy Barrktt. f Darby's Prophylactic For Rent. 30-t- f. 23-t- 26-t- Poultry Remedy. WM. CROMWELL, EY-AT-LA- ATTORN WILL TT W Special Sale Of colored woolen dress goods, be ginning Monday, May 2d. Liberal discount. Sam. D. TS THE OLDEST POUTRY RKMEDY ON THE 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures REAL, ESTATE AGEJXT. PRACTICB IN THK COURTS OV Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will alio give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate, collection of nta claim CHOLERA AND GAPES. and the legotlntion of loans. r fc Johnson & Co. lnn2M Buckleii's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt More then pays for Its use In the extra production of Is Your Nerve Steady, Or do you tremble and feel that you are breaking; that your nervous system is giving way. If you have a weak, nervous system the very best thing you can do iB to begin y using Dr. Halo's Household Tea. It is the finest Nerve Tonic known and will restore you to health and vigor. Don't delay. Get a free sample y at Carpenter's South Side 3 Drug Store. to-da- 3E 3- - K- - m . KENDALL'S to-da- The Leverette Specific Co., 33 "Washington street, Boston, Mass. 35-l- office. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Get a trial box. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS- For sale by SouthSide drug store, Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS P. H. Carpenter. 5-- iy ISl Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. AND SUNDRIES. Died. jeare. PENCE At his resilience In Bellepolnt. on Monday, May 2d, Gen. Junies P. Pence, aged 82 The deceased was the father of Judge W. L. undS. T. Pence, of Bellepolnt, Cupt. S. V. Pence, of'tbls city, nnd James Pence, of this countyt The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon from .'his late residence, and was largely attended. When Baby was sick, wo gate her Castorta. t When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla, When she became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. When she had Children, sho gayo thorn Castorla. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd, of Gorton, S. D., we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my lungs, cough sot in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Saviour, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would moet my absent ones above. My husband waB advised to get Dr. lung's Now Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took, in all, eight wfo!'"? bottles. It has cured me, and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at Phil. Oarpontor's Drug Store, regular sizes 4 50c. and $1.00. Aro n moat Special sale of all our colored and black woolen dress goods for the wook boginning Monday, May 9th. 1-- BICYCLES FixiGst SODA WATER April My. in Frankfort, ercd. as It blister. Tao Most Successful Remedy Is over dlscov. certain In Its effects and does not t Read proof below Kendall's Spavin Cure. Sweeney. Shoulder Joint IjnincncMt,tftillo l, Joint J.uiueut'Ms, working nnl,uuimiCHM la I' ore Foot. I mil lliit.Jolnc TjamcncHsund will euro that nil with Kendall's Spavin Cure. It Is tho best Liniment for manor Shoe-Uol- Rock, Ark., Aug. M, 90. Co.: Oents It Is with the greatest atlfactlon that I inform you that I hnvocured tlm followlngdlscoses: IJTTC.it Or. B. J. Kendall VP .v ' qiiaUsitf WfwplM j7""'3r5 urttfwai-H- ' ? owners. Horses that I linve. worked on are valuable, but without your Liniment would be worthies. I have frlomls who used it for Sprnlnri and JlrulNt'H and cured them. Tliov say It It tho best they ever used. Yours truly, X. U. S. WELLS. bcust I hnve ever used. I recommend It to nil horso V 1 Kid Gloves. All the novelties now on sale. Pearl Gray, Whito Wash Kid and shades for street and evening Sam D. Johnson & Co. wear. la-to- t. Sam D. JoiiNbON & Co. st Wool! Wool! WILL WE for woo,PAY THE HIGHEST &OASn PRICE delivered at the L. N. deiwt, In Frankfort, on Monday, Muy lGtb, Our wool sacks can be had upon application at the oQlce of CAMPBELL & BLYTUE. Important adjunct to n wheel, and If jou want to see and test the best tiros on tho best wheel In tho world, call and soe our Pneumatic Rambler. They aro tho only American tires sold throughout Europe. They are the only tires, of mi; make, that won't side slip, something; to be appreciated in Frankfort. They are tho simpler tires made, and have been repaired In 'ii of n minute. You had better examine them before pltic-ln- g your order elsewhere, or you might regret It. . Fully guaranteed. Hargalss In second-wheels- TIRRS & AGENT3 Kendall's Spavin Cure.' Monto Visto, Colo., Dec. SI, 1S33. Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.: Qeiits-I- u the year 1S31 1 treated with Kendall's Spavin Cure a Ho no Spavin of (.oven j ears stand. I11B uemiy as largo u a hens ogt and completely stopped tho lameness unit removed the enlarge, niont. Huvo worked tho horso very hard ever since, ho never has shown any lameness neither can I see any difference In the slz of the hock. Youis truly, F. U. COOLKY. fc" Millinery. CRUTCHER Ronndaboutlolllce, ROBERTS un 217ft St.;cialr street, )m All the latest novolties constantly received. Sheriff John C.Noel. Sam. D. Johnson. Muy Vit. PRINCE WELLS, of Louisville. (kSl &1 Jf 1'rtco $1 prr hntllc, or alas bottles for $5. All tlruuglcta huvo It or can yet it for yon, or It wtll bo sent to any address on rccaljit of price by the iiroxtrle- DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. Aug.My, nwmf.ixff SKffSS a mm MMiaaHl Till Siimi, h i It- r Doctor does not think public sentiCycling:. ment against him in Owen county Now that spring lias oponed up in will grant him on unbiased trial. It at Kraukfort, Kentucky, is probablo the case will bo tried hero earnest, the riders of tho noiseless RtMd at tho as second-clas-s mailable matter. steeds can bo seen on ovory hand. if the motion should be granted. Messrs. Minus Williams and HenttEO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. ry Ackley took a spin to Louisville Lost a Fine Marc. Sunday, tho latter making tho distance Mr. Colon M. Jones, of this county, in 5 hours and the former in 0, while FRANKFORT, MAY 7, 1802. lost a very fine trotting brood mare short runs to the outlying villages on by Lever, by death, on Saturday. Ho the pikes leading from this city are 5&S&5&R valued her at a good long price. of almost nightly occurrence. Tlie Wronjj Way. and Children for It is said that ssveral of tho local The House on Monday passed n Base BalHsts Here. wheelmen will make an effort to join resolution Riving the Speaker power Gastoria euros Colic, Constipation, "Caatorl a U so well adapted to children tht Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Messrs. Fred. Pfeffer arid Tom the Century Road Club during tho I recommend it aa superior to any prescription to appoint a committee of three to Kills Worms, gWea sleep, and promotes d! known to mo." II. A. Ancnxit, II. D., investigate the authorship of an arti- Brown, of tho Louisville Base Ball coming season. Tho requirements Without injurious medication, Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. Club, came up Monday morning on are, that tho applicant shall have cle in tho Louisville Times of Satur1G consecday, and giving the committee all tho early train, stopped over until made a run of 100 miles instops. " years I have recommended "Tho use of 'Castoria' is so unWersal and yourFor Beyers ' and shall always continue to ' Castoria. Ita merits so well known that it seems a work the powers of a court in tho discharge the afternoon special, and went on to utive hours, including all of supererogation to endorse It. Few are tho do so as it has invariably produced beneficial There are now two pneumatics tired of its duty. The Speaker appointed Lexington. intelligent families who do not keep Castorla results." Edwin F. Pinuss, M. D., within easy reach." wheels In use here and another orMessrs. Sims, Botts and Kincheloe. Carlos Matyh, D.D., Too Winthrop," 185th Street and 7th Ato., Candidates Nominated. dered, and any number of cushion New York City. Mr. Geo. L. Willis, the regular New York City. Late Faster Bloomincd&lo Eofonned Church. correspondent of the Times, was The county convention of tho tires. The solid tire will soon bo a absent on a recuperating trip, and People's Party which assembled in thing of tho past. Tra Cxwtau Coktakt, 77 Mubiut Smxrr, Naw Yowc. At tho last meeting of the Blue Mr. John H. Stuart, Enrolling Clerk this city on Saturday, nominated of tho House, who was acting in his Mr. South Trimble, of the Forks of Grass Cyclers It was decided to explace denies the authorship of the Elkhorn, as a candidate for Circuit pel an' member who "trained it" to offensive.'correBpondence. Feb. Clerk, and Mr. Lou. Ohoate for tho Lexington meet on the 12th and Wo disapprove of the abuse which Sheriff. 13th of July. the Times has applied to the General The moonlight nights recently Assembly and to the House in parIucaudcscents. have been a delightful chance for a ticular; but wo think the latter body Co. spin and the wheelmen have has tried to right the matter in the The Capital Gas and Electric Light not been slow to take advantage of wrong way. Should no attention Company have made arrangements them. whatever be paid to such disgruntled to put in an Incandescent electric Tho Blue Grass Cyclers might do mouthings, it is more than likely light plant, in addition to their arc lighting machinery, and will be well to call a meeting to consider the they would die a neural tieatb. adviBablllcy of making an arrangeSale on "Jack" Stuart is far too honorable ready to supply their oustomers with ment with the Base Ball Club for a light within the next sixty days. a man to write such abuse about the track at the park upon which races members of a body from which he could be run to more advantage than BEST OP ALL, was at that time drawing a salary, at the Trotting Association course. and we are glad to see that his denial To cleanse the system in a gentle and Jillinus Williams, Captain of the of the authorship has stopped the truly beneficial manner, when the Blue-gras- s Cyclers, is In the city from tide of censure which was leveled at springtime comes, use the true and Frankfort. Mr. WllliamB is hero to him. In view of his delicate position perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. One make arrangements for entering Mr. Stuart has declined to further bottle will answer for all the family members of his club In the June races. Louisville Post. represent the Times, and the interest and costs only 60 cents; the large Now, bad. Stand of that paper are now looked after by size $1. Try it and be pleased. Man- Jillinus, this is too us gaze uponforth, GET your and let Mr. It. S. Colson. ufactured by the California Fig manly form. Under whose garments have you been masquerading all Tlie Clarksville Sunk. Syrup Co. only. these years? Being a member of the "Bob" Agee Dead. 33. The City of Clarksville, which Club we would like to make some time ago broke her shaft while Robert Agee, the noted fisherman, the acquaintance of the new captain. here, and was compelled to lay up who earned his living principally Bearings. for several weeks at our wharf, made from his success in catching the her first trip to Louisville last week, finny tribe, and who was a noted n-iBase Ball. Frankfort, Ky. and on the return Sunday afternoon character in this city, died at his The young gentlemen who are at sprung a leak and sank in 30 feet home Monday night. He was a solof water just above Lock No. 3. She dier in the Ninth Kentucky Cavalry the head of the movement for a base ORCA LAWN, had a large cargo on board, destined (Federal) during the late unpleasant- ball club here have not secured so for this city and about twenty passen- ness, and was about 60 years of age. much encouragement as they desired, in the way of subscriptions, 1872, 1392. gers. It is thought that the boat GARDEN. but have decided to go ahead with cannot be raised and that the cargo Moonshine Keg. tho organization and take their will be a total loss owing to the TMMENSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN-- i Mr. Ben. Bigstaff showed us on chances on coming out evon. Lake depth of the water. The passengers tul trees, small fruits, shrubs, vines and Monday a keg which he brough twlth Park will be used, a high fence will plants. and crew were brought to this city by the little Sandy Sunday night. him from the mountains, which had bo built around it, and a grand stand PBICES XaCTW. results when We are sorry the Messrs. Abraham neither hoop nor stave. It was made with a seating capacity of 600 erect- Both tho method and Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant We have no agentsflnd our profits cease where are having such hard luck, as they from a section of the body of a lynn ed. Handsome uniforms have been and refreshing to the, taste, and acts tbslrs begin. General and strawberry catalogues are two of the cleverest fellows in tree, cut the right length shaped up contracted for, and Roxy Davis, who gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, on application to If. F. HILLENMRYEK. Lexington. Ky. the world. They had 7,000 insurance and then the inside cut out. The caught several games last year, and Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- Feb.30-3, groove for the heads were then cut, whose backstop work was so much upon the boat. tem eflbetBally, dispels colds, headthe ends of the keg boiled until they admired, has been signed to catch BssxuqcAtriT i m i HosTisquAiTrrr. cures became soft and the heads sprung and manage the team, and the other aches and fevers and of Figshabitual Hands Off. is the Syrup into position. It is much lighter positions will be about the same as constipation. of ita kind ever proonly remedy A gentleman who has been much than the ordinary keg and much last season. The boys are not out duced, pleasing to the taste and acMr. Bigstaff for money, but to secure some amuse- ceptable to the stomach, annoyed by Bevoral persons recently more substantial. prompt jn brought it with him as a present to ment for themselves and their friends its action and truly beneficial in its in trying to entice his cook from his service, desires to call the attention Mr. Alex. Macklin. A great many of during the summer season, and if effects, prepared only from the most WHITE'S CREAM of such persons to the law on this them are made In the mountains and you have not subscribed to their healthy and agreeable substances, its subject, which he will certainly see are generally filled with mountain fund, put your name down for as many excellent qualities commend it much as you can afford and help to all and have made it tho most is enforced if this thing is again at- dew as soon as completed. popular remedy known. them along. tempted. Article 14, chapter 29, FOR 20 YEARS Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c It is announced that the season section 13, page 432, General Statutes, Has led all Worm Remedies. will open about the 20th or 25th, with and 81 bottles by all leading drugentitled Crime and Punishment. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. At the regular annual meeting either Center College or Versailles, gists. Any reliable druggist who Sec. 13. "If any person shall willfulSOLD EVERYWHERE. of the stockholders of the Farmers probably the former. not have it on hand will promay CO,, ST.tOUIH. ly entice, persuade or otherwise in. cure it promptly for any one who Bank, held on Monday, the following fluence any person or persons who wishes to try it. Do not accept any were elected: board Excursions. have contracted to labor for a fixed Thomas of directors substitute. Rodman, Jas. M. Saffell, W. period of time, to abandon such conJames The Main Street Base Club CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. tract before such period of Bervico S. Dehoney, John W. Rodman,Walter will run another excursion Ball LouisSAN FRANCISCO, CAL. to Church, John C. Noel and shall have expired, without the con- LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. The Louisville and Franklin, tho last wo being new ville sentjof the employer, he shall be fined Washington clubs will play there. not exceeeding fifty dollars, and men. BHAIN HiftVC--. . After the meeting adjourned the Tho excursion last Sunday was very .CJB.WfrM be liable to the party injured for rfOi- -' enter- orderlyj and no trouble of any kind VvV such damages as he or they may have newly elected directors were In i tained by Col. Thomas Rodman at an was experienced. The management sustained." shall elegant dinner at his residence, promises that the one corner of Second and Steele streets. bo run In the same way. Fare $1.00 for KJVBMgSBBHlnVKJHHHptHflH Paralyzed. On Tuesday tho directors met and round trip. awBHWKsja?TOEATMEi?rS Col. Thomas Rodman Mr. William W. Jett, of Jett's The Midland will run an excuision C. West's Nkkvk Biuik Station neighborhood, came to town President, James M. Saffell, Esq., to Georgetown to witness tho laying Bit. E. guiirimteed specific and IDsterla,TreatDizzifor ment, n TUB i'lORTEST ANDTQUICKEST Tuesday morning having been sum- Vice President, and Hon. Grant of the corner stone of the new Catho- ness. Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the lic Church at that place. Father of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental use moned as a juror in the Common Green, Oashlor. DeGorey, of thlB oity, will assist in tho pression, Softening of tho Bruin resulting In In- Georgetown Pleas Court, and while standing in to lew Orleans, sanity and leading to misery, decay and death, the Court-hous- e yard talking to a The Fools are not all Dead. ceremonies. Premature Old Ape. Barreness, Loss of Power una Spermasax, The fare for tho round trip is 75 In either cuusedInvoluntary Losses tlio brain, friend he was stricken with paralysis by of torrhoea Time, 25 Hours. Koch box contains or lazy man, whose horse and cart cents. An excursion will also be run of the left side and fell to the ground, A one month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes prayed to were stuck In SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. for $6.00, sent by mull prepaid on receipt of price. his head striking one of the iron Jupiter for help. the mud, answered: from Paris to Georgetown. Jupiter The shortest and quickest. pickets of the fence and cutting it "Fool! get up and put your shoulder WK GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. For Carlisle. severely. He was taken into office of to the wheel, and do not call on mo to Jacksonville, AFa To cure any case. With each orderrecelved by us Georgetown Circuit Clerk Franklin, where he when you can help yourself." Foolforslx boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will ish people buy medicines A meeting of the friends of Hon. send the purclmser our writ ten guarantee to reTime, 26 Hours, recieved medical attention and re- blindly trusting to promises made not treatment fund tho John G. Carlisle was held at tho State n cure. money It the Issued only does THE effect by vived sufficiently to bo taken to his without a guarantee. Dr. Pierce's House on Guarantees Solid Vestlbutal Trains. The Sbon lino be Thursday, and it was re& OAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, tween Cincinnati und home in the afternoon. Mr. Jett had Golden Medical Discovery Is guaranFrankfort, Ky. Lkxinoton, Kt.. Time, 21i Hours. coughs and lung teed to cure not been well for several days, but affections, andcolds, Consumption, in solved to push his namo for the Pres12 Knoxvillk, Tens., " oven idency. Many prominent politicians n. c, " 17 a8iikvilmj, " thought he was able to do jury ser- its early stages. It putB to rout all Ciuttanoooa.Tknn., " II ' ' from all over tho State wore presont, IB Gi., Atlanta, " vice when ho left home. stomach troubles, purifies the blood, nmiiiNdiuM, ala.. " 10 ' fives healthful action to the sluggish and it is tho general opinion that Direct Connections at New Orleamund Sbrev fIvor, votes will be We the TexuH, Mexico and California. nny caso of Removed to Owenton. skin. andisdrives blemishes from and Kentucky's twenty-si- xmuoh trouble, al- Liver will pay the nbovo reward forHerniate, In- port for Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway Leave Complaint, Dyspepsiu, Sick It an honest medicine, captured without digestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot vtuGeorirtitow!i6:4Bu.m.;urrlVdCliolu!intllO:2B invaluable health insuranco policy Quicker than when Dr. J. L. Massio, who has been con- which should never bo allowed to though whether tho National Con- euro with Wost's Vegetuble Liver Pills, They the a.m.trains urrlv ut any other line All lepurttrom Central Onion are directions ure strictly compiled with. vention can bo persuaded to nomi- purely Vegetable, und never fulrto give satisfac- Depot, Clnclnnatt. fined in jail hero, was taken to Owen-to- n lapso. All druggists koop it. KorRates.Maps,so..naares Sugar Coated, Large boxes, containing SO nate a candidate from "the wrong tion. 25 cents. I)ewar?of counterfeits and imifor trial for murder on Tuesday. E. T. CllAHLETON, Pills, Buggies, carriages and harness D. P. & T. a.. Chattanooga. only by side of the rivor" is a matter for tations. The genuine manufactured An effort will bo made by his attorby tho Kentucky and Harness D, i. EDWARDS, THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, D. MILLER, Traf. Mug. Clnclnnatt, 0. grave doubt. 'i P. & A..X neys for a change of venue as tho Company. ILL. For sale by all druggist. FRAMFOIIT ROUNDABOUT. post-oQlc- e - ESS Infants jui'ian rBi' Mi' i 13-l- isr .m m i F0i( Fumi lure iQiifactufii Have opened Eooms Ann Street, -- . f ii near Christian Church. wi ti .y a i 4rw m I m Hi PBIS. 36-4- t. RoVt. y. Franklin !. V m m WORMS If VERMIFUGE Re-electe- d. rrrptwabyglCHABBSOa-TATLOBBE- w. n UElHscp w MBwmf mi 11; Mi I w over-exertio-n self-ubu- se hap-hazar- ' d, Kf ' $500 Seward! 16-t- f. 16-l- mr m I." ,.( : I ; i (ft 4' We begin the new year with a more complete line of goods than ever oeiore. Itf Buggies, Phaetons, OIR, F s CRATS. DEMO- Kii &2 A full HAND-MADE line of . HARNESS, All prices. WAGON HARNESS, PLOW Surrys and Road Carts in many styles. ', '4 .1 GEAR, mid variety of SADDLES. JlftssfS. Mas tin Bros.: Gentlemen: After having used the Oliver and other Chilled Plows for years, wc were induced to try the VULCAN, and without hei-t&tio- n pronounce it the strongest, lightest draft, and the easiest handling plow we have ever used. "No one will make a mistake in buying Very respectfully, it. In all sizes. y-jw- z M TO1! Of every description and repairs for same. Harrows, Seed Sowers, Corn Planters, Cultivators, 4c. Ml ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS 1 W. J. & W. H. LEWS, A. W. MACKLIN, WM. JONES, J. U. & It. W. WUBli, SIDNEY BEDFORD. BOWEN& H0LT0N, JOHN GODDARD. ED WILEY, What we advertise you wi find we keep. it to your interest to call and see us. And we are sure that we can make JERDEC-CSS- S JAY-EYE-S- EE I IMCk.S'mT-XlWFRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT r Miss Cooper to Marry. ATTENTION Miss Wickliffe Cooper, of Lexington, who is well known hero, havinpr 7, 1892. FRANKFORT. MAY frequently visited her uncle, Mr. W. T. Reading, will be married on the TIME TABLE. 18th inst. to Mr. J. W. Covington, Miss The following time table Ib now in of Bowling Green. effect upon the L. fc N. rond: to LexingCooper has just returned TBAINB WEST. ton from New York, where she has 5:50 a. m been studying at the Art League, and No.231eaveBFrankfort 9:40 a. m the announcement of her approachNo. 17 leaves Frankfort 3:00 p. m No. 21 leaves Frankfort muptials is quite a surprise to 7:88 4p. m. ing No lOleaves Frankfort TBAIN8EA8T. Call for tlte Election of Del- egates to the May Convention. fk. JK i7cry known remedy, I removed a largo Uuncu standing, from a with three applications of 01 two years 3 of Ms. Jay"-Eye-8e- J. I. Case. (Hickory Grovo Farm, homo Racine, Wis., cays: "After trying year old lllly. 3 Z Z 2 her friends here. No. 18 leavos Frankfort.... No. 20 leaveB Frankfort - is an honor conferred upon only a favored few. But every lady of the land may have ready access to the Queen of Remedies Dr. Pierce's E33E30a?IO-.X-r Favorite Prescription. Once known, Agent. always a valued friend. It promises to positively cure every form of weakness peculiar to women, and confirms this proruise by a written Are You In It; f;uarantee of satisfaction, guaranteed AND DEALER IN- not, why not? Why don't you This Royal case, or money returned. If Remedy is carefully prealways Keep on nana a oowe oi ur. pared for women only, and its efficiForks of Elkhorn, 156 votes cast Hale's Household Cough Cure to allay ency is vouched for by countless the first irritation caused by a sudden happy homes and countless thousands for Brown. Switzer, 96 votes cast for Brown. cold. This is the finest romedy in the of A trial will convince PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Peak's world for every kind of cough. You youtestimonials. it is invaluable in correcting Brown. Mill, 111 votes cast for that JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK effect of the first dose, feel the good for GUARANTEED. Bloomington, 00 votes cast for and by thorough using your cough is all irregularities and weaknesses Brown. soon cured. 25 and 60c. bottles at which it is designed. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Opposite State House, Bridgeport, 104 votes cast for Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. The Last Hop. 3 Brown. Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduate! t-o Cedar Run, 98 votes cast for Brown. sisted to positions, catalogue irec. w rue 10 The last hop of the season was Bald Knob, 204 votes cast lor Directors Elected. , SmUTaSTRAIIOHSDSIllESSCOLLE&S Brown. given at the Capital Hotel Flat Creek, 107 votes cast for Brown. Assembly LOUISVILLE, KY. At a meeting of the magistrates of Thursday night, by tho Benson, 83 votes cast for Brown. most the Frankfort and Bald Knob Magis- Ball Club, and it was about the By order of the County Committee. J. W. Gaines, uhra'n. terial Districts, hold here on Wed- successful of tho series. The numJ. R. Williams, Sec'y. nesday, Messrs. L. Harrod, J. M. ber of those from a distance who Wakefield, Wm. Penn, Frank Slucher wore present was very large and the DIXIE'S FAVORITE. FOIf THE WOODS Of THE SOUTH 'T HJS I0 EQUJL. presented a scene of beauThere is more Catarrh in this and Frank Smith were elected di- ball-rooequalled and section of the country than all other Th patent by which this Saw Is protected consists of a depression of tho faco of tho rectors of the Frankfort and Flat ty and loveliness rarely diseases put together, and until the cutting teeth through the center from point to base, thus removing all friction whilo Creek Turnpfke for the ensuing year. never excelled. last few years it was supposed to be y in use, giving strength and stillness to the teeth and increasing three-foltho incurable. For a great many years of tho "sot." WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD to products a Saw Double Wedding. doctors pronounced it a local disease, equaling tho ATKINS FAHT CUTTING DEXTEB. Evangelist Culpepper. prescribed local remedies, and by couples from tho conntry, Wm. and Two constantly failing to cure with local Rev. Mr. Henderson received a CummlngB and Alice Updike, of Jett treatment, pronounced it incurable. communication yesterday from the Station, and John Towles and Science has proven oatarrh to be a therefore noted southern evangelist, Rev. J. Spurr, of Peak's Mill, came to constitutional disease, and treatment per foot. pmrr,Nllrcl Steel, Inclndlrtff Handles, 81,00 per foot. Macon, Ga., stating town Thursday morning and were requires constitutional B. Culpepper, of HSpccal stecI without Ilnndlcs, .75 Cure, manufactured would be able to leave for the occasion of a double marriage by Hall'sJ. Catarrh & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, that ho bv F. Cheney BEWARE OP IMITATIONS. Kentucky in a few days. The meet- Judge Ben. G. Williams. The two is the only constitutional cure on the The competitors to mafco tho Atkiks Cokcavk Tooth Dbxtkr he is to conduct in this city happy couples took In tho town dur market, it acts directly upon tne inferior largo demand for claim "as good as the Dexter." TheseSaw has ledSaws aro mode from a ing that Saws which they imitation begin about the middle ' ing the day, and returned home that the blood and mucous surfaces of the lower grade of steel, Inferior workmanship, and without the patent concavo tooth. will probably system. . They offer one hundred Ask your hardware dealer for tho "Atkins Dexter" and take no other. If tho dealer will of next week. dollars for any case it fails to cure. not order it for you, remit amount with order direct to us. aftornoou. Send for circulars and testimonials. Indianapolis, iRd. Memphis, Tenn, In almost every neighborhood Address, Monday. JPi PC throughout the west thore is some F. J. CHENEY & CO., Minneapolis. Minn. Chattanooga, Tenn more persons whose lives Toledo, O. A defective terra cotta flue set fire one or e. p. w. by Chamberlain's Jlch. 7 have been saved Sold by druggist, 75c. to the roof of tho kitchen of a house Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, on North St. Clair Btreet, owned by or who have been cured of chronic persons take threshFor Sale. A second-han- d Mrs. Susan McGrew and occupied diarrhcoa by it. Suchrecommending especial pleasure in er and engine", in good order, are by Mr. R. S. Trlplett, Monday morn- tho remedy to others. Tho praise offered for bale at a bargain. Apply ing. The roof of the kitchen was that follows Its introduction and use to W. T- - Featherston, Forks of popular. 25 and 50 burned off and the wall of the main makes it very sale by J. W. Gayle, badly damaged, but about cent bottles for building Druggist. If you want sulphur water, fresh . $160 will cover the loss. from the Murray well, left at your Attention, Gas Consumers. residence every morning, leave Mrs. H. E. Welmau, orders at V. H. Avorill's drug store, NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, Having perfected arrangements for the U. S. Express oflico or H. R. No., 2 Linn St., Janesville.Wis., under nnnnlviner itB natrons and customers, WilliamB' grocery. date of June 10, writes the following: the Capital Gob and Eloctrio Light Kenyon &Thomas,sirs: I was confined Company will from May 1st, 1892, If you have a buggy, carriage or to my bed four monthB with inflamma- furnish gas for fuel purposes, heating set of harness whioh needs repairing at right ovary; had a good tion of tho fntnrl nlmnot. nvnrvfr.hln tr. and cookingitiKtnthe rate net $1.00 per take it to the Kentucky Buggy and fnftf i.rtrtt. nnnllnn. TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. i...nln4nn UIlVDIUinu, wwu uiuiuu. w w.j ......,, iL ....h1 until I tried your tion to the undersigned or at the Harness Company on east Broadway. very little help Eot Halo's Household Ointment, about office of tho Company, 102 St. Clair All work promptly executed. TELEPHONE 1050. RING 2. four months ago. it has (tone won- street. of tho latest and quite a good Cuts and circulars ders for me. I can do Ginghams. day's work. I have every reason to most modern gas appliances both for 7 cents for ginghams worth 10 cents. beiieve that it will entirely cure mo. cooking and heating, gas, water Hale's heaters &c, will bo furnished at tho 10 cents for Toile du Nord gingham I am also using your Dr. Household Tea with good results. oflico and estimates as to probable worth 12A cents. We GIVEAWAY absolutely FUEE Sam. D. Johnson. Sincerely yours, elegantblackorcolored cost cheerfully given. SILK jfcost.DltESS pattern of 16 yards 3ILK Mns. H. E. Wellman. Wo bollovo at the above montioned '"' ou' b lauyin every town in This great medicino is for sale at of price gas for cooking purposes to Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorial rrxrw n is II I! la VVwAn,Mlcn who herwllllne to "THE as cheap as coal, and as tho South Side Drug Store. bo fully Carpenter's friends aiimiiK '1 Z. Z. Y illODhUN QUEEN." a lame 10- 3 work done by it is infinitely superior MKt. 64 column, Illustrated mim- Hhould bo lareolv used. i Hazliu, ono of tho best published. 1 llfa,ul Iiamaged Goods. t All stoves and appliances will bo Fashion, 1 Devoted to Fiction, Home Sale s rN vavoradlk terms, the place on ers, fancy Work, furnished tho consumer at net cost l which we reside, near the City School, with ever, thing pertaining to the household. and dry goods, and tho necessary fitting up done at A SMALL My entire stock of 2Hents for the miiKtulno one year two adjoining lots, each fifty feet fronton Ewlng DISTILLERY, NOW Send at once (l rates street, running buck a bout two hundred feet. The IU' paukauo of elegunt Hllks notions, laces and embroideries, the most reasonable iL In oiwnitloii, for sale cheap. Only $4,100. on trial AWiMsTHEMODEltNqUEhN to select tract nlU bo sold as one or seperutely. as desired. CO., from. slightly damaged by smoke, will be Capital Gas and Electric Light X litro bargain. Apply to M. T. MITCHELL, For price and terms unply to usorW H.Averlll. street. New Haven, Conn, Co. MARY AND MAG. PAGE. closed out at oost for cash. paper. t June 0. w. Ky. Mentlonthts Frankfort, Juu. Supt. Hathaway, t E. Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagnmge for Cincinnati. Sos. 23 and 21 conueot at Anohorage for Bloorafield Brauoh. W. W. Alexander, -e, No. 24 arrives Frankfort No. 22 leaves Frankfort .... 10:10 4:85 7.48 9:16 p.m. p. n. p.m. a. m. An Introduction to tlie Queen ville on Wednesday, May 26, at 12 m., to select the delegates to the National Democratic Convention at Chicago. The precincts are entitled to one delegate vote for each 200 votes cast for Hon. John Young Brown for Governor. The precincts may elect, as many delegates as they desire, but will only be entitled to their proportionate vote, tho county of Franklin having ten votes in the State Convention. Tho following is the vote of the county. by precincts. Court-hous463 votes cast for Brown. Market-house- , 245 votes cast for Brown. 262 votes cast for Brown. Gas-house, The Democratic Committee for Franklin county requests that the chairman In each precinct hold meetings therein on Saturday, May 14, at 2 p. m., for the selection of to the State Democratic Convention, which is to meet In Louisdel-gat- QUINN'S OINTMENT. f tho best preparation I have ever used or heard I heartily recommend it to all Horsemen." Wchave hundred of such tetttmontal. Price, 81.50 per bottle. Ask your druggist for It. If ho does not keep It, snu us SJcstaiflps or silver, for trial Ldx. A AV. B. EDDY & CO.. Whitehall, N. Y. 11 es of. is --; 7TT77STTITnj.TiEUAr:K. DWARD CLAASSEN, -- Plumber, GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, Ball-Roo- m mmum ,. Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter, d dura-bllft- m Al-me- da 1 Fire CATkINQ 06 jJn m Plants, Bulbs. Seeds. Metal Designs. Elk-hor- n. 35-4- t. 35-4- t. , 8, J, THOMPSON M i 23-t- f. 1 15-t- f. Rose Buds a Specialty, 1111 floral designs. lw FOR SALE. lti of FOR SALE. SOUR-MAS23-t- f. i rnrri Pnrr. Flow-PHHB- H Decora-tlon- 25-t- f. Wm. O'Donnell. 35-4- 0. e. JOK3ST ISEeady for Spring Trade in the most complete - T. BTXOKH-iETX- " ISEeady for Spring Trade with a large line of China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns I am closing out. goods. No trouble to show Cook Stoves ft Ranges, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double JNO.T. BUCKLEY. Religious. (We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers o I cliurchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish made.l Rev. Jos. Rand, Presiding Elder, will preach at the Cedar Chapel tomorrow afternoon. All are invited. 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. JOffiT T. BUCKLEY. Odds and Ends. I have often wondored why, with the finest mile course in the State, Frankfort can not maintain a boat club and have regettas. There are quite a number of good oarsmen here and I am confident that if the interest of our young men was once directed toward aquatic sports, a number of fine ones would be developed. .And then swimming contests would bo another good sport to which tho attention of the rising generation could be directed with profit. I do not think oven Brer Miles could find any objection to these manly amusements, and anything would be preferable to the dawdling way in which the boys now enjoy themselves. PHOTOGRAPHS, Crayons, &e. ABSOLUTELY FREE. HOW? your goods of the SIMPLY by purchasing whose names appear within and receiving from them coupons which I will accept, the same as cash, for anything in my line of trade. A glance at this list of merchants will convince you that they are tho live, wide awake business men of this city. Therefore, you can buy as cheap of them as elsewhere, and at tho same time secure for your families anything in my line free of cost. Give these merchants your patronage. You will receive every attention and correct prices from them. If there is anything about this system you do not understand, please call upon me at my photograph gallery, or on any of the merchants named within, and receive a full explanation. Don't wait. Commence y and call for Coupons. Yours respectfully, H. G. MATTERN, to-da- FR E B BR.W FHOEBrXS: KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, 0., will be at the HOTEL, KY.. 18th,-1892- IN LEXINGTON. Saturday, May 7th, 1892. Saturday, May 28tb,. 1892. Saturday, Juno HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical operation and wltn little or no palu. The hour of the Sunday evening service at the different Churches in ;his city has been changed to eight o'clock. Rev. W. Q. Neville, the pastor, will at 11 occupy his pulpit a. m. and 8:00 p. m., as usual. "Southern Presbyterian Church REEERENCES . ' W. McKee llardle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. Rev. L. P. llulett, Benson. Ky. A. II. McClure, Frankfurt. Ky. vV. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Wlthrovv, Fraukfoit, Ky. DR. KELLEY'3 ofllce and residence Is at 269 West Elzhth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day of each week except SATURV. Berberlch, Frankfort, hy. m. and 8:00 p. m., conducted by Rev. only be called in when home timber J. McClusky Blayney, D. D., the pas- has been tried and found wanting. right direction, and the fewer hired players we have, the better. I want First Presbyterian Church The to see a strong team just as much as at 11 a. any one, but outside talent should usual services The Base Ball Club is a step in the DAYS. Pamphlets describing these diseases and tho mode of treatment sent free to anyone W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREF. Some of the boys are of the opin"Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. ion that Centre College will win the the strength of their first game Penick, the rector, will occupy lungs. At upon Oratorical Contest in the tothe pulpit at Ascension Church Georgetown there were two hundred morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at strong, lusty pairs, and when they turned themselves loose both George .8:00 p. m. town and Richmond together were completely lost. TSverqreen Church Services at tor. sf It yoa SSoiMiTfl i Have yott written nit yitf ambition i'i'iiBiiii l 'Evergreen Frankfort, Ky. In conversation with a gentleman '.Bridgeport, will be held in the future from one of the Blue Grass cities who on the First and Third Sundays in was recently appointed to an official By presenting- this card to any each Hmonth, Rev. F. W. Eberhard position here, he said he would like pastor. very much to move his family to this of the following" merchants yoi: city, but could not, as there were no will receive 5 in Coupons: Baptist Church Rev. "V. 0. Tay- classical schools hero to which he could send his children. lor being in Atlanta, attending the Clothiers, Furnishers and Shoes. Southern Baptist Convention, there Crutcher & Starks. While havAnd he spoke truly. will be no services at the Baptist ing no desire to reflect upon the Dry Goods and Notions. Ohurch excellent schools (as far as they go) 9:30 a. m. .Sunday-schoat Weitzel & O'Donnell. which we have, it is an indisputable fact that Frankfort has nothing that Furniture. Oatuuliu Church The usual can supply the place of a college. It Dehoney & Graham. cervices at the Church of the Good is a constant source of wonderment will be con- to me that no one 'has taken advanShepherd Fancy Groceries. promising field. Look ducted by Rev. Father W.E. Gorey, tage of such aGeorgetown? Richmond Howard & Porter. atLexington, the pastor. and even at Nicholasville Danville Hardware, Cutlery and Fishing First mass at 8 a. m., second- - mass and Harrodsburg and then compare at 10:30 a. m., and vespers at 3 p. m. them with Frankfort Does the conTackle. trast as to existing advantages strike M. ?. Gray, 312 Main St. "Methodist Church Rev. H. G. you favorably? Harness and Carriages. Henderson will preach The Kentucky Buggy & Harness Works, at 11 o'clock. Rev. J. Although if the present rate of morning 133 St. Clair St. Rand, of Lexington, will preach in progress be kept up it bids fair to remain with us for another decade, yet evening at 8:00. the Jewelry, Silverware. flunday-achoconvenes at 9:30a.m. the time will come when that delightful, if picturesque and W. B. George, 316 Main St. The Epworth Loaguo will meet in antiquated and unsightly, structure, Millinery and Notions. the class room at 7:30 o'clock p. m. the oldwoodenbridge, will disappear. for Dora Ferguson, 318 Main St. Henderson extends a cordial Its absence, even if will the advanceMr. bo felt and ment the city, to the members of the there of be many a sigh for the joys invitation Meat Market. will General Assembly to attend these and sorrows which we have shared Dan. Glanton, 403 Main St. with it in years gone by. What services. would our school days have been Notions and Millinery. new generation Wm. O'Donnell, Main St. Christian Church Tho meetings without it? And tho tho iron structwill have nothing in the past weekhave developed a ure which is to replace it, to fill the Racket Store. There have been about a corner of their hearts which tho old R. B. Jillson, Jr., 302 Main St. dozen additions, while large crowds timbers occupied in ours. liave been in nightly attendance. Mr. Collis preaches again A noted and successful public man at 11 a. m. was recently observed by a friend, at 7:45 and alBo flno young Jack, vjr )orched upon tho top of one of the and 8 p. m. Duke of Glenwuter, 0 city, with an m will make tho season or Tho meetings will continue into lills surrounding tho his lbO'2 at our furm, nine immense spy glass in hand, takmiles east of Frankfort, .next week. ing a leisurely survey of the town at; ! on tho Frankfort &. VerYoung People's Society of Christian his feet. After ho had descended his To Young sailles turnpike, at $'25 feK ... W to Insure a lack colt; or Endeavor will hold their weekly pray-e- r friend approached and asked him u Jennet, assassgffife ,JW- - $15 to Insure hlnrlf inrir. Drawwhat ho had been observing. Lecture-room- , niiio la at ing himself up and his face lighting SJJ Uitll whltoii DOtlltS. 154l meeting in the t ',7:30 p. m. hands high, was foaled in 1887. Sired by Larry with pleasure, (and ho is a man Hawes' lamous premium lack, which nold for services to Frankfort have Sl.GOO, lie by Tebb's Jack, Alexander, noted us tho Old Original Remedy whose proven that ho believes what amply sire of lino. In go Jacks, he by Bourbi, he by Leads. Leer's Napoleon. Duke's dam was sired by Wells' ho saysj tho statesman said: "I was premium Jack, tie by Iron Duke. gazing my fill, sir, upon the prettiest This Jack would have to be seen to be fully apSick people should not bo deceived valley that tho Lord over made." preciated, altUough his breeding shows for Itself, "by pretenders who talk about ; Makes Child Birth Easy. us heproven worthy ofbest blood In Kentucky uml combines the William. his breeding. has "germs," "baccilli," &c, to Jennets grazed at 21.60 per month and given Shortens Labor, For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom aell their preparations, thus preventWo will not be responsible for careful attention. two Lessens Pain, ing people from buying the original land, Bituated about N. miles west accidents. For further Information, write to Railroad, ad medicine. "Radam's Microbe of Frankfort, on L. & Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. tested dc ICillor" is what you nood. It 1b now, joining W. L. Collins. Will soil the a Jiooh to "Mothers" mailed FJtEE. KItANKFOHT, KY., and for years has boon, making whole or in lots atauargatn. ior e BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. more cures than all other remedies particulars call on ATLANTA, OA. Or call on Sir. Holt at the farm, on the Versailles J. A. Goms, & Frankfort turnpike, near McKee's cross roads. combined. Read their advertisement SOLD BY ALL DRUdOISTS. Ky. Mar, Millville, in this paper. Don't bo deceived. ol ( ol Baptist Church, near euggut 1 win. somite you 107 pedal, penonal 1 un ittentlon. dertake to briefly tcacn any rainy intelligent person of either sex, who write, and who, after (attraction, will work Indue-trioui- lr. bir.a't, wisdom end Intelligent can md and tftuft iiuueALLK.V, Jtox C. . Dec.5-ly- tend Dolla.a & rear In their own localltisi, where ever they lire. I will alio furnlaf Che situation earn Three Thou- - bow to wblen yea can earn that amount. I charge nothing; and receive nothi- a.) ng; unlets requires Nothing; difficult to learn, or that at aboro. much time. I deilre but one person from eountv. 1 have al ready taught and provided with employment a large number who are making; over Three ihouiand Dollars a Year, each. All Is new, olid, lure. Full particulars After you know all, if you 10 wo no ruruirr, vrny, no narm is aone. Auurcsi. eaeb district or free. 42(1, Aucuetu, Mulno. 1 XlMM aSSCJCBatVNaWylay, KajWaW1! TONIC CURES mark-3d'intere- st. LOSS OF APPETITE,! Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Energy, "Weakness of Back, Feelings of Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc, In use for 25 years lv oinlnout phytdclann nnd Kurseonx u the Unltud Htiitow, and pronounced by them the best TONIU extant. It cures where all others fall. Try It and be convinced. Ask your Druggist for It. to-nig- ht pMOTHERSl mm FRIEND" Luke of Glenwater -- Tlte "Mi-jrobi- ," PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTIiE. J. W. ED RAY & GO,, Manfs. and . Proprs., HOLT iA.iiie, icy. E. AVERILL, Sole Agent. w Frankfort, Ky. JunelS-ly- . 7 . 4 V' If Hw r. XiJu J9L GOXjE M j rS oJEWELER.Jui THE JfcC X i fl Watches & Diamonds SOLID I. :E r )t, EE We carry in stock a Xj.A.T SuOTE JEWELRY. and 4 n " Y line of Chronograph, Split Seconds n i c k 1 o Horse timers. If in need of any thing & yi in this line caH and see us. THE CROPS. Monthly Report of tlie Coiuniissiouer of Agriculture. Office of Commissioner of Agriculture, Horticulture and Statistics, 1892. The action of the Legislature in appropriating $100,000 for Kentucky's exhibit at the World's Columbian Exposition, to bo hejd at Chicago, ought to bo gratifying to every farmer in the State. Gov. Brown has appointed five Commissioners, who are honest and judicious men, to take charge of the money, and they will make such an exhibit as will be of great value to the business interest of the State, and who doubts that, in the competition for the various prizes, that there will be more money brought back in premiums to Kentucky than was appropriated by the Legislature. The following report is made from reports of correspondents from every section of the State. wnEAT. ' Frankfort, Ky., April 30, f fi $ f SI In my report of April 1st I gave the at 92 as condition of wheat compared with same time last year. The last days of March and first days of April were fine for wheat, in fact vegetation of all kinds indicated an early spring; but on the 8th of this month the weather changed, the temperature dropped to and below 30, with several hard freezes, and continued cold and cool until about the 25th; but from nearly all reports the wheat was not damaged, and I have to report it never looked better at this time of the year, an,d a bountiful harvest is antici' pated. Amount of old wheat on hand 8 per cent. CORN. 1 flttfl flfi' uv M tut w m m w Very little corn planted, owing to the very wet weather; from the 25th to the 23th the weather was lino for planting, but not many farmers were ready. The planting season is later 25 cts. than it used to be. The larger part May 10th to 18th to Louisville, at of it is planted in May, and often run.L RODMAN SON.. d one and fare for the round ning into June. April Report as to acreage, 85 per cent. trip on account of Louisville races, spring meeting. potatoes. o Acreage, compared with last year, 89 per cent. Good Looks. ALL tobacco. Good looks are more than Bkin As to acreage, compared with last deep, depending upon a healthy conyear, 85 per cent.; plant plentiful and dition of all the vital organs. If the looking well, in some few places Livor bo inactive, jjou have a Bilious DISLASES! EST.A.IBILjXSIEZIEnD 1891, killed by the frost, and washed out, Look, if your stomach be disordered and covered up by heavy rains. Look and it you havo a Dyspeptic Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, your kidneys be afflicted you have a HEMP. good Cured. Look. The present crop not all broken; Pinched will havoSecure looks. health "I believe Consumption tlie best medicines good you of weather has been very unfavorable and Bitters is the great alterativeElec- sold. The It to be one twi ears ago. sulumy ili)Mcimis, and wife bad consumption, both lungs tric for breaking, which will keep back nlTectrd. I these vital or- have her outli forsovenil splines to plowing for new crop, and cause late Tonic, acts directly onBlotches, Boils keep had to send but since sho Pinples, her nine, has been inking Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, sowing; the average for this year will gans. Curesgood complexion. Hadnm's Microbe right ut Sold home attending to Killer t.ho has been In and gives a be small, 74 per cent. Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. her business, mul Is bttter at Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. J health than she has been In 2') jear-s- . peaches. "It. T. i'OOLK. Cedartonn. Ga." Young liulUs and gentlemen prepared for mercantile life Reports vary as to the poach crop; Several Diseases Cured. Q. & C. Changes. some correspondents report them "I cheerfully testily to tho curatlw powers or badly damaged, while others report liming been a sulferer from medicine. Commencing May 7th. on tho now jour lungs, bronchial ntlcctlun mul Indigestion, that the crop will bo abundant, un- change weak Shorthand, Business Correspondence, of time, the Cincinnati after taking Mlciobe Killer nil of tho above Business writing, less killed hereafter. Estimated per Book-keepin- g, Southern will make a change in tho symtoms lime entirely disappeared, cent., 75. Commercial Law, Typewriting, "louts, etc.. time and equipment of the trains Very respectfully, THOi. L. DAVIS, Grammar, Spelling, etc. Arithmetic, which havo heretofore boon running Nicholas McDowell, "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, "New Orle ins, La." as accommodation trains between Commissioner. Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The mhanced student Cincinnati, Lexington and Junction Asthma and Catarrh Cured. finished. Dlp'oinasawarded. Cut ilogue In press. Appllintion made for Incorporation. City. We hae the bett home school of business lu the State of Kentucky. "I lmo smrfror HouselioltlOint-ii- i On May 7th and thereafter tho catarrh, forbeen u than two from asthma anil Dr. Hale's fcend In your name. more mrs past, getting most of my bleep silting no In bed orreclli lug In ApilUMy. cut train north bound will leavo Junction a chatr. l ha o used one Jug of It idam's Microbe City half an hour later than at pres- Killer, and f r tho lust tluee waeks have been Lexington at soun.Uy unit swcetl) us a Is the finest remedy in the world. ent, and will leavo 7:00 a. m. as 7:30 slopping naturally. my now, child. relief to tho remedy, and ntuibute absolutely cures catarrh. It cures a. m., instead of It heartily recommend It to hid one buttering from Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures arriving at Cincinnati at 10:15 a. m., asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. as ' Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum the same in at present. Tho short"EDWIN It. MOORE, time is accomplished by in the most soothing manner. Cures ening up "Cashier In Hank of Adalntlle. Ga." Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. cutting out all stops north of DEALERS IN- South hound the train Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo Fern and Flux Cured. arp. Cincinnati taken internally. A positivo specific will leavoLexington a 4:00 7:00m. m., "Icheerfulh ttbtlfy that after tiklng Mlcrobo p. about for Pneumonia. Outs, Bruises, Burns, riving in for lllteendajs Iain entirely cured, alter m. Killer ver, and sears with malarial being Chilblains, Sores of long standing, and Junction City about 8:45 p. en- during sick twotime I contracted other f diseases, which Bunions are cured quickly: These trains will bo composed Corns and Iltix. etc. I wasatnudt'd dining ihls time by three difl'orent from all olso; suporior to all tirely of now cars, tho coaches, of tliobeBt doctors of tho city without being cars being mall and parlor "WM.DOllKKTY. else; it has no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes. "10 Celeste fct., New Orleans. La." This will afford magnifiThey invite inspection, as they have the Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpen- cent train service between Lexington Mr. Itiitlnm'' Mlcrobo Killer Cures all ter's South Side drug Btore. and Cincinnati. Trains will bo known Disease, by Hemming the Cause. one-thir- Fine weather for the farmers. Miss Mattie Featherston and brother, from near Spring Station, were here last Tuesday to see their grandmother, Mrs. Wilkinson, who has been quite ill. Rev. E. N. Walne, former pastor of been issued. the Buck Run Church, has been ap- Just received 20 cases of Clothing, Dry Gcods, Ladies' and Gent's Miss Minnio Newsburry, of Mis- pointed missionary to Japan, and Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. souri, Mr. John Longdale, of Arkan- will sail for that country in Septemsas, and Mrs. Richard Locke and chil- ber. dren, of Tennessee, have been visitMrs. Miss ing Mrs. Mary L. Todd for the past Goins, Annabel Cohorn and spent pf Woodford county, week. As Mr. F. P. Lewis was plowing Sunday with Mrs. Burdin. Mr. Silas Stedman, wife and sister, And best ever brought to Frankfort, and prices cut down that every his garden he ran into a closed well in the Mrs. Clark, of Lexington, viBited body can and will buy; these are facts, come and be and his critter was submerged debris. With much difficulty he ex- friends here and at Stedmanville, the convinced. We can fit the small man, the tracted himself, but he had to sum- first of the week. large man, the fat man and mon all his neighbors to elevate the ivev. E. S. Alderman and Mr. Steve. critter to terra firma. When he had Black, of Providence Church, left taken the animal to the river and Wednesday over the L. & N. road, The lean man. Bring your boys, your mothers, your wives and your washed her off the said Lewis' heart aud Rev. W. O. Taylor, of Frankfort, daughters was filled with joy. and Rev. J. II. Burdin, of this place, BOLINDA BRUSHBACK. as delegates ofthe Franklin Association of Baptists, left on Thursday Some of the Grand Army boys may morning via Kentucky Midland on be interested in the following from the Q. O. roud. for Atlanta, Ga., to Alex. B. Pope. A. D. 0., Commander attend thp Southern Baptist ConvenDep't. Tenn. and Ga. He says: "We tion at that place. have had an epidemic of whooping Mr. Robert Church was so unfortucough here (Stewart, Tenn.,) aDd nate as to lose a fine horse last week. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has Rev. J. H. Burdin's churches very been the only medicine that has done any good." There is no danger from generously defrayed his expenses to whooping cough, when this romedy and from the convention, an act is freely given It completely con- of kindness which he appreciates 25 and 50 cent very highly. trols the disease. Fishing seems to bo the charm of bottles for Bale by J. W. Gaylo, the hour. You can see both old and Druggist. young, great and small with all sorts ip . of fishing rig, off to the ponds and Special Rate. to tho creek: some have fishermen's luck, others bring home fine strings of Best Indigo Blue Calicoes 5C Following is a list of special rates Best Colored Calicoes issued to conventions, &c, by the the finny tribe. 5c Sarah Jane. Kentucky Midland Railway: May Best Dress Ginghams 74c. 10th to New Orleans on certificate Best Apron Ginghams Salvation Oil has the enviable displan at one and fare for the Black Cotton Stocking round trip, on account of session of tinction of being a synonym for cure of rheumatism, neuralgia, gout, Grand Lodge, Knights of Honor. Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton 5C as May 10 and 11th to St. Louis, one and kindred affections,etc.such is ticdouleroux, fare for the round trip, account of sciatica, more popular daily. It The Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. crowing seventeenth anniversary of A. O. U. j people believe in it, and will have it. W. meeting at Mr. James Violett's. All are invited. Miss Annie Choate has been very sick for the past week. Rev. Wm. Smith is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Job Smith. Mr. Ford Taylor and Mrs. Cordie Willson had a recontre Thursday and Cordie got her head badly cut. Warrants and counter warrants have Forks of Elkliorn. New Goods and Low Prices LARGEST LINE TO ED. HARRIS' OLD STAND. iL ODMAN & SON. 35-4- t. BIG' BJLRGrJLIELS. one-thir- d 8c. J. k OUEE! Capital City Business College. 1 Hespt-ctfiill- AUBREY & SARGENT, n. -- bag-gag- o, bene-tltte- Fresh and Cured Meats In the City. vos-tibule- d. C-- ly IScllcpoiut. maintaining their regular People are all busy sowing seed. sorvice of four trains daily each way Mrs. Price, of Monterey, is visiting between Lexington and Cincinnati. Mrs James Bransom. was The weekly prayer-mootinhold last at Mr. Polsgrovo's. Next Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. run alBO, g Tho as tho Bluo Grass special. usual nnmber of other trains will bo circular and the Send cents stamp for Microbe. War. allows what disease Is and. what the remedy nuisi ue, iiuu no. wcure ii. ueau u, circulate It ami ou will the discoverer for saving lour life. Address HAD VM'S MICKUHE KILLER. Nashville. Tenn. J. W. GAYLK or LKCOMPTE & OALE CO.. sole agents for Franklin com ty. i Jan, 1G-I- Corner Bridge and Second Sireets, South Side, b s SPRING MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES. SEE OUR WINDOW FINE AND CHEAP Coupled with Sterling Values, was never more fully demonstrated than in our THE POWER OF LOW PRICES Ladies' and hisses' FINE AND CHEAP SHOES SEB CLIPPERS. WINDOW ! OUJEt During the present season we have sold more goods, and with greater satisfaction, than at any corresponding period during the existence of our houses. We give helow a few descriptions in suits selected from our vast assortment, which, we do not hesitate to state, is the largest and LOWEST in price of dealers in LOUISVILLE or FRANKFORT. MEN'S 3DBPAHTMB1TT. In fine Sheviots, at S8.00, 10.00, 12.00, 15.00. In fancy Casimers, $7.50, 10.00, 12.00, 15.00. In fine Clays and Corkscrews, $ 10.00, 15.00, 20.00, 25.00. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. : m K iJfr BOT'3 AlTD CHILjDREXTS. In fine Sheviots, Knee Pants, $3.50, 5.00, 6.00, 9.00 In fine Clays and Corkscrew, Knee Pants, 5.00, 7.00, 10.00. In fine Sheviot, Long Pants, 6.00, 8.00, 10.00, 12.00. r k'S 4 .. u. These suits are all TAILOR MADE cut in the latest fashion, trimmings and workmanship absolutely the very best. All persons desiring such goods should not fail to call at either of our great establishments, Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville, or Frankfort, and inspect for themselves. Hats. Novelties in Boy s and Men's Straw All the latest TCHER A &STARKS. W. L. HALSEY, 431 A large assort- ment of Harvest Hats. Horrible Railroad Accident GdHI FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Is a daily chronicle in our papers; also the death of some dear friend, who has died with Consumption, whereas, if he or she had taken Otto's cure for throat and lung diseases in time, life would have been rendered happier and perhaps saved. Heed the warning! If you have a Clen. R. CJ. Dyrenitortli. cough or any affection of the throat aa and lungs call at Chapman & WilGen. Dyrenforth is liams' and get the scientist who had charge of the Large size 50c. a trial bottle free. 29 making tests last Government rain is summer in Texas. The following Fishermen's Rate. what he has to say on another and scientific discovery: more important Taking effect April 10th, the fisherWashington, D. 0. I deem it a duty to in- men's rate to Elkhorn and Switzer Dear Sir the form you of the remarkahle curative will be one faro forT. X. round trip. and limited effects experienced by myself, and by All tickets form R. under my view, from the use to date of sale. others O. D. Bercaw, You may not of your electropoise. (i. r. A. know that 1 am a regular iu. v., aim "have been a practicing physician. Repairing of all kinds neatly and From the course of Tnyeducation and gromptly executed by the Kentucky associations as such, I had no faith Harness Company. well-known His Superior Ability In troatlng Obscure Chronic Diseases is something marvelous, has cured where others have given up to die. Hall's Hqs been COUGHS, Balsam family remedy for ,,, Broker in 13-3- m Stocks and Bonds, FOR THE LUNGS. CONSUMPTION, COLDS, HOARSENESS. SORE THROAT. PNEUMONIA, CATARRH, INFLUENZA, ACUTE BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, CHRONIC AND WHOOPI G COUGH. CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN IN THE SIDE AND SPITTING OF BLOOD, and all diseases of the NEGOTIATES COMMISSION ONLY. loans on town and farm property on one to secnr ties f6r sale. five vears time. Investment . e. w. Feb. L. P. Waller, pi. o., a never-fallin- g TABLER'Spil E BIJCKFYFriLC The world renowned specialist, will be at Fran fort, Capital Hotel, May 27, 189 Throat, -C- Chest and Lungs ONSUMPTION, 0SITMENT4 CUKES A SURE morphine, nornnv deleterious drug. It soothes and heals the Membrane of the Lungs, Inflamed and poisoned by disease, and prevents night It Is sweats and tightness across the chest. pleasant to the taste. Be sure and ask for DR. WM. UALL'S BALSAM, and take no other. For sale by DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM contains no opium, 0TSHQ BUT P8LES, FOR and CERTAIN CURE known for 13 years as tho BEST REMEDY rnptredbjKIClUUDSOM.TAYLORUKD. PILES. CO., BT.LOCIS. Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. in the treatment. Personal experience and observation have, however, Where to go This Summer. PRICE 25C, 50C.,SI.00. covinced me of its wondorful and DR. WM. HALLOO.. NEW YORK. ri norteat ana quickest between subtle effects. I ascribe the benefiOct. If you contemplate taking a trip used, this summer remember that the FRANKFORT, cial results of the instrument I AND CINCINNATI and the curative effects of the others most delightful place in America is Onlv direct lino between which I observed, to the establish- Old Point Comfort, Va. and Paris, Car ment of a potential by thermo-electri- c On Tuesday, July 26th, the ChesaNews & Mississippi Valley Co. Frankfort, Georgetown action. peake and Ohio Railway will run its Newport lisle, Haysiille, Cynthiana, FalI congratulats your Company upon annual excursion from Lexington and having broad and strong protection the blue grass region. A trip to Old Washington, Philadelphia, mouth and Covington. by its patent upon the instrument. Point will cost you less than to any Now York, Yours truly, Baltimore, other place on accouut of the exR. G. DUYENFORTH. MIDLAND. tremely low rates made by the VIA KY. ASK FOB TICKETS Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re Hygoia Hotel and the railway comDultois & Webb, AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. pany to parties taking advantage of Itoom 10, Norton Mock, TRAINS BUN BY CENrflAL STANDARD TIME. this excursion. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. 181)1. Corner Fourth nml Jefferson, TIME TABLE APHIL 18. 1891. Full particulars will be advertised Louisville, Ky. Limited Fas t Express! Accni. Dally Oiias. L. Brown, shortly. 1M l Ml v M Dally Mai EAST BOUND 15-t- f, Kentucky Midland 21-C- confidential. every four weeks dnrlriL' ttio vonr. nDr. Walter has had years of experience In largest hOSDltlllB In the countrv. la ii orntMiita the nt several of the best Colleges and bus for a number of years mtide a specialty of all chronic and surgical diseases. Ho undertakes no Incuruble diseases but has cured hundreds glvf n up to die. He treats successfully and does not take the case unlessacurecanbe guaranteed. Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing In the ears, Deafness. Diseases of the Eye, Ear. Nose, 'ihroat, Lungs, Kidney. Urinary and Bladder Troubles Brlght's Disease. Diabetes, Dyspepsia. Constipation, Rheumatism and Piiralysls. EPILEPSY OR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. Blood and Skin Diseases, as Syphilis, Scrofulu, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by improved and never fulling remedies. Diseases of women, such as Loucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains In back, relieved in short time. Youiltf or llllddlu need iiirii siiffcrli.ir fmm Spermatorrhea, Iinpotency, Eruptions, the result of errors or excees, should call before It Is too Into, and guarantee u cure Superlluous hair and till eruptions on the face permanently removed. Remember thn date and come us his rooms are nlwuys crowded wherever he stops. Examination and consultation free, private or Address LYMAN P. WALTER, M. D., Louisville, Ky. j I Glad Tidings. ' The grand specific for the prevailing malady of the age, dyspepsia, liver complaint, rheumatism, costive-nesgeneral debility, etc., is Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This great herbal tonic stimulates the digestive organs, regulates the liver and restores the system to vigorous health and onergy. Sample free. Large packages 60c. Sold by Chapman & 29 Williams. s, G. P. A. Ulfs Route Four toWorld's Fair Chicago. Winchester " Mt. Sterling " Lexington . Lvo. Great Triumph. Instant relief experienced and a permanent ouro by the most speedy and greatest remedy in the world-Ot- to's cure for throat and lung Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible hacking cough when Chapman & Williams will furnish you a free sample bottle of this great guaranteed remedy? Its success is simply wonderful, as your druggists throughout the country. Be sure will tell you. Otto's cure is now sold you got them. D. B. Martin, in every town and village on this General Passenger Agent, continent. Sample free. Large bot29 Cincinnati, O. tles 50c. diseases. All trains of the popular Big Four Route are vestibuleu and equipped with palace sleeping cars, private compartment buffet cars, reclining chair cars and elegant parlor cafe dining cars, start from CentraJ Union station, Cincinnati, where connection is made with the Queen & Gresent route and Louisville & Nashville rail road, avoiding the disagreeable transfer across the city necessary via other lines, enter Chicago in full view of tho World's Fair buildings, and stop at VanBuren, street opposite Auditorium, Iceland and Kicnelleu Hotels. Five trains daily between Cincinnati and Indianapolis, two trains daily for St. Louis and Peoria, sure connotion for ail western and northeastern points. Rates as low as the lowest. Tickets via tho Big Four route are on sale at coupon offices 1023pm 1047pm 210pm 500pm New York Arr.l 120mn 820pm WEST BOUND, Ashland. . " Cattlottsburg " 1228nin Huntington " 1250iin Wushlngton " usjiiiii Philadelphia " 1047am DAILY, 12 10am 1007pm 8 40.nu Dally. 735uin 8 2 win 854um Dally. Ex Sua ex Sun OOOpni G45pm 1230pm U40jiii 7r4in 00pm luapm 7 35pm Mam 5 .10pm Tit INS E AST. Lv. Lv. Lv. I No. 7. No. 3. No. 1. 4.00 4.00 4.12 4.20 4.35 4.41 4.50 5.01) fi.OO 150am daily, UOOuin 0 25.UI1 727pm Ex Sun Mt. SterllngLve. 10 27am 508pm 1 20pm G25nm Winchester . " 11 15,'im 6 46pm 1 55pm 716am Lexington . Air. I20opm 020pm 2 45pm 805(1111 Louisville Arr ozopm 9 60pm I 7 40pin 111 50.1111 LIMITED VE3TIBULED TRAINS run dully in connection with Cnesapeulce it Ohio 'F. F. v.", to New York. runs (dully and FAST MAIL TRAINS make local stops between Lexington uud HuntAshland G37MU 205pm Huntington Lve. cnttiettsuurg " 135pm i ..." ipin 045(111 v Hpm It Iv Elizabeth Purls Lv. Duvull bv. Johnson Lv. Georgetown Lv. C. S. Depot I v. Nowtotvn Lv Centrevllle Frankfort Summit Elkhorn Lv. atvuzer Lv. stumping Ground . . 1 . . ....:!.. . . .... .... .... i 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.35 !). S..-- COO b.ll 0.18 6.32 G.39 G.44 C.32 3.4,) 3.50 4.10 A 5 05 6.1'J 6.30 5.35 0.48 M I 0.60 7.09 7.18 7.23 7.37 V Ml A L M M TRAINS WEST. Ar. Frankfort . . Ar. Summit Ar. Elkiiorn Ar.StamplngGround Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. A Ar. Switzer Duvall O S. Johnson Georgetown. ington. tlons run dally. HUNTINGTON : & MOREHEAD uccommoda r. Elizabeth Depot . . Newton Centervllle , . . . , Lv. 1 Paris 2. fNo. 4 8.1(1 9.3J 8.01 9.25 7.65 0.19 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 0.89 8.10 0.34 8.12 8.00 a 20 S. No.bNo.l2 9.00 9.39 9.19 8,35 H.K) 7.40 7.80 7.15 0.05 6.45 6.30 5.00 4.40 LEXINGTON & MOREHEAD & LEXINGTON MT. STERLING uccommodutlons run dully THROUGH SLEEPING to and from ushlugton and New York without change. C. L. BnoWN, 2 3 connects with 'L. fc N. connects with Q. te C. nnd L. connects witn k. u. "The ; Gen. Pass. Agent, G W. BAUNKY, W.S. Hamuson. G. A., Ashland. Ky. O. A.. Lexington ,Ky. points norm, soiiiu uuu m-iFor further Information apply to their agents. ,E.D. WEITZEL, 0. D. BEROAW, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. 0EO. Kentucky Midland Hallway and connec-tlon- s form the shortest and cheapest route to all . Ldlnburg, Brlghts Disease. Dr. Walter gives these names by permission and they request that all sulforers should write them In regard to their case. ur. waiter also hus muny testimonials from putlent8 huving been cured of private diseases but does not publish them even by permission but will furnlsli them upon application. Address Dr. Walter can refer you to hundreds of cases in jour own Statu und every state In tho Union, whlcn ho hus cured, umongtuom the following: Mrs. Rev. J. L. Stokes. Darwin, ind., Suppressed and pilnful nienstratlons. r, Mrs. Henry Canulen. Ind., Femalo Trouble. Mrs It. W Crockett, Delphi. Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. dus Gin-ricOwusco, Ind., Lung Trouble. Mrs. Martha Walluce, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast removed without knife or caustic. MlssHettle Block, Mlchigiintown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. Mccarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Rosa, Cookson, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eye straightened. Mrs. Sarah Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and Asthniu of long standing. Mrs il. Clurk. Mooresvllle. Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic. Miss Sarah Dougherty, Rocklleld, Hid.. Epilepsey. Mrs. Lancaster, Vlvalla. Ind , Kld- uoj iruuuie. air. wmcasier, vivaiia. ind., Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Martinsville. Ind., Catarrh. Doctors said would die with consumption. Is as well y as ever. Wm. A. Gard. Burlington, Ind., Kidney trouble for four years. Dr. Wulter cured me two years ugo havo not been troubled since. ElIJuhToler, Burlington. Stomach trouble, could not see after business am as well y as ever, James Wyatt, Delphi. Ind., Could not hear und had it constant discharo from my ears. Dr. Walter cured me entirely. Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Cuturrh, J. C. Canine. Wnverland, Ind., Cutarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller Greencastle, Cancer of Eye. Mrs. Mary Jones Grl-doh. to-da- L P. Walter, M. D. Louisville, Ky. ..JU)u . mm ij a .A. 1 BgffiH igraga