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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892052101 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 Volume XV. PROGRAM. ( Pramfobt Botomboitt A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. FRANKFORT, KY... MAY 21, 1809. Highest of all in leavening Power Number 37 Annual Mooting of tho Kontuoky State Teachers' Association ' to be Hold at Paducah, Kentucky. K U.S. Gov't Report, Aug. vj9 1889, TUESDAY, JUNE 28 MORNINO, 10 O'CLOCK. Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE J. W. Rawlings, Lemon, Morganfleld. F B S, E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. xevisTons Address of welcome, Hon. E. W. Batjby. Response to address of welcome, Hon. Ed. Porter Thompson, Superintendent of Public Instruction. Enrollment of members. Appointment of committees. General business. Annual reports of officers. Report of tho committee on the Wallpaper! Ceiling Decorations! New and Attractive Stock of Address Education in the Mountains Hon. A. L. Peterman. AFTERNOON, 2 O'CLOCK. of the constitution. Parksville; O. J. AFTERNOON, 2 O'CLOCK. To tlie National Conventions. Tho L. & N. will sell round trip tickets at one fare for tho round trip, from all coupon stations for tho following occasions: Republican Convention at Minno apolis, tickets on sale June 1st to 5th, good to return until June 20, 1892. Democratic Conventionl jat Chicago, tickets on sale June 10th to 20th to return until July 7, 1892. rood at Party Convention Omaha, tickets on sale June 2Sth to 30th, good to return until July 22, 1892. . The ethical value of the right teaching of mathematics, of psychology as adnpted Brooks, Hopkins College,Miss II. E. The study Madisonto tho needs of our teachers, J. P. ville. Fruit, Bethel College, Russellville. Prinoipal D'scussion E. A. Discussion R N. Roark, Principal High School, Paducah; Fox, T. Gaines, J. State Training School, Lexington; w. Principal Public Schools, Louisville; H. Bartholomew, Principal Girls' O. B.Theisf, Principal PublicSchools, High School, Louisville; E. A. Fox, Louisville; ll. Boring, Hopkins ColPrincipal of Paducah High School, lege and Training School, Madison-villo- . Paducah; T. M. Goodnight, Frankfort. Educational value of history, J. W. The respectivein responsibilities of tho moral trainFertig. Montgomery Bell Academy, homo and school J. J. Glenn, County ing of the child, Tenn. .Nashville. county, Discussion W. A. Oade, Paducah; Superintendent Hopkins Madisonville. T. A. Gillum County Superintendent T. M. Goodnight, Discussion Xogan county, Russellville; T. J. Frankfort; Mrs. A. T. Johnson, LouisCoates, Principal ureenvuie acnoois, ville: O. E. Stoaks, Madisonville: J. Greenville; Miss Mary Murray, Pa- W. Mastin, Hawesvillo. ducah. Final reports of Committees. Necessary ways and means to inDeferred business. crease the efficiency of our schools, Adjournment. County Superintendent E. A. Gullion, Carroll county, Carrollton. SUPERINTENDENT'S SECTION. Discussion M. A. Cassidy, County Superintendent Fayette county, Lex- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 AFTERNOON, 2 O'CLOCK. ington; J. J. Glenn, County Superintendent Hopkins county, Madison-ville- ; Discipline, J. W. Rawlings, County Anthony Thatcher, County superintendent noyie county, .rarKs-villSuperintendent Butler county, J. M. Gilbert, County H. Sanders, County Discussion Superintendent McCracken county, SuperintendentJ.Fulton county, HickPaducah. T. Gillum, County SuperintenUniversity extension, R. H. Caroth-er- man; Logan county, Russellville; W. dent Louisville. B. Le Alaster, County Superintendent Discussion J. H. Fuqua, Bethel Elliott county, Sandy Hook; A. L. College, Russellville; Miss Emma County Superintendent HenMorgan, Paducah; H. K. TaylorPrin-cipa- l Smith, county, Zion. derson Louis--villBoys' Training School, A proper course of study for comHon. A. L. Peterman, Lexing- mon schools, McHenry Rhoads, Suton. perintendent City Schools, Frank' fort. EVENING, 8 O'CLOCK. Discussion G. "W. Parsons, County Address Art in Education (Chalk county, Superintendent Bracken Talk) Prof. Charles E. Stoaks. Brooksville; E. A. Gullion, County "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 MORNING, 9:30 Superintendent Carroll county, CarO'CLOCK. rollton; J. M. Gilbert, County Super The ideal training school and what intendent JMcuracuen county, .rauu-cadt should accomplish, R. N. Roark, Thomas Hunter, County SuperPrincipal State Training School, Lex- intendent Franklin county, Frankington. fort. Discussion Hon. J. O. Hodges, School visitations, reports, &c, Lexington; W. H. Bartholomew, Anthony Thatcher, County SuperinNational E. A., 'from tendent Butler county, Morgantown. Kontuoky; Miss E. H. Brooks, Hop-tin- s Discussion J. J. Glenn, Oounty College and Training School, Superintendent Hopkins county, e. Mor-.gantow- n; BROWN AND WHITE BLANKS, BRONZES AND GILTS, IN GRAINS AND FELTS, PRESSED AND RELIEF GOODS Now on Exhibition The Louisvillo and Nashville Railroad offers choice of routes and through car service equaled by no other line. Glad Tidings. liver complaint, rheumatism, costive-nesgoneral 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 Large and energy. Sample free. packages 50c. Williams. Sold by Chapman & 29 CHOICE 00L0RINGShsq 3a W, The grand specific for the prevailing malady of the age, dyspepsia, s, ELAB0RATE DESIGNS. 'Estimates and samples furnished out of town trade. First-clas- s decorators employed. Satisfaction and lowest prices guaranteed. Tinting a specialty. . s, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET. FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. C. F. BROWER CO. e; "Vice-Preside- nt Madisonville, G. O. McBroom, Superintendent City Public Schools, Padu- Address A Century's History of Education in Kentucky Hon. Z. F. Smith, Louisville. Free-han- d and mechanical drawing Its place in our public schools and its educational value, Prof. Howard Ohamplin, Superintendent of Drawing, Nashville Schools. Discussion Prof. Charles E. Stoaks, Madisonville. AFTERNOON, 2 O'CLOCK. cah. Sales on our market for tho week justclosed amount to 2,799 hhds., with receipts for the same period of 2.182 hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 70,729 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1891 on ourmarket to date 59,614 hhds. We have had an active market throughout the week for burley tobacco, the fine grades being especially strong, one hogshead having oeen sola as nign as yy.oo per 100. We have had frequent rains during the week and in some localities a little start has been made in putting the crop on tho hill. The following quotations fairly Madisonville; L. E. Wallace, County represent our market for burley Superintendent Marshall county, Ben- tobacco, crop of 1891: ton; S. L. Frogge, County Superinten- Trash (dark) or damaged 2 00 $4 00 dent Christian county, Hopkinsville; tobacco 5 00 V. M. Carr, County Superintendent Common Oolory trash... 3 50 Medium to good colory Union county, Morganfleld. 6 50 4 50 trash Kentucky State Council, Monday, 5 00 Common lugs not colory 3 50 June 27. "Round Table" Discussion: Ken- Medium to good colory 6 00 lugs 10 00 tucky Exhibit at World's Fair. 4 50 7 00 Common Oolory lugs Common to medium leaf 7 00 10 00 Sudden Deaths. h; Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. Forget that I am sellinrj every day the TF7"-AJJ33- at the same PRICE D that cheap seconds are being offered at cost. ZOZESIT grade of IEC.A-Lh2J- L Rakes , Foils, Faints, Oils ana Vamisi. The largest stock, the lowest price. Is a daily chronicle in our papers; also tho death of some dear friend, who haB 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 Norvino, ville; Mrs. Ella Y. Pell, Paducah; and his Restorative hoadoohe, which cough or any affection of tho throat sleepoures nervousness, and lungs call at Chapman & WilHiram Roberts, Louisville. lessness, effects of Address Rev. W. O. Young, D. D., contains no opiates.drinking, etc. It liams' and get a trial bottle free. 3 Large size 50c. 29 President Centre College, Danville. EVENING, 8 O'CLOCK. Heart disease is by far the most growth of frequent cause of sudden death, Address The territorial which in three four oases is the United States, Hon. W. R. Gar- unsuspected. out ofsymptoms are The rett, State Superintendent of Ten- not generally understood. These are: nessee. The Kindergarten Its educational a habit of lying on the right side, short distress side, value Miss Anna E. Bryan, Louis- back breath, pain orirregular inpulse, or shouldor, ville. Its place in the publio schools asthma, weak and hungry spells, Miss Maggie Page, Frankfort. wind in stomach, swelling of ankles Illustrative work in geography and or dropsy, oppression, dry oongh and Paduhistory, Miss Ada Brazelton, Dr. Miles' illuatratod smothering. cah. Discussion J. M. McGinness, Su- - book on Heart Disease free at J. W. and City Schools, Owens-oro- ; Gayle'B, who sells New gusronteesDr. Heart Ouro, Mrs. Mattie B. Tucker, Louis- Miles' unequaled Medium to good leaf. Good to fine loaf. Select or wrappery tobacco A 10 00 14 00 14 00 20 00 20 00 25 00 Horrible Railroad Accident ill. XIETS Hardware Merchant , U'j A TTCEE1 Have Removed From the Bafzell Building oust rMLxisT A.G-ENTS- ii II II A I p JACOB S WIGERT & CO., Music. Address Implements Maj. J. B. On account State Democratic ConMerwin, St. Louis. vention at Louisvillo, Ky., May 25th thursday, june 30 morning, 9:80 tho L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip o'clock. tickets to Louisvillo, Ky., on May 24th and for the morning trains May Reports of Committees. 25th, good returning May 28th, at Election of officers. 2.02. Miscellaneous business. W. W. Alexander, How can wo arrango a system of Agent. county high schools? O. J. Lomen, Principal Union Academy, Morgan-ileld. To tlie Convention. --CL01 MD -- 102 RW STREETS tto to Basement nf the Capiiml HntL 5&"They will fill this space with an entirely new advettiacai short time. Frankfort; W. F.Pato,Elizabothtown; Hawesvillo; M. A. Cassidy, County oupornituuuoiib rayon-- uuuiiiy, uox- -, ington: G. V. Parsons, County Super-intondont Bracken county, Brooks-villS. L. Fogge, County Superintendent Christian county, Hopkinsvillo. How Bhall wo secure the continued professional improvement of our teachers? W. E. Lunley, President Hickman College, Hickman. Discussion J. H. Fuqua, Bethel College, RuBsollvillo; Thomas Hunter, e; Discussion J. W. Mastin, County Superintendent Hancock county, Tlie Trouble Over. H. G. MATTERS, -- prominent man in town exclaimed the other day: "My wife has been wearing out her life from tho effect of dyspepsia, liver complaint and indigostion. Her case baffied tho skill of our best physicians. Useful and Ornamentai. After using three packages of Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer she is almost entirely well." Keep your blood in a AnK USEFUL A8 WELL A9 healthy condition by tho use of this SOMK THINGS ami here It Is, when both Quality great vegetable compound. Call on und usefulness lire combined, In my lust stock of Chapman & Williams and get a trial hair ornuinents. W. L. COPPERSMITH, paokago free. Large size 50o. 231 St. Clutr street. A 29 Frankfort, Ky. TIESIE- j M. BTiATTY, Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agt., BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, Jackson, Powell, Cluy und other Pliirailmr, 334 MAIN STREET, Estill, counties. Sept. MI. W. J. CHINN, JR, &rsrsQ'Bmrs &r raw. Jan.S0-lT- . FRANKFORT, KY. Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Cstora House. Of- 2 t.tf - 3MCinbULrxx "VKTsLgroxius- Iron DFtooJHLDOLg: AT SELLING OUTSCJbfiLCOST! at cost for cash line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, 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. We will On. IMCaroto. begin selling our general , i $ Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Miss Ida Guinea visited friends in this city last week. Miss Todd Saffell has returned from a short trip to Louisville. Mr. Tom Davidson, of Lexington, spent Monday in this city. Mr. Edmund Taylor has returned from Columbia, Tennessee. Col. M. H. Crump, Inspector General of the State, is in the city. Miss Marie Miller, of Millersburg, is the guest of Miss Lucy Parks. Mrs. L. P. Tarlton left Thursday morning for a visit to Louisville. Prince Wells, the Louisville Bicycle Agent, was in the city Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Lindsay has returned from an extended visit to Georgia. Miss Adele Gaines has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington. Miss Annie Mahoney has returned home from visit to friends in Lexing- fi. home b OOLLINSb & BRO Kentucky River Fruit Association. On PPQsite the Farmers Bank. streets, returned afternoon. Thursday Mrs. F. K. Rodman and children, of Cincinnati, are visiting the family of Mr. J. L. Rodman, on Sheby street. Mr. and Mrs. V. Kaltenbrun left Wednesday for a visit to friends at Paducah, St. Louis and other places. Mr. Alexander Julian is quite ill at his home near Bridgeport, but was considerably better yesterday afternoon. Mr. F. K. Rodman, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday and Monday in this city visiting his parents, Mr. J. L. Tuesday evening the Steamer Rodman and wife. Mrs. Hugh Ayres, of Louisville, who has been visiting Mrs. George W. Gayle, near this city, returned home Wednesday. Mr. John D. Griffin left Sunday evening for New York to attend the meeting of the American Water tives. tives in this city and county. Judge T. J. Scott and J. J. Brooks, Mr. John 0. Cromwell, of Joliot, Esq., of Richmond, were in the city Illinois, who was called here last Monday. week by the death of his mother, Miss Emma Morris left Thursday left Monday morning for home. morning for a viBit to relatives in Mrs. Margaret Venable, Mrs. W. T. Louisville. Reading and daughter, Miss MargaMrs. Knox Brown, of Owen county, ret, attended the Covington-Coope- r has been visiting relatives in this wedding in Lexiagton Wednesday city this week. evening. Mr. Tom DeLime, of Louisville, is Mr. Gustave LaFontain returned of his father, who is at the bed-sid- e Wednesday afternoon from a three dangerously ill. While months? trip to Europe. Hon. J. D. Powers and John Wand- - absent he visited Germany, France, ' ling, Esq., of Owensboro, were in Spain, Italy and Switzerland. the city Thursday. Miss Stella Van Arsdell, ofllarrods-burg- , Mrs. Frank Johnson left Thursday who has been the guest of for her home in Ohio, where she will Miss Lizzie Hudson for several weeks, spend the summer. y for Versailles, where leaves Mrs. J. D. Coke and children, of she will visit Miss Lillie Young. Louisville, are visiting friends and relatives in this city. Kentucky Honored. Mr. Harry M. Buckley, of the! Anderson News, Lawrenceburg, was Rev. William 0. Young, D. D., in the city yesterday. president of Centre College, DanMiss Sadie Tanner spent several ville, was elected on Wednesday days this week with Mrs. Clarence Moderator of the Presbyterian General Assembly of the United States Gayle, at Eddy Side. Mrs. Jerry Morton and Miss Combs, now in session at Portland, Oregon. of Lexington, arrived Monday to Harris-Hardivisit Mrs. L. P. Tarlton. Miss Agnes Scott, of Jessamine Mr. Wm. G. Harris, of Big Stone county, is visiting Mrs. J. Buford Gap, Virginia, and Miss Carrie W. Hendrick, on Wapping Btreet. of Gen. P. W. HarMessrs. S." T. Gaines and Alex. Hardin, daughter din, were married Tuesday evening Jackson, of Chicago, are visiting at the residence of the bride's pafriendB in thiB city and county. rents in this city, Rev. George Darsio Miss Clara Cruteher, of Duoker officiating. Station, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis, 421 Second street. Elected Officers. Misses Annie and Mary Watts At the mooting of the Kentucky Brown have returned from a visit to Pharmaceutical Association, which Miss Blackburn, at Spring Station. was hold at Carrollton this week, Messrs. W. L. and R. B. Anderson, Mr. J. W. Gayle, of this city, was of Lawrenceburg, visited their broth- elected Recording Secretary, Mr. er, Senator Anderson, Wednesday. Tarlton G. Julian, of Mt. Storling, Secretary, and Mr. Mr. M. D. Hardin came home from Corresponding Howard Jett, of Oynthiana, Treasursohool at Danville to attend the weder. The last two are former Frankding of his sister Tuesday evening. fort boys. Mr. Richard Dehoney left Thursday for Chicago, Illinois, where he has Board Wanted Gentleman and wife want board at once for the next obtained a situation as three or four months. Private Miss AnnaGrissom, of Georgetown, family preferred. State terms. J. H. Thompson, who has been visiting Mrs. Ohas. P. t. Post Office. Exum, corner of Second and Main to-da- Works Association. Mrs. Alice Todd and children, Miss ton. Lillian and Master Alexander, of Mrs. James Rodman is visiting her Louisville, are visiting Mrs. A. H. sister, Mrs. Wm. Cheatham, in Louis- McOlure, on Main street. ville. Master Philip Henry, of Chicago, Mr. Ben. H. Dudley, of Louisville, only son of Mr. Robt. H. Henry, an was in the city Tuesday .visiting rela- old Frankfort boy, is visiting rela- Falls City passed thi3 city, on its way to High Bridge, conveying a large party of excursionist from about Dayton and Harrison, Ohio, under the auspices of Mr. N. H. Albaugh. the veteran nurseryman, of Tadmor, Ohio. Mr. Albaugh was ably assisted by Messrs. F. G. Withoft and F. B. Fields and the latter' s estimable lady, who did all in their power to make the trip enjoyable. There were sixty persons in the party from Ohio, consisting of prominent business men and their wives, including the Mayor of Dayton and a lady commissioner to the World's Fair. They brought with them a fine band of music, and were fortunate in obtaining a good view of the bridge and photographing it, as both Dr. Adarns and Mrs. Wright had cameras. The scenery on the river is now at its best, and all were charmed by its GOOD THINGS " ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, MM L . f 4 THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE IN OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. beauty. Returning the boat reached our city at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, remaining about two hours. Between showers the excursionists visited the State House and the Cemetery, taking the deepest interest in Daniel Boone's monument. The trip combined business with pleasure, as Mr. Albaugh and his associates have formed "The Kentucky River Fruit Company," buying 200 acres of land in Owen county from Mr. Knox Brown, which they will operate as a mammoth fruit farm and nursery. At a meeting of the stockholders on board the boat Mr. Brown was unanimously elected President and Manager of the Company. OUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM hundieds .take from it, yet it never diminishes. This, of course, is because spring of supply there is a never-dyinthat feeds the stream. g SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE So do sluggish stocks They become decayed. They are not fit for commercial use any more than decayed meat. Finally, they are known as "dead." CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER THE BEST CONDITION and a IN constant flow of trade keeps a stock in best condition. We have no dead stock, because our stock never stands still. It is always flowing out and flowing in. An Assured Fact. sonic Temple Company closed the trade with the Farmers Bank for the lot next the Christian Church, on Ann street, Thursday, and in a short time they expect to let the contract for the erection of a handsome four story building upon it. A deBign for the front elevation is on exhibition in the show window of Mr. M. P. Gray, on Main street, and should the building be put up according to that plan it will be a handsome improvement to the city. It is proposed to s on the have two large first floor, offices in the second story on the third and two lodge-room- s floor for the use of other organizations, while the fourth floor will be divided into Lodge and Oomraandery rooms for the use of the Masonic.fra-ternitThe upper floors are to be reached by a wide stairway and elevator, the building will bo heated with steam or warm air, supplied with water and lighted with electricity or gas. To do all this will require a great deal of money, and it is hoped our citizens will subscribe liberally for stock in the company when they are called upon by the solicitors, who are now canvassing the city. store-roomy. The board of directors of the Ma- DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVANTAGE of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading with. o R. K. McCLURE, SHU CJIi Jii-- tl-3-M . College. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. n. Capital City Business EBTASZjZSBED 1B91. Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, ::E:Isr:K::F,o:E,T,, :s::E3:rT'x,-cra:Ki"5- r. Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. Young ladles and gentlemen prepared Tor mercantile life IN Miles' Nerve and L,iver Pills. book-keepe- r. 37-2- Business Correspondence, Shorthand, Act on a new principle regulating Business writing, stomach and bowels though Book-keepin- g, Commercial Law, Typewriting, the liver, the norves. A now discovery. Dr. Spelling, etc. Grammar, Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Arithmetic, taste, torpid liver, piles, constipabad advanced student tion. Splendid for men, women and Nlcht school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged, Tlie Incorporation. finished. Diplomas awarded. Ciitiilogue In press. Application made for children. Smallest, mildest, surest. school of business In the State of Kentucky. We have the best home Send In your name, 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y April J. W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. 45-ly. 4 K V, SPRING HATS! SPRING NECKWEAR! STD3T1I1S Xmported. a-n- d. Woolens, XDosnaestlc Goods. Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. to have you look at them. Would be pleased HUDS ON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! A STREET FIG HT Aud Four Men Wounded as the Result. Another disgraceful shooting affair occurred on our streets Friday evening of last week, and as a result one of the participants and a bystander are now lying in a critical condition, and the other party to the fight and a second bystander are painfully wounded. composed of Judge W. L. Jett, Messrs. Geo. B. Thomson, A. W. Leitch and Ben. Suter were returning to this city from Louisville on the 9:30 train Friday night, and when the train stopped at one of the stations down the road John T. Johnson, who was tried and acquitted at the last term of the Circuit Court upon tho charge of killing a man by the name of Smith, in the lower edge of this county, boarded the train, came into their car and aat down near them. When tho train reached here they all got off together A It seems that a party Guaranteed Cure for Plies of whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Recent or Hereditary. This Remedy hus positively never been known to fall. $1.00 n box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mall prepaid on rece'pt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to refund the 5.00 paid lr not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. GAYLE. andLECOMPTEA GAYLE CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents, Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. 16-l- W piif Kentucky CURE -- iuggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy BUGGIES, HARNESS AND PAUM a.1? "TvaioijES-ia-Zjfirst-clas- IMPLEMENTS E prices. s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. deal with his wrist, but is going about the streets. The trouble came up about Owens' SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. wife, tho woman who several years ago sued Gen. J. P. Nuckols, charging him with making an improper Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. proposal to her. She had obtained a divorce from Owens and ho charged -ZF -AuXIbTT'IEJIIZL Johnson with alienating her affecSTOTTIEe BTJG-G-- T March tion, and sworo that he would take his life. The examining trial has been post- King's Royal Geruicteur. with tho box attached, was carried Buclcleu's Arnica Salve. away. It was fouud the next day poned to await tho result of the The bestsalve in the world fot and Johnson kept right in among wounds of Owens and Mr. Leitch. In tho medicine of the somo distance away in a field belong- Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt the party in going up Broadway. At tho meantime Johnson remains on century, Its phenominal success as ing to Mrs. M. T. Dudley and brought Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, a seller and favorite with the people in to the the corner of Ann street a man by the bond. It contained Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns is tho acknowledged wonder of the name of Charles Owens was standing medicine world. Based upon the several letters when brought in, but and all Skin Eruptions and posileaning upon the railing in front of Sliiloli's Consumption Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, will not bo opened until the arrival of tively cures Piles, or no pay reCure. J. W. Gayle's show window. As soon modern, and at once popular, com- a e inspector, who was imIt is guarar Led to give most mending itself as a necessary house- mediately notified and will arrive quired. This is beyond question tho as he saw Johnson coming ho drew a remedy. It perfect satisfaction, o- - money re pistol and called to the others to successful Cough Medicine we have holduse. Specific advertises best by in a few days. for all Catarrhal ever sold, a few doses invariably its "look out." Johnson also drew his cure tho worst cases of Cough, diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Suspicion attaches to soveral coun- funded. Price 25 cents per box. pistol and the two commenced firing Croup and Bronchitis, while its won- Purifier. It is without doubt the try youths, who were in town that For sale by SouthSide drug store, destroyer in P. H. Carpenter. at each other, but the witnesses differ derful success in tho cure of Con- most reliable germthe extent that the night on a whiz, and if sufficient eviand to sumption is without a parallel in the n.s to who fired the first shot. theory is correct, King's Royal dence can be found to warrant their first Since Judge Jett says that the first thing history of medicine.beei sold its on a ermeteur is tho remedy. It is no arrest it will go pretty hard with discovery it has which attracted his attention was guarantee, a test which no other accident but is the result of fifteen them and take all tho fun out of their Scientific American some one crowding against him from medicine can stand. If you have a years study of medical genius. For lark, as Undo Sam allows no monkeyAgency for 19 salo by Chapman & Williams. behind, and when he turned partly cough wo earnestly ask you to try it. ing with the mails. your 50c. around Johnson was pointing his pis- Price 10c,chestand $1. If lame,lungs are sore, use or back An Editor Dead. Oil, What a Cough. tol right across his breast. Ho put Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. 37 up his left hand to pu3h the weapon W. Gayle. Mr. Robert Bruco Champ, editor Will you heed away and was shot through the palm aud proprietor of tho Bourbon News, signal perhaps of tho warning; tho tho sure approach CAVEATS. Entertained. of the hand, the ball entering at the died suddenly at his home in Paris of that more terriblo disease ConTDAnp MADITC- nBQinM niTcuTit base of tho third finger and coming sumption? Ask yourself if you can COPYRIGHTS, ote. Tho Leap Club were on AVednesday morning of heart allbrd, for the sake of saving 50c, to F,'Rj?r2.ySn an1 frco Handbook write to out at tho wrist. A ball, supposed to entertainod Year Euchre and the remains were buried at run for the last time this CO., an Broadway; New Yonrc. 3JUNN the risk and do nothing for it. be from Johnson's pistol, struck Mr. season by Misses bureau for securing patents In America. Mamio and Agnes Millorsburg, near where ho was born We know from experience that Oldest patent taken out by us Is brought before Eyory A. W. Leitch in tho left side, ranging Douglas at their home on Broadway and raised, Thursday afternoon. He Shiloh's Cure will euro your cough. tho public by a notice given free of chargo In tho around the rim of tho abdomen and in a very handsome manner on Wed- was one of the brightest and best of It never fails. This explains why lodging on the right side. Owens nesday night last. The prizos were the newspaper men of tho State, and moro than a Million Bottles were sold the past year. It rolioves croup was shot in the right groin, the ball won by Mr. f.an' sdentlflo intelligent Robert A. Brawnor and his death is greatly regretted by all and whooping cough at once. j!?,?st ?&?u,!i$!8n Illustrated. Nopaper In tho s?ien.dldlr back and lodging near the Miss ranging .Ii.a,0&'d b0 ""Pout It. Weekly. 83.00 who knew him. He leaves a widow Mothers, do not be without it. For year! Emma Niokles. A toothsome &CO" sir months. Address spine, and Johnson was hit on top Of uso lunch was spread, which all en- and two sons to mourn his loss. He lame back, side or chest by Shiloh'e Vum.iaiu.us.3fl Broadway, New York! J. W Porous Plaster. Sold left wrist, the ball glancing tho will bo succeeded by his son, Mr. 37 around and coming out on tho under joyed very much. After relishing Walter Champ, who will continue the Gayle. this delicious repast, dancing was side without breaking the bone. Mr. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. in until a very late hour. publication of the Nows. Leitch got into Gayle's drug storo as ThiB club was organized and gotten up soon as possible out of tho way, and Mucli Sought After. Attention Republicans. Judge Jett crossed Ann street to by tho young ladies and gentlemen The quia and direct route from of this city tho first of tho year, and Gum's corner. Johnson jumped they havo enjoyed themso'ves very Since Rev. George Darsio acted as Tho Republican voters of Franklin the telephone polo aud contin- much during tho past winter. a judge at tho intercollegiate oratori- county aro requested to meot in mass LQ01SYILLE TO ADKANSAS Ml TEXH5I ued to shoot until a ball from Owon cal contest at Georgetown sovoral convention at tho Court-housOne hundred and fifty miles In almost every neighborhood weeks ago, ho has boon in great .re- Saturday July 2nd, 1892, at 3 o'clock ens' pistol carried away a part of the p. m., for handle of his weapon, rendering it throughout the west there is somo quest to officiate in a similar capaci- candidatesthe purpose of nominating for tho offices of Sheriff SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK, more persons whoso lives one useless, when Owens, who had omp-tie- d havo or boon saved by Chamberlain's ty. Ho wont to Lexington last night and Circuit Court Clerk of this his pistol, closed in on him and Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, to act as a judgo in an And the only root oratorical con- county. By order of tho County Committee. afrnolr mm niran t.lin nnnn or who havo boon cured of chronic test betwoon speakers representing W. B. Robinson, parties then intorferred and sepa- diarrhoea by it. Such persons take different societios of Kontuoky UniWithout Change of Cars. OiiAS. McKee, Chairman. espeoial pleasure in recommending rated the two. Secretary. tho remedy to others. Tho praise versity. It jou are going to emigrate to Owens was taken to tho homo of that follows its introduction and use ho is makes it very popular. 25 and 50 his brother in Bellepoint, where Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth likely to remain somo timo, if ho re- cent bottles for salo by J. W. Gaylo, A SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. . marvelous euro for Catarrh, Druggist. ' Austin, Houatin, covers at all. Mr. Leitch was taken Diphtheria, Cankor mouth and Wo GIVE AWAY absolutely to his homo on tho Owonton piko, Hoadacho. Witli each bottle there Tbli li tho Statistical Agent. elegant black KHKKof cost, is an ingenious nasal Injector for tho SLK orcoloroilSILKnnDltKSS pattern near Thorn Hill, and grnvo fears havo moro successful treatment )t 10 yards to any young lady in CHEAPEST AND REST ROUTE. boon entertained as to his recovory, Hon. Nioholas McDowell, Commis- complaints without extra of those In America, who is charge. DRESS every tow,)introduce iitnoiii; tier vWUliiK to No change of car to but his condition has somewhat im- sioner of Agriculture, was on "We- Price 60o. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 proved. Judgo Jott waB confined to dnesday appointed Statistical Agont of 1 iJUEKNV'.u large 1C pane. Gl I CDkU MOBILE, MEMPHIS column, Illustrated magazine, M0NTG0MEBY, tho house for sovoral days, but is now tho Department of Agriculture for I nut- - i a,in of tl0 be8t ,mi,iSiu.u. De- Letter Box Stolen. AND NEW ORLEANS, voted to notion, Fashion, Dowable to bo about again, although suf- tho State of Kentucky by tho Secreers, Fancy Work, Home Decorations and everyfering a great deal of pain. Johnson tary of tho Agricultural Department. Sunday night tho post to which thing pertaining to the household. Scud at once for farther information, mi.treea on trial and the magazine was arrested and lodgod in jail, but Tlioro is a salary of sovon hundred was attachod a U. S. mail box, near 20 cents for elegant silks toone yearfrom. Addressa select package of C. P. ATBKORE, G.P.T.A., QUEEN CO.. THK Center was released on $5,000 bond on Satur- and twenty dollars a year attached the Oolorod Normal School on tho street, MODERN Conn. Mention this paper, New Haven, lOOWYIUK. KKNTUCKT. day. Ho, too, has suffered a groat to the position. Versailles pike, was taken up and it, t Juno 0. v. e. HAVE 2G-t- f Pre-eminentl- y Post-offic- e. Post-offic- ex-istan- iy ISTmjm dis-oas- o, Jtitntifte JUiiMiatt on-gag- ed LOHMl&imiLELRil bo-hin- d e, Of-.li- 35-lt- rnrr i. Wr &iM-jj- mma Elffi&fi h mMMMMMMMi row morning at 11 o'clock from his late An Old Ticket. residence and the remains will be In clearing out a drawer in a dark cemeAciUred at tbe at Frankfort, Kentucky, intered in the family lot in tho s portion of his store on Tuesday aa mailable matter. tery in this city. evening, Mr. R. K. McClure, tho fiKO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. popular St. Clair street shoo merOld Time Member, chant, camo across the following old Hon. E. W. Hawkins, of Warsaw, election ticket used at the August FRANKFORT, MAY 21, 1892. who was a member of the Legislature election of 1855: fifty-tw- o years ago, was in the city AMERICAN TICKET. on Tuesday, and visited the LegislaPrecinct Meetings. ture. For Governor, Democratic primary meetings wore and for Charles S. Morehead. Removed. held in moat of the precincts of this For Lieutenant Governor. county on Saturday for the purpose "Castorlais bo well adapted to children Uit Oaatorl euros Colic, Oo&sttpaUon, James G. Hardy. James A. Violett, Esq., attorney at Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, I recommend it m superior to any proscription of appointing delegates to the State Ellis Worms, cires Bleep, and promotes dilate n. A. Ancnxa, M. D., known to mo." For Attorney General, gestion. Convention which meets in Louis- law, has rented the office of the street, Without injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford Stk Brooklyn, N. T. James Harlan. ville on Wednesday next, May 25th. Dr. S. F. Smith, on St. Clair For Treasurer, The following is the result of some and has removed his law office from For soTeral years I haTe recommended "Tho use of 'Csstoria' fa bo universal and the second floor of Mrs. Duvall's Castoria, ' and shall always continue to. its merits bo well known that it Beeins a work your 'as of them: Richard 0. Wintersmith. It has invariably produced beneficial of supererogation to endorse it. Few are tho do so building to it. The location is much Court-hous- e At the the following intelligent famllloo who do not keep Castoria results," For Auditor, to Edwin F. Pardr, M. D., within easy reach." were appointed delegates: E. Polk more convenient for his clients Thos. S. Page. Carlos Mirnrw, D.D., "Tbo Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ato., . find him. Now York City. Johnson, P. W. Hardin, Pat. McNew York City-.Late Pastor Bloomiogdalo BoX ormod Church. For Pres. Board Int. Improvement, Donald, T. H. Hines, Win. Cromwell, A Serious Fall. Rer. John D. Mathews. B. G. Williams, Ben. Marshall, L. P. Tire CsjfTAO Cowmht, 77 MuniUT Stbxxt, Nkw York. For Congress, Johnson, Ira Julian, E. H. Taylor, jr., Mr. J. D. Robinson was so unfortuDr. Alex. K. Marshall. James McAuliffe, 0. F. Exum, Jos. nate as to fall down tho cellar stairs For Representative, Tobin, J. W. Rod- at his home on Third street, last week Rodman, Richard Judge John M Hewitt. man, W. Chapman, John Noel, B. T. and was quite seriously injured. He Feb. Farmer, Wm. Lindsay, W. J. Chinn, has been confined to bed ever since. With the exception of Col. Dick J. A. Scott, and J. Proctor Knott. Owing to his age it will be some time Wintersmith, who now lives in WashOn motion of Judge Ben. Williams, before he will be able to get about ington City, all of the above candi"All other good Democrats" were again. dates are dead. Lieutenant Goverm also declared to be delegates. On nor Hardy lived only a few months BEST OF AUL motion of W. H. Julian, the delegates after his election and was succeeded were instructed to use their efforts to by Hon. John Q. A. King, Senator elect R. Tobin and D. L. Thornton as To cleanse the system in a gentle and from McOracken county, who was district delegates to the Chicago truly beneficial manner, when the elected speaker of the Senate to fill springtime comes, use the true and tho vacancy. Convention. One Market-hous- e At the the following perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. family Dr. Hale's Household Tea bottle will answer for all the delegates were appointed and left and costs only 50 cents; tbe large L. Mangan, B. W. Jenblood purifier and Man- Is the great kins, Dr. E. E. Hume, Dr. H. Tobin, size $1. Try it and be pleased. It acts upon all the seby the California Fig nerve tonic. the system, enabling the cretions of Peter Sower, Geo. Shaw and Ed. ufactured Syrup Co. only. liver and kidneys to perform their Weitzol. proper functions, giving tone and From the the following strength to the nervous system, a Church Dedication. were appointed: J. W. Gaines, J. R. certain cure for dyspepsia. Two months' treatment for 50c. Get a Williams, Jno. Tobin, B. B. Jeffers, The new Christian Church at com- free sample at Carpenter's South Side Stephen Fuhs, N. Sullivan and J. this county, is about L GOODS SEE RD GET 1 drug store. Alex Grant. The meeting instructed pleted, and will be dedicated on the Bought a Hall. for Mr. Carlisle for President fifth Sunday in this month the 29th following are the proceedings inst. A large congregation are exThe at Cedar Run: By order of the pected and arrangements are being On Tuesday evening the Corporate Franklin County Democratic may attend. Committee of Capital Lodge, No. 6, a convention was held at made to feed all who be present. I. O. 0. F., sold to Mr. I. Davis the to Cedar Run precinct, on Saturday, Everybody is invited I 0B .flno J"oun Jack, north third of their building on St. May 14th, and on motion, Ben. S. $X W Duke of Glenwater, Clair Btreet for eight thousand five A Fine Colt. Hughes was elected Chairman and 13, 189a at our farm, nine hundred dollars. The sale includes Thomas White Secretary. miles east of Frankfort. on the Frankfort fr. VerAfter organizing the following delCol. Dave Moore's fine Expert the store room occupied by Mr. S. sailles turnpike, at egates were selected to attend the Insure a jack colt, or a colt a few days ago, by Klass, tho second story occupied by State Convention at Louisville, on mare foaled tfaWtefti.v!fc ,us. sio io insure a lennet. Mangan & Darnell's Dick Foster, by Mr. Clarence Kendall as a bindery, Duke Is a black lark. Xp May 25th: B. S. Hughes, Harry -" nuu nuuu puiiua, llt. Thomas, W. S. Farmer, Thomas Pretender, dam Norsay, by Peck's and the lodge-rooin the third story, hands high, was foaled in 1887. Sired by Larry White. They were instructed to Idol, which the Colonel says is as fine occupied by the Masons, Knights of Hawes lumous premium lack, which sold for $1,500, he by Tebb's J.icK, Alexander, noted as the cast the vote of the precinct for Hon. a youngster as was ever bred in this Honor, Knights and Ladies of Honor sire of fine. la ge Jacks, he by Bourbi, he Grover Cleveland for Prsident and Napoleon. Duke's dam was sired by Wells' the Hon. John G. Carlisle as second county. Davo has christened him Knights of Pythias and Y. M. I,, premium Jack, he by Iron'Duke. says in a year or together with the right of entry up This Jack would have to be seen to be fully apchoice. Lewis Mangan, and preciated, although bis breeding shows for Itself, B. S. Hughes, Chairman. pull the lines over the fairway leading to the second two he expects to as he combines the best blood in Kentucky and 11 Thos. White, Secretary. UJ1 1.1 has proven worthy of his breeding. mm uuu buii im uuui liin HnnaAII af rtnlr and third stories. in 4mw. uioijoiwuu ovwwu. The sale will Jennets grazed at $1.50 per month and given There was no meeting held at Ben. farm at a 2:20 gait. careful attention. We will not be responsible for enable the Lodge to pay off all its Both son, and several other of the country the method and resulta when accidents. For further Information, write to bonded indebtedness and leave it in Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant precincts kave not reported. dc Caught a good shape financially. Mr. Davis and refreshing to the taste, and acts FRANKFOllT, KY., an investment and Death of Mr. J. 91. Wood. While opening a box of bananas at bought only as the building himself. gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, OrFrankfort turnpike, the farm, on the Vtrsalllej call on Mr. Holt at will not occupy near McKee's cross roads. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- & May his place of business on Tuesday, M. Wood, one of the Mr. John R. Todd found a tarantula dispels colds, headMr. James tem eflectually, Fine Berries. aches and fevers and cures habitual host is Qaurrrrr. most prosperous farmers of this and a nest of eggs in one of the BKSTISQCAIIXT Mr. George W. Brock, of Crescont constipation. Syrup of Figs is the county, died suddenly at his homo bunches. Ho succeeded in capturing on the Georgetown pike, eight and a the spider and getting it into a glass View Farm, near this Forks of Elkhorn, only remedy of its kind ever prohalf miles from this city, Wednesday jar, as it seemed to be torpid, but is tho fli's& in the market with home duced, pleasing to the taste and acmorning, in the 69th year of his age. after being in the jar a while it crown strawberries, as he has been ceptable 'to the stomach, prompt hi Mr. Wood had quite a severe spell of warmed up and opened its red mouth gathering them from his vines since its action and truly beneficial m its only from the most illness several weeks ago, but had viciously when stirred up. It is not the 8th of this month. He was in effects, prepared GREAM healthy and agreeable substances, its apparently recovered his usual health, as large nor are its legs as woolley as town Thursday with a lot of as fine many excellent qualities commend it and was in the city on Tuesday. some specimens we have seen, and it and deliciously flavored berries as to all and have made it the most can be had anywhere, and found a Wednesday morning he was about on is thought to be a female. ready sale for them at the top price. popular remedy known. sale in 50c some work, and the place directing Syrup of Figs is for FOR YEARS He has a largo crop and will be in and Found Him. when he returned to the house he sat SI bottles by all leading drug- Has led all Worm Remedies. town every day with them while the gists. down on the porch and ordered his Any reliable druggist who EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. to his buggy as he Three weeks ago Mr. Howard season last. He left with us a couple may not have it on hand will prohorse hitched SOLD EVERYWHERE. young greyhound. of quarts of the Crescent variety cure it promptly for any one who FnptrMlby B1CIUBDS0S.T1TLOBKEO. CO,, BT.tOUIB. wished to drive down to the post Gaines lost a fine in some of the which were delightful, perfectly ripe wishes to try it. Do not accept any office at Woodlake. In a few minutes He inserted a notice House-keeper- s substitute. he called to a negro woman at work other city papers announcing his loss and of a fine size. requested tho return of the dog, wishing berries to preserve should the house to come and help and CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. about SAN FIIANCISCO, CAL. him to his room as he was very sick. but heard nothing of him. On Satur- give Mr. Brock their orders in time, A'flv YORK, N.Y. LOUlSVIUe. KY. can She ran to him and succeeded in get- day he inserted a four line notice in so that they too be supplied before far advanced. the Roundabout to the same effect, the season is ting him into the house and seated BI1A1N and in making up the paper the . j?a ML in a rocking chair. r.Wf- Tlie Unveiling:. notice was placed at the bottom of a Mrs. Wood and her daughter The new monument recently erecthad gone to visit a neighbor, but column, among patent medicine readers, but Mr. Gaines informs us ed in the Confederate lot in the three of his sons were out unon the place, and the woman ran to notify it was seen by Mr. Mastin, of Wood- Cemetery will bo unveiled this afterthem. When they reached the house ford county, whom the dog had fol- noon at 4 o'clock with appropriate they found him sitting in the chair, lowed to his homo, ho returned ceremonies, and tho graves of the with his hat still upon his head, but him to his owner Tuesday. All of Confederate dead buried there will be Dh. E. C. Wkst'b Neiivkand Bhain Treata guaranteed.specll)c for Hjsteria, Dizzilife was extinct, and it is supposed which proves that the Roundabout decorated at the same time. All per- ment, Convulsion, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia, ness, NIK 3 .19.IT EST AND'QUICKEST Headache Nervous Prostration caused by the that he died as soon as seated. is read everywhere and that it payB sons having flowers to donate will of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental use Hcf telling of the Drain resulting In InThe deceased wa3 for many years to advertise in it. Rates reasonable please send them to the Cemetery, to misery, '.: New Orleans. county be- and circulation large. Just bring Mrs. Aldridgo, on Broadway, or to sanity and leading toBarreness,dec iy and death, Circuit Clerk of Fayette Loss of Power Premature Old Ago, sex, and Spermafore the war, but for the past thirty your ad. right along in as we always Judge W. L. Jett's residence, corner in eithercausedinvoluntary Lostes tho brain, by of torrhoea Time, 25 Hours. box contains years has been a resident of this have room for it. or of Shelby and Third streets. Let one month's treatment. $1.00 a box. or six boxes county, owning one of the finest thoro bo a liberal supply of flowers for 35.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. SOLID VKSriBULED TRAINS. farms in the county, and had it in A Little Girl's Experience so that no grave may bo neglectod. The shortest and quickest. WE GUARANTEE SIX nOXES. in a JLljflithousc. splendid condition. Ho married Miss The relatives and friends of tho any Ann Mary Belt, of this city daughsoldiers buried in tho Cemetery aro To euroboxes,case. With each orderrecelved by us Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala $5.00, wo accompanied Trescott Mr. and for six ter of the late Joseph I. Belt, for keepers ofMrs. Loren Lighthouse are especially requested to bo present send the purchaser our writwith guarantee towill reten tho Gov. at and assist In decorating tlie graves. Time, 26 Hours money If the treatment dots not effect fund the many years a prominent merchant in Sand Beach, Mich, and are blessed a cure, (iinrantees Issued only by THE Solid Vestllml'd Trains. The alioti line befc GAYLK CO., and J. W. UAYLE, this city who, together with five with a daughter, four years old. tween Cincinnati and Frankfort, Ky. Why Don't You Stop April she was taken down with Lkxinoton, Kr.. Time. 2Vj Hours, children Messrs. Joseph B., Stewart, Lnst ' 12 KN0XVII.I.E, TKN.N., " Measles, followed with a dreadful 17 N. C, A81IKV1LLE, " " Huston and Miss Annie Wood, of Cough and turning into a fever. Doc- Coughing before tho entire muUHVtTANOOUA, TKNN., " 11 " this county, and Dr. J. Scott Wood, tors at home and at Detroit treated cous membrane lining tho air pasATLANTA, IB " Ot., " grew worse UlItMINIlIIAM, ALA.. 10 " vain, " of . Brooklyn, Now York survives her. but in she wasshomero "handful sage leading to tho lungs becomes Direct Connections at New a inflamed, as it surely will bo from a We nny of port for Texas, Mexico and California. him. The deceased had for years rapidly, until of bones." Then she tried Dr. King's cough neglected. Thoro is but one Liver will pay the above reward forHeadn-ihe-case InLeave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick been a consistent member of Provi- New Discovery and after tho use of remedy that gives instant relief and digestion, Conciliation, or Costlveness we cannot vln Georgetown 5:15 a. ui. jiirrWe Cincinnati 10:20 m. Quicker than any other line. when dence Baptist Church, was a devoted two and a half bottlfes, was complete- cures quickly. Dr. Halo's Household cure with West's Vegetuble Liver Pills, They tho a. All trains arrlv at Jeport f rom Contral Union are directions are strictly complied with. They say Dr. King's New husband and father, a good neighbor, ly cured is worth its weight in goid. Cough Ouro cures every kind of purely Vegetable, and never fall to give satisfac- Danot, Cincinnati. Discovery For It a tee Maps,&o..aaarft incipient Sugur Coated . Large boxes, containing HO and held the respect and confidence yet you may got a trial bottle free at cough from a simple cold to bottles at tion. 25 cents. Hewars-oE. T. CHAHLETON, counterfeits and ImPills, consumption. 25 and 50c D, P. i: T. A.. Chattanooga. itations. The genuine manufactured only by of all who knew him. Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. Oarpentor's South Side drug store. D. 'I, EDWARDS, OHIOAfiO, D. MILLER, THE JOHN 0. WEST COMPANY, 0 'J P, Traf. Mug. Cincinnati, O. The funeral will take place 1.T ILL. For sale by all druggist. WLAMFOET ROUNDABOUT, post-ofllo- e second-clas- M; h fttt Infants Children 13-l- :t! ': Fiiifon Fuifiife Maittrii 60. rf I Have opened Sale Boonis on Ann Street, near Christian Church. 35-4- t. Gas-hou- se Swal-lowfiel- d, KD PIES Com-mitte- e, Duke of Glenwater axi-mwx- i i mmmY lfc- $25-t- o i 's , Tarantula. HOLT j WORMS! WHITE'S 20 VERMBFUGE It (fiftsftr ! kmm self-abu- se e. $500 Steward! , Orlenni-andSlire- f to-m- or 16-l- i .TroCrS . 5 BHC 8WB ,:j MCTM BB MB TIME TABLE. Tho following time tnbte is now effect apon tho L. Jt N. roiid: TBAtNS in many WEST. No. iin loavoBFrnnkfort Mo. 17 leaves Frnnkfort No. 21 lenvos Frnnkfort No 10 leaves Frnnkfort TBAINB EAST. 0:40 ft. m 3:00 p. m 7:38 p.m. r:50 ft. m No . 18 lenvos Frnnkfort No. 20 leaves Frnnkfort No .24 arrives Frnnkfort No. 22 leaves Frnnkfort..... Nos. 23, 17 nnd 21 connect nt Lngrnnge ot. 23 nnd 21 connect for Cincinnati. nt Anchornge for Bloomileld Branch, W. W. Alkxanui'B, Agont. .... .... 10:10 n . m. 4:35 p. m. 7.48 p. v. 0:15 p.m. FiiAiNKFOllT ROUNDABUU'l FEANKFORT, MAY 21, 1892. Umbrella Lost. i' -- . A silk umbrella, with a gold head, bearing tho letters ''B. T. 0." engraved upon it, was left somewhere in the city, but exactly where the party using it does not now remember. The person having it in his or her possession will be rewarded and receive the thanks of the owner by returning it to this office. Strawberry Festival. The young ladies of tho Southern Presbyterian Church will give a strawberry festival in the Church yard, corner of Steele and Third streets, on the evening of Tuesday, May 31st. The gateB will be opened at 6 o'clock and refreshments will be served until a late hour. Every- body invited. His Superior Skill. That Dr. Walter's superior skill and ability with chronic cases is recognized and appreciated by the people of this city and community, is best shown by his vastly increased practice. He has cured many cases in our midst, and we do well indeed to obtain such a doctor, whose reputation extends over many States. Read his large advertisement in another column. Ben. B. Bell, Druggist, of Lexington, Ky., says that Dr. Hale's Household remedies (consisting of Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure, Dr. Hale's Household Ointment and Dr. Hale's Household Tea) are the best sellers 'he has ever had in his store. ThiB is owing to the great merit of these popular remedies. They invariably give great satisfaction, save many doctors' bills and work wonderful cures. Everybody should use them. 25 and 60c. sizes at Carpenter's South Side I drug store. Masonic Notice. At tho regular meeting of Hiram Lodge, No. 4, on Thursday evening next, May 20th, the question whether the per capita assessment for the benefit of the Masonic "Widow's and Orphan's Homo shall be increased will come up as a special order, and it is hoped that every member of the Lodge will be present. No brother should wait for a second notice, but make up his mind that he will bo present on that evening and attend without fail. By order of the Lodge B. T. but nevertheless Charley's How to get Your Mall. friends hero wish him much joy, even if he has been trotting in Wo suggest the following rules for double harness for two months. guidance of persons who have occa e sion to call at tho for mail: Finder Pulled Off. 1. Unless you expect a letter, Rule do not ask more than five times a day; Messrs. Wes. Kirkand Thos. Hearn it is annoying. were coming into town from Lnbrot Rule 2. Ask for all your neighbors' & Graham's Distillery Saturday afterand friends' mail at the same time; noon, in a buggy, leading a horse by you don't know when you may get a a halter behind tho vehicle. Hearn chance to occupy the window again. was driving and Kirk was sitting by Rule 3. Do not speak too distinctly. his side with his arm across the back The clerk may take you for the town of tho seat, his hand resting upon the crier. Better still, let tho clerk guess rope of tho halter. When near Shiloh your name, she ought to know it. Church the led horse pulled back Rule 4. Do not stop to read signs vigorously, the halter rope in some posted up; the clerks are there to way getting a turn around the index answer all and every question. finger of Mr. Kirk's right hand, pullRule 5. If you don't get a letter, ed it off at tho first joint. Tho flesh kick. If you do get a letter, kick waB to badly torn tho finger had to be anyway because yon don't get two. amputed between the first and second No use spoiling the clerks by being joints. too nice. There is more Catarrh in this Rule 0. If your mail is adressed to section of tho country than all other some street and number, don't stop diseases put together, and until the calling at the general delivery. You last few years it was supposed to be know they might put some there. incurable. For a great many years Rule 7. If a friend tells you of a doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by letter he wrote you several years ago constantly failing to cure with local and which you did not receive, rush treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to bo a to the general delivery; it is surely constitutional disease, and therefore there. requires constitutional treatment Rule 8. Always ask the clerk to Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured lick your stamps, you mightget some by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the disease from doing it. market. It acts directly upon the Rule 0. Ask daily for stray papers. the blood and mucotis surfaces of the There might be something of imsystem. They offer one hundred portance in one that may be Bent to dollars for any case it fails to cure. you. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, Rule 10. Although foreign mail F. J. CHENEY & CO., comes in but twice a week call twice Toledo, O. daily, the clerk will then be familiar 7 SfiTSold by druggist, 75c. with your name. e boxes are not Low Rates on tlie Midland. Rule 11. meant to receive mail; hand it to the Following is tho list of special oc- general delivery clerk, she has nothcasions to which the Kentucky Mid- ing to do. land Railway offers reduced rates. Rule 12. Try and rap before you get May 24th to 28th to Cincinnati, one fare for the round trip, account May to the window, it will prepare the Musical Festival. clerk for your coming. June 8th to Nicholasville, on cerRule 13. If you have only one name tificate plan, account of Women's take a few assumed ones; it don't Board of Missions. May 19th to 22d, East Liverpol, O., look well to travel under a single Young Peoples Societies Presbyterian one. Church certificate plan. Rule 14. If a letter happens to bo May 22d to 26th, Birmingham, Ala., Annual Convention, I. O. L. B. certi-cat- e advertised as H. Paul and your name is Paul Harris claim it by all means, plan. May 24tb and 25th, Louisville, Dem- it might bo yours. Also when calling d ocratic Convention, one and for advertised letters always say faro round trip flat rate. May 24th to June 24th, Latonia registered, it is a great assistance to Races, one and one third fare round the clerk. trip flat rate. Rule 15. Be sure and tear open June 1st and 2d, Louisville, State every letter you can get your hands Prohibition Convention certificate on even if the initials should be diffeplan. Effective May 22d, reduced rates to rent It looks business like. Chicago will be withdrawn. Rule 16. Never take the clerk's word O. D. Bercaw, for anything. Rush right into the G. F.&P. A. room, he understands Letters at your case and will give you your just Advertised Frankfort, Ky. deserts. These rules will probably carry you Below will be found n list of advertised through life. city, post-officPost-officone-thirpost-master-'s JAY EYE SEE WEi Mb. J. I. Case, (Hickory Orovo Fnrm, home Rucine, Wih tnys: "Alter trying known remedy, 1 removed n lurgo Utincii ot '.wo years standing, from u 8 yenr old lllly, vvlti. threo applications of , of ry c) U z Z QUINN'S OINTMENT. I Itlsthobostproparntlonlhavoevernscdorhcnrd I hcurtlfy recommend It to all Horsemen." Wchave hundreds of such testimonials. ACV mnfiwniMMH x rrlcc.Sl.50 per bottle. Ask yourdruirclstforlt. Iflio vmmt3ii l docs not keep It, send us Uc.stumpsor silver, for trial box. "IV. B. EDDY & CO.. AVliirohnll. N Y. iTnAnitiiAnK. of. X JSSZ&iLeis&m. WARD CLAASSEN, -- soario-A-ij- Plumber, GasssSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, PIPE AND FITTINGS. ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Opposite State House, GUARANTEED. - FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. KUUII & iBRYAHT HfA UrPnillfl IIIIIC"hKInIhI'IIIIm RlLbR MM STRATTON lIllJI BUSINESS Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. 5r Catalogue free. Write to COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY, J. L. RODMAN & SON. B-AJR.OJLIII- BIO Best Indigo Blue Calicoes Best Colored Calicoes Best Dress Ginghams Best Apron Ginghams Black Cotton Stocking Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton ' 74c 6jc. 5c. 5c. 5c. 8c. Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. J. .L April RODMAN & SON. Plants, Bulbs. Seeds. Metal Designs, vo T? FI7VPTfPVl 261 WEST AirJLU'i1vajravjim JEFFERSON T?TFtotffsfcif.TVTr STREET, NO lettors for the week ending 1802: Mny 21st, LOUISVILLE, ZKZIEnsr'X'TTOIKI'Sr.. Austin, James Buney, J. P. Haydon, J. T. Johnson, Miss Isabella Johnson, James Hicks, Milurd Startling Facts. u. Kf SE hf Farmer, Secretary. To our Subscribers. The SPEOIAIi ANNOUNCEMENT which of March tho Cincinnati Times-Star- , 25th, shows that Mr. Gharlos E. Taylor, jr., formerly of this city, has taken a partner for life: Rev. G. W. Ferryman, of tho First Baptist Church, mado two couples happy yesterday. Tho first couple to undergo tho transition from singlo blessedness to wedded bliss, was Mr. ChaB. E. Taylor and MIsb Josephine Bruns, of Cincinnati, and tho next was Mr. George Lowo and Miss Emma AndorBon, of Dayton, Ky. Tho news was slow in reaching this appeared in our columns some time since, announcing a special arrange ment with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., of Enosburgh Falls, Vt., publishers of "A Treatise on the Horse ana nis Diseases," whereby our subscribers were enabled to obtain a copy of that valuable work free by sending their address to B. J. Kendall Co. (and stamp for mailenclosing a two-ceing same) is renewed for a limited period. Wo trust all will avail themselves of the opportunity of obtaining this valuable work. To every lover of tho Horse it is indispensable, as it treats in a simple manner all tho diseases which aillict this noble ani- per. mal. Its phenomenal Bale throughy House for Rent A out the United States nnd Canada frame residence of eight make it standard authority. Mention of being made a double this paper when sending for ( Treatise." tenement located in a good neighi m borhood in South Frankfort, is offered for rent. Will rent either Married in March. half or all of tho house. For terms apply at this office. Tho following notice, taken from nt The American people are rapidly becoming a race of nervous wrecks, and tho following suggests the best remedy: Alphonao flempfling,, of W. Butler, Pa., swears that when his son Jones, W. M. was speechless from St. Vitus dance Kolsey, Isaac Dr. Miles' great Restorative Nervine Lancaster, Mrs. W. cured him. Mrs. J. R. Miller, of H. J. D. Taylor, of Mrs. Valparaiso, and each gained 20 pounds Lambert, Ind., Lizzie from taking It. Mrs. H. A. Gardner, Nicol, Bon. was cured of 40 or CO Price, Miss Ophe- - of Vistula, Ind., convulsions a day, ana much head Ha nie ftcho, dizziness, bao.kn.cho and nerEdwards, Miss Robinson, Ander- - vous prostration by one bottle. Trial son Lizzio bottles, and fine book of marvelous Forrester, Rev. Ramey, Miss Nora cures free at J. W. Gayle's, who Royal. S. T. J. T. recommends and guarantees this Sargent, Henry Finnie, Lizzie 3 remedy. Shepherd, Sidney Garvin, J. H. Thomas, Naton Glass, J. A. Gilbert, Mrs. Woodson, George On account the Latonia Spring Williams, Miss Meeting, tho L. & N. R. R. will sell Thomas Susio Herndon, Mrs. round trip tickets to Cincinnati, Ohio, Messrs. Crosby & on May 20th to June 21th inclusive, Amanda Collins good to return five days from date of When calling for these lettors sny ad- sale, provided that in no case return portion of ticket bo good after Juno vertised. 25th. These tickets will bo good J. M. Saitkll, going via Lexington nnd returning L'ostmnstor. via LaGrange, or going via LaGrange and returning via Lexington, or good Look out for counterfeits! See that going and returning tho same way. you get tho genuine Dr. Bull's Cough Rate for the round trip 3.63. Do not lot the dealers sell Syrup! jW. W. ALEXANDER, you somo "just as good," but insist Agent. upon getting tho genuine with the trado-mar- k Bull'B-Hea- d on tho wrapCrawford, Misb Dora Cox, Miss Bell Clark, Charles Cox, David Garr, Mrs. Cassie Oloke, Mrs. Mai- lie Colins, William Dobson, Ellen Davis, J. P. (2) Doke, Miss Min- rt, d TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050.R1NG2. Rose Buds a Specialty, floral designs. Con. CURES ALL To Whom it May MRS. LIZZIE COHORN HAVING THIS DAT dlvoiced from me by u decree of tho Franklin Court of Common Pleas. I am no more responsible for debts contracted by her. Muy 5, 1602. DISUSES! Consumption "I believe Cured. It to be one of the best medicines wife had consumption, both lungs tifTectt-il- . I nine umi iu acuu HIT uuiu (or several springs 10 keep Inr alive, but since she lias been taking Raduni'd Microbe Kilter she hits been rltrtit at home attending to her business, mid Is In better health tuun sho has been In 'JO vears. "It. T. POOLE. Cedartown. Gn." GEO. W. COHORN. 37-3- t. . Does & son. The beiiutiful designs of our new spring stock of children's Several Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully testlfv to the curative powers of your medicine. Having been asutrerer from we ik lungs, bronchial infection and Indigestion, nfer taking Microbe Killer nil of the above sjnitoms have entirely disappeared. " ours. etc.. CARRIAGES Are bound to please you, and the PRICES were never so LOW. "Janitor "I THOS. L. DAVIS,' Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, La." Astliinu anil Catarrh Cured. have been 11 Mitlerer from asthma nnd catarrh, for more th.m two past, getting mo.st of my sleep hitting m In bed orreclli lug In a chair. I ha e used one Jug of H'idam's Microbe Killer, and f r the lust three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a child. 1 attribute my relief to the remedy, and heartily recommend It to any one buttering from s Great Triumph. FURNITURE. Many new and pretty things, in all the woods most fashion- ble are daily being placed on our floors. two-stor- rooms-suscep- tible 37-t- f. permanent euro by the most speedy and greatest remedy in the world-Ot- to's cure for throat and lung diseases. Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible hacking cough when Chapman & Williams will furnish you a free samplo bottle of this great guaranteed remedy? Its success is simply wonderful, as your druggists tles 50c. will toll you. Otto's cure is now sold in every town and village on this continent. Sample free. Largo bot29 Instant relief experienced and a asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. ' Respectfully. "Cashier In Bank ot Adulrvllle, (ia." "EDWIN R. MOORE, Fever and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after tikliuc Microbe Killer for tllteendavs I tint entirely cured, after being sick two jears with malarial fiver, and during which time I contracted other diseases, llux. etc. I was ateuded during this time by three of tliebest doctors of the city without being bene-lltte"WM. DOHEHTV, "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." 33- - IE3ogN3rs 5c Opp. Court-hous- e. Son. May2-l- y. When Baby was stck, wo garo her Castorla, When she was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. When Bho became Miss, sho clung to Ciu.torla When she had Children, sho gavo them Castorla. fOR SALE. FAVORABLE PLACE ON ON which we reside, TERMS. THE School, with near the City two adjoining lots, each llfty feet fronton Ewlng Cheap Rates to Chicago. Tho Kentucky Midland is selling tickets from Frankfort to Chicago, Mr. Kiulam's Microbe. Killer Cures all Diseases by Hemoting the Cause. circular and the Send 2 cents stamp for Microbe War, shows what disease Is and what the remedy must be, and do, to cure It. Read It, circulate It and jou will the discoverer for saving your life, address RADAM'S MICROHE KILLKR. Nashville. Tenn. J. W. GAYLE or LhCOMPTE OAYLE CO. sole agents for Franklin com ty, Buggies, carriages and hamess re- - via Cincinnati, at 7.50. C. D. Bercaw, aired by, tho Kentucky and Harness 8 ompany, G. F. & P. A. 15-t- f. Jan, lG-l- street, running back abouttwohundred feet. The tract will be sold as one or seperately, as desired. For price and teuns apply to usorw H.Averlll. MAHY AND MAG. PAGE. JtiifaiAtMA fafifrlftiVf-V- v ilU. ' JJi M.AlU'y .'ikfiti . .'. v.i. -- iijtiii. TOEC1ST Eeady for Spring Trade in the most complete T. BUCKL IS- I wamncmeMm MM trx Mi Eeady for Spring Trade with a large line of China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns closing out. goods. One stoves k Ranges. Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double JHMB 41 -- I am No trouble to show 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. Kl HI JNO. T.BUCKLEY. Religious, We would JOHN T. BUCKLEY. His Superior Ability iu Treathg Ob- sen re Chronic Diseases is something marvelous, lias cured where treaton the new Commencing May 7th. others have given up to fat) is change of time, the Cincinnati die. which will make a change in the be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish made.! First Presbyterian Church The at 11 a. usual services m. and 8:00 p. m., conducted by Rov. F.J. Cheek, of Paris. There wore forty additions to the office, for his catalogue. Christian Church during the recent Several this protracted meeting, instead of thirty-eig- city have young business men ofto be announced themselves as we stated in our last. on the market for wheels, and the local agents have been quite busy Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. this week explaining the merits of makes. Hurry up, boys, Penick, the rector, will occupy the variousyour before hot and make the pulpit at Ascension Church to- weather sets in. selection morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at "We have heard several young 8:00 p. m. ladies remark, after reading our last article on the subject, that they Southern Presbyterian Church ''would just love to ride, but they Rev. W. G. Neville has returned from don't want to bo the first to try it;" afraid his trip to South Carolina and will or "they areetc. Ofthey wouldlookso course the mind awkward," occupy his pulpit at 11 a. feminine dreads the thought of possible criticism, but there are not half in. an J 8:00 p. m., as usual. so many who will deride as our fair readers imagine. That species of Oatuuuu Church The usual which would hold that it services at.the Church of the Good is highly improper for young ladies Shepherd will be con- to do things which their didn't do is not very preducted by Rev. Father "W. E. Gorey, valent here, and we are willing to pastor. the wager that, if a half dozen of our First mass at S a. m., second mass girls will make a united attempt to at 10:30 a. m., andvespers at 3 p. m. learn the mysteries of cycling, tho worJs of praise which greet them Ohkjshain Church Rev. George will far out number those of censure. Come, girls, time passes; enjoy life, Darsie, the pastor, will occupy his and gain health, while you may. In at 11 a. m. and 8:00 a jother decade you will be wonderpulpit ing why you hesitated so long. p. m. as usual. Society of Christian Young People's While in town Thursday, Prince Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- Wells distributed quite a number of Annual at entry blanks to his First place in er meeting in the Lecture-room- , Road Race, which takes 7:30 p. m. Louisville on June 24th. As it is a no reason why Baptist Church Rev. V. C. Tay- handicap, there is who enter should those of our racers lor will occupy his pulpit not have as good prospect of success so. hope at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m., as usual. as any, and wo is 10 the will do tho miles and The distance The morning services will be con- prizes well worth competing for. ducted with reference to the children. a popular J. Two of the chorals will be led by a typo Desmond Connor, olllce, has of tho Roundabout ohoir of little girls. All the parents fallen in lino and will hereafter be of the congregation are requested to mounted on a cushioned diamond Rambler. come and bring their children. ht old-fogyis- m great-grandmothers of his nearest competitor. This is the American amateur record in a race and is all the more creditable to Capt. Jefferis from the fact that the first part was run in a heavy shower. The L. O. O. has reason to feel proud of its champion. Mr. Prince "Wells, of Louisville, was in town Thursday, and called on the Koundabout while talking business to Messrs. Orutcher & Roberts, his local agents. Prince is a hustler, and the line of wheels which ho carries is one of the finest in the south. Call on Orutcher & Roberts, at this How to get Thin. Q. & C. Changes. The only safe and reliable ment for obesity, (superflous the "Leveretto" Obesity Pills, gradually reduced the weight and measurement. No injury or inconvenienceleaves 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 PerkinB, 29 Union Park, Boston, writes: From the use of the "Loverette" Obesity Pills my weight has been reduced ten pounds in three weeks and my general health is very much improved. The principles of your treatment are fully indorsed by my family physician. In proof of my gratitude I herewith give you permission to use my name if you desire to do so. Price 2.00 per package, or three packages for 5.00 by registered mail. All orders supplied direct from our The Leverette Specific Co., Washington street, Boston, Mass. 35-l- Southern time and equipment of the trains which have heretofore been running as accommodation trains between Cincinnati, Lexington and Junction City. office. 33 On May 7th and thereafter the train north bound will leave Junction City half an hour later than at present, and will leave Lexington at 7:30 a. m., instead 01 v:uu a. m. as now arriving at Cincinnati at 10:15 a. m., the same as at present. The shortening up in time is accomplished by cutting out all stops north of South bound the train will leave Cincinnati a 4:00 p. m. arriving in Lexington about 7:00 p. m and Junction City about 8:45 p. m. These trains will be composed entirety of new cars, tho coaches, baggage, mail and parlor cars being This will afford magnificent train service between Lexington and Cincinnati. Trains will be known The as the Blue Grass special. usual nnmber of other trains will bo run also, maintaining their regular service of four trains daily each way between Lexington and Cincinnati. ves-tibuled. n. Wliere to jjo This Summer. hand buggies and phaetons for sale. If you contemplate taking a trip Call and see them if you want a bar- Lyman P. Walter, 11.1)., this summer remember that the gain. Mastin Bros. The world renownec" specialist, will be atFrant most delightful place in America is fori, . Va Old Point Comfort, On Tuesday, July 26th, the ChesaCapitol Hotel, May 27, 189?, threshpeake and Ohio Railway will run its For Sale. A second-han- d Returning every four weeks during the year. annual excursion from Lexington and er and engine, in good order, are Dr. Walter has had years of experience In the the country, Is a graduate of tho blue grass region. A trip to Old offered for sale at a bargain. Apply largest hospitals) InColleges and has for a number several of the best Point will cost you less than to any to W. T Featherston, Forks of joarsmadeu specialty of all chronic and surof other place on accouut of the exgical dlse.isa . lie undertakes no Incurable tremely low rates made by the but has cured hundreds glvn up to die. He treats successfully and does not tuke the case Hygeia Hotel and tho railway comunle.s-.icure can be guaranteed. pany to parties taking advantage of If you want sulphur water, fresh your Acnto and Chronic Catarrh, ringing from the Murray well, loft at this excursion. the Full particulars will be advertised residence every morning, leave in tho ears, Deafness, Diseases of Kidorders at W. H. Avorill's drug store, Kyc, Ear. Nose, Throat, Lungs, Ohas. L. Brown, shortly. G. P. A. tho u. a. ixnress oinco or ia. iv. ney, Urinary and Bladder Troubles, 30-t- f. Elk-horn. We have some first class second 35-4- t. es i Williams' grocery. 23-t- f. Itriglit'M Disease, If vou have a buggy, carriage or Will set of harness which needs repairing Use it in every keep the atmosphere pure and take it to tho Kentucky Buggy and Company on east Broadway. wholesomejremoving all bad odors Harness promptly executed. All work from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and all Children Cry for Pitcher's Castcm sick-roo15-t- f. Darby's Prophylactic Dj spppslii, Constipation Itheuniiitism Paralysis. A. II. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostrate Gland tiouble; wio given up to die by all tienernl practitioners I consulted, and I myself gave up nil hope, made my will and so arranged my business, was obliged to use I'ath.tther every half hour. And now entirely well, cured by Dr. Walter. 0. 11. Thomas Frankfort, Ky i atirrh of ten rears btaudlng; urn now completely cured by Dr. AValter. Sunday-schoo- l at 9:30 a. m. G. Bearings. Henderson will preach morning at 11 o'clock and at o'clock p. m., as usual. w Methodist Church Rov. H. New Music. "Whisperings of True Love," Valso Lento (slow' waltz) by Ignaz Fischer, price 60c. This now waltz deserves to become an enduring favorite with all young pianists. It is a very melodious, bright and .sparkling composition that will captivate all who hear n it. Tho author is aleo the publisher of Toledo, Ohio, who has our thanks herewith for a copy. well-know- contagious diseases. The eminent phyoician, J. Marion Sims, of New York, says: am convinced that Prof. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is a most vnlu '! RoVt. B. n-iy. Franklin Frankfort, Ky. EPILEPSY OR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, Scrotula, Strkture. (Jleet, etc., cured by Improved and never falling remedies. DISEASES OF WOMtN, such as I.eucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains in back, lelleved In short time. YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED MEN suffering from Spermatonhei, Inipotency, Eruptions, the should call before It result of errors or oxce-bes- , Is too late, and guarantee a cure Superfluous hair and all eruptions on the face permanently removed. Remember tlm date and comearly, as his rooms aro always crowded wherever hu stops. Examination and consultation free, private or cunlldentlal. Address m M 8:00 able disinfectant ' ' 21 convenes at 9:30 a.m. l League will meet in The Epworth the class room at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Mr. Henderson extends a cordial invitation to the members of the General Assembly to attend these services. Sunday-schoo- Attention, Gas Consumers. Having perfected arrangements for supplying its natrons and customers, tho Capital Gas and Electric Light BICYCLES LYMAN P. WALTER, M. D., Louisville, Ky. Dr. Walter can refer you to hundreds of cases In jour ownStatound overy btato In tho Union, whle i ho has cured, among tuein tho following: Mrs. Kev. J. L. mokos. Darwin, ind., buppress-ednu- d r, piluful meustrntlons. Mrs. Henry Camden, Intl., Female Trouble. Mrs. It. W. )nd Catarrh. Mrs. Gus Crockett, Delphi. Mrs. Martini Owuseo, lnd Lung Tiouble. Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast reMiss Hettle moved upbuilt knife or caustic. Block, MIchlgantown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. Mrs. Rosa McCarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Cookson, Franklin, Ind., Cross Kjo straightened. Mrs. Sarah Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and M. Clark, Asthma of long standing. Mrs Mooresvllle. Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustlo, Miss Surah Dougherty, Rocklleld, Ind., Epllepsey. Mrs. Luncuster, Vlvalla Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Martinsville. Ind., Catarrh, Doctors said would dlo with conas ever. Win. A. Gurd, sumption. Is as well lhullngton, Ind., Kidney troublo for four years. me two jears ago have not Dr. waiter cured been tioubled since. Elijah Toler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not bee after business as ever. James Wjatt, Delphi, am as well Ind,, Could not bear and had i constant dlschnro my ears. Dr. Walter cured me entirely. from Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh, J. 0. Canine, Waverland. Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller, Greeiicastle, Cancer of Eyo. Mrs. Mury Jones, Edluburg, lirlghts Disease. Dr. Walter gives these names by permission and they request that ull sulferers should write them In regard to their case. Dr. Walter also has many testimonials from patients having been cured of private diseases but does not publish them even by permission but will furnish them upon application. Address Grl-deGin-rich. y y The Old Original Remedy Leads. Sick people should not bo deceived by pretenders who talk about "gorms," "baccilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, and for years lias been, making more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be deceived. "Mi-crobi- ," Cycling. attachments will bo in demand amongst tho boys If wo have much more weather like that of tho past week. No runs have been made to amount to anything. Tho great 100 mile race for tho championship of the South was run at Memphis last Saturday and was won by Oapt. Thos. E. Jofferis, of the Louisville Cycle Club, in 6 hours and 49 minutes, he being 4 minutes ahead "Water-cycle Company will from May 1st, 1892, furnish gas for fuel purposes, heating and cooking at the rate net 1.00 per A Large Business. thousand cubic feet, upon application to the undersigned or at tho Tho largest one day's business in olllce of tho Company, 102 St. Clair the history of tho Farmers' Branch street. Outs and circulars of tho latest and Bank of Kentucky at this place was on yesterday, tho day following court most modern gas appliances both for day. Tho total business amounted to cooking and heating, gas, water 108,071.12. Tho individual and gen- heaters &c, will bo furnished at tho office and estimates as to probable eral deposits on this day were and tho individual and general cost cheerfully given. Wo believe at tho above mentioned chocks wore 809,219.43. Georgetown of price gas for cooking purposes to Times May 18. be fully as cheap as coal, and as tho work done by it is infinitely superior In tlie Niclc of Time. it should bo largely used. All stoves and appliances will bo The nick of time to stop tho course of bladder kidney complaints when the organs furnished tho consumer at not cost aid concerned exhibit n tendency to grow inactive. and tho necessary fitting up done at Tho healthful Impulse toward nctlvlty that they tho most reasonable rates Light receive from Hostetter's Stomach Bitters rescues Capital Gas and Electric 98,-821.- 69 1 fe them from Impending danger, and averts such dangerous maladies as Brlght's disease and diabetes. Sluggishness of the kidneys Increases a liability to chronic rheumatism, gout and dropsy, and since the blood Is filtered by theso organs In its passage through them, the operation of tho bitters wne.s u doubly happy purpose. The medicine nets without exciting, like the fiery stimulants of commerce. Malarial, constipated and nervous Invalids aro thoroughly relieved by It. Since the advent or that shocking malady, la grippe, It has been widely demonstrating Us usefulness us u curative and preventive of It. djs-pepti- c, Co. t 35-4- E. 0. Hathaway, Supt. nhnut two of Frankfort, on L. &N. Railroad, ad joining W. L. Collins. Will sell the wnoio or in iocs a&a uargaiu. ror particulars call on Mlllvillo, Ky. lnnd For Sale Fiftoon acres of bottom milflfl Wfiflfc any number of wheels on tho market but there Is only one make that embodies all that That the wojds "luxurious cycling" Imply. make Is the celebrated RAMHLER, nlth Its great great spring pneumatic or cushion tires. Its frame, Its long steering head, Its great chain, and last, but not least, Us steady steering1 mid easy running nualltles. Don't be Induce to buy 11 wheel until you have seen tho Humbler. It Is worth going out of your way to see. You will never regret having examined one. Aro THRRE & ltonndaboulionice,217vi AGENTS St. ICIalr street, 'Ml a CRUTCIIEll ROBERTS nun Lyman P. Walter, M.D. Louisville, Ky. PRINOB WELLS, of Louisville. Mr W i1 V- - l I 7 fM 1 1?JL i"i 1 d rS JlLi xl loJEWELER. JeeC X Watches & Diamon s araiiE: IE3 Ii -- iSuaTE --A-T EE We carry in stock a JEWELRY, and MiiW( Brian -- lM line of Chronograph, Split Seconds n i c k 1 e Horse timers. J&ri?&-- rRv?V$ If in need of any thing in this line caU and see us. Dr. Hale's Ilouscliold Oint- vbA6 "i"" vl ;r Jl 4JM ment Florence Helen French, Georgia Payne, Sarah Walcutt Grant and Virginia Rosina Nelson. A Close Call. Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sore3 of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpeny ter's South Side drug store. 5-l- The approaching mairiage of Miss Julia White, one of the most charming of Woodford county's girls, and Dr. McCain, of Livingston, Alabama, will be the society eventof tho season in Versailles. The bride formerly resided in Alabama, but has made her home with her uncle. Mr. Hubbard White, near Versailles, for several years. Tho number of invitations will be very large, there being 250 cards to the house. William. Odds and Ends. As A pew of the feminine readers of this column have taken exception to my remarks concerning the depth of their conversation, etc., I hasten to explain that the article was not written in a disparaging sense at all. In fact the inquiry was rather directed to the ladies themselves for an answer than otherwise, as it would bo interesting to know their sentiments on the subject. J. W. Gayle the druggist desires us to publish the following testimony as he handles the remedy and believes it to be reliable. I bought a 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and applied it to my limbs, which have been afflicted with rheumatism at intervals for one year. At the time I bought the Pain Balm I was unable to walk. I can truthfully say that Pain Balm has completely cured me. R. H. Farr, Holywood, Kan. Mr. A. B. Cox, the leading druggist at Holywood, vouches for the truth of the above statement. 35-4- t. As Miss Sue Poynter, of Ducker Station, was leaving Midlay for her homo Monday afternoon, the horse attached to a "buggy, which she was -driving frightened at an approaching E WXXJI-x freight train on Railroad street, and it was only by tho extraordinary efforts uf a gentleman bystander and Just received 20 cases of Clothing, Dry Gcods, Ladies' and Gent's the engineer of the train, who left Furnishing Goods. Hats and Caps. his cab and ran ahead of his engine, that she was saved from what might have been a frightful accident. Miss Poynter did not appear to be the least frightened, and when her horse was led away beyond danger, she And best ever brought to Frankfort, and prices cut down that every calmly drove her way homeward. Midiuay Clipper. body can and will buy; these are facts, come and be convinced. We can fit the small man, the The Orchestra of Life. large man, the fat man and Which would you rather bo in tho orchestra of human life, a flute or a The lean man. Bring your boys, your mothers, your wives and your trombone? To bo sure tho latter ii daughters heard tho farthest, but the quality o T-ZKZIZ-iEl-3- New Goods and Low Prices THE D- LARGEST LINE) i 'ft H One op my charming friends seemed quite 'indignant at me for having asked such a question and proceeded to inform me, with a saroaBm which was quite withering, that she was obliged to suit her conversation to her company, and consequently never had occasion to talk otherwise than upon light topics. She was not quite so confident of her ground, however, when asked if she ventured deeper than her auditors could follow her, but finally said that she would send me a letter for publication in my column which would answer me fully. Much to my sorrow, she has failed to keep her promise, and my readers are deprived of quite a treat. TnERE were quite a number of disappointed people when the elements turned themselves loose Wednesday night; and the Louisville Mandolin and Guitar Club are to be congratulated upon the Bize of the audience whioh they drew in the In view of face of suoh weather. the success of the club's entertainment we are moved to ask what has become of the Frankfort Glee Club, and if there is any reason why that organization could not, by steady be able to do as well as the We believe ouiavilie gentlemen. there are quite a number of talented lilUOIUlUilD 111 LUC UlUJl miviivu, especially with the added zest of club competition, will do wonders Base Ball Club. The Frankfort Base Club has been organized for the season of 1892, with the following officers: Dr. W. E. Baxter, President; Dr. W. H. Dade, Vice President; John H. Stuart, Secretary and Treasurer; Ed. L. Stanton, Manager. The following players have been engaged: Roxy Davis, catcher and captain; Pen Merchant, pitcher; Henry Lindsey, first base; D. W. Lindsey, jr., second base; Alex. Goins, third base; Sher-le- y Wintersmith, short stop; Thos. G. Newman, Geo. Hunt, Thos. Stagg and iv. A. VanDerveer fielders. The grounds at Lake Park have been rented and inclosed and a grand stand will be erected next week. The first match game will be played on Monday, the 30th. Some of the Grand Army boys may be interested in tho following from Alex. B. Pope, A. D. 0., Commander Dep't. Tenn. and Ga. He says: "We have had an epidemic of whooping cough here (Stewart, Tenn.,) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been the only medicine that has done any good." There is no danger from whooping cough, when this remedy is freely given. It completely con25 and 50 cent trols the disease. bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Why not try it? Roxy Davis, he of base ball fame, has at last arrived, and his jolly sayings and fine plays will soon be amusing largo audiences in the baseball park. The club organization was completed Wednesday, and with two such clever gentlemen and lovers of the sport at the head as Drs. Baxter and Dade, and with such hustlers as Jack Stuart and Ed. Stanton to whoop things up, I see no reason why the club should not be able to at leaBt make expenses during the coming season. The first game will bo played on Decoration Day, and in the meantime the boys are all practicing hard, so they will doubtless be in good trim. Druggist. 35-4- t. Deatli of Clnirborn Allen. Olaiborn Allen, a highly respected colored man, who resided upon tho farm of Mr. James Gaines, died suddenly on Wednesday of last week. He was 49 years of age, was born and reared in the neighborhood in which ho died, and was popular aliko with both white and colored. the flute tone reaches down deeppi into the soul and awakens there dreams without which a man's life is like bread without leaven, or a laid fire without tinder. I don't like noisy people, do you? People who talk and bluster and swagger. People who remind us I. . of bladders filled to the point of explosion with wind. Wo liky sensitive OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the people, quiet voiced, deep hearted, earnest people, with the quality of tho flute rather than of tho fog horn in their makeup. And yet how much IN LEXINGTON, KY.. greater demand there is for blustei than there is for forco Saturday, May 7th, 1892. Saturday, May 28th, 1892. Sometimes I am inclined to think that life is a farce played with an Saturday, June 18th, 1892. earthly setting for the delectation of HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical the angels, as we servo minstrel shows operation an d with little or no pain. and burlesques. It isn't the shy and REEERENCES . I the timid who get the applause; the W. McKee Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. bcott. Frankfort, Ky. clown in tinsel and the end man in J. A.E. M. Gober, Fmnkfort. Ky. Dr. T. Stuten, Fmnkfort, Ky. cork divide ensy honors. And yet, J. IJerberlch, Frankfort, M. V. thank God for flutes I Thank God thf Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson. Ky. Frankfort. K. orchestra isn't entirely composed of A. II. McClure, Frankfort, X). V. J. Hughes. trombones and bass drums. Chicago David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Wlturow.Fr.mkfoit, Ky. Harold. DR. KELLEY'S at 259 Buffalo is blessed with a "lady under- West Eighth street,ofllce tind rtsldence is he may Cincinnati, and where taker." who takes charge of every detail be found everj day of each week except SATURPamphlets describing these diseases of a funeral, embalming the body, drap- DAYS, mode to the ing the funeral npartmeuts, furnishing andaudresslng of treatmentI. sent free M.anyoiie KELLEY, W. by D., the shroud and casket, chairs and car259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. riages, arranging the flowers and pur CONSULTATION FREE. chasing the mourning outfit for the family. In the latter capacity entire sho has great advantage over the man undertaker, who has vague and unsatisfactory ideas on niching and borders, doesn't know the fine dintinctionn in mourning etiquette betweon the suitable garb for mauls and matrons, and is no use whatever in deciding which Rtyle in mourning bonnets is most becoming Many, people prefer to have this little woman attend women and children especially, and she ts doing a thriving business, which she intends to supplement in tho Bpring by a mourning milli nery establishment, from which to supply promptly the requisite costume at short notice. St. Paul has a woman successfully in this solemn TO ED. HARRIS' OLD STAND. W. KELLEY, IgCTOlHHIll .annnnnnnflinmbfc. jEAiimiiiii .HHall WWaWP Y0W.A 1 Hata ra jr.lf If you nladam ;h wriltan b.T.n't, and FHOEXTIS: HOTEL, ilt.ntlon. 1 briefly BJ.rtaka flrlr of alth.riat, wha can r.id and lnt.lllt.nt iurf.it writ. ta.dajr. I Tomii. jtu my pael.f, p.non.l nibitloa ... 1 triou.lr, how to i.mThr.. Thoo.. will work Indui writ., and nhb. ftr laitrnctloa, . O rt.rln lh.lt own locallrf... Mbin. T.r nay iito. ( will alia furoaf Ih. tltuitloa and rec.lf a noth- .nil ft.ll. or which 70a can tarn that amount. I chirr, nothinr ing as aboro. nottnnr aimcuit to l.arn, or that r.qulr.a much Urn., I de.tr. but ona p.r.oii from each dl.irict or unl.ia 1 hava already taught and provld.d with a largo numkir who ar lng OT.r Thrta rhou.and Dollar, a Year, .ch. All I. n. vr, aolld,.urt. Full particular, fi ee. Afltr rou know .ll.lf you r'"- -' b uw lunMiT, nnr, no nirm n uoue. Auurrii, count. C. ALLi;., Dec. llux 4i:o, AuiiiuUi. Aiulno. 7 . Wkimalus SPAVIN .BUB CUREfM. B JrJTyBsfc. JgaaaiaKPiK53g"5 Tho Moat Successful ltemcdy ererdlKsor ered, ad It Is certain In Its effects and docs not blliter. Read proof below : d dusi-nos- s Separate Conches. The bill requiring railroads to provide separate coaches for colored passengers was passed by the House of Representatives on yesterday, by a vote of 61 to 25. It now only requires tho signature of the Governor to become a law. For the first time in many years the graduates of the Publio School are to have a publio commencement at tho Opera House, and the young ladies composing tho graduating class are on the qui vivo with excitement. There will bo throe entertainments givon by the pupils, as follows: The kindergarten on Wednesday morning Juno 15th, tho intermediate grades Wednesday evening (both of theso in tho sohool chapol) and the high school at tho Opera House on Thursday evening (Juno lOthj. Tho graduating class is composed of tho Bonnio very few exceptions, much greater than In use for 25 years by einlnont physician, in any previous year. and urieim lu tbe United Htatflx, and by tliem tho best TONIO exmnt Tho output of gold is increasing, but Uuuies where ull others fall. in the absonco of full returns we place convinced. Ask your Drugget Tryltaud b for It. it in IBM at approximately 1.020.00U ounces, or 13.2."0,000. an increaso ol PItlOE, $1.00 PER BOTTLE. 312,001) ounces. The output of silver has Increased J. ED RAY & CO., Manfs. and Proprs., much more r.ipidly. and wo estimate in IVI-IBICY. Repairing of all kinds neatly and tho absence of full returns, that it executed by tho Kentucky Eromptly amonnted in 1891 to 58,000,000 ounce., W. E, AVERILL, Sole Agent, Ilarnoss Company, tho coining value of which would do $74,85.0,000. Engineering and Mining following young ladies: Misses Ada Frankfort. Ky. Journal. Bollo Kupo, Annio Bollo Magill, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nau?ea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Tile Mining Industries. Headache, Nervous ProsThe mineral industry of the United tration, Neuralgia, PalIn 1SII0 the value 8tates grows apai-o- . pitation of tbe Heart, of its chief items at the place of producLoss of Energy, tion exceeded $or0.()lK).UOO, and though Weakness of Back, Feelings oi the cash value of these products in 13UI Languor and Lassitude, Genwas probably loss thun in 1N!0. owing to eral Debility, La Grippe, the lower market prieesof most of them Etc., Etc. yet the quantities produced were with Chicago has also one who nas retired very wealthy, and KocheRter boast a woman who acts as assistant under taker. New Vork Sun. TOIC CUKES Kendall's Spavin Cure. BiiEnwoop, Mil., May 2, "00. Dr. H. J. Kendall Co.: Gents About three years neo I wroto to yo about a liorso I owned who hail a Spavin. I used Ixbottleitot your Konclnll'u bpavlu Cure, and It mads a complete Cure. 1 liave recommended It to others wboliuvo used It wltn llkn auccoas. Mrs. Annus E. Kiummox. LOSS OF APPETITE, Kendall's Spavin Cure. ijNDitw, Warren Co., Vo., June 22, 1839. Dn.D. J. Kendall Co.: Dear Sirs I must say that Ioneo tried a bottlo of your Kendall's Bpnt In Cure on n colt, and It entirely rumoed nbono Hpuvln and I did noX list) all the bottlo In removing It. The horso Is six or seven ears old, very sound, and baa done hard work all of tho time. E. Kinostoh Salisbury. Uespectf ully yours, three-year-ol- d Kendall's Spavin Cure. Colombia, Ala., July 21, 1889. Dr. B. J. Kendall Co. i Gents I have effectually removed one caso of bono npiivtii vrltti your Kendall's Spavin Cure. I cheerfully recommend It to ull. ltcspectfully, It. C. Kniqiit. , 15-t- f, Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. All drug, gist have It or cun got It for you, or It will bo scut to any address on receipt of price by tho proprlo tots. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Eno8burg!i Falls, Vermont Luckott Hockensmith, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. JunelS-ly- . Aug .My, 'iriii, h 8 "OKSSSaK lSEsassaatMBasKsmxEximi rvmrim:immsmm iMHTLnrxi i e 'jTT7arnTTE3ra j IPT? TNP -- MFH' km RflYx -- STTTTS MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES. SEE OTJR WINDOW FINE AND CHEAP THE POWE JiOF Ladies' and Misses' FINE AND CHEAP Coupled with Sterling Values, was never more fully demonstrated than in our LOWP RICES SHOES &SLIPPERS, SEE OUR WINDOW! sold more goods, and with greater satisfaction, than at any corDuring the present season we responding 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 FRANKFOBT. MEETS DEPARTMENT. ' MEN'S AND BOY Have CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. BOY'3 A27D CHIIiDBiEXT'S. In fine Sheviots, Knee Pants, S3. 50, 5.00, 6.60, 9.00 In fine Clays and Corkscrew, Knee Pants, S5.00, 7 00, 10.00. In fine Sheviot, Long Pants, $6.00, 8.00, 10.00, 12.00. In fine Sheviots, at S8.oo, io.oo, 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. !:- - 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 HITCH mm A large assort- u i tsSXl?33ZZ3! &&jzzzzs'it2zs!iiimm,m,m ma mini m.mh . wat n ii iiui EY-AT-LArV ment of Harvest Hats. ' 4 BKrf fcK-- . actuated by impure Strength and Health. Lindsay itwas quite as infamous as is motives, If you are not feeling strong and the source from which it eminated. Senator Lindsay will live in the healthy, try Electric Bitters. If memory of Kentuckians, as a patriot "LaGrippe" has left you weak and and statesman, long after the little weary, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on Liver, sheet that now barks at his heels is Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding buried and forgotten. Bull Dofus. those organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with Sick Any one in possession of 25 cents Headache, you will And speedy and nernament relief by taking Electric can go to the nearest drug store and Bitters. One trial will convince you Erocure a bottle of Salvation Oil and at once of rheumatism, neu.hat this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50c. at Phil. ralgia, or any pain or ache. Carpenter's Drug Store. ti WM. CROMWEL? CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY; ATTORN " Mothers' Friend " is a scientifically prepared Liniment, every ingredient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are conv binedin amannerhithertounknown TABLER'SPIIC - RJSAZ, BSTATB WILL PRACTICE IN AGBK1 r ' M MJ Big Are You Going:? The Queen and Oresent route being equipped with solid vestibuled trains, the Queen and Cresent Special, and the Cincinnati Limited, will have the trains to the Republican ational Convention at Indianapolis. Tickets will be sold June 1st to 5th, good for return until June 26th, at rate of one fare for the round trip. For sleeping car reservations or any special information or accommodations call on or address ticket agents of the Queen & Orescent Route, or D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. Four Route to Chicago. World's Fair "MOTHERS' FRIEND" THE COURTS 0 if Franklin and the adjoining counties. &ur win alio Rive ipclal attention to the purcbMi and tale of real estate, collection of nta, claim uid the legottAtinn of loam. innSuu 4 cures mimm but piles. A SURE Moore's Poultry Remedy. All trains of the popular Big Four Route are vestibuled and equipped with palace sleeping cars, private compartment buffet cars, reclining chair cars and elegant parlor cafe dining cars, start irom uentrai union is made with the Queen & Cresent route and Louisville & Nashville railroad, avoiding the disagreeable station, Cincinnati, where connection WILL DO all fnat is claimed for HAND MORE, it Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers " mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by express on receipt of price $1.60 per bottle BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. 0a. BOLD BY Alili FWUGGI8T& and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR Pwpirod by niCIUKDSON.TAILOKMED. CO., 8T.MUI8. PILES. TS THE OLDEST POUTRY RF.MEDY ON THE market. Postlvely prevents and cures ! CHOLERA AND GAPES. Kentucky Midland dhortost and quickest between CINCINNATI AND More then pays for Its use. In the extra production of FRANHFOET, Hotels. !S CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, Five trains daily between CincinCommunicated. nati and Indianapolis, two trains Newport News & ississippi Valley Co, Louis and daily for Ducker, Ky., May 15, 1892. connction St. all western Peoria, sure PRESCRIPTION DRUG'S- and northfor Editor Roundabout: eastern points. Rates as low as the Washington, Philadelphia, Forest and Stream gives one side lowest. Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS the Big Four Now York, Baltimore, of the sLorv in regard to Senator route are Tickets via coupon offices AND SUNDRIES. on sale at Sea-Sho- re Lindsay and the "Spalding Fish Bill," throughout the country. Bo sure Old Point and the so it is but fair that the public have you get them. AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. Finest SODA WATER in Frankfort, the other side. One, not posted, IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 16. lB'Jl. D. B. Martin, when reading 'Forest and Stream' April F u 8 t Limited Audit. Dally General Passenger Agent, .would suppose that every constituent Mall Express Dally EAST BOUND Cincinnati, 0. Dally, umy Ex Hun. ex Sun of the Senator is a warm advocate of Lexlncton . Lve, 730am 'liOOpm 1140,1111 5 Sl'ptll the bill, while the truth is that nearly uupm C 45pm l'23(il)lll y. transfer across the city necessary via other lines, enter Chicago in full A SMALL NOW DISTILLERY, view of the World's Fair buildings, Jl In operation, for sale cheap. Only $4,UX). street opposite A rare bargain. Apply to M. MITCHELL, and stop at VanBuren, T. Auditorium, Leland and Richelieu Frankfort Ky. Jan.23-tf- . SOUR-MAS- FOR SALE. Gr Gpc Get i& Only direct line between atrial box. POE Sl.XjE3 Frankfort, Georgetown B-5- T and Paris, Fal- Gar' lisle, Haysrilk, Cynthiana, mouth and Covington. ASK i'OR TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND. J RUN BY GENTflAL STANDARD E. TIME TABLE MAY 0 1812. TRAINS E AST. Lv. Frankfort Lv. Summit Lv. ElKliorn . . . A , P M No. 1. fi.00 0.IX! I M P M No. 3. No. 7. ' with at least three fifths of the farmers, are bitterly opposed to its passage. It is also true that at least two thirds of its advocates are men who do not own one foot of land or water. We know auite a number of first clasB men who advocate the bill, but Senator Lindsay perhaps never spoke more truth than when ho it wns p.filoulated to nroduco and drunkards. The majority of idlers the people of Kentucky want laws to dynamiting and poisoning, ut deny the rights of any man or set of men to take from them the privilege of taking fish for food in any way which destroys none but those used for such purpose, and with noble Senator for what he has done and may do to defeat this and other class legislation. We are of opinion that Senator Lindsay neither desires or needs any advice from Forest and Stream, as to his action either at the World's Fair or in the Senate. That paper would doubtless have more of the Senator's rospect if it had less disregard for truth. As for the comtiraptible charge that Mr, UU OI bllf) WUlKUIg U1UBBUO, LUfcJULUUl Fishermen's Rate. Taking effect April 10th, the fishermen's rate to Elkhorn and Switzer will bo one fare for the round trip. All tickets form R. T. X. and limited to date of sale. 0. D. Bercaw, G. Winchester " Mt. Sterling " Ashland. . " Uuttlettsburu " Huntington Washington 8 2Jam 8 54am 7 12pm 12 10am 12.&4i)m 125UP111 " New York V hlladeipma - Aru G3Jnm 10 47am l'20pm 1007pm 840am 10 23pin 59am 1047pm 30am 2 10pm 5 50pm 820pm DAILY DAILY. i uopm 735pm Lv. switzer ti.ll G.18 , 4iJKdHHfek G25um P. A. WEST BOUND. grateful hearts they will thank our Cures all DISEASES by causing the ington. body to absorb OXYGEN. It is a HUVTINUTON : & MORKHEAD accommoda home treatment. No shock, no dan tlons run dully. ger. JNo medicine or doctor neeueu. LEXINGTON & MORKHEAD & LEXINGTON Write to us lor circulars and testimo- MT. STERLING accommodations run dally nials from the best people all over THROUGH SliiCdt'iiNtr uiilo ut mm uom the country. iisliliiRtou and New York without change. Dullols & Webb, G W. Corner Fourth and JoITersou, Louisville, Ky. Room 10, Norton Block, , C. L. Bkown, ! Gen. Pass. Agent, Baunky, W.S. Hauhison, G.A., Ashland. Ky. 45pm 1 Cdpin 715am Winchester . in ioam Lexington . Arr, I20jpm G20pm 2 45pm 805am Louisville, Arr. i 525pm 050pm 740pni1150am LIMITED VE3TIBULKD TRAINS run dally In connexion ritti Oaesapdnico & Ohio F. F. v.", to New York. JalIy and MAINS runs FAST MAIL make local stops between Lexington mid Hunt1 "-D Huntington Lve. 0OO.UH 135pm D457m Cuttlettsburg " 025im i ipm 7 14pm Ashland. . . " G37um 203pm 7 271)111 h.x sun Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 27am 008pm 1 20pm 0.07 6.20 I A Ml l1 m k m p M MO. 2. INO. 4 INO.UINO.12 1'tUlNS WKaT 6.DO H.00 Lv. Paris . . . 4.40 .C G.01 8.12 5.07 Ar. Elizabeth . G.08 RIG Centervllle. 5.15 Ar. G 17 8.24 5.30 Ar. Newtonw . G.87 8,30 5.60 Ar. O S. Depot ,B, 8.41 G.40 G.62 Ar. Georgetown 0.48 8.49 7.05 Ar. .loiinson 8.54 0.51 7.10 Ar. Duvnll 7.01 7.35 Ar. Stamping Ground . J.Ol 0.13 7.13 7.55 Ar. Switzer 9.19 7.19 Ar. Elkhorn 8.10 7.25 8.20 9.25 Ar. Summit 7.33 8.30 Ar. Frankfort . . . A . 9.33 Ar Pari.". Iv ElUabeth Lv. Duvnll Lv. Johnson Lv. Georgetown Lv. C. S. Depot I v. Newtown Lv Ceutrevllle Lv.stuinnlnn Ground . G.K2 C.S3 . 8.40 S.46 9.51 !i.53 4.11 4.18 . .B 0 44 0.02 G.6G 4.) 6.0.1 ..,.. 0 7.00 7.18 7.'23 7.U7 4.S0 4 40 4.51 . 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.85 8.00 3.20 3.85 3.45 4.00 A B connects with L. it N." connects with Q. die 0. and L.S. 0 connects with K. U. (J. A.. Lexington, Ky. (kS T E. B. WEITZEL, 0. D. BEBOAW, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north, south and west. For further Information apply to their ncents,