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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892052801 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 Feamport Roundabout. 5EO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance Volume XV. To Be Given Away. Our enterprising druggiot J. W Oayle who carries the finest stock of drugs, perfumeries, toilot articles, brushes, sponges, etc., is giving away Dr. a large number of trial bottles ofNer."Wiles' celebrated Restorative vine. Guarantees it to cure headache, dizziness, nervous prostration, sleep, leusness, the ill effects of Bpirits, tobacco, coffeo, etc. Druggists say it io the greatest Boiler they ever know, and is universally satisfactory. Tho also guarantee Dr. Miles' New Heart,o 2ure in all cases of nervous or organ-iheart disease, palpitation, pain in aido, etc. Fine book on "Nervous 4 and Heart Disease" froe. Highest of all in FRANKFORT, livening Power- - U. S. Gov't KY., MAT 28, 1892. Number 38 Report, Aug. vj, 1889, Rcy&i Baking Powder PURE CF.BROWER&CO., S, E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. v I!- - ABSOLUTE! Wallpaper! Ceiling Decorations! -- ple, being tenderly raised, are of a Excursions Co Minneapolis, very timid, nervous disposition, and Chicago and Omaha, might roply: "Nothing is so startling via Queen & CresThe magazine issued by the League to the nerves not even the sting of cent Route. American Wheelman, in the in- the bullet as the report of a pistoJ of terest of and entitled "Good Roads," at night." comes to us this month with many For the Republican National ConMr. Joe Tracy is getting up a list of vention atMinnoapolis, Minn., tickets valuable hints in the art of road construction. While so far, the editor, subscribers for the People's Party or- will be on sale at half rates June 1st Mr. I. B. Potter, of New York, has gan, the Chicago Sentinel. devoted his attention mainly toward A letter has been received here to 5th, good for return until June dirt and gravel roads and their im- from Mr. H. Wilson, of Missouri, in 26, 1892. provements, yet there are many good which he inquires very affectionateFor tho Democratic National ConIdeas in each number which would ly of Zeke Yocum, his old companion vention at Chicago, 111., tickets will provo of value in the construction in arms in the 13th Alabama Infanand maintenance of our pikes. In try, 0. S. A. All the Roundabout's be on sale at half rates June 10 to 20, addition there is much discussion on readers were delighted with Zeke's good for return until July 22, 1892. the political and economic side of communications, and no one regretSolid Vestibuled Trains, New the question, ana we wisn we coma ted his disappearance from the col- Orleans to Cincinnati, without put the book in the hands of every umns of the paper more than Mr. county official and every farmer in the Wilson. If the editor will kindly change, making direct connections country. give space Mr. Wilson's letter will in Cincinnati Depot with vestibuled weeps and all wheel-i- n appear next week. trains of connecting lines. For furStill spring A large collection of flowers were ther information call on agents or en weep with her. Assuage thy grief, oh gentle Annie, and let us sent from here to decorate the sol- address D. G. Edwards, G. P. & T. A., diers graves last Saturday, but very .smile with thee. few of our people went. Cincinnati, O. The weather permitting, a number Mr. wheelmen will make Pryor Polk Tracy is working on the of Frankfort farm. 'When Your L,iver another century run The opinion prevails here that the Seven hundred and forty-fou- r Democratic candidate for sheriff will Is you cannot wheelmen made application for be defeated. This is their lunacy. do torpid and sluggish, Everything business successfully. membership in the League for the Didn't money and liquor play an im- goes wrong. You don't feel well. week ending May 16th. Let the good portant part in the primary? Didn't Get your liver in good working work go on. Kentucky is not making it win? Won't it help in the regular by using Dr. Hale's Household order Tea, the showing that she should; only election? Because about thirty peo- the great blood purifier and nerve two of the number were from this ple take People's Party papers tonic. It has no equal as a health reState. won't amount to notnmg. storer. For sale at Carpenter's 2 South Side Drug Store. We have frequently been asked by S. Edwards, wheelmen what advantage was to be gained by joining the League. There Of Adams, N. Y., makes the following TOBACCO are advantages too numerous to men- sworn statement: Kenyon & Thomas: LOUISVILLE MARKET. tion, but one is sufficient. You will This is to certify what I know your save the cost of your membership in wonderful medicine, Dr. Hale's reduced rates at hotels twice over in Ointment, will do in cases FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, a week on your first trip away from Household Last winter my LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. of pneumonia. iome. mother, who is 75 years of age, was Sales on our market for the week Mr. Max Wilson, of Lexington, was sick unto death with pneumonia. wore badly involved. The with in town luonaay ana Tuesday, iur. Both lungs physician said she must justclosed amount to 2,726 hhds., 2.330 receipts for the same period of Wilson is enthusiastic over the pros- attending pect for the State meet in Lexington die. As a last resort we commenced hhds. Sales on our market since Janin July. He rode down on his wheel, using your Dr. Hale's Household uary 1st amount to 73,455 hhds. Sales a Liberty Pneumatic weighing only 32 Ointment, applying it freely and of the crop of 1891 on ourmarket to thoroughly to the chest, keeping the date 62,112 hhds. pounds. lungs covered with hot flannels. She The receipts and sales have been We have received a copy of the soon began to improve and in twelve liberal this week and the market published Gazette, "Wheelmen's passed and she remains very firm and active. Tho crisis monthly at Indianapolis; price only hours the dangerwas was out of and is alive and offerings of burley tobacco embraced 20 cents per year. It is one of the Your great remedy sav- some line hogshead which sold at best cycling journals we have yet well life. ed her John S. Edwards. prices rancincr from $24 to S27.59 per seen. Sworn and subscribed before me, 100. In some localities the setting of nas begun hut tne tne tne new-croRev. W. C. Taylor is enthusiastic Wm. H. H. Taylor, Notary Public. For sale at Carpenter's South Side weather conditions have not been at over the possibilities of wheeling, ' all favorable to extensive planting. and we would like to turn some of Drug Store. The following quotations fairly girls (who "want to but cant'" the ride) over to him for a course of Here's A Chance for Every- represent our market for burley tobacco, crop of 1891: body. lectures. When press and pulpit Trash (dark) or damaged alike favor the exercise, where is 2 00 tobacco 84 00 Mrs. Grundy? The Kentucky Midland Railway 5 00 will sell round trip tickets to Chicago, Common Colory trash... 3 50 The great relay run from Chicago 111., Juno 16th to 20th. Medium to good colory to New York, one thousand miles, 6 50 4 50 trash June was made, through rain nearly every Minneapolis, Minn.,28th to1st to 5th. Common lugs not colory 3 50 5 00 30th, all Omaha, Neb.jMune mile of the way, in 108 hours, just 18 at one fare for tho round trip. Cer Medium to good colory 6 hours behind schedule time. In spite tain rival lines have limited the sale 10 00 00 lugs of the delay enconntored, Gen. to all parties, namely: Republicans, Common Colory lugs 4 50 7 00 Miles, U. S. A., who sent the dispatch Democratic and People's Party. Common to medium leaf 7 00 10 00 from Chicago to Gen. Howard, at 14 00 10 00 Medium to good loaf. The Kentucky Midland offers New York, announces himself as sat- discrimination, but sells tickets no Good to flno leaf. 20 00 14 00 to isfied that bicycling couriers in time , Select or wrappery of war would far surpass cavalrymen. all Republicans,People'sParty,Mug-wumps20 00 25 00 tobacco Mongrels, Democrats, Fellow Bearings. Citizens, Hoodlums and . For further information apply to Board Wanted Gentleman and Pea Ridge. tho company's agent or the under- wifo want board at once for tho next signed. three or four months. Private The Ridge is billed with the school 0. D. Beroaw, , family preferred. State terms. election notice Juno 4th. G. F. & P. A. J. H. Thompson, t. Post Office. All gardens growing nicely. Mrs. Ellen Dennis visited relatives in Louisville Sunday. Cycling. m New and Attractive Stock of- - BROWN AND WHITE BLANKS, BRONZES AND GILTS, INGRAINS AND FELTS, 111 PRESSED AND RELIEF GOODS -- -- Now on Exhibition - CHOICE COLQRINGSsshs- -- hELAB0BATE DESIGNS. Estimates and samples furnished out of town trade. First-clas- s decorators employed. Satisfaction and lowest prices guaranteed. Tinting a specialty. -- John C. F. BROWER CO. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. to-da- y. Forget that I am selling every day the ZOZEiBT grade of at the same PRICE that cheap seconds are being offered at ZEai-A-KO F7'-&Jtt'- 2E cost. , Hate, Forks, Paints, Oils anfl Yamisft. The largest stock, the lowest price. M. P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant JACOB SWIGERT & CCL, U bri A NTCEE3 GKEnSTTS, Have Removed From the BafzeD Building ZIETisS --- 37-2- Mr. Bon tion bridges. Mr. Joe Traoy visited Flat Creek and Jacksonville professionally this on Tracy has secured a posithe railroad, repairing r 1 , . oi c8 I U 4J J . cost scraBEEn?, rro H101 MD 102 MN STREETS feBaBemBn of WThey w time. mattt week. A Letter From Louisville Mr. Louis Tracy, who has been in bad health all spring, is muoh im- a Prominent Banker. 1892. fhs Gapitsl Hn&& proved. ' Those who have tried it say that the plank along the Devil's Hollow pike makes good stove wood. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pierce attended services at the Baptist Church in Frankfort Sunday. Mr. Dock Traoy returned from a visit to Loxington Wednesday, and has rented a house of Mr. Taylor Collins, corner of Pea Ridge pike. Cards are tackled up hero announcing that Mr. ' Lou Ohoato is the People's Party candidato for sheriff. Oft in the stilly night the sweet note of a pistol is heard. The shoot-iof- c ought to be careful, for our peo and I application and over-worbelieved then, as I do now, that it was of positive service to me, Very respectfully, J. H. LlNDENBEROER, Pres. Merchants' Nat. Bank. k, Gentlemen I seldom use my Eleotropoiso now, for tho reason that I have little requirement for it, but occasionally try it with good offoct in maintaining normal vitality. Q--i Throe years ago, when I first tried it, I was la good ileal worn out by close Meaara. DuBoia & Webb, Cor. 4th and Jeffer8on, City: Louisville, Ky., April 22, Pnhu" S Ph a 3S H.G.MATEM, -- TEIEl1 j M. BEATTY, Attorney at Law 6 Real Estate Agt., BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. IN LEE, BREATIHTT, WOLFE, Jackson, Powell, Clay and other Tll a Estill, counties. Scpt.6-M-. rnoiograner 334 MAIN STREET, ) W. J. CHINN, JR, AVTOltCTX'Sr AW SiJLW Will practice in all State Court. Of flee second floor, Caitom Howie. Jan.80-ly- Dujlols & Webb, Room 10, Norton Block, Corner Fourth aud Jefferson, Loulsrlllo, Ky. FRANKFORT. KY. . k 2 JMEilTDiLLnria "XttTeLgrorajs- - cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All ;;oods sold on time will be charged at regular price. . Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Mrs. L. P. Tarlton returned Saturday from Louisville. Mr. Jake Corbett, of Pinoville, spent in vuis city. Miss Shannon of Lexington, is the guest of Mrs. John Doyle. Miss Mamie Bull has returned from a visit to friends in Louisville. MiBS Emma Morris returned Saturday from a short stay in Louisville. Mrs. P. H. Newman left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Cincinnati. MiBS Marian Lindsay left Tuesday afternoon to visit friends in St. Louis. Mrs. Will Dorsey, of LaGrange, spent Saturday with her parents in this On. We will begin selling at SELLING OUT AT COST! IflAjrcxiL 30-fc.El- . Qg j QOLLINS- - & Sunday-Scho- ol BRQj Opposite the Farmers Bank. j m tii Office to be Closed. city. county. Miss Mary Jett left Monday to visit friendB near Ohristiansburg, Shelby been visiting relatives in this city the past week. Miss Lizzie Wood, of Bloomfleld, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Williamson, near this city. Miss Emma Robs, of LaGrange, is visiting Miss Mattie Henderson on Washington street. Mr. and Mrs. Cromwell Adair, of Union county, are the guests of Air. and Mrs. Geo. Berry. MIbs Maggie Dudley left yesterday lor a short visit to MIbb Laura Kearns, in Covington. Mrs. Matilda Baldwin, of Louisville, is visiting her niece, Mrs. A. Pierce, near Edgewood. Mrs. Northcotte, of Chicago, is the guest of her brother, Mr. James Dudley, at the Capital Hotel, Mrs. BasBett, of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Dar-si- e, on West Main street. Mrs. Mary Metcalfe, of Lexington, has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit to Mrs. L. Hord. Misses Nettie Morris and Clara Watkins, of Smithfield, have been visiting friends in this city this week. Miss Lyde Terry, of Bridgeport, has boon the guest of Miss Alma Schofield, on Third street, this week. Rev. W. 0. Taylor and wife left Thursday for a visit to friends and relatives in Buffalo and ivochester, Now York. Mrs. G. Alex. RobertBon, Mrs. Jas R. Ely, Misses Anne and Emily Thomas loft Tuesday for a visit to LouiBville. Mrs. J. H. Gulter, of Louisville, has Miss Emma Moore, of Georgetown, is visiting her sister Mrs. O. R. Orutcher. Mrs. Win, Newhall returned Satur- day from a short visit to relatives in As Monday is Decoration Day and is also a legal holiday.the postofuce will Frankfurt, Sat., June 11, 'D2. PROGRAMME. be closed from 10 o'clock a. m. until 5 o'clock p. m., and there will be 10 a. m. 1. Organization. only one delivery by the carriers 2. Devotional Exercises. during the day, and that the first 3. "Why we are Here" George one early in the morning. Darsie. 4. Oral Reports From Schools Woolen Mills. "What are you Doing?" Teacher'' 5. "The Successful This old established mill, located Opened by L. F. Johnson. at the Forks of Elkhorn, has been 6. Discussion by Rev. A. S. Alderleased by a new firm, and will be put running order by the man and others. in first-cla7. Business. first of June, and all work done will 2 p. m. 1. Song Service. be first-claor no charge made. 2. "How to Get and Prepare TeachLeave your wool to bo carded or spun ers" Rev. W. 0. Taylor. with W. T. Reading, on Broadway. 3. Discussion by Rev. J". H. Burdin, A Handy Tool. S. 0. Bull and others. Dr. U. 4. "Parental By reference to another column, it V. Williams. will be seen by their advertisement 6. Discussion by Rev. W. B. Cooper that Messrs. Mastin Bros, have taken and others. the agency for the King Sickle and 6. "The Needs of our Country Tool Grinder, which is such a. handy Schools" Miss Lucy Pattie. and convenient affair that every 7. Discussion by Mrs. Fannie E. farmer Bhould have one. Call and Farmer, W. H. Parrent and others. examined them at Messrs. Mastin's, Sunday, June 12, 3 p. m. Chilon Main street. g addresses by dren's G. Neville, Rev. H. G. HenRev. W. Base Ball Monday derson, Hon. W. H. Jones and othThe first game of base ball of the ers. 1. This convention is held under season will be played at Lark Park the auspices of the Kentucky SundayMonday afternoon, between the Union, and at least three Frankfort and PleaBurevMo nines. -school delegates are expected from every The grounds have been inclosed and in the county. a nice grand stand erected, and the Sunday-schoo- l 2. The sessions will be held in the put up a good game. the boys will If you are fond of the sport, go down First Presbyterian Church. and encourage the home boys by 3. The Frankfort people will be your presence. glad to entertain all who attend. vention. Con- PUBLIC SALE the premises, I will offer for sale my Thorn Hill residence, with 60 acres of land. It will be offered first in six tracts, separately, and then as a whole. This property is well im- roved, having a good Brick 8 rooms, servants house, ice house, poultry house of 8 rooms, dairy, corn crib and barn. It has a young orchard of different kinds of fruit, and several acres of berries resi-encet- of Elkhoru On Tuesday, June 21st, 1892, on ss ss I will one-fif- th offer for Sale, a number of choice building lots. This property, on account of its location is very desirable. Terms of sale jt? tihiie: s-:m::- e3 time Mass-Meetin- cash and the balance in 4 equal payments of 6, 12, 18 and 24 months, with 6 percent interest, from date of sale. Persons desiring to see the property will be taken out upon application. 884t L. B. MARSHALL. Shanty Boat Sunk. A shanty boat tied up at the bend of the river in the rear of Choate & Graham's mill, and occupied by a Mrs. Raider and her four children, sprung a leak and sunk about 12 o'clock Thursday night. Mrs. Raider was awakened by the water coming into her bed, and with difficulty succeeded in getting her children out safe. The family are perfectly destitute and should receive the assistance of our charitable people. Lt.-Co- A Perfect Success. l. Gaines. Cincinnati. Wm. D. Kennedy, No. 39, Lexington. The officers elected were Romily Mann, of Lexington, Colonel; Noel MissScottie Hendron. Gaines, of this city, Lieutenant ColMrs. Fred Brooks and son, of Syraonel; C. H. WilkerBon, Lexington, cuse, New York, who have beon visiting relatives hero, left Tuesday for Major; Hardin W. Bright, Richmond, home, accompanied by Miss Kate Surgeon. Sanders, of this city. Dr. John A. Lewis and Mr. A.H.Sin- nlntr nf fifinrffir.nwn. wnrn in t.hn city Saturday for the purpose of wit- When Baby was sick, we gavo her Castoria. nessing the unveiling of the ConfedWhen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. erate monument. Castoria, Mrs. M. A. Solbort and Mrs. V. Berberich and daughter, Miss Margaret, left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Cincinnati. Miss Susie Hendron, of Lexington, spent Sunday in Frankfort with her sisters, Mrs. W. H. Van Winkle and At a meeting of Knights of Pythias, held in Lexington on Tuesday evening, a now regiment of the Uniform Rank of the Order was organized, to be known as the Fifth Blue Grass Regiment, and composed of the following Divisions: Winchester, No. 7; Lexington, No. 8; Omega, No. 27, Clay City; Bright, No. 29, Richmond; Harrod, No. 33, Harrodsburg; Frankfort, No. 37; Von Moltko, No. 38, and MisB Lotta Wilson, of Aberdeen, Ohio, spent several days in this city with her sister, Miss Maud Wilson, this week, on her way home from a visit to Tennessee. Parasols. Rev. H. G. Henderson returned Thursday from the Lexington DisA small lot of fancy parasols at trict Conference, hold at North Bishop A. W. Wilson, of cost to close. Sam. D, Johnson & Co. Baltimore, presided, and Mr. Hendert. son was elected Secretary. Mid-dletown. When 6ho became Miss, fiho clung to When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. 38-2- Killer Cures all llndam's 'germs," baccilli," &c, to Mr.Diseases byMicrobe tho Cause. Removing sell their preparations, thus preventDecoration Day. cents stamp for ing people from buying tho original Send 2 War, shows what disease circular and the Is and.what tho Monday next being National Deco- tested medicine. "Radam'B Microbe Microbe must be, and do, to cure it. Read It, remedy is what you need. It is now, circulate It and you wBl the discoverer for saving Killer" ration Day, it will bo observed in this and for years has been, making your life. Address appropriate ceremonies, more cures than all other remedies RADAM'S MICROBE KILLRR, Nashvlllo. Tenn. city with J. W. GAYLE or LkCOMPTE & OAYLK CO. and the following will be tho pro- combined. Read their advertisement sole agents .for Franklin coubty, Junr16-ly.....,." gramme: Tho old Boldiore, ladies and in this paper. Don't be deceived. v Tho new Christian Church at this county, will be dedi and tho prizes were won by Walker cated and the memberWade and Miss Dickerson, of Louis-vill- ship have made preparation to enter who accompanied Gen. Beaure- tain the large congregation which is gard to this city, and a special prize expected. Tho church is on tho was awarded by tho judges to Mrs. Owenton turnpike and it will bo a Sophie Combs, who showed the nice drive down there youngsters that she had not forgot- Rev. Polk South will have charge of ten how to step around with ease and tho dedicatory services. Everybody grace, even if her years wore crowd- is invited to attend. ing in. The Old Original Remedy Leads. closed with anTho entertainment song by the quartet, and tho other not bo deceived Sick pooplo audience went away highly pleased. by pretendersshould talk about who Swal-lowfiold, o, Frankfort Quartet, then came the banjo contest, in which Arthur Lyons carried off the prize. Next came a dancing contest in which Robert Hanmer and Jeff Gates divided the prize. The single cako walk came next, in which Walker Wade carried off the prize over five competitors, and even eclipsed the groat Beauregard with the grace of his movements. James Marks captured the prize for the beat dressed gentleman, and then came the event of the evening, tho double cake walk. In this The cake walk given at the Opera House Friday night of last week was a perfect success. A large audience was present and the performance passed off nicely. Gen. Beauregard, the champion walker of Louisville, was present, and officiated as master of ceremonies, while Hons. E. H. Taylor, jr., W. J. Hendrlck and Ike Quigley acted as judges. The entertainment opened with a song by the other patriotic citizens will meet at the U. S. Court Room at 3 p. m. The procession will be formed under the marshalship of Judge W. H. Sneed, with the Drum Corps in tho lead, followed by a platoon of soldiers and the old veterans. Next will come the 44 little girls in wagons, under the charge of Prof. Thomas Hunter, and last will follow the vehicles containing tho ladies and those who are unable to walk. Tho decoration of the graves will take place in the cemetery at 4 o'clock, when an address will be made by the orator of the day. Everybody is invited to attend and aBsist in paying the tribute of respect to our departed heroeB. RoVt. B. Franklin, n-iy. m A K Frankfort, Ky. CUES ALL D I EASES! 1 m i Consumption Cured. Some of the Grand Army boys may "I believe It to be one of the best medicines be interested in the following from sold. The physicians, two years ago. said my consumption, both Alex. B. Pope, A. D. 0., Commander wife had to send her couth forlungs affected, r Dep't. Tenn. and Ga. 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Scaring "Woolens Imported sud Domestic V., G-ood- s. Largest aud best assortment we have ever shown. t have you look at them. Would be pleased HUDSON, HUMPHRIES ftH-- -. - &, CASSELL! Farmers, you can buy Centennial Barbecue. The centennial of Kentucky's ad mission into the Union as a State will be celebrated at Lexington on Wednesday next, Juno 1st, with an barbecue, which will doubtless be a grand affair. The Legislature will adjourn and attend in a body and all the State officers will Also bo present. The Lexington Transcript says of the preparations being made: "Gus Jaubert," the world renowned burgoo maker, has made out his list and will prepare his dinner for 60,000 people. His bill of fare is as follows: 300 sheep, 100 hams, 100 shoats, 6 bullocks, 15,000 loaves of bread, 30,000 gallons burgoo, 10 barrels pickles, 50 dozen fat hens, 30 cases tomatoes, 20 cases corn, 60 bushels potatoes, 8 barrels onions, pepper and salt to season. 10,000 tin cups and 10,000 spoons have been ordered. Thirty carvers will be .required outside of the forty men who will prepare the meat and bur- old-fashion- ed I jt Le bBftpn-- KV A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whntever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, Recent or I'ereUltary. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. $1.00 a box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mnll prepaid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes. wuen nurcnaseu at one nine, io reiuuo me jd.uu paid if not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. GAYLE. and Lf.COMPTEA: GAYLK CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents. Frnnktort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. 10-l- r Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. E CORE BUGGIES, HAH2TESS AND FAftM IMPLEMENTS first-clas- jtjj 'WHOLESALE 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. is visiting Miss Martha Williams, on the South Side. Mr. Lee T. Clark has removed from & CO. SUCCESSORS TO O. R. this cjty to Chicago to reside. We all unite in wishing him success in the Windy City. A mass meeting was held at the court-housFactory, South warehouse. Independent Baptist Church on Wed- Salesroom, opposite nesday at which arrangements were 00. made for decorating the graves of e sr It will require 40 cords of wood to tine colored soldiers on Decoration zes-vicook the meats and burgoo, 2,000 feet Day. The following programme was March of table and the same amount of cot- adopted: ton will be required; besides Mr. The formation of Jaubert has , decided to furnish the orders of Chief the procession, at King's Royal Germeteur. Marshal Credit, wooden trays for the meats, etc. will move off from headquarters at A committee from Philadelphia First Baptist Church, on Monday the medicine of the will, during the day, present to Ken- May 30th, at 2 o'clock p. m. in the century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with the people tucky three great paintings, "Inde- following order: G. 1st Band; W. Monroe Post is the acknowledged wonder of the pendence Hall," "Carpenter's Hall," No. 44; 3rd 2nd Below will be found a list of the Federal dead buried in the Frankfort Sons of Veterans; 4th .anduLiberty Hall." The paintings Daughters of Veterans; 5th Civic medicine world. Basedit upon the Cemetery, together with the regiment to which they belonged during the Germ theory of Diseases, is unique, will be received by Governor Brown, Societies; 6th School Children; 7th modern, and at once popular, com- late war, and whose graves will be Decorated with appropriate ceremonies comrades in arms and other patriotic citizens and friends. The brought to this city and placed in the Citizens; 8th Relief Corps; 9th Vehi- mending itself as a necessary house- by their latewill cles. take place at the cemetery on tho afternoon of May 30th, at hold remedy. It advertises best by ceremonies State House. PROGRAMME OP EXERCISES. its use. Specific for all Catarrhal 4 o'clock. Exercises and Salute: Monroe Post, diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Charles Ames U. S. Regulars Co. 0, 16th Regiment No. 44, G. A. R. Music, Star Spangled Purifier. .Ky. Cavalry Co. E, 9th It is without doubt the Robt. Ageo How to get Thin. M. Turner. most reliable germ destroyer in Banner. Prayer, Rev. J. " Co. F. 22d Ky. Infantry Dennis Burgin Our u Prof. O. C. MonCo. C. 3d Ky. Cavalry and to the extent that the Capt. Albert G. Bacon The only safe and reliable treat- roe. Patriotic Dead, a Soldier, Prof. J. The Negro as " l. theory is Ky. Infantry 14th Orlando Brown ment for obesity, (superflous fat) is H. Jackson. Music, All Hail the ermeteur is correct, King's Royal " Co. B, 1st Capitol Guards the remedy. It is no J. T. Bradley the "Leverette" Obesity Pills, which Power. Poetical Solection, Burial of " Co. E, 9th Ky. Cavalry gradually reduced the weight and Sir Jno. Moore, Miss Abbio McFar- - accident but is the result of fifteen Fielding Branson " Co. F, 22d Ky. Infantry measurement. No injury or incon- land. Music, Band. 1 gave my life years study of medical genius. For Sonnie Burns 19 Geo. Berry... Accidentally killed July 13, 1862, " Frankfort Union Guards venienceleaves no wrinkles acts for Thee, Rev. W. A. Credit. Stars sale by Chapman & Williams. " Co Ky. Cavalry 11th Capt.R. R. Bacon by absorption. and Stripes, Dr. E. E. Underwood. " Co. I, 22d Ky. Infantry George Orumbaugh This euro is founded upon the moBt Music, Band. Addresses, E. W. Lane, Sunday-scho- ol Rally. " Co U. S. Regulars Sergant Cromie 4th scientific principles, and has been Wm. Blackburn, ofXonia, O. Music, " Co. E, 9th Ky. Cavalry Morris Caples by one of the most eminent "Blest Be tho Tie." Poetical Selecused Ky. Infantry lotn Physicians of Euope in his private tion, The Blue and The Grey, Miss We publish elsewheid in this issue uoi. Jas. w. uradaocic ' Co. 0, 10th New York Infantry practice for five years, with the most Ophelia B. Price. Funeral March, the programme of a County Sunday-scho- George Daum " 32d Ky. Infantry Corporal George E. Goodwin. ..Co. gratifying results. Convention, to be held in the Phil. H. Goins Band. Decoration Graves. Sound Co. H, Frankfort Batalion Mr. Henry Perkins, 29 Union Park, of tho Bugle, Prof. of A. Davis. M. First Presbyterian Church, of this G.Finnie Graham ' Co. E, 9th Ky. Cavalry Boston, writes: Prom the use of the The Frankfort Turf, is the name of city, June 11th. It will be a Union Jas. GrifTy (corporal) Ky. Infantry Co. H, 19th Obesity Pills my weight "Leverette" (1 a colored base Co. F, 22d Ky. Infantry has been reduced ten pounds in been organized ball club which has Convention, held under the auspices Capt. Dan Garrard ., Ky. Infantry Dennis Haly Misician, 55th three weeks and my general health promises to makehere, and which of the Kentucky Sunday-schointeresting for Lieutenant Hoge, is very much improved. The princi- any club which may it accept its chal- Union, and all the Sunday-school- s " Ky. Infantry Co. F, 22d John Henderson ples of your treatment are fully in- lenge. 3d Ky. Cavalry dorsed by my family physician. In amateursIt is composed of young of the county should be well repre- !Col. Robt. H. King " 2d of this city. Mexican Volunteers sented. It will discuss practical Ambrose W. Hampton proof of my gratitude I herewith ' Co. E, 9th Ky. Cavalry questions and arouse interest and David Kirkpatrick you permission to use my name Surgeon. Volunteers Ky. Cavalry zeal in this good work. Our county Dr. John Keenon 'you desire to do so. u. a. navy Garfield Club. uaianaeri. .Lewis, (paymaster; needs stirring up in Sunday-schoPrice $2.00 per package,, or three Co. E, 9th .Ky. Cavalry matters and our workers in this field Alex McEwin packages for $5.00 by registered mail. .Ky. Infantry Co. u, 15th All orders' supplied direct from our Pleaso remember the meeting of need to meet and take counsel to- Capt. Wm. T. MoOlure Co. 0, 15th Ky. infantry the 'club this evening at 8 o'clock, gether. We hope to see a large and Lieut. Jos. L. McOlure office. ..Ky. Mounted Infantry 30th Let the Major Thos. Mahoney enthusiastic Convent! on. The Leverette Specific Co., 33 and let us have a full attendance. Co. E, 9th Ky. Cavalry O. A. Nelson, President. Superintendents and teachers of all Elisha Merchant Washington street, Boston, Mass. u Co. F. 22d Ben. Merchant Ky. Infantry in the county tho Sunday-sohoolW. H. VanWinkle, Secretary. ' 22d Col. Geo. W. Monroe Ky. Infantry to be present. " 32d Co. Ky. Infantry J. Fleming Meek Uata " wrtlt.a Co 3d George Pifer Ky. Infantry Among the Colored Citi- Attention, Gas Consumers. ma 7. If If yea " 9th Major James R. Page zens. Ky. Calvary tut.a'l, nLdom " Surgeon ....Mexican Volunteers Having perfeoted arrangements for and lmt.lilr.nl Dr. Jos. G. Roberts " Co Leon Scott ambition auff.il U.S. Regulars A list of all the colored persons supplying its natrons and customers, wilt I Phil. Selbert " MusoianSth Ky. Infantry iremlio reu bit participating in the Oake Walk at the Capital Gas and Electric Light " pclilt pinoaal Daniel Sheehan Co. E., 9th Ky. Cavalry the Opera House last Friday was Company will from May 1st, 1892, itltntleo. I ub. Ky. Infantry l.rt.k. la brl.fly John Sullivan (afterwards killed in tunnel) 22d " read by the pastors of the colored furnish gas for fuel purposes, heating t.ach any fairly " Weymuth (sawyer) Mass. Volunteers inl.lllc.nl p.rioa churches Sunday, and it was pitiful and cooking at the rate net $1.00 per fA " .Co. O, 16th oriiin.ri.i, nn Lieut. L. Frank Todd Ky. Infantry C ,9 HHte. cubic feott upon applicafor those who wore in the church at thousand can road and ' 32d Co Capt. Robt. B. Taylor Ky. Infantry rilf, and nil, the time, who had been in the Oake tion to the undersigned or at the fi.r Instruction, Lieut. J. H. Todd " Co 3d ..U. S. Regular Cavalry t11I work Indm office of the Company, 102 St. Clair Walk. trlouily, how la " James R. Tate Co.... 32d Ky Jnlantry Mr. Horaco Brady had his hand street. tarn Thiia d Co. E, 9th Dollsia ft John Williams ....Ky. uavairy Outs and circulars of tho latost and badly out by falling clock this week. Turin Ih.lr ows Joshua Warren " Co. E, 9th ....Ky. Cavalry localltlu, wh.ra. The concert at the Independent most modern gas appliances both for Co ir.r in.r lira, a William W. Walls ,...Ky. Infantry gas, water Baptist Church last week was quite a cooking and heating, will alia furnkf ih. aituatlon success. The music was very good heators &c, will be furnished at the tnploim.nl, at and the performance of the Brady offlco and estimates as to probable irhleh you can In almost every neighborhood Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. .am lhat amount. family upon brass instruments cost cheorfully given. I ibarfa nothing 4 throughout the west there is some c tnd r.c.lr. Wo believe at the above mentioned was. as the saying goes, out of sight." ual.iiaboro. one or more persons whoso lives Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.1 at The Rev. Turner is expeotod homo of price gas for cooking purposes to NotMnr difficult have been saved by Ohamborlain's from Washington City, whore bo fully as cheap as coal, and as the to I. am, et that raqulraa much Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, ho has been for several weeks at- work done by it ib infinitely superior tlma. I d.ilr. but or who have been cured of chronic ona p.rioa from tending Conference. When ho ar- it should bo largely used. JUNES, S. aco aiiinci or diarrhoea by it. Such porsonB tako All stoves and appliances will bo rives tie will bo much surprised to county. IbtT.tl-r.ad- y (aught and especial pleasure in recommending ilnd tho foundation for the now furnished tho consumer at net cost ammmmrlmmmS3Py'"ly2 tho romody to others. Tho praiso VSTERINAUY DENTIT. and tho necessary fitting up done at a larfa church oomploted. numbir wrha ara that follows its introduction and uso Rev. Linttsoy, tho presiding older tho roost reasonable rates. Dollars a Yaar, aacb, All U n.ir, maklnf onr Threa houtand 25 olid, aura. particular! lYce. Aftir all, If of this district of tho A. M. E. Church, Capital Gas and Electric Light WfH'nd to Fullno ftirlb.r, why, no barm liyou know Jdr.u, you makes it very popular. W. and 50 dona. A (o Gaylo, cent bottles for sale by J. Co. was in the city last week. Orders by mall promptly attended to. C. AXliUN. Ilox 40. Auauato, Hula May Druggist. t E. O. Hathaway, Supt. Miss Anna Tllford, of Harrodsburg, CRUTCHER e. "sto ctzk ze-cro-Gr- zFinsrTEiD. 26-- tf y DECORATION DAY. ex-istan- Lt-Co- ol ol ol 35-l- B o.v-ran- ge WMM jHBHBLLitaK y. mr 1 Thou-itn- SSL ipt vssao ft -- noth-tn- to-da- y I I I I "voodlaJse, 1ym 28-li- 35-4- 35-4- t. mttbm ns W mm of Nelson; 8th district, David Meriwether, of Jefferson; 9th district, Clay; 10th district, at Frankfort, Kentucky Daniel Garrard, of lAtuod at the as second-clasMathew Flournoy, of Fayotte; 11th mailable tnattor. district, Thos. Marshall, of Lewis; tiKO. A. LE WIS.. Editor and Publislier. 12th district, Peter Lashbrook, of John W. 13th district, Mason; Tebbatts, of Campbell. FRANKFORT, MAY 28, 1892. Hon. James Harlan, in casting his vote, voted for all tho other olectors All Old Poll-bool- c. but refused to vote for himself. Gov. James T. Morehead was not so partiIn looking through tho records nt cular and voted tho straight ticket. the County Clerk's office tho other KKAMMRT post-oOlc- o s ROUNDABOUT. Dcatli of Mr. Alex Julian. K n Horace Brady, the colored citizen, met with a serious accident on Tuesday at the residence of Mr. Hiram Berry. He waB engaged in taking up and cleaning carpets and undertook to move a tall clock, when the old time election are: piece toppled over. He attempted to For Harrison. Sanford Goin, James M. Todd, R. catch it and in so doing thrust his C. Steele, J. D. Robinson, Judge L. left hand through the glass which Hord, John S. Harvie, G. Alex. covered the face, cutting a deep gash Robertson, H. G. Banta, Thos. J. around the thumb and badly laceratMayhall, and J. J. Quin, of this city; ing the palm of the hand. The serJoseph Parrent, Jeptha D. Parrent, vices of a surgeon were necessary to James Church, Jas. A. Richardson staunch the flow of the blood, and it and Dennis Onan, of this county; is feared that it will be a long time Gen. Thos. L. Crittenden, now of before he is able to use his hand New York; B. F. Meek, now of Louis- again. ville; Rev. Joseph J. Bullock, now of Surveying for tlie Road. Washington City, and Chas. S. Waller, of Chicago. At 3:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Van Buren. Mr. Joseph H. Bailey, Civil Engineer, For Peter Jett, and William French, of began making a survey for the street this city; Wm. M. Crutcher, Lewis railway in front of the Capital Hotel, Dennis and John O'Connell, of this on Main street. The work was concounty; and Mathew Jett, now of tinued all that afternoon, but was suspended on Monday, as Mr. Bailey Indiana. There may be others still living had another engagementfor that day. who have removed to other States, On Tuesday he resumed work and has :been busily engaged at it ever whose names escaped us. since. As soon as the survey is comdays, juding from the In those a man was allowed to vote pleted the company expect to begin whereever he happened to be, as the work of construction. It is their the names of the counties of the intention to operate the road with residence of many voters are written animal power at first, but rails heavy opposite their names. The total vote enough to carry electric cars will be cast was 1091, of which the Harrison laid down, and an electrlo plant will and Tyler electors received 656, the be put in later. Tho company claim Van Buren and Johnson electors 434, that there will bo no miscarriage and one man, M. R. Steeley, voted this time and that they will have the cars running before fall. Here's for Henry Clay. were on the Harrison hoping that they may. The electors well-knowold-fashi- k day, wo came across tho usod Pre pldenti nl election in this county November, 1840, at which Gen. "William Henry Harrison and Hon. John Tyler were the candidates of tho Whig party for President and Vice President and Hon. Martin Van Buren and Col. Richard M. Johnson the candidates of the Democratic party. The book is of peculiar interest just now, as tho grandson of one of the successful candidates at that election is the present occupant of the White House at Washington and very likely bo a candidate for reelection, so we took a look through it to see how many of those who cast their votes at that election are still alivo. The polls wero open for three days and every voter in the county had to come to the Court House to cast his suffrage. Tho officers of election were: Judges for the first day, James Shannon and John Morris, and for the second and third days John Morris and John McKee; John Watson, who was then Sheriff, of the county, acted as sheriff, and Col. A. H. Rennick, who was for nearly half a century County Clerk, acted as clerk. The judges and clerk were sworn by Henry Wingate, then a justice of the peace. All of these are long since dead, and of the 1,090 voters who cast their votes at that election, so far as we know, there are only about twenty-fiv- e now living. The first man to cast his vote for Harrison was Henry Wingate, John H. Hanna came third and Prof. Kean O'Hara fourth. The first to vote for Van Buren was John Lewis, of Llangollen, and Rev. Cadwallader Lewis second, while the venerable Peter Jett, who will in a few days reach his eighty-eight- h birthday, is recorded sixth. Those still living who voted at that poll-boo- at tho BEST OF AUL To cleanse tho system in a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when the springtime comes, use tho true and perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. One bottle will answer for all tho family and costs only 50 cents; the large size $1. Try it and be pleased. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. 35-4- t. A Mammoth SItcct. Mr. J. L.Waggenor, who is sojourning at Hotel Dennis, Atlantic City, New Jersey, has our thanks for last Sunday's edition of the Philidelphia Press. The paper consists of thirty-tw- o pages, eight columns to tho page, profusely illustrated, and contains reading matter enough to run one a week. Death of Hon. Wm. Bcrkcle. Hon. William Berkele, who has several times represented Garrard county in the Legislature and was also a member of the late Constitutional Convention from that county, committed suicide at his home in Bryantsvillo Tuesday morning by severing his jugular vein with a razor, during a moment of temporary insanity caused by protracted illness. He leaves a widow and five children to mourn his loss, to whom he left a large estate and $42,000 life Mr. Alexander Julian, ono of tho oldest and most prominent citizens of this county, died at his home near Bridgeport, at a quarter past twelve o'clock, on Tuesday night, after a brief illness with heart disease, aged years. 72 Tho deceased had been in romarkably good health for one of his years up to within a fow weeks past, when ho was attacked with heart trouble and had been confined to the house, but not to bed all tho time, and when death came to him ho was sitting up in an armed chair. The deceased was a farmer all his life, in which business he had been very successful, and owned at tho time of his death one of the largest and best farms in the section of the county in which he lived. Ho was a widower his wife, formerly Miss Laughland, of Clark county, having preceded him to tho gravo some twenty years ago and leaves seven children, viz: Messrs. Chas. H. and Clarence and Miss Lucy Julian, of this county; Mrs. George W. Ohinn., of this city; Mr. Alex Julian, of Cincinnati; Hon. Henry Julian, of Kansas City, Missouri, and Mr. Tarlton Julian, of Mt. Sterling, to mourn his loss. It is a little singular that Mr. Julian should die at the same age at which three other members of his family passed away, viz: his brother Mr. John Julian, and his sisters Mrs. Ann Russell, of this county, and Mrs. Mitchell, of Danville, all of whose deaths occured in their 72d year. The funeral took place Thursday afternoon from the Christian Church and the remains were laid to rest in tho family lot in the Cemetery in this city. VM M ; I for Infants and Children. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sloop, and promoted dt Without injurious medication. For several years I havo recommended your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to-dso as it has invariably produced bonoflclal results." Edwin F. Paudeb. M. D., ' Tho Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. " CMtoria Is bo well adapted to children UuU I recommend it m superior to any proscription known to mo." II. A. Archxk, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, K. T. "The UflO of 'Castoria1 ts so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorso it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Cuoos Mahtth, D.D , Lata Pastor Bloomlngdalo Bof onnod Church. New York City. CMtoria cures Colic, Constipation, Tme Okktxdh Compamt, 77 MonrtAY Street, Nkw Yoruc. Feb. 13-l- Fraprt Furniture Dlamifasturii Co. Have opened Sale Booms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. W K K i ru rA The Monument Unveiled. Tho new monument recently erected in the Confederate lot in the Cemetery was unveiled on Saturday with short and appropriate ceremonies. The opening prayer was offered by Rev. H. G. Henderson, after which a brief address was delivered by Judge Joseph K. Lewis, and then the veil was removed by Gen. Fayetto Hewitt. At the conclusion of the cere monies the graves of the Confederate dead were beautifully decorated with flowers, and the benediction was pronounced. The attendance was the larget in many years and the floral offerings most abundant. Tho music was furnished by Saxton's Band, of Lexington. The Confederate Memorial Association of this city can well feel proud of their success, after years of untiring effort, in at last placing such a handsome monument over the graves of their beloved dead. It is an ornament to the Cemetery, and has been greatly admired by all who have seen it. L P UPfEQS Si BET PUIS. insurance. Duke of Glenwater TJR Hand Badly Cut. will make the season of 1B92 Ilulrci ftf fllantvnran sunu us iLiniiLci. fine young Jack, OKTE Both ENJOYS ' tho method and results when miles east of Frankfort, Veron the Frankfort sailles turnpike, at $25 to Insure a Jack colt, or $15 to Insure a jennet. Duke is a black Jack, with white Dolnt8. 151t hands high, was foaled in 1887. Sired by Larry Uawes' famous premium lack, which sold for $1,500, he by Tebb's jxck, Alexander, noted as the sire of line, la ge Jacks, he by Bourbi, he bjr Leer's Napoleon. Duke's dam was sired by Wells' premium Jack, he by Iron Duke. This Jack would have to be seen to be fully appreciated, although his breeding shows for Itself, as he combines the bust blood In Kentucky and. has proven worthy of his breeding. at our farm, nine Jennets grazed at $1.50 per month and riven careful attention. We will not be responsible for accidents. For further Information, write to FBANKFOHT, KY Or call on Mr. Holt at the farm, on the Versatile & Frankfort turnpike, near McKee's cross roads. May Syrup of Figa is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidneys, and Bowels, cleanses the sys- HOLT cSc Don't Forget Frank. Don't forget to secure your seats for tho entertainment to be given at the Opera House, on Friday evening next, for the benefit of Mr. Frank O. Hutchison. The music will be first-clasas some of the best amateurs in the State will take part in the concert. The singing of Miss Annita Muldoon, of Louisville, will alone be worth the price of admission, to say nothing of the muslo of Prof. s, poll-boo- k, Henry Saxton, of Lexington, and of Profs. Wayland Graham andSchnicke, of this city. Then our own Fran k will have a place on the programme and is sure to please you with song, Go to the Opera dance or selection. House Friday night and help send him on his way to Now York rejoicing. tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual BOBTXVqUAITITX. BMinrqcurir. constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most CREAM healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for Bale in 50c YEARS FOR and $1 bottles by all leading drug- Has lod all Worm Remedies. Any reliable druggist who gists. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who tnytniBOLD EVERYWHERE. Vj MCHMMWATLBK HIP. CO, , BT.tOCB. wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. WORMS! WHITE'S VERMIFUGE 20, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. L0UISVIUC, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. UHtSl & HlPlVt, f HBaIN mills VmmAmnmlmmmmAmVluVwBBtBvRtiKL UHBHUaMHATR C ATM ENTJBit Dn. 15. C. Wkst's Nerve and Bhaw Thkv.-mkn- t, a guaranteed specific for lljsterla, DizziNeuralgia, Kits, Nervous ness, Convulsions, Headache. Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alcohol or tobucco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Drain resulting In Insanity and leading to misery, decHy and death, Premature Old Age, Barroness, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermatorrhoea caused by overexertion of the brain, Koch box contains or one month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes for $5 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. self-abu- se e. ticket: Richard Buckner and James T. Morehead, for the State at Large. 1st district, Robert Patterson, of Caldwell; 2d district, Iredel Hart, of Hopkins; 3d district, James W. Irwin, of Logan; 4th district, Bryan Y. Owsley, of Russell; 6th district, James Harlan, of Mercer; 6th district Ohas. G. Wintersraith, of Hardin; 7th district, Thos. W. Riley, of Bullott; 8th district, Wm. H. Field, of Louisville; 9th district, Daniel Breck, of Madison; 10th district, Richard H. Menefee, of Lexington; 11th district, Martin P. Marshall, of Fleming; 12th district, Adam Beatty, of Mason; 13th district, Wm. Southgato, of Campbell. On the Van Buren ticket: Nathan Gaither, of Adair, and Thos. M. Hickoy, of Fayette, for the State at Large. 1st district, John L. Murray, of Calloway; 2d district, Cornelius Burnett, of Henderson; 3d district, Johnson J. Cookville, of Allen; 4th district, Andrew J. James, of Pulaski; 5th district, Thos. P. Moore, of Mercer; 6th district, Martin Hardin, of Hardin; 7th distriot, John Rowan, jr., In Camp on Elkliorn. Tho corps of cadets from the State College came down Monday morning and went out on the Peak's Mill pike, five miles from tho city, and camped in a lot in front of the residence of Mr. Henry Church, on the old Innes Morris place, where they will remain until the first of next week. The location is first class for the purpose, as it is a high level spot overlooking Elkhorn creek, which has furnished the boys good fishing and bathing facilities. The grounds are well suit. ed for playing base ball, tennis and other games, and tho young soldiers are having a groat time. They have their brass band with them, of which Mr. Lon Hughes, of this city, is the Too Frequent. Vt ImrlWmJmm mMssWSmmM .i I, 94iiIgA MPv3SSil Sr r""iS" ""Ti nffkinVsKilklnlTF uif sssssssss ihimi'ucv 1VU1I 110 fAILES "' Tho finding or tarantulas in bunches of bananas is' becoming quite common. Mr. John R. Todd found one last week and on Monday another was caught by Mr. John A. Kleber in a lot of bananas received by him. Both of these were females and a nest of eggs was found with each. Mr. L. O. Lane has the one found by Mr. Kleber, bottled up, and is at tempting to keep it alivo by feeding it on banana peelings. Mr. N. has the nest of eggs, somo of which havo hatched out, and when laid in the sun the little spiders crawl out and become quite lively in leader, and tho Elkhorn hills have tho warm sunshine. with melodious been enlivened sounds entirely new to that region. "Why so pale and wan, fond love, Tho camp will bo broken up next Prithee! why so palo?" "Well if the Tuesday and Col. Clay, tho Com truth must be told, I havo tho most villainous cold a man ever mandant, will give tho boys a grand She only smiled a confident andhad." hapmilitary hop at the Capital Hotel that py smile and brought down a bottlo evening. of Dr. Bull's Oough Syruj C li illOHTKST Georgetown to Hew flrlem Time, 25 Hours. SOLID VESriBULED TRAINS. The shortest nnd quickest. 8IX BOXES. to Jacksonville, Ate To cure any case. With each orderrecelved by iw Georgetown for six boxes, uccomnanled with 20.1)0, we will purchaser our writ ten guarantee to re send the Time, 20 Hours fund tue monoy if me treatment uoes noteneci u cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE Solid Vestlbuled Trains. The Short line be& OAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, tween Cincinnati and Frankfort, Ky. Ky., Time, 2Ui Hours. Lkxinoton, WB GUARANTEE $500 Reward! KNOXVIUiK, Tknn., N. C, A8WKVILLK, CnAITANOOOA.TKNN., TLANTA, Direct Connections at Surer We will pay the above reward for any case of port for Texan, Mexico and California. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Sick Heudache, Indigestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot via Georgetown 5:15 a.m. jarrlvii Cincinnati 10:25 cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the a. m. Quicker than any other line All trains arrlv at departfrom Central Onion directions are strlclly compiled with. They are purely Vegetable, and never full to give satisfac- Depot, Cincinnati. For Rates. Maps, xc. tion. Sugar Coated , Large boxes, containing 80 E.T.CHARLETON, Pills, 25 cents. Howard of counterfeits und ImiD. I & T. A., Chattanooga.-D- . genuine manufactured only by tations. The MILLER, D. Q. EDWARDS, THE JOHN C WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, 16-lTrnf.Mng. Cincinnati, O. 9 P. k A.T ILL. For sale by all druggist, BIUMINOUAM, ALA.. O., " " " New Orleanwind " "' 12 17 11 15 10 " " naars 5 k' HEADQUARTEKS FOR EVERY EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR HVCscstixi :S OIF1 -- de.a.:lije::rs - EE-g- Brothers. DESCSIPTIOIT - THUSTG- - 0 1ST "WHEELS.- iasr- - Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. WE GUARANTEE Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Snr-rie- s and Light Carriages. The H.H.Babcock Co., Broom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Victorias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern de-sign. xXVtJ Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the "' BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. Sudden Death. ! in TIME TABLE. The following tiino table is now effect upon the L. fc N. rond: TUAINB WEST. in No. 23 loavosFrnnkfort No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort 5:60 i):40 8:00 7:38 10:10 4:35 7.48 'J:15 a. m a. m p. m p.m. a. m. TBAIN8EA8T. No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... No. 20 leavos Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... No. 22 leaves Frankfort dt IV. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. Science has proven catarrh to be a ville, on May 27th and for the V. W. ALEXANDER, constitutional disease, and therefore morning trainB of May 28th, good to Agent. requires constitutional treatment return until and including May 28th, Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured at one fare round trip. by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, W. W. Alexander. Agent. yjiAJNKFORT ROUNDABOUT is the oply constitutional cure on the market. It acts directly upon the the blood and mucous surfaces of the Salvation Oil in my I system. They offer one hundred own have tried neuralgia and expericase for FRANKFORT, MAY 28, 1892. dollars for any case it fails to cure. enced much benefit from its use. It's Send for circulars and testimonials. very penetrating and always gives reAddress, lief. A Citizen Deafl. F. J. CHENEY & CO., J. S. LEWIS, Manufacturer Boots and Toledo, O. Shoes. 7 Mr. Otto Von Borries, who twenty BSTSold by druggist, 75o. 54 Fayette St., Baltimore, Md. years ago was a well known citizen of -AND DEALER IN- this place, died at his home in Louis- Examination of Students. To Cedar Rapids. ville on Saturday. The examination of graduates of On account meeting of German tho common school course for the Baptist Dunkards, at Cedar Rapids, Resumed Practice. county schools will be held in Frank- Iowa, the L. & N. R. R. will sell, on PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO good to May 28th to JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Oapt. Thos. G. Poore has resumed fort, on Friday, June 17th, 1892. Let return until 30th. inclusive, inclusive, June 30th, GUARANTEED. the practice of law and has opened an every teacher urge their pupils to be round trip tickets to Cedar Rapids, Opposite State House. present on that day. The first ex- Iowa, at one fare. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. office in Mrs. Duvall's building on W. Alexander, amination of applicants for teachers' W. St. Clair street, up stairs. Agent. certificates, white, will be held on Friday, tho 1st day of July; for t he Business College Frost Monday. A Safe Investment. colored applicants, Friday, the 8th of Shorthand, Teleoraphv, &o. Is one which is guaranteed to Write for oataloque and Full Information. Each of the above examinaA heavy froBt fell in tho country July. night, tions will require two days. Exami- bring you satisfactory results, or around this city on Sunday in case of failure a return of purthough a heavy fog kopt it from nation fee $1.00. chase price. On this safe plan forming here. It did little or no To our Subscribers. you can buy from our advertised damage to tender vegetation, though Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's person to write his deep enough for a The SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Which New Discovery for Consumption. name in it. appeared in our columns some time since, announcing a Bpecial arrange- It is guaranteed to bring relief in of Dr. Hale's Household. ment With Dr. B. J. KENDALL Co., of every case, when used for any Enosburgh Falls, Vt., publishers Cough Cure "A Treatise on the Horse and his affection of Throat, Lungs or such as Consumption. Diseases," whereby our subscribers Chest, Is a purely vegatable remedy prepar- were enabled to obtain a copy of that Inflammation of Lungs, BronBest Indigo Blue Calicoes 5c. ed from rare medicinal plants, a per- valuable work free by sending their chitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Best Colored Calicoes fect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarse- address to B. J. Kendall Co. (and 5c. Best Dress Ginghams 7jkc. ness, Iocs of voice, whooping cough, enclosing a two-cestamp for mail- Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant bronchitis, the first stages of con- ing same) is renewed for a limited and agreebble to taste, perfectly Best Apron Ginghams sumption, allays all soreness of the period. We trust all will avail them' Black Cotton Stocking 8Kc! lungs and chest, and gives perfect selves of tho opportunity of obtain- safe, and can always be depended Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton greatest medi- ing this valuable work. To every upon. Inal bottles iree at south satisfaction. It is the 5 c. cine of the age to strengthen tho lover of the Horse it is indispensable, Side Drug Store. lung tissue. 25 and 50c. per Dottle, at as it treats in a simple manner all the P. H. Carpenter. i Carpenter's South Side Drug store. Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. diseases which afflict this noble ani2 mal. Its phenomenal sale throughMy Childhood's Happy out the united States and Canada Home. Strawberry Festival. make it standard authority. Mention The RODMAN & this paper when sending for "Treatise." This is the title of a new Bonpand April forget that tho ladies of tho Don't DE MARK. p.m. Society Circus. vn. p.m. and proscribed local remedies, and by On accountBar-non- e Society Circus Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at "Lagrange constantly failing to cure with local R. R. for Cincinnati. .Nos. 23 and 21 connect treatment, pronounced it incurable. at Louisville, Ky., the L. & N. Louiswill sell round trip tickets to at Anchorage for "Bloomfield Branch. p. get the showers and some other section the ''generally fair." Wednesday was a bright, beautiful day, but the rain which followed it that night and Thursday morning knocked it plum out of sight. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years it was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, Mr. S. T. Willis, Goverment storekeeper at the Glen Spring Distillery, in Woodford county, was stricken with paralysis Monday while engaged in his duties at the distillery. He was removed to his homo in Versailles where ho died on Tuesday. oum. JAY EYE SEE I Mn. J. I. Case, (Hickory Grovo Farm, homo says: "Alter trying ovory known remedy, Iwis., rcmoeU a largo Bunch oi two years standing, from a 3 year old lllly, Witt thrco applications of c, BJI I QUINN'S of. 0INTIMT. i mRv li'jl It Is tho best preparation I havo overused or heard I heartily recommend it to nil Horsemen." 'chave hundreds of such testimonials. JH'1tYtf.Ti'1 A Price, S1.50 per bottle. AskyourdruBKlstforlt. If bo does not kecplt.se us 23c. stamps or silver, for trial box. Ho'tiflnH Former DWARD CLAASSEN, PEiLCTIC.L Plumber, GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, BRYANT &STRATT0N Book-Keipim- LOUISVILLE.KYr J. L RODMAN & SON. BIG- BJLIRGrJLIIIS. nt 6jc; J. .L SON. 37-t- f. Southern Presbyterian Church will New Songs. give a strawberry festival in the Ohuroh yard, on the corner of Third We nro In receipt of 2 delightful and Steele streets, on Tuesday even- songs, published by J. Fischer &Bro., ing next. Go around and get your 7 Bible House, N. Y., entitled: 1. YeBtorday, for Soprano or Tenor, Buppor and help a good cause. m . by A. Strelezki. 2. To Sleep! for Contralto or Bar., L. XI. Blondell, Prof. words by Lord Tennyson and music Tho noted swimmer, will give an by E. Mario Henry. exhibition of hiB swimming powers The Melodies and PoemB of both in Elkhorn, near Newtown, on the are perfect gems and cannot fail to Midland Road, on Sunday, June 5th. receive a hearty welcome from Tho Kentucky Midland will run a singers of refined taste. Price of special train from this city to enable, each, 40 cts. all who may want to go to witness Good News. his wonderful feats in the water. No other medicine in the world was evor given such a test of its ourativo qualities, as Otto's Cure. If there is any section of this great Thousands of bottles of this remedy are boingdistributod and glorious country suffering for wo would like to loan thorn a free of charge, by druggists in this rain country, to those afflicted with Conlarge section of tho wet weather wo sumption, Asthma, Croup, Sevore havo been enjoying (?) for some time, Coughs, Pnoumonia and all throat with tho understanding that it is to and lung diseases, giving tho peoplo bo returned later in tho season, when proof that Otto'H Oiiro will ouro thorn, is the wo are sure to need it. It seems that and that science.grandest triumph of medical For sale by Chapevery time the signal service predicts man & Williams. Samples free. 28 "generally fair, with showers," wo Large bottles 50c. heart through the beautiful sentiment of the words and the pleasing effect of the music. The melody is sweet, the quartet is a gem of rich harmony and tho accompaniment is charming, yet simple It has the ring pf becoming one of the most popular songs of the day. Price 40 cents. To introduce it the publishers offer to mail a copy on receipt of only 10 cents.. Address, P. If. Stauffor, Loudonville, Ohio. quartet that touches the m. Plants, Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. MerlYwins. We desire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery fo Consumption, Dr. King's New "a J. NO THOMPSON, WEST JEFFERSON STREET, 261 Overstocked. great-Gorma- FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Saivc And Electric Bitters, and have TELEPHONE 1050.B1NG2. never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to reTo Whom it May Concern. fund the purchase price, if satis- House and Lot For Sale. factory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won THE FIUMK RESIDENCE, CON-- 1 LIZZIE COHORN HAVING THIS tulnliiR twelve rooms, their great popularity purely on on Washington street, next cellar toami basement, MRS. dlvoteed from me by a decree of DAY tho door the Enlbcopal Court or Common Pleas, nm parsonage, is ottered (or sale at ti bargain. For responsible tor debts contracted byI her. no more, their merits. For sale by apply to OKO. VT. COHORN. P. H. Carpenter, Druggist. terms i May M...R 189Z W. ANDERSON GAINES. 37 TELEGRAPH ORDERS Rose Buds a Specialty, floral designs. TWO-STOR- 2S-2- BU&&tfftfJ4ta RKSl 'jbektiJvh&M riiintMi- i.-- ki. mm ifet&ii&'iLulfaa! , J. wseBsam I, 6 JOHN" T. BTXCKHjErY" IS- Ready for Spring Trade in the most complete ISEeady for Spring Trade with a large line of - M Siove s China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns closing out. goods. & Range s, vJQk-- Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double 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. tgaagaTin lZrs "r my n i w 7 JNO.T. BUCKLEY. Religious. We would JOHN T. BUCKLEY. Darby's Prophylactic Will Use it in every keep the atmosphere pure and wholesomejremoving all bad odors from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and ail sick-rooI .V?' I' be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churches! n the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made. Rev. W. G. Neville, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m., as usual. Rev. Mr. Hubbard, of Danville, will morning occupy the pulpit at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 8 p. m. Southern Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church m'- the rector, will occupy pulpit at Ascension Church tothe morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 8:00 p. m. Penick, Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Baptist Church Rev. W. B. Cooper will preach at 11 a. m., and Rev. E. S. Alderman at 8 p. m. Sunday-schoo- l at 9:30 a. m. The pastor will be home in time for the prayer meeting Wednesday. Oatuuijiu Church Tho usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd will be con ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, the pastor. First mass at 8 a. m., second mass at 10:30 a. m., and vespers at 3 p. m. OmiitsriA Darsie, the pastor, will occupy his at 11 and 8:00 as pulpit usual. Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly prayat er meeting in the Lecture-room- , 7:30 p. m. Church Rev. George taxable property, (as shown by th assessment) for general revenue pur- and forty cents on each ono undred dollars' worth of taxable property for Sinking Fund purposes; the funds arising by reason of the levy for Sinking Fund purposes to be used only to pay the interest on the Kentucky Midland Aid Bonds, the Water Company Bonds and the bonds issued for sewer purposes. It further provided that all officers of the city, whose duty it is to collector receive any part of the funds set apart for Sinking Fund purposes, should, as fast as the same is collected, pay the same over to the Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners; as required by section 2, of an act approved April 22d, 1882. Before the ordinance was reported to the council it was amended by the committee, providing for an additional lew of ten cents on each ono hundred dollars' worth of taxable property for school purposes. The council amended by striking out the words "Sinking Fund purposes," after the words "forty cents," and inserted in lieu thereof the words "to pay interest on the Kentucky Midland Aid Bonds, the Water Company Bpnds and the Sewer Bonds," and by striking out the entire section requiring the collecting officers of the city to pay over to the Sinking Fund Commissioners all funds sot apart for Sinkinc Fund purposes, &c Under the ordinance as passed by the council, the funds collected by reason of the levy for interest, xc, go into the general or revenue fund, and may be used by the council for the payment of the ordinary expenses of the city. There is no provision in the ordinance requiring the O'erk and Treasurer to keep separate' and accurate accounts of the receipts and expenditures of the interest fund, nor is there any requirement that the fund so collected shall be appropriated only in payment of the interest on the bonds mentioned in the ordinance. If this be true, and there is no escaping the conclusion, the levy for general or revenue purposes is really one dollar and fifteen cents on the one hundred dollars' worth of taxable property, which is in violation of a plain provision of the State Constitution. Section 157 of that instrument pro vides "that the tax rate of cities of third class (to which Frankfort is assigned), for other than school purposes, shall not, at any time, exceed seventy-fiv- e cents on the one hun- provided for and not paid when due. The holders of the bonds addressed ' letters to the officers of the Water Company, making inquiries as to the city's solvency, and the value oi tneir securities. This should not occur, and would not occur, if the management of the city's business was in the hands of business people. All that I ask, all that the people demand, is that the laws and ordinances be so framed as to place the finances of the city in charge of business people, and that the fund arising from tho tax levy be properly expended. It certainly could not be in better hands than the Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners, who have always protected the city's credit by providing funds to promptly discharge all the city's obligations when due. The levy for school purposes is not required. I am informed by the City Clerk that the receipts of the school for the year 1891 were more than sufficient to pay the expenses. The funds collected for school purposes in 1891j paid all the expenses for that year, and the expenses for January, February and March of the present year. I can see no reason lor burdening the people with an additional tax, when the necessities of the school do not require it. For the reasons recited I return tho ordinance without my approval, and respectful ly asK the council to reconsider tneir His Superior Ability In Trcatli g Oh- scare Chronic Diseases is something rttnvtwfiljtiic! It no nnvnil viiniii All lit vuiwunt iiita tuiiU uhviu others have given up to die. $ contagious diseases. on Sims, of New York, says: "I am convinced that Prof. Darby's ProphylacticFluid is a most valu The eminent physician, J. Mari- able disinfectant, 21 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. We have some first class second hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Call and see them if you want a bargain. Mastin Bros. 30-t- f. mmmm WtV CT.xr- Sa-s- ? j W&a5r iPZi ... HKH Hf .BesHe er and engine, in good order, are offered for sale at a bargain. Apply to, W. T Featherston, Forks of 35-4- t. For Sale. A second-han- d thresh- H? "'ffii'?::,;;:'!"!;f'"'.7. '" " Elk-hor- n. residence every morning, leave orders at W. H. Averill's drug store, Lyman P. Walter, M. D., action. If the council presists, and passes the U. S. Express office or H. R. the ordinance notwithstanding the Williams' grocery. The world renowned specialist, will be atFranlr good and valid objections urged, I fort, If you have a buggy, carriage or must submit, yet I shall continue to set of harness which needs repairing Capital Hotel, 3ray 27, 1895e object, and shall lend my feeble aid take it to the Kentucky Buggy and Returning every four weeks during the year. in resisting to any and all Harness had years of Dr. the collection of what I consider an All work Company on east Broadway. largestWalter has In the country,experience In the Is a graduate of hospital promptly executed. unjust and unlawful tax until the several of the best Colleges mid has for a number 23-t- f. tax-paye- rs 15-t- f. If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, left at your '".' question has been finally decided the courts. Very respectfully, by Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Buggies, carriages and harness repaired by tho Kentucky and Harness Company. 15-t- f. IV p K.'-- . Methodist Church The third quarterly meeting for this Conference Rev. H. year, will be held P. Walker, D. D., of Lexington, will morning at 11 preach o'clock and at night at 8 o'clock. dred dollars' worth of the taxable y at 11 o'clock. Services property therein, unless it should bo fiunday-schoconvenes at 9:30a.m. necessary to enable such city to pay The Epworth League will meet in the interest on, and provide a Sinkof, the class room at 7:30 o'clock p. m. ing Fund for the extinctionto the existing prior Mr. Henderson extends a cordial adoption of the Constitution." invitation to tho members of the I find no provision in the city charGeneral Assembly to attend these ter, or in any of the acts amendatory thereof, authorizing the council to services. make a levy for interest, except it be for Sinking Fund purposes, and in Council Proceedings. every instance tho funds arising levy must bo Regular Meeting, May 24, 1892. from such aparfc.frbm tho kept sepageneral or rate and The council met in regular session revenue fund and used only for the Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, with payment of the interest and principal President Staten and all members of the city's bonded debt. present except Councilman Church. The council should deal fairly with The minutes of tho last meeting tho people. Either fix the levy for were read and approved. general or revenue purposes at one A communication from the Mayor dollar and fifteen cents, and carry was received vetoing the ordinance the amount collected to the revenue allowing the city to levy $1.25 on fund, which is clearly unlawful, or avato Smn wnrtli nf rn.vn.hlfl nronarfcv. fix the lew at seventy-fiv- e cents for The ordinance was passed over the revenue purposes, and forty cents trofn hv n vnt.n nf R fn O. for Sinking Fund purpr es, and reFollowing is the veto message of quire the collecting officers to pay tno Mayor. over to the Board of Sinking Fund Mayor's Office, Commissioners all moneys duo the Frankfort, Ky., May 24th, 1892. Sinking Fund, as required by the act To the Board of Councilmen of the approved April 22d, 1882, to bo used as provided in the ordinance as origiCity of Frankfort: GentlemeNi In accordance with nally drawn. The levy fixed for insection 4 of ordinance No. 22, I sub- terest is illegal, and the funds arising mitted to tho council, through the therefrom may be diverted, and used Finance Committee, estimates of the for every purpose. I am convinced, oxponsos of tho city for the fiscal from an experience of eight years as a year ending December 31st, 1892. I member or tho council, and from a also submitted for tho consideration knowledge of the action of former of the council an ordinance fixing councils, that if this ordinance a law the funds collected the levy, and making appropriations to defray the expenses of tho various on account of interest will be used by departments of the city for tho cur- tho council for general purposes whenever the necessities of the case rent year. The ordinance submitted was reqire it, and the city's Credit abroad drawn to conform with section 157 of will suffer. Such has beon the case tho State Constitution, and providing during tho past year. The interest on tho Water Company cents on for a levy of sevonty-flv- o each ono hundred dollars' worth of Bonds, due January 1st, 1892, was un- to-daol bo-com- es Mayor. A motion was made to have certain crossings repaired, which was referred to the street committee with power to act, and to. report at the next meeting. was received A communication from the Mayor approving the ordinance to dispense with the hook and ladder wagon driver. The communication was filed away. A report was received from J. H. Bailey in regard to guttering on Mero and Clinton streets. Referred to the street committee. A petition from Fannie asking to bo placed on the charity list. Referred to the charity com Richard Tobin, of sears made a specialty of all chronic and gical diseases He undertakes no Incurable eases but has cured hundreds glvfii up to lie treats successfully and does not take the unless a cure can bo guaranteed. surdis- case die. frame residence of eight of being made a double tenement located in a good neighA. II. Smltb, Danville, Ky., Prostrate Gland borhood in South Frankfort, is trouble; I was given up toI die by all general practiand myself gave up all offered for rent. Will rent either tionersmy consulted,so arranged my business,hope, was terms made to will and obliged use Cathather every half hour. And half or all of tho house. For rooms-susceptible House fob Rent A two-stor- y Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing in tho ears. Deafness, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Wadder Troubles, Wright's Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation Rheumatism Paralysis. apply at this office. mittee ing the city attorney to institute suit against all delinquent tax payers. OR SALE. The leasing of the opera house was ' postponed. The Mayor's veto on the sewer ordinance was sustained. PLACE ON FAVORABLE ON which we resldo, TEBMS, THE School, wltb .near the City The council then adjourned. A resolution was adopted empower Fon Sale Fifteen aores of bottom land, situated about two miles weit ofFrankfort, on L. & N. Railroad, adjoining W. L. Collins. Will sell the whole or in, lots at a bargain. For particulars call oh J. A. Goins, Millville, Ky. now entirely well, cured by Dr. Walter. 0. H. Thomas Frankfort, Ky Catarrh of ten years standing; am now completely cured by Dr. CURED. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, Scrotula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., cured by Improved and never falling remedies. DISEASES OK WOMEN, such as Leucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains In back, relieved In short YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED MEN suffering from Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Emotions, the result of errors or excesses, should call before It Is too late, and guarantee a cure Superfluous hair and ull eruptions on the face permanently removed. Remember thn date and come early, as his rooms are always crowded wherever he stops. Walter. EPILEPSY OR FITS POSITIVELY time. f In tlie Nick of Time. The nick of time to stop the course of bladder and kidney complutnts Is when the organs concerned exhibit a tendency to grow Inactive. The faithful Impulse toward activity that they receive from Hostetter's Stomach Bitters rescues thom from impending danger, and averts such dangerous maladies as Brlght's disease and diabetes. Sluggishness of the kidneys Increases a liability to chronic rheumatlsnvgoutand dropsy, and since the blood Is littered by these organs In Its passage through them, the operation of tho bitters serves u doubly happy purpose. The medicine acts without exciting, like the flery stlmulunts of commerce. Malar) J, dyspeptic, constipated and nervous Invalids are thoroughly relieved by It. Since the advent of that shocking malady, la grippe, It has been widely demonstrating Its usefulness as a cura. tlve and preventive of It. two adjoining lots, each fifty feet front on Ewlng street, running back about two hundred feet. The tract Hill be sold as ono or seperately. as desired. For price and terms apply to us or w U. Averlll. MARY AND MAO. PAGE. Examination and consultation free, private or contldentlnl. Address LYMAN P. WALTER, M. D., Louisville, Ky. Dr. Walter can refer you to hundreds of cases In your own State and every State In tho Union, wlilcli he has cured, among tnem the following: Mrs. Kev. J. L. Stokes, Darwin, Ind., Suppress- . ROGERS & SOU. The beautiful designs of our new spring stock of children's CARRIAGES Are bound to please you, and the PRICES were never so LOW. Get You a Suburban Home. semi-an-nu- al Mr. L. B. Marshall will offer his suburban property for sale at publio auction on tho 21st of Juno, and will Many new and pretty things, in sell it aB a whole or in tracts to suit all the woods most fashion- purchasers. The whole property is ble are daily being placed suitable for a dairy farm or market on our floors. garden, and is tho best location for either business any where about tho 3G city. But for a gentleman of moaiiB, who wishes to buy a quiet nice homo, Opp. Court-housit is just tho thing. Read his adverMay2-ly- . tisement in another column. FURNITURE. K. :E2oirexs Son. Urn!!'. ed und painful menstratlons, Mrs. Henry Grl-de- r, Camden, Ind., Female Trouble. Mrs. 11. W. Crockett, Delphi. Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Gus Gin-ricMrs. Martha Owasco, Ind., Lung Trouble. Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast removed without knife or caustic. Miss Uettle Block, Mlchlgantown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. Mrs. Rosa McCarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Cookson, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eyo straightened. Mrs. Sarah Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and Asthma of long standing. Mrs. M. Clark, Mooresvllle, Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic. Miss Sarah Dougherty, ltockneld, Ind., Epllepsey. Mrs. Uincaster, Vlvalla. Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Martinsville. Ind., Catarrh, Doctors said would die with conas ever. Wm. A. Gard, sumption. Is as well y Burlington, Ind., Kidney trouble for four years. Dr. Walter cured me two years ago havo not been troubled since. Elijah Toler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, coutd not see after business as ever. James Wyatt, Delphi, am us well Ind., Could not hear and had a constunt dlscharo from my ears. Ur. Walter cured me entirely. Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J. C. Canine, Waverland, Ind., Catarrh. Dr. .1. W. P. Seller, Greencastle, Cancer of Eyo. Mrs. Mary Jones, Edlnburg, Brights Disease. Dr. Walter glveH these names by permission and they request thut all sufferers should write them In regurd to their case. Dr. Wulter also has many testimonials from patients huvlng been cured of private diseases but does not publish them even by permission but will furnish them upon application. Address to-d- ay h, e. LymanP. Walter, M.D. Louisville, Ky. ChK dAJjj&tiM.ii.ii ;?;' 4 w.v' fcjjfeatti&d 7 ' a M-- M X m at j- -, on 5yU at 01, yr '.,.-. A. oJbLulVlvl ffit Qj WVWfwSvwfiSR FRANKFORT, KY. !V.'" ,v , i pHB& $1 t;v M V . ir-- ' fc' r? Dr. Hale's H ouselioldOint-meu- l K.'' the country, Frankfort is still the village in responding to fire alarmB. I Forks of Elkliorn. Regular services at the Christian Church both morning and evening, at the regular hours. Mr. Scott Sebree, an old citizen of this place, died last Monday, May 23d. 1892. The funeral services were w, Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter, DIXIE'S FWOqiTE. FOR THE WOODS OF THE SOUTff IT HS fiO EQUIjL. Th patent by which this Saw is protected consists of a depression of tho face of tho cutting teeth through the center from point to base, thus removing all friction whllo the durain use, giving strength and stiffness to the teeth and increasing three-folbility of tho "set." WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD to produce a Smr d Sv Ib 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 CoughB and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, .Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's South Side drug store. 5-- ly y rr . I see with increasing regret how little is done by the citizens of Frankfort to encourage the Athletic Club. An institution which should have from the very been start, it has been necessary to take voluntary subscriptions from the members upon several occasions to keep the Club Rooms in proper order. When it Ib remembered how the members have so generously tendered to both the Constitutional Convention and the Legislature the free use of the rooms, I think it a ehamo that all the business men of the city, and all the professional men as well, do not join, whether Odds and Ends. they care to use the rooms or not, city. If the for the good I learn I was in error concerning just officers and of the members had shown Club the entertainments to bo given by that they run the club upon a narthe different departments of the row, selfish basis would bo Public School os they appeared in different; but on the it contrary, they last week'B issue. There will be have moat commendable three entertainments, as stated, but desireshown the Frankfort's interto advance the one Wednesday evening, in the ests even at the expense of their own, school chapel, will be given entirely and I repeat, as they have done, so by the class of '03 of the high school, should they be done by. all the lower grades participating in the exercises of Wednesday morning, while only the graduating class of '02 will appear at the Opera House I have felt at various times a desire to take up the cudgels in deThursday evening. fence of the club since Mr. Miles began his attacks upon it, but seeing be was sincere in his belief that The boys of the base ball club will thatclub was not a good thing for the the have a chance to show what Ib in young men, and knowing that few, them on Monday as they will open if any, of our citizens agreed with the season with their old rivals, the him in that respect, I decided to let The Henry county the matter rest. And now, I am Pleasurevilles. sluggers were about the hardest club urging the matter in a different way; for the 0. & S. to beat last year, and riot to convince any one that the as the personnel of both teams is club is a good thing, but rather to as much Jirettycontestthe same this yearsay- ask those who believe and know that "for blood," as the good thing to help it in its ing is, will probably be the result of it is a The club itself and its purwork. the coming meeting. In truth, it poses need no defence; but it does will be a contest of strength against need, and would appreciate, more of skill, for if the Pleaaureville boys substantial men of the city as could piny as well in proportion to the members. size, as the Frankfort fellows, our William. little team would bo knocked , J. W. Gayle the druggist desires us to publish the following testimony as he handles the remedy and believes it The services at the Baptist Church to be reliable. last Sunday morning were a most I bought a 50 cent bottle of Chamdeparture from the uoual berlain's Pain Balm and applied it to J)leasing the band of little folks who my limbs, which have been afflicted filled the pulpit and sang the gospel with rheumatism at intervalB for one hymns so sweetly were a picture of At the time I bought the Pain innocence that was most affecting. Sear. I waB unable to walk. I can The occasion was the day sot apart truthfully say that Pain Balm has by the church for its yearly offering completely cured me. R. H. Farr, to the Baptist Orphans' Home, and Holywood, Kan. Mr. A. B. Cox, the the sweet pleading of the little ones, loading druggist at Holywood, combined with one of the most thor- vouches for the truth of the above oughly earnest sermons which it has statemont. ever been our good fortune to listen to, had the effect of opening both Dress Goods. hearts and purses. There were many eyes during Mr. Taylor's diswet We course, and none who were present woolen offer our stock ofatcolored cost. novelty dress goods can think of the occasion without Sam. D. Johnson & Co. feeling the better therefor. self-sustaini- conducted by Rev. Burdin. The farming business is in rather a backward state, owing to the continued wet weather. Mrs. Rebecca Pettie broke ground last Monday for the erection of an additional residence on her premises in our town. Mr G. M. Brock, ever mindful of the epicurean qualifications of the Pedagogue, as well as those of the Roundabout force, presented us with a supply of as fine strawberries last Wednesday as the country affords. The thanks of the whole Pedagogue family are hereby tendered. His farm, "Crescent View," produces this lucious fruit in abundance. Mr. Quincy Metz was in Louisville last Wednesday in the interest of his tobacco. Fried chickens, ice cream and "sicK" have arrived. Mr. T. J. Lucas has been on the sick list this week. son, Herbert, have returned home from a two months' visit to relatives in Bath county. Mr. S. O. Love, who has resided in Mrs. equaling the ATKINS FAST CUTTING DEXTER. per DDlrB, Sliver Steel, Inelndlnsr Handles, 81.00 per foot, .75 foot Special Steel, Without Handle. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Tho largo demand for tho Atkixs Concave Tootti Dxxtzr Saw has led competitors to make inferior Saws which they claim "as good as the Dexter." These imitation 8aws are made from a lower grade of steel, inferior workmanship, and without the patent concave tooth. Ask your hardware dealer for the "Atkins Dsxtkk" and take no other. If the dealer will not order it for you, remit amount with order direct to us. ATKINS F . Is. Ml 1X1 llO Men. 12-6-m QL A, Pfl UU., MMipdfcM. Minneapolis. Minn. MnplMm. CMfiHogiJcftb e. o..w, DR. W. I. KELLEY, "THE KING" SICKLE AND TOOL GRINDER FOB OUINDINO Mattie Whittington and little OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the FHOEXTIX HOTEL, IN LEXINGTON, KY.. Saturday, May 28th, 1892. napolis. Saturday, Juno 18th, 1892. Mr. Job. Cleveland had the misfortune to have his left hand bo badly HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical mashed last week as to cause ampu- operation an d with little or no pain. tation of the index finger. BEEEBENCES . ' Miss Amanda Williams, of Bath W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. county, is visiting friends and relaJ. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. tives in our midst. The Franklin County Teachers' J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. V. Bcrberlch, Frankfort, Ky. Association will convene in FrankBev. L. P. llulett, Benson. Ky. fort at Superintendent Hunter's office the third Saturday in June, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year. FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT. A. U . McClure, tV. our community during the past several months, has removed to India- Saturday, May 7th. 1892. KNIVES, MOWING MACHINES PLOWS, HATCHETS, SHOVEL AXES, GRUBBING HOES, TOOLS, ETC. j n i.1 sky-hig- h. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. DB. KELLEY'S office and residence is at 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, ami where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR- J. Hughes. Frankfort, Frankfort. Ky. Ky. .i .pi. V?TT-- " ' ma ' V '""Tj Rev. E. S. Alderman returned home on last Saturday from Wilmington, North Carolina. Miss Mattie Greenup visited friends at Cedar Run the first of the week. Mr. George Brock iB at work on Mrs. Petty's cottage in the Forks. All the gardens are looking nicely, in spite of frost and the cold weather we DAYS, ittinplilets describing these diseases and the mcxlo of treatment sent free to any one W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FBEE. The best ami only successful ever m:uie for the purpose. For sale by PRICE $5 00. MASTIN BBOS. 7 Mrs. Dr. Triplett Ib at homo again after a month's visit to friends in are having. SPAVIN kalus J CUREf 35-4- t. 38-2- t. ff , Cow The person who lost The following explains why my a dry Alderny cow, with one horn friend Anderson Gaines hus made so shorter than the other and ring and many visits to Warsaw recently. It hole in the right ear, can hear of her will be in the nature of a surprise to whereaboutB by calling and paying many of his friends who didn't know for thiB notice. The party has had that matters were quite bo serious. her for two weeks and wants the The "old man" has my moBt heart- owner to come and take her away. Stray atthoirhome, Warsaw, Ky., Wednesday, Juno 8th, 1892, 2:30 p. m. felt sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Griffin invite you to be present at the marriage of their daughter, Lillian Gipson to Mr. Will Anderson Gaines . Millinery. All untrimmed bonnets and hats at half furniuhed prices. Sam D. Fayette county. Mr. Loyd Featherston and son, Steve, were visiting friends in this neighborhood last week. Mrs. Henry Greenup and Master Russell Greenup, and Mrs. Julia Hucrhes are on the sick list this week. Mr. W. W. Wilkerrfon and wife, of Fayette county, have been visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity the past week. Miss Maggie Thomas, of Frankfort, CUBES has been visiting the Misses French the past week. The heaviest rain of the season fell LOSS OF APPETITE, here Thursday morning. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Miss Sue Johnson, after spending Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, several weeks with relatives here, reHeadache, Nervous Pros turned home Tuesday to attend the tration, Neuralgia, Palwedding of her niece, Miss Jennie pitation of the Heart, Wright, of Hatton. Loss of Energy. Weakness of Back, Feelings of Miles' Nerve and Liver MJp The Most Successful Remedy everdlscor ered, as It is certain In its effects and docs not blister. Bead proof below 1 TONIC Kendall's Spavin Cure. Sherwood, Md., May 2, "00, Dr. B. J. Kxkdall Co.: Gents About three years atco I wrote to yon about a horse Iownod who had a Spavin. I mod six bottles ot your Kendall's Spavin Cure, and It mads a complete Cure. 1 hate recommended it to ethers whohuvo usod It with Ilka succour. Mas. Anhis . KUUUHOK. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Linden. 'Warren Co., Vo., June 23, 1889. Dr. B. J. Kcndau. Co.: Dear Blni I must say that I once tried a bottlo of your Kendall's Spavin Curo on a coll. and It entirely removed n bone spavin and I did not use an the bottlo lu removing It. Tha horse Is slzor seven years old, very sound, andhas done hard work all of the time. Respectfully yours, . Kingston Salubcbt. three-year-ol- d Johnson & Co. Pills. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt The best salve in the world Fever foi get anything like the correct tion of Frankfort should have the bell ring a few timea about half past seven on a pleasant evening. If thero was one person who wended hiB way to see whatcausod the alarm Monday ovening, there wore at least a few thousand, and you could not help wondering whore they all came from. One of the most metropolitan in many ways of the cities of its size in flro-alarm The census taker who would Rheum, popula- Sores, Tetter, y Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi-tivelcures Piles, or no pay reGinghams. quired. It is guaranteed to give re perfect satisfaction, or money gingBig reduction funded. Price 25 cents per box. ham from 7 centBin price good up. For sale by SouthSide drug store, Sam. D. Johnson & Co. 45-l5-- Act on a now principle regulating the liver, stomach ana bowels though In uie for 25 yearn v emluotit physicians the nerves. A now discovery. Dr. urgeau lu the United Htnten, and pro. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, ind nounceJ by them tho hesl TONIC extxnl piles, constipa- It cure where ult others full. Try It ana bt bad taste, torpid liver, tion. Splondul for men, women and convinced. Ast your Druuglst for It. children. Smallest, mildest, surest. PRICE, $1.00 PElfc BOTTIiE. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gayle'B, Frankfort, Ky. J. ED RAY Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc, Kendall's Spavin Cure. Colombia, Ala., July H, 1889. Da. B. J. Kexdau, Co. : Gents I have effectually removed one case of bono spiwtu with your Kendall's Spavin Cure. I cheerfully recommend It to all. Bcspcctfully, It. O. Kxianr. Price $1 por bottle, or six bottles for $5. All have It or can got It for you, or It will bo sent to any address on receipt of price by the proprle loss. OR. B. J. KENDALL CO., drug--gist- & J)0 Manfs. and Proprs., W. E. AVERILL, Sole Agent, Frankfort, Ky. JunelS-ly- . iy P. H, Carpenter. 38-2- t. Aug.l-Iy- , Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. rtyl i "-- lV"- ' ' .I .uiiisiiiii! fflHH r-ti'. w, t-.,,- , t'.w vWwTSirciwryr 'n"T ''? vf, fev 8 Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishin gs GO TO Best, Biggest and Cheapest SHOE HOUSE In Kentucky. T & STARKS Best and Biggest SHOE HOUSE In entuolsy. PHAITKFORT AND LOTJISVILLE. TXT": HAVE TXaiEJ BIGGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST Clothing, Hat, Shoe and Furnishing Houses in Kentucky. Good Suits, $5, $6, $7, $8. Fine Suits, $10, $15, $20. Dress Suits, $.15, $20, $25, $30. SEE OUR Boys' and Children's CRUTCHER FRANKFORT- JaWHEHBBaraeysiR -- & AND- STARKS, -- SEE OUR Boys' and Children's STTXI'S- US3SZ22ZZ3SZ&3S&L': LOUISVILLE. STTII'S- yi 4 IBM Xlte Greatest Strike. Among the great strikes that of Dr. Miles in discovering his New Heart Care has proven itself to be one of the most important. The demand for it has become astonishing Already the treatment of heart disease is being revolutionized, and many unexpected cures effected. It coon relieves short breath, fluttering, pains in side, arm, shoulder, weali and hungry spells, oppression, swelling of ankles, smothering and heart iropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart and Nervous disease, free. The Now Heart Cure is sold and! guaranteed by J. W. 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B. 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 from Central Union station, Cincinnati, where connection is made with the Queen & Cresent route and Louisville & Nashville railroad, avoiding the disagreeable transfer across the city necessary via other lines, enter Chicago in full view of the World's Fair buildings, and stop at VanBuren, street opposite Auditorium, Leland and Richelieu WM. Four World's Fair CHILD BIRTH Route to Chicago. MADE EASY! Friend " is a scientifically prepared Liniment, every ingredient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown CROMWEU EY-AT-LA- " Mothers' ATTORN RJ3AZ, WILL W Aim ESTATE IN TUB AGJB2VT. TABLER'SDIIC UCKEYEMLt MB HsslBBMssmstVlsnVsSt "MOTHERS' FRIEND" BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ca. COURTS 01 Franklin and the adjoining counties, ant will also glv special attention to the iiuroham and sale of real estate, collection of r nta claim and the aegotlatinn of loam. 1nn2M it PRACTICE CURES HOTHMByTggLES, Moore's Poultry Remedy. A SURE 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 f 1.60 per bottlfl SOLD BY ALL and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. CO., ST.tonS. rrtpiredbjrniCIURDBOX.TAYLOKUED. "' TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures CHOLERA AND tion of GAPES. Kentucky Midland Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND More then pays for Its use In the extra produc- JUaGI8T8. S3 FRANKFORT. Hail fell on Saturday afternoon, General Passenger Agent, Get u trial box. Cincinnati, O. about one mile and a half from this A SMALL NOW DISTILLERY, place, for forty minutes, doing great ii- in operation, for sale cheap. Only $4,(100. damage to fruit trees and standing A rare bargain. Apply to M.T.MITCHELL. crops. Fishermen's Rate. Jan.23-tf- . Frankfort Ky. The new Christian Church at this CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, Taking effect April 10th, the fisherwill be Slace29th, and dedicated issisBippi Valley Co, are be- men's rate to Elkhorn and Switzor hn)): Nw preparations the ing made to feed all who may attend. will bo one fare forT. X. round trip. DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION and limited All tickets form R. Washington, Philadelphia, to date of sale. SOUR-MAS- Martin, FOR SALE. - - as - Onlr direct line between Frankfort, Georgetown lisle, and Paris, Car- Mayaville, Cynthiana, Falmouth and Covington, ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND. One Way to be Happy, O. D. Is at all times to attend the com forts of your family. Should any one Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. of them catch a slight cold or cough, prepare yourself and call at once on Chapman & Williams and get a trial From Sire to Son. bottle of Otto's Cure, the great German Remedy, Free. Wo give it away to prove that we have a sure cure As a family medicine Aunt Fanny's for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consump- Health Restorer passes from sire to tion, and all diseases of the throat son as a legacy. If you have kidney, 28 and lungs. Large sizes 50c. liver or blood disorder do not delay, but get a free sample package of this remedy at once. If Cheap Rates to Chicago. tion. ffnnRtination. you have IndigesHeadache. Rheu matism, etc., this grand specific will The Kentucky Midland is selling cure you. Chapman & Williams, the tickets from tfrankiorc to unicago, leading druggists, are distributing .Largo via Cincinnati, at $7.50. samples free to the alulcted. C. D. Bercaw, 28 packages 60c. A. & G. F. Beiicaw, G. P. A. . Now York, Baltimore, Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET AND SUNDRIES. GOODS TRAINS HUN BY CENTRAL STANDAHO TIME. AND ALL EASTERN EAST BOUND CITIES. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER IS. 18tfl. FiDest April SODA WATER TIME TABLE MAY 9 1892. in Frankfort, TRAINS E AST. Lv. Lv. I Fust Mull 864utn 12 Limited Accm. Express Dully Dally Dully. u.iiiy. Ex Sun. ex Sun 735um tiOupm 1140am 6 30pm 6 45pm 1230pm 7 OOnm P M P M P M No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. (1.00 Lexington . Lve Winchester " Mt. Sterling " A Lv. Frankfort . . 8 2,tom 712pm main in07nm 840am Cattlettsburg " 1228pm 10 23pm 69am 12NJpm 104?pm SOuin Huntington Washington " fiH5mn 2 10pm Philadelphia " 1047UIU 650pm New York Arr. 120pm 820pm fih In nil . . " DAILY, l oopm 7 35pm WEST BOUND, DAILY; Lv Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris Lv. Georgetown Lv. C. S. Dopot I v. Nowtown Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Summit Elkhorn Swltzer Duvall .A. . 6.06 (5.11 stumping Ground Johnson . . 6.18 fi.82 .B. 0. A. I 6.89 6 44 6.52 6.56 7.09 7.18 7.23 7.37 3.40 3.46 3.61 3.58 4.11 4.18 4.23 4.30 4 40 4.54 6.03 5.07 5.20 No. 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 Z85 8.00 3.20 3.35 3.45 4.05 . i P. The Golden Secret of Long Life. Are You Going? v W The Queen and Orosent route being equipped with solid vestibuled trains, Koop the head cool, the feet warm the Queen and Oresent Special, and and the bowels open. Aunt Fanny's the Cincinnati Limited, will have tho Is a vegetable prepaHealth Restorer Republican trains to ration and aots as a natural laxative, popular Convention thoIndianapoliB. at greatest remedy ever dis- National and is the to LEXINGTON covered for the cure of Dyspepsia, Tickets will bo sold June lBt 26th,5th, MT. STERLING dcMOHKUEAD & LEXINGTON accommodations run dally at for return Liver Complaint and all Blood, Liver good of one faro until" June for tho round trip. Call on Chap- rate and Kidney Diseases. and THROUGH SLKKl'INU or any ashlngton and New Yorlc UAUS tochange.from man & Williams and get a trial pack- For sleeping car reservations without special intormation or accommoaa 28 age free. Large size 60o. c. L. O W. Babnkt. tionB call on or address ticket agents 2 Gen.Brown.Agent, G. A.. Lexington, Ky. Pass. of tho Queen & Orescent Route, or v. p. a., Cincinnati, o. a. A.. Ashland. Ky. Children Cry or. Pitcher's Castoria J o. Edwards, I Huntington Lve. GOOuin 135pm 645rm Cattlettsburg " 626uui i 4pm v lipm 0S7um 205pm 727pm Ashland Ex Sun. Mt. Sterling Lve. 1027am 508pm 120pm 625am Winchester ." 1115am G45pra 155pm 715am Lexington . Arr, 1205pm U2opm 2 4opm 805am Louisville Arr. ozopin 050pm 74(Jpin1160am IMU m uuw; urtTltlirt lillUL LiU irurpinni VHTlDl EJ 1IUUUUU Li.bO.lAlb AWM sltiflv In connection wltn Cueaapualce & Ohio 'F. F. V.' ' KTAtu Virl? t runs (daily and FAST MAIL TWAINS make local stops between Lexington . aud Huntington. HUNTINGTON :& MORKHEAD accommoaa tlons run dally. TRA1N3 WEST. . . . Ar. Centervllle. . . . Ar. Newtonw . . . . Ar.C. S. DeDot . . . Ar. Georgetown .B. Ar, jonnson Ar. Duvall . ..." V Paris Ar. Elizabeth Lv. No. 2. No. 4 8.00 6.50 8.12 6.01 8.10 6.08 HIP M1MPH BINo.12" 617 6.52 7.06 7.16 7.35 7.65 4.40 6.07 6.15 5.30 5.50 a24 8,36 8.49 R54 9.01 9.13 9.19 9.20 9.33 a4i Ar.StamplngGround Ar. Swltzer Ar. Elkhorn Ar. Summit Ar. Frankfort . . . A ...... . 6.37 6.40 6.48 0.64 7.01 7.13 7.19 7.25 7.33 8.10 a20 8.80 A connects with L. & N.' B connects with Q. & 0. and O connects with K. O. L.a , a ootf E. B. WEITZEL, 0. D. DER0AW, City Ticket Agent, Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt, The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest routo to all points north, south and west. For further information apply to their agents,