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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892060401 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. y '!' ,( n MRP?? i The Volume XV. A Feamfort Botomboijt. A GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance. FRANKFORT, KY.. JUNE 4, 1891 roMtCTB Highest of all in Number 39 miHMBamw mag Husband's Mistake. livening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 7,i839, - Husbands too oflon permit wives, and parents their children, to suffer frcm hoadache, dizziness, neuralgia, aloeplessness, fits, norvouanesi, when by the uso of Dr. Miles' Restorative Norvine such soriouB results could easily be prevented. Druggists everywhere say it gives universal satisfaction, and lias an immense sale. Wood-wort& Co., of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Snow & Co., of Syracuse, N. Y.; J. 0. Wolf, Hillsdale, Mich.; and hundreds of others say "it is the greatest seller they ever know." It contains no opiates. Trial bottles and fine booh on nervous Diseases free, at fi J. W. Gayle's. h 1 k ABSOLUTELY PURE I j! Baking Powder S. "R. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Wallpaper! Ceiling Decorations! New and Attractive Stock of Clicsuut Grove. "VVn v Tnxrn Vnr1 V n rrtinnf. rlnnl wim of rain IV JL !L iniutuio very late about planting their crops. Mr. W. M. Allison's baby, who has been very ill for some time, has About recovered. Mr. Pierce and family, of Pea Allen Reflector. Hibge, attended Ohurch Sunday and WHO AKE THEY. enjoyed seeing a great many of their old Iriends. "Prof. John R. Proctor, despite the Mr. Merit Stephens and wife, visit- little and contemptible methods reed Mrs. Charity Kendall, Sunday sorted to in an effort to belittle him has come out on top with flying last. Prof. Proetor is one the Mr. J. S. Moore has lately concluded colors.and best men connectedofwith finest that this section is too rough for a the State Goverhment and and bicycle so he has taken his to a level justice always triumph in right end. the county. "Now let the squirt guns be filled with Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, son and mudy water and pointed in another daughter, and also Mr. Newel Pierce direction " Bowling Green Times. and Miss Lucy Dennis visited Mr. Joe Allison and wife Sunday last. Happy Hooslers. Rev. Reed will preach at Polk Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of Ida on Friday night ville, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters Moore's school-hous- e and Sunday evening, at the usual has done more for me than all other hours. All are invited. for that bad, medicines combined feeling arising from 1 .idney and Success to the dear old RoundaLiver trouble." John Leslie, farmer bout. and stockman, of same place, says: Guess Who. Kttvnwt v wwj efforts of this department have at Advertised Letters at tracted more capital and people to Frankfort, Ky. "a'8 Statu in the last ten years than Below will be foutij n list of advertised Survey be put upon a more substan tial basis than ever. To discontinue letters for tlie week ending June 4th, it now or to cripple it with itisuflicionl lH'JL': funds is to retard the progress and Abbott, J. L. Miss Kendall. prosperity of the best of Stato3. Brooks, Miss Alice Florence BROWN AND WHITE BLANKS, BRONZES AND GILTS, Tlie Secret of Success. J. W. Qayle, druggist, believes that the secret of success is perseverance. Therefore ho porsists in konping the finest line of perfumeries, toilet articles, cosmetics, drugs and chemicals on the market. He especially invitee nil poisons who have palpitation, short breath, weak or hungry spells "Find Electric Bitters to oe the best Kidney and Liver me'cine. Made me feel like a new man." f. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, btone town, says: Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't Oiire whether he lives or dies; he found new strength, good appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at P. H. 2 Carpenter's Drug Store. pain in side or shoulder, oppression, night mare, dry cough, smot' ering, Jropsy or heart disease to try Dr. "Miles' unequaled New Heart Cure joforoitis too late It has tlio largest sale of any similar remedy. Fine book of testimonials free. Dr. Miles' lies' or.itive Nervine is unsurpassed for nlfeplPMiiiPHs, headache, fits, etc . 5 and iL contains no opiates. Kentucky Geological Sup vey. A visit to the department of the s Geological Survey at Frankfort as a revelation to most people. The accuracy and extent of the work that has been done since 1854 by the Survey, first under the direction of Dr. D. D. Owens, then N. S. Shaler, and lastly J. R. Proctor, is all wonderful to contemplate. The State's boundary has been definitely located. Coal measures have been discovered, named and opened. The topography s of of the State has been exactly mapped and published. Eastern Kentucky has peon redeemed from barbarism, and Central Kentucky from ignorance. Through its "work alone Kentucky has been able to increase in assessed valuation over two hundred millions of dollars and the immense resources of the State made known to the world. It is not disparagement of the work of his predecessors, but a deserved tribute to himself to say these results are mainly due to the intelligent and unremitting labors of the present director oi cue survey, Mr. J. K. Proctor. In addition to his thorough knowledge of geology, he possesses an ardent love for Kentucky, and his gentle courtesy and modesty are as pronounced and admirable and his infoimation is extensive and his industry untiring. His practical acquaintance with his lifo work is displayed in passionate love of the specimens he has gathered which is only exceeded by his oxuberant and exultant hopes for the material prosperity of his State. Not only has his jiainstaking research led to the development of the coking coals and bpe-ratethree-fourth- Postmaster. .On account meeting Supreeme Lodge A. 0. U. W.. Helena, Montana, Mrs. H. E. Welinan, June 15th. the L. & N. Railroad will sell round trip tickets to above point, on Juno Gth to Juno 13th, inclusive, No., 2 Linn St., Janesville,Wis., under good to return thirty days from date date of June 10, writes tho following: Kenyon &Thoma8,8irs: I was confined of sale, at one fare for round trip. to my bed four months with inflammaW. W. Alexander, tion of the right ovary; had a good Agent. physician, tried almost everything, got very little help until I tried your Glad Tidings. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, about four months ago. It has done wonThe grand specific for the pre- ders for me. I can do quite a good vailing malady of the age, dyspepsia, day's work. I have every reason to liver complaint, rheumatism, costive-nes- beiieve that it will entirely cure me. general debility, etc., is Aunt I am also using your Dr. Halo's Fanny's Health Restorer. This great Household Tea with good results. herbal tonic stimulates the digestive . Sincerely yours, organs, regulates the liver and reMrs. H. E. Welljian. stores the system to vigorous health This great medicine is for sale at and energy. Sample free. Large Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. packages 60c. Sold by Chapman & 3 29 Williams. s, One Fare. Barnes, Miss Cor- - King, Mrs. Addie- line day Barnett, George Lagamr, Mrs. A. Baker, Miss Addie D. Combs, Edward Lemon. George E. Conway. Joseph Mefford. Miss Eudora Conroy, Mike McFarland, Mrs. Combs, W. M. Dudley, Dr. W. B. Mary McWilliams, Lee Dnvall, Mrs. Mason, Thomas Mattie Dine, Mrs. H. M. Miller, T. A. Daily, Miss Fannie Mitchell, U. S. G. Engalls, John Peter, J. O. Fisier, Thos. 31. Price, Miss Lute Rawlings, Dave Fitch, N. R. Fields, Miss Julia Ryan, Miss Chrleyh nie T. Rorhirick, J. B. Graves, P. H. Green Miss Hat-- Rector, Louis Stewart, Dehl tie Hundley, Mrs. Suter, Jesse A. Sulivant, Thos. L. Amanda Smith, Miss Vi cto- Hill, O. T. ria Hutchison, Miss Stevenson, E. Fannie Turner, Miss Sallie Hinton, Mary Housholder. N. S. Weston, Carrel Hays, Miss V. K Wilson, Mary Ingram, Grande- - Waffol, Miss Lue- and ville Jackson, James Yarbrough, Miss Annie Jackson, Trans. Kolt, A. G. When culling for those letters say advertised. Fan-Foste- r, INGRAINS AND FELTS, PRESSED AND RELIEF GOODS j V&ttXSSCTVrJtABSfSraWra Now on Exhibition 51 rf CHOICE C0L0RiNQS9K- -- wiwbiELABOEATE DESIGNS. Estimates and samples furnished out of town trade. First-clas- s decorators employed. Satisfaction and lowest prices guaranteed. Tinting a specialty. ' C. F. BROWER 4 CO. J. M. Saffell, Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. Forget that I am selling every clay the -- yrade of X3I-BZTVIESIE! at the same PRICE that cheap seconds are being offered at Dr ISIEST? cost. Hoes, Bales, Forks, paints, Oils M . Varnisn. The largest stock, the lowest price. k Reduced Rates. Great Triumph. Instant relief experienced and a On account American Medical Association, Detroit, Michigan, Juno permanent cure by the most speedy 7 to 11, tho L. & N. Railroad will sell and greatest remedy in the world-Ot- to's cure for throat and lung round trip tickets to above point on June 5th to Gth, good to return until diseases. Why will you continue to and including June 15th, at reduced irritate your throat and lungs with rates. For further information apply tnac terriDie nacKiiig cuugu wuuu Chapman & Williams will furnish to you a free sample bottle of this great W. W. Alexander, guaranteed remedy? Its success is Agent. . simply wonderful, as your druggists tell you. Otto's Tlie National Prohibition willevery town andeuro is now sold village on this in Convention at Cincincontinent. Sample free. Large bot- M tf HAI Hardware Merchant JACOB S WIGERT & CO., Have Removed From the Bafzell Building -1- nati. tles 50c. 29 Delegates from tho South attending this Convention, buying tickets over the Queen and Oresent Route will bo enabled to stop over on return trip, at Harriman, Tennessee, the Prohibition Town, in order to participate in tho celebration which will be hold there on July 4th, without extra o CO U2 w O . c3 101 MD 102 -- Delegates from other sections of tho country after the close of the Cincinnati on the other mining industries of Eas- Convention, leavingpurchase tickets tern and Western Kentucky but his July 1, 2, 3 or 4, can return at reduced to Harriman and artistic nature and constant lauding rates. of Kentucky's merits have led to the production in the literary magazines of this country and Europe, of illus- A Horrible Railroad Accident trated and descriptive articles of the most attractive and remunerative Is a daily chronicle in our papers; sort for the people of the State. Whatever Kentucky now enjoys in also tho death of some dear friend, actual or projected blast furnaces who has died with Consumption, and basic steel factories, and in iron whereas, if lie or sho had taken and coal production, is the result of Otto's cure for throat and lung the painstaking labors and intelligent diseases in time, life would have been publications of the Geological Survey. rendered happier and perhaps saved. And that women, wnisky and horses Heed the warning! If you havo a are not the only products of the cough or any affection of tho throat "dark and bloody ground" is becom- and lungs call at Chapman & Wiling known more and more every day, liams' and got a trial bottle free. 20 through the same agonoy. The Largo sizo 50o. charge. Ph MN STREETS CO H 5. (1) n (D jj o o o 3 PI c M O jiBasEmEiit nf the Capitol Hotel.- - "They will fill this space with an entirely new advectbcjaot t short time. a 0) H. M G, 4 o cj --4 Ph b Ph M o r P3 i d " t3 Pi MATTEM, -- t:e3::e- j M. BEATTY, Attorney at Law & A'eat Estate Agtn A a m Ph Pi h o 2M o 3 5 o CO miw I Kstlll, Juukson, Pouell, counties StMt.5-tt- . BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. PHACTICJES IN LEE, llltEATMTT, WOLFE, Uluy and other ) "W.J.CHINN, JR, Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House. Jan. SIM y. i in a 5. 334 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY. Of- 'J Jas h....'',v .. (B IMCxllDTJLi'na. "W"t,g;oxx& Tarov SSuLXrios- - -- Iiroxx JrLooflxxgv JLjiJLjXxI JT v 0'3(, TRfeHT S( . "E U tf" w X XjL X vyJ ST! 95 We will begin selling' at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds Bock 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 g;oods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Mrs. Northcotte has returnedto her home in Chicago. Mrs. Dulaney, of Princeton, ia in this city. Mr. James G. Dudley has returned from a short trip to Chicago. Miss Annie Tobin left Saturday for Lebanon to spend the summer. Mrs. John Morgan, of Lexington, is visiting relatives in this city. Mr. Lee Wainscott, of Georgetown, attended the hop Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Heinel, of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. J. Weitzel. Miss McCormack, of Henderson, is the guest of Miss Evelyn Brown. Mrs. Malloy and children, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. Con. McCaul-if- f. vis-frien- ds n .. ml '01 M ' i :i g T OOLL A & B8R0 Opposite the Farmers Bank. 'f Addressed tlie Class. Blow from a Stepfather. Miss Anita Muldoon, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Maymo Bull on Cross street, Ml'. Frank Miller and wife, of Richmond, are visiting his parents on the South Side. Mrs. M. W.Wilhoit, of Owen county, is visiting Mrs. Ada Garrett, on the South Side. Miss Bessio Devore, of Richmond, is visiting Miss Octavia Millor on Murray street. Miss Katie Wilcoxsen, of is visiting Miss Mary Jett, on Shelby street. Miss Jennie Quinn, of Georgetown, is visiting Miss Janie Dehoney, on upper Main street. Mrs. S. D. Winter and Mrs. R. D. Rash, of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting relatives in this city. Miss Sue GheBlin has returned to her home in Louisville, after a visit to Mrs. J. H. Graham. Miss Tillie Branch, of Allendale, this county, has been visiting Miss Mattie Jones this week. Mrs. G. Alex Robertson and Mrs. Jas. R. Ely returned Saturday from a visit to friends in Cincinnati. Miss Annie Monroe, of Lexington, who has been visiting Mrs. Sam D. JohnBon, left for home Thursday. Ohris-tiansbur- g, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Howard and daughter, Miss Alice, are visiting friends at Frankfort. Winchester Sun. Mr. Charles E. Taylor, jr., and bride, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday good fortune. . . and Monday in this city visiting his parentB. Bank Failure. Clay, who has been visMiss Annie Tho Merchants and Miners Bank of iting Miss Christine Reynolds, re- Talapoosa, Georgia, has closed its turned to her homo in Lexington doors. Tho bank was founded and Thursday. largely capitalized by Keptuckians, of Louisville, and Mr. J. W. Caseldino, formerly of Mr. Harry G. Bush, of Rev. spent several days in this city this Eminence, and father-in-laof Mr. Robert P. H. G. Henderson, of this city, was week, the guest the cashier. Mr. Caseldino resigned Popper, jr. of the Farmors and Rev. Paph. Julian, wife and chil- the cashiership Eminence about dren, of Warsaw, Indiana, are visiting Drovers Bank of removed to TalaMiss Annie two years ago and Mrs. Julian's sister, poosa to take charge of tho now Herndon, in this county. bank. A full investigation by tho Rev. H. G. Henderson leaves Mon- courts acquitted Mr. Caseldino of all day for Shelbyville to attend the blamo in connection with the failure, commencement exercises at Science and the citizens of Talapoosa apHill Female College. Mr. Henderson plaud his entire course in tho mat-tois on the Board of Examination. but the trouble throw him into a Van Arsdell, of Miss Stella severe spell of illness. who has been visiting Miss When winter's wind, with mad turLizzie Hudson, in this city, and Miss moil, Sweeps over hills and plains. Lillie Young, in Versailles, returned Oil home Monday morning accompanied 'Tis then you need Salvation To heal your aches and pains. Hudson. by Mrs. W. P. . w Some two months ago Charley Rev. George Darsie delivered tho address before the graduating class Romans, a little colored boy aged of Winchester Female College last twelve years, who lived with his Wednesday night. mother and stepfather, in a house in the alley just back of Swigort's block Clmrcli Supper. on St. Clair street, got out of bed one An ice cream entertainment will morning and began to play with his two years younger, and be given in Forks of Elkhorn Baptist tho racket they raised so enraged Church yard, near Ducker's, on Saturday evening, June 11, 1892, from John Brooks, the stepfather, that he 7:30 to 10:30 o'clock. The customary caught up a plank, ran up stairs and began beating the Romans child with price for supper will be charged. it, striking him upon the head, shoulEverybody invited. ders and legs. The next day the Col. Davis' House Burned. little fellow began to complain, of his head, a lump having formed upon it The residence of Col. John F. and in a few days he took to his bed. of Agricul- His mother called in a physician, but Davis, ture, was destroyed by fire at Shelby- did not tell him at first what caused ville at 2 o'clock Thursday night. the trouble. When tho doctor was The house and contents were entire- informed ho treated'him for it, bu ly consumed, and there was only the little fellow grow gradually worse eighteen hundred dollars insurance one side finally becoming paralyzed upon the property. until he died on Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Stubenrauch, who had been Water Spout. sending the child delicacies to eat About 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon during his illness, heard of the cruel a large cloud burst just east of the treatment he had received, and told Forks of Elkhorn. The whole face of Mr. Ed. Grant, who reported the the earth was flooded, the crops were matter to Mr. Ben Farmer, Secretary greatly damaged, and Holton's of the Humane Society. Mr. Farmer branch became a rushing torrent, sent for Officer Henry Brown and carrying off fencing and one bent of placed tho case in his hands, who the Kentucky Midland trestle, which made an investigation, and upon his report a warrant was sworn out by crosses the stream. the Society for Brooks' arrest and he Two Couples Wedded. was locked up. Mr. Farmer then made application to tho County evening, at 8 Attorney to have an inquest held upon On Wednesday o'clock, Mr. Alonzo A. Wallace and the body of tho dead boy, and Coroner Miss Annie M. Thompson were mar- Dehoney was notified, who summoned ried at the Southern Presbyterian a jury and ordered an autopsy to be Church by Rev. John II. Burdin. performed. The investigation reAbout the same hour at the homo sulted in the jury finding that the of tho bride, Mr. Gordon Triplottand boy came to his death fr.om tho Miss Carrie Moyers were made man effects of a blow upon tho head inand wife by Rev. W. G. Neville. flicted by John Brooks. The autopsy revealed the fact that both tho outer Johnny's Fortune. and inner plates of the skull were By the death of Mr. A. A. Thomp- crushed and that an abcess had formed both on the outside and inson, grandfather of Mr. John tho popular young man who is side, and a large portion of tho brain learning the drug business at the and a portion of tho inside of tho South Side drug store of Mr. P. H. skull had been absorbed. Carpenter, Johnny and his two Brooks claims that tho boy was brothers and a sister, who reside in struck upon the head with a rock by Lexington, came into the possession a schoolmate, but tho proof before of a farm of three hundred acres ly- tho jury was that tho injured child ing in Marion county. Johnny in told everyone who asked him about it one of tho brightest, jolliost and that BrookB struck him, and tho little most accommodating little fellows in boy who was present when tho beattho city, and everyone who knows ing was administered also'stated that him will congratulate him on his he saw and heard the lick given. half-brothe-r, Mc-Gurk, GOOD THINGS ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, . .3 THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE DT OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. M f OUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM : 4 hundieds diminishes. take from it, yet it never g This, of course, is because spring of supply there is a never-dyinstream. that feeds the f u SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE They become So do sluggish stocks not fit for commerdecayed. They are cial use any more than decayed meat. Finally, they are known as "dead." CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER IN THE BEST CONDITION and a constant flow of trade keeps a stock in best condition. We have no dead stock, because our stock never stands still. It is always flowing out and flowing in. 4. DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVANTAGE of buying always from a olean, fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading with. 1. R. K. McCLURE JS. OlfflfcJLM.-StojL---;- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. us Hiiro ns hot weather comes there will bo more or less bowel complaint in this vicinity. Every person, and especially families ought to have some reliable medicine at hand for instant use in case it is neoded. A 25 or 50 cent bottle of Ohamberlian's .TiiHf-, Capital City Business E3A. BZjISIEHIIEID College. i is just what you ought to have and all that you would need, even for the most severe and dangerous cases. It is tho best, tho most reliable and successful treatment known and is pleasant to take. For sale by J. W. . Gaylo, Druggist. 39-lm- Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1891. Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, Tlie Old Original Remedy Leads. "Mi-crobl- ," Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott,' Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. r, Har-rodsbur- g, Young ladles and gentlemen prepared for mercantile life. Sick people Bhould not bo deceived by pretenders who talk about IN "germs," "baccilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventBusiness Correspondence,. Shorthand, ing people from buying tho original Business writing, tested medioino. "Radam's Microbe Book-keepin- g, Commercial Law, Typewriting, Killer" is what you need. It is now, Spelling, etc. Grammar, and for yoars has been, making Arithmetic, more cures than all other remedies advanced student combined. Read their advertisement Night bcIiooI from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The Incorporation. finished. Diplomas awarded, Cfltalogue In press. Application made for in this paper. Don't bo deceived. We have the best homo school of business in the State of Kentucky, Send In your name. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. April y. r- -j ., HHBK H Br Hp g SPR g "Woolens. A0C7 ICEBFt1 Imported ' eum.. Domestic G-ood- -s IK Hr Sir J Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. to have you look at them. Would be pleased n m ' ' H In IK'' R)' HUDSON i HUM PHRIES Victims of the Cyclone. The many friends and relatives of Earl formerly Miss Jennie Bailey in this city and county, will be pained to know that she and her husband wore victims of the 'cyclone which struck Wellington, Kansas, on Priday night of last week, and in a few seconds wore rendered homeless and penniless, and it is a miracle that they escaped with their lives. The following postal card, written to her sister, Miss Alice Bailey, tells the sad story in a few words: May 28th. Oyclone struck Wellington last night at 9:10. Our house swept entirely away, Mr. Earl badly hurt, arm broken, back and chest badly hurt. I am considerably cut and bruised but no bones broken. We haven't a thing on earth, not oven a suit of underclothing, and I am fearful Mr. Earl will not survive the We have so many kind shock. friends; are now at Dr. Hunt's. Will write you the particulars as soon as I Mrs. .am able. Guaranteed Cure (or Piles of whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Hccentor I'eredltary. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. d $1.00 a box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mnll on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to refun d the $5.00 paid If not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. GAYLE. andLECOMPTK& GAYLE CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. A pre-pailC-l- CASSELL! to buy. Farmers, you can buy r ami Leased. MEf Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place BUGGIES, HAENESS AT ATO FARM IMPLEMENTS E TnTSOXjS-Ijs PBICZS. - w $ salute was fired from the samo spot You can get a vehicle painted or repaired .in first-classtyle. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow Si. 50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. during the presentation, at the State House, of the pictures by the committee of Pennsylvanians to the State. Saw-Mi- ll SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Salesroom, opposite court-house. Factory, South warehouse. 'f Lovingly, v Mrs. Earl is a daughter of Mr. William Bailey, formerly of this city, but now farming near Eminence, in Henry county, and her mother is a sister of Mr. Walker Stephens, of Leestown. The citizens of Frankfort should 1)0 truly thankful to the author of our being for the majestic hills which surround us on overy side, and protect us from such awful calamities, they read such pitiful when storios as the above, and lot that thankfulness bo deep enough, to leach their purses causing them to give liberally to the relief of the unfortunate ones of less favored locali- Jennie. ties. New Buildings. The new cottage residence of Mr. Sam. A.- Parrent, erected on part of the old McOarty property, on Campbell street, is completed and about ready for occupancy, while Messrs. F. M. Scofleld and Will Ooko have similar houses on adjoining lots nearly ready for the roof. Mr. O. A. Nelson has let the .contract for a cottage residence on his portion of the same block, and will commence work in a few days. Miss Florence Barrett will shortly y begin the erection of a frame residence on her lot on Shelby street, adjoining the residence of two-stor- Capt. Wm. Smith and Mr. Harry Rice, of Winchester, have leased the saw-mi- ll property of P. S. Rulo& Co., in South Frankfort, and will soon have King's Royal Germeteur. it in operation. They already have a contract for sawing 2,000,000 feet of the medicine of the lumber. century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wonder of the A New Engineer. medicino world. Based upon the Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, Mr. Oscar Curry, of Joffersonville, modern, and at once popular, comIndiana, arrived in the city Wednes- mending itself as a necessary houseday to take charge of the Pumping hold remedy. It advertises best by Station of the Water Company as en- its use. Specific for all Catarrhal Tonic diseases, gineer, to fill the place of Mr. Jee-kil- l, Purifier. a ItNervewithout and Blood is doubt the who threw up his job several most reliable germ destroyer in weeks ago and left. and to the extent that the theory is correct, King's Royal ermeteur is the remedy. It is no Attention, Sunday-School- s! accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For 19 sale by Chapman & Williams. All the schools of our "city and county should appoint delegates toDeath of Mrs. Sueed. morrow to attend the S. S. ConvenMrs. Fronie L. Sneed, wife of Mr. tion to be hold at the First PresbyJohn L. Sneed, formerly of this city, terian Church, Frankfort, next Sat urday, tho 11th. Live questions will died Monday at her farm in Bullet be discussed and a good and profita- county, where she and Mr. Sneed ble time is anticipated. Let no school had gone to spend the summer. She fail of representation. The Conven- had been an invalid for some time, tion begins at 10 a. m. and closes at 5 but her death was unexpected. Tho funeral took place in Louisville Wedp. m. nesday. y ex-istan- :h:v:e3 "stottik bug-g- t jF -A- xusti'iexd. ROBERT March 26-- tf CURES ALL DISEASES! Consumption J,'J c belr!Sve 1 I M, D. I I 23rM VETERINARY DENTIST. "Vs7"ood.lSi3se, Orders by mall promptly attended to. May,2s-lm- . Cured. u,t0 .be 0I1B of the best ' T.he l'hwlclans, tw. years iigo.medicines said my wife consumption, lungs affected. I nave had to seiul her.-out- h both several springs to for keep her ullve. but since she has been taking Iludum's Microbe Killer she has been right at home attending to her business, and Is In better health than sho has been In 20 years. "H. T. POOLE. Cedartown, Ga." Hill jBtT T Hare you wrilltn rat j.l? If' you Ii.t.u'i, nlidom '.mbttlon lugftit r. ilte I promt, you my (xclil, p.rion.l aucnuon. 1 10 and lntl!Icnt 1 itich jaiciiigens Several Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of your medicine. Havlnjr been a sufferer from WeilK IllllL'.S. bronphl.'ll lltranflnn tiii.I ln,ll,r.ctl.. after taking Microbe Killer all of the above Hvmrmna tiitva mttfrniv .11.... ............. " ours. etc.. HMBMV Instruction, ?f litter work Indui. !.'rJMll ind I otn r&d who. 'Mlttf. and to nj penon if .iihtriei, who tnjr brltSr f.Irlj- - "Janitor THOS. L. DAVIS, Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, Lu." J" lAl y ' !?ll') how urn Three Uoll.-..- e Thau-u- rtfMrfr c lociIltl, nhtrto rer mer live. I rear In their owa will alio fural the iltuatloD 11 jroa can earn that amount. which I At It Again. Mr. Z. Taylor Collins has opened a meat store in one of the rooms of tho Herndon block, on Second street, whoro ho is prepared to furnish choice outs of the tendorost beef to Mrs. Browder. the people of South Frankfort. TayMiss Emma Morris' now residence lor says he is a fixture this time for on Second street is progressing rap- six months at least, and wishes his idly, and will bo completed about the old friends to call and see him. Raised and on the Ways. "I have been a sufferer from asthma and catarrh, for more than two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting In bed or reclining In a chulr. l hat e used one mi of ltidam's Microbe Jug Killer, and f r the Inst three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a ehlhl. I attribute my relief to the remedy, and heartily recommend It to uny one suffering from usmuiauu or irouuie. "Respectfully. "EDWIN It. MOORE, "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvllle. Gu." Asthma and Catarrh Cured. end charge nothlnc Tho steamer City of Olarksville, which sank near Lock No. 3 several Fever and Flux Cured. weoks ago, was raised on Thursday "I cheerfully testify that after taking Microbe days am entirely for and taken to Madison, Indiana, where Killer sick fifteenyears Iwith malarial cured, after being two fever, and she will be placed on the ways for during which time I contracted other diseases, I was ilux, etc. during this by cental, at .bote. Mothlnr dimcult to learn, or that require a much time. I deilre but one perion from each dlitrlct or county. I lure al ready taught and iru.iu.u mm cm Dlovment a larra ?! nunih.r uhn .r. making orer Three Ihouiand Dollar, a Vear, each. All It new, eolid.eure. Full particulars fi-eAfter you Know all. If you Kpclude to go no further, nhy, no harm it done. Addren, C. AI,L1;N, Mux 4VO; Auiruetu, Mulue. jiLx-.sefiv- r l.a rec.lt. noth- .. 1 a . . .... VtEgSa SSSS &5&i: Dec.5-l- y. Hgbi "SSQSaZ repairs. Big first of next month. To-morro- w Route Four toWorld's Fair Chicago. of tho best doctors of the city without being benefitted, "WM. DOUEltTY. "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." atended time three LlIMlMAMlEliLIll. The Qnlek and direct route from LOUISVILLE TO AQKAHSAS pv-- ' Afternoon Trestle Washed Out. One bent of tho trostlo on tho Kentucky Midland Railway, over Holton's Branch, near tho Forks of Elkhorn, was washed out Thursday aftornoon by a water spout which Tho Kentucky Midland Railway will run a special train out to Newtown to carry all who may wish to witness tho wonderful acquatlo exhibition of Capt. Blondell, the ronownod swimmer. Ho will do ovorything that Paul Boynton does, and oven more, without tho supporting aid of tho apparatus. Tho inflated faro for tho round trip on tho train, including admission to the exhibiconts. tion, will bo only seventy-fivair-tight e w- - u & Shot In. The advent of tho second century of the Statehood of Kentucky was celebrated on Wednesday by the firing of a salute of 44 guns from Taylor's Hill, and on Thursday another burst over that locality, about 3 o'clock, and passongor train No. 3, which leaves this city at 3:40 p. m., was detained for about two hours, while the damage was being repaired. Tho break was only a few feet away from tho point whoro tho gold spike was drivon when tho road was completed between this city and Georgetown. Tho officers of tho road wish us to thank Mr. John Holton, who discovered tho break and went to tho station in timo to flag tho train, and prevented a serious accident. All trains of tho popular Big Four Route aro vestibulod and equipped with palace sleeping cars, private compartment bufiot oars, reclining chair cars and elegant parlor cafe dining cars, start from Central Union station, Cincinnati, whore connection is made with tho Queen & Cresont route and Louisville & Nashvillo railroad, avoiding tho disagreeable transfer across the city necessary via other lines, enter Chicago in full view of tho World's Fair buildings. and stop at VanBuron, street opposite Auditorium, Loland and Richelieu Hotels. Fivo trains daily between Cincinnati and Indianapolis, two trains daily for St. Louis and Peoria, sure connotion for all western and north-eastor- n points. Rates as low as the lowest. Tickets via the Big Four routo aro on sale at coupon olfices throughout tho country. Bo sure you get them. 3Ir. lliuliim's aiicrobc Killer Cures all Diseases by Itcmovlug the Cause. Send 'J cents stamp for circular and the Microbe War. shows what disease Is and.what tho remedy must be, and do, to cure It. Head It, circulate It and you will tho discoverer for saving your life. Address UADAM'S MICHOHE KILLWt. Naslivlllo. Teun. J. W. GAYLE or LKCOMPTE.X: GAYLE CO. bole agents for Franklin com ty. M TEXAS! One hundred and flftj miles SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK, And the only route Jmi, 10-l- Without Change of Cars. U jou are going to emigrate to FOR SALE. tho City School, with two adjoining lots, each fifty feet front nu Ewlng street, running back about two hundred feet. The tract will bo sold as one or seperately. as desired. For price utul terms apply to us or v II. Averlll. MAHY AND MAG. PAGE. FAVORABLE ftN which we reside, TEHMS, near l THE PL ICE ON Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth Austin, Houatin, This U the CHEAPEST AND REST RODTE. No chance of car to RoVt. S. Franklin n-iy. M0BTG0MERY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS AND NEW ORLEANS. ?r further Information, (uiitren C.P. ATMORE,(3.?.r,i., Frankfort, Ky. LOOUJVILUC. KKNXDCKT. General Passenger Agent, D. B. Martin, Cincinnati, O. F cutt Grant and Virginia Rosina NelBase Ball. son, compose tho graduating class. programme interspersed Tho first game of tho season with o fiiAwsd at the at Frankfort, Kentucky, A splendid as second-clas- s music, hns been arranged for Pleasurovillo at Lake Park Monday mailable matter. with tho occasion. resulted in a defeat for the home boys. HI), k. LEWIS.. Editor and PnbUslicr. While not a pretty gamo from a sci- Double Bills. entitle standpoint, it was very interPIIANKFORT, JUNE 4. 18!)2. to this esting from tho closeness of the score Mr. W. 0. Duvall brought points, and it required an extra office on Saturday a queer looking at all had inning to decide it. The best features - chicken. hatched on his place. It A Frankfort Boy Apprecitwo perfectly formed bills, with three were Whitesmith's shortstop play cintcci. eyes, one on each side and one in the for Frankfort and tho hard hitting of and Children. for Mr. Bon. P. Mook, jr , wife and center of tho head between tho bills. tho Pleasurevilles. Both sides scored in tho first. Now-ma- n children, of St. Paul, Minnesota, who Colic, Constipation, " Caatorl a to so well adapted to children tht Ctwtorla euros Diarrhoea. Eructation, Sour Stomach, sent tho ball to second and beat have been visiting his sister, Mrs. Mis Last Trip. I recommend Has superior to any prescription piiiw Worms, glvca sleep, and promotes dl known to mo." II. A. Ancncn, M. D., Richard Church, in this city, left it out, stole second and camo homo Without injurious medication. Ill Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. Mr. Thursday afternoon for home. Dr. W. E. Baxter desires us to state on Hammond's error and Merchant's Meek was born and reared in this that his trip to Louisville on tho 9th hit. For tho Pleasurevilles, A. i ' For several years I have recommended "Tun use of ' Castoria Is so universal and your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continuo to city, and this being his first visit to the will bo the last this season (as tho Rucker got his base on balls and merits so well known that It seems a work do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial its of Eiipererocatlon to endorse It. Few are tho homo of his childhood in many years, Dental Department of tho University scored on Black's intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results." ' Edwin F. PAtiDEK. M. D., within easy reach." was a groat treat to him. While here will soon close for tho year), and Neither sido scored again until tho OnLoa StinTTN, D.D., "Tho WInthrop," 123th Street and 7th Ave., City. New York ho made free use of his Kodak and after this date his patients can find ntter half of the fourth. Kesler New York City. Late Pastor Bloomingdalo Eof ormod Church. carried homo with him numerous him in his office during all business tool- - flrsL on Wintorsmith's error and photographs of the beautiful scenery hours. and reached third on an error and Tot Cehtacr Compxnt, 77 MunrUY Street, New York. in and around this city. Since his Meredith's sacrifice. He scored on A Delicious Bimcli. ' pretty Davis' muff of Winter-smith'residenco in St. Paul he has been TTacoby assist of Lawrence's hit. engaged in various business enterMr. George D. Single placed on our prises, but three years ago he entered table Monday a large bunch of straw- ended tho inning by striking out. Fe'. the employ of the Northwest berries on the stem, arranged in the In tho first half of the next inning Thompson-Housto- n Electric Co., at a shape of a boquot. They were of the homo boys went one better on Meredith's error of Winter-smith'small salary, and the company soon tho old fashioned variety, finely Go. hit, Stagg's single, E Rucker's error finding they had a good man, proflavored, and when picked off and moted him rapidly, until now he is sugar added topped off a first class and Hewitt's hit. Pleasureville tied in the sixth. KesSecretary and Assistant Treasurer of meal for several. ler made a hit. Jackson took first the corporation, and up to the time on Newman's fumble, but overrun he loft home was drawing a salary A Lady Candidate. VllsJ KfUfy uuiuiii isjcitu nLuiiu tin. of four thousand dollars a year. On Sale Booms on his arrival in this city ho found a Miss Lucy Pattie, of Farmdale, is was put out by Lindsey. Meredith letter from the President of his heincr urcred bv her friends to make made a hit. advancing Kesler to third company notifying him that his the race for County Superintendent and ho scored on Lawrence's fly to salary had been raised to five thous- of Schools. She is thoroughly well center, which VanDerveer caught and a year, to date from May first, qualified, as she has been a teacher but could not return to tho plate. which of course added greatly to the for years, and would make a good Jacoby again struck out. Pleasurovillo scored seven in the pleasure of his visit, as he could tell and efficient officer. seventh on three errors and six hits. his old friends here, who know his Madison and Lee counties already true worth, that he is being appre- have lady superintendents, and they The scores came in so fast that it was almost impossible to keep track ofi ciated in his new home in the great are among the best of the State. tho plays, and the crowd felt very Northwest. GET L ID Ben looks the same as when he loft Across the Beep, to the blue, but when our boys made the same number in. the eighth, through Far West, here, some fifteen years ago, time the poor fielding of the visitors, the having dealt gently with him, and On steamboats, cars and stagecoaches, Stomach Bitters is carried as the most yells could have been heard to tho fur we hope that ho may yet live to Important item In the materia modlcu of thu draw a similar salary to that paid traveling public. It deprives vitiated, brackish end of South Frankfort. The feature three-baggthe President of his company water of Its hurtful properties and execrab 6 of this inning was Hewitt's UR line youni Jack, .. into the pond, which Hammond v a year as no boy who ever flavor, counteracts the pernicious effects upon the Dune or u terminer, mil make tho season of stomach of b.td or Indlgrstlolo left the little Valley City to seek his cramps, heaitburn and wind uponfood, remedies waded after. Pleosurtville again too'r farm, nine the stomach. miles efct of Frankfort, fortune is more worthy of it. It Is a line defense against malarial dlsoiders, the lead in their half on three hits on the Frankfort If Versailles turnpike, at $25 nullifies the effects of excessive heat, cold and and some more errors, resulting in to Insure n Jack colt, or damp, relieves and Is an Incom- two runs. They pounded Merchant vs. Pistol. Axe SIS to insure n Jeui'et. parable euro for costlveness and bllloutness. so hard Duko la ti bluck Jack, that the home boys could with white D0lnt3. 165i The fatigue of travel often tells most disastrousHermi-tag- o A difficulty occurred at the scarcely hold the sphere when they hands h'gh. was foaled In lbS7. Sired by Lurry ly upon invalids and convalescents, occasionally llawes' lainouH premium lack, which bold for to such an extent as to Jeopardize life. Persons got their hands on it. Distillery, about two o'clock In $1,500, he by Tebb's J ick. Alexander, noted ns tho feeble health, apprehensive of had eft"1 cU sire ot tine. U go Jacks, he by Bourbt, he by Tuesday afternoon, between Mr. Al. from travel, will, If provided with the Hitters, be In the ninth our boys took the lead Leer's Napoleon Duke'-- , dam was sired by Wells' far less likely to have their fe.irs realized. HamOaplinger, the engineer, and George premium Jack, he by Iron Duke. again, making three scores on This Jack would h.lve to bd seen to be fully apSmith, one of the mash floor hands, mond's error of Merchant's hit, preciated, although his breeding shows for Itself, Something New. us he combines the best blood in Ken'ucky und Stngg's in which a pistol and" an axe played Wintersmith's has proven worthy of his breeding. parts, but fortunately, no Dr. W. E. Baxter showed us yester- hit, VanDerveer's hit and and E. Jennets giazed ut $i.r) per month und given prominent ON33J We will not be responsible for one was injured. now and Rucker's error of Newman's hit. Both tho method and results when careful attention.further Information, wrlto to day an Alcohol vaporizer, a accidents. For It seems that Caplinger, some time neat instrument to bo used for Wintersmith came homo on Stagg's Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant dc ago, had reported Smith to the obtruding sensitive dentine. By its hit, but was declared out for running and refreshing to the taste, and acts FRANKFORT, KY., Superintendent of the Distillery for use the most sensitive tooth can be into Meredith. Hewitt got his base gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Mr call on Mr. Holt ut the farm, on the Vc w.illles Frankfort turnpike, mar ilcKee's eross roads. com'nj into his department and operated upon without the slightest on balls, but he, Newman and Van- Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- & May7-lmaking too free use of material in pain, and indeed it is an ingenious Derveer, were left on Davis' fly to tem effectually, dispels colds, headhis charge, which angered Smith, contrivance. Dr. Baxter will demon- Black. BK8TEJQC1UTT. aches and fevers and euros habitual H0BTI3QUUTITT. The visitors tied the score in thoir constipation. Syrup of Figs is the and ho made frequent threats that he strate its use before the class in Denwas going to whip Caplinger before tal Surgery, in the Infirmary of the half. Black made a hit. Hammond only remedy of its kind ever prothe season was over. On Sunday Dental Department of Central Uni- knocked a long fly to Hunt, which duced, pleasing to the taste and acSmith took a ladder from Caplinger's versity next Wednesday, and we pre- he might have captured, but slipped ceptable to the stomach, prompt in department, used it while en- dict a successful clinic. up on the grass and the ball went its action and truly beneficial in its gaged in white washing the fermentthrough his hands. Black attempted effects, prepared only from the most and agreeable ing tubs and left it in a filthy condiHere's to You, Danny. to score on the error, but was caught healthyexcellent qualitiessubstances, its WHITE'S CREAM commend it many tion, and Caplinger had to clean it between home and third and run down to all and have made it tho most The engagement of Mr. Daniel by Davis. Hammond camo in on Lind-seyoff the next day before he could use popular remedy known. Mayes Bowmar, one of the editors of it, for which he gave Smith a "cusserror of Newman's assist on . Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c FOR 20 YEARS ing" the first chance he got at him. the Woodford Sun, and Miss Cicely Rucker's grounder, and a general and $1 bottles by all leading drugHas led all Worm Remedies. At noon Tuesday Smith armed him- DeGraffenried McOaw, of Fayette muffing match on the return. Newgists. Any reliable druggist who Wo have not county, is announced. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. self while at home and afterwards man then got tho ball and held it may not have it on hand will proSOIjI EVERYWHERE. went where Caplinger was sitting the pleasure of the fortunate young while Merchant pretended to pitch. cure it promptly for any one who Frpr4tjlnClIAEDS05.TATL0BlIKD. CO,, BT.tOCIS. to abuse him, at the lady's acquaintance, but wo do know Rucker who was on third, unsuspect- wishes to try it. Do not accept any down and began that she has captured one of the best ingly played off and Newman touch- substitute. same time displaying a pistol. and cleverest young newspaper men ed him out. Jackson made the third who is a much smaller man CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. than Smith, but very quick, sprang in the State, who will make a first-cla- out, Newman to Lindsey. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. husband, and we congratulate flC'.V YORK, N.Y. LOUISVIUe. i(Y. to his feet and struck him with a Tho home boys wore blanked in the rock. Smith attempted to shoot, but her. That she is beautiful, amiable tenth. In the visitors' half Meredith yuraEMXCliJUJVJX CHAIN r hit:-- i in .,ji:b... the pistol snapped, when ho started and accomplished goes without say- knocked a grounder to Wintersmith, fVU it) A to run, and Caplinger caught up an ing, for none other could find a place which, to everybody's surprise, that axe' and rushed after him. in tho affections of such a noble excellent player let escape him. fAILEi AAILES HffSS-ISfi- i Smith turned, fired upon him, young man. Hero's looking at you, Lawrence knocked out a three bagthe pistol boing so close to 'Caplin- Danny, my boy. May all tho joys ger and tho gamo was over. ger's face when it went off that the and none of the sorrows of life come Following is the "official" score, TREATMENTS " powder burned his cheek, but the to you and the fair ono with whom but it don't begin to tell the errors .tBMMtft ball went wide. Caplinger pursued you propose to link your life. which were made: Dit. Y.. C. West's Nkuvkand Diiain Treatment, n guaranteed speclllc for Hj8terla,.DIzl-ness- , him into the distillery and up on a MtH, Nervous Neuralgia. Convulsions, 111 fell l'O A AU FtlANKfOUT. K l'. U ) ti' I' AW I) QUICK I ST by the beer sink, from which point he fired The True Laxative Princi- Newman. 3b 2 I 0 1 3 5 Headache, Nenous Prostiatlon e.uisedMental tico De ple 1 3 0 5 0 4 2 of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Hewitt, 2b a second shot, which also went wide, pression, Softening of the Brain resulting In In(I II 1 6 0 0 9 Davis, c to G 0 'J 3 and by that time Mr. Marion 0 3 0 sanity and leading to misery, ileciy and death, SiRgolowi Merchant, p Of tho plants used in manufactur- Lindsey, II. II) Premature Old Age. Barreness, Loss of Power C 1 1 7 0 0 0 and SpermaWilliams, the distiller, and some of ing che pleasant remedy, Syrup of Wl tersinith.B.s. C 2 100 2104 20 Inelthersev, Involunuty Losses tho brain, torrhoea caused by oer- exert Ion of 4 3 5 the other employes arrived on the Figs, has a permanently beneficial Stan. If cf Time. 25 HonrB. uch box contains or 5 1 VunUoveer, 10 03 20 10 one month's treatment.prepuldoubo, or six boxes $1.00 a 4 ground and stopped the fight. Hunt, rf 10 SOL D VESI'IUULED TRAINS. receipt of price. effect on tho human system, while for J5 00, sent by mall They will bo tried this morning bo- - the cheap vegetable extracts and 0 27 12 12 49 13 11 Totals The shortest and iiutcUcst. foro Judgo Bon. G. Williams. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. mineral solutions, usually sold as PI.KASUIIEVILLK. E All H lU BH VO A 1 to Jacksonville, Ala fi 0 0 4 4 2 To cure am case. With each ordt-- received by us Georgetown medicines, are permanently injurious. Jacoby, 3b cf 1 0 0 2 2 0 for six boxes, accompanied with $5 00, we will 5 Itucker, A. MAiNKFOflT ROUNDABOUT. post-ofllc- i J ' Infants ! two-bagge- r. s 13-l- s ifiulfi Foiling lifiiiii ;?3 I Have opened Ann Street, near Christian Church. IP PHIS Hos-tetter- 's Duke of Gleirwatsr r twen-thousa- nd er two-bagge- r, ENJOY HOLT WORMS! VERMIFUGE 's Cap-linge- r, ss i 94fflBK'3SffiI so 11 i J G -- ... - self-abu- k tat 12 17 i r true remedy only. Manufactured by Tho annual commencement of tho the California Fig Syrup Co. High School Department of the Public School will take place at tho Notice I'inuo Tuning. Opera House, on Thursday evening, Mr. Chas. Vauple, leading piano Juno 10th, at 8 o'clock, and handtuner in Kentucky, some invitations have been issued for years with ono of thohaving been 12 largost piano the event, ono of which has been re factories in Now York Olty, and who ceived by the Roundabout. Seven is at present with ono of tho most young ladies, viz: MIbsos Ada Bello enterprising piano firms in the country, our city, June 7th. be Rupe, Annie Belle Magill, Bonnie Leavewill ders in Avorill's Drug Store or at Luckett Hockersmith, Florence Helen and they will receive prompt atFrench, Georgia Payne, Sarah Wal- - tention. , School Commencement. Being well-informe- d, you will use tho Kesler. If .Iacks.it), c Meredith, ?.s LaWience, p Ill.ick, lb Hammond, rf Itucker. K. 2b G 1 3 5 G Totals Innings . . Frankfort . . Pleasureville. Earned Runs 6214181801011 0- -13 1- G232 032 20 9 2 0 G0211 10 1 6 2 2 3 0 U 0 0 0 1 2 3 l 5 l 0 2 1 0 0 send the purchaser our writ ten guarantee to re1 fund the money If the treatment does not elfect 2 a cure, fiiuranteos Issued only by- - THE ti. (UYLE 0 CO., and J. W. GAYLE, Time. 26 Hours Tuns., " N. C, " Kt.. Frankfort, Ky. Solid Vestlbul'd Trains. tweeu Cincinnati anil KnoxviUiK, G Lexinoton, The dhor' lino be Time. iVi Hours, 1- 0- T -11 $500 Heward! We will pay the above rowardfor any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, I Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They nro purely Vegetable, and never fall to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Largo boxes, containing 30 Frankfort 8; Peasurevlllo 5. Two-bas-e Hits Wintersmith, Illack und Lawrence. Three-bas- e Hit Hewitt. Stolen liases Left on Frankfort 1; Pleasurevlllo 1 8; Pleasureville 12. Struck Out By Merchant 8: By Lawrence 3. lluse on Balls Uy Merchant 2; By Luwrenco 'I. Double to Black. Time Two hours and twenty minutes. Umpires -- Kephart and Dudley. Bases-Frankfort Plays--Jacoby port forToxa". Mexico and California. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway vlaGeoixot'W'i.r:l5ii.m.;arrlvoClnctnniitllO:26 a. m. Quicker than any other line All trains irrlv at lepurtfromContralUnlon Depot, Cincinnati. " fI.ANTA, 0., " UIHMINUUAM, Al.A.. " Direct Connections nt New ClIirTANOOIJA.TKWN., ashkville, " " OrlearifundShrev 16 11 U " " E. T. CHARLETON, Pills, 25 cents. Beware of counterfeits and ImiD. P. ifcT. A.,fhattanooga. tations. The genuine manufactured only by D . i, EDWARDS, C. AVKST COMPANY, CHICAGO, D. MILLER, THE JOHN Traf.Mne. Cincinnati, O. 'i P.&a.T ILL. For sale by all druggist. 1G-I- Forltato" Mups,iYn..ncinre" t&iLhl jMjfaLLifck&M& t kV. ?t j 'i ViJMvJl1lJi. W , ' i. t ' &, , HEADQUARTERS OR EVKRY T H TNGOjFwiEELS crJfesS JL J$ tgJLrMmKls JL O- JLrtftJLaC!3 vUkIxb JLtJL I "J 4 a nmi T" " mJmiiniiiJ iii'i ijiiiiiiiihii w in ascsv V.-.-n, I iwi dArmwaJ ammsr jimiuum urn nuiun trnfessnuJ hwxw' EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOlt Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Euggy Works. WE GUARANTEE Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the Fine Buggies, Phrctons, Sur-rie- s and Light Carriages. &r The H. H. Bahcock Co., Broom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Vic- torias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. tit BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. T1MK TAI3L.li. The fol'oviiig time tnbl effect apoii the L. fc N. road: TUAINS WEST. To our Subscribers, in m rn in now Sioo Reward, $ioo. i TOl'iaf No. 23 leaven Frankfort No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 lenvufi Frankfort No M) "j:50 !J:ilO i:U) a. m a. p. leave Frankfort 7:iiH p.m. TBAINSEABT. leaves Frnnkfort No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort No. 22 leaves Frankfort No. 18 .... .... 10:10 tftlfi 4:3' p. m. 7.48 p. n. a.m. connect at Litgrnage for Cincinnati. Iwh, 2tt and 21 connect at Anchorage for BWioinlitld Branch. Nos. 23, 17 and 21 p.m. W. . Agent. fiUiNKFOUT KUUNDAUUl"! FRANKFORT, JUNE 4, 18!)2." The SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT which appeared in our columns .some time since, announcing a special arrangement with Dr B. J. Kendall Co , of Enosburgh Falls, Vt., publibhers of "A Treatise on the Horae and his Diseases," whereby our subucribern were enabled to obtain a copy of that valuable work fkee by sending their address to B. J. Kendall Co. (and enclosing a two-cestamp for mailing flame) is renewed for a limited period. We trust till will avail themselves of the opportunity of obtaining this valuable work. To every lover of the Horse it is indispensable, as it treats in a simple manner all the diseases which aiHict this noble animal. Its phenomenal sale throughout the United States and CanaJa make it standard authority Mention this paper when sending for "Treatise " nt 37-t- f. The readers of the Roundabout $5JJ&$ZL' ) will be pleased to learn that Mn. J. I. Case, (Hickory Grove Tarm, homn ;; there is at leist one drpadod disease Uaeine, Wis., of "Altcrtrjlim n that fccienoe has been able to cure in all 'cry known remedy, 1 rciuocd n lnrpc hum n J! its stage:, and that is Catarrh. Hall's or tro years Htuiullng, Ironi u a jcur old iiliy, " wlti;hreo applications of Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now Known to tiie medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disj ease requires a constitutional treatI. card U Itlsthcbost preparation! linvocverii'-'uloment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken of. 1 heartily recommend it to till IIoncme;.." internally, acting directly upon the 2 blood and mucous surfaces of the n'c l.aie hundreds of such testimonials. system, thereby destroying the foun- $JtiMij033 g'flVf'vSi k Price. SI. 50 pcrbotllc. Ask your druggist for It. Ifl o dation of the disease, and giving the patient strength bv building up the 1)IY & CO., "Whitehall, N. Y. KjW? constitution and assisting nature in, Hft.i ..iniiiiiii::ji:iniiiii:ini 3i3j:iisBi3i::siiiiiiiiiiitii:irittirs... .teu ooing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to v. cure. Send for list of testimonials. i h 1 F. J. CHEENEY & CO., tL2 Toledo, O. e) J sjiw mm "r oerc i Hi; mm QUINN'S MTa Guaranteed Cure. for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition. If you are afllicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. Wo could not make this offer did wo not know that Dr. King's Now Dis-cory could bo relied on. It never dibappoints. Trial bottles free at Phil. Oaupenter's Drug Store. Large size 50c. and $1.00. 2 vi 8Qf Sold by druggists, 75c. 8 WARD CLAASSEN, -- Is Your Nerve Steady, are breaking; that your nervous system is giving way. If you have a weak, nervous Bystem the very best thing you can do is to begin using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. It is the flnest Nerve Tonic known and will restore you to health and vigor. Don't delay. Get a free sample y at Carpenter's South Side to-da- We authorize our advertised druggist to 3ell Dr. King's New Dis-eovo- ry Horses for Sale. As administrator of Claiborn Allen, deceased, I will offer at public ssilo, on Monday next. County Court day, two good work horses, one four years old and the other aged. Terms cash. 29-- lt Or do you tremble and feel that you PI3iLCTIC.I D; umber, GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - John Allen, Administrator. y to-da- Drug Store. 3 I have caught 70 saw logs, with the brand of "J" on them. If not called 1PB AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO for in 30 days they will be sold by the JOB AND CONTRACT "WORK. ALL WORK Sheriff. The said logs are lying at GUARANTEED. the mouth of Elkorn. Opposite Stato House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. t. E. H. Manford. 1-- "as Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, Sunday-scho- ol Convention Frankfort, 10 A. M. LOUISVILLE MARKET. TOBACCO Saturday, June 1. 2. Ky., 11, 1892. ' Among the Colored Citi- sens. i iMl"MMili Gradu-"fi'tiVSi Thorough, Practical Instruction.Catalogueh positions. B& - JqVjB ntes nss'sted to to HIM FREE. Write FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. ill Bryant I fc Stratton LOUISVILLE, KY. Mm College, Organization. Devotional Exercises. 3. "Why wo are Here" George Darsio. 4. Oral Reports From Schools are you Doing?" "What Teacher" Successful 5. "Tho Opened by L. F. Johnson. 6. Discussion by Rev. E. S. Alder2 P. M. man and others. 7. Business. Song Service. "How to Get and Prepare Teachers" Rev. W. Q. Taylor. 3. Discussion by Kev. J. H. Burdin, S.Q . Bull and others. Dr. U. 4. "Parental V. Williams. 5. Discussion by Rev. W. B. Cooper and others. 6. "The Needs of our Q ountry Schools" Miss Lucy Pattie. 7. Discussion by Mrs. Fannie E. 1. 2. Farmer, W. H. Parrent and others. SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 3 P. M. g Qhildren's by Rev. Mass-Meetin- addresses Neville, Rev. H. G. Henderson, Hon. W. II. Jones and W. G. others. This convention is held under the auspices of tho Kentucky Sunday-school Union, and at least three delegates are expected from every Sunday-schoin tho county. 2. The sessions will be hold in the First Prosbyterian Qhuroh. 3. Tho Frankfort people will be glad to entertain all who attond. 1. ol Arc You in It; If not, why not? Why don't you always keep on hand a bottlo of Dr. Halo's Household Cough Ouro to allay the first irritation caused by a sudden cold. This is tho flnest remedy in tho Monday, world for every kind of cough. You FIUME RESIDENCE, CON- - MRS. LIZZIE C01I0RN HAVING THIS DAY "Down on your kneos, and thank fool tho good effect of tho first dose, THK tho I talniiiK twelve rooms, your cough is Heaven fasting," not for a good man's I unable to purchase samo, and my friends on WnsliliiKtoii street, mm cellar tound tmseinont, Franklin dlvolced from me by a decree noof more and by thorough using door Court of Common Picas. I am the Episcopal inn soon cured. 25 and 50c. bottles at love this time, but becauso you havo wll oblUe me by bidding and maktnii tho p irsonuKO. Is otlered for sulo ut u baiwiln. For responsible for debts contracted by her. GEO. W. COHORN. terms apply to Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. cured your cold so eaBily with Dr. property brine ull It U mil th. May 6, 1892. W. ANDERSON GAINES. W L.JETT. May junoWt. Bull's Cough Syrup. 3 lo.-e- The teachers' institute was held at Sales on our market for tho week tho First Baptist Church Tuesday justclosod amount to 3,598 hhds , with evening and tho programme was receipts for the same period of 3 090 both excellent in itself and well hhds. Sales on our market since Janrendered. There were some splen- uary 1st amount to 77,053 hhds. Sales did papers and addresses which wore of the crop of 1891 on our market to After the exercises date 65,252 hhds. well received. were concluded ice cream was served Our market for burley tobacco has in the rear of the church. been characterized this week by large decided the range Miss Jennie Suter, of Louisville, is sales and being activity, all grades better on city this week, stopping with of values in the cr Best Indigo Blue Calicoes and especially so for the two exMiss Williams, on the South Side. tremes in quality, the commonest and Best Colored Calicoes The Normal School commencement the best. Best Dress Ginghams . . . 7 exercises were held at tho Opera Tho following quotations fairly Best Apron Ginghams House Thursday evening and a large represent our market for burley crowd was out to hear the grand pro- tobacco, crop of 1891: Black Cotton Stocking gramme. We hope to give a full Trash (darkj or damaged Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton 5c S2 00(H) S4 00 account of the occasion next week. tobacco 3 50((T) 5 00 Common Colory trash... Tho Normal Literary Society had a large crowd out Wednesday at the iueuium to goau coiory4 50 Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. 50 trash First Baptist Church 3 SO 00 Common lugs not colory Tho gentlemen who acted as mar- 'Mfiflinm to fnnfl nnlnrv U UOCfrt 1U UU shals of tho procession Monday wero lUgS .L RODMAN & SON. 7 00 4 50 creditable looking members of tho Common Colory lugs A rrll race and did their work right well. Common to medium leaf 7 00 10 00 14 00 10 00 to good Capt. J. II. Thompson and tho Medium fine leaf. leaf. 14 00 20 00 Good to camp left tho city Friday. Select or wrappery 25 00 20 00 Tramp, tramp, they went to tho tobacco city of the dead to share their respect lrvaMOTa"rawMU for those who fought in tho black AWAY absolutely We GIVE rogimont. Ic was well demonstrated ?1!L FHEhof oist. hti elo tint black althat the good that men do is not rroioicdsiUHD u;-- pattern i jf 1( jn.ili 1 iiny yuuni; lady ri ways interred with thoni beneath tho U'Vll .llliri. Uli sod, but Jives longer in tho memory SIKR-.V- N tint illilim fii tntiiwlii ... mm. in.ivn fllllllh. .v nit I'nm . m imiMni, u n i) t hi.. rnv ri.ui.u of their comrades and children than I fc .L'EKN," a lare 10 pus.'. .4 At rDEX so many monuments of stone. two o'clock Monday evening tho I IlIaLa I Himim.t.n iihmmumi imiri.i7i.ie, Hmu i.f h....f tmhllsll ll. !).. the First E2SS3JS23Ti ote.l letio'i. F.ishlou, Flow- NO Erocessiou moved from tho princi- irs, I'nnev Work. Homoto Divoritluiia and eeiy- JEFFERSON 261 WEST STREET, through once mini; pertaining to Uio to tho ceme- Jiijio its for the iiuuiizliiono yur on eml itmul a pal streets of the city trl.il tery. Jesse Hooker was marshal of iijckiiKc of eliiiut uliks to select from. Address IJOTJ"ZS-,7-IXJXJE- 3, . ) , :id:E::iT-cra:K:'3rKEN Center tho day, and tho procession advanced fill: MODKKS n,JlConn. C Mention this paper. in this order: Brady's Band, Monroe ' street. New ll:iv v o. Post, No. 41, school children carrying t Juno TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. fiags, civil societies on.foot and citizens in carriages. At tho cemetery tho ceremonies wero begun with a TELEPHONE 1050.R1NG2. OF salute from Monroe Post. Addresses wero delivered by Professors Monroo, Jackson and Credit, whioh wore Residence Property. good and well received. Othors who Missos took a prominent part wore McFarland and D. B. Price, Dr. OF llRSmKSTi: Undorwood and Messrs. Blackburn iM vShelby and Third ON' THK COUVEIt114x10 House and' Lot For Sale. To Whom it May Concern. street- -, South sale, and Lane. Pont, will bo Mild b Commissioner y next J. L RODMAN & SON. t BIGr BJLJOJLIETS. tj i I tie 8c. j t I J. ants, Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. nnr'no j? 111 rnrr 8, J, 'THOMPSON, . hou-eliuli- l. -- Ml Commissioner's Sale Rose Buds a Specialty. Flora! designs. County Court D y. TWO-STOR- I S7-3- t. ' h 6 jOKCisr ISEeady for Spring Trade in the most complete - t. :BTjaK:i.:Er2 IS' Ready for Spring Trade with a large line of China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns Cook Stove s Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double I am closing out. goods. No trouble to show JNO. T.BUCKLEY. Religious. We would thick Tinware, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, and a complete line of House Furnishing Goods too large to mention. Take the elevator and examine my second floor. Tin roofing, guttering and job work solicited. JOHN T. BUCKLEY. Darby's Prophylactic sick-roo- H S, ministers and officers ot cluirchesin tin city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made.l be greatly obliged to the Baptist Church ftev. Sunday-schoo- W.' 0. Tay- lor will occupy his pulpit at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m., as usual. l experience upon the ball field precludes the ideas that he does not know how to use them, if so inclined, still it must be confessed that he not infrequently prejudices tho interests of his club by his easy going tactics. He seems to depend entirely upon the batting qualities of hiB team to secure the victory. ' And my, how they do slug the ball! They've Gone Home, Will Use it in every The corps of cadets from the State keep the atmosphere pure and College at Lexington, who have been in camp on Mr. Henry Church's wholesomejremoving all bad odors place, out on the Peak's Mill Pike, from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, broke camp Tuesday and returned to infection from all Fevers and all Lexington. Monday afternoon they participated in a sham battle, during which one party were retreating towards a stone fence, with bayonets fixed. When they reached the fence they were ordered to set their guns over the wall and then climb over. One of the cadets, by the name of Williams, in obeying this order, got upon the top of the fence and jumped down, and in the descent his left arm came in contact with the bayonet on his gun, which passed through the fleshy part of the forearm and entered tho muscles between the elbow and shoulder, inflicting a painful but not dangerous wound. Ho received medical attention on the spot and was able to go home with the rest. The officers and some of the cadets remained Tuesday night and attended the hop given them by the young gentlemen of the city at the Capital contagious diseases. Kentucky Central Railway "BLUB GRASS ROUTE,' Shortestand Quickest ruuterroin CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS . EAST. K WEST. MID SOUTHWEST. Tommy Newman was the hero of the day in more ways than ono. He Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. made the champion error record, Penick, the rector, will occupy fumbling nearly every chance he had. the pulpit at Ascension Church to- But when he worked his sliok trick concealing the ball while Mermorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at of chant was going through all the pre8:00 p. m. liminaries of pitching, and then calmly walking over and touching at 9:30 a. m. AST WEEN The eminent physician, J, Marion Sims, of New York, says: "1 LCAIWUI Ulti AND CINCINNATI. am convinced that Prof. Darby's SCdEDL'LE IN EFFECT NOV. 15TII. 1891. ProphylacticFluid is a most valu able disinfectant ' 21 No. 3, L I N E BET jouth Bound Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. We have some first class second L,ve Cincinnati hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Lve Covington. rannoutn Call and see them if you want a bar" Cynthiann gain. Mastin Bros. Arr i'uris . " Lexington 30-t- f. Lailv Accom. Ex 6UI1. Daily Express uibtilne Ex Sun. Dally. t 10am OOOpili 2 05pm b lti.iui b Ubpln 3 (apm UJbpm 4 biipiu U iDUIIl 0 3Up!ii IU 43am 'J 6'Joln 11 18am 102bpltl tilOpni 121Unu 11 oupm 7b0pm 6 15pm 11 2oaiu 12101m 1VS No.l, t(l hi Rev. O. B. H. Martin, D. D., of the have won the game in the regular number of innings, the crowd was Second Presbyterian Church, Dan- ready to forgive and forget all his ville, will occupy the pulpit past sins. First Presbyterian Church 11 outE. Rucker, whoso score would morningat ing at 8. CaTUULIU o'clock and in the evenCriORCH The magazines for June are one of the richest feasts of literature which services at the Church of the Good has yet been provided for readers of will be con- the monthly periodicals. Tho North Shepherd American Review, in particular, has ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, one of the strongest numbers which the pastor. ever issued from the ouico ot tne The leading topic, of First mass at 8 a. m., second mass publication. course, is the political situation, and Hotel. 10:30 a. m., and vespers at 3 p. m. at the discussion of President Harrison's administration, pro by Senators Tiie USUal CHifti&'riAW 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- Lve Paris . A Elk-hor- n. Lve Arr Lve Lve rr Winchester Berea . . . I) 6Upm Winchester Richmond. Richmond. If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, left at your residence every morning, leave orders at V. H. Averill's drug store, Express office or H. It. the Williams' grocery. U. S. 23-t- f. Darsie, the pastor, will occupy his of Oregon, and con by Senator Coan able presentaat 11 and 8:00 as lquitt of Georgia, isstandpoints. Tho pulpit tion from different usual. second term question is discussed by Young People's Society of Christian Hon. Dorman B. Eaton; silver by the Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- brilliant Murat Halstead, and several at other able papers from equally able er meeting in the Leoture-room- , hands complete the number. 7:30 p. m. Church Rev. George Dawes, of Massachusetts, and Bolph, Decoration Day. Millinery, Sam D. Methodist Church Rev. H. G. convenes at9:30a. m. The Epworth League will meet in the class room at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Mr. Henderson extends a cordial invitation to the members of the General Assembly to attend these services. Sunday-school Henderson morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at8 o'clock. will preach Rev. W. G. Neville, Southern Presbyterian Church at 11 a. occupy his pulpit and 8:00 p. m., as usual. m. At the morning service the eighth nnniunrsfirv of the organization of this Church will be celebrated and the roll of Church members will be called. The pastor earnestly requests that every member of the Church be present. There will also be communion services. At night the pastor will preach the first of a series of sermons on some of the prevailing sins of the day. The public are cordially invited to attend these services. In tho afternoon at 4 o'clock the pastor will preach to tho children. tho Ft. Madison (Iowa,) Democrat, contains information well worth remembering: "Mr. John Roth, of this city, who met with an accident a few days ago, spraining and bruising his leg and arm quite severely, was cured by ono 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm." This remedy is without an equal for sprains and bruises and should have a place in every household. For sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. 39-l- the pastor, will The following item clipped from Odds and Binds. One op the most amusing featuros of last Monday's base ball game was tho number of sharp tricks which tho homo boys worked off on tho countrymen. Goodloe Hammond, the capta'n of tho Ploasurevillo boys is a player who never resorts to tricks himself, and while his long where quite an elaborate programme, consisting of music, adDied iu Versailles. dresses and poems was gone through graves of tho colored Miss Leila Whittington, daughter with, and the soldiers buried there were also proof Mrs. Mary Whittington, died at her home in Versailles, on Saturday, fusely decorated with flowers. after a brief illness with pneumonia. Will Build Upon It. The deceased was a cousin of Mr. John E. Miles and Judge Ira Julian, Mrs. John Morgan, of Lexington, who, together with Mrs. Miles, at- sold on Thursday to tho Frankfort tended her funeral in that place on Brick Company a lot on the cornor of Sunday. Campbell and Murray street, South Frankfort, fronting three hundred Interesting: to Ladies. feet on Murray and running back one feet on CampDear Madam Does your husband hundred and nine-twseem tired of you, are you always bell, to an alley, for three thousand peevish? Do you and your husband dollars. Tho company propose to have little spats now and then? This erect a number of brick cottages upis the case with most married people; and tho only way you will ever live on it, for rent. This is the first sale in perfect harmony is to restore the of lots in tho edge of the city since Spurkling eyes, rosy cheeks, strengtn, became a certainvigor and playfulness of girlhood; the street railroadbo more in tho near stick to you ty, but there will then your husband will like he did in your courting days, future. and not be seeking tho society of other ladies. DerUnterstntzunjjs Ver-eiIf you will try ono package of "Roue Buds'1 you will not regret it; it will make a new woman of you. "Rose The following officers were elected Buds" will absolutly euro Congestion, and Falling of the Womb. on Wednesday evening by the GorInflamation Leucorrhea or Whites, Rupture at man Benevolent Society for tho enChildbirth, Ovarian Tumors, Miscarriages and all tho distressing symp- suing year: Alex. Schneider, President. toms; such aB Bearing down pains, Stephen Fuhs, Vico President. Back Ache, Head Ache, Melancholy, Sleeplessness, etc. Its wonderful Henry Gobber, Treasurer. effects are noticed from tho first apGustavo LaFontaine, Correspondplication. Leucorrhea or Whites aro two applica ing Secretary. usually cured by one or John Kopp, Financial Secretary. tions. JNO doctor's examination treat yourself. By mail, postpaid, A. Studer, r. $1.00. The Leverette Specific Co., Trustees Jake Ahlor, August Web339 Washington St., Boston, Mass. ber and James Sower. The Cosmopolitan's leading scientific article is another of the series on aeronautics by Hiram S.Maxim, who presents tho theory of his There is the usual aeroplane. amount of light reading, besides several other special papers, and the number has as usual something to suit all tastes. The Review of Reviews, "the busy man's magazine" fully maintains its title and is rapidly becoming a prime favorite. Wlliams. Decoration day was observed on Monday with appropriate ceremonies. The members of the G. A. R. and their friends formed a procession at the Custom House at 3 o'clock in tho afternoon, and, headed by the drum corps, proceeded to the Ceme tery, where the ritualistic services of the G. A. R. were performed by A. G. Bacon Post, and an address was delivered by Senator Jones, after which the graves of the Union soldiers wore beautifully decorated with flowers by forty-fou- r little girls. George W. Monroo Post, colored, also formed a procession at the First Independent Baptist Church and with Brady's Band proceeded to tho Far Cemetery, All untrimmed'bonnets and hats at Arr Stanford. half furnished prices. Lvo Livingston. Lve London . . Arr Corbln. . . Lve Corbln. . . Lve Barb'rvlllo. Lve Pliievllle. . LveMlddlosb'h. Arr Cum' b Gap. Lve Corbln. . . Lve Wlllla'sb'n. Arr Jelllco.. . . Lve Richmond Lve Lancaster.. . ArrLivingston. 3 001)111 3 15pm 4 'l oapm 1 35 pm 1 35pm 4U1II1I 7 05pm 8 OOimi m 4 GOOiin 6 6ipni 5i lupm G4lim 4 Oupni 5 45pm 0 20pm 1 7 3a pro 7 Gjpm 4 45pm 50pm 520pm 2, Johnson & Co. North-Boun- d, Express If you have a buggy, carriage or set of harness which needs repairing take it to the Kentucky Buggy and Harness Company on east Broadway. Lve Stanford " Lancaster All work promptly executed. Arr Richmond. x Lve Jelllco. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Lve Wlliia'sb.g. a Arr Corbln.. . . w Lve Cum'b Gun reBuggies, carriages and harness Lve Mlddlesb'h paired by tho Kentucky and Harness Lve FInevI e a , 15-t- f. m Dally 4 Ex Sun. No. Dally. No. No. G, Dally Ex Sun, 7 10 05am 15am 7 00am b 45am 8 60am 9 3oam i HI Company. 15-t- f. m two-stor- y rooms-susceptible apply at this office. of being made a double tenementy located in a good neighborhood in South Frankfort, is offered for rent. Will rent either ArrWlnchester Lve Winchester half or all of the house. For terms Arr Paris Arr Paris. . . . Lve Cynthiana. Lve Falmouth.. Arr Covington, Arr Cincinnati. House for Rent A. frame residence of eight Lve Barb'rvllle. Arr corbln.. . Lve Corbln. . Lve London . Arr Livingston. Lve Livingston Lve Berea.. . . Arr Richmond. Lve Richmond. si G G 33ain 58am 47am 8 35am 9 25am 9 35am G G 7 10 11 11 12 05;im .... Lve Lexington, For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom land, situated about two miles west ofFrankfort, on L. & N. Railroad, adjoining W. L. Collins. Will sell the whole or in lots at a bargain. For particulars call on J. A. Coins, Millville, Ky. - 7 7 7 7 8 9 10 11 65am 10am 45ain 00am 53am 21am 23am 51am 00am 05am 10am lOnn 1241pm 1241pm 185pm 165pm 227pm 2 00pm 2 37pm 3 07pm 4 01pm 5 35pm 5 45pm Ham 3 45pm 4 25pm 4 48pm DSOpm G C37pm 45pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH, No. 10, NO. 12 North-BounDaily, Dally, Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun d, - Dress Goods. Sam. D. We offer our stock of colored Arr. woolen novelty dress goods at cost. Arr. Lve. Lve. Arr. Lve. Cincinnati Lve. Covington . . Johnson & Co. 38-2- t. Arr. Lexington . Paris. . . . Millersburg Carlisle. . . Johnson . . Maysville, . South-Boun- o Cow Tho person who lost a dry Alderny cow, with ono horn shorter than the other and ring and hole in tho right ear, can hear of her whereabouts by calling and paying for this notice. Tho party has had hor for two weeks and wants the owner to come and take hor away. Sclentlflo American Agency for Stray 7G4pm 1010 am 8 80 p m No. 9, No. iii Daily. Daily, Ex. Sun, Ex. Sun 5 20 a in 5 67 am G 50 a m 7 16 a in 7 40 a m 8 28 a in 10 51 a m 11 00 n m 7 00 n m 7 55 a in 8 18 a in 8 40am 9 34 u m 2 3 6 02pm 20pm 015 pra G88pin 700pm E5pm Lve. Maysville . , Lve. Johnson . Lve, Carlisle. . . Lve, Millersburg Arr. Paris, . . . Arr. Lexington, . Arr. Covington . Arr. Cincinnati . 160pm 227pm 3 45pm 4 10 7 00pm 8 20pm pin (!87pm 0 45 pm n. C. P. ATMORE, S. It. KNOTT, (Jen. Pass. Agt. Trafllo Malinger. General Ofllces, Louisville, Ky. S. F. B. MORSE, Asst. Oen'l Puss. Ag't. ijWTi OAVEATS, DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc For Information and f roo Handbook; write to MUNN & CO., SCI BltOADWAT, NEW YORK. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Every patent taken out by us is brought before tbe public by a notice given f reo of charge In the I WMJC IDHHUai Door-Koope- tsu-i- Largost circulation of any sclentlflo paper In the world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should be without it. Weekly, 3.00 year i tlM six months. Address MUNN & CO VDBUauius. 881 Broadway, New York, f Ghamberof CommerceBldg., Cincinnati, O, Dally to all points except Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 2 Runs dallx. except Sunday from Lexlne- ton to Cincinnati. No.l Runs dally No. 4 Runs dally from all stations except the Rowland Division, which Is dally exeept Sunday. No. G Dally except Sunday. No 6. runs dally except Sunday between Cincinnati and Lexington. No, 10 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daily. Leaves Lexington 10,00 a. m. Arrives Paris 10:'6u. in. Leaves No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Arrives Falmouth Cincinnati 6.15 p. m 7:05 p. m daily except Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth G a. m. Arrlvos Cincinnati 7.65 a. in., dully except Sunday. Nos. land 3 make connections at Winchester for points on the N.N. & M . V. Ry., E. D. No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddleaborough and Cumberland Gap and all Intermediate stations and runs dally. Ofllco, No. 1 4 i ; BEAK V IN" MIND Watches, Gold and Rolled Plate Jewelry Diamonds and Diamond Jewelry, Bronzed and Iron Clocks Silver and Silver-PlateWare. d Life The National Co. Insurance D. G. Drake, aft & AtfS V P Tls.at "1n77"o Have tlj.c Xjcirerofst Steele tlio City. In M. A.. Selbert, the jeweler, Frankfort, Ky. Dr. Hale's Household Oint- ment or more, has returned to our burg and moved into his houso lately Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Ilheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Outs, 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 The Garfield Club. Editor Roundabout: The Garfield Club was organized November 2, 1801, with a membership of about one hundred white Republicans. It has been steadily growing until now it has some two hundred epublican party, the promotion of friendly and social relations among the members thereof, and to better discharge the duties connected with the foregoing objects. It was through the influence of the Club that a candidate was put in the field in the late Mayoralty race, and, although wo did not elect our man, we had the Democrats pretty badly frightened, and caused them to resort to things which should noL have been done. Not to be disheartened at the result, the Club has continued to grow until now it is established on a Arm basis, both numerically and financially. It was at first thought and is yet by some that the Club was only a temporary organization. We desire to impress upon the minds of all that such is not the case. It is a permanent organization. It has a great future before it and will undoubtedly make its influence felt in the coming campaign. It is not the purpose ot the Ulub to the Sromote office, interests of any paror faction in the ty. It stands strictly on neutral ground, and if differences are incurred among the members thereof on account of conflicts in past conventions, that should not deter them from taking an active intorest in the welfare of tho Club. The Club was organized solely to promote the interests of the Republican party, and not any wing or faction thereof. This is an organization of white Republimembers. The Club was incorporated for the of the principles of the Parasols. Dr. the nerves. A new discovory. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without A small lot of fancy parasols at bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipaoperation and with little or no pain. tion. Splendid for men, women and cost to close. Sam. D. Johnson & Co. children. Smallest, mildest, surest. REEERENCES . 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at W. McKee llardle, Frankfort, Ky. y J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. 38-2- t. 45-l- manager of tho National Life Insurance Co., of Vermont, for southwestern Ohio and Kentucky, is in the city looking for a good man to take the agency of attended the dedication at Swallow-fiel- d this company lor Franklin county. last Sunday. All got homo safe, The National, although young in although Mr. Tyler's horse wanted Kentucky, is one of the oldest comNothing serious panies doing business. It was incorto run off badly. happened though. All's well that porated in 1818, and the Hon. Henry ends well. Clay was one of its original incorpoMiss Jennie Macklin is home from rators. Although only one year in the National enrolls Cincinnati, where she has been at- the State holders a number ofamong Kenit policy tending the Art Academy. tucky citizens. Tho charm of the Mr. Gipp Thompson, of Stodman-tow- National is its conservative managewho has been quite ill, is some ment and unparallelled contract. In better at this writing low death rate, high interest and is Its Mr. Parront closed his school Tues- surplus rates, itis a unsurpassed. model of day and he reports a fair attendance policy contract manager wouldsquare take throughout. The exhibition was dealing. The in pleasure well attended although the evening greatand literaturefurnishing informato was quite rainy. All the scholars vied tionto represent a first-cla-any one desiring several in Frankfort. Any person company one with the other in their desiring parts which were well rendered. takThey all had a picture taken of tho insurance would do well before stata memento in ing it to send age and address, and school and scholars for wanted, the future of tho happy days at ing kind and amountthe National's get a of school. policy. For all information, addres, D. G. Drake, Mr. William Perkins and family are visiting relatives and friends in this 9 Hammond Building, Cincinnati, O. vicinity this week. The Reason. Sakaii Jane. The reason the editor of the Daily Call never doffs his hat to the ladies Miles' Nerve and Liver is because he supports a fly skating Pills. ring beneath it. Perpetual Motion. Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though n, ss fac-simile occupied by Mr. Redd. Mrs. Appelgate is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Triplett. Mr. John McBride and wife and Miss Mattle Greenup and Mr. Tyler R ROGERS Our Store for a New uewiaeasi'utt7iaJ3righti r p. t, Dnnixi t & SON, "xi Ask at Brief Way ."l-- BISSFI l I We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about MSSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carSixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. f pets ought to read. Free to those who ask for it. Remember the place, St Clair St., opp Court House. DR. W. !. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the "THE KING" SICKLE AND TOOL GRINDER FOIt (IKIXDIXO PHOENIX: HOTEL, IN LEXINGTON. KY.. MOWING M A C II I X ES KNIVES, SHOVEL PLOWS. HATCHETS, AXES, GUUIJIIING HOES, TOOLS, ETC. Saturday, May 7th. 1892. Saturday, May 28th, 1892. Saturday, Juno 18th, 1892. surgical fl To Old Point. Excursions to Minneapolis, Chicago and Omaha, via Queen & Crescent Route. National ConatMinneapolis, Minn., tickets vention will bo on sale at half rates June 1st to 5th, good for return until June For tho Republican 26, 1892. On account meeting T. P. A., Old Point Comfort, Va., the L. & N. will sell round trip tickets to above point on June 12th and 13th, good to return 30 days from date of sale, at one faro for the round trip. H. ilcClure, Frankfort, Ky. .V.J. hushes. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jus. M. WIthrow, Frankfoit, Ky. A. Dr. E. M. Oober, Fiankfort. Ky. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. V. Berberlch, Frankfoit, hy. Rev. L. V. Uulett. Bensun. Ky. J. W. w. Alexander, Agent. Ginghams. DR. KELLEY'S ofllce nnd residence Is at 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found everj day of each week except SATUR-DAYPamphlets describing these diseases and the mode ot treatment sent free to anyone W. I. KELLEY. M. D., by aadressiiiB 259 W. ElBht St. Cincinnati, 0. CONSULTATION FREE. The best and only successful ever nrule for the purpose. Eor side by PRICE $5 IX). MASTIN BROS. cans only. In accordance with tho Constitution adopted by tho Club, at our next regular meeting, which will bo held on the evening of Juno 11th, there will bo an election of officers to serve for tho ensuingyear. Lot every member attend, especially those living in tho country, as business of importance will be attended to. W. H. V. Ex-Stat- o Big reduction in price good gingFor tho Democratic National Con- ham from 7 cents up. Sam. D. Johnson & Co. vention at Chicago, 111., tickets will bo on sale at half rates June 16 to 20, good for return until July 22, 1892. Trains, New Two Houses for Sale. Solid Vestibuled to without Cincinnati, Orleans HOUSES SITUATED ON change, making direct connections THE TWO FRAMKare for siilo at u reasonable I West llroiulwiy in Cincinnati Depot with vestibuled price. Ternw easy to suit purchns rs. One th other seven rooms. house litis hit trains of connecting lines. For fur- Tney are both rooms papered ami painted. newly Have new fenuliiK Ac, mid tire In thorough ther information call on agents or For price cull at LeCoinpte A (!ajle's, or June address D. O. Edwards, G. P. & T. A., on W. L. Jett. Cincinnati, O. 38-2- t. 7 enlIlusI SmVlN CUREii lr. AudiHon. W. V. Lucas, tor, of Iowa, says: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family and have no hesitation in saying it is an oxcellontlromody. I believe all that is claimed for it. Persons afflicted by a cough or cold will find it a friend." There is no danger from whooping cough when this remedy iB freely given. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gaylo, Drug- Buclclen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, P. H. Carpenter. 5-- iy JC 1 OLE Is certain In Its eUects and does not bllirter. Read proof below : ered, as It The Most SncccsHfiil Itemcdy everdlscoy T'ONIC CXJU33S Kendall's Spavin Cure. Dr. D. J. Ke.viui.i, Co.: Gouts About three years dko I wroto to yon nbouta horsu I owned who had n Spavin. I used six bottlta ot jour Kendall's bpav In Cure, audit mad? a complete Cure. 1 Iiuvb recommended It to oihers w Uo have used It wltu like biiccpss. HUS. ANNUS Shfiuvood, Md., May 2, "SO. LOSS OF APPETITE, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Naucea, Sour Stomacn, Sleeplessness, Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Loss of Energy, Weakness of Back, Feelings of Languor and Lassitude, General Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc, In use for 23 years by eminent phyMolaiu nnd surtjeoni In tbe United Hint, and pronounced by them the best TON1U exunt it cures where all others fall. Try it uud be convinced. Ask your Druggist for It. E. KUULUtOV. Kendall's Spavin Cure. I.indes, Warren Co., Va., Juno 23, 1889. Dn. It. J. Kendali. Co.: Dear Sirs I must say that Ionco tried a bottla ur Kendall's Spavin euro on ntttreoo car-olof colt, and It entirely rtmov td a bono muiviii and I did not iLtoan the bottle in removing It. The horse Is slxornevuu years old, very sound, andhaa done hard work all ot tho time. E. Ki.ncjston Salisbubt. liespectf ully yours, gist. 39-l- Forks of Ellcliorn. Wo have had two monster rains this weok. Tobacco setting about over. Last Sunday was a fifth Sunday; the Ohurchos in our littlo village were closed and no proaohing. Regular services at tho Christian morning and Church ' night at tho usual hours. Elders Oreighton and Olubb will both bo with us. Mr. tfe'SGS Aro tiny number or wheels on tho market to day. but there Is only one 111 lUethat emuo.lles 11llth.it That the rtouW "luxurious cycling" Imply. make Is the celebrated RAMBLER, with Its (jreat tires, Its great spring pneiimatlo or cushion name Its loin? steering head. Its great chain, and last, but not least, Its htmdy steering and easy running qualities. Don't bo Induced to buy 11 wheel until )ou have seen tho lViinblor. It Is worth going out ot your way to see. You will never regret having examined one. Are You Going? Tho Queen and Gresent routo being equipped with solid vestibulod trains, the Queen and Orosont Sneoial, and the Cincinnati Limited, will have tho trains to tho Republican atlonal Convention at Indianapolis. Tickets will bo sold Juno 1st to 5th, good for return until June 26th, at rate of one faro for tho round trip. THERE & Itonndabout olllce, 217ft 8t.;:ialr street, AGENTS DUK Kendall's Spavin Cure. PRICE, $1.00 PEIt BOTTLE. J. W. ED RAY Columbia, Ala., July 21, 1889. Da. II. J. Kendaia Co. i Gouts I have effectually removed ono case of bono Hunvln with your Kendall's Spavin Cure. I cheerfully recommoud It to all. Respectfully, R. C Kkiqiit. & GO,, Manfs, and Proprs., Price $1 por battle, or six bottles for $5. All drop, gists have It or can get It for you, or It will bo sent to any address on receipt of price by tho propria Ksu. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Aug Bob Rodd has rented Mr. For sleeping car reservations or any Albert Hookersmith'B house and spooial information or accommodamoved in Monday. tions call on or address ticket agents Mr. Howard Stedman, who has of tho Queen & Orescent Routo, or D. been living in Georgetown for a year G, Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. .4&SS&&& CItUTCIIEIt ROBERTS JunelS-ly- . PABI8, E. AVERILL, ICY. Sole Agent, Frankfort, Ky. PRINCE WELLS, of Louisville. .My, Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. Jki'i- - 'jfAArf'.-- l mml I 8 Mtansvssssassasa JKtttxyzmttwmr&rj. ,n jEcmfl "fjesoez hesst Furnishings Bsst and Kiggast Clotliin ii1 GO TO Best, Biggest and Cheapest D i ; J B house! b nil L shoe In Kentucky. -- ;J F p 11 L Si FRA. WKPORT A3SD LOTnSTlLLB. TKSfilXESaCaaSEHSEJl In ZSentuclsy. 7-3 xa:.-rvrD- E Txazz: BIGGE ST, K- - BEST AND CHEAPE ST 1 w Clothing, Hat, Shoe and Furnishing Houses in Kentucky. Good Suits, $5, 86, $7, $8. Fine Suits, 810, 815, 820. 15, 820, 825, 830. Dress Suits, SEE OUR Boys' and Children's CRUTCH FRANKFORT- & AND- - STA BKS, -- SEE OUR Boys' and Childfen's SUITS. ijscg-rggsgsssaa LOUISVILLE. SUITS. 41 A Excursion Rates. tion regarding this wonderful instruDiseases of all kinds can be More t'jen p iyi for Us um In tlio extra producBRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga. cured easier and quicker by it than tion of BOLD BY ALL J"UGGI8T& any other means. Gov. Thos. M. Holt, of North Carolina, says he always gets good results from the use StJ SJ- of the Electropoise. W. H. Morcran, M. D. D. D. S., Dean net a trial box. of Vanderbilt Dental College, of A SMALL I ISTILLKHY, NOW Electro-pois- e A- - in operation, for sale cheap. Only 4.000. Nashville, Tenn., says: ''The JFOTl SuSlLE entirely relieved mo of severe A raro bargain. Apply to M.T. MITCHELL, rheumatism, enabled me to sleep Jnn.23-tf- . Frankfort Ky. well and get about without crutches: CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, also cured my wife of rheumatism." Morgan is one of the best known Newport News &' Mississippi Valley Co. Dr. dentists in the South. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS- Mr. F. P. O'Brien, editor of the Washington, Philadelphia, says: Birmingham, Ala., June 0 to 13, Meeting Supreme Heudquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS Now York, Baltimore, Lodge A. O. U. W., Helena, Montana, "The Electropoise cured me of nerAND SUNDRIES. vous exhaustion (caused by la grippe), Sea-Sho- re Old Point and the June 16 to 18, at one faro for round insomnia and dyspepsia." tr.p. AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. finest SOU WATER in Frankfort, June 19, Southern District AssociaIN EFFECT NOVftMBER 15. lH'Jl Dultois & Webb, tion of Colored BaptiBt of Kentucky, Koom 10, Norton Block, April Fast Limited Acem Dally d at OampbellHburg, at one and EAST BOUND Mull Express Dally Corner Fourth and Jefferson, Dally. juaiiy Ex bun. ex Sun faro for the round trip certifiLouisville, Ky. "v V 7 35am uipin U tuaui 6iH'lm Lve Lexington cate plan. Udpm 8 2 III in 645pm 12!!tii)lii Winchester " C June 26, 27 and 28, Prohibition Con" 8 04am 7 12pm I Uopm 7 35pm A Mt. Sterling V DAILY. Vestibulecl Sleepers. vention, at Cincinnati, June 29 to 30, 3L-C. . . . Ashland. . ' 12 10am 1007pm 1892, at one faro for the round trip, n lid. vHii Cattlottsburg " 1 J 23ptn 10 23pm fiitom limited to return July 7th. The Queen and Cresenthave placed Huntington " lidJinn 10 17pm 30am "vlAwsw w June 15 to 17, Eclectic Medical Asso- in service between Ohatanooga and Washington " Gbmin 2 lOpm jND 17 L'hlludeiphlu " ciation (National) at St. Louis, Mo., Shroveport, via Birmingham, Meri- No Yom Arr. 10 2().imi 550pm 2)l)ni 1 n d fare for the dian, Jackson, Vicksburg and Monat one and round trip. roe, now vestibuled sleepers of the WEST HOUND. C. D. Bercaw, most modern improvement, being G. F. & P. A. lighted with gas and upholstered in lluiitmgiou Lve. uoiiaiu lUJInii G45rm Hpm the grandest style. uaiuetisuurg " 025 tin i ipm 037,1111 2 03pm 727mii This improvement is in accord with Ashland Ex Sun Tlie Trouble Over. the improvements that aro being Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 27am 508pm 1 20pm 025am 45pm 155pm 71Cam . " 1115am made on the entire system, making Winchester A prominent man in town exclaim- it the most comfortable route be Lexington Arr, UOipm 020pm 2 40pm 8 05ara ed tlie other day: "My wife has tween the North and South, which LouUvlllH Arr. D2opill 950pm 71i)nmll5i)iin been wearing out her life from the the traveling public will fully appreMM TED VE riHULKD MAINS run daili lit counts tloi.vit.i OadupuaKJ te Otilo'F. V. v.", effect of dyspepsia, liver complaint ciate. to New Vork. and indigestion. Her case baffled runs dully and CtlAlNS FAST MUIj tlio Hlcill of our best nhvsicians. mitko losal stops lutneen Loxliuion and HuntAfter iieing three packages of Aunt ington. Fanny's Health Restorer sho is almost IIUVTIM'jrJNJit MORKHEAD uccommoda entirely well." Keep your blood in a tlons run dally. Baby was sick, wo gavo her Castorla. healthy condition by the use of this When LEXtVUTON &MJHKIIE.VD& LEXINGTON MT. STERLING uccommodiitlons run dully ex- great vegetable compound. Call on When sho was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. CttPtllll Chapman & Williams and get a trial When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. Horn THRO'JvUI SbUdl'lNG OAitd to an package free. Largo size 50o. When sho had Children, sho gavo them Castorla. ihiiIii jtou an N v York without chwme. ment. o, The Kentucky Midland offers reduced rates on the following special occasions: June 1 to 11, American Association of Nurserymen, Atlanta, Ga. certificate plan. June 5th and 6th, Medical Associad tion, Detroit, Mich., one and fare one times the regular first-claway. May 30 to Juno 30, M. E. Church Conference at Westminster, Md. Arrangements are made to sell tickets to Baltimore or Hagerstown, Md., for above named occasions, at one d fare certificate plan. and June 7, State Convention Peo- at Lexington, Ele's Party of Kentuckyand at rate of one times the one way fare. June 7 to 8, Epworth League (General District) of M. E. Church at Mt. Vernon, O., June 7 and 8, 1892 certificate plan. June 18 to zi), students' summer School (Y. M. C. A.) and the Southern Secraterial Institute, at Knox-villTenn. certificate plan. June 8 to 17th, Homeopathy American Institute, at Washington, D. plan. June 14 to 16, Master Plumbers' Association, Washington, D. 0., certificate plan. June 11 to 12, Travelers Protective Association, Old Point Comforf., Va., June 16 to 18, at one fare for round one-thirss rtwPUD ELECTROPOISE, Tlie Greatest Curative Agent Known. It cures the disease by causing the body to absorb oxygen from the atmosphere. If you aro sick, if you are disgusted with drugs and expensive doctor bills, write to DuBdis & Webb, Fourth and Jefferson streets, Louisville, Ky., and get full informa- WM, CROMWELf CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! ATTORNEY-AT-LAFriend " 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 TABLER'SDII ( " Mothers' C REAL BSTA.TJB AGJ3Ar7. BUCKEYE will aUo give AlfD "MOTHERS' FRIEND" and the adjoining countlea, an. ipclNl attention to the purchs" ind sale of real estate, collection or nta claitm md the tegottitinn of loans lnnl-i ITHLL PRACTICK IN THE COCHTH r Jl core's Poiiltiy cores wTgfggae but pbles, and CERTAIN CURE 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR MKD. PILES. Prepared by niClUUPB0M.TATI.0n known for CO., ST.L0CI8. Remedy. A SURE one-thir- one-thir- d WILL DO all mat is claimed for HAND MORE. ItShortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers " mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by express on receipt of price $1.D0 per botUe TS THE OLDEST POUTKY ITMKDY ON THE 1 market. Postively preentsund cures CHOLERA AND GAPES Kentucky Midland diiortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT, FOR SALE. SOUR-MAS- Onh direct line between Frankfort, lisle, Georgetovn and Paris, Car sir Maysville, Cyntbiana, Fal- mouth and Covington. ' Age-Heral- d, ASK FOU TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND. t.-i- TflAINS HUN BY GENTflAL STANDAHD TIME. TIME TABLE MAY 9 1K2. I 1' M 1. one-thir- TltAlNS E AST. Lv. Frankfort Lv. Summit Lv, KlKliorn Lv. Duvull . . . A . No. p M M No. a. No. 7. 8.40 3.40 3.61 S.6U 4.11 4 18 If fi.00 O.IMJ U G 1.00 1.10 1.125 11 v () PJllfi Lv.btvlUer Lv.KnmpIng Ground Lv. Johnson C. . Lv. Ueorijetown Lv H I v. Newtown Lv. S. Depot one-thir- Lv Elizabeth Ar Pari", Contruvllle ...... I . .B . 6.3!) G 44 G.62 0.6G 7.0U 6.2 lb 1.40 2.00 Z10 2.20 2.35 3.10 C. A 7.18 7.23 7.37 4.23 4.30 4 40 4.54 5.03 5.07 5.20 I 3.(0 &35 3.45 4.05 ..." V ill: 1 ! mm Umi fumIMm Ar. Centervlllo. Ar. Newtonw Ar. U S. Depot . Ar. Georgetown . Ar. Johnson Ar, Duvull Ar. TIUINS WU&r. Lv. Paris c r.Ellznboth. . . . . . . B Mil No. 4 fi.&U No. 2. 8.00 8.12 8.10 8.21 H.3G U M 1' M No. 8No,12 4.40 C.07 5.15 5.30 6.60 0.52 7.05 7.15 7.35 7.55 G.0I G.08 8.11 (117 0 37 0.40 G.48 G.51 8. 49 . Ar. Swltzer Ar. Klkliorn Ar. Summit . . . , . Ar. Frauktort . . . A Stamping Ground . . 8.54 0.01 0.13 9.10 9.25 9 33 7.01 7.1.1 7.19 7.25 7.33 8.10 8.20 8.30 1 29 1 C. L. BttOWN, Gen. Pass, Agent, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoriai (t. A.. Lexington, Ky. W.S. lUimiaoN. O.A., Ashland. Ky. (J VV". IHHNKV, e'rI (3$ rasa A connects with L. & N. B connects with Q. & 0. and L. S. O connects with K. U. E. B. WEITZEL, 0. D. BKUOAW, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Puss. Agt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. tions form the shortest mid cheupest route to all points north, south mid west. For further Information apply to their aconts, Tho Kentucky Midland Railway mid connec- rag ihifatiOilifaayAiifllAJW