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X889, Number 40 A Mystery Explained. oloping with negroes, tramps and n Bpecial-Sscoachmen. Tho Dr. Franklin Miles, sayB all such girls are more or leas hysterical, nervous, very impulsive, unbalanced; usually subject to headache, neuralgia sleeplessness, immodorato crying or laughing. These show a woak ner vous system for which there is no remedy equal to Refltorativo Nervino. Trial bottles and a fine book containing many marvelous cures, free at J. W. Gayle's, who also sells and guarantees Dr. Miles celebrated New Heart Cure, tho finest of heart tonics. Oures fluttering, short breath, otc. woll-knowt, U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. vj, of rich, prdtty and educated Tho papers contain frequontnoticct Baking 1 !&M c. F. BROWER & UUij Powder Four World's Fair Route to Chicago. S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. ABSOLUTELY PURE Kijj j I House Furnisnings. WE NOW HAVE ON EXHIBITION COMPLETE LINES OF J rf f u. P & sion. bacco have about all finished setting the weed. ;State Teachers' AssociaRegular services at the Christian tion both morning and Church night, at the usual hours. A.t Paducah, Kentucky, tho prettiest our school, under city in tho State, June 28, 29 and 30. itsTho fifth year of pieaent management, closed last Tho Kentucky State Teachers' appropriate exAssociation will meet in its regular Tuesday night with recitations, tabercisesdialogue, annual session at tho above place leaux. &c, the pupils acquitting and time mentioned. themselvo3 in a very creditable manThe railroads of the State have ner. Following is tho programme in .given one faro rates for round trip to full as carried out, viz: all members (the L. & N. will require Praypr. membership certificates when tickets Music. purchased). 4ire Dialogue "Quite Another State of The new and elegantly furnished Affairs", Stella Cannon, Lutio Lucas, Palmar House has been selected as Mary headquarters for the Association, and Bertha Estes, Carrie Brock and Estes. has reduced rates to 2.00 per day Recitation "MissFidget," Mattio for one poison in a room and 1.50 Lucas. where two persons occupy tho same "The Temperance Recitation room. There will be ample room in Man," Georgia Brock. this house for all, but if any prefer Dialogue Alex. "Aspirations," .a cheaper place, the rates at the St. Goddard, Morris Brock, Bertha Estes, 1.00 and 1.25 per Nicholas will be Carey Clubb, Hamilton Wallace, day; at tho Hart House 80c. and Dale Ernest Wallace and Allen Bedford. House 75c. Besides these cheap Sophia ''A Life," Recitation .rates, the Entertainment Committee will have provided free entertainthe ment in private families for all who DialogueLes"The Society ofCrockett Miserables" .may want it. Lucas The meetings will be held at Mor- Parrent, Stella Cannon, Lutie unless the weather and Willie Parrent. Night" ton's opera-hous- e Irene Recitation "Good ds too warm, and in that event, FounMetz. tain Park has been secured. This Recitation ''The Lost Pantaloons," park is just outside the city limits, Carey Clubb. and is on the lino of tho Electric Tableaux 'Saving the Life of Capt. street railway, sufficient cars of Smith." which will be chartered for tho occaRecitation "Your Mission," Mary 6 -es , All trains of tho popular Big Four Route are vestibuled and equipped wiin paiaco sleeping uurs, pnviibu compartment buffet cars, reclining chair cars and elegant parlor cafe dining cars, start from Central Union station, Cincinnati, where connection is made with the Queen & Cresent route and Louisville & Nashville rail tho disagreeable road, avoiding transfer across the city necessary via other lines, enter Chicago in full view of the World's Fair buildings, and st,op at VanBuren, street opposite Auditorium, 1 eland and Richelieu Hotels. Five trains daily between Cincinnati and Indianapolis, two trains daily for St. Louis and Peoria, sure connction for all western and northeastern points. Rates as low as the lowest. Tickets via the Big Four route are on sale at' coupon offices throughout the country. Be sure you get them. CARPETS, RUGS, STRAW MATTINGS, FURNITURE, WALL PAPERS, AND DRAPERIES, LOW WHICH WE ARE OFFERING AT SPECIAL PRICES. First-clas- s New and Attractive Styles. Strictly Goods. SPECIALTIES. Wood General Passenger Agent, . D. B. Martin, Cincinnati, Mantels, Folding Utii-h- by 0 a rri a. g e 5. O. Specimen Cases. ilarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrodsburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and sovea boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba. 0., had' five large Fever sores on Ins leg, doctors said ho was incurable One bottle Electric Bitters and 0110 box Bucklen's Arnica Salvo cured him entirely. Sold by the South Side drug store, 3 P. H. Cakpenter. S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected, to an Money saved by placing your orders with us. C. F. BROWER CO. HOW AND WHAT TO DO. Estes. When you reach the city yon will be met at tho depot or wharf by members of the Reception Committee who will take you at once to the Secretary, whose headquarters will be at Sup't. McBroom's office, corner of Fifth and Court streets; there 'enroll and get a membership badge, which will entitle you to free rides on the street cars, free entartaii:ment if you wish it and reduced rates at the hotels Membership fee 1. the city will be full of people, so no reductions or favors can be .shown anyone without the proper badge. Tho exhibit work, which will be put up in the High School building, will be an important feature of tho meeting and will more than repay any one a trip across tho State to see it. Tho leading schools of Kentucky and some from other States will have work on exhibition. Come and see it, you cannot afford to miss it. Got ideas from the leading educators of tho State, then go homo and each a better school next .year. er Estes. Recitation ''Something and Nothing" Carrie Brock. Recitation "My Bread on tho Waters," Ernest Parrent. Dialogue 'Gettinga Photograph," Lutie Lucas, Crockett Parrent, Bertha Estes and Willie Parrent. Recitation "How He Saved St. Micheals," Dialogue "City Against Coutry," Lutie Lucas, Willie Parrent, Ernest Parrent, Mattie Lucas and Bertha Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. THE BROWNIE Has Dulled His Axe By Trying To Out His Prices Lower Thau I Am Naming On ZEH3Z -- &bk- Stella Cannon. Recitation "Yes or No," Stevio Goddard. Dialogue "Little Wise Heads," Mattie Lucas, Lilith Spicer, Irene liletz and Sophia Estes. Tableaux- - -- 'Young America." Recitation "The Soldiers Pardon " Local Committee. Height of Cruelty. Nervous women seldom receive th oympathy they deserve. While often tho pictures of health, they are constantly ailing. To withhold sympathy from these unfortunates is tht Jieigtht of cruelty. They have a weak heart, causing shortness of breath, fluttering, pain in side, woak and hungry spells, and finally swolling of ankles, oppression, choking, smothering and dropsy. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is just tho thing for thorn. For their nervousness, headaoho, weakness, otc, his Rostorative Nor-viu-o Store. is unequaiod. Fine treatise on Morris Brock, Stella Cannon, Allen Bedford, Mary Estes, Hamilton Wallace, Nora Metz, Ernest Wallace, Ernest Parrent, Carrie Brock, Irene Consumption. Metz, Sophia Estes, Mattie Lucas, Lilith Spicer, Carey Clubb. Tho most to bo dreaded of all disTableau "Tho Parting." eases often begins in a simple cold, Benediction. simply neglected. No cough should be allowed to run a singlo day withLadies. out using the finest remedy in the world, Dr. Halo's Household Couch Are you suffering from weakness? Cure. Itacts like magio, strengthening Is your complexion sallow? Do you tne lungs, allaying all irritation and Are you cures a cough whore all other remehave constant back-ache- ? constipated? Do you feel all tired dies fail. 25 and 50c. per bottle at out? If you have any of these feel- Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. 4 ings begin at onco to uso Dr. Halo's Household Tea. It will give you a clear complexion, will restore you to. neaitn ana strengin unu win inuitu you feel like a new person. Get it today at Carpenter's South Side Drug 4 Crockett Parront. Dialogue "Tne Big HollowSchool," Willie Parrent, Crockett Parront, When When When When Baby was sick, wo gavo her Castorla. sho was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. sho became Miss, sho clung.to Castorla. sho had Children, sho gave them Custoria. --Eu ZED a . , . td Lli , Rubber Hose, Lawn Mowers, Ply Screen Cloth, Garden Tools and Paints, 1 and Varnish A 1 Hardware Merchant JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Have Removed From the Batzell Building VlillliSil and guaranteed by J. W. Gayle. 6 m marvelous A4.UII& V .V..I. testimonials A.V.. TVk0 J.OV4UVU .. free. Sold Excursion to Niajjra Falls and Buffalo, X. V. Forks of Elltlioni. Rev. T. J. Stevenson, of Georgo-ou- r town, was in midst tho first of the week. Wheat is very fine indeed, and yield iB.to bo looked for. Mr. J. J. Parront and family, and Messrs. O. H. Crockett and J. K. Par-renall of Bridgeport, paid us a visit last Tuesday and Wednesday. Tho Irish potato crop and not so much affected by tho Colorado bug .as usual. Bro. Burdih made a viBit to Shelby county last Monday, and also to Scott county on Tuesday. Mr. L. L. Cannon made a' business trip to Eminence tho first of the week. A rumor that a is to bo erected in our midst soon is afloat. Those engaged in tho (culture of to- im-.mon- t, Also for trains arriving in Cincinnati on tho morning of June 22d, good for returning until June 28th. For further information as to rates, sleeping car space, &o., call onicltet' agents or address, D. G. Edwards, ' ' ' P. A., Cincinnati, O., -- 18th. Tho Queen and Orescent Route will sell tickets to Niagara Falls and return at reduced rates, for trains arriving in Cincinnati on the morning of June 12, limit for return until June oifcr iMLxzsr s,x,:r:e::e!,x H101 jiff, MD 102 AM STREETS to -1 BasEment nf the Capital Hotel.- - 5TThey will fill this space with an entirely new irhrtrtiDCMoatiw short time. n 111 I VMPacRnoFTvKv r'JSl n l 1 m IUI LT " H. G. MATTEUE THE- From Sire to Son. a family medicine Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer passes from sire to son as a legacy. If you have kidney, liver or blood disorder do not delay, but got a froo sample package of this remedy at once. If you havo Indigestion, Constipation, Headache, Rheumatism, otc, this grand specific will As j M. BEATTY, Attorney at Law & Heal Estate Agt,, BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. LEE, BHEATIUTT, WOLFE, Powoll, Cluy and other W, L, COPPERSMITH, ft PACTICESIN counties Sept. I. The Jeweler, handsomest stock honest prico wo 1(11(11)1(1, FRANKFORT, W. J. CHINN, JR, Will practice in all State Courts. QU flee second floor, Custom House. still-hous- e packages or witches, clocks and jewelry to be found in Chapman & Williams, tho very lowest loading druggists, aro distributing Frankfoitiiml goous sold at the bo conducted price that a legitimate business can Large on and It you want an honest article for an samples free to tho afilicted. euro you. 334 MAIN STREET, 50o. 28 usk you to call: K7. Jon.80-ly- . ..,U JV...Li i.. .!.,-- ' 1' W ' ' a HMCxITdulitix "VI7"tg;ci3us-- -- laroxi. IFLoofixigr. SELLING OUT AT COST! jMLs&,jrc?.fct. 3? We will begin selling at cost for cash our general lino of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varuish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. C. E. COLLINS & BRO., Closing: Exercises Opposite the Farmers Bank. Scliouls. Mr. CharleB SwanRO Jb visiting rela- ville. tives in Wolfe county. Misses Eva Macklin and Mary T The following programme of exerMr. Ohas. E. Haff loft Monday for Dudley are at home from Shelbyville, ciaea haa been arranged for tho closwhere they have been attending ing French Lick Springs, Indiana. of the Public Schools, which ocschool. curs next week: Miss Annie Abraham, of Louisville, Mr. Will Banta left Wedneaday is visiting friends in this city. afternoon for a two weeka viBit to Wednesday evening, chapel, school YOU. ARE IN Miss Laura Theobald is with Mrs. relativea near Centerville, Bourbon building Entertained by class LiteW. H. Grider, in Russellville. county. rature. Mr. Webster Gazley, of Louisville, Thursday morning, 8:30 Tho puRev. H. G. Henderson left Monday spent Sunday last in this city. for Shelby ville, to attend the com- pils in grades 5, 6, 7 and 8 will enterMr. Henry Ahler ia able to be out mencement exercises at Science Hill tain their friends in their respective Female College. again after a three weeks' illness. rooms. 9:30 the primary grades will Miss Lotta Wilson, who haa left Satur- visiting her sister, Miss Maud been entertain in the chapel. Miss Rebecca Johnson Wilson, day for Shelby ville, to visit friends. TO GOOD Thursday evening, at the Opera on Broadway, left for Gallatin, TenMiss. Emma 'Bland, of Evansville, nessee, Saturday. House The exercises of the graduOUR STORE, AND ARE Ind., is visiting Miss Carrie Selbert. Dr. S. B. Holmes and Col. Geo. L. ating class. The music for this occaMisa Adelma Orutcher arrived Willis, the Bald Eagle of Bull Skin, re- sion is in charge of Prof. Way'and FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. Tuesday from school at Shelbyville. turned Sunday night from their six Graham. Miaa Laura French ia spending the weeks' trip to iiiurope. On Thuraday there will be open to week in Georgetown with relatives. Mieses Emma, Sue and Mary Morris the public, in room 2 of the school Miss Nellie Burnett, of Shelbyville, and Messrs. French Hoge and George building, a display of work from all Hunt attended visited friends in this city Saturday. town Wednesdaythe hop at George- the grades in school. The frienda of evening. Miss Kate Green is at hom3 from a school and the publio generally Mr. George D. Single left Saturday the short visit to Miss Queen, in Coving- for Owensboro to take charge of a are invited to attend all of the exerOUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM ton. which is run in connection cises. and Mra. M8rrl-weth- job office Owensboro Messenger. Mrs. Mary Hawkina hundieds take from it, yet it never have returned from Louis- with the Just as sure as hot weather comes diminishes. This, of course, is because Mr. Geo. W. Lewis, who has been there will be more or less bowel comville. attending school in Louisville, came plaint in this vicinity. Every person, there is a never-dyin- g spring of supply Mrs. It. P. Pepper and Miss Laura up Thursday and will spend the and especially families ought to have that feeds the stream. left Thursday for a short trip to New the summer with his brother, Mr. some reliable medicine at hand for York. Will. A. Lewis. inatant use in case it is needed. A Misa Laura French haa been visitMra. L. A. Thomas and daughters, 25 or 60 cent bottle of Ohamberlian's ing relativea in Georgetown this Misses Anne and Emily, and Miss Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE ; week. Mannie Powell left Monday for is just what you ought, to have and So do sluggish stocks They become Mrs. Thompson leaves on Monday Anderson, Indiana, to visit Mr. all that you would need, even for the most severe andarigerouB cases. It decayed. They are not fit for commerto- visit h'er son at Rock Ialand, Western B. Thomas. next is the bestHhe most reliable and Illinois. cial use any more than decayed meat. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. F. Meek, of St. successful" treatment known and is Mrs. W.'N. Heffner and children Louis, who have been visiting in this pleasant to take. For sale by J. W. Finally, they are known as "dead." are visiting relatives in Anderson city, left Monday. Mrs. Meek and coupty. daughter will visit Mrs. W. H. Grider, .tjjpf m in Ruasellville, before returning (oj! Rev. W. C. Taylor attended comBig: Contract. mencement) at Georgetown College tneir nome. CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER this wqek. Miss May Moorman, of JKLotida, Col. Chas. E. Hoge returned yesterIN THE BEST CONDITION and a Mra. Alice Orbison has returned Miss Mattie Moorman, ,,oJ" Bullitt day morning from Chicago, where constant flow of trade keeps a stock in where she spent a county, and Miss Clara-Crutcfrom Louisville, er, of few days. Ducker Station, spentQTnursday and he secured for his firm Messrs. best condition. We have no dead stock, Mr. F. W. Keyea left Tuesday for a yesterday in thiafiity, the gueata of Mason & Foard Co. a part of tho because our stock never stands still. Ifc contract to construct a canal to drain visit of several weeks to relatives in Misa Belle Giltngr is always flowing out and flowing in. New York. Mr. Job. BiiLewis. who haa been that city into the Mississippi river, Louisville, was engaged fprthe past year as special) and which will be uaed for ships and Hon. Attllla Cox, of U. S. uauger in here Thursday looking on at the quarters at St. the West, with head- general commercial purposes. The Louis, has been temLegislature. DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVANporarily assigned to duty at tho part of the work they aro to conMiss Mamie Kiernan haa returned Hermitage Distillery in this city, and struct will cost over $2,000,000, but TAGE of buying always from a clean, from an extended visit to her sister the Old Taylor Distillery, on Glens the total cost of the canal will be fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, in Lexington. Creek. $20,000,000. They expeot to begi n at you can have that advantage by trading Mr. Ohas. Ireys, of Greenville, Mrs. Judge Black, of Cincin- once. MisB., is visiting Mr. Geo. Hunt, on nati, who has been visiting her with. the South Side. fljiticrhtftr. Mra. Geo. W. Reasor. in S. S. Convention. ) Messrs. John Green and Wallace thin cltv. left Wedneadav for home. In from school at accompanied by Mrs. Reasor. McOloy have returned A pleasant time is anticipated at company with Judge Black they left Centre College. y Convention the Sunday-schoo- l the next day for a sojourn of several Mr. and Mrs. R. K. McClure attend- weeks in Canada. at the First Presbyterian Church. ed the commencement at Centre Mr. E. S. Boswell, State Visitor, will College thia week. be present. Many delegates from all n. Miaaea Fannie and Beaaie Lewie, of parts of tho country are expected. Woodlake, are visiting their couain, General Benjamin Harrison was The session begins at 10 a. m. Let Miss Margaret Lewja. Sunday-schoo- l Miss Hallie Rives, who haa been nominated by the National Republi- all the friends of tho tho guest of Miaa Ora Loigh, left can Convention, in session at Minne- cause attend. A Children's Mass Thursday for Louisville. apolis, Minn., yesterday afternoon, as Meeting at the Baptist Church toto tho Pre- morrow (Sunday) at 3 p. m. closes Mrs.' Ohas. E. Haff leavea thia a candidate for to join her huaband at sidency of the United States, on tho the Convention. morning French Lick Springs, Ind. first ballot. e AudiHon. W. V. Lucas, Col. Thoa. Rodman attended the tor, of Iowa, says: "I have used commencement exercises of GeorgeChamberlain's Cough Remedy in my Prof. Case's School town College on Tuesday. family and have no hesitation in sayMr. and Mra. Geo. A. Lewia at Closed yesterday for the summer ing it is an excellentjremedy. I believe DIXIE'S FOJITE. FOR THE WOODS OF THE SOUTff If HQS J10 EQUL. all that is claimed for it. Persons tended the comencemont exerciaea of vacation. Th patent by which this Saw Is protected consists of a depression of tho faco of tho afflicted by a cough or cold will find Eminence College Thuraday. cutting teeth through tho center from point to base, thus removing all friction whllo Tho Fourth Annual Session will it a friend." There is no danger Monday begin September tho 15th, 1892. from whooping cough when this remMrs. Bettio Suter left In use, giving strength and stiffness to tho teeth and increasing three-foltho of tho "set." WK CHALLENGE THE WOULD to produco a morning to visit her daughter, Mrs. There were no public exorcises con- edy is freely given. 25 and 50 cent Saw F. M. Edwards, at Beards' Station. equaling tho ATIMNS FAST CUTTING DEXTER. bottles tho princi- gist. for sale by J. W. Gaylo, Drugnected with this school, MiBB Minnie Robinaon, of Owens-boria visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. pal holding that such exercises are Married Warsaw. not worth the time spent in preparB. Hammond, 218 Campbell street. ,Mf ing them, to say nothing of inflicting f nifinTDTrMTTMin Miss Anita Muldoon, of Louisville, "!J?ir' Mi. Will Anderson Gaines and who has been visiting Miss May me them in tho hot weather on the MtlCEtf sl,vcr Steel,Inclndlnsr ITniiillcN, 91.00 per foot. "It;,s,lNpccl!I Miss Lillian Gipson Griffin were marWithout Handles. .75 per foot. Bull, returned homo Monday morn- patience of a long Buffering public. ing. The examination were written and ried at the homo of tho bride's parBEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Mr. John D. Ziegler, who was grad- were conducted after tho manner of ents in Warsaw on Wednesday eveTho largo demand for tho Atkins Concavb Tooth Dexter Saw has led competitors to malt 0' College, Danville, uated from Center ning. They arrived hero tho same inferior 8aws which tboy claim "us good as tho Doxter." Theso imitation Saws aro mado from a grado of steel, inferior workmunshlp, aud this week, has returned to tho city college entrance examinations. night and havo taken rooms with tho lower your hardware dealer for tho "Atkins without tho patent concave tooth.tho dealer will Ask Dexteii" and tako no other. If for the summer. groom's father, near this city. Wo not order It for you, remit amount with order direct to us. Mr. Robt S. Kehe, Jr., Secretary 500 yards Fust Black Lawn, Indianapolis, Ind, Memphis, Tenn, and General Manager of the Ameri- in all the now styles, from 10c wish tho young couple a long and Xi happy life. can Accident Company, of Louisville, QL KjV., Minneapolis, Minn. Chattanooga, Tenn Ml per yard up. was in the city Thursday. Children Cry for PitcherjTCastorla: Mch. e. o. w. Weitzol & O'Donnell. Messrs. Albert H. McClure, Martin . D. Hardin and McKee Heffner have returned from Centre College, Dan Public GOOD THINGS STORE FOR A3 -- THE ARE IN THINGS WE REFER THERE THEY er v -" -! - Gayji-Druggist- . 39-l- h ' ,''- -, to-da- B. K. McCLURE, SHU For Re-electio- OS.Jljl-- !JL--t . Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c Ex-Stat- Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter d dura-blllt- y o, 39-l- at " 8cl EP ATKINQ rmO Pfl i2-6- a .'. . ix j.i.if.M.n. a A, mm 1 MlM 3 Y& m HATS rx I- SPRING NECKWEAR! Sp:ri:n.e Woolens Imported ' Flower Mission Day. Quite a large number of ladies and gentlemen members of the W. 0. T. TJ. of Lexington, and of the Jennie Oassoday Flower Mission, of Louisville, came to this city and paid their annual visit to the Penitentiary on Thursday. Religious services were "held in the Women's Ward and "bunches of flowers, with passages of scripture attached, were distributed io the inmates after which a meeting was neld in the chapel of the male department, where a magnificent address of welcome was delivered by Ohas. Wing, i, convic from Caldwell county, which was replied to in tho same vein by the President of the LouiBville society, and ilowers wore also distributed These services ae always greatly enjoyed by the convicts, and flower mission day is always looked for with anticipations of groat pleasure by them. The attendance of ladies from other places was larger this year than suzn.cL Domestic O-oo- ol Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. to have you look at them. Would be pleased HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! N JAPANESE I A Guaranteed Cure for Files of whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Recent or l'eredltary. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. d 51.00 n box, G boxes, for $3.00; sent by mail on lecelpt of price. A written Guarantee positively glvtn to each purchaser ot six boxes, when piirciiused at ono time, to refund the (5 00 paid lr not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. GAYLT3. nnd LECOMPTK& GAYLE CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents, Fiankfort, Ky. Call for nample. Jan. pro-pailC-l- Ir Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. CURE Farmers, you can buy BUGGIES, HARNESS A1TD FAEM jAJE IMPLEMENTS TTE3!OIjESl.31iE PRICES. first-clas- w- - av has lived mostly in Louisville, occasionally going out to a country offlco to work for a short time. Ho had many friends among the older mem- s You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. e. V , J bers of the craft throughout the State, who will regret to hear of his Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. death. The funeral will take plaoe this morning at 10 o'clock from Gen. HarZF - ZBTXGK3-3- T March din's residence. usual. This is tho seventh death which has occurred in Gen. Hardin's house- King's Royal Germeteur. To our Subscribers. hold since his residence in this city The SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Which about thirteen years. the medicine of the appeared in our columnB some time century, Its phenominal success as .since, announcing a special arrange300 pieces of White Goods, con- a seller and favorite with the people ment with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., of sisting of India Linen, Mull Check is the acknowledged wonder of the Enosburgh Falls, Vt., publishers of Nainsook and English Dematy at medicine world. Based upon the "A Treatise on the Horse and his reduced prices. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, Diseases," whereby our subscribers Weitzel & O'Donnell. modern, and at once popular, comwore enabled to obtain a copy ot that mending itsolf as a necessary houseOn Tuesday, 21st, 1892, on valuable work FriSE by eending their hold remedy. It advertises best by Euchre Party. address to B. J. Kendall Co. (pnd its use. Specific for all Catarrhal premises, will offer for sale stamp for mailenclosing a two-ceMiss Mary Talbott Dudley enter- diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood my same) is renewed for a limited ing Hill residence, with 60 Purifier. It is without doubt the period. We trust all will avail them- tained her friends at a euchre party most reliable germ destroyer in acres of land. will be offered first selves of tho opportunity of obtain- at the Capital Hotel Thursday night. and to the extent that the as six tracts, separately, and every The prizes wero won by Mr. Jas. M. erm theory is correct, King's Royal ing this valuable work. To lover of the Horse it is indispensable, Withrow, jr., and Miss Bettio Kee-noermeteur is the remedy. It is no ima whole. This is well as it treats in a simple manner all the accident but is the result of fifteen aniproved, having a good Brick residiseases which afflict this noble years study of medical genius. For mal. Its phenomenal sale through19 sale by Chapman & Williams. house, dence of 8 rooms, out tho United States and Canada Prompt Payment. ice house, of 8 rooms, Me.ition house make it standard authority. ihis paper when sending forTrcotisc." Pardoned. The Sun Life Ins. Co. gives the dairy, corn crib and barn. has a Mr. kind of protection neede 1: young orchard of different kinds of John H. Gloro, dc eased, was insured Ambrose Brewer, who was serving . The Tliirty-fiM- i Comin the Sun Life Insurance Co., Louis- a life term in the Penitentiary from j and several acres of berries. ville, Ky., for $300. 'Pho claim was Wolfe county for murder, was par-mencement. paid last week (same week of his doned by Governor Brown on Thurs-Eminonco College closed a very death) by Mr. G. M. Galbraith, A sistant Superintendent, of this city. day. Ho had served a little over 10 ' I will offer for Sale, a number of choice builsuccessful year with tho thirty-flftThis week His widow, Mrs. Minnie years. ' annual commencement on Thursday, Glore, bought a hotuo and lot. If ding lots. This property on account of its the exorcises being much more inter- you want immediate protection for location is very desirable. Terms of sale Millinery. families esting than usual, and Ave young you of death when the destroying one-fif- th cash and the ba'ance in 4-- equal payangel enters your homes, All of and untrimmed ladies receiving their diplomas. The take out a policy in tho Sun Life Ins. bonnets our trimmedat ments of 0, 12, IS and 2-- months, with G per and hats half former essays were all above the average Co. prices. cent interest, from date of sale. Persons t. Sam D. Johnson & Co. .and exceedingly well delivered, while desiring to see the property will be taken 500 dozen Fast Black Hosiery, At night, the music was first-clasin Ladies, Misses and Children out upon application. Mr, Douglas Sherloy, Louisville's sizes, from lOo up. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO and gifted author, gave a popular L. B. MARSHALL. Weitzel & O'Donnell. MARKET. ss.it very entertaining reading from his FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, own writings to a largo and dolight--o- d Kuclcleu's Arnica Salve. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. audience. The College is now in The best salve in the world foi AflmiJistrator's Mice, a more prosperous condition than Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Sales on our market for the week FOR SALE. ibr many years, has an able corps of justclosed amountto 3,349 hhds., ' itli HAVING AGAINST teaohers and persons having daugh- Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, receipts lor tno same period of 3.3oo ALL PERSONSdeceased, areCLAIMS notified to horeby Unas, FOR S.tLE FIVE T ters whom they wish to place at a Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns hhds. Sales on our market since Jan- 1 IUVKBuck Lambs. AnyPURE BRED SOUTH come forward with the same, properly proven, as one wlshlup a Due required by down to law;und all those knowing s boarding school should and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- uary 1st amount1891 80,402 hhds. Sales one should cull early. to be Inde'otM to him are requested to crop of on ourmarket to LEE A. OWEN. June tively cures Piles, or no pay re- of the seme at once. u. ji. wuuusun, write to President W. S. Giltner. date 08,500 hhds. 40 it Administrator. quired. It is guaranteed to give Wo have had a week of very dePUBLIC SALE. perfect satisfaction, or money re cided activity for burley tobacco and Special sale on White Two Houses for Sale. Price 25 cents per box. Bed Spreads, from 60c up. funded. by SouthSide drug store, all grades have advanced to some extent, tho greatest improvement of For sale tho week being on the common to AS ADMINISTRATOR OF ADAM HUSS, nnHE TWO FRAMK HOUSES SITUATED ON Weitzel & O'Doimoll. P. H. Carpenter. medium grades of fllleiy loaf. A dereased. I will oiler ut public sale on Satur- 1 West Broadway are for sale at a reasonable day, 18th, his TerniH suit purchasers. Ono The following quotations fairly on the FlatatCreeklute residence, near Hurvlelund, : price. has six easy to the other seven rooms. Pike, the following personalty iiouse An Old Printer Dead. represent our mai'ket for burley two cows and calves, live ourig steers ami one They are both rooms papered and painted. newly bull, a few farming utensils, household and Have new fencing Ac, and are In thorough reTHE FIRST SYMPTOMS tobacco, crop of 1891: kitchen furniture, twenty-onstandi of bees, pair. For price cull ut LeCompte & (iajle's, or Mr. Martin Hardin died yesterday Trash (dark) or damaged OF DEATH. etc., etc, on W. L. Jett. June 4 50 00 tobacco TERMS. For all sums under ten dollars cash. morning at tho residence of his Tired fooling, dull headache, pains Common Colory trash...$34 50 6 50 Ten dollars or more, six months credit with nephew, Mr. P. W. Hardin, in this in various parts of the body, sinking Medium to good colory legul Interest and approved security. D. M. WOODSON, EXECUTOR'S NOTKX city, aged about 70 years. Mr. Har- at the pit of tho stomach, loss of ap8 00 0 00 trash June Administrator. petite, fovorishnoss. pimples or sores, Common lugs not colory 5 00 G 50 din had been a printer nearly all his aro all positive evidence of poisoned UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN DULY and workod at the case until blood. No matter how it becaino Medium to good colory 8 00 14 00 life, lugs qualified as the executrix and executor of about a year ago, when ho came to Soisoned it must bo purified to avoid Common Colory lugs the estate of James M. Wood, de:ei ed, In tho 0 50 8 00 Aokor's English Blood Franklin County Court. All persons Indebted to this oity to reside. Early in the GO's Elixir has never failed to remove Common to medium leaf 9 00 14 00 said James M. Wood are requested to nmko 17 00 to good payment ut once to us. and all those havlnir ho came to this place and for soveral scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold Modium fine leaf. leaf. 14 00 22 00 claims against the estate of tho said decedent 17 00 Good to guarantee will present them, properly proven, to the under- under positive .years was omployed in tho old Select or wrappery signed ANN J1AUY WOUD, KX'tX. 0 J. W. Gaylb, Druggist. n-ioffice, but since that time Frankfort, Ky. 22 OP 27 00 tobacco HOUSTON D. WOOD, Ex'or. Juno a -j IKCAVIE A XlTTIEID. 2G--tf ""ft M y PUBLIC SALE Thorn June I nt the in ex-istan- It n. property servants poultry then an m 37-t- f. It fruit, 1 1 .ji? tieis siie: ti:m::e 1 w 1 40-2- s. J first-clas- them-seh- es ll-2- t. 5-- iy e 11-l- t. RoVt. B. Franklin y. Oom-jtnonwea- 11-- mmm JiX. ViPPWfWPWW y jaAMFOUT ttnMred at tho post-oflic- o . t ROUNDABOUT, at Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable matter. Tho latest and most economical ments aro all good ones and tho new commissioners will look after tho thing in tho way of a typewriter has interests of the institution faithfully. been discovered by Mr. A. B. Ham-- 1 UEO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. mond, tho clover and accomplished At Commissioner's Sale. book-keepfor Mr. J. M. Wakefield. was highly roccommended to him It FRANKFORT, JUNE 11, 18JI2. Tho residence of Judge W. L. Jott, by a minister in Now' York, and located on the corner of Shelby and it to be a good thing, ho Monday sold Simclay-sclioConvention Third streets, was Posoy,on at public .invested in ono of thorn and was fo To-daby Commissioner highly pleased with it that ho has salo and was knocked ofT to Capt. taken tho agency for their salo in A Convention of nil tho Sunday-schooEd. Porter Thompson for $3,525. this city. It is so wonderfully cheap of tho count' will bo held that everybody can afford to buy out . CImrcIi Concert. under tho auspices of tho Kentucky Drop in on him at Mr. Waketlold's Sunday-schoo- l Union, at tho PI t A concert will be given nt Cedar ofllco and get him to rIiow it to you beginPresbyterian Church ning at 10 o'clock. There will be Chapel Methodist Church, near the and explain how easily it can be Tues- used, He will take pleasure in doing quite a number of delegates from Kentucky Military Institute, on pur- so. day evening, June 21st, for the tho country and it is earnestly refunds to aid tho s quested that the who pose of raising William Skelley, Church in purchasing an organ. It can do so will be present and take largo a some of their country friends home is hoped there will be Of 11 Academy St., JamesvilJe, audience present, as the music will Wis., under date of May 23, says: to dinner with them. Tho convento hear. MessrH. Kenyon & Thomas: This is tion has been called by a few enthu- be worth riding out there to certify what I know about Dr. siastic workers in the Sunday-schoHalo's Household Ointment I have Hand Badly Cut. cause, who should not be left to bear had a bothersome sore on my lip for Mr. William McEwan was fitting a 15 years which terminated in a canthe burden of entertaining the delo tried various gates as well as looking after the large glass in the door of Judge cer. I had to cure, but allremedies purporting without business of the Convention. Let Ben. Williams' office Saturday after- avail until I purchased a box of your every ono who feels an interest in noon, and in cutting away a part of Dr. Halo's Household Ointment and using it has with the good cause go down to tho First tho wood at tho top of the opening ly two months' freely give entireand I this for Presbyterian Church this morning, his knife slipped, cutting a long gash thecured it, of the people. benefit take part in the services and then in his loft hand, which required four Truly yours, Wm. Skelley. take a friend or two home with you stitches to bo taken in it to close the This wonderful medicine is for sale to dinner. wound. at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. Following is the programme of tho 4 Deep, to tlie as second-clas- s ! er I be-leivi- January last and who resignation had been tendered. Tho appoint- Patent Typewriter. ol I if lCj I A y. 1 if r A Ciuitorln cures Colic, OonMlpatlon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes df gestion. Without injurious medication. j ls for Infants and Children. to-da- C w t o r I a is so well adapted to children th&t I recommend It as superior to any prescription It. A. Ancnsn, H. D., known to me." Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. house-keeper- "The use of 'Castoria' la so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse It Few are tho intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carlos ILvnTTN, D.D., Now York City. Bloomingdalo Reformed Church. Late Pastor For several years I have recommended your Castoria, ' and shall always continuo to do so as it lias invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. PAnDEB. M. D., "Tho Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Tme Csntaub Company, 77 Muniur Stmckt, New York. m ' ol Fe1). l!My. iFfilfoil Furniture lifaotuni m M Co, meeting. 1. 2. 3. Across the 10 A. M. Far West, Organization. .Devotional Exercises. "Why we are Here" George Darsio. 4. Oral Reports From Schools "What aro you Doing?" 5. "Thp Successful Teacher" Opened by L. F. Johnson. C. Discussion by Rev. E. S. Alderman and others. 7. Business. 2 1. p. M. Song Service. 2. "How to Get and Prepare Teachers" Rev! W. C. Taylor. 3. Discussion by Kev. J. H. Burdin, S. 0. Bull and others. 4. "Parental Dr. U. V. Williams. 6. Discussion by Rev. W. B. Cooper and others. 6. "The Needs of our Country Schools" Miss Lucy Pattie. 7. Discussion by Mrs. Fannie E. Farmer, W. H. Parrent and others. SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 3 P. M. g Children's at Baptist Church addresses by Rev. W. G. Neville, Hon. W. H. Jones and others. Mass-Meetin- Nearly a Fatal Tumble. Tuesday afternoon little Antionette Woodson, daughter of Mr. J.IPickett Woodson, who lives near the Big Eddy, on the Glens Creek pike, went up in the loft of tho corn crib hunting eggs, and in some way lost her footing and fell to the floor below, a distance ofabout twelve feet, alighting on her head, which caused concussion of the brain. She lay in a stupor until the next morning, when she revived and has since been slowly improving, though she is still in a precarious condition. It is not known how long she lay where she fell until the family was notified of her condition, as tho first one to find her was her little neice, Raefilita Single, a little tot, who being unable to tell what was the matter, went to one of the larger children, took her by the hand, led her to where she could seo tho unfortunate' child and pointed to her. Mr. Woodson is employed as a clerk at the Spring Hill Distillery and consequently was not at home, but his son Kidder was at work on the place, and immediately mounted a horso and started after his father. In the excitement and anxiety ho rode tho horso so fast that it fell from exhaustion before the distillery was reached, and leaving it by the roadside he ran as fast as ho could the balance of the way, and fainted on reaching the office whore his father was employed. Mr. Woodson happened to be down in town, but Mr. Richard Morris, who had just ceased talking to him over tho telephone, called him up again and notified him of the accident. He at once found Dr. Geo. W. Ohinn and the tivo two-year-old if. n Thomas, Jos. Farris, James Isbell, W. E. Vincint, Mrs. Alice Johnson, Edward Wingato, Arch Whelen, Dick In attempting to prevent a horse Johnson, Mrs. Wilson, Miss John T. backing a wagon, with his wife Kern, Mrs. Bell from Hattio B. and several children in it, over a When calling for theso letters any adbank, Sunday afternoon, Mr. Charles vortised. M. Bridgeford struck at its mouth with J. M. Saffkll, his open hand, and the side of his Postmaster hand coming in contact with the bit, one of the small bones was broken. Fine Deutsche Predigt. He has since been compelled to carry it in a sling and it has given him Rev. Paul Schencke, a German Lutheran Preacher, from Lexington, great pain. o will preach at the Southern PresbyParalyzed at Owen ton. terian Church, on Third street, Monday evening next, at eight o'clock. n in this Mr. Schencke is an earnest, eloquent T. L. Martin , county, was stricken with paralysis at the home of his father, Judge J. B. preacher, and all of our German citiMartin, this place, last Saturday, fall- zens should go and hear him. The ing to the floor in a entire service will be conducted in state. A physician was at once call- German, and will be quite interesting ed, and it was found that ho was entirely paralyzed on one side. He has, to those who have never attended a however, regained consciousness, service of the kind. Mr. Schencke but is still in a very weak condition. has charge of the new Lutheran Owen Newa. Church in Lexington and also Mr. Martin was for a short time a preaches at the German colonies in clerk in ono of tho State Depart- Lincoln and Laurel counties. ments in this city, several years ago, and while hero made quite a number Dairymen, stockmen, livery stable men, unite in of friends, who will regret to hear of men and horse-ca- r saying that no such horse and cattle his misfortune. lotion as Salvation Oil has over been should The True Laxative Princi- Kut upon the market. andIt stocK-yar- d bo at every stable ple in the land. Price 25 cents a bottle. Of the plants used in manufactur- Bought the Carter Proping tho pleasant remedy, Syrup of erty. Figs, has a permanently beneficial Hon. James Andrew Scott has pureffect on tho human system, while the cheap vegetable extracts and chased the property of Mr- Thos. mineral solutions, usually sold as Carter, on tho corner of Shelby and medicines, are permanently injurious. Cross streets, known as the old Sayro you will use the School House, for four thousand Being true remedy only. Manufactured by dollars. He will tear away tho old gymnasum at tho rear of the houso tho California Fig Syrup Co. and otherwise improve it before he Below will be foniiJ u list of advertised letters for the week omlin Juno lltli, water ol its hurtful properties and execrable llavor, counteracts the pernicious effects upon the 1802: stomach of bad or lndlgestlolo food, remedies Arnold, N. McCoy, B. II. cramps, heartburn and wind upon the stomach. Clark, Chariot Nolan, Mrs Jas. It Is a line defense against malarial dlsoiders, Clark, Beecher Nesbett, Mfs.Lou. nullifies the effects of excessive heat, cold and Collins, Hickman Oliver, William and is an incomdamp, relieves Crouch, Millard Sharp, Miss Liza parable cure for costlveness and biliousness. i Chi8m. Mat Sullivant, T. L. The fatigue of travel often tells most disast ous - ' Dine, Mrs. H. M. Sholton, Mrs. occasionally Driscol, ly upon Invalids and convalescents, Miss Sidna Persons to such an extent as to Jeopardize life. Fanio Tilford, Geo. M. in feeble health, apprehensive of bad tllicts Toner, Ed. irom travel, will, it provided with the Bitters, ue Furgett, Elisha far less likely to have their fears realized. Tracy, Will Flower, Alonzo On steamboiits, cars mid Stomach Bitters is carried as the most Important Item in the materia medtca of the travel. iifi public. It deprives vitiated, bracklhh stage-coache- s, llos-tetter- 's Advertised betters at Have opened Sale Rooms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. .u Frankfort, Ky. ' L P Si ma2,zi&Xi fovTi resi2fA3e3K3i;'iy GET PRICES. A Broken Bone. - well-know- semi-conscio- Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taBte and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c and $1 bottles by nil leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who not have it on hand will promay cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILU. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. will make the season of s 192 at our farm, east of Frankfort, on the Frankfort A- Versailles turnpike, nt $25 to Insure a jack colt, or $15 to insure a jennet. Duke Is a black Jack, with white noli its. lWi hands high, was foaled in 1887. Sired by Larry liawes' lamous premium Jack, which sold for $1,500, he by Tebb's J.ick, Alexander, noted as tho sire ot tine, la ge Jacks, he by Bourbi, he by Leer's Napoleon. Duke's dam was sired by Wells' premium jack, be by iron Duke. This Jack would have to be seen to be fully ap preciate nunougn ins ureeuing snows ior liseir-u- s he combines the best blood In Kentucky and has nroven worthy of his breedlnc. Jennets grazed at $1.G0 per month and glvea careful attention. We will not be responsible for accidents. 1'or further Information, write to Duke of Glenwater t.s ( ri "UR fine young Jack, nine-mile- - -. Ti "V- , rf'l KY Or call on Mr. Holt at the farm, on the Versailles & Frankfort turnpike, near McKee's cross roads. May7-lm- . FIUNKFOHT, HOST HOLT cSc IS QCAaTITT. BESTCTQCAUXT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrrpuvdbrniClUBDSOS.TAYLOUllKD. FOR 20 YEARS BOLD EVERYWHERE. CO,, 8T. LOUIS. - well-informe- ffisaSjqf QXIBfflMfcSSBk HO AyuHWMrIll r SkittTti d, HERVt, t PRA1N rF&Kmmlto l lltf-i- W&X A Minister Married. moves in. iiEillfflig-;SwMi- l MILES Rev. E. N. Walne, pastor of tho Ghent Baptist Church, and Miss Claudia McCann, of Ghent, wore united in marriage at Nashville, Tennessee, Tuesday morning. Tho young couple will visit at Ghent, and Warsaw before leaving for Japan, where Rev. Walne has accepted a Missionary charge. They expect to sail for Japan about August 1st. The best wishes of their friends in this locality aro tendered them in tho new and happy relation. Warsaw lnaepcnaent. Mr. Walne was for several years pastor of Buck Run Church, at tho Forks of Elkhorn, and haB many friends in this county, who congratulate him on his good fortune. Educational. Teachers should remember that Friday and Saturday will be tho time for tho examination of graduates of the common school course and have their pupils ready. Friday and Saturday, the first and second days of July, are tno days sot ior tno examination of applicants for teachers in tho county schools. To tnose wlio are going to tno State Teachers' Association, at Padu-caJuno 28, 20 and 30, ono fare for the round trip and froe entertainment while there. Every teacher should h, jik.nt, a guaranteed specific for listeria, Dizziness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the uso of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Softening of the Bruin resulting In insanity and leading to misery, decay and death, Premature Old Age, Barreness, Loss of Power In cither sex, Involuntary I.osoes and Spermatorrhoea caused by overexertion of tho brain, or Kach box contnlns ono month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes for so.uu, sent ny man prepaid on receipt or price. self-abu- se D. E. C. WKST'8 NKHVEANI) HHAIN TltKAT- - iuui.ni4vj)mSMS!kJt!mr nr II 1IB' ITn'IPIM TI7.VII"i,ll C mimsm U i'lOltTBST SKfts) tW AND QUICKEST kmw!'. lo Isw Orleans Time, 25 Hours. SOLtD VES riflULED TRAINS. Tho shortest and quickest. m Ala WK GUARANTEE SIX BOXE8. went out together. The Golden Secret of Loner Life. Keep tho head cool, tho feet warm and the bowels open. Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer is a vegetable prepa ration and acts as a natural laxative, and is tho greatest remedy over discovered for tho euro of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and all Blood, Livor uuu jviuuu y uiBuuButj. uuii uu ju uu-n- i an & Williams and get a trial pack age ireo. Liargo sizo ouc. 28 New Commissioners. Gov. Brown, on Tuesday, appointed Messrs. Lewis Mangan, Bon. T. Farmer and Marvin D. Averill Commissioners of the Feeble Minded Institute to Buccood Judge W. H. Sneed, Hon. Thos. W. Scott and Mr. A. W. Macklin, whoso terms expired in For tho information of those who wish to attend tho State Teacher's Association, at Paducah, we will state that tho fare for the round trip will bo $8.80. Froo entertainment at Paducah. Let ovoryono who can do so go. County Superintendent. "Go where glory waits the'o," she said, as she buckled on his armor, and pressed into his off hand a naok- ago. It contained a few bottles of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, she didn't want him to have to contend with an enemy and and a cold all at tho same time, Sensible girl! send the purchaser our writ ten guarantee to the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE & GAYLE CO., and J. W. (JAYLE, Frankfort, Ky. To cure nnr case. With each order received by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will Georgetown to Jacksonville, Time, 26 Hours Solid VettbuW Trains. The tM'ou Cinc'iiiintliiiiil Kr., Time, l.KxiMiToN, $500 Reward! We will pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetuble Liver Fills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They aro purely Vegetable, and never fall to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Largo boxes, containing 80 Fills, 26 cents, Bewurs of counterfeits and imitations. The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN 0. WE8T COMPANY, CHICAGO, by Kmixviixk, Tkn.n., " " Ahiikvim.k, .n. ClUmNOtKU.TKNN., ' Short line be 2ij Hours. 12 17 DliK-- t ILL. Forsale all druggist, 1G-I- port for ToxiiOfitxIi'o and Callfornlu. Leave Krankfurt via Kentucky Midland Hallway vlaUouitttotvn 3:15 n. nt. ;nrrlvoClnclnnatl 10:21) a. m. Quicker than any other Hue Alltrtms arrlv atdopartfromContrnlUnlOB De Dot, Cincinnati. For Kates. MnpH, Ac. nnnresf E. T. CI1AHLETON, D. P. A T. a., Chattanooga. D. G. EDWARDS, D. MILLER, 9r P. & A.T Trirt. Mug. Cincinnati, O. " C 11 "' TJ,ANTA, 0., " 15 " BlIIMIMIIIAM, AI.A,. Connections at New Oilean wind Shrer 1(1 " 5 i : :h:EA.:DQTT iJJICgw EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOK ALTERS TOK EVETIY THINGuJLJLJL "i - OIST "WHEELS.- - . ""- d DEALERS -r - E3 JL w wJL JLt3JL i3 9 IK- TuJraaassi puuW vo iwnim f "nclra iiVwm bbbbm twea r mmh 1 Columbus Buggy Co., Troy WE GUARANTEE Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the Buggy "Works. Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Sur-rie- s and Light Carriages. The H. H. Babcock Co., Broom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Vic- torias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. TIML TABLL. sw an V- BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. in lowed l The following time tulilo effect upon t ho L. fc N. road: TltAtNH WEHT. a now No. 28 lenvopFrnnktort No. 17 loaves Frankfort No. 21 lenvos Frankfort No I!) leaves Frankfort TliAINBEABT. fi:50 U:10 a. ra p. m u. m 3:ti0 7:88 p.m. a. m. No. No. leaves Frunktort No. 20 leaves Frankfort 18 No .24 22 leaves Frankfort Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati. iso-- . 28 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Bloomfielii Branch. W. W. AliEXANUEIJ, armes Frankfort .... .... 10:10 4:85 p. m. 7.48 p. n. 11:15 p. m. Agent. rUAiNKFOUT KOUNDABOU! FRANKFORT, JUNE 11, 1892. Base Ball. vs. Versailles. In spite of the threatening weather there was a" fair crowd at the Park last Friday to Bee the game between the Frankforts and the Versailles team. This game was rather uninteresting, being simply a walk-ove- r for the home boys, and is hardly worth a detailed description. The visitors were entirely at the mercy of both Merchant and Stagg, who pitched the last inning, and no phenomenal fielding was required. Tom Stagg's throwing from left field to first base and Newman's base running were the most noteworthy features outside of the locals' heavy hitting. It is due the visitors to say, however, that they were minus the services of some of their best players. FitAriKFOKT measly little hits wero all Penn althem, and two of these were scratches -- one a grounder to Newman, which he thought was a foul, and the other a pop ily which dropped between second and contor. The only clean hit was a grass-cuttto lefc by Berry. Merchant's pitching was probably the best ever seen on the local grounds. Ho gave but one base on balls, and watched tho bases like a hawk, throwing out no less than four of the visitors between first and second. Tommio Newman score.l ' four runs and three hits one a triple out of four times at the bat, and one base on balls. Davis got four hits two singles and two doubles. Tho fielding honors wero carried off, by Newman, Wintersmith and Lind- -' soy. Newman's running catch of a ' foul fly up against tho fence, from Hudson's bat in the second, was a beauty, and Wintorsmith's short stop work robbed the visitors of several hits. His only error was of a doubtful character, being a low throw of a a hard hit ball. The home boys runs were scored as follows: Two in the first on hits by Newman, Davis and Merchant and Saunders error of Stagg's hit; two in the second on Tupper's error of hit, n single by Newman and a double by Davis; one in the seventh on VanDerveer's hit, Tup-- . per's error of Newman's drive, Davis' hit, Merchant's force out of er j ! thesametime the ball did Tho crowd didn't mind his being called out so much as the other three boys being sent back to their bases after they had Barring scored during tho wrangle. this, Mr. Richardson's umpiring was and there was no occasion or any kicking. d The Olympics were a jolly set of fellows and mado many friends here. first-class, III 7 j I MY EYE-SE- E N 11 4- :fi - good-nature- Berry, Glaze-brooVernon, first-clas- s and Tupper are all "Wood, k iSfc.... SfflWt Zk :7wzr?n 2v uuls nuu Mr. J. I. Cash, (Illclcorv ("iroc Fnrm, heme of hucino, it.., mijs: "A1;li ti.. .t.sf K ,. i.i.nni 'cry known renicil, Iicnioc(l yean stnndlncr, lrom (U iiy, 01 ro witi hrco applications of uJjui ball players, but they couldn't hit Penn. r uri1: o tie. Asuyourorucrsi'tiorir. jiio ,iai t.tiiHt. uiiu uc.3ui'ur3orbui.,rliuriri.uror. L , Y. D. HDDY & CO., Whitehall, X. Y. tiiiiisiiicsiiig iiiii 111:3 iciitiiic it mcaaiiisctinrtvw'.K . W Itlsthol)0!tprcparfttlonl liavoovcriwdoi of. 1 hcuitlly recommend It to nlllic.s:i-i....' jia Iiundscds of such testimonial. mm$ ei?i ... 1 card sv r. 't ': ,' i ' ) Van-Derveer- 's The home club plays at Versailles Monday. They expected to play afc Pleasurevillo but the date was cancelled. &ui A small boy was hit in the eye by a thrown ball during the game. This ahould be a warning to the people not to crowd close to the diamond. Henry Lindsay has had thirty chances at first base in three games, accepting them all. Ho is the only AND DEALER IN- clean fiolding record. player with a Faydtte Hewitt leads in batting, having made three hits in five times at bat, the only game ho played; I'iPE AND FTTTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN T JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Davis is second, 6 hits in 16 times at GUARANTEED. and Newman and Stagg third, bat, Opposite State House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. each 5 hits in 14 times. iS to-da- y, WARD CLAASSE PI3A.CTIOA.L-- Plumber, GasSteam Fitter Sas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets $100 Reward, $100. The readers of tho Roundabout will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sciencehosbeenabletocureinall its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying tho foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors doing its work. have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to euro. Send for list of testimonials. F. J. OHEENEY & CO., CST Sold by Score: Newman. 3b Davis, c Merchant, p. & If Stags, If.. &P. Lindner, H. lb Nefcon. 2b VanDerveer, cf FlUNKFOKT. AB U .. . Hunt, if ..6110411 ..62201011 10 10 1 1 1 1 6 6 5 4 1 1 1 1 4 6 3 2 lU 10 13 2 0 7 3 2 0 0 0 1 C 811 TO A K 1 1 VanDerveer at the plate, and Stagg's sacrifice, which scored Newman; and throe in the eigth on Lord's error of Wintorsmith's hit, Vanderveer's base on balls, Newman's triple, which brought in the first two and Davis' double which scored Tommio. The visitors' only run was made in the fourth, when Nelson misjudged Qlazebrook's long fly,allowing him to take second. Tupper advanced him to third on a sacrifice and he scored on Berry's clean hit. Berry stole second but was left. Tho score fol lows: Newmau, Davis, c mmm L. Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. Catalogue free. Write to mm a straot business college, LOUISVILLE, KY. J. RODMAN - SON. 5c. 5c. BIO- BJLE-GrJLIH- S. 0 0 0 6 I 0 l 1 1 1 1 2. Totals South, J., c Knowllne, 3b Hughes. If South, W.,2b Parker, cf Parsons, rf Bern, lb Southerland, s. s. Allen, p 42 . . 11 13 1 0 27 10 7 Vehsailles. ab 4 3 4 3 3 4 n 0 0 In sn 0 0 1 po 5 3 1 a 3 1 k 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . Tntals Innings Versailles Frankfort Earned Runs Two-base 401SSi2 ..3110026 ''1111111 32 2 5 0 24 0 14 0 00212 0 1 4 0 2 2 3 0 2 1 Fhankfokt 3I am 4 n In sir to a 4 1 0 btaBK, If LliuUey, lb Nelson, rf Merchant p Hunt, rf Phillips, 2b Wli.teismlth, s. VanDeiveer, cf Totals ...4010080 00 1U0U 1 5 4 3 4 0 1 3 e 0 0 0 druggists, 75c. Toledo, O. 8 Best Indigo Blue Calicoes Best Colored Calicoes Best Dress Ginghams Best Apron Ginghams Black Cotton Stocking Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton 74c. . 6c. 8 c. 5c. 7 (I 4 2 4 15 . 0003 S...4 10 00U1 . . . 2 3 0 0 0 2 U 0 0 1 0 0 0 1C 0 One Way to be Happy, April Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. 0 0. Frankfort 8; d Wlntersmltli, ults Davis. VanDerveer. Three-basDouble Stolen Rases Frankfort 6; Versailles 0. Plays Nelson alone: Merchant alone. Bafe on Balls-- By Merchant 2: By Allen 2. Hit by Merchant 2; By Allen 0. Struck Out Pltcher-- Br By Merchant 8; Br Allen 3. Time of (iuine Umpires Hlehardson uud Sellers. lhr. 46m. Attendance 300. 24010310 o 12346G78 0 2 0 0 0 0 90- -T SG 8 "o 2 x Versailles -2 11 lilts Newman. Llnd-eerun- Glazebrook, lb Tupper, 3b Berry, c Wood, s. S Hudson, If Lord, 2b Vernon, p Olympics .... ab 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 20 it In su 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 001m 0 1 Mlluer.rf ,3 3 0 1 Suuuders, cf Totals 0 0 "3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Is at all times to attend the com forts of your family. Should any ono u 0 of them catch a slight cold or cough, 0 proparo yourself and call at once on 3 27 55 Chapman & Williams and get atrial Otto's Cure, tho fjreat Gorro a e bottle of Wo give it away 12 0 0 man Remedy, Free. 3 to prove that wo have a sure euro 5 u 3 0 7 1 1 0 0 o 1 1 J, ,L RODMAN & SON, ' 0 2 1 2 1 0 a 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 for Coughs, Colds Asthma, Consumption, and all diseases of the throat 28 and lungs. Large sizes 50c. Plants, Bulbs. Seeds. Metal Designs. 0 1 T "l 21 16 9- To Old Point. meeting T. P. A., Old Point Comfort, Va., the L. & N. will sell round trip tickets to above point on Juno 12th and 13th,. good tore-tur- n 30 days from date of salo, at ono faro for tho round trip. On account W. v. 7 FltANKFOBT VS. OLYMPICS. Tuesday's game while also onesided, was the prettiest of the season. Shelley and Boone, who wore advertised as the Olympics' battery, could not come, and Vernon and Berry During most of were on the points. tho game Vernon had the home boys guessing, but just at the critical points the hits and errors came together and onablod the Frankforters to run up a total of eight, with an inning to spare. It was tho Olympios' first defeat of tho season and they played their best to win, bub wore barely able to avoid a shut-ouTheir prinoipal stumbling blocks wero Penny Merchant and Shorloy Wintorsmith. ably assisted by Rosy Davis and Tommio Newman. Three t. Innings Frankforts. Olympics. ... ... 2 12 2 0. Earned nuns Frankfort Davis 2 Threa Base Hits Newman, btolen Banes Berry. Base on Balls Oft Merchant 1 j oil Vernon 2. Hit by Pitcher 6; by Vernon 1. Struck Out By Morchant Vernon C. Passed B ills Berry 3. Time of flame 1 hour 35. Umpire Hlehardson 00010000 Olympics 2; 0- 346678 x 0 l 0 0 0 3 J, THOMPSON, NO T 8 1 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, Two Baso Hits Alexander, Agent. Are You Going? Tho Queon and Oresont routo being oquippod with solid vostlbulod trains, tho Queen and Oresont Special, and tho Cincinnati Limited, will have tho popular trains to tho Republican National Convention at Indianapolis. Tickets will bo sold Juno 1st to 5th, good for return until Juno L'Oth, at rato of ono faro for tho round trip. For sleeping car reservations or any special information or accommodations call on or address ticket agonts of tho Queon & Orescent Routo, or D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050. RING 2. BASE HITS. FhtllipB iB a mombor of tho Lexington team and was a "school-mate- " of Roxy's. His coaching was ono of tho features. v Rose Buds a Specialty. House and Lot For Salo. FRiME RESIDENCE, CON- twt'lvo rooms, collar mul basement, on Washington street, next door to tho Episcopal parbonage, is ottered tor salo at a bargain. For Floral designs. it Ma.y OoncGrn. Tho Olympics will play two games hero July 4th. Young and Shelley will probably bo their pitchers. That was a close decision of Mr. Riohardson'B at tho plate in the seventh. Dick got there almost ut To Whom THE talnliiK TWO-STOR- JL terms May ifiWni. Hiiiuy 10 W. ANDERSON GAINES: .,i MRS. LIZZIE COHORNme HAVINO THIS DAY by n decree of tho dlvoiced from Fnuikltn Court of Common Pleas, I am no mora responsible for debts contracted by her. May 5, 1892. GEO. W. COHORN. 87-- . 6 JOHE3ST -- If Ready for Spring Trade in the most complete TTTTn"F"T .FT!"" Ready for Spring Trade with a large line of IS' JhBsSi IJiH Iti China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns closing out. goods. oK BIovbs & Ranges. ,fg;"l " L 11 Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double (MKwiliillll MNi VT7TJr.'7U.-3Tffl tt fi-f- 'i -' r M TTm I am No trouble to show thick Tinware, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, and a complete line of House Furnishing Goods too large to mention. Take the elevator and examine my second floor. Tin roofing, guttering and job work solicited. 'V'.l ', -- 'l l JNO. T.BUCKLEY. Religious. We would JOHN T. BUCKLEY. Darby's Prophylactic Use it in every Will keep the atmosphere pure and wholesomejremoving all bad odors from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and ail contagious diseases. sick-roo- be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made. Tay- Baptist Church itev. W. 0. lor will occupy his pulpit at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m., as at 9:30 usual-Sunday-scho- a. m. lv. 8 language at the Southern Presbyterian Church next Monday evening at o'clock. Rev. Paul Schenke, of Lexington, will conduct services in the German Episcopal OnuncH Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, will occupy the pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 8:00 p. m. Oath urn; Chimoh The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd will be conducted by Rev. Father V. E. Gorey, the pastor. First mass at 8 a. m., second mass at 10:30 a. m., andvespors at 3 p. m. OHitiBiiAn Church Rev. George Darsie, the pastor, will occupy his jpulpit at 11 and 8:00 as usual. Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- er meeting in the 7:30 Lecture-room- , p. m. at Henderson will preach morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday-schoconvenes 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. ol Methodist Church Rev. H. G. Southern Pre&e yterian Church Rev. W. G. Neville, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. in., as ubual. At night the pastor will preach the second sermon of his series on the prevailing sins of the day. will be Children's and the services in the morning will consist of eongs by the children of scripture reading the Sund and a short address by Rev. W. Ii. Cooper. The programme for the occasion is one prepared and sent out by the Presbyterian Board of Publication Work, and the and Sabbath-schoo- l music is all new and very beautiful. The services will be short and will prove interesting to the old as we'l as the young. In the afternoon at 3 o'clock a Children's Mass Meeting willbe held, at which addresses will bo delivered by Rev. W. G. Neville and Hon. W. To-morro- w ay-scho- ! First Presbyter fAX Church Day. States. July and August are evidently the hottest months of the year and consequently the most unhealthy for the Playing labor of tho school-rooand other vigorous exercises upon the part of the pupils causing them II. Jones. to drink excessive draughts of cold Everybody iB invited to attend both water, which is injurious to the services. health and often productive uf seritf Thereore, if for no ous results. One good second hand mower for other than a hygienic measure, it aale. Price 20. A bargain. would be better for the common Mastin - Bros. school year to end August 31st in..... .... ... Tho school stead of Juno 30th. 20 dozen Ladies' Bolts, in all Bhould begin the first Monday in September, or as soon thereafter as thoniW styles. MS oitzftl & D'Donnoll. possible. This change, as a matter of course, would doubtless cause the close Red Hosiery is the latept great number of tho schools to could fad. We have them in all in midwinter, but this difficulty be greatly obviated by the building sizes. Every pair warrented of good, comfortable school-houseIn tho opinion of the writer, other fast colors. winter things Weitzel & O'Donnell. are morebeing equal, of good schools productive results than Jhose which are taught during Notes. Educational the summer season. Tho time has come that the proUY A BREATHITT COUNT.Y TEACHER. gressive teacher, ir order to keep Tho addition of $603,000 to the abreast with the spirit of the age, should,read and study such books o present common school fund of and educational periodicals as have a 400,500 will, in the opinion of writnr. ho tho dawnincr of a new era bearing on common school, literary In fhft hlntnrv of rinniilfir education ancyBciontino subjects. Tho teacher should muko a judicious selection of in Kentucky. Its inauguration with many other innovations wjll such books, etc., as liis means may create a demand for better sohool-houfle- s allow. and a higher standard of Supplementary reading is very im-- 1 s. 81.-th- qualified teachers than have hitherto portantai a drill and recreation in existed. as it relieves the the school-rooThe work of the General Assembly minds of the pupils from the monotis one of vast importance and re- ony of their regular readers, by presponsibility, and its mission should senting new and interesting subjects be to arouse Kentucky from hor for thought. former state of lethargy and infuse Uniformity of text books are essennew life and eneigy in her body pol- tial to successful work in the schoolitic. Many educational reforms are room by economizing time and labor needed. Many sections of the pres- in the recitation of the different ent school law need to be revised, classes. No one except the teacher viz: Change the end of the common iB fully aware of the perplexity and school year from June COth to AugUBt confusion of a variety of text books 31st; extension of the time of tho by different authors, The' Legislasession to six or eight months; uni- ture should require the State Board formity in the length of sessions for or Education to adopt a uniformity all schools; payment of the salaries of text books for a period of at least of teachers monthly, and the scale of seven years. This measure would salaries to be in proportion to the alBO be a matter of economy to pargrades of certificates; provisions for ents and guardianB in tho purchase the payment of trustees for necessary of books. services actually performed; the Music, both vocal and instrumentelection of County Superintendents al, while not an essential is at least for six or eight years instead of four; and admirable feature of the schoola compulsory uchool law, with judi- room which should receive all reacious penalties for the enforcement sonable encouragement. To be a of the same; fines and penalties good singer is quite an accomplishagainst tinslees in the employment ment ana should bo coveted by all ol teachers wicu a lower grade oi ; who are able to exercise the devine cerfi fixates over those having a high-- ' gift. As a hygienic measure there is or class unless for good and valid; nothing more conducive to the health reasons, those reasons being subject and strength of the lungs. to the approval or disapproval of the Jas. M. Leath. County rVupevinlcndent; 'grading of ' teacher's certificates by the State The following item clipped from Board of Education: allow for the the Ft. Madison (Iowa.) Democrat, bettor proucu'oa of the rights of contains information well worth reflrslrclas tend eis, etc. membering: "Mr. John Roth, of this The Legiblatme bhould albo submit city, who met with an accident a few to the vo is the proposition of an days ago, spraining and bruising his cents on leg and arm quite severely, was cured additional tax of twenty-tw- o each one hundred dollars worth of by one 50 cent bottle of Chambertaxablo property for educational pur- lain's Pain Balm." This remedy is poses. The importance of taxation, without an equal for sprains and both Suite and local, for cchool bruises and should have a place in can scarcely be overestimated. every household. For sale by J. W. This measuie should be vigorously Gayle, Druggist. m agitated by the friends of popular education until the people fully Embroidered Muslins realize and appreciate its value as a With colored flowers 37J cents, refactor in solving the great moral and duced from 45 and 50 cents. social problems of the aue. The priSam. D. Johnson & Co. mary obj coof State taxation is meret ly to foim the nucleus of a common school fund, which should be suppleOur entire stock of Wool mented by such local t?ation as the Dress Goods at reduced Prices. means of tie peop'e may allow in Weitzel & O'Donnell. each of then xeaptctive ..chool disMany Persons, bowevor, trict For Sale.-pl- -- Afresh milk cow. Ap-A- . seem to havo lost Bight of the ultiW. Cromwell. to mate object of this State tax and to have taken it for granted that the Fine Wlieat. aforesaid fund wan all that was rec- essary for school purposei. The We were shown a few sample heads mistaken idea lias already done mucn to hindei the caufco and progress of of wheat yesterday, grown by Mr. M. our common uchool system. ".That D. Averill, of this county, from seed which cost nothing is wo' lb. nothing," and too much reliance on the imported lasc fall. They are very State fund alone has already done superior, some heads measuring six much to smolder the enthusiasm inches, and the yield is estimated at that would otherwise have been about 40 bushels to tho acre. Tho kindled by tho elleclfj f local taxaare Fehz Egyptian and an untion. The increase of tht State funl to two or thiee times its preso" t known variety, which ho calls tho amount would still leave Kentucky Averill wheat. Tho yield will be rein the rear of several of ho: sister pur-uoses His Superior Ability In Trealliig Obscure Chronic Diseases is something marvelous, lias cured wlicro others have given up to die. i on Sims, of New York, says: "1 am convinced that Prof. Darby's ProphylacticFluid is a most valu 2 able disinfectant,' ' 1 The eminent physician, J. Mari- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. We have some first class second hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Call and see them if you want a bargain. Mastin Bros. 30-t- f. asHKrr m&mt mi0m Sri?"1- rTm.'-t.J-.V- er and engine, in good order, are ollered for bale at a bargain. Apply to W. T Featherston, Forks of Elk- horn. 35-4- t. For Sale. A second-han- d thresh- m i m &Sirl-vl:'fi.-.'- H. If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, left at your every morning, leave residence orders at W. H. Averill's drug store, the U. S. Express office or H. R. Williams' grocery. 23-t- f. ."r;frTT::r:r-:...;-- T Lyman P. Walter, M. D., The world renowned specialist, will be atFranlr fort, 39-l- If you have a buggy, carriage or Capital Hotel, July 1st, 1892, set of harness which needs repairing Returning every four weeks during the take it to the Kentucky Buggy and Dr. Walter has had years or experience Inyear. Company on east Broadway. largest hospitals In the country, Is a graduatethe Harness ot several of the best Colleges una has for number All work promptly executed. sura sneclulty of ) ears 15-t- f. 11 Children Cry for Pitcher's Casforia. m all chronic and no Incurable disglV'ii up to die. successfully and does not take the case He treats cure can be guaranteed. unless of gical disease. Ho undertakes eases but has cured hundreds made 40-2- y Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing Buggies, carriages and harness repaired by the Kentucky and Harness in Hut ears, Deafness, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat, Lungs, KidCompany. ney, Urinary and lUailder Troubles, Dright'3 Disease, Dyspepsia, ConstipaHouse for Rent A tion llheiiiiiatisin Paralysis. frame residence of eight of being made a double A. II. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostrate Gland tenement located in a good neigh- troublo;I wb given up toI die by all general practiand myself gave up all hope, borhood in South Frankfort, is tioners consulted,so arranged my business, was made my will uud offered for rent. Will rent either obliged to use lathtther every half hour. And cured by half or all of the house. For terms now entirely well,Frankfort, Dr. Wulter. Ky i utarrh O. U. ten 15-t- f. two-stor- y rooms-susceptible apply at this office. va-iieti- Walter. EPILEPSY OR KITS POSITIVELY CURED. ULOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, (fleet, etc , cured by Improved and never fulling lemedles. DISEASES OK WOMJiN, such us Leucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, N FA'OIUllLE TERMS. THE PL.CE ON bearing Uovwi pains In back, relieved In short Qrtlwinl 11 .Ml ii ttlitlt iir.i iiLiila nu'iprtm I 'If time. mil Hlfi ii inMnli.lit.T trtt i v wunv iiii HU H'lJUIIIllln M'k'i TfVJI I1IW fuuf flrint (ill Pilttn YOUNO AND MIDDLE AGED MEN suffering Uret't, running bade ;ibnuttwu mini red feet. Tlie from Spermatorrhea, Inipotency, Eruptions, the 111 be sold (is ono or a perately, as desired. tract result of errors or excesses, should call before It Luriiilueuiul trims apply to morH II. nerlll. Is too lute, and guarantee u cure Su perlluous hair iUilY AND MAO. 1'AGE. uud ull eruptions on the face permanently re- yours standing; am now completely cured by Dr, Thorna. of OR SALE. o (t, ported after harvesting and threshing. A limited quantity of tho above wheat will be sold by Mr. Averill for seed. im "V7"ood.lils:e, Muy si-l- 1 1 1 jgZ-y- . Remember tlw date and come eurly, as his rooms ure always crowded wherever he stops. confidential. Address moved. Examination audi consultation free, private or VETERINARY DE.NTIST. LYMAN P. WALTER, M. D., Louisville, Ky. Dr. AVulter can refer you to hundreds of cases In your own State and every state in the Union, whlcu he has cured, among teem the following: Mrs. Itev. J. h. stokes, Darwin, ind.. SuppressMrs. Henry Uned and p.ilntul menstrutlons. der, Camden. Ind., Female Trouble. Mrs. It. W. Crockett, Delphi. Ind., Cutnrrh. Mrs. Ous Gln-rlcOwasco, Intl., Lung Trouble. Mrs. Martha Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cuncer of breast reMiss llettle moved without knife or caustic. Block, MIchlgantown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. McCarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Rosa Cookson, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eye straightened. Mrs. Suruh Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and Asthma of long standing. Mrs M. Clark, Mooresvllle, Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic. Miss Sarah Dougherty, Rocklleld, Ind., Epilepsey. Mrs. Ijincaster, Ylvallu. Ind , Kidney Troublo. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unvorsaw, Martinsville. Ind., Catarrh. Doctors said would die with consumption. Is us well as ever. Win. A. Gard, Durllngton, Ind., Kidney trouble for four yeurs. Dr. Walter cured me two years ago have not been tioubled since. Elijah Toler, Durllngton, Stomach trouble, could not see after business-a- m us ever. James Wyatt, Delphi, us well y Ind,, Could not heur und had m constant dischare from my eurs. Dr. Walter cured mo entirely. Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J O. Canine, Waverlund. Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller, Grecncistle, Cancer of Eyo. Mrs. Mary Jones, Edlnburg, Brlghts Disease. Dr. Walter gives these names by permission and they request that ullsulferers should write them In regurd to their case. Dr. Walter also has many testimonials from having been cured of private diseases ut does not publish them even by permission but will furnish them upon application. Address to-dto-da- Interesting: to Ladies. your husband Dear Madam seem tired of you, are you always peevish? Do you and your husband have little spats now and then? This is the case with mo3t married people; and tho only way you will over live in perfect harmony is to restore tho Sparkling eyes, rosy cheeks, strength, vigor and playfulness of girlhood; then your husband will stick to you like he did in your courting days, and not bo seeking the society of other ladies. If you will try one package of "Rose Buds1' you will not regret it; it will make a now woman of you. "Rose Bud's" will absolutly cure Congestion, Inflamation and Falling of the Womb, Loucorrhea or Whites, Rupture at Childbirth, Ovarian Tumors, Miscarriages and all the distressing symptoms; such as Bearing down pains, Does Orders by mull promptly iittended to. jEAnuft3fJiJIIII ttftaWkT written yit? If you havtn't, nhdom And Inttlllftnt m mbltlon Hin jo h. wilt to.di. I promUt you mr VeBPaBBV2a"uNH'ipecUI. Deriontl Mention. I to briefly leech injr ftlrly intelligent Ixrion it either ics. who write, and who, fler Imtructlun, will work Indue- - lufccil cm read and rlouilr. bow to cam Three Thou, c. and Doll-- .. reerln theli owo localltlee, erer they lire. will alio furnU the eituatloo where. I which you can earn that amount. ar 1 eherje nothing and recelro noth-l- n( 1.00. The Leverette Specific Co., 339 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 39-l- Back Ache, Head Ache, Melancholy. Sleeplessness, etc. Its wonderful effects are noticed from tho first application. Leucorrhea or Whites aro usually cured by ono or two applicaNo doctor's examination tions. treat yourself. By mail, postpaid, requlrei at abore. Kothlnc difficult to learn, or that unleie provided with em ployment a largo number who aro making over 1 line 1 houiand Uollare a Year, eech. All le new, ptinu.eure. run particular Alter you Know an, it you clude logo no further, why, no harm la done. Addren, aw w cj V, mjmsLK j ii- - much time. I deilre but one penon from each dletricl or county. 1 hetrea). rtaay laugni ana x jm Dec.5-ly- AI.I.i:., . ireo. Ilox 4aO, Aiijrueui, iluluo. Lyman P. Walter, M.D. Louisville, Ky. . i 4fc.4.i. t&t&ili .W.-- . L'lJltu-i-Yjt uLMiaik.-- i . tA ii.liifirlUi iVir'-itMil.iriliii- A vv .,.,, T f f "WWSpyV " V MRWflT -- ? "P ' 7 1 4 w 8 DAY ONLY $2.50 FOR AN ELEGANT I if MlIlDlfC A A Grand opportunity to Buy a Handsome Clock at a very Low Price. SHSUSSMr a. 8 Day Strike, All Walnut Cases,' And Our Guarantee Goes with every Purchase. $2,SO Dr. Hale's Household Oint- M. A. SEEBEUT, The Jeweler. ment Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Oures Files like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Oures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Oures 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 elso; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 andSOc. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's South Side drug store. 5-- ly Odds and Ends. 5' We natives of Frankfort have been accustomed for generations to say "you can't keep a Frankfort boy down," and it occasions no surprise to me when I learn of how well our boys and girls are doing at school and college. Mr. Albert H. McOlure, jr., who haB just returned from Centre College, Danville, carried off the prize for scholarship in the Sopho more class at the commencement this week, and no one who knows him and the head he has on his shoulders will marvel thereat. Dr. Young, of the College, when in the city recently, spoke in the most flattering terms of Mr. McOlure, and predicted for him a most successful career in life. Mr. nish healthy amusement at slight exM. D. Hardin won the highest honors pense if wo would only take to the at the same college for Oratory, as water as a source. will be remembered. There will be a meeting of tho Garfield Clab this evening at eight o'clock, lousiness of importance and interest will come before the meeting and there should bea full attendance. In accordance with the Constitution adapted by the Clu1--, there will be tn election of olticeru for the ensuing year. The meeting will be held ns usual, in the Sower building, on Come one and all. There was an innovation in the Main street. A. 0 Nelson, President. Center College Commencement which W. H. VanWinkle, Secretary. would be a very pleasing one if generally adopted by all the colleges in this section. It was a Field Day, deNow Try Tills. voted to athletic sports and contests. Itwillcost younothingand will sureMr. T. Lindsey Blayney, of this city, was one of those most prominent in ly do you good, if you Have a Cough, any Throat, Oold, the exercises, and proved himself a IMiost or Lungs.trouble with New Die-- o Dr King's or splendid athlete. Tho very for Consumption, Coughs and motto of the colleges is getting more guaranteed and more "Mem sana in corp n Colds iswill be paid to give relief, or back. Sufferers money sano." Irom La Grippe found it just the t h ng and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a Baraplo As I nAVE before remarked, what a bottle at our expense and learn for pity it is that no interest is taken in yourself just how good a thing it is. aquatic sports here. Every time I Triulbottlesfree atPiriL. Carpenter's take a look at that splendid racing Drug Store. Large size 50c. $1.00. course between the L. & N. bridge 3 and the lock I keep wishing I could see a boat race there. With our base CUallis! Challis! ball club and cycling club and our Special sale on Monday and Tuestrotting association the monotony of day. June 13th and 14th, of all wool summers East still more is somewhat relieved, challis at 49 cents. might be done to furall-rou- subject of her essay off her mind day or night. "I have it all written out," she said, "but we have to recite from memory and I leave you to imagine what n state of mind I am in. always trying to see how much of it I can remember. I am sick and tired of the very name of it " And my friend is considered one of the brightest girls in Frankfort, too. Tne Garfield Club. R. ROGERS & SON, We have only a few of thqm, Ask at Our Store for a New i but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about Donti c 6ttto xfrief Way Rl.Q.Qcri I . w w rv i jrvHnajarigUi t. WSSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carSixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. pets ought to read. Free to those who ask for it. Remember the place, St Olair St., opp Court House. DR. W. i. KELLEY, "1HE KING" SICKLE AID TOOL GRINDER FOR OKINDINQ OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the 40-l- t. Sam. D. Johnson & Co. FHOESffIX ECTEIi, IN LEXINGTON. KY.. Good News. Not to be outdone by the boys, Miss Ruth Ely, who is attending Caldwell College, at the same place, has ably sustained the girls' reputation by carrying off the gold medal from a number of competitors. Miss Ely is the youngest daughter of Dr. Jas. R. Ely, and Is very popular with all who know her, both young and old, Mb. John P. Stewart, who is now studying medicine in Louisville, has been visiting his father at the F. M. I. for the past two weeks. Mr. Stewart is delighted with his profession, and I predict he will make a successful M. D. He left yesterday with his father to attend the National ConvenFeeble-Minde- hrv. d tion of Superintendents of Institutes, to be held near William. Philadelphia, after which they go on a pleasure trip to New York, Old Miles1 Nerve and Liver Point Comfort and other eastern Pills. points. Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though Tiie Olympics, of Louisville, are tho nerves. A new discovery. Dr. one of the most gentlemanly clubs Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, that ever played here, and although bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipathey did kick a little in the eventful tion. Splendid for men, women and seventh inning of the game Tuesday, children. Smallest, mildest, surest. they took every thing, even the guy- 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y ing of the crowd, in the greatest J. W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky . good humor. It was an inimitable piece of sarcasm, however, when one Married. of the crowd of small boys which followed them shouted out, "say Mister, In this city, at tne resilience of the bride's we want to get you fellows to play 8th, on Wednesday our picked nine." That caught the W. C. Taylor, Mr. Vi.ewnlwr, Juan Miss br Iter. Claiu Coovkkt n.id crowd, and made the poor Olympics' Hulett. Mr. Wm. Wilson unci Miss Lottie were tho attendants. lives miserable. 45-lti, No other medicine in the world I eeosNaW had occasion to make was ever given such a test of its trips to the suriounding country, and curative qualities, as Otto's Cure. I am more and more convinced of Thousands of bottles of this great the truth of the old saw, "God made German remedy are beingdistributed the country but man built the cities." free OF charge, by druggists in this Why any one who could live in sight country, to those afflicted with Conof tho glorious beauties of nature, as sumption, Asthma, Croup, Severe exemplified bythis region of country, Coughs, Pneumonia and all throat should prefer the city as an abiding and lung diseases, giving the people place is past my feeble comprehen- proof that Otto'n Cure will cure them, sion. Tho Versailles pike, the George- and that is the grandest triumph of town piko, jhe Lawrenceburg pike, medical science. For sale by ChapSampleB free. or, in fact, r.r y of them, present such man & Williams. 28 scenes of beauty as may well make Large bottles 50c. one pause and reflect upon the power which could create such marvels. I went to Providerce Church last Sunday, and no one who has ever hoard Mr. Alderman can doubt the sermon was a splendid one; but I am free to confess that the sermon on the road left a much more powerful impression than the one xn the church. Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Juno 17th, 1892. July 9th, 1892. July 30th, 1892. Aug. 20th, 1892. MOWING M A C 11 1 N ES KNIVES, SHOVEL PLOWS, HATCHETS, AXES, GRUBBING HOES, TOOLS, ETC. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical operation an d with little or no pain. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky, V. REEERENCES . W. McKee nardlo, Frankfort, Ky. Ky. Jas. David Moore, Benson, Ky. M. Berberlch, Frankfort, hy. Rev. L. P. llulett, Benson. Ky. A. H. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. V. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. Wlthrow.Frankfoit, Ky. CURES ALL DR. KELLEY'S office and residence Is at 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR- The best and only successful eer made for the purpose. For sale by PRICE $5 00. JUSTIN BROS. DAYS, Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one w. I. KELLEY, M. D by addressing 269 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE. DISEASES! Consumption "I Cured. believe It to be one of the best medicines sold. The physicians, tw. years nuo. said my wife had consumption, both lungs uffectid. I have had to send her outh for several sprlnes to ullte, butslnceshe has been taklns keen Radam's Microbe Killer the has been right nt home attending to her business, and lo In better health than she has been In 20 yeais. "It. T. POOLE, Cedartown. Ga." hr powers of your medicine. Having been a sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial affection and Indigestion, after Hiking Microbe Killer all of the above symtoms have entirely disappeared. Several Diseases Cured. "I cheeifully testify to the curative " ours, etc., TONIC CURES Tlio Most Surccssful Remedy ever discovered, as It Ii certain In Its effects and docs not: blister. Read proof below t "Janitor liu-le- tt TIIOS. L. DAVIS, Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, La," Kendall's Spavin Cure. tirruc Rock, Ark., Aug. 20, '00. Dr. IJ. J. Co.: Uonts It Is with tlio Krentest RntlfnctIon that I Inform ou that I liavociirt-- l the rollowlui;dliense3:-Hwcetiey.Mioiildc- r .Tolllt J.lllIICUfNH. fllOC-IIoll- ,IdlllK'lll'MH ill ;'oro Foot. I am working on lliii-.lolinnicnrHK and uill euro Hint nit with Kendall' Spavin Cure. It H tho host Muliufiit for manor beast I hiu o ever mod. I recommend It to all liorso Owners. Horses that I hitvo orlccd on uro valuable, but without your Liniment would be w orthless. I li.ivo friends who lined It for rrnliiB and JlrnUi'H nnd cured them. They say It l tho best, nt LOSS OF APPETITE, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, 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 25 y nan by emlnout pbyslolant and burseous lu the United Sintex, and pronounced by them the best TONIU extant It cures where all others full. Try it and b convinced. Abb: your Druggist for It. I would suggest, however, that Leads. the home people do a little loss orow-in- g get out of the woods. before they Sick people should not be deceived The team which the Olympics will by pretondevs who talk about bring hero on the glorious Fourth "germs," "baccilli," &c., to will bo much stronger than tho one sell thoir proparationc, thus preventhero Tuesday, and tho great Young ing people from buying the original will be in tho box one of tho games. tested Microbe It need not surprise any one should Killer" medicine.you"Rndum's is now, need. It is what our boyB yet bo forced to lower their boon, making colors to thoir now vanquished ri- and for years has other remedies more oures than all vals. combined. Read Lhoir advertisement in this paper. Don't bo docoived. "Mi-crobi- ," Tlie Old Original Remedy been a Milf'rer from asthma and catarrh, for more than two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting u In bed or reclining In a clmir. l ha e iivil one Jm,' of It idam's Microbe Killer, and f r the Inst three weeks hme been sleeping naturally, soumlly and Mcetl) as a I attribute my relief to the remedy, and child. heartily recommend It to unv one buffering from "I have Asthma and Catarrh Cured. Joint Iiiiiriciic-HH,!?till- o ustlimutlo orc.itmrh.u trouble. Respectfully, EDWIN R. MOORK, "Cashier In Banlc of Ad.ilnllle. fiu." they ever used. Yours truly, E. U.S. WELLS. fl Fever and Flux Cured. "Icheeifull) testify tlmtnft?r taking Microbe Killer for lllteendajs I am ontlirly cured, afttr and being sick two years with iiinlctrl.il during which time I contracted other diseases, (lux. etc. I was atended during this time by three of thebebt doctors of the city without being bene-lltte- Kendall's Spavin Cure.. JtO.NTO systematically ridiclule the "sweet girl graduate'' could boo tho fever of unrest which possess tho s. g. g. for several weeks beforo the commencement exorcises take place, thoy would have more to sympathize with and less to oritlciso. One of my young friends, who is a membor of tho High School graduating olnss, told mo tho other day that bIio could not get tho If those cakping critics who Stray Cow Tho person who lost PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTUB. a dry Alderny cow, with one horn Mr. ltndniti'rt Microbe Klllr Cures all shortor than the other and ring and J. ED RAY & GO,, Manfs. and Proprs., Diseases by Itrnuning the Cause. Price $t ju-- bottle, of nix bottles for-$Shole in the right ear, can hear of hot circular and the 2 cents stamp for Send All ilrniilitn Unvo It or can (let It' PAKI8, ICY. whereabouts by calling and paying Microbe War, shows what disease Is and what the ul- for Vout or It will be sent to tncutu it. Read it, for this notice. Tho party has had remedy must be, and do, dUeoveror forming inn projrto-tors- , Sole Agent, rc ui Tvcoijtf vj jince W. E. AVERILL, and you wants the circulate It Address will tho hor for two weeks and jourlltu. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., owner to come and take her away. RADAM'S MU'it'JDi: KILfj''H, Nashville, Teilll. Frankfort. Ky. J. W. (UYJ.K or Li:COMlTE& (UYLECO. Enosburrjh Falls, Vermont- oleti'td'its .ror Franklin com ty. Aug.l-ly- , ,Tunel3-l- j . Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Jan, r , , o- ll-ly- "WM. DOIIKUTY. "10 Celeste St., New Ui leans. La." J. Rk.ndau. Co., EuosbitrKh Falls, Vt.: u tlio year 18311 treated with Kendall's! Spavin Curo a Iluuu Spavin ut m en j ears stand ltiir nearly ns Ian:u an a Iicuh eir and completely stopped the lameness and reunited tho enlargement. Have worked tlio horso ery hard eer slncH, ho never Imi known auv lameness neither cau I seo any difference la tho slzn of tlio hoe I:. F. U. COOLEY. Yours truly, Dr. D. Oeuts-I- Visto, Colo., Deo, 51, 1S89. ,V '! lUUJHi -- v - t 8 vnyrr WWWWvvVi 'k3 Clotliin Best, Biggest and Cheapest. FOR THE 33E3SIGP and licltSi GO TO Furnishings Bast and Biggest SHOE HOUSE In. SHOE HOUSE PBANKFOBT A17D OOTSVIXJ. -- Kentucky. In Kentucky. v:e x-7- "3 ?:: B IGGE ST, BEST AND CHEAPEST Hi Clothing, Hat, Shoe and Furnishing Houses in Kentucky. Good Suits, $5, 86, $7, $8. Fine Suits, S10, S15, $20. Dress Suits, $15, S20, 825, $30. SEE OUR Boys' and Children's CRUTCH FRANKFORT-- & AND- STA IKS. -- SEE OUR Boys' and Children's SUITS. Cycling. Messrs. Ben Marshall and John Selbert rode from here to Lexington and back via Paris and Georgetown Distance 80 miles. last Sunday. Their time was pretty fast, although they did not push themselves. Messrs. Ohas. Long and Earl Rogers rode to Lexington and came home via Georgetown, not going to Paris. Several other runs were also made, and altogether it was a great day for LOUISVILLE. agent. Rev. Zbphaniaii Meek, D. D., A couple of Louisville wheelmen Editor of Central Methodist. rode up last Saturday and took in the town with their kodaks. They had DuIJois Si Webb, rather a rainy day of it, however. Room 10, Norton II lock, Corner Fourth and Jefferson, Messrs, Crutcher & Roberts at the Louisville, and thing in cycles to call on them. Eleven weeels were sold in Lexington last week and many more are thinking of purchasing. The girls there are taking the matter up which accounts for the sudden increase in popularity. It will bo a great day for cycling here when some of those d fair ones let their reason got the bettor of their dread of Mrs. faint-heare- large number of the local members of the L. A. W. will attend the Lexing ton meet. No one will be allowed to go on the train upon pain of being iired from the local club. The now members are showing in fine style and the older ones will have to look to their laurels. The club will have a championship race at the Lexington meet. Sweaters are becoming more and more popular as a part of a cycle suit. Nearly all the local wheelmen liavo ordered one. The Club colors of the Blue Grass "Wheelmen at the Lexington meet will probably be blue and white. Local Consul Sejbert is the best man for the position Frankfort He is whee'men have ever had. one of the hustlers who never know what it is to fail when working for the league. Every membership for this city has been renewed, which is more than any other place in the State, large or small, can say, and it is owing to Selbert's efforts that such is the case. I cycling. It is very probable that quite a June for Tucker, who was the ring leader. He skipped out, returning last week. Officers found him, and he was run in. The officers of Kentucky Division, League of American Wheelmen, the Eushedpenaltyprosecution, and the stated above was inflicted. It has become dangerous for wheelmen to ride in the suburbs of this city on account of these attacks by. young and old hoodlums, and the L. A. W. officers say they are do termined to break up the practio9. Tucker's case is the first one brought to trial. Others may follow. Mr. W. W. ,Watts assisted Judge Thunnan in Courier-Journa- l, the prosecution. 9. WM. CROMWEL1 CHILD BIRTH ' MADE EASY! ATTORN " Mothers' Friend " is a scientificEY-AT-LA- to TABLETS ally prepared Liniment, every ingredient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are com bined in a manner hitherto unknown REAZ, ESTATE AGEN1 COURTS 0 rTthl PCTICE adjoining countle am Franklin Rnd the ipclM attention to the purebwv uid me of real estate, collection of nta cl&tm wid the lezotlntion of loant IN THE will Also Rive UCKEYELJU HHHMMH DUE r "MOTHERS FRIEND" it AND MORE. Innfti-- l NOTHING BUT PILES. Moore's Poultry Remedy. Bearings. 1 1 MMwfMm0A JSLECTROPOISE. WILL DO all (nat is claimed for It Shortens Labor,. Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers " mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sentby express on receurtof price $1.60 per bottle BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. 0a. SOLD II Y ALL yUQaiBTS, and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. rrptrtdbjniCIUIlD80!f.TAYL0niIED. A SURE CO., ST.L0UI8. TS THE OLDEST POUTRY RFMEDY ON THE 1 umikt't. Festively prevents and cures C HOLE RA Jlar-- AND ue In GAPES Kentucky midland Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI them pays for Its the extra produc- tion of 4 FOR SALE. in operation, for iirare bargain. Apply sale to A SHALL SOUR-MAS- T3 8S- - - SS 3 . " m Georgetown and FRANKFORT, Oulv direct line between DISTILLERY, NOW cheap. Only $1X00. (Jet titrlulbox. Unless about ton thousand men, M. T MITCHELL. Jii'i.23-tf- . Frankfort Ky. mainly professional men, lawyers, doctors, editors, preachers and all CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, classes, including the writer, are Valley Co. Mississippi very much mistaken, the Eloctro-pois- o effects cures, and gives relief, druggists- where all other known remedies have Washington, Philadelphia, failed. Especially eilicacious in the Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS Now York, Baltimore, case of delicate women and feeble AND SUNDRIES. Sea-Sho- re children. I have used one of the Old Point and the Electropoises over two years standard AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. Finest 5 QDA.WATER in Frankfort, and find it invaluable as a curative iN EFFECT NOVEMBER IS. 1891. FOB SALE Frankfort, lisle, Paris, Fal- Car ayerille, Gynthiana, mouth and Covington. mwnm ASK FOH TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND. TIWIE TflAINS HUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME TABLE MAYH9 1W2. TUAINS E AST. EAST BOUND . Fust Mall Lexington Winchester MC. Lve Sterling " " Limited acciii. Tl'illr Express) Dally Dally. Dally. Ex&un. KxBun r. .mii..n .. 7Ii5.nu (iOUpin 11 40am u 8 2 (am 0 45pm 1230pm iWvm 864am 712pm l uapni I ooyiu April P No. 1. fi 00 G.IKi BJP No. 3.40 8.4 S.51 8.68 4.11 4.18 3. jl' H , -- tio1. 1.00 1,10 1.SB.' $, f V " -- w s. i f the agency for nati, as well Roundabout office have accepted Poorman, of Cincin as Prince Wells, of when you want anyor cycalites be sure JiOIUSVlllfj iVJ. Vestibuled Sleepers. The Queen and Oresonthavo placed in service between Ohatanooga and Shreveport, via Birmingham, Meridian, Jackson, Vicksburg and Monroe, new vestibuled sleepers of the most modern improvement, being lighted with gas and upholstered in the grandest style. This improvement is in accord with Ashland. . " 12 10am 1007pm 840am fi'Jam CattletHburg " I2pml0pin 1250pm 1047pm 30am Huntington " (J 3)1)1)1 2 lupin Washington Philadelphia" 1017am 500pm New York Arr. rZ'Jlmi 8&piu WEST BODND, DAILY DAILY. an . C i rr .fR . . , ' :::: '' 4aI5v NvrTl " ib. lt t VTiX CWE- -i J.A l-rr- i 1a k .' i' w "V. im Vyi- n MW t m .v r T I . tv T,v i " m --- .. 5 sUkJv the improvements that are being made on the entire system, making Grundy. it the most comfortable route be Jeff Tucker, a hoodlum from the tween the North and South, which Point, got a fine of 25 and flay days the traveling public will fully appre- ington. at hard labor in the city court this ciate. UUSTINPrTON:& MORGUKAD accommoda morning. Last Septombor Tucker tlons run dully. .and a gang of hoodlums attacked a Fob Sale Fifteen aoroB of bottom LEXINGTON &MOHEIIEAD4 LEXINGTON party of bicyclists who were return- land, situated about two miloB west MT. STERLING accommodations run dally ex- ceptun 's ofFrankfort, on L. & N. Railroad, ing from the Soldiers' Homo, at W. L. Collins. Will sell the THROUUH SLKKeiNG OAKS to und Irom Creek. Stones were thrown at several of the wheels, and one of the whole or in lots at a bargain. For ashlngton and Naw York without change. G W. Bauhky, o7l. Drown, xiders, Mr. W. W. Kling, waB jerked particulars call on : Gen. Pass. Agent, (. A.. Lexington, Ky. violently from his machine and hurt J. A. Goins, W.S. HAnniBON, "!A warrant waB sworn out Ky. Millville, sevorely. G.A., Ashland. Ky. Har-xodad-joini- 1 35pm G45r in 7Hi)iu i 4pm 205pm 727nm Ashland Ex Sun Mt. SterltngLve. 10 '27am 5(i8pm 1 20pm G25am Winchester . " U lfiam ' 45pm i oopm 7 l&am Lexington . Arr. 12 03pm 620pm 2 451)111 M UOitlll Louisville Arr. 525pm 9 50pm 7 40pmll 50,1111 LIMITED VESTIBULED PiWlNd run dall y in connection with Canape ue fc Ohio 'F. F V. to New York. runs uiuiy aim ftiAi.NS EAST Mail make local stops between Lexington and Hunt- Huntington Lve. blRMin Cattlettsuurg ' 025 UlJ ..." 637um ti iirirjl l J.I WtW M m I wzm w.s 111! am I 1 11 I i hj Ia1 n mammmwmm nkwjfi .BH ktvv mmkM H-- -r nvJlvV-1 3.85 3.45 4.05 1'arlx I m I M p H A m I i I No. 2. I No. 4 I No. 8 No. 12 TltAINS WE. C H.00 4.40 Lv. i'arls 5.50 G.Ot 5.07 8.12 Ar. Elizabeth . 8.1(1 5.15 6.08 Ar. Cetiturvllle 8.21 6 17 6.30 Ar. Newtonw 6 37 5.60 Ar. O S. Depot . . . . 8,80 6.52 6.40 Ar. Georgetown . . D . 8.41 8.49 6.18 7.05 Ar. Johnson 7.16 6.54 8.54 Ar. Puvall 7.85 7.01 Ar.StnmplngGround . 9.01 7.1.1 9.13 7.55 Ar. Swltzer Ar, Elkhorn 8,10 9.19 7.19 Ar, Summit , 8.20 9.25 7.25 8.30 7.33 Ar. Frankfort . . . A . 9.33 . . . . " tv Elizabeth , ui .Mnmnlng Ground LV Duvau I. hi' JullIHOIl . . Lv. (leorgotown .D. . v. s. Depot V. . , t,v . Swltzer Frankfort Summit Elkhoru .A, b 11 6.1b fi. C.8U 0 44 G.62 4.2J 4.80 4 40 4.51 6.0J 5.07 5.20 0.60 7.0U 2.10 2.20 2.85 3X0 Nowtown . Ceutrevllle 3.!0 7 .0. 7.18 7.Z1 7.87 t ..... f A connects with L. & N. B connects with Q. & 0, and L.S. 0 connects with K. O. G0;' The Kentucky Midland Rnllnav and connec tions fonn the shortest mid cheapest route to all points north, south and west. For further Information apply to their neents, E. B. WEITZEL, 0. D. BEHOAW, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. U. UABI'ER, Gen. Supt. GEO. nku, ai