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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892061801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Volume XV. ? Framfoet Boundabout A "WEEKLY PAPER GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advanoo. FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE J 8, 1890. Number 41 ' W .41 & The United States Off icial Investigation of Baking Powders, - Ua F. BROWER & CO., S, E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Made under authority of Congress by the Chemical Division of the Dep't of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, and recently completed, f S.V' X fi ' I' J ' li fc aj Shows the Royal Baking Powder to be a cream of tartar baking pow der of the highest quality, superior to all others in strength, leaven-in- g power, and general usefulness. The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world Benson Valley. We thought a few of your readers would like to hear from Benson, as she is not dead but quite booming. Base House Furnisnings. WE NOW HAVE ON EXHIBITION COMPLETE LINES OF A CARPETS, RUGS, STRAW MATTINGS, Jb'UKJNJLTUKE, WALL PAPERS, AND DRAPERIES, WHICH WE ARE OFFERING AT ' tr ' v First-clas- s The Cincinnati Southern (Queen Goods. and Cresent Route) have arranged ball every Saturday afternoon, Sundayto run a special train to leave Cin-school at 9 o'clock Sunday morncinnati at 11 o'clock on the night of ing, Ohurch at 11 o'clook, base ball July 4th, running as far as Lexington, again at three o'clock in the afterin order to enable the people living noon. Ohurch at night. Quite a lot at Lexington and intermediate towns to spend tho day in Cincinnati. The Wood Mantels, of amusement for the young folks. Folding Beds,---- B aby Carri&gBs. attractions for the 4th of July in Mr. Elliott Moore, of Louisville, Cincinnati this year are greater than was visiting relatives in Benson last ever before, and it is estimated that week. Money saved by placing your orders with us. thousands of visitors will spend the Mrs. Lula Taylor and Miss Mary day in that city. There will be threo Jeffrey Allison, IMiles, of LaGrange, are visiting their games of base Secretary. championship and Cincinnati, ball parents on Benson. between Boston one Zilpah, Shelby county, Ky. game in the morning and two in tha Miss Ollio Suttles is teaching quite afternoon. Coney Islands will have Benson. at All the a nice are schoolpleased. its usual attractions, wheel Dr. Hale's Household Tea races, balloon ascensions andbarrow patrons well parachute drops and its attendant ride of Madam Rumor reports a number of Is the great blood purifier and twenty miles on the Ohio River. The weddings on Benson in the near nerve tonic. It acts upon all the Zoological Gardens will have coniuture. of the svstBm. ennblincr the cert afternoon and evening bya Bell- - Carpets, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. Seems as if our doctor has nnmer-ou- s liver and kidneys to perform their Btad.t' s Military Band, one of the patients in Frankfort, as he is proper iuncuons, giving tone anu finest in the seen going in that direction every strength to the nervous system, a of 60 pieces. United States, consisting At the Campus, Two Great Exhibition, "A Night Paines'," certain cure for dyspepsia. Sunday afternoon. in given in evening. Mr. Ed Gilpin and Misses Lucy and months' treatment for 50c. Get a free samplo at Carpenter's South Side There will be over COO tho people take will be Dora Oox, of Bellepoint. wore the drug store. 1 part in this exhibiton, and they will euestses of Miss Elln and Sarah Sud-dut- h burn over 2,000 worth of fire works. Inst Sunday. Reduced Rates There will be fire works at tho Zoo, Misses Mattio Moore and Mary Cannot find a word that will adequately exs and all the will have fire Oonnor, of Frankfort, viBited friends Will be made by the Queen and works exhibitions at night, surround- press yuor surprise at the low price and on Benson last Friday. Cresent Route for the fallowing oc-- , ing tne city with a blaze oi glory. good quality of Tickets will be sold at reduced Mr. Earnie Vaugn, of Lexington, casions: At Lexington, Kentucky Chautau- rates, good on any train. Also good colled on Miss Ella Sudduth last Sunqua will open June 28 and continue returning up to and including July day atternoon. until July 8. Tickets at reduced 7th. Stoners, Ice Cream Freezers, Lookout, boys; some girls are quite rates will by sold by agents of the There will also be great attractions fond of railroaders. Queen and Cresent and Louisville at Lexington and at High Bridge. Mowers, Grass Hooks Trowels. Mrs. Clara Allen, of Frankfort, is Southern Railroads. visiting her cousin, Miss Lillie At Cincinnati, Ohio, National ProA National Event. this week. hibition Tickets on sale June 26th m-.- 3EJT MM. mm. H & Quite a lot of tobacco will be raised to 28th, good for return July 7th. 9 The holding of tho World's Fair in TlnK Qu.ls1i.4-ljmi Panann For 4th of July, tickets will be sold irani 3 4, between all points on i city scarcoly fifty years old will be and Stoddard Moore being some of July 2, and TO BE FOUND AT romarkable event, but whother it tne many who aro raising It. Bo Q. & . O. Route and L. S. R. R good will really benefit this nation as ready, girls; when they ship they for return until July 7th. At Cincinnati, Ohio, National Fur- much astho discovery of the Remay propose going to Jeff. Nervino by and niture Men's Franklin If we are on Benson next Saturday tion, July 6th Convention 6th. Exposi- storativedoubtful. This Dr. iuBt what .tiles is to August is will hear from us again. jou tho American people neea to oure The Daises. al At Saratoga Springs, N. Y.. Nation- their excessive nervousness, Educational Association, July 12th -- principles are right that I will defend them at any place and upon any occasion. While this is a broad I have always been taught that truth will establish itself, and with this in view I have nothing to fear. Therpfore, I challenge to de bate any man on the principles of the Alliance. Any person desiring to debate should write to me so that wo can select time and place. Those who are always opposing the Alliance will either accept this, shut up or put up. Let every Union meet at the courthouse the 4th Saturday in June. Fourth of July at Cinciu- nati. New and Attractive Styles. SPECIAL LOW PRICES. Strictly SPECIALTIES. C. F. B ROWE R Furniture, & CO, Pe-kin- THE BROWNIE hill-top- Cherry Lawn -- and Con-"wa- y, i 1 o e ML P, GRAY, Ben. D. Bell, Druggist, of Lexington, Ky., says that Dr. Hale's Household remedies (consisting of Dr. Hale's Household Cough OurQ, Dr. Hale's Household Ointment and Dr. Hale's Household Tea) are the best sellers he has ever Tiad in his store. This is owing to tho great merit of theso popular xemedies. They invariably give croat satisfaction, save many doctors' bills and work wonderful cures. Everybody should uso them. 25 and wards, Cincinnati, O. 50c. sizes at Carpenter's South Side 1 drug store. Why Don't You to 15th. American Pharmaceutical Association Convention will be held at Pro file House, N. H., July 13 to 19. Tickets will be sold to Boston, Mass. At Xenia, Ohio, Educators of Colored Youths' Summer School O)., July 13 to August 19. At Detroit, Michigan, Baptist Young Peoples' Union of America, July 14 to 17. For further information call on ticket agents or address D. Q. Ed' (Wil-berforc- o. dyspepsia, headache, dizziness, neuralgia, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of mind, etc. It acts like a charm. Trial bottles and flno book on "Nervous and Heart Disensos," with unequaled testimonials, free at J. W. Gayle's. It is warranted to contain no opium, morphine or dangerous drugs. 1 Bleep-essneas, Hardware Merchant. JACOB S WIGERT & CCX, Have Removed From the Batzell Building Embroidered Muslins With colored flowers 37$ cents, duced from 45 and 50 cents. Sam. D. re- - Stop Johnson & Co. 40-2- t. Attention, Alliance. met in regular session, at Frankfort, the 4th Saturday in May ana transacted business of importance to tho Order. The Franklin county F. & L. U. I waB requested by the President to jbave the following Bent to the Roundabout for publication. "Whereas, It is of great importance . m bo represented at tho next mooting on tho 4th Saturday in June, as offTo Slielbyvllle. icers aro to bo elected and other business transacted in which every Union will bo interested, also the dues of Effective June 20th, the K. M. R. It., 25 cents upon each male member in eonneotion with tho Louisville must be paid to tho County Secretary Southern, will sell tickets to Shelby-vill- e by July 1st. from Frankfort and intermedlato I will ask what has beoorao of stations, that heretofore havo taken Peak's Mill Union, with all of her higher rate, at $1.75. .splendor, and Leestown, with all of This will be a great convenience to her talent. Now let us moot together passengers who use this routo. C. D. BERCA.W, 4is brothers, and wo neod not foar the G. F. & P. A. result; for all reasonable and sensible i people will aokuowlodgo that wo aro mon-partisa- that every sub-unio- n in the county Coughing before tho entire mu cous membrane lining tho air pas- sago leading to the lungs bocomes inilamod, as it surely will bo from a cough neglected. There is but one remedy that gives instant relief and cures quickly. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Ouro oures every kind of cough from a simple cold to incipient consumption. 25 and 60c bottles at Carpenter's South Sido drug store. t oust is&xixr sizEZEre?., -1- 101 AND 102 KM STREETS of tho Capital HniiL- CThey will fill this space with an entirely short .time. new adveztia c to wal fa '"' L H. G, MATTEHU, -- to3:ej- j M. BEATTY, Attorney at Law & Heal Estate Agt.t Edtlll, r. TU3T NOW THERE'S A GOOD DEAL Or TALK artout tne lamous gum cure, mm must puujuo have somewhat queer notions upon the subject. ..a tti.riiuA. nntartnln nnv VIKFI1A tr.. notions about the style or quality of gold Jewelry IUUI 13 UU31 UUlkOU tu JUU, 1U 1 iiitituiu uou.- -. Nothing will cultlvuto taste well as ornamental. qultker than u glance over ray stock. o .., PlltUH iltr 334 MAIN STREET, counties Sept. BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. IN LEE, DREATHITT, WOLFE, Jackson, Powell, Cluy and other 5 W. J. CHINN, JR, .. ATTOiunrr aw, KY. Jan.30-lr- W. L. COPPERSMITH, I am so convinoed that the Allianoo Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Tub Jkwblvu, 284 Ot. Clair St. FRANKFORT, Will practice in all State Courts. Of flee second floor, Custom House. . law. J.li!.- 'klt.jiU.-.h.':i7.i- . xiAJJi&!j. ISLIT&ULT'JOL "YTSTagroiSLjs- - Iron ILoofi3a.gr, Mm SELLING OUT AT COST. JfaTnELi JKiJLi c-eix 3P r . We will begin selling1 at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Fanning Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All oods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Oor. Main and Lewis Streets, Q Ex-Stat- e , COLLISS & BRO., A Wide-Mouthe- Opposite the Farmers Bank. ;" 2 tr i dence on Campbell street, at present occupied by Hon. Jas. Andrew Scott, hundred dollars cash. Mies Mary Hill, of Lexington, is for twenty-fcw- o a with the Misses Morris. AudiHon. W. V. Lucas, visit- tor, Miss Lowry, of Covington, is of Iowa, says: "I have used ing Miss Flossie French. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my Miss Laura French returned Mon- familyisand have no hesitation in saying it an excellent'remedy. I believe day from a visit to Georgetown. all that is claimed for it. Persons Miss Adelaide Schroder, of Louis- afflicted by a cough or cold will find ville, is visiting friends in this city. it a friend." There is no danger from whooping cough Mr. Woodson Woods, of St. Louis, edy iB freely given. when this rem25 and his mother, on High street. bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, 50 cent is visiting DrugMiss Clara Buckley arrived Thurs- gist. day evening from school at Nazareth. No Primary. Mrs. Chas. F. Exum and children visiting relatives in Clark countare yAs Mr. B. B. Jeffers was the only Miss Edith Locke, of Knoxville, candidate forthe Democratic nominaTenn., is the guest of Miss Nellie tion for City Marshall, the DemoOrbison. cratic City Committee met yesterHalloran left Wednesday day and declared him to be the Miss Kate morning for a short visit to Nazareth nominee of the party for the posiAcademy. tion, and consequently there will be Miss Rebecca Johnson returned no primary election held home Tuesday from a visit to friends Lexington. Married in Shelby ville. Misses Mabel Walker and Mattie Mr. Fred H. Stockdell, of Atlanta, Wilhoit, and Mrs. Thornton, oi Wood-forguests of Mrs. Ga., but formerly of Lexington, was county, are the John E. Miles. united in marriage to Miss Katie Chapman has re- Ford Leonard, at the home of her Mrs. Wickliffo turned from a short visit to friends foster parents, on East Third street, in Bowling Green. Lexington, Wednesday afternoon at 5 Misses Ella Thompson and Lucy o'clock. The bride is a errand daugh Sair, of Georgetown, attended the ter of Mrs. Jane Reddish, of this city. hop Tuesday evening. Good Looks. Miss Mary Hill, of Lexington, is visiting Misses Sue and Mary Good looks are more than skin Morris at Spring Hill. deep, depending upon a healthy conof all the vital organs. If the Miss Bullock, who has been visit- dition be inactive, you have a Bilious Liver in this city, has returned Look, if your stomach be disordered ing friends to her homo in Covington. vnn hnvB n. Dvsnentia Look and It Miss Lizzie Downey has returned your kidneys be afflicted you have a from Buena Vista, where she has been i'lncnea JjOOK. obuuio yuuu iieuibii and you will have good looks. Elecvisiting for the past two weeks. tric Bitters is the great alterative and Mrs. John T. Buckley and Miss Tonic, acts directly on these vital orcomJennie McDonald attended the gans. Cures Pinples, Blotches, Boils mencement at Nazareth Thursday. Sold nd gives a good complexion. Mrs. Logan McKee, of Cincinnati, at Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. 4 m is visiting her parents, Mr. William wife, on Conway street. Stables Burned. French and Mrs. Johnson Barrett, accompanied Tuesday afternoon a fire broke out by Miss Mary Todd, will leave Monto visit Capt. John in the cow shed of Mr. W. S. day for Cincinnati Barrett on the Highlands. Dehoney, in the alley running beW. Lindsey, jr., and Ma- tween the Capital Hotel and Church Messrs. D. son Barrett returned Tuesday even- Bros.' stable, consuming the shed ing from Princeton, New Jersey, where they have been attending col- and burning off the second story of the stable and hearse house lege the past ten months. R. Riley, wife and daugh- of Messrs. Dehoney & Graham Mr. Chas. ter, Miss Elizabeth, of Lebanon, Ind., adjoining, destroying a lot of provrnfnrnofl linrno Mondav mornincr af ender Btowed in the latter. One of ter a visit of several days to Miss the hearse horses was in the stable at Lucy Parks, at Parks' Hotel. the time the fire broke out and had Miss Nannie Watkins, of Smith-flel- his back badly blistered by the fire, and Miss Hattie Morris, of New but was cut loose and gotten out by Castle, who have been visiting Mrs. Henry Russell, one of the employes L. 0. Wallace, on the South Side, at Church Bros.' stable. In the home Saturday afternoon. the horse kicked him on painful Rev. II. G. Henderson attended the the shoulder, inflicting aalso gotKentucky wound. The hearses were Theological Institute of being Conference at Lexington several days ten out with out 150, with damaged. no insurDr. Boiling, of Covington, The loss is about this week. Hen- ance. was elected President, and Mr. derson Secretary of the Institute for The Garfield Club. the coming year. There will be a special meeting of the Garfield Club" this evening at Dudley Institute. eight o'clock, at which business of win ne The session of the above school importance come and wansacteu.partAiec in a every one summer the meeting, as it willtake of interest closed on Wednesday for the be vacation, after a very successful year, to all. and Thursday evening Prof. Turner W. H. 0. A. Nelson, President. VanWinkle, Secretary. and wife gave the soholars and their friends a very pleasant party at their Notice. Personals. d Galoot. During the entertainment at the City School building on Wednesday evening, when the chapel was crowded to suffocation with the school children and their parents, some mischievous boys got hold of the bell cord and began to ring the boll on the building, when a leather-lunge- d individual in the vicinity yelled "fire!" Fortunately there was such a buz of conversation going on in the chapel at the time that no one in the room heard him or there might have been a panic and several persons killed in their frantic endeavors to get out of the house. Should such an accident have occurred the party who gave the alarm would havo been indirectly guilty of the murder of those killed, and it would have gone very hard with him had he been caught. As . it was, quite a number of gentlemen who had children in the building heard the alarm and rushed down there, and when they found there was no fire they were ready and anxious to take the party who raised the cry to the river and throw him in. Fortunately for him ho was not to bo found. GOOD THINGS ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, 39-l- THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE IN OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. to-da- y. at d OUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM hundreds take from it, yet it never diminishes. This, of course, is because there is a never-dyin- g spring of supply that feeds the stream. Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd, of Gorton, S. D., we quote: 'Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four doctors gave mo up, Baying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Saviour, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's Now Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took, in all, eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store, regular sizes and $1.00. SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE stocks They become decayed. They are not fit for commercial use any more than decayed meat. Finally, they are known as "dead." So do sluggish CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER IN THE BEST CONDITION and a constant flow of trade keeps a stock in We have no dead stock, because our stock never stands still. It is always flowing out and flowing in. best-conditio- 50c. City Assessor's Boole. The city assessor's book for the year 1892 gives the following figures. The assessed value of property iB as follows: In the first ward In the second ward In the third ward 1,030,008. 448,005 1,144,808 $2,628,821 j 4 DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVANTAGE of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading with. VI d, R. K. McOLURE, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &e. morning at 10 o'clock from Major Bradley's residence and tho remains were interred in tho cemetery in this city. d Upon which the total tax is $44,433.-2city is as follows: First ward white 2. The number of legal voters in the colored . Second ward white ' " colorod Third ward white " " colored (i . ....'. 412 . .137 354 162 318 230 Tlie Old Original Remedy Leads. "germs," "baccilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original tested medicine. "Itadam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It ia now, and for years has been, making more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be doceived. Sick people should not bo deceived by pretenders who talk about "Mi-crob- i," residence. Real Estate Sales. On Monday Mr. T. L. Edelen pur- chased from Misses Mary and Maggie Pago their residence on Ewing street, for five thousand dollars cash, possession to bo gjven July 1st. Miss Sallio Jackson has purchased from Mrs. Shefler Richardson, of Nashville, Tennessee, the frame resi- - June &' There will bo a meeting of the Stockholders of the People's Home stead and Savings Association at the Secretary's otuce at 7:30 p. m., on July 4, 1892 for the election of Directors for the ensuing year. Notice is also given that at the same time and place subscriptions will be received series on the regular opened by this association, and also for a special series of stock, in which payments will bo 10 cents per week. semi-annual L. B. Marshall, 18-t- President. 1,013 Total number of voters as hot Just as There iB a falling off in the number there willsuremore or weather comes be less bowel com of voters, as compared with last year, plaint in this vicinity. Evory person, of about one hundred. and especially families ought to have some reliablo medicine at hand for Man's greatest enemy is the wine- instant use in caso it is needed. A 25 or 50 cent bottle of Ohamberlian's glass: women's, the looking-glasBut the greatest friend of both is that Colio, Oholera and Diarrhoea Remedy d philanthropist, Dr. is iust what vou oucht to have ana all that you would need, oven for the Bull's Cough Syrup. most severe and dangorouB cases. It j is the best, tho most reliable and Death of Mrs. Hoffmann. successful treatment known and is to take. For sale by J. W. Mrs. Oarolino V. Hoffmann died at ayle, Druggist. the residence of her brother, Major William E. Bradley, on Tuesday afProcess For Sale A ternoon, after an illness of many line stove, which Now boon used gasohas but weeks' duration. She loaves two little and nearly as good as new, is offered for salo at a bargain, Apply young sons to mourn her loss. Tho funeral took place yesterday at this office. s. world-renowne39-l41-tf. .... DANCING CLASS. STRAUSS' CLASS MISS KATIE nt Capital Hotel. open 10 o'clock. Monday, wednesduy and Friday mornings Junl8-t- r Wanted-Sulary IN DANCINfr Days or Tuition at Eocheater, N, Y. OAT ESMAN L) li rullll. TlIIIIWH , Itwrw In and expensea Nnraonnmn .ft. ' ,. , . .' l i.',..'A,i,Vfl,.J.-,M4ij"Ti.a . ;l. ' i ragwHwu " SPRING HATS! SPRING NECKWEAR! g5"03TJ.IQ.S "Woolens 3Dom.estIc Goods Would be pleased 3 Imported fcv u J itf M a-n- d. ? Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. t have you look at them. K Ml 7: ft. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! BOOKS CLOSED. jNo More Study Until Sep- tember. Buggy and Harness Works PILE 'JUMIMJ flflL, JAPANESE f. ' The publio Schools of the city are closed and a throng of happy hearted children are at liberty to enjoy themselves as they, or the.ir parents for thorn, may see fit for the next two months. The closing exercises began .at the Public School building with a literary entortainment in the chapel Wednesday evening and closed with the commencement at the Opera Both House Thursday evening. were largely attended, notwithstanding the weather was excessively warm, and were greatly enjoyed. The young people who participated in the literary entertainment showed careful training and acquitted themselves in a very creditable manner. The following was the programme: Issay "Ambition" instrumental Solo .Anthem QHBdKJBKj COKE A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itchl 'g, Chro ilc. Recent or eredltary. This Remedy has positively nov. r been known to fall. 11.00 a box, G boxes, for $5.00; sent by in nil prepaid on receipt ot price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to return tne 5 00 pa'd Ir not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. GAYLE. andLECOMPTEA GAYLE CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. 16-l- Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy BUGGIES, HAEHESS -- AND FAEM IMPLEMENTS first-clas- s A.11 WKOIjESj.LE PRICES. INVOC VTION. MUSIC. You can pet 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. We're Floating Down the Stream . . . . C. S. M. Mary B. Taylor. What's In a Nume MUSIC. SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Salesroom, opposite 3I-"VJE Instrumental Lltetature MUSIC. Vo nl Solo Beulah B. Mnte. Amanda Mosbj, Mary Berry. Luella Mosby. court-house. Factory, South warehouse. -- liecltitlon-"Jepth, Desdomonla Wlngate. Quartette. . ( ecllo llcfcwan. Tableau The Death Of Virginia" . . . Misses Music Walcuit, Morris, bpuuldln;, Dohoney, May, Brady. May, and Messrs. Graham and Lee. Ai.nle Mills Coleman. Instrumental Itecltatlon a's "Great la tho Lord." .... Perseverance MUSIC. . Lettte Told, Eflle tewart. Allen Warren, Ruschal Mordecal. Katie Smith MUSIC. . . . STOTTZEB ZB"CTGr3-"3- r ilP-uIIfcTTIEJID. March 26-t-f Watson Brown. Choros "Music In tho Air." Essay "To his bow he whispered, 'Fall Not ;' To his arrow, whlsptred, 'Swerve Not.' " Luclnda Theobald. Tableau "The News ot the Gathering" . . . AUsres Bohannun, Cr. teller, Morris Meagher, Blackley, and Messrs. Swango, Uockensmlth and Rodman. Itecltatlon Edna Earl llaydon. itecltatlon "Tho Legend ot Bregentz" . . Julia B uck McClure. "Vocal Solo "One Day" Mary Waggener Crutcher Issay "I here's a Divinity That Shapes Our Margaret J, Daniel Ends" Instrumental Music U.nM. Keenon Table iu ' The Prayer of 1.1111s" Misses Theobald and Wlard, and Mastr Lamptou llemnon. "Recitation Margaret J. Culter. CIos.i g bong "Gathering Home." Daughter" ... Paulino "The Silent Parting" The Storm King "What Is Noble?" Mary S. Warren. Beulah Benton MInter. MUSIC. King's Royal Geruieteur. the medicine of the century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with tho people is the acknowledged wonder of tho medicine world. Based upon the Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a xierve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt tho most reliable germ destroyer in and to the extent that the germ theory is correct, King's Royal Germetour is the remedy. It is no accident but is tho result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For Bale by Chapman & Williams. 19 y ox-istan- Edmonla Taylor, C. S. M. MUSIC. Vocal Solo Saw J. Walter. Our Ladder of Progress, with Valedictory . Wood; son Puyno Welch. MUSIC. Vocal Duet . . Sophie L. Rlckman nud Sara J. Walker. Conferring Diplomas Board of Trustees. Class Song Class "92." MUSIC. Village Band C. S. M. PUBLIC SALE - .... BENEDICHON. To our Subscribers. The SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT which appeared in our columns some time since, announcing a special arrangement with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., of Enosburgh Palls, Vt., "publishers of "A Treatise on tho Horse and his Diseases," whereby our subscribers wero enabled to obtain a copy of that valuable work free by sending their address to B. J. Kendall Co. (and enclosing a two-cestamp for mailing same) is renewed for a limited period. Wo trust'all will avail themselves of tho opportunity of obtaining this valuable work. To every lover of tho Horso it is indispensable, as it treats in a simple manner all the diseases which afflict this noble animal. Its phenomenal sale throughout tho United States and Canada mako it standard authority. Mention this paper when sending for" Treatise." nt M- Vlrglo RobIiih Wednesday evening and all day Thursday samples of the work of tho children in each class, such as map drawing, diagrams, companions, problems in Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry, samples of penmanship .and the work of the little ones in the Kindergarten, were displayed in one of the lower rooms of the school building and attracted a great deal of attention, as they were quite interest ing showing the wonderful progress of the pupils during the past year under an able corps of teachers. At the commencement Thursday evening tho eBsays of tho young lady graduates wore exceptionally well prepared and finely delivered. Tho Asphyxiated. music was and the broom drill executed by sixteen young ladies Mr. John Grant, an employe of tho in uniform was tho hit of tho eve- Capital Gas & Electric Light Comning. pany, was asphyxiatod with gas .Following was tho programrao: while engaged in connecting a serRev. Geo. Snrsle vice pipe for Mr. P. M. Scofleld's invocation Sarah Walcutt Grant Myth. new houso on Campbell street with MUSIC. tho street main Tuesday .afternoon. Ada Belle Itupe Silent Influences. E.orence Helen French . . . Realism In Novels. He sufferod intensely for a time and MUSIC. was hard work to revive him, but GeorgloPtyne Tho American Girl. it Annie Belle MtiuM . Lessons from tho Pyramids. was finally relieved and was at work MUSIC. again on Wednesday. 37-t- f. first-class Circuit Court. The Franklin OircuitCourtmoets on Monday in regular June term. The Commonwealth docket is unusually full and in addition tho Attorney General has brought thirty-tw- o suits against railroads for Stato taxes unpaid. These, together with quito a number of civil suits, will make this a busy term. the premises, I will offer for sale my Thorn Hill residence, with 60 acres of land. It will be offered first in six tracts, separately, and then as a whole. This property is well improved, having a good Brick residence of 8 rooms, servants house, ice house, poultry house of 8 rooms, dairy, corn crib and barn. It has a young orchard of different kinds of fruit, and several acres of berries. -- On Tuesday, June 21st, 1892, on i.j t M AwT1 tzesiej s.a.:m::e: Buckleu's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world fox Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, P. H. Carpenter. 5-- iy I will offer for Sale, a number of choice building lots. This property, on account of its location is very desirable. Terms of sale one-fift- h cash and tho balance in 4 equal payments of 6, 12, IS and months, with 6 per cent interest, from date of sale. Persons desiring to see the property will be taken 2-- 1 tumie out upon application. ss.it L. B. MARSHALL. Sale a,t 10:30 a. aao.. Overcome Witlt Heat. FinTlLEUIY FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Bounlo Lucket llockonsinlth MUSIC. Nlson of .... Triumphs ot Thought. Toots America. Rev. W. 0. Taylor. MUSIC. Conferring of Diplomas . Gov. John Young Brown. MUSIC. Benedictory Prayer Rev. II. G, Henderson- - Address .... 8 COLORED SCHOOL. Last night at o'clook tho commencement exorcises of the Colored Public Sohool took placo at the Opera House before a largo audience, seven of the pupils graduating. Tho following programme was carried out: MUSIC. As down the Sunless Retreats .... CItr School Muslcale. Express office or H. R. Williams' grocery. If you havo a buggy, oarriage or sot of harness which needs repairing Glad Tidings. tako it to tho Kentucky Buggy and Harness Company on east Broadway. Tho grand specific for tho preAll work promptly exoouted. vailing malady of tho ago, dyspepsia, liver complaint, rheumatism, costlve-nesLost. general debility, etc, is Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This'great A gray leather, silver mounted herbal tonic stimulates the digestive pockot book marked N. S., and organs, rogulatoB the livor and retho systom to vigorous health containing a small sum of money. storesenergy. Sample free. and Largo Return to Dr. Sawyier and re- naokacres 50c. Sold bv Ohanmnn & ceive a reward. 29 Williams. tho U. S. 23-t- f. 15-t- f. s, 1 If you want sulphur water, fresh from tho Murray well, loft at your residence every morning, leave orders at W. II. Avorill's drug store, Mr. W. L. Tanner, while at work SCHOOL FURNISHES THE ELEMENTS OF AN upon a now boilor whioh is boing put education for boys and young meu who desire to onter in at tho pumping station of tho X Water Company, was overcome with heat Thursday morning. Ho was quito ill for a while, but was finally The Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBER, the 15th brought around and is all right again. 1892. For Catalogues, address spills Colleges and "Universities. Andrew Fuller Case. Gorapauy. Frankfort, Ivontuqky. Stray Cow The person who lost a dry Aldorny cow, with ono horn shorter than tho other and ring and holo in tho right ear, can hear of her whereabouts by calling and paying for this notice Tho party has had hor for two weeks and wants tho ownor to oorao and tako her away. Buggies, carriages and harness repaired by tho Kentucky and Harness 15-t- f. t We havo somo class second hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Call and seo thom if you want a bargain. Mabtin Bitos. fli-s- 30-t- f. k . MAiNKFOKT ROUNDABOUT, '.'Urtd at the s seoond-clupost-offic- mother in this city eighteen months ago, and was given the full name of his uncle Olarenco Kendall Green. HIT BETWEEN EYES. THE e aa at Frankfort, Xsatuoky. mailable nutter. Mr. W. T. Sacra had one of his horses kicked by another horse in FRANKFORT, JUKE 18, 1892. his stable and so badly injured that he sent it up to Rov. T. N. Arnold's to pasture. On Tuesday, while Faltltful Arc tlic Wounds ning in pasture, the animal runbethe A Friend. of came entangled in a wire fence and We publish in another column an had gashes a foot long cut all over its extract from the letter of the Prank-for- t body, ono nearly severing its wind correspondent of the Louisville pipe. Times, in which he scores the people Change of Time. of this city severely, yet every citizen of Frankfort is bound to admit that every word ho has said is Gospel On Monday a new time card on the truth, and it is to bo hoped that this Midland goes into effect. Under the lecture, coming from one who has new arrangement passenger train No. always been a friend of the valley 3 leaves hero at 3:30 p. m. instead of city, will set our people to thinking 3:40 as heretofore, and passenger and in the end cause them to wake train No. 4 ariives at 7:30 p. m. inup and endeavor to do something stead of 7:33 as heretofore. Both the to prove to the outside world that we the 9:33 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. incoming are indeed a city and not a mere trains now connect with the west bound L. & N. trains in this city. country town. 8B0. A. LEWIS.. Editor art Horribly Gaeltcd. Publisher. Tlie Bald Eagle of Bull Skin Swoops Down on Vs. Col. Geo. L. Willis, correspondent of tho Louisville Times, tells the people of this city tho following homely truths in a letter published in his paper Tuesday afternoon: editor, whoso office A isn't a thousand miles from The Times editorial floor, recently told Gov. Brown, in explanation of Borne pretty severe criticisms of tho Executive, that ho chastened those ho loved. "That's a very good rule for God Almighty, but I don't like it in an editor," was the Governor's pointed but good humored rejoinder. There are some little details, however, after which oven Providence can not be expected to look, and to which otherwise good people neglect to attend themselves. All this is a preface to some needed and deserved criticism of the people of Frankfort The writer has been on Frankfort's side in everything she has undertaken, and in every case she has been attacked since his temporary home has been here; but I am not blind to growing faults, shameful indolence, lack of enterprise, lazy neglect and a dozen other things about which her people should bo plainly told and Boundly lectured. Frankfort hasn't even yet awakened to tho fact that the town has been selected above all others as the permawell-known I Vt . aM 1 H 1 H V aH for known to me." Infants M. D., and Children. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, girts sleep, and promotes di "Catstoriaisso well Adapted to children th I recommend Itu superior to njr prescription H. A. Aachxx, Otutori cots Colic, OemntrpaUon, Ill So. Oxford EC, Brooklyn, N. T. wi thoutlnj iurious medJcatioc For several years I hare recommended' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to 5 our as it has inrariably produced beneficial o so results." Edwik F. PAnDXX. H. D., "Tbo Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Are., New York City. Compahy, 77 Mubhat i "The um ot 'Castor!' is so universal and Its merit bo well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorse It Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carlos Mabttw, D.D., New York City. Late Pastor Bloomincdalo Deformed Church. Tire Cshtau Stbkt, Nkw Yonr. si That our streets are dirty and unrepaired no one can deny, and that our sidewalks are in a wretched condition is also true, and this because our City Councils have for years been in the habit of issuing orders for repairs to be made, and then never lifting a finger to see that their orders wore obeyed lacking the backbone to go ahead, as theydoin other cities, make the repairs where the property holders fail to do so, then force the owners of the abutting property to pay for same by law. It is a notorious fact that upon the south side of one of the principal residence streets in the city, with the exception of little patches here and there of less than one hundred feet all together, there is not a sign of a sidewalk for nearly half a mile, and yet the property holders along the entire distance are well able to put down the same. The work has been ordered by the Council, time and again, but the orders fell upon deaf ears, and the residents of the north side of this street have gone right along keeping up pavements for the fellows who will not pave the front of their own property to walk on. One of the worst sidewalks in the city is at the intersection of two of our principal business streets, and the wonder is that some one has not been crippled in passing over it in bad weather. Our city dads have fired the usual order at the owner of Feb. 13-l- y. Across tlie Deep, to tlie Far West, On steamboats, stage-coache- s, Hos-tetter- M 's cars and Stomach Bitters Is carried as the most Important Item In the materia mcdlca of the traveling public. It deprives vitiated, brackish water of Its hurttul properties and ezecrabl6 flavor, counteracts the pernicious effects upon the stomach ot bad or Indigestible food, remedies cramps, heartburn and wind upon the stomach. nent seat of government of a great It Is a line defense against malarial disorders, and growing State. The people do nullifies the effects ot excessive heat, cold and not realize that eer selection as such and Is an Incom- is a great honor, and fail to appredamp, relieves parable cure for costlveness and biliousness. ciate their own opportunities and sleepy The fatigue of travel often tells most dlsostious-l- y duties. The town is the same occasionally village it was when Boone's monuupon Invalids and convalescents, It Persons ment was of bright new marble. to such an extent as to Jeopardize life. In feeble health, apprehensive of bad effects is worse off than it was then. Dirty, from travel, will, If provided with the Bitters, be unrepaired streets thread the half on far less likely to have their fears realized. sido-walk- s Fiapri Furniture loufaciurii on xf Have opened Sale Kooms on t Ann Street, GET m M near Christian Church. Too Much Boozeriua. Ollio Patterson, colored, filled up on red liquor on Sunday and started up the L. & N. railroad track. Just beyond the tunnel he became weary, laid down on the track and went to sleep. Mr. Alex. Innes passed along and seeing him lying there pulled him out of the way of passing trains, but after Mr. Innes left the negro went back to his old position and was lying there when the 4 o'clock freight train came down. The pilot struck him on the head and breast and he was thrown to one side of the tract, but escaped fatal injury. Dr. E. E. Hume, surgeon of the road at this point, attended to his injuries and he was removed to his home, where he is slow- either side of the river. The of the prinoipal streets are made of wornout and misplaced brick that have held che weight of statesmen dead half a century. A dirty, stuffy, miserable old pile, filled with negroes and vermin, iB her only excuse for a railroad depot. She has claimed a population of 10,000 people years, and for tho last twenty-fiv- e track there 1b not a foot of street-ca- r within her borders. The town still uses ''sun time." while ninety-nin- e of the balance of the world has a uniform timo system hs L ND m CURES ALL orris quAitrrr. PRICES. WtVtWXJXIT ,9 ij WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM me yet? If 700 the property adjucent, but it has Several Diseases Cured. haren'r, wisdom -tnnd Intslllfsnl glanced off like a rifle bullet from an "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of ambition rjffftit your medicine. Having been n sufferer from iron-cla- d writ I gunboat, without making weak lungs, bronchial affection and indigestion, promise you mr after taking Microbe Killer all of the above peclal, persona! oven the shadow of an impression. an- symtoms have entirely disappeared. attention. I Jsrtake to brlaUr " ours, etc., It is just where nearly every stranger tcatn any rain THOS. L. DAVIS, fntIHcnt prtoa to the city must pass who comes of allhartax, who "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, can road ana "New Orleans, La." over it, and of course they receive write, and who, .fur loilructloc, Asthma and Catarrh Cured. e their impressions of our being a vrlll work "I have been a sufferer from asthma and ,'viip umThi,,bow a toAd town from it and others like it. catarrh, for more than two years past, getting El Holla. most of my sleep sitting uu In bed or reclining In Then there is the L. & N. station, a rear In thtlr owa a chair. I lime used one Jug of Ridam's Microbe iocalltlii, wh.ro- miserable old barn, for which the city Ttr mar uvo. a Killer, and f it the lust three weeks have been will alao furnla sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a tho ottuatiott is not responsible, but she should be I attribute my relief to the remedy, and child. eatplojmont, responsible for the crowd of dirty heartily recommend It to any one suffering from whlaa roa oan. oara that an m. asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. I chararo tiowUr loafers who are allowed to congre"Respectfully, and recslTO Bot'EDWIN R. MOORE, Inf unloia gate there and in the vicinity, and a aboro. "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvllle. Ga." Hothlnf difficult VrsTT see that they are made to move on. flflflflsH'' Idl TsSllMl to ltara, or that Fever and Flux Cured. raquiraa tnucn This is acknowledged to be the best tlmo. Id.ilr.baV ono parion from "I cheerfully testify that after taking Microbe shipping point on this division of the aoh dlitrUt or Killer for II I teen days I am entirely cured, after eoontr. IharoaU being nick two years with malarial fever, and . La L. & N. system, and yet there is hardmar i ufm .uu during which time I contracted other diseases, proTMtd with ly a way station on the line which tlux, etc. I was atended during this time by three a larf nuinbtr who aro of the best doctors ot the city without being has not better accommodations for maaina; orcr Thrto Ttiouiand Dollars a Year, tath. All Is saw, "WM. DOHERTY. eolld.sure. Full particulars rYee. After you know all, If ran "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." ncluda to f o no furthrr, whr, no harm Is dona. Address, the patrons of the road than the V. ALLGX, Dux 4UO, AusuaCa, Maine. Mr. Madam's Microbe Killer Cures all depot in this city. The management Dec.6-ly- . Diseases by Removing the Cause. of the road certainly ought to give us circular and the Send 2 cents stamp for a better station,and doubtless would if Tlie True Laxative meet and proper that the Frankfort Microbe War, shows what illseit.se Is and. what the ple do, to cure It. Read It, remedy the proper effort was made to secure people first get a move on themselves circulatemust be, and the discoverer for saving and you and show that they appreciate and your life. It Address will s. it. It is a disgrace not only to the wa-52Of the plants used in manufactur- believe in the motto that God and MADAM'S MICUOUE KILLSR, Nashville. Tenn. city, but to the great corporation to ing che pleasant remedy, Syrup of tho people help those who help J. W. GAYLK or LKCOMPTE & GAYLE CO. agents which it belongs. I repeat that I know sole Jun, for Fruuklln com ty. Figs, has a permanently beneficial themselves? Finally, brethren, let us one and effect on the human system, while and appreciate the people of FranknAAMmi-!mBJBAIN all wake up and go to work. Let's the cheap vegetable extracts and fort at their true worth, but insist MrWIl. that not one word of tho criticism or fAILES not be like "dum driven cattle," MILES mineral solutions, usually sold as censure set down in the foregoing is lttiaiaaafcTayTft-OawrA!!Sflf plodding along at the same slow gait medicines, are permanently injurious. undeserved or unjustified by the ITamT JTTrToiTlKlBW YramlrfWZYyi iXJs .jftV VDw l?'JLaph3JC' T'W7 our fathers traveled a century ago, Being you will use the circumstances. WP. but catch the spirit of the times and true remedy only. Manufactured by .I!.',IU Buggy Smashed. push to the front or wo will be run the California Fig Syrup Co. aJaMeaaljgsftl1' af over by our more enterprising neight l I'lOltTBST AND'.QUICKEST Mr. Virgil Hewitt was out riding Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Drain Treatbors, the Capital sold to the highest Stepped Beyond His Sunday afternoon and returned about ment, Convulsions, specific Nervous Neuralgia, a guaranteed for Hysteria, DizziKits, bidder, and nothing be left us but ness, Depth. to Hew 6 o'clock. On alighting from the Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the ute .eorptovia the remembrance of what we might alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Devohiclo at his home on Wapping of resulting In Inpression, have been. Olarenco Chamberlain, a thirteon- - street tho horse took fright and ran sanity andSoftening of the Hrulndecay and death, Time, 25 HourB. leading to misery, n Age, Barreness, Loss of Power Don't stand on the street corners of Mr. O. W. Chamber- away with the empty buggy. Ho ran Premature Old SOLID VESriBULED TRAINS. sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermaand "cuss" George Willis because he lain, of tlie Frankfort Furniture Com- to Washington, thenco to Main and In either caused by of the brain, torrhoea The shortest and quickest. contains or has told you the truth, but go to pany, went bathing with some com- up Main to St. Clair, where tho buggy one month's treatment. $1.00 Kncli box six boxes a box, or work in earnest to mako Frankfort panions in Benson Saturday after collided with tho lamp post on for $5 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. what she ought to be a live, noon, and not being able to swim Holmes & H'alloran'a corner, was To cure WE case. With each order received by ns Time, 26 Hours. any manufacturing city. $5.00, we kept near the shore. But in playing smashed to pieces and the horse for six boxes, accompanied with guarantee will Solid Vestlbuled Trains. The Short line bereto purchaser our writ ten about in the water he finally stepped was thrown down by the shock and send the money If the treatment does not effect tween Cincinnati und fund the Lkxinoton, Ky.. Time, 2 Hours. n cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE LKinto a deep hole and was drowned. The caught. 12 " Knoxvillk, Tknn., " Died in Memphis, CO., und J. W. OAYLE, COMPTE &GAYLE 17 N. 0 " " AsnKViu.K, boys who wore witli him gave the Frankfort, Ky. 11 CHATTANOOOA.TKNN., "' " 15 Ga., The sad nows reached here on alarm and the body was soon recovAtlanta, For tlie Summer. DlItMINCIlUM, ALA.. " 1G " Tuesday of the death of little Ken- ered, but too late to resuscitate him. Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shrev Tho Superior Court adjourned We will pay the above reward'for any case of port for Texas, Mexico and California. Hallway dall Green, infant son of Dr. F. P. The funeral tookplaco Monday mornLeave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, InGreen and wife, which occurod at ing from the residenco of his parents Wednesday and the Court of Appeals digestion, Constipation, orcostlveness we cannot WaGeortretorVii5ii5 a.m. iiirrlveClnelnnat 110:28 a. m. Quicker tlmn any other line. when Both cure with West's Vegetuble Liver Pills, They the Atltrains arrlv at departtroni Central Union closes its January torm their home in Memphis, Tennessee, on Broadway. are ure strictly complied with. courts will assemblo again on the directions purely Vegetable, nnd never fall to give satisfac- Depot, Cincinnati. on Monday. Mrs. Green will bo reClarence was a bright, industrious For Katos..Maps, ao.. una rest tion. Sugar Coated, Large boxes, containing DO membered by our oitizens as Miss boy, and his death is a great blow to first Monday in Soptomber. E. T. CHAHLETON, Pills, 25 cents. Beware of counterfeits and ImiD. P. & T. A.,Chnttanoojpi. only by tations. The genuine manufactured Blanche Kendall, and little Kendall his parents, who have the sympathy EDWARDS. D. BV.M1LLER, THE Castoria. ILL. JOHN 0.byWEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, Children Cry for Pitcher's Tntf. Jhig. Clneiunatl, On i l. & A..T all druggist, was born during her visit to her of the entire community. Forsale one-hors- has not been within a half hour of correct standard time in the last six months. Most of the merchants and the business men are too sleepy to know whether the clock iB right or wrong, and would not know when the trains were due if they ever went away, or when the papers went to press if they ever advertised. The hotels and boarding-house- s nut on some extra touches when a ly improving. fresh bodv of legislators or delegates arrive, but before the session is half over drop back to the snail gallop of A Friendly Warning. the balance of the place, and get for little or nothing the money that Five to one on Frankfort was freely offered with no takers. Evening would buy comfort and luxuries elseJournal. and has been none, of the capital Versailles lost something like $1,000 beinir removed from Frankfort, but on the game yesterday. One young there is danger of a gentleman from this city brought hospitable and in back 175 of the $1,000, and several every way lovable people gaining a brought back $50. reputation for Blcepy stinginess simp Quite a large crowd from Shelby-vill- e ly because thev let thincs just drift came up this morning, to back and care of themselves. The last their favorites at the base ball game Legislature took out of the State this afternoon. Daily Call,. Treasury something like $100,000, and We advise our boys to quit this scattered most of it about Frankfort. The Constitutional Convention cost kind of thing if they want the re- something like $300,000, and most of spectable portion of our community it was Bpent right here in Frankfort. to be patrons of the base ball games. The present Legislature has drawn $200,000, and Frankfort The gambling feature has already close toher share of that. All of has tho gotten brought our national game into dis- State's officials and public servants repute, and it is only by carefully mako their homes and spend their ridding it of this that it may hope to Incomes in Frankfort. The whole regain and retain the popular favor. State contributes to her financial welfare. The State will likely soon Boys, in the interest of base ball in spend several million dollars here in new State buildingB, by which, also, Frankfort, stop this thing. Frankfort will benefit greatly; but Princi- as an evidence of good faith is it not well-meaning, good-tempered, It has onlv one public clock, and that DISEASES! Consumption "I believe Cured. It to be one of the best medicines sold. The physicians, two years ago. said my wife had consumption, both lungs affected. I have had to send heri-outforseveral springs to keep her nllvo. but since she has been taking Itadam's Microbe Killer she has been right at home attending to her business, and Is In better health than she has been In 20 years. "It. T. POOLE. Cedartown, Ga." VERM1EME Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FreyawSbyMCUAKPBOa.TATtOBMgP. FOR 20 YEARS SOL.D EVERYWHERE. CO,, BT.LOUia. Hare you written 0 XIIIIIII , lr, Taao-an- I 8SL& III -- h- -- i raSr m i' bene-lltte- Wm&gm .M ii i" lG-l- Qllfafiii? m C " at L iMfSP m no ; X well-informe- d, mrAmmm. I If Umi year-old-so- over-exertio- colf-abu- se go-ahea- d, iP l Iv 'a $500 Reward! I to-da- 16-l- '. Esmmm vmmzei rvw ,j A jw XT T7 .cl. ju v Jua. .ijj A nATT urv. DTTPTJG a jlu j-- u -- nvna.stm. OF . XP j.- r v- - T? aw TP "7" "IT! X v ju r aiJ dealers ZETVIEIEe" : EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR BrotHers DESCSIPTIOIsr a-- j. V j. HP a. XJ T TOT rL a. a v ik JLi w TCT -- XXT ITT VY JLJL T7t?T JEj JOj JLJ a O . xar- - Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. WE GUARANTEE Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the s?a Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Sur-rie- s and Light Carriages. a The H. H. Babcock Co., Broom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Vic- & ft. - torias, Traps and Novelties of lat- est Eastern design. TIME TABLE. is now 5:60 0:40 3:00 7:38 10:10 4:86 7.48 0:16 BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. u The following time table effect apon the L. & N. rond: TBAINB in new WEST. No.281eaveBFrnnkfort No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 lonvoB Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINB X AST. a. m p. m a. m p.m. a. m. No. 18 leavos Frankfort.... No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort No. 22 leavoB Frankfort .... Nos. 28, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrasge for Cincinnati, bo. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Bloomlleld Branch. W. W. AliEXANDEB, p. m. p. jn. p. m. Agent. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT, JUNE 18, 1892. Base Ball. In base ball mythology there is a demon called "Hard Luck." This demon and his attendant imps played an important part in preventing our base ball heroes from administering a beautiful coat of shining, glistening white wash and presenting a basket filled with nine fine, round goose eggs, to the Versailles club at Ver- Frankfort 8, Versailles 1. M sailles on Monday. Demons, you know have a habit of running athwart generouB intentions. It was in the eighth inning, after our boys had accumulated seven of the nine eggs, which they anticipated presenting to their hosts. Jeff. Brown, whose former work with the stick had given no reason to suppose that he was the agent of the demon, was at the plate. Our own Penn incautiously gave hira a nice soft ball, and there was a resounding crack. Dick was seen speeding toward deep center and Brown is at second, where Tie hesitates, fearing those wily Frank- forters have another of their surprise partios in store for him. dick is wildly threshing the grass in a mad effort to locate the ball, and Jeff, at last secures courage to run to third, where he again stops. But now nearly the whole Frankfort team is on a dead run to center field and he hesitates no longer. Gathering his speed, ho dashes for the plate, and tries by a Snlvator finish to create the impression that he has made a homo run. Vain delusion. It was of a not you, Jeff., but that hay-fielit. Without blIF.LllVVlI.LE ball ground which did Chlnn, 2b its aid you would never have reached Harrl.son, lb. . d pelled to acknowledge that their BASE HITS. rtrnxmr" Tuesdays game was the Shelby-ville- s' players didn't understand JAY-EYE-S- EE base ball like our little boys. first of the season, and they Following 1b tho score in detail: promise to improve with practice. Mr. J. L Case. (Hlckorv Grove Farm, home They have a good infield, lack team Racine, Wis., says: "After trying of AB known remedy, 1 removed n lurpo Bunch 5 FlIANKFORT. H In 811 TO X A work. Goyen at short and Harrison 1 4 Newman. Sb 2 01 txto years standing, from a 3 year old lilly, Z 0 1 4 1 4 Davis, c jj 2 wltii three applications of 0 () 3 0 0 at first are especially clever players. 1 6 Merchant, p 2 1 S G 0 0 6 2 0 2 1 0 Stnrc.ir The best point about the home Lindsey, II. lb 6 QUINN'S OINTMENT. I 0 0 0 13 0 4 2 fioln,rf. 00 club is the heady work of the players. 4 Phillips, 2b 0 2 0 3 10 It Is the best preparation I have overused or heard Z Whitesmith, s. s. . . . 3 1 1 0 0 4 0 They all know just what to do with of. I heartily recommend It to all Horsemen." 5 VanDerveer, cf 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 the ball when they get it and those K'cliave hundred 0 tuch tettimoniaU I 27 10 1 exasperating 38 1 11 Totals cases of "rattles" tfifcTffiiy. jR3 ' Prtce.Sl.53 per nor te. Ask your druggist for It. If ho H a A M WE which used to be the features of I dots not ki.'iii.M.ti iiuZ5c.stanipsorsllvcr,for trial tcx. Tl IB 811 PO A AB Versailles. IV. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. Brown, 2b 4 0 0 games at Lake Park before the pres- W:TavZ7iLT!STBAnx lane 4 0 0 Landsbers, s. 8 ent club was organized are noticeably MJfcj3Bbiiii(ttiiiiiii Elting, p 4 0 0 4 Jones, c 0 17 absent. 4 0 0 0 6 0 South, J.,lb 0 South, W.. cf 4 "Wicks" Lindsey arrived home 10 10 0 Mlnary, rf 2 1 from Princeton on Tuesday night and 1 3 0 0 0 3 Stone, 3b Allen, If 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 covered third bag for the boys in 1 31 7 Totals 027 9 5 yesterday's game. "Wicks" was disappointed at the poor showInnlllRS 12345678 - T much by the Princeton team, of DPI5-A-OTIOuX Kranklort Versailles 00000001 -l 1. ing made was a member, in the interwhich he Earned Runs Frankfort 3; Versailles Hits W. South; ftnzg. Home collegiate championship contest, and Stolen Bapes Merchant. Golns. VanDerveer, Wlntersmlth. Phillips, Mlnary. Double will endeavor to make up for it by Plays Wlntersmith. Phillips and Lindsey nlone. Base on Balls-O- ft" Merchant 2: Off Elting 3. Hit by participating in all the home boys' Pitcher By Merchant 3: By Eltlmr 3. Struck Out victories. AND DEALER IN- By Merchant 3; By Kltlni; 16. Passed vis 1; Jones 2. Time of (Jntue One hour, 40 Alex Goins is something of a hitminutes. Umpires Klchurdson and Sellers juouoie umpire system. ter. He secured two hits in four Gas times at bat from Elting, three hits PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO in four from McOrocklin. As he has JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Frankfort 12; Shelbyville 4. only played two games he tops the GUARANTEED. x On Tuesday the Shelbyville club list in batting, with a percentage of Opposite State House. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY . came up to try conclusions with tho .625. The other players rank as folhome team. One of the Shelbyville lows: Hewitt (1 game) .600, MerThorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. papers put it, they expected to "fur- chant .364, Stagg .304, VanDerveer - Catalogue free. Write to nish a little amusement for the and Hunt each .300, Davis .292, NewiBBYAHT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY, Frankfort boys." The amusement man .286, "Wintersmith .273, PhillipB was a dismal failure, however, as the .260, H. Lindsey .200, Nelson .143. game was uninteresting from start to Weisiger Lindsey says that PrincefiniBh. Notwithstanding this, there ton had a Jonah. Here's hoping that were several brilliant fielding plays, Wicks didn't bring it to Kentucky by Phillips and Merchant for the in his trunk. home club and Goyen and Hall for Some of the Versailles sports the visitors. Roxy got in his usual wished they hadn't been so cock-Bur- e long hit between right and center on about it after Monday's gamo was his first turn at the bat, which yield- over. ed him three bases, and Goins and Tho Deppens, of Louisville, and Lindsey secured three pretty hits Best Indigo Blue Calicoes 5c the home club played a game at Lake apiece. The outfielders of the homo Best Colored Calicoes 5c Park yesterday evening. It was ex'. . club did not have a single chance, pected to be the finest game on the Best Dress Ginghams 7V2C the visitors' hitting being so light. home grounds so far this season, but Best Apron Ginghams The "Zebras" secured such a lead in we go to preBs too soon to give the ' Black Cotton Stocking the first inning that they took things result. Fitzgerald, late of the LouisGood Yard Wide Bleached Cotton 5c easy and did not exert themselves ville League Club, was announced to at all. Merchant struck out eleven pitch for tho visitors. Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. men in the six innings he was in the Manager Stanton is trying to arbox, and Stagg, who finished out, Lexington struck out six. But three hits were range a game with tho for next Tuesday. The Lexing.L RODMAN SON. made off Merchant and none at all club strongest April while the locals run their tons are considered the off Stagg, outsido of the total up to twelve. Alex. Goins caught team in tho State Louisville League club, and have not Stagg in fine Btylo. been dofeatod this season. Following is tho tabulated score: Erli Joy-Eyc-8c-c) 201 ( 000 000 9o- OWARD CLAASSEN, --- 1000011068 Two-bas- e Runs-Bro- wn. Plumber, GasSteam Fitter Balls-Da- Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, m Mflfllf IfVT'nSMjft Dlllllf"llll"l"Mllllfn lUUIakiallll3!SL. J, RODMAN & SO N BIG- B JLIRGrJLIECS. 8c. J. k m. . . Mc(iauu,c the plate. 4 Hall, 3b 1 was a fine one. McCroeklln.p., rf The game in detail Goyen, ss 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 Especially noteworthy was the Frank- Murphy, cf 4 0 0 0 0 11 n Bluuuner. rf . p . . fielding. Elting struck out fort's 0 0 0 4 Selbert.lt 10 1 men, but when the Capital City 8 1 21 13 4 31 S Totals. lads did hit the ball it generally landah it In sh in) a K ed safe. In addition, Merchant's FltANKFOKT 3 2 0 0 1 0 2 Newman, 3 pitching kept the Ver- n.ivls. c rf (I I) stratogotio 1 1 12 4 2 U II 1 0 3 3 2 Merchant sailles' hits scattered, while, on the Stucu, lt..lp., It (I 1 1 4 0 U 1 a u 8 0 1 6 a got theirs in nice LliuUey.lb contrary, our boys (ioltis,rf..C 1 4 1 0 2 2 0 bunches. Tho game was as olose and I'llllllps. 2b 0 2 0 WlhtiTSIlllth, 8.8. exciting as it could well be up to tho VunUoiveur, el. .. .. .. 44 0 1 0 0 0 0 last inning when fivo hits, a base on 1 5 31 12 12 27 Totals balls, and a forco gavo five runs, threo of them earned, to tho visitors. 1 2 4 5 0 7 8 )- T InnliiKS 4 .0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 Since their visit here the Versailles Shelbyvlllo . 4 0 1 0 4 2 0 1 x 12 had a ball Fruukforts. boys realized that they hits Earned Runs Frankfort 3. club to contest with and had secured (loins, Wlntersmlth, Hall. Three-bashits doyen. Stolen Doses Newman Davis, Lindsey, tho sorvices of Elting and Jones, of 2. Merchant 4, Lindsey 1, Coins 2, Phillips 1, I'lays Harrison Danville, the prize battery oi the Double Chlnn, McCrocklln, Harrison ami Goyen und Uiseou 7 1 , All 4 3 4 it In 0 0 0 2 0 '3110441 10100 312 0 0 0 10 03 3100 10 0 811 PO A K 1 $100 Reward, 100. that sciencohasbeonabletocuroinall Tho readers of tho Roundabout will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease Plants, Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. six-too- . 41303QU 110 U I0- . ... ... - its stapes, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only positive cure now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, and giving tho pationt strength by building up the constitution and assisting naturo in Tho proprietors doing its work. have so much faith in its curative that thoy offer Ono Hundred 'ollars for any case that it fails to euro. Send for list of testimonials, p. J. OHEENEY & CO., Toledo, O. 8 8ST Sold by druggists, 75c. B, J, THOMPSON, NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050. RING 2. Rose Buds a Specialty. House and Lot For Sale. FIUMK RESIDENCE, CON-rooms, cellar und basement, on Washington street, next door to tho Episcopal parsonage. Is offered lor sale ut 11 bargain. For terms apply to Mny2J-2in- . W. ANDERSON GAINES. Floral designs. IB. Two-hise e RoVt. L Franklin Frankfort, Ky, Blue Grass League; Brown, of Lex- fffl VII ington, and rejuvenated tho team generally, thoro being but threo Versailles mon in it; but they wore com OtI McOrocklin C, oil Mummer 1; oil Merchant 2 off Stag 1. Hit by Pltcher- -Il 1: by Mo reliant 2. Struck Out Dr Mc Orocklln 6: by Mummer 2i by Merchant 11; by Stags 0. Passed Da lis McGunn 2. Time of Guine- -2 hours. Umpire Mlchardgon. Millinery. of our tr,immed and untrimmed bonnets and hats at half former prices. All 4Q-2-t. B tils THE taluliiR twelvo TWO-STOR- 3L,"Tvr"sr:E::R, n-iy. Sam D. Johnson & Go. tiC. Ajttl .Ai'ajAV.It J .i5.,-itei- llil' 'kt.ili ukaiJMKl.. i'Vlftau ..j&4k..&..i.J.L -- w JOE3I3T fell Ready for Spring Trade in the most complete T M Eeady for Spring Trade with a large line of IS' M China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns I am closing out. goods. No trouble to show Cook siovbs & Ranges. jsmmsm ill mim&jmmmtsffli n i . rrr r -- . . - . IS asbppa Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double 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. IK JNO.T. BUCKLEY. that, with so much money hinging upon the result, some one might We would be greatly obliged to the not be playing his best to defeat the ministers and oTiccrsol cliurchesin the Frankfort club. And tho boys can not any such suspicion city if they would furnish us with any afford to have announcements- which they may wish gain ground. made.l - JOHN T. BUCKLEY. Alicad. Religious. Another Frankfort Boy The following clipping from a Joliet, Illinois, paper notices tlie good luck of another Frankfort boy: During tho noon hour at the Bates J. O. Crommachine factory well, the retiring draughtsman, who goes to the steel mill Monday, was captured by his fellow workmen and ho forcibly assaulted with, a gold watch and chain that he was rendered speechless. Foreman Ed Stecker, of the foundry, made a neat presentation speech. The watch was one of tho finest to be had, and the affair was quite as much a credit to "the boys" as a compliment to the recipito-da- jNyufjiujig 9T . y7T3rtl UTtk. His Superior Ability in Treating Obscure Chronic Diseases is something marvelous, has cured where others havo given up to die. The campaign hat has already made its appearance, and the American will occupy his pulpit lor public has r.erved itself to go through at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m., as usual. with its quadriennial epidemic of Sunday-schoo- l emotional insanity. What is there at 9:30 a. m. about politics which will cause men sober the Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. who are otherwise do mostfoolish such and reasonable to IPonick, the rector, will occupy things as are always witnessed every the pulpit at Ascension Church to- national campaign? No wonder the morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at European monarchies look in open-eyed wonder upon 8:00 p. m. our political convulsions. And we, ent. when we come to the point where we The subject of this notice First Presbyterian Church can look backward, see with scarcely Frankfort less than ton years agoleft to !Eev. John M. Worrell D. D., less wonderment what sublime fools having seek his fortune in tho North, we do make of ourselves. of Centre College, Danville, will chosen the calling of a Mechanical 8 p. the pulpit at 11 a. m. and Engineer. The presentation referred jn. so much in other col- to in the clipping marked his transiThere is umns of this issue concerning the tion from a position which has for "Southern Presbyterian Church friendly criticism of Frankfort and IRev. C. T.Thompson, of Lexington, Frankfort people which George L. some time been paying him a salary will preach at the morning service. Willis, tho correspondent of tho of $1,200 a year to one which pays seen indulge .At night the pastor will preach the Times, has whichfitIto proposed in, that him 1,800, as chief draughtsman for to dethe article third sermon of his series on some vote to him seems rather out of the Joliet Steel Co., a corporation place. My intention, however, is to having a capital of 50,000,000. of the prevailing sins of the day. refer more to the author than to the Kerslalcc-Edg- e. article, and hence I shall indulge Oatuuiiiu Church The usual anyway. No one who has paid any services at the Church of the Good attention to current events has failed Married at the residence of tho bride will be con- to notice what a picturesque figure in Lexington, Juno 14th, 1892, Mr. Shepherd ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, tho "Bald Eagle of Bull Skin" has George Kerslake to Miss Clara Edge. become in Kentucky journalism. the pastor. The bride is a sister of Mr. John High mass at 8 a. m., low mass Edge, of this county, who is at 10 a. m., andvespers at 7:30 p. m. to most of our readers as the 1890 session of the LegAt the islature a young man, a stranger to Secretary and Treasurer of the Pea ChkibiiAK Church Rev. George most of our people, to tho legislators Ridge Turnpike Road Company, and Darsie, the pastor, will occupy his and to the other newspaper men school trustee in the 4th district. made his appearance, ana at once at 11 and 8:00 as attracted attention by his bald head. pulpit The Roundabout tenders its conusual. It was not long before the originality gratulations to the happy couple and Young People's Society of Christian of his writings also attracted atten- wishes them a pleasant voyage on "Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- tion, .and ho was soon pointed out as From at one of the lions of the Capital. great- the sea of matrimony. er meeting in the Lecture-roothat day to this ho has waxed 7:30 p. m. Interesting to Iadies. er, until to day ho stands without a rival in his department of journalMethodist Church Rev. H. G. ism. Dear Madam Does your husband seom tired of you, are you always JHenderson will preach peevish? Do you and your husband morning at 11 o'clock and in the This is the man who is giving us have little spats now and then? This evening at 8 o'clock. advice. Himself a shining example is the case with most married people; iSunday-schoconvenes at 9:30 a. m . of what energy, pluck and brains and the only way you will ever live that The Epworth League will meet in will do, and declaringwhich it is not in perfect harmony is to restoro tho prompts spite, but lovo of us strength, tihe class room at 7:30 o'clock p. m. his criticisms of our town, can tho Sparkling eyes, rosy checks, girlhood; vigor and playfulness of Mr. Henderson extends a cordial citizens of Frankfort find any thing then your husband will stick to you invitation to the members of the in their hearts but lovo and admira- like he did in your courting days, General Assembly to attend these tion for the advisor, or do better than and not bo seeking the society of accept and act upon the advice? other ladies. services. If you will try one package of "Rose Buds1' you will not regret it; it will The following item clipped from bad make new woman of you. "Rose There was the Ft. Madison (Iowa,) Democrat, manners at thean exhibition of exer- Buds" awill absolutly cure Congestion, commencement contains information well worth re- cises of the public school on Wed- Infiamation and Falling of tho Womb, membering: "Mr. John Roth, of this or Whites, Rupture at nights city, who met with an accident a few nesday and Thursdayencourage which Loucorrhea Ovarian Tumors, Miscarthose Childbirth, was not calculated to days ago, spraining and bruising his part tho performance, leg and arm quite severely, was cured taking calledin for some rebuke; and riages and all tho distressing sympwhich but toms; such as Bearing down pains, Chamber50 of ly onePain cent bottloThis remedy is unfortunately no one saw fit to call Back Ache, Head Ache, Melancholy, Balm." lain's Its I without an equal for sprains and attention to it. was refer to theinloud Sleoplcssness, etc. from thowonderful first apindulged by effects are noticed in talking which "bruises and should havo a place those near the doors. Tho young plication Leucorrhea or Whites are every household. For sulo by J. W. ladies didjnot speak very loud at usually cured by ono or two applicaGayle, Druggist. best, and in the confusion caused by tions. No doctor's examination-tre- at By mail, postpaid, yourself. the continual hum of conversation Odds and Suds. 1.00. The Leverette Specific Co., the audienco could scarcely, by paying the strictest attention, hear what 339 Washington St., Boston, Mass. The worse development of the wns said. "base ball fovor is its betting accomOne good second hand mower for paniments. Hardened base ball crank as I am, I hate to see the game I understand that tho Louisville sale. Prico 20. A bargain. Mastin Bros. which, when well played, should relias undertaken an quire no added zest, used as a mere Southern of tho ground exhaustsurvey between Darby's Prophylactic vehicle for the winning or losing of ive city and tho most convenient money. There were hundreds of dol- this on its lino with tho view toward Will point Use it in every sick-roolars at stake on the game at Versail- building a connection with the Ken- keep the atmosphere pure and les on Monday, and fortune favored tucky Midland. It is to bo dovout-lour boys; but to the genuine hoped that it may amount to moro wholesomejremoving all bad odors crank that fact detracted than a mere survey, and that wo may from any source. from the intorest of tho contest.g soon have our choice of routes from Don't lot us havo any horso jockey-dn- hero to Louisville and western points, Will destroy all Disease Germs, in the base ball, but keep it tho as well as in the opposite direction. infection from all Fevers and all .gentleman sport which it should bo. William. contagious diseases. The eminent physician, J.Mari"There's nothing half so swoot in accusa- life as "love's young dream." Now on Sims, of New York, says: "I I would never bring an there is some diversity of tion of throwing games against anyt about thisBorne giving proiorenco to am convinced that Prof. Darby's present Frank-ifor- opinion. of of the memberstherethe the other side a good article of taffy, but thero are ProphylacticlMuid is a most valu is club, but 21 sweeter than ease always few to be considered. Wo do not person- after things any pain and this is only able disinfectant.' a racking players Inow tho opposing Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorfa ally, and tho suspicion might attach gotten by using Salvation Oil. Baptist Church Kev. W. 0. Tayopen-mouthe- EiPly lAw's. vS'" '' Jslllhiv oo-cu- -- -- well-know- n 3oth the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant md refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys-:eeffectually, dispels colds, head-ichc- s aud fevers and euros habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its cfl'ects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottle3 by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Dp not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. m !E9S3ii' H ii ""7 2S5? srasr.vss ,j :?m?--.. SH: TpE1"'" f ,.;;.:; ..' ... jfcrJST-- i:a.f.ri J7 " " ;. S S.U" inVi?:;:."""'?'"1.?. "' """'' Lyman P. Walter, M.D., The world renowned specialist, will be atFranJf fort, Capital Hotei, July 1st, 1892, Returning every four weeks during the year. Dr. Walter ha had years of experience In tho largest hospital in the country, Is a graduate of sevtr.il of the best Colleges and has for a number ot)earsmadoa specialty of all chronic and surgical diseases, ilo undertakes no Incurable diseases but has cured hundreds given up to die. aud does not take the case He treats success-ralluulesiacurecau be guaranteed. pro-eur- o SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. NEW YORK, N.Y. LOUISVIUC. KY. FOR SALE, FOR SALE FIVE PURE BRED SOUTH down Uncle Lambs. Any ono wishing a line slioul-one cull early. LEE A. OWEN. Junell-2t- . Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing in the oars, Deafness, Diseases of tho Eye, Knr. Nose, Throat, Luiigs, Kidney, Urinary and Itliulder Troubles, Dright's Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation Rheumatism Paralysis. A. II. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostrate Gland trouble; was given up to die by all general practitioners I consulted, and I myself gave up all hope, made my will and so arranged my business, was obliged to mo Cat Iwt her every half hour. And now entirely well, cured by Dr. Wulter. 0. 11. Thomas Frankfort, Ky Catarrh of ton years standing; am now completely cured by Dr. Walter. EETLEPSYOR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. DLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, Scrolula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by Improved and never falling remedies. DISEASES OF WOMfcN, such as Leucorrhea, menstruation, displacement of Sulnful down pains In back, iclleved In womb, short lime. YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED MEN sulferiiig from Spermatorrhea, luipotency, Eruptions, the should call bolore It result of errors or exce-seIs too late, and guarantee ii cure Superfluous hair and all eruptions 011 tho face permanently re- T HAVE 1 SEE HERE! my me.it storo ut 1 th it I have just ittO Second street, in the Herndon block, where 1 the most choloo ami urn prepared to furnlt-toiiderrht cut; of all kinds of Irosli meats, ut tho lowest pi Ices. call and leave your orders and thoy will receive pMinpt attention. Z. TAYLOR COLLINS. Juno lb-lT ol WISH TO INFORM MY OLD CUSTOMERS I 2b-li- Mil, I I I TZl-y- . moved. Remember th dato and conio uirly, us his rooms are alwajs crowded wherever he stops. Examination and consultatlun free, private or confidential. Address VETERINARY DENTIST. TTT'ood.lSilse, AAmi Jlstr-at LYMAN P. WALTER, M. D., Louisville, Ky. Orders by mall promptly nttouded to. May or" s Mice, 39-l- 39-l- AGAINST HAVING ALL PERSONSdeceased, areCLAIMS notllled to hereby JHkb, come forward with the same, properly proven, as required by law; and all thoso knowing themselves to bo Indebted to him are requested to D. M. WOODSON, settle at once. 40-2- t Administrator. Two Houses for Sale. Ono price. Terms easy to suit purchasers. rooms the other seven rooms. house lias Tney ure both newly papered and painted Have now fencing Ac , and are In thorough repair. For price call at LeCompto & CJayle's. or HOUSES THE TWO PRAM I!are for sale 8ITUATED ON at a reasonable I West Broadway dyed-in-the-wo- 011W. L.Jett. Juue4-lm- . EXECUTOR'S NOTIC17. DULY UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN qualified as the executrix and executor of the esi a to of James M. Wood, clocei ed, In the Franklin County Court. All persons Indebted to said Jimios M. Wood are requested to make payment at onco to us, and all those having claims against tho estate of the said decedent will present them, properly proven, to the under- signed Ann DIAIII IYUUU, AX'tX, HOUSTON D. WOOD, Ex'or Juno ll-3- t. Dr. Walter can refer you to hundreds of cases in jour own State and every state In the Union, whlc.i he has cured, among tiem the following: Darwin, md.. SuppressMrs. Rev. J. L. Mrs. Henry Grl-de- r, ed and pnluful menstratlons. Mrs It. W. Camden. Hid., Female Trouble. Mrs. (UisGln-ricCrockett, Delphi, Ind., catarrh. Mrs. Mnrtna Onusco, lnd., Lung Trouble. Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast reMiss Hettle moved without kulfo or caustic. Ulock, MIchlgantown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. Mrs. Rosa Mcl'arty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Cookson, Franklin, Ind., Cross F.yo straightened. Mrs. Sarah Comor, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh una Mrs M. Clark, Asthma ot long standing. Mooresvllle. Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic Miss Sarah Dougherty, Rockfteld, Ind., Epllepsey. Mrs. Lancaster, Vlvalla ind . Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind., Kidney Trouble Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Martinsville. Ind., Catarrh. Doctors said would die with conas ever. Win. A. Gurd, sumption. Is as well Uurltngton, Ind., Kidney trouble for four years. Dr. waiter cured me two years ago have not been tioubled since. Elijah loler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not see after business-a- m as over. James Wyatt, Delphi, us well y Ind., Could not hoir and had .1 constant dlschuro from my ears. Dr. Waltor cured me entirely. Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J C. Canine, Waverland. Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller, Grenctstio, Cancer ot Eyo. Mrs. Mury Jones, Edlnburg, Drlghts Disease. Dr. wulter gives theso names by permission and they request that ull sufferers should writo them In regard to their caso. Dr. Walter also hus many testimonials from having been cured of prlvato diseases ut does not publish them oven by permission but will furnish them upon application. Address h, y Lyman P. Walter, M.D. Louisville, Ky. Jjc,V v,J fri'V rilTii 'i'iTiliWlikiila!li iSlHBIBiiiinBHH , 7 r wrur ounDT urivn The nifi aiiuai H imj HBMREBHBBE9BSHBMBB9GRRBE9N ADDISON W COUNT i o-cxjX- 3 ne vniy low tjost Tese and . HMHl i ime ieepers which are Accurate and HeSiable. GOLD IXjIjEID. Otlxer Styles.. SILVER. The GOLD FILLED cases are WARRANTED for FIFTEEN YEARS. Hand Engraved, Price $8. Designs in Plain Burnished, Plain Satin, Satin Engraved, Engine Turn- it ed and Hand Engraved. Hand Engraved, Price $8. - ' Satin Engraved, Price $6. M. A. SELBERT, and the merchants in all small towns aro visited and solicited to join tho Dr. Hale's Household Oint-- s - tho aeweieFRANKFORT, An Old Coin. KY. W M incut county branch. Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles lilce magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 23 and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold, at Carpenter's South Side drug store. 5-- ly Miles' Nerve PillS. and Liver Act on a now principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for mon, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. 45-l- Mr. Jack Church found, a few days ago, on his farm near Woodlake, a six and a fourth cent piece of the coinage of 1718. It was cut from Spanish quarter of a dollar, and was picked up near where an old house stood on tho place. It was evidently the property at one time of a very early settler in this country. R. ROGERS & SON, 'vm --- twufrvmmssv?vrmaA ! O20tf V S0f9M))S AliQ Aar We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about inassia fvqsy IPHJVJfcJ UISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. ' Republicans Will Ratify. Merchant's Organization. Forty three of the Retail Merchants of Frankfort met in the City Council Chamber Monday evening, June 13th, and listened to an address by S. W. Briggs, of the Morchanls Retail Commercial Agency, 63 Denrborn St., Chicago, Ills. The system in use by this Agency haB for its purpose the frotection of Retail Merchants. The and results of the system were fully explained. After consideration, a motion was made that those present proceed to organize the Frankfort Branch of such Agency. The motion prevailed by a unanimous vote. The following Vice-Preside- ifi f j 4. KV i were chosen as oflicers: R. K. McOlure, President; D. 0. Noel Orutcher, . Gaines, Secretary; Wm. P. Hudson, Treasurer; H. Ringold, H. O'Donnell, M. P. Gray, Ohas. Ellwanger, H. Fincel, L. Mangan and J. T. Buckley, Executive Board. This Agency uses no dishonorable means to force collections or settlements, but the merchants propose to exercise their legal right to refuse credit to a person who gains the reputation of not treating a member of the Agency honorably. There is no law compelling mer chants to sell their goods on credit. There is no law forbidding merchants refusing credit to any person they see fit, and when a merchant sells his goods on credit it is as an accommodation to the consumer, and if such consumer has no appreciation of the favor extended and wilfully neglects to make a reasonable and honorable adjustment of his indebtedness, then ho should bo compelled to pay as he buys. It is better for him and much more profitable for the merchant. Many a poor worthy man has been refused credit for the necessities of life because of the merchant's unpleasant experience with bad debtors, bub this system will tend to obviate all that, because tho man who does respect his credit will be known and have a standing among merchants, while tho "dead beat" and others of his kind will also be known to the members uf this Agency and bo absolutely refused credit; no matter if he moves to another town or State his reputation as poor pay will follow him and tho merchants in such now place of residence will also refuse him credit. This Agency issues a Abstract regular and legal of unsettled accounts. Each member agrees to forfeit twenty dollars to his branch as a penalty, in caso ho ox- -' tends credit to a person whose unsettled account appears in tho abstract and no account can appear therein until the debtor has had a full and fair opportunity to go to tho morchunt ho owcb and in somo way The arrange Buch indebtedness. man who can pay and won't pay and who cannot pay, but will not go to tho merchants and state his condition and make effort to arrango, is tho person this Agency Ib aftor. This Agency does not intorfero with tho credit of men who deal honorably, no matter if they are slow: noichor does it in any way regulate prices. Its solo object is to compol mon to bo honest with merchants or to pay spot cash for goods purchased. Something of this kind lias been needed for a long time and this system will work. "In combinaTho mom-bor- s tion there is strength." have tho success or failure of this system in their own hands. Wherever merchants havo properly combined, tho system has proven a Tho west is being great success. oarefully covered by this Agency, tho-ma- The Republicans of Frankfort and Franklin county havo arranged to have a rousing ratification meeting Wednesday evening, June 22d. The best speakers in the State have been engaged for the occasion, one of whom is tne Hon. (ieorge Denny, jr., of Lexington, who has just reAdvertised Letters at turned from the Minneapolis ConFrankfort, Ky. vention, and his speech will undoubtedly be full of interest, as are Below will be found a list of ndvortised all his speeches. The Opera House letters for the week ending June 18th, has been engaged for the occasion, and there will be music, fire works 1892: McMellin. W. G. and everything that is used on Buch Arnold, M. Miner, Willie occasions. Alen, Robert Nicholas, MiBS Let all Republicans turn out in full Boyce, is. A. Louisa force on Wednesday evening and let Bryant, Jhon. Phillips, Jessee the people know that we intend to Bivon, Mrs. Quiam, Thomas S. push business all through the camTheresa paign. When When When When Baby was sick, yb gare her Castorta. she was a Child, aho cried for Castorla. she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. she had Children, sho gare them Castorla. Free to those who ask for it. Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. OR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the "THE KING-- " SICKLE AND TOOL GRINDER FOK GRINDING A Horrible Railroad ident Acc- Is a daily chronicle in our papers; also the death of some dear friend, who has died with Consumption, whereas, if ho or she had taken Otto's cure for throat and lung diseases in time, life would havo been Heed the warning! If you have a cough or any affection of the throat and lungs call at Chapman & Williams' and get a trial bottle free. 20 Largo size 50c. rendered happier and perhaps saved. To Niagara Falls. The L. & N. and Big Four Routes will run an excursion to Niagara Falls, leaving Cincinnati at 1:30 p. m. on June 22d. The round trip fare from this city will bo 7.72, tickets good returning up to and including trains leaving Cincinnati July 28. The sleeping care fare will of course be extra. Persons desiring to make the trip can leave hero on the 5:50 a. m. Crumes, Mrs. Lucy Rhino, Charles N. Dannecker, Mrs. Roll, Christian Rondeau, Harris W. E. Dudley, Miss Rose Reed, M. 0. Dudley, Mrs. Smith, A. Scott, Miss Daisy Mary Douglas, James Schlegel. Gustave Scott, Miss Hattie Evans, Alford Edmonds, Miss Smith, Jim Henry Maggie Scott, John G. Scott, Miss Nancy Gardner, T. T. Shelly, Martin Gay, W. M. Hanson, Charles Tracy, Mrs. Patsy ThomaB, O. H. T. Hurndon, George Taylor, Miss Ellen Walker, Arnold Honloy, B. S. Jenkins, Reno warneld Allen New Wilson, Miss Logan, Miss Bettie Hattie. Letcher, George Wade, F. D. Lyon, George W. Woods, James A. Lee, Miss Jennie Wilson, S. L. Lee. M. J. Walker, R. M. Melnarn, A. Warfiold, S. A. McElwain, Reedes Maryweather, &Co. Mrs. Linde McGoldrick, William When calling for these letters say advertised. IN LEXINGTON. KY.. Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Juno 17th. 1892. July 9th, 1892. July 30th, 1892. Aug. 20th, 1892. MOWING M A C II I N ES KNIVES, SHOVEL PLOWS, HATCHETSr AXES, GRUBBING HOES, TOOLS, ETC. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical operation and with little or no puin. REEEUENCES . W. McKee Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. V. Bcruerlch. Frankfort, hy. Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson, Ky. A. II. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. V. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. DR. KELLEY'S ofllce and residence Is at 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day of each week except SATURDAYS, Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing 259 J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. The best nnd only successful ever made for the purpose. For sale by PRICE $5 00. MAST1NBR03. w. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE. train of June 22d. J. M. Saffell, Spring weakness and general debilThe above is tho title of a now pa- ity, as well as all forms of acute and per published in this city, tho first chronic diseases, are easily cured by the number of which mado its appearance on Saturday. As its name indicates, tho new candidate for public favor will advocate the cause of tho Labor or People's Party, and Mr. Ohas. T. Flynn, tho projector, will preside over its columns as editor. The Labor Arena. Postmaster. Died in Louisville. TONIC CUUE8 ered, as It blister. The Most Successful Uomcdyovor Is discov- certain In Its effects and does not : Read proof below Kendall's Spavin Cure. Dr. U. J. Kendall, Co.: dents It Is with tho greatest itlfactlrm that I Inform you that I linvucun.il the. followlnillReasps-Hwcenetalioul dor Joint I.iuiiciil'nm.mIIIo Mioe-lloiI.iuiii-iiohy, Disease is but impaired vitality, OF Mrs. Mary E. McDormott died at to the in Louisville at 5 minutes and the ELECTROPOISE adds her homo storo of vital force. It causes the Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, past 5 o'clock Thursday morning, system to absorb oxygen, the chief Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, atred 45 years. She was a daughter source of vitality. Send name and Headache, Nervou3 Prosof the late Tim McOarty, formerly of address for forty-pag- e circular, to tration, Neuralgia, Palwas accident- DuBois & Webb, Louisville, Ky. Rethis city. Her husband pitation of the Heart, ally killed several weeks ago while liable agentB wanted. Loss of Energy, at work upon an elevator. IhiKols & Webb, "Weakness of Back, Feelings of Room 10, Norton Block, Cheap Rates on the Mid- languor and Lassitude, GenCorner Fourthhisutl Jefferson, laud LoiiisUfle, LOSS APPETITE, Little Rock, Ark., Aug. X, W, IinmencHsand vtlllcuiothnt nil with Keudull'rf Spavin Cure. It Is the belt Liniment for manor Dealt I hnvo ever used. I recommend It to all horso owners. Horses thut I havo v orked on are valuable, but without our Liniment would bo worthless, t have friends who used It for SprniiiM and limine nnd cured them. They say it Initio best they ever used. Yours truly, E. U. 8. WELLS. Joint Lament'.am Pore Foot. I working; on l, llip-.lnin- r. in K. t eral Debility, La Grippe, Etc., Etc, Tho Kontuoky Midland Railway offors reduced rates upon tho following occasions: Knights of Honor of Kentucky, annivorsary at Louisville, Ky., Juno 30th, 1892, at rate of one and times the regular one way faro for the round trip. The Trouble Over. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Honto Visto, Colo., Doc. 21, 1S3J. Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., EuosburgU Falls, Vt.: Qeiits-- Iu tho jear 1831 1 treated with Kendall's Spavin Curo a Mono Mm vln of seven j ears standing nearly as larno ns u liens cjx and completely stopped tho lameness and removed tho enlargement. Have worked the horso erv hard, ever since, ho uovor has shown any lameness neither cun I boo any difference In tho slz or tho hook. V. 11. COOLEIT. Yours truly, one-thir- d tion at Cincinnati, Ohio, July Cth, d faro 1892, at rato of one and for round trip. Certificate plan. Fourth of July oxcursionB, for all one-thirone-thir- National Furniture Trade Exposi- trains of July 2, 3 and 4, excursion d tickets will be sold at one and faro for the round trip, good to return until July 7th. A prominent man in town exclaimed tho othor day: "My wife has been wearing out her life from the effect of dyspepsia, liver complaint PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTLE. and indigestion. Her caso bafiled the skill of our best physicians. Aftor using three paokogos of Aunt J. ED RAY & GO,, Manfs. and Proprs., Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for Fanny's Health Restorersho isalmoBt $8. All druaitnta Imvo it or can act It ontiroly well." Keep your blood in a i yon, or it olll be sent to any ad healthy condition by the use of this W. B. AVERILL, Sole Agent, for on receipt ojirice by the jtroprte- dress great vegotablo compound. Call on DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Chapman & Williams and got a trial Frankfort, Ky. Enosburfjh Falls, Vermont. package free. Largo size 50o. Aug.l-ly- , Junel8-ly- . 29 EL In usn for 23 years iv eminent physicians nnd surgeon In tho United HtHten, and pronounced by them the best TONIC exlitnt It cures where nil others fall. Tryltuud b convinced. Asfc your DrutsKlst for It. ea.iii, icy. 7 , " 8 .. i Clothing, liAlSi O-O and Furnistiin TO Bast and Biggast Best, Biggestand Cheapest SHOE HOUSE Xn Kexrtuolsy. T FRANKFORT A2STD SHOE HOUSE LOTTISVILXiE. X7":e: xac.-'sT-E- ! TXaZEl BIGGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST Dress Suits, Clothing, Hat, Shoe and Furnishing Houses in Kentucky. Good Suits, $5, $6, $7, $8. Fine Suits, SIO, 815, 820. 815, $20, $25, $30. SEE OUR Boys' and Children's CRUTCHER FRANKFORTi & -- STARKS, -- SEE OUR Boys' and Children's s-crxars- STTXT3. .tsgre&rBiaaagaBana - AND- LOUISVILLE. L Ilatton. A large congregation attended preaching at Beech Ridge Sunday. " Mothers' Friend " is a scientificRev. John H. Burdin held forth from ally prepared Liniment, every ingre-- r the 1st chapter and 16th verse of dient of recognized value and in Itomans. He delivered a masterly constant use by the medical prodiscourses and all who paid attention fession. These ingredients are com were edified. May he live long and bined in a manner hitherto unknown "be the means of winning many souls to Christ. Tobacco setting is about over in this locality and I don't think the prospects very flattering for a big yield. The dry woathor lias given our farmers a chanco to weed out WILL DO all mat is claimed for Remarkable Facts. their garden truck and corn patches. HAND MORE. ItShortens Labor, Heart disease is usually supposed Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Hatton is on a boom. She is the Life of Mother and Child. Book possessor of two grist mills, one medi- to be incurable, but when properly created a largo proportion or cases to " Mothers "mailed FREE, concal doctor and a blacksmith shop. can be cured. Thus Mrs. Elmira Mr. Andrew Jackson Greenwell pretaining valuable information and Hatch, sides at the anvil, and the way ho Mary L. of Elkhart, Ind., and Mrs. voluntary testimonials. Baker, of Ovid, Mich., were makes sparks fly is a sight. Sent by express on receipt of price $1.60 per bottle cured after suffering 20 years. S. 0. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Oa. J. A. Young has a freak of nature Linburger, druggist at San Jobo, 111. BOLD BY ALL JMjaaiBTS. in the way of calf, which has a long flays that Dr. Miles' Now Hearb-Oure- . head like a colt and eyes like a hog. which cured the former, "worked .vond rs for his wife." Levi Logau. It is stone blind. Mich., W. T. Fulton has sold out his saw- of Buchanan, years, who had heart diseaso for says two bottles and will hereafter made him 30 mill and thresher ''feel like new man." DISTILLERY, NOW devote his attention and talents to Dr. Miles' New Heart a Cure ib sold A SMALL in operation, for sale cheap. Only $4,000. Willie claims handling chickens. A rare bargain. Apply to M.T.MITCHELL, that there 1b much more money in it. iiid guaranteed by J. W. Gaylo Book of wonderful testimonials free Jan.23-tf- . Frankfort Ky. 1 Mr. H. T. Yount had a severe hem orrhage lastj week, but is seemingly Excursion to Niagara Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co, tetter at this writing. Falls. Quite a sensation was created at Washington, Philadelphia, Sunday, by the advent "Beech Ridge The Queen of a tallyho, containing belles from sell tickets at and Gresent Route will Baltimore, Now York, greatly reduced Frankfort and belles from Bollepoint, to Niagara Falls and return for rates their styliBh escorts, Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re together with their ay about two to the belle. I tell you trains which will arrive in Cincinnati, AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. connecon Juno they dumfounded the lads and lassies tion with22d, in timeO.to make St. L. It. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 16. 1891. special at O. O. & by their elegant and hereabouts Limited Accin. 1:30 For rates, Dauy Mall gorgeous apparel and their fascinat- It., leaving atspace p. m. call on any EAST BOUND Fust Express Dally ex Sun sleeping car Dally. uauy, Ex Sun. &c, ing manners. They made things ticket agent or address D. G. EdLexington . Lve. 735am 500pm 1140am DbPpiu lively by waving their kerchiefs and wards, G. P. A., 824am G45pm 1230pm 00pm Winchester " Cincinnati. .hallooing and saluting people along 864am 7 12pm luopm 735pm Mt. Sterling " DAILY. Taken all to line of march. the Ashland. . " 1210am 1007pm 840am gether, thev were as lovely a lot of Great Triumph. Cattlettsburg " 12 28pm 1023pm 5'JdIll daisies as one could wish to see. Huntington " 125Upm 1047pm 80am U33Pni Instant relief experienced and a Washington " 1047am 2 10pm Old Greaser had his beautiful phy650pm Philadelphia " speedy New York Arr. 12Upm 820piu siognomy taken last week, and the permanent euro by the most world-Otto's charming young widow was the first and greatest remedy in the cure for tnroat and lung WEST BOUND. daily, to receive one. He has a lot left which he wishes to dispose of to the diseases. Why will you continue to Huntington marriageable widows and spinsters. irritato your throat and lungs with CattlettsburgLve. 60uaiu 1 86pm 645nn Hpm 625im i ipm that terrible hacking cough when Ashland. . . " 687am 203pm 7 27 Din : : : : Poor Geo.. Young who has been Chapman & Williams will furnish Exsun making things odoriferous for Miss you a free sample bottle of this groat Mt. Sterling Lve. 1027am 608pm 120pm 625am Onie, But looked very disconsolate guaranteed remedy? Its success is Winchester . " 11 15am j 45pm l Kipni 715am 820pm 40pm a ooam Lexington Arr. Sunday when she came dashing out simply wonderful, as your druggists Louisville .Arr. 1203pm J 50pm 2 40pm 1160am 7 oopmi a city dude. George was look- will tell you. Otto's cure is now sold with dully in LIMITED VJ53TIBULKD TRAINS ing his best, but didn't get a sniffle. in evory town and village on this connojtloit with Cueiapeatce& Ohio rnn F. V.". F. He seemed dazed and wandered continent. Sample free. Largo bot- to New York. around all Sunday night, and was tles 50c. runs dully uud TttAlNS 20 FAST MAIL seen making his way home Monday make local stops between Lexington and Huntington. morning, muttering to himself: Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. 'Oh, ever thus from childhood's hour, accomraoda HOSTINGTON !fc MORtCHEAD clod-hoppers day, but the si; jht of the dude by her side made col I chills steal over his manly form. I tell you now, the out here are not much impressed with the idea of city dudes coming out here and monopolizing all the sweet smiles of our own dudincs. No they ain't. Oh if I could only see that tallyho coming again, and overflowing with sweetness like it was last Sunday, me thinks me could lay me down and die. Ezekiel Yocum No 2. WM. CROMWELl CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W RBAL BSTATJB AGENT TlhL E?CTICK IN THE C0TJBT8 0 '.!. yranklln Rid the adjoining countlos, am win alio give ipclal attention to the purchnsi and eale of real estate, collection of nta claim and the legottatlo- - of loana TABLER'SPHC BUCKEYFULE cms mmm A SURE G r "MOTHERS' FRIEND" innaa-i- t BOT PILES. Moore's Poultry Remedy. and CERTAIN CURE 13 years as tho DE3T REMEDY FOR MED. PILES. Prtptrtd bj IlICmgDB0a.TATI.0R known for CO., ST.L0CTS. I market, S THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE rostlvely prevents and cures CHOLERA AND GAPES. Kentucky Midland Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND More then pays for Its use In the extra production of FOR SALE. SOUR-MAS- 3 54-- - S lisle, FRANKFORT, Onlr direct line between Get a trial box. Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Fal- Car chapman & williams, GOODS ajsrille, Cynthiana, mouth and Covington. ASK FOB prescription druggists- Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET AND SUNDRIES. TICKETS BY VIA KY. MIDLAND. TRAINS RUN CENTRAL STANDARD TIE. V M Finest April SODA WATER is Frankfort, TIME TABLE MAY 9 18J2. I ' M TRAINS E AST. -- I M No. 1. 0.00 0.OG U 11 I P No. 3. No. 7. 8.40 3.4G V - -- - V J C . -- . I Lv. Frankfort Lv. Summit Lv. Elkhorn .A. . -- LKisPT-M-Bi-JiJ. V imm CM gtw fP rTk iclflRk m VBLTTT I k B KhmHV' SiHBiSiViftTf OC 4n 1 W T KW5$rV. 1 Ll-- Lv. Duvull Lv. Johnson Lv. Georgetown Lv. O. S. Depot I v. Newtown Xr Centrevlllo Lv Elizabeth Ar Purls Lv.Swltzer Lv. stamping Ground . . .B . 0.1b 6.32 6.3S 6 44 6.52 6.66 7.1W ...... 0 I . 7.18 7.23 7.87 3.51 3.58 4.11 4.18 4.23 4.30 4 40 4.54 6.03 6.07 5.20 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.85 3.W) 3.V0 W J4 rM lei i ll'JI J l I M J 'BAHrf .HHL.f I WsMHMf r J.ljll.l iiLr .1f a 1 I i111 im. (JllkBZl ijS I L Ar. Frankfort . , , A . A Ar. A M I P m TRAINS Wtfrif. No. 2. INo. 4 Lv. Paris C . 8.00 6.50 6.0) 8.12 Ar. Elizabeth Ar. Centervllle a 16 6.08 0 17 Ar. Newtonw a24 G 37 Ar. O S. Depot . . . . 8.30 6.40 Ar. Georgetown . . B . 8.41 8.49 6.48 Ar. Johnson Duvall 0.61 Ar. a54 7.01 Ar. Stamping Ground . 9.01 9.13 7.13 Ar. Swltzer 7.19 9.19 Ar. Elkhorn .m 8.35 3.45 4.00 p M No. 8No.l2 4.40 6.07 6.15 6.30 5.60 6.52 7.05 7.16 7.35 7.56 Summit 8.10 i'.l- 9.25 9.33 7.25 7.33 a20 8.30 I've seen my fondest hopes decay." The coachman of the city tallyho omittod to unrein his foaming team and kept the poor critters reined up to the highest notch during the whole time of services. Little George Roberts got a sight of his humpty dumpty last Lord's Foil Sale Fifteen aoroa of bottom land, situated about two miles west ofFrankfort, on L. & N. Railroad, adjoining W. L. Collins. Will sell the whole or in lots at a bargain. For particulars call on tlons run dully. LEXINGTON &MORKIIEAD& LKXINGTON MT. STERLING accommodations ruu daily connects with L. A N. B connects with Q. & 0. and L, S. C connects with K. 0. I MVU-l THROUGH SLKKPING OAKS to uud from ashlngtou and New York without change. C. L. Brown, ! Gen. Pass. Agent, U W. UAUNKr, I k x J. A. Gome, Millvillo, Ky. W.8. IUbhison, G.A., Ashland. Ky. O. A.. Lexington, Ky. o5 The Kentucky Midland Bnllwar nnd eonnec. tlons form the shortest und cheapest route to all points norm, soiun ana west. For further Information anDlr to tholr aranta. E. B. WEIT EL, 0. D. BKRCAW, city Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO. B. IIARPER, Gen. Supt.