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Number 42 Tribute. shadows of tho more chivalrous -- V ip iV U K W OF gentleman or a than when they of ended gathered around tho Knowinglifehim DeLime. well and thoroughly lor many years, S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. thero was in his bearing that rare courtesy which instinctively commanded respect and drew the esteem Extract from Marion Harland's Letter to the Royal Baking Powder Co. Integrity of all his acquaintances. of word and action were so interwoven in his nature as to subordinate tho temptings of personal interest, .and to become to him the higher law. .Duty led him fearlessly in early life into rare dangers, and was, at all times, a royal arbiter to guide his a Hospitable, genial, fictions. WE NOW HAVE ON EXHIBITION COMPLETE teacher as well as a disciple in the $( LINES OF arts and sciences, wading grandly through the ebbs and flows of busi- fro 0t4V ft4SJP&Y &&?1&&, ness life with undaunted spirit, he CARPETS, RUGS, ever bore through it all the charachis French teristic courtliness of STRAW MATTINGS, nativity. FURNITURE, As the years began to bear heavily upon him and hi path to draw nearer WALL PAPERS, to tho dark waters, the natural kind AND DRAPERIES, ness and sympathy of his spiritbecame even more softened until its tender& AS&i'C'&lc &&&U ness seemed to enwrap the listener sZtnt--Q WHICH WE ARE OFFERING AT in its gentle folds. Ho often spoke fearlessly of tho time when he .should bo called to obey death's sum LOW mons, and ever with an expression of the conscious leelmg oi duty performed. Having rounded up the Styles. New and virtues and graces, the duties and land that sold by the acre a few years Forks of Elklioru. d life when ago is now sold by the foot. Every demands of a First-clas- s Goods. the end came, it was peace. cent that Lexington has invested in Every one is busy with their hay S. streets will return tenfold. Miles of artificial stone sidewalks and smooth cutting. Joliu fc. Edwards, James and William Featherston, paved roadways are causing people fV11rt,ii7?Mr Of Adams, N. Y. mnlroa vui; iuiiu u ii(j to build fine residences and beautify from Indiana, have been visiting uiaauo .Vo friends in this neighborhood. .sworn statement: Kenyon & Thomas: the city with parks. Though business is good, those who Misses Mamie Grimms, Florence Wood Mantels, Fol ding Be ds, B aby This is to certify what I know your Dr. Hale's come here for employment ought to Lea and Mary Showalter and Thornwonderful medicine, Household Ointment, will do in cases engage before they come, for all pub- ton Lea, of Hatton, spent several Last winter my lic works are like the fortunes of war, days last week visiting in this comof pneumonia. Money saved by placing your orders with us. mother, who is 75 years of age, was uncertain. While hundreds of men are munity. sick unto death with pneumonia. working on the street there are long Mrs. Sarah Featherston and daughBoth lungs were badly involved. The strings of men sitting along the side.attending physician said she must walks waiting for a job, and it seems ter, Miss Jennie, were visiting at die. As a last resort we commenced to be a common thing to turn off a Stamping Ground last week. using your Dr. Hale's Household lot of men and teams without any Mr. John Newman has a curiosity Ointment, applying it freely and warning. of triplet calves. All thoroughly to the chest, keoping the Next to Frankfort the Lexington in the shape sprightly as crickets. and as lungs covered with hot flannels. She people are the cleverest in the world, fine bought their mother from Mr. He .soon began to improve and in twelve and if they had our river frontage Green, last spring. hours the crisis was passed and she they would construct a boulevard Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. was out of danger and is alive and and erect a million dollars' worth of Rev. Creighton will preaah at the Carpets, at once. Let us invite usual hour at the Christian Church sav-e- d residences well Your great remedy her life. John S. Edwards. them. Spy. Sworn and subscribed before me, picThere will be a Sunday-schoo- l War. H. H. Taylor, Notary Public. nic hero All anticipate a A Fatal mistake. For sale at Carpenter's South Side fine time. 2 Drug Store. Physicians make no more fatal mison Excursion to Cleveland. take than when they inform patients toWhen folks take it comethemselves to the one criticise why not that nervous heart troubles come whom they wish to criticise and not Ohio. from the stomach and are of little to others? It would save a lot of hard Dr. Franklin Miles, feelings all around. Charity thinketh Is fishing for the trade, and the Excursion tickets will be sold at a eonsoquence. tho noted Indiana specialist, has no evil. "very low rate to Cleveland, Ohio, prov.en bait he is usinjj keeps the tho contrary in his new book .and return by agor.ts of Queen and on "Heart Disease," which may be Mr. and Mrs. South Trimble and Orescent Route, from Somerset, Ky., cork bobbing all the time. Allen visited relatives to Williamstown, Ky., inclusive, and had free at J. W. Doyle's who guaran- Maggie May last Saturday and Sunin Lexington tees and recommends Dr. Miles' The whole secret is this : iy agents of the Louisville Southern &&g New Hoart Cure, which has day. Railroad, Shelbyville and stations fchp largest sale of any heart remedy Miss Daisy Cox is home from the east thereof, on June 25, 2G and 27, 1892. For further information call on in tho world. It cures nervous and Musical Academy at Cincinnati. My Builders' Garden Tools, Ice. organic heart disease, short breath, ticket agent or address D. G. Miss Mattie Triplett is laid up with fluttering, pain or tenderness iu the G P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Oream Freezers, Mowers side, arm or shoulder, irregular pulse, a severe case ot poison oak. i fHinting, smothering, dropsy, etc. Mrs. When Your Iiver mr 3HC His Restorative Nervine cures hoad-fcch- iting Morton was out last week visJtt& mm H H 9 her old home, Belle Wood, now fits, etc. "2 owned by Mr. South Trimble. torpid and sluggish, you cannot Is Are the best and cheapest, and are only found at do business successfully. Everything Tho friends of Dr. Ohinn are all To tlie Chautauqua. coes wrong. You don't feel well. glad to see him out again. Get your liver in good working order On acconnt the Kentucky ChautauSarah Jane. by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea, qua, at Lexington, the L. & N. Railthe great blood purifier and nerve road will sell round trip tickets to Good News. tonic. It has no equal as a health re- Lexington on June 27 to July 8th in1 storer. For sale at Carpenter's clusive, good to return until and No other medicine in the world 2 South Side Drug Store. on July 9th, at $1.15. was over given such a test of its W. W. Alexander, curative qualities, as Otto's Cure. Agent. Letter from Lexington. Thousands of bottles of this great German remedy are beingdistributed JEditor Roundabout: To Shelbyville. by druggists in this free op charge, afflicted Lexington is like an immense bee-gucountry, to those with Conbusiness of all kinds is good; Effective June 20th, tho K. M. R. R sumption, Asthma, Croup, Severe the railroad and street car traffic im- in connection with the Louisville Coughs, Pnoumonia and all throat mense; improvements are going on Southern, will sell tickets to Shelby- and lung diseases, giving tho people everywhere; streets are torn up; ville from Frankfort and proof that Otto's Cure will cure them, houses torn down and now buildings stations, that heretofore intermediate and that is the grandest triumph of have taken Have going up in all directions, and higher rate, at 1.75. are medical science. For sale by Chapthey are not of the railroad plank Samples free. a great convenience to man & Williams. This will and strip shanty style, but good sub- passengers be use this route. 28 Large bottles 50c. who y im: residences, stantial four and C. D. Bercaw, that for architecture and value would G. F. & P. A. be a credit to any oity in the Union. MN-STREK- I "Wo have heard of Lexington's muddy Mow to Succeed. atreots, people wading through slush, &o. If Frankfort had one-hal- f the -- Basement nf tlm Capital HoteL- traffic on her streets that Lexington This is tho great problem of life haB, her streets would be in the same which few satisfactorily solve. Some foil because of poor health, others Hx. "They will fill this space with an entirely new advertiser rt tag Lexington is alivo to tho situation want of luck, but the majority from short time. xind has hundreds of men improving deficient grit want of nerv. Thoy the streets. Main, Broadway and to nervous, irresolute, changeable, Ohoapsido and some other streets are asily get tho blues and "take the to keep M. BEATTY, Just as smooth as a marble iloor, spirits down money, the spirits up," G. time, opportunmaking fine drives for light vehicles Unis wasting Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agt.t 4vnd bicycles. South Broadway iB a ity and nerve force. There is nothing BEATTYVILLEl LEE, CO. fair sample of the improved streets, like the Restorative Norvlno, disTHE- Deing evenly graded, then conoreto covered by the great specialist, Dr. IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, PRACTICES Powell, Clay mid other eight inches, then sand and briqks Miles, to euro all nervous diseases, as counties. have resisted a pressure of sixty hoadaoho, the blues, nervous prostrathat Sept. tion, sleeplessness, neuralgia, St. Vithousand pounds. LEI IIS There are quite a number of Frank- tus' dance, fits, and hysteria. Trial fort people at work in this oity, some bottles and fine book of testimonials W. CHIHN, JR, 2 rnllE HANDSOMEST LINE OP SOLID GOID of whom have located here in the free at J. W. Gaylo'a. 1 wntohes ever seen In Frankfort, and sold at building trade: J. V. Downing, John unbed rock prices, Perhaps you are laboring Rump. Dick Kendall, Allen and Simon It For Sale A New Process gaso- der tuo df luston that you.Is necessary for you to AVTOXSNVS' J3JB XtAW. Shea and quite a number of others. line stove, which has been used but bring aI fortune with to an8u h Is not the case at 334 MAIN STREET, nereeuble surprise. Will practice in all State Courts. Of. Lexington's street car service has little and nearly as good as now, is all, as can treat youW. L. COPPERSMITH. fice second floor, Custom House. a largo amount of building on offered for sale at a bargain, Appiy caused The Jkwklvr, FEANKFORT. KY. Jan. 231 St. Clulr St tho outer portion of tho oity, and at this office. Seldom have the gravo fallen upon a spirit, a knightlior moro valued friend Marion Harland's Endorsement C. F. BROWER & CO., Royal Baking Powder. House Furnisnings. &4iC' Jit- d &4tawu?r fxitlc. m 'l C&&c fir' vW? SPECIAL PRICES. full-orbe- Attractive Strictly SPECIALTIES. Carriages. C. F. BROWER Furniture, k CO. to-da- y. to-da- T un-equal- Ed-ward- s, Hardware, Lawn o, s and llli Hardware Merchant. 1 uHA I 9i JACOB SWIGERT&CO, stiredeit, to Removed From the Batzell Building five-stor- oust Amsr H101 MD .102 it LI H. MATTERS, I IV I PutllrlllKT, I. J, 41-t- f. 30-l-r. L, jtfrtAiAl -. )Liki$MiAAiJk. . tL&fr UjJtf,. RH3U BHrai M.lUKLi iMfflkifaL KffiliS k JSLlTkyiDLJCJOL "7IT"o,s:cxxst- - -- Tro-v SfTxiririoss- - ne. SELLING OUT AT COS T We will begin selling at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Bard ware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold on time will be charged at regular price. 'tfl -- jKjrclx 3w-fcln- . SP Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, C. E. COLLINS De-Wit- m & BRO5 Opposite the Farmers Bank. (I A . Personals. Miss Maggie Dudley has returned from Covington. Mrs. T. B. Rodman is visiting her parents in Mt. Sterling. Miss Fannie Gray, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. W. H. Sneed. Mrs. S. D. Winter, of St. Louis, Mo., is the guest of Mrs. W. H. Sneed. Miss Rebecca Johnson has returned from a short stay in Shelbyville. Miss Rose Crittenden is visiting Mrs. John E. Garner, in Winchester. Miss Lizzie Rodman Is at home from New York, where she spent the win- Lizzie, who have been attending THE DEADLY WINCHESschool there for the past year. TER. Miss Adelaide Sohroeder, who has been visiting friends here, returned A Would-b- e Robber Killed to her home in Louisville Thursday by a Trap Gun. morning GOOD THINGS ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, , ter. t? B. "city. Mrs. J. W. Quiggins, of Elizabeth-town- , is visiting relatives in this s. Miss Pickett Johnson will spend the summer with relatives at O'Ban-non'- this city. Mrs. Harry Goodman, of Louis- ville, arrives this week to visit Mrs. Mary Hendrick. Mr. L. C. Willis, wife and children, of Shelbyville, Bpent several days in this city this week. Mrs. Jas. M. SafTell went to Lexington Tuesday morning to visit her sister, Mrs. Higbee. Mr. P. H. Carpenter has been visiting his uncle, Oapt. Phil. Kidd, near Midway, this week. Miss Emma Morris spent neveral days in Cincinnati the first of the week. Miss Mary Pattie, of Richmond, is visiting relatives in this city and county. Dr, H. L.Tobin has been the guest of Mr. M. P. Bolan, in Covington, for a few days. Miss Maggie Taylor has returned from a visit to Mrs. Whittaker, in Covington. Mr. Humphrey Evans, of Indianapolis, Indiana, is visiting friends in Smith and Master For some time Messrs. Fiucel Bros, who have been for the past few have been missing money left at months in Henry county, are visiting night in the cash register in their in this city. McHenry Rhoads, wife and meat store, on St. Clair street, to be Prof. son loft Thursday evening for Mill- used as change by Mr. John Burck-hard-t, wood, Grayson county, to spend the who opens the store very early vacation with relatives and friends. in the morning. For a while the Misses Mabel Walker and Mattie j thief made It a point never to take Wilhoit, and Mrs. Thornton have returned to their home at Mortons-vill- e all of the money, and Messrs. Fincel after n visit to Mrs. John E. were at a loss to know what became Miles. of It, but Saturday night ho was Mr. Thos. B. Abbott, formerly a more greedy than usual, and when n resident of this city, but Mr. Burckhardt opened the store Sunnow of Louisville, spent several days day morning the cash register was In this city this week visiting relaentirely empty. It was then evident tives. being systematically Miss Mattie R. Knott and little that they were nephew, Master Lewis Knott, of robbed, and steps were taken to catch Louisville, spent several days in the the thief. city the first of the week the guests The front part of the store is sepaof Mrs. A. H. McClure. rated from the rear by a thin board o partition, the door between the two Born. apartments being locked at night In this city, on Sunday, June 19, and the back windows left open so 1892, to Mr. James Brown and wife, a that the meat, which comes in from Miss Sallie t, well-know- & i THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE Iff OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. OUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM hundieds take from it, yet it never " Wi -- daughter. the slaughter-hous- e In the evening Fourtli July Excursion tickets over the L. & N. d fare will be sold at one and for round trip, on July 2, 3 and 4, good to return until July Vth. one-thir- Turtle Soup. Chas. Stubenrauch will serve turtle soup to his customers, at his place on Broadway, this morning from 10 until 12 o'clock. Drop In and try a plate of it. Paralyzed. Mrs. H. G. Banta was stricken with paralysis at her home in South Frankfort Thursday morning, both sides being affected. As Mrs. Bantais now eighty-fou- r years of ago, it is feared she can hardly recover from the attack . Miss Mary Mason Scott and Mr. Mason Barret leave the first of July for a tour of Europe. Miss Louise Todd, who has been - visiting friends here, has returned to her home in.Lexington. Miss Annie Ordw,ay Knott, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. A. H. McClure, on Main street. Mrs. S. F. Denson, of Louisville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Jeffries, on Logan street. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Haxthausen, of Louisville, spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Chas Proehl. Mrs. John M Jamison, of Millers-burg- , Bourbon county, is visiting relatives in this city and county. Mr. B. T. Crutcher loft yesterday morning for Louisville, to attend the bicycle races and to visit friends. Mrs. J. B. Vernon and daughter, of Louisville, spent Tuesday in this city the guests of Mrs. W. H. Jeffries. Misses Julia B. and BcbsIo Hodges, of Louisville, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. J. N. Crutcher, in Bellepoint. Mrs Otis Ashurst, of Georgetown, is visiting her parents, Mr. John N. Marshall and wife, on Cross Street. Mrs. Helen McClure and children, are visiting her parents, Dr. E. H. Black and wife, in Stamping Ground. Mr. Lindsoy Blayney, who has been attending Centre College, Danville, the past year, is at home for the summer. Miss Mary Harrison, of Lexington, Mrs. has been visiting her noico,street, Sam D. Johnson, on Steele Cleveland and Stevenson. The National Democratic Convention, which met in Chicago this Grover week, nominated Cleveland, of New York, as a candidate for President and Hon. Adelai E. Stevenson, of Illinois, a candidate for Vice-Presiden- ts away placed against the door to open the that if a person attempted door from the back room the broomstick would push agalnBt a stick that pressed tho trigger and cause the gun to be discharged. The gun was Bet several nights with no results, but during tho wind storm of Thursday night a loud report was heard In the store and when Mr. Hamilton, one of the employes of tho establishment, went in to see what was the cause of it, he found John Daily, a young white man about 18 years of age, lying upon the floor, shot through the body. He was placed upon a mattress and received prompt medical attention, but lived only about an hour after being in-suc- h and Is hung up, may get tho fresh air. Being satisfied that whoever was taking the money came in at the rear window and passed through the partition door in the board to got at the cash register, an empty cask was procured and notches cut In thechines on opposite sides, so that a gun would fit into them. The oaBk was set right in front of the door in the partition, a forty-fou- r calibre Winchester rifle was fitted into the notches and a broom stick diminishes. This, of course, is because is a never-dyin- g there spring of supply that feeds the stream. H SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE stocks They become decayed. They are not fit for commer- cial 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 best condition. We havve no dead stock, because our stock never stands still. It. is always flowing out and flowing in. 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. Marion Harland's Opinion. Readers of. the Roundabout are familiar not only with the sprightly writing of Marion Harland, but also with her sound common sense upon matters of every day life and action. Her name, Indeed, is a household word, and is equally well known In parlor and kitchen. Her celebrated cook book, "Common Sense in the Hoasehold," is without a peer and Bhows that she has made a careful study of how topreparo good, wholesome food, in the best manner by the best materials. In this issue we proletter from Marion duce a Harland that speaks from her experience in the highest terms of the qualities of the Royal Baking House-wive- s everywhere Power. Bhould read tho opinon of such an expertand act accordingly. All good cooks, who have used the Royai, are of the same opinon also. fac-simllo found. this city. Miss Kayte Coleman, of Louisville, who has been visiting relatives hero, left Wednesday morning for Jett's Station. Mrs. R. P. Pepper returned Tuesday evening from New York, accompanied by daughters, MissoaMay and 53MW. the open windows, and a minute later received his death wound. Ooronor Dehonoy summoned a jury and held an inquest upon the body of the dead boy, when a verdict was returned to the effect that tho deceased Williams, two doors above. He was camo to his death from a gun-shafterwards seen to come down the wound received in attempting to rob street to Fincel's door, after the Iioubo tho store of Fincel brothers. was closed, and look through tho window, evidently to satisfy himself Just as sure as hot weather comes that no one was on the Inside. He there will bo more or less bowel complaint in this vicinity. Every person, then wont back to the pool-rooand especially families ought to have mado an excuse to go Into the back some reliable medicine at hand for Price candy, cakes and other con- yard, climbed over the fence into tho instant ubo in case it is needed. A fections at Sower & Ahlor's before yard in tho rear of Dr. W. H. Hall's 25 or 50 cent bottlo of Ohamborlian's t. Oollo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy buying elsewhere. drug store, and a plank being off tho is just what you ought to have and, . m . fence between that yard and the one all that you would need, oven for tho Bargains. in the rear of the meat store, he sat moBt severe and dangerous cases. It some splendid down and took off his shoos, passed is the best, the most reliable and MastinBros. hare known and is second-han- d Surreys, Pheatons and through the opening in tho fence, en- succoEsful treatment sale by J. W. to take. For Sleasant Buggies that they offer cheap. 89 lm. tered Fincel's store through one of ot un-equal- ed The gun was fired as soon as Dailey pressed against the door, the ball passing through the boards of the door, striking him in the stomach, and, coming out at tho back, buried itself In a timber running across the room behind where he stood. Dailey was formerly an employe of Messrs. Fincel, and that evening, juBt before tho establishment was closed, was at tho door talking to Mr. Henry Fincel. Ho left In a short while and wont into the pool room of Mr. Wiley MU CJisaJL - 5 ?"!;. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. TIic Old Original Remedy Leads. "germs," "baccilll," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing peoplo from buying the ori glnal tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, and for years has been, making more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement In this paper. Don't be deceived. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla Sick people should not be deceived ," by pretenders who talk about "Mi-crobi- 42-l- DANCING CLASS. STRAUSS' CLASS MISS KATIE at Capital Hotel. open 10 o'clock. Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings IN IUNCING Days ol Tuition JuulB-t- t at 42-t- f. 1 SPRING HATS! Ya. . SPRING NECKWEAR! JLJLiJL S ' JfemJJLm S Woolen s Domestic Goods. Would be pleased ,' Imported & TIME TABLE. The following time tablo is now effoot upon the L. N. rond: . eu:n.dl Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. to have you look at them. HUD SON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! t in TBAINS. WEST. fc m j- - JNo. 23 leavosFrnnkfort Wo. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort 5:50 9:40 3:00 7:88 10:10 4:35 7.48 a.m SHftPILE A Sfcm JAPANESE No lOleaves Frankfort p. m a. m p.m. IS- - Guaranteed Cure for riles or whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. This p. .n. Remedy has positively nevt r been known to fall. $1.00 a box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by m nil preJ:15 p. ru. paid on receipt or price. A written Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange positively given to each purchaser of Guarantee six boxes, the for Cincinnati. Nos. 23 and 21 connect when irpurchased at one time, to refund by $5.00 paid not cured. Guarantee Issued J. W. at Anohorage for Bloomfield Branch. GAYLE. andLECOMPTE GAYLE CO.. DrugW. W. Alkxandeb, gists and Sole Agents, Frankfort, Ky. Call for Agent. sample. Jan. No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort No. 22 leaves Frankfort No.l8 leaves Frankfort .... TRAINS EAST. .... a.m. p.m. W to-da- Kentucky Buggy and darness Works Is the place to buy. CURE Farmers, you can buy BUGGIES, HAPTESS -- AFD FARM IMPLEMENTS PRICES. A.O? Vvr2i3:OIjSSa.IjE3 16-l- A Bad Affair. You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first class style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. & f' A man has a perfect right to protect his life or property, and in the necessary defense of either, is justified in taking the life of a fellow-leinbut he has no right to set a trap to destroy the life of one who may be stealing from him. The common law denounces the killing To our Subscribers. of one by any such contrivance as murder. The law provides a punishThe SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT which ment for unlawful taking of another's appeared in our columns some time ' goods, and the city provides officers since, announcing a special arrangement with vfco enforce that law. How easy it Enosburgh Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., of Falls, Vt., publishers of would have been for Messrs. Fincel "A Treatise on the Horse and.his to have removed the money each Diseases," whereby our subscribers were enabled evening from their cash register and valuable work to obtain a copy of that by sending 'their placed it beyond the reach of the address to B. free J. Kendall Co. (and thief, or notified the police and had enclosing a two-cestamp for mailthem look out for the party who was ing same) is renewed for a limited stealing from them? Ho would have period. We trust all will avail thembeen caught soonor or later and they selves of the opportunity of obtainwould not have been much loser. ing this valuable work. To every Mr. R. K. McOlure suffered in a lover of the Horse it is indispensable, similar manner to Messrs. Fincel as it treats in a simple manner all the dVom a petty thief; he placed a man diseases which afflict this noble aniin his store to catch the rascal, he mal. Its phenomenal sale through"was caught and is now serving a out the United States and Canada term in prison. Not so with the make it standard authority. Mention Messrs. Fincel. They, or one of their this paper when sending for "Treatise." to catch employes, set a death-tra- p t. their man, were successful, and the law says they have committed murRatified. der. As a result of th$B ugly affair one. of the firm has been arrested and The Republicans of this city and will be put to considerable worry and expense should he escape punish- county ratified the nomination of ment, and a broken hearted mother Harrison and Ried on Wednesday weeps bitter tears over the coffin of evening with fireworks on the street "her boy, who was hurried out of the and speaking at the Opera House. A world in the act of committing a large crowd was in attendance and crime, whereas if the arm of the law liad been invoked he might have speeches were made by Senators W. H.Jones and been restored to society as a brand Polk Oanslor J. P. Huff and Hons. and B. F. Bennett. irora the burning. . . y g; -nt Bindery, supplemented with a bunch of fine cigars. If the old coon is not the happiest SUCCESSORS man in town it is not because he has not a good office, a first class set of fellows to work init, and one of Salesroom, opposite court-housthe sweetest little homes in the city, where the boys are always welcome, -when ever they choose to call. : e. T9 O. R. CUTCHER & CO. Factory, South warehouse. xac."7-- sroTr:Ee zsTXCKBre" npiosr'X'iEiD.. DIXIE'S FWOqiTE. March 26-t- f Of luterest to Our People. Hon. E. H. Taylor, Jr., our Representative, offered the following bill in the House of Representatives Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter. equaling tho ATKIXS FAST CUTTING DEXTEK. FOR THE WOODS OF THE SOUTH IT HAS SO EQUAL . .. l nrntnetnrl pnn,l,l.nf. f .1.. 1 cutting teeth through tho center from point to base, thus removing all friction whilo In use, giving strength and stiffness to tho teeth and Increasing three-foltho durability of tho "sot." WE CUA11ENOE THE WOULD to produce Thft Patent b7 Which thin Snur yesterday: An in relation to cities of the third class, and taxes therein levied and collected to pay the principal and interest of their bonded in- ,l.l act d a Saw 37-t- . . . K The following item clipped from the Ft. Madison (Iowa.) Democrat, contains information well worth remembering: "Mr. John Roth, of this city, who mot with an accident a few days ago, spraining and bruising his Jeg and arm quite severely, was cured by one 60 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm." This remedy is without an equal for sprains and bruises and should have a place in every household. For sale by J. "VV. Oayle, Druggist. 39-l- The German Benevolent Society will give a picnic at the beautiful grove in Brown's Bottom on Monday next. Every arrangement has been made to render the occasion pleasant and agreeable to all who may attend. It's only a short drivo out from the personally liable for such misappro- - HTHIS SCHOOL FURNISHES THE ELEMENTS- OF :AN and also to be indicted and education for boys and young men who desire td'enter ned not exceeding ono thousand J dollars. This act shall apply to taxes heretofore levied and in process of collection, as well as to those hereThe Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBElt, the' 15th after levied. Sec. 2. The provisions of this act 1892. For Catalogues, address are necessary to protect the credit of .... v city, ana if you wiBh to enjoy your- the said cities and therefore an emergency exists, and this act shall take self you could not find abetter palce effeot from its passage. Frankfort, Kentucky. for amusement. German Picnic. the payment of, the principal of bonded indebtedness now existing, or nereatter incurred, or to pay the interest on bonded indebtedness guaranteed by said cities, shall be paid over by the collecting officers t0 the proper custodians of the moneys required by law to be controlled by the sinking fund commissioners, and shall, under no ciroumstances, be used for, or applied to, any other mu nicipal purpose than the payment of tne interest ana principal 01 such bonded indebtedness; and any officer or councilman of such cities, who Bhall direct or consent to the appro priation of said taxes and in violation of the provisions of this act, shall be Seotion 1. That all taxes levied and collected by the cities of the third t: class, Frankfort, Owensboro, Bowling Green, Paducah and Henderson, to pay the interest upon, or to create a sinking fund to provide for to-wi- Be it enacted by the General, Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky : debtedness. lEB ecr; tmffl per foot, llvc,r,sLc,Ir.c,IL,Iln PmCE:f Special Steel, Without Handles, $1.00 per iooE I Ilnndlcs. .75 . T?0 larS demand for tho Atkins Concave Tooth Dexter Saw has led comnetltors to mako These ?la,m "?s ZOolF the a Sawro lower grade of steel, workmanship, without tho patent concave tooth; noother- notAoSraerrTfoh tho.dealerlU 1 BEWARE OP IMITATIONS. W Pr'" " L.. P. 12-6- ATKIftK fi P0 GL IAJ., e. p. w. tidlanapolls, lid. Minneapolis, Minn. Memphis, Tenn. Chattanooga, Term Mch. ' FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Colleges and Universities;- Andrew Fuller Case. for picnic goods in the city. 42-l- Sower & Ahler's is the only place t. Horse Shot. The little boys who are using their air guns in South Frankfort should bo looked after. One of them, a fow days ago, deliberately fired a ball from hiB gun into the side of a buggy horse belonging to a lady, causing it to run away with the buggy, to which he was attaohod, and to do himself and the vehicle groat damage. Whon parents put weapons of this kind into the hands of their children they should bo certain that they have sense and discretion enough to know how to uso them. Died. Buclcleu's Arnica Salve. i IV? Couldn't Catcli Even. Yesterday the Old Man passed the forty-sixtmilestone on the journey of life, and thinking to even up with the boys of this establishment for past kindness and remembrances, Mrs. RofuNDABOUT prepared a spread and invited all hands and the devil. But the gang wore not content to let the occasion puss without renewed evidence of their good wishes, and left on the editorial desk a handsome water bottle, with the following card attached; h In this city, on Tuesday evening, Juno 21, 1892, Mrs. Robert Sacra, aged 20 years. Mrs. Sacra was formerly Miss Bertie Moyers, and had only been married a fow months. Her young husband is completely crushed by the great sorrow wnich has come upon him so early in lifo. If you have a buggy, carriage or set of harness which needs repairing tako it to the Kentucky Buggy ana Harness Company on east Broadway. All work promptly executed. m m the The bestsalve Mastin Bros. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Houses for Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posiTWO FRAME HOUSES SITUATED ON tively cures Piles, or no pay re- THE Broadway are for sale at u reasonable Terms easy suit purchasers. Quo quired. It is guaranteed to give price. has six rooms to the other seven rooms. house are both newly perfect satisfaction, or money re Tuey new fencing Ac , papered Inand painted. Uiive and are thorough repair. For price call at LeCompte & Uuyle's, or funded. Price 25 cents per box. on W. L. Jett. Juue For sale by SouthSide drug store, n . One good second hand mower for sale. Price 20. A bargain. world foi Two Sale. 5-- iy P. H. Carpenter. 15-t- f. out-glas- s Stray Cow The person who lost a dry Aldorny cow, with one horn shorter than the other and ring and MR. GEO. A. LEWI8 Anyone in want of a nice young hole in tho right ear, can hoar of her from horse, which ia kind and gentle to whereabouts by calling and paying 'THE BOYS" work, can hear of ono by calling at for this notice. Tho party haB had 1892. 1846. Juno 24, her for two weeks and wants the this office. Terms easy. t. owner to como and tako her away. This Miss Nellie Murphy, of the Do You Want Him? I VETERINARY DENTIST. jn SEE HERE! s. . 1 that I have Just 330 Second street. In i 1 "TvX7"ood.lci3se, 32:37-- 42-2- Orders by mall promptly attendod to. May28-lm- . T WISH TO INFORM MY OLD CUSTOMERS my meat store at the Herndon block, where I am prepared to furnish the most choice and tenderest cuts of all kinds of fresh meats, at the lowest prices. Call and leave your orders and they- - will receive prompt attention. . June Z. TAYLOR COLLINS. 18-l- A.'.1?. k 4 FKAMFOllT Catewed ROUNDABOUT, at Fruukfort, Kentucky malluble uiattor. as at tbo post-oillc- o second-clas- s fee one dollar at once to the R. H. Carothers, Louisville, Ky., and get Certificate of Memberrates. ship in order to got half-farSec-rotaro y, CLOSED. St. Joseph's Academy and SI. Aloysius School. Tho closing exercises of tho above schools took place Tuesday evening, at tho school building, corner of Wapping and St. Clair streets, and was attended by a largo audience. Tho ceremonies wore in charge of Rev. Father James Gorey, and every one of tho children who participated acquitted themselves well and reBoth ceived generous applause. schools have been prosperous tho past year, but there were no gradl uates, and tho exercises were mainly musical. Following was tho Welcome Address OBO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. Reorganized. Tho Frankfort Brass Band has again reorganized, and will commence practicing regularly in a short time, so as to be ready to fill all orders they may receive Suiulaj-Bchool FRANKFOUT, JUNE 25, 1892. A A IEAI CHILD. out. Girl's Sin Finds Her Sunday ganized. ol to be Or- - for Bnfantsand Children. Cafttorla cores Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives Bleep, and promotes Without Injurious medication. " For several years 1 bavo recommended your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue o so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. PAnDM, M. D., "Tho VTInthrop," 125th Street and Tth Ayc., New York City. to-d- L1 h Dave Mr. morning Peeveler wont up on tho Fort. Hill after his cow, and when only a short distance up the hill, discovered tho body of a white child, only a few hours old, wrapped in a newspaper and buried under a thin layer of earth with a few rocks laid upon it, near the path. Coroner Dehoney was notified, and held an inquest upon tho remains, when tho jury returned a verdict that tho child had como to its death from strangulation, there being marks of violence upon its neck. Coroner Dehoney afterwards had Dr. Q. P. Thompson to perform an autopsy upon the body, when it was developed that the A Sunday-scho- will bo organizod School-hous- children in the neighborhood will be present and enter clusses. e at Pea Ridge Everybody afternoon at 3 o'clock. is invited, and it is hoped that all tho "Castoria Is to well adapted to children thai I recommend It as superior to any proscription known to mo." II. A. Anemic, M. D., dfc Ill So. Oxford EU, Brooklyn, N. T. pestlon. A Family Row. Programme. Margaret Ber-beric- h. occurred Wednesday near tho Arsenal, on afternoon, upper Main street, between two young men by the name of Mitchell on one side and two of the Bartlett boys on the other, in which one shot was fired but no ono injured. One of the Mitchell's married a sister of tho Bartletts and the fuss grew child was alive when born and that out of some family trouble. its skull had been crushed. Excursion Party. The police were notified and went to work on the case. They soon A special train bearing quite a found a clue and on Monday arrested number of the teachers and pupils of Ella Dickerson, a girl about eighteen tho Louisville High School came up years of age employed as a laundry Tuesday morning. The excursionists maid at the Capital Hotel. She con- visited tho Legislature and were prefessed that she gave birth to the sented to the House of Representachild on Saturday night in a house tives, then called on the Governor on Clinton street, called a negro man and afterwards visited the different in from the street and gave him the points of interest in and about the babe with instructions to take it city, leaving for home at 6:30 p. m. away, but further than that she would say nothing. She was lodged Across tlie Deep, to tUe West, in jail to await the action of the On steamboats,Far and cars grand jury. Stomach Bitters Is carried as tho most A difficulty stage-coache- Entrance March Genevieve Haly, Wm. Buckley. ' Welcome Song By Pupils. Duet Geneviovo La Coquette Weitzel. B. O'Connor, Wm. Buckley, W. Woitzei. PolkaD'Amour Duet W. Weitzol, S. Showalter, M. Berberich, Mabel Waters. The Tuscan Girls Crowning tho Sea Song Senior Class. II Puritani Fantasio Geneviovo Haly. Schomberg Galop Duet A. Braw-neM. Haly, M. Sullivan, M. The Little Shaking Quakers Song Little Ones. Dialogue, Interspersed with Song. Singer's Joy Polka Duet M. Dun-nigan, "The use of ' Castoria ' la so universal and Its merits so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorse It. Few are tho Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carlos MinnrK, D.D., New York City. Late raster Dloomlnedalo Rcforaod Church. Imt Ckntaur Compant, 77 Murray Street, New York. m ri hi ', rej. 13-l- y. I Fuilure Free Kbit r, lifectii) OH. Cal-lagha- n. Have opened Sale Booms on. Ann Street, Dr. DeLimc Dead. Dr.Louis A. DeLime,who was stricken with paralysis several weeks ago, died at his homo on Cross street Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, aged 78 years and two months. The deceased was born in Franoe, where his early years were spent in the pursuits of a chemist, and also as a soldier and politician. He participated in the many revolutions in Paris preceding tho dynasty of Louis Napoleon, and in 1853 emigrated to this country and located in St. Louis, Missouri, where he engaged in the and aging of whisky and amassed quite a fortune, but as ho refused to enter the whisky ring with McDonald, Joyce and others, that organization succeeded in having an order issued by the Government forcing him to close down his business, which caused him tojlose io n short time all he had made. In 1874 he came to this city and accepted the position of distiller at the 0. F. C Bridgeford, L. Tobin, B. O'Connor, H. Daloy. Caprice do Concert Trio L. M. Gobber, L. Sheridan, M. Bridgeford, B Schofleld, I. Kennedy. Tho Kazoo Band The Boys. Alpine Maidens Duet M. Haly,L. Tobin, M. Berberich, M. Gobber. All Paddy Wants is Ireland Song-Jun- ior Class. Sleigh Ride Galop Duet M. GRLL Waters, G. Haly, G. Weitzel, P. Phillips. The Midnight Fire Alarm Song Senior Class. Important Item In the materia medlca of the Carnival of Venice Duet G. Haly, traveling public. It denrHes vitiated, brackish M. Waters, Wm. Buckley, G. Weitzel. water of Its hurtful properties and execrable Good-nigSong By Pupils. flavor, counteracts the pernicious effects upon the s, Hos-tetter- 's ht near Christian Church, HID SEE GOODS U GET PRICES BKSYtaqClUTT. HosnsquAHTrrr. CURE! ALL DISEASES! stomach ot bad or Indigestible food, remedies cramps, heartburn and wind upon the stomach. It Is a fine defense against malarial disorders, nullifies the effects of excessive heat, cold and damp, relieves and is an incomBelow will be found a list of advertised parable cure for costlveness and biliousness. letters for the week ending June 25th, The fatigue of travel often tells most disastious-l- r upon invalids And convalescents, occasionally 1892: to such an extent as to Jeopardize life. Persons Abrams, Miss Firld, M. A. in feeble health, apprehensive of bad elltcts Cordy Graham, Mrs. travel, will, If provided with the Bitters, be from Katie far less likely to have their fears realized. Allen, Casey Advertised Letters at Frankfort, Ky. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM JWOrHI.WS VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. Prepared by BltHAEDSOS-TATLO- Sale of Real Estate. Arnold, Mrs. Annie Commissioner William Cromwell sold at public sale, on Monday, the house and lot belonging to the late Miss Mary Ann Gayle, located on the corner of Second and Main streets, South Frankfort, to Judge Ben. G. Williams, for twenty three hundred and fifteen dollars. The property of the late Sidney Johnson, on upper Main street, was also offered for sale at the same time by Commissioner Cromwell and was knocked down to Mr. W. A. Howard for twenty-eigh- t hundred and thirty Distillery and continued to reside dollars, but the sale will hardly be here until his death, though his ad- confirmed. vancing ago prevented him from enWednesday. gaging in active business pursuits for Armstrong, L. H. Birdette, Daviet Braker, Alfred (2) Gracy, Miss Johnson, Mrs. Nancy Johnson, Lou Kelley, H. rison Kesnan, J. 0. keep her nlUe. butslnceshe has been taking ttadam'8 Microbe Killer she hatbeoti right at home attending to her business, ami is In better health than she has been in 20 )eurn. "ft. X. POOLE. Codartown. Ga." medicines sold. The physicians, tw re.irs ago. said my wife had consumption, both lungs affected. I have had to send her outh for several springs to Consumption Cured. "I believe it to be one of the best FOR 20 YEARS B O" L1 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOXYD EVERYWHERE. MED. CO,, BT.LQUIB, Eliza Bergin, Herman Beck, John Bar shall, L. Brent, Mrs. Kramraers, Har- Sercral Diseases Cured. I Donhov,Silace Donnead, Miss Demint, John Davis, Miss Mary L. Dawson, Mr. Best, Miss Maud Campbell, Miss Grace Corrall, Frank Clark, Miss Em Cooper. Samuel Dean, Wm. Donaldson, R. R. Bentley, J. H. B. "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of iiuving ueen usunerer iroin we.tk "cul"". and McWilliams, Lee ai'er lungs, bronchial atfection all ofIndigestion. taking Microbe Killer Moreland, Zack djiu wins nuve entirely iiisappearcu. the above " ours, etc., Neal, Wilbur B. THOS. L. DAVIS, Phillips. Henry "Jauitor Howard Memorial Library, P. Y. Keating, Mary A. faiii .Hhttv jAI BniBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBeBW liarca't, wladora and Intelllfeni ambition ni llr fm written yw jrt? If Henrettee Sheets, John Snyder, John Springstead, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Staten, Ovid Thomas, Joe Weaver, R. L. Maggie Simpson, Mrs. Pendleton, Roberts, E. Rennfro, Miss Fannie "New Orleans, La." asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. 'Respectfully, "EDWIN lmve been a sufferer from asthma and catarrh, for more thdii two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting up In bed or reclining In a chuir. 1 haNO used one Jug of Hidam's Microbe Killer, and f r the lust three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a child- - f attribute my relief to the remedy, nud heartily recommend It to any one suffering from "I Asthma and Catarrh Cured. aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI 'V Fire 9 "Cashier In Bank of Adalrville. Ga." It MOORE, P$ Ufa afaaaaaL '.Ill work lndue oaalr. how to cam Thre. Thv. and Dallaia c ear In nnt erer tlier lira. ( wilt alM fUmir tae altuallea en ocalitles. write: and nho. after Inatrnction. cm raid and y. wilt, I pronrtit you my pedal, pcreonat attention. I un dertake to briefly Inch any fairly parson im.mi-on- i jfallheraai, who iar(it tin when. whlak a- T Microbe War. shows what disease Is and.wbat the to communicated other, the to cure It. Read It, remedy Mrs. Cordelia' Kendall received a circulatemust be, and do, discoverer for saving occupied by Lewis Washington It and you will the Wednesday morning your Ufa Address The fire de- a telegram and Julia Davis. RADAM'S MICROBE KILLKR, Nashville. Tenn. or LkCOMPTE kLaftcJSc.J partment was slow in reaching the announcing the death of her only, re- J. W. GAYLKFranklin cout ty. It GAYLE CO. agents grandchild, little Eliza sole Jan, for re- maining scene of the fire on account of a fractory horse and as a consequence Green, aged three years, at the homo both houses were totally destroy- of his parents, Dr. F. P. Green and vLvtAiyviwicr'jyHK'M; 4 ed and one other badly damaged. wife, in Memphis, Tennessee, which One of the houses burned wab the Bad event occurred at 12 o'clock on property of Jas. R. Norrel and the Tuesday. Just one week before Dr. other was owned by Anthony Wil- and Mrs. Green lost their youngest son, little Kendall, and now the fell liams, and were both ! State Teachers' Associa- Washington saved hisinsured. Lewis destroyer has rendered them childfurniture, but tion. less. Tho death of their little ones Dr. E. C. West's Nervk and Braim TreatJulia Davis got out only a part of ment, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzi- I Kits, Nervous next meeting of tho Kentucky hers, while Cynthia Campbell lost is attributed to the unhealthfulness ness, Convulsions, Prostration caused Neuralgia. Tho by the use Headache, Nervous Association will bo everything. None of the tenants had of the climate. The many friends of ot ulcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental DeState Teachers' Will bo sent to any address Mrs. Green in this city are deeply pression, Softening of the Brain resulting in Inheld at Paducah, Juno 28, 29 and 30. their furniture insured. misery, decay sanity and leading from now until January 1st, grieved at the double affliction which Premature Old Age,toBarreness, Lossand death, of Power Extensive preparations have been cents. 1803, for twenty-flv- e In either sex, Involuntary Lostes and Spermaof the brain, Campaign year is now at hand; torrhoea caused by made by the citizens of that live and The True Laxative Princi has come upon her. m ple Each box contains or you must keep posted, and enterprising town, and this is expectone month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes the way to do so is to road A Flying Visit. $5.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt ot price. for ed to bo tho best meeting in the hisOf the plants used in manufactur. THE OOMMEROIAL-t- he WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. tory of tho Association. Important ing the pleasant remedy, Syrup of Mr. Bon. F. Meek, of Louisville, a only true opponent of proany ns orderrecelved tection and sound ourrenoy topics are to bo discussed and good Figs, has a permanently beneficial former prominent citizen of this To cureboxes,case. With eachwith $5.00, we bywill accompanied for six in the South. purchaser our writ ten guarantee to respeakers have been engaged. An ex- effect on tho human system, while city, came up Saturday afternoon send the money if the treatment does not effect fund the hibition of school work will be ex- the cheap vegetable extracts and and spent Sunday and Monday hero a cure. Guarantees issued only by THE LkSEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY GAYLE CO., and J. W. UAYLE, tensive, and numerous schools will be mineral solution's, usually sold as with his daughter, Mrs. Richard COMPTE &Ky. Frankfort, Half-farrates on the medicines, are permanently injurious. represented. Church. It seemed very natural for And examine it carefully railroads have been secured, and low Being you will use tho him to bo upon our streets again, as you will be sure to subscribe. rates for boarding, Ladies will bo true remedy only. Manufactured by Address all letters and make he appeared just tho same as when We will pay the above reward for any case of all chocks and Post-ofllc- o entertained free. A large attendance tho California Fig Syrup Co. ho left here ten years ago, and his Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick HeuUa:he, orders payable to Constipation, or from this section-i- earnestly desired. many friends wore glad to see him euro with West's Vegetable Costlveness we cannot Liver Pills, when the Found. advancing, Tho work of education is looking so well, although he is uirecuonsaro sincuy compueu wun. inoy uro LOUISVILLE PRESS CO., purely Vegetuble, and never fall to give satisfacand progressive teachers are always A pocket book containing a few troubled somo with rheumatism. tion. Sugar Coated, Large boxes, containing SO found at these meetings. Pills, 2d cents. Beware of counterfeits and imi- w dollars, which tho owner can get by LOUISVILLE, KY. tations. The genuine manufactured only Parties who go over tho L. & N. proving proporty and paying for this THE JOHN V. WEST COMPANY, , Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ILL. For sale by all druggist, Railroad should send membership notice. AA AlaV-- t A --VleV --V jftc several years past. Shortly after locating in St. Louis he married a Miss Jackson, of that city, who, together with two children, Mr. Thos. L. DeLime, of Louisville, and Mrs. Jas. A Murray, of this city, still survives him his oldest daughter, Mr&. Ohas. O. Reynolds, of Lexington, having preceded him to tho grave some three years ago. Tho deceased was a courtly, dignified gentleman, who was universally popular with all who know him, and his death was a severe blow to hi s devoted family. The funeral took place from his late residence Monday afternoon at 6 o'clock, and the remains were laid to rest in tho Cemetery. o'clock Wednesday morn- DeLanoy, Ed. ing an alarm was Bent in from box Hirnst, Mrs. Albert 16, occasioned by the burning of When calling for those letters Bay ad- two frame cottages in the colored Tertised. J. M.Saffkll, settlement on Elm street, east of Postmaster. Logan. The flro broke out in the kitchen of ono of the houses occu The Last One Gone. pied by Cynthia Campbell and soon About Killer for fllteen days I m entirely cured, after being Kick two years with malarlul fever, and during which time I contracted other diseases, flux. etc. I was atended during this time by three of the best doctors of the city without being bene- "WJl, DOUERTf. fitted, "10 Celeste t., New Orleans. La." Fovcr and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that utter taking HNiflaaHE&roS Microbe eaaaaaw tfjSWV A ye can am thai aesanat. I cbarra aaUlnif and receive no tol- npl.i m.at, ar tinleee a abtya. Hethlnc difficult ta lean, ar that require! ready tau-- fnncbi time, i aeitra una ona poreon froat ht and; with em plojmenl a laj ar auaoDer wn cnaklar arer Three Ihoaaaad Dollare a fear each. All la new. eflltd.aoro, Full particulate iV ,. an.r.oit know all. If rata c8de tors no furthrr, war, no harm le deaa. Addraae, atea-a- jp ai aeea?jP . gasa--S u,rrrm each dlatrlcl or count. I bate atV Gil1! Jt Mr. Madam's Microbe Killer Cures all Diseases by Removing tho Cause. Send 2 cents stamp for c ALMA'. . Dec.D-.y- I to iza. Auaraaata. Uulaa. circular and the ET" I 9Sn lG-l- THE I WEEKLY LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL over-exertio- solf-abu- se e well-informe- d, $500 Reward! s 10-jy- He .' ,i !... . ,JeWiW, awdtiW,! ?i H JtfMStaALi.-J- - " V- "1 a HEADQUAETEES FOR mvnuR Y THINGnffisaWBsH fBBVMI vb INE, J0ZZti I JPmSob n rem zdu-IjEs JL insr- - "WHEELS UJLJLl3?JL On - ON" ,v Xi1 '41 BBSS! CO0B9C (EHDltt BUJkW uniTnw flin'iii'l aasagq VmaX nh& mJjiiMmjJ Kma? HMM wrniwm Vrf imLm nJn mniut hLh mN i EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOLt Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. WE GUARANTEE tBjSES V Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Sur-rie- s and Light Carriages. The H.H.Babcock Co., Broom St., N. Y.) Cabriolets, Victorias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. IfUAiNKFOKT FRANKFORT. 1 1 aRT 'x J iV fr JmrMl Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. ah , KUUJMAB0U1 JUNE 2r., 1892. ltewmiui, ct IMVlM, c GoJns, rf. stilus, ir. Llndsey, H l.lniUov w Frankfort Merchant p. .'.... lb ih . 8. 8. . Base Ball. FKAnKFOKT 6, DEPPENS 3. . . Wlitersmltli, ruimps, 0 Totals Deppens ..300 3 o 0 4 S3 3 4 4 4 4 4 o 2 n Id sii ro a J 1 1 ouii 1 0 0 2 0 k 0 o 0 Mutuals. Carnlgha'i.cf ('HTle.'Jb Doupt. 8. s Metzner, 3b Neul, lb otuitz, p ah 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 u In sn p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 (J 0 o 0 Reddlna.rf. c Shreve, If. Vetter. rf. c 110 1 1 a 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 13 1 0 4 3 27 17 2 3 33 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 21 0 2 4 5 0 100 1 f. 112 0 1 JAY-EYE-S- EE Haclue, Wis., says: "Alter try Iur known remedy, I removed n. large Hunch or two yeara standing, from 11 3 year old Ully, wltl: threo applications of -- "'cry 0 14 9- 0 0 0 4 6 of Mn. c) J. I. Case, (Hickory Grove Farm, home 5 JJ ? 0 fc- - s LH "The beBt laid plans of mice and , men pang aft aglee." above sentence to Wo commend the by "Red" the Deppens. Ehret, Lev. Shrevo and Fitzgerald, league players, they anticipated an easy victory over those "country boys," last Friday but they reckoned without their host. It may be their "which, vauntvery ing, o'erleaps itself" brought about their defeat, but be that as it may. they were beaten, and they left for home sadder, if not wiser, ball played over-confiden- Totals 8 6 4 0 0 Innings Irankforts. fort Earned 1 Coins. Three Base Hits-r- ay. liy. Stolen Newman. Risen on Balls Oil Meich.mt 4; UtIMtzgeruldl. Struck Out By Merchant ti; by lltzgerald 7. Passed Balls-I)- a!s 2; Terrell 4. Time ot Game 1 hrs., 6u mln. Umpire Itlcliurd- Runs-FrankBases-Murp- 346G78PT 0 ... 1003000 a x0 Two Base lilts 12 0 0 1 2 II 0 0 Innings Frankfort Mutuals . . . . 6011. Frankfort 6; Mutuals 1. 2. Two-bas-o Hits Tnreo-bas- e Newman. Hits Coins. Sh eve. Stolen Bass Newman. Merchant, H. Llndsey, PhPlips, VanDTveer. Double I'lars Crtrnlghun to Ntal. Base nn Bills-- Oil Merchant 1: Oil Stultz 8. Hit by I'ltcho 1 Ball W. Llndsey, By Merchant It; By Stultz Stnwk Out-5. P.iks d Balls D.ivls 1; Redding 2; Vetter 1. 1; Stultz 3. Time or W.ld I'ltches-Merch- ant Umpires r hoir and 40 minutes. --donbto umpire system. Franklin and stinson Earned Huns ..10000000 Frankfort . 34GG78 .12 0 0 4 1 1 -T 0 0- -1 ti. heart! ly recommend It to nil Horsciuca." hundreds 0 such testimonials. . .. . "T77 .. nuu t ... SSSETOSI && Price,not kvei Iicr umiic. ask your uruggisnuru. t,u- - 3 Sl.SO KtfBHsIr-wdoes k, tcni us iic. stain pa or stiver, ror l rial ocx. MMiRTnADE UAitn. a "V. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. of. tVchave jij It is the 1 PNM'S OINTMENT best preparntlonlbavecvcrusedorlicnrd s Mil WtfS rWiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii e I When the roster of the visitors was engrossed upon the register of the Kenyon and it was seen what a formidable nine our boys had to buck against, the hearts of the home people sank. There were some who attended last weeks' gamo at Versailles and witnessed the powerless-nes- s of 'stuffed clubs" against superb team work, who never lost hope, but they were few, very few. Those who were inclined to bet offered odds of two and three to one on the Deppens, with no takers and ohlhow glad they are now that they weren't taken. The victory may be attributed to four things. First, Merchant's pitching; second fine field work, in spite of the four errors; third, fine hitting; fourth "dumb" sacriflc ball playing on the visitors' part. In one inning Itho Deppens had two men on bases with none out, but tho succeeding batters forced them out instead of sacrificing, while on the oontrary the most of the home boys' runs were due to this character of hitting. One of their runs, however, was a clean gift from Terrell, who seemed to have no head about him. Ho also caught a very poor game, having four errors and four passed foalle, and his continual and unjustifiable kicking disgusted the crowd. Davis also had two passed balls in succession, which proved very costly. ers. J This gamo was hotter played, on tho whole, than that with the Deppens, but was not nearly so close. It was characterized by an exhibition of dirty ball playing by Shreve which will come near insuring that tough citizen a coat of tar and feathers should he attempt to repeat his performance on the home grounds. He had, when playing with tho Deppens, aroused the disgust of the crowd by his kicking propensities, although in that game he played second fiddle to a tough named Terrell. But on Tuesday he reigned supreme. After our boys had scored four runs on three hits, three stolen bases, a batter hit. a wild pitch, a passed ball and an error by Vetter, tho visitors came to bat. Oarnighan made a hit. Shreve then knocked a pop fly back of second, which Phillips caught and returned the ball to H. Lindsey in time to complete the double, but Shreve had kept on running and, just as Henry was about to catch the ball, knocked him down. It was done BASE HITS. purposely and deliberately, and (f F Fitzgerald pitched a gamo which would have won nine times out of ten; but the home boys' hits and sacrifices came just with the visitors' errors, and all ''Fitz's" fine work went for nothing. The best field-wor- k for the visitors was done by Glazebrook, Day and Tupper. Day Was so unfortunate as to twist his anklo in sliding to third in tho first half of the eigth, and had to be carried off the field. He was fast becoming a favorite with the crowd and his accident aroused universal regret. His place for tho remainder of the game was supplied by Charley Noonan, who went to right, Lev. Shreve covering second. Henry Llndsey carried off the fielding honors for tho home team. Wick Llndsey, Wintersmith and Phillips also made some phenomenal stops, although the two former were a little off in their throwing. Following is the score in detail: noonan, ri Shrete, cl, 2b Tunner. 8. s VltzuorulJ.n rilii7hrnnk lb Knret, 8b Metzner, ir MurnhT. rf.cf Terrell, o Totals. , Day, 2b everybody thought of course Mr. Stinson would declare Oarnighan out; but to the disgust of tho crowd he refused to do so and allowed him to take second. Shrevo was roundly hissed and the crowd Bhowed plainly that it had no use for either him or Stinson. Such treatment of visiting players is usually to be predecated, but in this instance it was fully justified, and the. only wonder is that the crowd didn't go to extremes. It will be well, however, for Mr. Shreve to give Frankfort a wide berth in the future unless he decides not to play dirty ball. Oarnighan, subsequently scored tho visitors' only run on Vetter's hit, which Van Derveer should have got, but didn't. The home boys scored again in the fourth on Newman's soratch two bagger and a couple of wild pitches, and another in tho seventh on Qoins three bagger and W. Llndsoy'B sacrifice. Deppens aii 3 4 it Id en po 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 4 4 3 4 j 4 2 83 0 0 0 y 0 8 0 0 2 y 0 13 0 2 0 0 0 2 f- 0 4 10 6 0 0 0 4 13 9 024 There were no specially noteworthy fielding features. Redding, who caught the first inning for the NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, visitors, was succeeded In the second by Vetter, who did much better work. Metzner who played 'third, did some fine throwing. Tho homo TELEGRAPH ORDERS .FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. boys did their usual good field work. way. a Tho visitors wisheS the gamo called in tho eight but Roxy insisted that TELEPHONE 1050, RING 2. Dr. Hale's Household they play until six men wero put out, Congli Cure and the home club which was done, did not take their ninth inning. Is a purely vegatable remedy preparFollowing is the score: ed from rare medicinal plants, a perfect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarsen lu 811 po ah Frankfort. 1 4 2 2 0 Newman, ct . ness, loss of voice, whooping cough, 0 0 11 Dims, c i bronchitis, tho first stages of con- House and Lot For Sale. 1 3 0 0 Merchant, p 4 2 0 1 0 0 sumption, allays all soreness of tho Coins, rf. 3 0 Llndsey. Wsb 0 1 0 4 1 lungs and chest, and gives porfect 4 1 Llndsey. H.,lb 0 0 10 0 1 satisfaction. It is tho greatost modi-cin- e THE Fill ME RESIDENCE, CON-- 1 Whitesmith, h. s. . talnlng twelve rooms, cellar and basement, of tho ago to strengthen the 4 0 0 0 3 Phillips, 2b street, next door to the Eplscopai 2 0 0 0 U Van Derveer, if lung tissue 25 and 50o. per bottle, at on Washington parsonage, Is ottered for sale at u bargain, for Carpenter's South Side Drug store. terms apply to 1 27 14 31 6 6 4 Totals n-i- Danville but three hits; yet he lost the game 2 to 0. Penn Merchant goes right along improving every day. If Penn had the curves and Bpeed possessed by Elting, combined with his own quick ness, strategy and headwork he would bo almoBt invincible in any company. His strongest point Is the way he watohes the bases. As an amateur he has no superior In the State unless It bo Eltlng himself; but the latter is too easily ratt'el, while Penn is as cool as a cucumber. If Louisville wishes to win the championship of the State sho will have to bring the "Colonels" up. It takes team work to win and none of the City League Clubs have shown that yet. So far tho homo club has met with but one defeat to six victories, and that one was tho first game of tho season, before tho organization was perfected. We think wo can fairly claim the amateur championship of the State until we are again beaten. The title was claimed by tho Olympics, and they succumbed to our boys, their only defeat, by the Alex Qoins still Keeps up his great batting. He has never yet failed to EbB-.o,n?xo-uiJmake two or more hits in a game. Neal, of the Mutuals, makes a good first baseman, but ho can't run bases. It is almost impossible to put a ball over his head. AND DEALER IN- Tom Stagg was in Nicholasvillo Tuesday, and did not play. He was not missed, however, as the Mutuals were dead easy. Tom is one of the PIPE ANDFITTINQS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO surest hitters on the team. JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. The Deppens played here again FRANKFORT, KENIUOK . yesterday. They were thirsting for Opposite State House. revenge after tho defeat of last week. Shreve was not with them this time. Thorough, Practises! Instruction. MM 1 1 1 1 K ""K f" if8 1 I IH mm Graduates assisted to positions. We will give the result next week. M1UII KUr catalogue tree. Write to The boys will make a tour of the WBRYAffT & STRATTON BUSINESS LOUISVILLE, KY. They will play Blue Grass in July. at Nicholasvillo, Harrodsburg, Danville, Richmond and Mt. Sterling, and possibly a few other places. Eltlng, of Danville, whom the home boys hit Bafely nine times at Versailles, held Harrodsburg down to ono hit, and struck out twenty men on Tuesday. Fitzgerald BJLR.Q-JLIHSpitched for Harrodsburg and allowed -- WARD CLAASSEN -- n lumber, GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosefs, HltaHl J. L RODMAN & m 7c. 6jcv HC' 5c. 5c. 5c. BIO . Best Indigo Blue Calicoes Best Colored Calicoes Best Dress "Ginghams Best Apron Ginghams Black Cotton Stocking Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton Large JStock of New Spring Goods Cheap. J, .L April RODMAN & SON. Plants, Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. a HHHMHHHMUHim J THOMPSON, Rose Buds a Specialty. Floral designs. RoVt. B. Pranklia y. ..30001 TWO-STOR- Y 2 MayaWra. W. ANDERSON OAINES. Frankfort, Ky I9IHH5 mmmm 1 TH f TUL3T TVnr I l JIT TH 80 K I """n Ci?lpB,i, T" C" if y Ready for Spring Trade in the most complete Ready for Spring Trade with a large line of IS' China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns closing out. goods. Stoves Map, a Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double I am No trouble to show JNO.T. BUCKLEY. Religious. City, to remain until he is of age, for breaking into a Post Office in thick Tinware, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, and a complete line of House Furnishing Goods too large to mention. Take the elevator and examine my second floor. Tin roofing, guttering and job work solicited. JOHN T. BUCKLEY. v- - m ( t. We have some first class second His Superior Ability In Treating Obscure Chronic DNeascs is something hand buggies and phaeton's for Bale. innrvelnns, lias cured where We would be greatly obliged to the Campbell county. A proof reader has many a laugh Call and see them if you want a barotliiirs have given up to gain. Mastin Bros. ministers and oTicers oi churcliesin the On Monday the case of Mrs. Harris at the blunders made by the printers die. city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish vs. The E. T., V. & G. Railroad was whioh he discovers in reading their made taken up. The plaintiff sued for proof sheets, but sometimes they 45,000 damages for the killing of her manage to escape even his eagle eye Rev. George Darsio leaves next husband, who was an employe of the and get into print few papers esweek for the west to spend his caping. We have seen many, but road. two months' vacation. After hearing the evidence in the the most amusing we ever heard of Baptist Onuncii iiev. V. 0. Tay- case the court instructed the jury to was in a piece of poetry published in find for the defendant, the railroad an eastern paper. The author intendlor will occupy his pulpit at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m., as ed to say, "Ho kissed his love swee;, comDanv. at 9:30 a. m. The case of Lister Witherspoon, o sub rosa," and the compositor made Episcopal Ohurch Rev. B. A. Woodford county, vs. The E. T., V. him say, "He kissed his love's sweet Penlck, the rector, will occupy & G. Railroad, to recover damages snub nosa." the pulpit at Ascension Church to- for the killing of a fine trotting The Lexington Observer is the morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at horse, was taking up and occupied latest victim in this re3pect of the 8:00 p. m. the time of the Court the balance of "intelligent compositor." In a reof Presbyterian Ohurch the term, resulting in a verdict of cent issue upon his papor appeared First O. Joel T. Hart, written D. D., President seventeen hundred dollars for the an article Young, Rev. W. in the editor's usual elegant style, Both the method and results wheu of Centre College, Danville, will oc- plaintiff". cupy the pulpit at 11 a. m. and 8 p. The court adjourned at noon the closing sentence of which should Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant m; have read as follows: "Suppose and and refreshing to the taste, and acts Thursday. it is only a supposition that the hard gently yet promptly 011 the Kidneys, circdit court. The congregations of the Christian, working legislators contribute the Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys"First Presbyterian, Southern PresbyThe Circuit Court met Monday salary of one day's outing to purchase tem effectually, dispels colds, headterian and Methodist Churches will hold union meetings at one of the morning with Judge Warren Montfort a memorial tablet to Jool T. Hart, a aches and fevers and euros habitual 'h:Mmi--n0'rii- ' four Churches each Sunday evening presiding and Commonwealth's At-- kind of conscience fund, a sop to constipation. Syrup of Figs is the during the hot weather. torney John S. Gaunt present. only remedy of its kind ever proCerberus." M. D., After impanelling and charging the Col. Hodges was doubtless very duced, pleasing to the taste and ac Lyman P. Walter, Southern Presbyterian Church following grand jury, the Court ad- much astonished when ho saw that ceptable to the stomach, prompt hi The world renowned specialist, will be at Front will be Children's Day. his printers had made him advise the us aciiou ami Liuiy umieiiuuu m iw fort. An interesting programme gotten up journed until Tuesday: Jos. Robinson, Foreman, Jas. M. members of the Legislature to make effects, prepared only from the most the occasion will be followed. for 1892, Todd, T. J. Jett, Jas. Anderson, B. F. this contribution as "a sap to healthy and agreeable substances, its Capital Hote, July 1st, All are invited to attend. At night the pastor will preach the Jones, J. E. Kirtley, L. T. Yount, Wm. qualities commend it Return'nj: every four weeks during the year. He is a truly good many excellent In the Dr. Walter has had years of fourth sermon of his series on some Pryor, Henry Polsgrove, Riley Brew- cebeans." to all and have made it the most largest hospitals In the country,experience Is a graduate of man, and when he read the paper he of the prevailing sins of the day. of the best Colleges und has for a number several popular remedy known. er, L. S. Roberts, Robert Long. of sears made a specialty of ull chronic aud made no remarks, but stepped into Syrup of Fig3 is for sale in 50c diseases. Ho undertakes no Incurable disfollowing are the petit juries the back yard to tackle the woodpile. The up to die. has cured OATMOL.1U Church The usual and $1 bottles by all leading drug- eases butsuccessfully hundreds gtv.n take the case and does not He treats at the Church of the Good of the term: Our well beloved brother of the gists. services Any reliable druggist who unless a cure can be guaranteed. Jury no. 1 James Conley, J. H. Capital, recognizing the excellence will be conShepherd Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing may not have it on hand will producted by Rev. Father James Gorey, Sheets, Andrew Thomason, J. S. Wil- of the article, copied it, and adhering tho cure it promptly for any one who in thn oars, Deafness, Diseases of Kidtemporary pastor. the L. A. Trumbo,W. D. McOhesney, to the long established rule in all well Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, 8 a. m., low mass son, wishes to try it. Do not accept any High mass at ney, Urinary and lllndder Troubles, L. at 10 a. m., andvespers at 7:30 p. m. B. B. Jeffers, Milton Moore, B. Arm- regulated offices, viz: "Follow copy substitute. Briglit's Disease, Dyspepsia, ConstipaWhite even if goes out the window," let it strong, John Trurabo, W. tion lthcnniutisui Paralysis. it CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. and Sam Cogswell. A. H. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostrate Gland SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, OhhibTiaW Church Rev. George go just as published in the Observer. trouble: w.is glvenup to die by nil general practiLOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. Darsio, the pastor, will occupy his Jury no 2 J. R. Hawkins, Wm. boys, but we all tioners I consulted, and I myself gave up ull hope, It's pretty mude my will und so arranged my business, was at 11 and 8:00 as Powers, Wm. Hiatt, W. G. Sargent, have to stand tough, pulpit it sometimes. Ctithtt her every half usual. Wm. Haydon, G. F. Webster, George EXECUTORS NOTIC. obliged to usewell,Frankfort, Dr.KyWulter.hour. ofAnd cured by now entirely Young People's Society of Christian Huffman, Finney Bryant, A. W. ten Catarrh Interesting: to Ladies. 0. U. Thomas years standing; um now completely cured by Dr, will hold their weekly prayEndeavor Walter. at Cromwell, L. L. Cox and D. M. Wooder meeting in the Lecture-room- , UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN DULY Dear Madam Does your husband EPILEPSY OR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. qualified as the executrix and executor of son. 7:30 p., m. seem tired of you, are you always the esuito ot James M. Wood, decea ed, In the BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, On Tuesday the case of J. W. Wil-hoi- t, you and your husband Franklin County Court. All persons Indebted to Scrotula, Stricture, (ileet, etc . cured by ImDo make of Shelby county, who shot his avo little spats now and then? This said James M. Woodus,are requested tohaving proved und never falling remedies. Leucorrhea, Methodist Church Rev. H. G. payment ut once and all those DISEASES OK WOMfcN. such us will preach is the case with most married people; claims agulnst the to Henderson estate ot the said decedent painful menstruation, displacement of womb, wife at the residence of Mr. John proven, to tlio under- - bearing down pains In back, relieved In short morning at 11 o'clock and in the Toppass, near this city, was called and the only way you will ever live will present them, properly AN J1AIU WUUU, JiX'W. time. in perfect harmony is to restore the sinned evening at 8 o'clock. HOUSTON D. WOOD, Ex'or YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED MEN suffering 8unday-schoconvenes at 9:30 a.m. and it was agreed to Bubmit the law Sparkling eyes, rosy cheeks, strength, June 11 St. from Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Eruptions, tho result of eirors or excesses, should call before It The Epworth League will meet in and the facts to the Court, and after vigor and playfulness of girlhood; Is too late, and guarantee u cure Superfluous hair the class room at 7:30 o'clock p. m. hearing the case Judge Montfort then your husband will stick to you und all eruptions on the face permanently relike he did in your courting days, a cordial Mr. Henderson extends moved. Remember th date and come r nrly, as his invitation to the members of the fined Wilhoit 500 for the shooting and not be seoking the society of lV!!2Ov stops. Oeneral Assembly to attend these and gave him ten days in jail and 25 other ladies. m rooms ure always crowded wherever he private or Examination and consultation free, If you will try one package of "Rose eorvices. fine for carrying concealed a deadly confidential. Address Buds" you will not regret it; it will weapon. LYMAN P. WALTER, M. D., make a new woman of you. "Rose Rev. R. E. Steele, Chaplain of the Tuesday morning the case of John Buds" will absolutly cure Congestion, Louisville, Ky. IsTow Orleans Seaman's Bethel, will and Falling the Womb. MHE6 Dr. Wulter can refer you to hundreds of cases deliver an address in the Southern Lumkin, better known as ''Dough- Inflamation or Whites, ofRupture at miles In your the Union, r leBS0ysvar(Ti!yTES87 --- 1 whlcu heown State und every state Infollowing: Presbyterian Ohurch Monday even- bellv charted with the murder of Leucorrhea Ovarian Tumors, Miscarhas cured, umongtuem the .t The Naco Powell, at a festival in Craw Childbirth, 27th. at 8 o'clock. ing. Julv Darwin, Hid., SuppressMrs. Uev. J. L. r, ed and painful meustratlons. Mrs. Henry address will be on the subject of last winter, was taken up. The riages and all the distressing symptoms; such as Bearing down pains, Camden, ind., Female Trouble. Mrs. It. W. "Work Among Seamen, and will be Crockett, Delphi. Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. (ius Back Ache, Head Ache, interesting to all who have never evidence was all in by three o'clock Sleeplessness, etc. Its Melancholy. Mrs. Martha Owusco, Ind., Lung Trouble. wonderful argument Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast reheard of this work. All are invited in the afternoon and the effects are noticed from the first apknife or caustic. Miss HetUe moved without CHE SHOltTBST to attend. begun. Illock, MIchlgantown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T, E. plication. Loucorrhea or Whites are Mccarty, Tipton, Ind., Cutarrh. Mrs. Rosa The case was given to the jury just usually cured by ono or two applicaOrleans Cookson, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eye straightened. to No doctor's examination-tre- at tions. Mrs. Surah Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh und before court adjourned for the day, Out of Jail. Asthma of long standing. Mrs M. Clark, and next morning they returned a 1.00. yourself. By mail, postpaid, Mooresvllle. Ind., Cancer, cared without knife or Time, 25 Hours. The Leverette Specific Co., caustic Miss Snrah Dougherty, Hockheld, ind., Ella Dickerson, the young girl verdict of guilty, and fixed the pun- 339 Washington St., Boston, Mass. Epllepsey. Mrs. Lancaster, Vlvalla. Ind , KidSOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. ney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind., Kidcharged with the murder of her ishment at five years confinement in ney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unvorsuw, Martinsville. The shortest und quickest. released from jail yester- the Penitentiary. child, was InU., Cuturrh. Doctors said would die with conDarby' s Prophylactic as well tonlay as ever. Gard, day, Mr. Alex Szymanski agreeing to The case of the Commonwealth Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala sumption. IsInd., Kidney trouble forWm. A. years. Burlington, four Will Use it in every sick-rooDr. Walter cured 1110 two years ago have not care of and be responsible for vs. Ambroso Polsgrove, charged take been tioubled since. Elijah 'jolor, Burlington, Time, 26 Hours, with the killing of Jerry Williams keep the atmosphere pure and her until after her trial. Stomach trouble, could not see after business as ever. James Wyatt, Delphi, Vestlbuled Trains. The Short line be am us well Solid on in this city last November, has wholesomejremoving all bad odors tween Cincinnati und Ind,, Could not hear and had constant dischare been sot for trial on Monday next. from any source. from my eurs. Dr. Walter cured rne entirely. Lexinoton, Kt., Time, 2Vz Hours 2 Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J C. Canine, Court Matters. " Knoxville. Tenx., ' Will destroy all Disease Germs, AanKviLLE,' N. C, " 17 " Wnverlund. Hid., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller, 11 Greencustle, Cancer ot Eye. Mrs. Mary Jones, Chattanooua.Tknn., anyone Sower Ahler can In the U. S. Court on Saturday, goodB for&the Fourth furnish or pic- infection from all Fevers and all Edlnburg, Brlghts Disease. IB Gi., Atlanta, " 16 ' of July milMINOUAlt. ALA.. Dr. Walter gives these names by permission " David Linn was given one year in the nics cheaper than any firm in the contagious diseases. Direct Connections ut NewOrleansand Shrev and they request that ull sufferers should write to Michigan, city. port for Texas. Mexico and California. Penitentiary at Detroit, The eminent physician, J.Mari- Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway them in regurd alsotheir case. testimonials from bus many Dr. Wulter m on Sims, of New York, says: "I ?luOoori?atown 5:15 a.m.; urrlveCInolnnatl 10:26 having been cured of private diseases for breaking into the Post Office at ut does not publish them even by permission Qulokor than any other line. Orayson, Carter county, Thos. J. If you want sulphur water, fresh am convinced that Prof. Darby's a.m.trains arrlr ntdepartfromCentralUnlon but will furnish them upon application. Address All from the Murray well, loft at your ProphylacticFluid is a most valu Depot, Cincinnati. Hudder, was given five years in the residence every morning, leave For Rates. Maps, icnaares P. M. D. eame institution for counterfeiting orders at W. H. Averill's drug store, able disinfectant," E. T. OHARLETON, 21 . m D. P. & T. A, Chattanooga. and Harry Spalding was sent to the the U. S. Express office or H. R. D. , EDWARDS, MILLER, D. Louisville, Ky. Children Cry Castorla? 9- P. & A. T Xraf. Mne. Cincinnati, 0. House of Correction, in Washington Williams' grocery. 30-t- f. Funny Mistakes. ''V irt'' &f$PpsGS usual-Sunday-scho- To-morro- '! sur-Klc- al ol nmitmOT -- mo IKllE$!SsSail In m 'MWMfigP as. Grl-de- Gln-rlc- h. 3 hmim 39-l- y 11 42-l- t. Lyman Walter, 23-t- f. .for-Pitcher- 's - .fjJMhltN rtl.ii BIHEHI H m &&rigd9 IFW JiUlil Tixese stud. W ADDISON WAT CCJOSr CtCXjIO JTIXjXjEZD. The Only Low Cost Time keepers which are Accurate and Reliable. GCLD Ot3a.er Styles. SUL.VER. The COLD FILLED cases are WARRANTED for FIFTEEN YEARS. H. Designs in Plain Burnished, Plain Satin, Satin Engraved, Engine Turned and Hand Engraved. Hand Engraved, Price w Hand Engraved, Price $8. M. A. SELBERT, will be held. It will afford an opportunity to the boys to m;ike acquaintances whioh will aid them in having a good time at the Blue Grass Capital. No wheelman who has every attended one of the State Meets will ever stay away from another if ho can help it, and I predict that Lexington will bo no exception in the matter of a jolly time, as our neighbor never does thing by halves when she sets to work. n Jeweler, Irv Jtr Satin Engraved, Price $6. FRANKFORT, KY. m -- Dr. Kale's Household Oint- ment Concert at Cedar Cliapel. On Tuesday night, the 2 1st inst , the ladies of Cedar Chapel Church, near Farmdale, assisted by a number of young ladies and gentlemen of Franklort, gave a concert for the pur- of raising funds to buy an organ or the church. Mr. S. O. Bull acted as master of ceremonies and Prof. Wayland Graham presided at the piano. After prayer by Rev. F. W. Ebor-hard- t, the following programme was rendered: VocalDuet Wanderer's Night Song-Mi- sses Scofield and Hughes. Piano Solo Mr. James Banta. Song "Kiss" Miss .Mary Pattio. Violin Solo Mr. Louis Harris. ,.' k w- - for Pneumonia. Outs, Bruises, Hums, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: The tragic end of young Daily on different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 23 and 50c. boxes. Thursday night, while it cannot but Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpen- prove a warning to those of the boys who are incline to lead fast lives, yet ter's South Side drug store. seems so pitiful; a punishment so out of proportion to his crime. Of Odds and Ends. course he was more to blame than anyone else but still it does seen a One op the most beautiful sights I proceeding to place such ever saw was to be witnessed at the a trap, and dangorous as well; for the mouth of Cedar Run on Tuesday innocent might have been caught in night, and for that matter Isupposo place of the guilty. It strikes me it can be seen nearly every night, that a little ingenuity might have but I never observed it before. I was perfected an arrangement which riding along tho pike and looked down would have been just as effective the valley, when all of a sudden it without endangering life, and I seemed as if a thousand sparkling doubt not the Messrs. Fincel derive gems had been scattered in the air. very poor satisfaction from the There were so many fireflies flitting stopping of the inroads upon their around that to look at them from till when they reflect at what a price above there seemed scarcely a square it was done. inch of spnee which they did not William. illumine. It waa such a solemnly beautiful scene that I shall never for- Allies' Nerve Liver 5-- ly Is tho finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific ti. ROGERS W Our Store for a .Akak Ask at h SON, BISSELL BOOKLET I New Ideas Putina Bright, k Brief Way jw I We have only a few of them, but every lady should have, one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about MSSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. cold-blood- ed get it. Pills. and K St s. people organized an impromptu picnic on Monday afternoon and spent tho time until dark at Noel's pond. Tho affair was in honor of "Miss Lizzie Lowry, of Covington, couples were and about twenty-fiv- e present. Mi68 Lowry has been the guest of Miss Flossie French for Chinese lanterns at Sower & Ahler's the past two weeks, and has made t. many friends during her short visit. from 20 cents a dozen up. 45-l42-l- Quite a numder of young society the liver, stomach and bowels though Act on a new principle regulating the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. Song Anchored Mr. Will McOlure. Song '"You" Miss Alma Scofield. Song The Villiago Blacksmith Mr. S. C. Bull. Violin Solo Mr. Louis Harris. Duet Misses Hughes. Song O Promise Me.. .Mr. F. D. Bull. Song RecompenHe..Miss Mary Pattio. Banjo and Harp Solo.. .Mr. Armstrong. Each of these were so well rendered as to make it very difficult to call attention to any particular one. for all are deserving of especial mention; but the duets by the Misses Hughes and Miss Alma Scofield and the songs of Miss Mary Pattie, together with the violin solos of Mr. Louis Harris, seemed to be the most appreciated by the audience. Miss Marv Pattie. daughter of Mr. O. D. Pattie, of Rich mond, iiy., captlvatod all with her sweet voice and beautiful singing. The evening was mo it enjoyable and interesting all through and a success financially. The church wishes to thank each and everyone for their assistance in this worthy cause. 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 F0K GIUNDINO PHOEITIS: HOTEEi, IN LEXINGTON. KY.. Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, HEMORRHOIDS Juno 17th, 1892. July 9th, 1892. July 30th, 1892. Aug. 20th, 1892. MOWING M A C II I N ES KNIVES, SHOVEL PLOWS. HATCHETS, AXES, GRUBBING HOES, TOOLS, ETC. -- Salis. (Piles) cured without surgical operation an d wltn little or no pain. REEERENCES . a $ioo Reward, $ioo. that science bos been able to cure iu all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's The readers of the Roundabout be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease will Notice. I have tried river, lake and sea bathing in various parts of the country, but I have yet to find any water which is more delightful than our own Kentucky, Just at present it is the finest season of the year to enjoy it, and the water is in prime condition. But it is not half appreciated. Few except small boys ever take advantage of it; and to the girls it is an unknown luxury. What has become of the swimming craze so prevalent, a year or two ago? Don't the girls care anything about it any more? The bad results which I predicted if the base ball club and its friends kept on indulging in bets on tho games, have come to pass. Roxy Davis went to Louisville on Monday, probably on perfectly legitimate business; but no sooner was he gone than it was whispered around town by some of the outside betters, that he had gone to "fix" the Mutuals. Now, I think this was a grave to Roxy and the club management; but I repeat, as I said hint week, that so long as tho olub officials indulge in, permit or encourage betting, just so long will such talk and rumors float around. co Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires n constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the L. B. Marshall, constitution and assisting nature in June President. doing its work. The proprietors t have so much faith in its curative To Louisville. that thoy offer One Sowers, for any case that ft Hundred fails to On account of Knights of Honor curo. Send for list of testimonials. Celebration at Louisville Juno 30th, F. J. CHEENEY & CO., the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip Toledo, O. tickets to Louisville on Juno 29, and CST Sold by druggists, 75c. 8 for morning trains Juno 30, good to return until and on July 2d, at 2.62. BougEat a Business House. semi-annual There will be a meeting of tho Stockholders of the People's Homestead and Savings Association at the Secretary's office 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 on the regular series opened by this association, and also for a special series of stock, in which payments will be 10 cents per week. 18-td. Jas. David Moore, Benson, Ky. M. Wtthrow, Frankfort, Ky. w. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. V. Borberlcli. Frankfort, hy. Rev. L. P. Hulett. Benson. Ky. A. II. JlcClure, Frankfort, Ky. V. J. Hushes, Frankfort, Ky. ''mfkiMM DR. KELLEY'S office nncl residence is at 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day of eacli week except SATUR- Tho best and only successful over made for the purpose. For bale by PRICE $5 00. JUSTIN BROS. DAYS, r"amphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to anyone by addressing W. I. KELLEY, M. D., 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE. W. W. Alexander, Agent. King's Royal Germeteur. tho medicine of tho century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with the people Jb the acknowledged wonder of the medicine world. Based upon tho Germ theory of Diseases, it is uniquo, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Spcoifio for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt the most reliable germ destroyer in and to tho extent that the theory is correct, King's Royal ormetour is tho remedy. It is no accident but 1b tho result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For 19 sale by Chapman & Williams. Pre-eminentl- y ex-istan- Mr. T. G. Julian, tho druggist and bookseller, will, on or before August 1st, move into tho corner building ho recently bought of Messrs. Wells and Thompson. This is one of the best stands in the city, and will add new trade to Mr. Julian's already largo business. ML Sterling Sentinel. LOSS OF APPETITE, tonic CXJH238 The Most Succussful Uemcdy ever discovered, as It Ii certain In Its effects and does not blister. Read proof below : Kendall's Spavin Cure. LlTTLK i! As a family medicine Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer passes from siro to Yours truly, Keep tho head cool, tho feet warm son as a legaoy. If you have kidney, PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTJLE. F. D. COOLKY. and tho bowels open. Aunt Fanny's liver or blood disorder do not dolay, Health Restorer Is a vegetable prepa- but get a freo sample package of this J. ED RAY & CO., Manfs. and Proprs., Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for Quite a number of local wheel- ration and acts as a natural laxative, remedy at once. If you have Indiges$B. All druggists have It or can get It IA.It.X, ICY. tion. Constipation, Headache, Rheuto- and is the greatest remedy ever dismen will take a run to Versailles for you, or it will be sent to any admorrow afternoon. The Nioholas-vill- covered for tho ouro of Dyspepsia, matism, etc., this grand specific will W. E. AVERILL, dress Sole Agont, tors, on receipt of price by the proprieLexington and Midway wheel- Liver Complaint and all Blood, Liver ouro you. Ohapman & Williams, tho DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., men will each send delegates, and an and Kidney Diseases. Call on Chap- leading druggists, are distributing Frankfort, Ky. Enosburgri Falls, Vermont. impromptu meet preparatory to tho man & Williams and get a trial pack- samples free to the afilicted. Large 28 Jnnel3-ly- . packages 50o. Aug.My, WL, 28 Stake Meet, at Lexington next month, age freo. Large sizo 60o. o, The numbrr of Frankfort people who will leave shortly to spend tho rest of the heated term at tho various resorts is quite largo. Miss M. Scottio Ohinn, Miss Margaret Lewis and Prof. J. D, Coleman will go to Martha's Vineyard, Mass., to attend the Seashore Normal School. Thoy leave about July 8. Miss Mary Mason Scott and her cousin, Mr. Mason Barrett, leavo about July 1st for a trip to Europo'. Quite a number will go to Old Point and White Sulphur early next month, and all in all, tho dog days bid fair to be unusually dull to those loft behind, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sour Stomach, Sleeplessness, Headache, Nervous Prostration, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Energy, afilicted by a cough or cold will find it a friend." There is no danger Weakness of Back, Feelings of from whooping cough when this Languor and Lassitude, Genis freely givon. 25 and 50 cent eral Debility, La Grippe, bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, DrugEtc., Etc. gist. tor, of Iowa, says: "I have used Chamberlain's' Cough Remedy in my family and have no hesitation in saying it isan excellontromody. I believe all that is claimed for it. Porsons rom-od- y Hon. W. V. Lucas, Ex-Stat- o Audi- Kendall Co.: Is with tho greatest satis faction that r Inform you that 1 liavucureil tho following diseases: Hwconey, Shoulder .Joint I.uiiiciiCbrt.Stlllo sShoe-ltol- l, .lotut I.uiiiciu'h iu Foro Foot. I am working on Ilin.Jaliic IinmcnoHM and will euro that nil with Kendall's Spavin Cure. It Is tho best Liniment for manor beast I havoever used. I recommend It to all horso owners. Horses that I have worked on are valuable, but without your Liulmeiit would be worthless. I hnvo friends who used It for SprnliiH and JlruIneH and cured them. Thoy say it In tho best they ever used. Yours truly, X. U.S. WELLS. Diu B. J. dents-- It Rock, Ark., Aug. 23, '$0. Kendall's Spavin Cure. MONTO 39-l- The Goden Secret of Lone: Life. From Sire to Son. In use for 25 y tars tor eminent physician nnrt BiirKorms in the United Hiatex, und pro- nounced by them tho best TONIU extant. others It cures where allyour fall. Try It and b Druggist for It. convinced. Asic J. Kendall Co., Enu. burgh Fulls, Vt.i tho year 1SJI I treated with Kendall's Spavin Curo a Ilono tipnvln of seven years stand lug nearly as large a a heus egg and completely stopped tho lameness and removed tho enlarge inont. Have worked the horso very hard ever since, he nover has shown any lameness neither can I see any difference lu tho slzu of tho hoelc. Do. D. Qents-- In Visto, Colo., Dec. 21, 18S9. ? V"" ' 8 .- J:t i ' - i ESKxnrxiaBKBi CMFfc. TJBDE BEST Clothing; Hats, ullUoiS C3-- 0 Furnishings HI fS TO " Bast and Biggast J9 Best, Biggest and Cheapest SHOE HOUSE In Kentucky. FBANKFOET AND kOTJXSVILLSi. 77"E3 JSLj&TVJEI SHOE HOUSE In 3entuo3y. - r TIESE Vi BIGGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST Dress Suits,- M SEE OUR Clothing, Hat, Shoe and Furnishing Houses in Kentucky. Good Suits, $5, $6, $7, S8. Fine Suits, $10, $15, $20. $15, $20, $25, $30. SEE OUR Boys' and Children's CRUTCH FRANKFORT jjii7Z32?w Et m d I Kiln ww Boys' and Children's LOUISVILLE. 'gyyAyTra!reOTara Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters song of praise. -- ing the same s A purer medicine does not exist, rand it is guaranteed to do all that Is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as wejlas cure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money efunded. Price 50 cts. .and $1 per bottle at South Side drug store. P. H. Carpenter. 5 Shouiu Be House. .- irery Sharps-burg- , CHILD BIRTH " Mothers' 371 Clay St., says he will not be without Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with Pneumonia after an attack of "LkGrippe" when various other remedies and several physicians had done her no good. Robert Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., claimB Dr. King's New Discovery has done him more good than anything ho ever used for Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try it. Free Trial Bottles at P. H. Carpenter's Drug Store. Large 5 oottles, 50c. and 1 00 PoM J. B. Wilson, MADE EASYl WM, CROMWEU ATTORNEY-AT-LAW TABLER'SDII BlllfWEVI! Friend " is a scientifically prepared Liniment, every ingredient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown RBAZ, ESTATE AGENT WILL PRACTICE DJ THB COURTS Or 11 Franklin and tba adjoining eountlet, ane will alto glre tpcial attention to the purcha and tale of real estate, collection of nta chUn and the lecottaunn of loans. I riLC "MOTHERS FRIEND" WILL DO all tnat is claimed for it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers " mailed FREE, containing valuable information and 1.C0 r Inn'JR-l- v OMBES IOTTOBOT81LES, Moore's Poultry Remedy. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IS years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. CO., BT.LOCIS. FrepirtdfcRICIURDSOS.TJlTLOnyED. Buereries. carriages and harness re paired by the Kentucky and Harness TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE 1 market. Postively prevents and cures Company. 15-t- f. LOUISVILLE MARKET. TOBACCO voluntary testimonials. Sent by express on receipt of price BOLD BY ALL CHOLERA AND GAPES. Kentucky Midland Sbortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND per bottle DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga. rUGGI8Ta More then pays for Its use in the extra production of FRANKFORT, FURNISHED BY GLOVER A DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. FOR SALE. SOUR-MAS- 3E - - as - Onlr direct line between One Way to be Happy, prepare yourself and call at once on Chapman & Williams and get a trial "bottle of Otto's Cure, the great German Remedy, Free. We give it away to prove that we have a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption, and all diseases of the throat 28 nnd lungs. Large sizes 60c. Is at all times to attend the comforts of your family. Should any one of them catch a slight cold or cough, vs "When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla. When sho was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. When she became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. When she had Children, she gave them Castorla. DISTILLKRY, NOW Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris. CarSales on our market for the week A SMALL in operation, for justclosed amouutto 2,990 hhds., with A rare bargain. Apply sale cheat). Only $4,000. to M. T. MITCHELL, receipts for the same period of 3.351 lisle, Haysnlle, Cynthiana, FalJan.23-tf- . Frankfort Ky. hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 86,744 hhds. Sales CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, mouth and Covington, of the crop of 1891 on ourmarket to Newport News & ississippi Co, Valley date 74,244 hhds. MIDLAND. VIA KY. ASK FOR TICKETS PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS- Our market this week has been ex coedingly strong and active for the Washington, Philadelphia, two extremes in quality of burley Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS TBAfNS RUN BY GENTflAL STANDARD TIME. Now York, Baltimore, tobacco, that is, the low grades, and AND SUNDRIES. Sea-Sho- re Old Point and the such leaf as could bo classed as high TIME TABLE JUNE 20, 1892. or good. The medium grades of AND ALL. EASTERN CITIES. Finest SODA WATER in Frankfort. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. 1891. miery goods nave been rather irreguI' M P M II' M lar and quiet. The work of putting April . Limited Accm. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS E AST. Dally Dully Mull the crop on the hill has been about EAST BOUND Fust Express, Ex Dully. Dally. bun. ex Sun completed and thopresont indications 1.00 G.00 3 80 Lv. Frankfort . . . A . aepm 000 pin 11 40am 7 are that it is hardly as large as was Lexington . Lve 8 35am 645pm 1280pm 0 uupm C.06 1.10 3.36 Lv. Summit i 24am Winchester " promised earlier in the season. U 11 3.41 1.25 Lr. Elkiiorn 854nn 712pm l uopni 7 35pm Mt. Sterling " 1.40 3.43 0.18 Lv.SwItzer UAiur. The following quotations fairly O.if.2 4 02 2.00 Lv. Stamping Ground . 1210am represent our market for burley Ashland. . " U 23pm 1007pm 840am 4 (J G.S'J 2.10 Lv. Duvall 1023pm 5'Jaui Uattlatuburg " I 9-- Get a trlul box. Trash (dark) or damaged trash tobacco, crop ot 1891: Xc J 3 00 tobacco Common Colory trash... 4 60 Medium to good colory $ 1 50 0 50 Now York Arr. 12'Jum 00 50 14 00 8 00 14 00 17 00 22 00 WEST BOUND. Huntington " Lsoupm 10 i7pm Washington " osjpin 2 10pm Philadelphia " 10 17am 550pm 820pm attain Common lugs not colory 5 00 Medium to good colory 8 00 lugs 6 60 Common Colory lugs Common to medium leaf 9 00 14 00 Medium to good loaf. 17 00 Good to flnoloaf. 6 00 DAILY, 1 Lv. Johnson Lv. Georgetown Lv. 0. S. Depot I v. Newtown Lv. Ceutrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Purls ...... ...... C. I I . . .B. G44 0 52 (i.&G 7.UD 7.18 7.23 7.37 A M I 4.14 4.22 4.32 4.47 4.66 6.01 6.15 A. 22 00 27 00 tobacco W. H. Morgan, M. D., D. S., Dean of Vanderbilt Dental College, of Nashville, Tenn., says. '"The Eleo- tropoiso entirely relieved mo of Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ington. HUMTINGTON J & MOREHEAD ttccommr.da sevoro rheumatism, enabled mo to tlons run dally. Bleep well and get about without For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom, LEXINGTON crutches; also cured my wife of rheu- land, situated about two miles west MT. STERLING &MORBUEAD& LEXINGTON accommodations run dally matism.'' Dr. Morgan is one of the of Frankfort, on L. &N. Railroad, adknown dentists in the South. best joining W. L. Collins. Will sell the THROUGH SLEEPING OAltd to una irom whole or in lots at a bargain. For usulnjton and New York without change. Dullols & Webb, G W. lUiWKr, C. L, Brown, particulars call on Room 10, Norton Block) O. A.. Lexington, Ky. Oen. Pass. Agent, J. A. Coins, Corner Fourth and JeTersou, W.S. Harbison, Louisville, Ky. Millville, Ky. U.A., Ashland. Ky. Select or wrappery 35pm GiSrm 711pm i 4 pm 037um 205pm v L'pm Ashland Ex Sun Mt. Sterling Lvo. 10 27am 508pm 1 20pm 625am Winchester . " 1115am 45pm 1 55pm 715.un Lexington . Arr. 1205pm 02upm 1 iopra 805am Louisville Arr. 5 25pm 950pm 7 4(nm 11150am LIMITED VK3TIBULBD DRAINS run dully In couuejtloii tvitu Uadijpdait) Jc Onlo 'F. F. v.", to New York. I'ltAUNS runs dally una FAST MAIL make local stops between Lexington uud Hunt- Huntington Lve. 600am 0 25 im Cattlettsburg V M I I M I 2.20 2.85 3.00 3.50 3.30 3.45 4.00 F M' ..." I 111 1 No. 2. I No. 4 Lv. Paris . . . . C . 8.00 5.50 8.12 C.02 Ar. Elizabeth 6.0U 8.16 Ar. Centervllle 8.21 Newtown Ar. f 14 0,12 Ar. 0 S. Depot . . . . 8.80 G.37 Ar. Georgetown . . B . 8.41 8.49 6.15 Ar. Johnson 6.61 8.54 Ar. Duvnll Ar.StamplngGround . 9.01 0.68 7.10 0 18 Ar. Swltzer 7.16 9.19 Ar. Elkiiorn 9.25 7.22 Ar. Summit Ar, Frankfort . . . A . 9.33 7.80 TRAINS WEST. No. 8 No.l2 4.35 5.01 5.10 6.25 6.62 7.05 7.16 7.85 7.65 6.45 ,f vjB a 8.10 8.20 8.30 connects with L. & N. B connects with Q. & 0. and L. S. 0 connects with K. C, A 3ooS The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- tlons form the sihortest and cheapest routo to all points north, south and west For further Information uddIt to their acents. E. B. WEIf ZEL, 0. D. BEROAW, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO, B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. fl