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Number 43 Wheat cutting in progress; about Tracy and son, Sam, are cultivating an immonce crop of corn here last Sun- day and will preach again on the fourth Sunday in July. Mr. John Pierce, whoso health has l)een very delecate for the past few months, is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allison, of Lebanon, visited Mr. Isham Pierce mnd family last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. John Burk and daughter, Mrs. Robert Nolan, of Ohoateville, visited Mrs. Edge and family of Pea Ridge Sunday-school 27 Difference The "Royal" the Strongest and Purest Baking Powder. Whether any other baking powder is equal to "Royal," let the official reports decide. When the different powders were purchased on the open market and examined by Prof. Chandler, of the New-Yor- k Board of Health, the result showed that Royal Baking Powder contained twenty-seve- n per cent, greater strength than any other brand. When compared in money value, this difference would be as foHows : If one pound of Royal Baking Powder sells for 50 cents, One pound of no other powder is worth over 36 cents. If another baking powder is forced upon you by the grocer in place of the Royal, see that you are charged the correspondingly lower price. scribing what you have got and prices, in next Ihsuo of the Roundabout and if it don't bring you two dollars for one invested send the bill to the Ridge Scribe, care of the Editor, and it will be promptly paid. "There is a falling off of voters compared with last year of about one hundred" Roundabout, June 18th. Where have they gone? Why to other cities and States for employment. More than that number of Frankfort citizens are now employed A still larger number in Lexington. are in Louisville, temporarily of course, though quite a number will make their home where they cret employment. In Frankfort the best chance for a workingman to get employment is to become a convict; they have work if every one else in town is idle. An estimate has been made, anu tne calcination is undoubtedly correct, that every labor has an average of 'five people dependent on his laborer, so that every convict S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. House Furnisnings. WE NOW HAVE ON EXHIBITION COMPLETE LINES OF Sunday. mr- SK tfft.. $- C ' s Br I-111- - mm 'jlK'7 2d to 6th. employed oulsiuo iruin 1110 wans iiodj At Scottsville, Texa3, Methodist of splintered jawbone attached, oniyuispiacesoneireeiauoreroutaiso Holiness Camp meeting, August 9th which' must have caused the un- tho five people depending on him for to 11th. fortunate victim the most exquisite support. Keep Cool and don't get excited. Take At New York. Young People's torture. Quite a number of working men Society of Christian Endeavor, July your time. If you are about to buy All those needing dental work of 7th to 10th. Hardware don't do so until you have had ought to seo this sample of the are now on tlie streets in questand For further information as to rates while on dentist's skill and then they would employment,merchants areMain time to examine the new lot on our St. Olair tho standing sleeping car berths, call on ticket know whore not to go to have their in their doorway waiting for custo- agents or write D. : G. Edwards, G. shelves. teeth drawn mers. If these had P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Gentle reader, this advice costs you employment the workingmen would nothing to regard it. Disregard it and have customers, merchants on our city Tools, ib may cost you intense suffering and streets convicts are but How's TJlis! employed at all j & broken jawbone. kinds of occupations, which takes We offer One Hundred Dollars ReThe killing of the unfortunate work from the workers and custo .young Daily hns been principal topic mers from the merchants. This ward for any case of Catarrh that Tte 3SS 11m. sb sl- 333C ? , of conversation on the Ridge, and matter is worth tho attention of the can not bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. quite a curious medley of opinions Board of Trade. Are the best and cheapest, and are only found at advanced. Everyone denounces set-lin-g Merchants, remember every con- F. J. Oheney&Co., Props., Toledo, O. Wo, tho undersigned, have known traps and thai setting the vict employed on the streets, no matdeath un that killed the unfortunate boy ter what his occupation is, displaces F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and was wicked, cruel and cowardly and one free laborer'and deprives you of believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and finan- .great sympathy is expressed for the your customers. cially able to carry out any obliga-- I family. "He had no business there .at that time. Ho could have escaped Staitlinjiy Facts. tions made by tho firm. West & Truax, Wholesalo Druggists, the shot by not being there." Quito tr,ue, but if every one in our county Toiecto, unio. Tho American people are rapidly was to be shot dead for being where becoming a race of nervous wrecks,-nn- Walding, Kinnan & Marvin. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. they had no business our populathe following suggests the best tion would be decidedly slim. Mr. remedy: Alphonao Hempfling, of Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interJFincel took what he thought proper Butler, Pa., swears that when hrs son nally, acting directly upon the blood precaution to protect his property, was speechless from St. Vitus dance and mucous surfaces of tho system. And only those who have suffered Dr. Miles' groat Restorative Nervine Price, 7oc. per bottle. Sold by all from night marauders are competent cured him. Mis. J. It. Miller, of druggists. to enter into judgement on his Valparaiso, and J. D. Taylor, of Action. The poor boy is not hero to Ind., each gained 20 pounds Buggies, carriages and harness reapeak for himself, so that if wo re- from taking it. Mrs. K. A. Gardner, paired by the Kentucky and Harness remember his faults we should also of Vistula, Ind., was oured of 40 or 60 Companj-- . member his dreadful punishment convulsions a day, and much headAnd "Lead us not into temptation ache, dizziness, backache and ner hxxt deliver us from evil." vous prostration by one bottle. Trial Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. bottleB, and fine of marvelous The directors of the Pea Ridgo cures free at J. book Gayle's, who W. compelled, much pike havo been -against their will, to place a toll gate recoin mends and guarantees this 3 remedy. on the pike to collect a small amount to koqp it repaired, and all Cumberland our people who are compelled Army 04' the At Cliicka- Rc-unio- u of Hotel.to travel that way go through mauga, September it much against their will, but very STThey will fill this space with an entirely new advcftiscat&tta 1892. .few travel that way. The old county road is being used again saddles short time. A number of Brigade andRogimen-ta- l instead 6t vehicles. What a change Associations will attond this refive cent toll will make. For instance, J. E. M. and Arctic used to bo the union. The Queen and Crescent r M. BEATTY, G, flour brands found in our houses, but Route havo made a half rate fare for I Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agtt since tho toll gate has been placed this occasion from Cincinnati to 9 Waddy and a Lawrenceburg Louisville. Wirder's and Hooker's Hello of BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. " TT TECE- 7acaTTJiTMtfcfc brand have run the first two brands Brigades havo arranged to tako a LEE, HKEATUITT, WOLFE, P1UGTICESIN out. It is because most of our spocial train over tho Queen and Powell, Clay and other counties people go to Bridgeport and Orescent Routo to Chattanooga for Sept. inllardinsvillo for supplies. this occasion. For rates or othor LET 115 I0U Tho toll to Hardinsvillo is tho formation address D. G. Edwards, G. .same as it is to Frankfort, but there P. A., Queen and Crescent Routo, W. HANDSOMEST LINE OF SOLID 00I.D is a wideaivako merchant there Cincinnati, Ohio. 5 watches ever seen In Frankfort, iiiul sold lit who will pay the toll of all his custobed rock prices. Perhaps you are laboring im mers from here. There is so much Fon Sale A New Process gaso- dcr tho delusion thut It Is necessary for you to &fSrQiR3gZTBH?, AV Et&W. importance in this matter that no line stove, which has boon used but bring a fortune with you. Such Is not tho case at 334 MAIN STREET, an acreeable Rurprlse. Will practice in all State Courts. Ofnotice will be taken of it by Fran- little and nearly as good as now, is nil, us I can treat you to L. COPPERSMITH. W. fice kfort merchants and so Bridgeport offered for Bale at a bargain, Apply Tiik Jkweleu, FRANKFORT, KY. Jan.SO-ly- . second floor, Custom House. 23 i St. Clair St. and Hardinsvillo put as mall ad, do- - at this office. office. A specimen of Frankfort dentistry is being exhibited on the Ridge and other parts of the county. All who see it make remarks that are not at Jill complimentary to the dentist, either for his intelligence, skill or humanity. It is a tooth with a section urer. Come Sunday at 3 p. m. Splendid growing weather weeds faBt outgrowing the corn, with har-vein progress. Some of our farmers are crowded with work so much that after cutting wheat all week they were compelled to thin corn last Sunday. The Board of Directors, at the last meeting, struck out Russell Mill from the name of our pike. It was very misleading because there is neither & mill or a Russell in our district. It will bo known hereafter simply as the Pea Ridge Pike. n Mr. John Angrave, the butcher, who has such a host of irienda in the county, is very sick at his residence near Bridgeport. Mr. Angrave has been a great sufferer for more than a year, being confined to his bed a greater part of the time. If the lady who was in Dr. J. S. Collins' oilice week before last when .a lady fainted in the dentist's chair will kindly send her address to Mrs. X. Edge, Frankfort, Ky., the favor will be appreciated. The Ridge Scribe wants the name .and address of the young man who Avas sent to Chapman & Williams' drug store for whisky to restore a iamting pationt same time ana place. Please leave name at Roundabout st well-know- Mrs. Ellen Dennis, Assistant, .Arthur Edge, Secretary and Treas- .Sunday, ivir. uorrans organized here last ouperiinen--dent, CARPETS, RUGS, STRAW MATTINGS, FURNITURE, WALL PAPERS, AND DRAPERIES, LOW WHICH WE ARE OFFERING AT SPECIAL PRICES. First-clas- s New and Attractive Styles. Strictly Goods. Reduced Rates Will be made by the Queen and Crescent Route for the following occasions and tickets will also bo sold Wood by the Louisville Southern Railroad: For the Fourth of July tickets at reduced rates will be sold on July 2, 3 and. 4, good for return until July 7th between all stations. At Rico's, Kentucky Epworth Bible Institute Camp Meeting, July 6th to SPECIALTIES. Mantel s, F siding Bed s --- S i aby Cirri :..?'!. Money saved by placing your orders with us. At Niagara Falls, Dental Congress, July 29th to August 6th. At Denver, Colorado, Triennial Conclave Knights Templar, August 17th. At Henderson, Kentucky Teachers State Association, July 18th to 20th. At Detroit, Michigan, Baptist Young People's Union of America. July lath to 14th. At Washington. D. 0., National Meeting of Wheelmen, July 16th to 17th. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &o. My Builders' Hardware, Garden Ice j Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers and H cd ! l nil IFff Hardware Merchant. JACOB SWIGERT & CCX, rt. 15-t- f. Have Removed From the H101 Baked Building d MD 102 KM STREET,- !- the Capital E. D MATTERS, f 41 J SSI hiimiio, t. J. CHINN, JR 41-t- f. 1. v., 2 ; Tx-o- v Sia-iririo- - SELLING OUT AT COST. 3MK&k,xrclnL We will begin selling at cost for cash our general lino of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Hue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All oods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Miss Hallie Duvall is visiting friends . .49 'M a fc . M "fu C. E. COLLINS & BRO., the Farmers Bank. H. in Lexington. Mrs. Mary Moore returned Thursday from a visit to Louisville. Mrs. M. L. Campbell, of Covington, 1b visiting relatives in this city. MIbs Mamie Hawkins left Monday for Louisville to spend a few days. Mr. M. P. Gray returned Monday from a two weeks' visit to Chicago. Mr. J. S. Polk, of Des Moines, Iowa, is the guest of Mr. William M. Saffoll. Crittenden returned Miss Rose Monday from a visit to Winchester. Miss Cordie Cannon has returned from a visit to her sister in Louisville. Miss Katie Green left Thursday afternoon to visit friends in Louisville. Rev. W. 0. Taylor left Tuesday lor a visit to friends in Rochester, New York. Dr. V. A. Kaltenbrun is able to be out again after an illness of several weeks. Mr. Dan Roche, jr., of Paris, is visiting his grandfather on Arlington, Heights. Versailles. this city. Mrs. Henderson accompa-nie- d Fleetwood Youngsters. her father home Wednesday for a few weeks' visit. At the auction sale of William Mr. W. L. Cannon and son, Master Easton, of Tattersall's of Now York, Hiram, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, at Chicago on Tuesday, Col. L. P. are visiting relatives in this city. Tarlton, of Fleetwood Farm, this Mr. George Hunt left Tuesday county, sold a string of young race afternoon for a month's visit to hifl stock, the get of Blue Eyes and other noted sires, for the best prices his parents in Greenville, Mississippi. Prof. Thomas Hunter is very ill lot of nine bringing a total of $13,500, with rheumatism at the residence of while eighteen sold by the Megibben Mr. W. G. Goodwin, on Lewis street. Edgewater Stud only brought $17,250, ! and eleven sold by Woodford Bros. Mr. Western Thomas, of Anderson, went for $10,000. Indiana, returned homo Monday, Following is a list of the horses after a visit in this city to his moth- sold by Col. Tarlton: er. Bay colt by imp. Woodlands-Foli- o Mrs. Ettie M. Wirgman, with her Farine; Bradley Bros. . 2,000 son, Master John B., of Louisville, is Chestnut filly by Blue Eyes-Etnvisiting her sister, Mrs. Sam'l. R. G. V. Hankins 1,000 Smith. Chestnut filly by imp. Judge and Mrs. Caswell Bennett, G. W. Leiby and Miss Virgiana, left last week for 650 & Son Crittenden Springs to spend the Brown colt by imp. Woodlands-Benita- ; summer. G. V. Hankins. . . . 2,800 Mr. Will Shelton, of St. Louis, Mo., Chestnut filly by Blues has been visiting the family to his 3,200 Bradley Bros uncle, Mr. D. 0. Barrett, in this city Chestnut filly by Blue this week. Chria. Smith. . . . 1,050 U. S. Gauger J. B. Lewis, who has Bay filly by Blue 1,100 P. M. West been on duty in this county for the has been transferred to Chestnut filly by Blue past month, a; Wood-lands-Guadia- GOOD THINGS ARE IK STORE FOR YOU. si JM - Vft THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE IN OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. Eyes-Missiv- e; OUR STOCK IS Eyes-Wand- a; Eyes-Verin- a; LIKE A STREAM hundreds take from it, yet it never diminishes. This, of course, is because there is a never-dyin- g spring of supply that feeds the stream. STREAMS STAGNATE- They become So do sluggish stocks decayed. They are not fit for commer- cialuse any more than decayed meat.. Finally, they are known as "dead." i Eyes-Woodlar- k; G. W. Leiby & 050 o; ft Dr. R. D. Rash, of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. Woodson Woods, of St. Louis, spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Mo., who has been visiting his this city. mother, in this city returned home Mrs. G. Russell Sneed will lleavo in Monday evening. a few days to spend the summer in Miss Nellie Orbison held a recapVirginia. tion Thursday evening from 8 to 11 in is the guest of honor of Miss Ida Locke, of Knox-villMiss Alice Withrow Tennessee. her uncle, Mr. S. D. Johnson, on the South Side. Mr. Henry Ireys, who has been Miss Margaret A. Lewis left Tues- visiting Mr. George Hunt in this city, day afternoon for a visit to friends in has returned to his home in Green-V.llMississippi. Lexington. Berryman, of VersailMiss Teresa Mrs. J. W. Quiggins, of Elizabeth-town- , les, is visiting Mrs. W. H. Posey, on who has been visiting her Third street. father, Mr. T. J. Mayhall, for several for weeks, left for home Thursday. Miss Belle Giltner leaves y a visit to relatives in Lexington and Col. A. H. Cunningham, wandering Fayette county evangelist for Chatfield & Woods, Mrs. W. P. Hudson returned Thurs- Cincinnati, waB in the city yesterday, day morning from a visit to relatives roping in unsuspecting citizens. in Harrodsbnrg. Misses Julia and Bessie Hodges, of Mrs. INickles, of Owen county, is in the city Saturvisiting her cousin, Miss Belle San- Louisville, arrived their aunt, Mrs. visiting day and are ders, in this city. Helen McOl ure, on Conway street. Mrs. Jennie Campbell, of LouisMrs. John M. Jamison and little ville, is visiting Mrs. J. H. Williamdaughter, of Millersburg, Bourbon son, near this city. county, who have been visiting relaMiss Katie Diamond, of Mt. Scer-linreturned homo Wednesday is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. H. tives here, morning. Gayle, on Cross street. Mrs. S. L. Winter and Mrs. R. D. Mrs. Mary A. Macklin left yesterLouis, who have been day for Battle Creek Springs, Michi- Rash, of St. visiting relatives in this city for sevgan, to spend a month. eral weeks, left for home Wednesday Mr. Frank W. Keyes returned Sat- afternoon. urday from a viBit of several weeks Misses Sallle Kirtley and Nellie to friends in New York. Hockensmith, of Frankfort, were the Mallory, of Chicago, guests of Master George Tilford SunMrs. Harry 0. Col Tom. day. Stamping Ground letter in the b visiting her father, Georgetown Times. on Steele street. Rodman, e, e, to-da- Son Bay filly by George O. O. SLUGGISH Kinney-Allegr- West, Jr. . . . 1,050 13,500 k Total Cholera infantum has lost its terrors since (he introduction of Chamberlain's Colic, Oholeraand Diarrhoea Remedy. When that remedy is used and the treatment as directed with each bottle is followed, a cure is certain. Mr. A. W. Walters, a prominent merchant at Waltersburg, 111., says: "It cured my baby boy of cholera infantum after several other remedies had failed. The child was so low that it seemed almost beyondi the aid of human hands or reach of 25 and 50 cent any medicine." bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. 43-l- CONSTANT KEEPS WATER CONDITION and a, IN THE BEST constant flow of trade keeps a stock in best condition. We have no dead stock,, because our stock never stands still. It is always flowing out and flowing in. MOTION y it Advertised Letters at Frankfort, Ky. DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVAN- TAG-of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading: with. ' Below will be found a list of advertised July 2di letters 1892: for the week ending Myers, B. R. Beckwith, L. S. Blanton,MissMin- - McKenley, J. J. Neal, W.B. nie (JiarK, miBb g, Hart, Ohas. D. Hardin, Evans Caldwell, Mary luiiu u'nunu.vjiiituio Reddish, Philis Sargent, Henry R. K. McCLURE. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. Miss Roberts.Miss Aline Rhodes, Miss Mary Sanford, Mrs. G. B. ad- Susan Johnson, Berry Jones, Miss Carrie Taylor, Mrs. Jones, Mrs Fannie (2) When Hawkins, W. O. calling for these letters say vertised. J. M. Saffell, Postmaster. The Old Original Remedy Leads. "germs," "bacoilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thua preventing people from buying the original tested modioino. "Radam's Miorobe Killor" is what you need. It is now, and for years haB been, making more curea than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't bo deceived. Sick people Bhould not bo deceived ," by pretenders who talk about "Mi-crobl- Capital City Business ESTABLISHED 1S91. College. Miss Laura Hodgos, of Lexington, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Hughes, on Second street. Mr. D. 0. Knight, formerly of this city but now of New Iberia, Louisiana, is visiting relatives hero. Hon. Clint Griffith, of Owonsboro, has been in the city this week, visiting his son, Mr. W. R. Griffith. Miles' Nerve and JLlver Pills. Southeast qorner Main and St. Clair streets, daughter, Mrs. H. G. Henderson, Business Correspondence, Shorthand, Horses fob Sale. As administra- Business writing, tor of Olaiborn Allen, deceased, I will Commercial Law, Typewriting, Bargains. offer at publio salo, on Monday next, day, two good work Arithmetic, Spelling, eto. County Court Grammar, MastinBroB. have some splendid horses, ono four years old and the advanced studen. Mr. J. W. Oaseldine, of Tallapoosa, second-han- d Surreys, Pheatona and other aged. Terms cash. Nlubt school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The Incorporation, John Allen, finished. DlpioMas awarded. Catalogue In press. Application made for Bpentlast Sunday with Tils Buggies that they offer cheap. Georgia, Kentucky. Mr. and Mra. M. J. Foley and children loft Monday for Pottsvlllo, Pennsylvania, to visit relatives. g Book-keeping, Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though Dr. the nerves. A new discovery. Miles' Pills speedily euro biliousnesB, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest, fin rlnnnn fnr 25 Rants. Samnlos free at y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky . 45-l- Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. 0 42-t- f. 43.lt. Administrator. We wye the beat home school of business In tho State of - '". :.fw 3 ;tf 'fl i SPRING HATS! PRING NECKWEAR! STD271HS "Woolens. Imported Adjourned. , eoncL Domestic Goods. , f Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. to have you look at them. Would be pleased HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! JAPANESE Tho grand jury made thoir final Teport to tho court on Thursday and adjourned. They found very few indictments, although they were in session ten days. Kentucky Buggy and Harness Is the place to buy. forte A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind orjlegree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Chronic, Recent or 1'eredltary. Mr. James Gordon and Miss Annie Itching, has positively never been known to This Remedy fall. $1.00 a box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by in nil preUetts were married at the residence paid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee to each purchaser of of Mr. James Betts, father of the positively given at one timer, to refunu six boxes, tne $5.00 bride, on New street, at 8:30 o'clock when ifpurchased paid not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. GAYLE. ond LKCOMPTE& GAYLE CO.. Drug"Wednesday evening, by Rev. W. G. gists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. Neville. lG-l- Married. Wr A CURE BUGGIES, Farmers, you can buy HARNESS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS first-clas- A carpenter by the name of M. S. Towers fell from the roof of a house in East Des Moines, Iowa, and sustained a painful and serious sprain of the wrist, which he cured with one bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Ho says it is worth $5 a bottle. It cost him 50 cents. For sale by J. W. 43 lm. Gayle, Druggist. Pheasant Affair. s You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. Circuit Court. Nothing but civil suits have occu- young ladies of the neighborhood pied the time of the court this week. were psesent, and the occasion was a Church Dedication On Thursday the juries were dis- very enjoyable one. missed until Tuesday and all crimiA new Baptist Church, which has nal cases were postponed until that Free Trade and Protec just been completed at Millville, :time. tion. Woodford county, will be dedicated Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis SUCCESSORS TO gave an elegant young ladies lunch at their country heme, Belair, near Woodlake, on Wednesday, in honor Salesroom, opposite court-housof Misses Mary Wilson Bell, Annie Bell and Mary Belle Logan, of and Mary Belle Halley, of "5TO"Cr:ES Payne's depot. About ten' other e. Shel-byvill- e, O. R. CRTJTCHER & CO. Factory, South warehouse. m jEaZTTIE BTJGG-- T ZF-AJCZtTT- March 26-t- f "WELL BRED, SOON W ED." GIRLS WHO USE Discharged. Mr. H. Fincel, who was arrested :for the killing of young Dailey with a trap gun last week, was brought before Judge Ben. G. Williams on Monday for an examining trial, and discharged on motion of the County Attorney. The Trouble Over. A prominent man in town exclaimed the other day: "My wife has "been wearing out her life from the effect of dyspepsia, liver complaint .and indigestion. Her case baffled the skill of our best physicians. .After using three packages of Aunt Panny's Health Restorer she is almost entirely well." Keep your blood in a Wealthy condition by tho use of this .great vegetable compound. Call on Chapman & Williams and get a trial package free. Large size COc. 20 Hon. R. Q. Horr, of Wisconsin, and Hon. Richard Hubbard, of Texas, will discuss Protection and Free Trade at the Chautauqua grounds in Lexington on Monday, and all politicians who feel an interest in such matters should go up there to hear them. Mr. Horr will advocate protection to American industries, while Mr. Hubbard will talk for the free trade end. First of tlie Season. Prof. T. M. Turner had roasting ears from his garden on Thursday, and can crow over the early gardeners, as it is not often one can eat corn of his own raising on the 30th of June in this section. It was of the Adams Extra Early variety. SAPOLIO Are Quiolsly Married ITeact July House-Cleanin- g: Try It In TTour To our Subscribers. The SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT whioh appeared in our columns some time since, announcing a special arrange ment with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., of Enosburgh Falls, Vt., publishers of UA Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases," whereby our subscribers wore enabled to obtain a copy of that valuable work free by sending their address to B. J. Kendall Co. (and nt A Little Girl's Experience in a Lighthouse. The Clay Banks. eighth annual picnic at Walcutt's spring, two miles up the river, on Monday, and we dare say no party which leaves tho city on that day to enjoy the Fourth will have more real genuine pleasure than the Clay Bankers. They are few in number, but they always manage to have oodlins of fun. Tho Clay Bank Club will give their enclosing a two-cestamp for mailing same) is renewed for a limited period. Wo trust all will avail themselves of tho opportunity of obtaining this valuable work. To every lover of the Horse it is indispensable, as it treats in a simple manner all tho diseases which afflict this noble animal. Its phenomenal sale throughout the United States and Canada make it standard authority. Mention this paper when sending for" Treatise." ' 37-t- f. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are keepers of tho Gov. Lighthouse at Sand Beach, Mich. , and are blessed with a daughter, four years old. Last April she was taken down with Measles, followed with a dreadful Cough and turning into a fever. Doc- '"PHIS SCHOOL FURNISHES THE ELEMENTS OF AN tors at home and at Detroit treated J education for boys and young men who desire to enter her. but in vain, sho grew worse rapidly, until she was a more "handful of bones." Then she tried Dr. King's Now Discovery and after tho use oi two and a half bortlbs, was complete- The Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBER, the 15th ly cured They say Dr. King's New Discovery is worth its weight in goid, 1892. For Catalogues, address yet you may get a trial bottle free at Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. FBOnTlLERCUY. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Colleges and "Universities. Andrew Puller Case. G Frankfort, Kentucky. Officers Elected. Capital Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F., elected the following officers at thoir mooting on Monday evening, to serve during the next six months: 0. W. Merchant, Noble Grand. Jake Abler, Vice Grand. Thomas B. Ford, Secretary. Geo. W. Roock, Treasurer. William McEnnis,Host. Turned On. olootrio light plant of tho Capital Gas and Eleotrio Light Co. was gotten into operation Monday and tho lights turned on for tho first timo that night. Tho merchants who are using them in place of tho arc lights are well pleasod, as tho light is not near so trying upon the eyes. Tho new incandescent Vacancies Filled. shortor than the other and ring and hole in tho right ear, can hear of her whereabouts by calling and paying for this notice. Tho party has had her for two weoks and wants the owner to come and take her away. Stray Cow The person who lost a dry Alderny cow, with ono horn FOR SALE. Frankfort National. e SHARES FRANKFORT NATIONAL BANK ti fatock will be sold at public auction In front of the Court House door, ut 12 o'clock, noan, July ith. County Court Dar. Don't full to attend tills sale, us the stock must be sold. July 2 It. 1 1 Mr. W. S. Dehoney tendered his Tesignation as Commissioner of tho Feeble-minde- d Instituto to tho Governor on Wednesday, after a service of eighteen years in tho position. 'This left two vacancies in tho Board, Mr. J. W. Pruott having re- lluclcleu's Arnica Salve. signed several weoks ago, which The bestsalve i n the world foi wore filled by tho Governor on 'Thursday, by tho appointment of Mr. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt F. V. Gray and Dr. V. A. Kentenbrun. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor! DANCING CLASS. Monday. Wednesday 10 o'clock. STRAUSS' CLASS IN M 1S3 KATIE tit Capital Hotel. Days DANCING now open of Tuition JunlS-t- f Died. In this city, on Friday, Juno 2ith, 1892, Harry, infant son of Mr. Harry Two Souses for Sale. I West Broadway aro for sale ut a reasonable price. Terms easy to suit purchasers. One house has Mx rooms the other seven rooms. Tney are both newly papered and painted. Have new fencing Ae , and are In thorough repair. For price call at LeCoinpte & Uuyle's, or on W. L. Jett. Juue and Friday mornings at If you want sulphur water, fresh .from tho Murray well, loft at your jesidonco every morning, leave orders at W. H. Avorill's drug store, tho U. S. Express office or H. R. "Williams' grocery. 23-t- f. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SquthSide drug store, 5-- iy P. H, Carpenter. FEMALE B.'O'Donnollandwifo. Mr. EmileFroy,who was for sovoral years foreman at tho Capital Offico, Nicholasville, Ky., died at his homo in Maysvillo on Wednesday with consumption. Mr. Mark Kershaw, formerly of this oity, father of Mr. J. Ed. Kor-sha- Miss I. Hewitt, Principal. janitor of tho Public School Building, died in Lexington Friday of last week and tho remains wero SESSION SECOND MONDAY IN September, 189a. interred in tho Cemetery at GeorgeFor catalogues apply to Principal as above. w, JH I, XHKTWO FRAMK HOUSES SITUATED ON IK, SEE HERE! T WISH TO INFORM MY OLD CUSTOMERS 1 that I have Just my meat store at 830 Second street. In the llerndon block, where I town. July am prepared to furnish the most choice and tenderest cuts of all kinds of fresh meats, at the lowest prices. Cull and leave your orders and thejr will receive prompt attention. June lb-lZ. TAYLOR COLLINS. j.a REEjHSffl fVfPffTW9Jfl$ '7 F TW TwT P Ken " f non. wr'p,-i- .-, ' k 4 was formerly connected with tho tiAiNKFOflT ROUNDABOUT, tucky Military Institute, noar this Utortd at tho as second-claspoat-onic- T Death of Brownie ISolian- A letter received in this city on Saturday convoyed tho sad intelligence that little Brownie, youngest daughter of Mrs. Mary T Bohannon, died on Thursday of last week at tho residence of her mother in Independence, Missouri, aged eloven years. Tho little one was tho child of afiliction and fow days of her young life had been free from sufl'ir--' ing, but young ns bIio was she had given her heart to tho Blessed Savior, all her trials were borne without a murmur, and her death was but tho sweet, gentle sleep whitih precedes the glorious awaking in the beautiful hereafter. She was a grand daughter of tho lute William M. Todd, for many years a beloved citizen of this city, and was named for tho late o s at Frankfort, Kontucky mailable matter. city, elovon years six years as pupil and five years as teacher. &0, A. LE WIS.. Editor aud Publisher. Y. M. I. Picnic. Young Men's Institute, No. 101, of this city, will give a picnic, on Tuesday, July 10th in one of tho many beautiful groves near town. FRANKFORT, JULY 2, 1892. I W rCl 111 k fcMAAOwSi'isti A New Ilcparlure. i 1 A di In addition to our facilities for executing every vnriety of plnin and fancy letter press job work, we are now prepared to furnish all kinds of fine lithographic work, such as letter heads, bill heads, noto heads, cards, envelopes, checks, certificates of stock, &c. Tho work will bo gotten up in the latest stylo and on short notice. If you arc in need of any thing in that lino call and examino our samples beforo ordering. Closed Down. The Carlisle Distillery closed down for the season last week, and tho O. P. 0. Distillery ran out on Wednesday. Tho Hermitage Distillery will also close down next week. for Infants and Children " Cos tor 1 a la bo well adapted to children that I recommend It ns superior to any prescription known to mo." II. A. Ancrnw, M. D., HI So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. " Tho use of ' Castoria ' Is bo universal and Its merits so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorse It. Fow aro tho intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within cosy reach." Carlos MinTTH. D.D.. New York City. Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church. Lotc Pastor Tine Owtorlftcur oa Colic, Constipation, Bour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes pestlon. Without Injurious medication. Struck by Lightning;. ."NOT LOADED" PISTOJL Docs Its Work Quiclcly. James Nutgrass, a young man about 25 years of age and several companions from Graefensburg, Shelby county, came to this city Saturday and remained until late into the night, returning homo early Sunday morning. On nrriving in Qraefenburg they went to the grocery of Mr. Qibbs and .called him up lor some purpose. After getting what they wanted the whole party sat down in front of the store. In a few Nutgrass moments took a from pistol his pocket and began snapping it at the others. They told him to put it up as it might go off and hurt some of them. He replied, "ItB not loaded," placed it to his head and snapped it. He then pointed it at his head a second time, saying: "If it goes this time it me to send will hell in two minutes," This time the hammer struck a cartridge and the pistol exploded, the ball passing through the brain of the foolish young man and inflicting a wound from which ho died in a few During tho thunder storm of Tuesday night a largo tree in tho yard of of Messrs. W. J. Hughes Mrs. Mason Brown Mary Brown. the saw-mi- ll k Uo., on Wilkinson street, was struck by lightning and tho foliage Duly Appreciated. badly blighted. The Louisville Southern Railroad To has placed in service free parlor carf , leaving Louisville daily at 7:45 a. in. Ash Spaulding, David Linton and arriving at Lexington 11:10 a. m. Thos. J. Rudder, all convicted at tho Returning leaving Lexington daily late term of tho United States Court, at 3:55 p. m., arriving in Louisville at were taken to tho penitentiary at 7:25 p. m. Jeffersonville, Indiana, by Dbputy . In addition to the above, tho L. S. Marshal Con. McCarty, Tuesday, R. R , in connection with the Queen to begin serving thoir sentences. & Crescent Route, have put in a through coach leaving Louisville at More Improvements. 4:15 p.m. via. Burgin, arriving at Mr. William Craik has commenced Junction City at 8:40 p. m. Returning, leaving Junction City at 6 a. m., the erection of a handsome residence upon his lot on the north- arriving at Louisvillo at 10:50 a. m. east corner of Main and Campbell This equipment has been put on to streets, and Miss Louise A. Wiard has accomodate the increasing travel bejust completed an addition of several tween tho above sections of country, rooms to her residence upon the and will be a great convenience for south-eas- t corner of the same streets. the public in addition to being a source of revenue for tho railroad companies. Sale of Bank Stock. ' For several years I havo recommended your ' Castoria, ' and shall always contlnuo to-dso as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Iuidkb, M. D., "Tho "Winthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave.p New York City, Company, 77 rt Centaur Moriuy Stkbkt, Nkw York. lrison. Feb. 13-l- m$Mt U-S- mm mtimm near Christian Church. bo. Have opened Sale Booms on Ann Street, m two-stor- y ML M SEE fljiD HosTisqcASTrrr. GET PIES BKsiisqtmrrr. hours. Nutgrass was tho only child of a widow, and tho poor woman is nearly crazed by his sudden death at his own hands. He was a popular young man of bright mind and had he been thoroughly at himself would never have been guilty of such folly. A Southern Magazine. l. Microbe War. shows whnt disease is nndwhnt the umns of Eastern publications have remedy must be, and do, to cure It. Rend It, 1ST. B. Smith filled circulate It and'you will the discoverer for saving an your County Clerk caused them to become discouraged We aro informed by Mr. John life. Address and to abandon their literary aspira- Meagher, who purchased tho street order last week for a copy of a deed RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER. Nashville. Tenn. or LeCOMPTE railway franchise in this city, that conveying an immense body of land. J. W. GAYLEFranklin coui ty. & GAYLE CO. tions. sole agents for Jun, on tho Under the able editorship of the that the road will certainly be built; The instrument was executed Hon. J. Soule Smith (Falcon), of that a large portion of the material 13th of August, 1830, and conveyed II I RVV 0BAIN C. 3 Lexington, Ky., whose brilliant pro- for the same has been purchased and 2,552,3043 acres of land, lying in this ductions have given to him an envia- work will be commenced in due time. State and Virginia, from James ble position in tho literary world, this He says there is no doubt about our Swan to Samuel Allison. The originew magazine should, and doubtless having road, but his other interests nal deed was recorded by the late will, receive that support from South- have been so pressing in thoir de- Col. A. H. Ronnick and the copy n pages ern people its merit deserves. mands upon his time that he has not made of it covered m had an opportunity to look after tho of legal cap paper, closely written. Dn. E. C. West's Nkuvkand Bhain Treata guaranteed for listeria, DizziTlie Kentucky Training railway as he otherwise would, hence It was wanted by Mr. W. W. Adams, ment, Convulsions, specific Nervous Nouralla. ness, Hts, School, the delay in getting started on tho of Charleston, West Virginia. Headache, Nervous Prostiatlon caused by the uso of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Dework of construction. pression, Softening of the Drain resulting In InWhose card appears in another colIu His Office. sanity and lenillin; to mlsory, dec ty and death, umn, is a new candidate for public Premature Old Age, Darrcness, Loss of Power Cattle for Europe. Dr. O. B. Ohinn, having recovered In either sex, Involuntary Losres uud Spermafavor; although only established two torrhoea caused by of the brain, or contains years ago, its success has been reMr. Nelson Morris, of Chicago, sufficiently from his six months ill- one month's treatment. $1.00Hnch box six boxes a box, or markable. Last year every room shipped from this city, over tho Ken- ness to resume practice, was in his for 35 00, sent by mull prepaid on receipt of price. was full, and this summer now build- tucky Midland Railway,on Thursday, office yesterday for tho first time thiB WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. ings are being erected to accomodate twenty car loadB of beef cattle year, and hopes to bo able to come To euro any cose. With each orderrecelved by us $o,uu, we lorsixuoxes, uccoinpanieu the increased demand. The secrets he has been slopping at tho distille- over every day hereafter, and will bo send the purchaser our writmm guarantee towill reten to seo any of his friends fund tho money If the treatment does not effect of its success aro individual instruc- ries of tho George T. Stagg Co. the clad a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE & GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, tion and keeping every boarder in past season. The train was made up who aro in need of his professional Ky. the house with the Superintendent, of cars specially adapted to shipment services. Ho still retains tho same Frankfort, office on Ann street in the Capital which ends are secured by limiting of live stock, being provided with the number of cadots. Its course is the means for feeding and watering Hotel building. We will pay the above reward for any case of designed to accommodate that largo on tho route, and will run through One of the Speakers. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, class that demand a practical educa- solid to Boston, whence tho cattle Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot cure with when Chief Justice W. H. Holt will bo directions West's Vegetable Liver Pills, They the tion, as well as the more limited will be shipped by steamer to Europe. ure strictly complied with. uro Vegetable, and never fall to give satisfacnumber who wish to prepare for our The Midland may be a small road, one of the speakers at a grand cele- nuroly Sugar Coated, Large boxes, containing 80 leading universities. Its circular is but tho management can handle big bration of the Fourth of July on the tion. 20 cents. Ilewarof counterfeits and ImiPills, tations. Tho genuine manufactured only by readable from beginning to end. undertakings as well as any road in Fair Grounds at Mt. Sterling on THE JOHN 0. WE8T COMPANY, CHICAGO, Major Fowler, tho Superintendent, tho country, Monday. ILL. Forsaleby nll'drugglsi. lG-lI Mr. George G. Fetter, who for a w.irmth number of years has conducted a the I) tters i he cental through which this mimedicine dltfmes successful publishing establishment lllll'Vlua lklUHlUlUe UlCUlilUUIlthe sjstem, the Ul Ultt UIUUU. Its soo in the city of Louisville, Ky., will in nervous hlng and strengthening elfect It upon the system, specially recommends tothe and sick. 'X Is the great speclllc for connection with Mr. Charles Ernest Shober, the author of numerous articles and sketches of Southern life Won tlie Derby, and scenes, commence in July a monthly publication under the name Carlsbad, owned by Mr. Robert A. of "Fetter's Southern Magazine." Swigert, of Lexington, won the In construction and in point of merit American Derby at Chicago, Saturthis publication is to be of a high day, with Zaldivar second, Cicero class of excellence, handsomely third, Azra fourth, Ireland's Newton illustrated and will contain contribu fifth. Tho stake was worth 17,000 to tions from the pens of some of the the winner. best authors and essayists of the day. The statement published in the It is the intention of the publishers daily papers that Mr. Jos. Swigert, of to develop the vaBt amount of talent this city, won heavily on the race is in the South, and they invite corres- denied by a gentleman of this city pondence and contributions from who witnessed the race. unknown writers whose unsuccessful efforts to gain recognition in tho colSure to be Built. ma-Urlt- National Bank Dr. J. G. Hatchitt, for eighteen was in stock will bo offered at public sale at years postmaster in this city, town on Tuesday, looking just as the Court House door on Monday ALL next, County Court day. Persons young as he did twenty years ago. For the past six or eight years the having money to invest in such stock making his home in should be on hand, as it certainly will Doctor has been tho west, and is now one of the DISEASES! be sold. agents of the Government for the allotment of lands in severalty to Dead Sea Fruits. Consumption Cured. Sioux and Crow Indians and ha3 They slay multitudes when they are the pro- the "I nf been making his headquarters at tho 8Jl'1 believe It to ho nnn tw rim hut in.iiMna. duct of neglect of Incipient diseases. A "slight" T,ne Physicians, years iigo. snld my cold, a lit of Indigestion, blllloasn ss or consticonsumpilon. both lungs affected. 1 Yankton Reservation, in Wyoming. wife had to have find send her outh forueveral springs to pation each or any of these "minor ailments'' He has been transferred to Devil's : advance In many cases with It tdam's Microbe rlRhtnt Lake, in the same State, and he and his home attending to Killer alio has been In her business, nmi Is strides." Give them a swift, early defeat with better wife took advantage of a short leave health than she has been In 2ii jenr. , llostetter's Stomash Bitters and avert tho dan"It. T. POOLE. Cedartown. Ga." ger. AbeniHthy administered an uliirrnlnir re- of absence to visit their son, Mr. buke to the man who Informed him that he hud Several Diseases Cured. "onlyiicoldl" "Unlyacold."iepe.ited tho doc- Clay H. Hatchitt, at Newtown, Scott "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of tor. "What would you hove the plague!" Iluvlng been a sufferer from Rheumatism and m grlpp are easily extinguish county, and the Doctor ran down jour meuicine. ablo at tho start. Why ihen allow them to git here Tuesday to shako hands with weak lungs, bronchial infection and Indigestion. up u fill head of steim? Put on the brakes u It h Mn.iK jiitiuup Ainer uu oi mo auove shares Frankfort "league-destroylni- By reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that fifteen A Faiuiliar Face. CUKJES WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrrptndbrRIUIUnDSOS'TAYLOItllKD. FOR 20 YEARS I - old friends. ""I symtoms have How ve Celebrate. Tho glorious Fourth promises to he a quiet day in this city, although it falls on County Court day. The colored people will give a picnic out in Brown's Bottom, there will be two games of base ball played at Lake Park between tho Frankforts and the Olympic Club, of LouiBville the first game ut 10:30 in the morning and tho second at 3:30 in the afternoon and the wheelmen will give a bicycle tournament at Col. R. P. Pepper's track in the afternoon at 2 o'clock. Most of the business houses will be closed and the wholo'city will take a rest and try to keep, cool. entirely disappeared. " ours. etc.. sms JBjBP'k, a v?tiMBJSiiQ jS oTAX! SOLD EVERYWHERE. CO,, BT.L0TJT8. lltv jou written m, jet? If jou litTtn't, wlidom nd InLlllgent ambition luggeit I ll. rroniln you mr aPI rttcLl. Derfonil btlentlon. 1 un- Ifrlnk. to briefly ny ftlrlr Kich ntelllgent l'loo jf cither lex. who and who, mer initrucllun. Aril! nork ludut triouilr, bow Uoll-- . c reirln thtli own ocalltltl. whero ever the )lv. I Ttnu-un- s-ti $ "Janitor Howard THOS. L. DAVIP, Memorial Library. "New Orleans, La." iBSi J?4 vBam&aSGBmyr , i. cm read nnd rlie, "I have been a. sutlnrer from asthma nnd catarrh, for more thim two years p.ist. getting most of my sleep silting u In hed orreclli ing In n ch ilr 1 ha e used one J ngof It idam's Microbe Killer, nnd f r the Inst three weeks have been slewing naturally, soundly nnd sweetly nsji I attribute my relief to the remedy.and child. heartily recommend It to any one buttering from usthmatlc or catarrhal trouble. ' Respectfully. , Astlmia nnil Catarrh Cured. d - "Cashier in Dank of Adulrvllle. Ga." "EDWIN It. MOORE, will alio ftirnu cb aituatlon a whloh you can earn that amount. I charga nol&lnr and rcctlra notb-I- nc Fever nnd Flux Cured. on pcrion from "I cheerfully testify that nfter tiklng Microbe aach diatriet or Killer for nlteen days Iain entirely cured, after county. I hata albeing Kick two years with malarial fver, and ready taurht anj during which time I contracted other diseases, provided wftb emtlux, etc. I was ntended during this time by three ployment a larf number who ara of the best doctors of the city without being bene- maklnr orer Three 1 houeand Dollare a Year. each. All le new. "WJI.DOHEUTY, fitted, t Mid, lure. Full partlculiri free. Afleryouknowall.if you "10 Celeste fct., New Orleans. La." Snclude to ro no further, why, no harm le done. Addreee, Wp mi Dec.6-Iy- jmi2Zs&rzr ceitfUl, ap abort to unlaia iu-oouncuit nomine r.qulr.i much Uma. I drilrt but Itirn, or that For a Large Tract. Mr. Kadnni's Microbe Killor Cures all Diseases by Removing the Cause. Send 2 cents stamo for ALLi:, . JIox 4I2U, A intuitu, ilulne. circular and the FW 25c uAc jjcrjk jftuM .- vL fifty-seve- ( 2 t THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL Will bo sent to any address from now until January 1st, 1803, for twenty-fiv- e cents. Campaign year is now at hand: youmust keep posted, and the way to do so is to read VVV1 W "l1 W-- J i J i n self-ubu- THE O O M M B 11 0 1 A L-- tho only true exponent of protection and sound currency in the South. SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY $500 Reward! And examino it carefully you will be sure to subscribe. Address all letters and mako e all checks and orders payable to Post-offic- LOUISVILLE PRESS CO,, 16-l- y, v w T 5 ' J( HEADQUABTEES FOR EYEBT 1 THUSTG- - 0 1ST "WHEELS.m - a J!JftOraCi3 th' ' J Jra oJL JL J tawE msS&SSCTEy inSas - la0 aJLa nlin i'liwwjJ JLa i DEiLEHS wiww I3ST- .y ,4 X flwwtncJ bImhJUv asko Verr' mLiiimmI yJlumi hi bbm"' Kbuba hshp' bv4m Vrf .Wen nniini Jn bJUm Va iwliwi I M 'S) i w si "p i EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR it fg Columbus Buggy Co., jtfuggy vv Tro' w 'i orKS. ii ItSy HJ .' w 3K Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Snr-rie- s and Light Carriages. The H.H.BabcockCo.jBroom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern deYic-toria- s, Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the BEST VALUE for the money to be found ;. sign. TIME TAESILE. Tho following timo table is now effect upon the L. t N. road: TIIAIN8 WEST. any where. May be Extended. in in m m Banc Hall. INTERUPTED BY RAIN. No. No. 23 loavosFrnnkfort 17 leavoB No. 21 loavos Frankfort No 19 loaves Frankfort No. 20 loaves Frankfort Frankfort 5:50 n D:40 a, 3:00 p, 7:88 p 10:10 4:35 in. TBAINBEABT. No. 18 leaveB Frankfort.... 1 m u. m. p. m. No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... 7.48 p. n. S):16 p. nit No. 22 loaves Frankfort Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagroage for Cincinnati. loa. 23 and 21 connect nt Anohorage for Bloomlleld Branch. W. V. AliKXANDEO, Agent. The survey of the preliminary line of railroad from this citv to Alton, to connect tho Kentucky Midland and Louisville Southern Railways, has been completed, and the corps of engineers lefc for Mt. Sterling Thursday and are now engaged in surveying for a branch line of the Kentucky Midland from North in Bourbon county, to that city. Tho probabilities are now very strong that the Midland will be extended in both directions. Mid-dletow- tfKAMFOKT KOUKDABOLT FRANKFOUT, JULY 2, 18U2. Almost a Million. Tho amount of internal revenue collected in this city by Deputy Collector L. P.Tarlton, for the fiscal year ending Juno 30th, 1892, upon whisky and tobacco, is $998,240.41, of which amount 192,076.20 was collected during the month of June. 4 '111 i, w Are Yon in It; ii , If X ii w W Why don't you always keep on hand a bottle of Dr. Hale'B Household Cough Cure to allay tho first'irritation caused by a sudden cold. This is the finest remedy in the world for every kind of cough. You feel the good effect of the first dose, and by thorough using your cough is soon cured. 25 and 50c. bottles at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. If not, why not? 3 IS The Skill and Knowledge most perfect and popular laxative remedy known, have enabled the California Fig Syrup Co. to achieve a great success in the reputation of its remedy, Syrup of Figs, as it is conceded to be the universal laxative. Forsale by all druggists. Essential to the production of the II Mi .w MIWi Mr. J. I. Case, (Hickory Grove Farm, ho:ns The game with the Deppens on ICaclnc, Wis, cays: "AUcTtrjIus of -- "'cry known remedy, Ircniocd n ltupc Lunch ." Friday of last week was called in the ot ro years standing, ironi n, a year old lilly, ;, wlti threes applications of third inning on account of rain, with one man out for the Deppens and Qlazebrook at the bat. Tho 2 score stood Frankforts, 6; Deppens, 2. 1 1 Is tho best preparation I have ever need or heard Z of. 1 heartily recommend It to all Ilonciucn." S Hits, Frankforts 6; Deppens, 3. ErWc have hundreds of such testimonials rors. Frankforts, 2; Deppens, 4. The " Deppens went to bat first. Stagg and Prlco.Sl.SOnertiottlr. Ask yourdrucslstforlt. Iflio KftfWw? docjnot l:ttpi,bi'i:ilu3'ijc. stami ,a or Bll vor, for trial box. A Q , x. ta! R tsi battery for the home Coins wore the W. D. EDDY & CO Whitehall, a Y. ttKJisiSaT,,AiE uakk' hmmm club and Laffan and Redding for the 3 U.: ,7irfiTi'l have been a walkvisitors. It would Aquatic Exhibition. over for the home team. Walter Merchant and Ben Marshall helped Capt. L. D. Blondell will give an the visitors out, as they were short of exhibition of marvelous swimming men. Shreve was here, but was not at Tyrone afternoon. Tho to play. Steamer Little Sandy and barge will allowed POSTPONED INDEFINITELY. take an excursion party from MonTho Lexington Transcript of Sunterey and this city to witness the performance. Tho Captain doeB not use day contained the following: Manager Ramsey will run an exa rubber suit or other artificial means to support him while in the water, cursion and take his crack Lexington to Frankfort on Wednesday to AND DEALER IN- but depends entirely upon his own team the Capital City club. The down played six games this exertions as an expert swimmer. home team has year and won all of them. Frankfort Tufas, Mr. Van Pelt, Editor of the Craig, has been victorious in all it3 contests Mo., Meteor, went toja drug store at and is willing to bet that no club in the State can lJtPS AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked the physiJOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL. WORK down them, and to use Mr. Ramsey's cian in attendance to give him a dose GUARANTEED. to of something for cholera morbus and expression, "we are going down of Opposite State House, FRANKFORT, KENIUCK-- . take some of the conceit out looseness of the bowels. He says: '! felt so much better the next morning them." Half fare excursion rate3 will prethat I concluded to call on the physivail and a large crowd should go cian and get him to fix me up a supBusiness College ply of the medicine. I was surprised down to cheer the boys. Lexington he handed me a bottle of will have the same team with which when book.Keepinq. Shorthand. Teleqraphy, &o.b I E" tho crack Mohawk Browns W fl S IU E q iRt I WRITE FORCATALOQUEANDFULLlNFORMATION.LiUIW Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and it beat is safe to say it will tako a Diarrhoea Remedy. He said he pre- and it ' scribed it regularly in his practice League team to win the ball. As manager Ramsey telegraphed and found it the best ho could get or can frepare. I at alltestify to its oillciency the locals, on Tuesday morning, to events." For sale cancel the date, we suppose the operby J. W.Gayle, Druggist. ation has been indefinitely postponed. -c) 7 myWe-seFWI- b. taajjaaxw! 'A M n, ,Bj ip.o'X'ia.x lumber, GasSteam Fitter --- WARD CLAASSEN, 8as Fixtures, Bath Sinks, Closets, semi-profession- al BRYANT & STRATTON iIIIOll Wf 43-l- Jl SON. 5c Notice. fljftf I ft Won the Medal. Ot There will be a meeting of tho stockholders of the Athletic Club at their club room, Monday, July 4th, at 8 p. m., for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors and attending to other business of vital importance to the Club. It is earnestly hoped that every member of the Club will be present. Mrs. H. E. Weman, No., 2 Linn St., Janesville,Wis., under date of Juno 10, writes the following: Kenyon &Thomas, sirs: I was confined to my bed four months with inflammation of the right ovary; had a good BIO BJLKLGhiLIKS. Best Indigo Blue Calicoes Best Colored Calicoes Best Dress Ginghams Best Apron Ginghams Black Cotton Stocking Good Yard Wide Bleached Cotton I s Miss Agnes Thompson, daughter of Dr. Q. F. Thompson, of this city, was awarded a handsome gold medal for scholarship at the conclusion of the soholastio year at Visitation Academy, White Sulpher, Monday, and was also second in tho race for a special prize offered. The Doctor is justly proud of tho little lady,and the excellent showing she made in her The4tliin Cincinnati. Monday, July Fourth, America's National Holiday, will be celebrated in Cincinnati by a special display of Pain's Magnificent Fire Works, which the management promises to be the greatest and grandest display ever offered. The Kentucky Midland and Queen and Crescent Railroads will make special low rates to Cincinnati. . o Lieutenant C. A. L,. Totten. ' I , physician, tried almost everything, got very little help until I tried your Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, about four montns ago. it nas aone wonders for me. I can do quite a good day's work. I have every reason to believe that it will entirely cure me. I am also using your Dr. Hale's Household Tea with good results. Sincerely yours, Mrs. H. E. Wellman. This great medioine is for sale at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. 3 7c 6jc. 5c. 5c. 8c. Large Stock of New Spring Goods Cheap. J. April JL RODMAN & SON. Bracelet Lost. A gold bracelet, made in links, with a gold lock attached, bearing the initials "M D." Finder will please leave at the ofilco of the Capital Hotel and be rewarded. 43-l- studies. Plants, Bulbs. Seeds. Metal Designs. Is Your Nerve Steady, Or do you tremble and feel that you are breaking; that your nervous system is giving way. If you have a weak, nervous system the very best thing you can do is to begin using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. It is the finest Nerve Tonic known and will, restore you to health and vigor. Don't delay. Get a free samCollege, is Prof. Totten, at Oarponter's South Side one of tho most of Yale ple y advanced thinker?, 3 Drug Store. roasoners and Bible Studonts of tho to-da- t. y Great TrlunipIiJ Instant relief experienced and a pormanent euro by the most speedy and greatest remedy in the world-Ot- to's cure for throat and lung diseases. Why will you continuo to Irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible hacking cough when Chapman & Williams will furnish you a free sample bottle of this great guaranteed remuuyr xta huuuush ih simply wonderful, as your druggists will tell you. Otto's euro is now sold in every town and village on this continent. Samplo free. Largo bot29 tles 50o. 8, 4, THOMPSON, NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, to-da- m Married. Hon. Wesley Crow, Representative from Ohio county in tho Legislature, and Mrs. M. L. Stewart were married at tho residence of Mr. J. R. Wil- liams, 2 brother-in-la- w of the bride, at o'olook Thursday afternoon, Roy. George Darsio officiating. If you have a buggy, carriage or set of harness which needs repairing take it to the Kentuoky Buggy and Harness Company on east Broadway. All work promptly executed. 15-t- f. TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. ago, and all of his scientific works are of the highest standard. On TELEPHONE 1050.R1NG2. page 228, volume 7, of his work entitled "Our Race," ho writes as follows. "But, thanks bo to God, there is a remedy for such as bo Bick one single, simple remedy an instrument call the Electropoiso. Wo do not personally know tho who control this instrument, House and Lot For Sale. Earties do know its value. We are You Want Him? neither agents nor in any way financially Interested in the matter." ' IlESIDENCE, CON- Anyone in want of a nlco young THE 1 tnlnlng tvtelve rooms, Jhiltois & Wclib, horse, which Is kind and gentle to on Washington street, next cellar toand basement, door the Episcopal Room 10, Norton Block, work, can hear of one by calling at parsonago, Is offered for sale at u bargain. 1'or Corner Fourth and Jefferson, this office. Terms easy. ' Frankfort, Ky. ANDERSON GAINES. Rose Buds a Specialty. Flora! designs. Io RoVt. S. Franklin 11-i- y. E Louisville, Kr. 42-2- t. K.t0 W. ft 'e JOHN T - a ISReady for Spring Trade in the most complete IBLJOKLlLiB'y ISReady for Spring Trade with a large line of China Store Coons In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. lAgrTO!!KgafeaCTR s, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double Call and see the patterns closing out. goods. I am ft ;1 No trouble to show thick Tinware, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, and a complete line of House Furnishing Goods too large to mention. Take the elevator and examine my second floor. Tin roofing, guttering and job work solicited. w. JN0. T.BUCKLEY. Religious. We would J0H1T T. BUCKLEY. Notice. Out of Funds. Kentucky Central Railway "BLUB TO ALL POINTS I-:- . and Treasurer of State gave notice on Thursday that the payment of alt 3Jev. J. McClusky Blayncy, D. D., claims against the State would ' be ihavinpreturned from his western trip, suspended until further notice. as will occupy his pulpit Cloud Burst. be greatly obliged to the Owing to the fact that the school ministers and officers ol churchesin the draft for 700,000 will have to be met city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish in October and there is now only 213,000 in the Treasury, the Auditor made. The postofllce will bo closed Monday, July 4th, all day except; from 6 to 6 in the evening. The carriers will make one delivery in the morning. J. M. BOUTE,' Shortesiand Quickest ruuterroin Their Superior Ability in Treating Obscure Chronic Diseases is something manclons. have cured where others liavo given up to die. OKNTRAL KKJMTUCIiV H1T1, EAST. WEST. HDD First Presbyterian Church Saffell, P. M. SOUTHWEST, FASTLTNE BETWEEN nisnaL LEXINGTON SCHEDULE AND CINCINNATI. 181)1. ,v. B There was a cloud burst over the Farmdale neighborhood Friday night of last week and so much water fell that shocks of wheat standing in the field were washed away, and farmers 8:00 p. m. hud to get out their wagons the next day and haul them off their neighBaptist Church Kev. W. O. Tay- bor's farms, where they were carried lor, the pastor, being absent or. his by the water. An old soldier, who sumer vacation there will be no was shut up in a slaughter-hous- e when the storm came, said he was not services half so badly scared at the battle of Sunday-schoo- l at 9:30 a. m. Shiloh as he was by the lightning Presbyterian Church which played around the house. Southern Hev. W. B. Cooper will preach at the To New Yorlc. morning service. (Union servces will be held at night The Kentucky Midland Railway to Now York and n will sell tickets iin'tikisichurch at 8 o'clock. The via Pennsylvania or Big will be preached by Rev. H. G. return Four Routes at 17.72, and via B. & O. Henderson. or Erie Routes at$15.72. Tickets on sale July 4th, 5th and 6th. Go early Ohicita&w Church The congre- to get tickets. O. D. Bercaw, gation will assemble at 10:30 o'clock for G. P. A. the celebration of the Lord's Supper. 2Tq .service at night. Darby's Prophylactic 'The Society of Young People's Will Use itin every sick-rooChristian Endeavor has adjourned for keep the atmosphere pure and the summer. wholesomejremoving all bad odors: TIio usual from any source. Cathoiiu Church Will destroy all Disease Germs, services at the Church of the Good will be con- infection Irom all Fevers and all Shepherd ducted by Rev. Father James Gorey, contagious diseases. The eminent physician, J.Marithe temporary pastor. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass on Sims, of New York, says: "I at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:30 p. m. am convinced that Prof. Darby's ProphylacticFluid is a most valu Methodist Church Rev. II. G. able disinfectant, ' ' 21 Henderson will preach morning at 11 o'clock. No service Articles of Incorporation. &t night. Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. (Penick, the rector, will occupy the pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at ser-miom. IN EFFECT NOV. 15TH. south Hound No. 3, Uaily Acconi. DalU. Ex sun. Dully Express lust Hue Ex Sun. No.l, ro.5, Lve Cincinnati. Lve Covington " Falmouth 810am 8 Wain Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches aud fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to nil and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. LOUISVILLE, oisns BWJOYS Lve Winchester 12 4Upni Arr Richmond. 1 Sopm 1 35pm Lve Richmond. Lve Berea . . . UUopui ArrLivingston. Suupm Lve Livingston. 3 15pm Lve London . . 4 10pm Arr Corbln. . . 4 60pm Lve Corbln. . . 500pm Lve Barb'rvllle. 5 62pm Lve Pluevllle. . 6 41pm 735pm LveMiddlesb'h. ArrCuui'bGap. 7 65pm Lve Corbln. . . 4 60pm Lve Wlllla'sb'g. 6 45pm Arr Jellico... . ti 20pm . . . Lve Richmond 160pm Lve Lanctister.. 4 45pm Arr Stanford. . 520pm Dally Ex Sun. Arr Winchester iziunn 4iopaj 0 iJbpiL Cynthiana ltmam Arr Paris . . . 11 loam lO&jpm tilupm " Lexington 1210nu llOOpru 'oopm G15pm Lve Paris. Lll 25am " D45ain dOOpu. b ubpm U J op in a O'jpm 2 65pm a lapiu (i&upiii 7U5pUi 8 UUpni v.-j- j: Drs. Walter and Stockdale, . . . . . . . . . Tha world renowned specialists, of the Southern Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will be at Frankfort. Capital Hotel, July 29, 1892, No. 6, Dally Ex Sun. North-Boun- a. Vn . ua11' Express ta, No. 2, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. convenes at 9:30 a. m. GIVEN THAT WE, The Epworth League meetings ad- TVTOriCE IS HEREBY become Incorporated THE un1 undersigned, have der chapter 5G of the General Statutes of Kenjourned for the summer. or reMr. Head arson extends a cordial tucky,Inand filed articles Incorporation for cord the Franklin County court lerk's ofllce. name of the corporation Is the 'People's The invitation to the members of the Homesteml a d Saving Association," and liy that General Assembly to attend these name It s authorized to sue and he sued, conHunday-school Kentucky Training School. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Arr Corbln.. . . Lve Cum'b Gap. Lve MlddlesQfb g Lve Plnevllle . 4 Lve Barb'rvllle. JS Arr Corbln.. Lve Corbln. . . g Lve London . . Arr Livingston. Lve Livingston. Lve Berea., . . Arr Richmond.. Lve Hlchmond.. 6 05im ArrWlnchestcr G 55a in Lve Winchester 7 10am 7 45am Arr Paris Lve Lexington, 7 00am Arr Paris. . . . 7 53am Lve Cynthiana. 8 21am Lve Falmouth.. 9 23am Arr Covington. 10 51am Arr Cincinnati. 11 00am Lve Stanford.. Lancaster ArrUichmond. LveJeUUo. . . LveWIlila'sb.g. g g 7 05am 7 1Q g e 7 8 9 6 ..39 a 9 9 B5am 10 nam jj, n&im 12 lOnn 00am 15am 45ara 60am 35am 33am 58am 47am 35am 25am Returning every four weeks during the year. Drs. Walter and Stockdae have had years of experience In tt"1 largest hsnitals In thp country, are graduat s of several of the best Colleges and have lor h iimi, uei olHnrtinudenspeclalty of all chronic and furirlcaldlReafe. They undertakono Incurable diseases but have cumd hundreds glvtn up to u,. Tueytieat succeistully and do not tike the case unless u cure can be guaranteed. Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing in lit i ears, Deafness, Diseases of tbe Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Ltui(8, Kidney, Urinnry and Bladder Troubles, IJrijrht's Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation Khoti mutism rural sis. A. II. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostate Gland trouble: w.is given up to die by all general practitioner I consulted, and I myself gave up all hope, made my will and so arranged my business, was obi 'god to use fathither every half hour. And now entirely well, cured by Dra. Walter and St'iikdale 0. 11. Thonui", Frankfort, Ky Catarrh of ten years standing; am now completely cured by Drs, Walter and Stockdale. EPILEPSY OR FIIS POSITIVELY CURED. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by Improved and iievt-- falling remedies. DISEASES OK WOMliN, such as feucorrhea, pilnful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains In bacrf, relieved In short lime. r U 15 am 1241pm 1 55 12 41pm .... 135pm pm 227pm 2 OUpm 3 07pm 4 01pm 5 85pm 287pm 3 45pm 4 25pm 4 48pm 530pm 037pm 45l)lil 545pm G services. Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and liealthy, try Electric Bitters. If "LaGr'ippe" has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding those organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with Sick Headache, you will find speedy and nornamont relief by taking Electric Bitters. Ono trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need, tiargo bottles only 60c. at Phil. ti Carpenter's Drug Store. . gain. We have some first class second "hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Call and see them if you want a bar- Mastin Bros. 30-t- f. Trotter's Killed. During the storm which prevailed "hero Friday afternoon, two fine trottersa yearling and a on the farm were killed by lightning of Col. R. P. Pepper, near OfTutt's two-year-old -- pasture and had taken refuge a treo. Midway Clipper. m m m Cross Roads. Both horses wore in bo-jiea- th For Sale. "Two 43-lf- c second-han- d mowers, in first-clas-s order, price 20.00. A bargain. Mastin Bros. MAYSVILLE BRANCH. tract and he contracted with, and possess audi A homelike, Military school with power and transact sn-business as pertains late practical, Number limited: rooms lull collen. No. 10, No. ta course. year. last generally to bulldirg und loan associations, to Apply early. Major C. W. FOWLER, Superintendent North-BounDaily, Dilly purchase; use, lease hold and sell real and perEx. Sun. Ex. Sun July sonal estate. The general natuie of Its business Is to assise Its members In shvIiik and Investing 2 55 pili Lve. Cincinnati . money, and In buying and Improving real estate 3 02pm Lve. Covington . and by procuring money for other purposes by 7 00 a m 5 20 p in Lve, Lexington . loaning to such of them as may desire It, and Its Lve, Pari 7 35 a in U 15 p iu principal place of business shiUJ be Frankfort, 8 18 am G88PIU Arr. Millersburg Kentu.-ky- . 8 40 a in 7 00 pin Arr. Carlisle. sii'd corporation commenced Its corporate ex9 34 a in 7 64 p in Arr. Johnson istence on the 1st day of July, 1802. and shall M aysville. 10 10am 8 80 pit Arr. continue for twenty live years thereafter, unless sooner dlssolvd by a vote of the stockholders No. 9, No, 11 . South-Boun, ownli g three-fourtof the stock Daily. Dally, The capital stock of said association shall not Ex, Sun, Ex. Sun exceed In the aggregate and full ultimate value thereof at any onetime five bundled thousand Lve, Mays ville . 6 20 a in 1 50 p in dollars, and be divided Into shines of the ultiLve. Johnson . 6 57 a in 227pm mate value of one hundred dollars each, which G 50 U in Lve. Carlisle. . . 820pm shares may be hsiied In one or more series, In 7 16 a in 3 46 p in Lve. Millersburg amount aim at Mich lime as the board of such 7 40 n m 4 10 p in Arr. Paris. . . . directors may determine, and shall be paid for In 8 28 am 7 00pra Arr. Lexington. . buch manner and at such time and place as ni'ij Covington . 10 51 am It 87 p id Arr. be prescribed by the rules and regula11 00 a m 0 45 p in Cincinnati . Arr. tions of Mild association. aajBSUwjjwSTg'ar; .'- . S. R. KNOTT, L'lieallalrsof s'lld Association shall bo vested treS C. P. ATMORE, "JBV In, and conducted by. a board of seven directors; 'v n (ion. Pass. Agt. Tralllc Manager. who shall choose a President, Vice Preside it. a General Ofllces, Louisville, Ky. secietary and Treasurer and an Attorney. Said S. F. B. MORSE, Asst. Oen'l Pass. Ag't. directors strill be elected annually on the first .Monday In July In each rear.excent t 0 llrst board. Ofllce, Chamber of Commerce Bldg.. Cincinnati, O. which shall consist of L. B. Marshall. Jacob Swi; No. 1 Dally to nil points except Rowland Dlvl u'eit. li. T. Farmer, ChP.Kllw,inger, Geo A. Lewis, weight 21 pounds. slnn, which Is dally except Sunday. B. I) Jeifcrs and F. M Halloran, the uu'leislgned THE "GHOST," dally except Sunday from LexingNo. incorporators, who shall hold ofllce until the first ORMONDE, weight 21 pounds. Holds eighty Monday In July. 1MIJ. and until their succcesors ton to Cincinnati. worlds records, made In 1691. Runs dally, I said directors A No.l ar elected and qua llled. No. 4 Runs dally from all stations excent the may appoint such agents and employes as they CLEVELAND, NO. 4, weight 32 pounds. deem lit for the best 'Mutest of the Association, THOROUGHBRED PHCENIX, 3U,;. pounds. Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. No. 6 -- Dally except Sunday. In accordance with the provision of the UNION 2M0, weMit 35 pounds. No 5. runs dally except Sunday between CinThe highest amount of Indebtedness or lia- LIBERTY, weight 35 pounds. bility to which the Mild corporation Is to subject cinnati and Lexington, N'o. 1G Paris and Lexington Accommodation PILGRIM, weight 39 pounds. Itself shall not at any tlmo exceed $2yxiu. dally. Leaves Lexington 10,00 a. in. Arrives Paris The private property of the corporators and RAMBLER, weight 3) pounds. lOi'Sa. in stockholders Is to be exempt from all corporate Leaved No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. debts and llubllltles. In testimony hereof, we the & Arrives Falmouth Cincinnati 5.16 p. in undersigned subscribe- our names this July 1st, 7:05 p. in., dally except Sunday. 18W. I,. B. MARSHALL, No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 0 a. m. Arrives CinRoundabout ofllce, 217 St. Clair street, cinnati 7.55 a. m., dally except Sunday. JACOB SWIGEUT, AGENTS iutt Nos. land 3 make connections at Winchester II. T. FARMER, & M.V.Ry., E. D. CHAS. ELLWANGER, E, Poorman, for points on the N.N. cars from Clnclnnntl to Prince Wells, through . No. GEO. A. LEWIS. Mlddlosborough and Cumberland Gap and all B. B. JEFFERS, Cincinnati. Louisville. July F. M. HALLORAN. stations and runs dally, t. from Spcrnmorrhe-i- , Impotency, Eruptions, the result of eirors or excuses, should call before It Is too late, aud guarantee u cure Superfluous hair and all utuptlons on the face permanently reRemember th datnnd come 'iirly, ns their rooms are ihvays crowde 1 wherever taey otop. I'AiiiiiimitloiHiml consultation free, private and moved. YOONG AND MIDDLE AGED MEN sulTerlng 1CYCLES d .. BLb.- ?. sut. wivt i. A few Light Ones! 2-- 1 CUUTCIIER ROBERTS 'llity can refer you to hundreds of cases In your own State and every Statu In the Union, which he hus cured, among ti.ein the following: L. tones. Dnnvln, Hid., SuppressMrs. hey. Mrs. Henry tined and pilnful meustratlons. der, Camden. Hid., Female Trouble. Mrs, It. W. Crockett, Delphi. I nil., Catarrh. Mrs. UusGln-ricOwusco, Ind., Lung Trouble. Mrs. Martini Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast removed without knife or cnut-tlc- . Miss Ilettlo Block, MIchlganlown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E, McCarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Rosa Cookson, FninV lln, Ind., Gross Eje straightened. Mrs. Sarah dmer, Mooresvllle, Intl., catarrh and Asthma of long standing. Mrs M. Clark, Mooresvllle. Intl., Cancer, curetl without knife or caustic MlssSiirali Dougherty, Rocklleld, Jnd., Epllepsey. Mrs. Lancaster, Vlvalla. Ind , Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind,, Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Mlitc Unversuw, Mattlnsvllle. Ind., Catarrh. Duciors sala would die with consumption. Is us woll as over? Wm. A. Gard, Burlington, Iud., Kidney trouble for four years. years ago have hot Dr. Walter ctiretl me been troubled since. Elijah loler, Burlington, Stomach troubh, could not see after business-a- m as ever. Juines Wyatt, Delphi, as well Iud., Could not near and had constant dischare from my ears. Dr. Walter cured me entirely. Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J C. Canine, Waverland. Intl., Calarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller, Grvencastte. Cancer of Eve. Mrs. JIarv Jones. Edlnburg, Brlghts Dlscuse. These names are given by permission and they request that nil sufferers should write them in regard to their case. They also have many testimonials from patients having been cured of private diseases out do not publish them even by permission but will furnish them upon application. Address confidential j. h. V? 'a y to y Drs. Walter and Stookdale, No. 620 Fifth street, Louisville, Ky. .. Z 'J.i 'A MRHH f,TPJ1TV Cv 7 Mf IHHMM IPTBPal M 11 Mil 68 pi 0 ffl IF W IMRT WTNP T3aese and. , A DD1M WAT Otlier Stvles. COI3ST SISLVIZIIR. : The Only Low Cost Time Keepers which are Accurate and deniable. gold jriiurjisz?. f k The OLD FILLED cases are WARRANTED for FIFTEEN YE A.RSc Hand Engraved, Price $8. Designs in Plain Burnished, Plain Satin, Satin Engraved, Engine Turned and Hand Engraved. Hand Engraved, Price $8. Satin Engraved, Pri oo $6. M. A. SELBERT. ut Dr. Hale's Household OInt-inc- To the Chautauqua. On acconnt the Kentucky Chautauqua, at Lexington, the L. & N. Railroad will sell round trip tickets to Lexington on June 27 to July 8th inclusive, good to return until and on July 0th, at $1.15. W. W. Alexander, To Shelbyville. The grand speciflo for the prevailing malady of the ago, dyspepsia, 01 the Condition of tht liver complaint, rheumatism, costive-nesgeneral debility, etc., is Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This great DEPOSIT BANK OF FRANKFORT One good second hand mower for herbal tonic stimulates the digestive sale. Price $20. A bargain. At Close of Business rethe liver Mastin Bros. organs, regulates to vigorousand stores the system health JXT3STE3 and energy. Sample free. Large 1898, Poisoned In a Good Cause. packages 50c. Sola by Chapman & s, 5-- ly Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely euros catarrh. lb cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Oures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the moat soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positivo specific for Pneumonia. Outs, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 60c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's South Side drug store. Agent. higher rate, at $1.75. This will be a great convenience to passengers who use this route. C. D. Effective Juno 20th, tho K. M. R. R., in connection with the Louisville Southern, will sell tickets to Shelby-vill- e from Frankfort and intermediate stations, that heretofore have taken lae.jowoirTRANKFnRT, KY. R ROGERS & SON, G. P. & P. A. I Bercaw, Our Store for a New Ashai Glad Tidings. BISSELL J.. We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about . STATEMENT AT&rn T7rn ih.wiim4 Dm, n r MSSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on car- Jtfpef Way pets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. i 30, Free to those who ask for it. Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. Williams. 29 m dresses matched this string. A young granger then took one of the strings in his mouth and the girl attached her face in a similar way to the other end. Both then chewed up the string until they were mouth to L. B. Marshall, mouth, when several kisses were ex- June President. changed. They enjoyed the game very much, but several wore taken sick afterward, being seriously poisoned by the dyes used in coloring Low Rates to New York the strings. Ex. and Saratoga via Big: semi-annual A peculiar case of poisoning is re ported to have happened near Ind. At a large party, a d kissing game was introduced, which proved very popular. The young men. on arriving, drew strings of variegated colors from a box and then selected girls whose Craw-fordsville. ASSETS. new-fang'e- There will be a meeting of the Stockholders of the People's Home stead 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. Loans and Discounts Cash Due from Banks Furniture roiesi Heal Estate $215,611 21,417 51,870 1,900 45 01 Oi 00 $291.521 81 z ai 63131 IvIA-BILITIK- CapItalStock Surplus StateTax Old Dividends Dividend No. 48 13 per ct.). individual Depositors Interest and Discount $77.400 00 2U.241 87 355 50 2.822 00 183.1)39 47 100 00 1,142 97 $294,521 81 DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the "THE KING" SICKLE AND TOOL GRINDER FOR GKINOINO Jl PHOEITIS: HOTEL, IN LEXINGTON. KY.. Four Route. Net earnings for six months, ending JuneHO. 18J.2 Applied as follows: $2,322 00 Dividend No. 49 100 00 Interest anil Discount ,... Tax 40000 To Surplus 1,010 93 $5,324 51 aid debt charged off Saturday, July 9th, 1892. Saturday, July 30th, 1892. Saturday, Aug. 20th, 1892. $5,324 51 HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical operation and with little or no pain. MOWING M A C II I N ES KNIVES, SHOVEL PLOWS, HATCHETS, AXES, GRUBlttNG HOES, TOOLS, ETC. . . 1. 131 5J A Horrible ident Railroad Acc- Is a daily chronicle in our papers; also the death of some dear friend, who has died with Consumption, whereas, if he or she had taken Otto's cure for throat and lung diseases in time, life would have been rendered happier and perhaps saved. Heed the warningl If you have a cough or any affection of the throat and lungs call at Chapman & Williams' and get a trial bottle free. 20 Large size 50c. Cheap Rates on On L,. & N. return until July 19th, with privilege of extension until September 15th, on condition that tickets bo deposited withngent of the committee, on or before July 19th, and only surrendered to passengers on day return jonr-ne- y is commenced. On account Young Association, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., July 12th to July 15th, the L. & N. Railroad will sell round trip tickets to Saratoga Springs N. Y., on July 5th to July 13th inclusive, good to account National Educational Every one contemplatingan eastern H. H. WATSON, Cashicr. trip should take advantage of the Sworn and subscribed to before me this 1st day low rates to New York an- of July, 1892. U. kEOo.f, Notary Tubllc. nounced by the Big Four Route, in DIVIDEND NOTICE. connection with the great Four A dividend of Track New York Central and Hudson the capital stockthree (3i per cent, will be paid on of the River Railroad, for all trains leaving fort on and nfter Tuesday,Deposit5, Hank of FrankJuly 1:02. Cincinnati July 5th, Gth and 7th, July2-2- t H. II. WATSON, Cashier. good returning until August 15th, allowing stopover at Lake ChautauJuly qua and Niagara Falls, with a steamer ride down the classic Hudson River from Albany,if desired.without extra charge. For tho Teachers' Meeting at Saratoga, the Big Four Route will sell tickets at a very low rate July 5th Tho quisle and direct root tram to 13th, good returning until September 15th. Palace sleeping cars and LQOISIILLE TO ARKANSAS UNI elegant dining- - cars on all through trains. Call on nearest ticket agent On hundred and fifty nitlM and ask for tickets via tho Big Four Route, which is the only lino landing passengers in Now York City without 8H0RTEST TO LITTLE UOUK ferry transfer. And tho only rente ex-tromt. REEERENCES . W. McKee llardlo, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. V. Rov. L. P. Hulett, Benson, Ky. A. II. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. V. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Wl throw, irankf oi t, Ky. DR. KELLEY'S office and residence Is at 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may bo found every day of each week except SATURDAYS. Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to anyone W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing 259 V. Berberlch, Frankfort, hy. 'fe-v''-l'tisM- lISTOIOTlUEUliS! The best and only successful ever made for tha purpose. For sale by PRICE $5 00. MASTIN BROS. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. W CONSULTATION FREE. LOUISVILLE MARKET. TOBACCO Without Change of Cars II jou are going to emtKiau to TTwai 3 --!S wtesm fl " HO AILE6 FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. People's Society of Christian Endeavor, at New York, July 7th to 10th, the L. & N. Railroad will sell round trip tickets to New York, July 4th, 5th and (Jth, good to return until July 15th, with privilege for extension until August 15th. on eondition that tickets be deposited with agent of committee, on or before July 15th to be held by him on day return journey is commenced, at one fare for round trip. For fur. ther information apply to W. Vv. Alexander, Agent. King's Royal Germeteur. Pre-eminent- century, Its phonominal success as a seller and favorite with the people ia tho acknowledged wonder of the medicine world. Based upon the Germ theory of Diseases, It is unique, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Speciflo for all Catarrhal disease's, a Nerve Tonio and Blood Purlfior. It is without doubt tho most reliable gorm destroyer in existence, and to the extent that the theory is correct, King's Royal ormoteur is tho remedy. It is no acoldent but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius, For 19 sale by Chapman & Williams. tho medioine ,of tho 0 Common Colory lugs Common to medium loaf 9 14 Medium to good leaf. 17 Good to flnoleaf. Soloot or wrappery Tho Most Successful Uctnedy ever discovjuot closed amount to 3,135 hhds., with Tbla t.i the ered, as It Is certain In its clTccts and docs not receipts for tho same period of 2 9G0 blister. Read proof below l hhds. Sales on our market since Jan- CHEAPEST AND JJKST ROUTE T!IS SHORTEST AND QUICKEST uary 1st amount to 89,870 hhds. Sales No chance of mm to of tho crop of 1891 on our market to Kendall's Spavin Cure. date 76,899 hhdB. M0NTG0MEBY, MOBILE, MEMPJIIF Orleans to New Georgetown Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 20, 'id. Our market during this week has Dr. B. J. Kkxdall Co.: not developed any now features for AND NEW ORLEANS. Clouts It is with tho great est fwtWfactlnn that E burley tobacco. The offerings in the Inform you that I havucureil tho tollowliijdlHriiDcr Hweenoy, Shoulder Joint I.iuncitL'UK.yt Ilia tot farther Information. tr- -t main have been composed of grades Time, 25 Hours. l, Joint Jitunem-xa- .I am working JtaniGuext) in not classing above common to mediFore l'oot. mi JIM t K, G.J3. T. A .. C. P. AT Lameness and will cure that nil with Kendall's um leaf. The fine hogsheads which BpavlnCure. It is tho heat Liniment for manor SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. beast I hava ever used. I recommend it to all liorso LOIHtV:, K, KKNTUCH we have offered have commanded owners. Horses that I have u orked on are vntuablo, high prices and tho very common but without your Liniment would b worthless, t The shortest and quickest. have friends who used It for Sprains anit grades continue in active demand. Jlrnlses and cured them. They say It li tho besb Sclentiflo America The following quotations fairly they ever used. Yours truly, E. U.S. WELLS, Agenoy for represent our market for burley Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala tobacco, crop of 1891: Kendall's Spavin Cure. Trash (dark) or damaged Time. 26 Hours. $4 50 ?3 00 tobacco Moxto Visto, Colo., Dec. 21, 1685. 0 50 Common Colory trash... 4 50 Solid Vestlbuled Trains. The Short line be Da. D. J, Kekdalx, Co., Enosburgh Fulls, Vt.: Medium to good colory tween Cincinnati and Oents-- In the year 1881 1 treated with Kendall's Spavin Cure a UoueHpavluof suveu years stand8 00 Lexinotun, Kt., Time, '2Va Hours 6 00 trash ing nearly as law as a hens c'K mid completely 12 Knoxvillk, Tknn., 6 50 Jt VKM I Of Common lugs not colory 5 00 stopped the lamoness and romoved tho enlarge, 17 AanKViLLK, N. C, " 11 RHUE mARKBf meat, nave worked the horse very hard etcr Medium to good colory CiuTTANOoaA, Tknn., " PATENTS DESION slncn, ho never has shown nay lameness neither 8 00 14 00 " OOPYRIGHTS, etc. .Atlanta, Gt., lugs eon I see any difference lu tho &lii of tho hnck. is 1G BlItMINOUAM. ALA.. h- Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth Austin, Houatin, Sales on our market for the week vfnby. VK2S8iaiaW3B '(fATMr trsvwaa &sa ss Ml .rJ&V slioc-Hoi- ltli-.lol- nc IjJWJm 50 00 00 00 8 00 14 00 17 00 22 00 Information and free Handbook write to MUNN X CO.. 361 BUOADWAT, NBW YOBK. Oldest bureau for securing patents in America. Krory Patent taken out by us Is brought before tho publlo by a notice given free of charge in tho Blor tobacoo 22 00 27 00 Largest circulation of any eclentlflo paper In the world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent snan should De without It. 83.0O a jeari $U0 six months. Address MUNiffc 00, VUBtiMMRS. 8 Broadway, Now York. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. port for Texan, Moxleound California. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Rnllwaj vlaGoortiAtownVIG a.m. .nrrlveClnctnnut 110:20 a. m. Quieter than any other line All tram jiirrlv at depart from CentralTJnlos Depot, Cincinnati. For Rate. Maps, tfc.aoaresf E. T. CIIARLET0N, D. V. &T. A. .Chattanooga. D.MILLER, D. 'J. EDWARDfa, Traf.Mng. Cincinnati, O. 9 P. 4 a.T Direct Connections at New Orlenmand " SI ie Yours truly, F. a COOLUY. JPWce Si bottle, or atx bottles for $S. All drugglstt hiive it or can get it for you, or it will be tent to any address on receipt of price by the propria W Aug.My, K. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., EnosburQh Falls, Vermont. tf:wi s ( Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. CJfcrJbLSjik. TWT. Summer Cl69.rd.IlD6 pi Sale Offerings. .a 4 A backward season rntarded the demand for MEN'S and BOYS' SUITS during the month of May, consequently we find wo have more of these suits than we can afford to carry, and, in order to close them out, we place upon our counters, commencing JULY 1st, some 3,000 Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, all grades and at prices never before heard of in this section. ALL PERSONS desiring Clothing can not afford to miss this great sale, which continues the entire month of July, or until every suit is sold. S iff aiLOTiEacxasrcr- - -- criensrxsiKciisrGr- g-oob- s. rt El 250 pairs men's blue camlet pants, only 50c. 300 pairs men's jeans pants, only 60c, worth $1. 200 pairs Children's knee pants, only 25c, Boys' and children's suits, $1.00, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, worth almost double the money. Men's suits, S3. 00, 4.00, 5.00, 7.50, double the money. 10.00, 12.50, 15.00, worth almost THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY. Must be sold this month. ' P X,, Children's waists, 25c, worth 40c. Men's working shirts, 20c, worth 35c. Sox, national colors. 50c. per dozen. A splendid double and twist sock, 50c. a box of one-hal- f dozen. Suspenders, 15c, sold everywhere for 25c. 1 ' , ply solid linen collars, 4 4 solid cuffs, only 15c. 20 dozen men's gauze undershirts, only 19c , worth 35c. 22 dozen men's gauze undersirtJts, 25c., worth 40c. We have a great line of featherweight neglige shirts, 50c., 75c, $ 1. 00, 1.25, 1.50. up to 2.00. .Great values. Boston garters, 15c, worth 25c. 4-pl- y I2c. j 1 ,2 10,000 Straw and Felt Hats in this sale. BsssEBSSSsssca FRANKFORT- - -- AND- -- LOUISVILLE. EggimraMaaflttt Great Slaughter in Shoes. wwafriUBBB rnntt&riiEifflmtmymxw further reason that it is your duty to do so, I suggest that the gas committee bo instructed to communicate with the oillcials of all cities and towns of the classes mentioned, with a view to ascertaining the price of gas to private consumers charged in such cities on July 1st, 1892. . Very respectfully, Mayor. A message was received from the Mayor announcing that he had signed the ordinance allowing the rebato on taxes. A petition was received from Mr. J. C. Rogers, asking the council to remit his son Frank's fine for carrying concealed weapons. The petition was laid on the table. A petition was received from J W. Gaines & Son, asking that their license be reduced from 100 to 50. The price of their license was then fixed at 75. A petition was received from Mrs. Ada Garrett, asking that the taxes on her bank stock be stricken out. Adopted. The license committee recommended that Mr. Sid DaviB bo granted a coffee house license. Mr. Davis' petition was numerously signed and so was the protest. The license were granted. Tho clerk stated that he had called on Mr. John Meagher for the street car money, but it was not paid. The clerk also stated that tho Police and Fire Commissioners held a meeting Tuesday afternoon ana recommended to the council that they do awav with the hook and ladder horse and retain the driver. Referred to the lire committee and commissioners, with power to act. The reports of the city clerk and treasurer were received and ordered filed. Tho ordinance funding$19,000 of tho city's floating debt was adopted. The council then adjourned until Wednesday night, for tho purpose of discussing the now charter for cities of tho third class with Judge Drano. 'wPwmMtowwkZL Sudden Deaths. The symptoms are not generally understood. These are: a habit of lying on the right side, short breath, pain or distress in side, back or shoulder, irregular pulse, asthma, weak and hungry spells, wind in stomach, swelling 'of ankles or dropsy, oppression, dry cough and Dr. Miles' illustrated smothering. book on Heart Disease free at J. V. Gaylo's, who sells and guaranteesDr. Miles' unequaled New Heart Cure, and his Restorative- Norvine, which cures nervousness, headache, sleeplessness, effects of drinking, etc. It 3 contains no opiates. unsuspected. Heart disease is by far the most frequent cause of sudden death, which in three out of four cases is WM. CROMWELI CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY1 ATTORN " Mothers' Friend " is a scientificEY-AT-LA- W TABLER'S ttfr H dux: rmin iiinimiiiiiniinn H Richard Tobin, ally prepared Liniment, every ingredient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are corn binedin a manner hitherto unknown JRJ3AZ, ESTATE AGJ3IV7 IN W III las a "MOTHERS' FRIEND" WILL DO all fnat is claimed for it AND MORE. ItShortcns Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers " mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by express on receipt of price f 1.60 per bottle ORADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga. TIIE COURTS 0) rr Franklin and the adjoining counties. Kn will Also give ipcll attention to tbe purehii. and sale or real estate, collection of t- - uta clalwt and tbe legotlntinD of Uuut U7ILL raiCTICK MHTMFNT4 (BURES HOTBiBfl BBT A SURE lnnv.ti PILES, lire's Poultry Remedy. TIIE and CERTAIH CURE 15 years as tho DEST REMEDY FOR MED. PILES. by mClUHDSOS.TAYl.on rrtpirtd known for CO., BT.LOnS. THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ISmarket, postively prevents and curesON Council Proceedings. little after 8 o'clock by President Staten, with all the members present except councilmen Shaw and DarThe council was called to order a CHOLERA AND GAPES. Kentucky Oflidiand Shortest and auickest between CINCIM2TATI AND Tuesbay, June 28, 1892. SOLD BY ALL J"nJGGIST8. Mare then pays for Its use In tho extra production of FRANKFORT, nell. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The following message was received from the ' Mayor, which was read and laid on the table: Mayor's Office, Fkankfokt, Ky., June 28th, 1892. Gentlemen: I deem it my duty to call the attention of the council to that provision of the contract beTo the Board of Councilmen Gitv of Frankfort: FOR SALE. SOUR-MASDISTILLERY, NOW In operation, for sale cheap. Only $1,000. A ruro bargain. Apply to M. T. MITCHELL. Ja".23-tf- . Frankfort Ky. B3 SSr IFOIE - 23 " Only direct line between 1 SMALL - Get u trial box. II Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris. Fal- Car SALE & ink, Maysrille, Gynthiana, mouth and Covington, ruruiivKiiwa Newport Hews & M.im.rijn CHAPMAN Valley Co, WILLIAMS, DRUGGISTS- GOODS ASK FOR Mississippi of the tween the city and the gas company with reference to the price of gas to private consumers for the term of live years beginning with July 1st, 1892, and ending July 1st, 1897. The city and the gas company are mutually interested in the strict fulfillment of this contract, and the citizens are deeply interested in cheap lights. You will observe by reference to the contract that the price of gas to private consumers in this city for the next five years is reculated by the average of prices in cities and towns of this State of the same and less population than that of the city of Frankfort, on July 1st of this year. The council should, therefore, endeavor to secure such information as would enable them to intelligently agree with the gas company upon a price, for the term mentioned, mutually satisfactory to both. I am informed that gas is furnished private consumers in the city of Henderson at one and twenty-fiv- e one hundredths dollars per thousand feet, Bowling Green at one and twenty-five- one hundredths dollars, and Hopkinsvillo at one and twenty-fiv- e one hundredtls dollars. I have no information as to the prices charged in Maysville, Danville, Ashland, Lebanon, or other cities of less population than Frankfort. For the reasons recited, and for the Washington, Philadelphia, Now York, Baltimore, Old Point and the Sea-Sho- PRESCRIPTION TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND. Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET AND SUNDRIES. TflJllfiS flUfi BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. re AND ALL EASTERN IN EFFECT NOVEMBER Limited Mall Express EAST BOUND Daily. Dally, Lexington . Lvo. 7 83am G00pm 8 2.1am G 45pm Winchester " 8 51am 712pm Mt. Sterling " CITIES. 15. 1891. Finest April V SODA WATER - TIME TABLE JUNE 20. 1892. in Frankfort, I Fust 12!J(ipm 1 Accm. Dally Dally Ex Sun, KxSun 11 40am 5 ui'pin Ojpin 7 1' M TUAINS E Asl'. -- No. 1. fi.00 o.ixi U P M V M No. U, No. 7. 8.80 :t.:iG 8.41 v- 80pm mum Ashland. . " 1210.11U 1007pm 810,1ml. Uattlettsburg " 122Spm HI '23pm 69am lluutlustoii ' 1250pm 1047pm 80am Washington " (i 3 mm 2 10pm PnllaileTphla " 1047am 5 50pm New Yonc Arr. 120pm 82'Jpiii I DAILY. 3M -- pfjriG .IND Lv.Swllzer Lv. stamping Ground r.v. niivnfi Lv. Frankfort Lv. Summit Lv. ElKhoni . . . A . 11 C.18 . 0.H2 'Vr" AiJnrfi Ftii WEST BOUND DAILY G Lv. Johnson Lv. Ueorgetotvn Lv. O. S, Depot 1 v. Nowtowii Lv Ceutrevllle J.v Elizabeth Ar Paris . . .B. C.30 G 44 C.52 0.5G 0 I I . 7.00 7.18 7,28 7.37 3.48 4.02 4.00 4.14 4.22 4.82 4.17 4.60 5.01 C.15 M I 1.00 1.10 1.26 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.85 3.(0 3.V0 3.85 3.45 4.05 M 1 Huntington Le. (iooaui 185pm 0 25 im ipm Cattlottsburg her Castoria. When Baby was sick, wo When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she- gave them Castoria. - bo Ashland Bit. 20pm 025am Lve. 10 27am 008pm 45pm l oapm 715am Winchester . " 11 15am Lexington . Arr, 120:pm G20i)iii 2 43pm 805am Louisville Arr, o&mmj 9 60pm 740pm 1150am LIMITED VKiTlBJLKD TRAINS run dully In cpnnojtio.i with 0.it ipa us & Onlo 'F. F. V." , to Now York. runs uatiy una Tit.U.Nd EAST MAIL mako lojal stops between Lexington uud Hunt1 I ..." Sterling G37am 203pm ex sun 727)lll 7 401IU H pill a M I I 1 M Ar.StampingGround Elkhorn Ar, Summit Ar. Frankfort Ar. Jf No. I. inu. 4 INo. alfio.12 TRAINS WKaT. 6.51) 4.85 0( H.00 Lv. Paris G.02 5.01 8.12 Ar. Elizabeth . COG 8.1G 6.10 Ar. Centervllle G 14 8.21 5.25 Ar. Newtown G,I2 Ar. O S. Depot . . . . 8.30 G.52 5.45 G.37 Ar. Georgetown . . n . 8.41 G.45 7.05 8.49 Ar. Johnson R54 7.15 0.51 Ar. Duvnll . Ar. Swltzer Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. land, situated about two miles west of Frankfort, on L. &N. Railroad, ad joining W. L. Collins. Will sell tho wnoio or in lots at a Bargain. X'or particulars call on J. A. Qoins, Millville, Ky. ington. Jr-- . . .A . 0.01 0.13 9.19 9.25 9.83 G.58 7.10 7.1G 7.85 7,55 VuS T 8.10 8.20 8.80 7.22 7.30 For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom & MORBUEAD nccomniodu HUNTINGTON tlons run dally. LEXINGTON & MOHKHEAO & LEXINU TUN JIT. STERLING uccommodutlons run dally . TIIROUlrtl dtitirft'iiStf 0wia io ana uuui Njw York without change. ustiltiiftoii und U W. tUHNKir, 0. L. BnowN, Qen. Pass. Agent, ft. A.. Lexington, Ky. A D G connects with L. A N. connects with Q. & 0. and L.S. connects with K. O. 4 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north, south and west. For further Information apply to their agents. E. B. WEITZEL, 0. D. BEUOAW, City TIckot Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO. B. HABPER, Gen. 8upt. t W.S. mwiisoN. O.A.. Ashland. Ky.