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Bolow will bo found a list of advertised letters for the week ending July Oth, wv , Jtbtty. ?f tf& m ' Harlow, Solomon Homing, R. H. Johnson, Miss Cato It is conceded that the Royal Baking Powder is the Johnson, Miss Hallie purest and strongest of all the baking powders. Blnkmore, Ma- - Lewis, Ohas. F. Lewis, Mrs. J. tilda The purest baking powder makes the finest, sweetest, Brant, Miss Nettie Moritz, Mrs. Henry McCormack, JBaker,Thos.J. most delicious food. Arthur Ohine, Miss Oora McMohan, H. O. Cooke, Gilford 0. The strongest baking powder makes the lightest food. Ororafort, Henry More, John Tomes (2) Cummins, Ed. That baking powder which is both purest and strongOdsby.J. P. Moore, R. G. Cork, R. J. Martin, A. R. est makes the most digestible and wholesome food. Clay, Stephen Onan, Lee Miss Crocket, Prazer, H. Why should not every housekeeper avail herself of Willie Penn, Mrs. Laura Showerman, Mrs. Cook, W. R. the baking powder which will give her the best food Dorrls, Mrs. M. P. Helen M. Dailey, Oscair Sailers, Frances with the least trouble ? Dawnn, Edward Schlegel. Gustavo Dicon, Miss Cora Stuart, Mrs. Dr. Haines, of Rush Medical College, Consulting Tleming, G. A. Narsia .Fenner, J. W. Smith. P. H. Chemist of the Chicago Board of Health, says : "Royal Fortune, Vovay Thatcher. Disher Grace, James L. Tandy, Will is not only the purest, but the strongest baking powder Glenn, James B. Wilson, Mrs. Lilla Oooeeberry, Miss Waithe, Miss with which I am acquainted." Mollio Mattie Gibbon, R. E. Messrs. E. L. Miles Hackney, Dudley &Co. & IS. Cheap When calling for these letters say ad- of ball played on Benson last Sunday evening between the Bellepoint nine vertised. and the Benson Valleys. Boys, if I On account League American J. M. Saffkll, were you I would never say I could Wheelmen, Washington, of July 18 and Postmaster. beat those Benson Valleys, for your 20, the L. & N. Railroad will sell name is Dennis now, and if you come round trip tickets to Washington, D, any more it will be Dan McGinty. 0., on July 15 16, good to return Be Given Away. To Among the Bellepoint nine was Mr. until and on aud 24, at one fare for July very promising ball Our enterprising druggist J. W Joe Boston, acould not play for look the round trip. player, who On account Baptist Young People's Oayle who carries the finest stock of ing at so many pretty girls on the drugs, perfumories, toilet articles, railroad. Watch out, Joe, ana union, Detroit, July 14 to 17, the h. don't brushes, sponges, etc., is giving away smile on her too sweet, for I think & N. Railroad will sell round trip si large number of trial bottles of Dr. she has another beau, who played tickets to Detroit, on July 13 and 14, good to return until and on July 19, Miles' celebrated Restorative Ner-vin- shortstop. at one fare. Guarantees it to cure headache, On account Military Encampment dizziness, nervous prostrationj sleep- Way down there on Gainey Creek lessness, the ill effects of spirits, toThe Bellepoint boys they got beat. and Prizo Drill, Monte Sano, Ala., July 11 to 20, the L. & N. Railroad bacco, coffee, etc. Druggists say it is Tra, la, la, la, boom, de la. wil', on July 9 to 17, sell round trip the greatest seller they ever knew, more weeks .about I and is universally satisfactory. They the think inValleys two bo the cham- tickets to Huntsville, Ala., at one and Benson will d Also guarantee Dr. Miles' New Heart faro, good to return until 3ore in all cases of nervous or organ- pions in Franklin county. and on July 22. For further informaic heart disease, palpitation, pain in A singing ttook place at Mr. Polk tion call on aside, etc. Fine book on "Nervouo Conway's Sunday evening. W. W. Alexander, 4 Agent. and Heart Disease" free. Arnold, N. Arnold, W. JMrdett, Davite iBonjamin, Ike IBoots, J. F. Bredon, John Adams, David Honker, George Hampton, James Wish the F RROVVFR Ui Finest Bread and Cake ? Do You S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. House Furnisnings. WE NOW HAVE ON EXHIBITION COMPLETE LINES OF CARPETS, RUGS, STRAW MATTINGS, FURNITURE, WALL PAPERS, AND DRAPERIES, LOW WHICH WE ARE OFFERING AT SPECIAL PRICES. Goods. I. Rate. New and Attractive Styles. Strictly First-clas- s SPECIALTIES. Wood Mantels, Folding Beds, Baby Carriago Money saved by placing your orders with us. J 'J w .Ml e. C. F. BROWER CO. one-thir- Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. fUUtal Mctmo 2 - ,, William Slcellcy, Of 11 Academy St., Jamesville, Wis., under date of May 23, says: Messrs. Kenyon & Thomas: This is to certify what I know about Dr. Hale's Household Ointment. I havo had a bothersome sore on my lip for 15 years which terminated in a carr eer, l had cried various remedies A Cure for Nervous Troub- purporting to cure, but all without avail until I purchased a box of your les, Rheumatism Dr. Halo's Household Ointment and Headache. with two months' using it has entirely cured it, and I freely give this for The Electropoise is an excellent ' people. doctor. It gives quiotand rest td the the benefit of theTruly yours, nervous system, relieves headache, Wm. Skelley. cures rheumatic and neuralgic pains, This wonderful medicine is for salo sind is altogether the best sedative I at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. Tiave known. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. ,wwa Jl VYH I, and F. J. Cheney & Co., Props. .Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by the firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all The Latest News in the political line is that we have reduced the tariff on all our (joods; the money question's settled gol and sliver are one to us and our candidate is hound to win, and if you will come and examine my stock now new and hriyht, you won't buy until you have seen all my My Builders' Hardware, Garden Tools, Ice I ' Of Conway Institute, Memphis; DuBois & Webb, Room 10, Norton Block, Corner Fourth, ami Jefferson, Louisville, Ky. Olaba Conway, Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers and &., ia Uj at JHC " To Shelbyvillc. druggists. Are the best and cheapest, and are only found at ii ' 1' , V sr the near future. Our community was surprised to Keep the head cool, the foot warm "hoar of Brother Poyton's doath last and the bowels open. Aunt Fanny's week. The funeral took place on Health Restorer is a vogotable prepaMonday at Lebanon. May his soul ration and aots as a natural laxative, Test in peace. and is the greatest remedy ever disfor tho euro of Dyspopsia, Watch out, boys, for the widower covered Complaint and all Blood, Liver on uonBon. no smueu very sweoc on Liver and Kidney Diseases. Call on Chaptho young ladies. man & Williams and get a trial pack-ag- o 28 free. Largo sizo 50o. There was a very interesting gamo Effective June 20th, the K. M. R. R From Sire to Son. in connection with the Louisville Southern, will sell tickets to Shelby-vill- e As a family medicine Aunt Fanny's from Frankfort and intermediate passes from sire to stations, that heretofore have taken Health a Restorer If you havo kidney, Benson Valley. eon as logaoy. higher rate, at $1.75. liver or blood disorder do not delay, This will bo a great convenience to but get a free sample package of this A pleasant fourth. passengers who use this route. remedy at once. If you have IndigesMiss Fannie Smith, of Louisville, C D. Bercaw, tion. Constipation, Headache, RheuG. F. & P. A. 5s visiting her sister, Mrs. James matism, etc., this grand speoiflc will 33radloy, on Benson. cure you. Chapman & Williams, the leading druggists, are distributing Miss Nora Hoarn, of Frankfort, is Ladies. samples free to the afllicted. Large visiting her friend, Miss Lillio 28 this week. Are you suffering from weakness? packages 50c. Is your complexion sallow? Do you There are threo girls in this neighback-ache- ? Aro you Buggies, carriages and harness reborhood who spent a pleasant fourth. have constant Do you constipated? feel all tired paired by the Kentucky and Harness They say they don't caro if the boys away and stay forever, for they out? If you have any of these feel- ' Company. can have as much fun playing ball ings begin at once to use Dr. Halo's Household Tea. it wm give you a by themselves. clear complexion, win restore you to Children Cry for Pitcher s Castoria. Mr. John Cox and wifo spent sov--er- health and strength and will make days in our neighborhood this you feel like a new person. Get it toweek. UrilMrfOS day at Carpenter's South Sido Drug 4 Store. Miss OUio Suttles spent savoral days in Frankfort last week. Wo havo some flrst class second Misses Lucy Cox and Nettie Turner hand buggies and phaetons for sale. repent thoir holiday with Misses Ella Call and see them if you want a barwill fill this-spac.and Sarah Sudduth. gain. Mastin Bros. short time. Base ball all the go. Thoro was a quiet wedding in our One good socond hand mower for neighborhood last Sunday at which sale. Price 20. A bargain. two hearts were made happy Mr. Mastin Bros. Henry MoDaniel and Miss Jennie Hulott. Success to you, Honry. Long: tkce:Sovoral weddings are looked for in The Golden Secret of Life. Gon--way, , Hardware Merchant. i (jfiAI Si JACOB S WXGEKT & CO., 15-t- f. Have Removed From the Batzell Building al ( H101 MD 102 BSS STREETS of the CapHmlHoteLe - JThey with an entireiynrwiwrriit riimf fa a 30-t- f. lfjppl' E. & MATTEE2T, -- j M. BEATTY, Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agt,t Don't Let It Escape. COPPERSMITH, THE JEWELER, IS oll'erlng jrou an opportunity rarely . Jewelry Is not perishable, but Is susceptible to the same conditions as other merchandise; It Is possible for u Jeweler to bo overstocked. This explulus why I am ottering It also Kreiuor Inducements than heretofore. explains why It Is to your Interest to lose no time, but call ana see my stock, us It Is tho handsomest ever placed at the disposal of u purchaser. WL. seen Inullfc-tlmn- Flippr, FRANKFORT, KY. :'.', -- counties. BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, PRACTICES JL MUll, Juckson, Powell, Clay and other Seut.5-tt- . W. J. CHINN, JR, Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House. Jan.ao-ly- 334 MAIN STREET, Of- . SG1 WZzE, wm i.tfJiVXii.,.' A'jtKiiAdiiitAiM u, Z i.J . 3MCill-UL273a- Wagons Trov Surries SELLING OUT AT COS T J!MK,xrdcK We will begin selling at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Bard ware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Oor. Main and Lewis Streets, v. 1J; On 30tli .i C. E. COLLINS & BRO., 3 g, Opposite the Farmers Bank. Personals. Mrs. Jennie Skain, of Lexington, is in the city. Mr. Grant Green, jr., of Louisville, is in the city. Mr. W. J. Ohinn, jr., spent the 4th in Louisville. Mr. Woodford Longmoor left Monday for Virginia. , Mr. Tom Green,,of Louisville, spent the 4th in this city. Mr. Howell Scott, of Fort Worth, Texas, is in the city. Miss Mary Bttie Smith is visiting ft. F relatives in Parkland. Col. Frank S. Owens, of Maysville, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. J. McO. Vanderveer has returned from Louisville. Mrs. P. H. Newman leaves this week for a trip to Chicago. Miss Mamie Bull is with friends in Covington for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry O'Donnell spent Sunday in Cincinnati. Misses Ellaand Hallie Stephens are visiting friends in Lexington. Master D. P. Bennett, of Louisville, is visiting friends near this city. Mr. W. P. Hudson left Wednesday for a short trip to Stamford, Conn. Mr. Ed. Meagher, of Mt. St erling, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Weitzel. Mr. Willie Duke, who has been on the sick list, is able to be out again. Misses Sue and Mary Morris are visiting Miss Mary Hill, in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Power have returned to their home in Lexingof Henrietta Blackburn, spent Monday iu this Spring Station, city. Mr. Eugene Hall, of Washington, D. 0., is visiting his parents in this ton. Miss for a month's stay in the White Mountains, New Hampshire. Miss Neva Williams, of Harrods-buris visiting her cousin, Miss Lizzie Hudson. Miss Carrie Peterson left Saturday afternoon for Sparta to visit relatives and friends for the next month. Mr. S. I. M. Major, jr., has returned to his home at Falls of Rough, after a visit to his aunt near this city. Mr. Charles Nelson has gone to Silver Creek, Madison county, to spend several weeks with his parents. Mr. Sam Sanders left Wednesday for Syracuse, New York, whore he expects to make his future home. Miss Susie Herndon, of Lexington, spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. W. H. VanWinkle, in this city. Mrs. J. Alex. Grant and daughter, Mrs. Asa Walker, left Thursday for a visit to friends in Evansville, Indi- this city with his colleague, Dr. W. E. Baxter. Mrs. Jesse McCoy and daughter, Miss Mollie, of Louisville, spent several days with Mrs. H. G. Mattern, on Logan street, the first of the week. Miss Minnie Van Derveer wont to Louisville Wednesday to attend the summer opera at the Auditorium. She will bo the gueBt of Mrs. Harry Goodman and will return home next week. Miss Lizzie B. Hodges, of Louisville, who spent several days with her sis ter, Mrs. J. N. Orutcher, the first of the week, returned home Tuesday, accompanied by her niece, Miss Lizzie Orutcher. Mr. Harry Russell, of the Circuit Clerk office, and Mr. Thomas Waters of the County Treasurer's ofSce, both of Louisville, were in the city Thursday and attended the game of base ball at Lake Park. ana. Rev. J. McCluskv Blavnev.. D. D.. ., Messrs. R. S. Major, Will Ely and i returned Wednesday evening from Edmund H. Taylor, of Tennessee, his trip to Portland, Oregon, in spent Sunday and Monday in this splendid health, and very much city. bronzed by his outing. While absent Mrs. S. S. Shepard and daughter, he took a run up to Sitka, Alaska, and Miss Rachael Oromie have been touching at Seattle and other points visiting friends in Georgetown this in Washington on the way. I GOOD NGS . ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, J t THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. IF . OUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM hundieds diminishes. take from it, yet it never never-dyin- g there is a that feeds the stream. SLUGGISH This, of course, is because spring of supply V -- BL city. Miss Rose Crittenden left Wednesday for a visit to friends in Clover-por- t, Miss Alice Price, of Versailles, is visiting Mrs. W. H. Posey, on Third K street. Mr. Ed. Posey, of Lawrenceburg, spent Monday in this city with his brother. Mr. Geo. D. Single, of Owensboro, spent this week with relatives near this city. Dr. W. H. Averill and daughter, Miss Rebecca, left Tuesday for a visit to Now York. Mrs. J. P West, of Huntington, West Virginia, is visiting her parents in this city. Mrs. M. T. Pago, of Louisville, is viBiting her sister, Mrs. J. N. Crutch-o- r, Bellepoint. Mrs. Theo. Wylie and Miss Joe Murphy have returned from a visit to Winchester. Aw Mrs. W. J. Dalton, of Louisville, is visiting MIsb Hannah Kennedy, on Holmes street. Miss Mary Mason Scott loft Tues the Drennon Springs Hotel during the last week: W. T. Johnson, Cincinnati; J. M. Miss Ella Domaree, Providence; Pyles, Providence; E. G. Pyles, Providence; Miss Kate Wigginton, Providence; G. A. Brent, Providence; J. C. McCallester, Providence; Miss Maggie Staten, Providence; J. B. Peele, Port Royal; Miss Annie WilHospital. Dr. Ebben S. Cox and wife, of La son, Port Royal: G. F. Betts, Port garto, Texas, are visiting his parents, ) Ryftl; Ge0- - and John L Hildreth, Parls; Mrs. W. L. Jett and children, Mr. L. J. Cox and wife, near arrived on July 1st; W. L. Smith and wife, Garrollton; L. D. Fields, LouisMrs. Al. Smith and son, Master ville; G. W. Agnew, Mobile, Ala.; J. George, of Louisville, are visiting her S. Lindsey and son, Gratz; W. S sister, Mrs. Ann Morris, on Washing Johnson, Williamston; I. T. Middle-toton street. Bloomfleld; J. T. Taylor, Chicago; Miss Susie Read returned to her J. H. Hoagland, Louisville; N. A. home in this county Thursday from Richardson, Louisville; J. C. Helburn, a visit of several months to her sister Eminence; F. M. Karr, Eminence; J. in Covington. A. Orabb, Eminence; L. T. Drane, Ilev. Geo. Darsie and wife left Shelby county; H.JI. Drane, Hatton; Wednesday for a trip to Niagara Frank Drane, Smithfield; Col. Wm. Robt. Leltch, Falls, Quebec, Canada, and down the Miles, Eminence; St. Lawrence River. Frankfort; John J. Granger, Owen-toSted-mantown. n, n. week. Mr. Griff D. Banta, wife and child came up from Now Castle Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. H. G. Banta. Mr. Harry Campbell, of Louisville, spent Sunday and Monday near this city with his aunt, Mrs. J. H. Williamson. Miss Eloise Trumbo left yesterday for Louisville, where she has accepted a position in the Episcopal Church Dreunon Springs. The following are the arrivals at STREAMS STAGNATE So do sluggish stocks They become decayed. They are not4fit for commercial use any more than decayed meat. Finally, they are known as "dead." tf CONSTANT MOTION IN THE BEST CONDITION KEEPS WATER and a is always flowing out and flowing in. constant flow of trade keeps a stock in best condition. We have no dead stock, because our stock never stands still. It DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVAN TAGE of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading with. m S3 w JX R. K. McCLURE. (1 day for Now York, whence alio will sail for .Europe Mrs. James W. Blackburn, of Wash ington, D. 0., is visiting her father, Judgo G. W. Oraddock. to-ua- y. Mrs. Grant Green and daughter, Miss Kate, leave on Tuesday next for Old Point Comfort, Va. Mr. J. W. Gaylo left Wednesday Mr. W. L. Cannon and sons, who have been visiting relatives in this Miles' Nerve Liver Pills. city, returned to their home In Daisy, Tennessee, Monday. Act on a now rcrinclDle reeulating Mr. William Weir, proprietor of the liver, stomach and bowels though Louisville's large sheet iron works. tho nerves. A new discovery. was here Thursday engaged at the Miles' Pills speedily euro biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipaHermitage distillery. tion. Splendid for men, women and MisseB Margaret A. Lewis and M. children. Smallest, mildest, surest. Scottie Chinn left yesterday for Mar- 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples freey at tha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, where J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. they spend the summer. Two Years Aliead. 1891. Mr. Ed. J. Roberts, foreman of tho Mr. Robert Franklin has announced Frankfort Roundabout office, spent Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, tho fourth on a visit to relatives in himself as a candidate for County Attorney of this county, and it is Sholbyvillo. Shelby Neios. Mr. R. D. Dinklo will Mrs. Lucy D. Holloday, of Spott- - rumored that bo a candidate. Tho two young sylvania county, Virginia, arrives to- - also ! day to visit her niece, Miss Mary P. men will doubtless make a lively Thos. B. Ford, President; E. 13. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, canvass and have lots of fun with Lewis, at "Belair," this county. Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. each other, as they have plenty of Mr. W. P. Banta left for Now York time in which to see tho voters tho Tuesday morning to attend thLjflhriS' election being two years off. Business writing, Shorthand, Business Correspondence,. tian Endeavor Society Convention, Book-keepin- g, Bargains. Typewriting, and while absent ho will visit Commercial Law, nnd other Eastern cities. Grammar, Spelling, etc. MastinBros. have some splendid Arithmetic, Dr. Francis Poabody, of Louisvillo, B0cond.hand Surreys, Pheatons and Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. Tbo advanced Dean of the Dental Department of Buggies that they offer cheap. Diplomas awarded. Catalogue In press. Application made for Incorporation. Wo have the be&t home school of business In tho State of Kentucky, Central University, spent Tuesday In and Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. College. ii.VS "?41 . Capital City Business ESTABLISHED 45-l- M - ,SVI 4 2r,i3-A.isTsiEr,o25,- xi, :K::E:isra?Txa:K:3r. 'Si Wash-incrhn- n ai ( . student-finished- I 42-t- f. !ii?iiMiW5i, AiAt.Jf W&iijf&L. jLAt. TTiMWilMTTFl 3 m: SPRING HATS! SPRING NECKWEAR! K "purl xi m laaa-pbrted- . , Wooems :Doaaa.estic ':m ; 'A11 i. a a,n.d. Good '; ; i.' .rt .s Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. t have you look at them. Would be pleased HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! TIME TABLE. The following timo tnblo ia now effect npon the L. & N. road: TBAINS. WE8T. in Xflhv JAPANESE I No.23 loavesFrnnkfort No. 17 loaves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINSKABT. r:50 a. m 9:40 a. m 8:00 7:38 10:10 4:35 7.48 9:15 p. m p.m. a. m. 270.18 leaves Frankfort.... No. 20 leaves Frankfort No .24 arrives Frankfort .... 170.22 leaves Frankfort A Guaranteed Cure for Pllos of whatever kind External. Interim, Blind or Bleeding p. m. or degree Chronic. Recent or Hereditary. This Itching, p. m. Remedy has positively never been known to fall. a sent by tnnll prefor p. hj. $1.00on box, 6 boxes,price. $5.00; written Guarantee paid A receipt of Nob. 23, 17 and 21 oonncot at Lagraage positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, the $0.00 ior Cincinnati, is oh. 23 and 21 connect when lrpurcmised at one time, to refund by J. W. paid not cured. Guarantee Issued at Anchorage for Bloomfield Branch. GAYLE. nnuLKCOMPTE& GAYLE CO.. DrugW. W. Alkxandeb, gists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Agent. Jan. 10-l- P Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy CUKE BUGGIES, HAEHESS A2TD PAEM IMPLEMENTS -- -- A-a? VNr3:oijE:s.iLiE3 first-clas- prices. Wanted to Buy Jl good combination ji lady to ride and R&,' bS horse, safe for drive. Apply at this office. Where Is He. Anyone knowing the present address of PreHton B.Haokett, formerly of this county, will confer a favor by leaving it at this office. r- -. A' Almost Ready. The new residence of Miss Emma Morris, on Second street, is about completed and she expects to move Jn next week. organization to elevate the bar and the practice in our courts and to encourage a spirit of integrity and courtesy among the members of the legal fraternity which is highly essential in every community. There is no reason why the same high standard should not exist in every court of this country, and this is tho object to be accomplished by this association. The profession of tho law is a most honorable one, if the members thereof all do their We duty to their clients. hope that there will be a large attendance. The meeting will be at the Court House at 3 o'clock P. M. s You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow 51.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Salesroom, opposite court-house. Factory, South warehouse. -- tt.-Vt-t STOTTE BTJG-.G-- T ZFIHSTTIEIID. March 26-t-f Sold Her Residence. Mr. John W. Gaines has purchased from Mrs. A. B. Lewis her residence on Washington street for thirty-si- x hundred dollars, and Mrs. Lewis will leave in a few day for her home in California. " WELL BRED, SOON W ED." GIRLS WHO USE The SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT which Commonwealth appeared in our columns some time The cases of the since, announcing a special arrangevs. Ambrose Polsgrove, John Brooks ment with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., of and John Gill, all charged with mur- Enosburgh Falls, Vt., publishers of der, have been postponed until the "A Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases," whereby our subscribers October term of the Circuit Court. were enabled to obtain a copy of that valuable work free by sending their Brought a Good Price. address to B. J. Kendall Cq. (and stamp for mailenclosing a two-ceMr. Otis W. Snyder, of Lexington, ing same) is renewed for a limited sold at public sale, on Monday, in period. We trust all will avail themfront of the Court House, fifteen selves of tho opportunity of obtaining this valuable work. To every shares of Frankfort National Bank lover of the Horse it is indispensable, 99.60 per share, Mr. as it treats in a simple manner all the .Stock for Vyckliffe Chapman becoming the diseases which afflict this noble animal. Its phenomenal sale throughpurchaser. out tho United States and Canada make it standard authority. Mention Born. this paper when sending for" Treatise." nt Continued. . To our Subscribers. Ready for Business. The Frankfort Sanitary Institute, for the cure of the liquor, opium, morphine and tobacco habits, was opened up on Wednesday and already quite a number of patients are being treated. Tho rooms of the Institute are on Ann street, in the basement of the Capital Hotel, and Dr. G. F. Thompson is in charge. Mr. Van Pelt, Editor of tho Craig, Mo., Meteor, went to a drug store at Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked the physician in attendance to give him a dose of something for cholera morbus and looseness of the bowels. Ho says: "I felt so much better the next morning that I concluded to call on the physician and get him to fix me up a supply of the medicine. I was surprised when he handed me a bottle of r SAPOLIO Are Quickly Married Try It In .Tour g Next House-Cleanin- July y. i A STYLISH LADY Thinks as much about the FIT and QUALITY of her Corsets as she does of her Dress, because the "set" of a Dress depends almost entirely on the Corset. The 37-t- f. wai lr" m Tjp mM A Home. daughter. To Mr. Prank Moore and wife, The remains of Lieutenant Alex. of Bellepoint, on Wednesday, July H. Todd, of the Confederate army, 6, 1892, a Hon. who was killed in the battle of Baton George Caples and wife, of Rouge, La., August 5th, 1802, have To JJellepoint, on Wednesday, July 6, been removed from the spot whore they were buried near the battle 1892, a daughter. ground, at the request of his Bistort Mrs. Emily Helm, of Elizabothtown, Cholera infantum has lost its the introduction of Cham- and deposited in the family vault at berlain's Colic, Oholoraand Diarrhoea Lexington. Lieutenant Todd was a Remedy. When that remedy is used of Mrs. Abraham Lin.and the treatment as directed with each bottle Is followed, a cure is cer- coln and was raised in this county, tain. Mr. A. W. Walters, a promi- upon the farm now owned by Miss nent merchant at Waltorsburg, 111., says: "It cured my baby boy of Fronio Risk, near Duckor Station. cholera infantum after several other Making the Repairs. Temedies had failed. The child was so low that it seemed almost beyond the aid of human hands or reach of Messrs. Lynoh & Brawnor have 25 and 50 cent been awarded the contract for makAny medicine." bottles for sale by J. W. Gaylo, Drug- ing tho repairs on the Custom House gist. and are now engaged in moving tho Bar Association. screen and call boxes so as to throw that portion of tho Post Office lobby The members of the Frankfort Bar in tho northwest corner of the buildwill meet this (Saturday) evening to ing into tho office proper. Tho tower ibrm a bar association. This move- is also being painted. ment is one of unusual importance, Organ I have .and the lawyers and citizens of this second-han- d for Sale organ, a fine suitable county should take a deep for Sunday-schoo- l cabinetor family uses, city and intorost in the matter, for it will be whioh I will sell at a bargain. t. J. B.UTTERBAOK. of much 'service not only to the to tho entire legal profession but community. It is intended by this Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. July 4, 1892, a. tor-rors'sin- ce To Mr. W. M. Kavanaugh and wife, of Little Rock,Arkansas, on Monday, Ills Remains Brought Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He said he prescribed it regularly in his practice and found it the best he could get or prepare. I can testily to itseiiiciency in my case at all events." For sale by J. W.Gaylo, Druggist. 43-l- 7MM'BrffwEg'Mtf PA j vH9u tfflitefvPMiH are the Highest Grade and llest Quality Corsets that are made. They fit the form so perfectly as to give the best style to the dress and the greatest comthe fort to wearer, t us combining the best features of Dress Reform with the style and support of the finest French Corset. Made Indifferent styles to suit all reqnlrments. WE MAKE A SPECIALITY CORSETS. The Garfield Club. There will bo a meeting of the Garfield Club this evening at eight o'olook, at headquartors in tho Sower Building. Business of importance will come before the meeting and it is to bo hoped there will bo a full attendance. Geo. W. Reook, President. W. H. VanWinkle, Secretary. Copyright, 1301, by Worceittr Coritt Co. OF THESE half-broth- er WEITZEL FfiflNKFOB T & O'DONNELL. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. The bestsalve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt 1LE PDEP1Y and 43-l- -- FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chanced Hands, Chilblains. Corns SCHOOL FURNISHES THE ELEMENTS OP AN and all Skin Eruptions, and posi education for boys and young men who desire to enter tively cures Tiles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give Colleges "Universities. perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, The Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBER, the 15th r. H. Larpenter. 1892. For Catalogues, address 5-- iy . m 1 45-2- S For Sale Log Wagon a log wagon, in good repair, whioh I will sell ohoap. J. B. Utterdaok. flrst-olaB45-2- t. Andrew Fuller Case. Frankfort, Kentucky. h& i .V1 4 11 ROUNDABOUT. was just coming under the fence on the other. Now if boric of the boys who (tattrnd at Uio at Frankfort, Kentucky as mailable matter. travel that road had seen this wonderful roptilo it would have been all fctEO. A. LEWIS. .Editor and Pnblisher. right and wo would not say a word, but ladies in this section do not see them that largo at least not often. FRANKFORT, JULY 9, 1892. post-offic- MiAMMKT e aooond-clasa A Right Smart Hail. lives down in tolls tho cham- A New Departure. Tlic Only Candidate. Hon. 0. A. Board, Senator from Scott, Woodford and Jessamine, has announced himself as a candidate for Attorney in this Commonwealth's district. So far ho is tho only candidate. In addition to our facilities for executing every variety of plain and fancy letter press job work, wo are now prepared to furnish all kinds of fine lithographic worlc, such as letter heads, bill heads, note heads, cards, envelopes, checks, certificates of stock, &c. The work will bo gotten up in the latest style and on short notice. If you arc in need of any thing in that line call and examine our samples before ordering. To Wed in Memphis. Mr. Willoughby Rodman, of Los Angeles, California, son of Col. Thomas Rodman, of this city, and Miss Belle Page, daughter of Mr. J. Cliff. Page, formerly of this place, will be married at the home of tho bride in Memphis, Tennessee, tho last of this month. PUBLIC SCHOOL, TEACH- ERS. Tliose Selected to Conduct the Schools this Year. The following teachers in the schools of the city were elected by the Board of School Trustees, at their meeting on Tuesday evening, for tho next year: HIGH SCHOOL. Doughbclly in the Pen. John Lunkin, alias Doughbelly, tho negro convicted at the present term of the Circuit Court of the killing of Nace Powell and sentenced to the Penitentiary for five years, was taken to that institution Wednesday morning by Deputy Sheriff Albert Kirtley, and donned the stripes. Sun. We were at that wedding and remember that it rained so allflred hard that we had to wait several hours for Hickman's branch to run out before we attempted to ford it on our return homo, but if there was any hail on the ground we don't remember seeing it, and it didn't interfere with the horses attached to our hack getting over a muddy, rough road. Jim may be right, as it has been a long time ago and our memory is defective, and then he stayed until morning and we left just before day. It waH about this month, ho says, on tho 3d, 4th or 5th of June, that ho wont to Franklin county to attend tho marriage of John Lnwis (now of Georgetown) son of Rov. Cad Lewis. Tho wedding occurred at night, and while the festivities that followed the ceremony wore in progress it hailed. It hailed so hard and so long and tho hail laid on tho grounu so deep that Mr. Ferguson and most of the wedding guests were forced to remain ovnr The next day when they departed tho hail stones covered tho earth to a dopth of two feet and it was with tho greatest difficulty that he plowed through, tho hail stones coming up to his horse's belly Ferguson takes oath on a stack of Bibles as to tho truth of his narrative. Woodford nlo-lit-- . Jim Ferguson, who the Midway precinct, pion "hail story." twenty-tw- o years ago for Infants and Children. - " CMtorla is bo well adapted to children I recommend It as superior to ftnj- proscription known to mo." n. A. Anciutn, II. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. tht Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worm, gives sleep, and promotes dl peetlon. Wii thout injurii ous medication. " For several years I havo recommended' your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continuo to-dso as it has invariably produced bencflcia) results." Edwin F. Farces, M. D., "Oho Wlnthrop," 185th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. CMtorla cures Colic, Constipation, "Tho uso of 'Castoria'fa so universal And its merits bo well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorso it. Few aro tho intelligent families who do .not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carlos JLuitym. D. D., New York City. Bloomlngdalo Bof onncd Church. Lato Pastor Tmc Cemtaur Coupant, 77 Murray Street, New York. Feb. 13-l- Fiaifo it Fiirnltoie Dlaiiufaclurii Co. J ,t Killed by a Base Rail. Have opened Sale Rooms on Ann Street, J. D. Coleman, Principal. Miss Sarah Bell, Assistant. Miss Sadie Grant, Assistant in Latin and Mathematics. GRADED SCHOOL. Wheelmen To-morro- w. 1 Ki The Kentucky Midland Railway will run a special train from this city to Cincinnati, on Tuesday next, to enable all who may wish to witness the performance of A Night in Pekin. KINDERGARTEN. The train will leave here at 10:25 a. Miss Maggie Page, Principal. m., and arrive in Cincinnati at 2:15 p Miss Mattie Logan, Assistant and m. The fare for the round trip will Instructor of Music. be 1.95, and will be good returning COLORED SCHOOL. on regular trains of the 13th. Miss Lizzie P. Clark, Head Teacher. Miss Winnie A. Scott. Dead Sea Fruits. Miss Helena Taylor. They slay multitudes when they are the proMiss Sarah J. Walker. duct of neglect of incipient diseases. A "slight" cold, a fit of indigestion, bllllousness or constiMiss Martha E. Williams. pation each or any of these "minor ailments" Miss Anna 0. Patterson. advance In many cases nlth Miss Nannie 0. Coleman. strides." Give them a swift, early defeat nlth Hostetter's Stomach Bitters and avert the danMiss Sadie Kibbie. ger. Abernethy administered an alarming reGeo. W. Saffell. buke to the man who informed him that he had "only a cold!" "Only a cold." repented the docL. G. P. Todd. tor. "What would you lime the placuel" George Halleck, Night School. Rheumatism and ia grippe are eaMly xtingulsh Why get Miss Clark takes the place formerly able at tho start. ste.iin? then allow them towith up a full head of Fut on the brake. warmth filled by Miss McFarland, of Ohio, the Bitters i he cental through which this medicine diffuses thesjst m, the and Mr. Todd takes tho place former- impetus It gives to the circulation o ill blood, its soothing and strengthening effect upon the ly filled by Miss Clark. nervous system, specially l ecommends it tothe en"league-destroylnsu-pr- b Miss Louise A. Wiard. Miss Margaret A. LewiB. Miss M. Scottie Ohinn. Miss Annie Sullivan. Miss Leona Jett. Miss Qeorgie Payne. Miss Lena Lynch. Miss Sallie W. Smith. Miss Mollie McEwan. Miss Rose Crittenden. Miss Sue Joyce. Miss Ella Stephens. Miss Mary Lockett Smith. There will bo about one hundred on their wheelmen here way to the State meet at Lexington. They will come in from Louisville, Danville, Harrodsburg, Lawrence-bur- g and Shelbyville, spend the night here and leave the next morning, accompanied by our local bicyclists, for Lexington. A Night in Pekin. accident. The Base Ball Olub at Peak's Mill was practicing Saturday afternoon for the purpose of getting in trim to play a match game with the club at Monterey on Monday, and a young man by tho name of Kring, who lived in the Bloomington neighborhood, was playing with them. When he SEE GET came to the bat Ed. Bryant, tho GALL pitcher, made a wild pitch, the ball striking Kring in the breast just BESTHQ01LXTT. host is Qourrrrr. below the heart. He threw down his bat and started to run to first base, but had gone only a short distance when he fell forward on his face and died in a short time. A physician was near by and did all he could to save him, but one of the blood ve- CREAM sels leading to theheartwas ruptured by the blow, and in seven minutes from the time he was struck he Consumption Cured. breathed his last. Ed. Bryant, who YEARS FOR of pitched the fatal ball, was nearly "I believe It to be one tw-- the best medicines Has led all Worm Remedies. years ugo. said my nnJ'Mc"uls. wild with grief for several days and i.A.. i h ,,nu,.u,,l0" uomiungs unectwi. I EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. have had to send her outh forseveral springs to the club canceled its engagement to te.Jfe'x?."8.' b"t since she has been taking SOLD EVERYWHERE. Microbe Killer she has been right at rrtpuvdbyBICIUBDBOS.TAYMIRXKD. CO,, BT.MUIS. play at Monterey on account of the ""endlriB to her business, Is in v near Christian Church. ID ID PIES. Ml Vi CURES ALL WORMS! WHITE'S 20 DISEASES! i VERMIFUGE i' and better health than she has been in 20 years. "it. T. FOOLE. Cedartown, Ga." Franklin Boy mentcd. Compli- - Several Diseases Cured. cheerfully testify to the curative, powers of lQu.l in,.e'"c,ne- - "ttVlnB bee" a sufferer from bJ?,ncll'al infection and indigestion, afier ..'I8' Mlciobe Killer all of the above taking J!i gciWlllllI aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaP iriiMiMii JANITORS. d feebled and sick. laria. 'Tis the great specific for ma- Pattie, of Farradale, who has had many years experience as a teacher, is announced as a candidate for Superintendent of Common Schools of this county. She is a daughter of the late William Pattie, and, in addition to making her own way in the world, has assumed tho care of her brother's orphan children. Madison and Loe counties now have lady Superintendents of their schools, who aro giving entire satisfaction, and Miss Pattie will make a superintendent equally as efficient. She is amostexcellent Christian lady, who deserves tho support and sympathy of the voters of this county. Mr. J. Ed. Kershaw waB In New Yorlc. as janitor of the White School and J. W. Gordon was chosen as janitor for The dramatic editor of the Cincin- the Colored School. The election of nati Enquirer wrote his paper from eiigiueur oi tne wniio scnool waa New York as follows concerning the postponed until tho next regular arrival there of Miss Sallie Theobald, meeting, and action in relation to of this city: "A new soubrette showthe West End School was also post- ed up on the Rialto the other dav. poned until the City Council could She is about 17, a blonde, less than be heard from in relation to furnish four feet high, and weighs about ing a house for the school to be eignty pounds, sno dresses very taught in during the next year. soubrettish and looks like she had escaped from the of a Is a Candidate. dolljstore. Hear she is from Frankfort, Ky. She has not yet been enMiss Lucy show-windo- w ptci.l, parional Dr. J. H. Cromwell was apprised uention. i by letter yesterday of the fact that oi.iwma uure entirely disappeared. to britflr " ours. etc.. teach an? fairly he had been chosen by the faculty of THOS. L. DAVIS, int.lllrtnt parton BaaaaaaaaaaaatiNi "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, . '' 1 i aimer ae, who tne western uentai uouege, Kansas can read and "New Orleans, La." City, as demonstrator of mechanical IHHlyMHLr I write, and whi. Iter Initructlun, dentistry. The matter was quite a Asthma and Catarrh Cured. "111 worlc surprise to the Doctor, as well as a "l l'ave, Deen a sutf-rhow tar from asthma and earn Three for more than compliment, as he had no prior catarrh, my sleep sitting two years past getting Dollf. a most f iu inofbed or reclh lug In intimation that his name would be a clmlr. i ha reSS rearm theli owa Jug ocalltle. where. erer ther lira, I mentioned even. Rich Hill, Mo, Killer, and f eased one three Itidam's Microbe r the Inst weeks have been will alio turnl sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a Daily Review. the eltiutlon child. I attribute my implojmral, ar nnd Dr. Cromwell is the son of Mr. M. heartily recommend It to relief tothe remedy,from one suffarinc which too can mir earn that amount. usthmatlc or catarrhal trouble. H. Cromwell, of the Jett Station I chart nothlnr "Respectfully. and rccelrenoth" "EDWIN R. MOORE, neighborhood, who went to Kansas Inf a n a I m abore. "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvllle. Ga." City when the boom was on, worked Kothlnr difficult to learn, or that Fever and Flux Cured. at the carpenter's trade until he was require! much time. deilr but "I on pereon from able to attend the Western Dental Killercheerfully testify that after ttklng Microbe for lllteeadays I am entirely cured, after each dlitrUl or county. I hare College, and graduated from that being nick two years with m.ilarlal and ready tautht and during which time I contracted other diseases, provided with institution Beveral vears aero. He ilux, etc. I was atended during this time by three a larr hllrnfla of the best doctors of tho city without being benelocated at Rich Hill for the practice fitted, Three ihouiand Dollara Year, each. All le new, "WM.DOHEKTY, Full Particular IVee. Afleryou know all, Ifrou l'Si,l"i" to o no "10 Celeste .t., New Orleans. Lu." of his profession and has built up a Pclude furthrr, why. no harm la dona. Addreu, v. ALKiUX, llox 4'JO, Ausuatn, Mulue. lucrative business at that point. The Mr. ltadam's Microbe Killer Cures all " Dec.S-ly- . Disenses by Removing the Cause. compliment above referred to was circular nnd the worthily bestowed as his alma mater Send 2 cents stamp for Microbe War. shows what could not have selected a more skill- remedy must be, and do,disease Is and what tho to cure it. Read It, and you ful dentist from among its many circulate It Address will the discoverer for saving your life. RAIMM'S MICROBE KILLR, Nashville. Tenn. graduates for demonstrator. W. Indut-trloui- lr, rn jttt If you htrtn't, irltdom and Int.lllput ambition inrg.it writ, I you mr promli ir. tin-rl- ikt Uar fcnx wrilttn w er 7h3u-a- nd & & -- 1 1 al- making-ore- r Mlk A rwwi l$IGJ wm J. gaged." Died. GAYLE or LECOMPTE & GAYLE CO. sole agents for Franklin coui ty. fcjaV.X&t.S&jlkia' Jan, 16-l- Too Itlucli Snake. Wo were told on the street that a lady was driving along tho Glen's Oreek pike one day last week when Bho saw what she supposed to be a log lying across the road, but upon her approach tho object began to move, and she was astonished to ilnd that it was an immense snake measuring about onofoot through the body, and while its head was crossing tho fence on one side of the road its tail niavL Mrs. Eliza W. Banta, wife of Mr. f&Wfy Henderson G. Banta, who was j9SbIL Cun lV. Tho race for Circuit Judge in this strickon with paralysis some two district, as now composed of the weeks ago, died Sunday morning at counties of Franklin, Scott, Bourbon 2:15 o'clock, aged 82 years. For 52 TREATMEN r.fss and Woodford, will doubtless be be- years she and her aged husband had happily traveled tho pathway of tween Judge Ira Julian, of this city, Dn. K. C. West's Nehvkand Bhajn Tkkat-menu Bwtranteed speclllc Tor Hjsterlu, Dlzl- and Gov. Jas. E. Cantrill, of George life together, and to him and their six surviving children her death was hubs, uonvuisioiiH, hih, flervoiiH NeurnlKM. town, as they aro the only candidates lleiidiiclio. Nervous Prostration cuusedby the uso or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental in the field so far. Giving Judge a great blow. Dovotodly attached to of alcohol Softening of the Uraln rehultliiK In her homo and family, she seldom leauliiu to misery, and death, Julian this county and Gov. Cantrill I'leinature Old Aire. Burn ness. Loss of Pnuor wont out,and tho homo coming tojtho In Scott, tho light will bo mado in Boureither flox, luvoluntury Losr-eand loved ones sho has left behind caused by overexertion of tho brain, bon and Woodford. Judge Julian over bo sad indeed. For years will or contains sho one month's treatment. $1.00 Mich box six boxes a box. or stands well in Woodford, as it is in had been a member for SO 00, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. of tho Methodist his present district, and ho will WE GUAUANTEE SIX 1J0XES. Church and died in tho full faith of a probably carry it. Oov. Cantrill was glorious hereafter. To cure any wise. With each orderrecelved by us The funoral took for six boxes, accompanied with $5 00, wo will born and raised in tho edge of Bour-bor- place Monday afternoon from purchaser our writ ten truiirantee to retho send the money and has many friends and rela family residence and the If the treatment fund tho notelfect remains a cure. Guarantees Issued only does THE by tives in that county, which gives woro buried in tho Cemetery. CO., nnd J. W. (iAYLK, Franklort, Ky. him an advantage, and should ho carry that county he will have just Here Next Weelc. one vote the majority in tho nominating convention; but Judge Julian n Dr. It. Goldstein, tho We will pay the above reward for any case of will doubtless camp on his trail when optician, will be at tho Capital Hotel Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headu?ho,Iii-dlKcstloConstipation, or wo cannot he goes into Bourbon and make it July 11, 12 and 13, only throe days. cure with West's VegetableCostlveuess when the Liver Pills, Thoso needing his services should directions aro strictly complied with. They are exceedingly warm for him. It looks call and Bee him during his stay. purely Vegetuble, and never fall to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Largo boxes, containing HO like there is going to bo a fighting . Pills, 25 cents. Bewanof counterfeits mid Imim finish and here's hoping tho Frank tations. The genuine manufactured only by fort boy will come out ahead, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria": THE JOHN 0. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. Forsaloby all druggist. .GRAIN The Circuit Judgeship, yojt jyi jye jjj.1 Jjji jyi M t, jj, THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL Will be sent to any address from now until January 1st, 1893, for twenty-fiv- e cents. Campaign year is now at hand; you must keep posted, and the way to do so is to read THE COMMERCIAL-t- he only true exponent of protection and sound ourrenoy in the South. SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY i w i Vtf i clec-i- Sporuia-torrhn- self-abu- se e. n $500 Reward! well-know- n, And examine it carefully you will bo sure to subscribe. Address all lottors and mako o all checks and orders payable to Post-ofllc- I '. .2 v. LOUISVILLE PRESS CO,, 45-l- t. e e LOUISVILLE, KY. lC-l- .. 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Berry also crossed the plate, but according to the ground rule he had to stop at third, Lord taking second. Watts knocked a hot one to short which Winter-smit- h allowed to get through him, and Berry and Lord scored. Phillips muffed Davis' throw to catch Watts, and that player took second, Tupper ended the agony by striking out. Although men were on bases in both the fourth and fifth, no more scores were made until tho sixth, when Watts led off with a double and scored on Tuppers' single, although the latter was caught at second. Hudson struck out, as did McComb, but Davis passed the latter's third Btrike and he took first. Deinst hit to who again made an error, and McComb reached third, Deinst going to second. Shelly hit to H. Lindsey, who allowed tho ball to go through him, and McComb scored. Berry made the third out, Phillips to H. Lindsey. From this out the visitors got men on the bases in each inning but as luck would have it none scored and the crowd heaved a sigh of relief and gave vent to their feelings in a prolonged yell when Hudson closed the laBt inning by knocking a liner to Wintersmith. The score: two-bagge- BEST VALUE for the money to be found H1 any where. I a u Lf FRANKFORT. JULY 9, 1892. r, & 'if "WE ARE THE PEOPLE," Tlie Franlcforts Win Botli Games on tlie "Glorious Fourth." THEY CAN'T BEAT US. Every base ball player must have his ''off day." This saying has boon repeated so often that it has become trite, but at the risk of being thought original we use it once more in reference to Wick Lindsey's third base play in the morning game. No one bears him any hard feeling now, for his poor work didn't lose that game although it; came dangerously near it; while his playing in the afternoon so amply redeemed him that we would have been obliged to forgive But that morning game was a record breaker. The home club made fourteen errors and six hits while the visitors made six errors and seven hits, including two doubles and a triple, yet we won. Blessed be the fates, blessed be our luck, thanks be we won! to all the gods of base-ba- ll And in the afternoon how we "cussed" those new suits for Jonahs until the fifth inning, when the score was tied. Then they were the finest of mascots. This opinion wasn't changed when the game. was over, but on the contrary it became a certainty. Bring on the Colonels, Manager Pfeffer. "We will tackle all Louisville if you sayt Two from the Deppens, one from the Mutuals, three from the Olympics! Hoopla! Olympics 5. The crowd at the morning game .was composed mostly of the "Regulars," but was one of the largest of the season." When Phillips, who came down from Lexington on the morning train, urrived ho was greeted by cheers which showed how popular he has become. And right well did he deserve it. The game opened with the visitors at the bat. They went out in one, twothroe, but the home boys scored twice. Newman was hit by the pitcher and took second on Davis' hit. A wild pitch advanced both a base. Morchant hit to Wntts and Newman was thrown out at the plate, Davis taking third and the batter second. They botli scored on Qoins' hit. The latter stole third but was left, the next two batters going out. Stagg opened the second with a hit and stole second. Wintorsmith's sacrifice gave him third. Phillips readied first on Shelly's fumble of his bunt and stole second. Stagg oamo in on Newman's hit, and on Davis' hit, which Hudson failed to stop, both Phillips and Newman scored and Roxy reached third on the orror. Ho also camo homo a moment latter on DoiiiBt's orror. This ended tho run getting for the home team until the soventh, when Newman took first on Lord's muff of his fly, stole second and camo home when Shelly throw wild to first to catoh Davis, who had gotten his baso on balls. Davis reached third, him anyway. Tho Olympics added two in the third on a base on balls, a batter hit, an error and two singles. The crowd was feeling very blue, the score standing 6 to 1, and even an earned run on Newman's single and Davis' triple failed to cheer them. Davis also scored on Watts' error. But after the visitors were blanked in the fourth and our boys rolled up two more on errors by Watts and Lord and a combined steal of second and homo by Wintersmith and while Shelly was dosing in the box, things took on a rosier hue Van-Derve- er a single. I ffll.l'Mlijf1""""11"" JAY-EYE-B-EE Sin. J. I. Cash. fHickory Qrovo Farm, home Itaclnc, Wis., bays: "Alter trying known remedy, 1 removed iv largo Hunch " or tvo years standing, from a 3 year old lilly, U witU three applications of of cry c) --'- QUINTS of. wmm M Hit jflM'Jif iB tbadk mark. heartily recommend it to all Horsemen." YTchaxa hundreds of such testimonials. Price, Sl50 per bottle. Askyourdruggistforlt. Ifho does not keep It, send us SJc. stamps or silver, for trial Lex. W. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. It Is tho best preparation I have over used or Iicnrd 1 MTU? j 5 5 Win-tersmit- h I and shouts and cheers urged them on. And the enthusiasm knew no bounds when Qoins tied the score in the fifth on a base on balls, a steal, a sacrifice and H. Lindsey's hit. Although the visitors made two more in the sixth on Phillips error of Berry's hit, Tupper's base on balls, Lord's double and Watts' single, the home boys were right after them, and again tied the score when Newman got a base on balls and Davis followed with a triple, he also scoring on Watts' error. Tho victory was clinched in the next, Wintersmith leading off with a triple and scoring No more on VanDerveer's single. scores were made by either side, and the most exciting game of the season had given us another victory. The score: FRANKFORT AB Plants, Bulbs, Seeds. Metal Designs. B J. THOMPSON, NO 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE 1050. RING 2. I'd Rose Buds a Specialty. Floral designs. J M tr Newman, cf David, c Merchant p Uolns, rf Lindsey, W.,8h Lindner, II., lb . '. . Phillips. 2b Wintersmith. s. s. . . . VanDerveer, If .... 3 5 5 3 3 4 4 3 3 33 It 2 2 0 1 1 (J 1 111 2 1 l SII 0 0 0 1 It) 1 11 A E 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 13 1 10 0 1 0 9 0 0 0 0 1 EDWARD CLAASSE -- 2 2 1 0 9 0 0 1 U 0 17 IFE.OI'Xa.AJLa-- Totals Berry, 2b 9 2 27 4 0 1 6 Olympics. aii Tupper, Lord. FRANKFORT. Newman, cf . . . Davis, c Merchant, p. . . . Lindsey, V.,!b. . Lindsey. II., lb. . Stage, If Wintersmith, s. a. Phillips, 2b . . . . GoliH.rf . . . rc. '. Frankfort 7; .2210110 .3120441 .4010100, 1110 101 .4001162 . aii 4 it In sii ro II a. k Watts, 3b Shelly, p. lb Ol G ss If. Cf 4 3 ft it In sij 2 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 ro a 1 e 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 Plumber, fIPE ANJD GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 3 4 1 0 0 0 1 3 4 Deinst, c Hudson, rf Totals McComb, 11 0 3 Glazebroolc lb, p.. . . 4 5 6 5 4 39 2 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 7 1 U 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 4 0 0 11 0 2 0 0 H 0 2 11 0 7 0 0 6 Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets, Opposite State House. 21 . 0 7 0 0 0 2 2 Totals Berry,2b OlympicsOlazebrook. Lord, If Wntis. 3b vofvimii Donlst. c ohelly, p 82 All 6 2 27 PO .7 14 Vninlifnrlii A lb r 6100110' In sn 1 1 1 E 1 Tupper, ss Hu.ison.rf ft 5 6 6 5 6 0 1 10 1 1 0 0 i 4 3 i 2 2 0 1 0 0 I) 1 0 nni ni 0 0 7 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 ! Innings 121 9 1 1 fl 9- T O II ' nV n n n l n u ll n ni.mi.i.d Karned Runs Frankfort 2. Two Hase Hits shelly. Lord, Berry. Three Base Hits Davis 2, Wintersmith. Stolen Bases Merchant, Golns 2. W. Lindsey. H. Lindsey, Phillips, Wintersmith, Watts 2. Berry. 345678 - FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. , PBANKFORT.KENIDCK-h . inancnBBBaaqaiganrnmnann)vna7Sl 0 0 3 Totals Innings Fraukfort Olympics 41 5 7 1 21 1 9 Bases on Balls Off Merchants; off Shelly 3; off Glazebrook 1. Hit by Pitcher By Merchant 2; by Shoily 1; by 2 Glazebrook 2. Merchant 8; by Shelly 2; by Struck Out-- By 6 Glazebrook 8. Passed Ball Deinst. Wild Pitches-Shelly, Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. W Catalogue PKBR. Write to Bryant & Stvallon Swinese College, LOUISVILLE, KY. Si1 l"'r I? u . iv ff. B Tho most to bo dreaded of all disequaling tho ATU.ISH FAST OCTIINO DEXTEIU eases often begins in a simple cold, Ifflffi iTnft M'i iMil . simply neglected. No cough should to run a single day withbe allowed Umpires Helburn and Richardson. &BflgItKHMtftFMJSjjra s3iWfl'"wi35jiy5'j'w'irvrcsTraM out using the finest remedy in tho Time of Game One hour and 60 minutes. mi TVNYlltfwW mwrwvv world, Dr. Hale's Household Cough per Cure. Itacts like magic, strengthening s'lvcr Stool, Including Handles, 81.00 per foot. t. special stel, Without Handles, .75 foot the lungs, allaying all irritation and 9; Olympics 8. Frankfort whoro other remeIn honor of tho occasion tho homo cures a cough and 50c.allper bottlo at BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. dies fail. '2!) The largo domand for tho Atkins Concave Tooth Dkxter 8aw has led competitors to mako boys appeared in new uniforms for Carpenter's South Sido Drug Storo. as tho Dexter." These imitation Saws aro inado from a inferior Saws which they claim "as 4 tho afternoon game, and thoy prelower grade of steel, Inferior workmanship, and without tho patent coueave tooth. Ask your hardware dealer for tho "Atkins DuxTEn" and take no other. If tho dealer will Tho sented a neat appearance. not order It for you, remit amount with order direct to us. crowd was probably tlie largest over Business Indianapolis, Ind. Memphis, Tenn, seen on tho grounds and formod a Messrs. J. L. IIuiY and Ohas. Sharp-leperfect circle around tho field. Minneapolis, Minn. Chattanooga, Tenn representing tho National AdverTho visitors took advantage of a p. w. e. Mch. bad case of rattles developed by the tising Co., are in town working up a champions to score four runs in tho business directory to bo hung in tho first inning. Two baggers by Berry L. & N. depot. They propose to got House and Lot For Sale. and Shoily and a single by McComb up a handsome card, framo it handassisted them. While for the first somely, and will insert tho names of FIUME RESIDENCE, CON-- 1 time this year Davis' men failed to our merchants at a low rato. Adver- THE tulnlug Uvelvo rooms, cellar and basement, always pays and this is a on Washington street, next door to tho Episcopal score. They got in one in socond tising parsonage, Is olfered for sale at a bargain, For however, W. Lindsey being hit by ohanco to get it in a lasting form terms apply to Frankfort, Ky. W. ANDERSON GAINES. May pitcher and scoring on asacriilco and ohoap. H H 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0- -6 Huns Frankfort 2; Olympics 1. Two Uase Hits Dolnst, Watts. Three Baso Hits -- Glazebrook. Stolen liases Noivmun 2, Coins, II. Lindsey, Stninj. Phlllli-s- . Uase on Uulls-- Off Merchant 1; Oif Shelly 3. lilt by Pitched Hall Newman. Struck Out Uy Merchant 6; by Shelly 7. Passed Halls Uelust, D.ivls. Wild I'ltch-SUe- lly. 12 0 o 0 0 0 T a 4 34GG78H-- 7 Merchant. Time of Game Two hours and 10 minutes. umpires Helburn and Richardson. Atkins' Patent Concave Tootfi Dexter, DIXIE'S FWOqiTE. F0f THE HOODS OF THE SOUTft IT HS (10 EQUL. patent by which this Saw Is protected consists of a depression of tho faco of tho cutting teeth through tho center from point to base, thus removing ull friction whllo in use, giving strength and btlflfacss to tho teeth and increasing three-fo- ld tho durability of tho "set." WE CHALLENGE THE WOIlIiU to produce a Haw Th Consumption. ""''t Iircctor'. ' y, E.C. ATKINS & CO., n RoVt. B. Franklin 11-iy. TWO-STOR- I.ftftL HlJ J: L&&. HacaBH flwro; b s JOHN T. BUOKLjEJY IS- Eeady for Spring Trade in the most complete M IS- - K B.V. Eeady for Spring Trade with a large line of H ?'. China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns closing out. goods. K. Gook stoves k Ranges, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double I am No trouble to show h. ." JNO.T. BUCKLEY. Religious. 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. JOEBT T. BUCKLEY. at the 'hoodlum element," which he 0. Tay- says predominates here, is largely lor, the pastor, being absent on his represented at games in Lexington, summer vacation, there will be no and we do not expect anything like services fair treatment from Lexington or her Sunday-schoo- l at 9:30 a. m. newspapers. When the latter cease to misrepresent us whenever an opRev. W. T. Poynter. D. D., of portunity offers, we shall certainly Shelbyville, will preach at Shiloh think the milleninm near at hand. Methodist Church, near Millville, tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock, and at Cedar Chapel, near Farmdale, toA Safe Investment. morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Is one which is guaranteed to OATuoiau Church The usual bring you satisfactory results, or services at the Church of the Good in case of failure a return of purwill be con- chase price. On this safe plan Shepherd ducted by Rev. Father James Gorey, you can buy from our advertised the temporary pastor. bottle of Dr. King's High mass at 8 a. m., low mass Druggist a New Discovery for Consumption, vespers at 7:30 p. m. at 10 a. m., and it is guaranteed to bring relief in Rev. H. G. every case, when used for any Methodist Church affection of Throat, Lungs ot Henderson will preach such as Consumption. morning at 11 o'clock. Union service Chest night. atSunday-BchoInflammation of Lungs, Bronconvenes at 9:30 a.m. chitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Mr. Henderson extends a cordial of the Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant invitation to the members General Assembly to attend these and agrcebble to taste, perfectly services. safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at South First Presbyterian Church Side Drug Store. Rev. J. McClusky Blayney, D. D., P. H. Carpenter. i having returned from his western trip, will occupy his pulpit Attempt to Break Jail. morning at'll o'clock. No service at night. Communion sei vices will be held Jailor Williams made a lucky disnext Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. covery on Sunday and frustrated an Preparatory services Friday evening at 8 o'clock and at 11 o'clock Satur- attempt of four Government prisonday morning. ers to break jail. It seems that Zack Moreland, counterfeiter, Zed Adkins up on the Lexington boys so as to get Trots Shelbyville. them rattled and lose the game " We would be greatly obliged to the It is true that some of tho crowd The Sholby County Trotting Assomtnistcrs and officers o t churchesin the were noisy and guyed the Loxing-to- n ciation makes tho following ancity if they would furnish us with any players, but the statement that nouncement for its 1892 meeting, announcements which they may wish they were "let in at the back gate which takes place July 13th, 14th and made.1 free with instructions to yell all the 15th: OHitiariAJM Church The congretime and crowd up on the players" FIRST DAY. gation will assemble at 10:30 o'clock for has foundation only in the fertile imPurse, 2:34 class, 300. the celebration of the Lord's Supper. agination of the Transcript's reporYearlings (foals 1891), half mile No service at night. ter. The players were not "crowded heats. 2:45 class, 300. up Southern Presbyterian Church anyon," as the police would not allow Purse, second day. thing of the kind, and they reRev. W. G. Neville will occupy his Purse, 2:30 class, 300. morning at 11 ceived far better treatment than any pulpit Shelby Breeders' Stake, club from this city ever met with at o'clock. No night service. 200 no (foals 1890), guaranteed, tho hands of a Lexington crowd, for servces will be held to- we have s6en several games in that more, no less. Eligible to 3:00 class. The union Purse, 2:23 class, 300. morrow night at the Methodist city when we thought the Frankfort THIRD DAY. Rev. Dr. J. McClusky players and those who accompanied Church. Blayney will deliver the discourse. Stake, 3:00 class, guaranteed, 300 away them were fortunate to get no more, no less. from the grounds alive. Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Purse, 2:39 class, 300. Tho Transcript's man promises our Penick, the rector, will occupy boys gentlemanly treatment and no ' Merchants' Stake, (foals 1889), 300 no more, no less. the pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at guying when they come to that city, Eligible to 2:40 class. but our people happen to know that 8:00 p. m. three-year-ol- j0PfflQ 5 Their Superior Ability hi Treating Ob- - scare, Chronic IMsciiM'S is something marvelous, hnvo cured whero others have given up to die. A Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and euros habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt hi Its action and truly beneficial 111 its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agrqeahle substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists. 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, Baptist Church Rev. V. Merit Wins. We desire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery fo Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills Bucklen's Arnica Saivc .ind Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every rime, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. For sale by P. H. Carpenter, Druggist. i -- , 'jiif:jr!-!rlpp7yj"'-'- !r Drs. Walter and Stockdale, The world renowned specialists, of the Southern Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., wjll be at Frankfort. i Capital Hotei, July 29, 1892, Returning every' four weeks during the year. Drs. Walter and Stockda o nave had years of experience In the largest hospitals In th country, are gradunt s of severdl of the best Colleges and hae fori- m mbei of icarsmudoaspeclaltyof all chronic and turvttcnl disease. They undertake no incurable diseases but huv cured hundreds given up to die. Theytieat successfully and do not tike the case unless a cure can be guaranteed. Acute, ami Chronic Catarrh, ringing in Hie ears, IJeafness, Diseases of tho Eyo, Eur, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kid-nc- v, - SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. IE 3 VltI Urinary ami Madder Troubles, Urlght's Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation ltheiiumtisin Paralysis. w Tlie Matter Explained. There have been so many escapes from the jail in Georgetown that tho county court has determined to build another, and workmen are now engaged in tearing away the old one to make room for the new. The following from tho Georgetown Times explains why the prisoners were so anxious to get away from the old structure: Nicholasville, Ky., iss ol A. H. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostito Gland trouble; who given up to die by nil general practitioners I consulted, and I myself gavo up all hope, made my will and so arranged my business, waa obliged to use atb ither every halt hour. And now entirely well, cured by Drs. Walter and Stockdale. E I. Hewitt, Principal. SECOND MONDAY IN years standing; am now completely cured by Drs. 0. 11. Thonia". Frankfort. Ky ratarrh of ten September, 189'. For catalogues apply to Principal as above. July SESSION CURED. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by Improved and never fulling remedies. DISEASES OF WOMhN, such as Leucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains lu buck, relieved In short YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED MKN suffering from Spermatorrhea, I in potency, Eruptions, the should call before it result of eirors or exce-ses- , Is too late, and guarantee u cure Superlluous hair and all eruptions on the face permanently removed. Remember th ditto and come rnrly, as their rooms are always crowdel wherever they ttop. Examination and consultation free, private and confidential. Tluy can refer you to hundreds of cases In our own Statu uiul every Stato in the Union, which he has cured, among t em thp following: Darwin, ind., SuppressMrs. Hev. J. L. r, menstrutloiis. Mrs. Henry ed and Camden. lnd Female Trouble. Mrs. It. W. Crockett, Delphi. Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. GusGln-rlcMrs. Martha Owasco, Ind., Lung Trouble. Wallace, Fr.mkfort. Ind , cancer of breast reMiss llettle without knife or cauhtlc. moved Block, Mlchigautown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. Mrs. Rosa McCarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Cookson, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eyo straightened. Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and Mrs. Sarah Asthma of long standing. Mrs M. Clark, Mooresvllle. Ind., Cancer, cured without knlfo or caustic. Mis? Sural) Dougherty, Rockileld, ind., Epllepsey. Mrs. Ijincaster, Vlvalla. Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind., KidGri-deh. Walter and stockdiile. EPILEPSY OR FITS POSITIVELY that while tearing it down the Vermin was so thick in tho old jail work- STATEMENT 01 the Condition of the At Close of Business, men were compelled to stop work and burn them out before they could DEPOSIT BANK OF FRANKFORT proceed. Tlie Street Railway. Work will be commenced on the street railway this morning. The ties will be spread, beginning on Holmes street, and continuing to the end of the line. A carpenter by the name of M. S. Powers fell from the roof of a house in Rnaf. Don MnlnfiH. Towa. and sus tained a painful and serious sprain of u the wrist, wnicn no curuu wkhBalm. of Chamberlain's Pain bottle Ho Bays it is worth $5 a bottle. It coBt him 50 cents. For sale by J. W. . Gayle, Druggist. 43-lm- ii m Tlie Usual Lie. The Lexington Base Ballists seem to have brought their liar along with them, who furnished the Transcript with a report of the game Thursday, in which he uses the following language: "Tho game was an interesting one and would have been enjoyed game by every lover of tho national"hood-lumsif it hadn't been for a lot of back" that were let in at the gate free by some one with instructions to yell all the time and orowd Ingles, postoflico roband bers, all of whom are awaiting trial, and Sam Bellamy, serving a term for moonsliining, entered into a plot to make their escape, secreted several case knives sent in with their meals and made them into saws. With these they cut one of the bars to u window of the hospital, in which apartment they were allowed to remain in the day time, and were just ready to spring it out of position and letthem-selve- s to tho ground with ropea made from their bed alothing when the plot was discovered by Uncle Minus, who marched them into safe quarters and will see that they do not have a chance to make another attempt to get away. Moreland was arrested in this county, but the others were brought here from the Mountains. A Long: Time Between Malls JXT3ME1 30, 1B9S, $215,644 21,417 54,87b 1,900 'i 45 01 02 00 31 81 There are only three postofllces in Alaska, and these only receive mails every fifteen days. ASSISTS. Loans and Discounts Cash Due from Banks Darby's Prophylactic Will Use it in every keep the atmosphere pure and wholesomejremoving all bad odors from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and all sick-roo- Furniture Protest 116111 Est,lt0 "ggBUm contagious diseases. The eminent physician, J. Marion Sims, of New York, says: "I am convinced that Prof. Darby's ProphylacticFluid is a most valu 21 able disinfectant, " residence every morning, leave orders at V. H. Averill's drug store, the U. S. Express office or H. R. Williams' grocery. 23-t- f. If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, loft at your Stray Oow Tho person who lost a dry Alderny cow, with one horn shortor than the other and ring and hole in the right ear. can hear of her whereabouts by callincr and paying for this notice. The party has had hoi. fnr t.wn wenkfl and wants the owner to come and take her away. Ind., Catarrh. Doctors said would die with conas ever. Win. A. Gard, sumption. Is us well y Burlington, Ind., Kidney trouble for four years. Dr. waiter cured mo two years ago have not . $291,521 81 been tioubled since. Elijah Toler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not see after business as ever, .lames Wyatt, Delphi, am us well y Net earnings for six months, ending $5,324 51 Ind., Could not hour and had constant dischare June 30. 1892 from my cars. Dr. Walter cured me entirely. Applied ns follows: Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J C. Canine, $2,322 00 Dividend No. 48 Waverland. Ind., Caturrh. Dr. J. w. p. Seller, 100 00 Interest and Discount. GreenctiBtle, Cancer of Eyo. Mrs. Mary Jones, 40000 Tax Edlnburg, Brlghts Disease. 1,010 98 ToSurpIus Those names are given by permission 1,491 53 Dad debt charged off . . and they request that all sufferers should write them in regard to their case. from They also have many testimonials H. H. WATSON, Cashier. patients having been cured of private diseases oven by permission but do not publish thorn Sworn and subscribed to before me this 1st day but will furnish them upon application. Address U. Keknon, Notary Public. of July, 1892. DIVIDEND NOTICE. three (3) per cent, will be paid on the capital stock of the Deposit Hunk of Frankfort on and after Tuesday, July 6, 1892. A dividend of uly2-2- Old Dividends Dividend No. 48 (S per ct.). Individual Depositors Interest and Discount State Tax Surplus Capital Stock JIA.niIITIlS. 00 $77,400 355 50 2,322 00 183,959 47 100 00 1,142 97 29,24187 ney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Martinsville. Drs. Walter and Stockdale, No. 620 Fifth street. t U. H. WATSON, Cashier. Louisville, Ey. . "Mfi- ll - I K'' f H ,f w . - 7 $ :1 Open Faced Filled Case. Open Fnco Filled Case, Elgin Movement. I) W A GENUINE -- BAGAi SALRE IFOK- EIHGT DAYS ONLY! We will inaugurate, on 1L7U.eScLa,37" T"U.l37" Sllhu, and continue for EIGHT DAYS ONLY, a special sale of Gold and Filled Oise Watches. This sale should command the attention of the public on account of the extremely low prices. These goods are all of latest designs and best workmanship, and the low prices asked will surprise you. The accompanying illustrations are only two of the great bargains offered, and our guarantee goes with every watch. WARRANTED FIFTEEN YEARS. M. A. SELBERT, The Jeweler, Frankfort, Ky. ZFrice, $12.50. WARRANTED TWENTY YEARS. M Dr. Hale's Household Int. ft It" Mr. Virgil Heiatt, of this city, and Miss Bertha Hedges, of Louisville, were one of the six couples married in Jeffersonville, Indiana, on Monday. Ask at Mr. Bud Clark and Miss Nellie Uur Store a New k greatest speed, Reiman being unable Hunt, of this city, also eloped to to hold him, and Conover took the Jeffersonville Tuesday and were box in the second inning, pitching a made roan and wife. mm splendid game. There was much W&lew Ideas Putina Bright, M kicking at Mr. Jamison's umpiring, High Bridge Camp Meeting. Brief Way and he certainly did rub it in on the boys, but still that did not beat us For the above named meeting it was poor playing. The score: agents of tho Queen & Crescent Baric. Remove the Route (Cincinnati Southern) Cincin AD 1b FlUNKFORT. ro nati to Somerset and all agents of the 1 5 on the South Side Newman, cf If the policeman Louisville Southern R. R., will sell 2 12 5 Davis, c 1 0 5 would quietly present with a button, Merchant, p tickets to High Bridge, Ky., on July 0 0 22d to August 1st, good for return unknock in the head or drown the dog Going, rf.2b G 0 Tupper, til August 2d, at half rates, plus 25c. 2 0 which goes about Second and Third Llndsey,If.W.. 8b . . tagg. 0 0 admission fee. Tho accommodations 1 9 streets at night raising as much rack- Llndsey. II.. lb. . . at the Kentucky Palisades (High Remember (he place, St. 1 0 WInter8mlth, ss.. . et as a steam engine, with its loudbridge uamp urounds) nave been 89 8 8 127 14 7 improved and made more extensive Totals mouthed baying, or even dislocate than any previous year. For descripits voice, ho would receive the heartLexington. n n In ea po a k tive pamphlets, &c, address D. G. 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 Brown, ss felt thanks of many long suffering nelman, c. Kentucky Training School. 4 1 0 12 4 4 0 Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Stein, 3b oitizens. 12 2 1 01 Mt. Sterling, Ky. 1 2 4 5 1 Seibel. p.. lb Cheap Rates on L,. & N. 6 0 Conove'. If., p ment Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Files like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can he taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Outs, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's South Side drug store. 5-- ly the Olympics, who volunteered to play in tho absence of Phillips, who played with the Lexingtons, and Davis' batting. No particularly fine field work was done by the visitors, but Reiman's and Douglas heavy batting was noteworthy. Seibel, who Btarted in to pitch, could not use his Itlarried. R. ROGERS & SON, W f I jr , BISSELL BOOKLET I jW for I We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about RISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. 1 Free to those who ask for it. fl -- Clair St., opp Court House. Kiug's Royal Gertneteur. Pre-eminentl- y Ramsey, rf. , j H. 0 0 2 the medicine of the Douglas, cf. century, Its phenominal success as 6 7 40 11 10 4 27 Totals a seller and favorite with the people 8 9 is the acknowledged wonder of the Innnlngs T 1234667 -8 medicine world. Based upon the Frankfort 30040100 1 Lexington 2 01 314000-1Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, Famed Runs Frankfort 1; Lexington 3. modern, and at once popular, comTwo Base Hits Davis 2. H. Llndsey. mending itself as a necessary houseThree Base Hits Douglas 2. hold remedy. It advertises best by Home Run Reiman. its use. Specific for all Catarrhal Double Plav Merchant, Davis2.and H. Llndsey. on Balls Merchant diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Baseby Pitcher Off Merchant 3 By Hit Purifier. It is without doubt the Stolen Bases Tupper, W. Llndsey, Davis, most reliable germ destroyer in ex- Golns, Helman and Conover. istence, and to the extent that the 10.Struck Out By Seibel 1: Conover 13; Merchant theory is correct, King's Royal Passed Balls Reiman 4. 30 minutes. ermeteur is the remedy. It is no Time of Game 2 hours andJamison. Umpires Mchardson and accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For Mr. Will. Shinkle, who played third 19 base in the old Frankfort Inter-Stat- e sale by Chapman & Williams. League Olub, is in the city on a visit to A Defeat at L,ast. his brother, Mr. George Shinkle, and may become a member of the presLEXINGTON 11, FRANKFORT 8. ent Frankfort Base Ball nine. He is s pitcher, a splendid based club, a Lexington The man and a good batsman. He would which has not lost a game this season, met the homo club at Lake Park strengthen our club very materially. on Thursday and we are theirs. Those who have attended the last The Old Original Remedy Leads. four or five games at the park have noticed an appreciable falling off in Sick poople should not be deceived the games put up by the homo club, by pretenders who talk about 'germs," "baccilli," &c, to and the climax was reached on Montheir day and Thursday. By good luck sell peoplepreparations, thus preventfrom buying the original the two games on the fourth wero ing medicine. "Radam's Microbe tested won, but such was not the case Thurs- Killer" is what you need. It is now, day, and wo hope the boyB may profit and for years has been, making more cureB than all other remedies by the lesson they received. combined. Road their advertisement It was a bad defeat only in the in this paper. Don't be deceived. sense that it was due to the boys' own poor playing. The score was at Shelby Trotting Races. all times close and the visitors only breathed easy after the last man was The annual mooting of tho Shelby out in the ninth inning. While the County Trotting Association will, bo visitors batted hard, Merchant, ns hold at Shelby villo, commencing next usual, kept their hits well scattered, Wednesday, tho 13th, and continuing and it was only by the aid of errors three days. The purses offered are that the large score was made. And liberal and thirty-eighorses are almost of the errors wero of the "yel- ready entered in the different olasses. low" character, which the boys are Every arrangement has been made not usually in the habit of making. to render tho meeting a success and For instance, Soibel, in the fifth in- there should bo a largo attendance of ning, made the circuit of the bases our trotting horse men. on three strikes and a series of wild throws, while that usually reliable The Fourth. catch, Alex. Golns, let two fly balls Quite a crowd of people camo in get away from him. from tho country on Monday, but Wo beliovo the boys will yet themselves and dofoat the club as nearly all tho business houses wore from tho city of horses and fine closed very littlo business was done. whisky should thoy again moot this Tho weather was delightful and season. As it was, thoy gave tho vis- many of our citizens loft town or itors tho hardest tussle which thoy attended tho games of ball at Lake Tho oolored people hud a Park. have yot had for tho viotory. Tho details of tho game are too street parado and pionio in Brown's harrowing for elaboration. Tho best Bottom, and every thing passed off featurea for tho homo olub wore tho pleasantly and quietly, But few fireBocond baso work of Fred Tupper, of works wero sot off. 0first-clasfar-fame- Relter, lb.,lf Phillips, 2b 5 3 5 5 520 113 10 0 0 0 2 1 DR. W. I. KELLEY, HOTEL, KY.. IN LEXINGTON. 0 1 1 0 0 120 0 0 3 0 2 0 3 1 account National Educational 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 return until July 19th, with privilege of extension until September 15th, on condition that tickets bo deposited with agent of the committee, on or before July 19th, and only surrendered to passengers on day return jonr-no- y On practical, homelike. Military school with collegiate course. Number limited: rooms full last year. Apply early. Major C. W. FOWLER, Superintendent July A 2-- TSpfef' Monday, Wednesday Junl8-t- f OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the FHOESriZS: Saturday, July 9th, 1892. Saturday, July 30th, 1892. Saturday, Aug. 20th, 1892. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical operation and with little or no pain. DANCING CLASS. 10 o'clock. is commenced. W. W. Alexander, A. bcott. Frankfort, Ky. STRAUSS CLASS IN MISS KATIE at Capital Hotel. Days DANCING . J. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Dr. open of Tuition REEERENCES . .' W. McKeo Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. Agent. and Friday mornings at J. Ky. Reduced rates will be made by the Queen & Orescent Route for the following named occasions. Tickets will also be sold by L. S. R. R. At Louisville, Ky., Grand Lodge of Colored Masons of Kentucky, July 12 SEE HERE! my meat store at 3J0 Second street In the Herndon block, whew I am prepared to furnish the most choice and tenderest cut- - of all kind of fresh meats, at the lowest prices. Call and leave your orders and they will receive prompt attention. Z. TAYLOR COLLINS. June 18-l- T WISH TO INFORM I tlwt I have Just MY OLD CUSTOMERS David Moore, Benson, Ky. .las. M. Wlthrow, Kr.mkfoit, Ky. DR. KELLEY'S office and residence Is at 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be fouud ever) day of each week except SATUR- Bcrberlch, Frankfort, Ky. Rev. L. P. Hulett. Benson. Ky. A. 11. McClure, Krunkfort. Ky. A'. J. hughes. Frankfort, Ky. V. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. 20th. to 15. At Georgetown, Ky., Grand Lodge of Colored Odd Fellows, July 12th. At New Albany, Ind., Holiness Camp Meeting, July 21 to August DAYS, Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to nny one by nudresslng W. I. KELLEY, M. D., 25D W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE. High Bridge Camp Meeting, High Articles of Incorporation. Bridge, Ky.. July 22 to August. At Harrodsburg, Ky., Morcer county Fair, July 20 to 29, tickets on sale GIVEN THAT WE. July 25th to 29th, good for return un- vrOriCE IS HEREDY become Incorporated THE unundersigned, have ., "Mi-crobl- ," til July 30th. At Nicholasville, Ky., Christian State Convention, colored, July 27th. At Washington, D. 0., National Meeting of Wheelmen, July 10 and 17. li der chapter j ht re-doo- m elegant dining cars on all through trains. Call on nearest ticket agont and nsU for tickets via the Big Four Route, which is tho only lino landing passongors in New York City without ferry transfer. powerand transact su'h business as pertains generally to bulldlrg and loan associations, to purchase, use, lease boto and sell real and personal estate. The general until re or Its liusli ess Is to assist Its members Id s vlnt; and Inve-tlnmoney, and In buying and Improving real estate and by procuring money for other purposes by loaning to such of them as may dJslro It, and Its principal place or business shall be Frankfort, Kentucky. exSaid If you have a buggy, carriage or istencecorporation commenced Its corporateshall 1W2. and the 1st sot of harness which needs repairing continueonfor twentyday of July,thereafter, unless live jKira take it to the Kentucky Buggy and sooner dissolved by a vote of the stockholders of the stock. Broadway. owning three-fourtHarness Company on east The capital stock of said association shall not All work promptly executed. 15-t- f. exceed In the aggregate and full ultimate value thereof at any onetime fle hundred thousand dollars, and be divided Into shares of the ultimate value of one hundred dollars each, which shares may be Utuedln one or more series. In such amount and at kucIi Unions the board of dlreuors may determine, and shall bo paid for in such nimuier and at such time and place as may uo prescrmen uy me oyinws, ruies ami regulaEvery one contomplatlngan eastern tions of said association. trip should take advantage of the exr bo affairs of said Association shall bo vested tremely low rates to Now York an- In. and conducted by. a boaul of seveiullrectors; choose a President, Vice Preslde.it. a nounced by the Big Four Route, in who shall and Treasurer connection with the great Four secretary shall be elected and an Attorney. Said annually on Qie first directors Track Now York Central and Hudson Monday In .lull Ineuch)enr.exceptt e first board, which shall consist of 1.. I). Marshall, Jacob Sh'J River Railroad, for all trains leaving gert, n.T. Farmer, ChacKllwaiiger.Oeo j, Lewi-- , Cincinnati July 5th, Oth and 7th, B. II Jelfers and F. M Hullo ran the unrleislcned good returning until August 15th, Incorporators, who shall hold olllce until tho first allowing stopover at Lake Chautau Jlomuiy in .iuiy.itya, ami until uieir hucccessors i qua and Niagara Falls, with a steamor arc elected and imallled.amiAnd said dlrector-may appoint such ngejits emplojes as they rule down tho classic Hudson River deem til tor the best merest of the Association, s In accordance with the provision of the from Albany,if desirod.wtthout extra The amount of Indebtedness or liacharge. For tho Toaohors' Meeting bility tohighest tho fuldcorporatl n Is to subject which at Saratoga, tho Big Four Routo will Itself shall not at any time exceed $'2wi'. The private property of the corporators and soil tickets at n very low rate July 5th nil corporate to 13th, good returning until Septem- stockholders Is to lie exempt from hereof, wo the debts mid liabilities. In testimony 15th. Palace sleeping cars and undersigned subscribe our mimes this Jul) 1st, ber the General Statutes of Kentucky, and (11 'd articles or Incorporation for record In the Franklin County court i lerk's oflloe. The name of the corporation Is the 'People's Homestead u- d Saving Association," and by that name It s nuthonzed to sue and be sued, contract and be contracted with, and possess such 66 of At Niagara Falls, N. Y., Dental Congress, July 29 to August 6th. For further information as to rates, &c, call on Tickets Agents or write D. G Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. g MvvvvvvvvvvaaSr iaaiHssiflMKu2RwkaBW kbvvh The Most Successful KcmcdyeYer discovered, as It Is certain In Its effects and docs not blister. Read proof below I Kendall's Spavin Cure. Hwceiiey.Miioitldei'Joliitliiiiiicuctm.ritiilo l, JainienexM lit working on Foot. lininciiCHH and will euro! hat all with Kendall's BpavlnCure. It Is tho best Liniment for manor beast I have I Rock, Ark., Aug. 26, 90. Co.: with tho greatest mntlofaction that I It Inform you tliat I ImTueiirtMUiofollowlngdlncnsM: Dr. B. Gents-- Low Rates to New York and Saratoga via Big J. Kendall Is Little Four Route. Joint Jiiiuuiiet,am I' ore I Mioe-Hol- Ilin-Jnl- ut overused. recommend It to all liorso owners. Horses that I have worked nnnre valuable, ut without) our Uulment would be worthless. I have friends who used It for Hprnlmt and llrulHCH and cured them. Thoy say It Is Out best they ever used. Yours truly, E. U. B. WELLS. Kendall's Spavin Cure. I i lly-liu- Mokto Visto, Colo., Doc. 21, 1KSD. un. u. J kendau. Co., Enosburuh Falls, Vt, dents III the vpnr lKfil I trtmtnl with Ifnnilnll'a Spavin Cure a llono.spiivliinf soven )ears stand-liiuearly ns lurrfo as a hens ew and completely stopped the lamonesi and removed tho en largo, ment. Have worked tho horso very hard ever sluctt, he novor has shown any lameness neither can I soo any difference In tho slz.t of tho hnek. Yours truly, F. & COOLKY. K 1KM. L. R MARSHALL, JACOB SWIGERT, 11. July II. B. JEFFERS, F. M. HALLORAN. T. FARMER, CHAS. ELLWANGER, GEO. A. LEWIS. Price $1 per bottle, or l bottles for $8. All ilruiylnts havo it or enn yet It for you, or it will bo sent to nny address on rccoti t ofprlco by tho proprietors Aug DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vermont .l-l- y, A ..'.I.. LiiPOrr-- vr ? 3H Main Street, Frank fort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. T1'- - Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. Summer Glearanc and Offerings. 'M . A backward season rotarded the demand for MEN'S and BOYS' SUITS during the month of May, consequently we find we have more of these suits than we can afford to carry, and, in order to close them out, we place Upon our counters, commencinc JULY 1st, some 3,000 Men's, Boys' 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. r ! OX-iOTZEaZiaSTGh. 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, 4.00, 5.00, 7.50, 10.00, 12.50, 15.00, worth almost double the money. 53-00- THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY. Must be sold this month. 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. 4 ply solid linen collars, 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 25'c. 4-p- ly Children's waists, 25c, worth 40c. 'i i "il I2c. 10,000 Straw and Felt Hats in this sale. us&xsmnxE CRUTCHER FRANKFORTfSMfM & -- STA n 11 vi -- A - AND- LOUISVILLE. Great Slaughter in Shoes. TIic Greatest Strike. "THE KING" WIVi. CROMWEU EY-AT-LA-- AiroV. Among the great strikes that of SICKLE AND TOOL &E1NDEE Dr. Miles in discovering his New When Baby was sick, we E'o her Castorla. be xm C1MNDINQ Heart Cure has proven itself to de- When Bhe was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. one of the most important. The MOWING M A C II I N ES KNIVES, sho became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. mand for it has become astonishing When sho bad Children, sho gave them Castorla. SHOVEL PLOWS, HATCHETS, When Already the treatment of heart disAXES, GRUBBING HOES, ease is being revolutionized, and TOOLS, ETC. effected. It many unexpected cures soon relieves short breath, fluttering, pains in side, arm, shoulder, wean Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. mid hungry spells, oppression, swelling of ankles, smothering and heart iropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart For Sale A New Process traso- hud Nervous disease, free. The line stove, which has been used but New Heart Cure is sold am? nearly as good as new, is guaranteed by J. W. Gayle, also hie little and sale at a bargain. Apply offered for for hoadache, at this office. f'.ostorative Nervine Us, sproesj hot flashes, nervous chill, 4 opium habit, etc. LOUISVIULE TOBACCO 1 ATTORN XXTTLL V TABLERSDII BOOECEYE RBAJL ESTATE A.GEN3 PRACTICE IN TIIE COURTS 0! Franklin and the adjoining countlei, an. will also giro ipclal attontlon to the purclm' and sale of real estate, collection of uts claim axid the legottatioD of loam nix MED. CO., ST.L0UIS. r f 1nn.l mm S NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE Muore's Poultry Remedy. known for Tntini and CERTAIN CURE 10 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. by 1HCH1HDB0M.TAYL0B 41-t- f. r S THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON TIIE miirKet. rostlvely prevents mid cures How to Keep Cool. MARKET. CHOLERA AND GAPES. Kentucky Midland Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND If you are looking for pleasant locations to spend the hot days at moderate cost, write D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Q. and 0. Route, Cincinnati, FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TQBACCO WAREHOUSE. Ohio, for copy of Queen and Cres- justclosed amountto 5,095 hhds., with cent book, entitled "Summer Days," receipts for the same period of 2.933 which will be mailed promptly free of hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 92,974 hhds. Sales cnarge. of the crop of 1891 on our market to Sales on our market for the week Tho best und only successful ever umdo for the For bule by purpobe. PRICE $6 00. JUSTIN BROS. More then pays for Its use In the extra production of FRANKFORT, FOR SALE. il Aion.ta.wdn. A 3B - - 8 - Onlv direct line between Get a trial box. Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Fal- Car-lis- le, Good News. No other medicine in the world was ever given such a test of its curative qualities, as Otto's Cure. Thousands of bottles of this great German remedy are boingdistributed by druggists this free op charge, aillicted with inConcountry, to those sumption, ABthma, Croup, Severe Coughs, Pneumonia and all throat and lung diseases, giving the people proof that Otto'H Cure will cure them, and that is the grandest triumph of medical science. For sale by Chap- types. following quotations fairly Lexington . Lve, The Samples free. man & Williams. Winchester " represent our market for burley Mt. Sterling " 28 Large bottles 50c. tobacco, crop of 1891: FOR APPTMITOIIBtL. hhds. Frankfort, Ky. Jnu.23-tf- . remarkably active marWe have a CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, ket for the good and fine grades of burley leaf, some recent sales of such Newport News & "ssissippi Valley Co, having been made at prices ranging PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS- from 25 to 31 per hundred, The very common grades are also selling Washington, Philadelphia, very high, quality considered. There Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS Now York, Baltimore, is an active demand for all grades AND SUNDRIES. Sea-Sho- re Old Point and the of bright burley, but tbo market is EASTERN CITIES. irregular and unsatisfactory on the AND ALL Finest SODA WATER in Frankfort. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER IS. 1891. common and medium grades of red April fillery burley. We find it necessary Limited Acum. Dally Dally Mall to advance quotations on the colory EAST BOUND. Fust Express Ex Sun. ex Sun Dally. Dally. date 79,553 NOW DISTILLERY, SMALL SOUR-MASIn operation, for sale cheap. Only S4.000. !.M B"2T Hiplle, Gynthiana, mouth and Covington ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND. THAIHS HON BY GEIITflAL ST1HDAHD 18U2. V TIME. TIME TABLE JUNE 20, I V M TRAINS E AST. Lv. Frankfort .A. Lv. Summit Lv. Elk horn Lv. Swltzer Lv. stamping Ground Lv. Duvull Lv. Johnson Lv. Georgetown . . . B . Lv. C. S. Depot I v. Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Purls C. . I I No. 1. fi.00 G.00 M I P M No. 3. No. 7. 7 861am 8 2 lam 35.uu GUOnm 11 40am 645pm 1230pm 712pm i uupm W"u.i V -- nT"-.- OOpill aopin DAILY, Wc . "" 3.30 3.bC 3.41 a - Army of tlie Cumberland n At Cliiclca- .September maxifja, Re-unio- Trash (dark) or damaged trash 1892. 4 00 tobacco Common Colory trash... 5 00 Medium to' good colory number of Brigade and Regimen15 00 00 tal Associations will attend this re10 00 50 union. The Queen and Crescent 14 00 00 Route have made a half rate fare for 17 00 00 occasion from Cincinnati to this 25 00 00 Louisville. Wilder's and Hooker's Brigades have arranged to take a Select or wrappery 25 00 31 00 tobacco special train over the Queen and Orescent Route to Chattanooga for this occasion. For rates or other in- One Way to be Happy, formation address D. G. Edwards, G. ' P. A., Queen and Orescent Route, Is at nil times to attend tho com Cincinnati, Ohio. forts of your family. Should any one of them catch a slight cold or cough, For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom proparo yourself and call at once on land, situated about two miles west Chapman & Williams and get a trial ofFrankfort, on L. & N. Railroad, ad- bottle of Otto's Curoi tho groat Gorjoining VV. L. Collins. Will sell the man Remedy, Froo. Wo give it away whole or in lots at a bargain. For to prove that wo have a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumpparticulars call on tion, and all diseases of the throat J. A. Goins, A . Common lugs not colory Medium to good colory 10 lugs 7 Common Colory lugs Common to medium leaf 8 14 Medium to good leaf. 17 Good to. fine leaf. 7 00 5 00 1210am 1007pm 840am Ashland. . " 1228pm 1023pm 89um 5 00 Oattlettsburg " n oupm 1047pm 80.11)1 Huntington (33)1)111 210pm 7 00 Washington " Philadelphia" 1047am 560im New York Arr. 120im 820pui WEST BOUND. PG jND m U.ll 0.18 6.82 C.80 G41 G.G2 U.60 7.0'J 7.18 7.23 7.37 A 3.48 4.02 4.03 4.14 4 22 4.32 4.47 4.56 6.01 5.15 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.35 3,10 3.V0 lluntliigtoii Lve. Cattlettaburg " Ashlund uikLiiii 0251111 1 1 3.3pm (i20piU 2 45 1)111 HflTi.-m- i 9 60pm I 740pmll60illil r.iurTRn vi.MTllllIl.Kn rilAlNS run dully In connection wltn OudiapduKo & Ohio 'F. F. V." , tn Vuiu VnrLr Lve. 10 27am Mt. 11 16am Winchester Lexington . Arr. 1205pm Louminu ait. ozopm ..." Sterling ." 4 pm G45rm 714pm 7 27IH11 G37am 205pm tjtt i 508pm 1 20j)in rt9Riim 5 45mn 165pm 716am Ex Sun. m ffiffmm fu .i vl.m I I & ft i iM - runs daily and 1'itAUNS FAST MAIL make local stops between Lexington nud Huntington. HU.VTINGTON '. & MORGHEAD Juccommodti tlons run dally. LEXINGTON & MORKllEAD & LEXINGTON MT. STERLING accommodations run dully TIIUOUUU SbKrit'USix uArtb to una from uihliutou ami New York without change. U W. IHunkv, 0. L. Bkown, O. A.. Lexington, Ky, ! Gen. Pass. Agont, H I 1' 11 No. 2. No. 4 TRAINS WEST. 6,60 C . 8.00 Lv. Paris G.02 8.12 Ar. Elizabeth G.0U 8.16 Ar. Centervllle G 14 8.21 Ar. Newtown G.:i2 Ar. O S. Depot . . . . 8.36 G.37 Ar. Georgetown . . B. 8.41 8.4!) 0.45 Ar. Johnson 8.54 0.51 Ar. Duvull 0.5S Ar.StamplngGround . 0.01 0,13 7.10 Ar. Swltzer 7.16 9.19 Ar. Elkhorn 7.22 9.25 Ar. Summit 7.30 . A . 9.33 Ar. Frankfort . A D U No. H I 3.35 3.45 4.00 I1 H m n: is J M 8 INo.12 6.01 6.10 6.25 4.o e r GJ52 5.45 7.05 7.15 7.35 7.55 n 8.10 8.20 8.30 . IF XAxC in ill v ' O connocts with L. iV N. connects with Q. & 0. and L, S. connects with K. 0. 'lfmi ER 1 I Millvillo, Ky. and lungs. Largo sizes 50c. 28 ' Vf.s. HinmsoN. ;G.A., Ashland. Ky.OD (h00Si j E. B. WEITZEL, 0. D. BEROAAV, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Puss. Agt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. The Kentucky Midland Railway und connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north, south and west. For further information apply to their agents. .'.W&wli