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Tlie Kentucky Girl Wliom lie Loved, but Wno Pre- FRANKFORT, KY., JULY J 6, 1892. Number 45 ferred Another for. Her Husband. ROYAL IS THE & At The Louisville Oommeroial of Monday contained the following "special" from Lexington: Mr. F. B. Bosworth, brother to Mrs. Mary L. Todd, tells the follow' ing interesting story: Gen. William Henry Harrison, the .grandfather of our Chief Executive, visited Frankfort, Ky., when 20 years his of age, and there surrenderedMiss heart to the bright eyes of one of the Monarchy Fenwiok, Best Baking Powder The Official Government Reports: The United States Government, after elaborate tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of greater leavening strength than any other. (Bulletin 13, Ag. Dep.t p. 599J The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, shdw the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leavening strength. (Bulletin 10, p. 1 6, Inland Rev. Dep.) In practical use, therefore, the Royal Baking Powder goes further, makes purer and more perfect food, than any other. VMM for Infants and Children. Castoria cured Colic, Constipation, Bour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gires sleep, and promoted di- - V "CMtorla is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to mo." H. A. Archxk, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. "The use of ' Castoria, la sounhrersal and its merits so well known that it Bcema a work of supererogation to endorso it Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Cihlos Mahtyh, D.D., New York City. Late Pastor Bloomlncdalo Eefonned Church. Without injurious medication. H For several years I have recommended your Castoria, and shall always continue to do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pahdm, M. D., "Tho Wlnthrop," 123th Street and 7th At., New York City. 'm m w H of the inHe did not prosper city. fant In hlH wooimr. but the impression was, to a tender degree, lasting. Upon taking his leave he put a ring upon her finger with these unconsciously prophetic words: "Monarchy, when of the I am President ring to moUnited with States, send this any request you may have to make, and I will grant whatever you .ask, if it is in my power."! Smiling at the jest, she took the valuable circlet and placed it among her treasures. When she next saw her old admirer she was the wife of Judge Samuel Todd, a wealthy and prominent citizen, and had become a famous housekeeper of wide hospitality. He had been elected President of the United States, and was en route, via JFrankfort, to his inaugual Accepting her invitation to dine the distinguished gueot was seen at his best. The Presidential suite comprised twelve persons, some in carriages, others on horseback, and the village was stirred throughout at the invasion. Among other good things on the ham table was a molasses-cure- d which had been buried for nine years in wood ashes. President Harrison partook freely of this ham, and pronounced it the sweetest he had over tasted. Calling her cwo boys to his Wide, he put an arm aiound each and .said: "Monarcny nere are your Doys: but where are your girls?" She had no girls. Her husband's daughter by a previous marriage was in after years known as "Sister Gabrielle," of St. Catherine's Acaaemy at vexing-toThe ring, which is a cluster of daeven garnet stones set in gold, is now in the possession of Mrs. Mary of the MonX. Todd, daughter-in-laarchy who was the sweetheart of the first President Harrison. The house where the dinner was ijiven is on Bellepoint, the spot being inown as Lake Park, and is in sight of the place where Gen. Frank P. Blair and Montgomery Blair were born. On an old tree may still be seen the initials of William Henry JHarrison, cut by himself. bewitching maidens -- Tm Csxtauu Cohtaht, 77 Mubray Strmt, Nkw York. x'l m Feb. 13-l- -- Government Chemists Certify: "The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not contain either alum or phosphates, or other injurious substances. " Edward G. Love, Ph. D." "The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking p'owder offered to the public. " Henry A. Mott, M. D., Ph. D." "The Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality and highest in strength of any baking powder of which I have knowledge. " Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D." eral church, which they attended, and were also popular socially, and our people hate to see them go. Wm. Miner, first cook at Park's Hotel, was taken quite sick Wednesday. He is some better now. Mr. Wm. Castman is in the city. n Will is one of Frankfort's young men, and has been making his home in Louisville. He was called home by his mother's illwell-know- . Mid-Suramer F. BROWER & CO. S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, J cere-jnonie- s. Ky. i Help for Worthy Young Men. Bargains. ilO relclPoe0o' d C &B y&MI h & 9 O O if --- A; ' ." KM n. w ness. Rev. W. A. Oreditt and family are spending vacation in the East. The picnic and festival given by the U.B. P, lodge of this city were quite a succes. Messrs. John and D. Norrell, who have been attending school, have returned home both looking in the To make room for Fall purThe Trustees of Georgetown College have provided to give free tuition to three young men from each chases, we will offer during July county in the State on the following conditions: (1) That they are unable and August, Special inducements to pay their tuition. (2) That they are young men of good moral character, (3) That they have been studious in CARPETS. RUGS, MATand give promise of good application. Georgetown Times. How's This! TINGS, FURNITURE, WALL v? best of health. m Ben. D. Bell, Druggist, of Lexington, Ky., says that .Dr. Hale's Household remedies (consisting of Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure, Dr. Hale's Household Ointment and Dr. Hale's Household Tea) are the best sellers he has ever liad in his store. This is owing to the great merit of these popular They invariably give .remedies. .great satisfaction, save many doctors' bills and work wonderful oures. Everybody should use them. 25 and 50c. sizes at Carpenter's South Side 1 drug store. " Hi. Fail to doTlteir Duty. i To Henderson. pj On account Colored Teachers' State Association, Henderson, July 19th, the L. & N. Railroad will sell round trip tickets to Henderson, Ky., on July 18 and for morning trains July f. ompany. 19, good to return until and on July Attention, Republicans. 25, at one fare for the round trip. W. W. Alexander, The Republicans of the city of Agent. Frankfort will assemble at the court house Saturday, July 23, 1892, at 8 p. How Co Cure a Cold. m., in mass convention, for the pur WJ YU ; pose of nominating a candidato for.: XA V & Simply take Otto's Cure. We know olty marshal. J. U. Weitzel, of its astonishing cures and that it Oh'n City Committee. will stop a cough quicker than any "known remedy. If you have Asthma, Bronohitis, Shortsightedness. Consumption or any disease of the throat and lungs, a few doses of this To waste your dirty, .groat guaranteed remedy will sur- watery mixtures money on vile, by incompounded yoUiprise persons, when you have If you wiBh to tryitcallat our store, experienced tho opportunity of testing Otto's on Main street, and wo will be pleased Cure free of charge. Why will you to furnish you a bottle free of cost, continue to irritate your throat and and that will prove our assertion. lungs with that terrible hacking Chapman & Williams, 45 cough when Chapman & Williams will furnish you a free sample bottlo Colored Among of this great guaranteed remedy? zens. Hold a bottlo of Otto's Cure to the light and observe its beautiful golden KINGING A BELLE. Mrs. Pres. Scott left Wednesday for color and thick heavy syrup. LarHAVE BEEN RUNG gest a short stay with Miss Sophia Riok-ma- Largo packages and purest goods. BELLES Into fashion and out ofBINCE RINGS fashion rings 45 bottlo 6O0. in New Albany, Ind. will never go until tropical trees grow at the North Pole. Kings are as old as nursery The friends and visitors to tho We have, some first olass second and now as the latest news. We have somerhymes 01 td e specimens Publics School will miss tho familiar hand buggies and phaetons for sale. handsomestladj'n linger. that ever gave an added We make a specialty of charm to a faces of Miss Sophia Riokmanand Call nevor but not of rings ulone, for a bar- rings,and are never likely to Bee you have handAbbio MoFarland, who did not con- gain.and see them If you wantBnofc. anything seen Mastin my display of Jewelry of all conceivsomer than test for places this year. Thoy were 80-t- f. able varieties. You will be especially pleased loth muoh liked by our people for with what we have to show In plain gold, seal sensibility and their excellent Children Cry their for Pitcher's Castoria. and the finest diamond setting.COPPERSMITH. sev- W.L. work both in the sohool and the 15-t- Everybody has at times failed to do their duty towards themselves.) Hundreds of lady readers suffer from sick headache, nervousness, sleep- lessness and female troubles. Let them follow the example of Mrs. H. Herbechtor, Stevens Point,. Wis., who for five years suffered greatly from nervous prostration and sleeplessness, tried physicians and differ- druggists. ent medicines without success. But one bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine ' For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom caused sound sleep every night and land, situated about two miles west she is feeling like a now person. Mrs. of Frankfort, on L. & N. Railroad, adElizabeth Wheeler, Laramie City, joining W. L. Collins. Will sell the Wyoming, who tried all other reme- whole or in lots at a bargain. For dies, declares that after three week's particulars call on J. A. Coins, use of the Nervine for Headache, Millville, Ky. Nervous Prostration, etc., she was entirely relieved. Sold by J. W. Buggies, carriages and harness re- 1 Gaylo. Trial bottle free. by tho Kentucky and Harness We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- PAPERS and DRAPERIES. ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. As the assortment in each P. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known and desirable goods, F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in to secure all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by the firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnun & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75o. per bottle. Sold by all .A department is complete with new this is a rare opportunity great bargains. ,m CIALT IES & CO. Wood Mantels, Folding Beds, Baby Carriages, at Correct Prices. F. BROWER LEXINGTON, KY., Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. Kentucky Training School. Mt. Sterling, Ky. . fl f&n ,y&rS practical, homelike, Military school with collegNumber limited: rooms full last year. Apply early. Majcr C. W, FOWLER, Superintendent A iate course. July t. - Hug. 30, 31, Sept. 1, 2, 3 Competition Open to the World, Frio! The Most Attractive Program Ever Offered FAIR LADIt bct-iUr- I M. BEATTY, Attorney at Law & Heal Estate Agt. counties. BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, PRACTICES Powell, Clay und other Sept.6-U- . the cm. H. D G, MATTEE3ST, -- 48 T3E3IE:- TWO RACES EACH DAY! n, rnCaEti CTQCITT ND CHILDREN ADMITTED FrlCC THC FIRST DAY. Special Trains on All Railroads at Excursion Ratoa, lit futkir lafwautiea arti ctUlirnt, liitm tin GEO. H. WHITNEY, President. THOB. X.. MAKTIN, Seoretary. July 16. biirinber, 334 MAIN STREET. FRANKFORT, KY. "'Wr. k.2 V t'VF . TSElU&TXirxi "Wagons Tx-o- v JSuLiririos- - SELLING OUT 3tCt;JfexCOS T. AT jKuarc?! We will begin selling at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Q -m w OOLL3NS & RRO Opposite the Farmers Bank, U Si' u' I visiting Mrs. Helen McOlure, on ConTerrible Rain. way street. On Wednesday night a cloud burst Mr. Ben Dudley, of Louisville, is in Miss Alice Petry, of Shelbyvillo, the city. who has been visiting Miss Julia over Graefenburg, Shelby county, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Buckley went to Cox, on Third street, has returned one of the hardest rains ever seen in that locality fell for about an hour. home. Cincinnati Tuesday. Big Benson, which flows through the Mr. Willoughby Rodman, of Los Mr. Charlie Jacobs, of Louisville, Angeles, California, is visiting his town, rose twelve or fifteen feet in spent Sunday in this city. ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, father, Col. Thos. Rodman, on Steele half an hour, and swept every thing Misses Sue and Mary Morris have before it. Tho water ran into the street. returned home from Lexington. Baptist Church and covered the floor Col. Ben. Towson, the old time to Mr. G. N. Arthur, of Middlesbor-ougthe depth of twenty-threinches, Jehu but now a prominent citizen of two bridges on the Graefonburg spent Sunday in this city. and Lawrenceburg, was in the city on Lawrenceburg pike were washed away Chicago, is Tuesday. Miss Lizzie Pickett, of and the pike covered with water visiting Mrs. Wyclifle Chapman. Mr. H. Pope Hawkins and wife, of from one to three feet deep for a dis- THE GOOD THINGS WJE REFER TO ARE IN Miss Minnie VanDerveer has re- Greenville, Mississippi, are visiting tance of four or five hundred yards. OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE turned from a visit to Louisville. his father, Dr. J. Ruesell Hawkins Fences were carried oft and the Miss Cordie Cannon is the guest of near this city. bugsy house of Mr. Dick Spaulding YOU AND EVERYBODY. Mrs. H. A. Guthrie in Lexington. Mrs. Johnson Barrett and Mibs was flooded, the water coming up Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Berry are at Mary Todd will return Monday from high enough to cover the seat of his French Lick Springs for a month. Cincinnati, accompanied by the buggy, which was in the house at the Mr. and Mrs. Dan Callahan, of Lex- Misses Newbrandt. time. Fields in the creek bottom Mr. John B. Williams had a return were covered with water several ington, spent Sunday in this city. Miss Nonie Goodwin is visiting of his old trouble on Thursday and is hundred yards further than ever No wonder tho OUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM now quite ill at the home of his known before. Mrs. Otis Ashurst in Georgetown. main creek grew so angry Thursday parents on east Main street. hundieds take from it, yet it never Mrs. Slaughter, of Kansas, City, Mrs. Sue M. Castleman, of Missouri, morning and the raging current did diminishes. This, of course, is because Mo., is visiting Mrs. D. C. Crutch er. such damage to the mill men on the there is a never-dyin- g spring of supply to who has been visiting her brother, east bank of the river opposite the Miss Theo Phillips returned in Lexington yesterday. Mr. W. 0. Herndon, in this city, left mouth. her home that feeds the stream. Thursday morning for home. Miss Travis Kavanaugh, of Shelby- Mr. R. S. Clark, of Graefenburg, Misses Laura Thomas, Pearl and ville, is visiting relatives in this city. was returning to his home from Lorene Stucky, of Emporia, Kansas, who SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE-S- o Lawrenceburg, was caught in the T. Farmer and children will Mrs. Ben arrive this afternoon to visit Mrs. do sluggish stocks They become storm and stopped over night with are visiting friends in Mercer county. Jane Todd, on Campbell street. Mr. McGruder, but his horse jumped decayed. They are not fit for commerMIbs Nettie Walcutt left yesterday Mr. R. K. McClure and son, Mr. for an extended visit to Michi- Will. H. McClure, left Thursday out of the lot in which he was placed cial use any more than decayed meat. and went on home. The arrival of gan. Finally, they are known as "dead." morning for a trip to New York, Mrs. J. M. Frazeo and daughter, of Boston and other points in the East. the horse without its owner created quite a commotion, as it was supMaysville, spent the past week in this Rev. H. G. Henderson left Monday posed that Mr. Clark had attempted city. CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER to deliver an address before the Sum- in the darkness to drive over one of Mr. Percy Headley, of Louisville, mer School of Theology at Irvine, the places where a bridge had Btood IN THE BEST CONDITION and a spent Sunday with his parents in this Ky., and to conduct a revival with the and been drowned. He reached constant flow of trade keeps a stock in city. pastor Rev. J. P. Strother. home the next morning just as a best condition. We have no dead stock, Judge Jos. H. Lewis returned TuesMr. Lee J. Dudley, who has been party was being organized to go and because our stock never stands still. It day from his vacation spent in Ne- making his home at Middlesborough search for his body. is always flowing out and flowing in. braska. the past year, has secured a position Mr. Van Pelt, Editor of the Craig, Mr. P. H. Newman has returned to in the State National Bank in this Mo., Meteor, went to a drug store at Chicago after a few days spent with city and returned here to reside. Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked the physiDO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVANMrs. Jennie Campbell and MaBter cian in attendance to give him a dose his family. TAGE of buying always from a clean, of something for cholera morbus and Mrs. E. S. McDonald, of Louisville, D. P. Bennett, of Louisville, who looseness of the bowels. He says: "I fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, has been visiting friends in this city have been viBiting Mrs. J. H. felt so much better the next morning Williamson, near this city, for sever- that I concluded to call on the physiyou can have that advantage by trading this week. al weeks, returned homo yesterday. cian and get him to fix me up a supwith. Miss Mattie Henderson, of this ply of tho medicine. I was surprised city, is visiting Miss Emma Ross, of Mr. Arthur Peter and family, of when he handed mo a bottle of Louisville, arived in the city Satur-dg- y Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and LaGrange. afternoon and are visiting Mrs. Diarrhoea Remedy. He said he preMr. J. R. Garrett, editor of the scribed it regularly in his practice Georgetown Enterprise, was in the Peter's father and mother, Mr. and and found it the best he could get or Mrs. J. M. Todd, on Wapping street. prepare. I can testify to its efficiency city Wednesday. Messrs. Sam'l R. Smith, 0. 0. Furr in my case at all events." For sale Mr. "W. J. Ohinn has beon quite ill Thursday aftor-noo- by J. W.Gayle, Druggist. for the past two weeks at his home and Owen Furr left to for Cincinnati join the King on Wilkinson street. Fisher Club, and the whole party Tliey Found Tliem. Mrs. J. Johnson has returned to her left that city yesterday for a month's home in Georgetown after a visit to fishing in Canada. The base ball clubs who left this her father, Dr. Lucy. somebody MessrB. B. Todd Orutcher, J. Minus city this week "looking for Miss Ohesney has returned from Williams, John to beat thorn" seem to have been Selbert, Howard Annapolis, Md., where she spent the Gaines, Robert B. Jillson, Neville eminently successful in their hunt. city winter with her aunt. Garrett and Earle Rogers attended The club which went from this play Monday to Midway on Wednesday to Miss Maude Wilson left the State Meet of Wheelmen, in to spend the summer with her Lexington on Tuesday and Wednes- with the club at that place had it put parents in Aberdeen, Ohio. on them by a score of 8 to 0. Tho day. Frankforts forfeited a game to the Mrs. John T. Buckley and Miss Mr. Will H. Giltner, of Eminence, Harrodsburg Club on Monday by a Clara and Master Willie wore in Cin- and Mr. Albert Martin, of Millers-burscore of 9 to 0, tho Danvlllo Club cinnati the first of the week. who have been visiting their defeated them Wednesday by a Bcore MiBS Fannie Suter left Thursday college chum, Mr. Hugh Rodman, at of 8 to 1, and tho Nicholasvillo club Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, morning for Beards' Station to visit Point Breeze, near this city, left walked away with them Thursday by Thursday for the homo of Mr. Mar.. her sister, Mrs. F. M. Edwards. a score of 1 to 0 in a ten inning game. isikTT-crazKrsrtin in Millorsburg, taking Mr. Rod, Mrs. Grant Green, Miss Katie man with them. A Prominent Breeder Green and Miss Virginia Brown Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Mrs. Lucy D. Holladay, of Spott- Dead. left for Old Point Tuesday evening. Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. sylvania county, Virginia, is visiting Miss Alice B. Orutcher, of Ducker her noico, Miss Mary P. Lewis, at W. H. Wilson, owner of Abdallah Station, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Belair Stock Farm, near Woodlake. Park, Oynthiana, died on Thursday Business writing, Business Correspondence, Shorthand, George A. Lewis, 421 Second street. Mrs. Holladay was formerly MIbs at Cincinnati. Mr. Wilson was one Book-keepinCommercial Law, Typewriting, of the most prominent breeders of Mr. James W. Hodges arid wife, of Lucy D. Lewis and was raised at trotting horses in tho State and sug- Arithmetic, Spelling, etcp Grammar, Lexington, are viBiting his sister, Llangollen, the adjoining place to the y Mrs. J. W. Hughes, on Second street. one whore she is now a guest, and gested tho formation of tho advanced student Trotting Horse Breeder's Asso- Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged, ThteIncorporation, Mrs. James A. Hodgoe, of Louis- this is her first visit to the scones of finished. Diplomas awarded. Cutnloeue In press. Application rondo (or Wo have tho beBt home school of business la the State ol Kentucky. o ciation. years. ville, and little daughter, Helen, are her girlhood in thirty-twh e GOOD THINGS &. F0$ 'vS ' 4. j i4 i Jm Nl ? i v R K. McCLiTJRE? City Business n 43-l- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. College. ( Capital g, :nn:E3:iT:E:F'o:Ee,i1, g, Kon-tuok- P; v , , L.l. .. iA?,".J w.Uti 3 SPRING HATS! u f SPRING NECKWEAR! Spring Wooelns. Imported and Base Ball. The Frankfort Base Ball Club, which loft here Monday morning for & trip through the Blue Grass Region, "has been playing in hard luck. In the game which was played at Harrods-"bur- g on Monday afternoon, a rank decision of the umpire, when our "boys had the game about won, caused them to make a vigorous kick and gave the game the umpire dbo the Harrodsburgs by a score of 9 to 0. At Danville on Wednesday they were defeated by the club of that place by a score of 8 to 1, and on Thursday the Nicholasville club defeated thorn by a score of 1 to 0 in a ten inning game. Following is the -- w P a V fas' IDornLestlc G-oo- ds I M1' Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. to have you look at them. Would be pleased HUDSON. HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! pff'Kentucky vssSHaiKrSSI iuggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy ' CUKE A Guaranteed Cure for Piles or whatever klml or degree Kxternal, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Recent or I'eredltary. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. d $1.00 a box, G boxes, for 5.00; sent by mail on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser oJUslx boxes, when purchased at one time, to refumitnesOOO paid If not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. AV. GAYLE. andLECOMPTEfc GAYLE CO.. Druggists and Solo Agents, Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. pro-pai16-l- BUGGIES, HARNESS AND FAEM AT "T23:031jSSuSuXjE IMPLEMENTS PRICES. score: :Newinau,.ir Davis, c FltAHKFOItT. AB 'Z "VanDerveer, rr. . . . . Tupper, 2b Xlndsej, W.. Sb . . . . Stare, p LI n Use j. II.. lb Merchant, cf 4 4 It 0 0 U 111 SU 0 0 Wlntersmlth, ss Totals 4 4 4 4 4 4 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 n. PO A K 2 8 2 '2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 8 2 29 PO 12 0 3 10 A 0 0 1 E apector Oapt. John Ingle, of Evans-villIndiana, upon the ground that the officers of the boat were not offl. SUCCESSORS cially notified of the charges against them. The Inspectors have now notified all concerned officially, the case Salesroom, opposite court-houswill be and tried again. Should the case be decided the same B way a second time by the Inspectors "STO-CrJ-- AJ-VIE a second appeal to the Supervising Inspector will be taken. e, e. You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.56 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Factory, South warehouse. BXJG-G-- T ZEVAJEaSTmEID.. March 26-- tf Relman, a Itelman. u2b Tlsber, p .Duncan, ss,. Smith, rf. :Buford,lf Goss, 8b Davis, cf. Conover, Nicholasville. lb in 5 4 4 4 4 ...... a it 0 0 0 0 In su 0 1 m l 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 2, 8 1 4 2 0 0 0 Born. In this city on Wednesday, July 13, 1892, to Mr. Chas. J. Weitzel and wife, a son. In Italy, to Chaplain C. Q. Wright, The Hog: Ordinance 3S. G. " WELL BRED, SOON W ED." GIRLS WHO USE 0 0 1 4 4 4 83 0 1 C 0 0 0 1 0 8 2 10 SO Totals . 11 1 2 8 4 6 6 7 8 9 1- 0- T Innnlngs.. 0- -0 Trankfort. nicholasville. Two outs when winning run was made. Earned Runs Nicholasville 1. r. Two Base Hlts-D.i- vls, of Nicholasville, Con-ove- ....000000000 11 .000000000 G. Relman Oft .. able disinfectant. from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases. The eminent physician, J.Marion Sims, of New York, says: "I am convinced that Prof. Darby's ProphylacticFluid is a most valu A paper highly complimentary to Struck Judge Ira Julian is being circulated Passed Balls Davis. among and signed by members of the Time of Game 1 hour and 49 minutes. Umpire Anderson. Lexington bar. Judge Julian is a canThe boys remained over yesterday didate for Circuit Judge in the new district, at Nicholasville and will play the Bourbon composed of Franklin, Scott, and Woodford counties. His olub at that place again this after- opponent in the race is Governor Oantrell, of Scott county. noon, and will return home Lexington Leader. The City Officials and County The paper was signed by every Officials played a game at Lake Park member of the Lexington bar and on Thursday afternoon, which resulted in a victory for the Court came to Judge Julian in the nature of a pleasant surprise. House boys by a score of 23 to 15. Ed. Stanton telegraphed here, and it was tto stated in King's Royal Germeteur. the Courier-Journa- l, that our boys the medicine of forfeited the game to Harrodsburg, but century, Its phenominal success the as Col. Dick Van Derveor, who is with a seller and favorite with the people the team, writes his paper, the is the acknowledged wonder of the Daily Call, that the Harrodsburg medicine world. Basedit upon the Germ theory of Diseases, is unique, tioys eft the field and the umpire modern, and at once popular, com.gave the game to Frankfort. mending itself as a necessary houseAt Danville Dick says they played hold remedy. It advertises best by Catarrhal ihomembers of the Lexington Club its use. aSpecific for all and Blood diseases, Nerve Tonio in Danville uniforms. Purifier. It is without doubt the most reliable germ destroyer in existence, and to the extent that the Darby's Prophylactic erm theory is correct, King's Royal Use itin every sick-rooWill ermoteur is the remedy. It is no is the result of fifteen keep the atmosphere pure and accident but of medical genius. For years study wholesomejremoving all bad odors sale by Chapman & Williams. 19 Base on lUlls-Out-- By t. LATFR-Manager Pre-eminent- Davis and Stagg. Double Plays and Conover; Stnzg 1 ; Fisher 2. StHgg 6; Fisher 6. It. Tho ordinance passed by the Council some time ago, prohibiting hogs from running at large in tho streets, seems to be a dead letter, and swine of all sizes and conditions roam the streets U. S. N., and wife (formerly Miss Effie of South Frankfort at will, destroyMiles, of this city), a son. ing gardens and rooting up yards. In this city, on Wednesday, July Why is that our city authorities will 14, 1892, to Mr. J. Buford Hendrick not enforce the laws? Persons who have vegetable gardens have a right and wife, a son J. Buford, jr. m to protection from depredations of Complimentary. this kind, and no one has a right to SAPOLIO Are Quiokly Married IText JulylS-ly- Try It In "'STour m House-Cleanin- g turn the streets of the city into feeding grounds for hogs and cows. When a person who has gone to considerable expense to beautify his grounds has them destroyed by stock allowed to run at large in the sheet, he ought to be entitled to damages against the owner of the stock or tho city for not enforcing its laws. . npwwf nfll FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. nptlTS SCHOOL FURNISHES THE ELEMENTS OF AN J New Manager. Mr. E. E. Allen, of Knoxville, Tennessee, has taken charge of the Telephone Exchango in this city as manager, succeeding Mr. Ed Higgins, who has gone to Louisvillo to work The Fourth Annual Session begins 1892. For Catalogues, address for tho Ohio Valley Telephone Co. education for boys and young men who desire to enter Colleges and Universities. next SEPTEMBER, the 15th The Crop Increasing:. Mr. JohnS. Smith, of Bourbon, Tobias Gibson, of Woodford, also announced as candidates Commonwealth's Attorney in Mr. o Andrew Fuller Case. and are for thiB Re-uulo- Frankfort, Kentucky. district. York Iow Rates to NewBig: Saratoga via Cumberland High Bridge Camp Meet- Army of the At Cliiclca- u ing. mauga, September For the above named meeting agents of the Queen & Crescent Route (Cincinnati Southern) Cincinnati to Somerset and all agents ofthe Louisville Southern R. R., will sell tickets to High Bridge, Ky., on July 22d to August 1st, good for return until August 2d, at half rates, plus 25c. admission fee. The accommodations at tho Kontucky Palisades (High Bridge Camp Grounds) have been improved and made more extensive than any previous year. For descriptive pamphlets, &c, address D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio, and 1892. Four Route. Died. Mr. Robert B. MoKoe, for many n years a tonoher in the schools of this county, died at his home near Farmdale on Thursday and the remains were buried in the Cemetery in this city yesterday morning. Mrs. Oassio Gorey, mother of Rev. Father W. E. Goroy, pastor of the Oatholio Church in this city, and of Rev. Father J. W. Goroy temporarily in chargo of tho church, died at her homo in Paris Sunday afternoon, after an illness of Bovoral months, years. aged about sixty-fiv- e well-know- " 21 The Decision Overruled. The docision of the U. S. Inspectors at Louisvillo in the ease of the sinking of the steamer City of Olarks-yill- o and the suspension of Oapt. T. J. Preston and Mate Roberts has oeon overruled by Supervising In- - tremely low rates to New York announced by tho Big Four Route, in connection with the great Four Track Now York Central and Hudson River Railroad, for all trains leaving Cincinnati July 5th. Oth and 7th, good returning until August 15th, allowing stopover at Lako Chautauqua and Niagara Falls, with a steamer ride down tho olassio Hudson River from Albany,if desirod.wlthout extra charge. For tho Teachers' Meeting at Saratoga, tho Big Four Routo will sell tickets at a very low rate July 5th to 13th, good returning until September 15th. Palaco sleeping oars and elegant dining cars on all through trains. Call on nearest ticket agont and ask for tiokets via tho Big Four Routo, which is tho only lino landing in Now York City without erry transfer. 'gJi trip should take advantage of the Everyone contemplatingan eastern ex- A number of Brigade and Regimental Associations will attend this reunion. Tho Queen and Crescent Routo have made a half rate faro for this occasion from Cincinnati to Louisville. Wilder's and Hooker's Brigades have arranged to take a special train over the Queen and Crescent Route to Chattanooga for this occasion. For rates or other information address D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Queen and Orescent Routo, Cincinnati, Ohio. To Shelbyvllle. Effective June 20th, the K. M. R.R., in connection with tho Louisvillo If you are looking for pleasant Southern, will sell tiokots to Shelby-vill- e locations to Bpend tho hot days at from Frankfort and intermediate moderate cost, write D. G. Edwards, stations, that heretofore have takon G. P. A., Q. and O. Route, Cincinnati, higher rate, at 1.75. Ohio, for copy of Quoon and CresThis will bo a great convenience to cent book, entitlod "Summer Days," passengers who use this routo. C. D. Bekcaw, whioh will be mailed promptly free of G. F. & P. A. chargo. How to Keep Cool. HWKH " Vlfry r, ii,rv 'V.i fe- - M SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE. Printed Bedford Cord Printed Pongee French Ginghams French Ginghams - 22 cts, reduced from 3 7 lO cts, reduced from 16 Printed Batiste 10 cts, reduced from 16 I Printed Embroidered Swiss 32 cts, reduced from 45 &50 12 cts, reduced from 25 1 French Organdies 33 cts, reduced from 45 - 89 cs, reduced from l 00 20 cts, reduced from 29 and 4 0 1 Figured China Silks s ,5 &.' Beautiful Embroidered Robes, white aud black. In the colored embroidering at HALF FORMER PRICKS. Everything no: x xl. XL-- x rsar jce: je. st. in this department reduced. Some stylishly SSjuIMC. ID trimmed bonnets and hats at exceedingly JOH3XTSOM low prices. . l. dfe t Ov i o2 it 3VA or Ohio, a boat would have been put His Name Can't be Used. Go. into the up river trade as soon as At a special term of the Anderson Lock No. 6 was completed. Why at Frankfort, Kentucky Ewtond at the mailable matter. aa second-clas-s can't our people show as much get Circuit Court, begun on Monday, up aud push as they do in those the case of Mrs. Mary McBrayer vs. D. L. Moore was tried. A. LEWIS.. Editor and PobU8ber. States? fiSO. The suit was brought for the purpose of construing that clause of trie late Judge W. FRANKFORT, JULY 1C, 1892. Hand Mangled. H. McBrayer's will, which referred James Jones, a colored employe of to the discontinuance of his name in A New Departure. the Kentucky River Mills, had his connection with the Cedar Brook hand caught in a carding machine at distillery. In rendering his decision, In addition to our facilities for that establishment a few days ago Judge DeHaven gave a clear and executing every variety of plain and and the middle finger was cut off and comprehensive review of the case, fancy letter press job work, we are the third and little fingers so badly deciding that in the clause of the now prepared to furnish all kinds of mangled that they had to bo ampu- will under consideration the testa tor intended that at the expiration BALL SEE GOODS GET PRICES. fine lithographic worn, such as letter tated at the second joint. of three years after his death the heads, bill heads, note heads, cards, name of W. H. McBrayer should no Broke Her Ann. envelopes, checks, certificates of more be used in connection with KTrjtQCUnT. otraQaumn. stock, &c. The work will be gotten Miss Annie Power, daughter of Mr. Cedar Brook distillery. The court up in the latest style and on short E. Power, was returning to her home held that this clau se was mandatory Heights, opposite the not precatory as claimed by the notice. If you arc in need of any on Arlington Tuesday, and in at- and Cemetery, on defendant. This settles the question thing in that lino call and examine tempting to pass a horse, which was as to whether W. H. McBrayer whisky our samples before ordering. being led along the pike by a colored can be made in the future. Gen. D. CREAM man the animal kicked her on the W. Lindsey, of this city, appeared bone near the Bar Association. right arm, breaking the was called for city, plaintiff. W. H. Posey, of was appointed special com this the elbow. A physician In pursuance of a call by nine immediately, who reduced the missioner to settle up the business of Consumption Cured. YEARS FOR members of the Frankfort Bar, the fracture, and she is doing very well. the estate. Vi be,'eve ,l t0 D6 one of the best medicines Physicians, two years ngo. said my Has lod all Worm Remedies. V18 .." The case of J. H. McBrayer vs. J, wife had consumption, both lungs lawyers of Frankfort met at the uffectwl. I EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. court-hous- e R. Walker, in which the plaintiff nave had to send at 3 o'clock last SaturDead Sea Fruits. for several springs to keep her alive, but since she has been taking SOLD EVERYWHERE.T.t9tB. they are the pro- sought to enjoin the defendant from Radam's Microbe day, for the purpose of forming a They slay multitudes when Killer she has been right at CO,. duct ot neglect of Incipient diseases. A "slight" using his name in the manufacture home attending to her business, and Is In better tntrT Bar Association, having in view the cold, a fit of Indigestion, blllloasness or constihealth than she has been in 20 years. wrtttta "It. T. POOLE. Cedartown, Ga." U.t. object of elevating the standard pation each or any of these "minor ailments" of whisky, was also tried and a decim. ytf If jn of professional practice, and culti- advance In many cases with sion rendered for the defendant. Sorcral Diseases Cured. Birra't, trl4aN nd Int.lllrenl vating politeness, decorum and in- strides." Give them a swift, early defeat with Judge Geo. 0. Drane, of this city, your cheerfully testify to the curative powers of "I cmbltlen ivrtMt mt danmedicine. Having been u sufferer from llostetter'a Stomach Bitters and will, I tegrity in the practice of the pro- ger. Abernethy administered anavert the represented the plaintiff, and Judge weak lungs, bronchial affection and indigestion. alarming ir.mli. xa r . n, i..-- I p.clal, B.n.n.l fession. Some fifteen or twenty lawto the man who Informed him that he had Thos. F. Hargis, of Louisville, the lifter tnklnir Xffnmru. viiii symtoms have entirely disappeared. attention. I an "Only cold." repeated thu doclert.k. I. bri.fr yers were present and the enterprise "only a cold!" would ayou have the plague!" defendant. "i ours. etc.. L. DAVIS, tor. "What teeth hit ftlrlr t THOS. lntclll(iBl pen." grippe are easily extinguish bLbbbbbbbbV promises to be a success from the Rheumatism and la Why chen allow them to get frl "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, ei ua.r ..a, wbi B able .it the start. ea r.aa ana "New Orleans, La." Ool. John L. Scott was unani- up a full head of steam? Put on the brakes with Tlie Railway a Certainty. start. aBBBBHsBBBBBBBBr writ., tnt wb.. suwarmth tfttr laltrtKtl.B, BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Asthma and Catarrh Cured. mously selected as Chairman, and the Bitters, i ho eenlal through which this the will work the sjstem, perb medicine diffuses h.w t "I have been a sufferer from asthma and The street railway is no longer a catarrh, W. H. Posey, Secretary. Speeches impetus It gives to the circulation of the blood, ra Thru d for more than two years past, getting Its soothing and strengthening effect upon the bbbbbbbbbbbbbH P.llnn a nervous system, specially recommends it tothe en- myth but will certainly be built by most of my sleep sitting up In bed or reclining In were made by Col. Scott, Judge feebled and iTiiii ' reertn u.ir wm ii 1 MtlltlM. whnfc sick. 'Tis the great specific for ma- the Capital Railway Company. The a chair. andhat o used one jug of Radam's Microbe Hord, Col. Thos. B. Ford, Capt. Thos. laria. irer tbt Ilea. I Killer, for the last three weeks have been will alt. rurour soundly and sweetly as a payment of two hundred and sixty-fiv- e sleeping naturally, my to. iltatUM G. Poore, Charles F. Exum, Hugh I attribute child. einplol Beat, 'J- and Y. M. I. Picnic. dollars to the city for the fran- heartily recommend It torelief to the remedy,from any one suffering watch ra Posey and others, Hodman, Horace earn Ihiltnsoat. chise has been made, the ties have asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. I charf a nothing and some fifteen or twenty of the Respectfully, tnd rtctr. notaM. I., No. 161, been distributed on some of the "EDWIN It. MOORE, ble unlaia members of the bar in fact every The members of Y. "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvllle. Ga." if abort. Nothlnr aimeuiL lawyer present enrolled their names will give an elegant picnic at Salyers' streets over which the road will run, to Lira, ot that Fever and Flux Cured. r.qulr.f much as members of the Association. On grove, on the Kentucky Midland, the cars and rails have been purtlmo. I d.ilr. bat next Tuesday, the 19th. Arrange- chased, a superintendent of construc"I cheerfully testify that after tiklng Microbe on. p.rion from motion, a committee consisting of ach dltlrlit or Killer for fllteen days I am entirely cured, after lBBBBBPBBBBBBBBto52rf I ho years with malarial being Capt. T. G. Poore, James A. Violett ments have been made to run special tion has been 'employed, and the during nick twotime I contracted other faver, and bbbbWbbC?jIP9I?3'"' countr.tautht aad! ready which diseases, provided with trains to the grounds every few company are only awaiting the ar- (lux. etc. I was atended during this time by three a lire and Hugh Rodman were appointed aumb.r wao ara minutes during the day, and the rival of the rails to begin work. The of the best doctors of the city without being to prepare a constitution and s miklnr or.r Thru Thouxnd Dollar, a Ytir, eh. All U n.rr. "WS1. DOHERTY. olid.iurt. Full ptrtlculiri iVec. Afuryou know all, If yoa "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." for the Association, and the meeting price of admission, including fare on cars will be operated by animal tKlud to co no further, why. no harm ie don.. Addreu, C. ALIjEX, Itox iao, AtiEuatu, Unlticv the then adjourned until 3 o'clock this centstrains, has been placed at 50 power at first but electric power will Mr. ltadam's Microbe Killer Cures all Dec.5-Iy- . for grown people and 25 cents be put in as soon as the returns from Diseases by Removing the Cause. afternoon, when it will meet again at Send cents stamp for to accept the consti- for children. The beautiful view of the investment will justify it. There Microbe2 War. shows what diseasecircular and the the court-hous- e Is the valley east of the city, which is are, of course, croakers who say the remedy must be, and do, tocure and.whattho it. Read It, tution presented by the Committee. circulate It and jou wilt the discoverer for saving Every member of the Bar should be obtained from the car windows, is road will not pay, for nothing was your life. Address RADAM'S MICROBE at the meeting this afternoon at 3 alone worth the price of a ticket, to over undertaken here that there were J. W. GAYLE or KILLER, Nashville. Term. LeCOMPTE & GAYLE CO. s enough standing sole agents for Franklin com ty. move in the right say nothing of the many amuse not o'clock. This is a Jan, llriy. Frankfort, Ky. i direction, and one that promises to ments which will be provided at the around ready to throw cold water on a half dollar for a it, but we venture the assertion that the profession, and grounds. Invest purify and elevate encourage politeness and integrity good cause and then go out and the company will make expenses from the start and before the road and generally elevate, the tone of the enjoy yourself. has been in operation a year they will profession, and make the Frankfort No Stamps on Tick. be making a good profit. If the road Bar the modle Bar of the State. It ought to be the modle Bar as it is at Last week the agent of the Wes- reaches out into the suburbs it is the Capital of the State, and has a tern Union Telegraph Company in bound to pay, for there are more peo number of the best lawyers in the this city notified the State officials ple here to ride on it than in Mays-villDr. E. C. West's Nekvxand BhAih Treat Bowling Green, Georgetown or ment, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzi- ratwwwHil-Zir'VWVllvvState. Wo look upon this movement that all telegrams must be paid for Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. ness, Convulsions, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the as one of the best that has been inau- or they would not be sent, which Winchester, and in all of those cities of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental use r De4 gurated in Frankfort for many years. throw the State back on the mails as the street cars are well patronized pression, Softening of the Drain resulting in Insanity nnd leading to misery, dec.iy nnd death, money. It will put an end to the low and a means of forwarding official com- and the companies making Premature Old Age, Burreness, Loss of Power ! In either sex, Involuntary Loeea and Spermadegrading business of fixing juries munications. On Tuesday the postof the brain, torrhoea caused by or hach box contains j The Lexington Fair. tampering with witnesses. Let age stamps ran out and a State offiand one month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes the good work go on until we have cial applied to Postmaster Saffell to groat Lexington Fair begins for 5 00, sent by mull prepaid on receipt of price. j, j the purest and most honorable Bar in know if he would sell the State The WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. Tuesday, August 30, and continues Kentucky. any order received by us stamps on credit until there was m i most inter- To cureboxes,case. With eachwith $5,00, we will accompanied for six Will bo sent to any address money enough in the Treasury to pay Ave days. It will be the Bend the purchaser our writ ten guarantee to reWhy Not? esting meeting ever held in the State fund the money it the treatment docs not effect lrom now until January 1st, for same, which the Postmaster deGuarantees Issued only THE 1893, for twenty-fiv- e cents. as well as the most valuable to ex- a cure. & GAYLE CO., and J.byW. GAYLE, Why cannot some of our enterpris- clined to do, and the State official hibitors in all departments. The Frankfort, Ky. Campaign year is now at hand: you must keep posted, and i ing business men put a boat into the went down in his clothes and loaned stakes in all the speed rings are the the way to do so is to read i upper Kentucky river trade, to run the State five dollars, which he in- largest ever offered. The AgriculTHE OOMMEROIAL-t- ho stamps, and will take the between this city and the head of vested in only true exponent of pro- i tural Stake the first day is 81,000, and We any case of slaokwater making three trips a chances of having his account for the the second day the Mechanical Stake Liver will pay the above reward forHeadache, Intection and Bound currency Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Constipation, or we cannot in the South. week? There certainly ought to bo same approved. is the same, as is also the Association digestion, West's Vegetable Costlveness when the cure with Liver Pills, business enough along the river to The officials of the Telegraph Com- Stake the third day and the Boswoll directions are strictly complied with. They are 4 purely Vegetubie, and never full to give satisfacSEND FO A SAMPLE COPY make it pay, especially at this time pany have since instructed their Stake of the fourth day. The Pacing tion. Sugar Coated , Large boxes, containing SO acent to lot the State still further 25 cents. Bewar.iof counterfeits and imiPills, of the year when the farmers are Stake on the fifth day is 000. The tations. The genuine manufactured only by And examine it carefully-y- on i shipping their wheat. The boats can stretch its credit, notwithstanding premiums in all the exhibits are also THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, CHIOAGO, will be sure to subscribe. the June account is unpaid, but unusually large. See advertisement ILL. For sale by nil druggist. always make better rates for the Address all letters and make Uncle Sam does not do business on e heavy freights than the railroads and all checks and in another column, write a postal to i orders payable to ought to secure the business. Be- tick with anyone, and it looks like the Secretary for a catalogue, and House and Lot For Sale. the boys on the Square will havo to make your arrangements to be there i sides there are good shipping points buy the stamps to run their offices LOUISVILLE PRESS CO,, CON-- 1 FRAME RESIDENCE, along the river which are not acTHE talnlng twelve rooms, cellar nnd basement. 1 cessible to the railroads and at those until the sheriffs begin to pay up. on Washington street, next door to the Episcopal One good second hand mowor for parsonage, Is offered forsale at u bargain, For A J.UJJO, JXX. places good trade might bo worked sale. Price $20. A bargain. terras apply to Children Cry .for Pitcher's CastorIa? Bros. May ANpEBSQJf GAINES. LXJ.IV1BV W. Mastin. up. If the river ran through Indiana FKAMFORT ROUNDABOUT. posV-ofl- FranlM Furniture rnanufacrunng '."' ' 1 Have opened Sale Kooms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. Hi P CURES ALL WORMS! WHITE'S Frankfort DISEASES! VIMifME 20 ICHAH8-tATO8BK- her-out- h "league-destroyln- ?4'3!illl!ll fJi'lVA'lilvj LbbbbbbbbbbbCI- L-d- .f. - BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJBw Ta.a-in- JHI ...'---y- i al- bene-lltte- d, by-law- . Mi't. B. Pranklia ER, 'il moss-back- y. rvvvvii 'T: iJi e, mTJP "ja n self-abu- e, WEEKLY LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL J Jfl i $500 Reward! a Ml ni lG-l- y. Post-offic- TWO-STOIt- vU.!.iVM JktfetiBdlU ' r4 HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERY & txt 3 gttti i T H 1 1ST A G- - i--rr"r -- r """"" OIST ca-Kc- a WHEELS.9 " - 3D:E.A.3ii:B:Eas T Z2sr- - B OIF1 E3"7-E3S3- HMHMHIHHHHHHMaaiMBK.MrM tu K EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR DESCHTTTniT '' w "" BBMI BBBBBB M B fef. Columbus Buggy Co., Troy J3uggy Works. WE GUARANTEE Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the Fine Buggies, Phaetons, and Light Carriages. St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Sur-rie- s The H. H. Babcock Co., Broom Yic-toria- s, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern de-- . sign. TIME TABLE. The following time table is now effect apon the L. fc N. rond: TBAINB BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. in showing, WE8T. No.23lonvoBFrnnkfott No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 leaven Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINB ZABT. 5:50 9:40 8:K) 7:88 10:1,0 a. m p. m" a.m p.m. No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... No. 20 leaves Frankfort at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch. V. No .24 arrives Frankfort No. 22 leaves Frankfort..... Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lograage for Uinofnnati. ISos. 28 and 21 connect V. AliKXANDEB, .... 1:85 7.48 9:15 p.m. p. m. p.m. a. m. Agent. fKAiMKFORT ROUNDABOUT FBANKFORT, JULY 16, 1892. they made rather a bad largely owing to the fact that they havo been doing too much road riding and not enough race riding and had not provided themselves with race wheels. On Wednesday Mr. fi. T. Crutcher finished second in the race for the Blue Grata Championship and won the Frankfort Club championship race. Tho prize in the first was a handsome water color painting and in the last a gold medal. His time in the first race was 3:04 and in the last 3:10. Mr. John Selbert wag chosen as one of the judges at the races and was elected one of the business representatives of the League. The meet next year will be held at Tuesday Harrodsburg. Council Proceedings. list. The minutes of two or three previous meetings were read and approved. was received A communication from Mayor Tobin, recommending tho building of a sewer on Steele street, the cost of same to be $542.80. The matter was referred to the street committee, to report back at next meeting. A communication was received from Mayor Tobin, requesting the appointment of an engineer to define the grade of tho street railway on our streets. Roferred to street committee. A communication was received from the mayor announcing the resignation of Hon. Grant Green as a All the members were present except Councilman Haff, who Is on the sick Regular Meeting, July 12, 1892. JACOB SWIGERT& CO X3ZT& U Je A "NTOE A rKFTNT3?3 jbi Have Removed From the Batzeff Building oust iLrA-rrs- r H101 MD 102 tSS-Thcy to SMSSSm ujj j-jjl- 1 ' will fill time. thisspacc-shor- t nax "Will Teach In Bellepolnt. Why Don't You Stop Coughing before the entire museveral cous membrane lining the air pasSchoo) sage leading to the lttngs becomes princi- inflamed, as it surely will be from a cough neglected. School. remedy that gives There is but one instant relief and cures quickly. Dr. Hale's Household Old Kentucky Home. Cough Cure cures every kind of cough from a simple cold to incipient - Misses Nannie and Delia Holding, consumption. 25 and 50c bottles at who went from here to Mexico, have Carpenter's South Side drug store. 1 returned to Kentucky and are building a home in Georgetown. Somerset Miss Rachel Oromie, for years a teacher in the Public in this city, has been elected pal of the Bellopoint Public Reporter. The Misses Holding were formerly School teachers in the Feeble-minde- d Put on Its Sunday Clothes. in this city. Land for a Distillery. The Old Judge Distillery Co. purchased on Wednesday from Mr. A. W. Cromwell two and a half acres off of hiB farm lying on Benson, two miles west of this city, and will shortly begin the erection of a distillery upon it, for the manufacture of "Old Judge" whisky. Mashed Ills Foot. Mr. James Sower was superintending the unloading of a lot of beer at Death of Mrs. Breckinthe L. & N. depot on Wednesday! ridge. when he accidentally dropped a block of ice weighing about seventy-liv- e Mrs. Breckinridge, wife of Hon. W. pounds on his left foot, mashing it so 0. P. Breckinridgo, Congressman badly that he will riot be able to get from this district, died in Washingabout for some time. ton City on Thursday afternoon at 2 remains tor. Hale's Household Tea o'clock. Tho yesterday were brought to Lexington afternoon for interment. Is the great blood purifier and nerve tonic. It acts upon all the secretions of the system, enabling the Excursion Rates. liver and kidneys to perform their proper functions, giving tone and Tho Kontucky Midland Railway is strength to the nervous system, a making one fare round trip to KenTwo tucky Fairs. July 28, Niogara Falls certain cure for dyspepsia. months' treatment for 50c. Get a and return at $7.72. July 23, Chicago free sample at Carpenter's South Side and return at $8.00. July 16, 17 and 1 drug store. 18, St. Louis and return at $7.00. m 0. D. Bercaw, The heavy rainB of Wednesday afternoon and evening caused Benson ereek to rise suddenly that night, and the current rushed with such force into the Kentucky river as to tear loose from their moorings numerous rafts of saw logs at the mills of Messrs. J. M. Wakefield, W. J. Hughes & Co. and Congleton Bros. Several rafts belonging to the latter firm were carried over the dam at Lock No. 4, and those of Messrs. Wakefield and Hughes were driven up stream as far ab the railroad bridge. member of the Sinking Fund Commission, and recommending the appointment of H. H. Watson as his successor. The resignation was accepted. Messrs. H. H. Watson and Chas. E. Hoge were nominated to fill the vacancy, and, upon the ballot being taken, Chas. E. Hoge received 6 votes and H. H. Watson received 2 votes. Mr. Hoge waa declared elected. -AND DEALER IN- Petition of Mary Spencer, who lives on Church Street, requesting aid from the city. She was ordered Gas sent to the county infirmary. Reductions in the assessments of the following gentlemen and firms PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. AIiL WORK were made: The Mason & Foard Com GUARANTEED. pany, from $100,000 to $70,000; W. A. Gaines & Co., from $70,000 to $60,000; Opposite Stato House. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY . Dunigan. & Nicol from $4,000 to $2,000; Hiram Berry, from $4,000 to inmtirh. Practical Instruction. Graduatef$3,000; George Salender, from $3,800 alsted to positions. Catalogue free. Write to to $3,000. Wm. Oraik appeared before the iTAKT ft 1TRAR0H BUSINESS COLLEGE, council and asked that tho sewer at LOUISVILLE, KY. the corner of Todd and Shelby streets be repaired. The street committee were instructed to examine tho premises and act in the matter. The license of the Coal Elevator Company and of J. W. Gaines & Sons waa reduced from $75 to $70, and tho Nicholasville, Ky., clerk was instructed to draw his warrant in favor of the Elevator Company for $5, the amount over paid by them on license for the next year. Miss M. F. Hewitt Principal Mr. Darnell offered tho following was adopted, viz: resolution which -- DWARD CLAASSEN, ZEOTia-AJIL Plumber, GasSteam Fitter Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, aimaiiffliii SESSION SECOND MONDAY IN That our SenatorandRoprssentatlve September, lbW. requestea to secure tno passage For catalogue apply to Principal us nbove. July Mm by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky of an act authorizing cities of the third clasa to issue their bonds in tho sum of iIIHHgCRE twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars, to be used for the purpose of paving with i. LVU1 l1 brick the roadway of certain streets 'irirtnrwfl!mxmi m TTiTfiil F"mnmtL of said cities. The following committee was ap- to secure the passago of the 110 ill: Mayor Tobin, W. O. Herndon, J. T. Staten, James Darnell, Thos. fAILES miles CopjrfjM, 1331, by WorcwUr Cont Co. Church and J. O. Mastin. --wjaw w Councilman Church moved that l zyniFeSJmr a wwa the L. & N. R. R. be required to put Appropriate Mates wm gates at the intersections of High and in fnct, beautifully mated a hawKome Ann streets, to prevent damage to woman and a Royal "Worcester mmwui vehicles by passing trains. Adopted. Corset. An account was allowed tho workTHE SHORTEST ANDEQIJICKEST A Royal Worcester will improve a poor G. P. A. On Trial at Owenton. house keeper amounting to $100. form and give to a good form that elegence was The work-hous- e Keeper which a woman must possess Georgetown to Hew Drki Happy Hooslcrs. ordered to repair one or two cross- of appearance or in fashion. Dr. J. L. Massie, who has been to he instjle confined in jail hero for some time, Styles and shapes for everbody. Ask for Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of Ida ings on the South Side. Time, 25 Hours. The council adjourned until Thurs- them The genuine have the folvlllo.Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters day night. was taken to Owenton on Monday SOLID VESTIDDLED TRAINS. lowing trade mark upon them: hna done more for me than all othor and his trial upon the charge of kill- medicines combined br that bad The shortest und quickest. Fell Dead. ing Jeaso. Honakor, just over the feeling arising from l.idnoy and Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala V 'Ot Owen lino, near Elmvillo, this coun- Liver trouble.'' John Leslie, farmer These words are very familiar to ty, last Ootober, was commenced and stockman, of same place, says: our readers, as not a day passes withTime, 26 Hours. tho Wednesday, Judge Montforb having 'Find Eloctrio Bitters to be Madebest out tho report of tho sudden death of mo somo Solid Vcstlbuled Trains. The Short line beand Liver meTcine. Kidney The ox- promjnent tween Cincinnati and called a special term of the Circuit fool like a new man." J. W. Gardner, Sanation is ''Heartcitizen. ' Lkxinoton, Ky., Time, 2 Diseases." There-br- o Hours Wo 3Iako A Specialty Of Court for that purpose. This is the hardware merchant, tme town, says: 12 Knoxvillk, Tknn., howaro if you have any of tho " is just the thing for a following symptoms: ASHKVIl.LK, N. C, 17 " " These Corsets. second trial of tho caso, thojury Electric Bitters Short Breath, Chattanooua, Tknn., " iB run down and don't man TLANTA, Gi., having failod to agree at the ilrat oaro who all ho lives or dies; he Pain in Side, Smothering Snolls, 16 " n ' whether BIHMIKUIIAM, ALA.. Swollen Ankles, Asthmatic Breath- WE1TZEL & O'DOiNNELL. " 10 " trial. found now strength, good appetite ing, Weak and Hungry Spells, TenDirect Connections ut New OrleantandShrer port for Texas. Mexico and California. and felt JuBt like no had a now leaso derness in Shouldor or Arm, FlutterLeave Frankfort viu Kentucky MIdlaud Railway on life. Only 50o. a bottle, at P. H. ing of Heart or Irregular Pulgo. vlaUeorijatortrn 5:15 a.m. ;arrlveCtnclnnat 110:20 Our Wlieelmen. DANCING 2 a.m. Quicker than any other lino. Carpentor'B Drug Store. These symptoms moan heart disease All trains arrlv it depart fromCentrnlUnlOB Tho most reliable romocly is Dr. Quito a number of our local Depot, Cincinnati. Wagon a first-clas- s Miles' Now Heart Cure, whioh has For SALB--LFor Rate. Maps, Ao..nnarest bloyoltets attonded tho Stato meet at E. T. CI1AHLETON, log wagon, in good repair, saved thousands of lives. Book of MISS KATIE STRAUSS' CLASS IN DANCING D. P. & T. A., Chattanooga. Lexington thla week and sovoral of which I will sell cheap. testimonials freo at J. W. Qayle'a Monday, open at Capital Hotel. Days of Tuition D. MILLER, wednesduy and Friday mornings at D. EDWARDS, JunlU-t- t J. B. Utterback. who also sells the New Heart Cure. 1 10 o'clock. them were entered in tho races. On Traf.Mnu. Cincinnati, 0. 9 P. &A.T . Resolved by the Board of Councilmen of the City or Jbrankfort: oe n ---- ,lOJTn VV!S IT Jm-NiiJmi- vj'ii fAWm&VM. CSMIQSIiSm iiP'vS'Mi to-da- CLASS. og 44-2- t. ', knZlKAj.-.- . '...'..:.. .,.,. : JVta.ft. JA",.' . J. G f TO-EiDX- T -- ISReady for Spring Trade in the most complete ri JL - TC5" T J yJ- "T" J3i ZI5 TT" " - i JCL& ISReady for Spring Trade with a large line of' - r vi J M Stoves i Bap, China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns closing out. goods. K, mssMBsssmmim JMItssfelPS 1 Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double I am No trouble to show JM). T.BUCKLEY. Religious. We would 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. J0H1T T. BUCKLEY. Reduced Rates Will be made by the Queen & Orescent Route and Louisville Soutern R. R. on account of the following occa2 sions: At Wilmore. Ky., Colored Camp Meeting, July 23 to 30. At Harrodsburg, Ky., Mercer County Fair, July 25 to 29. To Niagara Falls, special low rates, Their Superior Ability in Treating 0b scure Chronic DIm'aps l something marvelous, have cured where other,s have, riven up to lle. M be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made.1 4 OHEus'fiAiV Ohurch The congregation will assemble at 10:30 o'clock for the celebration of the Lord's Supper. No service at night. Southern Presbyterian Church Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his pulpit o'clock. No morning at night service. 11 Henderson, the pastor, being absent, there will be no services Sunday-school Methodist Church Rev. H. G. convenes at 9:30 a.m. Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. the rector, will occupy the pulpit at Ascension Ohurch tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at Ponick, 8:00 p. m. Rev. J.,McClusky Blayney, D. D., the pastor, will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 o'clock. Union service at night. w First Presbyterian Church lor, the pastor, being absent on his summer vacation, there will be no services Sunday-schoo- Baptist Church Rev. W. 0. Tay- l at 9:30 a. m. Mr. Ben Bigstaff. formerly of this county, who has been engaged in lay work for the Presbyterian Church in Breathitt county, has been changed to Hazel Green, Wolfe county. The union services will bo held evening at 8 o'clock in the First Presbyterian Church, and Rev. W. G. Neville, of the Southern Presbyterian Ohurch, will deliver the discourse. Oathuijiu services at the Church of the Good will be conShepherd ducted by Rev. Father James Gorey, Church The usual the temporary pastor. m High mass at 8 a. m., low mass at 10 a. m., andvespors at 7:30 p. m. . Miles' Nerve and L,iver Pills. Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though the nerves. A now discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gaylo'fl, Frankfort, Ky. 45-l- The Kentucky Midland. The Lexington Transcript says: "It is the history of nearly all roads that they are built by municipal and county subscription, which prove inadequate for their completion, and then fall into the hands of some big corporation to be made a part of its system. This appears to be the fate of the Kentucky Midland, at present t.-- r in operation between Frankfort and Paris, and projected from the latter place to Mt. Sterling, a distance of t.oinntv.t-.limTnllfiK. where it will connect with the Big Sandy Division of the C. & O., now operated by the Vanderbilts' able lieutenant, General M. E. Ingalls. Another gap of nine miles exists between Frankfort and Alton, on the Louisville Southern, which it is proposed to construct. These two gaps, if closed and owned by the Vanderbilt3, would give that interest an entry into Louisville, over the Southern from Alton. It is said that the Vanderbilts already own a big block of Louisville South ern stock, or at least enough to enable CONVENTION OF REthem to command favorable arrange- A PUBLICAN CLUBS IN ments for the use of that part of the LEXINGTON. line. This would doubtlesB have some effect in the E. T.,V. and G. road, now operating the Southern, Messrs. Blaine, Riley and but at present in the hands of a Crawford Meet to Discuss Plans Kentucky receiver, at the instance of its former President, General Sam Thomas, to be Organized all "The Kentucky Midland was built Along the Line. by Mason, Hoge & Co., lessees of the penitentiary, and being simply conAt the last annual convention of tractors, andnotambitiousto operate the Republican State League of Kenthe property longer, they want to tucky, held in Newport July 15, 1891, sell it. Theso gentlemen have been Lexington was chosen, after a close to Cincinnati to see Mr. Ingalls, who contest with Louisville, as the place as Vanderbilt's representative, has of the next meeting. examined the property. A deal will, Last week the Executive Committherefore, likely be closed soon and tee of the League held a meeting in Frankfort will be put on a through Louisville and agreed on August 10 line. Surveyors have completed the as the date of holding the convenplans and estimates, and it is said tion. the Frankfort and Alton gap will cost The objects of the League are to about 22,000 per mile, it being most- promote and maintain the principles ly through a rough country. The of the Republican party; to interest twenty-thre- e miles" from Paris to in politics those who have been inMt. Sterling will cost about 15,000 different to their political duties; to mile. At Frankfort a bridge will Eer necessary across the Kentucky encourage attendance at the primary meeting in honest and cariver. The main span of this would t pable men order that nominated; to may be be 350 feet, with 125 feet of approach guard and defend the purity of at each end, and 1,900 feet of viaduct ballot box; to promote the cause the of approach to these latter. The entire good government; to promote acstructure will cost about 175,000. quaintance among the Republicans There is a proposition to widen the of Kentucky; to associate the Ken bridge with foot and driveways, for tucky Republicans into a permanent the comfort of the people of Frank- organization, auxiliary to the Repubfort, providing they will give up K. lican League of the United States and M. bonds to the amount of 110,000. the established Dartv authorities. This would make the bridge cost The Kentucky Republican League 235,000.'' is In a healthy and growing condition, and since the wiping out of all Where to go This'Suinmer. the complicated features of securing membership, and the reduction of the If you contemplate taking a trip annual fees to 5 a club, there have this summer remember that the been many new clubs formed in varimost delightful place in America is ous parts of the State. It is desired Old Point Comfort, Va that there should be a League Club On Tuesday, July 2Gth, the Chesa- in every voting precinct in the State peake and Ohio Railway will run its liiib your, in viBW ii tiiu iuvju tuui annual excursion from Lexington and through these clubs the voters of the the blue grass region. A trip to Old State must be educated to intelligentPoint will cost you less than to any ly understand the complicated ballot other place on accouut of the ex- system under which the election will tremely low rates made by the be held this fall. At the meeting of the Garfield Club Hvceia Hotel and the railway com pany to parties taking advantage of last Saturday evening it was unanimously decided that the club be identins excursion. Full particulars will be advertised tified with the State Leage, and that we proceed at once to obtain memshortly. Chas. L. Brown, G. P. A. bership. The Secretary was instructm ed to write to T. J. McOann, SecretaCheap Rates on JL,. & N. ry of the State League, for necessary papers and information with reference to the formation of clubs and Reduced rates will bo made by the applications for membership in the Queen & Crescent Route for the fol- League. lowing named occasions. 'Tickets The Secretary has received the will also be sold by L. S. R. R. necessary blanks, &c.,andis ready At New Albany, Ind., Holiness to solicit membership, and he trusts Camp Meeting, July 21 to August that all good Republicans will call on 20th. him and lend their aid in this work. High Bridge Camp Meeting, High Each club holding a membership Bridge, Ky., July 22 to August. of the State League will be entitled At Harrodsburg, Ky., Mercer coun- to one delegate in the Lexington ty Fair, July 20 to 29, tickets on sale Convention for every ten members July 25th to 29th, good for return un- of the club. All clubs wishing to be til July 30th. represented at the convention by At Nicholasville, Ky., Christian delegates are required to register 27th. with the Secretary before the first of State Convention, colored, July At Washington, D. 0 National August. Meeting of Wheelmen, July 10 and The Garfield Club will hold their 17. next regular meeting on Saturday At Niagara Falls, N. Y., Dental evening, July 23d, immediately after Congress, July 29 to August 0th. the city convention, and take formal For further information as to rates, action, elect delegates, &o., to the &c, call on Tickets Agents or write Lexington convention, and it is D. G Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, that all bo present. Ohio. W. H. VanWinkle, Secretary. If you have a buggy, carriage or A carpenter by the name of M. S. set of harness which needs repairing take it to the Kontucky Buggy and Powers fell from the roof of a house Harness Company on east Broadway. in East Des Moines. Iowa, and sus tained a painful and serious sprain of All work promptly executed. the wrist, which ho cured witn one bottle of Ohamborlain's Pain Balm. Reduced Rates It Ho says it is worth $5 a bottle. sale by J. W. cost him 50 cents. Will be made by the Queen and Gayle, Druggist. For 43.1m. Crescent Route for the following occasions and tickets will also bo sold Worth Knowing. by the Louisville Southern Railroad: Epworth Bible Many thousand people have found At Rico's, Kentucky Institute Camp Meeting, July 0th to a friend in Aunt Fanny's Health Re' storer. At Henderson, Kontucky Teachers If you have never used this great malady of State Association, July 18th to 20th. specific for the prevailing Complaint, Washington, D. 0., National the age, Dyspepsia, Liver At Meeting of Wheelmen, July 10th to Rheumatism, Oostiveness, Nervous, Exhaustion, Nervous Prostration, 17th. Hlnnnlnnannnn nnd fill diseases arisin&T Organ for Sale I have a fine from derangement of tho stomach, second-han- d cabinet organ, suitable liver and kidneys, wo would bo or family uses, nlnnnnrl f,n rivn vnu a TMckaCTO of this for Sunday-schogreat norvo tonic free of charge. whioh I will sell at a bargain. I do-sire- :t '. Queen City Driving. Club, August 13. July 28th. At Danville, Ky., Boylo County Fair, August 2 to 6. At Versailles, Ky.,Woodford County Fair, August 2 to 4. At Cincinnati, Ohio, Meeting of 8 to At Lebanon, Ky., State Grand Lodge, U. B. F., August 9th. At Lawrenceburg, Ky., Anderson, Franklin and Salvisa County Fair, August 9 to 11. At Kansas City, Mo., Southern Lumber Manufacturers' Association, August 7 to 8. For further information as to rates, &c, call on Ticket Agents or write to D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Sudden's Arnica Salve. The bestsalve in the world foi Drs. I 1 "' f'7f V7f.7;i7.7' '" ' "; ";; "' I Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Tho world renowned specialists, of Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Med Ion institute, Louisville, Ky., the Southern will be at Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns Frankfort. and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- Capital Hotei, July 28, 1892, tively cures Piles, or no pay re- Returning every four weeks during the year. Stock'lu e hnve hail Drs. Walter quired. It is guaranteed to give .experience In and.largest licsnltula In th rears of country. the perfect satisfaction, or money re We graduat s of several of the best Colleges and a specially 01 nu nave lornnuniooi oijeuraniauo funded. Price 25 cents per box. chronic and surlcal diseases. J hey undertake no Incurable diseases but have cured hundreds For sale by SouthSide drug store, clven tin to die. They tle.lt successfully and 5-- Walter and Stockdale- ,US M fl iy P. K. Carpenter. I do not take guaranteed. the case unless acure can bo pTeg7 Acute aud Chronic Catarrh, ringing in the oars, Deafness, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Xosc Throat, Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Dludder Troubles, Dright's Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation lthcimiatism Paralysis. A. 11. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostate Olanil trouble; w.is given up to die by nil ueneral practitioners I consulted, and I myself gave up all hope, made my will aud so arranged my business, was obliged to uso rntlMther every half hour. And now entirely well, cured by Drs. Walter ami Stockdale. 0. 11. Thomas Frankfort, Ky Catarrh of ten years standing; am now completely cured by Drs, Walter and Stockdale. ".H JT Vi?, EPILEP.SY OR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, Scrotula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by and never falling remedies. DISEASES OK WOMfcN. such as Leucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains In back, relieved In short lime. d 15-t- f. Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches aud fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial 111 its ellecls, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for Bale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who not, have it on hand will promay cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. LOUISVILLE, YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED MEN suffering from Spormatorrhe 1, Impotency, Eruntlons, the result of errors or e,xceben, should call before ltj Is too late, aud guarantee a cure Superfluous hair and all eruptions on tho face permanently re- Remember th date and come rnrly, as their rooms are always crowded wherever thoy htop. Examination und consultation free, private and confidential. They can refer you to hundreds of Vaises in jour owi State und every state In the Union, whlcli he has cured, among tucin the following: Mrs. lie v. J. L, Stokes, Darwin, Ind., Suppressr, ed and painful menstratlons. Mrs. Henry Camden, Ind., Female Trouble. Mrs. R. AV. Crockett, Delilhl. Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Gus Owasco, Ind., Lung Trouble. Mrs. Martha Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast removed without knife or caustic. Miss Ilettle Block, Mlchlgantown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. McCarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Rosa Cooksou, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eye straightened. Mrs. Sarah Coiner, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and Asthma of long standing. Mrs M. Clark, Mooresvllle, Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic. Miss Surah Dougherty, Rocklleld, ind., Epllepsey. Mrs. Uincaster, Vlvalla. Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, VIvalia, Ind., KidGrl-deGin-rich, moved. ' I 8AN FRANCISCO, CAL, XY. NEW YORK, N.Y. W. J, CHINN, JR 3 Ind., Catarrh, Doctors said would die with con11s ever. Win, A. Gard, sumption. Is as well Burlington, Ind., Kidney trouble for four years. Dr. Walter cured 1110 two years ago have not been troubled since. EUJuh Toler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not see after business-a- m as well y as ever. James Wyntt, Delphi, Ind., Could not hear and had a constant dlscharo my ears. Dr. Walter cured mo entirely. from Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J. 0. Canine, Waverhind. Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller, Grecucastle, Cancer of Eye. Mrs. Mary Jones, Edluburg, Brlghts Disease, Theso names are given by permission and they request that all sullerers should wrlto them In regard to their case. They also have many testimonials from patients having been cured of private diseases but do not publish them oven by permission but will furnish them upon application. Address to-d- ney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Martinsville. Drs. Walter and Stockdale, Will practice in all State Courts. Of. fice second floor, Custom House. Jan.80-ly- ol No. 620 Fifth street. 44-2- t. J.B.Utterbaok. ,1.,: 40 UHAPMAN W ILiLilAMB. . Iiouisvillo, Ky. i fcUJr.i' Jit ' -- HtlkL flKHMI m?? fhi Elgin Movement. TOE Open Faced Filled Case. iMBD' Open Fnce Filled Cine, G ENUINE -- BAGAI IFOIE SALRE M ' jfrfS&t 'p"r!55! EIHGT DAYS ONLY! We will inaugurate, on and continue for EIGHT DAYS TiaJLy ONLY, a special sale of Gold and Filled Case 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 IhaescLay, 5tlh., FIFTEEN YEARS. . A. SELBERT, The Jeweler, Frankfort, Ky. To Old Point. The grand annual excursion over the 0. & O. Railway to Old Point Comfort, Virginia, will bo run from Lexington on Tuesday, July 20, 1802. A superbly equipped special train, with Pullman Sleepers and elegant day coaches, will leave that city at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon of the day mentioned, arriving at Old Point the next afternoon. This is the cheapest excursion of the season, as the fare for the round trip has been placed at $13.00, and tickets will be good returning on any of the regular trains until August 14th. A stop of three hours for dinner will be made at Richmond going, which will give ample timo for adrive over tho city, but returning the excursionists can visit Richmond, White Sulphur Springs, Kanawha Falls or any of the famous Virginia watering places. Special side trip excursions have been arranged at low rates from Old Point Comfort to New York, Ocean View and Virginia Beach. Reduced rates of 2.60 per day have been secured at tho Hygoia Hotel, Old Point WARRANTED TWENTY YEARS. ZFrice, $12.50. Dr. Male's Household Oint- ment Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia .and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific 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 Carpeny ter's South Side drug store. 5-l- Pea Ridge. PS year. Mr. Will Tracy and his Bon, Mr. Sam Tracy, have been cutting and hauling hay at the Wade farm, Benno how. son. Doo-le- y It is reported that Mr. John will teach the Benson school this The Old tricts of finding out if a lady applicant has ability to teach the school. The Ridge soribo does not recommend it, being very much "agin it." You see she camo around for tho school and wo was all "agin" her and told her that we'd made other arrangements. Well, she went off but came back next day to see mo and said she know sne might depend on my friendship, and would I sign her application? Well, I just couldn't get around, it. I know the other two trustees were "agin her," and it wouldn't amount to nothing, so I signed it, and the next time I saw the. other two trustees why she'd been and seen them two "fellers" and they'd signed too. Well, she taught us a good school. She was a startling good teacher, and that's how wo found it out Refused her application and if she hadn't been able to get us to sign what we didn't want she couldn't have been fit to teach R. ROGERS & SON, Our Store for a New Ask at Rnnii uvew uaeas rutma Bright -r- BISSPI 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 BISSFXL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. JSrzef Way Free to those who ask for it. Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. n Original Remedy Leads. "Mi-crobi- ," u , ffi re v Z' t m 'Al Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about germs," ''baccilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, hay. and for years has been, making Several of our people will cut their more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement oats this weak. The watermelon crop prospect is in this paper. Don't be deceived. decidedly thin at present, in spite of all the immense amount of labor it Advertised Letters at has taken, while the never-failin- g Frankfort, Ky. blackberry promises immense returns with no labor. Below will be found a list of advertised Mr., Will and Mr. Sam Tracy have letters for the week ending July 16th, got a splendid crop of corn at Fleet- 1892: wood. It is worth going to see. Messrs. T. extend an invitation to all the Adams, Farmer Lancaster, Wil- liam H. Roundabout's readers everywhere (2) Miller, Miss Olie Birett, David to come and see it. Mrs. McDowney, Mrs. Beasley, is a The Pea Ridge Sunday-schoQorgia Harritt y success under the able superintend-enc- Bilyen, Mrs. John McAfee. Harry of Mr. Corrans and Mrs. Ellen Brown, James MpGroder, Tom Dennis. Evidence a large supply of Carge. John Meeks, Mat lesson papers sent for. Ohurchwell, Mrs. Miller, Miss Ollie Pickens, Leander Reamer After the adjournment of Sunday-schoo- l Payno, Miss Minea last Sunday, quite a number Edwards, S. E. Miss Roberts, of the scholars, accompanied by the Goins, Mrs. V. Aline superintendent, went to the residence Goshing, George of Mrs. L. Edge and had quite an en- Howard, Jos. W. Rudy, Given ueuner, James joyable concert party. They are cor- Hays, Sue Irvin, Mrs. Laura Reed, Smith dially invited to come again. Mrs. swan, Wm. Mr. Joe Tracy paid a visit to his Johnson, Southwick, W. S. Ruth daughter, Mrs. Mollie Qjniro, at Stony Kern, Mrs. Bell Wilson, Wm. A. Creek last Sunday. When calling for those letters jay ad Mr Dock Tracy and Mr. Will vertiaed. are working in tobacco for J. M. Saffkll, Mr. James Pence Postmaster. Mrs. L. Edge, who suffored so much from a dental operation a few weeks To our Subscribers. ago, is bettor at present writing, benow to take a little food, ing able The SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT which and is in a fair way to recover. appeared in our columns some time The patriotism of the Ridge is too since, announcing a special arrange well known to need comment. It ment with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., of sent a full quota of men to both ar- Enosburgh Falls, Vt., publishers of mies during the war, and celebrates "A Treatise on the norse ana nis the national holiday in time of peace Diseases," whereby our subscribers as the following attests: Born, July were enabled to obtain a copy of that 4th, to Mr. Will Crutcher, jr., and valuable work free by sending their wife, a son. address to B. J. Kendall Co. (and stamp lor mailRidge scribe is in possession enclosing a two-ceThe of a mass of evidence that the Round- ing same) is renewed for a limited themperiod. about is read not only in this county selves of We trust all will availobtaintho opportunity of and in other but in other counties States. This fact ought to be noticed ing this valuablo work. To every indispensable, by those who want a valuable adver- lover of tho Horse it is manner all as it treats in a simple the tising medium. diseases which aifliot this noblo aniMrs. Joe Cole, of Indiana, is visit- mal. Its phenomenal sale throughing at Mrs Lou Tracy's. Mrs. Cole's out the United States and Canada daughter is very sick. make it standard authority. Mention Misses Annie and Ethol Ghoate, of this paper when sending for" Treatise." Frankfort, were at the Sunday-schoo- l last week. If you want sulphur water, fresh Miss Bolo and Miss Annie Loo Hol- from tho Murray well, left at your Sunday-schoo- l der were at the Ridge residence every morning, leavo last week. orders at W. II. Avorill's drug Btoro, Reader, Kansas City and others, tho U. S. Express office or H. R. road any thing that was Williams' grocery. did not true in this column? When there are soveral applicants ".' Stray Cow Tho person who lost for a school it always seemed to the a dry Alder ny cow, with one horn writer that it would bo muoh kinder shorter than the other and ring and to the applicants if tho trustees would holo in tho right oar, can hoar of her refuse thorn at once instoad of keep- whereabouts by calling and paying ing them in suspense and lot it bo for this notice. Tho party has had .known who is to teach. A very in- hor for two wooks and wants tho genious way prevails in some dis ownr eto como and tako her away. ol Ma-theney nt Mr. James Tracy, who has been on the sick list the past week, is better. Mr. John Angrave has been very sick at his residence near Bridgeport this week. Mr. Polk is cutting and hauling Comfort. Space in Pullman Sleepers will be $3.50 per berth which two persons can occupy. Bargains. MastinBros. second-han- d 42-t- f. should send in their names by July 15, 1892, in order that necessary sleeping-ca-r space may be reserved. Children between 6 and 12 years will be carried at half fare. Children under 5 years will bo carried free. A representative of the railroad company will be in attendance and will see that everybody is shown every com tesy and attention. Do not get this Special confounded , with local excursion trains. The capacity of Pullman Sleepers is limited to a certain number of persons to the car and there will be no crowding whatever. You will have all tho comforts of a regular Parties desiring Slooping-Oa- r space Buggies that they offer cheap. Surreys, Pheatons and v havo some splendid DR. W. I. KEI1EY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the ANNOUNCEMENTS. FHOESnTIX HOTEL, IN LEXINGTON. KY.. train. For further information address agont of L. & N. Railroad this city or Oiias. L. Brown, first-class FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. 1892. 1892. We nre authorized to announce Judge IRA JULI VN as a candidate for Circuit Judae In the Aug. 1892. Judicial district composed of Bowbon. Franklin, HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical cott and Woodford counties, subject to the operation an d with little or no pain. action of the Democratic party. t FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. REEERENCES . : W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. We are authorized to announce Hon. C. A.. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. BOARD, of hcott county, as a candidate for Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. Attorney In this Judicial Commonwealth's Scott J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. District, composed of Bourbon, Franklin. V. Berberlch, Frankfort, Ky. Woodford counties, subject to the action of and Rev. L. P. Hulett. Benson. Ky. the Democratic party. A. U. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. V. Saturday, July 9th, Saturday, July 30th, Saturday, 20th, . f AT! SEE HERE! thatlhme Just In S30 my meat store at the Herndon block, where I Second street. am prepared to furnUli the most choice and tennerest cut of all kinds of fresh meats, at the lowest prices. Call and leave your orders and they will receive prompt attention. Z. TAYLOR COLLINS. June lS-lT WISH TO INFORM G. P. A. Geo. W. Barney, General Agent. Lexington, Ky. m I MY OLD CUSTOMERS David Moore, Ileuson, Ky. Jus. M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. DR. KELLEY'S ofllce and residence Is at 259 West Eighth street.CIncliinatl.andwherehe may be found ever) day of each week except SATUR-DAY- J. hughes. Frankfort, Ky. iv; i Si Cholera infantum has lost its terrors since the introduction of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. When that remedy is used and the treatment as directed with each bottle is followed, a cure is certain. Mr. A. W. Walters, a promi- Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent tron to any one by audressing W. I. KELLEY, M. D 2C9 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE. Articles of Incorporation. THE 37-t- f. you-eve- r 23-t- f. Select or wrappery tobacco IN undersigned, have become Incorporated under chapter EG of tho General Statutes of Kentucky, and filed articles or Incorporation for record In the Franklin County Court ( lerk's onlce. The name of the corporation Is the 'People's Homestead and Saving Association," and by that name It is authorized to sue and be sued, contract and bo contracted with, and possess sucli 43-lpower and transact su-business as pertalrs gist. generally to bulldirg and loan associations, to purchiise. use, lease hold and sell real and personal estate. Tho general until le ot Its business Is to assist Its members In s- vine and Investing money, and In buying and Improving real estate, and by procuring money for other purposes by loaning to suchot them ns miy desire It, and Its FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, principal place of bushes shall be Frankfort, Kentucky. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. bald corporation commenced Its corporate existence on the 1st day of July, 1892, and shall week continue for twenty live jenrsofthereafter, unless Sales on our market for the justolosed amount to 2,340 hhds., with sooner dissolved by aofvote stock. stockholders owning three-fourtthe receipts for tho same period of 2.112 The capital stock of said association shall not hhds. Sales on our market since Jan- exceed in the aggregate and full ultimate 11lue nve thereof at any uary 1st amount to 95,314 hhds. Sales dollars, and be one time Into hundredofthousand tho ultidivided shares to mate value of one hundred dollars each, which of the orop of 1891 on our shares may be Usued In one or more series, In date 81,592 hhds. such amount and at such time us the board of Our market this week has devel- directors limy determine, and shall be paid fnr In oped no change in tho hurley market. such manner and at such time and place as may be prescribed hy the The verv common grades continue to tions of said association. s, rules and regulasell high and tho demand is activo The affairs ot said Association shall bo vested for colory goods of all grades but the In, and conducted by, a board of seven directors; who shall choose 11 President, Vice President, a medium grades of rod fillers are secretary and Treasurer and an Attorney. Said low. Tho growing crop as a directors shall be elected annually on the llrst rule is reported in fairly promising Monday In July In eachyear.except t e first board, which shall consist ot L.B. Marshall, Jacob Swi; condition. Tho following quotations fairly gert, B. T. Farmer, Chas.Kllwangor, Geo a. Lewis, B. B.Jeffers and F. M.Halloran. the undetslgned represent our market for hurley Incorporators, who shall hold ofllce until tho llrst Monday In July, iwa, and until their successors tobacco, crop of 1891: nre elected and qua tiled. A ml said directors Trash (dark) or damagod may appoint such scents and emplojes as they $4 50(7? i 35 50 deem tit for the best interest ot tho association, tobacco 50(5 7 50 In accordance with tho provision of the Common Colory trash... 5 Tho highest amount of indebtedness or liaMedium to good colory bility to which tho said corporation Is to subject 9 00 Itself shall not at nny time exceed $25,Mi0. 7 00 trash corporators nnd Tho private Common lugs not colory 5 00( , 7 00 stockholders isproperty or tliufrom ull corporate to uo exempt Medium to good colory debts inul nubilities. In testimony hereof, wo the 10 uuci 15 00 undersigned subscribe our names this Jul) 1st, lucrs 7 500? 10 00 Common Colory lugs L. B. MARSHALL, Common to medium loaf 8 00(7? 14 00 JACOB SWIGERT, 17 00 14 B. T. FARMER, Medium to good loaf. CHAS. ELLWANGER, 17 25 00 Good to fine loaf. GEO. A. LEWIS, cured my baby boy of cholera Infantum alter several other remedies had failed. The child was so low that it seemed almost beyond the aid of human hands or reach of 25 and 50 cent any medicine." bottles for sale by J. W. Gaylo, Drugsays: nent merchant at Waltersburg, 111., TVTOl'ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE. "It mm. LSKgaH IrKEMALL'S 11 ever discov- LOUISVI1ULE MARKET. TOBACCO - ered, as It Is certain In Its effects and docs not blister. Read proof below : The Most Successful Itcmcdy the hs Kendall's Spavin Cure. Da, B. market by-la- rather dents It Is with the greatest satisfaction that I Inform you that I liavecured tho followlngdlseases: Hrvcnuey.buoiildcr Joint IaiincncMN.tiflo hlioo-lioi- l, Joint J.ninonfHM.am working onI.unieucHn lu Hip-JoiFaro Foot. I litiiiieneiK and will euro that all with Keudall's Spavin Cure. It Is the best Liniment for manor beast I ha o ever used. I recommeud It to all horse owners. Horses that I havo worked on are valuable, but without your Liniment would be worthless. I havo friends who used It for Hjirulnti and Iii'iiInch and cured them. They say It tho best they ever used. Yours truly, 12. U. 8. WELLS. nt J. Kekdam. Co.: Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 26, "SO. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Monto Tisto, Colo., Dec. 31, 1S89. J. Kbxdau. Co., Enosburgh Tolls, Vt.: Oents-- In tho year 1881 1 treated with Kendall's Spavin Curo a IlouoSpnvliiof seven years standing nearly as large as a hens egg and completely stopped tho lameness nnd removed tho enlarge, meat. Have worked tho horso very hard ever since, no nover has shown any lameness neither can I seo any difference lu tho slzo of the hook. Dn. B. Yours truly, F. B. COOLKY. Trice $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $8. All drttfjgUts have it or can yet it for you, or it will be tent to any address on receipt of price by the proprietors, Aug .My, 25 OP'S) 31 00 July n. B. m F. M. UALLORAN. JEFFERS, DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vermont ,f'.i!l, msi .!!!. f 'J, .. 2u4.a A ' OiAL J kfV ti i "iwt riSsWTiw Sfc ;1 ! bJ p M nili1 Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. T STARKS, Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. Summer Clearance 0iIO Offerings. 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, commencing JULY 1st, some 3,000 Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, all grades and at prices never before heard of in this section. ALL PERSONS desiring Clothing can not afford to miss this great sale, which continues the entire month of July, or until every suit is sold. OXjOTZHZXaSTGr. 250 pairs men's blue camlet pants, only 50c. 300 pairs men's jeans pants, only 60c., worth $t. 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, $3.00, 4.00, 5.00, 7.50, 10.00, 12.50, 15.00, worth almost double the money. xr52Tisz3:i3sra- - goo: lf DS. 8" i" THIS ALE FOR CASH ONLY. Must be sold this month. Children's waists, 25c, worth 40c. Men's working shirts, 20c, worth 35c. Sox, national colors, 50c. per dozen. A splendid double and twist sock, 50c. a box of one-hadozen. Suspenders, 15c, sold everywhere for 25c. solid linen collars, I2jc. solid cuffs, only 15c. 20 dozen men's gauze undershirts, only 19c , worth 35c. 22 dozen men's gauze undersirtJts, 25c, worth 40c. We have a great line of featherweight neglige shirts, 50c, 75c, $1.00, 1.25, 1.50, up to 2.00. Great values. Boston garters, 15c, worth 25c. 4-pl- y 4-p- ly 1 10,000 Straw and Felt Hats in this sale. CRUTCHER FRANKFORTI & -- STA RKS, -- A - AND- LOUISVILLE. Great Slaughter in Shoes. H jb?JJQ?ii4J THE WORLD'S FAIR. Entomological and Botan- r& at Mrs. Virgin Featherstone. She cer-tain- ical Specimens from Kentucky. an exhibit of the plants and insects of Kentucky for the World's Fair, and would be glad to receive contributions of specimens from collectors, teachers and others interested in these lines of natural history. Full credit will be given on labels for all material so contributed. Local collectors who have specimens which they are willing to loan for the Fair are requested to write me for further information. The more characteristic plants and insects of localities are especially desired. They may be sent to me fresh or after being prepared for the cabinet. All herbarium specimens of plants must be suitable for mounting on sheets of regulation size (111 x 161 inches). H. GARMAN, Care State College, Lexington, Ky. The undersigned has been authorized by the Commission to prepare lovely hills and valleys. Mrs. Sue Craig and granddaughter were visiting relatives here the first of the week. Mr. McLarie Allen and wife, of Salt Lake City, Utah, are here for the summer with his mother, Mrs. Fannie Allen. Mrs. Hughes was so unfortunate as to lose her fine Jersey cow the first of the week. Mrs. Julia Gallihue has left our fair village and gone to your lovely city among the hills to reside. The farmers all report splendid yields of wheat and as heavy and fine a hay crop as was ever cut. Oats also splendid. The Franklin Association will soon meet with the Buck Run people, and of course the women folks are studying the great question what will we give them all to eat? Never mind, let overy day provide for itself and they will never want. Then if we can't have fried chicken, we can cook some of the old residenters (not the preachers,the chickens) for them. Mr. Louis Lee was in Louisville last week disposing of some more of his tobacco. Miss Annie Greenup visited friends in Franklort last week. must be charmed with our "THE KING" SICKLE AND TOOL GRINDER FOR GRINDING WM. CROMWEU ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W TABLER'SDII MOWING M A C II I N ES KNIVES, SHOVEL PLOWS, HATCHETS, AXES, GRUBBING HOES, TOOLS, ETC. RJ2AI, JBSTATJS A.GJSNT Franklin and the adjoining eountle. ru alio Kirs special attention to the purchnw and sale of real estate, collection of nts claim and the negotiation of loans -1- C UOKEYEriLL PRACTICE IN THK COURTS 01 11 r 1nnvi ;.Dw?5?-o J v 'it CURES WOTONSBOT PILES, and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. "rtpirtd by ElCmRDSOS-TtYLOn ll-jore'- s Poultry Remedy. A SURE . Vjffs V MKD. CO., 8T.L0UIB. relflrffi jF wffiqggl 1 TS THE OLDEST POUTRY RT'.MEDY ON THE market. Posthely prevents and cures CHOLERA PRICE $5 00. MASTIN BROS. AND GAPES. Kentucky Midland Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND More then pays for Its use In the extra producThe best una only successful eer muile for the tion or purpose. For sale by FRANKFORT, FOR SALE. A -- I- 3H EJ- - G- - 3- w Onlr direct line between Get a trial box. A DISTILLERY, NOW in operation, for sale cheap. Only $4,000. rule bargain. Apply to M. T. MITCHELL. Jnn.23-tf- . Frankfort, Ky. SHALL SOUR-MASH Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Car m S. CHAPMAN & PRESCRIPTION AND SUNDRIES. - lisle, pille, Cjnthiana, Fal WILLIAMS, DRUGGISTS- mouth and Covington. A3K FOR TICKETS VIA KY. Newport News & H'saisaippi Valley Co, GOODS Sarah Jane. MIDLAND. You are Ignorant! You Don't Know Any- Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised drugKing's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition". If .you are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, ana win use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did wo not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could bo relied on. Itnevew disappoints. Trial bottles free at Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. Large size 50c. and $1.00. 2 gist, to sell Dr. thing Washington, Philadelphia, Now York, Baltimore, re and the Old Point Sea-Sho- Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET Finest April TWAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. Dally KxStin 5 UPpm i uupin 7 About the curative powers of the Electropoise, or you would lose no time in obtaining one. If you are sick or ailing (it matters nob with what complant) you should at least send us your address Electro-poisthat we may explain fully what the is and what it will do for you. If you are fortunate enough to be blessed with perfect health, you no doubt have some sick friend who you no doubt will favor by sending their address to e IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. 18'Jl. Limited Acciii. EAST BOUND Mall Express Dally Dally. iwuy, Ex Sun. Lexington . Lve. 71i5.ua 000pm 11404111 Winchester " 8 21dm G 45pm 1230pm a 54am 712pm l uopm Mt. Sterling " SODA WATER 9-- in Frankfort, TIME TABLE JUNE 20, 1892. I M p M i' M No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. 6.00 COG ti 11 ' Fast . TRAINS E AST. I 30pm 1210am Ashland. Cattlettsburg " 1228pm Huntington " 1260pm Washington " usapin Philadelphia" 1047am New York Arr. 1 20pm . " UAIL.T. 1007pm 840am 50am 1023 pm 1047pm 30am 210pm 550pm a 20pm DAILY JpiIg SSItv jpT iiPK WEST BOUND, Lv. Duvall Lv. Johnnon Lv. Georgetown Lv. G. S. Depot I v. Newtown Lv. Centrovtlle Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris Lv.SwItzer Lv.Htnmplng Ground . Lv. Frankfort Lv. Summit Lv. Elkhom .A. , 3.S0 3.80 3.41 6.18 G.32 . .B 6.39 6 44 . 6.C2 C I . 6.66 7.09 7.18 7.23 7.37 3.48 4 02 4.09 4.14 4 22 4.32 4.47 4.60 5.01 6.15 I 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.35 3.00 3.20 3.35 8.45 4.05 S1 Jt Dultois & Webb, Room 10, Norton Block, Corner Fourth ami Jefferson, Louisville, Ky. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. line stove, which has been used but little and nearly as good as new, is offered for sale at a bargain. Apply 41-t- f. I Forks Elkliorn. For Sale A New Process gaso- I Delightful weather for July. at this office. Qus Leo has been to Hatton. Mattie Triplett has gone to Lexington to visit relatives. Mrs. Fannie Estess is homo after a When Baby wai sick, we gave her C torU. week's visit near Stamping Ground When she was a Child, she cried for CastorU. with relatives and friends. When she became Miss, she clung to Ctoria, Mr. Frank Lee and wife, of Shelbv, When she bad Children, she gare them Castoria, are here visiting relatives and friends. Mies Webb, of Cincinnati, is hero for the summer; she has taken board 045rill Himtlmnon Lve, GOOam 1 35p!U 7 14pm Cattlettsburg " 625,im i pm 203pm 7 27i)in 037am Ashland Ex Sun. Mt.SterllngLve. 1027am 508pm 120pm 625am 45pm 155nm 715am Winchester . " 11 15am Lexington . Arr. 1205pm 620pm 2 45pm 8 05mn 6Opm 950pm 7 40pm 111 50am Louisville Arr. T.THITRn VHTiniTLKnTKAiNS rim dallvln connection with Cnesapuake & Ohio 'F. F. v.", w wow norK. CHAINS runs dally and VAST MAIL mako local stops between Lexington and Hunt Ington. HUNTINGTON! MOREHEAD :accommoda tions run dally. ..." .") M;ilNi1H VHp9pIf (rl3Ji-vW'lklMv - No. 2. No. 4 TRAINS yE8T. Lv. Paris 5.50 C. 8.00 G.02 8.12 Ar. Elizabeth . . . . 8.10 6.00 Ar. Contervllle. 8.24 0 14 Ar. Newtown 6.32 Ar. O S. Depot . . . . 8.36 G.37 Ar. Georgetown . . B . 8.41 . . . , . 8.49 6.45 Ar. Johnson. R64 6.51 Ar. Duvall 6.58 Ar. Stamping Ground . 0.01 0.13 7.10 Ar. Swltzer 9.19 7.16 Ar. Elkhom 7.22 9.25 Ar. Summit 7.30 Ar. Frankfort . . . A . 9.S3 A connects with L. & N. B connects with Q. & C. and O connects with K. O. No. a iNo.ia 4.35 6.01 5.10 5.25 6.62 7.05 7.15 7.35 7.65 5.45 8.10 a20 8.30 LEXINGTON &MOREHEAD& LEXINGTON MT. STERLING accommodations run dally SLEEPING OAttd to and train asnlngton and New York without change. G W. Bahhky, O. L. Broww, G. A.. Lexington, Ky. Gen. Pass. Agent, THROUGH L.S. -3 W.S. Haiibison, G.A., Ashland. Ky. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north, sonth and west. For further information apply to their agents, E. B. WEITZEL, C. D. BEROAW, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Act. GEO, B. HARPER, Gen. Supt.