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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892072301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Tee Framfobt Kommbout. ? f.v GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. A "WEEKLY PAP ERr-- DE VOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: 1.00 In Advanoe. Volume XV. State Simclay-Hclio- ol FRANKFORT, Con- - KY., JULY 23, 189. Number 46 veutlon. ?i l':V 'i. mf & ConvenThe annual Sunday-schoo- l tion will convene at Princeton on August 23 and 25, 1892. This will bo a very large and important meeting. Normal work will be a special feature. The manner of conducting review exercises will be presented in a new light. This department, in institute work and before the convention, has hitherto been very much neglected. Mrs. Crafts, of Pennsylvania, will present the conduct of the primary department and will exemplify many new, important and nttractive features. Mr B. P. Jacobs, chairman of the International Executive Committee, will be present at this meeting and will make two addresses. Mr. J. E. Pepper, of Memphis, will address the convention on "A Busy Man's Sunday-schoo- l Opportunity for Work." The excursion rates prevail on all roads: From Covington, $5 round trip; from Louisville, $4 round trip. The Maysville section of train will pass through Frankfort at 8:01 A. M., August 23, round trip $5. Certificates, entitling delegates to excursion rates, can be secured by application to Dr. U. V. Williams, County President, or of Mr. S. 0. Bull at McClure's store. Each Sunday-schois entitled to one delegate for each 50 or fraction over of pupils in school. Each school is entitled to one delegate, even though its entire membership does not reach fifty. There are Sunday-schoolthirty-on- e in Franklin county, with 242 officers and teachers, and 2,037 pupils. All regularly appointed delegates will be provided with a home and entertainment freeatPrinceton. Delegates will be provided with certificates as above stated. As soon as they are appointed they should secure certificates, enroll their names, that the chairman of entertainment at Princeton, Dr. J. A. Akin, may assign them. A postal directed to him, with your name on it, will secure you a Lome. Those expecting to go, please jcut this out and put in your nat, as it contains just about all that is known of the convention up to this time. ol Pay the Price of the Royal for Royal only. Royal Baking Powder is shown by actual chemical tests absolutely pure and 27 per cent, greater in strength than any other brand. Many grocery stores have recently been brands of baking stocked with second-clapowder, which are urged upon consumers at the first-claprice of the high-cos- t, Royal. These powders cost from 8 to 30 cents a pound less than the Royal, besides being of 27 per cent, less strength. If they are forced upon you, see that you are charged a correspondingly lower price for them. ss ss C. F. BROWER & CO. 3 S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Mid-Summ- er Bargains. To make room for Fall pur- mAttlt 9S2XEo2aSM? chases, we will offer during July and August, Special inducements in CARPETS. RUGS, MAT- TINGS, FURNITURE. WALL PAPERS and DRAPERIES. s have noticed not a single piece of Advertised Letters at As the assortment in each department is complete with new personal abuse in any of the public Frankfort, Ky. and desirable goods, this is a rare opportunity Is it because the standard earers are above and beyond such Below will be found a list of advertised to secure great bargains. stuff, or is it because the people demand that politics shall be run on a letters for the week ending July 23d, higher plane? It is to be hoped that it 1892: is both, that this is to be a battle of Alexander, Wil- - Long, Mrs. Oartha- the giants for principle and principle 11am rine alone. Brown, Miss Cora Lanter, Miss Saddie Mr. Qus. Qaines, of Florida, is very Bloomer, Fred O. ill at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Brannon, Miss McCracken, 0 H. Mamie McCone, Joe Sam. Fogg. Wood Mantels, Folding Beds, Baby Carriages, Brurer, William McGrader, Tom Later Mr. Qaines died. Cook, Mrs. S. J. Malcom, Miss Vir- Correct Prices.. Wheat crops are good and corn and Duvall, E. B. gie tobacco never looked better at this Duvall, Jake Nichols, Geo. W. - SPECIALTIES. at U. V. Williams. Pres. County Sunday-schoUnion. ol Ointment, applying it freely and thoroughly to the chest, keeping the lungs covered with hot flannels. She soon began to improve and in twelve hours the crisis was passed and she was out of 'danger and is alive and well Your great remedy Bav-c- d her life. John S. Edwakds. Sworn and subscribed before me, Wm. H. H. Tayloii, Notary Public. For sale at Carpenter's South Side 2 Drug Store. to-da- y. Of Adams, N. Y., makes the following .sworn statement: Kenyon & Thomas: This is to certify what I know your wonderful medicine, Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, will do in cases Last winter my of pneumonia. 75 years of age, was mother, who is .sick unto death with pneumonia. Both lungs were badly involved. The attending physician said she must die. As a last resort we commenced using your Dr. Hale's Household John S. Edwards, .i Sudduth, Lee (2) Miss Lulio Gibson is quite sick at Foree, Pryor J. l'lynn, Mrs. Harye Suddutn, T; H. the residence of Dr.B. W.Thompson, Graham.Miss Bell Stevenson, W. H. at Midway. Gilpin, Eddie Miss Thornton, With due deference to other gen- Hutohason, A. 0. Julia tlemen Becking the position, we take Harrington, Miss Woodson, George pleasure in commending to our fellow Edna Williams, Spencer citizens, Judge Ira Julian for Judge Hunt, Walter of this dristrict. Judge Julian's legal When calling for these letters say adability is beyond question, and as for vertised, his personal qualities we feel compeJ. M. SAFFELIi, tent to speak, having known him Postmaster. from school boy days. So here's for Julian first, last and all the time. i season. Donaldson, R. 11. Phelps, Mrs.Emma C. F. BROWER CO. Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. Bulldofus. How's Tills! "When Your L,iver Is torpid and sluggish, you cannot do business successfully. Everything goes wrong. You don't feel well. Get your liver in good working order by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea, the great blood purifier and nerve tonic. It has no equal as a health restorer. For sale at Carpenter's 2 South Sido Drug Store. To Mammoutli Cave. A special excursion I i To Niagara Falls. The Queen & Crescent Route and Louisville Southern R. R. will sell tickets to Niagara Falls and return for trains arriving in Cincinnati at 1:30 P. M., July 28th, over the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton R. R., via Toledo and the Michigan Central R. R. There will be ample sleeping cars and coaches to accommodate all who wish to take advantage of the very low rates. For further information call on ticket agent or write D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. If You are Going: To Old Point Comfort, Tuesday, July 20 via tho O. & O. Railway, please aend in your names for what sleeping car Bpaco you want and not wait until the last minute. Remember that the round trip rate is only 13.00 and you may stop ou at pleasure on return trip. Tickets good until August 14th, included. Address G. W.arnoy, Qen'l. Agent or Ohas. L. Brown, G. P. A., Lexington, Ky. Cave and return via L. & N. R. R., August 9th. Will leave Frankfort, Ky., at 9:25 a. m. Returning, leave Mammoth Cave August 11th at 8:15 a. m. druggists. Fare for round trip $8. For further particulars apply to For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom W. W. Alexander, land, situated about two miles west Agent. ofFrankfort, on L. &N. Railroad, adjoining W. L. Collins. Will sell tho whole or Excursion to Chicago, particulars in lots at a bargain. For call on J. A. Goins, Agents of the Queen & Orescent Millville, Ky. Route at Somerset and intermediate stations to Williamstown, also agents """"TV"' of tho Louisville Southern Railroad, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Shelbyville and east, have been in- . structea to sell tickets to Chicago and return at greatly reduced rates for trains arriving in Cincinnati on July 23d. Tickets good for return until July 27th. For further information call ou ticket agents or address O. H. Woodwell, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky., J. S. Leith, T. P. A., Junction City or D. G. Edwards, G. P. A.,j (Jinoinnati, u. i to Mammoth We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Oheney&Co., Props., Toledo, O. Wo, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by the firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole- sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 7oc. per bottle. Sold by all & c ulTH itf w The mercury's going up and our prices are coming down Call and see how we will treat, vou and sell you Builders' Hardware, Garden Tools, Ice Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers and - 3HC 3Efc R R aLs &9 . Are the best and cheapest, and are only found at M. P. GRAY Hardware Merchant. LEXINGTON, KY., Kentucky Training School. Mt. Sterling, Ky. A practical, homelike, Military school with colleq. late course. Number limited: rooms lull Apply early. Major C. W. FOWLER, Superintendent July Is Marriage a Failure. Dr. fti Hale's Household Cougli Cure bronchitis, the first stages of consumption, allays all soreness of the lungs and ohest, and gives perfect satisfaction. It is the greatest medicine! of the ago to strengthen the lung tissue. 25 and 50o. per bottle, at Carpenter's South Side Drug store. 2 Is a purely vegatable remedy prepared from rare medicinal plants, a perfect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness, loss of voice, whooping cough, Have you been trying to get tho best out of existence without health in your family? Have you boon Hug. 30, 31, Sept. 1, 2, 3 woaring out you life from the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and Indigestion? Are you sleepless at Competition Open to tho World, Free! night? Do you awako in the morning feeling languid, with coated tongue The Most Attractive Program Ever Offered and sallow, haggard looks? Don't do it. A shout in the camp tolls how RINGING A BELLE. Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer has TWO RACES EACH DAY! HAVE BEEN RUNG cured others; it will ouro you. Trial BELLES Into fashion anil out ot8INCE HIN0S fashion rings) paokago free. Largo size '50c. at will never go until tropical trees grow at the LAOICS AND CHILORCN ADMITTKD Chapman & Williams. FRCC THE FIRST DAY. North Pole. Rings are as old as nursery rhymes rikbCii i iwl l w r: FAIR j- J M. BEATTY, Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agt., IIEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, Jackson, Powell, Clay and other counties. Estill, t. Sept. HTfl. MATTEEH, the-- 40 WK', Ki-iJ- We haYO somo first olass second hand buggies and phaotons for sale. Weather very cool. Call and see them if you want a barMastht Bnos. What has come over tho country? gain. 30-tTho campaign has opened, and we f. Duckers. and now as the latest news. We have some of the handsomest specimens that ever gave an added Bpoolal Trains on All Railroads charm to a ladj'a linger. We make a specialty of at Exouraion Fiatoa. rings, but npt of rings alone, for jou have never seen and are never likely to see anvthlng handTor furtitr informitloa and uUlogna, iddrtu lit StcnUir, somer than my display of Jewelry of all conceivable varieties. You will be especially pleased GEO. H. WHITNEY, President. with what we have to Bliow In plain gold, seal THOS. L. MARTIN, Sooretary. and the finest diamond setting. July 16. W.L. COPPERSMITH. CPPPf n trail er J 334 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT. KY. ! .. ii s&kLMtiMw. ,. wMttJ wmm iWfQFswrT$ m liy '.J7 ;.; t. IMCilTDixirxi '7Vctgroxi.js- jjt; ,r 'T!'f Trov Sx3LDrx"os- wfd - SELLING OUT AT COS T. TMLwdk,T2lnL 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 oods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. On C ' E. COLLINS & BRO, , ppsite the Farmers Bank- - h ' went to attend the funeral of his Vivian has been making his home uncle. in Birmingham, Ala., for more than a year, where he held a position as Fox, of Big Stone Gap, is Mr. John Mr. Will E. Ryan, of Louisville, visiting in this city. was in the city Thursday and yester prescription druggist in a large retail drug store. Before' leaving BirMiss Janie Deboney is visiting rel day. mingham he resigned his position, atives in Georgetown. Miss Gertrude South has returned and on the first of September will go Miss Dessie Wingate is visiting rel- from a visit to friends in Flemings-burto Chicago to take a position with a atives in Georgetown. FOR YOU, ARE IN drug firm in that city. Midway ClipMiss Pattie Williams has returned per. Mr. J. Wit. Shipman left Thursday from a trip to Old Point, Richmond for a visit to Covington. Born. Miss Maggie Gorman, of Louisville, and other points in Virginia. city. Mr. George Hunt returned Wedis visiting friends in this In Louisville, July 17, to the wife of Dr. Wm. L. Rodman, of Louisville, nesday morning from a visit to his Robt. Netherton, a son. parents at Greenville, Mississippi. is in the city visiting relatives. TO GOOD Miss Fannie Hampton, of Winches- Drowned Wliilc Bathing. Mr. Ed. L. Meagher, of Mt. Sterlter, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ohas. ing, spent? Tuesday in this city. OUR STORE, AND . Harvey Truel, a little white boy F. Exum, corner of Second and Main Mr. Paul Drane, of New York Oity, about twelve years of age, was Btreets. FOR YOTJ AND EVERYBODY. is in the city visiting his parents. Messrs. Ohas. Webber and Tom drowned yesterday while bathing Mr. Paul Drane, of New York Oity, Tingley, of Louisville, were in the in the river near the O. F. 0. Disis visiting his parents in this city. city Tuesday and attended the Y. M. tillery. Miss M. Taylor, of Nicholasville, is I. picnic. Prof. L,ouit Landman, the guest of Miss Allene "Woodson. Mrs. B. A. Warren, of Louisville, Misses Sallie Ohinn and Maggie two sons and little daughter, are visis at the Kenyon Of Cincinnati, OUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM May Thomason, are in Georgetown. iting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Beard, on I Hotel, and those wishing to consult hundieds take from it, yet it never Miss Annie Tobin has returned Olinton street. this celebrated optician with regard a visit to her sister in Lebanon. diminishes. from This, of course, is because Mr. Herbert Gayle, of St. Paul, to defective vision should call on Miss Pearl Johnson has returned Minnesota, is visiting his parents him at once. Test of vision free. spring of supply there is a never-dyin- g from a visit to relatives in Louisville. near this city, after an absence of stream. that feeds the Begin Work Next Week. Mrs. "Wm. Lindsay returned Satur- five or six years. day from a short stay in Lexington. Miss Neva Williams, of Harrods-burMies Julia Blakemore will comSLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE Miss Beatrice Ready, of Louisville, who has been visiting her mence the erection of a handsome Mrs. Geo. Salen-de- cousin, Miss Lizzie Hudson, returned is with her sister, They become So do sluggish stocks residence upon the lot on Second home Thursday morning. decayed. They are not fit for commerstreet she recently purchased from Mr. Tom Nugent and children, of Miss Annie Porter, of Paris, Tennes- Mrs. Emily Thomas next week. Mr. cial use any more than decayed meat. Lexington, are visiting Mrs. M. Kier-na- see, will be the guest of Misses Fan- Jeff. Minor has the contract, which Finally, they are known as "dead." nie and Bessie Lewis, atuBelair," is a guarantee that tho work will be Rev. Wm. L. McEwan, of Wilming- this county, next week. well executed. ... ton, Del., is visiting hte mother in Mr. William French and grandCONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER Life. this city. daughter, Miss Flossie French, left IN THE BEST CONDITION and a Mr. James A. Hodges, of Louisville, Thursday afternoon for Springfield, constant flow of trade keeps a stock in The trial of Dr. J. L. Massie for the spent Saturday in this city visiting Illinois, to visit relatives. killing of Jesse Honaker, which has best condition. We have no dead stock, relatives. Mrs. R. A. Hancock, of Lexington, been in progress in Owenton the past because our stock never stands still. Mrs. Austin Lynch, of Lexington, and Misses Mattie and Hattie Morris, week, was concluded on Thursday. is always flowing out and flowing in. is visiting her mother, Mrs. Short, in of Sulphur, are the guests of the The jury, after being out 30 minutes, Misses Morris, at 403 Ann street. this city. returned a verdict of guilty and fixed Harry Bush, of LouiBville, .was Mrs. J. P. West, who has been vis- his punishment at confinement in Mr. DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVANwith Mr. R. P. Pepper, jr., the first of iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duke, the Penitentiary for life. TAGE of buying always from a clean, in South Frankfort, left for her home the week. fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, in Huntington West Va. , Monday. Miss Sallie Johnson, of Louisville, EYES. Heffnor, on Col. Joe Bailey and wife and Mr. you can have that advantage by trading is visiting Mrs. James Joe Berry, of Versailles, are visiting Broadway. with. Mrs. Mat. Benckhart, of Lexington, Mr. Jas. M. Saffell and wife, corner is the guest of her mother on Upper of Washington and Wapping streets . Messrs. Will Hastings and Leon Main street. Mr. W. J. Ohinn, who has been Rothschild, two of Shelbyvillo's biquite ill for several weeks, is slow- cyclists, passed through the city Sunday on their wheels en route to Lexly improving. Mrs. S. 0. Sayres is visiting her ington. Mrs. Mary T. Page, of Louisville, daughter, Mrs. W. H. Grider, in who has been visiting Mrs. J. N. Ky. was called home yesterday Prof. Louis Landman, a ScienMiss Sallie Johnson, of Louisville, Crutcher, morning by the illness of her sister, tific and Practical Optician, of is visiting Mrs. James Heflner on Miss Lizzie B. Hodges. Cincinnati, Ohio, arrived in this West, Broadway. Misses Mollie Higgins and Agnes city Wednesday morning, and is Miss Sheffer Stephens is visiting Thomas her brother, Mr. A. K. Stephens, in Carr, of Paris, and Messrs. Louis stopping at the Findell and James Barry, of Springdale, Ohio. ville, spent Tuesday in this city the Mr. Jack Gorman, of Louisville, is guests or Miss Mary Haley. Where he would be pleased to visiting his brother, Mr. Wm. Gorhave all who want their glasses Miss Annie South, of Frankfort, is man, in this city. scientifically fitted call on him, visiting at Mr. William Simpson . . with the highest of Mr. Geo. Wilder, wife and sister-in-laESO?.BXjISE3:E3D 1B91. Misses Grant and Payne, of Frank-fort- , He comes Miss Mattio Long, are at French recomendations, from the people of guests of Mrs. Jacob W. are the Lick Springs, Ind. Cincinnati, Maysville, Richmond, Patterson. Jessamine Journal. Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, Paris and other cities. His work MisB Ella Posey, of Lawrenceburg, Mr. Marion Mills, of Ohatanooga, is visiting her brother, Mr. W. H. and Mr. Geo. D. Porter, of Nash- is done in a scientific manner and fit glasses perPosey, in this city. who have been he guarantees to ville, Tennessee, Mr. Goo. Berry and wife have re- visiting Messrs. W. J. and W. H. fectly. Those afflicted with inferior turned from a two weeks' visit to Lewis, at "Belair," this coun- eyesight will do well to call on lilliott, Thos. B. Ford. President: 1. U. Lruion, Principal, ii. him at the earliest moment, and French Lick Springs. ty, returned homo Saturday. Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. let him fit them out with a perfect Messrs. Lewis Mangan and George Mr. F. D. Bull and Miss Laura W. Wilder left Monday for French French, of Frankfort, spent Sunday pair of glasses. For references in Business Correspondence, refers our people to Shorthand, city, Lick Springs, Indiana. at Mr. J. W. Harper's. . . . Miss this E. E.he Hume, Dr. U. V. Business writing, Book-keopin- g, Dr. Commoroial Law, Typewriting, Mr. Willoughby Rodman, of Los Flossie Fronoh, of Frankfort, returnWilliams, Dr. Thompson, Dr. S. Arithmetic, Spelling, eto. Grammar, Angeles, California, is visiting his ed homo Monday after a visit of Rodman. days at Mr. J. W. Harper's. E. James and Jno. W. Rodman. sovoral father, Mr. Thos. Examination and test ol vision Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged, Tho advanced Btudent Mr. Ohas. Proehl returned Tuesday . . . Mr. Y T. Lewis is spending a free. 'we have the best home school ot business la the State of Kentucky, from Brooksville, Indiana, whore, he few days with friends in Midway. ' GOOD THINGS STORE ARE IN THINGS WE REFER THEY ARE THERE g. THE ' ,s -. .m : . . Ttja X UTi f. g, r. n. For It - j rSK ' PRESERVE'S" R. K. McCLURE. Rus-sellvill- e, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. College. KENYON HOTEL Capital City Business Jtfi i "f'sl "iS K.' 'A . J-- i. 1 -- ' h, .' ttU'ta" , I ... s emma .J'JOJfcUW.i.. B3EB3BftWBBBB5awK!wHBHRBCnR mvi$$$ BBII w.r' r 1' ,!A9 v-- j PRIG HATS! SPRING NECKWEAR! g"DXiinSr "Wooelns. l.lmported Domestic a-n-d. G-oo- d kV EW i.- '.: .( y m m- Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. to have you look at them. Would be pleased . jM W ,a Vi iff HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! IT PiLfientucky mm and H arness Works WAS DEAD EASY. THE LEXINGTONS CAME DOWN TO SHOW US HOW TO PLAY .And Found it a Mighty ' tec m Easy Job. TOO EASY BY HALF. ' . r-." Vr K On Thursday that long looked-fo- r ireturn game with the LexingtonB You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 was played at Lake Park and resultless than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. ed, as we predicted, in a victory for bel's scratch hit back of third. Tho the home boys. And what a dead tabulated score follows: easy job it was, too! The SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. AM took the load in the first inning FnAHKFORT. It IB 811 PO A E 1 0 5 Newman, cf n 2 0 0 .and never relinquished it from start Al. McFarland, 2d. . . 3 2 1 0 3 1 J 1 0 c :fini8h and came near giving the vis- Davis,McFarland, p. . . 3 1 0 0 11 0 1 4 A. D. 0 0 2 0 Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse.0 1 0 4 0 0 0 Merchant, rf itors a coat of whitewash. 1 4 2 Tupper, If 0 1 0 0 As Merchant and Stagg were both Lindsey, W.. 3b . . . . 3 2.1 0 0 1 2 4 worn out by their hard work on the Wlntersmlth.lbss 00 0 0 131 0 10 5 0 1 Lindsey, 11., 4 to-ctz- k xilstt'-ej- : bug-g-i- t .recent trip, the management engaged f March 34 5 0 0 27 9 9 Totals tho services of A. D. McParland, of Lkxinoton. tit n In sn ro a k the back gate, with instructions to guy Louisville, to pitch,while his brother, Fagan, c 1 1 4 0 1 9 2 " .Al. MoFarland, covered second, Tup-pe- r Stein, ss 1 5 100 3122 11 and crowd up on the players," were WELL BRED, SOON W ED." GIRLS WHO USE lielman, 5 0 0 going to left field. The nine, as Selbel, p 5 0 2 0 2 2 0 conspicuous for their absence. These 1 0 0 5 2 0 0 :thon made up, was a corker, and Conover, Sb namsey. rf 3. 0 0 0 0 0 1 facts seem to have escaped its attencould win the championship of the Crow, lb '. 2 0 0 0 t! 0 1 tion. Douglass, If 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 State, hands down. Phillips cf. 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 The result of Thursday's game Thehome boys made their scores as C Totals 2 35 0 21 8 6 proves conclusively that in a fair follows: In the first, after Newman contest, and when their pitchers are Innings 12 345C78 -T had gone out, Al. MoFarland hit the Lexington 00002000ft 29 not overworked the Frankforts are :first ball Soibel pitched him for a Frankfort 11130003 easily the amateur champions of the Earned Runs homo run, it landing in the pond. In Home Run Al.Frankfort. 3. State. The Nicholasville game on McFnrlane.. the second Tupper made a hit, took Three Base lilts W. Lindsey. Stolen Bases Al. McFarland, 2; Fagan, Stein, Saturday was a clean gift from the Lind-floy'- s second on Reiman's error of W. ITeact House-Cleanin- g Selbel, 2. the score standing ton to Double n. grounder, and came home on Base onPlays Al. McFarland to 4; Lindsey. 2; umpire favor of Nicholasville. Balls-Mcfarland, oil Selbel, nine in July Wintersmith's beauty to center, al- oil Conover, 1. Hit by Pltcher-- By McFarland, 2. though "Wick was caught at third. Struck Out By McFarland, 12; by Selbel. 2; by Excursion Rates. In the third Al. MoFarland took first Conover. 4. Passed Balls Davis, 2; Fagan, 3. on balls, stole second and third in Time of Game i hours and 30 minutes. The Kentucky Midland Railway Umpire succession and came home on Davis' fort, Slade, Franklin and Richardson, for Frank- making one faro round trip to Ken-is for Lexington. hit. The fourth was Soibol's Watertucky Fairs. July 28, Niagara Falls and return at $7.72. juiy o3i Chicago loo, and he was knocked clean out of DIXIE'S FA.V0QITE FOJ THE WOODS OF THE SOUTH IT HAS NO EQUAL and return at 8.00. July 1G, 17 and NOTES OP THE GAME. tho box, being relieved by Oonover Th patent by which this Saw Is nrntfV'tpjl rnn. , . .. rn 18, St. Louis and return at 7.00. i it. in the next inning. After two men Shorley Wintorsmith played a beaucutting teeth through tho center from point to base, thus removing all friction O. D. Beroaw, whllo in use, giving strength and stiffness to the teeth and increasing three-folwere out, W. Lindsey got his base ou tiful game at short and led tho side G. P. A. y tho of the "sot." WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD to produce balls. Wintorsmith, for tho second at the bat, securing three clean Sw iuu aiuus Jt.iB.ft' JUjVjvjliu DEXTER. L,atvreiiceburg Fair. time, pasted a beauty to center, and drives. both scored on Henry Lindsey's hit Al. McFarland played a fino game Tho 19th annual exhibition of the to tho same territory, which Phillips at second, covering half the outfield Anderson, Franklin and Salvisa allowed to pass him, the error also as well as a large slice of the infield. giving Henry two extra bases. Ho His error was a muff of a fly which Agricultural and Mechanical AssorRICE:Sl,V0,pSL0.,I!,.?.,,Ill,nff Handles, $1.00 per Toot. special Steel, Without Handles. .75 per foot. scored a moment later on Newman's ho attempted to catch with one hand ciation will be held at Lawrencoburg to 12th four days. The August 0th to right, Tommy reaching second out in center field hit BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. and was a very ex- attractions and premium list will bo on Ramsey's error in allowing it to cusable one. V10 Lnrg0 demand for tho Atkins Concave Tooth Dmcteii Saw has led comnctitors to mako Inferior Saws which they claim "as good as the Dexter." These better and larger than ever given. pass him. He was left, Al. MoFarJtatlon lower grado of steel, inferior workmanship, and without the patent ebneavo tooth? made ham That double play by Al. McFarland land striking out. Oonover was very ko tho dealer will Obituary effective for three innings, but in the and Henry Lindsey was a boauty. Alight he was also found for three though Douglas was not ton feet Robt. D. McKee, died at his residence, the old Mlanapolis, hd! Memphis, Tenn. runs. A. D. MoFarland took first on from tho base when McFarland "McKee" homestead, live miles south of Frank- L. U. ATKINS QL Cf) Minneapolis. Minn. Chattanooga, Tin of July 14th, 1892, the Crow's error of Stein's assist, al- caught Phillips' fly, tho throw was fort, on the morning of his nee. He wasIn born year too quick for him. Mch. e. 0. w. on the 19th day of October, 1815, at the place he though ho was so badly shaken up by died. His education was received In the running into tho baseman that Davis schools of Franklin county, supplemented The Lexingtons are the greatest lot by college Karly took his place and ran for him. He of kickers ever seen here, unless it In life he whscourse at Lungollen college. .. Johnan olllcer umier Gen. Jos. son In the "Western river und Harbor Improvetook third on two passed balls. Mer- be the Deppons. They had no ground ment," which position he resigned to take of the chant struck out, but on Stein's er- for complaint when they demanded charge place heMissouri penitentiary as wa den, lilled with credit for u term of which ror Davis scorod and Tupper reached Franklin's removal. six years. Afterwards he returned to Kentucky and Immediately becamo Identified with the educafirst. Wick Lindsey then hit tho A. D. McFarland had the visitors at tional Interests of the Stuto, und was at ono time ball on the trademark and when it his mercy. When men were on bases some or another connected as a teacher with of the best educational Institutions of again reached the diamond he was on they knocked pop-u- p the State. farming flies or struck engaged He finally beganfor many und had been years at the in that business third and another score had counted. out. time of his death. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. He had been twice married, his flrst wife was Another passed ball allowed him to Miss Mary Holton, of Frankfort, by whom he had McFarland, the pitohor, should join score, although the run counted as three children, all of whom preceded blm to the a traveling acrobatio troupe in the grnvo. Ills second wife was Miss Serenu Dennis, fits SiiFTnrvr. i-i? ftp tjts ftps 'pftt? AJAJJJ.rj.JJJ 11 AkJ m? xn earnod.Wintersmith getting his third ".-ujxjljju umiixuixukJ XUJJ nun. jucean county, winter. Ho would make his fortune 01 Ho was probably wuo survives representative of the oldest hit to center a moment later. The as education for boys and young men who desire to enter the McKee family In Kentucky at the time of his the prize contortionist. Lexingtons failed to score in tho death, and wa u "son of the Revolution" on sides Our esteemed cotomporary, tho bothfuther'sof the house. His grand father on ninth and our boys had an inning to his side. Robt. McKee, of Wooiford Loxington Transoript, is respoctfully county, Ky., as well as his mothor's father, Col. isparo. Anthony Crockett, of Franklin county, having Tho Lexington's two runs 'were informed that a gamo of baso ball served throughout the entire period of the family emigrated to revolution. made in the fifth. Fagan took first was played in this city on Thursday, country fromThe McKee of Ireland und settledthis The Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBER, the 15th the north lu Pennsylvania balls, and seoond on W. Lindsey's in whioh tho "unbeaten Lexingtons" John McKee, and tho valley of Virginia In 1738. 1892. For Catalogues, address on the Immediate progenitor of the Kontucky orrorof Stein's hit, whioh allowed participated though wo are free to defeat, andfamily,hishaving served atLogun, slain Braddock's had first wife, Jane tho latter to reaoh first. Thoy say thoy woro "not in it" to any con- by the Indians. From these McKeees of Pennund Virginia the numerous thon made a combined steal of third siderable extent; and also that "tho sylvania of that name are sprung In almost every now living families Frankfort, Kentucky. And second and both scored on Sei- - crowd of hoodlums, who were let in at State und Territory In the Union. 16-l- A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Kccentor Hereditary. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. $1.00 a box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to refund the $5.00 paid if not cured. Guarantee issued by J. W. GAYLK andLKCOMPTBJs GAYLK CO.. Drug-gist- s and Sole Agents, Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. gr CURE BUGGIES, Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy HARNESS A25TD PAEM IMPLEMENTS "clod-mash-er- s" , e. - t ttrvtt j. 26-t- U .... 9- SAPOLIO Are Quickly Married Try it In Tour jt2 Off J8 n Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter, .1nn-..d dura-blllt- US&SSt n"- bU., seventy-sevent- h nelgh-hoo- d -- 11 FfiflNTlLEIiCHY T ' J-i- : t Colleges and Universities. ..; Andrew Fuller Case. a M,ti'uiM&il St - ' A j'.iihViCJi.-- . ' hM ill 'LmiKdiia'iil-;v: XIS1 'H k ft 4 kij " '"l"1 :' "'i' a sritAJNKFORT ROUNDABOUT. at trd as tho gecond-claa- mailable mattor. at Krunkfort, Kentucky L?). A. LU WIS.. Editor and Publisher. FRANKFORT, JULY 23, I8!)li. A New SJeparture. In addition to our facilities for executing every variety of plain and fancy letter press job work, we are now prepared to furnish all kinds of fine lithographic worn, such as letter heads, bill heads, note heads, cards, envelopes, checks, certificates of stock, &c. The work will be gotten up in the latest style and on short notice. If you arc in need of any thing in that line call and examine our samples before ordering. TERRIFIC EXPLO- SION. Two Men Killed and a House Badly Damaged. Some years ago the State sold to Mr. Charles Joseph, a junk dealer in Louisville, a lot of shells and other artillery ammunition which had accumulated in the magazine on Arsenal Hill during the war and become useless by reason of the great improvement made during recent years in cannon. Joseph had been notified several times by the different admin istrations to remove the same but had failed to do so. As the space occupied by the boxes containing the shells was needed for the storage of a large lot of metalic cartridges for needle guns, Gov. Brown had the junk dealer notified several weeks ago that the stuifmust be removed from the magazine at once. As Joseph could not find safe storage for his dangerous purchuse elsewhere, he came to this city and made a contractto save himself harmless from all accidents with Messrs. James Foree and Henry L. Sanders, jr., who resided about two miles from this city, on the Louisville pike, to take the shells to the country, uncap them and remove the powder. Two weeks ago they hauled the stuff to the home of Foree, who lived with his father on the farm of Mr. John Branch, and began work. They had removed some twenty-si- x hundred pounds of powder, had delivered a thousand pounds to Joseph, and expected to deliver the balance Tuesday. They had pitched a tent about a hundred yards back of the house, where they worked in the day time, and the powder was stowed in a stable about forty yards away, when taken from the shells. About 11 o'clock Monday morning they were at work in the tent, when persons at work in fields near by heard a loud explosion and running to where the men were, Sanders was found dead. Foree was nearly so and the tent had taken fire and fallen upon them. Those who went to their assistance only stopped long enough to drag the bodies out from was holding a shell while the other was unscrewing the cap when the explosion occuvred, caused probably by the friction. James Force was a son of John Foree and romoved with his father from Shelby county to this city several years ago. He was for a time employed at tho Arsenal, and was generally one of the squad selected to fire saloots from tho hills near tho city on national holidays. Henry L. Sanders. Jr., who was better known as "Juno" Sanders, was a son of Henry L. Sanders, a farmer residing upon an adjoining farm to the one occupied by the Forees. Both young men wore unmarried. When they undertook the contract Assistant Adjutant General Frank Richardson warned Foree of the danger and tried to persuade him to have nothing to do with it, but he said he was not afraid of any accident happening, as he would bo careful. The funeral of both .young men took place Tuesday the remains of Foree being taken to his old home near Bagdad for interment, while those of Sanders were laid to rest in the Cemetery. FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE HEART Causes the Death of Sam Calmes. ITIr. A rumor came to this city Monday afternoon that Mr. Sam. Calmes, a farmer living about three miles from this city, on tho Devil's Hollow pike, had been killed by his brother Bon, and a warrant was sworn out for tho arrest of the latter, placed in the hands of Deputy Sheriff Kirtloy, who, together with Constable Peters, went out and brought him to town, but he was released as soon as tho result of the coroner's iuvestigation was made for Infants and Children. Caatorias cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, circa sleep, and promoted di ration, Without injurious medication. For aereral years I have recommended your ' Castorla, and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Paiides, M. D., "Tho Wfnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Compawt, 77 MunRAr "CastorlKls so wcU Adapted to children Uwt I recommend it as superior to ny prescription known to me." n. A. Ancnxii, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. "The use of Castorla' Is no universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent famlllos who do not keep Castorla within cast reach." Caiilos MinTTif, D.D., New York City. Lato Pastor Bloomincdalo Bolormod Church. Tme A Probable Mr. Candidate. John B. James, formerly of this city and a brother of Dr. S. E. James, is mentioned as a probable candidate for Commonwealthe's Attorney in the new district composed of Fayette county. A Splendid Trip. A card from Rev. George Darsie, written from Quebec, Canada, says that his party reached that city on Saturday and would leave Monday, and expecting to be in Boston that they are having a splendid trip. to-da- Thanks. Rev. George Darsie has sent us recent files of the Montreal, Canada, Gazette, from which we learn that the weather is nearly as warm up there as it is here, and Mr. J. W. Gayle has kept us supplied with files of the Boston Globe. known. Tho two brothers were old bachelors and Ben had been making his homo for some time with Sam, who owned the place. When brought to this city, Ben statod that ho and his brother were sitting upon the porch discussing a verse in the Bible when Sam. became very much excited and angry, and finally threw a chair at Ben and in dodging same Ben fell off tho porch. Ben retaliated by throwing tho Bible he held in his hand at Sam. In fulling Ben said he caught at Sam's arm, tearing tho sleeve out of his thin summer coat. Sam. then went into the house and lay down upon a bed. Ben followed him in a few moments and finding that he was breathing heavily, spoke to and shook him, but recievingno reply, he ran and called the housekeeper, a Mrs. Clark, and the two went to work to revive him, but their efforts were vain, as he breathed his last in a few minutes. Coroner Dehoney went out, summoned a jury, made a thorough investigation and had an autopsy performed upon the body. The only marks of violence found were scratches upon one arm and a slight cut upon the shoulder, neither of which were at all serious wounds, but the heart showed such a fatty Cuttjiub Stbkt, Nkw York. a Feb. 13-l- y. MM Furniture Ida DQfecluri!) B GO. ' 4M 3 Have opened Sale Rooms on Ann Street, SB near Christian Church. Vi M '! E ID op II FRIGES. BKSXEfqtJlUIY. CURES ALL HOSTISQUUTITT. B K K nr symtoms have entirely disappeared. itlcntlon. I un J. W. Black, tertike to briefly " ours. etc.. teach any fairly The Calmes brothers were raibed THIH. L. DAVIS, mtelllcent ierion jt A Joe Bronston Bead. Biuv "Janitor Howard Memorial Library. 4f either tea, who tfLX W near Lexington, but have been resi can read and "New Orleans, La." write, and wbot S. Bronston, son of Hon. dents of this county for a number of Mr. Joseph .Her InitractloQt Asthma and Catarrh Cured. LBBIIIIIIII will work Indui- trlouily, boir to Thos. S. Bronston, Assistant Secreta- years. The remains were taken to "I have been u sufferer from asthma nnd earn Three Thoufor Lexington for interment Tuesday catarrh, my more than two years iwst. getting sand Dolt' .1 ry of tho State under Gov. McCreary, most of sleep sitting u In hed orreclli lng In jmmmamz&ssszsssz car In thtli owa ocalltiei. whtra a chair. ha e used one Jug of B id.im's Microbe died at Richmond on Monday from afternoon. trtr tlitr lira, t Killer, and f r tholnstthree weeks have been will alio furnir sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly ns a the effects of a dose of morphine tha tjhualloa t uttribute cmploim.nt, tr and Sympathy but 3Mo Work. child. Irecommend mytorelief to the remedy,from Mr. taken with suicidal intent. any one buffering heartily which yea en It earn that amount. asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. Bronston was well known in this city china notulnr ' Respectfully, and receive nothiThe House of Representatives of he spent considerable time durwhere ng; unit ll "EDWIN R. MOORE, Kentucky Legislature recently passed at abore- "Cashier In Bank of Adalrville, Ga." ing his father's term of office. ivoiuinr oimcuic. to lean), or tliatr a resolution of sympathy for the union Fever and Flux Cured. rtqulrta much, time. I deilra but wrokinen in their strike atHomestead, "Icheerfullv testify that after ttklnsc Microbe one perion from. More Counterfeiters. am for each dlitrict or Pennsylvania, and in a few days Killer Hick lllteendjys Iwith entirely cured, after county. Ihaee two years being malarial f ver, and ready taufht and Deputy U. S. Marshals Daniels and atferwards rejected an amendment during which time I contracted other diseases, provided vrltb em i by flux. etc. was atended a Parker arrested in Jackson county to the Public Printing bill requiring of the bestI doctors of theduring his time three MaglaWyBayUl' ett1tlWWwl)lBeM'ereeealtt, ployment wholarge city without being beneare number under the tent, extinguish their making orer Three Ihomand Dollana Year, each. All It new, "W.U.D01Ii:itTY. aolld.nre. Full particular! ft ee. Alter you anow all, If )ou clothing, which had taken fire, and Saturday and brought to this city that tho State printing be excuted fitted, "10 Celeste it., New Orleans. La." include to ro no further, why, no barm li done, Addreu, C AIJ.U.N, llox 0, Anstiatu, JUuluc then ran for their lives, as the indica- on Monday, Frank W. James, W. D. in an office employing union printers. Mr. Kndnm's Microbe Killer Cures oil Dec. 5 ly. Discuses by Ilemoviug tho Cause. tions were that another explosion Steele, E. E. Stockwinkler and T. R. So it seems that this body of statesDavidson, charged with counterfeit- men has a largo supply of sympathy would follow. And they were fortucircular and the Send 2 cents stamp for War, shows what nate in getting away, for the explo- ing. Several very fine molds for to deal out to union labor, but not a Microbe must be, and do,disease H and what tho to cure it. Read it, remedy sion came in a few moments and was casting ten and twenty dollar pieces lick of work. To be consistent they circulate It and youwfll the discoverer for saving your life, address I terrific, being heard all over this city were found in their possession and should have added something sub- flADAM'S MICROBE KILL'R. Nashville. Tenn. Jc GAYLK CO. or LeCOMPTE J. and as far out as Graefenburg. Shells brought along to be used as evidence stantial. Sympathy which does not holeW. GAYLEFranklin coui ty. agents for against them. James is extend as far as tho pocket or to some Jan, and cannon balls were thrown in every direction, one shell tearing through of Jackson county, Davidson is a act of substantial assistance amounts CHAIN MIRVIL mf mmjantjaiagcairai jij: Jtjai itjt jjt Jp. the roof of Mr. Foree's house, knock- postmaster and merchant the other to but little to the workman or anyone two are else in this busy world of ours. The ing off most of the plastering from the 1 i ceiling in one room, and then passing James and Steele waived an exam- House has proven to the world that through the floor to the ground be- ining trial before Commissioner its resolution of sympathy was but a held-ipiece of hypocritical demagoguery. neath, every window in the house Ohinn on Tuesday and were two thousand dollars bond was shattered, a long string of fence three and I i. Bought a Farm. was destroyed and an acre and a half resnectivelv to tho January term of Tjikat-mknU. S. Court, which they failed to Dn. E. C West's Nerve and Chain ot corn in an adjoining field was the for lljsterla, Dizzia guaranteed j The Midway Clipper of Thursday ness, Convulsions, specific Nervous Neuralgia. B, Kits, mowed down; shells were also scat give and were returned to jail. e i by the says: "There was a good attendance Headache. Nervous Prostintlon causedMental use tered all over a pasture in front of Deof alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Will bo sent to any address i at the sale of tho farm, stock, crop pression, Softening of the Brain resulting In InBead Sea Fruits. the house and out on the pike and sanity nnd leading to misery, decay and death, from now until January lBt, proThey slay multitudes when they and farming implements of Oapt. P. Premature Old Age, Barreness, Loss of Power sown broad cast over several fields duct ot neglect ot incipient diseases.are A the cents. 1893, for twonty-nv- o "slight" sex, Involuntary Losses and SpermaCampaign year is now at hand: in the vicinity, the windows of Mr. cold, a lit of Indigestion, bllllousness or consti- 0. Kidd, at Elkwood, yesterday. Col. in either caused by of tho brain, torrhoea Edmonson, the auctioneer, Mich box contains or you must keep posted, and A. B. Branch's house, half a mile pation each or any of these "minor ailments" R. E. month's treatment. $1.00 the way'to domso is ato read V : began the sale at a little after 12 one $5 00, sent by mall prepaid a box, or six boxes advance in many cases with on receipt of price. for away, were shattered and one at Dr. mrj-- r UU.JUJUUlVUlil.4i LUU X1J n r irif r o T t m. ' strides." Oive them a swift, early defeat with o'clock, by offering tho farm. The WE GUARANTEE SfX BOXES. W. Leo Orutcher's was also broken. Hostetter's Stomach Hitters and avert the danonly true exponent of pro- i was follow- To cure nny caso. With each orderreceived by ns kj tection and sound currency T The- stock at Fleetwood Farm were ger. Abenn'tliy administered un alarming re- first bid was 90, which $6.00, wo in tho South. buke to the man who Informed him that lie had ed by 91 and then 92, 92.50, 93, and for six boxes, uccompunled with guarantee towill t rethrown into a panic and several fine only n cold!" "Only u cold," repeated the docsend tho purchaser our written 94, at fund the monoy if the treatment does not effect you hno the plague!" by ton and fivo cents bids to tor. "What would animals narrowly escaped injury. only uy THE Guarantees 4 liheumutlsm and la grippe are easily extinguish Bold to Mr. Hiram Berry, a cure. & GA YLE Issued and J. W. GAYLK, SEND FO A SMPLE COPY CO., As soon as it was safe for them to ubleatthostHrt. Why then allow them to get which it was Frauktort, Ky. Put on the brakes up go to the scene of the accident, tho aKfull head iof stoum? warmth which this with of Frankfort. Mr. Ambrose Wilson mitters ho cental And examine it carefully neighbors gathered in and took up perb medicine umutes inrougn me sjsiem, me was the strongest contending bidder. you will bo sure to subscribe. Tho stock, crop and farming imple' strengthening elfeut the bodies of the unfortunate young its sooihlug andimnnfnll v rftnmmmwle It upon the Address all letters aiid make . itanfiMouTofutn fnttiA mi. ments sold well. The purchaser of ... ""'""-a- : We will pay the above rowardfor any case of trior, hnrfl V..V all checks and Post-ofllc-o VW M4W MWW t.hnm tn t.hn hrman fV jiwih'v WtUW nnr WW magreat speclno """" for feebled and sick. "ris the Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick neadahe, Inproposes to locate digestion, Constipation, or Costliness we cannot this elegant-farorders payable to prepared them for burial. Tho bodies larla. i when his son-i- n law, Mr. William Cannon, cuiewlth West's Vegetable Liver Pills, They tho were shot through in several places are Buggies, carriages and harness ro- directions are strictly compiled with. LOUISVILLE PRESS CO,, i Vegetable, and never fall give satlsfao by tho Kentucky and Harness upon it. Ho and his family will bo a tluroly Sugar Coated . Large boxes,to containing DO with canister shot and pieces of shell. valuable acquisition to tho society of Pon. 25 cents. Bewar-o- f counterfeits und imiompany. pills, The forefinger of Foree's left hand only by LOUISVILLE, KY. this community." Tho farm contains tations. The 0.genuine manufacturedCHICAGO, and Sander's entire right hand were WE8T COMPANY, THE JOHN Mr ILL. For sale by njl druggist. itr vrVvWritenll gone and tho supposition is that one Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. 300 acres. BeBBBBBBBBBBBB.tMWk 1 1 al4-- Consumption Cured. following verdict: "1 believe It to bo one of the best medicines We, the jury, find the body before sold. The physicians, tw jears ago. said mv 1 consumption, botli lungs affected. us to be that of Sam. Calmes, and wife hud to The common school per capita for that ho came to his death from heart June bad send her outh for keveral springs to sue uas oeen tinting nue. the year 1892 has been announced by failure, caused from over exertion, iicou iin Microbe oui sinceshe has been right ut Hadnm's Killer In- from throwing a chair at his brother, home attending to her business, nnd is In better the Superintendent of Public health than she has been In '2d years. struction as 2.50 for each white and Ben Calmes. "It. T. POOLE, Cednrtown. Ga." J. T. Duvall, colored pupil child in the State. Several Diseases Cured. H. G. Davis, This is an increase of twenty-fiv- e "1 cheerfully testify to the curative powers of J. 0. Dennis, your medicine. Having been a sufferer from G. L. Dennis, cents over last year, when it was only weak lungs, bronchial affection and Indigestion, F. W. Hulett, after taking Microbe Killer all of the above 2.25. degeneration that tho physicians who performed the autopsy gave it as their opinion that hio death was caused from heart failure, superinduced by the excitement and over exertion, and the jury returned the WORMS! VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rreptndbyBICIUSDSOS'TATLOBBKD. DISEASES! WITE'S CREAM An Increased Per Capita. FOR 20 YEARS SOLD EVKEYWHERE. CO,, BT.L0CI8. Hit. rat you trritl.n yon trlidom jH If JcAnufiiiMllBlll liirtn'l,Int.lIIpnt pwpiiiuii land l.mbltlon write today. 1 prernlie you peciai, perionai tuf.ti 25c j or 10-l- Jf, . K n t, THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL i i over-exertio- helf-abu- "leaguo-destroylm- i " V. - ...... - $500 Reward! I . 15-t- f. lG-l- ym? m Y 'Ft HEADQUAETEES FOR EVERY" THING -- IDE-IjEIS 03ST WHEELS.- V3 - Z3ST- - OIE"1 It' 5 3T7"3EJ"2" EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. & WE GUARANTEE Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the Fine Buggies, Phsetons, Snr-rie- s and Light Carriages. The H.H.Babcock Co., Broom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Victorias, Traps and Novelties of lat- -' est Eastern design. TIME TABLE. The following time table is now effect upon the L. fc N. rond: THAINB WEST. ! fc ASKS ,! i y BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. MA J. in ffji i, w m m 1 FOR A PASS. STANTON I 14 'ii No.231eavoBFrni)kfort No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort No 191eavos Frankfort THAINB EAST. l):40 3:00 7:88 5:50 a. m p. m a. m p.m. a. m. TIic Queer, Rhymed Letter From tlie Author of "Moneyless Man" to Gen. Ecliols. We clip the following from the al work to be done for your line, no doubt will decline to let you be decent and issue the pass, and then in a glaBS of old "Monarch" or "Crow" they'll drink to the health of the man that can't go. unless he goes JACOB SWIGERT & CCX, Have Removed From the Bafzett Building ,XO TNT 1 No. 18 leaves Frankfort It'ft 4:35 p. m. Courier-JournNo. 20 loaves Frankfort of Wednesday: No .24 arrives Frankfort .... 7.48 p. m. Railroad officials get all sorts of re0:15 p. hj. No. 22 leaves Frankfort Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange quests for passes, but the one wriclen Henry T. tn. 23 and 21 connect by Maj.Moneyless Stanton, author of for Cincinnati. Man" and other "The at Anchorage for Bloomllold Branch. clever poems, to Qen. John Echols, W. V. Alkxandkh, .... 10:10 Agent. FKAMFOllT KOUNDABUl'l ii ; FRANKFORT, JULY 23, 1892. lv. The Lexington Fair. i It. .l becinB Tuesday. Auerust 30th. The largest stakes and the richest premiums ever given in the State are offered, and the finest exhibits in the West will be made. All railroads give excursion rateB to the Fair, and it is estimated that 100,000 people will be on the grounds in the five days. See advertisement in another column, and write to the Secretary for Remember that the Lexington Fair President of the Newport News and Mississippi Valley road, is a gem. is in Tho novel communication rhyme. Qen. Echols was reading it over yesterday in the presence of a reporter. "Maj. Stanton," said he, "was on my staff at the close of the war, and I have alwayB been very fond of him. Last spring ho came to my oflice and aBked me for an annual pass over my road. I said, in fun to him: When you go back to Frankfort write me a note, setting forth your wishes. Yery soon I received a written application for the annual pass, in reply to which I wrote him a note, telling him that I would refer his application to the lawyers of the company, to advise me whether it would bo a violation of the Interstate Commerce law for me to issue the pass as re programme. "A Frankfort Man Honored. J Messrs. W. H. Averill and J. W. Qayle, of this city, attended the annual meeting of the American Phar-- 1 macists at Franconia rNotch, New ' Hampshire, last week, and Mr.' Averill was honored by being elected j of the one of the The attendance this Association. year was much larger than usual and the number of new members admit-ted was more than double that of Vice-Presiden- ts j last year. The Picnic. M - The picnic given by the young gentlemen of Y. M. I., No. 101, at' Salyers' Grove Tuesday, was splen-- 1 didly managed, everything passed off pleasantly, and the large crowd who attended were delichtod. The whole affair was an immense success, both financially and socially, and the management can safely say that they know how to get up and run a first-clapicnic one which will afford a vast amount of pleasure to young.old, largo and small just a little better than anybody in this neck of the woods. ss I i Vh Specimen Casen. dered, his Liver was affected, to an darming degree, appetite foil away, and ho was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrodsburg, HI., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' dtanding. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Buoklon's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speakor, Oatawba. O., had fivo largo Fever sores on his log, doctors said ho was incurable. One bottle Eloc-tri- c Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by tho South Side drug store, S. H. Clifford, Now Cassel, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach was disor- quested. It was in reply to that letter that he wrote me this letter." Frankfort, Ky. March 28, 1892. My Dear General: Your letter is here, and I very much fear that it's the very last word that I ever will hear of that annual pass. Alack and alasl that the souls of the great and tho rich should be sich. Now, if I were mogul and if you were tho tramp, and the journey was long and the weather was damp, don't you know I would say, in a Christian-lik- e way: "Poor fellow, jump on, for there's nothing to pay." Do you think I would pause to examine a clause of the corporate laws and call in mv Hhvur.ftrs to ninlr in search of a statute to prove that ) you should walk? Nay, nay, my dear friend, for you know very well that Pd'grab at the string and tinkle tho bell, and I'd scream and I'd yell to "Put on the brake" for humanity's sake, and when I had brought the old thintr to n.Rtn.iifl. T'rl nt.rnteh out my hand and I'd help you aboard, ana va Bee you from walking completely restored. I'd Beat you on elegant cushions inside; I'd give you a drink and I'd say you shall ride on plain, and through valley, by field and by river, now on and henceforth and forever and ever. They say that a charter on iron to roll is a thing without sentimont, Borrow or soul; that it goes right ahead, by tho living and the dead, in .r i a merciless way lor "pay." oniy has a corporate life. and "pay." It can move, but tt never can love. It's pulses are quick, or are slow, but a thing that it never can now. Now you are tho head and front of a character a human turned into a "stop and start her" -- a railroad machine and a possible martyr: but you once wore endowed with a heart and a soul, above that poor oflice of gathering toll. You could fool for a tramp when he traveled alone, and when ho said ''broad" you could never say "stone." But now you are changed; you are cinder and coal, with nothing but iron gone into "hnlb-oo.f.nllr- slow. Well, lot them decide that the walker sha'nt ride, for its nothing to me in the end, since I know it is best to go slow. SaZESEZECT?, OUST TvT A Some day, on my way, I may halt at tho Gait and pay my respects to my friend, Mistress E for I know it's not she who gives nothing but sass when I ask for a pass. Pray tell her that bottle of "Monarch" is here and -CkttjTmI TTnrtir?.I'll drink it to her. I'll go for some of sugar and mint and some ice, and I'll fix up a toddy exceedingly nice, and STThey will fill this space w&h I'll drink every drop to her health and wish her the widow of beauty short time. and wealth that soon she should be, for, you see, it's a natural law that the man who don't give was never intended to live. I shall try to go over the ties and the grass without any puss, but one of these days, when together we wait for soulful St. Peter to open the gate, you'll find your appeal is a littlo too thin, and you'll stay outside whilst I will walk in. You will see how your chances for life were let slip when you haven't a pass for oven that trip. Good-by-my dear friend, all AND DEALER IN- things have an end. Thus endeth, alas, all hope for that pass. Distressfully yours, HENRY T. STANTON. H101 MD 102 Basement NN:S32EETJ- 4 the fa DWARD GLAASSEN, -- DPiR.A.o'nria.iL Plumber, GasSteam Fitter e, Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets, Now Try This. Itwillcost younothingandwillsure-l- y do you good, if you have a Cough, Oold, or any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lunge. Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK , GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, ZENTUCK "i . Opposite State House, Practical MHnif c llalHnilln Thorough, assisted toInstruction. positions. IIIIlBHsfNa HI In Graduates free. Write to II W II lkErillllS6r Catalogue K LOUISVILLE, BUSINESS & 8 BRYANT STRATTON COLLEGE, KY. Trial bottlesfree at Phil. Carpenteu's Drug Store. 3 money will be paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and ioarn for vourself just how good a thing it is. Large size 50c. $1.00. mm Nicholasville, Ky.t iss M. LOUISVILLE MARKET. TOBACCO FURNISHED BV GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TODACCO WAREHOUSE. I Hewitt, Principal. , Sales on our market for the week. just closed amount to 3,147 hhds., with receipts for the same period of 2,023 hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 98,441 hhds. Sales of tho crop of 1891 on our market to date 84,640 hhds. We have had a steady and active market again this week for burley tobacco without any material change to note in value. The following quotations fairly n Copyright, 1801, SESSION SECOND MONDAY IN September, 1W9A For catalogues apply to Principal as above. July2-2- r3SHKMP . llflHeCRF W&0JTls - lvmi T2S &2z- m represent our market for burley tobacco, crop of 1891: Trash (dark) or damaged $4 50 tobacco Common Colory trash... 5 50 Medium to good colory by Worceiter Conet Co. miles $5 50 7 00 9 00 7 00 COMFORT Common lugs not colory 5 Medium to good colory 10 lugs 7 Common Colory lugs Common to medium leaf 8 14 Medium to good leaf. 17 Good to fine leaf. trash 7 00 00(j) 00 50 00 15 10 OOM 14 17 00 Like old Polyphemus who wanted Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala to eat tho whole of tho crow of House and Lot For Sale. Ulysses' fleet, you are "fond of tho Time. 26 Hours. bravo," and when you aro hungry, Solid Vestlbuled Trains. The Short line between Cincinnati and it's easy to see you'd willingly make THE Wo .llftko A Specialty 01' Fit VME RESIDENCE. CON-Lexikoton, Kt., Time, 2Vi Hours a small luncheon of mo, that is you talnliiKtnolve rooms, cellar uiul tmsenient. 12 Knoxvilue, Tknn., " " next tho Episcopal These Corsets. would take tho last lired" in my on Washington street,for wilt)douratobargain. For 17 " a8iikvillk, n. c, " tit offered iiarsomiKO. moment to terms implyIsto ClUrTANOOOA, ThNN., " wallet for ono happy 11 "' .Atlanta, lfi G., Mny2S-2m- . tickle your gullet. W. ANDERSON GAINES. VVE1TZEL & O'DONNELL. BIKMINIIHAM, ALA.. " 10 " Now let mo observe that I still Direct CoruiectloiiHUt N'owOrlennpnndSlirev have the norvo and muscle to walk, port for Texas. Mexico and California. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky MldlandRallway and tho brain and tho tongue, and vlaGeori?atowiiS;45 a.m. larrlveClnelniiat 110:25 the power to talk, and whilo I havo a. m. QuIcVerthan nnynthertlne. those, I shall not bo a clam, but I'll All trains .irrlv it leparttromCentralUnlon 8 P. H. OAItPENTBB. Depot, Cincinnati walk on your ties and I won't care a KorlUten.Mups.tto. unarost d n. STRAUSS CLASS IN E. T. CHARLETON, MISS KATIE at rapltnl Hotel. Days DANCING Your legal advisers, those grabbers open gopd second hand mower for of Tuition D. P. A: T, A., Chattanooga. One Monday, Wednesday ami Friday mornings at D. MILLER, D. J. EDWARDS, and misers, those fellows you hire to sale. Price $20. A bargain. u-iFrankfort, Ky. 10 o'clock. Trnf.Mng. Cincinnati ,0. 1 P.&A.T Jun do your desire and all tho rough Mabtin Bros. TWO-STOR- your bouI. Seloct or wrappory tobacco 00 00 00 00 25 00 31 00 In fasiluonnlile crstumesis an accomplished fact, when tliey are worn over Royal Worcester Corbel. THE SHORTEST These corsets insure perfect shape strict'y according to fashion's commands. To be in fashion, and to be comfortable, Georgetown to wear only t'ie &&&&m; wm Kf.tl wjiv tt'WAWmPml mm imrnfjimWsMw&S -- 77?a. vnir..wmwr Hlsl in Time, 25 Hours. TRAINS. ilO fAILES .rJfiSV AND QCICKFST Qrlsm 25 00 M7 ..,.. J ymwm . war SOLID VESTIBULED The shortest and quickest. L RoVt. B. Franklin y. DANCING CLASS. 18-t- f A I jomsr closing out. goods. 6 Ready for Spring Trade in the most complete IS t. I 3 bxjois:i.es"Y" ISReady for Spring Trade with a large line of - .'JH China fStore In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns am No trouble to show Cook Stoves Ranges. Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double JNO.T. BUCKLEY. Religious. thick Tinware, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, and a complete line of House Furnishing Goods too large to mention. Take the elevator and examine my second floor. Tin roofing, guttering and job work solicited. JOHN T. BUCKLEY. - FA. Si . IV . Episcopal Church Tuesday morning No Sunday Funerals. and the remains were taken to We would be ijre.nly obliged to the Shelbyville for interment. As there is a move on foot to abolministers and officers of churchesin the ish Sunday funerals in the larger city if they would furnish us with any cities, the Cemetery Company are announcements which they may wish Jeptha D. Robinson. made.l endeavoring to do away with them This county lost one of its oldest in this city also. The objection to and most highly respected citizens them is that the ministers have their CflititsiiAJN OKURCn The congregation will assemble abl0:30 o'clock for Thursday evening at fi o'clock, when hardest work on Sunday and it is the celebration of the Lord's Supper. the long and useful life of Mr. Jeptha asking too much of them to preach a D. Robinson closed at his home in funeral sermon in addition to conNo service at night. this city. ducting two regular services, and The deceased was born near Benson then the hands employed at the CemSouthern Presbyterian Church Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his Station, this county, 83 years ago, and etery are kept there all day at work pulpit morning at 11 when fifteen years of age hiB father without being given an opportunity died leaving him to care for his to attend church. o'clock. No night service. The Company seven have about concluded to allow no widowed mother and The union services will be held brothers and sisters, a duty which more interments on Sunday, except evening at 8 o'clock in the he nobly performed. His mother in cases of urgent necessity, and no Baptist Church, and Rev. W. B. dying in a few years, he assumed the permits for graves to bo dug will bo place of father and mother to the Cooper will deliver the discourse. 3 o'clock Saturday after-- , younger members of the family, issued after noon. Methodist Church Rev. H. G. raising them all to man and womanThey also request persons applying Henderson, the pastor, being absent, hood, but there remain only two for permits to give their undertaker there will be no services brothersand one sister surviving him, Sunday-schoconvenes at 9:30 a.m. viz: Mr. Joseph Robinson, of thiB a memorandum of the age, place of nativity, residence, place of death city, Mr. Jabez Robinson, of Mexico, and cause of death of the deceased, Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Missouri, and Mrs. P. R. Pattie, of so that a record may bo kept of the Ponick, the rector, will occupy Fort Worth, Texas. same. Until 1877 he continued to reside the pulpit at Ascension Church toThese two rules have not as yet morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at upon the farm where he was born, and been made absolute, but may be in in addition to farming he contracted a short time. 8:00 p. m. for work of all kinds, and in the capacwas engaged upon ity Liver First Presbyterian Church the of contractor of the Court House in Miles' Nerve construction Pills. Rev. J. McClusky Blayney, D. D. the pastor, will occupy his pulpit this city and the Louisville and Act on new principle regulating morning at 11 o'clock, Frankfort railroad, now a part of the the liver, astomach and bowols though L. & N. system. While thus engaged he No service at night. the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. was essentially the poor man's friend, Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, more of bad liver, piles, constipaBaptist Ohurch Kev. v C. Tay- and gave employment to who ever tion.taste, torpidfor men, women and Splendid that class than any man lor, the pastor, being absent on his lived on Benson. Ho made quite a children. Smallest, mildest, surest. summer vacation, there will be no fortune, but gave with a liberal hand 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples freey at J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. morning. Union to ervices mm the poor and needy, and death service at night. found him with but little more than Frost Signals. Sunday-schoat 9:30 a. m. the old homestead and an honored The weather bureau at Washington name to bequeath to the loved ones CATiiuL,iu Church The usual left behind. A true friend, an upright, has notified Postmaster Saffell that services at the Ohurch of the Good honest citizen, he went to his grave signal flags will be sent him to be diswill be con- sincerely mourned by a host of played for the purpose of warning Shepherd the farmers, this fall and next spring, ducted by Rev. Father James Gorey, friends and relatives. the temporary pastor. In 1846 he married Miss Elizabeth of the danger from frost, notice of tho High mass at 8 a. m., low mass Williams, sister of Dr. U. V. Williams, approach of which will be telegraphat 10 a. m., andvespers at 7:30 p. m. of this city, who, together with seven-;-: ed from Washington. This will be children, still survives mm, ananas of great service to farmers, especially the deep sympathy of all who know growers of tobacco. Tho signals will Died. the great loss she has sustained. The funeral takes place from the be displayed from a staff upon or near family residence on Second street tho Custom House, where they can K. Choate. E. this morning at 11 o'clock, and the Mr. Edward K. Ohoate, of the lum- services will be conducted by Rev. be seen from most any point in the ber Arm of Ohoate & Graham, died W. G. Neville, of the Southern Pres- city. m A carpenter by the name of M. " S. at his home on Todd street Monday byterian Ohurch. Powers fell from the roof of a house morning at 2 o'clock, after a lingerTlie Tendons Cut. in East Des Moines, Iowa, and sus consumption, aged ing illness with tained a painful and serious sprain of 47 years. The deceased was born A youth by the name of Tom Brom- iiiu wrist, wiuuji ne uuruu wiui uuu and raised at Shelbyvillo, and during ley, while engaged in wheeling saw- bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Ho worth $5 It the war was a soldier in the 9th Ken- dust at the tobacco hogshead factory costsays it iscents. For a bottle. W. sale by J. him 50 tucky Cavalry. Ho removed to this of Mr. S. T. Pence, in Bellepoint, yes- Gayle, Druggist. . city some twenty years ago and took terday morning, slipped and fell, and Sunday Trains. charge of a planing mill for the late his right leg coming in contact with John Haly, and was afterwards su- one of the saws, a gash wap cut to the put on perintendent for Messrs. Rodman & bone, just above the ankle, severing The Kentucky Midland has way, two Sunday passenger trins each Sneed. When that firm went out of the tendona'Achilles. He was taken following is the time table who business he formed a partnership to the oillco of Dr. E. E. Hume, rest- and the for tho same: dressed the wound and he was with Mr. W. L. Graham, for the maning easy at his homo at last accounts. Effective July 24th, Sunday trains ufacture of tobacco hogsheads and leave Frankfort 8:15 a. m. and 3:30 dressed lumber and the firm did a King's Royal Germeteur. p. m., arrive at Georgetown 9:10 a. m. and 4:22 p. m., Paris 9:50 a. m. and good business from the start. He the medicine of the 5:10 p. m. was correct business man, upright in Leave Paris 10:10 a. m. and 5:30 p. his dealings and a quiot, unobtrusive century, Its phenominal success as m., arrive at Georgetown 10:55 a. m. Beller and favorite with the people citizen. Although his suffering was a the acknowledged wonder of tho and 6:05 p. m., Frankfort 11:50 a. m. Is intense during his last illness, not a medicine world. Based upon the and 7:00 p. m. O. D. Bercaw, murmur escaped his lips. When con- Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, G. F. & P. A. modern, ana at once popular, comvinced that his days were numbered mending itself as a necessary househo went calmly to work to arrange hold remedy. It advertises best by House for Rent The his worldly affairs, arid when all was its use. Specific for all Catarrhal frame house lately occupied by F. M. Scofield, on completed drew a chock to cover his diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood and Logan. Campbell, between Main For terras apply to Purifier. It is without doubt tho funeral expenses. Ho loaves a widow most reliable germ destroyer in William Oraik. and two children Mrs. Lillio Wheat, and to tho extent that the a buggy, carriage or If of Alton Station, Anderson county, germ theory is correct, King's Royal sot you have which needs repairing of harness Germeteur io tuo remeay. it is no and Mr. William K. Ohoate, of this accident but is the result of fifteen take it to tho Kentucky Buggy and city. years study of modioal genius. For HarnoBB Company on east Broadway. 19 All work promptly exeoutod. place from the sale by Chapman & Williams. The funeral took I I Their Superior Aliiliiy in Treating Ob scuro Chronic Diseases is something marvelous, have en rod where Will be made by the Queen & Cresothers liavo given up to cent Route and Louisville Soutern R. die. R. on account of the following occa3 At Wilmoro, Ky., Colored Oamp Julv 23 to 30. AtHarrodsburg, Ky., Mereor Coun ty iair, juiy sso to zv. To Niagara Falls, special low rate?, July 28th. At Danville, Ky., Boyle County Fair, August 2 to 6. At Versailles, Ky., Woodford County Fair. August 2 to 4. At Cincinnati, Ohio, Meeting of Queen City Driving Club, August 8 to Meetiner. 8ion8: Reduced Rates i ,VAai !' ' 3? WiiiL SliB m ! 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 KanBas City, Mo., Southern Lumber Manufacturers' Association, August 7 to 8. For further information as to rates. &c, call on Ticket Agen'ts or write to D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. 13. ol Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ?-. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. if(ji;:"-;;;;;;-7;- ' ;i:t and The best salve in the world foi Drs. Walter and Stockdale, Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt The world renowned specialists, of Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., the Southern will be at Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns Frankfort, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- Capitol Hotei, July 29, 1892, tively cures Piles, or no pay re- Returning every four weeks during the year. Stock'la e have had Drs. Walter quired. It is guaranteed to give experience in and largest hospitals In tinyears of country, the perfect satisfaction, or money re are graduut s of several of the best Collegesofand a numbei ofjenrsmudeaspecialty all have for funded. Price 25 cents per box. chronic and surufcal diseases. They undertake no incurable diseases but have cured hundreds For sale by SouthSide drug store, given up to die. They treat successfully and do not take tho case utiles u cure can be P. H. Carpenter. guaranteed. 5-- iy 45-l- ol (ppsfEci .V3V. LLIliik Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing in tho oars, Deafness, Diseases of the Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Bladder Troubles, Brlght's Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation HhMimatisiu Faralynis, Stockdale. A. II. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostate Glaifd trouble; was given up to die by all general practl-tioner- h I consulted, and I myself gave up all hope, made my will and so arranged my business, was obliged touse tatluther every half hour. And now entirely well, cured by Drs. Walter and t. y 0. 11. Thomas Frankfort, Ky Catarrh of ten years standing; am now completely cured by Drs, Walter and Stockdale. EPILEPSY OR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, Scrotula, Stricture, (Meet, etc , cured by improved and never falling remedies. DISEASES OK WOMfcN, such ns I.eucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains in buck, relieved in short OKTE 43-lm- y Both tho when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tlie taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and 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 ju its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy ana agreeahle substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. LOUISVILLE, BNJOY method and results moved. Remember the date and come furly, as their rooms are always crowded wherever they stop. YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED HEN suffering from Spermutorrhei, Impotency, Eruptions, tho result of errors or excesses, should cull before it Is too lute, and guarunteo a cure Superiluous hair and ull eruptions on tlie face permanently re- time. Examination and consultation free, private and confidential. They can refer you to hundreds or coses In your own State and every State in the Union, whlcti he has cured, among tiiem the following; Mrs. Kev. J L. Stokes, Darwin, ind.. Suppressr, Mrs. Henry ed and painful menstratlons. Cumden. Ind., Female Trouble. Mrs. R. W. Gin-ricCrockett, Delphi. Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Uus 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., Cutarrh. Mrs. Rosa Cooksou, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eye straightened. Mrs. Sarah Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and Asthma of long standing. Mrs. M. Clark, Mooresvllle. Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic. Miss Surah Dougherty, Rockfleld, Ind., Epllepsey. Mrs. Uuicuster, Vlvalla. Ind . Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind., KidGrl-deh. two-stor- y SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. KY, NEW YORK, N.Y. ex-istan- W. J. CHINN, JR 5 Ind., Catarrh, Doctors said would die with conas ever. Wm. A. Gard, sumption. Is us ell Burlington, Ind., Kidney trouble for fuur years. Dr. Wulter cured me two years ugo have not been tioubled since. Elijah Toler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not see utter business as ever. James Wyatt, Delphi, am us well y Ind,, Could not hear und hud a constant dlscharo from my ears. Dr. Walter cured me entirely. Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh, J, C. Canine, Waverlund. Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller, Greencustie, Cancer of Eye. Mrs. Mary Jones, Edlnburg, Brlghts Disease, These names ure given by permission nud they request that all sutferers should write them in regard to their case. They also have many testimonials from patients having been cured of private diseases but do not publish them even by permission but will furnish them upon application. Address to-d- ay ney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Murtlnsvllle. w Drs. Walter and Stockdale, Will practice in all State Courts. Of. fice second floor, Custom House. Jan.SO-ly. No. C20 Fifth street. 15-t- f. Louisville, Ky. bfc.! $ iA .&&& , 7-- 7 q (! ' M. A. Selbert's ,, 4 :? 1 i M Is headquarters for- - FINE JEWELRY, None but the Best in Stock. -- v " m Dr. Hale's Household Oint- ment Is the finest romedyjin the world. It absolutely cures s kt kt 1 m I catarrh. lb 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. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunionsaro cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all Comfort. in Pullman Sleepers will be Space else; it has no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes. $3.50 per berth which two persons Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpen- can pecupy. South Side drug store. ter's space Parties desiring Sleeping-Ca- r should send in their names by July Forks of Ellcliorn. 15, 1802,- in order that necessary sleeping-ca- r space may be reserved. Weather very warm. Children between 6 and 12 years ' carried Blackberries plentiful and very fine. will bo 5 years at half fare. Children under will be carried free. Mrs. S. N. Burdin visited her sister, A representative of the railroad near Farmdale Thursday. company will be in attendance and will Mrs. Barry South has several new everysee that everybody is shown com tesy and attention. boarders for the summer. Do not get this Special confounded Rev E. L. Alderman is home from with local excursion trains. his trip to Detroit, Michigan. The capacity of Pullman Sleepers is limited Mrs. Nancy James, of Stamping persons to to a certain number of the car and there will be Ground, is visiting relatives here. no crowding whatever. You will Rev. Eberhardt preaches at Buck have all the comforts of a regular first-clas-s Run at the usual hours train. For Mr. McBride will soon commence agent further information address of L. & N. Railroad this city his new cottage oat near the depot. or Ohas. L. Brown, Mr. Jno. Ready who has been quite Geo. W. Barney, G. P. A. sick, is very much better this week. General Agent. Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Sarah Feathers ton and daughter are visiting friends in Scott coui.-t- y The Old Original Remedy this week. Leads. Rev. J. H. Burdin preaches at Alt. half Sick people should not be deceived Pleasant afternoon at past 3 o'clock. by pretenders who talk about "germs," 'baccilli," &c, to Misses Katie and Stella Cannon were visiting friends in Frankfort sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original the first of the week. "Radam's Microbe Mrs. Lloyd Featherston, tested medicine. you Mr. and need. It is now, Killer" is what of Woodford county, were visiting making Mr. Billy Wilkerson and family last and for years has been, remedies more cures than all other Sunday. combined. Read their advertisement There will be preaching at the in this paper. Don't be deceived. Christian Church at this place the first Sunday in August, when they Big: Excitement in Town expect to call a pastor for the year. Mrs. Mollie Pierce, of near Wood-lak- Over tho remarkable cures by the has a curiosity in geraniums, grandest specific of the age, Aunt which has bushes of bloom of scarlet Fanny's Health Restorer, which acts and pink, some being all one color as a natural laxative, stimulates the and some mixed. digestive organs, regulates the liver Mr. Ben F. Hughes and wife, of and kidneys and is nature's great Greenville. Ohio, and Mrs. Mattie healer and health renewer. If you have Kidney, Liver or Blood Crumm, of Beard's Station, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Disorder do not delay, but call at Chapman & Williams drug store for a IIugheB, of this place. free trial package. Large size 50c. Sarah Jane. 5-- ly trains until August Mth. A stop of tnree Hours lor dinner will be made at Richmond going, which will give ample time for a drive over the 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 Now York, Ocean View and Virginia Beach. Reduced rates of 2.50 per day have been secured at the Hygeia Hotel, Old Point High Bridge Camp Meeting. For the above named meeting agents of the Queen & Crescent Route (Cincinnati Southern) Cincinnati to Somerset and all agents ofthe Louisville Southern R. It., 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 the Kentucky 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. 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 prominent merchant at Waltersburg, 111., says: "It cured my baby boy of cholera infantum after several other remedies had failed. The child was so low that it seemed almost beyond the aid of human hands or reach of 25 and 50 cent any medicine." bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Drug gist. 43-l- R ROGERS Ask at Our Store for a New & SON, '4 Rnntfi uvezo daeas JBrtef Way BISSPLIen- ruttna Bright, We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about I BISSFXL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. Thai everyone who lives on car- pets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. ' l - Free to those who ask for it. : Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. Bargains. MastinBros. have some splendid second-han- d Surreys, Pheatons and Buggies that they offer cheap. 42-t- f. DR. W. I. KELLEY, How to Keep Cool. If you are looking for pleasant locations to spend the hot days at moderate cost, write D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Q. and O. Route, Cincinnati, Ohio, for copy of Queen and Orescent book, entitled "Summer Days," which will be mailed promptly free of OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the charge. Re-unio- "Mi-crobi- ," Army of the Cumberland n At Cliiclca- mauga, September 1892. A number of Brigade and Regimental Associations will attend this reunion. The Queen and Orescent Route have made a half rate fare 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 Crescent Route, IN LEXINGTON. KY.. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. 1892. 1892. Wenre authorized to announce Judge IRA JULI N as a candidate for Circuit Judee in the Aug. 1892. ludlclal district comnojtd of Bourbon. Franklin. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical ocott and Woodford counties, subject to the operation an d with little or no pain. action of the Democratic party. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. REEERENCES..' We are authorized to announce lion. C. A. W. McKee Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. BOARD, or Scott county, as a candidate for J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. Commonwealth's Attorney In this Judicial District, composed of Bourbon, Franklin. Scott J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. Woodford countle3, subject to the action of V. Bcrberlch, Frankfort, Ky. and Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson. Ky. the Democratic party. A. U. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. ANNOUNCEMENTS. PHOENIX HOTEL, Saturday, July 9th, Saturday, July 30th, Saturday, 20th, m in SEE HERE! T WISH TO INFORM MY OLD CUSTOMERS my meat store at 1 that I have Just 830 Second street In the Herndon block, where I V. e, DAYS. Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one by addressing W. I. KELLEY, M. D., am prepared to furnUh tho most choice and 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. tenderest cut of all kinds ot fresh meats, at the Ion est prices. CONSULTATION FREE. Call and leave your orders and they will receive prompt attention. Z. TAYLOR COLLINS. June lS-lu- i. David Moore, Benson, Ky. M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. DR. KELLEY'S office and residence fs at 269 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day ot each week except SATUR- J. hushes. Frankfort, Ky. Jas. Cincinnati, Ohio. 40 ia To our Subscribers. The SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT which appeared in our columns some time since, announcing a special arrangement with Dr B. J. Kendall Co., of Enosburgh Falls, Vt., publishers of "A Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases," whereby our subscribers were enabled to obtain a copy of that valuable work free by sending their address to B. J. Kendall Co. (and stamp for mailenclosing a two-ceing same) is renewed for a limited period. Wo trust all will avail themselves of the opportunity of obtaining this valuable work. To every lover of the Horse it is indispensable, as it treats in a simple manner all the diseases which aiiliot this noble animal. Its phenomenal sale throughout tho United States and Canada make it standard authority. Mention this paper when sending for" Treatise." nt Wanted. Ladies 6 37-t- f. 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 speoial train, with Pullman Sleepers and elegant day coaohes, will leavo that city at 2:80 o'clock in the afternoon of the day mentioned, arriving at Old Point This is tho the next afternoon. cheapest excursion of tho season, as the fare for tho round trip has boon placed at $13.00, and tiekots will be good returning on any of tho regular Tjn hi & .. i and gentlemen suffering with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottle of Otto's Ouro. which we are distributing free of charge, and we can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Con sumption, and all diseases ot the throat and lungs. It will Btop a To Slielbyv'llle. cough quicker than any known remedy. We will guarantee it to cure Effective Juno 20th, the K. M. R. R., you. If your children havo croup or whooping cough it is sure to give in connection with the Louisville inBtant relief. Don't delay, but got Southern, will Bell tickets to Shelby-vill- e from Frankfort and intermediate a trial bottle free. Largo size 50c. stations, that heretofore have taken Sold by Chapman & Williams. higher rate, at $1.76. 46 This will be a great convenience to A New Process gaso- passengers who use this route. For Sale C. D. Bercaw, line stove, which has been used but G. F. & P. A. little and nearly as good as new, is a bargain. Apply offered for sale at Darby's Prophylactic at this office. Use it in every sick-rooIf you want sulphur water, fresh keep the atmosphere pure Will and from tho Murray well, loft at your residence every morning, leave wholesomejremoving all bad odors orders at W. H. Averill's drug store, from any source. tho U. S. Express office or H. R. Will destroy all Disease Germs, Williams' grocery. infection Irom all Fevers and all Stray Cow The person who lost contagious diseases. a dry Alderny cow, with one horn The eminent physician, J.Marishorter than the other and ring and on Sims, of New York, says: "I hole in tho right oar, can hoar of her .whereabouts by calling and paying am convinced that Pro. Darby's for this notloe. The party has had ProphylacticFluid is a most valu1 her for two weeks and wants the able disinfectant." 21 ownr oto como and take her away. 43-l41-tf. Mr. Van Pelt, Editor of the Craig, Mo., Meteor, went to a drug store at Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked the physician in attendance to give him a dose of something for cholera morbus and looseness of the bowels. He says: "I felt so much bettor the next morning that I concluded to call on the physician and get him to fix me up a supply of the medicine. I was surprised when he banded mo a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlnrrhcea Remedy. Ho Baid ho prescribed it regularly in his practice and found it the best he could get or can frepare. I at alltestify to its efficiency eventB." For sale by J. W.Gayle, Druggist. Articles of Incorporation. TVTOrlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE. THE IN undersigned, have become Incorporated under chapter f6 of the General Statutes of Kentucky, and fllnd artlclas of Incorporation for the Franklin Comity fourt rierk's office. The namo of the corporation Is the 'People's lIomesle.nl a d Saving Association," and by that name It's authorized to sue and be sued, contract and be contracted with, and possess such power nnd transact sit h business as pertains generally to bulldlrg and lonn associations, to purcliuso. use, lease holo and sell real ami per- Is to assist its member In s vliu and inventing money, and In bulngnnd Improving real t state and by pr cnilng nm ey for other purposes lv loaning to such of them ns 111 ly desire It, mid Its prim Mm' place ot business shall be Frankfort, Kentucky. vt d corporation commenced Its corporate on the 1st day of July, 1802. and shall continue for twenty live y ain thereafter, unless sooner dissolved by a ote of the stotkholders s of the stock. ovwih k shall not The cat Ital stock of said exceed In the aggregate und full ultimate value thereof at any onetime live hundred thousand dollars, and be divided Into shares of the ultimate alueof one hundred dollars each, which shares may be lmed In one or more series. In such amount ami at such time ns the board of dire torn may determine, and shall be paid for in such matr er and at such time and place as may three-fourth- sonal estate. The general nutuieol Itsbusliess smjsmmBSismSsm ered, as blister. The Most SucccBHful Ilemcdy ever discovcertain In Us effects and does not Read proof below t it Is Kendall's Spavin Cure. Sweeney, bhouldcr Joint IiiiiuoucHH.tillo hhoo-llal- l, Juimicuchn la Joint liiimeiiONH.am working on Fore Foot, I IjniiienuHH and will cure that all with Kendall's Spavin (Jure. It U the best Liniment for manor I llln-Jolnc Rock, Ark., Aug. 26, '90. Co.: Gents It Is with tho greatest satisfaction that I Inform you that I havocured the followlngdlseases: Dr. B. J. Kendall Little 23-t- f. Monuaylu July, lb'Ja, and until their successors are elected nnd qua ltled. A ud said directors may appoint such agents and employes as they deem ill tor the best Interest of the Association, In accordance with the provision of the The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability to which the Mild corporate n Is to subject Itself sh.ill not at any time exceed $25,001'. The private property of tho corporators and stockholders is to be exempt from all corporate debts and liabilities. In testimony hereof, we the undersigned subscribe our names this July 1st, lbM. L. B. MARSHALL, JACOB SWIOERT, B. T. FARMER, CHAS. ELLWANGER, GEO. A. LEWIS. B. B. m said association. The affairs of said Association shall bo vested In, and conducted by, a board of seven directors; who shall choose a President, Vice President, a secretary and Treasurer and an Att rney. Said directors shall be elected annually on the first Mo'idnv In July In each year.except t e first board, which shall consist of L. B. Marshall. Jacob SwIJ Kert.B.T. Farmer, Chas.Ellw.uiger, Geo A. Lewis', B. B.Jeffers and F. M.Halloran. the tindei signed incorporators, who shall hold office until the first be prescribed by the rules and reguli-tlonso- f beast I have ever used. recommend It to all horso owners. Horses that I havo worked on are Tuluablo, but without your Liniment would be worthless. I havo friends who used it for Hprnlnu and ltruUcH nnd cured them. Thoy say It In tho best they ever used. Yours truly, E. U. S. WELLS. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Mokto Visto, Colo., Deo. 21, 1889. Da. D. J. Kendall, Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.: Oents-- In Spavin Curo a llouo Hpuvlii ot seven years standing nearly as largo as a heus egg and completely stopped the lameness and removed tho enlargement. Have worked tho horse very hard ever since, he never has shown any lameness neither can I seo any difference lu tho sire of the hock. F. if. COOLEY. Yours truly, the year 1SSI I treated with Kendall's Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5, All druggists have It or can get It for you, or it iolll be sent to any address on receipt of price by the proprle Aug y, July F. M. UALLORAN. JEFFERS, DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Fails, Vermont .1-- 1 f' ' '4 J"! J'VIJ'VV8 i - 'P'ff V, f'PVV. i Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. T & STUKS Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. M Mi ' . Summer Clearance Sale Offerings. A backward season retarded 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, commencimr 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. !. t iF'rxsifcTxsHmbTca- ooognfs. - By i 250 pairs men's blue camlet pants, only 50c. 300 pairs men's jeans pants, only 6oc, worth $1. 200 pairs children's knee pants, only 25c. Boys' and children's suits, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, worth almost double the money. Men's suits, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00, 7.50, 10.00, 12.50, 15.00, worth almost double the money. THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY. Must be sold this month. Children's waists, 25c, worth 40c. Mori's wnrkinor shirts. 2nc . wnrrh icr. .. . ...... & ....., , v.y ..w.... ,,Ha Sox, national colors. 50c. per dozen. A splendid double and twist sock, 50c. a box of one-hadozen. Suspenders, 15c, sold everywhere for 25c. 4 ply solid linen collars, solid cuffs, only 15c. 20 dozen men's gauze undershirts, only 19c , worth 35c. 22 dozen men's gauze undersirtits, 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. a lf w tv Jl 4-p- ly I2c. V. 4 V i 10,000 Straw and Felt Hats in this sale. C5fl!0SSaH2Z3SS22:r2 CRUTCHER FRANKFORT-- & AND- STARKS -- LOUISVILLE. Great Slaughter in Shoes. A Great Benefactor. are certainly the popular works, we cannot help claring him to be among the most entertaining and educating of authors." New York Daily. He is not a stranger to our readers, as his advertisements appear in our columns in every issue, calling attention to the fact that this elegant work on Nervous and Heart Disease is distributed free by our enterprising druggist. J W. Gayle. Trial bottles of Dr. Miles' Nervine are given away also a book of testimonials showing that it is unequalled for nervous prostration, headache, poor memory, Ed. M. Wallack, Sec'y. dizziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia, 2 hysteria, fits, epilepsy. greatest benefactors of the race, and after reading Dr. Franklin Miles' de- "Educators At the precinct meetings one WM. KING-- " delegate shall be elected for each twenty or a fraction over ten votes W cast for Governor in the August elec- SICKLE AND TOOL &RINDER ATTORN tion, 1891. FOR OHINDINO 3. The County Conventions to be KNIVES, RBAZ, B8TATB AGENT held as aforesaid shall select dele- MOWING M A C 11 1 N ES gates to the District Convention to be SHOVEL PLOWS, HATCHETS, PRACTICE IN THK COURTS 01 AXES, GKUBBING HOES, Franklin and thi adjoining counties, an held at Georgetown, on August 25th, will alio sirs iptclal attention to the purchaw TOOLS, ETC. 1892, and representation of the coun and sale of real estate, collection of rt nta elalnu and the lecotlatlnn of loan. ties in the District Convention shall 1nn2M? be by one delegate for each two hundred votes or a fraction over one hunCURES NOTHING BUT PILES, dred votes cast for Governor in the August election, 1891. Moore's Poultry Remedy. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE On motion and second, it was orknown for 15 years as tho BEST dered that a copy of these proceedREMEDY FOR PILES. ings be published in the Democratic Prtplred by niClUnDSOS.TiTLOlt MED. CO., ST.L0UI8. papers of the District. THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY J. T. Hinton, Attest: I Smarket. Postlvely prevents and curesON TUE ties. "THE CROMWELI EY-AT-LA- E bugkeyeOLC OINTMENT TABLER'Spil Ohm'n. Strong: Witnesses. tjmmywyumlmrflift CHOLERA MASTIN BROS. AND GAPES. produc- Kentucky Midland Shortest and quickest between AND Only direct lino between J J-- District Convention Meeting. Pursuant to a call of J. T. Hinton, Chairman of 14th Judicial District, composed of the counties of Bourbon, Franklin, Scott and Woodford, the Democratic Committee for said Judicial District met at the Court-houB- e in Paris, Ky., on July 15th, 1892, at 10 o'clock, a. m., and there were present at said meeting: J. T. Hinton, chairman; Jos. Finley, J. W. Gaines, ry. Ed. M. Wallace. The meeting being called to order Ed. M. Wallace was elected SecretaOn motion and second, Sea-Sho-re dered that the candidates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. express to the Committee their prefIN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. IBM. erences for the mode and time of Fust Limited ACCIll. uauy holding the Convention, and the EAST BOUND Mull Express, Dally - Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Dally, vaiy.m Ex Sun. mx Sun Hon. Ira Julian, Hon. James E. Cantrill, Hon. 0. A. Board and Hon. Jno. Lexington . Lve, 735am GUOpiii 11 40am 60pin 45pm 123tipm 00pm 8 23am Winchester " Smith, by proxy, being present, all Excursion Rates. 854am 7 12pm l uopiu vsopm Mt. Sterling " addressed the Committee. DAILY. 840am And after the addresses were made Ashland. . " 12 lOani The L. &N. Railroad will sell round Cuttlettsburg " 12 28pm 1007pm a'Jiin 1023im it was, on motion and second, order- trip tickets to Old Point Comfort, Huntliutou " 1260pm 1047pm 30am ed: G35pm good to return until Washington " 1047am 2 lupin 550pm 1. That for the purpose of selecting Va., July 20th, Philadelphia " and on August 4th, at 13.80. a Democratic candidate for Circuit The L. & N. Railroad will sell tick- New York Arr. 120pm 820pm Judge, and one for Commonwealth's ets at reduced rates as follows: July DAILY Attorney, for the 14th Judicial Dis- 28th, Niagara Palls and return 7.00. WEST BOUND, trict, a Democratic Convention shall Passengers can go via Louisville or Huntington Lve. jOOain 35pm 645JIII be held at the city of Georgetown, 026am ( 4 pm 7 llpin tnttiettsuurg Scott county, Kentucky, on Thursday Cincinnati at this rate. Fair, the L. Ashland GiJ7am 205pm 7 27 pin On account Eminence Ex Sun. August 25th, 1892, at 12 o'clock m. & N. Railroad will sell round trip Mt. Sterling Lve. 10 27am' 508pm 1 20pm 025am 2. That for the purpose of selecting 20 Winchester . " 11 15am 45pm 165pm 715am tickets to Eminence, Ky., delegates to said Convention precinct 23, inclusive, good to returnon July U2opm Lexington Arr. until and Louisvnie . Arr I20opm 960pm 245uiu 8G&am pre52DPII1 74Uimii60aur meetings shall be 1101a in eacii on July 25, at one fare for round trip. T.rvfrrtfn VK4TIIIITI.Kn rilAlNH rim iliitlv In cinct of the several counties on SatW. W. Alexander, counejtlo i vvlta Cneapaa.ee & Ohio 'F. F. v.", urday, the 13th day of August, 1892, Agent. to New York. at 3 o'clock p. m., at or near the last CitAiiVS runs dully nnd FAST MAIL voting place in each precinct. Such make local stops between Lexington and Huntmeetings shall be called to precinct ington. order by the respective precinct comHUNTINGTON '& MORBUEAD :accommoda mitteeman, or, in his absence, by such tlons run dally. Democrat as the voters present may When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria. LEXINflTON & MORKUEAD fc LEXINGTON MT. STERLING accommodations run dullyex-ceptu-n Those precinct meetings When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. select. shall elect delegates to represent When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. uud THUOUail them in person and not by proxy, in When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. ushtiwtoti and New York CAUi tochange. trum without a Convention, which shall bo held in O W. Babnkt, O. L. Bbowm, each county on Saturday, the 20th of G. a.. Lexington, Ky. : Gen. Pass. Agent, 2 o'clock p. m at the August, 1892, at W.8. H Aim Bon, respective county soatB of the counG.A., Asnianu. &y. 1 it was or- Among the thousands of testimoni als of cures by Dr. Milo's New Heart Cure, is that of Nathan Allison, a n citizen of Glen Rock, Pa., who for years had shortness of breath, sleeplessness, pain in left side, shoulders, smothering spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and Liver Peter Jaquet, Pills, cured him. Salem, N. J., is another witness, who twenty years Huffered with Heart Disease, was pronounced incurable by physicians, death stared him in the face, could not lie down for fear of smothering to death. Immediately after using the New Cure he felt better and could lie down and sleep all night, and is now a well man. The Now Cure is sold, alpo a free book, by 2 J. W. Gayle. well-know- More then pays for Its use In the extra The best nnd only successful ever made for the tion of purpose. For sale by PRICE $5 00. CINCINNATI FRANKFORlf 1 FOR SALE. DISTILLERY, NOW for sale cheap. Only $4,000. bargain. Apply to A niro M.T.MITCHELL. Jan.23-tf- . Frankfort, Ky. s Get box. m- Frankfort, Georgetown lisle, and Paris, Fal- - Car- atrial A SMALL in operation, SOUR-MAS- H tfaysville, Cynthiana, mouth and Covington, CHAPMAN & WILLIA MSA3 DRUGGISTS- tickets yu DY CENTRAL ky- - midland- - Newport News & M'ssissippi Valley Co. PRESCRIPTION Washington, Philadelphia, Now York, Baltimore, Old Point and the GOODS TRAINS RUN STANDARD 1892. M TIME. I TIME TABLE TRAINS E AST. Lv. Frankfort Lv. Summit Lv. Elkhorn . . . A . JUNE-20- , I Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET ANDSUNDniES. Finest April V P M 1 M No. 1. 0.00 COO NO. 8. 3.80 3.3G 3.41 No. 7. 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.35 3.C0 3.V0 SODA WATER in Frankfort, I G V'' fb . -- v - a v t - T I Lv. Duvall Lv. Johnson Lv. Georgetown Lv. C. S. Depot I v. Newtown Lv. Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris Lv.Swltzer Lv.rtnmplng 6.18 b.ll Ground . , C.S2 . .B. 0. I I G.yJ G44 G 52 G.6G 7.UU S.48 4 02 4.09 4.14 4 22 4.U2 7.18 7.23 7.37 4.47 4.60 6.01 6.16 1 ..." i 1 Summit Ar. Frankfort Ar. A II I 1' M I 1 M TRAINS WEST. No. 2. iNo. 4 INo.8INo.12 c . 8.00 6.60 Lv. Paris 4.35 G.02 6.01 8.12 Ar. Elizabeth 8.1G G.0G Ar. Centervllle 5.10 8.24 5.25 6 14 Ar. Newtown G..T2 8.3G Ar. O S. Depot G.37 0.62 6.45 Ar. Georgetown . . B . 8.41 G.45 8.49 7.00 Ar. Johnson 8.54 6.61 7.15 Ar. Duvull G.68 Ar. Stamping Ground . 9.01 7.35 7.55 7.10 9.13 Ar. Swltzer 7.1G 9.19 8.10 Ar. Elkhorn 3.35 3.45 4.05 I M A i?j . . ,A . 9.25 9.33 7.22 7.30 8.20 8.80 WER h$ E. B. WEITZEL, 0. D. BER0AW, City Ticket Agent, Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Bupt. tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north, south and west. For further Information unnlr to their acents. A connects with L. & N. B connects with Q. & 0, nnd L. S. C connects with K. C. Effective July 24th, Punday trains leave Frank" fort 8:15 u. ni. nnd 3:30 p. m., arrive at George, town 9:10 a. m. and 4:22 p.m.; Purls 9:60 a. m. and 6:10 p. m. Le ivo Paris 10:10 a. in. nnd 6:30 p. in., arrive at Georgetown 10:55 a. m. and p, m.; Frankfort 11'50 a. m. and 7.00 p. in. Tho Kentucky Midland Railway and connec0.-0- k. . ,, ..T.. . ii