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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892073001 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. B? ;,v lsaji )'. V v rj n i ' 7 rKWJPwt'' The r Volume XV. Pea Ridge. Praiefort A WEEKLY PAPER Boundabout. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance t GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. ICY... FRANKFORT, JULY 30, 189. Number 47 - y v i f' r fe Our farmers have boon hauling and threshing wheat. Mr. Burge preached at the school-hous- e last Sunday, and will preach at The "Royal" Royal Baking the same place on the fourth Sunday in August at 4 p. m. is shown by all tests, official, scientific, and pracsooms to Pea Ridge Sunday-scho"bo a success as far as attendance is tical, stronger, purer, and better in every way concerned, and there would certainly be a large increase in scholars if wo than all other Baking Powders. Its superiority had enough teachers. Last Sunday there was an extra largo attendance is privately acknowledged by other manufacand but few teachers, not enough for tho number of classes. turers, and well known by all dealers. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Chllds and Mr. If some grocers try to sell another baking and Mrs. Wright, of Beech Ridge, viBited the Ridge and attended school ' powder in place of the " Royal," it is because of last Sunday. A book has been going tho rounds the greater profit. This of itself is good evidence of the Ridge so dilapidated, being literally read to pieceB. It is called of the superiority of the "Royal." To give greater Ten Men of Money Island, and is published in the interest of the profit the other must be a lower cost powder, and Peopla's Party. It is very ingeniously though obviously 'unfair, written, to cost less it must be made with cheaper and containing as it does a bitter denunciation of the creditor claBS. I o inferior materials, and thus, though selling for the principles seem to be two in number: 1st. Everything is wrong. same, give less value to the consumer. 2nd. We are the fellows to set them right. JLOOK. with suspicion upon every attempt to palm off Mrs. George Kerslake, of Lexington, who has been visiting her upon you any baking powder in place of the brother, Mr. John Edge, returned home last Monday. "Royal." There is no substitute for the "Royal." kindly obituary The Roundabout's notice of the la to Jeptba Robinson has been read and favorably com- spends on streets money enough that Struck by Lightning. mented on by our people. He was a in five years would make our streets Spy. man that everyone liked; the Scribe equal to Lexington's. On Tuesday afternoon about four .never heard any one bay a harsh or o'clock lightning struckabarn, on the concerning him, and it unkind word Advertised Letters at farm of the late George W.Robb near would be selfish for any one to claim Duckers, setting it on fire. The barri, Frankfort, Ky. .him as their friend, for he was everywith its contents, about twenty barone's friend. Below will be found a list of advertised rels of old corn, four tons of hay, a The recent disastrous explosion on letters for tho week ending July 30th, lot of oatB, farming implements, &c, the property of a tenant. Ed Dickey, .the Branch place, recorded in last 1892: The loss were entirely consumed. week's Roundabout, by which those Linn, J. Henry was entire as there was no insurance. two unfortunate young men, Sanders Branum, Chap. Midway Clipper. .and Foree, lost their lives, is certain Buford, Miss R. W. McQueen, Josh ua to be followed by a still more Orutcher, Mrs. McDonald, Miss Lizzie disastrous tragedy in various parts Henry How's Tliis! of the county. So many people have Chambers, J. L. Mooro, Pip carried loaded shells away from the Clark, Mrs. E. J. Martin, Sudg We ofler One Hundred Dollars Rescene of the explosion as relics, some Denny, Mrs. Mag Moore, Sam Reynold, G. gie ward for any case of Catarrh that of which are being used as mantol Dine, Mrs H. M. Rati if, Rosa M. Close &c. can not be cured by taking Hall's ornaments, Sudduth, James Observers have remarked that wrecks, Qreman, Jim Catarrh Cure. F. J. Oiieney&Co., Props., Toledo, O. ilres and tragedies occur in series of Hamilton, W. S. Storm, P. S. Lock Box 532 "which the lirat was a mere trifle Johnson, Bon We, the undersigned, have known Whon calling for these letters say ad- - F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and compared with those that followed. believe him perfectly honorable in The first explosion being in an open vortised. field only killed two victims, the all business transactions, and finan. M. Saffkli., cially able to carry out any obliganext being in a house will slaughter Postmaster. whole families. The time isrightsoon tions made by tho firm. .and the place is (with sorrow the West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Mrs. H. E. Welnian, Scribe records it) not far from Pea Toledo, Ohio .Ridge. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. No., 2 Linn St., Janesville,Wis., under Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interdate of June 16, writes the following: Arc You in If ; Kenyon &ThomaB,8irs: I was confined nally, acting directly upon the blood to my bed four months with inflamma- and mucous surfaces the If not, why not? Why don't you tion of the right ovary; had a good Price, 7oc. per bottle. of Sold system. by all always keep on hand a bottle of Dr. physician, tried almost everything, druggists. Cough Cure to allay Hale's Household your got very little help tho first irritation caused by a sudden Dr. Hale's Household until I triedabout Ointment, Worth Knovying. sold. This is the finest remedy in the has done world for every kind of cough. You four months ago.can It do quite a wonMany thousand people have found good feel the good effect of tho first dose, ders for me. II have every to a friend in Aunt Fanny's Health Reand by thorough using your cough is day's work. it will entirely reason mo. storer. cure that soon cured. 25 and 50c. bottles at believe also using your Dr. Hale's If you have never used this great Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. I am specific for the prevailing malady of Household Tea with good results. ' 3 the age, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Sincerely yours, Rheumatism, Oostivoness, Nervous, Mrs. H. B. Wellman. Teaching at Switzer. This great medicine is for sale at Exhaustion, Nervous Prostration, Sleeplessness and all diseases arising Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. from derangement of the stomach, 3 Miss Mary Morris, who was an liver and kidneys, we would be assistant teacher in the public school j pleased to give you a package of this To Mammoutli Cave. of this place last year, was chosen great nerve tonic free of charge. principal of tho district school at Chapman & Williams. 45 Tho Switzer, Franklin county. A speoial excursion to Mammoth Switzer district is quite a large one, Cave and return via L. & N. R. R., and an assistant teacher is also em- August 9th. Will leave Frankfort, Ky., For Sale Fiftoon acres of bottom ployed. This school opened on Mon- at 9:25 a. m. Roturning, leave Mam- land, situated about two miles weBt day last. Miss Morris is an excellent moth Cave August 11th at 8:15 a. m. ofFrankfort, on L. & N. Railroad, adlady and a competent teacher, and Fare for round trip $8. For further joining W. L. Collins. Will sell the we do not doubt that she will give particulars apply to wholo or in lots at a bargain. For particulars call on entire satisfaction to the patrons and W. V. Alexander, trustees of the sohool. Midway Agent. J. A. Coins, No Substitutes For Powder. I WER,SCOTT&FRAZEE, Lexington, Ky. . ol S. K. Corner Ma;n and Broadway, GEEAT CLOSING OUT SALE! To reduce stock, we will offer, .for thirty days, at strictly Cost Price, our line of f CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, LINOLEUMS. OIL CLOTHS AND DRAPERIES. i As the stock is complete in each department, with fresh, new goods, this is a rare opportunity to secure Genuine Bargains. Don't miss this sale, as the goods must be closed out, to make I room for fall purchases. Salesroom southeast corner Main and and Broadway, C. F. Brower & Co's old stand. Brower, Scott & Frazee, Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. bric-a-bra- c, T STRIKES are taking place, but -- none of such interest to the public as my strike against high prices on Builders' Hardware, Garden Tools, Ice Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers and M& vi. H "to e sl-- JOT & 9 Are the best and cheapest, and are only found at I J I M. P. GRAY'S Hardware Merchant, i Clipper. i , much cheapor than our present streets. The Standard Construction Which he is selling at prices that Company, now paving Loxineton, Wo have somo first class second bucrcrios and nhaotons for sale. cuarantoo their work and keep it in hand will astonish the repair for Ave years. Thoir work hero Call and see thorn if you want a bar- Mabtin Bros. needs no recommendation, it only gain. 30-tneeds to be seen. Frankfort annually i I To waste your money on vile, dirty, Or do you tremble and feel that you watery mixtures compounded by inare breaking; that your nervous sys- experienced persons, when you havo tem is giving way. If you havo a the opportunity of testing Otto's weak, nervous system the very best Cure free of 'charge. Why will you thing you can do is to begin y continue to irritate your throat and using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. lungs with that terrible hacking It Ib tho finest Norve Tonic known cough when Chapman & Williams and will restore you to health and will furnish you a freo sample bottle vigor. Don't delay. Got a free sam- of this great guaranteed romody? ple y at Carpenter's South Side Hold a bottle of Otto's Cure to the 3 Drug Store. light and observe its beautiful golden color and thick heavy syrup. Largest packages and purest goods. Lexington Letter. 45 Large bottlo 50c. Lexington, Ky., July 20th, 1802. Editor Roundabout: If the business men of Frankfort woro to soo tho splondid, smooth, clean, pavod streets in this city, they When Baby was sick, t6 garo her Castorla. would unite in a demand for paved When sho was a Child, she cried for Castorla. streets in Frankfort. When sho became Miss, Bho clung to Castorla. Certainly Main, St. Olair and a part When sho had Children, aho garo them Castorla. of Broadway ought to bo paved on the score of economy alone. Of courso it would cost, but it would bo to-dato-da- Is Your Nerve Steady, Shortsightedness. Millvillo, Ky. If you have a buggy, carriage or set of harness which needs repairing take it to the Kontuoky nuggy and Harness Company on east Broadway. All work promptly executed. 15-t- f. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. W.L. COPPERSMITH, THE JE-WELB- kMgww & Has just received a large invoice of the celebrated ROGERS' BROTHERS 1847 SPOONS, KNIVES FORKS, f. July 80-l- T' wmmwT t vyi; iiny Hjajfm srwtw p , '' IMCilTDTjLnx "'Wagons jME&bXTClOk, tf SELLING OUT AT COST. 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, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. The beginning of the Paper season, April 30th, we will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All oods sold on time will be charged at regular price. Oor. Main and Lewis Streets, 30tn BRO. C ,v E. COLLINS & -a. OPPOe the Farmers Bank, JCH fl v ' & i Kentucky. He will return to his pul- ing for Minnesota. They will re main several weeks at Lake Minne-tonkthe first Sunday in August. pit Miss Cordie Gannon has returned Mr. Henry Thomas, of Philadelfrom Lexington. Miss Georgia Albers, of Knoxville. phia, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. N. Tennessee, and Miss Annie Porter, of Miss Carrie Holt has returned from Crutcher, in Bellepoint. a visit to Shelbyvillo. Misses Kittie and Annie Galbraith Paris, Tennessee, are the guests of Lindsey has returned and Bettio Yarbrough are visiting Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis, at Miss Marian Belair, this county. from a trip to the East. friends in Owen county. Misses Emma Castleman and Susie Hon. W. O. Bradley, of Lancaster, Miss Maggie Rogers, who is spendand Travis Kavanaugh, accompanied was in the city, Tuesday. ing the heated term with friends near by Messrs. Sam Whitehead, Earl Mr. Harris Johnston, of Louisville, Purington, is improving. Rogers and Todd Crutcher, paid a spent Sunday in this city. Mr. Chas. E. Haff will leave next flying viBit to Versailles Monday. Hon. D. L. Thornton, of Versailles, week for a trip to the Adirondack Miss Mary J. Daviess has returned Mountains for his health. spent Tuesday in this city. from an extended visit to Frankfort, Mr. James Carpenter, of Chicago, Mr. D. B. Walcutt has gone to CoCovington and Mt. Sterling. . . . is visiting his brother, Mr. P. H. lumbus, Ohio, on business. Misses Arline Humphreys and Neppie on Shelby street. Miss Maud Smith, of Lexington, is Carpenter, Barkley are visiting Misses Willie Mrs. Albert Fall and children, of and Lena Stone, of Frankfort. visiting friends in this city. Mexico, are visiting Mrs. Taylor Georgetown Times, Mrs. Caldwell, of Alabama, is visit- New and daughter, Mrs. S. E. James. Mrs. Ensign Hugh Rodman is ing at Mr. D. 0. Crutcher's. Mr. Ben T. Farmer was quite ill the spending the summer at tfie Mrs. Richard Johnson left Thusday first of the week, but is a great deal Hotel, Hull, Massachusetts, for Ireland to visit relatives. better, and will be out in a day or while Ensign Rodman is engaged on Miss WicklifTe, of Greenville, Miss., two. survey work in Boston harbor, on the is with Mrs. Joseph H. Lewis. Misses Gertrude B. and Anna P. U. S. Steamer Endeavor, which ena Mrs. P. H. Newman returned Wed- Ledridge left Tuesday for Lee and bles him to spend a good portion of nesday evening from Chicago. Montgomery counties to visit rela- his time ashore with her. Miss Mary Phillips, of Lexington, tives. isvisitinc: relatives in this city. Mrs. John M. Todd, of Louisville, Tliere Mr. M. Busam and wife left Thurs- spent Tuesday in this city on her Rev. Sam Jones will be at the Kenway to visit friends in Woodford day for a trip to Niagara Falls. tucky Palisades (High Bridge) toMr. Phil. H. Carpenter returned county. He will doubtTuesday from a trip to Chicago. Miss Belle Giltner has returned day and big crowds. Mr. John E. Day, of Chicago, was from a visit of several weeks to rela- less draw tives in Lexington and Fayette in the city the first of the week. Noted Evangelist. county. Miss Lillie Martin, of Muhlenberg, Miss Sallie Rawlins, of Rowan is visiting Miss Lou. B. Cromwell. Elder Martin, the celebrated Mis county, is visiting her sister, Mrs. souri evangelist, is preaching every Miss Ella Callahan has returned Jas. Costicran. near the Forks of night to immense congregations in from a visit to friends in Louisville. Elkhorn. the Paris Opera House. Miss Jouette Hearn, of GeorgeMr. Martin D. Hardin and guest, town, is visiting friends in thiB city. Mr. Al. Brennon, of Louisville, have Deadly Ice Cream. Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Crutcher have returned from a short visit to gone to New York and Atlantic City. The entire family of Enoch West, Mr. Rufus S. Frazier, of Shelby Mrs. W. B. Cheatham and little a wealthy farmer living near Coving county, is viBiting friends in this city. daughter, Miss Bessie, of Louisville, ) ton, was poisoned by eating ice Mrs. Thos. B. Rodman has returned have been visiting Mrs. Jas. Rodman cream, Tuesday night. Miss Fannie Spillman, a guest, died in awful pain from a viBit to relatives in Mt. Sterl- this week. ing. Miss Beatrice Ready returned to at midnight, and the rest suffered Mrs. S. T. Railey, of Denver, Col- her home in Louisville Wednesday, greatly, but will recover. orado, is visiting relatives in this after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Geo. Pem-berto- n' To-morrow. Har-rodsbur- g. Personals. GOOD THINGS ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, ',. . m w m THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. IN" VM vfl wii OUR STOCK IS hundieds LIKE A STREAM take from it, yet it never diminishes. This, of course, is because there is a never-dyin- g spring of supply that feeds the stream. STREAMS STAGNATE '! M- - . u tt3 SLUGGISH So do sluggish stocks They become decayed. They are not fit for commercial use any more than decayed meat. Finally, they are known as "dead." CONSTANT MOTION "vft 'WJ '.' ,.!t.' It .Xi.' t . and a constant flow of trade keeps a stock in best condition. We have no dead stock, because our stock never stands still. It is always flowing out and flowing in. IN THE BEST CONDITION KEEPS WATER . ui ir ! um "W M'&S .: ,?'.Vi -- ';' && "- tf ffl .n-J- a city. Miss Maud Wayts, of Georgetown, is visiting Miss Mattie Jones this week. Miss Leona Jett has returned from a viBit of several weeks to Old Point Comfort. Miss Lizzie Wallace, of Versailles, is visiting Miss Sue Lillis, on Arling- and W. H. McClure Tuesday evening from their returned trip to Boston, New York and other eastern cities. Mr. John W. McEwan, who has been in feeble health for the past year, has been confined to the house for the piiBt week. Mr. Wiley 0. Williams' child, which ton Heights, has been very ill at the residence of Miss Lillie Cromwell, of Lexington, L. B. Marshall, near this city, is is visiting Mrs. George A. Lewis, 421 Mf. improving Blowly. Second street. Miss Annie Todd Kelley, of Rev. H. G. Henderson returned is visiting her cousin, Miss Monday from a two weeks' visit to Hattio McClure, corner of Washingthe mountains. ton and Broadway. Misses Maggie and Louisa Daniel Mr. J. H.Williamson and wife left left Thursday for Rowan county to Sunday evening on the Steamer Falls visit relatives. City to visit his son, Dr. Henry WilMollie W. Dryden returned liamson, in Boone county. Miss yesterday from a visit to relatives in City Clerk Chas. G. Payne and wife Oldham county. left Thursday for a two weeks' visit M. Turner and his nephew, to Niagara Falls, Toronto, Montreal Prof. T. Bennett Mosely, left Tuesday morn- and other points in Canada. ing for Virginia. Mr. Leo A. Owen and wife, of Mary pepper and Jett's, have just returned from an Misses Laura and Mr. R. P. Popper, jr., leave soon for extended trip to Middlesborough, Cumberland Gap and Tennessee. Naragansett Pier. Mrs. N. J. Sawyior, accompanied "Miss Nettie Hughes, who has been Lexington, by Mrs. Maria Campbell, of Covingvisiting Miss Cohen, in ton, left Monday for Bensonhurst, returns home Long Island, to visit Mrs. Hawthorne Rev. W. 0. Taylor and wife return- Hill. ed from Now York Wednesday and Col. L. P. Tarlton and wife and Miss to attend the Summer ho goes y Christine Reynolds, left Sunday even Bible Convention, at Williamsburg, Hop-kinsville, to-da- y. to-da- B. Salender. Messrs. R. K. Sudden Death. well-know- n DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVANTAGE of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading with. -; V," i i woSallie Owsley, a man of the town, was found dead in bed yesterday morn ing, at her homo on Wilkinson street. She was about seventy years of ago and had been a resident of this city for many years. Coroner Dehoney hold an inquest upon the body, and the jury returned a verdict of death from heart fail- R. K. McCLURE 9 Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. ' M ure. Tlie Old Original Remedy Leads. Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about "gormB," "baccilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, and for years has been, making more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be deceived. "Mi-crobi- ," "'4 Capital City Business EsaruBXiisxacEnD College. ie9i. m Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, Fired Him. J. Allan Darnaby, the young playThos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, wright of Lexington, has been from the Broadway Christian Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. on account of his participaChurch tion in theatrical entertainments. If Business Correspondence, Shorthand, Business writing, in addition to the other offense ho Book-keepinCommercial Law, Typewriting, had in contemplation the writing of miserable play as a Arithmetic, Spelling, eto. Grammar, another such "Woman's Way" his sentence was pupils encouraged, advanced student just, and everyone who has seen that Night school from September to June. Tlie backward Application made ThoIncorporation. for finished. Diplomas nwarded. Catalogue In press. We have the bett homo school of business In the State of Kentucky. piece produced will say amen. ex-poll- g, w iia 'iY,iy?L i t fc' Xh '.JJimitdxiitt'tti.' '&& 'i. . yr " -- - ' SPRIHG HATS! ISmJJL jljljl & wooem s Domestic G-oo- ol SPRING NECKWEAR! Imported Horn. 1892, to Mr. -- .U a-n- ci Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. to have you look at them. Would be pleased HUD SON. HUM PHRIES &, CASSELL! In this city, on Tuesday, July 26, Jud. Brislan and wife, a son; weight 12 pounds. Mustered Out. fer -- The three years term of service for which the Johnson Guards Company H of the Second Regiment Kentucky State Guard enlisted having expired, they, together with the drum corps, were mustered out of service on Thursday evening by Lieutenant Colonel 0. Gran. Graham and Adjutant J. Wit. Shipman. -- A Guaranteed Cure for Plies of whatever kind or degree External, Interim, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, Receptor Hereditary. This Remedy has positively never been known to full. $1.00 a box, G boxes, for $5.00; sent by mnll prepaid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to refund the $0.00 paid if not cured. Guarantee issued by J. W. GAYLE. andLECOMPTE& OAYLE CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. lC-l- WCURE plf Kentucky Boggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy BUGGIES, HAMESS A1H FAUM IMPLEMENTS ajt prices. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. .60 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y J. W. Gayle'a, Frankfort, Ky. the nerves. A new discovery. Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though 45-l- Beautiful Pictures. Mr. Robert Burns Wilson has had on exhibition for several days, in the school rooms at Dudley Institute, a number of elegant water color pictures from his own brush, and quite a large number of our citizens went Married. over and viewed the beautiful sight. Last night a number of them were Mr. Jose Aubrey, of this city, and offered at public sale and the remainMiss Lena Dickerson, of Bellepoint, Go der will be closed out over and purchase a handsome orna- were married in Jeffersonville, Indiana, on Tuesday. ment for your home. m Mr. Wyatt Musselman and Miss Susie Butler, of the Switzor neigh From a Blast. borhood, were married at the resiA blast set off in the quarry at the dence of Mr. Ohas. Johnson, in this west end of the railroad bridgo, yes- city, on Wednesday morning, by Rev. terday morning, throw a large stone H. G. Henderson. clear up on High View, which alightMr. Dennis Harrod, of Bald Knob, ed on the roof of Mrs. Lucy J. Con- was married Thursday morning to nor's residence, breaking a large Mrs. Pernotte Goins, of the Antioch lole in the same. This is the sec- nighborhood, at tho residence of Mrs. ond or third time that the same Ellen Moore, of Bellepoint, Rev. H. thing has happened, and it is becom- G. Henderson officiating. ing monotonous, as the lives of the inmates of the house are constantly At High Bridge. in danger. The loads should be made lighter, or care taken to see that the Tho Nichola8ville Journal gives the irocks do not fly so high. following among the list of campers to-da- y. m tution, requires that all elections hereafter shall be held on the Tuesday after the first Monday in NovemSUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRTJTCHER & CO. ber and must be by secret ballot. The Legislature having failed to pass the charter of cities of the third Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. class, which will put in force tho provisions of the Constitution in regard to municipal elections, it is the t March opinion of the Attorney General that the election for Marshal" this year u WELL BRED, SOON W ED." GIRLS WHO USE must be held under the old law. Mr. B. B. Jeffers is the Democratic nominee for the position and Mr. Alex. Innes is the Republican candidate, the latter having been nominated by a Republican convention held on Wednesday night. e. You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. xzrvtt sroTJiEe BICYCLES janor&afrsr p.iitted. 26-t- SAPOLIO House-Cleanin-g til Are Quickly Married Hext July2-lr- . Try It In "STour 1,' ..,- A few Light Ones! Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter, DIXIE'S FAVORITE. FOR THE WOODS OF THE SOUTf IT HS f0 EQUAL Thpatent by which this Saw is protected consists of a depression of tho faco of tho cutting teeth through tho center from point to base, thus removing all friction while-iuse, giving strength and stillness to the teeth and increasing three-fol- d tho durability of tho "set." WE CHALLENGE THE WOULD to produce a Saw n ' H H THE "GHOST," weight 21 pounds. ORMONDE, weight 2 pounds. Holds eighty worlds records, made In 1891. CLEVELAND, NO. 4, weight 32 pounds. THOROUGHBRED PHCENIX,31Mi pounds. UNION 2M0,weIht 33 pounds. LIBERTY, weight 35 pounds. PILGRIM, weight 39 pounds. RAMBLER, weight 39 pounds. equaling tho ATJUA'S FAST CUTTING DEXTER. CJfcUTCIIER & ROBERTS Itonndabout olHce,217j St. Clair street, AGKNTs IMS r.3s Jur. slIvcp per foot. Unndles, 'tSpeclnlSteel, Inclndinfr Handles, 81.00 per foot. Steel, Without .75 Tho largo demand for tho Atkins Concave Toorn Dexter Saw has led competitors to malco inferior Saws which they claim "as good as the Dexter." These imitation Saws aro mado from a tower grado of steel, inferior workmanship, and without the patent concave tooth. Ask your hardware dealer for tho "Atkins Dexter" and take- no other. If tho dealer will not order it for you, remit amount with order direct to us. fk 1802, Died. In this city, on Friday, July 22, Mary Elizabeth, infant daughter of Thos. Heffner and wife, aged ton months. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon from the Church of the Good Shepherd. Mrs. Kate Conway, wife of Oabbell B. Conway, late of Lawrencoburg, died Thursday aftornoon, at 10 minutes after 5 o'clock, at the residence of her parents, Mr. Lucas Weitzol and wife, in this city, after a lingering illness with consumption, leaving two small children to the care of lier widowed husband. The funeral will take place this morning at 9 o'clock from the Ohuroh of tho Good Shepherd. Cot- Prince Wells, 1 E. Poorman, tage No. 10, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. FarLouisville. Cincinnati. mer and twins and Miss Ida Crockett, Frankfort; Misses Locket Smith and Jennie Armstrong, McAfee; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McOliesnoy and daughter, Paris; Miss Sallie Coleman and Mr. The Qutek an4 direct rout from M. F. Chilton and wife, Robb's Station, Ky. Mrs. Farmer and children LODISIILLE Til ME M TEXAS' returned homo Wednesday, having Ono hundred aid fifty mllta been summoned on account of tho illness of her husband. SHORTEST TO LITTLE HOCK. at High Bridge Camp-Meetin- g: BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. MMUimLllill F. ATKINQ QL jV., I, n. U0 & Pfl 12-C- ManipoBs, Ind. .Minneapolis, Minn. Memphis, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn Men. e. 0. w. Fall In Wheat. The largo warehouse of Col. W. E. Simms, at Paris, collapsed on Wedblue-gras- And Um only rest Without Change of Cars. U are going to Election Monday. An election will be held on Monday for the purpose of selecting a Marshal of tho city of Frankfort. It will probably be tho last August eleotion held in this city and also the last viva voce election, as tho now election law, passed in compliance with roquirmonts of tho new Oonsti- - jou emigrate to nesday night, letting twenty thousand bushels of wheat and five thousand Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. s buBhols of seed fall into Austin, Houstin, tho collar. The loss will roach up HPHTS SCHOOL FURNISHES THE ELEMENTS OF AN This U th into tho thousands. J oducation for boys and young men who desire to enter A carpenter by the namo of M. S. CHEAPEST AND JiEST ROUTE Powers fell from tho roof of a house Ko chne ot car to in East Dos Moines, Iowa, and sustained a painful and serious sprain of MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS the wrist, which ho cured with one The Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBER, the 15th AHD NEW 0RLEAN8. bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. 1892. For Catalogues, address Ho says it is worth $5 a bottlo. It cost him 50 cents. For sale by J. W. I further Information, addrets Gayle, Druggist. C. P. ATMORE, G.P.T.A., LOOiaVILUC. UUiTUCXT Frankfort, Kentucky. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.' FRflnTlLEniY Colleges and Universities. 4 43-l- Andrew Fuller Case. V"J"J W ' ?( ('' formerly of louisvillo, but for the paBt eight or ten years has been a i 4 ,4 Bar Association. The Bar Association met in pursuance to the adjourning resolution, Col. John L. Scott, President. L. F. Johnson was elected Secretary pro tem. Col. Thomas Ford presented the following resolutions, which wore adopted: Whereas, The members of the Frankfort bar propose to organize a bar association for the purpose of elevating the practice and the standard of the bar, and the mode of practice in our Courts; therefore be post-offlo- TiiPJ Km c Okf: iMFOKT ROUNDABOUT, o tjn4 at the ms socoiid-clas- a at Frankfort, Kentuokj. mailable matter. resident of this city. Attention, Teachers. The examination of applicants to teach in the Common Schools of this county will be held in this city on Friday next, August 6th. l5?&SIWS5i& rfBO. A. LEWIS a Editor and Publisher. SO, FRANKFORT, JULY 1892. A New Departure. 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 work, Buch as letter heads, bill heads, note heads, cards, envelopes, checks, certificates of stock, &c. The work will be gotten up in the latest stylo and on short notice. If you arc in need of any thing in that line call and examine our samples before ordering. Just a Little Warm. The thermometer on Sunday and Monday registered 97 in the shade and in the sun something over 100. The thunder storm of Monday afternoon caused the mercury in the thermometer in this office to drop 20 in a very few minutes. for Infants and Children Castor! cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di portion. Without injurious medication. H For several years I have recommended your ' Caatoria, ' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pardbs. M. D., "Tho Wlnthrop," 185th Street and 7th Are., New York City. German Sermon. SHOT IN THE DER. Ex-Wif- e. Rev. Paul Schenke, of Lexington, the Lutheran Minister, will preach at the Southern Presbyterian Church Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The entire service will be conducted in all of our Gorman citiSHOUL- - German and zens are invited to attend. officers elected. Resolved, That these resolutions be Azra, the winner of the Kentucky Derby atLouisvilleinthe spring, won published in the city papers For some time past Mr. Dennis F. The Association adjourned to meet Bailey, an of the Peace in the Tar vis Stake at Saratoga, New next Saturday, July 30, 1892, at 3 the Balk Knob precinct, and his wife York, on Monday. Azra is in charge o'clock p. m. Chairman. have not been getting along amicably of Mr. John Morris, of this city, L. F. Jown L. Scott, pro tem. Johnson, Sec'y who has been running him this season, and they determined to separate. A and, also has an interest in his winsuit for divorce was instituted but Waking Up. Thinks We the petition was denied by the Court nings. Col. George L. Willis, in his letter at its last term. The pair continued Arrested. to the Louisville Times of Monday, to live apart, but 'Squire Bailey being under the influence of liquor went to A man by the name of Tom Jones, has this to say of Frankfort: her homo near Antioch Tuesday after- who claimed to be from New Castle, Frankfort is becoming reconciled noon, and accused her of improper was arrested Wednesday by Deputy to the stay of the Legislature, and, its presence so conduct, which she denied. Hot Constable D. H. Harrod upon the for that matter, iswith more agitation long as there name of J. T. of the old capital no words followed, when Bailey drew charge of forging the removal skeleton. a pistol and fired at the womanr the Riner, of Ploasureville, to numerous The town even begins to show a CULL SEE RND .ball striking her in the left shoulder checks. He had succeeded in getting spirit of enterprise, and that, too, enervating and coming out of her back just several of them cashed by securing in the midst of the mostcontract for weather imaginable. A below the shoulder blade, inflicting a ' the indorsement of people who knew a street car line to thread all the serious but not necessarily fatal him. principal streets and the suburbs has been let, and the work is already . wound. The woman then closed in Ready For Business. Judge Lindsay has engineered on Bailey, wrenching the pistol from a bill through allowing this and other his hand and fired the four remaining third-clas- s cities to issue bonds for charges into the air to prevent him The Frankfort Cornet Band have street reconstruction, and a new doing her further harm. A neighbor reorganized, with several new mem- bridge is one of the possibilities of the ' came to town and reported the bers and have elected Mr. Alex. current year. affair to the authorities and Deputy Snyder as leader and Mr. Henry i Recruiting Station. t Constable H. Davis Harrod and Abler as business manager. The latter gentleman will receive all Officer Hub. Whittington went out Consumption Cured. Lieutenant Detchmendyof tho 6th and arrested Bailey and lodged him orders. When our citizens need U. S. Infantry, has opened a recruiti'J be!!!?vo ' ,0 be ono ot the best medicines brass or string music they should years ugo. said T.ne Pnyhlclnus, in jail. ing office at the Custom House in wife had consumption, tw.i lungs affected. my both 1 give him a call. have to send outh for m this city for the purpose of enlisting keep had alive, her since she several springs to Inr but lias been taking A Brave Boy. men for the United States Army. jUdam's Microbeto Killer she has been right at in Louisville. home attending her business, and Is In better The office is in charge of Corporal health tliun she has been In 20 years. Mrs. Jas. Pefler, who reside near "It. T. POOLE, Cedartown. Go." The lumber yard of Messrs. W. J. Pearson and Private John P. Kirk, Bloomington, this county, went out Several Diseases Cured. Saturday morning to milk a cow Hughes & Sons, in Louisville, was who can be found there almost any "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of medicine. Having been a sufferer from which had a young calf, when the partially destroyed by fire on Tues- time,' while Lieut. Detchmendy will your lungs, bronchial infection and Indigestion, day night; supposed to be the work come down from Lexington, where weak taking cow attacked, knocked her down, after Microbe Killer all The senior mem- he has another offlce,every few days. symtoms have entirely disappeared. of the above gored her in the side, breaking a rib of an incendiary. " ours. etc.. THOS. L. DAVIS, in two places, besides bruising her ber of the firm is Mr. W. J. Hughes, They expect to keep the office open "Janitor Howard Memorial Library. up terribly. She would probably have of this city, also senior member of here about two months. "New Orleans, La." been killed had not Johnnie McComb, the lumber firm of W. J. Hughes & Asthma and Catarrh Cured. The Wind's Work. d a little son of a neigh- Co., on Wilkerson street. Their loss "I luive been suuVrer from asthma and catarrh, for more than two dollars, past, getting bor, who happened to be there, is about fifteen thousand storm Monday after- moat of my sleep sitting uu In hedorreclli.lngln The thunder a chair. I hae used one Jug of Hidain's Microbe caught up a piece of fence rail and covered by insurance. noon was the heaviest ever known Killer, nnd f r the lust three weeks have been beat the cow off. Ho assisted Mrs sleeping soundly and part of this child. I naturally, my relief to thesweetly ai a in the north-easterNew Bottling: House. remedy, and attribute Peffer in getting to the house, then county. It was accompanied by a heartily recommend It to any one huffering from mounted a horse and came to this Messrs. W. A. Gaines & Co. will in heavy gale of wind, which blew down asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. 'Respectfully, city for her husband, who had left a few days begin the erection of a three large locust, two large cherry, "EDWIN a MOORE, "Cashier in Dank of Adalrville. Ga." home only a few minutes before hiB large three-storbrick building in a peach and several pear trees in the wife went out to milk the cow. Fever and Flux Cured. the rear of their office on Main yard and immediately around the "I cheerfully testify that after tiklng Microbe The brave little fellow showed that street, with the front of the building house of Mr. Robert Church, who Killer for lllteen days I urn entirely cured, after years he is possessed of the right kind of on Lewis being and will lives about three miles from this city during idek twotime I with malarial street, which grit, and will yet make a good and bo used for the bottling of Old Crow on the Owenton pike. It required llux. etc.which atendedcontracted other diseases, I was during this time by three city without being useful citizen. and Hermitage whiskies, and the five hours' labor of an axman to clear of tliobest doctors of the "WJl.DOHEHTY. "10 Celeste r t., New Orleans. La." same will be supplied with all the away the debris from aboutthe premTobacco Prospects. Mr. Madam's Microbe Killer Cures all latest improved machinery and ises. Diseases by Removing tho Cause. appliances for the purpose. They Mr. G. R. Lucas, of Owen county, will also erect a large elevator at the Send 2 cnts stamp for circular and the Delegates Elected. Mlciobe Wnr. shows what disease Is and what the was in the city on Wednesday, and Hermitage Distillery for the unloadremedy must be, and do. tucure it. Itead it, At a meeting of tho Garfield Re- circulate It and you wfll the discoverer for saving stated to the Roundabout that he ing of coal and grain. jourllfrt. ddress publican League Club Saturday night, MICltOHE KILL 'It. Nashville. Tenn. had just returned from a trip through or LECOMPTE.V: W. GAYLE J. Owen, Grant and Carroll counties the following delegates were elected hole agents for Franklin coui t). GAYLECO. Dead Sea Fruits. Jan, and found that there is the poorest They slay multitudes when they are the pro- to the State League that meets at prospect for tobacco this season that duct ot neglect of Incipient diseases. A "slight"- Lexington on Augudt 10th: or constlcold. lit of Indigestion, uilllou"! J. M. Saffell. Richard Morris, Tom. he ever knew in those counties. He patlon each or any of these "minor ailments" R. Todd, N. I. McDaniel, B. M. Drane, said there are gpod crops of corn, advance In many cases with wheat and oats in Owen, but the strides." Give them a swift, early defeat with B. 0. Milam, M. P. Gray, 0. A. Nelson, I. T. West, Geo. A. Lewis, Theo. tobacco is almoBt a failure. The Hostetter's stomach Bitters and avert the ger. Abernethy administered an alarming supposed to be that the Cuke to the man who informed him that he had Wylie, McKenzio Todd, Charles is "only cold!" "Only cold." repeated the Grant Roberts, Jerome oaarae uiseasea in tne oeu, tor a..Wimt would uyou have-t-he plague:" Weitzel, easily extinguish grippe and many of them are now dvincr it niieumatlsm ami laWhy are allow them to get Weitzel, J. M. Weitzel, S. S. Shepherd, ihen start. Dh. E. C. West's Nkuykanu Bkain Thkat-menthe patch, borne farmers in hiB able at the of stoim? rut on the brakes with A.B.Hammond. up n full head ft guaranteed speclllc for listeria, Dizziwarmth which this he the Hitters. ness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. nave given up tneir ,,.,, inHii,i .iinnsM tiirnnch the system, tho Headache, Nenous Prostiiitlon caused by the tiso Hazel Green Fair. tobacco crops entirely and gone to impetus It gives to the circulation of the blood, of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental DeIts soothing and strengthening eilect upon tne pression, Koftc Mug of tho Drain resulting In Inwork in a dry house, deeming it a nervous system, specially recommends it untie enmisery, The RoUNDAB out acknowledges sanity and leading toBarreness.decay and death, feebled und sick. 'TIs the great speclllc for maLoss of Power Premature Old Ash. waste of labor to undertake to make laria. In either sex, Involuntary Loshch and Spermathe receipt of a complimentary tick- torrhoea caused by of the brain, anything out of them. or Hach box contains et to tho Hazel Green Fair which will SelfMutilation. month's treatment. $1.00 commence September 27th, to con- one $5 00, sent by mall prepaid a box. or six boxes 011 receipt of price. for Will Wed Wednesday. Tuesday afternoon Thomas Wall, a tinue four days. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. Maj. William E. Bradley and Miss negro convict confined in the PeniTo cure any case. With each orderrocelved by us for six boxes, accompanied $5.00, we Mamie L. Hawkins, of this city, will tentiary, placed his hand upon a Read Hie Own Obituary. send the purchaser our writwith guuruntee towill ten money if the treatment does not effect tho be married on Wednesday next, block, took a hatchet and chopped is a prominent a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE Mr. fc GAYLE August 3d, at tho residence of Mr. three fingers off to keep from work- - young Albert Owens Winneoago Oity, CO., und J. W. GAYLE, farmer near Adolph Snead, in Now Albany, In-- 1 ing at his daily task. Tho job was so Minn Ho spent hundreds of dollars i'runktort, Ky. diana. After the ceremony they badly done that Dr. Waller Dado, the in endeavoring to recover from nervous prostration, and a year ago he will leave for an extended trip ' prison physician, had to yia so low through the North and West, return the fingers, and cqmpelled Wall to reached thothat a report of his death Wewlllpaytheabovo reward for any case Ineditor of tho Winnebago Liver Complaint, Dyspepbla, Sick Heada;he, of ing here to reside early in the fall. submit to the operation without Press News. An obituary of Mr. digestion, Constipation, or Costiveuess wo cannot curewlth when The groom is tho junior member chloroform as a punishment for so Owens appeared in that paper, and directions West's Vegetable Liver Pills, They the are strictly complied irj was read by him. While in this con- tluroly Vegetable, and nover fallwith. satlsfac-I'on- . y mutilating himBolf. to give and manager of the firm of Sugar Coaled. Largo boxes, containing SO ho began taking Dr. Miles' s Wall has nineteen years to servo dition Co., and one of our Restorative Remedies, and in a short pills, 23 cents. Bewar.-o-f counterfeits ami imionly by men while the bride is the and had been employed in the time was a well man. Says ho never tations. The 0.genuine manufacturedCHICAGO, WEST COMPANY, THE JOHN Korsalo by all druggist. now. ILL. daughter of tho late Major Hawkins, varnishing room of tho chair factory. felt better than 'Squire Bailey Attempts to Kill His ex-Justi- ce Won Anotlier Race. Resolved, That this meeting adjourn until next Saturday, at a p in., at which time the committee heretofore appointed for the purpose of formulating articles of incorporation, bo directed to report the same to said ad journed .meeting in accordance with the provisions of the new corporation law lately passed by our Legislature and now in the hands of the Governor for his approval. Resolved, That James A. Violett, Esq., be requested by this meeting to deliver a lecture at our next meeting upon the Decorum of the Court Rjom, or any other appropriate subject that he may think proper. Resolved. That this Bar Association be organized next Saturday and it 'CaatoriaUso well adapted to children that I recommend It aa superior to any prescription known to mo." H. A. Aitcnxa, H. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. ot supererogation to endorse It. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Costorla within easy reach." Carlos Haktth, D.D., New York City. Tastor Bloomlncdalo Reformed Church. Late Its merits go well known -- K "The use of 'Castor!' la bo untTersal and that it seems a work 3 Tire Cnrwura Coutjlkt, 77 Morrat Street, New York. Feb. 13-- 1 y. FranKfni! Furniture Dlamifacfufii SO. are Have opened Sale Kooms on Ann Street, Forger near Christian. Church. ' .. "! .fc 'Wj m Iw ft V1" ID TWO-STOItY B GET PlIKiES. '"' m $ . bo-gun- CUBES ALL House and Lot Fur Sale. '1 'HE Kit v MK RESIDENCE. CON- 1 t.iluing twelve room's, ce lar and misement. on Washington streer next door to the Episcopal p.irM).iage. Is offered for sale at a bargain. Kor terms apply to Mny28-2- m is Si DISEASES! W. ANDERSON GAINSS. Rob't. B. Franklin iX7-3TEJ22- T n-i- y t .'V iSi 1 Fire Frankfort, Ky. E. G. MATTERS, " M yv Ml ML f T MV. J'JC3tbJ Fit MOST Iff QUAITXTT. irulBT, oloven-year-ol- 11 s 334 MAIN STREET, n FRANKFORT, KY. naTtsqciuxT. i y WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM bene-lltte- d, VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Prtputdlir EICHABD80S.TATLOB FOR 20 YEARS HAU-lM'- S BOLD EVERYWHERE. LOCK. HID. CO,, ST. lfi-j- 11 LEXINGTON, KY J m 8? j "league-destroyin- doc-piuui- B t, , I self-abu- flug. 30, 31, Sept. IiJ1UIIv 1, rnec the rinst day. 2, 3 w ', ; 1 Competition Open to the World, FresI The Most Attraotlvo Program Evor Offered ro-fu- $500 Reward! TWO RACES EACH DAYF FREE! LADIES AND CHILDREN ADMITTED Bpoolnl Trains on All Railroads Allen-Bradle- ut Exourslon riatoa, nd utilogua, for further Inforsutloa tiittst tin ZtutUij, proml-husines- GEO. H. WHITNEY, ProBldont. THOS. L. MABTIN, Seoretary. July ie. 10-l- m jk 5-;' !KJ? n.tjuu 'W2' rv & Dwfl:a,stm EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR FOR EVERY THING--- IDE.A.XjEE'.S BarotHei s - ON" WHEELS.- - AU I3ST- - OIF1 !E3"V:E3:E2"2r w. if 8-- . Golumbiis Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. BRH XFTXOliT WE GUARANTEE .Good work at moderate prices Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- ries ana JLiirnt carriages. The H. H. Babcock Co., Broom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Vic-- . and that every vehicle we sell shall be the torias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. TIME TABLE. The following time tnble is now effect upon the L. &, N. road: TBAINB BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. in Teacher's Institute. Religious. h WE8T. ?." No.281eaveaFrnnkfort No. 17 loaves Frnnkfort "No. 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINB EAST. 5:50 9:40 3:00 7:38 10:10 4:36 7.48 9:15 a. m p. m a. m p.m. a. m. No.l81eavos Frankfort.... No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... No. 22 leaves Frankfort Nob. 28, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati. Xos. 23 and 21 connect p. m. p. n. p. ru. The Franklin County Teachers' iWe would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ot churchesin the Institute will bo held at the Public city if they would furnish us with any School Building, commencing on announcement which they may wish Monday, August29th, and continuing made.1 during the week. The meeting has been fixed several weeks earlier this OmHioiiaxn Church The congreyear so that the session will not in gation will assemble at 10:30 o'clock for terfere with tho schools, which com- the celebration of the Lord's Supper. mence tho week following. No service at night. JACOB SWIGJERT&CO., Have Removed From the BalzeO Building OOSr -- at Anohorage for Bloorafiold Branch. ItEE3 W. W. Alexamdeb, Agent. Rev. Paul Schenke, German Lutheran, of Lexington, will preach at the Souhthern Presbyterian Church Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his morning at 11 pulpit o'clock. Union service at night. w 401 MATTT tdULlOEZEZr TO fflD 102 MN3TEET feBftiemeni of fhm CKjdtalHKfaS.- - -- SttAiNKtfUliT KOUINOABUIjI FRANKFORT, JULY 30, 1892. Southern Presbyterian Church short time. ?mJ 9They will fill this space wkh a for disease without medicine. Write for full particulars to A cure DuBois & Webb, Room 10, Morton Block, Corner Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville, Ky. Little Ones Entertained. Mies Laara Hughes entertained Cow Lost. quite a number of her young friendB parents on A at the residence of her red and white spotted cow, with Second stneefc Wednesday evening. the tip of one horn broken off, and about three years old, strayed from Versailles Fair. the premises of Mrs. L. Correns, who street, between The first exhibition of the Versail- resides on Logan Second and Third streets, several les Fair and Trotting Association liberal takes place next week, beginning on weeks ago. Areturn orreward will be any informapaid for her Tuesday and continuing four days. tion left at this office which will enaThe Midway Clipper will Ibsuo a daily ble the owner to get her. The cow edition during the fair. part Alderny. - Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, will occupy the pulpit at Ascension Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at 8:00 DWARD CLAASSEN, ZFZK.aTIO.X p. m. The union services will bo held evening at 8 o'clock in the Southern Presbyterian Church, and Rev. Dr. J. McClusky Blayney will liver the discourse. de- Plumber, GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets, PIPE AND FITTINGS. ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Rev. J. McClusky Blayney, D. D. GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, KENlUGK'i . the pastor, will occupy his pulpit Opposite State House. morning at 11 o'clock, First Presbyterian Church is No Bervlce at;night. August xxth. Miss Annie Firestone, of this city, and Mr. Robert A. Hicks, of Louisville, will be married at the homo of the bride's parents in this city, on the above date, at 6:80 o'clock, and leave the same evening for their future home in Louisville. i Close SHave. A strong gust of wind Tuesday morning blew the heavy iron top off a ventilator on the roof of the Custom House, and in its descent to the ground it came near falling upon several persons standing at the east entrance to the Custom House. . m Good Looks. Good looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the Liver be inactive, you have a BiliouB Look, if your stomach be disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look and it your kidneys be afflicted you have a Pinched Look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and Tonic, acts directly on these vital organs. Cures Pinplos, Blotches, Boils Sold and gives a good complexion. Oabpenteu's Drug Storo. 4 at Phil. Appealed His Case. f Dr. J. L. Massie has taken an appeal from the aotion of the Owen Circuit Court in finding him guilty and sentencing him to the Penitentiary for life for the killing of Jesse Honaker. Pending the appeal he has been brought bnck to jail in thte city. Col. Johnston's mates. Class- Hon. Goorgo Shiras, jr., of Ponn. sylvania, recently appointed by the President as Justice of tho Supremo Court, and Hon. Andrew D. White, of New York, rocently appointed Minister to Russia, both graduated in the same class with Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, formerly of this city, from Yale College in 1853. lor, the pastor, being out of the Write for Oatalooue and full Information.! Simply take Otto's Cure. We know city there will be no services of its astonishing cures and that it morning. will stop a cough quicker than any Sunday-schoat 9:30 a. m. known remeay. you have ABthma, Bronchitis, If Consumption or any disease of the Methodist Church Rev. II. G. throat and lungs, a few doses of this Henderson, the pastor, will preach great guaranteed remedy will surmorning at 11 o'clock. prise you. If you wish to try jit call at our store, No service at night. Sunday-schoconvenes at 9:30 a. m. on Main street, and we will be pleased to furnish you a bottle free of cost, and that will prove our assertion. Oathulio Church The uoual Chapman & Williams. 45 services at the Church of the Good con will 'Where to go This Summer. Shepherd Rev. Father JamesbeGorey, ducted by IT A?-- r If you contemplate taking a trip the temporary pastor. this summer romomber that the High mass at 8 a. m., low mass most delightful place in America is at 10 a. m., andvespers at 7:30 p. m. Old Point Comfort, Va On Tuesday, July 20th, the ChesaFleshy. peake and Ohio Railway will run its How to Become Lexington and annual excursion from the blue grass region. A trip to Old Dr. Miles Nervine not only cures all Point will cost you less than to any nervouB diseases, headache, blues, sleeplessness, other place on accouut of tho ex- nervous prostration, dance, fits and Vitus tremely low rates made by the neuralgia, St.also builds up the body. Hvtreia Hotel and the railway com hysteria, but Ila its 5i resistible clinrnis lor the younj; that after pany to parties taking advantage of UI am plensed to saywith nervousyears ami Ixnutilul, so h.ivf the disof intense suffering this excursion. and prostration, Full particulars will bo advertised ease, headache Restorative Nervine,I tried Dr. Miles' Ohas. L. Brown, shortly. and in two weeks gained eight pounds G. P. A. I could not lie down to in weight. sleep, but now sleep perfectly easy, To our Subscribers. and am still improving wonderfully. Cannot say enough for the Nervine The special announcement which Mrs. L. B. Millard, Dunkirk, N. We Make A Specialty Of These Corsets. appeared in our columns some time Y." "One customer used Nervine since, announcing a special arrange- and gainod fifteen pounds in flesh, ment with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., of says Brown &Maybury, Cortland, WEITZEL&O'DONNKLL. Enosburgh Falls, Vt., publishers of N. Y." Trial bottles and elegant 3 "A Treatise on the Horse and his book free at J. W. Gayles. Kentucky Training School. t Diseases," whereby our subscribers Mt. Storllng, Ky. enabled to obtain a copy of that One good second hand mower for were valuablo work free by sending their sale. Price 20. A bargain. address to B. J. Kendall Co. (and Mastin Bros. stamp for mailenclosing a two-ceing same) is renewed for a limited Buggies, carriages and harness reperiod. We trust all will avail them- paired by the Kentucky and Harness selves of the opportunity of obtain- Company. A practical, homelike, Military school with colleging this valuablo work. To every iate course. Number limited: rooms full last year. lover of tho Horse it is indispensable, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria, Apply early. Major C. W. FO WLEH, Superintendent as it treats In a simple manner all tho July 2 bt. diseases which allllct this noble animal. Its phenomenal sale throughout tho llnitod States and Canada SHEEP! SHEEP! SHEEP! make it standard authority. Mention this paper when sanding for "Treatise." NUM-- I i rc HEAD OF EWES; WILL SELL IN CLASS IN ) I) bers to milt purchaser, ami on easy terms MISS K.VTIE STRAUSS'Hotel. Pays IUNCINO of Tuition opt ii at Capital onstble parties. to ol ol How to Cure a Cold. Baptist Church Rev. W. O. Tay- BRYANT & STRATTON Business SHORTHAND. TELEGRAPHY, &O.I 4R51inMH) IfV W College " I IT II Nicholasville, Ky., iss M. I. Hewitr, Principal. mk lL yv n September, 18W. For catalogues upply to Principal as above. July m session second monday in uimtaEs ys-sS- s, m wmmmmj to New Orleans TENNIS, wwtwttefa pmjSSgiIIM3 THE SHORTEST ANN QDIf KFf T Georgetown Time, 25 Hours. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. The shortest and quickest. Georgetown Solid Vestlbuled to Jacksonville, Ala Time, 26 Hours Lexington, Knoxvillk, Trains. The Short line Ky., Time, 2lfe Hours ' la Tens., " 17 N. 0.. " " nt 15-t- f. DANCING CLASS. rest Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. JulySO-lm- . SOUTH TRIMBLE, Forks of Elkhorn. Monday, Wednesday 10 o'clock. ForRates.Mapsivo. maresf E.T.C1IARLETON, D. P.&T. A.,Chnttunooea. I), 'i. EDWARDS. MILLER, ami Friday moraines at D. Junl8-t- f Trat.MtiB. Cincinnati, 0. port for Texan. Mexico and California.' Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Oeori?etowuV15 a.m. .urrlveClnolnnut 110:25 a.m. Quicker than any other lino All trains urrlv it lepartfromContralUnlOB Depot, Cincinnati 15 Gi " .Atlanta, UlllMINOHAM, AI.A.. " 10 Direct ConnectlonsatNewOneanFundSbrev AMIKVILLK, CaVTTANOOUA.TKNN., " 11 " " SP.4I.T . Jik.n.jf ,r i. RvSH r . Jw m h k e ft J wJbrzL JESI IS- X . - Jd Cook Eeady for Spring Trade in the most complete Eeady for Spring Trade with a large line of ' j LJ OjkS- IS' I i r1 1 jT TwatB w China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns closing out. goods. stove s & Ranges J Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double M II; 3BI&' I am No trouble to show BM- kV - JN0. T.BUCKLEY. examination and obtaining a license. Stephenson's Illustrated Practical Test has been published to aid engiand her four chil- neers preparing to pass such examiMrs. Polk-Soutdren were coming into town from nation; and as it embraces all the questions asked the Boiler, Pump, their home on the Versailles pike, Engine, Dynamo,onCorliss Engine, &c, yesterday afternoon, about 3 o'clock, it has already met with such a dein a surrey, and about the top of mand that it is now in its fourth ediArsenal Hill the horse they were tion. This work, which only costs 1, obtained of the publisher, driving took fright and ran away. can be C. Kraft, 70 La Salle Street, Walter Her son Lindsay, a little fellow about Chicago. 13 years of age, was driving and held manfully to the reins, keeping the Rare Opportunities. the horse in the middle of the road, and the balance of the occupants of The Queen & Crescent Route will the vehicle had sufficient presence of place excursion tickets on sale tot mind to keep their seats. They Texas, Arkansas and Indian greatly reduced rates, on dashed down Main street at break- August 30th, September 27th and neck speed, every man they passed October 25th, good for return 20 days on the way attempting to stop the from date of sale. For rates, maps and information, call on Agents horse, but the manly little driver sat furtherQ. & O. Route, of Agent at of the like a statue, with his feet firmly your station, or address D. G. planted against the dashboard and Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. safely steered the frighted animal past every obstacle. PostoflSce Statement. On they went until WilkinThe following is the report of the son street was reached, by which time the horse had begun to slow up Frankfort, Ky., Postoftlce for the fisand Lindsay made the turn of the cal year ending June 30th, 1892: corner withont accident, succeeding Amount of stamps, postal $15,874 71 cards, &c, sold in stopping the horse near the resi227 00 dence of Hon. W. J. Ohinn. By this Amount of Box Rent time a number of gentlemen who had 16,101 71 Total followed the flying surry down the street, arrived on the ground, and' Disbursed as follows: persuaded Mrs. South and her Salary, P. M. and Clerks . . $4,700 00 daughters to get out of the vehicle, Salary, Messenger 78 32 but Lindsay held on to the lines, de- Salary, Letter Carriers. . . 4,228 94 clining to yield them to anyone, and Salary, Sub. Carrier 131 02 with Messrs. Ben Marshall and Fred Expense, Free Delivery . . 548 65 Gordon seated on the back seat, he 105 00 Salary, Mail Weigher drove off and rushed the thoroughly Miscellaneous Expenses . . 11 41 fatigued mare around the street until Deposited with Asst. U. S. she was willing to step when he said 6,298 37 Treas so. He was as cool as a block of ice, and said he intended to drive the $16,101 71 mare as long as there was any run in Total her. DELIVERY SERFortunately the harness and vehi- REPORT OF SPECIAL VICE. cle held together and no damage was Number of Letters Received done to any of the occupants, further 979 and Delivered than giving them an exciting ex- Number Forwarded in perience on a warm day. 1,610 Mails thick Tinware, Eefrigerators, 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. J0H2T T. BUCKLEY. Kentucky Central Hallway "BLUB GRASS ROUTE,'. Shortestand Quickest ruuterroin ''mm' I' CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS A Plucky Driver, h I Their Superior Ability in Treating Obscure Chronic Diseases is something marvelous, hare cared where Will be made bv the Queen & Cres others have given up to cent Route and Louisville Soutern R. die. R. on account of the following occaj sions: At Wilmore, Ky., Colored Camp Meeting, July 23 to 30. Reduced Rates ?ft 1 ji Fair, August 2 to 4. At Cincinnati, Ohio, Meeting of Queen City Driving Club, August 8 to At Lebanon, Ky., State Grand Lodge, U. B. F., August 9th. At Lawronceburg, Ky., Anderson, Franklin and Salvisa County Fair, August 9 to 11. At Kansas City, Mo., Southern Lumber Manufacturers' Association; August 7 to 8. For further information as to rates, &c, call on Ticket Agents or write to D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. 13. Fair, August 2 to 6. At Versailles, Ky.,Woodford County NORTH, EAST, WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI, SCdEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 15TH.1891. South I i m Cfc ound Terri-tory,,a- Expiess lust Hue Ex Sun. LveOluclnnatl. blOani u ltialll Dull). No.l, N0.5, Daily Ex-sun-. . Accoui. Dully No. 3, r m IX Lve Covington. Arr Paris. 800pm 265pm "Jlopni 11 UOpui " " I Falmouth. yi6um Cynthian.1 . . UBlUi I ... The bestsalvein the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores., Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, ChaDDed Hands. Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cures rues, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, 5-- iy Bucklen's Arnica Sa lve. " ,,fflhw:,!:'"'77:7.7.' i!""'::'!" I Drs. Walter and Stockdale, The world renowned specialists, of the Southern Medl"il Institute; Louisville, Ky., will be at Frankfort. P. H. Carpenter. Capital Hotei, Aug. 20, 1892, 3 16pm Lve Livingston. Lve Loudon. . 410pm Arr Corbin. . . 4 50 m Lve Corbin. . . 5 00pm Lve Burb'rvllle. 5 52pm Lve Pliievllle. . (J 41pm LveMlddlesb'h. 7 30pm ArrCum'bGup. 7 55pm Lve Corbin. . . 4 50pm Lve Wllila'sb'g. 5 45pm Arr Jelllco... . 620pm Lve Richmond 1 50pm Lve Lancaster.. 4 45pm Arr Stanford. . 520pm ' Lexington 12 lOim Lve Paris. . . 1125am ArrWinchester 12101111 Lve Winchester 12 40pm Arr Richmond. 135pm Lve Richmond. 1 i)5pm LveBerea. . . 205pm ArrLivingston. !Jl)5pill luuui lllbam Sl&'Juin 1023pm .... .... .... .... . . . . 3U2pm . 4bopn . Bbopru . 6 lOprn . 7 00pm . . . . . . . l I''. Ill' RM W . . . . . . . . 706pm 810pm 616pm 660pm . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .' . ffi vr . . . . .' t , I I 'A, ... ... SS Returning every Tour weeks during the year. No. 2, Drs. Walter and Stockda e have had years of Dally No. 4 No. C, experience In the largest hospitals In the country, North-lloun- a . Ex Sun. Dally Dally. are graduates of several of the best Colleges and Ex Sun, Express have for a number of jenrsmadeaspeclaltyof all chronic and surgical diseases. They undertakeno Incurable diseases but have cured hundreds given up to die. They treat successfully und Lve Stanford.. 7 05am do not tike the case unless u cure can be " Lancaster a 7 OOara guaranteed. Arr Richmond v.,i i Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing in the oars, Deafness, Diseases vof tho Lve Jelllco. . . Lve Wllila'sb.g. Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kid- Arr CorMn,. . . ney, Urinary and Bladder Troubles, Lve Cum'bTfkiii Ilrlgltt's Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipa- Lve Mlddlosb'h Lve Plnevllle . tion Rheumatism Paralysis. Lve Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostate Gland b trouble; was given up to die by nil general I consulted, and I myself gave up all hope, my will and so arranged my business, was made obliged to use Cath.ither every half hour. And now entirely well, cured by Drs. Walter and A. H. practl-ttouer- 10 GO B 15am 45am 8 60am 9 35am 6 33am B v3 "53 . 6 6Kam 7 The Occulist. Prof. Louis Landman, the eminent Occulist, is at the Kenyon Hotel, and if your vision is imperfect you should call and let him fit a pair of glasses for you. He does his work on scientific principles, and, if you a. MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT. Is- 2,515 Domestic Orders sued Fees on same 69 International orders iss'd Fees on same 1,248 Postal notes issued . Fees on same will secure a pair of his glasses, they 1,454 Domestic orders paid will improve your impaired vision. 3 International orders paid He will call at your residence if 589 Postal notes paid . . . you prefer not to go to the hotel, 16 Domestic orders repaid. and will make examination of your S89.724 06 Volume of business eyes free of charge. The following people of this city REGISTRY DEPARTMENT. are using Prof. Landman's glasses 2,850 Number of letters ree'd . . and they pronounce them the best registered and Mrs. Dr. Number they have ever used, viz: 1,960 forwarded. Williams, Dr. Lucy, Dr. Tompson, J. M. Saffell, P. M. S. T. Fortune, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Compiled by 0. W. Saffell, Asst. P. M. Arch Overton and many others. $20,076 28 188 92 1,176 30 14 90 1,519 87 37 44 15,394 98 102 00 1,102 20 112 17 .... ..:.... To Versailles. King's Royal Germeteur. the medicine of the century, Its phenominal success ass a seller and lavorlte with tne people is the acknowledged wonder of the medicine world. Based upon the Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt the most reliable germ destroyer in existence, and to tho extent that the theory is correct, King's Royal ormetour is the remedy. It is no accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For 19 sale by Chapman & Williams. Pre-eminent- IB On account of Fair at "Versailles, Ky the L. & N. R. R. will, on August 3d, sell round trip tickets to Versailles, Ky., good to return until and on August Gth,at 70 cents. Speoial trains will be run on above date from Midway to Versailles and return. W. W. Alexander, Agent. Licensing Engineers. is being so agitated in every State in the Union that within a short time, for the protection of human lives, it will be impossible for any one intrusted with steam to hold or secure a situation without passing a rigid The question of licensing engineers H(k IBL 1241pm Catarrh of ten Arr Richmond.. years standing; am now completely cured by Drs. Lve Richmond.. 6 05am 1241pm ArrWinchester 6 55am 135pm Walter und Siockdule. Lve Winchester 710am 1 65pm EPILEPSY Oil FITS POSITIVELY CURED. 7 45am 2 27pm Arr Paris Both the method and results when BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, iw Syphilis, Lve Lexington, 7 00am 2 00pm 3 45pm , cured by ImScrolula, Stricture, Gleet, etc Arr Paris. . . . 7 53am 2 37pm 4 25pm Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant proved und never falling remedies. Lve Cynthiana. 8 24am 3 07pm 4 48nm Lve Falmouth.. 9 23am 4 01 pin 5S0pm DISEASES OF WOMfcN, such us Leucorrhea, and acts and refreshing to the taste, menstruation, displacement of womb, Arr Covington. 1054am 535pm G37pm gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Ealnrul down pains lu back, lelleved in short Arr Cincinnati. 11 00am 645pm 6 45pm Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- ' YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED MEN suffering MAYSV1LLE BRANCH. tem effectually, dispels colds, head- from Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Eruptions, the exce-ses- , No. 10, should call before It No. 12 of errors or aches and fevers and cures habitual result late, and guarantee a cure Superlluous hair North-BounDaily, Daily, is too Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun Figs is the and all eruptions on the face permanently reconstipation. Syrup of moved. only remedy of its kind ever pro2 55 pm Remember th date and come arly, as their Lve. Cincinnati . 3 02pm Lve. duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- rooms are always crowded wherever they stop.and Lve. Covington .. 7 00 a m 620pm Lexington Examination and comultntlon free, private 7 35 a m 615pm ceptable to the stomach, prompt hi confidential. Lve. Paris. . . . of cases refer jou to 8 18 am 638 pm its action and truly beneficial 111 its lti They can State und every hundreds the Union, Arr. Millersburg . In own State )our 840am 700pm Arr. Carlisle. . 9 34 a m 754pm effects, prepared only from the most which he has cured, among tnem tho following: Arr. Johnson . . Mrs. Hev. J. L. Stokes. Darwin, md., suppressMaysville, . 1010am 8 30pm and agreeable substances, its ed and painful raenstratlons. Mrs. Henry r, Arr. healthy No. 9, No. n. Camden. Hid., Female Trouble. many excellent qualities commend it Crockett, Delphi, lnd., Catarrh. Mrs.Mrs. It. W. South-BounDaily. Daily, GusGln-rlcEx. Sun. Ex. Sun Mrs. Martha Owasco, ind Lung Trouble. to all and have made it the most Wallace, Frankfort, lnd , Cancer of breast repopular remedy known. 6 20 am 160pm Miss Ilettio Lve, Maysville . , moved without knlfo or caustic. 5 57 am 227pm sale in 50c Block, Mlchlg.intowii, lnd., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E Lve. Johnson . Syrup of Figs is for Mrs. Itosa Lve. Carlisle. . . 6 60 am 320pm Catarrh. Tipton, bottles by all leading drug- McCarty, Franklin, lnd.. Cross Eye straightened. Lve. Millersburg and $1 Hid., 7 15 a in 8 46pm Cookson, Mooresvllle, lnd., 7 40 an 4 10pm Paris. . . Any reliable druggist who Mrs. Sarah Comer, .standing. Mrs Catarrh and Arr. Lexington. .. gists. M. Clark, Arr. of long 8 28am 700pm Asthma 10 64 a m 6 37pm may not have it on hand will pro- Mooresvllle. Hid., Cancer, cured without knlfo or Arr. Covington . 11 00 a m 6 45pra cure it promptly for any one who caustic. Miss Sarah Dougherty, Hockfleld, lnd., Arr. Cincinnati . Epllensey. Mrs. Lancaster, Vlvalla. J ml , Kidney Trouble. Mr. Laucaster, Vlvalia. Hid., Kid- S. R. KNOTT, wishes to try it. Do not accept any 0. F.ATMORE, ney Trouble. Mrs, Mike Uuversaw, Martinsville. Gon. Pass. Ajgt. Trafllo Mannger. substitute. Hid., Catarrh. Doctors said would die with conGeneral Ofllces, Louisville, Ky. y us ever. Win. A. Gard, us well S. F. B. MORSE, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Ag't. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. sumption. IsHid., Kidney trouble for four years. Burlington, Dr. waiter cured mo two years ago have not Omce, Chamberof CommerceBldg., Cincinnati, O. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. been tioubled since. Elijah l'oler, Burlington, LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. points except No. 1 Dally Stomach trouble, could not see after business-a- m sion, which is to all except Sunday, Rowland Dividally as ever. Jumes Wyatt, Delphi, as well y 2 Runs dally except Sunday from LexingNo. Hid., Could not hear and had a constant dlschare M. BEATTY, from my ears. Dr. Walter cured me entirely. ton to Cincinnati. No.l Runs dally, Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, lnd., Catarrh. J C. Canine, Attorney at Law & A'eal Estate Agt,, No. 4 all stations except the Waverland. Did., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller, Rowland Runs dally from Is dally except Sunday. Division, which BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. Greencastle, Cancer of Eye. Mrs. Mary Jones, No. 6 Dally except Sunday. Brights Disease. IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, Edlnburg, names are given by No 5. runs daily except Sunday between Cinpermission These Estill, Juckson, Powell, Clay and other and they request that all sutferers should write cinnati and Lexington, No, 10 Paris and Lexington Accommodation counties, them In regard to their cuse. Sept. They also have many testimonials from dally. Leaves Lexlngfon 10,00 a. m. Arrives Paris 10:J5a. m. patients having been cured of private diseases Leaves No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. but do not publish them even by permission 5.16 p. Arrives Falmouth but will furnish them upon application. Address Cincinnati daily except m p. m., Sunday. No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 0 a. m. Arrives Cincinnati 7.6S a. m., dally except Sunday. Nos. land 8 make connections at Winchester for points on the N.N. & M.V. By., E. D. No. 620 Fifth street. through cars from Cincinnati to Will practice in all State Courts. OfNo. Mtddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all fice second floor, Ctstom House. Ky. Louisville, stations and runs dally. Jan.ao-ly- . Stockdale. 0. 11. Thoma. Frankfort, Arr Corbin.. . . Lve Corbin. . . Lve Loudon . . Arr Livingston. Lve Livingston. Lve Berea.. . . Barb'rvllle. 8 9 9 10 11 47am 35am 25am 35am 11am 05am 11 16am 12 lOnn Ky .... - Grl-de- h, d. J. IS t. W, J. CHIHB, JR, 7.-0- Drs. Walter and Stockdale, ' r liHuUu A . ,1.. ..'U ... 'i1.. ..( ii u.i... , .. v .il-- Xxjjlit A? jtei.dArt AwUvtKmiA'lli 'MtMkMi ..'. A. warn 1 raeFn i V LARGEST o B JLUUJ AT &HI. p r . i ' mm WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE ' M rA i' ' I teA CLOCKS AND N 0VELTIE8 IN" THE CITY uor TO SELECT FROM i i- - m M. A. S Dr. Hale's Hutiscltoltl Oint. - Fur Wonci Alarmed Wife James, there is a rough looking man sneaking around the For tho above named meeting house with a box shaped thing in hia agents of the Queen & Crescent arms! .Telephone for tho police! Route (Cincinnati Southern) CincinCapitalist (peering cautiously out of nati to Somerset and all agents ofthe the window) It will bo too late. He is Louisville Southern R. R., will sell on tho steps of tho back porch! tickets to High Bridge, Ky., on July Wife (terror stricken) la it an in- 22d to August 1st, good for return unfernal machine, James? Is it a box of til August 2d, at half rates, plus 25c. admission fee. The accommodations bombs? Kentucky Palisades (High Capitalist (with ashy face) Worse, at the Camp Bridge Grounds) Hester! It's a hand organ! Chicago improved and made more have been Frankfort, Ky. R. ROGERS & SON, BUOrLET 1 t ment High Bridge Camp Meeting. 3s v S" s?. r. ; Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures We have only a few of them, Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures but every lady should have one. Ask at Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. It is a bright little book about Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be Our Store for a New good carpet sweepers about taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, tz. 2r2z i Chilblains, Sores of long standing, BISSELLS CARPET Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: ID- -. J .. nTotrtt TJ r J SWEEPERS. different from all elBe; superior to all Tribune. extensive wj.u,cuAjrui,z?ia,I3rigfit else; it has no equal, 25 and 60c. boxes. than any previous year. For descrip Large size cheapest. Sold at CarpenThat everyone who lives on cartive pamphlets, &c, address D. G. juftcj way Tho Roml to Wealth. y ter's South Side drug store. pets ought to read. Sixteen pages A Brussels paper recently contained Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. the following announcement: "A splenof new ideas put in a new way. Cholera infantum has lost its terdid living insured to all. Easy method rors since the introduction of ChamIs Site a Witch. of earning 0,000 francs per annum. Full berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea sont post free on a The following story, which comes details order for five francs. receipt ofY. Remedy. When that remedy is used those who ask for it. postal Address and the treatment as directed with from Greenup, this State, if true, Z.f Posto restante." each bottle is followed, a cure is cershows that a young lady of that An innocent party sent the amount re- tain. Mr. A. W. Walters, a promicounty possesses a wonderful power: quired. Ho received by next post a re- nent merchant at Waltersburg, 111., Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. A young lady, handsome and in- ply as follows: "Do as 1 do." Patriote. says: "It cured my baby boy of cholera infantum after several other deed bewitching, claims to be a witch remedies had failed. The child was Thus the Farmer Sows Ills Seed. and claims to be able to name the Traveler Much game in the neigh so low that it seemed almost beyond witches that have been supposed to tho aid of human bands or reach of exiat for ages. There seems to bo borhood? Bargains. any medicine." 25 and 50 cent Inhabitant Nawp; none at all. something supernatural about Alice OR. I. KELLEY, by J. W. Gayle, Drugbottles Traveler Well er then it's a dan- gist. for sale Sunderland, as she manifests peculiar Mastin Bros, have some splendid power over animals, as demonstrated gerous locality I see you carry a gun? second-han- d Surreys, Pheatons and Pi here Sunday. She lives some five OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the Inhabitant Oh, that's what we use Buggies that they offer cheap. Keep Cool. How to miles from town, and while hero this for planting ground is so hard we have morning attracted much attention by to shoot the seed in. Amateur SportsIf you are looking for pleasant her peculiar actions and talk. ANNOUNCEMENTS. man. locations to spend the hot days at She was well dressed, of fine apIN LEXINGTON, KY.. moderate cost, write D. G. Edwards, pearance, and upon starting for Home Experience. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Saturday, July 9th, 1892. declared that on Spalding Hill she At a Second Class Restaurant Waiter, G. P. A., Q. and O. Route, Cincinnati. We lire Judge would meet a man driving five yoke this beefs steachs is not eatable; you Ohio, for copy of Queen and Ores- JULUN asauthorized to announce Judge In IRA Saturday, July 30th, 1892. a candidate for the Saturday, Aug. 20th, 1892. cent book, entitled "Summer Days," Judicial district composed ofCircuit of oxen, that upon her approach the don't know how to fry meat. I shall Bourbon. Franklin, ocott Woodford counties, cattle would begin lowing and as she have, per bacco, to give you a few le& which will be mailed promptly free of action andthe Democratic party. subject to the HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical of operation and with little or no pain. charge. passed them they would he down and sons. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. refuse ta respond to the lash of the REEERENCES : Army of the Cumberland We are authorized to announce Hon. C. v. W. McKee Hardle, Frankfort, .Ky. "Perhaps the signoro is a cook?' driver. She was followed out of town Re-unio- n county, At Cliiclca- - BOARD, of Scott Attorney n In a this "No. I am the manager of a crematoricandidate for about a half mile to the hill by several J. A. Scott. Frankfort. Ky. Commonwealth's Judicial mauga, September Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. of the citizens of the town, who upon um." Motto per Ridero. District, composed of Bourbon, Franklin. Scott J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. 1892. reaohing the crest of the hill were and Woodford counties, subject to the action of V. Borberlch, Frankfort, Ky. French or German. the Democratic party. Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson. Ky. much surprised to behold a team of A. H. McCIure, Frankfort. Ky. Lady The child is a little FrenchA number of Brigade and Regimencattle as toretold by the fair Alice. V. J. hughes. Frankfort, Ky. Greater was their astonishment, upon man, is he not? tal Associations will attend this reDavid Moore, Benson, Ky. HERE! coming closer, to hear the mournful Nurse 1 don't know myself what to union. The Queen and Crescent Jas. M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. notes of the oxen lowing, and as call him. His mother is a French lady, Route have made a half rate fare for DR. KELLEY'S office and residence is at 259 Cincinnati, and where Alice passed them by they assumed a but his father is a German. this occasion from Cincinnati to T WISH TO INFORM MY OLD CUSTOMERS West Eighth street, of each week except he mny be found every day SATURLouisville. Wilder's and Hooker's 1 that I have Just reclining position and refused to get my meat store at DAYS, Pamphlets describing these diseases Lady In that case wo have to up, though the whip was plied by the wait till he can talk; then shallshall see. Brigades have arranged to take a 330 Second street In the Uerndou block, where I and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one we W. I. KELLEY, M. D special train over the Queen and am prepared to furnish the most choke and by audresslng driver unmercifully. Lcsehalle. 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. Crescent Route to Chattanooga for tenderest cut" of all kinds of fresh meats, at After a short time she passed back, lowest prices. CONSULTATION FREE. this occasion. For rates or other in- the and leave your orders and they will reand in an unintelligible tongue spoke Call Careful About Ills Diet. ceive prompt attention. formation address D. G. Edwards, some words, whereupon the animals Z. TAYLOR COLLINS. June "That's something I never eat for din- P. A., Queen and Crescent Route, arose and started off. She then told the amazed orowd that if they would ner," said a man in a Spring lano restau- Cincinnati, Ohio. Articles of Incorporation. accompany her a short distance fur- rant. Mr. Van Pelt, Editor of the Craig, "What's that?" asked his friend. ther, they would perceive seven cows feeding in a pasture; that upon seeing "Breakfast," was tho absentminded Mo., Meteor, went to a drug store at Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked tho physi- TVTOriCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE. THE her they would approach the road reply. Boston News. cian in attendance to give him a dose der chapter 6G of tho General Statutes of uni undersigned, have become incorporated and be milked by invisible hands; in of something for cholera morbus and the meantime they would bellow as and filed articles of Incorporation for reTho 1'Jy hi tho Ointment. looseness of the bowels. He says: ,(I cord In the Franklin County rourt lerk's ofllee. though they had lost their calves. Jake It's getting to bo too hard work felt so much better the next morning The name of the corporation Is the 'People's The orowd eager to witness this Homestead a d Saving Association," and by that further manifestation of her power, to pick upji livin in this country. Ef it that I concluded to call on the physi- name it s authorized to sue and be sued, follower her a mile, when they look- wuzn't so fur away I'd go to Central cian and get him to fix me up a sup- powerand be contracted hwith, and possess such and transact ed and beheld the seven kine pas- Ainoriky. A man don't hav to do nothin ply of the medicine. I was surprised generally to bulldlrg suand business us pertains loan associations, to turing in a field by tho roadside. She thero. Whole country's covered with when he handed me a bottle of purchiise. use, lease hold and sell real and perChamberlain's Colic, Cholera and sonal tstnte. The general natuieot Its business began calling them and they ap bananas. Nothin to do but lay under a vlng and Diarrhoea Remedy. He said he pre- Is to assist Its members In sImproving real estate near money, and In buying and Eroaohed peculiartho fence when she tree all day an eat bananas. scribed it regularly in his practice and by procuring morey for other purpos.es bv chant, and told the Rusty Rufe Got to pick 'em ofFn tho and found it the bees he could get or loaning to such of them as uny desire It, and Its crowd to notice that the milk was trees, hain't ye? principal prepare. I can testify to its efficiency Kentucky. place of business shull be Frankfort, Tho Most Successful Kemcdy everdlscov. flowing. The persons who vouch for "Course." in my case at all events." For sale .Said corporation commenced Its corporate ex- ercd, as it Is certntn in its effects and does cot the story say tho cows, after being knowed ther' wuz Bomo drawback." by J. W.Gayle, Druggist. "I istence on the 1st day of July, 1892. and shall blister. Read proof below t milked dry by some invisible power, Chicugo Post. continue for twenty lle ears thereafter, unless walked away, and tho young lady, sooner dissolved by a vote of the stockholders s owning of the stock. announcing that her power for the Cure. shall not Kendall's Spavin The capital stock of said To Sliclbyville. day was exhausted, proceeded on exceed In the aggregate and full ultimate value Bargains. her way homeward, while the crowd Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 26, '90. thereof at any onetime live hundred thousand Effective June 20th, the K. M. R.R., dollars, and be divided Into shares of the ulti- Dr. D. J. Kendall Co.: greatest returned to town, suarcely being able dents It the satisfaction that to credit their senses, and wondering On next Monday, in front of our in connection with the Louisville mate value of one hundred dollars each, which Inform you that I haveciired thofollowtngdlseases: I may be Issued muchly at what they had seen. Depository, opposite tho courthouse, Southern, will sell tickets to Shelby-vill- e shinesamount ami at In one or11smore series, In Htveciiey.HhoiiIdcr Joint I.niiiouenH.Stlllo Mich lime such the board of l, JianieucH ia from Frankfort and intermediate directors may determine, and shall be paid for In Joint J.uiiieucxri, working on we will sell a lot of good second-lianJ''ore Foot. I am such milliner and at such time and place as may I.aiiieneHH and will euro that all with Kendall's buggies, surries, phaetons, &c. These stations, that heretofore have taken be prescribed by the Spuvln Cure. It lit the best Liniment for man or rules and regula1.75. beast I have ever used. I recommend It to all horse For Sale A Now Process gaso- rigs have been repaired and painted higher rate, at great tions of Mild association. owners. Horses that I havo worked on are valuable, This will be a of said Association shall bo vested good shape. Don't forget convenience to The affairs line stove, whioh has been used but and are in but without your Liniment would be worthless, I In, and conducted by. a board of Miven directors; have friends who used it for SnruliiH and little and nearly as good as new, is Monday (County Court Day), is the passengers who use this route. who shall chuoso a President, Vice President, a JlruiseN and cured them. They say It Is tlio best C. D. Bercaw, offered for sale at a bargain. Apply day to buy a good rig cheap. secretary and Treasurer mid an Attorney. Said they ever used. Yours truly, E. 0. 8. WELUJ. G. F. & P. A. Kentucky Buggy & Harness directors shall be elected annually on the llrht at this office. The Monday In Julv In each yenr.oxcent t e first board, Works. which shall consist of L.B.Marshall, Jacob fewl! t. Cure. gert.B.T. Farmer, Chn..EUwanger, Geo A. I.evl, Kendall's Spavin Darby's Prophylactic you want sulphur water, fresh B. B.JeffersandF.M.Halloraii. If the undeislgntd Monto Visto, Colo., Dec. 21, 1889. Use itin every sick-rooWill Incorporators, who shall hold olllce until tho first from the Murray well, left at your Monday la July, 1M)3, and until their sueccessors Base Ball. Dr. B. J. Kbndau. Co., Enoaburgh Fulls, Vt.: residence every morning, leave keep the atmosphere pure and are elected and qua llled. Mid said directors Oents-- Iu the year 1S3I I treated with Kendall's may appoint such iigents and emploies as they Spuvln Curo a llotio Simvin of seven years stand, 'orders at W. H. Avorill's drug store, egg and completely interest of the Association, lug nearly as large us a liensremoved tho enlargeThe game played at Lake Park wholesomejremoving all bad odors deem lit tor the bestthe provision of the tho U. S. Express office or H. R. stopped the lameness nml in accordance with from any source. ment. Ilave worked the horso very hard ever "Williams' grocery. yestorday afternoon between Taylors-villThe highest amount of Indebtedness or lia- since, he never has shown auy lameness neither bility to which tho said corporate Is to and Frankfort Clubs resulted Will destroy all Disease Germs, Itself shall not at any time exceed $25,(KK. subject oan I see any difference in tho sizeF.ofB.tho hock. COOLEY. Yours truly, infection Irom all Fevers and all The private property of the corporators and in a score of 23 to 1 in favor of tho stockholders is tube exempt from all corporate Stray Cow Tho person who lost contagious diseases. debts and liabilities. In testimony hereof, we tho X'riee $1 per bottle, or i(a bottle for a dry AldernV cow, with one horn Frank forts. undersigned subscribe our names this July 1st, The eminent physician, J.Mari- lb'JJ. $8. All itruyyhta have it or can yet it shorter than the other and ring and L. B. MARSHALL, for you, or it iolll be sent to any on Sims, of New York, says: "I holo in the right oar, can hoar of her House for Rent The on receljtt of price bytheproprie- JACOB SWIGERT, whereabouts by calling and paying frame house lately occupied by4 F. M. am convinced that Prof. Darby's I). T. FARMER. CHAS. ELLWANGER, for this notice. The party has had Scoflold, on Campbell, between Main ProphylacticFluid is a most valu DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., GEO. A. LEWIS. her for two weeks and wants the and Logan. For terms apply to Enosburrjh Falls, Vermont. H. B. JEFFERS. ' able disinfectant,' 21 ownr eto come and take her away, y, July William Oraik. Aug F. M. HALLORAN. 5-l- A Free to W. 43-l- 42-t- f. PHOBITIS: HOTEL, SEE lb-l- Ken-luck- 1 con-tra- lme-tln- g 43-l- three-fourth- Mioc-Hol- d Hip-Joi- nt 41-t- f. 47-l- 23-t- f. o 11 atl-dre- aa two-Btor- y .1-- 1 .f. I Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. CRUTCHER STARKS 3 Main Street, Frank- fort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. Summer Clearance Sale Offerings. mmmammcauBGmammmmBmamtKBammammmtmmmmKmmtmmammmmatmmmB 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, commencing Jt'LY 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. lETTIRIISriSIEailEIISrGr250 pairs men's blue camlet pants, only 50c. 300 pairs men's jeans pants, only 60c, worth'gi. '; 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, - - GOODS-- , lf ' worth almost double the money. Men's suits, $3.00, 4.C0, 5.00, 7.50, double the money. 10.00, 12.50, 15.00, worth almost THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY. Must be sold this month. Men's working shirts, 20c, worth 35c. Sox, national colors. 50c. per dozen. A splendid double and twist sock, 50c. a box of one-hadozen. Suspenders, 15c, sold everywhere for 25c. solid linen collars, solid cuffs, only 15c. 20 dozen men's gauze undershirts, only 19c , worth 35c. 22. dozen men's gauze undersirUts, 25c, worth 40c. We have a great line of featherweight neglige shirts, 50c, 75c, Si. 00, 1.25, I.50, up to 2.00. Great values. Boston garters, 15c, worth 25c. 4-pl4-pl- Children's waists, 25c, worth 40c. y I2c. -- ' )& .'.M ".r - 10,000 Straw and Felt Hats in this sale. SgftSggaBagpparrraBfi CRUTCHER PRANKFORTttsuinmmrmrmirmy -- & AND- STARKS j -- . Great Slaughter ., .i LOUISVILLE. in Shoes. IH fair and faithful assessment of the property in the city of Frankfort, now therefore Uewnpaper editors have to be very Resolved by the be it Board of Councilmcn of careful in opening their columns for the City of Frankfort: statements. But aware that the Dr. That the sum of 100 be, and is Miles Medical Co. are responsible, hereby, appropriated to said Kirtley following teswe make room for the money in the City Treastimonial from R. McDougnll, Auburn, out of any ury not otherwise approDriated, as who for two years noticed a an additional compensation for his Ind., stoppage or skipping of the pulse, his services .as City Assessor for the left side got so tender he could not year 1892. And the City Clerk is lie on it, his heart fluttered, he was hereby his alarmed, went to different doctors, on the directed to drawfavor warrant Treasurer in of said found no relief, but one bottle of Dr. Kirtley for said amount of $100. Miles' New Heart Cure cured him. Adopted. The elegant book, ''New and StartThe City Clerk was ling Facts," free at J. W. Gayle's. It days' leave of absence. given a ten all about heart and nervous distells The council then adjourned until eases and many wonderful cures. 3 next regular meeting. Admitted the Facts. SUB iyMKr Hart yu written rat T.tf If you liarta'l, nlidora ind Intelligent embltion eufreet will, I Ipromlit jou my special, WM. CROMWEU ATTORN EY-AT-LA- V tiienuon. 1 tin lerUke to brleKr ttach tnr filrlr intelligent ponon or eiiner it i, wha rritf. and whu. Ret Initrnctlua, will work Indai-trlouihow to m Three 1hu- etnd Dolln tar In tbeli own ocalltiet. where. erer thtr llrt. I U1 alto futiilt tht tltuatloo ( mplofm.nt, a ptrtontt REAL BSTATB AGBN7 Franklin Rud the adjoining counties, wir ipAcial attention to the purchs and sale of real estate, collection of nu elala. aud the aettotlation of loans. lnn9M TABLER'SPHC BUGKEYEJjLC an rtad and WILL r PRACTICE m THE COUBT8 ( nil alio git r 0INTMENT CURES W0TH1H6 BMT PILES, Council Proceedings. . Ft m SOUR-MAS- i rtfrr Show's Poultry ITS Remedy. which too tarn that amount. 1 charga nothluf end rtctlrt nothing unlttt at abort. Nothing difficult to learn, or that can and CERTAIN CURE known for 13 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. rwpiwd by 1UCIUKDB0X.TATL0B MKP. CO., BT.LOCIS. A SURE 1 1 market. TnE OLDEST POUTBY REMEDY ON THE Postlvely prevents und cures Pronounced Hopeless, Yet A fc" The council mot in regular session From a letter written by Mrs. Ada Tuesday night, with all members present except councilmon Haffand E. Hurd, of Gorton, S. D., we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which Collins. The minutes of the last meeting settled on my lungs, cough set in and C. AlCt,C, Jltt 430, Aiticuatu, Mulne. finally terminated in Consumption. were read and approved. Dec.5-ly- . Miss Julia Blakemore was granted Four doctors gave me up, saying I dwoll-n- g could live but a short time. to build a I gave on Second street. myself up to my Saviour, determined Oapt. E Porter Thompson was if I could not stay with my friends DISTILLERY, NOW granted permission to erect a stable on earth, I would meet my absent A SMALL in operation, for ones above. My husband was advis- A rare Darg.un. Apply utile cheap. Only $4,000. on his premises on Shelby street. to M. T.MITCHKLL. A message was received from the ed to get Dr. King's New Discovery Ju'i.2S-tf- . Frankfort. Ky. Mayor stating that he had signed and for consumption, coughs and colds. approved the resolution in regara to I gave it a trial, took, in all, eight Newport News & H'ssissippi Valley Co, paving the streets with brick. bottles. It has cured me, and thank Mr. OhaB. E. Hoge, who was elected God I am now a "well and hearty a Sinking Fund Commissioner, was woman." Trial bottles free at Phil. Washington, Philadelphia, found to be ineligible, and the coun- Carpenter's Drug Store, regular sizes Now York, Baltimore, 4 cil then elected Mr. Wickliffe Chap- 50c. and $1.00. and the Sea-Sho- re Old Point man. AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. Mr. Davis, of the L. &N. R. R., LOUISVIULE TOBACCO IN KFFKlir NUv'&atUrUi 10. ItMl. before the Council and made MARKET. Fust Limited Aecm, Dally a statement in regard to gates at the EAST BOUND. Mull Express: Dully crossing at Ann and High Dally, uimy. Ex Sun. kx Sun railroad & DUI.RETT, streets. The council then passed an FUKNISHED BY GLOVERWAREHOUSE . Lexington . Lve. 7 afcim tiOOpin U4U.II11 5 ai'pin LOUISVILLE TODACCO 82Jum C 45pm 1280pm OOpiu Winchester " ordinance compelling the L. & N. to bSluni 7 12pm l uopm 735pm Mt. bterllng " keep a watchman at those corners at DAILY. Sales on our market for the week Ashland. . " 1210am 1007pm 840.1IU all times. " Councilman Darnell moved that a justclosed amount to 3,128 hhds., with Uuttlettsburg " 122dpm 10 23um U)jun committee be appointed to see at receipts for the same period of 2.825 Huntington " 1250pm 1047pm 30am Uittmni 210pm Washington what price the old market house hhds. Sales on our market since Jan- Pulludeiphlu " 1047um G50pm property could bo bought. Adopted, uary 1st amount to 101,589 hhds. Sales New York Arr. 120pm 820i)in and a committee composed of Ooun- - of the crop of 1891 on our market to DAILY, WEST BOUND, cilmen Church, Darnell and Klchard-so- n date 87,424 hhds. The hurley market has had more were appointed to attend to the (iOOiiiii Huntington 045llii Bnap and prices are a little stronger Cattlettsburt;L,ve. G2Stim aspni 7 14pm matter. " 4 Pill Councilman Gaines moved that the all along the line, the most improve- Asblund 2 05pm 727lim 0a7am Ex Sun, Street Committee be directed to look ment being in the common and mediMt. Sterling Lve. 10 27am 608pm 1 20pm G26um at the walk leading to the city school um bright grades. 4opm 165pin 7 16um Winchester ." The following quotations fairly Lexington . Arr. 1116ninii (J20pm 2 45pm 8(6atn and report in regard to its condition 1203pm our market for burloy Louisville Arr. 52opru OSOpm 740pm 11 satin next meeting. Adopted. represent at the Councilman Darnell moved that tobacco, crop of 1891: LUIirBD VEiCIoaLED CHAINS rundiillrln co'iue jtlo i vica C Mijtun & O.ilo 'K. K. V." , a committee of councilmen and the Trash (dark) or damaged Mayor be appointed to go to Lexing$5 50 to New Yo rk. tobacco $4 50 FAST MUL PitllNS runs dully und 7 00 ton and examine the brick streets Common Colory trash... 5 50 make lo: il stop j between Lexlncton mid Hunt- their and report the result of Alrtttt-a- inspoc- - Medium to good colory Ingtou. .. fill ritirl iJAH 9 00 7 00 trash HUVTINfJTON:& M0RB1IEAD .accommiida 7 00 tions run dully. Councilmen Maatin, Darnell and Shawl Common lugs not colory 5 00 were appointed on said committee. Medium to good colory LEXWrtTON AMORKHElDcfc LKXINUl'ON lugs 10 00 15 00 MT. STEULINH uccoinmodiitlons run dally The following resolution was offor-o- d two-stor- y Saved. much deelrt hut oat perion from tach diitiict or county. I hartal ready taught and provided with employment a largt nuinh.r who are making ortr Thrtt lhoueand Dollar! a Year, tach. All li new, aolld.aurt. Full particular! free. Alter you Know an. it you fSPcludt to go no further, hy, no harm It done. Addreie, rtqulrtt Unit I CHOLERA AND GAPES Kentucky Midland Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND More then pays for Its use In the extra production or FRANKFORT, :hc - c;- - . Onlr direct line between FOR SALE. (et a trial box. Frankfort, Georgetown lisle, and Paris, Fal- Car- grille, TICKETS Cynthiana, mouth and Covington. chapman & williams, GOODS ASK yOR TIA KY. MIDLAND. prescription druggists- neudauarters for PEHFUMES, TOILET AND SUNDRIES. TRAINS BUN BY GENTHAL STANDARD 18S8. TIME. TIME TABLE JUNE 20, IP TRAINS E AtiT. Lv. Frunkfort Lv. Summit Lv. Elkhorn M LNo. 1. 0.00 0.00 6.18 0.S2 G.3U 6 44 p M p M No. 3. No. 7. 3.S0 3.U6 3.41 up-rjear- Finest April SOU y. WATER in' Frankfort, ' .A, . V v" . " - y, .... Tks SPRING, Lv. Duvall l.v. Johnxon Lv.'deorgotown Lv.CS. Depot J v. Newtown Lt. Ceiitrevllle Iv Ellzubeth Ar Paris Lv.Switzer Lv. stamping Ground b.ll . .B . 0.52 6.66 7.(W 3.48 4.02 4.09 4.14 4.22 4.32 4.47 4.5G 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.35 3.CO 3.V0 I .... LVTMeleeeHeVW rM 1 W J 4 'J I 1 1 ..." f I .W TRAINS WEST. Lv. Purls c Ar. Elizabeth Ar. Centervllle Ar. Newtown Ar. 0 S. Depot . . . . Ar. Georgetown . . B . Ar. Johnson Ar. Duvall . , Ar. Stamping Ground . Ar. Swltzer Ar. Elkhorn Ar. Summit. . , . . . Ar. Frunkfort . . . A . 8.35 5.01 3.45 C. 0.15 4.05 111 P M 1 M V M INo. 2. INo.4 INo. tJlMoTIS 7.18 7.23 7.37 U H.00 5.6U 8.12 R16 8.24 8.30 8.41 8.43 8.54 0.01 6.02 0.00 0 14 G,T2 4.35 5.01 5.10 5.25 0.62 7.05 7.1S 7.35 7.55 6.45 013 9.19 9.25 9.33 0.37 0.45 0.51 0.58 7.10 7.10 7.22 7.30 8.10 8.20 8.30 sis-.- . rifice to his private interests; and Select or wrappery tobacco whereas, said Kirtley has made a full, Whereas, J. E. KIrtloy, in accept- Common to medium leaf 8 00$ 14 00 ing the office of City Assessor for the Modium to good loaf. 17 OOP year 1892, did bo at considerable sac- Good to fine leaf. 25 00 by Councilman Shaw: Common Colory lugs 7 50 10 00 14 00 17 00 25 00 TURQUrill SLKBHiNi JAitd to una rrom iiililiuton aril Naw York without change. C. L. Shown, J Gen. Puss. Agnnt, - I W"V I W 31 00 (J. A.. Lexington. Ky. W.S. IUhiiison. G.A., Ashland. Ky. ( W. BAitNEr, i J" X A njtnnMtta with T. Ar V B connects with Q. & C. and L. S. C connects with K. C. Effective July 24th. Sunday trulns leavo Krank-fo- rt 8:15 a. m. and 3:30 n. in., arrive at Georgetown 0:10 li. in. nml 4 ' n m Pnrle a.Kn u .V. nnd 6:10 P. m. i.e ive rnriH iu:io a. m. and 6HQ p. m.. nrrlvo ot Georgetown 10:55 n. m. nnd 0:05 p. m.j Kraukfort 11:60 a. in. and 7:00 p. m. ..., . Tho Vitlilnnlfe Hfl.llnM.I n,.ll..,n tlons form the shortest und cheapest route to nil . 30& rJ,4,f,t.h,e.rJ,nformatlon nPP'y to their agentu,-- ! Gen. Pass. Agt. city Ticket GEO. B. HARPER, Uen. 8upt, Agent. ' ft rAIHiPIO J