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Royal Baking Powder Is Superior to Every Other. scientific fact that the Royal Baking Powder I will go still further and is absolutely pure. state that because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for WR .. uj TIME, Lexington, Ky. S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, It is a ... 'J GREAT CLOSING our line of OUT SALE! other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. y , To reduce stock, we will offer, Jor thirty days, at strictly Cost Price, HENRY CANADA FISIIIISG. A. MOTT, Ph. D., LaU Chemistor U. S. Govt. CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS AND DRAPERIES. Camp of the Kingfishers. K' &. Big Basswood Lajce, AloomaDist., Ontario Canada, July 27, 1892. Editor Roundabout: As promised, I write you a brief Tesume of our fishing trip to date. "We left Cincinnati at 8:05 n. ra., July 16th, via Grand Eapids and Indiana Ttnilwav, with other members of the t: Messrs. "Kingfisher Club," Hickman, Culbertson, Foulds and Snyder, and were joined at Mackinac The $75 to be Oitv bv Thurston, of Central Lake, They promised. go backis less rethe Michigan. Our outfit, consisting of turned as we of duty. two canvas boats, lour tents, a lly amountdestination was Thessalon, a Our for dining table and a full set of camp Here cooking utensils, including a sheet small town on Lake Huron.wait for wo found us iron stove the wholo represented as per several wagons in directions, and loading up, at 27 baggage checks was consigned by 6 (American time) to Hickman's care as general bag- a o'clock ride over hill and we began valley, by 14 mile gageman. When he isn't able to got woodland, lake and stream, for our baggage through without extra camping Big Basswood Canada. charges for overweights, it isn't Canadian place on just one hour Lake. time is earlier worth while for anybody else to try. time. Two o'clock As he shucks his coat and helps than American three o'clock in OntaCousumptron. in ''hist" an extra heavy box or trunk, rio.America is the baggagemen haven't the heart to iin route, about a o'clock, we were The most to bo dreaded of all dis"kick" about weights. They just treated to the most magnificient dis- eases often begins in a simple cold, consider him one of the "gang." of tho aurora borealis I over ex- simply neglected. No cough Traveling through Indiana and play to see again. Tho heavens, above be allowed to run a single day should withpect Michigan, fields seen from the car and northward, wero filled with long out using the finest remedy in the windows were teeming with an appearing and world, Dr. Hale's Household Cough abundant harvest. The wheat crop lines of flashing light, in long scintil- Cure. It acts like magic, strengthening disappearing, moving appeared enormous. tno lungs, allaying all and At 8:10 p. m. we ontered Grand lating columns, breaking away in cures a cough whore allirritationremeothor Hapids. a city of 80.000 inhabitants, lines of frosty needles, succeeded by dies fail. 25 and 50c. per bottle at orange, crimson, yellow and other and of rapid growth. Here we were rainbow colors. South Side Drug Store. The center seemed met at the depot byW. R. Shelby, to be in tho zenith, from which, like Carpenter's 4 an old boyhood companion of mine, fiery squadrons, tho brilliant rays of whom I had not seen since early Lockjaw. A native of Boyle county, he light appeared to dart toward the or march in serried ranks Michigander, horizon, is now a Mr. Louis Tiaving married a Grand Rapids lady parallel to the earth. Our path and has a Green Cox, of Franklin county, wore lighted up and being First Vice President of the surrounding objectsclearness, almost with lockjaw Mountain saddle mare Having two with conspicuous apparent violent, nas oeen a at Macoy's stable. She G. B. & I. Railroad. in serious condition since hours to spare, he showed us such equal to day. This 11 o'clock but silent, convulsion parts of the city as was accessible. That rolling with volcanic of nature un- attending yesterday. Dr. .Flatt is her. Daily speed, Midway night we took a sleeper for Mackinac vast in area, inspired everyone yet so Clipper, of Thursday. with City, reaching the strait between For over Xake Huron and Michigan at 8 a. m. feelings of awe. spectaclo wasan hour visible IB Marriage a Failure. 16th. Here we breakfasted the magnificient of the apparently so clear above our heads and had fine views of the broad, as to leave the impression that the vessel-dotte- d waters of the lakes Have been trying to wagons had someand the heights of the Mackinao movement of ourtho agitation of tho best outyou existence withoutget the of thing to do with Island. The cars were run aboard a waves of light, yot it, no doubt, was in your family? Have you health been steamer and in an hour landed at St. thousands yards away. wearing out you life from the effects Ignaco, an iron furnace town. It was near midnight when wo of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint Thence the northern journey was re- reached Big Basswood Lake. Wo Indigestion? Are you sleepless and at sumed for Sault St. Mary at the foot roused a settler on its banks a sort night? Do you awake in the morning was ot Lake Superior. Tne journey tongue through a dense forest of pines, of hermit Englishman and at his in- feeling languid, with coated Don't do sallow, ourselves at home in vitation cedars and hemlocks, that can only his housemadetho night. Ho is an odd and A shout haggard looks? tells how it. the camp for be settled by people bent on suicide, sort of individal whom we have Aunt Fanny'sin Health Restorer has or a desire to hermitizo, as tho land Trial "would hardly raise six beans to tho titled, "Jibbonanosey, or Nick of the cured others; it will euro you. 50c. at Woods." His house is a perfect curi- package free. Largo size acre. A vexatious delay at Trout & Williams. "Lake Junction held ub for several osity shop, full of every sort of fish- Chapman ' 40 hours, awaiting tho delayed St. Paul ing tackleof and hunting gear, ten guns, pistols, Indian varieties train. tomahawks, pictures, air If you have a buggy, carriage or One of the spectres that stared us skjulls, medallions, stuffed animals, set of harness which needs repairing in the face was the inspection of tho pumps, robes and deer skins, com- tako it to the Kentucky Buggy and Canadian Customs Officers as wo books, "would cross tho boundary. To have passes, eve glasses, storeopticons, an- Harness Company on east Broadway. vils, cooking hammers, our 27 pieces of baggage overhauled telescopes, &c. untensils, his house is All work promptly oxocuted. BoBido and the bottoms of our trunks upset tho grave of hiB favorite dog, coverwas tedious enough, and then there ed with flowers, and on tho tree Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. "was an indisposition to have inspect an of his ed our "medical supply" kit which above is withembossed epitaph thrust an envenomed some said was dutiable. After a stop virtues, of twenty minutes at Sault St. Mary, COPPERSMITH on the Amerioan side, we crossed St. telligent and has treated us kindly. Mary's River on the new bridge over Our tents are pitched at his door, wo the rapids, and wore halted in a long, kitchen TZaiE low bottom on the Canadian side. use his our table. stove, and ho is a Here tho dreaded inspection was to guest at . tako place. Sending Hickman and As for fishing the object wo travel- - Has just received a large . invoice Culbertson forward to tho baggage ed these 700 and odd miles-- wo have no oar with a list of our impedimenta, laok. Black bass are so abundant, of the celebrated the balance of our party guarded our we only fish as tho desire urgently valises, fishing rods, xo,, in the prompts. Our scoro in tho past ton smoker. Directly tho front door days foots up 310 blaok bass, small of tho car opened and a customs mouth, running from 1 to 4 pounds, ROGERS' BROTHERS pike, trout and official entered, hearing a seal big besides wall-eye- d onpugh to down an ox. It was a piokorol. Were we fish hogs wo harmless instrument, howeyor, aH he could easily havo doublod the scoro. & iperoly informed each passenger who Tho water 1b remarkably clear, quite 1847 SPOONS, KNIVES FORKS, had baggage in tho baggago car to cold, and the lake pioturosquo, most d go forward with key to have it in- of tho banks rocky, abrupt ana with beautiful moss. Big Bass-woo- d Which he is selling at prices that spected. Several ladies oboyed tho Lako it 0 miles long ana from, order, one of them flho(rtly returning will astonish the It has been wlUi tho laughable remark .that her ono to two miles wide. face was good enough for honesty and soundod to a depth of 000 foot. Its' lior trunk passed examination. We shoro lino is irregular, with rooky to-wi-- referred the officer to our list sent forward, and with a glance at our tackle he passed on. As the cars finally began to move, our two part nors returned with the statement that depositing $75 on the list of articles, including several dollars duty on conee and canned rruits, we were checked through. One official smilingly remarked, "I don't suppose you have any cough medicine in your trunks, but up where you are going you will need sometimes to drink your water with a straw." Our emissaries "tumbled," smilingly and invited tho officials to visit our camp. full of bass and wall-eye- d pike. ivaspberries grow wild and abundant, as are huckleberries. Our cook is a native born Kanuck, understands the art. We will not starve, as our table includes such things as canned soups, broiled bass and trout, lamb, Don't miss this sale, as the goods must be closed out, to make ham, canned tongue, canned macaroni and cheese, potatoes, crackers, room for fall purchases. light bread, flannel cakes, hardtack, Salesroom southeast corner Main and and Broadway, C. F. Brower maple syrup, coffee, tea, huckleberry pies, peaches, raspberries, milk, &c. & Co's old stand. Our nightly camp fires are enjoyable, with no reflections allowed on any one who happens to "stretch the blanket." We even dare to hoist the "stars and stripes" over camp. Canada should belong to the U. S. anyhow; wo are but tho advance guard of occupation. The Kentucky contingent Charley and Owen F and the writer are enjoying good health, thank ye. As the stock is complete in each department, with fresh, new points and inland bays Besides this goods, this is a rare opportunity to secure water are other lakes Mud Lake, Loon Lake and Clear Lake the latter Genuine Bargains. Brower, cott $ Frazee, Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Draperies, &c. man-Tioo- d. full-fledg- ' 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 mm Tt "to jl" 3HC s 9 Are the best and cheapest, and are only found at M. P. GRAY Hardware Merchant. :&! ssar-'-oig'sgaflS'f- tis: W.L rrr 15-t- f. TE-WELB- I iia:fl i'i il I cov-oro- July 30-l- mV t A. J .AJJtM Ul fTOMMMfffl 0H Jt4V 2 . 4 IMCillDULirxx TfiT'ctgrora.e- - SELLING OUT AT COST. We will sell at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, fiarnss, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Ranies,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cahles, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All oods sold oh time will be charged at regular price. Cor. Main and Lewis Stre'ets, Personals. Miss Janie Dehoney has returned from Georgetown. Miss Hallie Rodman, of Louisville, is with relatives here. Miss Mary Barrett has returned to her home in Louisville. Miss Todd Safiell went to Louis ville Monday morning. Mr. Shackelford, of Owensboro, spent Sunday in this city. Mr. Frank Davis, of Louisville, was in the city on Sunday last. Miss Mary Keith Miles has returned from a visit to Midway. Master Willie Callahan, of Lexington, is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Green, jr., are Visiting relatives in this city. Q ? m COLLINS Bradley-Hawkin- s. &, BR0.9 Opposite the Farmers Bank. Kavanaugh in this city for several weeks, left for Georgetown Thurs- day. Miss Louise Michel, of Demopolis, Alabama, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. John 0. Mastin, on Third street. Miss Eugenia Lewis, of Greenville, Mississippi, is visiting Miss Cordelia Lindsey, on Wapping street. Miss Mary Fishback, of Lexington, has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Banta, in this city the past week. Mr. Frank C. Hughes, who has been visiting friends here, left yesterday for his home in South Pittsburg, Tennessee. Mr. Charles G. Payne and wife returned Wednesday from a trip to Detroit, Niagara Falls and Toronto, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Suter left Thursday morning, on the Steamer Fall City, for Gratz, Owen county, to visit The wedding of Miss Mary L. Haw kins and Mr. William E. Bradley, of this city, took place near Louisville, at the home of her uncle, Mr. Adolph Snead, in a quiet, informal manner. It was an event of much interest to their many friends and ac- GOOD THINGS ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, v M ".'. w . quaintances of Frankfort. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Blayney, of the Presbyterian Church, of this city, August 3d, at 11 o'clock. Mrs. .& A! Mary Hawkins, Mrs. Merri-wethe- r, mother and grandmother of the bride, together with Mrs. Wick-liff- e Chapman, Miss Duvall, Mr. Geo. F. Berry and Mr. Jas. G. Dudley, of Frankfort, left on the early morning train to be present at the wedding. Mr. met the Snead, with a guests at the station, and soon they were started on the drive to his loveMidsummer ly country home. heat was forgotten, as the road lay in the heart of leaves and shadow; in due time could be de scried "Knobedge." the pretty summer residence of Mr. and Mrs. Snead, built on the very shoulder of one of New Albany's highest hills, commanding a view for miles of the varied country around. The ceremony was very impressive; the bride came in on the arm of the groom, attended by his two little nephews, Allen and Fred Hoffman. The bride's costume was a charm of simplicity. She wore a white corded silk and a lace veil, which fell to tho bottom of her train, fastened by a diamond ornament, a present from the groom, and carried a boquet of white roses and ferns. After congratulations to the bride and groom, the wedding breakfast was served, and amidst meats and dainties and happy good humor, toasts were offered in champagne to the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley left on the 1:45 train for a summer's outing, and will return to their home in Frankfort about the middle of September. After the departure of the bride and groom, the guests enjoyed the privilege of seeing the presents to the bride. There were from many exquisite souvenirs friends, but no keepsake could be dearer than the one she will hold in her memory the beauty and happiness of nature, at "Knobedge," which gave a soft, magical tenderness to her wedding day. four-in-han- THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE IN OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. Fletcher Poynter, of Shelby-villwas in the city Sunday. Miss Theo Phillips, of Lexington, is visiting Miss Janie Dohoney. Mr. James M. Todd, jr., of Louisville, epent Sunday in this city. Misses Emily and Annie Thomas ore at home from a trip to Canada. JMiss Bertha Haxthausen returned Saturday to her home in Louisville. Mr. W. T. Shy and wife left Thursday for a trip to Blue Lick Springs. Mr.JW. J. Chinn was not so well yesterday and is considered a very ill Mr. e, relatives. J man. Mrs. Ed. Olaassen is quite ill at the residence of her mother in Cincin- nati. MissesAdelma Grutcher and Clara Buckley spent Tuesday in Louis- ville. Mr. Charles E. Haff left Saturday evening for Peru, New York, to visit his parents. Mr. Will Cannon and family, of Daisy, Tenn., are visiting Mr. H. Berry and family. Mrs. R. S. Burnett and Miss Ruby Macklin leave next week for Old Point and Washington. Mrs. Geo. F. Berry and mother, Mrs. Cornelia ?,Bush, have returned from French Lick Springs. Misses" Tillie Branch and Sue left Thursday for a visit to friends in Lexington. Mr. J. W. Hughes and wife leave Monday for a ten days' stay at French Liek Springs, Indiana. MisslMinnie Newberry, of Lexing ton, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. M. L. Todd, in Bellepoint. Mrs. Frank 0. Hughes, of South Pittsburg, Tennessee, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. T. Stanton. Misses Helen and Fannie Gordon, of Madison, Indiana, are visiting Miss Bottie Pence in Bellepoint. Miss Alice Withrow returned homo on Saturday from a visit to friends in Frankfort. Midway Clipper. Mr. Albert II. McOluro, jr., left Thursday for Thousand Islands, New York, on a fishing trip. Miss Virgie Nelson has returned COURT HOUSE. from a visit to her grand parents at county. B. B. Joffors, Democrat Silver Crook, Madison daugh- H. K. Brawnor, Republican . Mrs. Eugene P. Moore and MAKKET llOUSf;. ter, Miss Jane Swigort, of Louisville, city,, B. B. Jeffers ,. aro yisiting friends in this Saturday H. K.Brawner Mr. J. W. Gayle returned QAS HOUSE. , afternoon from a trip of several weeks 'to the White Mountains. B. B. JefTors. & S H. K. Brawnor Owen-toMiBS Emma OaBtloman, of Jeffers majority, 310. who has been visiting Miss Sue to-da- Kav-anaug- h Mr. William Miller and wife, of Covington, are visiting Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. A. B. Read and wife, near this city. Mr. Egbert Stephens is visiting friends in Aberdeen, Ohio. He will probably call on Squire Beasley before ho returns. Miss Lillie Oromwell, of Lexington, who has been visiting relatives in this city for the past two weeks, returns home Miss Eloise Posey, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. W. H. Posey, returned to her home in Thursday. Mrs. H. G. Henderson returned yesterday from a six weeks' visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Oaseldine, of Tallapoosa, Georgia. Mrs. VanGeison and children, of Omaha, Nebraska, will arrive at Mrs. M. L. Todd's, Bellepoint, this morning, for a visit of several weeks. Misses Alma Hagan and Annie Orutcher, of Richmond and Miss Lida Terry, of Bridgeport, will arrive to spend a few days with Miss Alma Scofleld. Mrs. W. J. Daulton and two daughters, who have been visiting her cousin, Miss Hannah Kennedy, for the past month, returned to their home in Louisville Wednesday. Mr. Len. Hughes went to Lexington Monday to meet the other members of the State College Band, of which M. S. D. he is the leader, and will leave, that city next Monday with the balance Physicians Puzzled. of the boys for Mountain Lake Park, Maryland, where they will play durMany persons are unable to sleep ing the meeting of the Chautauqua. on their left side. The cause has long been a puzzle to physicians. Metropolitan papers speak with great Miles, As a general liniment for sprains interest of Dr. Franklin specialist Indiana and bruises or for rheumatism, lame the eminent back, deep seated or muscular pains, in nervous and heart diseases, who Chamberlain's Pain Balm is un- has proven that this habit arises rivaled. For sale by J. W. Gayle, from a diseased heart. He has examined and kept on record thousands Druggist. of cases. His New Heart Cure, a wonderful remedy, is sold at J. W. testify to its Gayle's. Tlie Election Monday, value as aThousands Heart Diseases. cure for Mrs. Ohas. Boney, Lovoland, Colo., The election for City Marshal, held says its effects on her were marvelous. on Monday, resulted as follows: Elegant book on heart disease free. to-da- y. Law-rencebu- OUR STOCK IS hundieds take from it, yet it never diminishes. This, of course, is because there is a never-dyinspring of supply that feeds the stream. g LIKE A STREAM .- tu ' k$ 41 ' Vr SLUGGISH , STREAMS STAGNATE 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." MOTION -- jm , & i i J CONSTANT IN THE BEST CONDITION KEEPS WATER and a fUi tvi V ll is always flowing out and flowing in. constant flow of trade keeps a stock in best condition. We have no dead stock," because our stock never stands still. It 4i W: ? BO 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. ... i' 7 . $ 'Mi '.& i y R. K. McCLURE, v W- - CljarJLiM.- - fitxreet. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. Capital City Business ESTjBLISKZD 1891. College. . . 48-4- t. '4 i Vs Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, 1 . . 270 135 222 126 218i Pipe Leaking:. Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. . .'.'.'; 6 n, 130 Tho Water Company have a diver Business Correspondence, Shorthand, at work repairing a leak in a joint of Business writing, Book-keepinTypewriting, Commercial Law, the fourteen inch river main. Tho leak is a short distance from the Arithmetic, Grammar, Spelling, etc, shoro at the foot of Ann street, and advanced student it is expected that it will be stopped Hlglit school from September to June. The backward pnplls encouraged. TheIncorporation, Appllcatloniroade for finished. Diplomas awarded. Cttlogueln;reB. JJ, We nave tho best borne school of business in the Stat? of Kentucky, 'f-- J by thla afternoon. . g, , ; V! 1 A IH- - I -,- T.'"'v ') JTJ" v SPRING HATS! ? SPRING NECKWEAR! Of Spring "Wooelns , iM Imported if suicL Domestic G-ood- s. Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. to have you look at them. Would be pleased HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! Gen. Speed S. Pry, Superintendent of the Kentucky Soldier's Home, near Louisville, died at that Institution Monday night, after a brief illness, aged 75 years. He was a soldier in both the Mexican and lato wars, aind while Colonel of the Fourth Kentucky Infantry participated in the battle of Mill Spring, in whioh lo killed the Confederate General .Zollicbffer. He was Keprosentativo from Boyle county in the Legislature and while serving as such of 1889-'9made many friends in this city. Mrs. Maria B. Sharp, wife of Rev. 0, plfKentucky A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree External, Internnl, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, uccentor Hereditary. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. $1.00 a box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to refund the $5 00 paid lr not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. iuggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy SW CURE BUGGIES, HAENESS AUD FARM IMPLEMENTS s gists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. 1G-I- GAYLE. andLKCOMPTE& GAYLE CO.. Drug- Sharp, former rector of .Ascension Ohuroh in this city, died .at tho residence of her sister in Baltimore, Maryland, on Wednesday, July T. Henry style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-clasless than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. & 27th. n Mr. John Rea, a citizen, died at his home on Ann street Saturday evening at 9 o'clock, after a brief illness with flux, aged about 60 .years. The deceased was born in county Tyrone, Ireland, and came to this country with his parents when quite a small boy. In 1863 he came well-know- try. They came into town Sunday evening to take the boat, and had to v wait for it until 3 o'clock Monday SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Returning Thursday morning. morning, they had to watch for the boat a great portion of Wednesday Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. night. They brought back a large box, which was said to contain their catch, and if the Ash were in propor"STOTTIEB March f tion to the size of the box, they must some young whales. have hooked " WELL BRED, SOON W ED." GIRLS WHO USE Some of the bait leaked out or they Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. would have stopped longer. e. "5r ZHZ-AJVJ- EJ IQ-CrGrGr- PJL1N"TED. 26-t- to this city and established a carriage manufactory in connection with Mr. Charles Shryock, under the Arm name of Shryock & Rea, Mr. Thos. .Burns afterwards purchasing the interest of Mr. Shryock, when the Arm i AA1 V" EI. iv si.' became Rea & Burns. After several .years Mr. Rea sold his interest to his jpartner and removed to Indiana and afterwards to Marshall, Missouri, .from whioh place he returned to this Camping;. oity to reside some two years ago. During his residence hero he took an A party composed of Mr. Johnson active interest in the welfare of tho Barrett and wife, Misses Kittie and city and was largely instrumental in the volunteer Are de- Lottio Newbrandt, of Cincinnati; Misses Mary Todd, Georgia Payne, partment after the war, and was a hardworking and efficient Emma Wright, Louise and Myra Wiard and Messrs. Walter Franklin, man at a Are. Foster Baird, Thos. P. Wiard, He was elected the Arst Chief of R. the Fire Department after tho city went down Todd and Charley Wiard to Mr. Henry Church's purchased a steam engine, whioh place, Ave miles from the city, on position he Ailed for several years. He was a bluff, honest, good natured Elkhorn, Wednesday morning, and man who numbered his friends by went into camp for a two weeks' outIlls acquaintances, and his death 1b ing. They are having a splendid greatly regretted by all who knew timo Ashing and enjoying the fresh air and expect to be joined by other him. He was twice his Arst wife parties next week. 48-lys Mc-Kenz- ie Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, One good second hand mower for Ind., says: "I tried Chamberlain's sale. Price 20. A bargain. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Mastin Bros. for diarrhoea and severe cramps and pains in the stomach and bowels, with Buggies, carriages and harness rethe beBt results. In the worst cases I never had to give more than the third paired by the Kentucky and Harness dose to effect a cure. In most cases one Company. dose will do. Besides its other good qualities it is pleasant to toko." Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria! 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. 15-t- f. SAPOLIO Are Quickly Married IText JulT2-lr- Try It In Tour House-Cleanin- g SHEEP! SHEEP! SHEEP! 1 . to responsible parties. July30-lm- . 0 ) bers to suit purchaser, nndon easy terms SOUTH TIUMBLK, Forks of Elkhorn. Atkins' Patent Concave Tootii Dexter. Th phkendalis ill cutting teeth through tho center from point to base, thus removing all friction whllo in use, giving strength and stiffness to tho teeth and increasing three-foltho durability of tho "set." WE CHALLENGE TILE WOBJLI to produco n Saw d DIXtFS FWOIJITE. F0f THE WOODS OF THE SOUTtf If HJS ftO EQUJL. patent by which this Sow Is protected consists of a depression of tho faco of tho equaling tho ATKINS FAST CUTTING DEXTER. ft mi -- a i married, being a Miss Foots, of Paris, sister of the lato Vol. W. Foote, by whom bo had four ohildren, and his last wife was MIbs Mary Belle Brown, daughter of Officer Henry Brown, who, together with two ohildren, survives to mourn his loss. The funeral took place from his late residence at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon, tho services being conducted by Rev. H. G. Henderson, after whioh tho remains wore taken In oharge by Dexter Lodge, No. 54, Knights of Pythias, of whioh organization tho deceased was a member, and buried with tho honors of the Order. While tho funeral services wore in progress tho Are bell on tho engine house was tolled as a mark of respect to the veteran Aroman. per foot. lvcr Steel, XnclntHngr Ilnmllc, ,isiSpcclal stci!lt without Hnudles, $1.00 per foot. .75 The Garfield Club. Pursuant to a call issued by the Republican League of Kentucky, the GarAeld Republican League Club will hold a special meeting Wednesday evening, August 10th, at eight o'clock, to elect alternate delegates to the Convention of Republican Clubs in Lexington,August 18th ,1892, and attend to such other business as may como before the meeting. Geo. W. Reook, President. W. K. VanWinkle, Secretary. , ns It Is certain In Its effects and docs uot blister. Read proof below 1 Tho largo demand for the Atkins Concave Tooth Dexter Saw has led competitors to malto Inferior Saws which they claim "as good as the Dexter." Theso imitation Saws aro mado from a BEWARE OP IMITATIONS. Tlo Mont Successful Kcmeuy evcrdlscoT-cred- lower grado of steel, inferior workmanship, and without tho patent concavo tooth. Ask your hardware dealer for tbo "Atkins Dexter." and tako no other. If tho dealer will not order it for you, remit amount with order direct to us. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Hwceucy.Hhotildor JoliitI.!iiiit)ueH.8titlo l, Joint Foot, I ant working on lumcnenH lu Fore llitJoliit IiaiiiencMB and will euro that all with Kendall's Spavin Cure. It U tho best Liniment for manor Hboe-llol- E. CATKINS & CO., 12-6- BBS Ind. Minn. Memphis, Tmn. Chattanooga, Teniu 159 m Littuc Rock, Ark., Aug. 3S, "XX. Kkmdaix Co.; Qenta It is with the Krentest ntlf action that I Inform you that I harecureil thi! following illaenses: Dr. D. Mch. e. 0. w. J. beast I have ever used. I recommend It to all horsa owners. Horses that I have worked on are valuable, but without your Llulment would be worthless. I havo friends who used It for Bprnlim and JlrulseH and cured them. They say It Is the best they over used. Yours truly, B. U. S. WELLS. Kendall's Spavin Cure. A euro for disease without modi-oinWrite for full particulars to DuBois & Webb, Room 10, Morton Block, Corner Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville, Ky. o. nnruun FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. nPHIS SCHOOL FURNISHES THE ELEMENTS OP AN X Tlint Fishing Party. y, A party composed of Messrs. John O. Frazier and his sons, Tom and Frank, of Woodlake, and John Han-leAllen, Emulus and Rufus CromUNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA well of Jett Station, wont down to CnABLOTTSVlLLK, tho mouth of Elkhorn tho Arst of tho Next session begins 16th Sept. VA. Courses In Art, week with tho intention of capturing Engineering, Law, Medicines. For announcement apply to all tho Ash in that part of tho coun- WM. M. THORNTON, LL., D Chairman. Da. B. J, Kkmdalx, Co., Knoaburgh Falls, Vt.: Oonts-- In ths year 1S81 1 treated with Kendall's Spavin Cure a Houe Spavin of seven years standing nearly as largo ns a hens egg and completely stopped the lameness and removed tho enlarge, ment. Have worked the horse very hard ever since, he never has shown any lamouess neither can I seo any dlfferonco In tho slio of the hook. K. Yours truly, COOLKY. MONTO VlSTO, Colo., DOC. 21, 1689. education for boys and young men who dosiro to enter a Colleges and Universities. the 15th 1'rice $1 per bottle, or l bottles for The Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBER, $8. All Uruigitta have it or can get it 1892. For Catalogues, address for you, or it will be sent to any on receipt of price by the proprial-dre- nt etor: DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. y, Andrew Fuller Case. Frankfort, Kentucky. vA Aug.i-i- -- rrzj .r .J "' ?q?T '- .'.-- ' b build the cribbing, fill in behind the Teachers' Institute. guide walls, build tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmHmmmmmmHmmmmmm The Franklin County Teachers' Lock Io. 6. The Sctored at the at Frankfort, Kentucky, houses, &c, at s aa mailable matter. work on Lock No. 7 will probably be Institute will be hold in tho Frankfort Public School building August commenced in earnest noxt season. BO. 1. LEVTIS.. Editor and Publisher. 20th to September 2d, 1802. Arm Broken. Tho following is tho programme prepared from tho syllabus: FRANKFORT, AUGUST G, 1802. Master Lindsay Dorsey, the little 1. Reading J. O. Porter son of Mr. Will. Dorsov and wife, of Discussed by Garrett Reed and A New Departure. Oldham county, was swinging upon Mary Morris. the front gate of the residence of his It. H. Graham In addition to our facilities for grandfather, Maj. H. T. Stanton, 2. Spelling for and Discussed by Annie Magill and executing overy variety of plain and Tuesday, when he fell and broke his Maggie Downey. "Castor! Is o well adapted to children that Castoria cores Colic, Constipation, fancy letter press job work, we are right forearm near the wrist. Drs. 3. Composition R. W. Porter Bour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, I recommend i t tu superior to any prescription Price and Jamea reduced the fracture Ellis Worms, elves sleep, and promotes df now prepared to furnish all kinds of Discussed by Lucy Pattie and Lulie known to mo." H. A. Axcnxit, M. D gestlon. little fellow has been as lively Pace. and the 111 Bo, Oxford St, Brooklyn, K. T. Without injurious medication, fine lithographic work, such as letter as a cricket ever since. . 4. Words and Idioms Thos. B. Ford heads, bill heads, note heads, cards, years I recommended "The use of ' Castoria ' is sounlrers-- 1 and ' Castoria, ' and shall always Insur- - Discussed by McHenry Rhoadsand Ita merits so well known that It seems a work yourFor severalinvariably have continue to envelopes, checks, certificates of A New Home produced beneficial supererogation to endorse It Few are the do so as it has of Sadie Grant. mice Co. Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results." stock, &c. The work will bo gotten 5. Grammar G. T. Scarce within easy reach." Edwin F. Prdh, M. D., Carlos Marttw. D. D., up in the latest style and on short "Tho Wintbrop," 123th Street and 7th Ave., Discussed by O. H. Parrent and T. Some of the most prominent New York City. New York City Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church. notice. If you aro in need of any citizens of Louisville and the State A. Brammell. 6. Arithmetic W. W. Porter thing in that line call and examine are organizing the Columbian Fire 77 Mohrat Sires, Nkw York. Tme Centaur Insurance Co. of America, a card of Discussed by W. O. Guthrie and our samples before ordering. elsewhere in these Sadie Tanner. which appears columns. Mr. Harry Bush will visit 7. Penmanship Prof. E. B. Guion at Eminence, Frankfort shortly and give our citi- Discussed by V. Moore and Det. Dedication Feb. Sept. zens generally an opportunity to par- Laughlan. ticipate in this enterprise. 8. Mental Arithmetic J. B. Dooley The Odd Fellows at Eminence, Discussed by Jennie Goddard and Kentucky, have lately erected a fine Got a Bargain. Etta Moberly. Lodge Room, and it will bo dedicated 9. Geography O. J. Newton Mr. John T. Buckley purchased at with great ceremoney at that place Discussed by G. D. Hancock and on Wednesday, the 7th of September. Commissioner's sale on Monday the Lei a Bartlette. They have already invited the Frank- handsome residence erected by Mr 10. History G. T. Graham fort, Midway and Versailles Lodges P. S. Rule, on the corner of Second Discussed by W. H. Parrent and to be present and assist in the cere- and Main streets, South Frankfort, Carrie Cardwell. monies, and will invite all the Lodges for $6,325. The house was built a 11. Physiology T. E. Utterback in central Kentucky from Lexington little more than a year ago at a cost Discussed by Mollie Arnold and to Louisville. In all it is believed of $6,500, the lot upon which it was Annie Reed. that not less than 20 Lodges will be erected costing $2,800 additional. It 12. Civics Ed. Porter Thompson present. The ceremonies of dedica- is one of the handsomest and best Discussed by L. F. Johnson. tion will last all day, and it is be- built frame residences in the city. 13. The Curriculum Thos. Hunter lieved that from 3,000 to 5,000 people General discussion. Painfully Injured. will be present. Eminence is sur14. The Human Mind..H. M. Polsgrove rounded with the most cultivated peoDiscussed by A. J. Hulettand Emma CALL Mrs. August Maner was returning SEE ple in Kentucky, and this dedication tu her home in the country Saturday Cardwell. will be made a notable event in cenProf. Coleman wagon, and 15. Teaching tral Kentucky. At night there will afternoon, in a spring just after crossing the St. Clair street Discussed by Prof. T. M. Turner. be a grand ball in the Lodge Room, bridge the seat upon which she was House and Lot For Sale. and the beauty and gallantry of cenAdvertised Letters sitting upset and threw her out of tral Kentucky will be there. John Frankfort, Ky. backwards. She alighted L. Scott, of Frankfort, has been in- the vehicle '1 HF, FR tME RESIDENCE. CON 1 tabling twelve rooms, cellar and basement. of her vited to deliver the oration of dedi on the back badly head and shoulders Below will he found a list of advertised on wasniugion street next door to tin Episcopal was so bruised up that she letters for the week ending August 6th, piirtiomige. is onereo ior sale at u bargain, for cation, and Chief Justice W. H. Holt and terms apply to has since been confined to , bed. It 1892: xr.it ou,11. W. VNDERSON GAINES. , . and other distinguished Kentuckmns . '.. UCl 11DU& Abbot, A. F. UllllU IS il lUlkUimiG lUili Lee, Mrs. America will also address the assembled not broken by the fall. Anderson, Mrs. Kennedy, Geo. thousands on the good work of Odd was Mary Miss Letcher. IB. Fellowship in the United States All Bud, Dick Ellen McKee Tlie Temptation. Consumption Cured. Baker, Rubs McCord, Mrs. G. together this dedication at Eminence To bo of tloory In L. Brock. ,i'I be!i?' 'V0 ,bo one o tho best medicines will mark a notable event in the strong, out we art, many roush weather Is not Beard, Henry ot us. compelled to but I'hwlclana, ?. W. B. Osborn, Willie ,,' had ttconsumption, tw years iigo. Raid raf1 history of the order in Kentucky. face rough weather irequeutl . D.seases Blackburn, Prof. Sims, Frank both lungs uffected. have had to send her outh forseveral springs to Widows and whlcli urlse from a chill are ic ullar to no An Odd Fellows' W.S. Scott. Mrs. Eliza- keci her iilUe. but since she has been taking n-iFrankfort, Ky. Ream's Microbe Killer she has been rlcht at beth Orphan's Home for the entire State season ot the year. This Is true, therefore Coleman, Mrs. home attending to her business, and Is in better should be In the closet of every house-- j Ella Storm, P. S. health tmtii she has been hi 2f vears. Why not take there what? Not an unmcdlcated .stimulant, will be discussed. hold Mills Sullivan, Tom "It. T. POOLE, Cedartown. Ga." steps to establish this home at Frank nlolutely void of anything but an excltlve Ohaney, Mrs. G. Crockett, Thomas, Miss mil a ionic comunnug, in me eneccive Several Diseases Cured. fort, the Capital of the grand old action,of an Invtgoraiit aid an alterative, the Dyer, Mary Lucy form "I Commonwealth? What is the matter quality of defense lunlust changes of veathr. Derinder, J. W. Williams, Henry your cheerfully testify to the curative powers of medicine. Having been asufTeror from llostetter's S oniach Bitters has three or four Euler, William X2a:sWilliams, Frank weak lungs, bronchial affection and indigestion, properties that no other article of Its class with Fort Hill for the location. - ufier taking Microbe Killer nil of the above O (2) Gullet. N. possesres. Walker, Mrs. Jon- synitoms Not only does It relieve the have entirely disappeared. which It eventually cures, It fortifies Hays, Mrs. Annie nie " ours. etc.. the sys'em ugnlnst the b d effects of change Hutchison, Mrs. Walsh, J. Into Five Districts. THCN- L- DAVIS, ot teinpiTuture. fatatally and to.) often Miotwi Mollie Write, Mrs. Syn"Janitor Howard Memorial Library. In the deadly form of "la grippe;" It produces New Orleans, La." a radical niiange hi the weakened condition Mrs. M. they County Judge Ben G. Williams ap- ot a s stem peculiarly ible t b attacked by Jordon, P. Younir. John Asthma nnd Catarrh Cured. It. and It tend to provide against the danger pointed Messrs. D. M. Woodson, resulting from an I upo.erlsnel condition of Jones, Mrs. W. M. Teachers Agency "I imve been u suifrrer from asthma nnd tor Price C. Towles and M., L. Crutcher a the blood and a disordered state orthe liver or When calling for these letters nay ad- catarrh, my more tlmn two years past, getting bowels. most if sleep sitting u In bed orreclli ingln MAIN STREET, board of Commissioners to v. 73 - FKAMFOftT ROUNDABOUT. post-offlDocoad-olaa- lock-keeper- s' m rfe 4 Infants Children. i Fire Co-pa- kt, 13-l- y. FrauRfort Furniture igacturii Co. ;tf Have opened Sale Rooms on Ann Street, near Christian Church.1 , 'X. VJ y.l . P "$ fli set pais. at CURES ALL -- TWO-STOR- I . .... 'ta 'to . DISUSES! EoVt. XJ-A-vr"-E5I2, y. Franklin i i H. MATTERS, -- M ', .V m w com-iilaln- ts 2 - - 11 vertised. n K. lay.- the county into magisterial disNear Drowning. tricts under the new law, and they have filed their report with Judge Bob and Sam Taylor and Lew. Williams. They have divided the Smith, three young colored men, county in five districts the city of were out in a boat fishing in the Frankfort constituting one, that river near the mouth of Glens Creek, portion of the county west of the Monday afternoon, wh8n the boat river two and that portion east of the was accidentally upset and the occuriver two. The two districts west of pants thrown into the water. Neither the river are divided by the L. & N. of them could swim and all oame near railroad and the two east of the drowning before they could be res river are divided by a line running cued by some young white men with the Owenton pike, from the city who were bathing near by at the limits to the point where the Peak's time. One of the colored men was Mill pike leaves the Owenton pike; unconscious when taken from the thence with the Peak's Mill pike to water and it required considerable the Owen county line. Under the work to bring him around all right. new law each district is allowed but One magistrate, and hereafter our Cheap Rate to Cincinnati. county court will be composed of five members. Four dollars to Cincinnati and reJudge Williams is now at work turn via Kentucky Midland. C. D. Beecaw, dividing up the magisterial districts G. P. A. into voting precincts so that each district will have not exceeding three To Cincinnati. hundred voters in it. The city will have five voting precincts instead of On account Queen City Driving three as heretofore two in South Park meeting tho L. & N. Railroad will, on August 8th to 13th inclusive, Frankfort and three on the north Bell round trip tickets to Cincinnati, side. good to return until and on August j J. M. Savfell, Postmaster. Court May. There was a fair crowd in town Monday to attend County Court, but the sales of stock on tho street were light and the prices ruled low. Master Commissioner W. H. Posey made the following sales: tenement house The double-bric- k on Lewis street owned by the late Dr.- A. W. Vallandingham to Mrs. O. Herancourt for 4,750. Twenty shares of Deposit Bank stock 50 shares to Mr. Edward Cummings at 61.50 per share. The P. S. Rule property, corner of Second and Main streets, to Mr. John T. Buckley for 6,325. Tho property of the late Big. Luscher, on north Ann street, to Mr. W. A. Howard for 3,200. - a Chair. I ha e used nnu Inir nf U'lilim'a Mlrrnhn ,Kltler. and f r the lust three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soumny and sweetly as a I attribute my relief to the remedy, nnd child. heartily recommend it to any one buffering from usthmutlc or catarrhal trouble. ' Respectfully. "EDWIN It. MOORE. "Cashier in Bank of Adalrville. Ga." Microbe 334 FItANKFORT, HOST OT QCA5TITT. KY. .da uii BMTHQUALITr. Killer for lllteen days I am entirely cured, after being Hick two yenrs with malarial nnd during which time I contracted other diseases, I was utended during this time by three mix, etc. of tho best doctors of tho city without being bene- MieU, "Wfl.UUllKKTY, "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." Fever and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after tiklng WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM 3Ir. ltadani'8 Microbe Killer Cures all Diseases by Removing the Cause. Send 2 cents stamp for circular and the Microbe War. shows what disease Is and what the remedy must be, and do. to cure it. Read It, circulate It und you will the discoverer for saving your life, address RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER, Nashville. Tenn. J. W. GAYLE or LECOMPTE & GaYLE CO. sole agents for Franklin coui ty. VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrtrartd ty FOR 20 YEARS SOU) EVEEYWHERB. IP. CO,, HT.tOTM. Jan, lG-l- WIKVL , 0 BAIN LEXINGTON, KY 9 "l? Low Rates on tlie midland. The following rates are named by the Kentucky Midland Railway from Frankfort: Cincinnati and return, August 8th return, August 12th, 1.20. EPT'T lr i KSl$gBl-l5li- JH B Surveying for No. 7. 16th, at $3.63. to 13th, 3.63. Paris and 1.28. W. W. Alexasjder. Agent. Centerville and return, August 13th, Jfcj&tffcv Shelbyvillo and return, August 23d to 25th, 1.75. Needs assistance it may bo best to Maysvillo and return, August 23d to render it promptly, but one should 29th, 2.70. Georgetown and returned, August remember to use oven the most perdistance. 25th, 92 cents. Now that tho River and Har- fect remedies only when needed. The O. D. Bekcaw, G, F. & P. A. bor bill is passed and tho money best and most simple and gentle remm avail- edy is tho Syrup of Figs, manufacturappropriated by it lias become Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. able, it is proposed to go ahead and ed by tho California Fig Syrup Co. t. Oapt, R. S. Burnett left Tuesday for High Bridge, on the Snag boat Kentucky, to make a survey of tho loca. tlon of Lock No. 7, on the Kentucky river. It is proposed to locate the lock at tho head of Cow Shoal, a short distance below the bridge, and when it is built it will not only give pool water a long distance up the Kentucky but render Dix river, which puts into the Kentucky just above the bridge, navigablo for a considerable Paris and return, August 14th, 1.00. Cincinnati and return, August 28th, Hat ton. 1.05. Danville and return, August 2nd Miss Sallio Showalter, of Frankfort, Miss May Etta Showalter, to 0th, 1.00. is visiting Versailles and return, August 2nd of Shelby county. Miss May gave a social Wednesday to 5th, 1.24. Lawrencoburg and return, August evening in honor of her cousin ana 9th to 12th, 1.55. tho Misses Piasters, of Louisville. Nicholasvillo and return, August iranKiort, ity. Du. K. C. West's Nebveand Bium Tjikat-men- t, u guaranteed speclilc for listeria, Dizziness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia, lleudache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Bruin resulting In Insanity nnd leading to misery, dec;iy and death, Premature Old Age, Barrcness, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermatorrhoea caused by of the brain, or liach box contains one month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes for $5.00, sent by mallprepaldon rcccjpt of price. 1, 31, WE GDARANTEE SIX BOXES. To cure any case, With each orderrecelved by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will Competition Open to the World, Frcel send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund tho money If the treatment does notellect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE The Most Attractlvo Program Ever Offerod ii GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, self-ubue, if a in fluff. 30, Sept. 2, 3 '!? i Wlien Nature 16th to 20th, 1.21. $500 Reward! n. - TWO RACES EACH DAYI We will pay the tibove rewurdfor uny case of FREE THE FIRST DAY. Liver Comnlalnt, Dyspepsia, Sick lieudaihe, Indigestion, Constipation, orCostlveness we cannot Bpoolnl Trains on All Rnllroad cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the at Kxotirulon Hatou, directions are strictly compiled with. They iirj tlurely Vegetable, und never full to give satlsfac-FoFor farther informnUoa t:4 ciUlogui, tilirtji tb SecreUr. Sufur Coated, fyirge- boxes, containing 80 cquuterfelts and imipills, 25 cents. Bownr.-o-f GEO. H, WHITNEY, President- tations. The genuine manufactured only by ' JOHN 0. WEST COMPANY. CHICAGO, THOS. Ii. MAIITIN, Secretary. THE July If. ILL. Forsale by all druggist. 10-l- FREE! LADIES AND CHILDREN ADMITTED kd! n HEADQUAETEES FOR EVERY THING- IVCoLStiii OF DEJ-A.XjES Oi EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR IE3"V:E3:E2"2 BrotHers IFTIOIT - ON" WHEELS.- - j X2&- - iJSMHn ?'- - Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. WE GUARANTEE Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the (p; Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- ries and Light Carriages. H. H. Babcock Co., Broom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Victorias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. TIME TABLE. The following time tnble is now effeot upon the L. fc N. road: TBAINS WEST. w The p BEST VALUE for the money to be found IE1"' any where. in Davis off first base, closing 1 tf !& R?L No.'23 lenvoeFrnnkfort No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 leave Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINBEABT. a. m 8:00 p. m U:40 5:50 7:08 a. m p.m. a. m. No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... No. 20 leaves Frankfort Nor. 23, 17 No. 24 arrives Frankfort No. 22 leaves Frankfort and 21 .... 10:10 1:35 7.48 U:15 p. m. p. m. connect at Lagrange os. 23 and 21 connect for Cincinnati. at Anohorage for Bloomfleld Branch. W. V. p.m. Alexander, Agent. fttAiSKFOJlT KOUNDABOL'l FRANKFORT, AUGUST C, 1892 Base Ball. NlCnOLASVILLE VS. FRANKFORT. 1 threw it to Henry Lindsoy, catching the inning suddenly and beautifully. The crowd went wild, and so prolonged und loud !. f wiio nio uuuunng ior cue gritty nttie pitcher it was some time before the last half of the inning could be commenced. Finally Henry Lindsoy picked up a bat and stepped to the plate, the interest was intense, and every eye was upon him. He waited for his ballsand got his base. Phillips sacrificed him to second, and Tommy Newman took up the bat. The crowd yelled for a three bagger but Tom-mi- e waited and took his base on balls. In the meantime Lindsey was not idle at second, and watching his chance made a dash for third. Jones threw to Duncan to catch him, but the ball went wide, landing in left field, letting Henry gallop home with the winning run, and the agony was over. Read the score: lu 1 Pleasurevilles put it on our boys early in the season, but if they repeat the dose this afternoon they will have to get up and hustle. "Weisiger Lindsey played third in great shape and made one of the scores recorded in the Frankfort column. OUST ZMLA-IDS- T JtJ JbJ Nicholasville team The which played here Tuesday was com posed of the best players of tho -Lexington, Danville and Nicholasville Clubs, while our boys presented -their regular team. of Stagg was not well on Tuesday and ad i"They will fill this space with an entkdjr-acdid not do himself justice. Having to wear glasses interferes very ma- short time. terially with his fielding. so-call- JACOBSWIGERT&CO, tS?l& Have Removed From the Bated! Building TO H101 AND 102 Basement MN'STOEI w ths Capital HataL" FlUNKFOUT &n sr I) 1 t 1aI Tne game oi una pmycu uu 1 0 4 0 0 (I Park on Tuesday was essentially Penn Wintersmith. ss 1 4 5 2 LliiiUes, 1 Merchant's victory, for ho pitched bUgX, If W.. 31). . . . 4 1 () 11 0 2 1 0 1 Llndse). 8 0 12 0 2 2 one of the best games of his life, Phillips, H., lb 2d 1 30 holding the visitors down to five hits, 82 7 4 3 27 15 making six l Totals which were scattering, a hot line ball Nicholasville. assists and taking tn u Id su po Brown, s 5 (J l from Brown's bat, in the ninth in-- 1 t (motor, p.. lb "... 4 0 0 llennessj. 1 i throwing it to first, com-- 1 Reluhtn, 2b lb., p. ... 3 0 0 ning, and 4 1 the prettiest and Duncan, 8b 1 4 pleting one of Jones, c 1 1 4 quickest double plays ever made on Douglass, If 4 0 0 (ioss, (i 4 1 0 0 1 the grounds, which prevented two Da. Is,cf rf. 3 1 0 0 0 0 saved the day men from scoring and To our Subscribers. Totals 35 8 5 0 25 12 5 He was splendidly for Frankfort. Innlntss -T The SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT which 12 0 0 0 0 0 supported by the balance of the club Nicholasville . . 0 0 345G78 appeared in our columns some time 1231 since, announcing a special arrangemost Frankfort. . . and the boys won one of the U2U100UU1 4 2. exciting and closely contested games ' Earned ment with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., of Two Base Duncan. EnoBburgh Palls, Vt., publishers of of the season. Three U.ise lilts Jones. "A Treatise on the Horse and his Play commenced with theNicholas-vill- e Stolen Bases H. Lindsey. toPhillips. Double Plays Mprchunt H. Lindsey. Diseases," whereby our subscribers but they were Base on Balls-boya at the bat, Merchant, 1; off Conoer,2; were enabled to obtain a copy of that off Hennessey, 2. soon retired; without scoring, and lilt by Pltcher-- By Merchant, lj byCovover, 1. valuable work free by sending their Struck Out-failed to get a man across the plate Hennessey. 4.By Merchant, G; by Conover 2; by address to B. J. Kendall Co. (and stamp for mailenclosing a two-ceeigth inning, so sharp was Passed Balls Davis, 1; Jones, 1. until the Lert on 7; Nicholasville, 6. ing same) is renewed for a limited fielding of the home team. Our Time of Game 2 hours. the period. We trust all will avail themUmpire L. Hale. boys began the run getting in the One out when wlunlncrun was made. selves of the opportunity of obtain-in- e Wintersmith and Henry this valuable work. To every second, when lover of the Horse it is indispensable, scored. In the fourth Lindsey both as it treats In a Bimple manner all tne Weisiger Lindsey also made a run, diseases which afflict this noble aniNOTES. but no more tallies were recorded for Its phenomenal sale throughWintersmith played his usual good mal. the United States and Canada out until the last half of the ninth. game them make it standard authority Mention In the fourth inning the home boys stops at short. He made some nice this paper when sending for "Treatise." and throw well to first, except became too familiar with Conover's in one instance when he threw too curveB and in the fifth he took Henlow. He also used hiB stick to an nessey's place at first base, the latter LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET. going in to pitch, our boys from that advantage. time on having the battery of the That was a nice little trick of Henry & DURRETT, Danville Blue GraBS League Club Lindsey's letting the ball hit his PURNISIIED BY GLOVER,WAREHOUSE. bat anh then feigning that ho had LOUISVILLE TOBACCO to battle with, Jones, their catcher, been hit on the shoulder. He played being behind the bat Sales on our market for the week In their half of the eighth inning it well but Hennessy was too old a justclosed amount to 2,031 hhds., with the Nicholasvilles scored their first coon to be fooled and raised such a receipts for tho same period of 2.472 market since JanSales on run. Reiman knocked a long fly to holy kick that the umpire mado hhds.1st amountour 104,220 hhds. Sales to misjudged and let Henry come back from first and bat uary crop of 1801 on ourmarket to left, which Stagg of the go over hiB head, Reiman taking again. date 89,085 hhds. The only chango in the condition homo later on a - third and coming Tommie Newman took the only fly of the market this week for burloy passed ball. Our boys did nothing in which came his way and got in one tobacco is a little further improvetheir half and in the opening of the good long hit. ment in values for colory grades. complaint of ninth things looked exceedingly buAlex. Goins found tho ball again There is considerable crop on the tho irregularity of .the llous for them. Duncan came to the and made a two base drive, but hill, a considerable part of which yet bat first for Nicholasville and made a through poor coaching was put out being very small. base hit, Jones followed with a three at third. The following quotations fairly ropresent our market for burloy base lick, bringing him home. DougPhillips played a good game at crop of 1891: lass struck out, but Goss mado a hit second, but made one error, which tobacco,dark) ordamacred 'Pr.'inh f . r i ouw tr 50 score erf? ?u bringing in Jones and tying the touacco ? did not matter much us no scores 00 Davis was hit with ;tho ball and took wore mado on it. Common Colory trash... 5 50(n ml rt 11 rt- - T ralm ,. , Newman, cl Davis, c Merchant, p Coins, rr. ad it in su ro 8 4 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 G 1 0 141 j During the epidemic of flux in this county, in 1888, 1 had hard work to keep a supply of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand. People often came ten or twelve miles in the night to get a bottle of the remedy. I have been selling patent medicines for the past ten years and find that it has given u better satisfaction in cases of II 0 diarrhoea and flux than any other .. 0 medicine i nave ever nanuieu j. AND DEALER IN- 21 Benhnrn, Druggist, Golconda, Pope l Co., 111. Over live hundred bottles of this remedy were sold in that county during the epidemic referred to. It 7 was a perfect success and was tho only remedy that did cure the worst PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. AUL, WORK K cases. Dozens of persons there will GUARANTEED. saved their lives. In i! certify that it FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. four other complaints this remedy has Opposite State House. i 25 and 50 0 been equally successful. o cent bottles for sale by J. W. Jayle, 1 0 Druggist. DWARD CLAASSEN, PI3ACTICAL-- Plumber, GasssSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, i 48-4- t. BRYANT & STRATTON Business .ftawwaw College K"V - j 8H0RTHAND. TELEGRAPHY, &O.J WRITE FOR OATALOQUE AMD FULL (f"gQ'&9l w I F ; 9- ( HUb-Go- Ius, rain :::::: Miss Off Nicholasville, Ky.t n July2-2- " t'i A xtt nt Bases-Frankf- ort, E I Hewit!, Principal. SECOND MONDAY IN September, 1897. For catalogues apply to Principal as above. SESSION m) 37-t- f. TENNIS, Has its irresiMihle charms (or the young anil htautiful, so have the fl V5i 94immsmw ihi i RUT " MIU5 SP! AND (JDICKIST M9MJTWM .afliffl iEU21dKC . THESIIORTEST We Make These Corsets. A Specialty Of bgsta Georgetown to Iw Orleans WEITZEL&O'DONNELL. Kentucky Training School. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Time, 25 Hours. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. The shortest and quickest. to Jacksonville, Ala The Short line Time, Hours be- Time. 26 Hours. Solid Vestlbuled Trains. tween Cincinnati and A practical, homelike. Military school with collegiate course. Number limited: rooms lull last year. Major C. W, FOWLER, Superintendent My. first, Goss going to second. Brown came to the bat and a hit meant two scores and perhaps a victory for Nicholasville. Brown picked out his ball and hit a lino drive about throe feet from the ground. As it was sailing paBt the pitcher's box Merchant threw out his loft hand, caught it on Roxy Davis played his usual good game behind tho bat and mado two or three wonderful stops of wildly pitched balls, le Tho Frankfort Olub goes to this morning to play a game with tho Pleasurovlllo boys at tho tho fly and with lightning rapidity park in that place this afternoon. The Ploat-urevil- Medium to good colory Common lugs not colory 5 Medium to good colory 7 flnnimnn Cnlorv Intra Common to medium leaf 8 14 Medium to good leaf. 17 Good to lino leaf. Seloot or wrappery trash in 7 00C1 OOCiD 9 00 7 00 Apply early. July t. 10 OOfir 15 00 50(rt 10 00 11 00 17 00 00 DANCING CLASS. Monday, Wednesday 10 o'clock. port for Texan. Mexico and California. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky MldlandRallwajr vlalJeorijetow'i VI5a.'n.,arrlveClnolnnat 110:26 a. m. Quicker than anyotherllne Depot. Cincinnati KorRatei" Mapo.ito D. MILLER, " 17 c. " 11 " ClUrrVNOOUA.TKNN., " " TLAOTA, 16 li., " 16 " BlItMINdllAM, ALA.. Direct ConnectloiiHiitNewOneanKindShrev Tkn.v., Lexington, Knoxvillk, asitkvili.k, kt.. n. zj 12 00M Alltr.iins irrlv a lepnrtrroniQentralUnlon D. STRAUSS' CLASS IN 00025 00 M 1SS KATIE at Cimltol Hotel. Days DANCING ot Tuition now onen tobacco 25 0PG) 31 00 and Friday mornlncs at Jun 18-- tt ictares E.T.CHAnLETON, D. I', Jt T. A,, Chattanooga. Trnf.Mns. Cincinnati, 0. '. EDWARDS, 5 P.&A.T Ffvn'irw6 - J JOHN T. IS- HH MM MM MHMMpM MM MHM MMMMi Beady for Spring Trade in the most complete Ready for Spring Trade with a large line of IS i k!'i ? ,f China Store In Kentucky, with goods at prices that cannot be duplicated. Call and see the patterns closing out. No trouble to Book Siove s & Range 5, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, double WMmmmmmm & S ?i I am show-goods- . JNO.T. BUCKLE Z b: We would , thick Tinware, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, and a complete line of House Furnishing Goods too large to mention. Take the elevator and examine my second floor. Tin roofing, guttering and job work solicited. JOHN T. BUCKLEY. It'' w liT.' jfl i tea , ' i a iTMffTi'wwWBWWBMB'r i M Their Superior Ability in Treating Ob scure iJii'niifc Diseases is something l man clous, have curpd where others have given up to die. -- Religious. be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers o churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcements- which they may wish 1 - made.l OhkibiiaiV Ohurch The congregation will a88embloatl0:30 o'clock for the celebration of the Lord's Supper. No service at night. Southern Presbyterian Church Kev. W. G. Neville Be- -. will occupy his 11 puipic o'clock. No morning at service at night. ville, by a committee of reception appointed by Mayor Tobin, escorted to a carriage and, precoded by the Frankfort Cornet Band, was driven to the residence of J. Procter Knott, on Second street, where an informal reception was held. At 12:30 p. m. he was given a public reception by the Legislature in the hall of the House of Representatives, where an address of welcome was delivered by Knott, to which Mr. Stevenson replied in appropriate terms, after which addresses were delivered by Lieutenant-Governo- r Alford and ex-Goex-Go- Going to Build. The attention of contractors is called to the advertisement of the Frankfort Masonic Temple Company in another column, asking for bids for the construction of their new Temple on Ann street. It is proposed to get the work under way as soon as possible and push it to an early completion. n m y I The union services will be held evening .at 8 o'clock in the Methodist Church. Rev. W. C. Tay-lor,the Baptist Church, will deliver discourse. the of Rev. J. McGlusky Blayney, D. D. the pastor, will occupy his pulpit By local applications, as they cannot morning at 11 o'clock. reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafNo service at night. ness, and that is by constitutional by an Deafness is Baptist Church "Kev. V C Tay- remedies. condition of caused mucous inflamed occupy his lining the Eustachian the lor, the raastor. will Tube. When of No the tube gets inflamed you have a morning, pulpit rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, service at night. and when it is entirely closed deafSunday-schoat 9:30 a. m. ness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. tube restored to its normal condition, Penick, the, rector, will occupy hearing will be destroyed forever; of ten are caused by the pulpit at Ascension Ohurch to- nine cases outis nothing but an incatarrh, which morrow morning at 11 o'clock, but flamed condition of the mucous surthere will be no evening service. face. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by Methodist Church Rev. H. G. catarrn) that ve cannot cure by Henderson, the pastor, will preach taking7 Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for ol First Presbyterian Church The bestsalve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt others. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Mr. Stevenson dined with Gov. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns Knott and rested during the after- and all Skin Eruptions, and posinoon. In the evening he was ten- tively cures Piles, or no pay redered a reception from 8 to 11 o'clock quired. It is guaranteed to give by Judge William Lindsay, at his perfect satisfaction, or money re residence on Wapping street. funded. Price 25 cents per box. Deafness Can't be Cured ' For sale by SouthSide drug store, P. H. Carpenter. ' I 5-- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. m mm: Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and euros luibitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac-- ( ccptume to tne siomacn, prompt, m its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend il to all and have mado it the raosl popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale, in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. lOUISVILLe. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. ' wmff HH' ONB ENJOYS P ij :;T:::j; "" iy iy J1 . Reduced Rates I m K'.'-- Will be made by tho Queen & Ores- uuuu rvuuLU unu iouisvinu ouuiem iv. R. on account of the following occasions: At Danville, Ky., Boyle County Fair, August 2 to 6. At Cincinnati, Ohio. Meeting of Queen City Driving Club, August 8 to 13. m, 'i ' ;;' i Drs. Walter and Stockdale, The world renowned specialists, of the Southern Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will be at Frankfort. '!,"' IV morning at Union service at night. w 11 Sunday-scho- ol convenes at 9:30 a. m. o'clock. circulars, freo. F. J. OHEENEY & CO., Toledo, O. BSTSold by druggists, 75 cents. gust 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. Lodge, U. B. F., August 9th. At Lawrenceburg, Ky., Anderson, Franklin and Salvisa County Fair, August 9 to 11. At Kansas City, Mo., Southern Lumber Manufacturers' Association, Au- At Lebanon, Ky., State Grand Capital Hotel, Aug. 26, 1892, Returning every four weeks during the year. Drs. vValtfr and Stockda e have had years of experience In the largest hospitals In the country, are graduatts of several of the best Colleges and have for a numbei of 3 ears made a specialty of all chronic und surgical diseases. They undertake no Incurable diseases but have cured hundreds given up to die. They treat successfully and do not take the case uulesi 11 cure can be guaranteed. ' Articles -- Oatuuliu Church Tho usual services at the Church of the Good will be conShepherd ducted by Rev. Father James Gorey, the temporary pastor. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:30 p. m. Handsome Work. The Roundabout press has lust turned out the handsomest piece of work we have ever seen done in this city. The typesetting was done by that master of his art, Mr. Frank H. Morse, and the press work by Mr. ThoB. Tanner. The job would be very complimentary to any office in the country. Daily Call. We employ the best workmen, consequently we turn out first class work. The job you speak of, neighbor, ia only a sample of what we send out every day. King's Royal Germeteur. the medicine of the century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wonder of the BaBed upon the medicine world. 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 and to the extent that the theory is correct, King's Royal ermeteur is the remedy. It is no accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For Pre-eminentl- y ex-istan- of Incorporation. Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing la thn earn, Deafness, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kidney, IJrinnry and Ithtdder Troubles, Bright's Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation Rheumatism Paralysis. The usual services will be conducted at the Christian Church in Peak's Mill this evening and i Rev. W. S. Giltner, the pastor, being in Texas, his pulpit will be supplied. morning. Rev. Mr. Conley, of Lexington, is conducting a successful protracted meeting at the Christian Church in Alton, Anderson county. There had additions to the been thirty-fiv- e Church up to the middle of this week, Married. sale by Chapman & Williams. 19 Mr. Willoughby Rodman, of Los Angeles, California, and Miss Arabella M. BEATTY, Page, of Memphis, Tennessee, daughAttorney at Law & Real Estate Agt. ter of Mr. J. Cliff. Page, formerly of DEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. this city, were married at tho home IN LEE, BREATHITT, WOLFE, PRACTICES Powell, Cluy and otber with the interest increasing. Seven- of tho bride Wednesday. The happy young couple arrived in counties. for baptism will be teen candidates Sept. J" immersed at 6:30 o'clock evening. w this city Thursday afternoon and are visiting Col. Thomas Rodman, father of the groom. t. NOTICE. FRANKLIN COPRT OF COMMON PLEAS. Miles' Nerve and Liver Ac., Plffs., ") On account of the Colored Odd Belle Danchoft's Adm'r, In Equity. vs. Act on a new principle regulating Fellows' Picnic, at Bagdad, Ky., Maud Bhinkwohtu, &c, Defts. J liver, stomach and bowels though August 13th, the L. & N. Railroad will the jttnlrvtu nrvnlnst t II BOVttHJ IU& All ut.afmv.a timrinrv bmiUlil Ui.IIIl.t9V tliA aatatn et the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. sell round trip tickets on the above Belle 1'GIDUIID I1UIdeceased, are herebyUVnotified V to Bancroft, Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, date to Bagdad, good to return until fliUUUCU tucill uciuic inc. yiuvoii Ml ICftJUIldU uj or before the 22d day of August, 1892. bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa- and on the 14th, at 54 cents. WM. CROMWELL. tion. Splendid for men, women and Com'r F. 0. C. P. Aug. W. W. Alexander, children. Smallest, mildest, surest. Agent. m 50 doseB for 25 cents. Samples freo at y J. W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. Opportunities, to Contractors. Rare 6-- Pills. To Bagdad. 1B9J. TOnCEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE, THE 1 undersigned, have become Incorporated under chapter 66 of the General Statutes of Kentucky, and filed articles of Incorporation for record In the Franklin County rourt lerk's office. The namo of the corporation Is the 'People's Homestead a' djinvlns Association," and by that name It s authorized to sue and be sued, contract and be contracted with, and possess such power nnd transact su'h business as pertains generally to building and loan associations, to purchase, use, lease hold und sell real and personal estat-- . The general natuie of Its business Is to assist Its members In saving and Inverting money, and In buying and Improving real estate and by procuring money for other purposes by loaning to such of them as may desire It, and Its principal place of business shall be Frankfort, Kentucky. tfald corporation commenced Its corporate existence on the 1st day of July, 1892. and shall continue for twenty five years theieafter. unless sooner dissolved by a vote of the stockholders s of the stock. ownli g The capital stock of said association shall not aggregate und full ultimate value exceed In the thereof at any onetime five hundred thousand dollars, and be divided Into shares of the ultimate value of one hundred dollars each, which shares may be Issued In one or more series, In such umount nnd at such time as the board of directors may determine, and shall be paid for In such manner and at such time and place as may be prescribed by the rules und regulations of said association. Theaffulrsof said Association shall bo vested In, and conducted by, u board of seven directors; who shall choose u President, Vice President, a secretary und Treasurer and an Attorney. Said directors shall be elected annually on the first Monday In July In each year.exeept t e first board, which shall consist of L. B. Marshal), Jacob Swi; gert, B. T. Farmer, Chas.EUwuuger, Geo A. Lewis, B. B.JeffersundF.M.Halloran. the undersigned Incorporators, who shall hold office until the first Monday In July, lb93, and until their succcessors are elected and nullified. nd said directors may appoint such agents und employes as they deem fit for tho best Interest of the Association, In accordance with the provision of the The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability to which the said corporation Is to subject Itself olull not at any time exceed $25,000. Tho private property of tho corporators and stockholders Is to be exempt from all corporate debts and liabilities. In testimony hereof, we the undersigned subscribe our names this July 1st, 1 three-fourths. Stockdale. O. H. Thomu. Frnnkfort, Ky Catarrh of ten years standing; am now completely cured by Drs, Wulter and Stockdale. EPILEPSY OR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, us Syphilis, Scrolula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by Improved and never fulling remedies. DISEASES OF WOMhN, such as I.eucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains In back, relieved In short YODNfi AND MIDDLE AGED MEN suff erltig from Spermatorrhea, Impoteucy, Eruptions, the result of errors or excesses, should call before It Is too lute, and guarantee a cure Superfluous hair and ull eruptions 011 the face permanently re- A. H. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostate Gland trouble; was given up to die by 'ill general practitioners I consulted, and I myself gave up all hope, made my will and so arranged my business, was obliged to use Cathather every half hour. And now entirely well, cured by Drs. Walter and lime. Remember thn date nnd come early, as their rooms are always crowded wherever they stop. Examination and consultation free, private and confidential. They can refer you to hundreds of cases In your1 ownStutound every State In the Union, whloti lie has cured, among tnem the following: Mrs. Rev. J. L. Stokes, Darwin, Ind., Suppressr, ed and painful menstrutlons. Mrs. Henry Camden, Ind., Female Trouble. Mrs, It. W. Crockett, Delphi, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Gus Gin-ric- h, Owasco, Ind., Lung Trouble. Mrs. Martha Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast removed wl'hout knife or caustic. Miss Uettle Block, Mlchlgantown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. Mrs. Rosa McCarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Cooksou, Fiankllu, Ind,, Cross Eye straightened. Mrs. Sarah Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and Asthma of long standing. Mrs. M. Clark, Mooresvllle, Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic. Miss Sarah Dougherty, Rockfleld, Ind., Epllepsey. Mrs. Lancaster, Vlvalla. Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Iud KidGrl-de- moved. . 45-l- place excursion tickets on sale to MASONIC ORDER OF BYTemple Co., THE 1UFRANKFORT by the unbe received Kentucky Leg Texas, Arkansas and Indian Terri dersigned until bids Bv invitation of the Monday, Auk. 22d, 1692, at 6 tory, at greatly reduced rates, on construction of islature, Hon. Adlai E. Stevonson, of August 30th, September 27th and o'clock P. M., for the street, Bids will the be "Masonic Temple" on Ann foundation and superstructure Illinois, Demooratio candidate for October 25th, good for return 20 days received for Flans und specifications for same from date of sale. For rates, maps and separately. States Express Vice President of the United States, further information, call on Agents can be seen at odlco of United 8, The right reCo., on and after Monday Aug. visited this city yesterday. He was of tho Q. & 0. Route, of Agent at served by the Board to reject any or all bids. s. met at the L. & N. Station, when the 5'our station, or address D. G. Dy order of the Board of Dlrecto T. FARMER, B. Aug. Secretary. from Louis- - J Sdwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. 10:20 a. m. train arrived G-- Distinguished Visitor. Tho Queen & Orescent Route will H. L. B. MARSHALL, JACOB 8WIGERT, B. T. FARMER, CHAS. ELLWANGER, (ii,U, A. LiKWlS. July B. B. m F. M. HALLORAN. JEFFERS, W. J. CHINN, JR, Ind., Catarrh, Doctors said would die with conas ever. Wm. A. Gard, sumption. Is us well y Burlington, Ind., Kidney trouble for four years. Dr. Walter cured me two years ago have not been troubled since. Elijah Toler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not see after business-a- m as ever. James Wyutt, Delphi, us well Ind., Could not hear und had a constant dlscharo from my ears. Dr. Walter cured me entirely. Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J C. Canine, Waverland. Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller, Greencastle, Cancer of Eyo. Mrs. Mary Jones, Edlnburg, Brlghts Disease. These names are given by permission and they request that all sufferers should write them In regard to their case. They also have many testimonials from patients having been cured of prlvuto diseases but do not publish them oven by permission but will furnish them upon application. Address y ney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Murtlnsvllle. V H Drs. Walter and Stockdale, Will practice in all State Courts, Of. fice second floor, Custom House. Jan.SO-ly- . No. 520 Fifth street. Louisville, Ky. .v A NEW STOCK .. ( 4jiikjfc , - WATCHES, i JEWELRY, I SILVERWARE,' - m ft w Vr Souvenir Spoons. Etc., etc. 233 J3T OX-i-A-IK STKIEIET1.. -- 'ail ML A. inent Selbert, int-- I The Jeweler, . Frankfort, foM pug Waug- v ui fftff svspj a&j Ky, m .P 1 Jl4 ffl3b 1 JBr. Hale's Household Recovers His Speech d FRESERVEYOUR EYES, & &s the finest remedy in the world. Sit absolutely cures catarrh. It cures fNeuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum fin the most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long Btanding, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. ' else; itsize cheapest. Sold at CarpenLarge ter's South Side drug store. 5-- ly &? Where to go Tins Summer. Alphonue Hempling, of Summit township, Butler Co., Penn., made an a flldavit that bis twelve-year-olson. rrO who had had St. Vitus Dance for "vjgawgj Njgyggy' twelve years, lost his speech, was completely cured after using three bottles of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, and also recovered his speech. Thousands testify to wonderful cures from using it for nervous diseases, dyspepsia, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of mind, headache, &c. Four doses of this Nervine cured Mrs. W. E. Burns, Prof. Louis Landman, ScienSouth Bend, Ind., who had been oi suffering with constant headache for tific and Practical Optician, three months. Trial bottle and ele 159 Elm street, Cincinnati, Ohio, gant book free at J. W. Gayle's. (native of Austria), is in the citv. 4 R. ROGERS & SON, We have only a few of them, m M m but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about VJ JL3"1oojj p?sy ''Vfl jV 1 ';& mw v Aoftxojs iiassia BISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. MO . 'M M :m inis excursion. peake and Ohio Railway will run its annual excursion from Lexington and the blue grass region. A trip to Old Point will cost you less than to any other place on accouut of the, extremely low rates made by the Hygeia Hotel and the railway com pany to parties taking advantage of Full particulars will be advertised shortly. Ohas. L. Brown, G. P. A. The Professor comes highly recomended by a great number of If you contemplate taking a trip To Slielbyville. this summer remember that the noted physicians and prominent most delightful place in America is Effective June 20th, the K. M. R. R., citizens of Kentucky aud Ohio, as Old Point Comfort, Va On Tuesday, July 26th, the Chesa- in connection with the Louisville to his superior qualification in his Remember Shelby-vill- e Southern, will sell tickets to from Frankfort and intermediate stations, that heretofore have taken higher rate, at 1.75. This will be a great convenience to passengers who use this route. C. D. Free to those who ask for it. the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. '' CO, V.i G. F. & P. A. Bercaw, The Old Original Remedy Leads. Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about "germs," 4baccilli," &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-crobl- ," Electric Bitters. p i- - .'- - x This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise, A purer medicine does not exist, and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money efunded. Price 50 cts. and $ per bottle at South Side drug store. P. H. Carpenter. 5 -- profession and to his honesty. His name is indorsed by Drs. Sheck-- , ford, Browning, Strode, Owens, Phillips and Smoot, of Maysville, Ky., Drs. W. and Joe Phythian, Eads and Bowen, of Paris, Ky., ODE1 Drs. Drake, Simrall and Duerson, Sterling., Drs. Foster, Frazee, Mt. Taylor, Heath and Holton, of Richmond, Ky., and many others. Messrs. Joseph H. Dodson, J. T. Frazee, D. C. Frazee, II. C. Capital Proposed Barfcley, M. C. Hutchins (lawyer), Surplus Proposed of Maysville, Ky., Mayor W. P. Office, 303 and 304 "The Commerce." Chambers, of Paris, Ky., Gov. Jas. E. Cantrill, of Georgetown, Ky., and others who have given his work a trial have found him O. COLDffl BIAN FIRE INS, if M M ,ii ::a m 500,000 50,000 ,' !; Mli a M .vi & To Maiuuiouth Cave. A special excursion to Mammoth Cave and return via L. & N. R. R., August 9th. Will leave Frankfort, Ky., at 0:25 a. m. Returning, leave Mammoth Cave August 11th' at 8:15 a. m. Fare for round trip $8. . For further particulars apply to W. W. Alexander, Agent. It Shorn . Be House. 371 y-ver- Clay St., Sharps-burg- . Pa., says he will not be without Dr.. lung's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with Pneumonia after an attack of 'LaGrippe" when various other remedies and several physicians had done her no good. Robort Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's New Discovery has done him more Eood than anything he ever used for Nothing like it. Trouble. Try it. Freo Trial Bottles at P. H. Carpenter's Drug Store. Large 5 oottlcs, 60c. and $1 00 .! J. B. Wilson, KV Mf 5& When Baby was sick, wo gave ber Castorla. When sho was a Child, sho cried for Castorla, When sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When sho had Children, sho gavo them Castorla. His references in Frankfort are to Drs. Hume, Williams, ThompIf you are looking for pleasant A. L. Schmidtt, Gen. Fayette Hewitt, C. B. Sullivan, locations to spend the hot days at son and James, and to John VV. B. H. Hurt, Stites, Henry Mayers, moderate cost, write D. G. Edwards, Rodman, Esq., with whom he John G. P. A., Q. and O. Route, Cincinnati, has become acquainted. Judge Chas. S. Grubb, A. W. Hart, His of- Paul Jones, Ohio, for copy of Queen and OresM. L. Downs, Hon. W. O. Bradley, Carey Peter. cent book, entitled "Summer Days," fice is at the will bo mailed promptly free of which KENYON HOTEL Will transact a general insurance business throughout the United States. charge. f of the above capital and surplus has been subscribed for. The people of Kentucky Call and see him or send him word are solicited to subscribe for the remaining 2,500 shares of $100 each. dollars Wanted. and he will call at your residence, of each share will be paid in only, and in addition thereto $10 upon each Forty will be share Ladies and gentlemen suffering will examine your eyes and when contributeda by the shareholders to create a surplus fund of $50,000. The company with throat and lung difficulties to glasses are really needed, will ad will issue participating policy to its open at the office of the COLUMBIAN FIRE Stock subscription books call at our store for a bottle of Otto's just them to same at a very rea INSURANCE COMPANY are now OF AMERICA, 303 and 304 The Commerce, LouisCure, which we are distributing free sonable price. Examination and ville. we can confidently of charge, and HARRY R. BUSH will represent the COLUMBIAN FIRE and solicit subscriprecommend it as a superior remedy test of vision free. tions to the capital stock. He will be in the city at an early date. for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, ConAug.' 6 4t. sumption, and all diseases of the Army of tlie Cumberland Re-unlAt Clilclcathroat and lungs. It will stop a mauga, September cough quicker than any known Bargains. remedv. Wo will guarantee it to cure 1892 DR. I. KELLEY, you. If your children have croup or Mastin Bros, have some splendid whooping cough it is sure to' give A number of Brigade and Regimen- second-han- d Surreys, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the instant relief. Don't delay, but get tal Associations will attend this re- Buggies that they offer Pheatons and cheap. a trial bottle free. Largo size 50c. union. The Queon and Orescent Sold by Chapman & Williams. Route have made a half rate fare for HOTEL, 46 this occasion from Cincinnati to IN LEXINGTON. KY.. m Louisville. Wilder's and Hooker's y 111 House for Rent The Saturday, Aug-- 20th, 1892. Brigades have arranged to take a frame house lately occupied by F. M. special train over the Queen and HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical Scofleld, on Campbell, between Main Crescent Route to Chattanooga for operation and with little or no puln. Tbo QUlefc an direct root trom and Logan. For terms apply to this occasion. For rates or other inREEERENCES . ,' William Oraik. formation address D. G. Edwards, G. LDOISfllli TO IBUI5I5 M TEXUS! W. McKeo Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. P. A., Queon and Orescent Route, J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. For Sale A Now Process gaso- Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. One hundred and flXty mllM stove, which has been used but line J. T. Stnten, Frankfort, Ky. V. Berberich, Frankfort, Ky. little and nearly as good as new, is Stray Cow Tho person who lost Rev. L. p. llulett, Benson. Ky. offered for sale at a bargain. Apply a dry Alderny cow, with one horn SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK A. II. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. at this office. V. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. shorter than tne other and ring and And toe only rostt David Moore, Benson, Ky. hole in the right ear, can hear of her Jus. M. Wlthrow, Frankfoit, Ky. If you want sulphur wator, fresh whereabouts by calling and paying TlTl. KHT.T.V.Y'ft nfllno ntiil iuf,ln..Ayi l n. nrn from the Murray well, left at your for this notice. Tho party has had Without Change of Cars. West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where ho may be found everyday of each week except SATURresidence every morning, leave her for two weeks and wants the DAYS, fampblets describing these diseases U 70a are going to emigrate to orders at VV. H. Avorill's drug store, ownr oto como and tako her away. and the mode of treatment sent free to any one by nudresslng w. I. KELLEY, if. D., the U. S. Express office or H. R. Darby's Prophylactic Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth Williams' grocery. :25D W. Eight St. Cincinnati, 0. Will Use it in every sick-rooCONSULTATION FREE. Austin, Houstin, For Sale Flftoon acres of bottom keep the atmosphere pure and ANNOUNCEMENTS. This Is tho land, situated about two mileB west wholesotnejremoving all bad odors ofFrankfort, on L. & N. Railroad , adFOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. CHEAPEST AND JIEST ROUTE joining W. L. Collins. Will sell tho from any source. We nre authorized to announce Judge IRA Germs, whole or in lots at a bargain. For Will destroy all Disease No change of car to .TULUN us a candidate for Circuit Judge In tho particulars call on infection Irom all Fevers and all Judicial district composed of Bourbon. Franklin, J. A. Goinb, MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, HEMPHK ocott and AVoodford counties, subject to tho contagious diseases. Millvillo, Ky. action of tho Democratic party. The eminent physician, J.MariAND NEW ORLEANS, IFOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. Wo aro authorized to nnnounce Hon. C. A. We have somo first class second on Sims, of New York, says: "I lor further Information. Rdlrw BOARD, of fcott county, as candidate for hand buggies and phaetons for sale. am convinced that Pro(. Darby's this Judicial C. P. ATHXOUE, G.P.T..4 ., Commonwealth's Attorney In Franklin. Scott Call and Bee thorn if you want a bar- Prophylactic Fluid is a most valuDistrict, composed of Bourbon, ' and Woodford counties, subject to tho uitlon or "Mastin Bros. gain. LOUIiiriLMC. KKNTOCXT "2 1 tho Democratic puny. able disinfectant." . How to Keep Cool. K. IlfcTOOKIFOIEe.AJI'OIRS.. m M'l V'S '. i One-hal- :m m :v? .a "t policy-holder- s. m ou W. 42-t- f. FHOEITIS: . two-stor- LOH (HUE LI -- , .w ,M i ft 1 41-t- f. ''xjia v.! 'A M v 23-t- f. 11 30-tf- Y ,VV& .AJifdCl 8 v V - a Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. CRUTCHER & STARKS, Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. iva H . - ,r jh &? m Summer Clearance Sale Offerings. A backward season rotarded the demand for MEN'S and BOYS' SUITS during the month of May, consequently we find we have more of those suits than we can afford to carry, and, in order to close them out, we place upon our counters, eommencinc JULY 1st, some 3,000 Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, all grades and at prices never before heard of in this section. ALL PERSONS desiring Clothing can not afford to miss this great sale, which continues the entire month of July, or until every suit is sold. ,va ;' oi-iOT'ZEaiiifcT- a-. 250 pairs men's blue camlet pants, only 50c. 300 pairs men's jeans pants, only 60c, worth $1. 200 pairs children's knee pants, only 25c. Boys' and children's suits, gi.oo, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, , worth almost double the money. Men's suits, $3.00, 4.00, 5.00, 7.50, 10.00, 12.50, 15.00, worth almost double the money. THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY. Must be sold this month. Children's waists, 25c, worth 40c. Men's working shirts, 20c, worth 35c. Sox, national colors. 50c. per dozen. A splendid double and twist sock, 50c. a box of one-hal- f dozen. Suspenders, 15c, sold everywhere for 25c. 4 ply solid linen collars, I2jc. solid cuffs, only 15c. 20 dozen men's gauze undershirts, only 19c , worth 35c. 22 dozen men's gauze undersirtJts, 25c, worth 40c. We have a great line of featherweight neglige shirts, 50c, 75c, $1.00, 1.25, 1.50, up to 2.00. Great values. Boston garters, 15c, worth 25c. 4-p- ly : r '.! jwM h . .' " jM 10,000 Straw and Felt Hats in this sale. rese53E2S3KSSE CRUTCHER I & -- STARKS, -- V', PRANKPORT- - AND- LOUISVILLE. Great Slaughter in Shoes. 'f.' Forks of Ellcliorn. Bert Murphy is here from Richmond, Ind., visiting his sister, Mrs. S. N. Burdin. Mr. Frank Middleton is here visiting friends. Mrs. Pettie is home again looking after her new cottage, now nearing completion. Dr. Cox and wife, of Lagarto, Texaa, visited friends in this community the first of the week. Polk has completed Mri. Allen's house and it presents a very neat appearance. Mrs. Lou Ready is quite sick this Mr. sist that the Pinkertons and Frick, should he recover, be held for B"ST POE DISTILLKItY, NOW insurrection, treason and rebellion. A SMALL In operation, for sale cheap. Only $4,000. The Pennslyvania soldiers sympa- A raie u.iri,Mlii. Apply to M. T. MITCHELL. CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, thise with the workers, but their Jnu.23-tf- . Frankfort Ky. officers refuse all offers of good fellowship from the workmen, while Newport News & 'ssissippi Valley Co PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS- they lunch and drink with the officials of the Carnegie Company. This Washington, Philadelphia, is quite natural. The Carnegie Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS Sarah Jane. Now York, Company has plenty of money, Baltimore, AND SUNDRIES. and any officer who would treat a Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re soldier as one of Pennsylvania's William Skelley, Finest SODA WATER in Frankfort, AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. was recently treated for an imagiIN KFFKOrNOVrvMiJUlt 16. lttU. April My. Of 11 Academy St., JamesviUe, nary offense, knows no depth of inFast Limited Al'Cill. Dally Dally Mull Wis., under date of May 23, says: famy into which he would not descend EAST BOUND. Dally, Express Ex Sun. ex Sun jjdiiy. Messrs. Kenyon & Thomas: This ii for a pull at Carnegie's purse strings. o .11'PIU Lexington . Lve. 7doum UUOpni Bulldofus. to certify what I know about Dr. 8 2 (am G45pin I'i'Mpm uoiim ar Winchester " a Mam 712pm 1 05pm 7 35pm Hale's Household Ointment. I have Mi. dienuitf " DAILY. Ladies. had a bothersome sore on my lip for 12 10am 1007pm 84Uim Ashland. . " 15 years which terminated in a canr " 1228pm 10 23pm 69am cer. I had tried various remedies Are you suffering from weakness? Cittlettsbiirt; " 1260pm 1047pm 30,im Huntliuton 10pm purporting to cure, but all without Is your complexion sallow? Do you Washington " 1047am 2 60pm 6 Pnlliideiphlu " you Nsw York Arr. 120pm 820pm purchased a box of your have constant back-ache- ? Are avail until I Dr. Halo's Household Ointment and constipated? Do you feel all tired with two months' using it has entire- out? If you have any of these feelDAILY, BOUND, ly cured it, and I freely give this for ings begin at once to use Dr. Hale's WEST Household Tea. It will give you a Huntington Lvo. tilAfciui 35pm G45flil the benefit of tho people. Truly yours, clear complexion, will restore you to Cattletwbunj. " 0 25.MI i iipm 7 14pm Wm. Skelley. health and strength and will make Ashland. . " 0b7um 205pm 7Z7Din Sun. This wonderful medicine is for sale you feel like a new person. Got it to- Mt. SterllngLve. 10 27am 508pm Ex20pm 626am 1 i45pra lbspin at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. day at Carpenter's South Side Drug Winchester. ." 1116am 020pm 2 45pm 715am 8 (Bum Lexington Arr. 1203pm 4 Store. Louisville Arr. 625pm USOpml 7 40pm 111 60am SOUR-MAS- week. Rev. Eberhart preached at Providence last Sunday, Mr. Alderman beine absent, attending tho Bible Institute at Williamsburg. Mr. Steve Black and wife and Mrs. Anna Macklin have gone to Williamsburg to attend tho Bible Institute. The ladies of Buck Run Baptist Church will give an ice cream supper at the residence of Mr. Wick French Tuesday night, August 9th. All are invited and a full attendance hoped for. Tho Franklin Association of Baptists will bo held with the Buck Run Church August 24, two days, in A. W. Macklin's woodb, one mile above the Forks on the Georgetown pike. on last Sabbath, the chief attraction being the promised presence of that notorious crank, Sam Jones. Many tobacco growers are using and others intend to use Paris green on their crops to destroy the worms. They assert that there is no danger, one man going so far as to say that he had used it on cabbago one day, and ate them the next. If we are correctly advised there is a heavy penalty attached to the use of any poison on tobacco, and if there is such No one a law it should be enforced. should endanger the lives of his fellowmen, merely to save a little labor. The universal cry is, "down with Aside from all the Pinker-tons!political clap-trathe American people have concluded that it is, or ought to be. unlawful for any set of mercenary vagabonds Irom the scums of the cities to band together, arm vessels themselves, enter iron-cla- d and make war on a community of peaceful American citizens, oven though directed and paid by a Scottish Lord. Hugh O'Donnell and Hugh Ross are held for murder, and the working people of this country inp, Ssffljlil EIIIHKSSXvtk. -- Hare jem written me yet? If you ambition promlee peciai, liaren't, wlidora ind Intelllrent y. mitt lufftit 1 gf m Tmxm :::, perlonal itlentlon. 1 un. Jertake la briefly iracn anj Mlrir ntelllgent X'ion Hg 1 cwiereex, vrno n rod and rite, and whot fur Initrucllua, rill work Indue. Irlouilr, how te earn Three 7h3u-an- d In theli owr localltlei, where. erer they lire. I will aleo funis' the aituatloa jrou mr WM, CROMWELI ATTORN EY-AT-LAVA TABLER'SDIiC BUCKE AW- D- REAL, ESTATE AGEK7 U7ILL PRACTICE m TI1E CODRTfl 0 U Franklin and the adjoining counties, m. will aUo (tiro iptclal attention to the turcbn-an- d sale of real estate, collection or r nto claim, aujd ' the legottMinrj of loans Innft-- i YEULt T1ENT CURES H0TK5WG Byy jggLES, and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Prepared by KICIUKDBQ J.TATLOB MED. CO., ST.tOCIS. Dollr a Moore's Poultry Remedy. A SURE you can earn that amount. charce nothlne and receive nothing: unleee Nothing difficult to leam, or that aa above. TS THE OLDEST POUTRY RKMEDY ON THE 1 miuket. Fostlvely prevents and cures requlrea much time. 1 deelre hut one pereon from each dlitrict or a large numh.r uha are nrtlne over Three lliouiand Oollaraa Year, each. Alt la new, "'Id.eure. full narticulara After you Know all, if you .Delude to go no further, hy, no harm la done. Addieee, county. 1 haveal ready taught and provided with employment CHOLERA AND GAPES. Kentucky Midland bhortest and quickest between ' More then pays for Us use In tho 'extra produc tlon of - free. mmm Frankfort, lisle, and and frankfort, Paris, FalGar fi A V, -- . A.L.L.1J., JJec.5-ly- . JlOK 4SO, Auicualu, Muluo. 3E 3- - K-box. gi ' UiiIt direct line between f FOR SALE. Georgetown net u trial SLE aysfille, Cynthiana. mouth and Covington. ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND. TRAINS HUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. ,,M TIME TABLE JUNE 20. Ib92. I w TltAINS E AST. Lv. Frankfort .A. Lv. Summit Lv. Elkhorn Lv. Swltzer Lv. stamping Ground . Lv. Duvall Lv. Johnxon . . B . Lv. Georgetown Lv.O. S. Depot J v. Newtown Lv. Cuntrovllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris C. I P M I P M v M No. 1. No. a. No. 7. 6.00 6.116 6.1U li.ll 3.80 3.36 3.41 b Spoils fi..ta 6.3'J 6 44 6.62 6.66 7.1A) 7.18 7.23 7.37 A 3.48 4.02 4.09 4.14 4 22 4.32 4.47 4.66 5.01 5.15 w I 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 '2.20 2.35 3.00 3.W 3.35 3.45 4.05 I 4 M Ml I1 A M 1 M 1 I Duckers. and dry. C Corn and tobaccosuffering for rain. Wheat about all threshed, and the yield is considerably above the aver-ago- . "Warm Big Excitement In Town Jennie Fogg, who has been attending school in Florida, has returned to hor homo near this place. Quito a numbor of persons attended tho camp meeting at High Bridge Miss healer and health renewer. If you have Kidney, Liver or Blood Disorder do not delay, but call at Ohapman & Williams drug store for a free trial package. Large size 60c. 46 Over the remarkable cures by the grandest specific of the ago, Aunt ington. Fanny's Health Restorer, which acts HUVTINOTON: MORBIIEAD :occommoda as a natural laxative, stimulates the tlons run dally. digestive organs, regulates the liver LEXINGTON & MOUKUE AD fc LUXINtfroN and kidneys and is nature's great MT. STBltUlNO accommodations run dally ashliuton and Naw O. L. Drown, 2 Gen. Pass. Agnt, TilttOUiiil duA&t'llM jAA3 10 itild irom York without change. LIMITED VK4TIUULKD TltAlNS run Dally in couiejtlori ffltli Oadiapeuite A Ohio 'F. F. v.", to New York. runs u.uo aim FAST MAIL TttAKNs make local stops between Lexington und Hunt- TRAINS WEST. Lv. Paris 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. Frankfort . . . A . INO. 2. INo. 4 INO. K.UU BIN0.12 t.Ua 6.01 6.10 5.25 6.45 6.6U 8.12 8.16 8.24 H.36 6.02 6.06 6 14 a41 8.49 8.54 9.01 0.13 9.19 9.25 9.33 6;i2 6.37 6.45 6.51 6.68 7.10 7.10 7.22 7.30 ' 6.52 7.05 7.15 7.85 7.55 m jt M 8.10 8.20 8.30 W.S.HAitnisoN. O. A.. Ashland. Ky. O W. Daknkt, (I. A. . Lexington .Ky. 1 h003i tions form tho shortest nnd cheapest route to all points north, sonth and west. Kri1irt,,'J.e.r,3.n,ormnUon BDDl' to their agents, D. a Gen.BEROAW. Pass. Agt. GEO, B. A connects with L. & N. B connects with Q. & 0. and L. B. 0 connects with K. 0. Effective July 24tn. Hunday trains leave Frank- fort 8:16 a. m.nnd 3:30 p. in., arrive at Georgetown 9:10 a. m.and 4:22 p. m.; Paris 9:50 a.-and 6:10 p. in. Leive Paris 10:10 a. m. and 6 JO p. m., arrive at Georgetown 10:55 a. m. nnd 8KB p. m.; Frankfort 11:60 a. m. and 7.00 n. m. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- .'M city Ticket Agent. HARPER, Gen. 8upt. E. B. WEITZKL, ..n s