You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892081301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' "i rrVT :: If $ Krl "' j Tee . Framfoet Eomd about. A v, GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance . Ev Volume XV. 3r M FRANKFORT, KY., AGT1IJST 13, 1892 Number 49 C 0 Duckcrs. si m i'.. 6. lealth. Crops are suffering for rain. Mrs. W R. Shaw has a very sick child. Miss Sue Poyntor is in very bad P; fa' v i : ? and relatives at Bridgeport. Mr. John Angrave, an old oitizon of tnis county, we aro sorry to know, Is very ill at his homo In Bridgeport. tfhe now residences recently erected in our town by Mrs. Petty, Mrs. Allen and Mr. McBride, together with tho many other improvements added during tho past few months, aro Indicative of prosperity. Mrs. Eliza Warren and children, of Louisville, are visiting friends and relatives in our community. The wheat has about all boon known as Tho entertainment '"Gum Suck" has become very popular in tho ''Four Corner" neighbord The Royal Baking Powder will make sweeter, lighter, hood. We like kisses, but wo think and more wholesome bread, biscuit, and cake than any other leavening the stolen kisses are Bwcetest. agent. It is of higher strength, and therefore goes further in work and Tho Woodford Fair, as such, was not a grand success, but loomed up is more economical. All government and scientific tests go to show in the distance as a racing associathis. Royal Baking Powder as a leavening agent is absolutely without tion There isn't a better track in .Kentucky. an equal. The Homestead affair is still tho Rush Medical College, Chicago. rtopio of conversation among the working classes. It is useless for As the result of my tests find the Royal .Messrs. Carnegie, Frick & Co. to make statements, tho people are not Baking Powder superior to all the others in They know that these deceived. every respect. is entirely free from all men are guilty of insurrection and rebellion and they expect them to be adulteration and unwholesome impurity, and Neither do they allow punished. Snowdcn, Streator or Hunter to in baking it gives off a greater volume of leavshift the responsibility in the affair, ening gas than any other powder. is therebut look upon the three as a disgrace to American soldiery. lams fore not only the purest, but also the strongest cheered an assassin, lams was a fool; "but this need not and will not eraise powder with which am acquainted. the name of brute from the others. Ono man pjits twelve pounds of S. Haines, M. D., .Paris green on six acres of tobacco, Prof, of Chemistry, Bush, medical College, just enough to poison, perhaps, Consulting Chemist, Chicago Board of Health, etc. twelve thousand tobacco cnowers. They say it don't kill white mon, though it has been known to kill negroes and mules. If there is no law to prevent the ubo of poison on threshed. The yield is fully up to Sullivan and Corbett Meet ing at New Orleans. tobacco, our Legislature should pass the expectation of the farmers. one, and if there is a penalty atMrs. Zenada Kirk and children, of tached, wo call the matter to tho at- Chicago, are visiting friends and For this occasion tho Queen & tention of the grand juries of the relatives in this county-- . Ore. c 5nt Route will Bell round trip tobacco growing sections of the tickocs at half rates. Tickets to be Wo aro sorrow to know that Mr. sold September 3, 4, 5 and (3, good reState Joe Parrent, Sr., is quite ill at his 20th, 1892. If Ira Julian is even half as popular home in the South Benson neighbor- turning until September sell tickets Connection lines will also abroad as he is at home he has cer- hood, this county. over the Queen & Orescent Route at tainly made his calling on election Mrs. Juliet Wiggington and chil- reduced rates. sure. With the exoeption of a few This line is the only line running old army comrades of Gov. Cantrill, dren are visiting relatives in Scott Vestibuled Trains from Cincinnati to he county. everyone here is for Julian, and 91 New oan depend on Woodford. Mr. Lew Cannon spent several days est, Orleans. It is miles the shortand its regular trains make BULLDOFOS. in Georgetown Inst week. quickest time both from Cincinnati Our section was well represented to New Orleans and from New Wliy Don't You Stop at the fair held at Versailles last Orleans to Cincinnati. All tickets are accepted on our week. Vestibuled Coughing before the entire muTrains without extra Mr. J. A. Holton and Willie E charge. Our rates and tho rates of cous membrane lining the air passage leading to tho lungs becomes Parrent have each been quite sick our connections over this lino aro as low as by any other. inllamcd, as it surely will be from a during the past week. We have two through Vestibuled cough neglected. There is but ono Mrs. John Ready and son have remedy that gives instant relief and about recovered from their recent ill- Trains between Cincinnati and New Orleans every day in tho year. cures quickly. Dr. Halo's Household ness. On Sunday, September 4th, 1892, Cough Cure cures every kind of Born August 9th, 1892, to Mr. Jos. we will, in addition to regular service, nnrfli ft'nni n aimnln nnlrl fr ltininlnnf run a special train to New Orleans, consumption. 25 and 50c bottles at iL - Holton and wifo, a daughter, making a fast run through. All tickCarpenter's South Side drug store. Ben. 1). ISell, ets will be good on tho special as well Druggist, of Lexington, Ky., says as on regular trains. Shortsightedness. that Dr. Halo's Household remedies or For information, sleeping car berths rates, or reserved seats in the Club (consisting of Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure, Dr. Halo's Household aBk nearest railcoad agent or write To waste your money on vile, dirtj, , to D. G. Edwards, G. P. watery mixtures compounded by in- Ointment and Dr. Hale's Household Route, Cincinnati, .Ohio. A., Q & 0. experienced persons, when you have Tea) aro the best sellers ho has ever tho opportunity of testing Otto's had in his store. This is owing to Cure free of charge. Why will you the great merit of these popular A Girl's Experience They invariably give continue to irritate your throat and remedies. in a ILigutl&ouse. lungs with that torriblo hacking great satisfaction, savo ninny doctors' .cough when Chapman & Williams bills and work wonderful cures. JUr. and Mrs. liOren Trescott are will furniRh you a free sample bottle Everybody should use thorn. 25 and keepers of Gov. Lighthouse at of this great guaranteed remedy? 60c. sizes at Carpenter's South 1Side Sand Beach, tho , and are blessed Mich-drug store. Hold a bottle of Otto's Cure to tho with a daughter, four years old. light and observo itsbeautiful golden Last April she was taken down with Lexington Fair. color and thick heavy syrup. LarMeasles, followed with a dreadful gest packages and purest goods. Cough turning into a fever. DocLarge bottle 50c. Tho beautiful grounds and build- tors at and and at Detroit treated 45 home & M. Pair ings of tho Kentucky A. her. but in vain, sho grew worse Association at Lexington will bo rapidly, until she was a more "handful thrown open on Tuesday, August of bones." Then she tried Dr. King's Forks Elkliorn. 30th, continuing five days. Tho ox- - New Discovery and after the use of this Fair grow better Hot ,and dry gardens .especially hibitions at succeeding year, and and two and a half bortles, was completetho ly cured They say Dr. King's New better each suffering. management aro straining every Discovery is worth its weight in goid, Irish potato crop rath or .above an point to mako tho entertainment this yot you may got a trial bottle free at year far excel any previously given. Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. average and Excursion ratos on G i Tomatoes scarce not nearly up to tho Electric Streetall railroads, LexRailway in an average. ington conveys passongers from tho Fon of bottom Other garden products up to tho depots or other parts of tho city right land, Sale Fifteen acres miles west situated about two up to tho grand stand for five cents. of usual standard. Frankfort, on L. &N. Railroad, adSee advertisement in this paper. joining V. L. Collins. Will soil tho Regular services at Buck Run, y whole or in lots at a bargain. For Baptist Church, and Wortlr Knowing. particulars call on at tho usual hours. Rev. P. W. Many thousand people have found J. A. Goins, Eberhardt, pastor. Miliville, Ky. a friend in Aunt Fanny's Health ReBro. Burdin ministered to his flock storer. at Long Lick,Soott county, last SatIf you have never used this great urday and Sunday. specific for the prevailing malady of Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Mrs. Jano Head and- little grand- tho age, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, daughter, Mattio Lucas, are on a visit Rheumatism, Costiveness, Nervous, to relatives in Lexington. Exhaustion, Nervous Prostration, Sleeplessness and all disoasos arising Mrs. Mary Warren, of Louisville, from derangement ol tho stomach, came up iaso wees ana will remain liver and kidneys, wo would bo some time visiting friends in this pleased to give you a package of this TIESE vicinity. great norvo tonfo froo of charge. Chapman & Williams. 45 O. H. Parront and family have Has just received a large invoice from a week's visit to friends finer-flavore- Royal Baking Powder llJllUlillll, uu Has no Equal. I iDDniWDD IfSf 1 II ffTi paw 1 H i y I S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Kv. , ... : ;ti GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE! ' I To reduce stock, we will offer, for thirty days, at strictly Cost Price, our line of ., .' - It It CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS AND DRAPERIES. As the stock is complete in each department, with fresh, new goods, this is a rare opportunity to secure I Walter Genuine Bargains. Don't miss this sale, as the goods must be closed out, to make room for fall purchases. Salesroom southeast corner Main and and Broadway, C. F. Brower & Co's old stand. frPHHBaggg VI !o . v - 7 M Brower, Scott a Frazee, Carpets, Furniture, Wdtt Paper, Draperies, &c. T Mr ? 4o KtJ, cA?Vi w "& e U A Wrap1' n U H E33 ir i Iiltle m puDiic AAiftuoi j mation, Qn our good treatment of customers, and I hope to keep it by unserving it. - "CTl rw1r am Avtr) 14 1. auu xiijAiiur -- 1 estim- - j ,t t 1 -- Builders' Hardware, Garden Tools, Ice Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers and SS Tail "Sto "to es 3L" 3S5 crc& & o V U, n . ' ', . v. '( Are the best and cheapest, and are only found at) fr&aa of M '35 -- lil Mi : v I aWSr Hardware Merchant 111 wwfrrllSrfJ W to-da- i iMfflmSBi' I - W.L COPPERSMITH, TZE-WEXjIEI- ro-turn- ed How to Cure n Cold. h i it iii riT2im TsmisiiFaraivl I ill ' 11 BfBWWwitWNwwM iliill m of the celebrated Simply take Otto's Ouro. Wo know of its astonishing oures and that it will stop a cough quicker than any known remedy. If you have Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption or any disease of tho 2847 SPOONS, KNIVES & FORKS, throat and lungs, a few doses of this great guaranteed remedy will surprise you. is If you wish to trjjlt call at our store, Which he selling at prices that on Main street, and wo will bo pleased will astonish the to furnish you a bottle free of cost, and that will prove our assertion. 45 ROGERS' BROTHERS Chapman & Williams. July 30-ly- , J i 'j SIBBiEsSa 3CilTD-u.2rx- x "Wg-oxxs- - SELLING OUT AT COST ' Bk We will sell at cost for cash our general linn of Tinilricr'a Hard warp. f!ntWv. Scissor s, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlerv, Whins, Chains, Ranies, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing: Tackle, Black- smith and Wagon Material, Hopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, RocK ' Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. We will sel,l Wall Paper and Shades at, cost for cash. All goods sold on time r will be charged at regt lar price. , , va Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. c. E, COLLINS n, &r BR0.9. Opposite the Farmers Bank. &, " - t their Miss Nettie Stone has returned from Midway. Miss Alma Miles left yesterday for a trip to Ohio. Miss Rose Grittenden is at home from Oloverport. ARE IN FOR YOU. Miss Una Marshall returned Monday from Georgetown. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Saffell spent last week in Versailles. Mr. D. A. Adams, of Georgetown, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Harris Johnson, of Louisville, spent Sunday in this city. GOOD THINGS TO Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Orutcher have returned from New York. OUR STORE, AND ARE Ada and Ora Scottow are Ind., spent several days with hiB Misses ; Mrs.lt. C. Keenon and children and mother in this city the first of the FOR YOIF AND EVERYBODY. visiting friends near Switzer. Miss Lena Stephens have returned week. Prof. A. Puller Case attended the City and Mexico, Miss Emma Connor, of High View, from Kansas Lawrenceburg Fair this week. they have is visiting friends and relatives in Missouri, whore relatives for been the Miss Smith, of 'Versailles, is with Eminence and New Castle, Henry visiting friends and past three months. Misses Willie and Lena Stone. county. MeBsrs. Sam'l Smith, Hon. E M. Mitchell, Senator from Rev. M. G. Alexander, of San An- - and Owen FurrR.returned ChaB. 0. I was in the city JVionaay Kansas, tonio, Texas, is visiting his son, Mr. afternoon from a three weeks' Sunday outing OUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM Dud-- , W. w. Alexander, agent of the L. & with Misses Maggie and Mary T. the Kingfisher Olub in Canada, JN. K. H. .i hundreds take from it, yet it never are at home irom uovingion. looking in splendid health, and rsfc ley Misses Gertrude B. and Anna P. port having enjoyed a royal time. Jendiminishes. This, of course, is because Mrs. Pat. McDonald and Miss Ledridge have returned from a The State College military band nie spent Monday in Lexington. there is a never-dyin- g spring of supply visit to Mt. Sterling and Estill left Monday morning for Mountain Vj Mrs. M. W. Woodson has returned Springs. that fed8 the stream. Lake Park, Maryland. This band from a visit to friends in Covington. Ivev. Dr. J. McOlusky Blayney and will furnish the music for the ChauMr. Clay H. Hatchitt, of Scott sons, Llndsoy and Mac, left Wednes- tauqua, which will last two weeks. county, was in the city Wednesday. day for a sojourn of several weeks in Professor Trost accompanied the SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE boys and the musio will be under his Misa Annie Church, of this county, Wisconsin. direction. Among the boys who are So do sluggish stocks They become Indiis visiting friends in Madison, Miss Matty Henderson returned members of the band are Messrs. ana. a visit Len Hughes, Louis Mulligan, Charley home Saturday morning after decayed. They are not fit for commer' of several Mr. M. Busam and wife have re- grange, Ky. weeks to friends at La- Norton, Dick Johnson, Will Foley, cial use any more than decayed meat. turned from an extended Eastern Hiram Shaw, jr., Frank Reynold, 'roa Finally, they are known as "dead." trip. MIbb. Annie Semple, of Louisville, Curtis Wise, J. W. Rucker, Charley Lexing- who has been the guest of Miss Ruth Abraham, John Faig, Nathan Newton, Master Willie Callahan, of ton, is with iiis grandmother in this Rodman, at Point Breeze, has re- Albert McMicheal. m Lexington Leader. turned home. city. CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER Association. Mr. Miss Mamie Dryden left yesterday sisters, Robert ,P. Pepper, jr., and IN THE BEST CONDITION and a Misses Laura and morning to visit relatives at Pleasure-vill- leave Monday for Naragansett Maria, The Frauklin Baptist Association constant flow of trade keeps a stock in Peir, Rhode Island. meets on Wednesday week, August best condition. We have no dead stock, Mrs. Richard Church left Sunday Buck Run Church at the John W. 24th, Messrs. W. J. Ohinn because our stock never stands still. afternoon for Louisville, to visit rela- McEwan are both very and men and ForkswithElkhorn. ill of tives. is always flowing out and flowing in. no hope is entertained lor the re Louisville, covery of either. Miss Hallie B. Todd, of Belle-poin- t. Piano Tuning. is visiting Mrs. M. J. Lewis, in Mr. J. W. Oaseldine, of Tallapoosa, spent Sunday with his Mr. Charles Vauple, the piano Georgia, DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVAN- Mr. John B. Williams is able to be daughter, Mrs. H. G. Henderson, in tuner, will be here next week. Pery. TAGE of buying always from a clean, out again after an illness of several this city yesterday. sons desiring their pianos tuned weeks. ? If you do, fresh stock of new goods Mr. W. H. Averill and daughter, should leave orders at W. H. Averill's Master Willie Parker, of Paris, is Miss Rebecca, returned Thursday drug store. ; you can have that advantage by trading visiting Mr. M. Parker, on Arlington from a sojourn of several weeks in with. Heights. the White Mountains. Born. Hanley lea Monday for a Pr. N. J. Sawyer returned the first Mr. John two weeks' sojourn ac Frencn Lick of the week from a visit to hia In Bellepoint, on Saturday, August Springs. daughter, Mrs. Hawthorne Hill, on 6, 1892, to Dr. J. H. Sullivan and wife, Mr. Gilbert Mastin left Monday Long Island, New York. a daughter, weight 10 lbs. morning for French Lick Springs, Capt. W. G. Hunt, of Greenville, In thifl city, on Sunday, August 7, Indiana. Mississippi, spent Saturday and SunIs day in this city with relatives, on hiB 1892, to Mr. Ohas. A. Watts and wife, Miss Ada Miller, of Louisville, a daughter Alice. visiting her aunt, Mrs. P. H. New way home from New York. m man, Sr. Miss Alice Baker, granddaughter Going: to Leave Vs. Mrs. Sue Quinn. of Georgetown, is of jthe late Judge Williams, of viBitintr Mrs. YV. a. uenoney, on Owensboro, is visiting Miss Pattie Both Houses of the Legislature Williams on the South Side. Main street. passed a resolution on Wednesday Mr. George Alexander and family, Mies Lizzie Orutcher, of Bellepoint, has returned from a visit to relatives of Greenville, Mississippi, are visit fixing next Tuesday as the day upon ing Mrs. Alexander's father, Hon. which they will take a recess until in Louisville. the, 15th of November. They have Lexington, is Grant Green, on Main street. Miss Lizzie Hill, of v; the guest of Mrs. Kate Patton, on Miss Edith Locke, who has been been in session nearly eight the truest of Miss Nellie Orbison for months, and they, as well as the peoCross street. several weeks, left yesterday for her ple, want a rest. Mrs. T. M. Turner left Tuesday home in Knoxville, Tennessee. for a visit to relatives near LynchProf. Case's School. Hon. Jas. A. Scott and wife, Miss burg, Virginia. Mattle Orutcher, Mr. Jas. Orutcher, Hickey, of Louisville, ii and Mr. John Oassell leave Monday 1891. M4bs Alice Prof. Fuller Case has returned from the guest of Miss Mamie Sullivan, on afternoon for Old Point Comfort. a two weeks' canvaBS in adjoining Madison street. Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, Messrs. B. S. Hughes, of this counties, where he has been adverMr. John B. Lindsey and wife left countv. Thos. Hunter, Jake Ahler tising his sohool fbr the coming Wednesday for a trip to Ashville, and Jas. Sower, of this oity, have session. Prof. Case has been in this gone to French Lick Springs, Indiana. North Carolina. city for the past three years and has and- Katie Berry-maMioses Theresa Capt. Sam M.Gaines, of the Cov"Mamie ably demonstrated his ability as an of Louisville, and ington Commonwealth, spent Sun- Berryman, of Versailles, Miss visiting instructor of young men and boys. Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, are day in this city. Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. Mrs. Horace Posey, on the South Persons having sonB whom they wish Mrs. Ohas. E. Haff, Mr. Sam. D. Side. to have thoroughly educated should Johnson and wifo, leave Monday Mr. Charles E. Haff writes his wifo give his sohool their consideration evening for New York. Business Correspondence, ; $ Business writing, Shorthand, that he has been steadily improving before sending elsewhere. ' Book-keepinTypewriting, m MIsb Lizzie B. Hodges, of Louis- in health since his arrival at the v. uommerciai .Law, of his ' '' ville, is visiting her Bister, Mra. J. N. home York. childhood, near Peru, If you have a buggy, carriage or Arithmetic, Spelling, oto. Grammar, Now Orutcher, in Bellepoint. set of harness which needs repairing Mr. W. L. Cannon and family, who take It to the Kentucky Buggy and school from September td June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advancfld tuda M. Banta and wifo cele- Mr. i...4.'j John Jonfiofh onnivornnrv of have been residing at Daisy, Tonnes- Harness Company on east Broadway. Night inpiowuBiiwurueu. vvniniuo in prers. Appucuuon jdboo ior incorporation, Ilnlflueu. n. f. We nave tho best home school ol bushaeas tn ta State ol Kentucky, quite boo, and Mr. Howard Orbison, who has All work promptly executed. marriage on Sunday, and a number of relatives from Fayette beea making his homo in Chattacounty and Lexington spent the day nooga, Tennessee, huve removed to with them. Elkwood, the farm recently purMiss Margaret Carroll, of T oxlng-to- chased by Mr. Hiram Berry, near who has been visiting friends Midway. here, has returned home. Rev. George Darsie and wife, Gen. Misses Cordie JefTers and Ollie D. W. Lindsoy, Messrs. Geo. L. Payne Hookers mith left Wednesday for a and John W. Rodman are at Star Island, Michigan, having fine sport trip to the Mammoth Cave fishing for basB. Mr. Sam Sanders has returned Mrs. from a visit to his sister, Mrs. Fred Owsley Reuben Wells and Master Duncan, who have been visitBrooks, in Syracuse, New" York. ing Mrs. Wickliffe Chapman for sevMiss Margaret Carroll returned to eral weeks, left Monday ferhelr Lexington Monday, after a visit of home at Patterson, N. J. several days to friends in this city. MisseB Laura French and Mary Mrs. Amelia J. Reock, of Newark, Campbell Sawyier, of Frankfort, New Jersey, is visiting her son, Mr. accompanied by Messrs. Cuss BrookB George W. Reock, on the South Side. and Otis H. Fisk, of Covington, paid Midway a visit last Saturday. MidMr. W. B. Thomas, of Anderson, way Clipper. GOOD NGS Ift STORE THE ARE WE REFER THERE THEY - m M J m Franklin e. It m fci R. K. McCLURE, City Business College. m M i Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. Capital Kh ESTABLISHED n, g, - 16-t- w!id&&ftA-iktaL;iLtit- . Vta;ti:.tikt 1 . . "$' SPRING HATS! W .f. i , 3Z SPRING NECKWEAR! .v Spring "Wooelns suaacL if Slinported. mr : HDorciestic G-ood- s. i .' N4v i Largest and best assortment we have ever shown. to have you look at them. Would be pleased ';:';! HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! Killed Accidentally. Mrs. Warfleld, who lives near Antl-oo- h Ohurch, was ill on Friday of last week and expressed a wish for n young squirrel to eat, when Mason JAPANESE I Kentucky Buggy and Harness Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy forks l".i ' s and Ohas. Shannon, a young man aged About 19 years, who was visiting the rifle and house, got down a started out to kill one for her. The two had gone Borne distance from the house and were sitting down in the woods watching for a squirrel, Shannon holding the rifle in his lap, when th weapon was discharged the ball striking young Warfleld in the head and killing him instantly. Young Shannon came to this city, stated the faots and surrendered himself to Deputy Constable H. Davis Harrod, who held him in custody until the next morning, when Ooroner Dehoney" went out and held An inquest on the body, and the evidence showing that the shooting was accidental, the jury brought in a verdict to that effect, and Shannon was "WarfleU, her son, ro aoci--dontall- y, A Guaranteed Cure for Files of whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. 1.00a box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mall prepaid on receipt ot price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased nt one time, to refund the $5.00 paid If not cared. Guarantee Issued by J. W. GAYLK. andLKCOMPTEd: GAYLE CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents, Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. lC-l- W CURE BUGGIES, HARNESS A1TD FARM -- IMPLEMENTS .. - ajar -- VNTJEXOijESJi-rjE prices. w dismissed. Tlie Temptation. To. so out of doors In rough weather Is not .strong, but we are, many of us, compelled to :;i H For many years General George B. Hodge, of Longwood, has been a conbowels. spicuous resident of Orange county. He came from Kentucky, va6 a brigadier general in the Confederate Free Tuition. army, and the only one of that rank The Trustees of Georgetown Col- residing in Orange county, Gen. S. lege have provided to give free G. French, of Winter Park, ranking ono degree higher. tuition to three young men from each Last Monday morning Gen. Hodge oounty in the State on the following was in Longwood, did some shopping, after which he left for his home a conditions: short distance from the village. That 1. That they are unable to pay night, soon after dark, Mr. George their tuition. Greenwood started into Longwood 2. That they are young men of for his mail, and when within half a milo of town ho found tho body of good moral oharaoter. 3. That they have been studious Gen. Hodge lying in the road, cold in death. Several paces from where and give promise of good application. the body was, lay the basket containShould more than three apply, choice ing packages of merchandise that will be made by competitive exami- the deceased had purchased that morning and had started home with. nation. Tho body was taken charge of by The fall term of tho college opens tho proper authorities, an inquest September Oth. For further particu- was held, and the coroner's verdict was that lar ploase soe Colonel Thomas Rod-nfa- n causes. death resulted from natural at tho Farmers' Bank in FrankThe deceased was very aged and fort, or address Rev. M. M. Riley, D. deorepid. Ho was a lawyer of acknowledged ability. South Florida D., Georgetown, Ky. Sentinel, Aug, 5. Gen. Hodge was a Representative Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, Ind., BayB: "I tried Chamberlain's from Campbell county in tho Legis, Oolio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, lature of and will be romom-bero- d for diarrhoea and severooramps and by our older citizens as a leadpains in the stomach and bowels, with the best results. In tho worst cases ing politician of that day. than the third I never had to give more moBt cases ono Buckleu's Arnica Salve. dose to effect a euro. In dose will do. Besides its other good The bestsalve in the world fot qualities it is pleasant to take." Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt 25 and CO cent bottles for sale by J. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, W. Gaylo, Druggist. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns Give Us Good Wnlkb. and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay reAs the Governor has knookod out is guaranteed to give with his veto tho plan of the City quired. It perfect satisfaction, or money re Oounoil to raise money to improve our stroots by paving thorn with funded. Price 25 cents per box, brlok, that body might now turn For sale by SouthSide drug store, P. H. Carpenter, thojr attention to giving ub good sidewalks, It is not necessary to have Buggies, carriages and harness ro legislative authority to raise monoy a by tho Kontuoky and Harness fdr tho purpose. All that Is nooossary Bompany. - rough weather frequently. Diseases which arise from a chill are peculiar to no season of the year. This Is true, therefore there should be In the closet of every household what? Not an unmqdlcated stimulant, absolutely void of anything but an excltlve action, but u tonic combining, In the effective form of an lnvlgorant mid an alterative, tho quality of defense against changes of weather. Uostetter's Siomach Bitters has three or four properties that no other article of its cinss possesses. Not only does It relieve the complaints which It eventually cures, It fortifies The system against the b.id effects of chnngoj of temperature, fatutally and too often shown In the deadly form of "la grippe;" It products a radical change In the weakened condition ot a system peculiarly liable to be attacked by It, and It tends to provide against thedahger resulting from an Impoverished condition of the blood and a disordered state of the liver or lace is to display a little backbone in ordering the property holders to do the work, and if they fail to obey SUCCESSORS TO the order have it done for them. The whole gang will kick at first and swear they won't do it, but just pick Salesroom, opposite court-housout one of the kickers and make an example of him, and the balance. will dance up like little men. A man who totj-ze- s won't build a sidewalk in front of his property or keep it in repair when built, should be made to do so or Will Begin Shortly. forced to sell out and go to the country where sidewalks are not Work on tho street railway will begin in a few days. On Tuesday the needed. company placed an order for two When Nature thousand ties with Judge W. Needs assistance it may be best to L. Pence, of the Champion render it promptly, but one should Saw-mil- l, Bellepoint, with inremember to use even the most per- structions to commence delivering fect remedies only when needed. The them next week. The cars have albest and most simple and gentle rem- ready been purchased and Messrs. edy is the Syrup of Figs, manufactur- JohnT. Buckley and W. H.Posey went to Cincinnati Wednesday to close a ed by the California Fig Syrup Co. contract for the rails. e. style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-clas- s less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. . O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. j! ''.,$ m Factory, South warehouse , have btxq-3-"5- t ititeiid. March 26-t- t "WELL BRED, SOON W ED." GIRLS WHO USE ; . via A'i'SI SAPOLIO y ' i,NSt rf '. ,.va XT?v 'm ' Are Q-uiokl- Married. 2Teaet House-Cleanin- g' Try It In Tour ' .m General George B. Hodge Dead. Picnic at Pleasureville. July2-ly- . There will be a grand picnic in the Music, Park at Pleasureville dancing and base ball will be the principal attractions. The Lexington and Pleasureville Base Ball Clubs Special will play a match game. rates have been secured on the L. & N. railroad for all who wish to attend and all trains will stop at the park platform. to-da- y. ' Dudley Institute. The thirty-thir- d St, session of the Dudley Institute will begin semi-annu- al ' . V-- l. SEPTEMBER 12th, 1892. A cure for disease without medicine. Write for full particulars to Ditliols & Webb, Room 10, Norton Block, Corner Fourth and Joflorson, Louisville, Ky. Sim :m . -- m ?& For terms apply to ' Aug. 13-t- f. 'W . ZFrip.cipal. it m 1 One good second hand mower for sale. Price 20. A bargain. t . Mastin Bros. L i '. 1859-'60- SHEEP! SHEEP! SHEEP! e a HEAD OK EWES; WILL SELL IN NUM-- 1 l bers to su' t purchaser, and on easy terms to responsible parties. I FflflHKFORTrnnLERCflDEniY FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. HPHIS J M k3 0 JulrSO-lm- . SOUTH THIMBLE, Forks of Elkhom. M 48-l- Holies to Contractus. SCHOOL FUltNISIIES THE ELEMENTS OF AN education for boys and young men who desire to eater 5-- iy FRANKKOIIT MASONIC be received by the undersigned until Mondar, Auk. 22d, 1892, at 6 (or the construction of the o'clock P. M., Masonto Temple" on Ann street. Bids will be received for foundation and superstructure separately. Plans and specifications for same Co., on and after Monday Aug. & The rllit reserved by the Board to reject any or all bids. By order ot the Board ot Dlrecto s. B. T. FARMER, Secretary. Aug. C ORDER OF THE BYTemple Co., bids will Colleges nd Universities. the 15th The Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBER, 1892. For Catalogues, address 1 can be seen at office ot United States Express Andrew Fuller Case. Frankfort, Kentucky. WJVMWilUK. 15-t- r. m Vv .' h Altered the hills to Holt's Corner, UAiNKFOIl'KU UlNDAUO UT, crossLlewellyn Marshall With them, with tho Magisterial District division r ing line. to tho Scott county line; thence wish to lie "in it" when electakI No. 1, on Elkhorn; thence continuing as at the post-oiuc- o second-cUs- s at Frankfort, Kentucky mailable matter. ?!. A.LliVllS .Editor aud Publisher. 1!5, FRANKfORT, M'GT'ST 180'. R' A Now Ik-partur- e. In nddition to our facilities for executing every variety of plain and fancy letter pres9 job work, wo are now prepared to furnish all kinds of fine lithographic work, such as Jotter heads, bill, hqads, note heads, "card envelopes, checks, certificates of otock, &c. The work will be gotten up in the lfitesb style and on short notice. If you arc in need of any thine in that lino call and examine1 our samples before ordering. WIS Ell E WIS VOTE. Tlie New Precincts as v Ar-raiijj- ecl ty Jutljje. by tlie Cown- - Under the new election law County Judge B. G. Williams has divided tl e county up into new voting precincts, and in order th.it our country friends may tfave an idea of the boundary of the precincts in which they live, we give below a map of the county, drawn by D. M. Woodson, Esq., civil engineer, an 1 engraved upon metal by Mr. B. Todd Orntcher, showing the divisions made by Judge Williams. We have not thought it necessary to givo a dia6ram of the city precincts, as the dividing linos are so clearly stated that no matter how Ur iB'v' 't i- i. - if they with tho samo to tho Woodford and , tion day rolls 'around. Benson is no Scott county corner; thence with tho ' & to tho longer a voting place, and Col. Davo Woodford county line straight Llino N. to R. R.; thence will have to go to the Macklin's mill-da- in a South Elkhorn; and Squire Dan on bushes to drop their ballots; Wood-lak- o thenco down tho samo to the Forks; robs the Forks of one of its prin- thence down main Elkhorn to the j cipal attractions, and Bloomington beginning. And it is farther ordered, tnac cne voting piace lor saia preand Switze'r will havo no more fun cinct bo at Woodlako. with'tho 'festive floater at the polls. Precinct No. 1 of Magisterial Disis considerable of a shake up and trict No. 3 is all that portion of Mag It and Children. 3 norm for will put many to great inconveni- isterial District No.andeast andof pre north of Main Elkhorn ence, but the Judge says he tried to cinct No. 2, of Magisterial District "Castorla la so trcD adapted to children Uit Ciuttorln cures Colic, Constipation, comply with the law, and in so doing No. 2. And it is further ordered that Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, I recommend it as superior to any prescription Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes df tlie voting place of Baid precinct bo could not pleaso ovory one. II. A. Ancncn, M. D., known to mo." costlon. at Peak's Mill. . Without injurious medication. Brooklyn, N. Y. Ill So. Oxford St, If you wish to know how the mag' ""aw Precinct No. 2 ofMagisterlal Disrq- r k i ' isterial district are 'divided just trict No. 3 ia all that portion em5 . "Tho uso t of 'Castorla' Is so universal nnd ' " For several years i havo recommended t fx CftBtorla, ' and shall always continue member thnt the city of Frankfort is brused betweonYthe Kentucky river ito'inMts bo" well known that it seems a work syour 'as It ha3 Invariably produced beneficial' Elkhorn and north of precinct of supererogation to endorso it. Pow are tho do so district No. 1. Then look at the map and 1 results." intelligent families who do not keep Castorla 2. No of Magisterial District No. Edwin P. Pardbb. M. D., within easy reach." and put precincts marked Q and II And it is further ordered that the Carlo IUrttk, D.D., "Tho Wlnthrop," 185th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. together you .have district No. 2; E voting place for said precinct bo at New York Cityj Lato Pastor Dloomlngdalo Eoformod Church. t andJF constitute district No. 3; C and th a junction of tho county road and : OwentoifTiirnpikonear corner of J. D district No. 4, and B. and I No. 5. A. Holt, on Owenton pike. Tme Ckmtaur Company, 77 Murray Street, Nkw York. In laying off the voting precincts, Precinct No. 1 of Magisterial Disthe law forbids the county judge trict No. 4 is bounded as followvs: crossing the lines of the magisterial Beginning at the mouth of Steamboat lioilow, tho districts, which renders the work no thence upon same Kentucky river; the to tho ridge road Feb. easy matter. leading to Pleasant Ridge Church; j Wo give below the order of the thence with ridge around to tho "" point where the Plat Creek tyil'-? court:! Jsirfi-ifiir-a crosses it; thenco in a straight Hno to County Court, .''Franklin tno uio oioney ureeK crossing : Plumb Branch and "Bald Knoboi pikt; Muqumuiui-ma w& Tuesday, A ngust 2d, 1802 "thence in a straight line to tho rail ELECTION PRECINCTS. . road bridgo over Benson, near thoj t fcKfrt In pursuance to chapter 65, entitled old (innav hi'lt'ire: thnnon with tlm L,. to regulate elections in this & N. Railroad to the city limits of "An Act Commonwealth," approved Juno 30, Frankfort on the Kentucky river; HaAre. opened Sale Rooms on 1892, and in conformity therein, the thonce down to the the following boundaries and voting pre- place of beginning.river bank f rther is And it cincts are established, viz: ordered that the voting place for All that portion of South Frankfort sxid precinct be at Bellepoint. w east of Shelby street to be designated 2 of Magisterial DisPrecinct t. as precinct No. 1, of Magisterial Di- trict No. 4No. bounded as follows: j4S s is . iJ strict No 1. Aud it is further ordered Beginning at tho L. & N. Roadroad V voting place for said pre- bridge over Benson, near the old that the cinct bo at Voglov's store in South Qaney bridge; thenco with lino of Frankfort 1 to point where the A'l that portion of South Frankfort precinct No. Flat Creek puce crosses tne dividing wes, of Shelby street is designated and Marshall's a precinct At. 2 of Magisterial Dis- ridge between Davisa straight lino to L OHO PRICES branches; No 1. And it is further ordered the Shelbythenco in trict and Franklin county corner, near Bailey's mill; thenco with the Shelby county line to its intersection with the L. & N. Railroad; r.M. BEATTY, Q-thence with said railroad to the place vr beginning. And it is further of J- - Attorney at Law & Real Estate Agt. ordered that the voting place for said BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. precinct bo at the N. J. Moore IN LEE, nRBlTIHTT, WOLEE, PRACTICE school-housALL near Chas. Marshall's. L Estill, Jaeksoji, Powell, Clay und other. counties Precinct No. 3 of Magisterial DisSept. . trict No. 4 is bounded as follows: Beginning at the mouth of Steamboat hollow; thence with a line of preJVl t M g 33. cinct No. 1 to tho Fiat Creek pike on dividing ridge as before described; .is thence with a line of precinct No. 2 Consumption Cured. ,Mtl to the Shelby and Franklin county "I lipit iupdMnpi It to bnniiH nt corner; thence with Shelby line to sold. bellee physicians. tw tlm tigo. siMiny The )c.irs the Henry county corner; thence mio nan consumption, both lungs iifTected. liadto send her outh forseverul hpilnus to u-iFrankfort, Ky. with the Henry county lino to the Jme keep nlUe. she lias been taking Kentucky river: thenco up the same Hidaurs Microbe but sinceshe has been rhjhtnt Killer to tho place of beginning. And it is homo attending to lier business, an is In better jears. further ordered that the voting place health tiinii she has been lit 2(1Cedartonn. Ga." "It. T. POOLE. for said precinct bo at tho school-houst m j Infants , ( : . 4 13-l- e Frsnfffnrf uwiuiuu IMiifaf iirlnn f M vuiiiuiuu Ann Street, near unrisuan unurcn. , ID g e, 5-- tf D -- DISUSES! Rob't. y. Franklia 1 lit-- r I e wfHv!'Xfe!4HlBff2BMflBBjF'4BHBSBIBBHflHE4 jGHHSfV-!HK!HHBv'COHuHHflBiEHHH- W f ,, H Prcclnet No.l. liMic'Nii G Precinct No. 2. DIMik't No. - r en'sTol Voodlake. C t No. I, DUfr'ct No. i Moore's Sclod I'otfee. NV. S, Dfetrkt No. Branch. B Preclrct No. 1. District No. I Precinct Nu. V, Dl.uict No. ton. gate. Precinct No.l, DMtilcf No :i -- Peak's M !. Co. F Precinct No. '2. DNtil-- t No. ner. A Precinct No. 1. Jtl r er No. 4 lif Jlopclnt. E Mt's 5 Purlng- - n- t - ty Fecr and Flux Cured. drunk a man gets on election day he that the voting place for said pre"Icheerfulh testify that after tiklng Microbe South Killer for fllteen days I am entirely cured, after can hardly f.iil to find his voting cinct be at bridge being nick two ears with malarial f ver, and Frankfort. place, if he does not forget where he during which time I contracted other diseases, All that portion of North Frankllux. etc. I was atended during this time by three lives. fort south of the Versailles turnpike of tliebest doctors of tho city without being "W.M.DOHKBTY, The principal changes within the ' and Main street as far as St. Clair "10 Celeste it.. New Orleans. La." on city limits are the making of two Btreet; tothence norththenceSt. Clair west on Broadway; street Mr. Radam's Microbe Killer Cures all precincts in South Frankfort, with Broadway street tu the Kentucky Diseases by Removing tho Cause. Shelby street as the dividing line River, be designated as precinct No. circular nnd the Send 2 cents stamp for and the taking of the three squares 3 of Magisterial District No. 1. And Microbe War. shows what disease Is and what the rempdv must be. and do. to cure it. Head It. the voting it is bounded by St. Clair street on the placefurther ordered that atthoQOurt-houscirculate It and you will tho discoverer for saving for said precinct be your life, address east, the river on the west, Broadin the city of Frankfort. KAOAM'S MICttOHE KlLLIt, Nashville. Tenn. way on the north and Main street on All that portion of North Frankfort J. W. GAYLE or LECOMPTE ii GAYLE CO. tole agents for Franklin com tj. the south, out of the Craw precinct east of St. Clair street and north of Jan, Main street and Versailles turnpike and adding them to tho Court-Housbe designated as precinct No. 4 of Precinct Meetings. UHA1N NtRVt When wo go outside the city limits Magisterial District No. 1. And it is in any direction except Bellopoint further ordered that the voting place Democratic meetings will be held precinct the fun begins. Our little neighbor for Baid tho city ofbo at the Market in the several precincts of this county Frankfort. House in y to select delegates to the at the mouth of Benson is .givon a All that portion of North Frankfort voting place, and a number of their west of St Clair street and north of County Convention 'which meets country friends out on tho Flat Broudway street bo designated as in this city next Saturday for Dispreciect Creek, Blumb Branch and St. John's trict No. 1.No. 5 of isMagisterial And it further ordered tho purpose of electing delegates to pikes come in and vote with them, that tho voting place for said pre- represent the county in the District Dlt. E. C. WKBT'fl NKIIVE AND BitAIN Tr.KT- for Hjsterla, a guaranteed but the residents of Jligh View, who cinct bo at the Gas House in tho city Convention, which meets at George- siEir, Convulsions, specific Nervous Neuralgia. Kits, of Frankfort. Headache, Nenous Prostration caused by the uno can stand in their door yards and cast town on Thursday, August 25th, to or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Precinct No. 1 of Magisterial Dis- nominate a candidate for Circuit of alcohol Knftfiilntr of the Brain resultluu In a stone into the streets of Bollepoint, Himlfv mill Ionium? to misery, dec iv and death, No. 2 is bounded as follows: Judge trict must mount their bioycles and, to- Beginning at tho city limits of and Commonwealth's Attor- I'cpmnture Old Age, Barreiiess, Loss of Powei and Spermain either sex, involuntary J.ohi-egether with Bob Nicol and others re- Frankfort on tho Owentown pike; ney. torrhoea caused by over exertion of the bniln.fcell-abussaid pike to its box contains I'ach or siding south of the railroad, aB far west thence with A Great Game To-daone month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxe as the Shelby line,'jto out to Bridgeport junction with Peak's Mill pike; for $5 00, sentb) mull prepaid on receipt of price. thonce with tho same or with if they wish to drop a ballot in tho the Magisterial District division lino There will bo one of the greatest WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. slot. Hon. E. FI. Taylor, jr., Uncle to Elkhorn; thence up tho same to its gamea of base ball of the season To cure any case. With each orderreceived by u $5. U0, we for six boxes, accompanied Jim Richardson, J. H. Williamson, Forks; thence up tho South Fork to played at Lake Park this afternoon. send tlie purchaser our writwith guarantee towlh reten thence a straight The contestants will bo the High- fund the money if the treatment does not eileti neighbors Macklin's mill-daCharley Lang and thoir cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE ' line to tho intersection of tho L. & N. who havo heretofore voted at tho It. R. with the Woodford county line; lands, of Louisville, composed of tho a it GAYLE CO., und J. W. GAYLE, Court House, must now journey to thence with tlie same to tne Jventucicy pick of tho amateur clubs of that 1'ranktort, Ky. Purington to cast thoir suUVnge; the lllver; thenco down tho same to tho oity, and tho Frankfort Olub. Tho city limits of Frankfort: thenco -with , .. ,. lUBlUUHIO ui ouiiim Ulll, xiuiuuuo .,- - ,. game will be called at 4 o'clock so . Bottom, Jett, Stedmantown, and ginning. And it is further ordered that tho lovers of tho game, who quit We will pay the above reward for any case of In Liver Comnluiiit. Dyspepsia, Sick Heada-hthoso who live this side of tho creek that tho voting placoof said precinct work at that hour on Saturday, can digestion, Constipation, or Costiveness wo cannot school-hous- e when near tho forks havo a chance to eeo the fun. Our cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, They the at tho Forks, will congregate at the to at tho era are strlctn comnlled with. a jJrnekoGeorgotoWn a"d VersallIe8 boys havo defeated ovory 'club sent directions schooMiouse near Green's tlurely Vegetable, mill never full to glyo satlsfuc- Pon. Sugar Coated . Large boxes, containing so to drop in their votes, and Col. Jim j PrecInct No. 2 of Magisterial up from tho city so far, and tho High- nllls. 25 cents, Bewar.t of counterfeits nnd imi only by and his neighbors at the Uriel; No. 2 is bounded as follows: lands will do their level best to do tations. The 0.genuine manufacturedCHICAGO, WEST COMPANY, THE JOHN Hemp Mill and in Letstawn must Beginning at tho corner of precinct them up. ItrJJ. ILL. For sale by uil druggist. toll-hous- e, I e Precinct No 1 of Magisterial District No 5 is bounded as follows, viz: Beginning at the L. & N. railroad bridgo across tho Kentucky river; thence with said railroad to tho Shelby county line; thence with county Shelby and Anderson line to the present precinct line between Bridgeport and Cedar Run; thence with the same to the junction of tho county road with the Louisville turnpike near Butler Branch's; thence with the Louisville turnpike to the city limits to the place of beginning. And it is further ordered that tho voting place for said precinct be at Bridgeport. Precinct No. 2 of Magisterial District No. 5 is bounded as follows, viz: Beginning at the city limits of Frankfort on the bank of the Kentucky river; thence up the river to the Anderson county line; thence with the same to the present precinct line between Bridgeport and Cedar Run precincts; thence with the samo to the junction of the county road with the Louisville turnpike near Butler Branch's; thence with tho Louisville turnpike to the city limits of Frankfort: thence with tho city limits to tho place of beginning. And it is further ordered that the voting place for said precinct bo at Codar Run school-house. on Tad Pole branch. Several Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully tcstirrtothecurathe powers of jour medicine. Having been usutlerer from we ik lungs, bronchial ailectlon and Indigestion, alter taking Microbe Killer all of the above sjmtoms have entirely disappeaied. " ours. etc.. "J.iultor Howard Memorial Library. "New Orleans, La." THOS. L. DAVIS. H. a, MATTEE "I lmvo been n sulfrrer from asthma and catarrh, for more than two years past getting mostcf my sleep sitting u,i In bedorreclli lug In a ch.ilr. 1 ha o used one lug of It idain's Microbe Killer, and f r the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a I attribute my relief to the remedy, and child. heartily recommend it to .mv one suffering from usthnuttlc or catarrhal trouble. ' Resiectfully. "EDWIN It. MOOItE, "Cashier In Dank of AdairWIIe. Ga." Asthma anil Catnrrh Cured. iiiiutr, 334 MAIN STRKliT, FRANKFORT. KY. SOST 15 qUAHTITT. BKSTISQttUITT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM a y bene-fitte- VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Prepared by KKmBPBUa-TATLOBMK- FOR 20 YEARS SOIiX EVERYWMJSK1S. LOOTS. CO, . 8T. lR-l- e. LEXINGTON, ET, 9 to-da- Blrzl-nes- s. III- s o y. BUff. 3D, 31, Sept. 1, 3, FAKE informitloi tnJ etUlogue, tdiresi 3 Competition Open to tho World, Freer The Most Attractive Program Evar Offered . $500 Reward! e, TWO RACES EACH DAY! CDCETY J rnCbi lot further LAOIC8 AND CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE THE flBST DAV. toll-gat- Bpoolal Tralne on All Rnilroade at Exouraign Katoo, li) SecreUrj. Dis-Murr- OEO. H. WHITNEY, Prosidont. THOS. Tj. MARTIN, Secretary. July 1C, .A'.Ai " , -- HEADQXJARTEES FOR EVERY XJL X r r ... . . -, . . i - TJ-1ITST-G- JcL OSXIL 'mLi ohbAbm 0 1ST "WHEELS.' KMBKZOST D!E-.Ij3E!,S Z3ST- x Mulniifil T?rnr.r.ivr aiikvtm, mi w. fllO 4 Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. "" VffaA Vv3 imiLiiihiiiI MftWnxzwl Snesw' OP IBT7-!22"S- - UJlXXi3- - 't'fll jD IE S C JK X IEF IT jC O HlT" - f . r H ' ,, ,? , WE GUABAOTEE Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the ? . . f. Vt KFme Bnggios, ,Phcetoiis, Sur- -' ries and Light Carriages. The H. H. BSdcocIc , $ do?$r&olA " : (I i ... ,rcv i. St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Yic- - Traps and wNPoyelties oMat- torias, m vJ ?Cv S1 111 (l?1 wSrt&t--J S3i-Vl- l 'I - -- II BEST VALUE ' iZ & c . . pl" Y sign. TIME TABLE. The fol'owing t?'no tnblo is now effect npon the L. k N. rund: No.231onvesFrankfort No. 17 Iohvos Prnnkfort No, 21 leiwos Frankfort No '19 leaves Frankfort ,THAINSEABT. tB&tiZmmmmmamimSSis' TT iiimmiiii '- for tlie molieyto ,be found. '4., any where. -' 1$ jimii i in ,5:f0 O'.U) m m 3:00 7:38 10:10 4:35' 7.48 0:15 in m. No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort No. 22 loaves Frankfort o-- .... p. m. p. tn. a. m. i Nos. 23,17 and 21 connect at Lagrnnge 23 and 21 connect for Oincinnati. at AnohoniRO for Bloom field Branch. . p.m. W. W. AlXANDEB, Aent. FKAiNKFOltT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT, AUGUST IB, 1802. Ease Ball. Harrodsburg vs. Frankfort. The Harrodsburg team came down ' on Friday afternoon of last week and played a return game with the Frank-fortIn the first inning the .visitors jumped on to Merchant and made three runs, but after that .he settled down and they only got two more .across the plate. In the third our boys, who had been playing a loose game, pulled themselves together and made four scores, batting Ohinn out of the box. In the fourth Patterson went in to pitch when five scores were made off him, and two more in the fifth. In the third inning Weisiger Lindsey was taken sick and retired from the game, VanDerveer going to center field and Newman coming in to third base. In the first half of the a. i to head oil Rosier, and another division. The way those two stole crooked bound was the result, and bases was a caution, and Roxy i three scores were chalked up. took care to work them in a3 substiThe Pleasurovilles played the bet tute runners whenever there was ter fielding game up to the last two a chance. Between them they cominnings, when they went all to pieces, mitted larceny on about ton bags, and only their good luck saved the though tho score gives them only score from being very much closer, if four, as tho credit had to go to tho not tied. With two on bases in the batter for whom they were runOUST HivdL.X3Sr ninth Davis knocked the longest hit ning. They got Carroll so wrought of the game, which would have been up that ho invariably fired the ball good for a home run, but it dropped into center field whenever they made foul by a few inches. Ho afterwards a break for second, which of couri e made a hit, buc it was only a Hingle. advanced thorn still further. After nf thjs Capitol.HniEl.- With Davis and Merchant on the Znhner wont behind the bat things bases and two out, Wintersmith were not so bad, but still they were SSTThey will fill this space with an eatkeiyyew advertiwe w f.fat-iknocked a beautiful lino hit, but, as quite lively . short time. had been tho case with his previous There was nothing especially noteattempts, it was right in a fielder's worthy about the fielding of either hands and tho game was over. side, except the pretty double play No one who did not see the game by Barrett and Lindsey and Claude could realize how tough tho boys' McFarland's fine catch of Stagg's luck was. Wintersmith knocked two hitto'lefc center. Zahner livened 9 beautiful hits over tho left field fence things up by making two beautiful which just did land foul, and he hit but Merchant was tho ball hard oyery time ho came to very effective, in spite of the nine r& the bat, but it so happened that a hits made off him, as thirteen strikefielder stood just where the ball land-- , outs will attest. He struck out ed every time. Had the outfielders Claude McFarland three times, and AND DEALER IN- stood but a short distance on either did not allow him a hit. He also gave ' side of where they did it would have but two bases on balls, while Carl, on been impossible to catch tho ball be- -' the other hand, although he kept the fore it touched tho ground, as the hits very much down, virtually threw hits were all high liners. Tommy away what hope his club had of win- PIPE AND FITTINGS. ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL, WORK Newman played all over center field ning by his wlldness. GUARANTEED. , The score follows. ' and mado a number of brilliant runPRANKFOET.EEKIUCKK. Opposite State House. ning catches. The best playing for FlItNKFOKT. aii it In sii ro a (I 1 0 0 II 4 the Pleasurevilles was done by Mer- Nenmun.3bcf . . . . . 1 2 4 0 0 H.irrott. 1 0 0 13 3 . . . . edith, Carroll and Black. U'lvs, c Business College 0 0 1 1 4 Merchant, p. . . The swore follows: 0 0 0 0 4 fioins. rf. . . . . J ACOB S WIGERT & CCX, STI2EET,TO (lave Removed From the Bafzeli Building I H101MD 102 MN STREETS ) ! three-bagger- s, iari numee? wESOl earn Fitter -- 'I n. Sas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, I i l'LEASUKEVILLE. AH lillICK, lb. . Jackson, c $$, &'. E. Uuokur, rf. Meredith, s s A. HucKer, cf . . . . , 7 0 21 12 Tot1"3 " Morgan, cf catoher, ran into Henry Lindsey at 1 DeiHfonl. If first base, just as he waa in the act of pnANltFORT 10 su All rurroll.o Jezb ..'....4 0 0 0 5 3 5 1 0 4 2 Bruily, rf . . . ffifnlilnr fhn hull, and one of the revniMi.ci 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 o 5 , li.uieu, an u 1 5 9 4 0 24 9 14 35 Totals small bones of Lindsey 's left wrisc Udvu.c. II 7 1 : was broken in tho collision, forcing; mL ,..'.' .".'. t 1 0 0 Innings . . . . 12 845 0 789-- T 1 0 0 him to retire from the game also.) wmtersinitn,8.B. . . . 6 Zulimf's u u 1 11 Frankfort . . . . 42 101500u 0 4 5 Weisiger 1'Lindsey, who had been ' pwuipsib '. '.' . 4 VunDerveer, If. 0 0 2 Zulaufs 2, , m,ca . Famed Runs 0Mnn. i mu Awuwwt felt so UJISJI UAW J.J1AJ Two Base Hits Stags. 40 4 6 o 24 o Totals Three Bae Hlts'ahner2. he took Henry's much better that New man 2; Barrett 2; Davis 3; Stolen nrsc ana piayeu tno game 2; uoins l; I'nniips 'J. place at Innings. . . 8 - T4 MerchantBases Barrett to Lindsey. Di uble Plays 2 -- 7 Base on Balls-- Merchant 2; Carl 5. out. In the sixth iiining the Harrods-burg- FmnKlorts . . fleu.surevllles 1 Davis, Phillips. Hit bv seeing they had no chance to TnoBase Hits Jackson, Rucker, Kesler ami Struck Pitcher Merchant 13: byCirl H. out-- Br win the score standing 13 to 5 Davis. 2; Zahner 3; Davis 1. Passed Double Plnya against them gave up tho game and roll to Jacoby. Mr. Phillips; A. Rucker to Ciir- - WlldPltchts-Car- ll. J hours. Time of Game Umpire Itiehardson. Bulls 0(1 T.uwronco 1. left for Lawrenceburg to catch a First Uiise onBy Lawrence 8; By Stugg C. Mruck Out train on the Louisville Southorn for lilt oy Pitcher By Luwrence 1. 7 7 gr ;,;;; ... .' ." 5 6 4 4 4 4 in l 1 SII 10 A u 0 u 0 1 1 Wlnlersnilth. ss., StlK. H. Iihitisoj, ' lb Phillips, 2b. . 3 4 1 1 0 1 2 1 10 0 1 1 BRYANT & STRATTON full Information.! -- 4 3 l AH 11 2 0 6 0 0 I) U Write for Oatauoque and BOOK.KEEPINa,8H0RTHAND, TELEGRAPHY, &0. ftICMfl JS KV- IHMHI W 3 37 1 0 5 Y 2 1 2 1 1 U J 7 1 TotnU 2 SII 9 A '.'.'.'.'.'. 0 0 a i) Tulor. lb Ctrl. i Whltton. ZOLA'jra , 0 0 0 0 o McFurlHiiil.ss SSihner, 2o& c 3b 4 4 4 5110 0 II R 2 0 n In 2 n 10 10 1 2 , i & 4020001 401000 yl . i 0 0 0 n 3 3 01 A jT WmfffiKy wUlrl lluMf Mm Mi MWOfe. 6 2 n 110 M MM Miss MM INSTITUTE, x f 1 WS y f5sSr-- '. : j .' .... - TlL V4 VJ9 4 U illWJrIB III W Mil llElk 7yfflflkVv riLuit'ttJi Will Nicholasville, Ky., 'M l F$X yily' "uu I I Hewitl, Principal. iSS 'liS JUrf A a-- . - iv beptemoer, itw. to Trlnclpal For catalogues apply rESlTME3 SESSION SECOND MONDAY IN as above. July2-2- i 92- 0?W?S600COOv TENNIS, Has its irresistible charms for the young s, -- Oil iua?SRE Balls-Car- roll V5sS!5wS: m Umi Ala be- homo. THE GAME AT PLKASUREVILLE. ma wmm Ii i i j- - i iw f - tag eixth were the result of tho unovon-ncs- s of tho diamond. ICesler waa at tho bat, with two mon on bases and ono out. Ho hit a grounder to third, upon which Barrett could havo easily made a double play, but the ball took a sudden bound on the rough surface and wont over his head. VanDerveer ran up to stop it and the same thing happened again. Dick then ran back after tho ball and threw it to Barrett 'W.JL olub of that place. It was a rather patched up nine, Frank Barrett playing third, Penn Merchant first, Dick VanDerveer loft and Stagg pitching, but the game was lost only by the toughest sort of luck. Tho Pleasurovillo grounds are miserable, and thoy played an important part in tho result. Tho three scores made by Ploasurevillo in tho The homo club went to Ploasure-vlll- o Saturday afternoon on the 3 o'clock train, accompanied by a large orowd of enthusiasts, and played the Is tho great blood purifier and and beautiful, so have the nerve tonic. It acts upon all tho secretions of the system, enabling the liver and kidneys to perform their FRANKFORT VS. ZULAUFS. proper functions, giving tone and The Zulaufs, of Jeffersonville, Ind , strength to tho nervous system, a Two assissted by Claude McFarland, and certain cure for dyspepsia. Get a months' treatment for 50o. Fred Zahner, two of the finest players free sample at Carpenter's South Side We Make A Specialty Of 1 in the Louisville City League, crossed drug store. These Corsets. m bats, with the homo club at Lake Dead. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. Park on Tuesday, and wore badly Grand Secretaries beaten. Mr. Joseph II. Branham, for fifteen Kentucky Training School. The home club put up the liveliest, years Grand Secretary of tho Mamost dashing game seon on the sonic Grand Chapter of Kentucky, Mt. Storling, Ky. grounds for somo time until it was and William White, for nearly half apparent that thoy had tho game a century Grand Secretary of the won. when thoy took things easy, Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows in Kenbut were careful not to let tho bcore tucky, died the first of tho week. Albocomo too close for comfort A practical, homellko, Military schoolwlth collegiate course. Number limited: rooms lull last year. though their batting was light, they Apply early. Major C. W. FOWLER, Superintendent were quick to take advantage of July every ono of tho visitors' fourteen When Baby was sick, wo gavo her Castorla. errors and fivo bases on balls, two When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. batters hit, a wild pitoh and fivo When Bho became Miss, she cjung to Castorla. passed balls materially asdiBtod thorn. When she bad Children, she gave them Castorla. STRAUSS' CLASS IN It was a procession, rather than a MISS KATIE at Capital Hotel. Days DANCING open of Tuition game, with Tommlo Nowman and Monday, Wednesday und Friday mornings at 10 o'clock. Junl8-t-t Frank Barrett at tho head of the first ' t. Passeil Balls - Davis 2; .Tuckson 1. Wllil Pltclies-Stiig- gi. Lmplres Fninklln mid Shockensy. Time of Game l' wo oure. Dr. Hale's Household Tea THE 8I10IITEST AND Q0ICKIST Qeorgetown to New Time, 25 Hours. SOLID VESTinULED TRAINS. The shortest and quickest. Georgetown to Jacksonville, . 'I" '4fl Time, 26 Hours. Solid Vestluuled Trains. tween Clnrlnnatlnnd The Shorl line DANCING CLASS. D. MILLER, port for Texas. Mexico and California. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky MldlandRullway vla(ioori;etowir):l5 a.m. .arrlvoClnolunnt 110:25 a. m. Qiilcerthan anyotherllne. All trains irrlv it lepartfromCentralUnlOB Depot. Cincinnati For Rates. Maps, ito..naaresf E.T.CIIARLETON, D. P. & T. a. .Chattanooga. " 11 ' is " 10 Direct Connectlons.it NewOnennsandSbrev .Atlanta, ., ' UIHMINU1IAM, ALA.. ASHKVILLK, CnATTANOOaA, TENN. , Lexington, Knoxville, kt.. Time, 2 Hours Tknn., " la " N. C, " 17 Vi r ,i Traf.Mng;Cinclnnatl,0. D. '. EDWARDS, 9 P.&'i.T s t . feJAtt LMlwl2 wsmaa f'..AraAWl N'.J MI&iHli JZiu '.i ftu "V v w b 6 y FRUIT ?, One quart bucket Two quart bucket . Three quart bucket Four quart bucket Six quart bucket Eight quart bucket CANS, FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES f Porcelain Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers At reduced prices. " io " io " 5 5 Examine prices on Tinware, " " Ten quart bucket One quart coffee-poTwo quart coffee-po- t TBree quart coffee-po- t Four quart coffee-po- t t cents. . ; . 25 . 5 . t? ' 10 10 . 15 15 20 w. : ' & We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers o I churches! n the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made.1 OHwiBfiArf joitit t. 8 Four qt., 30c; 6 qt., 40 c. PORCELAUST qt, qt, c; qt, c; 50 10 55 12 XXLESSSESFK.'V-XrC3- r K.ESTT'TjrfES. qt, $1.00; 24 60c.; 14 qt, 65c; 16 qt, 75c; 18 qt, 85c; 20 Work solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. qt, Si. 25. Roofing, Guttering and Job' BxxoiKr.iEix"'. Their Superior Ability in Treating Obscure Chronic Diseases is something marvelous, have cured where Miss Ina D. Green and Mr. W. O. others hare given up to Miller were married Tuesday at the die. residence of tho bride's father, Green, near Farmdale. Mr-Scott .t$ Religious. Church The congregation will assemble at 10:30 o'clock for the celebration of the Lord's Supper. No service at night. morning at pulpit o'clock. No service at night. ft4 I" Hev. W. Q. Neville will occupy his 11 HmrrnERN Presbyterian Church Baptist Church Kev.W. 0. lor, the pastor, will occupy morning. pulpit service at night. .Sunday-school Tay- his No at 9:30 a. m. Methodist Church Rev. W. B. mornCooper, will preach ing at 11 o'clock. No service at night Hunday-schoconvenes at 9:30 a.m. ol fe L The union services will bo held evening at 8 o'clock in the Tirst Presbyterian Church. Rev. W. G.Neville, of the Southern Presbyterian Church, will deliver the discourse. J. the pastor being about on his summer vacation, there will be no services morning at 11 o'clock. "Union service at night. IRev. Presbyterian Church First McClusky Blayney, D. D., Episcopal Crurch Rev. Robert of Trinity Grattan Nolan, rector occupy the Church, Covington, will morning at 11 pulpit o'clock. No service at night. JPews free, and everyone invited. Church TIio Uhual at the Church of the Good services will be conShepherd ducted by Rev. Father James Gorey, the temporary pastor. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass atlO a. m., andvespers at 7:30 p. m. CaThUL.1U fci'l MS w ' Rev. O. T. Fay, of Louisville, will preach at the Leestown School-hous- e evening this evc.ing and at 8 o'clock. All invited to attend. Miles1 Nerve Pills. and Liver Act on a new principle regulating ithe liver, stomach and bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 60 doses for 25 cents.' Samples free at y J. W. Qayle's, Frankfort, Ky. 45-l- A New , Residence. two-storresl--denco Judge R. E. Gaines is laying the y foundation for a new on west Broadway, on his lot adjoining the residence of Mr. .Robert Ohoate. Driven to Death. party of four yotfng men hired a surrey and horse from Mr. H. R. Williams Thursday, and drove the horse so hard that it died that night. It was a fine animal and was valued at A train willloave this city at 10:16 a. m., on that day, over tho Midland, for th'e The drowsy rest whioh comes with accommodation of those who wish to the hot August weather has been attend. Excursion rates have been broken up for the past week by the secured, and all who go can return on bustle and gaiety in honor of tho regular trains in the evening. bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Willoughby Rodman. There have Heart Disease Curable. been dinners, luncheons and progressive euchre, but the most noteThe truth of this statement may be worthy event was the reception doubted by many, but when Dr. Thursday evening, given by Mr. Franklin Miles, the eminent Indiana specialist, claims that heart disease Thomas Rodman, father of the is curable and proves it by thousands groom. There were two hundred of testimonials of wonderful cures and fifty invitations, and but few by his new heart cure, it attracts tho regrets; however tho spacious parlors attention of the millions suffering with short breath, palpitation, irregwere adequate for all demands. The ular pulse, wind in stomach, pain in house was decorated moBt appositely side or shoulder, smothering spells, for warm weather, in large ferns and fainting, dropBy, &o. A. i. Davis, Nebraska, by using palms, while the Bcent of blossoms Silver Creek, Dr. Miles' New Heart four bottles cf delicately pervaded the air through Cure, was completely cured after twelve years suffering from heart tho windows, opening in the is wonderful garden. The guests were disease. ThisGayle. Booksremedy 6 sold by J. W. free. received by Mr. and Mrs. Willoughby Rodman, Mrs. H. O. Murray, Mrs. Kavanaugh Camp-Meet-in- g. Harry Mallory and Miss Rodman. Mrs. Rodman is fair, with a wealth of golden hair touched with titian-esqu- e This annual meeting of this noted shades, and her blonde beauty encampment began August 11th and is accentuated by the side of her tall will continue until August 21. Rev. brunette husband. She wore her Dr. Boiling, of Covington, and Mr. wedding gown of white silk, with Henderson, of this city, will preach old lace, which has sweet sentiment Rev. Dr. John J. Ligert, filmy meshes, of Kansas City, will preach the secits in woven having been used on the wedding ond Sunday of the meeting. grandmother gowns her of Lamp Lighter Lost. and mother before her. After the usual congratulations, time was very The party who lights the street pleasantly spent in chatting, and dewas no lack of lamps on the South Side must have spite the crowd there before he reached comfort, for long balconies, with the gotten that side of the river Thursday night, dreamy lights of colored lanterns, lured you from the more brilliant as not a light was burning except Throughout the those within tho houses, and travel drawing room. evening ice cold punch, with the afoot was exceedingly difficult. It is evenmoon true late sparkle of champagne, was served, ing, the wasshone most in the peoof the but it after floor was and the whole down-stair- s seats, ple wore off the street" and didn't furnished with small tables and where creams and sherbets lost their oount for much. identity, made into exquisite shapes Lawrence-burg- . of flowers and fruits, by the skill of Shooting at Madame Pargny, of Louisville. Tho hours on the cards were from 8 to 11, Two men by tho name of Ely and but time was not measured save by Brothers wore gambling in a tent pleasure, and the end came too soon. upon tho Fair Grounds at Lawrence-burMr. and Mrs. Rodman left yesterday Thursday, when Brothers acmorning for California, their future cused Ely of cheating and hot words M. S. D. home. followed, resulting in Brothers drawing a pistol and shooting Ely three times, killing him instantly. BrothNervous Prostration. ers lives at Tyrone while Ely was A largo manufacturer, whose affairs the agent of a Lexington buggy manwere very much embarrassed, and who was overworked and broken ufactory, and had a lot of vehicles down with nervous exhaustion, went over there for sale. to a celebrated specialist. He was told that the only thing needed was Died. to be relieved of care and worry, and a change of thought. This dochave Dial, the infant daughter of Mr. tor was more considerate of his patient's health than of his financial Wiley 0. Williams and wife, died circumstances. He ought to have Thursday morning, after a lingering advised him to use Dr. Miles' Restor- Illness. The funeral took place Thursative Nervine, the best remedy for day morning at 10 o'clock from the nervous prostration, sleeplessness, dizziness, headache, ill effects of spir- residence of Mr. M. H. P. Williama, its, tobacco, coffee, opium, &c. Thou- jr., on Second street. sands testify to cures. Books and In this city, on Thursday, August 11, trial bottles free at J. W. Gayle's. 5 1892, the Infant child of Mr. Junl Nichols. To Try Him To-daold-fashion- ed side-tracke- Elegant Reception. Married. Mr. Robert A. Hicks, of Louisvillo, and Miss Annie F. Firestone, of this city, were married at the residence of tho bride's parents, in this city, on Thursday evening at 0:30 o'clock, Rev. H. O. Henderson officiating. d O. & O. They left on the train tho same evening for their future home in Louisville. west-boun- m ' To the State League. On August 16th and 16th the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip tickets to Lexington, Ky., good to return until d and on August 19th, at one and fare. Account of meeting of State League Republican Clubs. W. W. Alexander, Agent. one-thir- m King's Royal Germeteur. y Bm'V :r.:... F I d the medicine of the century, Its phenominal success aB 'ViUiftinnniiujr" a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wonder of the medicine world. Based upon tho Drs. Walter and Stockdale, Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, comSouthern The world renowned specialists, of mending itself as a necessary house- Medlsil institute, Louisville, Ky., the be at will , hold remedy. It advertises best by Frankfort. its use. Specific for all Catarrhal Capital Hotel, Aug. 26, 1892, diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without, doubt the Returning every four weeks during the year. Drs. Walter and Stockdae hove had years ot most reliable germ destroyer in experience In the country, and to the extent that the are graduates the largest hospitals In Colleges and of of the theory is correct, King's Royal have for h numberseveral madebest of jenra a specialty of all germ is the remedy. It is no chronic and surgical diseases. They undertake no Incurable diseases but hava cured hundreds accident but is the result of fifteen given up to die. They treat successfully and years study of medical genius. For do not take the case unless a cure can bo ex-istan- ce, . a '2$ " TJ wyv vi ' ' -- ,v ' v sale by Chapman & Williams. 19 guaranteed. upffid 1 ."in v JRink Acute and Chronic Catarrh, ringing in the ears. Deafness, Diseases of the Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and DIaudor Troubles, I! right's Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation Klieuniatisni Paralysis. A. II. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostate Gland trouble: wa given up to die by all general practl-tloner- b I consulted, and I myself gave up all hope, made my will und so urranged my business, wus obliged to use Catti.it her every halt hour. And now entirely well, cured by Drs. Walter and Stockdale. O. H. Thomas Frankfort, Ky Catarrh of ten., years standing; am now completely cured by Drs, Wulter und btockdale. EPILEPSY OR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, us Syphilis,' Scrolula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured hy Improved und never falling remedies. DISEASES OF WOMfcN, such as Leucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pulus In bock, relieved In short time. YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED MEN sulferlng from Spermatorrhea, I iu potency, Eruptions, the result of errors or excesses, should call before It 1 too late, and guarantee a cure Superfluous hair and ull eruptions on the face permanently re- tf i g OKTJS JEMSTJOY y. tK n The examining trial of Squire D. F. Bailey upon the charge of shootCountry. Saved ing his wife with intent to kill, severand al weeks ago, is set for Tho nice shower of rain wo had will take place provided his wife is Thursday saved many of tho crops in well enough to appear as a witness this section, as tho corn and tobacco at tho trial. all over the county were needing it Tjadly, and many of tho gardens in Georgetown. Outing 4he city wore drying up. I offer for sale my There will bo an Outing given at Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. For Sale property on Third, between Maint. Georgetown on Wednesday, August South Frank-ibrand Logan streets, in to 24th, for tho benefit of the now Oath-oliApply for terms Church in that place. A special Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria" E. A. Fellmer. .$260. the to-da- y at Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the roost popular remedy known. Syrup of Figa is for ealo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will proThe Garfield Club. cure it promptly for any ono who Tho regular meeting of the Gar- wishes to try it. Do not accept any field League Club will bo hold at substitute. headquarters this evening at eight CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. o'clock. Please remember and at8AN FRANCI8C0, CAL, tend. All Republicans visiting our NEW YORK, N.Y. LOUISVIUr. Kt. Come city are especially invltod. one and all Geo. W. Reook. President. W. W. H. VanWinkle, Secretary. Remember the date and come nirly, as their rooms are always crowded wherever they atop. Examination and consultation free, private and confidential. They can refer you to hundreds of cases In your own State and every State In the Union, , which he has cured, among them the following; Mrs. Rev. J. L. Stokes, imrwln, md.. Suppressr, ed and p.ilnful menstratlons, Mrs. Henry Camden. Ii d., Female Trouble. Mrs. R. W, UusGIn-ricCrockett, Delphi, niu.,catiirm. Mrs. uwasco, Ind., Lung Trouble. Mrs. Martha Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast removed wl'liout knife or caustic. MlssUettle Block, Mlchlgantowu, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. Mrs. Rosa McCarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Cooksou, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eye Btrnlghtened. Mrs. Sarah Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Cutarrh und Asthma of long standing. Mrs M. Clark, Mooresvllle, Ind., Cuncer, cured without knife or caustic. Miss Surah Dougherty, Rockneld, Ind., Epllepsey. Mrs. Lancaster, Vlvulla. Jnd., Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvulla, Ind., KidGrl-deh, moved J. CHINN, JR, Ind., Catarrh. Doctors said would die with conas ever. Wm. A. Gard, sumption. Is as well y Burlington, Ind., Kidney trouble for four years. two years ago have not Dr. Walter cured ie been ttoubled since. Elijah Toler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not see after business us ever. James Wyatt, Delphi, am as well Ind., Could not heur and had i constant dischare ears. Dr. Walter cured me entirely. from inr Geo. Mlllor, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh, J. C. Canine, Wnverland. Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. Vf. P. Seller, Greencastie, Cancer ot Eye. Mrs. MaryJonoa, Edlnburg, Brlghts Disease. These names aro given by permission and they request thnt all sufferers should wrlto them In regard to their case. They also have many testimonials from patients having been cured ot private diseases but do not publish them even by permission but wll I furnish thorn upon application. Address y ney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Uiivcrsuw, Martinsville. -- Drs. Walter and Stockdale, Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House. Jan. ' 30-l-r. Of- No. 620 Fifth street. o ' ' 49-t- f. Louisville, Ky. . w .'' .ki&m$mM WMi ', m Jlx. I? VT.' -- W', ' , , ;.. ,:M iCS-- . fe.. t- ANEW TOCK - m,- e IJfe fi''i", HockforbWatches . V WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, Souvenir Spoons, Etc., etc 233 ST CLuIB STZSEJEIT', H m '?$ . m i'.:v5s f'W VvI ArcuncquallcdinJEXAqXTNQ SERVICE. used by tho Chief Mechanician of tho: V. 8. Const, anrvov te8j36S &&. V51SJ!f5((3JriS'by tho Admiral & dyC J commandlnirintho mtJjm i IxJn ! yr tn-r- . 41 A lyt A .W i . -- r ufc... si my'- E?ftVTA u- " '' - ? V J'- - a 1 3fe' Itlmo and durability arc re ou by principal quisites., towns m tho cities and nxclimlvo Acronta UUng jewelen,) who eivo a 1'ull Warranty way tiSSiiHHfiinana inmon. Thoyaro racnirnlzAd ail Yvllldl nil clORO ' by IiocomoilTo uon TiiBk jsncinoorm Kail-- i tluctora and U.S. Naval Ohserv ntory, ror Astro nomlcalwork. and HLtttM ': COM-IMNV- N '' V IM if' ML A. ment Selbert, Advertised betters at Ivy. The Jeweler, PRESERVE YOUR EYES, Frankfort, Ky. . :'m1 Dr. Hale's Household OintIs the finest remody in the .world. It absolutely cures catarrh. lb cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Ourea Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corn? and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenter's South Side drug store. 5-- ly Frankfort, Below will be found n list of advertised letters for the week ending August 13th, 1892: 'V ' & I i.- - , m I) ! m AV ft. Rollins, Miss Alice Scott, Austin Taylor, Mrs. E. T. Matilda Craig, Miss Maggy Shelly, Thos. Crockett, Mrs. w. Stevens, Wm. H. W. Slayden, W. D. Dollon, Marrdy Thomas, Joe Weaver, Ben C Lize Pea Ridge. Edwards, Miss Wooldridge. J. H. Wilhoits, Miss .Name Lizza Fogg, Miss Susie The many-friendof Mr. John will be grieved to hear that he Goldsmith, Ohas. Woldridge, Johnie is very ill at his home near Bridgt- - Herod, Mrs. T. J. Wash, Mrs. J. R. Ton TT t Yager, Miss. Mam- port. mie Lindbiurg, JbranK , Mrs. Celia Spalding, of Benson When colling for these letters my ad visiting Mis3 Ann has been Cole, Mrs. Ellen Campbell, Miss s An-gr'ave Beatty, Mrs. Maria Maratta. J. S. Butler, N. L. , Porter, Bob Bottkins, Mrs. Patison, Miss MineyB. Uhico Banholtz, Lieut. H. Miller, Miss Effle Ay Scien- R ROGERS Our Store far a New Ask at & SON, W 5f m Rnnii WGuuea5jruiinaSrightt cr-- r- Pl.QfiCI 7" I AT... 77 k . . We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about" good carpet sweepers about BISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. 4 v"l of tific .JUKI Practical Optician, Elm street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 159 (nativd'of Austria), is in the city. Prof. Louis Landman, Brief Way That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. . Val-.ley- Tracy. vertised. ; I i,i! u Miss Oynthlana Tracy is visiting Postmaster. Mrs. Tom Tracy, in Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Seamore, of Louis- Deafness Can't be Cured ville, came up to visit their uncle, Mr. John An'grave, last week. By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. The Old Original Remedy There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional Leads. remedies. Deafness is caused by an Sick people chould not be deceived inflamed condition of the mucous s ' lining of the Eustachian Tube. When ass .by pretenders who talk about "germs," "baccilli," &c, to the tube gets inflamed you have a sell their preparations, thus prevent- rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, ing people from buying the ori ginal and when it is entirely closed deaftested medicine. "Radam's Microbe ness is the result and unless the inKiller" is what you need. It is now, flammation can be taken out and this (ft and for years has been, making tube restored to its normal condition, ii more cures than all other remedies hearing will be destroyed forever; combined. Read their advertisement nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inin this paper. Don't be deceived. . flamed condition of the mucous surface. Forks of Elkliorn. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by A delightful rainfall Thursday catarrn) that we cannot cure by cooled the atmosphere and was a joy taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for the farmer, as the crops were all circulars, freo. suffering from the extreme heat and F. J. OHEENEY & CO., Toledo, O. tow drouth. BSTSold by druggists, 76 cents. The ice cream supper by the ladies on L. & N. OfrBuek Run Baptist Church was Excursion Rates postponed on account of the illness On account of reunion at Hodgens-ville- , of Borne of their members. August 12th to 14th, the L. & N. .Born To the wife of Mr. Mac. R. R. Co. will sell round trip tickets Allen, on August 5th, a girl. to Elizabethtown on August 12th and Miss Mattie Greenup is visiting for morning trains for August 13th, to return until and on AuguRt friends on Cedar this week. 5th, at one fare for round trip. Mr. Lee Triplett got his foot badly On account Cavanaugh Camp Meetmashed last week. ing, at Beards, Ky., from August 11th. Mr. Macklin got . his nose badly to 22d, the L. & N. Railroad will sell Beards, Ky., trip hurt last week by a young colt ho round Augusttickets toto21st, inclusive, 10th from and' his son were trying to manage. good to return until and on August Mr. Calvin Greenup is on the sick 22d, at $2.00. list this week. W. V. Alexander, Agent. Churoh at this place The Christian is undergoing some needed repairs. To Pleasurevllle. ' Miss Anna Bell Oohorn visited friends here last week. On account picnio at Pleasurevllle, Mr. Greenup has a fine cow for tho August 13th, the L. & N. Railroad will sell round trip tickets to above butcher; she is a beauty. Sarah Jane. point, good for that date only, at 86 cents. W. W. Alexander, During the epidemio of flux in this Agent. county, in 1888, 1 had hard work to m Colic, keep a supply of Chamberlain's Asa general liniment for sprains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on and bruises or for rheumatism, lame hand. People often came ten or back, deep seated or muscular pains, twelve miles in the night to get a Chamberlain's Pain Balm is unbottle of the remedy. I have been rivaled. For sale by J. W. Gayle, ' telling patent medioines for the past Druggist. . ten years and find that it has given in cases of Stray Cow The person who lost bettor satisfaction ' diarrhoea and flux than any other a dry Alderny cow, with one horn medioine I have ever handled J. H. shorter than the other and ring and rt- Benham, Druggist, Goloonda, Pope hole in tho right ear. oan hear of her Co., 111. Over five hundred bottles of whereabouts by calling and paying i this remedy were sold in that county for this notice. Tho party has had during the epidemio referred to. It her for two wepks and wants the was a perfect success and was tho ownr eto come and tnko nor away. m sbnly remedy that did cure the worBt If you want sulphur water, freBh mso8. Dozens ot persons tnere win your lives. In it saved I.. certify thatcomplaintstheirremedy has from the Murray well, loft at leave residence every morning, this four other 25 and 50 orders at W. H. Avorill's drug store, been equally successful. cent bottles for sale by J. W. Jayle, the U. S. Express office or H. R. Williams' grocery. Druggist. "Mi-crobi- ," . J. M. SAFFELIi, profession and to his honesty. His name is indorsed by Drs. Sheck-forBrowning, Strode, Owens, Phillips and Smoot, of Maysville, Ky., Drs. VV. and Joe Phythian, Eads and Bowen, of Paris, Ky., Drs. Drake, Simrall and Duerson, Mt. Sterling., Drs. Foster, Fiazee, Taylor, Heath and Holton, of Richmond, Ky., and many others. Messrs. Joseph H. Dodson, J. T. Frazee, D. Q Frazee, II. C. Capital Proposed Barkley, M. C. Hutchins (lawyer), Surplus Proposed of Maysville, Ky., Mayor W. P. Office, 303 and 304 "The Commerce." Chambers, of Paris, Ky., Gov. Georgetown, Jas. E. Cantrill, of Ky., and others who have given his work a trial have found him O. d, The Professor comes highly recomended by a great number of noted physicuns and prominent citizens of Kentucky aud Ohio, as to his superior qualification in his Remember Freo to those who ask for it. the place, St. Glair St., opp Court House. '.iS &em " , W! '. A COLOMBIAN FIRE INS. CO. em I OF .A-IMIiEJK- Za-. A 500,000 50000 v i.S K. ttd His references in Frankfort are to Drs. Hume, Williams, Thompson and James, and to John W. Gen. Fayette Hewitt, Rodman, Esq., with whom he John Stites, His of- Paul Jones, has become acquainted. Hon. W. O. Bradley, fice is at the iisr;ao:Es:Fo: -ATo:Ees. C. B. Sullivan, A. L. Schmidtt, B. H, Hurt, Judge Chas. S. Grubb, M. L. Downs, Henry Mayers, A. W. Hart, Carey Peter. One-ha- lf 1h KENYON HOTEL will examine your eyes and when contributed by the shareholders to create a surplus fund of $50,000, The company glasses are really needed, will ad- will issue a participating policy to its Slock subscription books FIRE just them to same at a very rea- INSURANCE COMPANY are now open at the office of the COLUMBIAN LouisOF AMERICA, 303 and 304 The Commerce, sonable price. Examination and ville. test of vision free. HARRY R. BUSH will represent the COLUMBIAN FIRE and solicit subscrippolicy-holders. Call and see him or send him word of the above capital and surplus has been subscribed for. The people of Kentucky subscribe the remaining 2,500 solicited dollars and he will call at your residence, are each sharetowill be paidfor only, and in addition shares of $100 each. Forty will be in thereto $to upon each share of Will transact a general insurance business throughout the United States. A Horrible Railroad Accident tions to the capital stock. Aug. 6 4t. He will be in the city at an early date. UNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA Is daily ohronic in our papers; also DR. I. CHARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. some dear friend, who the death of has died with Consumption, whereas, Next session begins lGth Sept. Courses In Art, Engineering, if ho or she had taken Otto's Cure ment apply to Law, Medicines. For announceOF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the for Throat and Lung disease in time, WM. M. TUORNTON, LL., D., Chairman. life would have been rendered happier and perhaps saved. Heed tne IN LEXINGTON. KY.. warning! If you have a cough or any affection of the Throat or Lungs Saturday, Aug. 20th, 1802. call at Chapman & Williams' und get HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical FRANKLIN COPRT OF COMMON PLEAS. Large size 50c. a trial bottle free. operation an d nlth.llttle or no pain. Belle Bancroft's Alm'r,&c, Pin's., 45 vs. In Equity. REEERENCES . : J Maud Biunxwohtu, 4c, Delts. Bargains. W. McKee Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. against the estate of All persons having claims J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Bnlle Bancroft, deceased, ure hereby notified to E. M. Gober, Frankfort, MastinBros. have some splendid produce them before me, proven a required by Dr. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. Ky. J. W, KELLEY, NOTICE. FROEZTCZ: SCTEX,, .tf! J ") second-han- d 42-t- f. Buggies that they offer cheap. Surreys, Pheatons and two-itor- law, on or before the Aug. 6-- '22A day ot August. IH)Z WM. CROMWELL. Com'r F. C. C. P. 48-4- t. x v TToiisk for Rent Tho frame house lately occupied by F. M. aconeld, on uampoeu, Detween main For terras apply to and Logan. William Oraik. MANHOOD RESTORED. Darby's Prophylactic sick-roo- Will Use itin every keep the atmosphere pure and Before A. After Uso. CcneratlTO Organs In Photographed from life. .III.b nHHHHNsHMMMHBi CUUCr saw otntil " wholesome;removing all bad odors yoummi inaiecreuone.or uio toijj or stimulants, which ultimately aaeorioDAcco.op from any source. lf&dto Iiiflrmttr. Consumption and Insanity. Put up In ranviiliii fnrm earrr in the vest pocket. Price Will destroy all Disease Germs, (l a packnee. or forto 4. Willi every f5 order wo give a " infection from all Fevers and all tvrmen uuoranioe to any address. Address, free 8t by mall to ouio ui Circular plain envelope. Mention this paper. contagious diseases. S. A. CIIEMIOM. CO.. Branch Office for SU Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. The eminent physician, J. Marim FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KY., BY We have some first class second on Sims, of New York, says: "I Fob Sale A New Prooess gasoline stove, whioh has been used but hand buggies and phaetons for sale. am convinced that Prof. Darby's P ft. CARPENTER, DrUflfllSt. little and nearly as good as new, is Call and see them If you want a bar- ProphylacticFluid is a most valu South Side. Mabtin Bros. offered for sale at a bargain, Apply gain. August 21 able disinfectant, " at this office. BCA. Rev. L. P. Uulett, Benson. Ky. A. II. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. V. J. Utighes. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Withrow, Frunkfott, Ky. "8ANATIVO." am DR. KELLEY'S at 269 WonderfulsoldBptnlih West Eighth street,office and residence Is he may Cincinnati, and where Ittioedy, U villi a be found every day of each week except SATURWritten Guarantee to cur alt Neivoui DAYS! Pamphlets describing these diseases melt m Weak and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one Memory, Losa of Crnla by addressing w. I. KELLEY, M. D Power, Iloftdacha, Wakefulness, LottHan-hood- , 1250 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. LasNervoumtst, CONSULTATION FREE. situde, all drain and Ion of power of tne Dli-eas- V. Berbertch, Frankfort, Ky. Ml 'M ,. IlW ANNOUNCEMENTS. ii' 48-4- t. 23-t- f. MADRID XT. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce Judge IRA JULIAN nan candidate for Circuit Judge in the judicial district composed of Bourbon. Franklin, ocott and Woodford counties, subject to the action of the Democratic party. IFOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce Hon. C. A. BOARD, ot ticott county, as u candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney in this Judicial District, composed ot Bourbon, Franklin, Scott and Woodford counties, subject to the action of 13-l- 41-t- f. 30-t- f. the Democratic party. i$.. M ra id s.SfX' ,. Pifcu KJHHM hgi fTWprxyp ' , i If."' tv- V f- - Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. GriFET-II I I H M Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and 9 Jefferson, Louisville. I Summer Offerings. A backward reason retarded the demand for MEN'S and BOYS' SUITS during the month of May, consequently we find we have more of these suits than we can nfford to carry, and,. in order to close them out, we place upon our counters, commencing JTLY 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 CJothing can not afford to miss this great sale, which continues the entire month of July, or until every suit is sold. aLOTxaixiisrch. 250 pairs men's blue camlet pants, only 50c. 300 pairs men's jeans pants, only 60c, worth $1. 200 pairs children's knee pants, only 25c, Boys' and children's suits, j$i.oo, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 4.00, '4.50, 5.00, worth almost double the money. Men's suits, $3.00, 4.00, 5.00, 7.50, 10.00, , double the money. THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY. Must be sold this month. 12. 50, " 15.00, worth almost .$ Children's waists, 25c, worth 40c. Men's working shirts, 20c, worth 35c. So', national colors, 50c. per dozen. A splendid double and twist sock, 50c. a box of one-hal- f dozen. ' Suspenders. 15c, sold everywhere lor 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 undersirtits, 25c, worth 40c. We have a great line of featherweight neglige shirts, 50c, 75c, $1.00, 1.25. I.50, up to 2.00. Great values. Boston garters, 15c, worth 25c. , 4-p- ly 10,000 Straw and Felt Hats in this sale. T CBUTCHER FRANKFORTS & -- STA IKSi -- - AND- LOUISVILLE. Great Slaughter in Shoes. m-- i &S8gSEEZS223aZS!SSEBZiaS Council Proceedings. The regular meeting of the City Council was held on Tuesday evening. Those present were: Chairman Sta-teCouncilmen Collins, Mastin, Church, Darnell, Richardson and Shaw. Absent Councilmen Half and Gaines. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. A communication from the Mayor n, I u R I)A1I,V. mittee appointed to ascertain whethAshlaiKl. . " 1210am 1007pm 8 40am 50,1111 House propCattlettsburj,' " liilifi Din lUSBom er or not the old Market ' Uuntiiuton " 1250i)in 1047pm SOam erty could bo bought, roportod that " u Sap, ill i tuprn Wushliutoii Mr. Jennings, who owned a portion 60)in L'ullitdeiDtilu " 11017am Arr. liOninl 83)iiii of the property, was willing to tear New Vol down the old rickorty house and daily, WEST BOUND. build a substantial one, if Mr. Tobin, sister. who owned the adjoining property, Miss Clem Morrison is quite sick lluntlncton Lve. OiMaui l aspin G 46im would do the same thing. The com- this week. U pill Cattlettstiuru " 0 25 mi li4nm further time, and mittee was given Aiblond. . " GS7am 205pm vajin . . . HELPFUL THOUGHTS. ex sun. the city physician and Dr. James MtSterllngLve. 10 27am 608pm 120pm 026am wore added to it to look at the placo your spirits by 1 oopmi Keep Winchester ." and determine whether or not it was thoughts. up Enjoy the pleasant good LexliiKton . Arr. 11 16am 0 46pm 2 46pm 716am I205im (i20pm com960pm 740pmU60am a nuisance. Louisville Ate. I friends, but in all The following ordinance oltoroa pany of your beBttemperate. Learn LIMITED VEiTIDULKD TilAlNS run Uully In was adopted: employments be connujtloit witn CiajapaaKe & Ohio F. F. v.", by Councilman Darnoll the art to bo Be it ordained by the Board of Coun- others, of being preferred before all to New York. happy when alone FAST MAIL niAMri runs nam .uiu cilmen of the City of Frankfort: which consists encouragement Sec. 1. That Section 2 of the ordi- of good hopes in the In having con- make local stops between Lexington ami Huntington. and nance granting the Capital Railway stantly beforo you some object of at- HUVTINOTON:& MOREHEAD .accommoda franchise and privilege tainment. In your conversation Company the tlons run dally. of constructing and operating a the world bo ever careful; for with LEXINGTON iScMJUKtlEADA; LriXlNtfl'iM the MT. srUBUNG uocommodatlons run dally street railway in the city of Frankof fort, bo, and the same 1b hereby, sake of peace, speak illwith no ono, your known civility, TIIUJLIUU. amended by striking out the words treatto shut your enemy againat evil ashlngton d , r"i if ua.vj iu a.tu UUIU ears and New York without change. "flat rail" in the second line of said and reports of all kinds. u w. Uahnky, OL. Brown, second section, and inserting in liou (J. A.. Lexington. Ky. ; Gen. Pass, Agent, thereof 'Tee Rail." foTPitchcr's Castoria. W.S. Haiiiiibon. And that section. 4 of Baid ordi- - Children Cry G.A., Ashland. Ky. i G V Li iC .H meeting. Mr. Darnell Btated that the com- asking that the assessment of the Farmers Bank property bo placed School commences tiro first Monat what it was last year, 10,000 instead of 15,000 as assessed this year. day. The petition was referred to the Prayer meeting last night at the finance committee to report at next condition. Councilman Collins reported the probable cost for making such repairs, and the water committee was instructed to have the work done immediately and a3 cheaply as possible. A petition from citizens on Ewing street, asking that said street be repaired, was referred to the street committee with power to act. A petition from B. T. Harvie, colored, to build a frame house on the South Side, was granted. A petition was received from V. A. Gaines & Co., asking permission to brick building on build a three-storBuffalo alley, which was granted, The clerk was directed to draw his warrant to pay a judgment in favor of Robert Frazier against the city, for services as street commissioner. A petition of Col. Thos. Rodman, y vetoing the Kirtley appropriation, was read and referred to the finance committee, with the order to report only. at the next meeting. Sec. 2 This ordinance to take effect A communication from the Mayor in relation to the city pumps was from and after its passage. nriiAiiiiin1 U11U11 'Pirn UUUilUll LUWIl (iVI UlllUUU unfil xnnoiimrl rnniiDRMnit' i.hft COUHCll to proper j the next regnlar meeting. have them repaired and put in nance be amended by striking out every thing after the word "Council" in the eighth line, and before the word "if" in the tenth lino thereof, and inserting in lieu thereof the following t: "Provided that the ilrst mile and a half of said road built may be operated by animal, cable, electric, gas, compressed air. or any other power best suited to the purpose of said road, except steam power, but whenever more than one mile and a half of said road has been built and put in operation, then, and from that time on, said entire road is to be operated by electric power to-wi- (jfiAchBiJIIiTlTBl 'g' fl&fcw vHRsv e 1 'ambition iu?cet vwlto today. I promlio you my ipeclal. nerional IIiv you written mt yet? If jou iiaieutf wisdom and Intelligent WM. CROSVIWELI ATTORNEYAT-LAHID V' TABLER'S BUCKET J& jSOf wa trloutlr, 1 can read and write, nd whu after Inttructl nlll work Indus attention. I un. lertake to brUfli tMch any fairly ntelllpcnt 1 firm jf either lex, who RJBAE, TILL BSTATM A.GBN7 ipelI fTOjliLv-iSwyne Strength and Hcaltli. "LaGrippe" has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts .directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding tnose organs to penorm tneir mnc-tionIf you are afflicted with Sick Jloadacho, you will find speedy and iternamont relief by taking Electric uitters. Ono trial will convince you tfiut this is the remedy you need. s. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If ismmzzzsy &2jwftKs; Wcm$m3m lfi &o&ft rsTWM&MhT9l' , rear In theli owe '"fJocalltle, wjiera- l HIT IITS, f will alio furuU the situation c emploimtnt, r which yen can eirn tint amount I charga nothing ind receive noth inj? unlaia sue- cmrui, at aDore. Nothinir difficult. ,to learn, or that I VIHII VI IIIUWU time, I desire hut ona perron firm 'county. J hatval- IWUT tani'Iluee Doll how tc JIdu-an- d u c IN THE 0 rt Franklin and the mltnlnini. COUHTS ..... vmnHi. will also clve attention to the piiKbuft and B.il ol real wtot. collection of nts cllm uiiu vu jeguimunn or luani lnnSM PRACTICE FriLt S I). CO., ST 10U18, Dll C m V r 0IHT Iff CSV A SURE cubesnothihbbotph.es.'" and CERTAIN CURE 10 years as the BEST REMEDY FOR rrtpired bj HICIIAUI)gQ..TAYI01t:t PILES. Known tor Muoro's Poultry . Remedy. TS Till'. OLDEST I'OUTHY REMEDY ON T11E 1 market. Postlvely proents ami euros CHOLERA AND GAPES Kentucky iHidiand Snonest and quickest between C1HGIHNATI AND prolded wilhein nmnlir M tMUIallt IIIM mklnfforer Jlirfe Inou.au DolIar lear, mci AllUurw, olid,ure. Full iinnlrtiliiri fi ev. AfUouu nio all, If ou v.hub tv Kn iid miiiiT, niimaii n .. . .. mi ft lin ir More tbe'n iays for Its use In flio extra' produc tlou ot FRANKFORT, 1 .t i'j. j i;. iiLi.aw:.A, Decfi-ly- . x y. iiq nann ufiuite lso, aiiuivm, LUUUkdl) ."UkIiic. SE 4&T CJet n $ trial box. $ Unlv direct line between FOR SALE. A fMALL S0UR-3USDISTIhLntY, il-- in operation, for sale Clii'.ii. Only A r o oiirgHin. Appir 10 Frankfort, (.aorgetov:. lisle, :3-$- and Paris, Car NOW $4,000, foe CHAPMN s-Ij- r Haysville, Gynthiana, Fil- mouth and Covington. bottles only 50c. at Carpenter's Drug Store. Large Phil. ti Jun.23-tf- . & M. T.MITCHKLL. Frnnkfort Ky. Valley Co, & WILLIAMS, DRMTS- GOODS ASK FOlt TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND.' Newport News M'ssiEsippi PRESCRIPTION TRAINS RUN BY GENTHAL STANDARD TIME. Fairview. Weather fine. Crop prospect bettor than usual. Washiucton, Philadelphia, Now York, Baltimore, Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re TIME TABLE JUNE 20, lb'J2. Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET AND SUNDRIES. I i' No. m 1. r l'ltAlNSEASl'. in Frankfort, Summit Elklioni Lv.bwltzer Lv.stnmrilng Ground Lv. Lv. p m M No. a. No. 7. 3 30 EAST BOUND AND ALL EASTERN Cri'IES. IN JiKKJtUr NOv ftilUr.lt K) Fas t i Inntcd ,L'llll. Mall Dally. Express Finest April Dally SODA WATER t Lv. lYfinlcfort . . .A. . O.OO jj.iii Dally ct.oti l 11 aae usual hour. Miss Daisy Hamilton, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting relatives here. Mr. Richard Shay, of Lexington, who was making a visit in this section, was summoned home laBt Saturday to attend the funeral of his Winchester " Mt.tJteilliiK Lexington . Lvo. 7JOUM1 UIX)illl " Biuin 61um Exbun.lKxhiiii tl Willi f).il'lJili ryiipiii lyiiim 1 Ojpm iaopm V rak a s v. -- I - f.v rilmit.oth Ar P.irl5 '. Lv. Duvall Lv. Johnson Lv. dVorintnuri Lv. CVS. Depot I v. owtown Lv Ceiitrevllle . 0 18 6.Hi C 3'J . . II . . o. I 0 41 0 D2 0 6G 7.W 7.18 7.23 7.37 A M I 8.41 3.48 4 02 4 00 4.14 4 21 4.JU 4.47 4.6G l.od 1.10, x,u Via 2.oo m r, ! 2.35 3.10 8.35 3.45 4.05 M I 1.25 - 3 3.0 4 M , 5.01 5.15 M I V I I jfQH&TL r BadVV VIIH j r iB 'lllLlilll UiSTl lBm.Hr1 Kf a "J w MffiS&itmz&L. rM M IM H m lMHIk. TW M MtM m W . Mm 1 1 1 I m. W 1 PI ! TtY 1 1, mC I 1 IrJo. L No. 4 INo. o iNo.iii U H.UU fibu 1.3a 8.12 am 6.01 . Ar. Oontervllle 8.1G 6.01 6.10 Ar. Newtown 8.24 0 14 5.25 Ar. u S. Depot 6,T2 8.30 Ar. Georgetown . a41 0.37 6.62 6,45 Ar. Johnson 8.49 0.45 7.05 Ar. Duvall 8.54 0.51 7.15 G 68 Ar. Stomping Ground. 0.01 7.36 Ar. Swltzer 9.18 7.10 7.65 Ar. Elkhorn 9.19 7.16 8.10 Ar. Summit 9.26 7.22 8.20 Ar. Frankfort . . , A . 9.33 7.30 8.80 TltAlNS WEST. Lv. Paris Ar. Elizabeth 1 .!.... ,B. C '4 1 iZttl&Jii&nitrA s. Vw CKV SSb' 300S1 A nitTinpta wlHi T. Ar M B connect with Q. & 0. and L. S. O cormecta with K. 0. Effective July 24th, Humlay trains lenvo fort. R.1R fl til It nil M.Qfl n i npln .. Frank town 9:10 n. m. and 22 p. m.j Purls 9.50 a. in. mm u.u jr. in, Le ive Paris 10 :10 a. ra. and 550 p. ni arrive at Georgetown 10:55 a. m. and 0:05 p. m.j Frankfort 11.50 a. m. and 7,00 p. in. TIlA IfntituMrv MMIn.l rnl1...nn -- ...I -- . " .....uv.w .iM.uint tlons form the shortest and iMiiinu; uiiu tuillieccheapest route to all nnllltH nnrfli smith ntiil wnat Pnpfil.thaii (nfn.mnHnn t.nnlM AnAt.... 1VIVn'';w""""mMU,, UVI7 n "aT.Ti iunK"H, a- ,M GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. 8 ' rm .' rf&.ikLM.k JfitlMiJMr3Ti '. i. i .I 4fe ' ,'.' uMi. ,'i 4