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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892082001 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. 'tH " ' M t 0 t ffrwn v i W): The Frankfort EOMDlBOra EO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. VJ vS A "WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. w TERMS: $1.00 In Advanoo . Volume XV. ' FRANKFORT, KY., AGT1UST ?fl, 1891 Number 50 Bcuson Valley. Tho boys aro all jubilant over the little rain which fell last week, thinking they will have more money, when .the tobacco crops are sold, with which Free from all impurity M Royal Baking Powder Is the only baking powder yet found by chemical analysis to be free from all impurities and absolutely pure. This perfect purity results from the exclusive use of cream of tartar specially refined and prepared by patent processes which totally remove all the tartrate of lime. The cost of this chemically pure cream of tartar is much greater than any other, and it is used in no baking powder except the "Royal." Dr. Edward G. Love, formerly analytical chemist for the U. S. Government, who made the analyses for the New York State Board of Health in their investigation of baking powders, says of the purity and wholesomeness of the " Royal " : WMOmFRM S, E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, to go to Jeff. A' ' . . v,x b -- .. tv r f ss last. There was a very interesting game of base ball played at the home grountis of the Benson Valley boys last Saturday between the Benson Valleys and the South Frankfort boys, the score standing 7 to 11 in favor of the Benson Valleys. Boys, you need not come out here with the intention of beating the Benson Valleys, for they can not bo beaten. When tho pitcher and catcher get up there and tho catcher says "throw close to him, but don't hit him; if you do he will never see his first base," and the pitcher draws back his arm, whiz goes the ball, the batter jumps out of mo way, tne umpire says BiriKe. one, two, three, and out, you won't be in it. That's the way they do the boys. They have played eight games and lost only one, and that through a misDaisy. take. Miss Mattio Conway has returned .from a week's visit to her aunt in Frankfort. Her aunt and cousin returned home with her. Miss Annio Ohoate, of Bellepoint, visited Miss Anna Sheets last week. Miss Annio Bradley is visiting friends in Louisville this week. Sydney is looking very Bad. Miss Prudio Hulett visited Misses .Ella and Sarah Sudduth last Sunday. Mr. Mike Ryan and family visited his sister Sunday last. Mr. J. Robinson visited Benson Sunday last. Miss Lillie Conway will mako a ahort visit to Henry county this week. The many friends of Mr. Sam Hulett will be glad to learn that he has so far recovered as to be nble to return home. has The foreman on the Short-lin- o been sent to fill tho position of section boss, the present incumbent being very ill. Mrs. Syl. Sudduth, who has been very ill for some time, is reported to 1)0 some better at this writing. Misses Annie Moore and Mint Taughn visited their aunt Sunday Ky. 's OTJE GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE CON- TINUED. . :is .. i?i .".Vi "' ' We must reduce our immense stock of FM ' " I find the Royal Baking Powder composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It is a cream of tartar Garpeta, Ruga, Mattings, LinnleumB, Lace Curtains, v ,'V' J! powder, and does not contain either alum or phosphates, or other injurious substance. (Late U.S. Gov't Chemist) "E. G. LOVE, Ph. D." FnrtiErs and Wallpapers', And will continue our GREAT BARGAIN SALE fifteen days longer. Prof. Love's tests, and the rece?it official tests by the United States and Canadian Governments, show the Royal Baking Powder to be superior to all others in strength and leavening power. shall be as nearly as practicable 300 and not to exceed 350 voters. Under such requirements any reasonable man can readily discover the difficulty, and in fact the utter impossibility, of making an arrangement of tho matter wholly satisfactory to everyono, and I am aware of the fact that considerable complaint has been made. In response to criticisms, I can do no more than suggest that the law is imperative. In compliance with the law, as I understand it, I have under taken to discharge the duty imposed upon me, consulting as much as practicable, under tho law governing, the interest and convenience of tho '?.1 tl - S3 If in need of any thing in the above mentioned lines, it will pay you to come and .see us. Advertised Letters at First come, first served. C- - F. Frankfort, Ky. Brower & Co.'s old stand. ft Below will be found a list of advortised letters for the week ending August 20th, 1892: j n Allen, E.E. Allen, Eobt. Boering, George Bishop, fl. O. Bates, Enjenn Babbit, Mrs. Mat, Cooper, John T. Cosby, Gen. George B. Cowan, Henry H. Cunningham, Mrs (2) J STr, ; ." voters. The new Constitution, makes elecOf Adams, N. Y., makes the following tions much less frequent, and I trust sworn statement: Kenyon & Thomas: that upon a trial under the present This is to certify what I know your arrangement citizens who are now wonderful medicine, Dr. Hale's inclined to complain may bo reconHousehold Ointment, will do in cases ciled or at least be fair enough to of pneumonia. Last winter my place tho responsibility for their inmother, who is 76 years of age, was convenience with the law makers sick unto doath witfi pneumonia. where it properly belongs. Both lungs were badly involved. The In order that there may b,o a attending physician said she must free expression and ascertainment of die. As a last resort we commenced tho choice ofthepeopleinthe various using your Dr. Hale's Household precincts as to tho locution of their Ointment, applying it freely and voting places. I should be pleased to thoroughly to the chest, keeping the make appointments, upon request, to lungs covered with hot flannels. She meet them in their precincts at such soon began to improve and in twelve times as may be agreed upon and hours the crisis was passed and she hear suggestions in regard to was out of danger and is alive and necessary changes. Respectfully, well Your great remedy sav-e- d B. G. Williams, her life. John S. Edwabds. County Judge. Sworn and subscribed before mo, Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 17, 1892. War. H. H. Taylor, Notary Public. For sale at Carpenter's South Side 2 Drug Store. Dr. Hale's Household Jolm S. Edwards, to-da- y. Conner, Miss Lucy Jane North, Joseph Coy, John Pittifot, Mrs. Mar- Cunningham, thie John W. Parrent, Miss Mattie Curtis, J. P. Rogers, W. A. Chism, J. Matt Sparks, Johnny Calwell, Mrs. Mary Scoot, JHaliuda Crockett, Mrs. W. Sneed, Normman W. Skaggs, Squair Tompson, J. H. Cherry, W. T. Turner, George Campbell, William H. Vnnmeter, Sike Wilcoxon, A. J. Ducker, Miss Abbie (2) Wickware, Miss Jossy Elerson, Mrs. Lucie Williams, Mrs. Fletcher, Thomas Martha Gach, Mrs. John Wilams, Marthr When onlling for these letters day advortised. Laura Grun, Mrs. Mary Hughes. Charlie Hodge, Gen. George B. Haner, J. W. Ingles, John Joins, W. F. Kent, W. S. King, Wolford King, Mrs. Merick Lynns, Miss Mack Wihalz, Friga McFarland, It. W. BROWER,SCOTT & FRA Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. k Qwm Higher and higher in public estim- uiaiiiuii, uu our gooa treatment 01 customers, and I hope to keep it it. Builders' Hardware, Garden Tools, Ice Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers and . U3 3l-- DESK! J g by-deservin- A Are the best and cheapest, and are only found at) oe9 ' v t Cough Cure J. M. SArasLi., Postmastor. M I Wnen Your L4ver purely vegatablo romedy prepared from rare medicinal plants, a perfor coughs, colds, hoarso-nes- Is torpid and sluggish, you cannot A rtniTTiirlaM n n UUU. nnfttlAil (I X1U Act to fect remedy CUU1U1UL1 1J1UU& till loss of voice, whooping cough, do business successfully. Everything ostaonsn JuaKisterai Districts,-' an bronchitis, the first stages of con- goes wrong. You don't feel well. proved July 20, 1892, it became my sumption, allays all soreness of tho Get your liver in good working order duty, as Judge of the Franklin Coun- lungs and chest, and gives perfect by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea, ty Court, on tho first Monday in satisfaction. It is tho greatest medi- the great blood purifier and nerve August, 1892, to appoint what is cine, of the ago to strengthen tho tonic. It has no equal as a health restyled in tho act "Justice District lung tissue. 25 and 50c. per bottle, at storer. For sale at Carpenter's 2 Commissioners." The commissioners Carpenter's South Side' Drug store. South Side Drug Store. appointed, as directed by said act, 2 were P. 0. Towles, M. L. Orutoher For Sale Fifteen aores of bottom and D. M. Woodson, who submitted land, situated about two miles west Republican Meetings. ' ofFrankfort, on L. &N. Railroad, ad-- t their report in duo form, dividing the county into live magisterial districts joining V. L. Collins. Will sell tho Lexington, Aug. 17th, 1892. whole or in lots at a bargain. i'or Said report and tho record thereof may bo found in the oflice of the The Republican voters of Franklin . particulars call on clerk of tho Franklin County Court. county aro requested to meet in tnoir J. A. Goins, Tho act under which they wore ap- respective votiner precincts at 2 Millvillo, Ky. pointed furthor provides that at the o'clook p. m. on Saturday, Septemnext county court after tho tiling of ber 3d, 1892, for tho purpose of their report, which in our county electing mombers of tho Republican will bo Monday, Sopt. 5, 1892, any County Committee; each voting citizen of the county aggrieved may precinct being entitled to not loss flle exceptions thereto and thereupon, than ono member of said committee. a?X3:E3 TZErWEHLiIEIR,, the county court shall llx a day for Tho election to bo by ballot or hearing and dispose of tho same as viva voce, as agreed upon by the Ro publicans of each voting precinct Has it may deem proper, just received a large invoice Tho acts passed by tho present when assembled. necessary by Legislature relative to magisterial This call is mado of the celebrated districts provido that in each voting reason of the failure on tho part of precinct thoro shall bo as nearly aB Chairman E. M. Drano to mako a of the practicable 300 voters in each product, call for tho and in no event to be more than throe Republican County Committee as hundred and fifty, tho basis to bo the Erovided by tho Constitution' and (Pago 11 and 12) adopted by number of votes cast at the last election for Presidential electors, and the Republican State Convention 1847 SPOONS, KNIVES & FORKS, under said aotB it was my duty as assembled in Loxington, Ky., May County Judge, without tho aid of 20th, 21st and 22d, 1891. It. A. Hancock, commissioners, to divido tho magisterial districts into oleotiou precincts; Chairman 7th Congressional District. Which he is selling at prices that complying with tho requirements will astonish the that a magisterial district lino shall Butrcriefl. carriages and harness ro- not cross a voting prooinot lino, and nairedbv tho Keutuokv and Harness I that in each voting prooinot thoro Company, Is-s, I To tile Voters of Franklin County. i Hardware Merchant. IIIIH A W.L COPPERSMITH, nffihtHBi ROGERS' BROTHERS mmlm July ao-i-r. 111 I 16-t- f. NATIVE S . .Jull!.' ..v ..j TWi ?C IMCillDXXirix "Wctg-oxxjs- - SELLING OUT AT COST. We will sell a cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hanies., Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, JRishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Kopes and Cablejs, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles tOo numerous to mention. We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold on time will be charged atregi.lav price. fT& - I x 1 15. r Cot. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. MiFB Qb COLLINS A 0&9 BRO Opposite the Farmers Bank. clists, passed through the city Thursday afternoon on their way to Louisville. Slanderous Report. r. L E Carolina. Rev. E. A. Penick and family left Thursday lor a trip to Harrowgato, Tennessee. Mrs. R. S. Burnett aud Miss Ruby Macklin left Tuesday for Old Point and Washington. Little Miss Jane Todd Watson, of Lexington, is visiting che lamiiy o. Mr. James M. Saffell. Mrs. William Carroll and daughter, of New Castle, are visiting friends in this city and county. Mrs. James Rodman and daughter, Miss Lettie, left yesterday for a trip to Hurrowgate, Tennessee. Misses Alice Hickey and Mamie Halloran, of Louisville, are the guests of Miss Mamie Sullivan. Mr. R. P. Pepper, jr., and sisters, Misses Laura and Maria, left Monday for Narragansott Pier. Mrs. Grant Green and daughter, Miss Kate, and Miss Birdie Brown are at home from Old Point. Mrs. Cordelia Kendall and daughter, Miss Cordie, left Wednesday lor a visit to relatives in Louisville. Mrs. W. L- Wright and children spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. Otis Ashurst, in Georgetown. Miss Gertrude Smoot ha3 returned home from a trip to Owen county, where she has been visiting friends. Dr. J. H. Cromwell, of Rich Hill, Missouri, is visiting his parents, Mr. M. H. Cromwell und wife, near Jetts. Mrs. P. McDonald and Miss Jennie left Thursday afternoon for Old Point, White Sulphur and New York City. Mrs. Maria Haner, of Nashville, Tennessee, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Bohannan, on Short street. Mrs. L. B. Kohnle, of Auburn Park, 'Illinois, has been visiting relatives in this city and county for several weeks. Mr. Ohas. Denson, of Louisville, spent Sunday and Monday in this city with his sister, Mrs. V. H. Jeffries. Miss Rose Higgins, of Lexington, who has been the guest of Miss Merrie Gillum , returned homo Wed- Mr. J. W. Hughes and wife and land Falls. Mr. J. T. Larkin left on Monday Messrs. Thomas Hunter and Jake Ahler returned Wednesday from for Chicago. French Lick Springs. Mr. Julius Luscher is in Louisville Mrs. H. C. Mallory, of Chicago, who visiting friends. has been visiting her father, Col. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Johnson are in Thos. Rodman, for several weeks, reNew York City. turned home Saturdaj". Mrs. Ohas. E. Haff left Monday for Mr. Job Smith and wife, Mr. George New York to visit relatives. Huffman and wife, and L. F. Johnson, left of the Mr. and Mrs. James Andrew Scott Esq., to the firstSprings. week for a visit Drennon went to Old Point on Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. W. Reock and Mrs. A. J. Mr. Pat Newman, of Chicago, ie in Reock, mother of Geo. W. Reock, the city with his wife and son. made a short visit to relatives and Mrs. W. H. Anderson, of Shelby-vill- friends in Cincinnati last week. spent Tuesday in this city. Mrs. Jas. A. Hodges and little Miss Todd Saffell is the guest of daughter, Helen, of Louisville, have Miss Selena Barrett, of Louisville. returned from Stamping Ground and Swigert and wife left are visiting relatives in this city. Mr. Jacob Tuesday evening tor a trip to Canada. Miss Susie Loyd, of Cincinnati, and Mrs. E. Polk Johnson left her friend, Miss Sophia Miller, of Col. and Thursday morning for North Caro- Hamilton, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. Geo. W. Reock on the South Side. lina, i Mr. Ben McEwan, of Kansas City, Mr. John H. Cassell left on Tuesday for Old Point and New York is here attending the bedside of his brother, John Will, who is dangerous-- 1 City. ly 111 ac ins nome on mo oouui oiue. Mr. T. J. Todd (Junie) left Thursday morning for a trip to Niagara Mr. Walter G. Chapman, of Bowling Green, nephew of Mr.AVickliffe ChapFalls. man, has located in this city and will Miss Mary Ely left Tuesday for an Btudy law in the office of Messrs. outing at Black Mountain, North Knott & Edelin. e, Natalie Sawyier ia at Cumber Some time ago Mr. John S. Pierce, of Peak's Mill, took from the Baptist Orphans' Home, in Louisville, a boy by the name of Curtis Lawrence to raise, and last June the boy, becoming dissatisfied, ran away. Mr. Pierce tried to find him but failed, and recently busy bodies, who are found in every community too cowardly to come out openly and make the charge have been secretly circulating a report that the boy was foully dealt with or secretly put out of the way by Mr. Pierce a charge which no one who knows him will for a moment believe, yet it is causing him great annoyance, and ho will make it exceedingly warm for the author if he could be found. He has been advertising in the Louisville papers for information of the boy's whereaboutp, and his advertisement also appears in this issue. He has recei ved the following letter in reply to one of inquiry, written to the Matron of the Home : Louisville, Ky , August 13, 1892. f Mr. John S. Pierce, Peak's Mill, GOOD THINGS ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE IK X)UR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE TEE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. "f-m ' OUR STOCK IS ?-E- S hundieds diminishes. take from it, yet it never never-dyin- g LIKE A STREAM v r"0 f there is a This, of course, is because spring of supply IP 'I ' Mrs. Al. W. Smith and son, Master George, who have been visiting Mrs. Ann Morris, on Second street, returned to their home in Louisville Saturday morning. Miss Sheffer Stephens and brother, way, all you can Mr. Walker Stephens, have returned make his own as you have donedo is your Glondale, Ohio, where to let him go, home from duty by him. His mother was in Kanthey have been visiting their brother, sas the laot wo heard of hor. We do Mr." Adam Stephens. not know her address. We hope CurMrs. F. S. Denson, who has been tis will return and bo a good boy. Respectfully yours, spending the summer in this city W. G. Weller. with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Jeffries, returned to her home in LouisDuring the epidemic of flux in this ville Monday evening. county, in 1888, 1 had hard work to Misses Julia B. and Bessie Hodges, keep a supply of Chamberlain's Colic, of Louisville, have returned to the ' Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on city from a visit to Stamping Ground, hand. People often came ten or and are the guests 01 tnoir auni, lurs. twelve miles in the night to get a J. N. Crutcher, Bellepoint. bottle of the remedy. I have been medicines for the past and Ella Newbrant, of selling patent find Misses Lottie that it lias given guests ton years and Cincinnati, who have been the in cases of of Mrs. Johnson Barrett, on Shelby better satisfaction than any other and for several weeks, left Sunday, diarrhoea I haveflux handled -- J. H. street, ever with Miss' Mary J. Todd, of this city, medicine Druggist, Golconda, Pope Benhain, to visit friendB in Madison, Indiana. Co., 111. Over five hundred bottles of Col. D. L. Sublett, who had charge this remedy were sold in that county of the Kentucky river improvement during the epidemic referred to. It for several years, but now a resident was a perfect success and was the of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and in only remedy that did cure the worst charge of the Government work on cases. Dozens of persons there will the Tennessee, was in the city Thurs- certify that it saved their lives. In day shaking hands with his old four other complaints this remedy has been equally successful. 25 and 50 friends. cent bottles for sale by J. W. Jayle, Franklin Co., Ky.: Yoifr letter of the 10th to Miss to hand, and she requests me to Hnswer and Bay that we have no idea of Curtis Lawrence's whereabouts. Had not heard of his running away. We are very sorry, as he has certainly made a great mistake. As he is now large enough to that feeds the stream. i SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE So do sluggish stocks They become decayed. They are not fit for commercial use any more than decayed meat. Finally, they are known as "dead." i'tv it -- ji i .vwvj m u cstv.ii n :k CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER 'J f f IN THE BEST CONDITION and a constant flow of trade keeps a stock in best condition. We have no dead stock, because our stock never stands still. It is always flowing out and flowing in. DO YOU APPRECIATE THE AD VANTAGE of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading with. . W f R. K. McCLTJ !; IMPtfefi iBPMI '' ,'?! Will Speak in Lexington. Druggist. 48-4- t. nesday. & V, J South Side. Mrs. J. J. Brooks, of Richmond, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. B. Read, near this city, will return homo Mrs. Helen McOluro and children, who have been visiting her father, Dr. E. H. Black, at Stamping Ground, have returned homo. Messrs. John H. Giltnerand George Clayton, two Bourbon county bicy to-da- y. Early, of Henry Mr. Bernard county, is visiting friends on the Tliey Have Gone. Gen. James B. Weaver, the candidate of the People's Party for PresiThe Legislature took a recess on dent, will speak in Lexington on the Tuesday, after being in session for 5th of October. 231 days, until November 16th. A large portion of the session was deGreen's Grapes. voted to the framing of the Revenue G. Green, formerly of this and Corporation bills, and on the day Mr. Jas. county, has sent us a sample basket before the adjournment the Governor of grapes from his vinyard near Tun- sent in messages vetoing both those On Thursday, September 8, 1892, nel Hill, Hardin county, which' are bills and the bill extending the Geo- WE WILL OFFER AT PUDLIC SALE. ON of farm, uear Forks of Elkhorn, a perfectly delicious. He has already logical Survey, together with others trotting stock, work mules una horses, hogs, lot covb, shipped four hundred baskets to of minor importanoo. There was an forming Implements, Ac. Terms will be ousy. W. T. & F. M. FEATIIERSTON. market and writes that his five thou- effort made by the friends of the Aug. sand vines are still hanging full of Governor to have his vetoes sustainthe lucious fruit. His. many friends ed, but the time was too short and here hope that ho will yet make a they were laid over until aftor the fortune by his investment in a fruit recess for consideration. Ia the farm. meantime the people of the State are matter and cussing largo For RiiNT The corner of Logan discussing the and the Governor. the Legislature m frame house on the Frankfort, Ky. n-iand Campbell streets. Contains good second hand mower for One eight rooms, with water, large garden and stable on the lot. For terms sale. Price 20. A bargain. Bros. Mabtin SHEEP! SHEEP! SHEEP! apply to, Mrs. Mary A. Glore. 50-- SMakvo. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. PUBLIC SALE. DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the ClswjLaL-- .' Pi l H FHOEETIS: HOTEL, IN LEXINGTON. HEMORRHOIDS KY.. 20-2- 1 Saturday, Aug. 20th, 1892. (Piles) cured without surgical operation an d with little or no pain. REEERENCES .1 W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Br. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. V. EoVt. B. y. Franklin . ' two-stor- y lt Fob Sal"e A New Process gasoline stove, which has been used but Hffln nnrl nnnrlv nfl frood flB HOW. is offered for sale at a bargain. Apply f at this office. 41-t- If you have a buggy, carriage or SELL IN sot of harness which needs repairing ISO UEAD fOS" EWES; WILLnmlnti pnar NUM- trtrmw aiil mi mho car Unra take it to the Kontuoky Buggy and to responsible parties. Also a few yearl'nibucks. Harness Company on oast Broadway. OUU1U Xlfcliliuub, Forks of Elkhorn. Julr80-lm- . All work promptly executed. 15-t- f. Rev. L. P. llulett, Benson. Ky. A. H. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. V. J. Hughes, Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Denson, Ky. Jas. M. Wlturow, Frankfort, Ky. DR. KELLEY'S ofllce and residence Is at 269 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and wheie he may be found every day of each week except SATURDAYS! Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent freo to any one W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing 2C9 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O, CONSULTATION FREE. Rerberlch, Frankfort, Ky. .'A t"1V- - WAttivivimmimjkmHm '" wwinW""- - j ( 1 Fall Woolens, fM .v 'v AJKM4 1 ''. 5f3 'A w I Vtf IB K.f 'A I I - .' - jt" . ii i j Fall Hats, Fall Neckwear! JT'U.S'fc .- "ifiMwrfSL. K "vV 'a . UjT 4? Ks (Stfjp ;. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! Grccu Clay SmitU Dead. Green Olay Smith, jr., youngest aon of Gen. Green Olay Smith, died Wednesday morning at the home of his parents in Washington City, after an illness of eight weeks with typhoid fever. Ho was born In this city about eighteen years ago, while his father was pastor of the Baptist Church, and had grown up to bo quite a promising young man, holding at the time of his death a position under his cousin, Major Green Olay Goodloe, Paymaster in the Navy, which paid him eigliteen hundred dollars a year. He gave prom-'is- o of being the stay and support of his parents in their declining years, and the Iosb of their youngest born their Benjamin will be a heavy blow to Gen. Smith and wife, and the hearts of their many friends here go out in deopest sympathy to them in their great affliction. & "WW plf CURE GAYLE CO.. Drug10-l- 'Kentucky iiiggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers,," you can buy 1 A Guaranteed Cure for Plies of whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, llccentor Hereditary. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. $1.00 n dot, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to refund the $5 00 paid Ir not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. BUGGIES, HAE2TESS AND FAUM IMPLEMENTS f gists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. GAYLE. andLKCOMPTK& AT "WHOLESALE PBICES. You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-clas- s style. . You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. - and there is now no need for one to suffer from either of these distressing habits when the remedy is right hero in our midst. Read tho adver tisement of the Institute in another column. SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Salesroom, opposite court-house. Factory, South warehouse. - Bv A Safe investment m Tlte Tics Tliat Bind. Ties for tho street railway are being distributed along tho streets over which the first mile and a half of the road will be built, and the company expect to commence the work of construction next week, or at least within the next ten days. The work will be commenced at the intersection of Todd and Shelby streets and built from that point on Shelby, Second and Bridge streets to the North Side. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, it is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, wlen used for any affection of Throat, Lungs of such as Consumption. Chest Inflammation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc.--, etc. It is pleasant and agreebble to taste, perfectly safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at South Side Drug Store. P. H. Carpenter. i ttj&svtt sro -criK Died. Mr. Robert B. Lewis, father of Mrs. J. B. Utterback, of this city, and a prominent and well known farmer of this county, died at his homo on the Lewis Ferry pike on Sunday, after a brief illness. About two years ago his right leg had to be amputated to prevent his death from cancer and it is thought that the disease attacked his stomach. He leaves a wife and six children, all of them grown, to mourn his loss. The funeral took place Tuesday morning from his late residence, and the remains were interred in the cemetery in this city. . . bug-g-- t :ei:cnr:E:D. r March 26-t- ' C "WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE '. ' Big: Excitement in Town SAPOLIO Are Quiokly Married. Next July2-ly- M m vfl m Wo Cut It Down. are requested to call the attention of the proper authorities to a plank in the floor of the sidewalk on the upper side of the St. Olair street bridge. It is about of the way over, going from the north side, and stands up an inch or more above those surrounding it, and is dangerous to persons passing over it, especially at night. A lady had her ankle sprained there some time ago, whioh laid her up for several months, and numerous others have had their ankles turned under them in stepping on the side of it. It could be out down with an adz in a few minutes and should be looked after at ono-thir- d Over the remarkable .cures by the grandest specific of the ago, Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer, which acts as a natural laxative, stimulates the digestive organs, regulates the liver and kidneys and is nature's great healer and health renewer. If you have Kidney, Liver or Blood Disorder do not delay, but call at Ohapman & Williams drug store for it froe trial package. Large size 50c. 1G Try It la "SToux i." v-- 1 House-Cleanin- g . :,jl 'J :ki Died. well-known Poisonous Stings. 5p' &. &-- J r onco. Wanted. v B Ladies and gentlemen suffering with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottlo of Otto's Cure, which we are distributing free of charge, and wo can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy j " sumption, and all diseases of tho throat and lungs. It will stop a cough quioker than any known remedy. We will guarantee it to cure you. If your children have croup or whooping cough it is sure to give instant relief. Don't delay, but get a trial bottlo froe. Largo size 50o. Sold by Ohapman & Williams. 40 .. for Ooughs, Colds. Bronchitis, Con- The Sanitary lustitutei J' IK t n Tho Frankfort Sanitary Institute, for tho oure of the liquor, opium and tobacco habits, which was established in thiB city two months ago, is a pronounced success, and a number of pattents have boon disohargod oured. Tho treatment is the very best in uso The sting of tho humblo bee is poisonous this year. One day last week little Lydia Payne, semi-annu- al daughter of Mr. John W. Payne, was session of, stung by one of them upon tho foot will begin and made very ill for several days. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Peter Jett received a sting from another Church. upon the hand which caused her arm to swell clear up to tho shoulder and The Garfield Club. she was rendered unconscious for apply to somo time. She was confined to At the last meeting of the Garfield bed for sevoral days and is still suf- Republican Leaguo Club, tho time for holding their regular meetings was fering from the effects of the sting. . changed from the second and fourth . Saturday evenings of eaoh month Married. to tho Becond and fourth Thursday Aug. evenings of each month. Please reMr. Thomas M. McDonald and Miss member this. The next regular meetMargaret A. Harper were marriod at ing of tho Club will be held at headthe homo of tho brido, near Peak's quarters, in the Sower building, next Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Tho Mill, on Thursday, August 18, 1892. time 1b nearing now when tho camAbout 11 o'clock Thursday morn paign will open up in earnest, and all come ing, August 18, 1891, Mr. R. H. Suter, let usan active out to the mooting and part. take of this county, and Miss Mary E. Geo. w. Reock. President W. H. VanWinkle, Sooretary. Mefford, of Soott county, wore united in marriage by Rev. W. O. Taylor, at Darby's Prophylactic ho Baptist parsonage. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY.. A few minutes after 11 o'clook Will Use itin every sick-rooThursday morning, August 18, 1892, keep the atmosphere pure and Mr. Ohas. Diokoy and Miss Louvonia wholesome;removing all bad odors npnis SCHOOL FURNISHES X education lor boys and young men who desire to enter Romans, both of tho Ducker Station from any source. neighborhood, woro mado man and Will destroy all Disease Germs, wife at tho Court House by Judge infection from all Fevers and all Ben. G. Williams. contagious diseases. The eminent physician, J.Mari- The Fourth Annual Session beginsj'next SEPTEMBER, the 15th, Bargains. on Sims, of New York, says: "I 1092. ror Catalogues, address MastinBros. have somo splendid am convinced that Prol. Darby's second-han- d "Fuller Surreys, Pheatons and ProphylacticFluid is a most valu Buggies that thoy offor cheap. Frankfort, Kontucky. Mr. John Angrave, a resident of this county, died at his homo near Bridgeport, yesterday j morning at 8 o'clock, aged about 69 ' years. Ho leaves a widow, but no ' children. He was an Englishman by j birth, but camo to this country when ' young, and had been a resident of The thirty-thir- d this county for over forty years. His Dudley funeral will take place this afternoon n at 3 o'clook from the Southern Pres-bytoria- Dudley Institute. Institute the m Jn! SEPTEMBER 12th, 1892. ... Jri For terms 13-t- f. t.. :m: tttbhstei, IFxiaacipsLl. rs2 '- - .a FRNLEH(IY Colleges and "Universities. "! 1E the elements of an Andrew Case. 42-t- f. able disinfectant, 'ituM v&mXQ FYJf w'jn in. v session, as a reduction of five pk The Misses Lewis Entercent, will bo mado to all who enter tain. ! ' in August. Tho rules and regulations , at Pntokf ort, KaaUoky. at vmc4 as tlio pot-fll-s On Wodnesday evening, from nine second-clasas contained in their cataloguo will mailable matter. till ono,. Misses Fannie and Bessie bo strictly observed. Lewis gave an elegant danco in honor OKO. 1. LEWIS.. Editor an Pnblisiier. Church. Refitting of thoir guests, Misses Albers and Porter, of Tennessee. "Belair," tho FRANKFORT, AUGUST 20, 1892. The chapol of the Christian Church country residence of Mr. W. J. Lewis, is being repaired and neatly refitted, was thrown open for the occasion, and as soon as tho same is in condi- and was turned entirely over to the A New Departure. tion to bo UBed for Church services gay revelers. Tho spacious grounds In addition to our facilities for the interior of tho Church will be in front wore cailv decorated and and for executing overy variety of plain and nowly frescoed and otherwise re- illuminated .with Japanese lanterns, Onatori etrea Oollc, Constipation, "Castorl m U bo well adapted to cKOdren Ua affording most pleasing promenades, fancy letter press job work, we are paired. Sour 8tomch, Diarrhoea. Eructation, I recommend It m superior to any prtMriptiea Kills Wotsm, give sleep, and promotes dl' while from the windows of tho house now prepared to furniBh all kinds of known to ma.' H. A. Ajiohbr, 2C. D., Sold Again. reetton, lights beamed with cheerful weltho Without Injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St, Brookbn, N. T. fine lithographic work", such as lotter come. As soon as tho young people . Mr. Charles L. Ellwanger has years 1 hay recomtnendedl heads, bill heads, note heads, cards, began to arrive the band in the back Sid"The use of 'Caatoria1 U so universal aad yourFor sevtral ' and shall always continue from tho heirs of the late Castorla, Its merits so well known that It seems ft work envelopes, checks, certificates of ney Johnson the property on east Main hall struck up the strains of tho waltz, so as it baa invariably' produced beneficial' of supererogation to endoreo It Few ore tho intelligent families who do mot kaop Castorla rawUs." will bo gotten street formerly occupied by Mr. Chas. and until nearly midnight tripping stock, &c. The work Edwin F. PAMn, M. D., within e&ayreaoh." Carlos Mabtw, D.R, The sale will the light fantastic was in order. After "Tbo Wlnthrop," 125th Stret and 7th Ave., up in the latest stylo and on short E. Haff, for 2,900. New York City. M New York City, an elegant repast had been done full Late Factor Bloomlngd! Baformod Church. notice. If you are in need of any stick this time, as Mr. Ellwanger has up and justice the music resumed and tho possession, is fitting it thing in that line call and examine taken wee sma' hours were well advanced Tim CairrAu Comfaht, 77 Uubkat Simit, Nkw Yonic will occupy it in a short time. our samples before ordering. before slowly and reluctantly the guests began to disperse. The hostWhen Nature Needs assistance it may be best to esses did overy thing possible to make Hon. W. J. Cliinn Dead. render it promptly, but one should all feel at home, and how well they Feb. remember to uso even the most per- succeeded was attested by the conHon. Wm. J. Chinn died at his home on Wilkinson street, Saturday morn- fect remedies only when needed. The gratulations and good wishes which ing, nbout 10 o'clock, after an illness best and most simple and gentle rein- wore showered upon them at departGo. ed' is the Syrup of Figs, manufactur- ing. The guests of honor, Misses of several weeks, aged sixty-tw- o Porter and Albers, captivated all by years. Tb,o deceased was born in ed by the California Fig Syrup Co. their many charms and graces, and came to this county Henry county and New Mail Route. they will ever find a warm welcome child with his father, when a small from th'e young people. serving a term in thoXeg-islaturwho, after Postmaster Saffell has received inAmong those present were Miss removed to this county to structions from the Post Office Dereside. His early boyhood was spent partment to ask for bids for the Albers, of Knoxville, Tenn.; Miss upon the farm now owned by Mrs. carrying of the mails from this city Porter, of Paris, Tenn.; Miss Michel, Eliza Trimble, near the Forks of to Flag Fork, by way of Saffell and of Demopolis, Ala.; Miss Freeman, Elkhorn. He came to this city when Honeysuckle, three times a week. of Macon, Go.; Miss Graves, of Lexa young man and entered the dry Persons desiriug to bid for the same ington; Miss Eugenia Lewis, of Greengoods store of the late It. W. Black- can obtain all necessary information ville. Miss.; Miss Cecie Lowis, of burn as a clerk, and later went into by applying at the post office in this Stamping Ground; Misses Scott, Ayres and Freeman, of Duckers; Miss partnership with Mr. Jas. W. Tate in city. Smith, of Louisville; Miss Hally, of the dry goods business. This firm GOODS GET SEE PRICES Payne's Depot; Miss Withrow, of Mid- CULL sold out about I860, when he entered Nice Small Farm, way, and Misses Wilson, Mastin and into a partnership with his uncle, the Dr. George W. Chinn will offer at Benton and the two hostesses, from late M. B. Chinn, in the livery business, which they conducted for sev- public sale his farm of 74 acres, ad. the Woodlake neighborhood. The G, eral years. He was then elected and joining tho village of Bridgeport, on gentlemen were Messrs. Mason Tuesday, September 0, at the sale of Brown, Thos. P. Averill, W. H. served two terms as Sheriff of the J. S. Coleman, J. Craik Jackcounty, and was later elected Mayor the administrator of the late Alex. Julian. This is a good chance for a son, H. H. Robinson, John Murphy of the city, which office he filled. for TEEStwo years. After going out of office market gardener or dairyman to pur- and G. W. and W. A. Lewis, of this as Sheriff he entered into a partner- chase a good location. The farm is city; Chas. Lewis, of Stamping ship with Mr. Stephen Black in the mostly bottom land and very pro- Ground; John and Wilmot Freeman, of Duckers; Witherspoon, of Vercoal business, later bought out Mr. ductive. sailles; Bell, of Georgetown, and Black's interest and conducted the Consumption Cured. Clarence and Sam. Wilson, John What We Lose. business alone until a few years ago. "I of Scott, Stuart Wood, Frazier, Lucien sold. belleTeltto.be one twn the best medicines Upon the death of the late Philip The physicians, years ago. said my In consequence of Gov. Brown'a Mastin, 'Sam. and Ed. Haily and Na- wife hud consumption, both lungs affected. I Swigert ho was elected President of h hare had to send forkeverul springs to keep her ulhe. butslnceshe bus been taking MAIN STREET, the Deposit Bank and continued to veto of the Revenue bill, the city of than Quillen, of this county. Radam's Microbe Killer she has been right at 334 occupy that position until his death. Frankfort loses in taxes on bank and. home attending to her business, and Is In better has rears. Ho was also largely Interested in the gas stock and surplus, at the present Resolutions Respect. health than she"R. T.been in 20Cedartonn. Ga.' POOLE, rate of $1.25 on the hundred, $18,017.-2FRANKFORT, KY. breeding of Jersey cattle, in which Sereral Diseases Cured. and the county of Franklin, at the The Board of Directors of the Dehe was eminently successful. "I cheerfully testify to ihe curative powers of ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION In early life he united with the present rate of 76j cents on the hun- posit Bank of Frankfort, at a called your medicine. Having been n sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial affection and indigestion, OP THE dred on the same class of property, meeting, held on the 16th day of after taking Microbe Killer Buck Run Baptist Church, in this all loses $11,050.50, making a total loss to August, 1892, adopted the following symtoms have entirely disappeared. of the ubore Frankfort Manufacturing Company county, was ever after a consistent " ours, etc., OK FRANKFORT, KY. THOS. L. DAVI8, Christian, and, although he lived here city and county in taxes for this year resolutions of respect to the memory "Janitor Howard Memorial Library. of their late President, Hon. William for over forty years, never removed of $29,067.78. "New Orleans, La." Sec. 1. We, Graut Green, Chas. E. Hoge, G. T J. Chinn : his membership from the church Asthma and Catarrh Cured. Blackley, Grant Greet', Jr., tJ. Closing Out Sale. Resolved, That we have learned of "I hare been a sufferer from asthma and do hereby associate otirse.ves and French Hoge which he first united. He was together as a with uud corporutM. uudei and by virtue of the the death of Hon. Wm. J. Chinn, late catarrh, for more than two years past, getting universally popular with all classes, State of Kentucky, chapter 66. Messrs. Brower, Scott & Frazee, of President of this bank, with most of my sleep sitting In bed orreclli.lng in statute laws of the'7U, and and amendments Jug name being a guarantee of fair Lexington, whose ad. appears on our sorrow, and wo desire herebysincere u chitlr. I hae used one ui of Rwlam'a Microbe nets of 1809 of this corporation shall thereto-Th- e his to ex- Killer, and nam be the fr the lust three weeks have as n honorable dealing in business, first page, announce that they are press our sympathy with his bereaved sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly been "Frankfort Munufacturlng Compuny." und under and that name said compan) may routiuue for a I attribute my relief to the remedy, and child. and when death claimed him as his closing out their largo stock of car- family. heartily recommend it Resolved, as President of this asthmatic or catarrhal fo any one suffering from period of twent'llvo )ears from the llllng of in the proper office, and uuder that own there was but one expression pets, draperies and wallpaper at bank, in allThat years trouble. have power to contract and be contracted the of his official "Respectfully. with generally, sue und be sued, o.vn such real heard upon every hand: That the special low prices. This is ono of connection with it, hiB management "EDWIN R. MOORE. and personal estate m It m:iy deem proper, nnd "Cashier in Dank of Adairvllle. 6a." city had lost one of its best and most the largest and best houses in Cen- of its affairs was always wise and have and use a common heal und alter same at pleasure, esUbllsli bylaws and make all rules upright citizens, a man among men, tral Kentucky, and carry such an im- prudent and honorable, and such as Feicr and Flux Cured. and reculatlons deemed expedient to the manageto meet the heartiest commendation cheerfully testify tbat after taking Microbe ment of the affairs of said corporation, and shalL "I and a Christian gentleman. mense assortment of goods in their and indorsement of the Board. Killer for niteen days I atn entirely cured, after have power to fix the amount of th capital Bt'ck He was a devoted husband and line that ono can scarcely fail to find Resolved, That in all his relations being sick two years wlthmalutlal fover, and of said company, to render the bbnros or Interest father, kind and affectionate brother something to suit thorn if the' take a with us, whether they were of a busi- during which time I contracted other diseases, of shareholders transferable, and prescribe the llux, etc. I was atended during this time by three manner of making ouch transfers. Sko. 2. The principal and charitablo citizen, who will be look through the house. Everything ness or social nature, he was courte- of the best doctors of the city without being bene- - corporation shull be In place of business of said "WM. DOIIKUTX, ous and kind Knnkfort, Ky or at such Ho lltted, "10 Celeste fct., New Orleans. La." sadly missed by his family and im- in draperies, carpets and wall papers left a stainless and considerate.namo other place or places as the board of directors-mareputation, a mediate friends, and the poor and have been placed at such low figures honorod among men. Generous in Mr. ltmlam'ti Microbe Killer Cures all pany. think fit for the best Interest of the comSec. 3. The business of said corporation shall all his impulses, Diseases by Iteiiioving the Cause. needy of the city, as well. that the stock is bound to go off in a judgments, kind charitable in all hiB be the manufacture of wagon material at Frankto his fellows, loyal Send 2 cent stamp for Ho leaves a widow, formerly Miss rush, and the bargains will be secircular nnd the always to the right, he was a fine type Microbe War. shows what disease la and.whattbe fort. Ey. Tne capital stock of the c6mpany InSec. 4. Herndon, of Woodford county, and cured by the early callers. remedy must be, and do, to cure it. Head it, fixed at twenty-nvthousand dollars, divided Into of that rare Christian manhood which circulate It and you wM the discoverer for saving shares of one hundred dollars each, payable In three children Mr. W. J., Jr., Misses makes the world better. your life. Address such calls as the board of directors may require, Resolved, we, M. Scottio and Nelljo Chinn to RADAM'S MICROBE KILL1R, and business Resolutions of Respect. friends, thisThat in his death, city his sole W. GAYLEFranklin ty.Nashville. Tenn. when tho corporation may ofcommence been subAve thousand dollars bank, and the in J. agents for or LECOMPTE A GAYLE CO. stock has mourn his death. coin scribed for and paid In. which he lived and died, havo exJan, Skc. 6. The business of the corporation shall The funeral took place Monday At a meeting of tho Directors of perienced a loss greater than words be conducted by a board of live directors, who morning at 11 o'clock, from bis late the Farmer's Bank on Monday, the can toll, and miss an example and an liull be elected by the stockholders from I3A1M ovyu number on the first Monday In January, ' i i!iT residence, the services being con- following resolutions were adopted: inspiration in all right living and each )e.ir, and who shall hold their office until Tt7 JPT noblo conduct. vw"'Jk their successors shall be elected and qualify, and ducted by Rev. W. 0. Taylor, and the also by u president, becrutary and treuurer, who procession .which followed the re- ofWhereas, W. J. Chinn, President H. H. Watson, B. C. Milam, shall be elected unnually by the Incoming board tho Deposit Bank of Frankfort for from among Its members on the tlrst Monday In mains to the grave was one of the the past twenty years, died at his Cashier. January of each year, and who shall hold their office until their successors shall tie ele ted and, longest funeral corteges that ever homo in this city on Saturday, qualify. The board may (ill all vacancies In Its moved through our streets. The August 13th: therefore own membership or in any olllce. The same THE ATM ENTASES Broke a Spindle. Resolved, That "person may the office of secretary and treas' bells of the city wore tolled while the family, friends andin lis death his urer. Until the tlrst Monday in January, tho city of Frankd Tkkat-hknDiuih until Mr. T. Noblo Lindseyandhia sister, Dn. E. C. West's Nkiivkand Hysteria, Dizzi- quullly, tbelr successors shull bo elected una procession was in motion. fort have sustained a great loss. In the above named Incorporators shall con a guaranteed specific for all the relations of life he was a good MIbs Katie, were out riding Saturday ness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. stitute the board of directors. Sec. G. The highest amount of Indebtedness or Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use and useful citizen. As a member of afternoon in buggy, Changes. ap- of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental De- liability to which the cori oration shall, at anythe city council ho did much for the proached theabrldgo and aa they Softening of the Brain resulting In In- time, subject itself shall not exceed the amount pression, from the South sanity ana lending to misery, decay and death, of Its paid-u- capital. city, as mayor he was tho watchful Tho Capital City Business College guardian of its every 7. interest and. as Side the spindle of tho left foro Premature Old Age, Barrvness, Loss of Power Sec. be Tho private property of the shareholders-shul- l. exempt from liability for corporate-debtsis making important changes in the a bank officer ho was upright, just wheel of the vehicle broke off, letting In either sex, involuntary Losses and Spermaby of the brain, arrangemont of its rooms, in taking and honorable, careful alike of tho the axle down upon tho horses heels, torrhoeaorcaused Given under our hands this, the 13th day of Fnch box contains GRANTGREKN, month's treatment. 11.00 down, a largo partition wall which interest or tno Dank ana or its cus- which caused him to run away. Mr. one $5.00, sent by mall prepaid a box, or six boxes August, 1832. on receipt of price. CHAS. E. UOUK. for tomers. G. T. BLACKLEY, divhid the main room from the Resolved, further. That as a mark of Lindsoy guided him safely into the WE GDARANTEE SIX BOXES. GRANT GREEN, JR., entrance, and putting up a smaller respect to his memory the doors of right sido of the bridge and he ran To cure any ense. With each orderrecelvexl by us S. FRENCH HOGE. one nearer, tho stairs for main en- tho Farmers Bank bo closed at 10:30 nearly to this side of tho river, when for six boxes, accompanied with J5.00, we will send the purchaser our writ ten guaruntee to retrance; also providing more suitable a. m., and rqmain closed during the tho buggy collided with a wagon fund the money It the treatment does not effect State of Kkntcckt, CooNTr of Franklin J Vl' funeral ceremonies, and that these a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE LEI, N. for accommodations for every ono was crossing tho bridge ahead COMPTE & GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, county B. Smith, clerk of the county court that the resolutions bo spread upon tho which und State uforesald, do certify the and the lady students in the records of this bunk, and a' copy of them. Both of tho occupants Frankfort, Ky. foregoing articles or incorporation of the Frankfort Manufacturing Company wus, on tho lath day be sent by tho oashier to tho family were thrown out by particular. ot August, 1B9A produced to me In said lounty 'the collission, of tho deceased. und acknowledged before me by Grant Green, This necessitates a vacation till but fortunately escaped injury, and Chas. E, Hoge, Grant Green. Jr, and S.French , Grant Green, the first Monday in September next, Uogo deed; the same tho horse toro himself loose from tho We will nav the above reward for any case of again to be their uct and this, the 16th daywas Oashier. produced to me oti of, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Heuda:he,Inwhen a largo attendance and a buggy and continued to run "but was digestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot August. 1892, and acknowledged before ino by G. T. Blackley to be his uct und deed, whereupon tbe school is expected. New cure, with west's vegetable Liver rats, wnen i As a general liniment for Bprains caught at tho intersection of St. Clair same, together with this cortltlcute, havo been s furniture will bo added and the and bruises or for rheumatism, lame and Wapplng streets. Tho buggy directions ure strictly compiled with. They duly recorded in my office. tiurelv Vegetable, and never fall to give satlsft 15th day Given boxes, containing 80 Pon. Sueur equipment improved throughout. back, deep seated or muscular pains, was badly wrecked and the harness Dills, zo centsCoated, Large counionens nnu imi 1KB. under my bund this SMITU,0. of August,. N. U . K. 0. 0 . . Beware or. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is un. Now is tho time tQ enter your rivaled. For sale by J. W. Gayle, torn to pieces, but the horse was not tations. Tho genuine manufactured only by A copy attests N. U. Smitii, Clerk Franklin County Court. THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, name for desk room, day or evening Druggist. Aug. t. injured. ILL. Forsulp. by a)) druggist. f OM'FOflT o ROUNDABOUT. mti i tnc Infants Children. v pur2-chase- to-d- 13-l- y. Wit Fonpie fflaniichiiii e, Have opened Sale Rooms on Ann Street,, near Christian Church, Ei IP Mc-Clur- e, CURES ALL H. MATTEM, -- DISEASES! D IllilUl'll W her.-out- 8, of ' OKI m .. body-pollt- lu X these-urtlcle- s name-shal- l ; i v lG-l- untong-thei- i Vice-Preside- 1111 ltftt-au- t, p self-abu- se e. al, $500 Reward! pros-poro- us 48-4- io-i- y. 20-l- W, IA t ",)' 5 i P BBSV w,: HEADQUARTERS ? ISjTa.flr.-Lir- L i OR -- JiVBEY THINa IDS.A.XjIEIRS " H Brot"h X2T- - O 3ST F,. .M- OP EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOIt E3T7-E3I2-2- tk W FT TR TT, T, R . h Columbus Buggy Co., Troy WE GUARANTEE N Buggy Works. tt FVi Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- ries and Light Carriages. St., N . Y., Cabriolets, Vic- - v The H.H.BabcockCo.,Brooni & torias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. FliAMFORT ROUNDABOUT FllANKFOItT ..-k Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the -- .T K--T 37 "issi-S-ri ?: Sjv--,"'. V. : i"r- - V ;C v wiJ, - BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. t I' r. Ji" r r.' -"- -.r FRANKFORT, AUGUST 20, 1892. Newman. If Barrett, 3b D.ivls, c Merchant p Golns, cf Wli.tf rsmltli. Stagg. rf aii 4 it In sn 2 1 1 2 4 4 g, 2 0 4 0 0 2 1 1 1 11 s. 4 . . . 4 4 4 0 (I 1 0,0 0 0 0 a 0 13 0 1 0 0 ro a k tho visitors having scored but twice, 2 n once in tho second on Jones'hit, Phil3 3 1 Base Ball. Highlands vs. Frankfort. The Highlands, of Louisville, who were announced as thirsting for revenge, came up Saturday and were defeated without much effort, by tho score of 15 to 2. Montz, a pitcher who has achieved considerable reputation in the City League of Louisville, was in the box for the visitors, and the homo boys found him a very easy mark, hitting him without difficulty whenever hits were needed. There were no especially noteworthy features outBide of the battery work of Stagg and Davis and Barrett's flne third baBO play. Stagg's control of the ball was wonderful, as he neither gave a base on balls, hit a batter, nor had a wild pitch. He was especially effective when men were on bases, and had his Bupport been a trifle betwould have been the ter a shut-out I.lmley, lb Phillips, 2b Totals 1 1 0 0 0 9 27 n 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 33 0 o 13 7 13 I'i- Sfifei M Innings 45G7H9-- T Danville 2 Frankfort Enrned Runs Frankforts 5: Danvllles 3. Two Base Hits Llndsey and Davis. Three Base Davis. Stolen Bases Newman 4; Barrett; Davis; Hlts-Plillllps; 123 00000000 33 300 1010 Con-ove- 7 r. Kr' V fcK TO - ti ' Double Plays Dmvllle 1. Base on Balls Oil Hennessey 2. Hit by Pitcher Brown. Struck out By Hennessy D; by Merchant 11. Passed Balls -- Jones 1. Wild Pitches-Merch- ant 3. Left ou Bases Frankforts 4; Danvllles 4. iuln-ut-Time of Game One our and forty-fiv- e Umpire s. Richardson. IM. Danville u, m (f RT'-- . vs. Frankfort Tuesday. Tuesday's game was one of tho most hotly contested over seen at Lake Park, the scene of so many hard fought battles. From start to finish tho result was wavering in fV FY' fc at doubt, and not until Frank Barrett retired Hennessy at third, on Davie' assist in the last inning, did tho crowd feel sure of tho victory. The home club held the lead for the greater part of the game, but this only male result. the uncertainty a more pleasing one, Tho official score: without in the least dispelling it. Frakkfobt. u r In so ro A K The visitors' batting was tho Newman, 0U 4 20 1 2 1 1 heaviest done by a visiting club this Barrett.Sb i 0 02 4 0 1 5 2 0 1 Davis, c Conover and Douglas in 0 0 season. Hewitt, rf 4 2 1 0 1 0 0 particular distinguished themselves, Goins. cf 1 5 2 0 0 5 3 Wintersmith, ss LIudbej, W.. lb . . . . 4 1 1 0 6 0 0 tho former making two home runs 1 0 1 1 2 3 3 Stagg, J 1 4 2 Phillips, 2b 0'2 0 1 and the latter two singles, a double although the double and 2 27 10 5 and a triple, 9 . . 38 15 Totals . triple were of the scratch order. n 1b sn io a Highlands. An 0 5 0 1 Eacott, cf l 2 0 But it was in fielding that the home 2 1 3 boys excelled. 4 2 0 1 Newman, 8b Such a game as they 13 1 1 2 4 McCorab. lb u 0 1 0 p 4 up, barring one or two instances, Montz, put 0 0 4 o 0 0 1 Tharp. If 0 0 0 3 5 3 is rarely witnessed, even on" the proBanner, zd 4 0 Delust, c 10 2 1 0 fessional diamond. Davis' catching 4 0 0 0 2 4 5 Wood, s. s 4 0 Vaughn, cf 10 0 0 0 was of the phenomenal order and thoe 1 21 16 13 victory was, without disparngingnny-on7 2 37 Totals else, emphatically his. Stagg's Innings . . 12 3456789-- T box work was also good, and for tho Highlands.. . Frankfort . . . 4107020 15 third successive game he neither Earned Runs Frankfort 4. gave a base on balls nor hit a batter, Two Base Hits Davis, WIntorsmlth, Newman. if any Stolen Bases Newman 3, Barrett 1, Hewitt 2, a feat which few, 1. Llndsey 1, Ptillllps 2, U..f...6 40100 0002000002 1 I Hit by Pitcher Bj Montz 2 Struck Out-- By Montz 1; By Stags 13. Passed Balls Davis 1; Delust 1. 1. Wild I'ltches-Mo- ntz Left on Buses Frankfort 4; Highland Time of Game 2 hours. Umpire Richardson . DANVILLE V8. FRANKFORT Base on Balls Off Montz 2. Escott He was professionals can claim. very effective for tho first five 8. innings, but after that the visitors found him more easily. Tho game oponed up with Newman at the bat. Ho got his base on balls. gave him balls third, and he scored on Davis' sacrifice fly to Breokinridge, Barrott having fouled out. Stagg made a in the Becond and stole third, but was loft. In tho third, after Phillips had fouled out, Newman again got his base on ballB and stole second. Barrott made a clean hit, and whon Wadsworth allowed it to pass him, ho took second and Tommy scored. Davis knocked a ball to Roiman, and took first on his error, Barrott going to third. Merchant hit another grounder to Reiman, who mado a fine stop, touched Davis and throw to Hennessey to complete the double, but tho latter muffed the ball and Merchant was safe, while Barrott Merchant kept on and scored. reaohod third in safety, whence ho scored a moment later on a passed ball. In the fifth Barrott got hiB base on balls, stolo second in flne stylo and came home on Wadsworth's muff of Daviss1 fly, assisted by Rolraan'a wild throw to Vanwinkle. Davis was caught in an attempt to steal Two passod two-bagger lips' error of Wintersmith's assist and Douglass' hit, and once in the fourth on Vanwinkle's hit. a wild pitch and Douglass' scratch two bagger. But in the sixth Conoveropened up with a beautiful home run into the the pond. This made the score pretty close, and when Douglass opened tho seventh with his third hit of the game, thirigs began to look squally. However he was obliging enough to attempt a steal of second, and was easily disposed of, Davis to Phillips. Wadsworth struck out, but Brown was given a life on Wintersmith's error of his grounder. He attempted to steal second, and took third on Davis' low throw, which went to center-field. Reiman brought him in with a hit, but was himself left at third, having stolen second and third in succession. The home boys were blanked in their half and thon tho fun began. Conover smote the first ball pitched and him squarely on the trade-marit landed just a few feet outside of Mrs. Todd's garden. Prolonged cheers greeted the gritty little pitcher as he made his second circuit, bringing in the tieing run, and all hands agreed that if his club did not win it would not be his fault. After Jones and Vanwinkle wore disposed of, Breckinridge mado a Bingle and scored on Douglass' fourth hit, which took a sudden bound and went over Coins' head, yielding three bases to the batter. Wadsworth struck out, and with the score 6 to 5 against them the home boys took the bat. Davis made a hit, and scored amidst vociferous cheers when Wadsworth threw the ball over Hennessey's head. Merchant took Becond on Brown's overthrow of his grounder, third on a passed ball, and Goins' sacrifice allowed him to acore the winning run. Wintersmith made a hit and took second when the sphere passed Douglass, but was put out attempting to make third on Hennessey's muff of Brown's assist on Stagg's grounder. In the ninth Brown and Reiman were quickly disposed of, but Hennessey took first on Phillips' high throw of his grounder, and continued toward home. Davis, by a mad dash over all obstacles, got tho ball and threw it to Barrett in time to touch the runner out at third, and the game was over. Three cheers for our noble captain ! Tho scoro : k, Jacob swio:ert& co Have Removed From the Batzcll Building Q3ST TtxT A. TUT tSOZEKEEESXVXO a H101 Ke-Th- c? MB 102 SMSIBHSr,H- - 'i i short tiM. will &iitMafSM m t1 m m it ! DWARD CLAASSEN, -- DE2uC,X,IOuX. Plumber, GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, PIPB AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL, WORK GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Opposite State House, 'n tv Vt M BHMMIH $6 CINCINNATI TO Thorough, Practical Instruction. Gradu" Catalogue ates assisted to position. FREE. Write to Bryant & Straiten Stmess College, LOUI8VILLE. KY. W . CHICAGO AND VIA m mm. iilM iMtftMlfif . inMiittflMf RETURN, Nicholasville, Ky.t 'J ttfl K BIG FOUR ROUTE! Miss M, . I Hewitt, Principal. SATURDAY, AUG, 20TH. Tickets (jootl returning until Tuesdnr, Aueust23l. September, 1KM. For cataloguts apply to Principal as nbove. July SESSION SECOND MONDAY IN ztz2x:saBz:s All i trains ot the BIG FOUR ROUTE pass In full view of the WORLD'S FAIR BUILDINGS. PTJBLIC SALE! On Tuesday September 6, 1892, WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC FltANKFOItT. AB MONDAY. nV. The Danville team and the Frank-fort- s crossed bats for a series of two games this week. The first waa played on Monduy and resulted in an easy viotory for the homo team. Tho visitors played a don't care, listless sort of ball, and the game was never in doubt at any Btage. Hennessey was batted savagely for the first two innings, but after that few hits were made off him. Merchant pitched steady, effective ball to the last inning, when ho eased up and the visitors scored three runs, all they made during the game. Although tho time of tho game, one hour and forty-fiv- e minutes, was one of the quickost of the season, it was far from being a lively contest, and it did not evoke the least enthusiasm from tho spectators. The acoro follows: Brown, sb Newman. If Barrett, 8b Davis, c. Merchant, cf 2 3 4 4 3 4 It 2 2 1 In 0 1 1 8H TO A 1 0 0 1 0 2 E 0 12 2 1 0 Golns.rf. Wintersmith. Stage, P Phillips, 2b Totals DAMVILLX. 0 0 0 0 7 K 1 o 1 1 a. 8. . . . 0 0 0 2 0 u 3 0 0 3 1 u 1 0 0 1 0 0 Llndsey, lb 2 3 29 IU B G 0 0 5 111 0 1 2 4 B 1 2 27 811 9 Brown, ss Reiman. 2b. Hennessey, lb Conover. D Jones, c Vanwinkle, 3b Breckinridge, cf DongLiss, If. Wadawortb, rf 0 1 .... . . . . 6 4. 4 4 4 4 4 39 0 0 2 2 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 PO 0 4 6 1 3 0 1 2 2 THERE at the farm ot the late Alexander Be sure jour tickets rend la THE BIG FOUR Julian, on the Louisville pike, four miles from ROUTE. Frankfort, D. B. MARTIK, FOUR FIHE FARMSJ Gen. Pass. Ac't. Cincinnati, O. One of 2fi0 acres, one of 200 ucres, one of 80 acres, one of 45 acres. Well watered and timbered. Good neighborhood; nice residences on two ot the farms. One farm Just three miles from Frankf and four miles. fort, others three and d cash required In hand, and deferred one, two and three years, at 6 per payments In or TUB cent. There wdl also be sold corn, hay. oats, 20 head ot stock cattle. CO sheep, 30 hogs, i fresh 2 reapers, horse power rollch cows, cutting boxes, mowers, wheat drill, buttgy, carDry riage, harness and other farming Implements. No Household or kitchen lurnlture for sale. H. S. JULIAN, Executor. Aug. P 'A w! I'i SHERIFFS SALE Millinery and one-hal- One-thir- Goods! selt-blnde- 30-3- 0 6 13 0 0 0 Win. O'DoimelPs 0 Place. FIFTY-FIFT- H 0 0 0 8 9- Totals Danville 0 24 9 Iunlngs 7 CHINA SILKS, OSTRICH TIPS, FLOW-ERFrankfort nil the lute styles ot HATS. Earned runs Danville 3. gg, Hennessey, Douglass. Two bate Come while the stock Is fresh una complete. Douglass. Three buse-hRemember ,the snle Is from day to tlur lit O'Bon-ueU- 's Home runs Conover 2. pluc-.on Muln street, next door to C. E. Stolen bases Reiman 2, Hennessey,. Newman 2 Collins 4 Bro. Aug. , Barrett, Goins, Stagg. 6, Frankfort 3. Lett on bases Duuvllle hlts-Stnlt 20-l- t. 12345678 010 101120 10301002 -T C GLUYE3, FANS. The entire stock of DRY GOODS una consisting of FLANNELS, WOMEN'S CORSETS. AND CHUDREN'a UNDERWEMl. NOTIONS. VELVETS. RIP-BON- S, S, BOURBON SEPT, M FAIR! 6, 7, 8 9, 10, 1892. First day free to ladies and children. $7Kf)Q FIRST 2:23 IN PREMIUMS! Three-year-ol- $7BOO r- Daktillx. , ab it In bh ro a b 4 4 4 1 1 to Conover. Double Bases on balls Off Conover 4. Batter bit (Joins. Struck out By Conover 6 ;Stagg 11. plays-Brecklu- rldge FARM FOR SALE Tuestwo-sto- ry u 1 .. - Hsnnessey. Conover, .b.s.s. jonse, , . 8. b, If . . Breckinridge, cf. . . . Wadiwotth, Douglass, c. Hardin, rf..'.. 1?, lb Totals l l l ...4100730i The Owensboro Club will meet the Frankforts at Lake Park next third. boys had had Club are expected Up this play hero next 1111111 thingstoprettytime thotheir own way, day afternoon, and tothe Pleasurevillo 124 Friday afternoon. much 4 5 4 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 o 6 0 4 0 4 0 1 1 Wild pltch-Sta- gg. Tlmo of gameTwo hours. Umpire Richardson. Passed balls Jones 4. 0, 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 34 Q 21 6 ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1892, class. $400. THE SALE OF THE LATE ALEX. FOURTH DAY. Green race, $300; 2:25 class, $400. Jullun's executor, will offer at public salo my FIFTH DAY. Yearling stake, closed with U furin In edge of Bridgeport, five miles from entries, $'JJ0; 2:40 class, $400. Frankfort, on the Louisville pike, consisting ot house upon It; well Running Races, Mule. Races, Bicycle Raoesi good 71 ucres, with watered, well Improved and adapted to dairy, Reduced Rates on all Railroads. garden farm or uny other purpose. OEO. ALEXANDER, Pres't. Terms mado known on day of sale. Aug. 2(K)t. GEO. W. CHINN. R. K. McCARNET, uec'y. Aug. 20-2- t. d DAY. and under, pace, $250; 2:27 class, trotting, 100. SECOND DAY stake, closed with 00 class. $400. i .13entrlfs. $400: class, pacing, $300; tbre-yeaTHIRD DAY old stake, closed with 7 entries, $400; 2:32 d ir-N- .tfr r. b 'rfP "inmiqUf, r - n va; 9 FRUIT Sft.. ,- CANS, FRUIT JARS J JELLY GLASSES, Porcelain Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers - m 25 5 At reduced prices. One quart bucket .' Two quart bucket $ Examine prices on Tinware. 14 cents. tt. Three quart bucket Four quart bucket Six quart bucket Eight quart bucket ....'..... 6 qt.., 5 10 10 15 Ten quart bucket . One quart coffee-po- t Two quart coffee-po- t . . 10 10 IS ; Three quart Four quart coffee-po- t coffee-po- t 20 .. . Vltf: , J? Four qt., 30c; 40c.; 8 7. ..KfSSSKK v sjsgc .'?h ; qt, 50 c; 10 qt, 55 c; 12 qt.. 60c; qt., 75c; 18 qt., 85c; 20 qt., $1.00; 24 qt., $1.25. Work solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. 14 qt., 65c; 16 Roofing, Guttering aim jou .; J Wil tJ w will preach OlIURCH .'Tv JET lJtm JLkSI . JL JZZj 1 J L jy J. k, i,,!,, -,- ,,,1 ,,BCt!iwI1 iT W I Religious. We would ministers and officers of churches! n the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish be greatly obliged to the made.l GHKiariAW ROV. T. E. Ut-terba- ck at 11 o'clock. No service at night. Episcopal. Crukch Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, being absent on his summer vacation, there will be no services from an Impoverished condition of for Please to Southern Presbyterian Church these letterscall or send at once con- resulting nnd a disordered state of the liver or Engineering, Law, Medicines. For unnuuticu-meathe blood apply to of instruction. If bowels. Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his a il. M. THORNTON. LL., D.. Ch.ilrman. morning at 11 venient for you to obtain them otherpulpit wise, I will forward by mail to any o'clock. No service at night. Notics to Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoriai address on receipt of a two-cent bration of the Four Hundreth AnniThe Temptation. Their Superior Ability in Trent ing Ob- W. GHIHH, versary of tho Discovery of America Minns Chronic Diseases is something To go out of doors In jouch weather Is not this celebration to be conducted strong, but we are, luuny or us, compelled to marvelous, huvo cured where under the auspices of America's fuce rough weather freuuently. AtftyRQEaREnp others have .given up to Diseases most representative institution, her which arise from n chill are peculiar to no die. Will practice in all State Courts. OfCommon Schools. The President of season of tlio rear. This Is true, therefore lice second floor, Custom House. the United States has issued a pro- there should be In the closet nf every hous- .Tun.30-ly- . clamation, under resolution of Congress, appointing Friday, October eholdwhat? Notof un uninedlcated anstimulant, excltlve M. BEATTY, anything but absolutely void 21st, 1892, as a general holiday for the action, but a tonic combining, In tlie eirectlve Attorney at Lav& Real Estate Agt. an alterative, the form of an. invlgorant and Eeople, and approving of the by tho schools, as the local Quality of defense luralnst changes of weather. BEATTYVILLE, LEE, CO. ' Stomach Bitters baa three or four centers, throughout the land. The Hostetter's that no other article of Its class properties IN LEE, BREATHITT. WOLKK. relieve Not State Superintendent has sent me possesses.which Itonly does It euros, Itthe com- PRACTICES Powell, Clay and otbei fortifies plaints also for teachers, trustees, and the sjhtem against eventually effects of changes counties.. the b.d others, copies of tho President's of temperature, fatatally and too often shown Sept.5-tIproducts "UNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA' proclamation, with some directions In the dwully form of "la grippe;" It condition as to plans that ought to bo adopted a radical change In the weakenedattacked by CHARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. ot asihtem peculiarly liable to b at an early day. It. and It tend- to provide oaalnst tho danger Next sension begins. 15th Sept. Course In Art, JR, at t&w. - tr w' J . 7 :y .' - t Rev. W. B. Cooper will occupy the First Presbyterian Church stamp. Mmim. lit:: pulpit morning at o'clock. No service at night. 11 County Superintendent. Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, Ind., says: ,lI tried Chamberlain's Cdfie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for diarrhoea and severecramps and pains in the stomach and bowels, with the best results. In tho worst cases I never had to give more than the third dose to eflecta cure. In moBt cases one dose will do. Besides its other good qualities, it is pleasant to take." 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. Thos. Hunter, jaaamuziaate iP3niU WS i"'3HAifis .. JL if1P0JflJ; ' ( The union services will be held evening at 8 o'clock in the Baptist Church. Rev. H. G. Henderson of the Methodist Church, will deliver the discourse. pulpit service at night. Sunday-school .m. Mnm dm V. ia.n , k dgtgSSrJb. jjJjjTl ifl''"rLl MASOMC ORDER OF 'THE KRANK-OR- T BYTemple Co., bids 'ill bo tece'.vedby the un1802, at C dersigned until Monday, Aui; 22d. o'clock P. M., for tho construction ot tl e 'Masonic Temple" on Ann street. Hlrta will be received for foundation and superstructure separately. Plans ami specifications for same r,xnr ci.ii be'seen nt o nice or L'niiea a a'-s-s Co., on ai.d after Monday Aug. 6. The nKiit -- esetvea oy mo isoaru w rejeci any or an u.us. UB,J mmTi " s,KBSS' ."& $?: 3--ft - .r ;:ffia.,5aiv4 'QRtW-V.- a rr.nstf Wi-&- Byorderof theBaardot Dlrectois, B. T. FARMFB EiSSS Aug. b-- titcrtjry. r3Hg lor, the pastor, Baptist Church iiev. will occupy morning. W. C. Tay- his No aoST IH QCATim. BISTEJQOAirrT. W.Gayle, Druggist. 48-l- at,9:30 a. m. G. mond. "Methodist Churoii Rev. H. toHenderson will occupy his pulpit No morrow morning at 11 o'clock. The L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip tickets to Ashland, Ky., August .service at night. convenes at 9:30a.m. 24 to 26 inclusive, good to return unRunday-schotil and on August 27, at one fare. usual The L. & N. R. R. will sell round The 'Oatuuhu t.hfiChurch of the Good Church nt. Qr,-0f. trip tickets to Richmond, Ky., will be con ifir,h tn Aiifrnsfc 21sfc. irood to re Shewherd ducted by Rev. Father James uorey, turn until and on August 23d, at the temporary pastor. m., low mass 2.82. High mass at 8 a. On of the at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:30 p. m. tho i .account R. will Sholbyville Fair & N. R. sell round trip tickets to above point August 23rd to Rev. C. T. Fay will preach at the 26th, good to return until and on AuBellepoint School-hous- e gust 27th, at one fare. afternoon at 3 o'clock and in tho evenOn account of encampment of ing at 8 o'clock. Knights of Phythias, at Kansas City. the L. Miles' Nerve ana Liver Mo., tickets & N. R. R. will sell round to Kansas, City, Mo., on trip Pills. August 19th to 22d inclusive, good to return until and on September 15th, Act on a new principle regulating at $8. the liver, stomach and bowels thougft the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. King's Royal Gcnucteur. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipathe medicine of the tion. Splendid for men, women and Smallest, mildest, surest. century, Its phenominal success as children. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at a Beller and jfavorite with the people y la fVio nnlrnnwWlf fid wonder of the J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. Based upon the medicine world. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, Rent The House for comframe house lately occupied by F. M. modern, and at once popular,houseMain mending itself as a necessary Scofield, on Campbell, between For terms apply to hold remedy. It advertises best by and Logan. its use. Specific for all Catarrhal William Craik. diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood It is without doubt the Castoria. Purifier. Children Cry for Pitcher's most reliable germ destroyer in and to the extent that the is correct, King'B Educational germ theory is the remedy. ItRoyal World's Fair is no Germeteur Exhibit. accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For Common Schools, ol Au-cruaPre-eminent- To Ashland and. Rich- ??yrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, .Mver ana JJCweis, cienuses me eya-tehead-:ii!?K- OjIS BNJOY0 Doth the method and results when IMDMO If WHITE'S 6REAM YfJUUEIlAE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. MClURDSOS-TATLOnill- Drs. Waller and Stockdale, The world renowned siieclallsts. of the Southern Mcdl'-- d Institute, Louisville, Ky., will be lit Frankfort. ; Capital Hotei, Aug. 20, 1892, every four weeks durliiRthe year. Jr3. wiiltr:indi3toc!lii e have lind years of experleneo In the lurgest hospltala In tlw country, are griuluatis of several of the best Colleges ana have lorn numbei of j ears made a specialty of all chronic nnd surgical diseases. They undertake no, incurable diseases but huvo cured hundreds given up to die. They treat successfully and do not take the case unless a cure can be guaranteed. Retnrnliii; - V FOR 20 YEARS m 45-l- two-stor- y s effectually, dispels colds, EVERYWHERE. nnd cures habitual PreparedSOLD nnd fevers CO,, ST.tQDlS. by Syrup of Figs is the constipation. only remedy ot Us kind ever produced, pleasing to tho fcisto and ac- PRESERVE YOUR EYES, ceptable to the stomach, prompt hi its action and truly beneficial m its eflects, prepared only from the moat healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists. may not have it on hand will proProf. Louis Landman, Sciencure it promptly for any one who of wishes to try it. Do not accept any tific and Practical Optician, substitute. street, Cincinnati, Ohio,' 159 Elm CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. (native of Austria), is in the city v Acute and Chronic Catarrh, .ringing in tli(! ears, Deafness, Diseases of the Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kid-ncUrinary nnd Itlnddor Troubles,' liright's Disease, Dyanepsia, Constipation Rheumatism Paralysis. j', Ky., Prostate Gland A. II. Smith, Danville, trouble; vb given up to die by all irenerol practiI consulted, and I myself gave up nil hope, tioners made my will and so arranged my business, was obliged to use QUhutuor every half hour. And now entirely well, cured by Drs, Walter and Stockdale. O. Jl. Thorn'. Frankfort, Ky f atarrh of ten years standing; am now completely cured by Drs, Walter and Stockdale. EPILEPSY OH FITS POSITIVELY CURED. DLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, Scroiula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by Improved and never falling remedies. DISEASES UF WOMEN, such as r.eucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains In back, relieved In short YOUN-AND MIDDLE AGED MEN auff erl'iir from Hpenn.ilorrhai, Impotency, Eruptions, the result of eirors or excees, should call before It Is too late, and guarantee u cure Superlluous hair and all eruptions on tho race permanently removed. Remember th date and come f arly, as their rooms are always crowded wherever they stop. Examination and consultation free, private and conlldentlnl They can refer you to hundreds of cases In your own State and every .state In the Union, wlilcu he has cured, uiuougtnom the following: Mrs. lnw. J. L. Stores. Darwin, ind., suppressed und painful menst rations. Mrs. Henry Gride r, Camden, Ind., Female Trouble. Mrs. it. W, Crockett, Delphi. Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. Gus Gin-ricUwasco, Ind., Lung Trouble. Mrs. Martha Wallace, Frankfort. Ind , Cancer of breast reor caustic. Miss Ilettle moved without knife Dloek, Mlchlganlown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. McCarty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. RoBa Cookson, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eye straightened. Mrs. Sarah Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and Asthma of long standing. Mrs. M. Clark, Mooresvllle, Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic. Miss Sarah Dougherty, Rocklleld, Ind., Epilepsey. Mm. Lancaster, Vlvalla. Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Martinsville. Ind., Catarrh. Doctors said would die with consumption. Is as well y as ever. Wm. A. Gard, Burlington, Ind., Kidney trouble for four years. years ago have not Dr. Walter cured me been tioubled since. Elijah Tolor, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not see utter business us ever. James Wyatt, Delphi, am as well y Ind., Could not hear and had a constant dlscharo from my ears. Dr. Walter cured me entirely, Geo, Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J, C. Canine, Waverliind. Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P, Seller, Greencastle, Cancer ot Eye. Mrs. Mary Jones, Edlnburg, Bright Disease. These names are given by permission and they request that till sufferers should write them In regard to their cuse. They also huvo many testimonials from patients having beta cured of private diseases but do not publish them oven by permission but will furnish them upon application, Address h, . m tM - 7 - ..'if .'. ' ' i time. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, LOUISVILLE, XY. fEW YORK, H.t. at the MANHOOD RESTORED. "BAHATIVO." KENYON HOTEL tho -- & ex-istan- WonderfulBoldSpauUh wltli lteuitdy, ! Written Guarantee NeiTOin Dil to curs nil ewitt, tuch m Weak Memory, Lots of Brain Power, Ucatlacht, w if- - ! Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ill plain cnyelope. Mention tliia paper. MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Ilrancl. Office for U.S. A. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, 368 Dearborn Street, CUIC'AGO, ILL. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KY., UY and all Skin Eruptions, and posiCARPENTER DrUQQiSt. tively cures Piles, or no pay re- P is guaranteed, to give quired. It South J3ictj. School System . or money re August 2. Of our academies, normal schools, perfect satisfaction, colleges and universities. funded. Price 25 cents per box. NOTICE. 3. Of our special, technical and For sale by SouthSide drug store, professional schools. Carpenter. P. H. At his suggestion tho State Super. ..FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLKAS. intendent has sent to this office cirFon Sale -- I offer for sale my DKr,LKDANCitoFr,HAilm'r,AoPlir8., ") I Equity. of direction for every teacher culars vs. and school trustee in tho county, property on Third, between Main Maud Bhinkwouth, 4c, Defts. J South Frankwith a few for distribution among and Logan streets, in to All persons hitvlng clnlms uicalnst the ettnte of who may take an active inter- fort. Apply for terms ethers Hullo ll.innfr .!oAtllu.il nr hflKihl nntlflAil tn E. A. Fellmer. est in tho matter. produce them before me, proven a required by f.i.u xn.nl.Dfnritha'Wliliirnf liiinia) IM' The World's Congress Auxiliary of "" " CROMWELL, m.Com'rK.O.t;. P. hove the Columbian Expositiona Cele- - Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Aug.O-S- t steps to taken tho initiatory bian Exposition for Kentucky have designated one of their number, Mr. Young E. Allison, to have charge of fho Department of Liberal Arts, which will include an Educational Exhibit, as follows: 1. A presentation of our Common OrncE of Sur'T of Fkanklih Co., Aug 18, 1892. To Teachers of both Public and Private Schools of Franklin County: The Board of the World's Colum- sale by Chapman & Williams. 10 Beforo & After Use.lI Photoerephcd from lire. Bucklen'B A.rnica Salve. The best salve in the world foi XtrrouinfM.Lu- Itti.u alt itr.lni mnn or power or the iou ZlS,.?! OTer.iertion, youthful lndlicretlona, or Hie "Wf'y8 OMOiiouacco, opium, or Biimuiumn, wiiii.ii u......., lfftd to Infirmity, Coruumjitlon and Itiwtiltr. rut up Price Inconvenient form to carry In th Tut pocket. clve a a package, or 0 for $5. Willi every 5 order we """" i written guarantee to cure or refund the Circular money. Tlent by mall to any address. Address, free 1 ft 13-l- 5-- iy 40-t- f. comes highly recomended by a great number of noted physiciins and prominent citizens of Kentucky and Ohio, as tohis superior qualification in his profession and to bis honesty. He has been in this city for the past three weeks, has adjusted glasses for a great number of persons, among the number are Mrs. Dr. Williams, Dr. Lucy, Dr. Thompson, Dr. James, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Fortune, Mrs. Judge Sneed, Mrs. James Saffell, Mrs. Overton and Mr. Shipman at the Farmers Bank. Everybody pronounced his work scientific and more perfect than any optician who ever visited this city. He will remain one week longer. Call and see him or send him word and he will call at your residence, will examine your eyes and when glasses are really needed, will ad- Drs. just them to same at a very reasonable price. Examination and test of vision free. The Professor i.U w vft I to 1 ;.vi - A . Walter and Stockdale, No. 620 Fifth street. :4 Louisville, Ky. ijtU ' ?JA M. . 1 ' I, lJ,l tbk -- & '- ,.' il ffl vr.rCLAa.cii;e w . - -. ..,---- ,.- ,, 0 oi -- . j-- m e ?v - jc ojfjti- - ,, , m k ! r I THE "KENTUCKY m s(sar-E-Riiii-tsrc- rr n? M , '! ' ; jtty, (Cut Showing frame tx) Binull A.. ) 111 ST. Will be nt M. SELBERT'S JKWELRY STOItE, 5t. Chlr s'rwt, Frankfort, Ky.. Monday. Tuesday and Woduesday, August '), 0 mid 31, wiw e li will correct nil Tron of iilra'Uon scientifically wltb rUeUcullst'KTtiitC'aie. "Optliiliuiupp." "ItPtuosfope," Ktfi.itntivipo mid otliers to verify. "I'res-byobl"Hvpermereuia. or Tar sight." "M)obla nr nfar-sjlit.Astiiciiubl i or musculir waknt-si- , oroWsUnt."allHni)lu. mii iij id ul n'xilnm' or mtUinUlsin. etc.. will tell you of nny patholojl-a- l or dcctus-'dcmd- l Do dot allow Inlou of the ey . Nouliirge for examinations competent and Itinerant HclMtle I optl iau test a. id lit your ojes, for with ti.e four . re'ia-tljnthouniidiindupwunluf ormr-Uptl't U a vle'ico. atultlia optician oiwlit to hive his diploma of qimlltluitloiK th omin m llcr me i. All fra nes and glasses, unless life I are Injurious. In an fr.tm th das acts as a weak prism and proluoes nstheuo-bla- , etc. In glaws fo sttonf; or ul i, tile tendency will lie to Increase the ma adv. Frames made to order and to suit faces. I.piisjs uro ruJ to urdnr. (Sold Klajsea from $:J.5o up.vard. Steol specks as low as 150 cents. All tlio latest N v York and EnclNIi stjlos In eyeglasses and specks to helect from. If your head aches u)e burn or wutew !!it blur, mid our gluuses don't suit, come and consult me. " ror-rect- TEA RfLt) OQRUGE SPOOLS, silver) SnS&JBuSug -- 1 . 1 "?i& 4; JL J THE LEADING JEWELER, t 233 ST. Hnltu HTrkiiaflinlrl flint incut m OXj-AJEE- B STZKZEZET', I i - ? Tit. lis the finest remedy in the world. Jt absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Frankforf San tarv Institute R. ROGERS & SON, Liquor, Morphine and Tobacco Habits Ask at Our Store for a New i'M j- - t w Iw. mi i Is now in successful operation for the treatment of the Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. vPiles liko magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing mannor. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Can he Cures Coughs and Oolch. OFFICE LOCATED AT taken internally. A positive specific tfor Pneumonia. Cute, Bruises, Burns, 105 niHl 10 Aim Street, CAPITAL HOTEL BLD'G, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns arid Bunions are cured quickly: With IDr- - G-- . IE71- - 1?lX02nn;pS0n. in charge, and condifferent from all else: superior to all sulting physicians, Drs. E. E. HUME and G. W. CHINN. else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpen- This is an opportunity of being permanently relieved of the terrible ter's South Side drug store. diseases, Alcoholism and Morphine. Our remedy is a 5-- ly Domri c wwrL uxew ideas fiitnta Bright, -1 RIR.QPri have only a few of them, but every lady should have one.. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about 1 UiJ We m 1 BISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. K s JBrief Way 'I 'iff ' u ji - Absolute Cure Saturday, August 20th, Kentucky Complete, No. 7 will run to Midland train Which is Guaranteed. Georgetown one hour ahead of time to accommodato those who wish to J. W. GAYLE, attend the Convention at George- V. L. CLARK, Secretary. town. President. aug.20 3m C. D. Bnitc-AW. G. P. &P.A. . Political. and Permanent ! Free to$those who ask for it. Remember the place, St. Glair St., opp Court House. o W Jr ,(3 Tlic Old Original Remedy Deafness Cau't be Cured Scientific and Interesting: Discussion. Leads. Sick people iihould not be deceived by pretendors who talk about . "germs," "baccilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, and for years , has been, making more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be deceived. uMi-crobi- ," y. . &:;.: mt iJC-'-" W&ii Forks of Elkliorn. yield. Ai 'T' Copius showers since report of last week. Corn crop promises an excellent face. Mrs. Potriohas moved into her new house. Mrs. Amanda French and Messrs. Calvin Greenup and Llewellyn Holton have each been quite sick during the past week or two. Mr. J. A. Holton and Willie Parrent, who have been sick, are convales' cing. Quite a number of our people attended the funeral of Mr. W. J. Chinn, at Frankfort, last Monday, thoreby testifying to his worth as a true man. The Franklin Association of United Baptists will convene with Buck Run Church, ac this place, next Wednesday and Thursday, August 21th and 25th, 1892, Rev. W. C-- Taylor to preach the introductory sermon, Rev. J. It. Sampey, D. D., alternate. Several of our people attended the Elkhom Association of United Baptists, at Great Crossings Church, in Scott county, last Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Buck Run and Providence Churches had a union service at the latter place last Sunday, Rev. Dr. Whitsitt, of Louisville, preached the sermon. Mrs. Eliza Warren and children have returned to their homo in Louisville from a three weeks' visit to friends and relatives in this vicinity. Tho farmers are engaged in plowing, preparatory to fall seeding. The momborB of the Christian Ohuroh at this place are very much improving their church house by applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When tho tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous surBy local Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrn) that we cannot cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, freo. F. J. OHEENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. by druggists, 75 cents. COLUM During the session of the American Dental Association, held at Saratoga in 1891, at which wore present many distinguished professors representing a number of leading universities of the United States, among the number Harvard, Northwestern, New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, Iowa and others, a discussion of electricity as a thereapeutic agent was introduced by a very excellent paper read by Prof. John S. Marshall. During this discussion Dr. W. H. Morgan, formerly President of the association and and most highly esteemed by that distinguished body of scientific men, who had been accustomed to aee him on his crutch and cane, after telling of the wonderful benefits derived by him from the use of the Electropoise, stepping across tho hall without crutch or cane amidBt applause from his delighted friends, continuing, said: 'I am free from pain: I sleep liko a baby; niy digestion is first rate, and I have no well-know- n BM OF -- FIRE IS. CO. A.dZE325ZO-A-H u Capital Proposed Surplus Proposed Office, 303 and 304 $500,000 50,000 "The Commerce." A - A r W"' J -- v , v I: m issroosieo'.Es'iroiKSL Gen. Fayette Hewict, John Stites, A. L. Schmidtt, B. H. Hurt, C. B. Sullivan, J .a ri . fa V, p.. . f V m hi papering, painting, &o. Mr. Thomas Whittington has the best growing crop of tobacco wo have seen this season. He's a hustler and don't you forget it. If the common schools would adopt the plan of Saturday sessions instead of Monday a hotter state of case would exist in point of progress of reasons might bo Supils. Many of this proposition but in proof not necessary to be mentioned at this time. Mr. Jao. Wigginton and family and Mis? Stella Cannon have returned homo from a visit to relatives in Scott county. ,i I . ' When Baby wxs sick, r 6 gUYO her Coatorla. When sho was a Child, sho crlod for Castorla. When the became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. When she had Children, sho gave- - them CaatorU. Henry Mayers, Paul Jones, Judge Clias. S. Grubb, A. W. Hart, interrupted pulsation of the heart, Hon. W. O. Bradley, M. L. Downs, Carey Peter. offors the from which I had suffered since 1867, The Kentucky Midland when my friends all thought I was following reduced rates: 1 throughout transact a fjeneral insiuance to f United States. August 13, Niagara Falls and return, goingand die soon.I am am in my 73d of Will above capital and surplus has businesssubscribed for.theThe people of been the believe going to renew Kentucky return, 88.72; year 7.72; Toronto and solicited the leinaining 2,500 do sulcribe dollars of Thousand Islands and return, 12.72. my youth.thatI couldnot know on any are each sharetowill be paidfor onl, and in addition shares of $100 each. Forty will be in bo put, thereto $10 upon eich share valuation it in of August 20, Ohicago and return, dollars. I do not know whether I contributed by the shareholders to create a surplus fund of $50,000. The company S3. 72. August 23, Detroit, Mich., and re- would begin in the thousands or tens will isue a participating policy to its open Slock subscription hookri are now at the office of the COLUMBIAN FIRE of thousands, or whero. It does some turn. $r.72. very wonderful things under my eye, INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA, 303 .md 304 The Commerce, Louis1C to 20, Nicholasville and AugiiBt not only for myself, but for two or ville. return 1.21. HARRY R. RUSH will repiescnt the COLUMBIAN FIRE and solicit subscrip23 to 27, Maysville and re- three others who are very near to August tions to the capit-- 1 stock. lie will be in the city at an early date. me. turn, i'2.70. Aug. 6 4t. Dr. Abbott, Professor in the Dental Augu8t24, Georgetown and return, Department of tho University of New $0.92. York, said: 'I would like to emphaAugust 21, Paris and return. 1.00. size so September B to 10, Paris and return, as awhat Dr. Morgan has said, go. far To off patient's testimony will I S1.20. have had similar results with tho O. D. BEHOAW. DIXIE'S FW0IJITE. FOq THE WOODS OF THE SOUTtf same instrument Dr. Morgan speaks If HJS (10 EQUL G. F. & P. A. of, and, if anything even more reTh patent by which this Saw Is protected consists of a depression of tho fnco of tho markable. I would not part with cutting teeth through the center from point to base, thus removing all friction whllo IKterit Wins. In use, giving strength and stillness to the teeth and Increasing threo-folthat little instrument, which I cm tho durability of tho "sot." WJB CHALLENGE THE WOItia to prodnco n Sorr We desire to say to our citizens, carry in my pocket, for any amount of money." equaling the ATUIX2 FAST CUTTING DJCXTEK. that for years we have been selling Dr. Shepherd intimated that such Dr. King's New Discovery fo cures might result from faith, or mind ,'onsumprion, Dr. King's New cure. Dr. Tuft replied: ''Dr. Morgan Life Pills Kucklen's Arnica Sa'.vc not that kind of a man. He is not is r wKTffrtmi?WHmWr a md Electric Bitters, and have man who will believe anything and PKICEss,,vcr Stool, Inclnrtlitg XTnndlos), 81.00 per foot. Aii,i5jHpcclrtl atccl, Wltliout UauuIcN. .70 per foot. never handled remedies that sell everything that everybody tells him. given such There must bo an appeal to hia judgDCIMADC nr IM9lTAlIAk!A as well or that have ment and reason before ho will universal satisfaction. We do not believe, and I do not think that His V10 larB0 demand for tho Atkins Concave Tooth Dexter Saw has led competitors to mako Saws which thoy claim "as ood as the Doxter.'" Theso Imitation Saws aro mado from a hesitate to guarantee them every assent had any thing to do with tho Inferior lower grado of steel, inferior workmanship, uud without tho patent concave tooth. influence this apparatus had on him." Ask your hardware dealer for tho "Atkins Dkxtkr" and take no other. If tho dealer will time, and we stand ready to reDr. Morgau assured them: 'A not order It for you, remit amount with order direct to us. fund the purchase price, if greator infldol on tho subject of all Indianapolis, Ind. Memphis, Tenn. results do not follow their that occult influence that my friend Ri P ATKINQ 06 use. These remedies have won (Dr. Shopard) speaks of than I am L. j, Minneapolis. Minn. Chattanooga, Tennd doos not exist this side their great popularity purely on I simply state tho facts." of Jordon. Mch 12 Gin e. 0. w. their merits. - For sale by Condensed from tho report of tho 1 P. H. Carpenter, Druggist. dicoussion as given on pages 263-1- -5 ANNOUNCEMENTS. of tho May, 1892, number of "Items BOY LOST. If you want sulphur water, fresh of Interest," a scientific journal pubFOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. from the Murray well, left at your lished at Philadelphia. Wo are authorized to announce Judge IRA TUK 1CTH DAY OF JUNE, lSTi. A HOT For information in regard to residenco every morning, leave AnOUT 15 H'urn of nge, tunned Curtis Law- JULUN ns candidate for circuit Judce in tho A homo euro for disoaso orders at W. H. Avorill's drug store, rence, taken by Dr. Ilobert (Jitie irom tho Baptist Judicial district composed or Bourbon. Fninklln, tho U. S. Express ofllco or H. R. without medicine, address Orphau'H Homo, Louisville. Ky., left tho house ocott and Woodford counties, subject to tho of J. a. riurcc. In Franklin county, Ky.. and has action ot the Democratic party, Williams' grocery. Illinois A' Welti), l)r. or Mr. of slneo by not been J&jjr-So- ld L,ov Rates on tlie Midland. & MJT One-hal- policy-holder- s. W V- 1 4 r m ,1 iff Mine' Fateof 4 Mum Baxter, vfl .i n f, '" .Tl d 1 Mim i rp i' k.' satif-factor- y Pfl lU., . . , .Al ''ft" 1A y Eleo-tropois- e 11 S.' 23-t- f. 'i. (. V first class second Corner Fourth anil Jellerson, phaetons for sale. LonisUlle, Ky. Call and seo them If you want a bargain. Mabtin Bkos. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Wo have somo hand buggioB and 30-t- f. Room 10, Norton Block, heiml either dale Fltrce. The boy Is of medium height mid nelirht for 11 boy of 15 )f.irs, dink eies, mid dark liojr. thick and heav) ; he has a rather down look and Any information of the Is rather titlkatlu). whereabouts of tho boy will be uteatly appreciated by Dr. dale, or JOHN S. HKRCE. Jit. Aug Peak's Mill, Ky. ao-2- t. JFOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. Wo aro authorized to uniiounce Hon. C. A. HOARD, ol Scott county, as u candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney In this Judicial ,v fliU '' . 1 SsTsT District, composed ol Bourbon, Franklin, Scott and Woodfora counties, subject to tho action ot the Democratic party. ' ' . , '.i.:&rtlt ,riTiHH '- ,- w Jrntui m w, "& .! k-- i Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. T STARKS. Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. mm e GKwear sale SEE WINDOW The Last Gall! Good Until September the 10th. light-colore- 560 Straw Hats, one-hal- f f j price. Vfi 75 Vests, linen onlv 15c. each. alpacas, &c, This is unusual with us but we can not See our 25c. avoid it. We have, on account of the extreme Drawers, worth d many spring 40c, See what 25c ot summer suits left; we must sell them, and 35c. will do. See our SuspenSee the Great Sacrifice! ders, only 15c, d worth 25c. spring suits that were All our $12.50, $15.00 and $18.00; go at $10.00. See our Trunks on 2d floor. mt IHtm Sale! SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY! light-coloreo-cn- vvv-.- , .12 ws CRUTCHER FRANKFORT-.cmsaanraw'smagKf -- & ANDMaa m STARKS, -- LOUISVILLE. iwm sinuation or statement by anyone in any way that I acted in any other light than an honorable one, is as base and cruel as it is false. I would respectfully suggest to all those having complaints to make to get a copy of the law and read it. Very respectfully , D. M. Slie Committed Suicide. .letter: "My husbnnd Forgive me if I cause you troublo, but I suffer so. "You do not know what these long, wakeful, wretched nights are to me, .and I am so tired, darling the pain will never bo better. It is not easy to take my own life, but I have been my husband. :sick so long. Good-bye- , one of J love you your wife." This isinstead the thousands that gives up, of using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, and being speedily cured of their wretchedness. Go to J. W. Gayle and get an elegant book and 6 trial bottle free. Mrs. F. 0. Cone, at Paris, left this SRWUlUI S Yt' ffiliriVflTfll wli ambition writa paclal, tiara'!, wttaom and lntIllfn raailia you Dir paraeaal iitnuon. i uu. rtika to brltflr au;gait I Jttl If ta writU. jrCM VWI. CROMWELl W ATTORNEY-AT-LA- TILER'S BUCKET -- H R H H all MMMiMiBiiHaauaHkat '... fx- i Woodson. HiWLwKSwkTfejWPKSXkYr '.. Grave Mistakes. i annar iai,uk Ic an raid and wilia, and !i, fur luatrucilux, tiMr tat tnr paraoa nullljtnl JRJBAr, JSSrATJB JLGEWT. PBACTICE IN THB COUBT8 0 FrnnUlD And tb dJolnlng countlei, will alto siT8 tpclal attention to the purebww: and sale of Mtate), eollectlon of rrnu tUdni (koi tho MfoMMJon of loni. EMU. 'M IK f w- - ft w It aarln Physicians frequently make mis- msmm i i i a acalltias.th.ii oma Moore's Poultry wbtra. Remedy. gUHB HOTHIHa BUT PftES, ir thay lira. takes in treatment of Heart Disease. will alio fumlrf A SURE and CERTAIN CURE The rate of sudden deaths is daily inUa altuatioa Dlojmaut. ar known for IB years as tho BEST creasing. Hundreds become victims yoa can klch that amount. REMEDY FOR PILES. of the ignorance of physicians in the i . . tsn fe."j wi n rrcalvanoth-nPrepared barca Balalne UlCIUUDSOit.TAYLOU MKD. CO., BT.MnS. treatment of this disease. One in S THE OLDEST POUTRY BRMEDY ON THE land unlaaa market. Postlvely prevents and cures four has a diseased heart. Shortness aa abora. H.lhlnr difficult of breath, palpitation and fluttering, to lean,, or that Communicated. pulse, choking scnaation, irregular requlraa mticb Kentucky Training School. CHOLERA AND GAPES. Uiua. I dratra hut asthmatic breathing, pain or tender- on. paraou from Mt. Sterling, Ky. county: To the citizens of Franklin i ness in side, shoulder or arm. weak each dlitrlet or county. I liaraal More then pays for Its use In the extra produc Some few weeks ago I was appoint-- 1 hungry spells, are symptoms of Heart 'raady taufht and tlon of od bv Judee Williams, wholly with Disease. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure yYWGrzrfss&s- - x5S&g.5as provldad with larce a Sjrnumhtr who ar. .' out solicitation on my part, as one of is the only reliable remedy. Thous liKwBIIMII n orerTlirte lhouand Dorleraa Tear, n.w, the ands testify to its wonderful cures. aolld.aure. Full partlrnlara IVee. Afleryou aaah. All laIfjreu the commissioners to SE S2r know all, This Books free. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 6 "ncluda to rd no fiutlir, why, no harm it done. Addrtia, county into magisterial districts. - C. ALI,n.V, nx !, AuKii-tMulua. A practical, homelike, Military ichoolwlth colleg. appointment was by virture 01 Dec.B-Jy- . Get a trial box. late course. Number limited: rooms full last rear. authority vested in the County Judge To Niagara. Apply early. Major C. W. FOWLER, Superintendent ' by a recent act of the present Legis.July lature and approved by the Governor The L. & N. Railway will sell round July 20th. The law is imperative and requires trip tickets to Niagara Falls, via Erie CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, DANCING CLASS. DISTILLKRY, NOW a strict compliance with its provis- Railroad, on the morning of Aug. A SMALL In operation, for sale cheap. Only $4,000. 25th, good to return until and on ions. The county Judge and the comA r uu Durham. Appiy to 7.72. M. T.MITCHELL, missioners were simply the instru- Aug. 31st, at W. W. Alexander, mmmm druggists- Jai.23-tf- . Frankfort Ky. STRAUSS' CLASS IN ments or servants to execute that law. MISS KATIE at Capital Hotel. Duy.i DANCING Agent. open of Tuition HeadQuurters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS If any fault is to be found, if any Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings nt one is to blame, let it bo saddled on 10 o'clock. AJ.D SUNDRIES. jun f Ib Marriage a Failure. the authors of tho law. In illustration of the folly of some Finest SODA WATER in Frankfoxt, of the complaints I have heard, wo Have you been trying to get the April will take for instance a voter living best out of existence without health in Peak's Mill, it being a voting place. in your family? Have you been He goes to the polls contentedly and woaring out you life from the effects votes and doesn't care a cent for his of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and neighbor in Elmville riding away Indigestiou? Are you sleepless at over to Peak's Mill to vote, but just night? Do you awake in tho morning suppose we turn the thing the other feeling languid, with coated tongue way and instead send the Peak's and sallow, haggard looks? Don't do Mill man to Elmville to vote, what a it. A shout in tho camp tolls how howl would bo raised and how nat Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer has ural; in other words, as lopg as we cured others; it will cure you. Trial are making meat of Peak'B Mill and package free. Large size 50c. at , bones of Elmville it is all right with Ohapman & Williams. J Peak's Mill. 40 Yet here is a stern edict of the law. Tho voters at tho mouth of Glenn's To Covington. Greek muBt go to tho junction of tho Georgetown and Versailles pikes to soil The L. &N. Hug. 3D, 31, sept. 1, 2, 3 cast their suffrage or not vote at trip tickets to Railroad will Ky., round Aug. Covington, by all a goodtebtof thoir patriotism good the way and so on in other.portions 23u, 2.72. to return until August 29th, at tho county. of TENNIS, I Competition Open to tho World, Freol W. W. Alexander, If the law is objectionable why not Agent. Has its irresistible, charms for the young cry out for a ropeal instead of blamThe Most Attraotlvo Prooram Ever Offered m and beautiful, so have the ing the judge and commissioners who Glad Tidings. could not do better than they have .StCIaiiO TWO RACES EACH DAY! ' done. So far as my own acts as com' rTREET.'SBASaesa Tho grand specific for tho prevail are concerned, i nave no missioner AND CHILORtN ADMITTCD ing malady of the' age, Dyspepsia, apoJogy to offer. PR (PPT LADItSrnEC thc FineT oy. I have listened to friendly sugges- Liver Complaint. Rheumatism, c IH'j tZTtl aVCntf H IVVJ 3M i E aB Zt T 31 I General Debility, etc., is tions and have actod under oath with LUt Spoolnl Tralna on All Rnllroada the others without any undue in- Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This l. Exouralon Raloa, fluence. I did not know such a law herbal tonio stimulates tho We Make A Specialty Of Jot furthor and catilcgua, addrou th Stcnluj, Judge Williams ige stive organs, regulates tho syswas in existence until These Corsets. notified me on tho street of his selec- tem to vigorous health and energies. GEO. II, WHITNEY, Prealdont. tion and decision to appoint me to Samples free. Largo packages 60o THOS.Ii. MAEIW, Secretary. WEITZEL & 0'DOMELL. 46 the position, and any intimation, in- - Sold by Ohapman & Williams. July and TJ KfeTL $ SSfc w t--- .$mm!k ! f iriouilr. how ( aniThraa Thail- will work Indna- - ml t Dollr.ta i I 1tU1 Mill 1) hh a; rV. I "" M u. FOR SALE. SOUR-MAS- t. a aai 18-t- LEXmeTON, KY., Y; Uaaaa i i erci7jEtiTt; a ! T9?MWimt MJZ,S uus M a? m!V Oos-tiveno- 'e& a afl ZM I? 1 a mtiii in.'.-aj'Jo-a i..