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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892082701 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. The Volume XV. Frankfort Roundabout. A ii GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advanoe Vj FRANKFORT, KY., AGTIUST 97, 1890. Number 51 I IP ""; Falrview. The Argument Used I '2 vm lasmnAt baking the makers of the second-clapowders to induce the dealer to push them off on Royal consumers is that they cost less than Royal and afford ihe dealer much more profit. !:- But you, madam, are charged the same price for them as for the absolutely pure, Royal, v;Kich ' is perfectly combined from the most highly refined rtnA ww..w. r . VAiwiyv. ,i..u.o. Tlip lnwfT nncf n( the yAlk Wnonci'vA mofrinlc ":. ' ' 4 '.'f others is caused by the cheap, impure materials v""'used in them, and the haphazard way in which BV ra they are thrown together. Do you wish' to pay the .price ofjthe Royal for an inferior baking powder, made from impure goods, of 27 per cent, less strength? If you buy the other powders, insist upon having 3. corresponding reduction in price. Hi n kY ss J - Report of the Fairview Publ.'c School for the month ending Augu.t 26th, 1802: Florence Ridd e Do, Bertha Powers 90, Nolllo Powers 1)3, Nannie Nowkins 94, Afflo Clifford 94, Daisy Tracy or, iona Smither 98, Iva Riner 91, Annie Riner 94, NevelThompson97, George Thompson 91, Minnie Horndon 9:2, Emma IlurndonOO, John Hieatt 83, Susie Hieatt S7, Mark New kirk 85, Cheater Hemdon 83. Lester Newkirk 75, Plan Powers 78, Drucilla Thompson 71, Grover C. Smither J(J, Sue Powers CO, Lou Hieatt 08, Ira 52, Ira Tracy 57, Willie 55, Oscar Shoush 45. Parents will find it greatly to the interest of the child to see that it las no tardy or absentee marks. Systematic and constant effort will be nlndo to interest pupils and to stimulate them to a thorough and diligent exercise of their intellectual and morwill al faculties. Your greatly aid in making the work successful. Geo. D. Hancock, Teacher. Mc-Quinl- in h for Infants and Children. Catorl euros Colic, Constipation, Bour Stomach, Dlarrhooa. Eructation, Zilia Worms, girea Bleep, and promote restlon, Without injurious medicatloB. dl Hock-ersmit- " Castorl a U o well Adapted to children thi I recommend 1 tiui superior to mypreecription known to mo." II. A. Aucnxn, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. "The uae of ' Castoria Is sounlTereal and its merits bo well known that it eoems a work of supererogation to endonw it Few are the intelligent famllloa who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." , Carlo JLitiTrK, D. D City. New York Bloomincdalo Reformed Church. Late Pastor " - For scYeral years I hare recommended your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. PiitDBi, M. D., M The Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Are., New York City. 77 A n j Ttt CaxTAua Comimxt, Murrat Stomt, Nsw York. ,- Reduced Rates Will be made by the Queen & Orescent Route and Louisville Southern R. R.. account the following named occasions: At Midway, Ky., Colored Baptist Agents at Picnic, August 27th. Georgetown, Lawrenceburg and intermediate points will sell excursion Feb. 13-l- ( 3 BROWER.SCOTT&FRAZEE, tickets. At Lexington, Ky., County Pair, , 5ft S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. below on top of Jack. Both were 12th. considerably bruised but no bones Middlesboroujjh, Ky., Kentucky At Annual Conference M. E. Church, MiBses Lizzie McEwan and Lizzie broken. Powoll, of Frankfort, visited MrB. Quite a number of boys called on Sept. 7th. For further information as to rates Hiatt last week. Miss Prudie Hulett Sunday last. etc., call on ticket agents or addrebs Frank Kavannugh, of Frankfort, Among the many were Bob Sudduth, D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, Jack Hulett, Henry Uhlsm and O. visited his undo here, this week. Richard Pryor. CONMr. Augustus Clements and J. D. Benson Valleys played the South Mrs. H. E. Wei man, .TVlarcum, of DoFoo, visited the family boys last of Mr. P. E. Kavanaugh the last of Frankfort the scorein Frankfort 5 in Saturday, standing 8 to No., 2 Linn St., Janesville,Wis., under the week. favor of the Benson Valleys, as they date of June 16, writes the following: B. B. Qravos attended church at always do. They tried in vain to de- - Kenyon &Thomas,8irs: I was confined . t l. t .w lint-fanf Lebanon Saturday. 4UUU VUUIUi VUV flmv nrtt.lrl fl VIIUJ bUUlU III? lilbllljlf to my bed four months with inflammawith Bain's balls, while our boys. tion of tlio right ovary; had a good Miss Patsy Kavanaugh who has Dans with oatteu .renn been visiting friends at Pleasurevillo, sticks, chunks merchant's they could physician, tried almost everything, or anything got very littlo help until I tried your .New Castle and Frankfort, came get hold of. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, about 2iomo Saturday. We must reduce our immense stock of , The Daisies. four months ago. It has done wonMr. Willie Hughes, of Harper's ders for me. I can do quite a good Ferry, will teach our school. clay's work. I have every reason to Fell Dead. Several of our boys visited the believe that it will entirely cure me. voung ladies in Clements' Bottom These words are very familiar to I am also using your Dr. Hale's RuibJw Sunday. our readers, as not a day passes with- Household Tea with good results. Sinceroly yours, sudden death of report of "Our farmers are encouraged by the out theprominent the Mrs. H. E. Wellman. some citizen. The exlate rains. Tobacco is looking well; planation is' 'Heart Diseases." ThereThis great medicine is for sale at corn considerably injured by the fore beware if you have any of the Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. drouth. 3 following symptoms: Short Breath, Our apple crop is very near a fail- - j Pain in Side, Smothering Spells, Swollen Ankles, Asthmatic BreathLow Rates on tlie K. HI, ure. ing, Weak and Hungry Spells, TenPlenty of hogs in the country. derness in Shoulder or Arm, FlutterThe Kentucky Midland offers the ing of Heart or Irregular Pulse. following reduced rates:' And will continue our GREAT BARGAIN SALE fifteen days We have a beef company. Rip Van Winkle. These symptoms mean heart disease. August 30, Niagara Falls and reThe most reliable remedy is Dr. turn, $7.72. longer. If in need of any thing in the above mentioned lines, it will Miles' Now Heart Cure, which has August 30, Toronto, Canada, and Duty. to saved thousands of lives. Book of return, $8.72. testimonials free at J. W. Gayle's C. F. August 30, to Thousand Islands and pay you to come and see us. First come, firbt served. Everybody 1ms at times failed to who also sells the New Heart Cure. 1 return, $12.72. do their duty towards themselves. September8, Montreal, Canada, and Brower & Co.'s old stand. Hundreds of lady readers suffer from return, $15.22. Another Reduction. aick headache, nervousness, sleepSeptember 8. to Quebec, Canada, lessness and female troubles. Let and return $17.72. , C. D. Bercaw, them follow the example of Mrs. H. Saturday, August 27th, the KenG. P. A. Herbechter, Stevens Point, W1b., tucky Midland Railway will sell who for five years suffered greatly tickets to Chicago and return at from nervous prostration and sleep- $8.00, limited to return August lessness, tried physicians and differ- 31st, via the C, H. & D. R. R. This ent medicines without success. But will be tho cheap excursion of the one bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine season. When Baby was lck, w garo her Castoria. .caused sound sleep every night and August 28th the rate to Cincinnati When she was a Child, aho cried for Castoria. ahe Is feeling like a now person. Mrs. and return will bo $1.05. Castoria, Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. Elizabeth Wheeler, Laramie City, September 3, 4, 5 and 6 to New When he beoame MIm, she clung to "Wyoming, who tried all other reme- Orleans and return at $20.06, account When she bad Children, she gavo them Castoria. dies, declares that after three week's of the great fistio contest. Special use of the Nervine for Headache, veBtibulo from Georgetown to New Nervous Prostration, etc., she was Orleans September 4th. entirely relieved. Sold by J. W. O. D. Bercaw, 1 3ayle. Trial bottle free. G. F. & P. A. LeCompte'9 Bottom. Augubt 30th to Sept. 3rd. At Erlanger, Ky., Licking Association Particular Baptists, Sept. 9th to OUR GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE TINUED. , $ A Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Lace Curtains, I Pnrtiers and Wallpapers, :1 rail doTlieir . "- - ' h 'i BROWER, SCOTT & FRAZEE, ) i Benson Valley. !H ? ,' Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition. 'If .you are aitliotod with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy as direotod, giving it a fair trial, and experience no bonefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did wo not know that Dr. King's New could bo rolled on. It never dlsappointa. Trial bottles free at Phil. Oabpentbu's Drug Store. 2 Large size 60c. and $1.00. Dis-covcr- Fair To See .M ,ilW .r3-.4jr T THE BROWHIE BEADY FOR BUSINESS! list this week. very 111. Moat Hall atid son are on the sick "V : Mrs. Celia Spalding Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Syl Sudduth, who is We are still having a nlco Sunday-schoat North Benson Church. Misses Lula and Emma Rossell visited their aunt Tuesday last. Mr. Ben Bradley madq a trip to" Antioch last Sunday. Herbert was all Bmllqs Sunday, but Sid still wears his long face. Mr. John Cox and wife visited their parents Sunday last. Miss Alice Shaokleford, who has "been visiting relatives on Benson, lias returned home, Quito a serious acoident happened at Mr. Forrest Hulott's Tuesday last. Andy Dowdan was assisting Jack to 'dig a well, and while drawing tho rook out the plank on which Andv was standing broko and with light- -' iiing speed Andy went twonty feet ol W& V ! .. viv Ui If You going Gunning for Bargains in Hardware and Cutlery, Guns, Ammunition and .. urtl y 5 y. Sporting Goods, m . - a' Paints, Oils and Glass, Youll need to go no M . c . A y land, situated about two miles west ofFrankfort, on L. &N. Railroad, adjoining W. L. Collins. Will sell tho Nothing in the way of Novelties whole or in lots at a bargain. For begins to compare with the g particulars call on array now displayed by W. J. A. GOIN8, Millvillo, Ky. L. Coppersmith, the Jeweler. Raised Gold and Diamond Buggloo, carriages and harness re- Watches of all kinds and aired by the Kentucky and Harness prices. ompany. glit-erinIn-crust- For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom farther than call on M. P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant. A mm 15-t- f. V ft if .. r, k :A I,. 2 ,W Tx"ov" S?"UL:r:ro& Iroao. DFLociiair. SELLING OUT AT F We will sell at cost for. cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. We will sell' Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold on time will be charged at regular price. r Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. C E. COLLINS & BRO., the Farmers Bank- - w.f Minnesota. New York City. Mr. J. Hop. Holeman. of Madison-villMr. Harry Case is visiting relatives Grand Junior Warden of the in Hartford City, Indianu, and Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky, Chicago, Illinois. Miss Janie Dehoney will go to Naza- was in the city Sunday. Miss Georgia Albors, of Knoxville, reth- Academy next week to spend Tenn., who haB been vibiting Misses the eominsr term. Miss Mary Letcher and brothers, of Fannie and Bessie Lewis, Belair, this Nashville, Tennessee, are visiting county, returned home Thursday. Miss Margaret A. Lewis, who haB friends in'this oity. Mrs, Kate Atood, of Cincinnati, been spending the summer at Martha's Vineyard, Mass., and Richis visiting her Uncle", Mr. G. M. mond, Va., returns homo in this city. Miss EQle Todd Lewis, of GreenMaster Jotf. Berry, of Versailles, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Phythian Saffell, ville, Miss., and Miss Mary Keith Miles are visiting Mrs 0. B. on WappingHtreetr. in Woodford county, this week. Mrs. F. H. Morse and children left yesterday fof a three weeks' visit to Mrs. Ettie M. Wirgman and son, of Louisville, who have been spending friends in Louisville. Mr. M. J. Downey, of Logan the summer with her sister, Mrs. county, West Virginia, is at home Samuel R. Smith, have returned home. spending the summer. Little Miss Annie Todd Kelly, of Mrs. Mary 0. Lane and daughter Mamie, Lafayette, Indiana, are visit- Hopkinsville, who has been visiting the family of her uncle, Mr. It. K. ing friends in this city. McOlure, left Wednesday morning for Miss Churchill Wigginton, of Spar-'tis visiting Mr. J. J. Peterson and home. Mr. Charles Leach, of Baltimore, family on the South Side. Miss Kate Sanders spent the past Md but an old Erankfort boy, who week with her sister, Mrs. II. H. Ows- has been visiting Mr. John W. Payne the past week, leaves this morning ley, in Woodford county. Mrs. Nannie Winston left Wednes- for Cincinnati. Mr. William Miller and family, of day for the mountains of Virginia, Covington, who have been visiting and the city of Roanoke. Mrs. J. A. Suter returned home Mrs, Miller's parents, Mr. A. B. Read Sunday from an extended visit to and wife, for several weeks, returned homo Thursday. relatives in Owen county. Mr. Job Smith and wife, of Belle-poinMr. Len. Hughos returned ThursRev. W. F. Smith, of Mayfield, to Mounday from a two weeks' visit Job Smith, jr., Miss Mima Humphtain Lake Park, Maryland. Miss Louise Michel, of Domopolis, ries, Miss Willie Morris, of this city, Ala., who has been visiting the family Miss Sallie M; Johnson, of this counof Mr. J. W. Mastin, near White Sul ty, and Miss Belle Brown, of Jeffer e, Gal-brait- h, t. phur, has returned to the city and is 1 son county, compoBo a camping party with her aunt, Mrs. John 0. Mastin, at Drennon Springs. Mr. John Donley, is at French Lick Third street. Miss Annie Porter, of PariB, Tenn., Springs, Indiana. Misses Cora Brown and Sarah Gray, who has been visiting Misses Fannie Miss Laura Hughes is visiting relaof Paris, Kentucky, are visiting and Bessie LewiB, near Woodlake, tives in Lexington. left Monday for a short visit to Prof. 0. L. Martin, of PariB, was in relatives on the South Side. ' Mrs. Kate Byrne, of Mayaville, is f Georgetown, whence Bho returned the city Wednesday. yesterday. Mrs. Ohas. G. Payne and children visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. F. home Hallie B. Todd, of Louisville, Miss are visiting friends in Pleasureville. Thompson, on Murray street. .Who has been visiting her aunt, Airs. Mr. John B. Lindsey leturned SatMiss Emma Anderson, of Leesburg, M. J. Lewis, Tuesday Carolina. Harrison county, is visiting the afternoon for Bellopoint, left to Olym-pl- a urday from Ashville, North a short visit Miss Adelma Crutcher is visiting family of Mr, G. AU Galbraith. Springs, Bath county. relatives near Peytona, Shelby coun Mr. .William French, sr.. haB reMisses Bessie Sandusky and Annie turned from a visit to friends and Winn, accompanied by Messrs. C. W. ty. Miss Emma Morris has been quite relatives in Springfield, Illinois. Longmiro and H. Dozier, of LexingMrs. Logan McKee, nf Cincinnati, ton, wero in this city the first of the sick for the past week, but is improvis visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. week, the guestH of Misses Sue h ing. Mrs. M. A. Leavv. of Newville, Ala Wra. French, on Conway street. and Tillie Branch. Mr. Albert H. McClure, jr., rebama, is visitinc relatives in this Messrs. John II. Giltner and George turned Tuesday ovening from a fish- Clayton, of the Hutchison Station city. Mr. Robert I. Mason, of Eddyville, ing trip to the Thousand Island. neighborhood, Bourbon county, spent Miss Sarah Bell has returned from Tuesday night and Wednesday mornwas in the city Tuesday visiting relaMartha's Vineyard, Mass., where she ing in this city on there way home tives. Mrs. John M. Todd, of Louisville, has been spending the vacation. from a trip to Louisville on their Miss Mary Davis, of Harrodsburg, bicycles. is visiting Mrs. M. J. Lewis, Belle-poin- t. who has been visiting Mrs. Sarah returned home Thursday. Miss Ruby Vanghan, of Richmond, Lock Located. Mr. 0. W. Merchant left Sunday Va., is the guest of Mrs. G. Taylor evening for a visft to Kansas Oity, Blakley. Major D. W. Lockwood, U. S. Engi-Ken- Mr. R. L. Green and wife left Missouri, and Leavenworth, Kansas. neer in charge of the rivers of Mr. Oscar Herancourt returned Wednesday for a visit to friends in Tuesday even ing from a two months' tucky, came over from Cincinnati on Augusta. Mr. Jas. A. Hodges, of Louisville, j trip through Kansas, Nebraska and Monday and accompanied Capt. R. S. spent Sunday in this city visiting Iowa. Prof. McHenry Rhoadesand family Burnett, the resident engineer in relatives. and Brown Du-va- ll have returned from Grayson county, immediate chargo of the Kentucky Misses Annie Tobin are visiting friendB in Lebanon, where they have been spending the river, up the river for the purpose of summer. Kentucky. Gen. D. W. Lindsey and Mr. John looking at the points suggested for Miss Eva Macklin has returned from a short viBit to Miss Shaw, of W. Rodman have returned from a the location of Lock No. 7. After visit of several weeks to Star Island, viewing the different points he finally Lexington. Mr. Lon Hammond and daughter Michigan. selected a location some distance spent Tuesday with his parents at MiBS Mamie Kiernan left on Wed above High Bridge, in order to take nesday for Indianapolis, Ind., where Smithfield. Miss Lillie Terrell, of Winchester, she will visit Miss Evans, formerly of advantage of the natural pool water which extends several miles up the is visiting Miss Nellie Egbert on this place. -Greenville, river from that point. The land will Mr. Jas. Yerger, of Cross street. MisB Jane Hardin, who has been Miss., who has been visiting Mr. s once visiting friends near Midway, has re- Geo. Hunt, left for home Monday be purchased atput and all arrange-mentin a coffer dam made to afternoon. home. turned Misa Susie S. Rodman, of LouiB-vill- early in the spring, make the exMiss Ollie Compton has returned is visiting her brother, Mr. from a four month's visit to relatives and puBb the work of buildThos. Rodman, jr., on Main street, cavation in California. ing the lock next season. Nothing Mr. R. M. Aldridge and wife left, South Side. Petos-kyMaster Willie Buckley will leave in can be done this year as the stone Tuesday for a month's visit to already been a few days for Georgetown College, for the lock walls has in Michigan. county, D. 0., where he will attend the com- gotten out and dressed the quarry Miss Clara Crutcher, of this at Rock Shoals, near Beattyville and left Thursday for a viBit to friends in ing session. that Mr. John W. R. Williams left Sun-da- y cannot be towed down from giv county. Bullitt evening for a trip- to Kansas point until the spring rains KenMr. T. J. Todd (Juniej returned sufficient water in the home Tuesday from a trip to City, San Francisco and other points tucky for the purpose. upper in the west. Niagara Falls. The dam at Lock No. 6 gives a Mr. John R. Richardson, of NashMrs. 0. Herancourt left Sunday depth of nine feet of pool water on evening for Leavenworth, Kansas, to ville, Tennessee, is visiting his Cow Shoal, just below High Bridge, father, Mr. James A. Richardson, visit relatives. at the presentetage of the water, and Miss Mary Walby, of Lexington, is near this city. the pool between Locks Nos. 6 and Mr. Mike Collins left Sunday for a visiting Miss Josie Hughes, on 7 will longest on the trip to Kansas City, Denver and oth- only a be thedredging lust aboveriver, Second street. the little er western cities.. He will be absent Mr. James Heenoy and wife will bridge being necessary to make it leave in a few days for a trip to about six weeks-Mr. L. P. Tarlton and wife and Miss navigable at the lowest stages of Now York Gitv. . eflicient ticket Christine Reynolds returned Sunday water. Mr. Ed.' Parker, the m .i Minne-tonkagent of the L. & N., left Monday for afternoon from a trip to Lake Kav-anauge, GOOD THINGS ARE IN "STORE FOR YOU, THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE IN OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOTJ AND EVERYBODY. OUR STOCK ' hundieds take from it, yet it never diminishes. This, of course, is because there is a never-dyinspring of supply that feeds the stream. g' IS LIKE A STREAM A t. SLUGGISH r STREAMS STAGNATE stocks They become decayed. They are not fit for commercial use any more than decayed meat. Finally, they are known as "dead." jo do sluggish lifflr ' t I- - .i. e, CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER 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. - '. i i DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVANTAGE of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading with. u I a, Franklin Association. h Haw-kins- , annual meeting The seventy-oightBaptist Association was of Franklin held with Book Run Church, at Forks of Elkhorn, on Wednesday and Thursday. The sessions were held in the woodland pasture of Mr. A. W. Mackin, and the weather being -Bplendidy'the attendance was large. t i. Much business was transacted and all who went out from this city en joyed the meetings and are loud in their praise of the hospitable treatment they received from the Buck Col. Thomas On Thursday, September 8, 1892, Run congregation. Rodman, of this city, was AT Moderator, for the fourteenth year in WE WILL OFFERForks HJBLIG SALE. ON of Elkboru, u lot of farm, near R. K. McCLURE. 3JL:i.:mr Mfc:Mrc?';- T 1 Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. PUBLIC SALE. DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the succession, and W. H. Parrent Secre- trotting stock, work mules una hones, hogs, cons, tary. The next meeting will be held farming Implements, 4c, easy. Terms with the Church at Bethel, this Aug. will be W. T. & F. M. FE ATHERSTON. , PHOENIX ECTEXi, IN .LEXINGTON. KY.. fc county. 20-- a, m m Died. Miss Lou, S. Cannon, daughter of the late Capt. John W. Cannon, died in Lexington Sunday morning, aged about 21 years. Her young life had known but few joys and pleasures as she hnd been an Invalid from her earliest childhood, and death came to her as a relief from suffering. The remains wero brought here Sunday evening and the funeral took place at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon from the residence of her mother, on the corner of Clinton and Ann streets, RoVt. lliy. i -- 33. Franklin Frankfort, Ky. Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Sept. 16th, 1802. Oct. 1st. 1892. Oot. 22d, 1892. Nov. 12th, 1892. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical operation mi d with little or no pain. tlEEERENCE8 . W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. J, A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. (Jober, Frankfort. Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. Rev. L. P. llulett, Benson, Ky. A. H. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. V. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore,uenson, Ky. Jas. M. Wlthrqw, Frankfort, Ky. DK. KELLEVS ottlco ami residence Is at 259 West Eighth stieet, Cincinnati, andwhere he may be found every day of each week except SATU V. Berberlch, Frankfort, Ky. t, SHEEP! SHEEP! SHEEP! to suit purchaser, and on a U bers toparties. Also a few yeareaay responsible 1 a HEAD OF EWES; WILL SELL IN NUM-- I Julyi(0-lm- . SOUTH TRlMuLK, Forks of Elkhorn. nrbuck. terms Pamphlets describing these' diseases and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by nddresslng 259 W. Eight 8t . Cincinnati, 0, CONSULTATION FREE. E4 i In ii mmw i Fall Woolens, t. 1 i - ' p i i. i Fall Hats, Fall Neckwear! Jia.&fc . 41 .s I . . Mfcr- - H LL 1 ?: K A - Tho Franklin County Teachers SUCCESSORS TO O. R. did in a creditable manner. meets in the Public School chant pitched a splendid game, only Building in this city on Monday, and letting the visitors get two hits off of all tho common school teachers of tho liim, and those were in the eighth ent. county are expected to be pres- Salesroom, opposite court-housinning, when he eased up. On tho other hand Montz was an easy mark for A Horrible Railroad Acc"SrOTTZEB ZBTTQ-GrT-ident the home boys, as they made fifteen safe hits during the game. Dick Van our papers; also Derveer, who took Qoins' place in Is daily chronic in dear friend, who the death of some BRED, SOON the field, played a great game mak- has died with Consumption, whereas, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. ing two hits, one of them a three if ho or Bhe had taken Otto's Cure bagger, and made a long running for Throat and Lung disease in time, ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION would have been rendered happicatch of a beautiful fly ball. Tommie life and perhaps saved. Heed the or THK er 2Tewman tricked Robinson in the warning! If you have a cough or eighth inning in a way that the any affection of the Throat or Lungs Frankfort Manufacturing Company Hammers' second baseman despized. call at Chapman & Williams' and get OKFBANKKORT.KY. Bize 50c. Robinson had gotten his base on a trial bottle free. Large 45 m i ialls, worked his way around to third Skc. 1. We, Grant Green, Clins. K. Hose, G. T. away off", anxious to Tlie Transcript Changed Blackley, Grant Greer, jr., and tf. French Hose and was playing Houss-Cleanin- g do hereby associate ourse ves together 113 a Hands. .score Barrett alBO being off" the nnil corporate, under and by vlrtuo of the or the State ot Kentucky, chapter 00. statute laws July base when Tommie came in quiotly Owing to failing acts of 1SC0 and '70, and amendments thereto. Maj. D. The name of this corporation shall be the the field, where he had nothing Caldwell has soldhealth, paper, E. "Frankfort Manufacturing Company," from his und to do, stopped for a moment behind Lexington Daily Transcript, the that name said company may continue under to period of twentMlvo years from the tiling of for a these tho Louisville coaoher, who was Judge Jas. H. Mulligan and Mr. Ed. articles lu the proper ofllce, and under that name shall have power to looking after Robinson, until ho Farrell. The new proprietors took with generally, sue contract auj bo contracted and be sued, own such caiight Davis' eye and then like a charge of tho paper on Tuesday and and personal estate ns it may deem proper, real und have and ute a common seal and alter same at flash covered third. Davis put tho will put now life into it, and endeavor pleasure, establish and make nil rules one of the best dailies in thirty-thir- d semi-annu- al expedient to the ball into his hands straight as an to make it to accomplish which they and regulations deemedsam corporation, manage the State, ment ui mo iiuuirs 01 and shall .arrow, catching RobinBon between have ample capacity and means. have power to ilx the amount of th capital tck of said coinpuny, to render the shaies or Interest bases, where he was run down and Wo wiBh the new firm abundant suc- of shareholders transferable, and prescribe the cess. manner of making such transfers. put out in a second. Wicks LindBey Skc 'L The principal place of business of said ma- corporation shall be In HTinkfort, Kr or at such .and Snerley wintersmicn ootn How fo Cure a Cold. other place or places as the board of directors tingulsnea tnemseives at cue oat, mm the former getting in a home run and Simply take Otto's Cure. We know pany. lumn uir wr mu ueai uiiero&i 01 me comseveral base hits, and the latter a Sko. 8. The business of said corporation shall beautiful three bagger. Davis made of Its astonishing cures and that it be the manufacture of wngoii material at Frankthe Louisville boys "hunt turtles" will stop a cough quicker than any fort. Ky. The capital stock of the oampany Is Skc. 4. while he galloped around the dia- known remedy. nxed at twenty-fivthousand dollars, Aug. If you have Asthma, Bronchitis, shares of one hundred dollars each,dlilded Into payable la mond in the first inning, and Consumption or any disease of the such calls us the board of directors ma reuulro, made a three base lick. Phillips also business throat and lungs, a tow doses of this and the oorpomilon mar ofcommence been subThe following is the score: groat guaranteed remedy will sur- wheu live thousand dollars stock has scribed for and paid In. aij it In sn to a k prise you. FlUKKFOKT. board ot five 0 0 'J 0 5 0 If you with to tryjltcallat our store, be conducted byujume siocKiioHieridlrecotrs, who. Newman. It nun up among 3 Barrett, ah on Main street, and we will bo pleased their ownmccieu on the first MondayiromJanuary, number In 0 2 Davis, o to furnish you a bottle free of cost, each eur, and who shall hold their ofllce until 4 3 Merchant, p their successors shall be elected and qualify, and 6 1 and that will prove our assertion. Wlntersmlth, as also by u president, secretary and treasurer, who 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 Stags, rf. Chapman" & Williams. 45 shall be elected, annually by the Incoming board Ltndsej, W lb. . . . 5 3 5 0 14 i a from umong Its members on the first Monday In 1 1 1 to Tho Hammers Club came up from Louisville and gave a poor exhibition of ball playing at Lake Park Tuesday afternoon. When the game was advertised it was supposed that tho Frankfort Olub would have opponents who would make the game interesting to the spectators, but when they reached here it was found that moBt of the players were those who had been here with other clubs which our boys had no trouble in defeating, and but a small crowd went down to the Park to see tho jjame. The visitors were short a .icatoher and Qoins, right fielder of the Frankforts, had to be loaned them to fill that position, which he d -- HUDSON, HUMPHRIE S &, CASSELL! pile Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works wwMnmgWMUiw Base Ball. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree Externa!, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itchliis, Chronic, Kccentor 1'eredltary. Tills Remedy has positively never been known to fall, $1.00 n box, G boxes, for $5.00; sent by mull prepaid on receipt of prlee. A written Guarantee positively Riven to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased nt one time, to refund the S5.00 paid If not cured. Guarantee issued by J. W. GAYLE. and LkCOMPTEA GAYLK CO., Druggists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. lC-l- "SBr CUKfc Is the place to buy. Farmers, you cap buy BUGGIES, HAENESS A2TD FAUM IMPLEMENTS ' ' . Meets Monday. You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first class style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $ 1.50 less than everbefore. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. Mer- CRUTCHER & CO. Factory, South warehouse. e. KCAVB T XSTTIEJJD. March 26-- tf WELL WED." GIRLS WHO USE SAPOLIO IText Ars Quiokly Married. Try It la ITour body-polit- ic Dudley Institute. Dudley Institute will begin session of the by-la- The For terms apply to 13-t- SEPTEMBER 12th, 1892. Principal. Co. i . -- e Ffanlrt 'Z mure laounrii V: YanDerveer, cf Phillips, 2b Totals 5 . . . . 3 39 All 2 1 14 2 11310 0 3 27 0 1 0 0 K Canlrlll and Smith. 15 21 ! f y Mulr. lb . . . Tharp, rf . , . . Montz, p. . . . ltoblnson, 2b. . Hudson, If. . , BluKemore, cf. Jolns, c. . . . Hammkiu. U3COtt,3t) . . Newman, cf . n lu su ro 1 0 0 0 . . 3 4 4 4 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 3 1 1 19 3 100 0 1 0 0 U 0 6 4 0 0 2 3 0 1 2G 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 3 7 Totals 4 2 02622 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 Innings T -4 0 0 Hummers 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 4 814 Trankforts Earned Huns -- Frankforts 8; Hammers 1. Two Base Hits Llhdsey. Hudson. Three Base Hits VauDerveer. Wlntersmlth. Phillips, Golns. .... 100 003 U- woro dofoated by a combination be tween tho Scott and Bourbon candi dates. Tho Democratic District Convention, which met at Georgetown on Thursday, nominated Gov. Jas. E. Oantrill, of Scott, for Circuit Judge and John S. Smith, of Bourbon, for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, tho fourteenth, judioial district. Judge Ira Julian, of this city, was a oandidato for Judgo and Hon. Tobias Gibson, of Woodford, wanted to bo Commonwealth's Attorney, but they Sko. & The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability to which the corroratloii shall, at any time, subject Itself shall not exceed the amount ot its paid-ucapital. Skc. 7. The private property of the shareholders shall be exempt from llublilty for corporate debts. Given under our hands this, the 13th day of p O.IIUWIUO UIWlllUl January ot each year, and who shall hold their office until their mu'WKiwr.'t utmll ha aia, t.t 0,11 qualify. The board may III! all vacancies In Its own meniDership or lu any ofllce. The same person may nil the ofllce of secretary und treas urer, until the nrst Monday In Januuty, 1H93, und until their successors shall be elected and u mm j, me incorporators shall con- 1 noove-numea Have opened Sale Booms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. 4 GALL IlilCUbUd. ill SEE 600 m m .fl pies. August, 1802. GRANT GREEN, CHA3. E. UOOK. G. T. ULACKLEY, GRANT GREEN. JR., S. FRENCH HOGE. Homo Tluns Davis, Llmisey. Hit by Pitched Ball -- By Merchant 1; By Montz Tlie Old Original Remedy Lends. Slolc pooplo Bhould "Mi-crobi- ," SrATK OF KX.NTl'1'KY, not bo deceived by pretonders who talk about "germs," "baooilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing pooplo from buying tho original tested modioino. "Radam's Microbe House fok Rent Tho Killer" is what you neod. It is now, frame house lately ocoupiod by F. M, and for years has boon, making Scofield, on Campbell, botweon Main more oures than all other remedies For terms apply to combined. Read tholr advertisement iind Logan. wnuam uraitf. in this paper, Don't bo deceived. two-ator- y Baio on Ball By Merchant (1; By Montz 4. Struck Out-- By Merchunt 10; By Montz 3. Lett on Bases Fnmkforts 3; Hammers 1. 3; Golns 3. Passed Balls-Dn- vls Double Play Kscott to Mulr to Golns. minutes. Time of Game One hour undtlfty-nv- e Umpire HIclmrdson. I, N. U. Smith, clerk of tho county court for the county and State atoresiild, do certUy that the foregoing articles ot Incorporation ot tho Frankfort Manufacturing Company Has, on tlie 13th day ot August, 18W, produced to mo In said tounty and acknowledged before nio by Grant Green, Chus. E. Hoge, Grant Green. Jr, and S.French Hol'o to be their act and deed; the same wis aguln produced to me on this, the 15th day of August, 18W, nnd acknowledged before me by G. T. Ulockloy to be his act and deed, whereupon tho same, together with this corilllcuto, have been duly recorded In my ofllce. Given under my hand this 15th dayot August. 1KH. N. U.SMITH, O.F. CO. A copy attest : N. a. Smith, Clerk Franklin County Court. AUk'.SM-lm- County of Khankmn )rn. ? BCTf FRPFOnEflHY FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. npins school furnishes the elements of an J. education for boys ami young men who desiro to enter Collages and TTniversities. The Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBER, the 15th 1092. ror catalogues, address Andrew Fuller Case. . Frankfort, Kontuoky. ',b,. W fi-o- :' .. - FRAMFOUT ROUNDABOUT. KaVirat If Messrs. Sells Brothers' Mammoth Circus UlCy Hail, Or u at tho poat-offlo- e secoDd-clas- a mailable matter. at Fraokfort, Kentuckr. merely re arded as a stupendous advertisement for America, from which enterprising land Wlieilier U IS rtrgarucu us t aiciiuuiy itvxi.iuun in hud uuim ui tuajiiuiiiijv.m, in iiin.i Lust ii. uiuai ut pronounced a brilliant succes. Melbourne (Australia) Daily Age. is v '"V-H- wms- wv WArr. - MM. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. n i r ii lieillNIIIItt riuill lis Tnruiriinniio I nciviLNUUUdi TniiiMniiAMT iniumrnHiu, rnnrip&i runuun TniiD ni fiunr luun ui uvci in nm ainrt zu,uuj miius, FRANKFORT, AUGUST 27, 1892. A New Departure. -.- v,-.,-. In addition to our facilities for executing every variety of plain and fancy letter press job work, we are now prepared to 'furnish all kinds of fine" lithographic work, such as letter heads, bill heads, note heads, cards, envelopes, checks, certificates of stock, &c. The work will be gotten up in tho latest style and on short notice. If you arc in need of any thing in that line call and examine our samples before ordering. MMMU m I0MAI, bMMlM 1M. T iT Q E normous United To Exhibit all its Wealth of Crowning Wonders at rvT t A.rMT, ,,, '.J.V r,h $ 3 ill Shows no M vvjr A Some evil-mind- Cruel Hoax. ed THE BIG ONE OF THE WORLD, Only Representative Australian Exhibit, Regal Roman Hippodrome, Monster Menagerie, Only Giant Hippopotami, Biggest Circuses on Earth, Only Tribe of Wild Bedouin Warrior Athletes, Only Anti-- . pedean Aviary, Only Darkest Africa Aquarium, The Olympian Stage of Old, Only Royal Japanese Troupe, Mid-A- ir Gymnasium, s, Children's Fairyland Frolics, Grotesque Carnival, Arabian Spectacular Pilgrimage to Mecca. Nights-Romance- m person is prac- ?.'?. ticing a cruel hoax upon Mr. Ohas Johnson and family, who reside in the three-storbuilding on Main street, opposite the Capital Hotel. Mr. Johnson keepB a grocery in the lower part of the house while his family occupy the second and third floors. At intervals for some time past small pieces of coal, potatoes and other small substances have been made to drop upon the floor of different apartments in some unaccountable way, until it has gotten to be a great annoyance to the family, and the report having gone abroad that the house was haunted, large crowds of curious people have flocked there to witness these ''spiritual manifestations," as they are called, causing the family great inconvenience. Those who are superstitious claim that there is something supernatural about the y ises with which it came upon An Exhibition manifestly worthy its American reputation and the extensive promAistraiia. Sidney Daily Telegraph. i l ' . MORE FOE, THE Presented in More than MOjEYiwaFEVE! HEARD OF ,.! the Magnitude and Elegance which Astounded the Antipodes. For while abroad most notable additions were made to its attractions, by the purchase in Australasia, the East Indies and elsewhere df many exceedingly rare and royal wild beasts, birds and reptiles. '" ;Vi. i Conspicuous among them '.(""! jM- Three Most Enormous Tigers ever Known Any one of which is big '! enough to swallow any other one heretofore exhibited. A Whole Drove of Giant Kangaroos OF!EI A splendid Flock of It Full-G-row- ':--& rocking chairs in his bedchamber vibrate back and forth and the swinging leaf of a sewing machine table rise and fall, moved by an unseen hand. A prominent local spiritualist has been consulted and has given itas his opinion that there is a female medium in the house, and when she is present these manifestations take place but cease when she is absent. If he is correct, the remedy is plain remove the ''medium" and the annoyance will cease. But if Mr. Johnson wishes to lay in his supply of winter fuel he should place what coal he has upon his premises in a secure place, so that it cannot be "worked over," and induce tho "medium" so increase the shower and size of the lumps. One gentleman is satisfied that if he lived in the house and the weather was cold, the ghost would cause only icecicles and snowballs to fall upon seen-th- e that he has even Mr. JohnBon claims n and Baby Emus. It certainly " Only school of Trained OQonstei? Sea Lrions and Seals. seen that Sells' Circus deserves its reputation, and is fully worthy of the biggest patronage the public can best w. dwarfs everything we have ever had in Australia. Melbourne Daily Herald. ' tr' fc ft Most daring feat of private enterprise. Outsplendoring all past efforts and results. A giant's pilgrimage by land and sea. At most enormous Hazard and Expense. A popular invasion paved in Gold. empires in amusement's ' onds. Linking two Whole railroad trains of vast and novel shows. Great steamship loads of strangely curious things) Morality, mirth, merit's tidal wave. An artist army in stupendous tents. Teeming with features from the Antipodes. The c'nssic racing circuit of the world. Its bravest bareback kings and charioteers The male and female champions of the turf. Arenic host in eighty brilliant acts. ' tho floor. The savage monarchs of most distant wilds. If there is a spirit of any kind The huge behemoths told about in Job. manifested in this matter it is one of pure, unadulterated cussedness upon Beasts from Lands.. A the part of some one bent upon mak- Splendid ing life a burden to a quiet and reHippopotami. A Artists spectable family. Peats. The Roral Sons in It has made the greatest journey of its kind. The most successful one of any age. ff KF. Wo oOWARP'S GREAT iROUPE y,,, jicFfQN1'" CSTMMVSXiA m, .' rjj' . Wild m A Friend of Grover's. of Erie, Pennsylvawas in the city Monday maknia, ing advertising contracts for Sells Bros.' circus. Mr. Stow is one of the cleverest gentlemen in the show business and gave the Roundabout its first circus advertisement fourteen years ago, and has never failed to repeat the favor in his numerous visits to this city, both for Barnum and Sells Bros., since that.time. He is an old newspaper man, having been for a number of years city editor of the Buffalo Express, and always does the liberal thing by tlie newspaper boyB. He was raised in Buffalo, New York, was a law student in the same class with Mr. Cleveland" and entertains a high whom opinion of tho he thinks will carry New York by at Mr. Chas. Stow, Very Air Alive with Daring Deeds. A Ceaseless Carnival of Harmless Fun. Sensations till there is no room for More. None but the Greatest Riders will Appear. None Save the Finest Gymnasts are Engaged. There is No Space for An Inferior Act. And not an Inch to Spare the Commonplace. . . Equatorial Racing herd of Wisest Elephants. The Hundred Repute. The Prophet's of World-Wid- e Superhuman Gymnast Marvels of Japan. Bright, Playground for Golden Visions Fresh, From Fairy Realms. An A. Startling the Little Folks. Tournament of Lofty Leaps. The Elf-Land All-Amazi- ng; i ' ' 'Jf. :,' ' -'! least twenty thousand majority in November. 'Kicked in tlie Head. A;boy by the name of Owen Wha-lewho lives below Leestown, got too near tho heels of a horse Sunday afternoon, when the animal kicked him in the head. Ho was knocked about ten feet, a gash four inches long cut in his forehead and the outer table of tho skull was fractured. Ho was brought to thiB city and the wound was dressed by Drs. Q. P. Thompson and W. P. Bantu. At last accounts ho waB doing well. n, No equal to it can be organized. No other bear its fabulous expenses. wc such salaries. . No other pays one-hal- f Is known so famously and far. -- , Or can obtain the features it presents. It will eclipse all you have ever seen. And seen leaves nothing lacking to the eye. Its programme is prodigious beyond words. v Moral as mighty, and as pure as great. ,.,,,. ' It is a magnet to the wise and good. x . Its word and credit never forfeited. Its advertisements to the letter filled. .' Its many races beyond rivalry. 'r. It everywhere exhibits everything. And even adds to its tremendous stores. " . Bigger and better than it ever was. ; Acknowledged foremost in both hemispheres. Two empires laud its earned supremacy. Showing so much its price is nominal. circus talent of the world. Sydney Daily Star. The cream of the . '. ' . i Xtfi ..". :',' ti- J h& i r.it .. .1 M'". ' 1 tf 1 At Every Place of Exhibition, Free to all, an Inaugural Morning PLENDENT HOLIDAY STREET PAGEANT. Revealing a golden avalanch of wild beast wonders and spectacular splendor. None should fail to see. X Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. rowest MKCrCTMSOMMr Two Performances Daily, at 2 and 8 p. in. Doors Open One Hour Previous. saJM. JMtoi.'EjLmn.s ; rj ' ' a , ij c ifjAiHji fiHA.I)QIJA.RTIiRS FOE EYEEY t mv l t & jnr C . .: ' ' v EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR tin CLES Retsuatf -- 3DB.XiE3RS :E3r,otIa.e:rs I3ST- - THING- ON WHEELS, - , - 9 OP ZE3T7"E32 DESCBIPTIOU WE GUARANTEE Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the 41 Columbus Buggy Co., Troy f .: Buggy Works. Sur- ripe nnrl Tiicrht. f1nrvinaT.c - Fiuo Buggios, Phaetons, . :: . The H. H. Babcock Co., Broom ., , vU St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Vic-- . i : torias, ?' ',";:' vv Traps and Novelties of lat- est Eastern de-sign. Communicated. FHANKFORT, BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. Ky., Aug. 23, 1892. -- tvj n ,J l -- m ? 12 1 J L r - f k v. 1 Vj :,.. last week, was captured at Jellico by miners and after holding them at that place for some time, the conductor slipped his train away and ran FRANKFOiST. AUGUST 27, lb!i2. back to Corbin, at which place they finally got a train to Middlenborough, and from that point they went on to Bought a Cottage. their destination. The Colonel deMr. L. H. Finnell luvs purchased scribed his experience in an interestfrom Mr. 01ms. L. Elhvanger the ing letter published in the Courier-Journof Tuesday, in which he says brick cottage on east Main street now occupied by the latter for fif- the miners looked upon him with the eye ol' suspicion and had about teen hundred dollars. concluded to take him ofT the train and take care of him when the train Lutheran Service. backed out and ran away. Rev. Paul Schenke, of Lexington, A Ray of Hope. will preach in German at the Southern Presbyterian Church on Monday There is a hope fondly cherished evening next, August 29feh, at 8 bv our citizens that when the circus o'clock. All of our German citizens comes will leave with us some new it are invited to attend. song, the air ana words ot which are sufficiently "catchy" to forever efface Elected Principal. from the memory of the small boy the abominable tune, ,,Boom-ta-ra,- " Rev. Tyler E. Utterback, who has had charge of the Christian Church which he has been singing, whistling, at New Richmond, Ohio, for the beating and dinging into the ears of a past year, has resigned his pastorate long suffering public all summer. 'to become principal of Transylvania Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, Collegiate Institute, at Corbin, Laurel Ind., says: "I tried Chamberlain's FfiANKFOUT ROUNDABOUT JACOB SWIGERT & CCX, Have Removed From the Baizell Building al - I Editor Roundabout: About four years ago Dr. Robert Gayle took a boy from the Baptist Orphans' Home, of Louisville, kept him a short time and then got me to take him. He lived with mo about three years, when on the night of the 15th of June, 1892, he left without SO?3ES3Ei:EEI OUST IMIHX-fr- T saying anything about going to me or my wife. He had no cause for leaving, as we always treated him well and provided for all his wants. As soon as I found out that he had gone I immediately informed Dr. Gayle -of and made dilligent efforts to find him. I write these facts because some ingenious and malicious persons have ad tSTThcy will fill this space with an entirety, circulated the report that the boy short time. had been foully dealt with. No sensible person would believe it for a moment, but in order to stop all this bosh I have asked some citizens in Pnkfort if they had ever seen the boy there, and have found out that when he left my house he was seen at Frankfort by several persons. I inclose a letter from Mrs. Mary Page, a colored woman, and hope you will publish it with my letter. Yours respectfully, 't" 41 'U TO M? Aiv 4M MD 102 AHNSTKEETh a M Basement tha CapitMll2tl. i Ii A- WARD CLMSSE N. EEB-A-OOTICXAJL -- tf i'X John S. Pierce, Jr. Plumber, GassSteam Fitter ?'' county. B'n ,,- ' " r a. ' - . He will go to his new field Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for diarrhoea and severecramps and about the first of September. pains in the stomach and bowels, with the best results. In the worst cases Four Farms. I never had to give more than the third dose to effectacure. In most cases one Hon. H. S. Julian, as administrator dose will do. Besides its other good pleasant to of his father, the late Alex. Julian, qualities it is bottles for sale take." by J. cent old 25 and 50 Druggist. will offer at public sale, at the W. Gayle, . family residence, near Bridgeport, on Tuesday. September Glh, four farms See Here, Sam. of sizes tosuitmostany purchaser. In What's the matter with the town addition, Btockand farming implements will also be sold. See the ad. clock? What time does it run by, any how solar, standard or machine in another column. shop? For more than a week it has Side Affected. been ten or. fifteen minutes faster The Other then clocks supposed to run by solar Mr. W. W. Jett, who wan stricken time and from thirty to thirty-fiv- e with paralysis in this city- some minutes ahead of standard time. It months ago, suffered a second stroke is a first rate clock to quit work by, on Sunday, his left side being affect- but bad to start in with. Respectfully, ed this time, and he is now lying in her As a general liniment for sprains Mary x Page. a critical condition at his homo near or lor rheumatism, lame mark Jett's Station. He is unable to speak and bruises seated or muscular pains p Tremere back, deep and his death is liable to occur at any Chamberlain's Pain Balm is un' About the 16th of June (he does rivaled. For sale by J. W. Gayle time. ' i not remember tho exact date) Mr. t. Druggist. Jesse Moore, a brakesman in the L. & Happy Hooslers. Sullivan and Corbett Meet- N. yardB, saw a boy stealing a ride Wm. TimmonB, PoBtmaator of Ida ing New Orleans. in a gondola car attached to a freight ville.Ind., writes: "Eleotrio Bitters ' has done more for me than all other For this occasion the Queen & train, which the yard engine was medicines combined for that bad Oretojnt Route will sell round trip helping up tho grade to Jett's Station, feeling arising front I'.idnoy and tickets at half rates. Tickets to be Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer Rnld Snntnmhfir .1. 4. fi and fi. cood re- - and talked with him. He Baid his name and stockman, of same place, says: .,..ninr. nnfll Canfnmhai. 1 KtTi 1 0OO WBS Curtis Lawronce, that he had "Hnd Electrio Bitters to be the best ticket's been living with Mr. John S. Pierce, Kidney and Liver meTcino. Made me. Connection lines&,will also sell Crescent Route at jr., at Peak's Mill, and was running over tho Queen feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, reduced rates. Tuo yarti engine and crew awa hardware merchant, name town, Bays: This ineis the only j tfc, station, and tho Electric Bitters is just the thing for a Vestibulod Trains from line runn ng iCl,ul,,ou " Cincinnati to man who is all run down and don't New Orleans. It is 94 miles the short - last Moore saw of the boy ho was care whether he Uvea or dies; he eBt. and its regular trains make still sittinir in tho gondola. Ho does found new strength, good appetite quickest time both from Cincinnati and felt just like ne had a new lease to xxew iriumiH uiiu iruui ixcw not know whether he was put off the further up the road or not. Mr. on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at P. II. urieans iu vjwiuiimuu. i train 2 Drug Store. Carpenter's All tickets are accepted on our Moore told Mr. Richard Morris about Vestibulod Trains without extra seeing the boy that same day or of Lexington Fair. charge. Our rates and the rates as shortiyaftor, and Mr. Morris remarkThe Great our connections over this line are ed that ho was making a mistake in Tuosday next, August 30, tho great low as by any other. leaving so good a home, as he had "We have two through Vestibulod Fair at Lexington will begin. Tho Trains between Cincinnati arid New known Mr. Pierce for a number of railroads have reduced fares, tho Orleans overy day in tho year. years and believed ho would treat On Sunday, September 4th, 1802, tho boy right had ho remained with stock exhibits will bo tho finest over servico, aeon in the West, tho trotting stakes we will, in addition to regular Orleans, him. run a special train to New are the largest ever given, and tho making a fast run through. All tickIn view of the above facts, it strikes premiums tho most liberal over of- ets will bo good on the special as well us that the parties who are trying fered. It will continue fivo days, and as on regular trains. For information, sleeping car berths to mako it appear that Mr. Pierce lb will certainly be pleasant to be or rates, or reserved Beats in the Club mado way with tho boy have no there. ask nearest railroad agent or writo groundH upon which to base a charge to D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Q & 0. to that effect, and the slanderous reRoute, Cincinnati, Ohio. Were Sidetracked. port they havo put in circulation is Eu. you have a buggy, oarriago or very effectually nailed. If Tho train upon which Col. E. Polk set of harness whloh needs ropairlng One good Becond hand mower for Johnson and wife were going to take it to the Kentucky Buggy and Knoxvillo, Tennessee, on their way Harness Company on oast Broadway. sale. Prlco 820. A bargain. Mabtin Bros. to North Carolina, on Thursday of All work promptly oxeouted. 48-lm. ! - , AND DEALER IN- Peak's Mill, Ky.: Dear Sir In answer to your question whether I had seen a small white boy aged about fifteen years, on or about June 16, 1892, will say that a PIPE AND FITTINQS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO small white boy came to my house JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK late one night about June 16, on GUARANTEED. , with a coal oil lanThursday night, FRANKFORT. KENIUCK. Opposite State House, tern and asked to stay all night. I asked him some questions about himself and ho said he had no parentB Thorough, .Practical Instruction. Craduates asand had been living with Mr. Pierce, sisted to positions. Catalogue free. Write to of Peak's Mill; said that his name BRTMT a 5TRAM BUSINESS COLLEGE, was Curtis Lawrence, and Baid that Mr. Pierce and he had a falling out, LOUISVILLE, KY. and that they could not get along together. He said that he was going to Louisville, between Walnut and NOTICE. Madison streets, but I can't romem JBU1DB ber the name of the people who he going to see. He stayed FRANKLIN CODRT OF COMMON PLEAS. all night at my house, but left belore lOFT'sAdm'r.&c, Pitts., ") Nicholasville, Ky., Bkllk on Satur- lRotup. I saw him again Y In Equity. vs. day night on the street and spoke to J rtOHTH, 4c, Defts. Maud him. He said that ho had lived with AU persons having clttlms against the estate of Dr. Itobert Gayle before he lived are hereby notified to Miss M. I. Jewiti, Priiicijal. Belle Bancroft, deceased, proven a required by produce them before me, Mr. John S. Pierce, Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 23, 1892. Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, si "' - 3 n mmm ibuu September, 189. above. For catalogues apply to rrlnclp.il usJuly SESSION SECOND MONDAY J r4 i i mm, v.--( Uu a . law, on or befote the Aug.6-3- t M diiv IN of Ausust. IK92. WM. CROMWELL, ,M P. Com'rl'. CO. P. i -- 48-4- v at j i ! , ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1892, A T THE SALE OF THE LATE ALEX. On Tuesday September 6, 1892, rx Julian's executor, mil oiler at public sale my fnrm In edge of Brldg port, live miles from AT PDBLIC THERE WILL BE OFFEUEDlate Alexunder crankfurt, mi tho l.ouUvllle pike, consisting of the I sale, at tlie farm of pike, four miles from 74 acres, with good two- - toiy houso-upoIt; well Julian, on tho Loulsvllie watered, well Improved iwd auapteil 10 dairy, Fraukfoit, garden farm or uii) other purpose Terms made knuwn on day or sale. FOUR FINE FARMSJ (iEO. W. CIIINN. Aug. t. Ore or 2ti0 acres, onoor '200 acres, one of'SO ncres, timbered. one of 45 acred. Well watered and two of the. Good neluhbornoodjnlco residences on rank-for- t, farms. Ono farm Just three miles from V to others three and one half and four mile. d cash required In hand, and deferred payments In one, tound three jears, tit u per hay. cent. There w 11 also be sold corn, hOKS, oats, '20 fresh head of stock cittle, CO sheep, ao horse 4 power ORDER OF THE BYTemple Co., bids 111FRANKFORT MASONIC milch cows, S;df binder, 2 rentiers, bugy, bo lecelvedby the une. cutting boxes, mowers, wheat drill, G Monday, Aug 22d, 1892, hanBorand other fanning Implements. dersigned P.until for the construction of attho M., o'clock no ntiusenoiu kuvucu ""'"", Temple" on Ann street. Bids will be "Masonic U. b. JULIAN, Executor. Au. . received for foundation uud sunerstructure separately. Plans and specifications for same can bo seen at orrloe of united S tttes Express FIFTY-FIFT- H Co., on and after Monday Aug. 8. The right reset veil by the Board to reject any or all bids. By orderof the Board of Directors. B. T. FARMER, n 20-3One-thira)-3i- FTTELsIC SALE! FARM FOR SALE ''.! m m BOURBON W FAIR! SEPT. Aug. C-- Secretary. 6, 7, 8 9, 10, 1892. most re Quurrrrr. BKSTUQUAUTT. First dajrfred to ladies and children. $7 ROO'lN FIRST PREMIUMS! $7500 WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM DAY. Three- - ear-ol- d and under, pace, 4.250; 2:27 class, trotting, ilOJ. stake, closed with SF.COM) DAY 13 entries. $10); 3:0) class. $400. clacs. pacing, $300; three-year-ol- d THIRD DAY 2:23 stake, closed with 7 entries, $400; 2.32 class. $100. FOURTU DA Y.-f- reen nice. $300; 2.25 classSlOO. FIFTH DAY. Yearling stake, closed with 14 entries, $'W0; 2:40 class, $100. VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrtpirttl t7 FOR 20 YEARS BlcmKMOlt-TATLOKKKI). Running Races, , 15-t- f. Races, Bicycle Races! Reduced Rates on all Railroads. OKO. ALEXANDER, Pres't. Aug. R; K. McCARNEY, eec'y. Mule 20-2- t. SOLD EVERYWHERE. CO,, BT.L0CI8. gims uniivi lKk' 5 i - FRUIT i iiuii 5 5 u I A R Q n it u i in uL&,k 1 coffee-po- t coffee-po- Y m f5U y y b v I bn ' V' (.' ; . .Hrm i 't. Jr. lh-.yij"iaj w. t , Lt Porcelain Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers At reduced prices. One quart bucket Two quart bucket . Three quart bucket Four quart bucket Six quart bucket . ." cents. Examine prices on Tinware. " " " " Ten quart bucket One quart coffee-po- t Two quart coffee-po- t mvwz .W .; r. ft v. .....,. io . '....'" 25 5 a 1 io 15 Eight quart bucket 20 " Three juart Four quart IO 10 15 if' t ': v. k Vjjjp?j ft W- 'I, n.. Four qt., 30c; 6 qt., 40 c; 8qt., 50 c; IO qt, 55 c; 12 qt.. 60c; 14 qt., 65c; 16 qt., 75c; 18 qt., 85c; 20 qt., Si. 00; 24 qt., Work solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. .25. Roofing, Guttering and Job . Tiih3"""5L' wdEauEOEsw tmBsm Religious. We would city. be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement t which they may wish made.l no services Episcopal. Okurch Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, being absent on his summer vacation, there will be Kf" V Churcit Rev. W. B. Cooper will occupy the morning at 11 pulpit o'clock. No service at night. w First Presbyterian Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his morning at 11 pulpit o'clock. Union service at night. Southern Presbyterian Church Church The congregation will assemble at 10:30 o'clock OHBi'HTiAiV morning for the celebration of the Lord's Supper. No service at night. lor, the pastor, Baptist Church Rev. W. Sunday-schoo- G. Tay- pulpit service at night. l will occupy morning. a. m. , his No at 9:30 Oatuuiiiu Church The usual services at the Church of the Good will be conShepherd ducted by Rev. Father James Gorey, the temporary pastor. High mass at 8 a, m., low mass at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:30 p. m. Methodist Churoh Rev. H. P. "Walker, D. D., of Lexington, will preach thiB evening and This will be the fourth at 11 o'clock. eeting for this conference Quarterly M year and Dr. Walker's last visit as presiding Elder of the district as his term of service expires in September. convenes at 9:30 a. m. Sunday-scho-- -- ol , German Paul Schenke, Rev. Lutheran, of Lexington, will peach at the Southern rresoywri"" yu"- on Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The closing union service for the summer will be held at the Southern Church Presbyterian night at 8 o'clock, Rev. W. O. Taylor, of the Baptist Church, will deliver the discourse. These services have been largely attended and fruitful of much good. w Miles' Nerve and L,Iver Pills. Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at J. W. Gayle'B , Frankfort , Ky . 45-l-y ..-- Dcatli of Mrs. Mary C. Viley. Warren Viley, diod at her home on the Midway and Versailles turnpike Saturday night at ton o'clock from heart failure consequent from a severe attack of flux. She was about sixty years of age, a member of the Baptist Church and a most excellent lady. Sho had been married three times; to Capt. Viley only four or five years ago. In her death he sustains a severe Iosb, and in hiB affliction ho has the sympathy of the entire community. Funeral services were hold at her late residence Monday morning. Rev. T. J. Shipman, of the Baptist church of this place, after which the remains wore taken to the Lexington cemetery and there interred. The were: J. A. Steele, R- - II. Davenport, Jesse Martin, J. S. WJ throw, J. W. Harper and Bennett Branham. .Midofli-ciatin- . Mrs. Mary O. Viley, wife of Capt. a true friend and a Laid to Rest. Christian woman, who possessed the faculty of drawing all with whom she came in contact to o'clock. her and numbering them among her To the husband, who sits friends. Mr. McEwan had been in poor beside a lonely hearthstone, bowed Ave years and had down with a weight of grief, she was health for about heroically battled against giving up a cheerful companion and loving helpmate, and her loss will be keenly the struggle, but at last the end felt as he treads the pathway of life came, and after a short confinement alone. To him is tendered the warm- to his , bed he quietly passed away. est sympathy of one who had enjoyed her acquaintance for many years He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wiland can appreciate the great sorrow liam McEwan, of this city, and had, which has come upon him. from childhood, borne himself in a manly and Christian manner, and by Deafness Can't be Cured his upright course had won many By local applications, as they cannot friends, who deeply mourn his early reach the diseased portion of the ear. departure from this life. There is only one way to cure deafMr. McEwan was a devoted memness, and that is by constitutional ber of tho Methodist Church in this remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous city, having been superintendent of lining of the Eustachian Tube. When the Sunday-schooand, when his tho tube gets inflamed you have a health permitted, otherwise actively rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deaf- engaged in promoting the interests of ness is the result and unless the in- his church. flammation can be taken out and this He had, for years, been manager of tube restored to its normal condition, the freight department of the L. & hearing will bo destroyed forever; at this place, and filled the nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an in- position with efficiency. He was thirty-eflamed condition of the mucous sur- ight years old, and was a man of face. great force of character and a strong We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by 'order of mind. He submitted with catarrh) that we cannot cure by marked patience to the will of God, taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for and met death without a fear. He circulars, free. leaves his parents, a widow and two F. J. CHEENEY & CO., Toledo, O. sons and brothers and sisters to BSTSold by druggists, 75 cents. mourn his loss. Artistic Work. His funeral services were conductProf. Guion, of the Capital City ed Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock Business College, has some handsome in the Methodist Church by his passpecimens of penmanship framed and tor, Rev. H. G. Henderson, in the bung upon the walls of the entrance presence of a large audience of symto the College, and is now engaged 1n pathizing friends, after which his remaking a handsome copy of the Lord's mains were laid to rest in his father's prayer in fancy pen art work. Tho lot in the cemetery. comine of the Professor was a great Beautiful floral designs from the addition to the faculty of the College ho is rapidly getting things in Methodist Sunday-schoo- l, the Pasand shape for a successful scholastic year. tor's Aid Society, tho Young Ladies The apartments used by the College, Society and from his cqlleagues at in the Mason & Hoge Building are the L. & N. office and many other being greatly enlarged by the re- friends, were loving testimonials of moval of partitions, new conveniences the esteem in which tho deceased are being put in for the use of lady was held. pupils, and when the session opens next month everything will be in When Nature flrstclasb shape. The College is a Needs assistance it may be best to home institution and deserves a. render it promptly, but one should liberal support from our people. remember to use even the most perWent to Kansas City. fect remedies only when needed. The About twenty menbers of Dexter best and moat simple and gentle remLodge of Knights of Pythias, accom- edy is the Syrup of Figs, manufacturpanied by their families and a num- ed by the California Fig Syrup Co. ber of friends the party numbering King's Royal Genneteur. about sixty persons left Sunday evening for Kansas City to attend the medicine of tho the biennial conclave of the Knights century, Its phonominal success as Pythias. They secured a special a seller and favorite with the people of chair car from the WabaBh Railroad is the acknowledged wonder of the which took the party through from medicine world. Based upon the this city without change. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, comTlie Ralls Here. mending itself as a necessary household romody. It advertises best by The flat rails to be used by the its use; Specific for all Catarrhal Street Car Company for laying tho diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood track across the St. Clair street Purifier. It iB without doubt the destroyer in bridge have arrived and been hauled most reliable germthe extent that the and to to to the north end of bridge, ready theory is correct, King's Royal be laid as soon as tho balance of the is no ermeteur road is built. The T rails have not accident butis the remedy. It Is tho result of fifteen yet arrived but are expected in a few years study of medical genius. For Sho was noble-hearte- d II...ML..!.. Jiicu aiipmior .ii)iui.v in iii'miii - uu heme (Jiinuiic Diseases Is something To go out or doors In rough weather Is not marvelous, have cured where Mr. John W. 'McEwan died at his strong, but we are, many of us, compelled to others have given up to rough weather frequently. Diseases residence on Main street, South Side, face die. which arlso from a chill tire peculiar to no Thursday evening at 8 !.-- !.. t- - i Tlie Temptation. v ' - r , . Atm a. v season of tho year. This Is true, therefore there- should be In the cloiet of every householdwhat? Not an uumcdlcnted stimulant, absolutely void ot unytiiintr but an excltlve action, but u tonic combining, In the elTec-tivform of an luvlgoruiit and an alterative, tint quality of defense against changes of w;atber. llostettor's S oiuucli Hitters has threo or four properties that no other article of Its ciuss possesses. Not only does it relieve tne which it eventually cures, It foritllts system usalnst tho b.d effects ot ch.inso-- ' the of temprrature, fatatally and toj often shown In the deadly form of "luKnppe;" Itproducs h radical change hi the weakened condition ot a s stem peculiarly liable to bt attacked by It, and It tends to provide ucalust the danger resulting from an Impoverished condition of tho blood and u disordered state of the liver or e 'k M com-plain- ts ' .;! bowels. Lost His Head. Tho services of Mr. W. H. Newhall, jr., who has been the correspondent i;,r-.r- . l, in this city for of the Courier-Journa- l the past ton or twelve years, have been dispensed with by that paper--. Cause: Billy is a clerk in the Auditor's office and is naturally "agin" the Governor in his war upon the Auditor. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoriai Ill" fir' iMlliiKiir Drs. Walter and Stockdale, Y0P0fR The world renowned specialists, ot the Southern Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will be lit Frankfort. Capital Hotel, Aug. 2G, 1892, Return'.iiB every four weeks durlngtho year. Drs. WiiltTHiul Stockdi:e huva hud years of experleneo In tli. largest hospitals In tho country, are graduate of several of the best Colleges and have for n number of j ears made a specialty of all chronic and Htirlcal illsenses. They undertakeno Incurable diseases but Imva cured hundreds given up to die., They treat successfully and do not take the caste unless u cure can be guaranteed. y Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly oil tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels coll, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt hi time. YOUNO AND MIDDLE AtSED MEN suffering its action and truly beneficial in its from Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Eruutlons, the of errors or excesses, should call before tt effect?, prepared only from the most result late, and guarantee a cure Superfluous hair l.n too healthy and agreeable substances, its and all eruptions ou tho face permanently removed. many excellent qualities commend it Remember tli date and come rnrly, us their rooms are always crowded wherever they stop. to all and have made it the most Examination und consultation free, prlvute and confidential popular remedy known. of cases refer you to Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c In Thty can State aud everyhundreds the Union, your own state In leading drug- which he tins cured, among tnem the following; aud 81 bottles by all Stokes, Darwin, Hid.. SuppressAny reliable druggist who edMrs. liev. J. L.menstrutlons. Mrs. Henry gists. and pilnlul Cunnleu. Ind., Female Trouble. Mrs. may not have it on hand will pro- Crockett, Delphi. Ind., Caturrh. Mrs. (JusIt. W. Mrs. Martha Owasco, lnd Lung Trouble. cure it promptly for any one who Cancer Frankfort. wishes to try it. Do not accept any Walluce,without knife Ind , caustic. of breast reor Miss llettle moved Ulock, MIchlgiintown, Ind., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. substitute. Mrs. Rosa McCurty, Tipton, Ind., Catarrh. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Cookson, Franklin, Ind., Cross Eye straightened. OI3S BNJQYS Acute aud Chronic Catarrh, ringing in th cars, Deafness, Diseases of the Eye, Eur. Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Dlaildcr Troubles, Dright'x Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation JUieuniatism l'aralysis. A. H. Smith, Danville, Ky., Prostata Gland trouble; w.io given up to die by all general practitioners I consulted, and I myself gave up all hope, made my will and so arranged my business, was obliged to me athother every halt hour. Aud now entirely well, cured by Drs. Walter and btockdalu. 0. 11. ThomtH. Krunkfort, Ky Catarrh of ten years standln;:;ani now completely cured by Drs, Walter and Stockdale. PILF3YOR FITS POSITIVELY CURED. DLOOD AND tfKLS DISEASES, ns Syphilis, Scrotula, Stricture, (Jleet, etc., cured by Improved mid never falling remedies. DISEASES OF WOMliN, such as Leucorrhea, painful menstruation, displacement of womb, bearing down pains In back, relieved In short f w u r Grl-de- r, Gin-ric- h. SAN FBAN0ISC0, CAL. NEW YORK, N.Y. LOUISVILLS, KY. ox-istan- MANHOOD RESTORED. u days. "8ANATIVO," tta Wonderful tfpanlih lltmedy, la fold with a Written Ouorontto to cure nil Ueivoua Weak sach Memory, Lota of Brain c, Darby's Prophylactic Useitineverysick-rooni- . sale by Chapman & Williams. 19 The bestsalve i n the pure and Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt wholesomeremoving all bad odors Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, from any source. and they reauest that all sufferers should write Will destroy all Disease Germs, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns them In regard to their case. They also have many testimonials from and euro or refund tho written guarantee to infection from all Fevers and all and all Skin Eruptions, Circular money. Sent by mall to any addrees. Aildrcju, free, patients having been cuted of private diseases rqr in plain envelope. Mention Hill pnpvr. cures Piles, or no pay but do not publish them oven by permission contagious diseases. CO., Branch Office for U.S. A, but will furnish them upon application. Address quired. It is guaranteed to give The eminent physician, J.Mari 3M Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. way Clipper. satisfaction, or money re FOR SALE IN PKANKFOKT, KV I1Y Drs. Walter and Stockdale, Miso on Sims, of New York, says: "I perfect The deceased was formerly am convinced that Prof. Darby's funded. Price 25 cents per box. P ft CARPENTER, DruflfllSt, No. 620 Fifth street. Mollie Coleman and a cousin of Mrs. For sale by SouthSide drug store, David Nicol, Mrs. O. O. Furr, Dr. J. ProphylaclicFluid is a most valu Soutli SMclo. Louisville, Ky. P. H, Carpenter. August 21 S. and Mrs. J. M. Coleman, of this able disinfectant." keep, the atmosphere g, pall-bearers Will Ruclclcu'B Arnica Salye . world fot Before & After Use. posi-livel- y Wakcf ulncM, Lost Man-, hood, Kcnrousnces.Lts-Itudenil drains end low of power or the GtnerstWo Orztni In Fbotographed from lire. ellner aex. cautcu uj youthful Indiscretions, or tho ciccsjlye Irrulto Iiillrmlty.Coniumptlon mid liifanltv. l'nt up In convenient form to carrv In tho veet ocktt. Pilco II a paclcuse. or B for $ J. Willi every order we glvo a Power, Headache, Mrs. Sarah Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh and Asthma of long standing. Mrs M. Clark, Mooresvllle. Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic. Miss Surah Dougherty, Rocklleld, Hid., Epllepsey. Mrs. Lancaster, Ylvalla. Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalia. Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Mike Unversaw. Murtlnsvtlle. Ind., Catarrh. Doctors said would die with conas ever. Win. A. Gard, sumption. Is as well Uiirllngton, Ind.. Kidney trouble for four yours. Dr. Wulter cured me two years ago have not been troubled since. Elijah Toler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not see after business-a- m as ever. James Wyntt, Delphi, as well y Ind,, Could not hear und had a constant dischare from my curs. Dr. Walter cured mo entirely, (ieo. Miller, Vlvalia, Ind., Cuturrh. J 0. Canine, Waverland. Ind., Catarrh.' Dr. J. W. P. Holler, Greencastle, Cancer of Eye. Mrs. Mary Jones, Edlnburg, Urlglits Disease. These names are given by permission to-d- ' J MADRID CHEMICAL 5-- iy 13-l- r, KT w-- ; W: WV", 4 7 I1i'- i w i 73Tv757rj Vtlr,.w'. :,y A 3tt :: " E'.'O. ZEHAGEN 'JMB ''. M . r'm A hM mm 'rrfi. mm .. - S''-; I ''. -- B . ' G-Ta.rinifl.- . te www- - W- Onticia-n.- , JB- 7 a jTeTTT-, - YnrTr - iW' 4M: : if."1! r; r 1? m HE KENTUCKY TER flJSUD (so?EXjiasrc3B-ST- T TT Mr ' .. ': v ii . v i ' .'.. ( I'k self-style- (Cut Showing frame too Small.) Will be nt M. A. SELBKRT'3 JBWELRY STORE, St. Clair street, Frankfort, Ky., Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 29, 30 and 31. where he will correct nil errors or tefractlon scientifically with The Oculist's Test Case. "Opthalraaiope.'' "Retlnoscope,'' Keratoscope and others to verify. . " "Hypermerebia, or or Asthenobla or muscular weakness, or old sight," till simple, compmnd and mixed cues of astUmUlsra, etc., will tell you of any pathological or deceased condition of the eye. No charge for .examinations. Do dot allow d and itinerant scientific opticians test and Dt your eyes, for with the four thousand and upward of errors In refraction. Optics Is a science, and the optician otuht to have his diploma of qualifications thi same as medical men. All frames and glasses, unless fitted correctly, are Injurious. In an framo the glass acts as n weak prism and produces asthenobla, etc. In glasses to strong or old, the tendency will be to increase the malady. Frames made to order and to suit faces. Lenses ground to order, (Jold glasses from $3.60 upward. Steel specks as low as CO cents. All the latest New York and English styles la eye glasses and specks to select from. If your head aches, eyes burn or waters, sight blurs, and your glasses don't suit, come and consult me. near-sight,"Prts-byobla- OSflflGE SPOOLS, silver) THJETRTSTpHt M"m 'l 'l V". . " Wfl A !! .i .. IMC . t THE LEADING JEWELER 233 ST. CLA.ZESTEEET, ft I .Dr. Hale'B MouRcIioldOIut- v nicut Is the finest remedy It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Curea Piles like magic Curea Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive Bpecific for'Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores or long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpeny ter's South Side drug store. In 5-l- the world; ing by Mayor W. P. Chambers on behalf of the oity, and Judge Vaughn will also address the veterans and after other speeches, the day will be spent at tho Fair Grounds. That evening an entertainment will be the veterans at the Grand pera House, after which the Junior Assembly Club will give a grand ball at the Windsor in honor of the visiting Married. Mr. Herbert Felthouse and Miss Mary Schweers were married at the Church of the Good Shepherd Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock, Rev. Father James Gorey officiating. The attendants were Miss Rose Kickles G. and Mr. Jos. Schweers. The happy young couple left on the 0:30 L. & N. train for a short bridal trip, after which they will return to this city and settle down to housekeeping. The groom is the superin tendent of one of the departments cf AleBRrs. Mason as t oara uo.'s estaousn-meat the Prison, while the bride is a sister of Mr. Jos. G. Schweers, the nt R. ROGERS & SON, Our Store for a Nkt Ask at i. .,i Keep Off That Fence. I 4. V , The ladies of the BaptiHt Church have recently had the iron, fence in front " of the Cliurch building straightened up and repainted, and now the paint is nearly all rubbed off and the fence nearly as badly bent as it was before, caused by the men and boys who congregate in front .of the Church on Sunday roosting on top of it, and rubbing the paint off with their feet. Those who are guilty of this practice arq earnestly requested to desist, as they are causing the ladies too much trouble jto keep the . m fence in' repair. When you have stood around the door and talked l Alexander Salvini. you are tire'dj dbn't, sit on the 'Church and fence buc. go into the The Opera House management take, a seat on" the nice new pews. done well in securing one of has the By complying with this request, you greatest stars of the American stage save will greatly oblige the ladies, season. It will, serve the fence and run no risk of dam- so early in the an appetizer for the the patrons as aging your pants. varied dramatio meal they will have to digest before it is over. Alexander Shortsightedness. Salvini, althoughljub thirty years of age, has awaken more interest and To waste your money on vile, dirty, enthusiasm than any one of his oall-in- g watery mixtures compounded, by insince Edwin Booth was in his experienced persons, when you have prime. The publio did not appreciate the opportunity of testing Otto's Mr. Booth until after he had passed Cure free of charge. Why will you his meridian. It seems that the succontinue to irritate' your throat and ceeding generation are profiting by lungs with that terrible hacking those that have preceded them. cough .when Chapman & Williams Here is a genius who has all the adwill furnish you a free sample bottle vantages of youth, physique and perof this great guaranteed remedy? sonal charm , the cynosure, of all those Hold --a bottle of Ott6's Cure to the tako an interest in the dramatio light and.observe itsboautiful golden who world. His success is due to two color and thick heavy syrup. Lar- causes, his genius as an actor and his gest, packages and purest goods. perspicacity in offering the publio 45 Large bottle 5Qc. that for which they have long yearn'' lift. i ed in vain. He has revived the roDied iti Texas. mantic drama. Others have tried it and it has been but a pitiful flioker. ,Hon. E. ir. Tayor, jr., received a Salvini has trimmed tho lamp and the telegram- yesterday afternoon an- made it burn as brightly as in playdays of tho great Letcher. The son-in- nouncing the death of his goer loves to see the bloodstirring lawt'Mr. Rt Wi. Klne, which occurred picture from the days of chivalry, yesterday' morning at 5, o'clock, at they love to hear the clank of swords his'home iri Laredo,' Texas, after a and high words over a truly chivallingering illness with consumption. rous dispute. But'they also like to Mr. Kline was married in this city see those who endeavor to portray eight years ago to Miss Rebecca such scones able to carry the sword Taylor, second daughter of Hon. E. with courtly grace and use them' H. Taylor, jr., who with one child deftly if occasion occurs, and to look survives to mourn his loss, and has the heroes their speech implies. Tho the sympathy of the many 'frienda of public can getjburlesque-enougfrom , her girldhood'ih tlilttlitfyft&Ufti without going tho realism of Of a truth "misfortunes nevercomo back a century. It 1b fortunate in singly." On Sunday Mr. W. P. Ford, one sense that the romances of of Mr. Kline, who o brother-in-laand Dumas have slumbered had been very kind to him in his ill- - for want; of a fitting delineator of : ne8s, died suddenly, and two. widows their heroes, for Salvini in reviving in the' same family now rhingle .their them has given to the, younger gena-ratio- n tears for the loved ones gone before, a dramatio treat that in the majority of cases has the element of .; Save Cost. novelty, Don Cajsar DeBazan, which ' he will be seen in here next Saturday, .;;" County Attorney L. P. JoHnaonlhas will therefore be anticipated with than usual interest. had a largo lot of blank petitions rather more of DoEmery's is ono of This old play prititje'd'and is getting ready to bring almost perfect construction, aboundevery delinquent tax- - ing in delicious wit, moving grandly , BuVtafeainst you in tho purity of old romanco, redopayer for the year 1891, and your taxes for that? lent of the picturesque essence) of A nave not paid year you had better, go ajjd settle up ancient Spanish chivalry. Salvini if you want to savo the cobt of a suit. flndB in the part of Don Grosar acharactor exaotly I. At Paris Sept. a8tli. adapted to his powers, Beyond his own ability, Salvini has the groat qf the "Or- advantage, of enterprising manageThe annual phan Brigade," Confederate, will be ment. He, is surrounded by a Bplon-di- d his plays are company held at Paris on the 28th of next mounted with and magnificence of tho month. A royal welcome will bo ex- scenic and costume effect, that capitended the old veterans by tal alone can provide. The organizacaU upon the people of Bourbon, and every effort tion will not have toanything whatlocal management for will ho made to render their visit to ever, in tho way of scenery or propParis a pleasant one. The Bourbon erties, all is carried complete News says : The address of welcome will be de- Children,Cry for' Pitcher's Castorla. that morn livered at tho court-hous- e 48-4- t. un--ti? to-da- y, Do-Emo- ry , w During the epidemic of flux in this county, in 1888, 1 had hard work to keep a supply of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand. People often came ten or twelve miles in the night to get a bottle of the remedy. I have been popular Superintendent of the soiling patent medicines for the past Frankfort Brewing Co. ten years and find that it has given better satisfaction in cases of diarrhoea and llux than any other medicine I have ever handled J. H. Benham, Druggist, Golconda, Pope Co., 111. Over five hundred bottles of this remedy were sold in that county ALL . during the epidemic referred to. It was a perfect success and was the 1 .1 1(1 ljltBtu J only remedy that did cure the worst cases. Dozens of persons there will certify that it saved their liveB. In four other complaints this remedy has been equally successful. 25 and 50 Consumption Cured. cent bottles for sale by J. W. "Jayle, "I believe It to be one of the best medicines Druggist MvewjaeasJ'tatn a Brighit BISSEL.L BOOKLET We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about BISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. -- Brief Way ;S. V. M 1 ' & CUBES Free to!those who ask for it. Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. i.i V ' bH MI gDISUSES COLDMBIAH -- FIRE - INS. S CO. -- '& V, A sold. The physicians," tw.i years ago. said my wife had consumption, both lungs uffocted. I h hare had to send for several springs to keep her alive, butsluceshe has been taking Radam's Microbe Killer she has been right nt home. attending to her business, and Is in better health tnan she has been In 2D yenrx. "It. T. POOLE. Cedartown, Ga." her-out- OIF1 ' H ( i ; m r.W j Several Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully tesUfy to the curative powers of your medicine. Having been a sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial affection and Indigestion, after taking Microbe Killer all of the above symtoms have entirely disappeared. " ours. etc.. THO.S. L. DAVIS, "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, La." Capital Proposed Surplus Proposed Office, 303 and 3C4 00,000 50,000 "The Commerce." M fj K Will transact a general insurance business throughout the United States. One-haof the above capital and surplus has been subscribed for. The people of Kentucky Fever and Flux Cured. subscribe for the remaining 2,500 shares of J100 each. Forty dollars "I cheerfully testify that after taking Microbe are solicited towill be paid in only, and in addition thereto $10 upon each share will be teen days I am entirely cured, after of each share Killer for being nick two years with malarial fever, and contributed by the shareholders to create a surplus fund of $50,000. The company during which time I contracted other diseases, will issue .1 participating policy to its etc. I was atended during this time by three flux. Stock subscription books are now open at the office of the COLUMBIAN FIRE of the best doctors of the city without being bene"WM. DOHERTY, fitted, INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA, 303 and 304 The Commercet LouisNew Orleans. La." "10 Celeste lf 111 policy-holders. catarrh, for more than two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting ui In bed orrecllMng In a chnlr. l ha e used one Jug of iVidam's Microbe Killer, and the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a I attribute my relief to the remedy, and child. heartily recommend It to any one suffering from asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. "Respectfully, . "EDWIN It. MOORE, "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvllle. Ga." Asthma and Catarrh Cured. "I have been a sufferer from asthma and fr Gen. Fayette Hewitt, John Stites, Paul Jones, Hon. W. O. Bradley, C. B. Sullivan, A. L. Schmidtt, Henry Mayers, B. H. Hurt, S. Grubb, A. W. Hart, Judge Chas. Carey Peter. M. L. Downs, Ti SW. S it.. . Microbe War, shows what disease Is and. what the remedy must be, and do, to cure It. Read It, circulate It and you wfll the discoverer for saving your life. Address RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER. Na&hvllle. Tenn. J. W. GAYLE or LKCOMPTE A OAYLE CO. sole agents for Franklin com ty. HARRY R. BUSH will represent the COLUMBIAN FIRE and solicit subscripMr. ltatlnm's Microbe Killer Cures all tions to the capitil stock. He will be in the city at an early date. Discuses by Removing tho Cause. Aug. 6 41. Send 2 cents stamp for circular and the ville. 'i V. Capital City Business ESTlBLISKED 1391. College. ' 'J Jnn, lMy. TV "' ISA tfft: !hSS&"jHol a PBAIN ''v I -- : stESC Southeast comer Main andQSt. Clair streets, 3 ir x . TfiCATMENT: Ammmmm Pi2AiTB:E,,013T, Thos. B. Ford, President; Business writing, Book-keepin- g, &3TrrTJ'CTZ7Z' 'r, 'h .... -a . If Dh. E. C. West's Nkhvkand Riuin Tiuut-mkn- t, n guaranteed specific for Hjsterla, DizziNeuralgia, ness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Uraln resulting In Insanity nnd leading to misery, decjiy and death, Premature Old Age. Baireness, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary Loes and Spermaof the brain, torrhoea caused by or lueli box contains a box, or six .boxes one mouth's treatment. $1.00 for $5.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. n self-abu- E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. Shorthand, Typewriting, Grammar, Business Correspondence, Commercial Law, Arithmetic, Spelling, etc. ' half-comi- half-hero- io n Night school fronLSentember to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced student WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. finished. Dlnlomasawarded. Catalogue In nress. Application made for Incorporation. To cure nny enso. With each orderrecelved by us We huve tho bed home school of business In the State of Kentucky. for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will send the purchaser our writ ten guarantee to refund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE LKCOMPTE k. GAYLK CO., and J. W. GAYLE, rm :V7. H. D G, MATTEM, -- h'nmktoit, Ky. thqod . Wo will pny tho above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, or Cnstlvettess we cannot euro with West's Vegetable Liver Hills, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They are tlurely Vegetable, and never fall to give satlsfao-PoSugar Coated Large boxes, containing SO pills, 25 cents, llewar.-- of counterfeits and Imitations. The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY. CHICAGO. $500 Reward! teiej- BOY LOST. ii w lllillllllllll jl, FRANKFORT, KY. n. 334 MAIN STREET. ILL. 1'ormileby nlldrugglsi. lC-l- 1GTH DAY OK JUNE, 1892. A BOT AliOUT THEyears of age, named Curtis Law16 rence, taken by Dr. Robert dale trom the Unptlst Orphan's. Home, Louisville, Ky.. left thohouso or J. 8. Herco. In Franklin county, Ky., and ha not been heard of since by either Dr. Gale or Mr. Pierce. Tho boy Is of medlumllelghtnndwelght for a boy of 15 years, dark eyeB, and dark hair, thick and heavy; he has a rather down look and Is rather talkative. Any information of tho whereabouts of the boy will be greatly appreciated JOHN S. PIKIICE, Jit .. by Dr. dale, or Aug.20-2- t. Peak's Mill, Ky.Q M "m 'm " f.W :M t Vto. r fei.-s ? V'. 7i vB Main Street, Frank-fort- , and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville. ;. -- CIITCII The-L Main Street, Frankfort, and Fourth .and Jefferson, Louisvillo. OTTJR- 560 Straw Hats," hat Je ctweai Sal SEE WINDOW tfCJLJL one-hal- f price. 75 Vests, linen Good Until September the 10th. light-colore- d onlv 15c. each. alpaca's &c, This is unusual with us but we can not See our 25e. avoid it. We have, on account of the extreme Drawers, worth spring 40c. See what 25c. 10t summer 0 niany suits left; we must sell them. and 35c. will doSee our SuspenSee the Great Sacrifice! ders, only 15c, d worth 25c. AH our spring- suits that wen W $12.50, $15.00 aud $18.00; go at $10.00. ora See our Trunks Great on 2d floor. SEE OUR WINDOW, DISPLAY! itfiw light-colore- P m" CRUTCHER FRANKFORTBggBiSaaaasgsssgzw & -- STARKS, -- BBMHHHnHMB - AND- LOUISVILLE. ' .ff Is Your Nerve Steady, are breaking; that your nervous system is giving way. If you have a weak, nervous system the very best thing you can do is to begin y using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. It is the finest Nerve Tonic known and will restore you to health and vigor. Don't delay. Get a free sam- y at Carpenter's South Side 3 rug Store. to-dato-da- Or do you tremble and feel that you Couucil Proceedings. ? i M semi-monthl- t M .y9&v' I (harfo BelhlDC The City Council met in regular r.c.lr. JaWr Tm&a flfe"Vi ana unionnotn- -y m session on Tuesday etiiful, h absTO. evening. N.tblof difficult to l.arn, that President Staten and Councilmen roqulroi mucb Unto. I d.ilr. bat Collins and HafT being Church, on. ptrton from oach dittrlct r absent, the Council was called to eountr. hartal. aaWa?aaL?a' 05v Ttadr uufbt and order bv Oitv Clerk Ohas. G. Payne, in. provldtd wrtib tm and Councilman Mastin was elected The clerk was directed to see that plojmtnt a Utigt President pro tern. . Y.. lunotrAllwho ii oro Moklor rThroo w, It the Street Car Company file ac- St1'4!""' Fdll ponlealoro oib. The minutes of the last meeting ceptance to Afltryuu know. U. If ordinance before work Ucludo lo ro no further, fre. bitra It dout. JLddr.it,j.u hr, no approved were read and C. AtLEX. Jlux 4M, AuiiKta, H.uln. A message was received from the was begun on, same. Dec.6-ly- . The Council then adjourned. Mayor announcing his approval of the ordinance in relation to allowing Are You In It; the Street Oar Company to use the "T rail. Mr. L. Tobin asked that his coffee If not. why not? Why don't you MSTILLKRY, NOW house license be transferred to Mr. always keep on hand a bottle of Dr. A SMALL In operation, for Dale cIipjid. Onlv 44.(100. John Sinclair. Referred to license Hale's Household Cough Cure to allay A r ire bargain. Applj to M. T. MITCHELL. committee. the first irritation caused by a sudden Jai.23-tf- . Frankfort Ky. Numerous petitions of no import cold. This is the finest remedy in the ance wdre received, and referred to world for every kl,nd of cough. You feel the good effect of the first dose, Droner committees. Dr. U. V. Williams, President of and by thorough UBing your cough is the Board of School Trustees, ap- Boon cured. 25 and 50c. bottles at ViSa llil lilfWjff peared and made a report in regard Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. 3 to the West End School, and urged if- the Council to continue the school for the coming year. The Council Wortli Knowing approved same, and directed the Many thousand people have found Bchool trustees to rent the school house and pay the rent of same out a friend in Aunt Fanny 'b Health Re" of the school fund. storer. If you have never UBed this great moved Richardson Councilman person specific for the prevailing malady of that the Council employ some to repair the roof of the bridge the age, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, and have the cords tightened. Rhenraatis'm, Costiveness, Nervous, Adopted. The bridge committee Exhaustion, Nervous Prostration, was then instructed to employ somo Sleeplessness and all diseases arising from derangement of the stomach, competent person. t, Judge Lysander Hord stated that liver and kidneys, we would be the people on Wilkerson and pleased to give you a package, of this Wapplng streets wero troubled great- great nerve tonic free of charge. Chapman & Williams. '45 ly by the cows and asked the Council to see to it. that the cow ordinance Fob Sale A New Process gasobe enforced. Ho concluded by offering a resolution, with the request line stove, which has been used but that the same be adopted by the little and nearly as good as now, is Council, which request was complied offered for sale at a onrgain. Apply Has its irresistible charms for the young Said resolution reads' as at this office. with. Off city of Frankfort could wofk the men who are arrested in their town aud sentenced to the work-housThe matter was referred to the workwho, with the house committee, advice of the city attorney, have power to act. Councilman Darnell offered a resolution to the effect that the Council secure the services of a competent engineer to supervise the construction of the fitreot railroad. Adopted. An ordinance in relation to building pavements and gutters on certain streets was read and adopted. The ordinance further states how wide each pavement shall be and the depth and width of the gutters. Councilman Darnell, chairman of the fire committee, stated that they had accepted the bid of the Bradford Bolting Co., of Cincinnati, to furnish 400 feet of hose at 85 cents per foot, which action the Council concurred e. KEMlMil rB J Ut. mo HlHtaBH WBr 'v5f .vviifejdSRS wIli.B and Inltlllttat mbltlou tafffttl vrilt. to.dir. 1 omlM you bit i.aca any uirljr l.t.UIfffDt b.rMll of tllher iti, wh. vihu. UT't, rttf If ju writl.a ;h WM. CROMWELf ATTORNEY-AT-LAW TABLER'SDII . taLLLLLHMRSh ,, lrtk. u p.clal, ptr.ooal tt.ntlon. I un- bri.rtj- - RBAZ, BSTA.TJB AGJ5N7 WILL raiCTICB DJ BUCKEYtUjLC E a, m .LiigsiMigf tnllf MM JCS mt, .ocr .4h LLLLT rrrrrrrrn tfil rui In tb.li on itcaiiuii, wbtro. rcr .fltr Inltraclio.i, will work ludut. (riouilr, bow Is tralhrtt Thu- ind Doll.- - . .-- tin rtaa write, and mi dJotalDB counties, 1Iran"ln nr .iio sit. .pactai Bttentlon to the pwrohwH and Mlo ol rtoUiUti. collection f nto, elaJra. uu ii ivunuffl gj imqi, will THB COOTTS O) r NTMENT OURES InnSM ' f Mra - mplMmul, wbiok yo HI Mtn that amount. wiu in o niruir Ibt aituatlon -- thtr I1m. I Moore's Poultry Remedy. T8 THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE 1 market. Festively preyents mid cures and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho DEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Trrptni bj BICUABPSOit-TATtOK A SURE MID. CO., BT.l0n8. CHOLERA AND; jGAPES. tion 01 Kentucky Training School. Mt. Sterling, Ky. KSsEISi SOUR-MAS- 1 More then pays for Its use lu the, extra produc 3E FOR CHAPMAN - - m . A Get a trial box. FOR SALE. SXjE BT & Apply early. iate course. practical, homelike. Military school with collegNumber limited: rooms full last year. Major C.W. FOWLER, Superintendent, .lulr nt. WILLIAMS, DRUGtffi- GOODS DANCING CLASS. MnniiftT, 10 o'clock. PRESCRIPTION Headquarters for PERFDMES, TOILET STRAUSS' CLASS IN MISS KATIE nt (,'npaul Hotel. Diiyi DANCINO opn ot Tuition Wodnejuliiy and Frlduy jnomlnw iND SUNDRIES. Finest April S jun nt 18-- tl r 0 Q A WATER in Frankfort. . LEXINGTON, E7, U BBrBfeHjbwBa;3aaMl!liaiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl i f" - i fluff. 3D, 31, Sept. wm FAIR 1, LADI" aid catilognj, addrtw tho a V 2, 8 TENNIS, Competition Open to the World, Frail m vlv 41-t- f. rected and required to prosecute any and all persons who shall violate the ordinance of the city prohibiting tno running at largo of cows within the city limits. Mr. Jas. H. Polsgrove, City AttorWe hare some first olass second ney of Bellopoint. appeared in behalf hand buggies and phaetons for sale. of the board of trustees of that Call and boo them if you want a bartown, and asked the Council to make gain. Mastin Bros. 30-tsome terms with him by which the 23-t- f. f. That the marshal and nolicemen of this city are hereby di follows: Resolved, and beautiful, so have the If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, left at your residence every morning, leave orders at W. II. Averill's drug store, the U. S. Express olllco or a. K. Williams' grocery. .Sr(LAiid rTMiors street: ijM. j& mmmmmmmmmimmmmmmKm The Most Attractive Program Ever Offered TWO RACES EACH DAY! ? BE? FT niKlMi AND oHiLoncN admittio rnrc the riniT day. We Make A Specialty Of These Corsets. & O'DONNELL. Spoolal Trnlno on All Railroads at Hxourslon Raton. Tor fartker lnformlioa ItmUrj. WEITZEL H. WHITNEY, President. XHOS. L. MAKTIN, Secretary. OEO. Jul) If. I I ." ' -- i A " .," ' . JfflJ it' msk "Wv 5 ! .' , uS - .:. ;M $ 'b.v 1 . ,, -', i 4 9"i Frankfort Roundabout-Supplem- ent. $ Volume XV to tho Paris fair, and probably to A FOREIGN TRIUMPH, otho points for tho use of tho brethren. Wo are requested to ask our Sells Brothers Return Kentucky exchanges to No. 51 notice. Lexington Gazette. copy this Crowned With Victorious m Wreaths. FRANKFORT, KY., AUG. 27, 1892. How to Keep Cool. locations & TIME TABLE. Tho following timo tnblo is now effect upon tho L. fc N. road: TBAINB WEST. Up' Jill' in G. P. A., Q. and'O. Route Cincinnati, are looking; for pleasant to spend the hot days at moderate cost, write D. G. Edwards, you1 If No. 21 loavoB No 19 No.231onvosFrftnkfort No. 17 leaveB Frankfort loaves Frankfort Frankfort..... TBAINB EAST. r:BO a. m 9:40 n. m 3:00 p. m 7:88 p.m. Ohio, for copy of Queen and Orescent book, entitled "Summer Days." which will bo mailed promptly free of charge. Rare Opportunities, The Queen & Orescent Route will place excursion tickets on sale to Texas, Arkansas and Indian Territory, at greatly reduced rates, on August 30th, September 27th and October 25th, good for return 20 days from date of sale. For rates, maps and further information, call on Agents of the Q. & 0. Route, of Agent at a . m. 4:35 p. m. No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... 7.48 p. m. 9:15 p. m. No. 22 loaves Frankfort Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagraago for Cincinnati. Nos. 23 and 21 conneot at Anchorage for Bloomfiold Branch. W. W. ALEXANDER No . 18 loavos Frankfort No. 20 loavoe Frankfort .... 10:10 Agent. your station, or address D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. .rW-- SiV'-tVt: 'i - WILSON'S GREAT STRELS. fi. . MIN- - Army of tlie Cumberland n At Clnclta- Re-unio- mauga, September 1892. A Large Audience and a First- Class Show. - rfn' - . ,V-- ' , ,' .V.'. 4v ' ' i.ViV--'- '' ' ft - HI T. mt.yfltf' tmmJ- Vfi'T - ti&y. '$ " George Wilson has got a great min-- . strel show. That is a solid chunk of truth without any taffy about it. Tho company opened in Elmira last night before a magnificent audience, every Beat being occupied and many standing up. For a first night tho performance ran very smoothly. The entertainment opened with "Beau Brummels," with correct costumes .of the period, and their suits were Cincinnati, Ohio. not only new, fresh and clean, but very handsome and tasty. The com- Where to go This Summer. pany was arranged on a series of raised platforms and tho chairs cov If you contemplate taking a trip ered with red plush, making a very this summer remember that the pleasing effect. Elmira's Dan Quin- most delightful place in America is tan, in a resplendent suit, occupied Old Point Comfort, Va. the interlocutor's seat, and was a On Tuesday, July 26th, the Chesabright star in the galaxy. The ap- peake and Ohio Railway will run its pearance of tho Fulton brothers in annual excursion from Lexington and song and dance, ''The Special De- the blue grass region. A trip to Old livery Staff," brought applause and Point will cost you less than to any they were compelled to respond. other place on accouut of the exDick Clark's melange, "Think Quick," tremely low rates made by the was funny and made the audience Hygeia Hotel and the railway comgasp for breath. One of the beBt pany to parties taking advantage of things in the first part was Hi Tom this excursion. Ward's ''Tho Dandy Personified." Full particulars will be advertised He caught the audience immediately, shortly. Chas. L. Bkown, and his dude walk brought rounds of G. P. A. laughter. Ward is a minstrel man all the way through. He was pre- To Chattanooga and Covsented with a boquetof flowers. The ington. appearance of Wilson and Donnelly increased the amusement and the Tho former's "Gone, Gone. Gone," and will sellKentucky Midland Railway tickets to Wilson's ''Speak Easy in Saratoga," return Sept. 13 and Chattanooga ana 14 were very amusing and enjoyable. count Meeting of the at $8.30. AcArmy of the The company contains a number of Cumberland. fine vocalists, 0. D. Davis, Will. E. Covington, To Nankiville, Will. Walling, M. Rale, August Cincinnati and 1st at 3.63; 27th to October comprising a vory strong quartet. They did excellently last night. The Account Latonia Races. Bbucaw, C. D. first part went off with a dash and G. F. & P. A. vim that was refreshing, the jokes were new and free from vulgarity or coarseness, and the finale, arranged Advertised Letters at by Frank'Dumont, exhibited a novel Frankfort, Ivy. way to kill Indians and was a laughable ending to the part. Below will bo found a list of advertised The second part contained some letters for the week ending Angnst 27th, first-clas- number of Brigade and Regimental Associations will attend this reunion. The Queen and Crescent Route have made a half rate fare for this occasion from Cincinnati to Louisville. Wilder's and Hooker's Brigades have arranged to tako a special train over the Queen and Crescont Route to Chattanooga for this occasion. For rates or other in formation address D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Queen and Crescent Route, A then starving the farmer, under the pretense of serving him the same feast. That they treated the public fairly, and by so doing gained the full backing of popular confidence in their promises. Thoao made to the people of Australia certainly suggested the biggest feast of animated wonders and amazing acts ever spread before an eager throng, and of the tens and hundreds of thousands who patronized the show during its six months' Australian season there is proof, universal, emphatic and undeniable that not one went away disappointed or dissatis fied. On the sixteenth of October last Sells Brothers Big Show of the World sailed from San Francisco for Sydney, Australia, .thus Inaugurating the most extraordinary and venturesome tour of Its kind on record, and which was destined to bear the golden fruit of a proportionate success. The leading journals of America all backed its pluck and enterprise with the strongest editorial assurances that its proprietors were entitled to universal respect as representatives of the best type of genuine American manhood, and their great exhibition to all the popularity and success such owership ought to confer. That they never compounded with fraud by claiming that "tho people liked to be humbugged." That they acted upon tho wise and just principle of giving their patrons more than their money's worth, and always recognized that ono man's money was as good as an other's, by giving the same complete show in every place of exhibition, instead of stuffing the metropolis and KHBFFHPBH MidMLKmmMi July 30-l- Hf inQTITIITP I I Is now in successful operation for the treatment of the Liq uor. morpmne ana and 10C iodbcgg naoits 'St OFFICE LOCATED AT s rt) never appeared to better advantage. His new songs, new methods and ideas were many, and he captured the audience and made them laugh. Napier and Marzollo are a pair of the greatest bar performers in the world, and Bunnell and Rankin have no superiors in musical comedy. ''Our Colored Sweethearts" did some nimble dancing and high kicking, and the French Empire clog was great, William Rowo's clog solo being the greatest ever seen on the stage, and his pedestal act wonderful. Tho entertainment concluded with Frank Dumont's burlesque, "The Tar (colored) Tartars," arranged for William Henry Rice, who appeared as Carmoncita and Sara Bernhardt. Mr. Ivice, is one of tho greatest female impersonators in tho world. aro as good as they His make-upcould be, and his act one that is a fitting climax to such an entertainment. The burlesque also gives Emperor George a part which he makes s specialties. George Wilson 1892: Mills, Jas. McLvans, Miss Pawell, Arthur Mosby, Wm. Paige, Mrs. A. E. Ruvet, Margaret Soper, Miss Em Co. Graves, Eliza Scheuble, Johan Sauthers, John Gibson, S. J. Hondrix; Mattie Sparks, John Smith, Mary BedJohnson, P. O. ford Jpnes, Stella Triplett, Mrs. G. Ly title, Win. Trigson, Henry Lewis, Lillian Taylor, W. H. ICerlin, Henry Vinigan, Robt. Mitchell, 0. W. Marshall, Newell Wartlold, Allen Allen, E. E. Cissell, Charles Dudlestall, S. J. Davis, Mrs, P. French, Lee Fraester, Wm. & H. When where else to be seen; and all will be Onl? direct line between exhibited at Frankfort, on Monday, September 12, just as advertised, and with the honorably won prestige of Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, holding first place in two great empires, thousands of miles apart. lisle, overpartial, independent and critical suiting physicians, Drs. E. E. HUME and G. V. CHINN. foreign press; and when it unanimous- This is an opportunity of being permanent'' relieved of the. terrible ly conceded, as it did even before the Our remedy is a diseases, Alcoholism and Morphine. show was able to utilize a single horse in any way, that its surpassing Cure ! greatness was no vain boast, it settled Complete, Ab solute and question of honest supremacy the which is Guaranteed. both at home and abroad. The great Sydney dailies remarked that multiplying circuses and stages and V. L. CLARK, J. VV. GAYLK, . entertainments might appear at first aug.20-3Secretary. President. sight to be a waste of energy and talent, but there was no denying the impre3siveness that it lends to the a K55i?pi Vallfly C0, show as a whole. That the spectator New?0?l W J CHINN JR felt himself bewilderingly amazed by the variety of the efforts made for his entertainment. That space failed Washington, Philadelphia, them to note all the striking features Will practice in all State Courts. Of of a programme almost as compliNow York, Baltimore, fice second floor, Custom House. cated as a railway time-tablThis re y. Old Point and the Jan. one thing, however, remained distinctly clear: That in Sells Brothers' M. BE ATT Y, amusement arithmetic, ciphers don't AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. Attorney at Law&Kcal Estate Agt., count. No aggregation of them will make a unit; neither will any number BEATTYVILLE. LEE. CO. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. 1891. of commonplace things and unkown IN LEE. BREATHITT, WOLFE, fill-umake a great show. PRACTICES Powell, Clay and otnei Limited Fas t Express Accm. Dally Dally .Mail The Messrs. Sells know this, and their counties. EAST BOUND uiiiy. iMuy. Ex Sun, ex Sun Sent. .united grand Australian living exLexington . Lve. 7 33a in UUOpm 114Udm 53Ppm hibit, monster menagerie, regal 00pm 40pm risoimi 8 Winchester " UNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA' Roman hippodrome, triple circus, Mt. Sterling " 85iatn ilpm i unmi 7 35pm CIIARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. elevated Olympian stage, aerial disDAILY. " plays, tribe of wild Bedouin warriors, Xext session begins 15th Sept. Courses In Art. Ashland. . " 12 10am 1007pm 840(1111 5 Dam Yi'Hium EiiKlneerltitf, children's fairyland frolic, darkest ment apply to Law, Medicines. For announce- Cattlettsburg " I'JoOpm umpm 30,1111 1047pm Huntlnston Africa aquariitm, spectacular pilgrimWashington " oitoimv 1210pm w M. M. THORNTON. LL.. D., Chairman. I'hiladeiphla ' 10 Warn 650pm age to Mecca, and Arabian Nights' New York Arr. KMimil 82Jpm entertainments, include and represent only that which is most wonderful, DAILY, WEST BOUND. excellent, exciting and refined. From performing mammoth, or huge disHuntington Le. (iOOam 133pm 645rm porting amphibia, to daintiest detail, Cattlettsburg " G251I1I t 4pm 7 14pm Ashland . . . " US7iim 203pm there is nothing inferior or commonShortest and quickest between Ex Sun. place about this extraordinary rich Mt. Sterling Lve. io 2,nm 50Spm 1 20pm 625am' and attractive alliance. It possesses . " U15ami 4opm lboptn 710am Winchester Lexington . Arr, 1203pm G20pm 2 45pm 805am every feature, feat and display of FRAlFOrJ, Louisville Arr 5 2:3pm 050pm 740pm 1150am AN9 CINCINNATI both home and foreign origin, in LIMITED VK 5TIBULED riUtNS run dally in keeping with such an entertainment, connejtlo.i vit i C IcHllltf.lKB ic Ohio 'K. F. V." , that can be procured, and many no to New York It is evident that only merit, and 105 that of the most pronounced kind, With could secure good words from a not IDr. 3. Ann Street, CAPITAL HOTEL BLD'G, IF1- - Tliompson m in charge, and con- -' Permanent . v.jj ' ijjjj ta '1 'ri . e. 30-- 1 Sea-Sho- J VF3 ps t. I i G V Kentucky Midland '& c i l I - Hi '. . I J Car FAST MAIL runs tlally and TitAINS make local stops between Lexington aud Huntington. HOVTINGTON : it MORBUEAD .accommoda tlons run dally. MT. STERLING ajeonimjilatlons run dally exes p tun TilUOU.ill SLEEPING OAKS to and from ashlnftoitan.l Nw York without change. 1,1 w .?, teille, LEXINGTON fc MOUEtIS ID & LEXINGTON Cynthiana, Fal- Standard Part. Co. ad- calling for these letters say vertised. J. M. Saffell, Postmaster. For Sale I offer for sale my property on Third, between Main and Logan streets, in South Frankfort. Apply for terms to 49-t- f. mouth and Covington. ASK FOR ; Gen. Pass. Agent, TICKETS VIA KY. C. L.BKOWN, E. A. FELLMER. MIDLAND. W.8. Harbison. G.A.. Ashland. Ky. G W. BAK.NKY, G. A. . Lexington ,Ky. louisviiIiLe very funny. As said, George Wilson has a great show this year. It is perhaps saying a good deal, but tho Star does not believo a bettor one was over on the road. Ho ought to make a barrel of money out of it, and his many friends here will hope ho will. He certainly got a good start in Elmira. The company plays in Syracuso Elmira Evening Star, Saturday, to-nig- Mastin Bros, have some splendid Surreys, Pheatons and FURNISHED BY GLOVER & PURRETT, Buggies that they offer cheap. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. second-han- d 42-t- f. tobacco MARKET. Bargains. TRAINS RUK BY CENTRAL STANDABQ TIME. TIME TABLE JUNE 20. 1S02, V 31 I I Jv IT TRAINS E AST. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. A Frankfort Summit Elkhorn Swltzer stumping Ground I V M 7. QS&jftT ' t No. 1. No. 3. No. August 1. At the Opera House, Thursday, September 1st. To Shelbyville. Effective June 20th, the K. M. R. R., in connection with tho Louisville Southern, will sell tiokets to Shelbyville from Frankfort and intermediate stations, that heretofore have taken higher rate, at $1.75. This will be a great convenience to passengers who use this route. Confederate Association Tent. tion have purchased a large tent, whioh will bo erected on tho fair grounds during the fair, whore all their wives, daughters and friends will find cordial Tho tent will be a very welcome. largo pno, with firnr rooms and a wide hall, with tables, chairs and other conveniences. The tent will bo sent &. The Confederate Veteran Associa- Sales on our market for tho week justclosed amount to 4,095 hhds., with receipts for tho same period of 2.495 hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 114,144 hhds. Sales Tn qolak in4 direct root from of the crop of 1891 on our market to date 98,788 hhds. TO LOaiSTlLLE lOMISJS IRQ TEXftSi DThe offerings of burloy tobacco on our market have been large again Ons hundred and fifty bUm this week. The low and medium goods have shown grades of colory additional strength, otherwise the SHORTEST TO LITTLE BOCK, market remains about as it has been And the ralj note for tho past two weeks. Wo have recently had fine rains over the greater part of the burley section and Without Change of Cars. no doubt there will be a great coming out of that part of the crop which is It jou are gains to emigrate to in such a backward condition. The following quotations fairly Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth reprosont our market for burloy tobacco, orop of 1891: Austin, Houstin, Trash (dark) or damaged U ... LOHHMIUliLlLIlll 3.48 4.02 4.00 4.14 Lv. Johnsoii . . 4 22 Lv. Georgetown . B. 3.C0 4.32 Lv. C. S. Depot . 3.V0 7.0U 4.47 . . lv. Newtown 3.33 4.56 7.18 Lv. Centrevllle . 3.45 7.23 5.01 Lv Elizabeth . . 4.U0 5.15 7.37 Ar l'arls . . . . .C. V M ' I A M I P M I k M No. 2. No. 4 No. ti INo.12 TRAINS WEST. 4.35 C . 8.00 5.50 Lv. Paris 5.01 8.12 6.02 Ar. Elizabeth 5.10 6.06 8.16 Ar. Cntervllle 5.25 8.24 6.14 Newtown Ar. 6,T2 8.36 Ar. O S. Depot 6.52 5.45 0.37 Ar. Georgetown . ,B. a41 7.05 6.45 8.49 Ar. Johnson 7.15 6.51 8.54 Ar. Duvall 7.35 6.68 Ar. Stamping Ground . 0.01 0,18 7.55 7.10 Ar. Swltzer 7.16 8.10 0.10 Ar. Elkhorn 8.20 7.22 9.25 Ar. Summit 8.30 7.30 Ar. Frankfort . . , A . 9.33 Lv. Duvall A B C G.00 6.00 6.11 6.18 6.32 6.8'J 6 44 6.52 6.56 8.S0 3.36 3.41 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.35 Georgetown GKH THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST lo lew Orleans Time, 25 Hours. 80LID VESTIBULED TRAINS. The shortest and tmlckest. Georgetown Solid Vestlbuled LEXINGTON, to Jacksonville, Aia Time, 26 Hours. Trains. The Short lino K.T., 4 60 tobacco Common Colory trash... 5 50 Medium to good colory $5 50 7 00 9 00 7 00 Tbli the CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE. Wo Common lugs not colory 5 Medium to good colory 10 lugs 7 Common Colory lugs Common to medium leaf 8 14 Medium to good leaf. 17 Good to fine leaf. trash 7 00 00 00 50 00 00 00 change o( cars to M0HTG0MEBY, 15 10 14 17 25 MOBILE, MEMPHIS 00 AHD NEW 0BLEANB. 00 00 VerturtnertaxonaaUon, addreai 00 Select or wrappery tobacco 00 C. F. ATBKORB, ?.P. T,A., LOUiaYILlS, KXMYUCKT. 25 00 32 00 connects with L. & N. 12 Knoxvillk, Tknn. Time,5 ' connects with Q. & C. and L. S. 17 AsnK.vn.LK, N. C. , connects with K. 0. CnATfANOOOA, TKNN., ' ' 11 ' Frank-fo16 Atlanta, G., "Effective July 24th. Sunday trains leave BIKMINUUAM. ALA.. 16 8:15 a. m. and 3:30 n. m.. arrive at GeorgeDirect ConnectlonsatNewOrleansandShrev town 9:10 a. m. and 4:22 p.m.; Purls 9:50 a.m. port for Texas, Mexico and California. and 5:10 p. m. Leave Frankoit via Kentucky MldlandRallway p. m.. arrive at Lo ive Paris 10:10 a. m. and Georgetown 10:55 a. in. and 6:03 p. m.j Frankfort vIaGeorgetown5:45a.m.;arrlveClnclnnatllO:26 b. m. QulcXer than any other line. 11:50 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. All trains arrlv tt departf romCantralUnlOB The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all Depot, Cincinnati. and west. VorRate. Maps, &o.. address points north, south E. T. CHARLETON, For further information apply to their acents. E. B. WEITAEL, A.,unattanooga, if. 0. D. BERCAW. City Ticket Agent. D. , EDWABD&, D. MILLER, Gen. Pass. Agt. HARPER, Gn. Supt. GEO. B. Traf.Mns.ClncJnuatl.O. UOUH rt " - 'iF Wh i. st. SP.&l.T & iri'iiiiiMiirTir''' Ifiiiirt'iiitiTii titBKr WTTiffi'M" (T.I tfifW mt-- ' ;e ' r3ro ,!Jwi ' :" V-- t '.. 6:--; Lf , tfVMRMMM T1NN MWII iHWilMlllll H WW HMMIN. , ii.'iWI 5 WW.i IMIW WKkIM ! HMMaMMHM HMM ' . UH if J f "!(. J! ;.m : &M I, W ' .K llifwp tffc E 1jSL 'rfc- . 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