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SEPTEMBER 3, Zilpali. 189W. Number 52 3 Ml" A' . V teG m 'a DECISIVE Baking Powder Tests ' 'l After a long delay wo come to the front with a few items. Crops are very good and weather delightful. Some are cutting tobacco. Mrs. Margarot Jones and daughter, Miss Lulie, are visiting Mr lenry .Fool and lamily, at Bagdad. Miss Otha Perkins visited The United States Official fe at Benson the past week. Mr. Dan .uuiiBuu, relatives I If wi i for ri i ! Caatoria carta Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, giros sleep, and promotes dl Without injurious medication. H For several years I have recommended your Castoria, ' and shall always continue to do so as it baa invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pajidbx, M. D., "Tho Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. ; W ls Investigation of Baking Powders, made, by authority of Congress, in the Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, furnishes the highest authoritative is the best. informa- tion as to which powder The Official Report Shows the ROYAL to be a cream of tartar baking powder, superior to all others in leavening power (uffifi). FAIttOXJS ABROAD. Hockersmlth and wife, of vibiluu relatives in tins community Saturday and Sunday. Mr. G. F. Moore and Mrs. Edna "Watkins, his daughter, of Flag Fork, visited Owen Deakins and family, of Bagdad, this week. John M. Jones and brother, contractors, have Mr. M. S. Scrogin's house partly erected. After five months of illness the scribe is able to bo out again. MisB Sallle Bell, teacher of Fallen Rock school, is attending the Teachweek. last. Infants and Children. " CmatorU la o wtll adapted to children that I recommend i t aa superior to any prescription H. A. Archxx, H. D., known to mo." Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. Its merits so well known and "Tho use of Castorta' la sounlrersal work that it seems a to endorse it Few are the of supererogation Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carlos Mxrttk, D.D;, New York City. Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Eef ormod Church. ers' Institute, at Frankfort, this it Tn Ckhtabs Coupxht, 77 Mummy Strek, Nrw Yon. . 0. W. Perkins and Link Olark attended tho picnic at Benson Saturday Feb. 13-l- y. Sells Brothers' Big Show of the World Returns to Astonish all at Home. When it comes to oven tho ordione-rinsmall nary, "round-top- " circus, "men are but children of a larger growth." Small old-time, g, $'. wf. vw. v 51 :.' - ' ' wonder then that the announced visit to Frankfort on Monday, Sept. 12th. of SellB Brothers' Enormous United Shows the leading and longest established of all the great arenio enterprisescreates a childlike furore Nor is of delighted expectation. enthusiastic anticipation in this instance misplaced, lor the assurances are genuine and ample that there will De revealed to us, really and inThe Daisies. trinsically the big show of the world, so far as rare wild beast possessions, A Great Benefactor. brilliant equestrian and athletic pergorgeous oriental pageanformances, try, and revived imperial, ancient-tim- e "Educators are certainly tho heroic contests and pastimes can greatest benefactors of the race, and fill the bill. So there now comes to after reading Dr. Franklin Miles' us clear from the very opposite side popular works, we cannot help deof ''the great globe itself," after a claring him to bo among the most most marvelous journey entertaining and educating of auof lover twenty thousand miles, and thors." New York Daily. Ho is not crowned with the enthusiastic praises a stranger to our readers, as his adof a great, young sister empire, a vertisements appear in our columns wondrously rare exhibit of strangest in every issue, calling attention to Australasian creatures: a regal the fact that this elegant work on Nervous and Heart Disease is disRoman hippodrome, a menagerie, three big circuses com- tributed free by our enterprising bined: a strange desert cai'avan of druggist, J W. Gayle. Trial bottles wild, warlike Bedouin athletes; the of Dr. Miles' Nervine are given away n also a book of testimonials showing only exhibited pair of hippopotami; a huge elevated that it is unequalled for nervous lympian stage; a royal Japanese prostration, headache, poor memory, carnival of daring dizziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia, troupej a mid-ai- r 2 evolutions; fairyland frolic for tho hysteria, fits, epilepsy. ... . children; golden Mother Goose Pageants, romantic pilgrimages to To New Orleans. Mecca; Arabian Nights Entertain-- , magnif-- 1 xnents, and a tremendous and icent free street parade, rolled into The L. & N. will sell tickets to New one millionaire alliance, for but one Orleans, September 3d to (Jth,good to price of admission; or, more properly return September 15th, at one fare speaking, roaring, rushing, racing, for round trip; account prize fights. W. W. Alexander, marching, dancing, gliding, tumbling, Agent. soaring, diving and disporting under some ten acres.of tents. "Whew! the, very thought of it fairly makes one j Specimen Cases. catch his breath. And not only is it S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., a very great, but it is. a very good, was troubled with Neuralgia and olean, admirably managed show, ab- Rheumatism, his Stomach was disorsolutely free from any and every an- dered, his Liver was affected, to an noyance or objectionable association, ilnrming degreo. appetite fell away, and under tho immediate eye of its and he was terribly reduced in flesh proprietors, who are no irresponsible and strength. Three bottles of Elecand predatory speculators, but men tric Bitters cured him. of high standing at home capitalists, Edward Shepherd, HarrodBburg, bank directors, and members of the 111., had a running sore on his leg of Board of Trade. Not only does our eight years' standing. Used three own pressvouch for both them and bottles of Electric Bitters and seven their magnificent exhibition in the boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and most generous terms, but all tho his leg is sound and well. John newspapers of Australia express the Speaker, Catawba. O., had flvd largo highest admiration for their liberality Fever sores on his leg, doctors Bald and pluck, in venturing so far with ho was incurable. One bottle Elecsuch a vast entertainment, in the tric Bitters and one box Bucklen's face of so many formidable obstacles. Arnica Salve cured him entirely. They amply deserve a rousing homo Sold by the South Side drug store, g welcome, on all Hands, ana are 3 P. H. Carpenter. it. six-mont-live-contine- nt full-grow. ! i neice, Hittie Sudduth, of Dryridge, visited the family of Mr. Syl. Sudduth, Sunday last. The Benson Valley boys went to Mink Run and played the Mink Run and Hardinsville clubs combined, the score at the end of the game standing 9 to 5 in favor of the Mink Run Olub. But tho Benson Valley boy s came back singing, for they .don't expect to beat always, especially on such grounds as that. The briers were so bad that our boys hoard June bugs singing in them and thought they were bumble bees, and ran and left the ball while the Mink Run boys run in three scores before our boyB could find the ball again. Miss Annie Baker visited Miss Florence Moore last Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Moore, of Defoe, visited this community last week. T. V. Gordon and wife visited Frankfort last week. Miss Lulio Moore is visiting Mr. J. 0. Deakins and family, at Croppers. Dovil Edington visited Miss Edna Moore, near Scrabble, this week. Wilson Moore and wife visited Louis RobertB and family at Croppers last week. Married Last week, Henry Skel-to- n to Miss Mattie Jones. They have the well wishes of the scribe. ! ROWEiSC TT&l S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, 7PP IiijJj, Ky. . m j r,t T - m .& ' , r. . Close Observer. ; Strong Witnesses. Among the thousands of testimonials of cures by Dr. Mile's New Heart Cure, is that of Nathan Allison, a n citizen of Glen Rock, Pa., who for years had shortness of breath, sleeplessness, pain in left side, Biiouiaers, smotnenng spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and Liver Pills, cured him. Peter Jaquet, Salem, N. J., is another witness, who twenty years suffered with Heart Disease, was pronounced incurable by physicians, death stared him in the face, could not lie down for fear of smothering to death. Immediately after using the New Cure he felt bet ter and could lie down and sleep all night, and is now a well man. The New Cure iB sold, also a free book, hy 2 J. W. Gayle. well-know- OUR GREAT SLAUGHTER ' mrr SALE CON- " t TINUED. ( -- m i a We must reduce our immense stock of . Vj" V! .. .' .. s ., ..JCfc, m Carpets, iRuga, Mattings, Linoleums, Lace Curtains, Fariders and Wallpapers, L,. & N. Excursion Rates. excursion, good 20 days, to points in Arkansas, Texas and Indian Terri- pay you to come and see us. First come, first served. tory, ono fare for round trip. Aug. 27th to Oct. 1st, Cincinnati Brower & Co.'s old stand. and return, account Latonia races, at $3.62. The L. & N. E. R. offers the follow- And will continue our GREAT BARGAIN SALE fifteen days ing reduced rates: Sept. 27th and Oct. 25th, Harvest longer. If in need of any thing in the above mentioned line-?- , it will C. F. For further particulars apply to V. TV. Alexander, Agent. When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria. When she w,a8 a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, sho clung to Castoria. When sho had Children, sho cave them Castoria, BROWER, SCOTT & FRAZEE, Carpets, Furniture, "Wallpaper, Draperies. Fair To See KEADY FOR BUSINESS! ( vT gee-tin- . a Failure. Is JfOapt. W. A.Abbott, who has long, been with MessrB. Perolval & Hatton, Have you been trying to Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, ' beat out of existence withoutget the health is one of the Des Moines, Iowa, and you been family? beet known and most rospected busl in yourout youlife Have the effects from ness men in that city, sayB: "I can wearing Cham- of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and testify td the good qualities of Having Indigestion?you Aro you sleepless at berlain's Cough remedy. night? Do it in my family for the past eight feeling languid,awake in the morning used with coated tongue ' years I can safoly say it has no equal sallow, Don't do for either colds or croup." 25 and 60 ' and A shout haggard looks? tells how it. the camp cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Aunt Fanny'sin Health Restorer has 62 druggist, cured others; it will oure you. Trial r , marriage I ? If You going Guuning for Bargains in Hardware and Cutlery, Ammunition and Sporting Goods, G-un- M Paints, Oils and Glass, You'll need to go no farther; than call on .. Nothing in the way of Novelties g begins to compare with the sister, Mrs. Monio Cox, in Belle-poin- t, For Malaria, Liver Trouarray now displayed by W. this week. ble, or!ndigestion,use L. Coppersmith, the Jeweler. Mrs. George Bryant, of Antiooh, Raised Gold and Diamond visited her paronts. Mr. and Mrs. J. hROWN'S Watches of all kinds and D. Moore, last week. George MitoHoll, family and Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria, prices. Mr. MiB8 Benson Valley. Ib freo. Largo Bize 60o. at hapman & Williams. 46 m V M Prudio Hulott visiting her glit-erin- IRON-BITTER- M. P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant. . In-crust- ed rt"N W W'f.tf $.P 'vr U IMCillDiJLarxi 77";g:oia.js- - , K SELLING OUT AT COST. We will sell at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Rames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Bopes 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 regt lar price. x t lM - m a- - 5, r. :-- "" ..w v ?r ',..'. . j. ; . . Oor. Main and Lewis Streets, w COLLINS Wednesday i 0& BRO., Opposite the Farmers Bank. :' BP" ' .) i afternoon. A stranger who did not know Cassell hits returned from Misses Lottie and Kittie Newbrandt, Mr. John to New York. visiting MIbs Mary better, might have mistaken this who have been a trip Miss Ada Scottow is visiting Miss Todd, left Wednesday for their homo city for a mining camp on Thursday niorning, had he been upon one of in Cincinnati. Maggie Lamb in Lexington. our- principal streets and witnessed Messrs. John McC. Bull and Mr. Thos. P. Averill attended the Clarence Hawkins will leave Monday the scene of one man, under the inLexington Fair Wednesday. fluence of liquor, terrorizing tho Mr. J. Taylor Graham, of Louis- for, Louisville to attend the College town, and firing his pistol at random, of Pharmacy. ville, 1b visiting friends in this city. while oflicers of the law stood by Miss Irmina Weitzel ha9 returned Dr. E. E. Hume has returned from without arresting and locking him a week'B viHit to friends in Spencer from quite an extended visit to her up, as was their sworn duty. This ; brother, Mr. Louis P. Weitzel, in In was not the first time this week, nor , county. dianapolis, Indiana. this year for that matters, that Mr. Sherley Wintersmith has returned from a visit to his parents in Misses Eugenia and Eflie T. Lewis, of similar scenes have been enacted upGreenville, Mississippi, who have on our streets, and the g Louisville. been visiting friends hare, lefc Mon- citizens would like to know from the Misses Katie Green and Rose day for Georgetown. Police Commissioners why it has not Crittenden are, visiting friends in Dr. Henry Williamson and wife, of been stopped. Do they propose to Lexington. keep men on the police force who Mr. Richard Parrent, of Chattanoo- Boone county, spent several days with his father, Mr. J. H. Williamson, will only arrest negroes for ''shootga, Tennessee, is visiting relatives in ing craps" or some harmless countrynear this city, this week. this county. Mr. Harry Graham and family who man for shouting on the streets, or Mr. John W. R. Williams returned will they give ub oflicers who will do Wednesday evening from a . trip to have been visiting his mother in this their whole duty and arreBt all violacity, will leave Monday for their Kansas City. tors of the law, regardless of who "Dr." John McGurk, who has been they are or what their condition in Mr. Aloise Graham and Miss Bessie viBiting relatives in Lexington has life? former they had bettor White, of Madison, Indiana, have resignirthobody, but if the latter, the returned home. in a been visiting Mrs. Jane Todd and would like to see them Miss Libbie Patterson, of LouiH-vill- family on Campbell street this week. "get a move on themselves" in that is the guest of Mrs. G. W. HanMrs. Sarah LeCompte having sold direction. cock this county. . her homo' in this city, she and her Mrs. Julia T. Thompson has re-A Runaway. daughter, Miss Maggie, will remove turned from a visit to her son in to Lexington to reside in a short Rock Island, Ills. Thursday afternoon a horse betime. longing to Mr. Carter Hales, of Belle-poin- t, MisBEmma Morris left Thursday Mrs. Poplin and daughter, of attached to a heavy Tennessee for a ten days' visit to French Lick Louisville, Miss Auspaugh, of Cinwagon, took fright in South FrankSprings, Indiana. cinnati, and Miss Miller, of Chicago, Miss Ruby Ringo, of Aehlatrtl, is are visiting Mrs. G. W. Hancock, of fort and ran away. Near tho corner of 'Second and Bridge streets the the guest of MisB Cordelia Lindsey, this county. wagon struck a road cart containing Wapping street. on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peter and chil- a lady and a boy. Both occupants of Sterl-- ' Miss Lizzie Bigstaff, of Mt. dren and Miss Eliza Singleton, who were thown out and badly ing, is the guest of the Misses Holt have been spending the summer with the cart but had no bones broken, bruised, on Campbell street. Mrs. J. M. Todd, left Thursday for and the cart was considerably damProf. T. M. Turner and wife re- their home in Louisville. aged. The horse continued his mad turned Wednesday evening from a Mrs. Jas. A. Hodges and children, race around tho river road, and into visit to relatives in Virginia. of Louisville, who have been visiting Bellepoint as far as McDaniel's Miss Adelma Crutcher returned relatives in this city and Stamping stable, where he was stopped. The Saturday from a'viBit to relatives Ground during the summer, returned only damage done to the wagon was near Peytona, Shelby county. the breaking of a shaft. Almost tho horaorWodnesday afternoon. Scott and wife Hon. James Andrew Rev. Dr. Walker, of Lexington, entire distance over which the horse from a trip to Wash- Rev. Dr.Snively, of Louisville, Judge ran had been filled with vehicles, have returned ington and Old Point Comfort. H. S. Rhoton and Dr. Dan Hender bringing the people who attended Capt. Wright, U. S. A., and wife, are son, of Georgetown, Bpent last Sun- - the base ball game back to town, only a few minutes before, and had visiting Mrs. Wright's sister, MrB. day with Rev. H. G. Henderson. the runaway occurred sooner there Nannie Duvall, on Shelby Btreet. Mrs. Gen'l. John Rodman, and is no telling what damage would Mies Alice Baker, who has been daughters, Misses Susie and Hallie have been done. visiting Miss Pattie Williams, has re- V., of Louisville, . who have been spending the summer with relatives turned to her homo in Owensboro. Right or Wrong. Mr. W. S. Lawwill, local editor of in this city, left for home yesterday. Winch will we huve? It does seem "as if some folkn prefer to have the last condition of the the Danville Democrat, is viBiting Come Here to L,ive. They perpetually liver rather than tho (Int. county. friends "near Farmdale, thiB dose themselves with purgatives totally without Mr. Borryman, of Clifton, has rent; virtue or ulterutive of liver trouble. Hostetttr's Rev. George Darsio and wife refor turned Wednesday from their trip to ed the residence of Mr. Wm. Craik, Stomach Hitters Is the .successful candidate well and yet, popular uud and Cleveland. on Campbell street, lately occupied the people'sIs,choice, are unfortunates who keep there known as It Star Island, Michigan, remedies of by Mr. F. M. Scofleld, and will re- on Istrying the dnibtlc portion ot tho former days. Ohio. public that It to tho Intelligent to reide and en- the well kno.vn and long tried properties ot the Miss Pattie Moore, of Georgetown, move to this city Bitters appeal. Heason snould be Raided by exia perience In the matter ot medication. "The has been visiting her sister, Mrs. 0. gage in business. Mr. Berryman beit guide to our teet Is the lump of experience," Mrs. W. II. Posey. R. Crutcher, on Clinton stroot, this a brother of said it great patriot of the early revolutionary law-abidin- Personals. I Lewis, returned home Disgraceful. GOOD THINGS ARE IN STORE FOR YOU. THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. 18 '''". .. fc T Opit STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM hundieds take from it, yet it never diminishes. there is a never-dyin- g This, of course, is because spring of supply e, tax-payer- s that feeds the stream. SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE So do sluggish stocks They become decayed. They are not fit for commercial use any more than decayed meat, Finally, they are known as "dead'."" ., - CONSTANT MOTION is always flowing out and flowing in. 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 V " DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADYAN- TAGE of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading with. R. K. McCLURE, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. Plcasureville Next Weclc. Tho Pleasurevillo Baso Ball Club homo club will play the next Thursday and Friday. As thoy have beaten our boys two games, ,hot contests may bo looked for and it is to bo hoped that tho attendance will bo largo. , , The Garfield Club. Tho members of tho Garfield Club will please remember tho meeting of tho club next Thursday ovoning at eight o'clock, and come out in full force. There will be business to attend to and all Bhould take a part. Quo. W. Reock, President. W. K. VanWinkle, Secretary. week. Meetings. Miss Aida Poindextor, of GreenHew Sam F. Taylor, of Liberty, wood, Mississippi, is the guest of her cousin, Geo. A. Lewis, 421 Second Mo., has been secured for a short timo street. to assist tho pastor of tho Baptist Mrs. Irene Gray, of Paducah, who Church in a sories of meetings. Ho has been visiting Mrs. Sally Robin- -' ha3 arrived and will preach son, left Tuesday, for Woodford at both services and during next week." His work in tho west has been county. with great success and is Rev. E. A. Penick and family re- attended ono of tho best preachers to turned Wednesday from a visit to said be Harrodsburg and Harrowgate, Ion of his State. All ai'e invited to attond- Protracted period, and the exclamation Is pregnant with tiuth. Kor over u third of a century tlid Bitters daily has met with the endorsement ot people Ki'lierlm; irom liter coiuplulnt. malaria, constipation, iheiimutism, debility and troubles accompanied by dtspepsln. Latterly It has declared and been thoroughly approved us a remedy for "la grippe." its-se- lf w New Postofllce. postofllce, called Cave has' been established in Point, .this county','- -' at tho residence of Mr. Charles Hamilton, on tho pike between Bridgeport and Benson Station, with Mr. Hamilton as postmaster. Tho mail will be sent to the now ofllce by way of Benson. A -- now Two Farms for Sale. ADMINISTltATOIl A1SLewis, I oiler lur hiiIo OF THE LATE W. S. TWO GOOD.HIlt 'FARMS. llity-tliiv- o Miss Carrio Selbert '.JeftMonday A light ftan wrap, with pink Bilk for a two months! visit' to friendsdn Logahsport, Indiana,, ,and Chicago, lining to collar. A liberal reward will bo paid for its return to this Illinois. office. It was lost on the Owonton Mrs. John M. Todd,. of. LouiBvillo, pike, between thiBvcity and Mr. Henry 52-' who has been visiting Mrs. M. J. Church's. . P nosseo. . , ,' Lost. A cine. euro for disoaso without medi Writo for full particulars to ' ITOIt DYSPKPSIA, Indirection, and Stomach disorders, tnko JIKOWN'H lllO.V ItlTTEHS. All dealers keen it, SI per bottle. Genuine has trade-murand crowed red lines on wrapper. DulSols, & Webb, Koom 10, Norton Block, Corner. Fourth' and Jcfl'orsoii, ' Loiilsyillci Ky. One contains one hundred niul acres, and Is located on Btony Creek, one mile from tliu Flat Creek pike. 75 acres Is kooA tobacco laud, and is well Unproved. Will bo sold in two tracts If desired. The other contains 100 acies, lyliur on Flat Creek pike near Marvloland; 20 acres In timber One balance In grass and under cultivation. dwelling, mid 'i tenement houses nndorchnrd oa tiie place. Well watered. For terms apply to W. P. LEWIS. Adm'r or J. K.LEWJS, Sept. llarvlclancl. lV-1- i . l'J Y . Fall Woolens i .,i T '51. ' , fell J& '.' .. V : Sfc: 5- - v. . f fc 9& ti. V , i. $'A : W: :'WV ' .v , V Hb& J t. .4.' v .s '.,- SI ' a ' Fall Hats, Fall Neckwear! 13 Jr"u."fc In. " j. V" tih' . ': Vk-.- ' , HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! Tuesday's Game. U 'S nWB i L. JAPANESE Tho game Tuesday resulted in one of tho biggest sensations which ever Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works . tfv i"v Ml p I ' - fry . :; , Pv-- w mi , m p y. t' ' ' ' ''' proof.Dositivo. Tho management of the club, realizing instantly that somobhing must bo done, did not hesitate. Although thoso who woro rogarded as tho guilty parties were two of tho best and most popular players, thoir services wero dispensed with that night for Thursand the club day's game as follows: Golns, c; Stagg, p.; Lindsoy, 1 b.; Phillips, 2 b.; Wintersmith, s, b.; Barrett, 3 b.; Hewitt, If.; Newman, cf.; VanDer-- , voor, rf. V Great credit is due to Mr. Riohard- Vm for his bold stand, and to the nlanagomont for backing him up. it is acknowledged that the nine is weakened by tho absence of shook pur city.- - Not only? were the cranks proper jostled out of their Is the place to buy. Farmers, you cap buy equanimity, but oven those who usuL ally take little interest in,, (he. game were astounded. It came about in A Guaranteed Cure for Files or whatever kind or decree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding this wise; Itclil'ip, Chronic, accent or I'eredltary. This For the first five innings the game Remedy has 6positively never been known to fall. 1 1.00 u box, boxes, for $5.00; dent by mall prewas what would be called, in slang paid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee to each purchaser of six boxes, jparlanco, a "hummer." Prank Bar-xe- tt positively given nt one time, to" rofuuotnej 5.00 when purcnased .A-l-? VT'aQOXjBS.IjE! Issued by J. W. Sherley paid If not cured, being in Lexington, GAYLE. and LkCQMPTEA GAYLE CO.. Drugnot having returned, gists and Sole Agents, Frankfort, Ky. Call for Wintersmith Jan. Tom Stagg declining to play and our samplo. You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow Si. 50 own Dick VanDerveer being laid off, less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. Manager Stanton had secured the the two players released, but it is services of Black, Meredith and Droi-fus- s, honest ball which is wanted, and no short-stoand one believes for an instant that any ' SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. t respectively, of the Pleas- - member of the present nine will play . ureville, and the boys were playing any other sort; and for this reaan elegant game. Tho score was 2 to son, should victories bo less frequent, Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. 1 in our favor at tho beginning of the tho public will, it is to be hoped, be home club's half of the fifth, when a more indulgent. .succession of hits netted four runs, "stohcxjes At Last. -A - xisrarzE: 3D. making the score 6 to 1, and seemMarch ingly winniug the game. But it The city is having the roof of the didn't turn out that way. In the next old St. Olair street bridge repaired Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. a WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE the boys wont all to pieces, and no this week. It is about time as some Reone could toll exactly how the of tho holes in the roof are large ARTICLES OK INCORPORATION serves scored four runs. The erst- enough to throw a yellow dog while 'champions" were easily dis- through. OF TIIK posed of in their half, and the seventh Inning was ushered in. The samo Miles' Nerve and Liver Frankfort Manufacturing Company Pills. OF FRANKFORT, KY. thing happened again, and nearly every ball Merchant put over tho Act on a new nrinchole rocrulating "TTour plate was lammed right or left. Aided the liver, stomach and bowels though Skc. 1. We, Orant Green, Chas. K. Hoge, O. T. Dlackley, Grant Greet , Jr., and tf. French Hose hy a "yellow" throw on Perm's part, tho nerves. A now discovery. Br. do hereby associate ourse ves together as a and by virtue of tho visitors rolled up a total of four Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, statute mid corporate, unde. KentucKy. chapter the July2-ly- . laws of tho State of 50. liver, piles, constipamore, making tho score 9 to C in their bad taste, torpidfor men, women and acts of 1801) and '70, and amendments thereto. tion. Splendid The name of this corporation shall be the favor. No scores were made in the children. Smallest, mildest, surest. "Frankfort Manufacturing Co npany.' and under may continue last half, and after Merchant had 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at that name said company from tho Ming of for a years period of twent'-ilvthese y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. pitched one ball in the eighth, umarticles In the proper olllce, and under that name shall have power to contract and be contracted pire Richardson addressed the stand with generally, sue and be sued, own such real Smashed tlie Fence. and personal estate us it may deem proper, and and, stating his belief that some of have and use a common seal ai.d alter same at the homo boys, whose names he did and make all rules Workmen wore removing the large pleasure, establish semi-annu- al and regulations deemed expedient to tho manage- The thirty-thir- d session of not call, were trying to "throw" tho elm tree, which died during the past ment o( the affairs oi said corporation, and shall have power to fix amount of th? capital game, declared off any bots which summer, from the front of Mrs. M. S. of said company, therender the shares or tt .ck Dudley will begin to Interest had been made, and gave tho offend- Hendriok's residence, on Wapping of sunreholders transferable, and prescribe the tr..nsiers. ers five minutes in which to play ball street, yesterday, and by some acci- manner2. or making such place of business of said Stc. The principal corporation shall be In f nnkfort. Ky., or nt such in earnest. At first the astonishment other place or places as the board tho body may at his action was so complete that no dentiron fence of tho tree fell across pany. uuuk nt ior tiio oost interest of directors apply to ot the comtho in front of tho yard one could say or do any thing, but Sec 3. The business of said corporation shall be the manufacture of wagon material at Frankonly for an instant. Then the home and mashed down several panels of fort, Ky. it. Skc. 4. Tne capital stock of the company Is olub, tho visitors and the audience fixed at twenty-livthousand dollars, divided Into Aug. surged over the diamond and pandeshares ot one hundred Uollurs each, payable In UN MERIORIUni. such calls as the board of directors may require, monium reigned supreme, Mr. Richand the corporation mar commence business when live thousand dollars of stock has been sub-sMr. ardson remained umoved, however, Kerry R. D. Lkwis died nt his homo on the turnpike on the eve of Ausum Uh. In the Ibod for and paid lm Bo. and at the expiration of tho five min- G21 year of his ue, and wits Interred In our beau-Skc. 5. The business of the corporation shall Iw conducted by a board of live dlrecotrs, who utui cemetery two tiays tter. utes declared "no game" and left the Mr. Lewis was the next to tlie youngest of u hall be elected by the stockholders from among grounds. fnmllr of ten live ulrla and live boys four of their own number on the llrst Monday In January, whom Mr. Walker l J.owIh, Mrs. Jennie each year, and who shall hold their olllce until As tho crowd slowly dispersed and Mrs. P. W Oliver and Mrs. M. A. W.ide. their successors shall be elected and Qualify, and president, secretary and treasurer, who hlin. Ills the amazement began to subside, ot Lebanon, Smith, ami six children wife, who also by aelected annually by the Incoming board Sale Rooms on -- Mrs. J. wns Miss Sallle shall bo D. Utterhack. Mrs. Chas. McQueen, Mrs. W. 1 wevo disinterested spectafrom amoiic Us intsmbers on the llrst Monmy In thoso who Lewis. Mrs. R Jr., each year, and hold tors and had laid no bots were not Sam Lewis also U. Lewis.him . illss Nettle and Mt . January of their successors who shall ele:ted their olllce until shall be survlv and years and seven days, qualify. The board may till nil vacancies In Its It hud long in agreeing, however, reluctant- when hebeen Just three lost tils Uti, which was own membership or In any olllce. The same died, since he ly, that Mr. Richardson was righb.uA.9 amputated, lie was confined to beil with bis Liht person may the ofllte of secretary and treasltios.s about two months, Until the llrst Monday' In Januaiy, his deatli was soon as attention was callod to them iiulte unexpected mid it shockbut tho community, urer. until their successors shall be elected lb9a, to and and Incorporators shall consuffered ureatly, but bore his pain without a ipialiry, the many things wore remembered which lie murmur. He was devottvl to all his famllv and stitute the beard of directors. not only gave the color of reason to tney to him; his children, especially the youngest Skc. G. The highest amount of Indebtedness or iiaoiiity to wmen at any such a statement, but were almost tmuziiior, Jims iNeiue, never unng or vailing time, subject Itself me corioration shall,amount upon mm L HMD shall not extend the GET PRICES. SP- CORE 'M h . BUGGIES, HAMESS k. A2TD FAEM IMPLEMENTS ZFIR-ICEIS- . 'Sr-- 'T& 16-l- 'rm first-basema- n, p, left-flelde- r, e. :e3:.av:e: :B"crcrGr"sr iF m (Si .151 26-t- f. SAPOLIO K ES i body-polit- ic Are Quiokly Married. Try It In Next House Cleaning' . e 45-l- Dudley Institute. Institute the SEPTEMBER 12th, 1892. For terms 13-t- f. jM h ,y e Principal. U-wt- 1 1 Franifflit Furaiture 1 ftfttiirii 1'ols-crov- lnd-sur- v!ve Have opened Ann Street, near Christian Church. 1111 1 above-name- He hud expressed full faith In his Savior, and a of its paid-ucapital. 8kc. 7. The private property of the shareholders Kreat desire to Ilv-- a new life and Join the chureb, and had he lived a few days longer It was his shall bo exempt from liability for corporate pose to unite witn tlie Uhrlstiuu denomination. debts. He was very charitable and always ready to he.'p Given under our luuids this, the 18th day of August, 1892, GRANT GREEN, those In need of assistance. W ep not for father, CHAS. E. UOGK. Weep not for he Is at rest; G. T. BLAOKLEY, Weep not. oh sisters and brother, GRANT GREEN, JR., We know he has entered the land of the blest. S. FRENCH HUGE. p Rl :.je A FkiKnd, FBflnTWPDEDIY. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. npHIS SCHOOL FURNISHES THE ELEMENTS OP AN J education for boys and young mon who do.siro to outer 4 TIae Old Original Remedy Statk Leads. Sick people should not bo docoived by pretenders who talk about "germs," "baooilli," &c, to sell thoir preparations, thus preventing pooplo from buying tho original tested modicino. "Hadam's Microbo Killor" is what you nood. Iji is now, and for yoars has boon, making moro euros than all other remedies combined. Head their advertisement in this paper. Don't bo deceived. "Mi-crobl- ," Smith, clerk ot the county court for the county and State uforesuld, do certliy that the foregoing articles of Incorporation of tho Frankfort Manufacturing Company was, on the lath day of August, 1&J4, produced to me In said lounty and acknowledged before nio by Grant Green, Chns. E. Hoge, Grant Green. Jr., and S. French Hogo to be their net and deed; the same was again produced to me on this, the 15th day of August, 1802, and acknowledged before me by G. T. Illuckley to be his uct and deed, whereupon the same, together with this certificate, have been duly recorded in my onice. Given under my hand this 16th dav of Auirust. N. U, SMITH, 0. K. C.lJ. 1892. I, N. 13. COUNTVOF FHANKUN uk Kentucky, .4 t" 3J ) ) u1' J W Colleges and Universities. The Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBER, 1892. For Catalogues, address . M r the 15th A copy N. R. Smith. CUrk Franklin County Court. . attest: Andrew Fuller Case. v Auic.20-ltu- Frankfort, Kentucky. ' ' . . 'l if: i'V Hl 'VJ , g5JJWPMpPHMggWjW!?B!.L lsgu..yMjtt.toMlMMw yUlgglUIJIjjpy- - &iJkuAt&i$tLfr 'n . i(. .( "" ""- - ,, ' i diw -k-- .v ,. M1NKF0RT at the m MONid-ola&BO. A. pot-ofllo-e ROUNDABOUT. BuUlaM. matter; at Fraokfot, Keatockr. as a stupendous advertisement for America, fromwhich enterprising land If Messrs. Sells Brothers' Mammoth Circus is merely W? they hail, or whether it is regarded as a startling revelation in this class of entertainment,, in either case it must be ' "'" ' pronounced a brilliant succcs. Melbourne (Australia) Daily Age. re-arded jj raj I Aj $ LEWIS.. Editor asd Publisher. Reluming From Its TREMENDOUS,. TRIUMPHANT, FOREIGN TOUR of Over 20,000 Miles, PRANKFOTIT, SEPT. 3, 1892. ToExhibit all its Wealth of Crowning Wonders at A New Departure. I In addition to our facilities for executing every variety of plain and faabyyJetter press joty work, we "are now preprejl'to furniBh all kindii of flno lithographic worlc, such aB letter heads, bill heads, note heads, cards, envelopes, checks, certificates of stock, &c. The work will bo gotten Tip in the latest style and on short notice. If you arc in need of any thing in that line call nd examine our samples before ordering. FRAEFORT, ON i MONM ""j -.-. SEPTEMBER --- 12th. C ET Enormous United Shows --, T - 1 $ii$m t "'t' A New Leader, HHH--Miii-i-T- THE BIG ONE OF THE WOULD, t The Frankfort Cornet Band have secured the services of Prof. Albert" Wolf, of Cincinnati, as a leader and he will be here in a few, days. Prof. Wolf ia an accomplished musician, writes his own music, and under his care our home band may be expected to develop into a corps of first-clas-s musicians. In addition to the brass band he will organize a first-clas-s orchestra, which will furnish the music at the Opera House and also for parties and hops. As our local secured his services expense and have salary for one year. our citizens will encourage them with their orders for music and thus assist them in meeting their obligations to Prof. Wolf. The professor is also an instructor on the guitarand violin and will take a number of pupils who wish to learn to perform on either instrument. Mr. Henry Ahler will give all information in regard to terms, &c. m n Only Representative Australian Exhibit, Regal JRtfffilnjHipflbdrom?, Monster Menagerie, Only Gianfcj Hippopotami, Biggest Circuses'on Earth, Only Tribe of WilcbBedouin .Warrior Ahletes,v.OnlylAntT-podea- n Aviary, Only Darkest Africa Aquarium, The Olympian Stage of Old, Only Royal Japanese Troupe, Mid-A- ir Gymnasium, Children's Fairyland Frolics, Grotesque Carnival, Arabian Nights Romances, Spectacular Pilgrimage to Mecca. , -- BL-B An Exhibition manifrMly worth- - its American reputation and the extensive promises with which it came upon Australia Sidney Daily Telegraph. MORE FOR THE MONEY waEVER HEARD OF musicians have at considerable guaranteed his they hope that Presentedin More than the Magnitude and Elegance which Astounded the Antipodes. rBBB7svtiuSn-AMKwHPB-!PfiJ9l-Hflil!HEsF L rjJoroSfftjSBS For while abroad most notable additions were made to its attractions, by the purchase in Australasia, the East Indies and elsewhere of many exceedingly rare and royal wild beasts, birds and reptiles. Conspicuous among them 2t&TwiKK9lKKnXMmKnSf3KK 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 OFi?fi!BI ' A splendid Flock of Full-Grow- n and Baby Emus. - It is easily seen that Sells' Circus deserves its reputation, and is fully worthy of the biggest patronage the public can bestow. on the courtThe old Melbourne Daily Herald. dwarfs everything we have ever had in Australia. house has been in use for more than a half century and seems to have worn It has made the greatest journey of its kind. The most successful one of any age. out or has gotten in such condition Most daring feat of private enterprise. it will not keep correct time, and that Outplendoring all past efforts and results, a new one is badly needed. The City A giant's pilgrimage by land and sea. Council Rhould take steps to provide At most enormous Hazard and Expense. a new one at once. If the city is not financially able to purchase a clock, A popular invasion paved in Gold. the amount might be raised among Linking two empires in amusement's our business men. We have heard Whole railroad trains of vast and novel shows. several merchants say that they were Great steamship loads of strangely curious thing. willing to contribute for the purMorality, mirth, merit's tidal wave. pose. Set the ball in motion. We An artist army in stupendous tents. need a clock which will tell us the Teeming with features from the Antipodes. correct time of day, and need it bad- The classic racing circuit of the world. ly. Let's have it at at once. Its bravtst bareback kings and charioteers time-keeper Wanted A 2Sew Town Clock. Only school of Trained fllonster Sea Iiions and Seals. great troupe It certainly BP .GVww Lfr)irpi to Closed His Second Year. Rev. H. Q. Henderson leaves Monday for Middlesborough to attend the session of the Kentucky Annual Conference. Bishop Keener, of New This closes Orleans, will preside. second years' minisMr. Henderson's try in this city. During the time he has been its pastor the Church has paid off a debt of sixteen hundred dollars, had about fifty additions to the membership, and is actively engaged in all lines of aggressive work. It is hoped by his congregation and the many friends he has made during his residence here, . that he will be returned to his present charge for ' The male and female champions of the turf. Arenic hot in eighty brilliant acts. The savage monarchs of most distant wilds. The huge behemoths told about in Job. Splendid Wild Beasts from Equatorial Lands. A Racing herd of Wisest Elephants. The Hippopotami. A Hundred Artists of World-Wid- e Repute. The Prophet's Superhuman Feats. The Roral Gymnast Marvels of Japan. Bright, ' 'Sons in Playground for Golden Visions Fresh From Fairy Realms. An Little Folks. A Startling Tournament of Lofty Leaps. The the 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. Elf-Land All-Amazi- ng . . . another year. Next Wednesday Sure. The Masonic Temple Company of this city have been compelled to postpone the letting of the contract for the erection of their new building on Ann street on account of the slowness with which the contractors have prepared their bids, but six o'clock next Wednesday, September 7th, has been fixed as the time at which all bids must be in, and no further delay will be permitted. At 8 o'clock that evening all bids that are in will be opened and the conContractors who tract awarded. propose to put in bids on the building will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. For many years Mr. B. P. Thompson, of Des MoineB,Iowa, was severely alflicted with chronic diarrhoea. He-- says: 'At times it was very severe; so much so that I feared ft m No equal to it can be organized. , ' No other bear its fabulous expenses. ' ' No other pays one-hal- f such salaries. 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 , Its progra me is prodigious beyond words. uJMl Moral as mighty, and as pure as great. .."? $M , f ii T. : .. 11 IS il ignet to the wise and good ,i rt " Its word and credit never forfeited.1 i Its advertisements to the letter filled. Its many races beyond rivalry. 4' everywhere exhibits everything. It 'And even adds to its tremendous stores. , Bigger and better than it ever was. in both hemispheres. Acknowledged foremost Two empires laud its earned supremacy. Showing so much its price is nominal. The cream of the circus talent of the world. Sydney Daily Star, il' cyelffM . m f v . At Every Place of Exhibition, Free to all, an Inaugural Morning 8 8 would end my life. About sdven years ago I chanced to procure a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It gave me prompt relief, and I believe cured mo permanently, as I now eat or drink without harm anything I please. Lhave also used it in my family with the best results.1' For sale by J. W. 52 Gayle, druggist. RESPLENDENT HOLIDAY STREET PAGEANT. Revealing a golden avalanch of wild beast wonders and spectacular splendor. None should fail to see. Two Performances Daily, at 2 and 8 p. m. .T-Src-frJifinL Doors Open One Hour Previous. sll ittsft-;iiii.- J ' I ; .; , ''j.ii'i' l.!i.U-,.MJ, .. J-, . ' ''( .yi'1 9 -- ; i . . y I . .. KK .'. .& -... IJL 4 -- HOE A. D QUARTEES f 3VEa,stin. tmiam mmkmi mAwn FOR EVERY -- iT7""R "FT T riT mmr IDEuXjES wmkmmmi p . iBTriEiR-s- r Brotliears s eiEiTFTxoisr I3ST- THITSTG- - ON "WHEELS. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOltJ LQqliimbus Buggy Co., Troy WE GUARANTEE ')' l Buggy Works. . Fine Buggies, Phsetons, Sur-rie- s and Lieht Carriages. XaI f IHI wl n Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell" I'C'PE The H.H.Babcock Co., Broom ,4r:V 1 1 xshall; "teH. ttA, the; St., "3ST. Y., Cabriolets, Vic- - m' f f.nvins TVnne n-nr- l tiesoriat. 'est Eastern sign. de- - x ": ' BEST VALUE i " v If 1 ' XJSTv HWin eQL SlffX '""wwi w II 111 where iiiM for the money to be fourift any where. FftANKFOfiT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT, SEPT. 8, 1892. every dollar counts. The management promise a splendid pro duction, and those who have seen it Louisville heartily testify that the promise will bo fulfillnri. I Base Ball. RESERVES FORT 3. 5; FRAKK- - JACOB SWIGERT& OCX Have Removed ) artistio stage pictures. Alexander Salvini has made a place ComThe Frankfort Manufacturing pany wish to buy white oak and for himself upon the American stage, hickory timber suitable for spokes and he has no dangerous rival near and single trees for wagons. Persons him. He has seleoted the romantic having such timber for sale should school with excellent judgment, and call at their office at the Penitentiary. no other actor of the present day is so well equipped, physically and by temperament and training, to porPawed in tlic Face. tray the heroes of those playe of Young Newt. Dean was attempting adventure. to lead a balky horse on the railroad The play of Don Coosar De Bazan, shifting around of the players invaribridge Tuesday afternoon, when the as presented by Salvini. is a beautiful fblJ oalenB a eam irre8P0Ctive of animal paweJ him in the face, break- romance of five acts, which abounds muiviuuui merit. Merchant pitched an elegant game, ing his nose and cutting a gash in ' in mirth and sadness and is heroic allowing but fivo hits, all well scat his cheek. D;. Waller Dade dressed and comic by turns. his injuries and at lass accounts he There is a dash, a manliness, an tered, and but one of the visitors' runs were earned, ine ixeserves, doing well. was , abandon and a grace about Salvini's however, excelled in the field, and - impersonation of Don Caesar that ' ho Frankforts were compelled to bat Ladies. charms and captures the audience, and holdB its attention throughout in all ot tneir tnreo runts. un;iiii Are you suffering from weakness? pitched splendidly, notwithstanding, Is your complexion sallow? Do you the entire performance. one inning did the boys Reserved seats now on sale at Bar- and only in Are you have constant back-ache- ? In the find him with any effect constipated? Do you feel all tired rett's news depot. Ganey Newman led off with a fourth out? If you have any of these feel Frank Barrett followed ings begin at once to mbo Dr. Hale's Household Tea. It will give you a State of Ohio, City op Toledo, HS with a single, stole second and Roxy's double scored both. Roxy stole third clear complexion, will restore you to Luoas County, health and strength and will make Frank J. Cheney makes oath that while Doinstwas throwing Merchant you feel like a new person. Get it to- he is the senior partner of the firm out at first on three strikes, and day at Carpenter's South Side Drug oi i'. J. ureney cc uo., uoing ousi-nes- s scored on Goins' sacrifice in front of 4 Store. in the city of Toledo, county the plate. and State aforesaid, and that said ' The visitors had three men put out firm will pay the sum of one hun at homo plate in the first, but did not Elected a Teacher. a A score until tne tniru, wnen rraiiK dred dollars for each and every to first on meeting of the Board of Di- of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Barrett threw high him a life.Gagen's At a Able grounder, giving the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Instirectors of the Feeble-minde- d knocked a long fly to VanDerveer, J. Cheney. Frank tute held on Saturday, Miss Minnie Sworn to before me and subscribed which he muffed, Gagan scoring and Bell was elected a teacher in that in my presence, this 6th day of De- Able taking third. Straus then made to the same territory a three-bagginstitution to fill the place of Miss cember, 1A. D. 1886.W. GLEASON. A. and Able walked home. Straus scored f, Montgomery, who was not an appli- j SEAL a moment later on Watt's sacrifice, Notary Public. Phillips to Lindsoy. The other two cant for Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- were made in the next. Muir was hit in the back by a pitchnally and acts directly upon the No Fishing Allowed. mucous surfaco of the ed ball, took second on a wild pitch. blood and system. Send for testimonials, free. Deinbt took first on Stagg's error of stockMr. S. Black, having recently his grounder, but Muir was held at F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. second. Robinson advanced both a fine fish sent Sr"Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. ed his pond with some base by a clever sacrifice to Lindsoy. him by the National Fish Commission ' 11 On the return of the ball Merchant from Washington, he has forbidden allowed it to pass him and Muir Don't Monkey With the scored, Deinst taking third, whence anyone to fish there until the fish Time. another wild pitch allowed him to have a chance to grow. Our local ' trot across the rubber, with the final fisherman thould remember this or run. Thero is a petition in circulation they may be invited to leavo should The score: requesting the City Council to have they go out there to cast a line. lu 811 10 ah RESEUVia. the town clock sot to standard time. Able.il 1 U 1 i 2 I) 0 The True Laxative Princi- The change just now would not Stnius, If a '1 1 wuiis. u ple 0 0 l amount to much, for the reason that Lunijsnortli, s.s. U 0 McComb, lb . . . r has beon behav- Mnlr.SJb the old 0 0 l Of the plants used in manufacturing () 0 7 Deinst, c ing in such a manner for some weeks Koblnson.St).. .. 0 1 .the pleasant remedy, Syrup of Figs, U II 0 will not keep any sort'Of CiUj.in, p effect that it has a permanently beneficial correct time, but if it were put in 2 27 14 2 6 83 6 Totats on the human system, while the ro AB In vegetable extracts and mineral perfect order or replaced with a new FltAMKrORT. cheap I (I 4 our citizens Notvuuui, II . . usually sold as medicines, one a largo majority of us sun i 0 solutions, time. Uiirrett. ab. . . 11 2 would prefer that it give 4 Davis, o are permanently injurious. Being 0 4 0 p.. . Merchant, 9 0 4 you will use the true Standard time has been tried twice StagK, bs. . . . 1 0 4 1 4 0 remedy only. Manufactured by the and did nob provo satisfactory, espe- (Joins, rf W lb LtiKlsttj, c 3 1 cially to the working classes, and our 1'hllllpa, 2b California Fig Syrup Co. a 0 0 0 city fathers had better let well enough VanDerveer, cf h. two-bagge- scenery, which has been painted especially for the Salvinl proSold Her Home. ductions, is the most beautiful that Mrs. Sarah LeCompto haB Bold her haB been Been in this city in many a residence on the corner of Shelby day. The costumes, properties, etc., and ThirJ streets to Mr J. G. McLean which go to make up an almost perfect production are supplied with for four thousand dollars. lavish hand, and the result will be most pleasing to those who delight in Want Timber. The Tho "Champions" met with their third defeat of the season on the home grounds at the hands of the "Louisville Reserves" on Monday. Barring one or two innings, when the homo boys made a considerable number of errors, it was one of the finest games of the season, and those who stayed away under the impression that it would bo such another walkover as most of the games, missed a raro treat barring, of course, the fact that their pets lost the contest. To bo sure we were weakened, both in batting and fielding, by the absence of our Herman Long, our Hughey JenningB Sherley Winter-BmitAlthough the defeat can not be laid at Tom Stagg's door (he taking Sherley's place at short), still the Fran tbe Batzefl BuBding COST TuT ATTflT hH,'JEB Jhi'KBB,FO -- ttBmmwmMM&m tteSanriMronL- - ''I W start g rTheywdlfiU time. u DWARD CLAASSEN, "mtr'mlEGmttmCj' mlm'Um A I . i Plumber, j i GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETO. STBIOT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, EEKTT3CKY. Opposite State House. vj :v . . ; r, OOKrKEEPINO 'BRYANT & STRATTON Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. JGSy Catalogue free. Write to COLLEGE, ! LOUISVILLE, KY. ( JBUUB FEMALE v mm, PUBLIC SALE. On Thursday, September 8, 1892, SALE, ON T WE WILL OFFEHFoiU PUDLIC of Elkbom.u let or farm, ne.ir trotting btock. work mules and bor&ts, hogs.cows fiirmlnu Implements. Ac. Terms n 111 bo (Miy. AUif.0-'2- t Nicholasville, Ky., M. fi ' ' F. Hewitt, Principal. SESSION SECOND MONDAY IN - W. T. & F. M. FKATHEBSTON. er V September, 189.'. For cutalogum apply to rrlnelpul hs nbove. July FARM FOR SALE t f I time-keepe- ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1892, A T THE SALK OF THE LATE ALEX. Julian's executor, u.il oUerat public sale my farm In edge f Brldg roit, live miles from pike, ."rankfort, on the On Tuosday September 6, 1892, 74 acres, with itoo i LouUvllle hous iconsisting ot po i Itfwell two- - to-UK AT PUBLIC u"d auapted to dairy, IHEHE WILL farm 0FFKKK1)la'e Alexander watered, well unprord ttiirpose. 1 sale, at the of the Burden farm or ti other Terms made km wn on day ot sale Julian, on the Loulsvllie pike, four tulles from (.Ell W.CHINN. Fr.mkfort, Ai. . FOUR FINE FARMSJ One of ao Hcres, onoof aWiieres.oneof bO acres, one. of 45 acres. Well watered and timbered iood neluhborhoodjulce leuenees on two of the farms One f.irm Just thru miles from tnink-lur- t, others three and one half and four mlle. -d xEaiEcash reuu red In hand, mid deferred payments In one, tound three yeats, tit b per w 11 also I e sold corn, huy, oats, 20 cent. There, fresh head of stock cittle. U) sheep, 80 hogs. 4 power milch cows, self binder. 2 reapers, horse cutting boxes, movers, wheat drill, bu'y. eu rliuje. harnei-- and other fiirmlne Implements. No hi,tu6hold or kitchen furniture for wile. U. S. JULIAN, Executor. Aug. 2t3v. FTTBILSC SAXiE! 20-3t- H. G, MATTEE1T, Une-thli- s lllllBf, BK8TUQDAU7T. FIFTY-FIFT- H 334 MAIN STREET, ... 1 BOURBON FAIR! FRANKFORT. H03T IS QDAaTITT. KY. well-informe- SEPT. 6, 7, 8 9, 10, 1892. Salvini To-nigh- t. alone. Alexander Salvini, the talented young Italian, who has leaped into fame as a romantic actor in the last few years, will appear at the Opera House this evening in a splendid production of Don Caiaar Do Bazan. The play will be beautifully placed upon the stago. Much money has been spent on it, and it haa been intelligently and judiciously placed Glad Tidings. The grand specific for the prevailing maltidy of the ngo, Dyspepsia, v.vu- JJ1VUI uuiinniuiiuiiniuuiiiivuimi, tiveneBS, Gonornl Debility, etc., is ' Aunt Fanny'B Health Restorer. This great herbal tonic stimulates the, ulgestive organB, regulates tuo system to vigorous health and energies. Samples free. Large paokagos COo 46 Sold by Chapman & Williams. -- Frankfort Fumed T).iv NH. b.w-- s .... Totals Innlnus .... 12 Reierves .... 0 Ruiiit-Hoser- First day free to ladies and children. ) 34 3 7 1 27 14 6 ves T o Has lilts New uut 00000-0003ViiinklortZ. 3 1; man, Davis. 0 345C789--0 T 0 0 8 2 0 U 7 KflO $2T)()j 2:27 IN PREMIUMS! Thrre-e.u-ol- rt WORMS! $7500 WHITE'S GREAM three-year-old FlltST PAY. Three Bise SMlen on lllts-frtn- Uasos-Liinssw- urth, Ontai, Barrett, stake, closed with SKfOMi DAY 13 entrlf s. 41I; 3:() claH. $400. claps. imcliiK. $3(30; TlimDllY.-2:V- 3 stake, closed with 7 entries, Sluo; 2.32 ld tuss. trottliiK, StOj and under, pace, YfBMlEIULE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Trtprni ooubio Play w his u .ncumiu. RilM-omiercl- Mnlr I stiuckou'" ir Merchant 9: By fiiii on 0. Pas-e- d iiuil unvis. Wl d Pitches Moichunt 2. Left 0'i Bases Itcierves 3; Frankfort 4. Time of (lame Ono hour and lift y minutes, Urn plre lUchu rds m. FOUKTH DAY. flrei'U law. $300; 2:2o clahs, S400. FIFTH DAY. YenrlliiK Miike, closed with 14 FOR 20 YEARS entries, 2u0j 2:40 clus. 400. Running Races. Mule Huces, Blcjclo Reduced R ite i on all Railroads. Races! OEO. ALEXANDER, Pres't. Au. t. R. K. McCARNEY, cec'y. 20-2- SOLD EVERYWHERE. CO,, by niClLiRDSOS.TlTLOmUD. BT.I-OUi- 'j ... . '. i V. h--J w .t . s - 'Yfliljfltf V t ,( MiHflif , 9Ss553EZ3JE55 uaddv FRUIT CANS, FRUIT JARS, ' JELLY GLASSES,! v; ife dbi. Porcelain Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers I fm At reduced prices. One quart bucket Two quart bucket Three quart bucket Four quart bucket Six quart bucket ElRht quart bucket M . Examine prices on Tinware. " " " " " Ten ouart bucket One quart coffee-po- t Two quart coffee-po- t Three quart coffee-po- t Four quart coffee-po- t ' . .. 5 5 cents. io io 15 .......,. 2; ' 5 ''V.-J- 10 10 15 20 I'fOB' ' fy ' , S lour qt., 30c: 6 qt., 40c: 8 qt., 50 c: 10 qt., 55 c; 12 qt., 00c; it. 14 qt., 05c; 10 qt., 73c; IH qt., 85c.: 20 qt., $1.00; 34 qt.f Si. 25. Work solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. Koohng, Lruttennff and Job W ' W ro: js cJ V We would jLmT- - rrlLi m JEmm Consumption. mmeJ Vmir " - 1-- JZ Jj In. m Religious. V.r . be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcsmenU which they may wish made.l his-pulpi- &?. --- a . Hev. W.:G. Seville will occupy 'morning at o'clock and 7:30 p. m. 0. Baptist Ohurch Rev.-W- . lor, the pastor, will occupy Southern Presbyterian Church t 11 w tev Tay- hia at 7:30 . pulpit morning at p. m., as usual. It and sessmonts $213.70. Think of it two thousand dollars insurance for thir toon years for that amount $18.74 and a fraction peryear. Is there any regular old line company which would havo insured him at such a low rato? And yet the amount for which his certificate was issued was just as certain to bo paid to his heirs as it would have been had he taken out a polioy in a regular life insurance company. Thoro is no cheaper insurance to be found than that offered by the Rbyal Templars, but in return for this in- The most toj bo. dreaded of all diseases often begins in a simple cold, simply neglected. No cough should be allowed to run a single day without using tho finest remedy in tho world, Dr. Halo's Household Cough Cure. It acts like magic, strengthening the. lungs, allaying all irritation, and cures a cough where all other remedies fail. 25 and 50c. p6r bottle at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. 4 AdpRq Tliclr Superior Ability .scure Otiroiilc Diseases Is something ninrvelniis. htivo cured where , other's havo given up ttf Treating 0b? die. Episcopal Orurch Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, having" returned from his summer vacation, will occupy his pulpit tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30. &" w K ii. ' E" Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind; mass at .8 a. m., low mass Ter., says: "I induced Mr. Pinson, High whose wife had paralysis in the face, At 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:30 p. m. to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's To their great surprise Pain Balm. iOHRiainiA Ohurch The usual before the bottle had all been used at 11 and 7:30 by she was a great deal better. Her face (services one side; but the had the pastor, Rev. George Darsie. Pain been drawn to all pain and sorebe held in the ness Balm relieved The services will and the mouth assumed its lecture room till the repairs on the natural shape." It is also a certain cure for rheumatism, lame back. auditorium are completed. Society will resume s,prains, swellings and lameness, 50 The Endeavor cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, its regular weekly meetings Monday 52 the temporary pastor. w usual ago. The Ohurch of the Good services at the will be conShepherd A James Gorey, ducted by Rev. Father Oathul.iu OflUnorf surance, the order requires its members to bo total abstainers from strong drink, which is the best feature about it. There was some delay in preparing the proof of Dr. Smith's death, and when the checks were finally sent Miss SiUlio was out of the city, or she would have received the money long The Roundabout Base Ball Olub will play a game of ball with the Hemp Factory Olub at Lake Park this afternoon. Game called at 4 o'clock. OISTE) Miss Blakemore's Guests. Cure for Paralysis. night next at 7.30 druggist. Henderson will occupy his pulpib tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30. This will close Mr. Henderson's second year's pastorate over the Ohurch here and the discourse will .be suited to the occasion. ol Methodist Church Rev. H. G. Died. Mrs. Sallie Mahoney, SB'.: KB - of Newport, died in that city on Monday and the Uarby's Prophylactic remains wero brought to this city deceased Tuesday for interment. The Will Use it in every sick-roowas a daughter of Capt. Andrew B. keep the atmosphere pure and Norwood, formerly of this city but wholesomejremoving all bad odors now of Louisville. from any source. Sunday-schoat 9:30 a. m. Little Nellie, the infant daughter Will destroy all Disease Germs, of Mr., H. S. Banta and wife, died at infection from all Fevers and ail First Presbyterian Church the home of her parents in Louisville '.Rev. W. B. Cooper will occupy the contagious diseases. morning at 11 Wednesday evening, after a briof pulpit The eminent physician, J, Mariillness, aged one year. The remains o'clock. No servient night. on Sims, of New York, says: "I wero brought to this city Thursday At the morning service the Sacraand interred in the family am convinced that Prof. Darby's ment of the Lord's Supper will be afternoon cemetery. ProphylacticFluid is a most valu lot in the administered. 21 able disinfectant,' ' Preparatory services this afternoon Miss Carrie Blakemore, one of Franklin county's most attractive and charming young ladies, is entertaining a house party of nine at her elegant country home near Farm-dalon the Lawrenceburg pike. The party consists of the following: Mibs Mary Haycraft, of Owonsboro; Misses Hallie Gay and Mary Arnett, of Woodford county; Misses Florence and Kathrino Bowman, of Fayette county; Misses Jennie and Flora Lillard, of Anderson county; Mr. Edwin Van Winklo and Mr. W. S. Lawwill, of Danville. The young men of Lawrenceburg gave a ball Monday evening in their honor, and it proved a delightful event, they sparing no pains to have their guests enjoy themselves. An Italian harp band furnished elegant music for the occasion. Thursday night they formed a box party at Wilson's minstrel. e, Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation.. Syrup of Fig's is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the tuste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt jm its action and truly beneficial 111 its effijots, prepared only from the moot healthy and agrecahlo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. LOUISVILLE, 35NJOY Drs. Walter and Stockdale, The world renowned specialists, of the Southern Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will be at Frankfort. Capital Ilotei, Aug. 20, 1892, Returning every Tour weeks during the year. Drs. Wulter and Stock hi o have had years of experience In the largest hospitals in ths country, are grr.duat'S of beveral of the best Colleges and have for i numbei of learumadenspeclaltyof nil chronic and surgical dlseasoi. They undertake no Incurable diseases but hav? cured hundreds, given up to die. They treat MtccessMlly und do not take the case unless a cure can be guaranteed. Acute mitl Chronic Catarrh, ringing pi if- 4 SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. BRAIN in thn cars. Deafness, Diseases of the Eye, Enr. Nose, Thronl, Lungs, Kidney, Urinary nntl Ilintider Troubles, Hriglit'tt Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation Khc imiiitiKiu I'ltrnlysis. fTREATM E NTjZ-X-i I guiiranteed specific for Hjsterlii, Kits, Nervous Convulsion, NeuraUIa. Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Montnl Depression, Softening of the Brain re&ultlne In Insanity and leadlni; to misery, deco'und death, Premature Old Att, Barreneos, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary I.oscea and Spermaof tho brain, torrhoea caused by box contains or 1.00 a box, or six boxes one month's treatment. for $0 IK), sent by mall prepaid ou receipt of price. mknt, 11 Dlt. K. C. WF8T'8 NKIIVEAKII BltAIN TitKAT- Ulzzl-iiris- Stockdale. A. It. Smith, Dimvllle, Ky., Prostate Gland trouble; w,, given up to die by til Keneral practitioners 1 consulted, and T myself gave up all hope, made my will and o arranged my business, was obliged to u.e titlMthor every half hour. And now tijitltcly well? cured by Drs. Walter and &e!f-abu- Walter and titockdale. EPILEPSY OR 1'ITS POSITIVELY CORED. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, as Syphilis, Scrotula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by improved and never falling remedies. DISEASES OK WOMEN, such as Leucorrhea, menstruation, displacement Eiilntul down pains in back, relieved of womb, In short YUTJNfi AND MIDDLE AGEO MEN suffering from spermatorrhe.!, Impotency, Eruptions, the, result of errors or excesses, should call before if is too late, and guarantee a cure Superlluous hair und all uni'timis on the face permanently re- 0. 11. I'homf. Frankfort. Ky fatarrh of ten years standing; am now completely cured by Drs, time. ', ; Wanted. .at 3:30 o'clock. 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Ladies and gentlemen suffering Mr. Neville will preach to the chil- with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottle of Otto's dren. Cure, which we are distributing free of charge, The union services closed last Sun- recornmenu andas wo can confidently a superior romouy id day night. The various churches for Cough3, Colds, Bronchitis, Conwill hold thoir respective services sumption, and all diseases of the It will stop a evening, beginning at 7:30 throat and lungs. cough quicker than any known o'clock. remedy. We will guarantee it to cure you. If your children havo croup or The protracted meeting which has whooping cough it is sure to give been conducted at the Paris Opera instant relief. Don't delay, but got House for the past five weeks by Rev. a trial bottle free. Large size 50c. & Williams. by S. M. Martin, of Missouri, under the Sold40 Chapman auspices of the Christian Church in that city, closed Sunday night with Tlie Tale of tlie Tailor. additions one hundred and forty-twWo have received from Messrs. to the Ohurch. Hudson, Humphries & Cassell a small o King's Royal Gernieteur. the medicine of the century, Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with the people is tho acknowledged wonder of the Basod upon the medicine world. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its ubo. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt the most reliable germ destroyer in and to tho extent that tho germ theory is correct, King's Royal Gormeteur is tho remody. Ibis no accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For y ox-istan- WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. To cure any case. With each orderrecelved by us for six boxes, accompanied with 5.), we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, moved. Remember th date and come early, as their rooms are always crowded wherever they stop. confidential. They can refer you to hundreds of cases In your own State und every state In the Union, wlilcn ho hits cured, among tnom the following: Mrs. Itov. J. L. Stones. Darwin, ind., suppressr, Mrs. Henry ed and iMlnful nienstratlons. Camden, ind., Female Trouble. Mrs. it. W. Crockett, Delphi, ind., Catarrh. Mrs. GusGln-rlcOwasco, ind., Lung Trouble. Mrs. Martha Wallace, Frankfort. Did , Cancer of breast removed wP limit knife or caiiMlc. Mlssllettle Block, Mlchliutown, Did., Catarrh. Mrs. T. E. McCurty, Tipton. Ind.. Catarrh. Mrs. Rosa Cookt-onFranklin, Did., Cross isye straightened. Mrs. Sarah Comer, Mooresvllle, Ind., Catarrh mid Asthma of long standing. Mrs. M. Clark, Mooresvllle. Ind., Cancer, cured without knife or caustic, Miss Surah Dougherty, Rockileld, Ind., Epllepsey. Mrs. l.aiicnster, Vlvalla Ind., Kidney Trouble. Mr. Lancaster, Vlvalla, Intl., Kidney Troubte. Mrs. Mike Unversaw, Martinsville. Ind., Catarrh. Doctors said would die with conas ever. Win. A. Gard, sumption. Is as well liurllngton, Ihd Kidney trouble for four years. Dr. Walter cured me two years ago have not been tioubled sluco. Elijah l'oler, Burlington, Stomach trouble, could not see after business-a- m as ever. James Wyatt, Delphi, as well y Ind,, Could not hear and had a constant dischare from my ears. Dr. Walter cured me entirely. Geo. Miller, Vlvalla, Ind., Catarrh. J. 0. Canine, Wnvcrlitnd. Ind., Catarrh. Dr. J. W. P. Seller, Gruencastie, Cancer of Eye. Mrs. Mary Jones, Grl-doh. , y Examination and consultation free, private and Franklort, Ky. We will pay the above reward for any case Qt Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Sick Heada;ho, Indigestion, Constipation, or Coxtlvoness wo cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions tire strictly complied with. They are. tlurely Vegetable, and never fall to give, satlsfac-PonSugar Coated. Large boxes, containing SO pills, 20 cents. Bewar. of counterfeits and imitations. The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, $500 He ward! ILL. 1'orsaloby alldruggUi. IC-l- VI MANHOOD RESTORED. sale by Chapman & Williams. 19 "SANATIVO," tu Wonderful (Spanish itftnedy, la sold with a Writton Ouorantoo Ncivoiifl Disto cute all eases, such a Weak Memory, Xoia of Brain Insurance Paid. . w u-- i " y herself Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt for her brother Sam, and as guardian Edlnburg, Blights Disease. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, These names uro given by permission Tooolved yesterday from Mr. H. G. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and they request that all sulfererd should write fM to their case. f Mattern, Secretary of Frankfort Counanat an OKin irruptions, una posi- written auorantoe to any address. rofunu the them In regardhave many testimonials from to euro or Circular freo They also pi on or. Beat by mall Royal Templars of Temcil, No. 7, patients having been cured or private diseases tively cures Piles, or no pay re- in plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, but do not publish them even by permission MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Offlce for U. S. A. perance, two thousand dollars the but will furnish them upon application. Address quired. It is guaranteed to give US Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. amount of insurance held by her perfect satisfaction, or money re FOR SALE IN FRANKFOHT, KY BY Drs. Walter and Stockdale, m father, the late Dr. S. F. Smith, in funded. Price, 25 cents per box, H. CARPENTER, DrUQfliSt. organization. Dr. Smith had Buggies, carriages and harness that No. C20 Fifth street. by SouthSide drug store, by the Kentucky and Harness For sale "beom a member of the order since South Sides. 8 P. H, Carpenter. Louisville, Ky. August .February 7, 1879, and had paid in as- - ompany. Miss Salllo W. Smith, for 1 illustrated pamphlet, entitled "The Tale of a Tailor." Having examined the various scenes carefully we havo come to the conclusion that it was the work of the senior member of the firm, although he has yet to undergo the last act, the "Finishing." If you don't see tho point, got a copy and bo enlightened. re-air- ea Iluclclen's Arnica Salve. The bestsalve in the world foi Wakofulncts.Lojt l'owcr, Ilondacke, Manhood, Nervousness, e, 1 L. 1 all draliu and Ion of power of Boforo&Aftor Uso. Generative Orpana tlio In Photographed from life. cither tax. canned by overexertion, youthful indiscretions, or tlio exceaslye aso oi louarco, opium, or nimuiuiin, which uuiniuitij-lnto Infirmity, Consumption and Iimnnltr, Put up Inconvenient form to carry In Ilia vtnl pocket, l'rico ft a paclcuse, or 0 for Jfi. With every (3 order wo clve a f r 15-t- f. 5-- iy 13-l- W6 I'A'f feuAjdAi '' $: JA?,, A"V :,' ' Tl'. ? -- t,s . sSaSti J :t v. At HHj . ...,,. ,.-.- - . ' ' ' ' I ii" ijmwm.i ".."'Tr!j'."'.'.-.- ' : .' ..". ' " " " "' "' "" ' " " ' 'I 3-xad.iis- ZEHAGEN, E.G.Optician., of USTe-w "STorls- - .'-- j 4 THE KENTUCKY gi TT (Cat ShowlriK frame too Large.) all errors of refraction scientifically and examines the the Oculist Test Case, Opthalmascopc, Retinoscope, etc., free of charge. Lenses ground to order and frames made to suit the face, at CORRECTS - w- - TEA flflD OfWiGE SPOOLS, . )' ; ' , SELBERT'S, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, September, 6th, 7th, 8th; 'SG' "tSjSrf nfrn I .; '''M Glasses as low as 50 cents. The best assortment of Gold Eye Glasses and Spectacles to select from. If your head aches, eyes burn or water, sight blurs, and your glasses-'don'- t suit, come and consult me. - 4E3. o- - JsiEiEaia-rEikT- - Of next' week. H Tlr" TnnH THE LEADING JEWELER, fr JL ,:m 3 xtt V7V n VW xi y' M A school is open to them. Come! WelLittle Jimmie West, son of Hon. come! Isaac T. West, is indeed unfortunate. During of flux in When a little tot he swallowed a county, inthe epidemic hard workthis to 1888, 1 had silver quarter which lodged in his keep a supply of Chamberlain's Colic, throat, causing him .serious troublo Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on for a long time, not long since he hand. People often came ten or Lwas kicked in the head by a horse twelve miles in the night to get a bottle of the remedy. I have been Ro- was- - attempting to catch at the selling patent medicines for the past home of his grandfather, near this ten years and find that it lias given in cases of city, and on Thursday morning a better satisfaction diarrhoea and flux than any other horse he was riding fell with him at medicine I have ever handled J. H. the corner of St. Olair and Broadway Benham, Druggist, Golconda, Pope streets, badly injuring one of bis legs. Co., 111. Over five hundred bottles of this roraedv were sold in that county during the epidemic referred to. It Matrimonial. was a perfect success and was the only remedy that did cure the worst Mr. William P. Hudson, one of our cases. Dozens of persons there will leading clothing merchants, will lead certify that it saved their lives. In to the altar Miss Louise Lousbury, of four other complaints this remedy has been equally successful. 25 and 50 Stamford, Connecticut, on the 11th of cent bottles for sale by J. W. Jayle, noxt month. The ceremony will take Druggist. place at the home of the bride. Advertised Letters A prominent young attorney of Frankfort, Ky. this oity, who has been earnest!' pleading his cause at the court of Below will be found n list of advertised loye in Louisville, has secured a letters for the week ending September decision in his favor, and the final 3d, 1892 : 1 . papers in the case will be filed on the Auloureo, J. W. Carr, Friench 12th of next month. Fischer, James Cane, Wm. Gregary, Paulino Garrett, W. L. k To Select Committeemen. Gallahue, Mamie Guueth, Callio ?! Hegguelb o tt o m , Ham, Lettio Martin The Republicans of this county Loure, Florence Ross, J. L. Richardson, B. F. will meetfat the several voting places Sage, J. L. Warfard, Frank Wilson, John in the new precincts thiB afternoon Ward, J. R. at 2 o'clqck for the purpose of select- Wilson, Mary F. When onlling for these letters say ading a suitable person to represent them in the Republican County Com- vertised. dred and fifty dollars, including-thr. Hale's Elonscnolel Ointrent of tho room. Thirty-fiv- e into ment hundred and Early in the season we took occasion sevenchild of more fifty, gives a coat per than donblo the to warn the management of the base cost of children taught in the public Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. Ib cures ball club in this city that if the evil schools. Neuralgia and Cures The children taught at the West Piles like magic Rheumatism. Rheum of betting upon the games h'ere was Cures Salt year was a class of in the most soothing manner. Cures last not discountenanced the lovers of the End School have never attended the sport who were opposed to gambling pupils who public school, with very few excep- Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs every kind would be driven away tions, and who will in all probability taken internally.and Colds. Can be of A positive specific from the grounds and the attendance never attend a private school. The for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, advancement made by them was very Chilblains, Sores of long standing, grow beautifully less. The warning encouraging, and the school did a was nob heeded, the gamblers took a great amount of good and was a Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: all else; superior to all charge, and the result is two of the success beyond tho expectations of different from equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. else; it has no best plaverain the nine have been the advocates of the enterprise, and- Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpenin the future will dey dismissed in disgrace, the interest in its continuance with those benefited, ter's South Side drug store. end entirely iihegame is dead and the attendance 8 otwlthstanding the cost, the at the lust few games has not been School board earnestly desire and Children Cry for Pitcher's Caste-ria- l sufficient to enable the managera to call upon all friends of the West End School to take an interest in the pay expenses. children of that neighborhood and urge a prompt and faithful attendI An Unfortunate Little Fel ance, and whether or not the school is continued, the doors of tho public low. Not A Propliet, Bu-t- e R. ROGERS & SON, Our Store for a Nku Ash at m m BISSRI We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about m 3 wewiaeasjrutinaJJrigiti Rnnu'i I r?-T- HISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on car- - . pets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. Brief Way ;3 ASA .;.? wl 5-l- Free to those who ask for it. Remember the place; St. Glair St., opp Court House. ? CURES ALL xxx DISEASES Consumption Cured. Vi be!ISve 'M0 bo 0IIB of the best medicines sold. The iihyslclaM, tw years ago. wild my wife hnd consumpilon, both lungs HfTectHl. l have had to send her outh for several springs to keep iit-- nllve. butslncoshe has been taking nauam's Microbe Killer she Inn been rlchtat home attending to her business. aiM Is In better health than she has been in 21 )ears. "H. T. POOLE. Cedartown. (5a." r Capital City Business ZSTABLISIiZD 1391. College. H4 '? A4I i . - Southeast corner Main andflSt. Clair streets, - 'm asa '4 Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. ;-- Sereral Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully testirr to Ihe curative powers of our medicine. Having Iteen it sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial aflectlou and indigestion, taking Mlcrob- - Killer all of the above alter symtoms have entirely disappeared. '"i ours, etc., THfH. L. DAVIS. "Janitor Howard Memorial Library. "New Orleans, La." .. Business writing, Book-keeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Grammar, Arithmetic, Business Correspondence Commercial Law, Spelling, etc. . r m r,i - 48-4- t. Astlnna and Catarrh Cured. been a sunVrer from asthma and catarrh, for more than two ynrs past, getting most of my sleep sitting u. In ied orrecllidug In u chair. I ha e used ofle Jiik of ltidam's Microbe Killer, and f r the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly ami sweetly as a child. I attribute my relief to the remedy, and heartily recommend It to .my one suffering from at "I have Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced student finished. , Diplomas awarded. Catalogue In prets. Application made for Incorporation. We have tho best home school of business In the State of Kentucky. xi ,'. 1i " '- Atkins' Patent Concave Tooth Dexter. nTh DIXIE'S FWOtyTE. F0t THE WOODS OF THE S0UT IT HS J0 EQUL. patent by which this Sow Is protected consbts of a depression of tho faco of tho . tmth thrilllMl (hnMnlorfpAm nnlnt .rv tut.. ,laMMMlHn1l In use, giving strength amj, stlflfness to tho teeth and Increasing three-foltho durability of tho "set" WE CHALLENGE THE WOULD to produce a Saw -., d asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. "lttspfcifijlly. "Cashier in Bank of Adalrvllle. Ga." "EDWIN R. MOOKE. Fever and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after tiklm; Microbe Killer for fllteen days I inn entirely cured, arter being sick two years with unlarlal and during which time I contracted other diseases, Mux. etc. I was atended during this time by three of the best doctors of the city without being benefitted, "WM.DOHEHTV. "10 Celeste . t., New Orleans. La." equaling the ATKINS CAST CUTTING DEXTEK. .'M 4..J1 PKif!P",s'Ivor Stoel, Inclndlnf? Unndlefi, $1.00 per foot. 1 Special Steel, Wltbout Handles. .75 per foot. The largo demand for tho Atkins Concave Tooto Duter Saw has led competitors to moke inferior Saws wlUch they claim "as good as the Dexter." These Imitation Saws are made from a, lower grade of steel, inferior workmanship, and without tho patent concave tooth. .Aslc your hardware dealer for the "Atkins Dexter" and toko no other. If tho dealer will not order It for you, remit nniouut with order direct to us. vV 3Ir. Itadum'K Microlto Killer Cures nil Diseases by Jtoinovinjr the Cause. Send 2 cents stump for circular and the Microbe War. shows what dlieasels and what tho remedy must be, and do. It. Head it, circulate It and you will the discoverer for saving your llf". address IUDAM'3 MfCHOliU KILL 'It. Naihvllle. Tenn. J. W. UAYLK or LKCOMl'TEJ: GAYLE CO. tolongivits for com ty. 4 mittee, and the committeemen so selected will meet at the Court-hous- e on Monday to organize by the election of a chairman and Secretary. - J. M. SATFEIili, BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. : Postmaster. n A Midway Teaclier. Big Excitement In Town J .Over the remarkable cures by the grandest spuciuu ui wiu nge, ivuuu Fanny's Health Restorer, which acts as a natural laxative, stimulates the digestive organs, regulates the liver Midwuy Clipper. and kidneys and is nature's great health renewor. healer and If you have Kidney, Liver or Blood CAN'T SLEEP NIGHTS Disorder do not delay, but call at & Williams drug store lor a in the complaint of thousands sufferChapman ing from Asthma, Consumption, free trial package. Large size 50c. ' 40 Coughs, etc. Did yoa over try Dr. Utkn era English Remedy? It is tho bo-.preparation known for all Lung School. West End 'I'roublan. Sohl on a positive guarau-t- f 0 at. 25c. and 0O0. At a called meeting of the School J, W. Gayle, Druggiou Eton rd in regard to tho Went Enll ;. .... .... ,,,,-.',,. mi r school Thursday night it was agreed continue tho school undor the. con- Dleei. lltion that tho City Council continue 4 turniuh the houso. Tho School jard reserves the right to close the Hurrlt Moss, ii"d &8 yearn, donnrled Mils 1'fe , 'BUS, lit Lexington, Ky.' Tl'o funem' School at tho end of any month if tho First Fnntist,.Ghurh, ttotulance ol pupilH clow not jusUty. wis preached in the u?ust 80th, 1H2JJ, by He 1 12 o'clock Tuwlny. Ib continuance. This will place' tho Wni. A. drwlltt.o inui'tfort; Tho (typcpmi ns t Angu-t'28V Miss Grace Murray has secured tho district school near Jetts, Franklin county, which begins next Monday. Miss Murray is u graduate of tho Ky. F. 0. School, an institution of learning which especially prepares its pupils for teachers, and she is well qualified to discharge the duties of a ''school-inarm..- " Jan, 10-l- imSTHiUMLILLLIIE Xbe qnfek .C. ATKINS & CO., 3lch. 12-6- BSt Ind. Minn. Memphis, Tenn, Chattan&ogajenn ni ' e. o. w. i uA dlieet root from Willi! Tl UK1IS1S M TEXAS! Scientific American Agency for oe.w . Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, 8. KELLEY, Oas hundred and fifty biIIm OF CINCINNATI. O., will be at the SHORTEST TO LITTLE KOCH, And the only reeta FHOEKras: aOTBIir CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. BESIOM PATENTS YiWf COPYRIQHTS, etc. For Information nr.rt frco Handbook write to SllINN i: CO.. 801 BuoADWAY, Nkw Youk. Oldest bureau for securlnc patents In America. Kvery pttent tnkeu out by us Is brousht beforo the public by a notice given tree of charso In tho IN LEXIMiTOX. KY.. Witliout Change of Cars. If you ore corns to emigrate to Sherman, Dallas, Itjfort Worth Austin, Houstin, Thli U Sopt. 10th, 1892. Oot. 1st. 1892. Oct. 22d, 1892. Nov. 12th, 1892. stirglciiJ . a :'ti Mmtttw mamm HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without operation and vlth little or no nuiu. W. MeKeo Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. .1. A. cott. Fninkforr, Ky. Dr. E. M. (iober, Frankfort. Ky. hkkuui:nces. v ,',, the CHEAPEST AND J1EST KOTJTE Ko etungu of cars to Larucst circulation ofeny jclentltio paper In tho world, bnlumlldly Illustrated. No iiHollleent muu shoulit bo without It. Weekly, SIMM! a jrcart fcl.SU six months. Address MUN1I & CO UUULISubus. MI Uroadway. Now York. M0BTG0MERY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS It) rulthfiiriiiil ahd hct patronizing tho school. Last she labored3tnnyyciirs an mourn her buy. n'll ib. 'oiiiBhtlr. friends for sh sovonty-ono- j was truly upright, fcftuerouH and kind, "Our lo,s jar the enrollment was I further information, address ,. b children coming at nil regular biliorRnlii. B& thirty-fiv- e or six, while tho actual C. P.ATMORE, G.P. T.A., ' ' rerace attendance waB twenty-sovoLOOliiyiLtJK, KJtNTDCkl. Children Cry-foPitcher's Castoria. Hie cost of tho school is seven hun itillLUI tiJilllUlY Brents' 'II lilt; lliUHI.1 UI lilt) ilcyu ly,.Joveil liv.hw employer. tn,.vinjsetfainl 11 y ..lbah. SHEEP ! SHEEP ! SlI EEP I ! T. Stnlen, Krunkfort, Ky. Berberiuh, Frankfort, Ky. Ivev. 1.. I', llulett, Ilenson. Ky. A. II. Mei'Iiae, FruHkrort, Ky. v. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. Diiviu Jioore, uenson, Ky. Jas. Jt. Wlthrow, iTaiiktott, Ky. J. V. ;" Is . n. r Cft HKA1) t)V 15Vtt: WILLSKt.L IN' NUM-- 1 0 ) hers to Mitt purchaser, mi', on easr terms t!) resionslble nartles. Also n few yarllnfflmcks. auliTllTHI-MllLK- . KoiKsot Klkhorn. July 30 lm. West EUslith street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day of each week except SATU R DAYS, i'nniphlets ilescrlbliiL' these diseases' and the mode ot treatment gent free to nnyouo V. I. KKI.L.KY, M. D by tiudressim; 2D'J W. KlKht H. nnclnnatl, 0. CONSULTATION FltEE. 1H. KILLKV'b clllceunu residence at 26& JHE.V gfe,'- !' 8 -- w- ..,. ' , '''?'' J ' B w ' , ii - ij liiwiiiiw 111 '& ,;Hr :"'tv ,:' ' ' B p ' Mistreat ... .- - flflllTflllPBl.' H K - .W ,.fc . E&. (SSL fr-- : fort, and Fourth and Jefferson, Louisville amBHnMBBiMMaamMMBi .i; ..-.'- j g (J U II L II A . . '? A. m. ttTI m IX 'rJ .cBS .WPK 0 a I -- " T A ibr " ! wMain Street, Fraik-ftrft K f. V and Fourth and H II l U 1 M '.-- HI, m.v"i wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMMMm . f, , ,! , f Jefferslon, Louisville. f ''Vi ' -, A, .'(' ' i"'3 i WC ? AkV 'rlSb'y;.'-;''- ft : RreaiectarSale lilG JLSt Until S light-colore- d L8l11! 560 Straw Hats, one-hal- f price :W.mlEA St ft JLZZZ, Good VV.VJ1.N.VWVV , ; " 75 Vests, line 11 ptember the 10th. iXi&&. :Se:our Stispen- - IK- ! . ' I Hm&'mWMEjJ k ' $ F ' " ? ,trTi . "4 pp wlnVr and m 3,5'c. will do. v ' This is unusual with us but we can not See our 25c. avoid it. We have, on account of the extreme Drawers, worth ilot summer, too many spring 40c. suits left; we must sell them, ' See the Greai Sacnfsce! All our spring suits that were $12.50, $15.00 and $18.00; go at $10.00. light-colore- d :,:fl,ni; worth 25c. -- Gfe' ,A.- OTJEl- &'& Great Keckwear ;. sale! ' "SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY! See our Trunks on 2d floor. 7T CRUTCHER PRANKFORT- & AND- Utrt mt (? STARKS, -- LOUISVILLE. & ' ;. f p".'.' IT? I. v '.'- ... -, h- -. fc .! fcV't t'V. ii'..' by Messrs. Lewis. There are no more intelligent 4 breeders or experienced and careful handlers of Messrs. W. J. & W. H. Lewis' fino those ihree year old filly Matrimony, by the trotter than all gentlemen, and remarkable that and it is not at iA.berdeen, dam by Happy Medium, they are making a success of the 'won the Mechanical Stakes for three-- 1 .year olds of 2:28 class at the Lexington business. Fair on Wednesday in four heats, Matrimony made her first appeartwo-yeold at in public as iand made a record of 2:234. The ancetrotting races ain this city last tho ; Xoxington Transcript gives the fol- October and won the only race jn lowing" account of the race: which she started, gaining a record PirBt Race Mechanical Stake for of 2:28. -.. ' 2:28 class; purse Slcelley, ar '- Matrimony Won. IHIililil Bk. .a written inritttI If you hT,n't, witdoia lid Inttlllftut mtil lion rll K&AA&Yr Br I ' Ji . MiMMMMMHMMM y?u,v&3 throe-year-old- s, t First Heat Lakowood had the pole and got off with Hazel Deli second and Electro Benton third. At the quarter Hazel Dell led. Matrimony second, and the former kept up the lead until reaching the stretch, when she wao passed by Matrimony, who won oy two lengtnB. nazoi ieu second and Electro Boncon third. By quarters, :36 Time 2:27 1-- 2. 1-- $1,000. William 4, 1:13 1-- 4, ' Second heat Matrimony had the pole and got off with Hazel Dell second and Lakowood third. The positions remained unchanged all Truly yours, the way around, and that is the way WM, SKELLEY. they finished, Matrimony coming in MSTILLKttV, This wonderful medicine is for sale A SMALL In operation, for sale client). Only under the wire first by threo lengths. By quarters, :36, 1:10 at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. X rme Dnrtui. ppijr io 2:23 Time 1:51 1-- 4. Of 11 Academy St., Jamesville, Wis., under date of May 23, says: Messrs. Kenyon & Thomas: This is to certify what I know about Dr. Hale's Household Ointment. I have had a bothersome sore on my lip for 15 years which terminated 111 a cancer. I had tried various remedies purporting to cure, but all without avail until I purchased a box of your Dr. Hale's Household Ointment and with two months' using it has entirely cured it, and I freely give this for the benefit of the people. Lr KkskMk v MM M sr ' m promLt you mr iptcm, ptraonal iimuon. 1 ur trtikt to britflr teach any Miljr W nicHift&i person tuner 111, who e an read and urrtt hIi.. flir Inilmetior.) will work Indue. trlou.lr, bow U earn Three Thsu. land Dollr. a t rear In theli ow lecellll.i, where-Tir loir nee. I will alio furuy the eltaetlon r- emplolment, yea can earn thai amount. I ehertre aouilnr and recelra noth- Inf unleel luo. ceainii, mm WM. CROMWELI ATTORN EY-AT-LA- Vi AMD REAZ. BSTATJB AGJB2V7 and sale of real Mtote, collection of aud tbe iecott,Uon of loam. . will BUCKEYEljiC PRACTICI Franklin Rod th Uo rlT dolntng emintlet. ,n. pclal attention to the purchn m THK COUltTS' r nU, claltm innHri-- OINTMENT ES. A SURE TnfU4 tj MCHiRDBOa.TATLOB MKP. t Moore's Poultry Remedy. OK THE CO., S THK OLDKST POUTIIY RKMKDY and CERTAIN CURE Known for IS years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. BT.tOnS. to learn, cr that require! much on Aatnisc umcuii boot. market, i'ostively preyenteund cures tine. I deilre out CHOLERA AND;) GAPES Kentucky Training School. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Mm Tfcl. aiaklnrorcr Three Tliou.euit Ttt,Ur v... ah i. uw "'Mi are. Full parllriilan Tree. After you know alt, If you Ukclnde to ro no furilier, h hr, uo harm le done. Addreei, C. AI.t,K., Il.ix? UO. Vinfuatu, AIuluo. Dec.5-Jy- . county. I hate at. ready taurht and provided with em. ployment a lirji I ntimti.p ltn . ach dletrlet pereon from r Moro then pays for Its uae In tlio extra produo tlnn of .h. je CHAPMAN - m & fiet a trial box. FOR SOUR-SrAS- SAlE. 24.000. Apply early. .JutjV-St- A practical, homelike, Military school with colleg. lata course. Number limited; rooms lull last year. TgBgJRSIy . Major C. W. FOWLER, Superintendent NOW WILLIAMS, DRUGGISTS- - DANCING CLASS. MonUtty, 10 o'clock. 3-- 'V-- . - .' & v r ft r'f i ;V . t ry '' Ka. it Frankfort Third Heat The horses got off on Cheap Rates to WashingHeadquarters for PEUFUMKS, TOILKT GOODS score, with Electro Benton the third ton and Baltimore. ANDSUNDUIES. iirst, Lakevvood second and Hazel Doll third. At the quartor Matrimony had gained the lead by a Tho Kentucky Midland will sell Finest S 0 Q A WATER in Frankfort, length. At the half the positions tiokets to Washington and return April were: Matrimony first, Lakowood September 13th to 20th at $13.20 for Eleccro Benton third. the round trip; and Baltimore Sepsecond and In the stretch Matrimony still led tember 15th to 19th, same price. and up to within fifty feet of the Account Grand Army Encampment wire. She looked a sure winner, but and Naval Veterans' Reunion. CD. Beugaw, Orit Davis, with a wickod smile, G. F. & P. A. urged Hazel Dell and tho brown filly by her rival ana won oy u glided tho encouraging shouts of Now Try This. the crowd. Electro Benton cam It will cost you nothing and will sure-l- y By quarters, third. Time 2:24 do you good, if you have a Cough, ;30 1:13, 1:60 any Oold, Fourth Heat Off on the third Client or. Lungs.trouble with Throat, Dr King's New Disor Lakowood score, Hazel Doll first, covery second and Electro Benton third. Colds isfor Consumption, Coughs and guaranteed The quartor polo showed Hazel still monoy will be paid to give relief, or, back. Sufferers in the lead. She broke a moment from La Grippe found it later, but soon regained her feet. thing and under its use had ajust the speedy John Payne urged Electro Benton and perfect recovery. Try a saraplo forward, and she lead at the half. bottle an,our expense Bll U I. 3J and iearn for This continued into the Down they yourself just how good a thing it is. and, into the stretch. TENNIS, I'riu) Gakpicnter's came in a bunnh, keeping well to- Drug bottleBfree at Phil. 50c. Has its Irresistible charms for 'the young ill Store. Largo size 91.00. gether until the distance stand was and beautiful, so lue the 3 reached, when Matrimony surged to A A Qwr...t3' W 'the.front, followed closely by Hazel Fon Sale A New Process gasoDell, passed Electro Benton near tho line stove, r. & which has been used but wire, Matrimony winning by half n length, Hazel Dell second and little and nearlyatas good as new, is offered for sale " a bargain. Apply Time 2:20 (&vLZkt Electro Benton thir - .A y Jt v at this office. S vWl fXJSSS Matrimony is only ono of many rf fast youngsters which have been bred Wo havo some first class second We Make A Specialty Of buggies and phaetons for at Belair Stock Farm, many having handand see them if you want a sale. These Corsets. bar20 list Call mado records low down in the gain. Mastin Bros. 30-tWEIIZEL & O'DONNELL. mmmw)WMVtiuvimuiwiKW&Mwmww after haying boon handled and sold, Ja'i.23-tf 1-- 1:7 1-- 2. 4 M. T.MITCHKI.L, Ky. PRESCRIPTION CLASS IN MISS KATi?STKUiS' ltocol. Days DANCING otir-at Capltul of Tuition Wedni'tidny and Friday Junia-t- f iuornlna ut iJEmreraow, ky., ummmm)i5tmJXrLmmmmmmmmM mm , 3-- 4. 1-- 2. 1-- 4. MLvr jLv fiug. 1 iiiini ym 2, 3 Frtil; Offered , mtmmamsmw I JIlIJLIaC SO, 31, SBDf. 1, three-quarte- rs Compstition Open to tha World, Tfce Most Altracllvo Program Ever in- e.. 0$?W fcr TWO RACES EACH DAY! ETDECT 1-- 4. .! 41-t- f. . t- Ithtaa OEO. LADIES AND CHILDRCN AOMITTKOl rRCC THE rirlST DAY, poolnl Tralnn on All Rnilrqacfcrj Jot fuitatr Mtmi'.'.n ir4 uUlop), 4Jrm iU IttnWj XT. J f. WHITNEY, PrMldeKtS TSOS. L. MAItTIN, Secretary. " . Juir"' 10. 3l&lll31Il3B33 (Mbm 9 rij ' yt'W9I .$ If'--' ' Frankfort Roundabout-Supple- ment. Low Rates on tlie K. Itl, No. 51 Bargains. second-han- d 42-t- f. Volumo XV return, Septombor8, Montroal, Oanndn, nnd $15.22. $17.72. O. D. and return FRANKFORT, KY., SEPT. 3, 1802. Mastin Bros, have somo splendid Surreys, Pheatons and Soptombor 8, to Quebec, Cannda, Buggies that they offer cheap. Beroaw, G. P. A. To Shclbyville. TIME TABLE. The following timo tnble in now effect npon the L. fc N. road: TBAItffl WBST. in No. 17 loavos Frankfort No. 21 loaves Frankfort No lOleaveB Frnnkfort No.281eavesFrnnkfort...... 5:50 a. in 9:40 3:00 7:88 a. m p. m p.m. a. m. TSAINBBABX. r No. 18 lettTOB p. m. No. 24 arrbes Frankfort .... 11:15 p. m. No. 22 leaves Frnnkfort Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect nt Lngrnnge for Cincinnati. No. 23 nnd 21 cnnnoct nt Anchorage for Blootnfiold Brunch. W. W. No. 20 loaves Frnnkfort.... Frankfort.... 10:10 4:35 7.48 p.m. Alexander, Agent. TIic Season Opened. & V The hunters are having some Bport killing doves in the hemp fields. The birds are not very plentiful, but an occasional field is found with quite a number of them in it. ' Itlr. Levis Paralyzed. y :? y - Mr. W. P. Levis, manufacturer, of Dayton, Ohio, was stricken with paralysis at his ofllce in that city Monday morning but revived shortly after being taken home, of Mr. Mr. Levis is a John F. Church, of this county, and lost his wife about a year ago. Mr. M. P. Gray, his brother-in-law- , went over to see him on Tuesday and reports him as still in a very critical son-in-la- w condition. Uleet and Organize. Court-hous- e an extensive paper this summer remember that the Kentucky Central Railway most delightful place in America is Old Point Comfort, Va Un Tuesday, July i:otn, the Chesa- "BLUB GRASS ROUTE peake and Ohio Railway will run its Quicken routerroio OFFICE LOCATED AT d annual excursion from Lexington and the blue grass region. A trip to Old CICNTRAL. KENTUCKY 105 Mild 10) Ann Mreet, (iAI'lTAJ. HOTFL ..LIVO, Point will cost you less than to any TO ALL rOINTS in charo. ;ind conWith JDX. O-- - --F"1- lUrtLO-C-CLpsC-other placo on accouut of the exsulting physic! ins. Dks. h. E. HUM Kami G. V. CI JINN.. tremely low rates made by the HOBTH. EAST, WEST. M SOUTHWEST. Hygoia Hotel and tho railway comThis is an opportunity of beiny permanently n !iev-(- l of tin: tvrribTe FAST LINE BETWEEN pany to parties taking advantage of diseases, Alcoholism and Morphine. 0 ir remedy is : this excursion. LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. Full particulars will be advertised Cure Complete, Absolute shortly. Chas. L. Brown, IN EFFECT NOV. 15TH.1831. G. P. A. Which is Guaranteed. Short-stann. Effective June 20th, tho K. M. R. R. in connection with tho Louisvillo Southern, will sell tickets to Shelby-vill- e from Frankfort and intermediate Tho Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Chattanooga and stations, that horotoforo have taken return Sept. 13 and 14 at $8.30. Ac- higher rate, at $1.75. This will bo a groat convenience to count Mooting of tho Array of tho passengers who use this route. Cumberland. m To Cincinnati and Covington, August 27th to Octobor 1st at $3.63. How to Keep Cool. Account Latonia Races. C. D. Bercaw, If you are looking for pleasrnt G. F. & P. A. locations to spend tho hot days at moderate cost, write D. ft. Edwanl, G. P. A., Q. and O. Route, Cincinnati. Reduced Rates Ohio, for copy of Queen and C: reentitled Will be made by tho Queen & Cros-ce- cent book, Vn rrtnllnrl"Summerv Days," it,l,lVi urflt frrn (? Routo and Louisville Southern charge. R. R.. account tho following named occasions: Rare Opportunities. At Erlanger, Ky., Licking Association Particular Baptists, Sept. Oth to 12tli. The Queen & Crescent Route will At Middlesborough, Ky., Kentucky place oxcuroion tickets on sale to Annual Conference M. E. Church, Texas, Arkansas and Indian Torri Sept. 7th. tory, at greatly reduced rates, on For further information as to rates August 30th, September 27th and etc., call on ticket agents or address Octobor 25th, good for return 20 days D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, from date of sale. For rates, maps and O. further information, call on Agents of tho Q. & C. Route, of Agent at Wliere to go Tills Summer. your station, or address D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. If you contemplate taking a trip nt .l To Chattanooga and ington. Cov- - llBBEi NpMh lBBIiBll Ilfi9S9il ;EHJ3I II 3" MLMl!LltM. Hwlll.MilM. July 30-l- y. . Fran Iff nr! Q.mit-ii'- u . In now iii succe.-sfn- in of Sf nfo l operation fnr the trc.ttrr cnt of tlie Liquor, Morphine and Tobacco Habits 4 and Permanent J. v,T n I The Republican County Committee of Franklin county, chosen on the 3d of September, will please Army of tlie Cumberland n At Clilclca- mauga, September Re-unio- joutu l.ound No.O. No. 3, Daily Accom. Ex oun. Dally Express Hist line Ex bun. No.l, Ball. V. L. CLARK, Secretary. GAYLK, Prebidenr. -- aujj.20-3r- 1892. ?5$V I ft. blb.im p. m. on the 5th of SepA number of Brigado and RegimenNewport Im .Valley 46am tember, for the purpose of effecting tal Associations will attend this re1043aui a permanent organization by electing union. The Queen and Crescent 1118am . Route have made a half rate fare for " Lexington 1'ilOmi 11 UUpni 7 UOpm . a Chairman and Secretary. JSfgTSQMJXMT A? Washincton, Philadelphia, 610pni Respectfully, this occasion from Cincinnati to Lre Paris. . . 11 23am 660pUl Of Will practice in all Stale Courts-R. A. Hancock, Louisville. Wilder'a and Hooker's Arr Winchester l'ilUan Now York, Baltimore, 705pm fice second floor, Cu.tom House. Chairman Seventh District of Ken- Brigades have arranged to take a Lie Winchester 1240pm 800pm Arr Richmond. 135pm re Old.PQint and the Jan. .,. special train over the Queen and Lre Richmond. 135pm tucky. Crescpnt Route to Chattanooga for LveBerea. . . 205pm ' T M. BE ATT Y,. this occasion. "For rates or other in- ArrLivin.iton. 305pm AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. Lre Livingston. 3 15pm Antlocli.I Attor'neyat DAiv & keal Agl formation address D. G. Edwards, G. Lve London . . 4 10pm P. A., Queen and Orescent Route, Arr Corbln. . . 4 50pm , ' BEATtYVILLE.LEErCq. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. 1891. ,, LveCorbln. . . 600pm . .Weather4s very dry. Cincinnati, Ohio. Lre Barb'rrllle. 6Kipm ........-....,..- ' RACTICES IN LEE, BREATHITT. WOLKK. P' vK.tlll, '.Tockson, Powell, Clay .and othcj , . Lre Pliievllle. . 6 41pm '.':'. " Miss Agnes Stivers, who has been Limited iFas t Express Aocm. Dally , LTelllddlesb'h. 7S5pra ".'. counties . . Dully Mall EAST BOUND visiting at Middletown for the past Sullivan and Corbett Meet- Arr uuin'btiup. 7 55pm . i3ept;6-trDally. Dajiy. Ex Sun, KxSun three monthB, has returned home. ing at New Orleans. Lve Corbln. . . 4 50pm Lexington . Lve. 735;mi uoopin 11 lUiin 15 30pm' Lve WlllluWg. 545pm G45piii r.Wipm ouptn Winchester " There was quite a lively picnic at . CJOpin . . . . . . . . . . . . SW;ui) 7 12pm l uopm 735pm Mt. Sterling " o- For this occasion the Queen & Arr Jelllco... this place last Saturday. Dancing UaILV. Lve Richmond 160pm was all the go. Creiomt Route will Bell round trip Lve Lancaster.. 4 45pm Ashland . . " 1210am 1007m 84(kim r2iJiJiu.lirjuii) .'i'AIIU eattleCMburg tickets at half rates. Tickets to be A rr Stanford. . 520pm Mr. Geo. Semones,, of Frankfort, sold September 3, 4, 5 and tV good re0im Huntington ' il250p:ull047pni 2IO11111, ' Sunday. WdiihlllliSlOll was in our midst last 15th, No. 2. till 17.1H.1 06Ul)iiii PlilKuieipliiu , turning until1 September sell 1892. '.JUNBpG-No. 6, Dalijr New Yonc Arc' 1 vj;in H2vipiu Connection lines will also , 4 tickets . ExSun. ft.,.-11; n-iFrankfort, Ky. over the Queen & Crescent Route at Morth.Uoutio Express Ex Son. '? HAH.V WEST BOUND. UU'. "Tlie "Way of' tlie. World." reduced rates. This line is the only line running UNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA Uiltitmisto.i Le. GIMiinl ii j ; n i in Vostibulod Trains from Cincinnati to Lve Stanford.. :' , "Laughed till my sides ached." 7 05.U10 Cuttlctt.sUiiry " 0.5iiii pin 711pml CH.VRLOTTSV1LLE, VA. r Lancaster 7 oo,im "Funniest thing I'vo seen in years." New Orleans. It is Dl miles the short- ArrRichmond. g Ashland. . . " t37am 205pm 7 27 pm f. . . . Next session begins 15th Sept. Courses In Art. . . 1Q 15am . . . . Ex These were some 'of the remarks est, and its regular trains make LveJellk-o- . . . EiiKlneer.ng. Law, Medicines. For announce- Mt. Sterling LveJlO 27am! 50Ht)m 1 Sun G25;ira 0nn . . . both from Cincinnati 45am ment appl to 5 heard at the Masonic Theatre last quickest time 11 loam '4upnii 1 55piiii 7 15am Winchester ." Lve . . 8 50am WM. M. THORNTON, LL., D., Chairman. 201)11) Lexington . Arr. 2 45pm 805am night as tho audience dispersed after to New Orleans and from New Arr Willla'sb.(:.. Q . .. . 35am ' ' Louisville Arr., OiJimi: 960m 740pm lUXlam witnessing the first performance of Orleans to Cincinnati. 6 33am All tickets are accepted on our LveCum'bUup. Z LIUtl'E!) VEiritiaLEu TRAINS run dally lu the Weston Brothers in their musical Lve Mlddlesbfh ?. 58am j 0 U4.ipe.we J: Ohio 'F. V. v." 7 47am ti comedy drama, "fhe Way of the Vestibuled Trains without extra Lve Plnovllle" . to New Yorlt. Barb'rvllle. 35am charge. Our rates and the rates of Lve Corbln.. World." Arr i'rCAtNS runs dally ami FAST HAIL 9 --5am The audience was a very large one, our connections over this line are as Lve Corbln. . . H make local stops between Lexington aud Hunt 9 s5nm . . Shortest and quickest between Lve London . . ington. 10 Ham gallery being filled to overflow- low as by any other. the ' We have two through Vestibuled Arr Livingston. U 05am ing, and only the last row of seats AND FftAHSFOftT CINCIHMATI HUNTINGTON : & MORE1IEAD accommoda 11 I5nin Cincinnati and New Lve Livingston tlons run dully. being empty. The contagion that a Trains between Lvo Uerea 12 lOnn . . . OnlT direct line between good audience carries with it caught Orleans every day in the year. LEKINUTilN &MJltBilEADA: LEXINGTON . . Arrltlchmond 1241pm On Sunday, September 4th, 1892, Lve Richmond.. 6 05am 1241pm Ml' STER'wlNtt .icirommodatlons run dally the company, and there wasn't a stop Franl-forand Paris, Cr deorgetown we will, in addition to regular service, Arr Winchester 6 55ara 135pm in the fun of the evening. Winchester 10am THROUGH SLEEPING CARS to and from Westons themselves are re- run a special train to New Orleans, Lve Paris. . . . 7 45am 1 55pm The 7 227pm Arr inhln jton an NiW York without change. lisle, L'iys?ille, Cynthiana, Falmarkably clover comedians, and in making a fast run through. All tick- Lve Lexington. 7 00am 200pm 345pm . . . . G W. Bakxky, C. L. Bkown, their musical specialties are perhaps ets will be good on tho special as well Arr Paris. ... 7 53am 2 37pm 4 25pm . . . . ; Gen. Pass. Agent. a. A.. Lexington, Ky. Lve Cynthiana. 8 24am 3 07pm 4 48pm mouth and Covington. rivals. Each of their acts as on regular trains. without W.S.llAliniSOK. 9 23am Lve For information, sleeping car berths Arr Falmouth.. 1054am 4 01pm GSOpm .. .. .. .. again, and G.A.. Ashland. Ky. was encored again and Covington. 6 35pm 637pm they certainly had every rignt to or rates, or reserved seats in the Club Arr Cincinnati. 1100am 646pm 645pm . . . . ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND. feel flattered with their reception on aBk nearest railroad agent or write MAYSVILLE BRANCH. Nashville to D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Q & O. their first appearance. No.10, No. it TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDAHO TIME. Route, Cincinnati, Ohio. Daily American. Daily, Daily, o . TIME TABLE JUNE 20. lKfcJ. Opera House Thursday At the Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun TOBACCO Lve. Cincinnati . p m r M 1' M evening, September 8th. LOUISVILLE irairJf7(K(hiWiJx 2 85 pro MARKET. 3 02 p m No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS E AST. Covington . Lve. 7 00 am 520pm House for Rent Tho Lve. Lexington . 7 55 it m 615pm Paris. . . fi.OOl 1.00 3.30 frame house lately occupied by F. M. FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, Lve. Millersburg. Frankfort . . . A . 8 18am 638pm Lv. Summit Arr. 1.10 3.30 6.00 Lv. Scofield, on Campbell, between Main TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. LOUISVILLE 8 40am 700pm Lv. 3.41 1.25 0.11 Arr. Carlisle. .. .. Elkhoru For terms apply to Logan. and 9 34am 751pm 1.40 3.48 tU8 Arr. Johnson . 1010am 8 30pm Lv.Swltzer Ground . Arr.Maysville. 2.00 4.02 William Graik. fi.32 Lv. stamping Sales on our market for the week 2.10 6.8U 4.10 No. 9, No. 11. Lv. Duvall to 3,332 hhds., with Daily. Fob Sale I offer for sale my justclosed amount 2.35 4 22 C.52 P!J' Lv. Johnson . .B. 0 44 4.14 2.20 2.304 Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun Lv. Georgetown receipts for the same period of 3.(0 4.32 6.50 property on Third, between Main hhds. Sales on our market Bince JanLv.CS. Depot 3.V0 4.47 7.00 " ' 6 20 am 160pm I v. Newtown and Logan streets, in South Frank- uary 1st amount to 117,476 hhds. Sales Lve.Maysville . "" 3.35 4.5G 7.18 6 67 a m 227 pm Lt. Centrevllle Apply for terms to Lve. Johnson . fort. 3.45 6.01 7.23 Lv Elizabeth 1891 on our market to Lve. Carlisle. . . of the crop of 6 60 a ni 320pm THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST E. A. Felluer. 4.05 5.15 7.37 C. 7 16 am 3 45pm Ar ParlB Lve.Millersburg date 101,848 hhds. k M 1' M 1' M A M 7 40 am 410pm Paris. . . Again wo have to report large Arr. Lexington. .. 8 28am 700pm Hew TRAINS WEST. lNo.2. No. 4 IN0.8INQ.12 our Arr. 10 64 a m f. 37pm If you have a buggy, carriage or ofleriugH of burley tobacco on sat- Arr. Covington . 4.35 5.50 C aOO Lv. Paris 11 00 am 6 45pm Cincinnati . harness which needs repairing market this week with generally sot of 5.01 C.02 Arr. 8.12 Ar. Elizabeth Time, 25 Hours. the 5.10 aw coo At. Ccntervlllo take it to the Kentucky Buggy and isfactory prices all along activeline. S. R. KNOTT, C. P. ATMORE. C 14 6.25 de8.24 Ar. Newtown SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. Harness Company on east Broadway. Colory goods are Btlll in CSen. Pass. At. Trnfflc Manager. 6,12 Ar. O S. Depot . . . . H.SG mand and have gained additional General Offices, Louisville, Ky. All work promptly executed. 6.52 5.45 6.37 The shortest and quickest. Ar. Georgetown . . B . &41 . Tho market may be said 7.06 strength. 6.45 8.40 S. F. B. HORSE, Asst. Geu'l Pass. Ag't. Ar. Johnson C.51 7.15 Ar. Duvall Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala One good second hand mower for to have closed a shado stronger this Office, Chamberof Commerce Bldg., Cincinnati, 0. Ar. Stamping Ground . K64 6.58 7.35 9.01 week on all grades. sale. Price $20. A bargain. 7.55 7.10 'J.13 No. 1 Dally to all points except Ron land Divi- Ar. Swltzer Time, 26 Hours. 8.10 7.16 The following quotations fairly sion, which Is dally except Bundnj. 9.19 Mabtin Bros. Ar. Elkhorn dally Ar. represent our market for burley No. Cincinnati. except Sunday from Lexing- Ar. Summit . . . A . 9.25 7.22 8.20 Solid Vestibuled Trains. The Short line be8.30 7.30 9.33 Frankfort ton to tween Cincinnati ano If you want sulphur water, fresh tobacco, crop of 1891: No.l Runs dally. Lkxington, Ky.. Time. Mi Hours damaged No. 4 Runs dally from all stations except the from tho Murray well, loft at your Trash (dark) or 12 A connects with L. A N. " Knoxvillk, Tkns., " $5 50 Rowland DlvMlon, which Is dally except Sunday. $4 50 tobacco every morning, leave & C. and L.S. 17 AbHKVILLX, N. C, " B connects with 0. residence " No. 6 Dally except Sunday. 7 00 ' ' CUATrANOOOA, TENN., C connects with K. C. 11 drug storo, Common Colory trash... 6 50 orders at V. H. Avorill's No 5. runs dally except Sunday between Cin' ATLANTA, 15 Gi., " colory Effective. July h. Sunday trains leave Frankcinnati and Lexington. the U. S. Express office or H. R. Medium to good BlUMINUHIM, ALA.. " 16 " 0 00 7 00 fort 8:15 a. m. and 3:30 p. m., arrive at GeorgeNo. 16 ParU and Lexington Accommodation trash grocery. Williams' Direct Connections at NewOrieaiiNindSbieT 7 00 daily. Leaves Lexington 10,00 a. in. Arrives Paris town 9:10 a.m. nnd 4:2- - p. m.; Paris 9:60 a.m. port for Texas, Mexico and California. Common lugs not colory 5 00 and 5:10 1. m. lOi'oa. m. Leave Frankfort p. in., arrive at Le ve Paris 10:10n. of bottom leaves No. 7 For Sale Fiftoon aorea miles west Medium to good colory 10 00 15 00 Cincinnati Vulmoath Accommodation. Falmouth Georgetown 10:E6.i. m. m. nnd 6:80 m.; Frankfort vlaGeorgetowii 5:45via Kentucky MldlandRallwai a.m. :urrlveClnolnuatllO:2B and 6K p. Arrives 6.15 p. m lugs two a. m. QulaVerthan anyotherllne. land, situated about 11:00 it. m. and 7:00 V. in. 10 00 7:05 p. m.. dally except Sundny. 7 60 adCommon Colory lugs All trains arrlv.it depart tromGentralUnlOB The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecof Frankfort, on L. &N. Railroad, No. 8 Leaves Falmouth fl a. m. Arrives Cin00 8 tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all Depot. Cincinnati joining W. L. Collins. Will sell tho Common to medium leaf14 00 14 00 cinnati 7.55 n. in., dally except Sunday. ForRatof Mape.tVcaaaresi west. 17 00 Nos. land 3 make connections at Wlnobester points north, south and E.T.CHARLETON, whole or in lots at a bargain. For Medium to good loaf. For further Information apply to their agents. 17 00 25 00 forpolntsontheN.N.&M.V.Ry.,E. D. to lino leaf. Good li. r. & t, A.,unaimnoqga. E. B. WElTZKL, particulars call on No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to a D. BKHCAW. MILLER, D. 1. EDWARDS, D. City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. Select or wrappery Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all J. A. Goinb, Mug. Cincinnati, O. A.T 9 meet at the at 2 o'clock, in Frankfort LveJluclunatl. LveCovmgton. " Falmouth. " Cynthiana Arr Paris. . . &loui V 8O0piu 2 65pui bObpin 3Upu ! lbpUl 4 35pm . . U6Vpm 636pE . . 1023ptu 610pm -- .... .... .... .... .... I.,.. ."'l' - .... ....' ' .... , .... ... .... .... .... I rv:f'.' 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