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Gov't Report As KY., SEPTEMBER Name Your Men. 10, 189?. Number 1 flft i m, jBxst&sa x ABSOLUTELY PURE tlie Year. Baking Pomter $6 to Chicago $6 promptly. County Committee held on Monday, I was directed to request the 'Republicans, of Bridgeport, Bald Knob, Bloomington, Forks of Elkhorn and Benson precincts to recommend to me for appointment as members of the committee from those precincts the names of some gentlemen whom they desire to represent them in that body. I hopo that the Republicans in the precincts named will make their recommendations at once, so that the appointments may be made Respectfully, Oh'm Republican Co. Committee. a meeting of the Republican 4 M IW:l-ii1;I- for Infants and Children OMtertaewresOoac, OoMtrpatfas, Bow Stomach, Diarrhoea. Xructatlos, SS Worm, girea sleep, and proaiotea di- - DRAWING NEAR, TUe Big Circus Day of All As old "Rough and Ready" would have put it, "all the world and the rest of mankind" hereabouts are and editorially advhied of the hilarious fact that Sells Brothers' Big Show of the world is to give aftornoon and evening exhibitions at Frankfort on Monday, September 12th, preceded by a grand free morning parade of unusual liberality and attractiveness. The various interesting and amusing exhibitions massed under the hugetents need not but it is pertinent to say that one and all will be forthcoming, as Sells Brothers are honeBt and impartial managers, who wisegly regard one man's money as good as another's, And everywhere, and at every performance, return precisely the same Abundant satisfactory equivalent for the price of admission. This is not the custom with one or more shows of boasted metropolitan reputation, which give much better exhibitions in New York City and Philadelphia than elsewhere; and having thus secured favorable and misleading notices, foist upon what they are n leased to term ub "ruralites" S performances, inferior performers and cheap, tawdry displays. It, really furthermore, is a fact that-th- e great artists which only appear with them for a few days in the cities named are always engaged by Sells Brothers for the entire season, making their big circus salary list far the most expensive of any on the road. We need not comment upon this pic-toriallbore-enumerate- Richard Morris, aalarlalsmwalladaptedtoehadreaUu I rocommtcditas superior to aayycieeriyttow H. X. Aacwiw, X. D., known to 8." 1U So. Oxford ., Brookes, If. y And return via the Big Four Route. Saturday, September 10th, will sell tickets from Oincinnati to Chicago and return at the low rate of $6 for the round trip. This is the last cheap xcursion of the season and every one should take advantage of the opportunity to see the World's Fair Buildings, which are now practically completed and open to inspection. connecting lines. Be Low rates l sure your tickets read via the Big Four Route. on-al- Ben. D. Bell, Druggist, of Lexington, Ky., says that Dr. Hale's Household remedies (consisting of Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment and Dr. Hale's Household Tea) are the best sellers he has ever had in his store. This is owing to the great merit of these popular remedies. They invariably give great satisfaction, save many doctors' bills and work wonderful cures. Everybody should use them. 25 and 50c. sizes at Carpenter's South Side 1 drug Btore. JL. T. WKhoStaWtoM BuxUeatio. " Tor MTeral years I hare recommended your Castoria, ' and ihall alwaya continue to do so as it ha InTariably produced beneficial results." Kowix T. "The vm of Castoria W wovalrtntl Mtd tts merit so well known that it seems work Vw are Ue of supererojcatioatoeadorsoit. keep Castoria intelligent fainlllea who do mot within easy reach." (UXLO XAnrnt. D.Dm New York City. Late Factor Btoomlncdala Reformed Church. FAnnn, M. D., "Tfea Wlathrop," 123th Street and 7th Aro, New York City. ' ttm CmrrAon CewAXT, 77 MunnAT Stwai, Nnw Yom. Gen'l Pass. Agent, D. B. Martin, Feb. 13-l- d, Cincinnati, O. SB' Admitted the Facts. Newspaper editors have to be very careful in opening their columns for statements. But aware that the Dr. Miles Medical Co. are responsible, we make room for the following testimonial from R. McDougall, Auburn, Ind., who for two years noticed a stoppage or skipping of the pulse, his left side got so tender he could not lie on it, his heart fluttered, he was alarmed, went to different dootors, found no relief, but one bottle of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure cured him. The elegant book, ''New and Start-lin- e Facts." free at J. W. Gayle's. It tells all about heart and nervous dis3 eases and many wonderful cures. -- & N. Excursion Rates. if The L. & N. R. R. offers the follow ing reduced rates: Sept. 27th and Oct. 25th, Harvest ezoursion, good 20 days, to points in Arkansas, Texas and Indian Territory, one fare for round trip. Aug. 27th to Oct. 1st, Cincinnati and return, account Latonia races, at 3.62. leomscon&FBAz Jjjj, S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, JVU ss Ky, For further particulars apply to V. W. Alexander. m Agent. - cut-ow- Why Don't You Stop Coughing before the entire mucous membrane lining the air passage leading to the lungs becomes inflamed, as it surely will be from a cough neglected. There is but one remedy that gives instant relief and cures quickly. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure cures every kind of cough from a simple cold to incipient consumption. 25 and 50c bottles at Carpenter's South Side drug store. OUR GREAT SLAUGHTER . SALE C0N-- Cheap Rates to Washing- , . ton and Baltimore. TINUED. The Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to Washington and return in policy and presen- September 13th to 20th at 13.20 for Septrip; tation. It shows for itself, and should the round15th toana .Baltimore price. 19th, samo be condemned in the one caseand en- tember 1 We must reduce our immense stock of couraged in the other by all who Account Grand Army Encampment and Naval Veterans' Reunion. despise a cheat and believe in a C. D. Beroaw, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria square deal. G. F. & P. A. While abroad with their show, , ' DarpetB, Ruga, Mattings, Sells Brothers added notably to its For Sale A Process special attractions by purchasing Pronounced Hopeless, Yet line stove, which New been uBedtrasohas but in Australasia. East India and else Saved. little and nearly as good as new, is where, many exceedingly rare and LinnlEurae, Lace Curtains, offered for sale at a bargain. Apply royal-wilbeaBts, birds and reptiles; From a letter written by Mrs. Ada at this ofllce. Among them three tremenous Tigers, E. Hurd, of Gorton, S. D., we quote: any one of which is big enough to "Was taken with a bad cold, which Bwallow any other one heretofore How to Cure a Cold. and "Wallpapers, cough sot in and a whole drove of giant Kanga- - settled on my luilgs,in Consumption. finally terminated xoos of varied hue: a flock of spleii-- ) Four Simply take Otto's Cure. We know doctors n did, and baby Jim us; pro- could live but agave me up, saying I of its astonishing cures and that it I gave And will continue our GREAT BARGAIN SALE fifteen days digious constrictingserpents, singular myself up to my short time. Saviour, determined will stop a cough quicker than any lan- .apes, and superbly-plumageremedy. known stay If guagea-guce- u great onI could not wouldwith my friends If you have Asthma, Bronohitis, longer. If in need of any .thing in the above mentioned lines, it will oiras. meet my absent Consumption earth, I and proportionately successful efforts ones above. My husband was advisor any disease of the .have been made to gather from every ed to get Dr. King's New Discovery throat and lungs, a few doses of this pay you to come and see us. C. F. First come, first served. cllmo the most valuable unique pro- for consumption, coughs and colds. great guaranteed remedy will surmoters of instruction and entertain- I gave prise you. a trial, took, in all, eight Brower & Co.'s old stand. ment in livln&rform. and the trrand re bottles. itIt has curod me, and thank If you wish to tryttcallat our store, fail to universally profit God I am now a well and hearty on Main street, and we will be pleased sult cannot And please. free of cost, woman." Trial bottleB free at Phil. to furnish you a bottle assertion. prove our that Drug Store, regular sizes And 45 willChapman & Carpenter's Williams. 4 How lo Become Fleshy. 60o. and $1.00. radical-difference 41-t- f. ex-hite- d: Fnrtieri lull-grow- d, in,-uu- i, fc i" norvouB diseases, headaoho, blues, nervous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia, 8t Vitus dance, fits, and hysteria, but also builds up the body. 'l am pleased to say that after years of intense suffering with nervous disease, headaohe and prostration, I tried Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, and in two weeks gained eight pounds in weight, I could not lie down to sloop, but now sleep perfectly easy, and am still improving wonderfully. Cannot say enough for the Nervine Mrs. L. B. Millard, Dunkirk, N. "Y." "One customer used Nervine and gained fifteen pounds in flesh, says Brown &Maybury, Cortland, N. Y." Trial bottles and elegant 3 book free at J. W. Gayles. ,Dr. Miles Nervine not only cures all o LOUISVIULB TOBACCO MARKET. PURNISHBD BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Whea Baby was tick, w garo bar Caatorla. Whea she waa Child, abo cried for Castoria. When aha became MUa, he clung to Caatorla. Whea & bad Cblldrea, she gara Uam Caster!. BR0WER,SC0TT & FRAZEE, Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. Worth Knowing. a Many thousand people have found friend in Aunt Fanny's Health ,. Ro-fltor- er. i k?1 Ill If you havo novor used this great apeoiflo for the prevailing malady of the age, Dyspepsia. Llyor uompiainc, iihenmatism, uosuvonoss. .Nervous, Sleeplessness and all diseases arising from derangement of the stomach, liver and kidneys, we would be nlnnao frt frltrn vnn a Tnnlrn(v.l iif.llia grent nerve tpnlo free of charge. 45 lSr1iniiaftnn. Tfnrvnna Pronkrnt.inn. Sales on our market for the week justclosed amount to 3,380 hhds., with receipts for the same period of 2.122 hhdB. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 120,856 hhds. Bales of the orop of 1891 on ourmarkot to date 105.070 hhds. Reoeipts and sales have again been large on our market this weok, and prices have been firm and 'active with an advancing tendency on all grades of burley tobacco. The market oloscd Arm. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco, orop of 1891: Trash (dark) or damaged $5 50 tobacco r..$4 50 7 0d Common Oolory trash... 5 50 Medium to good colory 9 00 "...,..t'..J,... 7 00 trash 7 00 Common lugs not colory 5 00 Medium to good colory 15 00 10 00 lugs 7 Common Colory lugs Common to medium leaf 8 14 Medium to good leaf. 17 Good to flno leaf. 50 00 00 00 10 00 14 00 17 00 25 00 32 00 Fair To See THE BROWNIE BEADY FOB BUSINESS! If You going Gunninglfor Bargains in Hardware and Cutlery, Guns, Ammunition and Sporting Goods, . Paints, Oils and Glass, You'll need to go no farther than call on glit-erin- Chapman & Williams. Cheap Rates. $9.05 . to Chicago and roturn Sopt. gain. Mabtin Bros. ' ' 10th. 30-t- f. ' 87.72 to NIagata Falls and return W,; 14th, .via Kentucky Midland Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. 'l .Itonv. Nothing in the way of Novelties g We have some first class second begins to compare with the hand buggies and phaetons for sale. array now displayed by W. Call and see them if you want a barthq L. Coppersmith, Jeweler. Raised Gold and Diamond In- crusted Watches of all Kinds and prices. ' . Seleot or wrappory tobacoo 25 00 M, P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant. :SM 1J. pNiiwtefti wUiM f vt HIP Is r . m . . i ...&.i - -- np, VMjM'UAi:(l..v wAm.i. , irft $fewKrwr p jP i 2 ' W"o,-o.e3ls HEilTDXXx-DO- . Troy Sxxiririossp 'i w" Iron 3FLooflxig: ' lip W$. J1iJUjX1I Ijt Carpent-erVTools;-3?arm- We will sell at cost for cash our general' line,-- of .Builder's Hardware, Cutlery Scissors, Hanies, Cpllai;smPaiu.ts9 Oils, garnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Black-smit- h and Wagon Material, Sopes and Cables, BodtingSasJitDoors, BJiuds, KS8k Salt, Sevyer and "Flu'e PijpcVantftother articles too nnni(iuso p. We will sell Wjall Papelpad Shades at cost forecast.. Allbofsf sJld,"),nMffe " wijUbe ch.edat.r,fegt.lgi 79DWO 1 '&& ' , J . U 1 jfiL ' 1 VvJO 1 . mlntron'f. . . i ' .,...... . a:w yj nufoeA 4,s Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, m j- - COLLIMS Marks-burr- y. J& BROmi QpP0Se the farmers JBaiik. i' Personals. Dr. W. H. Averill was in Louisville this week. Judge Wm. Lindsey is home from a . trip to Newport. v & Josie Downey is visiting Miss friends in Midway. Ool. Thos. Rodman, who has been quite ill, is improving. Mr. Douglas Sherley, of Louisville, was in the city Monday. Mrs. L. Lindsey went to Cincinnati Tuesday to visit friends. Mr. Alex Julian, of Cincinnati, is having succeeded Mr. J. W. il 1 JMi ?4 in the city visiting relatives. Mr. George Shinlrie returned Monday from a trip to Louisville. Miss Julia Carroll, of Lexington, is viBiting friends in this city. Mr. Geo. Hoffman, of Lawrence-burwas in this city Monday. Mr. Vane Johnson returned from a visit to Louisville Wednesday. Mrs. 0. 0. Callahan is home from a Visit to relatives in Lexington. Miss Jennie Gaines returned this week from a visit to Old Point. Ool. Thos. H. Oorbett and wife visited friends in Midway this week. Mrs. Charles Ellwanger is visiting Mrs. Matt Benckhardt, in Lexington. Mrs. Robert McGillaway of Mt. Sterling, is visiting relatives in this g, city. Mrs. Clay Hatchitt,of Scott county, spent Sunday in this city with rela- Maj. Robert Wingate, of New York City, is visiting Dr. N. J. Sawyier and family on Broadway. Mr; George Gordon,, of the Capital . press rooms, left Monday for a visit to friends in Harrodsburg. Mr. Sam Bush and wife, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Berry on Shelby street. Mrs. John W. Milam and Misa Bcttie Keenon returned Saturday from a visit to Hamilton, 0. 'Mrs. E. S. Theobald and daughter, Miss Cinnie, have returned from a visit to friends in Louisville. Mr. Tarlton Julian, wife and daughter, of Mt. Sterling, are visiting Mr. Clarence Julian near this city. Miss Pickett Johnson left Monday for Louisville to attend Miss Belle Peers' Bchool for young ladies. Drs. John Bull and Clarence Hawkins went to Louisville Monday to enter the Pharmaceutical School. Miss Minnie Petterson, who has been visiting friends in Midway and Lexington, returned home Monday. Miss Ruby Ringo, of Ashland, who has been the guest of Miss Cordelia Lindsey, left Tuesday for Louisville. Mrs. Delia Vest took passage Sunday on the-- Falls City for Owen county, to visit relatives and friends. a Miss Louise R. Holladay, of county, Virginia, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. J. LewiB, in Belle-poin. . Spott-sylvanit. Miss Lizzie, who will visit relatives in Philadelphia.. Mr. Wm. Dudley, who has been visiting hiB mother in this city for the past three weeks, left Monday to report for duty at Knoxville. Mrs. Sarah LeCompte and her daughter, Miss Maggie, will go to Lexington the first of next month to make, that city their future homo. Mr; Geo. W. Lewis, who has been spending the summer with his brother, Mr. W. A. "Lewis, left Monday morning for Louisville to attend school. Mrs. Patsey Ware and her daughter, Miss Lutie, returned home Monday from an extended visit to relatives in Woodford and Bourbon counties. Capt. W. F. Dandridgo went to Old Point Monday to meet his wife and together Lhey will proceed to New York, and then return home next week. Mr. Fred Bagby, formerly of the Geological Survey, but now traveling' salesman for a wholesale grocery firm of Chicago, was here Sunday and Monday. Miss Jennie Richardson, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. Frank B. Richardson, in this city, left Monday for her home at Pembroke, the most prominent and wealthy young men of Eastern Kentucky. Mi'b3 Ringo has a large circle of admiring friends here who wish her every joy chat attends the happiest and most prosperous marriage. Mr. Sayre Rodman, head book- keeper for Mason & King, contractors of the Norfolk & Western Railroad, is hero on a visit to his father, Dr. W. Mr. Rodman will go from here to Chicago where Mason & King have a big contract for building a canal near that city. The Russellville, Ky., papers announce tho death of Dr. Roland Hanna Keene, formerly a resident of Frankfort. Dr Keene died at the residence of his relative, Mr. 0. II. Ryan, in Russellville, last Wednesday years a week ago. He was sixty-fiv- e of age and unmarried. Mr. Henry D. Robbins, of Louisville, is in the city to represent the Louisville Commercial doing the session of the Legislature. He superseded Mr. J. W. Marksbury who will still correspond for the Louisville Pobc, Lexington Leader and Covington Commonwealth. Senator Henry George, of Graves county and Representative Mack Ferguson, of Ballard county, have rented Mr. James Heffner's house on Broadway, in which Mr. George P. Gillum, of the Insurance Bureau has been living, and they will bring their families here October 1st to live with them during the session of the Legislature. Mr. Gillum and his daughters, Mies Merrle and little Jane, have taken rooms at Prof. T. M. Turner's, on the South Side. This city will within the next few weeks send out a large delegation of the younger set of young ladies and gentlemen who aim to finish their B. Rodman. o:re2$ Christian county. , tives. of Washington City, is visiting her sister, Mra. J. J. Mrs. T. L. House, Quinn. Mr. JaB. M. Todd, jr., of Louisville, was here Sunday on a visit to his parents. Mr. Charles Ray returned Monday from a visit to his old home at Lebanon. . Hempstead, of Mias Sunbeam Spring Station, visited friends here this week. Little Miss Maggie Hallnan has been visiting friends in Lexington this week. Mrs. Kate Martin, of. LoulBvillo, is viBiting Misa'Scottio'Ohirm oh Wap-pin- g Mrs. I. N. Oardwell, of Winchester, and Mrs. Jas. W. Watson, of Lexington, came down Tuesday and spent the day with their sister, Mrs. Sam. B Holmes, in this city. Mr. and Mra. Jacob Swigert and Mrs. John T. Buckley and daughter, children have returned from a trip to Miss Clara, went to Nazareth TuesOld Point Comfort and Virginia day. Miss Clara will remain at .NazaBeach. reth Academy, and Mrs. Buckley rewent to turned home yesterday. Miss Adelma Crutcher Shelby vijle Wednosday to take up1 Mrs. Henry 0. Murray returned her school studies at Science Hill home Thursday from the Forks of Academy. Elkhoin where she and her daughter Messrs. John Bull and Clarence Julia have been boarding for the past Hawkins left Monday for Louisville month at Col. W. T. B. Soutjh's. to attend a course of lectures in L. A. Trumbo, wife and little son, Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Xivcr and Bcwels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c-anSI bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who-manot have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one to try it Do not accept any" substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. d y KNJOYS who-wishe- s SAN FRANCISCO, CAl, LQUISVIUC. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. V5r W BBAIN pharmacy. L it mt m HI ' Miss Ruby Vaughn, of Virginia, who has been visiting Mrs. G. T. Blackley on Ann street, returned v homo Monday. VX . Sam D. Johnsony who' Mr. has been sojourning in New York City street. for the past throe weeks, returned Mrs. A. P. Respess returned Thurs- homo Monday. days from a visit to her mother Dr. E. E. Hume and wife have loft . inMaysville. the Capital Hotel and gone to houseMisses Nellie and Jennie Riches keeping '.in1 tlieir flat above the State have retnrned'to their home in New National Bauk. .. , Albany, Ind. Mrs;' Harry Duncan,, of Ghent Mr. Joe. WiUiants, one of theeditors after a visit to Mrs. Dave Peters, of. the Blue GrasaXJUpper,' was, in the went to Louisvillo Wednesday to f city Monday. visit relatives. Miss Eva Macklin returned to Judge Caswell Bennett, wffe and to attend Science Hill Acaddaughter Virginia, returned from emy yesterday. their summer vacation at Crittenden Miss Jessie Richards, of Louisville, Springs Saturday. arrived Tuesday to visit Miss ReMIssos Laura and Maria Pepper becca Johnson. and Mr. Robt. P. Pepper, jr., returned Mr. Percy Headley, of Louisville, Monday night from 'a month's visit visited his parents In this city Sun- to the Eastern cities. day and Monday. Cadet Morton Proctor, of the Mr. Guy Briggs, after a visit to Mr. United States Naval Academy, is French Hogo, returned homo to Now here visiting hla parents, Mr. and Orleans this wook. Mra. John R. Proctor. Messrs. Harry O'Donnell and Jno. Rev. Mr. Fair, an eminent divine B. Weitzel went to Cincinnati Monof the Presbyterian Church, of Richday on a brief trip. mond, Virginia, is visiting Mr. Ohas. Misses Katie Green and Rose Crit- E. Hoge, near this city. tenden returned home from a visit to Mr. Will T. Crutcher loft Sunday Lexington Saturday. to attend .tho mailing Mr. Harry D. Robblns is now the afternoon Legislative correspondent of the clerk's convention at Washington. Louisville Commercial in this city, He was accompanied by his sister, . and-MrsShel-byville education at the noted Institutions of learning in the country. Among them are Miss Mayme Gaines, who will attend Mies Belle Peers' school in Louisville; Missed Louise and Lina MisB Jennie Jett, of Jett Station, and Pepper, Mips Nurse's, Cincinnati; Miss Eloise Trumbo, of near this Misses Adelma Crutcher, Eva Mackcity, leave this morning for an ex- lin and Talbert Dudley, Science Hill, tended trip through the mountains. Shelbyville; Misses Jane and Julia Mr. Henry Thomas, of Philadelphia, HaTdinJessamine Female 'Institute, Nichola8Villo;'Miss Ruth' Ely, Caldwho has been spending the summer well College, Danville; Miss Julia wlth,his aunt, Mrs. J. N, Crutcher, Hardy, Sacred Heart, Cincinnati; Bellppplnt, left Tuesday fgr LouisMisses Janie Dehoney and Clara ville, w,here hwill spend a, week or Buckley, Nazareth Academy, Bards, so before returning home. town; Miss Mary T. Morris, Hollins Miss Eva Hogo, Miss Louise Michel, Messrs. Institute, Hollins, Va.; ofjUabama, Miss Ruby Vaughn, of. Thomas and Garrard Rodman, Frank Virginia, and Messrs. Thomas P., Daly and Morton Swango, Perdu Averill, French Hoge and Harry Rod University, La Fayette, Ind.; Lindsey man- composed t a dox party &t th$ Bla'yney, James Swango, Martin HarSalvini performance Saturday night. din, Wallace McOloy and Albert Mrs. J. J. Petterson returned Sat- McOlure, Centre College, Danville; urday from Georgetown, where she John Scott and Frank Barrett, N. J.; Welsiger Lindsey went to attend, the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Calvert who died in that and Mason Barrett, Princeton College, city Friday and was buried Saturday Princeton, N. J.; John Bull and afternoon. She was accompanied by Clarence Hawkins, Pharmaceutical School, Louisville. her daughter Mrs E. L. Ban ta. Mr. Grant Green, Jr., has removed Dr. Hale's Household OintLaw-rencevill- Dr. E. 0. Wkst's Nerve and Brain Treatment, u guaranteed specific for Hjsterla, DizziNeuralgia, ness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the ute-o-f alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Bruin resulting In Insanity and leading to misery, deciy and death, Premature Old Age. Barreness Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermatorrhoea caused by overexertion of tho brain, Each box contains or one month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six b( xes for $5,00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX DOXES. To cure any cuse. With each orderrecelved by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will send the purchaser our writ ten guarantee to refund the money if the treatment does not effect n cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE LECOMPTE & OAYLE CO., and J. W. OAYLE, Frankfort, Ky. self-abus- e, e. $500 Hevard! We will pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They aren. tlurely Vegetable, and never fall to give satlsfac-PoSugar Coated. Large boxes, containing 80 pills, 25 cents . Beware of counterfeits and Imitations. The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN C. WE8T COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. Tor sale by all druggist. S--y, e, MANHOOD RESTORED. to cur Wonderful oldBinnUh with a lltmedy, li Written Guarantee Wakefulness, Loit Manhood, Nerroutness.Lu; Uude, all dralni and lota of power of the GeneratlTa Orcein in ilBAUATIUA.il lh his family from Louisville and. rented tho cottago on Third street, Qouth Side, belonging to Mrs Virginia Duvall. Mr. Green is engaged at tho penitentiary In manufacturing stock goods for all kinds of vehicles. SecRingo, daughter of retary of State, Mr. W. L. Ringo, who is now general manager of the Ashland Land und Improvement Company, will bo married October 4th, to Mr. Cook Means, of Ashland, one of nt ment Power, Headache, Memory, il mrroui such m Weak Low of Brcla Dm-cts- It is announced that Miss Ruby Is tho fineBt remedy In the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It oures Before ft. After Use. rbotocraphed from life. DCS. Neuralgia and Rheumatism. OuroB MaaaaaMiaMad tllDtr or buw "J tiie exctMiye. youthful Piles Ilkomagic. Oures Salt Rheum oie of tobacco, opium, or Indlecretlom,which ultimately itlmulanta, Insanity. in the most soothing manner. Oures lead to Infirmity, Cuniumptlon andveet poikft. Put Price to carry In the Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. ft a package, or 0 for $5. With every 5 orUer we give a Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo written guarantee to cure, or rotund the Circular Tlent by taken internally. A positive speclflo plain enrelope. mall to any address. Address, free Mention this paper, for Pneumonia. Guts, Bruises, Burns, MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch omce for U. S. A, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, US Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. Corns and Bunions aro cured quickly: FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KY DY different from all else: superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes. P H. CARPENTER, DruflfliSt Large size cheapest. Sold at CarpenOotxttai Icier. y ter's South Side drug Btore. August 5-l- 19-l- :. .juw 4PfW . N !& 'r5fei i.W- - "! :'&kmk !3Krf' ? " i ' 'Sm Fall Woolens, ,' i : , .... f JTV-1 I J U r,t i i ! . y s ." r i ii . v. re -v i- rr . 9 CmiiTTlt 9 S ' I 'It I C 9 fa Fall Hats, - Fall Neckwear! I--' it' ' T i 'ir-' 11 EL L.Vi .i IBM I L '.t f 1 "', i?, 3W OJ .'- - lv 55 f. .-- 3 ; mam r,k. a HUD SON. HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! Religious. Ve i would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churchesi n the city if1 they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made.1 Xwx JAPANESE A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree External, Internnl, Blind or Bleeding Itching. Chronic. Recent or hereditary. This Remedy has positively never beon known to fall. ' a mall prefor .Southern Presbyterian Ohurch $1.00 onbox, 6 boxes,price. $5.00?sem by Guarantee paid A written receipt or Bev. W. G. Neville will occupy his positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when tne $5.00 morning at 11 pa'dlrpurchased at one time, to retuiui by J. W. pulpit not cured. Guarantee Issued GAYLE. and LF.COMPTE& GAYLE CO., Drugo'clock and 7:30 pi m. gists and Sole Ageiits. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. lG-l- y. There will bo no service either morning or evening. First Presbyterian Ohurch 0fc Kentucky Bnfliy and Harness Works ts the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy Q JA SHCS1SS3 BUGGIES, HARNESS A3tfD PAEM .A.W IMPLEMENTS WHOLESALE. PRICES. first-class Baptist OnuRCH Rev. W. 0. the pastor,, will occupy ipulpit avt-7:3- Tay-lo- r, his morning at -- 11 and p. m., as. usual. fl Episcopal Oruroh Penick, 7:30;.---. morning pulpit .his .at 11 o'clock and in the evening at the rector, Bev. E. A. will occupy Henderson being absent at Confer-b- e "no service to- ence, there will .morrow. . Methodist Church Rev. H. G. A Sunday-soho- ol at'9:30 a. m. Bev. George OHRiTiAPf Ohurch Darsie preaches 7:30 as ueual. ' Services will be held in ' at Hand the Lecture Mon-day' Boom. , Christian Endeavor Society evening at 7:30. " 'IS will, be' conShepherd ducted by Bev. Father James Goroy, ' thepastor,.' ' High mass at 8 a. m.ylow mass at 10 a. rri., andvespers at 7:30 p. m. services Catholic Church Tho usual at the Ohurch of the Good ' V The protracted meeting which swaB commenced at tho Baptist Ohurch Jast week, iB still in progress and is T)oing attended by largo congregation each evening. There have been nine .additions to the Ohurch so far, and the interest is increasing. Bev. 8. F. Taylor, of Sedalia, Missouri, who has been visiting Bow W. O. Taylor, loft .yesterday for homo, and the meeting will bo continued by the pastor. Services will bo held every evening next week at 7:30 o'clock, and all are invited to attend. mm " - Oapt. W. A. Abbott, who hns long been with Messrs. Perclval & Hatton, Heal Estato and Insurance Brokers, Des Moines, Iowa, and is one of tho best known and most respeoted busi ' iioss mon in that city, says: "I can testify to the good qualities of Chamberlain's Obugh remedy. Having used it in my family for the past eight .years I can safely say it has no equal for either colds or croup." 25 and 50 cent bottles for snlo by J. W. Gayle, Mr. A. W. Overton, of this city, died at Raleigh Springs, Va., last Saturday. Ho was well kriown in this city and You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 , less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. s but he is probably the most popular American poet of the day. Though " : these are not his best poems, he is ' SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. perhaps best remembered as the author of "Maud Muller," "Skipper and "Barbara Salesroom, opposite court-housIreson's Bide" Factory, South warehouse. y poems Frietchie." His contributed greatly to tho sentiment ir which eventually forced the issues of xa:--rB-cra-a-E the civil war and accomplished the March f emancipation of the slaves, and today, while ripe in years and rich in Republicans, Take Notice. "WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE fame and the love of the people, he Cheap rates for those wishing to go has passed peacefully away in the assurance that tho "Reward" he to Buffalo, N. Y., to the National League Convention, coveted in the following lines was Republican on September 15. which meets long ago secured by him: Louisville, Ky., Sept. 8th, 18,92. To Geo. W. jRcocfc, Chainrian Garfield "Yet who thus looking backward o'er Club, Frankfort, Ky.: hiB years, Dear Sir We have been very forhis eylids wet with grateful Feels not tunate as to getting rates for those tears, "Ybur desiring to go to the Republioan If he hath beon Houss-Olsaiii- n Permitted, weak and sinful as ho was, National Conventionon which moots tho 15th inst. To cheer and aid, in some ennobling at Buffalo, N. Y., July2-ly- . The exceedingly low rate of 3.50 has cause, been secured for the round trip from His fellow men?" Louisville. Tickets good leaving Louisville on the 13th to return 20th. Died. The greater number of delegates and others leaving Louisville will Mr. W. P. Levis, brother-in-laof start qn morning of the 13th. A corMr. M. P. Gray, who was paralyzed respondingly low rate will also bo last week, died in Dayton, O., on made from Cincinnati. semi-annu- al The thirty-thir- d Yours truly, session of Saturday. The remains arrived in F. J. McCann, Sec'y. Dudley will begin this city last Monday night and tho funeral tooloplaco Tuesday morning A Horrible Railroad Accfrom the residence of Mr. Gray. ident Miss Madisonia Todd died Tuesday apply to afternoon at the residence of her Is daily chronic in our papers; also the death of some dear friend, who Todd, on brother, Mr. James'-M- . T- - IMC, handled with Consumption, whereas, Wapping street.' The. deceased was if no' or she had taken Otto's'Cure year ot nor ago for Throat and Lung disease in time, m tne eignty-nrs- t Aug. and an invalid for a good part of her hie would have beeu rendered happier and perhaps saved. Heed tho life. Her death was not unexpected warning! If you have a cough or and was a release from suffering. Tho any affection of tho Throat or Lungs FranKTon funeral took place Wednesday after- call at Chapman & Williams' and get a trial bottle free. Large size 60c. noon. 15 Mr. Waller Overton, of Newport, a brother of Mrs. Grant Green, sr., and Bucklen's Arnica Salve. opened Sale Booms on e. anti-slaver- '. totjs iit'I'iexd. -- ! 20-t- SAPOLIO IText Ars Quickly Married. Try. It la m w Dudley Institute. Institute the For terms 13-t- SEPTEMBER 12th, 1892. TTJSITEP, ZPrincipa,!- Furniture DlanMiii 60. Have The best salve i n the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, 5-- iy Ann Street, near Christian Church. GOODS had many friends who will regret to loam of his death. Tho deceased was born in Fayette county, November 17, 1838, and served throughout the druggist. . Tlic; Dead Poet. Mass., Dec. 17, 1807, died at Hampton Falls, Now Hamshiro, on "Wednesday. In his earlier years Whittior wrote verse and made sho.os tho same timo, and it was upon tho juggostion and encouragement of rjlliam Lloyd Garrison, tho oditor ' tho Free Press of Nowburyport, fiat ho was persuaded to seek higher llucational advantages than tho istriot school afforded him. Ho amy not bo regarded as a groat poet John Groonleaf Whittior, uakorpoet, who was born at Havor-hil-l, Burvive. war in the Second Kentucky Confederate Cavalry as Adjutant. Ho wont to Newport in 1808, and engaged in the banking business, being cashier of tho 52 JMowporc JNational isanic wnon he died Tho wife' of tho deceased, who was Miss Alico Winston Pendleton, of Louisa county, Va., died in 1877, leavthe ing a son and two daughters who yot L Hi ID BET PAIGES. P. H. Carpenter. Shortsightedness. FBPFODTPISLEflCHY Colleges and "Universities. To waste your money on vile, dirty, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. watery mixtures, compounded by inexperienced persons, when you have npiIIS SCHOOL FURNISHES THE ELEMENTS OF AN the opportunity of testing Otto's Sick people should not bo deceived Cure froe of ohargo. Why will you 1 education for boys and young men who desire to enter by pretenders who talk about continue to irritate your throat and 'germs," 'bacoilli," &c, to lungs with that terrible hacking soil their preparations, thus prevent- cough when Chapman & Williams ing people from buying tho original will furniHh you a rreo sample bottle tested modioino. "Rauam's Microbe of this groat guaranteed remedy? The Fourth Annual Session begins next SEPTEMBER, the 15th Killer" is what you need. It is now, Hold a bottlo of Otto's Ouro to the 1892. For Catalogues, address and for years has boon, making light and observe its beautiful golden moro ouros than all other remedies color and thick heavy Byrup. Lar- packages and purest goods, combined. Read thoir advertisement 45 in this papor. Don't be deceived. arge bottlo '50o. Frankfort, Kontuoky.f V Tlic Old Original Remedy Lends. "Mi-orobl- ," m - Andrew Fuller Cas. mr 't,r W'M 'f-- ' & tf&LMFOM u ROUNDABOUT. If Messrs. Sells Brothers' Mammoth Circus UMnd at Um postoOct at Frackfort, JCeatuekj. as Meeod-claaullabte matter. merely regarded as a stupendous advertisement for America, frofVi which enterprising land they hail, or whe.ther it is regarded as a startling revelation in this class of entertainment, in either c;se it must be pronounced a brilliant succcs. Melbourne (Australia) Daily Age. is m B0. A. LEWIS.. Editor b Prtllsker. 1892. Returning From Its TREMENDOUS, TRIUMPHANT, FOREIGN TOUR of Over 20,003 Miles, FRANKFORT, SEPT. 10, To Exhibit all its Wealth of Crowning Wonders at Wills Probated. Four wills wore probated before County Judge Williams Monday: Mr. John Angravo in about five lines bequeathed his farm and all his property to his wife. ' Miss Jane S. Watson gave her two nieces, Sadie 0. Taylor and Adeline O.Taylor, an equal share of her ten shares of stock in the Bank of Kentucky and also her jewelry and other personal effects. Mr. Wm. J. Chinn's will was written January 1, 1885. The use of all his property is given to hig wife, Mre. Xllen H. Ohinu, who is made executrix with power to Bell or convey any of the property. Such property as may remain after her death is to be divided equally among the testator's children. , Mr. Edward K. Ohoate's will, dated March 15, 1892, devises to his wife, Mrs. Carrie O. Choate, xill of the personal estate, including the undivided .one-ha- lf interest in the personal property of the firm Choate & Grainterest in the unham. One-thirf of the mill property divided and a frame cottage on Wilkinson street near the river is also bequeath ed to the wife. In trust for the daughter, Mrs. Lillie B. Wheat. Mrs. d interest Choate will hold a interest in of her husband's one-hathe aforementioned real estate of the firm of Choate & Graham and also interest in trust the other for the son, William R. Choate. Tho son and daughter are to receive the earnings of the mill property and a policy in the New York Mutual Life Insurance Company is mentioned in the will as belongingjto the wife, who is required to set a portion of it aside for the son and daughter in trust for d one-halone-thirlf one-thir- d FRANKFORT, ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12th. IV Enormous United Shows, THE BIG ONE OF THE WORLD, Only Representative Australian Exhibit, Regal Roman Hippodrome, Monster Menagerie, Only Giant Hippopotami, Biggest Circuses or Earth, Only Tribe of Wild Bedouin Warrior Athletes, Only Antipodean Aviary, Only Darkest Africa Aquarium, The Olympian Stage of Old, Only Royal Japanese Troupe, Mid-Ai- r Gymnasium, Children's Fairyland Frolics, Grotesque Carnival, Arabian Nights' Romances, Spectacular Pilgrimage to Mecca. An Extiibition manifestly worthy its American reputation and the extensive promises with which it came upon Antra ia Sidney Daily Telegraph. t !.' e ' 4 S7 ' MOKE FOR THE MONEYMEEVER HEARD OF Presented in More than the Magnitude and Elegance which Astounded the Antipodes. m.- - 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 f Xt;J 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 A splendid It is easily seen that Sells' Circus deserves its OFj?uE!Et Fleck of Full-Grow- n and Baby Emus. It certainly s I P.. their benefit. TXie State Treasury. Si" The financial outlook for Kentucky's State Treasury is not very encouraging in any way the situation may be viewed. Let the responsibility of the failure to pass the Revenue Law rest where it may, whether upon the Legislature in its misconception of the requirements of the Constitution on the vote at the final passage or upon Governor Brown, whose veto it was claimed, with the weight of authority against it,was in the interest of corporations, the fact still remains that the State has exhausted her power to borrow, Bhe cannot collect revenue fast enough to ay her current expenses, and, as Auditor Norman estimates it, will expend all the revenue this year by next January, when another suspension of payment to last until next October, and an increase of the tax rate for next year to meet the deficit of not less than ten cents on the hundred dollars valuation will be necessary. col-lecteti and is fully worthy of the biggest patronage the public can bestow. dwarfs everything we have ever had in Australia. Melbourne Daily Herald. It has made thegreatest journey of its kind. PpRF. Woot) WAttP'S The most successful one of any age. OKEAT JROUHE V tylost daring feat of private enterprise: Outsplendoring all past efforts and results. A giant's pilgrimage by land and sea. At most enormous Hazard and Expense. A popular invasion paved in Gold. empires in amusement's bonds. Linking two Whole railroad trains of vast and novel shows. Great steamship loads of strangely curious things. Morality, mirth, merit's tidal wave. An artist army in stupendous tents. Teeming with features from the Antipodes. The classic racing circuit of the world. Its bravest bareback kings and charioteers The male and female champions of the turf. Arenic host in eighty brilliant acts. The savage monarchs of most distant wilds. The huge behemoths told about in Job. Only school of Trained fllonstet Sea Lrions and Seals. reputation, Wv kAWWA i All-Amazi- Lost a Good Mail. Capt. R. S. Burnett, who has for th past five or six years been tho United States Assistant Engineer in immediate oharge of the Kentucky river improvements, has resigned his position to go into another business in the South, and the service loses one of the best men ever upon the river. Active and energetic, he has pushed the work of improvement on the river as no one else has done, and made for himself a record he may well be proud of. Having accomplished the work of building a new lock and dam entire in one. season at No. 0, ho can point to it with pride as a monument to his skill and energy as an engineer. Capt. Burnett is a young man yet, full of "git up and git," and will make a name for himself in whatever enterprise ho may embark. He has been succeeded .by Mr. I. V. Hoag, jr., of Newport, who has had twenty years experience as an engineer upon the rivers of this and other 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 Sons in Superhuman Feats. The Roral Gymnast Marvels of Japan. Bright, Golden Visions Fresh From Fairy Realms. An Playground for the Little Folks. A Startling Tournament of Lofty Leaps. 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-Lan-d -i- ng i i. T i r- - ""'' "" mmm "" J7 VtJK ft I mTVjeyt. K'si.-:i..E- ff. Seti3.Mrfci , rgr m Miswws uK Pimm WMmmwmfm ISgg!agBag at aim 8 p. m. Two Pcrlormanccs Daily, 2 States. No equal to it can be organized. ino omer Dear its tubulous 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 nothinir lacking to the-ev. o . T. " programme is prodigious beyond words. its Moral as mighty, and as pure as great. It is a magnet to the wise and good. Its word and credit never forfeited. Its advertisements to the letter filled. Its many races beyond rivalry, everywhere exhibits everything. vV And even adds to its tremendous stores. Bigger and better than it ever was. Acknowledged foremost in both hemispheres. Two empires laud its earned supremacy. Showing so much its price is nominal. The cream of the circus talent of the world. Svdnev D.iilv Star. .... - e. i.- -, ,ill ' BB Old School Baptists. Tho Old School or Particular Bap- At Every Place of Exhibition, Free to all, an Inaugural Morning tist Asssociation mot yesterday with Little Flock Church near Alton, Anderson county, and will remain in session The and attendance is large, delegates being present from all over the State. to-day RESPLENDENT HOLIDAY STREET PAGEANT m Revealing a golden avalanch of wild beast wonders and spectacular splendor. None should fail to sec. MF ) Mr a Doors Open One Hour Prcvioi1 m Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. i' ; mmm'ism T ROHKIS IBTvmnp: oaJLl. $i$W JStnttonJ ; .JV"; 4p Jp DA.DQXJ'A.lTTr;RS i., 5 Ststixi 3 OZET Sur-rie- FOR EVERY --- fcsro uj,3rs- I3.T THITSTG- '""'"' - . 1. ,, ON- - WHEELS ' .i , .. 4B ,i JrJOE ' h .H " 3ni MHIMaHHMflBHnaMMMI BE3K'r -- -- ZDESC-EZ-ETZO-n- TMhL EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR i- - Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. WE GUARANTEE Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the J r im JJk OS Fine 'Buggies, Phaetons, and Light Carriages. St;, N. Y., Cabriolets, Vic- s ' n& (f f f The H. H. Babcock Co., Broom torias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. tfKANKFOKT KOUiNOABUU'l FRANKFORT. SEPT. 10, 1892. XA BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. Base Ball. 8; S 3i Frankfort Pleabureville 6. p Dr. Hale's Household Tea Is the great blood purifier and .nerve tonic. It actB upon nil the of the system, enabling the liver' and kidneys to perform their proper functions, giving tone and strength to the nervouB system, Two cer.ta"i cure for dyspepsia. months' treatment for 50c. Get a free sample at Carpenter's South Side 1 drug store. Real Estate Transfers. Br." i. John W. Gaines has sold his dence in Bellepoint. to Mrs. Wm. McOloy for $3,000. Mr. Gaines will remove his family to the Capital Hotel. The Wayts proporty, consisting of three houses on Gross nnd Conway streets on the north east corner, was sold at public outcry Monday by Commissioner Wm. Cromwell. Mr. i,W. 0. Herndon bought them for resi- On Wednesday, with a patched-uteam, the Frankforts beat the by a score of 8 to 6. Tom Stagg being unavoidably late in reaching the grounds, Dr. W. H. Dade, the of the club, donned a suit and pitched the first inning and part of tho second. Although two scores were made in the second while he was in the box, he was very effective, not a hit being made off him, tho runB resulting But five hits, two of from errors. them scratches, were made off Stagg, and none of them were for more than one base. For tho first time in four Pleas-urevilloB vice-president games, however, Tom was in a generous mood, and broke his clean record by giving Jackson his base on balls in the eighth. Lawrence also pitched a good game. Both A. Bucker and Ganey Newman made phenomenal catches in center. score follows: DreyfooB played a most excellent ab a 1b sn ro a k Frinkfout game at second, accepting eight Newman ct 1 1 4 0 2 0 n $3,700. -3 0 0 AND DEALER LN- l 1 3 1 Bairett, Commissioner Cromwell also sold chances, some of them very difficult, Guins.e. 3h 3 0 0 06 0 0 without an error, and the general Stag, p 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 the farm of the late J. W. Wiley, Wintersmith, s. S....4 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 o 4 lying on Elkhornand containing 37 field work of bpth teams was good. Hewitt. K. 4 4 2 0 Although the visitors had the fewest Phillips. 2b acres, for $25.35 per acre. U 0 12 . 3 0 0 0 VanDerveer, STRICT ATTENTION QIYHN TO 1 errors they were the most coBtly,.as Hale. rf. lb 3 0 0 1 0 J), PIPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. Commissioner W. H. Posey sold at JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WOBK 2 1 27 12 6 31 6 Totals GUARANTEED. public sale Monday to B. W. Ayers, the home boy's hits came in close FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Opposite State House, property of 247 acres at the contact witii them. Frank Barrett's PLEASDRKVILLH. the farm 4B B 111 811 fO t E 3b county line, known as the hitting and base running was a feat- Rucker, K.2b . . . . 4 o 0 0 1 3 1 Franklin 4 Dreyfoos, 4 Meredith, c old Walter Ayers larm. Tne price ure. 111 1 11 1 0 1 4 The score: Black, lb bid for it was $75 per acre. Business College 1 4 2 0 0 1 1 Kesler. If 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 Secrest, rf a. b Rucker. A..ct ah n Id an ro Fbanktokt. Dr. E. E. Hume has bought for Newman, 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 --g, . B 4 cl w I Ia-- 1 M H W 4 103 0 21 12 0i .lacoby, ss p WHITS FOR OATALOQUB AMD FULL INFORMATION. .r--i- v Liiwrenc- -, $5,000 the residence of Dr. W. II. Hall Barrett. 3b 1 5 0 1 4 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 0C 3 (Joins, c o on the South Side. (I U 1 . 0 0 0 0 Pnde, Frank Barrett and the other by Sherley Wintersmith,were of a doubtful character, and cost nothing, the man who got his base in each instance being forced at second. The visitors were somewhat handicapped by the absence of their catcher Jack-eo- Have Meredith was a trifle unsteady in the first part of the game, but soon Twr A,,.T"Nr settled down and caught fairly well. The home club scored in the first inning, and held the lead to the finish, -but at no time were they too far ahead to rob the game of its interest. Frank th-Barrett again distinguished himself by his fine base running, while HewSTThcy will fill tbis space with aa cnikeijr-- i itt and Wintersmith made fine short time. although Sherley was caught trying to make third on'his. Phillips and Hale both got in timely singles For the visitors in the second. Black's batting and base running were noteworthy, and with singles by Kesler and A. Secrest, Meredith, Bucker, aided by a wild pitch, were responsible for their three runs. The n. JACOB SWIGERT& CO., x Oi -- m aH Removed From the Bateril Building oust sa2RcErva?o 1 H101 AND 102 0.mnt MN SEMT i Cftp&Hsi&- - two-bagge- rs, li' EDWARD CLAASSEN, PEiLCTIC-AJ- : Plumber, GasSteam Fitter .? SM 8-- 10 ... 110 061 Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets, ! , 010010 0902 12 U- BRYANT & STRATTON ,: I 1) Tlie True Laxative Princi- SU&i, p ple ! ,. v Of the plants used in manufacturing the pleasant remedy, Syrup of Figs, has a permanently beneficial effect on the human system, while the cheap vegetable extracts and mineral solutions, usually sold as medicines, t are permanently injurious. Being you will use the true remedy only. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. well-informe- Vnntterveer, Hunt, ir Haiti, rf Wintersmith, ss Phillips, 2b ........ lb .... 00080 0 0 0 0 9r. it 4 2 2 0 0 1 1 a 4 3 4 U 100 0 I 0 0 0 1 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 2 3 4. 2 0 0 0 16 U 1 1 1 0 0 7 K 1 Totals Innings Pleasurevllle Frankfort ...0001020003 10 1 1 36 2 3 1 24 3 8 4 6 6 7 8 4 T 5 3 Totals Rucker.E. Jackson, Secrcst. PLEASURKVIL-- E. M WJ8127 Alt X 111 3 6 4 3 3 4 4 0 1 0 1 8U li Ifl 1 0 3 2 0 1 Earned runs 2 each. Two base hits Hewitt. Wintersmith. Stolen iMses Barrett, 3; Golns, Wintersmith, Phillips. Meredith. B ack, 2: Kesler. A Rucker. Double play -- Wintersmith to Phillips to Struckotit-byStar- .5; CUBES TABLER'SDII C ALL n ;r BUCKEYELlLC pr Dreyfoos, 2b Meledlth, ss Block, b 0 0 0 0 1 6 2 Kesler.lt Ruclwr. A.cf Lawrence, p Total! Innings Fr.uikfort Pleasurevllle. if c 110811 4100000 00100 0 1 2 0 12 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 Base on balls pltcnes-Sta- inc Off Lawrence. 2. 0 Wild Hit by pltcher-- by Lawrence, Stagg. Passed bolls Meredith, 3. 3. Lawrence. 9. DISEASES Consumption QIHTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. 1 0 Time of game son. 1:35. Umplre-ltlchard- 4 2 0 1 SG "c 6 0 27 10 1 Court Day. Cured. The Public Schools. The city public schools, under the auperintendency of Prof. McHenry Bhoads, began their session for th year last Monday. The enrollment of pupils ehowB. a larger attendance at the opening of the schools than at any previous year. It waB as follows: WHITE SCHOOL. .... .. Kerned Runs Frankfort 2. Thiee Base nit Dnrrctt 2, (Joins l.Stairtrl.Vnn-Dervee- r fetolen Ruses-Bar- rett 1, Hale lj K. Hucker 1, Black 2, Lawrence 1. Double Plays Newman to Phillips. Lawrence 2; Dade lj Stagg Bakes on Balls-- Off 1. 12 3456789-- T 002 2 000408 021010011-- 6 Hit by Pitched Struck Out By Lawrence 1; DaUel; Stagg Passed Balls Jackson 1; Coins 4. null-Phillips. 4. High School Grades West End Total White COLORED SCHOOL. '. 80 572 44 606 300 1,030 Wild Pltch-Sta- gg. Time of (Jamo i hours. Umpire Richardson . One of tho largest crowds ever eon here on court day was in town Monday. A large number of mule colts were on the market but sales were light. Tho offerings of stock Several Diseases Cured. were also slim and prices were low. "I cheerfully testltx to the curative powers of Diamond Bently, auctioneer, your medicine. Having been a sulferer from tho following sales: 4 mules weak lungs, bronchial nfTectlou and Indigestion, utter taking Microbe Killer all of the itbove from $15 to $65, 8 horses from $15 to symtoms have entirely disappeared. " ours. etc.. $105, 4 milch cows from $16 to $25 and THOS. L. DAVIS, 60 head of sheep at $2.00 per head. Howard Memorial Library, re-por- ts "I believe It to be one ot the best medicines sold. The plijstclans, two yearn ago. Mildmr wlte hud consumption, both lungi affect d. I have had to send her outh for several cprlnKS to keep lii-- r alive, but since she has been taking R.tdam'8 Microbe Killer she has been right at home attending to her business, ana Is In better health tbnn she hiia been In 20 jearx. "R. T. POOLE. Cedartown. Ga." and CERTAIN CURE known for IB yaarsas tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. rr 9SOS.TATL0BMID. CO., BT.LOCM. A SURE r4V7KKm taa, T, if H. G. MAT TEH--- :r:;- FRANKFORT 5, PLEABUREVILLE 2. Grades , Total White and Colored Prof. Bhoads is as zealous and watchful of the school attendance as he ia thorough and otlioient in die- cipline and educational work,and the splendid results of his last year's labors furnishes abundant and Bafe testimony for the prediction that the success of tho public sohoola this year will bo a noteworthy event in tho history of Frankfort and afford tho citizens just cause for congratulation that tho School Board wisely i retained his"8orvices. Hh ?on SaleA . good milch cow. U.' U'JNEILL, Opposite Normal School. Thursday's game was announced to be tho last of tho season, and the baeo-bayear of 1892 went down into history in a blaze of glory. Tho best amateur club Frankfort, if not the State, over had, even though weakened by tho loss of four of its finest players Merchant andvDavis, who were releasod, as related in our last, Henry Lindsey, who still suffers from a broken arm, and Woisigor Lindsey, who was not well enough to ptay, was dotorminod to close tho season with a victory, and it did. A glance at tho error column shows where tho game was won. No chanco was too dilllcult to mako a try for, and tho boys surprised thorasolvos by tho number they accopted. Goins caught beautifully, not being charged with a passed ball. Tho two errors, one by ll Lucas Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of tho firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and State aforesaid, and chat said firm will pay tho sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Oiieney. Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my preBonco, this 6th day of Do-comb- State of Ohk, City of Toledo, County, "Janitor "New Orleans, La." fiB Asthma nnd Catarrh Cured. "I have been n sulferer troni asthma and caturrh, for more than two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting up In bed orreclli ing In a chair. I ha cused one Jug of lt'tdum's Microbe Killer, nnd the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and bweetly as a I attribute my lelleftothe remedy, and child. heaitlly recommend It to any one suffering from asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. PliffllM, 334 MAIN STREET, TJ fr FKANKFORT, KY. H08TI5QC1STITT. BISTWQCUITT. "Respectfully, "KDWLS It. MOORE, "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvllle. (ia." Feternud Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after tiklnc Microbe Killer for tllteend.ijs I am entirely cured, after being r.lok tsvo jeais with mal.nlil f,vr, and during which time I conttacted other disease?, Mux. etc. I was ntended during this time bj three or the best doctors ot the city without neing bene-lltte"WM.DOHKRTY. "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." c -- , J SEAL A. D. 1886. a. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly upon the, blood and mucous surface of tho system. Send for testimonials, freo. Mr. Itnriiim's Microbe Killer Cures till Diseases by Koiikm lug tho Cause. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. fiSTSold by all druggists, 75 ceuts. circular and the Send 3 cents stamp for d, WHITE'S CREAM YEARS 11 If you fee?-- weal-ari-d all wprn out "Uke BROWN'S IRON BITIFR3 Mlcrobo War, shows what disease Is und.whutthe lemedymust be, and do, to cure It. Head It, circulate It and you will the discoverer for sulug jour life. Address RADAM'S MICR0I1E KILLER. Nashville. Tenn. GAYLE CO. J. W. GAYLE or LkCOMPTE sole agents for Franklin com ty. Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. IfME FOR 20 1 jl ''ftfor jun, fnpmj hj BICmMSOa.TATtOBIIKP. SOIiD EVERYWHERE. CO,, BT.MUIE. it-i- f ts 6 ' :h WdflW A . 'm.tWv..'i FRUIT SVJ CANS, H FRUIT JARS P J EL L Y - Prcelaian Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Gream Freezers rt ea V At reduced prices. One quart bucket Two quart bucket Three quart bucket Four quart bucket Six quart bucket Eight quart bucket Examine prices on Tinware, 1 .,.'.'...' ' . . . . 5 5 cents. 1 10 IQ 15 t ( Ten quart bucket One quart coffee-po- t Two quart coffee-po- t i s. .f f Three quart rour quart coffee-po- t . . . conee-po- t ..'.? .ij;,.. ,..."'... . .- .'.('.'. i'-.'- l. . .......ii '!''. -. ' 25 s 10 icm . . . . .' 20 t '.' '5: " I. ' '.. IOn.OESIliA.I3Xr IDEiLESSESIXIKrCSr Four qt., 30c; 6 qt., KLESaJT-XjEIJS- , 1.25. :. T '- ' -' ' if 'A .', 40c; 8 qt., 50 c; 10 qt., 55 c; 12 qt., 60c; qt., 75c; 18 qt., 85c; 20 qt., $1.00; 24 qt., Work solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. 14 qt., 65c; 16 Roofing, Guttering and Job .v&w 7l J iJrrLJLNI CITY COUNCIL X. JEZ5 t J mJC.Xmj Capital City Business assw.A.B.iL.issajE.D Southeast, corner Main u it'' lesi.i' and St. Clair -A Bilwri ati A' w far r . I p decent people to get to the depot THE STATE TREASURY without passing through a crowd of DEFICIT. Called to Consider Ken- drunken, low and vile men and wotucky Midland Matters. men, we can not expect our friends Condition of tlie Sluicing, Scliool and General and neighbors who come to visit us Expenditure At a called meeting of the city to accord us the tribute of their reFund. afterno.on, Mayor spect and good will, not to say any council yesterday a messagw to that thing of their praise which we would' Tobin addressed The Auditor- and Treasurer have body relnting to the city's subscrip- like to feel worthy of calling forth. compared their books and adjusted tion of 100,000 in the Kentucky Midthe accounts between their offices land Railroad, and the right of the A Cure for Paralysis. for the month of August. Tho followcity under the terms of the subscriping is the condition of the State tion to bo represented in the Board Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. Treasury on September 1st, viz: of Directors of the railroad compa Ter., says: "I induced Mr. Pinson, SINKING FOND. ny. The mayor calls'the attention of whose wife had paralysis in the face, Balance, July 31 $152,07J 72 to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's 3en. D. W. Lind3oy, 19,711 69 Pain Balm. To their great surprise Receipts, August $lil, ico 31 of the road, to that fact, and asks if before the bottle had all been used SCHOOL KBND. she was a great deal better. Her face Balance, July 31 the city, through the mayor, as 521,602 83 the member of the directory, has had been drawn to one side; butsore-net- s Receipts, August 57,112 32 pain and been represented in the board, and Pain Balm relieved all assumed its $579,8t3 15 and the mouth the reply of Gen. Lindsey, naming natural shape." It is also a certain Expenditures, August. . . . 1,351 21 578,150 94 the directors without including the cure for rheumatism, lame back, $;V&6 J5 ' oily of Frankfort, moves Mayor To- sprains, swellings and lameness. 50 ' W. Qayle, OENKRAL EXI'ENDITSUE FUND. $147,239 91 to insist that as the cent bottles for ap.& by J. 31 Deficit, July bin thereupoii 52 druggist. 146,939 67 Receipts, August city is one of the largest stockholders $300 24 in the road, and the contract on this To be Decided, To-daExpenditures, August. . . . 223.770 33 point of representation explicit, the council should demand a representaThe Frankfort BaBe Ball Club and Total deficit in this fund, $229.070 67 229,070 57 tion in the directory. The mayor the Pleasureville Club have placed Sept. 1st 3521.166 70 also calls attention to the fact that four games this season, each winning Balance In rrensurySept.l while the city has paid out $27,000 in two. go the home boys will terest on her bonds, issued in aid of to Pleasureville to play the deciding It will be seen from this that on the road, the company has paid but one. Although tho Pleasureville September 1st the total amount in .one installment of interest on the grounds are very much in favor of the Treasury was not enough to company bonds turned over to the the club which is most faniiliar with equal the amount credited to the .city as security for the city bonds, them, still, as three games of the four School Fund by more than 57,000, but :and that now the' company owes to were played here, there is no reason since September 1st the sheriffs have a report of their collections the city the sum of 23,000 interest on to kick at tho deciding one being made revenue for 1892, which already of the vaaid bonds. In conclusion,. the mayor played at Pleasureville, and we hope 400,000 and .referring to the proceedings against the boys will succeed in killing or aggergates . more than instituted in banishing the hoodoo who accompa- which when apportioned to the delinquent will leave enough in the Circuit Court, in which judg- nied them on their last trip, and then several funds to provide for the the Treasury ments were obtained and tbe prop- go in to win the game. school draft when it falls due tho first to satisfy erty of several citizens sold tWcity'fl claim, says: "You said this King's Royal Germeteur. of next month. was right, so did I. But is it fair an d For many years Mr. B. F. Thompthe medicine of the son, of Des Moines, Iowa, was severejust to these people and to the other of Frankfort- that we century, Its phenominal success as ly aillicted with chronic diarrhoea. was very people He Bays: "At and favorite should suffer a corporation, to which a seller acknowledged with tho of the severe; so much times it I feared it so that wonder is the we have given $100,000, to become in- medicine world. Based upon the would end my life. About seven debted to the city in such a largo sum Germ theory of Diseases,-i- t is unique, years ago I chanced to procure a botcomCholera and make no effort to collect it, and modern, and at once popular,house- tle of Chamberlain's Colic,gave mo necessary It yet oppress the poor and small prop- mending itself asItaadvertises best by and Diarrhoea Remedy. believe cured prompt relief, and I hold remedy. erty holder and turn him from his its use. Specific for all Catarrhal me permanently, as I now eat or homo to obtain tho pittance that he diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood drink without harm anything I please. Purifier. It is without doubt the I have also usod it in my.family with owes us?" most reliable germ destroyer in the best results." For sale by J. W. 52 and to the extent that the Gayle, druggist. Miles' Nerve and Liver theory is correct, King's Royal Pills. ermetour is the remedy. It i3 no Fresh Norfolk oysters, tho first of accident but is the result of fifteen the season, at J. Heeney's, tho South Act on a new principle regulating years study of medical genius. For Side grocer. 19 the liver, stomach and bowels though sale by Chapman & Williams. m th6 rierves. A new discovery. Dr. Tlie City Cloelc. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Won But Didn't Get It. bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipaTho city clock latoly, like a good tion. Splendid for men, women and many men who require looking after, Smallest, mildest, surest. children. Messrs. Mangan & Darnell's pacer, 60 doBes for 25 cents, Samples freo at Andy Wilkes, started in the 2:23 is on a regular jamboree. If the y J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. pacing race at tho Paris Fair on Keeloy or Frankfort Institute cure Thursday, and won tho second, third canuot sober it up soon tho citizens The Depot Nuisance and sixth heats. Tho fourth heat was will find themselves in the situation although of Mark Twain with his watch, which The nuisance growing out of the decided dead by the judges, needed regulating it will run away congregation of colored people at the persons who saw the race declare he was into November before the Soptomber and saloon and lunch houses in the old Andy won it by a neck, set back in the sixth heat, tho race frost appears and will hurry up rent, market-hous- e near the Louisville and notes in bank and other bills so NaBhville depot is intolerable, and being given to Rattler. Mr. Frank rapidly that general bankruptcy will oughtto be abated by tho city authori- Johnson, who drove Andy, was fined foilow; or else it will slow up so much ties. There is no intention in this to ten dollars by tho judges for talking to cause trains to bo missed, dinreflect upon the colored people as a too loud to his horse while pacing a as of to be oaten ner class, but it is a notorious fact, recog- heat, and Mr. Jas. S. Darnell, in proand three days grace on bank notes nizable by every one, that this only testing against the injustice done his to be strung out to six and go to pass way to tho depot has become a horBe by the judges, used language credit of everyjesorb for tho most vulgar, profane which caused those gontlemen to protest, and ruin tho as financially. body morally as well und vicious portion of the colored fine him fifty dollars. If no better remedy can bo applied element, and no lady, in going to or Mr. Regulator, at least, Teturning from the depot, is secure Tho stockholders of tho Com- to thosoclock, like Mark's watch, after Building Trust are requested fix it that from language or conduct that does mercial days throe and one-haJ. W. Gaines & Sons' coal not bring tho blush of shame or in- to meet at night of 14th inst. from 7 it has run run throe and ono-haofflco tho will dignation to her cheeks. Revoko the to 7:30 o'clock. Others who want to ahead, it days behind and thus contrive to license for the saloon and clean out take shares are invited. To organize. average up well enough to enable the T. C. NlsWBOLD, of all the filth .the old market-housAgent. church congregations on Sunday to that now obstructs tho pass way to bo in their pews before the contribu-tutio- n ,.iho depot. If wo do not take pride plate is passed around. A Castoria. .enough in our city to give room for Children Cry for Pitcher's i Vice-President ex-offic- io College. . t.'jjll -- tt k streets, Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. " Business writing, Book-keepin- g, Shorthand, Typewriting, Grammar, ' Arithmetic, Business Correspondence, Commercial'Law, Spelling, etc. Nlgbt school from Sepiember to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced student finished. Dlploinusawnrded. Cptnlogue In press. ApplUatlon made for Incorporation. We have the beet home school of business In the State of Kentucky. y. is a necessity good city and the city council should immedi-diatel- y DISTILLERY, take steps looking to the pur- A SMALL In operation, for sale cheap. Only chase of a now clock or else tho A fl"o bargain. Apply to time-keeper SOUR-MAS- FOR SALE. NOW $4,CO0. i t. - f thorough overhauling of the present clock. Jan.23-tf- . M. T. MITCHELL, Frankfort, Ky. To-da- y Darby's Prophylactic Two Farms for Sale. tax-payer- s, Will Use itin every sick-rooS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE LATE W. S. keep the atmosphere pure and A Lewis, I oner for sale wholesomejremoving all bad odors TWO GOOD HILL FARMS. acres, from any source. One contains one hundred und on Stony Creek, one mile from the Will destroy all Disease Germs, and Is located 75 acres Is good tobacco land, Flat Croek pike. infection from all Fevers and all and u. well unproved. Will be sold In two tracts If desired. The other contains 100 ucres, ljlng on Flat contagious diseases. Creek pike near Harvieland; 2u acres In .timber One grass and under cultivation. The eminent physician, J.Mari- balance inand 2 tenement houses and orchard on dwelling, on Sims, of New York, says: "I the place. Well watered. For tonus apply to W. P. LEWIS. Adin'r am convinced that Prol. Darby's or J. K. LEWIS, Harvieland. Sept. Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu' 21 Hart ou vrfittin able disinfectant,' I fifty-thre- e Iw y A NOTED 11. SPECIALIST! iasbBKII s'iAPA"!8 & 'A afftYfitfol S n jrttf tax-paye- rs - JJ wi wlidora SI hartn't, Intalltrtnt ind jjmbltlon 'pramfia If you B SIttMLE , -- PI. lEZ-y- 0., ., I i jjBjSjgjyflnjr Sfiu&fti I wiiit you my tptcial. canonal Uttcntlon. I un Jrrtaka to britfly ttach any fairly intelllctDt parson t either sex. who lugffit can raad and OF- LOtrisviijijE, AT TIIK Ml ' after Inttructioa, will work Indut-triouicam Three irriie, and who, bow to Thou-ia- nd ex-istan- Medical and Sunjlcnl institute of that city. Iiy special reo.ut.st ho will visit TRICAL WHO HAS CHARGE OF THE ELEfSouthern surgical department of ttte JHHHBitcisfsl 1-- lt. tfrj rase MftHiHiii Hi rear In thelt vtra Iocalltlei, where. erer they ue. I will alio fvimu tbe situation er emploiment, a which you can earn that amount. I cbarxe nolhlnc end receive nolh lnc unleaa ae aboYa. NotUlnr difficult to learn, or that Dollr.a c CAPITAL HOTEL, SATURDAY, requires niue, i aesire uui one person from much SEPTEMBER 3 24TH, each district or 1 countr. have al ready taught and FROM 8 A. M. TO P. M. 45-l- Returning every four woeks. Dr. btockdale has been connected with the largest hospitals In this eouutry, and has no superior in diagnosing and treating dlMmtes und deformities. He will give $5J for uny case that he o in not tell the ulseiibe and where located m live minutes. s, Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Acute and Cronlc Diseases of tho Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, llrlght's Disease, Kidneys, Dlabetls, Liver, Uladder, Chronic and Female ami Sexual Diseases. provided with enw ployinent a larje who are making over Three 1 hou.amt Dollars a Year, each. All le new, solid, lure. Hill purtlculure After you know all, if you fonclode to to no further, n hy, no harm Is done, Addreie, i Pii ..?t":'u.ksss Mwai i ' iiimiiiHmmiiminii ti n iiiwwm. n Dumber free. " C. AI.I.U.V, Uox VUt, Auiriiaiu, Mulue. Deo.5-ly- . DR. WXKELLEY, IN LEXINGTON. KY.. OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the PHOENIX. HOTEL, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Sept. 10th, 1892. Oot. 1st. 1892. Epilepsy or Pits Cured. A to-da- y lf lf e t. positive C.UARANTEE. Oot. 22d, 1892. Spermatorrhea and aed men unerlne fromof e Nov. 12th, 1892. In youth, or as the results excess In mature years, and other causes, producHEMORRHOIDS (Plies) cured without surgical ing some of the following etl'ects. as emission, operation and with little or no pain. blotches, debility, nervousness, dizziness, conREEERENCES . fusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory and sexual exhaustions, whleli unlit tno W. McKee Hardle, Frankfor.t, Ky. .t. a. Kentt. Frankfort. Kv. victim for bu8inesss or marriage, are permaDr. E. M. Oober, Frankfort, Ky. nently cured by remedies not Injurious, k J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. AND SKIN DISEASES, BLOOD V, IJerberlch, Frankfort, Ky. ReV. L. P. Unlet., Benson, Ky. Syphilis nnd complications, as sore throat, fall-lu- g A. II. McCluro, Frankfort, Ky. out of hair, pain in the bones, eruptions, etc., N. J. Hughes .Frankfort, Ky. mercury or uny other Injurious drugs, Gonorrhoea, David Moore, Denson, Ky, Oleet, Stricture and ult Urinary and Kldn,ey in, f withrnw. Frankfort. Kv. troubles, ure speedily cured by treatment that has DR.KELLEY'S ofllceund residence Is nt 26fJ imver fulled uinciunuu.annwuere ne iimi He undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures West .Eighth street, of every day week except SATUFJ thousands given up to die. Remember the date bo found rninnlilots each descrlblns these dlseiu"J ruvQ. and come early, as hit rooms are always crowded und the mode of treatment sent free to any cJn wherever he stops. W. I. KELLEY, M. D.,, Correspondence solicited and confidential, by addressing self-abus- Young to middle p Address, Sept. 10. D. A. bTOCKDALE, M. D., LouiayiLLK, kt CONSULTATION FREE. I I '' RfiW"-"- I J yWKWmimBlWmmm VBPgiPW iff ff&sSf SffSft "H1 'M-- ' mBTBwr .ww, m ', ' - ' i IS: i':i "' r ' ' I T2 , ' (. ' V"".TT " 7 1 . ?. r IX. 'V ' . I.?' r ,' ilHI tr:retau.cn E, O. ZEHAGEN,. puuAciii, oi -- ' t'jgl ri unj e-v- 7- .x. k oi-K- . : .,, V-'- S i7t - ' "' (Cut Showing frame too Large.) Vi CP.RRECTS the Oculist Test Case, Opthatmascope, Retinoscope, fete, free of charge. Lenses ground to order and frames made to suit the face, at SELBERT'S, ' . all errors, of refraction scientifically and examines the THE KENTUCKY MUffO -- TT ' m, l!9ki qa , " ' v 4 . ''$ f- - ".'('5 :. 'X'- - 4th, 5th, And two days each month thereafter. 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 waterj sight blurs, and your jlasses don't suit, come and consult me. O- - ZEHEaZGKEffiT- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, October 3rd, TEA RfiD OflflGE SPOOfi, (s rs rjZj cs silver) - s3: THE LEADING JEWELER, S- - 3ME r ji 1 !S!lE3tji!lER3E33Et"3C 233 S'Z'. OLAIE 'ST2EEI,T,. r It does seem laa It 'some H. ' f 1,-- -- ' The Top Drawer. Mr. C. A. Nelson's new residence !on Campbell street is completed, and no moved his family into it on Wed nesday. Mrs. Jerome Weitzol is building tywo DricK dwelling nouses on L,ewis fetreet across from the entrance to the purse of $10,000, and side bet of $10,000. GeorgoDlxon, colored, easily defeated f. wlheli will we have? Rlglit of Wrong. t4 .j ', f Jack Skelly. an amateur, in eight folks prefer to have the last condition of the rather tiian the n&t. They perpetually rounds Tuesday night, and retained liver themselves with purgatives totally without dose the title of the champion feather virtue uh ulteratlve of liver trouble, llostetttr's weight in the world. He won with it a Stomach Bitters Is the successful candidate for and well nnl purse of $5,000. The great fight Wed- the people'sIs,choice. are yet, popular who keep known (is unfortunates Corbett, on trying It there remedies of former days nesday night between Jas. J. the drastic to Ion t ho public of San Francisco, and Jon. L. Sullivan, It Iswellthe Intelligent poritried otproperties uf that known and long the the Reason Should be guided by exEiltter8Uppe.il, was won by Corbett in twenty-- perience In of Boston, the matter of medication. '"In" hVUVU .JKiOJ one rounds, carrying with it the best guide to our feet Is the lamp ot experience," said it great patriot of the early revolutionary A fine cow belonging to Mrs. H. world's champion heavy weight bolt, period, and the exclamation Is pregnant with jHyde fell over the cliff near Mr. Wm. worth of itself $5,000, a purse of tiuth. For over n third ot u century the Bitters dally, has met with the endorsement of people sUtterback's blacksmith shop Sunday suffering from liver complaint, inuliirlu, constipaand a bet of $10,000 a side. tion, heumut.sm, debility" and troubles accompaand broke her neck. nied by dispepsta. Latterly It has declared and been thoroughly approved us remedy County Judge Williams appointed Prepare for Cholera. for "la, grippe.." ;Davld Cull surveyor of road district jNo. 69, and Charles Ackens surveyor The Board of Health, in a timely Forks of Elkliorn. " of road district No. 40 in this county notice to the public, calls upon the on Monday. citizens to begin at once to thoroughSchools have commenced. ' Dr. U. V. "Williams has put up a ly and disinfect their cleanse Glorious showers since our lastre-por' Conservatory for his flowers along- premises. Ships have arrived in New York side his residence on the South Side. Weather fine, inviting earnest ex;It will be an ornamental as well as harbor having cases of cholera on ertion. board, and there is great danger that a useful improvement. Considerable sickness in our comthe disease, whioh does not confine munity. The Episcopal Church parish to seasons, may enter other school, on Second street, South Side, itself tobacco men are ports not so well guarded as New edThecutting the weed. busilv entracrin , will open next Tuesday with Mrs. H. all Owing to the recent dry weather, Hyde as principal and Miss Jennie York and its spread deadly germs deover the land. Scientists have corn not so good as at first anticipatDuvall as assistant teacher. monstrated that these germs can be ed. Dr. E. M. Gober's little son Dan carried on the person and suddenly ministered to his sustained a fracture of his right arm appear in a case in which the patient atBro. Burdin Scott county, last flock Long Lick, Satjust below the elbow Tuesday, while when leaving the scourged country urday and Sunday. wrestling with one of his playmates was supposed to bo entirely free of A meeting of days is in progress at at school. He is getting along quite the disease. They have also proved Buck Run. Pastor Eberhardt lias the of Rev. deep inwell at present. that the germ thrives most in filth and assistance religiousHunt. A prevails, terest in matters The T rails for the street railroad dies earliest in cleanliness and to the and good results are expected to folhave been shipped from Johnstown, end that this dreadful Asiatic plague low. Pennsylvania, and are expected to may not tako hold in this city and Public school teachers employed in this section: Woodlake. Miss Jennie arrive here y over the Midland. county, or if it should chance to Qoddard; Forks to bo used in construct- enter unawares, may be quickly Parrent; Orutcher,of Elkhorn. O. H. The tools Miss Maggie Dowtamped out, the citizens are earnest- ney; ing the road arrived yesterday. Stedmantown, Miss Agnes Stily requested to lend a hearty co- vers. Three farms belonging to the es- operation to the efforts of the Board tate of the late Alexander Julian of Health and not only perform for Misses Sallie Webb and Katie Stu-beof Cincinnati,' who have b,een wore sold Tuesday. One of 204 acres themselves what the President, Dr. spending the heated term at Mr. F. was bought by L. P. Armstrong for Sam. E. James, enjoins, but also M. Featherston's, have returned o 22.75 per acre;' one of 46 acres by 0. acquaint Dr. James with every foul home, much to the regret of the community. H. Julian at $53 per acre, and the or unclean spot wherever discovered Misses Annie Lawlor and Belle Harthird of 205-- acres by Sheriff John C. in the city. The Board particulary din, of Owen county, are the guests Noel for $31 per acre. declaims against throwing vegetables of MiBses Lutie and Sallie Lucas. The roof of the old bridge is being or dish water or any such slops in Miss Mary Harrington has returned repaired. The Secretary of War tried the yards or on the streets and urges to her home in Shelbv county from to demolish it with a fulmjnado fired the necessity to keep them in a bar- an extended visit to MIrs AHpa nnrl from Washington City, and announc- rel to be hauled away and destroyed. Lizzie French. Messrs. Riohard Head and O. ed to strike the bridge the first of After the premises have been cleaned, . of Stamnlntr Ornnnd. hnvn this month, hut the old bridge is still lime should bo plentifully sprinkled turned home from a visit to friends there and may yet remain to carry as a disinfectant. at this place. another generation across the waters Misses Ireland During of flux in of time, as it has already carried five county, inthe epidemic hard workthis uenry county, areand LoOompte, of visiting menus in to 1888, 1 had "Kain-tuok.- " generations across the old keep a supply of Chamberlain's Colic, this vicinity. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on Miss Mattie Lee Featherston has hand. Pqople often came ten or returned to her home in Woodford Buttorraer's Hill has been laid off twelve miles in the night to get a county from a visit to relatives at into town lots by the Farmers Bank, bottle of the remedy. I have been this place. which owns the ground, and two selling patent medicines for the past Messrs. Willie Allen and Canten years and find that it has given non, of Shelby county, areOscar vis it on a roadways projpeting from a point better satisfaction in cases of near the Devil's Hollow bridge and diarrhoea and flux than any other to loved ones in our burg. Trustees of the common schqols from the railroad bridge to the crest medicine I have ever handled J. H. are requested to attend tho Franklin Benham, Druggist, Golconda, Pope of the hill. Messrs. John W. Rodman Co., 111. Over five County Teachers' Association next hundred bottles of and W. S. Dehoney are the com- this remedy were sold in that county Saturday, September 17. mittee advertising for proposals until during the epidemio referred to. It During the session of the TeachSeptember 10th for the building of was a perfect success and was the ers' Institute in Frankfort last week, only remedy that did cure the worst tho Franklin County Teachers' Assothe roadways. cases. Dozens of persons there will ciation was reorganized with the folAt Ohicagd Tuesday, in the effort of certify that it saved their lives. In lowing officers: President, O. P. Par-ren- t; R. the municipal authorities to stop the four other complaints this remedy has Secretary and Treasury, H. Graham; Miss Lizzie been equally successful. 25 and 60 racing at Garfield Park, owned by an cent bottles for sale by J. W. Jaylo, Magruder; Committeeon Programme, MisBes Maggie Downey, Rachel association of which Col. M. Louis Druggist Oromle and Superintendent .Hunter. Clark, of Louisville, is President, Thirty-seveteachers wore enrolled Now Try T"hls. and Mr. Joseph Swigert, of this cty, as members, clearly indicating the is Socrotary, a torriblo tragedy ocIt will cost you nothing and will sure-l- y fact that teachers aro more deeply curred in which James ,M. Brown, a do you good, if you have a Cough, concerned in reference to educationmillionaire turfman, of Fort Worth, Oold, or any trouble with Throat, al matters than ever before in the The regular Chest .Texas, and John Powell, a police covery or Lungs. Dr King's New Dis history of thobecounty. 3d Saturday in on the for Consumption, Coughs and meeting will leer, wore killod and Henry Mo- - Colds Is guaranteed to give relief, or each month, at 10 o'clock. Place, kwoll, another oftlcor, was mortally money will bo paid back. Sufferers Capital City Business College, corner from La Qrippe found it just the Main and St. Clair Btreets, Frankfort. Idod and died Wednesday. thing and under its use had a speedy A cordial welcome to all. ftho sorios, of prize fights at Now and perfoot recovery. Try a saraplo IV TOUR HACK ACnilSj IniiF, Jack MoAuliffe on Monday bottle at our expense and learn for Or thing it Is. 70a are all worn out, really good for nothBilly Myor out in the yourself just how good aCarpenter's It knooked ing, It U general debility. Trr Trial bottles freo at Phil. Buoirjra xnoN invrmts. lonth round, and won the light Drug Store. Large aize 50o. $1.00. It will euro you. cleanso your ltor, and glvo a good appetite. 3 ht championship of Amorlco., a $25,-000, R. ROGERS & SON Our Store for a New Ask at n v Pnnii r wwvrM.c, Uvew Ideas Put inaBririit , Tl BISSPI ( We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about BISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. Mrief Way 1 Its-se- lf 11 Freo tolthose who ask for it. Remember the place, St. Glair St., opp Court House. t. GOOD HINGS 4S? M 0 ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, 'V . ad to-da- THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE IN OVR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. 'A r, en-tir- OUR STOCK IS Se-bre- LIKE A STREAM take from it, yet it never diminishes. This, of course, is because there is a never-dyin- g spring of supply that feeds the stream. hundieds (To . 'i KV e. nr. SLUGGISH t STREAMS STAGNATE So sluggish stocks They They are not fit for commer-- 1 cialuse any more than decayed meat. Finally, they are known as "dead." become-decayed- CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER IN THE BEST CONDITION and a constant How of trade keeps a stook in best condition. We have no dead stock, because our stock never stands still. It is always flowing out and flowing in. 'l.H Vice-Presiden- t, 48-4- t. n DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVANTAGE of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods ? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading with. Am l .. :m J."3Ci R. K. McCLURE, V Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. Krj&Vit.nK&iiX 0" Wi1." VFVt' V tA BTi'r r llg'. . Or NPHrvv-v' - ' V7.' T 5 fWS""HJ ,fr lir,V.EUUC"',""r 'T1-.- - ?TOV7 "' - , , . ? f" 4 s, - X CruiGiier & starts. CIITCII 892. & SHIRKS' m ft Grufcner 1 stafc a 1 D U N LA P HATS. They arc beauties. 892 FALL 1 Fall Announcement! In opening1 our doors to the public with our Grand Fall Display of MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, Men's Hats and Furnishings, Ladies', Misses, Men's and Boy's Shoes, NECKWEAR. FALL, 1892. Royal Blue, Altantic Green, Fox Brown. See window. Fall, 1892, Great shades. y& A - V .V W See the new imperial hat, The Comedore; you .should have one. UNDERWEAR. variety, beautiful Will you sec them? New 'f v'n Children's suits, THEY ARE BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS. Fall patterns. N. B. Sacks will be the leading styles; don't buy until you see ours. GREAT. See the great collar and cuff play. dis- OVERCOATS OVERCOATS! Our second floor chuck full of them. All prices. I Children's knee pants. See what 25c, 35c, up to $1.50, will do. You will be surprised. Men's dress suits, coachman's wedding suits a specialty. suits, MEN'S and BOYS' boots and Now don't buy until shoes. you see the stock. We are more ;han happy to state to you that our entire line in every department is more complete than ever before. The main feature in our platform is the best goods for the least money. Honesty and fair dealing. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Remember our two immense outlets, FRANKFORT AND LOUISVILLE, gives us big advantage in buying. See the prices and be convinced. Sox, Sox, Sox. One-hadozen, the best in the. world, only Great ' variety other 50c. grades. lf Trunks and bags, packing trunks, telescopes. No house in the :& State will show a greater line. LADIES' and MISSES SHOES. See our great window display. More styles than any two. houses in the city. fv, CRUTCHER F&ANKFORTzavffi2stsasa5ssaa-s:3Hcaa & -- STARKS, -- M mmmm - AND- LOUISVILLE. :M:J asking here a question. I consider' disease and piles. I had tried the "Just as curable as any other dishim a most skilled and able physi- learned physicians of the country ease." SUFFER? "Will you tell me how you tell a cian, as well as a remarkable man." without help. As a last resort, I conMrs. C. S. Pierce, of Stevens Plains, sulted Dr. R. C. Flower, of Boston. man his trouble without asking him Miraculous or Is Deering, Me., said: "Dr. C. R. Flower, After I had given up all hope of get- any questions." MISS KATIE STRAUSS' CLASS IN DANCING" ex'You of cured and had Testimony of ago Boston,monstrousme several years ting well supposed resigned myself to plaining must excuse me from my 10Monday,open nt Capital Hotel. Day of Tuition Wednesday and Friday iiiornlns at Science? o'clock. fibroid growth, what I would be either the modus operandi of jnn of a Prom"Well Known besides a dreadful stomach and heart months or years of suffering a living examinations, but that I do these ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION People What things, thousands all over the countrouble, when every other kind of death I learned that by sending a OF THE stamp to Dr. R. 0. Flower, 559 try will attest." treatment had failed to even give me Some Have Called Frankfort Manufacturing Company Hero the doctor excui d himself, A any kind of relief. Dr. 1 lower's Columbus Avenue, Boston, a pamphModern MiraOF FRANKFORT, KY. cure are quick and radical. He is a let entitled 'Health and Happiness' number of his patients were cles. They all told the same wonman who understands his business, would be sent free. In a few days Sue. 1. Chas. and the moment he sees you he will I had this little book. After reading derful story of his examinations and BlaoKlei, We, Grunt Green, and H.E. Uoge, G. T. Grunt (ireet , Jr., French TFrom the Portland Me., Argus.J tell you all your diseases without it hope returned to my soul. I went j treatment and cure of disease. Some uu ucur tiaBiKitim uuibo vtxi lUKfuiuraa n Hoge imd corporate. undei-nnby virtuo of the see ur. lower, imagine my sur- say he is high in his charges, others to A few years ago if a man got sick it asking you a question." State of Kentucky, say statute laws of the'70, and amendmentchupter 66. into Hon. Ohas. A. Smith, of Mattawamund is Bafe to say a doctor would give him keag, Me., a man prominent in poli- - prise as I walkedme allhis presence to say ho is very moderate, but all way. nets of 16G9 ot thin corporation thereto. Have him tell about myself, that lie examines in a marvelous name The shall be the calomel, if that did not cure him he high in masonic how my, troubles began and what No one ever saw such a belief in a "Frankfort Manufacturing company." and under would get a larger dose, the dose tics, business, and that name said company, may continue for a a they were, all of him. years from the riling of these being repeated or increased until the affairs, states that he was cured ofby ing him a thing. this without my toll- man as his patients have inmost geni- period of twenti-flvPersonally Dr. Flower is I need not tell you cancerous growth in tho mouth otllce, und under that name patint either passed in his checks or Dr. R. C. Flower, after ho had ueen that I felt that I was in the presence al' and facinating. He is young, articles In the propercontrict and be contracted oliHllhnve iioner to trot well. Bleedincrwas common in ?Vs with generally, sue and bo sued, own such real quick, bright and oheerful. and personal estate as it may deem proper, of a ordinary practice; the sick were bled abandoned as incurable by tho best who man who knew his business and smart, ho and than In fact, a common seal aDd alter same at sunshine, for almost any disease, or as Sir Wa- physicians in New England; that I did.knew my difficulties better oare, body aboutis all seejia to andasevery- have and establish pleasure, placed mvBelf under his and make all rules I him be he is lter Tichwell says, "my father was a when he visited Dr. Flower he was expedient tu the managey a He is a man of strong and irresisti- and regulations deemedsaid corporation, and shaU tho utmost agony improved at once, and am ment of the affHlrs of fat man and they bled him to reduce a wreck suffering deadening day and night, the pain well man. Others close to me have ble magnetism, pleasing in manner have power to fix theuraouut of the capital stck his fat, and my mother was a very been as best in conversation. His of said company, to render the shares or Interest thin woman and they bled her to with narcotics terrible he could while way." cured in tho same marvellous and faoinating given to his patients, of shareholders transferable, and prescribe the entire time is end. Then he few years ago the awaiting the . manner of making sach transfers. make her fat." A Your reporter returned to Boston and the work of his praotice seems Sio.2. The principal place of business of said doctor would not allow a fever went to see Dr. Flower as a last re- for corporation shall be In (rrtnkfort. Ky or at such C, to be a pleasure. Dr. R. sort, Our the purpose patient to have water. If by any says: and with but little faith he lower, whom he of seeing see on his of Dr. Flower'B praotice investigation other place or places as the board of directors failed to is an investi- may think lit for the best Interest of the comgracious act he was allowed to wet "As soon as I entered Dr. Flower's first visit. After waiting two hours, gation of a practice which many pany. his lips, it must be with warm water, of said corporation shall gut all theso barbarous practices presence ho told me without asking he was shown into the doctor's pri- groat men have said is the most mar- beSxc. 3. The business wagon material at Franktho manufacture of vellous and successful practice of any fort, Ky. away with, or nearly me a question my trouble, when I vate parlors. have been done "Well, sir, what can I do for you?" age. Sxc. 4. The capital stock of the company Is so, not because the profession out- first noticed it and and all about its m fixed ut twenty-fivthousand dollars, divided Into' greeting. grew them but because the patients progress, beside telling me several was the doctor's to shares of one hundred dollars each, payable In "I have come ask you a few other things about myself which satunResigned. such calls us the board of directors ma require, refused to longer submit to such was tho scribe's reply as he isfied me that he knew more about and the corporal Ion may commence business comfortable, poisonoua and ruinous me ta when rive thousand dollars of stock has been sub- pulled out his book and pencil. than I could tell him. I nut mvTo the Teachers of Franklin County: practices. scribed for and paid In. "You must make your questions By degrees the profession of medi- self under his care, soon began to we aesire Kindly to Bay to the beSic 6. The business of the cnrnnratinn tinii improve and in the course of a few fowand brief." conducted by n board of Ave dlrecotrs, who cine, which was the most unscientific teachers the hall be the "Doctor, you soem to be revolution- friends ofof the county1 and that their ownelected by on stockholders from among profession in the world; became more months was entirely cured. I consider education generally, number the first Monday intelligible. Especially in the last Dr. R. 0. Flower the greatest living izing the practice of medicine in the after several years service aB exam- each year, and who shall hold their In January, office V ' treatment of chronic diseases. Will iners that we have now resigned our their successors shall be elected and qualify, until 7" and few years the advancements in medi benefactor to a sick and suffering you also by a president, secretary and treasurer, who tell me how you cure these des cal nraotice have been almost as world. and the resignation shall be elected annually by the Incoming board perate cases 01 consumption, cancer, fositions, accepted by Mr. Hunter, from among Its members on the first Monday In in of great as in anything else, and it "I knowhas several in Mattawam-kea- g tumor and paralysis." exactly tho cured each year, and he County Superintendent, goes imme- January of their successors who shall hold their would soom by the success of some of be eleited guarded 'Well," the more skilled and advanced physi- Bamo way; bis cures are miracnlous, answer. was ms slow and business, diately into effect. We feel thankful office untilThe board may Milshall vacancies Inand quullfy. all Its 'I understand my cians that the terrors of the sickness his examinations marvelous. I can to all the teachers of the county for own membership or In any office. The samo' person may faithfully I can and dread of the grave are almost not tell how ho performs these cureB, and I attend person histo it, and with- their liberal support during our ser- urer. Until fill the office of secretary und treasthe first Monday In January, IbRS, trouble but I am a llvirnr example that he tell any siok evercomo. vice; and that while we regret and out being tola; consequently I don't off the board, yot we feel thatto go and until their successors shall be elected con'does." qualify, the Our readers woll know that for the Incorporators shall duty stitute the board of Mr. Studley, of Boston, a promi- treat a patient for tho wrong diieaae. cans us oisewnero. directors. past ten years the most startling Sxc. 6. The highest umount of Indebtedness or cures have been made in the Stato of nent business man, had a cancer re- I have every facility for treating We will, however, keep a at any moved from his lip and mouth eight these supposed incurable chronics faithful interest in tho welltrue and liability to which the corporation shall,amount Maine and elsewhere which almost being of time, subject capital. money and experience can the cause of eduoation, and of every of its paid-u- Itself sbull not exceed the wunout tne 1511110 or pain, that vied with aoient miracles, and which years ago u. Sxo. 7. The private property of the shareholders oy xr. 1. flower, alter tne leadin give." many declared were miracles. shall be exempt from liability for corporate physicians of the city and hospita "You must like your practice Doc- teacher. We have made a thorough investidebts. T. E. Uttsbback, Given under our hands this, the 13th day of gation of some of theso cures, not had pronounced it incurable. He has tor." H. M. Polsqbove. August, 1H9 GRANT GUFJJN, "Yes, I like it so much that I give through people a thousand miles enjoyed the best of health ever since. CilAS. Ev UOGE. Hon. J. Willard Rice, of Boston, about twenty hours a day to it." away, out inrougn prominent citiG. T. DLAOKLKY, Good Loofca. "I havo just been talking to two Rice, was GRANT (J BEEN, JR., zens of New England, known in all brother of H. FRENCH UOGE, parts of tho Stato. The investigations visited by your reporter on his re- ladies in your recoption rooms who Good looks, are more than skin show that by Dr. R. 0. Flower, of turn from the Pine Tree State. "You tell me that you cured them, one of a deep, depending upon a healthy con) Boston, the most maraculous cureB have been a patient of Dr. Flower?" monstrous tumor, which at one time dition of all the vital organs. If the Statu of Kentucky, j071 would have' woighod Bixty .pound", Liver be mactivo, you have a Bilious I,County or Fhankmn the county court for the performed we quoriod as we introduced have been continuously N. 13. Smith, of "What do you think of him without pain or the knife, the other Look, if your stomach be disordered county and Stateclerk aforesaid, do certify that the all through the east for years. incorporation of the Krai D. P. Eaton, of Lewiston, Me., as a doctor?" A broad Bmile covered of two malignant cancers, after she you have a Dyspeptie Look and if ioregoinguruuesoi Company fort Manufacturing baggage master on the Maine Central, tho face of tho fat and genial alder- had been pronounced incurable by your kidneys bo afflicted you have a of August, 1KU, produced to wuh, on the IStb me In said tou'i he said: "It affords me great pleasure to man as ,4I leaned back in his easy the best surgeonB and physicians of Pinched Look. Secure good health una acKnowieugea oeiore nio by Grant Q think"," was his reply, this city." and 8. H speak of Dr. Flower. Ho has most chair. you will good looks. Elec- unas. is. noge, urant Green. Jr , the siimj uoge deed; "Yea," was the doctor's reply, and Bitters ishave great alterative and iiuin to be tneir act mid mis, tne lotu successfully treated .and cured my 'that Dr. R. 0. Flower is one of the prouueeu w me on tric tho wife in his peculiar and wonderful most able, learned and skillful physi- "this is true. Oue of those ladies is Tonio, acts directly on theso vital orhlsuct und deed, whereupoil way, when all other methods of treat- cians of this age: besides he is a most tho wife of a prominent manufactur- gans. Cures Pinples, Blotches, Boila T. Dlackloy to be wuu mis ceruncaie. nave Nime. loceuier ment failed to give her relief; and- genial and facinating man and as er in Maine, tho other the wife of a and gives a good complexion. Sold duly recorded In my office. large manufacturer in Haverhill, at Phil. Oa.bpkntkk'8 Drug Store. 4 Given under my hand this 16th duyof Aujj thou eh her troubles were most aorl- brilliant as a Btar." . u. smith, u. F. u Jew. Harry A. Follett, of Woonsockot, Mass." i m ous, yet under his treatment were "' A nopy attest t i "Thon, Doctbr, you believe those tSwjOtfsily controlled. Dr. Flower told R. 1.. .said: ''I have been u terrible N. fi. Smith, CWrk Franklin County Couil Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. AUK, iVUIU. my wne an nor woumea wiwiuut etlfferer for twolvo years with liver troubles are curable?" JDO THE SICK NEED TO DANCING CLASS: 18-- tt Is It It a . inent and intei-viewe- d. oouy-pollt- lc e u.--o by-la- to-da- 1 I e qnos-tions- ," J above-name- d p our-selvo- s. . 'fr-ri- : W-v-i 9 HL fif'X t UNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA Supplement. very suddenly on Friday, September 1st. Her funeral took place at LebaCHARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. non Ohuroh on Sunday and a very Next session begin l&tli Sept. Courses In Art, , largo Engineering, No. 51 Rev. congregation was in attendance. merit until? to Law, Medlcpnes. For announce-D.Volume XV J. A. Peters conducted tho M. THORNTON. LL., Chairman. services. Mrs. Tonie Harrod loft Wednesday FRANKFORT, KY., SEPT. 10, 1892. for Louisville to spend tho rest of her days with her son, Joe Harrod. Her many friends regretted to soo her TIME TABLE. loavo, for she is beloved by all who Tho following time table is now In know her, and her presence will bo sadly missed in this community. effect upon tho L. fc N. road: TBAIHS WK8T. Miss Mattie Snook, age 1G, and Mr. 5:G0 ft. m Robert Kendall, aged 18, eloped from No.281eavBFrftnkfort 9:40 ft. m this neighborhood and wore married No. 17 lonves Frnnkfort 3:00 p. m in Joffersonville, Indiana, last MonNo. 21 loaves Frnnkfort 7:38 p.m. day. The father of tho bride was ,No lOloavoa Frnnkfort very much opposed to tho match on TBAIHB EAST. account bf tho ages of tho young 18 leaves Frankfort.... 10:10 a. m. couple. We wish them all the joys No. 4:35 p.m. and pleasures of life, 'and that they No. 20 leaves Frnnkfort No .24 arri7os Frnnkfort .... 7.48 p. jn. may never regret having embarked U:16 p. m. on the sea of matrimony so early in No. 22 leaves Frnnkfort Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lngrango life. Frankfort Roundabout for Cincinnati, ho. 23 nnd 21 conneot Bt Anchorage for Bloomfleld Brnnoh. W. W. Alexandeb, . HLHnSiHr7iviHLLflL9LLw!ifl Matrimonial, Miss Neva McCoy and Mr. Phillip Scheotinger will be married on Tuesday next. Miss Bettie Holmes, daughter of Mr. William Holmes, of this city, and Mr. John Perkins, of Mercer county, were married in Lexington on Tuesday. Mr. James M. Wright, of Bards- town, and Miss Alice 0. Middletoa, of this county, were married at the Christian Church parsonage Thursday morning by Rov. George Darsio. Miss Ella Jennings, of Anderson county, and Mr. James Garrett, of Shelby county, were married Thurs day morning at the residence of Mr. O. O. Jennings, on Todd street, Rev. W. O. Taylor officiating. eicneiiru Agent. 'is A tNcw Departure. In addition to our facilities for executing every variety of plain and fancy letter press job work, we are now prepared to furnish all kinds of fine lithographic worn, such as letter heads, bill heads, note heads, eardB, onminnM. nVmnks. certificates of stock, &c. The work will bo gotten up in the latest style and on short notice. If you are in need, of any thing in that line call and examine our samples before ordering. m'r ' 1 ilBfflillffinR Frankfort Saiiterv Inst lute - Is now in .succcss'iii operation for the treatment f Kentucky Central Railwav "BLTJB GRASS ROUTE,' Shorteitand Quickest routerroin the Liquor, Morphine and Tobacco Habits OFFICE LOCATED AT OMNTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS NORTH. EAST, WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. 105 mid 106 Ann With 3Z)r- - 3--- 2F Sircol, CAPITAL HOTEL BLD'G, rrilCOnCLpOin. n charge, and Our remedy is a ton-suiti- ng Republican Committee In compliance with the call issued by the Chairman of the Republican District Committee, the Republicans of this county met at the various voting precincts on Saturday and selected --the following members of the County Committeo: Thos. R. Todd, Court House Morris, Sam'l R Smith, C. Richard A. Nelson, W. S. Morris and Ben. F. second-han- d 42-t- f. Bargains. have some splendid Surreys, Pheatons and Buggies that they offer cheap. MastinBros. FAST LINE BETWEEN physicians, Drs. v. E. HUME and G. W. CHINN. This is an opportunity of beiny per.iwnently relieved of the terrible diseases, Alcoholism and Morphine. LEXINGTON SCHEDULE AND CINCINNATI. IN EFFECT NOV. 15TU.18U1. Complete, Absolute and Permanent Cure! J. W. aug.203m President. oouth Bouad Rare Opportunities. The Queen Crescent Route will place excursion tickets on sale to Texas, Arkansas and Indian Torri tory, at greatly reduced rates, on August 30th, Septomber 27th and October 25th, good for return 2,0 days from date of sale. For rates, mapsand further information, call on Agents of the Q. & O. Route, of Agent at your station, or address D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. '& No. 6, No. 3, Dailv Accom. Ex bun. Daily Express last Hue Ex Sun. Dally. Which is Guaranteed. V. L. CLARK, Secretary. No.l, LveCluclnnatl LveCovington, Cynthiana Hn3.im Arr Fans . . 11 18am " " Falmouth, 8 10am 8 18am 8 00pm b uspnt 2 55pni Fields. Market House Jerome Weitzel, sr., Lewis H. Finnell, Geo. Whitaker and Benjamin Lewis. Gas House V. Berberich, Richard Higdon, Jefferson Cook and H. K. Brawner. Arr Winchester Lvo Arr Lve Lve Lexington Lve Paris . . y b'Jpru 10 23pm 12inIUi 11 OUpm 11 U45am yitipln 3U2pm 4 85pm 6Sbpui U 10pm 7U0pm G15pui 7 W, J. CHINN JR 0' iNeTporl to & Wssi??i VaIley Ca' 1'.! mini Winchester 1240pm Richmond. 185pm Richmond. 1 85pm Berea. . . 200pm ArrLivingston. SUOplll 25ara b50pm 0opro 8 00pm Jan.Wi-l)- . Will practice in all State Court-.- . fice sl'coihI li'ior. Custom Ilnusf. Washington, Philadelphia, Now York, Ealtimore, Old Point and the Sea-Sho- re Bellepoint N. I. McDaniel p ' ' ;T ' of the country precincts ana tne The Kentucky Midland Railway WM, ' lluilii Ashlaiiil . . will sell tickets to vacancies will be filled by appoint-'men- t return Sopt. 13 and Chattanooga and Cuttlcttburi; " l'j lllll Mipii) 5a.im 14 at 3.30. Ac1047pm 3(MIU lluntlii;toii " of the Chairman of the County count Meeting of the Army of the 2 luiiiu V. Waililucton " No. 2, ATTORN fnliuloi)hln " 1017,1111! 550HI11 Committee. Cumberland. Dally No. C, 4 jjn) New Yorit Arr. lAUiiul UUii.u Dally Ex Sun No. To Cincinnati and Covington, The members selected met at the Express Dally. Ex bun, RHAZ, ESTA.TJB August 27th to October 1st at 3.63. DAILYj WEST BOUND. Court House on Monday and organ- Account Latonia Races. tylLL PRACTICE IK THE COURTS n ised by the election of Mr. Richard C. D. Beucaw, M Kranttlln and the djolnln counties &n IluiitliuKiu Lte. t; LMit'u laspm 645jni Lve Stanford 7 05am will alio rlvo ipaclat attention to the purchftv G. F. & P. A. Morris as Chairman, and A. B. Ham7 14plu 4 pm C'lttleitsliuiK " 6'J5iml " Lancaster 7 00am and isle at real estate, collection or r uU el&lmr Ashland . . . " Ub7iiiuj 205pm 727um Arr Richmond. mond as Secretary. 10 15.1m and tbe tecotlAtintt or turns ExSun.i I. Mt. Sterling Lve.,10i7um 5(m 1 20ptn 625am, 8 45uiu If you have a buggy, carriage or LveJellU-o-. . . Lve Wlllla'bb.g. Wlncliester ." lliiim '45pm 165pm 715am 8 60am A Just Tribute to Judge set of harness which needs repairing Arr Coroln.. . . Lexington . Arr. Iorjpm Gttjpm 2 45pui bODatn 9 35am Holt. LouUvllle Arr. 52opim D50?m 74UpmllEOam take it to the Kentucky Buggy ana LveCum'bGup. 6 88am Harness Company on east Broadway. Lve Mlddlesb'b G 58am LliHTED VriSTlBULED CitAlNS mndiillyln f. Lve Pluevllle-- . CJtttuwtlou wlt'i C lei.ipe.iice. & OHIO 'h K. V." , 7 47am The Augusta Vindicator, which is All work promptly executed. Lve Barb'rvllle, to New Y01K. dhoneat nnd quickest between 8 85am opposed to Chief Justice W. H. Holt Arr Corbln.. . . .2- 9 25am r CAINS runs dally and. 1IA1L LveCorbln. 9 85am One good second hand mower for Lve London.. .. this to say of his canpolitically, has AND C!i;CIl!UA71 10 Hani mUMI make loo il stop.-- , foet.veen Lexington nnd Huntington. Price $20. A bargain. sale. Livingston, didacy for 1105am Mastin Bros. Arr Livingston. Onl illrect line tKrtneen HUVriNGTONliS MOREUEAD .accomfiioda Lve 11 15ani While we must admit the excellent tlons run dally. Lve Berea.. . . 12 lOnn Judge Hazel-rigability and fitness of Arr Richmond.. rrankfert, hmim ad Paris, Car 1241pm LEXINGTON ft itUREilEAD ft LEXINGTON water, want If the Democratic candidate for fromyou Murraysulphur left at fresh Lve Richmond.. 6054 tn 12 41pm MT. STERLING uccoinmodatlons run dally your Arr Winchester 6 55am 185pm the the position to which he aspires, all, residence every well, lisle, Mijnilh, Cynthiana, Fal morning, leave Lve Winchester 710um 155pm THROUGH SLEEPING CARS to nnd trom regardless of political affiliations, 7 45am 227pm orders at W. H. Avorill's drug store, Arr Paris .... 7 00am 2 00pm 8 45pm ashl to und Nrw York wlthont change. Lve Lexingtoa. regard Judge Holt, the present Chief Death and Csrington. U. 8. Express office or H. R. Arr Paris. . . . 7 53am 237pm 4 25pm C. L. Bkown, i; W. Barnrt, Justice, as one of great eminence the Lve Cynthiana. 8 Warn 3 07pm 4 4Spm Gen. Pass. Acent. G. A.. Lexington, Kr. and profound knowledge of the Williams' grocery. w, j nnnum Lve Falmouth.. 923am 4 01pm 530pm VIA KY. MIDLAND. iiAnniouni ASK FOB TICKKTS principles of law. Not only in our Arr Covington, 10 Mam 6S5pra 637pm .A.. Anhland. Ky. own State, but everywhere, his deFor Salh Fifteen acres of bottom Arr Cincinnati. 11 00am 5 45pm 6 45pm cisions are regarded of the highest land, situated about two miles west MAYSVILLE BRANCH. TRAIRS RUK BY GEHTHAL STANDARD TIME. order and in wearing the Judicial of Frankfort, on L. & N. Railroad, adNo. 10, No. it ranks with tho very best in joining W. L. Collins. Will sell the ermine Daily, Daily TIME TABLE JUNE 'JO. ltf. all the land. The race will no doubt whole or in lots at a bargain. For Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun 'wraarv,: attract even greater attention than particulars oall on 'nrvrni'MiiiTnnTTYffl lilillMVi tiWiiM'TBr f M y M v M Lve. Cincinnati. 2 55PB J. A. Goins, Presidency in this State. ' the No. 1. I No. 8. ' No. 7. TKAINd E AST. Lve. Covington . 302 pm Cedar Run Jacob Bashfleld and Logan Smith. No meetings were held in several Geo. Caples. Lve Loudon . . Buggies, carriages and harness Arr Corbln. . . tho Kentucky and Harness LveCorbln. . . and Lve Barb'rvllle. Company. Lve Pliiovllle. . 15-t- f. Lve Livingston. 8 15pm 4 10pm 4 bUpm 5 00pm RoVt. ii-i- y . . . . . . . . 33. Franklin Frankfort, Kv. -- AND ALL EASTERN EFFECr NOVEMBER CITIES.-I.15. 181)1. X . 5 E.'pin 6 41iiin 7 yoimi 7 55pm To Chattanooga and iugtoii. Cov- - LveMlddlesb'b. ArrCum'bG.ip. EAST HUVSli F Lve Corbln. . . 4 50pm Lvo WUUa'sb'g. 5 45pm Arr Jelllco... . U 20pm Lve Richmond 150pm Lve Lancaster.. 4 45pm Arr Stanford. . 520um . t Limited Accm. iliill Kxirssi Dally Ikilly l:tlly. Di.ly. )Exbun.lExSun 11 . . . . llexiugton . Lve. 7.1.7UI1 SIIMII Winchester " M(. bti'rliiit; " SW.un C(.Kil)iiilU-i(U- CROMWELI EY-AT-LA- C4Stun 128'ipm VtWpm Tl.uml lOopin 7 3Spm DAILY 10ti7i)iu 6 4UiUi) oSCpin North-Boun- a, GA? 1 Kentucky Midland 15-t- g, 1 1 23-t- f. North-Boun- d. I I I n 1 12 UEiteat 1 m H .4 Jul Advertised Letters at Ky. Millville, Ky. I Frankfort, : ? Moore's Poultry Remedy. THE LAI' 7 rM t .Below will be found a list of advertised letters for the week ending Boptember 10th, 1892 Arr. Arr. Carlisle. . Arr. Johnson . Arr. Maysville, South-Boun- Lve. Lexington Lve. Paris, . . . . . , . Millersburg 615pm Lv. Frnnkfort Lv. 40am 7Wipm Lt. Summit KllOiorn 9 34am 7 64pm Lt. sjw Itzer 1010 am 880 pm li.MHiuplng 7 00a m 1, 55 a m 520 pro tfl8ara 638pm 8 ... . A 6 00 6.0G 3.30 ! ti.ll Ground aa-- j ae 8.41 8.48 4.02 4.1A) C.18 6.8U RK &. W t y. i Anderson, Maria Davis, Magie Elese, Robt. Brown, Dan Burley, Lucie Elen Fletcher, Otis Elcern, Cat. Baucher, J. M. Lee, America Black, Mary E Kimpt, Susan Carter, (J. U. Prico. Fred D. Cooper, A. L. Tabuo, Geo. Day, Frank Williams, Annie Darby, F. W. WilHon, O. T. Carter, Laura ' Crutchfleld,Mollie Welsh, Jennie (2) Williams, Preston When calling for these lotters day ud- vortised. THE OLDEST P0DTRY REMEDY ISmarket, Posmeiy prevents ana curesON No. 9, No. n. Daily. Dally, Ex. Sun. Ex, Sun B J. M. SxyvitLL, Postmaster. Chestnut Grove. are having very pleasant weather, with heavy dews at night. Mrs. Elton Phillips loft Wednesday to visit her son in Louisville. Mr. Ninnie Kendall, of Croppers, visited hie mother here Saturday night. Mrs. Mary1 Frances Harrod died We i r 3.V0 a III 160pm Ly 4.C 7.18 3.35 Ctntrevllle a ni 227 pm 7.23 5.01 8.46 Elkubeth am 820pm Lv PuriB . . .. 7.37 6.15 4.05 am 3 45pm Ar CHOLERA AND GAPES. 31 I 1" M A 1 M I I' X am 410pm 28am 700pm No. 2. No. 4 No.6 No. 12 TRAINS WEsT. 51 n m 6 37pm 4.3.1 Lv. Paris C. 8.00 5.50 pays fur Its ue In the extra ptodu-Uon11 00 a m 6 45pm More then 8.12 6.02 5.01 Ar. Elizabeth 6..'Hi 8.16 5.10 Ar. Cfciitervllle S.R.KNOTT, C.P.ATM0RE, 8.24 6 14 6.25 Ar. Newtown Traffic Manager. Gen. Puss. Agt. P.H6 6 .32 Ar. C S. Depot General Oftlces, Louisville, Ky. 6.37 6.52 6.45 Ar. Georgetown . . B . 8.41 S. K. B. MORSE, Asst. Gen'l Pass Ag't. 8.49 6.45 7.05 Ar. Johnson R54 6.61 7.16 Cilice, Chamberof CommorcoBIdg., Cincinnati, 0. Ar. DuvttU 6.5H 7.35 Ar. Stamping Ground . 9.01 No. 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Div- Ar. Swltzer 7.10 Get a trial box. 7.50 J 18 ision, which Is dally except Sunday. 9.1!) 7.16 Ar. Elkuorn 8.10 No. 2 Huns dally except Sunday from Lexing- Ar. Summit 8.20 9.25 7.22 ton to Cincinnati. 7.30 8.80 Ar. Frnnkfort . . A . 9 33 No.l Runsdally. No. 4 Runs dally from all stations except the A connects with L. ft N. Rowland Division, which Is dally except Sunday. B connects with Q. ft C. und L.S. No. 6 Dally except Sunday. 0 connects with K. C. & No 5. runs dally except Sunday between Lexington. ElTeitlve July 21th. Humluy trains leave FrnnkNo. 16 Pari-- ' and Lexington Accommodation fort 8:15 u. ni. and 3:30 p.m., arrive nt Georgedally. Leaves Lexington 10,00 a. m. Arrives Paris town 9:10 a.m. and 4:22 p. in.; Paris 9:60 a.m. 10:'oa. m and 6:10 p. ni. ' prescription druggists- No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation. Leaves Le ve Par's 10:10 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.. urrlve at Cincinnati 6.16 p. in Arrives Falmouth Georgetown 10:55 a. m. and 6K35 p. ni.; Fntnkfort 7.05 p. m., dally except Sunday. 11:50 a m. and 7.(Ki p. in. Headquarters for PERFUMES. TOILET GOODS No. 8 Leives Falmouth 6a.m. Arrives Cln The. Kentucky Midland Hallway and connec7.55 it. in., dally except Sunday, tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all AND SUNDRIES. elnnatl Nos. land 3 make connections ut Winchester points north, couth nnd west. For further Information apply to their acents. lor points ou the N.N. & M. V. Ry E. D. E. B. WEITJJL, No. 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to C. D. BEBCAW, Finest SODA WATER in Frankfort, Mlddlesboroiigb and Cumberland Gap and all City Ticket Agent. Gen. Puss. Agt. GEO. U. DARPEB, Gen. Supt. stations and ruus dally. April ot Lve. Maysville . , Lve. Johnson . Lve, Carlisle, . , Lve. Millersburg Arr. Paris. . , . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . 'Arr. Cincinnati . 6 6 7 7 8 10 20 57 60 15 40 Lv. G'eorgetow n Lv. C. S. lH)K)t I v. AeMtovii . Lt. Duvitll Lv. Johnson .B. R44 6.52 0.5G 7.IA) 4.14 4 22 4.32 4.47 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2 20 2.35 3.10 I THE SHORTEST AND QUICKIFT I I Mim to25 Hours. Time, New Tbe shortest and quickest. Orleans SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala Time. 26 Hours Solid VcstllmlMl Trains. The Short line between Cincinnati unn LiouKdTON, Ky., Time. 2 Hours ' 12 Kmuiville, Tenx., ' chapman williams, cuattanooua, ATLANTA, BIUMIHOIUM, ashm'illk, n. vlaGeonrritoffn5:5a.ui.,nrrlveCluclnnHtllO:25 a. m. Quicker than any ntherllne. Depot. 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