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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892091701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Frampobt Eounmbout z&z 'M GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advanoe Volume XVI. Highest of all in Leavening Power. FRANKFORT, Latest U. S. Gov't Report KY., SEPTEMBER 17, 189. Bridgeport. Number 2 Ro ml If Monday. Baking' Kwayn Willie Jackson's. Powde housed in good condition. Many growers used Paris green to poison worms, and it is thought these inry have to use their crops for manun.-- . Buyers and consumers do not seem to relish Paris green as a flavoring. Tho celebrated White Caps have made their apperanco in the Four One man Corner's neighborhood. has been whipped and several others have found notices, accompanied by bunches of switches, at their doors. We do not endorse lawlessness, but these White Caps are after the right men they aro wife beaters. Great revivals have just closed at Grassy Springs, Glens Creek and Harmony Churches, with many additions to each. Meetings are now in Prayer meeting last night at Mr. Large attendance. Prayor meeting next Thursday night at Mrs. Armstrong's- The school at our little city is growing rapidly. Mrs. Ed. Barnes is visiting friends at this place. ABSOLUTELY PURE Fairview. Aoundant rain. The tobacco growers aro all very liusy at this season of the year cutting their crops. The circus claimed a large number of the citizens of this section last nere. Miss Annie and Lulio Shouse, of Texas, are visiting their cousin, Miss Lulio Shay, in Lexington. Miss Lena Morris, of Scott county, is visiting her relatives and friends ( M ;Ih fttt for Infants and Children. C&Atorla cm-o- s Mr. and Mrs. Morris and her sister, Miss 0. Morrison, made a flying visit to tho Mr. and Mrs. Dotson and Mrs. Ed. Barnes attended the Lexington Fair. Our little city was very mucli alarmed with the sad news of the city-Thurday. "Caatorla U so well adapted to children tluU I recommend itoa superior to any prescription H. A. Ancnzn, M. D., known to mo." Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. "Tho use of ' Castoria Is so universal and its merits so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorse It. Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Caiilos lliRTTN, D.D., New York City. Bloomtngdalo Eel ormod Church. Late Pastor Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes gestion. Without injurious medication. Colic, Constipation, di- death of Mrs. Harrod,vhich occurred on tho. 8th. Mr. Saint Armstrong is at home on " For several years I have recommended your ' Castoria, and shall always continue to do so as it baa invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pardbs, M. D., "Tho Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. 77 MuniUT )'& x . at The The boon His love has given; firnnfpnhnrtr. nn t.Vm Rt.h. wjih n. frrp.nt Mrs. William Quinn, who is in And though the body molds here, S. K. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. liif. success, which was appreciated by all Louisville, is reported seriously ill The soul is safe in heaven. y wno tutenuea. from the effects of a surgical opera Mrs. tion recently performed. Quinn and her familv have the Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure Becovors Hi8 Speech. deepest sympathy and best wishes of Is a purely vegatable remedy prepartins entire community. a permedicinal Lateu She died on Sunday after ed from rare for coughs, plants,hoarsetownship. Butler Co., Penn., m.ado an fect remedy colds, Bulldofus. son. noon. affidavit that his twelve-year-olness, loss of voice, whooping cough, who had, had St. Vitus Dance for bronchitis, tho first stages of con' 'twelve years, lost liis speech, was John S. Edwards, 9 sumption, allays all .soreness of the completely cured .after using three Of Adams, N. Y., makes the following lungs and chest, aHd gives perfect bottles of Dr.' Miles' Restorative sworn statement: Kenyon & Thomas: satisfaction. It is the greatest medihis Nervine, rtnd also recovered cine of the age to strengthen the speech. Thousands testify to won- This is to certify what I know your lung tissue. 25 and 50c. per bottle, at . wonderful medicine, Dr. Hale's Carpenter's South Side Drug store, derful cures from using it for ner-- Household Ointment, will do in cases o vous diseases, dyspepsia, nervous my Last . debility, dullness, confueion of mind, of pneumonia.is 75 years winter was of age, lieadncho, &c. Pour doses of this mother, who unto death with INervine cured Mrs. W. E. Burns, Bick lungs were badly pneumonia. involved. The South Bend. Ind., who had been Both :' suffering with constant headache for attending physician said she must A Meek & Itlilnm brass Now on exhibition the most complete line of Furniture we have evtr three months. Trial bottle and ele-- - die. As a last resort we commenced reel No. 2, wltli pole shown, consisting of Fine, Medium and Low Priced using your Dr. Hale's Household line. It was gantbook free at J. V. Gayle's. lost Friday Ointment, applying it freely and thoroughly to tho chest, keeping the niglit on tlie road between lungs covered with hot flannels. She tlie. Wash Hancock place . Buita Reduced Bates soon began'to improve and in twelve and Maugan & Darnell's crisis was passea and she stable. A liberal "Will be named by the Queen & hours tne danger was out of and is alive and t will be paid for its Orescent Route and Louisville South- well YoUr great remedy sav- to tliis office. Chiffoniers, SfdebnardEj ern Railroad for the following occa- ed her life. f. John S. Edwards. sions: Sworn and September 14 to 17, Colored Agri- Wm. H. H. subscribed before me, Bargains. Taylor, Notary Public. Extension Tables, Chairs, Rockers, &c, in all the different woods cultural Pair at Lexington, Ky. For salo at Carpenter's South Side September 20th, Grand Lodge Drug Store. and popular finishes. Also a full .line of Parlor Suits, Divans, Mastin Bros, have some splendid 2 Knights of Pythias of Kentuoky, second-han- d Couches, Easy Chairs and Rockers. Fine Leather Surreys, Pheatons and Harrodsburg, Ky. Work. Mattresses and Pillows made to order September 21, Kentucky Conference Advertised Letters atPrankfort,Ky. Buggies that they offer cheap. v&a ' ' M. E. Church, at Louisville, Ky. by experienced workmen. September 28th, Meeting of Orphan Process For Sale A Brigade (Confederate), at Paris, Ky. Below will be found a list of advertised line stove, which New been usedgasohas but letters for the week ending September The Queen & Crescent Route will little and nearly as good as new, is V ,'! place on sale at greatly rgduced 17th, 1892 : for sale at a bargain. Apply "rates excursion tickets to many Allen, Robt. Johnson, Robert offered office. Folding' Beds and Wood Mantels. We invite inspection. at this points in tho west and north-weArmstrong, Same Jordan, Harvey Lowest prices. .and to Arkansas, Texas and Indian Bowman, Geo. Johnson, Elnora If you want sulphur water, fresh Territory, on September 27th and Bailey, Lizzie 'i'.'-Johnson, Dome from the Murray well, left at your October 25th, 1892. Good for return Bush, John Jelgel, Ohas. residence every morning, leave twenty dayB from date of sale. For Lewis, Mary J. Sam fo orders at V. H. Averill'a drug store, jates. maps, etc., apply to agents of Bayly, Annie Miles, Febie Gibson, the U. S. Express office or H. R. .the Q. & 0. Route or to agent at your Fox, Ed. McDonald, Nora iti Williams' grocery. station, or address D. G. Edwards, Chamber, Mintie Mills, Geo. G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. Gillis, W. H. Osliam, Ohas. For Sale Fifteen acres of bottom, Graves, Eliza Nellson, Florence land, situated about two miles west Physicians Puzzled. Graham, Nellie Reddish, Felix sjft. x ofFrankfort, on L. &N. Railroad, adRodgers, Pliny Hart, Alex. joining W. L. Collins. Will sell tho Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. Thomas, Joe Hause, Bettie Many persons aro unable to sleep whole or in lots at a bargain. For on their left side. The cause has Holmes, Henry A, Sleets, Robt. I'M particulars call on long . been a puzzle to physicians. Henderson, Frank Tharn, S. M. J..A. Goins, Maud Sutton, Metropolitan papers speak with great Hart, Hannah Millville, Ky. Wilson, J. O. interest of Dr.. Franklin Miles, Hawkins. J. Woolridge, J. H. specialist Harden, J. D. eminent Indiana tho Wilson, Melvers in nervous and heart diseases, who Herrod, Jas. Frank lias proven that this habit arises Henndrame, John Williams, Distill-IngriW from a diseased heart. Ho has ex- Harried, Rennetta Pearl Ky. Graude ing Co. amined and kept on record thousands of cases. His New Heart Cure, a When onlling for these letters say adwpnderful romedy, is sold at J. W. vertised. , Gayle's. Thousands testify to Its' " BEADY FOR BUSINESS! J. M. Talue as a cure for Heart Diseases. ji iw re .,.. Postmaster. Mrs. Ohas. Bpnoy, Loveland, Colo., says itB effects on her were marvolous. .Elegant book on heart disoaso free. Is Marriage a FailuroP ol d Mrs. DellaJHerndon is visiting her i father-in-laThere never was known to bo such v a boom in the way of barn building Mr. B. F. Dotson and wife are on ? as is in this section this year. the sick list Mr. James Hieatt and wife visited Mrs. M. E. Shouse died May 7th, the family of Mr. T. Brawner, this 1892. county, last Saturday. progress at Duckers and at MillviJlo. A precious one from us has gone, A small frame building on the farm Mrs. Wm. Harrod, a highly es- A voice wo loved is stilled; trltsx JltVD U(U11 lUOiUUIL nMw.w? ItLU jt3t3111tril I n rt t tVlIU lino liinn Y.floirllllri. of Mr. R. J. Fogg was consumed by A nlaco is vacant in our home T. . cafe' l.1 '..ti Urn Hnnt. T?iiHsfill fn rtn for fifimH fire on the night of the 10th inst. Which never can be filled. :,r Supposed to be the work of an incen.time, did of paralysis last week. God in His wisdom has recalled diary. Sunday-schoCovention V night. at A Democratic club was organized the school-hous- e last Saturday a visit. Tmt Cwttaur Compant, Stiibkt, Nkw YonK. Feb. 13-l- a I FURN ITU RE Fall Styles for 1892. Wardrobes. China Cabinets Bank Cases, LOST. . ana Chamber re-war- return to-da- y. 2-t- 42-t- f. 41-t- f. .; st 1 tt 23-t- f. BR0WER, SCOTT & FRAZEE, I . , Fair To See f Sxyi-ELL- 4 Duokers. Beautiful weather. bQuito a lively hail storm visited this place on Friday of last week. Many of tho stones wore as large as walnuts, but no serious damage was done. Messrs. James Corbin and Jacob Johnson, of Owen county, are visit ing tho family of Mr. Sam Johnson. Miss Mlnnio Steele, of Alabama, is v viBlting friends here. Tho many friends of MIsb Sue ', Poyntor will be glad to learn that she ';' is rapidly recovering her health. Our corn crops aro fairly good. Tobacco good, muoh of it has been -- , Have you been trying to get the best out of existence without health in your family? Have you been wearing out you life from the offeots of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and Indigestion? Aro you sleepless at night? Do you awake injthe morning fooling languid, with coated tongue and sallow, haggard looks? Don't do it. A shout in the camp tolls how Aunt Fanny's .Health Restorer has cured others; it will ouro you. Trial paokago free. Large size 50o. at Nothing in the way of Novelties Chapman & Williams. g begins to compare with the 4U array now displayed by W. Wo have 'some first olass seoond L. ' Coppersmith, the Jeweler. hand buggies and phaetons for salo. Raised Gold and Diamond Call and see them if you want a barWatches of all kinds and gain. Mastin Bros. prices. ght-erin30-t- f. ' flJJ -r W &'? .. If You going Gauming for Bargains in Hardware and Cutlery, Guns, Ammunition and Sporting Goods, v. Paints, Oils and Glass, You'll need to go no farther than call on ': M. P, GRAY, m In-crust- ed Hardware Merchant. !. ag-y. ,;J TWrTMMffWWBllWlBnr"'"lMMMMnl r ..;'' ,,4MidiiJL . i j J I - ''p rfHi vb9H9HjHMQHHm3KE9H(0E )Mmmm itmmmfimmfmrm WWTg'1 11B wiw t k ... '. , m.. t .v rnBi LVHBW IBUNUP t1.1 AAu'lt' T If W-- n it.. sr,u HELftTVI " TT,. fit tvH,v7' fP r'i' 'SMBfe' 't.'iiwapju.T nVEiltoxxno. "Wagons Tdtov Sixririo- - Iron Roojang1, 8 SELLING OUT AT CO ST . ' - We will sell at cost for cash oui general HW f Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlerv, Whips, Chains;. Barnes,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Black-- ! smith and wagon Material, Hopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Kock '$ Salt, Sewer and flue Jripe, and other, articles too numerous to mention. We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for casta All goods sold- - on timigi will be charged at regx lar price. .;-m Obr. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. C. E. COLLSS & BRO., I posite the Farmers- Bank - - My :' w Wiv 1. to accept a position on tho editoria Henderson continues his pastorate music by the Frankfort Orchestra corps of the Messenger. over the Methodist Church ; in this and sumptous supper at twelve city. o'clock were the enjoyable, features Col. John L. Scrtt is home from a ,', Hon. Zach. Phelps, of Louisvil'o trip to the Bast. was here this week attending the Mr. Abe Wollstern. who formerly of the evenings programme. lived here, but is now a resident of Sirs, and Mrs. Geo. Inman are visit- Court of Appeals. Mr. John Opie, Superintendent for Ashland, is to wed Mi33 Agnes Nathan, Mason & Foard Co., at Eddyville, Paris. Messrs. John B. Lindsey and James ing relatives in was here Tuesday, en route to Ohica- Mr. and Mrs. George F. Berry left A. Murray are home from a business of Attica, Indiana. to Louisiana. trip Mr. Henry Crittenden, of Green- go, to superintend the $2,000,000 Monday for Now York . , ville, Mississippi, is visiting his canal contract which the Mason & Mrs. John Perkins, of Lexington, Ool. R. P. Pepper made a brief trip visited her paronts, Mr. and Mrs.Wm. mother on the corner of Third and Foard Company have with that city. Tuesday. to Cincinnati and Shelby streets. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Schneider celeMiss Carrie Holt is home from a Holmes, this week. Miss Emma Morris returned Tues- brated the tenth anlversary of their Miss Mayme Gaines went to Louisvist to friends in Paris. day from a two weeks' sojourn at wedding Tuesday night. Numerous Mr. John T. Gray, of Louisville, ville Wednesday to attend Miss French Lick Springs, Indiana, much friends were entertained who tenderschoql. Belle Peers' city. spent Tuesday ed happy congratulations and left Mr. Woodford Longmoor, who has improved in health. Mr. D. J. Haly went to Chicago Miss Ida Hawkins and Miss Lulie many elegant presents as remembeen at the University of Virginia, Monday on a business trip. good wishes. Trimble, of Louisville, returned home brances of their has returned home. Judge S. E. DoHavan, of LaGrange, Mr. John B. Williams has resigned Miss Nannie, tho daughter of Mr. Thursday after a visit to the family was in the city Wednesday. his position with the Mason & Foard and Mrs. Lon Hammond, has been of Mr. Henry Ahler. Co.-- , and took his depature yesterday Rev. George Darsie made a brief Miss Pattie Williams entertained sick for several days. for Denver, Colorado, in search of a trip to LouiBVille Thursday. Mrs. P. H. Morse returned Wednes- her friends Tuesday evening in honor climate in which to spend the winter Miss Lizzie Phythian, of Newport, day evening from a two weeks' visit of her guest, Miss Marie Brown, of and regain his health. Mr. Williams' is visiting Mrs. S. E. James. Indianapolis, Indiana. to relatives in Louisville. successor was Mr. W. O. Williams. Mrs. M. A. Selbert went to CincinMiss Margaret Graham has gone to Mies Lillie Patterson, of Eminence, Senator J. S. Wortham, of Grayson nati Thursday to visit friends. after a visit to Mrs. Robertson, re- - ' Owenton and secured a large class of county, is making arrangements to Miss Jennie Macklin left Wednesday turned home Wednesday. She will make that bring his family here for the winter. music pupils. town her future home. for Louisville to visit relatives. Mrs. George Foster returned to her He will probably rent Miss Sallle Miss Annie Lyons, of Louisville, is home in Illinois last Saturday, after a Mr. Ben Lyman, of Jeffersonville, Jackson's residence after Mr. J. G. visiting relatives near this city. Indana, arrived Tuesday to assume McLean and family go to their own visit to Mrs. Henry Gayle. MidMr. and Mrs. Will Cannon, of Messrs. John Scott and Frank Bar- charge of the engine at the water home formerly owned by Mrs. Sarah way, were in the city this week: LeOompte. rett went to Lawrenceville, N. J., works pumping station. Miss Ada McOann, daughter of Miss Belle Cohen, of Lexington, is Tuesday to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hatchltt, at Senator John McCann, of Louisville, their home in Scott county, enterguest of the Misses Hughes. the Misses Mary T. Morris and Alice Miss' Nellie Sullivan, tained from Saturday afternoon until Dr. W. H. Hall left Tuesday for Trabue went to Richmond, Virginia, after a visit to returned home Tuesday. Monday morning the folio wing young Washington City to visit his son. Thursday to attend school. Misses Gertrude Mariotto and Ger- ladies and gentlemen from this city, Mr. Jim Bennett, of Louisville, was Mr. W. B. Moody, editor of the trude Henry County Local, New Oa'stle, guestsMaddox, of Louisville, are tho viz: Misses May and Louise Pepper, 'in the city the first of the week. of Miss Hallie Rogers, on Rebecca Johnson Und Ruth Ely and Mr. Claude MacDonald, of Coving- was in the city on Monday. Clinton and High streets. Messrs. Geo. B. Hunt, Sherley ton, is visiting friends in this city. Miss Ida Hawkins, of Louisville, R.-VanDerveer t and Mr. Pat Farns worth, Private SecreMr. Vernon Clarke has returned returned home Thursday, after a tary to Mayor Davidson, of Lexing- Fayette Hewitt, Jr. from a pleasure trip to' Estill Springs. visit to Miss Emma Yerger. ton, was present at the euchre party Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Capt. Smith Cook, the Ken'tuoky Tuesday night at the Capital Hotel. Mrs. Thos. B. Rodman left Tuesday Shelby county, was here for Mt. Sterling to visit her parents. giant, of Mrs. Ellen Ford, mother of Deputy rs the finest remedy in the world. Hon. P. Watt Hardin returned Sun- Monday attending the circus. U. S. Marshal Con. McCarty, Is lying It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Mr. Ed. Ely went to Springfield, O., at the point of death with dropsy of Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures day evening from Washington City. to accept a position in the engineer- the heart at her home on Wilkinson Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Miss Annie Pusoy, of Louisville, In the most soothing manner. Cures is tlie guest of Miss Janie Dehoney. ing department of a railroad. Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. street. Hon. H. Cox and wife, of Ghent, Colds. Can be Cures Coughs Miss Maude Wilson, after an exMr. John T. Buckley and wife went taken internally.and positive specific A Carroll county, are visiting Mr. B. tended trip East, arrived home Tuesto New York Tuesday accompanied for Pneumonia. Outs, Bruises, Burns, Farmer and wife, at Farmdale. day. by their son Willie, who will enter Chilblains, Sores of long standing, ' Mrs. Fred Byers, after a visit to her school at the Georgetown University, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: Mr. Goo. D. Single and family left different from all else; superior to all re- niece, Mrs. James Sower,, returned at Washington, D. 0. Monday for Pueblo, Colorado, to elBe; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. homo to Louisville Wednesday. side . Messrs. John Ramsey and Joo Large- size cheapest. Sold at CarpenMr. Robert Looney, of the Lexing- Leahy, of County Clerk Webb's office, ter's South Side drug store. Mrs. Ohinn, wife of Dr. Geo. Chinn, ton Press, attended the euchre party in Louisville, wore here this week y to visit goes to Cincinnati Going "West. at the Capital Hotel Tuesday night. looking after matters of legislation friends. Mrs. Pat McDonald and daughter, affecting their office. Rev. W. L. McEwan, of WilmingMrs. Wm. H. Hampton and daughH. Miss Jennie, returned Monday from Hon. I. T. West and Mr. R. L. ton, Delaware, was in the city yestor-dayo- n ter, of Ashland, are visiting Mrs. a month's sojourn at Old Point Com- Grlnstead leave his way to Webster Groves, a afterJ. Hyde. , fort. noon to attend the meeting of suburb of St. Louis, Mo., where he Mrs. Anna Murdock, of Louisville, Mrs. Ray Byrum and children, who the Grand Encampment of tho G. has accepted a call to tako charge of is visiting Mrs. J. H. Williamson, near a Church. Will, is one of tho rising have been visiting Mrs. H. J. Hyde, A. R., at Washington City. this city. y young ministers of the Presbyterian for their home in LouisJudge Wm. Lindsay is in Chicago, Miss Linda HugheB came home leave on business connected with tho Church and it will not be long before to relatives in ville. this week from a visit Misses Maggie and Louisa Daniel Worlds Fair, of which ho is a Com- he is as popular as a pulpit orator in Lexington. tho west as he was in the east. His Mr. James Heeney and wife left returned Monday from a visit of sev- missioner at Largo, under appoint- friends here are proud of the record Tuesday afternoon for a trip to New eral weeks to relatives in Rowan ment from President Harrison. ho has made since entering the county. Rev. W. G. Neville and Mr. S. T. York City. ministry. Miss Maggie Chambers, of Cincin- Fortune havo been attending the Mxs. Sunbeam Hem stead, of Spring Darby's Prophylactic. Station, is the guest of Miss Laura nati, after a visit to Mrs. Leslie Col- meeting of Louisville Prosbvtery lins, went to Mt. Sterling Tuesday to jn Louisville this week. Mr. Neville Oraddock. Will Use itin every sick-roowas elected Moderator of that body. friends. keep the atmosphere pure and Miss Ruth Ely went to Danville Visit Mr. M. J. Downey, who has been wholesdmejremoving all bad odors Tuesday to resume her studies at Mrs. Rebecca Worthington and Kearns, of Covington, are visiting his mother for1 the past from any source. Miss Laura Caldwell College. visiting Miss Margie Dudley, at the month, has accepted a position with Will destroy all Disease Germs, Mrs. James Welch went to New Capital Hotel. Mason, Hoge & Co,, Chicago, and infection from all Fevers and all York Tuesday to make her fall and Dr. W. P. Banta went to Louisvillo started for that point Thursday last. contagious diseases. winter purchases. Mrs. Sam Bush, of Louisville, who Monday to attend the lectures at the The eminent physician, J.MariDr. W. E. Baxter is out on a pleasure Medical Department of the Louis- has been the guest of Mrs. George on Sims, of New York, says; "I F. Berry and Mrs. Cornelia Bush, of trip to the East. Ho will be absent villo University. am convinced that Prof. Darby's two weeks. about Mrs. George B. Hippoe, of Des' 'this city, loft Monday for Chicago ProphylacticFluid is a most valuMrs. Fulton oUIn W O f j 4 A ' Misses Mary E. and Lizzie A. Sulli- - Moines, Iowa, who was formerly Miss where she will visit 21 UUIC UI31IHCV.IUIII, ' van, or Minnie Polk, arrived Tuesday to visit Gordon. liouisvnie, are visiting reia. Mies Todd Saffoll, ' Mason fruit jars at Jno. T. BuckMr, and Mrs. Henry Ahlor enter tlves in this city. ley's for actual cost. Pints 65 gents " Rev. H. G. Henderson returnod tained Wednesday night In honor of a dosen. quarts 75 cents a dozen and Mr. Clint B. Leigh, brother of AsTuesday evening from tho Kontucky , their guosts, Miss Hawkins and Miss one-hai- r gallons 85 cents a,dozen. sistant Secretary of State, Ed. O. t. SLeicbweni to Owensboro, Thursday Conference at Middloaborough. Mr.; TrlnWo, of. Louisville, Dancing to i in-th- is rtuPofRc;fr r m Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant ml and refreshing to the "taste, aud acte J$ gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys i'J&j uiver aim .xjcweis, cleanses me sys- - ;r:& aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the? amy reineuy oi lis, Kina ever pro-tluced. pleasing to the tuste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in ite effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable eubstances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most remedy known. 'ovrun of Ficrs is for sale in 50? and $1 bottles Dy alL leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on band will procure- it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. r ' ,v Aj f ,' V ,' ,. i i . .: ' j Win-tersmit- h, vi SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Louisviue, MIHYL, r. new york, v.r. BHA1N 5S3& MJM"IJiJgntgATfrr3BS B. C. WKST'fl NERVBAND BRA.IN TjUCA- Tn guaranteed specific for Hjsterln, Dizziness. Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. Headache. Nervous Prostration caused by the uso of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain resulting In Insanity and leading to misery, dec.iy and death, Prenmture Qld Age. Barreness, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermatorrhoea caused by of the bmln, or Kach box contains ono month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes for f 5 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. To cure unv case, WlthacUorderrecelvedbyus for six boxes, accompanied with $6.10, we "'will n self-abu- se D. ment, J ! - 5-- ly to-da- send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE & GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, ' , 1'ranklort, Ky, $500 Reward! We will pay the above reward for any case ot , Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick IIeada:he,In- - ' digestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot' cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the V directions are strictly compiled with. They are Vegetable, and never fall to give sutlsfac- - ;r Pon. Sugar Coated . Large boxes, containing SO 25 cents. Bewar." of counterfeits and lml- -, pills, to-da- iatlons. . The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. For sale by all druggist. lG-l- MANHOOD RESTORED. Wonderful Spanish Xlftuedri Is sold with a. Written Quaranta 1)1.' Wakefulness, "SANATIVCS" tf to euro all Nerroui tOKI, euch m Weak Memory, Loss of ttnln. all drains and loss of power of the Gcnerattvo Organs In Nervousness, e, Power, Headache,. LostMan-hood, Photographed from life. JU..All VJ lll.aia M OMMMmHHHMWHHMVHI CllUCF OVA. V.UBVW til. youthful Indiscretions, or tho exctMlre ae of tobacco, opium, or etlmulaiits, which ultimately lead to Infirmity, Cunmmptlon mid Insuultr. Put up in conrenleut form w carry In tho vest pocket. Price ft a package, or 6 for 15. With every 5 order we give a orer-eitrtlo- Before & After Use. - ! 4 4 money. Sent by mall to any address. Circular free in plain envelope. Mention this paper. Addicts, MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Office for U. S. A. JM Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL, FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KY BY written guarantee to oure or refund the P ft ugut iiM CARPENTER, DrUflQiSt Sotjttl-- i 13-l- z-i- Blda, ; n.v i :.jm ",'t i ZDMEUEIEKZH vmMiiwmMmm "WWSWWIP' wf i.jj Vf Wi tFall Woolens mi'; ; . 1 j W to , Fall Hats it, , Just I Fall Neckwear! m, swjk i -- X! VS ra LTJ We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement, which they may wish made.1 HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! pfflentucky Buggy and Harness Works Beligious. Southern Presbyterian Ohurch JRov. W. G. Neville will occupy his A Guaranteed Cure for Piles or whatever kind pulpit morning at 11 or degree External, Internul, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Recent or t'eredltary. This o'clock and 7:30 p. m. Remedy has positively never been known to fall. tin- - T CURE pre-pai- Is the place to buy. . Farmers, you can buy Jtiev. W. &L mw. Bk & You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first class style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 , J less than ever beiore. .h.very thing sold at wholesale prices. y Rev. E. A; Peobent and Hon. J. O.Johnson, the - h' Penick, the rector, will occupy ple's Party nominee, viz: pulpit morning iis Lexington, Ky., Sept. 12. SUCCESSORS TO O. & CO. at. 11 o'clock and in the evening at To the Republicans of the Seventh Dis7:30. trict: In pursuance of the call made bv Rev. W. 0. Taylor will assist the the republican Congressional Com- Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. 'f. Lexincrton a jastor of Dry Run Baptist Ohurch, mittee at 10, meetinir in purpose 18"92, for the of Scott county, iri a protracted meet- September -holding a convention to nominate a IKC-AV-IE ing, which begins in that Ohurch on candidate for Congress in the Seventh E3ZD. March Sunday, the 25th inst. District. The Republicans of the different counties in said district are reOhkibiiam Ohurch Rev. "George quested to elect delegates to the conDeaths. to beheld JDarsie preaches at 11 and vention Thursday, in the city of FrankSeptember-29fort on at 11 Mr. and Mrs. John Epley's infant 7:30 as usual. o'clock a. m. Basis of representation Services will be held in the Lecture shall be one delegate for every one child died "Wednesday and was hundred votes, or fraction over fifty buried Thursday. .Room. A Mon- votes, casf for Presldont Harrison in Christian Endeavor Society child of Mr. Lucien 1888. Delegates to the District ConWilliams, of Newport, formerly of day evening at 7:30. vention wJJl be elected on the call of county committees in tho manner this city, died in that city Tuesday Oatuoiuu Church The usual designated in said call. and was buried in the cemetery here R. A. Hancock, services at the Ohurch of the Good Chairman Seventh District Commit- Wednesday. will be conShepherd ,Vt tee. The sad intelligence was received ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, J. W. Walkjur, Secretary. in this city Sunday of the death of t A tho pastor. . At the mooting of the committoo Mrs. W. B. Quinn. The deceased High mass at 8 a. m., low mass which ordered this call, the contest had gone to Louisville to the Norton at id a. m., and vespers at 7:;io p. m. between tho two county committees Infirmary to bo treated for a tumor in this county, that of which Mr. W. under an Methodist CnuRcn Rev. H. G. B. Robinson was made chairman, and which, McMurtry, operation Saturday by Dr. Henderson will occupy his pulpit to- that of which Mr. Richard Morris was Dr. E. 12. Hume, of Louisville, and had morrow morning at 11 o'clock and made chairman, was decided-i- favor boen successfully of this city,hemSEE GOODS GET' FRIGES removed. A in the evening at 7:30. of Robinson's committee. set in that evening, however, orrhage Sunday-soTioaty:30 a. m. which the physician in charge could Preparing Early. Tho Epwdrth League meets Tuesnot overcome, and by noon on "SunL. & N. Excursion Rates. day evening at 7:30 in the class room. ilIFEHs day death ended the patient's sufA car load of holiday goods arrived The L. & N. R. R. offers the follow ?U SSV on Tuesday via Kentucky Midland fering. The remains were taken to Baptist Ohurch Thb meetings at R. R., consigned to R. B. Jillson, jr., ,Jetts Sunday evoning.whorej from the ing reduced rates: SeDt. 27th and Oct. 25th. Harvnafc the Baptist Ohurch continue, with (Racket Store) and there is soon to jjmfflF husband, interest, Dr. J. M. Weaver, arrive a large flnport order of dolls, home of the bereavedon Monday the excursion, good 20 days, to points in flsBllwnBB rtfrMrTs4 by Aruansas, Texas ana muian Terrifuneral was preaohed of Louisville, arrived last Monday direct froni Poland, where the wages Rev. Dr. J. R. Sampey, of Louisville. tory, one fare for round trip. of a workman is equivilant to about S10 and has held two services daily. He 20 cents a day. Aug. 27th to Oct. 1st, Cincinnati In the cemetery of this city, all that great plainness and preaches w(th and return, account Latonia races, at MILES power to congregations that fill tho Mason fruit jar,s at Jno. T. Buck- was mortal of the deceased was laid j 53.62- to rest. Mrs. Quinn was a noblo r or lurtuur purwuuiurB appiy co house. Fourteen have united with ley's for actual cost. Pints 65 cents woman, strong in MWIWS$EJV V. W. Alexander, the faith and fortim 75 cents a dozen and a dozen, quarts church. Special attention is Agent. one-hagallons 85 cents a dozen. tude of the religion of Christ and to his subject for this afternoon: t. though death, bringing separation 'How may wo know that he Is from her loved husband and little aved." There will bo no services toForks of Elkhorn. THE SHORTEST AND QDICKEST boy, as present to her mind, she night. at 11 o'clock his announced her resignation to tho Rev. Hall L. Oalhoon will preaoh at subjeot will be, "The Great Propitiawill of Him, "who doeth all things FARM OV THE LATE CAPT. SAM Elkhorn 1 Steele, lying oa the Kentucky river, 9 miles tion," and in the evening ho wJJi the Forks of at 8 oolookChristian well" and looked boyond tho grave THE to lew Ohuroh and tobelow Frankfort. This property hiis a good togstown preach on ''Man's Great Need of Re- morrow morning at 11 o'clock. to the happy reunion in heaven. iinening 01 seten rooms; ail Kinus 01 outDiuiu-Int'2 tenement houses: 3 tobacco burns; Is well generation."' Cooper will occupy trio pulpit morning at eleven o'clock. No services at night. sample. J3. First Presbyterian Ohurch d $1.00 a box, G boxes, for $5.00;'sent by mail on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased nt one time, to refund trie $5 00 pa'rt If not cured. Guarantee Issued by J, W. GAYLE. nndLECOMPTE& GAYLE CO.. Druggists nnd Sole Agents, Frankfort, Ky. Call for BUGGIES, HARNESS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS -- A.T "WHOIjESAXjE PRICES. Jan. lC-f- Episcopal Orurch I 1 CRUTCHER e. . SrOTTIK ST IB-Cra-CK- ZELIlSTI' 20-t-f , Ffanffl Furmture manofaetuii Bo. four-year-ol- d Have opened Sale Eboms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. . 1 HP HD ol k un-abatl- ng n n ffifflf as J , t. I 94BBBSBk 1 in-'it- ed lf 2-l- To-morro- w FOR SALE. to-njg- ht s; Umi Glad Tidings. When Baby was sick, wo cave her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When she became Miss, she blung to Castorla. When she bad Children, she gave them Castorla. .. The grand specific for tho prevail ing malady of tho age. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Rheumatism, General Debility, etc., is Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This great herbal tonio stimulates tho digestive organs, regulates the system to vigorous health and energies. Samples free.' Largo packages 50a 46 Sold by Chapman & Williams. Oos-tlvenoe- The grief strloken husband and the watered and has one ot the best landings on tho river. A hirno motherless child will have the sym- truss for many portiona ol tl:e land has been In years, considerable patt of It bolus new. mid In line condition for tobacco. It pathy of the entire county. will be sold as a who e or divided Into two tracts. A, Time, 25 Hours. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. The shortest and Quickest. s, Curo For Paralysis. Possession civen on , the 1st of next March. For terms apply to L. B. il AIUUAL.L, Sept. Frankfort, Ky. . 17-3- BEPUBLIOAN Seventh Congressional District Convention. Rare Opportunity. Tho Queen & Orescent Route will place excursion tickets on sale to Tho following is, tho ofllcial call of Texas, Arkansas and Indian Terrigreatly reduced rates, on the Republican Seventh Congression- tory, at 30thf September 27th and August al District Committee for a conven- October 25th, good for return 20 days tion' to nominate a candidate for Con- from date of sale. For rates, maps ami information, call pn Agents gress in this district, who will oppose furtherQ. & O. Route, of Agent at of tho tho Deraooratio nominee, Hon. W, 0. your station, or address D, G. P Brockinrldgo, the pre lent inoum- - Edwards, G. P. A,, Cincinnati, O. Frank Cornelius, of Pnrcell, Ind. Ter., says: "I induced Mr. Finson, Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala For Sale. whoso wife had paralysis in tho face, to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Time, 26 Houra. Pain Balm. To their great surprlso WE OFFER FOR SALE OOR FARM the before the bottle had all been used Mill pike three O'Hara tarm),sltuated on Peak's and miles from FrankSolid Vestlbuled Trains, The Short line be- she was a groat deal bettor. Her face fort, Ky., containing 108 acres ot land, lyliiKon tween Cincinnati and had boen drawn to ono side; but the each side of tho pike. On westsldo the upland, nAirMrun, K.Y., Time,.juj Hours fence, about 80 Knoxville, Tkn.v.. Pain Balm relieved all pain and sore- ISO acres nil under good grass, well acres In cultiif vation, balance watered, with AS1IKVILLE, N. C, " 17 ness and tho mouth assumed its two tenement In houses, andoxcellent barn; also ClUTTlNOOQA, TXNN., H natural shape." It is also a certain good cow house, carriage house, cribs, kc; one of ATLANTA, 04., 15 " county; litis an orchard of the best wells cure for rheumatism, lame bapk, about a acres, In the fruit. The bottom land lies UUIMINUIUSI, ALA.. " 16 ' good Direct swellings and lamenoss. 50 on the east Bldoof the pike, containing Gi acres, port for ConnectlonsatNewOrieans-indShresprains, Texas, Moxlco and California. cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, all of which Is suulect to cultivation. We offer Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway this for sale to the highest bidder at the Court v!aGeoivtowin:15a.m..arrlveOl!iJlnnattlO:20 52 druggist. House door, on County Court day, llrst Monday In Farm (FOR-merl- y one-hal- f BROWN'S iJRON oures Dyspepsia, BITTERS Debility. October, nt 11 o'clock a. m. TERMS One-thicash, balance In one and two years, six nor cent, interest. ianhln sumi. annually, will sell lowland or upland separate It uesiruu. omo at 11 ociock a. m. MULUOLLANDJcBRO. By Jno. E. Kiutlkv, Agent, Sept. rd 17-b- t. a.m. All Depot, Cincinnati. J5. Quicker than any other inn. trains arrlv ititnnnrtfpnm Uiit.iiinniA. I ........ '1 3 . X. UUAllIiETON. D A., Chattanooga. D.JILLER, D. ',. EDWARDS. xnu.Ain?. Cincinnati, O. 9 p-.- ForRatoH. Maps, ace. .anaregf iZ ) I P.&ir ' 9 , . JiF k 4. i 2&A1&X. UFa-l- l y VFOlSXWSOINr -7- -xiJ-, ojf:e:iit a-n.- cl TX7"I:n.ter iNToTrelt tehir SL CO. :.& 3Z)ress vS On Wednesday, Sept. 21st COME .AJXTID JSEJES T'XBGESIVC The Lost Boy. Mr. John S. Pierce, jr., of Peak's Mill, has received tho following letters from parties in Lexington in regard to tho boy Curtis Lawrence, who ran away from his house last a ! -- W sa ' ttttAiNKFOET ROUNDABOUT, tetered at the or U90. A. post-offi- Mrs. Harrison 111. econd-cliu- uialluule mattor. at Frankfort, Kentucky LEWIS.. Editor and Pabllhuer. 17, 1802. FRANKFORT, SEPT. A Public Library. "Books we know Are n Hnnstnntlal world, both pureanrl pood; 'Round these, with tendrils stronu ns llesh nnd blood, Our pastimes and our lupptness will crow." Wordsworth. IM To the man whose taste or training has raised him to a plane in life fv iK KJ, V , i:'. V.- - where the highest standard of excellence in books affords him a pleasure thatlnothing else can equal, a public library is not a private necessity. It may augment his pleasures to place t within easy attainment a greater variety of good books than his purse may enable him to select from, but it can never deprive him of the power of finding a pure, healthy, invigorating exercise of the mind in such books as he may borrow or his taste, even at the sacrifice of other cherished plans, impel him to acquire. He may have read them once, twice or thrice, but, like a man who grows fondest of those friends whom he can trust and has known the longest and most intimately, he can turn again to them with the affection and confi dence which never failing joy and satisfaction in their company inspire. Where there is one man, however, who will fill this measure, there are hundreds who will fall short of it and seek diversion in idleness or from the weighty cares of life on planes less improving or ennobling. For these hundreds whose tastes may be strengthened by placing good books at their elbows for the asking and for the benefit of the children growing up into men and women, whose minds, if nourished on the most wholesome literature, may find higher sources of enjoyment in mature life than enfeebling or vicious gossip or the reading of romances love and in which an chain of happenings constitute the only merit, there ought to be a fund started in this city for the establishment of a public library. A few entertainments for this purpose might lay the foundation of an institution which generations to come may never cease to praise and bless. A email collection of books this year may bo the means of bringing an addition to e the stock next year from some library, and the succeeding year, insuring the success of the movement,may commendably prompt some worthy citizeu to leave his impress on the city's future by bequeathing to the cause at his death, a portion of his estate. In this way there may gradually grow up in this city a public library, which in its influence and power for educating, refining and elevating the reading taste and providing an ever fresh and y strengthening source of mental accomplish more good than language or time could fully record. As Sir John Herschel says: "Were I to pray for a taste which should stand me in stead under every variety of circumstances and be a source of happiness and cheerfulness to me during my life, and a shield against its ills, however things might go amiss and the world frown upon me, it would bo a taste for reading. Give a man this taste and the means of gratifying it, and you can hardly fail of making him a happy man; unless, indeed, you put into his hands a most perverse selection of books. You place him in contact with tho best society in every period of history with the wisest, tho wittiest, tho tonderest, the bravest and the nurest characters who have adorned humanity. You make him a denizen of all nations, a contemporary of all aos. For him tho world has been created.'' pri-vatrecre-ation,ma- weeks. Hp was dressed in common clothes, but had a nice suit of clothes ZEPxin-cipal- . with him. Said he was from Peak's The Truo Laxative Principle Aus. Mill and had lived with Mr. John Pierce I have not seen him since Of the plants used in manufacturing the middle of July. ' " BRED, SOON W ED." A. J. Oots. the pleasant remedy, Syrup of Figs, P. S. James Doyle and family, .'? has a permanently beneficial effect Dennis O'Riley. W. E. Oots. Howard on the human system, while the Oots and many others saw tho boy cheap vegetable extracts and mineral while here. Yours respectfully, solutions, usually sold as medicines, '' $ A. J. Oots. are permanently injurious. Being you will use the true Lexington, Ky., Sept. 8, 1892. Mr. John Pierce: remedy only. Manufactured by the Deak Sir I have seen James Doyle, California Fig Syrup Co. "STour 'u'tMik groceryman on the corner of Cox and Main streets: talked with his wife and children; all of them told me that Gone to New York for Goods. Curtis Lawrence was there frequentJuly2-ly- . middle of June the James Heeney, the South Side ly from theof July; that he until Lexlatter, part left grocer, left last Tuesday for New ington on a freight train going to " York to purchase his fall stock of Louisville, and had not seen him wtn fancy groceries. He expects to carry since. I also had a talk with Dennis boy often saw the the largest line of this class of goods O'Riley. He said he June up to the from the middle of Mr. latter part of July; he said he worked over handled in this city. Heeney says there is nothing in the a few days for the Lexington Pickknow market too good for his customers, ling Company; did not had notwhen seen he left Lexington, but is the only grocer in this city who him since the latter part of July. TtlTS SCHOOL FURNISHES THE ELEMENTS OF-Ajto the eastern market to goes direct J. 0. Bledsoe. dim X education fur boy.s anil young men who desire to enter buy goods and only buys from first-clawas with I, Charles Hamilton, houses, whoso reputation is a Curtis Lawrence at Lexington: we guarantee of the goods handled by left Lexington on the Gthday of July; we went then to Louisville, from The Fourth 'Vnnutl i begins next SEPTEVIBER, the 15th them. Louisville to Anchorage;' from AnCatalogues, address chorage to Lagrange; from Lagrange 1892. For Almost a Panic. to Benson; we stayed two days with Mr. Nathan Razor. He then left on While the Sells Circus parade was the 14th day of July for Bowling Frankfort. Kentucky. passing up Broadway Monday morn- Green, wjth fifty cents in money. Charles Hamilton. ing the switch engine passed along The following gentlemen saw him e and frightened the horses of a while in Benson: J. W. Polsgrove. team attached to one of the Aus. Robinson, Toll Bush. Fred wagons, causing them to rear and Hulett, Lou Tracy,' Jas. P. Hulett and plunge. The people standing in the J. 0. Cardwell. street watching the parade became Sells Brothers Circus. demoralized and ran In every direci n-tf. The wires from Loon Lake, N. Y., tidings of tho bear the sorrow-lade- n critical illness of the wife of President Harrison. The prayers of a united nation, irrespective of sections and party differences, will ascend in earnest pleading for the recovery of this noble woman who graces the White House, and so worthily wears the honors of her distinguished husband.- Dudley Institute. The thirty-thir- d June: Mr. John Pierce: session of the : Dtfdley Institute will begin semi-aanu- al here about the middle of June; slept in cooper shop every night for two Lexington, Ky , Sept. 8, 1892. Deak Sir Curtis 'Lawrence came For terms apply to SBFTjE&ftBBR 12th, 1892. WELL . GIRLS WHO USE well-informe- d, A POLIO m Aro Quiolsly Married. Try It In. i'. finipi S.'.s-iio-- 'm . FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. " $$ ss Collbgas and. "Universities. Undraw Fuller Casa. four-hors- tion without looking where they were going. A woman in the crowd got too near to the engine and was struck by one ofthe steam chests and thrown some distance, but es caped with a fey bruises. A little boy by tho name of Tommie Finn, who lives out on the Glens Creek pike, was knocked down and run over by the wagon, one of his legs being pressed against a stone as the wheels of the wagon passed over hlra. He was picked up and carried to Dr. 0. B. Ohinn's office, where his injuries were dressed. noon performance of Sells circus Monday, there were as many as 5,000 Though it rained at night people. and kept many from attending who would otherwise have gone, tho immense amphitheatre was quite well filled. To both performances there were probably more people than to any show that has been here for years. The audience Included It waB estimated that at the after- lilllllBISl I fill t I - .c A "'4 1 lli wmmmtisw MyflHU 11(111,11 lforalMM Bill Si (aHSHBHUHVBnH .-- 111U.I fl S Press Agent of Col. Clias. W. Seeley, the Circus, and Mr. went to the office, paid the doctor's bill for his services and sent the little fellow to his home In a buggy. Young Ladies Euchro Club. Peter Sells, one of the proprietors, The first of thft season's entertainments of the Young Ladies' Euchre Club was gfven by MisseB Margaret Dudley and Henrietta Blackburn In the parlor of the Capital Hotel Tuesday night. It was a happy gathering of the young people after their summer's recreation and all present entered into the game with a hearty zest. The prizes were handsome, a silver hair pin for the successful lady, Miss Jessie . Oalmes, and a silver paper cutter for the successful gen; tleman, Mr. Deleno B. Walcutt. Refreshments were served at midnight, after the conclusion of tho game. The following ladies nnd gentlemen were present: Misses Polndexter, of Mississippi; Orbison, Kearns, of Covington; Brown, Sawyier, Carrie and Salllo Holt, VanDerveer, Popper, Calmes, Johnson, Crittenden, Stanton and Bank Stock for Sale. Mrs. J. M. VanDerveer; Messrs. Farnsworth and Looney, of Lexlng- - Eleven shares in city banks, in lots ton; Grayot, Griffith, Howitt, Lindsey, to suit purchasers. Apply at this office. Rodman, J. M. andR. A. VanDerveer;, Clark, Craig, Alexander, Carroll, Buggies, carriages and harness re- Brown, Hinos, Blackburn, Shackel- g aired by the Kentucky and Harness Children Cry for Pitcher's Casforia. ford, Stanton. ompany. k ' not only the best resident portion of the city and county but such dlstln-- 1 Knott, guished sojourners as the Judges of the Court of Appeals, and Superior Court, nearly all the State officers and the members of the General Assembly. Wherever tho circus may go, it will perhaps not have a more select and distin guished audience than it had here Monday. The menagerie Itself contains animals enough for a well equipped zoological garden and Is more than worth the price of admission to citizens of towns and cities which have no such gardens in which the young and old may go to study history. As for the circus of three rings, where some splendid trapeze and acrobatic feats and disriding, plays of strength, bare-bachorse racing, hurdle leaps in tandem, pairs, threes, fours, Roman chariot races and other interesting sights were constantly engaging the attention, it goes without saying that while one circus is not much more than a repetition of another, Sells Brothers' Circus was considered far in advance of all like competitors for public favor that Frankfort has enjoyed for more than ten years. ex-Qo- v. kH July 80-l- Mi M blkUH Vail 1 1 E?&YJ ' dBH ' D UNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA ment apiili to H. Al. THORNTON. LL., CHABL0TTSV1LLE, VA. Next sonslon lieglnn 15th Sept, Coursenln Art, KiiKiiicerliiR. Lmv, Medicine. 'or unnuwue- Clmlrman. f J. . .Tun. HO-l- jr CHIHtt, JR, , Will practice in nil State Courts. Of. flee secoml floor, Custom House. t Aercini;! Slftft EoVt. S. Franklifi. ii-iy. .5t(lai fCff tf)TREET. s. i 1 1 OTPV - .. Frankfort, Ky. - .,- j. wmcr6mwelu yj ATTORNE L AW Y-A- T- maaiiiiasiiiaifflwji ii iiimMh s&s&xiSLSsMi RBAL BSTATB AGENT. m i 15-t- f. ;m WILL PRACTICE m THK COURTS 0 Vr Franklin and tht adjoining eountlM, will alio giro ipAciAl attention, to the purehai and sale of real MUte. eoltoctloa of nU, elata aud tne iecr;tlatinB of loans. innst-- i r . u (XtJ tt n 'si t rtJL i ;,.,. .,,. '. , . w. '; s! ,, ( r WWW ET3HSE5S3! 5 Hf DVCststin EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR FOR EVERY -- IDEua-ILiES E33 q:t Eyasy Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. Brotners. DESCIFTIOIT J3ST- THITSTG- 0 1ST "WHEELS WE GUARANTEE sell-shal- l Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Snr- ries and Light Carriages. The H.H.Babcock Co., Broom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Vic- X Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we be the torias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. 6th and the last on the 13th Inst., and the people and press are sounding an The fol oviug time table is now in alilrm to the whole country to quareffect upon the L. fc N. rond: antine and prepare to attack the inTBAINB WEST. No.231eavesFrnnkfort fi:f0 a. in vader. The large cities of the nation 17 leaves Frankfort No. !l:40 a. m are vigorously at work to guard No. 21 leaves Frankfort 3:00 p. m against the, entrance and chance for No IDleaves Frankfort..... 7:88 p.m. the disease to obtain a foothold in TBAINB EAST. the midst of their inhabitants, and it No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... 10:10 a. m. behooves Frankfort to wake up and 4:35 p. m. resort to every active measure of No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort ... 7.48 p. n. precaution which the law and gener'J:1S p.m. No. 22 leaves Frankfort Noh. -- 3, 17 And 21 connect at Lagrange al welfare will warrant. Clean up . 28nnd 21 connect the premises and streets and alleys for Cincinnati. at Anchorage for Bluo'mfield Branch. and plentifully distribute lime and W. W. Alexandeb, other disinfecting agencies over the , Agent. whole city. Beware of unwholesome, tinripe fruit, and neither eat nor rHAiNKFOKT ROUNDABOUT drink any food that does not come hot from the stove. Both water and milk should be thoroughly boiled, FRANKFORT. SEPT. 17, 1802. and even butter and cheese abstained froriU Under bucIi sanitary reguThe Rails Here. lations and a close watch kept for stray immigrants from the infected Two carloads of rails for the street railroad arrived Thursday from John-tow- cities and countries, the awful wave Pennsylvania, and three more of death may pass harmless over this cars are somewhere on the way. The city. company expect to begin the work of Wanted. constructing the road on Monday. Ladies and gentlemen suffering .Bought a String of Yougsters. with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottle of Otto's Mr. R. 0. Church, of Elkhorn Stock Cure, which we are distributing free Farm, this county, has bought from of charge, and we ctjn confidently Mr. JesBO Hambrick, of Scott county, recommend it as a superior remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Con11 head of colts, suckling and yearsumption, and all diseases of the lings, for 1,100. The youngsters are throat and lungs. It will stopa the get of Col. Hambrick and Frank cough quicker than any known remedy. We will guarantee it to cure Herdick. you. If your children have croup or X .BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. Quarterly Court Proceedings. County Judge Williams' Quarterly Court was in session this week. n cases on the There were docket for sums ranging from four dollars to an amount less than one hundred dollars. The case most vigorously contested was that of H. T. Shipp vs. W. O. Moore, of Peak's Mill, arising out of an attachment levied on a mare to satisfy an unpaid balance on account current. Mr. J. fifty-seve- s-- i TIME TABLE. J ACOB S WIGERT & COM Have Removed From the Batzell Building If tin i- cost 3-.ZDsr fcsu.'-bej- xi jm. rro - V mm - o-- Violett represented the plaintiff the Capital HotKl.and Mr. James A. Scott tho defencase was continued. dant. The JThey will nil this space with an entirely- new The case of next importance was short time. that of J. C. Sutor vs. G. W. ReyThe jury nolds, of Swallowfield. awarded a verdict of 75 for the A 101MD,i02MMSTSEl n, ' a -- plaintiff. Among others of minor interest were the following cases in which judgment for small amounts were rendered by default, viz.: James Powell vs. Jno. S. Rodman and the Corporation of Uniontown, Union county; Carter Hales vs. Jas. Bishop ; e W. J. Hughes & Co. vs. O. B. AND DEALER IN- -j ; O. E. Collins & Bro. vs. Diok Wiley; John Glore vs. Cart Bird; O. O. Kinney vs. R S. Wiley ; J. A. Duncan vs. John B. Harrod and J. M. Pulliam; Jung Brewing Co. vs. Ohas. PIPE AND FITTINGS. ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Pols-grov- DWARD CLAASSEH, PEJLCTICI. Plumber, GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Stubonrauch; A. Wallenstein & Co. GUARANTEED. vs. M. L. Smith ; J. Robinson vs.Wm. Opposite State House. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Collins; Mastin Bros. vs. Warren Clark. Thorough, Practlcnl Instruction. Graduates nssisted to positions. &T Catalogue FREE. Write to Bwiaess Collage, Bryant & Ohio, Statr op Lucas City op Toledo, ij ss County, whooping cough it is sure to give Will Elect Officers. . v instant relief. Don't delay, but get Frank J. Cheney makes oath that u i:-firm a trial bottle free. Large size 50c. he is the senior partner of the busifX: , of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing Frankfort Chapter No. 3, Royal Sold by Chapman & Williams. t ness in the city of Toledo, county 46 Arch Masons, meets in regular - and State aforesaid, and that said ,t monthly convocation on Tuesday firm will pay the Bum of one hunSold. Bonds K"i evening next, September 20th. The dred dollars for each and every case cannot be cured by regular annual election of officers oh- Thursday of Catarrh that Mayor Tobin received the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. will be hold and a full attendance of from N. Harris & Co., brokers, of Frank J. Cheney. the Companions is desired. Sworn to before me and subscribed 10,702.50, New York, a draft for being the amount realized from the in my presence, this 6th day of DeWhen Your Liver A. D. 1886. sale of nineteen thousand, five hun- cember, ") A. W. GLEASON. f r--, Notary Public. Is torpid and sluggish, you cannot dred dollars' worth of funding bonds 1 SEAL J .do business successfully. Everything sold by them for the city of Frankgoes wrong. You don't feel welt. fort. The above sale shows that the Hall's flntjirrh fhir is taken inter Consumption Cured. nally and acts directly upon the Get your liver in good working order "I of by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea, city's credit is yet good, as a blood and mucous surface of the sold. believe It to be one two tho best medicines The physicians, great, blood purifier and nerve premium of 202.50 was paid for the system. Send for testimonials, free. wife had consumption, bothyears ago. said my the I lungs ullectt-d-. 'MP. havo bad to send her outli for several springs to tonic. It has no equal as a health re- bonds. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. keep hrr alle, but since she has been taking storer. For sale at Carpenter's ' 8ST"Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. Uadam's Microbe Killer she has been rlcht at 2 Nice Farm. 11 home attending to her business, mid Is In better sErv South Side Drug Store. f "- Hon LOUI8VILLE. KY. Uui&iiiM ALL Two Farms for Sale. ADMINISTRATOR A SLewis, l oner ior bale OF THE LATE W. S. - TWO GOOD HILL FARMS. e One contains one hundred and acres, and is located on Stony Creek, one mile from the Creek pike. 75 acres Is good tobacco land, Flat and Is well Improved. Will be sold lu two tracts If desired. The other contains 100 ucres, lying on Flat Creek pike near Harvleland: 20 acres in timber balance In gmss and under cultivation. Ono dwelling, and 2 tenement houses und orchard on the place. Well wutered. For terms apply to W. P. LEWIS. Adm'r or J. K. LEWIS, Sept. Harvleland. fifty-thre- DISLASES .' I' 5 ST Bs Mr. L. B. Marshall, real estate agent, offers for sale in another column Col. O'Meogher Condon, U. S In- the farm of the late Capt. Sam Steele. spector of Government Buildings, It is .one of the best tracts of land who was here last week inspecting in that seotion of the county, and the government building, made his some one can secure a bargain in it ' raport to the department at Washing- by calling on Mr. Marshall. ton, and lefc for the West on Thurs-diMade a Record. "The daily papers of Sunday d announced his Budden death Satur-Messrs. Mangan & Darnell's brown ty afternoon on board a train en ' stallion Success, by Ownward, dam route to Montana f i by Harry Wilkes, trotted a mile at New Albany, Indiana, on Thursdaj', New Printing Office. in 2:26. Mr. W. 0. Routzong, of Kincaid, Notice to Delinquents. Kansas, has removed the material for a printing office .from that place to I have had five hundred blank pethis city and has opened an offioo in titions printed for the purpose of the room in the Fincel Block, on bringing suit against the delinquent for tho year 1891. Bridge street, formerly occupied by . In order to save the tho . the Ethel Tobacco Company. Ho coBt of a suit, which will in many will publish a paper devoted to the cases amount to more than tho tax, I havo sent out printed postal cards I interests of the People's party. warning them of my intention. Those who reoeivo such a card, Cholera in 'Now York. marked "last notice," will have suit The wires bring the dreadtidings filed against them tho first Tuesday taxes in that the terrible scourage has actu- areOctober, 1802, unless said paid bofore that time. ally made Its appearance in the oity L. F. Johnson, Poupty Attorney. of Now York. Five deaths from the eholera have ocourred in different quarters of the city, the first .on the Children Cry; for Pitcher's Castoria. y. Inspector Dead. Convict Killed. health tuan,she has been In 20 jears. "B. T. POOLE. Cedortown, Ga." h. a Several Diseases Cured. itteiln, -- i Late last Friday, Dick Farrell, a "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of xEa:EHaving been a sufferer from medicine. negro convict in the penitentiary, your lungs, bronchial affection and Indigestion, weak from McOraoken county, attacked an- after taking Microbe Killer all of the above other negro convict, Henry Johnson, symtoms have entirely disappeared. " ours, etc., "" THOS. L. DAVIS. from Hickman county, crushing the "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, Eu." skull of the latter with a chair round and inflicted some ugly gashes on his Asthma and Catarrh Cured. face and neck with a knife. The have been a sufferer from asthma and "I wounded prisoner died that nightand catarrh, for more than two years past, getting most ot my sleep sitting up In bed nrreclli ing In later Coroner Dehoney held an in- a chulr. 1 hate used one jug ot Microbe MAIN STREET, Killer, last three weeks have quest and the jury returned tho ver- sleeping1and fr the soundly and sweetly been 334 as a naturally, death at the child. I attribute my relief to the remedy, and dict that he came heartily recommend It FRANKFORT, KY. hands of Farrell. At the next term asthmatic or catarrhal to any one suffering from trouble. 'Respectfully, of the Circuit Court tho case of Far"EDWIN U. MUUIIK, M8TISQ0AUTT. HosTisqcurrm. rell will bo presented to tho grand V "Cashier in Daiik of Adalrvllle, Ga." jury and his trial follow the indictTever anil Flux Cured. ment. 1 Pkitiirulir, to-hi-s tax-paye- rs tax-pay- er Big Exoitement in Town. Over tho remarkable cures by the grandest specific of the age, Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer, which acts as a natural laxative, stimulates tho digestive organs, rogulates tho liver and kidneys and is nature's great healer and health ronewer. If you havo Kidney, Liver or Blood DiBordordo not delay, but call at Chapman & Williams drug store for u free trial paoknge. Largo size 50o. 40 "I cheerfully testify that after fiklng Microbe Killer for tllteendajsfum entirely cured, after being sick two years with malarial fever, and during which time I contracted othor diseases, ttux, etc. I was ntended during this time by three of the best doctors of the city without being bene"WM. DOHEUTY, fitted, "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. Lu." WuKlfldi WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Tnvuti fty MCHAMBM.TATL8BMB. Mr. ltadam's Microbe Killer Cures all Diseases by Itonunlng tho Cause. circular and the Send 2 cents stamp for Mlcrobo War, shows what disease Is umriwhut the remedy must be, und do, to cure It. Head It, circulate It and you" will the discoverer for saving your life. Address RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER. Nashville. Term. J,' W. OAYLE or LeCOMPTE & OAYLE CO. sole agents for Franklin coui.ty. VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. SOITD EVERYWHERE. CO,, BT.MOTL Jan, JG-l- wwst" T M M w FRUIT v CANS, - FRUIT JARS, i en JELLY GLASSES i , ; . : ;;,. 5 .s Prcelian Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers joa j At reduced prices. . Examine prices on Tinware. . Three quart bucket. Four quart bucket. Six quart bucket Eight quart bucket Two quart bucket viit 4udit uuv.m--1 . . . 'J . . . . -- .'..'.... ;.$. . i. . . -. .- . . . . . . ,. : ...... ... . . . . . . ; ... . 5 5 . . , cerus. ct . .' . io 10 15 "' ". . . . . . , . . . : . . '. 20 " " ' J S $j quart DUCKer. . One quart coffee-po- t Two quart coffee-pot- . Three quart coffee-pd- t Fouf quart coffee-po- ....... .'.... ;..'. .''...'.v.'. '.".'. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,.- - . . . t. .... . ' .,.'-....- . ......... ..,.; . 25' 5 1 . ft 1 e r(; . . .i .' ';.' 10 10 15 ' . . . . ', I03ELOE5Xji3LlKr IDEl.ESSSESn.'VIlrOr JESLESTTXjESS- Fo ur qt., 30c; 6 h qt, 40c; S qt., 50 c; 10 qt., 55 c. 12 qt.. 60c; 14 qt 65c; 16 qt., 75c; 18 qt, 85c.; 20 Work solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. qt, $1.00; 24 qt, $1.25. Roofing, Guttering and Job, JOHN T. BUCKL TBAINED SEALS. Co., is Mr. bSkkqsJ announced to take place late Have Animals More Than InstinctP Sea lions are low in the scale of intelligence, and yet aUSells' circus Monday these animalB displayed training that naturally raised in the mind the oft contended question as "to whether animals were endowed with instinct without the power to reason. The seals beat drums and ceased beating when the trainer spoke to them, excepting one acting as the clown, which,, upon the trainer turning his back, and contrary to his expressed command, continued to beat his drum. The clown seal also picked a guitar while the largest of the quartette barked a song which, upon the trainer's request for the chorus, suddenly ran down into a series of short coughs. Nearly everyone has Witnessed or read of the wonderful training of birds, monkeys horses and hogs that perform all kinds of astonishing feats upon a mere word of command, bat many will doubtless recall the pack of trained dogs that in their performance at the old Louisville Exposition on' Fourth and Chestnut streets about twelve :' years ago, among other things, furnished undisputable proof that a dog can count. One dog in particular was told to roll over on the floor Ave times and ho did it by rolling once, twice, two times, three times, four times, five times. The trainer said that any one in the audience could designate a number not above ten for the dog to roll over, and eight was Buggested. The dog performed it successfully as he likewise did three, six, seven and nine. Was it inBtinct that taught the dog when to stop rolling at the required number of times, or was it not the same 'power to reason that tells a boy in school that one and one are two, two and one are three, three and one are four? Numerous remarkable stories are told ' of docs and horses that certainly go in October. CITY COUNCIL. Philip Schiotinger and Miss Mary Neva McCoy were married Tuesday afternoon, September 13th, at the home of the bride's parents on the South Side, Rev. George Darsie. of the Christian Church, performed the ceremony. The attendants were Mr. Phifip P. Doll, of Louisville, and Miss Virgie Nelson, of this city. For many years Mr. B. F. Thompson, of Des Moines, Iowa, was severely aifiicted with chronic diarrhoea. He says: uAt times it was very severe; so much so that I feared it Would end my life. About seven years ago I chanced to procure a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It gave mo prompt relief, and I be'lieve cured me permanently, as I now eat or drink without harm anything I please. I have also used it in my family with the best results." For sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist. 52 The Kentucky Midland and Fuel Gas.' Capital City Business i College. M . r Mi V.i The City Council h&ld an interesting meeting Tuesday night and passed upon measures of much importance to the city's welfare. A Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, sewer was ordered to be constructed in Ewing street. Petitions were granted to ' Turner Winkler to transfer his grocer; license to John S. Marshall; to li. Buckner to build a frame house on Thos. B. Ford. President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. Hi Elliott, the extension of Holmes street; to W. Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. 0. Williams to transfer his grocery license to Marshall & Peyton, also for a bar room license to Fred Sutter-li- n Styor,thand, in the stand lately occupied by Business writing, Business Correspondence,1 John Driscol. The petition of the Book-keepinTypewriting, Commercial Law, Peoples' Grocory Company for a Grammar, license was referred to the liconse Arithmetic, Spelling, etc. ' g, ;? u sailles turnpike, about three miles T,ho Old Original Remedy. from the city. The ceremony was Sick people should not bo deceived impressively solemnized by Rev. Geo by pretenders who talk about ," Nancy Hanks. DarBio, of the Christian Church. The "germs," 'bacfiilli," &c, to couple were attired in travelling sen cneir preparations, tnuB prevent 0. dishing comet. Nancy Hanks! original Inimitable creiturel Wiokliffe Chapman, E. E. Hume, W. toilets, the bride wearing an elegant ing people from buying the Microbe There are no flies upon your hanks tested "Radam'e L. Pence, J. M Frazeo, J. Proctor blue cloth dress and the groom a Killer"medicine.you Or any other feature. what is now. Enough to daze n world of cranks, Knott, Fayette Hewitt, and M. p. handsome frock business suit. Im- and for isyears has need. It making Your magic way of (lying; Gray, their successors and assigns, to mediately after the ceremony the more cures than all been, Above, beyond all equine ranks, lay and maintain pipes, mains, cuests sat down to lunch, after which combined. Bead theirother remedies No chance or now denyhu. advertiBementf a dozen banks You're better than meters and machinery for the manu' m this paper. Don't be deceived. Of souvenir facture and distribution of fuel gas, the happy couple took their depar We'll crown you with our proudest thanks the maximum price to consumers not turo for Chicago. They will return And sweetest floral collars. There's royal purple for your flanks to be greater then fifty cents per 1,000 to Louisville their future homo and If you have a buggy, carriage or And d il ty golden sl'ppers. cubic feet, and the right conferred to for the present, board at the Gait sot of harness which needs repairing To trrnl o're uaught but rosewood plunks continue until revoked by the mayor take it to the Kentucky Buccrv and Deneath tan o,ueen of clippers. Do ss you will jour playful pranks and councilon twelve months, written House. Harness Company on east Broadway. Meet ou'y approbation. notice ordered by a resolution passed The groom is a sbn of Col. S. F. J. Ail wonc promptly executed. s his no blanks-Ea- rth Your list of by a majority of the councilmen Trabue, of this county, and an cries Its admiration. We drink Ions life In g lion tanks eiect at two successive regular meet, with a practice at Louis- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria! To metorlc Nancy. ings and signed by the mayor. The The broken chain or record clanks, was unanimously passed. ville which promises him a future ordinance Snapped by our necromancy. And ns your speed "udi second yanks An ordinance to accept from the career of honor and prosperity. The 8 I aV'W."flrrTW lUrt ja wrlttiD rat jrtt? if you dlwuter. And records mstt Frankfort and Versailles Turnpike bride is a daughter of the late Mr. We set our clocks by Nancy Hanks, hrn't, nlidom Company that portion of their road For Tijnf's no longer master. nd lnUlllccnt Sam South, who was the eldest son of (5eo. W. Bowen, EIkIii, Mm In Chlcajo Horselying in the city limits was referred HeTV winflaaiMSwAJWrtflB ambition sufffvit 1 wiltt man. to the committee to report at the Col. Jere South, deceased, the keeper 'promlit you tar ptmi, ptnontl meeting. next of the penitentiary and a politician un- ittentlon. lertAki to brltflr The Mayor's message on the Ken- in his day of considerable influence Bucklen's Arnica Salve. tech ny ftlrly i I intelllrant utnon tucky Midland delinquency of 23,000 frl ofttthentitho The best salve in the world foi interest on the company's bonds and power in the State. She is a procan nd M' write, rtad wh&. given to the city as a guarantee for nounced brunette, tall, and strikingly and Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ther Inunction, the city's subscription bonds, and handsome iu face and figure, and, ill wctk Indui- Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, also the right of the city under the riouilr. how to d ini Tlirti like her sister, Mrs. Hume, wife of Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns terms of the contract to representaDolls. a e " .. rear in tnali own tion in the company's directory, was Dr. B. B. Hume, of this city, enjoys mi Ocalitlai. whara. and all Skin Eruptions, and posiaver they lira, f most intel t'o will alio tum'jt far towards proving the theory of tively cures Piles, or no pay re- referred a committee consisting of the reputation of being a young lady; Iho altaatlon the Mayor,. City Attorney and, Counemployment, if reason in animals, and if they have quired. It is guaranteed to give cilmen Staten, Mastin and Darnell, ligent and which you can whose mind is happily harmonized to earn that reason that is manifestly greater in perfect satisfaction, or money re with power to agree upon the best Ur kSr Ob K",. I eham amount. nothlnr J SSpSvSoV and receive noth and intelligent service than funded. Price 25 cents per box. settlement that may be had for the all the refinements and tender graces . power ing unleta not to interests at abore. in an idiot person, who is not denied For sale by SouthSide drug store, city's the city'sbutright to recede of a lovely womanly character. She Kothlnr difficult repre- will adorn the home and circle to from tw learn, or that the attributes of a human being, all sentation in the directory. The comrequlree much P. H. Carpenter. time. deelre but mittee are required to report the re- which she has been transferred. one perion from is it not possible that they may each dlitrlct or Those present at the marriage aaaxHUBBX a.V ajv-sult of their work to the council county. I hava chance to have a soul also? i53W-5'- 'r.rl t.n.hl n.4 were: Mrs Annie South, mother of. Cheap Rates to Washington and within thirty days. provided with emIndian, which Pope says. The The matter in dispute between the the bride ; Mrs. Hume, sister of the ployment a large Baltimore; ntiml.ar wtn ra admitted to that equal skjv ' But thhiks city and the gas company was not ' rh,,e Ibou.iml a Tear, bride ; Col. Trabue and wife, parents mMn O"'Full partlculare DollaraAtler youeach. All laIfnew, His futhful don shall bear him companr' aolld.ejra. brought up. The gas company's bill know all, will sell for lighting streets for six months of the groom ; Messrs. Ed. F., Robert Wclude to ro no further, why. no herro ia done. Addreee, yon The O. AUE., JUox 4S0, Auuiialu, Mulue. may not be altogether wrong after tickets Kentucky Midland to "Washington and return was 2,100. The city claimed Deo.C-ly- . all. September 13th Jo 20th at $13.20 for the gas company owed 1,200 on that and Will Trabue, of Louisville, broth the ers of the groom Mrs. Ed. Trabue ; To say the least, though an animal the round trip; and Baltimore Sep- purchase price of the plant 40,000 19tb-sa& OHIO R'Yr price. tember can not express in words its sence of Account 15th to Army Encampment and also 937 for one year's taxes on Miss Alice Trabue, the groom's sister; CHESAPEAKE Grand 75,000 valuation of property. This Dr. Berry, of Louisville, the groom's need, sorrow or pain, its susceptiblll and'Naval Veterans' Reunion. would make the gas company owe uncle Mrs. Eudora South, of this to such high training will push the ty 0. D. Beroaw. YORK, PHILADELPHIA, the oity 37, and until thero is an adMrs. ShanG. F. & P. A. accepted theory of instinct so close justment of the matter, Oity Clerk county, the bride's aunt; Jusand .all Eastern Cities Payne is withholding the warrant non, of Henry county; up to the line of reason that not even casuists can for the gas bill and the gas company tice Hargis and wife ; Mrs. Kate MarKing's Royal Germatour. the finest is threatening to turn off" street tin, of Louisville ; Mr. Wni. Simpson LOUISVILLE, show Yhero instinct ends and reason lights. Action will probably be and wife, of Jessamine county; Rev. Shortest Line between EASTERN LEXINGTON nnd the medicine of the taken at the next meeting of the begins. century, Its phonominal success as POINTS. George Darsie and wife; Prof. T, M. Oapt; W. A. Abbott, who has long a seller and favorite with the people council. Time card In effect Sept. 14, 1892. ; County Judge WilTurner and wife been with Messrs. Percival & Hatton, is the acknowledged wonder of the Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. KA8T MOUND. liams ; Judge and Mrs. Caswell Ben Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, medicine world. Based upon the Mrs. JoBoph H. Iowa, and is one of the Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, Lve. Lexington? Des Moines, nett; Judge and V 7:26 A. M. Act on a new principle regulating Lewis ; Judge Ira Julian, Mr. R. W. Flint Mull. No. 23 hnat nmvn and most respected busi modern, and at once popular, comMt, Sterllnp Accommodation, 20 m the liver, stomach and bowels 'nessmenin that city, says: "lean mending itself as a necessary house the nerves. A new discovery.though McRery, Mrs. Fanny M. Trabuo, Vestlbuled Express, No. 24 No. . . 11:45 a, m C:10p. Dr. good qualities of Cham- hold remedy. It advertises best by Moreheud Accommodation No. 28 . . . . 0:30 r. if testify to the berlain's Cough remedy. Having its use. Specific for all Catarrhal Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Mrs. Suo Rodman, Mrs. Pattie WK8T UOIW1). used it in my family for the past eight diseases, a Nerve Tonio and Blood bad taste, torpid livor, piles, constipa- Wright, Mr. Wm. Cromwell, Misses years I can safely say it hus no equal Purifier. It is without doubt the tion. Splendid for men, women and Joe Murphy, Rebecca Averill, Nellie Lexington accommodation, No. 27Arr.. Lexington. , . . a. m, 25 children. Smallest, mildest, surest. LouUvllIo Express, No, 21 12:80 p. m. for either colds or croup." W. and CO most reliable germ doBtroyer in 25 cents. Samples free at Fellmer, Carrie and Amelia Weitzel, Lexington Accommodation, No. 25 . . ,U.'5imi, Gayle, and to the extent that the 60 doses for cent bottles for sale by J. :10 p.m. 62 and May Talbott Dudley, of this city; Veotibuled Express, No. 2!) theory is correct, King's Royal J. W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. f .druggist. germ Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining durs No is the remedy. It is no Mrs. Charles E. Hogo, Attorney-GenerTrabuo-SoutBun transfers Matrimonial. acoident but is the result of fifteen Through Hendrick and wife, and Misses ehunge. Sleepers from Lexington without years fltudy of modioal genius. For Mattle B. Crutcher, Eva Hoge and 11. W. FULLER. Mr. S. F. J. Trabuo and Miss Annie 10 O.B.RYAN, The wedding of Mrs. Alice B. Orbi- - Bale- - by Chapman & Williams. county. Ass't GenM. Pass. Agt. Gen'l. Puss. Agt South wore married Wednesday af Leona Jett, of this daughter of Mr. Hiram Berry, D. a. Washington, son, Cincinnati, 0. ternoon, at 2 o'clock, at OSOARG. MURRAY, and Mr. Geo. H. Watson, Seoretary-Treasur- Children Cry for Pitcher's (Jastoria. of the bride's mother the residence Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria. Trafno Managar. on the Ver George T. Stagg "Mi-crobl, half-dollar- committee. A petition to regulate the city clock so that it will keep standard time was, on motion of Councilman Collins, laid on the table by a vote of veas 4. navs 2. Councilman Mastin, from the ordinance committee, reported an ordinance granting the right of way through the streets ana alleys and across the bridge to Messrs. B. O. Milam, S. B. Holmes, D. 0. Crutcher, Night school from September to June. The backward pupils cncourn?cd. The advanced student Cetilogue In preps. Application made for Incorporation. finished. UlpioinasiiwardcU. We h.ive the bert home school of business In the State of Kentucky. I lov-r- 15-t- i. attor-ney-at-la- w . NMhL'4 iiKH r. 1 I CW Tbou-an- I -- well-informe- d fltft Wl7 iy. iawLy6y BeEiP V ft-e- " k- 5-- iy 1 al- m 5 mo 5 Ef ex-Chi- hair-splittin- g - in, y , I t a.-0- ox-istan- 5-- ly G al h. er m'y. of the " '..- .I. ,.; ,., ' ., ,; , fc K- vj'':,;.,;,., V ' . ';rJ0 . tinrafa im SSI - I 6- - E. pf . . ZEHAGEN, 6.Opticism., of IkTe-w rww ocfc2cWW OiB-if .(. "STorls. in l X ' r; . ' "". (Cut Showing fraraejtoo Lnrgo.) CORRECTS ..auuu1Cm,C,ai all errors of refraction scientific illy and examines the the Oculist Test Case, Opthalmascope, Retinoscope, r KENTUCKY - TT ft si ' jf; etc., free of charge. Senses ground to 'orderand frames made to Tuesday, Wednesday, - TEfl'flfiD OflflGE SPOOLS, (SO?E:EXjI3TC3- SILVER) A .' SELBERT'S, ;''? P'JPi. t ""iV. 4th, 5th, And two days each month- thereafter. Glasses as low as so cents. The best assortment of Gold Evp 'Glasses and Soectacles to select froir. Monday,' October 3rd, tSge. ',K, t apllPO Tf trmitI linnrl lW. A. - VV IIWUU T , oltno Kuril ri-- tuafr cirrrir Klnro UIIU VWhJ UUJ II VS. 1.UW., tfltllllt IU.(7, nrA w m m VWM, glasses don't suit, come and consult me. THE LEADING JEWELEU, 233 ST. Top Drawer. Mr. Albert Chilson, sawyer at "Wakefleld'H mill, sustained painful but not serious injuries Tuesday by falling from a high tank at the rear of the mill. The Frankfort Safety Vault & Trust Company wasappointod by County Judge Williams on Wednesday the administrator of tho estate of the late S. S. Calmes. Hiram Weirman, in an altercation with Abe Gum Monday, on the corner of Ann and Broadway streets, cut Gum twice with a. knife. The wounds were slight. years of John Verhoeff, twenty-fiv- e age, nephew of Mr. H. Verhoeff, the grain dealer of Louisville, was lost in ' a glacier on the north pole expedition, commanded by Lieutenant Peary. ' General P. V. Hardin, at a public sale on his premises yes-- , terday, disposed of all his household furniture. He intends to board with his family in the city this winter. Tom Smith and Jim Graves engaged in a knock down affray Tuesday when Smith felled Graves, whose head struck the crossing. The wound rendered Graves insensible, but by proper attention he has entirely re, Ex-Attorn- ey OZ-.-A.I- 25 STI3EET. jyft r r, ' ft. ' J '4L k' William Steele, one of the gang of counterfeiteis brought to- this pity thiB summer from Jackson county and confined in jail under a bond of $2,000 to answer the charge at the January term of the United States x court, gave bond yesterday and was released. Rev. H. G. Henderson has been returned to the pastorate of the Metho-- ; disfc Church in this city for another year. His congregation are congratV6. ulating themselves that their former happy relations with their pastor will not be dissolved. Rev. Jos. Rand of Lexington succeeds Rev. H. P. Walker, D. D., as presiding elder in this district. jfc United States Deputy Marshal Con McOarty arrested Henry Quire, of 1 Shelby county, Wednesday on the charge of sending an obscene letter to Jack Esfces, of Harper's Ferry, Henry county. Quire was held over Jero South, formerly of this city, under a bond of $200 to answer before and son of Mr; Sam South, deceased, Commissioner W. J. Chlnn the last of has received an indorsement in Baxthis month when an examining trial ter county, Arkansas, where he reThe bond was given sides, by a will bo held. of the Demand the prisoner released. ocratic party in his district for tho Tuesday the House unanimously Arkansas Legislature, in which he passed the Stephenson revenu'e bill as signally distinguished himself at the amended in the Senate Monday. It is session two years ago.when the State merely an expedient to postpone the Treasurer's shortage was discovered. date of assessment under the Hewitt Jere was mado chairman of the comlaw from September 15th to November mittee to investigate the accounts of 15th, and leave the State, in case the that officer, and his report was so Legislature fails to pass a new reve- oomplete and comprehensive that it nue law, with a law in force to make was accepted without a dissenting the assessment for .1803. The bill was voice. signed by the Governor and became County Clerk N. B. Smith on Wedfa law Wednesday. nesday issued a marriage license to 'A The Democratic Club of this city John Roach and Mattie Roach, of e Thursday A license was also granted nnet at the night and a large assemblage of vo the same day to Wm. Middloton and ters wore present to hear the address Alice Jones, of Bridgeport, both inof Attorney General Hendriok, who mates of the county poor house. was the only announced epeaker for Middleton appears to bo an intellithe occasion. As the Attorney Gen- gent middle-agemanj who would eral did not arrive until late? Colonel soorn to bo dependent upon the charThomas B. Foard kept tho audience ity of the county. But how he proentertained for half an hour or lon- poses now not Only to support himger, and was followed by Senator self but also a wife Is a mystery Ogilvle, of McOraoken county, yho which the uninitiated made a stirring campaign talk until citizen would doubtless like to unthe arrival of Gon. Hondrick, who ravel. As there is no law to prevent spoke for more than an hour on the their marriage and none to keep party issuea tfind nomineeslfor Presl- - them in the poor house they were . I tV covered. dent and Vice President. Hi speech received tho losest attention and was frequently applauded." The club every will meet at the court-hous- e Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock. The Republicans, of the Tenth district at Mc. Sterling, Thursday, nominated Hon. Ohas. W. Russell, of Powell county, and in the Eleventh district at London that night, after forty-si- x ballqts, they nominated Hon. Silas Adams, of Casey, county, who defeated Hon. D. H. Colson, Hon. H. F. Finley and the present incumbent, Hon. John H. Wilson, for Congress. Last Friday, in Louisville, through some unknown agency, Mrs. James Austin, the keeper of a flat on Second street, near Jefferson, used for un lawful purposes, and Mrs. Sherrill', wife of Edward Sherrill, a drummer for B. F. Avery & Sons, whose reputation has heretofore suffered no reproach, were poisoned and died from the effects of it a few hours after eat ing their breakfast. Mrs. Joe Cole and Mr.Vincent Spaninger have been arrested on the charge of committing the crime. The first cabin passengers in the quarantine ships JNormannia and Oepheus off Sandy Hook, had considerable trouble in landing at Fire Island. The bay men or clam diggers held possession and resisted all at tempts to land the passengers. Gov. Flower, of New York, ordered out the militia and mado preparations to force the landing when further resistance was abandoned and the passengers who have been detained nineteen days in the ships were put ashore Tuesday night. Major Wm. Starling, of Greenville, Mississippi, who was born and reared in this city, has published a splendid scientific report with accompanying maps, of the Holland dikes, which he inspected recently for the United States Government with a view of making use of the points obtained from them in the repairs and construction of the levees along the Mississippi river. Major Starling is Chief Engineer of a 'division of that important work covering an extent of more than 200 miles. granted the license and allowed to take their departure for Lexington, where the groom represented he would be able to earn a livelihood. Assistant Seoretary of State Leigh, while rummaging in the vaults in the Governor's Office Monday, found the historic gold medal presented in 1818 R ROGERS Our Store for a New Ask at & SON, M We have only a few of them, by Congress to Gov. Isaac Shelby ,for gallantry at the battle of the Thames. The Librarian of Congress, in a letter to Gov. Brown, stated that the same Congress presented a similar medal to Gen. Wm. Henry Harrison, the grandfather of our present President, for like gallantry in de feating the British and Indians under Gen. Procter on tho Thames October 5, 1813. The medal weighs nine ounces and is worth as bullion about $105. It will be restored by7' Gov. Brown to the descendents of Governor Shelby. Right or Wrong. 5SSPI DnrM'! I - wewiaeasfunnaJJrighty Mrzef Way but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about gBISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone jvho lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. - Free to those who ask for it. Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. H Wlhch will we have? It does seem las If some folks prefer to hnve the last condition of the They perpetually liver rattier tuan ttie flrst. dose themselves with purgatives totally without virtue as alterative of liver trouble, llostettt r's Stomach Bitters is the successful candidate for the people's choice, and yet, popular and well known as It Is, there are unfortunates who keep on trying the drastic remedies of former days. It id to the Intelligent portion or tbe public that the well known and lout: tried properties of the Bitters appeal. suould be guided by experience In the matter of medication. "Ihe guide to our feet Is the lamp of experience," best said a great patriot of the early revolutionary period, and tbe exclamation Is pregnant with truth. For over a third of u century the Hitters dally has met with the endorsement of people Buffering from liver complaint, malaria, constipation, rheumatism, debility and troubles accoinpa lf nledby djspepsla. Latterly It has declared and been thoroughly approved as a remedy Its-se- GOOD THINGS if- ARE IN STORE FOR YOU, for "la grippe." Country Home. ing. mtro V The weather is delightful for visit- field. Mr. D. W. Bryant has been living a,t Cropper's for a month or so. Mr. W. O. Bryant, who has been very sick, is reported as improving at thiB Hurrah for the weaver and the wrarxmci nn, dpwcib mn ti'ovl'rxr OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. nrkATfc ' writing. Rumor reports a wedding , Madam in this section which will gladden tho hearts of many of 'the young damsels here shortly. Miss Lilly May Sudduth, Messrs. Willie .and Manly Ohism and Walter Mitchell spent last Sabbath at the home of Miss Nora Sudduth. Misses Cora and Hattie Sudduth, Messrs. Charles Gains, C. Columbus Chisrn and Harry Phillips were the day. Misses Lilly and Nora Sudduth, Hassle Pulliam, Messrs. R. G. and Jethro Sudduth and J. E. Pulliam visited the family of Mr. G. L. Mitchell on last Sunday. Well, we would like to tell the olty girls how pleasant it is to live in the country, but space and time will not permit at present, so we will defer it for some time later on. Mr. Harrison Semones was accidentally baptized a few days ago. Cheer up, old fellow, and whip up your mule and follow on. You'll overtake her after a while. Miss Ida Vaughn, Mr. Lyons and Mr. Lyon, of Lexington", made a flying visit to Col. O. B. Sudduth last week, and from the smile that bedecked Bannon's face he must have heard good news from his best girl. To Charlie : Thou hast left me, dear heart, Liko a boautiful dream, And I've sought thee in vain By the valley and stream. OUR STOCK hundietls 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. Vs-- IS LIKE A STREAM guests of Miss Pearl Pulliam last Sun- SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE So do sluggish stocks They become decayed. They are not fib for commercial use any more than decayed meat. Finally, they are known as "dead." CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER :t ' M is always flowing out and flowing in. IN THE BEST CONDITION and a constant flow of trade keeps a stock in best condition. We have no dead stock, because our stock never stands still. It A d . An-tioo- h. courfc-hous- DO YOU APPRECIATE THE ADVANTAGE .of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods ? J. you do, you can have that advantage by trading d I have breathed thy dear name To the winds floating by, And they answer me with But a deefiiy drawn sigh. w j' R. K. McCLURE, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books) &c with' hard-workin- g Pink and Rose. Many Persons are broVea down from overwork or bousohold care. itebuiids tho Brown's Iron system, aids digestion, removes exceM of bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine. Bitters . akwj-vi.,- . (V nt.' .." W rv V' 4 I0H GratfiHer & Starfcs. CRU1 LHcK & STARKS' cici r&s NECKWEAR, FALL, 1892. Royal Blue, Altantic Green, Fox Brown. See window. Fall", 1 1892 D U N L A P HATS. They are beauties. 1892 FALL 1892. Fall Announcement! In opening our doors to the public with our Qrarid Fall Display of MEN'S, YOUTHS-'- , See the new imperial hat, The Comedore; you should have one. 892, Great UNDERWEAR. variety, ' beautiful Will you see them? New shade. Children's suits, THEY ARE BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS. Fall patterns. GREAT. N. B. Sacks will be the leading styles; don't buy until you see ours. BOYS' & CHILD EN'S CLOTHING, See the great collar and cuff play. dis- Men's Hats and Furnishings, Ladies', Misses, Men's and Boy's Shoes, OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! Our second floor chuck full of them. All prices. Children's knee pants. See what 2Sc, 35c, up to $1.50, will' do. You w.ll be surprised. Men's M dress suits, coachman's suits, wedding suits a specialty. ....i. . MEN'S and BOYS' boots and Now dn't buy 'until shoes. vou see the stock. We are more ihan'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-hal- f dozen, the best in the. world, only Gruat variety other 50c." grades. - Trunks and bags, packjng trunks, telescopes. No hoilse in the State will show a greater line. LADIES' and MISSES SHOES. See our great window display. More styles than houses in the city. any two mm SiS 'bn..Lf! EKKEMCa CRUTCH ER FRANKFORT-- & AND- a -- I A n II 0,1 KHSBB LOUISVILLE. KXXZmZEzM I DANCING CLASS. STRAUSS CLASS IN M1 nowKATIE ut Capital Hotel, Days DAVfUVa. opn of Tuition, Monday, Wednesday w;iL,7;2r::xc2i? Electric Bitters. Rt m 1HU ,,.' m4 This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have' used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise, A purer medicine does not exist. fA li mi o " guuiauiLi.u lu uu an mat Electric Bitters will is claimed. ! 1L 13 .4- mr .4-v I 1 cure all diseases of the Liver and Kfdneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fev'ers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money efunded. Price 50 cts. and $ per bottle at South Side drug store. P. H. Carpenter. 5 "t was the name of a character song and dance, in which Messrs. Barlow Brothers, Rowley, Will. Gurach, Harry Freeman, Deamond Brothers SMALL DISTILLERY, NOW and Scoflold showed many new and A in operation, for salo cheap. Only 84.000. steps in the dance, and to A rare bargain. Apply to intricate M.T. MITCHELL, say that they delighted the audience Jan.23-tf- . Frankfort ky. irrmlfl ha nlif.f.inot ih milrUv. re- Ferrj the, fr0S mani " jell aiiharnnrinrorl KAivon , "" Moore's Poultry Remedy. "King ot .Novelty Wonders." The entertainment concludes with the Leon Brothers in acrobatic feats CURES WOYHBHe BUT PILES, and 'gymnastic gyrations and com pleteJy took the audience by storm. TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE A SUpE and CERTAIN CURE Nashville (Tenn.) Banner. 1 market. Postlvelypreentsand cures known for 15 years as tho BEST At the Opera House Wednesday, REMEDY FOR PILES. Prtp1rtdb7ItIClUUDBOK.TXTI.On WED. CO., BT. LOUIS. September 21st. FOR SALE. SOUR-MAS- TABLER'SDII C BUCKEYEIjLC iuociock ' and Friday mornings tat junis-t- f THK wv.....w. TMENT ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION Frankfort Manufacturing Company OF FRANKFORT, KY. Sec. 1. We, Grant Green, Cbas. E. Hoge, G. T. nincclej;, Grant Greei , Jr., and S. French Hone do herebir associate ouise ves together as 11 und corporate, undei ami by virtue of the statute laws or the State ot Kentucky, chanter 5C. acts of 18G9 and '7u, und amendments thereto The nnmn of this corpor itlon shall be the body-polit- ic It Slioiiiui House. Be very CHOLERA AND GAPES. t Barlow Brothers' Minstrels. their engagement at the Theatre Barlow Brothers' Minstrels opened Vendome last evening under the most favorable circumstances, as they were greeted by a crowded house. The "first part" is one of the LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS best that has been presented in this AND SUNDRIES. KET. city for many a season and includes, besides the many iokes and wit FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRET, Finest SODA WATER in Frankfort, ticisms, an unusual amount of really TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. April fine singing. The vocalists of the f company are exceedingly fine, and Sales on our market for the week "first part" were justclosed amountto 3,057 hhds., with in each case in the required to respond to encores. The receipts for the same period of 1.483 opening scene is one which will long hhds. Sales on our market since Jan "bo remembered by the auditors, uary 1st amount to 123,023 hhds. Sales owing to its rich hangings of plush of the crop of 1801 on ourmarket to OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the and fancy corded ropes, hung in date 108,011 hhds. We have had an exceedingly strong plushes of rare colors that Dlend together perfectly. The ''reception" and active market this week for all introduced Messrs. Barlow, Ed. and grades of burley tobacco although Fred Rowler, Barlow and Thornpson we have had very large offerings. in Lexington, ky.. as end men. Their songs and say- The extra fine grades remain firm at ings are new and funny. Len and the ruling prices of several weeks Saturday, Sept. 10th, 1892. Mat Deamond also took the part of past, and the colory grades have Saturday, Oct. 1st. 1892. end men, to the satisfaction of the shown some improvement, while the Saturday, Oct. 22d, 1892. auditors. Billy Barlow sang a Bong, medium and crood red fillers are sell Saturday, Nov. 12th, 1892. entitled "Mary, Mary," and was ing better than atany time for months a HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surelcal forced to repeat the verses almost past. The followfig quotations fairly operation and with little or no pain. baokwards.' so many times was ho ' encored.. "High Old Time," by Mr. represent ouf market for burley REEERENCES. James Barlow, was a really bright tooacco, crop 01 ihui: W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. gem, and to use a slang expression, Trash (dark) or damaged J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Ky. Dr, E. M. Gober, Frankfort. tobacco., $4 50 $5 50 "caught the house." Mr. Eddie J. T, Staten, Frunkfort, Ky. 7 00 Porcy's'rendition, "I have Recalled Common Colory trash... 5 50 V. Borberich, Frankfort, Ky. Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson, Ky. those Angry Words," was one of the Medium to good colory 7 00 0 00 ' A. H. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. trash choice bits of the first part, and well V. J. Hughes .Frankfort, Ky. 7 00 rendered. A little Bkotch, introduc- Common lugs not colory 5 00 David Mooro, Benson, Ky. 7 60 10 00 Barlow, Rowler Bros., Common Colory lugs Jus. M. Wlthrow,FrunkIoit, Ky. ing Messrs. Barlow and Rummell, was provoca- Medium to good colory DR. KELLEY'S ofllce a'niLresldence Is at 250 lugs 10 00 15 00 tive of no end of mirth. Thompson CluclniiWU, und where he may proved themselves mu Common to medium leaf 8 00 14 00 West Eighth street, of each week except s ATU and Bucklev be found every day Pamphlets describing these sicians of no mean order. Mr, Robt Medium to good leaf. 14 00 17 00 und the mode ot treatment sent free to diseases any one 17 00 25 00 by uddresslng Pierce has an excellent baritone Good to fine leaf. YV. I. KELLEY, M. d', success. or wrappery Select 259 V. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. voice, and won , 25 00 tobacco..'". 32 50 "Cinderella Jackson'8 Masquerade" CONSULTATION FREE. dr-'w'Qelley, J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps-burg- . -- . Pa., says he will not be without Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with Pneumonia after an attack of Get n trial box. "LuQrippe" when various other remedies and several physicians had S-S- T done her no good. Robert Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., claimB Dr. King's New Discovery has done him more WILLIAMS, good than anything he ever used for CHAPMAN & Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try it. Free Trial Bottles at P. H. OAitPBNTEit's Drug Store. Large DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION 5 oottles, COc. and 1 00 More then pays for Us use In the extra pradu tlon of A NOTED A. SPECIALIST! PI. 11.. 3E m j I STOW -- OF- POR SXjE LOTJISVIIjIjE, WHO JKZ"., HAS CHARGE OF THE ELECTRICAL surgical department of the Southern Medical und Surreal institute ut that city. By apecl'il request he will visit -- AT THE- - OAPITAL HOTEL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH, FROM 8 A. M. TO 3 P. M. ph:oeiti2i hotel, Returning every four weeks. Dr. btocRddle 1ms been connected with tho largest hospitals In this country, and bus no su perior In diagnosing und treating diseases mid deformities, lie will, give $5u for any case that bocui not telftlio disease und where .octited In flvo minutes. Treats nil Curable Medical and Surgical diseased, Acute und Lronlc Diseases of tho Eye. Eur, Nose, Throat und Lungs. Dyspepsia, Bright' Disease. Kidneys. Dlabetis, Liver, Bladder, Chronic and Female und Sexual Diseases. August, Iti'Ji. GRANT GREEN, Jf CllAS: E. HOfJK. GUARANTEE. Young to middle (J. T. BLACKLEY. jS uged men uttering from Spermatorrhea and GRANT GTIEEN, JR.? us the results of 8. FRENCH HOGE;u excess In mature years, und other causes, producing some of the following eilects. us emission, blotches, ueDiuty, nervousness, dizziness, conop Kentucky. fusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective Statu SOT. COONTT OK FhANKLIN memory und sexual exhaustions, which unlit tno I, N! B, Smith, cleric ot the county court" for the victim for buslnesss or murrlugo. are perma- county and State aforesaid, do certify that the nently cured by remedies not Injurious. foregoing urtlcles of Incorporation ot tho Frankfort Manufacturing Company was, on the 13th day BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, of August, 181)2, produced to tne lu said county Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, fall- and acknowledged before nio by Gruut Green, ing out of hair, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., Chas. E. Uoge, Grunt Green. Jr , and S. French mercury or any other Injurious drugs, Uonorrhcea. Uogo to be their act and deed; the same was Gleet, Stricture and ull Urinary uud Kidney again produced to me on this, the 16th day of troubles, are speedily cured by treatment thut has August, 1HJ2, uud acknowledged before me by G. never failed T. Blackley to be his net and.deed, whereupon the He undertakes no incurable cases, but cures same, together with this certtncute.huve been thousands given up to die. Remember tho dute duly recorded In my ofllce. and come early, as his rooms uro ulnuys crowded uiven under my hand this loth day of August, 1KW, wiiarever no siops. N. U. SMITH, 0. F. O. O. Correspondence solicited and confidential. A copy attest: B. A. BTOCKDALE. M. D.. Address. . u. a::mi, Clerk Franklin county Court. A pouttlve Epilepsy or Fits Cured. "Frankfort Manufacturing Co upany.' und under that name said companj may continue for 11 years from theflllngof these period urtlcles In the proper ofllce, and under that name power to contnet and be contracttd shall have with generally, sue and be sueJ. own such real and personal estate as it may deem proper, and have and ue a common seal andultersameat pleasure, establish and make ull rules and reuulatlqns deemed expedient to the management of the affairs of said corporation, and shall li'ive power to ilx the amount of th- - capital stock of sold company, to render the sha es or Interest of shareholders translerable. and prescribe the manner of lnaklng su:li transfers. SfcC.2. Theprlnclpil place of business of said corporation hhall be in wr mkfort, Ky.. or nt such other place or places as the board of directors may think lit for the best interest of the com pany. Sec. 3. The business of said corporation shall be the manufacture of wagon material ut Frankfort, Ky. Sec. 4. Tne capital stock of the company Is fixed at twenty-ttv- t thousand dollars divided Into shares of one himdn d dollars each, payable in such tails us the board of directors ma require, and the coroormimi miiv rninniHrmu hn.ino 'when live thousand dollars of stocic has been sub- Bcriucu iur iinu paia in. Sec C. The business of the corporation shall be conducted by a board ot nve dlrecotrs. who hall be elected by the stockholders from umong their own number on the first Monday In January, each j ear, and who shall hold their olilco until their successois shall be elected and qualify, und also by u president, secretary and treasurer, who shallbd elected annually by the Incoming board from umong its members on the flint Monday In January of each year, aim who shall hold their office until their successors shall be ele ted and quullfy. The board may till all vacancies lu lis own membership or lu imy office. The same person may fill the office of secretwry mid trots- urer. Until the first Monday in Jnnuaiy, 1KU, uhd until their successors shall be elected una qualify, the above named Incorporators shall constitute the bourd of director. Seo. 0: The highest amount of indebtedness or llublllty to which the con oration shnll, ut any time, subject itself shall not exceed the amount of its paid-ucapital. ' Sec. 7. The private property of the shareholders shall be exempt from liability for corporate debts. d tilten under our hands this, the 13th daiof bj-lap i" , m Sept. 10. LOUI3V1LLK, KY