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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892092401 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. r t t ffHE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. k GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. tf LA St m A WEEKLY PAPERS-DEVOTE- D TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advanoe Volume XVI. Highest of all in Leavening Power7. FRANKFORT, Latest U. S. Gov't Report EX, SEPTEMBER 24, 1899. Number 3 f Advertised Lottors atFrankfort,Ky. list of ndvortised letters for tho week ending September 24th, 1892 : Below will be fona-l- a RoYal mVUvaItiCv Baking Powder IIESCOTI&FMM, R. K. ABSOLUTELY PURE Brown, Dr. Boeman, Georgie Blake, Geo. W. W. Harlow, Jas. Chalk, Thomas Donied, G. F. Miss Dickerson, Emma Donnell, Charley O. Marshall, Mary Mitchell, Poynter. Rousau Rosel, Jim Francis McReynolds, L. A. same Mrs Mrs, Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. y Slinger, Dan Salyers, Miss 1V ) Tho Greatest of Trotting Meotingr. In this issue appears the advertisement calling attention to Kentucky's trotting meeting at Lexington, ctober5tol4. The programmes are ready and will be mailed those who apply, as will the full list of entries The Associaas soon as published. tion haB ofiered 60,000 for the races and secured the best horses in the wholo country; yet it haB generously ftet aside the gate receipts of the first, second and third days for the two hospitals and the Orphan Asylum, .known as The Charity Organization in Lexington. The programnje is before us, and it is an attractive bne, full of variety excellent in arrangement. and Horsemen pronounce it the best ever issued nnd predict that Tho Stallion Representative Stake ($6,000), Satur-aaOct. 8; The Transylvania Stake ll ($6,000) Monday Oct. 10; the purse, (2,000;, Wednesday, Oct. 12, and tho 5,000 Special Stake Friday, Oct. 14, will prove the four grandest contests ever witnessed. The great event, however, of tho meeting Ib to be the Transylvania, in Which 20 horses, all able to trot in '" 2:16 or better, are eligible to start, Amongst them are Evangeline, 2:llj; Byland T.,2:12; Little Albert, 2:14?; w Ponce de Leon, 2:13; Paragon, 2:131$; 'New York Central, 2:13 St. Vincent, y, Free-for-a. 4 Iffes Durm, John Saunders, Miss Scira Freeman. Stone, W. J. Annie Excursion Rates. Friewor, Mies Show, Wm. Minnie Turner. Miss An The Kentucky Midland offers the Gholston, Robert nette following cheap rates: Johnson, Mrs. Turner, Harvey Chicago (first class) 0.90. Eddie Turner, Frank Chicago (second class) 650. Jackson, Mrs Turner, John Covington and return, October 11th Mrs. Willson, Laura to 15th, 3.63. , Annie Jacksqn, Osby Cincinnati and return, October 11th Pearl of Ky.DiBtill- to 16th, 3 63. Account I. O. O. F. Jackson, Mrs. ing Uo. (12) Mollte Now on exhibition the most complete line of Furniture we have ever Grand Lodge. Lanter, Harvey Messrs. Houlihan shown, consisting of Fine, Medium and Low Priced Paris and return September 27th and Murphy, Miss & Bro. 28th, 1.20. Account Orphan Brigade. Ann Chicago and return October 17, 18 ' When calling for these letters day adand 19, 9.20. Account Worlds' Fair vertised. ceremonies. J. M. Saffell, Cincinnati and return October 21st, Book 5, $1.75. Account Columbus Day CelePostmaster. ' FURNITURE, Pall Styles for 1892. ...i Chamber Suits, bration. O. D. G. F. & P. A. Beroaw, Nervous Prostration. A largo China Cabinets, Wardrobe Cases, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Heart Disease Curable. The truth of this statement may be doubted by many, but when Dr. ' If Hazel Wilkes, 2":14f; Mattfe H., 2:14, ', and Belle Vara, 2:15. There are 'seven more, but the above show the uality oi tne norses in tne race, uoh a field has never faced a starter, "and this will bo America's greatest Eleven shares in "city banksrinlots Reduced Rates race. Write to Ed. A. Tipton, Secre- to suit purchasers. Apply at this rsJ tary, Lexington, Ky., and get a pro-fej- Will be named by the Queen & office. gramme, also a list of entries. Orescent Route and Louisvillo Southern Railroad for the following occaBuggies, carriages and harness resions: paired by tho Kentucky and Harness Recovers His Speech. September 28th, Meeting of Orphan Company. Brigade (Confederate), at Paris, Ky. Alphonuo Hempling, of Summit Tne Queen & Crescent Route will township. Butler Co., Penn., made an We have some first class second son place on sale at greatly reduced hand buggies and phaetons for sale. 'aflidavlt that his rates excursion tickets to many Call and see them if you want a bar,.n i; s? :r r.T r: points and north-weMastin Bros. twelve years, lost hib uueemi, wh and to in the westTexas and Indian gain. i Arkansas, f. T completely cured after using three Territory, on September 27th and ." , linft.lnn nf Dr. Miles' Restorative his October 25th, ,1892. Good for return !l Nervine, and also recovered won-- ', twenty days from date of sale. For !., speech. Thousands testify to to agents of etc., derful cureB from using it for ner--f rates, maps, Route apply agent at your or to A Meek & Milam brass J vous diseases, dyspepsia, nervous the Q. & G. or address D. debility, dullness, confusion of mind, station, Cincinnati, O. G. Edwards, reel No. 2, wltli pole and 4 headache, jSso. Fouw doses of this G. P. A., line. on was lost Friday J'Nervine cured Mrs. W. E. Burns, night road between f& South Bend, Ind., who had been Strength Health. Wash Hancock place , (Buffering with constant neadache lor and Mangau & Darnell's three months. Trial bottle and ele- - If you are not feeling strong and stable. A reward ' gant book free at J. W. Qayle's. healthy, , try Electric Bitters. If , will be paid for its ' ir 15-t- f. twelve-year-old -- 2:13 Anderson's Nightingale, 2:11; specialist, claimB that heart disease is curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cures by his new heart cure, it attracts the attention of the millions suffering with short breath, palpitation, irregular pulse, wind in Stomach, pain in side or shoulder, smothering spells, fainting, dropsy, &c A. F. Davis, Silver Creek, Nebraska, by using its, tobacco, coffee, opium, &c. Thoufour bottles cf Dr. Miles' Now Heart sands testify to cureB. Books and Cure, was completely cured after trial bottles free at J. W. Gayle's. 5 twelve years suffering from heart disease. This wonderful remedy is Bank Stock for Sale. sold by J. W. Gayle. Books free. 5 Franklin lIiles, the eminent Indiana manufacturer, whose affairs Extension Tables, Chairs, Rockers, &c, in all the different woods very much embarrassed, and were and popular finishes. Also a full line of Parlor Suits, Divans, who was overworked and broken Couches, Easy Chairs and Rockers. Fine Leather down with nervous exhaustion, went Work. Mattresses and Pillows made to order He was to a celebrated specialist. by experienced workmen. told that the only thing needed was to be relieved of care and worry, and have a change of thought. This doctor waa more considerate of his patient's health than of his financial circumstances. He ought to have Folding Beds and Wood Mantels. We invite inspection. ' advised him to use Dr. Miles' RestorLowest prices. ative Nervine, the 4)est remedy for nervous prostration, sleeplessness, dizzihess, neadache, ill effects of spir- SPECIALTIES: BR0WER,SC0TT & FRAZEE, -- ' Carpets, Furniture, "Wallpaper, Draperies. - t REFLECT! Before you go and pay Cash for old goods offered at Cost, when you can buy first quality goods all the time at same price. BRuvVNIE ! '"."".""" st 30-t- IOST. It and the weary, use Electrio Bitters. This f. To Cleveland. remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding Bargains. The L. & N. Railroad will sell round those organs to perform their func5& trip tickets to Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. tions. If you are afflicted with Sick Mastin Bros, have some splendid lflfch to 21sfc. on the certificate rlan. at Headache, you will find speedy and second-han- d Surreys, pernament relief by taking Electrio Buggies that they offer Pheatons and d V one nnd fare. cheap. Bitters. One trial will convince you W. W. ALEXANDER, . Agent. that this is the remedy you need. K . Large bottleB only 50c. at Phil.' If you want sulphur water, fresh tf Carpenter's Drug Store. from the Murray well, left at your A Little Girl's Experience residence every morning, leave in a Lighthouse. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- - orders at w. H. Averill's drug store, the U. S. Express office or H. It KET. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are .Williams' grocery. ft- -' keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, ,A Sand Beach, Mich, and are blessed a uaugnter, lour years oici. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO 'WAREHOUSE. witn 'Last April she was taken down with Sales on our market for the week jneaaius, iuuuwuu wiwi i urvuuuu justclosed amount to 2,983 hhds., with Cough and turning into a lover, .uoc- - receipts for the same period of 1.230 tors at home and at Detroit treated hhds. Sales on our market since Janher, but in vain, sho grew worse uary 1st amount to 120,906 hhds. Sales rapidly, until Bhe was a mere "handful of'theorop of 1891 on our market to ,of bones." Then she tried Dr. King's date 110,452 hhds. New Discovery and after the use of Our market this week has been r i two and a half boTtiesrwas complete-- firm and active for all grades and tho '" S fQS y cured They say Dr. King's New advance recently reported on the rfRj ' Dlsooveryls worth its weight in gold, common and medium grades has 9 y . u i t you may get a trial Dotcie iroe ai been fully maintained. The offerings h yet . IftPniEuROARPENTER's Drug Store. i oi tne weuK nave cunuuneu iui uii-- 1 usually Btnull amount of good to fine m-leaf. Considerable progress has been made in housing the new crop and in Shortsightedness, many counties tho larger part of the t money on vile, dirtv. crop is safely housed. To waste vour The follorwjng quotations fairly ovatery mixtures compounded by In- represent our market for burloy experienced persons, when you have tobacco, crop 1891: of ,the opportunity of testing Otto's Trash (dark) or damaged Cure free of charge. Why will you 5 50 tobacco continue to irritate your throat and Common Oolory trash...$45 50 60(a) 7 00 lungs with that terrible hacking cough when Chapman & Williams Medium to good jcoiory7 00 0 00 trash will furnish vou a free samnle bottle 7 oo Nothing in the way of Novelties Common lugs not colory 5 00 liof this great guaranteed remedy? Common 7 50 10 00 begins to compare with the glit-1- 5 Colory lugB UUIUU Ul UUVO UUID KU I.MU I'lJUiU it Medium to good colory IHUUII JlK'tU IW1U UUOC1 HI llUUUUklUUI 00 ermg array now displayed by W. 10 do lugs "color and thick heavy syrup. Lar-Common to medium leaf 8 00f4 14 00 ' L. Coppersmith, the Jeweler. Mediumto good leaf. 14 00 17 00 "Raiser! (xnlrl and Diamond In- 45 v.'Lurcro bottle 60c. 17 00 25 00 Good to fine loaf, crusted Watches of all kinds and Select or wrapper ' . Children Cry for Pitcher's Ctoi!a. 32 25 OP prices tobacoo 2-tone-thir, 42-t- f. "T.(inimiiftM ...A.WkPV Vina lufV wnn tU .WAV JVM itmnlr TTUt nvirl UUU , fc tlila WMMMa Hardware and Cutlery, the Guns, Ammunition and liberal Sporting Goods, return &AAki. fY?4-kA-i Paints, Oils and Glass, - OFFERED BY ifc. t 111, Hardware Merchant. r. liRAii 11 23-t- f. y . Fair To See JSlw ii "N y 3 v I I a ill July 30-l- 11 N il 4 t!! i. , .tf - rt- . ....., .f mmMam .. .. tHHBIVIWRCHV HHr ilHi&KSKffliBKiHHHHH'HHLIBBHVHHIuj ... JSW KT'Rr ;W?T7 te. '" . '. , v t ". ir. : xuar'Vt lv. wmmMBF t ' 'J ki -- kbhhkjuhb '- .''' if irwrn .. "" UVExITd-u.x-x- x 7K7"a,groms- - i3?r,o'V" S-o.:r:ros- &- -- Irbn ZFLooflxxg"; earf OUT xLT CX) SELLING ' & We will sell at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, 4 Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, $ Hames,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing lackle, Black-- 4 smith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hock I Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold, on time i . will be charged at regular price. ... ''.'.'-'- M Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, , C. E. COLLINS & BRO., i Opposite the Farmers Bank. Personals. ;? Mr. B. J. Haly is home from Chicago. Mr. Honry Ahler was in Lexington Wednesday. Oapt. Noel Gaines was in Harrods-bur- g this week. Mr. R. Donling, of Bagdad, was in the city Sunday. Mr. Howard Jett, of Oynthiana, was in the city Monday. Mrs. James Welch returned yesterday from Now York. Mr. 0. 0. Morris, of Eminence, was in the city this week. Miss Willie Stone is visiting MiBS Ella Woolums, at Midway. Mr. Harry Bush, of Louisville, is h viBiting Mr. Wm. J. Ohinn. Mr. Wilson Corcoran, of Louisville, viBited friends here Sunday. Mr. John Scott Grant returned Wednesday from Lexington. Mr. August Kagin went 'to Cincinnati Tuesday on a brief trip. Mr. Chas. Stubenrauch, who has been sick, is muoh improved. Miss Lillio Roberts has returned from a viBit to ChriBtiansburg. MissMattie Moore, of Bellepoint, is visiting relatives at Switzer. &v Mr. J. Craik Jackson spent Sunday 1 with friends in Payette county. Mr. Wm. Moore, of Rowan county, is visiting Capt. G. W. Daniels Miss Irma Labrot went to Cincinnati Thursday to attend school. Mr. Thos. J. Brislan was in Cincinnati this week on a business trip. Mrs. G. Plonsk, mother of Mrs. I. Davis, went to Cincinnati Tuesday. f Major Robert Wingate, of New York, is here visiting his relatives. MissRuth Ely went to Danville, Saturday to attend Caldwell College. ; Mr. Ben Dudley, of Louisville, was here this week yisiting his relatives. Mrs. C. H. Mandeville went to Cincinnati Thursday on a business trip. MiBs Jessie Richards, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Rebecca Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Berry are ) home from a visit to Now York City. Mr. Mack Todd goes to Ann Arbor, Michigan, next Tuesday to study law. Miss Sallie R. Robinson went to Cincinnati on a business trip Tuesday. United States 'Deputy Marshal, Con. McCarty, was in Versailles TuesB-- i w 1 A U. ' Ett&V-- ' day. Rodman entertained of her friends Friday evea number Miss Lettio ning. Mr. W. 0. Lutkomeier went to Cincinnati Wodriqsday on a business trip. Ella Noonan is home from an extended visit to relatives, in NewMiB3 port. May and Louise Popper1 will go to school next week at .CinMissVjs m cinnati. Sheriff James Foard anjj wife, of Scott county, were in the city wea-jieBday. w Wis Wtir ' Capt. John Barrett and wife, of Cincinnati, are visiting Mr. Johnson fr1' Barrett Judge Bf G. Williams was in Louisville Sunday looking after the welfare of a certain young lady on Jefferson street, between 22dand23d streets, position on the Herald, will return to many years ago and this is his first Lexington next week and take a visit to his old home in thirty-eigh- t position on the Transcript. years. Messrs. Walter Goodwin," Hugh MIbs Pattie Williams and her guest, Finnell and Charles Day wero in Mies Mary Brown, of Indianapolis, Lexington' Sunday on a pleasure Indiana, and Mrs, Frank Keyes, went jaunt. to Louisville Wednesday nignt on Mr. Thomas Rogers, fromerly of the steamer Falls Oity Maysvllle, but now of Wichita, KanMiss Jessie Calmes will go to Densas, was in the city this week visiting ver, Col., Wednesday week with Mrs. ' friends. S. T. Railey, who has been visiting IrfVrv here, and will accept a position as Mr. W. M. Kavanaugh and wife, of Little Rook, Arkansas, will be here cashier in a large shoo store. S Misses Hattie Lawson, of Bagdad; Station, visited at Judge' Craddock's next waek to visit Mr. Kavanaugh's mother. this week. Lillie Patterson, of-- Eminence; D. OISTE) Miss Eloiee Hall entertained her Wright and D. Baskett, of 'Waddy, Mr. Fred Sears, of Nicholasvilles, was here the first of the week visit- friends Friday night in honor of her returned to their homes last week Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs h talcen ; it is pleasant guest, Miss Annie Freeman, of after a visit to tho Misses Robinson. ing friends. Georgia. Dr. W. E. Baxter returned Tues- and refreshing to the taste, and acts Editor Chas. Moaoham, of the a Mrs. Asa Walker returned to Brook- day from a trip to the east. He had gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Hopkinsville New Kentuckian hero Liver and Bcwels, cleanses the syslyn, N. Y., Monday after several intended to remain awhile in New Wednesday. tem effectually, dispels colds, headMrs. Sam Sayre went to St. Louis, months' visit to her mother, Mrs. J. York City but tho dangers of a aches and fevers nnd cures habitual ' A. Grant. cholera epidemic there caused him to constipation. Syrup of Figs is the Mo., Wednesday to visit her friends change his mind and return home. Miss Aida 0. Poindexter, of Green-wooonly remedy of its kind ever proand relatives. Mississippi, is visiting. Misses A box party composed of Misses duced, pleasing to the taste and acMiss Gertrude Green, of Covington, , Fanny and Bessie Lewis, at Belair, Lizzie, May and Louise Popper and ceptable to the stomach, prompt in is visiting Mrs. Robert Green, on this city. Messrs. George Hunt, Fayette Hew- its action and truly beneficial m its the South Side. Mr. and Mrs. Humphries and itt, jr., and Sherley Wintersmith at- efiects, prepared only from the most Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Haff have reMiss Mima, went to Oin tended the , minstrel performance at healthy and agreeablo substances, its turned from a summer's sojourn in daughter, many excellent qualities commend o cinnati Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. tho opera house Wednesday night. New York State. all and have made it the most Harrison. $ Mrs. R. Wells Covington, of Bowl popular remedy known. Mr. James Heeney and wife re& J. Proctor Knott and ing Green, formerly Miss Wickliffe i oyrup ui x lira ia jui tsuiu m uw turned yesterday morning from their General P. W. Hardin Cooper, of Lexington, was in the city and'Sl bottles by all leading drug- - ' trip to New York. made a business trip to Oincinnati this week the guest of her aunt, Mrs. gists. Any reliable 'druggist who , Vfjvty n Mr. Thos. DeLime, of New Yorlrl this week. W. T. Reading. She went to Lexingmay not have it on hand will pro- . '.iff f Oity, was here Sunday visiting his Judge G. B. Sawngo and wife went ton Wednesday to visit her relatives. ,,n it- n.nn,n4l rv. ov..r . v,l. mother and sister. wishes to try it. Do not accept any ; to Wolfe county, their old home, to Misses Sue Kavanaugh and Tillie HUUSUIUIU. Mr. Charles Pryor, of Paris, who be present at the fair in that county Branch went to Shelby ville Sunday, formerly lived here, visited friends in next week. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. accompanied by Messrs. Earl Rogers SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. the city this week. Miss Kava-rfaugMessrs. J. L. and W. H. Waggener and Todd Orutchor. NEW YORK, N.Y. LOUISVILLe.tr. remained to attend school at Miss Louise Michel, of Alabama, are home from an extended visit to i after a visit to Mrs. John Mastin, Atlantic City, N. J., and other points Science Hill Academy, but the rest of tho party returned home that homo in the east gTjf' to evening. f jjUJtft jtj, Mr. Joseph Robinson went Mr. Will Mandlehr and wife have go Major G. M. Adams, removed to the Allen property on Springfield, Mo., Tuesday and will upper Main street. thence for his health to Eureka of the State has been appointed to an ageney in a life insurance Mrs. 0. Herancourt and Miss' Springs, Arkansas. company for a district comprising Mr. James H. Burbridge, United Louisa Haehnlo are home from a State Gauger, of Paris, is here with nearly one half of Kentucky. He Dlt. "E. C. Wkst'8 NERVEMD Bit AM visit to Kansas Oity. n gunnuiteed specific for Hjstorla, DizziMrs. John B. Meek came homo this his family stopping at Mrs. Mary 'L. will make his headquarters in this ness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia, .C. city and is here now with his wife to Headache, Nenous Pro8trntlon caused by thowo week from an extended visit to rela- Todd's in Lake Park. ot alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Deengage rooms and board. pression, Softening of the Drain resulting In Intives in Pennsylvania." Miss Alice Trabue visited Mis3 misery, The daughters of Judge Brent, sanity and leading toBarroness,dec.iyund death, Loss of Power Premature Old Age, MJbs Lizzie Davis, of Sbelbyville, Virgie Johnson in Louisville last E In either sex, Involuntary l.ossen and Spermaof tho Superior Court, Misses Gay torrhoea caused by If r, of tho brain, is visiting her sistor, Mrs, Grant week and departed thence for Viror box contains and Maggie Brent, of Paris, will be ginia to attend college. Green, jr., in this city. month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or here next week with their father at one$5 00, sent by mallprepaldon receiptsix boxes of price. for Mrs. Pattie Wright and daughter, Mr. Ed. Bull wont to Chicago ' the Capital Hotel, with a view of reWE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. Tuesday to attend the Presbyterian Miss Sue Bacon, after a visit to relamaining for tho winter either to any orderrecelved by us ' M Theological Seminary. tives here, took their departure for board or to keep house. They will be To euroboxes,case. With eachwith $5 IX), we will accompanied for six l send the purchaser our written guarantee to reDr. Gary B. Blackburn, of Louis- Salt Lake Oity Tuesday. a valuable acquisition to the fund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Gu trantees Issued only by THE Mr. Charles Swango will attend society of this city. ville, was in the city Tuesday visiting & GAYLE CO., and J. W. UAYLE, Centre College at Danville this Mr. Mike Collins was in Wichita Frankfort, Ky. Judge Joseph H. Lewis. session. He wont to that city last Kansas, this week looking after his Messrs. Julius and Byron Saturday for that purpose of Ohristiansburg, were here He and his property interest. Mrs. Mattie Holmes and daughter, brother Con bought several valuable We will pay the nbovo reward for any case ot Sunday visiting friends. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, stek Headache, InConstipation, or Mr. Alex. Szymanski's guest, Mr. Miss Mattie, of Lawronceburg, are building lots in that city during the digestion, West's Vegetable Costlveness we cannot Liver Pills, when curowlth the guests of Mr. W. B. Holmes on boom of 1880. They are now about directions are strictly compiled with, They the are A. H. Heimcirdinger, of Louisville, tluroly Vegetable, and never full to give satlsfoc-PoMain and St. Olair streets. to obtain some of tho benefits of the returned home Wednesday. Sujmr Coated. Largo boxes, containing SO counterfeits and ImiMrs. J. P. .West, of Huntington, flattened ' boom by purchasing pills, 25 cents. Bewur-oMiss Pickett Johnson, who has only by West Virginia, who has been visiting for a few hundred dollars houses that tations. The C.genuine manufacturedCUIOAGO, WEST COMPANY, THE JOHN been visiting friends in Jefferson her parents n this city, returned were built mllou from tho city limits, ILL. Korsale by all druggist. county, has returned home. to her home on Thursday. at tho cost of as many thousand dolMr. W, E. Bradley and brido, forMANHOOD RESTORED. Hon. I. T. West and Mr. R. L. Grin-stea- d lars, and having them removed to merly Miss Mamie Hawkins,aro homo lloiiuitTiun ti ui.r BW' went to Washington D. 0., their lots in the city. wonaerruisoldnpaq froYn an extended trip to the eaBt. itf nicdv. la wit Sunday to attend the meeting of tho, Written Ouorotrt to curt all NeirouA I Col. E. PoWJohnson and wife have G. A. R. Encampment in that city. eases. bucIi as Weak A Distinguished Looturor. Memory, Loss of Brain v returned frorhla .month's sojourn in Miss Minnie Newberry, of SpringI'uwur, uonuacue, Wakefulness, Lost ManMrs. Walter Condict will loeture in the roountainsiof North Carolina. hood, NervousneH.Las-sltudfield, Mo., is in.theoity visiting Miss all drains nnd Chas. W. Foushee, of Mary Todd, on routo homo from an tho Frst Presbyterian Ohurch on Before & After Use. los j of power of tho Gcneratlvo Organs la Photographed from life. Lexington, was in the oity Thursday, extended visit to relatives in Lex- Tuesday ovening, Sopt. 27th, at 7J eltner sex, causea ny youthful indiscretions, or the cxccsalye o'clock. visiting his sister, Mrs. Lucy Duvall. ington. t aaeoi lopacco, opium, or iiimuianui, wuicn uiinmueiy mid Insanity. Christians oT' ovory denomination, lead to Infirmity, Consumption Uiovest pocket. Tut up In convenient form to carry In Price Mr. Louis Harris is home from a Mr. J. M. Staten and Mr. Shannon as well as tho general publio, would fl a package, orfl for f 5. With every tSorderwoclvea oure or Staten, of Oarroll county, Mo are trip to Chicago where ho passed a bo interested in the recitals of this wrltton guarantee to any address. refunu the money. Iteut by mull to Circular free creditable musical examination for a 'world around" traveler; and mission- in plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, visiting Mr. Jos. T. Staten, on Holmes CHEMICAL CO., llrauch Office for U. S. A. MADIJID , position on tho orchestra at the ary, and are, therefore, cordially instreet. ZiS Dearborn Strcut, tJIIIUAQO, ILL. OR SALE IN FRANKI'ORT, KY,, BY vited to attend her lecture. Mr. Clarence Bradley, who reportod World's Pair. stay in this cifcyVMra, r. n, CARPENTER, DriiflfllsV During her the proceedings 'of the Legislature 'Mr. Isaao Hill, of Kansas, is visitv for the Lexington Leader and after- ing his sister, Mrs. William McEwan. Condict will bo the guest of Miss South Idea. .. wards wont to Chicago to accept a Mr. Hill was a reqidonfc of this oity Sallio Jackson and Mrs. J.'O. Morton. AUffitftil ... ........... a... V. . .j. .I....K. .tt.julfcii! et,ILS... J ;..,w.. u5ui...wi. who, it has been announced, has agreed to make her homo in this oity after October 12th. Mies Dessie Wingate, of Midway, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Janie Dehoney. s Mr. W. S. Dehoney left the first of the week for a trip to Baltimore Maryland. Miss Nellie Orbison will go to Covington next week to i visit Mrs. Sam M. Gaines. Miss Daisy Blackburn, of Spring jYjJPsfRGi 3 jmba Hk ENJOYS d, it-t- m Ex-Go- v. n'w 'M: - - 'S-.H't- h - re-tur- f to-da- , r TiUUT-men- t, over-exertio-n seir-ubu- se e, Will-coxso- n, $500 He ward! f n. 16-l- B e, Ex-May- or -- '. Ufa w MFall L Tift', " W nil lens ' ' j , j1- - - y ,. ; ' "" 9 . ;. ' ' i -- i - Fall Hats, Fall Neckwear! SSL m n't. "& '. m JA M I' -- X ' ' , '." J. ' : J r.- - .; V i" " , I' t- V' HU D SON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! P.eligiousv W - ur- .would be jjreatlyi obliged to the ministers and officersol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement vvhich they may wish ( dfepiLE 'Kentucky .p fjill?F Is A Guaranteed Cure for Piles or whatever kind or degree External, Intermit, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, accent or hereditary. This Remedy ha3 positively never been known to fall. $1.00a bor, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mull prepaid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purctuwed at one time, to rofunotne 5 00 if not cured. Guarantee issued by .1. W. AYLE. and LKCOMPTE& (JAYLK CO.. DniK-glst- a and Sole Auents. Frankfort, Ky. Cull for sample. Jan. 16-l- Buggy and Harness works the-p!ace ,' made) Episcopal, Church Rev. E. A. iPeniokj ' the rector, will occupy ?i '.v morning his pulpit at 11 o'clock and in the evening at ik 3to-nibrr- to buy Farmers, you can buy BUGGIES, HARNESS A2TD FARM I J IMPLEMENTS t 7:30. i . Baptist Ohvroh Rev. W. 0. Tay. lor. ithe pastor, will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 o'clock, and lli !: proper accommodations are frequent, ly obliged to stand out on the platfowill be no services 'There all kinds of disagreeable and sJas'Rov. W. G. Neville is absent from rm-in he city attending to a Presbyterial inclement weather, the condition of the present structure, which is a rem duty. flection upon the good taste and Tf. jFiR8T Presbyterian Church character of the people for whose W ReVi W. B. Cooper will occupy the benefit it has long since served its . morning at eleven terra and usefulness, and the urgent pulpit Ko'plock. No services at night. need, in view of the importance of ,. '.The .pastor, Rev. J. McOlusky Frankfort, both as the capital of the i. Blayney, D. D will return next State and the largest shipping point ; ' ' on this division of the railroad sysweek. tem, for a new, handsome and comOATiiot.Ao iisaal modious building, commonsurato with Church T services at the Church of the Good the times, patronage and growth of Shepherd will be the city. ' The petition has already reby Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, ceived the signatures of more than the pastor. fifty of the business men, and Hich mass at S a. m.. low mass before it is taken to President 'iu at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:30 p. m. Smith it will be presented to '" $-con-drtbtod 1. Southern Presbyterian Church You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-classtyle. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. s rt$ SUCCESSORS Salesroom, opposite ZEaZ-AJV- TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Factory, South warehouse. court-hous- e. -IE STOTTIK ZQTTGr-3-3- r -- XISTTEJID. March 26-t- f Matrimonial. Mrs. Mary Heffner's.new house on Broadway has been improved by the addition of a new veranda. Mr. John R. Todd and. Miss Carrie McEwan will be married on October 12. Mr. Todd is the confectioner and Miss McEwan is the daughter of the late Alex. McEwan. Mr. Luke T.Taff, of White Sulphur, and Miss Annie Mahoney, of this county, will be married at the Catholic Church in this city next Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. Father Tail, a brother of tho groom, of Covingion, will officiate. The attendants will bo Miss Lizzie Downey, of this county, and Mr. Geo. Taff, of Covington. well-know- n . Methodist OnuRcn Rev. H. G. Henderson will occupy his pulpit tomorrow morning at 11 o'cldck and in the evening at 7:30. Sunday-schoat 0:30 a. m. The Epworth League meets in the evening at 7:30 in the class room. ol j .' fe The protracted meeting at the Baptist phurch closed Thursday evening and Rev. Jos. M. Weaver returned to his home in Louisville yesterday. The result of the meeting was twenty-fivadditions to the Church eighteen by baptism and seven by letter. e CHiunriArf Church The usual services by the pastor at 11 and 7:30. " The auditorium has been tastefully painted and decorated, and will be occupied for the first ' shipper travelling and Frankfort in the city. is now displaying a most carumenda-bl- e spirit in private and public improvements, and $io citizens should suffer no obstacle to defeat an enterprise so much calculated to advance the interests df the city and leave a favorable impression with visitors, as a depot of ample proportions, both tasteful and ornamental in design and construction. Earnestly prosecute the good work and show President Smith the recent progress and grounds for confidence In a greater growth of the city in the future than at any time in the past and it is believed he will not fail to give the people here the consideration asked every patron dence of Mr. Milton Dean, next door, which was also consumed, and the residence of Mr. George Phillips was LARGE RESIDENCE PROPERTY OP B. Hunt, lately badly damaged. The loss is about THE P. situated at the occupied by Gen. P. W. Hardin, south end of Shelby 1,000. Mrs. Green had 150 insur- street. South Frankfort. There are 25 acres la the place, all In grass except the garden. ance on her house, Mr. Dean had Splendid location for a dairy. FRANK CH1NN. 200, and the loss on Mr. Phillips' FIUNKTORT, Sept 21, f . house is fully covered. Mrs. Green lost all of her household goods, and Mr. Dean lost his kitchen furniture, A WOODFORD FARM upon which there was no 'insurance. FOR. SALE. The origin of the fire is unknown, as AUTHORIZED TO SELL A VALUABLE Mrs. Green had been away from home I AM acre farm . In Woodford eountv. Kv. it i 60 ... . .. - .r ' meoiauoD uiurener piaco, adjoining the tarm for two weeks and there was no one" of Tom Freeman, near Spring will station. in the house at "the time. When Mr. sell on very reasonable terms. Possession Igiven the first day of next March. Persons wishing to Dean was first made aware of the fire purchase will please examine the farm and then communicate with next door, the roof of Mrs. Green's at Frankfort, Ky. or call and keenie for terms J JHN L.SCOTT, Attorney fo r Mrs. Mar I. Johnson. house was about to fall in and his FitANKTOKT, KY., fcept. 24, lKtt..2m. own house was already on fire. 1892.-t. -- m m . Born. time since its renovation. The jpublio is cordially invited. The Young People's Society of .Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting and monthly oonsecration meeting in the Lecture evening at 6:50. Room ' Miles' XTervo and Liver Pills. Act on a new principle regulating 'the' liver, stomach ana bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad.taBto, torpid liver, piles, constipation Splendid for men, womon and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. ' 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples freey at ': ensuing year: J' VA016'8 Frankfort, Ky . G. Russell Snoed, High Priest. A Wow DorJot. Jacob Swigert, King. U'r Better depot accommodations are V. L. Clark, Soribo. V. A. Kaltenbrun, Captain of Host. ' greatly needed in this city and the L rr.v meronants nave uwiucunuu to cne M, P. Gray, Principal Sojourner. wV nece88y f active measures looking 0. Gran Graham, Royal Aroh CapMttJvto the building of a now depot. They tain. ,$'( held a meeting recently and forrau-fJl.iate- d Bon T. Farmer, Secretary. a petition to President M. H. J. V.' Pruott, Treasurer. .tlKSmlth, of the Louisville & Nashville G. A. Lewis, Master 8d Voil, irauroaa, in wnion inoy reoico tno in- - John Bradley, Muster 2d Veil. Xi BUUlUlUliUjT Ul IIIU UOJIUU IJUIO 1U1 U1U W. S. Dohonoy, Master 1st Voil. ,ftfe ttravelling public, who for want of Gus. Schaofor, Captain of Guard. ' 'S,V: 45-l- Darby's Prophylactic. Use it in every Will Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, In,d. keep the atmosphere pure and Ter., says: ,(I induced Mr. Pinson, whose wife had paralysis in the face, wholesomejremoving all bad odors to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's from any source. Pain Balm. To their groat surprise Will destroy all Disease Germs, before the bottle had all been used was a great deal better. Her face infection from all Fevers and all she Offlcors Elected. had been drawn to one side; but the contagious diseases. Pain Balm relieved all pain and soreThe eminent physician, J, MariFrankfort Chapter, No. 3, Royal ness and the mouth assumed its on Sims, of New York, says: "I Arch Maaona, elected the following' natural shape." It is also a certain officers on Tuesday evening for the cure for rheumatism, lame baok. am convinced that Prof. Darby's A Cure For Paralysis. sick-roo- "germs," "baccilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the ori ginal tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, and for years hag been, making more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't bo deceived. Maggie Gaines, daughter of Prof. J. T. Gaines, of Cresent Hill, Principal of one of the publio schools in Louisville and a member of tho State Board of Education, will be married on October 4th to Mr. W. W. Ross, aloading young druggist, ofJPrescott, Arizona. After an extended bridal from him. trip, the couple intend to make their home in Prescott. Miss Gaines will The Old Original Remedy. have the best wishes of a large part Sick people should not be deceived of this city where her parents once ," lived and many of her relatives yet by protenders who talk about "Mi-orobi- It has been announced that Miss 'Kentucky's Great Trots! ! . On Saturday, to the wife of Dr. R. D. Rash, of St. Louis, formerly of this Kentucky T. H. B. Association, city, a daughter Elizabeth Snoed. Lexington, October 5 to 14. Children Cry 'for Pitcher's Castoria. .f rv Preparing Early. reside, A carload of holiday goods arrived THURSDAY. OCTOBEK 6. on Tuesday via Kentucky Midland Gate Receipts R. R., consigned to R. B. Jillson. ir.. 2:13 Class, pacing for Protestant Infirmary. $1,000 i.eoo (Racket Store) and there is soon to 2:25 Class, trottinir. w class ) arrive a large import order of dolls, 7. fuiday, ocronKit direct from Poland, where'tho wages . rr m owmtaatton. of a workman is equivilant to about ' 2i cia s 20 cents a day. 5iooo v.2l Class,' trottlug . w Gate Receipts for St. Joseph's Hospital. 2:16 Class, trotting. . . S1.G0O 231 Class, trotting 1,010 nllles, 2:10 Class 400 Two-year-o-ld WEDNESDAY, OCTODEIt 5. W T'WI'. t. I S.c8 trottlug .' .' .' .' .' .' .' .' .' '. .' .' i;iuviu33, uuuum Olds . . . three-yea- iUU Stallion Representative Stake, 2:23 Class, Three-year-olds, SATailD IY, OCTOBER 8. r Blue Grass Stakes, 2:32 Class MONDAY, OOTOUEIJ 10. $5,000 1,250 1,000 400 $5,000 1,600 1,000 2:11 275 Transylvania Stake, 2:18 Class trotting trotting .' Dash, 1 mile ana 100 yards, for pacers, 2:17 Class, Class ' 2:19 Class, 2:16 Class, Three-year-old- s, ' druggist. aprairrs, swellings and lameness. 50 frophylacttclMutd is a cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, disinfectant,' 52 able most valu 21 trotting pacing trotting Phwnlx Hotel Stake, dash Class, trotUng WEDNESDAY, Free-for-al- TOESDAY, OCTOnEH 11. $1,600 life miles, 2:14 1(0 to 000 800 ,.. Added, l. Firo Thursday Night. FOB SALE! GOOD 4M 2 SJi Class, trotting 2:35 Class, trotting Dash, I mile, 2 ift) Class trotting OCTOBKK 12. $2,000 1,000 400 150 OCTOUKB 13. VJ ,"ffl ;: OF LAND. MILES SOUTH i i About 12:30 o'clock on Thursday 44 ACRES or Frankfort, on the Llttla Benson and a splendid Eureku rockaway Lane's Mill turnpike; night tho cottage of Mrs. Susan horse: also one or two hundred locust posts Johnson Stunts, Stallions pacing Dash, 111G miles, 2:18 Class Hee-for-all, Lexington Stakes, THURSDAY, (estlmated),$3.500 2,500 1.000 275 ; FUIDAY, OCTOUKH 14. Mits. It. H. McKKE. Green, located onashortstroot which Apply to. The Special Stakes $8,000 Sept.24-lmOn tho premises. 2 at Class, trotting 1,000 runs between Wilkinson street and Ky. Stakes, 2,500 Dash, 1 mile, 2:25 Class tho river, in tho West End, was dis200 UNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA covered to bo on fire, and before an Qreat $5,000 Stakes Remember the OHARLOTTBVILLE, VA. October 8, 10, 14. alarm could bo turned in tho houso Next session begins 15th Sept, Courses In Art, Write Secretary for programme. Engineering, was nearly in n,Hbesy The flames ment apply to Law, Medicines, For announce' P. lr. JOHNSTON, President. ED. A. TIPTON, Secretary. WM. MrnORNTON, LL., ., Chairman. communicated rapidly to tho rest- three-year-ol- 'StWi'. '. vu 's m.mimii'.i j 'Ajik&iikJl&;,l B'JHISQQ ':&- - mnwnwKTU p. r , v ! ? i . i'- -. l. S.; V 1r v. , '..: to be incenALONZO BROOKSHIRE. ERAflKFOBT ROUNDABOUT, known, but supposed so bright and wero diary. The flames 'A Dosporate Murderer in Prison KaMrad at the at Krankfort, Kentucky, so distinctly soon in this city that for Lifo. aa second-clas- s mailable matter. supposed the lire to boin manv ' ' and an alarm was about to Bellepolnt Sheriff Lyons, of Monefeo county, qgO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. be turned in when it was dlscovbred on Tuesday afternoon brought to the that the Htrht came from tho hill be- - penitentiary, Alonzo Brookshiro, the FRANKFORT, SEPT. 24, 1892. yond that town. of murderer Jailor Tipton and Constable Howard Tho True Laxative Prinoiplo PENITENTIARY MATTERS. of Montgomery county, whom Brook-shir- e used in manufacturing Of tho plants killed while the ofllcors wero atStatistics and Reformation of Con- the pleasant romedy.'Syrup of Figs, tempting to arrest him. Armed mobs victs. and Children for has a permanently beneficial effect pursued Brookshire and endeav system, while tho ored to lynch him ever since he was - Rev. W. B. Cooper, Prison Chap- - on tho humnn "Cutorla it bo well adapted to children thai OMtoria cures Colic, Oo&Attpotton, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, vegetable extracts and mineral first apprehended and jailed, but his I recommend It aa superior to an prescription lain, in a chance conversation recent- - choaP Kills Worms, gires sleep, and promotes dl 'known to mo." n. A. Aftcnxx, II. D.,. usually sold as medicines, koepors continued to outwit the mob ly, substantially said that ho would solutions, So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. Without injurious medlcatloa. Ill estimate that at least twenty per ar0 permanently injurious. Being by removing him to Lexington, from you will use the true which place he was taken to French-bur- g cent, of tho convicts in this peniten - ' it. For sereral rears I hare recommended "The dm of 'Cactorta'is sonnlrersal and year ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to Monday and tried and given a rmiedy only. Manufactured by tho Its merits bo well known that It aeems a work tiary are susceptible to complete and do so as it has invariably produced beneficial of supererogation to endorao It. Few aro tho life sentence and put on the first v.u. permanent reformat onA Bv th s ho wunurum k Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results." within easy reach." Edwin F. Pardx, M. D., train that came along to bring him Baid he meant they willnot only CABLOO ItAHTTH, D. D., A Foul Stench. "Tba Tftnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ato., New York City. to tho penitentiary here. It chanced become good and useful citizens New York City, Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Eefonned Church. that the first train was headed for aftor the expiration of their terms, After the rain Wednesday afterbut members of theichurch and ear- noon the filth which had collected in Oatletsburg, but that didn't daunt Tim Cektau Cootaxt, 77 Mubrat Stbebt, Nkw York. '4 nest followers of the teachings of the alley that runs through from the Sheriff who boarded it with his Christ. He thought the number Main street to Broadway, along the prisoner and three guards just as tho could be considerably increased if east s(de of the Capital Hotel proper- mob arrived in tho opposite quarter 2' Feb. the Stato would adopt the graded ty, ran out in a stream at tbo west of tho town. From Oatlettsburg the" party went to Covington and thenco or class system instead of tho pres- end of the L. & N. depot, covering to Lexington and this city. Brook-Bhirent mode of confinement and com- the railroad track and crossing and on the trip, was heavily ironed mingling in one prison of all classes, causing a sickning stench to arise and had a rope around his waist and d from the youth to the aged and that was almost intolerable to per- fastened to one of tho guards to villian. Besides the young son's passing along the sidewalk. prevent escape. The roundabout criminals, who have committed their The Board of Health should have routo and number of guards to bring first offense, there are a largo num- the alley cleaned up and disinfected the prisoner to tho penitentiary wero Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, ber of older men in the penitentiary at' once. deemed necessary by the Judge of who were good citizens until in a the Court, but the law, unfortunately moment of weakness they were overFranklin Association. for the' Sheriff, would not allow the Thds. B. .Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, powered by sudden temptation or :t to pay him for more than onei provocation. Though all mankind The minutes of the Franklin Bap- Auditorand Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. guard the mileage by the moBt are prone to sin, all are not born un- tist Association how ready for distri- direct routo to Frankfort. Business writing, Shorthand, Businessorrespondence'jr der like conditions of body and bution, Bhow some facts that will be Book-keepinof interest to many readers of this ; ; circumstances, nor subjected to such Typewriting, Commercial Law, The Depot Nuisance. tit, .; u i supreme trials, perhaps, as made paper. tsaa. etc urammar, .tt.riininetic, fcpeiun ; The Association embraces fifteen If tho city authorities are in criminals of many of these prisoners, Nicht school from Sentembfir to .tune. Tllfl liackunrd nnnlls enrniirniwl. Ttio nilvnnivxl imihd but that is tho .greater reason why churches in Franklin county, one in earnest in abating nuisances, both in finished. Ulpiomasawurded. Cutilogue In press. Application made for Incorporation. We hitve the beet home school of business In the State of Kentucky. faith can be placed in the reformation Owen county and one in Henry point of morals and the sanitary conv,'s: of a man who has been unfortunate county. For the associatipnal year dition of the city, they will not pause and which cloBodAugustlst, the churches in their work until the saloon and "WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE 'i as1 and not inherently base. His fall &Z3B I punishment have awakened him to a report 2,109 members, fifteen Sunday-school- lunchjioles in the old market house 6,468.25 for at the depot are removed. 113 baptisms, sense of his weakness and the need Their of a support from a higher source current expenses and general benev- offense is rank and it smells o than man can furnish bim and natu- olences and a property valuation of Heaven, and the citizens are in danrally he enters the church, a most $33,250.00. Tho next annual meeting" ger of contamination from the pesf 1 repentant and earnest searcher for will be with the Bethel Church, on tilential vapors of language and light and strength to guide him. Wednesday before the fourth Sunday natural filth that assail them on their wvmw i way to and from the depot. To ladies, Such large results in this life with- in August 1893. XOUC-- nani ' i awr.?. out even a consideration of the life it requires more courage than to pass An Old Patent. XTest House through the valley" of tho shadow hereafter are worth- striving for at July2-ly- . any cost or sacrifice and tho State ' of death, and if the citizens who A few days ago Mrs. John E. Miles have wives and daughters who are can not begin oo soon on "tho House possession of an old piece of Reform for Juvenile offenders as came into a chest of drawers, desk likely to be subjected to the ordeal FOR SALE. the Constitution contemplated, and of furniture caso combined which at any time, will take the matter in book i and perhaps a later day mayopen the hand and demand the abatement of belonged to her grandfather, ,FABM OF THE UTE CAPT. SUI eyes of the Legislature to further had 'J miles Hawkins, of Wood- the nuisance, the city council will THE lying the needed grading and classification of William Strother has been in the fami- not bo slow to heed the warning below .Frnukfort. on This propertyriver. si good has ford county. It dwelling of seen rooms; all kinds of outbuildthe prisoners. ings; 2 bar s; Is houses:3 ly a hundred years or more. Mrs. order. These gentlemanly trustees watered tenement one of trietobaccolandings on well be and has THE FRANKFORT PENITENTIARY. put river. A larue portion of the land Imh been tho In Miles, on examining the desk closely, of the city's welfare will soon be The last weekly report of Warden became convinced it had secret apart- - in the scales by the people and their grass for many years, a cotisule uble paitof It for twlngjifw, Norman to the Commissioners of the mmito GVia aanf ftf n nrrkrlrm n n nnrl merits duly compared and tested, win be sold and In nne or divided Into tobacco. It two tracts! us n who ' Fur Possession given on, the 1st of next March. shows the condition of Sinking Fund re- - and it would be well with them if terms apply to they found .. three quaint secret L. I). MaUSHAU , " i . Ky. this penitentiary as follows: Frunkfort. cesses, out tney wero empty, une they showed a proper appreciation of Sept. the continuous complaint which the Number prisoners last report.. 897 drawer in tho desk, however, was so Numberreceived during week 16 ' tightly closed it had to be opened people have been raising over this 4 Sale, 913 with tools. It contained old papers stinking disgrace to any decent comn" VII ' Deduct No. discharged by ex- dating back to 1803 and 1813. One, a munity in tho land. We must show respect ourselves, if wo WE OFFER FOR SALE OUR FARM I'euk's 10 iand patent, granting to W. S. that we pirationoftime the O'llaru larm). situated on pike three a id mllds from Frank would command the reBpect ofllMlll Ky., containing 198 acres ot land, Ding on in penitentiarySatur- ytoTt, kins eight hundred and ninety-fivothers, and with these foul and fesH eacn siueoi me pine, un westsmo uie upianu, day 17th inst J)03 acre8 of ian(i jn Ohio, near Oincin- fence, abuat 80 r gate, no"' 136 acres all under good grass, well acres In cuith iM watered, with vatlon, balance In . II nati, and mentioning it as his part terinc sores at our city's &.?, two tenement houses, and excellent barn; also JOV;irS. VS Jivs These prisoners are employed as KM) 4 can enter without passing 'H good cow house, carrluge house, eilbs, Ac; one of -, ... & of four thousand acr08 0f land given visitor ATHFFT- .-i county; has an of the Drst wells by Congress to his father, Capt. severe stricture upon the unclean about S acres, In the fruit. The bottomorchardlies good 836 Inside the walls .; , wkins for services render-I- n and unhealthy conditiou.-o-f a per- on tho east xldeof the plk", containing land 62 acres, We oiler all nf which Is buulect to cultivation. 42 On farms the the Court Army of Vir-- son who would tolerate them. As- this f r sale toCoui.tyhighest bid ler atMonday " Continental 5 hospital on beds House door, on In ef .in (Capt. Hawkins' wife was semble citizens and 'take prompt October, 11 oVIock u.Court day, nrst glnia. at in. 20 Able to sit or walk cash, balance Inono and action looklntr to the correction of TERMS 903 Susan or Sukey Strother, aunt of two years, six percent. Interest, payable Will nell lowland or upland separate If Gen. Zachery Taylor). Ttio patent these evilB. desired. Sale aill o'clock a. in. is on parchment, perfectly preserved MULIIULLAND&DRO THE CENSUS OF CONVICTS AiND PAUPERS. Mrs. H. E. Wellman, By Jno. E. Kiutxev, Agent. Sept. and was signed in 1803 by Thomas The last United States census shows fis k t that in 1890 the population of tho Jefferson, President, James MacU No., 2 LinuSt., JanesvillG,Wi8., under UfM. country was 62,622.250 and that there ison, Secretary of State, and W. date of June 16, writes tho following: NT I was confined ' W were 45,233 convicts in the penitenti- Dearborn, Secretary of War. Mrs. Kenyon AThomassira:with inflamma- ATTORN to my bed four months iJCTSTWJMIM aries, or one convict for every 722 in- Miles values tho papers very highly tion of the right ovary; had a good J as relics, but will investigate the physician, tried almost everything, habitants. In addition to this, there got very little help until I tried your REAL BSTA.TB AGBKT wore 19,538 prisoners confined in the land claim. ; 110 Dr. Halo's Household Ointment, about WILL FRACTICK IN TUB COURT8 q TV Franklin and tbo adjoining county or oity jails, making a totallof Is' Your Nerve Steady, four months ago. It has dono won- will alto Eire ipc!M attention to eountle, a& the purohmu AMLE6 MWtWMBWni MUto 64,761 people under the sentence of ders for me. I can do quite a good and tale of real eatata, collection of r nta. olalta . r t and the setotUtion of loana. xvukv the law. Or do you tremble and feel that you day's work. I have every reason to SRkV vmt taiHHTjw&ttwbj Tirma innyour nervous sys- believe that it will entirely cure me. a v&wii HiFtmm The census also shows that there are breaking; that i mAwm&wzf tem is giving way. If you have a I am also using your Dr. Hale's were 73,045 paupers in weak, nervous system the very best Household Tea with good results. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO R'Y, mMimmmmmm mmu Sincerely yours, dependent on Stato, county or city thing you can do is to begin Miifl. H. B. Wellman, 50,741 of whom wore males and UHing Dr. Hale's Household Tea. aid, TUB SROBTE5T AND QUICKEST This great medicine is for sale at is the finest Nerve Tonio known WASHOf these, Kentucky It 32,304 females. HEW V3RS, PHILADELPHIA, you to health and Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. and will restore Doc had 1,578 paupers in the list. Much vigor. Don't delay. Get a free 8am- New Orleans INGTON, andall Eastern Cities, at Carpenter's South Side of this pauperism was the offspring 61e y m The Nabobs. 3 Store. of crime and Intemperance. Time. 26 Hours. Shortest Line between CoUISVILLE, The smiles and songs of Henshaw Go West. LEXINGTON and EASTERN Country Fire. SOLID VESTIBOLED TRAINS. are as a beam of sunlight and as the POINTS. The shortest and quickest. Tho women take September 27th and October 25th, ripling of waters.satisfaction they do On Monday night the tobacco barn Time card In effect Sept. 14, 1892. them with tho Georgetown to Jacksonville; Ala or Air. jonn Kosseu, wno lives several the L. & N. Ruilroad will sell tickets their oaramels. He is ever welcome, BAST BOUND. to points in Arkansas, Texas, Indian miles from the oity, on the Bald Territory? Kansas, Goloradd and and loaves behind a pleasant memory. Lve. Lexington. Time, 26 Hours. 7 25 Fast Mall. No. 22 The support of jolly Ton Broeck is as Mt. Sterling Accommodation, No. 26 . . 11:45 A. M. n Knob pike, together with two tene- other western and a. m. Solid Vestlbufed Trains. The Short line be. cxhilerating as wine. These mirth Vestlbuled Express, No. 24 0:10 p.m. tween ment houses on tho place, was de- States at bne fare for the round trip. makers ancl their company played to Moreheud Accommodation No. 28 . . , . 5 SO r. m. I Cincinnati and LKXINOTON, KT., TlUtO , 2ty IiOurB stroyed by fire. The tobacco barn For further information apply to good houses at the matinee yesterday Vj Knoxtillk, Tknn,. " WEST BOUND. W. W. Alexander, A8DKVILLK, N. 0., 17 had about 15,000 pounds of old tobacco and again last Agent. vitiatQd taste mgnt. it would oe a Arr, Lexington. CUAITANOOOA, TKNN., ' ' 11 indeed that could not Lexington Accommodation, No. 27 . . .8.-0- a.m. in it, all of which was destroyed. ' IB Ot., Atlanta, find in "The Nabobs'' something to Louisville Express, No. 21 12:30 p. M. UlimiNOUAM, ALA.. T " 10 " Scofield's Vinegar. One of the tenement)' was occupied . . ,3.-01'. i. Direct Connections utNewOrieansandShreT ' please and amuse. It is a musical Lexington Accommodation, No. 25 VesUbuled Express, No. 23. . CilOr.H. port for Texas, Mexico and California. ' ' by Mr. LannyFlynn, who saved nearmedley and a dramatic mixtnre. Tho Leare Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Ratlvra We are the sole agonts'for this cel- long rocord of ''The Nabobs" is proof Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars No TlaOeoretoffnB:45a.m.iarrUeClnulnnatllO:26, ly all of his furniture, but Mrs. Jane ' '' , ebrated vinegar, and guarantee it to of its nioits Birmingham Age'Herald. Bus transfers. ' m I'll, IaIo t tin n nnnnthn.llnB Foster, who occupied the othpr, lost our patrons. Through Sleepers from Lexington without n U. IUIUAV. IrUIIII UMJ UbRDl II1D . AiiiciuiiB nrriv nuopuritrorn jenirai union ;,, . .( Depot, Cincinnati, At the Opera Houso oh Tuesday changeFriLLER, all of her possessions except one bed LeCompte & Gayle Co. , 0. B. RYAN, II. W. For it;ateg.Maps.dtc.aaaresfc evening, September 27th. Ass't Gen'l. Puss. Agt. and some bedding. The loss, all told, Gen'l. I'ass. Agt., JS.T. UUAHLJSl'UM, Cincinnati, 0. Washington, D. C. D. P.iT. A..ChattauoO(ra. is estimated at $3,500, with $2,000 inD. EDWARDS. D.MILLER. OSCAR O. MURRAY, ., V. l I , ' l m t r.. , nin.l..n n 'i. un- - Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry'for Pitcher's Castoria. Trafllo Manngar, surance. The origin of the fire is J akm, juuif uiui;uiuaii,u, J C,a l 1b ( i - ' I poet-offic- e . C J i twenty-one-year-ol- d fWSOI Infants M n j well-informe- oj'i' "' w 13-l- y. e, crime-hardene- Capital City Business- College. :Erl:R:iT:k::E",o:E3T, TzzttrrTTCzzgrz". A. g, f ii HI ? : s, SAPOLIO Cleaning Are Quickly Married. Try It In 5'J v . l?-8- . Farm For one-hal- f I (FOR-nur- lr Haw-Numbe er I attai9a n i u r wa.. AettlpiitC' I One-thir- d 'eml-annuall- , 17-3- t. CROMWEU EY-AT-LA- Owmm y J t-,..,. I -i w&z&&wjm poor-house- s w. -- to-da- y . to-da- m)r,y) I north-wester- ' ( . f i t. A- - I 0 ,,,'' ' pra1! ir ' V EC 13 !&. ir- - WSWff, r v lEsaCetstin. LimLi OTMNHV FAftTBE8 S B OE DELEHS' I3ST V -- JLj iJ! 1 ml "" I ' 0:En IE2"7":EJ:E2"5r Bromers. ZDDEiscxzTzoiNr WE GUARANTEE ETltr THUsTG- ON WHEELS. - r . ' d ti "M fa4 EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR lit' Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. V u-- - I.. Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Sur-rie- s and Light Carriages. The H.H.Babcock Co., Broom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Vic- - FI x Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the torias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. tho various teachers in the schools The following time table is now in have justly earned the commendation of the people. ' effect apon the L. fc N. rond: TBAINS WEST. BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. Top Drawer. -- TIME TABLE. No.23lonvosFrnnkfort No. 17 loaves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort No lOleavos Frankfort TBAINB EAST. 5:50 9:40 3:00 7:38 p.m. a. m p. m a. m leaves Frankfort.... 10:10 a. m. 4:35 p. m. No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... 7.48 p. jn. No. 22 leaves Frankfort...... 9:15 p. m. Nob. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati. N03. 23 and 21 connect at Anohorngo for Blooraflold Branch. No. 18 W. W. Albxandjsb, Agent. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT. SEPT. 24, 1892. THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Eeport of President WilliamB and Superintendent Rhoads. The report of President U. V. Williams, of the Board of Trustees, Superintendent MoHenry Rhoads and the Principals of the West End and Colored Public Schools of Frankfort from January 1, 1891, to June 30, 1892, is ont and ready for distribution to tho friends and patrons of the schools. President Williams says the success of the schools for the period mentioned has been remarkable. Ho recommends that Trigonometry, Surveying. Book-keepin- Mr. McKee Hardy has purchased and taken possession of Dr. W. H. State op Ohio, City op Toledo, ss Hall's drug store. ' r Lucas County. Mr. E. W. Ayres sold one of his J. Cheney makes oath that Frank farm's containing 120 acres, on Satur- Have ho is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing busi- day, to Mr. Micheal Hogan, of Duck, ness in the oity of Toledo, county ers. OUST A TTT S0?X5JJLUU.V,3?O and State aforesaid, and that said Over 100 frame buildings at Rock-awa- y firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case Beach were destroyed by fire of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Tuesday. A woman was burned to the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. death and tho loss on the over $750,000. Sworn to before me and subscribed Basement of th Cirftwl HitW. in my presence, this 6th day of DeTuesday night, during the rain A. D. 1886. cember, ntkdynwsiy storm, lightning struck the chimney SrThey will fill this space- - with-aA. W. GLEASON. f ) on Mr. Henry Polsgrove's house in short time. SEAL Notary Public. Bellepoint and damage it slightly. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- A carpet in the houso was ruined by nally and acts directly upon the n& blood and mucous surface of the soot falling on it. system. Send for testimonials, free. Mr. Lewis D. Craig, while in the F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. act of stepping from the train at tho SSTSold by all druggists, 75 cents. Forks of Elkhorn Saturday, sustained a painful injury to the tendons of Residence of Attorney-Generhis foot which will- likely cause him Hondrick. to step carefully on foot for JACOB SWIGERT&CO, Removed From the BateeJI Building 3 g 3sr H101 build-ingsestimat- ed fflD 102 IMSTEEEiy n -- r- - DWARD CLAASSEN r -- al - iFKai'xa.A.iL that '- --, Tho handsomest residence in the county, and perhaps the equal of the finest in the State, has just been finished and occupied by Attorney-Genera- l W. J. Hendrick and his family. It is on the site and includes a part of the dwelling in which Mr. E. P. Bryan lived near Jones' Station, and is a perfeot model of colonial architect- ure. Tho main part of the house consists of the hall and a cross hall behind, which is the added portion, which, beginning with tho ground floor, consists of dining room, kitchen, china closet and laundry. On the second floor, bed chambers immediately over the rooms of the first floor, and gentleman's bath room. The third floor contains the school-rooservants' rooms and gymnasium or In front of tho cross hall, and to the left of the main hall, as you enter, are tho two parlors, and on the right the reception room and breakfast room, tho latter being connected by the pantryto the kitchen. On the second floor, above the parlors, are the and on library and two the opposite side of the hall the chamber of Mrs. Hendriok and nursery, ladies bath-rooattached. Tho entire house, from the cross hall of one sido to the intersection of the gallery, with the cross hall on the other side, is surrounded by a gallery fifteen feet wide and conforming to the general contour of the house. There is a tower on the south-eas- e corner extending throughout the first and BO'cond stories, which affords in its elevation above tho roof a magnificent view of the surrounding country. Tho interior is entirely finished in hard wood, the goneral finish being antiquo oak, but each room having separate finish in hard wood of its own.Gas and wires for electrio lights extond throughout the house, and hot air fiues warm tho halls as well as each room, which is furnished also with a radiant grate. The houso is supplied with hot and oold water by a reservoir immediately beneath tho slate roof. Pumps inside' ' tho kitchen and laundry force the water from four cisterns into the reservoir. Tho farm property on which tho residence i situated contains 100 acres of the best land in the county. ball-roobed-roomm , : Coraercial Arithmetic and English Grammar reviewed, bcadded to the course in the High School. He regards the school in the West End as a success, and desires its continuance, speaks in the highest terms of praise of tho kindergarten department, and is hopeful that the generosity of some public spirited citizen will endow an Industrial school to complete the educational system of the public schools of the city. Prof. Rhoads discusses the various departments and studies at greater length than President Williams, and furnishes the course of study and a number of tables of statistics on the attendance and other points of information affecting the interests of the oohools. Prof. JaBper Balton, of the West End school, reviews his labors for the year, and Prof. Wra. H. Mayo, of the Colored School, gives an outline of the history of the colored pub-ll- o school, the work it has accomplish his experiences of the past , ed and year's session. In addition to all this, the report inoludes tho rules and regulations of the Board of Trustees, and a financial exhibit from which it is noted that for tho white school from January 1, 1891, to July 1, 1892, there was expended $19,839.81; that tho average cost per pupil, based on current expenses and census list, was $8.18, but based on total enrollment, -- $11.63. The colored school for tho '.same period cost $7,173.59. The board holds $9b,000 in six por cent, bonds of Democratic rally and barbecue at that place on October 1st. It is expected that Gov. Brown and Senator Joe Blackburn, among other prominent speakers, will address the people. Jim Hurst, a white convict from Middlesborough, some time. Rev. George O. Barnes is holding -AND DEALER D- protracted meetings in Garrard county. It is said aff effort will be n made by his many friends and ad- to mirers here to induce the distinguished minister to come to this city . IPB AND FITTINGS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WOBK at an early day and attack tho strongGUARANTEED. holds of Satan. Opposite State House, FRANKFORT, KEN1CCKY. Dr. J. G. Birchett, of Croppers StaX tion, was here Wednesday extending "P5PXW3J Thorough, Practical Instruction. Grady- imitations to the citizens to attend a B VA ate assisted to positions. " Catalogue Plumber, GasSteam Fitter as Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets, uyNKriiiS WJtEm'MFRm. I Hi jBTimhT iTiBiMiiflrtMiJMimnfiinMiiinMJB Bryant Write to Station LOUISVILLE, KY. Bwta College nlmttiVfi'ti'iiMi. who has beeji getting up at five o'clock in the morning to open the shops within tho waifs of the prison, put a plank against the wall Thursday morning and made ood his escape. A number of guards and citizens were in pursuit of him all day Thursday, and among tho number was Frank Eg- -' bert, whoso horse stumbled and fell, causing one of the barrels of his pistol to explode and the ball to make a serious wound in the horse's back. The Commercial Building Trust, of Louisville, through its State organizer, Mr. P. T. Coleman, effected a branoh organization in this city Tuesday by the election of the following officers: Dr. U. V. Williams, President. GJlussell Sneed, Ed. Gaines, Secretary and TreasVice-Preside- CURES ALL Two Farms for Sale, ADMINISTRATOR A1SLenls, I otter tor sale OF THE LATE W. S. TWO GOOD HILL FARMS. lltty-thre- e One contains one hundred and acres, and Is located on Stony I rt ek, one mile from the Flat Creek pike. 75 acres Is good tobacco land, and Is well lmp.oved. Will be sold In tno tracts If desired. Tne other contains 100 acres, lying on Hat Creek pike near Hurvleland; 2L) acres in timber balance In grass and under cultivation. One Consumption Cured. dwelling, ami '1 tenement houses and orchard on believe It to bo one of the best medicines the place., Well watered. For terms apply to "I W. P. LEWIS. Adm'r sold. The physicians, tw.i years ago. said nir or J. K. LEWIS, lfe bad consumption, both lungs alTected. I Sept. Harvleland. have bail to send her outh Tor several springs to keen her alive, but since she has been taking R.ulam'8 Microbe Killer she has been right at home attending to her business, ami Is In better health than she has been In 2U year'. "H. T. I'OOLE, Cednrtown, Ga." DISEASES i. H. G. MATTERS, THE- - powers of your medicine. Having been a sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial atfectlou and Indigestion, after taking Microbe Killer all of the above symtoms have entirely disappeared. Several Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully testify to t!ie curative " ours, etc., THOS. L. DAVIS. "Janitor Howard Memorial Library. urer. W. O. Herndon, Attornoy. DIRECTORS. "New Orleans, Lit." Asthma and Catarrh Cured. Pttiiniltr, 334 MAIN STREET, Goorgo Salender, Stephen Funs, M. Wakefield, Jos. Schroff, A. Morris, L. H. Peyton and W. Offutt. "t; ' i: V; i'J.' i T f ' tho city of Frankfort Pupils living outside of tho city are oharged as follows: One, $20; two, $35; three, $45 and four pupils, $50. Colored pupils are oharged half of the foregoing rato. Altogether tho report is comprehensive and most creditable in its representation of tho workings of the educational branoh of tho oity government, for which the Board of Trustees and Superintendent Rhoads and Ford JacobB has been appointed local agent and tho Frankfort National Bank made tho depository of tho funds of the cortipany. Tho appraisement committoo is composed of directors Salonder, Offutt and Schroff. Aro You In "I have been n sulferer from nsthmn and catarrh, for more thun'two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting up Inbedorreclli lug In J. u chulr. 1 hue used one Jug of Ridam's Microbe Killer, tue lust three weeks have been G. sleepingand naturally, soundly and sweetly as a H. child. I attribute my relief to the remedy, and heartily recommend It to any one guttering from asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. fr FRANKFORT, erraQcurm. KY: Respectfully, "EDWIN R. MOORE, "Cashier In Bunk of Adalrvllle. Ga." HRuqtuxm Fever and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that utter taking Microbe Killer for tllteeu days I am entirely cured, after being sick two years with malarial fever, and during which time I contracted other diseases, Uux, etc. I was atended during this time by three of the best doctors of the city without being bene"YVM. DOHERTY, fitted, "10 Celeste t New Orleans. Lu." It; WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM -- Needing a tonic, or children who want build- inir up, should tala LADIES pleasant; cures Malaria, Indlgottlon, Blllousuuw, Liver Complaints and Neuralgia. It U imOWN'H IIION UITTEIIS. always keep on hand a bottlo of Dr. Mr. Madam's Microbo Killer Cures all Hale's Household Cough Cure to allay diseases by Ilcmtnlng tho Cause tho first irritation caused by a sudden circular and the cold. This is tho finest romody in tho Send 2 cents stamp for War, shows what world for every kind of cough. You Mlcrobo must be, and do,dlseuie Is anU.wtiut the remedy to cure It, Read It, feel the good effect of the first dose, circulate It and you will Che discoverer for saving by thorough using your cough is your lite. Address and RADAM'fl MICROUE soon cured. 25 and 50o. bottles at J. W. GAYLE or KILLKR. Nashville. Tenn. LKCOMPTE Jc Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. sole agents for Franklin coui.ty. GAYLE CO. 3 If not, why not? Why don't you VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Pnpandby FOR 20 YEARS BIOURBSflS-TiTtOBMU- V Jan, SOIiD EVERYWHERE. CO,, BT.IOUM. ). lG-l- fiSKIBfi I w-y: IffHKft. '. ' W - ' 6 ' v ' 'fv njyw W , i G't Hffi FRUIT CANS. FRUIT JARS. Ten quart bucket One quart coffee-po- t Two quart coffee-po- JELLY GLASSES. Procelian Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and fee Cream Freezers ; One quart, bucket Two quart bucket . , $ tty.. . At reduced prices. . . v. Examine prices on Tinware,. 1 tfM .' Jl 5 . s. . '. . . . . cents. 1 Three quart bucket Four quart bucket Six quart bucket . Eight quart bucket i. . 5 . . . . . ,. : .t . '. . .,. -- ;..:''..c; 10 . . V. ;.-- . - v r io io 15 . i " .' .. . .20. . " " Three quart Four quart t coffee-pot,- . coffee-pot- . . . ..........'...... ;....,. :., ...;..:... . ' 25 5 . . .. . . '". IO .' .'. . . Y . i.l'. .'. 1.25. . . . . .".".. ... . 10 15 . V GMFLOiesjLji Four qtf, 30c; 6 qt., 40 A-Tis- BV jomsr IMPROVEMENTS. , c; 8 qt., 50 qt, 55 c; 12 qt.. 60c; jp3FS.3stSfs.a7ziNrcai 5 . - 4 ::kst!71i:g&. Roofing; Guttering and Job, Work solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. 14 qt., 65c; 16 qtM 75c; 18 qt., 85c; 20 qt., Si. 00; 24 qt., ' ir-i3--1 Street Railway and Residences. The interiors of the Christian . Church and also the First Presbyterian Church have been improved by cleaning, scouring and painting. The splendid new residence owned by Mr. Wm. Craik, on Campbell and Main streets, is an ornament to that part of the city. It is now ready for occupancy. MiBS Ruby Macklin has another neat and attractive home in progress on Arlington Heights, adjoining the" two which were finished not long ago for her. Mr. James A. Scott is modernizing and otherwise improving the appearance of his new home lutely purchased by him from Mr. Fred Carter, on Shelby stree. Miss Florence Barrett's neyj dwelling, at Shelby and Campbell streets, is nearing completion and will probably be rented to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wylie, who have there-fusof it. g answered then, but it is a most pleasure at last to be able this week to say that the road is a cer tainty; that all local spirit of enter, prise and progress is not extinct, but like smouldering ashes fanned, is kindling into activity with the breeze of confidence in the retention of the Capital and the future growth and prosperity of the city. The road is not only promised, buWseveral squares of it has already been laid on the South Side; beginning at Judge Sneed's corner on Shelby street. Mr. Jerry gat:-fyin- CHARLEY STEPHENS Passes Away by a Wound. Self-inflict- ed BUG e wrfrwn wflfriiia bJw J HRKKaanoKa MffrJrTST :8I Fiaiiit F011UI8 Olagacluli i. .'1 -- ff'i U &:. tva IWf'ffi r.3w. 11'. .. 71 al The popular junior editor of the Versailles Sun, Mr. Daniel M. Bowman, who haB many friends in this city, was married at the Episcopal Church in Versailles Wednesday to Miss Cicely de G. McCaw, a beautiful young lady of Fayette county. y Miss JJulia Blakemore's new frame dwelling of eight rooms, now in course of erection on the north side of Second street between Shelby and Main streets, is nearly under roof. When finished it will be 'i one of the handsomest dwellings on the South Side. The. work on Mr. James A. Mur tit- ray's sulphur bath rooms on Wilkin' son and Broadway streets are rapidly ' nearing completion. In addition to a two story frame, in which ordinary sulphur baths may be takenf there is another building in the rear of 40x20 feet in which a plunging basin will be maintained. The water will be conveyed in pipeB from the Murray Sulphur well. The Colored Methodist Church on the old jail lot, at Lewis and Clinton streets, in which Beauchamp the slayer of Soloman Sharp was confined with his wife in the early 20's, is under roof, and exteriorly approachh) ing completion. It will be sometime, UK however, before the interorwork will be finished. This is one of the hand somest church edificies for colored persons in the State and in fact will present a imost favorable contrast with the leading church buildings here for the white people. two-stor,I THE STREET RAILROAD. tated and companies actually organ ized to give the movement substan 'tial endorsement, but from, one cause or another the road failed to materialize, until hope deferred, making the hearts, of the citizens siok, had caused them to lose all faith in suchan enterprise. The question was often asked why the Capital City of nearly 10,000 inhabitants oould not support a street railroad, when a number of smaller Itowns in the State were splendidly ' provided with these .great conveni ences, it coma noc oe sausiae corny - Who is it now that says Frankfort is not keeping pace with her neighbors? For the past five years or more the matter of building a street railroad in this city has been repeatedly agi It is hero at last and has come to stay. The city was startled Thursday afternoon by the report that Charley Stephens had taken his own life. The on Sale Street,. sad intelligence, which an investigation confirmed, fell as a crushing blow upon the numerous friends which Oharley?s generous and genial qualities bad drawn to him. It appears that as late that afternoon as half past four o'clock tho demen Brislan has a force of thirty-fiv- e companions constantly employed in laying the ceased had beemwith his bade Jack on tho North Side. He stringers, cross ties and rails, and Todd and Zack Thomasson good-bywithin thirty days there will be a mile as he was about to leave them, and and a half of single track, with the said: "You'll never see me again," t BET RHD SEE necessary turnouts, in complete run- Proceeding straight home to the corning order. Four small cars to be ner of Third and Conway streets, and drawn by mules are now on their passed to hiB- - room. Within a few way here from Birmingham, Ala., and minutes the report of the pistol was more will bo purchased if the travel heard and the family ran to the room justifies the outlay. The route for where they found Charley on tho the present will be down Shelby floor in front of the bureau with the , street to Second, on the South Side, smoking pistol close beside him. Dr. ' Is now in successful operation for the treatment of the and thence to and across the bridge U. V. Williams was hastily summon to St. Clair on the North Side, and ed, but before he arrived and in less down St. Clair to Main, up Main to than fifteen minutes frdm the firing ' Ann street and thence up the turn j of the shot, the OFFICE LOCATED AT spirit of the unfortu pike to the Cemetery gate. There nate and misguided young man naa 105 and 106 Ann Street, CAPITAL HOTEL JBLD'G, will also be a line running around the taken its flight to,another world. An With in charge, and con- block from St. Clair to Broadway 3Dr. 3". IF1. examination of the wound, and direcDks. E. E. HUME and G. W. CHINN. street; thence to Ann and Main . suiting physicians, of the body, showed that Though this is not an exten- tion permanently relieved of the terrible streets. have beon standing in front of This is an opportunity of being street railroad, it is predicted sive diseases, Alcoholism and Mprphine. Our remedy is, a mirrow and placed the pistol in not distant when rails will the mouth to make sure of its deadly the day is Cure! his Absolute be laid on many other streets and work. The ball entered at the back Complete, Which is Guaranteed. out on every turnpike entering the of tho mouth and lodged in the back " city. It will thereby enable a man of part of the head, and though life was J- - W. GAYLE, small means to provide a home for not extinct for a few minutes, con- V. L. CLARK, President. aug.20-.sSecretary. his family in the suburbs. where prop: sciousness did not return, and it is erty is cheap, and yet afford him the probable that death was really pain-lesadvantages of reaching his business obat the least possible expense. In this As far as actually known there was district and kept on tap to bo phyon the order of the city tained way, by the aid of street cars, have no cause for the awful deed which the great cities spread and prospered. prematurely terminated a life at one sician by anyone applying for it who cannot purchase it. He says that the To the four citizens, Messrs. W; H. n-iFrankfort, Ky. time so full of hope and promise as work of inspection in the rest of the Posey, John Meagher, Pat McDonald, to day, was in his Hit jrn writttn and John T. Buckley, who have Charley Stephen's. He for a num- city will continue from day m jrt? If 70a twenty-sixtyear'and was and that those who fail to have their persistently pursued the project LtTia't, wlJom employ of the premises clean and free of all unnd Inttlllfinl at their own risk to a success- ber of years a faithful of the Capital cmbUIoa lufgtit H Roundabout, andlater healthy nuisances must expect to vni 19417. ful issue, and under the corporation mmin 70U jot Printing Company. As he had not have the penalty of the law adjudged ptclal, pcrtonali title of the Capital Street Railway ittentlon. I an- recently, it may have against them. He particularly warns la brittlf Company are at last about to reap been at work teach toy fUl7 dospondon-c- y people who have hog pens or stables, intalllgant ptraon' lifts been that a sudden fit 6f their reward. The Roundabout of hhri, who prompted him to end, as he did, and have beon in the habit of throwand tin raad who, its hat to them in token of ist best wriif, and ner iBitroction, and profit that the cares of a life which, perhaps, he ing garbage about their yards or in wishes for the honor will work magnified in its burden the streets, to comply with the law at how t such a commendable public enterprise greatly timTbrta Thousand Dollr.ia through some youthfql disappoint- once. deserves. Jtarln id ill own m localltlii, nhant ment in a love affair. The deceased rcr tht7 lira, f Saul Oapt. W. A. Abbott, who has long xfnti ( Oh, m alio Rirnw was the youngest son of Richard been with Messrs. Perclval & Hatton, For many years Mr. B. ,F. Thomptha attention tr amploimant, r son, of Des Moines, Iowa, was severe- Stephens, and besides his mother, to Beal Estate and Insurance Brokers, it hi ell 7011 can earn that amount. ly afflicted with chronic diarrhoea. whom ho was devotedly attached, he Des Moines, Iowa, and Ib one of the charca nvlhlnr bus! He says: "At times it was very and rtcal-- a nothSte- bedt known and most respeotod can ing union city, says: "I severe; so much so that I feared it leaves a brother, Mr. Egbert ness men in that ai abOTO N'otblnr difficult would end my life. About seven phens, and two slaters, one, Miss Ella testify to tho good qualities of Chamto learn, or that Having years ago I chanced to procure a bot- Stephens, a teacher in the oity school. berlain's Cough remedy. raqulroo much Urn. I dailrt but tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera The sorrow stricken mother, whose used it In my family for the past eight perion from iimITi each district or and Diarrhoea Remedy. It gave me years I can safely say it has nd eqnal county. I hare grief has prostrated her, and tho for either colds or croup." 25 and 50 prompt relief, and I believe cured ready taafht and em ororlded nf ployment withlarf me permanently, as I now eat or brother and sisters, who have been cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, yW fflii I mmL'm 1 houiAiid Dollar Vtir each. All aIs new. 52 drink without harm anything I please. bereft of a loved form in the family druggist. mklof or Thre -- I have also used'it in ray family with aolld.sur. Full particulars free. After roukuonr all, If 70a 10 ro no lurinrr, wnr, no uarm is aone, usaare jg ASuoooBSful Institute. results." For sale by J. W. circle, have the deepest sympathy of the best C. ALLi:., ltox lUO, Jtutfuatu, Maine 52 the w&blo community. Gayle, druggist. l;ec,5-ly- . Tho funeral took place from the The Frankfort Sanitary Institute Solcntlflo American at four o'clook yesterday Is performing a good work by ouring residence Nico Homo. Agenoy for afternoon, Rev. George Darsio con- the diseases whioh are treated there, If any body wants a large residence, ducting the services. Tho pall bear- and Is making life new to those who with a grass farm for dairy.inslde the ers wore selected from among tho come under tho charge of tho Insticity limits, the Hunt place advertised closest friends and business associ- tute. No one need suffer any longer by Frank Ohlnn in another column ates of tho deceased, and the body tho pain and torture of tho morphine jrAf was laid to restinrthe cemetery. vtan or liquor habit when they can bo rewill fill the bill. B.nH U.BIO s nHua ninnKo, I by this Institute. DESIGN PATENTS lieved COPYRIGHTS, Oto. Tho Sanitary Condition. froo nandboole wrlto to A Faum Hand Wanted A man For Information and IIBOADWAV. NW Yonic MUNN A CO.. ail who knows something about attendOldest bureau for securing patents In America. brought President James of tho Health ing to horses and working a garden Krery patent ataken out by in Is of charge before' In tho the publlo b 7 notloo given treo gaTO her Castoria. When Baby wm rick, Board states that the streets, alloys can find steady employment by the Castoria. to James. Golns, When she was a Child, ah cried for and promises north of Main street on year on applying JUttMtow Millvillo, Ky. White man preferred, When she became Miss, ahe clung to Castoria. the north side of the oity have boon and must corao well recommended. Xiareeat circulation Of any scientific paper In tha gave them Caatoria. When ahe had Children, ahe world. Splendidly Uluitratod. No lntelllsent inspected and put In good sanitary man stiouia bo without it. wcomr, wj.oii sv muhji condition and that carbolic acid now Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.' rear; uu sir montns. Aaarcai xorct a uv. ii,i.SHtMJ.a6i.iroqwar.naw will bo plentifully thrown ovor that Have opened Eooms Ann near Christian Church. "S j?. to 31 (EL HP mm Frankfort Sanitary Institute Tliompson Liquor, Morphine and Tobacco Habits he-mus- t -- and Permanent m s$ OPVJi liF " ';.' 1 s. RoVt. S. Franklia y. ." t h r mi 'piunim HI tpr Indai-(rioui- lr, a ..!'.! & 1 0110 al- ..'gy .5T-'- 1 iMms aao e a 1 gtimtiiit 3-- 0t i "'.4 ' I o IT r ' 1 "XT" TT! "F5 -- "KTiy sil-vex-wa-r- e JK TP tor fj 9 ri - ne-- w dj.spla.3r of elegant Handsome 'Wedding and Birthday Presents! Our new goods are arriving daily,- . f And we 'are .showing the latest and best articles only. Purchasers can rest assured that our prices are beyond a doubt the lowest and our quality the best. , jo ML A. SELBERT, r !' iw I: i' ' I. ,tfkY?- . sr.-.v,- i 7Wf ; - Kfci&- il WS&arc. Yifr w j ,! n. 5 v- - '. One wife was from itary condition by next spring, when pardon. he thinks the greatest danger of a Louisville and the other from HamilWm. Dunphy, the pioneer cattle cholera epidemic will exiBt. The ton, O., and they were introduced to king, and one of the wealthiest men Mayor, City Board of Health and the Governor as Mrs. Rose No. 1 and prominent citizens are taking active Mrs. Rose No. 2. Tho pardon was in California, died Sunday night. Hip- measures now to givo the city a not granted but the wives together Two of the O'Nan boys, of Sand went to the penitentiary and wept pie, were fined $20 and costs by Squire cleaning. selling whisky Norman issued a circular over and embraced their reoreant Auditor Pan Moore Monday for letter yesterday to the county clerks husband, and departed for their without license. nomes, nappier in loving sucn a man The game of base ball Saturday at and assessors, and inclosed a copy of than never to have loved at all. the Stephenson Revenue Bill, which lake Park between the Olevelanda of postpones This city may yet have a battery. the date of tho county and this oity, and the Peak's Mill Olub Stato assessment of 1893 from Septem- Capt. Noel Gaines has been requested resulted: Olevelanda 10; Peak's Mill 10 ber 15 to November 15, and also makes by Adjutant General Gross to muster Congressman W. 0. P. Breckin-xidg- taxable all property not specifically in about thirty-o- r moro young men of this district, will address exempted by the Constitution, and to organize a battery, to consist of the citizens of this county at the which is almost everything, except- two gatlin and two field guns. Capt. court house on next county court ing government and church property. Gaines has the matter under considerday, Monday, Oct. 3, at 1:30 o'clock JTho Auditor announoes in his circu- ation and will probably accept and p. m. lar that all the necessary blanks are take the command of the battery. If Mrs. Vincent Spfiningor and now being prepared and will be sent organized the battery will be attached charged with poisoning out to the proper officers at the earli- to the Second Regiment, in which I Company H., of this city, recently Mrs. Jas. Austin and Mrs. Ed. Sher-xil- l, est practicable moment. of Louisville, were set at Hurst, the convict whoso escape is mustered out by reason of the expira for want of evidence to mentioned on another page of this tion of their term of service, won the convict them. paper, was captured Thursday night colors of the regiment and such County Judge Williams on Thurs- "and returned to the prison by Farmer signal praise for their bearing and day appointed the Frankfort Safety Quarles,'who lives six miles out ofthis drilling at the encampment here a Vault and Trust Company, adminis- city on the Owenton turnpike. He year ago. Joseph B. Rucker? editor of tho trator of the estate of the late John sought employment of Mr. Quarles inH. .Nutter, whose farm is on Cedar tending to "flee the county in the Reporter, of Somerset, Kentucky, Hun, near the Anderson county line. night, but before that time Warden and who at one time was an employe Anarchist Bergman, who shot at Norman's hand bill announcing the es- of the Yoeman office in this city, was and wounded H. 0. Frick, Manager cape of a convict attracted the notice mortally wounded by an unknown roported.it the It is of Carnegie's Iron Works, at Home- of Mr. Quarles whoGuard Tomat Ed. assassin Tuesday night.the shooting prison, and with that the cause of stead, Pennsylvania, was given a Dailey succeeded in placing Hurst was the editor's" relentless opposition sentence this week of twenty-on- e to the lawlessness that has prevailed years in the State prison and one again within the walls. ; Apropos, of tho recent death of tho in jf uiasKi county. year in the work-housJno. C. of Police G. The city has purohased five barrels Quaker poet and bachelor, John whose conduct Rucker has of carbolio acid for use ih disinfect- Whittter, the following lines, which Anderson, severely criticised, is alleged to be ing the premises of the poorer class it was said at the time they were first theassasflin and a reward of $1,000 has of our citizens, who are .not able to published a number of years ago, been offered by the county for his purchase disinfectants for their own were written by him at the request arrest and conviction. The wounded man died early Tuesday morning. In use. It will be dispensed under the of a young lady for his autograph: addition to the reward of $1,000 by "Ah ladles, you lore to lay a tax direction of the Board of Health. On my poor little paper parcel of fume: countv. Gov. Brown offers ono of It seems (but among you sup A number of the members of Capi- Yet strangewilling to take ray name-- To all 3300 and Rucker's brother-in-laNot one Is plemented it still further by one of write mul rewrite, 'till the angels pity, tal Lodge of Odd Fellows, headed by 8500, making $18,00 total reward lor the Frankfort Cornet Band whioh was The weariful words, thine truly, Whlttler. The Orphan" Brigade, Confeder- the perpetrator of the crime. to furnish the music for the engaged at occasion, wentto Eminence Wednes- ate, will hold their annual Right or Wrong, dedicatory ceremo- Paris on Wednesday next. Every Wlhch will we have? It does seem las If some day to attend the ny of the Nqw Odd Fellows Temple in preparation haB been madefor their folks prefer to have the last condition of the entertainment, and a good time Ib liver rather ttian the first. They perpetually that town. promised all the old veterans who dose themselves with purgatives totally without virtue as ulteratlve of liver trouble. Hosteller's It is gratifying news to loam of the may attend. Stomach Bitters Is the successful candidate for In the 'condition of improvement and yet, popular and well Robt. Bartlett, oharged with, the the people'sIs,choice, are unfortunates who keep wife. She has President Harrison's known as It there the drastic remedies of been removed to the White House murder of tho wife of Dr. Conuri, of onIstrying Intelligent ponloii of the former days. public tmit to Carroll county, was brought to this It wellthe known and long tried properties of the the at Washington City, and the physi- oity Friday night by the Sheriff of Bitters appeal. Benson should be guided by experience in the matter of medication. "ThP cians express their belief in her ulti. experience," best mate restoration to fair, if not sound Carroll county and placed in the cus- said guide to our feet Is the lamp of revolutionary u patriot of the early Minus Williams for period, great the exclamation Is pregnant with tody of Jailer and health., a century truth. For over a third Immediately after tho dully has met with the ofendorsementthe Hitters safo keeper. ot people The contract for building the woman Bartlett disap- suffering from liver complaint, malaria, constipakilling of tho rheumutism, Temple on Ann Btreot opposite peared but was captured a month tion, by dyspopslu. debility and troubles accompaLatterly It has declared nied to the Capital ago in South Dakota and brought and been thoroughly approved as u remedy the ladies entrance ror --ni guppo." Hotel, was awarded to Mr. Spencer O. back to Kentucky to answer for his Gryer, of this city, for 27,640.02. crime. Deaths. It was feared that a mob Work will be begun at onoo on the would execute summary vengence on An infant child of Mr. Sam RomanB, building, which, when completed, will him and Judgo Montfort, in continubo an elegant and imposing struct- ing the case for trial next term, order- of Fork's of Elkhorn, died Sunday. ure. Mr. Conrad Pfoiffer, who lived near ed tho prisoner sent to Frankfort as a The friends of, Prof. E. A. Follmor precautionary nieasure to avert any Loestown, died Friday and was buried Saturday. in this oity will be glad to lenrn that such unlawful proceeding. Mrs. M. G. Dean, living near tho ho haB received the uppointmont of The attraction for women that some agont for tho Equitable Life As- men possess is remarkable. Spanin-go- r, Murray Sulphur Well, diod Wedneslocal day night. surance Association of New York, one who has been on trial in Louisvillo of'tho three largest and richest insur- on tho charge of poisoning Mrs. Mr. Ollno Stiggers died Friday ance companies in the United States. James Austin and Mrs. Ed. Sherrill, night and hiu remains wore taken to Prof. Follmor is a gonial, intelligent not only had one wife living and ono Lebanon for interment. gentleman, whoso reliability and dead, but maintained improper relaMrs. Ellon Ford, aged sixty-si- x wide' acquaintance can not fail to tions, with a number of other women years, diod Sunday morning and was mako him a valuable agent to the who wore jealous of oaoh othor over burled from tho Gatholio Church company in this .city. Lthe attention whioh Spaningor paid Monday afternoon. She sustained a Dr. J. N. McOormack, of Bowling to them. Now to givo emphasis to fraoturo of tho hip in a fall last winQroon, Secretary of tho Stato Board this poVor which some men, usually ter on tho ioy ground, which with of Hoalth and International Board of the most unattraotivo to thoir fellow- - her age made recovery impossible. Health, after inspecting Louisville, men have over womon, uiore came The deceased was twico married and both husbands, leaving a doolarod that it is a hot bed for,, the to this city Wednesday tho two wives survived oaoh Mr. Con McOarty and child by propagation of oholora and other of F,"E, Rose, tho bigamist in the peni- Miss Nellie Ford both of whom aro disease gorms, and said it will tako tentiary, ftto, plead" jointly with the well known and have tho sympathy of for their, husband's the community in thoir bereavement. $100,000 to put tho city in proper sau- - Governor Top Drawer. " vy x-x. FRANKFORT, KY. R. ROGERS & SON, fOur Stare for a itezJ WlVezo 4 HS We have ony a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about Yi Ideas booklet! PutinaJBrigItftM Way Brief o, jf gBISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. Free tOjthose who ask for it. Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. Jose-phineGol- e, liberty-Wednesda- y OUR PLATFORM. T1TB pledge ourselves in favor of sap-pose- d IlPOTIEOdriOIfcT ZEIEBIEZE! of customers evercharge, adulterations and misstatements. from e. N TIEB--IDIE- j for every one with the merchant who does most for his customers. Ex-Chi- ef PROHIBITION ISlb33D"CrO,n?I03Sr and buyer's bugbear of monopolistic rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. of the people's burden tax profits. w BUY AS YOU VOTE INTELLIGENTLY! H3 ' re-unio- n As candidates for your patronage we invite an examimtton of our business record in support of our claim for FAIR, ' SQUARE DEALING. We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, and the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction of age or class, and behind our promise stands our splendid stock of Ma-eor.i- o Its-se- lf Boots and Shoes, Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. The finest goods, the fairest dealings, thfc fullest satisfaction guararvj teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader,1 RTT TVTT TTT?"P . C?ls-JLsr SJ:.-ee-- , Boots, Shods, Hats, Books, &c. C .' lj-- Mafias WW&WfWT J i fST m 1892 & hs. 1892. LHU ILntn & o All ft 0 I crurcne i & Starts. -- 1892 D U N L A P HATS. They are beauties. FALL Fall Announcement! In opening bur doors to the public with opr Grand Fall Display of MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, Men's Hats and Furnishings, Ladies', Misses, Men's and Boy's Shoes, FALL, NECKWEAR. 1892. Royal Blue, Altantic Green, Fox firqwii. See window. Fall, 1892, See the new imperial hat, The Comedore; you should have one. FM Great shades.. UNDERWEAR. variety, . beautiful Will you see them? Children's suits, THEY ARE BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS. Fall patterns. New m r GREAT. N. B. Sacks will be the leading styles; don't buy until you see ours. See the great collar and cuff play. dis- OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! Our second floor chuck full of them. All prices. Children's knee pants. See what 25c, 35c.,. up to &i. 50, will do. You will be surprised. N Men's dress suits, coachman's suits, wedding suits a specialty. MEN'S and BOYS' boots and Now don't buy until shoes. you 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 platformr-i- 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. s Sox, Sox, Sox. One-hadozen, the best in the world, only Great variety other 50c. grades. lf Trunks and bags, packing trunks, telescopes. No house in the State will show a greater line. LADIES' and MISSES SHOES. See our great window display. More styles than any two houses in the city. CRUTCHER FRANKFORTiag.ttfng&Ci:fXa5ggg33 -- & AND- STARKS, i -- LOUISVILLE. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world. King's Royal Germateur. Pre-eminentl- y the medicine of the cures century, Its phenominal success as Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures a seller and favorite with, the people Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum is the acknowledged wonder of the Based upon the in the most soothing manner. Cures medicine world. Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be modern, and at once popular, comtaken internally. A positive specific mending itself as a necessary housefor Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, hold remedy. It advertises best by Chilblains, Sores of long standing, its use. Specific for all Catarrhal Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: diseases, a Nerve Tonic, and Blood different from all else: superior to' all Purifier. It is without doubt the else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes-Larg- most reliable germ destroyer in exsize cheapest. Sold at Carperi-ter'- s istence, and to the extent that the y South Side drug store. theory is correct, King's Royal ermeteur is the romedy. It is no accident but is the result of fifteen Special Train to Lexington. years study of medical genius. For FOR SALE. A SMALL in operation, A SOUR-MAS- It absolutely cures catarrh. lb ruie Durguiu. Jan. 23-t- f. DISTILLKRY, NOW for sale cheap. Only $4,000. Appiy to M. T. MITCHELL, Frankfort Ky. TABLER'SPII C DANCING' CLASS. KATIE STRAUSS' CLASS IN DANCING open at (,'upital Hotel. Days of Tuition Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at 10 o'clock. jun BUCKEYEJjLC MISS 18-t- X Moore's Poultry Remedy. TE 0INTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, W.J, .Tan.SO-ly- v CHINN.J JRk) e TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures 5-l- CHOLERA AND GAPES. and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. rwptrtdbjKICIUBDSOH.TATLOBVKD. A SURE Will practice in all State Courts. Of. fice second floor, Custom House. .'i,f CO., BT.L0UIS. Kentucky Midland Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND M will run a special train from LaGrange to Lexington Sunday, The L. & N. sale by Chapman & Williams. 19 $3.62. -- . CThe Queen & Crescent Route will place excursion tickets on sale to Texas, Arkansas and Indian TerriGet a trial box. tory, at greatly reduced rates, on Agent. August 30th, September 27th and October 25th, good for return 20 days B"S" Worth Knowing. from date of sale. For rates, maps and Many thousand people have found. further information, call on Agents of the at a friend in Aunt Fanny's Health Re- your u..& U. Route, of Agent G. CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, station. or. address D. storer. If you have never used this, great Edwards, G. P, A., Cincinnati, O. specific for the prevailing malady of PRESCRIPTION DRUB- the age, Dyspepsia, Liver uompiaint, 'A Horrible Railroad Accident. Rheumatism, Costiveness. Nervous, Exhaustion, Nervous Prostration, Ib daily chronic in our papers; also Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS AND SUNDRIES. Sleeplessness and all diseases arising the death of some dear friend, who from derangement of the stomach, has died with Consumption, whereas, liver and kidneys, we would be if he or she had taken Otto's Cure Finest SODA WATER in Frankfort, pleased to give you a package of this for Throat and Lung disease in time, April great nerve tonic free of charge. ' life would have been rendered happiChapman & Williams. 45 er and perhaps saved. Heed the warningl If you have a cough or any affection of the Throat or Lungs L. & N. Excursion Rates. I. call at Chapman & Williams' and get DR. a trial bottle free. Large size 60o. 45 The L. &.N. R. R. offers the followOF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the m ing reduced rateB: Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Sept. 27th and Oct. 25th, Harvest excursion, good 20 days, to points in The best salve i n the world foi Arkansas,' Texas and Indian Territory, one fare for round trip. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt IN LEXINGTdN. KY.. Aug. 27th to Oct. 1st, Cincinnati Kheum, Feyer Sores, Tetter, return, account Latonia races, at and Saturday, Sept. 10th, 1802. at 9 o'clock p. m., fare from Frankfort, round trip, 75 cents. W. V. Alexander, Sept. 25th, passing Frankfort at 10 a. m , returning, leaves Lexington Rare Opportunity, More then pays for Its use In the extra production of A NOTED SPECIALIST 1 Si - - S mMFORT,' .. fi. II. STQGKDHLE, II. -- 0., ., Onlr direct line between OFKl-y- Frankfort, Georgetown lisle, and Piris, Fal- JE Ca& FOE jE LOTJISVILLE, Hajsrille, Cynthiana, mouth and Corington. TT7HO HAS CHARGE OF THE ELECTRICAL W and surgical department of the Southern Medical und Surgical institute of that city. By special request ne win visit ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY. :F,:E.:LT:K::E,o:E1, AT THE- TRAINS HUN BY GENTRAL MIDLAND;. STANOAflO TIME. CAPITAL HOTEL, SATURDAY, TIME TABLE JUNE 20. 1892. I A M IP M IV u SEPTEMBER 24TH, TRAINS EAST. Lv. Frankfort Lv. Summit . . No. 1. 6.00 6.06 6.11 0.18 6.SJ 6.39 No. 3.1 No. 7.. . y. FROM 8 A. M. TO 3 P. M. .A. W. KELLEY, PHOENIX HOTEL, 22d, Returning every four weeks. Dr. Stockdale has been connected with the largest hospitals In this country, and ha no su- diseases and Serior In diagnosing und treating any case that tie will glte $5u for he cm not tell the disease and where located lit uve minutes. Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical dis eases, Acute ana cronic At Parts Lv. Humming Ground . Lv. Duvall Lv. Johnson Lv. Georgetown . . . B . Lv.o.s. Depot I v. Newtown Lv. Ceutrevllle Lv Elizabeth Lv.Elkhorn Lv.Swltzer ....'... C44 6.62 6.66 7.09 7.18 7.23 7.87 A M I ...... , C. 8.30 3.36 3.41 3.48 4.02 4.09 4.14 4.22 4.32 4.47 4.66 6.01 6.10 I A. 1.00' 1.10' 1.25. 1.40 2.0O-- 2.10. 2.20 2.86. 3.C01 3.20' 3.35. 3.46- M l M 106. P M For further particulars apply to V. W. Alexander, Agent. How to Cure a Cold. known remedy. If you have Asthma, Bronchitis, For MaXaria, Liver TrouConsumption or any" disease of the throat and lungs, a few doses of this great guaranteed remedy will sur- oROVN'S IRON BITTERS prise you. If you wish to tryjitcallat our store, If you have a bujjg, "carriage or on Main street, and we will be pleased set of harness which needs repairing to furnish you a bottle free of cost, take it to the Kentucky Buggy ana and that will prove our assertion. Harness Company on east Broadway. Chapman & Williams. 45 All work promptly executed. Simply tako Otto's Ouro. Wo know For sale by SouthSide drug store, of its astonishing cures and that it P. H, Carpenter will stop a cough quioker than any 5-- iy Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns Saturday, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- Saturday, tively cures Piles, or no pay re Saturday, quired. It is guaranteed tagive perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. ble, orIndigestion,use 15-t- f. TRAINS WEST. INQ.2. INo.4 INo.8INo.lg Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Lv. Paris C H.00 6.5U 4.85 Lungs, Dyspepsia. Urlght's Disease, Kidneys, Ar. Elizabeth 8.12 6.02 6.01 Dlabetls. Liver. Bladder, Chronic and Female Ar. CentervtUe. . . . RIG 6.06 5.10 and Sexual Diseases. Ar. Newtown . . . . 8.24 6 14 6.25 Oot. 1st. 1892. H.86 6,12 Ar. O S. Depot . . . Oured. 1802. Oot. Ar. Georgetown . . B a41 6.37 6.52 6.45 Nov. 12th, 1892. 8.49 6.46 7.06 A positive GUARANTEE. Young to middle Ar, Johnson Ar. Duvall 8.64 6.61 7.16 aged men nitferlng from Spermatorrhea and 6.6H 0.01 e 7.35 HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical youth, or Ar. StamplngGround In as the results of Ar, Swltzer 9 13 7.10 7.65 operation an u with little or no pain. excess In mature years, and other causes, producAr. 0.19 7.10 8.10 ing some of the following effects, as emission. Ar. Elkhorn REEERENCES . Summit 0.25 7.22 8.20 UlUlfVllva, UCUilM. iiciiuuguvDai uimiumoi wm- 7.30 8.30 fusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective Ar. Frankfort . . , A . 9.83 W. McKee Ilardle, Frankfort, Ky. Ky. memory and sexual exhaustions, which unlit tlio J. A. Scott. Frankfort. victim for buslnesss or marriage, are permaA connects with L. & N. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, Ky. nently cured by remedies not Injurious. B connects with Q, & 0. and L.S. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. C connects with K. C. V. Berberlch, Frankfort, Ky. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, Rev. L." P. llulett, Benson, Ky. Effective Julylth, Punday trains leave FrankMcClure, Frankfort, Ky. A. II. Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, fall- fort 8:15a.m. and 8:30 p.m., arrive at George. J. llughes.Frankfort, Ky. ing out of hair, pain In the bones, eruptions, etc., town 0:10 a. m, and 422 p.m.; Paris 9:60 a. nd David Moore, Benson, Ky. mercury or any oiner injurious arugs, uonorrnosa, 6:10 p. in. Jas. M. Wlthrow.Frankfort, Ky. Gleet. Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney Le ve Paris 10:10 a. m. and 550 p. m.. arrive at troubles, are speedily cured by treatment that has Georgetown 10:56a. m. and C.05 p. in.: Frankfort DR. KELLEY'8 ofllce and residence is at 269 never failed. 11:60 u. m. and 7:00 p. m. . cases, but cures West Eighth street, Cincinnati, und where he may lie undertakes no The Kentucky Midland Railway connecbe found every day of each week except SATUR- thousands given up to die. Remember the date tions form the shortest and cheapest and route to all DAYS. Pamphlets describing these diseases and come early, as his rooms ure always crowded points north, south and west. and the mode of treatment sent free to any one wherever he stops. For further Information nnnlv tnthntrnimnta. -W, I. KELLEY, M, D., by addressing Correspondence solicited and confidential. fi. D, BEROAW, E. B. WEITZEL,. 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. B. A. STOCKDALE, M. D.. Address, city Ticket Agent. wot ass. LoulaviLLK, K15. Sept. 10. 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