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Number 4 Latest U. S. Gov't Report. is wyfej Baking $ Wo had quite a storm Sunday night. Mr O. P. Barnes, of Scott county, visiting here. RDWERSCOTT&FRAZEE, S. E. Corner 'Main and Broadway, i232a53g The Rhyme of the Governors. o, & ABSOlSJEEDf PURE "Mh ''2CL ! WTVi list, but is improving. Dr. Owen Robinson has returned from a visit to Jefferson City. The marriage did not take place at the Poor House last Wednesday, the Mrs. B. Dotson is Btlll on the sick Lexington, Ky. at Evergreen Church. large. 21st. A protracted meeting is in progress Attendance ' N ','- - U ft M Gift Ik. g :.V T & ?1 M fc i?f .l been brought to his home where 4ie is getting along nicely. ' In seventeen himdroJ utul ninety-twWell, we proposed in our last Kentucky out of olI Vi ul'ilu nr w. epistle to give you city folks a little mnous m in In war And Isinu Slio b To begin sketch of the ' For four years w.ti thu Stute' flint (ioveMior. we think it would be interesting for James (f.irranl next i.io bo iowI U i lure, tho city people to read about our Till Christy Gieenup cam- - In alKhtoen four. Country Home. We live on a farm of Charles Scott the o flee hel In elglitton eight. about three hundred acres of as good For four years, till thu war rtlt.i Untaln Great, Llancl as ever a buzzard Hew over, When Shelby t len iif.iltt 19 uliw su jpUel , which lies on the banks of that classFor one tenU, t il Or so. 11 lis J 1. w 10 dljJ ic stream known as Benson Creek The third to rule, In p Mt of ilinu so bilef-A- nd the world over. left (lube shiwlicer, the Lieutenant, Chief. Now here is autumn at hand, and for a teim, the clmlr In oh how beautiful to nee the trees Was occupied by Uen'r.il J.1I111 Ail ur; drooping with fruit which Heemsto bo ilatti, And Joe Desha sue t e Jed him waiting to be gathered and soon we t. When ThomJ Metcalfe c una In tvvjnty-elgirlB and boys will reap the rich to four, For two years the 1, f 10111 tti abundance of tho year, and store it John Bro ithltt, wae lkxllel, wis (ioernor, away for winter. And then comes And p isieJ cno tltio to James Moieluud, the winter- - with her snowy shroud, so Lieutenant, wno tilled up 1 10 vuciu;y, beautiful to behold, every tree and . Jam;s dare arrive 1, Until In shrub dressed in white, what joy it onlj of his tirin curvlveil And brings us. We can then put on our death romovu I, to ope tli way Tbe third, skates aud with our best fellow by For a Lieutenant Charles. WlcklinVs wa our siae go to tne piacia pools or untti From ekhteen-fortBenson Creek and enjoy ourselves wus the (xjvernor; Robert P Letchtr till our hearts are content) or else we And William Offilcy next till can get our sleighs and hie through gre it When John J. Crittenden suitesm wood and dell until we are surfeited For two years held the place and higher rose, with pleasure and then return to our And left Lieutenant Juuu L. Helm to close abodes, hungry as wolves, to enjoy the A term, ilia Cousiltutlo caused t run e oning eating fruits and cracking But tbrea year., uiitnl eighteen nuts, which we stored away in auL. W. Powell till tumn. The poor enjoy winter just Mooreb uA'a mr u -- cae Chief Ktecutlve. as much as we do. If they have not In our years B. Mu;jdl stands In view, as much at their homes as we have, Till he resigned In auiisc six we have a home wherein to welcome When war and strife Internal elevate them, so that they may enjoy themSpeaker James Ujouison, Chief Magistrate. selves, and the greatest pleasure of thiee, for one t:rm theu In elghteen-slxtall we are not compelled to stay in Came Thomas Bra nleite, who la turn, ugaln, doors where we can never breath the Beheld John Hel fresh air that gives us health, which eaiee The high poslton aal i for turea days ev 11, is the greatest blessing we can enjoy. When death relieve htm 01 tbe honors won, Next comes spring with her showers And left In charge John W. Stevens n. and singing birds, her flowers and Then P. II. Leslie followe I him four years breezes ladened with richest perWhen James McCreary, no v M. C, appturs fumes and we still enjoy ourselves Till seventy-ninroving over field and forest gatherand after him tbe list Shows Luke P. Blackburn, the 'Pullanthroplst". ing wild flowers, with our voices It cann it be forgot, In merrily talking and , laughing, as we An able man was Gov. Proctor Knott, while away the fleeting hours. The To whom "The Constitution A ' will cling, farmers enjoy the pleasant spring, For depth and powe: In true Interpreting.. they plow the soil, plant their crops ana soon they see the fields and And fouc years later, S. B. Buokner came And proved tbe qualities that g tve hhn fama gardens filled with tho growing crops The mind that saw by aid of conscience-light- s of grain aud vegetables. And courage tou.ihold tUj pej'le's rUuts In the1 coldness wueu ojr lalth and love will freei, Were Justly honored both In peace and war Silver threads will draw us back to dus Ike A Gen'rul llrst and thju a Governor. these; Ot John Youn j Biomji, the last In ninety-onTneu again among th-- i flowers, 1 1 1 elshteen-tweiit- y 111 ny-tw- o 1 talrt-six- three-fourt- j i y 'forty-fou- r, home. Mrs. E. Barnes, who has been visiting friends in Scott county, has returned home. , Prayer meeting was held Wednesday night at Mrs. Robinson's and 9 there was a large attendance. Now on exhibition the most complete line of Furniture we have ever Miss Alice McBride died at her shown, consisting of Fine, Medium and Low Priced homo on Sunday night, September 25th. Her funeral took , place at Graefenburgon Tuesday afternoon. Mr. J. H. Barnes, formerly of this Cfiamber China place, but now in Texas, is coming back to his old homo. We nominate him atS a candidate for "Poor House keeper at tho next election. Chiffoniers, A runaway boy about 14 years of age is stopping witn Mr. Uash Morris, ( 14 miles irom Frankfort, on tne Extension Tables, hairs, Rockers, &c.N, in all the different woods and popular finishes. Also a full line of Parlor Suits, Divans, Georgetown pike. He gives his first name as Charley, but refuses to tell Couches, Easy Chairs and Rockers. Fine Leather his last name. Any one interested in Work. Mattresses and Pillows made to order flndincr such a bov should address by experienced workmen. Mr. Morris, at White Sulphur. Miss Leana Morris, who has been visiting friends here, has returned FURNITURE Fall Styles for 1892. Suits, J Wardrnbes, Cabinets, Bank Cases, Sideboards, , A m forty-eigh- t, Pleanent. 1 111 "William Skolley, Of 11 Academy St., Jamesvllle, Wis., under date of May 23, says: Messrs. Kenyon & .Thomas: This is to certify what I know about Dr. Hale's Household Ointment. I have had a bothersome sore on my lip for 15 years which terminated in a cancer. I had tried various remedies purporting to cure, but all without avail until I purchased a box of your Dr. Hale's Household Ointment and with two months' using it has entirely cured it, and I freely give this for the benefit of the people. Truly yours, "Wm. 1 Folding Beds and Wood Mantels. Lowest prices. t We invito inspection. nfty-oji- 1 y BRO WEE, SCOTT & FRAZEE, Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. 11 111 1 slxty-sev'- 1 e, This wonderful medioino is for sale at Carpenter's South Side Drug Store. 4 ... " Skelley. 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. eighty-thre- e, - . - m . , . LOST. e, And now Hummer comes with her beaming sunshine and ripens the y m i meadow and the grain, and soon the farmers with their reapers will go Consumption. ft' Si." forth to reap the harvest. You city Tha mnaf. fr Via 1tanrlnrl nT all ra, girls may think your home best, but ust eases otten begins in a simple com, r visit our country homes and see olmr.l,r no,lntH "NT .min-iiMim nOW mUOH more pleasant lC IB. lne afflict-oube allowed" to run a single da v with- - """" we know this is becausecountryt using the finest remedy in the d PeP . alw,ay8 Bueek the " ",- world, Dr. uaie's Household uougn '"' any one " "r1. 8oinB. 0 a city for their Cure. It acts like matrio.strenctheninir Pf this the lunors. allavincr all irritation and health, and as been is summer of & speaking, the eures a cough where all other reme- which we have will soon tell us that dies fall. 25 and 50c. per bottle at farewell flowers summojr is gone and autura will come South Side Drug Store. Carpenter's dancing in, when the farmers will go 4 5V- forth with cheerful hearts, and willing hands to prepare for the return V. Country Homo. of the beautiful snow, when we will iu go forth sitting beside our best young &. season is in full blast. man swiftly gliding o'er hill and dale The paw-pato the jingle ofthe merrysloigh bells. IT The weather continues delightfully ij Dear Mr. Roundabout, for the pres pleasant US ent ta-tC I Rose and Pink. ' OpoBsum and sweet potatoes are 1 ! 3 Naught should be said until his term is done. When Juitlce wlthhersord and baridageU sigh Will lift tbe ecales and hold him up to light. Will we pass the golden hours; When the apple blossom's falling: from the trees. A meek & rflllam brass reel No. 2, with pole and line. It was lost Friday night on the road between the Wash Hancock place and Manga u & Darnell's BRU WNIE ! stable. A liberal reward will be paid for its return Hardware and Cutlery, to this office. " 2-i- f. Or you ore all worn out, really good for nothing. It la general debility. Try - IF YOVll HACK AGUES, (runs, Aumunitioa and BUOirN'S IltOK MTTXltS. It will cure you. cleanse- your Ur, ftnd give a good appetite. Sporting Goods, Bargains. MastinBros. have some splendid second-han- d Surreys, Pheatons and Buggies that they offer cheap. 42-t- f. Paints, Oils and GlassJ OFFERED BY - y f --. w the D. S. Express 6fllce Williams' grocery. If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, left at your residence every morning, leave orders at W. H. Averill'a drug store, or. M. P. GRAY, Hard-ware H. R. Merchant. 23-t- f. a j fcv M i Ji &!? ip now ripe. A very large congregation attended reaching ut 'Mt. Zion Church last E ordsday. Mrs. Warren Pulliam spent last Sunday with the family of Mr. G. I Wash. Sudduth. An unusually large concourse attended the meeting at J. P. Moore's school-hous- e last Sunday. Misses Lilly M. Sudduth and Pearlie Pulliam and Capt. C. J. Ohisra, were the guests of Mr. W. H. Sudduth and family, last Sunday. Sudduth's Sulphur Springs have closed doora for the season and the guests have departed to their homes after one of the gayest seasons ever experienced at this famous watering place. Mr. D W. Bryant was compelled to return homo from his engagement at Choppers, on account of ti severe "rising on his right hand. Ho is doing as well aB could be, expected under Ladies. Are you suffering from weakness? Is your complexion sallow? Do you Are you have constant baok-aohe- ? constipated? Do you feel all tired out? If, you have any of these feelings, begin at once to use Dr. Hale's Household Tea. It will give you a restore you to clear complexions-wil- l hflnlr.h and Fair To Sec ;K Store. s Htrnncrrh nnd will mnlrn you feel like a new person, v Get It to- day at Carpenter's South Hide Drug 4 Transfer at Paris. HIHII The Kentucky Midland has arranged cheap transfer charges for passengers between K. M. and K. 0. points when connections are not made at tho railway junction. The company also offers free transfer service between Frankfort and stations on tho K. C, MayBvlllo and Winchester and Richmond lino. Bo sure to aak Kentucky Midland ticket tho circumstances. agent for transfer chocks. 0. D. Beroaw, Quite a serious acoldont befell Mr. G. P. A. Robert Fleming while housing his tobacco at Croppers. He fell from his wagon and broke his leg. Ho has Children Cry for Pitcher's Cistoria. in the way of Novelties begins to compare with the array now displayed by W. L. Coppersmiih, the Jeweler. Raised Gold and Djamond Watches of all kinds ar.d prices. In-crust- Nothing lliililSiS IKbIIBBI Hi iMil BSIa sis 1 1 I glit-erin- g ukSLihES July 30-l- EKES fjf $rXv' !r 4 '. if wrj i . ' 'as V.'Z ,' '" .TTOrar "'- ". - - si f T-- : '. ' . Milburn Iron Roofing; r f r We will sell at cost for cash our general line of Builder's, Hardware, Cutlery,, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Jackie, BlackV w-- SELLING OUT AT ft A. smith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belling, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods Mldbn time will be charged at regi lar price. smm ."'iff-!W :, Oor. Main and Lewis Streets, it-?- C.E. COLLINS & BRO I. the Farmers Bank. v "tw "J ' hjis accepted the position as Secretary to General Hendrick. Mrs. M. H. P. Williams, jr., is quite Miss Jessie Richards returned home ill. to Louisville Tuesday afer a visit to Mrs. W. H. Jeffries is visiting her Miss Rebecca Johnson. mother in Louisville. Mrs. Nora Shanahan was here this Mr. Klchard Godson, of Midway, week from Lexington visiting Mr. was in the city Tuesday. and Mrs. J. M. Hallnan. Miss Nellie Lewis entertained her Miss Louise Hoehnle returned friends Wednesday night. home to Cincinnati Monday, after a Miss Kate Newman went to Louis- visit to Mrs". 0. Herancourt. Miss Mamie. Bull returned Thurs-da- j' ville Monday to visit friends. from a visit of several weeks to Mr. Carter Sample, of Louisville, friends in Memphis, Tennessee. visited relatives here Sunday. Judge S. B Vance, Mrs. Jason M. Case and daughter James F. Clay and County Judge are visiting relatives in Louisville: John W. Lockett, of Henderson, wore Mr. and Mrs. John T. Buckley are home from a trip to New York City. here Thursday. Mrs. Robert Gray, of Louisville, and Miss Annie Simrall, of Lexington, Miss Sunbeam Hempstead, of Spring is the guest of Mrs. Sam D. Johnson. Station, were in the city this week Mr. D. J. McCarty, of Washington visiting relatives. City, is visiting relatives in this city. Mr. Hugh Rodman left Thursday Mr. P. H. Newman was here Sun- for Ann Arbor, Michigan, to attend day from Cincinnati visiting his fam- the "University of Michigan during Personals. tion train, and badly damaging the locomotives. Mr. A BIG CHECK r i. F ily. E Misses Mattie and Mary Haly'are visiting Mrs. Jennie Skain in Lexing- ton. Oapt. W. P. Dandridgo and wife are home from an extended trip to the 33ast. i; ? j( Dr. Alfred Hqnsley was here from Louisville Sunday visiting his pa- rents. Mr. Weston Thomas, of Anderson, Indiana, visited Miis mother, this week. Mr. Waller 0. Green, of Loui'sville, was here this week visiting his parents. Miss Nellie Orbison went to Covington Monday to visit Mrs. Sam. M. t'. - ivy 1 Gaines. Miss Annie Freeman, after a visit to friends, returned homo to Georgia Tuesday. . Dr. H. L. Tobln and wife returned this week from a visit to friends in Covington. Mr. Lewis Clark, of Greenville, Mississippi, visited Mr. Jud Graham this week. bring city from Danville his family to this Col. Nicholas McDowell will Mr. Edward W. Hines went to Bowling Green Saturday and return- ed Tuesday. Miss Minnie VanDorveor will go to Hamilton, Ohio, next Monday to visit her relatives. " I?.' Mrs. Thomas B. Rodman returned this week from a -visit to her parents " in Mt. Sterling. Miss .Margery Dudley wont to Thursday to make a brief visit to her friends. Mr. J. W." Gault and Mrs. J. M. Banta went to Oentreville this week to visit their sister. Mr. W. R. Griffith returned home to Owensboro Saturday after a visit ' here to his friends. Mr. R. M. Aldridge and wife have returned from their sojourn at Petosky, Michigan. Mrs. George Sorughara, of Lexington, is visiting the; Misses Tanner on South Logan street. Miss Mamie Bull is homo from an extended visit to her relatives in Gin-cinnatia the coming winter. Mrs. Sarah LeCompto and her daughter, Miss Maggie, will go to Lexington next Tuesday to mako that city their future home. Misses Louise and Lina Pepper went to Cincinnati Tuesday to attend school. They were accompanied by their mother, Mrs. R. P. Pepper. Mr. Frank Hutchison, of this ci ty, is a leading comedian in the ''Ship Ahoy" opera company, which appeared at Louisville several weeks. Messrs. Richard Church, Richard Orutcher, Tom Church, and George Shinkle went to Mt. Sterling Monday to take nfirt in the shooting tournament. Senator J. S. Wortham, of Grayson countyj has rented Miss Sallie Jackson's house on Shelby street, but will not bring hiB family here until about the first of November. Mr. W. S. Dehoney is home from a trip to Philadelphia and Baltimore. In the former city Mr. Dehoney visited his atfti, Howard, who is, senior physician in the Jefferson Hospital. Mr. Sam A. Norman, Warden of the Penitentiary, and wife went to Mr. Norman's Monday. May field Wife-- 1 is not in good health, and she will probably remain at her home in Mayfield for the winter. ' Hon. D. A. Yeiser, Mayor, and Hon. Robert L. ReeveB, City Attorney, and, wife, of Paducah, were in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Reeves is a niece of " Hon. Myer Weil, deceased, who represented McCraoken county in the Legislature last sessio'n. . Miss Todd Saffell, who accidentally fell into an open cellar at night last week and sustained a number of painful bruises on her side and an injury to the tendons of her foot'as to make it difficult for her to move about, has recovered from the accident. State Treasurer Halo, Auditor Norman, Assistant Auditor1 Virgil Hewitt, Superintendent Thompson, Secretary Headloy, Oapt. Todd Hall, Pub-li- e Printer Johnson, and numerous others from this city attended the n at Paris Orphan's Brigade Re-uuio- Richard Morris, wife and sons, On State Treasurer to Pay School Teachers. Will and Gavin, left Wednesday for Fort Worth, .Texas, to visit Gapt. W. The large draft of 696,809 for two-fiftK. Gray. of the school money to pay the Among the forty-tw- o members of teachers for this year, was made on the Grau Opera Company, which lias Auditor Norman by Superintendent been rehearsing in this city this week Thompson yesterday. It was to be y preparatory to their opening here prepared to meet this draft Monday night the season's engage- that Auditor Norman and State ments, is Miss Edith Mason, of Louis- Treasurer Hale found it necessary ville, the prima donna of the compa- last August to suspend payment. More than sufficient money, however, ny, and a niece of Hon. Henry is in the Treasury now, about $950.0001 and Treasurer Hale will mako It is not unusual for colds contract- up the checks and send them to the ed ju the fall to hang on all winter. In such cases catarrh and chronic County Superintendents all over the bronchitis are almost sure to result. State. Breathitt county, 3,957, Knott A fifty cent bottle of Chamberlain's county, 2,646 and the city of FrankCough Remedy will cure any oold. Can you afford to risk sp much fov so fort, 2,613, did not draw this time, small an amount? This remedy is and if they had the total amount of intended especially for bad colds and the draft would have been 706,025. croup and can always be depended The largest amounts wore paid to upon. For sale by J. W. Gayle, DrugLouisville, 71,970, and Jefferson coun. gist, lm ty. $8,962; Kenton county $5,622 and Covington 13,168; Campbell county Deaths. 4,298 and Bellevue 1,203, Dayton andNowport9,503; Fayette counMr. Will Clark, of Hatton, died ty 14,783; Christian county 11,082; Tuesday. A child of A. L. Glass, on the Lees-tow- n Warren county 10,730 and Graves turnpike, 'three years of age, county 10,206. Though Frankfort did not draw, Superintendent Thomdied Tuesday. as Hunter will got 3,230 for the The largest sale of horses ever county teachers. made in one day in Frankfort will be made October 4th, by MoFerran, A reported outbreak of oholera at Wyman & Co. Helmetta, N. J., created much excitement in that vicinity. Investigation showed that the disease was not Joint Dicussion. cholera but a violent dysentery dangerThe three candidates for Congress which is almost as severe and WHlard, P. ous as cholera. Mr. Walter in this district, viz: Hon. W.. 0. a prominent merchant of Jamcsburg, Breckinridge, Democrat, Capt. Thos. two miles from Helmetta, says ChamJ. Hardin, Republican, and L. S. berlain's Colic. Oholera and Diarrhcea has Johnson, Esq., People's Party, will Remedy moatgiven great satisfaction dysensevere cases meet in joint disoussion of the politi- in thoIt is certainly one ofof best tery. the cal issues of the day at the Court things ever made. For sale by J. W. lm House on Monday afternoon. Speaking Gayle, Druggist. will begin at 1 o'clock, and every Garfield Club. boby invited to be present. There will be a special meeting of U. S. Court Matters. tho Garfield Club this evening at headquarters at 7:30, at whioh busiDeputy U. S. Marshal Con McCarty ness of importance concerning regisconsideraarrested Ella Ohllders, a white wo- tration williscome up for everybody and it man, in Lexington Thursday, charged tion, attend. hoped that will with breaking open letters addressed Geo. W. Reook, President. V. H. Van Winkle, Sec'y. to another party. She. will be tried boforo Commissioner Scott, in Lex' MerUWIns. ington, on Monday. We desire to say to our citizens, H. H. Quire, of Henry county, who is charged with sending ah obscene that for years we have been selling letter through the .mails, had au ex- Dr. King's New Discovery fo amining trial yesterday before Com- Consumption, Dr. King's New missioner Chinn and was hold over Life Pills Buckien's Arnica Salve in $300 bond to appear at the January ind Electric Bitters, and have terra of the Federal Court. never handled remedies "that sell as well, or that have given such hit WIUIUIII luuruuji. mt rnitfi universal satisfaction. mi J.1111U lurs. Mrmi.. nf...in We do not St., Albany, N. Y., gives it the meed hesitate to guarantee them every m. nave ur. or praiBe, as iouows: Bull's Cough Syrup and find it has no rime, and we stand ready to reeaual. No family should be without fund the purchase price, if satisit." factory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won Born. their great popularity purely on Yesterday morning to the wife of their merits. For sale by P. H. Carpenter, Druggist. i Prof. McHonry Roads, a son. hs to-da- m- - K':. upfRq S i .vzTsfc. iSv Wat-terso- n. ill'. to-da- y 1,-5- 59 i Both the method and results when Syrup of Fi$s is taken; it is pleasant atid refreshing to the taste, and acta gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bcwels, cleanses the sys: tera effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever' produced, pleasing to the tustc and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it, to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for nny one who wishes to. try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA LFIG SYRUP CO. LOUISVILLE, oistis ejn:joy UV, m. . SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, XY. NEW YORK, N.Y. A NOTED SPECIALIST! , PI. D., i -- 1 .1 STOGKDRLE OP- .'. '. Zjotris-v-izLjXjEJ- . :s:-2r- ., m WHO HAS CHARGE OF THE ELECTRICAL surgical department of the. Southern Medical und Surgical institute of that city. By special renurst he will visit EnK3STDE:DF,ODE3lIl AT THE- - OAPITAL HOTEL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 24TH, FROM 8 A. M. TO 3 P. M. Returnlnn every four weeks. Dr. btockdulo lnti been connected with tho' largest honpltuls In this country, und has no superior In (lluunoslng and treating diseases and deformities. U will give $5j for any case that , he cm not tell tho disease und where ouited in live -- minutes, Treats all Curable Medical und Surgical Acute und Cronlo s, Diseases, of tho Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs. Dyspepsia. Drlght's Disease, Kidneys, Dlubetls, Liver, Bladder, Chronic und Kemule und Sexual Diseases, ' Epilepsy or Fits Cured. aged men suffering A positive IMtTUIMY HOROSCOPES Wednesday. Mr. James R. Banta wont to Louisville Thursday to visit his brother. He was on the early train which col lided with a switch ongino at East Louisville, severely injuring fireman Eugene Tucker, of the acoommodd-- ' Memphis, Tennessee. Miss Hannah Innes, of this county, a lineal descendant of Judge Harry Inaee,, the first judge of the United Ststju District Court In. Kentucky, We are the sole agents for this celebrated vinegar, and guarantee it to A Farm Hand Wanted A man our patrons.' LeOompte & Gayle Co. who knows something about attending to horses and working a garden can find steady employment by the Don't fall to attend the big auotion year on applying to jarnes uoins, Mlllvillo, Ky. White man preferred, sale of mares and colts, at Salyers & MoDonaUl'a .stable, Tuesday, October t come well recommended. t. and-mus3-- "Monday's clilld is fair ot face, Tuesday's child la full pf grace, Wednesday's child Is fulj of woe go, Thursday's child has Friday's child Is loving and giving Saturday's child works for a living, But the child that Is born on a Sabbath day Is blithe, bonnlo, good and gay," fap from and We will also sell 50 head of as the results ot In routh. or excess In mature years, und other causes, produccolts at Salvors & Mcof the Donald's, Tuosday, October 4th, at 10 ing some debility, following oilecta, as .omission, blotches, nervousness, dizziness, conWyman & Co. a. m. MaFERiUN, fusion of ideas, aversion to society, defective un-brand- ed self-abus- GUARANTEE. Spermatorrhea e Young Xo middle cy Sooflold's Vinegar. 4th, at 10 a. m -. memory and sexual exhaustions, which unlit the victim for buslnesss or murrlage, are permanently cured by remedies not injurious. DLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, Syphilis and complications, as sore throat, tolling out of hair, pain in the bones, eruptions! etc., mercury or uny other Injurious drugs, Gonorrhoea, Gleet. Stricture und ull Urinary and Kldnej troubles, are speedily cured by treatment that has never failed Ho undertakes no Incurnblo cases, but cures thousands given up to die. Remember tho date und come early, as his rooms are always crowded wherever he stons. "Correspondence solicited and confidential. D. A. STOCKDALE, M. D;. Address, Sept. 10. LOUISYIU.K, KY. ft EhH 7iW. V t III L. Air'--' ieris, t .m Fall Hats, Fall Neckwear! ' I SB ;:' "'? y-- :' ;f ft V w-m..- ,A& - .1 s - itf 8 vf N, HUMPHRIES j?ao &, CASSELL! Farmers," you can buy Heligious. 't - (We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers, ol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish made.- s: Si Kit Buggy and Harness Is the place to buy. m JWI ' MBiauic &;- ' . 0. Taylor, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 o'clock, and W. w Baptist Ohubch Kev. ' at 7:30 p. m as usual. ' ; g:r.' Episcopal Church ,.. rai:;'A; : '', Penick, the rector, his pulpit tomorrow" morning at, 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30 Rev. E. A. will occupy A Guaranteed Cure tor Piles or whatever kind or decree Kxternul. Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Itcceitor "eredltary. This Remedy has positively never been known to Mil. $1.00 a box, 6 boxen, for $5.00; sent by mull prepaid on receipt ot price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser ot six boxes, when purchased at ono time, to return: tne $5 00 pa'd II not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. GAYLE.' and LKCOMPTE& GAYLK CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. lC-l- BUGGIES, HAMESS AND FAEM IMPLEMENTS j&JB -- WHOLESALE PRICES. s 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. ..' tS John Burdln commenced a protracted meotingat Bethel Ohurch, this connty, on Sunday, which is still in, progress. Large congregations are attending and interest is' increaslvov. ; ing. Rev. J. McClusky Blaynoy. D. D., .the pastor, lias returned from his vacation and will occupy his pulpit morning at eleven and at 7:30 p. m. trator of the estate of Frank Hutton Salesroom, opposite deceased. Minded Institute, to Kentucky Investment and Building Association for $2,700. County Judge Williams ovy Mon- day appointed A. D. Oalvert adminis .'' SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. court-house. Factory, South warehouse. First Presbyterian Ohurch Btx Messrs: R. Rogers & Son have a new, handsome, white furniture car which is the completest vehicle for removing and carrying furniture in the city. James Heffner's Fire A small Are early Sunday, in tho grocery of Mr. James Heffner, damaged about 100 worth of goods. It had origin in ' rat3 and matches. Voting BooTns Sheriff John O. Noel has purchased of George D. Barnard & Co., of St. Louis, forty-tw- o booths to be used in the voting precincts in tho county. They are tho latest and most improved design for voting booths under the Australian ballot system and will arrive in the city one day next week. Commissioner W. H. Posey filed a deed with County Olerk Smith on Thursday, transferring 25 acres of lancl about two and one half miles from the city on the Louisville and Frankfort turnpike to Messrs. P. O. Towles and E. W. Armstrong. The land formerly belonged to M. & H. Burkhardt and others, and was sold under a court judgment for $1,090.40 duo Armstrong and $332.60 duo W. B. IEEjAJTTE 3rQTT:E3 Top Drawer. GENERAL. BTJG-G-Go "West. T IFXIfcT'X'IEiXD. March 26-t- f ' H Oatuuhu Chukch The usual servicea at the Ohurch of the Good U.m & Shepherd ducted byllev. Father the pastor. High mass at 8 a. at 10 a. m., and vespers Rev. W. Q. will be conW. E. Qorey, ra., low mass at 7:30 p. m. , Southern Presbyterian Ohurch pulpit morning at Neville will occupy his 11 m m Mi A?' , children afternoon at 3 o'clock. All of the children of the city are invited to attend. o'clock and 7:30 p. m. Mr. Neville will also preaoh to the tfv' 'V . Methodist Ohurch Dr. John R. Deeriug, of Versailles, will preach tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30. Dr. Deering is a very able preacher and a general invitation is extended to hear him. Sunday-school at 0:30 a. m. j White. The Epworth League meets in The the evening at 7:30 in the class room. OHmwriAH p.. Ohurch The usual raa EV er. ' services by the pastor, Rev. George Darsio, at 11 'and 7:80. Morning subject, "Unspotted from the World;" night subject, "The Power of a Shadow.'.' The Young People's Society of Scott, Secretary. Christian Endeavor will hold its After adjournment for dinner and weekly prayer meeting in the reassembling, tho convention unanievening mously nominated Oapt. T.J. Hardin, Lecture Room at 6:50. of Monterey, Owen county. "Oapt. Hardin is a lawyer of ability and Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. during tho war commanded a company in tho 0th Kentucky Cavalry Darby's Prophylactic. Act on a new principle regulating under Col. Rlohard T. Jacob, now of the liver, stomaoh ana bowels though Oldham county. Will Use itin every sick-roothe nerves. A now discovery. Dr. pure Miles' Pills speedily oure biliousness, family physician. Mrs. Helen keep the atmosphere bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa- R.The all bad odors 429 Walnut St., Reading Shalters, tion. Splendid for men, women and Pa., states: "Wo always use Salvation from any source. ohildren. Smallest, mildest, surest. Oil for what it is rocommened in Will destroy all Disease Germs, 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples freo at place of physlcianl It nevor fails." y infection from all Fevers and all J. W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. , Republican convention to nominate a c&ngrcssman for this district met at at th Opera House Thursday, and in the absence of Chairman Hancock, of the district committee, was called to ordor by Hon. R. P. Stoll, of Fayette county. J. P. Bozart, of Oldham, was made Chairman and S. S. Sheppard, of Nancy Hanks At Terre Haute, Ind"., Wednesday, Nancy Hanks trotted a full mile on a regular track in 2:04 minutes. On the same course and day Monbars, tho great stallion, trotted a mile in 2:11- minutes. Long Distance Telephone Wednesday a long distance telephone from New York to South Bend, Ind., was tested and It was found that' a whisper could be heard fromSouth Bend to Pittsburg and an ordinary tone of voice distinctly to New York. The line was finished to Chicago Thursday. Richmond, Ky., Infirmary The Bplendid residence of the late Dr. J. P. Herndon,whloh Mr. Brutus J. Clay purchased,' was formally presented to a corporation of ladies known as the Richmond Infirmary, organized for hospital purposes in the treatment of special diseases and poor patients. It will be known as the "Pattie Field Clay Infirmary" as a memorial to the dead wife of tHe donor. Hon. Albert S. Berry, Mayor of Newport and late State Senator, was nominated for Congress in tho sixth district at the Democratic convention at Warsaw Thursday, defeating Hon. Harry Baker, of Boonej Hon. T. J. Elrath,.of Carroll; Hon. Theodore Hallam, of Kenton, and Hon.' Joseph McCain, of Trimble county. The name of Hon. Worth Dickorson, the present inoumbont, was not presented to the convention. - LAR(JE RESIDENCE PROPERTY OF September 27th and October 25th, 13. Hunt, lately the L. & N. Railroad will sell tickets THE P. situated at the occupied by Uen. P. W. Hanlln, south eudot Shelly to points in Arkansas, Texas, Indian street, South KraukfoH. There are 26 acres lit Territory, Kansas, Colorado and the place, ail la eras except the garden. Splendid location (or a dairy. n other western and States at one fare for the round trip. Fhankfoht, Sept. 24, 1892.-t- FRANK CHINN. For further information apply to north-westerf. Agent. A WOODFORD FARM Auction Bale of Western horses FOR SALE. begins Tuesday, October 4th, at Sal-ye& McDonald's stable. T AM AUTHORIZED TO SELL A VALUABLE JL GO acre farm In Woodford county, Ky. It Is the old Bob Ciutcner place, adjoining the larm. . King'si Royal Germateur. of Tom i'reeman, near Spring station. I will rs W. W. Alexander, I the medicine of the the first day of next March. Persons wishing to purchase will examine the farm and then century, Its phenominal success as communicate please or call and see me for terms with xy. a seller and favorite with the people at iTankrort, J ,) UN L. SCOTT, Mrs. Mar) is the acknowledged wonder of the FRAKKroiiT,Attorney fo r24, ltt)2.-2- I. Johnson KY., tept. medicine world. Based upon the Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary house- Kentucky's Great Trots! .1 hold remedy. It advertises best by its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Kentucky T. H. B. Association, Purifier. It is without doubt the Lexington, October 5 to 14. most reliable germ destroyer in and to the extent that the theory is correct, King's Royal ' WEDNESDAY. OCTOBEU 5. ' ermeteur is the remedy. It is no Gate Receipts for St. Joseph's Hospital. 21.500 accident but is the result of fifteen 2:10 Class, trottlnc. . ., 1,010 years study of medical genius. For 2:81 Clitss. trotting 2:1U Class 400 tlllies, 19 sale by Chapman & Williams. THURSDAY, OCTOBEU 6. Gate Henry H. Quire, of Shelby 2:13 Class, Receipts for Protestant Infirmary. pacing .$1,000 county, who was arrested a fow weeks 2:25 Class, trotting 1,000 2:40 Class 400 ago for sending and obscene letter FIUDAY, OCTOBKH 7. through the mail was examined yesGate Receipts for Charity Organization. ,, Cla s. aclng $1,000 terday bofore United States Commis- 2:20 Clas, trotting r.2l 1,000 sioner William Chinn and held over 2:40 Class, trotting . 400 in a bond of $300 to answer at the SAT3KDAY, OCTOBEU 8. r next term of the United States Court. Stall'on Representative Stake, olds $5,000 Bluer Grass .Stakes, 1,250 He gave the bond and was roleasod 2:2a Class, tiottlng 1,000 y ex-istanTwo-year-o- ld ! Two-year-ol- sell on very reasonable terms. Possession given i three-yea- Three-year-old- s, Edward Craig and Lizzie Hickman,, MONDAY, OCTOBER colored, were granted a license to Transylvania Stake, 2 :18 Class 232 Class 400 10. $5,000 1,500 luirni-M- . marry Thursday. To Cleveland. 2:17 Class, trotting Dnsh. 1 mile unit tfliiss 1IIO vunta. fnr 'i?11 WK '.V TUESDAY, The L. & N. Railroad will sell round asiouiass, pacing i.uuo trotting trip tickets to Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. Phoenix Hotel Stake, dash Hfe mlles,,2:14 j.ooo ' 19th to 21st, on tho certificate plan, at Class, trotting Added, 600 fare. one and WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEU 12. W. W. Alexander, r inniiug &,uaj Three-year-old- s, 2:19 Class, trottlns OCTOBKH 11. $1,500 v , ' nj one-thir- d a V '? .' Agent. i. 45-l- Top Drawer. Tho Old Original Remedy. contagious diseases. "Ml-crobl- ," local. P. Hudson has been Mr. a member of tho Board of elected Directors of tho Branch, Bank of Wm. Kentucky. Mike Parker Tuesday, transferred a houBe and lot on the VerBaillos turnpike, opposite the Feeble tM Siok people should not-b- o docolved by pretenders who talk about 'germs," "baocilll," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying tho original tested medlolno. 'Rauam's Microbe Killer" Is what you need. It Ib now, and for years has boon, making more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't bo doceived. on Sfms, of New York, says: "I am convinced that Prof. Darby's ProphylacticFluid is a most valu21 able disinfectant. . The eminent physician, J.Mari- OF OOOD LAKD. 4Vj MIWS SOUTH pacing ot Frankfort, on the Little Benson and Lane's Mill turnpike; a splendid Eureka rockuway Bash, 1 1 10 miles, 2:18 Class horse; also one or two hundred locust posis tttfl.t.V AfMwiimntl Apply to Mits. It. B. McKEE, x iiu tjiicumi oianrs Sopt.2Mm. On the premises. 2 :27 Class, trottlug ivy. auntes. 1 Tlfiul. A ..ill.. ). riltiua UNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA 'UH, JtlliV, wUlW Free-for-nll, mreo-year-oi- FOR SA.LE! CHARL0TTSV1LLE, Next VA. 2 SU Class, 2 UiD Class, trotting trotting 1 mile, 230 Class Dasu, Lexington Stakes, THURSDAY, 1,000 400 150 .J, "i .' OCTOIlKlt 13. Jonnson Stakes. Stallions (estlraated),$3.600 2,500 ::, H 1.000, 275 au,UAl 1,000 nn UV v . .V Don't forgot tho great auction sale of Western (horses at Salyors & McDonald's stable, TueBday, October 4, 1802, at 10 a. ra. session begins 15th Sept. Courses In Art, or anuuuncu- Engineering. Law, aietucines, meat apply to Wil.il. THORNTON, LL., D Chairman. Remember tho Qreat 35,000 Stakes October 8, 10, 14. Write Secretary for programme. .... ...... a,ji ' iJ wj. a. uriiM, secretary. , P. P. JOHNSTON, President V' t "v .', t M.ft- - :i ov ''ffiM.iMltiJtiLj' vjm nvu i jw mr avi cw i . k .k .. . . i. k . v: ... t. e& Wl 5- i- fe.4 H w . FBANKFORT. the ofllco for a number of years, his chances for nri election aro very In 1810 -- Steamboats Vinoyards bright. Htred at the posvoffloo at Frankfort, Kentucky, Old Bridge Whito Sand aa second-clamailable matter. for Glass. Offlco Bobbed. Post &) A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. The following letter taken from The post office at Oinyvillage, ShelCollins' History of Kentnsky, like tho by county, about llfteen miles from FRANKFORT, OCT. 1, 1892. this city, was broken into on Tues- - photograph ofone'd childhood, raises smile of wonder over tho changes day night and robbed of a lot of a which the years have wrought in tho stamps and some money. No clew to THE DBEAD SCOUBGE. the party who did it has as yet been features and brings to mind a num bor of good resolutions and early - obtained. Appoarences and Deaths in Kenand Children. for sources of livelihood, long set aside tucky. and forgotten: Open Monday Night. " Castoria la so well adapted to children that Caatorla cures Colic, Constipation, The history of Asiatic cholera in Frankfort in 1810 is described by Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, I recommend it as superior to any proscription, night school will bo Zadok Cramer, in his ''Navigator," reaKentucky furnishes a powerful The colored Kills Worms, glvca sleep, and promotes dl known to mo." H. A. Ancnnn, M. D., gestion. son, aside from its first ravages, why opened on Monday night, at tho published at Pittsburg 1811, as conWithout injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St, BrooklVn, N. T. every precaution should be taken Colored City School building, and taining about 140 houses; three print" now to guard against its entrance. as its continuance will depend en- ing olncos; one book store; a circu"The use of 'Castoria'is so universal and yourFor several ' years I have recommended ' Castoria', and shall always continue to its merits bo well known that it seems a work The germs during the winter months tirely upon tho attendance those of lating library and book bindery; 18 do so as it has invariably produced beneficial of Bupererocatlon to endorse it Few are tho do not keep Castoria results." intelligent families who lio latent until the following summer, our colored people who wish to take mercantile stores; a State bank esv within easy reach." Edwin F. Pauobb, M. D., Caulos Mawtyn, D.D., and as Collins' History of Kentucky advantage of it had bettor be present tablished in tho fall of 1807. "Tho Winthrop," lS5th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. New York City, shows, from October 1932, when tho at the opening session. Lato Pastor Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church. "There have been a number of disease first made its appearance in of burden built here and vessels When Nature freightod with produce of tho county the State, it was nearly four years Tmt Csmtauk Compakt, 77 Murray Street, New Youk. to New Orleans, West main islands, before the deaths from cholera may oo oest to &c. A lew miles above msmmmmmmmmammmmammmmammmm on .Needs ceased, and when it again appeared rsnriar assistance it huh nnn should the Kentucky river, are irraiiKtorc two considnmmnt.iv. in 1849 it was nat until 1S&5 that it use even tho most per- - erablo vineyards, which are likely to Feb. Collating the remember to only when needed Drove successful in the manufacture became extinct. feet remedies deaths in certain towns in the State The best and most simple and gentle of wine. Frankfort is seated in a flat or ' from Collins' history, it is shown that .,.F Vtcro manu - plain, , under a considerable hill tothe v, ..l.lTf ia ... : icmoujrWWiDUJ,up .t,o, i,si nortn-easttne iveniucuy "" j:i.rfn- ,,",,,;; Z"?l" ioj. ,! juAiiibyii. .ijuuioy inc. factured by the California Fig Syrup runs lound wnnethe south-wes- t inriver the it to vjuiAJUCi in Co. form of a half moon. Part of the Maysvillo and Frankfort the deaths of tho town plain to the north-wes- t were not many until the following ESTABLISHED Besolution of Thanks. is subject to inundation and conseMay, 1833, when in Maysville 07 died quently not built on. It used to be Southeast comer Main and St, Clair streets, " and in Mason count' outside of Mayp-vill- e The following resolution, which ex- a stagnant pond, but Gen. Wilkinson, when stationed at Frankfort about there were 60 deaths; Flemings-bur- plains itself, was introduced by J W. the year 1795 6, dug ditches through 68; Paris 86; M llersburg 78; Qaylo, and unanimously adopted by it and drained it of its noxious effluCentrevillo 16; Georgetown 48; Dan- the Board of Officers of the Christian via. The same practice has been Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal. E. H. Elliott, ville 20 in one week; Harrodsburg 13 Church at their regular meeting continued by tho inhabitants' and tho Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. health of the citizens preserved. The and in Lexington from June 1 to Monday night, Sept. 26th. 1892: river at Frankfort has appearance of Business writing, August 1, 502, of whom 25 were in the Resolved, That this board express having left its old bed, which may Shorthand, Business Correspondence, Lunatic Aslyurn. Over 1,500 were to Mrs. E. M. Thomas its grateful an- - have run through a pleasant valley Book-keepinTypewriting, Commercial Law, liber--- i or glen (now a fine meadow) between " prostrated in one week in Lexington preciation of her Spelling", etc. Grammar, and that Arithmetic, and decoration of the hill back of Frankfort Kn ... u,..u tvo H..H.J, o uu ,iih 0... Jtmaa in alityinthe repairing u.vu Qur 0hapel nnd Auuitorium, assuri.ifc whose point comes to the river just Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The ndvmiced student one day. finished. Diplomas nwnrded. In press. Application made for Incorporation. her that what she has done to add to below the town ,and obliquely opWe have the be home school of business in the State of Kentucky. Tx side Louisville at this time was vlsi'ed their beauty and comfort can never posite the hill on the south-wewith a verv licrht attack, insomuch bo forgotten by this Board, or by the of the river where the fracture by may represents; that Bro. great that the citizens hardly knew of the congregationisit hereby appointed to some taken convulsion of nature "WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE nave C. C. Furr place. presence of the scourge. nrofTer in their behalf any assistance The Kentucky river at Frankfort is In 1834 the deaths in various places she may need in the completion of narrow w'th bold banks of limestone admirably calculated for were few, but in July, 1845, it again the repairs so thoughtfully begun rock, by her generous building, running in horizontal veins appeared in Maysville, where 17 died; and carried forward aid: that tho secretary be instructed of from six to twelve i..ches thick; in Millersburg 11;, Sharpsburg 13; to send to her a copy of this resolu- it has been known to rise 50 feet in 24 hours. The bridge Russellville 112; Versailles 61 and a tion. now erecting at Frankfort will add very small number again in Louis ' facility to the commerce of the town; Resolutions of Eespect. ville. In a summary of the deaths of Qu.iokl7 "STour. it is building on the plair.of Judge these years Collins says that in Verchain bridge; will cost about At a meeting of the Frankfort Finley'sis 334$ feet span, having one 25,000, sailles in ten days the ratio wns one Typographical Union, held Septem$Toxt House-Cleanin- g middle of the river 65 Ju)y2-ly- . to every fifteen of the population; in ber 23. 1892, tho following proceed- pterin the whole length about 700 feet feet m height; Millersburg one in nine, Flemings ings were had: .iTicl 1R ffifit broad burg one in ten, Paris one in fourteen, two chains foV this bridge were BRAIN i BIRVL FOR SALE, Wiireas. It is with profound regret The Lexington one in eleven, Maysville that we chronicle the death of our made at Pittsburg and weigh about half square inch one in twenty and Russellville one in esteemed President, Charles Steph- twelve tons ofwas and a dillicuity m much bar. There TMli: VUVl OK T IK LVTK CAPT. SM ens. As a man and twelve of the inhabitants. getting a foundation for the western l stinii. lym r on tno Ke'itn !Ky rivir. a miles July 184'J it again ap- we all learned to love him. His abutment, arising from a kind of below Frankfort. This nronert- has a uood In June and duelling i if se en ro'iui'.; all kinds of outbuild-ln?in our death has created a following result in Union not easily filled. void obliging quick sand and ''water rushing at peared with the tobacco oar sj Is well i tiiiement His upon workmen as fast as entered and has oin of t te best landings on the deaths: Maysvillel 46; Lexington 344; disposition, and his uniform kindness the bottom discharge them at the top rlv-- r. A l,ir,'e portion ot ti;e land h. is been lit they could t;ra.s.s for many yean, a consldo a lo on t of It of which 33 were in the Lunatic of heart endeared him to each and with pumps and buckets, worked nn. E. C. West's Nekvk and Biiatn for tobacco, ft bngifw. most night and day. iiKU'ininteedippclllc for Hjsterla, Dizzi- wl be sold nnda In llm nuulitlon Into two tracts. Asylum; Louisville 76; Paducah 14; all of his associates, and leaves r divided as who profound regret that he has been thus ness. Convulsion, f'its, Nervous Neurnlglu. I'o.fsu.sslon civeu on, the 1st of next March. For A steamboat that is a large boat Headache. Nervous Probation caused by the use Paris 23; Richmond 36;JJanville9 and taken in his early manhood to swell L. B. M VllSMAM . trrnfs uuplr to by the power of or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Frankfort. K . Covington 40. In Cincinnati these the ranks of those who have passed tofbe propelled the stocks a little of alcohol Softening of the Brain resulting In I)o--I Sjptv.1 steam was on mid lending to misery, Uecy nnd deuth, into the great hereafter; therefore, above town. She is intended for the months tlte deaths were 2,957. rower aeh. n... Resolved, That Frankfort Typo- trade of the Ohio and Mississippi J'remaiure uiu ,..!.... unrreue&s. ..j iiossui C. ,........, - IVM, ,wl 1. ,... In July 1850, 113 died in Louis(nil. k?cwiiiiu eJLnf on&i I. graphical Union, No. 104, express river. The huiluincs ot iranklort torrha'n causedjiuutuil.Hl 3 u.in;(i tnourmn.seirby overexertion or ville and 23 in Frankfort. In Agust, their great sorrow that Charles Mien oox columns at'torne'y-at-la- w qhck ana nf o ubuso or 1851, in three days in Louisville 31 Stephens, their late President and are nrincipany oi handsome Btvle. 1 he btato House is fOr5 00. sunt hr mall nrenaldonrecelut of nrlce. AHD- died of the disease, 6 in Versailles associate, has been taken from the a large three-stor- y stone building and L GCAIUNTEK SIX BOXES. 'WK busy scenes of earth to what we trust stands in the middle of a large yard REAL ESTATE A.GJBNT. and 14 in Cynthiana. will be' a happier condition in the and like too many publi6 things, ap- To cure any caso. With each orderrecolved by us TX7II.L PRACTICE IN THK CODRT8 Off In July, 1852, 50 died in Hopkins-vill- e land of the blessed $5. (JO, we will ir FranKiin ivud the adjoining countlea, and much, neglected for wane of re- for six boxes, accompanied with guarantee d purchaser our written and 30 in Paris. In July 1854 Resolved, That these proceedings pears and cleanliness. The new bank send the money If the treatment does ndt effect Hill alio give ipclal attention to the purohaia the pairs and sale of real estate, collection of r nta. clalnu, Issued there were a number of deaths in be spread upon the minutes of the is a handsome brick building and n cure. Guarantees CO., only byW.THE UAYLE, and the legottatioD of loani. and J. 1nn-Springfield. Hickman, Union, and that a copy of the same stands in range with the new bridge Franktort. Ky. Taylorsville, decasod, the family of be Gredn, Mt. Sterling and andsent to the papers of the city be and tho State House. A mile below Bowling this that Frankfort there is a saw and grist Louisville, but not a great many in requested to published same. mill in the river, which in low water D. C. Barhett, any one of the towns. We will pay the above reward for any caso of does a good business, but it is not unJ. M. Case. T.. T.... Liver complaint, Dyspepsia, Sic i Heuda?ho,In.knilr niu wiiii, common tu seo it completely covered digestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannotIII UU11C, lautijXliu uniuun inno lirlit C. W. Mercant, by the floods of the river, to with- finewlth West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the BUCKEYE ) but 40 died at the Lunatic Asylum'in Committee. stand which it has no roof, is open directions are strlciij complied with. They aro! Lexington, and on August 18th, Vegetable, and never fall on all sides and is heavily loaded tlurely Sur a r Coaled .Large boxes,to give satlsfac-. iimuiuiiii 30 ThoB. Metcalfe, in Nicholas Mrs. Condict's Lecture. down on the corners and in the mid- Pon. 2B cents, liowur or connterfflis nndinil- - 4 pills, county, was included in the list. dle of the frame at the top with piles tntlons. Hie genuine nauufactured only by TV Tin: The lecture on Foreign Missions pf stone. Tho mill is owned by a ILL. .ions c.bywi:st c IJIPANY, CHICAGO, t In 1866, in August, there was all druggls . Forsalo by Mre. "Walter Condict at Mr. Hawkins. Boats pass it through another visitation which affected delivered eyRESEOTSKG BUT PILES. a shuto by lifting a few boards at its -- greatly but did not commit much tho First Presbyterian Ohurch on head which, when replaced, form a For Sale. damage in Kentucky. At Hopkins-ville- , Tuesday evening, as announced, was dam for the mill. With some dilliA SURE and CERTAIN CURE however, oif September 28, one of unusual interest and instruc- cuity tho Kentucky river can bo navvv E OFFER FOH SAL.E OUU FAItM Peak's known for 15 years qs tho BEST with light, the Hon. H. 0. Burnett, member of the tion. Having visited every mission igated from Frankfort, tho Ohio in Mill pike three O'llaru tnruiLsltuated on FrankREMEDY FOR PILES4 it idonehaif nillos irom boats, , station of all denoninations of the lowest stages of towater, but for fort, Ky., coniaiiun,' 198 acres nt land, tying on Prepared by IlICIURUSO!fTAYM)BlED. CO., ST.L0UIS. U. S Congress, and Confederwest side tho upland, ate Congress, 1861-5- , died of the at- Christians, in her tour around the eight months injho year the naviga-- , J& side of uWrenc. auuui m acres in emu- world, Mrs. Condict was competent tion is very good. Two miles below vation, balance In good gii si. well watered, with tack. burn; itUo two to speak as a witness of the real Frankfort there is a nanlc ot lino good tenement, carrl lgeanl excellent &c one of cow house, eilbs, Tho last visitation of the disease white sand thrown up by the river, theb'rst wells In the county; has an orchard of in Kentucky was in 1873. when the progress of Christianity in heathen said to be well calculated for the about 34icres, good fruit. Tno bottom land lies east of tlid li offer deaths in Paducah and McCracken lands Her language is choice and manufacture of glass. Mr. Greenup, on thewhich sidesmiled plkf, containing Wd acres. Is to cultivation. nil of Bowling Green 66; elegant, her style conversational nnd formerly Coventor, has it in contem- this f. r sal to tho highest bid ler it the Coutt county were 180; it is said, to establish a glass Houiwdoor, on Com ty court dnj, llrst Monday in tr?.rvmiimkviT&:r-i9mBmmBmJrffPll Franklin 50; Louisville 21; Elizabeth-tow- n her manners gentle and winning. plation, at or near this place;, and tho October, at 11 o' lock in. house Tl.'rrwMfwk.th1ril r.'fli h.ilminA In nrirt and Maysville 11; LaGrange 15; Every one who had the pleasure of establisment of a brew house is talk two years, six percent, interest, payable teinl-22; annually. .Will sell lowland or upianU separate It Princeton 12; Millersburg 06; Lancas-- hearing her in her public talk or her ed of by the citizens of the town." desired. Suit lull o'clock a.m. tor 33; Columbia 22 and Lebanon 26. parlor conversation, was charmed MULHOLLANll&HRO Catarrh Can't bo Cured Sept. By Jno. E. Kiiitlev, Agent. gives these statistics a ghast-.l- with her recitals. What rnp.nivfifl wIMi reality is the knowledge of tho Mr. f!nndinfc wna MANHOOD RESTORED. "With local applications, as they can"OANATJVO," the suddenness of the attacks, tho large marked' respect abroad. "While in not reach the seat of tho diseaso. Wonderful Spanisha llmicdy, is sold with constitutional number of those who suffered with London she was requested to speak Catarrh is a blood or to Written Guarantee cure it you in many of the ladies' meetings, and disease, and in order to euro all IJeivous Disthe diseaso but did not die, and the eases, such m Weak have to take internal remedies. Hall's Memory. Loss of Brain ,J .very short period in which the deaths her advice and criticism sought, up- Catarrh Ouro is taken internally, and mzxj Il'owor, Headache,, on their plans and methods, for the acts directly on tno blood and mu- Mkx comprised. jnawg, wauoiuincf 8, were NervouancM, uplifting and christianization of the cous surfaces. It was perscribed by all drains and Uso. joss of power of the rnnr nnrl fhn rmfnnaf. .Qfin mmiii flinm OuO OI tho best physicians in this Boforo & Aftor life. Qeneratlvo Orcanj la vs WMVltuvi fw on tit viivif country for years, and is a regular Photographed from 2'wa. Delegates Elected. as elsewhere, ''Preparing tho "Way" excessive youthful it is composed of tno aseortobaeco.ojiluin.or Indiscretions, or thoultimately .St(lafO Eresoriptlon. stimulants, hlch combined with the lend to Inilrmlty, Uunsuniptlon and Insunlty. rat up Capital Lodge, No. 0, I. O. O. F., for tho Master's coming was the carry in tlio vent pocket, rilco convenient form fTREET, on. Monday night l elected Past work engaging the hearts and hands best blood purifiers, acting directly in a packaae. or 8 forto 5. With every fJ order o Rive a Tno perfect written guorunteo to ouro or rpfuncl the surface. of many of the women of highest on the mucousof Grands C.'A. Nelson, W. B. Bridgo-or- d the two ingredients money. Seat by mall to any address. Circular free combination and S. W. Howell delegates tq the rank, as well as of tho richest women is what produces such wonderful in plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, S. 4. MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Branch Office for U. results in curing catarrh. Send for Grand Lodge which meets in Coving- of Europe and America. US Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. testimonials. Mr. Nelson is in ton next month. FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KV.,HY ( F. J. OHBENEY & CO., Toledo, O. TOJl DYSPEPSIA, rHUHUHMfMHHBpnMHHMHMHMB Indigestion, and Stomach disorders, taVo nomination for the office of Grand BSTSold by druggists, 75 cents. P fi. CARPENTER, DrUflfllSt. JlltOWN'8 IKON IIITTKHS. Secretary, and Binco the death All dealers Iccep It, SI per bottlo. Genuine has Children" CrjTfor Pitcher's Castoria, August SoUth.Sldo. and crossed red lines on wrapper. til iFinilil HlMsilMaWflHIlMMMilM y. White, who held of William uAMFOflT ROUNDABOUT, i T infants 'i j it-- , J3-l- y. CI,.-,- ri'l.Z Capital City Business College. ieai, g g, ! large-hearte- d I -- st j per-pindicu- POL -- Are Mxrried, Try It In K I fellow-craftsma- n - s; hous-s;.- H 4 m M Trkat-iMkn- t, 1 pres-lo- n, 1. 1 I , -- CROMWELL, - I tore-fun- ' 1 $500 Heward! TABLER'S 1D.-.- r. PILE ex-Go- i 01NTME NT lC-l- y Farm i fit (FOR-iu-rl- y flat-bottom- 1855-61- I 7l hon-e- s. hou-.e- , ; I a- - 1 M " 17-a- t. y vmm I i.ostjiian-hood- c, -- I I vercaitC MBUBSSSiKLr muw$mmimii , . mmW?m&mmmwm trade-mar- 13-- 1 f ' "j V $ ' ' '' -- ''' '",f7 ' ' HEADQUARTEES FOR EVERY jvtetstin. Ori v THUSTG- ON- - -- WHEELS. .M 3DE.XjETS I3lT. :ET7:E:E23r EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR K' Columbus Buggy Co., Troy , Buggy "Works. WE GUARANTEE c f.w . Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Slur ries ,and Light Carriages. ij SS-ff- i kij The H.H.Babcock Co., Broom Nl Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the. a St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Yic- - torias, Traps and Novelties of lat- est Eastern design. ' BEST VALUE , for the money to be found any where. of in the city or any house in which disorderly, riotous, illegal or improper conduct is permitted or carried on, or indecent or immoral b jhavior allowed. The penalty ' p "ovided is ilfty dollars and costr. l'he ordinance was unanimously a lopted , Mr. Gaines, from the street committee, reported an ordinance to accept ill-fa- TIME TABLE in TBAIN8 WEST. Will Aid the Movement. The fol oing time tnllo is now .effect upon the L. k. N. road: .tfo.23 lenvoeFrnnkfort "No. 17 leaves Frnnkfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINSEA8T. 6:50 9:40 3:00 7:38 a. m p. m a. m p.m. ft g & J w I III t I fr- and maintain control of that part of the Versailles turnpike from- the southwest corner of Main and High streets to the city limits, in consideration of keeping it in good repair as other streets are kept, and nolding the turnpike com cany free and harmless from all loss or damage basisofthefirstontertainmentforthe , o.' any kind resulting fioii the purpose, involving butjlittle expense, condition of the road or failure to Agent. and my plan is herewith respectfully keep it open and safe for the public submitced, as follows: The poem of travel. 'Enoch Arden." by Tonnyson, or The ordinance was postponed until next meeting lAylmer's Field," by FRANKFOfiT ROUNDABOUT author, could bo recited tne same City Attorney Herndon then, under upon the stage of our Opera House with 20 or instruction by the council to make nc 25 living tableaux ilustrating the re-- the draft, presented an ordinance fix' ing the days for additional registraFRANKFORT, OCT. 1, 1892. cital, back of a gauze curtain. Appropriate music, vocal and in tion of voters in Frankfort for the strumental, could be rendered from November election, 1892, on Tuesdays, Badly Burned. the wings, and an attractive evenm6 Oct 1th, lt'i and 18tb, from six i i the offered, for one evening monthly for morning until nine (iu the evening, lA three months, which would be fully said additional registration to le Yesterday morning Miss Alice Cox worth anybody's quarter as a price of governed according to the provisions V'4. was handling a can of boiling hot admission. Mr. Gaines would iholp of the general election law approved grease in the kitchen of the residence such an enterprise, I am sure. There by the Governor Juno 30tn, 1892. Mr. E. J. Rob- is plenty of talent herd for the under This will now make the days of regof her brother-in-lasuch and 1 would istration for Frankfort the first, erts, on -- High View, when it slipped taking oifor the management of the second and third Tuesdays in Octoprovide from hot hands and fell to a table, Tennysonian programme, as I have i ber, and also allow anyone who T, or the contents being thrown upon . her--i done before, elsewhere; hav ng posi-- 1 could not, by reason of sickness the tions, music and stage business in other necessary absence from arm and into the face of her little such shape the arrangement' city, bo present on anyone of these nephew, George Lewis Roberts, who would be but that trouble. days, to register before the County little was standing near by. Her arm was I will be glad to confer with tinyJt Clerk on Monday, Tuesday and Wedbadly burned and little George's face person or persons whom you may nesday preceding the November sond me for that purpose, relative to election. Nwas terribly blistered, hiseygs only beCertain repairs to the Opera House, found in the closing them at the this project, and may beCity Business as stated by Mr. Gaines to the meeting saved by his rooms pf the Capital instant the boiling fluid struck him. College every day except Sunday, ing, were ordered to be made and then the council adjourned. , Hi$ foot and leg were also badly from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m Whac has become oi your x. hi. (J. grease running scalded by the hot A. and Society? Will not Glad Tidings. down upon him. Both received they Literal in this work, help") prompt ' attention and are doing as to establish a library of literature, The grand specific for the prevail well as possible. It is hoped that the music, or a permanent society lor ing malady of the age. Dyspepsia, will not be in- debating and mental culture? Liver Complaint, Rheumatism, little fellow's Suggestively yours, , General Debility, etc., is jured, though the lids were painfully E. B. Guiox. Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This blistered. great herbal tonic stimulates the digestive organs, regulates the sys-toGrave Mistakes. She Committed Suicide. to vigorous health and energies. 50c Physicians frequently make mis- -' Samples free. Large packages 46 Mre. P. 0. Cone, at .Paris, left this takes in treatment of Heart Disease. Sold by Chapman & Williams. m letter: "My husband Forgivo me The rate of sudden deaths is daily inif I cause you trouble, but I suffer so. creasing. Hundreds become victims PhysiciansRecommended the InYou do not know what these long, of the ignorance of physicians in the sane Asylum. wakeful, wretched nights are to me, treatment of this disease. One in ' and I am so tired, darling the pain four has a diseased heart. Shortness Gentlemrn There has been so will never be bettor. It is not easy of breath, palpitation and fluttering, much written in praise of the to.take mv own life, but I have boon frregnlar pulse, choking sensation, I know I can add nothing my husbary, sick so long. Oood-byor asthmatic breathing, wife." This is one of ness in side, shoulder pain arm,tender- to the fame of this wonderful, I might I love you your given up, instead or weak say almost miraculous instrument, the thousands that are symptoms of to its using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nor-vip- hungry spells, Miles' Now Heart Heart but in simple justice make marvelous of Cure cuarative merits I this statespeedily cured of Disease. Dr. and being is the only reliable remedy. Thous- ment. My son, D. A. Clark, bookGo to J. W. their wretchedness. to 'wonderful cures. L. R. Freeman & Co , was s&y Gayle and get an elegant book and ands testify Soldits J. W. Gayle. 6 keeper forwith nervous prostration by Books free. suffering C trial bottle free. He went,to tho from over-worBprings in Juno for rest, but grew Council Proceedings. Notice. much worse, his mind became seriously alYectod, and I had to bring Tuesday, Sept. 27th, 1892. him home. Physicians advised sendThere will be a mooting of tho ReThere was an interesting meeting ing him to tho asylum for treatment; publican County Committee, elected call, in under Maj. Hancock's Court-hous- e tho of the city council Tuesdaynight. they prescribed calomel, etc., but he President Staten in the chair and all would not take anything. Finally I grand jury room, at the It Frankfort on Monday noxt, Oct. the members present excepting concluded to try Electropolsc. bed in and took five men to tie him on the 3d, at 2 o'clook p. m. A full atten- Messrs. Darnell, Richardson so that it could bo put on him. In dance desirod. as business of impor- Church. tance will come before tho meeting. Mayor Tobin, in a communication about twenty minutes ho showed which was read and filed, announced signs of improvement and became Richard Mqitnis, Chairman. that as directed by ordinance, he had, quiet; in an hour he was asleop; in sold to N. W. Harris & Co., of Ohica-go- five hours he could recognize friends He Blept well all $10,500 of funding bonds at a and neighbors. ,To tho Public premium of 292.50. He inclose tho night and awoko next morning with and draft on N. W. Harris & his mind as clear as it over was. his I wish to announce to the Eap'ers Wall street New York City, sight, hearing and speech perfectly public that I havo bought out for the proceeds of the sale. Ho also rostored. Now, after six days use of tho establishment of Mr. John stated that he had approved tho fuel of tho Poise, his nervous aud physiDriecoll, at 237 St. Glair street, and gas ordinance passed at tho last cal oonditlon aro good, and ho is prewill make a specialty of selling pure meeting of tho council. paring to go on a fishing trip. All old Anderson county whiskies, and Dr. W. H. Hall was granted per- this was done with tho Eloctropoiso, am prepared to sell them as low as mission to transfer his license for a without any medicine whatever. I any body in tho market. A cool and drug store to Dr. M0K00 Hardio. sinceroly hope other sufferers will glass beer can always Clint B. Leigh was granted permis- avail themselves of its merit. "1 tefroshingon tap. ofGood soup every V. P. D. Clark, bo found sion to transfor his insurance agency fcV Baptist day from 10 to 12 o'clook, and a fine license to Russell Sneed. Pastor South Nashvillo lunch every Saturday night from 8 to John Driscoll's petition to oredit Ohuroh, Nashville, Tonn., August 11 o'olock. 8, 1892. on his saloon license tho amount of a F. J. SuTTEnuNn Rend to DuBois & Webb, Fourth merchant's liquor liconso was reNo. 237 St. Clair street, Frankfort, jected. He was granted a saloon, and Jefferson, Louisville, Ky., for -r. Kentuoky. book, giving particulars of liconso howevor for 217 Broadway. Mr. Mastin presented an ordinanco this, tho greatest curative agent Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. making it unlawful to keep a house known. No. 18 leavos Frankfort.... 10:10 a. m. 4:36 p. m. No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 nrri7ps Frankfort .... 7.48 p. n. 9:15 p.m. No. 22 leavos Frankfort Nor. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati. No. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Bloomfield Branch. W. W. Alkxandkk, , ; 1 FHANKFOKT, KY., Sept. 27, 1892. Editor Roundabout: In VOUr edition of f,wn wnntrn nW T read the appeal for the establishment oi a public library in Frankfort. In a Capital City like ours there should be no reason why we could not have Buoh an institution and every reason why we ought to have such a rival for our street corners .and present like places of evening resort. Why not get up a series of three entertainments for the purpose? i nave a place in mind where meet ings may be held any Friday evening and have a pi in to suggest as the t J ACOB SWIGERT & CCX, 102 m Have Removed From the Batzell Building OUST :MLA-X2- T H101 short time. MD nf the Capital HoteL- fl"They will fill this space with an entirely sew KM STREETS Sidvcctkemamt 1m 9 stkeetto VKtf WARD OLAASS x peActic.l -- -- Plumber, GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - , w n as Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, u "lPB AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN Tl JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. Opposite State House. GUARANTEED. FRANKFOBT, KEN1UCKY. Thorough, Prnctlcal Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. Catalogue free. Write to issm . , -- ALL WORK i i . mmm I BMHT MIRATION BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE, KY. , ; eye-sig- ht ; Cos-tivene- CURES ALL Two Farms for Sale. -- AslADMINISTRATOR OF en Is, oiler for sale 1 THE LATE W. S. m TWO GOOD HILL FARMS. llfty-thre- 1 ' Elec-tropois- e, o, e One contains one hu.'dred and acres, nud is loiMtfd un bton) 1 leek, uno mile lroin the Flat Creek pike. 75 acres Is good tobacco land, and Is well linpam'il. Will be sold In two tracts If desired. The otner contains lfK) acres, l)lng on Flat Creek plkenearllanl?!aud; 'JO acres In timber balance in glass and under culth.itlon. One Consumption Cured. duelling, and '2 tenement house:, aud orchard oa terms apply to "lbelleeltto beone ot the best medicines the place. Well watered. V.For LEWIS. Adm'r P. sold. The ilMcltiti9, tw j ears ago. Mild niv or J. K. LEWIS, wife hiu! consumption, both lungs uirocted. I Sept. Harvleland. h.ne liiid to send her outh forsewral sprlnus to . DISLASES (I si '1 V) e, keep hrr alle, but'slnceshe has been taking H idain's Mlc'robb.Xlller she has been rluhtat home intending to her business, ami is In better health than she Wis been In 'A) years. "It. T. P00LK, Cedartown, Gn." H. D G, MATTEftU, -- r ll Several Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of your medicine. ll.iWm,' been n sufferer from ne ik lungs, bronchial affection aud Indigestion, after taking Microbe Killer all of the above sjmtoms have entirely disappeared. s," ours. etc.. k. TEacs- "Janitor T110S. L. DAVIS, Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, La." Astlinia and Catarrh Cured. tiinilcr, A I "I have been a stiff oror from asthma and catarrh, for more than two jenrs past getting most ot in) sleep sitting tip In bed orreclb lug In a chair, l lmo used one Jug of Uulam's Microbe Killer, and f r the lost three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a I attribute my relief to the remedy, nud child. heartily recommend It to any one sintering from asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. 'Respectfully, "Cashier In Bank of AdafrWIle. (ia." "EDWIN RvMOORK, 334 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT. HoaTrtqcurrrrr. KY. BSST13QU1UTT Killer for lllteen days I am entirely cured, after being sick two jears with malarl.it raver, and during which ttmol contracted other diseases, tliu, eto. I was atended during this time by three of the best doctors of the city without being bene"WH. DOHERTY, fitted, "10 Ceteste St.. New Orleans. La." Fetor and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after tikln? Microbe WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM Mr. ltadam's Microbo Killer Cures all Diseases by Ilcmoilng tho Cause circular nud the Send '2 cents statnp for Microbo Wur. shows what disease Is tmd.whut the do, to cure It. Read it, remedy must be, uml circulate It and you will the discoverer for saving life, address UDAM'S MICROBE KILL"R, Nashville, Tonn. J. W. GAYLE or LIC0MPTE& GAYLE CO. solengents for Fruuklu cout ty. an, lOljr. VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Pit FOR 20 YEARS T BlCmUBSOa-TAILOBKB- 4-- e tti SOUD EVERYWHERE. BT.LOClg. CO,, . . , , il yj - . . ,1 V" "- in jf' 'rj'i , ' ." VI if i FRUIT CANS, FRUIT JARS, - JELLY GLASSES, ifc . ., Procelian Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers AIJ M l Yi J v.. ! At reduced prices. &. . . ,, .. Examine prices on Tirrvare, " ,4 W- - One quart bucket Two quart bucket ' . . .'..' . .,'". '. Three quart bucket. .' Four quart bucket Six quart, bucket . . . Eight quart bucket. . .'...... ...'.... ,. ..'.,...,...'.... ..'......,. .) .'. ..' -- ' . ' t 5 - ' 1 10 $ . . ., . . . ". ... .'. 55 . . 10.' " M I K Ten quart bucket One ,uart coffee pot Two quart coffee-po- t . . . " $. fj Three quart Four quart . y. -- ' coffee-po- t . . . coffee-po- t. 20 ...'.; .... .. .'...., .... ...'; '. 25 . . . . . . 5 , . . . . 3 . . . . . . . . -, .- . . '.-,- .10 . 1.5 iq "a k.THU -- ?PK(1 'S1' " ,' W qt, Si. 25. Roofing, Guttering and :m ', -- P. Four qt., 30c; 6 qt., 4QC, 8 qt., 50 c; 10 qt, c.; 12 qt.. 5oc; 14 qt, 65c; 16 qt., 75c; 18 qt., 85q.; 20 qt., Si. 00; 24 Work solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. &i Jobv ..; ,u KJ! JOHN T THE 11EPUHLICAN WILL! V TC3TT,,Oi'T5pp,T Matrimonial. Mr. Frank Bromley, of Maysville, brother of Mrs, John W. Bohannan, ESTLaT" Magufactuni Co, ' Riclmru Morris Declared Chairman of tho Legal County Comniittco By Ono Hundred and Seventy-TJireLeading Republicans. e " Geo. E. Capels F. M. Scofield mechanic. Richard White laborer. " Robt, Conda Claud Norman mechanic. Jas. Marks farmer. " Sara Lesley " Jas. Grimes " Sam Grimet Ohas. Lang distiller. Jas. Paynter farmer. Jas. -- f, c A The names given below are the prominent Republicans of the county who have signed a protest against W. B. Robinson as Chairman of the County Committee, and petition the Republican State Central Committee to declare the committee, elected under Major Hancock's call, and of which Richard Morris is Chairman, the legal Republican Committee of the county. Major Hancock is Chairman of the District Committee. These names undoubtedly represent the substantial element of the party, with few exceptions, and indicate very forcibly which committee is acceptable to the county Republicans: M. P. Gray hardware merchant. R. K. McClure boot and shoe merchant. V. Berbcrich merchant tailor. "Wm. H. McClure. Geo. W. Reock chairman Garfield Jerome Weitzel, sr. county committee. Benjamine Lewis. J. W. Gayle druggist. B. C. Milam Owen W. Furr letter carrier. ' ' Phythlan Saffell " W. T. Brbwn cooper. A. Brown watchman. B. D. 0 fiord supt. warehouse; . Sam Gunter engineer. G. W. Hardin farmer. W. E. Church . Perkins' " . "D. B. 0. M. George Ervino J. W. Poynter farmer. W. L. Compton miller. w L. L. Compton H. C. Church farmer. " David Ghur'ch Jas. R. Smith Jno. t Spencer Ohas. Buckner of this city, married Miss Jennie Bridges, In Maysville, Thursday. John Green and Maggie Simms, colored, of the Forks of Elkhorn, and-OlaICldd and Joaie Evans, colored, of Winchester, wore granted license to marry, the first on Monday and the'last Saturday. Mr. John W. Moore and Miss Lula Rosell were married at the Antioch Church Wednesday night, Rev. L. P. Hulett officiating. The groom is a son of Mr. A6bury Moore, of Shelby COLL county, and the bride a daughter of, Mr. James Rosell on the Flat Creek turnpike, about two miles from the y Hit ID Furniture Have opened Sale Kooms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. SEE W if PRICES J. G. Jackson Jackson Church " ' ' .;. . , city. As announced last week the marriage of Mr. Luke T. Taff, of White " " Daniel Green " J. R Barker B. F. McDanie- l- " " J. F. Purvis H. E. Wright H. B. Mefiord Sol Steele W. G. Ellis u " C I ' J.T. Bramlette T.D.Fitzgerald R. Perry T.W.Hancock K. D. Hancock ' r- - " " " W ,) ; : -. .- u ;, i , county committee. Theo. W. WyHe chief clerk.assistant U. S. lsngineers oiuue. R. H. Higclon. Distll- "W. Samuel R. Smith council. D. W. LindBey attorney. A. H. McClure. Edward M. Drane J. W. Milam ex-cit- y treasurer. city an W. 0. Scott Wm. Jewitt J. T. Green Lee Wise 0. P. Purvis Bon Smith W. T. Black L. V. Chism " " " 1' " , " .v i " county, and' Miss Annie Alahoney, of this county, took Is now in successful operation for the treatment of the place at the Catholic Church in th's Kov. city Wednesday morning. Father Taff, of Covington, a brother ' of the groom, assisted by Rev. OFFICE LOCATED AT Father McGinloy, of White Sulphur, The attendants were 105 and 10G Ann Street, CAPITAL HOTEL JBLD'G, officiated. Miss Lizzie Downey and Mr. J. Taff, G-.'IE- in charge., ilhd conYVith brother of the groom. sulting physicians, Drs. K. E. HUME and G. W. CHI.N. The following invitation jrecelved This is an opportunity of being permanently relieved of the'terrible ' diseases, Alcoholism and Mdrphine. Our remedy is a in this city Monday explains Itself: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hugh Lounsbury Complete, Cure! Absolute and request the honor of your presence is Guaranteed. Which at the marriage of their daughter, Sulphur, Scott Frankfort Sanitary I nstituti m w Liquor, Morphine and Tobacco Habits IDr. m TllompSOIl HUPSON-LOUNSBUR- Y. i m M Permanent . Louise, Garrett Sudduth " " " " " . . " ' ; ; V. L. CLARK, Mr. William Porter Hudson, jr., Secretary. Tuesday evening, Oct. the eleventh, First Presbyterian Church, Stamford, Connect! cut. Besides tho card to present at the church door, the following card was also inclosed in the envelope. At Home' after November the fifteenth, Frankfort, Kentucky. here The groom is too to require further mention but as a modest tribute of praise to his sterling qualities, it may be said that he is one of the most popular and successful young business men in the city and is deserving of the prize he has captured. The bride is the youngest of the Misses Lounsbury who have visited Miss Mary Ely and is a sweet and most lovable young lady whose beauty and bewitching graces won her numerous admirers when she well-know- n to J. W. GAYLE, aug.20-.3m President. T. Shy supt. Old Crow Nelson-8u- pt. 0. A. cooper shops. S Hermitage Jno. Marshall Jno. B. Carter L. J. .Chism H. H. Semones FranciB Goins ,H. H. Sudduth at eight o'clock, .jS ' Ohas.yL. McEnnis- - mechanic. 0. D. Nelson supt. Stagg cooper E?b. Slaughter of Garfield Olub. W. Merchant. Jas. M. Todd retired grocer. N. I. McDaniel Garfield Club. O. H McCoy mechanic. J. B. McCoy mechanic. H. K. Brawner contractor. H. D. Marshall carpenter. 0. B. Sudduth " 'Thornton Sudduth" " 1. W. Semones " W. Pierce u G. W. Rogers Warren Pulliam " " G. J. Chism " T. 0. Booth " J. T. Jennings Miles Wm Scott L. 0. Green M. L. Moore, sr M. L.Moore, jr " " ' " ' , s. : Everybody should attend the auction safe of western horses at Salyers & McDonald's stable, October 4, 1892. Bucklen'a Arnica Salvo. The best salve, in the world fot Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt BJoVi. B. 11-iy. Franklis. Frankfort, Ky. Hart ;oa wrlltao m j til If "jrou haraa't, wlidom tmbltioa ri1l promlta ,.' '., jp ' , . - Brook Hiram Forbs contractor. Henry Rost W. H. McCoy cooper. "W. T. Holmes tailor. Lewis-edi- tor , " v ' Henry J. Abler merchant. A. O. Oaplinger engineer. JameB Sower merchant. Danfl.Hancock T. S. Baldwin 1 " W. .0. Moor- e- S " , , bout. Geo. A. Rounda- S.T.Hancock V. l - & $i. i Jesse Whitehouse painter. W. B. Shcwalter engineer. W. H. Sneed attorney. J. T. Duvall farmer. dealer. J. J. Quinn carriage J. N. urutcher merchant. J. H. Told cold dealer. Jos. Hales grocer. Jas. Rake mechanic. Jos. Wilson laborer Guy Owens laborer. R L. Grinstead grocer. W. S. Oaplinger engineer. , b ' ' , . ; Anderson Smith. H. G. Banta painter. 0 W. Saffell assistant postmaster. Lewis Black carpenter. carrier. T R. Todd letter bookkeeper. " George Black . A. B. Hammond y marshal. Jas. Buckner plasterer. Thos. J. Todd Llewellyn Banta art decorator. Jas. M. Saffell postmaster. E. L. Banta mail carrier. Zach Evans-carpen- ter. Cedar Run DisW . M. Saffell-su- pt. tillery. There is no use of any one sufferJas. Saffell, ing with the chojora, when ChamberW. B. Morris. Garfield lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea W. H. VanWiuklo-se- o'y Remedy can be procured. It will Club. give relief in a few minutes and oure Allen Taylor laborer. Fn a short time. I have tried It and " x Foard Taylor know W. H. Clinton, Helmotta, N. Thos.-YduJ. Tho epidemic a,t Helraetta was at Jno. Wilson-r- - " first believed to be cholera but subse" John Carte- rquent investigation proved it to be a H. J. Hyde lotter'carrior. violent form of dysentery, almost as Thos. Fletcher-labor- er. aa oholera, This Remedy ' R. W, Owens marshal Bellepolnt. dangerous with great success. For was used Carter Hales merchant. lm salo by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. ter. ex-citsr.-dis- tiller. " . Hancock J. " H. I. Newton W. J. B. Newton -- ' " I G. W. Smith Harry Oahorn ' " " J. B. Smith Andy Roberts " W. D. Shelton H. McBride mechanic. J. H. C. Greenup farmer. " Graves Hancock " Toby Crittenden " W. D. Moore H. T. Rogers mailing clerk. I. T. West real estate dealor. . " , A. G. Hancock u u "i?t . &4 Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, P. H. Carpenter. Rheum, 5-- in uml and Inlalllnal auffttt I you mr iclal( paraonat klttnllon. I un- Jarlak to brltflr teach any HUMr y ofallbtr aax, nha can rim ana ftar Inatrucllwa, will work IniJua. Deraon vrrlr. and wab. iy f.'r r , - ng J, Wi Gilpin-carpen- was hero. Miss May Lounsbury, sister of tho bride, will be the maid of honor and Mr. Dudley Watson, formerly of this city but now of Jersey City, will bo the groom's best man. The rest of the attendant have been selected as follows: Misses Alice Lounsbury, sister of the bride, Edith Vail, of New York City; Lily BUrral, Catharine Queen Cabot, of Stamford; Florence Franois, of New York City and Minnie Bohon, cousin of the groom, of Harrodsburg; Messrs. Loring Hall, of Boston; Charles Mills, of Denver, Col.; Frank Holmes, Scott McOlaln, Lewis Curtis and Dr. MoGill, of Stamford. Rev. Dr. Vail, the pastor of tho Church, After will ofllolatp on tho occasion. ceremony the happy couple will the go to New York City to remain there for a week or more and then return to Stamford before they como westward to their future homo in Mr. Hudson will take thiB city. his deparfcuro for Stamford next Tuesday. t ' The holes In the sidewalk on St. Clair street near tho corner of Main have been repaired and.the stagnant "pool at the corner of Third and Steele streets, on tho South Side, drained and filled up, for which the city officers are deserving tho thanks of a. grateful public. Now continue the good work, gentlemen, and abate the nuisance at the depot and you will hear your praises, if you listen, sounded on every street corner In tho city. Street Repairs KHfe syjuap ' mrm jiM-.r-r- T trioualr, how tv cam Thraa Th land Doll.a L, rririn .nail owii ocallllai. wharo. arar Ihar lira, f will alio furnl? cho altuatlon aT wblch jroa can um that amount. and racalTanolb-l- ar unlaaa iu- ccmful, aa abora. Koiiuna; auncuir. to laarn, Of thai I tharja Botblnc; raqulroa 1 tlma. !oua mtklnc orcr 'fUxet '1 houund Dollar! Yr, ticb. All nlld.iura. Full particular free. Afuryuu li)gwll,lf you foucluiJt to ro no rurllirr, ivhr, no lurm It doutj AddrMt, V. AtLC.V, Jiox 4U. Awrimu, Ualue. Deo.e-ly- WJ&Smt . MFlK5ij5l.,sizf2Ss' diatrict or county. Ihmal- 1..U. I.H.I PH. provld,dwllhln-Dlorrai- itoh dealra but pcraou fnim much nt numbtr who ltnrt rt It nttr, ,;i Is Marriage a Failure? Have you been trying to get the best out of existence v ithout health in your family? Have you been wearing out you lifo from the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and Indigestion? Are you sleepless at night? Do you awake jn the morning fooling languid, with coated tongue and sallow, haggard looks? Don't do it. A shout in tho camp tells how Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer has cured others; it will euro you. Trial free. Large size 50c. at hapman & Williams. 40 ' Scientific Ameriou Agonoy for UIVKM I Of DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, eto. For Information and froo Handbook write to CO., 061 BUOADWAT, NKW YOHK. MUNN Oldest bureau for Bocnrine patents in America. Krenr patent taken out br us Is brought before tlio publlo by a notice given freo of cbargo in tho isnsE No lntellW Bplendldljr Illustrated. It. VU tl VunUfl muuk SSI ilroadwsy. New world. Tho place to buy a cheap horse Is K.U OlWVUlDi AliViM""" " uvm..w, .v day, October 4th, at 10 a.yra. -- linreeit circulation of any soientlflo paper In the year t JUIU DO WllUOUt a&" tji. m WBsam i&L j' 'IT "if! 7 " E O. ZEHAGEN, Optician, of .USTe-(Cut Showing (mine too Lnrge.) w , x "STorfe- - SI i lve I"WLIe A new display ol Elegant Silverware for 'taWft M cMwk 9 iVj&j? mm 'te' r: ' .!. ana examines tnc errors oi retrictton-scienti.icuit:'cs with the Oculit Test Case, Opthalmascope, Retinoscope, otc, free of charge. Lense-- ground to order and frames made to suit the face, at I vKKht lb nil .. -- .... .... .. . Handsome Wedding and Birthday Presents OUR NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY. J ? SELBERT'S, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, October 3rd, 4th,. 5th, ..And two days each month thereafter. Glasses as low as so cents. The And we are showing the latest and best articles only. Purchasers can rest assured that our prices are best assortment of Gold Eye Glasses and Spectacles to select from. beyond a doubt the lowest and our quality the best. If your head aches, eyes burn or water, sight 'blurs, and your glasses don't suit, come and consult me. M. A. SELBERT, i the Jeweler, FHANKFOET. IMPBOVEMENTS. r m r- - m pa vhCf ml: w r' t A "U' tfUi " Tho "Gondoliers" by Gilbert and Mr. T. Hale la putting up a hand-'om- e Sullivan. double cottage on Benson Btreet, Bellepoint. We have only a few of them, The lovers of light comic opera in Richard Higdon, colored, ia build- but every lady should have one. this city have a treat in store next inc: a store room on the corner of It is a bright little book about Monday night, when the Grau Opera Store Washington and Merd streets. a ilfco good carpet sweepers about" Company present Gilbert and SulliMr. Dan Meagher'a residence on van's latest operatic craze, the "GonBISSELL'S CARPET Ann street, between Clinton and Mero, doliers." The critics say this opera Mb been greatly inproved by paint is far brighter, more catohlng and SWEEPERS. New Putina Bright, M And a new roof. tery route and the progress of this sparkling with good musio and comic That everyone who lives on carMr. Jerome VVoitzel's double dwell- commendable enterprise for tho pub situations and soenos and splendid pets ought to read. Sixteen pages stage settingd than 'Pinafore," "Miings, on Lewis street, opposite the lie welfare. of new ideas put in a new way. kado" or "Little Tycoon." It had a State House, have the stone founda-- . Mr. Spencer Oryer, who has the tion complete and the walls partly run of over chree hundred nights in contract, begun work Tuesday on the laid. New York and ha9 been played by Mr, John W. Mastin having pur- foundation of the Masonc Temple, this company for more than five hunopposite ladies' chased the property on Ann street on Ann street, Capital the entrance to the Hotel. In dred nights. Manager Grau's repu'.between Clinton and Mero, formerly view approach of winter and a tation is well established in this House. Jowned by Mra. Mary T. fcunyan, has desireof the to give the foundation time to country, and it was a chance of good Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court txeshingled the roof and is otherwise fortune that Manager Gaines, of the extendsettle, painting and improving the appea- ed the the board of directors of tho Opera House, secured an engagement time for the completion rance of tho residence. per bujlding until next September. As with him. There are forty-fiv- e 9 Gen. D. W, LindBey is having a new previously published, the oontract sons in the company, among whom fence put up across his lot on Second price is 27,749. The building will be are the following well known leading street, extending from Mr. Henry 63 x 90 feet and have four stories artists: Misa Edith Mason, the KenWilliams' stable to the corner of above the streot and a nine feet base- tucky nightingale and niece of Hon. Steele street. The work is being done ment below the street, in which, Henry Wattorson, of Louisville; Miss by Mr. William McEwan. Ifc will bo besides storage cellars connected Alice Gaillard, the contralto, Miss ihe first fence of its kind in the city, with the store-roomthe heating Lassie Fairbein, Mr. Francis Gaillard, T1TE pledge ourselves in favor of m being constructed of'about one and furnace for the building will be kept. the great French baritone, Mr. Thos. one-hal- f inch gas pipe placed hori- The first Btory will have two splen- H. Persse, the celebrated tenor, and zontally in sections and fastened to did store rooms. The second floor Messrs. Stanley, Felch and 'Gilbert of customers from the posts. will have offices for lawyers, physi- Clayton, tho comedians. The opera evercharge, adulterations and rriisstatements. , cians, agentB or pther persons, and will be produced here the same as in The Old Judge Distillery, near PriES-ArTFfor every one with b i in Mercer county, owned by the third floor two lodge rooms. Tho New York and Chicago, with original the merchant who does most for his customers. costumes and cast, and a picked choMessrs. M. T. Mitchell and 0. W. fourth floor will contain a lodge and juidjHenry Fincel, of this city, is now commandery room for the Masonic rus of the best voices in all the opera of monopolistic 'i companies out, and a splendid orches.being taken down and put in readi-aieB- S order. 's rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. The two store andlodge rooms have tra that accompanies the troupe infor removal here. The plant been taken, and a number of the dispensable requisites to tho successwill be put up on th,e line of the of the people's burden" mmm 1. V Xouisville and Nashville railroad, one offices spoken for. The front will be ful presentation of itn opera without and buyer's bugbear tax profits. company like west of the city, where a well of stone, and on the corner next to which a first-clas-s mile will be sunk and as fine water ob- Main street thero will be a tower, Grau's would not appear, and which tained as can be found in the county. which will add very much to the the habitues of the opera house here The capacity of the distillery for the architectural appearance of tho build- know how to appreciate. During tho bush- ing. An elevator, gas, water and all performance Miss Loulu Miller will present will be only twenty-flv- e YOU appear in her wonderful serpentine BUY els, but later on it is expected that the latest appointments will mako-than increase will be necossary. Mash- building the most desirable and dance. Seats are now on sale at Barrett's, complete structure of its kind in the ing will begin about December 1st. and those desiring to attend had betoity. ter secure them early. Remember The bottling house of Messrs. W. the date and place, Monday night, As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our 4-- Gaines & Co., extended from Big Excitement in Town. October 3, at tho Opera Hous'e. business record in support of our claim for FAIR, their present ofilce building on Main On tho Way to Paradise. street aoros3 to the alley on the west SQUARE DEALING. Over the remarkable cures by the Let us hopo that tbe peoplo who habitually .side of tho Hume blook, Is rapidly grandest specific disof the age, a '.advancingto completion. The build-in- ? Fanny's Health Restorer, which Aunt regard their health will reach that.deslrable place, We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, acts and avoid the locality which Is less desirable as an is three stories high and 264 x 84 as a natural laxative, stimulates tho and the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction eternal residences on account of feet in dimensions and will be used digestive organs, regulates the liver surroundings generally." But whilethe heat and of age or class, and behind our promise stands we tarry In is nature's great for bottling the Old Grow and Her- and kidneys andrenewer. this vale of tears, why should we voluntarily enour splendid stock of healer and health mitage brands of whisky. It is the If you have Kidney, Liver or B16od dure the tortures of dyspepsia when a sstematlc intention of the company to build Disorder do not delay, but call at use of Hostetter's Stomach Hitters will rid us V physicians & Williams drug Btoro for another stracturo of the same di- Chapman paokage. Large size 50c.v it the atrocious malady which unlessshorten the aro very much at fault tends to freo trial term of our existence. Heartburn, Dlllousness, mensions on the site of the hquae in 46 constipation tUmoit always accompany this comWhich Dr. E. M. Gober rooe ntly lived, plaint and are symptomatic of it. These are all extinguished by the Hitters, which also conquers but it cannot be told yet until the ' completely malaria, rheumatism, nervousness Lost. queston of changing the route to go down Main, Washington to Clinton or Mero and thence to Wilkinson and along tho Leestown road is now under consideration by the railway company. This new route, which it is believed will eventually be taken by the company Bometime, if not at present, ought not be made a ncessa-r- y resort now, and the city council should see to it at once that no obstacle is thrown in the way of the ceme THE GBAU OPERA COMPANY. R. ROGERS & SON, for fOur BISSELL 1 I b9kl.et1 I Freo to those who ask for it. . OUR PLATFORM. PKOTECTIOIT " s, Ber-gin- PKOHIBITION" cstn )"O"OTIO0Sr ?- -! e AS VOTE - INTELLIGENTLY! m Boots and Shoes, mi. m m , JtAl board of diractora of the company meet next month, whether it will bo built this fall or next spring. The laying of tho rails for tho street xailway is advanonig rapidly. Tho work has been finished on tho South Side to tho bridge and from Wapping on the nortn side down St. Glair to Main Btreet, and is being pushed rapt idly up Main. The bridge rails will not be put down until after tho lino is completed to its terminus. Whoro that will be now appears unoertain. It was the intention, as published, to go .up Main streot and the Versailles turnpike to the cemetery gate, bub as .the olty oounoll has failed to take .action on tho matter of tho accept-.and- e ofthat part of the turnpike with-- n tho limits of the oity, and tho street railway company does not propose to Jay Its rails on private property and perhaps be obliged at some future ibimo to pay tho turnpike company ja heavy sum for the right of way, the fc On Thursday of last week, somewhere between this oity and Mr. A. B. Road's gate on tho Louisville pike, a v Who Evor small paokage of linen doilies., with a gold thimble wrapped in them; the thimble bearing the initials "B. G." Saw a larger or more beautiful line engraved upon it. The finder will of dross goods, cloaks, &c, than that please leave at this office and be displayed by us this season? Our stock consists of all tho very newest The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranstyles in wool and silk effects Our teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. line of dress trimmings can not bo See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. "Wanted. excelled by any house in the city. Wo have all the new styles in changeLadies and gentlemen suffering able silks and volvets, Persian bandB with throat and lung difficulties to and featherean braids. Our cloaks call at our store for a bottle of Otto's have never been equalled in stylos Cure, whioh'we are distributing freo and prices. We have them in all The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, of charge, and wo can confidently qualitioa.with fur trimmings and also recommend it as a superior remedy plain. Prices the lowest, Tho ropu- for Coughs, Colds. Bronohitis, Con- tation wo have for selling cheap hosumption, and all diseases of the siery and underwear can not be disputthroat and lungs. It will stop a ed. Our fast black hosiery are the cough quiokor than any known best. Wo are agents for Foster's celremedy, we will guarantee It to cure ebrated kid glovoa every pair waryou. If your children have oroup or ranted and fit to tho hand. Please whooping cough it is sure to give oall and inspoot our complete lino of instant relief. Don't delay, but got gooas, in overy department, before a trial bottlo freo. Largo sizo oOo. making your purchases. WKITZEL & O'DONNELL, Sold by Chapman & Williams. 40 ' V ,. L,y- rUkinKJlU&'i. llOvdltrfk i. J). 4-- and debility, since the appearance of "la Krtnpo" it has shown ti singular mastery over this loriniuiiuiti compiauu mm uus carried on so many of our brightest and bejt. Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. r 'i R. K. McCLUEE. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &ca tf Main stroot, WMIn MBxtC,! ... yHUMBB IUi V dh. I, illulllMWMimw fJI VlJfta&Ri&JA.-kI.Jv MX H bUHDHWSJ'jniEMAilKlVJbWni'.yiMVf.JIV.... ,i, IXiW ' ii A, V .. i .J S ufi 1 i. ' 8 ii4 & '. GrLUCfiG I&St ails HITCH 1892 ! STARKS' Crutcher & SterRs. m J F41LL 1 892. N L A P D U HATS. They are beauties. 1 892 Fall Announcement! In opening our doors to the public with our Grand Fall Display of MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, Men's Hats and Furnishings, Ladies', Misses, Men's and Boy's Shoes, NECKWEAR, FALL, 1892. Royal Blue, Altantic Green, Fox Brown. See window. Fall,, 1892, Great shades. See the new imperfalhat, The Comedore"; you should have 'one. UNDERWEAR. variety, beautiful Will you see them? fti Children's suits. THEY ARE BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS. Fall patterns. New GREAT. N. 13. Sacks will be the leading styles; don't buy until you see ours. Pi See the great collar and cliff dis-pla- y. OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! 1 Our second floor chuck full of them. All prices. Children's knee pants. See what 25c, 35c, up to Si, 50, 'will do. You will be surprised. Men's drehs suits, coachman's suits, wedding suits a specialty. MEN'S and BOYS' boots and shoes. Now don't buy until vou see the stock. We arc more ;hati happy to state to you that oui? entire line in every department is more complete than ever before. The main feature in our platform is the best goods for the least money. Honesty and fair dealing. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Remember our two immense outlets, FRANKFORT AND LOUISVILLE, gives us big advantage in buying. See the prices and be convinced. . Sox, Sox, Sox. One-ha- lf dozen, the best in the world, only Grtat variety cjther 50c. , " grades. 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 houses in thef city. any two rff CRUTCHER FRANKFORTtsttU55& Dr. Halo's Household Ointment Is the" finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Files like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the moBt soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of Jong standing, -- & AND- STARKS, -- LOUISVILLE. I Teacher's Association. The Franklin County Teacher's Association will meet at the Capital City Business College, corner of Main and St. Clair streets, on Saturday, October 15. 1892. PROGRAM. Ghesapeake& NEW YORE, Ohio Ry. WASH1 A FOR SALE A SMALL In operation, SOUR-MAS- W. J. CHINN, JR, NOW ., PHILADELPHIA, IMIQN, and all Eastern Cities, for sale cheap. Only $4,000. rare bargain. Apply to M. T. MITCHELL, Frankfort, Ky. Jan.23-tf- . DISTILLERY, A7TRfflT Jan.80-ly- AT &AW. Will practice in all State Courts. Of fice second floor, Custom House. . Fractions R. H. Graham, Miss Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE, LEXINGTON and EASTERN Annie Magill. POINTS. Mental Arithmetic Miss Mary Time card In effect Sept. 14, 1892. . Morris, W. H. Parrent. JJLUB atlU JJU1UUUO tl U WU1U14 UllAJT Addition, Subtraction, Multiplica different from all else;, superior to all tion and Division Miss Rachel EAST BOUND. hosfno equal, 25 and 50c. boxes Cromie, Lelia Bartlett, G. T. Graham, else: it Lve. Lexington. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpen John Dooley. Fast Mull. No. 2! 7:25 A.M. y Mt. Sterling Accommod itlon, No. 20 . . 11 :45 a. m. ters south Hide drug store. The members are requested to be Vestlbuled Express, no. 24 6:10 p.m. Morehead Accommodation No. 28 . . . . 6:30 v. $ promptly on hand at 10 a. m. Reduced Rates. 5-l- Moore's Poultry Remedy. Kentucky Midland Shortest and Quickest between I market, S THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE rostlveiy prevents ana cures cixcimn and mnwt; and Paris. Ow- The L. & N. offer the following reduced rates: To Chicago and return, 1st class and Covington Oct. 11th to 15th $3.63 for round trip; to Louisville, Sept. 29th to Oct. 1st. $2.82 for round trip; to Lexington, Oct. 5th to 6th, $1.16 for round trip. Cheap Rates. $0.90, Thos. Hunter, Maggie Downie, Rachel Cromie, Committee of Programme. KET. WKST BOUND." CHOLERA AND GAPES. Onlr direct line between second class $5.50: Cincinnati LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. bus iransiers Through Sleepers from Lexington change. H. W. FITLLER. Gen'I. Pass. Agt., Washington. D. C. Arr. Lexington. Lexington iccommodatlon, No. 27. . a m. More then pays for its use in the" extra, producLouisville Express, No. 21 . . . . . . .12:30 P. H. tion of Lexington Accommodation, No, 29. . P.M. . . . .6:10 P.M. Vestlbuled Express, No. 2J . . " Solid Testlbuled Trains with Dining Cars No .86 .35 Frankfort, Georgetown lish, MaysTilh, JE Si - Cynita, Pal-mo- utb without Get a trial box. and Covington. J " 1""" r The Kentucky Midland offers the following low rates: Lexington and return, October 5th to 15th, $1.15. Account Breeders' Trots. Cincinnati and return, October 6th, Account Colored Band Contest. Single tickets good for all. Cincinnati and return, October 10th, $2. SO. Account Ladies Auxiliary. O. D. Bercaw, G. P. A. $1.75. A Safe Investment. , New Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any affection of Throat, Lungs or Chest such as Consumption. Inflammation of Lungs, Bron- chitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agrcebble to taste, perfectly safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at South Sjde Drug Store. 1 Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of pur- Medium to good colory chase price. On this safe plan 7 00(5: trash ypu can buy from our advertised Common, lugs not colory 6 00i 7 50i Common Oolorv Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's Medium to good lucrs colory Sales on our market for the week justclosed amountto 2,448 hhds., with receipts for the same period of 1.121 hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 129,354 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1891 on our market to date 112,533 hhds. The offerings on our market this week have been considerably lighter with prices fully maintained on all The weather conditions ave been highly favorable of late for the crowing crop and material progress has been made thiB week in the way of housing tobacco. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burloyi tobacco, crop of 1891: Trash (dark) or damaged $5 $4 50 tobacco 7 Common Oolory trash... 6 50 0 00 Ass't Gen'l. Pass. Agt. Cincinnati, O. ASK FOB C. B. RYAN, nMS m 'Pgrj Traffic Managar. OSCAR G. MURRAY, TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND. -- & CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, DRUGGISTS- tftj .i i m m PRESCRIPTION GOODS TBIIIIIS RUN BY BEMTRftL STAKBAftO TIME. ' I , Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET AND SUNDRIES. " TIME TABLE JUNE 20. I A. 1892. V. V M I V M Finest April SOB y. A WATER in Frankfort, TRAINS EAST. Lv. Frankfort Lv. Summit . . No. 1. No.3. No. 7. . fi.00 fi.iKi 6 11 .A. EBMZpfM DR. THE SHORTE8T AND QUICKEST, T" W. I. KELLEY, 7 00 10 00 higgMi to Select or wrappery tobacco 1U 00(2) 10 lugs Common to medium leaf 8 00fr 14 17 14 00 Medium to good leaf. 17 00 25 Good to fine leaf. "u 00 00 Time, 26 Hours. SOLID VE8TIBULED TRAINS. Thv shortest and quickest. h OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the Orleans FHOEXTKK HOTEL, IN LEXINGTON. KY Lv. Duvall Lv. JohiiHon Lv. Georgetown Lv.CS. Depot I v. Newtown Lv. Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Purls LvrEIkhorn Lv.Snuzer Lv.Ktamnlng Ground . . '. . i 6.18 G.3U fM U 3.80 3.30 3.4J 3.48 02. 1.00 L4tt ....... C. I .B. . 4 UU 4.14 4.32 4.47 4 66 6.01 6.15 6.B2 0.60 1MH i,2Z 220 2.85 3.00 3.20 3.80 3.15 4.05 I . A 7.18 7.23 7.87 M I P NO. 00 25 00 32 60 Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala be Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Oot. 1st, 1892. Oot. 22d, 1892. Nov. 12th, 1892. Sept. 10th, 1892. Time, 26 Hours, When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorl. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, eh clung to Castorla. When sho bad Children, she gave them Castorla. Solid Vestlbuled Trains. tween Cincinnati and operation uu d with little or no pain. REEERENCES , W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky.--J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, Kyf J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky, HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical P. H. Carpenter. gain. We have some ' first class second hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Call and see thorn if you waut a bar30-t- f. Bank Stock for Salo. . I M'astin Bros. v i Children Crjfor PitcherT7 CastoriaT Eleven shares in city banks, in lots to suit purchasers. Apply at this office, A connects with L. A N. B connects with Q. & c. and L. S. O connects with K. C. Ellectlvo July 21th, Hunduy trains leave Frunk-fo8:15 a, in. and 3:30 p.m., arrive at George-- ., town 9:10 u. in, and 4:22 p.m.; Paris 9:50 a. in David Moore, Benson, Ky. port tor Texas, Mexico and California. ' and 6:10 1. in. Jas. M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland rtallwa) Lo'VI'nrU lOilOn. m. and 550 p. m. .arrive nt via Georgetown 6:45 a. ra.;arrlveClnclnnat 10:2C Georgetown 10:65 a. in. and G:00 p. in,; Frankfort DR. KELLEY'S oftlce and residence Is at 26'J 11:60 u. in. and 7 00 p. in. a. m. Quicker than any other line. All trains irrlv it ilepartfromJentrnl Union West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where ho may The Kentucky Midland Railway und connecbe found every duy of each week except SATU Depot, Cincinnati. tions Pamphlets describing these diseases pointsform the shortcut and cheapest route to all Rates .Maps,o..Haare;s rot north, south und west. uud the mode of treatment sent free to any one E. T. OllARLETON. For further Information upply to their ngonts. W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing D. P. & T, A., Chattanooga. E. B. WEITZEL, CD. BERCAW, 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, 0. D. J'ttLER, D. fi. EDWARDS, City Ticket Agont.v Gen. Pass. Agt. TSHt.Mng. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE. 'JP.&A.T ur.u. u, uAitri., uen. sups. I Lezinoton, Kt., 12 Knoxvillk, Tkn.n., " 17 asukvillk, n. c, "' " Chattanooga, Tknn., n 16 .Atlanta, G., " BlKMINUUAM, ALA.. " 16 " Direct Connections at NewOriennsandShrex The Short line Time , 2W Hours Elkborn Summit Ar. Frankfort Ar. Ar. TRAINS WKST. N(V. Lv. Paris C. 8.00 . . . R12 Ar. Elizabeth . 8.10 Ar. Centervllle 8.24 Ar. Newtown U S. Depot WiG Ar. Ar. Georgetown . . B. R41 8.49 Ar. Johnson Ar. Duvall RC4 Stamping Ground . U.01 Ar. 'J 13 Ar. Swltzer nt X P M 4 ItJo. 8 ISai2 6.60 6.02 s.or 6.10 5.25 G.C2 3T .... ...?... ,6.06 614 6.87 6 4D 6.51 6.6H 6,'12 7.05 7.15 7.85 7.55 5.45- j5R 9.10 9.25 . . .A . 933 7.10 7.16 7.22 7.80 8.10 8.20 8.80 m rt " Borberlch, Frankfort, Ky. Rev. L. P. Uulett, Benson', Ky. A. H. McClure, Frankfort, Ky, V. J. liughes.Frankfort, Ky. V. h, 1 w V