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KY., OCTOBER 8, m Number 5 , m X J i a Gov't Report Kentucky's Trotting Carnival. Breeders' a'" Baking Powder THE PUBLIC HIGHWAYS. The City Should Control all Within the Limits. Trotting Horse Association, with headquarters at Lexington, is nb local affair, for its membership extends over the Statoa, andits influence over the continent. It gives the greatest meetings in America and deserves the support of "all, especially who love the light harness horse. Last week we spoke of what The Kentucky Ken-tucklanB, BRIER, IWiml Lexington, K-y- . S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, V H ,; . ABSOLUTELY PURE Zilpah. Weather line, warm and dry. Mrs. Owen Moore is on the sick list this week. Wilson Moore and wife were in town last week. J. B. Moore is on ah extended visit in Fayette county. Farmers uro cutting corn and eeed-inTobacco most ail cut G. F. Moore and wife viBited their son at Eminence Friday lout. ' John Samples sold his farm to Mr. Jack Clark this week for $2,000. "Wallet .Dowden, of Jeflersonville, Ind., was in this community Sunday g. V IV The city council met Saturday and unanimously adopted the ordinance accepting that part of the Frankfort and Versailles turnpike within the Wilkeswood, Lady McGregor, limits of the city This action of the Rose Turner, Adelaide McGregor, eouncil Ib generally commended by and other good ones. Then think of ftf in the Lexthe people, whether the occasion to the crack ington Stake; the stake winners that use the road was a present or future will meet in the Kentucky, and the necessity, but as it has been said wonders in The Special. The there are other turnpike roaks Within greatea on October 12th will be the race ever trotted for a purse. the limits of the city, the good work should not stop until the city has, as ' Dr. Hale's Household Tea. she ought to have, the right of conlast. trol of every street, alley or other Coughing before the entire mu- Mi8B Dovie EdKngton returned cous memorane tne air pashome Saturday from, a two week's highway within the city limits. And sage leading to lining the becomes any property hol- inflamed, as it surelylungs be from a further than this, if visit to Eminence. will der has encroached on the public cough neglected. There is but one A great many from this neighborhighways by placing his fences on remedy that gives instant relief and hood attended the Democratic tally at Croppers Saturday last and pro- the street lines, thereby narrowing cures quickly. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure cures every kind of nounced it a grand alfair. the width of the streets and disar- cough from a simple cold to incipient The Scribe found quite a curiosity ranging the harmony of the general consumption. 25 and 50c bottles at in his corn field, in tne way of a corn plan of the city, which it is claimed Carpenter's South Side drug store. stalk with 8 ears on it. One ear was m separate from the rdst and the other has been done on the South Side on seven were in a cluBter one of the Third, Steele, Shelby and other Transfer at Paris. a fully developed ear and the streets, the council, in a spirit of firmrest paruy iuu, mi juumu Luguuier uu ness in protecting the rights of the The Kentucky Midland has arone cob. Close Observer. public and fairness in questioning ranged oheap transfer M.charges for ana K. O. the trespass by the property holderj passengers between K. are not pass a resolution looking points when connections should Ben. D. Bell, made at to an investigation of the matter and company the railway junction. The Druggist, of Lexington, iCy.j says also offers free transfer that Dr. Hale's Household remedies the correction at an early day of such service between Frankfort and sta(consisting of Dr. Hnle'B Household enclosures of the streets as they may tions on the K. C, Maysville and Lftv'Vv. Cough Cure, Dr. Hale's Household find unwarranted in law. The publio Winchester and Riohmond line. Be sure to ask Kentucky Midland ticket VJUbUluup uu jl1. uuir d uuunouuiu Tea) are the best sellers he has ever rights are higher than private de- agent for transfer checks. O. D. Beroaw, had in Jiis store. This is owing to sires, and if it be true as a number of G. P. A. the great merit of these popular good lawyers maintain, that an indiremedies. They invariably give vidual, by unlawfully fencing up the satisfaction, freat and work save many doctors' public highway. can. In nowise imwonderful cures. Everybody should use.them. 28 Tin d pair the public right or acquire a title 50c. sizes, at Carpenter's South Side to sucn uniawiuuy inciosea puonc A Mtee& & MilROl brtTOS 1 . drug store. nign way, then tne council snoum see ' reel No. a, with pole autl to it that the street lines are straight-'- ! llite. It wafl lost Friday Scrabble. ened at once, or that suit be insti- niglst on tfie road between ;..;'t J. O. Moore and daughter, Miss tuted to test the question and enforce the 'Wash Hancock place and Siangan & Darnell's Lulio B., attended the barbecue at the demand. stable. A liberal reward ' It ii Croppers last Saturday. will be paid for its return Foil Dead. The Clark brothers, John, James to this office, f. and Bob. have purchased another Is great blood purifier and the farm adjoining theft already large nerve tonic. It acts upon all the seone on Six Mile creek. We hare some first class second cretions of the svstem. enabling the hand butrzlos and nhaetons for sale. (iss Sidney Moore is still on the liver and kidneys to perform their Call and see them if you want a bar- t proper functions, giving tone sick list 30-tMiss Sallie Belle, school mistress Btreneth to the nervous system, a certain cure for dyspepsia. Two E .1.1 L,?itP months' treatment for 60c. Get a Bargains. j free sample at Carpenter's South Side last. drug store. l MastinBros. have some splendid Quite a large crowd attend Church second-hanSurreys, Pheatons and His FaUCard. at Lebanon Sunday and listened to Buggies that they offer oheap. Bro. Adkins' well delivered sermon. Mr. H. F. Hillenmoyer, the Lexing- Welcome to the Roundabout, with ton nurseryman, has his fall card in If you want sulphnr water, fresh newsy comranB. its LrvaiiY Boy. this issue, announcing that he is pro-- I from the Murray well, left at your pared to furnished all kinds of fruit residenoe every morning, leave W. H. Averill's orders store, Guaranteed Cure. and ornamental trees for fall plant- -' theU. at Express office drug H. R. S. or f. ing. If you propose to set out an Williams' grocery. We authorize our advertised drugorchard thia fall, you want to write. gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and ' to him for a catalogue from which Colds, upon this condition. If .you to make your selection. Gjve him; are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or your order and you will be sure to any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, get exactly what you want and and will use this remedy as directed, nothing else. giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle j When Nature and have your money refunded. we We could not make this offer did not know that Dr. King's New Dis- Needs assistance it may be best to f covery could be relied on. Itnevef render it promptly, but one should disappoints. Trial bottles free at remember to use even the most perPhil. Carpenter's Drug Store. fect xemodies only when needed. Largo size 50c. and f 1.00. 2 The beBt and most simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of Figs, manu- To tho Publio. ' factured by the California Fig Syrup I wish to announce to the Co. public that I have bought out Go West. the establishment of Mr. John Driscoll, at 237 St Clair street, and will make a specialty of soiling pure September 27th and Ootober25th, old Andorson county whiskies, and the L. & N. Railroad will sell tiokets am prepared to sell them as low ab to points in Arkansas, Texas, Indian ""M Territory, ivansas, uoiorauo anu 'TVv. v "YV J ,w """ " n V Refreshing glasH of beer can always other western and uooa uiouna on tnp. o'clock, soup aevery States at oho fare for the round trip. Nothing in the way of Novelties day from 10 to 12 and fine For further information apply to g begins to compare with the lunch every Saturday night from 8 to W. W. Alexander, O'OJOCK. Agent. array now displayed by W. P, J. SUTTKRUN, L. Coppersmith, the Jeweler. street, Frankfort, Fi No7!237 St. Clair Many Persons are troVcn Raised Gold and Diamond fiaf Kentuokv. down fiom overwork or household cores. Brown'sdtgeatloa.Bittersexcess of bile, Iron removes Rebuild the Watches of all kinds and UMdrw Cry for Pitcher's Castorfc Byttwa, alda Get Uie genuine. aodcufMsuUarla. prices. s, a, two-year-ol- ds considered their greatest race, and we still think so that the Transylvania Stake will be the greatest race ever trotted, but the closing of entries for the purse classes insure contests the like of which was never seen, and then think of the big stake races, October 8, 10, 12, and 14. The Trunsylvania is on the 10th, and will be the greatest race ever trotted; but s on the 8th, when the start for that $5,000 in the Representative Stake you will see the greatest field of colts ever on a track, Mon-barMidnight, Chimes, Ralph Wilkes, Directum, Bill Lindsay, Bull-onwe throe-year-old- Wall Papers -- ff j3 AND- Ceiling Decorations. Fall Styles for 1892. Tlxe Xjaxg;est Stools, OTnLe Free-for-A- ll jatest IDesigrrLS 1ln.e trade eSc t Oolorin.grs, ZEFxices. Xjo-xres- Samples and Estimates Furnished out of town on, application. Tinting a Specialty. BRO WER, SCOTT & FRAZEE, Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. Tifiiiiiit REFLECT! Before you go and pay Cash for old goods offered at Cost, when you can buy first quality goods LOST. all the time at same price. BROWNIE ! , a-t- Hardware and Cutlery, Guns, Ammunition and Sporting"Groods, f. 'allSL a?;it Paints, Oils and Glass, OFFERED BY d' 1 42-t- f, M, P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant. ii... ,','1 tw .) I HUB -- OH 23-t- "rtfflf r$i BiililnlBlwH ' 1 iff BLSs&taeMlSB v 111111 1 P I ! north-wester- glit-eriti- ! t. In-crust- ed 1 iu'1 30-l- , ,' KlHfd f?P 2 v - 'T fPiPfCm cjTW,,yirTlf SwW'irft'T HMCIITdxxx-i- x "WctgrOXXJS- m SELLING OUT AT COST. e 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, Haines, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, arid other articles too numerous to mention. x We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All oods sold onMe will be charged at regular price. u Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. C. E. COLLINS & n BRO-- , oslte the Farmers Bank. i . Mr. John McDowell, of Louisville, Mrs. Al. Martin an.d Mrs. E. 0. Cole-hawas here Sunday. made a trip to Louisville TuesOol. and Mrs Hiram Berry were in Miss Jessie Powers, of Owensboro, day. Mrs. Caswell Bennett entertained ILouisville this week. is visitng friends, here. a number of her friends at tea Wedis visiting Miss Una Marshall Miss Foster, of Louisville, is visit- nesday evening. friends in Lexington. ing Miss Cordie Cannon. Mr. Frank V. Gray and daughter, Miss Kittie Galbrath entertained Miss Margery Dudley returned Virginia, went to Louisville Thursday herfriends Tuesday night. from, Cincinnati Saturday. to visit friends. , of Louisville, Mr. Jas. M. Todd, jr Mrs. A. McConnell, of Lexington, Miss Nellie Orbison returned home spent Monday in this city. is visiting friends in this city. this week from a visit to Mrs. Sam M. Mrs. David KIrkpatrick, of LexingMr. and Mrs. E. L. Samuel went to Gaines, in Covington. ton, is visiting relatives here. Hot Springs, N. 0., yesterday. Mr. Henry F. Duncan, CommissionMr. Z. J. Montgomery, of Eddy-villMrs. Sam E. James went to New- - er of Insurance, who went to New j port Saturday to visit relatives. spent Monday in this city. York City last Saturday, returned Mr. Al. Rhea, of Lexington, former George Warfleld. of Paducah, home yesterday. Mrs. Dr. W. H. Hall, wife and daughter, ly of this city, was here this week. visited Miss Ora Loigh this week. Miss Eloise, took their departnre Mrs. F. W. Sample and, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Phil Carpenter spent for are visiting relatives in Owensboro. several days in Lexington this week. Wednesday home.Washington City, their future Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Holmes visited Mrs. Henry Duncan went to Miss Natalie Sawyier returned friends in Anderson coujity Sunday. from a short trip to Louisville Satur- Georgetown Saturday to visit friends and returned Monday accompanied Miss Margaret Campbell left Mon- day. by Miss Eva Craig, who has been her iriCincin-nati- . Miss Lizzie Phythian, after a visit guest this week. day for a visit to friends here, returned home to Newport this Miss Birdie Brown entertained at Mr. 0. E. Hoover, of Hamilton, week. the Executive mansion Thursday afMiss Kitten Hoge left Monday for ternoon at luncheon in honor of Miss Ohio, was here Sunday visiting his jfriends. Cincinnati where she will attend Mamie Adams, of Fort Worth, Texas. j Mrs. Uroy Woodson and children, Mrs. Mary Brown Day is. home school. from a sojourn at Hot Springs, Ark- - Hon. D. 'G. Col&ton, of Pineville, ui vwciiduuiu, uiu witu nor misuiwiu was her$ Sunday calling on his at the Capital Ho.tel and will remain ansae. during the sitting of the Railroad Mrs. E. H. Rankin is at home from friends. Commission in this city. Oldham a visit to her daughter in Mr. J. 0. Masonhiemer, of DanMr. John R. Williamson and , county. ville, was in the city this week on Ada Williamson, of Lexington, Miss and Mr. Ben. B. Bigstaff. , of HazeJ business Mr. and Mrs. StewarC, of Chattanooga, Green, ia visiting friends in this Rev. W. L. McEwan, of Webster Tennessee, spent Wednesday in this county. Grove, Missouri, is visiting relatives city the guests of Mr. David Nicol and wife. Miss Effle Hill, of Lexington, is the in this city. Miss Hallie Duvall has returned Miss Rose Crittenden entertained her truest of Miss Rose Crittenden, on from a visit to the Misses Wilson in friends at two o'clock luncheon yesThird street. terday in honor of her guest. Miss Elizabethtown. Mrs. M. J. Lewis left Tuesday afterEffle Hill, of Lexington, and Miss Miss Alma Scofield has returned noon to visit her son, Mr. J. F. Lewis, of Fort Worth, Texas, the from a visit to Miss Addie Mai Reed, Adams, of Mrs. Judge Lewis. in LoUisville. guest in Louisville. Miss Salina Barrett, of Louisville, The banks of this city were repreGov. J. Proctor Knott, after a -- visit sented in the Bankers' Convention at Miss Todd Saflell, on is visiting to his old home at Lebanon, has re- Lexington on Thursday by the folShelby street. turned home. lowing gentlemen: !VIis8 Minnie VanDerveer left TuesFarmers Hon. Grant Green. Bank Miss Cora Blakemore visited Misses day afternoon for a visit to relatives Lucy and Mattie Davis in Harrods-bur- g of Kentucky Gen. D. W. Lindsey jn Hamilton, Ohio. and Mr. E. L. Samuel. Deposit Mr. this week. H. H. Watson. Frankfort National Mr. James H. Polsgrove left WedMrs. W.' 0. Herndon spent several Hon. E. H. Taylor. nesday morning for Louisville to atdays with Mrs John Morgan in Lextend the Law School. The Lexington Leader eays that ington this week. Miss Blanch Earra gave a dinner Mr: David Nicol, wife and daughter, Hon. Theodore Hallam, of Coving- party Tuesday at her beautiful couniMiss MaryTodd, spent Tuesday with ton, v,as here shaking hands with his try home, Maple Grove, at which . friends in Lexington. there were present: Misses Maye friends this week. Birdie Kenney and Emily Mr. Robert Bums Wilson returned New Justice, Miss Judith Drane 'Tuesday from a sojourn of several York City this week to- went to vocal Barnes and Messrs. Henry Ware, Dr. study W. Dade, Archie Brown, Will Grayot, months in Nova Scotia. music during the winter. of Frankfort, and George 0. Webb Miss Maggie Newman, who has Mrs. Clifford Shropshire,, of Lex- and Dr. Craig Falconer, of Lexington. been visiting friends in Louisville, ington, arrived Thursday and is the ' jhas been returned home. , Top Drawer. guest of Miss Kate Green. Adams, of Fort Miss Mamie Rev. Penick is attending LOCAL. 'Worth, Texas, is visiting Mrs. Jos. meeting E.. A.the Episcopal Churcha of H. Lewis ori Second street. Mr. W. J.' Oiiinn, jk., was elected a in Baltimore. representatives director in the Deposit Bank MonMr. 'Clarence L. Stanton? of Mays-villMiss Janie Dehoney will go to day in 'the place of his is visiting his brother, Major H. Anchorage father, Hon. next week to attend 'T. Stanton, on Second street. W. J. Ohinn, deceased. school at Belloview Seminary. Messrs. Dallas Coke and L. L. We had a white frost locality Fisk, of Mr. of Louisville, visited friends in was inCharles H.WednesdayCovington, on Wednesday night, in this far as on busithe city but, so ihis city the first of the week. ness before the Court of Appeals. we have been able to learn, it did but Mrs. Jane Todd and daughter, Miss ThursMr. Howard R, are visiting Mrs. day for Louisville,Rodman loft will ac- little damage to tender vegetation. IMaria, of Louisville, where he S. B. Holmes, on Wappitfg streot. Mr. Robrrt MoMillian, formerly cept a position with AHen'Bradley Mrs. Thos. H. Bradley and son, of Company. of this county, has purchased a resiGeorgetown, are visiting her mother, Miss Lizzie Rodman went to New dence on the corner of Twelfth and Mrs. Lou. Woods, on High street. York City Wednesday to remain Main streets in Paris for which ho Senator John G. Carlisle and wife, there during the winter to resume paid two thousand dollars. of Covington were the guests of her art studies. The alarm of fire yesterday afterMr. W. MVSaffell and wife the first of Mr. Elwood Collins, son of Mr. W. tha week. is lying noon from box 34 was occasioned by Leslie Collins, of this county, Major I.' N. Caldwell and wife, of at the point of death with typhoid 'the burning of a stack of lumber at Winchester, spent several days with fever, at Campbollsville. Messrs. W. J. Hughes & Co.'s mill. Dr. S. B. Holmes nndwife, the first of Mrs. Lou Neeley, of Louisville, and The flames were extinguished before the week. Mr. J. H. MoFadden, of St. Louis, much damage was done. Mra. W. N. Heffner and ohildren, after a visit to their cousin, Mr. J. H. The Delimonico, a new restaurant of Louisville, who has been visiting Quinly, returned home Friday W. Heffner and wife, returned enter- 'for ladies and gentlomen, something Mr. J. Judge and Mrs. W. H. Sneed homo Monday. tained a few friends at six o'clock which the city has needed for years, dinner Tuesday in honor of United up to the public by Oapt. Mrs. F. M. Edwards and children, States Senator John G. Carlisle and was opened S. V. Ponce Wednesday in the room or uearas' Station, are visiting the w"0 formerly occupied by Mr. Wm.O'Don-nel- l, family of her father, Mr. J. A. Suter, Miss Cordelia Lindsey went to on "East Main street. on Main street. Ashland Monday to attend the wedMrs. Omar L. Wilson and son, ding of Miss Ruby Ringo to Mr. Mr. 0. M. Berryman, a brother of Master Harry, of Washington City, E. 0. Means whioh occurred on Wed- Mrs. W. H. Posey, who has been reare visiting her unole, Mr. J. H. Wil- nesday. siding at Clifton, in Woodford counliamson, near this city. Mr. F. W. Koyes and wife. Miss ty, has opened a first class grocery Miss Mary Conners, of Hlghview, Pattio Williams and Mr. John W. R. story in tho Finool blook on the South entertained Wednesday night, in Williamo. attended the honor of her friend, Miss Nettie wedding at Oresoeht Hill on Monday Side. Ho will, doubtless, socure a fair share of tho, trade. evening. Masonheimer, of Danville, e, - Serious Accident Proceeding ing hinders the progress of the work, from home Tuesday with his brother by week after next it is believed the to take a hunt, Ellis Lancaster, a road will bo open to public travel. youth of nineteen residing near A Btreot railway is a long stride to Swallowfleld, received the charge of wards keeping pace with the enterhis brother's gun in tho right side, prise" of the age by which cities are producing such injuries that it is be- made to grow and prosper and it is lieved ho will die. The explosion hoped that every encouragement possible will now be extended to the was accidental. Robert Ellis Wounded A quar- road in its days of infancy. rel between Robert Green and RobState Railroad Commission ert Ellis, two colorod men, occurred Messrs. 0. 0. McChord, Urey Wood-Bo- n andOhas. B.Toyntz,the Railroad at Washington and Mero streets Thursday, resulting in Green throw- Commissioners, met in the city Moning a rock at Ellis, which struck the day to begin tho annual assessment latter in the head and made a pain- of the railroads, but for the reason ful but not dangerous wound. Green that a part of the reports from the railroads had not yet been received was lodged in jail. Assignment John J. Heller the by them, they postponed the woik meat merchant on Broadway, made on the assessment until next week. an assignment Thursday' evening to In the meantime each member will L. B. Marshall. His assets and liabil- investigate and work on such reports ities have not yet been arrived at, as have been made to the commisbut Mr. Marshall estimates that his sioners. Columbus Day- The School Board assets will be about six or seven hunmet the of Prof. dred dollars and his liabilities not Rhoads' purpose to celebrate much, if any, more than that. Edmund Watson Taylor- - The at tho city school buildings on the Louisville Post of Wednesday pays 2l8t inst, the discovery of America by Columbus. A programme .has Mr. Edmund Watson Taylor, of this city, who is clerk of the scales and been partly formulated, but it is tob handicapper of the Jockey Club lengthy for publication. The exer- s cises will consist of essays,torecita-tiongrounds at the Louisville races this and talks relating to the main Beason, the compliment of saying features of the life of Columbus and that he is ' 'the best handicapper in his wonderful discovery, to be folthe West, if not in tho whole coun- lowed by an ovation from some distry." tinguished speaker, who is yet to be Death op Mr. Newbold Mr. D. secured. The raising of the American 0. Newbold, who was at one time a flag on tho top of the school building prominent merchant of Lexington, will conclude the day's celebration. died Thursday at the home of his The public will be invited to attend Mr. Sanford Goiu, jr. He the exercises. was about eighty years of age and For Rent The place formerly the father of Mr. T. 0. Newbold, now owned by Dr. W. H. Hall, on Cross in this city representing a building Street. The house contains five rooms garden, and loan association of Louisville. and kitchen. Large yard andon premwith good stable and water By reason of his death at this time, ises. For terms apply to Dr. E. E. Mr. Sanford Goin, jr., sustains the Hume. bereavement of both his father and father-in-laThe remains will be buried from tho family residence in Woodford county this morning at 9:30 o'clock. Registration Tho first day's registration in the city under the new election law was greater than tho expectations of the officers. .The total in each precinct was as follows: ! I Mc-Henry ii' -- aft son-in-la- .m e, Con--wa- Voglers' Store Bridge Toll House Court House Market House Gas House 227 235 103 417 304 1,430 r i & Total The City Council having provided for two additional days, the books for registration will be open next Tuesday "and also Tuesday week; and if any person Bhould, through sickness or other good excuse be necessarily absent from the city, he can go before the County Clerk on Monday, Tues- Ross-Gain- es day or Wednesday precoding the oloction, and have his name recorded on the books. The Street Railway Tho work of laying tho rails up Main stroet for the streot railway was suspended at High Btreet until tho turnpike company formally ratified tho aotion of the oity council Saturday in accepting tho turnpike road within tho limits of the elty. After that was accomplished Thursday tho work was again putundorway and another-blocIn tho distance to tho cemetery completed yesterday. The four cars whioh tiavo boon purohased in Birmingham, Alabama, will bo here one day ' next week, and If noth- - k Both tliQ method and results wliou Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acta gently ybt promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels cplils, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation.' Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy ana agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the roost popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o and $1 bottles by all leading drug? gists. Any reliable druggist who o may not have it on hand will it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. pro-eur- iniii.ivmr SAN FRANQI8C0, GAL, ' dtv. new vnar'u.vJ '" "-- " .".."! S' J . jm 7T'.. "?,' "TWfPjJWjpJllp "n ;.-. Y .,. Fail Woolens, k. .f? ii ui.S 1 EW' '' " "' -- ''"; V--' '; N .. .!' i Fall Hats F '" J" , r 1r ft'.-- . f i.'tt' . . . ;r. y:oVr r - ar;. mwsMmmmm!imt:?mrw: Just ifri- Fall Neckwear! f 4 i'.V,' ' ; i i 1 HUDSON, HUMPHR ES &, CASSELL! Religious. We' would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churchesin the cityiftliey would furnish us wiih any annoii-iceitien- J. JAPANESE W m. t .vhicb they ma wish made.l WM ! wmsm IE IL Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the 4 Rev. B. F. Cosby, pastor, will preach at Cedar Chapel. Sunday. October Uunriinteod Cure for Piles of whatever kind 9th, at 11 a. m., and at Shiloh at 7:15 orAdegree External. Internnl, Ullnd or Bleeding CURE place to buy. Farmers. you can buy Rev.'VV. Southeun Presbyterian Church G.Neville will occupy his morning at 11 W. Tay- pulpit o'clock and 7:30 p. m. Itching, Chronic. Hccentor eredltary. This Remetlr has positively nevt--r been known to fall. $1.00 a box, 6 boxen, for $5.00; sent by in nil prepaid on receipt ot price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to refunu tne gG 00 pa'd If noc cured. Guarantee issued by J W. GAYLE. iindLKCOMPrEA UAYLE CO.. flnuj-gist- s and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. BUGGIES, HARNESS AND PAUM j&.'X' IMPLEMENTS .'X WHOLESIjE pbices. 'i. n a-i- Jan. 16-l- 0. lor, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 o'clock, and Baptist Church Rev. You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first class style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow Si. 50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. DEATH OF TENNYSON, M i at 7:30 p. m., as usual. Poet Laureate of England, and the . Greatest Poet of the Ago. SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. court-house. .i. The Synod of Kentucky of the Lord Alfred Tennyson, the poet Salesroom, opposite Southern Presbyterian Church, will meet in the Second Presbyterian laureate of England, and greates poet of the age, died in London WednesChurch in Louisville on Tuesday. day. Ho was born at Somerby, in Factory, South warehouse. Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, will occupy morning his pulpit at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30. 'The protracted meeting which has been in progress at Bethel' Church for the last fifteen days, conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. H. Burdin, closed last night with thirty-thre- e additions. Rev. E. T. Williams, a speaker of rare eloquence aid ability and a returned missionary from China, will preach at the Christian Church Tuesday night next, at 7:30. The public is cordially invited. W: W: i m: Ebinezer Presbytery and the Synod of Kentucky will both meet with the Second-Presbyterian Church in Lex- ington next week. The first on Mon day evening at 7:30 o'clock and the latter on Tuesday evening at the same hour. Rev. H. G. Henderson, the pastor, will preaoh tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and Sunday-school Lincolnshire, August 6, 1809, and was the third of seven sons in a family of twelve children. His father was Rev. George Clayton Tennyson, and his mother, a daughter of Rev. Stephen Fytche. A number of Tennyson's brothers wrote poetry, and ho and his brother Charles made their first literary venture by the publication of a book of their poems between the ages of fifteen and eighteen years. At Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1828, Lord Tennyson first met Thackeray, and also Arthur Henry Hallam, to whom he became devotedly attached, and to whose memory he afterwards, in 1850, wrote ''In Memori-am.- " In 1832 he published the "Lady of Shalott," "Miller's Daughter," "Lotus Eaters," "Dream of Fair Women," and other poems. Another edition of his poems appeared in 1842, which included the well known ."Locksley Hall," "Gardener's Daughter," "Morte d'Arthur," "Godeva" and "Clara Vere de Vere," in which HAVE 3TOTX:Ee IBT" GJ-GKS- T IF -AuIIfcT'X'ZE 3. March 26-t- f raised to the British peerage in 1884 under the title of Baron Tennyson, of Aid worth and Farringford. He is dead but his works will endure as long as the English language is spo ken, and Mrs. Browning's tribute paid to him many years since, has at last come to be realized: "If any thing were to happen to Tennyson, the world would go into mourning." Among his minor poems there is none, perhaps, that has been quoted oftener than the following beautiful lines : There is no use of any one suffering with the cholera, when Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can be procured. It will give relief in a few minutes and cure Fn a short time. Thave tried it and know W. H. Clinton, Helmetta, N. J. The epidemic at Helmetta was at first believed to be cholera but subse- -' quent investigation proved it to be a violent form of dysentery, almost as dangerous as cholera. This Remedy was used with great success. For sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. lm Declared Illegal. The Republican State Contral Committee at Louisville, on Thursday, unanimously decided that the Robinson Republican CountyCommittee was not legally elected and on account of the differences existing, ordered Major Hancock to issue a call at once for the election of a committee by pre- It is not unusual for colds contracted in the fall to hang on all winter. In such cases catarrh and chronic bronchitis are almost sure to result. A fifty cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will cure any cold. Can you afford to risk so much for so small an amount? This remedy is intended especially for bad colds and croup and can always be depended upon. For sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist, lm. 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"Break, breatr. break, At the foot of thy crtigs, O Seal But the tender grace of a day that is dead Will never come back to me," cincts. latter poem he says: Ohuroh Howe'er It bo, It seems to me, 'Tis only sweet to be good. Kind hearts are more than coronets, And simple faith than Norman blood." METnoDiST in the evening at 7:30. at 9:30 a. m. The Epworth League meets in the evening at 6:45 in the class room. uoual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd will be, conducted by Rev. Father W. E. Goroy, Oatjjuiiio Church Tho the pastor. "The Princess," containing a part of his best and truest poetry, was published in 1847. It was after quoting the lines below from this poem that Poe said ho regarded him as the noblest poet that e.ver lived; that he was the most etherial, elevating and pure; that no poet was so little of the earth, earthy.- "Tears, idle tears, I know A roported outbreak of cholera at Helmetta, N. J., created much excitement in that vicinity. Investigation showed that the disease was not cholera but a violent dysenterv which is almost as severe and dangerous as cholera. Mr. Walter Willard, a prominent merohant of Jamesburg, two miles from Helmetta, says Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has given great satisfaction in the most severe cases of dysentery. It is certainly one of the best things over made. For sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. lm - Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It i5 guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, 5-- iy MOST SUCCESSFUL EYE, EAR. TjHT the State. And Chronic Disease Specialist In P. h. Carpenter. Masonic Notice. Hiram Lodge, No. 4, A. Y. M., will BR.STOCKDALE. The celebrated Specialist, formerly of New York City, now Consulting Physician of Southern Medical Institute, of Louisville. Ky will be at HOTEL, hmuktort. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass Tears from the de..th of somo divine despair at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:30 p. m. Rise In the heart and gather to tha yes, not wnat they mean, I m ....... tffff m Rev. J. McClusky Blayney. D. D., Dear as rememher'd kisses after death, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit And sweet as those by hopeless f nicy felgn'd deep morning at Jl and at On lips that uro for othem: with as love, Deep as llrt love and wild all regiet; "" 7:30 p. m. O Death in Life, the days t. at are no more." Communion of the Lord's supper In June, 1850, the poet married a will be celebrated at the morning niece of Sir John Franklin, and in service. the same year he succeeded Wordslaureate. TJiis ofjOHitiwruvW Church The usual worth as the poetpoems fice, among other of commemservices by the pastor, Rev. George oration, was the cause of bringing Darsie, at 11 and 7:30. Brithe Morning Biibjeot, "Religion in forth " "Charge of the Light gade In 1850 the "Idylls of the Common Things;" night subjeot, King," regarded by many critics as 'The Doctrine of Balaam." his masterpieco, appeared. "Enoch The Young People's Society of 1834, ''Queen Mary," in Christian Endeavor will hold its Ardon," in 1875, and "Forestors" nnd other weekly prayer meeting in the poems and dramas followed, and Lecture Room at 6:50. though he wrote as late as a few years ago, it may be said that his life work Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoriai closed after writing Harold. He was l:Aii,; First Presbyterian Church In looking on the happy autumn fields, And thinking of the days that are no more. meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Top Drawer. for the purpose of attending the funeSaturday, October 22(1, ral of our deceased brother, Sanford returning every Goin. A full attendance of the mem- has had years of four weeks. InDR STOCK PALE GENERAL. experience the largest hosbers is desired, and visiting brothers pitals In the country. Is of several or Street Fight Editor Roberts and are invited. the best colleges, nnd ins for a numbe: of years uiiiile it 8iicliity or all cbroitlc amt surgical disCounty Judge Bullock, of Lexington, Geo. A. Lewis, Master. eases He treats succeisfully and does not take engaged in a street fight Tuesday Ben T. Farmer, Secretary. the case unless u cure cm be guaranteed. Acuta und Chronic Catarrh. Ringing In Ears. over an article in the Leader reflectDeafness. Disease of the Eye. Ear, Nose. Throat Lungs. Kidney, Urinary und Bladder Troubles, Attention, Sir Knights! ing on the Judge's 'action in the ap Brluht's Disease, Diabetes. Dyspepsia. Constipapointment of ofllcers of election. tion, Hheuiimtlsm and Paralysis Epilepsy Fits Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, Superior Court Judge The Dem- Knights Templar, will meet in called Young orormldd positively cured. men. suffering ,.from .,.... , ocratic Committee in the third Supe- conclave this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Smrnintnrrh.i. tnwmtnnor Knintimi. it Is too. errors or excesses, should call before lute. rior Court district, met in this city for the purpose of attending the fu- too far.We guarantee u cure It case has not gone, neral of our deceased frator, Sanford Monday and by resolution declared, Goin. A full attendance of the Sir that if Hon. J. II. Brent, the prosont Knights is requested. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. Judge of the Superior Court, had no Geo. A. Lewis, Commander. As Syphlllis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc.. other Democrat to oppose him, on or M. i GRAY, Recorder. cured by remedies. Disease of Women, such as Lucorrhea, Painful b.ofore Ootobor 11, he should be the Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. Menstruation, Dlspiueeftitnt of Womb, Bearlnir Down Pali s In Back relieved In short time. nominee of the party. Tue Doctor carries all his portable lustrumenta Act on a new principle regulating and comes prepared to examine To Cleveland. the most obscure the liver, stomach and bowels though medical and surgical cases. He undertakes no the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Incurable disease, but cures hundreds given ur The L. & N. Railroad will sell round Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, to die. Consultation free and conndentlai. trip tickets to Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa- Address 10th to 21st, on the certificate plan, at tion. Splendid for men, women and d one and STQGKDBLE faro. ohildren. Smallest, mildest, surest. , PL W. W. Alexander, 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y Agent. J. W. Gaylo's, Frankfort, Ky. LOUISVILLE, KY. aura-matnever-falling ... . m one-thir- B.H. I., :, 45-l- 3GE27im9n VKAMFORT ROUNDABOUT. Batored at the aa pool-offi- Ingomar Monday Night. The Labadio, Rowell Company will present tho ever popular olassio drama, "Ingomar," at the Opera House, Monday, Oct. 10th. The management assures tho patrons of the house that they will bo more than pleased with tho presentation of this grand production, as both Mr. Labadio and Miss Rowell are finished actors and the entire company has been woll tried by critical audiences in all the first clasB theaters in the eaBt. Detroit Chaff: Mr. Labadio was tho star of the evonine The talented young actor haB a fine conception of the character, ana ins development of tho leading phases were artistic and full of dramatic force. His rich, d clear voice and manly piesonco the audience at once. The oap-ture- Matrimonial. Kelly-Web- b Mcoad-cli- at Fntukf ort, Kentucky mailable matter. Mr. Charles Kelly and Miss Maggie Webb, of Switzor, wore granted a license to marry Monday. Mr. W. T.' Groves and Miss Malvina Outshaw, of Flat Creek, wore united in marby riage Monday at the Court-hous- e County Judge WilliamB. Davis-MilleMr. George Davis and Miss Mary E. Millor, daughter of Mr. Fred Millor, of this city, were married Wednesday, Rev. W. 0. Taylor performing tho ceremony. Haldi Lutkemeieh The marriage of Mr. Emil Haldi to Miss Annie Lutkemoior haB been announced to take placo at tho residence of tho bride's brother, Mr. Wm. 0. Lutkemoior, .next Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 2 o'clock p. m. ll Miss Amelia, daughter of Mr. Joseph McDowell, of Danville, a brother of Col. Nicholas McDowell, State Agricultural Commissioner, was married Wednesday to Hon. John M. Brooks, Mayor of Middlesborough. GltOVES-CUTSIIAr Books-McDowe- U30. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. FRANKFORT, OCT. 8, 1892. A MAHRIAGE LICENSE hVv Served on a Widow and Returned, Attachment Void. Marriage licenses are in the nature of a sheriff's execution, and like them they aro sometimes .returned to the County Clerk, "no property found." It does not often occur, however, that a faithful and efficient man in the business is obliged to return his license for want of something on which to lay his attachment, no more than about four such Buch cases happening in about fifteen hundred successful ones in this county, but ono of these developed Inst week, when a widower of more than sixty years, whoso wife died last spring, brought back to County Clerk Smith a license which had boon granted to him several days before to wed a young and good looking widow of twenty-tw- o years, who had a number of suitors for her hand in the northern part of this county, where the couple The widower handed the reside. license back to the "County Clerk with an expression as solemn as that which an undertaker wears when he is preparing his heaviest insolvent creditor for burial. He then sat down, heaved a sigh and to the group in the office, looking on injsympathy, he said: 'Gentlemen, you can't trust a widder. Why sir, I give her a brand 3iew, store bought, red calliker dress if she would take me instid of them would I come to town, bought the dress and took out the license at the same time, and when Bhe got the calliker, she put me off, as she said, until she could make the dress, and xow you see she won't hev me at all. If the Clerk will jist keep that docky-meand wait till I scour the county, I'll hev another woman's name to be put in it, but it won't bo a widder's." The bereaved groom was informed, however, that the State would not allow the Clerka to make erasures of nam 08 and use old licenses for new brides, and he departed for home a crestfallen but still hopeful man, in the search for a successor to the nt for ism Th CKirratn Cokimhy, 77 pswmyi KXX KSssssa Infants and Children. Caatorla cores Colic, Oonrtrpation, Bour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worm, sires sleep, and promotes dl Wlthootinjurlous medication. ' "CaatorlalaMwell adapted to children that I recommend ltauperior toanypreecripttoa H. A. Ascnxx, M. D., known to me." 1U So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, K. Y. The use of Caatorl' ta so universal and Its merits so well known that it seems work of supererogation to endorse it Few are tho Intelligent families who do not keep Cactona within easy reach." CauLoa Mabtw, D. V., New York City. Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Befonned Church. in seouring Mr. Labadio lor tho lead ing part in his plays. author should congratulate himself " For sore ral years I hare recommended your Castoria. ' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pannn, M. D., M The Wlnthrop," 129th Street and 7th Are., New York City. Mubrat Why Don't You Stop These words are very familiar to our readers, as not a day passes with out the report of the sudden death of some prominent citizen. The explanation iBc 'Heart Disoaees." Therefore beware if you have any of the following symptoms: Short Breath, Pain in Side, Smothering Spells, Swollen Ankles, Asthmatic Breathing, Weak and Hungry Spells, Tenderness in Shoulder or Arm, Fluttering of Heart or Irrogular Pulse. These symptoms mean heart disease. The most reliable remedy is Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, which has saved thousands of lives. Book of testimonials free at J. W. Qayle's who also sells the New Heart Cure. 1 County Court. Strmt, Nkw Tons. Feb. 13-l- r. McOreaky - Newberry Robert ex-Go- v. other fellers, und when she said she The announcement that the candidates for Congress would speak at the Court House on Monday, and the fact of its being County Court day, drew a large crowd to the city on that day. The offerings of stock were about as usual and prices ruled about the same. Election fluid was circuiting freely and some of those who were here wont home feeling as happy as if they had been elected President or Sheriff. Diamond Bontley, auctioneer, reports the following sales: 14 horses from 25 to $100.50; 7 mules from 45 to 95; 6 colts 25 to 35.10; 4 milk cows from 14.10 to 25.25; 4 calves at 13 50 per head; 20 calves at 14 50 per head; 20 yearling steers at 18.10 per head; 6 dry cowsat0.40 per 100. Catarrh Can't be Cured they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you have to take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. It was porscribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly The perfect on the mucous surface. combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials. F. J. OHEENEY & CO., Toledo, O. fiSTSold by druggists, 75 cents. With local applications, aB sprightly widow. a Old Furnaces Uncovered. . ' In excavating for the foundation of the Masonic Temple on Ann street, the workmen uncovered on Monday some old furnaces which were several feet underground. They were under a spot where a large smoke house used to stand and were built by the late Paddy Burns, for many years a prominent merchant in this city, for the purpose of smoking the bacon he cured in the house every winter. The furnaces were very large and we are told by the old citizens that "Old Paddy" used to fill them with hickory cordwood and the "smudge" they made was something fearful. The old smoke house was torn away some forty years ago, and none but our older citizens remember ever having seen it. Burns was an Irishman by birth, but ardently attached to Frankfort and her people, and was up in arms in an instant to resent any slighting remark made about the place. On ono occasion a tramp tailor spoke disparagingly of the town in his presence and old Paddy remarked to him: "Young man, if ye don't like the town ye can lave it." "But I don't intend to leave until I get ready," said the tailor; "I'm not afraid of anyone here." But," said Burns, "there is somebody damnably afraid of you ' "What should they be afraid of me for?" asked the tailor. "The're afraid you'll stale something," said Burns. The store he occupied stood upon the ground where Messrs. Orutcher & Starks' establishment now stands, and it is said of him that when in a good humor his laugh was bo hearty that it could be heard down at the St. Clair street bridge, but in the latter years of his life he lost his voice and talked in a whisper up to his death, which was sudden and unexpected. He waB one of the most popular men who ever livtd in this city, and our old citizens still love to talk of his eccentricities and kindness of heart. Hughes McGrearjr, son of McOreary, and Miss Jessie Newberry, daughter of Gen. Robert O. Newberry, were married at Chicago Wednesday. Robert lived in this city a number of years and has many friends here who congratulate him on his good fortune. Smoot-SmoMr. Ransom Smoot, of Owen county, and Miss Gertie Smoot, ofthis city, were marriedSun-da- y atthe residence of Mr. Henry Vest on the South Side, Rev. W. O. Taylor officiating. The couple went to Boone county to visit relatives and will return to Owen county, their future home. Offut-Well- s The Georgetown Times announces that Miss Margaret Wells, of that city, who has numerous friendB here, will be married Wednesday, Oct 26th, to Mr. Jack Offut, of Louisville, the ceremony to take place at the Christian Church at nine o'clock in the evening. Means-Ring- o Miss Ruby Ringo, daughter of Hon. WilliB L. Ringo, Secretary of State under Gov. Buck-ne- r, was married Wednesday in that city to Mr. S. O. Means, a son of Mr. John Means, one of the wealthiest men in that part of the State. Mr. Mean's father is in ill health and his extensive railroad, iron and other business interests are conducted by the son, who, though quite a young man, has shown great capacity in such large undertakings. The bride's personal charms and splendid character won her a large circle of admiring friends during ot Capital City Business ESTiLEIjISHEiD 1B91. College. M? Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, , , :K::E3:2sri!-cra:Esi:zZF'iKnsriKZiE-'oiKTThos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. Business writing, Book-keepin- g, Shorthand, Typewriting, Grammar, Arithmetic, Business Correspondence, Commercial Law, Spelling, etc. ' J! Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced student finished. Dlploinnsuwarded. Cut ilogue In press. Application made for Incorporation. We huve the beit home school of business in the State of Kentucky. " WELL BRED, SOON W ED." GIRLS WHO USE SAPOLIO Are Quickly Married, Hext Juiy2-ly- Try It In "Your FOR SALE. House-Cleaning- 1 . her father's residence here and the intelligence of her happy marriage has evoked the benediction of their warmest praises and congratulations. A Strong Endorsement. The daily press of New York is not given to gush over things theatrical, and it is a strange thing to see an endorsement of either an actor or a play without some qualifying and killing cbnjunctive sentence; therefore the following account of the production at tho Union Square Theatre of "A Kentucky Colonel" by those sterling actors McKee Rankin and Frederic Bryton, which is taken from the NewlYork "Recorder," is about the strongest metropolitan endorsement we have seen in late years. The Recorder says: "A Kentucky Colonel" now running at tho Union Square Theatre is as great a financial as it is an artistic success. There is more fine act ing to the square minute jn the play than can bo seen in any other production now on the boards. McKee Rankin's portrayal of the "Colonel" is an etching. Frederic Bryton's 'Boyd" is an inspiration. It electrified the house. The audience rose at him as it did once at Edmund to-nig- Utilizing the Clay. Since the soil was removed from the lot upon which the Masonic Temple will be built, on Ann street, the underlying clay, which is of excellent quality, is being removed to the brick yard of Messrs. Gault & Co., at the foot of Main street, South Side, where it is being made into brick which, when burned, will be laid in the walla of tho budding. As the amount of earth to be removed from the excavation "for the basement of the building is considerable, it is thought there will be enough clay taken out to manufacture nearly all the brick to be used in tho immense below Frankfort. This property has a good dwelling of se.en rooms; nil kinds of outbuildings; I tenement houses tob icco bar s; is well, watered and has on of t te bitt landings on the river. A liir.e portion of fie land has been In Dr. E. C. Wkst's Nkuvk and IHiain Trkat-meo- t, grass for many yearj, a couslde able pa t of It n guaranteed specific for Hjsterlti, Dizzi- being . and In Una condition for tobacco. It ness, Convulsion, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. wl be sold as a who r divided Into two tracts. Nervous Prosttutlon c.iusedby the use Possession given on, the 1st of next March. Headache. For of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental De- terms apply to L.B. MARSHALL. pression, Softening of the Brain resulting In InSept. Frankfort. Kr. sanity nnd leading to misery, dec .y and death, Premature Old Age. Barreness, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary Losce nnd Spermaof fio brain, torrhoea caused by I uch box contains or EY-AT-- L $1.00 u box, or six boxes one month's treatment. for $5 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. VU GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. J3AJ BSTA.TB To cure an caso. With each orderrecelved by us for hlx boxes, accompanied with S5.IX), we will rirlLL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Of send the purchaser our written guarantee to reVr Franklin nnd the adjoining counties, and fund the money If the treatment does not effect will alio rive purchase to a cuiv. 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CO., BT.L0CI8, A SURE Scientific American Afjenoy for ' iyTnj CAVEAT8, lYIMrf KDa DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. For information and f roo Handbook wrlto to MUNN & CO.. 3CI Broadway, New Yonir. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Kvory patent taken out by us Is brought before tho publlo by a notlco given f rco of charge in tho I I known for KAUU structure. A Horrible Railroad Accident. fC5sSP$2 Is daily chronic in our papers; also the death of Home dear friend, who Keene." has died with Consumption, whereas, At the Opera House if he or she had taken Otto's Cure for Thioat and Lung disease in time, Mr. Wright's Story. life would have been rendered happier and perhapB saved. Heed the Potter's Southern Magazine for warningl If you have a cough or any affection of the Throat or Lungs September contains a very readable call at Chapman & Williams' and get little story, entitled "The Villa a trial bottle free. Large size 50c. from tho pen of Rev. O. Q. 45 $titnti&it JMumau Largest circulation of any sclentlflo paper in tho world. Splendidly illustrated. No intelligent man should be without It. Weekly. S3. 00 a year; L50 six months. Address MUNlTa CO., VasLUUXUS.841iSroadwar.New Verio MANHOOD RESTORED. 1 Oap-polla- ," Wright, very prettily illustrated. The Tho Pall Meeting. Sore throat and bronchial affections aro speedily relieved and effectually curea by the use of that safe and reliblo remedy, Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. It has stood the test of half a Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. a century. 'i.. iti tsmu-v---i- Memory, Ioas of Drain scene of the romance is in far away l'owor, llondnche, Wakofulnc,Lot ManItaly, adjacent to the locality where hood, Nervousness, tho Kentucky Mr. Wright and family are sojourning Tho fall meeting of oil drains and loii of power of Association begins in Lexington on at present. It reads very much like Before & After Use. Generative Organs tin in lire, Photographed from eitlier OCX. C3U3CU u Saturday next, October 15th, and will a chapter from real life and wo should Indiscretions, or the excsslre youthful continue until Thursday, the 27th. not be surprised if tho incident re lead ts Infirmity, Consumption and Iiiwiilty. rut up the vest pocket. I'rlco A number of fine raceB have been lated in a most pleasing strain was in In convenient form to carry In every order we give a V a package, or 6 for S. Willi to euro or Circular frea arranged for, among tho entries reality a sketch of personages whom money, guarantee to any addresr. rotund tho written wnt by mall are a number of fine youngsters, and ho has met, and of places he has vis- in plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Uranch Ofrtce for U. S. A. good sport is promised during tho ited. US Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. meeting. Tho L. & N. Railroad wil FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KY BY sell reduced rate tickets to Lexingyou weak V H. CARPENTER, DrUflQiSt. ton and return during the meeting. worn it liw nJW woncienuiBoldopamwia rltb Jtrniedy, is Wrltton Quornntoe Disto euro all Nezvous eases, eucli as Weak "OANATIVO," tue m$J&L 1 e, MertrRivt; 5HffaB f?ff7WBHHfi?ZfS3 and all BROWN'S If feel IRON BITTERS out take August 13-l- f. South Side, '. A. kfj.i,l!i,j .'.?. iv "L K,Aik.l:. Ml-- -- KwsLmHH f X ?! si V HEADQUARTEES FOR EVERY THINGDEALERS 3T7-E32"- . 35ca,stin :BiotHeis. J o:Kx:rPT,io:LT - OUST WHEELS I3ST- - " OF Rft EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. r-- . WE GUARANTEE Good work at moderate prices Trrl-Tlnnrl "" v c uuvl tlicif mromr y oniric; Trn r xsa T i Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Sur-rie- s and Light Carriages. The H.H.Babcock Co., Broom St., N. Y., Cabriolets, Victorias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. TIME TABLE. Tho following time table is now in effect npon the L. & N. rond: K'-- shall be the 'j ll otii .will BEST VALUE for the money to ,be found any where. Well Enough to go to Church. 'S W A' :v THE CIRCUS COMING. ; n T rv S3S VX I w; &U. WT-- ' r- -7 ft Special Excursion and Low Bates Versailles, Ky.. Aug. 12. 1892. to the Great Adam Forepaugh Messrs. DuBois & Webb: TBAINB WJC8T. Shows and the Fall, of Gentlemen In January I rented an Nineveh. Electropoise from you. I had never No,281enveeFrankfort 5:50 a. m seen it used but was grasping at any9:40 a. m No. 17 leaves Frankfort 3:00 p. m The country is profusely billed for thing for relief, and thank God the No. 21 leaves Frankfort 7:88 p.m. the appearance of the great Adam Electropoise has done it. Four years No 19 leaves Frankfort Forepaugh Shows, which will exhibit ago I had a stroke of paralysis on enTBAINBJCABT. at Lexington, October 12, and which tire right side, and had tried everyNo. 18 leaves Frankfort.... 10:10 a. m. will be the only big show to exhibit thing without relief. I could not 4:35 p.m. in this vicinity this season. No. 20 leaves Frankfort The wait on myself; had to be fed. I was No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... 7.48 p. m. Adam Forepaugh Show needs no very nervous, so much so I could not 9:15 p. m. recommendation to our people. For sleep more than two hours during the No. 22 leaves Frankfort Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lngrnage years it has been the largest and best night, and suffered terribly with in-- ' for Cincinnati. Nos. 28 and 21 connect conducted of all tented amusements. digestion and constipation, and was at Anohorago for Bloomfleld Branch. Its advent is always looked forward always taking medicine. After using W. W. Alexander to as an event of prominence, and Is the Electropoise, without medicine Agent. the occasion of general holiday in all of any kind, can now dress myself lines of trade and profession. While and take a bath without assistance. the Forepaugh exhibitions have al- I am so thaakful that now I can do ways been notedvfor their Immensity something for myselfas well as others FflANKFOflT ROUNDABOUT and notable character of its manv ior I can now assist my sister in her attractions in the past, the press of work, and sleep as quietly, sweet and the country is unanimous in pro-- ' refreshing as 1 ever did. My indigesnouncing it this year aB the best and tion and constipation being entirley FRANKFORT, OCT. 8, 1892. largest circus that ever toured Amer- relieved I can now eat anything without having any drug bills to pay. ica. In addition to the usual circus hip- My sister has been cured of a cough Paralysis. Stricken With podrome, and largest menagerie in that has been troubling her for years. the world, the management, at an ex- Also of constipation, for which she Mr. Frank Trumbo, a prominent pense of 250,000, have added an was obliged to take medicine daily. for farmer of this county, attended a original Bible spectacle, 'The Fall of I am going to church Nineveh," which will be presented in the first time since I have been sick. political meeting in the school-hous- e ElectroWish atJetts Station, on Friday night of addition to tho regular performance poise, you success with your relieved and thanking Qod it without any extra charge. In this last week, at which Hon. W. W. sublime historical Bible spectacle over me. Very respectfully, Mrs. F. E. L. Stewart. Stephenson and V. T. B. South, Esq. one thousand people are required for Fifty page book, giving full particuand during the speaking Mr its production. Nothing approaching flooke. it in the Trumb'o was stricken with paralysis scenery, ingraudness or beauty of its lars of the Electropoise, sent free. the exquisite coloring of nearly his whole person being its costumes, or in its interesting sub- Advertised Letters atFrankfort,Ky. affected and fell from his seat to ject, has ever been produced in this country, and when it is taken into Below will be found a list of advertised ihe floor. He was taken up and is all to the home of his son, Mr. L. A. consideration that it regularpresented letters for the week ending October performin addition to the Trumbo. near by, where he lingered ance it is no wonder that the Fore- 8th, 1892 : Lamson, Wm. between life and Heath until Monday paugh Show has earned tho title of Arnold, Miss Emma McDonald, Aus. night, when he rallied a little and re- the "Oldest, Largest and Richest ExAlbough, N. H. Worfleld, G. W. una-- , hibition in the World." gained consciousness, though is Arrangements have been made Burnet, Miss Moore, Mr. ble to speak, but is still in a critical with all linos of travel for a special Emlins Harriet low excursion rate; therefore this big Briggs, George A. McDonald, Miss condition. exnibitlon can be visited with com- Baker, Miss Lolie Lizzie Mr. Trumbo is a jolly, whole-soule- d parparatively small expense. K. is universally ticulars can be obtained as All rates Boussourn, Miss Mitchell, J.H. D. old gentleman, who to Mason, N. Minnie popular with his neighbors, and hiB and time of trains by applying to the Bahanna, Miss Malcum, Miss Virgie Sallie great misfortune has brought forth local ticket agent. m Owens, George Baines, W. B. expressions of regret and numerous Shortsightedness. Perkins, Henry Downey, Lulie sympathy and his beside is constantEllis, Mrs. R. Guincv, Mrs. ly attended by those to whom he has To waste your money on vile, dirty, EIIHb, J. P. Malory Russell, Mrs. L. L. become endeared by his many excel- watery mixtures compounded by in- Finel, Ammis experienced persons, when you have Forbes, Lee Rodgers, Miss lent qualities of head and heart. the opportunity of testing Otto's Flynn, Robert m Mary Cure free of charge. Why will you Golns, Mrs. Alice Rucker, Willard Fail to do Their Duty. continue to irritate your throat and Gray, Charles Salyers, Miss hacking Grows, Francis Everybody hue at times failed to lungs with that terrible Williams Hatch, John cough when Chapman & Elmo Smith, Lard do their duty towards themselves. will furnish you a free sample bottle Hundreds of lady readers suffer from- oi tins great guaranteed remedy? Hulett, Mrs. Lily Shackelford, R. L. M. Tobin, Goo. siok headache, nervousness, sleep-- Hold a bottle of Otto's Cure to the lessness and female troubles. Let light and observe itsbeautiful golden Henderson, Miss Wilson, Miss Anna Susie them follow the example of Mrs. H. color and thick heavy syrup. Lar- Harppins. Willie Woodson, Geo. Horbechter, Stevens Point, Wis., gest packages and purest goods. Ireland, J T. Wilson, Miss who for five years suffered greatly Large bottle 50c. 45 Mary F. Johnson, Miss sleepfrom nervous prostration and i Willson, Samuel Lewlzy lessness, tried physicians and differAppointed Lay Reader. Frankfort Paper Luckett, Miss ent medicines without success. But Co. Ann Miles' Nervine one bottle of Dr. Prof. E B. Guion, of the Capital Linton, George caused sound sleep every night and When calling for these lotters say she is feeling like a new person. Mrs. City Business College, has been apElizabeth Wheeler, Laramie City, pointed lay reader by Bishop T. U. Wyoming, who tried all other reme- Dudley for Ascension Church in this J. M. Saffell, dies, declares that after three week's city and hnB Postmaster. entered upon his duties use of the Nervine for Headache, Nervous Prostration, etc., she was as assistant to Rev. E. A. Ponick, Ho was Hero. entirely relieved. vSold by J. W. tho roctor. The commission came as 1 Gaylo. Trial bottle free. an unsought compliment to Prof. The "only" Diamond Bentley was Quion, of which he is very proud. Horso Salo. here on Monday and waa making How to Curo a Cold. things lively wherever a bunch of Messrs. McFerran & Wyman sold a stock was for sale on the street. He lot of Wyoming horses at public salo, Simply take Otto's Cure. We know is a hustler and generally manages at tho stable of Messrs. Salyers & Mc- of its astonishing cures and that it to do considerable business, no matwill stop a cough quloker than any Donald, on Holmes street, Tuesday. known remedy. ter how dull the Court Day is. Thirty-fiv- e marcs wore disposed of at If you have Asthma, Bronchitis, an average of 40.81 pjsr head, and Consumption or any disease of tho Worth Knowing. seven colts brought an average of 20 throat and lungs, a low doses of this Many thousand people have found great guaranteed remedy will surper head. a friend in Aunt Fanny's Health Reprise you. If you wish to tryItoallat our store, storer. Don't! If a dealer offers you a great If you have never used bottle, of Salvation Oil without wrap- on Main street, and we will be pleased specific for the prevailing this malady of condi- to furniBh you a bottle free of cost, per or labels, or in a mutilated the age, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, prove our that tion, don't touoh it don't buy it at and 45 willCuapman &assertion. Rhenmatism, Oostivoness, Nervous, Williams. any price, there is something wrong m Exhaustion, NorvouB Prostration, "'' it may be a dangerous or worthless For Salo at a Bargain. Sleeplessness and all diseases arising counterfeit. Insist upon getting a from derangement of the stomaoh, perfect, unbroken, genuine package. Ono Deering binder, nearly now. liver and kidneys, wo would be Bo on your guardl One Ball tobacco sorow, as good as pleased to give you a package of this great nerve tonfo free of charge. now. inquire ot Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. 45 OnAPMAN & Williams. O. It. Orutoher & Co. i car-Tie- d i , . " m JACOB SWIGERT&CO. Have Removed From the Batzeil Building COST MA.TKT fctajJaUJiU.' TO 'u. H101 short time. fflD 102 ANN STREEiy am . They will fill this space with entircracw ?. n &S DWARD CLAASSEN, CK--OTIO-A- JIl Plumber, GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, PIPE AND SITTINGS, BTO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Opposite State House, GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. 3 fifa?" Catalogue free. Write to STRATTON 1BRYANT & BUSINESS UOLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY. OUItEB ALL H. a MATTERS, -- TESCE- DISLASES Consumption PI sost is ccuTrrr. wiltr, KY. BKSTISqtUUTY. Cured. 334 MAIN STREET, "I believe It to be one ot tho best medicines sold. The physicians, two years ago. wild my wife had consumption, both lungs affected. I have had to send her outh for several springs to keep her alive, butslnceshe has been taking R'idam's Microbe Killer she has been right at home attending to her business, and Is In better health than she has been In 20 years. "It. T. POOLE. Cedartown. Ga." Several Diseases Cured. FRANKFORT, "f cheerfully testify to the curative powers of your medicine. Having been a sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial affection and Indigestion, after taking Microbe Killer all of the above symtoms have entirely disappeared. "Vours.etc, THOS. L. DAVIS, "Jaultor Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, La," GRMS! wHUE'S GREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Asthma and Catarrh Cured. "I havo been a sufferer from nsthnni and catarrh, for more than two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting up In bed orrecllt Ing la a chulr. I lime used one Jug of Ridam's Microbe Killer, and for the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a I attribute my relief to the remedy, and child. heartily recommend It to any one suffering from asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. "Respectfully. "EDWIN R. MOORE, "Cashier In Bunk of Adulrvlllp. Ga." FOR 20 YEARS rrtpir4tr mCIUEDSOX.TATLOBHKD. CO,, BT.tOClS. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Killer for lllteeu days I am entirely cured, after being sick two years with malarial fjver, and during which time I contracted other diseases, Mux. etc I was ntended during this time by three of the best doctors of tho city without being "WM. DOHERTY, "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." bene-fitte- Fevor and Flux Cured. cheerfully testify that after tiklng "I Nurseries ! FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL d, BLUEGRASS Microbe Mr. ltndam's Microbo Killer Cures all Diseases by Ilemoving the Cause. circular and the Send 2 cents stamp for Microbo War. shows what disease Is aud.whutthe remedy must be, and do, to cure It. Read It, circulate It und you will the discoverer for saving your life. Address RADAM'S MICIIOBE KILLER, Nashville. Term. J. W. GAYLE or LKCOMPTE & GAYLE CO. sole agents for Franklin coutty. o OF ALL KINDS. Smalt. Kihtits. AsuAiunna nmnv Vines, and overythlug usuully found in such un establishment. A full stock. Prices Low. M.wn)mve cmuiogiu's on application. UfcXmUTUIN, KY. We pay no agent. H. F. HILLENSV1EYER, Oct. . jan, ib-i- FRUIT CANS, FRUIT JARS, Ten quart bucket One quart coffee-po- t Two quart coffee-poB; JELLY GLASSES, Procelian Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers At reduced prices, One quart bucket Two quart bucket , S Examine prices on Tinware. i V! " "M cents. 5 w. Three quart bucket .Four quart DUCKec Six quart bucket Eight quart bucket 10 " " : t t ' 25 S. 'W . iu 15 '. Three quart Four quart 10 , coffee-pocoffee-po- . f 10 15 v-- t 20 . fc Four qt., 30c; 6 qt., ioioesxjuQlihnt iii.aBSESi.'vinNrcsr c; 46c; 8 qt., 50 c; io qt., 55 12 qt.; 6bc; qt., 75c; 18 qt., 85c; 20 qt., $1.00; 24 qt., $1.25. Work solicited and .satisfaction guaranteed. 14 qti, 65c; 16 kettles. 1- m ' ' Roofing, Guttering and Job "Tim JOHEIST THE KENTUCKY RIVER. A Trip on the Steamer Falls City. The people of this city who want to vary the incident of railroad travel and can spare twenty hours to make a trip to Louisville, which by rail can be arrived at in three hours, ought to make the trip on the steamer Falls m City this month to appreciate the rloHrrVifB nf the water route at this fy "Xarticular season of the year, when viey.eatner is in its most peneci im invigorating state and the foliage on the hills tliivt line the banks of the river are begming to turn and change in colors from the deepest green to all shades of richest browns and crimsons imaginable. The little boat is not as large as an Ohio or Mississippi river steamer, but she is nevertheless large enough to give ample accommodations to the traveling public and Is kept in as neat and clean condition as daily mopping, sweeping, scrubbing, scouring and the most watchful care can keep any public house or convey- Bk i ance. As for the officers, Capfc. Newt. Abraham, who formerly lived here, and Mr. Thomas Macklin, the clerk, who is still a citizen of Frankfort, there are no more genial and accom-datin- g men in the State to look after and provide every comfort and pleasure at their command for their passengers. The staterooms and bedding are clean as a new pin, the fare at the table well cooked and wholesome food with deserts, varied in the kinds of meats and breads and preparation of vegetables in the markets, such as one will And at any average hotel in Louisville. In all, when it is known that the rate to Louisville is only two dollars, the same as that charged by the railroad, there is nothing more to be asked for but time to make the trip and much wondered at in the amount of pleasure derived for the small sum given in times, if you chance to be at a landing as I was, to hear the singing in a church or home gathering- away oft' somewhere in the village. The arrival of the boat, at the towns along the river is as much an attraction to the inhabitants as the arrival of the trains at the depot in Frankfort, and it is not an uninteresting feature of the trip to watch the idle at the landing looking on dreamily at the deckhands taking in or taking out the freight, or maybe whittling or whistling while thus engaged, and yet at the saie time to know that among the group there are probably one half of them the owners of good farms or stores out of which they earn a fair livelihood, and are about as well informed on the state of markets and on general topics of the day as you are likely to find the average business man in the city. The chances are the business man in the city, who is on a dead rush and does not take time to keep up with the occurrences of the day or week, hoping that he will absorb his information somehow or other in the moments of conversation he may catch, will find himself comparativewith ly ignorant in comparison removed supposed far these and inaccessible inhabitants along the river side. It is probable from what I could learn that there has been very little change in the appearance and growth of the towns on the river lor the past half a century or more when the Kentucky river steamboat trade jvas in its prime and corn, mules, cattle and all kinds of heavy freights kept - T .. ":1 ' m m m . I ever brought to Frankfort. Olives, Olive Q!fW KI'flPQI'IQ Oil, French Peas, Mushrooms, Asparagus, 7 CIS i If W 13 1 UuGR 11 s .irumes, 06U., 111 Kia-s- aim mn; inpw Jhu.it w, Pineapple and Cream Cheese, California Evaporated Fruits, New Oat. Meal, x earl Barley, &c. s ww lira Jf B wbsm i w of the choicest and most complete g? lines of - ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, one ':m ii i 's Lk CALL .AN JSEE OUR GOODS WHETHER YOU PURCHASE OR NOT J. HEENEY. and said it reminded them of a - The South Side Grocer. Fill h m rt , A exchange. I made the trip this week to Louisville and I am free to say it has been a long time since I enjoyed so much novelty of motion as well as the beautiful in nature as I did in the occasion. The narrow river, with its many abrupt turns and loftily precipitous hills, shutting in the swiftly gliding boat sometimes as between two high walls that leave nothing but a strip of blue overhead, must be seen to be enjoyed. At night the moon rose and threw a silvery light over the whole scene, reflecting a million tiny stars on the rippling surface of the waters, and lending a weird, enchanting spell to the figures and form that fancy conjured out of the hills, rocks and trees along the banks. The boat would touch at a point on the river, where there was not a sign of a habitation and the plank would be run up into the bushes, the head light turned towards a heavy forest growth, the rays of which would light up the forest and make all kinds of fantastic shadows, and out of the darkness, looming up like giant forms, would suddenly appear a couple of men holding a pig or calf or perhaps a number of cows by ropes. It is a soothing pleasure at night while lying in the, berth awaiting. Tired natures' sweet restorer" to come to you, to feel the gentle shaking motion of the boat or at many boats constantly plying between Shaker Ferry and Louisville. Gratz, in Owen county, appeared to be the most thriving, though it is said that about equal shipments are made from Monterey. An exciting incident of the trip was the racing for twenty miles or more between the Falls City and S. R. "Vanmetre. Both boats were at Monterey, but the Falls City left a little earlier than the Vanmetre, and while the Falls City was taking in .some tobacco some miles below Monterey, the Vanmetre came steaming up behind us. The Falls City, however, got under way just about the time the Vanmetre, came up, and then it was a nip and tuck race for the next landing. The boats seemed to have about equal speed and finally they drifted together and ran for five or six miles with locked guards. At last a man in the woods appeared in sight, and as it is the custom sometimes for the patrons of the boats to send a letter by the boat to Louisville for a fall supply of goods, which the boat will bring back with her on the return trip, it is easily understood why a single man might prove a fortunate catch for either boat. The Falls City then had the inside track and made Abraham. the landing before the Vanmetre, but Tourist. in righting up again she fell behind On the Way to Paradiso. e and didn't catch up with the Let us hope that the people wlio habitually disuntil the latter had made regard their health will reach that desirablo pluce, another landing. Again the speed of and avoid tlio locality which Is less desirable as an both boats was put to its test and eternal residences on account of the heat and generally, nut while we tarry In the Falls City won by a half length surroundingstears, why should we voluntarily enthis vale of after a locked run of three or four dure the tortures of dyspepsia when a Systematic miles. In this way the boats see- use of Hostetter's Stomach Hitters will rid us ot physlcluns sawed from landing to landing until the atrocious malady much nt fault tends to at whioh the are veryour existence. Heartburn, shorten the a point waB reached Biliousness, term of comFalls City had to stop and take on a constipation utmost always accompany thisare all plaint and are symptomatic of It. These "large number of bales of straw and extinguished by the Bitters, which also conquers hay, which gave the opportunity to completely malaria, rheumatism, nervousness Since the appearance of "la and debility. the Vanmetre to slip out of eight. grippe" It bus shown a singular mastery over this formidable complaint that has carried off so The passengers enjoyed the sport many of our brightest and best. Van-metrwulch-unless miniature edition of the great races on the Mississippi river between the Robt. E. Lee and old Natchez and other famous steamers. To leave the Kentucky and sweep out into the broad Ohio at Carrollton is like emerging from a narrow walkway into a great highway and what you lose in the bold picturesqueness of the Kentucky is made up in the wide majestic sweep of the waters of the Ohio, not wanting at times along the banks much of the same character of scenery that is There found along the Kentucky. were a number of ladies on board the boat, among whom were the girl preacher of fifteen years, Miss Fanny Edwards, of Louisville, and her mother and sister. They had been to GeBtville where it was said Miss Edwards had held a successful meeting and excited the wonder of the congregations over her power and eloquence in her sermons and exhortations. On the boat Miss Edwards appeared an unsophisticated child, skipping blithely about, singing snatches of songs and chatting gaily with any one who addressed her. The Louisville papers have paid her a high tribute of praise but I was not fortunate enough to either talk to her or hear her preach. In conclusion, merchants and citizens of Frankfort, if you have time to take a little recreation, and it is frequently worth many doctor's bills to do it, don't use the steamboat line altogether as a means of compelling the railroads to reduced freights to this city without giving the boats any encouragement whatever, but make the trip yourselves with your families, and also divide as much of your freight patronage as you can, and my word for it you'll not regret the trip or the fact that you contributed to the success of a river outlet from this city, especially to the success of the Falls City owned by such a courteous and careful officer and gentleman as Gapt. Newt. Hit GULL put utanuraoturiDa Co. w Have opened Sale Ropms 011 Ann Street, near Christian Church. v L- :v. ts l: i id BID SEE IU GET PIES Frankfort Sanitary Institute ' Is now in successful operation for the treatment of the fi Liquor, Morphine and Tobacco Habits OFFICE LOCATED AT exy 105 and 106 Ann Street, CAPITAL HOTEL BLD'G, in charge, and conWith 3Dr- - C3-- - 2F1.. sulting physicians, Drs. K. E. HUME and G. W. CHINN. This is an opportunity of being permanently relieved of the terrible Our remedy is a diseases, Alcoholism and Morphine. Tlxoanmpson Complete, Absolute and Permanent Cure! Which is Guaranteed. V. L, CLARK, . aug.20-.3m .r. 'A3 Secretary. J. W. GAYLE, President. . m Tfi Rob't. B. Franklin THE 1 Frankfort, Ky. Have you written me yet? If. you wladom haven't, 'ambition eurgcit Willi I promlie you pcclel. Dereonal attention. I un Jerteke la briefly teach any felrlr W. Ilurdln, situated at the south end ot Shelby street, South Krunkfo't. There nro 25 acres In the pluce, all In cms except the garden. Splendid locution (or u dairy. FitANKroKT. LARGE RESIDENCE PROPERTY OF P. B. Hunt, lately occupied by Gen. P. giiitj Jptt Sept. 21, KRANK 0H1NN. 1892.-t- f. and Intelligent Estray Notice. fort, one blnck sow, with crop off ol left eur, which has been valued by the undersigned at eight dollars. J v . BOHANNAN, 0. Oct. 7, 1892-lJ, P. F. AS STRAY BY f. U. JULIAN, TAKEN' UPlivingA about eight miles from Frank-X nr intelligent iitrton of either write, and who, after Imtructlun, will work Indui- uilr. now to earn Thru Thu- & ind Oolln year In thill own localities, wbrro. oar iney nvo. r will alto fural Ih eltuetlon employment, -- can rtd who ie, and 'J I'M A WOODFORD FARM FOR SALE. TO SELL A VALUABLE ucre farm 4n Woodford county, Ky. It l the old Bob Ciutcner place, adjoining the turnv of Tom Freeman, near Spring Station. I will sell on very reasonable terms. Possession given the first day ot next March. Persoim wishing to purchase will please examine the farm and then communlcute with or call uud M'e me for terms at Frankfort, Ky. JJltN L. SCOTT, Attorney for Mrs. Mary I. Johnson. FlUNKFOirr, KY., fcept. 24, lK)2.-2- whleb jtm can earn that amount. I chart nolhlnf and receive noth- ar 1 T AM AUTHORIZEn CO M ing above. Kotuine; mmcuu to liarn, or thai union tima. 1 aeeire uui ona pereon from laoh dletriet or coimtjr, I hart already taufht and provided with employment a laiga number who ara maklnr over three Thou Band Dollara a Year. each. All le new. After you know all, If you rolld.eura. Full particulate no nana le none, ciaao 10 ro no runner, rtqulrat much UNIVERSITY of VIRGINIA CIIARL0TTSV1LLE, VA. C. free. ni, ALLEN, llox 10, AuxuatH, Alulae. . Dec.G-lr- Next session beglnn loth Sept. Courses In Art; Engineering, Law, Medicines. For announcement apply to WM. M. THORNTON, LL D Chairman. x ft! f (Cat Showing framo too Largo.) I Practical Optician, E. O. ZEHAGEN, "5Tor!ls. o Te-v- y A new display of Elegant Silverware for nk. ?. $s all errors of refraction? scientifically and examines the eyes with the Oculist Test .Case, Opthalmascope, Retinoscope, "etc., .free of charge. Lenses ground to order and frames made to suit the face, at . SELQERT'S, Monday, ' Tuesday, Wednesday, November 7th, 8th, 9th, CORRECTS Handsome Wedding and Birthday Presents OUR NEW GOODS ARE AR IVING DAILY. 'h J .j & w if And two days each month thereafter. Glasses as low as ;o cents. The Mest assortment of Gold Eye Glasses and Spectacles to select from. And we are showing the latest and 'best articles only. Purchasers can rest assured that our prices are beyond a doubt the lowest and our quality the best. If your head aches, eyes burn or water, sight blurs, and your , 'glasses don't suit, come and consult me. ftr 4t3- -' .ye :- IE. ?v O- - ZZEEHLA-Q-EaT- . M. A. SELBEBT, The Jeweler, FRANKFORT. .NOT AN" i ?.' T" . T CAPT. SANFORD GOIN & u. tit , fcut Down by Death's Beapor at a Kipo oia Age. V ' f ' W i it!,-.- '4 ? y Capt. Sanford Goins, a fand prominent figure in this city, Relied Thursday night at his home on Jnbhe corner of Lewis and Olinton He was born Feb. 15, 1814, dn Woodford county on a farm now owned by his son, Sanford, jr., and .came with his father to Frankfort jwhen he was ten years of ago. As a boy he assisted in laying the well-know- n -- i m h '!' it M to' bv-- ;j rfi. - , 1 foundation of the present State and afterwards served his ;time in the trade of a stone mason, h.;which occupation, together with that "of a contractor and dealer in ice, d Xbecame the chief source of his life. Far back in the during arly days of this city he was the watchman when it was the cus-ioto cry out the hours of the night and proclaim to the inhabitants that, "All is well." As a watchman, fireman in .the volunteer .service or captain of a battery which he organized many years before the war, he had the true instincts of a .soldier in the face of the enemy and never seemed to i onlize what it was to experience a sense of fear. Wriat he conceived to be his dty, either to the city of Frankfort, which he loved And served with a child's fidelity to its parent, or, to his principles in politics, Business or other issues of ' the day which forced him to decisive action, he never wavered a moment in the choice and execution of his purpose, Jpt the pains and penalties be what flHouse livo-lihoom equal division of all his property among his first wife's ohildren and their descendants, who compose a numerous progeny of grand children and great grand children, reserving for himself nothing but the house in which he passed his declining days. ' By his last wife, who is a hopeless invalid, he leaves two young children, Walter and Nannie. Whatever might be said of the faults of Capt. Goins and none can say they are without blemish he had the qualities which, if early advantages had not been denied to him, would have made him a forceable and conspicuous character in the State's history. As it is, he will be rememloyal bered as a true, friend, a kind, .indulgent and impartial father, and a citizen whose good deeds in this life ought to outweigh the evil for which he long since atoned ia and suffering. The funeral will take place at the Methodist Church, of which the deceased was a member, afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, and the Odd Fellows and Masonio order will attend the remains to their last place of rest in the cemetery. warm-hearted, UNCOMMON EXPE- -' EIENCE. The Young, the Aged, the Merchant, Clerk and Judge, all Have It. R ROGERS I Neuk BISSELL I BOOKLET I & SON, .1 It has been said that love is an in- self-deni- al The family physician. Mrs. Helen It. Shalters, 429 Walnut St., Reading Pa., states: "We always use Salvation Oil for what it is recommened in place of physician! It never fails." Game Law Still In Force. fe& -, k.j ?i W w 'J M 1& The restriction of the game law in regard to killing partridges and other birds does not expire until the 20th inst., and the Fish and Game Club propose to prosecute all those who ihey may. In the Scott and Pierce campaign violate the law by hunting birds bein 1852, Capt. Coin's enthusiasm in- fore that time. The parties interested duced him to take his battery to should take notice and govern themIiundy's Lane to join the great politi selves accordingly. , cal demonstration there in honor of Darby's Prophylactic. Qen. Scott. During,tho war, when a f detachment of 'Gen. John" Morgan's Useitincverysick-rooni- . Will command attacked this city, Oapt. keep the atmosphere, pure and 3oin, who was a captain in the artillery service of the State, was ono wholesomejremoving all bad odors of the squad who had charge of a from any source. twenty pound parrott gun on Fort Will destroy all Disease Germs, Hill. Observing a six pound gun stand- infection from all Fevers and all ing idle, he seized upon it and in the contagious diseases. The eminent physician, J. Mariexcitement of the firing, from spigie caute or other, it was prematurely on Sims, of New York, says: "I discharged and the recoil knooked am convinced that Prof. Darby's him down. The gun ran over him ProphylacticFluid is a most valu and produced injuries do his intes- able disinfectant,' ' 21 tines from whioh ho never afterwards completely recovered. Before and Who Ever since the war, until within a few years past, Oapt. Goin fired all the Saw a larger or more beautiful line State and National salutes from the of dress goods, cloaks, &c, than that us hills around the city and never displayed by of allthis season? Our the very newest stock consists seemed happier than when in the styles in wool and silk effects. Our discharge of a soldier's duty or the Hue of dress trimmings can not be observance of the rites of Odd excelled by any house In the city. We Fellowship or Free Masonry, to both able have all the now styles in changesilks and velvets, Persian bands of whioh orders he was a devoted and fbatherean braids. Our cloaks member, having joined the Odd have never been equalled in styles Fellows forty-fiv- e years ago and the and prices. We have them in all trimmings and also qualitios,with Masonic ordor about in 1804. In the plain. Prlcos fur lowest. The reputho latter order ho had taken all the de- tation we have for selling cheap hosiery and underwear can not be disputgrees of York Rite Masonry. black hosiery are the Oapt. Goin's first wife was a half ed. Our fast agents for Foster's celbest. Wo are sister of Mr. Henry Williams, on the ebrated kid gloves every pair warSouth Side, and by her he loaves ranted and fit to tho hand. Please a son, Sanford, Goin, jr., of Wood- oall andin inspect our complete line of every department, before goods, ford county, and Mrs. Emma Triplett, making your purohasos. Wjfeof John Triplett, of this oity. WEITZEIi & O'DONNELL, Main street. A daughter who married Mr. Oharlos Egbert died several years ago. A Fahm Hand Wanted A man His son Philip, who was who knows something about attendhero, died last Spring. Aftor the ing to horses and working a garden death of his first wife, and when he can find steady employment by the conoluded to marry his second wife, year on applying to James GoinB, Millville, Ky, White man preferred, Miss Nannie Brightwoll, of Glens and must come well recommended, Greek, in this county, ho made an 4-- tf well-know- n 3-- 0t toxication which some times affects the mind to such an. extent as to produce an apparent mental aberration. If it wore not that all who have experienced a taste of such bliss and those who have not are to be pitied have, in a greater or less degree, been under the ban of suspicion by of new ideas put in a new way. their friends, each would resent the idea of Shakespeare's linking them to a lunatic and poet. But it must to those who ask for it. bo confessed that the best test of insanity is the domination of one absorbing thought and purpose, and yet from love's thralldom who would Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. ask to be released and adjudged of a sound mind, free from the thoughts of a magic name and visions one day of actually winning tho possessor of that name? Neither age nor occupa tion is exempt from tho attacks of love, and the same unwitting slips of the tongue and pen that causes a youth to pronounce or write the name of his sweetheart, or the sud- TITB pledge ourselves in favor of in the midst of an den animated conversation, for which his friends may call him to account for IFZESOTZEO'T'IO'lfcT of customers from his want of interest in them, is just evercharge, adulterations and misstatements. as liable to strike a judge on tho nriK-A-IDIfor every one with bench as the witness on the stand. the merchant who does most for his customers. wrote in a discountThe banker who ed note the name of the woman with of monopolistic whom he was in love, and who afterrings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. wards refused to wed him, but to whom he found himself obliged to DSBIKSIDTXOTXOIfcT of the people's burden pay the amount of the note, was no and buyer's bugbear tax profits. more astonished and worried over the occurrence than was County Judge Williams the other day when he learned that he had inadvertently fixed upon next Wednesday, his wedINTELLIGENTLY! ding day, as the date when certain BUY AS YOU VOTE summons and other court ordors wore We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about Our Store for a good carpet sweepers about BISSELL'S CARPET '. SWEEPERS. New Ideas Put in a Bright; M That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages A 4 Free 1 OUR PLATFORM. ' i 4 . m FEES E: PKOHIBITIOT mi M ri t. the days in the year, it appeared the Judge's mind could not travel further As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of 'our into time than noxt Wednesday, and business record in support of our claim for FAIR, hence when any case in law presentSQUARE DEALING. ed itself before him for the past two weeks it' was sure t? be docketed for "Ootobor 12th." It was only when We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, ,, and the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction the lawyers learned what a great un"Judge had arranged age or class, and behind our promise stands of dertaking tho, our splendid stock of on his docket for that day that the discovery of tho mistake was made and the Judge informed that time would not end noxt Wednesday, but that there would be many other days made "Voturnablo before him. Of all to follow his wedding day. Boots and Shoes, "JEX.st.ta, Tho Old Original Hemody. B00I5.S, Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about "Microti," 4,germs," '"baccilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, and for yoars has been, making The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranmore ouros than all other remedies teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. combined. Read their advertisement See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. paper. Don't bo deceived. in this A Speoial Traim Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. train will leave this city for Louisville, leaving h,ere at 0:30 and returning will leave Louisville at 8 p. m. The fare for the round trip has been placed at the low rate of one dollar. Scoflold's Vinegar. A spooial w The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, R. K. McCLURE, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. We are tho sole agents for this celebrated vinegar, and guarantee it to our patrons. LeOompte & Gayle Co. t. V if ?' r" L v 1 WEW !J -I "J. i',v -- - T Bltlftl 1892 & MS. HATS. 1892. CRUTCHER & 0 1 AH l6 cniimer , & state im M A 1892 DUNLAP FALL They are beauties. 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, FALL, NECKWEAR. 1892. Royal Blue, Altantic Green, Fox Brown. See window. Fall, r8o2, See the new imperial hat, The Comedore; you should have one. Great shades. UNDERWEAR. variety, beautiful Will you see them?' 'Children's suits, THEY ARE BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS. Kail patterns. New N. B. Sacks will be the leading styles; don't buy until you see ours. GREAT. See the great collar and cuff play. dis- : ft - i OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS Our second floor chuck full of them. All prices. 1 Children's knee pants. 1 See what up to $1.50, wOl 25c, 35c, do. You will be surprised. Men's dress suits, coachman's suits, wedding suits a specialty. MEN'S and BOYS'' boots and Now cbn't buy until shoes. vou see the stock. We are more than happy to state to you that our entire line in every department is more complete than ever before. The main feature in our platform is the best goods for the least money. Honesty and fair dealing. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Remember our two immense outlets, FRANKFORT AND LOUISVILLE, gives us big advantage in buying. See the prices and be convinced. Sox, Sox, Sox. One-ha- lf dozen, the best in the world, only Great variety other 50c. grades. a .':: yf ,w Trunks and bags, packing trunks, telescopes." No house in the State a greater line. will-sho- w m LADIES' and MISSES SHOES. See our great window display. More styles than any two houses in the city. CRUTCHER FRANKPORTuaracm&rasaBsc -- ft STARKS, AND-- LOTJISVILLE. & Broke a Bone. Miss Sallie Robinson was coming down the steps in front of the Court House a few days since, when her left foot turned under her and she fell, breaking one of the small bones of the ankle. She has been compelled to go on crutches ever since but suffers little pain now from the injury. LOUISVILLE KET. TOBACCO MAB- - Ghesapeake& NEW Ohio Ry. WASE" FOR SALE! i i ACRES OF GOOD LAND. 4te MILES SOUTH 44 ot Frankfort, on the Little Benson and Lane's Mill turnpike; a splendid Eureka rockaway none: aiso one or two nunorea iocubi posis AddIt to MU8.K.B. MCKEE. 8ept.24-lm-. On the premises. W. J. CHINN, JR, Will practice Jan.SO-lv- . Hi FUKNI8HKD BY GLOVER & DUBBETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABEHOUBE. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic. Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive Bpeciflo for Pneumonia. Guts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly : $4 50 different from all else: superior to all tobacco else; it has no equal, 25and50o. boxes. Common Colory trash... 5 50 Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpen- Aiemum to good coiory 7 00 trash ter's South Side drug store. Common lugB not colory 5 00 Common Colory lugs..... 7 60 Reduced Bates. Medium to good colory 5-- ly of tnecrop 01 isi on our market to date 114,423 hhds. The offerings on our market thiB week have been smaller than for sometime past and all grades have met an active demand at such figures as have been current for several weeks past. Rapid progress is being made in housing the new crop and with another week of favorable weather but little of crop will remain on the hill. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco, crop of 1891: Trash (dark) or damaged 5 7 9 7 10 Sales on our market for the week IN3T0N, and all Eastern Cities. just closed amount to 2,221 hhds., with receipts for the same period of 969 hhds. Sales on our market since Jan- Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE, uary 1st amount to 131,575 hhds. Sales LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS. T.'mecard In effect Sept EAOT BOUND. Ul PHILADELPHIA, Bee second floor, in all State Courts. Of. Custom House. Moore's Poultry iTS THE OLDEST A. Remedy. Kentucky Midland Shortest and Quickest between CINCINNATI AND -. 14, 1892. :v & Fast Mt. Sterling Accommodation, No. 26 Vestlbuled Express, No. 24. . . Mall. No. 22 Morehead Accommodation No. 28 WEST BOUND. . . Lve . Sv 11. iK. u '. 6:10p.'m. .6 :30 P.M. market. POUTRY REMEDY ON THE Postlvely prevents and cures nAHNK. .and Paris, CHOLERA AND GAPES. Onir direct line between Through Sleepers from Lexington without , 50 change. C. B. RYAN, 00 H. W. FULLER, Gen'l. Pass. Agt., Ass't Gcn'l. Pass. Act. Washington, D. C. Cincinnati, O. 00 OSCAR O. MURRAY, 00 Traffic Managar. 00 Arr. Lexington. Lexington iccommodatlon, No. 27 . . . 8:06 a. m. More then pays for Its use In the extra producLouisville Express, No. 21 12:30 p.m. tion of Lexington Accommodation, No. 25. . .3:05 p. m. VesUbuled Express, No. 23 6:10 p.m. Solid VesUbuled Trains with Dining Cars No Bus transfers Frankfort, Georgetown lisle, Car as m MiyiTilli, Cyntbiana, month and Corington. FaJ- - ! Get a trial box. K FOE?, CHAPMAN E B"2" ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY. KIDLANIK i ! The L. & N. offer the following reduced rates: To Chicago and return, lBt class f6.90, second class $5.50; Cincinnati and Covington Oct. 11th to 15th $3.63 for round trip; to Louisville, Sept. 20th to Oct. 1st. $2.82 for round, trip; to Lexington, Oct. 5th to 6th, $1.16 for round trip. lugs -- 10 Common to medium leaf 8 14 Medium to good leaf. 17 Good to fine leaf. Beiect or wrappery 00 00 00 00 15 00 14 00 17 00 25 00 'wziDXJTKr nm)&ci & WILLIAMS. DRUGGISTS- tobacco 25 00 32 50 Removing Obstructions. Cheap Rates. The Kentucky Midland offers the following low rates: Lexington and return, October 5th to 15th, $1.15. Account Breeders' fcv. Trots. Oincinhati and return, October 6th, $1.76. Account Colored Band Contest. Single tickets good for all. Cincinnati and return, Ootober 10th, $2.30. Account Ladies Auxiliary. O. D. Bebcaw. G. P. A. MILE6 The crew of the U. S. Snagboat MILES Kenlucky is now engaged in removing obstructions in the river near this city, aud have cut aWay all the logs from the drift-pil- e at the mEmmwmmm& 3KEQB n St. Clair street bridge whioh protrud ed far enough out to interfere with THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST passing boats, and raised the old stone barge which was sunk at Salen-der'- s Georgetown to Orleans wharf several years ago, and has since interfered very materially Time. 25 Hours. with the unloading of coal barges at 94H3t HS&mS jWTWtTWmMBA m MKmbJBrMMzmnnmi' 'IVi ..VilM'n IHIII l JH "7 T8AII5 HUM BY CEMTRXL PRESCRIPTION GOODS STABXII TIME. 181K. ' ilO 'in Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET AND 8UNDRIES. TIME TABLE JUNE 20, I .i KZ A M p m Finest April SODA WATER y. in Frankfort. TRAINS EAST. No. 1. 6.00 6.iMi No. a IP M No.7. l.OO 1.10 Lt. Frankfort Lv. Summit Lv. Elkhorn . . &mMmmm SB l.n.wiMtoi; .A, , . . 3.80 DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the In Lv. Duvau Lv. Johneon Lv. Georgetown Lv.CS. Depot Iv. Newtown Lv. Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris Lv.Switzer Lv. Stamping Ground . 0.11 0.18 0.3--J ...... 0 . .B. 6.89 6 44 6.62 0.W 7.09 3.41 3.48 4.02 4.09 4.14 4 22 4.47 4.66 6.01 G.15 M I ass L40 2.001 2.10 2.20 2.86 .4.32 7.18' 7.23 7.37 M I aai aoo 106 . a M aas IA l A PM that wharf. SOLID VESUBULED TRAINS. The shortest and quickest. Happy Hooslcrs. Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of Ida ville, Ind., writeB: "Electric Bitters has done more for me than all other medicines combined for that bad feeling arising from I'ldney and Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place, says: "Find Electrlo Bitters to be the best Kidney and Liver me'cino. Made me feel like a new man." J. W. Qnrdnor, hardware merchant, same town, says: Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't care whether he lives or dies; ho found new strength, good appetite anr? flalf. 1nof. Illra na hori a nnnr Innan on life. Only 50c, a bottle, at P.H. 2 When Baby was sick, ,we gave ber Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria. Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala be Time. 26 Hours. Solid Vestibuled Trains, tween Cincinnati and 1, Carpenter's Drug Store. iu ' BlIlUINUnAH, ALA.. 16 " Direct ConnectlonsatNewOrieansandBbrev port for Texas. Mexico and California. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Mldlan d Rail wai Bank Stook forSalo. VlaGeorq;etoivnS:45u.in.;arrlveClnolnnatll0i2e a. m. Quicker than any other line. Eleven shares in eity banks, in lots All trains "urrlv it depart tromOentral Onlop Depot, Cincinnati. to suit purchasers. Apply at this ates.Maps.Ac.naarei offloe. V a. and the mode of treatment sent free to any one Jw. ai nninTViinu vimwiij, wi, W. I. KELLEY, M. D by addressing D, P. T.,A,,Chattanoo 360 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. D. R. EDWARD ' Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. D. VU.V ER, y CONSULTATION FREE, Trafl Lexington, Kt., Knoxvillb, Tknn., " A8nRriLLE, Chattanooga, H.C.," Tenn., The Short line Time ,lVi Hours 17 11 la Atlanta, Ga., " " TRAINS WEST. INo. 2. lNo.4 No.8No.U TsT" C Lv. Parts aixi 6.60 IN LEXINGTON. KY.. 8.12 Ar. Elizabeth 6.02 6.01 0.0(3 Ar. Centervllle. . . . . RIG 6.10 8.21 6 14 Ar. Newtown 6.26 22d, 1892. Oct. P.30 Ar. O S. Depot 6.12 6.62 6.4C-6.37 Ar. Georgetown . . B. R4I Nov. 12th, 1892. 6.46 7.05 Ar. Johnson 8.49 7.16 6.61 Ar. Duvall aS4 6.6H 7.86 HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical Ar. Stamping Ground . 9.01 0 13 7.10 7.65 Ar. Swltzer operation and with little or no pain. 0.19 7.16 Ar. Elkhorn 8.10 9.26 7.22 Ar. Summit REEERENCES . a20 7.30 Ar. Frankfort . . . A . 9.33 8.80 W. McKeo Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Ky. A connects with L. & N. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, B connects with Q. fc C. and L.S. J. T. Staten, Frunkfort, Ky. V. Bcrberich, Frankfort, Ky. C connects with K. Rev. L. P. Uulett, Benson, Ky. Effective July 2Uh, Sunday trains leave Frank- A. II. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. tort 8:16 a.m. and 3:30 p. m arrive at Georae-N, J. Hughes, Frankfort, Ky. town 9:10 u. m. and p. m.i Purls 9 A0 a.m. David Moore, Benson, Ky. and 6:io n. m. Jas. M. WIthrow, Frankfott, Ky. Le ive Piar s 10:10 a. m. nnd d. m.. nrrlve p. in.; Frankfort; Georgetown 10:66 a. m. and KELLKY'S ofllceand residence Is nt Wi 11:60 a. in. and 7.UI p. in. mi. West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where be may The Kentucky Midland Hallway and connecbe found every day of each week except SATUR- tions form the shortest and cheapest route to alD DAYS, Pamphlets describing these diseases points north, sonth and west. Saturday, Saturday, ' a V 6.-0- at un:.vincniiati,o. F,4 1 0. D. BEROAW, Agt Gen. QUO, ror runner lniorraanon apniy to ineir agents. a. a. nniiir(rffT nA,i,inU. City Ticket HARPER, Gen. Supt, innr.. .'i$MSS8 L