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Number 6 r Advertised Letters atFrankfort.Ky. Below will be found a list of advertised letters for the week ending October 15th, 1892 : Abbott, G. R. Moore, Mrs. Lizzto Miss Montroy, BummoUt A. J. ff. is BROWER,SCOTT&FMZEE, S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Barritt, Mrs. Judson Hen-rltt- a Bridenbecker, Berry, Samuel Quilling, M. W. Dhine, Henry Estls, J. H. Reynolds, Q. M. Green, Mrs. Alsia Rudgere, Miss Si -Ann nio Grant, R. Beeves, W. L. Henthoine, Miss Smith, Anderson Lily Smith, Mrs. Luo AnJordon,-MisSmoot, Rav Sandlin, Wm, nie Joituson, Miss Williams, Miss Ans Norman, P. G. OwensrMrs. Mary T. Pullman, R. Sldmi Ky. Wall Papers -- vr ' :,. ". i .. tpi AND- iikm Ws j Absolutely Amanda Belle pCane, Miss Cordie Warfleld, Alien McKoberts, Miss Watson, J. w. nie B. Jennie uei Johnson, Lizzie Wilder, DolUe . Mrs. Ceiling Decorations. ,i WZ, ' Pure McAfee.Harry Moore, T. D. When calling Watson, Miss Sarran E. L. ad- for these letters day vertised. tt4.to,cb dZ & va Vi!Lls7&tL.t The 'Kentucky J. M. Saffell, Postmaster. Pall Styles for 1892.' TTlxe ZLia,xg;est Stools:, TTixe 3L.atest ZDesigrrLS 3c Coloring's, - f . !?te4&f' A .ffiz && faa44siAMl6t4. 0w0(s d. d friuaidiesPr e&t&C46C' Ah0U?st0P0L-- To Lexington. fc V N- Author of "Common Sense in the Household." Lexington Races. , To the City of Mexico .November 2ist to 23a, at SU8.45. Account International Medical Con ' gress. 0. D. Bercaw, Q. F. & P. A. and-return- tickets to Lexington and return, October 16th to 27th, at 86 cents. Ac-cou- Midland will sell Tlxe mo-sore- st IPrices. I nt Samples and Estimates Furnished out of town trade on application. & m t& m m ! the committee of Franklin county, represented by Mr. Robinson, as chairman, is not the legally elected No visits of any importance. . ' committee of said county, under our What has become of Rip Van Win- party constitution; and further, while this committee ratifies the right and kle? propriety of the call for the selection Let everybody take the Rounda- of a new committee for said county BOUT. by Maj. R. A. Hancock, yet this com- Cold wind blows, button up your mittee is now of opinion, that to perfect a more perfect organization in warm cloths. said countv. ic will be wise to call an Miss Mattie Graves is visiting her election, for a new committee, in this sister, Mrs. Annie Thoinas, of Oar-lisl- county. Kentucky. Be ic now ordered, that Maj. R. A. Beef Company at 6 wen Moore's Hancock, aB district chairman of the every Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 7th District, make a call for the election of a new county committee Dat, laugh and grow fat. for Franklin county, by precincts in Messrs. Ed., Wes., Willard and Geo. mass convention, held in each preHarlow, accompanied by J. A Bright, cinct, and said call to be made with-itook in the Owentoa Fair last week. five duys from this date, and said Yon bet thingsN moved lively with J. committee to consist of two memA. as leader. bers from each precinct. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 7, 1892. After a long silence we come to the Pursuant to the above resolution, front again, promising to be more punctual in the future. Would give the Republican voters of Frranklin vou some good items but as usual county will meet in mass convention our head is as empty as a beggar's at their respective voting places, on Saturday, October 15th, at 2 jo'clock purse. p m. for the purpose ol selecting We were glad to peruse a few items members of a new Republican from brother Observer's fluent pen, County Committee, eaoh precinct enabling us to know what is going being entitled to two members of said in that part of the world's vineyard. Committee. Yet he failed to say how fishing was Viva voce method of voting may in the placid stream of Backbone bo adopted. Greek. R. A. Hancock, x Chairman 7th Con. District. But very little interest is taken in The members of the County Comthe ensuing Presidential election. Several warm and enthusiastic Dem- mittee selected under this call will in Frankocrats have asked when the election meet at the Court-hous- e comes off. I'll bet every Republican fort at 2 o'clock p. m., Monday, Oct. and Third Party man knows the day 17th, 1892, to perfect their organization, by selecting a Chairman and and hour. Secretary. That was a wonderful stalk, to produce R. A Hancock,-Chairmaeight ears of corn, and a part of 7th Con. District. them fully developed ears. I saw ini my travels last week eight stalks that Strong Witnesses. only produced one ear, and that not very large. You must remember, Among the thousands of testimoni- Observer, that this is very prolific land of ours. als of cures by Dr. Mile's New Heart The p,atrons of District No. 80, Cure, is that of Nathan Allison, a n citizen of Shelby county, met at the sohool-hous- o Pa., who for years had Glen Rock, Saturday and arranged some breath, sleeplessness, painshortness of in left seats, desks and other improvements shoulders, smothering spells, side, etc.; which add materially to the facilities one bottle of Dr. Miles' New Heart iBing generation. for instructing the Cure A little boy sitting an a slab, with Pills, and onq box of Nerve and Liver bim. Peter Jaquet, four wooden legs in it and no back, Salem, cured is another witness, who N. J., it is calculated to give him a case of twenty years Buffered with Heart after eight hours of hard, Disease, was pronounced incurable weary study. by physicians, death stared him in Married On Wednesday, Mr. John- - the face, could not lie down for fear nie Hioatt and MIbs Cordie AdamB, of smothering to death. Immediately of Bagdad. Mr. Hieatt 1b our drug- - after using the New Cure he felt bet-giat Bagdad, and stands highly in tor and could lie down and sleep all Jacksonville. e, n ! n A Greal Benefactor. "Educators are certainly the greatest benefactors of the race, and after reading Dr. Franklin Miles' popular works, we cannot help declaring him to be among the most entertaining and educating of authors." New York Daily. He is not a stranger to our readers, as his advertisements appear in our columns in every issue, calling attention to the fact that this elegant work on Nervous and Heart Disease is distributed free by our enterprising druggist, J W. Gayle. Trial bottles of Dr. Miles' Nervine are given away also a book of testimonials showing that it is unequalled for nervous prostration, headache, poor memory, dizziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia, 2 hysteria, fits, epilepsy. , Tinting a Specialty. BROWER, SCOTT & FRAZEE,' Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. AN ADDITION! To Tour Stock of Game, , For Malaria, Liver Trou- if ble, or Indigestion,use XOpT. juROWN'S IRON BITTERS You Buy Your BROwiUE! A Meek & Mllani brass reel JSo, 2, with pole and line. It vms lost Friday night on the road between the Wash Hancock place and Itlangan & Darnell's stable. A liberal reward will be paid fpr its return to this office. 2-t- lioaded Shells, duns- :m And -- 'Sporting - Goods! a f. We have some first class cecond hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Call and see them if you want a bar- From The Leading Hardware House of gain. Mastin Bros. , 30-t- f. I well-know- If you want sulphur water, fresh from the Murray well, left at your residence every morning, leave orders at W. H. Averill's drug store, the U. S. Express office or Hi R. Williams' grocery. 23-t- f. M 11 litl A 1 1 Fair To See -- bao-a-oh- e, st Mb A0 P i&C-i- s J i l fc lllljl llnltllll I i.' . gentleman, whilo the bride is a sister New Cure sold, also a free book, by of one of our most prominent physi J. W. Gaylo. .A; oians of Bagdad, Dr. G. F. Thompson, and ranks with the superior of our country. MIbs Cordie has taught five CENTS ONLY consecutive terms of sohool in Eden District and given satisfaction. Oatohum. To find out aboutythe i 1b 2 4 t Baltimore, Md., thus gives her ex- uWe have used Dr. Bull's ough Syrup and have never found its equal for our children." Must Try Again. At a meeting of the State Central Committee, the following resolution ' Mrs. Nancy Wirst, 1201 Caroline St., Louisville, Oot. 6, 1892. For Lh rwaa adopted! i this committee 4'aut.i. J. a is or opinion that bookvfree, address Dnllels St Wlb, (feraerltkasil Jdfersen streets, 60-pa- go hwusiim, y. l in the way of Novelties g begins to compare with the array now displayed by W. L. Coppersmith, the Jeweler, Raised Gold and Diamond In crusted Watches of all kinds prices. ..!-- . glit-erin- Nothing Ball 111 i . 7 JC. W.. AWjA ,x.. . $$?w$ ? rTW. i r l;?' ' nWjfWfXJ? :am : 3M 4k. 3Cil"fc-u.x"i- Wagons- - SELLING OUT AT COST. We will sell at cost for ctfsh oiir general lincj of Builder's, Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlcfiry, Whips, Chains, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Black smith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors. pluids, Bock u o: i Ti 4.:i cu k.w mn4 zs$ oti it, ouwur auu jciut? xriuf, tuiu uuier ariu'itfs ion uuuiruus in iiimiiiuii-sh j cash., AH goods Isold o time We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for w "?', Hsl iii "u uuargeu ut regular pnue. ...l. uu win & 1; . 4. -- r v i.i a., - . ' & 4. , k 'V M rvzrxn. ' Oor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Wmt C E. COLLINS & BRQMJ of the Christian Ohuroh. He has been appointed to deliver the President's annual addressT before the Qppite thekrmers BaDk. ?jni 17 SB "Mr. Noblo Lindsey visited in Louis- ville this week y is 1 Miss Mag RuBsell, of Louisville, here visiting relatives. Miss Mary Campbell Sawyier spent Thursday in Lexington. Mrs. George Inman goes to Paris to visit her sister. Mr. Ed Posey, of Lawrenceburg, was in the city this weak. Mr. Kenner Taylor made a business to-da- y trip to Louisville Monday. Mr. George Webb, of Lexington, spent Thursday in this city. Miss Natalie Sawyier spent several days n Louisville this week. Hon. W. Hr Wadsworth, of MayB-villwas in the city Tuesday. Mr. Henry Queen, of Newport, was h.e,ro Tuesday visiting friends. .Miss Florence Cromwell leaves Tuesday for a visit to Chicago. Miss Lillie HerancQurt is home from a trip to Denver, Colorado. Mrs. W. T. Reading was in Louis--vlll- e ; e, New York City for Dresden, where Miss Paynio will pursue her art studies. Miss Eva Craig, after a visit to Mrs. Henry F. Duncan, returned home to Georgetown Monday. - Mr. John L. Snqad, of Louisville, returned home Wednesday, after a visit to his friends in this city. Miss Annie Tinsley entertained her friends Tuesday evening at her home on Short street, South Side. Mies Emma Rowden, of Louisville, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Carrie O. Ohoate this week. Miss Loulie Suter entertained her friends Saturday evening at her home on Arlington Heights. Judge G. B. Swango and wife have returned from an extended visit to their home in Wolfe county. returned Saturday from an extended visit to the Misses Wilson at Elizabeth town. Miss Annie Thomason, of Salem, Va., is the guest of her cousin, Miss Minnie Thomason, of Cedar Run. Miss Adelia Farris, of Silver Creek, Madison county, is visiting Miss Virginia Nelson on the South Side. Mr. J. S. McKendrick and wife, of Lexington, are Visiting Mr. W. J. HugheB and wife on Murray street. M iss Nettie Masonheimer, after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. W. T. Holmes, returned home to Danville WednesMiss Hallio Duvall , s Mr. Howard Orbison has Secured a NashMr. and Mrs. Sam 'D. Johnson pdsition with the Louisville & at the depot in this visited in Lexington the first of the ville railroad city. ' week. Rev. Dr. J. McOlusky Blayney and Polk Johnson Col. and Mrs. E. Eben-eze- r Cincinnati this Dr. W. H. Averill attended the spent several dayq in Lexington this Presbytery in week. week. Mr. A. S. Williams, of Galveston, Mr Woodford Long more went to Texas, is visiting Mr. Len Cox in the Louisville Monday to entor upoi a .county. course in law at the Louisville Law Miss Julia Dixon, of Henderson, is School. visiting Miss Annie Herndon near Mn Tom Rogers went, to Omaha, the 'city'. Denver, and Salt Lake Wednesday, Mrs. Ada Garrett went to Owen intending to be absent from the city county Saturday to visit Mrs. M. W. a month. "Wilholt. Miss Jennie Robb, Who has been Miss Grace Compton is visiting visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. GarMiss Leah Smith, 928 First street in land, in Louisville, returned home Louisville. Satutday. Col. and Mrs. J. Stoddard Johnston Mr. and Mrs. A. F. ReBpeas and tnade Mrs.H. F. Duncan a short visit Mrs. Julia Thompson went to Cinthis week. cinnati Monday and returned home Mr. Harry G. Rodman is visiting Wednesday. friends and relatives in Louisville Mrs. T. M. Goodknighfjwent to this week. Boston, Mass., Tuesday to spend the jjfastin intends at an winter in'tjie study of the KinderMr. Gilbert early day to go to California to spond garten otystein. visiting relatives this .week. Miss Shelly, of Louisville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. T, B. Newman. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Stuart made a brief trip to Louisville Saturday. ' Mr. John L. Snoed, of Louisville, was here this week among his friends. Hon. James Speed, of Louisville, .attended the Court of Appeals Tues- day. day. -- 5 . Hb WMm tiiy2toJ&&?pySlffl??xk Ml 'JH8 P.. in honor of Rev. Mr. Nat Hale, of Mayfield, a son of Tuesday evening visiting and Mrs. Wm. L. McEwan, of Webster State Treasurer Hale, is here Grove, Missouri. his parents. Judge Brent and his daughters, Mrs. Tbos. B. Newman io home MisaeB Gay and Maggie Brent, of from an extended visit to her mother PariB, have taken rooms at Mra. in Louisville. Orlando Brown's. Crawford, of Grayson county, Mrs. Miss Mary Campbell Sawyier will is visiting her daughter, Mrs'. go to Bensonhurst, Long Island, next Rhoads. Wednesday to visit her sister, Ms. Ely and her daughter J. Hawthorne Hill. Mrs. Dr. Mra. Lester W. Wheat, of Alton Miss Mary, have gone io the Black N. 0. Station, who has been visiting her Mountain, Carrie O. Ohoate, rePresident M. H. Smith, of the Louis- mother, Mrs. Tuesday., turned homo ville & Nashville Railroad, was In thp Miss Mamie Adams, of Fort Worth, city Wednesday.. Texas, who has boon visiting. Mrs. Miss Selenah Barret, after a vjuifc to Joseph H,'LowIb, wont to Xoufsyille Miss Todd Baffell, returned home to Monday to visit relatives'. v ' .". , isyinonday. ' Rev. George Darslo leaves Mrs. J. W. Dodd and daughtor, row night for Nashville, Tonn., whefa Mc-Henry . , co-mo- the winter. The Missed Burnley entertained . S'SeSttSi frftmMissoufiKwharhajiWwlUd mr. ' . A New Depot. by telegram announcing tho sudden' death of her nephew, Russell Bell Lewis, jr., in St. Charles county, It is said that the visit of President October 2d. He was a noble, hand- M. H. Smith, of the Louisville and body. some boy of nearly 12 years of age. Mrs. George Hlppee, of Des The afflicted parents have the" deep- Nashville railroad, to this city this Moines, Iowa, who has been visiting est sympathy of their' friends, and week, was for the purpose of looking relatives in this community in .their over the ground and taking into conMrs. Wm. Safiell, for several weeks, distressing bereavement. sideration tho petition of tho Frankleft Tuesday afternoon for home. Miss. Emma Morris entertained fort shippers and traveling patrons Miss Maud Knox, of St. Jpe, Mo., at cards Thursday night in honor of of the toad who asked a few weeks after a visit to her uncle, Mr. Kesa-ler- , her niece, Miss Sue Morris. Thoser, ago for a new and commodious depot city. in on the South' Side, went to Shel- present were Misses Aida Polndex-te- by this Smith What result was reached has not yet been learned, Mr. of Greenwood, Miss., Rebecca byville Wednesday to visit friends. Johnson, May Pepper, "Merrie but it Is reported from a reliable Miss Bessie Cochran, of Madison, Gillum, Maggie May Thomason, source that he was impressed with Ind., was here- this week attending Annie Headley, Bottie Keenon, Josie the necessity for a better and larger Hughes, Christine Reynolds and Sue depot both for the accomodation of the wedding. She Morris; Messrs. Mason Brown. George the passengers and the shippers, and was the guest of Miss Lida Mangan. Hunt, Fayette Hewitt, John Williams, if room can be had at a reasonable present McCloy, Stanton, Miss Prue Hunf after a visit? to her Wallace Lindsey and Harry VanDer- figure In the vicinity of theor across depot, either at the roar R. A. Henry grandmother, Mrs. Virginia Critten- veer. the street, to take in almost the enden, returned to her home in The Prizes were won by Mies Annie tire block, it is believed that the road will enter upon the work of building Greenville, Mississippi, Wednesday. Headley and Mr. Mason prown. delay. Mr. W. M. Kavanaugh, wife and a new depot without further Mr. Ohas. D. Bercaw, General Pastwo children, arrived in the city There is no use of any ono Buffesenger Agent of the Kentucky Mid-lau- Sunday from their home in Little wont to Colordo Wednesday Rock, Ark. They are visiting Mr. ring with. the cholera, when Chamberon a trip of recreation and pleasure. Kavanaugh 's mother oh the South lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Side and will remain here a week or Remedy can be procured. It will Mrs. Virginia Rowden, who has ten days. Mr. Kavanaugh is the give relief in a few minutes and cure I have tried it in a short been spening the summer with her business manager of the Little Rock know W. time.Clinton, Helmetta,and N. H. Carrie O. Ohoate, has Gazette, the largest paper published J. The epidemic at Helmetta was at danghtor, Mrs. by his ability and first believed to be cholera but subsereturned to her home in Jefferson-ville- , in the State, and energy has won for himself an quent investigation proved it to be a Indiana. enviable reputation as one of tho viplent form of dysentory, almost as Mrs. Jas. S. Davis and daughter, of leading young men in Arkansas. dangerous as oholera. This Remedy jrmer-lsays that Mr. was used with great success.- For Owensboro, who have been the Heof this city, Jerrj' South, f is a distinguished sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. lm guests of Mrs. Carrie O. Ohoate, on success, both at the bar and in poliTodd street, for the past. two weeks, tics, and that now be is a candidate Old Walker & Hackley whlBkles, for Speaker of the House with the the finest in the city, at John have returned home. chances' somewhat In his favor. the liquor merchant, 217Broad-wa- y Miss Mamie Newberry, who has street. Mrs. James M. Safiell gave a yellow been visiting Miss Mary Todd, went night in honor of ' Sooflold's Vinegar. to Glasgow, Ky., Thursday to visit tea last FridayBarret, of Louisvile, Miss Selenah friends, en route to her home In and Mrs. George! Hippee, of4 Des We are the sole agents for this celSpringfield, Missouri. Moines, Iowa. The house was beautifully deco- ebrated vinegar, and guarantee it to Messrs. W. B. Brldgeford, 0. A. rated ln cut flowers, the drawing our patrons. LeCompte & Gayle Co. Nelson and S. W. Howell went to room in American beauties, library in Covington Monday' to attend the crimson dahlias, and dining room meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd in golden rod, cosmos and marigolds. place formerly For The tablo decorations were the most owned Rent The H. Hall, on Cross by Fellows. ever seen in the city, and Street. The Dr. W.contains five rooms artistic house Miss Maria LJndsoy, who has been when the guests were seated it and kitchen. Large yard and garden, in Germany the past season studying formed a strikingly beautiful picture. with good stable and water on premThe menu was choice each ises. For terms apply to Dr. E. E. music under the best teachers in course exquisitily served. and Berlin, is expected home the last of Those present were Mrs. Hippee, Hume. Misses Selenah Barret, Todd Saffell, next week. Laura Pepper, Cordelia Lindsey. Rev. W. G. Neville and Oapt. Thos. Maggie Taylor. Emma Morris and G. Poore attended the meeting of Rebecca Averill;Messrs. Louis Craig, Robt. Pepper, George the Synod of Kentucky of the Henry Ware, Halloran and Charles 'Presbyterian Church in Payno, Frank Southern Saflfell Houisvllle this week. SOCIETY POINTS. Mr. Will A. Lewis, of the RoundaThere is bout, left Saturday evening for a tho sociqty every Indication now that season this to Boston, Now York and other very gay., In addition winter will be trip to the usual eastern oities. He will return about hops to be given by the Assembly the first of November. Ball Club, which will be early date, Emma Morris entertained at at anlunoheono, and the theatre parms8 ties, oard parties, recepcards Saturday night in honor of tions and teas with whioh most of Miss Selenah Barret, of Louisville, the ladles in tho social circle will enand Mrs.. Hlppee, of Des Moines, tertain their frlendB, there wore three euchre clubs organized this week, Iowa, guests of Miss Todd Safiell. which with tho whist olub of last Miss Minnie VanDerveer returned season to be within the Thursday from a visit to Miss Annio next few weeks, will keep tho dev- Both tho method and results when VanDerveer, of Hamilton, Ohio. otees in a constant whirl of social Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant The names of the members En route home she made a brief pleasure. tho ouohro olubs were not and refreshing to tlio taste, and acts Coving- of two of on the yet visit to Miss Ada Gaines inobtained, but the following is the gently and promptly cleanses Kidneys, tho sysBowels, ton. membership the "Ladies Afternoon Liver Dehoney wont to Club," which Tuesday tem effectually, dispels colds, headMiss Janle Anchorage Monday to - attend school afternoon at a mooting at Mrs. Sam. aches and fevers and cures habitual Mesdamea E. B.Holmes at the Bellowood Seminary. She Johnson, G.viz: Adams, Caswell Polk constipation. Syrup of Figs is the BenM. was accompanied on the trip by her nett, D. B. Walcutt, Wm. H. Nowhall, only remedy or its kind ever profather, Mr. W. S. Dehoney, who re- jr., Wickllffo Chapman, J, Swigort duced, pleasing to tho taste and acTaylor, Sam. B. Holmes, Lampton ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in turned the next day. 0. Murray, Sam. E. Price, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. P. Williams and James, Henry W. Milam, Theodore its action and truly beneficial in its John effects, prepared only from the most son, Mr. Mason Williams, Mrs. W. 0. Wiley, Howard Blaok, '.Sam. D. Johnhealthy and agreeable substances, its Hon-drlcWilliams and Miss Stella JonoB at- son, W. F. Dandridgo, W. J. many excellent qualities commend it Thomas B. Jlodman, tended the wedding In Louisville Bradley, A. F. Respesa.L. 0. Wm. E. to all and havo mado it tho most Wednesday of County Judge Wil- Fanny M, Trabueand G. T. Norman, popular remedy known. Blackloy liams to Miss Rose Whltworth. and Misses Jonnio Morris and Maggie Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o Mrs. Mary Scott, Mra. Barrett, Mrs. Taylbr. Gentlemen are not admitted and $1 bottles oy all leading drugthis olub, J. W. Gayle, Miss Ruby Maoklin,Mrs. to the entertainments ofof member- gists. Any reliable druggist who but they enjoy tho rights o Theodore Wylle and Mrs. William ship to other clubs whioh moot at may not have it on hand will Dudley were among the many pas night Tho first meeting; of tho it promptly for any one who sengers Monday on the Kentucky "Afternoons" will be hold at tho wishes to try it Do not accept any AfiriinnH train in make a brief shop reBidonco of Mrs. Walcntfc noxt Wed- substitute. ' nesday. ping expedition to Cincinnati. CALIFORNIA FIQSYQU&fiOz Mrs; J. 0. Morton has' returned . ' tnrjnvivwi vitf.m" - ! .; Todd-McEwa- n d, J y - Dris-coil'- s, 6-- J. "i. '.'., ' 5-t- f. 1 JPflfRt3S "- k, pro-eur- i Mi IIMUIWHIC,! A' OxWffAWj r VWVIff ."" rrlHB w Fall Wi ?' ? ' lens m.. s ) fr3 3f' ,li JfA) .Hi P& " '$?Bs- TawwKKK - Fall Hats, L:"1 US . ,i ,. . WW .nnuicifT ,v7 - rj e mm fB:C- - k 1 ...-'' . i '. ' t 'f.rf'V--' v ' F Fall Neckwear! '- Jr-Ufs- t: CMk AI ..." ' ,' Le ? '.''v-?S- r '. Farm Sold Mrs. Sarah P. Lewis on Wednesday conveyed her farm of 100 ncres on Stoney Creek to Mr. Philip Thurman for the consideration ? HUDSON, HUSVIPHRIES &, CASSELL! jJfepiLE Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Top Drawer. LOCAL. v of $1,800. i . ' r M ' :i' '$J I-S- f"' Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind oh Saturday sold a lot 100x125 feet on or degree External, Interim!, Blind or Bleeding Taylor Avenue, near Second street, Itching, Chronic, Kccent or eredltnry. This RemedV litis to Mr. Prank Lewis, of Bellepoint. J 1.00 a box, 6Dosltlvolv never been known to fall. boxen, for $5.00; sent by mall pre $800. , Price, , paid oa receiptor price, a wrmen uuarantee positively given to each purchaser of Fire A small frame house just when purctiased ut one time, to refund six boxes, tne $5 00 the1 pa'd lr not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. this side of .Gallery's store ori GAYLE. and LkCOMPTEA (UYLE CO.. Dnnr- Versailles turnpike, was .destroyed by gists and Sole Agents. Frankrort, Ky. Call for sample. Jnn. fire Tuesday night. It belonged to John Yerger, who resided there. The loss was about $300.' affection of her foot, which, Hon. A. E. Willson, of Louisville, fieouliar had been bitten by a made an address tb a large assem-blag- venomous insect in the night, is someTuesday what improved and able to get at the couVt-hous- e night, on the issues in the Presi- about the house. Friends in this city were pained to dential campaign, in which ho favor of President Harri- learn of the death of Mr. T. Leonard ed the son. kMartin, of Owenton, a son of ex- Mr. Stephen Fuhs gave bond county clerk John B, Martin. He was Tuesday, with Mr. SchroiT, surety, as stricken with paralysis a few months the administrator for Mary Peveler, ago and last Sunday sustained a and the bond was approved by second stroke arrfdied in his room Squire John Bohannan, acting county before the family were, aware of his indge in the absence of County Judge condition. The deceased was a clerk in.the Auditor's,offlce about 1884 and Williams. was a brother of the wife of Mr. F. R. Smith, who lived here Gov. Bryan, of Covington, and of the formerly but who has been living wife of Col. Attilla Cox, of Louislately in Louisville, died in thatcity ville.. Tiihj Sunday Opinion changed Monday. Ho was a brother of Mr. Job Smith and a cousin of county owners last Tuesday. Mr. Fred Samolerk N. B. Smith, of this city. The ples closed a trade with Mr. J. W. remains were buried in the cemetery Marksbury, the n correat Louisville. spondent of the Louisville and LexMr. Richard Ferquson, of this ington papers in this and took city, as special agent for Mr. 0. A. his departure that daycity, his former for Ray, of Louisville, the' State agent home in Owenoboro. Mr. Marks-btrry'training and ability are asfor the Gamewell Electric Fire Alarm Company, secured a contract surances to the people that they this week with Georgetown for fur- may expect a bright and brimful nishing that city with the Gamewell newsy newspaper and it will only Fire Alarm system. The cost will be remain lor tne readers ana advertisers to extend to him such encour1,400. agement as his efforts will merit Miss Tenie MoEwan'b Case, in Mrs. Mary E. Lewis, of the Sulphur the Court of Appeals, in which she Louis- Well neighborhood, passed peacefully obtained a verdict against the ville & Nashville railroad a year ago away on Monday morning, at 6 o'clock. for $18,000 for injuries inflicted by a Sue had been in feeble health for hot from a drunken negro on the more than a year. She was a devout tram, returning irom Liouisvuio tne Christian and for many years a mem-- ' night of the Fall Colebration, will be ber of the Baptist church: in Frankcalled on the argument docket next fort. She leaves to mourn her loss Tuesday ana set ior a bearing some- hor husband, Mr. L. O. LowiB, two time during the January term. grown daughters, Misses Lucy and lads and Bettie, Mr. James A. Scott returned to a large two sons, who are yet in Owen circle of relatives the city Saturday after a visit of a county, besides many friendB in week or more in Wayne, West Vir- Frankfort. Her remains were laid to ginia, where he obtained a verdict of rest in the Frankfort cemetery on S6.000 acainst the Norfolk and West Wednesday afternoon. ern Railroad Company in favor of Circuit Court This court will Mrs. Ida HicginB, of Carter county, Mont-fo- rt Ky. Mrs. Biggins' husband was a meet next Monday with Judge on the bench. As the recent act on the railroad and was brakeman killed by the negligence of the com- redisricting the State will Jbe in oppany in failing to provide safe and eration before next February, the suitable cars and road bed. next term of this court, this terra iB Registration op Voters The the laBt over which Judge Montfort following is the result of the two will preside. His successor will probGov. Cantrill, the days of registration, last Tuesday ably be , Democratic nominee in this district. and'Tuesday before last-- viz: The docket of this term of court conOct. 11. Oct. 4. tains, among other cases of less imPrecincts. J 20 227 portance, one of thoca8es of theCom-monweat- h Voglers 32 , 235 Bridge v. James W. Tate's sureCourt-house. . 19 103 ties and the case against Ambrose Market-hous.. . . 417 Polsgrove for killing Jerry William32 364 son on county court day last Novem34 ber. 137 1,436. Total Railway The work Serious Condition op Mr. Payne ofThe Streettrack as far as the cemlaying the The many friends of Mr. John W. etery gatdhas been completed, and Payne will be pained to learn that tho four sixteen foot cars, with dousince his return from Louisville last ble platforms, are in tho oity awaiting Saturday, whore ho had an operation the arrival of tho frogs nnd switches performed on him, ho has suffered a from Johnstown, Penn., from which relapse which has given his condition place they were shipped last week. a serious aspect. No poraon in this city is more universally esteemed As soon as theso indispensable parts than Mr. Payne and his long contin- of tho traok are received the music ued affliction has occasioned general of tho oar bells will begin to be heard sympathy and regret, HisN little along tho streets of the North and daughter, Lydia, who has been a South SideB of the oity. Two of the sufferer for a few months past with a cars are painted red and two green, A 16-lex-Lie- Sale op a Lot Mrs. Ada Garrett m? CURE Is the place v to buy. Farmers," you can buy BUGGIES, HAHFESS A1TD FAEM IMPLEMENTS i You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in style, You. can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale, prices. first-clas- s Vi SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Salesroom, opposite E3:-A-7"E1 court-hous- e. Factory, South warehouse "OTTJR -- BTTO-CKST PiiuIiTTED. March 28-t- f -- well-know- s condition, and all are in the equal of the best workmanship turned out by the Stephenson Oar Company of New York. The time table for the running of the cars will be so arranged aa to make an average of a ten or twelve minute line during the day, with closer time early in the morning, at noon and at six o'clock. The cars, on the arrival of trains, will be at the depot, and by special arrangements be run to accommodate people attending funerals at the cem-- j first-clas- s- -- President Dulaney, of the Board of Commissioners, wrote to Auditor Norman Wednesday that the Attorney General had rendered an opinion to the effect that the fact appropriating the 100,000 was valid, notwithstanding the Governor had vetoed the Revenue Bill Which had been passed in exactly the same manner as the worm's Jb'air mil, ana tnat ne would inclose a draft for $25,000 which he would request the Auditor to honor at once. The Auditor re- by he refused p Slied his saying thatthe ground that warrant on the Attorney General had inttructed Ladv op tub ,him in August last not to pay out a rst got It, Ms'ry ?House Do you still like cur Charter- OakStova as well as when iw n.cent of the appropriation until the Skkvakt Oil. every bit as well. Ma'am. " question of the validity of the act Ladv of tue House I am expecting ft friend to take dlnnerwlthus next week, on purpos and I want you to nice which the Governor himself -- had to snow her now nice our storo cool;a e vcnrthlnu. no trouble to cotikhave awith dinner lor us. nlco Sehvakt .ndccdl will. that store. raised, be determined by the courts. TFire Gauxa Oven Doors Ma'am. itThere's easier than other stoves I have been usedTho makes so much to, The Auditor holds that whatever and I have so much more time to mako everything Just rightJust look at that roll! I never brrud, opinions the Governor or Attorney navo bad luck withIIousk biscuits or'cakr, now. Lady of the Why. how do you explain It General or anyone else may render don't have watch it will burn. know j ServantyouWell, Ito ho with atouk dc everything so? closetofor fearon top before ItYou baked l on the subject, his bond will have to now careful" have burn is bi.Uc It prvSfd'.y v" limit nt:y danger of burning, And then la responsibility of an unlaw- through. a The Ch:irt v bear the roasts beautifully browa :cr;rb"tm: it minutes. ful payment of the money and it is toastl: s it.turkey, I drii'thnvn to !t up l.ko llio tight ovens do. AndItyou know how crisp th Without and without drying for that reason he refuses to honor Hhcults aro without being l'.urd mid tough. Vott always praised my biscuits, but If ft wasn't for near as nice. I hope the draft until the matter has been Iw wire gauzo oven door I know they wouldn't e Oak Stove orUUnge. I'll never hare to cook tywhere again where they haven't got a Charter ' tested in the courts. , , World's Fair Appropriation ' - m j O.-l- c rw-yn- rn ex-Lie- ut .. e Gas-hous- e ...... 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 is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by SouthSide drug store, P. H. Carpenter. Como and Got Her. '5-- iy I will have a public Exhibition of Gooking on this wonderful Range, at my Store, No. 209 and 211, St. Clair Street, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, October, 19, 20 and 21, and I invite all my friends and patrons to be present. JOHN T. BUCKLEY. When Baby was sick, we gave ber Castoria. J To tho public Public to I wish There wns a bay mare, saddle nnd bridle left at our stable on county court day. The owner will please come and pot her. Manqan & Darnell. 6-- lt. Mnstin Bros. , have some splendid second-han- d Surreys, Phoatons and Buggies that they offer cheap. 41-t- Bargnlsis. the establishment of Mr. John When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. Driscoll, at 237 St. Olair street, and When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. will mako a specialty of selling pure When she bad Children, she gave them CaUoria. old Anderson county whiskies and am prepared to sell them as low as any body in the market. A cool and refreshing glass of beer oan always bo found on tap. Good Boup overy and Commercial Branches day from 10 to 12 o'clock, and a fine lunch every Saturday night from 8 to 11 o'clock. TAUGHT .PRIVATELY, F. J. SUTTERUN, No. 237 St. Olair street, Frankfort, TOADULTbONLY. books opened.olosbd Kentucky t Book-keepi- that I have bought out to announce the t. Children Cry iir 'Pitcher's idential, Oct. Castoria. Consultation strictly confE. B.OUION, at Capital City Business College. lB-3- k'" kiVAtfucttk J N. aran riwapBv fji fBfBPPT'WppP v'ifH?$T'wr!F "W" fljyBJ tSHHSi FKAKFOfiT ROUNDABOUT, Mwtd at the as poflUfflc6 s second-clu- at Frankfort, Kentucky. mailable matter. OEO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and PabUsher. FRANKFORT, OCT. 16, 1892. THE CITY ELECTION For Counotlmon and School Trus- tees Oflloors of Registration Appointed. m I Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, I recommend it m superior to any prescription The election for three members of KlllaWorras, girea sleep, and promotes di known to mo." H. A. Aschxx, M. D., the board of councllmon and two Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. Without injurious medication. members of the board of school " For nereral years I hare recommended , trustees for each of the three wards "The use of 'Cattorta' is sounlrersal and xir Castoria. ' and shall alwars continue to its merita bo well known that it seems a work in the city will take place, under the i inrarlably produced beneficial supererogation to endorse It Few are the of maiiUa intelligent families who do not keep CastOria present city charter Saturday, Dewithin esar reach." Edwin F. Pardss, M. D., Qxbuim Iliftrm D.D., cember 3d next. As the charter for MIba Winthrop," 128th Street and 7th Are., New York City. New York City. the third class cities, in which FrankLate Pastor Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church. fort is included, will probably be passed by the Legislature sometime Tm Ckxtauk Coxpaxy, 77 Mdbrat Stbkxt, New Yorz. within the next twelve months, the terms of the two boards to bo elected will expire after the regular election Feb. in November, 1893. Registration for the forthcoming municipal election "will begin Tuesday, November 8th, and continue for three consectutive 4 days, and to provide for this registrathis even- W. Hardin, judges; J. M. Parker, at the court-hous- e tion, County Judge Williams, SheriiT ESa?.BXjIS23:E3D 1391. Noel and County Clerk Smith, as the ing at 7:30 o'clock. The meeting will clerk, and Wm. M. Haydon, sheriff. Tiger J. L. Duyall and J. T. Willaw requires, made the appointment be addressed by able speakers from Louisville, Hon. W. N; Webb and Col. son, judges; Joe P. Pfeiffer, clerk, and Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, Monday of the following officers: J. R. Watts, members of the Garfield T. J. Lewie, sheriff. First Ward Jno. S. Harrod and Bellepoint Job Smith and N, I. John M. Coleman judges, and R. H. Club of that city. Other members of that Club will attend the meeting. McDaniel, judges; John N. Crutcher, Frazier clerk. Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Second Ward John E. Kirtley and Let every one who can attend, and clerk, and Wm. S. Pologrove, sheriff. , Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. RepubliJ. W. Milam judges, and Jud Brislan hear the doctrine ofReciprocity Bald Knob W. S. Brawner and canism, Protection and Ohas. Marshall, judges; Lemuel Business- Writing, Shorthand, clerk. Business Correspondence, discussed. clerk, and N. L. Moore, sheriff. Book-keepin- g, &. Third Ward H. D. Harrod and J. . Typewriting, Commercial Law, Flat Creek Jno. H. Moore and J. TVf. Todd judges, and R. H. Phillips Grammar, Spelling, etc. Death of Rev. Goo. Nesbitt. R. Hales, judges; 0. D. Warfleld, Arithmetic, clerk. Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced studant ' The new Constitution, clerk,, and S. M. Shields, sheriff. practically finished. Diplomas awarded. Cotologue In press, application made for Incorporation The Rockford, Illinois, Star, of the Bridgeport P. We have the bei-- home school of business)!!! the State of Kentucky. 0. Towels and J. J. fixed the seat of Government in this 7frh inst., conveys to us the sad intel city and giving stability to property ligence of the deathof Rev. Geo. A. Parrent, judges; Wilder Dupuy, clerk, valuation which has heretofore been Nesbitt at the Presbyterian Hospital and G. W. Hall, sheriff. "WELL BRED, SOON WED. GIRLS WHO USE D, Averilland Logan Cedar Run-t-materially affected by the constant on Thursday of last week. Capital removal agitation, has in- Rev. Mr. Nesbitt will be remembered Smith, judges; J. S. Green, clerk, and spired a confidence in the future by our citizens as little George, the B. S. Hughes, sheriff. .growth and prosperity of the cityy only child of Rev. J. M. Nesbitt, D. Besolutions of Respect. which, In the many buildings during D., who'was the pastor of the First the past year and the recent con- Presbyterian Church in this oi(;y from At a called meeting of Hiram struction of the street railway, attest 1869 to 1875. George was a bright, Lodge, No. 4, A. Y. M., held on Frithe opening of the most? important manly little fellow, who was a great "STowr era in the history of Frankfort. It is favorite with every one wliojmew day evening, October 7th, a commitwas appointed to draft IsToxt House-Cleanin- g a period when the management of him. His untimely death was a great teerespect to the memory resolutions of of the late July2-ly- . .public affairs should be placed in the blow to Dr. Nesbitt and wife, whose Capt. Sanford who lands of those who are most capable lives were bound up in him. They the following, Goin,were reported adopted: which Bafe and yet have the warmest sympathy of a host of insuring an honest, FOR SALE. To the Worshipful Master, Wardens and wisely liberal administration. The of friends here in their old home. 4LVBLk v.w" ZHh. rmHm Brethren of Hiram Lodge No. 4: city council deals directly with Brethehn i Inasmuch as it has CAPT. THK FiRtf OF THE LATE rlvjr, 9 SAM press most closely upon Kentucky River Improvements. leased tho Great Architect of the 1 Steele, lylnsj on the Kentucky miles Sdiverse, in His infinite wisdom and below Frankfort. This property has a good the city's welfare and the attention duelling of se. en rooms; all kinds of outbuildof the people. It has power to levy Gen. Casey, Chief Engineer of the mercy, to permit the "all devouring: ings; 2 tenement houses; 3 tobacco bar is; lstwell sythe of time" to invade "onr ranks watered and bus one of the best landings onUhef and expend more' tax money propor- United States Army, of Washington and cut the brittle thread and laiinch A lanje portion of the land has been In! river. C. West's Nehvk BuaiiT Dr. tionately than the county and State City, and Major A. M. Adams, of the our beloved brother Sanford Goin ment, H.guaranteed specific and Hjsterla,Tkkat-- grosj for manyInjeaw, a conslde able part of It a Dizzi- bMiignpw, nnd for line condition for governments together require. The staff at Cincinnati, were in the city into eternity, there to await our ness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. will be sold as n who oc divided Into tobacco. It two tracts. Headache. Nervous Protiatlon caused by the uso Possession given on, the 1st of next March. For coming; be it school board is entrusted with the Monday inspecting the Kentucky of alcohol or totmcco, Wakefulness, Mental De- terms apply to L,B. MARSHALL. Resolved, That in his death this pression, Softening of tho Brain resulting In InSept. Frankfort, K. duty of expending the public river improvements to navigation. Lodge has lost a faithful member, sanity and leading to inlsory, dec ly and. death, fund and regulating the sys- Accompanied by Capt. J. V. Hoag, and a brother worthy of the name of Premature Old Age, Barreness, Loss of Power sex, Involuntary Losses and Sperma- WM. tem which vitally concerns nearly jr., who is in charge of the river im- a Mason, that this Lodge deeply re- in eithercaused by over exertion of the brain, torrhoea or untimely death, and his box contains every parent in the city, and yet provements, with headquarters in grets hismourn; W one month's treatment. $1.00 n box, or six boxes ATTORN brethern and 00, sent by mull prepaid on receipt of price. when the question of a selection of this city, the party made the trip up Jlesolved, That this Lodge sympa- for 25 the best and most suitable men for the river on the government steamer thize with the bereaved family and WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. REAL, BSTATB AGBNT. both of these boards is raised, those Kentucky and examined Locks Nos. mourning friends in their affliction: affliction anv us orderrecelved C0UBT8 Of who are known by their reputation 6' and 6, and also the location of Lock .that in theirtho midst wo are remind To cureboxes,case. With eachwith $5.(K), we bywill WILL PRACTICEthe IN THE counties, tad Franklin Rod accompanied adjoining we are for six ed business to be eminent- No. 7, which is placed at a point in "that in ana "lrom of lifewe came send the purchaser our written guarantee to re- Will also elre iDACIal attention me purontM and Buccessin oust aeatn" money If the treatment and tale n real estate, collection not elAima. ly qualified to dischrage this impor- about nine miles above the Cincin and to dust we must return." Be it fund the Ou lrnntees Issued only does THE effect tnd the aecotlittnn of loans of by a cure. & GAYLE CO., and J. W. UAYLE, 1nn9ul further tant duty, decline to serve, either nati Southern high bridge. Jiesolved, That we cherish his mem- Frankfort, Ky. As the Beattyville lock, on which because thev are unwillintr to make ory in our achieves; that a page of the small sacrifice demanded of their j the Goverment has uselessly expend our records be dedicated to his memtime or because they shrink from en- ed 100,000, is to be discontinued, the ory; that these resolutions be pubgaging in a contest for public otOce. Department at Washington has lished in our city papers, and a copy We will pay the abova reward for any caso of his family. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headathe, InThey are an integral part of the nrflorfirl r.hnr, r,h lnrtro nmrmnf. rS )thereof mailed toG. SOHEAFER, digestion, Constipation, or Cnstlveness we cunnot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the whole and what affects the general stone gotten out for that lock be utiH. O. MURRAY, directions are strictly complied with. They are good is certain to affect each citizen lized in building Lock No. 7. This John E. Kirtley. tlurely Vegetable, and never full to give sutlsfuc-PoSugar Coated. Large boxes, containing 1)0 Committee. whose interests are identified with will probably add as much as $30,000 puis, cents, uewar? or countenens anu imitations. The genuine manufactured only by the city's future. To a reader of the to the recent amount of 150,000 apTHE times, it appears that this is the propriated for next year's work and The following resolutions wore ILL. JOHN C.byWEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, eURES NOTHING BUT PILES, nil druggist. Forsale v of the city materially contribute to the speedy adopted by Capital Lodge No. 6, 1. O. "tide in the affairs" MANHOOD RESTORED. "whioh, taken at the flood, leads on completion of the projected lock. G. F., on Monday evening: CERTAIN CURE "8ANATIVO,",the A SURE and years omitted,' "all the At present nothing can be done toWhereas, It has pleased an to fortune;" but if known for 15 as tho BEST Wonderful Spanish Itrmrdy, is told irlth a Providence to take from among REMEDY FOR PILES. Voyage" of its after life will be wards No. 7, except to level the Writton Guarantee frvptrsdbr RIClURDf OB.mLOB WD. CO., BT.L0UIS. us our beloved brother to euro all Kcivoua DisSfnford 'bound in shallows and in, miseries." ground and get out the timber. The Goin who has been a prominent TtWf eases, such 03 Weak Memory, Loss of Brain 'In fact every consideration prompts stone at Beattyville will be floated member of Capital Lodge No. 6, 1. O. rower, .ucnancne, Wal.ofatncsB.Lost Manthe selection this year of1 the very down on the first freshet, and as soon O. F., for over 48 years, being initihood, KerrouincM, Lasbest material in the city for council- - as possible next spring tho work will ated February 19, 1844. Therefore Before & After Use.1 situde, all drains and I obj of power of the be it OcnerotlTo Organs In Photographed from life. men and school trustees ana tnere bo entered upon vigorously. Resolved, That we bow in humeltner sex, causen vj or tho excessive youthful should either be a united action in ble submission to the Divine overexertion, opium, or Indiscretions,which ultimately nse of tobacco, stltrulanti, & will of tho Grand Master of the lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Innanlty. Put up Catarrh Can't be Cured nomination a citizens' ticket or else in convenient form the rest pocket. Trice Universe. We feel it to be our duty (1 n package, or 6 fortocarrvln every J5 order e Rltre a $8, with each party should have none but to express our sincere sorrow written to euro or With local Circular free its most worthy and public spirited not reach applications, as they can- loss this Lodge has sustained. at tho money, guarantee to anjr address. rofund the tient by mall the seat of the disease. in plain envelope. Mention this pnper. Address, citizens to stand for oin6e. Resolved, That we extend to his MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Branch Office for U. 8. A. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional ZM Deal bom Street, CIIIUAOO, ILL. disease, and in order to cure it you bereaved family, relatives and friends have to take internal remedies. Hall's our heartfelt sympathy in the sad FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KY., UV Grand Secretary Nelson. Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and bereavement whioh has fallen upon acts directly on blood and mu- them, by tho loss of one who was P ft. CARPENTER, DruQQist. Mr. 0. A. Nelson, of this city, one of cous surfaces. It the porscribed by dear to all, and would point them for was the representatives ofCapital Lodge, one of tho best physicians in this comfort to Him who doth all things August Souittx Side. ' No. 0, Independent Order of Odd Fel- country for years, ' and is a regular well. Resolved, That these resolutions bo composed of lows, in tho Grand Lodge of Ken- prescription. It iacombined with tho spread upon the mbiutes of our best tonics known, the tucky, which has heen in session in best blood nuriffers. actine direutlv Lodge and a copy be sent to his famiRESIDENCE .PROPERTY Covington this week, was honored by 'on tho mucous surface. . The perfect ly and the city papers be requested qNIE LARGE Hunt, Intoly occupied by Oen.OF 1 Mrs. P. B. P. W. Hitrdln, situated ut the south end of Shelby body on Wednesday by being combination of the two ingredients to publish the same. that THOS. HUNTER, street, South Krunkfo't. There ure 25 ncres In iiirvvjQ) mr is what produces such, wonderful ' elected Grand Secretary.' Mr. Nelson results in curing catarrh. Send for the place, all in Brass except the garden. G. W. ItEOOK, Bl QrfT a a Vv 1l Splendid locution for u dairy. H. A. McCoy. "will make a faithful and efficient testimonials. FRANK CIUNN. (J5TREET, ' Committee. - officer and tho Grand Lodge will have F. J. OHEENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Fkankfoht, Sept. 24, 1892.-tno cause to regret their selection. fjSfSold by druggists, 75 cents. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Notice. ,JIo has for the past ton years For Sulo at a Bargain. been tho foreman at tho Hermitage cures' Dyspepsia, which position ho has cooper-shoTAKEN UP AS A STRAY BY C.H. JULIAN, A & Ono Deorlnjj binder, nearly now. i runner living uuouteigut roues iroinirnnx filled to the entire satisfaction of his Ono Ball tobacco rerotv, aa good as fort, one black sow, with crop off of left ear. which has been valued by tno undersigned ni employers. The position to which now. inquire oi J. W, UUUANMAN, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. eight dollars. O. JR. (InUTCHER & 00. Oct. 7, j. p. f. a ho has boon elected carries with it a 13-l- y. salary of twelve hundred dollars a'year NOVEMBER ELECTION. but ho may have to make his headquarters in Louisville, whioh is to be Ofllcors Appointod to Sorvo at tho Polls. regretted, as in thatsevent Frankfort citizen. will lose a first-clas- s The following is tho list of offlcerB appointod to serve at the polls at the When Nature election next month, viz: may bo best to Vbgler's Store Thomas Rodman, Needs assistance it render it promptly, but one should jr., and R. H. Gayle, judjros: Thomas remember to use even the most per- Wiard, clerk, and J. Price Williams' fect remedies only when needed. Biienu. The best and most simple and gentle Bridge- - John S. Harrod and John remedy is the Syrup of Figs, manu- M. Coleman, judges; Thos. P. Rogersj factured by the California Fig Syrup clerk, and B J. Weitzel, sheriff. Co. Court House John E. Miles and J. W. Gayle, judges; R. Doing Bettor Business. clerk, and H. D. Harrod, sheriff. Market House Henry Ellwanger September During tho month of Kentucky Midland Railway and wm, Wells, Judges; M.P.Gray, the handled eight thousand passengers, clerk, and B. W. Jenkins, sheriff. Gas House Stephen Fulis and being one thousand more than was Louis Weitzel, judges; W. H. Murray, handled during the same month last year. The Midland is slowly but clerk, and Oscar Horancourt. sheriff. Crutcher School House A.G. Jeff-er-s surely gaining in favor with the and John Toppass, judges; WJ JB. raveling public. It is ono of the Robinson, clerk, and Howard Black, best built roads in the State, makes good time and seldom misses a con- sheriff. Forks of Elkhorn J. W. French nection. and H. 0. Greenup, judges; 0. P. Greenup, clerk, and John Bowen, Republican Speaking. sheriff. g Thero will be a Republican Peak's Mill 0. B. Haydon and G. mass-meetin- for Infants and Children Cttatorls cores Colic, OonaUpaUon, 4'CMterla to bo well adapted to children that Capital City Business College. B.'r E Vent-wort- h, - .o t M. v SAPOLIO -- H ! Are Quiokly Married. Try It la aw - yT j ' -- j v' mat-ters-'whi- ch w educa--cation- al 17-a- self-ubu- se CROMWELL, EY-AT-LA- ' I r-nt- $500 Reward! TABLER'SPHE BUGKEYEljLC n. OINTMENT '19 I in-l- all-wi- se nM A syssi i k 'n fi vj k 13-l- flKSffiSP iiij rs xx f. Estray 1892-l- stion p, Debility. f f uN MASTIN BROTHERS jy In the World ;1 - For the Money ! tjit pr ap-pear Agents For COLTS, 1 7 .3 l c. smith; Or"CJ IV E. C. PARKER and Loaded Shells, Shultz and Black Powder. s - (,- - Hj w m HORSE BLANKETS and BUGGY ROBES FfiANKFOflT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT, OCT. 16, 1892. Jim Miss Sadio Soanlau. MiB3 Sadie Scanlan, who will i day eveninc: next, October 19th, in her remarkably successful play, "Nora Machree," has justly earned t ie title of 'Erin's Nightingale," and queen of Irish colleens. To a magnetio personality, peculiarly her own, this oharxning actress brings to her work an enthusiasm that never tires. The apparet which Bhe takes in her acting has its effect, and between this captivating artist and her audience there is always a mutual feeling, producing the merriest results. Not only does she play her own character to perfection, but causes all around her to look and act their, parts, and a performance by her company is always spirited and bright. self-enjoyme- at the Opera House on Wednes- Rev. W. L. McEwan. We clip the following from the Wilmington, Delaware, West End Hecord: At the September meeting of the Board of Directors of the West End Heading Room, the resignation of the President, the Rev. Wm. L. MoEwan, was received with much regret. The directors feel that no member of the Hoard has been so necessary, and will be so missed from the work. Prom the first feeble of the Room to its present larger growth and usefulness, the wise counsel, the strong administration and the untiring activity of Mr. McEwan, have been its very life, It has been so largely and completely his work, that itho lines which he laid down,' and the ideas which he suggested, will be the frame work of its future development. It is not too much to say, that whatever good work the Room may do in the years to come will bo primarily and al.the ways due to the emergy, and the wisdom of its first President. , self-sacrific- e, a W' t . ' On tho Way to Paradise. Let us hope that the people who habitually disregard their health will reach that desirable place, and avoid the locality which Is less desirable as an eternalresldences on account of the heat and surroundings generally. But while wo tarn In this vale of tears, why should we voluntarily endure the tortures ot dj spepsla when a systematic use ot Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters will rid us ot the atrocious malady .which unless physicians are very much at fault tends to shorten the terra of our existence. Heartburn, Biliousness, constipation ulmostujways accompany this joom-plainudure symptomatic of it. These are all extinguished by the Bitters, which also conquers completely malaria, rheumatism, nervousness Bince tho upptarance of 'ia ond debility. singular mastery over this ?:rlpp6" It has shown a complaint that has carried off so ' many ot our brightest and best. nt f Aooidentto Miss Mary MoEwan. A distressing acoldent happened to Mary MoEwan on the South Side Wednesday. Sho attended the marriage that day of her cousin, Miss Carrie McEwan, to Mr. John R. Todd and started homo in a carriage with Mrs. Henry Mattern and Mrs. Jane Todd. After tho other ladies had gotten out at their homos and as Miss McEwan was directing the driver to take her to the homo of her father, Mr. William MoEwan, tho carriago polo broke and tho horses became un-- . managoablo and ran away. Noar they Dunigan & Nicol's saw-miwhioh threw strudk a lumber pile Miss McEwan out and turned tho carriage ovor. When assistance arrived it was found that Miss MoEwan Miss, ll .i- s- ye- - had sustained such injuries that she A FRANKFORT INVENTIO- Nwas unable to walk, and another confor veyance was necessary to take her Simple and Piano or Organ Accom- ' homo. Dr. U. V. Williams was called paniments. to attend tho unfortunate lady and discovered that the small bond of her It is not generally known but within leg, just above the ankle, had been the next week or two there will be a fractured and that a number of pain- Frankfort invention before the public ful abrasions were made on her face whiclv for its simplicity and ingenand; arms. Though the Injuries are ious perfection .of plan, is without a not of a serious nature it will proba- rival in tho field of useful patents. bly be five or six weeks before sho It Ib a chart to enable any one, withwill be able to walk again on her out a knowledge of music, to play all limb. The carriage belonged to of the principal (major and minor) Mangan & Darnell and was badly chords in all of the keys on tho piano, damaged. organ or melodian. Tho chart is lithographed on a card board about Miles' Norvo and Livor Pills. two feet long and six inches wide and Act on a new principle regulating is to stand edgewise, facing tho perthe liver, stomach and towels though former, with tho bottom resting in the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. the grove at the rear portion of the Miles' Pills speedily euro biliousness, key board. It can not bo described bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and within the limitod space that can be children. Smallest, mildest, surest. given to it in this paper, bo that tho 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at reader may clearly comprehend its y J. W. Gayle's , Frankfort , Ky . quickly-learne- d uses without witnessing its application to a piano,but it Matrimonial. J s sufficient to say that at a glance a number of the first professors of Mr. Charles Ros-He- ll Ros sell-Willi- s and Miss Jennie Willis, of Lees-tow- music, both in Louisville and Lexingwere married Tuesday night at ton, to whom it was recently shown, the Methodist parsonage, Rev. H. G. admitted that it would be worth many times its cost of one dollar; either to Henderson officiating. Mitchell-Bryan- t Miss Annie those who are studying music or to such only Bryant, of Harrodsburg, who was of music, who, without a knowledge would find a( pleasure married Wednesday to Mr. Eugene being able, almost mechanically, in to Mitchell, of Louisville, was well play accompaniments on the piano or known in this city where she has organ to tho voice, flute, violin or often visited. other musical instruments. J.tia such Mr. EmllHal- - a Bimple pleasure producing device di and Miss Annie Lutkemeier were that, like all simple patents which , 311.. J I. iiitu married Tuesday afternoon at 9 iuu puupiu louuuy uuupu li. use, Ji. ib o'clock at the residence of the bride's raises the wonder why it' was never brother, Mr. WO. Lutkmelor, on thought of before. It remained, howLewis street. Rev. Father Qorey per- ever, for Mr. Henry Brady, of this formed the ceremony. city, a musical genius, to first conceive the idea, which, with Mr. Wm. an- Newman Tho Sohweers nouncement has been made that Mr. A. Whitehead's" assistance, was afterJoseph G. Sohweers and Miss Maggie wards developed and perfected into G. Newman will bo married next the chart now being manufactured Wednesday morning, October 26, at for sale to the public. These gentlenine o'clock at the Church of the men were fortunate in associating Good Shepherd. Mr. Sohweers is the with them in the business Mr. Sam manager of the Frankfort Browing Shea, whose quick mind and indua- one of trial enterprise will insure the firm Company and his bride-eletho Tiandsomest young ladies in the success and large returns. city. Both are popular and have a A reported outbreak of cholera at large circle of trends. Helmetta, N. J., created much ex- Lounsbury Tuesday citement in that vicinity. InvestigaHudson tion showed that the disease was not night at the First Presbyterian oholera but a violent dysentery Church in Stamford, Connecticut whioh is almost as severe and dangerMiss Louise Lounsbury, the youngest ous as oholera. Mr. Walter Willard, a prominent merchant of Jamesburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles two miles from Helmetta, says ChamHugh Lounsbury, of that city, was berlain's Oolio, Cholera and Diarrhoea united in marriage to Mr. W'lliam Remedy has given great satisfaction dysencases P. Hudson, jr., of this city, Rev. Dr. in the It most severe one. ofof best tery. is certainly the Vail, the pastor of tho church, offici things ovor made: For sale by J. W. lm ating. An outline of the happy oc- Gayle, Druggist. casion was published.in the issue of Music. two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson will return to Frankfort about tho Miss Maria Lindsey, who has tho first week in November and be at past season been under the training home totholr friends after the 15th of Herr Raif, Professor of Berlin, will return from Germany, October 20th, of that month. 1892, and resume her classes in music, o (piano and theory), at her father's Is Marriago a PailuroP residence, south west corner of Wanning and Washington stroets, FrankHave you boon trying to get the fort, Ky. A best out of existence 'without health in your family? Have you been Tho best whisky ever offered to woaring out you life from tho oflbots the trade at $2 per gallon, at John of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and Drlscoll's, tho liquor morohunt, 217 Indigestion? Aro you sleepless at Broadway street. night? Do you awake in tho morning Bank Stock for Salo. fooling languid, with coated tongue and sallow, haggard looks? Don't do it. A shout In the camp tells how Eleven shares in city banks, in lots Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer has to suit purdhasors. Apply at this cured others; it will cure you. Trial office. package froe. Largo size 50o. at Ohapman & Williams. For pure brandies, best domestlo wines in the olty,' call on John DrlB-coltho liauor merchant. 217 Broad- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. . way street. Self-Regulati- ng JACOB SWIG JERT & COM Have Removed From the Batzell Building COST MATTr SaZESJEZEZT a?o i H101MD102fflNSTEET -- 4 "i fcBaismint of fha Cttpfhrt Hti3U- WWThey will fill Uussfoce with ao cniindyarewr ativmrimmaitmiim short time. EDWARD -- 23DE3l.OX,ZO-uZj- CLAASSEN I -- .? 45-l- Plumber, GasssSteam Fitter -- i , n, AND DEALER IN- - Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Giosets, PIPE AND FITTINGS,- ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Opposite State House, I BRYANT & STRATTON Business write" College Haldi-Lutkemei- er -- for Catalogue and Full Information. 8HORTHAND, TELEORAPHY, &0. O taWIW l"fc IB W I 1 I E? fcf V fe.fa.fa-,- B CURES ALL H. G. MATTERS, -- TEaCE- DISL Consumption S ES i titTiittr, 334 MAIN STREET, ct VI bel!?Je 'M0 be one of medicines S0N' T,no Physicians, two years ago. sulci uiy wife had consumption, both lungs allectnl. I have had to send her outh for several springs to keep htr alive, but since she bus been taking Kadara'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. "B. T. POOLE. Cedarown. Ga." Cured. the be4 FRANKFORT, HOSTraQClBTITT. KY. BMT1SQC1XITT. Several Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully testily to the cumtiv nnwors nr your medicine. Having been asuflerer from weak lungs, bronchial affection and indigestion, after taking Microbe Killer all of the above symtoms have entirely disappeared. "Yours, etc.. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM "Jnultor Howard T1IOS. L. DAVIS, Memorial Library. -.- new urieans, La." VJERMMGE Has led all Worm Remedies. Astluna and Catarrh Cured. FOR 20 YEARS -- - m m -- "I have been a sutferer from asthma and EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. catarrh, for more than two years p.ist. getting most of my sleep sitting up In bed or recllt ing in SOIJD EVERYWHERE. a chair. I ha e used one ueot Mlcrohn mcmRDSOS.TATLOR MKP. CO,, BT.LOUI3. Killer, and for the Inst three weeks hae been I Frtptrt J T steeping nniurauy, sounuiy ami sweetly at a child. I attribute my relief to the remedy, and heartily recommend It to unr one nattering from asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. ."Bespectfully, "EDWIN It. MOOUE, "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvllle. Ga." fl-- Killer tor llltcend.i)s I am entirely cured, after being sick two years with malarial raver, and during which timet contracted other diseases, flux. etc. I was atended during this time by three ot the best doctors of tho city without being bene-tltte-d, "WM. DOHERTY, "10 Celeste Et., Now Orleans. La." Fevor and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after tiklng Nurseries ? FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUECRASS Microbe i Mr. Itmlnm'g Microbe Killer Cures all Diseases by Itounniiiyr tho Can so. Send 2 cents stamp for circular and the MIcrobo War. shows what disease Is and.what the remedy must be, and do, to cure It. Head It, circulate It and youylll the discoverer for saving your life. Address HADAM'SMICnOUEKILL'CR, NashWlle. Tenn. J. W. GAYLE or LkCOMPTE & GAYLE CO. solo agents for Frunklln coui.tr. Vines, and every thing usually found In s uuli nit establishment. A full stouk. Prices Low. we pay no agents. Descriptive catalogues on application. OF ALL KINDS. Smalii Fruit3. Aspaiiaovs. Grape iCS H. F. HILLEN6UIEYER. LEXINGTON, KY. Oct8-3- l. 0-- 4t Jan, lG-ly- .. h ' 1 i FRUIT A CANS, FRUIT JARS, Ten quart bucket une auart cortee-Do- t , 1 -- JELLY ;.' GLASSES V'JBA - Procelian Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers At reduced prices. V.l Examine prices on Tinw,aii?? " 4 1 v.i j. 25 y- - .;V ' . II vftjaj One quart bucket Two quart bucket Three quart bucket Four quart bucket Six quart, bucket Eight quart bucket v . v ......". . S cents. '. . . . ; . . . . . 5 " 10 10 15 Three quart Four quart wo quart conee-po- t coffee-po- t coffee-po- ......' . . . 'VBW- ;.'.'. . t ' ." . . . . ; 10 . jv . c i Miam" --tfiWBr, -wm i 10 15 ' i, . nr ' -- . . . . . 20 41 Jt .TgrM.'l W ? ;ftK - A8, Four qt., 30c; 6 qt, 40c; 8 qt., 50 c; 10 qt., 55 c; 12 qt.. 60c; 14 qt., 65c; 16 qt., 75c; 18 qt. 85c; 20 qt., S;.oo; 24 qt., $1.25. ' Work sdlicited and satisfaction guaranteed. , Roofing, Guttering and Tor 0 '.'. 'T r fort's refusal to adopt standard time, which nearly every city in the counON MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, one try had long since adopted and found Telescopic Sights for Cannon. 01 most complete-to work admirably. He moved then aoicest the clock be made to keep staniinfis rT Another Frankfort invention, other that time, if in its present bad condard to Olives, Olive than that of Brady, Whitehead & dition it could be made to keep any Peas, Mushrooms, Asparagus, Shea's musical device, made its ap- kind of time, and the motion was Oil, vote: adopted by the pearance to the public this week. It Messrs. Church,following Shaw, yeas. Truffles. &c. class tin: Ngw "Erinm Gaines, Haff is a telescopic sight for cannons which and Darnell 5; nays, Messrs. Staten, Pineapple Cream Cheese, California Evaporated New Mr. Valentine Berberich, the mer- Collins and RichardBon 3. Meal, jfearl Barley, &c. Mr. Haff followed thiB action of the chant tailor, secured by letters patent committee from Washington City, of date Octo- council by amotion that a from one ber 11, 1892. The specification de- of three councilmen, to inquire each appointed into scribes it as a telescope provided ward, be of a new clock for the, court- CALL AND SEE OUR GOODS WHETHER YOU PUR6HASE OR NOT power to see the coBt with lenses of sufficient house tower. It was adopted and from one to ten miles for cannon of President Staten appointed Messrs. to the largest size, from one-ha- lf comthree miles for field guns and from Haff, Darnell and Shaw as the one hundred yards to one mile for mittee.Capital Gaa and Electric Light The rifles. It is supported alongside of Company having instituted a suit in Vio mm nnrl nnnVflnifinHv llfitJirhn.hlfi Franklin Circuit Court to therefrom, so that it may be taken off thethe city the amount alleged recover 7 to before firing, to of the company for lighting be after sighting and the prevent injury to the instrument. due amount The frame is provided with a slotted streets, and more than which city for PLAT CREEK RESIDENTS. duo the aro which, by the aid of a clamp nut, the city claims is of the supposed taxes arising ,out serves to retain the telescope in amendment by the new Constitution Meeting to Co. Raise Subscriptions for FranKfor? any desired adjustment. A scale of that part of the contract between a Turnpike. supported, by the frame or sight bar is the city and gas company in the range of the telescope and has it was stipulated that the gasin which compaits nointed ton formed to serve as ny should be exempted from city There is a large area of the county Degrees are marked the front sight. a resolution was adopted bounded "by the Kentuckyriver, the uDon the sitrht and every aid mechan taxation, to the effect that the Mayor and fi- Henry county line and the Flat Creek HaVe opened Sale Rooms on ically devised to give perfection of nance committee be authorized to turnpike, in which there is no road " aim. employ a The inventor, who was in active the city competent attorney to assist to enable the people to reach the representing attorney artillerv service durinrr the war as a the cause of jtho cityin the suit re- schools, churches or this city, exceptin 2d Ohio battery, under member of the way of a very bad country the command of Gen. mckeniooper, ferred to. The coancilthen adjourn- ing by road, part of which, from the mouth had ample opportunity to make a study ed. of Flat Creek to the head of Tadpole of the needs of a telescopic sight for Matrimonial. long-rang- e guns. A patent nas also Branch, is in the bed of the creek. (1KQ SEE been granted by England audit is the GET M. D. Woods As a step towards the construction of intention of Mr. Berberich to open negotiations for the use of his inven- and Miss Robo Allen, of Bridgeport, a turnpike the residents of the. pretion with all the large manufacturers in this county, went to Jeffersonville, cinct held a meeting at Pleasant Ridgo when of cannon and smaller fire arms in Indiana, Wednesday and were mar- Church Saturday night, called to Air. John Henry Moore was the the world. ried by Squire Keigwin. The same chair and Rev. Mr. Reed and Mr. J. ceremony joined Mr. Wm. M. Hen- W. McQaillen were made secretaries. THE CITY COUNCIL. derson and Miss Alice James, df Lock-por- t, Addresses on the necessity of a turnin Henry county, who chanced Meeting Tuesday Night Standard to be present for the same purpose. pikeawere made by various speakers Is now in successful operation for the treatment of the and committee on subscriptions ap-uaa .BeTime Adopted consisting of Messrs. George Mr. John R. Todd Sointed, Ransford Grugin, ,J. W. llows' Orphanage. and Miss Caroline H. McEwan were "W. S. Duvall and George The city council held an important quietly married at the home of tha Gaines. A lively interest in the meeting Tuesday night, with all the bride'a mother, on Broadway, Wed- cause was manifested and the comOFFICE LOCATED AT members present except Mr. John nesday morning at 0:30 o'clock. Rev. mittee subspquently reported that Mastin. their efforts on the occasion had been 105 and 100 Ann Street, CAPITAL HOTEL BLD'Gr McEwan, brother of the rewarded by a subscription of $635 Mayor Tobin informed the council Wm. L.pastor . of in charge, and conthat'he had approved the ordinance bride, in WebBter the Presbyterian and the right of way for the first With JDx. 3-- IF1.. Grove, Missouri, Church for the suppression of disorderly performed the ceremony. miles. The meeting adjourned three sulting physicians, Drs. E. E. HUME and G. W. CHINN. 's Mr. houses, and also the ordinance to when, in view of the This is an opportunity of being permanently relieved of the terrible: wife, who was formerly Miss. until obtain control of that part of the Lizzie fact that the routeis over one of the this city, diseases, 'Alcoholism, and Morphine. Our remedy is a Versailles turnpike lying within the Bessie Watson, of Madison, and Miss steepest and longest hills and that Cochran, Indiana, the city limits. have long been paying among Clerk Payne stated that the turn- wereoccasion. the visitors present on taxes to aid other parts of the county Complete, Cure!! Absolute After the ceremony to build their roads, it is probable the pike company had offloially accepted the happy Which is Guaranteed. departcouple the provisions of the ordinance, ure for Louisville, took their and that a petition will be formulated whereupon "An ordinance requiring Madison, Indiana,North Vernon pro- asking the county court of claims to where they the Capital Railway Company to posed to make brief visits to their render the projected road some as- -' V. L. CLARK, J. W. GAyLE, maintain and keep in repair the por- friends and relatives. The bride is the siBtance in the way of a county subPresident- Secretary. aug.20.3m between the rails, tion of its road-be- d daughter of Mr. Alex.MoEwan, deceas- scription. . where the same is located on, over type of young womor upon what was formerly the Prank-for- t, ed, and is a lovelypopular in the social Chicago and Beturn. Fublio Speaking. A quick and permanent cure. Mr. anhood. She is $urn-pik- e Lexington and Versailles circles and has the best wishes of all her J. M. Kessler, 1410 W. LombardjSt., road," was presented and unani- numerous friends. The groom came Baltimore, Mel., says: "I take great The L. & N. will sell tickets to Senator W. H. Jones will address-thmously passed. here eight years ago from Madison, pleasure in saying that in a case of Chicago and return Oct. 16th to 10th, people in thePeak's Mill neighMr. O. M. Berryman's grocery in business, neuralgia in my family, I found Sal- Dedicatory ceremonies Columbian license was fixed at $30 per year and Indiana, and his successthrift won for vation Oil effectual and spee dy in Exposition at the low rate of $8 borhood next Wednesday, at 2:30 which a petition from Mr. E. M. Williams, him, ishis industry and endorsement the cure of the patient." o'clock, on the political issues of the round trip. Good, to return Oct. 31. itself a splendid asking that his coal liqense be re$5.46 limited first class to Chicago , day. The Senator is an able speaker' ins wortn. of l duced to $30, was laid on the table. Death of Mr. Tom Knott. and should have a large crowd. Ills., via the L. &N. Williams-WhitwortPresident Staten informed the County be accompanied by other speak W. W. Alexander, council that ho understood the Grand Judge B. G. Williams was married in ers. Agent. Mr. Thomas McOlure Knott, son of Lodge of Odd Fellows, in session at Mi considering the ad- Louisville Wednesday evening to the late Richard Knott, formerly of 20 cents to 45 Covington, was Soal buckets from visability- of erecting an Orphan's Miss Rose "Whitworth, daughter of this city, died at the residence of his Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorlai Buckley's. o Home and it was said that a number Mr. John Whitworth, of 2,226 West mother in Louisville at 12:46 yesterKing's Eoyal Qermatcur. of the members favored Frankfort Jefferson street. The ceremony was day afternoon, after a lingering illperformed at the Methodist Church as the location for the home. Mr. Richardson then moved that on Jefferson, between 10th and 20th ness of several years with consumpthe medicine of the Mr. W. B. Bridgeford, a delegate to streets, Rev. Dr. H. L. Lovelace off- tion. Mr. Knott was a true Christian, century, Its phenominal success as Courier-Journno terrors the to whom death had the Lodge from this city, be wjred as iciating. The bride, who the ADMINISTRATOR OF 8. 8. CALMES, people and favorite states, is only seventeen years transition from earthly suffering to a seller acknowledged with the of the A8 deceased, we will oiler to. the hlghost bidder, follows: "Frankfort wants the home wonder on the rrjmlsos of said Cutoies, two undone-ha- lf is a decided blonde and a pop blissful repose in the beautiful be- is the and will offer inducements." The of ace. Based upon the miles west of Frankfort, on Benson Creek, on welcomed. medicine world. ular member of society in that part yond being gladly motion was adopted. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, directing J S. Magill, of the city. She wore a handsome During the days and months of his modern, and at once popular, com- SATURDAY, OCT. An ordinance 22, 1892, L. P. Tarlton, Miss Christine Reyn- white silk gown with pink roses at suffering he prayed that death might mending itself as a necessary househim to olds, Q. F. Borry, Dr. E. E. Hume, the corsage, which set off her beauty come speedily and hold remedy. It advertises best by nil of the household any kitchen furniture, stock' Miss Lucy Bush, Mrs. Wm. Saffell, to excellent advantage. There were tho loving wife who preceded him to its use. Specific for all Catarrhal orop and funning Implements,, belonging to the' Judge's friends, be- the grave a little more than a year diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood deceased at the time of ulsdnith. The stock James A. Scott, Joseph Rodman and a number of the consists of 1 saddle and harness ,mare, Belle; 1 D. L. Haly, owners of lots or parts of sides the members of nis family from ago. He leaves one son, a bright lit- Purifier. C years old. by Mark Diagray It is without doubt street, between this city, in attendance at the wed- tle fellow three years old, to the care most reliable germ destroyer in the mond:mare, Mamie J,, 4 years old by Bay wood ;T. lots fronting Cross lroan mare, his grandmother. geldlne, very large. 2 yean old, by AlexSteele and Main streets, on the South ding. After the ceremony a recep- of and to the extent that the brown Abdallah; 1 roan gelding, 2 years old, by ander's To his afflicted mother, whoso cup germ Side, to grade and macadamize said tion was held at the residence of the theory is correct, King's Royal John Wilkes. and passed brido's parents, where supper was of sorrow in late years has been full, Germeteur is the remedy. It is no' street, was introduced hv a vote of four yeas to three nays. served to a large number of invited pressed down and running over, and accident but is the result of fifteen THIfcaS OF S.IjE3: Work is to begin on the street with- friends. The couple left that night to the brothers and sisters, who will years study of medical genius. For All sums under five dqllurs cash an1 all sums , be oalled upon to look into ann note with good security will be reover for an eastern trip atad will return to in thirty days. 10 quired.that sale by Chapman & Willmrae. Sale to begin ut 10 o'clo;k. Mr. Darnell called the attention of this city some time next week and other now made grave of a loved THE FIUNKFOUT 8AFET5f, VAULT AND-TRUST COMPANY. the council to the old clock on the make their homo at the residence of one, we tender our warmest sympa- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. thy. Elijah Harper, Auctioneer. court-hous- e and the folly of Frank the groom's father on Main street. MR. V. BERBEBICH'S PATEN JOHN T. BXJOI2:i,El"y. j. WE OPENED ever brought French in and Frankfort. and tne ana Fancy Groceries Fruits, Oat i . a j J. HEENEY. The South Side Grocer Furniture , maifacfufii Ann Street, near Christian Church. 6018 WooD5-ALLEN-M- r. HU m PIES. Frankfort Sanitary institute Liquor, Morphine and Tobacco Habits T'loriCLpSOn Todd-MoEwa- n Mc-Quille- n, Mc-Ewan- t, tax-paye- rs and Permanent - -- $ "'if ( e He-wil- h 'v & t. .1 Pre-eminent- Public Sale. al ro-uni- to ex-istan- to-da- y ':ku ' 1r t ' EK " ' 'i igt-A ifP TV ' .". IT?' L.B zt, H ii I ." ;ra I ' - 7 tar II IFxactical i - E. O. ZEHAGEN, Opticistxi, of IfcTe-w "STorls:. , f "C "Mi-S- Silver'ware '. .4 Ai A new display of Elegant Silverware for n VVU w: v- VV.- sj J i. (Cut Showing (ruraejtoo Lars?.) tORRECTS all errors of refraction scientific illy and examines the the Oculist Test Case, Opthalmascope,' Retinoscope, tc, free of charge. Lenses ground to brder and frames made to suit the face, at ELBERT'S, Monday, Handsome Wedding and Birthday Presents 4 f ift Tuesday, Wednesday, November 7th, 8th, 9th, OUR NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY. y And two days each month thereafter. Glasses as low as no cents. The Arid we are showing the latest and best articles only. Purchasers can rest assured that our prices are best assortment of Gold Eye, Glasses and Spectacles to select from. beyond a doubt the lowest and our quality the best, If your head aches, eyes burn or water, sight blurs, and your glasses don't suit, come and consult me si 1 s I i I Religious. . 3. M. A. SELBEET, The Jeweler, FRANKFORT: yn r membered in this community. The Death's Doings. exercises, recitations, &c, by the Sunday'pupils and an address' by We would be greatly obliged to the -school Mr. B. F. Trurabo, who was strickMinisters and officers of churches in the the pastor. Bro. Eberhardt, were very en with paralysis some two weeks ' city if they would, furnish us with any instructive, clearly indicating the rapid strides the religion or the Lord ago, died Thursday at the residence announcements which they may" wish We have only a few of them, Jesus has made among the heathon of his son, Mr. L. A. Trumbo, at Jett's anade.1 but eyery lady shoula have one. nations during the past one hundred Station. Tho funeral took place yesAsk at years. It is a bright little book about n "Rev. H. G. Henderson will preach Mr. JBob Williams, of Bath county, terday morning at Jetts, and the re-- , Our Store a New good carpet sweepers about at Cedar Ohapel afternoon has taken lodging in our midst, from mains were taken to his old home in at 3 o'clock. whence ho attends the Frankfort City Bath county for interment. RISSELL'S CARPET School. pr- -r , Mr. Eiavood Collins, a son of Mr. Mies Jennie Goddard and brother, Southern Presbyterian Church N"fTlt 77Te J2i t ID ' SWEEPERS. Rev. VV. G. Neville will occupy his George, visited relatives in Wood- W. L. Collins, of this county, died of " tfitUrJU Tiff T j if ,' pulpit 11 ford county last Saturday and Sun- typhoid morning at fever at Campbollsville, JBrief Way That everyone who lives on carday. o'clock and 7:30 p. m. Taylor county, Sunday evening. The Mr. Barton Clubb has visited friends pets ought to read. Sixteen pages Baptist Church Rev. W. 0. Tay- in Shelby county since our last re- deceased was about twenty-thre- e of new ideas, put in a new way. years of age and of a happy, warmlor, the pastor, will occupy his pulp'it port. Regular services at the Christian hearted disposition which drew to morning at 11 o'clock, and Church at him a large circle of young friends. and t "it 7:30 p. m., as usual. tne usual nours. Mr. Howard Stedman made a busi- The remains were brought to this city . Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. ness trip, to Louisville last week. Monday and"rtlie funeral preaohed Penick, the rector, will occupy Sorghum making in progress. The from tho Christian- Church Tuesday pulpit morning crop is below an average in acreage. lis sat 11 o'clock and in the evening at Yield good. "morning at 10 o'clock, Rev.' Thomas Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court fjouse. ."7:30. Mrs. darah Featherston and daugh- N. Arnold, conducting the Bervico. ter, Miss Jennie, have returned home The remains of Mrs. Julia Johnfrom a visit to friends in Lexington 'I. First Presbyterian , Church! son, who died last Sunday at the resMr. Bert Murphy'has returned to fRev. J. McQluskyBlayney, D. D., ibe pastor, will occupy his pulpit his home in Indiana from an extend- idence of John O. Calhoun, at Monmorning at 11 and at ed visit to his sister, Mrs. Sallie Bur-di- mouth Beach, New Jersey, were in this town. 3:70 p. m. The FranklinCounty Teachers' As- brought to this city Wednesday for 72 Methodist Church Rev, H. G. sociation will meet next Saturday, interment. The deceased was "Henderson, the pastor, will preaoh to- October 22d, in. thfc building of the years of age, a daughter of the late morrow inorning at 11 o'clock and Capital City Business College, at 10 Joel Johnson, of this State, and a o'clock sharp. A full attendance of widow of .Gov. Isaac Johnson, deJn the evening at 7:30. TI7"E pledge ourselves in favor of the teachers is earnestly requested. Suuday-scho- o at 9:30 a. m. Quite a number of our people at- ceased, of Louisiana.- Her father was The Epworth League meets in wadding in a brother of Col. Richard M, Johnthe evening at 6:45 inthe class room. tended the Fjnch-Pryo- r Monterey last Wednesday. son, of Tecumseh fame, and Vice- i -tSr of customers from Dr. R. C. French, made a business UatiiuWu Church The usual trip to Cincinnati the first of the President of the United States. Ma evercharge, adulterations and .misstatements. services at the Church of the Good week. jor D. Vertner Johnson,-- of Lexing' Shepherd will be confor every one with JEZlEllEl TIES-A-IDI- E: Rev. J. H. Burd'n is engaged in a ton and Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, protracted meeting with his churoh the merchant who does mbst for his customers. of Louisville, and other relatives the pastor. Buck Run, Shelby county. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass atMarried October 12. 1892, in Mon were present at tho interment. of monopolistic IFZESO at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:30 p. m. terey, Mr. R. L. French, of this place, f The funeral of Oapt. Sanford Goin x rings inflated valuea and oppressive high prices., ana imsB same iTyor, oi uwen coun- took place Saturday afternoon at 3:30 ChriiiaK Church The usual ty, Rev. J. A. Head, officiating. The of the people's burden services' by the pastor, Rev. George happy couple loft immediately after o'clock at the Methodist Churoh. A and buyer's bugbear tax profits. Drirsie, morning at 11 the ceremony for & short bridal trip, large assemblage of the friends of tho o'clock. No night service. after which they will settle down to deceased were present at the church The Young People's Society of housekeeping in this vicinity. May to pay their last sad tribute to the Christian Endeavor will hold its their pathway be strewn with flowers dead. Rev. H. Gv. Henderson, tho weekly prayer meeting in the and Heaven's richest blessings ever pastor, conducted the services for Xecture Room at 6:50. attend them. R. ROGERS & SON, BISSELL BOOKI i. y tjHyjuj for ..v,a to-nig- Free tothose who ask for it. - t - w n, OUR PLATFORM: DPIEBOI'EOI'IO - v ; , '. n ( HIBITIOIT :k xj. DTJCTI03ST ' ffl 1 -- 1 ' m K, It is jipt unusual fop oolds contracted in the fall to hang on all winter. catarrh and 'In such cases almost sure toohronio bronchitis are result, " A fifty cent bottle of Chamberlain's Oough 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 andean always bo depended upon. For sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. Glad Tidings. the churoh and read a number of lm Big Excitement in Tpwn. Over tho remarkable cures 1jy the grandest specific of the age, Aunt IFanny's Health Restorer, which acts as a natural laxative, stimulates ' the digestive organs, regulates the liver and kidneys and is nature's great liealer and health renewer. If you have Kidney. Liver or Blood Disorder do not delay, but call at Chapman Si Williams drug store for a nree vriiu paoitage. ijarge size ouo. 46 rs Fbrks of Elkhorn. ' ished. A protracted mooting is in progress at P,rovidonoe Baptist Churoh. Large congregations and muoh interest manifested. Mr, B. p. Bigstaff has 0 returned to his homeat Hazel Green from a visit to his many friends in this communiy Beautiffil and bright. Corn cutting and wheat sowing fin- s t Miss d"A who knows something about attend ing to horses and working a garden can nna steady employment by the year on applying to James Goins, Millville, Kyv White man preferred, John Driscoll, th$ lltiuqr merchant, Thi children's contonnial celebra- and must come well recommended. tion f modern missions, in connec217 Brbadway ;, street, has thelineBt tion Vith tho Baptist Churoh at this Dranua Ul WUIBJUUH Jll IUU Ulby. t, fcplaco, yfcs an occasion long to be re-- . Children Cry for Pitcjier's Ctstorla. bhlok-smith;bufllnc- ss. 3-- 8t Eliza Williams, of Bath county, is vls(ting her sister, Mrs. Mattio Whittinrtjton, at this place. Mr. Frank Clubb and family have returned home from a yisit to friends in Heni?y county. Mr, J. K. Parron haB located in our midst and formed a partnership with Mr. John MoBrido in tho The grand specific for the prevailing malady of the ageDyspepsia, Liver Complaint. Rheumatism, General Debility, etc., is Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This reat nerbal tonic stimulates tho Ifvaaffl.A a nirn. rnno wannlnAa tem to vigorous health and energies. samples tree. .Large packages ouo both the Knights Templar and CapiSold by Chapman & Williams. 4- 6We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, tal Lodge, No. 6, of Odd Follows. The and the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction Who Evor were four members of of age or class, and behind our promise stands Hiram Lodge, No. 4, A. Y. M., and Saw a larger or more beautiful line our splendid stock of of dress goods, cloaks, &c, than that four members of Capital Lodge, No. di8playea by us this season? Our 6, 1. O. O. F. m stock consists of all the very newest The Old Original Remedy. styles in wool and silk effects. Our lino, of dress trimmings can not bo Sick people should not be deceived excelled by any house in the oity. ," We have all the new styles in change- by pretenders who talk about able silks and velvets, Persian bands "germs," "bacoilli," &c, to and featherean braids. Our oloaks sell their preparations, thus preventhayo never boon equalled in stylos ing people from buying the original and prices. Wo have them in all tested medioine. "Radam'a Microbe qualities,with fur trimmings and also Killer" is what you need. It is now, plain. Prices the lowest. The repu- and for years has been, making tation wo have, for selling oheap ho- more cures than all other remedies siery and underwear can not bo disput- combined. Read their advertisement ed. Our fast black hosiery are the in this paper. Don't be deceived. best. We are ,agenta for Foster's celDarby's Prophylactic. ebrated kid gloves every pair warThe finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaran ranted and fit to the hand. Please teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. Will Use it in every sick-roocall and inspect our complete lino of See the styles, look at the quality, 'marvel at the prices. l goods, in every department, before keep the atmosphere pure and making your purchases. wholesomejremoving all bad odors WEITZEL & O'DONNBLL, Main street. from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs, Call on John Driscoll, tho liquor infection from all Fevers and all Tho Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, merohant, 217 Broadway street, for pure Anderson county wnisky. contagious diseases. Cos-tivene- selections from the scriptures, when Frankfort Oommandery,No.4, Knight8 Templar, assumed charge and performed the burial ceremony after the rites of their order. The casket was As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our then deposited in the hearse and business record in support of our claim for FAIR, and followed to the cemetery where SQUARE DEALING. it was laid to rest after the rites of BUY AS YOU VOTE INTELLIGENTLY! . mm pall-beare- rs w "Mi-orobi- Boots and Shoes, Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. 4-- tf "4 $1 6-- A Farm Hand Wanted A man on Sims, of New York, says; "I am convinced that Prof. Darby's ProphylacticFluid is a most valu z able disinfectant,' ' The eminent physician, J, Mari- R. K. McCLURE. Boots, Shoes, BUts, Books, &o. I ,6-4- m V V i 1 ffWT' 8 WWWi wn& vq&pff. m ' fe M 1 & Ms. HATS. 1892. I li U 1 1 II L li & o I A li L ft 0 r cruicner srars. ir mmmammmammmmtmnmmmmmmmmmmm,mmmm 1892 r aaaaaaaaBaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaBaaaaaa m ;' D.UNLAP See . 892 FALL They are beauties. Fall Announcement! our Grand Fall Display of NECKWEAR, FALL, 1892. Royal Blue, Altantic Green, Fox Brown. See window. Fall, 1892, new imperial hat, The Comedore; you should have one. the"- In opening our doors to the public with Great shades. UNDERWEAR. variety, beautiful Will you see them? New tr ?' t m Children's - suits, ? THEY vv. 1111- - ARE' BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS. Fall patterns. GREAT. Styfei4?n' .av.is.3 win iiuuuiK buv until yu see ' v MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. Men's Hats and Furnishings, Ladies', Misses, Men's and Boy's Shoe r.cvv ot; See the great collar and cuiT play. dis- OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! Our second floor chuck full them. All prices. Children's knee pants. See what 25c, 35c, up to $1.50, will vdo You will be surprised. Men's dress suits, coachman's suits, wedding suits a specialty. MEN'S and ROYS' boots and Now don't buy until shoes. you 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 mouey. Honesty and fair dealing. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Remember our two immense outlets, FRANKFORT AND LOUISVILLE, gives us big advantage in buying. See the prices and be convinced. Sox, Sox, Sox. One-hal- f dozen, the best in the world, only Great variety other 50c. grades. Trunks and bags, packing trunks, telescopes. No house in the State will show a greater line. LADIE&' and MISSES SHOES. See our great' window display. More styles ithan any two houses in the city. ft r CRUTCHER FRANKFORTttMcasxraas3Z33a -- & AND- STARKS, -- 1 v LOUISVILLE. yj,. u Specimen Cases. dered, his Liver was affected, to an Alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia ana Rheumatism, his Stomach was disor- B. r i Edward Shepherd, Harrodsburg, a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sonnd and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large leg, doctors said Iver sores on his One bottle Eleche was incurable. tric Bitters and one box Bucklen's 'Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by the South Side drug store, 3 P. H. Carpenter. HI., had real agony of soul battles with her nerved will, are specimens of true As "Horemotional excellence. tense," the French maid servant, she is afforded the opportunity to vent her terrible passion, and heat of when in the very exasperation she seems 'to" attain Every her greatest strength. word she utters throughout the entire performance is marked by 'a careful luodulalion, and her enunciation where she defies "Tulking-horn,- " is simply grand, and the power of her voice is phenomenal, it would be difficult to say in which role she excels, doing both with equal merit. At the Opera House to-nig- ht Te! ergi'Mmm twA rnWUlII. jyf Kaa jran wrlltta mi yatt It Uavaa'l, .annBHBSr nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnHanW annnnanannannnrV JaaaaanMaaanaaWaUaaSii ! , ,; frf . 1 aa- Ltttntlon. Jtrtaka I brill)? Ktth aar falrlr inuillgtai panes of riiatr Ml, wha can raad and wril, and wha, fur Initraetlan, Will Wftrk indaa- uiauilr, how t wlalom ml InUUIftat mbltlan (until I mil ta-d- a. KomiM 70a aar ptctal, pirBtt jn A W00DP0JID FARM FOR SALE. the old Bob Ciutcner place, adjolnlne the lann ot Tom Freeman, near Spring Station. I will sell on very reasonable terms. Possession given the first day ot next March. Persons wishing to purchase will please examine the farm and then communicate with or call and see me for terms at Frankfort, Ky, J o UN L. SCOTT, Attorney for Mrs. Mar) I. Johnson. Fkankfout, Ky., fcept. 24, lH92.-2- FOR 44 Of . SA.LJB!: lm j 1 T AM AUTHORIZED TO 8ELL A VALUABLE 60 ncie farm lu Woodford county,' Ky. It Is Frankfort, on thft T.lttlft -Rpnonn nnl , -" www ."" ..r. . " - wines ami turnpiKe; a splendid Eureka ruckaway horse; also one or two hundred locust posts Apply to MKS.R.B. SlcKEE, 8ept.24-lm-.i On the premises. irirnfinAmttt , WVW Tl Moore's' Poultry Remedy. :1 L am Threa TFnlaaj urn w m Now Try Tills, you nothing and will sure- LnnnnnnnasJlBnnnnnnKanaia' annnnnnnnnnBBnnVaaBrlbiannat'a aaalltiat. rhra-am thajr lira, t will alia ferula tba altoatloa mploira.st, r which too tan tarn that amount. I tharra aula and racalfa nothing ualaia ai abova. Koitiiac dlfflcall to Uarn, or that rtar lu tbalr Dal!.-- .. a ow Thoa-un- d t r UNIVERSITY of VWGINIA CHARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. Next session begins 15th Sept. Courses In Art. Enxineering, t,aw, jueaicines, tor annuunve- WJU.il. THORNTON, LL., D., Chairman. TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures "i . ment apply to CHOLERA AND tlonof GAPES. . Ji ia J'3 rtqutraa umt. 1 Wanted. and gentlemen suffering with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottle of Otto's Cure, which we are distributing free of charge, and we can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy Ladies for Coughs, Colds. BronchitiB, Con- sumption, and all diseases of the throat and lungs. It will stop a cough quicker than any known 3' remedy. We will guarantee it to cure ip you. If your children have croup or whooping cough it is sure to give Wire grate fire guards from 50 instant relief. Don't delay, but get centB to S1.25 at Buckley's. Call bea trial bottle free. Large size 50c. fore they are gone. , Sold by Chapman & Williams. 46 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAE-KE6-T. It will cost ly do you good, if you have a Cough, LnnnnnnBUBnnannnnnVoaA. - 58? ready taaght and Cold, or any trouble with Throat, annHrlaC!prorldfd with Chest or Lungs. Dr King's New Disa larra lammmmammmmmmBeamtsmam. nnmbar who ara covery for Consumption, Coughs and maklnroTtrThraa Ihouiand DolUra a Vair. aarh. All li n.w. particulara Afttr Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or aolld.aura. Fullno further, whr, no barm layouknoWall, If yon doua. - C. tojro money Will be paid back. Sufferers SjncludaAXLEX, Box ASO. Auauatu,Addrtia, Muln. Dec.6-ljfrom La Grippe found it just the thing and under ita use had a speody and perfect recovery. Try a sample KIOST SUCCESSFUL, bottle at our1 expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is. Trial bottlesfree at PHtii. Carpenter's Drug Store. Large size 50c. $1.00. fi-e- aolrt but ona ptnon from aeh diilrlct or count. I bara al- much ,'C'Q5ftS3ES, f . J; CHINK,, JR, A? RAW. I More then pays for Its use In the extra produo--, t"& ti o iFfeS JE Get - S-box. SJ, .&. -. Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House. Jan, SO-l- y. Of- - atrial ETE, El Eols't. B. Pranklin n-iy. THRORT Frankfort, Ky. CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS,. it-Wf PEE5CEIPII0U Headquarters for PERFDMESj TOILET GOODS. ANDSUNDRI And Chronic Disease Specialist In the State. DR.STOCKDALE. CAPITAL HOTKL, B.. Tane Coombs in "Bleak House." naturalness of the protrayal. Naturally beautlfnl and stately in appearance, 'regal in bearing, and combining those other qualities of character and disposition which tend to make a gentle and amiable woman, Miss ." Coombs gives us an idealMLady In the careful guarding of her secret she displays nor wonderful artistic powers, particularly in the scene where the shewd "Tulking-horn- " subjects her to a to extort a confession. Her forced composure while in the lawyer's presence (all the while making her audience feel her true condition) .and her assumed cool indifference to his most direct allusions, while her Ded-lockcross-examinatio- The presentation by the same per son of two entirely dissimilar and' diversp characters during the same performance is the greatest test of genuine artistic ability, and for that reason the public has always manifested an extraordinary interest in such exhibitions. This interest was apparent last night, and Miss Coombs stood the test without a falter. The excellence of Miss Coombs' conception of "Lady Ded-lpoand .''Hortense," two characters directly opposed to each other is only equaled by the remarkable k'' FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Th celebrate.1 Specialist, formerly of New York City, now consulting Physician of Southern Medical Institute, of Louisville, Ky will be 'at the LOW RATES TO Finest April SODA WAISRlin Praattrt ) i represent our market for burley BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. tobacco, orop of 1801: Trash (dark) or damaged $5 00 tobacco Common Oolory trash... 6 50 Medium to good colory .- returning every four weeks, DR. STOCKDALE receipts for the same period of 807 nus nuu j curscountry. Is ui cxiionuimu 111 mu iun;esi ? In the hhds. Sales on our market Bince Jan- the best colleges, and hasapruduiUe of several of for n number of years OF CINCINNATI, O., wijl be at the uary 1st amount to 134,218 hhds. Sales made a specialty of all chronic and surgical disFOlt THE successfully of the crop of 1801 on our market to cuses, lie treats cure can be and does not take miarunteed. the ciise unless a date 116,561 hhds. Acute uud Chronic Catarrh, Ringing OP THE Our market has been without any Deafness. Disease otthe Eye. Ear, Nose, In Ears, Throat special features this week; the offer Lungs. Kidney, Urinary and Bladder Troubles, ings nave not oeen large ana tne de- Orient's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Constipaand Paralysis IN LEXINGTON. KY.i mand has been steady for all grades. tion, Rheumatism positively cured. Epilepsy or Fits mldd'e-oemen, suffering from The new crop has nearly all been Young or housed and a considerable per cent, Spermatorrhea, Impotoncr, Eruptions, theitresults Saturday, Nov. call before of it sufficiently cured to be stripped of errors or excesses,ashould If case has not Is too nay Trains have Magnificent Parlor and Cafe cure gone late. We guarantee DlnlnKCars. Night Trains have Wagner Standwhenever the conditions will admit. too far. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgicaK'S ard Bleeping Cars, Combination Sleeping and The following quotations fairly V Buffet Oars, Reclining Chair Cars and Elegant operation and with little or no pal 1-nos-plta- just closed amount to 2,643 hhds., with Sales on our market for the week Saturday, October 22d, CHICAGO VIA TUB x: si POPOtAK BIG FOUR ROUTE DR. W. I. KELLEY f DEDICATORY SERVICES WORLD'S PAIR OCTOBER 21st. d 12th,182. j Couches. n Common lugs not colory 7 00 Common Colory lugs..... 8 00 Medium to good colory Common to medium leaf 0 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf. 17 00 Good to fine leaf.... 35 00 trash , 8 50 lugs . 12 00 Select or wrappery . tobacco.. ...k As Syphlllls, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., $5 50 by never-fullin-g remedies. 8 50 cured Disease of Women, such as Lucorrbea, Painful Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, Bearing 10 00 Down 'sins In Back relieved In short time. ' The Doctor carries all his portable instruments 8 50 and comes prepared to examine the most obscure 12 00 medical and surgical cases. Be undertakes no Incurable 'disease, but cures hundreds given up to did. 16 00 Address Consultation free and confidential. 14 00 17 00 25 00 Remetober these Important Facts! B.I mmm , n i, LOUISVILLE, XY. 32-5- 0 & All trains of the Big Four Route leave Central J. Union Station. Cincinnati, making direct connecV. Bcrberlch, Frankfort, Ky. tions with all trains of the Queen & Cresentand Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson, Ky, Louisville A Nashville Rys., uu advauluge ojlered A. H. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. by No Other Line. A. rV. J. Uuelies. Frankfort. Ky. Pass In FuU VUw of the World's Fair Build-Ing- s . i David Moore? Benson, Ky. and stop at the Ground . JM.M.WIthrow, Frunkfort, Ky. Enter Chicago along six miles of the Beautistop at VanBuren st. Station, ful Lake front and DR. KELIEVS office and resident Is at asa. directly lu front Auditorium, Richelieu, Leland West Etehth street, Cincinnati, and where he may and Victoria Hotels. ue iounu every uay or eacn week except 8ATU- RaMAXBa rainpuieiB uescnuinK vaesPi Sctue these advantages by going via the am) the mede-of- i treatment sent freed Big Four Route. on D.B. MARTIN, 39 W. Eight IBt. CinclntwU, O K j Gen,'! Passenger Agent, Clnwnaatl CWWULTATIONFRKJB.'' J .JM ' REEERENCES . W. McKee nardle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott, Frunkfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, Ky. ' T. Staton, Frunkfort, Ky. ,fjjr