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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892102201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ",r The ft m, Feamfort Botombout. A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY' NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advanoe GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. Volume XVI. FRANKFORT, KX, OCTOBER 22, 189Hf. Number 7 nAi. .'i, R 1 vrv. k.4 7?f l j "PS? absolute purity of the Royal Baking makes it the most useful and "wholesome leavening agent known. Containing no lime, alum, phosphate', or other impurity, it leaves no alkaline or acid residuum in the food, and its use pure, light, and sweet bread, biscuit, nd cake, that are perfectly digestible and wholesome whether hot or cold, fresh of stale. Its leavening power has been determined the highest whenever tested by official authority, and physicians, chemists, and writers on food hygiene commend it for its sterling qualities. THE BR pre-eminen- tly S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, in FOR THE TT&FRAZ ITI iiU, i 4 Ky. in-sur- es FURNITURE COME AND SEE US FOR A Complete Assortment of NEW GOODS Pall Season of 1892. Unequaled in Parlor Suits, Wardrobes, Chiffoniers, Folding Beds, Chamber Suits, Wood Mantel e, -- iBf! fjffijfl ' ' ' " . ' ''IftHii JiBi $L LeCompto's Bottom. Sargent, of Frankfort, is visiting his sister, Mrs. R. C. Hieatt, of this place. Luke and Joe Kavanaugh sold in .Louisville last week a large crop of M tobacco raised on their farm labt year by Mr. Adams. The best grade The bringing $24.50, sponge, 9. whole averaging $16. Our old friend and neighbor, W. M. Harrod, of Caldwell, Kansas, is visitiqg hisfriond8 and relatives here B. B. Graves and Mlth. Harrod tried to - renew their youth one night last week by calling the boys and dogs together and indulging in an old fash ioned coon hunt. Married In LouiBville, OntoberSt J. W. Hieatt, of Bagdad, to Misa Cordie Adams, of the same place. We are not acquainted with the bride, but Mr. Hieatt lived in this neighborhood for several years and has many friends here who congratulate him. Owing to a meager appropriation, work on Green River has closed for this season and Oapt. Jim Webb is expected home every day. Mr. U. "W KIP VAN WINKLE. Admitted the Facts. NewBnnner editors have to be very careful in opening heir columns for statements. But aware that the Dr. Miles Medical Co. are responsible, we make room for the following testimonial from R. McDougall, Auburn, Ind., who for two years noticed a stoppage or skippingiof the pulse, his left side got so tender he could not lie on it, his heart fluttered, he was alarmed, went to different doctors, found no relief, but one bottle of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure cured him. The elegant book, '"New and Startling Facts," free at J. W. Gayle's. It tells all about heart and nervous diseases and many wonderful cures. 3 m A Horrible Railroad Accident. 13 Ew tfH 4 f H Hi "' mm?-- la daily chronic in our papers; also the death of some dear friend, who .has died with Consumption, whereas, ' if he or she had taken Otto's Cure for Throat and Lung disease in time, life would have been reridered happim er and perhaps saved. Heed the Warning! If you have a cough or Who Ever any affection of tho Throat or Lungs call at Chapman & Williams' and get Saw a largor or more beautiful line a trial bottle free. Large size 60c. of dress goods, cloaks, &c, than that 45 displayed by us this season? Our stock consists of all the very newest School DistrictUo. 34. styles in wool and silk effects. Our line of dress trimmings can not be Editor Roundabout: excelled by any house in tho city. Please allow me to call the atten- We have all tho new styles in changetion of the County Superintendent able silks and velvets, Persian bands to the fact that the trustees of the featherean braids. Our cloaks above district are still neglectin and never been equalled in styles have their dutv. As Grover Olevelan and prices. We have them .in nil, said in his letter of acceptance, that quallties.with fur trimmings and alBO ' he was not afraid if they did accuse plain. Prices the lowest. The repuhim of using trite terms and simple we have for polling cheap holanguage", neither are wo'afraid if we tationand underwear can not be disput-- , siery are accused of fault finding. black hosiery are the ed. "Public officers are the agents of best. Our fast agents, for Foster's celWe are sethe people and it is their duty to ebrated kid gloves every pair warcure for those whom they represent ranted and fit t the hand. Please most efficient perfom-anc- e call and inspect our complete line of the best and of public work." coodB, in every department, before has been erected Our school-housmore and tho third making your purchases. for two years or Weitzel & O'Donnell, school is now being taught and still Main street. there 1b no fence around the house to runs on secure it from the stock that For Bent The place formerly the commons. Tho hogs are again H. Hall, on Cross hunting for the ohildrens' baskets. owned by Dr. W.pontalns five rooms so dis- Street. The houBe They walk in the house, if and kitchen. Large yard and garden, posed, if the door is open. with good stable and water on premhave we any Neither for the decenoy of the children, and ises. For terms apply to Dr. E E. some of the larger children suppress Hume. the calls of nature until they are dismissed in tho afternoon and go to I e 4-- worth of taxable property, and if the trustees fail to build nouses and construct out buildings, &c, six months Judge O. S. Poston. after being ordered to be done by County Superintendent, he is required to report the failure of the HAititDsmma, Kv.,Sept. 7, 1992. trustees to the grand jury at ittf next Messrs. DuBois & Webb: meeting, which you, Mr. .'Superinten DearSibs I have used Electro-pois- e seventy-fivtimes,, one hour dent, nave tailed to do. Please have the trustees, erect an each day in the paBt three months. for the decenoy of the I am satisfied that it is a valuable children, if nothing more 1b erected. remsdy in nervouB prostration, dys Ample lumber was left over from and insomnia, in all of whton to buildall iseases it has proven satisfactory in building the school-hous- e my case. I have also 'known several necessary A Patbon. l cases of rheumatism to be relieved by the use of tho Electropoise. I purchased one last January. At the Pronounced Hopeless, Yet E resent time I am as strong and ealthy in all repeats as I was Saved. before the grippe uttacked me last From a letter written by Mrs. Ada winter. Very truly, E. Hurd, of Gorton, S. D., we quote: O. S. Poston. "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my lungs, cough set in a'nd DuBois & Webb, finally terminated in Consumption. Corner 4th and Jefferson streets, Four doctors gave me up, saying I Louisville, Ky. gave Bhort time. I could live but a myself up to my Saviour, determined ' if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advisA Meek & Milam brass ed to jget Dr. King's New Discovery consumption, coughs and colds. reel No. 2, with pole and for I gave it a trial, took, in all, eight line. It was lost Friday bottles. It haB cured me, and thank night on the road between God I am now a well and hearty the Wash Hancock place woman." Trial bottles free at Phil. and Mangan J&. 'Darnell's Carpenter's Drug Store, regular sizes stable. A liberal reward 4 50c and $1.00. will be paid for its return e out-house out-building- s. as furnish the teacher with a small to spit in and he box fall of saw-duis compelled (?) to squirt his tobacco juice on the iloor, and there it re mains for the children to tread in with their naked feet. They never which the law visit the school-honsrequires them to do once a week, to see if the teacher is doing his duty. He is left to do as he pleases. He may teach a legal school and he may not as they know. In art. 8, section 6, common school law, the trustees are required to provide a Bchool-hou8- o and construct and inclosures as such Hhall be necessary to the protection of the property and to the comfort and decenoy of the pupils. In section 7, same article, the trustees have power to collect one dollar per capita on each male in the district twenty-on- e years old, and twenty-fivcents on each on hundred dollars' st e, out-buildin- gs e To 'Cincinnati and Return. account Floral and Chrysanthemum Exhibition, at Cincinnati, the Queen & Orescent will sell excursion tiikete on dates of the exhibit, November 8th to 12th inolusive. Popular Organ Concert every afternoon, and Ballad Concerts on FINE LEATHER WORK, Wednesday and Friday evenings, with noted singers and selections MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS, on the organ. All tickets good to return until .November latn. On D. G. Stylo. Quality and Finish. Sideboards, China Closets, Extension Tables, Chairs, Rockers, &c. 'IBtl aBfl 'JIHl iBfiSl r I MADE TO ORDER BY EXPERIENCED WORKMEN. ''iHEl Edwards, Cincinnati, G. P. A. O. LOWEST PRICKS GUARANTEED., BROWER,SOOTT & FRAZEE, Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. AN ADO ITI0N You Buy Your BROWNIE I ! m To Tour Stock of Game, if Loaded Shells, Guns And - Sporting - I KS fc i LOST. Goods t T'J From The hsc. dins Hardware House o if to this office, a-t- f. HA I m i iitiJII i 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 H. It. Williams' grocery. 23-t- f. WE AEE m IT. tf 'fflJJ. M ii r For Diamonds, Solid Gold and Silver Watches, Sterling-Silvennd Silvor out-houB- Plated "Ware. es f. In the language of our neighbors, is burning 'itjjbe a trustees shame." bo. .muon wm not their homos. Or you arc nil worn out, retlly goodfomotn in&. It Is general debility. Try W. L, COPPERSMITH. THE JEWELER, is the cheapest "plaOo in Frankfort. Call July 30-i- It will cure you. cleanw your Ucr, ana glvo and be a good appetite,. convinced. k- - DMCillfcyuLaraa. "Wa-g-ons- - A SELLING OUT AT COST. We will sell at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, hips. Chains, Scissors, Carpenter 's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Hames, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, lushing J aekle, Jilaek- smith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds Hock , feait, hewer and Hue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sole on time ' " will be charged at regular price. m - P- &- - ' j . -- i ' . '' I i H kl Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. n - OOJLLIIVIS & D. BRO i PPosite the Farmers, Bank. Tho Duke's Wife, A beautiful went to California Tuesday to mako Monday' and met his wife, who has her home with her uncle, Mr. H. 0.. been visiting relatives in Missouri. They returned homo together TuesMr. H. T. Gaines was in Paris Tuea-day- . Hodges. Mrs. S. C. Sayres has returned from day. Misses Lucy Lair and Ella ThompMiss Kitten Hoge is at school in a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Jas. F. Meek, in St. Louis. son, of Georgetown, were here WedCincinnati. Mr. Thos. G. Stuart, of Winchester, nesday and Thursday visiting friends Miss Mary Page is visiting Mends was here Thursday visiting his broth- and attending the hop jit the Capital in Covington. N Hotel. , Miss Katio McDowell, of Louisville, er, Mr. John H. Stuart. Messrs. Hugh Riddle and J. B. Miss Lulie Suter left last week for a is visiting friends here. White, of Estill county, were n the Miss Maggie Dudley is visiting visit to her cousin, Miss Lucy Dupuy, the city Monday on business conat Gratz, Owen county. friendB in Winchester. Mr. Will Dudley, of Cincinnati, nected with tho office of the RegisMrs. C. McAuliffe is visiting her spent the first of the week here with ter of Land Office. daughter in Lexington. Mr. Howard Jett. of Oynthiania, his mother and sisters. Miss Florence Cromwell left Monis here at the bedside of his father, Mrs J. H. Fishbaok, after a visit to day for a visit to Chicago. her sister, Mrs.J. M Banta, returned Mr. M. E. Jett, who is seriously ill at Ensign Hugh Rodman, of the United home to Lexington Saturday. the home of his brother, Judge W. L. Jett, on Ewing street, South Side. States Navy, is in the city. Rev. E. K.'Van Winkle, of Paw Paw, Mr. Ben. Dudley, of Louisville, Michigan, is visiting his brother, Mr. Mr. Wm. McKinney, who formerly spent last Sunday in this city. lived here but who Is now a shortW. H. Van Winkle, of this city. Miss Nannie Cooley, of Lexington, Miss Victoria Whitworth, of Louis- hand and typewriter in the LouisVIlle & Nashville raidroad office in Louisguest of Mrs. Jack Long. is the ville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. G. ville, paid a visit to his friends in this Miss Jennie Sharp, of Lexington, Williams, on East Main street. city Sunday. is visiting Mrs. B. Q. Williams. Mr. J. B. - Ashcraft, of Irvine, Mr. John R. Todd and bride return Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks, of Rich- - j Estill county, was irf the city on ed home from their bridal triD to In- visiting in the city. business the middle of the week. mond, are making Capt. John E. Abraham, of LouisMrs. 0. E. Colahan visited Mrs. J. diana Monday night, and are their home with Mr. Todd's mother, K. Woodward, jr., in New Albany, ville, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Jane Todd, on Campbell street, L. Payne was in Louisville Indiana, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Geo. between Main and Logan streets. . Tuesday on a brief business trip. Mr. Charlie Swango, who is attend Mrs. Lou. Cannon leased her resimTss Rebecca Averill left yesterday ing school at Danville, visited his dence on Ann street to Mr. George parents here Saturday and Sunday. Jot a visit to friends in Louisville'. H. Watson for one year, and has gone "Mrs.'jack Brown, of Anchorage, is Miss Maymo Gaines, who is at to Louisville to make her home with school in Louisville, visited her her daughter, Mrs. John P. Starks. Brown. ithe guest of Gov. and Mrs. parents here Saturday and Sunday, Mrs. R. S. Burnett and Miss Ruby Miss Cordie Cannon accompained Miss Nina Parker, of Lexington, her. .Macklin visited Lexington this week. Miss Fanny Herndon, of Louisville, who visited Miss Julia Willis this Mr. Wm. O'Donnell, wife and is visiting her aunt Miss Annie Hern- week, returned home Sunday evening. daughter, Ellen, went to Louisville, Officer Hub. Whittington has been their future home, Wednesday. Mr. don. called to Missouri to attend the bed- "O'Donnell has accepted the position N. T. Lindsay, of Covington, Mrs. his brother, who is seriously of salesman in the silk department of arrived Saturday to visit relatives side of ill. Kaufman & Straus, and will board on here. Second-stree- t near Ohesnut. Mr. ano Mrs. John Frazier, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson W,oodlake, visited Mr. and Mrs. SOCIETY POINTS. wore in Louisville the middle of the Robt. Frazier Tuesday, on tho South Mrs. D. 0. Knight entertained the week. ,1 Side. Capital City Literary Club Tuesday Mrs. M. Broderick, ot .L.ouisvuie, Capt. and Mrs. W. F. Dandridge was with Mrs. James Heeney this went to Chicago Tuesday to be pres- evening at the residence of Mrs. L. Lindsey, on the South Side. "week. ent at the opening of- - the World's Judge and Mrs. W. H. Sneed entqr-taine- d Rev. George Darsie returned yes- Fair. Monday afternoon at their terday from a visit to Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bradley and Mr. cozy little home, St. Elmo, in' honor ) Tenn. George Allen, of New York City, are wife and Mr. L. 0. Norman w6nt tO' Coving- the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. of Mr. Ed. Bradley and Mrs. George Allen, of New York, and Mr. ton Saturday to visit Mrs. Judge Bradley. Wm. Bradley and bride, of this city O'Hara. Miss Louise Michel, of Domopolis, The first meeting of the season of Mr. Robert Trabue, of Louisville, Ala., returned home Tuesday after the Ladies Afternoon Euchre Club visited his parents here Sunday and a visit of several months to her aunt, was held Wednesday at "Windy Monday. Mrs. John Mastin. Side," the residence of Mrs. D. B. Mrs. 0. W. Dorsey, of LaGrango, is Mrs. Maggie G. Bell and Miss Webb Walcutt. There were five tables and the guest of her mother, Mrs. H. T. Young, of Elizabethtown, arrived the game began at three and ended Stanton. Monday and are the guests of Mr. and at 5 o'clock. Only fifteen of the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellwanger Mis. J. G. McLean. twenty-fiv- e members were present, went to Orescent Hill Monday to visit went to Cov who, with the following invited Mrs. Caswell Bennett relatives. ington yesterday to make a brief friends, made up the game, viz: Mrs. Judge P. U. Major has returned to visit to Mrs. Sam. M. Gaines and John W. Rodman, Mrs. Nannie Duvall, Mrs. J. M. VanDervoer, Mrs. the city after the summer's re- shop in Cincinnati creation. Mr. Joseph Robinson who has been John H. Stuart and Mrs. E. M. Gober. The first prize scoring twelve was Maysvillo, to Springfield and Mexico, Mo., and Mr. Walter Watson, of A. F. Resp'e9s, to Eureka Springs, Ark., returned won by Mrs. Henry C. Murray. It was visited his sister, Mrs. a china celery dish. The socond Saturday. home Friday night. prize, which scored eleven, was won Mrs M. W. Wilholt, of Owonton, is Mr. Geoege Markham, formerly of by Mrs. E. Polk Johnson. It was visiting Mrs. Ada Garrett, on the this city, but now the a china pin tray. South Side. No. 1, at Oarrollton? was here ThursAnother euchre club, entitled "Tho Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McHonry went day visiting relatives. Matrimonial," was organized this to Owensboro Monday and returned Rev. E. A. Penick will return this week among the leaders of Bociety. homo yesterday. evening from Baltimore, whore he Tho followlne list of members is a Mrs. Grant Green and her daugh- has been attending the Convention of guarantee that tho meetings of the ter, Mies Kate, visited relatives in the Episcopal Church. club will become tho most sucMidway Tuesday. Col. and Mrs. E. Polk Johnson, who cessful social entertainments of the Miss Eva Hoge will go to Cincin- wore in Covington last week visit- season, viz: Mr. and Mrs. L. Labrot, nati in about ten days to study muBlo ing Capt. and Mrs. Sam M. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Pepper, Mr. , during the winter. and Mrs. Wm. E. Bradley, Mr. and returned homo Saturday. ,, Miss Eflle Hill, after a visit to Miss Mr. Will Jenkins went to LaGrange Mrs. L. 0. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rose Crittenden, returned home to Saturday to be present at the wed-- - Honsley, Mr. and Mrs. J B. Mr. and MrB. Wm. Safhsll) Mr. ding last Wednesday of Mr. S. F. Lexlngtpn Monday. Miss Hattio Barnhill. and Mrs. John W. Rodman, Mr. and Miss Mary Leonard Gaines, daug- - Ross to Mr. J..M. Todd went toLouisville, Mrg. Geo. F, Berry, Mrnand Mrs. Sara Eb, Gaines, of Bellepoint, toriof, Judge lock-keeper-- Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Wickliffe Chapman a'nd Mr. and Mrs H. F. Duncan. Tho first meeting will take place at tho residence of Mrs. Labrot the first week in November. On Saturday evening, Oct. 15, the play by James Sheridan Knowles, will be presented at the Opera House on the night of Oct. 27th by Mr'. R. X. MaoLean and wife, Miss Marie Prescott. It is with twenty-firs- t anniversary of the birth day of their son, Mr. Ben T. Head, of pleasure that wo announce to our Monterey, Mr. and Mrs. Joel T. Head readers the opportunity of again entertained their friends at their witnessing Miss Prescott (a daughhome on Clinton street. Those ter of Kentucky, of whom wo are all present were Misses Dere Talbott. proud) in one of her favorite roles, Paris; Florence Clements, Shelby-vill- viz: as Marianna in tho Duke's Wife. Jennie Bond, Mollie Sebroe and This wronged but pure character is Lydia McOord, Stamping Ground; most beautifully interpreted by Miss Irene Went, Lexington; Mamie Soottf Prescott, and as she leads her Annie Lawler, T Moore and Mrs. hearers up to her final vindication in Mattie Wilhoit, Monterey; Mrs. Ada which her loyalty is proven, one Garrett and Mrs. S. Klass, of tMis leaves the theatro feeling that they have not only .been entertained, city; Mrs. Hettie Hichman, Mr. and Mrs. Lee French, bu&they carry with them a most Forks of Elkhorn; Messrs. R. 0. pleasurable sensation that they have Head, 0. S. Duvall, B. S. Calvert, W, learned a most beautiful lesson in Wilson, and Charleston Sebree, charity. To say that Mr. MacLean is Stamping Ground; Ben. D. Head, great in his part as the repentant but Swltzer, B. 0. Swetman and Leonard rolicking good for naught, St. Stegar, OwentonJ George T. Scho- - Pierre, is only stating half tho truth. field. N.H.Gray, Wm. Moore, D. G. Our people should bo sure to visit L. Pryor, Monterey; Neville Garrett, these great artists on their appearEwald Kocbritz and M. P, Davis, of ance here, as it will ba their last season upon the dramatic stage. A this city. fact which is to be much regretted . The young gen tlemen of the city gave a hop at tho Capital Hotel ballThere is no use of any one suffering with the cholera, when Chamberroom Wednesday night which made up in general good humor and. en- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can be procured. It wjll joyment what it lacked in attend- give relief in a few minutes and cure I have tried it and ance. There were" but two visiting in a short time. know W. H. Clinton, Helmetta, N. young ladies, present, Miss Fannie J. The epidemic at Helmetta was at Herndon, of Louisville, and Miss first believed to be oholera but subseGertrude Green, of Covington, both quent investigation proved it to bo a of whom have often visited here and violent form of dysentery, almost as but the home dangerous as cholera. This Remedy are quite was used with( great success. For young ladiesTwho were never more sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. lm e; Oyn-thiana; 7 1 'V.I " . . J. 3 well-know- n, bewitching in their personal attractions, heightened by the taste and elegance in their toilets, did not give the, young gentlemen room to feel the lossof that pleasure in society which many people often exstrangers. perience in meeting There were a number of visiting young gentlemen present and a sufficient preponderance of tho resident male attendance , to keep the young ladies constantly engaged and preyent anyone of them from entertaining for a moment that dreadful thought that there could ever come a day when she would be a "walH flower" and rest unnoticed in her in the room maidenly loveliness once she was the, gayest?) of where tho gay. Saxon and Trost, of Lexington, furnished the Jatest and most inspiring dance music out, and their perfection of time, together with the floor in tho most splendid State to move upon, left nothing wanting to make the hop one of the most delightl occasions of the season. The chaperons were MrB. Stapleton JohnBon, Mrs. J. M. Mrs. D. B. Waloutt and the young ladies of the oity who were presentwere: iMIsbob Rebecca ball-room Van-Derveer-a- Old Walker & Hackley whiskies, tho finest in the city, at John Dris- coll's, the liquor merchant, 217Broad- way street. 6-- it. i Needing a tonic, or children who want build-ia- e up, should take nnowN'HiuoN It Is pleasant ; cares Malaria. Indigestion, ' Biliousness, Liver Complaints and Neuralgia. LADIES bitters. MOST SUCCESSFUL EIE, EH! WIT And Chronic Disease Specialist In the Stute. DR.STOGKDALE. The celebrated Specialist, formerly of New York City, now onsultingPhyslclun ol Southern Medical Institute, ot Loulntlllo. Ky., will be at the CAPITAL HOTEL, jrauklort. Saturday, October 22d, returning every four weeks, DR STOCKPALK has haa years ot experience la the largest hospitals In the country, Is a graduate ot several of the best colleges, and has for n numbel of years made a sieclnlty ot all chronic and surgical tils eises He treats successfully and does not take the case unless cure can be guaranteed. Acute und Chronic Catarrh. Ringing In Ears, Deafness. Disease of the Eye. Ear, Nose. Throat Lungs. Kidney, Urinary nnd Bladder Troubles, Brlgnt's Disease, Dlubetes, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Rheumatism and Paralysis Epilepsy or Fits positively cured. men, suffering from Young or mldd Spermatorrhea, Impotoncr, Eruptions, the results of errors or excesses, should call before It Is too late. We guarantee tfcute If case has not gone ' too far. Birdie Johnson, Maria Pepper, Brown, Henrietta Blackburn, Christine Reynolds, Laura Pepper, Sue Morris, Annie Headley, Agnes Drane, BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. Ilia Johnson, May Pepper, Nellie Orbison, Lizzie Pepper and Eva As Syphlllis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., Hoge. never-fullin- , Hon-drio- k, Whooping cough, croup, sore throat, influenza, bronchitis, cold and cough are at once relieved and positively and permanently cured by JDr. Bull's Cough Syrup, tho incomparable rem- to die. edy for all pulmonary and throat Address affections. Window mats from $1 to 11.75 at Buokloy's. s G-- g cured by remedies. Disease ot Women, such as Lueorrhea, Pain ful Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, Bearing Down Pains In Back relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases. He undertakes no Incurable disease, but cures hundreds given up Consultation free aud conlldentlal, B. H. GinGKDHLE. PI. LOUISVILLE, KY, 0.. Fail Woolens, .'. - 'VW If: V& IF1SSV v ';'' . '" " - ' . .'. S. w ;i- - . 1ft. . ft .tttfir.V .; 5 'WS'5-- "' ,. -- t , . - Fall Hats, Fall Neckwear! L:.3 IP' JLJtM. w VJf 4-- (,v f a ' jv 't;. .V,. , ,v. iy-r- i JU 7 HUDSON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! Top Drawer. LOCAL. Cain was appointed on Tues- day guardian for the infant hoirs of D. S. XX JAPANESE I Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers," you can buy f h, ;' Wm. Y. Gordon. ,W.V. c Mrs. Serena B. MoKeb gave bond Tuesday in the County Court as administratrix of the will of R. B. Mc- . Kee. J, w. Basntord was the security. Sale of A House Mrs. Edward Choate has purchased the resfdentje of Mr. J. D. Coke, on Todd street, on the South Side. The price paid was '$1,500. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree Externul, Internal, Blind or Bleeding iicuing, unroiuc, ttccemor . ereuirary. this Remedy has positively never been known to full. $1.00 a box, 6 boxes, for $5.1)0; sent by mull prepaid on receipt ot price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to refmmtnu $5.00 paid If not cured. Guarantee issued by J, W GAYLE. HndLECOMPTKA GAYLE CU. Druggists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for . Jan. sample. lG-l- HP' CURE BUGGIES, HARNESS AND FARM -- IMPLEMENTS A.O? T7vr3103jES.IjE EK,ICE3S. first-cla- s You, can, get a vehicle painted or repaired in if On Tuesday Rose Hays, a litttle daughter ,of Mr; tiro committee for information as to Hays, an employe of Mason Hoge Co., what each subordinate lodge would Accident to a Child less than ever before. style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow Si. 50 Every thing sold at wholesale prices. w r-- r A : ! ;;: Ti - " &"u,.. - their report at the next annual meeting in Lexington, when it is Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. thought the location of tho home will be agreed upon. . 1TOTJ-J3Gov. Alford During the absence March f of Gov. Brown, who went t6 Chicago Tuesday with tho members of the ox-ea number of defective places in both Born. Railroad Commission, Secretary Nicholas Norton, he is almost an pliflcation" of Dr. Norton's theory walk-way- s which need attention. On Headloy and a number guished minister have gained his. State officers lo be ' presentof other of the boy trained to be a minister. thewest side, especially, there is a Mrs. Robert C. Nicol presented her at consent to holding a series of meet dedication of tho World's Fair the Registered Voters The result plank in the flooring which genera- husband with a fine boy on Thursday, ings in this city, beginning about the Lieut. Gov. M. C. Alford will of the three days' registration in this tion after generation, in passing over and Bob was as happy as a king yessecond week in November. occupy the gubernatorial chair for city for the Noverrbjr election will it, has worn so thin that the edges terday. vThe little, fellow has been Bio Winners on Races A number the first time since his election. be found below. The abbreviations will noc hold nails, and it now is in a named William. gentlemen in .this city were sucof Gov. Brown is expected home represent the party affiliations, thus: condition to push through and injure cessful at the Lexington races' Mon Monday. , Dem. for Democrat, Rep. for Repub- some one. Near the same place therex Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria? day and ono member of the Legisla- N. C. P. P. is a plank off the side which makes The Case of Dr. J. L. Massie, of lican,Peoples'for ture from tho western part of the Party and Prob. for an opening large enough to admit a Owen county, who is under a life for child's body, and to avoid accidents State, won 6Q0 on a twenty dollar sentence to the penitentiary for the Prohibition. The total registered is of all kinds, and the liability ticket on Tenteen. in a " Jesse Honaker and who 1,715. killing of damqge suit, it will be a good idea Dem. Rep. N. C. P. P. Prob. Mr. Frank Todd While Mr. Frank is confined in tho jail in this city as Phecincts. .lv .iVl. tr1 G7 Vogler's 127 2 for the city council tnd county court 61 I Todd, of Bellepoint, was out at a precaution against the dangers of Bridge 3'J 183 59 2 2 to go over the whole structure and Sunday; driving in a surrey, mob violence, was argued before the 74 . . 17 4 . . . HI make all the repairs that a safe pre. l'JO his horse ran away and caused him Court of Appeals Tuesday, by Mr. R. 113 205 2 . . . ISO 172 5 . . . caution might suggest. 109 to be, thrpwn out of the. surrey. He Rcid Rogers, for the Commonwealth, : was considerably bruised by the fall, aud Messrs. Evan Settle and James A. It is not unusual for colds contract5G2 14 730 405 To'als ed in the fall to hantr on .ill wintm- but fortunately no serious injury re- Scott for Dr. Massie. The case was Tlormftr Tn mirh nnaaa nnfn.t.li nnrl'nlit.An(A Graham C. Willis sulted, to either the equipage ofr the submitted. United States Marshal Con. McCarty Vsicl,lti8J.nrQ almost surq to result. .occupant. A New Attorney Mr. John L. on Saturday ui umimDeri.'un'fl arrested Mr. Graham J. " "ib.v uoui uulwuwill cure any cold. Cough Remedy ThE Mexican War Veterans in Scott, jr.,son of Col. John L. Scott, Willis, postmaster at Can you afford to risk so much for bo Kentucky have been called to a State was on Thursday sworn in before the Midway under Postmaster Cropper, small an amount? This remedy is meeting in this city pn November Court' of Appeals as a practicing and brought him to intended especially for bad colds and this city on tho croup 15th, by Vice President McBraer, to attorney of that court. This certifiand can always be depended 130 of the ombezzling txpon. For sale by J. W. Gayle, Drugelect officers to fill the vacancies cate of the Court of Appeals is a war- charge of funds. Mr. Both tho method and results when post office lm caused by the death of President rant of authority to an attorney to bond for his appearance Willis gave gist, Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant at an examiSpeed Fry and" Secretary Jennings, practice in all the other courts of and refreshing to the taste, and acts Free Lecture. nation this week, and last Wednesand to transact other business relat- the State. Mr. Scott is a young man c;ontly yet promptly ou tho Kidneys, day, before Commissioner William ing to tho matter of pensions. Hon. Luther Bonson, of Indianap-lis- , Liver and Bowels, cleanses the syswhose diligence and efficiency in the Ohinn, after the evidence for the will lecture at the Baptist Church tem effectually, dispels colds, head- Mr. William Sellers, one of the duties ' before him promise him a prosecution had been taken and aohi'3 and fevers and cures habitual employes at the Frankfort Furniture bright' and prosperous future in his without tho necessity to introduce at 3 o'clock: Factory, hqd his right hand sovef ely chosen profession. "The superior of Gough." Boston constipation. Syrup of Figs is the testimony for the defense, tho only remedy; of its kind ever procut at that establishment Thursday' The Populist Organ The Ken- grounds of tho accusation were Post. "Never had an equal." Cambridge duced, pleasing to the taste and ac.morning. Tho wound was dressed tucky Populist, the official organ adjudged unwarranted and Mr. Willis Press. by Dr. George W. Ohinn. "Mr. Benson's lecture will live for- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in of tho People's Party in this city', was promptly discharged. ever in the memories of those who its action and truly beneficial in its Three other employes of the which has been published here for Ernest Factory had their hands badly about a mouth, has been discontinued afternoon Crutcher On Saturday heard it." Columbia (S. O.) Sentinel. cllects, prepared only from the moat ''Mr. Bonson is tho most pleasing healthy and agreeablo substances, its' while a number of boys rubbed by the sandpaper machine, for want of patronage. Editor were playing foot ball in Col. J. lecturer that ever appeared before an many excellent qualities commend it " within an hour on Wednesday. Routzong, who came from Kansas on Stoddard Johnston's lot on Shelby Atlanta audience." Atlanta Consti- to all and have mado it tho moat On the alleged Lizzie Williams, Colored representation that and Second streets, Ernest Crutcher, tution. popular remedy known. Monday, while attempting to board 1,500 subscribers could be secured in a sixteen year old Bon of Mr. M. L. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c King's Eoyal Germatour. the train just as it was pulling out this county for his paper, will return Crutcher, kicked at tho hall simuland $1 bottles by all leading druggists. from the depot, missed her foothold to tho land of grasshoppers a wiser, taneously with Jake Vanmoter, when Any reliable druggist who the medicino of o and was dragged against the side of the if not a weathier man, by hiB news- oocn ooys ieu ana tne loot or young century. Its ohenominal bucp.ors the may not have it on hand will m it promptly for any one who tunnel, the blow from which knocked paper experience in Frankfort. Crutcher, as he was propelled for. a sellor and favorite with tho people e wishes to try it Do not accept any " her to the ground but fortunately on Rev. Wm. H. Hampton The ward, got fastened under Vanmeter, medicine world. S Based upon the substitute. r, the outsido of tho rails. She was Bishop's Letter, the official paper causing the leg to break just above Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. when picked up futher than published in Louisville by the tuu itiiuiD. x vixa u vory "giy ujuumu, ami at once popular, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, a few tfruises from which she has re-- . Episcopal Church, contains the of the bone and will require ponding itself as a necessary house-al?,,- g L0UISVIUE-KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. covered. period of ro.t for rooovory . announcement that Rev. Wm. H. i Sam E. James, who was sum- - diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood fl.J. ... !. B. K The Odd Fellows' Orpiianaoe Hampton, a Frankfort young man, It is' without doubt tho Bounping W. B. Bridgoford, the delegate now living in Ashland, has been ap- moned to attend to tho case, made Purifier. Mr. most reliable germ destroyer from this city to tho Grand Lodge pointed to the placo of a diocesan tho lad as comfortable as skillfull . Istanoe, and to the extent that the meeting at Covington last week, and missionary in the Church. Speaking surcerv could insure m theory ia corroct) Klng,B Royal Taught Privately to Adults Only. Repairs to the Wooden Bridqe Gormotour is the remedy. It is no to whom the city council wired that of Mr. Hampton, tho letter says: a?EHjEC3-:R.A.:?:ia:-sr-t A son of Kentucky, ho has labored New planks were put' down this week aooidont but is the result of fifteen wanted the Orphans' Homo Frankfort and would offer inducements, return- all his life in Kontuoky and for KentheyWoreoodoato Sff S BOOKS EXAMINED, consultation ed hpme Saturday and reported that ' tucky. Brought up in Frankfort at worn out oneain tho carriage-wa- y of i v.. n.'fiTTrnw ; nt Capital City Business CoUege, the matter had been referred back to i the feet of that man of God, John the old wooden bridge. Thoro are Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Oct. e. fell off a plank' in Bellepolnt and brdke the bones of her loft hand. Game Law The game law expired Thursday and the season of legal hunting for rabbits and' partridges has begun and will be enjoyed this week by a large number of the local sporting men. The Rev,. George O. Barnes friends and followers of this distin- give towards the maintenance of the home. The committee will make SUCCESSORS TO 6. R. CRTJTCHER & CO. HAVE ST ZB-CTGhGK- IFXINHriEaD. 20-t- m yes-torda- y; l, fpPefHis Har-viela- nd .... ..... Court-hous- e. u Market-housGas-hous- e. e ... fmYjk mm tillilixvl mL -- -- nt 'a $ Pre-eminent- pro-eur- un-injur- com-fractu- re JTij,'M!S& in-ox- , - mwm J .h. nta. ySSSSl :Js&d$i&tiitoM. 15-S- i WBSA 'tM&l::h HHEI rc ' !ypwWEaiiiRf5lw" ' T fB"1 ' ' -r 4 Ff v, l i f 'i ., S, .ViAMFOKT ROUNDABOUT, at r:nMt as tho second-claMW. A. poet-oOlw at Frankfort, Kentucky. mailable matter. LE WIS.. Editor and PnbUBher. FRANKFORT, OCT. 22, 1892. WITH HIS OWN HAND, Charles Groon Takes His Lifo. A FALLEN WOMAN THE CAUSE. Another Biiiclde, confirming the statement that such unfortunate happenings, like fires and railway accidents, run in series, ocourred in this city last Saturday night. Tho unhappy victim of his own delusion was Oharley Green, n young printer by trade who has boon employed in the various printing offices in this oity, but whoso parents are residents Green, who was of Lawrenceburg. years old, had been about twenty-twthe devoted lover of Minnie James, a young .woman of about twenty years of age boarding in Lizzie Jones' Ho had frequenthouse of ly importuned tho girl to marry him, and whenever she would refuse to do bo he would threaten to killhcr and himself also. On- Friday of last week ho mad the usual request for marriage and beat the girl and locked her in her o ill-fam- e. - room because she refused. (Saturday morning, after demanding and obtaining from her all the money she had, he left the house and visited a number of his friends about town, to some of whom he spoke of suicide and oven asked if the Typographical Union would pay the beneficiary amount of flfcy dollars to the living representatives of the suicide. His friends thought nothing of his remarks and even laughed at the odd turn of his conversation. , About sevon o'clock, however, that evening he again returned to Minnie James and later called her out on the and Dr. J. S. Collins in a carriago, 'A NEW COUNTY COMMITTEE, which tbo occupants placed at the i service of tbo Judge to convoy his Aa Elected by tho Republican Votors Saturday. wife homo. Arriving at tho bride's rooms at tho homo of tho groom's Tho father, Mr. M. H. P. Williams, on the elected list of county committeemen by tho Republican voters on cornor of High and Main ftreetsMDr. J. Lampton Price wa summoned to Saturday, in accordance with the attend to tho wounds. Ho found a order of tho Statu Central Committee, deep gash in the temple which re- to settle tho contest in the party quired several stitches to close and growing out of the appointment by a tho left arm was badly bruised and county convention of one committee, swollen but fortunately not broken. f of. which Mr. W. B. Robinson was A light bruiso wa's also discovered made chairman and the election of about tho thigh. The wounds wore another, of which Mr. Richard Morris finally dressed and the lady is now in was the legally constituted head, is , a fair way to rapid recovery, but" the as follows: South Frankfort, Precinct No. 1 mark of tho accident on tho temple O. 0. Furr and's. R. Smith; Precinct will probably cling to her for life. A largo number of people in tho No. 2 T. R. Todd and A. B. Hamcity, friends of tho Judge and his mond, f North Frankfort, Precinct No; 2 family, havoicalled every day since tho accident to express thqir sympa- T. J. Todd and V. Borberich; Prethy and regret over her unfortunate cinct No. 2 M. P. Gray and Jerome Weltzel; Precint No. 3 Ed. Lane and occurrence. Rev. Eugene Evans. Catarrh Can't be Cured Bellepofnt N. I. McDaniol and George Oaplcs. With local applications, as they canCrutchor's School House W. B. not reach tho seat of the disease. Robinson and D. B. Walcutt. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you Forks of Elkhorn 0, P. Greenup have to tako internal remedies. Hall's aid John MoBrlde. Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and. Peak's Mill J. 0. Jackson and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces. It was perscribod by Graves Hancock. one of the best physicians iti this Church's School House Ed. Wal-- , country for years, and is a regular lace and George Hardin. composed of the Erescription. It iscombined with the Bald Knob T. J. Ohism and J. W. best blood purifiers, acting directly Graves. The perfect Bridgeport J. H. Bailey and L. P. on the mucouB surface. combination of tho two ingredients Tarlton. is what produces such wonderful Cedar Run Jacob Bashford and results in curing catarrh. Send for ' J fctt M h ;I for Enfants and Childreh. "Castorlala so well adapted to children that I recommend It aa superior to any preocripUoo known to mo." H. A. Aacnxx, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, X. T. " The use of ' Castorta ' is so universal and its merits bo well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorse It Few are toe. Intelligent families who do not keep Castorta within easy reach." UiKTIK, D.Dm, New York City. Late Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church. CX&LOS Oastorla cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl nestlon, Without Injurious medication. For several years I have recommended your ' Castorta and shall always contlnuo to do so. as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Eowm F. PinDS. H. D., MIb Wlnthrop," 123th Street and Tth Ave., New York City. 77 MohbAY i m Ttm CawtAua Cojcrxwr, Snuu?, Nkw Yoke. Feb. 13-l- Capital t City Business ESTiVELISIIZD 1891. College. Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, Thos. ,13. testimonials. F. J. CHEBNEY & CO-- Toledo, 0. jg"Sold by druggists, 75 cents. , Kentuoky's Conviots. back porch of the Jones house and tuld her that she must marry him or lie would commit a desperate deed. Sbe refused and he told her then to go into another room than her own, and she would find something for herself. After she had left, him, he pistol in bis placed a mouth and fired, tho ball ranging upward, producing almost instantaneous death. He was left undisturbed where he fell until tho arrival of Coroner Dehonoy, by which time the body was in a pool of blood and surrounded, by a great crowd of people who had collected on learning n. The Coroner's jury made an investigation with tho result substantially as detailed and returned a verdict of death from a pistol fired by his own On the body there were hand. three letters found, one addressed to Mr. Wm. Smalloy of the "Western Union Telegraph Company of this city, one to the Anderson News and one to the mother of tho deceased. Their contents were not learned. The grief of the father, Mr. Alex Green, who came to the city that night to take the remains of his misguided boy to his home in Lawrenceburg, was touching indeed. A PAINFUL ACCIDENT To County Judge Williams' Bride. the news. : W The young and beautiful bride of CUBES H0TH1HB BUT PILES. County Judge Williams made a narrow escape from death Sunday afterMANHOOD RESTORED. A SURE Strtd CERTAIN CURE 8ANATiyo, the noon. The couple had been to the known for 15 yaars as the BEST Wonderful .Spanisha Remedy, ti told with REMEDY FOR PILES. cemetery and were returning by the WrlttenQunranteo IfrtpArMbyBICJUKDSOH.TATLORMXD. CO., BT.LOUtS. to cur ailNmoua Disold and dangerous pathway that eases, such aa Weak Memory, Loss of Brain leads from the top of the hill to the Power, Ucndnche, Wakofulncsi.LoitMan. spring on the cliff-walhood, Nervousness, Las- tti.j. nil ilpAln. tv,i1 Before the walk is reached there is Before & After Use.l Sou Jr power or km n Photographed from life, lacnerauvo urcw a ledge about six or seven feet high youthful indiscretions, or the excessive from which it is necessary to jump tue of tobacco, opium, or stimulant, which ultimately lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Iniunlty. Put up or swing to, tho walk. Judge WilIn conrenlent form to carry In the Vtst iockct. Pnco (1 a package, or 0 for $. With every l order wejrtve a liams had gotten down and was in the tvrltton guarantee to ouro or refund the any act of turning around to prepare to Circular free Go nor. Bent by mall to thisaddress. .Address, paper. envelope. Mention catch his bride, who without his MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Branch Office for U. a. A. a&S Dearborn Btreet, CHICAGO, ILL. knowledge had followed him too FOR SALE IN PRANKFORT, KY., BY close to tho edge of tho descent, When a feeling of faintness overcame P ft. CARPENTER, DrUflfllSt. her and she lost her balance and fell Side, headforemost. August Tho Judge, though taken by surprise, throw out his arm and contrived to break the fall, but not beRESIDENCE PROPERTY fore his brido's head bad struck a THE LARGE Hnnt, lately Occupied by Gen. OF P. B. P. W. Hardin, situated at the south end of Shelby rock in tho descent. She arose and street, South Krankfot. There are 25 acres In it was discovered that blood was the pluce, all In gras except the garden. Splendid location for it dairy. ilowing freely from a wound in her . FRANK CH1NN. FlUNKFonT, Sept 21, 1832,-tloft temple and that severe pains were felt in her left arm and leg. A Notice. handkerchief bandage was placed book-fre3 at'J. W. Gayles. bleeding t.oraple and with upon tho Bank Stock for Salo. UP A8 A STRAY BY C. H. JULIAN. A spartan fortitude, tho Jady insisted FrankFor pure brandies, best domestio TAKEN living about eight miles walking homo. They had gotten Eleven shares in city banks, in lots wines in the city, call on John Dris-col- fort, one black sow, with crop off from ear. on of left by the undersigned ut has been valued as far as tho Arsenal when they were tp suit purchasers. Apply at this the liquor merchant, 217 Broad- which dollnrs. ' J. W. BOHANNAN, eight EMgHillHSilBliVi way street. (Mt. Ocf. 7, J.,P,F.C. met by Mr. and Mrs. James M. Saffell office. 16-lk. -- Tho last weekly reports of the two penitentiaries in Kentucky show that on last Saturday there were 911 prisoners in tho Frankfort and 429 in the Eddyville prison, making a total of 1.340 convicts in the State. Of these, 1,240 are employed within the walls, 59 on farms and 41 are on the sick list. There are 177 life prisoners, and then the meeting adjourned. of whom 103 are 'white males, 69 Nat Goodwin Monday Night. colored males, one a white female and 4 colored females. Of the long Next Monday evening that gifted term prisoners, 129 have sentences and popular comedian, Mr. Nat. 0. from 15 to 30 years, two of whom are Goodwin, will appear and present colored females, 204 from 5 to 15 that funniest and wittiest of farce years, two of whom are white comedies, "Tho Nominee," for females who have sentences of more the first time in several years at than ten years. There are 26 females the Opera House. Mr. Goodwin is In all serving time in the Frankfort undoubtedly tho most popular actor penitentiary, 0 of whom are white before Xhe public and never and 20 colored. fails to meet with full houses and unqualified endorsement. New York The Chautauqua Beading Circle. for sixteen weeks and in In Chicago for Interest in the Chautauqua Lite- three weeks, the theatres were too rary and Scientific Circle in this city small to hold the throngs that wished ought not be allowed to drop. This to see him. In "The Nominee," Mr. Circle occupies a distinct position in Goodwin makes his entrance as Jack the field of general education which Medford, and is thoroughly and efno other system fills. Busy people' fectually himself. When he takes whd left school years ago, mothers the reins in his hands and gives himand fathers who want to learn or re self full swing, he plays Goodwill for view history art, science and litera all he is worth. Now Goodwin, pure is excruciatlnglyfunny, as ture in order that they may feel com- and simple, knows. everybody The play is not petent to lead or keep pace with the thing, properly speaking; it is their children's studies, and all himself. A lino of the play classes and intellectual grades of Goonwin bill. "All the stage business by Mr. people, cannot fail to derive giraat Goodwin," gives the audience fair benefit from the four years course of is coming. "The reading as prescribed by the 0. L. S. warning ofaswhatforth by Mr. GoodNominee," sot O. There aro a number of graduates win and his capable associates, is in the Circle in this city who should brisk and spirited and lend their presence and Goodwin lays on his and towards organizing a class and .ex- every individual membor colors, comof his tending the influences of their Alma pany vie with him in tho hilarious Mater. If such good work should task. The audience, as we .have albe in contemplation of them there ought to bo no delay about the be- ready intimated, is immensely tlokled, at times it unites in such wild shouts ginning. of laughter that the proceedings on Recent circular letters received the stage are reduced to mere pantofrom the Chancellor of the Circle mime, often one could "hardly hear say there should be a graduate a word in the uproar. Such a piece circle in every town which shall take as "The Nominee," performed as it the responsibility of seeing to it that is by Mr. Goodwin and his company, the work does not lanquish. An is a blessing to the vexed and the active undergraduate circle should weary, and gives relaxation and be kept at work every year and the pleasure to all. exercises in the graduates' circle rendered so attractive that under, How to Become Flesliy. graduates will look forward to study in special lines after tho completion Dr. Miles Nervine not only cures all nervous diseases, headache, blues, of the four years' course. nervous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia. St. Vitus dance, fits and Good Looks. hysteria, nut also builds up the body. Good looks are m'ore than skin "I am pleased to say that after years deep, depending upon a healthy con- of intense suffering with nervous disdition of all the vital organs. If the ease, headache and prostration, I Liver bo inactive, you have a Bilious tried Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, Look, If your stomach be disordered and in two weeks gained olghtpounds you have a Dyspeptio Look and It In weight. I could not lie down to. your kidneys bo afflicted you have a sleep, but now sleop perfectly easy, Pinched Look. Secure good health and am still improving wonderfully. and you will have good looks. Elec- Cannot say enough for the Nervine tric Bitters Is the groat alterative and Mrs. L. B. Millard, Dunkirk, N. Tonic, acts directly on those vital or- Y." "One customer used Nervine gans. Cures Pinples, Blotohes, Bolls and gained fifteen pounds in flesh, Sold says Brown &Maybury, Cortland, and gives a good complexion. at Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. 4 N. Y. Trial bottles and elegant to-da,- Zach Ried. On Monday at 2 o'clock the com- Business writing, Business Correspondence, Shorthand, mittee mot at the court house Book-keepin- g, Typewriting, Comnieroial Law, to organize. Mr. N. I. McDaniel was Spelling, etc. Arithmetic, Grammar, made temporary chairman and Mr. Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced stadsnt. M. P. Gray temporary Secretary, and finished. Diplomas awarded. Otnlogue In press. Application made for Incorporation. We.huve the beet home school of business In the State of Kontucky. then Mr, Sam'l R. Smith was elected permanent chairman, and Mr. Charles Weltzel permanent Secretary. BRED, SOON The nominatian of Mr. D. B. Walcutt, for sheriffand Mr. Alex Innes, for Circuit Clerk, as heretofore made, were ratified by the new committee Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. "I'fifcv'f "WELL WED." GlRLS WHO USE t ''v:k. SAPOLIO i 4r ' ; j" Are Quickly Married. Try It In. itfoxt House - Cleaning i July2-ly- STovir y . SIRVL, ft BAIN FOR SALE. THE !. or tuch box contains one month's treatment. 81.00 a box. or six boxes for $5 00, sent by mull prepaid on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE FARM OV TUE LATE CAPT. SIM lying on the Kentucky river, 9 miles below Frankfort. This property has n. good dwelling of seven rooms; all kinds of outbuildings; 2 tenement houses; 3 tobacco barns; U well watered and has one of the best lundlnzs nn the river. A large portion of the land ha b 'en In Tmut-men- t, grass for many years, a consldeiablenanof It Dr. E. C. West's Nerve And Brain a guaranteed specific for lljstorla, Dizzi- belngnew, and In line condition fortobaco. It Neuralgia. will be sold as n who e or divided Into two tracts. Kits, Nervous ness, Convulsions, Headache, Nervous Prostiatton caused by the use Possession given on, the 1st of next March. For of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental De- terms upply to L.B. MARSHALL. Sept. Frankfort, Ky. pression, Softening of the Brain resulting in Insanity and leading to misery, decay and death, Premature Old Age, Barrcness, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary Losses und Spermaof the brain, torrhoea caused by 3BKyHjw ssssswssssy 7sssMsTSiMa. 17-3- v WM. CROMWELL, EY-AT-LA- over-exertio-n self-nbu- se ATTORN PRACTICE IU W SIX BOXES. - REAL, BSTATB AGENT. also give spacIaI attention to the purehtM and sale qf real estate, collection of nts, claims, and the leKOttatUvo of loans 1nri9ui send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE CO., and J. W. OAYLE, Frankfort. Ky. To enre any case. With each orderrecelved by us for six boxes, nccornpanled with $5.00, we will Vranklln and th IN TOT COURTS OT adjoining counties, ana r $500 Reward! We will pay the nbove reward for any case o! Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Ueuda:he, Indigestion, Constipation, or Costlvencss we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They are tluroly Vegetable, and never fall to give sntlsfne-Po- n. Sugar Coated .Large boxes, containing SO pills, 25 cents. Beware of counterfeits and Imitations. The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN C. WKST COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. For sale by ull druggist. TABLER'SPHC BUOKEYEJjLC mirth-provokin- g. OINTMENT: ? h .i . 13-l- South f. r,f i e Estray 1892-l- ' l, .,..4. '' V lA'AiAVftt i MASTIN i'i(i :' OTH E R S Agents For v.1 ( 1 H w 'fl ) G-IT111 y N COLTS, the World For the Money ! PARKER and L C. SMITH jf t i& '. .( J & ' '1 A. r "t. . t- - .k s Loaded Shells, Shutz E. C, and Black Powder. H HORSE BLANKETS and BUGGY ROBES M J' MAiNKFORT KOUNDABOU'l - 1 5. FRANKFORT , OCT. 22, 1892. E killed a boy two years ago and who is still at large; Noah Handy, shooting Jordan Wheat, ovor a year ago; W. J. Gravitt, petit larceny; Charles Williams, a convict in the penitentiary, malioious cutting; Mary and Religious. (We would i CSV' , I & ftf. Iv5 M ii r, . W' jM v Minnie Crutchfield, misdemeanor; Charles P. Owen, two cases, malicious The following timo table is now in shooting and concealed weapon fc N. road: effeot upon the L. The indictment against Thos. Way, TBAIN8 WEST. charged with rape, was filed away. 6:50 a. m Ko.asleavoeFmnkfort Robert Suter for a misdemeanor 9:40 a. m No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort.,... 3:00 p. m was fined 100 and 'Clark Thompson 'Mo 19 leaves Frankfort..... 7:38 p.m. on the Bame charge dismissed. Charles Hutchinson, for assault, was XBAIMB BAST. m. uned'flve dollars and costs, and three No.l81eavoB Frankfort.... 10:10 n. 4:35 p. m. others who were indicted with him No. 20 leaves Frankfort No .24 arrives Frankfort ....17.48 p. v. were dismissed. j 9:16 p. m. No. 22 leaves Frankfort against The ' Nos. 28, 17 and 21 oonneot at Lagraage with casemurder James Gill, charged of Charles McFall, the Cinoinnati. Nos. 28 and 21 conneot for at Anchorage for Bloomfield Branch. on the train at Jett's Btation more W. W. Alexandeb, e a year ago, was set for Agent. day week. The trial of Ambrose Polsgrove THE OIRCI7IT COUKT. for killing Jerry Williamson, on the corner of St. Clair and Main streets, The Business Transacted During on County Court Day last November, The Week. was begun Thursday morning. The Commonwealth is represented by Judge Warren Montfort, who came Commonwealth's Attorney, John S. J;o the city Saturday evening, opened Gaunt and County Attorney L. F. the October term of the Franklin Johnson, and the defense by Messrs. Circuit Oourt Monday morning. Mr. James A. Scott, J. A. Violett, Jno. W. John S. Gaunt, the Commonwealth's Rodman and Robert B. Franklin. . Attorney, was present and ready to On the Way to Paradise. xeprosent the Commonwealth, bnt owing to the delay in impanneling Let us hope that the people who habitually distrIal-Vedn- TIME TABLE. ministers and officers otchurchesin the city if they would furnish us with any innrittncemenU which they may wish made.! t f be greatly obliged, to the JACOB SWIGERT& C(X Have Removed From tbe Batzell Building 4 Baptist Church Rev. W. 0. Taylor, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 o'clock, and at 7:30 p. m., as usual. - Penick, the his pulpit Episcopal Church rector, at 11 7:30. morning o'clock and in the evening at Rev. E. A. will ocoupy H101 MD 102 raREET,h Buimist of flurCnttil Tfghrt.1mm J. McOlusky Blaynoy. D- D., short time. the pastor, will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 and at 7:30 p. m. - First Presbyterian Church Rev. Henderson' the pastor, will proaoh tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30. i Sunday-school Methodist Church Rev. H. G. DWARD CLAASSEN, -- The' Epworth League meets in the ovenfng at 0:45 in the class room. services at the Church of the Good Shepherd will be conducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, 'to-morr- at 9:30 a. m. CESuOITZO-Ajr Uatuoijio Church TLb usual Plumber, GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - the pastor. the grand and petit juries the court did not get down to work until Tues, day morning. The grand jury was then impan- -' neled and charged by the judge and they retired to their room to inquire into all 'offences against the law committed since the last term of the court. Their names are as follows: Reuben Brown, Foreman; Wm, Jones, V. Berberioh, Cyrus Calvert, JohnWatkins, Polk Moore, R. A. "Wilson, sr., John . Hanley, Chapman Thomas, John Frazier, F. M. Shelton and J. W. French. The two petit juries impanneled jure as follows: PETIT JURY NO. 1. O. M. Jones, Hillory Bedford, regard their health will reach that desirable place, and avoid the locality which Is less desirable as au eternal residences on account of the heat and surroundings generally. But while we tarn In this vale of tears, why should we voluntarily endure the tortures of dyspepsia when a systematic use of Hostetter's Siomacu Bitters will rid us of the atrocious malady which unless physicians are very much at fault tends to shorten tho term oi our existence, iieanouru, uiuousness, consttpatlou utmost always accompany thla complaint and a re symptomatic of it. These are all extinguished by the Bitters, which also conquers completely malaria, rheumatism, nervousness Since the appearance ot "la and debility. grlppo" It has shown a singular mastery over this formidable complaint that has carried off so many of our brightest and best. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN T! JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK OaRiHriArv Church The usual GUARANTEED. services by the pastor, Rev. George Opposite State House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Darsie, at 11 and 7:30 as usual. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:30 p. m. PIPE AND PITTINGS, BTO. Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosefs The Young People's Society of ,naeavor win noia its uuriuiian weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 6:60. Thorough, Practical Instruction. Gradu" Catalogue ates assisted to positions. FREE. WjUcto Straiten Sulsess College, Srjanl I Southern Presbyterian Ohurch--Reo'clock and A i v. LOUISVILLE. KV. pulpit W. G. Neville 7 will occupy his p. m. The evening services at the South- AOOUjriOliUIl UUU1UU VY11A. morning at 7 11 H, & CUHEiS ALL MATTEL, TJESCE mence hereafter standard time. at o'clock, -- U1U" Go West. Snr,fimhfir nnd Onr.nhnr i..""f'.n:.".rii.T::;,";.:,":.' tne ju. jm. xtauroau win sen ucKets ArlrnnonQ27rVh OKfVi ex. port, the fifth Sunday .in October. at Evergreen Church, near Rev. F. W. Eberhardt will preach Bridge- DISEASES Consumption sold. Ftitiiruttr, 334 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY. UR IV QUIRT lm -- fn S, A, n other western James States at one fare and the round trip. for Mulholland, John Newman, B. O. For further information apply to W. W. Alexander, Milam, B. S. Hughes, James Parker, Agent. W. A. Howard, W. 0.Lutkemeior, J. Crit. Jackson, W. O. Bedford, James Kentucky Midland Railway Co's. Shareholders Meeting. Winter. north-wester- nnlnfa 'r tVl tn rr urribury, xvuiiauo, Turno ' nJiTl J TndlnnJ juiuruuu unu - Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach ana bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. 45-l- y i Cured. It to be one of the bejt medicines The physicians, two years ago. said my wife had consumption, both lungs uffect-d- . I have had to send her.-out- h for several springs to keep her, alhe, but since she has been taking tfSSr nt qtumii. Radam'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. Cedartown, Ga." "I believe PETIT JURY NO. 2. K m m K &. John Topaes, Dr. Lee Orutchor, Leo Jones, Jacob Gudgell, E. Power, L DaviB, D. O. Orutcher, Ben Marshall, James Rodman, P. O. Sower, Ohas. Weitzel, O. P. Dean. The case of John Brooks, oolored, charged with inhumanly and cruelly Rlohard whipping his step-son- , Romans, which resulted in the death of thd lad, was tried Wednesday. The testimony adduced was such as to warrant the court in peremptory instructions to the jury, and a verdict ofaoquittalwas accordingly rendered. The following cases on the criminal dookot were transferred to the Quarterly Oourt: John Poyton, George Money, Willis Logan, Charles Taylor, all misdemeanor; iC t -- A . Pursuant to the provisions of tho charter the annual meeting of the shareholders of the Kentucky Midland Railway Company will bo held for the election or a board of directors, and for the transaction of such other business as may be laid before them, at 11 o'clock, a. m., on Wednesday, November 9th, 1892, in the Counoil Chamber, in the city of Fran-lor- e, Jiy. liy order or Wm. Lindsay A. H. McOlurb, President. d Secretary. 7-t- "Musio. Miss Maria Lindsey, who has the past season been under the training of Herr Raif, Professor of Berlin, will return from Germany, October 20th, 1802, and resume her classes in musio, (piano and theory), at her father's powers of your medicine. Having been a sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial affection and Indigestion, after taking Microbe Killer all of the above lymtoms have entirely disappeared, ScYoral Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully testify to the curative WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM "yours, etc., THOS. L. DAVIS, "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, La." Asthma and Catarrh Cured. VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. FOR 20 YEARS residence, south west cornet ofWap-pin- g and Washington, streets, Frankfort, Ky. m Coal buokets from 20 cents to 45 cents at Buokley's. 6-- hi v MV ft ; vi 1 -. 'v Lewis Cohorn, two misde- contagious diseases. The eminent physician, J.Marlmeanors and orie concealed weapon; Edward O'Nan, jr., and John T. John- on Sims, of New York, says: "I son, carrying a pistol; Jack Estes, am convinced that Prof. Darby's Ike Adams, Dan Roaoh and three ProphylacticFluid is a most valuable disinfectant," 21 others, gaming. Tho following cases were continued: John Drlscoll, the liquor Martin Kelly, a convict who made 217 Broadway street, has! merohant, the finest an escape; Wm. Broedon, malicious brands of whiskies in the city. it. gutting; Wm. Minor, colored, who C-- Darby's Prophylaotio. m Will Use it in every To tho Public. keep the atmosphere pure and I wish to announce to the wholesomejremoving all bad odors ublio that I havq bought out from any source. he establishment of Mr. John Will destroy all Disease Germs, Drlscoll, at 237 St. Clair street, and infection Irom all Fevers and all will make a specialty of selling pure county whiskies, sick-roo- "I have been a sufferer from asthma and EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. catarrh, for more than two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting up in bed or reclli lng In .SOIdD EVERYWHERE. a chair. I hat e used one lug of Ridnm's Microbe rwpwdby KICmBBSOa.TAILOBMED. CO,, BT.tOUTS, Killer, and the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a child. I uttrtbute my relief to the remedy, and heartily recommend It to uny one suffering from asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. "Respectfully, tr "EDWIN R. MOORE, "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvllle, Ga." Fever and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after taking Microbe Killer for tllteen days I am entirely cured, niter being sick two years with mulurlal fever, and during which time I contracted other diseases, Mux, etc. I was ntended during this time by three ot thobest doctors ot the city without being bene-lltte- BLULWAS5 K FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL nrseries I old Anderson and am prepared to sell them as low as "WM. DOHERTY, any body in the market. A cool and "10 Celeste St., Now Orleans. La." refreshing glass of boor can always bo found on tap. Good soup every Mr. ltadnm's Microbe Killor Cures all Diseases by llomoting tho Cause. day from 10 to 12 o'olook, and a fine lunoh every Saturday night from 8 to Send 2 cents stamp for circular and tbe 11 o'clook. Mlcrobo War, shows what disease Is und;whattho remedy must be, and do, to cure It. Read it. F. J. Sutterlin, and you No. 237 St. Clair street, Frankfort, circulate It address will tho discoverer for saving your life, TREES LEXINGTON, KY. Oct. m Vines, and o very thing usually found in such un establishment. A full stock. Prices Low. Wo pay no agents. Doscriptivo catalogues on application. OF ALL KINDS. Small FnoiTS, AspAiiAacs, Grape Kentucky t. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. solengunts for Franklin coui ty. RADAM'S MICROBE KILLRR, Nashville. Tenn. J. W. GAYLK or LKCOMPTE& GAYLECO. H. F. HILLEftiftlEYER, . Jun, lG-lH 9E&L "ilWWH ISNHK 3K&4 ihehhm Tffiwmrw:1 FRUIT CANS, FRUIT JARS,. a? JELLY GLASSES, , Procelian Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers At reduced prices. One quart bucket Two quart bucket. "C..- Examine prices on Tinware. ' ' 4 . . , ... - miof vj k w. VmioIfo- ,........'....' - , 5 . . . 5 cents. -- . .w i ft Six quart bucket Eight quart bucket . ....'..".. ,20 15 ir Ten quarCbucket . One quart coflcepot . . ... n " f- - . . " " Three quart Four quart coffee-po- t coffee-po- t. ....... ..'...'.........,. ... . . , '...-...- . ;, T . . '25 5 l " '" Cflt .& .. 'i i& ..,..-...' 1. . . . .v, 10,V . . . . . 15, m Four qt., 30c; 6 qt., 40c; 8 qt, 50 c; iojjt., 55 c; 12 qt.. 60c; 14 qt., 65c; 16 qt.. 75c; 18 qt., 85c; 20 qt:, Si. 00; 24 Work solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. qt, Si. 25. ?Q Roofing, Guttering and Job . JOHN T COLUMBUS DAY. tirrfb between T A Sketch of; the Great Navigator's Life and a Report of the Celebration in This City. Columbus was born in Genoa, Italy, in 1435 or 1436, the exact date 'being uncertain. His father was a wool comber of small means, but he contrived to have his son educated at the University of Pavia, where he applied himself especially to mathematical and natural sciences. At fifteen years of age ho became a sailor and journeyed to every known country. In 1470 he arrived at Lisbon after a sea fight and wreck, and escape to land by a plank. In Portugal he married a daughter of a captain in the service of Prince Henry, called the Navigator, the first governor of Porto ' Santo, an island off Madeira. was about this time that he came It to the conclusion that he could reach Asia by sailing in a westwardly course. He made known his belief to the Senate of Genoa, which refused to entertain his proposition to make the voyage. He then turned to King John II, of Portugal, but here he was also disappointed, and while his brother, Bartholomew, was jour- neying to England in 1484 to communicate the design to Henry VII, Oo-- , lumbus set out for Spain, where, eventually, after much discouragement and. many promises unfulfilled, and while in the act of leaving Spain for France, hope was revived at Palos, whore he had halted at a monastery to ask for bread and water for himself and boy. Meeting Juan Perez, who had been the queens confessor, Columbus was at length once more to court s and after summoned . - ?t - I- r - i? 1 r.- - manded by ColumbuH in person, and two caravels, the Pinta with 30 men and Nina with 24 men. In all the adventurers numbered 120, and the fleet set sail Friday, August 3, 1492, and at two o'clock in the morning of Friday October 12, 1492, the island of San Salvador, in this great' western hemisphere, was sighted. That morning Columbus and his followers landed, and when they had "given thanks to God, kneeling upon the shore and kissed the ground with tears of joy for the great mercy received," the island was named San Salvador and possession taken for their Catholic majesties of Spain. On his return to Spain Columbus was received with the highest honors, and his wonderful discoveries were heralded over the world and started into existence voyages of discoveries by nearly all the European nations. Columbus made a number of voyages afterward to this hemisphere, and died in in Valladolid, Spain, on May 20, 1500. He was buried at Valladolid, and his remains transferred to Las Oiievas, Seville. In 1536 they were exhumed and taken to San Domingo, and again, 1705 or 1796, they wore disinterred and taken to the Cathedral at Havana, where they yet remain. TIIE CELEBRATION OP THE DAY. further disappointments, Ferdinand and Isabella, on Aprl 17, 1492, signed the agreement to prepare the great navigator or his long and dangerous voyage. The expedition consisted of the Santa Maria with 50 men, com- celebrated, President Harrison, after G. Neville. same Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. making allowance for the changes in At the colored school the Though history has fixed the day of the discovery on October 12, and it was on that day that New York City the Julian calendar, which was in vogue a the time of the discovery, and the Gregorian calendar, by which the computation is now made, named in his proclamation Friday, Oct. 21, as the day to be set apart for the celebration throughout the country and for the formal dedication of the World's Fair at Chicago. The day in - this city was not generally observed by the citizens but the' banks closed, the Legislature was not in session and the post office was open but a part of the time. Among the State departments one half of the day was given up to the celebration and at the Circuit Court the court-hous- e continued the trial of a murder case. The fires of patriotism however burned bright in the hearts of the school' children. At the Catholic Church, after appropriate exercises in the school, the children marched into the Church to the time of an inspiring air on the great organ presided over by Prof. Way-lanGraham. High mass, was then solemnized and the choir and children sang the Te Deum. At night the children again assembled in the Church and sang patriotic hymns as "Hail Columbia'' and "My Country 'Tis of Thee." Rev. Father W. E. Gorey delivered a splendid sermon on the life and charaoter of Columbus and the influence and power of the Roman Catholic religion in in spiring and fostering the cause of the Great Navigator, from which such grand results have been achieved. The benediction then closdd the services. At the public schools, exercises consisting of reading, recitations and historical essays were conducted in every one of the rooms of the South Side, the West End and colored school. Flags, banting and evergreens had previously been hung about the exterior of jbb buildings and the rooms beautifully decorated with golden rod, autumn leaves, mistletoe, evergreens, roBettes, designs, pictures and the national colors. The chapel of the South Side school was beautiful beyond description. The exercises began at ton o'clock and Rev. Father Gorey, in the chapel, 'offered" the Columbian prayer. About eleven o'clock the children of the West End school arrived and all the children of the South Side school marched Into the yard and took their places in front of the speaker's stand which had been erected for the occasion. Dr. U. V. Williams, President of the School Board, then read President Harrison's proclamation and "Columbia, My Land," was sung by the scholars. A beautiful flag 13x21 feet was unfurled and hoisted on a staff on the top of the school building and flung to the breeze at a height of about 107 feet. As the folds began gracefully to sweepout in the wind, the children saluted the flag by repeated huzzas, at which moment, 12 m., Capt. David O'Connell, of the Arsenal, with one of the State's cannon, fired a salute from the hill back of the school building. The orator of the day, Rev. H. G. Henderson,then delivered an address on the "American Flag," after whioh "America" was sung by the entire audience and the exercises closed by" a Columbian benediction by Rev. W. d ever brought to Frankfort. Olives', Olive Fancy Oil, French Peas, Mushrooms, Asparagus, Truffles. &zn.. in class and tin; TCTp.w TP.rim Pineapple and Cream Cheese, California Evaporated Fruits, New Oat WE OPENED jrettri xmney, u. ON MONDAY, OCTOBER l'Oth, one ot tne aoicest ana most completennfifi nt vv "? - Groceries 4 v jLVjmtu, .;, & T CALL AND SEE OUR GOODS WHETHER YOU PURCHASIj OR NQT . J. HEENEY, order of exercises was crone through Eugene Under-- " with and Dr. wood, colored, the orator of the day, NOTES. The South Side Grocer! Furniture Frailort IDufacturiqg Co. '' $ rt Henry Williams, on the South Side, celebrated the event by raising a new pole on his grocery and livery stable and unfurling a handsome new Mr. All the evening services at the tha Baptist Church will begin at 7 o'clock agent for th'o Charter yOak Stove of standard timo until further notice. St. LouiR, invited his Yriends and patrons this week to a public exhibition of cooking on this splendid statutes of Kentucky so dfeclare it range. On Wednesday, Thursday When Baby was sick, wo gate her Castoria. when the President issues his procla- and yesterday the stove, which was When Bhe was a Child, she cried for Castoria. mation. in operation on the second floor of When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castoria. on St. Clair When sho had Children, sho gave them Castoria essay on the rise Mr. Buckley's A well prepared public schools street, was examined and its merits and progress of the was read by Miss Maggie Daniel. It praised by a large number of people who afterwards enjoyed a substantial was a feature of the occasion. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. and1 Messrs. dinner cooked on it and spread Apr Mrs. Dora Furgerson One of, the the;r entertainment. The bestsalye in the world foi Crutcher & Starks and the Dolmonico advantages of the stove is the restaurant were not wanting in patri- manygauze oven door, which admits Cuts, Bruises, SoreS, Ulcers, Salt wire Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, otism. They had their stores decofresh air into the ovens and causes Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns rated with the National flags. the food to be baked evenly and A large number of people from the thoroughly without the necessity to and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay recounty were in to enjoy the day, and baste it every few minutes, or the quired. It is guaranteed to give while the special venire summoned fear that, as in the case of biscuit e perfect satisfaction, or money re fifty to make up the jury in the bread, it will be hard and tough or funded. Price 25 cents per box. case, a great many more were burnt on top. The philosophy is on the streets shopping or watching apparant to anyone, that a hot, light For sale by SouthSide drug Store, P. H, Carpenter. the progress of 'the work on the oven will dry up the moisture in the street railroad. air in the oven and the utmost care A large crowd of people, moBtly then is required to keep food from Gh6sapeake& Ohio Ry. the patrons of the school, were in at- burning or becoming dry, hard and tendance at the celebration. void of its natural flavor. This worry NEW VORK, PHILADELPHIA, WASHm and trouble of housekeepers, the wire INGTON, and all Eastern Cities. . The Old Original Remedy. gauze oven door and other late improvements have overcome, by reSick people should not bo deceived plenishing the oven with fresh air, Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE, by pretenders who talk about LEXINGTON nnd EASTERN" 'germs," "baccilli," &c, to without the addition of an ounce POINTS. sell tholr preparations, thus prevent- more coal than other staves of equal Time card In effect Sept. 14, 1892. ' ing people from buying the original size will burn. The stove is truly a EAST BOUND. Lve. Lexington, tested medicine. "Radam'd Mlorobe blessing to cooks and to be appreci.7:261. M. Fast Mull. No. 21 Killer" is what you need. It is now, 11.45 Accommodation, if. making ated it should bo seen by all who Mt. SterlingKxpress, No: 21. . No. 23. ., ..6:10 a. m. and for years has been, p. . Vestlbulecl more cures than all other remedies contemplate purchasing such an in- Moreheud Accommodation No. 23. . . . G:30iM. combined. Read their advertisement dispensable article of houshold furniWEST BOUND. Arr. Lexington. in this paper. Don't be deceived. ture. Mr. Buckley also has received LexliiRton Accommodation, No. 27 . . .85 a.m. 21 12:S0r.u. and opened to the publio on his lower Louisville Express. No. Lexington Accommodation, No. 25 . . .3.-0- p.m. Lost. , . , . . . G:10i k. floor the largest and handsomest lot of Vestlbuled Express, No. 23, Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars No beautiful lamps, ornamental designs, Bus transfers. A masonic cuff button with initials Through Sleepers from Lexington without; fine china and change. J. M. B. on back. Finder will please C. B. RYAN, II. W. FIJLLEB, leave at Banta's store and receive ware to be found in the city. "MV. flag. Sower & Ahler had a large American flag suspended across Main street for the three clays past during which Chicago has been celebrating the dedication of the World's Fair. Prof. McHenry Rhoads, the Superintendent, deserves great praise for the success of the day's celebration. It is no easy task to prepare a program and train children to their parts in the performance. The reading by Miss Cinnie Theobald of a Columbian poem was well performed with admirable effect. The President's proclamation made the day a general holiday, and the Have opened Sale Kooms on Ann Street,. near Christian Church. . . Si nr Y ' 71 . v h": GALL B1ID SEE fll GET PIES ' tsK ' Entertained by John T. Buckley. .Tnhn TV Change of Timo. 'Riio.klnv. who in .1. ra 4 store-room- s, Pols-grov- $-- iy 1 "Mi-crobi- ," bric-a-bra- c, cut-glas- s reward. 7-- lt. Oen'l. Puss. Agt, Washington, D. 0. Ass't Gen'I. Pass. Act. Cincinnati, O. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.. OSCAR O. M ORB AY, Tronic Jlauagar. T tf KX- - ' 7 .'tlWJt '. '" ' H"', ,?7 ' 3 'VTrfF'W ' I 'V !" Zl1-- '! t.;: r ; E?xsfcctical IM E, O. ZEBAGEN, Optician, of (Cat Showln IfcTe-- w "STorls. V K . wJLm m I Sir Y-- lve rware A new display of Elegant Silverware for . o & , ' f. . franjeitoo Largo.) jjOORRECTS all errors of refraction scientifically and examines1 the eyes with the Oculist Test Case, Opthalmascope, Retinoscope, tc, free of charge. Lenses ground to order and frames made to suit the face, at SELBEBT'S, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, November . Handsome Wedding and Birthday Presents OUR NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY. a,re , 7th, 8th, 9th( And two days eachjmonth thereafter. Glasses as low as no cents. The And we are showing the latest and best articles only. Purchasers canrest assured, that our prices Ibest assortment of Gold Eye Glasses and Spectacles to.'select from. " beyond a doubt the lowestnd orfr quality the best. If your head aches, eyes burn or water, sight' blurs, and 'your jglasses don't suit, come and consult me. I ' (m . .. ... ,' Mt . b. o. szEUKCA-CKEiis-r. i . I1 I- - ( M. A. SELBEET, The Jeweler, FRANKFORT. ft Matrimonial. f ft Blaok-Buawne-k Mr. Luldon Black And Mi88 Annie Brawner. of Antioch, precinct, were married Wednesday. Jennings-Abbot- t Mr. James I. Jennings and Miss Mary S. Abbott yraro married by Rev. W. 0. Taylor fat the Baptist parsonage on Thurs- day. 5 License to marry wao granted Wednesday to jMr. Wm. Harrod, of Shelby county, And Miss Fannie Hutchinson, of Flat foreek. 'j Brown - Lyons At the County '"Clerks' office, on Saturday afternoon, J?rank Brown and Miss Mock, both 'colored, were married by Rev. M. M. ' ' Madison. Lewjs-Glor-e Mr.- Dennis Lewis, county, was married to Miss of Owen y Alice Glore, of the South Side, Hahbod-Hutohinbo- n Hannen and Messrs. 'Frank Weitzel and R. D. Dinkle, of this city, and Miss Annie "Goff, of Eihinence, and with a license in their possession, which they obtained of County Clerk Smith on Tuesday, the young couple made the trip to Covington, where they were united in marriage by Rev. Father Cassac, of the Catholic Ohuroh. The groom is, a young man of sterling bqsiness qualities who will forge his way to the front,and the bride one of the loveliest young ladies in the county. The happy pair returned home to-da- y. The Called "SosBion of the Legis- lature. When Nature Needs assistance it may be best to render it promptly, but one should remember to use even the most perfect remedies only when needed. The best and most simple and gentle remedy' is the Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup - Wed-nesda- 7.V. il'V ' - mm r S K . ' $: r k JWi.' mai Jl ' . Ml ?i. 9 'Sli dence, Rev. W. G. Neville officiating. Co. ' Campbell-Morri- s Mr. Horace F. Accident to Stoddard Stanton. Campbell, of this city, and Miss Jessamine Morris, of Salem, Indiana were On yesterday morning a vicious married at Salem last Thursday, cow having gotten into Mr. T. L. Eev. Ohas. Hutchinson, of Jefferson-vill- Edelen's lot on tho South Side, Stodofficiciating. dard Stanton, "a son of Major Henry Parker-Manl- y Mr. Louis Parker T. Stanton, attempted to drive her And Miss Lnoy Manly, of Elmville, in out when she turned upon him and her horns in the face, this county, appeared at County struck hitn-witClerk Smith's office Saturday morn- knooked him down and ran over ing and procured a license to marry, him.. The goring in.the face tore open and shortly afterwards the holy bonds the lad's lip on the right side and were solemnized by Rev. W. 0. knocked a front tooth out. Dr. U. V Williams was summoned and found it Taylor of the Baptisjb Church. necessary to take several stitches to ANQLiN-FoiiEMr. Timothy Ang-Jibut otherFayette county, who is well close the wound in the lip,injuries-requirinof wise there were no other known in this city, where he has attention. friends and relatives, was married in Lexington Saturday to Miss Ella A reported outbreak of cholera at Foley, a young and pretty niece of Helmetta, N. J., created much exHb late wife. Mr. Anglin is the pro- citement in that vicinity. Investigation showed that the disease was not prietor of the Angliana stock farm. cholera but a violent dysentery ' Watson-Orbiso- n The wedding of which is almost as severe and danger-ou- s as cholera. Mr. Walter Willard, Mr.- - George H. Watson to Mrs. Alice a prominent merchant of Jamesburg, Berry Orbison has been announced two miles from Helmetta, says Chamfor next Tuesday. The oeremony will berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea be performed by Rev. E. A. Penick, Remedy has given great satisfaction cases of the Espiscopal Church, atrl o'clock in the It most, severe oneofof dysenis certainly the best tery. p. m., at the home of Mrs. Orbison's things ever made. For, sale by J. W. lm father. Opl. Hiram Berry, on the Gayle, Druggist. 'South Side. It will be a quiet affair and but few persons other than the A Piece of Injustice Corrected. relatives will be present on the oo. Mr. Geo. L. Willis, the correspondcaaion. After luncheon the couple ' ent of the Louisville Times, in Tueswill take their departure for a trip to Chicago and other points in theV day's issue of that paper published a the opinion of fiov. Northwest. They will then return 'statement that Senatorial Address on Knott and the and keep house in the residence of Mrs. Lou Cannon, on Ann,liear Olin-- 1 Gov. Brown's veto of the Revenue Bill, whioh the Roundabout office ton street. printod, had not been paid for and Brooks-Hooke- r A swell wedding that th6 printer was angry because in ooiored circles occurred Wedne- he had not received his money. The sday evening at the Big Bethel Baptist ' Church, when Mr. Thos. L. Brooks, story is false and malicious in the intention of Mr. Willis to go outside of the . popular contractor aud carpen-te- r, legitimate news tolrag a purely priand Miss Lizzie Hooker, the vate matter into the Stato House rupdaughter of the well known caterer ture in order to sling filth against the Jesae Hooker, were united in mar- opponents of tho policy of Gov. riage. Rev. Eugene Evans performed Brown. The printing of these pamthe ceremony in the presence of all phlets referred to was long since paid the colorod elite. The church was for, and tho Roundabout has no verbeautifully decorated, and the toilets bal or written contract or dealings of the bride, and her attendants were for the work withy any member of the elegant. After the ceremony refresh- Legislature. Such unreliable news, ments were served to a number of in- and on personal and not public matvited guests at the residenoo of the ters, as Mr. Willis has often sent to bride's father and the couple loft for hiB paper, is unworthy appearance in a trip to the East. any newspaper. It is giving a mean Hannen-Churo- ii Mr. George L. advantage to an irresponsible writer Uanrien, of the hardwaro firm of this who feels himself Bocure behind His city, and son of Mr. Larry Hannen, own general debility and the protectof Peaks' Mill preolnot, and Miss ing powers of tho homo publication Emma Ohuroh, daughter of Mr. office, but the Roundabout fortuJames Ohuroh, of tho county, sur nately is' able to take care of itself prised their friends Wednesday. and correct an injustice done to its Mihh Annnrntmniftn hv Debbie proprietor and its patrons. ' . iC. e, h Y n, K evening at the bride's resi- The labors of the called session of the Legislature, are drawing to a We have only a few of them, close. The Corporation but every lady should have one. Ask at bills were passed this week, the forIt is a brjght little book about mer with tho article creating the Our Store for a New good carpet sweepers about bank examiner stricken out, and the Rl.QQCI I latter with the appointment of AUd MSSELL'S CARPET erir" tor's agents remaining in the hands . A7t 7 TLf'- t SWEEPERS. of the Auditor. The latter bill whioh, wvwiucasrm ma jttrigtt, on its former passage, raised all the That everyone who lives on carBrief Way row between the Governor and the pets ought to read. Sixteen pages Legislature, and was vetoed because of new ideas put in a new way t it did not receive a majority of the on votes of all the members-elec- t the concurrence in the conference x to;those who ask for it. committee's report, which the Governor construed to mean the final passage of the bill, received on the passage last Thursday a vote pf 59 to Remember . the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. 7 in the House, and 22 to 0 in the Senate. Besides these two bills, tho Legislature at this session passed the other three vetoed bills, the Attorneys' bill, Fiscal Courts and Classification of Cities. Of the three remaining bills to which the Governor called the Legislature to aot upon as having been approved by him, but which were in the same condition as TITE pledge ourselves in favor of the Revenue bill, viz: The Election bill, the Judicial Redisricting bill and World's Fair Appropriation, the f of customers from x Legislature rejected further considerevercharge, adulterations and misstatements. ation of the former, and refused to for every one with DT'IESESIE take any cognizance ofthe two latter. the merchant who does most for his customers. After the Corporation andjReveniie bills have been enrolled, compared of monopolistic and signed by the speakers, and a rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. sufficient time allowed for the Governor to sign or disapprove them, the of the people's burden, called session will terminate and an and buyer's bugbear 1tax profits. additional expense of more than' $00,-00- 0 on be fixed upon the responsibility of some. one who the will be called upon later to hear it. The Legislature, after .adjournment, and-Revenu- R; ROGERS & SON, RHnil e I m - Free OUR PLATFORM. DPeOTEJOariOOiT M TEiLDB. IF.KOIHIIBI'X'IEOIfcT tax-paye- rs will ir on Nov. 16. Fhe Street Railroad. BUY AS YOU VOTE INTELLIGENTLY! Ti The railroad company is making every possible effort to put the fin- As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our ishing touohes to tho track and have in support of our claim for FAIR, v business record the cars running at the very earliest SQUARE DEALING. moment. The frogs for the switohes arrived the first of the week and a We promise for the future the btjst in quality, the most in quantity, large force of workmen havo been and the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction engaged every day and as late as 10 of age or class, and behind our promise stands o'clock at night, laying tho switches our splendid stock of and making all the connecting links required, but until the new floor has been put- - down in the bridge the work of laying tho rails across that structure will necessarily bo postponed until one day next week. Residents now as far out as Col. John L. Soott's on the Versaillss turnpike are endeavoring to raise a sufficient bonus to induce the railway company to extend its line to the limits of the city. This will inoreaso the distance and make the railroad more popular with a largo number of people who will patronize it for recreation and the The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranteed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. pleasure of tho ride, and will also See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. bring into easy accessibility a large hill-to- p land that will make area of beautiful and most desirable resiAs yet the company dence sites. have not taken action on tho matter. The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, Boots and Shoes, :I it Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. Pooplo call it baokaoho and do nothing for it until the doctor is called and he pronounces it rheumatism. If they hacl used Salvation Oil in time the doctor's bill could have been saved, R. K. McCLURE. Boots Vj:l.aji MastinBros. havo some splendid.) seconu-nan- u Murreys, rneatonB ana Buggies that they offer cheap. 42,-t- f. Bargains. Shoes, Hats, Books, .&c. '&M feiikfil&ii. Jf&fifciiWr. , . - I V . ., .(kwAa . ..,.,...'.. JiS. ;.,'. Jit'.viJfca. IBS I , FALL AND WINTER DISPLAY o :p-The greatest lot of Bargains wo havo ever offered the trade. Belrttf largo buyers enables us to sell at prices the smaller dealer pays for his goods. "Wo have made great preparations for apiargo business. We have goods to to suit the masses. GrlRL Jk-JSTTD , I ! U Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings! - TAILORING DEPARTMENT, - vf Bunlap's Pall Styles, For which we are .sole aEents here. best hat in the world. The - mestlC "Cloth, the latest TlOVeltieS in foreign Utid fall and CaSSltnere. ' ' i do- - ' we don'1 doub,e our shoe thi season, it' will be for the reason the peq- - soes. If i v JS'UDJtDCJF DOCL'SCSI- Begin in price at i.oo and up to 5.po. All classes supplied here. Such a large line that you'll find any kind of a hat you wanUor yourself or boy, and from 2Sc. BeSt GOOdS, Best CuttePS Mil BSSf Make; IN FACT THE U1V "H 1? "R V A W HjJMX. 3 3MCE33NT!S AILORIETO AT The greatest stock we have ever shown, at startling law prices Fine White, Me-- '' rino at 50 cens, worth 75 cents Fine LOUISVILLE, Scarlet, sold last season for $1.50, for J?i. Fourth and JefTerson. wfCltOlOP Ofc OtSlPjhLS. FRANKFORT. 33b to 340 Main. know wJiat a stock we have, and the low prices we have reached. We put in shoes here to build up a. bis shoe business, and if selling here at short prof-will do it we'll get the business,' What do yu thInk of buying Ladies' Fine Kid Shoes for $l00. 5 Fine Gat ShCS I,2! Child's Scho1 Shoes for gi.oo; Men's Boots for Si, 50; , . . - ,. M s c " 3no lor Pe don't i- - fr ,- 2'' BOYS' - CLOTHING. Boy's Long Pant Suits at $3 00. $4.00, 5.00, S6.00, 8.00, Siooo, and up to $15.00. Long pants begin at fifty cents, and up to $5. 00. No such stock of Boys' I Best make and I Clothing shown here. OIjOTiOCIISrCSr. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING- .t best fit. I Our long experience in the business bears us fruit every day and we are will- ing to divide with the generous public who have helped'us build up our large business. Years of hard work and close application it takes, but we love our work and we can't stay behind. We like the front rank. Men's suits for $4.00. $$. 00. JS6.00, $8 CO and $1000. Men's finer" dress ' suits at $10.00 up to $25.00. fit for anybody to wear. Short pants, 25 cents up to S2.50. Suits 4 to 13 years. $1.50. Good school s,,'ts $2. 50, $3.00, 53.50 to S6.0O, Finer goods for dress wear, JS5.00 to $12.00. Clothing to suit the masses. fr CRUXCBraili ISM CBfrw'flpi jO TRE THTCSS FRANKFORT AND LOUISVILLE. ;n cJ RiiUIIIIIll btr.i't, It Hart mi t n& wniv Shortsightedness. To Lexington. writtta y The Kentucky Midland will sell To waste your money on vile, dirty, watery mixture compounded by in- tickets to Lexington and return, experienced persons, when you have October 15th to 27th, at 86 cents. Acthe opportunity of testing Otto's count Lexington Races. To the City of Mexico and return, Cure free of oharge. Why will you continue to irritate your throat and .November mat to Z3d, at 08.45. Aclungs with that terrible hacking count International Medical Con couch when Chapman & WilliamB gresa. 0. D. Beboaw, Tvill furnish you a free sample bottle G. P. & P. A. of this great guaranteed" remedy? Hold a bottle of Otto's Cure to the How to Cure a Cold. light and observe itsbeautifnl golden color and thick heavy syrup. Largest packages and purest goods. Simply take Otto's Cure. We know Large bottle 60c. iassKJHI Mill mmmmmmmmr you wliilom A W00BF0RP FARM FOR. SALE.. T AM AUTHORIZED TO SELL A VALUABLE CO acre farm in Woodford county. Ky. it is the old Bob Ciutcuer place,, adjoining the farm of Tom Freeman, near Sprlnir Station. I will sen on very reasonable terms. Possession given the first day of next March. Persons wishing to purchase will please examine the farm and then communicate with or call and tee me for terms at Frankfort, Ky. J U UN L. SCOTT, Attorney for Mrs. Mar I. Johnson. kt iitnuon. 1 la britflr ttack aar falrl ui.iMC.nl jxraos g ioaa. r iroaim 70a pttUI, ptnaaal mblllca loltlllr.nt FOR 44 taf(til 1 4ti MILES SOUTH. of Frankfort, on the Little Benson and. Lane's Mill turnpike; u splendid Eureka ruckaway horse: also one or two hundred locust posts Apply to Mas. R . B. McKEE, 8apt.2m. On the premise. J f ACRES OF GOOD LAND. SAEr Remedy. trriir. and nha. ftr loilrotll&o, will work Indaa. triou.Ir, hew It tra Thr Tho. rliUtrix, wh (a llld and Moore's Poultry yoij- - rm n.s will stop a cough quicker than any Advertised Letters atPrankfort,Ky. known remedy. If you have Asthma, Bronohitis, a list of advertised Consumption or any disease of the Below will bo found throat and lungs, a few doses of this letters for the week 0 ending October great guaranteed remedy will sur22d, 1892 : prise you. If you wish to trj jit call at our store, Heilman, 0. Arnold, P. M. on Main street, and we will be pleased Allen, Mrs. Mary Holl, Capt. G. free of cost, Hale. Mr. and Mrs. to furnish you a bottle assertion. Bates, Forna and that will prove our Robt. Baker, John N. Chapman & Williams. 45 Livrict, P. S. .Bona, James Barry. Miss Mary Laakford,Mr3.Tilda Call on John Driscoll,, the liquor Leanard, Wm. Berry, Sam'l merchant, 217 uroadway street, lor Mageo, William Beams, Willie pure Anderson county whisky. Moore, Willie Clarke, George Cunningham, Miss Poll, W. M. Spicer, Fainie G. Mncrcrie Diokerson, Mrs. Stringfellow, Miss m A Farm Hand Wanted A man who knows something about attendKate Lizzie Davidson, Rev. Thomas, Miss Alma ing to horses and working a garden can find steady employment by the (2) Wm. year on applying to James Coins, Tandy, Will Ellison, Leroy Millville, Ky. White man preferred, Weber, A. P. Easloy, S. W. Fisk, Mrs. Mary Wisenall, Bernard and must come well recompiended. Willis, Eddie Glasa, Mr. , When calling for those letters say adLOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARfertieed. KET. e-3-- .. 45 of its astonishing cures and that it will alts ftirakf At altiutloa BpUjBlal, ar wklah jraa can an that aawanl. I cbarrt BaSUsr tad nctlra aoto-i-a( nd Dellr..i c rurla thau ow ocalltlii. wh.ra. rr tbij Urt. I Frankfort, Ky., tept. 24, l9Z-2- UMVERSITY.ofVIRGINIA CHARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. Next session begins 15th Sept. dourses In Art, Engineering, Law, Medicines. For announce- TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE; 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures la Imtb, u Nolblar dlfflcnlt obIiiiabort. ment apply to wm. M. THORNTON, LL., D., Chairman. CHOLERA More AND tion of - GAPES., .ffi taqslraa tooalr. 1 time. I dulr bat ona ptrtoB fton r Ibal tnath ach dlitrict or kaTt W. J, 0HIH1, JR, Will practice in all State Courts, rice second floor, Custom House. Of. then pays for Its use In the extra produc- Maklnff OTftr Tkraa Thauacnil nall.ra m aalld.nra. fall pattlculara IVea. Afl.r you know all, If tob Waleda lajro bo fartfctr, rthj. bo kana U doaa. jlddr.M, Y a. Bumbr a.1i Uif bt aad pcoTldid with a lam who art AIII.M.BV Get m B3T n Dec.5-ly- C . !., 1 Box , 0, Aufuala, Mala. a trial :e box. Jan.SO-ly- . PQB CHAPMAN S-A.Ij- OSUflESffliT RoVi'S. Franklin tjrm 'Y2mmT?- 7 & WILLIAMS. DRUGGISTS- Ammmm'lmvm:r LI Xj-sx-stiez- k, PRESCRIPTION n-iy. - Frankfort, Ky. A Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS' AND SUNDRIES. 1LOW HATES TO VIA THE POPULAR. Finest April SOB A - J. M. Saffxll, Postmaster, Worth Knowing. Many thousand people have found a friend in Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. . If vou have never used Xhls great specific for the prevailing malady of the age, Dyspepsia. Jbiver uompiaint, Rheumatism, Oostiveness, Nervous, Exhaustion, Nervous Prostration, ' Sleeplessness and all diseases arising from derangement of the stomach, liver and kidneys, we wbuld be pleased to give you a package of this great nerve tonic free of charge. Ohapmak & Williams. 45 mm ! I FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE T0DACC0 WAREHOUSE. , mimwwm CHICAGO DR. THE SUORTE8T AND QUICKEST WATER in Frankfort a -- S- I - i. justclosed amount to 1,078 hhds., with to OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the FOB THE rnpfllnfn for the same faeriod of 631 hhds. Sales on our market since JanDEDICATORY SERVICES Time, 25 Hours. uary 1st amount to 136,106 hhds. Sales OF THE of the crop of 1891 on our market to SOLID VE8TIBULED TRAINS. date 118,115 hhds. The receipts have been unusually IN LEXINGTON. KY..- The shortest and quickest. light for the past week; sales at OCTOBER 21st. publio au'otion have also been small. Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala Saturday, Nov. 12th, 1802. Prices for all grades of burley Day Trains have Magnificent Parlor nnd Cafe about as they have been for Dining Cars. Night Trains have Wagner StandHEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical ' some weeks past ard Sleeping Cars, Combination Sleeping nnd Time, 26 Hours. Bullet Oars, Reclining Chair Cars and Elegant operation an u wun mue or no pain. The following quotations fairly , REEERENCES . represent our market for burley Solid Vestlbuled Train". The Short line be Coaches. 1(JMbBh W. McKee nardle, Frankfort, Ky. . m . tobacco, orop of 1891: twopii ("MnMnnatl nnd Remember those Important Facts! J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. 2 Iiourf. Lexington, Kt.. Time, Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, Ky. All trnltiB of the Big Fonr Route leve Central We hare some first class second Trash (dark) or damaged 00 12 Knoxville. Tknn.. 50 tobacco J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. Union Station, Cincinnati, making direct conneck 43 17 A8HKVILLE, N. Ol, " hand buggies and phaetons for sale. Common Oolory trash...$56 50 $5 60 V. BeFberlch, Frankfort, Ky. 8 tions with all trains of the Queon & Cresent and '' 11 CnATTANOOflA.TKNN., ." ' Call and Bee them if you want a bar- Medium to good colory Rev. L. P. Ilulett, Benson, Ky. Louisville t Nashville Rys an advantage offered ' Qa., 16 ATLANTA, A. II. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. by No Other Line. gain., Mastin Bros. ButMfKOUAM. Ala.. 16 ,,.8 50 10 00 Direct ConnectlonsutNewOr.oanRandShre trash Ky. V. J. llughes.Frunkfort, Pass In Full View of the World's Fair Build30-t8 50 port forTexna, 7 00 David Moore, Benson, Ky. ings and stop at the Ground . Common lugs not colory m Mexico nnd California. Jas. M. Wlthrbw.Frankfott, Ky. Enter Chicago nlong six miles of the BeautiLeave Frunkiort via Kentucky Midland tliillwaj Common Colory lugs The best whisky over offered to Medium to good colory 8 00 12 00 vlaGeorietowri5;l.'iu.m.;iirrlveClnclnnatnO:2 ful Lake Front and stop at VauBuren st. Station, directly in front Auditorium, Richelieu, Lelaud DR. KELT.EY'S office and residence Is at 269' the trade, at $2 per gallon, at John ax. OulcHer 10 00 a.AlltroliiBirrlvthan any other line. 12 00 lugs West Eighth street; Cincinnati, and where he may Driscoll'e, the liquor merchant, 217 it leparttrom Central Dntos and Victoria Hotels. be found every day of each week except SATUR- Common to medium leaf 9 00 14 00 Depot, Clnclnnut: Broadway street. Secure these advantages by go)ng via the DAYS, Pamphlets describing these diseases Por Bate. afapa, dec. taares 17 Off 14 00 . m . Medium to good leaf. Big Four Route. and the mode of1 treatment sent, free to any one-bE. T. OHARLETON, ' W. I. KELLEY, M. D addressing N.... 17 00 25 00 D.B. MARTIN. Wire grate Are guards from 60 Good to fine leaf. D. P. ax. A.,onaiianooea. 269 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, 0- - ' Gen'l Faisenger Agent, D. i. BUWAHUB, Select or wrappery bed. Miller. cents to $1.25 at Buokley's. Call CONSULTATION FREE.. Cincinnati. 9 P. I.T Trat. Mm. Cincinnati 32 50 25 00 tobacco fore they are gone. Sales on our market for the week kmm BIG FOUR ROUTE W. I. KELLEY, ij. WORLD'S FAIR fho:s:tx:8: hotkl,, -- tobac-QOfiX- Q m 1 f. , t. . y fl-- i ItfiJUtAit mam