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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892102901 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fr'W ssrwto v " T 7T v$! p ln-- pi, The JiEAMPOBT KOMMBOTJT. GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. A WEEKLY PAPERS-DEVOT- ED y4 r J.v, TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. 1 TERMS: $1.00 In Advance Volume XVI. &' $ FMNKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 20, 899. Number 8 Pay the Price of the Royal for Royal only v AN ADDITION! h , ?& ,'M To Your Stock of Game, if You Buy Tour iV- ?,?4 lis? ? & . '.-- r Royal Baking Powder is shown by actual chemical tests absolutely pure and 27 per cent greater in strength than any other brand. Many second-cla- ss brands of baking powder x ,are urged upon consumers at the price of the first-cla- ss '' high-cos- t, Royal. These powders, because of the inferior quality-- of their ingredients, cost much less than the Royal, besides being of 27 per cent, less strength. If they are forced upon you, see that you are charged a correspondingly lower price for thern. nature aglow, what is there to solace the weary mind after a day's toil more than to sit; nnd wntch the sink-in- ? san'd. reflection on the hills and listen to the sweet music coming from the throats of u hundred birds and lowing cattle. ,In autumn, to behold the same beauties of nature's sun reflecting on the golden foliage of the forest hills Tell me. is there anything more consoling to the weary mind than nature's beauty on one of those lovely evenings. Life in the country may seem dreary, but to us it is grand, indeed, to view nature in all its beauty and drink the pure, fresh air and sink to sleep on our downy pillows and rise in the morn refreshed, saluted by nature's beauty and melodies and go on our way rejoicing. BROWNIE 1 . ! '' tioaded Shells, Guns - : - T2 t ; ' ' ,', . - 1.' .. And - Sporting - Goods ',1 ,' Prom The Leading Hardware House of M. P. GMY, ' t The Old Bridge. U Old Bridge) ro warped nnl worn nnd weak, Tnough dumb, thr hea y burdens spaik In trembling ago and groaning heart, Of what thy wast and what thou art. Thy rattling chains have oft rehears'd The years long p.ne, when thou wa first To cross the waters In the Statu Young Men's Christian Association- District Conference. The Annual Conference of Lexington District of Young Men's Christian Association will be held at Georgetown. Ky., Saturday and Snnd.iy, November 5th and 6th. The boundaries of the Lexington District com-EriJbhe counties of Anderson, wonder to the sanll and great. Thy creaking planks speak of the fears. The hopes, tbe sighs, the Joys, the tears Wnlch unto thee all aivs gavo In tiust, from chUdhood to the grav. A I WER.S u TT&FRAZ . PT1 4 4 JiJj S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, And when the patterllit rain camo down, Or snow was whlt'nlnt all tby crown, Or winter's wnlstllng wind blew strong, Friends sought then for thy shelt'rlni aiug. Vt Bui now, romantic Link of Time! Thou'rt at the point tvnere the sublime Becomes ridiculous to sneak Of things both modern and uu:liue. Thy loving friends have long since gone, And with thy added burdens on, The Car of Progress ring its bell Tor thee, Old Bridge! It Is tuy knell! Lively Boy. I Physicians Puzzled. t I it n Our little town is on a boom. who three months. Trial' bottle and ele- - Mrs. Dotson, again. has been ill, iB i able to be out , gant book free at J. w. Gayle's. The school children were given holiday on Friday Columbus day. Borabblo. A protracted meeting is In progress Is Marriage a PailuroP U at the Christian Church in Graefen-bnrNice rain and pleasant weather. Havo you been trying to get the M. D. Moore visited Eminence this Prayer-meetin- g is held at Fair best out of existence without health W-- ' week on business. every Friday in your family? Have you been View school-hous- e wearing out you life from the effects night G. F. Moore and wife visited near tf Liver Complaint and at Mr. R. D, of Dyspepsia, Are you The prayer-meetin- g Eminence this weekIndigestion? sleepless at on Thursday night of night? Miss Lulie Moore attended church Armstrong's, largely attended. Do you awake in the morning last week, was feeling languid, with coated tongue at Jacksonville Sunday night last. Mrs. E. Barnes, of Dallas, Tex., and sallow, haggard looks? Don't do James Stivers , has rented Mrs. who has been visiting her aunt. Mrs. it. A shout the camp tells how Wilborn's fiirm and will move to same B. Dotson, left for home Friday Aunt Fanny'sin Health Restorer has 'the coming season. morning. cored others; it will cure you. Trial Misses Annie and Lulie Shouao, package free. Jrimes H. Harnett, sohool commisLarge size 50o. rt sioner, visited our sohool at this who have been spending the summer Chapman & Williams. 46 here, have returned to their home in ''V, place Thursday last. Dallas, Texas. Mrs, John Doakins and family, of Plenty. Orbppers, are visiting Mrs. D.'s t parents at this place. A Million's Friend.. Mr, Jaok Clark has canceled his A friend in need is a friend indeed, trade with Mr. John Samples and is ai.d not less than one million people looking for a' small farm to purohase, have found just Buch a friend In Dr. at this time. King's Now Discovery for ConsumpW have I will give you a short description tion, Coughs and Colds. If youMedi' of this portion of God's moral vine- never used this Great Cough yard. Scrabble is situated in the cine, one trial will convince you that eastern part of Shelby county, near it has wonderful curative powers in thp Franklin county line; it is located all di'BeaseB of Throat, Chest and on the waters of Fallen Rock creek. Lungs. Eaohbottle is guaranteed to mile from its terminus do all that is claimed or money, will with Backbone creek; it is accessi- be refunded. Trial bottles free at Phil. Oab.pentek's Drug Store. ble by piko, connecting with lit 1 and Croppers piko. and on Large bottles 50c. and $1.00. .J,t- - the west leading to Franklin county cm r H 4 line; on the east, near Lebanon XjOST. For Diamonds, Solid Gold Church, It is in sight of school-housDistrict No. 87, although it' is surand Silver Watches, Stov nji" X Meek & Milam brass rounded almost by hills and forest yet it is a lively place. Specialties in reel No. 2, witli pole audi Silver nnd Silver Plated Win e. spring-anwas lost Friday autumn In the spring line. time, when the hills and dale are niglit on tlie road betAveeu W, L. COPPERSMITH, clothed with nature's verdure and tlic WnHh Haucoclc place bloom and the meadows aro carpeted and MniiRiiu & Darnell's THE JEWELER, is the cheap with green grass and the forest stable, A Iiberalv clothed, in a new suit of green, birds will be paid for its. Call est plaoo ill Frankfort singing in tho boughs, herds and to tltls office. anil he convince 3Ks wandering on the Dills, all f. j 14g. vous diseases, dyspepsia, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of mind, neaaaone, so. four aoses of tnis Nervine cured Mrs. W. E. Burns. South UHUU. Ind., who uuu UHUI1 specialist the eminent Indiana in nervous and heart diseases, who Alphonue HempHng, of Summit! has ' proven that this habit arises township, Butler Go., Penn., made an from a diseased heart. Ho has ex affldnvlf. t.hnf-- hfn t.vnlvA.vninl1 ann amined and kept on record thousands who had had St. Vitus Dance for or cases His jNew Heart (Jure, a twelve years, lost his speech, was wonderful remedy, is sold at J. V. .completely cured after using three Gayle's. . Thousands testify to its bottles of Dr. Miles' Restorative value as a cure for Heart Diseases Nervjno, and also recovered his Mrs. Ohas. Boney, Loveland, Colo., speech. Thousands testify to won- says its effects on her were marvelous. derful cures from using it for ner- Elegant book on heart disease free. . i Heeovers His Speech. Many persons are unable to sleep their ' left side. The cause has long been a puzzle to physicians. Metropolitan papers speak- with great interest of Dr. Franklin Miles, on - 4 I Bridgeport. Prof. S. C. Mitchell, Georgetown A Complete Assortment of Wood HZautcls, College. Dr. J. A. Stucky, Lexington, A. A. Hill, Central University, RichFolding: Beds, mond. Chamber Suits, All the special lines of Association work for young men will be d'scussed Suits, and practical methods of work pre FOR THE- Wardrobes, sented by experienced workers. Young men fn towns whore there CUiffoniers1, are no Associations are cordially in vited. There will be a rate of one Sideboards, fare and a third for the round trip Uutqunlei! in Clftina Closets from points within the territory of tne Jjistrtot, and entertainment will Extension Tables, he provided for all who attend. Style, quality mid Finish. I Chairs, Rockers, &c. special attention will be given during the Conference to the considera tion of plans for reaching and m si & i young men ip small towns and s ri a - v jz& country places, and delegations from such places are inf ted to attend. It is hoped also that many churches FINE LEATHER WORK, MADE TO ORDER BY will send delegates from among their young men. MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS, EXPERIENCED WORKMEN. Those thinking of attending the Conference should .write Henry E. Rosevear, State Secretary Y. M. 0. A., 431 W. Walnut street, Louisville, Ky., for programs and full Information. Fayette, Franklin Jessamine, Mercer, Scott and Woodford. The coming conference is being looked forward to with great interest Dy tne unristian young men ot this section of the State. A very attractive program has been arranged, and ohiong those who will be present and participate in the exercises are State Secretary Rosevear, W. F, Daum. General Secretary Y. M. C. A., Lexington. H. W. Hutchins, General Secretary Y. M. O. A., Covington. Lexington, Ky. ITURE COME AND SEE US FOR NEW GOODS -- v. ' si- - I'arlor K& Fall Season of i892. -- help-ingth- e iif '.inn rm ' .' i.i i i i LOWEST PRJOKS GUARANTEED. :.' V ,' M BROWER,SCOTT & FRAZEE, Carpets, Furniture, Wallpap v. tv. Draperies. w u-.- we are-us- II H PI VAa il rr. iav one-fourt- h Pleas-urovfll- e , e, It reward return i Vti 2-t- r i y, J.sJ!ii&lL."' iAiMlsJ ?lkit&Wdfcia x' r I una wwir-sr5iwraRHCTa- - ,! ;- - '" T ' 'OTHWT'T?""' v ' - J ;,.'-- .. 2 j;? , 4 1 3MEillD-ui.im- . "7Vr&L&oxx& Iroxx Roofing d SELLING OUT AT ! q rp CO . M n: We will sell, at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles tod numerous to mention. We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for casli. Allbbds ed(l,on time ( Will be charged at regular price. v ' , . .f . c-- 1 ii,y)U i D ;..M, k.. r.J ' hm vt.-.- t th.:J' a bsite I'M. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. a E.. COLLINS & BRO., , ftg - Bank. I ,!..,) trip to Chicago. Ool. Hiram Berry is home from - Mrs. Jeff Minor is visiting- friends in Shelby county. Mr. Thomas Duffey, of Louisville, was here Monday. Mrs. Ferd Jacobs is home from a visit to Cincinnati. Miss Rebecca Averill is visiting friends In Louisville. Mrs. Dr. Tyree, of Virginia, is visiting Miss Eva Hoge., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Bradley were in Louisville Tuesday. Mr. George Shinkle has returned . from a visit to Indiana. visiting Mrs. Thomas B. Newman is her'niother in Louisville. ' Miss Carrie Selbert returned home from Cincinnati Saturday. Mr. Richard Morris returned his trip to Texas. Mil. Ohas. Milward, of Lexington, was'in the city Wednesday. t. Gov. Bryan attended the Court of Appeals Thursday. Miss Maggie Gorman, of Louisville, is visiting her friends here. Miss Lee McBride, of Shelby county, is visiting in this city. Mrs. Creed Cardwell, of Lexington, is visiting Miss Maggie Taylor. Mr. Will Dorsey, of Peru, visited relatives in this city Thursday. Miss Margery Dudley is visiting Miss Helen Gifford, in louisuille. Mr. Thomas DeLime, of New York City, is here visiting his mother. Mrs. Sam. E. James haB returned from a visit to friends in Newport. Miss Kate Green went to Louisville Thursday to visit Miss Ellen Harris. Capt. and Mrs. W. F. Dandridge returned home from Chicago Monday. Miss Eva Hoge left this morning for Cincinnati, where she will study music. Mrs. H. M. Stucky, of Louisville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. S. P. Brow-'deThurs-day'froEx-Lieu- r. in i.. aneiuy oouuKj't wuoiw w. wj ...- aay. Mr OraarL. Wilson, of Washington City, is visiting friends in this city. Hon. George Washington, of Newport, was here Thursday on legal busi. Jacksonville, Mr. W. A. Duncan, offVio nit.v ftfnn. i ...no ness, Mr. Sidney Hamilton, of is visiting his relatives Oamp-bellsbur- r g, - here. Judge W. P. D. Bush, of Louisville, was in the city the middle of the week. Mi'ss Margaret Grahttm waB here from Owenton this week visiting rel- Mrs. H. C. Howard, .of Ghent, is here visiting her brother, Col. David atives. Kate Buttimer, of New Castle, alter a visit here, returned home Miss Peters. Tuesday. f Mrs. Dn E. E. Hume, who visited in Cincinnati Friday returned home Saturday. Mr. Hal. Corbett, of Pineville, vlfiited his father, Ool. Thos., Corbett, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uttofback, of Sholbyville, visited relatives, hero thiB week. Mr. and Mrs. Jo, Miliary, of St. Louis, are visiting Judge and Mrs. W. L. Jott. - Mr. Henry Burkhardt. of Chicago, formerly of this city, is visiting his friendB here. Mrs. Swango, mother of Judge G.-Swango, is hero from Wolf county visiting iior Bon. B. Mr. Kavanaugh's mother; returned to ing relatives in that city for two land; Shelly Newman, Marquis of Social Events. their home in Little Rock, Arkansas, weeks or more. Mahoney; Jacqueline Hendrick, PrinSaturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hermann and The ladies of the Afternoon Euchre cess of Glenmary; Jane Gillum, MarMiss Pattie Graham went to Louis- S. J. Thompson, of Louisville at- Club wero entertained by Mrs. chioness of Logan; Rutty Corbett, wedville Tuesday to make an extended tended the Schweers-NewmaCaswell Bennett Thursday. There Baroness of Ballard; Edmund Taylor, ding Wednesday. visit to relatives. . I were seven tables, and the crame Lord of Thistleton; Russell- HenderMr. J. R- Garrett, editor of the Mr. Hardin B. Moore and Mrs. Jane bogan at 2:30 and conollued at 4:30 son, Aschbishop of Oasseldine; EI; Georgetown Enterprise, was in the Bailey, of Booneville, Owsley comity, city Wednesday. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert o'olock,dfter which refreshments were wood Colihan, Earl of Bradford; Elise served. Nine was the fortunate num- Dandridge, Countess of Midland; Mrs. L. B. Marshall and Miis Ida Chillsou on Clinton street. W. Dryden went to Louisville Thurs Mr. and Mrs. John R. Proctor are ber which secured both the first and Percy oge, Dukeof Jonedom; Tissa day to visit relatives. home from a trip of several weeks to second prizes, the former, a china Hoge, Duchess of Shaunandoah. Washington City, Cannon, of Mlddlesborough, e Capt. and Mrs WJ11 set, going to Mrs. W. H. It is a great domestic remedy, and New York arid other Eastern cities. Midway, attended the Wutson-Orbi-so- n Holt and the latter, a china candle should be kept in every Iioubo. Mr. wedding Tuesday. Misses Lizzie Johnson and Pattie holder, to Mrs. W. J. Hendrick. The Norman Cheatham, Waverly, Sussex Miss Florence Cromwell is visiting Graham went to Franklin, Indiana, invited guests present were as fol- county, Va., who has never been her brother in Chicago. She will be xueBaav to attend tne weaamg oi i lows: Mrs. R. P. Pepper, Mrs; E. without it for twelve years subscribes their cousin, Miss Maggie Huffman gone a montn or more He says: u0ir to this opinion. visiting Miss Webb Young and Mrs. Maggie E. Hume, Mrs. Fred. H. Bagby, Mrs. family has been using Dr. Bull's Mrs. Frank B. Richardson is She will Bell, who have been the guests of!C. B. Poyntz, Mrs. Nannie Duvall, Cough Syrup for twelve years and relatives at Pembroke. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McLean, have re Mrs. C. 0. McOhord, Mrs. Urey Wood- are never without it in the house. Ib be absent several weeks. turned to their home in 'Elizabeth son, Mrs. E. M. Gober, Mrs. L. Labrot is invaluable." Mrs. Rflbecoa Kline and child, of town. and Mrs. W. H. Holt. Tho club memShreveport, La., are at Thistleton, the Glad Tidings. Mrs. Woodson and Mrs. McOhord, bers present were as follows: Mrs. home of Hon.iE. H. Taylor. Commissioners wives of Railroad The grand specific for the prevailMrs. Brown, who has been visiting Urey Woodson and 0. 0. McOhord, Sam. E. James, Mrs. S. B. Holmes, her aunt, Mrs. G. B. Swango, roturned are with their husbands at the Capi- Mrs. G. M. Adams, Mrs.-E- . Polk John- ing malady of Milage. Dyspepsia, Liver i Complaint Rheumatism, home to Kansas City tal Hotel. son) Mrs. Sam. D. Johnson, Mrs. General Debility, etc.. is of Major G. P. Theobald, a member Mrs. Poyntz, of Maysville, arrived Stape Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Newhall, i Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This the Louisville Board of Councilmen, Tuesday and is stopping1 at the Capi- ir.. Mrs. L. 0. Norman, Mrs. D. B. great herbal tonic stimulates the visited friends here Monday. tal Hotel with her husband, Hon. Walsutt, Mrs. W. F. Dndrida. Mrs. digestive organs, regulates the sysJudge G. B. Swango went to Dan- Ohas. B. Poyntz, Commissioner of Fanny M. Trabue, Mrs. W. J. Hen- tem to vigorous health and energies. Samples free. Large packages 50c ville Tuesday to make a brief visit to Railroads. Mrs. G. T. Blaokley, Mrs. J. Sold by Chapman & Williams. 40 his son, who Ib at Bchool there. Mr. O. R. Orutcher went New York drick, Carriage Swigert Taylor, Mrs. Wiokllffe Chapto attend the Mrs. Cornelia Bush has returned Monday Who Ever from Chicago, after a visit to her Makers Association of the United man. Mrs. A. F. Respess, Mrs Theo. States, which was in session there Wylie and Miss Jennie Morris The daughter, Mrs. Fulton Gordon'. Saw a larger or more beautiful line this week. club will be entertained by Miss of dress goods, cloaks, &c, than that Mr. Thos. Averill went to LouisMr. Sebastian Payne, who has been Jennie Morris on next Friday after- - displayed by us this season? Our ville Monday, intending to go thence attending the Capital Cily Business noon. , to Chicago on a visit to friends. stock consists of all the very newest College, went to Louisville Monday, styles inwool and silk effects Our of Henry where he has secured a position as a Mr. James Buttimer, Little Virginia Betniott, daughter line of dress trimmings can not be county, who formerly lived here, was shorthand and typewriter. by any house of Judge and Mrs. Caswell Bennett, excelled all the new stylesin the city. in the city on business Monday. We have in changeMrs. J. M.O'Menardand daughters, gave a reception to ner menus yea able silks and velvets. Persian.' bands Hon. Phil. B. Thompson and Col. Misses Fannie and Sue, who have Thos. C. Bell, of HarrodBburg, were been viBitlng Mr. and Mrs L. J. Cox, terday afternoon on the occasion of and fcatherean braids. Our oloaks here Monday on business matter. in the country, returned to their the anniversary of her fourth birth- have never been equalled in styles all have thom Mr. Will Davis and Miss Lizzie Da- home in Galveston, Texas, Tuesday. day. The parlors were thronged with and prices. We trimmings in also qualities,with fur and vis, of Shelbyville, are the guests of Misses Maria Lindsey and Mary the little 'folks and their plain. Prices the lowest. The reputheir sister, Mrs. Grant Green, jr. Mason Scott returned home Saturday. guardians, and the bright little hos- tation we have for selling cheap hobeen in Berlin studyMrs. J. N. Orutcher, of Bellenoint, The former has tess, who thoroughly understood the siery and underwear can not be disputsp'ent the past week with Mrs. H. A. ing music, and thet latter traveling ed. Our fast black hosiery are the in England and Scotland for hdr responsibility of her position, omit- best. We are agents foijf Foster's M. Henderson in Hartwell, Ohio. health. ted none of the details of a generous kid glove's -- every pdlr war' Mrs. Henry T. Stanton and daughMiss Maria Lindsey has returned welcome and happy entertainment.) ranted and fit to the hand. Please to Fern ter, Mrs. Will Dorsey, went call and Bank, Ohio, Tuesday to viBi; relatives. from Germany and iB ready to open Af,er the tots had exhausted the goods, in inspect our complete line of every department, before her classes in piano forte playing. pleasures of all ktods of picture books making youi' purchases. Messrs, J, M. Ford, G. W. Wilson, WEITZEL & O'DONNEtL, and games and other features of the T. J. Barclay, and Thos. S. Gaines, of Georgetown, were in the city MonMain street. Death of Mrs. Mike Buckley. programme for their amusement, day. room they were taken to the dining Mrs. Margaret E. Buckley, wife of for refreshments, where many diminMr. and Mrs. Charles Ellwanger reMOST SUCCESSFUL turned home the first of the week Mr. Mike Buckley, died at her homo utive tables were spread with diminfrom a visit to' relatives at Crescenf pn Ann street yesterday morning She utive dishes, laden with tho choicest Hill. ' has been in delicate health for years dainties which children most relish. Mr. Charles Long, who has been and confined to hersroom and bed for The plate out of whloh each child with the Laundry Company in this more than nine weeks. ate, containing letters and fancy pichas accepted a similar position in city, years tures, was taken home by the child as And Chronic Disease Specialist In the State. The deceased was forty-seve- n Paris. age, the daughter of Mr. Patrick a souvenir of the occasion. In rooms Mr. John M. Bull, who is attending of the College of Pharmacy in Louisville, Flynn, deceased, and the sister of Mrs. elegantly furnished and decorated visited his parents the first of the John T. Buckley, Mrs. P. McDonald with flowers, golden rod, pot plants week. and Mrs. Catherine Callahan, all of and autumn loaves, and amidst tho The celebrate! Speclallct. formerly of Nonrfork now- (insulting Fliyslplun MedOfficer Hub. Whittington returned this city. Besides tho sisters menmore City, Institute, or Louisville. Kyof Southernat the ical will be this week from Illinois, whore he tioned, the aged mother, Mrs. Ann merriment of two dozon and CAPITAL HOTKL, ranklort. beautiful children In their prottlest went to attend the funeral of his Flynh, ifjjyet alive. brother. toilets, it was natural for the minds Saturday, November 19tlC In the death of Mrs. Buckley a kind of the fond mothers there to picture Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sohweorp, of every Wednesday and ' benevolent Christian lady has the scene as the court of the Queen of returningyears of four weeks. InDR STOOKPALE here Atlanta, Ga., wore Schwoors-Newmaexperience lias timt the largest hosn attending the the countryi Is a graduate of several of passed away. She was uncomplain- the Fairies, in which the little hostess pitals In colleges, and a is for n numbe; of years wedding. ing in her years of Buffering and received the homage of her loyal sub- the bestsueclaity of all chronic and. surgical dlst made a Oincin-nnHe treats succeisfully and does not take eises Madame Stewart went to throughout her life spread the. Bweet, graciously honored each .the case unless a cure can be guaranteed. Tiinsrlnv nftornoon to nrodure all gentle influences of 'a true and de- jects and Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Hinging In Ears, Disease of the Throat the latest fall styles in ladies' dresses vout spirit that relied, for its conso- with a token of her royal esteem. Deafness.Kidney, Urinary Eye. Ear, Nose,Troubles, Lungs, and Madder The aristocratic personages attend- Drlcnt's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Constipaand suits. , for thV pain and cares of this ing tho court were as follows: Vulia tion, Uheuinatlsm and Paralysis Mr. W. S. Dehoney roturned Sun- lation Epilepsy or Fits positively cured. world, upon the steadfast faith and Murray, Marchioness of Rodman; day from a trip to Chicago, where he Young or mtdd men, suffering from went to attend the dedication of the hope in a life of eternal joy hereafter. Virginia Greonhow, Cqtintoss of Du- Spermatorrhea, Impotoncr, Eruptions, theItresults excesses, should en boforn Is too World's Fair. The funeral will take place at 3 o'clopk vall; AulynChinn, Duke of Markham; of errors or late. We guarantee it cute If case has not gone Mrs., Ivichard Morris and sons, this afternoon' from the Catholic Mary Hendrick, Lady of Lyons; Geo. too far. Will and Gavin, returned Wednesday Church. Gayle, Prince of Macklln; Lena Pu-sefrom a visit of several weeks to relaPrincess of Arlington; Tounsond BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, tives in Texas. Big Excitement in Town. Newhall, Earl of Sprlngfiold;, John As Syphltlts, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., Mr. E. L. Samuel and wife, and Mrs. remedies. Waloutt, Count of Windy Side; Mar cured by of Women, such as Lucorrhea, Painful R. Ely and daughter, Miss Mary, Over the remarkable cures by tho Disease J. Womb, Bearing from a trip to grandest spocific of' the age, Aunt guerite MoLean, Lady Stanton; Stan- Menstruatlou, Displacement of short time. returned Saturdny Down Pains In Duck relieved In North Carolina. Restorer, which acts ton McLean, Earl of Horny; Gladys Fanny's Hoalth The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments the most obscure laxative, stimulates tho Rodman, Lady MurphJ Maria Tra- aud comes prepared to examinelie undertakes no Mr. D. H. Pifor loft Tuesday for as a natural medical and surgical cases, digestive organs, regulates the liver bue, Lady Tots of Red Stone Hall; Incurable disease, but cures hundreds given un Missouri to visit his brother. Mr. and is nature's great free aud confidential. Jacob Pifor, and will take a big hunt and kidneys John Holmes, Barbn Todd; Beth to die. Consultation . Address healer and health renewer. while he iB gone. you have Kidney, Liver or Blood Woodson, Lord of Daviess; Janio If STQGKDHLE PI. Mr. Johnson Barrottiwont to Cincin- Disorder do not delay, but call at WoodBon,Duohe8s of Ponnyrllo; Mar, & Williams drug store for nati Saturday, and (returned that Chapman paokage. Large size 60c. u garet McOhord, Duohess of Washing night accompanied bv his wife and. free trial LOUISVILLE, ton; Edgar Hume, Prince of SputUlittle, uauf liter, wno aave ueen yytw n tete-a-tetN to-daCos-tlveness, ri vi , M '. v.- (': ' e M .Mm m M :-- .' r iHMH us ' ,fW.WW ff r.'iM" .Cn-- M IP .V t'l I g bel-ebrat- t. 4-- tf eye, m, meoiiT W DR.STQCKDALE. - -- 1 !' l y, ! never-fullin- g r.m Ki ! BJ. I, i'w wpsg myrrn,i ir rTTB l;;( hi' It."'' Fall Woolens j 7- fr3 I ,!- - vl' W Hi I'. ''.', ,' ' . ' w . -- s ..T i; x. ' - . J' ' ' - ' 'tii ' Fall Hats, t"l Fall Neckwear! 4 . - ? .....(, 1 ; JTiaLS-f- c at I, 'J A H.'V.'- -' HU SON, HUMPHRIES &, CASSELL! Laa' THE CIECUIT COURT. The Proceedings of the "Week. The jury in the trial of Ambrose Polsgrove for the killing of his brother-in-laJerry Williamson, on County Court Day last November, was selected late Friday as follows: O. P. Dean. James Parker. Lee Jones, ' Jacob Gudgel, Ben Ucterback. Ben Marshall, B. V. Jenkins, Burb Blackburn, Frank Church, James Anderson, Walter Smith 'and James Bodkins. The testimony was begun on Saturday and concluded on Monday, there being aboutforty witnesses examined for both sides. The proof showed that Williamson had often whipped hjs wife, who wasPolsgrove's sister, and that Polsgrove resented it and endeavored to make his sister Threats were leave Williamson. made by Williamson that he would settle with Polsgrove for meddling in his affairs, but the prosecution states that the defense failed to show that any of these threats, were ever repeated to Polsgrove. teSfN. JAPANESE Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. ' nHf and Sole Agents, sample. GAYLB. Mn.lLKCOMtriS& cure iMYLK CO.. Druse-gisKy. Gill for ts Farmers," you can buy A Guaranteed Cure lor Plies or whatever kind or degree External. Intermit, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Kccentor eredltary. This Remedy has positively never been known to full. $1.00 u box, G boxes, for $5.it0;sent by mull prepaid on receipt of price. A written Ouamutee positively given to each purchaser of nix bo&en, when purcuused atone time, to refum.tiie5 00 paid If not cured. Guarantee Issued by J W. BUGGIES, HARNESS -- Aim FARM IMPLEMENTS A.a? 7"3:oXje:s.Xje: ie'iricces. Jan. 16-l- KM U-- MtirttfiT; ! !&: - SVK c';." J: a-iji . it. LV' for that date between the Centre College team, which, during all last year, never met a defeat, and the UniverSUCCESSORS TO O. R. & CO. sity of Cincinnati, which has just defeated fhe team of Miami University. The Centre College team is said to be Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. stronger than last year. , The average weight is over 180 pounds. Up to n " date, in addition to the game at March the 5th, it has arranged for following games: Louisville Aththe Religious. ton lived there, making the Capital UniversiPhysicians 'testified that William- letic Olub Washington-Le- e City quite a poet's bower. ty, University of Virginia, Turden son's wounds clearly proved that he (Wc would be greatly obliged to the It might have added the name of When Baby was sick, we g&re her C&storia. . was shot In the back and Polsgrove's University, Indiana. It will be seen .ministers and officers ot churchesin the Major Henry T. Stanton among the When she was Child, she cried tor Castorla. own testimony was.an admission that that old Centre is this year looking a city if they would furnish us with any at the time of the tragedy he did not abroad for foeman wbrthy of her announcement which they may wish greater constellation and said that When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. the constellation of smaller poets in When she had Children, she cave them Castoria. made.! steel. It is to be hoped that we will feel that his life was in any danger. the city iucluded such a large number ' Arguments were begun Monday by hear good accounts from the chamSouthern Presbyterian Church as to give rise to the remark of c J. A. Violett for defense and County pion team of Kentucky. Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his retary of State James A. McKenzie Attorney Johnson for the prosecution. It is not unusual for colds contract- pulpit and 7 p.m. morning at that on hearing a noise one night On Tuesday John W. Rodman spoke ed in the fall to hang on all winter. beneath his window at the hotel he for the defense and James A. Scott In such cases catarrh and chronic BAPTIST Church Rev. W. O. Tay- raised his bootjack to throw at a cat closed that side of the case, when bronchitis are almost sure to result. lor, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit but desisted on reflection that he Chamberlain's Commonwealth's Attorney John S. A fifty cent bottle of cure any cold. morning at 11 o'clock, and might accidentally kill a poet. Cough Remedy will Gaunt closed for the prosecution. Can you afford to risk so much for so at 7:00 p. m., as usual. The case was submitted to the jury small an amount? This remedy is The Verdict Unanimous. Episcopal Ohuroh Rev. E. A. and in less than fifteen minutes a ver- intended especially for bad colds and and can always Penick, the rector, will occupy dict of acquittal was returned to the croup For sale by J. W. be depended his It Gayle, Drugupon. pulpit morning too, pleases the lawyer and his client to have verdict of court and the prisoner discharged. gist, at 11 o'clock and in the evening at unanimous. the great jury the jury lm A composed There are fqur other caseB against 7:00. of the American publio has rendered Their Anniversary. Mr. Polsgrove for the same day's an unanimous verdict on Dr. Hale's First Presbyterian Ohuroh Household Cough Cure asa medicine, shooting, in which the stray shpts. Thirty-fou- r years ago yesterday Rev. J. McOluBky Blayney, D D., agreeing that its promises of a speedy winged four, other persons in the Miss Jacquiline Page and Mr. S. O. the pastor, will occupy his pulpit cure for coughs, colds and bronchial v groat crowd at the corner of Main Bull were morning at 11 and at troubles are always carried out to married. The officiating and St. Clair streets, but as the first clergyman was Rev. B. T. Laoy, D. 7:00 p. m. the letter. This pleasant verdict has not been obtained without great pains great offense was not punishable in D., who was then the pastor of the taken make it cough law, the other indictments were OATuumu Church The uoual on theto market. the best bottle cure OPJG They services at the Church of the Good Try a when Polsgrove was fined First Presbyterian Church. illed away, and you have a cough or cold and you Both the method and results when are people and raised a Shepherd will be con- will $25 for carrying a coneealed weapon. to family of nine children five boys ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, after.belong salethe "unanimous" ever Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant by P. H. Carpenter, and refreshing to the taste, and acts For The case of James Gill, colored, and four girls. There are still living the pastor. 1 8 a. m., low mass QruggiBt. High mrt8s at l, gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys, charged with the murder of Ohas. five boys and two girls. The two at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:00 p. m. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the syscolored, on an excursion train oldest were girls Jennie and Annie King's Royal Germateur. tem effectually, dispels colds, headat Jett'a, was continued Wednesday who died in 1881. Mr. Bull came to OtouHTiAj OHUROii The usual mtil next term. the medicine of the aches and fevers and cures habitual Frankfort from Louisville, as a boy, services by the pastor, Rev. George century. ItH phenominal constipation. Syrup of The case of Mrs. Belle Pfelffer vs. in 1848, and commenced the bIioo Darsie, at 11 and 7:30 as a Beller and favorite with success as only remedy of its kind'Figs is the the people ever proFrank Pfelffer, in which there was a business with Mr. Win. M. Todd, who ' usual. is the acknowledged wonder of the The Young People's Societv of medicine world. Based upon the duced, pleasing to the taste and claini for wages against the uncle for occupied the same stand where Mr. Christian Endeavor will hold its to the stomach, prompt in work performed by Mrs. Pfeiffer's Bull.now is with Mr. R. K. McOlure. weekly prayer meeting in the Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, its actiou and truly beneficial in its modern, and at once popular, comson, was decided, upon the peremp- With the exception of Capt. B. u. Lecture Room, at 0:50. mending itself as a necessary house- effects, prepared only from the most tory instructions of the court, in Milam, he is the only man in Frankhold remedy. It advertises bestbv healthy and agreeable substances, its favor of the defendant. Methodist Ohuroh Rev. H. G. its use. Specific for all Catarrhal many excellent qualities commend it fort now in active business who was so engaged in 1848, and is therefore Henderson, the pastor, will preach to- diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood to all and have made it the moat Kentuoky. Illinois. morrow morning at 11 o'clock and Purifier. It is without doubt the one of the two romainingrepresouta-tivepopular remedy known. most reliable germ destroyer in in the evening at 7 o'clock. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c of Frankfort's business interests Suhday-Bohoand to the extent that the From Danvillle, 111., Mrs. H. J. at 0:30 a. m. Nabors writes: "I have been using of forty-fou-r The Epworth 'League meets in germ theory is correqt, King's Royal and SI bottles by all leading drugyears ago. your remedies for scrofula and am the evening at 6:30 in the class room. Gormeteur is the remedy. It is no gists. Any reliable druggist who , creatlv benefited: M v back was al accident but is the resuty of fifteen Miles' Norvo and Liver Pills. years? study of medical genius. For may not have it on hand will promost one solid sore, Two boxes' of g The weekly prayer-meetinat the 19 cure it promptly for any one who r Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Act on a new principle regulating the First Presbyterian Ohuroh will sale by Chapman & Williams. wishes to try it Do not accept any healed it entirely " the lfver, stomach and bowels though hereafter bo hold on Wednesday evenFrom Olive Hill, Ify., Mrs. M.J. the nerves. A new- discovery. substitute. Dr. Railway Matney writes, May 18. 1802: My Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, ing instead of Friday as heretofore. Kentucky Midland Meeting. Co's. Shareholders CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. been afflicted with bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipadaughter has SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, erysipelas in her eyes from infanoy. tion. Splendid for men, women and The evening services at all the Pursuant to LOUISVIUt. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. the Drovislons of tho She is now past 12 years old and one children. Smallest, mildest, surest. Churches will hereafter bo held at. 7 25o. box has cured her." It costs no 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at o'clock standard time instead of 7:30 'charter the annual meeting of the shareholders of the Kentucky Midmore to get the best. Get a box at J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. solar time y land Railway Company will be held 1 ng Si P. H. Carpenter's dug store. Course for the election of a board of direc-- J John Driscoll, the liquor merchant, tors, and for the transaction of such Poet's Bower. Football. 217 Broadway street, has the finest , other business as may bo laid before Taught Privately to Adults Only. brands of whiskies in the olty. tl)Qmt o'clock, a. in., on The Kentuoky Pos:, of All lovers of football will have an dhy) Novembqr oth 1892 in the Bald yesterday: Council Chamber, in the oitv of opportunity of seeing the most ex- , The bo6t ever Robert BurnB Wilson, poet and Frankfort, Ky. uy ortier or HOOKS EXAMINED, CONSULTATION CONFI- citing game over played in Kentucky the trade atwhisky gallon,offered to 82 per at John artist. Frankfort. Ky.. la a frequent VM. LINDSAY to be playod at Danville on Novem- Drisooll's, the liquor merchant, 217 contributor to The Century. Miss A. H. McOlurb, K.B.OOION, President. ut Capital City Business College. ber 5tli.- A game has been arranged Broadway stroet. Laura and Tom Ford, and Mrs. Mor- Secretary. Y6u can get a vehicle painted or repaired in first-clas-s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow gr.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. CRUTCHER e. Dan-villeo- :ra:-"7,:E:."3roTT- :E2 buog-"Z- zFiisrx'iE: o. .j . a 26-- tt . 1 ex-Se- w . enjoys A old-fashion- Mc-Fal- Pre-eminentl- y s ex-istan- ol - ' 45-l- Bcok-ksepi- Coinral 0-- " Wednos-Uovlngto- n, "jHf ''JiB - t. ISM'S 7-- td r iB y wzzsm Rfl7 yJ " TVqpr, y"-i- y ,v -- wfC $K$mw SCHWEERS-NJEWMAN. W!f3V 'Tsw ' 7 "'-- '. a .. i m tuoltyon Wednesday passed appropriate resolutims and tho Hairs on o The Elaborate Churoh Wedding tftfAfwl at tho posKfflo9 at Fntakfort, Kentucky! the State House and at the of Miss Maggie G. Nowman as second-clasmailable matter. and city school buildings were to Mr. Joboph Q. Sohwoors. lowered to half mast in token of tho MS). A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. general Borrow and sympathy over It wns a beautiful wedding on Wedthe Bad occurrence. nesday morning which united In FRANKFORT, OCT. 2, 1892. A marriage Miss Maggio G. Newman to When Nature Mr. Joseph G. Schweers The DEATH OP MRS. HARRISON. Needs assistance it may bo best to Church of the Good Shepherd, 4 render it promptly, but one should where the ceremony was performed, Tho First Lady in tho Land. remember to use even tho most per- was decorated for the occasion with for and Children. fect remedies only when needed. plants, flowers and autumn leaves, Brief Sketch of hor Life. aud'most simple and gentle and filled to overflowing with relaThe best "CMtoria U so well adapted to children that Ctutori cure Colic, OoarttpaUon, The wife of President Harrison, remedy is the Syrup of Figs, manu- tives and friends of the happy pair. Bour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, I recommend ltaacuperior to My prescription Way-lan- d Sills Worms, tires steep, and promotes dl surrounded by all tho members of factured by the California Fig Syrup Promptly at nine o'clock, Prof. known to mo." n. A. Abcbe, M. D., Graham, who presided at the Co. So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. Wlwoutlajurioua medication. Ill her family, passed away at the White organ, opened with Mendelssohn's House at 1:40 o'clock Tuesday mornstockholders Meeting. Tor serrra) years I hare recommended march and the bridal party entered "Tha ue of 'CMtoria' Is eonnlrenal and ing. The death of this noble its merits no well known that it aeoms a work your ' Caatoria. ' and shall always continue to tho Church in the following order. of supererogation to endorse It Few are tho do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial Christian lady, whose exemplary life By order of the president thero intelligent families who do not keep Caatoria results." has exalted the womanhood of our will be a meeting'of the stockholders viz: Mr. Thomas B. Nowman and within easy reach." Edwin F. Pjlrdxv. M. D., Miss Maggie G. Gorman, of LouisCiblos IUkttx, D.D., "Tbe Wlathrop," 125th Street and 7th Ato country, was deplored throughout the of the Frankfort Athletic Club, at New York City. Hew York City. Late Pastor Bloomingdale Beformed Church. land, which with one voice and for their rooms on Main street, Tuesday ville; Mr. Leonard Shouse, of Lexington, and Miss Kate P. Newman; one great sorrow poured forth its evening next, Novembor 1st, at 7:30 sympathy for the bereaved husband o'clock, for the transaction of inl- Mr. Wm. B. Weltzel and Miss Josie fn CaKTAun OoKtuxr, 77 Moanar Stmmt, New Yobx. Salendor. Behind these came Miss and children. j portant business. A full attendance is Deborah Parker, the first bridesmaid Mrs. Harrison's illness was due to ' desired. and then Miss Kate Newman, a .an attack of grippe during the winFen. 13 cousin of the bride, the maid of Physical Culture. ter 6f 189001 which left her with a honor. The bride, aa beautiful as a cough lasting several weeks. Tho Mrs. A. D. Reid, a successful teach- dream, leaning on the arm of her cough disappeared but returned at er of physical culture, whose work intervals whenever i'rcoh cold was has been so highly commended at brother, Mr. Thomas G. Newman, closed the procession. contracted, and in January of this Mays, At the altar, the groom and his .year it began to trouble her consider- Richmond, Winchester and to ville, will be here in a few days best man. Mr.JWm. J. Gorman, met ESTASLiISECSD 1891, ably. Last March a second attack of a clasB of young ladies. The the bride, and then the ladies and .grippe was followed by catarrhal Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, o1 gentlemen separated, the former to' pneumonia which lasted nine days. Winchester Sun says, as a teacher the left and the latter to the right "The coughing Bpells then increased this art she has no superior. side of 'the contracting conplo as and were at last uccom pained by Thorn in the Street. Throw they stood facing Rev. Father W. E. Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, bloody expectorations. Severo The practice of throwing peelings Gorey, the officiating minister, who Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. the lungs made it tAfee her to Loon Lake, N. Y. from apples, bananas, &c, on the solemnized the nuptials in the most Business writing, Shorthand, Business Correspondence, au.dvhile thero during last month sidewalks should be discontinued as impressive service of the Church. Book-keepinLeaving the altar, the party to life and limb. Tj'pewriting, Commercial Law, they are dangerous ah$,$jffered an attack of order of entrance, tho Arithmetic, piieurjsy, accompanied by an effusion On Monday a lady received a fall on Grammar, pelling, etc. s& flbro-serofluid, which flljod the St. Clair street from setting her foot bride and groom being in the lead, from. 8P,embr t0 June- - The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced student finished. Diplomas awarded. Cot iloeue In Dress. ADtillention mndn for fiimrnmntinr, .cavity on the right Bide and ,necessita-to- d upon an apple paring dropped care- and followed by the best man and We hHve the beet home school of business in the State of Kentucky. tapping three times. The lessly on the sidewalk, and was maid of honor andvthen by the A. patient was returned to the White severely bruised. It is just as easy groomsmen and bridesmaids. House Sept. 20, and though for for persons who eat fruit upon the The bride, who is a daughter of " WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE awhile it was thought she improved, streetB to throw the peelings into the Mrs. Margaret Newman, is a beautiher physicians gave the family and roadway as it is to drop them on the ful brunette whose amiabilityand friends no encouragement whatever. pavements and they should alwayB graces of mind and oharaoter havo made her dne of the most popular Around the bed, as death closed the remeraberto do so. young ladies in the city. She wore scene, were President Harrison, Mr. The Witch. on the occasion oream Bengalino, and Mrs. McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Russilk'trimmed with duchess lace. An Husell Harrison, Lieut, and Mrs. Parker, The announcement thit Mirie Mrs. Dimmlck and Mrs. Newcomer, bert Frohman will play a return en- elegant set of diamonds, the gift of ITour comprising all the members of the gagement at the Opora House. Octo- the groom, were her ornaments. She Hoi2A - 31oaxxiii? family in, Washington excepting ber 31st, presenting Witch," caroled white bride roses. July2-lTho maid of honor wore pink three grandohildren and the vener- will be good news to our theatre-goerable Dr. Scott, the father of the deto muslin de sole and carried marechal "The Witch" abounds from first O llff jD "2 ceased. FOR SALE. last with remarkable scenes and situ neil roses and the rest of the lady Mrs. Harrison was Caroline Lavinia rations, that are both affecting and attendants were attired in parts Scott, daughter of Rev. John W. amusing, tha"; affords to the players muslin. ME LATE CVPT. SVM The groom, who is tho manager of THK Ftfttf OK ttie Cent i tic river, 0 miles lym; on 'Scott, of Oxford, O. She was born many fine opportunities for delicate below Frankfort. This pro.iert, has a giol Oct. i, 1832, and at the age of sixteen and rich touches of nature. ''The the Frankfort Brewing Company, a duelling of seen rooms? all kinds of outbuildposition of large responsibility and ings; 3 tenement hoimi;3 too tuco Oar s; Is well - yearB removed with her parents to Witch" is altogether an American watered and has one ot tun best itndliws on the river, larce College Hill, near Cincinnati, where play, being located in Musachusetts sphere of duties, is handsome and Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Bhain Treat- gross A many portion of tuo Ian I li is ben In for yeari, a const le ab i pad of It a guaranteed lor Hysteria, Dizziher father had been elected to a in the exciting times of the witohcraft genial young man, who, since his ment, Convulsions, specific Nervous Neuralgia. beln(?nw. nnd In fltw condition fortonco,. Jt Kits, ness. o or divided Into two as a chafr in Farmer's College. It was delusion. It presents pictures of tho residence in this oity, has made for Headache. Nervous Proitintlon caused by the use will bo sold givenwho the 1st of next March. tract. V r Possession himself an enviable reputation and a of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental De- terras aoplr to on', L . . M UtS A LI . to this college that President Harri- exhaustively displayed phazes of pression, Softening of tho Brain resulting in InSept. 1 Kr nikfort. Kv. wide circle of the warmest friends. sanity and leading to misery, dec iy and death, son, in 1848, bent his steps from his European society. The estimation in which the couple Premature Old Age, Barreness, Loss of Power father's farm near North Bend, Ind. Tho character of Mirguerite in is In either sex, Involuntary Losxes and Spermaheld was emphasized by a splendid torrhoea caused by or tno bntln, While pursuing his studios, he fell in "Tha Witch"Jas partrayed by Marie t ach box contains or W gone into the collection of presents, from the use- one month's treatment, fl.00 a box. or six boxes ATTORN love with the professor's daughter, Hubert Frohman has ful articles of furnituro to the 'finest for $5 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. who, was, ,: then a vesy handsomo gallery of great staa p'ctures. ornamental ware and jewelry. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. young 4a,dy with brown hair, brown RBAZ, BSTATJS AGJBNT. The New Voting Booth's. After the ceremony' the bridal eyes and a beautiful form and com To cure any case. With each order received by us Tlbl. reAOnCJC IN THX COUBTS O? party repaired to tho residence of for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we rranuin and tha adjoining eoontlM, At first the father displexion. A part of tho voting booths and the bride's mother on High street, send the purchaser our written guarantee towill recouraged the attentions of the awk boxes for the election under the now fund the money If the treatment does not effect and sale ol raal eatate, collection f trata. alalm. aaAtl Mam & Iiuh. nn elegant Issued only '" THE ward young man to his daughter, election law next Tuesday week, ar- where The 10:30 breakfast awaited a cure. Guarantees CO., and J. byW. UAYLE, aud GAYLE IhOM them. train carried the . Frankfort, fcKy. Miss Caroline nevertheluiJB en rived from St. Louis last week and but gaged to marry him, and when Prof. the rest of the order received Mon- couple to Lexington, from which Scott accepted the presidency of day. They were designed and manu- city they went to Chattanooga and Miami University at Oxford and re- factured by George D. Barnard & Co., Knoxvllle, Tenn., Atlanta. Ga., and any case of We turn to his old home, Benj imin Har to meet the requirements of the Charleston, S. C, to make a visit f Liver will pay the above reward forHeadache, InComplaint, Dyspepsia, SIcK three weeks' duration to their rela- digestion, Constipation, or Co.stlveness we cannot risson likewise resolved to go and Australian now ballot system cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the tives and friends. finish his studies there. are strictly complied with. They are in a large numin operation On their return they will go to directions tlurely Vegetable, und never fall to give satisfat-PoAbout that time President Harrison'- ber of the States. There are Sujrnr Coated. Large boxes, containing 10 -cotpills, 25 cents. Buw.tr of counterfei s and Ims-mother died and shortly after- fourteen voting precincts in this housekeeeping in a handsome itations. 'Die genuine manufactured only by tage on Arlington Heights. ward he complied with her last re- countyand oaoh precinct will havea THE JOHN C. WKST C IMPVNY, CHICAGO, ILL. Forsaleby all drugglH . OURES NOTHING BUT PILES. quest by joining the Presbyterian ballot box and a booth of three comDockstader's Minstrels. MDMBMM VMMMMMHM HBU MOHHHk Church an act which greatly ad- partments. The ballot boxes, which MANHOOD RESTORED. CURE Thero is only one Ley? Dookstader vanced him in, tho estim ation of the are cylindrical, are made of heavy GANATIVO," tho A SURE 8.nd CERTAIN WonderfuleoldSpanish known for 15 years as tho BEST Scott family. On Oct. 20, 1853, the tin 12 x 14 inches and have patent and it may bo put down as very lltfmctly, is with REMEDY FOR Written Cuorantpo rrpirkjBICHlBDB0S.TiTL0BUKD. PILES.LOUIS. CO., ST. couple wore united In marriage at contrivances for locking the slot and certain that whatever he attempts in to euro all Huvouj Diseases, such as Weak Oxford, and during that win ter they lid, there being two locks to the lid, the minstrel line will be carried Memory, Iiaa of Drain Power, Headache, resided with the groom',8 parents, one for each judge of the polls and a through to brilliant success. Wakefulness, Los t Manhood, Nervousness, Las. g five miles below North Bend. Blido to the box which Next Wednesday, Nov. 2, Mr. DookeltuJe, all dialas and losj of power of Boforo&Aftor Uso. Generative Organs tlio In the spring tjiey went to Indian- cannot.be opened after once locked un- stader and his newly organized comin Photographed from life. either ecx. caused by apolis and began housekeeping in a til both judges are present with their pany will give one of their superb youthful indiscretions, or tho excesalva ase which ultimately three room tuusa, then on the out-- ' koys. This arrangement prevents performances at the Opera House, lendof tobacco, opium, or stlrrulinti, luuulty. Put up to Infirmity, Ccuuumptlon and convenient form the vest pocket. Pries city, for which they paid tampering with the boxes by any of and it is a matter of fact that the In a packnee, or 0 forto carry In every 0 order weclve a skirts of the ?5. with fl or rofund tho six dollars a month in rent. The the officers of the polls while either house will bo crowded to its greatest written nnorontoo to any money. Bent by malt to cure address. Circular fret in plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, young lawyer gradually acquired a judge or both judges may chance to oapacity. Among the leading fun MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Branch Office for U. S. A. prosperous practioe and became be absent from 'their post of duty. makers are Georgq Powers, comedian US Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. ' prominent in politics, rising from the The booths are made of sheet iron and banjo soloist; Frank Dumont, the FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KV BY United States Senate to become ' rtti vVntYina irrlifnVt tirltvtlk rF Knlrif wYt1l- minstrel Shakespeare, who haB arfl. CARPENTER, DrUflfllSt. President, and the one opinion of all od up to be packed away for future ranged two very funny sketches, enthe wide circle of people who knew use. They have drop curtains in titled "The Oako Walk" and "Kustio August South Side. Mrs. Harrison in her earlier and front and boards acrosB each com- Anna;" Falko und Semons, the musilater life is a testimony to her un-- ' partment for the desk, which will bo cal magnates; Wm. Rowo, tho great unaffected varying gentle, and provided with tho ink-pa- d and sten- somersault pedestal dancer; Blook-spand Burns, billed as tho aristo- TIIK LAItGK RESIDENCE PROPERTY OF Christian virtues, at home in the cil and a copy of general instructions Mrs. P. B. Hunt, lttely privacy of hor family or in the to tho voter. There is a completeness cratic cranks, and John'O. Harring- WI Hardin, situated at tli a occupied by (len. P. south end of'Shelby t. There are 25 White House, subjected to the light about both tho booths and the boxes, ton, singing and dancing comedian. street, South Krankfo except the garden. teres In tno piace, an in rum 3t(mu of public criticism as" the first lady which for tho ends to be attained Besides thoro aro eight cultivated Splendid location for a dairy. FRANK CH1NN g$TREET. challenge the admiration of the be- vocal soloists and a large, in the land. Fkanktoht, Sept. 21, J892,-tReligious services were hold at the holder. chorus. Also a fine band and ' m White House Wednesday and the t Lumbago cured by two applica- orchestra under the direction of Notice, remains taken to Indianapolis and tions. Mr. II. O. Rigby, Baltimoio, Prof. Ad Stork. The company is interred In Orownhill cemetery Md., Special Agent of the Mutual under the management of Harry J. TUKEvupas a straVdy c. hjulian, a Lifo Insuranco.'Co . Thursday in the prosouco of a great "I take pleusuro inof Now York, says: Olapham, which alone is a guarantee fort, jarmer Jiving auouc t'jguc nines irom ranK i one black so, with crop stating that two off of left ear. s concourse of friends. undersigned which and eight has been valued by theI10HANNAN, ut applications of Salvation Oil cured that everything will be dollnrs J W. The House und Senate of Ken- - mo of a severe attack of lumbago." of thi highest order. a 7, rniAMJMflT s ROUNDABOUT, Posfc-ofllc- i I f if I J 11 Infants -- m J I ; f$6t , Capital City Business College. or-cani- ze ?m hem-orr.hages'- of neces--.saryH- sub-acut- e g, us SAPOLIO Nxt Try It Are Quickly, Ma.rrii y. s. i i 13 f-3- n self-abu- se WMrOROMWELU EY-AT-LA- e, " $500 Heward! tabler'sdii bugkeyeJQLC Mil NTMENT -- T n. lfi-1- self-lockin- , I - r 13-l- mmsmmmm m jftercfywt; , well-traine- d f. rw""2 m Estray 1892-lr- yMd-rw'i47iBar'lsia- lJ flrst-olas- Oct. J. P.F.C. WilMHfftF rVU f m'f' M 'YJ"f4FV "yo 5 k3 1Y1 C3-TT3S- T JrL Jj X X JN Agents For MflLhV siKw il1 ''Jfri'lli IL'il ''ill iSTv' a Ti fhp Wnrlrl w hhB COLTS, M M ll M m WW f W M . PARKER and L C.SMITH s-ira-w ?' 9. For the Money! ' V". ' 1. ,".k Loaded Shells, Shuliz E. C. and Black Powder. nowcontrolB of that city, The City Council. it is safo to say that the continued There was a decision in tho Court qourum would largely depend upon the nature of the ring's necessity pf Appeals last week in the case Far-re- ll vs. the town of Bloomfield which for a quorum. There is always an might prove of value to this city in element in legislative' bodies which tho blandishments of power can con- an effort, if any should ever be made, vert to its own ends, and these, with to straighten the lines of streets upon the number who are unavoidably which private holders of property absent from the meetings on account encroaohod. The decision was deof illness or business, would become livered by Judge Lewis and holds a mighty jguorum sliding-scal- e orj substantially that the town was not adjustable voting leverage for tho , entitled to relief in compelling indipeople of the State to place in the viduals to open two alleys and rehands of unscrupulous politicians. move obstructions therelrorn, beIn a small city it is difficult to con- cause there was no proof that the ceal fraud or form suoh collusions alleys had ever been in an authoriprejudicial to the people's welfare tative way dedicated and established short that the evil cannot be quickly for publio use. The natural inferenoe remedied, bnt let the capital go to a drawn from the opinion, however, is large city like Louisville, where in- that if the alloys had been dedicated fluence and attractions beset the tho individuals would have been members on every hand, and with a obliged to remove the obstructions. power proportioned to the size of Why is it that the city council, the the city and the designs of the ring guardian of the city'sinterest, does politicians, and while the metropolis not take some stops in the straightenmay flourish it will most likely be at ing of the streets on the South Side? the expense of the rest of the State Every year's delay of the matter inwhose life blood she will suck into creases the loss that will eventually her capacious maw. Frankfort? with have to come from either the city's treasury or all the State, is proud of the metrop- of property the pockets of the owners whose houses may cross olis and desires to see it prosper in the lines ot the streets. the-politlc- s s - HORSE BLANKETS and BUGGY ROBES :. ' TIME TABLE. The following time table is now effeot npon the L. Jt N. road: . T in JACOB SWIGEirr& CO. Have Removed From OjtT3fcdLu3I25y ' ' .' . TBAINB WEST. ' ij io.231eavo8Frankfort No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 loaves Frankfort No lOleavos Frankfort TBAINB BAST. .6:50 9:40 3:00 7:38 10:10 4:35 7.48 9:15 a. m p. m a. m p. m. tbe BarfzaB Building - vs y; i No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... No. 20 loaves Frankfort..... i No .24 arrives Frankfort .... No. 22 leaves Frankfort Nos. 23, '17 and 21 connect nt Lagraage for Oinoinnati. New. 23 and 21 connoot at Anohorage for Bloomtield Branch. W. W. AlKXANDKB, p. m. p. m. p. m. a.m. rf,A .!F1 H101 -- MD 102 fflwSnffiET JtBKafcmsntsf fit fl7njif'''rA- Agent. time 4 FttMKFOBT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT, OQT. 29, 1892. it ' Franlil Furniture maifaciuri Co. w JA (! The Courts of Justice. Tho murder trial and verdict of acquittal this, week is the talk of the town. With all the unshaken testimony for the Commonwealth fastening the orime of an unnecessary murder of an unarmed and fleeing man upon the prisoner at the bar, who, admitted in his own testimony that he did not feel that his own life was in danger, the jury, composed of some of the beBt people in the county, ueverthelessfound.within fifteen minutes after retiring, justifying ground to themselves for their surprising verdict of not gnllty. The deed was committed at the corner of Main and St. Clair streets about noon as, the victim, accompanied by his little boy, was edging his way through a crowded sidewalk and street. Stray shots, "under suoh circumstances, would hardly fail to find a living ' mark, and, though only four men were wounded, it was regarded as a matter of wonder at tho time that no more wore numbered among the slain or injured; and yet, in the face of such an offense in law, and against all . natural prudence that would aim to prevent a repetition of the dangors of shooting into the midst of a crowd,- ' the jury set the prisoner free. There must be a flaw in the Criminal Coue of (the State somewhere that makes justice a mockery. It has been alleged that the weak point on the side of the prosecution was the exhausting of the Commonwealth's challenges before the jury was mado up, and the necessity to accept such jurors afterward as the defense did not object to. There is certainly needed legislation here in the matter of Juries and a:more vigorous awakening of a just sentiment of,a community in which crimes of the nature outlined have long boon suffered to go unpunished and undenounced. -- W W '.If '.i?.' ' i im Have opened Sale Booms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. '! ND mm viiiv i r i j t LL.-Jv- W m wm rflaSf' h'.wf. VtPlf 1 m : ri- - 'w tf'.LVj U&' ', E t V'L Tho Capital Agitation. The Louisville Commercial Club', at a meeting Tuesday, resolved that Frankfort was not a suitable place for the capital of tho State and of courso recommended that the Legislature should consider Louisville as fitted for the the city location. The club bases Frankfort's unfitness on tho "chronic record of no quorum" during tho present session, whioh it says is duo to ,the Idifllculty of members reaching the capital from their respoottvo homes. existence. . It tho capital wore in Louisville and laws wore, to be enacted that affootod Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. tlio intorestaof tho migh'ty.ring whioh Children pre-eminent- ly trades and manufactures, but when it comes to the question of adding the capital to its many conquestsa matter interesting to politicians only and not to the best business portion of the city, who have often said they did not want to diminish the city's business energy and enterprise by the increase of public offices in their midst to further corrupt the voters then this city, as a large portion of the State has repeatedly expressed in the vote upon the location, raises her hand and protests against the injustice whioh Louisville politicians are aiming to work her. As for Frankfort, tho citizens ought not to spend a doUar on the effort to hold the capital by the aid of banquets or other like enteitainments to the Legislature, which in times past characterized the campaigns. Lot the appeal bo to reason and not to a full stomach. If any money for tho purpose should bo contributed, let it bo expended on public improvements in the city and let the members of the Legislature, who as a rule are not unfair in their consideration of the rights of any community, see that despite the ceaseless removal agitation affecting property valuation and without the least encouragement from them In tho settlement of that question by tho building of a State House commensurate with the needs and greatness of tho State, Frankfort has grown in population and wealth and is constantly improving the. general appearance of the city and adding-ther publio enterprises of use and convenience at an equal rate of progress with other cities in the State. This is tho proper way to impress men of sense as to tho justice ofFrankfort'B claims. A Commercial Club confined to its legitimate functions is a very good organization for tho business interests of any oity, but whon it steps outside its. proper sphoro of aotion to commit an injury to poople of a neighbor city who are among their best patrons and woll wishers, it has outlived its days of usefulness and ought to pass out of its On tho Way to Paradise. Let us hope that the people who habitually disregard tbelr health will reach that desirable place, and avoid the locality which Is less desirable as an eternal residences on account ot the heat and surroundings generally. Butwhlje we tarn in this vale of tears, why should we voluntarily endure the tortures or dyspepsia when a systematic ue of Hostetter's Stomach Hitters will rid us of tbe atrocious muludy which unless physicians ure very much at lault tends to shorten the term of our existence. Heart D urn, nillousness, constipation almost always accompany mis com plaint and aresjmptomatlc of it. These ure all extinguished by tne 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 ott so many of our brightest and best,. L HHD GET P8IGES. CURES ALL H. G. MATTOT -- x33::e:- DISLASES Consumption Cured. "I bellefe It to be one of the best medicines sold. The physicians, tw i years ago. sain mv wife had consumption, both lungs affected. 1 have had to send her outh for several sprlnes to keep her alle, but since she has been taking Radam'a Microbe Killer she hasbeeil right at home attending to her business, ana Is In better health than she has been In 20 )earn. "K. T. POOLE, Cedartown. Ga." Seyeral Diseases Cured. "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of your medicine. Having been a sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial affection and Indigestion, after taking Microbe Killer all of the above lymtoms have entirely disappeared. Ptitiiujkir, 334 MAIN STREET, Improvement in Dressmaking. Within tho last few years ladies' dress has been making rapid advancement, not only in the complications used in its construction, bub in the un art of flttincr the figure. less a lady's dress is properly shaped and well maae, all tne Doaucy tnat, nature may have bestowed on the figure, or art given tho fabric covering it, is considered lost; and the pleasure she might have given those surrounding her, is thrown away. Madame Stewart, late of Cincinnati, has now located at 319$ Main street, and surely the ladies of Frankfort should be well pleased as no other such establishment as her's can be found outside of the larger cities Dressmaking is an art and requires taste.' of y cultivation and judgment, and Madame Stewart Ib certainly mistress of these requirements. To-day, to-da8-- FRANKFORT, KY. EoVt S. Frankln n-iy. 1 v Krankfort, Ky. BXS715QCiXITT flrtsStniQCUTnT. " ours, etc., " "Janitor THOS. L. 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Next session Law, Medicines. por nniiuunco-inen- t a trial bottle Enulneermg. Sold by Chapman & Williams. apply to 16-l- Ladies and gentlemen Buttering with throat and lung difficulties to Mr. ltadam's Microbe Killor Cures all Diseases by Removing tho Causo. call at our store for a bottle of Otto's Cure, which wo are distributing free Send 'i cents stamp for circular and the shows of oharge, and we oan confidently Mlcrobo War. be, what disease Is and.whattho to cure It. Head It, remedy and recommend it as a superior remedy circulatemust you will do, discoverer for saving the It and e Nurseries FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL OF ALL KINDS. SMAU. i'HDIT.'t, ASI'AUAOUS, ? TREES Vines, ami everything usually found In such an establish tuuut. A hill stock. Prices Low. Wo pay no ugonts. Descrlpttvo catalogues on application. GltAPE H. F. HILLENW33YER, LEXINGTON, KY. Oct. . -- 40 M. M. THORNTON, LL., D Chairman. a . .A Kffifl9 "vrrr- !FfT "VWW 1 FRUIT ' CANS, FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES ; - 1 Procelian Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and ice Cream Freezers s . At reduced prices. . .v - Examine prices on Tinware. " 11 1 . ". . One quart bucket . Two quart bucket . Three quart bucket Four quart bucket Six quart bucket Eight quart bucket r! ' .v 5 ........ ' ,5 10 . 10 15 centsj Ten quart bucket ., One quart coffee pot Two quart coffee-po- t .' .&.' ..Jy ., .i ". 25 5 " ,4 .. ', 1 .'... 40c; 8 Three quart Four quart coffee-po- t coffee-po- 10 10 15 '" I t s 20 ) ' Four qt., 30c; 6 qt., qt.( 50 c; 10 qt., 55 c; 12 qt.. doc; 14 qt., 65c; 16 qt.. 75c.; 18 qt.. 050.; 20 qt., Si. 00; 24 qt., $125. Work .solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. Roofing, Guttering and Job ( TOmsT T Top Drawer. LOCAL. JCZ5 ui ' Q,TJR jks 01 I 1 r jl 1 J '? I) II Pearl N, belonging to Mr. U. D. Siangan, of this city, won a five-eigh- ts the year: Charles Zocller, President; O. R. Crutcher, Secretary and Treasurer; Chas. Nelson, M. T. Mitchell and Daniel Sohietinger, Directors; A. K. Waggoner, Solicitor. GENERAL. dash race at Lexington Wednesday, . worth about S500. W. A. Gaines & Co. An Elevator are erecting a large elevator at the Hermitage distillery. The building, which will be seventy feet high, will have all the latest improved machinery for handling grain for use in the distillery. Mb. John Nolan, an aged citizen living near the Kentucky River Mills, died Thursday morning. The remains were attended to the. cemetery yesterday by the Odd Fellows, of which fraternity the deceased was a member for many years. The Railroad Bridge It is said that the Louisville and Nashville railroad company have made an agreement with the War Dapartment whereby the railroad bridge crossing the river at this city will be raised five feet above its present level. Miss Mary Etta Smith, daughter of Mr. Sam R- - Smith, who fell head long off the hillside road leading to Mrs. Kate Williams' house two weeks ago and sustained severe bruises about her face and shoulder, recov ered sufficiently to go out of the Mayor Hugh Grant, of New York declined to accept the Presidency of the big Kentucky distilling syndicate, offered to him at a salary of $40,000 a year. Electric Railway An electric railway between St. Louis and Chicago is now in aour.se of construction. It is intended to pe an air line and will have bridges over towns and across other lines of railway so that a maximum speed of 200 miles an hour City, has may be made. Oil, French Peas, Mushrooms, Asparagus, truffles, &c, in erlass and tin: Nrw Hdam, of the PENED lines choicest and most complete ever brought to Frankfort. Olives, Olive WE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER Oth, on B Fancy Groceries ' Ml Pineapple and Cream Cheese, California Evaporated Fruits, New Oat Meal, rearl Barley, &c. CALL AND SEE GOODS WHETHER YOU PURCHASE OR NOT J. HEENEY. The South Side Grocer. All Halloween. Next Monday night Is All Halloween, when, in the superstitious ages, it was believed that the human spirit could detach itself from the body and wander abroad. It is the night when the power of divination was supposed to be at its highest, and all kinds' of methods were resorted to among the unmarried to learn the sequel to their loye affairs. For this purpose nuts and apples were mostly UBed at the fireside gatherings. Burns, in ''All Halloween " says: "The nulil guldtflfe's wael horded nits Are round nn' round divide 1. Iufbjs' fates, An' inoute ladH m Are there that ntght decided: Some kindle, couthle, side by side, An' burn thegltler trimly; Soms sUutinu T eaucle pride. e And Jump the chlinlle Fu' high that night." out-owr- house on Wednesday. The best salve in the world for Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guarnuts are put upon the bars anteed to Whittington's Brother refunded. give satisfaction, or money ofThree "and named, one for the Officer a grate Price 25 cents per box. Mr. Wm. T. Whittiugton, a brother For sale by Phil. Carpenter. person making. the trial and two for of Officer Hub. Whittington, of this the ladies or gentlemen, as the case city, died at Pana, 111., last week. Advertised Letters atFrankfort.Ky. may be, most loved by the person. The deceased was born in Woodford The nut that cracks or jumps is uncounty, Ky., in 1835, and married in Below will bo found a list of advertised faithful. If one blazes or burns It September, 1879, to ,MisB Mollie letters for the week ending October proves a regard for the person experiKreeger, of Pana, who with one 29th, 1892 : menting. If the nuts named after child survives. Anderson, E. B. RobertsrFrank the girl and lover together burn they Hiram Scott, Mrs. G. B. will be married and happy. Transferof Buisness Property Aslinger, Miss Stephens, MIrb f Bonham, There are many ways of learning Mr. J. W. Rankin, the South Side Francis Josie the fate by apples, such as putting a feed store man, has bought Air. Ben. Burton, Miss Lue Shelby, J. T. Scott, Dr L. M. Willie number which have been named in a Utterback's blacksmith, shop and Shepherd, S. V. next week. Blanton, Jim Will take possession 6f it tub of water and diving for them Tutc, George Butler, Mrs. with the mouth, dropping a fork from The price paid was $1,200. Mr. RanTrue, Robert James a height into the tub of apples, and kin intends to remove the shop and Brown, Sherman Townsend, Geo. W. eating an apple before a mirror alone erection on the site a commodious Comley, Miss Lizzie and Campbell, Mrs. Williams, Classey in a room and combing the hair the store-roohaving a brick front Williams, Mrs. while, when the future wife or husiron sides. Harriet Kate Wilson, Miss band will appear peeping oyer the "Farms Mr. L. B. Denny, Miss-LucTransfer of Miss tie B. shoulder. Other customs prevail of Marshall purchased yesterday the Wireraan, Hiram Ella farm about nine miles from this city Davis. Miss Williams, Mrs. E. a couple going hand in hand in the garden and pulling up cabbage stalks O. Margret on the Kentucky river that belonged Giles. Miss Sarah Vanraeter, Mrs. and returning to inspect their prizes. to Capt. Sam Steele, deceased. Mrs. Rebecca Johnson, Mrs. The quantity of earth sticking to the Mary L. Steele, the widow of Capt. Wash, Robert Hannah Don- Hoag, M. root denotes the fortune or dowry, Steele, signed the conveyance. Wilson, Willie L. A. Messrs. J. J. and as the stalk is big, little, straight aldson and Harp sold to Lee McOran Merchant, McCorn, Miss Sue Cowell & Co. or crooked, so will the future wife or yesterday a tract of land near Peak's Polsgrove, Mr. .The Slate Roofing husband bo. The taste of the pith InMill. Co. and Mrs. Wm. the temper. Besides these When calling for these letters day ad- dicates Hon. Luther Benson, of Indiana, there is another in which the lady or delivered a lecture on "Temperance" vertised. gentleman Is led blindfolded to three J. M. Saffell, at the Baptist Church Sunday afterdishes, one of which is empty and Postmaster. noon and Monday night. On both two are tilled with water, one clear occasions there were large audiences The Old Original Remedy. and one colored, and if the hand is to hear the distinguished speaker, placed in clean water a maiden or who handled his subject in the masSick people should not bo deceived vournr bachelor will bo the fate of the terful style that strong convictions, by pretenders who talk about "Mi- one making tho trial, and if in water r. arising out of experience and obser- croti!," "germs," "baccilll," &c, to discolored itslgnmes a wiuow or Tho empty dish is the fate of sell their preparations, thus preventvation, combined with a fluent ing people from buying the original a love-lorold maid or bachelor. tongue, never fail to produce. tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe We have some first class second Building Association At a meet- Killer" is what you need. It is now, hand buggies and phaetons for salo. making stock- and for years has been, ing Monday evening of the more cures than all other remedies Call and see them if you want a barMastin Bros. holders of the Frankfort branch of combined. Read their advertisement gain. ' the Southern Building and Loan As- in this paper. Don't be deceived. sociation, of Knoxville, Tenn., the Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla! ollowing officers were elected for Children I m y Hat-Deakln- a colored woman, who has been confined in the penitentiary for several months, was pardoned by Gov. Brown Wednesday. She was formerly a Albert S servant in WilliB' home, in LouiBville, and since her incarceration here lost her mind. Convict Pardoned Suicide of John W. Robinson Mr. Robinson, the General Agent of the NorthWeBtern Mutual Life Insurance), Company for Kentucky , committed suicide in Louisville Wedn in this nesday. He waB city, where, in company of Mr. Anderson, of Louisville, he often made business yisits. Rowan County The Tolliver-Howar- d feud in Rowan county opened again Monday at Hogtown by a general fight between the two factions. Cal. Tolllver was instantly killed and Wylie Tolliver and Ham Howard received four rifle balls and will die. Relatives and friends of both sides Fanny Kelly, are4arming for another battle. well-know- &4 DWARD CLAASSEN, PEiiCTICiLL -- Plumber. Gas Steam Fitter AND DEALER QT-- 3as Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets, IPB AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION QTVEOH TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Opposite State House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Forks of Elkhom. Preaching at the Christian Church at 11 o'clock. Bro. Eberhardt will preach at evening. SerBuck Run vices to commence at 7 o'clock. Miss Hannah Newman attended the Columbus Celebration in Louisville last week. Mrs. Sarah Featherston and daughter. Miss Jennie, are visiting friends KET. Sales on our market for the week justclosed amountto 2,212 hhds., with receipts for the same perjod of 445 hhds. Sales on our market since January lBt amount to 138,408 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1891 on our market to date 110,023 hhds. Wo have had a very active market again this week for all grades of bur-le-y tobacco. Tho sales of the week embraced several hogsheads of new 1 mil ' " I JpT if . t i Bucklen's Arnica Salve, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- Ci, I J,ll s, Jlr. xvi. Liucas and wile woiu caiieu represent our market "for burley to Woodford county last Wednesday T&taM&SL1!?! to the bedside of his father, who is $7 00 $0 00 tobacco very sick. 8 50 Mr. Barton Clubb made a business Common Colory trash,... 7 00 aieaium to goou coiory trip to Shelby county this week. 8 50 12 00 trash Mr. F. M. Featherston made a busi9 00 colory 8 00 ness trip to Louisville a few days Common lugs not lugs 8 00 13 00 Common polory Bince. GolumbuR 'day was appropriately Medium to good coiory 13 00 15 00 lugs observed by our school; Miss Jennie Common to medium leaf 0 00 14 00 Qoddard with her sohool, Woodlake, to good leaf. 14 00 17 00 and Miss Maggie Downey with her Medium fine leaf..., 17 00 25 00 us, Good to school, Cruncher; united with Select or wrappery rendering the occasion more profit32 50 25 00 tobacco able and enjoyable. After the exorflag raising, recitations, songs, cises, prayers. &o. A beautiful repast was Ohio Ry. spread by the good ladies of this and same the above named districts; the enjoyed immensely by all. The afternoon was spent by the young NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, WASHpeople in a grand parade over the INGTON, and all Eastern Cities, principal streets of the town, and games of various kinds of appropriate Bath county. in LouiBville. Bro. Burdln Is engaged in a protracted meeting with his Church at Pigeon Fork. Mrs. Harvio Tincher and twb children are visiting relatives in burley, two of which Bold at 10.75 per 100. It 18 likely that the first good season for stripping and prizing tobacco will be followed by liberal receipts of the new crop. The following quotations fairly Jwi Chesapeakj)& character. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE, LEXINGTON niiri EASTERN POINTS. TJ me card la effect Sept. It, 1892. EAST HOUND. Call on .John Driscoll,, the liquor Fust Mull. No. 2 J merchant 217 Broadway street, for Mt. Sterling Acconunoditlon, pure Anderson county whisky. Vestluulod Express, No. 21 6-- Lve. Lexington. 7:25 A.M. . 11:46 a. m. 6:10 p. M- ., 6:30 r. m. Morehcud Accommodation No. 28 No. 20 . Arr. Lexington. Lexington ccommodatlon, No. 27. . .8.-0- a m. Louisville Express, No. 21 12Ui u. Lexington Aecommodnt Ion, No. 25. . . 3K)6i. m, G:10i m. VeMluuled Express, No. 2J i?olld Vestluulod Trains with Dining Curs No Rus transfers Lexington Through Sleepers from without H. W. FULLER. Gen'!. Fuss. Agt., Washington, D. 0. WHAT BOUND. ... wia-owe- n Indigestion, and Stomach dlsordors, take illlOWIV'H IKON IIITTEHS. All dealers keep It, SI per bottle. Gcnuino has trade-marand crossed red lines on wrapper. k FOIl DYSPEPSIA, Bank Stook for Salo. Eleven shares in city banks, in lots to suit purchasers. Apply at this office. change 30-t- f. CD. RYAN, Ass't Oen'l. P.iss. Act. Clnclnnutl, O. I OSCAR G. MURRAY, Tmfllo Manngnr. . ' -- ; CT'V " - ' 7 Practical Optician, of ' i E. O. ZEHAGEN, "STorls:. JzT&-w Silverware A new display of Elegant Silverware for 1 , - (Cut Showing frame too Largo.) ARRIVING DAILY. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Noyomber 7th, 0th,":9th, And two days each month thereafter. Glasses as low as so cents. The J best assortment of Gold Eye Glasses and Spectacles to select from. And we are showing the latest and best articles only. Purchasers' can rest assured that' our prices are " beyond a doubt the lowest andour quality the best If your head aches, eyes birn or water, sight blurs, and your n. .. glasses "don't suit, come and consult me. 'SELBEBT'S, S CORRECTS all errors of refraction scientifically, and examines the eyes with he Oculist Test Case, Opthalmascope, Retinoscope, etc., free bf charge. Lenses ground to order and frames made, to suit the face, at , Handsome Wedding and Birthday Presents OUR NEW GOODS ARE ' J , " ' v " '" i - ..; V .'?- ' . . r - as. o: sEaz-o-Einst :4F. 1 r- tuM M. A. SELBEET, The Jeweler. FRANKFORT. t .4 - ' Mi Matrimonial. QuiiiB-PAnTHiN- G Mr. Andrew L. 1 .' Quire was granted a license Monday 0 marry Miss Oynthia B. Farthing. The couple are residents of Flat Greek. Colored Two marriage licenses to colored people were granted by the County Clerk- yesterday. West Mar- Ishall to Lucy Woods, and Wrd. Banks s "Violet Booth. to Goin-Jet- t The marriage of Mr, Newbold Goin, son of Mr. Sanford Goin, jr., of Jetts, and Miss Miriam Jett, , daughter of Mr. Wm. Jett, of that station, has been announced to take placo at the residence of tho , bride's parents Monday evening, Rev. P.M. McGinn, of Versailles, to per- Dr. Halo's Household - decorated with white flowers and palms. S. R. Ford, organist, played the wedding music in the finished style characteristic 0 his work l times. A small reception followed at the home of the bride's parents for the bridal, party and .relatives of the family. Tho numbor and beauty of the presents handsomely represented both the good taste and good wishes of the many friends of the family The house was most charmingly decoratad by a wealth of floral ornamentation, the festal effect of which 's was enhanced by the strains of orchestra. Maresl, of New York City, was the caterer. The floral decorations were by Mrs. R. Free, of this place, and were of the character that loft nothing to be either in wealth of material or in its attractive arrangement." at-al, Gies-mandp-sire- LeCompto's Bottom. d Ointment, ..,?' W: ' m Is the finest remedy in the world, The Louisville Post lb absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Cures and of Wednesday afternoon contains the Neuralgia magic Rheumatism. Rheum Cures Salt Piles like announcement of the marriage of Mr. in the most soothing manner. Cures .Robert Ellis and Miss Eliza Newton, Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. s .anloping couple from Switzer, in Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be A this county. It states that the bride taken internally.Outs,positive specific Bruises Burns, Pneumonia. was to have been married" that day to for Chilblains, Sores of long standing, James Lyon, but that she loved Ellis Corns and BunionBare cured quickly: .and agreed to slip away with him and different from all else; superior to all lie. married in Jeffersonvllle, Indiana. else; it has no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at CarpeELiiisVNEWTON Balke-Tkoutman form the ceremony. Troutman, formerly of Eminence, is Announced to take place at the Gait House in Louisville Wednesday, Nov. 2d. Miss Troutman has often visited here with her moiher, and is a beautiful young lady. She has many friends in this city who will wish her .all the joy which attends a happy of Mr. Frank1 R. Balke to Miss Lily The marriage nter's drug store. 8 eight or ten additions. Alien Jiright, or Flag Fork, was in the Bottom Sunday; Miss Patsy and Lizzie Kavanaugh wore in Monterey the first of the Rip Van Winkle. week. A reported outbreak of oholera at Remember Helmetta, Nj. J., created much excitement in that vicinity. Investigation showed that the disease was not cholera but a violent dysentery which is almost as severe and dangerous as cholera-- . Mr. Walter Wlllard, a prominent merchant of Jamusburg, two miles from Helmetta, says Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has given groat satisfaction in the most severe cases of dysentery. ' It is certainly one of the best things ever made. For sale by J. W. "VITE pledge lm Gaylef Druggist Duckers. . Miss Lizzie McEwan, of Frankfort,' is visiting Mrs. R. 0. Hieatt and Mrs. Luke Harrod in this neighborhood. Joo Kavanaugh was in Sweet Home Sunday. x Miss Nellie Smoot, of Clement's Bottom, visited the Misses Kava-nuiigthe last of the week. Jim McEwan, "of Frankfort, spent last week with Urban Sargent. Mrs. J. T. Riner, of Pleasurevllle, visited her mother here thiB week. Rev. John Peters, assisted by Brother Lee, have been preaching at Flat Creek for tho last two weeks, closed their meeting Thursday night with h Notnany steamboats now. R. ROGERS & SON, We have only a few of them, BISSELL BOOKLET NewIdeasP d in a JBrief Way Our Store for a New Ask at Bright, but every lady should have one. ' It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about BISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. . That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. Free to those who ask for it. the place, St. Clair St., oppOourt House. OUR PLATFORM; ourselves in favor of from' with-th- e fl - ! IN MEMORIAM. its meeting Thursday night, dispensed with tho regular routine of business, and held'a meeting of mourning, in sympathy with tho family of the deceased, Mrs. Caroline Scott Harrison, wire of Benjamin Harrison, President of the United States, who departed this life in the east room of the White House at Washington, D. 0., at 1:40 a. m., of Oct. 25th, 1892; therefore be it Resolved, That we, the Garfield Club of Frankfort, State of Kentucky, do bow our heads' in n sympathy for the family that held strength and courage, both day and night, over the death bed of the deceased, Mrs. Harrison, she being brave enough to face the result to its final end, knowing the gates wore ajar to receive grief-stricke- Cool The Garfield League Club, at I' marriage. Tuesday at "high noon the. wedding of TSli George H. Watson "and Mrs. Alice Berry Orbieon was celebrated at the of the bride's father, Col. Hirara Berry, in the presence of the following persons, nearly all of whom Col. and axe relatives of the bride: Mrs. Hiram Berry, Mr. and MVs. Watson-Orbison On resi--den- co Mrs. Sophie O'Donnell, who has been on the sick list for some weeks, is much improved. Mr. P. L. Gibson, of Tyrone, was visiting friends here last week. There Is a movement on foot to build a house free for use fpr any and all moral and religious purposes. Mr. Jamos Leag will probably re-- l turn to Tyrone for the winter in a short time. Our neighbor, Jett, has sprung a real live newspaper, entitled "The Jett Enterprise--- " She's little, but she's oud. Long may she live and pros- -' and fair. of customers ilPIKOTSOT'lOIkT misstatements.' evcrcharge, adulterations and IF'IES'EilE for every one merchant who does most for his customers. ITIK-XDI- E: of monopolistic rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. SOXXIBXTIOnT IRlKiID'CrO'TXO buyer's bugbear and 1ST of the people's burden tax profits. di , ! George F. Berry, Oapt. and Mrs. '; Will Cannon, Miss Nellie and Mr. Howard Orbison, Mrs. Carroll Wal-ou- tt Howard and Edmund Rodman, Mrs. Cornelia Bush, Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Peniolc, Mr. George L. Payne, .and Mr. Stanley Stagg. The parlors were beautifully, decorated for the ocoaslon, and likewise the dining room to which the company repaired for lunch immediately after the ceremony, which Rev. Mr. Penick solemn ized in tho impressive service of the After luncheon , Episcopal Ohunsh. ""tho entire party, with one or two exceptions, boarded the special train on the Midland railroad and accompanied the contracting couple on their trip to Cincinnati, Chicago and Sb Louis as far vas Georgetown. When Mr. and Mrs. Watson return home next week they will go to house" ioeplng in the residence of Mrs. Lou. Cannon, on Ann near Clinton Resolved, That in Mrs. Harrison we have recognized her as tho first lady of tho United States for the past four years, and a more faithful matron to our great nation could not be found. Resolved, That the city papers bo requested to publish these' resolutions, and that the Secretary be requested to forward n a copy of same to our grief-strioke- her. Garfield League Club. Mrs. R. C. Rhea, Of Milford, Neb., says she suffered greatly from a complication of diseases of female weaknoss and, liver and kidney troubles. Hor health was fully restored by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea, tho most pleasant and, effective medicine known. 25o. President. Our community Jn the recent death INTELLIGENTLY! bf Mr. D. O. Newpbld and Mr. B. F. BUY AS YOU VOTE Trumbo have lost two of their oldest and most respected citizens. Both were' men of the highest social qualities, typifying every principle neccessary to constitute the title of gentlemen. The entire community As candidates for your patrnnaqe we invite an examination of our will long and 'sadly mourn their loss. business record, in support of our claim for FAIR, The coming political contestseems SQUARE DEALING. to be the one topic of which no one thinks or speaks. Since the changes made in the polling places many We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, voters have not taken the palm to and the lowest prices to' all customers, without distinction find out where they must put in an of age or class, and behind our promise stands appearance to cast their vote. Oapt. Tom Steele, Messrs. L. P. and our splendid stock of James Thompson and. others put in several days at the Lexington races last week. Do ,not know if any one had to walk homo or not. , Our tobacco growers are happy. Tho prospeuts for liberal prices are good, crops are fair, and the ouring has resulted in a fine lino of colors. We think tho boys hold the winning card this time. . per. ; MS Boots and Shoes, Bulldofus. 'A street. and 50c. per package at P.H. CarpeHudson - Lounsdury The Stam- nter's drugstore. 1 ford, Connecticut, daily paper deOld Walker & Hackley whiskies, scribed the marriage on tho 11th Mr. Will. P. Hudson, jr., of tho finest in the olty. at John inst. of tlo liquor merchant, 217Broad-wa- y his olty, oMlas Louise Lounsbury, street. ... m n daughter of Mr. Charles Hugh Lounsbury, of that city, after mentioning Bargalsiq. the names of the attendants, which MastinBros. have some splendid Surreys, Phoatons and the Roundabout published three second-han- d Buggles.that thoy offer oheap. weeks ago, said: i "It was a 'white wedding.' The bride wore white satin trim mod with Many Persons aro broken pearls and carried or household cares. The bridesmaids were in white down from overworkBitters Robuiuisthe Brown's Iron stripped taffeta silk and carried whito system, olds digestion, removes excess of bile, and cures malaria. Get tho genuine.' Tosos. Tho church was beautifully Dris-coil's, 6-- 42-t- f. lillles-of-tho-vallo- There is'no use of any one suffering with the cholera, when Chamberlain's Colic, Oholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can be procured. It will give relief In a few minutes and cure I have tried it and in a short time. know W. H. Clinton, Helmetta, N. The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranteed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. J. The epidemio at Helmetta was at believed to be cholera but subsefirst See the styles, 1 Dok at the quality .jnarvel at the prices. quent investigation proved it to be a violent form of dysentery, almost as dangerous as cholera. This Remedy was used with great success. For sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. lm The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, puro brandies, best domestic For wines in tho oity, call on John Dris-coll- , the liquor merchant, 217 Broadway street. A Farm Hand Waited A man who knows somothlng'nbout attending to horses and working a garden can find steady employment by tho year on applying to Jamos Coins, Millvlllo, Ky. White man preferred, and must come well recommended. 6-- Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. 4 E. J McOLTOE, 3-- 0t Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &e. :'ViV", x..ckH&3iL V 8 FALL AND WINTER DISPLAY -- O JP- - Tho groatoBt lot of Bargains we have over offered the trade. Bolnff large buyers enables us to sell at prioos the smaller dealer pays for his goods. We have made great preparations for aglarge business. We have goods to to suit the masses. Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings! TAILORING DEPARTMENT. The 2k j Dunlap's Fall Styles, For which we are sole agents here: best hat in the world. Begin in price at 1.00 and up to $5.00. All classes supplied here. Such a large line that you'll find any kind of a hat you want for yourself or boy, and from 25c. r-- 2V..1 Pull ofrall the latest novelties in foreign and mestic cloth and cassimere. IN FACT THE do- Best Goods, Best Cutters and Best Make; UNDERWEAR! BOYS' - CLOTHING. Boy's Long Pant Suits at 3.00, $4.00,' 5.00, 6.00, $8.00, $1000, and up to 15.00. Long pants begin at fifty cents, and up to 5.00. No such stock of Boys' Clothing shown here. Best make and best fit. The greatest stock we have ever shown at startling law prices Fine White Merino at 50 cents, worth 75 cents Filte ILDUISVILLE, ' Scarlet, sold last season for Si. 50, 'for $1. Fourth and Jefferson. BEST TAILORIHQ Gratehei? & Stacks, -- , AT If we don't double our shoe sales this season, it will be for the reason the people don't know, what a stock we have, and the low prices we have reached. We put in shoes here to build up a big shoe business, and if selling here at short profits will do it we'll get the business. Wha do you think of buying Ladies' Fine Kid Shoes for 1.00; Ladies Fine Goat Shoes for 1.25; Child's School Shoes for 1.00; Men's Boots for Men's Calf Shoes for 2.00. 1.50; 'W 'm . ." J r.-J- tfcjfl '. 1 JH ; .. FRANKFORT, 330 to 340 iCfain. irSftlSil r ' WJ CHILDREN'S bears us fruit every day and we are willOur long experience in 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. the-busine- CLOTHING. Men's suits for 4.00, $5,po, 6.00, 8.00 and 10.00. suits at 10.00 up to 25.00, fit for anybody to wear. Men's, finer dress Short pants, 25 cents up to 2.50. Suits 4 to 13 years. 1.50. Good school suits for 2.50, 3,00, S3. 50 to 6.00. Finer goods for dress wear, 5.00 to 12.00. Clothing to suit $e masses. CJECXTTC? JHC JESXC i'!?W Deserving FRANKFORT AND aS jEr.m.jE&JEE23 LOUISVILLE. S" ?' &'' fog The petition of J. W. Mastin, to Lexington, Ky., Oct. 3, 1892. build a frame stable on the rear of Dear Sir Almost everybody in' his lot on Ann street, was granted. Lexington knows of my case. I have Further time was granted to the been a constant sufferer from rheucommittee on the purchase of a now matic gout for over thirteen years. town clock. I have also had pneumonia several THE 8HORTE8T AND QDIOKEf T A profile of Campbell street was times, chronic catarrh, bronchitis and presented by Surveyor Joseph la grippe, and have been very deaf Bailey, and the grade established as for a long time. It is now about Orleans etowi! to shown in the profile. seven weeks since you began treating A motion by Mr. Darnell, to the HID YV1UU rhn UlDVlUjJUlODi UUU rnA ma irff-- t mn An1 IUD UI4U h'lonfMAnnion effect that the street committee suits have been wonderful, I have reTime, 25 Hours. carry out tho contract between Mrs. ceived greater relief than from all Orumbaugh and the council and providus treatment of pyhsicians and SOLID VE8TIDULED TRAINS. have the jJavement and ourbing medicines. My hearing is so much The shortest and quickest. in front of residence on improved that I rarely use the ear Slaced street, was her adopted. 'olmes trumpet. My lungs and throat are A discussion arose over a resolu- bettor, and the improvement in my Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala tion similar to the one recently limbs remarkable. I have tho utpassed, to employ an attorney to most is confidence in the Eleetropoise, Time. 26 Hours. assist the City Attorney in tho suit and gladly recommend it. of the Gas Company against the city, Mrs. M. Howard. Solid Vestlbuled TnUns. TheShon tine be with tho added words in tho resoluWe treat all nervous and chronic tweciiClnclimiitlanrl tion "to test tho validity of tho sale diseases, It does not cost you a cent Levinoton. Ky.. Time. Hourv Mr. .Staten didn't TKN.V.. KNOXVILLIS. and contract," to consult us, and you may bo benN. C. 17 AfiHKVIl.LE. " so deep into the question. care to go ClIVrJ'ANOOOa.TENN., " Descriptive pamphlet free. 11 Mr. Darnell wanted tho whole matter efited. IB On., Atlanta, call ' investigated and decided by tho Address orRoom at ELEOTROPOISE Uiiimikouau, Ala.. " 16 OFFICE, 10, Norton Block, DlrActConnectloiisiitNewOriBanPUid Surer courts. port for TexiiH, Mexico und California, The Qity Attorney, who was present, corner Fourth ,and Jefferson streets. Leuve Kr.inlaorl via Kentucky Midland Rallwai -.. . vluOooeti)vv5:lB in.!arrlvoCln'JlnnatllO:2f chat if the contract was destated 01. Quicker t If you want sulphur water, frosh a. AIltrumH trrlvlinn nnyotherltne, clared Invalid by tho courts, the city would have to take back tho from tho Murray well, lore at your Depot, Clnclnnat: it lepsirtfrom Jentral Ono and pay tho gas compan' residence every " morning, leave KorRftto Mnpa,so..'inarnH E. T. CHAIUiETON, the .full amount of the valuation of orders at V. II. Averill's drug store, A., the U. S. Express office or H. R.' D. MILLER, . D. I'.ifcT. 'i, Chattanooga. the works. D. EDWARDS. 23itf. was opposed to any Williams' grocery. Traf.Miig. Cincinnati. 0. 'j V.& i,T Mr. Staten Uara jao wrtttaa suck risk, and Mr. Gaines thought if ma ylf If ?m bo happen, the city would baraVt, wiadota We desire to say to our citizens, be the gainer. -nd rnilfBllHIINI writi laMlllftnlI on the mbltlas turitil Without action however that for years we have been selling resolution the council adjourned, ft BTHHIflHftfll mil voa uv Dr. King's New Discovery fo after it had passed a number of ptclal, ptraonal n. uiniion. ! trtaka 19 bri.Hr Consumption, Dr. King's New claimB. AtoP nth Inr f.Irlr (((at panaa Life Mils Bucklen's Arnica Salve f alihirtai. who Catarrh Can't be Cured can raad and and Eiectnc Bitters, and have vrrha. and wW Ittr loilrutlka, never handled remedies that sell With local applications, as they canwin wara laaai trioailr, how t as well, or that haye given such not reach the seat of the disease. am Thrta ThMi. ad DallK.a i constitutional universal satisfaction. We do not Catarrh is a blood or to rttrln than tinwallll.t. whtracure it you disease, and in order rar lhajr lira. I hesitate to guarantee them every have to take internal remedies. Hall's will ala feral &a (Itoatlaa rime, and we stand ready to re- Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and Xffiift tmplojmaat, at fund the purchase price, if satis- acts directly on the blood and mu- Ifagttyrc- item trklth yea can am that amount. by cous surfaces. It I ahart oalhlnf factory results do not foljow their one of the best was perscribedthis ad raealTasach-in- f physicians in naiad ia. use. These remedies have won country for years, and is a regular CtMhl, a abort. Nothlar dlflcall their great popularity purely on prescription. It is composed of the t lain, at Ibal (aaalraa nacb best tonics known, combined with the Ujaa. Idolitbat 'their merits. For sale by oat parton from aah dl.Wet ar P. H. Carpenter, Druggist. ou the mucous surface. I The perfect mat?. I hara ready taaght aad of the two ingredients combination Pfarldtd with ia. Tho City Council. fs what produces euoh wonderful plajatat a larra results in curing catarrh. Send for. naklev arar Thtta Thouiaad OalUn a Jaar, aah. All U uaw. jaUdiiara. rail panlcalara Afitrjonknow.ll.lf At the regular meeting of tho oity testimonials. fe. nana la aona. Aaaraaa. jca n w?-- v Jm&MZZ,.irr, hb7, council Tuesday night Chairman P. J. CHEENEY &X30.,. Toledo, O. BUS MaUa. AUIUI Dece-ly- . Staten and Messrs. Darnell, Gaines, i&S61d by druggists, 75 cents. Mnstin and Shaw were present. mayor TODin returned with his The Eleetropoise. approval the ordinance requiring new curbing and new pavements in front of certain designated lots. ' The petition of Mrs. A. E. Ballew. V5MK5Ct to build a frame house in the West m End, was granted. The petition for two gas lamps, on Clinton street, near the Midland HO afEK3KSMZ?SflMBKVRil depot and colored city school buildmiles ing, was referred to the gas 'commit- MlUi Praise. it should iJEJiiiiJlMH iHw A WOODFORD FARM FOR SALE. TO SELL A VALUABLE T CO 1 acre farm in Woodford county. Kr. HlR the old Bob Uiutctier nliice. adtolnlnir the farm of Tom Freeman, near Spring tStatlon. I will sell on very reasonable terms. Possession given the flrst duy or next March. Persons wishing to purchase will please exutulne the farm una: then communicate with or cull and hee me for terms at Frankfort, Ky. J UN L. KOOTT, Attorney for Mrs. Mar I. Johnson. AM AUTHORIZED lo-i- ti, 1 ACRES OF GOOD LAND. ik MILES 80UTH. 4 ot Frankfort, on tho Little Benson ond. Lane's Mill turnpike; u splendid Eureka rockaway horse; also one or two hundred Idcust posts Apply tp MH8.R.B.M0KEE, bept. On the premises. 24-l- FOESA.LE! it Poultry j Moore's Remedy.. :n3 :ik i - Fkankfout, Kt., tept. 24, ltttt.-2- .OP, W.J, CHINK, JR, TS THE OLDEST P0DTRY REMEDY ON X market. Postlvely prevents and cures TI1E;, SM vtl, i":. 5 - CHOLERA Jan.SO-ly- . AND tlon of GAPES.. Will practice in all State Courtb. Of. fice second floor, Custom House. J "4 ,,:t'Ji -- More then pR5 for Its use In the extra 'product KJMiSk! al- Kentucky Midland dhortest and quickest between SIHC2KKAT2 , 2r &$& 'i f, Get a trial box. j'-' P!miB QAmmB'Smh avaTairni vmm m hE fUUMl ad Paris,- iii uii3i line between Frankfort, lisle, himn mouth TICKETS VIA Car- CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, DRUGGISTS- nt V2 Ifcysville, Cjathiasa, F;l- - PRESCRIPTION GOODS (hB5H8I vSSS1wBSiK Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET ASK FOR KY. MIDLAND. AND SUNDRIES. finest TflAINS flO BY GENTflAL STAVOAHD TIME. I SOU WATER in Frankfort. TIME TABLE JUNE 20. I WL H April A M M V M TRAINS EAST. Lv. Frankfort Ly. Summit . . Lv. ElKhorn . . Lv. Swltzer , No. 1. No. 8. No. 7. 3.80 3.86 8.41 m r A W h 0.00 6.06 6.18 6.82 6.SU 6 44 li.ll , Lv. Duvull Lv. JohiiHon Lv. Georgetown . .B Lv. C. S. Depot . . . . rv. Newtown . . . . Lv. Centrevllle . . . . Lv.Ktamplng Ground 6.62 6.66 7.Oil 7.18 7.23 7.37 8.48 4.02 4.09 4.14 4 22 4.32 4.47 4.6U 1.10 1.26 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.85 8.00 8.8S 8.45 4.06 100 DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the auo phqeitix: hotel;; IN LEXINGTON, KY.. Ar Parle . . !', .0; I 6.01 6.15 TRAINS WEST. Lv. Paris Ar, Elizabeth Ar. Centervllle Ar. Newtown Ar. 0 S. Depot Ar. Georgetown . . B ct , x Ml I' m t m P M INo.2. No. 4 iNo.flj "8.00 4.&1 6.60 I Saturday, Nov. 12th, 1892. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without operation und with little or no pain. surgical--.? .... . 8.12 8.16 R24 H.!t6 6.02 0.0tiv 6 14 5.01 6.10 6.25 6.52 7.05 7.15 7.85 7.65 6.45 6T2 6.87 6.45 6.61 6.5H Ar.StamplngGround Ar. Swltzer Ar. Klkliorn Ar. Ar. Johnson Ar. Duvull Ar. FrankforJ; . . , A . Summit. ..... - 8.41 8.49 8.51 0.01 0.13 9.19 9.25 9.33 7.10 7.10 7.22 7.30 8.10 8.20 8.30 gas-wor- ks DR. KELLEY'S olllco and resident i nt om The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- West Eighth stroet, Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day of each week except SATURtions form the shortest mid cheapest route to all DAYS. Jrtimplileta describing these points north, south and west. treatment sent free to anyone For further information apply to their atrents, W. I. KELLEY, M. D., E. B. WEITZEL, by addressing a D. BER0AW, v259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati; 0. l;iit iickci Agcai, iten. runs, aku j GEp, '0. flARPER, Gen. 8npt. CONSULTATION FREE. dlseuses-und-thomodo- A connects with L. A N. B connocts with Q. & 0. C connects with K. 0. and L.S. Berberlcii, Frankfort, Ky. Rev. L. p. Hulett, Benson. Ky. A. II, McClure, Frankfort, Ky. tV. J. Hughes, Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jus. M. WIthrow, Frunkfoit, Ky. V. REEERENCE8 . W, McKee Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfort. Ky. T. IXft , "" . , J ,... W l (. w; Lt't--