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FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 5, 189 Number 9 Resolutions of Hospect. sef r STi Comparative Tests, The following resolutions were adopted by Capital Lodge, No C, I. O. O. F., at their meeting on Monday evening: J CH Have LJosrai BROWNIE ! 1 $&$& Royal Baking; Powder Purest and Strongest. Dr. PETER COLLIER, late of thfe Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. having analyzed the, chief brands of Chemist-in-Chief J wBBfci Wmmk.Sb baKin'.c po-vde- Reports the Royal Baking Powder the greatest in leavening strength, ' Whereas, The Noble Grand of the Universe has removed from our Lodge dciow co cue uranu i,oago anove our beloved brother, Joshua Nolaiid, a venerable brother, for many years a prominent and consistant Odd Fellow; tnereioro oe ic Unsolved, That in the death of Brother Noland our Lodge has sustained a great lows, and one which we deeply fool, and earnestly deplore. Resolved, That we sympathize with the family of our deceased brother, and can only point thorn to his exemplary life and noble character and Christian virtues for consolation in this hour of bereavement. licsolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon our minutes and a copy sent to the family of Brother Nolit.d, and our dity papers be requested to copy the same. H. G. Mattekn, S M. bean to the corner to remind you this is the season for sweep around Weather Strips and Coal Hods, .Meat Choppers & Butcher Knives, Corn Poppers, Lanterns, Glass, Powder, Shot and Seils. Howell. Yielding over 27 per cent, more gas than the average of the others tested. Dr. Collier adds: "I have made many analyses of various brands of baking powders and Cheap Bates on the Midland. The Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return Nov. 7th for2.25, good returning onianv regular train Nov. 7th and 8th. ets will be sold to Nov. Georgetown and return at l fare, certificate plan, good returning Nov. 7th. Account Y. M. 0. A. oth-tick- M. GRAY, Hardware Merchant. we .! a. v 'i ; ft: . "I have always found the Royal composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. " Peter Collier, M. D., Ph. D." "April 2, 0. D. Bekcaw, G. F. & P. A. ' '. 1892." &. were looking at a pistol, and, as usual, didn't know it was loaded. It Urbin V. Sargent has gone to Frank- exploded and shot a horse belonging to John M. Jonas. fort to C R. 0. Hieattand wife visited Swit-zer- , B.John Allen has sold his farm Thavp, and is looking for one to Bridgport and Bagdad. purchase for himself. Mr. B.B. Graves shipped a lot of Mr. Wm, Mitchell an.l family, of fat hogs to the city last week Polsgrove's Landing, parsed through Miss Lizzie Kavanaugh visited our town to visit relatives at Bagd.id friends at Monterey and Gest last! this week week. John Perkins, of Beech Ridge, purRev., P. E. Kavanaugh spent last chased a farm in this community and week visiting his brother near Fal- moved to same last week. He will aiso Duua a new nonse on tne place mouth. this season. Mrs. Tom Wilhoit. who has been visiting Mr. "Webb, left Saturday for Many thanks, Brother Catehum. Call by and view that wonderful ear her home in Madison. of corn. We were greatly surprised Mr. Myers, of New Albany. Indinna, at your find. Those eight stalks of accompanied by Mart Clements and corn you saw, with only one ear on Sid. Douthitt, qf Lockport, were in all, didn't grow near that berry uateh the neighborhood last week selling you gacnereu tnoso nno uerrius irom. etock in a steamboat company. The else tne product certainly woum y by Ken- - j imVe been greater. iiuvny nvur iiibii uuu run in uitur in- LeCompte's Bottom. . An honest Swede Iclls his story in plain but unmistakable language for the benefit of the public. '"One of S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. my children took a severe cold and got the croup. I gave her a 9f Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and in five" minutes later I gave By this time one more. she had to cough up the gathering in her throat. Then she went to sleep and slept good for fifteen minutes. Then she got up apd vomited; then she went back to bed and slept good for the remainder oi the night, she With largely increased facilities, we are now prepared to show got the croup the second night and the most complete line of DRAPERIES ever brought I gave her the same .remedy with the same good results. I write this beto this city. Beautiful new patterns in fine, cause I thought there might be some ' medium and low priced one in the same need and not know, grades. the true merits of this wonderful medicine." Charles A. Thompseen, Des Moines, Iowa. 25 and 60 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Drugtea-spoonf- ul wm sifSiiiE TuACE hr CURTAINS gist, lm Shortsightedness. To waste your money on vile, dirty watiry mixiureB compoundea by in experienced persons, when you have the opportunity of testing Otto's' Curd free of charge. Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible hacking Piege Goods s, XTpli.olstex3r IN GREAT VAKIETY. (3-odd.- s, terests 26th, at the residence of tha bride's parents in Owen county, near Monterey, Mn Rome Karsner to Miss Annie Smith, both of Owen county. The .next day the mother and father of the groom, who live here, gave them n reception at night. Eighty-fiv- e invited guests partook of a beautiful feast. Rip Van Winkbe. Married-- On October Nervous Prostration. A largo manufacturer, whose affairs were very much embarrassed, and who was overworked and broken down with nervous exhaustion, went to a celebrated specialist. He was told that the only thing needed was to be relieved of care and worry, and have a change of thought. This doctor was more considerate of his patient's health than of his financial circumstances. He ouirht to have advised him to use Dr. Miles' Restor coua;h when Chapman & Williams will furnish you a free sample bottle of this great guaranteed remedy? Hold a bottle of Otto's Cure to the light and observe it&beautiful golden color and thick heavy syrup. Largest packnee" and purest go's. 45 Large bottle 60c. Window Shades 1 Made to Order." Satisfaction When Baby was sick, wo gavo her Castorla. When she was a,Ch!ld,8he cried for Castorla. When she became Miss, she clunp to Castorla. When she bad Children, she gav n them Costw'a. ui Lowast Prices Gu aranteed. Heart Disease Curable. The truth of this statement may be doubted by many, but when Dr. Franklin Miles, the eminent Indiana specialist, claims that heart disease is curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cures by his new heart cure, it attracts the attention of the millions 'suffering with short breath, palpitation, irregular, pulse, wind in stomach, pain in side or shoulder, smothering spells, fainting, dropsy, &c. A. F. Davis, coffee, opium, &c. Thousands testify to cures. Books and trial bottles free at J. W. Gaylo's. 5 ative Nervine, the best remedy for nervous prostration, sleeplessness, dizziness, headache, ill effects of BROWER, SCOTT & FRAZEE, Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies.,' Advertised Letters atFrankfort.Ky. Below will Call on Jo. in x i.. uiw, 1 ie liquor merohant, 217 13rn,muv smei. for be found n list of ndvortised pure Anderson county whiskv. 6-- letters for the week ending November Silver Creek, Nebraska, by using four bottles cf Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, was completely cured after twelve years suffering from lieurt disease. This wonderful remedy is sold by J. W. Gayle. Books free. 5 - (5th. 1802 : Ballinger. Walker Madden, William Okes, Rev. G. M. Hobson, Ed Rubran, Abo Jack, Harry Wilson, Robt. Louis, Laird T. When uiilhu for these letters say advertised. Children Cry for. Pitcher's 6astoria' WE AEE IE IT. Zilpah. Fine rain and lovely weather. Joseph Mooro was in town last J. M. SAFFEIiL, Fostmostor. A Loader. Since its first introduction, Eleotrio Bitterd has gained rapid y in popular fuvor, until now it is oiearly in tho lead among pure medicinal tonics and alteratives -- contain.ng nothing which pormits its uso as a beverage or intoxicant, it is recognlzod as tho host and purest medicine .or all ailments of Stomach, Liver or Kidneys. It will cure Siok Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, and drive Malaria from tlio ayscom. sutistaetlcn friinr- anteed, with each bottle or the monoy i'TIUU umy ouu. Will UU lUUlUUUU per bottle. Sold by P. H. Cakpen- - weeic. P. .' P. 0. Skelton, of this vicinty, is on tne stoic list. Mr. M S. Scroggin's new house is nearing compjotion. Lemuel Lands and wife, of Bagdad, visited our community this week. Thomas Duncan and wife visited Tom Loo and family at Croppers, last week. Richard Poole, from near Shelby- vllle, visited relatives in this com munity last week. Wm. Lands and wife, of Now Castle, TEIt. Henry county, are visiting relatives in this community. BROWN'S IRON We learn quite a serious accident took place Sunday last near W. D. & (Duncan's, A party of boys and men mT For Diamonds, Solid Gold and Silver Watchos, Sterling Silver and Silver Plated "Ware. W, L, COPPERSMITH,. THE JEWELER, is the cheapest place in Frankfort. Call and he convinced. Hi in juir ifo-i- 1 cures Dyspepsia, !,..;,. BITTERS . Debility. 'mmmmmmije fim . mwSBm ..'M ' i W.T 2W ' S G ' 3VEil"fcULX'23L m7W&L&OJDL&- - We will sell at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Haines,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods sold on time will be Charged at regular price. - S KIT iT J 3STGr OXJT AT C Trov JSuLX-rios- - izroio. 3RLooI:ragr tert t aJkp M v Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Mrs. 0. Callahan went to Cincinnati Thursday. Mr. Victor Engelhard, of Louisville, was here Monday. , Mrs. J. Swigert Taylor visitedin Iiouisville this week. Mrs. George Inman returned home Monday from Paris. Miss Dudley, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Stites Duvall. Mr. Thos. B. Hutchinson returned Saturday from Chicago. Miss Ruth Stanson visiting friends in Lexington this week. Mrs. D. H. Pifer left "Wednesday for Lexington to visit friends. Mr. Thomas Averill is home from a trip to Louisville and Chicago. Mrs. Albert Hollenkamp, of Lexing- C. E. COLLINS & Social Events. Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Crutcher entertained Capt. Tom C. Jones, Dr. S. B. Holmes and Mr. Lewis D. Craig at dinner Sunday. Miss Cora Blakemore gave a Hallowe'en party at her home near Farm-dale- , last Monday night in honor of her guests, Misses Gill, Baskett, and Berryman. The affair was a brilliant one, and the invited guests were highly entertained. Mrs. J. Proctor Knott and Mrs. Wickliffe Chapman have invited a number of young ladies and gentlemen to meet their1 guests, Miss McElroy and Miss Jennie Knott, Wednesday evening, November 9th, between the hours of eight and twelve Al-man- BRO-- , -v osite the Farmers Bank. jv ton, visited here last Saturday. Mr. James Brown, of Shelby county, visited his friends here Sunday. Miss Marie Haldeman, of St. Louis, is the guest of Mrs. 0. F. Exum. Miss Rebecca Averill returned home Saturday from a visit to Louisville. Miss Natalie Sawyier went to Cincinnati Wednesday to take a course in art. Mr. James Todd, jr., of Louisville, visited his parents her Sunday and Monday. Mr. Ed. 0. Leigh, Asst. Secretary of State, and his mother went to Padu-caTuesday. Mies Clara Crutcher, of Duckers Station, is visiting Misses Maggie and Louise Daniel. Mr. George H. Watson and bride returned from their wedding trip h I ! Saturday night. Mr. W. F. Grayot went to his home at Smithland Tuesday to vote in the Presidential race. Miss Innes Starling, of Greenville, Mississippi, is visiting her cousin, Miss May Pepper. Miss Virginia McAteor, of Louisville, was present at the reception by Mrs. J. W. Headley. Mrs. Russell Rodman visited the family of Judge Charles S. Grubbs, in in Louisville, this week. Mrs. P. McDonald and daughter, Miss Jennie, went to Cincinnati Thursday on a brief visit. of Hon. W. M. Reed, the Legislature from Marshall county, was in the city Thursday. ?Mr. Richard A. Bohannan, of Clay City, was here Monday and Tuesday to attend his neice's funeral. . Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Respess went to Mayeviilo Vednesday to make a brief visit to their relatives. Mrs. E. P. Bryan, of St. Louis, and Master Sylvester arrived Thursday and are visiting Mrs. L. Labrot. MiBS Rena Davis, Owensboro, and Miss Estill Davis, of Shelby county, are visiting Mrs. Carrie O. Choate. Miss Gertrude Greene, after a visit to her uncle, Mr. Robert Greene, home to Covington Monday. ex-memd li.vtwU, and Mrs. Oscar Barrett, of Cincinnati, visited Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Barrett the first of the week. w. M. Stuckv and wife, of t Louisville, who have boon visiting relatives 'here, returned homo Mon day. Sheriff 0, C JLolrigg and his twol Owingsville, . Bath daughters, ..' CarJt. played with five decks, in which, turned Saturday night. though clubs and spades are handled Mr. Gilbert Mastin went to San indiscriminately, sequences, though Francisco Thursday. He will spend hearts and diamonds are sought for tho winter in California. in the chance arrangements of the Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hall, of cards as dealt out to the company; Croppers, are in the city visiting not obtained through skill, with three kings and an axe handle as the friends on tho South Side. tho name of the game would lead a Col. Thomas Corbett and Warden gentleman of experience to infer. Sam. A. Norman have gone, to their Master John Sower, a son of Mr. homes to vote, the former to Paducah Peter Sower, entertained his friends and the latter to Mayfield . Monday night at his father's home on Rev. Alex HenBley, Chaplain in the Holmes street, to celebrate the fifUnited States Navy, arrived home teenth anniversary of his birthday. Tuesday after an eight months' cruise The young people danced until a late along the coasts of England, France hour and were then served with reand Portugal. freshments. Those present were: Mr. John Abbett and wife, of Bed- Misses Flora Wolfe, Agnes and Mamie ford, Trimble county, and John Douglas, Mamie Sower, Daisy Hutch-ersoMorris1 and wife, of Now Castle, have Bonnie Dean, Ruth Hawkins, been visiting the Misses Morris, on Bessie Hardin, Clara Harris, Nellie Ann street, this week. Staten, Annie Hockersmith, Sallie to Kirtley, Rosio Salender, Lizzie Lutke-meieMrs. J. Q. A. Stewart was called and Messrs. Garrad Rodman, Shelby county Saturday on tho reJohn Graham, Geo. Downey, Lawceipt of a telegram that her sister had been thrown from a buggy and rence O'Connor, David Davis, James Ely, Wm. and John Lutkemeier, was very seriously injured. Thomas Grant, John and JameB Mies Hattie Thompson, who has Sower and Steele Reading. been visiting her father in Ohlllicothe Mr. and Mrs. L. Labrot entertained Missouri, returned to this city Saturday and is stopping with her sister, the Matrimonial Euchre Club Thursday night. The ladies were in Mrs. Ed. Porter Thompson. and the rooms full Mr. and Mrs. Phil. Carpenter re- being evening toilet,decorated with tastefully moved on Tuesday from Judge Orad- - flowers and plants made a splendock's house to the residence owned did back ground for tho pic by Mrs. Virginia Crittenden, on Third ture of loveliness. There wero eight street, between Conway and Steele tables and thirty-tw- o ladies and genstreets. tlemen engaged in tho game. Both Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ahlor enter-taine- prizes, handsome souvenir spoons, a Halloween party Monday wero won by thirteen, Mrs. Ed. night at their residence on tho South Honsloy securing one and Capt. Tom Side in honor of their guests, Misses 0. Jones tho other. Refreshments after the game. Carrie and Julia Wallheisor, of Buffa were served lo, Now York, and Bodford, Indiana. Those present wore as follows: Mr. Wm. P. Hudson, jr., and his Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Pepper, Mr. brido arrived in tho city Saturday and Mrs. G. M. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. night. They will reside with Mr. H. F. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. NorHudson's father on the corner of man, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rodman, Wilkinson and Wapplng streets and Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Hondriok, Mr. and bo at home to their friends after No- Mrs. Sani D. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Will Saffell, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Ely, Mr. vember 15th. and Mrs. J. W. Headley, Mrs. S. F. Children Cry for Pitcher'svCas'toria. Jf Trabue, Mrs. Win. Lindsay, Mrs, n, county, were in the city Sunday and Monday. Mr. Asa McConathy, of Lexington, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Oscar Barrett and wife, after a visit to Mr. Johnson Barrett and wife, returned home to Cincinnati Tuesday. Mis3 McElroy and Miss Jennie Knott, of Lebanon, are visiting Mrs. J. Proctor Knott and Mrs. Wickliffe Chapman. Mr. Ohas. E. Taylor, manager for the Western Union Telegraph Company in this city, is very ill at home on Broadway. Dr. and Mrs. Bailey, who have been visiting Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Barrett, returned home to San Antonio, Texas, Wednesday. Mr. John W. Weitzel and wife, of Atlanta, Ga., visited Mr! Weitzel's uncle, Mr. Gabriel Weitzel, on High street, this week. Mrs. Henry T. Stanton and daughter, Mrs. Will Dorsey, returned home Monday from a visit to relatives in Fern Bank, Ohio. Miss Laura Hughes gave a Hallo-twoMnndav nicrhfe " ' " a large number of her at which friends were present. Mrs. N. J. Sawyier, who accompanied her sister, Mrs. Campbell, to her home in Covington last week, ren nnt.ftrl-nhimfint-- d o'clock. THE MAID OF HONOR. , to represent Frankfort at the Satellites Ball in Louisville, on the night of the 18th inst. She accepted the invitation and will make a representative of which the city, with its many handsome, graceful and intelligent ladies, will feel justly proud. Society is driven to "Desperation." No one need apprehend any danger, however, for it is a game of cards Miss Todd Saffell, on Monday, received the official notice that she had been selected as the Maid of Honor Ed. HenBley, Mrs. C. E. Colahan, Mrs. white silk; Mrs. Nannie Duvall, black W. J. Hendrick, Mrs. Caswoll Ben- silk with pink trimings. Miss Head-le- y nett, Mr. R. H. Crittenden, Capt. T. wore Paris white muslin and 0. Jones, Mr. Aleck Grant, Mr. Robt. carried La France roses. She was Burns Wilson, Mr. L. D. Craig and assisted by Miss Virginia McAtoer, of Louisville, who was becomingly Mr. Will Grant. dressed in red silk; Miss Marie HaldeA number of young gentlemen gave man, of St. Louis, who wore -- a black a dance at Sower's Hall Thursday lace; Miss Sue Morris in'light blue night, in honor of Miss Mamie Sow- crepe de chine and Miss Emma a crimson cashmere. er's guests, Miss Carrie Wallheiser, Morris inthan 150 invitations were More of Buffalo, N. Y., and Miss Julia issued and it is safe to venture t;he Wallheiser, of Bedford, Indiana. Mrs. assertion that nearly all were present George B. Salender was the chaperon, to participate in the pleasures of the and Wolfe's Orchestra, which fur- happy gathering. nished the music, lent inspiration to The following State officers left for the graceful movements of the cou- their homes this week to vote: Judge ples engaging in the evening's pleas- G. B. Swango, Tuesday, for Hazel ures. Besides those mentioned .tho Green, Wolf county; Judge W. H. following ladies and gentlemen were Gardner, State Inspector and Exatm present: Misses Emma Yeager, Nona iner, Thursday, for Elizabethtown; Goodwin, Maggie Parker, Margaret Mr. Henry F. Drincan, Insurance Newman, Josephine Salender, Stella Commissioner, Friday, for Bol'ng McEnnis, Virgie Nelson, Mamie Sow- Green; Mr. Will F. Grayot, Clerk in er, Ella Newhouse and Julia Willis. the Auditor's office, Monday, for Messrs. J. Allen Stout, Luther Crutch Smithland; Col. Frank B. Richardson, er, Robert Oraik, Richard Lynch, J. Assistant Adjutant General, ThursP. Noonan, Gus' Ritchie, George Sal- - j dftV for Christian county; Mr. George ender, Ohas. Day, Oscar Willis, John r. uiiiuiu, vi tun. in luu iiiouiuuuo xu Mr. T. Quinley, M. Oonroy, J. Desmond reau, Friday, for Russollville; Bullock, Clerk in the Land Office. B. O'Connor, Todd Crutcher and R. A. Friday, for Vanceburg; Mr. T. M. Brawner. Goodnight, Clerk in the SuperintendMiss Jennie Morris entertained tho ent of Public Instruction Office, TuesMr. 0. J. Norwood, day, Euchre Club I Statefor Stanford:of Mines, Friday, for Ladies' Afternoon Inspector Thursday. There wore six tables and if Wnaon ln In the game began at 2:30 and concluded Improvement in Dressmaking. at 5 o'clockafter which refreshments were served. Thirteen secured the Within tho last few years ladies' first prize, a beautiful rose vase, dress has been making rapid advancewhich went to Mrs. G. M. Adams, and ment, not only in the complications for the next prize, a fancy basket, used in its construction, bub in the unart of fitting the figure. Mrs. Sam. D. Johnson and Mrs. Wick- less a lady's dress is properly shaped liffe Chapman, both having twelve, and well made, all the beauty that nahad to play a deciding game. It was ture may have bestowed on the figure, is won by Mrs. Chapman. Of the guests. or art given the fabric coveringjt,she considered lost; and the pleasure present there were Mrs. Kate Patton, might have given those surr6unding Mrs. John R. Proctor, Misses Adele her, is thrown away Madame StewDrane, Mary Ely, Kate Sanders, Todd art, late of Cincinnati, has now 319 Main street, and surely Saffell, Rebecca Johnson, of this city, located at of Frankfort should be well theladies and Mary Dudley, of Louisville. The pleased as no other such establishmembers were Mrs. Respess, Mrs. ment as her's can be found outside Dandridge, Mrs. Gober, Mrs. Bennett, of the larger cities Dressmak:ng is of y Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Wylie Mrs. W. J. cultivation an art and requires taste, and judgment. ,and Hendrick, Mrs. Sam. Holmes, Mrs. Madame Stewart is certainly mistress Sam. D. Johnson, Mrs. E. Polk John- of these requirements. son, Mrs. Stape Johnson, Mrs. New-halMrs Chapman and Mrs. Nannie MOST SUCCESSFUL Duvall. Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Fannie Trabue will entertain the club next I To-day, to-da8-- vi a VM w t. l, I! r, Friday afternoon. The autumnal chrysanthemum reception given by Mrs. John W. Head-le- y to her lady friends last evening, from 5 to 8 o'clock, was the most brilliant event of tho season. The residence, with its spacious halls and parlors, so well arranged for the successful management of a large assemblage of friends, was beautifully decorated throughout with autumn leaves and yellow chrysanthemums. Tae refreshment tables in the dining room, beside the decorations mentioned, were festooned with yellow ribbons from the chandeliers, which, with tho elegant table service, artistically set for the occasion, made up an indescribably beautiful scene. Strains of the sweetest, softest music, from a band in the room removed from tho throng of callers, contributed greatly to grace the evening's enjoyment. Mrs. Headley, who wore yellow canton crepe, was assisted in receiving by the following ladies: Mrs. Caswoll Bennett, white brocaded silk, jewel trimmings of sapphires and rubies; Mrs. William Saffell, black lace over lavender flilk, and diamonds; Mrs. E. Polk Johnson, white orope de chine, pearl trimings; Mrs. T. M. Turner, white canton crepe: Mrs. v. v. isxura, ejegqnj; E!E, El T NT And Chronic Disease Specialist In the State. OR.STQCKDALE. The celebrate I Specialist, formerly of New York City, now fiinsultlng Physician ot Southern Medical Institute, of Louisville. Ky will be trtthe CAPITAL HOTEL, Saturday, November 19th, returning every tjur weeks. DIt STOCKDALE Iiiih IimiI )i'arri ot experience In the largest hospitals In the country. Is a graduate or several of the best colleges, and 1hb for a numbel of years made u si eclalty of 'till chronic and surgical diseases Ho treats successfully and does not take the cise unle-i- s u cure can be guaranteed. Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Hinging In Ears, J)o ifness. Dlseusrt of the Ey. Ear, Nose. Throat Lungs. Kidney, Urinary and Hladder Troubles, Ilrlght's Disease, Diabetes. Dyspepslu, Constipation, ithuuuiatlsm and I'aralysls Epilepsy or Fits positively cured. men, suffering from Young or mldil Spermatorrhea, Inipotoncv. Eruptions, the results of errors or excesses, should rail before it Is too lute. We guarantee u cuie It case has not gone too fur. d BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. As SyphlUIs, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., remedies. , cured by never-fullin-g Disease of Women, such us Lucorrhea, Painful Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, Bearing Down Pains In Uack relieved In short time. Tbe Doctor carries nil his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medlcnl and surgical cases. He undertakes no Incurable disease, but cures hundreds given uii to die. Consultation free and conmlentlai. Address ! . i:i BJ. HDQLE , PI. LOUISVILLE, KY. D., ., t Jl i hki fflMm KSSSh &33H BRl wr;-rr- - t u Hudson, HumphriesCassell large BECAUSE wo do a under Merchant Tailoring business, not be the impression that we sell nothing in the ready-mad- e best selected stock of line. We have the largest, re oats . , V r A" r - hev arc ail Wool and of the best manufacture, and we guarantee not to bo undersold. Be sure to look at our Overcoats before you buy. 'J 'V o::rcn MERCH ANT TAILORING j l5fir' &V e " V . k v FURNISHING GOODS and T Pft. We are supplied with the best in the market; In buying from us you can always do so with confidence that you are getting good, reliable goods. Sl Huds on, HumphriesCassell THE WORLD'S FAIR Pleadings Preparing for a Mandamus Against Auditor Norman. x jrm. JAPANESE Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works BUGGIES, HAH2TESS AND FA&M H K. K IV. 4 Hi- t- ir H. fcr & At Inst the World's Fair CommisIs the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy sioners for Kentucky have discovered that the only way to obtain the appropriation of 100,000 is to institute A (iuurunteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind the suit to test the net, which Gov. or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Itccent or i eredltary. Brown, in his veto of the Revenue Remedr has positively never been known to This fall. sent by until prefor it bill and the recall of the Legislature, $1.00 on box, C boxes,price. $5.00;written Guarantee A paid receipt of each purchaser of construed to be of doubtful validity. positively given to one time, to refund tdx boxes, tne $3.00 when purchased at Pleadings were in bourse of preparn pam lr not curea. ituawuiee issued uy J. w. GAYLK GAYLE. tion yesterday for a mandamus gists and HIldLECOMl'TKiV ktort, Ky. CO.. Drut;- Call for Sole Agents. Kran Jan. against Auditor Norman, and if both ' sample. You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in.first-clas-- ; style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 i sides were ready the case was to hnve less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. been henrd by Judge Montfort last Top Drawer. night. Judge W. P. D. Bush and Geo. I M.Davie represented the CommissionLOCAL. SUCCESSORS TO O. R. & CO. ers, and Senator Wm. Gobel and Gov. Fkank Rogers, son of Mr. James Proctor Knott the Auditor. Which- Rogers, of this city, was hurt by the ever way the decision may go the falling of a wall at the World's Fair, Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. case will be appenled nnd tnken up nt Chicago last week. He is consideraonce by the Court of Appenls. bly bruised but not seriously injured. -Though the Commissioners hnve lost ZBTTGrGr-S- T -Mr. David A. Peters, the aucall the time since the last of August. March f to Louisville Wednes when Auditor Norman informed them tioneer, goes thnt ho would not pny the money un- day to assist in selling out the stock at the University. Considering the til the courts settled the question of of a large wholesale bohouse in that reputation and extonsive practice of absent sever- Dr. Roberts, tho appointment, which the validity of the net, they will, city. He expects to al weeks. doubtless, since they have been' carries with it a wide field of experiPastok Retained The members ence in surgery and medicine, is of to institute suit, put no further obstacle in the way of a speedy de- and oillcers of the Baptist Church great importance to a student in the cision involving the issues which the held a meeting Wednesday evening profession. Fire at Mrs. Dr. Green's A tiro case naturally carries with it. It is and voted to retain for another year thought that within two weeks the their present pastor, Rev. W. O. Tay- from a defective flue at tho residence case will have reached a determina lor. The marked ability which Mr. of Mrs. Dr. Green, on Washington tion in the Court of Appeals, and if Taylor's sermons evidence, has won street, on Saturday, destroyed the Calicos, 5 ,favorable to the Commissioners they him numerous admirers in tho city, roof and the water that was necessary a great and successful to extinguish the fire ' almost will have ample time before next who predict 6 May, the date of the opening of the future for, him in the field of his destroyed the rest of tho house especially the plastering. Major G. Good 5 World's Fair, to make a creditable Master. M. Adams and his wife, who were ocHon. Willis L. Ringo, of Ashland, representation of the State. If favor6 1-- 2 able to the Auditor, the responsibility was in the city yetoruay. lie camo cupying a room in the house, sustained carpet. Mrs. to will to Bocure tho law services of Mr. T. L. a light damage losstheir be about $300, of the State's will Green's total rest upon the Governor, and the Com Edolen, who returned with him to i uninsured. Tho dwelling belongs to A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods, Carpets and Cloaks cheap. missioners and the Stato Treasury Ashland, to sue out an injunction tho Diocese of tho Episcopal Church O & O. railroad, which is in Kentucky. have, $100,000 more than it would against the George 0. Watson A letter which unlawfully ontering upon the properotherwise have had. ty of tho Ashland Land and Improve Mr. Howe Watson received from his Nov. 5 am! ment Company now engaged in con- - cousin, Mr. George O. Walson, this Dairymen, stockmen, livery-stablgenmen and horse-ca- r men, unite in say- structing a six mile electric railroad week, announces that tho latter Bucklon's Arnica Salvo, ing that no such horso and cattle to Catlettsburg, parallel with the lino tleman, like all Kentuokians who reng J: liniment as Salvation Oil has ever of tho O. & O. railroad. move to other States, is heading, The best salve in the world for been put upon the market. It should with chances of success, for an office Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Complimentary to Frankfort "he in every Btable and stock yard in in his adopted home in Michigan. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Taught Privately to Adults Only. the land. 25 cte. Dr. Edward Alfred Hensloy, of this He is the Republican nominee for the Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all oity, who is a student at the Medical Legislature in Tuscola county, and Skjn Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaras native this city For Malaria, Liver Trou-1- : University in Louisville, has ofbeen sona of John of Crittenden, and grand anteed to give satisfaction, or money "HOOKS EXAMINED, CONSULTATION CONKI- J. there is no ashonored by tho appointment dentlul suoh word as "fall" in the lexicon of refunded. Price 25 cents per box. E. B.GUION, surgeon on the staff of Dr. his aspirations or 'ability in the per sistant For sale by Phil. Oabpenter. at Capital City Business College, x HOOK'S IKON BI1TERS W. O. Roberts, one of the professors iormance or a trust or duty. Oct. WW CURE IMPLEMENTS i 16-l- " CRUTCHER e. HAVE STCrCriK .xnsrTEJZD. 26-t- ed Ji Li ill OMAN &S0N. BIG BARGAINS: Best Dark cents. Best Indigo Blue Calicos, cents. Brown Cotton, cents. Hope Bleached Cotton, cents. . J J. L. RODMAN & SON. Book-keepi- hmi Cm 1E3:CI3ET. lo,crIndigestionjUso U-3- v .i v. Li Jttx.fuU.. IHIHKr!HfiHMKSH W'vrrs' &' u m tK b' tf ks y K i county pan, $2,115. wa paid to Mr.' K. M. I. Alumni Thos. Hunter. Two more drafts Of A number of tho Kentucky .Military h each will bo paid out Deo Ru at the at Frankfort, Kentucky, a matter. cember 1st and January 1st, which Institute Alumni have written to Col. will close out the year's school fund of D. R. Boyd, Superintendent of tho tfW. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. nearly$l,S00,000. On the draft of Tues- Institute, asking him to open his day Louisville received 35,985 and tho scnool next summer to a of FRANKFORT, NOV. 5, 1802. 4,181. which the Alumni. It is probable that the county of Jefferson This insti after tho last payment on January request will be granted 1st shows that Louisville's portion of tution of learning h is for almost half The Called Session. the total fund wilVbe 170.020, and the a century been sending forth her Legislature adjourned Tuesday at county of Jefforson $22,205 making a young men to many Slates in tho Union, particularly in tho South, noon, after an extra session of sixty total for both of 202,130. for and where a large number lived and nine days. Of the eight bills which Unworthy Vile and became prominent in the buoy walks Gov. Brown recalled the bddy to con" O ns t o rl U bo TreB adapted to children UuU Caatorla cured Colic, Constipation, sider, five were passed, one found all Of consideration are nostrums of which It Is of life or the Confederate army, from I recommend Una superior to any prescription Diarrhoea. S08015"" gives sleep, Eructation, they Kills worms, asserted and there are and promotes dl known to mo." H. A. Archxr, M. D., right, one amended and one not in cure Immediately bodilymany such that long which few returned to sing their love gostlon. ailments of Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. Without Injurious medication. troduced. The five that were passed standing: There are iiuiie such that can and praise of alma matre A were the Attorneys bill, Classification Chronic disorders cannot be Instantaneously however, may bring back wanderers For several years 1 havo recommended "The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to of Cities, Fiscal Court bill, Revenue re mined. Continuity In the use of a genuine whose names now illustrious were it- - Few are the do so as it has invariably produced beneficial ns Hostetter's of supererogation to endorse Hitters bill and Corporation bill. The two medicine, suchchronic physical Stomach Not the written on tho rolls so m.iny years intelligent families who do not keep C&storia results." will eradlcite evils. within easy reach." Edwin F. Pardmb, M. D., ' last mentioned are in the Governor's least nf these last In the force ol Its opposition ago that neither ink nor tho friendCxnLos Harttn, D.D., "Tho Wlnthrop," 185th Street and 7th Are., New York City. hands and not signed yet, but it is to medicine to constipation, to 'ho retnuwtl ship of the survivors of their classes New York City, which, if persisted in, tho Bitters Is parLot Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church. said that he will sign the Revenue of ticularly adapted Constriction or the bo.uds could keep them from passing out of Is a complaint uhlcn should be dealt witli mind. A local rrraduate of tho ante bill and veto the Corporation bill. So are Its usual einy and ys:ematlcal. Tin Ckttaur Cokfaxt, 77 Hubkat Strict. New Tour. dyspt-pu. bellum period recalled Gen. H. V. The Judicial Districting bill was attendants, liver coinplilnt and rheumatism, kluny Boynton, For these, for malaria the distinguished newsthe one found all right, the bill not trouble, and more recontl "la grippe," this professionally commended introduced was the World's Fair highlyis and undoubted speclllc. Nothtiu meitl-c- l paper correspondent at Washington e an can xceed Appropriation, and bill amended was &truigth It, moieover, ns a mans of Imparting City, Gen. C. 0. Walcutt, of Fel. to the feeble and nervous. Columbus. Ohio, and a prominent the Election bill, the amendment politician of that State, Capt. John consisting of nothing but tho State Crop Report. privilege of using a black pencil to H. Weller, Clerk of the Louisville write the name in the ballot of any Ohancery Court and Dr. Wm. h State Agricultural Commissioner other person to bo voted for McDowell, in his monthly crop report Bailey, an eminent physician of than the the one printed. The issued Tuesday, says substantially Louisville, besides Gen. D. W. Lind rj 1S91. original Election bill was held to be that tho drouerht has been widesrjread sey, Mr. John B. Lindsey and Dr. W. valid and the Senate refused to pass and farmers have been hauling water H. Averill, of this city, and numerSoutheast comer Main and St. Clair streets, another. to drink; that grasses are entirely ous others less successful in their The cost of the called session is as dried up and farmers feeding their life vocations Of the clasies since follows: stock as in the winter. An average tho war, Capt. R. II. Wildberger, of ihos. h. hord, President; E. B. Guiorf, Principal, E. H.Elliott'- acreage of wheat was sown despite Memphis, Mr. Bisco Hindman, of SENATE. Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary Wheeling, Mr. W. M. Kavanaugh.' the days, & $10 $690 00 the present low prices, and many reSpeaker per diem 13.110 00 ported they had to sow tho grain in business manager of the Gazette, in f? " 5 Members SH, " Business writing;, Shoithand, Business Correspondence ' " 1.101.00 2, (i. 8 Clerks the dust. Tobacco has been cut and LittlqRock, Arkansas, and Mr. Jero Book-keepin) Sergt. Anns. Typewriting, Commercinl Law, " 1.330 00 housed in good order and fine color South, of Baxter county, Arkansas, i7 roll. ClkDoor- Arithmetic, keeper,Janitor,4J PpelJinjr, eti; amniar, and is curing well. The weather, who has been twice elected to the Cloak Room Keep-- ) 2 SC5.00 however, has been more favorable to Legislature and is now a candidate rtigniscnoorrom September to June, the backward pupils encouraged. t.a " ft otuUDUbl tiuuueii. PWnniiniea. Cat .I......, I.. press. Application made tor Incorporation ) and 5 pages 7 W e hMVe the bet hnnip schrull nf tobacco than the light. The for the speakership with many uslness lii the State of Kentucky. " f? 2.50 172.50 dark Porter crop of corn will not be large and chances in his favor, are believed to 1 550.00 n Stationery. be the most prominent, but there si 1.M0.95 the quality will fall below the averMileage BRED, SOON 3 Newspapers for 45 persons ) 3!j0.88 age. Hemp, on account of the may bo others whose names, if they ) 4 cent , 63 days ff drought, is very short and the condi could be recollected, are equally deS21.021.23. tion as compared Total with last year only serving of recognition in the list. HOUSE. 50 per cent. The yield of Irish poDeath of Sadie Scanlan. r? SG30.00 tatoes is only fair. Hay is good and $10 Speaker, per diem G9 da: s S shows and average of one and one-ha" 31.155.00 a Jfembers 90, ' public who saw The theatre-lovintons to the acre. 8 1,104 00 CIerksl2, a ". " v Sadie Scanlan, the bright and winEnroll. Clk., Sgt. 6 O 1.3K1.C0 some soubrette, in Norah Machree Qv&olsly The Story of an Almanac. Janitors at the Opera House in this city, on 27G 00 H 4 Back Capital eper" House-Cleanin- g Asst. ) Time not only hallows past events the night of October 19th, will be " 1.518.(0 f? 2 Cloak A. 9 agesJuly2-ly- . pained to learn of her sudden death - messengers, and memories but it makes valuable d2.501 172.50 many things which in their day were in New York City on Monday evening. Porter . 0: 2,190.00 deemed too trivial for preservation. The wires give a very pathetic acStationery OR Mileage 4.231.35 Files of newspapers and sets- - of count of the event. 3 newspapers for 106 persons? rM Miss Scanlan, who in private life is periodicals and magazines, for in) fM.cents,69days TMIK t'lUM UY T IE LATE CAPT. stance, increase in value with the known as Mrs. Georgie Brennan, had dtele, lynron tiajfiitulivrlvjr. j . . . $40,594.53 Total 6el0W Fr.MKfurt. Tills nronfirti-'liri- i a ir nl accumulation of the years, and a been confined to her bed with a dwelling of Sij en rojun;.UI klulsot oubJttd-lus- ; SUMMARY. scrap book of well selected and severe cold since Thursday of last 2 jutviiHtit hous'ssd tobicco bir s; Is well watered and has one of tn bjst lauding on the S21.024.23 classified verse and prose is a treasweek. Her husband, an actor in her Senate river. A irte pjrtlon of tiaj land u b jii In 46,591.53 House company, had been with her and just D. E. C. West's Nerve and Bhain gras tor many u conil.le in which few can resist the dea mnmnteed speclttc for Hjsterla, Dizzi- hrtwt ii'w. an i in fein,I'liiidttlon note mi xof It 2,000.00 ure Printing both houses n for ness, Convulsion, lights of frequent reviews. But in left her bedside to step into an udjoin. HeatUcIie. Nervous Kits, Nervous Neuralgia, wMbesoldasn who i c or divided Into to!ni. ai. It expenses Contingent two 100.0 Prostration caused by the room. While in the room he of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness. .Mental use Possession sfivou oj, the 1st of next March. trM". For these days of wagon loads of adver- ing DeS70,r:ia76 irruts aupiv 10 Total L. U.M UtSilALI., pression, In Intising matter sent broad cast over heard his wife, who had a remarkably sanity andSoftening of the Brain resulting death. Saut. j am. Frankfort. Ky. loading to misery, dec iy and Premature Old Age, Barreness, Poner the land, and when every drug store sweet voice, as the audience in this In either sex, Involuntary Loskes Loss ofSperma- WML The Eve of the Election. and has enough of it to distribute great city at her performance hero will re- torrhoea caused by overexertion of t'io brain, or ach box contains Before the next issue of the Round quantities annually to each customer, member, singing sofcly to herself tho one mouth's treatment. $1.00 i a box. or six boxes W familiar hymn, 'Nearer My God to for $5 00, sent by mall prepaldon receipt of price. about the momentous question of who would .dream that there could who shall be the next President of ever be a time when a 'file of alma- Thee." The last note softened and WE GDARANTEE SIX BOXES. RBAZ, JSSTATB AGENT. tho United States will have been de- nacs would either become valuable died away and was succeeded by a To niu orderreceHed to anybody. Such a 'strange rattle which caused Mr. for cureboxes,case. With eachwith SO. 00, we by us miLL PRACTICE m THE C0UBT8 Of cided. The Prohibition and People's or interesting six accompanied will ranl,n RnI the adjoining purchaser our written give to reparty, of course, are not in tho race, time, however, did really happen and Brennan to hurry to his wife's side send tho money If the treatment guarantee effect will alo of ipclal attention to countlei, the purchaiS fund the does not and ule real estate, collection of eiim. She was dead ere he could roach her. a curn. Ou irantees Issued only by THE Lk-- and " AfMltlBtfAM A 1m. and the choice, as everyone knows, is Dr. W. II. Averill's wise forethought MF TE UAYLE CO., mid J. W. (fAYLE, The deceased was born in Hartford, Frankfort, &Ky. Inn Suit a period between Grover Cleveland, for the in keeping his almanacs for Democratic, party and Benjamin Har- of more than twelve years was the Connecticut, in 1867. Her brother, rison, for the Republican party. The means not long ago of establishing William Scanlan, a once popular issues between these two parties are a most important fact in a murder) Irish comedian, is an inmate of a great and tho result of the contest trial argued before tho Court of lunatic asylum. We will pay the above reward for any case ot Dyspepsia, Sick Ueadache, Inmost uncertain, but to the credit of Appeals. Tho attorneys for tho conExcurnion to Louisville. digestion, Constipation, on'ostlveness we cannot cuiiMVitli West's Vtcemblo Liver I'llls. uhen tlin the contending sides and the glory of demned man wore relying in their m 46k !fl n R B0B FBI BM m M directions are strict!) compiled with. They nre institutions of a free country, defense upon a point not thought of Messrs. Kleinhans & Simonson, of tlurely Vegetable, and never lull to give satlsfac- tho l'on. buw.tr coated. Large boxes, containing a where the people rule and tho in the trial proceedings, of disprov- the Mammoth Shoe and Clothing pills, 25 cents. Bmv,irof counterfeits mid lml i manufactured only by officials, reversing the monarchical ing the testimony of a witness who Company.of Louisville, with corn- - tatlons. TueC.genuine C UIP.INY, THE JOHN' WhST CHH5ACO. form of government, are merely tho sworo that the moon was shining, mendable enterprise, have arranged ILL. Korsaleby all druggls'. OURES N0T3!N0 00T iPSLES. servants of the people, tho campaign bright enough for him to recognize for a cheap excursion train on the MANHOOD RESTORED. Years had elapsed railroad and river routes to Louiswill close without a word of scandal the murderer. CURE "GANAT1VO," tbe A. SURE and CERTAIN or personal invectives and with much since the crinje was commitied and a ville for Saturday, Nov. 12th. The Wonderful Simnleh known for IS years as tho BEST ltemedy, oold with a REMEDY FOR PILES. reciprocal courtesy and recognition search for an almanac was about to round trip rate from this city will be Written Quorantao Frtptrtd IjItlCiUltDBON.TAYLOBMKD. CO., BT.LOUIH, to euro all Meivous Diseases, such us Week of each leader's honesty and ability be abandoned as a fruitless task, 1.50 and an extra inducement offered Memory, Loss of Bmln that speaks volumes for tho courage when the attorneys, in passing Dr. excursionists is a complimentary l'oyor, Headache, WcUcr ulncto, Loot Manand patriotism of an applauding Averill's drugstore, placed their last ticket to tho Lillian Russell matinee hood, Nervousness, Lasnation. Let the result bo as it may, chance upon a request of i.:, at the Auditorium on tho day of the BoforoA After Use. situde, all drains and losj of power of tlio iinii In Grncratlvo Photographed from life. the people, in their expressed majori- Their delight in finding that excursion. Tickets will not be for - youthful IndUcretlons.or thoOicans by t.mJ cither ocx, caused oiccslvo em- - salo at the stations but must be pur- overexertion, ty at the polls on next Tuesday, will he had the almanac was doubly 3suoriouacco, opium, or eiltruituiM, which Ultimately lrmlto Infirmity, and Insanity. still rule and the minority, though phasized when they discovered that chased direct from Kleinhans & lu convenient formCoununititlnn tliovist inkit. Put up to carry In 1'iko bo nevertheless ready it furnished indisputable proof that Simonson, 421 west Market 'street, tl n rmknire, or 0 for 85. With evciy f."onleronlvoa disappointed, wrltton Runronteo to ouro or rofiinci tho Circular tnonor. acut the night of the crime was in the Louisville. The train will go down in laln envelope.by mail to any address. Adiliees, free and willing to sing: Mention this panel. dark of the moon. The case was in the morning and on the return MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Ilraiich Office for U. S. A. Our country, 'tis of thee, reversed and perhaps an innocent trip leave Louisville 35J Dearborn 8trect, CHICAGO, ILL. Sweet land of liberty, about 7:30 life saved by an almanac, man's Of thpolslnc: ' FOR SALE IN FRANKPORT, KY., BY which during the year of its date is o'clock that evening. This will not Land where my tat hers died, ordinarily nelu ot too little value to only afford the people of this city an ft. CARPENTER, Druflfllsl Laud of the pilgrims' prUe, bo even kept at homo a month. opportunity to do their shopping or From every mountain-sidSlclcj. Let freedom ring. make a brief visit to their friends or August Guaranteed Cure. but also relatives in Louisville ,1 J The Second. School Draft. enable them to enjoy a performance Wo authorize our advertised drugby one of the most popular opera gist to sell Dr. King's New DisRESIDENCE PROPERTY Another large check on the State covery for Consumption, Coughs, and comique companies in the Unitod THE LAROE Hunt, lately occupied by Gen.OF P, n. P. W. Hardin, situated tit the south end of Shelby was paid out to tho County Colds, upon this condition". 'If .you States. Treasury street, South Krankfoit. There tire 25 ncres in I T tVIMF I I BS A BV. School Superintendents Tuesday. It are afilicted with a Cough, Cold or the place, all In grass except the garden. M. Ml O. N. Bogors, Splendid location for a dairy. StGmiC 3 I for 351,803, or one fifth of tho any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, called KRANK CH1NN. and will use this remedy as directed, CTREET. total school fund, which, with tho giving it a fair trial, and experience Of Adams, N. Y ate nothing but dry FiuNjcroiiT, Sept. 21, 1892,-tof October, amounting to nearly no benefit, you may return tho bottle bread for three years on account of check have your money refunded. that torriblo disease Dyspepsia. Ho 1,051,803 which the and $700,000, makes We could already distributed to her not know not make this offer did we states that he was entirely cured by State has that Dr. King's New DisHousehold Tea and can AS common school teachers for this covery could be relied on. It novo Dr, Hale'B anything. Tins greatost TAKEN UPlivingA STRAY RY Cl H. JDLUN. A now eat about eight mllei from Frankservices. The city of Frank- disappoints. year's Trial bottles free at medicine known is sold at 25 and 50 fort, ono black sow, with crop off of left ear, xlHMCjUMBHHRnflNMHHHMHHflHHHKHlHVvicni ' which him been valued by the undersigned at fort did not call for her portion either Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. cents per package at Oabpenter's eight dollars. J. W, BOIIANNAN, 2 Largo size 50o. and $1,00. 2 drug store. ' Oct. 7, J. P.F.C. for October or this month, but the hwlMFORT 1 pont-offlce ROUNDABOUT, Re-Unio- n. one-fift- re-uni- Infants Children. n, s m : ex-May- or 13-l- y. Aa ji$ rii Capital City Business College. .it& &igu )i M KM EST-BlLjISESE- PTK GO - En-"- g, ti G 'if cr,Mill-messeni;erV- " - .,.... WELL " WED." GIRLS WHO USE lf g APOUO -1 ' A l:tX s, Door-Keepe- r, Ara Cloak-roo- - Married. IText Try It In Your SALE. m m o- -7 , St 1 Theat-mem- t, self-abu- se CROMWELL, EY-AT-LA- e, ATTORN . O $500 Reward! TABLER'SDIIC yiisiir l vi OH ooimcir Tira i ifsrn m i IG-l- 1 I f e 13-l- South R!.W Hi) Aiercb&ni: rr-r- '' f. ', fffl Estray Notice. 1892-l- I n imafliBg 5"4?&J MASTIN Agents For ? C3-XJ- T mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwONmmmmmw$' COLTS, p 111 the World For the Money! JWWi wMthM PARKER a ud L C. SMITH C3-"C- X Loaded Shells, Shutz $$ 1 NS C. and Bl ack Powder. - ' mm f HORSE BLANKETS and BUGGY ROBES TIME TABLE. The folo.ving time table is now efleot upon the L. N. rond: j h- -, t in i TBAINB WEST. No.231eavoBFrnnkfoit No. 17 leaves Frankfort No. 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 loaves Frankfort TliAINSEAST. 6:50 9:40 3:00 7:38 a. m p. m ' a. m p.m. No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... 10:10 a. m. 4:36 p. m. No. 20 leaveB Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... 7.48 p. jn. 0:15 p. m. No. 22 leaveB Frankfort Nos. 2a, 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Cincinnati. N03. 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch. W. W. Alexander Agent. FKANKFOfiT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT, NOV. 5, 1892. I Matrimonial. Horace Harris Thompson, colored, were and Mag granted license to marry on Monday. Balke-Troiitma- n Mr. R. E. Balke and Miss Lily Troutman, who has often visited this city, were united in marriage at the Gait House, is Louisville, Wednesday. Goin-Je- tt On Monday evening, at eight o'clock, at the home of the bride's parents, at' Jetts. Mr. Nowbold Goin, son of Mr.Sanford Goin, jr., and Miss Miram Jett, daughter of Mr. "Wm. Jett, were united in marriage, Eev. P. M. MoGuin, of Versailles, Harris-Thompso- n n age and in cms city, where he lived for many years. Bohannan Miss Mamie, the eldest daughter of Esquire John W. Bohannan, died of consumption Sunday at her parents' residence on the South Side. The deceased was Seventeen years of age, of a lovable disposition, which drew to her at large circle of friends, and a consistent member of the Methodist Church. The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon from I the family residence. Mr. Henry Orutoher died at his homo in Peytona, Shelby county, Wednesday. Mr. Orutcher was formerly a resident of this county until about two years ago, when ho sold his farm on the Midland railroad, two miles from the city, to Mr. Silas Mason and others. He was a son of Dr. W. L. Orutcher, deceased, and about fifty years of age. Besides his wife, who was the oldest daughter of Mr. Pago, deceased, the prosperous tobacco warehouseman of Louisville, and four sons and a daughter, he leaves three brothers, Dr. VV. Lee of this county, and Orutcher, Mr. M. L. Orutcher, of this city and Mr. Watkin Orutcher. The funer-a- l took place at the Christian Church Thursday morning and the body was laid to rest in the cemetery m in thiB city. well-know" Religious. We would he greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ot churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made.! i JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Have Removed From the Bafzell Building ON MAIN STEET, TO lor, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 o'clock, and at 7:00 p. m., as usual. Baptist Church Rev. W. O. Tay- Episcopal Church Ponick, the rector, morning his pulpit 11 o'clock and in the evening at at 7:00. Rev. E. A. will occupy 101 AND 102 ANN STREET, BasEmEnt nf the Capital Hotel. BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a short time. Rev. J. McOlusky Blayney. D D., the pastor, will occupy his pulpit First Presbyterian Church morning at 11 and at -- 7:00 p. m. mm . Furniture mainni co. Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his Southern Presbyterian Church 7 morning at 11 o'clock and p. m. At 3 o'clock p. m, Mr. Neville will preach to the children.' All the children of the city are invited. pulpit Have opened Sale Booms on. Ann Street, near Christian Church. Uathuliu Church The usual services at the Ohurch of the Good fllcialjing. , The ment of Mr. Jl N. MoDonald. of Cincinnati, to Miss Laura Kearns, daughter, of Dr. Charles Kearns, of MoDonald-Kearn- s - engage- , "Ms! Us? If $ w Miss Covington, is announced. has often visited this city and Kearns has a largo number of admirers here who will be surprised to learn of the early prospect of her marriage. Colored GouriiES The colored poulation must have been testing the sincerity of their love affairs Halloween night, for the marriages this weok;nre almost exclusively colored. Tuesday and Wednesday County Clerk Smith granted the following couples license to marry, viz: Robert Riley and Lucy Roberson, Dennis Kentucky Midland Railway Co's. Rev. W. S. Giltnor, of Eminence, Shareholders meeting. and Harriet Thompson and Robinson will preach at the Christian Church Ohnrles P. Howard and Rosa MetMill this evening at 7 "Pnrnnnn-- tn t.hfi nroviaions of the in Peak's o'clock-ancalfe. morning at 11 charter the annual meeting of the Kentucky Mid- o'clook. All are invited to attend. shareholders of the There is a Best land Railway Company will be held for the election of a board of direcKev. Paul Schonke, Gorman Luther-an- , such In everything. In Ointments Dr. tors, and for the transaction ofbefore laidl of Lexington, will conduct a serHale's Household Ointment stands at other business as may bo on Wednesmore won- them, at 11 o'clock, a. in., vice in the Gorman language at the the head. It is effecting in derful cures and giving greater satis- day, November 9th, 1892, city the Southern Presbyterian Ohurch on of faction than any other remedy in the Council Chamber, in the Monday evening at 7 o'clock. of world. For cuts, bruises, burns, Frankfort, Ky. By orderLindsay Wm. apvains, frostbite, chilblains, chapped President. How's ThisP A.H.McClure, hands and lips, eczema, salt rheum, Secretary. piles, &c, it has no equal. We claim great things for it and guarantee what We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewe claim. It is the groat pain and "Worth Knowing. ward for any case of Catarrh that skin cure. Put up in 25 and 50c. Many thousand people have found can not be cured by taking Hall's boxes. Large sizb cheapest. For Catarrh Cure. a friend in Aunt Fanny's Hoalth Re- F. J. OHENEY& Co., Props., Toledo, O. sale by Phil. Carpenter, druggist. storer. 2 known tho undersigned, If you have never used this great F. We,Cheney for the last have 15 years, and J. speoiflo for the prevailing malady of believe him perfectly honorable in Deaths. the ago, Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint, all business transactions, and finanCostivonoss, Nervous, daughter Rhenmatism, Nervous Prostration, cially able to carry out any obligWells A Exhaustion, of Mr. J. P. Wells, who lives near the Sleeplessness and all diseases arising ation made by tho firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Spring Hill Distillery, died Wednes-day- . from derangement of the stomach, Toledo, Ohio. liver and kidneys, we would bo Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholeploasqd to give you a package of thiB sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. notice great nerve tonic free of charge. 5-t- f. will be conShepherd by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, ducted . -- -. GALL SEE the pastor. Do You Know High mass at 8 a. m., low mass at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:00 p. m. That a large percentage of deaths in this country are caused by consumption and lung trouble? A little cold Methodist Church Rev. H. G. neglected in the beginning often ter- Henderson, the pastor, will preach toEvery in consumption. minates time you cough you increase morrow morning at 11 o'clock and ALL the trouble, and an inflammation is in the evening at 7 o'clock. which iB difficult to soon started, Sunday-schoo- l at 9:30 a. ml control. There is one remedy that The Epworth League meets in cures quickly every kind of cough. That is Dr. Hale's Household Cough the evening at 0:30 in the class room. Cure. It is the best. Are you not ontitled, to the best? For sale at 25 OHURCtt Tho usual OHitiDi'iAK and 50o. a bottle at Carpenter's drug services by the pastor, Rev. George Consumption Cured. 2 store. "I of at 11 and 7:15t4,as sold. bellmen to be one two the best medicines Darsie, The pluMclans, years ago. snldiujr consumption, both lungs affected. I usual. Morning subject, "This Way;" wife hmr to send For Reut. h have bad forseteral springs to keep her alive, but since she has been taking night subject, "The World's Great Radam's Microbe Killer she has been right at The place formerly owned by Dr. Magnet." home attending to her business, and Is In better on Gross Street. The W. H. Hall, health than she has been In 20 years. The Young People's Society of) "It. T. POOLE, Cedartonn. Gu." house contains Ave rooms and Large yard and garden, Christian Eudeavor will hold its kitchen. Several Diseases Cured. with good stable and water on prom- weekly prayer meeting in the E. E. ises. For terms apply to Dr. "I cheerfully testify to tho curative powers ot your medicine. Having been a sufferer from Lecture Room at 6:35. Hume. weak lungs, bronchial affection and indigestion, m ID HHD GET PUCES. CURES H. G. MATTEHU, -- Ti-a:: Bl DISEASES mil ITllttl, KY. 334 MAIN STREET. FRANKFORT, her.-out- RoVt. S. Franklin n-iy. Frankfort, Ky. BKSTISQtULRT tTOSTIXQUASTITT. after taking Microbe Killer all of tho above sjmtoms have entirely disappeared. "Yours, etc.. "Jaultor . T110S. L. DAVIS, Howard Memorial Library. "New Orleans, La." WORMS! LITE'S CREAM Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. d Asthma and Catarrh Cured. "I huvo been a sufferer from asthma and catarrh, for jnore than two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting up In bed or reclining In a chair. I have used one Jug ot Microbe Killer, and for the lust three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a I attribute my relief to the remedy, and child. heartily recommend It to any one suffering from asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. "Respectfully, "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvllle. Ga." "EDWIN R. MOORE, FOR 20 YEARS ERMJFME 7-- td Fever aud Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after taking Microbe Killer for lllteen days lam entirely cured, after being sick two years with malarial fever, and during which time I contracted other diseases, (lux. etc. I was atended during this time by three ot t lie best doctors of the city without being bene-tltte"WM.DOHERTY, "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." tttfuiibj EIC1URDS05.TATLOB MD. ,SOLD EVERYWHERE. CO,, BT.MCIS. Nurseries ! FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUEGRASS 3Ir. lindanes Microbe Killer Cures all Diseases by Kcmotlug tho Causo. circular nnd the Send 2 cents stamp for Mlcrobo War. shows what disease Is and.what the remedy must be, nnd do, to cure it. Read it, circulate It and you will the discoverer for saving jour life. Address RADAM'S MICROBE KILLRlt. Nashville, Tenn. J, W. GAYLE or LkCOMPTE & GAYLE CO. solo agents for Franklin county. two-yoar-o- ld I rm ria r? get. SS)!e3,iP OF ALL KINDS. ASI'AKAOUS, funeral Chapman & Williams. 45 Joseph Schroff was received on Monday which announced the Bank Stook for Sale. death of Alois Wallaschqk, who died Oot. 10 in a suburban town, four Elovon shares in city banks, in lots The to suit purchasers. Apply at this miles from Vlenia, Austria. years of office. doceasod was seventy-fou- r Wallabohek A by Mr. Hall's Oatarrh Cure-i- taken intor-nallacting directly upen the blood and mucous surfaces of the systom. Price, 75o. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. s y, Jan, 16-l- UNIVERSITYofVIRGINIA CIIARLOTTHV1LLE, VA. Next session begins 15th Sent.. Courses In Art. Engineering, Law, Medicines. For announce- Vines, and evevytlilug usually found In such an establishment. A full stock. Prices Low. wo pay no ugents. Descriptive catalogues on uppllcntlou, SMAIJj FllUlTS, GltAPB j LEXINGTON, um n nc.u.tu.vr;u wjivnc.-rirrj- 'o l v X.r K ' .Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. ment uuply to WM. M. THORNTON, LL D., Chairman. iiL?Jii.-- aJ yiihJii. ikitu'v: mm t i Ena FRUIT ' CANS, , FRUIT JARS, i JELLY LASSES, 4. . .1 Procelian Kettles, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers u At reduced prices. 5 Examine prices on Tinware, Ten quart bucket One quart coffee pot Two quart coffee-po- t v One quart bucket T... mioft- Kimlof ihu ijuaii uu.nv.L - cents. Three quart bucket Four quart bucket Six ,quart bucket Eight quart bucket 10 10 ' j C ...... t .'...; ,..-'".- ' " .; . t.ut . ' ... .' . 25' 5 .'V., . . '5 . I Three quart Four quart coffee-po- t coffee-po- , . 20 ....;:..' . ......... . . . '. ., . .'.-'- . .,,...;,. 10 10 15 0ELOESIjij.Z3Xr jomA TRIBUTE OF PRAISE Four qt., 3CC.; 6 qt., 40c; S qt., 50 c; 10 qt., 55 - And Handsome Remembrance for Both Judge Montfort and Attorney John Gaunt. The new judicial district bill havs ing superseded Judge Warren the judge of this Circuit Court, and Mr. John S. Gaunt as the Commonwealth's Attorney for the die trict, the mem'bers of the Frankfort bar, who have had a long and pleasant association of more than six years with these retiring oillcers, assem- Mont-forfca- uUrl !.. Ln nniiw.i'nftm TM, n part n v nf-- legal ability, a clear insight into the law and justice of the cases, which is not excelled by any judge in this We feel, grand old Commonwealth. sir, that we owe it to you to express uui eauiimiu ui juui tuiuai; ujiu your preeminent ability as an accurate and Impartial judge. In addition to this our social relation with you has been of the most Tni-inn-" itloocnnt. olinrnntoi vnnr among us we naei periodical visits enjoyeu your uuiiipniiy unu your has ever been genial and polite, and in the hottest contests we have hadin your presence, you- - have n ., Invnrlnhlv .............. ....... ...V. mntnrnlnprl .. onlm. nlons- ant ana courieous aignu,y,inai is ine peculiar faculty of an able and dis- or t c; 12 ....-..- RSESRVIIXTGiV KLBTTLES. 14 ' qt.. 5oc; Work solicited and satisfaction qt., 63c; 16 cjt.. 75c; 18 qt.. 85c; 20 qt., Si. 00; 24 qt., $1.25. Roofing. Guttering and Job I .Hv- r?', ever brought to Frankfort. OJives, Olive fefJilJW Q58'inPOI4IlOO W Oil, French Peas, Mushrooms, Asparagus, J yj Uuu! lUu Truffles, &e., in a;lass and tin; (New Edam, Pineapple and Cream Cheese, California Evaporated Fruits, New Oat of the choicest and most complete & lines of " - ON' MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, out Jly m it Meal, jcearl Barley, &c. w CALL AND SEE OUR GOODS WHETHER YOU PURCHASE OR NOT terooon, after the final adjournnient of the court, to give suitable expression to the severance of their relations. Judge George Drane was call ed to the chair, and Mr. W. H. Posey named as Secretary. A committee consisting of Mr. J. A. Violett and Judge Ira Julian was then appointed to draft appropriate resolutions for the occasion, and while these were in course of prepa-tion Hio nnpmnt We'are loth to Hines and Mr. Thos. G. Poore, was appointed to bring Judge Montfort and Mr. Gaunt into the court-room- . Both tasks having been performed, Mr. Violett reported the following resolution, Avhich was unanimously adopted, viz: 'Inasmuch as Judge Warren Mont-fort'last term of the Franklin Cirwe, the memcuit Court closes to bers of the Frankfort bar, desire for express oar respect and esteem Judge Montfort. s to-da- y, another committee, consisting Mr. John B. Lindsey, Judge T. H. of ionable, he wins personal friendship bv social contact, while his service on the bench has demonstrated his superior talents as a lawyer and capable judgo. "After our long and pleasant association with Judge Montfort we now sincerely regret that our connection with him ceases under the ntew judiof the State." cial This was followed by the reading of the resolution in regard to Mr. Gaunt, which was also unanimously 'Genial, kind-hearte- d and compan- adopted, viz: "This being the closing day of the last term of the FranklinS. Circuit Gaunt, Court at which Hon. John will offCommonwealth's Attorney, iciate, the members of the Frankfort respect and bar desire to testify our both personkindly esteem for him, ally and officially. 'Always courteous and gentlemanly in his demeanor, he has made us a faithful, efficient and able public official, and we part with him with re-gret- ." that you shall no longer preside over this court. We will watch over your future career with interest and feel assured we can predict that the evening of your life will be crowned Top Drawer. with brilliant successes and unalloyed happiness. We cannot allow you to separate GENERAL. from us without civintr vou some Ormonde This celebrated English ofirfonnn nf r,i rrilnirn t vnn nft n judge, and our affection for you a1 a thoroughbred stillion was bought by gentleman anu meraiorj, on uuiiiiu ui J. W. McDonough, of California, for my brother members of this bar, I 150,0C0 this week. He was the winhave the honor and the pleasure of, ner of the Derby in 1888 and is now presenting to you the tokens of friendship and affection that you owned at Buenos Ayers, South Ahier-icnow see before you, hoping that they and will be brought to California will be a continual reminder of the to be placed in McDbnough's stud. profound respect, the sincere admiration and the endearing recollections Murder op Mrs. Wing Albert cnao me r raiiKioru oar Bnan ever Wing stabbed his wife iua house of cherish for you. I also present to you on behalf of a friend, who ad- prostitution in Louisville Tuesday mires your ability as a judge and) night, from which she died almost n your constancy as a friend, this stantly. Wing is a son of Sam'l. M. token of regard as an evidence of; Wing, of Owensboro, and brother"- - of his kindly feeling for j'ou. Hon. Rumsey Wing, United Minister The testimonial alluded to by Mr. to Ecuador under President Grant. Rodman was the handsomest set of. Albert Wing killed Joseph Glenn in silver table-war- e that could be pro-- 1 St. Louis and wassenfcto the penitencured. There were a dozen silver tiary and pardoned before his term knives and forks, a dozen dessert expired. Mrs. Wing was a daughter spoons and a splendid carving set. of Judge Charles Eaves, of GreenAdded to the present of the bar, was ville, Ky. Col. R. P. Pepper's individual token of esteem, consisting of a butter In Olden Times salad knife and a massive, gold-linesnoon. County Attorney u. t jonn- - People overlooked the importance of son, in behalf of the bar, theji in a permanently beneficial eHects and neat and nappy aaaress, presented) were satisfied with transient action, .. .. ", 1r. 11 wiiu iur. uuuiit ...III. mi cioniiuu kji" but now that it is generally known walking stick. Both re- that Syrup of Figs will permanently mounted cipients were taken by surprise and cure habitual constipation, well inbarely recovered sufficiently to' return formed people will not buy other their acknowledgments. Their brok-- ; laxatives, which asfc for a time, but en, faltering sentences, however, were finally injuro the system. more sincere and eloquent than the most harmonious periods could ever If you want a bargain in men's, hnvR sounded in a carefully con-- bovs'. childrons' suits and overcoats call at Ed. Harris' old stand. strueted address. i a, j ) ' d, rf ni'imtj) uarfc with vou. but hat) imveot J. HEENEY, The South Side Grocer. Tin VJAJ 1. WARD CLAASSEN J PIK-A.OI'Xa.A.ILr Plumber, GassiSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Gas fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets, , PIPE AND FTTTrNQS, ETC STRICT ATTENTION. GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT. WORK. AliL WORK GUARANTEED. FRANK-FORTKENTUCKY, Opposite State House. second-han- d 42-t- f. Surreys, Pheatons and Buggies that they offer cheap. , Mastin Bros, have some splendid Bargains. LHUtlMUIULII! Xbe asJek an direct root from John Driscoll, the liquor merchant, 217 Broadway street, has tho finest brands of whiskies in the city. 6-- UOISM TO lOMiSlS 1ID bum TEKiS! Oba handled and fifty , SHORTEST TO LITTLE BOOK, And Um only xwrta A$ffla 4. I tfJpfflQ f Without Change of Cars. If Ton are geing to emigrate to W " un i- -. ,(i t--! 1 .OTT'.&ttKIBl ami Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth. Austin, Houstin, This U the j CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE. ' Ko chance or cara to 1 I -- tf. MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. h'l judicial district. oia You have ior mo with skill and ability, presided over uta nmift. tinrl findeared vourself to mnnv nf nH hv the warmest ties of Ah a nublio ser- ,.n.,ini done all that the font, vnn have could inquire. strictest disposed of all of the busiYou have that ness of this court Ct. was possible . T i vw.. n to oe aone. i, on, l.nm finftn ., at this bar tor over practlcioner years and I can say to the twenty-sisatisfaction of the bar and to your credit that, there are fewer cases upon than there has the docket eVer been at any time during the last quarter of a century. And in representing this bar, I believe I voice its sentiment when I say that you have discharged your duties courageously, fearlessly 'and honestly, and with a Mr. John W. Rodman then arose and addressing Judge Montfort, said: Judge Montfort: I have been seFrank lected bv the members of the UUtV. a ly. Vinv rn nprfnvm a double pleaspart of which is exceedinglyunpleasand the other painfully ant esteem ant. One is to express ouraffection for vou as a Judge and our '..., na n rrAnrlnmnn: the other to nnnrmnfR t.n vou that the time has . nwU?rl tnr n RfiVerflllCO of vour winHnn with us as Judce of this it jioi task-mast- er , x to-da- y Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels though the medicine of the the nerves. A now discovery. Dr. century. Its phenominal success as Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, a seller and favorite with the people bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa- is tho acknowledged wonder of tho tion. Splendid for men, women and medicine world. Based upon the children. Smallest, mildest, sureBt. Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at modern, and at once popular, comy J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. . mending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by Give tho Roundabout Credit. its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Werve Tonic and Blood is without doubt State is welcome Purifier. It germ destroyer in the The press of the most reliable to copy as much as it pleases from and to the extent that the the Roundabout, but the editors germ theory is correct, King's Royal should bo generous enough to give Germoteur is the remedy. It is no accident but is the result of fifteen us the proper credit. "The Rhyme years study of medical genius. For of the Governors," which in its latest sale by Chapman & Williams. 19 m i revised edition first appeared in this paper, has been going over the State Sol. Harris will sell you a boy's duo credit and with one line, suit from 4 to' 10 years of ago, for without tho same any 1.50. "And four years later S. B. Buckner whoreYou can't buy tho money. olse for double came," omitted. The omitted lino should follow the words "true interpreting" at the end of Gov. Knott's Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. term. For pure brandies, best domestic Just received the best lino of clothDrising, and you can buy them lower wines in tho city, call on JohnBroadcoll, the liquor merchant, 217 old stand. than ever at Ed. Harris' Mt. way street. f y King's Royal Gormatour. A5D NEW 0ELEANS. Vet farther Information, address 45-l- ex-istan- f. Both the method md results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is plenouut and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches aud fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever proacduced, pleasing to the taste-an- d ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its om the most eflects, prepared onlv healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists. may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ttOUISVLLC, AN FRANCISCO, CAL, NEW YORK, N.Y. KY. C. F. AT1WORE, G.P.T.A., LOUUJYILUC. KXNTDCET. j . ...... ... Ghesapeake& NEW YORK, INGTON, and Ohio Ry. WASH- PHILADELPHIA, all Eastern Cities. Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE, LEXINCTON nn.l EASTERN POINTS. Time card Fast Mull, No.2J Mt. Storllnt; Accommodation, No. 20 s lit ellect Sent. EAST HOUNI). II, 1802. I.ve. LexliiEton. 7:25 . . 11M5 a.m. a, m, v.U. VestlbuleIKxiire8,o. 24 0:10 Morelieml Accommodation No. WEHT UOUNI). 1!8 , . . . 6:301'. w. Arr. Lexington. LexliiRton .Accommodation, No. 27. . .8:05 a m. 12:nui Jr. Louisville Express, No. 21 Lexington Accommodation, No. 25. . . 3 rf)5 l. w. G:10i m. Express. No. 21 Veatluuled folld Veatlbuled Trains with Dining Curs No Dur transfers Through Sleepers' from Lexington without change 0. B. RYAN, II. W. KULLER, Ass't fien'l. Pass. Agt. Oen'l. Pass. Agf., ClnclnnutT, O. Washington. D. C. OSCAHG. MURRAY, Tnilllc Managar. u-t- i. Z Jit Lit '. f a. jSty b ji . . Jte ' fL7jUiJdfmitfi!wi MtJdwlit iWn V '1iMaimhMsMiAtJiLikjsiJys I" I 'iml .numx:?' ;. 2?ra,ctica,l Optician., of t E. O. ZEHAGEN, IbTe-w Tork. 3VC- , -- A.. SelTD2Tt;. J (Cut Showing frame too Lurse.) CORRECTS s all errors, of refraction scientifically and examines the Mie Oculist Test Case, Opthalmascope, Retinoscope, Lenses ground to order Tuesday, Wednesday, and-frames DIAMONDS ill& STERLING SILVER ' ' etc., free of charge. suit the face, at SELBERT'S, Monday, made to BEST QUADRUPLE PLATE WE&. Gold i? $ 7th, 8th, 9th, And two days each month thereafter. Glasses as Jo was so cents. The November ? ' ybest assortment of Gold Eye Glasses and Spectacles to select from. If your head aches, eyes burn or water, sight blurs, and your glasses don't suit, come and consult me. Pens, Gold Headed Canes, A'f "; O TJ T o- - jsEKckEiisr- el C3r Xj Jk. S? JS 233 ST. OXjXIR ST. , OLOC 3KL IS SON, -- J vr- - w. The Bells. Heaton, &c, judgment for plaintiff on note. It is no small undertaking for a Jos. H. Cleveland vs. Elkhorn MillTho Closing Week of the Torm. young and hitherto unknown actor ing Co. dismissed by plaintiff, settled. Sawyer, Wallace & Co. vs. E. B. to start out on a tour of the principal Robert Suter, who made a bet on Wiley, judgment for plaintiff on cities of the United States, at the the Sheriff's primary race last spring, notes. head of his own company, in a reperwas fined on Saturday $100 foithe vs. toire of such exacting palys as "The E. A. Wallace & W. T. Gaines bet. Ernest Jones, judgment for plaintiff Bells," The Mountebank" and 'Hamlet." Neither is it an easy task for The case of Bosquet & Silberjj, of on an account. M. Wakefield vs. Frankfort him to command respectful attention & Ahler, of Louisville, against Sower J. this city, was tried Monday. The Trotting Association, judgment for for such an undertaking, unless it be for his courage and hardihood in dollars' plaintiff on an account. suit grew out of seventy-fiv- e goods which were shipped vs. R. Reid Rogers, thus challenging a comparison with worth of J. O. Noel per order of, Qower & Ahler and lost judgment for defendant, suit being the great actors who have preceded on the steamer Olarksvllle that sank for recovery on an injunction bond him in the same roles. He runs a risk in so doing. If he folbelow this city nine or ten months by Cotter Lumber Company and the two-fol- d lows the beaten path he is very apt JLo ago. The plaintiffs' obtained a ver- court holding no cause of action. dict. Blue Grass Cordage Co., of George- be accused of imitation, and if his town, vs. O. R. Orutoho'r & Co., judg- conception should happen to be an Dick Ferrell, the colored convict, original one, the probability is that note. who on September 9th last struck ment for plaintiff on he will be condemned for trifling with t, Henry JohnBon, another colored id too plain to need a demonstra- this honored precedent. OccasionIt over the headjwith a chair round tion by chart or diagram thab Dr. ally, however, this rule Ib varied by and then cut him with a knife, from Bull's Cough 'Syrup is whab the peo- - an exception, and Mr. Clay Clement, need everywhere, for cure of which wounds he died, was on Satur-daronchial and pectoral troubles. lb the young tragedian, announced to morning, in the Circuit Court, is a sure cure. appear at the Opera House next awarded a life sentence for the crime. Thursday, November 10th, promises Going to Jaokson, Georgia. Farrell came from Paducah a year to be one of the exceptions. Accordsentence for ago, under a four-yeing to all reports, he is a modest Mr. John Grant, who has for several housebreaking, and Johnson from young mau, a careful and painstaking Hickman county nearly four years years been an employe of bhe Capital student, an artist in his treatment of Gas and Electric Light Company in ago for grand larceny." an detail this city, will leave next week for ability.andHe actor of mnch natural is said to possess much The case of W. H. Murray vs. James Jackson, Georgia, to take charge of force in A. Murray, in which the former sues emotional work without the gas works in that place. Mr. rantfor about 50,000 on the disagreeable his Grant is a young man, but well quali- ing, while hisaccompaniment ofpleaspathos is made the ground that the estato of their fied by experience to fill the place ing and real by a musical and well father, deceased, was mainly from the to which he has been appointed. plaintiff's mother and was held in trained voice. Such a combination trust by the father and could not be Many old soldiers, who contracted of accomplishments, coupled with was called chronic diarrhoea while in the service, his youth and daring, give to willed to the tried Tuesday and dismissed by have since been permanently cured Mr. Clement's proposed visit here the and of by Chamberlain's Judge Montforb because the plaintiff anditDiarrhoea Remedy. Colic, Cholera importance of an event in local For sale by wasa party once before in a similar J. W. Gaylo, Druggist. theatrical doings, which will unlm suit for the same property, which was doubtedly prove an interesting one The Kentucky Building and Loan as well. adjudicated. Exceptions to the dismissal were filed and the question Association is organizing a strong in this city. The association will be reviewed by the Court of Ap- branoh more profit than any other Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, made peals. v National of the same ago. Money Is the "finest remedy in the world. loaned only on first mortgage on real cures The case of the Capital Gas and estate at 50 per cent, of its appraised It absolutely cures catarrh. lb Cures value,' Its paid up stock is the safest Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Electric Light Company vs. the City all invest- Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum of Frankfort came up Tuesday, on and most profitable offormerly of in the most soothing manner. Cures ments. W. O. Trabue, the demurrer of the Gas Company to this city, is the General Manager. Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Coughs the city's rejoinder that the city coun- Here is a chance to save your money. Cures internally.and Colds. Can be A positive specific taken cil, at the time the contract was made for Pneumonia. Outs, Bruises, Burns, between the Gas Company and the Old Walker & Haokley whiskies, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: a con- the finest in the city, at John city, had no authority make the liquor merchant, 217Broad-wa- y different from all else; superios to all exempting he property of the tract street. else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. . Gas Company from cit"y taxation. . i Large size cheapest. Sold ab CarpenJudge Montforb sustained the demur8 lb will pay you to look at our cloth- ter's drug store. rer, which is virtually the defeat of ing before you purchase; you can fally A Now Snag Boat. the city's (claim for taxes and a de- savestand. 25 per cant, at Ed. Harris' old cision in favor" of the Gas Company The Cincinnati Com mercial Gazette, for their claim for lighting the Btreots, Guaranteed Cure. of Thursday, says that a new snag-boand which the city, in the suit, atfor the Kentucky river is being tempted to offset by the counterWe authorize our advertised drugclaim for taxes on the ground that gist to sell Dr. King's New Dis- built in that city, and describes' the the new Constitution nullified all tax covery for Consumption, Coughs and boat as follows: condition'. If you Colds, upon exemptions. The jase was appealed are afflicted this a Cough, Cold or "She 1b to be 145 feetO inches over with all, with a width of 31 feet ovor all; to the Court of Appeals. any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, length of hull, 127 feet; beam, 30 feet; and will use this remedy as directed, depth of hold, 4 2 feet; sheer, 1 foot reJudge Montforb and Mr. Gaunt giving it a fair trial, and experience Her cabin will be GO feet turned to their homos, the former to no benefit, you may return the bottle 6 inches. an improved arrangement long, with y dining-hall- , and the latter to and have your money refunded. of Owenton with offer did wo a narrow hall at the could oithor end, separatCarrollton yesterday. They will bo We know not make this New not that Dr. King's officers from the crow. The succeeded in ofllco at the next term could bo rolled on. It never ing the beams and cylinder timbers Can-trilfree at bollor be iron. The 'wheel is to be disappoints. Trial bottles of the court by Judge James E. aro to of of Georgetown, and Mr. John S. Pun.. Oarpenteu's Drug Store. iron also, the arms being only 3 2 2 Largo size 50o. and $1.00. Everything inches thick. by kSmith, of Bourbon county, but about bhe wheel will be iron but the torm will bo held whothor the next Kontuoky. Illinois. buckets. Three boilers will furnish npxb February, as formerly, or some the power, each 20 feet long, 38 inches other date, is a matter yet to be conDanvllllo, 111., Mrs. H J. in diameter, and with two 12 2 inch From sidered and passed by the Legislature, Nabors writes: "I havo boon using flues. The grate Wars will bo only 3 on the lth of your remedies for scrofula and am 2 feet long. Draughtsman Coppin after it greatly benefited. My back was al- haB endeavored to make her an immonth. this most one solid soro. Two boxes of provement over everything else as Ointment far as possible. A derrick will bo Dr. Hale's Household "Walker & Longstak vs. Glass & built on her forecastle and made of entirely." Skoldon judgment for plaintiff on healed itOlivo Hill, Ky., Mrs. M. J. sufilcieht strength to pull a fifty-to- n From attachment. Matney writes, May 13. 1892: My snag. The contract calls for her comMechanics National Bank, of Balti- daughter has been afilicted with pletion by March 1, 1803. She is yet in her more, vs. Farmers Bank, of Ken- erysipelas past 12 eyos from infanoy. unnamed." years old and one She is now tucky, judgment for dofendant on 25o. box has cured her." It coats no Sol. Harris will sell you clothing negotiable paper. more to get the best. Get a box at for less than some people can buy 1 thorn at wholesale. "Win. Pryor'a adm'r. vs. W. E. P. H. Carpenter's drug store. CIECUIT COUHT. R. ROGERS Our Store for a New Ash at BISSF1 I ROr"M"l JBrief Way crnr- - wewiaeasutma Bright, We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little .book about good carpet sweepers about HISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ouht to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. lU 4 Free to those who ask for it. Remember the place, St. Glair. St., opp Court House. con-vio- y OUR PLATFORM. "VITE ar pledge ourselves in favor of of customers IFIKOT'EOTIEOIfcTmisstatements. evercharge, adulterations and ( half-'jroth- er from ZF'ZEBEIE for every one with E the merchant who does most for his customers. TIES-A-ID-- half-brothe-r, PEOHIIBITIOlSr rings, inflated values and oppressive and buyer's bugbear1 tax profits. of monopolistic high prices. of the people's burden BUY AS YOU VOTE INTELLIGENTLY! Dris-coil'- s, As candidates for your patronage we- invite an examination of our business record in support of our claim for FAIR, SQUARE DEALING. - 6-- -- t-- We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, and the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction of age or class, and behind our promise stands . V our splendid stock of f. at Boots and Shoes, Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c; The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranj ICCU. VVC 1-- to-da- state-room- s, Dis-covrr- y l, I11VIIC UI3(JCl.UU.l 1-- 5-- 8 See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. lUlU CAa..U..rtllU.. Ul Ulll 5lUl.l, ' . tJ 1-- The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, R. K. McCLURE, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. .:a - vfl f. i'fitf.,? M FALL AND WINTER DISPLAY -- O 2P- - The greatest lot of Bargaiua we have ever offered the trade. Behij; large buyers enables us to sell atpioe3 the smaller dealer pays for his goods. great preparations for ajiarge business. "We have goods to to suit the masses. Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings! TAILORING DEPARTMENT. Full f f all the latest novelties in foreign and mestic elolh. and cassimere. IN FACT THr Wo have made ffl Btmlap's FaJl Styles, For which we are pole agents here, best hat in the world. The Hats. Ishoes 1 do- .r$Dm Begin in price at $1.00 and up to $5.00. Such a large All classes supplied here line that you'll find any kind of a hat you want for yourself or boy, and from 25c. Best Goods, Best Cutters and Best (Wake; tJNDBRWEAR! Scarlet, sold last season for $1.50, The greatest stock we have ever shown at startling law prices Fine White Merino at 50 cents, worth 75 centc. Fine fori. LOUISVILLE, Fourth and Jefferson. BEST TAILORIHGGratcheF & Stacks -- If we don't double our shoe sales this sei'son, 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 bi shoe business, and if selling here at short profits will do it we'll What do you Fine Kid Shoes Goat Shoes for Shoes for $1.00; Men's Calf Shq.es get" the business. - AT- think of buying Ladies' for $1.00; Ladies Fine Si. 25; Child's School Men's Boots for $1.50; for $2.00. t ft-. i K U l FRANKFORT, 330 to 340 Main. " P ui j vMnmtm rmT"TTTTT1TTg'" BOYS' - GLOTHIKG-- . TKEES2SI9& OXOTZnXTCSr . CHILDREN'S. CLOTHING, Short pants, 25 cents up to $2.5o.. Suits 4 to 13 years, Si. 50. Good school suits for $2.50, $3.00, S3. 50 to S6.00. Finer goods for dress wear, $5. 00 to $12.00. Clothing to suit the masses. Our long experience in the business bears us fruit every day and we are, willRoy's Long Pant Suits at $3 00, $4 00, S5.00, $6.00, $8.00,. Siotco. and up to; ing to divide with the generous public who have helped us build up our large 515 00. Long pants begin at fifty cents, business. Years of hard work ant close application it takes, but we love our and up to $5.00. No such stock of Bbys' work and we can't stay behind. We like the front rank. Men's suits for $4.co,'$5. 00. $6.00, SS.co and $10.00. Men's finer diess Best make and Clothing shown here. suits at $10.00 up to $25.00, fit for anybody to wear. best fit. 55jP FRANKFORT AND LOUISVILLE. aOaC&KV-SGerman Service. Rev. Paul Schenke, German Lutheran, of Lexington, will preach nc the Southern Presbyterian Church on Monday evening at-- o'clock. All the Germans in the city are invited to attend. The services will be conducted in the German language. A Horrible Railroad Accident. wJKm Jfa9Li JBSanHSSkbiSSE For lame back there is nothing bet45 ter than to saturate a flannel cloth .with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bind it on the affected parts. Try it We have some first class second and you will be surprised at the hand buggies and phaetons for sale. same Call and see them if you want a barprompt relief it affords. The treatment will cure rheumatism. gain. Mastin Bros. For sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist, lm. The best whisky ever offered to the trade at 2 per gallon, at John Driscoll's, the liquor merchant, 217 Broadway street. 30-t- f. 6-- Is daily chronic in our papers; also the death of some dear friend, who has died with Consumption, whereas, if he or she had taken Otto's Cure for Tin oat and Lung disease in time, life would have been rendered happi er anu pernaps saved, iieea cne warning If you have a cough or any affection of the Throat or Lungs call at Chapman & Williams' and get a trial bottle free. Large size 50c. bJSitfiTtl JgyEiTol foil mitten rat jet? If you haren't, wliAom a nd Intelligent ambition lupgeit write I proniUo you Ha A WOODFORD FARM FOR SALE. T AM AUTHORIZED FOB j can read and teacn anr uirir n Intelligent of cither lei, who pecl.l, personal attention. I ur.. lertake to briefly mr .HI Saw Unfurl : trlouilr, bow to earn .liree 'fhju. and will work irrite. and who. fter luitruetton, Indue at Frankfort, 't of Frankfort, on the Little Benson and. TO SELL A VALUABLE Lane's Mill turnpike; a splendid Eureka rockaway X CO acre farm in Woodford county, Ky. It Is horse: also one or two hundred locust dosih Ann v tn tliu old Bob iCiutcner place, adjoining the farm jiks. k.jj. airniiu. Sjpt.24-lm- . or Tom Freeman, near Spring Station. I will On the premises. sell on verj reasonable terms. Poosesslon given the first day of next March. Persons nlshlng to purchase Hill please examine the farm and then communicate with or call and ceeine for terms Ky. i ACRES OF GOOD LAND. 4l, MILES SOUTH sale:! Remedy. tti ':t localltlei, In tbeli owe uhert-ere- r Doll FjtAKKroiir, Ky fcept. ;m, Attorney for Mis. Man I.Johnson. I8a2.-2- JoHNL. faCOTT, Moore's Poultry $Pk nrn ther lie I, will aleo furuUt the eltuation earn that amount. I charge nothing and receive nothing unlet! iuc ceiiful, ai aboTO. Nothing difficult to learn, or that which roa can it' W. J, CHINN, ATXQRJTH Jun.aO-ly- . JR, Of- m TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures M ASS J.AW. CHOLERA AND GAPES. i & v d rcqulraa time. I out pereon from county. de.Iie but or y 1 haveal-read- much Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House. each More then pays for Its use In the extra production of dletrlct . The Old Original Remedy. Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about '"germs," "baccilli," &c, to sell their1 preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original tested medicine. "JRadam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It is now, and for years has been, making more cures than all other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be deceived. "Mi-crobi- ," provided with employment a large -yOi numh.r uKo er ' miVlneoYer Three I hcu. and Dollar! a Year, each. All la new, '''u.aure. Full particular! e. After ou Know all, If you uncluda to go no further, lir, no harm la doue. Aildren, taught and t"i. Kentucky Midland Ey. Shortest and quickest between JE Get K- atrial box. t" t WAI n C. Dec.5-ly- AIIi:.. . ltox AtiL'iiatu, Mulue. CINCINNATI Frankfort, lisle, AND FRANKFORT. a ."3 "i Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1,394 hhds., with receipts for the same period of 493 hhds. Sales on our market since Janbound to be recognized by all intelli- uary 1st amount to 140,302 hhds. Sales gent people in course of time, and of the crop of 18U1 on our market to that time is coming at a Nancy Hanks date 121,119 hhds. rate. Yours truly, The sales on our market this week Jluliols & Webb, embracing 26 hogsheads of new hurley Corner 4th and JeflVrfeuii streets, which sold at prices ranging from 5.50. LouisTlllf) Ky. to 17.50 There is no change report in the condition of .the market for the 1891 crop except a firmer feeling for How to Cure a Cold. all grades. The movement of the unfavorcrop is being " Simply take Otto's Cure. We know able weather retarded by the handling conditions for of its a&tonishing cures and that it tobacco but the first good stripping will stop p. cough quicker than any and prizing weather will no doubt bo known remedy. by liberal receipts. If you have Asthma, Bronchitis, followed The following quotations fairly Consumption or any disease of the represent our market for burley throat and lungs, a few doses of this tobacco, crop of 1891: great guaranteed remedy will sur- Trash (dark; or damaged prise you. 7 00 0 00 tobacco If vou wish to trjitcall at our store, Common Colory trash... 7 00 8 50 on Main street, and we will be pleased Medium to good colory to furnish you a bottle free of cost, 8 50(7 12 00 trash and that will prove our assertion. Common lugs not colory 8 00(W) .9 00 Chapman & Williams. 45 13 00 8 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 13 00 15 00 Miss Maria Lindsoy has returned lugs from Germany and is ready to open Common to medium leaf 9 00 14 00 14 00 17 00 Medium to goon leaf. her classes in piano forte playing. 17 00 25 00 Good to fine leaf. I t. worth more than its cost for one winter's use, to prevent colds, coughs, bronchitis, consumption and all diseases of throat and lungs. Should yotr child have croup, it Free wilj give almost instant relief. treatment in ofllco from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., and this free treatment will continue, as we are determined to con vert the people to ourway of thinking, and it doesn't cost you a cent to find out that we have a real, genuine therepeutic agent one which is No use to put off buying an Elec tropoise any longer. You will have Only direct line between it sooner or later, .and it is HKW jGMWmimflXWac' Till: SHORTEST G::-rgct:v:- CHAPMAN Car Fal- & WILLIAMS, DRUGGISTS- - Georgetown and Paris, M ? I4ays7.11e, Cynthiana, PRESCRIPTION mouth ASK TBJ1IHS and Covington VIA KY. Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS MIDLAND AND SUNDRIES. FOR TICKETS LOUISVILLE KET. TOBACCO MAR- BUD BY CfflfiiiL inest STAllDABfl TIME. lb'XJ. SODA WATE-- in Frankfort, April TIME TABLE OCT. 31, II A M i M 1' M 7. TRAINS K AST. AND QUICKEST I No. 1. fi.00 (i.IKi No. 3. No. LOO 4.0G DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI", O., will he at the J3 A "to lw Orleans Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Frankfort Lr. Summit Lv. .A, . 100 1.10 1.25 1.4(1 2.1,0 Ellchom Duvall bwlUer stamping Ground Johuxon 0.11 0.1H fi.!CJ G.3U . . B . Time, 25 Houre. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. The shortest anil quickest. ewtown Lv. iCeutrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris Lv. Georgetown Lv. C. S. Depot Iv. n 44 0.52 fi.60 7.09 7.1H 4.11 4.18 4 32 4.39 4.44 4 VZ 5.00 2.10 '2TM 2.35 3.U) FHOEKIeK. HeCTEaL. IN LEXINGTON. KY.. 5.i2 6.21 6.20 6.40 I 3..0 3.35 3.15 4.05 M ! i c. I 7.23 7.37 A I Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala Time. 26 Hours. Solid Ve.stUmlHd Traln.H. The Short line be fulfil riiiolnnnttntiil Lkxinotok, Ky., Time . 2Vi Hour 12 Knoxville. Tkn.n.. " 17 N. 0.. ASHKV1I.LV, " ' 11 ClUmNOOOA, Tenn,, "' IB Ga., Atlanta, " 16 " BlKMIWiltAM, ALA.. " Direct Connections at NewOneangand8hrev TRAINS WEST. C Lv. Paris Ar. Ellzabath , Ar. Centervllle. . . Ar. Now town Ar. O S. Dapot Ar. Johnson Ar. Duvall Ar. I Ml l' M No. 2. No. 4 H A No.tir.0.l2 4.45 5.01 5.21 5.30 0.52 7.03 7.15 7.35 5.65 Saturday. Nov. 12th, 1892. Saturday, Doo. 3d, 1892. Saturday, Dec. 24th, 1892. (Plies) cured without surgical operation an d with little or no pain, HEMORRHOIDS SiW V . . 8M 8.10 8.21 8.41 8.19 8.5 0.01 'J l!l 0.1!) 00 0 55 6 05 C.(W G 17 .... AMJeorseto.vn d.!Uor . . 1) . Ar.S'aiipliw Ground Ar. Elknorn Ar.Siimmlt Ar. Frankfort 0.37 0 45 0.51 REEERENCES. W. McKeo Hardlo, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. facott. Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. V. . ' ,i$ it.' H i " h ' . CM 7.10 7.10 7.2.5 I ...... 8.10 8.20 8.30 I.M . . , A . 0.25 9 33 7.30 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorlai Select or wrappery tobacco, 25 00 port for TexiiH. Mexico mid California. A connects with L, fc N. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky MIdlaudRallwnf B connects with Q. & C. and L.S, via (ieoricetovvn 5:15 ii.m.iurrlveCliicltiimtl 10:26 C connects with K. C. ' a.m. Qulckerthnn nnyotherllne, The Kentucky Midland Railway und connecAlltrauiH arrlv it Jopirtfrom Jentral Dntop tions form the shortcut and cheapest route to all Depot, Clnulnnut! points north, south and west. Vornate.Map8,iro..aaareBr For further Information apply tothelr ncenta. E. T. CHAHLETON, E. B WEITZEL, C. D. BKROAW. D, P. &T. a., Chattanooga, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. D. , EDWARDS, D. MILLER, GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. , 32 50 TraMIns.Qlnclnnatt.O, SP.AA.T Berberlch, Frankfort, hj. Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson. Ky. A. H. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. W. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. Wltlirow, Frankfott, Ky. f DR. KELLEY'S olllceand resldenco Is at 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he mny be found everyday of each week except SATURby addressing til ." DAYS. X'amphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any ono CONSULTATION FREE. V "'. i W. I. KELLEY, M. D., 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. J M L:iktiitikJV.titl.AtJ