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Number lO ?, Shot by Sam Sanders, jr., Over Cards. In an angry altercation over a game of cards at the Parle's Hotel Saturday night, Bee Frazier applied an appio-briouepithet to Sam Sanders, jr , and the latter drew his pistol and fired five shots at Frazier. Only one took effect and entere.1 a few inches i C KQinSi ! mi Have began to sweep around the corner to remind youfcthis is the season for -t l Ul,... l Jt.. BKO WNIE l 1.1 ,1 ....... ..,1 through the lungs and out at the IE- KB. L Absollntety ba.sk, inflicting a wound winch is co lsiderod exceedingly dangerous, if not ultimately fatal. After the shoot ing Sanders fled, but Monday night and gave himself up fjr an examination. Ho was subsequently released by County Judge Williams on a bond of $500 to answer for a hearing y at ten o'clock. to-da- Weather Strips and Coal Hods, Meat Choppers & Butcher Knives, Corn Poppers, Lanterns, Glass, Powder, Shot and Steils. 1 Court Day. & ft WT ' R.' r W. !i EV ft E. h rr,s ' .MP.. Br-- and prosperity of this great country March, for his successor, Grovor Cleveland. Mr. Harrison has had a clean, honest and able administration, but the people, who rule, say, by theolec-tio- n of Mr. Cleveland, that they prefer a change in the tariff laws of the country, and Republicans are bound to bow in submission to the will of the majority. Mr. Cleveland's record during his four years' administration as President, assures the country that its destinies are not in weak or unsafe hands, and in the line of the policy of his party, directed by a man of Mr. Cleveland's strong convictions and experience in national affairs, it is fair to assume that the change of a Chief Magistrate, to say the least, will not affect the progress The wet weather and the desire to learn the political news brought an unusually large number of country people to town Monday. The auctioneers were busy, but prices were low and little stock was sold. Diamond Bently, the auctioneer, reports the following sales: 8 horses from $15 to $95 50 per head; 20 head of cattle, $18.75 per head and 4 mules, vote of each precinct "in the city and from $18 to $75.50 per head. As is THE ELECTION TUESDAY. usual at November court, there was county: a fight, but as it was of the CITY. Dtmi. Hop. P. P. Proh. PKtciNora fist and skull variety, no damage The President Named and the Off- MulKeMiiiuie 8 ai2 203 a 14d futher than a bloody nose was int9 icial Vote of the County 21U 3 JJti fiavliouso combat-tants- . 5 flicted upon either of the 175 3 70 f Given. 91 4 4 189 Vogler's btore The street fakirs were on 18 18 hand and did a rushing business for 742 W7 Totals a while. It wne a victory for the Democrats COUNTY. last Tuesday and President Harrison Dem. Rep. P. P. Proh. Piiecinctc. Vile and Unworthy must give way, on the fourth of next Tiger 29 48 115 I'ourt-lioii- A I Hardware Merchant. IMii A 1 1 WELSCOTT&F j JiiJjlj, Ky. ... " U Btidne-lious- .... S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, UaldKnob Peak's Ml.l Forks ;Uiiorn. Crutcliei's i tnl.ir huu Bellepoint FlatCreeK Tot Is Bridgeport 185 1C5 . . . 237 2u9 124 58 26 83 b'J 'it 18 9J 191 llii trf 80 25 3 6 54 24 584 23 3 147 l 1,444 City County Ri: APITULATION. Rep. Dem 742 1 444 C97 P.P. 16 147 534 1,231 Totuls 2.166 lb3 168!?. 2 Of consideration are nostrums of nhlch It is 3 i hat they 3 asserted and there are many such cure Immediately bodily ailments of long 6 standing. There are iiune such that can disorders cannot be Instantaneously 1 Chronic Continuity In the use of a genuine 2 removed. medicine, such as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, 17 Not the will eradicate chronic physical evils. least of these lust In the force of Its opposition to medicine to constipation, to the removal Proh. of which. If persisted In, the Bitters Is par18 ticularly udapted. Constriction of the bowels 17 Is a complaint which should be dealt with So are Its usual eirly and systematical. 35 LACE CURTAINS With largely increased facilities, we are now prepared to show the most complete line of DRAPERIES ever brought to this city. Beautiful new patterns in fine, medium and low priced grades. PRESIDENTIAL VOTE, Democrats Repub lean Prohibition Woman's Wants The total vote of 1892 .... 189.2 2 334 1,429 2ii 3 3 792 3,'616 attendants, liver complaint and d)spepsn. For these, for miliaria, rheumatism, kidney trouble, and more recently "la grippe," this highly and professionally commended medl-c- l e is an undoubted specific. Nothing con xceed it, moreover, as a m ans of imparting strength to the feeble and nervous. IPieiqei Cietonnes, Goods "CTpliolstersr Grood.s, Made 1 Born. Sunday morning to the wife of Mr. John B. Weitzel, a"son. Tuesday to the, wife of Mr. Gotlieb Richner, a daughter. Decrease of vote In . . 17 2,020 971 IN GREAT VARIETY. VOTE FOR OOVERNOK IN 1891. Republican which, however, divided in opinion among ourselves, is solidly united in action agamst our foes without. The Democratio ticket in the county was elected by a majority of 956 votes over theRepublican ticket. This 'yi ' M means Jthat in this county, Hon. W. O. P. Breckinridge defeated Hon. T. J. Hardin for Congress; It. D. Armstrong defeated D. B. Walcutt for defeated few Sheriff and Thos. B. 'Ford t Alex Innes for. Clerk of the Circuit Court, The vote of the county was also given to James E. Cantrill for Judge of the Circuit Court and to J. IV, KV S. Smith for Commonwealth's Att torney. The People's Party was not in the race. The election passed off very quietly jr and the new law, despite its slow, red W5 ' tape system, has been declared a ft complete and satisfactory success. transformation over mbi In fact, such aand dangerous elec"ffl' the disorderly tffig i tion scenes of the past was observed during the progress of the election !&; TueHday, that the people in general, many of whom were opposed to the Australian ballot system, have agreed that the new law is a blessing which gives honor and dignity to the right of suffrage and lessens, if not entirely prevents, the corruption and demoralization which no law could diminish under tho,viva voce system. The full vote of the county, by at least 177 votes, was not polled. The Democrats received 2,180, the Republicans 1,231, the People's Party 1C3 and Prohibition Party 35, total In the city only, the vote 3.615. stood: Democrats 742, Republicans Democrats People's Party Prohibition Totul 486 'J 3,436 Window Shades 1 to Order. te The Athletic Club. Gen. D. W. Lindsey, President, and Mr. T. M. Turner, Secretory of the Athletic Club, published u strong card to the public in Tuesday's Call, setting forth the character of the organization, and the work it has accomplished in thq interests of the material welfare of the city and the moral uplifting of the younger members of the club, many of whom, without such a resort, would probably spend much of their leisure time in associations and pursuits less innocent and healthful. The card closes with the When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorln. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When she had Children, she gave them Costoria. Satisfaction an Lo west rices Guaranteed. BROWER, SCOTT & FRAZEE, Call on John Driscoll,, the liquor merohant, 217 Broadway street, for pure Anderson county whisky. 6-- Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies.; Bank Stock for Sale. Eleven shares in city banks, in lots to suit purchasers. Apply at this office. fr . pf,. 2fP .. the number registered, The Democratio majority in the city was 45 .votes. The following is the official i tW-t.- 1 097. People's Party 10, Prohibition Party 18, total 1,473, or about 300 less than announcement that the directors, realizing the advantage to the city of suoh an institution to promote the physical health of the members and at the same time afford them a club-rooin which they can engage in harmless amusements or the reading of the papers and periodicals, desire to make it a permanency by the increase of the momborship or other subscription for its support, and to that end appointed committees to The appeal call on the citizens met by a generous subshould be scription or membership list. This club, almost alone for more than two years, has extended its courtesies to strangors, especially to the mem bers of the Constitutional Convention and tho Legislature, who in no small number wore conspicuous for their earnost advocacy of the interest of Frankfort, and publio necessity and pride now should not suffer the institution to languish or become inert for want of assistance. m WE AEE m IT. JaTCOTBl &wzm Ctmtotr For Diamonds, Solid Goll and Silver Watches, Sterling Silvor and Silver Plated "Ware. I W. L, COPPERSMITH, THE JEWELER, is the cheapest place in Frunkfmt. and be convinced. Gall ju'y ISttLiiifAiai. OO-l- I b 2 i 3MCx11duli:xi. Wagons- - Trov JSuLorariojs- - Iron IEL oofijo.gr ikJ JT--. J J e will Jl I i X JLI JT - U JL Jul JL sell at cost for cash oar general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming- Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Ha sues. Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish. Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Ropes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. We will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods' mIc on time will be charged at regi lar price. Oor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. GOLLSfti S & BR ? Opposite the Farmers Bank. family and has in Miss Sallie Jackson's house on Mr. Barbour has accepted the 'posi- of whom lived in this city until quite The Wonderful Mexican Bug. Shelby street, South Side. tion of geneial manager of the W. A. recently, but is now with her husband, Col. Jo. 0. Bailey, of Versailles, sent Mr. and Mrs. T. H Bradley and Mr. Gaines & Co. bottling establishment. at Rochester, New York: Mr. W. S. Safiell was in Louisville C. D. Bercaw went to Cincinnati Miss Marie Haldeman, of St. Louis, Sunday. The class with which Miss Folsom tho Roundabout yesterday another Monday on a brief visit. who has been visiting Mrs. Chas. F. graduated numbered six. Three of splendid specimen of the Mexican Mr. Ed. Grant is home from a trip Mr. Thos. G. Poore and Mrs. Henry Exum, wont to Washington Oity the six are married. Miss Mary Vir- Weed Bug, the technical name of to Clay City. ginia Kingsford, of Oswego, is now S. Hale were in Louisville at the last night to visit friends. is Kilawedalackam an. The reMiss Sue Morris is visiting friends Willard Hotel Thursday. Mr. Edmund Taylor went to Roby, Mrs John D. Higgins, of that city; which in Louisville. Miss Elizabeth Gardner Smith, of markable and useful propensities of these bugs in destroying the weeds Mrs. Sam D. Johnson was in Lex- Ind., Thursday to take his place as Miss Brent returned this week from ington Saturday attending the funer- assistant secretary and handicapper Aurora, is Mrs. Ambrose 0. of Frankfort, Ky. Tho other in a garden and leaving the vegetaat the new Garfield track. a visit to Paris. recited at bles untouched al of Miss Mary Bullock. three are Miss Minnie Rachel Alex- length in this paperwere than a year more Mr. Hal. Johnson and his cousin, ander, of Bridgeport, Conn.; Miss Mr. H. K. Brawner was in LexingMrs. John Stewart and Miss Ruth Mr. Gibson Isaacs, of Louisof Oleve ago, and oallpd forth a denunciatory ton Wednesday. Stanton left Thursday for Louisville, ville, visited Mr. Johnson's parents, Julia Wadworth Severance, Blakowell attack by a would-b- e scientific editor land, 0., and Miss Martha days. Mr. Caswell Bennett, ir.. was in to be gone for several in Chicago, who, Col. and Mrs. E. Polk Johnson, Sun- Wright, of Riverside, Cal. Little of a paperhas not sense enough likeun-a, to Louisville Friday. man that Miss Hallie Herndon, of Lexington, day. Ruth Cleveland is called after a a joke, Mr. C. C. Morris, of Eminence, is the guest of her brother, Mr. W. C. bright, pretty girl, who was a student derstand laughs isthinks every body Mr. Bert Johnson, who formerly a fool, could not Herndon, on Conway street. when else that visited here Sunday. lived here, was in the city Thursday in the academic department name believe that such bugs exist, because Misses Josie Hughes and Mary Hale night en route to Champaign, Ills., Miss Folsom graduated. Her Mrs. Caswell Bennett is visiting he did not know how to find in his spent Saturday and Sunday witn Miss where ho proposes to go into busi- is Miss Ruth Tappin. She graduated encyclopaedia, out of which he makes friends in Louisville. with the class of '89, and is a daughtness. Lucy Hughes, near Farmdale. the scientific er of Judge Tappen, of Potsdam, N. his display of learning, Bailey writes Judge Joseph II. Lewis returned name of the bugs. Mr. Virginia Bennett, of Emiwent Y. Mrs. Henry F. Duncan Mrs. from Glasgow Wednesday. that the cholera fright the past seanence, after a visit to Mrs. B. W. to Louisville Monday and returned Messrs. H.T. Rogers and T. R.Todd Jenkins, returned home Saturday. son destroyed almost tho entire coloTuesday.accompanied by Mr. Duncan, Isn't It Beautiful were in Georgetown Sunday. ny of his imported insects, but from who had been in Bowling Green since Wood-lakMr. W. J. Lewis and wife, of the few surviving pairs he hopes by Saturday. Mr. Garrad Rodman is home from a left Wednesday morning for Exclaimed a prominent society lady next spring to' have a sufficient stock visit to relatives in Louisville. Messrs. Will Ely and Sherwood of Frankfort the other day as she to supply every gardnor in the State, Paris, Tennessee, to visit relatives. Major returned home this week after stood in Madame Stewart's parlors who is progressive enough to break Mr. I. T. West went to Eastern KenMrs. Joe Miliary loft Monday for on the admiring an exquisite garment just the shackles fastened upon the nation their tucky Wednesday on business. her home in St. Louis, after a visit of having finishedNashvillework Louisville and railroad at turned out for her. It's fit was per- in its infancy by a lazy rhymester, Miss Flora Watson, of LaGrange, several weeks to relatives in this city. , Columbia, Tenn. fect, it's style, the veryjlatest effect. who wrote in bed, while the weeds visited friends here this week. well be out of Mr. Charles Noonan, who came Mrs. A. J Reock, of Newark, New Ladies, vou mightofasfashion, and to were covering his garden like a circus tent: Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Hatchitt visited from St. Paul to attend the bedside of Jersey, who has been visiting her tho world as out his son, returned to that city Wednes- son, Mr. Goo. W. Reock, in this city be in the fashion you must go to a their Iriends in this city this week. "Early to bed uiul early to rle s day. dressmaker, one whomaKes Makes u m iti healthy, weiltuy mid wise." for several months, left for home frequent trips to the fashion centers Mr. Western Thomas, of Anderson, Mrs. Anna VanDerveer went to Thursday afternoon. Indiana, visited his mother this week. and comes nome knowing just how Tliis. Now Hamilton, Ohio, Monday to attend Messrs. Percy Headley and Chas. any certain style will look from "havMiss Nettie Davidson, of LaGrange, the funeral of Gen. Ferd VanDering seen the dress made up (there is Jacobs, of Louisville, who came up Itwillcost younothingand will sureis visiting relatives on the South Side. veer. last Friday to atttend the reception a vast difference between this kind of ly do you good, if you nave a Cough, Rev. J. B. Morris, of Nashville, Messrs. Chas. D. Bercaw and Thos. given by Mrs. J. W. Headley, returned dressmaking and the stay 2old, or any trouble with Throat, Tenn., is visiting Mr. P. McDonald, P. Rogers have returned from a hunt- home Monday evening. guessing what it ought to be from a Chest or Lungs. Dr King's New DisjrWhile Madame Stewfashion ing trip of several weeks in ColoMr. J. L. Weitzel, Miss Weitzel, art has plate). been with us a short covery for Consumption, Coughs and only Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or Mrs. J. W. Marksbury is home from rado. L. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Vernon many of handsomest garwill be a visit to her parents at Christians-burg- . Mr. Will Grayot, who has been vis- Wm. E. Bradley are among the num- while, now seen the our streets are of moneyLa Grippepaid back.it Sufforers ments found just the Smith-lanber who went to Louisville Thurs- her designing. on will want some- from and iting friends and relatives at You under its use had a speedy thing opera. and Paducah, has returned day to attend the Miss Mamie Kiernan is home from thing new and stylish for Thanks- and perfect recovery. Try a sample Col. Nicholas McDowell, Commis- giving and Madame Stewart, Frank-foit'- s bottle at our expense and iearn for a visit to Miss Evans in Indian- home. apolis. leading dressmaker, at 319. yourself just how good a thing it is. Misses Mamie Bull and Laura French sioner of Agriculture, returned from Trial bottles free at Phil. Oarpenter'3 to and Messrs. Claude Berryman and Danville Thursday accompanied by Main street, is the place to get it. Miss Henrietta Blackburn went 10-- 1 1. daughter. They his wifo Drug Storo. Large size 50c. $1.00. Louisville Monday to visit Miss Rosa Robert Averill were in Versailles quartered and tho Capital Hotel. are at 3 Sunday. Gorin. Register Next "Week. Mr. Willis Moss, of Clinton, HickDrs. Allie Hensley and Wm. Banta man county, who has visited here beStrayed or Stolen A black St. Mrs. J. W. Johnson, after two weeks mediBernard dog, Rover by name, nearly visit to Louisville, returned homo were home Sunday from theirMedical fore, ran up from Louisville Saturday Books for the registration of voters grown. Any ono Monday. , cal studies at Louisville to make a brief visit to his friends. at the city elections to be held in fullgives information who returns him College. or that will lead to leaves Monday Ho is attending the Louisville MediRev. George Darsie December and January will be opened his return will be liberallv rewarded McOlure, after a fur- cal College. Mr. Albert morning to Hold a meeting a CarE., Power. in each ward of the city on Monday by lough at home to recover of illness, relisle, Ivy. Miss Annie Hines arrived Tuesday turned to Centre College, at Danville, from her home in Warren county to and will remain open for three days. Mr. J. W. Marksbury, editor of the Saturday. Voters who wish "to cast their votes visit her uncle, Mr. Henry F.Duncan. for Councilmen and School Trustees Sunday Opinon, spent Monday in Tuesday, to the wife of Mr. W. 0. Dr. E. H. Black, of Stamping Miss Hines has visited here" before should not fail to register in tho ward Lutkemeior, a daughter Ruth CleveLouisville. n his daughter, Mrs. and is and popular in the in which they live on one of these land. Ground, visited Mrs. J. Q, A. Stewart is visiting her Jno. W. McOlure, on the South Side, social circles. days. Tho officers to be elected will Mrs. V. L. Rodman, of this week. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Rospess went to hold only until after the next general Louisville. Miss Virginia McAteer, of Louis- Mavsville Monday, and Mr. Respess election in November, 1893. Mr. B. F. Pearcy, after a visit to ville, who has been the guest of Miss returned Thursday, but Mrs. Respess friends hero, has returned home to Annie Headley, returned home remained to attend the wedding of Many old soldiers, who contracted Louisville. Thursday. her sister, Miss Lucie Watson, on chronic diarrhoea while in tho service, Misses Dora and Hannah Smith, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson, next Wednesday. have since been permanently cured And Chronic Disease Specialist In tho State. Versailles, visited ine Misses Stone who have been visiting at their old Evelyn of it by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Misses Birdio Brown, Thursday. home in Christian county, have re- Brown, Rose Crittenden and Minnie and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by lm VanDerveer composed a party that J. W. Gayle, Druggist. I Mr. Will Dorsey, of Peru, was turned home. will go to LoHisville this morning visiting Major Henry here Sunday Mr. Will. A. Lowis, who for the past under tho chaperonage of Mrs. The celebrate Speclnllet, formeily of Now York T. Stanton. Street Concert. month has been in New York, Boston Brown, to attend the matinee at the City, now tonsu H lug Physician of Southern home Institute, of Louisville. Ky., will he at the Mrs. Henry Brewer and Mr. F. Carl and Richmond, Va., will return I Auditorium this afternoon. were in the this afternoon. will give an CAPITAL HOTEL, rauktort. Gorton's Golden Band Giltner, of Eminence, PURELY PERSONAL. city Saturday. open air concert on the corner of Saturday, November 19th, Mr. Charles E. Taylor, jr., of CinThe Illustrated Kontuckian, of Lex- Main and St. Clair streets Monday at returning every tour weeks. DR STOCKPALE returned home cinnati, is in the city, having been Mrs. T. N. Arnold Tuesday from a visit to her daughter called to the bedside of his lather, ington, proposes to publish the por- noon, just before the street parade of has had ) ears of experience In the largest hospitals in the country. Is a graduate ot several of who Is very ill. in Lexington. traits of forty pretty little children the Minstrel Troupe. the best colleges, und li is for u numbei of years inLexington, made a si ecl.uty of ull chronic and surgical Miss Lillie Jacobs, of Miss Flossie French, who lias been in its holiday edition, and has He treats successfully and does not tuko guests of Miss Una lUarsnail, spending the 'summer with her cluded in the list Gladys Rodman, the Big Excitoment in Town. is the tliht-i.s-o unless a cure c in he guaranteed. on Logan street. Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Ringing (a Ears, mother in Springfield, Illinois, has daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnW. Do ifness. Dlseasa ottho E)t. Ear. Nose, Throat Mrs. J. L. Price and Miss Hallie returned home. Rodman, of this city. In remarking Over the remarkable cures by the Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Uludder Troubles, age, auiii Origin's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Constipayesterday for Louisville Heriidou left Misses Mamie Orutchor and Bettie upon the pictures, which the Lexing- grandest specinc oi tne which acts tion, Rheumatism and tiral)sls to visit relatives. Epilepsy or Fits positively cured. Keenon, were the guests of Miss ton Leader has already seen, that Fanny's Health Restorer, stimulates the Young or mldd e need men, suffering from Mrs. Will Gridley and daughter, Annie Hall, near Bridgeport, on Sat- newspaper has this to say of Frank- as a natural laxative, Spermatorrhea, Impotonov, Eruptions, the results liver Noticeably digestive organs, regulates tho great of errors orexctsses, should cad before It Is too fort's little boauty: Miss Louelia, of Louisville, are visit- urday and Sunday. is nature's late. We guarantee a cuio if case has not gone "cute" is the picture of tiny Gladys and kidneys andrenewor. Mrs. D. A. Peters. ing too far. Greenville, Rodman, of Frankfort, who is shown healer and health Miss limes Starling, wont to Mississippi, who has of Blood Mrs. J. M. VanDervoor If you have Kidney, Liver or been visiting in three poses on a single card, first Louisville Monday to visit her sistor, the Misses Pepper, loft for home as a bride with a vail and train, Disorder do not delay, but call at BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. & Williams drug store for Mrs. W. L. Rodman. Monday afternoon. orange blossoms and prayer book, Chapman package. Large size 50c. a free trial and again as a stately dame in a As SyphlUIs, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Berry and Mrs. 46 Rev. W. C. Taylor left Thursday back turned remedies, cured by Will Cannon will go to Hot Springs, morning for Covington to attend the Watteau dress with her and thirdly as a gay Dlseaso of Women, such us Lucorrhen, Painful to tho camera, Ark., next Monday. Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, Rearing Baptist General Asso- little maiden in the most intricate Toach ore, Attention. meeting of the Down Pains In Rack relieved In short time. ciation of Kentucky. evolutions of a skirt dance." The Doctor carries ull his portable Instruments Mr. James Polsgrove, who is county are and comes prepared to examine the most obscure School, visited tho All tho Law Mrs. Meriwether and her daughter, The Lexington Leader, in a long ' earnestly teaohors of to attend the meMlcal und surgical cases. He undertakes tio relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Mary Hawkins, who have been articlo from Aurora, New York, on meeting of requested Teachers Asso-- 1 Incurable disease, but cures hundreds given up tho Oounty to die. Consultation tree and confidential. for the past two weeks, Mrs. Mary J. Lewis returned yester- in Louisville Wells College and tho school days of ciation at tho Capital Oity Business Address weeks to returned home Tuosday. November day from a visit of several Francis Folsom, wife now of the ' Oollego, on Saturday next,business of be relatives in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Barbour, of Louisville, President-elect- , to say of the 19th, as there willbring before that 1. 1. STOQKDHLE has this importance to . came to the oity Tuosday and are Senator J. S. Wortham, of Grayson stopping for the present at the Park's class of 1885, in which she was graduThos. Hunter, ody. KY, Wednesday with his LOUISVILLE, oounty, arrived County Superintendent. five other girls, one gone to housekeeping Hotel, on Broadway and Ann streets. ated, along with Mc-Glachl- e, first-clas- Trj e, - d . - 10-l- t. - Ji, S tr well-know- most Successful H mi o UK. h UutlUHLE. Med-le- i , al dls-ease- s ', never-fallin-g attend-ingtheLouiBvil- lo "i 'f& Sll I 1 1, i,4 j'.lmUi- i . l AmfiL&Lti.Stk. mKSMEsmaBE& Bmn mm nmrrrn MXESS99 i .ml Hudson, HumphriesCassell a nothing in the ready-mad- e best selected stock of wo do a large Merchant Tailoring business please do not be under tne impression that we sell line. We have the largest, IMP Thev are ail Wool and of the best manufacture, and v we guarantee not to be undersold. Be sure to look at our ' Overcoats before you buy. aosr-- . ' ANT TAILORING, i, , ESSE.. '! FURNISHING GOODS and HATS, 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. v?i udson,HumphriesCassell Matrimonial. Ford Taylor and Mary Frazier, colored, wore licensed 'Monday to wed. Rodgers-Vardima-- Mr. Charles Rodgers and Mrs. Frances Vardiman were granted a license to marry, Monday. Taylor-Frazie- fc: r fi8nP,LE WW I JAPANESE Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. n COKE Farmers, you can buy A Juarfinteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree Kxternul, Interiml, Blind or Bleeding ItcliluK, Chronic. Recent or eredltary. This Remedy hits positively never been known to fall. u box, G boxes, for $5.00; sent by mall pre$1.00 paid on receiptor price. A written Guarantee Long-WrigMr. Samuel M. positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, the Afi.fHI Lone and Miss Atha Wrieht. of wlifii ifnurciiHHed at one time, to refunu by 3. W. paid not cured. Guarantee Issued Peak's Mill, were married Thursday (rAiiib. una iiKuuairir.ee iiAiit, t,u urus-glst- s by Rev. George Darsie. and Sole Agents. Kranktort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. Chissom-Huletm ht lC-l- Mr. Henry Chis-sot and Miss Prudence Hulett, of Benson, were granted a license Thurs, day to marry. BUGGIES, HAH1TESS A2TD FARM IMPLEMENTS at "Vsr e c x s.a.:h,:e: j:r,xc:es. Thomas-Littl- e ment has been made that ern Thomas, formorly of this city, but now of Anderson, Indiana, where he is the owner of a large wire-nafactory, is engaged to Miss Little, of Muncie, Indiana. il The announceMr. West- Stafford-LeCompt- e Mr. Hiram Stafford and Miss Nora LeCompte were married Wednesday morning at Jetts, Rev. officiating. the residence of the bride's parents at W. Q. Neville, of the South Side Presbyterian Church Sudduth-Conwa- y ,4 P Thp marriage Robert Sudduth and Miss Lillie Conway, daughter of Mr. Polk Conway, Is announced for November the 30th, at half past two, at North Benson Church. After the ceremony the happy young couple will depart for a short bridal tour on the 3 o'clock L. & N. train. "VVallaoe-Cottrauinvitations to the wedding of Miss Genevieve Cottraux to Mr. Nathaniel D, Wallace, both of New Orleans, have been received in this city. The ceremony will take place Thursday, November 17th, at 5 o'clock. Miss Cottraux and her siBter, Miss Joaehina Cottraux, visitemthis city unumber of seasons and both were beautiful and popular loans .to the society of this city. Miss Elise Castleman, a daughter, of Gen. John B. Castleman, of LouIb-villwill be maid of honor on the of Mr. x e. occasion. ' i I m r h' U Matthews-Watso- n Invitations have been received in thiB city announcing the approaching nuptials of Miss Lucie Watson, daughter of Mrs. John W.Watson, to Mr. Clarence Mathews. The contracting couple are residents of Mwysvillo, in whloh city the ceremony will tako place at the Christian Church, next Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock. The bride is a sister of Mrs. A. F.Respess, of this city, and of Mr. Lloyd Watson, of Maysville, who was Assistant Sergeant-at-Arm- s of the late Constitutional Convention. BhowinskiAdcook Invitations to the marriage of Mr. Anson S. Browinski to Miss Leota, daughter of Captain and Mrs. H. H. Adcock, of The ceremony to take Carrollton. place in that city at the Baptist SUCCESSORS TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Church Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 23. at two o'clock, were received in this city last Tuesday. Mr. Browinski, who is now a prosperous drug- Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. gist in Carrollton, was connected, years ago, with the Kenabout eight tucky River Surveying Corps under Col. D. L Sublett, ana has a large "STOTTJEe ZBTT3-a-"5- r DF.A.XIfcT'I'ZEI circle of warm friends in this city March who will wish him every joy that at tends the happiest reunion ol two Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. loving hearts. Act on a new principle regulating In Olden Times the liver, stomach ana bowels though the nerves. A now discovery. Dr. People overlooked the importance of Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, H III permanently beneficial elfeots and bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipaSplendid for men, women and were satisfied with transient action, tion. Smallest, but now that it is generally known children.for 25 cents. mildest, surest. 50 doses Samples free at that Syrup of Figs will permanently j. , vjujiuD, ruiijiiui u, ivy. io-i- y cure habitual constipation, well inJust received the best line of clothformed people will not buy other ing, and you can buy them lower Best Dark Calicos, 5 cents. laxatives, which act for a time, but than ever at Ed. Harris' old stand. finally injure the system. Best Indigo Blue Calicos, 6 cents. King's Royal Qermatour. Good Brown Cotton, 5 cents. the medicine of the Advertised Lottors atFrankfort.Ky. century, Its phenominal success as Hope Bleached Cotton, 6 1--2 cents. Below will be founJ n list of Advertised a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wonder of the letters for the week ending November medicine world. Based upon the A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods, Carpets and 12th, 1802 : Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, Cloaks cheap. Hoyt, J. II. modern, and at once popular, comBrown, R. A. mending itself as a necessary houseBryant, Mrs. Sarah Ham, Rub But L. hold remedy. It advertises best by Blanton.MissMin-Huettle- , JohnBon, Miss Nor its use. Speciflo for all Catarrhal nlo sisa diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Butler, J. II. Nov. Blackeby.MissSuoMitohorson, W. S. Purifier. It is without doubt the most reliable germ destroyer in Macartee, Bigelow, John i i Buoklen's Arnica Salvo, as Goo. H. and to the extent that the Mosby, Miss Emma germ theory is correct, King's Royal The best salve in Cun Blanton, B. B. ing 8 for Sholton, Robert Germeteur is the remedy. It is no Cuts, Bruises, Sores,the world Salt Coomor, Frak Ulcers, accident but is the result of fifteen Dawson, Geo. W. Seller, Wm. J. years Btudy of medical genius. For Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Taught Privately to AdultsOnly. Dooseback, Jack Williams, Miss Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all 10 sale by Chapman & Williams. nie, J. M. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Grimes, Jessie TBLEGR IE-S- . Sol. Harris will sell you a boy's Piles, or no pay required. It is guarsay ad- suit from 4 to 10 years of age, for anteed to give satisfaction, or money HOOKS EXAMINED, When cnlling for these letters CONSULTATION CONFI- dentlul 1.50. You can't buy the same any refunded. Price 25 cents per box. vertised. E. B. QUION. For sale by Phil. Carpenter. where else for double the money. J. .M. Saitkll, at Cnpitul City liuslness College. e. You can get a vehicle painted or repaired injnrst-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. HAVE D. 26-- tf . L RODMAN III ! & SON. 1 A- - BIO BARGAINS: '.M Pre-eminent- m I J. L. RODMAN & SON. Metal Thorn-Buokne- r, ex-istnn- An-Down- Postmaster. Oct. W K, J4&JkiAjii .1 H. 4 poat-offlo- BfrWrV, rrvp. W ' s A SPLENDID GAME When in front of tho Odd Fellows building the animal swirved and ran of Sol. Of Foot Ball at Danville Saturday e KMUWI at the at Frankfort, Kentucky. on the sidewalk in front Between the Centre College at feeoBdretoM Bailable matter. Harris' establishment and tho buggy and Cincinnati Toams. in oollidod with the stono style-bloc- k tfBO. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. front of McOluro's, smashing a The first game or foot ball wheel, breaking the shafts, and between the Centre Colleee team Hf sH M, m A mm FRANKFORT, NOV. 12, 1892. bringing the horse to a standstill and tho team from Cincinnati Uni-- ! B mmmw The boys were both thrown out but versity was played at Danville Satur-- ' , an old day and resulted 12 to 4 in favor of escaped injury. Tho THE WORLD'S FAIR. plug, stood perfectly still when Centre College. Tho feature of the A Horn of tho Dilemma Gores the stopped by the collission, and when game was the playing of Van Winkle Governor. lead off the sidewalk looked as and Capt. Berry, of Danville, and and Children, for though he thought he had done noth Charley Swango and Martin Hardin, The question of tho World's Fair ing unusual. of this city. "CMtarJ a to so well adapted to children that Castoria cores Colic, Ooaatrp&Uon, appropriation will probably reach a Sour Stomach, Diarrhcoa. Eructation, I recommend It at cupcrior to any prescription Mr. Albert H. McOlure, who was Kills Worms, tires sleep, and promotes di known to me." satisfactory judicial determination H. A. Ascuut, K. D How's ThisP present at the game, in a letter writ111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. Wl IhoutlnJ luribus medication. within the next week. The full ten Sunday to his brother, Mr. Wm. Issues of tho case, involving tho ReWe offer One Hundred Dollars For seTeral years I bate recommended H. McCluro, describes it as follows: "Tho ue of 'Castoria' Ss so universal and ' and shall always continue to validity of the billon its final passage, ward for any case of Catarrh that Its merits so well kao wn that it seems a work your ' Castoria.inrariably produced beneficial 'With a badly crippled team yesof supererogation to sndorse it. Few are the do so as it has were agreed to Saturday by tho at- can not be cured by taking Hall's intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results." terday wo won, after a stubborn contorneys on both sides, and bb expected Catarrh Cure. Edwin F. Pardsi, M. D., within easy reach." F. J. Cheney&Co., Props., Toledo, O. test. Five of our men were broken Carlos Matw, D.D., "Tbo Wlnthrop," 13th Street and TtbAre., by every well informed lawyer, Judge New York City. We, tho undersigned, have known up New York City, in variouB ways before the game, Lat Pastor Bloomlngdala Betoroed Church. Montfort awarded a mandamus F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and against Auditor Norman to compel believe him perfectly honorable in ono with a sprained shoulder-Willia- ms, transactions, and finanthe center, Vaught with a Thb CsxrAom Cokfawt, 77 Mobray Strrrt, New York. him to pay over the appropriation to all businessto carry out any obligacially able lame back and Hudson, Hardin and the Kentucky Commissioners. An tions made by the firm. & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Van Winkle, who had all been sick imAppeal was taken and the case West for a week. Wo got the ball on the mediately transferred to the Court of Toledo, Ohio Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole- toss up but the whole team played Feb. AppealB, which advanced it on the sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. listlessly and lost tho ball after gaindocket and set the hearing for next Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interTuesday. A number of the nally, acting directly upon the blood ing about twenty yards. The Cincinpapers of the State, lead astray and mucous surfaces of the system. nati team then, by bucking"the end, Sold by all got the ball to our fifteen yard line. 75c. per bottlo. by the sensational and mis- Price, druggists. They would swing their whole rush leading reports of the decision ESTABLISHED 1SSX. of tho lower court in the Louisville The Week's Exchange of Property. line around, one after tho other against our right end, and it is a play Times and Courier-Journahave Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, drawn the inference that the Auditor Margaret Jenkins, of Woodford almost impossible to stop. Perdue was given a black eye by the court county, conveyed to Alice Goins a is using it almost exclusively this and that the Fair Commissioners tract of eignt acreB in Bridgeport, in year and have made all their best Thos. P. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, were jubilant over their victory. It this county, for the consideration of runs by it. The end first tries to shove the end opposite him a'side, Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary was simply a decision in accordance ?1,300. the tackle shoves him on, the half with Auditor Norman's previously Joseph Duvall conveyed to G. C. Business Correspondence, Shorthand, back, with the ball, pushes him, then Business writing, expressed belief but directly opposed Smither, for 750, a tract of twenty-si- x the guard centre and rest of the line .Book-keepin-g, Typewriting, Commercial Law, to Gov. Brown's views upon which acres a few miles below the city, on he recalled the Legislature at an ex- the Kentucky river. He also con- come right on after them in order. Arithmetic, Grammar, Spelling, etc. pense of 70,000 to the tax payers. veyed to John F. Long and Stephen It is the best play I over saw and will Night school from September to June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced student finished. Diplomas nwarded. Cutxlogue In press. Application made for Incorporation. The commissioners, eversincelast Au- B. Hockens, for S00, a tract of thirty-tw- o quickly break an opposing team up. We have the best home school of business in the State of Kentucky. by using it on tho Univei- "Perdue, gust, when firstinformed by the Audiacres at the same place. sity of Michigan, so broke their team tor, might have had such a decision P. about the middle of September, but Jane A. Currens and Waller 600, up they had to quit the game fifteen " WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE Lewis and others, conveyed, for minutes before time was out. When instead of taking action then, they to James K. Lewis, a farm of 161 f.liov frh fr nnr flfhonn vnrrl lino Vintu. were forced to do it after a delay of ever, our team woke up and began to more then two months, and yet the acres on Stoney Creek. S. V. Pence conveyed to Chus. M. play and they could not gain another unfair statements of the papers mentioned would make it appear Brawner, for 260, a lot containing inch.. We then gob the ball and Hudson, by an end run, got to the that both the Governor and the com- one acre, on Stoney Creek. center of tho field, and by successive missioners regard the decision by Democratic Ratification. runs we had gotten to their ten yard "STour Judge Montfort as a victory for them. t and would have gotten a touch down To say the least, in candor and honXText House-Cleaning- 1 The Democrats of the city and next play when time was called. esty, it is very cold comfort they can July2-ly- . find in the termination of the case, county propose to have in this city The Cincinnatishad the ball the next Thursday, a grand demonstra- next half but by this time our men which ever way it maj' go. tion of joy over their victory in tho had their blood up and were playing FOR SALE. election, of Cleveland last Tuesday. hard and they lost it after throe The Street Railway. Tho programme has not vet been downs, not being able to gain any SVC TIIK FVRi OF T IE LATE CAPT. 1111104 The cars began to run Saturday and outlined, but the following commit- thing. Montfort was then given the 1 rit ele. ly u ; on 'Mi 'tent uky rWar, 0 twlow Fran'ictorc. Tills property has a ijool on arrangements have been se- ball for an end run and when he waB hundreds of people enjoyed the sight. tee dwelling nf se en romn;iill kliulsotoutbjllil-lius- ; and requested to meet this tackled lost the ball, which bounced I tjne'iient ho is s::l tobtcoo bir s; is well . At last the switches and the guard lected wacered and his o:i. of t in b..st landing on the . A Here pirtlou of the land Ii i rails on the curve, have been laid-O- afternoon at two o'clock at the office right into the arms of their right ben In C. West's Nerve Dr. Brain It nolo nart Saturday morning the rails across of County Attorney L. F. Johnson, guard, with a clear field before him, mvvt. E. iniiinmfppd nnpcltl and lltxtjrl.Trkat- sens for imuiyInyetn, u iMih! in for tobaccoof It XiWvl. for ii Him blui(ii'tv. Hul viz: John T. Buckley, chairman, R. and he scored a touch down amid ness, Convulsions, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia, wl be sold as n who nr divided Into two trusts. tho bridge were placed in position Heudnche. Nervous Prostration caused by the iw Possession ivbii on, the 1st of next March. For or tobucco. wakefulness. Montal and on that afternoon two street cars D. Armstrong, Harry Thomas, Newt. oppresHive silence, but they failed to of alcohol Softening of the Brain resulting In De-- term unplv to L. U. ii V1HHALI . u presMon, Frankfort, Ky. were put in motion. Another car Harrod, John H. Moore, Jeff. Lewis, kick troal. Our eleven then becran to sanity and leadline to misery, dec iy and death, Sdut. 3m. George Quarles, M. B. Lucas, Ben play for all they were worth, and Premature Old Age, Barreness. Loss of Power was put on Wednesday, and later, WM. In either se, Involuntary Losses and Spermawhen the turn out switches arrive, Head, Albert Jefiers, L. F. Johnson, afterwards Cincinnati never got the torrhoea caused by overexertion of the bruin, self- a'l of the other cars will be running. W. O. Herndon, J. E. Kirtley, J. W. ball past the center of the field. oiih month's treatment. 81.00 nbwe. or alx boxes j AT TO K IN B T "AT"- - AW "We had only about twenty min- tU( UW, OUIJfc UJ JI1UIJ iUJ'UU Ull AClsl'lJIb UL t'WUC. It was a novel sight certainly to see Gaines, Peter Fuhs and W. L. Pence. the cars moving for the first time The committee to provide speakers utes left to win in, but it was plenty. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. RBA.L JBSTATB A.GJ5NT. along tho streets of a city 106 years for the occasion are Ben T. Farmer, ' We gained ten yards from the middle To cure un.i case. With each orderrecelved by us IITILL rBACTICB IN THB C0TJBT8 Of old, and hundreds of people were P. McDonald, W. C. Herndon and L. of the field on a wedge, fifteen more for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will Franklin and th. adjoining counties, ua ,. Nil.,. 1T .!4.4. rill Alio give ipActal ttentlon our written to rethe ntmhui out on the corners to enjoy the in- HUUIJiUl. IIIU UUUUllUtCU Ull finance on tho buck of the center by Swango. send the purchaser the treatment guarantee effect snd sale of ral estate, collection to rrnta. elalai. does not fund the money If of is composed of Vernon L. Clark, B. and then Van Winkle, by a magnifi- a curp. Guarantees Issued only by THE and tb legottAtifln of loans. auguration of the enterprise. The CO., and J. W. GAYLE, Inriauw cars are quite neat and easj' riding B. Jeifers, Whit Hall and Noel Gaines. cent run around tho right end, aided Frankfort, Ky. by tho best interfering I ever saw, and the patronage thus far has even scored a touch down in two minutes Capt. Sanford Goin's Will. exceeded the expectations of the after the ball was put in play. most sanguine, and in course of time, "Berry kicked goal and pandemoThe will of Capt. Sanford Goin, Wo will pay the above reward for any case of as the business of the road will justi Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Sic:t lleadavhe, InOCKEYE. fy, tho extensions to other parts of deceased, was admitted to probate nium reigned for five minutes. We digestion, Constipation, or Costlveutss we cannot had every thing our own way after cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the the city will leave no room to doubt before County Judge Williams last directions are strlctl) compiled with. They are that handsome returns will accrue Monday. It is dated May 31st, 1887, that: scored another touch down in ttureiy vogeiuDio, mm never rail to give satisrac from tho investment. At present, and was witnessed by Mr. J. M. fifteen minutes, and had the ball atj only by however, the distance is short and Wakefield and Capt. G. W. Daniel. their fifteen yard line when time was tutioun. The j,genuine munufactureduiinniui ui.gi uijii Atiii iui4 uuim W. Pruett is named the execu- culled ILL. Korsuloby all drusKlsc. CURES liberal encouragement should be Mr. J. "Berry, who was thrown on his In the flrdt given to the projectors of an enter- tor without security. MANHOOD RESTORED. prise, to establish which public spirit paragraph the testator says that he head in the first part of the game, I 0NATIWn.l Mm A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 yaars as tho BEST Wonderful Hponloli and faith in tho city's future had to bequeathes his soul to God and his was half dazed all through it, and Ueiucdv. is sold with a REMEDY FOR PILES. body to tho earth in the Frankfort fainted immediately after it was over, Written Ouorontoo rnptrdt7lUCJUIlDS0:(TAYI.0BUXD. CO., BT.L0UIS. battle with and overcome alluring to cure all ncivous such as Weak temptations to place money in safer cemetery, and requests that tho flag, remaining unconscious for half an Memory, Loss of Drain then in his possession and under hour, but he played a magnificent l'owor, JlouUnche, and bettor paying channels, and that Wal:cIiilne3!,J.o3t Manwhich he faithfully tried to serve his game, nevertheless, and made a hood, Nerrousnesj, blighting opposition to all growth country in the hour of danger, bo number of the finest tackles Before & After Uso. I loss cf all dralDS and power of tlio and prosperity which lias too long "8(JrAND 111 Generative oifans in Photographed from Ufa, Olx 1 C wrapped around his cofiln and buried I ever saw, some of them from either ecx. cau:cti iy retarded this city with its cry that youthful indiscretions, or tlio excessive a distance uf at least ten feet. ae of tobacco, opium, or etlirulauts, which ultimately "we aro getting along well enough with his body. lend to liillrinlty,Conuniptlnti and Iirunlty. It was tho In convenient form ti carrv In tlio vest Mx:ki't. I'nt ti In the second paragraph he recites He is all right 1'ilco walking and don't need any cars to a package, or 0 for $5. Willi every ii ordir wo elve a rido in." Push out, givo the work- a deed to Mr. Walter Franklin, for roughest game we have over played. ft to euro or rofunu tho written guarantee to any money, hentliy .Circular ing men a chance to build their homes certain real estate at tho corner of One of their men had an arm dislo in plain envelope. mnll thinaddress. Address, free paper. Mention MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. nranch Office for U. S. A. in tho suburbs where thev can buv Lewis and Clinton streets and also cated and another had to quit the . .l, pi DeaiLoru Street, CHICAGO, none ,1 i,uy uio am oi streett cars personal property, of date Aug. Otll game, he was so broken up, but wore FOR SALK IN FRANKFORT, KYILL. ".., ground ana . UY easily reach their business in the 1870, for the benefit of certain per-cit- ol our men excepting Berry and it will not be many years sons and uses, not mentioned in the injured. They had a quarter back P fl. CARPENTER, DrUflfllSt. before tho remark is made here that will, and which deed of trust, he from Perdue, who taught them their South fclclc. August is heard frequently in every city again confirms in tho will, but in tho end trick, a guard from tho Univerw where street cars run, that the won-- 1 ' fear that the title may bo affected sity of Michigan and a full back from all nil der is not so much as to why the city after tho trust lias expired, ho states Andover, but on Thank sgiving dayi keeps spreading but how did that all the property owned by him with our eleven in good trim, we will THK L.IROE RESIDKNCE PROPERTY OF 1 Mrs. P. R. Hunt, lately tho people manage to got along with- - at tho time of his death is to go to beat them so bad they will not know W. Hanllii. Hltimted at the occunled by (ion. P. south oml of Shelby his children of his second wife, they have boon playing. Swango Htreot, South Kraukfo it. There are 25 acres In out tho cars. -1 Crr?R.r, Nannio, and in tho event thoy should and Van Winkle wore the horoes of the pluw), all In ram except the garden. Splendid location for u dairy. u?r)iJ&-gM A Runaway. die, to tho children of his first wife, the day and wore both packed off ViiANKraitT, Sopt. 24, 1892,-t- lfRANK CIUNN. vj the field amid tremendous applause. share and share alike. miitaWorJitMrt4AHii&mstuJtti Monday afternoon two boys by the Nearly all tho professors wore there Notice. name of Wainscott and Edwards, He declares it to be "tho best and, if anything , were more excited croup.1 Mr. than the boys. I saw two or three remedy from near Olifton, in Woodford n m , for cough and m.. ... UI UP AS A STRAY RY C. H. JULIAN, A county, were timing up uroauw ay m T . r.nn n ' nll,,, fffM mtn yB UmfmmmtMMiA JmtMlUmmKmnmMkmmwfi ovriln in throw their hats in the air and yell , farmer living ubout eight mllen from Frankbuggy, tVHU tlO UllVjr the house all the time. It is the best as loud as any of the boys. You hud fort, one black sow. with crop off of left par. a light p which has been valued by the underlined at were turning in to St. Olair street remedy for cough and croup I ever better go to Louisville Saturday to eight dollars. ,i. w. ijuhannan. ilBF1"1"1 see us play there." uct. 7, J. P.F.C. their horso took fright and ran awny used." KKAMFOfiT ROUNDABOUT, IV I- - i H M hoi-Be- vt :-- Infants m w M w m vm a 13-l- r. y&y " M$R ,.i- Capital City Business College. .' l, ,1i" . lUl u . ','M ilcrM ,M I j j I j APOLI j4.' YA ".' I &re Quiokly Married. Try It In xi ')l nl rlv-r- ' 4 1 1 CROMWELL, I $500 Reward! TABLER'SDH C ! hmmu 10-l- NTMENT: -- to-da- y. j , y, ' 13-l- MertijBiitCl &j?flrf lorv " " mmmmt f. im. 1 no-to- n..u u. Estray 1892-l- , "I MASTIN BROTHER Agents For G-TXDX- T COLTS, 51- i In the World For the Money ! PARKER and L. C. SMITH F Two Vestibuled Trains. o-xjiv-s Loaded Shells, Shultz E. C. and Black Powder. HORSE BLANKETS and BUGGY ROBES TIME , table;. WEST. The following titno tablets now in Sect upon the L. fc,N. frond : TUAINS No.231envosFrnnkfort No. 17 leavos Frankfort No. 21 loaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINB EABT. 6:60 ft. m 9:40 ft. m'. 8:00 p. m 7:38 p.m. No. 18 leaves Frankfort No. 20 leaves Frankfort No .24 arrives Frankfort No. 22 leaves Frankfort 17 21 .... .... 10:10 4:35- 7.48 9:16 connect at Lagraage Wos. 23, and for Cincinnati. No. 23 and 21 connect nt Anchorage for Bloomtlold Branch. V. W. Alexandku, p. m. p. m. p. m. a. m. Agent. fliAMFOKT ROUNDABOUT 12, 1892. FRANKFORT, NOV. V! '1 v p 1' , nose may be found on those who have brilliant minds, but disposed to be nose vain and ironical. A turned-u- p signifies a weak, playful person, with more dash and enterprise. than ability to execute. Thick lips may mean either genius or Blupidity; and thin lips, sharpness of temper, cruelty and avaricious-nesIf the lips are generally compressed, there is a disposition shown to falsehood and treachery. A mouth cut straight across the face indicates resolution without delicacy, while a mouth like Cupid's ' bow shows both refinement and tact. ' A large mouth means a strong will; a small mouth, a weak character. If the upper lip extends beyond tho lower, it shows a weakness of intention; if the lower rests beyond the upper, it expresses arrogance and conceit. s. i I The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway have put on two complete now vestibule trains to take the place of those formerly run to and from Louisville and Lexington. They have also arranged to run the sleeping cars through between Louisville, Lexington and New York withON MAIN STEET, TO out change at Washington. This arrangement will bo of grea't convenience to persons in Central Kentucky as it does away with all changes of BasEmEnt nf cais and depot. HnteL The new trains are beautiful in design and finish and are heated by CQThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a steam and lighted by electricity, short time. affording every known luxury to the JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANJKT STREET, the Capital PHYSIOGNOMY. a - Deaths. Moore Mr. J. H. Moore, who resided on the farm formerly owned by Mr. Ike Wingate, deceased, at Wood-- , lake, died Tuesday night. Kennedy E. J. Parker, the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ken nedy, died Monday and was buried from the Catholic Church Tuesdav. Mrs. J. S. Jackson died at the residence of her husband in Lexington on Friday evening of last week, Mrs. Jackson after a brief illness. was formerly Miss Sallio Hughes, oldest daughter of Mr! V. J. Hughes, of this city. She leaves a husband and two small children, the youngest only a few weeks old, to mourn her loss. Tho funeral took place Sunday and the remains were interred in the Lexington cemetery. Bullock Rev. J.J.Bullock, D. D., who was many years ago the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in this city, also for a number of years tho Chaplain in tho United State Senate, died Wednesday at the home of his son in Lexington. Ho was the father of Mr., Cabell Bullock, who was Deputy Insurance Commissioner, both under Mr. Bedford Leslie and Three other Major L. C. Norman. sons and his wife survive. Moore Col. Laban T. Moore, of Oatlettsburg, Colonel of the 14th Ky. Infantry in U. S. Army during the war, member of Congress, Judge of tho Circuit Court and Representative of his district in tho State Senate in tho early part of tho 80's, and a gentleman who was well known over the State and beloved for his sterling worth whorever known, especially in this city where he has often sojourned for months at a time, died suddenly Wednesday with heart failure. His body will bo burled today. j How to Read Character in the Face. What the Eyes, Nose, Mouth and Chin Tell. In selecting partners in business or Jn the matter of close friendship or wedded love it would be well to scan the features of the person to be selected and then try him or her by the rules of physiognomy, which every one, whether in tending to do so or not, unconsciously employs in making up their first impressions of a stranger's face. The rules of physiognomy are the result of the observation and experience of the , I : ?t traveler. An honest Swede tells his story in plain buc unmistakable language for the benefit of the public. "One of my children took a severe cold and got the croup. I gave her a of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and in five minutes later I gave her one more. By this time 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 and vomited; then she went back to bed and slept good for the remainder of the night. She got the croup the second night and I gave her the same remedy with the same good results. I write this because I thought there might be some one in the same need and not know CALL the true merits of this wonderful medicine." Charles A. Tiiompseen, Des Moines, Iowa. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Qayle, Drugtea-spoonf- ul Rmtht Furniture flifactiirli Co. Have opened Sale Eoonis on Ann Street, near Christian Church. 0HD SEE ID H. G. GET PRICES. gist. 1 m ages. It may not be altogether just to judge entirely by the rules, for one prominent feature is sometimes so modified by other full or partly developed features that none but an expert physiognomist or phrenologist can toll the proportion of actuating pqwer in each. Still there is no doubt that the characteristics of many people may be easily read in For instance, it their faces. may be set down as a rule that large bulging eyes denote great cftavseness and volubility, while small eyes, especially steel gray in color, Those who indicate intelligence. looking at you are in the habit of with a half shut eye, are also intelligent, but secretive while wishing to appear unobservant. Eyes slant ing upward from the nose are those of a hypocrite and deceiver, and eyes slanting downward from the nose show cruelty and malevolence. 'Black eyes are snaky and not to be trusted, brown bolong to the gazelle, are kind and honest and to bo loved. The gray eye is generally selfish, but it will enforce respect. Blue eyes speak of tenderness and love and are to bo adored. The mixed eye, of course, partakes of the nature of the form and colors of the eyes described. A square heavy ohin is generally seen on a person of groat firmness and forjao of character. A pointed or receding ohin belongs to one who is weak and irresolute. Dimples in the cheeks signify roguery and in the ohin a fondness to flirt. Merit and power are shown in a "The White Slave." Bartlev Camrjbell's beautiful idvl of antibellum clays in the South be-- 1 fore President Lincoln had issued his CURES ALL MATTEEF, ties:: I I immortal emancipation proclamation and the guns ot loyalty ana union V fUnruWi had shivered the battlements and dogmas of slavery and secession- - The White Slave was the attraction 334 MAIN STREET, at the People's last night, and judg-- 1 ' Consumption Cured. ing from the demonstration of the "I believe It to be one of the best medicines FRANKFORT. KY. large audiences scored a hit that will "Ol'l. The physicians, twi years ago. said my consumption, both I insure a big business Tho White j wife hail to send her outh forhint's affected. to have Slave needs no criticism. Its merits keep hud alive, but since she several springs her has been taking RoVt-.B- . pro- - Radam's Microbe Killer sho has been right at are well known and properly ' home attending to her business, nndls In better duced, there is nothing on the Amer- - health than she has been In 20 years. xJj?s7--5r:E:E- 2, lnni ofnrrn Vin4- nntionia wavq ofiAnv. "K. T. POOLE. Cedartown. Ua." ly to the hearts of tho people. Mr. ii-iLrankfort, Ky. Kennedy's company is a very proficiSeveral Diseases Cured. ent one. It is headed by a very clever "I cheerfully testHv to the curative powers ot BxaTiHQUAirrr. and capable actress, Miss Carrie Having been u sufferer from tfSsT 15 QOUTlTT. jour medicine. who essays the title role. Her weak lungs, bronchial affection and Indigestion, after taking Killer ull work merits the strongest commen symtoms have Microbe disappeared. of the abovo entirely dation, she is emotional to a high de" ours, etc., gree, and gives tho character of Lisa THUS T. TV1VIQ "Janitor Howard Memorial Library. all the prominence intended by the "New Orleans, Lu." author without overdoing it. Milt Barlow, the old Minstrel, and Frank Asthma and Catarrh Cured. Drow, a well known and popular acCREAM "I have been a sufferer from asthma and tor, are both with the company, and catarrh, for more than two years past, getting distinguished themselves by neat most of my sleep sitting up In bed or reclining In sscr DISLASES PI trailer, j j ; Pranklia - y. Rad-clifi- e, WORMS! HUE'S FOR 20 YEARS 7 numBPSOH-TATLOBMBCO,, work. young Clem, banjo MM' - Killer for tllteendajs I am entirely cured, after Late Saturday after- especially fine. -- Toledo Blade. two years with malarial finer, and being At tho Opera House Novomber 10. during sick which time I contracted other diseases, noon Gen. Ferd VanDerveer, of Hamlltu, etc. I was atended during this time by three ilton, O., died of apoplexy. He was Mr. Ohas. Carman, from Peters- of the best doctors ot the city without being bene"WM. DOHERTY. well advanced in age, and a promi- burg, 111., writes: ''I know Salvation fitted, "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." bo a very good remedy for nent and well to do citizen of his Oil to Cures Itadam's Stato. During tho war he served in neuralgia, rheumatism, burns, tooth- Mr.Diseases by Microbe Killer Cause. all Itcmotiug tho ache and cuts. Wo aro never withthe Federal army with distinction out it." circular and the Send 2 cents stamp for a . and has ably filled a number of MIcroho War, shows what disease Is and.whattho remedy must be, and do, to cure It. Read It, oflices of honor and trust. At the For Rent. circulate It und you will the discoverer for saving largo nose and a small nose your life. Address time of his death he was Judgo of indicates good nature, but an ab-- i the Common Pleas Court. Mr. J. M. The place formorly owned by Dr. HAIUM'S MICUOBE KILLKR. Nashville. Tenn. W. GAYLE or LKCOMPTE& GAYLEUO. Tho J. agents Cross W. n. eenco of the energy and tho his brothors and house Hall, on five Street. and solo Jim, for Franklin county. VanDerveer and rooms contains force to be consistent and conserva- sister, Miss, Minnie, and Mrs. John Largo yard and garden, kltohon. UNIVERSITYofVIRGINIA tive iiTtho affairs of life. W. Milam, of this city, aro a number with good stable and water on premA perfectly straight nose is a sign to Dr. E. E. VA. Cn.VRl.OTTSVlLLE, of tho noicos and nephews of tho ises. For terms apply Hume. of a pure and noble soul, and a Roman deceased. Next session begins 16th Sept. Courses In Art, ... m Engineering. nose shows a 'propensity for advenf Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ment apply to Law, Medicines. For announceture and conquest. Tho curved, thin Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. WM. M. THORNTON, LL.. D., Chairman. Britton, and Andy Collom, as were favorites. The lattor's playing was one of tho most popular features of the performance. The entire company is exceptionally strong and patrons of tho People's this week will see something for their money. The play is well staged, the scone on the cotton plantation being Messrs. Maurice Drew, as a chair. Killer, I hat o used one lug of Rndam's Microbe and for the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly und 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. VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. "Cashier In Bank of Adalnllle.tta." "EDWIN R. MOORE. Fever and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after tiklng Microbe Vrttuti ,SOL.D EVERYWHERE. BT.LOC1S, VanDerveer Nurseries FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUECRASS ? ram 8M ALL rilUITS. W8 k. OF ALL KINDS. Vines, ami ovcivihlmr tiaiiiillv found In bucIi tin otubliWinienl. A full Mode. Prices Low. we pity nn agents. DebCMptlvo cntaloucsDn upplli.itlon. ASI'AKAOUS. GltArE lC-l-y. 5-t- f. H. F. Oct. . m LEXINGTON HJLLEiMfYSR t m K .' J-C- ik , ,.t A. 'W'1 PV " yMmrw7T fpnw'i i rl'V JOHlT T. F. EiXJOISLnLj.ES",,Sr9 .Aert, 4gk 4 k. M." t, a, W wJiai ijM)vjjmMf - j ! ' dHrT s t" to A- - K mJ ( i M! wPW i f jf pi K ,; T !k rt few Vr CBPIU i i vv ITranlcfort, KIv, es i "V V v "j 0 ever brought to Frankfort. Olives, Olive LfJtlPUf IvI'flPPri Oil, French Peas, Mushrooms, Asparagus, dllUff HI UuGI I ecc, in glass ana tin; ingw itaaru, Trumes, j Pineapple and Oream Cheese, California Evaporated Fruits, New Oat Meal, Jtearl Barley, &c. CALL AND SEE OUR GOODS WHETHER YOU PURCHASE OR NOT WE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, one of the choicest and most complete lines of WARD CLAASS PECTICiLL umber, GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - las Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosetsv J. HEENET, The South Side Grocer. Religious. We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers olchurchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish IPB AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Opposite State House. A,,l.,,AAJWfUAJW.JlittrJk a&tjp m 7:00 Egbert. - -The Sick List -- Mrs. J. T. Larkin, Southern Presbyterian ChurchRev. W. G. Neville will occupy his Mrs. J. M. Watts, Mrs. Wm. Phelps morning at 11 Mrs. Jose Aubrey, Mr. Sam. Clark, pulpit o'clock and at 7 p. m. Col. Charles E. Taylor, Mr. Peter Jett. Photograph Gallery Mr. F. M. Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Penick, the rector, will occupy Caldwell, of Paris, is having a gallery morning erected at the end of the bridge, on pulpit his at 11 o'clock and in the evening at the North Side, next door to the 7:00. Todd Brother's store. Explosion Adieus Collins, colored, First Presbyterian Church Rev. J. McClusky Blayney. D. D., sustained the loss of a finger and had the pastor, will occupy his pulpit his arm badly lacerated Tursday by morning at 11 and at a blast at the quarry near the railp. m. road bridge, in Bellepoint. Bubby Kincaid, in an altercation Monday night with a man named Warfield, received two cuts in the shoulddernear tho neck, with a knife, but the wounds aio not serious. The sale of Messrs. Snow Brothers, in this county, took place on Satur day of last week, was largely attendStock ed and the bidding lively. horses brought $31 to $100: cattle from 7.50 to $16.25 per head; sheep $3 per head; cows from $23 to $30 per head, and other stock in porportion. Mr. as II. F. Showalter officiated made.l Chapman, Dr. Sam. B. Holmes. Mr. Ben. T. Farmer and Mr. Edward Honsley. As neither Mr. Cleveland, LOCAL. when Piesident before, nor President Nick Sullivan resigned as extra Harrison pursued the policy of on the police force and his place was making removals before the expirafilled by the selection of Mr. Frank tion of the term, it is probable that Top Drawer. Pnze Word Puzzle 4 EXPLANATION : Thf folto'ving nilspl ired letters constitute when properly arranged the name ol the most popular music publication on the continent, niut the publishers of l he Canadian Music Folio arn orterliiR a Prize Competition In connection with It, the sole object beliiRto attract attention to their handsome publication and Increase theclrcu-latlo- n or It As t the reliability of TnK Cxnadian Music Fomo Company, and tho estl-mon In which they aro held In Toronto, Canada, where they ure best known, contestants In this competition aro referred to any of the "Mercantl e Agencies" or leading Dally Newspapers of Canada, who will verify the statement that we ure the only house in the Competition business In Canada that faithfully ran les out what It advertises, nd furthermore. 'Ours" Is the only advertisement of this kind th it The Toronto Globe (the hading Canadian Newspaper) will accept, which Is but auother proof of our integrity. at under the circumstances, will not give himself much uneasiness about the efforts now made to secure the weightiest petitions for the capture of the office. Mr. SafTell, The Electropoise. I have been suffering from partial paralysis and nervous prostration, and was getting worse when I heard of the Electropoise. I have been using it about one month, and am astonished at its work. It has done me more good than all the medicine heretofore taken and, although I am nearly seventy years old, I feel like a new man. I can not say too much for the -- r r J Dear Sir: For several years Lexington, Ky., Sept. 29, 1892 -- 0SANIALU I0ICM DFMOA llrst-l-i.ifc- It ...J ...Ji ? the pastor. Catuuhu Church The uoaal services at the Churcn of the Good Shepherd will be conducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, a. m., low mass High mass at at 10 a. m., andvespers at 7:00 p. m. 8 Electropoise Methodist Church Rev. H. G. Henderson, the pastor, will preach tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7 o'clock. Sunday-school We treat all nervous and chronic diseases. It does not cost you a cent to consult us, and you may be beneDescriptive pamphlet tree. fited. Address or call at ELECTROPOISE OFFICE, Room 10, Norton Bloclc, corner Fourth and Jefferson streets. Louisville, Ky. Henry Gilbert. i i i i i 4 The Epworth League , meets in the evening at 6:30 in the class room. at 9:30 a. m. Specimen Cases. dered, his Liver was affected, to an ilarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Elej-tri- o Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrodsburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg oj eight years' .standing, used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba. O., had five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by the South Side drug store, 3 P. H. Carpenter. S. H. Cliflbrd, Now Cassel, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach was disor- auctioneer. er will occupy the pulpit morning at 11 o'clock. No services at night. Rev. W. C. Taylor., the pastor, is attending the meeting of the Baptist General Association of Kentucky at Covington. Baptist Church Rev. W. B. Coop- citement this week has been so great as to cause Messrs. Kleinhans & Simonson, of the Mammoth Clothing Store, of Louisville, to withdraw their proposition for an excursion and complimentary tickets to the performance y of Lillian Russell in LaCigale at the Louisville Auditorium. Tho money paid for tho excursion tickets will be refunded by writing to tho Mammoth House in Louisville. Convict Captured Warden Sam. Norman, while at his home in May-fiel- d to vote, chanced to recognize Henry Haydon, a colored convict, who had made his escape from the penitentiary four times, the last in 18S0, since which time he has been at large, and made several trips across the ocean from Charleston, S. 0., to Liverpool. Haydon, when arrested by the Warden, made no denial of his identity, but said he was ready to return and serve his sentence out. He was brought back here Wednesday. Though the The Post-offic- e term for which Mr. James M. SafTell r in this was appointed city does not expire until April, 1894, the victory of the Democratic party to-da- Lillian Russell The political ex- i i i i i i Criming OrfURCxi The usual services by the pastor, Rev. George at 11 and 7:16. Darsie, Night subject, ''Withstanding God." The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 6:35. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian Church is on a boom, the weekly prayer meeting almost Ailing the lecture room every Sunday evening. protracted meeting at the Christian Church in Carlisle on Monday. Rev. B. w i i i The publishers of Tiik CNAimN Miwir Folio will clve an Elwant Span of Driving uny Horses with CaHKUGE and HAKNESs COMPLETE, valued at SWM (delivered free In corpart nf the United States) to t o tlrct person who can arrange the above three words (anv make rectly; to the hecond will Le given n Lady's or Gentleman's SAFETY BICYCLE desired) with PNEUMATIC TIKE; to the thlirt will be given an Elegmt Ladj's orGentle-man- 's SOLID GOLD WATCH utlued at $125. to the fourth will be given a genuine DIAMOND RING (Lady's or Gentleman's); to tne llfth will be given an elegant CHINA DINNER SEKVHJE (12-- Plects); to the sixth a SWISS MUSIC BOX (pidying 12 pieces); s VIOLIN. GUITAR. BANJO or MANDOLIN; to the to the seventh choice of a the tenth in elirhthn KODAK CAMEUVtto the ninth u FRENCH MNTEL CLOCK: toTOILET SET HANOUKT LAMP: lo the eleventh ROYAL WORCESTEit (13 nieces): n1t lill70J arrange tne letters of the anove three words correctly, and enclose same with (15) 1IFTELN munTivn.'TDiKTicv t;TAMP3 fnrnnn nionth's tilnl subscription to our MUSIC i 01,10. Jlrst will be awarded tho first prize and the The person whoso envelope Is others In order of merit. Every person has an equal chance, and you know exactly or can you are getting. linn out tho merits of what To the person endlnir the last correct answer will be given an PIANO, valued at SGOO: to the llrst person from the last sending u correct uuswerwlUbe CiVeil u Gentleman's Fine hulu sapiuuj w ibii, wuich nunra ura iiuura iiiiu uum v. the hours, on small Cathedral gong at pleasure, and valued at $300; to the second froin SIL- BICYCLE (any make) PNEUMATIC TIRE; to the third an ANTIOUE v 'Sif.wwu vPVMiiKK: to the, fourth from the last an ANTIOUE OAK BEDROOM SUITE:., to,. the fifth from the last a handsome SlLVbit ihiiviur... iu iiiu diaiii uuui I,a,,,,tlf,il P1AVD T.AMP; tn tll Hl'VIMltll It lIOZF.M iaeii Quadruple Plato Silver ,1... a FINE CHINA TEA SERVICE and SPOONS; to the eighth from the KNIVES FORhS Ml nieces); to the ninth from tho last apalr of genuine CROWN DERBY VASES; to the tenth from the lnstu FRENCH CHINA FISH SET. hiuI manyo her prizesi In order of merit. Wo shall give away 2'.0 VALUABLE PRIZES besides special prizes If there should be so ninny sending correct uiiHW.tr) . No charge is made for boxing or packing prizes. The nners, will bo published hi connection wltu our advertise-meii- t iiaiMM of tho leading prlze-in lending newMiiuersnext month purpose of Nothing is charged fur prizes In any way. They are are i incr. tiring the circulation of nur Folio. We handle all lines of Mieet iiiujIc. andwhijh he is only ' House" In th trade supplying tho consumers dlre.--t tie wholesale price .. public that sine to win jour patron ige. We have outllveJ tho prejudice Ishers the "Fake" have iigilnst und pub of Journals Piil.li COMPJ.TITiON brought about by untciupulous patent medicine men, as we have not advertised to give overyth ng. bat have given everything we advertised. This month's Issue contains the following copyright music "FAIRY ECHOES," REVERIE. I SKTII.VATA" tt'ALTZE-1- . (Comic Song) don't cry." "FACES," WHIiPElt-.- " MORCEAU. hush "SPRING (Vncal. ANDALUOIa" WALTZES, Grejit Success. "OVER THE WAVLS," WA .TZES. 5'J pages in all.. "MY MOTHER'S KISs." (Vocal). ou ever saw in tne musteline, write If this Is NOT BY FAR THE GREATEST vaiue argument. No nnwer will be noticed us and we will refund your m me without quibble or stumps, within thirty days after this advertisement that does not contu'n 30 cenu in Addresj: post-marke- d ( ,.,,.., ( I ( lat ( .,.,,.., A I little girl I Ghesapeake&Ohio NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, TON, BOSTON and Ry. Rev. George Darsie will begin a WASHING- i i Canadian Music Folio IICUTIAM TUIR PAPRR. all Eastern Cities. TORONTO, CANADA. F. Cosby, pastor, will at preach at Cedar Chapel 11 o'clock u. m., and at Shiloh at 7 o'clock p. m. Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE, LEXINOTON and EASTERN POINTS. Time card In effect Nov. 1st, 1892. EAST BOUNU. JfTf rptWWVVW'VWW'&l'i'U'K'l have some splendid Surreys, Pheatona and that they offer cheap. f. NOV. 12-l- t. fci Rev. W. B. Cooper will preach the Thanksgiving sermon at the Union Services, to be held this year in tho turned the attention of the "boys Baptist Church, a week from next has trenches" towards the preparain the Thursday, at 11 a. m. tion of becoming a worthy successor of Mr. Saft'ell. Already petitions are LADIES in circulation for signatures of the Needing a tonic, or children who want buildcitizens, and postal guides and railing up, should take road routes made the daily study of BROWN'S IKON BITTKHS. It is pleasant ; cures Malaria, Indigestion, the applicants. Those most promiBiliousness, Liver ComplalnU and Neuralgia. nently mentioned for the place are m Post-mante- second-han- d 7:10 a.m. Atlanta Express. No. 22, dally Mid In ml Accom , No. 26, dally ex. Sun . .11:40 a. m, BugBie8 42-t- f. Vestlbuled Express, o. 21, dully. . . .0:10 v.u. Mt.SterllngAccom , No. 28, daily ex. Sun. 6:25 r. v. Lve. Lexington. MastinBroB. If you want a bargain in men's, boys', childrens' suits and overcoats call at Ed. Harris' old stand. Arr. Lexington. Lexington Accom,, No. 27, dally ex. Sun. 7:55 a m. LouIhvIIIo Express, No. 21, dully . . . .12:40 p.m. Lexington Accom . No. 25, dally ex. Sun. .4:16 r. M. Vestlbuled Express, No. 23,daily. . . . G:10i m. Folld Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York WEST liOUNU. Notice. AN FRANKLIN COUNTY BYCourt,ORDER OF THE Safety Vanlt nnd Trust the:Fninkfort Company has been appointed administrator of Alt the estate of Samuel Calmese, deceased. persons knowing themselves indebted to said called upon to settle same, and ull estate ure Cash Paid. WILL PAY THE HIGHEST without change No Bus transfers. Wadilngton, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Mr. G. R, Rodman, who was Mr. Saf-foll- 's predecessor, Mr. Wickliffo H. W. FIJLLKR, fieu'l. Pass. Agt,, D. C. Ass't Gtn'i. Puss. Agt. Cincinnati, O. C. B. RYAN, HARRIS SOL for tur skins, such as coon, red and persons having claims against the same are reproven. &c. irey fox. mink, otter, cat, oposum. muskrat, root, ; quired to present them properly k TRUST CO. FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT new Jiiid old feathers, ginseng and ye liow by Kaykttk Hewitt, President. bOL HARRIS. Ac Nov. KrunkToit.Ky. J. A. Scott, Attorney. Nov,12-8m- , 12-2- -- t.VAhi MhiJk H 7 .. j ;? mini wJhm mMm r TKWHInmUPWPP P 1 MKBMi IIIWMMMJWl r )j Jr1 jlj x Ml. F , K NICKEL ALARM. The People's Mascot. Hq Trouble! No Repairing! Ho Stem on this Clock! H ""ST ONES, And when you want Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, SILVERWARE, OPERA GLASSES, &c, Come to Us. SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS REGARDLESS OF COST. 1i ' mmHmiKmaamKammmmmimmBanmmmmmmmamKmmBHmmMamgmaimuKmmaanammmam Ve offer grand inducements on them all. M.A. SELBERT. Social Events. The Capital City Literary Society was entertained Tuesday evening by "Miss Lucy Phythian at her home on Mero street. Miss Marie Louise Averill, of the county, gave a birthday party Saturday, which Misses Lillian and Genevieve Lindsey, Mary Kieth Milps and Cordelia Bull, of this city, attended. Mrs. G. M. AdamB and Miss Fannie M. Trabue entertained the Ladies Afternoon Euchre Club yesterday. A large number of the members and a few invited friends were present but the late hour at which the game was concluded prevented a full report of the ontertainment. Mrs. A. D. Reid, of Indiana, who has been in the city for a week or more, has secured a class of young ladies who are interested in the science of Delsarte,or, in other words, the study of physical culture, which promotes the grace of natural poise .and movoment and the development of theliuman body. The clnss meets every afternoon at Prof. Wayland Graham's hall for practice, and as soon as the members become proficient in the exercises, it is proposed that a public entertainment for the benefit of Mrs. Reid be given at the Opera House about the 22d of this month The following ladies are now members of the class, but it is said that others will join it next week, viz: Mrs. J. M. VanDerveor, Mrs. 0. M. Waloutt, Misses May Pepper, Minnie -- Frankfort, Kentucky . Dr. Halo's Household Is f 1 ; I w Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about ''germs," "baceilli," &c, to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying tho ori ginal tested medicine. "Radam'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 fair and largely attended, despite the in this paper. Don't be deceived. inclement weather. It was an occa Wanted. sion in honor of Miss McElroy, of Bowling Green, and Miss Jennie Ladies Knott, of Lebanon, to meet whom, with throat and gentlemen suffering and lung difficulties to the invitations Included all the call at our store for a bottle of Otto's young ladies and gentlemen in tho Cure, which we are distributing free social olrole of tho city. Tho two of charge, and we can confidently superior remedy brides of the city and their husbands recommend it as a Bronchitis, Confor Coughs, Colds, wore the only married couples to sumption, and all diseases of the whom the Invitations were extended. throat and lungs. It will stop a The rooms were beautifully decorat- cough quicker than any known romedy. We will guarantee it to cure ed, tho predominating colors in the you. If your children have croup or parlors being yellow and in the din- whooping cough it is sure to give ing room pink. Miss Jennie Gaines instant relief. Don't doluy, but got and Miss Maggie Taylor assisted Mrs. a trial bottle free. Large size 50c. by Knott and Mrs. 'Chapman, tho duty Sold40 Chapman & Williams. of hostess, howovor, on account of iv rovn jiAOK Acnns, tho indisposition of Mrs. Knott, deOr you aro all worn out, really good for nothing, it U general debility. Try volving ohiolly on Mrs. Chapman. "VanDerveer, Nellie Orbison, Florence Stanton, Carrie Holt, Mary Hale, Bettie Kconon, Sallie Hole, Nellie Theobald, Maggie May Thomason and Annie Hall. The first meeting of the Ladies Afternoon Whist Club was held Thursday at the residence of Mrs. John W. Rodman. There were four tables and oight games. Mrs. E. Polk Johnson, in winning seven games, received the first prize, a Japanese baslcet filled with a great number of Japanese chrysanthemums, and Mrs. Kate Mauer, in winning six games, carried off the second prize, a silver call boll. The membership of the club includes the names of a great many who wore not present at the first meeting, but those present were as follows: Mrs. John W. Rodman, Mrs. Fanny M. Trabuo, Mrs. W. F. Dandridge, Mrs. R. P. Pepper, Mrs. J. S. CoHins, Mrs. John W. Hoadley, Mrs. Ohas. E. Haff, Mrs. Wiokliire Chapman, Mrs. G. M. Adams, Mrs. J. Swigert Taylor, Mrs. Kate Mauer, Mrs. E. Polk Johnson, Mrs Will SafTell, Mrs. Nannie Duvall, Miss Marie Haldeman, of St. Louis, Misses Todd SafTell and Joe Murphy. The next meeting will be held at the residence of Mrs. Kate Mauer, next Wednesday afternoon. Tho reception by Mrs. J. Proctor Knott and Mrs. Wickliffe Chapman Wednesday night was an elegant af- Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum We have only a few of them, in tho most soothing manner. Cures but every lady should have one. Ask at Inflamed nnd Granulated Eyelids. It is a bright little book about Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be OurStoreforaATew taken internally. A positive specific good carpet sweepers about twelve were delightfully passed in soI cial converse and the enjoyment of for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, -- HISSELL'S CARPET an elegant repast. Tnose invited were Chilblains, Sores of long standing, r -cTT Misses Virginia MoAteer. of Louis. nr different from all else; superior to all vrajaeas SWEEPERS. a I3rigktt ville; Marie Haldeman, of St. Louis; Annie Hines, of Bowling Green; Mary eiso; it nas no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes.s JSnef Way That everyone who lives on carDudley, of Louisville; Miss Pilking-ton- , Large size cheapest. Sold at Cakpen-teh'8 drug store. Mrs. Fanny M. Trabue, Mr. and pets ought to readf Sixteen pages Mrs. Will P. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. of new ideas put in a new way. Sol. Harris will sell you clothing Ben G. Williams, Misses Lucy Julian, loss than some people can buy Pattie Williams. Jennie Morris, Maria for n Lindsey, Isabelle Lindsey, Cordelia the nt wholesale. Lindsey, Mamie Bull, Laura French, Glad Tidings. Natalie Sawyier, Mary Campbell Saw-yieMinnie VanDerveer, Ura Leigh, The grand specific prevailAnnie Hale, Lutie Ware, Mary Watts ing malady of the for the age. Dyspepsia, Brown, Annie Brown, Mary Mason Liver Complaint, Rheumatism, Remember the place, St. Clair St., opp Court House. Scott, Kate Sanders, Lizzie Scott, General Debility, etc.. is Kuby Alacklin, Kuth Rodman, Lizzie Aunt Fanny's Hudson, Annie and Emily Tnomas, great herbal Health Restorer. This tonic stimulates the Margery Dudley Gay, Maggie ana digestive organs, regulates the sysMary Brent, Jennie McDonald, tem to vigorous health and energies. Jennie, Stites, Annie and Hallie Du- Samples free. Large packages 50c vall, Rebecca Avenil, Mary Ely, Ma- Sold by Chapman & Williams. 40 rion Lindsay, Birdie, Susan and Evelyn Brown, Fannie Crittenden, Laura It'will pay and Maria Pepper, Nellie Orbison, ing before you to look at our clothRose Crittenden, Christine Reynolds, save fally 25 you purchase; you can per cent, at Ed. Harris' Rebecca Johnson, Annie Headley, old stand. Todd Saffell, Sallie and Carrie Holt, m TIT"!! pledge ourselves in favor of Henrietta Blackburn, Kate Green, Is Marriage a Failure? Merrie Gillum, Kate Halioran, Ruth and Florence Stanton and Joe MurHave you been trj'ing to get the phy. Messrs. John Williams, Ed. of customers from Drane, George Hunt, Robert Burns best out of existence without health evercharge, adulterations and misstatements. Wilson, Harry Rodman, Sherwood in your family? Have you been Major. Paul Sawyier, Ed. Leigh, Lind- wearing out you life from the effects sey Hale, J. Coleman, Wit Snipman, of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and for every one with Ed. Stanton, Virgil Hewitt, John Indigestion? Are you sleepless at the merchant who does mo-- t for his customers. Murphy, Dick VanDerveer, Gen night? Do you awake in the morning Hewitt, Sherley Wintersmith, Frank feeling languid, with coated tongue of monopolistic Bull, Oraik Jackson, John Grant, W. and sallow, haggard looks? Don't do rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. it. A shout in the camp tells how R. Grilllth, Dr. Waller Dade, Will John Reading, Foster Baird, Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer has of the people's burden Woodford Longmoor, Charles Saf- cured others; it will cure you. Trial Large size 50c. at and buyer's bugbear tax profits. fell, Kenner Taylor, Thomas Averill, package free Edmund Taylor, James Dudley, Hen- Chapman & Williams. 46 ry Ware, Joe Rodman, John Rodman, Dr. J. McClusky Blayney, Ed. W. We have some second Hines, Robert Pepper, jr., John Can- hand buggies and first classfor sale. non, Frank Cannon, Gilbert Mastin, Call and see them phaetons if you want a barVernon L. Clark, French Hoge, Frank gain. Mastin Bros. BUY Halioran, George L. Payne, Ira Julian, Sam Blackburn, W. E. Baxter, Fayette Hewitt, jr., George L. Willis. Noble Lindsey, .Lewis D. Craig and Will Grayot. McElroy wearing a blue moire dress, trimmed in white lace and ornaments of pearls, and Miss Knott a salmon pink silk, trimmed in black lace and ornaments of diamonds. Mrs. Chapman's dress was a white silk. Her ornaments were natural flowers and diamonds. Miss Gaines and Miss Taylor both wore white silk and diamonds. The hours from eight until Ointment, the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures R. ROGERS & tj Ronii ruttn soft, BSSFI l- f. r, Free to those who ask for it. Cos-tivene- ss, PLATFORM 9-t- f. PEOTBCTI03T FEEZE TZEBZDE T PiepHIBrTIOliT Mc-Clur- e, S'JJDTJCTIO AS 30-t- f. Y00 VOTE For lame back there is nothing better than to saturate a flannel cloth with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bind it on the affected parts. Try it and you will be surprised at the prompt relief it affords. The same treatment will cure rheumatism. For sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist, lm. Tho Old Original Romody. "Mi-crobi- ," COPffiQ - INTELLIGENTLY! As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our business record in support of our claim for FAIR, SQUARE DEALING. 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 our splendid stock of OKU The honored guests of tho evening were most becomingly attired, Miss iitoir It will euro you. cleanso your llMjr, and glvo a good appetite nuoirwk juttjsiis. Ruth tho method and results when rfyrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant ami refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bcwcls, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches ami fevers nnd cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranduced, pleasing to the taste and acteed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. ceptable to the stomach, prompt in Seethestyles,lookat the quality, marvel at the prices. its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it tho most The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs i3 for sale in 50c aud 81 bottles by all leading druggists. Any rcliablo druggist who o may not havo it on hand will it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. pro-eur- BNJOYS Boots and Shoes, Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. R. K. McCLURE, 'oo- - SAN FRANCISCO, GAL, LOUISVILie, M. NEW YORK, N.Y. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. IKHhI FALL AND WINTER DISPLAY O IF1- - The greatest lot of Bargains we have ever offered the trade. Being large buyers enables us to sell at prices the smaller dealer pays for his goods. great preparations for aflarge business. We have goods to to suit the masses. Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings! Wo have made a. tB. Dunlap's Fall Styles, For which we are sole agents here. best hat in the world. The ltegin in price at $1.00 and up to $5.00. All classes supplied here. Such a large line that you'll find any kind of a hat you want for yourself or boy, and from 25c. to $5. TAILORING DEPARTMENT. Full of all the laxest novelties in foreign and mestic cloth and cassimere. IN FACT THE HOES. If we don't double our shoe sales this season, it will be for the reason the people don't know what a stock we have, and the low prices we have reached. We put in shoes here to build up a bij shoe business, and if selling here at short profits will do it we'll get the business. What do you think of buying1 Ladies' Fine Kid Shoes for $1.00; Ladies Fine Goat Shoes for $U2q; Child's School Shoes for $1.00; Men's Boots for $1.50; Men's Calf Shoes for $2.00. , do- Best Goods, Best Cutters and Best Make; UNDERWEAR! The greatest stock we have ever shown at startling law prices Fine White Merino at 50 cents, worth 75 cents. Fine Scarlet, sold last season for $1.50, for $1. BEST I TJLIIvOE-IIsC-- O AT Qpulehep LOUISVILLE, Fourth and Jefferson. & Stacks, FRANKFORT, 330 to 340 Main. BOYS' - CLOTHING. Boy's Long Pant Suits at $3 00, $4.00, $5.00, $6100, S8.00, Siooo, and up to $15.00. Long pants begin at fifty cents, and up to 55.00. No such stock of Boys' Best make and Clothing shown here. fit. best Our long experience in the business bears us fruit every day and we are willing to divide with the generous public who have helped us build up our large business. Years of hard work and close application it takes, but we love our work and we can't stay behind. We like the front rank. Men's suits for $4.00, S5.00, $S6.oo, $8.00 and $10.00. Men's finer dress suits at $10.00 up to $25.00, fit for anybody to wear. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. Short pants, 25 cents up to $2.50. Suits 4 to 13 years. Si. 50. Good school suits for $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 to S6.00. Finer goods for dress wear, $5.00 to ' $12.00. Clothing to suit the masses. I Cy'TRfe TTgrCr11K'i: burg for the past two week9, took the picture of the public Bchool last S3SLTi!B J3 "K3 "Km3T"S 'Si FRANKFORT AND LOUISVILLE. Gorton's Minstrels. Wednesday. Gorton's galaxy of minstrel talent Mrs. P. W. Herndon, who has been I pleased a large audience at Ming's lilt romUa ou tnr opera house last evening. The com- making a protracted visit to relatives fxclal, pinontl UMtlln. I pany is composed of people who and friends in Campbell county, reto britflr showed themselves to be artists in turned home the 15th. inch any fairlr w nttllircnt parion Bu. f'A applause was Mrs. Edna Barnes and neices, their line, and the ifillhtra.i, who The can raid and liberally distributed to all. urrllai wt.. Misses Anna and Lula Shouse, of vocal quartette is composed of four Dallas, Texas, have returned home ftrr Initractlun) HllialWL nlll work Indm. songs are very flna voiceB. and their vtfftM trioualy. how t an extended visit to relatives tam'lhraa Thau. of an unusually high order and finely afterfriends here. and und Doll:-- , a l rendered. Mir In thill owi locillllei, wharaiR very prettily set MJbs Mantha Powers, of Frankfort, - il V .w.tt The first part irar may lira, i rill alia furnl and the joke3 were good. In the has been visiting here during the tilt illuitlon second part all the specialties are past week. tmploimtDt, - average. yea can De Witt away above theaarn that amount. Miss Emma Herndon visited the I chart oolhlnt Cook's fine club swinging brought family of Esq. John Hamilton, of nd racalra nothforth much applause and deserved it. Benson, last week. ing u n I a a abora. Griflln and Marks probably had more Kothlnt; dlfflrull to laarn, or that fun in the Chinese laundry than was raqulril much Grave Mistakes. ever seen in one in Helena. They tlmi. I dailrt but ona paraon from seen in are the best contortionists ach dlttrlct or miscount. hart Helen a in a lone time and made a Physicians frequently make ready taofht and Helena Daily Journal. takes in treatment of Heart Disease. great hit provldtd with a sudden deaths is At the Opera House, Monday even- - i The rate ofHundreds become daily in nuUunr OTar Thru fltou.ft.ifl niJfiMaTl numberAllwholarct are victims aolld.iurt. Full particular! creasing. la liawr. racli. ing, November 14th. Aller of the ignorance of physicians in the Igtcluda to ro no rurtli.r, IVee. liirm liyou Know all, If you hy, no doui. Addnn, C Afcl.KX, Jlux i'iO, Auiriieta, Mulne. treatment of this disease. One in Dec.5-ly- . She Committed Suicide. four has a diseased heart. Shortness of breath, palpitation and fluttering, Mrs. F. 0. Cone, at Paris, left this irregular pulse, choking sensation, or letter: "My husbandForgive me asthmatic breathing, pain arm,tenderweak if I cause you trouble, but 1 suiter so. ness in side, shoulder or You do not know what these long, hungry spells, are symptoms of Heart i. wakeful, wretched nights are to me, Disease. Dr.' Miles' New Heart Cure Wall llli"' TlilL" Tar-only reliable remedy. Thousdarling-t- ho pain is the yMnTaBBBWeimlMM.kX and lam so tired, will never be better. It is not easy ands testify to its wonderful cures.6 to take my own life, but I have been Books free. Sold by J. W. Gayle. ray husband, sick so long. Good-byI love youyour wife." This is one of Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. MILES rILE6 gives up. the thousands that Kfip.tnratfvGinstead s ,?.. Ner nf nainwrif TUiinn' vine, and being speedily cured of LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARuo 10 j. w. KET. their wretchedness, Gayle and got an elegant book and 0 trial bottle free. FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, I y. WtFL rilLUIBIIIll 34X11 I II I i Tfc! liarao'l, wlidon, 1 lid Intllllrtnt mbUI.n aurcait 1ir. jta 7lf writtfn If you A WOODFORD FARM FOR SALE. FOR SALE! i ACRES OF GOOD LAHD. HHhHh)' W mnA IBB jtfi of Frankfort, on the Little Benson and" Mill turnpike; T AM AUTHORIZED TO SELL A VALUABLE Lime's also one or twoa splendid Eureka rockaway horse: hundred locust posts 1 GO acre farm In Woodford county, Ky. It Is Apply to Mus. R. n. MoKEE, the old Bob Ciutcaer place, adjoining the farm Sopt.2I-lm- . On the premises. of Tom Freeman, near Spring Station. I will sell on very reasonable terms. Possession given the first day of next March. Persons wishing to purchase will please examine the farm and then me for terms communicate with or call and at Frankfort, Ky. J UN L. SCOTT. Attorney for Mis. Mar) I. Johnson. KlIANKroitT. KY., tept. 'li, 4li MILES SOUTH . ii Moore's Poultry Remedy. 1892.-2H- yrsr O - i- - I W. J. CHINK, JR, ,&XTQSM3"3?r . TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE; X market. Festively preveilts and cures 1 , AX RAW. CHOLERA AND GAPES. extra produc- Will practice in all State Courts, Of. (ice second floor, Custom House. Jan.UO-ly- More then imys for Its use In th tion ol 1 al- Kentucky Midland By. Shortest and quickest between Get a trial box. n CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT. HFlHsCR W--I V Only direct line between CHAPMAN Car- & WILLIAMS,. DRUGGISTS- W'SoWTfc' IHJ1 Frankfort, lisle, Georgetown and Paris, e, 9mSk WEJM&ffl vm&mmvas&i Maysrille, Cynthiana, mouth and Covington VIA KY. h- - PRESCRIPTION Headquarters- GOODS. no for PERFUMES, TOILET AND SUNDRIES. ASK Li'OK TICKETS MIDLAND. TIME. Finest THAINS HUN BY CENTHAL STANDARD ltftTA April SOB My. A WATER in Frankfort .. " TIME TABLE OCT. 31. A Fairview. Rev. Mr. South preached at the school-house LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. TIUIN8 E AST. Lv. No. 1. . MI' I P M No. 8. No. 7. DR. W. I. KELLEY, THK SHORTEST AND O.UICKK8T Sunday evening, the school-house 23d. glory hallelujah. The popular artist of Bowling Select or wrappery . tobacco Green, who has been at Graefen- - week. Mrs. Laura White, who has been in bad health for several weeks, is improving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. O'Nan, of Sandriffle, visited friends and relatives hero a few weeks ago. Miss Mary Brawner is visiting her sister, Mrs. James Hieatt, this week. The little bridges on our pike have been fixed, which raijkes them Bafe again for the traveling public, when before repairs were very dangerous. There was a family reunion at Mr. O. N. Riners last Thursday. The nice showers of rain of the last few days make us feel like saying, meeting at the Mi. Baker will begin a protracted next 15 00 Common to medium leaf 0 00(a) 14 00 17 00 14 00 Medium to good loaf. 25 00 17 00 Good to lino leaf, 13 00(Ti 8 Common Coiory lugs Medium to good coiory represent our market for burley tobacco, crop of 1891: Trash (darl or damaged 0 00(? $7 tobacco.. uummuii juiuiy n.ian... i uuiy 8 Medium to goou coiory 8 50(?) 12 00 trash 0 00 Common lugs not coiory 8 00 J OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the O.OfJ 1.10 4.06 Lt. Summit Sales on our market f6r the week 13.11 Lv. Elkuorn 4.11 1.25 justclosed amount to 1,736 hhds., with Qeorgetown G.18 1.40 4.18 ti lew Orleans Lv. Swltzer Ground 4.M2 G.1U receipts for the same period of 504 2.00 Lv. titamplng 4.DU 2.10 6.3 Lv. Duvall hhds. Sales on our market since JanFKOENXaK. aHOTaEiLr 0 44 2.20 4.44 Lv. Johnson uary 1st amount to 142,038 hhds. Sales 4 62 Time, '25 Hours. . . B . 6.G2 Lv. Georgetown 2.35 3.U) or the crop 01 ibui on ourmaricetco 0M 6.00 Lv.CS. Depot IN LEXINGTON. KY., 8.V0 I v. Newtown 5.12 7.00 date 122.021 hhds. SOLID VESTIDULED TRAINS. 5.21 Lv Ceutrevllle 8.35 7.18 8al3B on our market this week The 6.2U Lv Elizabeth 3.45 7.2a Tim shortest imd quickest. . . C . embraced 20 hogshead of now burley 5.40 4.05 7.87 Saturday, Nov. 12th, 1892. Ar Paris Saturday, Deo. 3,1, 1892. which sold at highly satisfactory L M I' M I' M prices. The market continues vory Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala Saturday, Dec. 24th. 1892. TRAINS WEST. No. 2. No. 4 No.8No.l2 strong and active for burley of the . . Lv. Puis 4.45 8.0J 5.5i COS 5.0.1 vr. Eilz'ibitU HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgical-- ' 8.12 1891 crop. 5.21 operation and with little or no pain. 8.10 Ar. Cvitirvllla. 0.0J Time. 26 Hours. The following quotations fairly Nj.vtwn . 0 17 8.21 5.30 Ar. . Frankfort . . . A (1.00 4.00 1.00 ...... I I I I M . . Solid Vestluuled Trains tween Cincinnati and Knoxvii,i,k, 00 13 00 lugs 25 OO 32 50 connects with L. & N. connects with Q. & C. and L. S. connects with K. C. All trams .trrlv it lepitrttrom Jentral Union The Kentucky Midland Hallway and connecDepot, Cincinnati tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all For Rates. itinps.tVo..narfist points north, south and west. E. T. C11AHLETON, For further information apply to their rurenta. D. P. & T. A., Chattanooga. C. D. BEItCAW. E. B. WEITZEL, D. i, EDWAKDff, D. MILLER, City Ticket ieent. Gen, Pass. Agt. Traf. M11?. Cincinnati. 0. 'i P.&4.T B. HARPER, Gen. Supt, GEO. A B C port for Texas, Mexico and California. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Mldlandltatlvva) vluUoonjrttowu 5:15 a.m. iiirrlveCluoinnatl 10:26 a. in. Quicker than any other line, " Atlanta, (., ' hikminmiiam. ala.. " Direct Connections at New Oriean wind Shrev UuvrrAMOOHA, Lkxinoton, a3iikvillk, Kt.. Tknn., n. 0.. Tknn., 1 The Short line be me, 2V Ilourp ' 12 17 11 IB 10 " " Ar. U S. Dapot Ar. Gairtoivn Ar. 1.1111)1 Ar. Ar. Sun iliij (roii tl, 1. 1 Diill Ar. El utni Ar. 3 1 u nit Ar. Svluar Ar. Frankfort. ... a 8.31 8.41 8.41 8.51 9.01 U M 0.10 9.25 9.33 QXi G37 0.45 0.51 0.5S 7.10 7.10 7.22 7.30 G.G2 5.55 7.03 7.15 7.85 7.55 REEERENCES . W. McKee Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, V. Ky, Ky. 8.10 8.20 8.80 Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson. Ky. A. II. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. Ar. j. Hughes, Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky., las. M. Wlthrow.Frankfoiti Ky. DR. KELLEY'S otllce and' resldenco Is at 269'' West Eighth street Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR- Hcrberlch, Frankfort, DAYS! Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sunt free to anyone W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, Ox CONSULTATION FREE. K W www m