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Investigation of Baking Powders, Made under authority of Congress by the Chemical Division of the Dep't of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, and recently completed, BUST tfcgjgf BRO WNIE ! iTn-- f I 1 Have heffan to sweep around the corner to remind youfcthis is the season for Shows the Royal Baking Powder to be a cream of tartar baking pow der of the highest quality, superior to all others in strength, leaven ing power, and general usefulness. The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world MUNICIPAL ELECTION. The Best Material Needed for Council and School Board. The election for councilman and school 'trustees is close at hand and it is time that some movement was made looking to the nomination of the very best material in the city for these important offices. Weather Strips and Coal Hods, Meat Choppers & Butcher Knives, Corn Poppers, Lanterns, Glass, Powder, Shot and Shells. 1 A 1 If If A I Hardware Merchant. DDDWIiD POT511? UDA70U Lexington, Ky. raw .m- - !: muui-cit- e aim proiessionauy comnieuiieu Nothing can is an undoubted spcclnc. nuneover, as a m tins of Imparting fxeeed It, strength to the feeble and nervous. Whether nonpartisan ticket be presented, none but citizens of the highest reputable character, whoso very names are sufficient to inspire confidence in their ability and direction of municipal affairs, should be put on the tick Court of Claims. ets. It has long been a custom to i depreciate the honor and importance Tho Court of Claims met Monday, of a city or State legislative office, with 'Squire P. McDonald presiding but a great deal of this is due to the and County Clerk Smith at the desk. character of men who are chosen to claims allowed: represent these interests. The peo- Minus Williams, Jailer 904 30 344 77 ple are to blame for this by their N. B. Smith, County Clerk in the selection of their School District No. 34, near representatives, and in consequence, Bridgeport, for new school... 100 00 102 00 nien who have established their rep- W. S.Dehuney, Coroner utations by their success in their pri- Wm. Cromwell, cost and At28 50 vate business, refuse to accept a posi-- . torney fees 384 30 J. C. Noel, Sheriff tion of public trust which instead of a reward of profit or honor, brings Mrs. Joe Tracy, Keeping pau50 00 per child nothing but annoyance, care, critiMr. P. McDonald, county adcism and abuse. It is unnecessary to 135 oo vertising speak of the urgency of the occasion R. Brown, commissioner at this year that calls for the services of alms-hous- e 25 00 the best citizens in the city council Walter Franklin, fee bill 6 20 and also school board, but as it is R. A. AndersonpDeputy Sherwell known that a man, by his charac13 00 iff ter and conduct, can give dignity to W. S. Polsgrove, Deputy Sher his business or office, and that it is a 35 00 iff matter of the greatest concern to the Jno. T. Buckley, repairs 102 50 people interested in the prosperity Weitzel &0'Donnell, and progress of a city, jwho it is that 19 10 for court-hous- e hasthe power to make laws and ex- Stephen Fuhs, room rent for pend the large sums of money raised 5 00 election in taxes, it is hoped that a nice choice Farmers Bank, interest on two will be made and the people have the 1,500, notes, 1,500 and courage to give expression to that which are duo and to be choice at the polls and then aid and 100 39 taken up support their representatives in a S. M. Tinsley, for caring for successful administration of public 17 50 and burying pauper affairs that will reflect both credit J. H. Bailey, surveying 10 00 and dignity upon the city and the W. H. Blankenship, room members elected to the two public 5 00 rent for election boards mentioned. and a number of road claims. A committee of Judge B. Q. Williams and Vile and Unworthy County Attorney L. F. Johnson was Of consideration (ire nostrums or nlilch It Is appointed to investigate tho authority asserted in ul thero are many such Unit they of Claims under cure Immediately bodily aliments of long of the county Court are iiuiie tucli that can the new Constitution to make approstanding. Thero Chronic disorders cannot be Instantaneously priations to build new turnpikes. Continuity In the use of u genuine removed. A committee consisting of 'Squires medicine, suclfas Hostettur's Stomach Hitters, McDonald, Moore and Tinsley was Not the will eradicate chronic physical evils. least of theso lust in the force- of Its opposition appointed to advertise for the conto modlclnu to constipation, to the remowil struction of two new bridges on the of which, If persisted In, the Hitters is parCrab Orchard turnticularly adapted. Constriction ot the bowels Louisville and Is a complaint which should be dealt with pike, now a county road, with power So are Its usual early and systematical. attendants, liver complaint and dyspeps.a. to accept a proposal, but to make a rheumatism, kidney report of their action to tho Court of For these, for malaria, trouble, and more recentlj "la grippe," this party lines be drawn or a lamps bo placed near the work-housREV. GEO. O. BARNES. and it was adopted. A resolution to purchase 400 feet of The First of His Series of Meetings Last Night. new hose for the fire department wci adopted. Rev. Geo. O. Barnes, the evangelAn appropriation not to exceed ist, who was announced to come to 500 was made for the expenses of this city Wednesday, did not arrive relaying the new floor on the. wooden until last evening. His engagement bridge. at Lawrenceburg detained him until On Saturday morning the council Thursday, and on account of the again met and passed an ordinance Democratic jollification which was to prevent boys and other people to have been here that night he from boarding streetcars while in postponed the beginning of his meetmotion, and also providing a heavy ings in this city until last night, penalty for placing obstructions on to enable the people to settle down the track 8. into quietude and pay attentive in e, S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, PER I E S. This Department Removed terest to the preaching of the pel. Mr. gos- Misses From the Third to Floor. Marie and Qeorgie, whose exceedingly sweet voices are a feature of the meetings, accompanied their father to this city. The service at the courtAn Immense Stock of-house last night was well attended. Until further notice the meetings will be held each night at the same . place. Although Mr. Barnes has been around the entire globe and received the rapt attention of the most prominent people in nearly all the large cities in this country, he has, nevertheless, since his first successful meeting here in 1882, when his conversions ran up into the hundreds s, and included Gov. Blackburn and most of the State officials, held FrankIt will pay you to examine fort in especial favor and esteem, and In Fine, Medium and Low Priced Grade-?even selected a spot near the Daniel our iine before placing your order. Bopne monument, where he has requested that his body, at his death, shall be buried. Barnes' daughters, First -- Lace Curtains, IFortiers, Oretozin.es, HXdZ-ULsliri- s, TXpliolstery . 3-ood.- oil-clot- h writes: "I know Salvation Oil to be a very good remedy for neuralgia, 111., Mr. Oha8. Carman, from Petersburg, CO R CT PRICES. rheumatism, burns, toothache and cuts. We are never without it." Whoro aro Thoyp BROWER, SCOTT & FRAZEE, Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. Buckley Thomas Buckley, John Buckley and William Buckley, brothers, last heard of at High Bridge, Jessamine county, U. S. A., should communicate immediately with 12-lt- . Duchy of Lancaster Office, London, England. The Solicitor, "aTT? AW TOT T?n AA. 1 mmsm 'I - tfflfl IIP BwMiillyS r A 1WI iiiguiy Claims. EmPmEShSihI City Counoil. The City Council, at tho mooting on Friday night, had five members present. Mr. Darnell moved that gas lamps bo placed on every street corner, and , it was adopted. Mr. Darnell also moved that two k,aiai For Diamonds, Solid Gold and Silver Watohos, Sterling November 20th, 20th and to December 2d, tho Kontuoky Midland will Silver and Silver Plated Ware. Chicago return at $8.00 ChoapRatosto Chicago and Return and sell tickets to for tho round trip, good for six days. O. D. . , THE JEWELER, is the Sol. Harris will sell you clothing est place in Frankfort for 1038 than some peoplo can buy and be convinced. then at wholesale. 0-t- f. 0. P. Behoaw, & W, L. COPPERSMITH- - P. A. cheap- Call Ju'y 80-l- St.j $ 3LYfcULxr2JL "Wagons- - 37ro"v SSuLirrioiS- - Iron RcoJSrig .fi SELLIN Gr OUT A.T CO We will sell at cost for cash our general line of Builder's Hardware, Cutlery, Scissors, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlery, Whips, Chains, Hames,, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Blacksmith and Wagon Material, Bopes and Cables, Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Rock Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too numerous to mention. Wre will sell Wall Paper and Shades at cost for cash. All goods geld on time will be charged at regi lar price. ! Oor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. ville. Miss Todd Saffell is visiting in LouisMr. Q, . COLLINS & BRO., well-know- 4. 'p r m' 0site the Farmers Bank. -- ;jf. here Sunday. Miss Annie Moberly, of Lexington, Paul Meek, of Louisville, was this week in Cincinnati. is visiting here. Mr. James Heeney spent a few days Mr. Sherley Wintersmith is home from a trip to Louisville. Mrs. Henry F. Duncan was in Tuesday shopping. Miss Viola Hicks, of Henderson, is visiting friends in this city. Mr. Thomas Todd returned from a trip to Cincinnati Saturday. Mr. Jake Swigert returned Wednes day from a trip to Louisville. Capt. Dave Peters and family removed to Louisville Saturday. Miss Theo. Phillips, of Lexington, 2s visiting friends in this city. Mr. John Thomas, of Clarksville, Tenn., was in the city this week. Miss Lizzie Hudson came homo from a visit to Louisville Tuesday. Mr. Harry Cambridge, of Owens-borvisited friends here Tuesday. Mrs. J. Swigert Taylor and children are home from a visit to Covington. Cin-cinnatie o, " Miss Nettie Parser, of Lexington, as visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. Caswell Bennett returned "home from a trip to Louisville Saturday. Mr. Martin Hardin was in the city Sunday, from Centre College, Danville. Miss Marie Pepper is home from a visit to Mrs. It. A. Peter, in Louisville. Miss Kate Green returned from a visit to friends in Louisville Tuesday ! night. Mrs. D. B. Walcutt went to Louisville Monday to visit Mrs. Harry JefT erson. Mrs. II. G. Henderson is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. L. Crabb, of Eminence. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson are home from a visit to friends at Pem- broke. Wednesday, and is stopping with Mrs. S. B. Holmes. Miss Lucy Phythian wont to Indianapolis Wednesday to make that city her future home. Mrs. H. C. Mallory, of Chicago, arrived Tuesday to visit her father, Col. Tlioa. Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Urey Woodson returned Monday to the Capital Hotel from a trip to Owensboro. Rev. H. G. Henderson is at North Middletown assisting the pastor, Dr. Benton, in a meeting. Miss Nettie Davidson, after a visit to relatives here, returned Monday to her home in Anchorage. Mrs. J. W.Batchelor, of Washington City, after a visit to Mrs. N. J. Saw-yie- r, returned home Saturday. Mrs. Mary J. Brown, of Oldham county, is with her mother, Mrs. E. H. Rankin, on East main street. Mrs J. M. VanDerveer, after a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. L. Rodman, in Louisville, returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Haldemau, of Louisville, visited Mr. John W. Headley and wife the first of the week. Mrs. M. J. Dudley and daughter, Miss Maggie, wont to Covington Wednesday to make that city their future home. Miss Mary Ashmore, accompanied hv Fr.ink Hewitt, . went to Florida m.nn1n. IU mnlrA till nvnnflol io.uf. uw UATOHUOU umiVD t 1 UCOUU friends. Mr. Howard Rodman, of Louisville, y who is connected with the Company, was in the city Sunday. Mrs. John McMullen, of California, a relative of John Morgan, of Confederate fame, in the guest of Mrs. W. J. Hendrick. Mr. Ed. Grant went to Chicago today to take a position on the large contract of the Mason & Hoge Company of this city. Messrs. Richard Crutcher, Richard Church, George Shinkel and George Shaw went to Grayson Springs Monday on a hunting trip of several days. Rev. George O. - Barns and, his daughters. Misses Mario and Georgia, Barnes, are in the city and are stopping with Gen. and Mr. Virgil HewT f C3 ! 4 Vk ton, she was so unfortunate as to lose her parents when a child, and having, therefore, no fixed home, she has been a welcome visitor in so many households and in so many parts of Kentucky and other States that it is hard to tell where she has the most friends, or what town in Kentucky can with most right lay claim to her, unless it be ner birthplace, or perhaps Lexington, where she has lived for the last six years previous to her visit to Virginia. Rather above the medium height, with a beautiful face, in which white and brilliant red struggle for supremacy, with hazel eyes looking out from under black eyebrows, and with a wealth of dark brown hair above, Miss Fowler most probably appears to the best advantage in the ballroom, whore her faultless lithe figure and her beautiful arms and her grace of bearing, added to the charms of her face, make her one of the most attractive belles in whatever assomblage she appears. It is no small compliment to be selected by an author of Gen. Low Wallace's reputation, as the embodiment of Esther, his leading female character in Ben Hur, the greatest story of modern times. Upon a young lady of this city, Miss Selena - Tho Maid of Honor will be Mis s ter of Capt. Dick Fowler, formerly partner of Ed. Nor- Florence Stanton, sister of the the n Bennett. From the sketch the fol- it is claimed, and the attendants A Correspondent Makes a Su$ ;g03- tion to Society on Care should have been mentioned as fol lowing excerpt was taken: Playing. Born at Paducah, the third daugh- lows: bride; the first bridesmaid, Miss Minnie VanDerveer, of this city, and the other bridesmaids, Misses Rose Amy Bryan, of JefFersontown; Thomas and May Stone, of Louisville; Aseneath Forman, of Fern Bank, Ohio; Evelyn Brown and Kate Hallo- ran, of Frankfort. The groom's best man will bo Harris Johnston, of Superior, Wisconsin; the ushers, Oliver Cromwell and Ernest Aroni, of Louisville; Vernon L. Clark and E. L. Stanton, of Frankfort; T. F. Poyn-ter- , Alford, of Shelbyvillo; Liout-Goof Lexington, and Hon. George H. Alexander, of Louisville. Rev. Scott Willis, of Henry county, brother of the groom, will officiate. Of Miss Saffell, who waschosin as am attendant at the ball to the Queen of the Satellites, in Louisville this week, the Times says: "Miss Saffell, the Maid of Honor elected to represent Frankfort, is a of medium handsome brunette height, with largo, beautlfnl, brown eyes and a wealth of brown hair. In Louisville, where she was edu cated at Miss Belle Peer's seminary, and where she has often visited her friends, she is as and admired in society as she is at home. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will. have for years been among the leaders in all social entertainments in Frankfort, and include in their list of visiting friends many of the most distinguished people of this State, .notably Hon John G. Carlisle and wife, who, when in Frankfort, always make their home with Mr. In this way and and Mrs. 'Siffell. through exchange visits with Mrs Carlisle, in Washington City, Miss Saffell has had many social advantages, and will gracefully honor the society event of the Satellites." In addition to the young ladies mentioned, the same issue of the Times also contained the following notice of a cousin of Mr. Will. P. Hudson, who has often visited Mr. Hudson's sister in this city: 'Harrodsburg, which has always been represented by popular and handsome young ladies, will this year send Miss Minnie Bohon. This accomplished young lady is already in Louisville, at nil West Wal nut street, where she will remain until after the ball. Miss Bohon is the daughter of Mr. George Bohon, a loading merchant of Harrodsburg. She attended Miss Baldwin's Female Seminary at Staunton, Va. Miss Boiion has many accomplishments, but in music and elocution she is especially accomplished, and at the seminary took three medals for loading her musical class and one in her elocution class. Miss Bohon has just returned from a long trip to New York, and spent last winter in the South. In Harrodsburg Bhe is considered one of the most beautiful young ladies of that town, which is noted for its handsome women. Miss Bohon has a very queenly presence, and her willowy grace will make her one of the most conspicuous figures at the ball. She has chestnut hair, violet eyes and regular features, and will undoubtably make one of tho handsomest Maids of v. t 4, ts I Allen-Bradle- Harris, who visited Orawfordsville, Indiana, the home of Gen. Wallace, the past summer, has that honor been conferred of sitting for a picture of her, of whom, in describing her, the story says: "With eyes black and inexpressibly graceful inform, of regusoft, lar features, rosy with youth and health, bright with intelligence, beatiful with the outshining of a devoted nature a woman to bo loved because loving was a habit of life irrepressible with her." Gen. Wallace is preparing an elegant volume of Ben Hur for his own well-know- n Sai-fel- l, A correspondent whose mental endowments require more substantial pabulum than that furnished at card parties, makes a very sensible suggestion in the following communication, which is worthy the consideration of the members of tho various card clubs: "Dear Roundabout: "I find a pleasure in reading your society news because it speaks of people with whom lam well acquainted, but I am sure you will agree with me when I say that such a card craze as that now going on does nob reflect the credit upon the society of the city that I know it is entitled to. I do not mean to constitue myself a judge of its effect in a moral point of view, because I believe, despite tho rivalry and passion sometimes to secure the prizes, that among our own people who are superior in good sense and character, it is perfectly harmless and simply indulged in just now to excess to kill time that would otherwise hang heavily on their hands. But to my purpose in writing this to you. It seems to me that the stimulus to the intellect in card playing is so small as to make it actually depressing. I would suggest then, that if so much time as now consumed is to bo spent at cards, why not make the prizes books or magazines, instead of useless trinkets or jewelry? Say a good book or periodical is won, the lucky person, arbor reading it, should bo required to pass it in snucedsion to other members of the club. When all have read it, let winner have it o r else make the season's collection the, beginning of a public library for the city. In this way, tho aims of the players will be focused on more worthy ends which will furnish besides a large supply of the meeting's conversation in exchange of thought, reading matter for the intervals now doubtless, with many, difficult to fill to advantage. Dr. Halo's Household Tea Is a pleasant herb drink, which positively cures dyspepsia, liver complaints, and all kidney diseases. One dose a day taken at bod time does tho business. 25 and 50 cts. at P. H. per package. Get it y Carpenter's drug store. to-da- private library and the illustrations The Lexington Transcript, speaking of the resignation of Miss Minnie Mayo Fitzhugh as a teacher in the public school of that city, says: She intends to seek now fields and broader paths in the literary life of New York. She and her cousin, MIsb Holm, who is an artist, usually spend the winter in New York. In collaboration with the artist, Mr. William in business. Maclean, Miss Fitzhugh will write Mrs. Katie Schilmiler, of Indiana, a number of of magazine articles. Jb the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jo- Especially interesting will be "Some Kentucky Poets," comprising biogra- seph Schroff. Allen and both Miss Matty Henderson is visiting ; 6hies ofBurns James Lane Wilson. uan. it. nenaerson, lobort her brother, Dr. In the issue of the Timea of Monof Georgetown. Miss Miss Kate Halloran, who has boon day was a picture and sketch of viBiting relatives in Union county for Clara Fowler, who has often visited the past three months, returned home this city as the guest of Mra. Caswell Miss Laur.i French wont nati yesterday on a brief visit to frends. Capt. Tom 0. Jones went to Hot Springs, Arkansas, Tuesday for his health. Capt. Sam M. Gaines, of Covington, was here Tuesday visiting his friends, Mr. Hal Corbett and wife, of Pine-villare here visiting Mr. Corbett's parents. Miss Mary Harrison, of Lexington, is visiting her neice, Mrs. Sam. D. Johnson. Rev. J. McOlusky Blayney, D. D was in Chicago this week on church business. - Col. J. G. Oraddock, of the Paris Kentuckian-Oitizen- , was in the city Tuesday. Miss Margaret Lyons, of Fulton, Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Hendrick. Mr. R. A. VanDerveer went to Louisville Tuesday and returned Thursday. Judge J. H. Bowden, of Louisville, viBited the family of Mr. D. 0. Barrett this week. Wiley Marshall and J. AUie Stout went to Lexington Monday to engage to Cincin- e. Messrs. Charles Furr, S. R. Smith and Richard Morris went to Cincinnati Tuesday to dine with the Ouvior Club of that city, composed of hunters and fishermen. Mr. Jake Carbett visited his parents here this week. Mr. Corbett stumped Illinois in the interest of his party, and it is fair to presume that Mr. Cleveland will recognize his services. Mr. Frank Hutchinson came home Tuesday from the ''Ship Ahoy" opera company, which recently disbanded in New Orleans. Mr. Hutchinson will probably accept an engagement with the Marie Greenwood company. Capt. L. D. Holloway, of Louisville, formerly clork at the penitentiary here, arrived Thursday night to ioin his Democratic friends in their jollification, but finding that the jollification had been postponed until Saturday, ho returned home yesterday. PURELY PERSONAL. itt. have been delayed some time awaiting the selection of a suitable type of young Hdy to represent Esther and to complete the series of female characters in the work. Miss Harris was seen by Gen. Wallace walking on the street in company of a resident of the city, with whom the author was well acquainted, and a polite note that evening contained the formal request to sit for Esther. Three different sittings wore made and on Saturday they were for warded to Miss Harris for her inspection and approval. As a work of art they challenge criticism and as a likeness of the original they are perfect in every feature and superbly Hhadow forth the lovely daughter of Simonides whom Ben Hur crowns with the love and devotion of his life. The Louisville Times, of Satu rday, contains the pictures and complimentary notices of two young ladies of this city. The picture of one, Miss Ruth Stanton, is fairly good, but the picture of the other, Miss Todd Saffell, is not recognizable. Of Miss Stanton, in reerring to the announcement that she will bo married to Mr. George L. Willis, at the Methodist Church, in that city, on Docember 14th, tho Times saya: Honor at the ball," "Mits Stanton ia a lovely girl and tho daughter of Poet Henry T. StanDross Goods. n ton. Her beauty is of the The latest novelties now on Bale at kind, her manner is vivacious, and Sam D. Johnson & Oo.'s, her accomplishments are varied. ll-2- t 311 Main street. year she represented tho Capital Last City as a Maid of Honor a the Satellites' Ball." rOR DYSPEPSIA, nut-brow- MOST SUCCESSFUL - FYF uu BflSTOCKME ., And Chronic Disease Specialist In the State. con m S Tim THBOBT l w ' i The celebrated Specialist, formerly of New York City, now umsultlng Physician of Southern Medical Institute, of Louisville. Ky., will be at the CAPITAL IIOTKL, in a . Saturday, November 19tli, returning every tDiir weeks. DR STOCKPALE litis hud )ears ot experience In the largest hospitals In the country. Isagraduato of several of the best colleges, and tuts for u numbel of years made a specialty ot all chronic and surgical (lis-- o ises He treats successfully and does not take the case unions u cure can be guaranteed. Acute und Chronic Catarrh. Hinging In Ears, De.if ness, Disease of the Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Bladder Troubles, Brlglit's Disease, Diabetes. Dyspepsia, Constipation, ithounmtlsm und Puraljsls Epilepsy or Fits positively cured. Young or mldd men, suffering . from Spermatorrhea, Impotoncv. Eruptions, the results of errors or excesses, should cail before it Is too We guarantee a cure If case has not gone late. too fur. "J BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. As ilUOWN'S IIION BITTBHS. "The wedding is to bo a sumptuous All dealers keep It, 81 per bottle. Genuine has and crossed red lines on wrapper. affair, and will'ocour in church. Lieut. Gov. Alford will be beat man, and one of Gov. Brown's daughters will We have some first class second After a brief bridal hand buggies and phaetons for sale. be bridesmaid. trip, Mr. Willis will roBumo his news- Call and see them if you want a barpaper labor." gain. Mastin Bros. 30-tThe foregoing was partly erroneous, trade-mark Indigestion, and Stomach disorders, take remedies. cured by never-fallin- g Disease ot Women, such us Lucorrhea, Fain ful Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, Bearing Down Pains In Back relieved In short time. The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscuro medical and surgical cases, lie undertakes no Incurable disease, but cures hundreds given up Syphlllls, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., i M to die. Address Consultation free and confidential. 1. 1. STOCK , LOUISVILLE, KY. PI. D., ,( f. ill " 3 i i : TJ ud SOU v umphriesCassell M large Merchant Tailoring business, B under the impression that we sell line. We have the largest, nothing in the ready-mad- e best selected stock of MCA US K wo do a please do nor. be .& f.f .Sk 'i Ready Made Overcoats VH7;-- '1 hey are ail Wool and of the best manufacture, and we guarantee not to be undersold. Be sure to look at our Overcoats before you buy. 1 -- 1 V cs :X3XT: 'Sv fl '& MERCHANT TAILORING FURNISHING GOODS and HATS, " ? M ' ?i" --' ... '",.v 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. udson, HumphriesCassell Matrimonial. Gaines-Car- r On Monday a mar- riage license was granted to Mr. Daniel M. Gaines, of Scott county, to wed MiBS Bianca D. Carr, of Bald Knob. Johnson-McEwa- n -- r ANtPII yWt JAPANESE Mr. L P. JohnAt- son, the present efficient County torney, and Miss Mary S. McEwan, (iuarunteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind daughter of Mr. Wm. McEwan, will orAdegree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding be married Wednesday next at 2:30 Itching, Chronic, Recent or t'eredltary. This Remedy has o'clock at the residence of the bride's $1.00 a box, 6positively never been known to fall. boxes, for $5.1)0; sent by mail pre- VF F Kentucky Is the place to buy. Harness Works Farmers, you can buy CORE BUGGIES, HAftEESS AND PARM IMPLEMENTS parents. ', , - ft . -- ''ITJ f, i 'V .1 UK. - VI 'til l SI "M . ' jfi ;v If. the greater part of the matrimonially inclined couples in the county hail Is daily chronic in our papers; also from. the doath of some dear friend, who bet- has died with Consumption, whereas, For lame back there is nothing Cure if ter than to saturate a flannel cloth for ho or she had taken Otto's time, disease in and with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and life Throat have Lung rendered happibeen would bind it on the affected parts. Try it er and perhaps saved. Heed tho and you will bo surprised at the you prompt relief it affords. Tho same warning! If of tho have a cough or Throat any affection treatment will cure rheumatism. call at Chapman "& Williams' or Lungs and get For Bale by J. W. Gayle, druggisb. a trial bottle free. Large size 50c. lm. 45 Tho Wilbur Opora Company. The lovers of comio opera are enjoying a treat this week at tho opera house in the engagement of the Wilbur Opera Company. Thursday night tho Grand Dutchess was presented, yesterday matinee the Bohemian Girl, and last night Boccaoio. The leading voices in the company are' unusually good, and ,il When When Wheu When Baby waa sick, wo gave her Castorla. she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. aha became Miss, she clung to Castorla. she bad Children, she gave them Castor!, Slays, is especially superior in the role. SUCCESSORS Messrs. Trederick, Kohule, Core-l- y and Drew form a splendid quartett of comedians, and have justly won Anderson-Stiver- s Richard An- the liberal praise that has been paid Salesroom, opposite court-housderson, who was formerly employed to them. The rest of the oasts in the Institute but is operas named, for both lyric and draat the Feeblo-Minde- d now one of the drivers of the street matic power, are equally deserving of : cars, slipped off to Louisville Mon- particular mention. at day, accompanied by Mrs. Martha There will be a matinee Stivers, a very pretty young widow which Nell Guynn will be presented, and laundress in the family of Dr. J. and the engagement will dose toMiles' Nerve and Liver Pills. Noteworthy Q. A. Stewart. The couplo were night with Mascott. performances are the united In marriage and returned to features of the Act on a new principle regulating the city next day and are housekeep- Whistling Coon,'' the king of tho Harmonica, and female impersonations the liver, stomach ana bowels though ing on the South Side. Dr. only Shaw. Seats the nerves. A new discovery. great by Perry-Johnso- n At 1:30 o'clock on are the sale atand Barrett's for 50, Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Guy for the afternoon of Tuesday, a 35 and 25 cents for night, and 25 and bad taBte, torpid liver, piles, constipacouple, followed by many 15 cents for the matinee. Mr. Wil tion. Splendid for men, women and and bur's company comprises a very large children. Smallest, mildest, surest. friends, entered the court-roo50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at took their positions for marraige in y front of County Judge Ben Williams' and the low prices which he has fixed J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. . s stand. They produced their certifi- for admission to such comic Just the cate of license and in a few moments oporas entitles him to the encourage- ing, receivedcan best line of clothbuy them lower the Judge pronounced them husband ment of large audiences for both the than and youEd. Harris' old stand. ever at and wife. Their names were Joseph matinees and night performances. R. Perry and Nancy 0. Johnson, and their home is at Peak's Mill, whore A Horrible Railroad Accident. King's Royal Gormateur. e. to-da- Hon. David L. Thornton, of Versailles, former representative of Woodford county in the Legislature, and a gentleman n in this city, will be married on Wednesday of next week, the 23d inst., to Miss Lucy Mathews, of Columbia, Missouri. The ceremony will be performed at the home of the bride and Rev. E. K. Miller, of that city, will officiate. Tiioknton-Mathew- s well-know- paid on receipt ot price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purchased at one time, to refund the $5.00 paid if not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. GAYLE. and LKCOMPTfii GAYLE CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. 16-l- Miss Kirwin, a favorite wherever she You can get a vehicle painted or repaired inrst-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. TO O. R. CRUTCHER & CO. Factory, South warehouse. x3zu7-e- -- stottzk BTXCKs-T- r xsrnjEnD. March 26- - tf J. L. RODMAN & SON. -- well-dress- ed c m 45-l- first-clas- BIG BARGAINS; Best Dark Calicos, 5 cents. Best Indigo Blue Calicos, 6 cents. Good Brown Cotton, 5 cents. Hope Bleached Cotton, 6 2 cents. 1-- f. I ng Si Commercial Com Tho best salve in tho world for Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Soros, Tetter, Chapped Taught Privately to Adults Only. Chilblains, Corns, and all 19 Hands, sale by Chapman & Williams. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Sol. Harris will soil you a boy's Piles, or no pay required. It is guarsuit from 4 to 10 years of ago, for anteed to give satisfaction, or money B00K8 EXAMINED, CONSULTATION 1.50. You can't buy the samo any refunded. Price 25 cents per box. E. B. GUION, For sale by Phil. Carpenter. where else for double the money. at Capital City Business College, Otf. Oct. Book-keepi- the medicine of the century, Its phonominal success as a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wonder of the medicine world. Based unon the Germ theory of Diseases, it is uniquo, moaorn, ana ac once popular, com mending itself as a necessary house hold remedy. It advertises best bv its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt the most roliable germ destroyer in and to tho extent that tho theory is correot, King's Royal ormetour is tho remedy. It is no accident but is tho result of fifteen years study of modical genius. For Pre-eminentex-istan- A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks cheap. Carpets and J. L. RODMAN & SON. Nov. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo, TELEGEAPKT, U-S- y. tf '1 .LkitUkii ,mM v -- t7f.'wT,IJl fe. T w'7Twv BSai I '"PPP5yTO' rc7FvyJV3iy; : 'T,5riif,jwi'r Top Drawer. LOCAL jyrY?7?7' t PKAMFOJRT Wvvrod aa roundabout, at Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable matter. at the post-offlc- e second-clas- s iihV. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. FRANKFORT, NOV. 19. 18!)2. RIVER NEWS. Sl l"f fV Now Company Organized For This Trade. The lock at Oarrollton has been closed for repairs, but it was to have been finished and opened to navigation yesterday. If it was opened, tho handsome little Palls City, newly painted and fitted up for the winter's season, will arrive from Louisville tomorrow afternoon. Capt. Newt. Abrahams will be in command and Mr. Thos. Mncklin, of this city, in charge of the office. The littlo Sandy has been making trips to this city, but will resume her former trade after tins tri-week- week from Madison to Monterey. This river must be considered good picking by the steamboat men, for it is said that a new boat is projected by Capt. Minnish, Frank Senior and others, who are now negotiating for steamer to run a fast and first-clacity and Louisville, and between this to add to this is the following from of Wednesday: tho Courier-Journa- l Articles of incorporation of the People's Packet Company have been filed for record in the county clerk's office at Owenton, this State. The authorized capital is .10,000, divided into shares of $100 each. Of the amount 15,000 has been paid in. The object of the company is to run a line of steamboats in tho Louisville and Kentucky river trade, and is backed by thevealthiest and largest shippers along tho Kentucky valley. The stockholders will meet Saturday at Owenton for the purpose of open-bid- s for the building of a now steamboat of the following dimensions: Length of hull, 132 feet, or 148 feet over all; beam 32 feet; depth uf hold 41 feet, with full cabin and texas The machinery will consist of two steel boilers 20 feet long, 40 inches in diameter, sis flues each, with cylinders and 41 foot stroke. She is to have an entire electric light plant, with all the latest improvements. The now packet is to be completed and ready for business February 1. Capt. Frank Myers, of Now Albany, who organized the com pany and ono of tho largest stockholders, is President: William Smoot, William Jones, Secretary, and Sid Smoot, Treasurer. An effort will also be made, it is said, to raise' the capital to buy a boat for tho trade between this city and Shaker's Ferry. If successful, the projectors say that regular trips up the river will bring a great deal of business to this city that now, for want of transportation that can be depended upon, finds outlets elsewhere. They also think that the boat, in summer especially, can be made to pay handsome returns on the investment in tho way of excursions from this city and also by way of Cincinnati and Louisville Southern ss 12-inc- of tho books furnished. The action of the Board, through a publication favorable to tho monopoly, has been misapprehended to imply that tho increase of tho list means a change of all tho textbooks. It simply au- thorizes tho County Superintendent, an officer chosen by tho people of the county, to either retain the list used at present or else select, if ho deems it advisable, from tho books of other publishing companies, from which in the past he was entirely excluded, even though tho American Company saw fit to charge ton times tho worth that other companies would ask for a book of bettor merit. The State Board is composed of tho Superintendent of Public Instruction, tho Attorney General, Secretary of State, Prof. John T. Gaines, of Louisville, and Prof. J. J. Dickey, of Jackson, Breathitt county, and all excepting the Secretary of State, united in a circular letter this week to the County Superintendents, detailing the purpose of tho increased list and the publishing companies from which, besides the American may Book Company, the be purchased. text-book- s FntK destroyed Mr. Will. Wright's house on Cedar Cove Hill Tuesday. FltANK Conway mashed bin finrrnr accidentally and had to havo it am- - Mr. C. II. Hatch-it- t was on Monday appointed by County Judge Williams tho administrator of the estate of Mrs. Paulino -- mtnt(1li Administrator- I I for Kinkead. Compliment Mr. Hanry Abler was serenaded Tuesday night bv the Frankfort Cornet Band on the occasion of tho thirty third anniversary of his birthday. infants and Children. Castoria Sour Stomach, Dlarrhcoa. Eructation, Kills Worms, gWca sleep, and promotes dl Without injurious medication. gcGtion, enros Colic, OonMfpnUon, "Castorials so wen adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to mo." II. A. Arctier, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Its merits bo well known , Deaths. of dropsy Friday night and his remains wore interred at Greafensburg Sun- Clark Mr. S'im. Clark died day. h Vice-Preside- tri-week- ly railroads. Mexican War Veterans. The Kentucky Society of Mexican War Vetnrans met in the Senate Capt. Chamber Tuesday afternoon. J. H. McBrayor presided over the meeting and referred feelingly to the death of President Gen. Speed S. Fry and Secretary Jennings, who had died since the last meeting of the society. After addresses by Speaker Moore, of the House and Hon. George T. Hal bert, member from Lewis county, an election of officers was held and resulted as follows: President John H. McBrayer, of Anderson county. Vice-Presidents Geo. T. Halbert, county, and Gen. W. J. Lan-druof Lewis of Garrard county. Secretary John G. Oraddock, of Paris. Corresponding Secretary Alexander Williamson, of Cynthiana. The next meeting will be held at Stanford, and J. S. Bosley and Reuben Williams, of Lincoln county, were named a committee to arrange for and fix tho date of tho next meeting. Tho School Book Matter Settled. Tho State Board of Education, on Friday and Saturday, held a meeting, and four out of the five members agreed to inoreaso the number of publishing firms from which text books may be selected by the County Superintendents. As tho American Book Company has had a monopoly of furnishing text books for tho schools, tho State Board holds that it is to tho interest of tho patrons of the sohoola that the list bo enlarged somewhat so as to provide competition, both in tho price and tho quality Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Pfeiffer The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pfeifer died Tuesday Ihos. H. Ford. President; E. H GuioM, Principal. E. H. Elliott. at its parents residence on the Lees-tow- n Treasurer; G D. Fendley, Secretary. road Aunt Harriet Pulliam, Pulliam Short hand, Business Correspondence, Chukch Supper The Earnest Business writing. an aged colored woman, living near Workers of the Baptist Church gave 'Book-keepinCoinineroiiil Law, Typewriting. of the Louisville & a supper in the chapel of the church the round-hous- e Arithmetic, Grammar, Spelling, elo. Nashville railroad, died Tuesday last evening. Tho feature of the Mght sclionl from Sep'nnbertn June. 'J lie backward pupils encouraged. The nihanced student night. supper was tho little girls of the finished. Diplomas awarded. Otilogue In press. Application made lor Incorporation. We have the beet home school of btislnes In the State of Kentucky. Oiiestxl'tt At Newark, Ohio, Mrs. society who acted as waiters at the Sunday. She tables. There was a vory good attendT. J. Chestnutt died was the mother of Rev. J. Norton ance. BRED, SOON Chestnutt, of the Episcopal Church, Kicked by a Mule Ben Morrison, , and was well known in this city, keeper of the was kicked whjre she lived many years. in the face byamulo late. Friday of last Glenn Michael Glenn, of Louis- week. His nose was mashed and a deep ville, who has been working with his gash cutinhisupperlip.Ifhe had not brother, John Glenn, proprietor of been too close to tho mule to get the the marble works in this city, died full force of the blow, he would have "STour Wednesday of malarial fever, and his been killed. skra family remains were shipped to his Office Abolished Mr. Caswell House-Cleanin- g Thursday for interment in the ceme- Bennett, jr., son of Judge Bennett, of July2-ly- . tery at Louisville. the Court of Appeals, resigned his Quire Mrs. Fanny Quire, aged 56 office as tipstaff to the Superior DRAIN MERVL years, wife of Mr. Robert Quire, who Court Wednesday, and tho court formerly lived in this county, died in thereupon abolished the office. The Louisville Saturday. Her remains office was a sinecure and the pay FARM OF TnE LATE CAPT. SAM Steele, lylns on the Kentucky river, a miles were brought here Monday and the three dollars a day. below Frankfort. This property has u good funeral services conducted in the dwelling of seven rooms; all kinds of outbuildHon. J. C. C. Black, of Augusta, ings; a tenement houses; 3 tobacco barns; Is well Christian Church. The body was Georgia, who defeated Hon. Tnomas watered and has one o( the best landings on tho the land has been river. A large buried in the old burying ground Watson, tho Populist member from Da. E. 0. Wrevr's Nekvkanu Hhain Tkkat-mkx- grass for many portiona ofconsiderable part of In years, It near Collins' Station. a suar.mteed hpecliic for listeria, Dizzi- being new, and in Hue condition for tobacco. It in Congress by over 5,000 that district Kits, Nervous NeuraUl.i. will be sold as n who e or divided Into two "tracts. ness, Convulsions, imusjiI by the Headache. Nervous Possession Olelland Intelligence was re- majority, is a son of Dr. E. H. Black, of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental ue terms applygiven on, the 1st of next March. For to L.D. MARSHALL, the former Superintendent of the ceived in this city of the death in Sept. the Brain resulting In Frankfort. Ky. misery, and Institute, and a broth- 1'reniature leadline toDarreness.di'ciy and death, Cincinnati last week of the oldest Feeble-mindePower Loss of Old Aim. sex, and Spermadaughter of Rev. Dr. T. II. Olelland, er of Mrs. Helen McClure, of this In either causedImoluniury by overexertion of t'io brain, torrhoea Presbyterian Church, in Spring- city. ' ai'h box contains of the or EY-AT-- L AW field, Missouri. Miss Olelland visited Sanders' Hearing By agreement one month's treatment. $1.00 a box. or six boxes 00, sent by miillptepaldon receipt of price. forSC AJTthis city about two years ago as the of attorneys tho investigation of the WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. IZBAI, ESTATE AGENT. guest of Miss Rebecca Averill. A shooting of Bee Frazier by Sam Sanlarge number of relatives of Dr. ders, jr., was postponed by County To cure anv case. "With each orderrecelved by us WILL PRACTICE IN TDK COURTS OV Vt Franklin adjoining $5 nil, we for Olelland here, among whom aro Judge Judge Williams until next Monday. sendsix boxes, accompanied with cuaranteo towill will also giro Rod theattention to countle, and reracial the purohau the purchaser our written collection not claims, Ira Julian, Dr. W. H. Averill's family, Injustice to Mr. Sanders it should be fund the money If the treatment does THE eUeU and sale of real estate, of loans. of and the leeottnttoD cure, fiiurantees Issued only bj Mrs. Sam Bull, Mrs. Mag Gaines, Mrs. stated that ho was not engaged in a InnM-lCO., and. J. W. (JAYLE, Mary B. Day and sisters, and others, playing cards at the time of the Kr.tnklort. Ky. mourn the loss of their young and shooting. He was merely an at the game. beautiful relative. Miss NoraMcGill, daughtMrs. A. D. Reid,J who is teaching a McGill We will pay the above reward for any case of . Iner of Mr. James McGill, and a couBin class of young ladies in Physical Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Sick lleadu-hdigestion, Constipation, or CostIenesj wo cannot 'MH'PftUWHM finitum ana Elocution in our nit v ,,,n,.witli West's Vrgetable Liver Pills, when the of Mrs. E. H. Taylor and Mr. Johnson, died Monday after- has been teaching in Kentucky for directions are strlctl) compiled with. They are tlurely Vegetable, and never fall to glvn satlsfai- husband is a native pn. SujjarCouted Large boxes, containing to noon at one o'clock of cerebro spinal oight years. Her f pills, MOMUS. UiSW.lf'OI COIllUeril'lIH meningitis. She had been very ill of ono of our neighboring onnnHnu tatIons. TIk genuine manufietured Ullil Mil- only by luuiibiits, THE for three weeks or more, but her and was educated in Lexington. He ILL. JOHN C.byWI.ST C )MPANY. CHIPAfiO. OlIHES K0THIHG BUT PILES. For sale all druggist. death was nevertheless sudden and is now an invalid, and Mrs. Roid shocking to her family and friends. should receive the encouragement of MANHOOD RESTORED. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE d "8AHATIVO," tho Kentuckian in As a pupil in the public school and a every known for 15 years as tho BEST Wondorful Hpantnh REMEDY FOR PILES. 1 ltemedy, la Bold with a young and beautiful girl of twenty her struggle to maintain an independ- - k& 5S3 5S 5 CO., BT.LOUIB. T1 fw Written Guarantee Prepared by wz TKi to euro all Xeivous Disyears, standing on the threshhold of one support ior ner iamny. eases, such as Weak Memory, of Praia Church Dedication Though the a bright and happy womanhood, the Powor, Headache, Wakefulness, Lost Mandeceased possessed those lovable handsome now colored Methodist hood, Nervousness, Lastraits of character which endeared Church is not quite finished, it was Before &Aftor Uso. situde, all drains and Iosj of power of tho lit her to a largo circle of admiring dedicated Sunday with imposing ser- -' Photographed from life. Ocneratlvo Orrans 1)7 pltlier box. caurcd friends who mourn with unfeigned vices. There wero five meeting of. youthful indlBcretlons.or tlio excessive aseoi sorrow nor untimely ueatn. .tier the congregation during the day and lead toiouact-0- opium, or siuruiams, which muumieiy Infirmity, Consumption and rut up tliovcst pocket. 1'ilco convenient form heart-brokeover night, at each of which the church In a package, or o for10 carrv in every $3 order wo clvc a parents, who are $5. Willi to euro or written their sad bereavement, have tho sym- was filled to overflowing. Many monoy. guarantee to anv address. refund tho Circular freo Sent by mail in plain envelope. Mention this paper. AJdrrss, The white people wore present to participathy of the community. MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Offlco for U. S. A. funeral services wero conducted at pate in the dedication, A choir of 338 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. the Methodist Church Tuesday after- select voices furnished the music. FOR SALE IN FHANKFORT, KY., HY noon at 2:30 o'clock, by Rev. H. G. Thero was a prayer-meetin- g at 0 P CARPENTER, Drilflflist, at 9 and holy Henderson, and the body laid to rest o'clock, Sunday-schoiBiclcs in tho cemetery beneath a covering sacrament at Jl o'clock. At tho afAugust ternoon services tho pastor, Rev. Jas. of flowers. . M. Turner, wbb assisted by Rev. J. 3 .J In Olden Times McOlusky Blayney, of the First PresPROPERTY byterian Church, and at night Rev. nnilE LARGE RESIDENCEoccupied by (Ion.OF 1 lately P. Pooplo overlooked the importance of J. F. Thomas preached tho sermon. W. Mrs. P. B. Hunt, ut south end ot Shelby Uiirdln, situated the permanently beneficial effects and Rev. E. Evans and Mr. Farris were Btreet, South Krunkfort. There nre 25 ncros In -the place, ull In grass except the garden. were satisfied with transient action, present to assist in the services. Splendid locution for u dulry. FRANK CH1NN. nX TRF FT.m but now that it is generally known "" Ho declares it to bo "tho best rom-od- y FitAHKFOitT, Sept. 24, 1892.-tthat Syrup of Figs will permanently for cough and croup." Mr. D. cure habitual constipation, well in- T. Good, Columbia, Tenn., writes: "I formed people will not buy other keep Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in tho is the best laxatives, which act for a tlmo, but house all tho time. Itcroup I over STRA.Y BY C. II. JULIAN, remedy for cough and TAKEN UP A8 A about eight miles from Frank-A ijmiIUWAUhmjW living finally injure tho system. used." ,i5-A-3T:,oz- Bruised Mr. Charles Fosser, while at work in a well at the brewery Sat- urday, received a painful wound on the head by a piece of iron falling on him. He has recovered. Killed a Cow Granville Preston and n slmnilon accidentally cut a limb of a cow belonging to Dave Peveler with an axe, which made it necessary to kill the animal. A Coukt Dinnek -- Jailer Minus Williams entertained the County Court of Claims at dinner Wednesday. It was an occasion worthy the efforts of this experienced provider of good things to eat. Mehi wether Hotel Mrs. Fanny Freeman, a most excellent lady, who has had long experience in keeping a boarding house, has rented tho old Meriwether Hotel. She assumed charge of it Wednesdaj'. of supererogation toendorso it. Few ore tho intelligent families who do not keep Costoria within easy reach." Carlos BLirtyn, D.D., New York City. Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church. "The use of 'Castoria1 is bo universal ond tliat it seems a work " For several years I havo recommended your ' Costoria, ' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Paiideb, M. D., "Tho Winthrop," 125th Street and 7th Am, New York City. 77 MunRAt ,MH fi 'lit . 'Jm Tmt Ckktacr Company, Street, New York. '1? Feb. 13-- 1 y ti V Kki i Capital ,T, Sty Business ESTABLISHED 1881. College. i Southeast corner Main and St Clair streets, m g, "WELL WED." G-IRL- S WHO USE work-house- -- Qiiolal7 Married. Next Try It In. . FOR SALE. t, Soft'-nhifjo- f d Lo-e- s self-abu- se ATTORN w cromwelC 17-3O- v i W2 on-look- $500 Reward! o, TABLE'S GKEYE JLMl Z V-'-A- PILE W-Stap- e ' TIIEyTA If Mil Hi-i- noble-hoarte- -- niCIUBDSO!f-TAYI.OBUE- , , n 1 I ol ft 13-l- South f. swjr e'r MsrcbB.ii: &J!iRtYlofV i 9A )'I Estray Notice. 1832-l- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. fort, one black sow, with crop off of loft ear. which lrns been valued by the undersigned at eight dollars. J. W. BOHANNAN, Oct. 7, r7s4jutaaKnaBKiuiAsSMVT!t. J.P.F.O. 'W 5 M MAS TIN Tb.e lOosrfc 4SBBHIB ajjj KCtw BflBB SfeBbk TEh. vifftt jVVTxisTvFftH kt HE. HhaflF Agents 3?or XT ' ! COLTS, In the World For the Money ! - PARKER and L C. SMITH lt2Bv A, A? frcP JflEgKj KksI& i I'm ' ' '' , J HORSE BLANKETS and BUGGY ROBES Ohurch Thursday morning at 11 by Rev. J. The following time table is now in o'clock, conducted Blayney, D. D the pastor effect upon tho L. fc N. road: The music by the choir will bo a TBAINS WEST. special feature of the service. 5:50 a. ra No.231oaveBFrHnkfort o 9:40 a. No. 17 lenvee Frnnkfort An honest Swede tells his story in 3:t)0 p. m No. 21 loaves Frnnkfort 7:38 p. m. plain but unmistakable language for No 19 loaves Frnnkfort the benefit of the public. ''One of TBAINS EAST. my children took a severe cold and No. 18 leavos Frankfort.... 10:10 a. m. got the croup. I gave her a 4:35 p. m. of Chamberlain's Cough No. 20 leaves Frankfort No. 24 arrives Frnnkfort .... 7.48 p. m. Remedy, and in five minutes later I By this time 9:15 p.m. gave her one more. No. 22 leaves Frankfort Nos. 23, 17 and 21 connect at Lagraago she had to cough up the gathering in 'for Cincinnati. No. 23 and 21 connect her throat. Then she went to sleep and slept good for fifteen minutes. at Anchorage for Bloorafleld Brnnch. V. W. Alkxandkb, Then she got up and vomited; then Agent. she went back to bed and slept good for the remainder of tho night. She tho croup tho second night and FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT fot her the same remedy with the same good results. 1 write this bo-cause I thought there might be some one in the same need and not know FRANKFORT, NOV. 19, 1892. the true merits of this wonderful medicine." Charlks A. Thompseen, Des Moines, Iowa. 25 and 50 cent Religious. bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist, lm We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers oi churches! n the Advertised Letters atFrankfort.Ky. city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish Below will be found a list of advertised made letters for the week ending November Baptibt Church Rev. W. O. Tay- 19th, 1892 : Baird, Johnson, W. B lor, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit Brown,A. Mrs Jenkins, Dr. & .morning at 11 o'clock and Mrs. Wm. Christiana at 7 o'clock p. m. Keinen, Karl Brown, James Bailey, MrB. Laura Maddin, Capt. A. W. H. Southern Presbyterian Church Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his Bailey, Lewis C Morris, Mrs. Mat BiccH, James morning at 11 Buckner, MissNel- - Price, George pulpit Denny o'clock and at 7 p. m. lie Peppel, Mrs. James Boyd, Willie Pincin, Roads Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Oastleman, B. D. Patter, Willie Porter, Penick, the rector, will occupy Crawford, Henry Roberts, George W. Georgo Carnot, Wm. morning Dean, Riley his pulpit Reed, J. W. at 11 o'clock and in the evening at Davis, Miss Mara- - Rawlott, Dr. L. P. Rusell, Miss Lue mio 7:00. Sims, Miss Alice Evans,"I. WT. Franklin, Austain Storm, First Presbyterian Church Foster, Mrs, Lue Taylor, H. P. Rev. J. McOlusky Blayney, D. D., Flynif, L. Tibbet, Mrs. Flora the pastor, will occupy his pulpit Floidi Miss Saidie V. Woodward Taylor, Mrs. Fanmorning at 11 and at Ford, Tom Grant, Miss Alice nie 7:00 p. m. Gross, Mrs. Millie Taylor, Miss Annie (2) Hall, Allen A. Methodist Oiiuroh Rev. W. B. Harris, Austin Vest, Mrs. Cordilia morn- Herndon, George Williams, Mrs. J. Cooper will preach B. E. ing at 11 o'clock. No night service. Howard, Joshua Warfield. S. A. Sunday-schoo- l at 0:30 a. m. Messrs. Taylor & Harris, W. T. The Epworth Loaguo meets in HawkiiiB, Miss Williams Ford, Eaton &Co. Vivlet the evening at 6:30 in the class room. Jacks, Harry, F. Lilly Coal Co. (3) R. B. Cotter LumUatuouo OnuRon Tho usual Jackson, My ber Co. services at the Church of the Good Jackson, Peter will be conShepherd When calling for thoso letters say ad ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, vertised. Mc-dusky I tea-spoonf- ul TIME TABLE. MRS. M. A. SELBERT. Christmas Goods of Every Variety of Silvorwaro, Jewelry and Notions. JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Have Removed From the Batzell Building V . 1 ' Those who intend to make purchases of presents for their relatives and friends for Christmas remembrances, ought to go at the earliest ON MAIN STEET, TO moment to Mrs. M. A. Selbert's and examine her large stock of watches, diamonds, jewolry, clocks, silverware, opera glasses and all variety of goods of that class. Here lino of novelties, nf Capital especially, has been greatly increased y this week and offers tempting inwill fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a ducements to one who seeks some- short time. thing new and beautiful, as well as the useful, in Christmas presents. All gqods sold by her are warranted to be just as she represents them. A large number of people were in the 101 AND 102 AW2T STUBET, Basement the Hntel. BST-The- store yesterday making purchases, and it would be well for those intending to buy such goods to go early and thereby have a greater variety to select from. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET. FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. mm Minn iegufactiii 80. Have opened Sale Booms oil Ann Street, near Christian Church. w Sales on our market for the week justclosed amount to 1,912 hhds., with receipts for tho same period of 781 L hhds. Sales on our market since JanSEE GOODS uary 1st amount to 143,950 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1891 on our market to date 123,298 hhds. Wo have a very firm and active market for all grades of hurley tol(Oi bacco throughout the week. The sales C!TJ of tho 1892 crop of burley amount to 197 hogsheads, and prices for such reached as high as 20 50 per 100 for ALL P? 231 one hogshead. Tho receipts of new If burley will no doubt be large at an lcsk ) early day if the weather conditions Tho favorable for handling the crop, aro tendency of prices on low grades has been gradually upward for sometime past and we find it necessary to advance quotations on 334 Consumption (Jural. some grades. "I believe It to he 0110 ol tho best medicines The following quotations fairly bold. The physicians, tw.i my represent our market for burley wife had consumption, bothje.irs iiko. said I lungs affected. m id G. GET PRICES. H. MATT2M, THE DISLASES MAIN STRKhT, FRANKFORT. KY. W fa v !c Trash (dark) or damaged trash tobacco, crop of 1891: 6 50 tobacco Common Colory trash... 8 00 Medium to eood colory 9 00 ' the pastor. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass at 10 a. m., and vespers at 7:00 p. m. J. M. Saffkll, Common lugs not colory 8 9 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 13 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 14 Medium to good leaf. 17 Good to fine leaf. 50 00 00 50() 00 00 - Postmaster. Why Don't You Stop These words are very familiar to our readers, as not a day passes without tho report of tho sudden death of Tho exsome prominent citizen. planation is ''Heart Disoases." Therefore beware if you have any of tho Short Breath, following symptoms: Pain in Side, Smothering Spells, Swollen Ankles, Asthmatic Breathing, Weak and Hungry Spells, Tenderness in Shoulder or Arm, Fluttering of Heart or Irregular Pulso. These symptoms moan heart disease. Tho most reliable remedy is Dr. Miles' New Heart Ouro, whioh has saved thousands of lives. Book of testimonials free at J. W. Qayle's who also sells tho New Heart Ouro. 1 Select or wrappory tobacco m -- 25 00 have had to send her outli fortvvtral springs to keep her ulue, but since he has been taking Radam's Microbe Killer she has been right nt S7 50 home attending to her business, and Is In better 2, 9 00 s health than she has been In 20 years. xJ..-7--5r:E3:E"It. T. POOLE. Cedurtown. Cu." n-i13 00 Several Diseases Cured. 9 50 "I cheerfully testify to the curatlvo powers of tfoYTisqcisiirr. 13 00 your medicine. Having been a sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial infection and Indigestion, 15 00 after taking Microbe Killer all of the above 14 00 symtoms have entirely disappeared. " ours, etc., 17 00 TH03. L. DAVIS. 25 00 "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans, La." 32 50 y. RoVt. B. Pranklin Frankfort, Ky. BEsrwqciUTT. RMS! ,.1.1 m For Rent. Asthma and Catarrh Cured. V ' OHiubTiAif Church The usual services will bo conducted by Rev. W. O. Tharp, of Carlisle, .at 11 and 7 o'clock. The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 0:25. w Tho place formerly owned by Dr. W. H. Hall, on Cross Street. The house contains Ave rooms and Large yard and gardon, kitohon. with good stable and water on promises. For torms apply to Dr. E. E. Humo. 5-t- "I have been a sufferer from asthma and catarrh, for more than two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting up In bed or reclining In a chair. I have used one Jug of IMdam's Microbe Killer, aud for the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly aud sweetly as a I attribute my relief to the remedy, and child. heartily recommend It to any one sintering from asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. "Respectfully. "EDWIN K. MOORE, "Cashier in Bank of AdalrvlUe, Ga." MI TE'S CREAM 1 RMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS . Has lod all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rnpir!lrBIl-IUIlD305.TAYL0RllKD- f. m Rank Stock for Sale. Eleven shares in city banks, in lots to suit purchasers. Apply at this ofllce. ,SOLD EVERYWHERE. CO,, ST.LOCIS. Fever anil Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after taking Microbe Killer for nltceu days I am entirely cured, ufter being sick two years with malarial fever, and during which tlmel contracted other diseases, Mux. etc. I was ntended during this time by three of thobest doctors of the city without being bene-iltte"WM.DOHERTY. "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." Tho hour of the ovoning service Church has been changed from 7:15 to 7 o'clock, and the Young People's Sooioty of Christian Endeavor will meet 0:25 p. m., lieyenfter. at the Baptist d, House and Lot -- Nurseries ! FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUECRASS JIr. Itnilam's Mlcrobo Killer Cures all Diseases by Itomoviug tho Causo. AT- circular and the Send 2 cents stamp for For Ront. Mlcrobo War, shows what disease is and.whatthe Thanksgiving services The Union remedy muat be, and do, to euro It. Read it, PXJBLIC circulate It and you wMl the dlscoveror for saving will be held Thursday morning at 11 A desirable residence on tho coryour life. Address RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER. Nashville. Tenn. o'clook in tho Christian Ohuroh. Rev. ner of Lewis and Clinton streets. For SALE, AT AT or LkCOMPTE W. OAYLE tno city on J. I WILL OFFERdoor In PUBLI of Frankfort,THE solengonts for Franklin county. & GAYLE CO. B. Cooper willpreaoh the sermon, terms apply to W. Wm. Cromwell, Jan, and will be assisted byJRovs. W. G' Committee of Nannio Goins. 2Eo:n.a.et3rf 3Doc. Stli, 1B92, UNIVERSITYofVIRGINIA Neville, H. G. Henderson and W. O. tho house nnd lot on Long Lane filler, opposite Taylor in conducting tho aorvice. Uaydon Demur tho tins Works, known as the CHARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. house It will pay you to look at our oloth-in- g property. The by 42 contains two rooms una a feet. kitchen, lot 60 Next sosskrn begins 15th Sept. Courses in Art, before you purchase; you can TERMS OK BALis-o- no nun cash, immnce lit Engineering, Law, Medicines. For announce The usual Thanksgiving services save fully 25 per cent, at Ed. Harris' twelve months. WM. DEMAR. ment apply to Midway, Ky. bo hold in tho First Prosbyterlau old stand. Nov.w-tu- , will wai.M. THORNTON, LL., D., Chairman. SALE. TREES LEXINGTON, KY. Oct.-3- Court-hous- e 10-l-y 11-S- t. Vines, nnd every thlug usually found in such un establishment. A full htock. Prices Low. Wo pay no agents. Descriptive catalogues on application. OF ALL KINDS. Small Fruits, Aspakaous, Gkape H. F. HBLLENSEYER, ..& ! f. mam wuu&SMBSn msw I JOHKT "I. !lBXJOISLIL.EI3r, A, . ' ITra-Hlcfort- , KJy, A Shining Example OUR GOODS AND PRICES OUTSHINE ILL OTHERS. 2 WARD CLAASSEN I tJtc2--t -- '' -L'J - C' - - -!-- Drop around and see what we can do for you in holidays goods. umber, GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - Fruits, Nuts, Plum Puddings. las Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, !PE AND FITTINGS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK EVERYTHING GOOD TO ET. GUARANTEED. Opposite State House. - TO FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. J. HEENEY, A FORMER RESIDENT TheSouth Side Grocer. THE LEGISLATURE and Ready to Work on tho Charters for tho Cities. ed AAAAAAAAAirVrirVTAr-ll. Of This County Yet Living who is 104 Years of Age. ceived by County Clerk Smith yesterday that there is an aged lady, a former resident of this county, whose huBband fought in the war of the Revolution, still living in Missouri. The letter is addressed from Kirks-ville- , Mo., and was written by David Hudson, of Sublett, Adair county, in that State. The writer requests the County Clerk to send him a copy of the marriage certificate of John Briddle to Sally West. He says the marriage took place at a very early day in the history of the State and that Briddle was a soldier in the Revolution and his widow, who is yet alive, is 104 years old. The certificate is now being looked for among the ancient records of the It would appear from a letter re- ' Columbus, O. These latter, like the gentlemen from Frankfort, have rendered the Cuvier valuable aid in futnering legislation in the interest of the preservation of game and the regulation of season for gathering it. Next day the Frankfort guests were driven through the suburbs of Cincinnati Walnut Hill, Avondale and Clifton in a handsome turnout under escort of a member of the Cuvier Club. They speak in highest terms of the courtesy and broad hos pitality of the members of that body. Many old soldiers, who contracted chronic diarrhoea while in the service, have since been permanently cured of it by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by J. W. Gayle, Drugeist. lm Puzzle publlc-itlotheclrcu-latlonoesti-innt e. f Born. Wednesday night to the wife of Mr. Pat H. Newman, a daughter. county clerk's office and if it cannot be found the writer requests that the Shortsightedness. letter be forwarded to the Woodford County Clerk. To waste your money on vile, dirty, All Free. watery mixtures compounded by inhave Those who have used Dr. King's experienced persons, when youOtto's testing New Discovery know its value, and the opportunity of Why will you Cure free those who have not, have the oppor- continue of charge. your throat and to irritate tunity to try it free. Call on the adver- lungs with that terrible hacking get a Trial Bottle tised Druggist and Chapman & Williams free. Send your name and address cough whenyou a free sample bottle to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and will furnish New of this great guaranteed remedy? get a sample box of Dr. King's to the Life Pills Free, as well a copy of Hold a bottle of Otto's Cure golden Guide to Health and Household In- light and observe itsbeautiful All of which is color and thick heavy syrup. Larstructor, Free. guaranteed to do you good and coat gest packages and purest goods. 45 nothing at Phil. Carpenter's Drug Large bottle 50c. Store. . . 4 TuesTho Legislature The folio lug mlspl u ed letter constitute when properly arranged FXPLANATION: day and by next week will be fairly of then mie ol the most popular music publication on the continent, nrnl the publishersthe 'l he Canadian Mumc Folio are offering n 1'rlze Competition In connection with It, engaged upon its heavy labors of f anil tncreaso sole object belngto attract .ittontl n to their hnndome tho government under It As t the reliability of Tit- - c.naihan Music Tomo Comimny, and tho wln-rthey are best known, contestants on In which the) arc held In Toronto, Canada. the new Constitution. It is probable In this cnmpeMtlo.i are referred to am of tho "Mruntl e Agencies' or leading Dally Newspapers or Canada, who will verify the statement that wa are the only house In the that the first work that will claim the lonipetltlon business In Canndath t faithfully mnies out what It advertises, mid further-moi-attention of the members will be the Ours" Is the onlv advertisement or this k'lid th it The Toronto Globe (tho ltadlng , Canadian Newspaper) will accept, which Is but another proof of our Integrity. charters of the various classes of cities, and to reconcile and adjust all the disagreements arising over these charters will consume a large part of the session, which, it is believed, will necessarily bo extended until the next harvest. Another important matter, the Corporation Bill, will again have to be introduced and passed, but if the Court of Appeals The publishers of The Canadian Music Folio will give an Elegant Span of Driving settles the vexed question about the Horses with CARRIAGE and HARNESS COMPLK fE, vdlued at $000 (delivered free In uny part of the Un ted States) tot e nr i person w no can nrr.mgi "ua wy final passage of a bill in the World's y"? rectly; to the second will le ghen u Lady's or GentUmi.n's SAFETY BICYCLE (auv make Fair case now under submission, Ludj's orGentle-desired) with PNEUMATIC TIKE; to the thlid will be given an there will be no further obstacle to its Will man's SOLID GOLD WATCH UIUeil III gli. 10 1110 IOUn.ll given ue Kivcn ii udhuiiio an elegant CHINA DIAMOND ItING (Lady's or Gentleman's); to the lirth w.Il be enactment. The charter for Louis(oUslna 12 n ,ii.m., t.itim sixth a- ,,.m-- 1 music box iri.fnrtMU.nieces): kwih4 DINNER SERVICE ,...vM s ville will be presented at a very w viulin, uuimk, ,....rt anuuuin, tii mo to the seventh chore or a Miiuot early day and will meet with heavy the tenth an CAMEimtn the ninth a FRENCH MNTEL CLOCK: toTOILET MET ANTIQUE SILVhR BANQUET LAMP; to the eleventh ROYAL WORCESTER opposition in certain features that (13 pieces); to the twelfth a line pair of GOLD MO"NTED OPER . GLASSES and many will draw to Frankfort a large part oth-- r prizes In order of m rlt. THE ONLY CONDITIONS are that evei y Competitor must politicians of the office holders and arrange tne letters of the noove three words correctly, and enclose same with (16) i I TEEN 'J WO oENT POSTAGE STAMPS for one mouth's tilal subscription to our Musio Folio. of that city. It is said that the same the first prize and the The pprMiu whose envelope Is post marked first will be awarded you know exactly or can trouble will arise over the charter for person has order of 4 others Inthe meritsmerit. Every are getting. an equal chance, and the second class cities, but the of what you (hid out fending the last correct nnswer will be given charters for the other classes, es- 4 To the person $500; to the first person from the lust sending a an Elegant UPRIGHT correct answer will be PIANO, valued at pecially the third, in whicli Frankgiven a Gentleman's Fine GOLDSANDJZW TCU. which strikes the hours and quarter go the fort is included, it is believed, will hours, on small Cathedral gong at pleasure, and yiihjed at $300; to the second from SILANTIQUE through with very little or no amend- i last a SAFE Y BICYCLE (any make) PNEUMATIC TIRE; to the third an OAK BEDROOM from thelahtan ANTIQUE VER FLOWER EPERGNE; to the fourth ment to the drafts made by the city sixth from TEA i SUITE: toa the fifth from the last a handsome SILVER dozen SERVICE, to the Plate 'Stiver committees and the Revisory Comeaeh Quadruple beautiful PIANO LAMP; to the seventh a the ast CHINA TEA SERVICE the i and SPOONS: mission. i KNIVES FORhSthe ninth from to tne eignin iromgnullast a FINE tho Iat a pair of ( pieces); to I0ICM w -.- DFWOA .-.. nrsi-ci.ib- i""" Eleg-in- t Vw I m i " V Good Looks. Good looks The Cuvier Club Banquet. The Cincinnati papers give glowing and lengthy, accounts" of the Cuvier Club banquet which was attended by Messrs. 0. 0. Furr, Sam'l. R. Smith and Richard Morris, of this city. As members of the "Kingfisher Club," they received the only invitations except two to the Wyandotte Club, of Columbus, given outside the The Cuvier Club membership. forty pound spread consisted of salmon from Main, venison from Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains, snipe from Baltimore, duck from Michigan, qual from Illinois, besides a host of other good things. The Cuvier Club has the finest club rooms in Cincinnati, whilBt its display of mounted birds, fish and animals is most extensive. The Commercial Gazette alludes to the Frankfort guests as follows: Among the guests of the club were 0. 0. Furr, Samuel R. Smith and Richard Morris, of Frankfort, Kv., who were cordially welcomed for the aid they have given the club in many wavfl. are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy conMillinery. dition of all tho vital organs. If tho We offer a choice stock of im Liver bo inactive, you have a Bilious ported and domestic millinery at Look, if your stomach be disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look and it reasonable prices. your moneys ue amictuu you uavo u Sam. D. Johnson & Co. ll-2- t. Pinched Look. Secure good health 311 Main street. and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is tho great alterative and Worth Knowing. Tonic, acts directly on these vital orMany thousand people have found gans. Cures Pinples, Blotches, Boila Sold a frierid in Aunt Fanny's Health and gives a good complexion. at PHil. Carpenter's Drug Store. 4 If yob have never used this great specific for the prevailing malady of Cloaks! Cloak. the age, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, We offer a large stock of ladies, Rheumatism, Costiveness, Nervous, Exhaustion, Nervous Prostration, misses and children's cloaks at low Sleeplessness and all diseases arising prices. from derangement of the stomach, Sam. D Johnson & Co. 311 Main street. liver and kidneys, wo would be pleased to give you a package of this great nerve tonic free of charge. How to Cure a Cold. Chapman & Williams. 45 Re-store- r.l i i i i i i i i i i i "FAIHY ECHOES," REVERIE. "b'AUEa," (uomie song) "SPRING WHIiPERsi." MORCEAU. WALTZES, Gre.it Success. "OVER THE WAVES," WA .TZES. "ANDALUCIa" 00 piges In all "MY MOTHER'S KISd." (Vocal). you ever saw In if thiK is NivrnYFARTHE GREATEST VALUE argument. No the music line, write will be noticed us and we will refund your m jney without quibble or thHt does not contain 80 cents In stamps, within thirty days after this advertisement Address: "LA SERKNATA" WALTZE9. nrlzes In order of merit. tenth from the lasta FRKNCII CHINA FISH SET. and imanv othernrlzes i if there should be We shall give away 200 VALUABLE PHIZES l.stils sDeclal i ne so many sending correct answer.) . No charge Is made for boxing or packing prizes, names of the leading prlze-- nners, will be published In connection with our advertisenext month. ment in leading newsp-iperNothing Is charged for prizes In any w.xy. They are absolutely given for the purpose of are Mieet music, Incn alnir the circulation or our Folio. We handle all lines ofwholesale priceandwhichthe . Is only "House" in th trade supplying the consumers direct at sure to win your patronxge. we have outllveJ the prejudice that the public have against brought about by uiic upufous pub lshers of "Fake" Journals and PRIZE w bivo ovorrm hk. uui uuiobiioh ""w- patent.. medicine men, as we nave noi uuvm-usM...i no uureiii'W' This mnnrii'ii Issue contains the following copyright milHie : n..r..f f.,i limit; s COMP1-TITIOj Yi "hush little girl (Vecal.) don't caY." n 'iS nn-w- Canadian MENTION THIS PAPER. SViusic Folio Nov.42-It. TORONTO, CANADA. ll-2- t. black St. Bernard dog, Rover by name, nearly full grown. Any one who returns him or gives information that will lead to his return will be paid a reward of five dollars by E. Power. A 10-2t- Strayed or Stolen . you fee?, weak and all worn out take BROWN'S IRON BITTERS If known remedy. If you have Asthma, Bronohitis, Consumption or any disease of tho throat and lungs, a few doses of this great guaranteed remedy will surprise you. If vou wish to trjjitcallat our store, on Alain street, and wo will be pleased to furnish you a bottle free of cost, SOL and that will prove our assertion. 45 Simply take Otto's Cure. Wo know of its astonishing cures and that it will stop a cough quicker than any Bargains. Bocond-han- d 42-t- f. MastinBroB. have some splendid Surroya, Pheatona nnd Buggies that they offer chenp. If you want a bargain in men's, boys', childrena' suits and overcoats call at Ed. Harris' old stand. f. Notice. Other gueBts of the club were Captain Ed. Taylor and John Oollender, of the Wyandotte Fishing Club, of Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. XiVts Chapman & Williams, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria AN ORDER OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY Court. tho;Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust Company has been appointed administrator of the estate of Samuel Calmese, deceased. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate are called upon to Fettle same, and aU HARRIS WILL PAY THE HIGHE8T coon, red and persons having claims against the same are refor irur skins, such hs grey fox, mink, otter, cat, oposum, muskrut, Ac.; quired to present them properly old feathers, ginseng and yellow root, FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT k TRU8T CO. new land by FAYKTTK Hewitt, President. SOL HARRIS, Ac Nor. J. A. Scorr, Attorney, Frankf o t, Ky . Nov, Cash Paid, i, 12-'2- jjiiaJuhJi., ,, frtiftJMlkittttjaAA mmmammi "ri-w- ipazwnn m "1 li TZ3" LmmihSI NICKEL ALARM. The People's Mascot. 3tfo And when you want Trouble! No Repairing! SUPERIOR TO No Stop on this Clock! Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, SILVERWARE, OPERA GLASSES; 4o., Come to Us. We offer grand inducements on them all. ALL OTHERS REGARDLESS OF COST. k M A. SELBERT Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific Frankfort, Kentucky It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Is the finest remedy in the world. II nui M near Campell streot, South Side, Tuesday night, and danced the hours Arguments Boforo tho Court of Ap- away until near midnight, when refreshments were served. The house- peals Thursday. warming company was composed of The arguments before the Court of tne following: JMIss Margaret iiyons, Annie Appeals in tho case of the World's of Missouri; MisHes Sue Morris, Green, Hines, Rebecca Johnson, Kate .Fair Appropriation were not made Nellie Orbison, Minnie VanDerveer, Tuesday because of the illness of Rose Crittenden and Florence Stanton and Messrs. Noble Lindsey, Judge Pryor, who asked that he case French. Hoge, Fayette Hewitt, jr., be passed until Thursday, in order George Hunt, Edmund Taylor, Harry that ho might be present. On Thurs- Rodman, Lindsey Hale and Dr. Walday the court-roowas thronged ler Dade. withlawyers and Legislators, and Mr, The matrimonial Euchre Club was George M. Davie spoke for the Ken- entertained Thursday night by Mr. tucky Commissioners, relying chiefly and Mrs. J. B. Hendrick. There were in his argument on the point that Au- eleven tables and seventeen games The ditor Norman could not question the were played. Saftell,prizes were won by Mrs. Will who scored fifvalidity of an act which the officers teen games, Mrs. Nannie Duvall, who of the Legislature certify as having scored thirteen, and Mrs. Henry Dunpassed that body, and che Governor can and Capt. J. W. Headley, who Refreshments .approves as a correct and valid law. scored twelve each. game. were served after the Senator Goebol argued for the AudiMrs. Sam. D. Johnson entertained tor on the question of the. final passage of the bill, and during his argu- the Ladies Afternoon Euchre Club ment was interrupted by Judge Pryor Wednesday. There were seven tables irom the benoh, who stated substan- and twelve games wore played. Five tially that he did not believe the of the ladies, Mrs. Caswell Bennett, Mrs. W. F. court could go back of tho certified Mrs. Will Hudson, jr., E. Dandridge, Mrs. Ohas. Half and .records of the Legislature, but that Mrs. S. B. Holmes, scored eleven the Auditor certainly had the right games and cut for the prizes, the to obtain a judicial construction of an highest falling to Mrs. Bennett and Act before authorizing the payment next highest to Mrs. Hudson, the former taking tho first prize, an afpf money out of the treasury. Yes- ter dinner coffee spoon and tho latter terday Judge Alex. P. Humphrey the second prize, a silver hat pin. concluded the argument for the Com- The guests oithe club were Mrs. John Miss Marmissioners, and Gov. Knott for the McMullen, of California; Mrs. Will P. garet Lyons, of Missouri; Auditor, the lattor resting his argu Hudson, Mrs. John W. Headley, Miss ment on the unconstitutionality of Lizzie Hudson, Mrs. John W. Head-leMrs. Henry Duncan, the appropriation, as set out in sec- Haff, Mrs. J. B.F.Hendrick Mrs. Ohas. and Mrs. foltion 177 of the Constitution, as Jno. R. Proctor. The members present m y, THE "WORLD'S PAIR CASE. R. ROGERS & SON, Our Storefor a New Ask at r- nter's drug store. for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. Largo size cheapest. Sold at Carpe, Rl.ccrri ? IZriz TD.J We have only a few of them, but every lady should have one. It is a bright little book about good carpet sweepers about i " f7jeTi Issts J.. wu.euirunnaj3rigfat 71 9 - BISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPERS. That everyone who lives on carpets ought to read. Sixteen pages of new ideas put in a new way. 8 Brief Way Justly Entitled to It. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure is justly entitled to the praise it Is receiving. Wherever introduced it has proven itself the most reliable remedy known for the cure of coughs, colds, hoarseness, whooping cough, bronchitis, soreness of the lungs and every kind of a cough from a simple cold to incipient comsumption. Always reliable Purely vegetable. and ellectlve. tor sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle at P. H. Carpenter's drug store. Free to those who ask for it. Remember the place, St. Glair St., opp Court House. PLATFORM. - ,SS 1 EOQ XITE pledge ourselves in favor of of customers evercharge, adulterations and misstatements. XBOTElOTIOlSr from FEEB TIES-A-IDI- E: for every one with the merchant who does most for his customers. lows: "The credit of the Commonwealth shall not be given, pledged or loaned to any individual, company, corporation, municipality or political subdivision of tho State; nor shall the Commonwealth become an owner or .stockholder in, nor make donation to, any company, association or corporation." The case was submitted, and it is propable that a decision will be written and delivered some time next week. As the Legislature is likely again to adhere to its former position as to what constitutes the final passage of a bill, backed by tho weight of authority and long precedence, tho Court of Appeals, now having the question fairly before it, ought not to shrink from a full decision that will settle once for all time a matter of such importance, both to the present Legislature and in the interests of the whose money is involved to such a large amount in the case at issue, as well as in tho many other bills that will come up for consideration by the present and succeeding General Assembly. tax-payer- were Mrs. L. 0. Norman, Mrs. Caswell Bennett, Mrs. S. B. Holmes, Mrs. Nannie Duvall, Mrs. W. J. Hendrick, Mrs. G. M. Adams, Mrs. W. H. New-hal- l, jr., Mrs. Thoo. Wylie, Mrs. G. T. Blackle', Mrs. Howard Black, Mrs. Wickliffe Chapman, Mrs. J. Swigert Taylor, Mrs. w. Stape Johnson, Mrs. E. Polk Johnson, Mrs. Fanny M. Tra-buMrs. W. F. Dandridge, Miss Mary Harrison, of Lexington, and Misses Jennie Morris and Maggie Taylor. The club will be entertained this afternoon ac Mrs. S. B. Holmes' residence by Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Dandridge and Mrs. E Polk Johnson. e, of PKOUIBITION" high monopolistic rings, inflated values and oppressive prices. Unsolicited. us: Kenyon & Thomas Co., Adams, N. Y.: Gentlemen For the past two . The following testimonial came to s, m. you for Dr. Halo's Household Ointment and Tea. Any one doubting Social tho sincerity of this testimonial will confer a favor by addressing, very The' Capital Literary Society was truly yours, N. J. McNabu, entertained Tuesday evening by the Leominster, Mass. Misses Gailbraith, South Side. These remedies are for sale at 25c. Miss Mary Ely entertained a few and 50c at P. H. Carpenter's drug friends at tea Tuesday in honor Mr. store. Wm. P. Hudson and bride. Besides Tho Weok's Exohango of Property. those mentioned there wore present Misses Maria Lindeoy, Rebecca Aver-il- l, L. B. Marshall to Mrs. Hettio M. Cordelia Lindsoy and Mary Mason Scott and Mr. Thomas P. Avorill. Joyce, for 75, lot 10 in Thorn Hill. Tho bride and groom woro also enterRobert Ohuroh to Mollio Dailoy, tained last evening at Mr. John B. 427 acres on the Vsrsaillos turnpike; LindBey's. consideration 2,000. Mrs. H. R. Gurrans gave a dance Tuesday evening at her homo on Monday Wm. B. Moore sold to Mrs. Third street, South Side, at which Louisa Hubs, for $150, a farm of five the following young ladies and gen acres on Benson creok. tlemon were present: Misses Mayme Monday G. W. Warfleld sold to Mrs. Downing, Ella and Luoy Semones, Carrie and Julia Willis, Susie and Martha Coblo, for $175, a farm of flvo Ella Williams and Ada Ourrans. aores on Plumb branch. Messrs. B. P. McDonald, John and George Burkhardt, Ohas. Taylor, A. Adolphus Dilgor to Luoy B. SarR. Miles, Geo. Semones, Ed. Gallery gent, dwelling houso and store room and Bud Williams. on Now and Short streets, $2,000. A party of young ladies and gentle- Lucy B. Sargent to Adolphus Dilgor, men met at the now home of Mrs. tract of land 01 aores near tho KenTheodore Wylie, on Shelby streot, tucky Military Institute, $3,000. Mi f Events. years I have suffered terribly with what doctors call eczema. During this time I have consulted several physicians and used a number of n remedies but could get no relief, until finally I was urged to give your remedies a trial. I cannot say enough in praiso of them. At present I am as well as I ever was in my life and owe my sincere thanks to well-know- Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and nets gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, head- BOY aches and fevers and cures hahitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and to the stomach, prompt in As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our its action and truly beneficial in its business record in support of our claim for FAIR, effects, prepared only from the most SQUARE DEALING. healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, to all and have made it the most and the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction popular remedy known. of age or class, and behind our promise stands Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c our splendid stock of and 61 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BIESID'CrOTIOfcT of the and buyer's bugbear tax profits. AS TOO VOTE people's burden INTELLIGENTLY! Boots and Shoes, teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. LOUISVILLE, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. The Services OF Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranj W. A. Diehle, Late Musical Director Voyager Opera Co., or Teacher and Director, Can be secured by one or two bands within reasonable distance of Frankfort. Correspondence Solicited. FRAANKKORT, KY. Address, The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, Near Frank fori, Ky. con fired t Bachelor or Arts, Bachelor ot Science and Civil Engineer. Prepares young men for the work of life, or gives admirable preparation tor the higher Universities, West Point and Annapolis. term begins January 2d and closes June Address Hth, 1103. COL. D. F. BOYD, Supt.. aw-Next ll-3- iwTH YEAR.. 'SCIENTIFIC AND CLASSICAL 4 I school, under strict military discipline, with Instruction In science and art ot wur. Degrees R. K. McCLURE, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. t. Furmdale, Ky. maaKM 1T"K 'TV ? HW1PV5 REBS fe. tU4 .1 X xxJX-fcO. & S., O ." FKANKPORT, I THE election is over and C. & S. were elected by a large majority. KENTUCKY. Now that we are still leaders we mean to maintain our great lead by selling every body, without regard to party, the O. & S., 4th and Jeffer- son, Louisville, Ken- i1 tucky. HATS, HATS, HATS, HATS. THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY. OAPPS, CAPS, CAPS, We were never so welll fixed to suit the careful buyer, in Variety, Quality and Cheapness, as M ' ' we are to-da- w CAPS. 1 S5 Ladies button kid, the best, for $i. Ladies button kid, the best, for Si. 25. Children's school shoes, the best, for $1. Children's boots, the best, for $750. Boys' boots, the best, for $1.25. J Men's boots, the best, for Si. 50. Men's boots (whole sjock) the best, for $1. 85. Men's grain boots, the best, for S2.25. Men's fine shoes, lace and congress, the best, for CLOTHING. Children's satinet suits, four to fourteen years, the best, for Si. Children's casimere suits, the best you ever saw, S3 to $5. reefer suits, all qualities Children's double-breaste- d and colors, S3. 50 up to Sio. Children's dress suits, the best, $S to 13. Boys suits, any price you want, S3 to 20, one hundred different qualities. Two thousand five hundred men's suits to select from, prices range S5. 8, Sio, S12, S15. 5i8, S20 up to S30. FURNISHINGS Three pair the best socks for 25c. Two pair the best suspenders for 25c. One suit of the best underwear for 90c. Two pair linen cuffs, the best, for 25c. Two linen collars, the best, for 25c. One or teclc, the best, for 25c. One star shirt, the best, for Si. One night shirt, the best, for S50C. One pair children's stockings, the best, for 25c , ,? four-in-han- d Si. 25. S2. Men's casco calf, lace and congress, tlie best, for i Men's full calf, lace and congress, the best, for $2.25. Fancy dress slippers for ladies, in all colors, beaded and plain, S2.50 to $5. Handkerchiefs, thou sands of them, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 35 and 50 cents up to $1. Traveling bags, telescopes and trunks, &c, a large stock to select from, and the prices are.correct. Never before have we been able to show such a line of OVERCOATS as are on our tables this season. that you call for in this department. Our stock is very large and can show you anything almost CJJBLTErCJElClESlEl. FRANKFORT many more must be faithfully kept or the people will got up another cyclone. The people have ordered, Everybody lias at times failed to the people must oe obeyed. Now do their duty towards themselves. that the agony is over, all parties will Hundreds of lady readers suffer from strive, as seems best to them, for the sick headache, nervousness, sleep- welfare of our common country. lessness and female troubles. Let BULLDOFUS. Mrs. H. them follow the example-o- f Herbechter, Stevens Point, Wis., How's ThisP who for Ave years suffered greatly from nervous prostration and sleepWo offer One Hundred Dollars Relessness, tried physicians and differward for any case of Catarrh that ent medicines without success. But can not be 'cured by taking Hall's Dr. Miles' Nervine one bottle of caused sound sleep every night and Catarrh Cure. she is feeling like a new person. Mrs. F. J. Cheney&Co., Props., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known Elizabeth Wheeler, Laramie City, reme- F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and Wyoming, who tried all other perfectly honorable in dies, declares that after three week's believe him transactions, and finanNervine for Headache, all business use of the out Nervous Prostration, etc., she was cially able to carryfirm. any obligaentirely relieved. Sold by J. W. tions made by the 1 West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Gayle. Trial bottle free. Toledo, Ohio Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, WholeDuokers. sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interThose cigars! nally, acting directly upon the blood the system. and mucous surfaces Ducker has a drill shop for young Price, 75c. per bottle.of Sold by. all preachers. f"3i' mJHm w&maMKmmKmWtewMbiBmbm AND LOUISVILLE. Pail to do Their Duty. SUM BaaaaaVeaJ Hare jttx written rae yett If hiMn't, you wisdom etflatWTBatina sTaV nr "efl pedal, personal promise you and Intelligent ambition atigjeit rltt to.dar. I sapapapapapaaaMejsKri uearaTAA r mention. I ur.. Jertaka la briefly leaeh anjr fairly intelligent person jf either eex. who ' H cm road and tier instruction, will work Indue trlously, how 10 write, ind who, JBiMHE&L-&iuSi2ll- ill Vou - HP Thousand Dolln.a c rear In theli owe localities, whir eamlhree ACRES OF GOOD LAND. 4Vfc MILES SOUTH of Frankfort, on the Llttln Rensmi unit. turnpike; a splendid Eureka rockaway T AM AUTHORIZED TO SELL A VALUABLE Lane's Mill one or two hundred locust posts horse; also 1 CO acre farm in Woodford county, Ky. It is Apply to MHS.lt.Il. MCKEE, Hid old Bob Ciutuner place, adjoining the lann . Sept.24-lmOn the premises. of Tom freeman, near Spring station. I will sell on very reasonable terms. Possession given the llrst day of next March. Persons nlshliito purchase will please examine the farm and then communicate with or call and fee me for terms at Frankfort, Ky. J ) UN L. SCOTT, Attorney for Mrs. Mar) I. Johnson. Vhankfokt, Ky., tept. 24, 100.-21- A WOODFORD FARM FOR SALE. FOR SALE! 7 1 It 44 i .'-Jj i Moore's Poultry Remedy. M m h W "i ' - lira. I trill alio furnli' situation employment, you can earn that amount. I chart noihlnr and recelta nothing unlall tba N'otMna? - eer tniy W. J. CHIHN, SIJQSiWraTr &R Jan.HMy. JR, TS THE OLDEST POUTRY, REMEDY ON THE market. Postlvely prevents and cures mmaaBmmzmJB68a&C&&ifi& V?2wLTitW W ePWOf C. Dec.S-ly- to learn, or that requires much aa above. difficult RAW. CHOLERA u ,r aiuio men AND tlon of GAPES, 1 aciire iui parson from aach district or unia. ona Will practice in nil State Courts. Of fice second floor, Custom House. jju;b lui ua .- uo ill iiiu .,... 1 uu iuuuuv' jg. -.- i JM 1 ilijiu.u. m faiRv gtaaiMiirttajiji Mjw.a........aMMifs.--J numutr mnu on making; orer Three thousand Dollars a Year, each. All ii new, solid, sure. Full particulars After you anow all, If you fjnclude to ro no further, why, no harm Is doua. Address, countr. 1 hare al ready taught and provided with mi- - . AI.I.i:, . free. itox 1V0, Aiiirualu, Mulne. Kentucky Midland By. tiliortoBt and quickest between JK ir Get . . - " . A . ""&& , atrial box. Buffalo Church. Died, near Bagdad, at the residence week. of her daughter, Mrs. Miles, last Many of the wheat crops look bad- week, Mrs. Lee Tharp. She was ly. The weather has been so dry quite an old ana esteemed may ana a that much of the grain sown failed to faithful and pious christian. sprout. It is believed, however, that Miss America Roberts, of Benson, it has not perished and will not grow. visited Miss Edna Moore last week. The cribbing of corn and stripping Mr. H. Mooro, of Defoe, was in our of tobacco is far advanced, and our community Sunday. farmers are in good shape, generally. Mr. Charley Rodgers and Mrs. On Tuesday, November 8th, several Quinn Vardiman, of Bagdad vicinity, of our young men heard something were married last Wednesday. They drop. They used tp ride and drive have the best wishes of the scribe. good horses; now they walk. For our Republican friends wo feel sorryj S. N. Mooro, of Jeffersonvillo, Ind., but we are glad of It in cases where accompanied by W. M. Shuck, of Pike our Democratic friends bet against county, Mo,, visitod relatives in this their own champion, and to them we community last week. can say, in the language of Corporal MissLoulie Moore is visiting her Tanner, "I told you so." sister at Croppers. Millvillo, Four Corners and Jett Stephen Moore, of Jefforsonville, have jubilated. Ducker is yet to be Ind., was in our midst last week. heard from. Owen Deakins and family visited The people have spoken. Grovor this vioinity Saturday last. Cleveland will be presidont, and the Democratic party rests under many The successful election of Clevepromises. They have promised to land was ratified in our midst Sature day night. reduce the tariff, gradually, to a basis; to reduce the pension W. C. Moore and family visited system to a basis which shall benefit Croppers last week. only deserving Union soldiers and Mrs. Wilson Mooro was in town sailors; to build, as rapidly as Is con- last week looking after her health. Lively Boy. spectable navy, &c. All these and j rev-onu- residence of the bride's father, Miss Nora LeCompte was wedded to Mr. Hi. Stafford. We tender them our congratulations and best wishes. Did the cyclone strike you on Tuesday of last week? Miss Lulio Gibson is visiting her brother, P. L. Gibson, at Tyrone, this Misses Church and Shelton, of Franklin, are visiting Misa Annie Bell Fogg. On Wednesday of last week, at the druggists. Zilpah. Mrs. Alice Vanmeter and children, of South Frankfort, returned home this week after a pleasant visit to relatives in this community. Mr. Joseph Roach sold his farm to Mr. Clark and J. M. and Thomas Duncan, and purchased a farm near muff m YSoimiv&fflmitc CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT. Only direct line between r2 t, Frankfort, lisle, Qtsorgetown and Paris, Fal- Car ,,. untrmiv Finest April FOE S-ft.- LE BZ k o Ml, t,,. . ,Mhn wiLLmmor DRUGGISTS- .' Xf U . Haysville, Cynthiaua, mouth and Covington VIA KY. mWWM GOODS-- ' , Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET AND SUNDRIES. m ASK E'OR TICKETS HHa MIDLAND. SODA WATSR in Frankfort. TBAIHS BY CEHTHAL STAVDAHD 1B92. TIME. TIME TABLE OCT. 81. I A Mil' 6.00 6.1)0 TRAINS E AST. I No. 1. M I' M No. 3. No. 7. DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the TIIK SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Georgetown Time. 26 Hours. SOLID YESTIBULED TRAINS. k Frankfort Summit . . Elkborn . . lv, switzer , Lv.Htamnlng Ground Lv. Lv. Lv. 4.00 4.0G 100 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.35 3.10 3.20 8.35 3.45 4.05 li.ll 6.18 . C.39 4.11 4.1H The shortest and quickest. Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala Time, 20 Hours Solid Vestlbuled Trains. tween Cincinnati and N. C, A8HKVIM.K, CHVrrAN()OOA,TKNN., ATLANTA, nilUIINOHAM, ALA.. The Short line be Lkxinoton, Knoxvillk, Kt., Time, Tbnn., " O., Direct Connectlonri port for Texan, Mexico and California. Leavo Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Rallwn) via Georgetown 6:15 n.m.iarrlraOlncliiuatl 10:26 a. fli. Qulokerthnn anyothorllne, Depot, Cincinnati ' " at NewOneunsandShre 1G " " " 'IV Houm 12 17 11 15 " " " " 0 44 0.52 0.66 7.0tf Lv Centrevllle. 7.18 7,23 Lv Elizabeth , .C , 7.37 Ar Paris . . I i I P M " TRAINS WEST. No. 2. No. 4 5.6) C . 8.00 Lv. Paris 8.12 0.05 Ar. EllzibJth jrrllle 8.16 6.0 J Ar. Cent 6 17 8.21 Ar. Newtown 6.3a Ar. O S. DSDOt . . . , H.30 . 0.37 Ar.GaorRotown . 8.1t 6 45 8.43 Ar. B.51 &51 Ar. Duvall 0.5S Ar.S:'in.)ln,'(lrouuJ , 0.01 Ar.dvltzor. , . . . . 0.18 7.10 9.10 Ar. Kllcaom 7.16 , 7.22 0.25 Ar.SannU 7.30 Ar. Frankfort . . , A . 9.31 . Lv. Duvall . , i,v. Johnson Lv, Georgetown Lv.CS. Depot I v, Newtown 4.9 . . B . .... 4.44 4 52 5.00 5.12 5.21 PBIOBITI IN LEXINGTON, aOTBZi, KY- .,- 5.26 5.40 I Tr7o75rToTi5 4.46 0.0.1 mll'M Saturday, StJturday, 5.21 5.30 Dec. 3d, 1892. Deo. 24th, 1892. Joiion .ii 0.52 7.05 7.15 7.35 7.55 8.10 8.20 8.30 train .irrlv it lepartfroin Jentral Dnlo For Rules. Maps, o.. adores All D.MILLER, 0. Traf,Mn. Cincinnati. D.. E. T. OHAHLETON, D. P. fc T, A., Chattanooga, EDWARDS, A connects with L. & N. B connects with Q. & C, and L, S. C connects with K. 0. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north, south and west. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without aurglci gi operation ana wun mue or no pain, V' ..v HEEERENCES. '.' 5.53 nardlo, Frankfort, Ky. W. McKee A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. . "&10 J. Dr. E. M. Gouer, Frankfort, Ky. . tf'aifl JCA J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. Ky. V. Hcrberlch, Frankfort, L. P. Ilulett, Benson, Ky, Rev. A. 11. McCluro, Frankfort, Ky. iV, J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. '1 ? David Moore, Benson, Ky, ' "! Jas. M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. w "V 3P,&A.T E. B. WEITZEL, 0. D. BKRCAW, City Ticket Agent. GeivPass. Agt. GEO. B. JIARPKR, Gen. Supt. For further Information apply to their agents. W Tin. TCETLEY'S ofllcoanrt residence Is at 2R&. West Eighth street, Cincinnati. unU where he may ' be found every day of each week except SATUR- - 'vjfii DAYS, rampuieis uencnuuiK ineso (iiseasee , ,i!t una tne mono oi treatment sent treu w any one-W, I. KELLEY, M. D.. by addressing ," ptf CONSULTATION FREE,