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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892112601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ;! The Frampobt Roundabout. GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advanoe ', Volume XVI. Highest of all in Leavening Power. FRANKFORT, Latest U. S. Gov't Report KY.. NOVEMBER 26. I89ar. Number 12 WHEELBARROW WAGER w r. - . ' ' ji Mr. K I u. V vr-- ', rlil I ?t ?& ... mi t k4 T'' ' r Mr. James Sower bet on President Harrison's and agreed that if Cleveland defeated him, he would wheel Mr. Richard Johnson ten squares in a wheelbarrow. Tuesday afternoon was the day Bet for carrying out the agreement and a large crowd of peopfe gathered on both and Children. for sidewalks on Main street in front Colic, OonatrpaUon, "Cutori U so well Adapted to children tht Caatori curesDiarrhoea. and the third on the third Monday in of Sowor & Ahler's to enjoy the sport. THE DEMS. JOLLIFY. Sour Stomach, Eructation, I recommend i t m superior to any prescription September. The June term, which The Frankfort Cornet Band enlivened Kills Worms, gires sleep, and promotes dl known to mo." II. A. Akchxx, M. D., the occasion for a while before the reetlon, Tho Parade and Illumination Sat- was always objectionable, is thus 1U Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. Without Injurious medication. start, which occurred about 2:30 urday Night. gotten rid of. o'clock to the time of a spirited years I hare recommended "The use of 'Castoria' Is no nntrersal and yourFor seyeral and shall always continue to ' Castoria, It merits bo well known that It seems a work march played by the band in the lead Tho Democrats of the city and His Name is Dennis. do so as it has invariably produced beneficial of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the of tho procession. The wheelbarrow results." county had a jollification and parade intelligent families who do not keep Castor! within easy reach." Edwin F. Pardxs, M. D., Mr. Henry C. Murray, of the Audi- was decorated with flags and bunting "Saturday night, which, while it was Makttk, D.D., Cablos "The Winthrop," 123th street and 7th Are., New York City. wife wore made and tho occupant waved a large flag noisy and exultant to a high degree, tor's office, and New York City, Late Pastor Bloomlncdalo EeXormed Church. was nevertheless in good taste and happy on Tuesday morning by the with Mr. Cleveland's picture on it equally creditable to the managers advent of a bouncing baby boy. His during his ride, which, because of the Th Cxmtaur Cokpakt, 77 Murray Stbkt, Nrw Yoiuc ,. and the "boys in tho trenches." Tho name is Robert Dennis, and will some rough roads and hard pushing re having trans- day bo a Colonel. The smile on quired to drive such a heavy load, line of parencies and symbols appropriate Henry's face, as he came over to town was broken by frequent pauses to to the occasion, stretched out nearly Tuesday morning, was so broad that give Mr. Sower breathing rests. A Feb. mile, most of which was made up of ho had to fold it up in order to get it couple of wagons filled with men and boys and a large crowd who followed Mr. through $he bridge. mounted men. two abreast. on foot made up the guard of honor Wickliffe Chapman waB chief marHaving Pine Sport. and helped to swell the cheers that shal. frequently took their rise from spectaThe first division was headed by Mr. Will. S Morris, who has been the Frankfort Cornet Band and con- hunting and fishing at Reel Foot tors on the sidewalks along the route sisted of carriages containing the Lake for the past two weeks, is hav- of the proceBsion. When the home stretch on Main street was reached, State, county and city officials and prominent guests, was in charge of ing splendid luck. He has sent home the perspiration was rolling off Mr. Marshals John R. Proctor, B. W. a box containing two dozen Mallard Sower in large beads and his breathand reports the fish n Have began to sweep Jenkins, J. E. Kirtley, W. C. Hern-do- n and Teal ducksand ducks plentiful. ing was loud and fast like a bitting finely and J. L. Rodman, jr. horse, but he managed to come under you to The second division, made up of He has put tho Roundaboutfine under fat ness the string at his place of busi obligations for a brace of iloats and transparencies, was in in 48 minutes from the time of BROWNIE! is season for charge of Marshals B. B. Jeffers, J. ducks, which were as delicious mor the start. This good record, however, man put a tooth in. L. Clark, S. sols as ever Swigert Taylor, Vernon may be as much due to Mr. Sower's Hods-MeaE. Blackburn and Robert P. Pepper, former training with the wheelbarrow t Court of Claims. jr. when he wheeled Mr. Sigmund The third division contained the Luschcr,)deceased, in 1884, on a similar The Court of Claims infantry and horn brigade in charge Monday and concluded its work and bet to that of the recent election, as of Marshals Noel Gaines, Ed. Stanton, adjourned Tuesday. well as to a pneumatic tiro and his Stephen PuhB, Will. Jenkins, Davis 'Squires G. W. Hall and J. A. Lyons trotting horse speed and endurance. Harrod and Bert Bacon. were appointed a committee with The outside sport closed with a ' Tho fourth division was the cavalry County Surveyor T. K. Jett to survey general inside jollification. arranged in the following order: the line between Franklin and Shelby Forks of Elkhorn and Switzer, in county, to ascertain whether the Advertised Letters atFrankfort,Ky. 4 chargo of Marshals A. W. Macklin, small bridge on the old Louisville and Below will be found u list of advertised John Murphy and Bon. Head. Crab Orchard turnpike, now a county Bridgeport and Farmdalo, in charge road, is situated within the lind of letters for: the week ending November 2Gth, 1892 of Marshals Chap. Thomas and W. F. Franklin country. Hockaday, Mrs. Hall. Next Tuesday, the 29th inst., was Beard, Edw. warier a. Benson, in charge of Marshals W. set apart for the consideration of the UaKer, Jactt Mack Handy, Will Brown, Mrs. C. Taylor and T. E. Dailoy. plans and specifications for the large Bryant, Samuel Harrod. VV. A. Balk Knob and Flat Creek, in bridge to be built on the same turn- Bailey, Miss Sal lie Leake, M. , S. Linton, Mrs. Mary charge of Marshals Newton Harrod pike. Calahan, D. M. E. and Ed. Lee. CLAIMS ALLOWED. Mason, Mrs. Venio Downing, Geo. Peak's Mill, in charge of George Rogers, W. A. Besides the pay to the officers of Dong, Ed. Sobree, Jas. W. iuarles and Larry Hannen. election, the following claims were Duncan, G. W. Davis, M i s s Taylor, Miss Annie Bellepoint cavalry and infantry allowed warneld. Allen Mammiel Marwere under command of Chief P.'B. Dotson, 1,500 for taking care Evans, Ohristo- Wilson. Mrs. Anie S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Mar- of the inmates of the poor-housshal R. E. Gaines and Assistant Willmore, Miss pher Miss Kittle Mystie shal Dr. Sullivan. Bradley & Gilbert, $109.65 for Ellis, Whalen, Mrs. The columns moved along the ballot books, and $17.85 for the coun- Hoge, Gran S. Sarah Ann Harris, Henry streets of both North and South ty's part of the registration books. M i s s W o o d , Rev. Howard, aides of the city, some of tho houses Laura Gonells, Box 477 George Bernard & Co., St. Louis, Mess. Stoll, Van- of which streets were beautifully $371.05 for voting booths and ballot Harden, J. D. HarriB, J. C. natta & Co. illuminated and decorated, and the boxes. spectacular scene at many points D. L. Haly, $100 for rent of armory When calling for those letters day advertised. rendered still more dazzling by the for eight months. J. M. SAFFKLL, and all kinds of firecolored lights Meagher & Marshall, $15.25 for Postmaster. This Department Removed works. merchandise furnished paupers. ; to this, a cannon was To add Day & Haff, $5.00 for same and 'Put Money in Thy Purse.' From tho Third to First Floor. sounding from Taylor's hill and a Chapman & Williams, $10.55 for same. tin horns of all sizes, up to thousand How? Save doctor's bills. Always All Along the Lino one of thirty feet in length, were keep on hand a bottlo of that finest Wowing their shrill hlasts in as many of remedies, Dr. Hale's Household An Immense Stock of-Is heard praise of Dr. Hale's House Cough Curo to alley the first irrita.. & different keys. Mrs. I. S. Jacob's, tion caused by a cold. Don't think hold Ointment. rounded up at the of Farmington, Maine, writes that you can fix up something just as good . The procession Slato House, where the multitude she suffered five years with varicoso when for 25c. or 50c. you can have Xja-cware addressed by Gov. Brown and veins and two running soros on her the result of years of praotico and leg, and was completely cured by its experience expended in making this Judge Wm. Lindsay. use. D. 8. Fillery, Salisbury, Vt., preparation absolutely tho best. For writes: "Wo cannot live without it; sale by P. H. Carpenter. 4 Any Person m it relieves my sister of asthma at once; it cures a burn or a hurt of any Wanted. That is. troubled with constipation kind almost instantly." Under date can get immediate and . permanent of May SO, 1892, R. H. Simpson, jdZ-cLsliziLadies and gentlemen suffering, relief by using Dr. Hale's Household N. Y., writes: I used Hale's with throat and lung difficulties to Tea. One dose a day at bod time. Ointment for rheumatism three (3-ood.25 and 60c. packages at P. H. Carpen- - years ago and have not been troubled call at our store for a bottle of Otto's Cure, which we are distributing free 4 drug store. teh's since. It' is the finest ointment in of chargo, and wo can confidently tho world for general use. 25c. and In Fine, Medium and Low Priced Grades. It will pay you to examine Change of Torms. 50c. per box. For salo by P. H. Car- recommend it as a superior romody for Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, Con4 penter. our line before placing your order. sumption, and all diseases of tho A bill .has been perfected by tho and lungs. It will stop a throat Committee on Circuit Courts and will Big Exoitoment in Town. cough quicker than any known shortly be reported to the Houbo of remedy. Wo will guarantee it to ouro Representatives, regulating tho torms Over the remarkable oureB by the you. If your ohildren have croup or whooping cough it sure to of tho circuit court in this district, grandest spooiflo of tho ago, Aunt instant relief. Don'tis delay, but give got Fanny's Health Restorer, which acts a trial bottlo freo. Largo size 50o. and will doubtless bo passed without as a natural laxative, stimulates tho opposition,. jis it has been agreed to digestive organs, regulates tho liver Sold by Chapman & Williams. 40 hy all the counties in tho district. and. kidneys and is nature's groat Under this law Franklin county will healer and health ronewor. Sol. Harris will sell you clothing If you.havo Kidney, Liver or Blood for less than Bomo peoplo can buy "have throe terms of court of four Disorder do not xlolay, but call weeks duration. The first will begin Chapman & Williams drug store for at them at wholesale. a on ,tho llrBt Monday in January, tho free trial paokage. Large size 50o. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, draperies. 40 second on tho first Monday In April Baking Paid by Mr. James Sower on tho Result of the Presidential Eleotion. i Powder ABSOUUTELY PURE ma Infants the corner the -- torch-bearer- s, 13-l- r. wind-broke- A M g LASTS arouod remind this Weather Strips and Coal Choppers & Butcher Knives, Corn Poppers, Lanterns, Glass, Powder, Shot and Shells. V V- Mi P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant. i - e. I e WER,SCOTT&FRAZEEJ DRAPERIES. -0-u.rtSLiri.- s, IFortlers, China Silfes, Oretormes, s, Lo-Ro- y, "CTpliolstersr s, CORRECT PRICES. BROWER,SCOTT & FRAZEE, f. rffBfTT-i- r vrmv'wiv ffiriqr rzprarwnfvft&mgiwir ' a.- txprv-rv- vr -W t w.i vyiiiifWTvrsiw' We invite our friends and th e publie to call on us if they wish to save money on goods in our line. Wall Paper, 3 cents and upward. Large Sissal Rope, 3 cents per pound. H rse Shoes. S.8o ner kef?. . Steel Nails, per keg, 51.90, base. Shot, 6x2 cents per pound. Trace Chains, per pair, 35 cents. Cutlery, Oils, W re Nails, per keg, $1.95, base. Best Firmer Chisels, 1 5 cents up.- Hunt s Axes, 60 cents. Carriage Bolts, per package, 70 per cent. ofC ,.,.. Window .Glass, 80 per cent, off list. Hatchets. t; Chains, Hunt's No.Hand Saws, $1.10.cents. Varnish. Rock Salt, 60 cents per 100 pound. Door Locks, complete, 20 cents. Disston's Pad Locks, 10 cents. Diamond Dye, 5 cents per package. Alabnstme, 25 cents per package. Sherwin & Williams' Mixed Paints, S1.45 per gallon Harness, Boys' Saddles, $2.35. Guns, Patent and Plain Grate Baskets, 4 and 4 cents Germania Mixed Paint, $1.10 per gallon. per pound. Bridle Hits, 15 cents. S. & W. Family Paints, 15 cents. Sewer Pipe, 70 per cent. off. Collars. Buggy Harness, $6. 50. Brushes. Uutside nhnds, and 5 oft. rt juugtry vviuj, iu LtriiiM miu upward, Ridirg Bridles, 65 cents. 50 1 IRON ROOFING, MILBURN S Tn T" T "T" "lTl1 j1" WAGONS, WIRE, oul1 "A" PTf EEMSfHIHKlI ' "farii 1 &C. Trd3r Blacksmiths and Wagon Materials, Belling, Sash and Doois, Paper Shades, Crockery, Iron, Shot, Shells, Cartridges, etc., at the reduced prices. charged at regular price. Suirrie, ( F .' Tzsrortli $i7g, 8& for $i5- - ,' AH goods so'd on time. v. Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Mrs. J. W. Welch was in Lexington A., CLLINS Social Events. Mrs. BRO Opposite the Farmers Bank. Born. In this city on Thursday, November 24th, to Mr. Ohas. M. Bridgeford and wife, twin girls. This is the second pair of twins that Mrs. Bridge-for- d has presented her husband the others being girls also. It was a great Thanksgiving day for Charley. ' It- - will enterKate Mauer tain the Ladies Whist Club this afterFriday. noon. Mrs. Will Smith, of Mercer county, Judge and Miss Laura Craddock is visiting friends here. entertained Rev. George O. Barnes Miss Sue Morris left Tuesday for a and wife at dinner Thanksgiving day. short visit to Louisville. The Capital Oity Literary Society was entertained Tuesday evening at Mrs. John Barrett, of Dayton, Ky., the home of Miss Showalter, on the is visiting relatives here. South Side. Mr. and Mrs. Jhke Swigert are home Miss Lyne Pepper gave a dance from a visit to Louisville. and supper to her friends ThanksvisMiss Efflo Hill, of Lexington, is giving night, at which the following iting Miss Rose Crittenden. young ladies wore present: Misses Annie Keenon, Mamie Crutcher, Mr. D. M. McHenry was in LouisLouise Popper, Lettie Rodman, Vir-gi- e brief trip. ville Saturday on a Stanton and Pickett Johnson. Hon. W. L. Vorhees, of Louisville, Mrs. Caswell Bennett entertained has been in the city this week. at Ave o'clook dinner on ThanksgivMr. and Mrs. Will. SaiTell have reing day to the following persons: Mr. turned from a visit to Louisville. and Mrs. Urey Woodson, Capt. Samt, M. Gaines, Col. and Mrs. Thos. Miss Alma Willis returned Saturday Mrs. Florence Garrett, Hon. I. to Ohio and Canada. from a visit M. Quigby, Hon. Anthony Carroll, Miss Mattie Henderson visited her Hon. J. 0. Glenn and Hon. Posey D. brother in Georgetown this week. Ball. MiBsDaisy Mason visited Mrs. D. Miss Tillye R. Branch entertained A. Shanahan, of Louisville, this week her friends with a candy pulling at the residence of her father, Mr. A. B. Mrs. Lily Turner Millikin, of LouisBranch, at Allendale, about two miles ville, is visiting Mrs. Oasweli;Bennett. from this city, on the Louisville pike, their parents. ThiiMdnv ovAnlntr. OnmfiH find danc Miss Mary Bruce, of Louisville, is Miss Maud Knox returned home to ing were also participated in. and the the guest of Mrs. Caswell Bennett. St. Joseph, Mo., Wednesday after a IllUalU lUlillllllUU IOIIU IUDUWUII u Hon. John H. Wilson, Congressman . visit of several weeks to her relatives the graceful movements of those en- from the Eleventh District, is in on the South Side. aged in the evening's pleasures. r" ;uite a number were present, among Mrs. Chapman Coleman and her Lindsey Hale and sister, Miss maid took their departure Wednes- them many from this city, who reMr. Anna B, Hale, were in Louisville Sat- day for new York to sail Saturday for turned to their homes about 2 o'clock, very much pleased with the courteurday, her home in Berlin. ous treatment extended them at the Louisville, is Mrs. Robert Hicks, of Misses Cordie Cannon and Hallie hands of those generous people. visiting her father, Mr. B. F. Fire- Duvall visited Capt. and Mrs. W. L. stone. Cannon at their home, "Elkwood," Mrs. Caswell Bennett and Mrs. W. J. Hendrick entertained the Wish J. W. Headley was in Louis- near Midway, this week. Mrs. Mrs. Bennett's ville this week on a brief visit to MessrB. Dick CrutCher, Dick Church, Bonn Whist Club at street last on Wetst friends. George Shinkle and George Shaw re- residenceThe parlorsMain tastefully were a week's night. Miss Eugenia Lewis 'was the guest turned Sunday evening from decorated with chrysanthemums and for the past week of Miss Cordelia hunt in Grayson county. ferns and the scene, at which about Liildsey. Misses Adelma Crutcher and Eva fourteen married couples were en richly Illumihome from Science Hill in Mr. Martin Hardin was home Sat- Macklin are Shelbyville, to spend the gaged by the game, was of the followpresence Academy,at the nated urday, on a brief visit from his school week with their relatives. ing beautiful young ladies in their at Danville. Smith, of Auderson loveliest toilets, who assisted in the Miss Misses Mary Owsley and Sadie county, Nannie home Monday after entertainment: Misses Clara Fowler, Stanhope, of Midway, were in the a visit returned mother, Mrs. Isaac of Big Stone Gap, Va.; Mary Bruce, to her city Monday. of Louisville; Kate Green, Sallie and Williams, on the South Side. Carrie Holt, of this city. Mrs. Lily Charles and James Swango Messrs. Mrs. Caswell Bennett, on Saturday, Turner Millikin, of Louisville, who is Centre Colare home this week from entertained Misses Kate Green, Sallie the guest of Mrs. Bennett, was also lege, Danville. and Carrie Holt and Lizzie Scott at a present at the game. home Mrs. A. F. Respass returned Mays-vill- e luncheon and matinee box party. Little Miss Sallie Eplor entertained from a visit to her mother in Misses Jakie and Linnie Wortham, her numerous friends at a Thanksgiv- Wednesday. of Leitchfield. arrived this week and Misses Witherspoon and Lillard, of are with their parents, Senator J. S. on the Versailles pike. Dancing and Lawrenceburg, visiteu mra. o. o. Wortham and wife, on the South games were Indulged in until a late Side. Collins this week. hour, when an elegant repast was returned home Havens, of Mt. Sterling, served. Those present were: Little Mrs. W. T. Miss Ida Dryden Dora and Nellie Salvers, Hal-lifrom an extended visit to friends in was here this week and returned Misses Clara Dalloy. Nellie Downing, and Louisville, Monday. home Wednesday accompanied by Margaret Cooley, of Lexington: Susie her husband, Capt. Havens ol the. Shaw, Lizzio Wilholt, Dora Meflbrt, Mica T7aTTnin ia home on a visit Insurance Bureau. Bertie Topass, Sallie and Maxie Ep-leof several days from the College of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Proehl and Lucy Smiley, Minnie Plfer. MagMusic in umcHinau. two daughters went to Louisville Sat- gie Purely, Opplo Clark, Katie and Mrs. George V Tlflrrv returned urday to attend the wooden wedding Fannie Crano, and Masters Walter, home Saturday from a visit of several of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hebel, which Howard and Harry JefTers, Railey weeks in Louisv 'me. occurred in that city that night. Epler. Jerry Downing, Willie Smiley, Mrs. Sally Van Derveer, of HamilT. Bright and family, of Howard Robinson, Harry Shaw, Geo. Mr. J. ton, Ohio, is visiting her daughter, Graefenburg, have removed to Bloom-ingto- Topass, French Thompson, Everett Mrs. John W. Milam. Indiana, where ho has pur- and Ora Stafford and Charley Hahn. home, and they will reMr. Joe Savoy went to Lexington chased a nice the future. Mr. Bright Tho largest and most elegant enfamily, to make that side there in Monday with his tertainment of the Ladies' Afternoon was well known in this oity, where Euchre Club occurred last Saturday city his future home. ho has many friends. at the residence of Mrs. S. B. Holmes. Mrs. J. J. Greenup and daughter, Mr. Thomas Abbott, who formerly Mrs. E. Polk Johnson and Mrs. W. F. Greenup's Gertrude, are visiting Mrs. lived in this city, but since the dis- Dandridge assisted Mrs. Holmes in parents on Steele street. There were continuance of the Yeoman, on which tho entertainment. Mrs. G. E.Marshall, of Louisville, he worked at the case, has been a twelve tables, and eleven, the highest is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary 0. .ooManf. r,e r.rmlnvilln. in HerioUSlV ill number 01 gameB won, wu niu uuuio who captured Morris, on Steele street. at St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital of Mrs. E. E. Hume, almond spoon. the first prize, a silver city. Miss Lizzie Jacobs, of Louisville, in that second prize, a china plate, was Miss Kate Green went to Louisville The by Mrs. Ohas. E. Haff. For the is visiting her brother, Mr. Fred present at the won Woinoarinv tn hn Jacobs, on Main street. hands Mrs. Miss Annie greatest number of lone first prize, a tho Williams and Miss Emma debut party that night of Mrs. Sue xvcuu. J. G. McLean won figure, and Mrs. lteeu, a uaugnter 01 mr. win Williams went to Croppers Thursday Miss Reed is a grandaughter of Mrs. beautiful bisque W. Rodman, tho second prize, a Mrs. Sally Hall. to visit Jane Reed, of Fourth Avenue at John of Pittsburgh, whose elegant home the debut took poker set. For euchring tho most Mr. Casper Gaylo, hands Mrs. Wickliffe Chapman Pa., is with his brother, Mr. O. B. place. Miss Green returned homo lone a silver hat pin, and tho booby won South Side. Gaylo, on the Thursday. prize, a bottlo of violet water, fell to Mrs. G. 0. McOhord. Fowler, of Big Stone Miss Clara Do not allow yourself to bo imposed Gap, Virginia, arrived yesterday to Tho hop at the Aesembly Ball Room on by the many novel schemes, ad- on Thanksgiving ovo night was well visit Mrs. Caswell Bennett. vertising now and Tho room was beautifully Rev. J. Tail and brother. George cough remedies; but stick to the old attended. and tho music furnished b y decorated Mrs. TafF, of Covington, visited reliable, Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, the Saxton'B band. Among the young the first of the week. unfailing oure for all affections of ladies present were: Misses Eflle Hill, U. S. the throat and chest. Major John M. Bacon, of the Cor-betlie-city- and wife, are in the city visiting relatives. They are stoping at the Capital Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Black returned home Saturday from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garland. Mrs. S. B. Holmes and Miss Kate Halloran went to Lexington Monday and returned home Wednesday. Mr. Charles Newton went to Hot Springs, Ark , Thursday to spend the winter for the beneiit of his health. Miss Janio Dehoney came up from her school at Anchorage Wednesday to remain with her parents until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Manus, of Greenville, Penn., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noal on the South Side. Mrs. E. M. Gober and son, Leo, returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in the Southern part of Kentucky. Mrs. S. A. Crutcher, after a visit to her son, Mr. M. L. Orutchor, has returned to Ormond by the Sea in Florida. ATIrh T.rmlRA nnri Lvno Penter came home from their school at Cincinnati Monday to spend the weeic witn Lexington; Annie Johnson. Lawronc? burg; Alda Polndoxter, Mississippi;" Laura Popper, Nellie Orblson, Minnie VanDorvoer, Ruth Stanton, May Pepper, Bettio Keenon, Annie Hines, Rebecca Johnson, Mario Pepper, Flo renco Stanton, Rose Crittenden, Carrie Blakemore, Louise and Lyne Popper, Ella Johnson, Aline Woodson. Flossie French and many others. Tho visiting gentlemen were: Messrs. Hegnn and Fitch, Louisville; Fowler, Paducah; Starling, Mississippi; Clay, Faulkner and Woolloy, Lexington; and Thompson, Arkansas. The chaperones were: Mrs Capt. Bacon, of Kansas, Mrs. Stape John-BoMrs. E. E. Hume and Mrs. W. F. :'m 'ft m. ..MB? Kflt ..&? .m n, Many Persons aro broken down from overwork or household cares. Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds tho system, aids digestion, removes excess of bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine'. ANNOUNCEMENT Gentlemen : I hereby nnnounce myself as an Independent camJIdiite for councilman from the Ttilru Ward ut the election to be held December to the voters of the S'1. I am too Third Wanl to need any Introduction. If elected I promise to faithfully look after the city's Interest without fear or favor and promise the Third Wurd that It shall have to eral much needed ImVery rosp't yours, provements. well-know- m 'fl Dandridge. Mrs. Q. M. Adams entertained the Matrimonial Euchre Club Thanksgiving night. There were seven tables and Mrs. Will. Saffoll. who scored sixteen, won the ladies' first prize, a Japanese ornanient, and Mrs. Henry F. Duncan, who scored fifteen, won the ladies' second prize, a cup and saucer. Mr. L. Labrot, on fourteen, won tho gentlemen's first prize, an inkstand and calender set in silver and Mr. J. B. Hendrick, on thirteen, the gentlemen's second prize, Those present a silver were; Mrs. Lily Turner Mullikin, of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Will Saffell, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hendrick, Mr. and Mrs. Wickliffe Chapman, Judge and Mrs. Wm. Lindsay, Dr. and Mrs. iyui uuu iuio. u. v. iwjiimu. Jl Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Respess, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Stuart, Dr. and Mrs. Sam. B. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. L. Labrot, Mrs. 0. E. Colihan, Mrs. Caswell Bennett, Mrs. Ho lmes, Mrs. Ed. Hensloy, Mrs Fanny M. Trabue, Mrs. Nannie Duvall and Miss Joe Murphy. hat-mar- FOR COUNCILMEN. To the voters of the Third .Vard: the Third Ward, subject to the action HEKFVEUasa candidate for councllmen from of the DemocratU party. We are authorized SAM J. LUEA. o nnnounce MR. THOMAS MOST SUCCESSFUL f EKE, And Chronic Disease Specialist in El T PUT the State. B1ST0CKDALE. The celebrated Specialist, formerly of New York. City, now consulting I'hyslclun of Southern Med- ical Institute, of Louisville. Ky., will be attheCAPITAL HOTEL, ranklort. Electric Bitters. Thursday, December 8th,. years-madda-oase- e r, This remedy is becoming so has had years of experience in the largest bps-- . e well known and so popular as to he best colleges, and nis for a numbel of a si ecUlty of all chronic and surgical special mention. All need no lie treats succosfuUy and does not take a cure who have used Electric Bitters the case unlessChronic can be guaranteed. In Ears, Catarrh. Ringing Acute and song of praise. Deafness. Disease of the Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat sing the same Lungs, Kidney. Urinary and Bladder Troubles,, A purer medicine does not exist, might's Disease, Diabetes. Dyspepsia, Constipaand Paralysis and it is guaranteed to do all that tion, Rheumatism positively cured. Epilepsy or Kits men, suffering from will Young or mldde-aueis claimed. Electric Bitters Spermatorrhea, Impotoncv. Eruptions, the results cad before it cure all diseases of the Liver and of errors or exctsses, ashould If case has not Is too' gone guarantee cure Kidneys, will remove Pimples, late.far.We too Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. BLOOD AM SKIN DISEASES.. Will drive Malaria from the systo tem and prevent as well as cure all cured c.nkiiiii atrnfnln stricture. Gleet. fltc. remedies. by Do,,.fi uurouuou, iowiw Malarial fevers. For cure of Disease 01 women, sucn u of Womb, Bearing Menstruation, Displacement Headache, Constipation and Indi- Down Pali s In Back relieved In short time. TUe Doctor carries all his portable Instruments gestion try Electric Bitters. En- and comes prepared to examine the most obscure Be undertakes no. tire satisfaction guaranteed, or medical and surgical cases. hundreds g veil up Incurable disease, but cures money efunded. Price 50 cts. to die. Consultation free and confidential.. and $1 per bottle at South Side Address drug store. STQCRDHLE, HI. B.,. P. H. Carpenter. 5 s. d i Ks'i I " never-fallin- g i a I. L Deaths. LOUISVILLE, KY. n, Auditor's office, a son Robert Dennis. FlYnn On Friday of last week, 'to tho wife of Robert Flynn, at the toll-Rat- e on the Flat Creek turnpike, a son. Mary Elizabeth, the HEFFNER infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heffner, of Louisville, died in that city Friday evening and was buried from the residence of Mr. James Heffner, in this city, Sunday. Mr. John Oonqleton, father of Mrs. W. D. Park, and brother of Messrs. T. J. and Wm. Oongleton, of this city, died at anchorage on Thursday and tho remains were taken to his old home at Beattyvillo yesterday for interment. To Chicago. Tho L. & N. R. RJiwll sell round tickets to Chicago and December 2, at $7.27, good to return six days from date of sale. W. W. Alexander, Murray On Tuesday morning, to the wife of Honry C. Murray, of tho The Services OF Wm. A. Diehle, Late Musical Director VoyugerOperaCo.. as Cun be secured by one or two bands Teacher and Director, within rea Correspondence Solicited. Address, FRANKFORT, KY. Nov.lD-tf- . sonable distance of. Frankfort. House and Lot AT PTTBX.IC SAXE. SALE, AT THE T WILL OFFER AT PUBLI of Frankfort, on Court-housdoor In the city e 3onc3.ay, Doc. Stta, 1892, alley, tho house nnd lot on Long Lnne llaydon oijposlte Demar tho (ins Works, known as tho two rooms and u property. Tho houeecontulns 60 by Vilk. feet. kitchen, lot half, cash, balance In TERMS OF SALE-t)- no Wm. DEMaR. twelve months.. Ky. Nor.l9-t- a. trip excursion November 9, 20-2- un-trie- d, d Ma-hone- y Agent. Midway, :.& EHRS naHKJHBC3KIK t ivv7 ( tit."7j i; WTOr "W JJff'JlK TW'T "VKJH rinwn 3 I n h JO-U.C- L l?V JLJL umphriesCassell ,. p N. .. n wo do a large Merchant Tailoring business, BECAUSE nor. be under the impression that we sell line. We have the largest, nothing in the ready-mad- e best selected stock of XVtdCl V Made Overeoatst ','-. They are ailWool and of the best manufacture, and we guarantee not to be undersold. Be sure to look at our Overcoats before you buy. fa -- KV e iisr- - MERCHANT TAILORING II' m ' 5 WS-- J We are supplied with the best in the ma r FURNiSHINC GOODS and HATS, el. In buying from us you c'an always do you are getting good, reliable goods. so with confidence that I! &. K. Dale-Henii- y udson, HumphriesCassell Matrimonial. Horace Dale and Sal-li- e F. Henry, colored, were granted t" license Wednesday to marry. Edmund sell and Mary Dowoll, colored, were granted a license to marry Thanksgiving day. Russell-Dowel- l Rus- (SkwM GAYLE. Hiiil LECOMPTE& GAYLE CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for xiSsrx JAPANESE Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers, )', tf ,' Mr. James B. Oox and Miss Elizabeth McMurray, of Lawrenceburg, came to this city Monday night and were married in the parlor of tho Capital Hotel by Hev. W. G. Neville, of the South Side Presbyterian Church. Mr. Jos. Rice, nf Anrpvann nnnnt.v. wlin nfifinm- panied them and Oapt. Vail Hoag, of this city wore cno auenuanis. xne happy couple took their departure that night ior a trip to Cincinnati. Cox-McMurr- ay Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. $1.00 a box, 0 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mnll prepaid on receipt or 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. A W CUKE you can buy BUGGIES, HARNESS A2TD .. --- FAEM IMPLEMENTS T "WI10IjBS.L3 PRICES. 1 sample. Jan. 10-l- Lutheran Service. Rev. Paul Schenke, of Lexington, will hold service in the German lan- You can get a vehicle painted or repaired mfirst-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. P? &' B( .J Wi V. & tia & ') Vfi.v 1 K", R-- ' Ui iW LW auw : guage at the Southern Presbyterian Church on Monday evening at 7 court-housFactory, South warehouse. o'clock. All the Germans of the city Salesroom, opposite are invited to attend. For lame back there is nothing betHH3-&V jEZj sto-ctie- s Btra-a-- T ter than to saturate a flannel cloth Starch with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and W bind it on the affected parts. Try it propitious marriage. MiloB' Nervo and Livor Pills. and you will be surprised at the prompt relief it affords. The same Julian-Herndo- n Mr. Alex Julian, treatment will cure rheumatism. Act on a new principle regulating jr., of this county, whose optic nerves For sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist. the liver, stomach and bowels though were cut by a pistol shot about ton lm. the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. years ago, which entirely destroyed Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, sight, was married at the Ashland Et Shorn. , Be his very bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipaHouse in Lexington Wednesday evenHouse. tion. Splendid for men, women and ing to Mrs. Horndon, widow of the children. Smallest, mildest, surest. late Mr. Thompson Horndon, who J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps-burg- , 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at has for several years been oaring for y Pa., liim in his affliction and keeping Dr. King's says ho will not be without J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. New Discovery for ConGraefonsburg, in this sumption, Coughs his house near Just the and Colds, that it ing, receivedcan best lino of clothcounty. The couple returned to tho cared his wife who was buy them lower Best Dark Calicos, 5 cents. threatened than and youEd. Harris' old stand. city Thursday. ever at with Pneumonia after an attack of "LuGrippe" various Best Indigo Blue Calicos, 6 cents. Joiinson-MoEwa- n Mr. L. F. John- remedies and whon physiciansother had several King's Royal Gormatour. Mary S. MoEwan were done her no good. Robert Barber, of son and Miss Good Brown Cotton, 5 cents. married Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 Gooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's the medicine of o'clock at the residence of the bride's New Discovery has done him moro century, Its phenominal success tho as Hope Bleached Cotton, 6 1-- 2 cents. parents on tho South Side. Because Eood than anything he over used for a seller and favorite with the people 'of the illness of tho bride's mother, Trouble. Nothing like it. is the acknowledged wonder of the wedding was a very quiet affair Try it. Free Trial Bottles at P. H. medicine world. Based upon the A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods, Carpets and the and solemnized in the presence of Carpenter's Drug Store. Large Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, Cloaks cheap. none but the morabers of the family. oottlos, 50c. and $1.00 5 modern, and at once popular, comRev. Robert Fleming, of tho Methomending itself as a necessary housedist Church, of Ghioago, a cousin of hold remedy. It advertisos best by tho bride performed tho ceremony. its use. Speoiflo for all Catarrhal afternoon tho couple took their That diseases, a Nerve Tonio and Blood Nov. departure for Chicago and the West When Baby rw sick, we gene her C&storla. Purifier. It is without doubt the and will return and go to housemost reliable germ destroyer in keeping on the South Side after When she was a. Child, she cried for Castoria. Buoklon's Arnica Salve, and to tho extent that tho Tho bride, who is a When she became Miss, she clung to Castoris. & Commercial Course Christmas. is correct, King's daughter of Mr. Wm. MoEwan, is a When the had Children, she gavo them CastorU. germ theory is the remedy. ItRoyal The best salve in the world for is no Outs , handsome young lady of superior OUIll OUIOO, U1UU1D, accident but is tho result of fifteon Rheum. JJIUIOUD,Sores. Tetter. Ohannod Taught qualities and accomplishments, whoso Privately to Adults Only. years study of medical gonitis. For Hando, Fever engaging manners have endeared her Chilblains, OornB, and all 10 sale by Chapman & Williams. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures to a largo circle of friends. Tho Mi TEIjEGKE.A.SPTr, groom is the popular County AttorSol. Harris will sell you a boy's Piles, or no pay required. It is guarDross Goods. ney, who in the efficient discharge of from 4 to 10 years of ago, for anteed to give satisfaction, or money "ROOKS EXAMINED, CONSULTATION CONFI- suit dentlal. his duties has furnished such proof The latest novelties now on sale at $ 1.50. You can't buy the same any refunded. Price 25 cents por box. E. Q.QDION, Sam D. Johnson & Oo.'s, For sale by Phil. Carpenter. of his sterling worth as to leavo no where else for double the money. at Capital City Huslness College, ll-2- t of his successful future doubt Oct. ail Main street. e. well-know- n . b. Mr. Eugene Wolf and Miss Willie Morris, of this city, were married in Louisville on Thanksgiving day. Mr. Wolf is a gontleman of splendid' character, who is employed at thja' Main Btreet carriago the the bride factory, and dressmaker,' on Steelo street, on the South Sido, who has a largo circle of friends who wish her the highest happiness that attends a Wolf-Moriu- s SUCCESSORS TO O Jfl R. CRUTCHER & CO. pliittzid. J. L. RODMAN & SON. 26-t- C ;- 45-l- BIG BARGAINS: f. Pre-eminent- J. L. RODMAN & SON. Book-keeping; ex-istan- 9-t- f. lC-3- iNrVlE. i ' w btki ;:HLh'j:im. WEBma eMHL wmmm Wlk jLmtldM i 'f 'ii ,!iH I'kiAib'iW'mr' v m W. U (iOPPeRSMITH, -a- DE-tk-XjUJIfc orncE orF1- - ZjbT- - 'M Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Silver Plated Ware. 234 St. Oladr Street, ZEranlsfcxt, 12:37". y va To the People of Frankfort and Vicinity : To those who intend to make purchases for their friends and relatives for the Christmas holidays, I invite ybu to call early aim inspect my stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Diamonds and novelties, as my stock has been greatly increased in the various departments, and the prices at which the jjoods are sold should be an inducement to intending purchasers, besides goods sold are guaranteed to be what they arc represented, and sold at the lowest possible margin, in order to enable me to conduct a legitimate business. Thanking my customers and friends for their patronage in helping me to build up my business to what it is, I will furYours truly. VV. L. COPPERSMITH. ther endeavor, by strict attention to business, to merit a liberal share of the public's future patronage. Repair Department, it has my individual attention, and you may rest assured work intrusted to me must be satisfactory, or money cheerfully refunded. As to my HOLIDAY A. 1ST 3ST O TT 1ST 0 3EM IS 3STT. a FiUMFGliT tettrad at the Mooad-cUm poat-om- ROUNDABOUT. at Frankfort, Keaiucky mailable matter. KEEP TO THE BIGHT dise. tho paper, in a paragraph, says &B0. A. LEWIS.. Editor and FRANKFORT, In Walking or Driving Along tho the care of the mail was arranged Streets of the City. with neatness and convenience, which It would appear that so plain a rule leaves the inference that Mr. Orbison Pabllaher. tho postmaster of that new of convenience as to keep to the right is also A map town. town accompaof i that tho part of his store devoted to Capital City Business ESTABLISHED 1891. College. iWfl NOV. 26, 1802. To Our Mail Subscribers. We have frequently, during the past year, received cards from postmasters in various 'parts of the country, directing us to discontinue sending the Roundabout to persons whose subscription's were a year or more in arrears, giving as reasons, purchased the insurance business of July2-ly- . H. T. Stanton & Son. Mr. Marshall has a full line of oxcellent companies outevery subscriber's account for the violated. and can place all risks that may be amount which will be due on January In moving about the city then, give offered. His office is in the Mansion 1, 1803, if anything, and also for one those in front of you, as well as those year in advance from that date, in your rear, the same consideration House, on Main Btreet, third door whether there be any arrearage or that you expect them to give to you, from the corner of St. Clair street. Firing Pistols Two pistols were not that is we will bill everybody's and, naturally, the direction of your fired during the parade which consubscription to January 1, 1894, unless course will tend to tho right and all it be already paid post January 1, confusion and inconvenience disap- tained thirty two calibre balls that ? might have been fatal to life in both 1893. If you want the paper sent to pear from your path. instances. One passed through the you for the coming year, please window and up into the ceiling of Febremit the whole amount before If not, you owe it to yt urself, your family and your estate, to BEV. GEO. O. BARNES. Mr. V. Berbrich's second-stor- y and ruary 1, 1893, but if you wish it disit before you insure. It is the fairest, safest and cheapest polithe other the window of Mrs. Nelson continued deduct $1.00 from the bill, His Meetings in this City this Week Heffner'8 house on Broadway, where cy offered. remit the balance, and state that you a Marked Success. Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and Mrs. James Drydon with her baby wish the paper stopped. had been standing. get a statement of what it will cost. On February 1, 1893, we will revise 'evangelist haB This W. A. McNEELY, Gen'l Agent. our list and drop therefrom those who been holding a series of meetings at Mrs. Kernan Struck - Saturday Lexington, Kyi ignore this request. night, during tho jollification, Mrs. MALCOLM FRANKLIN, since Friday night of the court-hous- e Special Agent. J. R. Williams, Local Agt , Jake Kernan, who lives on Holmes-street- , last week, and at every meeting tho ' was at the front door looking Frankfort, Ky. attendance has been so great that Julius Ccesar. Nov. 2G3m. at the parade and when she returned standing room has been difficult to The management take pleasure in find after the opening of the services. to the kitchen she was suddenly conannouncing the engagement at the Mr. Barnes' daughters, Misses Marie fronted by an unknown occupant who Opera House, on Monday evening and Georgie, who assist in the ser- struck her on the head With a large production vices by their singing have lost none size stick, which felled her to tho next, of the Booth-Barre- tt of " Julius Ccesar," universally pro- of the power of the pure, sweet, floor and rendered her senseless for a brief interval. When she recovered nounced by the press and people pleading tones that were the throughout tho country as being the qualities of their voices on her burglarious assailant had made greatest production of the play ever their former visit. However, one his escape. Mrs. Kernan did not presented in America. The com- may differ with Mr. Barnes in his in- have time to get a look at him, nor pany presenting the play is one of terpretation of the scriptures, they did he leave a clew behind by which the iinest over organized for the pre cannot fail to be impressed with his he might be identified. Toll-gat- e sentation of the legitimate drama, learning and eloquence which gradufflflllftH Accident Friday night which should be double assurance of ally dawns upon its hearers before of last week Messrs. Will. Culter and a liberal patronage. Mr. Ohas. Han-for- the peroration of the discourse has John Grant were returning to tho who heads the company, is re- been reached. The meetings will city in a buggy on tho Glens Creek garded as one of the most brilliant be continued into next week some turnpike aud ran into the lowered and promising Shakespearean actors time, after which Mr. Barnes and his pole of the toll-gatnear Labrot & of the day, having been pronounced daughters will proceed at once to Graham's distillery. It was too dark by the press and public the greatest their winter home in Florida. for them ;to see the pole and when "Marc Antony" the American stage tho horse stopped at it they hit him has ever known. Mr. Booth and Mr. with the whip, which caused him to A FORMER BESIDENT Barrett both pronounced him such, make a dash under it and elevate and during his tour of two successive high enough to both ocer Re it just of tho buggy instrikeface such seasons through the country in the Heard From in a cupants the ceived Prom tho Far vest. part, he shared equally the honors a hard blow as to break the bridge of with these two great stars. Mr. Oulter's nose and knock out one The Tribune of Denver, Idaho, of of Mr. Grant's front teeth and break His company, including Mr. E. R Spencer as ''Oassius" and Mr. Ben October 19 last, which was recently off two others. nett Matlack as "Brutus," is an un received in this city, contains a num usually strong one each member of ber of notices of Mr. J. T. Orbison, A Great Benefactor. July the large cast having been especially formerly a resident of this city. An "Educators are certainly the selected not only for his or her ability advertisement states that he has as an actor or actress, but as nearly opened a general merchandise store, greatest bonefaotors of the race, and reading Dr. Franklin Miles' as1 possible with reference to historiat tho new town of Denver, and after popular works, we cannot help deamong the several news mentions of claring him to bo among tho most cal likeness for tho rolo played. OK RESIDENCE THE LARGE Hunt, lately PROPERTY P. D. him was one to tho effect that the entertaining and educating of au- W. Hardin, situated ut the occupied by (Jen. P. south and of Shelby York He Republicans had nominated him for thors." Now our Daily. as is not street. South Frankfo't. There uro 25 acres In In Olden Times a stranger to his ad- the place. nl In r.is except the garden, readers, a justice of the peace, another that vertisements appear in our columns Splendid location for a dairy. People overlooked the importance of both he and his wife were prominent in every issue, calling attention to FitANKroKT, Sept. 24, 1892.-t- f KRANK C1IINN. . permanently beneficial effects and members of the committees to ar- tho fact that this elegant work on Nervous and Heart Disease is diswere satisfied with transient action, range for a barbecue the following tributed free by our enterprising BUT PILES. CURES HO but now that it is generally known Monday. That he is prospering is druggist, J W. Gayle. Trial bottles Notice. from the announcement that of Dr. Miles' Norvlno are given away that Syrup of Figs will permanently evident CERTAIN CURE cure habitual constipation, well in- he is adding another room to his spa- also a book of testimonials showing TAKENUPAS A STRAY DY H, JULIAN. A A SURE and yaars known for 10 as tho DE3T that it is unequalled for nervous about nlghtnillenfrom Frankcious quarters and had purchased a prostration, headache, poor memory, fort, one black now, with crop oil of left car. formed people will not buy other REMEDY FOR PILES. has been vulued by tho underpinned ut rrtpudirBiciuRD80)rTAxi.0Biin. co., bt.lobis laxatives, which act for a time, but largo new flag for tho flag staff on his dizziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia, whichdollars. elttht J W.IJOHANNAN, 2 Oct,7,18!W-lisystem. store. Besides the sale of merchan- - hysteria, fits, epilepsy. Anally injure the J. P.F.C. when a paper was once subThis is especially emphasized now scribed and paid for, to continue since the street car tracks, on certain to streets, forms a dividing line, which sending it until ordered stop. Bat in view of the increasing reduces the width of tho drive-wafrequency of cases such as the above, and renders it hazardous to vehicles we have decided to adhere strictly to to attempt to pass each other on the rule of cash in advance for the either side of tho track. As the coming year, except in instances rights of every one should be rewhere parties are personally known spected, the rule of always walking to us. With this end in view, we or driving to the right along a highwill, during the coming month, make way should never be forgotten or y. "Paper not wanted," "Not ordered," etc. It has heretofore been our cjia-tor- the I.-'.'i! in waiKing or driving aiong a 11 nying the newspaper states that Denought, under no circumstan ver is located in the center of the Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott, cob, to be violated, and yet it is a daily great Camos Prairie in Idaho county, occurrence for both pedestrians and between Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. tho drivers of vehiclea to be seen proceed- ' fm.a nMfl Salmon and Clearwater mma nnn UlU nnutttniMM 1.... Dpillllll Business writing, Shorthand, ing along their course without pay- lD10 UMU IUUU UUUOCn Business Correspondence, up like magic as fast as lumber cun Book-keepining the slightest heed to this import- bo cut. Typewriting, Commercial Law, The population is not set out, ant rule. As for pedestrians, tho inArithmetic, Grammar, Spelling, etc. resources and advantages beconvenience occasioned by the failure but its Night sehool from September to June. The backward pupils encounterd. The advanced speak its bright future. Mr. Orbison strmnt to observe the rule is of less consefinished. Dipio.nas:iwarded. CuMmim In preM. Application for inwwnrtton has many friends here who will be We have the be home school of business In tho State of Kentucky , quence than in the case of drivers of glad to know that he is successful in vehicles,- who can have no good business in his western home. "WELL BRED, SOON W ED." GIRLS WHO USE excuse whatever for their thoughtlessness. Top Drawer. . mor-oughfa- re I Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, '4.J :m J8' r. XP . .J .it. .. &, g, ?:H M - LOCAL. Col. Hiram Berry on Saturday bought of W. M. Fields, jr., of Lexington, for $1,000, the brood mare Ultimatum by King Alfonzo, dam Ultima by Lexington. Insurance-M- r. SAPOLIO Are Quickly Married. EToact Hous3-Claia.in- 5: Try It InTrour G L. B. Marshall has Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Provident Savings Life Assurance Society ) 1W :7i 'n ex.-ami-ne well-know- n d, e i lP I 30-l- III Ii TABLER'SDIIC linKFYFi ILL OINTMENT Estray n i j3 iiLi wmm (MHO 5 OH (ii MASTIN BROTHERS Agonts For C3-X- J 1ST For the Money ! COLTS, In the World PARKER and L C. SMITH r XJ3XT EB.: 5"! Loaded Shells, Shultz E. C. and Black Powder. ,4 s HORSE BLANKETS and BUGGY ROBES TIME TABLE. The following time table in now cffeot npon the L. & N. road: TBAINB $24,000 in KOliTII. u Ro.231eavefiFrankfort No. 17 loaves Frankfort No. 21 leaven Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAIN8XA6T. 5:50 a. in 8:8.1 n. m 3:iH) p. m 7:115 . m. & ptl . No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... 10:2 h. in. 4:40 p. m. No. 20 leaves Frankfort No .24 arrives Frankfort .... G.40 p. n. Darnell, Half and Church was ap- 8:5.1 p. nj. ointed to attend to the removal of No. 22 leaves Frankfort amp posts in places where they are Nob. 28, 17 nud 21 connect Ht Lngrauge for Cincinnati, bo. 211 and 21 conuect not required to other places where atAnohorage for ttloorufield Branch. there is a scarcity of light. W. Alksandkb, Mr. Darnoll moved that the City Agent. Clerk be instructed to draw his warrant in favor of the Capital Gas and Electric Light Company for the Y Religious. were burned in tho presence of the council. Subsequently, on motion of Mr. Had, the remaining (We would ht greatly obliged to the bonds and coupons in the hands of ministers and officers olehurchesin the tho City Clerk were burned. city if they would furnish us with any Mr. L. P. Tarlton was ordered to announcements which they may wish have his fence repaired in front of maile.1 his property opposite tho city school. The Finance Committee Were di- - Baptist Church Rev. W. O. Tayrouted to receive bids from the newspapers of the city .to publish the lor, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit list of registered voters in one daily morning at 11 o'clock and and one weekly paper. at 7 o'clock p. m. A committee consisting of Messrs. Rev. W. Q. Neville will occupy his JACOB SWIGERT & CO., I3TSXJIarCE3 AGB1TTS, Have Removed From the Batzell Building -- ON MAIN STEET, TO- - Southern Presbyterian Church morning at 7 101 AND 102 ANN STREET, Easement nf the Capital Hntel. They will short time. fill pulpit o'clock and at 11 p. ni. tfttAMFOUT KOUNPABUU'l 2G, 185)2. I)' FRANKFORT, NOV. CITY COUNCIL. Much Business Transacted at tho Regular Meeting Tuesday Jl S-- r . Night. Vn: T I Pi - , L The city couucil held its regular meeting Tuesday night and all the membeis were present excepting President Stnten and Messrs. Mastin and Richardson. A meBsago wns received from Mayor Tobin returning without his approval tho resolution to appropriate $600 for the bridge repairs and tho resolution for $360 to purchase 400 feet of fire hose. The Mayor, while admitting that the bridge repairs were necessary, says that the council last April passed an ordithe entiie nance appropriating revenue of the city for 1892, and that every dollar now in the treasury will be needed to pay the expenses of the various departments and still there will be a deficit of four of five thousand dollars at the expiration of the year. He ays he does not believe that the city Bhould incur a liability she eannot meet promptly, excepting for tho protection of the city or the property and lives of the citizens, and as the purchase of the Iiobo can be postponed for several months, and he has already made arrangements to have the bridge claims paid, the passage of the resolutions can oe deferred until the incoming council can provide for tho payment 'of ihe money out of the revenue of 18D3. The message and resolutions were referred to the Finance Committee with instructions to report' at the next meeting. A petition asking a reduction of their license, was received from Messrs. Barg and Ginsburg, a new clothing firm at the corner of Main and High streets. It was referred to the Finance Committee. Ann Lee was granted permission to build a frame house on the corner of Washington and Madison streets. was Herancourt Mrs. Lillian granted permission to construct a sewer from her property on Lewis street to intersect the Broadway There will be no services amount of the judgment rendered , Rov j, McOlusky Blayney, D. D., the UUillDU VIVJ All V1IU VUUUJU WULV III pastor, being absent in Paris. r.hn suit, for thn amount, of thn caa Co. used by tho city in lighting the ' Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. streets. It was adopted. The council having passed an ordi- Penick, the rector, will occupy nance some time ago directing cer his pulpit morning tain property holders on Main and ' at 11 o'clock and in the evening at St. Clair streets to repair their side-- 1 walks and straighten the curbing. 7:00. Sale Rooms on and said property holders Laving iailed to comply with the ordinance, Methodist Church Rev. H. G. D1 a resolution directing the Oity Clerk ' Henderson, the pastor, will nnnn', occupy to ncivnrMRR for nrnnnaoio 'for t.hft morning at 11 his pulpit material and labor to construct the pavements, curbing and gutters, was i o'clock and 7:30 p. m. as usual adopted by a vote of six yeas and no Sunday-schoat 0:30 a. m. nays. The council then adjourned. The Epworth League meets in An honest Swede tells his story in the evening at 6:30 in the class room. plain but unmistakable language for the benefit of the public. 'One of, UATiiULIU CHURCH Tho Uoiial CALL BOODS SEE GET my children took a severe cold and services at the Church of the Good , got the croup. I gave her a tea-- dhepherd d will be spoonful of Ohamborlain's Cough by Rev. Father V. E. Gorey, Remedy, and in five minutes later I gave her one moro. By this time the pastor. she had to cough up the gathering in High maBB at 8 a. ra., low mass her throat. Then she went to sleep at 10 a. m., andvespors at 7:00 p. m. xe3:e:and slept good for fifteen minutes. Theh she got up and vomited; then ALL she went baok to bod and slept good Rev. W. B. CriuiftllAn OHURCn for the remainder of the night. She Cooper will occupy the pulpit tothe croup the second night and gave her the same remedy with the morrow at 11 o'clock. No evening same good results. I write this be- servico. cause I thought there might be some Tho Young People's Society of one in the same need and not know 334 MAIN STREET, true merits of this wonderful Christian Endeavor will hold its the Consumption Cured. in the medicine." Charles A. Thompseen, weekly prayer meeting "I bellevn It to bo one ot the best medlelneb FRANKFORT. KY. Des Moines, Iowa. 25 and 50 cent Lecture Room at C:25. sold. The physicians, tw years ago. sala mv I for sale bv J. W. Gaylo, Drugwife hint consumption, both lungs ulTectwl. bottles have had to send her outh for several springs to lm gist, Rev. W. G. Neville will go to Mid- -' keep her nlhe. but since she bus been taking Rndum'.s Microbe Killer she has been right at to For Sale An open front coal way on Monday to assist in a pro. home attending hasher business, and Is In better yearn. stove, tile lined and good as new, is tracted meeting at the Presbyterian health than she T.been In 20Cedatown.Gu., POOLE, "It. offered for sale at a bargain. Also a Church in that place. First Presbyterian Church this space with an entire new advertisement in a Frankfori i Fwiure igaclunqg Have opened Ann Street,, near Christian Church. ol I I m D PIES. con-lucte- CURES H. a, MATTEL, -- , DISEASES Pliirajler, u-iy. I RoVt. B. Franklin I'ranktort, Ky. ttOsTUQCAXTTtT. BKSTXSQCiim. a "New Process" gasoline stove, only used one season. Apply at this office. Several Diseases Cured. had approved the street car ordinance fixing a penalty for children jumping on moving cars or for anyone else placing obstructions on the track, damaging the property of the company or refusing to pay the fare. Noel Wooldridgo was granted permission to build a frame house on the corner of Long Lane Alley and Dudley street. Mr. Darnoll, from the street committee, made a favorable roport on the petition of F. S. Caldwell to build a photograph gallery on the oity lot on St. Clair street between John R. Todd's confectionery store and the ond of the bridge. The rent of the ground was fixed at ton dollars per month and the city attorney was, on motion, instructed to draw up a contract with Mr. Caldwell. The report of the Sinking Fund Commissioners was read and re-- , eeivod and bonds to tho amount of . Indigestion? Are you sleepless at night? Do you awake in the morning feeling languid, with coated tongue and sallow, haggard looks? Don't do it. Awhout in the camp tells how Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer has cured others; it will euro you. Trial paokage free. Large size 50c. at eewor. A communication was received Chapman & Williams. 46 from tho Mayor announcing that he The protracted meeting whioh is being conducted by Rev. George Marriage a Failure? Is Darsie at Carlisle is doing nicely. Have you been trying to get the Large congregations are attending, best out of existence without health fine religious interest is manifest and !" Jr3m"y?,r,,v w EUm5l there have been a number of conver . ww ITUUI14IU W Vw TW of Dvsuepsia. Liver Complaint and sions. Mr. Darsie expects to be at i ' I "I cheerfully testlfv to the curative powers of your medicine. Having been ti .sufferer from weak lungs, bronchial infection mid Indigestion, after Hiking Microbe Killer all of the above symtoms have entirely disappeared. " ours, etc., gf "Janitor THUS. L. DAVIS, Howard Memorial Library, "New Orleans. La." WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM -- Asthma and Catarrh Cured. have been u sunVrer from asthma and catarrh, for more than two years past, getting most of my sleep Hitting u, In bed orreclh lug In a cliilr I ha e used one Jug of R'idam's Microbe Killer, and f r the Inst three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and Bweetly as a I attribute my relief to the remedy, and child. heartily recommend It to my one suffering from home by Wednesday. "I Cloaksl Cloak. "I Killer for lllteen days I am entirely cured, after years with nnlarlal Wo offer a large stock of ladies, being Tho thanksgiving service at the duringnick twotime I contracted other f'.ver, and diseases, which misses and children's cloaks at low was atended First Presbyterian Church Thursday Mux. etc. I doctors of theduring this time by three prices. city without being bene"WM. DOHERTY, Sam. D Johnson & Co. morning was largely attended, tho of the best fitted. "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." ll-2311 Main street. sermon exceedingly appropriate, tho singing unusually fine, and tho collec- Mr. Uadam'rt Microbe Killer Cures all Diseases by Kemovlng the Cause. For Ront. tion taken up for tho poor large. deco-ratocircular and the Soud 2 cents stamp for Tho ladies of tho Church had Microbe War. shows what disease Is and.whattho A desirable rosldenco on the cor-Fo- r tho pulpit with specimens of remedy must be, and do, tucure It. Read It, nor of Lewis and Clinton streets dUcovoror for saving and you all tho fall fruits, vegetables and au- circulate It Jddress will the your Ufa. terms apply to KILLER. Na9hvllle. Tenn. tumn leaves, and it presented quite a UADAM'SMICROUK LKUOMPrEi GAYLBCO. Wm. Cromwell, or W. GVYLE Committee of Nannie Golns. beautiful and attractive appearance. J. agents for franklin coui ty. sole t. d special services at the Catholic Church the first of tho week were well attended. Rev. J. J. Taaffe, of Cov- asthnmtU or catarrhal trouble. Respectfully. ington, preached Monday night, Rev. "EDWIN R. MOORE, "Cashier in Bank of Adalrvllle, Gu." T. S. Major, of Winchester, on Tuesday night and Rev. J. J. McGinloy, of Fever and Flux Cured. White Sulphur, Wednesday night. cheerfully testify thatafter fiklng Microbe Forty Hours Devotion -- - The VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS SOIjD EVERYWHERE. rnftriiij B1CH1KB60S.TATL0B HP. CO,, BT.LOCH. sm ISI-UbUKAdS JN FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL nr series OF ALL KINDS. ? TREES Guapk Vines, uud everything usually found In such tin establishment. A full Mock. Prices Low. We pay iio agents. Descriptive catalogues on application. 8MALI. FmilTS, ASFAltAOUS, ll-3- t. m Anyone in possession of 25 cents UNIVERSITYofVIRGINIA It will pay you to look at ouri cloth- can go to the nearest dealor in mediing before you "purchase; you can cines and procure a bottle of SalvaCHAHLOTTSV1LLE, VA. Bavo fully 25 per cent, at Ed. Harris' Oil and bo curod at onco of rheu- Next session begins lBthSept. Courses In Art, tion old stand. matism, neuralgia, or any pain or Engineering, Law, Medicines . For announcement apply to aohe. WM. M. THORNTON, LL., P., Chairman. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. f. - Jan, 16-l- H. F. HILLENffllEYER, LEXINGTON, KY. Oct.tWm .a&b i irS fry Bin i.miJt.rli-'V-t'i- jiT,. i Huran i arozxixr j?. -- bucklijiBy J&g"ty f uvtjll- - i - i i A. f if" fr'i Sv i 3 f Stf ' R? rf ?'J gv s. '" Frankfort, OUTSHINE Iy if :P' '--, - I 1 '..3 A Shining Example OUR vMY V&& GOODS AND PEIOES ILL OTHERS. DWARD CLAASSE -- jjrop arouna ana see wnat we can do for you ia holidays goods. PRACTICAL lumber, GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - I Fruits, Nuts, Plum Puddings. EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT. Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Cioseis, jipb and fittings, etc. strict attention given to job and contract work. all work guaranteed: Opposite State House, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. t J J. HEENEY, The South Side Grocer. Top Drawer. LOCAL. i tf&faTTkifaAifcAAAA3fo&&tt-&&AATth&-dN- i Monday evening, in the presence of many invited friends, the two pairs of infant children, a boy and girl each, of Mr. Wm. Euler and Mr. Charles Keaman, were baptised at Mr. Euler's residence on by Rev. Paul Blanton street, Schenke, a German Lutheran minister, of Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. M. Busam and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Schneider were the sponsors for the infants. After tho ceremony the company was served with refreshments. ance. A Christening Pro tem County Attorney During the absence of County Attorney L. P. Johnson, who is at Chicago with his bride, Judge P. U. Major will perform the duties of the ofllce. The Examining Trial of Sam Sanders, jr., for shooting and wounding Bee Frazier, was postponed last Monday until next Monday. Mr. Frazier has recovered of his wouud, and was ley and his sister,Mrs.Northcote,Capt. absent at Knoxville, Tennessee, on E. H. Taylor, Prof. J. D. Pickett and business. family, Mrs. R. A. Waller and others A Street Fight Monday night, in who have become permanent resiCity, of the front of the billard saloon on St. Clair dents Hawkins, Windy Grant, Messrs. Walter John street, Sneed Cozine and M. P. Davis, John jr., a clerk in Mr. Ferd. Jacobs' store, en- Franklin, jr.. Caswell Bennett, also gaged in an altercation and had and Ferdinand VanDerveer have Lee drawn their knives to carve each gone there to secure situations. other when they were fortunately Clark, colored, who formerly was Insurance taken in charge by Officers Gordon the porter at thedivision of Bureau, colored is now chief of a and Collins. people employed at tho World's Fair. That Missouri Letter County Mr. Ed. 0. Went From Mr. LawClerk Smith found the marriage bond between John Briddle and Sarah rence Anderson, who was atisYoungs-townN. Y., a week ago, it learned West, daughter of Joshua West, in the a letter from Kirksville, Mo., that Mr. Went, formerly Clerk Public which asked for. us mentioned in last week's ofllce of the Superintendent of store issue, the writer stating that Brid-dle- 's Instruction, owns the only drug is in wife was yet living at the age of In tho town and believes that he 104 years. The bond is dated April a fair way to do a very good business. The town is twelve miles distant 23, 1821. from the Niagara Falls and contains Democratic Primary The City about six hundred inhabitants. It is Democratic Committee has directed also the headquarters of the 21st to Regiment of the United States Infanthat a primary be held y select Democratic nominees for try, which adds to the population The balloting will be under about five or six hundred soldiers. the Australian system, the polls to The best wishes of the city attend open at 7 a. m , and close at 4 p. m. Mr. Went in his hew home and busiThe voters will be allowed to vote ness adventure. for any three' men they may choose in their respective wards. Many old soldierB, who contracted Stoddard Stanton was accidental- chronic diarrhoea while in the service, ly cut in the head Saturday night have since been permanently cured during the parade, and the wound of it by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera was sewed tip by Dr. Williams. and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Stoddard, who was gorod by a cow J. W. Gayle, Druggist. lm some three weeks ago, seemB to be as unlucky as Mark Twain's "Aurelias A Narrow Escape. unfortunate young man," who had a "singular propensity for damaging himself everytime he saw a good opMrs. M. P. Holman (Aunt Peggie), portunity." who is quite old and her sight defecMonday Nigut A fire, tive, went too near the grate In her Fire supposed to have had its origin room Thursday morning and her from a defective Hue, was discovered clothing caught fire. She managed between the roof and ceiling of to get to the door and call for help, Sower & Ahler's bake shop Monday when her daughter, Miss Nora, ran in night. Tho roof was cut away and and tore the burning clothing from the small hose of the firm made use her person before she was injured. of to keep the fire under control until The llro had burned tnrougn cnree the arrival the fire department, which garments before it was extinguished. quickly extinguished tho flames. The loss was not more than a few hundred dollars and was covered by insur- Dr. Halo's Household Ointment, I rt Railroad Company by which, after Millinery. next January 1st, that railroad will We ofTer a choice stock of imhandle all the said express company's ported and domestic millinery at business. If it be true, it means a prices. vast increase in the business of the reasonableSam. D. Johnson & Co. Express, of which Mr. United States t. 311 Main street. j Ben Farmer is the agent, and a great loss of business to the Adams Ex Y!iZ,lc,?iG., Liver Trou- press, of which Mr. S. T. Fortune is ' the agent in this city .ov Indigestion, uso TTQN BITTERS is well repAt OiiiCAGo--Frankfoat Chicago now. Besides Mr. resented and Mrs.H. 0. Mallory.Mr. Peter Dudll-2- t letters constitute when properly arranged The following inlspl-u-eEXPLANATION: the name or the most popular music publication on the cmtlnent, ami the publishers of Canadian Music Folio urn offering a Prize Competition In connection with It, the Tun sole object belngto attract attention to their handsome publluatio i and Increase theclrcu-latlnno- t It Asm the reliability of ThkCiNADian Music Folk Comply, and the estimation In which the are held In Toronto, Canada, where they are best known, contestants or leading Dally In this competition are referred to any or the "Mircantl e Agencies' Newspapers of Canada, who will verify the statement that we urn the only house In the Competition business In Canada that fulthfullvi nnles out what It advertises, nnd furthermore, "Ours" li the only advertisement of this kind tint The Toronto (ilobe (the Kadlng Canadian Newspaper) will accept, which Is but another proof of our Integrity. Fr " '" 4 Wkst's Nkrveand Bkain Thkat-mkn- t, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, DizziKits, Nervous Neuralgia, ness. Convulsions, Headache. Nervous Prostration caused by tho use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain resulting In Insanity and leading to misery, dec iy and death, Premature Old Age. Barreness, Loss of Power In elthersex, Involuntary Losses and Spermatorrhoea caused by overexertion or the brain, or box contains one month's treatment. $1.00 a box. or six boxes for $5 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. Dit. 15. C. self-abu- se 4 I0I0M first-clas- ANIALU DFNOA , AVE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. To cure any case. With each orderrecelved by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5.li0, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, to-da- Frankfort, Ky. 4 coun-cilme- n. $500 Reward! We will pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspeptla, Sick Headaihe, Indigestion, Constipation, or Co.stiveness we cannot rule with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are s trie! I) compiled with. They are tlurely Vegeiabln, and never fall to give satlsfai-PoSugar Coated .Large boxes, containing SO pills, 25 cents. Bewar-o- f counterfeits nnd imitations. The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO. ILL. For sale by all druggist. IG-ln. MANHOOD RESTORED. nil voiis such as Weak Ixs3 of Brain Power, HcndQche, Wnkef ulncc3, Lost Manhood, Ncrvousnes. all drains and Iosj of power of Boforo&Aftor Usoi Generative Organs tho in life. Photographed from flllipp sex. caused by vouthrul Indiscretions, or the excessive ase of tobacco, oiiiuni, or atlmuluiitH, which ultimately lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Put up lu convenient form to carrv In tho vest pocket. Price tl a package, or C for $5. Willi every $. order wo nlve a to s, Wonderful Spanisha itotucdy, la Bold villi Written Guarantee Nei cure Memory, "8ANATIVO, the e, i i i i i CO pages In ull. "MY MOTHER'S KIS." (Vocal). If this Is NOT BY PAR THE GREATEST VALUE you ever saw In the musle line, write us and we will lefurd your money without quibble or argument. No anwer will be noticed tlmt does not contain SO cents In stamps, within thirty days after thlsudvertlsementap-pears- . Address: - The publishers of Thk Canadian Music Folio will give an Elegant Span of Driving Horsts with OAHItl AOE and HARNESS COMPLETE, valued at $WX) (delivered free In any part of the United States) to t o itrrt person who can arrange the above three words correctly; to the second will be given a Lady's or GeDtltmnn's SAFETY BICYCLE (any make desired) with PNEUMATIC TIRK; to the thlid will be given an Elegant Ladi's ordentle-man'- s SOLID GOLD WATCH, valued at $1'25. to the fourth will be given a genuine DIAMOND RINit (Lady's or Gentleman's); to tne ltfth will be given un elegant CHINA DINNER SERVICE (1W pieces); to the sixth a SWISS MUSIC BOX (pnylng 12 D eces); s VIOLIN, GUITAR, BANJO or MANDOLIN; to the to tho seventh choice of a elehtlui KODAK GAMER 4: to the ninth a FRENCH MNTEL CDCK; to the tenth an ANTIQUESILVrRBANQUKrLAMPjtothe eleventh ROYAL WORCESTEIt TOILET MET (13 pieces); to the twelfth a line pair of GOLD MOUNTED OPERk, GLASSES and many othT prizes In order of merit. THE ONLY CONDITIONS are that oveiy Competitor must arrange fie letters of the arjovethreo words correctly, and enclose same with (15) FIFTEEN TWO CENT POSTAGE STAMPS for one mouth's trial subscription to our Music Folio. The person whose envelope is postmarked first will be awarded the first prize and the others In order of merit Every person has an equal chance, and you know exactly or can ilnd out the merits of what you are getting. To the person iwidlii the last correct answer will be given an Elegant UPRIGHT PIANO, valued at $500; to the first person from the Inst sendltu it correct answer will be given u Gentleman's Fine iOLDSANDOZ WTCII, wMch strikes the hours and quarter hours, on snwll Cathedral gong at uleusu re, and valued at $300; to the second from the last a SAFE Y BICYCLE (any make) PNEUMATIC TIRE; to the third an ANTIOUE FLOWER EPERGNK; to the fourth from the bust an ANTIQUE OAK BEDROOM SUITE; to the fifth from the last a handsonle SILVER TEA SERVICE, to the sixth from the ,ust a beautiful PIANO LAMP; to tho seventh a dozen each Quadruple Plate Silver KNIVFS FURhS and SPOONS; to the eighth from the last a FINE CHINA TEA SERYICE (41 pieces); to tho ninth f rom the last h pair of genulno CROWN DERBY VASES; to the tenth fioni the last a FRKNCH CHINA FISH SET. and many oilier prizes In order of merit. We shall give uw.iy 200 VALUABLE PRIZES bosldos special prizes i If there should be No chnrge Is made for boxing or packing prizes. The ho many sending correct answer-)- . names of the leading prlze-- mien, will be published in connection with our advertisement In leading newsptpersnext month. Nothing Is charged tor prizes In any way. They are absolutely given for the purpose of Increasing the circulation of our Folio. We handle all lines of heet music, and are ihe only "House" In the trade supplying the consumers direct ue wholesale prlcon, which Is We have outlived the prejudice that the public havo ugalnst sure to win jourp.itrotnge. PRIZE COMPM'ITION brought about by unscrupulous pub Ishers of "Fake" Journals und men, as we have not advertised to give evert tli ng, but have given everypatent medicine thing we uiUertl'ed. This month's Issue contains the following copyright music : "FAIRY ECHOES," REVERIE. "LA SERrNATA" WALTZES. "HUSH LITTLE GIRL DON'T CRY." "FACES," (Comic Song) . "SPRING WHHPERn." MORCEAU. (Vocal.) WALTZES, Great Success. "OVER TIIK WAVES." WAi1'ZES. "ANDALUCIa" SIL-VK- R r M in plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Office for U. 8. A. 353 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KY., BY written guorantoo to euro or refund tho money, bent by mall to onv address. Circular free Canadian Music Folio :HjtWjyaiJmj'yuy"imuuut MENTION THIS PAPER. TORONTO, CANADA. jjich Nov. JMCJVt"jV1JV JVtJW1JUtJW 12-l- t. V F 'K Express Company has made a deal with the Louisville and Nashville Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorlai The United States Express It nter's drug store. has been stated that the Unitod States Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cureB Neuralgia and Rheumatism. CureB 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 for Pneumonia. Guts, 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 50o. boxes. Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpe8 P fl. 6ARPENTER, Druggist. August 13-l- South Sldo, FOR SALE. If you want a bargain In men's, suits and overonatR call at Ed. Harris' old stand. MnstinBros. have some splendid second-hanSurroys, Pbeatons and Bugfjles that they offer cheap. Bargains. hnvn'- l. nTiIlrlrnno' ""J " ".v" f. d 42-t- f. THE LATE 0APT. SAM THE FARM OK the Kentucky river, J miles lyliuc on This property has a good below Frankfort. dwelling of seven rooms; all kinds of outbuildings; 2 tenement houses; 3 tobacco barns; Is well watered and has one of the best bindings on the riunr. a lfinre Dortlon of the land has been in grass for muny years, u considerable part of It HARRIS WILL PAY THE HIGHEST being nw. and In line condition for tobacco. It price for Ifur skins, such as coon, red nnd f tracts , grey fox, mink, otter, cat, oposura, miukrac, Ac.; will be sold as a who o or divided Into two Possession given on, tno 1st oi next ainrcn. tor new tund old feathers, ginseng and yellow root, L.B, MARSHALL, terms apply to SOLHARRI8. &c sept.;i7-3in- , Nov, Frankfort, Ky. irunnion. n.y, Notice. t Cash Paid. Company has been appointed administrator of tho estate of Samuel Calmese, deceased, All persona knowing themselves Indebted to said FRANKLIN COUNTY BY AN ORDER OF THESafety Vault and Trust the;Fronkfort estate are called upon to settle same, and all persons having claims against tho same ure to present them properly proven. ed 12-S- J. A. Scott, Attorney. FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT 4 TRUST CO. by Faykttk Hkwitt, President. Nov, . 4 h.l tmtsmmuassmmim Don't Ruin Your seir-style- d Eyes n. By allowing Incompetent, scientific opticians and Jewelers lit thorn. The optician should graduate and diub his (lipoma of qualill-catlo- Diamond Jewelry, Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry, YOUR LJFEJIME "e ImHwsl W ! i i in WE GUARANTEE SPOONS (T AND 1 &' 'i&? FORKS WITH tsavgnj y Solid Gold and Filled Case Watches, Sterling Silver W H g BR . oo oo BACKS TO WEAR coco S a m 2 5 YEARS. D ua:l UJflf ML Eyes examined with the Oculists' TeUCaie and the modern lmproed scientific Instrument. Sterling SiJver and Extra Plated Wares, Souvenir Spoons and Opera Glasses, Leather Goods and Novelties Tho pieces of Sterling" Silver inlaid at tho points of rest provent any wear whatever. 1 FIVE TIMES Frames Accurately Fitted to h Face, Should your h'ad acre, eyes burn or water, a ulit biur and your glasses ilon't suit, wine and guanuneed. fiold consult me. glasses n specialty. Satl-tactlo- ir FOR 111 mi ( - X 131 JE. - IOCOXjIID.A. Ky. as much Silver as In Stand ard Plate. FAR BETTER than Light Solid Sliver and not one-ha- ll tho cost. Each article Is stomped E. STERLING-INLAID I-- E. O. ZEHAGEN, Graduate Optician, at M. A. Selbert's.St. Clair street. i'iat kfoit, Ky., Wednesday tnd Tliur.sduy, December 7th and btli. Ill i fii A hi d.PHfllP nK M tr. Hit no.-tru- Made Accept no substitute Only by The Holmes & Edwards Silver Co. it, The Jeweler, Frankfort, r jtfpP'fflG S m.v Mkmm M A. AND FOR SAL Special Agent, Frankfort, Ky. SELBEBT, BY Ileal Estate Transfers. Jane Ann Currens, Waller P. Lewis and others to .Joseph L. Duvall for $3,900 a trad of 100 acres at mouth of Vile and Unworthy Of consideration are of which It Is W' I'K week. Tho common pleas court calls several of our citizens to Frankfort this week. JVIulhoIland, 197$ arcrea on the FrankMrs. Julia Hughes has returned home from a visit to her daughter, lin and Owen iturnpike for $7,550. StaMrs. Matilda Langford to Mrs. Lucy Ann tion. Mattie Crumms, at Beard's Cummins, lot of one acre on the Our section was well represented at Georgetown turnpike for $55. Stoney Creek. Mrs. Martha J. Walston and Sarah Potty to Joseph R Conway for 400, a lot on Flat Creek Turnpike. Lucy Julian to Clarence Julian for $1,391 her.right and interest in undivided of two tracts of 180 and 89 acres on the Louisville turnpike W. G. and J. O. Mulholland, of Louisville, to Mary G. Hahn, wife of Charles L. Hahn, of tnis county, for $4,000, the tract known as tho Ohas. O'Hara farm, containing 130 acres on the Owenton turnpike. Milton Smith to Mrs. Martha Walston, for 525, a corner of a lot on Flat Creek Turnpike. Patrick Ward to Anderson Rice, for $500, lot and buildings on Long Lane in this city. The exchange of property for the week, as shown by the deeds of record at the County Clerk's office, are as follows: Charles O'barate heirs, to W. Q. one-sixt- h asserted and there are many such that Ihey cure Immediately bodily ailments of long standing. There are nuiie such that can Chronic disorders cannot be Instantaneously Continuity In the use of a genuine removed. medicine, such as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, will eradicate chronic physical evils. Not the least of these List lu tlie fofre of Its opposition to medicine to constipation, to the remowil of which. If persisted tn, tho Bitters Is particularly adapted. Constriction of the bowels Is a complaint hldi should be dealt with early and sjstematlcal. So are its usual attendants, liver complriint and dyspepsia. Forthote, for malaria, rheumatism, kidney trouble, and more recently "Ja grippe," this highly and professional!) commended meol- cl o is an un loubtrd specific. Nothing can xeeed It, moieover, as a 111 ans of Imparting strength to the feeble ana nenous. Handsome Christmas -- Presents Examine the lanie line of- - Lady's Desks, Parlor Tables, o:tcj3 3ilh tho method and results when "Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant Forks of Elkhorn. Regular services at Buck Run tomorrow at the usual hours, Rev. F. W. Eberhardt, pastor, ofilciating. Rev. J. II. Burdin ministered to his flock at Pigeon Fork, Anderson county, last Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Calhoun, pastor, conuueted divine services at the Christian Church lust Sunday. Rev. N Mayward, of the South ern Baptist Theological Seminary, preached Pleasant last Sunday at-Mt- enjoys Fine Chairs, Leather Couches, &c, -- &c. . IT " t b a ton foot sidewalk from Instruction In science and art of war. Decrees conllred! Bachelor of Aits, Bachelor of Science November 26th, 29th and to Decem- Penco's mill to the railroad bridge. and Civil Knglneor. Preiutres young men for tho ber 2d, the Kontuoky Midland will of life. orj,'lvesadmlr'ible preparation for We have some first class second wornhigher Universities, Wo.it l'olnt und AnnapoChicago and return at sell tickets to the $7 77 for the round trip, good for six hand buggies and phaetons for sale. lis. "Next term begins Januarj 'id nnd closes Juno Call and Bee them if you want a bardays. , years; C. D. BEnoAW, G. F. & P. A. Milton Denn to Congleton Brothers, ing. Messrs. Howard Black and R. A. a lot on Leestown turnpike for $50. - M. - !TH 1:E3.AJD:Ei for every one with Baker have returned home from a the merchant who does most for his customers. Top Drawer. hunting expedition in Bath county. Miss Minnie Olubb made a visit to friends at Pleasurevillothis week. of monopolistic GENERAL. SAtl FRANCISCO, CAL, Thanksgiving was observed by rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. KY. LOUISVILLE. NEW YORK. N.Y. In the annual report of Internal many happy The scribe Mason, at herself acknowledged the receipt of Revenue Commissioner ZESIKIDTTCTXCaSr of the people's burden Washington City, now ready for the numberous articles of substantial j and buyer's bugbear tax profits. May printer, the figures on the collections gooa the donors never want for any tning. A H B ff a U of internal rovenue in Kentucky show k Bollepoint. under collector Thomas O. Mcthat Dowell, in the seventh district, in The cottage prayer-meetinwas whioh this county is included, tho hold Thanksgiving evening with Bro. BUY AS YOU VOTE INTELLIGENTLY! total collections for tho year were W. L. Ponce and was largely attend$2,738,680.30. Of this $2,687,770.56 wore ed. Mr. Oscar Hale has moved into his on distilled spirits and $35,760.46 on cottage lately purchased of Mr. Job tobacco, cigars and cigarettes. Smith on Benson street. Mr. Woodford Hughes has bought Glad Tidings. As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our from Mr. Wm. Gowen the meat mar business record in support of our claim for FAIR, ket at No. 2 East Benson street. prevailThe grand specific for-JiMr. Job Smith has completed his SQUARE DEALING. ing malady of the ago. Dyspepsia, two new cottages on Polsgrovo Liver Complaint, Rheumatism, Tl ' ' General Debility, etc., is street. Messrs. Moore & Smith, contractWe promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, Aunt Fanny's Health Restoror. This ors, have about completed a commoand the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction great herbal tonic stimulates tho dious building in the West End for digestive organs, regulates the sys- Mr. Richard Hughes, and are now of age or class, and behind our promise stands tem to vigorous health and energies. ready for another job. our splendid stock of Samples free. Large paokages 50o Miss Annie nan, or urmgeport, has 5tlwi0 40 & Williams. Sold by Chapman TREET, been the guest of Miss Mamie Crutch-e- r this week. Oyster Supper. Miss Julia Samuel, of Clinton, Hickman county, is on a visit to her aunt, The ladies of the Southern Presby- Mrs. Geo. A. Robertson, on Kentucky terian Ohuroh will give an oyster avenue. Miss Aida Poindexter, of Greensupper in the Fincel Block on Bridge L. D. and Miss 48 M 0 rPClB7iJ wood, vCiSIkCS 31 "! street, South Side, on Wednesday Louise Miss., and Mrs. Spottssylvania rKMHiUUHMBlSHHlMttfittiMHlBBlVinn Holladay, of pvening next, November 30, from six county, Virginia, are the guests of until ten. The prices will be only MisB Maggie Lowis, on Kentucky 25 cents, and the bivalves will bo avenue. WM. g Tho served in the highest style of tho art. will be next cottage prayer-meetin- residence Thursday next ut the of Bro. Wakefield, on Broadway ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W Tho Old Original Eomody. street. court of claims have repudiatSiok people should not be doceivod edThe salary of James Roberts, late RJBAZ, JSSTATB AGBNT. The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranthe by pretenders who talk about "Mi- supervisor of teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. Benson COURTS 01 croti," "germs," 'bacoilli," &o., to is this? Isn't thecontract bridge. How Wmk PRACTICEthe IN THK counties, m adjoining a contract? will JfraaWlrj and a See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. '.;. sell their preparations, thus preventbIto ipAclal tho puroh Hero are a few things that some of and alio of real eaute,Attention to r nts. Ale collection elalmi ing people from buying tho original people would like to see: The and the aecotlatioB or loans. of tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe our t penny-posestablished in Bollepoint; Killer" Ib what you need. It is now, tho sohool-hous- e and ohauel handand for years has been, making somely and tastefully paitkod; tho The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, more cures than all other remedies street cars running to Lake Park; a combined. Read their advertisement public mooting of our citizens who in this paper. Don't be deceived. will nominate a suporb ticket for Near Frankfort, Ky. guard who Chicago and Return oouncilmen, affairs wouldtho next well I7TH YKAR.. SCIENTIFIC AND CLASSICAL CheapIEatosto two for the town's 1 t1 t- the ratification last Saturday even- and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Stiver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its innny excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI 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 FIO SYRUP CO. To be found at- - R. ROGERS & SON. OUR PLATFG RM. TITE pledge ourselves in favor of of customers PI20TECTI01T misstatements. evercharge, adulterations and from' PEOHIBITIOIT I fififclta 11 f 1 jh L g he Oos-tivenes- B, -- i ercfy&itt; 32iir Boots and Shoes, ft SB Z jiiiiira CROMWELI Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &e. -- 4 school, under strict military discipline, with R. K. McGLURE, 42lmJLBL-- Sitftaro-tt;. m gain. Mastin Bros. 14th, 1W3. ll-3- t. Address 30-t- f. tOL D, V. BOYD. Supt.. Farmdale, Ky Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. M I -- 8", , O. & S., CRTJTCHER & STAR FRANKFORT, THE election is KENTUCKY. over and C. & S. were elected by a large majority. 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- HATS, HATS, HATS, HATS. THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY. We were never so welll fixed to suit the careful buyer, in Variety, Quality and Cheapness, as we are to-da- tucky. OAPPS, CAPS, CAPS, CAPS. Ladies button kid, the best, for $i. Ladies button kid, the best, for $1.25. Children's school shoes, the best, for $1. Children's boots, the best, for $?$c. Boys' boots, the best, for $1.25. Men's boots, the best, for $.50. Men's boots (whole stock) the best, for Si. 85. Men's grain boots, the best, for $2.25. Men's fine shoes, lace and congress, the best, for $1.25. Men's casco calf, lace and congress, the best, for $2. S xx CLOTHING. Children's satinet suits, four to fourteen years, the best, for $ . Children's casimere suits, the best you ever saw, $3 to $5. Children's double-breastereefer suits, all qualities and colors, $3.50 up to $10. Children's dress suits, the best, $5 to $13. Boys suits, anj' price you want, $3 to $20, one hundred different qualities. Two thousand five hundred men's suits to select from, prices range $5, $S, $10, $12, $15, 18. $20 up to $30. 1 d 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. d One or teck, 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. Handkerchiefs, thousands of them, 5, io,is, 20, 25, 35 and 50 cents up to Si. Traveling bags, telescopes and trunks, &c, a large stock to select from, and the prices are correct. four-in-han- Men's full calf, lace and congress, the best, for $2.25. Fancy dress slippers for ladies, in all colors, beaded and plain, 2.50 to $5. Never before have we been able to show such a line of OVERCOATS as are on our tables this season. Our stock is very large and can show you anything almost that you call for EIR. C-KXTTCSXXIE- in this department. 6G3SL wWm FRANKFORT AND LOUISVILLE. esssssssiJSSZWiixrrrrTimw How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Oatarrh Cure. P. J. Cheney&Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by the firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upen the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all mBf irnw 0 JS 1PK TRET 35 m wsu Strong Witnesses. druggists. Among the thousands of testimonials of cures by Dr. Mile's New Heart Cure, is that of Nathan Allison, a n citizen of Glen Rock, Pa., who for years had shortness of breath, sleeplessness, pain in left side, shoulders, smothering spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and Liver Peter Jaquet, Pills, cured him. Salem, N. J., is another witness, who twenty years suffered with Heart Disease, was pronounced incurable by physicians, death stared him in the face, could not lie down for fear of smothering to death. Immediately after using the New Cure he felt better and could lie down and sleep all night, and is now a well man. The New Cure is sold, also a free book, by 2 J. W. Gayle. well-know- JCJilllllllil HflBLr. Hare jau written nn yet If you haven't, wlidom and Intelllfent amMtlon eugcett promiie ipeclaJ. you nr iavWaalalklf'vral personal 'Mention. I undertake to briefly tench any falrlr intelligent iienon of either .ei, who nitd y. I Kr aAr3r .Jit wslg' write, and who, after Inttructlun, will work Indue. riouilr. how to eirn Three Th3u. and Doll-- . . In tbelt own localities, where. erer they lire. I will alto furuia' the situation eroploj ment, you can earn that amount. I charge nothing end receire nothing: unleae ae abore. Nothing difficult iu icim, or mai requlrea much time. 1 deilre but one persou trvm cin read and a t ACRES OF GOOD LAND. 4V MILES SOUTH ft 4 of Frankfort, on the Little Benson ami Lane's Mill turnpike; a splendid Eureka rockaway T AM AUTHORIZED TO SELL A VALUABLE locmt posts 1 GO ncte farm In AVoodford county, Ky. It Is horse: also one or two hundred R. B. MuKEE. Apply to Mi.s. the old Bob Ciutcuer place, adjoining the farm Sept.24-lm- . On the premises. of Tom Freeman, near Spring station. I will 8Pll on very reasonable terms. Possession given the first day of next March. Persons wishing to purchase will please examine the farm and then communicate with or call und freeine for terms Moore's at Frankfort, Ky. J 0 UN L. SCOTT, Attorney for Mrs. Mary I. Johnson. A W00DF0KD FARM FOR SALE. FOR SALE! Poultry Remedy. FlUNKFOitT, Ky., fcept. 24, 1892.-2- : W, J. CHINN, JR, iJMfXOBJJHT AV Jmi.SO-ly- TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE J. market. Postlvely prevents and cures WW. CHOLERA AND GAPES. Porks of Elkhorn. Rev. Calhoun, pastor of the Christian Church, conducted the services For Rent. day. The place formerly owned by Dr. The W. H. Hall, on Cross Street. AI,I,i:., here Saturday evening and last Lord's house contains five rooms and y. Dec. day morning. Good attendance and kitchen. Large yard and garden, three additions, two by confession with good stable and water on premand one by statement. ises. For terms apply to Dr. E. E. wore held Hume. Thanksgiving services Thursday eveninrr bv Rev. J. H. Bur- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR WT ! din at Buck Run Baptist Church. U f- - "'WaHwH KET. BapThere will be preaching at the tist Church Sunday morning and FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, evening by the pastor, Rev. F. W. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. 110 Eberhardt. Mr. J. H. Bowen spent ThanksgivfAILEi Sales on our market for the week mile ing with his family. justclosed amount to 2,630 hhds., with tini)-- . I aaaaaaaaKT XJlam W flaaalk7'V ' a. kS,v Boys, watch out for your pointers receipts for the same period of 1,152 9M. on hhds. Sales on our market since .Janand setters. Mr. Trimble is out the hunt, having lost thirty sheep uary 1st amount to 146,580 hhds. Sales TEMM3 of the crop of 1891 on our market to Monday night. date 124,639 hhds. Har-lanOur young trappers, Paul and The sales on our market captured a fine opossum last embraced 578 hogsheads ofthis week TIIK SHORTEST AND QUICKEST new bur-le-y simply in Tuesday night. ''They are and prices for such were highly it." satisfactory to sellers. The range of to Im Orleans Mrs. Swango and Miss Rose Trim- values was from $5 for very common ..orgstm 20.50 for fine ble, of Hazel Green, were the guests dingy colored trash to leal. Tne lboa crop tins tar marketed of Mrs. M. B. Trimble this week. Time. 25 Hours. indicates that the crop grown this There will be a box party given at year is vastly inferior to the crop SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. Stedman's Hall by the ladies or the of 1891. Our market for 1891 burley Christian Church Friday evening, has been stronger week than at Tiie.shortest mid quickest. December 2d. at 7 o'clock p. m. Oof- any time since the this beginning of the fee and ices extra. summer and prices tend toward the Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala Mrs. G. C. Hughes is visiting her outside figures of the quotations bedaughter, Mrs. 0. M. Orumm, at low. The following quotations fairly Time. 26 Hours. Beard's Station. represent our market for burley Solid Vestlbuled Tralim. The Snort line be Wo are glad to know that Barry tobacco, crop of 1891: tweou Cincinnati ami South, jr., after an illness of two Trash (dark) or damaged Lkxinotoh, Kv., Tlme.2lfe Hourc months, is slowly improving. 12 SO 50 Knoxvillk, Tenn., " " $7 50 tobacco 17 n. c, " a8hkvim.k, " 9 00 Miss Alice French is visiting friends Common Oolory trash... 8 00 11 cuutanoooa, tknn., ' " ' Medium to good colory IB o., " 1C " Atlanta, in Cincinnati. BIKMINOIIAM, ALA.. 13 00 9 00 trash One of our bachelor friends has Common lugs not colory 8 50 Direct ConnectlonKHt NewOneansa nd Shrev 9 60 port for Texas, Mexico and California. given notice for his house to be va- Common Oolory lugs 9 00 13 00 Leave Frunkiorl vlu Kentucky Mldlund Railway cated. Who is the luoky one? good colory vliUJeortttirt'a i:i5 a.m. ;ucrlvoCliiclnnutH0:'2D Medium to 15 00 a. m. yuiciertnun anyotiieriine. 13 00 lugs Mr. Sam South, now of Simpson-villJepurtfromContral Dntos All trams .irrlv town Sun- Common to medium loaf 0 50 14 00 Depot, Cincinnati it passed through our 1 5-t- each district or county. 1 have already taught and provided with employment a large --- "number who am making over Three llioanand Dollars a Year, each. All It new, aolld.eure. Full particulars fret. After yuu anow all. If you tMclude tojro no further, liv. no harm li done. Addreia, - V. JI01: 4SO, Auu'iiatu, 31 nine. Will practice in all State Courts. 01 (Ice second floor, Custom House. . More then pays for Its use In the extra produe ' tlon of Kentucky Midland By. Shortest and quickest between BE O- - 3- - S6 . "4. Get a trial box, CINCINNATI Frankfort, lisle, AND FRANKFORT. and FOB CHAPMAN S-A-X- jE 33 "3T f. - drb. Bttsapa oaaaaaHT Only direct line between & WILLIAMS, DRUGGISTS- Qdorgetown Pari., Fal- Oaf' PRESCRIPTION Haysville, Gynthiana, mouth and Covington VIA KV. GOODS Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET MIDLAND. AND SUNDRIES. mmmmmmmm MmtMSMm iism&mm mJSBmlmL "X ASK 5FOR TICKETS 7 TBAIHS Finest HUH BY CENTHAL STAHDABD 18U2. l M I' M No. 8. No. 7. 5 QUA y. TIME. WATE R in Frankfort, April TIMK TABLE OCT. 31. I A d, TRAINS K AST. Lv. Frankfort Lv. Lv. . . . A . I No. 1. 0.00 COG DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the Lv. Swltzer Lv. Duvall Summit Elkhorn ti.U 6.18 . Lv.stamnlng Ground - Lv. Johnson Lv. Georgetown Lv.CS. Depot 1 v. Newtowi Lv Centrevllte I,v Elizabeth . Ar Purls . . H . ...... .0. I 6.89 6 44 6.52 6.60 7.00 7.18 7.23 7.87 6.2 4.00 4.06 4.11 4.18 4.S2 4.8U 4.44 4 52 COO 5.12 6.21 5.20 5.40 A 1.00 1.10 1.25 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.85 3.00 3.20 8.85 3.45 4.05 M I PHOENIZ IN LEXINGTON. aEEOTEaL, KY TRAINS WEST. Lv. Ar.0)lt)(r-Illd- Ar. B"ln!)3tH . Ptns . . . Ar. Xiv.J.vi . Ar.U 3. Dnot U, Ar.f33itown Ar. joi inn Ar. Duall Ar.3u n )ln?(irouaj ...... ... Ar. Fr.KUforli A R C Ar. UK lira Ar. limit Ar. 3vltr A l I V M No, 2. No. 4 H.IIJ 0.55 8.12 6.03 0.0'J 8.16 6.17 8.21 8.30 6.32 8.41 6.37 0.15 8.49 6.51 8.51 0.5S J.01 7.10 9.13 7.16 9.19 7.22 9.25 7.30 9.33 I' M No.bNo.l2 4.45 5.03 5.21 6.86 6.52 7.05 7.15 7.35 7.55 Saturday, Deo. 3d. 1802. Saturday, Deo. 24th, 1892. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surglca operation an d with little or no pain, 5.55 8.10 8.20 8.30 e, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Select or wrappery tobacco Medium to good loaf... ...'14 00 17 00 Good to fine loaf. 25 00 17 00 25 00 32 501 D. MILLER, E. T. OUAItLETON, D. P. &T, A.,Cbattanooea. D. Trnf.Mni;. Olnclnnntl.O. 'i. EDWARD&, 9, P. & i. E. B. WEITZEL, 0. D. BEROAW, City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt. T connects with L. & N. connects with 0. & C. and L. S. connects with K. O. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north, south und west. For further information apply to their agents. Jas. David Moore, Benson, Ky. , M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. REEERENCES. W. McKee Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Ky, Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. V. Berberich, Frankfort, Ky. Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson, Ky. A. H. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. V. J. Huelies, Frankfort, Ky. ' ' . v v l"iS DAYS, rampiuuis uescnuiug mese diseases und the mode of treatment sent free to uny one W. I. KELLEY, M. D., by addressing 259 V. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE. DR. KELLEY'S office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR t ' ti ,t vkMm I 'Mm j m li