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Somo Interesting Figures on this Number 1$ Highest of all in Leavening Power- .- Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Rcftfcd PomfcJ X L Important Artery of Commorce. ' t v u ffl JSEKaeZKE ABSOLUTELY PURE QUESTIONS Propoundod and Answered. A young lndy of this city, who has a proposal of marriage under consideration from n young man in a large city, vhoe salary is $100 a month, said the other day: "I don't know what to do. I love him, but I fear that it will be impossible to live on his salary and I do not think there ore any prospects whatever for an increase of his income. What ought a lady to do under sueh circum- stances?" Answer ty and strength of your love It depends upon the qualiAnd your force of character what course you should take. If you cannot fact make up your ft' that a cottage Jtndmind s to the with him will give you greater happiness than a brown-stonfront and every pleasure that wealth and high social Have began to sweep around, position command, you had better pause before you take the final leap to remind you this; the and try the teat of time and absence. BROWNIE ! The salary mentioned will doubtless season for is l, oblige you to practice much but you ought not to expect a young man to begin where your parents are ready to end. If you love him as you say you do, No. '4; 1,370 at No 5, and 1,300 at No. 6. JLost His Jacknife. the very act of aelf sacrifice will InOf the quantity of all kinds of crease your happiness. Much of the At Cavendish Falls, on Black river, freight moved through the looks, the pleasures that you now deem nee Vt., x, vertical cliff is known as Lov- figures show that about 86,500 tons easary to your happiness will not find er's Leap. It is a poor town that has passed through No. 1. during the. any favor with you after marriage. not one euch feature in thisucountry. year; 65,320 through No. 2; 74,400 ovex this VerInstead of ennui, which probably A man actually went '40s. He did through No. 3; 65,700 through No. 4; leap along in the overtakes you at frequent intervals, mont not mean to, and a companion crept1 44,500 through No. o, and 40,500 your every moment will be filled with to the edge and looked over, expect- through No. 6. The period of the T duties which love will make delight ing to oe him dashed to pieces be- heaviest movement extends from was crawling out of ful and cause you to forget that they low. The manHello!" his December until July. The following are performed by the slow passing of the river. Are you hurtshouted "I list of names and dimensions of much?" friend. the the minutes into hours, for which in aint hurt much, was the answer, "but crafts that have been plying' the your present state you would commit! I'll be darned if I haven't lost my river during the year: murder by killing time killing the: jacknifa.-J- V. Y. Sun. Svaq I5o.it. Length. BrtaUih. Depth. Tonnage hours arid opportunities of the most The above reminds us that along in Kftntuckr ISO 30 4.C 330 1 precious part of your life. Marriage the '.60s, when we worked as a "cub" Packets. 27 4.4 221 is the proper sphere for both man and in tbeold Commonwealth office, then falls CWy . . . 132 four-stor- y building now occu- Belliilre. 127 24 117 3.6 woman, but a woman who has a in the 126 &G 26 OHriuvule. 194 to marry a worthy man, and pied by Mr. John T. Buckley, several John Barrett .. 125 chance 5.D 187 si fears that she cannot give up for of the employes roomed on the fourth Henrietta. . . 101 16 48 at! floor. One Sunday night, while sev Isere 101 20 &7 64 .him any of the superfluities of her 100 19 3.7 71 single life, ought to remember that ub eral of the boys were sitting around Bob Roy. S. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. a rule a man can better afford to re- the etove in the composing room Florence ' 96 16 3.8 Shanks, 26 reading, one of the men who slept main unmarried than the woman; 16 3 89 Little Sandy. ' 63 10 4 5 that the gradual dissolution of the on the top .floor came up the stepfl, Ghent 48 11 4 4 family circle by the death of the par- carrying a considerable amount of Florence 15 3 43 ents, the marriage and separation of .stagger juice in his Bystem. He Favorite . . . 1U9 14 3 50 KalePrather brothers and ulsters, does not make stumbled along until he reached Tow Boats. 21 122 a man half as dependant on a woman the head of .the last flight of stairs, Excel &5 119 22 3 108 as it makes a woman dependant on a when he loBt his footing and came L. A. Fulton. .122 ',3 4 97 man. This, if the motive of working tumbling back. Thump, ' thump, Al Martin . . 112 18 3 Gl thump! his body struck the steps as Troubadour. to the high aims of love and home, is 18 not sufficient, should inspire a woman he shot down the steep stairway, and D.D.Baker. . 117 4.3 71 v 116 18 4.2 70 with oourage to marry a man, who Anally brought up in a little recess Sawyer i though not able to support his wife at the head of the first flight of stairs, When slack-wate- r reaches the coal V; in the style in which she has been against the press-roodoor, all and iron fields of Eastern Kentucky, accustomed to living, will yet, on $100 doubled up like a jackknife. Every this river will accomplish more toa month, have sufficient to provide one in the composing room rushed wards opening tho mines and buildSee our line for her real needs and still leave a down' the steps to his assistance, ing furnaces to send the rich mineral small sum for an occasional recrea- expecting to una mm dead or products of the counties penotrated maimed for life. The first one to hvfhA mm.i,af ' r fh. .n,,n CJlo.a32Q.Toer tion or health diversion. reaoh him beht down and asked if try, than all the railroads that are rETold-iin- g 'v "Why is it pray that many have he was much hurt. In a sleepy voice likely to be built in that region for "Well-er-veI believe many years to come. It will be the written marriage a failure on the he replied: my h'eel a little bit" "Ts?v7"ard.roToes, Western Monongahela and contribute idea that it brings a monotony in life I scratched as much to the growth and prosperity How to Become Fleahy. which paralyzes the brain and ren: ,4 of the townB along its course as that ' and wife stupid ' ders both husband .. .' Hi, l Dr. Miles Nervine not only cures all teeming river aforenamed for Penn ISools: tr And digs in mutual dislike the grave 1 of a love that was thought to have nervous diseases, headache, blues, sylvan! a. , rj i nervous prostration; sleeplessness, ft The same monotony neuralgia, St. Vitus dance, fits and , eternal life? Admitted the Facts. ' Oo-u.clxes- , 'l'i'i exiBts in every phase of life, and if hysteria, but also builds up the body. am plea'sed to say that after years & , anything is less in married than in "I Nowspapor editors have to bo very of intense suffering with nervous diselngle life. The duties of the married ease, headache and prostration, I careful in opening their columns for ip; "state, if they furnish constant ooou-w- i tried Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, statements. But aware that the Dr. Miles Medical Go. are responsible, pation tit the couple and are per- - and in two weeks gained eight pounds wo make room for tho following tes- Purchases can be made now and goods stored away for future de-in weight. I could not lie down to livery. Give us a call. The hrerest stock, latest ?tvln t,formod cheerfully as sensible people sleep, but now sleep timonial from It. MoDoucrall. Auburn. u ' first-clas- s goods. Lowest prices guaranteed. J orfully!Ind, wJl lor two yours noticed a fiT'who love each other should discharge and am still improving oppago Ul PIVIJJJJUI UJ UWO JJUIBO, IIIO eCannot Iff their mutual obligations, will not JttKS. Li,say enough for tho Nervin- PJ. ' ?,w """ ju" DU JJ. MILLARD, UlUlklrlC, idle time for lr leave enough deadly poisontho mind Y. frjilnnri customer used Nnrvhin "0 Oil 1C, JUS noarc cl'u? tiuvuuu was IlUttoroU, lie "One to feel the of life's nnrl flfrnoti nminrln in flnli alarmoU, went to UUloront doctors, says Brown &Maydury, Cortland &!md,n?TrolioAbutt?"0 bottle pi Dr. monotony. N. Y. Trial bottles and elegant M"efl New ,Hoa,rt 9uTro wydhim.The elegant book, 'Now and Start3 The question was asked at a party book free at J. W. Gayles. ling Facts," free at J. V. Gayle's. It other night why it was that when tho auouii noarc ana nervous (M?( a youg lady married, all try tor Pitchers Castoria, 'eases, and many wonderful cures. 3 her former Carpets, furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies, 1 dls-.eve- half-ration- e self-denia- yet, the large amount of freight moved in one year by the boats which pass through the looks,' is sufficient) girl 'friends who remained single gradually loosened their tie of friend- proof of the importance of this ship and at last drifted into a more water route to the commercial inter, calling acquaintance. One, answered ests of Kentucky, even should the vast that it was because the 'single girls improved navigation to the dream coal for re- and iron fields remain a believed they were obtaining a succeeding generations. Six locks are venge for the merriage of their slack-watfriend. Another said it was because already constructed and the married couples find so much navigation extends from Oarrollton, happiness in each other's society at at the mouth of the river, to the High first as to show the single girls that Bridge, a distance of 122 miles. The they are not necessary to fill any appropriation for Look No. 7 has void in their married lives. Still been made by Congress and the preanother thought it was an absence of liminary work for its construction a special aim in life on the part of next summer at a point about ten the single girls and the almost entire miles or more above High Bridge is absorption of the mind's efforts on now under way. This' will make a the part of the married cids which navigable stage of water twenty-fiv- e gradually caused the divergence of j miles or more above the lock, in- r, their paths. One young lady, how-- oreasing tue entire navigable . tance to nearly 1C0 miles. The locks who had doubtless saffexed for her impudence, said that she believed constructed are located at the fol-- it was because the wives were weak lowing distances from the mouth of enough to tell their husbands all the the riven No. 1, four miles; No. 2, miles; No. 3, forty-thre- e little aecrets that before the marriage1 thirty-onmiles; No. 6, had made the bond of friendship mileaj No. 4, sixty-similes; and No. 6, which preciouB to both, and that the single eighty-thre- e girls knowing this were afraid to was opened last December, at ninetytrust themselves in the .husband's i nine miles. Reliable figures on the company or to continue the confi- number of lockages during the year, dence with the wife which they to November 1st, last, 'show that feared would be violated as soon as about 1,220 were made at lock No. 1; 1G0 at No. 2; 1,010 at No. 3; 1,110 at their ibacks were turned. er ,' Though the great and ultimate object for which the United States Government assumed charge of the Kentucky river and engaged to im- prove the navigation by a system of looks and dams to the headwaters of the river is far from accomplishment for Infants and Children "CMtorUfo so wen adapted to children thi I recommend ItMtuperior to ny prescription E. A. Aftcm, M, D., knows to mo." Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. "The use of 'Castoriato sounlrerMl and Its merits so well known that It eeema a work of Mpererogatton to endorse It Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Canon within eaay reach." Carlo Martw. D.D- City. New York Bloomlmjdalo Eef ormed Church. Late Poitor Thb Ckxtauk Ji fl Caatori cores Colic, ObmtrpaUon;. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation; Killa Worms, cires Bleep and promotes Wli thout Injur! ous medlcatioa. Ui " For seYcral years I hare recommendedl our ' Caatoria, ' and ahattalwayconUnue to.I do so as it has invariably produced bene&clal results." Edwin F. Fardct; K. D., "Tho Wlnthrop," ISSth Streetand .7th Are., New York City ft .. '! CAirr, 77 Mcbhay 8tmm,.Nw York. Feb. 13-l- CHILLY corner the BLASTS e x - Weather Strips and Coal Hods, Meat Choppers & Butcher Knives Corn Poppers, Lanterns, Glass, Powder, Shot and Shells. M aS Ml P. GRAY, Hardware Merchant. J -- ... ... El WEE, S mkFBlHL ... ... .94 .93 1892 CHRISTMAS. 1892 FOR USEFUL Saw-mill- s. .97 .... a ,- m HOLIDAY GIFTS 4 ri,. Snorts, s. Eec3.sr Oases, 3idebosixd.sC IParlor Sia.its, ,' Easy Oliaixs- - Divans, I BROWER, SCOTT & FRAZEE, ais-Childr- en t J. ' I i 3 Ej IRON ROOFING, M1LBURN Window Glass, '80 'per cent, off list. Door Locks, complete, 20 cents. 'Pad Locks, 10 cents. Sherwin & Williams' Mixed Paints, Sr.45 per gallon Germania Mixed Paint, $1.10 per gallon. S. & W. Family Paints, 15 cents. Buggy Whips, 10 cents and upward. L LING Cutlery, Chains, Horse Shoes, S3. 80 per keg. Trace Chain?, per pair, 35 cents. Hunt s Axes, 60 cents. Hunt's No. Hatchets, 45 cents. 1 We invite our friends and the public to call on us if they wish to save money on goods in our line. WAGONS, WIRE, Oils, O Dourud. TJ" T . &C. Wall Paper, 3 cents and upward. Steel Nails, per keg, $1.90, base. Wire Nails, per keg, $.95, base. Harness, Collars. Disston's Hand Saws, 1.10. Alabastine, 25 cents per package. Boys' Saddles, $2.35. Bridle Bits, 15 cents. Buggy Harness, 6.50. Riding Bridles, 65 cents. -- Varnish. V Guns, Large bissal Rope, 3 cents per pound. Shot, 6V2 cents per pound. Best Firmer Chisels, 15 cents up. Carriage Bolts, per package, 70 per cent. off. '. ' Rock Salt, 60 cents per 100 pound. Diamond Dye, 5 cents per package. cents Patent and Plain Grate Baskets, 4 and 4 oer Sewer Pipe, 70 per cent. off. Outside Blinds, 50 and 5 off. Brushes. Tro3r Slurries, Blacksmith's and Wagon Materials, Belting, Sash and Doors, Paper Shades, Crockery, Iron, Shot, Shells, Cartridges, etc., at the reduced prices. charged at regular price 1 wortli $175, for $145. . All goods sold on time Cor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. C- - E. COLLINS & BRO., y Opposite the Farmers Bank. & r a week's visit to Miss Lena Stone, on Matrimonial. bride's mother Mrs. Sam Steele, on Court of Common Fleas. Wapping street. The ceremony was North St. Clair street. performed by Toler-DudleJudge Ira Julian's Court of Common Mr. S. J. Hutcheson, of Louisville, Frank Toler and the Episcopal Rev. E. A.inPenick. of Mr. A. H. Sinclair, of Georgetown, Church, the pres- Pleas for this county closed a twot visited his brother, Senator Hutche- Rose Dudley, colored, of this city, ence was in the city yesterday. of a very few friends, aside son, 01' Henderson, this week at his were licensed Tuesday to marry. from the members of the family. The weeks' session yesterday. It is the Miss Lula D. Slaughter, of Dan home on the South Side. ville, is visiting friends here. Dan'l. E. happy couple took their departure on last term of this court, and all undisReid - Cunningham Miss Lulie Suter has returned hpme the train that Reid and Sadie B. Cunningham, ob- for live o'clock Washingtonafternoon posed of ca'ees on the docket will be Senator and Mrs. A. H. Stewart from a visit of several weeks atGratz, Old Point, City and were in Louisville Wednesday. Owen county, accompanied by her tained license to marry, Wednesday. New York, and will return here and transferred, under the new law, to Suddith-Oonwa- y Robert O. Sud-dit- make their home at Mrs Steele's. the Circuit Court, which will meet Mrs. Lucy Evans, of Indianapolis, cousin, Miss Lucy Dupuy. is here visiting her son, Philip. and Lillie D. Conway, of Benson, Ordinarily the marriages which the here in January with Judge James Mrs. Sallie VanDerveer, who has ladies of this city have contracted Miss Lizzie Roberts, of Owensboro, been visiting her daughter, Mrs. John were granted license Tuesday to have resulted in the removal of the E. Cantrill on the bench. The court W. Milam, returned to her home in marry. is the guest of Mrs. It. H. Phillips. brides to the city in which their was almost up with its docket yesterHamilton, Ohio, Wednesday. John Hays and husbands lived, but in this exeeption day, and but few cases were continMaggie LeCompte, of LexingMiss Mr. M. E. Jett, who has been in Ida Hallecks, colored, were author- to the rule, what Paducah loses ued and transferred to the Circuit ton, visited friends here this week. very bad health for some time, has ized by license obtained Wednesday Frankfort gains, and a gentleman of Court. Besides a number of equity Miss Addie Schroeder, of Louisville, sulllciently improved to visit his to marry. the reputation of Judge Bullitt is an orders and judgments in other small cases, the court disposed of the folvisited Miss Alma Schofield the past daughter, Mrs. Brooks, in Richmond. acquisition which society Stivers-Brawne- r Mr. Cash Sti- local bar will appreciate. and the lowing cases of more general interweek. acThe Mrs. Havens, wife of Capt. W. T county, quaintance that has ripened into est than the rest, viz: R. H. Mitchell Mr. Will. Morris returned Saturday Havens, of the Insurance Bureau, vers, a young farmer of the vs. M. B. Forwood. of Elmville, for a from a two weeks' hunt at Reel Foot arrived Monday with her daughter, and MIbb Mayrao Brawner, daughter marriage dates back to the days of note of 116;- verdict for defendant. Lake. Miss Florine, to spend the winter in of the late Mr. Alex Brawner, eloped tne uonsutucionai convention when F, M. Conway vs. Church Brothers, to Jeffersonvllle. Ind., Wednesday the Judge had every opportunity to Georgetown, the city. Miss Willie Stone, of observe and value the superior for $800, for the sale to the plaintiff of and were married. 3s visiting relatives on North St. Clair womanly qualities of the bride, and an alleged diseased horse; verdict for Rev. George O. Barnes and wife Newton-Bledso- e Mr. Charles B. though he lived a bachelor for more the defendants. Henry Bell vs. City street. and daughters, Misses Marie and Georgie, took their departure from Newton and Miss Mary E. Bledsoe than sixty years, he can at last felici- of Frankfort, for damages at $1,000, Mr. Thos. Porter, of Covington, Monday for their winter were united in marriage Thursday at tate himself upon his good fortune for an overflow of a sower, causing was in the city this week visiting this city Florida. home in the residence of Mr. O. H. Johnson in securing such a pure, gentle, in- the water to enter plaintiffs house friends. memon Main street, Rev. E.A. Penick per- telligent, Christian lady for his com- and produce illness among theplaintMr. John K. Newton, of Scott TVTionpci T.miisfi and Lvne PeDDer re panion during the remainder of his bers of his family; verdict for and Miss Maggie lnsko, of forming the ceremony. iff. turned to their school at Cincinnati , county, county returned to their life, which the Roundabout Jones-WebstMason, Mr. William S. may be lengthened out" to prays TVTnndav. many homes Monday, after a visit to the JoneB, of Woodford county, and Miss years of added honor and usefulness. A son of Mr. M. D. Pusser, a merMr. John Hawkins returned home family of Mr. G. M. Galbraith. Those present were: Mrs. Dr Her-ver- y chant of Gibraltar, N. C, was so Birdie L. Webster, of Bloomington, trip to Monday from an extended McDowell, of Oynthiana; Mrs. badly afilicted with rheumatism for Mrs. Helen McClure and Miss Lena Franklin county, were united in marChicago. Phil. Bate, of Louisville: Mrs. Smith, a year or more as to be unable to Kirtley spent several days in Louis riage by Rev H. G. Henderfcon Miss Jeanette Hearn, of George- ville this week, as a committee from at the office of the of Paducah; Misses Sallie und Nettie work or go to school. His father conRoss, of Lexington; Mrs. S. B. Mox-le- cluded to try Chamberlain's Pain town, visited friends here the first of the Baptist Church of this city, visit- County Clerk. of Shelbyyille; Miss Margaret Balm on the boy. It soon cured him ing the denominational Orphans the week. WIreman-Harro- d A license to Pickett, of Maysvllle; Mr. W. 0. Mc- aud he has since walked one and Home there. Mr. Henry Vest has gone to the marry was granted to Grant Wire-ma- Ohord, of Springfield; Judge Bennett a half miles to school and back mountains of Eastern Kentucky on The Kenyon Hotel is entertaining, and Misd Mollie Harrod, of Flab and wife, Judge Holt, Judge Joseph every school day. 50 cent bottles for besides other guests, the wives of business. Creek. The ceremony was performed Lewis, Judge Thomas Hines, Mr. sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist. of the Legisthe following Mr. Western Thomas, of Anderson, lature: Hon. members L. Thursday at the residence of Mrs. Alec Robinson, Mr. Harvey Berry-maJ. Sol. Harris will sell you clothing in this city Alexander, Hon. W. Bashaw, Hon. and Margaret Bridgeford, on Washington Messrs. Clifton and Edwin PeInd., visited his mother A. H. Hargis than some this week. street, Squire J. W. Bohannan offic- nick, Judge Lindsay and wife, Rev. for less wholesale. people can buy Hon. R. F. Bass. E. A. Penick and wife, Mr. and them at iating. Mr. M. F. Oonroy returned this Mrs. K. W. Aldridge, Dr. and Mrs. Fargo-Lai- r Real Estate Transfers. week from a visit to his mother at We have some first class second Mr. J. D. Fargo Sam Holmes, Mrs. Nannie Duvall, Mt. Sterling. hand buggies and pha9tons for sale. Cashier, of the First National Mrs. Campbell Steele, Mrs. Anne Asst. Commissioner Wm. Cromwell, in Bank, of Middlesborough and Miss Mrs. R. 0. Church, Miss An- Call and see them if you want a barMiss Margaret Stone, of Forks of Mastin Bros. Elkhorn, is visiting Miss Bonnie the case of Jane M. Hearn, &c, vs. Jessie Lair, of Georgetown, were nie Steele, Miss Leville Church and gain. Col. R. P. Pepper ahd wife. Hockensmith. Wm. G. Hearn, &c, to Charles E. married Wednesday. The bride haB Miss Agnes Drane returned home Ellwanger, for 2,900, house and lot often attended the Assembly Hops ANNOUNCEMENT Top Drawer. Saturday from a visit to her relatives on the north side of Main street and has a large number of friends in this city. ft near Eminence. between High and the alley on the FOR C0UNCILMEN. Hotel. local. Todd-Ros- s The announcement has Oapt. Jno W. Headley jind wife east side of the Capital To the voters of the Third Ward: Richard Chiles, the little grand- independent : I hereby announce myself astn Gentlemen made a brief visit to Louisville the Frankfort's Leading Dressmaker. been made that Mr. James M. Todd, from the candidate for son of Oapt. Sam Sanders, fractured Third Wnrd at the election coui.illman December first of the week. jr., formerly of this city, but now of to be held to 'lie voters of the Sii. I urn too Miss Nettle Parker, after a visit to if Talk is cheap, but newspaper talk Louisville, will in the month of Feb his right arm 'Thursday by falling Third Ward to need any introduction,city's elected interfriends here, returned home to Lex- costs money, and unless one can ful- ruary next wed Misa Nettie Ross, of down at the city school. I promise to falthfullv look after the est without fear or favor and promise the Third Lexington, a young lady who has ington, Saturday. fill promises so made it is money Oyster Supper Tho ladies of the Ward that It shall have pe eral much needed Imvisited her aunt, Mrs. Sam. Very resp't onrs, Miss Eflle Hill, after a visit to Miss thrown to the wind. Madam Stewart often in this city. South Side Presbyterian Church net- provement. SAM J. LHEA. Steele, Crittenden, returned home to promises to turn out garments that Hose ted nearly $60 at their oyster supwill be the equal, to say the least, of Wade-Welc- h Thursday. Lexington Walker Wade and per in the Fincel Block Wednesday those made in Louisville or CincinMOST SUCCESSFUL County Attorney L. F. Johnson and nati. Is she doing so? The proof of Mrs. Kittle Welch, colored, were night. home from their trip the pudding is the eating thereof, but married Tuesday night at the homei bride returned Fire Tuesday About five o'clock to Chicago Thursday. THROAT If you have never given Madam a of the bride on the South Side, Rev. Mrs) Thomas B. Rodman, after an trial, ask some of your friends who Eugene Evans performing the cere- Tuesday afternoon, as Mrs. Grant extended visit to her parents in Mt. have, and see if the verdict is not the mony. A dance and supper for the Green, jr., was sewing by lamp light And Chronic Disease Specialist In the State. same in every instance. "My dress number of friends who were present at her home on the South Side, the Sterling, returned home Monday. has a certain style to it that I have concluded the celebration of nuptials. lamp accidentally fell- over and a Mr. Frank Moore returned Thurs- herofore failed to get in Frankfort." flame shot up to the ceiling in close day to his former home in Lexington, What do frills and trimmings amount Hinton-Bren- t Miss Gay Brent, proximity to the lace curtains. he will engage in business. where to anyway if very good taste is not daughter of Judge Harry Brent, of Friends passing turned in an alarm, The celebrate'! Specialist, formerly of New York Mednow consulting Physician displayed in their use? It takes a Misses Nellie Fellmer and Louise the Superior Court, was united in but when the firemen arrived the City, Institute, of Louisville, Kyof Southernat the will be ical Sunday afternoon certain nack" to be a strictly fashbeen thrown out of tho lamp A. Wiard returned ionable dressmaker, a more or less marriage at Knoxville, Tennessee, on room had the yard before any dam-ag- o CAPITAL HOTEL, Iranklort. into from a visit to friends in Louisville. mocieiea irom some gooa, Wednesday, to Mr. Edward T,' Hinton, lit Thursday, December 8th, had been done. Misses Sallie and Nettie Ross, of ad or Indifferent fashion plate does a wealthy furniture dealer in Paris. aunt, not mean fashionable dress making; Judge Brent was present at the wedArm Broken Little Jimmie West, returning every four weeks. DR STOCK DALE Lexington, are visiting their of experience In tho largest hosMrs. Sam. Steele, on Wapping street. good dress making means ideas, and ding, and returned to the city yester-day- . son of Hon. I. T. West, wliile wrest lias hud jearscountry, is a graduate of several of pitals In tho go to The ideas one to and Mrs. 0. E. t.hnget fiiRhinn.ihln must travel Madam the East, happy couple, after a trip to ling with Dudley Gray, a playmate the best colleges, und h,is tor a numbei of years Mrs. Ed. Hensley centers: will live In Paris. surgical dismiuleu specialty at the public school yesterday, fell eases He treats of all chronic anddoes not take Oolihan went to Washington City Stewart regards her trips a part of successfully and and broke his arm. on a visit of a week or two. Tuesday the case unless a cure can be guaranteed. Razor.Nocher Mr. L. 0. Razor, ner uusiness. Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Ringing in Ears, Von ir.tn iron sirr,. cnod taste and of Carter county, on Wednesday Mrs. T. H. Bradley and son, of Disease of the Throat Cured cough left after lung fever, Deafness.Kidney, Urinary Eye. Ear, Nose,Troubles, und Bladder visited her mother, judgment, combined with the very night married Miss Tenle Nocher, of with two bottles. Mrs. Lizzie Burns, Lungs, Georgetown, Brlgnt's Disease. Diabetes, Dyspepsia, ConstipaMrs. L. F. Woods, on High street, latest ideas, to turn out such dresses, Barclay, Sangamon, Co., Ills., writes tion, Rheumatism and Paralysis Tuesday. such wraps, such evening costumes, this city, the ceremony taking place as follows: ''I think Dr. Bull's Cough Epilepsy or Fits positively cured. In the parlor of the Kenyon Hotel In Young or mldde-agefrom Syrup is truly an excellent remedy Spermatorrhea, Impotoncv,men, suffering results Mrs. George L. McOhord as are constantly being made at Mr. and the presence of a large number of for coucrhB loft from luncr fever, as of errors or excesses, shouldEruptions, theit is too Madam Stewaiits, are the cad before and son, of Georgetown, on the hotel guests. Rev. H. G.'Hendor-son- , two bottles entirely cured my daught- late. We guarantee a cure It case has not gone 318 Main street. the of Mr. of the Methodist Church, er." too fur. guests Side. G. M. Ualbralth officiated. Tho bride has been emShortsightedness. ployed at the hotel and It was during Miss Carrie Marion, of Colorado, BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. busRazor's one Eva Hoge, reafter a visit to Missstudies, in CinTo waste your money on vile, dirty, inessof Mr. he first visits here on tho Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. experienced that turned to her music watery mixtures compounded by inAs Syphlllls, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., to woo and A Card. cinnati, Monday. experienced persons, when you have affection that urged himhappy couple remedies. cured by win Miss Nooher. The Disease of Women, such us Lucorrheu, Painful testing Henderson, after a the opportunity of Why willOtto's will make their homo in carter Displacement of Womb, Bearing Miss Mattio Having disposed of my interest in Menstruation, you Cure free of charge. relieved In short time. visit to her brother, Dr. Dan R. Hen- continue to irritate your throat and county. tho Capital City Business College to Down Pains in Back all his portable Instruments The Doctor carries of Georgetown, returned to lungs with that terrible hacking derson, the most obscure Profs. Galon and Flndloy, I am Judge W. G longer connected with tho same. no and comes prepured to examineHo undertakes no medical und surgical cases. the city Tuesday. cough when Chapman & Williams incurable disease, but cures hundreds given up n t. E. H. Elliott. will furnish you a free sample bottle Bullitt, of Paducah, a to die. Consultation tree und confidential. Rev. J. J. Taafle and Mr. George j of this great guaranteed remedy? lawyer and member of the ConstituAddress Covington, visited Mr. ' Taaire, of to the Hold a bottlo of BR0W1TS IROtTbITTERS t ..1 rnrtV. nt. ATna Minlmnl Mil. light and observe Otto's Cure golden tional Convention from McOracken itsbeautiful county, married Miss Catherine Q. ill. 0.. honey's this week. oures Dyspepsia, color and thick heavy syrup. LarPllkington, Wednesday afternoon at Miss Maggie Lauze, of Yarnalltbn gest packages and purest goods. 3 o'clock, at the residence of the LOUISVILLE, KY. 45 Station, returned homo Monday, after Large bottle 60c. h Hays-Hallecks - lir r, , "6(l S .J. t ) er y, n n, i . 9-- tf. Mc-Elwai- n, 30-t- f. well-know- n HE, Edit, - - DR.STOCKDALE. '4 . d 13-l- t. never-fallin- g BULLITT-PlLKINGTO- N well-know- 13-l- Debility. 1 1 STOW, . 11 Hffiyl Hudson, HumphriesCassell "DECAUSE we do a larare Merchant Tailoring: business, JD please do not be under the impression that we sell line. We have the largest, nothms in the ready-mad- e best selected stock of Made Overcoats They are ail Wool and of the best manufacture, and Ave guarantee not to be undersold. Be sure to look at our Overcoats before you buy. 't 43 i MERCHANT TAILORING FURNISHING GOODS and HATS, $- We are supplied with the best in the mar et. In buying from us you can always do so with confidence that you are getting good, reliable goods. Hudson, HumphriesCassell Social Events. Miss Addie Strange entertained the Capital City Literary Society at her home on the South Side, Tuesday SrmK JAPANESE Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy h ' W You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in.first-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow Si. so less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. , the second prize, an after dinner coffee spoon; Mrs. Will. Saffell, scoring five, the third prize, after cutting with Mrs. A. F. Respess, Mrs. Frank SUCCESSORS TO O R. CRUTCHER & CO. Richardson and Mrs. Theo. Wylie, a vase; Mr. J. G. Mcljean, scoring six, the gentleman's first prize, a pocket memorandum book, after cuttting Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. with Mr. A. J. Carroll, to whom the second gentleman's prize fell thereby, B. Day. a .silver paper weight. The booby BUO-G-- T prize, for the score of one, fell to Mr. Robert, the eight year old son of George Alexander. March f Mr. George Thompson was the cenby MIbs Sophrona Risk was stormed Milos' Nerve and Liver Pills. tral figure in a delightful musical entertainment at the Kenyon Hotel a largo party of friends at her home parlor Tuesday evening. The gifted near Duckers, in this county, last .Act on a new principle regulating little fellow rendered some exquisite Tuesday evening.v Her house was the liver, stomach and bowels though music on the violin and mandolin, on thrown open to them and all cordially the nerves. A new discovery Dr both of which instrumonts.no seemed welcomed, a large room prepared for Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness to play with the facility of a master. dancing, musio having been en- bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipaHe was accompanied oy Mr. Henry gaged for the occasion, and all en- tion. Splendid for men, women and Brady, a splendid performer on the joyed themselves until the wee sma children. Smallest, mildest, surest. guitar. hours of morning, when they re- 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at y Mauer on Saturday after- turned to their homes, expressing J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. Mrs. Kate themselves as having a delightful noon entertained the Ladies Whist time, the hostess herself joining in Justrecoived the best lino of clothClub. There were four tables and the evening's pleasures and looked ing, and you can buy them lower the following ladies participated in as gay as the young folks. An ele- than ever at Ed. Harris' old" stand. the game: Mrs. J. Q. A. Stewart, gant lunch was served at 12 o'clock. Mrs. Jtfannio Duvall, Mrs. J. S. Col- The ladies present were: Mies Grace King's Royal Gormateur. KjljiElSjSASljjWafl lins, Mrs J. G. McLean, Mrs. A. F. Murray, of Midway; Miea Mabel Mrs. Johnson, of Graefenburg; Misses RespeBS, Mrs. John H, Stuart, the medicine of the Will. Saffell, Mrs. J. Swigert Taylor, Maggie and Louise Daniel, of Frank- century, , ItB phenominal success as MrB. Julia Thompson, Mrs. Charles fort; Misses Jennie Jott, Pearl Ed- a seller and favorite with the poople E. Half, Mrs. D. B. Walcutt, Mrs. J. wards, Redd Welch, Eloise Trumbo, is the acknowledged wonder.of the Laura Jones, modicino world. Based upon the Bedford, M. VanDerveer, Mrs. E. Polk John-sol- Loulie Mrs. Joan W. Milam, and Georgle, Clara, Mamie and Alice Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, Misses Todd Saifoll and Joe Murphy. Crutcher, Annie Gibson and Emma modern, and at once popular, comMrs. J. H. Stuart, Mrs John V. Milam Seay, from the surrounding neighborh- mending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by and Miss Todd Sail'ell, each scoring ood.six, cut for the prizes and Mrd. its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Stuart won the first, an embroidered Mrs. R. C. Rhea, Purifier. center piece, and Miss Sail'ell tne It is without doubt the - second, a beautiful vase. dostroyer Of Milford, Neb., says sho suffered most reliable germthe extent in the and to that greatly from a complication of disAt the entertainment of the Wishtheory is eases of female weakness and liver ormoteur is correct, King's Royal the remedy. It is no bone Whist Club Friday night of last and kidney troubles. Her health was weok, by Mrs. Caswell Bennett and fully restored by using Dr. Halo's accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For Mrs. W. J. Hendrick, thero wero Household Tea, the most ploasant sale by Chapman & Williams. 10 sovon games were and effective medicine known. 25c. thirteen tables and ....., m... .to t'rtt- l i i mi. pnzuB wore wuji to Al- and 50c. por package at P. H. CarpenSol. Harris will soil you a boy'8 pjuyuu. mho 1 suit from 4 to 10 years of age, for ter's drugstore. lows: 1.50. You can't buy the same any Mrs. Fanny M. Trabuo, scoring uly where oIbo for double the money. seven, the first prize,ii fine Dresdon plate; Mrs. Ed. Honsley, scoring six, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.' i entertained their friends at tea Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. C. C. Spalding, of Lebanon. Mrs. Nannie Duvall and Mrs. W. J. Hendrick entertained the Lad.es Afternoon Euchre Club yesterday at the residence of the llrst named lady on the South Sido. Mies Rose Crittenden entertained at luncheon Saturday afternoon, in honor of her guest, Miss Etfie Hin, of Lexington, and Miss Eva Hoge and her guest, Miss Marion, of Colorado. Gov. and Mrs. Brown gave a six o'clock dinner Tuesday to the Kail- road Comm'iasioners. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Urey Woodson, t Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. McOhord, Senator Judge and i and Mrs. G. W. Gates, Mrs. Caswell Bennett and Mrs. Mary evening. Mrs. L. 0. Kendall and Mrs. Berry A Guaranteed Cure for Files of whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, accent or I eredltury. This Remedy has positively never been known to fall. $1.00 a box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes, when purctiased ut one Mine, to refunu tne $5.00 paid If not cured. Guurantee Issued by J. W. Br cure OAYLE CO.. Drug16-l- y. BUGGIES, HAH2TESS AJSTD j&.u: T77,i3:oijH:sua.iii-- : gists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for sample. Jan. UAYLE. anrtLKCOMPTK& FAEM IMPLEMENTS prices. t e. ZEST-A-Tri- E! 1TOUI2 ZFXETTZEID. 26-t- 45-l- f. y i, I s e, 30-l- MHrrtihiiWfiiitiiifviii :J:Mdijmm ijAduA liL. al ,ftftu6; ,a. ' t ai:titeMMto w:ifi WaBBBKm TiPrTjW W OFFICE OF M. L. l COPPGRSMITH, -- -- 1 j IDHiLIjSB IlfcT- - Diamonds, JrVatches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Silver Placed 234: St. Olstir Street, 'Fiankfcit, IKZsr. '' - rare. r vCV Hi V' v: v. 1 I ,j 1 . ..'.. To the People of Frankfort and Vicinity: To those who intend to make purchases for their friends and relatives for the Christmas hnlirbvQ r n 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 whirh m'P inspect ornnns con arp crnnr.inrian rr np tvrint- Mimr ,.. ...-- . i nn -, .... w .....,. tuwr tin. i EJ1 ""h- -. t r EOUU3 die auiu emu CftClllCU. UnG SOlO Jit fhl nurpcf ' m r - " inr irptnpnr- rn nrpnr no n rrnasprij. npinp h enable me to conduct a legitimate business. Thanking my customers and friends for their patronage in helping me to build up mv business to wlnt it order to f Yours truly, VV ther endeavor, By strict attention to business, to merit a liberal share of the'public's future patronage. L COPPERS Ml rw ' As to my Repair Department, it has my individual attention, and you may rest assured work intrusted to me must be satisfactory, or money cheerfully refunded 4 HOLIDAY A.NISTOUN'OTSMJClSrT. - m -- .. ..! ;:. i- " f FKAMFORT RUUflDABUUT. SHtertd at Um pot-olBo- Advertised Letters atFrankfort.Ky. Below will bb found a THE OFFICIAL VOTE At the Presidontiul Eleotion. The full official returns of the recent Presidential election have been made to the Secretary of Stato, who has tabulated the result as follows: Cleveland .' e m nead-cU- nvUlahb) matter. at Kruukfott, Kaluck letters 8d, 1892 list of advertised for the week ending December : Capital City Business SST-.B31.IS2a:Ea- College. D S9. A. LEWI8..Elter mi Publisher. Asher, J. Alva, FRANKFORT, DEC. 3, 1892. THE DEMOCRATIC The Various Candidates and the Curtis, Charles I. Robinson, B. M. Dilger, John 0. Read, Mrs. H. P. Votes to Each. n The Democratic primary for last Saturday polled a very light vote. The names of all the candidates voted for and the vote that each received is shown below, the three nominees of the party who received the highest vote in each ward heading the list in their respective wards, coun-cilme- VamABYA(t T 1 -- Bcdd. Miss Little Phillips, Mrs Bigeddy, Lanter Kate Bell, Henry Quire, John TA I Sam'l D. Penn, S. Q. fll Pepper, J. E. Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, Thos. B. Ford, President- 1S91. T 1 Cummins, Geo. s B Elizabeth Harrison Weaver Bidwell 175,424 135,420 23,503 6,385 340,732 Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary. Business writing, Book-keepin- g, E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott ' Davis, 3. 0. Dudley, Miss NellieDavidson, W. H. Fuller, U. L. Ramey, Ruckor, Rudler, Russell, Semones, George Folzer, A. M. Smith, Mrs. 0. J. Falktner, H. Fisher, Mrs. Wm. Sllemen, Finey Seals, Geo. Goebel, Kilian Gridley, Miss Lou- San ford. clln Jennie Gersthe, Julis Saunders, - let Miss Nora Mrs. Mary Will K. Miss Vio- Total Arithmetic, Shorthand, Typewriting, Grammar, Business Correspondence Comme.-oia- l Law, Spelling, etc . Cleveland's plurality, 40,004. The vote at the Presidential election in 1888 stood as follows: Cleveland 183,800 Night school from September to June. TiA Kanti....! finished. Diplomas awarded r&taiEn. rin .J'av"J?la',. The advanced, student WehHvethebthoineMbMlofbus " WELL BRED, SOON W ED." GIRLS WHO USE Mrs. Miss Harrison Union Labor. viz: FIRST WAKD. Hampton, Miss Kattie Sames, Mrs. M. Anna Tyler, Miss Al- Hold. James A. Hendorson, G. W. S. Prohibition Total 155,134 622 5,244 344,800 T. M. Turner James Heeney J. N. Miles J. W. Qault U. V. Williams Thos..G. Poore Joseph Rodman, jr Arch W. Overton Chas. E. Haff Thos. Rodman, J. W. Johnson H; R. Williams 129 106 88 66 17 9 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 Jordon, Eliza jr Miller. Spencer Wilson. Lue Venia MorriB, W. F. VALUABLE LAND IN DISPUTE. When calling for these letters day ad- vertised. Roobo Mrs. Whalin, Dick (2) Martin, Mrs. Wafield, Miss Annie Martha Howel Turner, Jas. Thomas,' Mrs. Louis v Hall, Merrion Trimble, Hoyns, R. E. Hnpson, A. leano Thomas, Wm. B. SAPOLIO Are Quiokly Married, July2-ly- j A ' , Miss Cleveland's plurality, 28,666. The decrease of 4,068 votes between the Presidential election of 688 and the election last month was, doubt less, duo to the inauguration of the new and complicated Australian voting system. . IToact Try It la. TToti HousQ-Cloaain- e: his handsome and accomplished bride, Miss Lillie W. Conway, and, preceded by his beat man and the maid of honor, passed into the Church and was married in the presence of a large company of their friends. The ceremony was performed by the Rov. W. O.Taylor, of Frankfort, after which there waB a short reception and the happy pair started on a brief bridal tour. They will be at home in Benson after the 13th of December. """' Or you ore all worn out, really goodfor notnInir. It Is general debility. Try DltOirjPH IJIOK JUTTlSJtH. It will euro you. cleansp your llrcr, and glvo a good appetite. Saffki.Ii, Clear Title to Aeres of Ground, .. Postmaster. Robert Frazier in Baltimore. SECOND WARD. For pain in the stomach, colio and New York, Nov. 25. Special.! there is nothing 117 cholera morbus J. A. Brislan Crawford Ohenoweth, of Chamberlain's Colic, Alexander of Public Works, on 106 bettor than Ohas. E. Ellwanger behalf Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For the Board ' 103 . ol the heirs of William Cromwell, one John E. Miles sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist. of the first settlers of the city of Bal: 82 L. Mangan timore, Md., is bringing a suit against 72 W. 0. Lutkemeier Top Drawer. persons in that city for a snm that 46 John E. Kirtley will ba counted in the millions. Mr. 2 LOCAL. Ohenoyeth is a of W. S. Dehoney Fernando engV '2 E. E. Hume Monday Night destroyed the neer in charge Wood, and is the aqueFire of the Oroton 1 office at the "Old Taylor" Distillery G. T. Blackley duct. He has always had a fondness 1 on Glen's Creek. The building was for investigating matters of historic J. L. Tobin 1 stone and the loss small. interest, and this disposition accidentJames Sullivan ally led him across the fact that he 1 S. E. James Resigned Positions Mr. John Coy was one of the heirs to millions of THIRD WARD. and three sons, Ed., Harry and Ray" dollars worth of real estate in Balti120 and Mr. Philip Schietinger gave up more. Peter A. Fuhs William Cromwell was given many 112 their places at the Old Hermitage JohnL. Tobin hundreds of acres of land in and 105 Cooper shop and accepted positions about the city of Baltimore by Lord D.L. Haly 41 at McBrayer's, nearTyrone. Baltimore, after whom the city is Sam. B. Holmes ..... named, 'early in the beventeenth cen28 Jason M. Case Tommie Ward, the feather weight tury. 9 who lived in this city nearly a year, , Thos. Heffner The lease expired years ago, and 2 but now makes his home in CincinW.F. Nickel the heirs of the parties who leased it 1 James Heffner nati, was engaged in a fight to the refused to surrender it to the heirs of 1 finish in Chicago Tuesday night for Chenoweth. W.F. Flynn Messrs. A. W. and W. H. Cromwell S250 a side with Edward Cogan, of and Mrs. Peter Jett, of this county, Sudduth- - Conway. that city, when the police raided the among the numerous heirs to this the barn in which they were fighting are On Wednesday of this week the and pulled Cogan. Ward managed valuable property, being descendants of the William Cromwell spoken of quiet little village of Benson was to elude the police. in the above. thrown into a flutter of unusual Sanders Examination The interest. The sun was shining bright, trial of Sam Sanders, Jr.' AHerald of the Infant Year. the sky Was clear and even the old Bee Clip for shooting and wounding the latt thirty rears or more from the to smile through their hills seemed Tuesday afternoon century, and tho segment will represent the as happy guests of all Frazier, took place ruggedness popularity of Hostet-ter'- s of the ages were seen on every road and before County Judge Williams. In term Stomachunbounded The opening of the Bitters. the absence of County Attorney pathway proceeding to the historic be slguallzed by the appearance Judge Pat U. Major, who is year 1693 willAlmimuc of the Bitters. In which Baptist meeting house, which stands Johnson, of a fresh County Attorney, moved to this in the edge of the village. Every, acting the offense charged against the uses, derivation and action of set reduce forth. medicine will be lucidly body was happy. It was evident to Everybody should read Sanders from a felony to a misde- astronomical calculailonsIt. to The.calender and be found in this the passing stranger that something meanor. It was agreed to and upon brochure are always astonishingly uccurate, unusual was at hand. Ample justifiand hearing of the case, the court fined other the statistics illustrations, humor and reuulng matter rich in InterubC and full cation for this demonstration was a of costs. of profit. The Uostetter Company, TheyPittsSanders five dollars and emburgh, Pa., publish it themselves. seen when at two o'clock, Mr. Robert of the wound ploy the mechanical Sudduth alighted from his carriage Frazier has recovered Sanders' pistol. work,more than sixty bands in months In the eleven and more than yeai are consumed In its preparation. It can at the Church door accompanied by made by the ball from M. son-in-la- w ex-May- or ex-amini-- J. Cromwell Heirs Seem to Have l Have You Investigated the Rate Policy of the Proy-ideSavings Life Assurance Society p New-Leve- i wi ..j . nt If not, you owe it toyrurself, j'our family and your estate, to examine it before you insure. It is the fairest, safest and cheapest policy offered. Write the date of your birth on afcostaI card and mail to me and get a statement of what it will host. W. A. McNEELY, Gen'i Agent, ' MALCOLM FRANKLIN, Lexington, Ky. Special Agent. J. R. Williams, Local Agt , Frankfort, Ky. Nov. . ii .r S J. L. RODMAN -- ft SON z i .J, t "A 4iS 41 BIGBARGAINS Best Dark Calicos, 5 cents. Best Indigo Blue Calicos, 6 cents. Good Brown Cotton, 5 cents. Hope Bleached Cotton, 6 2 cents. 1-- r A l A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks cheap. Carpets and mn world-famo- J. L. RODMAN Nov. 5 3in: Book-keepi- & SON, 3 t s ? ng Si CsbwiiI Course Estray Notice. UP AS A STRAY BY i U. JULIAN. A living about eight mile from Frankfort, one block sow, with crop off of left ear, which has been valued by the undersigned at eight dollHrs. J W.BOHANNAN, Oct. 7, 189'Mm J. P. F. C. Taught Privately to Adults Only. EXAMINED, CONSULTATION E. n.ODION. at Capital City Business College. Oct. 15-3- TAKEN -- J 2,228,072. These figures rspresent the number of bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption!, Coughs and Colds, which were sold In the United States from March, '91 to March '92. Two Million, Two Hundred and Twenty-EigThousand, Six Hunbottles sold dred and Seventy-Tw- o in one year, and each and every bottle was sold on a positive guarantee that money would be refunded if satisfactory results did not follow its ht be obtained wltuout cost of all druggets and country dealers, and Is printed In English, Herman, Fiench, Welsh, Norwegian, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian and Spanish. BOOKS How to Curo a Cold. Slmp.ly TABLER'SPHC BUOKEYEJULC i to xnt ha an a oiies, take Otto'a Cure. We know FOR of its astonishing cures and that it will stop a cough quicker than any known remedy. THE LATK CAPT. If you have Asthma, Bronchitis, TIIK FAIIM OF the Kentucky river, tf SAM 1 on Consumption or any disease of the belowSteele, lyliut This property has a miles good Frankfort, throat and lungs, a ew doses of this dwelling of seven rooms jail kinds of outbuild- CURES HOTHIMB BUT PILES. is ings; 2 tenement houses; 3 great guaranteed remedy will sur- watered and has one of thetobacco barns; on well the best landings you. A large portion of the land has been In use. me seorec oi iw buccusb ib prise SURE and CERTAIN CURE store, 'river. for many years, a considerable part of It A known for IB yaars as grass If you wish to tryltcallat our plain. It never disappoints and can tho BEST for tobacco. It alway be depended on as the vory on Main street, and we will bo pleased being new. andu In line condition into two 'tracts. e or divided REMEDY FOR PILES. as you a bottle free of cost, will bo sold givenwho the 1st of next March. For rrtptrtdbyBlCHAnDSOa.MYUmUED. CO., BT.LOCTS. on, Possession best remedy for Coughs, Colds, etc. to furnish prove our assertion. L.B.MABSUALL, terms apply to that Price 50o. and $1.00. At Phil. Car- and 45 will . Frnnkfort, Ky. Sept.:i7-amOnAPMAN & WILLIAM8. 6 penter's Drug store. SALE. OINTMENT V) iiiiiiiiiftfr.ivri SfffSKtt P??v-'r,,'''- J 5 In? ' Hf Xfl G-XJls- T Au x X IN J5 1 v X XX Agents For COLTS, vl ?v In the World For the Money ! PARKER and L C. SMITH .NTS W JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Have Removed From the Batzell Building Loaded Shells. Shultz E. C. and Black Powder. HORSE BLANKETS and BUGGY ROBES rectory, which will bo delivered to Toaohers of Franklin County. morning. the members Tho following time table is now in 1 Miss Jennie Goddard, Forks of effect upon tho L. k. N. road:1 Mr. Darsie especially desires every Elkhorn. Olla B. Suttles, Benson. 2 MiBS TB&XNS NOBTH. member of the Christian Church to 3 MiBS Mary Morris, Switzer. i 5:50 u. m be present Ho.281eavoaFrnnkfort at 11 to hear 4 Miss Emma Gardwell, Frankfort. a. m 9:35 No. 17 leaves Frankfort 5 Miss Grace Murray, Jetts. 3:00 p. m his fifteenth anniversary sermon. Mo. 21 leaves Frankfort G A. J. Hulett. Tioga. 7:85 p.m. 19 leaves Frankfort No 7 Miss Fannie Dailey, Swallowfield. 8 Geo. D. Hancock, Graefensburg. Rev. TV. O. Taylor has been assist TBAIMB BAST. 9 Parrent, Forks ON MAIN STEET, TO No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... 10:20 a. m. ing Rev. Dr, Jeffries in a protracte'd 10 O. H.O. Guthrie, Flag of Elkhorn. Fork. W. 4:40 p. m. mooting at the East Baptist Churoh, 20 leaves Frankfort No. 11 Miss Agnes Stivers, Frankfort. Ho. 24 arrives Frankfort .... 6.40 p. m. in Louisville, and.has been preaching 12 J. P. Hulett, Flag Fork. No. 22 leaves Frankfort..... 8:55 p. m. to large 13 J. 0. Porter, Peak's Mill. congregations. The meeting 17 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange Nos. 23, 14 Miss Annie Magill, Frankfort. 21 oonneot closed last night, and Mr. Taylor will for Cincinnati. Nos. 23 and. 15 Miss Mattio Sacra, Stamping Basement nf the Capital Hotel. at Anohorago for Dloomflold Brnnoh. return home .this. afternoon. Ground. W. W. Alexandre, 16 R. H. Graham, Frankfort. Agent. "They will fill this, space with an entire new advertisement in a Georgo Wilson's Minstrels Return. 17 T. A. Brammell. Swallowfield. t 18 0. J. Newton. Stamping Ground. short time. 19 Miss Annie Reed, Harvieland. Georgo Wilson, the New Orleans F&ANKFORT ROUNDABOUT favorite, and his minstrel company 20 Mrs. Allie V. Jones, Frankfort. 21 Miss Etta Moberly, Frankfort. opened last night at the Garden District Theater and were greeted by a 22 Garrett Reed, Harvieland. Go. 23 G. F. Scarce, Bridgeport. orowded house. FRANKFORT, DEC. 3, 1892. 24 MIbs Aggie Webster, Peak's Mill. The audience was kept in a con25 Miss Annie Yarbrough, Franktinual state of laughter during the entire evening by Wiisonj Goodyear, fort. Beligious. Welby and Pearl and the other mem26 MIbs Lucy Pattie, Farmdale. bers of the company in their new 27 J. B. Dooly, Benson. (We would be greatly obliged to the songs, jokes, etc. John Whalen is 28 MIbs Rachel Cromie, Frankfort. ministers and officers oichurchesin the wonderful in his kaleidoscopic maniopened Sale on 29 W. M. Wiley, Harp. us with any city if they would furnish 30 Miss Lizzie Hahn, Frankfort. pulation of the drum major's baton. announcement which they may wish Welby, Pearl and Keys in their 31 R. 0. Jouett, Elmville. made.T. 32 M. B. Dorten, Flag Fork. specialty, "Something New," intro33 J. G. Haydon, Swallowfield. duced a number of wonderful acroBaptist Ohuhch Rev. W. 0. Tay- batic feats, consisting of running and 34 Wi H. Parrent, Bridgeport. 35 Miss Nannie Baker, Frankfort. lor,, the pastor, has returned from standing high jumping and the cele36 Same as No. 17. occupy his pulpit bration Caledonian hitch and kick. Louisville and will 37 G. T. Graham, Frankfort. The performance concluded with 11 o'olock and morning at original skit of 38 R, W. Porter, Peak's Mill. Ohas. Goodyear's 39 Miss Mattie Clark, Bagdad. at 7 o'clock p. m. of Lime," which emCOLL SEE GET PBICE5. 40 Miss Lula Pace, Switzer. braces the entire large company and 41 Miss Lena Webster, Peak's Mill. was a first, class representation of a First Presbyterian Churoh lunatic nsylum. 42 Miss Estella Mansford, The company as a whole is a clever Rev. J. McOlusky Blayney, D. D., the 43 Vard Moore, Harp. one and deserves good patronage. pastor, will occupy his pulpit G, 44 Miss Maggie Downey, Frankfort. p. New Orleana Delta, October 31. morning at 11 and at 7 o'clock 45 Miss MollTe Arnold, Switzer. thiB evening. At the Opera House TIME TABLE. -- 101 AND 102 ANN STREET, :' nit Furoiture Haclfliii Have ft IV!- Eooms Ann Street,' near Christian Church. V "Bl-Ohlori- Pols-grov- e. P Hi H. MATTEEU, -- m., as usual. Penick, the rector, will occupy morning his' pulpit evening at at 11 o'clock and in the 7:00. Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Henderson, the pastor, will occupy morning at 11 his pulpit o'clock and 7 p. m. as usual Methodist Church Rev. H. Q. ' a. m. at League meets in The Epworth the evening at 6:30 in cho(class room. Sunday-school 0:30 Oatuuliu Church The usual Rorvices at the Church of the Good Shepherd ducted by Rev. Father ' the pastor. High mass at 8 a. at 10 a. m., andvespers will bo conW. E. Gorey, H m., low mass at 3:00 p. m. The laws of health are taught in the schools; but not in a way to be of much practical oenent ana are never illustrated oy living examples, wnicn in many cases might easily be. done. If some scholar who has just contracted a cold was brought before the school so that all could hear the dry, loud cough and know its significance; see tne tntn wnite coating on tne tongue, and later, as the cola developed, see the profuse watery expectoration and thin watery discharge from the nose, not one of them would ever forget what the first Bymptomsof cold were. The scholar should then be given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely, that all might see that even a severe cold could be cured in one or two days, or at 'least greatly mitigated, when properly treated as soon as the first symptoms appear. This remedy is famous for its cures of coughs, colds and croup. It is made especially for these diseases and is the most nromDt and most reliable medicine known for the purpose. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, burg. 46 Same as No. 13. 47 Miss Lizzie Magruder, Graefens- Thos. Hunter. A Child Enjoys ALL THE- Supt. DISLASES Consumption Fliiriiier, 334 MAIN STRKHT. The pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing effect of Syrup .of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and if the father or mother be costive or bilious, the most gratifying results follow its use; so that it is the best family remedy known and every family should nave a bottle. tile-line- d Cured. "I believe it to be one ot the best medicines sold. The physicians, two years ago. suldmy wife had consumption, both lungs affectrd. I have had to send her outh for several springs to keep her alive, but since she has been talcing Radam's Microbe Killer she has been right at home attending to her business, and Is In better health than she has been In 20 years. "R. T. POOLE. Cedartown.Ga." -- FRANKFORT, KY. Rob't. B. Franklin y. n-iFor Sale An open front coal Several Diseases Cured. stove, and good as new, is "I offered for sale at a bargain. Also a your cheerf ullyv testify to the curative powers of affix rs qcuirrr. Having been a sufferer from medicine. a "New Process" gasoline stove, only .weak lungs, bronchial affection and Indigestion, used one season. Apply at this office. after taking Microbe Killer all of the above Frankfort, Ky. BlSTEKJCAUir. LOUISVILLE KET. TOBACCO MAR- symtoms have entirely disappeared. "Yours, etc. "Janitor THOS. L. DAV18. Howard Memorial Llbrurr. "New Orleans, La." WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his Southern Presbyterian Church morning druggist. pulpit at 11 Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bittors. If 'LaGrlppe" has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bittors. This remedy acta direotly on Liver, 8tomaoh and Kidneys, gently aiding those organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with Siok Headache, you will find speedy and ornament relief by taking Electric K itters. One trial will convince you tfiat thiB is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50o. at Phil. fl Carpenter's Drug Store. t o'clock-an- d at 7 p. m. w afternoon At 3 o'clock '"Mr. Neville will preach a sermon to the children. All the children of the oity are invited to attond. OHKiTiArf Church Rev. George Darsie, the pastor, will" oooupy his at 11 and at 7 as pulpit w ''I have been a sufferer from asthma and catarrh, for more thun two years past, getting Sales on our market for tho week most of my sleep sitting up in bed or reclining In I justclosed amountto 1,589 hhds., with a chair. andhave used one lug of Ridamls Microbe Killer, for the lust three weeks have receipts for the same period of 931 sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly been as a and hhds. Sales on our market since Jan- child. I attribute mytorelief to the remedy,from heartily recommend It any uary 1st amount to 148,169 hhds. Sales asthmatic or catarrhal trouble.one suffering of theorop of 1891 on ourmarketto "Respectfully. "EDWIN R. MOOT1E, date 125,326 hhds. "Cashier In Bank of Adalrvllle, Ga." Tho receipts and sales for the past week have been somewhat smaller, FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Asthma and Catarrh Cured. VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS usual. Morning . and tho market remains about the Bame. prices being very firm on all of burley tobacco. The offer-ng-s of the week embraced 358 hhds. of new burloy, crop of 1892, whioh sold at prices very satisfactory to sellers. Tho following Fever and Flux Cured. "I cheerfully testify that after taking Microbe Killer for fllteen days I am entirely cured, after being sick two years with malarial fevej, and during which time I contracted other diseases, Mux, etc. I was atended during this time by three ot thebest doctors ot the city without being bene"WM.DOUKRTY, fitted, "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." OLD EVERYWHERE. mniil fcy B1CH1KB805.TATX0BHP. CO,, BT.IfltttV subjeot: ' Year of Service." Worth Knowing. Memorials of Divine Meroy." Sooioty of Many thousand people have found The Young Peoplo's ReChristian Endeavor will hold its a friend in Aunt Fanny's Health storer. weekly prayer meeting in the If you have never used this great speolflo for the prevailing malady of Lecture Room at 6:20. tne age, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Rhenmatism, Costivenoss, Nervous, Mr. Darsie's mooting at Carlisle, Exhaustion, Nervous Prostration, Ky., closed last Sunday night with 22 Sleeplessness and all diseases, arising from derangement of the stomaoh, additions, mostly by confession. liver and kidneys, we would be pleased .to give you a package of thiB The Christian Churoh is issuing a great norvo tonio free of oharge. Chapman & Williams. 45 new printed membership list and di- - uMy Fifteenth Night subject: quotations fairly represent our market for 'burley Mr. Radam's microbe Killef Cures all Diseases b Removing the Cause r tobacco, orop of 1891: Trash (dark) or damaged circular and the Send 2 cents itamp for ?6 50 tobacco Common Oolory trash... 8 00 Medium to good colory $7 50 9 00 Nurseries FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUECRASS ? Common lugs not colory O'OO Common jOolory lugs Medium to good colory 13 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 50 14 00 Medium to good leaf. 17 00 Good to fine leaf. trash 9 00 8 60 Microbe War. shows what disease Is und;whattbe remedy mus'. be, and do, to cure It. Read It, circulate It and you wnl the discoverer for saving your life. Address 13 00 RADAii'8 MICROBE KILL".R. Nashville. Tenn. 9 60 J. V. GAYLE or LkCOMPTE & GAYLE CO. county . 13 00 sole agents for Franklin lMy. TREES H. Oct.tt-S- Jan, Select or wrappory tobacco 25 00 UNIVERSITYofVIRGIMA 15 00 14 00 CHARLOTTSV1LLB, VA. 17 00 Next session begins 10th Sept. Courses In Art, 25 00 Engineering, Law, Medicines. For announcement apply to 32 CO WM. M. THORNTON, LL., D.( Chairman. OF ALL KINDS. Smalt, FnciTS, AsrAitAous, Graph vines, una evurytiuuir usually round in such art establishment. A full stock. Prices Low. Wo pay no agent. Descriptive catalogues on application. F. HJLLEN5V2EYER, LEXINGTON, KY. . areata, i. EZH . t&Ai&.ctm aroiKEiLxr N Srv t UBXJOKSLXjiES, iSLSrfc, & Wk- 'H ' t V, I ft 'M Franlszfort, KTy. J M' f 1 . L. jr. jj .7 q '" A Sh ining Example . OUR GOODS AND PRICES OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. MAr J ' urop arouna ana see. wnai we can ao ior you in holidays goods. DWARD CLAASSEN I -- HPIB.A-O'X'XO.-IL. &j&f, If 11 umber, GasSteam Fitter -- p.- -. "' M li if REPUBLICANS '" Council-men. j Fruits, Huts, Plum Paddings. las EVERYTHING GOOD TO E&T. AND DEALER IN- - Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Closets, GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 1PE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TG JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK J. HEENEY, Opposite State House. TheSouth Side Grocer. Nominate a Ticket for As the Democrats have nominated a ticket for councilmen, the Republican City Committee met this week and agreed upon a Republican ticket, composed of prominent business men-anproperty holders, whose interests are closely interwoven with the city'e welfare. These two tickets, with Mr. Sam Shea, who is making an independent race in the Third Ward, make up the list of candidates from which the voters will elect their representatives in the city council at Che The folelection to be held is the announcement of the lowing to-da- y. j Republican City Committee, viz: To the voter 8 of Frankfort : By authority of the Republican City Committee, the following named persons are presented ae candidates for councilmen at the ensuing city elec- tion: First Ward Jacob Swigert, 0. C. Furr, Geo. W. Reock. Second Ward M. P. Gray, Lewis Finnell. Joseph Weitzel. K. McClure, B. C. Third Ward-- R. Milam, H. H. Watson. Election to be held December 3d, 1892. than it has for the past two years in Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, the Court of Common Pleas by our own distinguished citizen and jurist." Is the finest remedy in the world. Late Musical Director It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Pw Wauled VojagerOpera Co., as Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures "If the Court of Appeals decides Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Directdr, Teacher that the World's Fair appropriation in the most soothing manner. Cures T WILL PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR ALL Can be secured by one or two bands within reaklnns of fur skins Also for beer hides, sheep is not constitutional on the ground of Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. sonable distance ot Frankfort. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be skins and tallow, nt Old Tunyurd, ne;ir Ky. Midits final passage, the Governor, after taken internally. A positive specific landDec.3-5t- . depot, on Clinton St. . freight Correspondence Solicited. JAMES SULLIVAN. having signed the bill, will be sus- for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Nov.l9-tf- . Address, FRANKFORT, KY. Chilblains, Sores of long standing, tained in that point raised by him Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: Sale. against the vetoed Revenue bill," different from all else; superior to all on the Square else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes, said a visiting lawyer Thursday. "But if the court holds fyarge size cheapest. Sold at CarpenAT8 that it is unconstitutional on the ter's drug store. . WM. MORRIS FARM 5 MILES FROM ground that the Legislature had nb SAXtE. Frankfort, lying between the Owenton and Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Peak's Mill turn,ilKe roads, containing authority to make such an appropriation, then the blow of the decision SALT?. AT AT Bargains. on the city I WILL OFFERdoor In PUBLI of Frankfort,THE. is against the Governor, who not only Mastin Bros, have some splendid approved it, but raised no such ques- second-han- d Is offered for sale ns a whole or Intwo or more ZivdConciay. 3Dec. Surreys, Fheatons and tracts. The Improvements conMst of one resilB92t, tion of its validity. If the bill should Buggies that they offer cheap. dence, three tenement, three tobacco barns. alley, opposite) Long Lane This Is one of the best located larms In Franklin tho house and lot on be found to be all right then the GovHaydon county and would make n very desirable country the Gus Works, known as the two roomsDemar property. Tho home contains and a ernor again is responsible for the loss home. For terms, Ac., apply to L. B. Marshall & kitchen, lot 50 by 42ife feet. PDAIM Co., ugnU, 236 Main St., Frankfort, Ky. tHL. TERMS OF SALE One half cash, balance hr of $70,000 in uselessly recalling the Wm. DEMaR. twelvemonths. Legislature." It is thought that the Midway, Ky. N ov. . decision will be handed down .rfvAilflv UlRYvln HHC&'M if the court, which it is said, was not at all of one opinion the other day, agreed upon the main points yesterAN ORDER OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY' day, so as to give Judge Pryor time UND FRONTING ON THE FRVNKFORT Court, the;Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust Dr. E. C. West's Nkrveand Bhain Treat- OF and Versailles turnpike road, within three Company has been nppolnted administrator of to write the court's verdict. ment, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzi- miles ot the e ty of Frankfort, Kentucky, and the estate Sumuel Calinese, deceased. All f. If you want a bargain in men'e, boys', childrens' suits and overcoats call at Ed. Harris' old stand. The Services -- OF Wm.A.Diehie, and Ih P Farm For House and Lot -- aj PUBLIC 380 .A-OIRIE- SI Court-hous-e Sti, 42-t- f. 13-t- f. 1 to-da- Farm For Sale. 120 A.CEBS 19-t- d Notice. e Chairman City Republican Committee. Both parties will make every exertion to elect their ticket, and a lively time may bo expected, but whichever succeeds it is bound to be an improvement on the present board and bring a number of the best men to the city council, whose faithful and able services will prove of incalculable advantage to the city n a proper and wise administration of public affairs. St., Baltimore Md.. a Commission Merchant, recomends Salvation Oil for rheumatism and chilblains. He writes: "My wife and son have used Salvation Oil for rheumatism and chilblains with marked oflicacy." Mr. Wm. H. Moore, 307 S. Charles Samuel R. Smith, A prominent business man said Wednesday: "Whoever the people elect for councilmen should come to the city hall pledged to perform his public duty as, earnestly and efficiently as he would perform his own business. If hd see's that cer tain rookeries around the depot, ought fo be abated as a nuisance or certain sidewalks repaired or street lines straightened by ordering the removal of fences from tho public highway, he should have the courage to voto for an ordinance accomplishing those ends, or else resign and allow some one else to take his place who can act as firmly in the city's interests as ho would in his own." box contains or one month's treatment. $1.00 a box. or six boxes 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. for $5 e, Neuralgia, Kits, Nervous Heartache. Nervous Prostration caused by the 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 either sex, Involumary Losses and Spermaof the brain, torrhoea caused by ness, Convulsions, self-abu- se WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE CO., and J. W. OAYLE, Franklort, Ky. To cure any case. With each orderrecelved by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will mile of Hoge's Station, one and miles of Jett depot, poctolllce, Ac, on the railroad connecting Frunkfort with Lexington, and within one and a qumter miles of S immit station on the Kentucky Midland Railroad. The improvements coiulst of u dwelling of six rooms, kitchen, porches, cellar, cabin of live rooms, stable, barn, room for housing six acres of tobacco, two wells.'ds.em, springs und pond; young orchards in be. ring of apples, peaches, pears, plums, cherries, grapes and all kinds of small fruit. Terms -- Eighty dollars per acre nsh, or u cash payment ot not less than two thousand dollars, or more to suit the purchaser. Balance of purchase money In ten equal annual Installments, with six per cent. Interest, payable annually or In fewer installments to suit the purchaser. P session given Match 1st, lttra. rent. Apply to If nut sold, this larm will lie for11, W, MILLAN, Paris, Ky. Dec. 5. one-hd- f one-quart- er FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT S TRUST CO. by Faykttk Hewitt, President.. Nov. J. A. Scott, Attorney. 12-2- of persons knowing themselves Indebted to said, estate are called upon to settle same, and all persons having claims aRalnst the same are required to present them prowrly proven. 13 Cash Paid. WILL PAY THE HIGHEST for "Jfur skins, such us coon, red nnd' grey tox, mink, otter, cat, oposum, muskrat, &c.p new and old feathers, ginseng and yellow root, SOL HARRIS J: t ,-- Ac Nov. SOU HARRIS. 12-3- Frunkfort. Ky. $500 Reward! We will pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, or Oostlveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the -- R!fam(sonnei c Jill w?El(x rAND The Old Original Remedy. Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about "Mi-- . cruuj, guriun, uuuuuii, otu., iu sell their preparations, thus preventing peoplo from buying tho original tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe Killer" is what you need. It iB now, and for years has been, making more cures than alKother remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this pap'or. Don't bo deceived. Street Talk. A member of the bar said yesterday: "We wanted to give Judge Ira Julian, upon his retiring from the bench, a suitable token of the bar's appreciation of his able services, and some how qr other it reached his ears and ho modestly but firmly declined to allow it, on the ground that lie did not think it proper for a judge to accept any character of a gifc for work which he had agreed to perform for a epecino salary. Of coursof there was nothing for us to do but to abandon our plans, which I very much regret, for I think I voice tho opinion of the bar whori I say that the bench of' this district has noc for years been more faithfully and more creditable filled directions are strictly complied with. They ore tlurely Vegetable, and never fall to give satlsfuc-PoSugar Coated. Large boxes, containing 80 pills, 25 cents. Bewar of counterfeits and Imitations. The genuine manufactured only by T11K JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. Foraale by all druggist. 16-l- n. LARGE RESIDENCE PROPERTY OF P. B. Hutit, lately occupied by (Jon. P. W. Hardin, sltuuted ut tho south end of Shelby street. South Krankfo t. There are 2G,ucres In the place, all In grast except the garden. Splendid location for n dairy. FRANK CHINN. THE J FnANKFORT, Sept. 24, 1802.-t- f. UML CROMWELI MANHOOD RESTORED. "BAHATIVO," toture all ATTORN tho will also EY-AT-LA- W Wonderful Spanish iletnedy, in sold with a Written Guarantee Nei vous Diseases, such ss Weak Memory, Loss of Brain RBAL ESTATE AGENT. For Rent. W. II. Hall, on Cross house contains five Tho place formerly owned by Dr. 5r&Xftfi Street. Tho STREET. rooms and to euro or i Circular free written Ttentby Largo yard and garden, monor. suoranteo to any address, refund tho "TiTaM "JI liNM IJ 3fJ kj EmM3I i iTllg kitchen. mall with good stable and water on prem- In plain envelope. Mention this paper. Addiess, CO., Branch Offlce for U. S. A. MADRID CHEMICAL ises. For terms apply to Dr. E. E. rMWBHB9VHJ9iV?&73rTi?PzflRBRv 358 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. Hume. ," 1 fc 5-t- Wakef ulueco, Lostllan. hood, Nervousness, Los-- i eltudc, all drains and Boforo fc After Use. loss of power or tlis Generative Organs in Photographed from life. WrtU v IBMiaHBMiHHaMnaMHHI flitter youthful Indiscretions, or tho cxcesilys 3S0( tobacco, opium, or stlmujuuts, which ultimately lendI to Infirmity, CoiiHumptlon mid Imunlly. Put up in onveiilent form to carry in the vest pocket. Price ft a I'ackuge, or 6 for $5, Willi pverV Older ! IMVO a Power, Headache, ercipjani; IN THE COURTS OV tht adjoining counties, and special attention to the purobast sirs and tale of real estate, collection of r?nts, eUUmi, and the aegottntlon of loans. Franklin nnd PRACTICK tnri- -i & D, f. It will pay you to look at our clothing before you purchase; you can save fully 25 per cent, at Ed. Harris' old stand. f. i FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, ? KY., BY Pfl. "August CARPENTER, DMflfliSt. 18-l- South Sides. PPWTOWHliPPW , YEAR.. SCIENTIFIC AND CLASSICAL 4 bchool, under strict military discipline, with liibtructlon In science and art ot war. Degrees con tired; Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Civil Engineer. Prepares young men for the work of life, or gives udmlriblo preparation for the higher Universities, West Point and Annapolis. , ?Next term begins January 2d and closes June 14th, lbW3. Address COL. D. F. BOYD, Supt., t. inTH ife Frankfort, Ky. r Farmdale, Ky I ti'Jiixiui.Jik. -- ' ''; HBiYrlrirrfl vzm "S.. vfrvf m&iim ywtpvwrftr Ti'wirwi 71 Don't Ruin Your I Eyes YOUR LIFETIME SILVER! ! By Following incompetent, Heirstyled scientific opticians and peddlers fit them. The optician should graduate and have his diploma of qualification. GOODS W AT JHES-So- lid . FOR THE ld HOLIDAYS WE GUARANTEE SPOONS ? AND V Gold, Filled and Silver. FORKS WITH MOUNTED DIAMONDS. JEWELRY-Go' Sterling Silver ' and Rolled Plate. TO BACKS WEAR 2 5 ra coco if 2 2 f& SILVERWARE-Sterli- ng ! W'K Eynsexnmtned with the Oculists' Ten Cuse and the modem Improved sclentlllc Instruments. .Frames and Plated. Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Gold Headed Walking Ganes. Out Glass and Leather Goods, Opera Glasses, &c. YEARS. Tho pieces of Sterling Silver Inlaid at tho points ot rest prevent any vf ear whatever. FIVE TIMES as much Silver as In Standard 1'lato. FAR BETTER than Light Solid Silver and not one-ha- ll Accuratel? Fitted to the Face, -- Should your hfud ache, eyes burn or water, .sight blur mid your glasses don't suit, come and consult me. Satisfaction guaranteed. Gola glasses a specialty. tho cost. Each article Is stamped E. STERLING-INLAID E. O. ZEHAGEN, Graduate Optician, at M. A.3elbert's.St. Clair street. Krankrort,- Ky., Wednesday iud Thursday, December 1th and titli. - . A. SELBERT, The Jeweler, Frankfort, Ky. Swallowfleld. Made Accept no substitute. Only Br Ths Holmes & Edwards Silver Co. M Song Mias Laura Pepper. Sweet Sixteen Cadets Misses Coleman, Graham. Rogers. Talbott, Scott, Kirtley, Hutchison, Holt, Douglass, Harris, Clarke, Wolf, Richardson, Woods. Scottow, Miller. Reading Miss Oinnie Theobald. Violin Solo Miss Daisy Cox. To conclude with a farce in one act. freezing a Mother-in-law.- " Mr. Watmuff (attached, to the past) John Milam. Ferdinand Swift (his nephew, attached to fortune hunting) Waller Dade. Walter Litherland (attached to Emily WatmulT) Foster Baird. lTra. Wnt.mnfl'fn.t.fcn.Ghedtothe mem ory of her parents) Wayland Graham. Emily (her daughter, attached to Walter Letherland) Dick Van Der-vee-r. Mr. John Suter, who had the misfortune to have his legvbroken, is not improving much. Mr. John Will Derringer is erecting store-rooa nice in the village, to be rented for mercantile purposes. Mr. Reuben Lancaster and Miss Sallie Harrod, both under age, will procure marriage license immediatetwo-stor- y m ANDFOR SALE Special Agent, Frankfort, Ky. l. SELBERT, BY Deaths. Mr. Morris Hock-nsmita son of Mr. David Hockensmith, of this county, died in Louisville Monday afternoon, and his remains were brought here and buried Tuesday. The deceased was the idol of fond parents' hearts and they were looking forward to Christmas with a .groat deal of pleasure, as he expected to return home at that time and remain on the farm with them the balance of their days. Hockensmith h, Handsome Christmas -- Presents Examine the large line of-- Quire A distressing accident occurred Wednesday night of last week six-year -- I have no connection whatever Judge'McDaniel has erected a comColwith modious office to his livery stable on lege. the Capital City Business Thos. B. Ford. Kentucky Avenue. father-in-ladied at ident Harrison's the White House in Washington City Mr. Felix Bosworth is on a visit to Tuesday afternoon. He was born in his sister, Mrs. Mary L. Todd, at Lake .sufferings. .resulting in the death of a old child of Isaiah Quire, who lives in the county at the heard of Little Benson. The child had been playing with some beans and swallowed a number, one of which lodged in its windpipe. All efforts by the family and physician to remoye it proved unavailing and sdffocation set in and continued until Thanksging morning before death relieved the child's Mr. Jones, of Woodford county, and Miss Birdie Webster, of this neighborhood, were united in marriage at the residence of the bride's mother y at 2 o'clock p. m. Our district school, under the management of Prof. Brammell, is progressing nicely. There is almost a panic among the young ladies and gentlemen of this community who are attending a busiPrice of admission 60 cents. being Wayland Graham is general ness writing school, which is LouisProf. conducted by Prof. Miles, of rHrnnfcnr and Mr. John Milam staee ville, Ky. mariager. to-da- ly. Lady's Desks, Parlor Tables, Fine Chairs, Leather Couches, &c, -- &c. To be found at- - Bollepoint. A Card. R. ROGERS & SON. Scott Dr. John W. Scott, Pres- 13-l- t. : ( ! x Ueaur county, Penn., Jan. 22, 1800; a graduate of Yale, held a profeesor's chair, in the Miami University at Oxford, Ohio, and was president of the latter institution in 1850. For a number of years until his became President. Dr. Scott was employed ps a clerk in the Interior Department at Washington City and resigned at the instance of President Harrison to take up his abode in the White House. The interment took place yesterday at Washington, Penn. O'Connell Mr. John O'Connell, n .a citizen of the county, died Sunday morning of vertigo, at He was his home near Farmdale. years of age, was a about sixty-fiv- e member of the old volunteer Are department of this city, and for years kept a grocery on the south side of Broadway at the intersection of Madison street. His wifo and ono son preceded him to the grave a few years since and two sons and a daughter are the surviving members of the family. The deceased was a genial gentleman, whose splendid charaoter won him the esteem of all who knew him and especially endeared him to a large circle of friends who were present to mourn his loss with the relatives, at the funeral, which took place from the Catholic Church Monday afternoon. The remains were laid at rest in the cemetery in this city. son-in-la- w well-know- Park. OUR PLATFORM. - Miss Pearl Bates, a pretty and accomplished young lady, of Jefferson county, is on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. E. M. Hansbrough, on Highview street. jiroadway street. which all enjoyed themselves immensely. Miss Sallie Kirk, tho expert dressmaker, has returned to Bellepoint, and she, with her mother, occupy the new cottage, No. 57, on Benson street. Elm a Branson is the boss shotof his age. He went to Lock No. 3 to take a hunt this week, and the first day bagged 24 quails and 8 rabbits. for The cottage prayer-meetin- g this week was at Bro. Wakefield's and was largely attended. The next will be held with' Miss Jeffries, on AN OPEN LETTER her friends at her homo adjacent Lake Park, on Thursday evening. a . Miss Kate Hansbrough gave social on Tuesday evening, in honor of Miss Bates, of Jefferson county, at Miss Annie Choate gave a social to( When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When she had Children, she gave them CastOrU. TITE pledge ourselves in favor of of customers IKOIEOTICOSrmisstatements. evercharge, adulterations and .b'-bi-LJI- from Born. In Louisville, on Wednesday of last week, to the wife of Mr. R. Lee Suter, a son. Ej for every one with the merchant who does most for his customers. of IDPOXBITXOnSr high monopolistic prices! rings, inflated values and oppressive For Rent. A desirable residence on the corner of Lewis and Clinton streets. For terms apply to ZESIHiXDTTOI'ZOlSr and buyer's bugbear of the people's burden tax profits. Committee of Nannie Goins. ll-3- t. Wm. Cromwell, BUY AS YOU VOTE-INTELLIG- ENTLY! Bucklon's Arnica Salve, The best salve in tho world for Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Jtheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all .Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Phil. Carpenter. y. Athlotic Club Entortainod. Tho Athletic Club entertainment take place at the Opera House next Tuooday night. This institution, while furnishing healthful recreation for its members, has also been in the cause of an eflloient the city's general welfare and tho entertainment for tho olub's benefit should be attended by a full house, both as a recognition of past praiseworthy sorvices and to enjoy the foil lowing literary, musical and dramatic programme, which will be presented by select local talent, viz: ' Vocal Duet Miss Lucy Hughes and Miss Alma Sohofiold. Working Song (by request) eight-too- n girlsand boys. Violin Solo Mr. Louis Harris. Song Mr. Will McOluro. Fanoy Dance Miss Susie MoHonry. "will er Wherever you may be the people nn interest in vou. would like to hear from you. We and desire youio let us Know wnut uuubuu tho crront. nalnmitv. which mado VOU an exile from home, family and friends, we are ioiimi to ubhbvo that you premeditatedly swindled and defrauded the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Very many persons believe you to havo been imposed upon, and that your kindness of you heart and generosity brought urge into trouble. Now wo earnestly you, if this should meet your eye, to go at once to the nearest notary or consul and make a true and unvarnished statemont of facts. If anyone besides yourself is to blame let it be known. Tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and !.. li.L. M..LtlnLn.l f Ua n.ni.l1 on YlA people of Kentucky may road it and understand is. ahu u it uuouiu uy pear that you are more sinned against than sinning, then we believe that the citizens W this proud old ComnF TTonbiinlrv fnnl s To James W. Tate, late Treasurer of Kentucky: Stfftupffid S jtmm. i iin:, i As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our business record"in support of our claim for FAIR, SQUARE DEALING. We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, and the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction of age or class, and behind our promise stands our splendid stock of Boots and Shoes, Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, aud acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver 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 audac' The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfactiqn guaran teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. ceptahlo to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, to all aud havo made it the most popular remedy, known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists. may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. monwealth, where you wore formerly ntifl roanonhfifl. will munli lrt.-nfalmost unanimously petition for your pardon and win welcome you wuh open arms and forgiving hearts. The People op Kentucky. r,n 1 Through Sleeping Car to Ashvillo, N. C. A sleeping car. loaves Cincinnati daily at 8:30 p. m., running via Harri-maarriving at Knoxville 7:55 a. m., Hot Springs 12:39 p. m. and Ashvillo Mi n, '. i . R. K. McCLURE, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. AAii-4 , 2:20 p.m. rPMa la n nnlv thrnntrh HlOOnincr substitute to tho celebrated resorts of car line CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. western North Carolina. SAN FRANCISCO, OAL, D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., NEW YORK, N.Y. LOUISVIUC, KY, Cincinnati, O. jfryuflbu-Afrtfii- fr' . '. u,fu.,AadkAv ORU 0. & S., OS iO X JLlLXLxlk.0 THE election over and C. & S. were elected by a large majority. Now that we are still I leaders we mean to maintain our great lead by selling every body, I witnout regard to party, tne is FRANKFORT, q o g 4th and Jeflfer- T.rmiKV.llft . .....x., Mw w KENTUCKY. SOT1 w -, Kn- rw. tucky. HATS, HATS, HATS, r . THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY. OAPPS, CAPS, CAPS, We were never so well! fixed to suit the careful buyer, in Variety, Quality and Cheapness, as J we are to day. j HATS. CAPS. la. Ladies button kid, the best, for gi. Ladies button kid, the best, for 51.25. Children's school shoes, the best, for $1. Children's boots, the best, for 575c. Boys' boots, the best, for gi.25. Men's boots, the best, for Si. 50. Men's boots (whole stock) the best, for gl.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 Men's full calf, lace and congress, the best, for $2.25. Fancy dress slippers for ladies, in all colors, beaded and plain, 52.50 to $5. $2. CLOTHING ' Children's satinet suit's, four to fourteen years, the best, for $i. Children's ca.Mmere suits, the best you ever saw, 53 to $5. reefer suits, all qualities Children's double-breaste- d and colors, S3. 50 up to Sio. Children's dress suits, the best, $5 toSi3Boys suits, any price you want." S3 to $20, one ( hundred different qualities. Two thousand five hundred men's suits to select from, prices range S5. S8, Sio, S12, S15, S18. S20 up to S30. - FURNISHINGS, Three pair the best socks for 25c. Two pair the best suspenders for 25c. One suit of the best underwear for 90c. 'I wo 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, 10, 15, 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 cdrrect. four-in-han- S Never before have we been able to show such a line of OVERCOATS as are on our tables this season. tlint jr rail fnr in thin' Hfnai"tmt r- - Our stock is very large and can show you anything almost ., if If J" CaECXJ-XrCXXJESX- C SE-.ilt.XUESZ- S FRANKFORT AND LOUISVILLE. .&crcsMraHJis Tho Verdict Unanimous. the next General Assembly, for from another like the present, may the Lord deliver us. The Democrats of Woodford county can find good material in the persqps of W. 8. Barbour, W. O. Davis or Thornton Ed wards. The Roundabottt scribe will be glad to give his support to either of the three which the party may Bulldofus. select. Kentucky. Illinois. tm their best men to represent them in I It pleases the lawyer and his client too, to have the verdict of the jury A great jury composed unanimous. of the American public has rendered an unanimous verdict on Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure as a medioine, agreeing that its promises of a speedy cure for coughs, colds and bronchial troubles are always carried out to the letter. This pleasant verdict has not been obtained without great pains taken to make it the best cough cure Prom Danvillle, 111., Mrs. H. J. on the market. Try a bottle when writes: "I you have a cough or cold and you Naborsremedies for have been using scrofula "unanimous" ever your benefited. My back and am will belong to the was algreatly after. For sale by P. H. Oabpenter, most one Bolid sore. Two boxes of 1 druggist. Ointment Dr. Hale's Household 1 iwsni V, m "to J niillflfiill i ii V Bm M V Hara m x wrlttan yttf if jroo haran't, and Hlxlora Intalllrant aura-ai-l rH can raad and write, wills todar. X mu you nr iptclil. saraonal attantlon. 1 un- Jartaka is brl.fljr icn anj tain mUllljtnt ptrioa ofaliharaax, who and whs.. rtcr Inatruetloa. mblllon A W00DF0KD FAEM FOR SALE,. the old Bob Oiutcner place, adjoining the Jarm or Tom Freeman, near Spring Station. I will sell on very reasonable terms. Possession given the first day ot next March. Persons wishing to purchase will plense examine the farm and then communicate with or call and nee me for terms at Frankfort, Ky. J MiN L. SCOTT, Attorney for Mrs. Mary I. Johnson. Fjunkfoht, Ky., frept. 24, 1892.-2- 1 T AM ADTHOmZED TO SELL A VALUABLE 60 acre farm in Woodford county, Ky. It Is i ACRES OF Go6d LAND. 4Mj MILES SOOTH 1.4 ot Frankfort, on the Little Benson and Lane's Mill turnpike; a splendid Eureka ruckaway uone: aiso one or two nunarea locust posts Sopt. Apply to 24-l- FQ.E SALE! Mus. R. B. MCKEE. On the premises. aaaaaaaaaa jmmtm. strFrm LaaaaaaaaaB Duckers. The recent rains have made the tobacco men happy. There is still large quantities of. corn in the fields, the cold wave Having stopped the work of husking. Mr. Anderson Ohenault and wife, of Madison county, are visiting healed it entirely." Prom Olive Hill, Ky., Mrs. M. J. Matney writes, May 13. 1892: My daughter has been afflicted with erysipelas in her eyes from infancy. She is now past 12 years old and one 25c. box has cured her." It costs no more to get the best. Get a box at 1 P. H. Carpenter's drug store. Dry Ridge. wood-sawing making ovtr Thrtt I houitnd Oollara a Ttar, aach. All la naw, aolld.ania. Full particular! IVee. After juu know all. if you Ignciuat to go no further, why, no barm la dona. Addraaa, Vaughan. Bro. Polsgrove had an appointment men will lie for fun. somo will lie for advantage and some will lie for fifty to preach at Mt. Zion on Friday night, but the congregation did not pan cents,. out they at the candy may find it to Saturday were good brother pulling.a Some of our citizens had the their advantage to attend the auction large audience, as also on Sunday. sales at Hickman Hill every Saturday Miss Pearly Pulliam spent Sunday afternoon and evening. with Miss Cora Sudduth. The various changes in the election Jim Ckow. precincts of this county are not yet fully understood by the people. At A Horrible Railroad Acoidont. the late election persons living on the same farm, in the same house, in our papers; also voted at different places, oach believ- Is daily chronic dear friend, who of the he was right. Guess if the Leg- has deathwith somo ing Consumption, whereas', died islature will finally adopt tho now if he or she had taken Otto's Cure Constitution, go homo and attend to for and Lung disease time, their own business and loavo that of life Tin oat havebeen renderedinhappi would the State to care for itself, we will er and perhaps saved. Heed the learn the ropes after awhile. warning! If you have a cough or It is customary now to get your any affection of tho Throat or Lungs candidates out early so the people of call at Chapman & Williams' and get tho several counties, and the several a trial bottle free. Large size 50c. parties should begin to look up 45 !iLbii friends and relatives here. There was a very pleasant dance at the residence of Miss Sophronia Risk, on Tuesday night. Miss Risk knows how to make such things agreeable to her guests. Mr. Martin O'Brien, of Hickman Hill, is closing out his stock of groceries, intending to change his place of business. He has been an agreea ble and accomodating merchant and our people will regret to lose him. Success to him wherever ho may go. Her many friends will be pleased to learn that Mrs. Sophie O'Donnell has recovered from her late illness. The. McGarvy brothers, among our best citizens, and farmers, talk of removing to Lexington in the spring. As the change will be our loss, we hope it will be their gain. "'Tin strange but 'tis true, ' some at There was a grand Wash .Vaughn's last Friday and delightful cider, Hpiked with rot. At gave way to a night the candy pulling party, at which the lads did away with the cider and took to the rot alone. It was indeed a joyous event, and it was amusing to see Col. O. JBannin, with the elasticity and grace of a French dancing master, gliding around among the Misses. Lots of our men and boys could be seen last Sunday returning from the jollification, nearly all of whom had lost a horse. Hog killing is prevailing in these parts just now. and backbone, spare-rib- s and sausage are prevalent dishes at this time. Miss Hallie Vaughn, of Lexington, is on a yisit to her uncle, Waslj. wood-sawing Ml n M aaaaaaVaBflBaaiaNsrS- BIBaBaBKafv CjamiU Xt Irloualr, how t ram Thru Thou, and Dalln.a e tar In ihali owi locallliaa. nbtra. crar tbar lira. I will alao fttrnle? tat altuatloa raant, ar whiah yea can tarn that amount. 1 chart a nelhlnr and raealra nothing unlaaa ai abort. Nothing difficult to Itare, or that will work Indua- - Moore's Poultry Remedy, THE W. J, CHINN, JR, Of- THE OLDEST PODTRY REMEDY I Smarket, postlvely prevents and curesON CHOLERA .Tan.SXMy. AND GAPES. , li. at raqulrat lima. mmEsS!ZS3& ". C. nutnhftr I daalra but out paraon from ach dlatrict or eoonty. 1 hart al- raif tau.M suit provldadwtthm ploymtnt a iirta much Will practice In all State Courts. fice second floor, Cuntom House. More then pays for Its use In the extra production of i i. wht ara Kentucky Midland Ey. Shortest and quickest between , JE - - 1 . ' sk I N V3 AtLK.N, Dux 430, . Amciiata., Mulaa. Get a trial box. Dec.5-ly- CINCINNATI Frankfort, lisle, AND FRANKFORT. and Paris. Fal- FOR SuJJE CHAPMAN & B"ST IIFIM &CRF Only direct line between V'OXJTK: t$Lz 7 lSSr mrntivtsix Georgetown Car WILLIAMS, k tfaysrille, Gynthiaoa, mouth and Covington PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS- - nTLjpKA Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS ASK ' IFOR TICKETS VIA KY. MIDLAND. AND SUNDRIES. m . TflAlNS HUN BY CENTHAL STANDARD TIME. Finest SODA WATER y. in Frankfort. okimiaippm Till: SHORTEST AND QDICKEST April TIME TABLE OCT. 81. I 18!. p M A M 1. TKAlNSKAST. Lv. Summit No. No. 3. No. 7. 4.00 4.06 4.11 4.10 4m 4.44 4 S2 6.00 5,12 0.21 4.U2 f u DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the Lv. Frankfort . . . A . kmim v The to Hew Lv. Elkhom Lv.SwItzer Time. 25 Hours. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS, shortest und quickest. Lv. Duvall Lv. Johnson Lv. Georgetown . . . B . Lv.CS. Depot I v. Newtown Lt Centrevtlle Lv Elizabeth . . C. Ar Purls I Lv.Ktamplng Ground fi.00 0.00 0 11 0.18 100 1.10 1.2S 1.40 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.35 3.10 3V0 8.30 8.46 4.00 I . Mi G.tS!) G.6C 7.CW i 6 44 6 62 7.18 7.'23 FBaOENXaS. HOTEIZi, IN LEXINGTON. KY 7.37 M I 5.2(i 5.40 M I V A M V M Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala Tlmo. 26 Hours. Solid Vestltmlr-- Trains The dliort line be tneen Cincinnati unti Lkxinoajn, Ky., Tlme.'JMi Houre VI Knoxvillk, Tkn.n., " " TRAINS WEST. No. 2. iNo, 4 . . . Lv. Parli 8 ill 6.G. 8.1 i 0.0 Ar. KllnDtU . . . li.0'1 Ar. Cnurllld. Ar. Swtoivn 8.21 0.17 Djpot . . . . H.J3 O.S'i Ar.U 3. Ar.Ga3Mdto.vn . . il . 8.H fi.17 Ar. Lvii'Uii 8.1) 0.15 Ar. Duvill 0 51 8.11 .0. No. B IMo.12 4.45 5.0.1 Saturday, Deo. 3d. 1892. Saturday, Deo. 24th. 1892. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surgtca operation un d with little or no puln. ' ' .. ail 5.21 6.35 C.52 7.03 7.15 7.85 7.65 ,9 i n f 5.65 port for TexuB, Mexico and Callfornlu. A connects nlth L. & N. Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Hallway B connects with Q. & 0. and L. S, vliUitto.xotvti.'i:IGu. a,, .irrlvoOlnclnnat 110:26 C connects with K. C. a. m. Quicker than nnyotherllne. Alltrauiit .irrlv it leparttrom Jentral (Tnloc ""The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecDepot, Cincinnati tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all KorltatetOiapn.&c.. tnarenf points north, honth and west. K.T.CUAHLETON, For further information apply to tholr acenta, C. D. BEROAW, D. I'. & T. A, .Chattanooga, E. B. WEITZEL, D. r. EDWAUD8, City Ticket Agent. D. MILLER, Gen. Pass. Agt. vr GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Supt, TrH.Mne. Cincinnati,!;. f. Gt., BlKMimWAJI, ALA.. " 16 " Direct Connectlona at NewOneniandHhrr ATLANTA, N. 0., A8I1KVILLK, CJUrrANOOOA.TKNN., "' 17 11 16 " " " Ar. rile u.'u Ar. Finnic Ar. Kni'KtJrr. Ar. Ar.Sriinlrii'trnii.i'l victir . . . 0.01 J 11 l . J. U.l'J 9 IV Hi 7.10 7.10 7,24 7.30 fi 8.10 8.20 8.30 V. Berberlch, Frankfort, Ky. Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson. Ky. A. H. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. V. J. Rugbes. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Jas. M. WIthrow, Frankfoit, Ky. TlF.EEnENfiES . W. McKee Hardie, Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott, Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfoit, Ky. ''''Si M DR. KELLEY'S offlcoimd residence lsat 259 West Eighth street, Cincinnati, and whore he may be found overy day of each week except SATUR-DAY- Si .t und the mode of treatment sent free to anyone W. I. KELLEY, M, D., by addressing 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FREE. Pamphlets describing theso diseases ',. J"ii