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THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE. i Number 14 Highest of all in Leavening Power. ' I Baking Powder PURE THIRD WARD. B. 0. R. K. Mooting in This City "Wodnesday to vote for President and Vice-Presiden- t. ABSOLUTE! THE CITY ELECTION. Republicans Elobt Councilmen in Two Wards and tho Democrats in One. , 1 209 Milam, Rep Without injurious medication. McOlure, Rep v... 208 For several years 1 have recommended 202 H. H. Watson, Rep "The ubo of 'Castoria' is so universal and ' and shall always continue to its merits so well known that It seems a work your ' Castoria,invariably produced beneficial 201 Peter A. Ftihs, Dem of supererogation to endorse it. Few are tho do so as it has intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results." 183 In accordance with tho action of John L. Tobin, Dom Edwin F. Pardb. M. D., within easy reach." 175 Carlos Uarttk, D.D.. MTho Wlnthrop," 123th Street and 7th Ave., the city council Friday night, the D.L. Haly.Dem New York City. New York City, 39 Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church. election for councilmen last Saturday Sam J. Shea, Ind was held under the official ballot sysThe election give the Republicans Tint Cswtacr CoHPAjrr, 77 Murray Street, New Yonx. tem and conduct 3. by the following six members and the Democrats three, ofiicers at the polls, viz: which means the organization of the council by the election of a RepubliFIRbT WARD. can President, and all the city officers Judges Feb. John Uault and Thos. of their own selection. Tho term of Wiard; Clerk Ljn Hammond; Shor- - office of the members elected will, by iff George Braw,ner. reason of tho new charter, which the Legislature is now considering and SECOND WARD. will pass within the next few monthB, Judges Win. Wells and Pat Lillis; extend only until after the next reguClevk-Jo- hn W. Milam; Sheriff- -- Alex. lar election in November, 1893. The Innes. first meeting of the new council will ma B Business College Change. THIRD WARD. be held Tuesday, January 10th, and Judges Robert Phillips and Lewis in the meantime, the candidates for Profs. E. B. Guion and G. D. Fend-ley- , V I A. Gaines; Sheriff various offices of city clerk, city Weitzel; Clerk-- W. having purchased tho interests T. J. Todd. treasurer, city assessor and nine com- of Messrs. Thos. B. Ford and Ed. H. Some of tho Democratic managers missioners to bo' proposed by tho Elliott in the Capital City Business were not at all pleased with tho bal- council, from whom the Mayor will' College, will continue to run the lot system instead of the viva voce select tho Board of Police and Fire school as they have heretofore done, method which the charter prescribes, Commissioners, are multiplying faster and it is hoped thoy will receive the The patronage which the enterprise bnt which the council holds has been than the days are passing. repealed by the new election law, Roundabout is an advocate of no deserves. Tho rates of tuition are and for awhile, on the night before particular candidate, but it believes very low, and an opportunity is the election, it was said they intend- it expresses the opjnion of the citi- offered young men and ladies who ed to withdraw their ticket. Saturday, zens generally, when it says that tho wish to receive a business education " however, both tickers were presented best available material foralMhose to obtain the same at a very small and no efforts spared by either p?rty positions ought to be secured, and cost, without going from home, as to vin the race. lb was stated that especially for the Fire and Police no one who is willing to pny any some money was spent but fortunate- Commissioners, on whom the selec- reasonable amount will be refused. ly, if true, tho secret ballot system tion of tho police a'nd fire department The course of instruction in all and removal from the polls of all and the preservation of the peace, branches is thorough and the gentlethose working in tho interest of any life and prosperity in the city will men in charge of the school have candidate, were an effectual bar of largely depend. had largo experience and are emig much attempt at bribery, and the elec nently qualified for tho positions they tion from the beginning to the close fill. The graduates from this school Death of Tom Abbott. was, as far as one not on the inside' have no trouble in obtaining emnlov- of the political sentinel lines could jur. Tiiomas a. AUDotp aiea ,iues- - ment a8Soon as they leave the insti-da- y determine, as quietly and peaceably morning in St. Mary and Eliza, tution, and Messrs. Guion and Fend-bot- h conducted as the warmest advocate Hospital, in Louisville, after a ,iev 9hould certainlv be encouraeed of good order and tho right of free. lingering illness of consumption. to continue the ood work they are suffrage could Wish for. There were The deceased was born and reared doing in our mi St. excellent citizens on both tickets and in this city, learned the printer's art Church Entertainment. it is no disparagement to anyone of in the old Commonwealth ofllco and i to say that while the for a number of years was an emv them The Roundabout has been re-- 1 fc"i choice of the people was with tho ploye of the Yeoman. When the quested to oond the following invita- majority of the Republican ticket as publication of that paper was discon- - tion to its readers, Itis intended to s. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. against the Democratic, the success- tinued in 1886, he went to Louisville be personal to each ful candidates are gentlemen of busi- to reside and made that city his Mrs. J. W. Headley ness, honor and integrity, who have home up to the time of his death.' will entertain shown in their private capacity that compositor, and for the benefit of the Southern He was a first-clas-s they are eminently fitted to direct being possessed of a wonderful memPresbyterian Church the public interest. ory, was a walking encyclopa3dia of At home, There were 444 voters registered in political events. Everyone in this Tuesday, December 13th, the first ward and only 300 votes cast city knew Tom Abbott ten years ago. From 5 till 10. In the .second ward tho registered and he was a universal favorite with "We are requested also to state that voters numbered 523 and the actual all classes. Full of fun, his joyous ' each person going into supper will votes 4C4, and in the third ward 510 laugh could be heard on our streets, be expected to contribute 50 cents were registered, of whom 427 voted. when not at work, and he was the (or more, if desired) for the benefit The total registered vote was 1,486 life of every office in which he was of the Church. and the total actual vote 1.191, showing employed. Eeoovers HiB Speech. that 205 voters failed to exercise their The remains were brought here prerogative of citizenship. Twenty-nin- from Louisville Wednosday morning, See OUr lilie- Alphonoe Hempling, of Summit votes in all, five in the first, nine the funeral took place that afternoon township, Butler Co., Penn., made an in the second and fifteen in the third at 3 o'clock, from the residence of fifllrlfnTlt--- Vinf. Vila .iiTilt7n.f'nni.rtlrl atn ' ward, were thrown out of the count his uncle, Mr. Thos. Shockley, and liSLzscLber twelve years, lost his speech, was for want of the proper observance of the body was laid to rest in tho come - 'completely cured after using three 23.gr the laws governing the seoret ballot. tery. A delegation from the Frank-- , bottles of Dr. Miles' Restorative The official vote that each candidate Nervine, and also his fort Typographical Union acted as speech. Thousands recovered won- testify to received, and his party affiliation dorful cures from using it for ner--! are shown below, tho three first nervous vous diseases, dyspepsia, named in each of the wards being debility, dullness, confusion of mind, Physicians Puzzled. headache, &o. Four doses of this the successful contestants, viz: Nervine cured ,Mrs. W. E. Burns, Many persons are unable to sleep Ind., who had first WARD. on their left side. The cause has South Bend, constant headachebeen suffering with for , Co-u.c3n.e109 long been a puzzle to physicians. three months. IDI-vansSwigert, ele-- 1 Trial ft JacobFurr, Rep Rep Metropolitan papers speak with great gant book free at J. W. bottle and Gayle's. 189 0. C. interest of Dr. Franklin Miles, 4 . IEJSIS37-174 the eminent Geo. W. Reook,Rep specialist Indiana 173 in nervous and heart diseases, who J. N. Miles, Dem Big Excitement in Town. proven that this habit arises Purchases can be made now and goods stored away for future de- 148 has James Heeney, Dem a diseased heart. He has exlivery. Give us a call. The largest stock, latest styles, 162 from T. M. Turner,Dora amined and kept on record thousands Over tho remarkable euros by the s goods. Lowest prices guaranteed. oases. His Now Heart Cure, a grandest specific of tho ago, Aunt of SECOND WARD. wonderful remedy, is sold at J. V. Fanny's Health Restorer, which acts C, M Thousands testify to its as a natural laxative, stimulates the 215 Gaylo's. Chas. E. Ellwanger, Dem ' CV'' value as a cure for Heart Diseases. digestive organs, rogulates the, liver 209 Mrs. J. A. Brislan, Dem Chas. Boney, Loveland, Colo., and kidneys and 1b nature's groat 207 says its effects on her were marvelous. healer and health renewor. John E. Miles, Dem 181 Elegant book on heart disoase free. If yon have Kidney, Liver or Blood ' M. P. Gray, Rep 4 'Disorder do not delay, but call at 178 Joseph Weitzel, Rep...,.,.v Chapman & Williams drug store for a 170 Lewis Finnell, Rep free trial package. Large size 50c. ' Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. 46 1 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. John E. Kirtloy, Dom 1 13-l- - Under the new election law the State Electoral College met in the hall of the House of Representatives on Wednesday. Major W. R. Kinney, of Louisville, was elected chairman, Mr. Ward Headloy. of the Second District, the clork, and Capt. Bart. Jenkins, of this city, as Sergeant-at-Arms- . Mr. James Andrew Scott, elector of this district, being absent from sickness, Mr. Win. McCloy, of this city, was elected to act in Mr. Scott's place. The vote of the college then was cast for Cleveland and Stevenson, each receiving thirteen votes Afcor a recess and subsequent meeting that day the chairman called for nominations of a messenger to carry the electoral vote, and a large number of names were proposed and a number of ballots gave the choice to Mr. F. C. Riddlo, of Bourbon county. As thoTederal Constitution has des ignated a day in January for the meeting of tho College and which will have to bo observed despite tho conflict of date by the State election law, the College adjourned to meet again that day. tf f mS.W Uu QPw H mJf k rifi aw tM rttmi MlP for infants and Children. Castoria enros Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Kructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl cost ion, "Caatort is bo well Adapted to children that I recommend Una superior to any prescription known to mo," II. A. Ancnxx, H. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. r. STVI BROWNIE!' Have beran to sweep around the corner to remind you this is tho season for Weather Strips and Cual Hods, Meat Choppers & Butcher Knives, uorn runners Lanterns, Glass, Powder, Shot ,and Shells. J. 4 I j Hardware Merchant. 4- - MUlimilFKAl V 892 CHRISTMAS. USEFUL -- 892 J , FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS j e xil Hi . 3Told.i Suits, IE3ed.s, TTsT'ara.roToes, pall-bearer- s. 1 Bopfe Oases, Sid.eTooard.s, ! jFarlor Su.its, s, Olxadrs. : ! first-clas- I I BR0WER,SC0TT & FRAZEE, I I it. .' ! !l ,1 , ,- mPFW! WWwtW i i . r ypifT'-- ? rmrTy1 ?pfPpF!Tw9ira MB vtw KZBHn VPr i. z ''pnrpp;9ip -- pjpt'l" .NAHT r 7&W1m w Wc invite our friends and the public to c.ill on us if they wish to save money on goods in our line. ixrii t iJ;i, 21 cents and upward. . He rse Shoes. S3. 80 per keg. vvuu i Large Sissal Rope, 3 cents per pound. , Steel Nails, per keg, $1.90, base. Shot. 6jj cents per pound. Trace Chain-- , per pair, 35 cents. Oil5' Cutlery, Hunt's Axes, 60 Wire iNails, per keg, Si. 05, base. .Best Firmer Chisels, 15 cents up. i cents. . . Window Glass, 80 per cent, off list. Carriage Bolts, per1 package, 70 per cent. off. ' " 43 Chains, Hunt's N. Hatchets.$1.10.cents. VOrnisn. Roc). Snlt, 60 cents per ioo pound, Door Locks, complete, 20 cents. Disston's Hand Saws, Pad Locks, 10 cents. Diamond Dye, 5 cents per package. Alabastii'i', 2; cents per package. Sherwin & Williams' Mixed Paints, Si. 45 per gallon Harness, Boys' Saddle", $2.35. GlinS, Patent and Plain Grate Baskets, 4 and 41, cents Germania Mixed Paint, Si. 10 per gallon. per pound. Hridle Hits. 5 cents. S. & W. Family Paints, 15 cents'. Sewer Pipe, 70 per cent, off Collars. Buggy Harness, $6. 50. BrilshCS. Buggy Whips, 10 cents and upward. '. lOutside Blinds, 50 and 5 off. Ridu g Bridles, 65 cents. S IRON j2 E3 Hi Xj ROOFING, M1LBURN 1 I IN" C3-- v- WAGONS. j OUT WIRE, &C. . ,. ' m y " 1 , Black-smith'- s and Wagon Troy Slurries, wortii. -- $175, &L if or .'Js't & $1-45.- - ( . S Materials, Belting, Sash and Doors, Paper Shades, Crockery, Iron, Shot, Shells, Cartridges, etc., at the reduced prices. charged at regular price. All goods sold on time Oor. Main and Lewis Streets, Personals. Qm j""jB COLLINS BRO Opposite the Farmers Bank. Kentucky, with headquarters at WORLD'S PAIR OPINION. Social Events. Deaths. Henderson, in which city he will Mrs. Sandy Pence is quite ill at the reside. Kelly Mrs. John A. Kelly, aged Appropriation Not Valid and Mrs. L. C. Norman, on yesterday, A.uiiyuii xiuwi. entertained tho Ladies Afternoon about twenty-si- x years, a daughter of Aid lUlnaoo V.inrnnln T.nwln nnil Auditor Norman's Course Euchre Club. Mr. Dennis Grifiln, of this oity, died Miss Annie Headley visited friends j Poindexter. of Mississippi, who have Approved. Misses Sallie and Carrie Holt en- in Washington Oity on Tuesday. Her in Louisville this week. been visitinir relatives and friends in Fri- husband and two children survive tertained a few friends Mrs. P. D. Johnson is visiting her the city and county for several The World's Fair decision by the day night of last week. at Whist her. leave next Wednesday for mother at Columbus, Ohio. months, Court of Appeals was handed down Miss Nellie Marshall entertained at Mr. James Lane Allen, of Lexing- home. Holly Mr. John Holly, dea dinner, at her home on Thorn Hill the photograph gallery who owned ton, was in the city Monday. near the Mrs. Mollie Bainbridge Crist, of the yesterday. Chief Justice Holt bridge, died Wednesday at PrinceMr. FredTupper, ofEichmond, Va., Cincinnati Post, has been in the city livered the main opinion of the oourt, Tuesday, a number of her friends. Mrs. George F. Berry entertained ton, Wisconsin. Mr. F. 0. Caldwell, is the guest of Mr. Henry Lindsey. this week arranging for the appear- holding in substance that the Auditor Miss Josie Downey, who was visit- ance at the Opera House here of Prof. wa3 right in having the question of yesterday afternoon at a two o'clock who has had charge of the gallery, ladies' ing in Lexington, has returned home. Pinckley, of the Cincinnati College the validity of the bill tested, for it Wm. E. luncheon, in honor of Mrs. will succeed to the proprietorship. Bradley. of Music. Miss Lillie Showalter has returned was not properly passed and he Miss Robecca Averill gave a tea A son of Mr. M. D. Pusser, a mera visit to friends in Shelby to Dr. Waller Dade, the Alluding home after county. physician at the prison, the Lexing- would have been liable on his bond Tuesday, from 4 until 6, to the young chant of Gibraltar, N. 0., was so ladies of her neighborhood; badly Mrs. R. W. McRery is home from an ton Leader of last Saturday says: for paying out the appropriation of of Mrs. W. P. Hudson, jr. in honor a year afflicted with rheumatism for or more as to be unable to a 100,000 for which there was no extended visit to her parents at Day- 'Miss Effle Hill is just back from Mrs. Parson Dudley, of Lexington, work or go to school. His father condelightful visit to Frankfort, where authority in law. Judge Pryor deOhio. ton, Mrs.R. cluded to try Chamberlain's Pain Misses Anne Thomas and Mannie she was the guest of Miss Rose Crit- livered another opinion, holding that entertained at tea last Friday, visited Balm on the boy. It soon cured him tenden and much feted. And speak- while he did not believe that the M, Aldridge, of this city, who Powell made a brief trip to Cincin- ing of Frankfort, a distinguished walked one and has any other officer could Mrs. Anna Tilford. Airs. Aldridge aud he miles since school and back Governor nati Thursday. a half to young physician of that city has won go behind or enrolled bill, it was returned home Monday. the every school day. 50 cent bottles for Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Roberts were in for himself a bride of the Bluegrass, Mrs. O. B. Mr. Lexington this week visiting Mr. and who is one of the'most charming girls clearly not only a right, of the tainedand few friends Gayle enter- sale by J. W. Gayle, drifggist. d a at Auditor, but his duty as guardian of Mrs. J. H. March. I know. She lives just over the bor- the people's interest, to have the euchre and crokinole at their resiMiss Margaret Pickett, after a visit der line of Fayette, but is a part and Pine Aristo-Photo, adjudicated before paying dence on west Cross street Tuesday to Mrs. Sam Steele, returned home to parcel of Lexington society. She is questionappropriation. Judge Ben eflninf? Tfc wnn n veru nlnnnnnt-- , oc out the I will make fineAristo-Photograph- s Maysville Monday. a blonde, pure and simple, with a nett delivered a third opinion, hold- - casion and greatly enjoyed by those during the holidays at the regular ia mornlv present. Mrs. R. P. Pepper and daughter, mass of the palest gold hair and , lnr. flinf. urliflo fho A nrli price of photographs. sweet cray eves. Her handsome a mi,U8terfal officer who would ordi Miss May, will go to Chicago 14-H. G. Mattern. The Misses Brown gave a dancing vnnncr HniYnpn hnlrl n. Sr.ntfi nnflitinn narily have no right to question the on a visit of a week. party at the Executive Mansion last from validity of an act. still In this case, Mrs. Fanny M. Trabue and Miss Joe in Frankfort. He waB formerly night, at which a large number of For Sale An open front coal Murphy returned Saturday from a Hendersbn. The wedding probably which is exceptional, as between their friends wore present. Mrs. John stove, and good as new, is will not occur before spring. It will two agents of the State, in which Young brief visit to Louisville. Brown, jr.. of Lakeland, and a bargain. be a very smart Bluegrass event. had any personal interest, Miss Henrietta Blackburn assisted offered for sale atgasoline stove,Also a neither a "New Process" only Miss Lizzie Jessie, of New Castle, The court the Misses Brown in their entertain- used one season. Apply at this office. his course is approved was here Saturday and Sunday visitgeneral agreed however that the ment. A Million's Priend. ing Miss Lou Cromwell. Legislature had the right to pass the Mrs. Sneed, wife of Judge W. H. The Evening Whist Club was enterA friend in need is a friend indeed, appropriation, but this right now, is MOST SUCCESSFUL Sneed, is very ill at her home, St. ar.d not less than one million people admitted by everyone, will never be tained Thursday night by Mrs. Ohas. Elmo, on the South Side. have found just such a friend in Dr. exercised by the present assembly. E. Haff. There were nine tables and Mrs. Russell Sneed returned home King's New' Discovery for Consump- The opinion is further reaching in nine was the successful number of EYE, have . this week from an extended visit to tion, Coughs and Colds. If youMedi- its effect than the World's Fair ap- games that carried off the two first never used this Great Cough propriation, for if that bill was not prizes, handsome engravings, won by her relatives' in St. Louis. x you Mrs. Nannie Duvall and Major L. O. And Chronic Disease Specialist In the fctute. Mrs. Thos. D. Herndon. of Alton, is cine, one trial will convincepowersthat constitutionally passed, it follows aH Norman. in a matter of course that the election The number eight secured it has wonderful curative visiting her sister, Mrs. Richard all diseases of Throat, Chest and law, which is in precisely the same the second prizes, five handkerchiefs, Crutcher, on Shelby street. Lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to attitude, is also invalid and this may which Mrs. Reid Rogers and Mr. Sam The Misses Westfelt, of North Car- do all that is claimed or money will make questionable all the recent D. Johnson, Mr. Johnson cutting with olina, are the guests of Miss Chris- be refunded. Trial bottles free at State election, both as to Presidential Hon. A. J. Carroll, who also scored The celebrateil Specialist, formerly or New York tine Reynolds at Fleetwood. City, now consulting Physician ot Southern MedPhil. Carpenter's Drug Store. and Congressional candidates as well eight. ical Institute, of Louisville. Ky will be at the 1 Senator Garrett Wall's wife and his Large bottles 50c. and $1.00. as to judicial and county officers. The Capital City Literary Society CAPITAL HOTEL, Irnnktort. daughter, Miss Echaline; of Maysby this opinion, The Governor, was entertained evening at ville, are at the Capital Hotel. while sustained in the pointhe raised the home of Miss Tuesday Roberts on Thursday, January 5th, Top Drawer. Tillie in his veto of the former revenue Campbell street, South Side. Hamilton, of Georgetown, MissSue After every bill, is placed in the position of not the usual eYercises the following of- returningjean of four weeks. InDR STOCKDALE spent Sunday and Monday in Belle-poiexperleu :e the largest hoshas had LOCAL. only sitming an invalid act, but after with Mrs. J. N. Crutcher. the country. Is a graduate of ficers for the month were elected: pitals In colleges, aud n s for u nmnbeiseveral of of years the best & L. E Harvie's) even its validity had been questioned President Arthur Armstrong; Read! Messrs. J. S. P. Kimbrough, of Miss Zulah made a Hiecliity of all chronic and surgical disuy miiiuuii. ui uppruvuiK uiuimo un sister, advertisement in another column Clarksville, Tenn., is with her J. Desmond O'Connor; eases He treats Huccusfu!ly an does not take the treasury to the amount of 25,000. Miss Mrs. McD. Ferguson, 206 Broadway. and the case unless a euro c in he guaranteed. Sawyiek Mr. Paul Sawyior, whose which he sought to make the Auditor Secretary Estin Ora Hoggins, next Acute ami Chronic Catarrh, ltlimliu; In Ears, Treasurer, Hieatt. The Deafness. Ulseastof the Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat Hon. Al Berry, Mayor of Newport, art work is receiving high praise, has pay under Buch an illegal appropriameeting will be held at the home of Lungs, Kidney. Urinary and Bladder Troubles, from the opened art parlors and a studio over tion act. and Congressman-elec- t Miss, Lulio Suter, on Arlington BrJgnt's Disease, Diabetes. Dyupeps.u; Constipasixth district, was in the city Mon- Guy Barrett's news depot. tion, Rheumatism and Paralysis Heights. Handkerchiefs. Epilepsy or Fits positively cured day. Young or mldd from storeFire at Thorn Hill Theto Mr. Special sale for the week, begimiing At the entertainment Friday of last Spermatorrhea, Impotoucv,men, suffering results Mrs.W. L. Hammond, of Smithfield, Eruptions, the dis- week of the Ladies Afternoon Euchre of errors or exc hses, should en before It Is too her son, Mr. A. B. Hammond, room and stable belonging is with December the 12th. A late. at Thorn Hill, were Monday, at his home on Campbell street, South Nick Graham, fire Saturday evening. count of lGjj per cent, will be given Club by Mrs. Nannie Duvall and Mrs. too far.We guarantee a cuielfcaso has not gone destroyed by Side. to induce customers to buy before W. J. liendrick, there were eight tawas unknown. Christmas week bles and twelve games were played. Mr. Howard Poo and sister, of The origin of the fire t. Mrs. John W. Rodman scored eleven BLOOD AND "SKIN DISEASES. Sam D. Johnson & Co. Bracken county, are the Both buildings, on which there was Brooksville. and won a beautiful drawn worked guests of Mr. Gi M. Galbraith, South no insurance, were a total loss. center piece. Miss Maggie Taylor and As Sypnlllls, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., "Wanted. Side. last Pat Newman, Jr., of this city,New Miss Sallie Ross, of Lexington, each cured by remedies. Miss Virgie Stanton, the youngest week purchased at Tattersall's, Disearfo of Women, such its Lucorrhea, Painful cutting Ladies and gentlemen suffering scored nine, and inwinning Miss Ross- Menstruation, Dlspiacemmt of Womb, Hearing of Major Henry T. Stanton, York, for 1,800, a thoroughbred daughter was a bonbo- Down Pahs In Back relieved In short time. has been seriously ill of brain fever yearling filly, by Himyar, dam imp. with throat and lung difficulties to nieresuccessful in and Miss Taylor a center piece, Tna Doctor carries nil his portable Instruments for a week or more. Baraoure. Mr. Newman declined an call at our store for a bottle of Otto's and Mrs. Caswell Bennett, Mrs. D. B. and comes prepared to examine the most obscure surgical cases. He undertakes no filly of 5,000 and intends Cure, which wo are distributing free Misses Margaret Lewis and Aida ofTer for the Miss Todd and medlnl aud Walcutt hundreds given up Incurable disease, but spent a few days with to put her in the hands of the very of charge, and we can confidently scored 8, and luck in theSaffellfell to to die. Consultation cures and confidential. Poindexter cut free reoommend.it as a superior remedy Miss Saffell, and won an almond dish. Address Bessie Lewis, at best trainers. Misses Fannie and who for Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, ConWoodlako, this week. -- Thursday sumption, and all diseases of the Those present besides those already A Brakeman Killed Misses Sallie and Nettie Rosr. of morning, at Georgetown, a Louisville throat and lungs. It will stop a mentioned were:NMrs. L. O. Norman, , m. who have been visiting Southern train ran into the Kentucky cough quicker than any known Mrs. A. F. Respess, Mrs. G. F. Black-leLexington, Mrs. W. F. Dandridgo, Mrs. E. their aunt, Mrs. Samuel Steele, re- Midland freight, when M. S. McMul-le- remedy. Wo will guarantee it to cure LOUISVILLE, KY. turned home Monday. a Midland brakeman, of Lincoln you. If your children have croup or M. Gobor, Mrs. Sam E. James, Mrs. Wicklifib Chapman. Mrs. Sam. D. Major John Mosby Bacon, of the county, was crushed to death as he whooping cough it is sure to give Sale. Mrs. Theodore United States Army, and family, after was standing between the engine and instant relief. Don't delay, but get Johnson,Holmes, Mrs. W. Wylie, Mrs. II. Newhall, Sam.B. a trial bottle free. Large size 50c. a visit to relatives here, went to tank. jr., Mrs Ohas. E. Haff, Mrs. Will rnilE FARM OK ABOUT 100 ACRES, KNOWN Washington City Tuesday. Sold by Chapman & Williams. Saffell, Mrs. H. O. Mallory, Mrs. Julia 1 us the St. John or Cliapel farm, on the JackAccident Friday afternoon of last 40 Mrs. Harry C. Mallory returned to week, Mrs. RobsoII, wife of Mr. Dink from Frankfort. sonville turnpike, 3i,'i . m in Thompson. Mrs. Stape Johnson, Mrs. Most of the cleared land miles set In grass, with Is now a visit of Chicago yesterday after B. Rodman, Mrs. Hugh Rodman, from 20 to 25 acres still In woods and suitable for W. ItOSHOU, Oil HIO nut uiocjw a uiumo, A Meritod Promotion. several weeks to her father, Col. while breaking some kindling with Mrs. Hervey McDowell, of Oynthiana; tobacco. New house of four rooms, new stable, small orchards on Thos. B. Rodman, and sister, Mrs. H. an axe, was struck above the eye by Mrs. Jno. R. Proctor, Mrs. Reid new tobacco barn and Mr. B. A. Warren, an old Franklin Rogers; Misses Sallie and Nettie Ross, the place. Will tnuke ti good stock, dairy and 0. Murray. a piece of the kindling, which cut a fruit farm. Apply to J. S. & L. E. HAItVIE, Mr. Ooorrre Owens. City Marshal deep gash in the flesh, from which in- county boy, who has been in the em- of Lexington. Jennie Morris, Nellie 210 Broadway, Frankfort. of Bloomington, Iud., and Miss Fanny flammation set up and erysipelas, it ploy of the MeCormack Reaping Orbison and Ruth Rodman. Mrs. L. Dec. entertained tho club McQueen, of that city, are visiting is thought, has rosulted. Machine Co. for several years, with C. Norman their aunt, Mrs. Jennie Bright, of Stockholder's Meeting. headquarters in Louisville, has been again yesterday afternoon. Sheriff Armstrong On Saturday made general agent of his company Graofenburg. Sheriff-elecR. D. Armstrong, quali Ifvou have not seen LoCompto & Mr. Jack Gorman, of Louisvilloj fied before County J uoge w imams, for Kentucky and part of Indiana. Gayfe Co.'s display of Christmas rnilE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK-place in this city with by taking the oath of oillce and As the promotion came to him as a holders ot has accepted a Mr. filing a bond said to bo worth $80,000. reward for faithfulness and energy foods you should do so at once. They Oompaay. the lave the largest assortment in town. Tho Frankfort Water Co., Gorman is is a brother of Mr. Wni. The sureties on the bond are Wm., and carries with it a comfortabfo of Frankfort, Kentucky, for the election of live Gorman of the same firm. W. G. and S. F. Armstrong, 0. H. and yearly salary, Bon's many friends in directors and the transaction ot other corporate G. W. Hall, S. M. this city and county congratulate Millinory. business, will be held at Its oftlce, In the city of Rov. Wm. H. Hampton, formerly of Clarence Julian, him on his good fortune. ' Frankfort, on 0. Noel this city, who has for the past five or Tinsley, John Armstrong and II. R. In this department we have some Satt3.rcLa.3r, XDec. 31, 1SQ2, will enter Mr. six years had charge of the Episcopal Williams. the The handsomest lino of Souvonir fine pattern bonnets and hats that at 11 o'clock, u. in. upon the duties of Church at Ashland, has been assigned Anv Mr. .Tnlm P. Nool his office on first spoons in the city at ,L.ouompio cc can be bought for half prieo. A. II. McCLURE, retires, the to evungelistio by Bishop Dudley Secretury, Dec. 14-- 1 G. Sam D. Johnson & Co. Gaylo Co.'s. Monday in January. , work and transferred to Western s six-hanB. to-day SiA-""J '$ I 3t tile-line- d r WIT DR.STOCKDALE. ' ' nt Vice-Preside- nt 1 1 ' 14-l- i never-fallin- g y, I. i. STOGW Tarm For i., n, m 10-2- t. I t, X J Allen-Bradle- y 14-l- t. I 14-lt.- - 10-4- t. C5953 a j.sprt , ' r irr7( ' IWJTRp'PfJWR Tflpitl 3 m LlCib OH9 Jtl llllipill XfcS Cassell -- SUCH AN ARRAY OF CHRISTMAS GOODS! Ixx ouir lixio a, wets never stiown in Vtv v Such Bargains, Such an Assortment, Saeh Elegant Goods. BeioW we give a list of goods suitable for Christmas presents. They are all new and of GLOVES, FINE SUSPENDERS, COLLARS AND CUFFS, SUIT OF CLOTHES, WALKING CANES, NECKWEAR, theiatest styles. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, CUFF BUTTONS. TRAVELING BAGS, OVERCOATS, Children's Fine Hats and Caps, LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, FULL DRESS SHIRTS, MUFFLERS. UMBRELLAS, SCARF PINS, FULL DRESS SHIRT SHIELDS, (New style.) HATS, DRESSING ROBES, SMOKING JACKETS. It h V 1 n Vf -- ; i ' irU -- 1 f :lt- i" I n C TlV II 1.'. IH the orphan boy ran away from the residence of who Mr. John S. Pierce, jr., near Peak's Mill, last June, and who some of Mr. Is the place to buy. Pierce's neighbors tried to make it Farmers, you can buyj appear had been foully dealt with by him. was found Wednesday at the A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding home of Mr. McGee, near Shelby-vill- f or degree Chronic, accentor I'eredltary. This Itching, where he has been living under Remedy hus6positively never been known to fall. boxes, for a sent by mnll prean assumed name.N Mr. Pierce went $1.00 on box, of price. $5.00;written Guarantee paid A receipt to each purchaser of down to Shelby county as soon as ho positively given at one time, to refuno six boxes. when purcuased tho $5 00 jfyjjf 'WECOXjES.A.XjE PRICES. where- paid if not cured. Guarantee Issued by J. W. was informed of the boy's GAYLE. and LECOMl'TKik GAYLE CO.. Drug abouts and took him home with him, gists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for Jan. where he was supplied with clothing sample. You can get a vehicle painted or repaired inrst-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow Si o money, and then told to go and some less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. and seek his fortune. No Quorum Present. As Mr. Pierce has done tho best for At the annual meeting'of the stockhim he could, and the youth was so SUCCESSORS TO O R. CRUTCHER & CO. very wayward that he would not stay holders of tho Kentucky Midland with him contented, ho concluded Railway on Friday last, there was no tha the best to be done was to let quorum present and the meeting ad- Salesroom, opposite court-housFactory, South warehouse. him go and buffet with tho world un- journed over until Wednesday next, til he could Appreciate a home, and December 14th, on which occasion it in the mean time the very sym pa- is hoped there will be a full attendhc-av- e sro-criK thetic neighbors who wore trying to ance. The stockholders in thiB city D. March t make it appear tho boy had been and county should remember the made way with, can try their hands date and be on hand. Milos' Nerve and Liver Pills. at helping him along. In this connection the following A Herald of tho Infant Year. Act on a new principle regulating letter from Col. Thos. Rodman ex- Clip the last thirty years or more from the the liver, stomach and bowels though Dr. plains itself: century, and the segment will represent the the nerves. A new discovery. ESTABLISHED 1331. Editor Roundabout: , term of the unbounded popularity of llostet- - Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, reports ter's Stomach Bitters. The opening of the bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipaSometime in August last, were freely circulated of cruel treat- year 1893 will be signalized by the appearance tion. Splendid for men, women and j?&-2r2g:orr, i:E::isTT-cro:K:"5- r. ment of Curtis Lawrence, a boy some of a fresh Almanac of the Bitters. In which children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at Mr. John Pearce, tho uses, derivation ami action of this fifteen years old. by E. B. GKOroiiT, Principal. y of tho Peak's Mill neighborhood, who medicine will be lucidly set forth, i J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. a. boy had lived with for some three Everybody should read It. The calender and CK 3D. EErfcTDXjE". Secretary. the Just received the best In this years. Tho boy, Curtis Lawrence astronomical calculations to be foundaccurate, ing, and you can buy line of cloth- Business them lower brochure nre nlwrtyri astonishingly writing, by Dr. and Shorthand, was brought to me Business Correspondence, statistics Illustrations, humor and than ever at Ed. Harris' old stand. Gale, who first got him from the other the reaulng m:ittr rich in Interest and full 9tf. Typewriting, Commercial Law, of prollt. of Baptist Orphan Home at Louisville, burgh, Pa., The llostetter Company, TheyPittspublish emArithmetic, Grammar, Ky., and alter questioning him, tho ploy more than sixty It themselves. mechanical Spelling, etc. King's Royal Gormatour. hands In the rvirrnr w.w. .,.,... 6tnnni rnm c?sint....in.. 10 uuue. m ne DncKuard pupte encouraged. The boy, Curtis Lawrence, I am perfectly work, and more than el. veil mouths In the j ooiJiciiiuer advanced stndnt tho medioino of tho llnlshed. Diplomas awarded. We have satisfied that very great injustice has eaj nre consilium in us preparation, item beft home school or biwlness ItH nhonominal In the State of Kentucky. obtained wltuont been done to Mr. John Pearce in country dealers, and cost of all druggists and centurv.nrkA foirvntfn ii.itU Htu'nosri nn EllgllSll. Is printed ! regard to inhuman treatment of this (ionium, French, Welsh, Norwegian,In bwuusn, 'n oollna . aoknowledged Wondor of the the boy, and am glad to have tho oppor- Holland, Bohemian and Spanish. I medicine world. Based upon the tunity to correct these false rumors. "umquu, I do not know Mr. Pearce and this If you want a hftronin in mon. uoi '" has been done without consultation boya', childrens' suits and overcoats modern, and at once popular, com mending itself as a necossary house with him. call at Ed. Harris' old stand. l2STSTJ.3SrCE --fiuGEIJiTTS, hold remedy. It advertises best by Thomas Rodman, its use. Specific for all Catarrhal Moderatory Franklin Baptist Ass'n. diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Tho Old Original Remedy. Purifier. It is without doubt the Have For pain in tho stomach, colic and 'most reliable gorm destroyer in cholera morbus there is nothing and to tho extent that the Sick people should not bo deceived ON MAIN STEET, TO- better than Chamberlain's Colic, by pretenders who talk about germ theory is correct, King's Royal Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For '"germs," "bacoilli," &c., to Gormoteur is the remedy. It is no sale by J. W. Qayle, druggist. sell their preparations, thus prevent- accident but is the result of fifteen ing people from buying the original .yoars study of modical gonius, For 19 Fon Rent. Four ice houses. Ap- tested medicine. "Radam's Microbe sale by Chapman & William t ply to It. 0. Nicol. Killer" is what you nned. It 1b now, Sol. Harris will sell you a boy's . i. BasEmEnt nf thus Capital HntEl. and for years has boon, making suit from 4 to 10 years of ago, for Buy your gift and standard books moro cures than all other remedies $1.50. You can't buy the same any ey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement He keeps tho combined. Read their advertisement where else for doublo tho money. from Guy Barrett. in a ' in this paper. Don't bo docoived. best. short time. CurtiB Lawrence, e, Hudson, HumphriesCassell Kentucky and Harness Works M 0kflE Tho Boy Found. y S CURE BUGGIES, HARNESS AND FARM IMPLEME3JTS 16-l- e. -- sr s-cra-GK- zeianriE -- 26-t- Capital City Business College. world-famo- 45-l- I I .to-da- y Book-keopin- g, Pre-eminent- ., . 1 1 "" ibwi - JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Removed From the Batzell Building f. ex-istan- uMi-crobi- ," 101 AND 102 ANN STREET, 14-3- m -- ..I BS-Tli- 14-3- t. ". M:tf - ' . a? -- W. L--. COPPGRSMITH The Jeweler, .if' cT. El Jl ' ' "' y ,1 234 St. Olair Street, HAS raorilsfcrt , v "JeOymx his store crammed fiom front to rear with as complete a stock of HOLIDAY GOODS as were ever brought to Frankfort in his line; all he asks is to compare prices the class of goods that he handles, he does not blame people for wanting the largest returns for the least cash; his is the place, he handles the goods. I admit that I do business in a cramped and unsightly building, nevertheless I will try and make your call pleasant. Diamonds; Solid Gold, Gold Filled and Silver Watches; Fancy Clocks; Gold .rens; solid gold and silver thimbles; solid gold nd plated jewelry; s did silver ware in eases; gold specks; wedding rings; Enid Walking Sticks. ministers. The church in the pnst COURT OF CLAIMS. year raised for foreign missions $470, Contract Awarded for Two Ero4 at t'lOposl-f- l ttjnj.it Kruufilort, Kenluck) general homo missions 215, State Bridges and Appropriations uialiuhlu matter. ui missions, $335, church extension, Made ior Turnpikes. S31S; in all for missions at home and GKm. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. abroad 1,732, or four dollars per The Court of Claims met Tuesday member. The total sum of $0 403. or and opend the bids for tho construe FRANKFORT, DEC. 10, 1892. fifteen dollars per mem,ber, was tion of two iron bridges near the raised during the year for all Shelby county line on the Louisville by the church. The Sunday-scho- and Crabb Orchard turnpike, now a THE KENTUCKY REEL. average attendance for the county road. Those bidding were: year was 108, and the average collec H. H. Spain, for the Iron Substructure A Sketch of its Manufacturers. tion 7.09, the highest being 74 and Company, of Columbus, O.; George The November number of "Game-land,- the lowest $2.07. In all, the Sunday-scho- Owens, for the Champion Bridge an anglei's and sportsmen's raised during the year 305. Company, of Wilmington, O.; R. L. journal published in New York City, The Mission Band numbers OS mem- Owens, for the Brackett Bridge Comcontains splendid cuts of Capt. B. 0. bers and raised 183; the Endeavor pany, of Cincinnati, O ; J. Peacock, Milam and his son, Mr. John W. Society, 92 members,, have raised $50; for the Columbus Bridge Company, Milam, of this city, and a two Column the Young Ladies Society, 27 mem- of Columbus. O.; Curtis Morrison, for article on "The Kentucky Fishing: bers, and raised $80, and the Aid So- the King Bridge Company, of CleveReel" and the manufacturers of that ciety, 54 members, and raised 121. land, O.; B. B. Struble, for the In the pulpit in this city Mr. Darsie Indiana Bridge Company, of Muncie, celebrated piece of fishing tackle. has preached 1,278 sermons, and since Ind,; F. B. Walsh, for the Wisconsin The article says: "Every amateur, fisherman who the beginning of his ministry 3.300, Bridge Company, of Milwaukee, loves good tackle owns a Milam Ken- less three sermons. Wis.; and H. H. Barker, for the tucky reel or he has heard of it and Groton Bridge Company, of New CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. hopes to be the possessor of one York, and the last named company some day. I was in Europe this for 1,295 secured the contract. One Resigns and summer and I felt quite proud of my Mr. Franklin Appointed. Mr. Ford' bridge will be fifty feet in length and is old State when I found this reel in one 104 feet, of two spans of fifty-tw- o Switzerland, Franco and England and Mr. Walter Franklin, who has been feet each. upon mi' return to New York I met a deputy and clerk of the Franklin 1 The court also heard read the re- friend who had been to Buzzard's Circuit Court one-haa century, fport of County Judge Williams and Bay and he said he found Hon. tendered nis resignation tms weeK to County Attorney Johnson on the Q rover Cleveland and his friend, Judge Montfort. As Mr. Thos. B. authority to appropriate money for Joseph Jefferson fishing with the Ford is the clerk-elecwho by law turnpikes, said report stating that as would have qualified and entered the Legislature had not yet passed a article.'' Mr. Milam, the maker of the reel, upon the duties of the office the first general law under which a levy could 'is a hearty old gentleman in the Monday in January, Judge Montfort be made, the court could not lawfully seventies, but he does" not look or accepted Mr. Franklin's resignation, make any such appropriations. appear to feel a day older than the which takes effect and gave Squire McDonald moved to postman of fifty." the appointment of the unexpired pone further action in the premises 'These reels are made in a way term to Mr. Ford. This brief period until February in order to obtain an that is bound to make them lasting, will'give Mr. For,d an insight into the enabling act from the Legislature, and it is this feature that has given routine of the office and enable him but the court refused to do this and them the reputation they enjoy." to prepare for the first term of the a motion to appropriate $0,000 to Only hard rolled sheet metal is "used circuit court, to be held by Judge build new aud extond old turnpikes, in their construction and the steel Cantrill in this city in January. $1,000 in each of tho magisterial, disparts are all carefully and perfectly Mr. Franklin retires to private life tempered. The fitting and finish are with the consciousness that he has tricts, was passed by the following as fine as any watch was given and honestly and faithfully served the vote: Yeas, Bohannan, Carr, Hannen, they can be made to order in any public, by whom ho was so long hon- Tinsley, Lee, Smoot, Moore and style. The finest one I ever saw was ored by an election to the office. Clark 8; Nays, McDonald, Hughes, the reel the firm made for a gentle- His successor is known to everybody Lyons and Hall 1. The court adman in Denver. This was mostly and is a genial, competent court journed Thursday morning. silver, the buttons and washer were clerk, in whose hands the public in-- , A RIVER TRADE oi solid gold and tne pivots ran on terests will not suffer for want of jewels, the caps being rubies and the efficient care and attention. Souvenir Spnnns, The Largest Stack in Town, KANKFOfiTKDUiMiAtfOfl Bocoitd-clii-Hit pin-pos- es Have Yon Investigated the New Ievel Rate Policy of the Provident Savings Life Assurance Society ? If not, you owe it to yourself, your family and yourestnte, to examine it before you insure. It is the fairest, safest and cheapest policy offered. t Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and get a statement of what it will cost. W. A. McNKELY, Gen'l Agent. MALCOLM FRANKLIN, , t Kv. Special Agent. J. R. Williams, Local Agt . ' Frankfort, ,Ky. Nov. I ol j " ol M pJi Li fill OMAN t BIG BARGAINS: Best Dark Calicos, 5 cents. ' Best Indigo Blue Calicos, 6 cents. Good Brown Cotton, 5 cents. Hope Bleached Cotton, 6 2 cents. 1-- lf ' ' t, ; to-da- y, A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks cheap. . Carpets and ' ', !V'! i .u AH J., L. RODMAN Nov. G & 3m: SON. j J. P.F.C I ' 11 CURES ALL Estray Notice. STRAY BY i U. JULIAN, TAKES' UP AS A about elghtmllesfrom Frank-A living fort, one block so-- . with crop off of left ear. which has been valued by the undersigned at elghtdollars W.ROHANNAN, Oct.7.1892-l- m DISEASES Consumption Cured. "(believe it to be one of the best medicines sold. The physicians, tun je.irs ago. said nir wife had consumption, both lungs affected. I have had to send her outh for several spring to keep her alive, bntslnceshe has been taking Ridam's Microbe Killer she has been right lit home attending to her business, ami Is In better health than she has been In 2.1 tears. "R. T. POOLE. Cedartown.Ga." handle pearl. 'Messrs. Milam & Son are working now on their exhibit for the World's The following wills were filed and Fair. They propose to have a fine display in the fishing department. probated on last Monday at County office : Dr. Honshall, who has charge of this Clerk Smith's Henry Harrisoif Stratton, who be department, is getting up a collection queaths all his property, after paying of old Kentucky reels. Ann Strathis debts, to his wife,-Juliton, whom he named, without securiREV. GEORGE DARSIE. ty, the executrix of the will. The will was written March 31, 1890, and Interesting Figures from His Fif--1 signed in tho presence of G. W. Hall, teonth Anniversary W. H. Caulk, J. S. Wilson and W. G. Sermon. a Wills Probated. Between Frankfort and Shakers' Taught Privately to Adults Only. OOOKS EXAMINED, CONSULTATION CONFl- - Ferry. congregation wore present at the Christian Church last Sunday morning to hear Rev. George Darsie's fifteenth anniversary sermon. Mr. Darsie read his text from the 127 Psalm, first verse: "Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain who build it." He then referred to the result of his labors in the church in this city, and said that in the fifteen years of his ministry here 053 additions had been made to the church, 300 of whom were received by baptism. The past year, however, had been the most prosperous in the sixty years of his congregation's his persons being added tory, sixty-si- x to the membership, of whom thirty-siwere baptized. The decrease for leaving tho tho year was thirty-fivmembership now at490, of whom total During seventy are pastorate, Mr. Darsio has been tho his contemporary in the city of two Episcopalian, two First Presbyterian, two Catholic, four Baptist, four South Side Presbyterian and nine Methodist . A largo Roberts. Susan Payne, after payment of all her debts, directs that her property shall go to her grandson, Charles Marshall, who is named as executor without bond. The date of the will is December 24, 1885, and it was signed in the presence of John Trumbo and Fanny Marshall. A Child Enjoys The pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when in peed of a laayitive, and if the father or mother be costive or bilious, tho most gratifying results follow its use; so that it is tho best family reme dy known and every family should have a bottle. Ferry, provided the merchants of the city would pay for the coal the boat would consume until a paying trado could be established. As a boat in this trade, on which the people could depend with tho confidence of a rail- road, would brincr a larcre volumo of business, to this city which now finds an outlet elsewhere, it is probable that the merchants will not let such an opportunity to increase their business escape for want of the small guarantee required by Capt. Williams. Do You Know n Capt. J. E. Williams, of Vevay, Ind., of the firm of William & Hughes, of this city, and owner of tho Several JMscascs Cured. steamer Katie Prather and screw propeller Ghent, was in the city this "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of your medicine. Having been a sufferer from week and announced his readiness to weak lungs, bronchlul affection and Indigestion, in first class after taking Microbe Killer all of the above put tho Katie Prather symtoms have entirely disappeared. trips condition to make " ours. etc.. THOS. L. DAVIS, Shakers' between Frankfort and "Janitor Howard Memorial Library. ly ilentlal. i. Oct. at Capital E. R. GUION, City Business College. The iScrvices OF Wm, A. Diehle, Late Musical Director Vojager Opera Co.. as "New Orleans, Lu." Asthma and Catarrh Cured. asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. "Respectfully. "Cashier In "I have been a sufferer from asthma and catarrh, for more thun two years past, getting most of my sleep sitting up in ben orrecllr lug In a chair I haie used one lug of R'idam's Microbe Killer, and fir the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly us u child. I attribute my relief to the remedy, and heartily recommend it to any one suffering from Bank of Adalrvllle.Gu." "EDWIN R. MOORE, Teacher and "Director, Can be secured by one or two bands within reasonable distance of Frankfort. Correspondence Solicited. Nov. 19-t- f. Address, FRANKFORT, KY. h T WILL PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR ALL . x e, non-resident- That a large percentage of deaths in this country aro caused by consump-tio- Mr. Kndani'fl. Microbe Killer Cures all and lung trouble? A little cold .Diseases by Iloiiioiiug tho Cause. neglectod in the beginning ofcenter-minate- s in consumption. circular and the Every Send '2 cents stamp for Wur. shows what you cough you increase Mlcrobo must be, and do,disease Is and whuttho time to euro it. Read It, remedy tho trouble, and an inflammation is circulate It and you will the discoverer for saving soon started, which is diflioujt to your life. Address You can find fancy inkstands, book- control. There 1b one remedy that RAOAM'S MICROBE KILLER. Nashville. Tonn. or LKCOMPTE lets, bibles, prayer books and hymnals cures quickly every kind of cough. .T. W. OAVLEFranklin county. & GAYLE CO. soleagents for suitable' for phristmas That is Dr. Hale's Household Cough at Barrett's, Jan, OllKESKOTHlHGBUYPjLB, y pre'sonts. Cure. It is the best. Are you not UNIVERSITYofVIRGINIA entitled to the best? For sale at 25 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE IiADIKS and 50c. a bottle at Carpenter's drug CHARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. Needing a tonic, or children who want build- known for 10 years as tho BEST store. 2 ing up, should take Next session begins HithSept. Courses In Art, REMEDY FOR PILES. IJKOWIVS IllON BITTEKS. Engineering, Law, Medicines, For announcePrepared brMCIURDSOlt.TAYLOU MED. CO., bT.LOUIS. It Is pleasant ; cures Malaria. Indigestion, to , Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria? ment applyM. THORNTON, LL D., Chnlrmtin. DilluuauL-bsLiver Cotnplulnts and Neuralgia. VVM. I klmts of fur skins ANo for beef hides, "I cheerfully testify that after tiklng Microbe skins ami tallow, at Old Tunynrd, near Ky. sheep MidKiller for lllteeu days I am entirely cured, after land freight depot, on Clinton St. being sick two years with malarial f.iver, and Dec.3-5t- . JAMES SULLIVAN. during which time I contracted other diseases, llux. etc. I was ntemled during this time by three of the best doctors of the city without being bene"WM. DOHERTY, fitted, "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." Fever and Flux Cured. tablets mi eeoKEYE r -- TMENT lC-l- 14-3- t. f .V u- I 4 ? lr ? 7 P I'' Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' fancy Dress Goods. "To And colored and OF- - reduce slock before takin'o we will sell the above goods AT COST. oak invoice KWiNTE 5 Sam K TV" D. 10, 18D&. Johnson them will be upon the basis of straightforward business principles." "And now to . see about iurnnure," . . remarked Uncle Josh, whereupon Polly declared that she had heard so much about Dehonoy & Graham that she desired to go there. The result was thac they were ushered into rfuch a bewildering display that the I & Co., 311 - Main Street vcy- MLAJSKFOJIT KOUNDAliUt ILii FRANKFORT, DEC. N JOLLY UNCLE JOSH. K'i I 31 ft.BKWl"Pk-- y 4' i BE' i i - t"'i ,, bii &Kr il mi ' ' m m w ' i I w v H r , k If,. r sw f. I V Storv of Eeal Life in Frnkfort girl was puzzled at first how to select. "v?ith Real Characters. But she soon yielded to the seductiveness of a magniflcient parlor suit Miss Summers'Polly- - I er dare and a bed lODm set in oak (antique finish). To theso she added a comI- -.'" plete kitchen outfit, and didn't forget But the speaker took a header over a most convenient and ornamental baBht'ulnesB, only to hoar a sweet, writing desk for "hubby" Charles, and "Yes, Charlie." bo he expressed himself, marveled "Can I aspire to tothat is " Again a lapse into silence, followed much that the price of such goods were so remarkably low. by ao encouraging: "Yes, Charlie." Now," cried the old gentlman, lOh, if I might only hope to eric-" "now for a picture of this crowd. In Another failure of language. It good old country fashion we'll go was seemingly a hopeless case, and it down to the studio, and Frankfort might have oeen only for a demuro: has a first class one, that of my "Charlie, I've said 'yes' twice, and friend, Mr. Mattem. His pictures if you mean it, I mean it, too, and are wonderful in fidelity and finish. and--- " I want our photos for my And to this day that young man study, and Borne small ones for will insiBt he popped the question. friends. Mr. Mattem is famous for All this happened away "down east" successfully enlarging and I want to and it wasn't long before there was a give you a representative of 'yours wedding. Not much longer before truly'. Mr. Mattern has the soul of there camie aletter from Polly's Uncle true artist; all his work is a labor of JoBh out in Frankfort, Kentucky, who love in which he will not stop short wrote effusively of his delight at her of perfection." Uncle Josh can now exhibition of what ho called "grit," be seen at Mattern's studio. Ed. and he proposed that if the young "I must not forget," said the old people would locate at Frankfort he gentleman, "to introduce you to E. would give them a start in life. Of Power, the tinner. He iB the party course they accepted, and were soon to do the tinwork on your new house. bidding their friends adieu. A few It's most important that both work days subsequent to the above conver- and material 'should be of the best, sation travel stained party arrived and from personal knowledge I can Kentucky's capital. Our friend Uncle recommend Mr. Power. He has Josh was in charge and headed the workmen especially skilled in to a hotel. party straightway cornicing, guttering, spout "After breakfast," remarked the old work, &c, and as he useB the very .man, "we'll go and buy our outfit. best of material you can depend on To hurry matters I will order a rig having a job at once satisfactory and irom Managan & Darnell's stable. economical." "A pretty good start." The carriage arrived and as Polly said the old man, "and now we'll just viewed the stylish turnout with look over the stove department." prancing horses, elaborate trimmings Here Polly's house-wifel- y instincts and a neatly dressed driver at the had full piay in marvels of kitchen expressed great delight. apparatus. reins, she There ia not an "The Managan & Darnell stable," rein the west that carries a marked Uncle Josh, "is one of the more comprehensive stock of housebest outfitted livery establishments hold furnishing. Every possible thatl know of. isThe three S's -- Speed, piece of kitchen furniture, from a tin Safety, Stylo -- its coat of arms. If dipper to a cooking range, is here in ever you nave to run to an off railroad all styles and variety. If Polly fails town be buro to go there for a rig." to accomplish wonders in the culinary "The basis of a house," said the old art, it will not be for the want of gentleman as they entered the car- superior utensils. Her purchases inriage, ,4ia a bit of mother earth, so cluded a guiding star cooking stove, we'll go to L. B. Marshall & Cp's. a radiant uome neater, a quick meal xeal estate oflico. They control gasoline stove and and an Alaska city property that ia very desirable .and always have excellent bargains "Come to think of it," on hand. It will be woll worth your Uncle Josh as they reached exclaimed while to know them, for if ever you "I must run over to the the street, Nawant to place a loan, engage a relia- tional Bank of Frankfort State get and ble party to pay taxes, collect .rents, check book. with mo or take charge of property, they are another introduce youComethe presito men to call on." The visit resulted and I'llGen. Fayette Hewitt, for of the in interesting Charles in some very dent, you will deal with-tho- m, and desirable property, and an engage- course always pleasanter to be persona drive into the country to it is acquainted with ment for the men you do A'iew some farm property in which ally bank is as these gentlemen offered veritable business with. This the universesolid and "By the way," said Uncle as the base rocks of bargain. JobK, "you will want a builder's risk has a working capital of 150,000, a surplus of $40,000. You on your new house, and fire, light- with them ever ready to oxtend will you on your find ning or tornado insurance any accommodations compatible farm property. Then you can't do a more sensible or satisfactory thing with busines3 principles." "Now my dear," said the old man than to give your wife a paid up policy of life insurance. My friends L. to Polly, "I'm ready to honor any JB. Marshall & Co. not only have lines draft you may make for notions. cheapest companies, of the solidest and best trustworthy The best,town is J.and most popular W. Welch's and place in but they afo expert and we'll drop in here. In extent, quality underwriters." "Uncle," said Polly, "as the inte- and completeness his Btock issupero: the front with the rior of our home will bo my charge, he is always to superior goods and I am particularly concerned about latest fashions, and you will receive the finish I mean as to painting, lowest prices, the politest of attention from an ex.graining, decorating and "Got the very man in my ceptionally excellent corps of clerks. eye," replied Uncle Josh. "My old One of the secrets of the great sucfriend W. B. Bridgeford has the latest cess of this house is that it is connow styles in wall paper and room stantly in the market for the freshest 'mouldings and he is a veritable artist. styles and novelties and has a very He has reduced home adornment to a genius for buying at remarkably low beautiful science. His ambition is to figures. Add to thiB an inviolable policy of sharing nia bargains wun make his work perfect and he is Hiip.nfissful. No one under his customers and you have the stands bettor the true harmony of secret of the house's popularity." Polly was soon ongaged in shopcolors, and under his brushes you will find your home made into a ping, whereupon Uncle Josh calmly palace of neatness and delightful and deliberately winked at Charles. That astute young gentleman followeffects." "Where had wo better buy our ed him to the sidewalk. "I want a feed?" asked Charles, whose mind fresh glass of beer," said the old man, Entering the popular jewelry store was constantly turned to the practi- "and I know you wouldn't object to the old man gallantly acquitted himone, so we'll just drop in and see our self of his promise, and then dfrected cal. '"Why of Williams & Hughes; I friend --Kagin. Ho conducts a most Polly's attention to the superior ought to have thought of that. They respectable place and, by the way, is stock ofjewelry carried by this house. liandleche best kind of feed, and from jujt the man to supply your callers. "There is no other such stock in a long business acquaintance with I'll guarantee the quality of his Frankfort," said he "and I will guarthem I can personally guarantee that liquors. Ho handles such brands as antee the quality to be of tho very you may depend on getting full T. B. Iiipoy, Walker and Old Log, best. Pick out your family clock weight and measuro and the lowest Cabin, and the finest of native and 'while hore," ho added. "They carry a magnificent lino. Don't forget animported wines and cigars." market price. ''Now I reckon," remarked the old other fact," ho continued. "Williams & Hughes pride them"If you selves on their establishing a good man, ''that it's about noon time and unfortunately need optical goods enough to want this is the place to come. They have reputation and' enjoy the cream of as I'm my dinnor at high twelvo, we'll just everything required to improve affectbusiness in their lino. "It will bo profitable for you to know take dinner hero. This is one of our ed eyes and determine tho required them for they make a practice of pay- crack institutions. It is tho popular treatment," ing year in and yoar out the highest place to dine down town. In point "There is just one thing I had almarket price for all kinds pf grain, of faro, Stylo and sorvico you can't most forgotten," remarked Polly, and you may depend upon it that beatitdrtwn East for25 cental reckon. "You know how particular I am whatevor dealing you may have with I declare I don't see how Kagin does about my table supplies, I want full-sized roof-wor- k, estab-lisnme- nt paper-hanging- ." lv it, but he always has dainties I can't fresh eccs and choice nniiltrv nntl find on the market." nice garden produce and" "Exact- "As you are going to farming" re - iy, exactly,'- lausr led uncle- Joan., "I'm. ' A H nl I. ltnill'ilrl uwuia uusu, t... mill "cuu acquainted with vour U"1MU mv v""""1 nnnrl dear, i and fortunately nntiniiH.right Harness. The boss horse milliner es know tablishment in this section io The where to reocomend you. We'll go Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works. to Day & Half. They the They employ only expert workmen leading families here and supply perI wifl and give personal supervision to the sonally guarantee the truth of their minutest details of manufacture. representations overy time, and anThere is nothing in their line that other moat important matter, my cannot be had of them, heavy and dear, is that vou should not rfeglect light, single and double, plain and your larder. That important adjunct fancy, work and buggy harness, they of house keeping controls masculine have them in stock. They carry temper. To that end you must pateverything that is found in a complete ronize a grocer on whom you can stock, saddles, whips, flynets, dusters, depend for honest goods. Through a lap robes, everything that a farmer long term of years I have found or gentleman horse owner can possi- Messrs. Day & Haff thoroughly relibly desire, and as to prices, well, they able. You will find them careful can't be under sold." dealers; always full stocked with Passing along the street. Uncle Josh every possible thing in the line of paused in front of a handsome drutr staple and fancy groceries, first class store. "Here is W. McKee Hardie," no Bneu worn goods there while lie said, "and he may prove to be a the prices they are down to brass valuable acquaintance." tacks." " "But. Uncle, we don't "It don't follow, though," lie con"Oh, know you dont need medicine tinued, "that careful attention to now and imagine you never will. matters of the table need only be But I reckon it won't bo unreasona paid to groceries and provisions: the bly long before this young man will meat question is equally essential." be taking a decided interest in the "To locate the man who carries matter of paragoric, and" "Unclel" constantly choice meatB, clean sau"Well, well, come in. Some time you sages, juicy steaks and game and may want a prescription compounded fish m season, is quite an under and tins is the place. Mr. C. U Uayle ' taking, but I heartily recommend Z. is a competent pharmacist and lias T. Collins. He is chean. nlwavp woll only trustworthy assistants and car stocked, handles nothing but the ries only the purest of drugs and choicest of prime and well condition- medicines." ea meats, ana maues a strong point "Oh," exclaimed Polly as they of combining quantity and quality halted before a show window. "What for the money " a perfectly lovely Blipper." ''Yes," "Hello," oxclaimed Charles, "there said Uncle Josh, "Meagher & Mar goes a buggy just like mine. I didn't shall's boot and shoe Btock can't be ; know vou could find them out here." equaled in style or extent in this see- man," solemnly remarked tion. Come in and look it over." It l Uncle Josh, "you have a heap to learn might have been policy not to have yet; if you had kept your eyes open extended that invitation had not when we were at the Kentucky Uncle Josh known how wise econo- - Buggy and Harness Works you would my it is to trade with Meagher & Mar- - have seen one. Those buggies are shall, for Polly found goods and prices made here and the manufactory is so seductive that she purchased an , an establishment that the whole com- outfit from slippers to a handsome munity is proud or. uome, let us go walking boot. Charles invested in a back and. I'll astonish you;" and sure gents' fine shoe, while Uncle Josh in enough Charles was astonished and dulged in a stout farm boot. JNo one more than that before leaving he needing footware can resist the styles purchased a buggy and wagon. and prices at Meagher & Marshall's. "If there's one thing," declared "As for you, young man," said the the old man, as they proceeded down old man to Charles, "I don't suppose the street, "that I dislike about our that personal decoration- will be ob- orthodox domestic economy, it's the jectionable to you either. You need custom that expects our women folks g a dress Buit a regular swell to burn their faces over a hot oven, finish, you know, "and and meanwhile fretting their souls very happily I can suit you as woll with fears that their bread will be as though you'were in some big East- heavy. I advise you young folks to ern city. We've got, fortunately, one buy your bread at some first class first-clastailoring establishment in bakery; it's cheaper, more convenient Frankfort, my old friends Hudson, and saves overheat, worry, kitohen Humphries & Cassell. disarray and a heap of feminine temCharles was indeed pleased to find per. My friends Sower & Ahler, conthat he could make selections for a duct a very superior bakery hist full dress suit from a stock of as ele- down tho street, and their bread iB gant goods as could be found in the tho best in town. Their pastries are eastern shops, and 'was soon con- unequaled and they constantly have vinced that they were master of their on han.d a large stock of choice conart. fections and native and foreign After Charles had fitted himself fruits. with a neat and late style business While in the bakery Uncle Josh Buit, from the piles of fashionable was observed to examine his bank garments that cover the tables of book somewhat carefully. "I dethis extensively stocked establish- clare," he exclaimed, "my balance is ment, Uncle Josh declared: "Now exhausted. I'll have to go down to you look like a newly married man." the State National Bank and negotiate Before leaving, having found stock a loan." and prices irresistable, Uncle Josh "It is pleasant to do business with also invested in a complete outfit of Col. Hoge." he reported on hia regents furnishing goods, from the turn, "you can get accomodation of latest Btyle hat to a dozen negilee him. Money on lone or short time. shirts. This house is not to be under- large or small amounts, at the lowest sold in prices." rate ot interest and vou don't have "Where had we better buy our to go through a lot of interminable fuel?" asked Charles, whose mind red tape about it either." was constantly turned to ths practi "JNow," said Uncle, "we'll lot Polly cal. cro to the hotel n,lul vnn nnd Lwiill call "Why of J. W. Gaines & Sons; I on the Roundabout You will want ought to have thought of that. They the news every and as this ia handle all kinds of the best grades of the favorito paper I'll subscribe for hard ;and soft coal, and from a long it." Upon rejoining Polly she began business acquaintance with them I to volubly express her thanks. "You can personally guarantee that you have bought us everything," she exmay depend on getting full weight claimed. "Only forgot ono thing," and measure, and the lowest market remarked Uncle Josh, loflectivoly, price. Gaines & Sons pride them- but I can't remedy that, Dehoney & selves on their established good rep- Graham always has a fine lino of utation, and they have tho best trade them and you can got one whenever in the city." you want it. I'll pay for the best." "Let'B Bee, I promised you a gold "W h yl" oxclaimed Polly with watch, didn't I?" queried Uncle Josh great curiosity, "what ever is it?" of Polly. "We'll, ita a -- a baby buggy, "Tho place of all places in town and" 1b M. A. Selbert's, so we'll go there." But Polly had fainted. I I ..-- I. - WL -. I rWQ Ol J ercf?∋ TiTrw,l!4?.a 9 J WW ! y 3S--J S 1 k NXiliLJ 1iII2-J.- 371 jp (JfU L VXD Hnr " Sale. one-quart- er I J j FHOXTINfi ON OF ana Versailles tumpIKe THK F1UNKFORT road, within three miles 0 the c ty ot Frankfort, Kentucky, ami one-h'imile ot Hoge's Station, one uml miles of Jett depot, po&tofllre, Aeon the railroad connecting Fiankfort with Lexington, iind within one and a qu liter miles ot Simmit station on the Kentucky illdlmd Uall-roiThe improvements coinist of a dwelling of six rooms. kitchen, porches, cellar, cahln of live rooms, stable, burn, room for housing six acres of tobacco, two wells, els em. springs ami pond; joting orchiirds In be ring of apples, peaches, peir. plums, cherries, grapes and all kinds ot small fruit. Terms -- Eighty nollar.s per acre ash, or a cash p ijment ot not less than two thousand dollars, or more to suit tho purchaser. Balance of purchase money In ten equal annual Installments, with six per cent, luteiest, payable annually or in fewer installments to suit the purchaser. Pusjesslon given Mafch lot, 1SJJ. If not sold, this farm will he for rent. Apply to. d. 20 - Dec. W. U. Mir.L, AN. 5. Paris. Ky. 'V! i Sunday-gorto-meetin- H. G. MATTEM, TUS- - s Piiti'roitir, 1,' 334 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT. KY. Cash Paid. HARRIS WILL PAY THK IIIGHESr for f ur skins, su.-l-i us coon, red and fox, mink, otter, cat, oposum. muskrat, &c; giey new ind old feathers, ginseng and seilow root, SOL n &c. Nov. 12-3- sol Harris. Frankfort. Ky. urtVsTisQCiHTrn. BEST IS QUALITY. I II Ill n w s&v ! wi-e- RMS! if W mi TE'S CREAM m Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rTtpirtdbIUCHlEDSOS.TATLOBIIKD. 1 EMjJEME FOR 20 YEARS .SOL.D EVERYWHERE. GO,, BT.MUIS. The Wanderer. (I Caldwell, the artist, at the Blue Booth Studio, near wooden bridcre. on" ''Baby Day' photographed 50 babies without a single failure and only refused to photograph babios when too late in the day to tret cood However, 30 babies who rosults. oalled too late wore registered and photographed on the following day. This record proves Mr. Caldwell to bo very successful In making pictures of the little ones. Ho also oomoa recommended ns a crayon, water-colo- r and pastel artist of no small H-l- t. ability. Nurseries FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BSILUGLUKASlS ? TREES H. F. HILLENSlflEYER, LEXINGTON, KY. Oct. OF ALL KINDS. Smalt. Funis, AbiwitAOUs, Graph Vinus, mid evi'iythhiK iibiially found In such an establishment. A full stock. Prices Low. 'Wo p.iv ivo agents. Descrlpttvo catalogues on application. Barrett's and salect your Christmas present before tho stock is brokon. 14-3- 1. Go to Wntnft' rr it ,J 11 i't "trr liinrfitfrMf i'r f 11 -- r &&- - - k u ,- '.' , ;l ; tMd'ii S 4 FOR THE v HOLIDAY TRADE! MANY BEAUTIFUL PRESENTS in Cut (Mass, Library, Hall, Vase, Banquet and! at prices from 25 cents to $60. China Dinner and c Tea Sets, China Chamber Sets, and Vases, and oiher articles too numerous to mention. My house furnishing stock is also complete, with many useful goods for Xmas presents. Give me a calL f Prices lower than any other house in the city. Bric-a-bra- found c AN be Lamps Piano JOHN T. BUCKLEY. . f V) Shining Example OUR GOODS AND PRICES ' V vl OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. DWARD CLAASSEN, -- ZE:R-Auain:a..i Drop around and see what we can do for you in holidays goods. Plumber, GasSteam Fitter -- Fruits, Nuts, Plum Puddings. EVERYTHING GOOD TO EA.T. AND DEALER IN- - Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, IPE AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTBNTION GIVEN TO Opposite State House, JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. - FRANKFORT. KENTUCKY. J. HEENEY, Religious. lor, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 o'clock and at 7 o'clock p. m. Rev. J. TheSoufh Side Grocer. Co. "WELL BRED, SOON WeF." GIRLS WHO USES Baptist Ciiuhch R9V. W. C. Tay- Frawrt Furniture lOaitulacluni . SAPOLIO Try It In g pastor, will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 and at 7 o'clock p. m., as usual. Presbyterian FirstMcOlusky Blayney. Church D. D., the Have opened Sale Rooms on Ann Street, Are Qiiokl7 Married. ITssrb near Christian Church. House-CleaninJulyi-ly- . "STour m H L. IJ. MARSHALL. W. A. GAINES. ft KV Rev. B. A. CALL Penick, the rector, will occupy morning his pulpit at 11 o'clock and in the evening at Episcopal Church 7:00. HfrirVHAAAAAA'T'ftr'rfuA'ff P SEE 10 GET PRICES L B. MARSHALL ft' CO., VI Methodist Church Rev. H. G. Henderson, the pastor, will occupy morning at 11 his pulpit 7 p.m. as usual o'clock and Sundav-Bchoat 9:30 a. m. The Epworth League meets in the evening at 6:30 in the class room w ol A Prize Word Puzz nvpt A.MATION : The following misplaced letters constitute when properly arranged of the nameot the most popular music publication on the continent, ami the publishersthe Oakadias T Music Folio are oHeiing a Prize Competition in connection with it, lira and Increase sole object being to attract attention to their haudhoino publication Comi'nv, and the estithe Music Fouo it As to the reliability of Tuh Canadian where they are best known, contestants Canada, mation n which they are held In Toronto.or the "Menantl e Agencies" or leading Dally m this competition are referred to any In the Newspapers of Canada, who will verify the statement thatw-- Itare the only housefurther, advertises, and Canada thut faithfully carries out what Comnetltlon leading more Ours" Is the 'only advertisement of this kind that The Toronto Globe (the Canadian Newspaper) will accept, which Is but another proof of our Integrity. clrcu-Uitlone flea I Estate ana hjsne 8 HP! Catholic Church The usual qervices at the Church of the Good will be conShepherd ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, the pastor. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass at 10 a. m., andvespers at 3:00 p. m. Southern Rev. W. G. Neville has returned from and will occupy his Midway v Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies, solicit a share of the insurance patronage. Real estate bought, sold or leased-- A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times. ll Presbyterian Church morning at 7 -- o'clock and at p. m. The regular communion service has been postponed until the third Sunday in this month. pulpit 11 CSARIALU 0 IOIOM Kienunt .Span The nubllshers of The Canadian Music Folio will give an $000 (delivered CAltHI Horses Vi1. iTiiitAi ! AGE und HARNESS COMPLK 1 valued at the above three give" a: m Gentliman'8 SAFETY BICYCLE be oeslrelltwth PNEUMATIC TIRE; to the thlid will be given an Elegant Lad)'s OFFICE, 236 MAIN STEEET. DFNOA & choice of 1 free In any cor-recu- i- of Driving Church Rev. George the pastor, will occupy 7his Darsie, at 11 and at as pulpit CHni-sTiA- words (any make A Good Investment! or 50 feet trout, to suit purchaser. For terms L. H. ilAitSUALLitCJ., Agents. apply to TS OFFERED IN THE DUDLEV PROPERTY ON 1 Wuppint; street, west of Mr. S. U. Holmes' residence. This property will be oifored us a whole at a bargain, or It will ue sold In lots ot 40 FOR SALE. THE LATE CAPT. SAM 1 Steele, lying on the Kentucky river, 9 miles, below Frankfort. This property has a good dwelling of seen rooms; all kinds of outbulld-Iugs;- '2 tenement housrs; S tobacco ban.s; Is well watered ami 1ms ouu or the bdbt liiudlugs on the river. A lure portion or the land has ben In grass for muny years, u considerable pait of It being new, and In Hue condition for tobacco. It will be sold us a whole or divided Into two tracts. Possession given on the 1st of next March. apply to L. B. MARSHALL & CO., Frankfort, Ky. For-term- or Gentle- - qMIE FARM OF .Gambling Mania." The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 0:20. O. N. Rogers, Of Adams, N. Y., ate nothing but dry of bread for three years on account He Dyspepsia. that terrible diseaseentirely cured by states that he was and can Dr. Hale's Household Tea greatest now eat anything. This medicine known is Bold at 25 and 50 ' aiv. Dnrsie nreaches at Burning Bush," and at 11 on 7 on "The ''The rthesefenth Ui lm Ad ass VIOL .,T N nUITAl DASJO Vr XxMOtiXi to the pietes , iu iuo menu. "'").,, v Vi!ii ,,t thiil- avm. v Hnmnpt tnr must i "Wher 5T5 cents per package at Carpenter's 2 drug store. Is Marriage a Failure? t'1"1 subscription to our Music Folio. forone the llwt prize and the The uersoii whose enveloi els postmarked llrst will be awarded you know exactly or can person has an equal chance, and others In order of 'merit Every answer will be given an Elegant UFRIOHT will be llrst person from the Inst sending a correct answerquarter PIANO rafted the hours and eiven a GentlHnanTFlne 'SOLD SANDJZ WTCH, which strikes to the second froin the n"u tothedrul bow at pleasure, and valued at $800; TIRE; to the third an ANTIQUE !S S'lilvv v nicYCLF f nny WeVurtfi from the last an 4NTIQUE OAK BfiDRUOM FLOWEB KPKB(NK! to Aundsome SILVER TEA SERVICE, to the sixth from SUITE- - to the tlftli from the last a PIANO LAMP; to the seventh a dozen each Quadruple Plate Silver i)iSiiri?4 ii iimmtlfuid SPOONS- - to the eighth Irom the lust a FINE CHINA TEA SERVICE in pieces? tofte ninth iwlrof genuine CROWN DERBY VASES; to thn Ul zes order of merit and manyoi ent f ron the 1 st u FRENCH CHINA FWH SET.utjpiiicaniicumitaei pt rui.&3Is made for boxing or packing prizes. The W slmll correctai'swer.) . No charge , naiieJ "of will be published in connection with our advertise- - twoF.NT 'ntn'B FOR SALE. rniiE PROPERTY OF COL. J. STODDARD X Johnston, on Second. Tilrd and Shelby streets, soutli Fraukiort, consiBtinu or one larie brick residence an J ion valuable bulldlni; lots. We consider this property the "Cream of the Market," as it ! unquestionably the best to be had In the c.ty. I ( you wish u desirable locution lor u home, we would udvlse you to purchae one of the lots, while they are to be had L D. MARSHALL & CO., Agents. SIL-VK- B A Frame Cottage A LOT CO BY 19J FEET, IN Is oirered lor sale. U In good repair and Is well located. Apply to L. O. MARSHALL & CO.. Apents. 7 ROOMS, WITH OF South Frankfort, Tlils-piopert- y 1 Have you been trying to get the best out of existence without health in your family? Have you been wearing out you life from the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and Are you sleepless at Indigestion? night? Do you awake in the morning feeling languid, with coated tongue and sallow, haggard looks? Don't do it. A shout in the camp tells how Aunt Fanny's" Health Restorer has cured others; it will cure you. package free. Largo size 50c. at Chapman & Williams. They are absolutely given for the purpose of We handle all lines of hheet music, and are i he "House" in the trade supplying the consumers direct nn wholesale price, which is have against sire to win jour patroi ..go. We have outlived the prejudice that the "Fake" by uiimii upufous vnvv roMPETITION brought about mlvnrttsHii to L'lvepublshers ofbut havegJournals andeverything, ven everyi, nnt contains tlFe following copyright musi- chlni'we 'udvertl. mils iiioniu-ilMuFAIRY ECHOES." REVERIE. in . mfDDWiTtii WAT.T7.T?5?. DON'T CRY." "FACES," (comic bong) UTSI1 LITTLE GIRL "SPRING WHISPERft." MORCEAU. "OVER THE WAVES." WALTZES. WALTZES, Great Success "ANDALUCIa" ou pages in ait. J vv.'ii jvio. "Jill jlUilir.n n vie you ever saw In the muse If this is NOT HYKARTHEGREATE3T VALUE argument. No answer will line, write be noticed your money without quibble or i.s .mi we will rcf unl SO stamps, within thirty days after this advertisement apcents In that UoeH pears. Address: iiipfto Ink theclFculatlo i MsffiftffKffl?A of our Folio. e theKng iiu.dimu.i'ouv.to "rlze-wnners- FOR RENT,. DEdHtAW.E AVERY rooms, on nrondwnv. For terms apply RRICK RESIDENCE OF to L. D. MHR8IIALL & CO., Agents. FOR SALE. MURRAY mllE EXUM PROPERTY. ON 1 street, consisting of u brick residence ot 5". rooms and about two ncres of laud. This property Is well located und on account 'of the largo lot will be n good Investment in addition to nink- ing a vpry nesinibie Home. For terms apply to L. B. MARSHALL iXLV.. Agents. . Farm For Sale. Frankfort, lying between the Owenton und Peak's Mill turnpike roads, containing DR. WM. MORRIS' FARM 5 MILES V v.v".. FROM Farms For Sale. i j ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF I 'I three rooms. 100 acres of land,. with moderate Improvements. s 220 acres of land of line uuullty, with llrst-clas- 1al Canadian Music Folio TORONTO, CANADA. 1 MENTION THIS PAPKK. Jtt. 40 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. is offered for sale as n whole or intwo or more tracts. The Improvements consist of one resl Improvements The above three tructs of land are located on a donee, three tenement, thrfce tobacco bariiB, best This Is one of the iTlTllB locatod'fnrms In Franklin good tunipiko road, live andto u half miles from YAnMfllAHlrilhll) COUtltfV II F. ankfort. For terms upply nnnlv anil lonillll home. For terms, Ac. apply toL. R. Marshall & ' Agents. Ky. Co., agents, 283 Muln St., Vrankfcrt, 380 OIRIESI -A-- ji. L. ' , 'J.'.i. ." ft'-if- rj - " faitt 4 Jtt b I'AtviiTinffwnBKn , 7pwjrno "7- - ".js n 7W New Goods, Fine Watches and Jewelry! , ;; A FINER ASSORTMENT THAN EVER BEFORE! IIP retty -- 1N- Christ m. as Of -- - Presents . A.11 Kinds HSTo-- w 2cead 3r! DIAMOND JEWELRY, Heart Lockets, DIAMOND -:- - SOLID GOLD WATCHES, Gold Filled Watches, Silver Watches! ;&imUo & M. A. SELBERT, 233 ST. OLAIR ST., FRANKFORT, KY. Change of Time. PENDANTS, G,atWm Se- - Necklaces, Cliatelettes, &c. Now L. & N. Bridge. o Real Estate Transfers. Catherine C. Peyton to Charles and Lee Webb, for $482, 19 acres on Flat Creek. Michael Gallery to Augustus Williams, for $200, a lot on the Versailles e. m $? IfcV with tho order of December 12th, the Kentucky Midvtho Secretary of War to raise tho land and the Queen & Crescent RailIbridgea across the Kentucky river, ways will make considerable changes .the Louisville & Nashville railroad in their present time of trains. See column. in has at last arranged for tho construc- time table another tion of a new bridge at thiB city. Salvation Oil has the enviable disAn engineering corpB arrived in tho tinction of being a synonym for cure city this week and prepared plans of rheumatism, neuralgia,as gout and sciatica, kindred affections, such .and specifications for the new ticdouloureux, etc. It is growing .structure, which will be elevated more popular daily. The people win five and eight feet above the have it. 25 cents. present bridge, so as to admit of Fans, Fans! In compliance en Handsome Christmas -- Presents - hfi. i 4..- I 8 H r-- ford. W. H. Switzer to John H. Switzer, for $100. the undivided one-ha- lf inter steamboats passing under it at stages Our fine and artistic collections of est in 28 acres of land on North n Creek. of water that have heretofore made fans will be offered from now until &c. the bridge an obstruction to naviga- December 25th at a discount of 25 per Dr. Hale's Household Ointment, contract for tearing away cent. tion. The t. Sam D. Johnson & Co. the old abutment has been awarded To be found at Is the finest remedy in the world. ito Mr. S. T. Pence, who will begin A laree invoice of Sterling Silver It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures work as soon as the new maThe Novelties just received at LeCompto Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures terial is on the ground. t. Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum contract for the iron was given to a & Qayle Co.'s. in the most soothing manner. Cures Michigan firm and the stone will be It ia Excursions for Christmas and Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. brought from Pennsylvania. Holidays, via Tho Queon Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be who have Been the plans & Crescent Boute. J aid by those will present a very taken internally. A positive specific hat, the bridge for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, .substantial and ornamental appear-anc- e Deand greatly facilitate the neavy Round trip tickets will be sold De- Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: increasing traffic of the road under cember 23d to 26th inclusive, and which the present weak structure has cember 31; also January 1st and 2d, different from all else; superior to all good .a number of times within the past all of which will be 1893. to return else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. All agents Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpefew years threatened to collapse. until January 4th, 8 The road should now erect a hand-.som- e have instructions to sell excursion nter's drug store. and commodious passenger and tickets to principal points throughireight depot here to take the place out tho United States. Please call on The "Golden Rod" Souvenir Spoon is a beauty, and can bo had only at of the old, dirty, insufficient building' them for information. G. "1TE pledge ourselves in favor of D. room t. at which passengers, for want ofin , General Passenger Agent, Edwards, LeCompte & Gayle Co.'s. Cincinnati, the obliged to stand out are often Ohio. Games, alphabet blocks and fancy weather waiting for the train, and of customers from t. .then the citizens of Frank 'ort wi 1 baskets at Barrett's. evercharge, adulterations and misstatements. The laws of health are taught in have no cause to complain of the road's eftbrtB to furnish ample ac the schools; but not.in a way to be of FOR DYSPEPSIA, ZETZESZEjIE TIES -A - TDIEj for every one with Indigestion, and Stomach disorders, toko commodations for the largo volume much practical benefit and aro never IIUOWN'8 IRON BITTERS. the merchant who does most for his customers. draws from this illustrated by living examples, which All dealers keep It, SI per bottle. Genuine has of business which it in many cases might easily be done. If city. crossed red lines on wrapper. and some scholar who has just contracted of monopolistic If persons would brjng to bear the a cold was brought before the school rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. same amount of common sense, in so that all could hear tho dry, loud buying a remedy for bronchitis, cough and know its significance; see of the people's burden cough, cold and croup, that they do the thin white coating on the tongue, and buyer's bugbear tax profits. of their family sup- and later, as the cold developed, see When Baby was slcfc, wo gare her Castoria. in the purchase plies, they would never fail to pro- the profuse watery expectoration and When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. cure Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. thin watery discharge from the nose, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. not one of them would over forget thera Castoria. Born. what the first symptoms of cold were. When she had Children, she bvo The scholar should then be given Saturday, to the wife of Mr. Mike Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely, YOU BUY that all might see that even a severe .Meagher, a son. cold could be cured in one or two Sunday, to the wife of Mr. Quinoy days, or at least greatly mitigated, when properly treated as soon as the v Gaines, a son. This remedy symptoms Sunday, to the wife of Mr. Thomas firstiamouR lor appear. is its cmea 01 uuukhd, ZHeffner, a daughter, Maria Florence. colds and croup. It is made especially As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our and business record"in support of our claim for RAIR, Sunday, to the wife of Mr. A. B. for these diseases reliable is the most medicine prompt and most SQUARE DEALING. Hammon, a son weight eleven known for the purpose. 25 and 50 pounds. cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Monday, to the wife of Mr. druggi3t. We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, Phythian Saffell, a daughter weighand the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction Deserving Praiso. ing eight pounds Francis Taylor. of age or class, and behind our promise stands We desire to say to our citizens, our splendid stock of "Vot makes dot slimull baby shmlle vhen bo's ft that for years we have been selling ashleep? Does ho dink lie vos bluylng mlt some von Dr. King's New Discovery fo Elk-hor- Turnpike near the toll-gatA. F. Quire and others, by Commissioner Cromwell, to Milton Smith, for $1,200, a tract of land containing 06 acres on Benson Creek, near the old Examine the large line of- Lady's Desks, Parlor Tables, Fine Chairs, "Leather Couches, &c, 14-l- 14-l- New-Year'- s R. ROGERS & SON. Our Platform DPX20X,E30T'I02sr ZFIKOjEaZIZBITIOIbT ZESIEjXDTXOI'IOlSr 14-l- -- 14-3- trade-mar- AS VOTE - INTELLIGENTLY! (KtIMv ?' Der nurse say dhose shinties vas iler sign ho haf colic-M- ore like dot ho (lhreams he vas haling some frolic; I reeds dot oldt nurse mlt green iibbles some day, Und dhen eef slio shmlles, I pellet vat she say; Vhen dot baby got cramps ho find somedlng to do Oxcept shmlle und blay und keep oup hees" "AH-(ioo!- " bJ ifiucklon's Arnica Salvo, The best salvo in the world for Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hhoum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guarThoro is a Bost anteed to give satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. In everything. In Ointments Dr. For sale by Phil. OAnPENTEn. Hale's Household Ointment stands at the head. It is offocting more wonAlbums, music rolls, wall brackets, derful cures and giving greator satisfine writing pads and paper weights faction than any other remedy in the world. For outs, bruises, burnB, at Barrett'B. sprains, frostbite, chilblains, chapped Holiday Goods. hands and lips, eczema, salt rheum, piles, &c, it haB no equal. Wo claim We aro offering boautiful'things in groat things for it and guarantee what cut glass and china for tho Christmas wo olaim. It is the great pain and trade. Call and see us. skin cure. Put up in 25" and 50o. t. Sam B. Johnson & Co. For boxes. Large size choapest. by Phil. Carpenter, druggist. Castoria. salo Children Cry for Pitcher's. 14-3- Consumption, Dr. King's New Life lJills Bucklen's Arnica Salve md Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every rime, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. For sale by P. H. Carpenter, Druggist. i Hnk Both tho method and Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant oaros ENJOYS results when Boots and Shoes, 14-l- and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and liowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the. only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and ac- The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranceptable to tho stomach, prompt in teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. its action and truly beneficial in its See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. effects, prepared only from tho moat healthy and agreeabta substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have raado it tho most The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists. not lmvo it on hand will promay cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FIANOISCO, CAL. Y. NEW YORK, N. LOUISVILIS. Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. t Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. .M .. ', fjjijtflLjiftT noroB m WBC1 5W I 3TWI KfH WfWK&!K "Y 8 m? iupptBVr-- - sv. A The Headquarters for Christmas Goods at : n i r (TTD TTTTTTT? Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Gloves, Dressing Gowns, F, , i ' Smoking Jackets, Traveling Bags. B ':, Crutcher & Starks. Crutcher & Starks. Crutcher & Starks. V(' Crutcher & Starks, I' N.' Full dress Shi. ts, Full dress Bows and Scarfs. Full dress Collars and Cuffs,, Full dress Patent Leather Shoes. ' Full dress Suits, Full dress Caps, Full dress Cuff Buttons and Studs-Chu- ck full of Christinas Presents. Full dress Overcoats and Ulsters See the Infants' Fancy Shoes; for Silk Umbrellas Ladies' Shoes and Boots, Men's Shoes and Boots. Boy's and Misses' Shoes and Boots. Jw"1 r "0Ba3TB?3EK .rt.v5S'.lcs" HOBT. A. THOMSON, JR. FRANKFORT AND LOUISVILLE. Advertised Letters atPrankfort,Ky 10th, 1892 : ER x wtfiatuimwmifiii ijikmi w wiwMMn s& mrxi.xsis, WM. CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- va The Musical City. Prodigy of It will pay you to look at our clothRemedy, ing before you purchase; you can Moore's Poultry save fully 25 per cent, at Ed. Harris' Below will be found n list of advertised This letters for the week ending December old stand. TS HIE OLDEST I'OUTRY REMEDY ON THE f. W 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures if Hopson, HowelH. Judge Chas. E. Kinkead, in the Anderson, An- Hamilton. Joe drew Covington Post of Friday of last Beatty, Nele Hanford, James week, says of Frankfort's musical Calf, A. J. Jacobs, Col. Henry W. prodigy: Czaszka. Franz .Peck, Mrs. J. M. Frankfort lays claim to the musical Glide, Kitly Price, John prodigy of the United States, if not Cook, Lee of the world. The name of the youth- Craignyle, Miss Smith, Miss Addie Scoot, Mrs. Mary Sail e ful phenomenon is Robert A. ThomWalker, Daniel son, jr., son of George B Thomson, Degam, Thea Gridley, Miss Weaver, Rev. Jos. of this city. M. Luella Robert was named for his grandfather, Robert A. Thomson, Pfor Glin, James many years the popular County When cnlling for these letters nuy adJudge of Franklin. The lad is only vertised. 7 years old, and is an almost perfect J. M. Savfell, master of the violin, mandolin, guitar . Postmaster.and piano. As for the banjo, he can "almost For fine collar and cuff sets and make it talk." lie plays entirely by photograph cases oall on Guy Barany rett. note, and can read and play 14 3t.' piece of music put before him. His touch is delicately sympathetic and Glad Tidings. his execution marvelous. He wears two gold medals, trophies The grand of his prowess as a performer. The ing malady specific for the prevailof first was awarded him at St. Louis Liver Complaint,the ago. Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, over fourteen competitors. The last General Debility, etc., is won this fall at Galveston, medal he Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This Texas. the He plays with the greatest compos- great herbal tonic stimulates sysdigestive organs, regulates the presence of great audi- tem to vigorous health and energies. ure, in the ences, entirely absorbed in the music Samples free. Large packages 0c before him, albeit he, is a modest, Sold by Chapman & Williams, 40 sweet-face- d fellow. little He is now under the instruction of LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARCincinProf. Wolfe, the KET. nati artist. Later on he will be sent abroad and every advantage afforded FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, Cos-tivone8- 8, CHOLERA AND GAPES. RJSAX, &STATB AGBNT. More then pays for Its use In the extra production of Bt- 3- - S3 & (Set a trial box. - Franklin una the tdjolnlng countle. uft alio give tpAclal attention to the purohno and sale of real estate, collection ef rfnta.cuUnt, aud the jegotlAtion of loom. 1nri9R- -l ii will TJI7ILL PRACTICE IN TBJt COURTS OF ' CHAPMAN I & WILLIAMS, f it i Dn. E. C. Wbst's Nerve and Rhaih TreatDRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION ment, n guaranteed specific tor Hjsterta, Dlzzl-- 1 ness, Convulsions, t'lts, Nervous Neuralgia. Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET OOODS by the ue i Headache. Nervous Probation caused AND SUNDRIES. of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness. Mental l)e- nrestlon. Softcnlnsof the Drain resultlnc In In-- 1 sanity and leading to misery, dec y and death, April Premature Old Age. Barreness, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermaof the brain, torrhoea caused by or box contains one month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. -- AT for $5 y. seir-abu- se e, House and Lot FTTBLXC SA3LE. WILL OFFER AT PUDLI SALS. AT THE door In tne city of Frankfort, on Court-house Jan.Su-ly- . Will practice in all State Courts. fice becond floor, Custom Mouse. Of- (On WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. Kentucky Midland By. Shortest an.d Quickest botween tfsnBPw I i well-know- n p Common lugs not colory 8 50 9 00$ Common Colory lugs Barrett has the best gold pens and Medium to good colory nicest writing tablets in the city. 13 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 50 14 00 Medium to good leaf. 17 00 Sol. Harris will sell you clothing Good to fine leaf. for less than some people can buy Select or wrappery 25 00 tobacco them at wholesale. 14-3- Robert is exceedingly bright in all his studies, and far advanced for one' of his age. He is in the Fourth Reader and Third Part of Arithmetic. He reads the newspapers with as much avidity as a grown person, and keeps up on all the topics of the day. 'How did you discover his genius for music?" asked the Post correspondent of Robert's father. ' When he was a baby. When he would cry we would have the baby wagon rolled to the side of the piano and he invariably quieted and commenced thumping the keys with the keenest satisfaction. This was before he could talk. It was not long before ho could play a tune. He was with Prof. Mauer taking a lesson when that noted musician dropped dead from his chair. They wore alone. Robert made no outcry, but quietly putting the instrument in the case walked down stairs and calmly said to his aunt: "Prof.' Mauer fell over dead, auntie.' " him. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Sales on our market for the week justclosed amount to 2,774 hhds., with receipts for the same period of 1,623 hhds. Sales on our markot since January 1st amount to 150,943 hhds. Sales of the crop of 181)1 on ourmarket to I. KELLEY, DR. date 120,471 hhds. We have had a remarkably active situde, (dl drains and market for new burloy this week. BcforoA After Use J log of jiower of the OF CINCINNATI, O., will tic at the Photographed from lire. The sales embraced 008 hogsheads of mtBmimmmmmmmtmmmiKmmKm Generative Organs vIn cituci da, wu or trie excessive youthrul the 1892 crop of tobacco which sold oseoftolioeco, opium, orIndiscretions,which ultimately FHOSESlSrZ HOTEL, stimulants, at prices highly satisfactory to leadfo Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Put up pocket. Trice carrv in the vest convenient form sellers, the highest price being $21 In n packnee, or 6 to$8. IN LEXINGTON. KY.. for with every f J per 100. Our market for old burley written guarantee to euro or order wqglve a Saturday, Doo. 24th, 1892. rofunu the Circular free Went by mall to any address. has been firm and active without any plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address, material change in prices. HEMORRHOIDS (Pilet) cured without surglca MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Branch Office for U. 8. A The following quotations . fairly operation and with little or no pain. Sit Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. represent our market for burloy REEEHENOES . FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KY., BY 12-'J- Only direct line between the house and lot on Long Lane alloy, opposite Hayuon Demur the Gas Works, known as the property. The home contains two rooms nnd a Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Car kitchen, lot 60 by A'ttk feet. TERMS OF SALE-O- ne half cash, balance In lisle, Haysville, Cynthiana, FalWst. DEMaR, We will pay the above reward for any case of twelvemonths. Midway. Ky. Dec. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Ueada?ho, Inmouth and Covington digestion, Constipation, orCostlveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They are ASK MIDLAND- tlurely Vegetable, and never fall to give satlsfac-FoFOR TICKETS VIA KY. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, containing 80 pills, 25"cents. Bew.ir ot counterfeits and Imitations. The genuine manufactured only by AN ORDER OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY TllllSIOHirGElTULSTHDlHDTIHL THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, Court, the. Frankfort safety Vault uiid Trust ILL. Forsale by all druggist. Company has been appointed administrator of TIME TABLE DEC. 12. VSSi. the estate of Samuel Calu.ese. deceased. All persons knowing themselves indebted to Bald M IP M A same, and all estate are called upon to persons having claims aimlnst the same are No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS E AST. MANHOOD RESTORED. to present them properly proven. "8AHATIVO," the Wonderful Spanish FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT k TRUST CO. t'.U0 12 45. Lv. Frankfort 4 45 b) Fayette IIewiit, President. llrmedy, Is sold with a fl.Uti ' 4.01 12.C& Lt, Summit . . Nov. Written Guarantee J. A. Scott, Attorney. 1.1U Lv. Elkborn . . 4.60 0 11 to euro all Nervous Dis5 (XI 6.18 1.25 Lv. awllzer , eases, such as Weak fi.!U 6 J7 Memory, Loss of Brain 1.45 Lv. stamping Ground Power, Ucadnche, c.aj &2t 1.65 Lv. Dtivuil Wakefulness, I.oatMan. 6 44 2.05 Lv. Johnxon 5.MJ hood, NerrousneM, Las- send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money If the treatment does not effect a cure. Gu irantees Issued only by THE Le- COMPTE & GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, FrunKiori, Ky. To cure nny case. With each orderrecelved by as for six boxes, accompanied with $5.(10, we will I Taxi. 2, 1B93, CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT. $500 Reward! 10-t- d n. Notice. 16-l- v $ I 1 ed 1 W. . Lv. Georgetown Lv. C. S. Depot v, Newtown I Lv. Centrevllle. . Lv Elizabeth . . . Ar Paris .... ... C ...... .B . . . 0.G2 6.60 7.IW 5 Sif fi.42 6.6a C.UI 20 2.4S 3.05 0, I'A It 7.18 7.23 7.37 V !Utl 3.U0 3.45 C.05 0.15 M I L X P M 1 TRA1N8WE3T. Lv. Purls Ar. Elizabeth Ar. Contervllle, Ar. Newtown . Ar. O S. Depot Ar. GoorRetown Ar, Trash (dark) or damaged trash tobacco, crop of 1891: $0 50 tobacco Common Colory trash... 8 00 Medium to good colory 9 00 $7 50 9 00 13 00 9 50 V H. AURlHt CARPENTER, Druggist. 13-l- 13 00 15 00 14 00 17 00 t. 25 00 32 60 f. Ar. Elkhorn Hcrberlch, Frankfort, Ky. Ar. Summit Rev. L. P. Hulett, Benson, Ky. Ar, Frankfort , . A 8.30 McClure, Frunkfort, Ky, A. II. (V. J. Hughes. Frunkfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. A connects with L. A N. Jns. M. Wlthrow, Frunkfort, Ky. B connects with Q, A C. and L.a O connects with K. O. KELLEY'S ofllce and residence Is at 259 DR. RESIDENCE PROPERTY OF TMIK LARGK may street, Cincinnati, except SATURI Mrs. P. B. Hunt, lately occupied by (en. P. WestvcEighth day ot each weekand where he - The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecevery W. Hiinlln, situated at the south end or Shelby be afound lJimrlifita ilpHnrlmtlir tnpfin ilfaAJluAH tions form thb shortest and cheapest route to all north, street. Bouth Krunkfo t. There are 25 acres In mill thn mode of treatment sent free to anrone pointsfurther south itnd west. Information apply to their agents. For the place, nil In icrnss excopt the garden. W. I. KELLEY. M. D., uodresslng C. D. BERCAW, by E. B. WEITZEL, location for a dairy. City TIcKet Agent, Gen. Pass. Agt. rankchinn! GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Bupt. CONSULTATION FREE. FitANKroiiT. Sept. 24, 1802.-V. South SHcIcj. W. McKee Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. Frankfort, Ky. J. A. Scott.Gober, Frankfort, Ky. Dr. E. M. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. Jonnson Ar. Duvall Ar.SuimplntfGruund Ar. Swltzer B. iNo. 2. INo, 4 H.V0 6.32 R33 M.2 8.H8 6.40 6.51 8 47 K.rO 7.01 10.S5 7.1(1 No.8No.l2 4.25 4.4$ 4.W 5.15 5.42 6.62 7.05 7.15 7.35 7.65 8.10 8.20 . At 10.12 10.48 10 65 11.10 11.10 H.'W 11.30 7.17 7.23 7.80 7.44 7.60 7.60 8.05 ; ' iv !;. SB2VjKjflHHCB9HP9Elw9EsHsiw!S