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Number 15 Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 14, '92. kjcXllajCLo THE CITY COUNCIL. Appointment of a Board of; Health and Other Minor Matters. Tliore was a full attendance at the regular meeting of the city council RoYa! THE KENTUCKY RIVER. jl j& Powder ABSOUTECr PURE last Tuesday night. The resolution to purchase fire hose was, on motion of Mr. Darnell) passed, the Mayor's veto to tho contrary notwithstanding, by a vote of eight yeas to one nay. Tho license of Barg & Ginsberg was reduceded from forty to twenty When I get up early Christmas morning1, 1 will beso glad if I find one of those pretty POCKET KNIVES sold by fa'" portion of Eastern Kentucky as well dollars. Col. Thomas Rodman, President of as the commercial advantages of H every town and county along the tho Farmers Bank, appeared and Steps fox a Mooting of Delr gates asked that tho assessment of the river border. in This City to Memorialize bank property be reduced. He said Congress. that it was placed at 10,000 for 1891 A Chance for a Bargain. ' ' and at 815,000 for 1802. On motion of The citizens and merchants in parMr. W. H. McMillan, of Paris, offers Mr. Darnell, the valuation was fixed ticular are awaking to the fact that for sale in another column the farm at $13,000. the small appropriations made by of his father, the late Robert McA communication was received Congress to the Kentucky river will Millan, which lies near Hoge's from Mayor Tobin stating that he not insurn for many years the com- Station, on the L. & N. railroad, pletion of the work of building the three miles from this city. The had approved tho resolution In regard to paving and curbing, and also that locks and dams to improve the navi- place is well adapted for a fruit farm, gation to the headwaters of the river. dairy or market garden, and can be which authorized the payment of the They have discovered that there is a had at a bargain by any one desiring Capital Gas and Electric Light Comgreat waste of both time and money such a. place. Read Mr. McMillan's pany's bill. A petition requesting a reduction to the Government, which larger ap- advertisement and then write to him of his drug store license was repropriations would easily overcome. at Paris. ceived from Mr. McKee Hardie and Though the river has been under the referred to a committee. OF control of the United States GovernMr. Sayro's Class- of 1849. it A motion by Mr. Darnell, that the ment since 1880, the money which Gas Committee notify the ComCongress has dribbled out for the The St. Louis Republic has this pany to place ten or twelve Gas incandesimprovement since that time has to say of tho school which Prof. B. B. w,' cent lights on the bridge to tho accomplishedjnothing more than to Sayre taught in this city: South Side, cut off the two end gas put the four old locks in good condiFAMOUS GRADUATES. lights and burn the two middle lights tion and build ono new one, practiUB. B. Sayre, a pedagogue, teach- after twelve o'clock, was adopted. cally', in other words, extending the ing a small school at Frankfort, Ky., Mr. W. W. Alexander, agent for navigation only from this city to turned out the most remarkable Each Department Complete With- High Bridge. The failure to accom- class in 1849 that ever graduated the Louisville and Nashville railroad said John J. in this city, notfied the council in a hfrom a school-room,- " plish more is not due in any sense to a want of efficiency on the part of Dixon, of San Antonio. "Mr. Jus- letter that be would have the engine tice Harlan, of the United States the officers who have charge of the Supreme Court; Senator George G. house bell tapped exactly at ten - improvements. of o'clock standard time, as received It is merely thq re- Vest, Gratz Brown, Missouri, ' who was nominated for direct from the depot at St. Louis, if sult of the appropriation, which is i" on the Greely tioket the city could arrange its fire alarm barely enough to build ono lock and in 1872; Thos. T. Crit- box at the depot in a convenient And useful articles. Our Mr.. Brower has just returned from the dam at a time. If the amounts were tenden, of Missouri; Eastern markets, and recer.t purchases, bought increased, the contracts could be let Adlai E. Stevenson, Senator Joe manner. A motion to that effect was BE on a larger scale and the necessary Blackburn, of Kentucky; and John adopted. especially for the Mason Brown, one of the most promMr. Haff moved that a new clause in timber and stone be gotten out to inent lawyers of Louisville, all walked take advantage of every day in out of the little school-rooas grad- the city ordinance against carrying the season that the weather and stage uates. From there they went to concealed weapons be inserted so as to College, at Danville, Ky., of water will admit of the work. As Centre they graduated in law and they impose an additional penalty of from where it is now, much propitious time and started out in the world to make ten to twenty days imprisonment in the work-housIt was adopted. good material are absolutely wasted their names." A resolution for eight new gas for want of money to keep the work lamps in different parts of the city Bollepoint Election. constantly going on. Whilst tlio fti was lost by a vote of five to four. citizens realize that great benefits are in daily. Everybody invited to examine our stock.' City Clerk Payne was allowed 50 Are coming Tho election for Board of Trustees, already secured to them by the imVisitors and buyers equally welcome. Purchases made now can provements made, they know that Police Judge and Marshal of the for extra services as Clerk of tho town of Bellepoint, .took place on Police and Fire Commission during the ultimate Jplans of reaching the be stored, if so desired, and delivered later. contest was quite headwaters, if they can ever be car- Tuesday and the nvfirvhlifnir TMlRKftrt the month of February, 1892. A motion by Mr. Shaw that a comried out, will open to the counties onirlf.orl off quietly. Following is tho re- petent person bo employed to numalong the river and to the cities and tawns for reasonable distances Up sultthe first named five trustees are ber all new houses and and bor others from which tho numbers and down the Ohio river, a tide of those elected. had disappeared, the work to be done & TRUSTEES. rewealth in coal alone, at greatly 38 at tho expense of the property owners, duced prices, that cannot be corn- - Geo. E. Caples figures. Coal, iron and the W. L. Pence 40 was defeated. puted in Mr. Richardson moved that a 39 in the counties S. T. Pqnce finest timberiabound . penetrates and it J. N. Crutcher 40 Board of Health be selected which in which thisriver 36 shall hold office for a term of two only requires the building of five or Jas. G. Brawner 15 years, which was adopted and the six more locks and dams to enable L. G, Ohoate 23 following members chosen, viz: First vessels to go into tho Three Forks, at Wm. McOloy Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, graperies. 21 Ward J. W. Johnson; Second Ward Beattyville, which will carry them Job. Smith Dr. Sam. E. James; Third Ward 12 forty miles further In the "North Fork, W. H. Netherton to Jaokson, in Breathitt county. 22 Dr. Sam. B. Holmes. S. E. Corner Mam iiud Broadway, Lexington, Ky.. S. W. Howell Mr. Mastin moved that the Street With the object in view of memoPOLICE JUDGE. Railway Company be notified' to rializing Congress to make large ap- N. 39 place the streets along the line of its propriations for this river than in the W. I. McDaniel 21 MoKeo Hardlo T past, route in proper condition. It was the business men of this city are MARSHAL. adopted. arranging for a request to the county 35 judges of tho counties along tho line R. W, Owens Sheriff Noel, in person, mado a re17 quest that tho city pay tho Stato and of tho rivor, both above and below W.S. Polsgrovo county taxes on Cove Spring property this city, to, appoint a number of for the last five yoar3 while it was in their citizens as delegates to meet in Curable. Heart Disease possession of the city. The matter '.Frankfort some time during tho month of January. Louisville, "MadiThe truth of this statement may be was roferrod to acommittoe composed son and Cincinnati, which will derive doubted by mauy, but when Dr. of Messrs. Darnell and Had" and the fc.V wvitiVi f.lin nm. Franklin Miles, the eminont Indiana City Attorney. nrlinnfnrrn specialist, claims that henrt disease ' plotion Tho council adjourned to moot of the improvement of is curable and proves It by thousands ' also bo asked to of testimonials of wonderful oures Again next Tuesday night. the river, will have representatives at the mooting. by his now hoart cure, it attracts tho Nervous Prostration. Action of this nature, presenting tho attention of the millions suffering with short breath, palpitation, Irregloss of time andjmonoy, the. mineral ular pulse, wind in stomach, pain In A largo manufacturer, whoso affairs resources of the counties to bo side or shoulder, smothering spells, were very much embarrassed, and reached, the groat benefits that will fainting, dropsy, &c. A. F. Davis, who was overworkdd and broken Silver Creole, Nebraska, by using down with nervous exhaustion, wont 'M.t flow to a largo section of tho country four bottles of Dr. Miles' New Hoart to a celobratod specialist. Ho was Cure, was completely cured after told that the only thing needed was twelve years suffering from heart to bo roliovod of earo and worry, and disease. This wonderful remedy is have a ohango of thought. Tins docBold by J. W. Gaylo. Books free. 5 tor was more considcrato of his paf, improvement aro taking in itsspeody tient's health than of his financial 4 completion, It Is believed will have W. L. Coppersmith, the Jew- circumstances. Ho ought to havo H tho desirable effect upon Congress, advised him to use wants of ative Nervine, the Dr. Miles' Restorand secure such appropriations hero-- eler, caters for the best remedy for 16-t- f. nervous prostration, sleoplessnoss, after as will hasten the work more the people. dizziness, headache, ill effects of spir - than a dozon years, a period of itself Sol. Harris will sell you clothing its, tobacco, coffee, opium, &o. Thou,. of immense importance to tho for less than some people can buy sands testify to euros. Books and and; prosperity of a vast them at wholesale. trial bottles free at J.W. Gayle's. 5 JultfSO-ly- . The Hardware Merchant for He has some fine ones for Papa also. 25c Truly, BI30"7"1TIZI. AN UNEQUALLED DISPLAY i - Holiday Goods. NOVELTIES Vice-Preside- nt or ' Vice-Preside- nt '3 e. P Christmas Trade . ; I , I T ! '. BR0WER,S00TI &FRAZEE. t W f. VAL I WWaje!.-'b- , 'JMrfflliii'iii i "5siHtei fAjai.k&iS '.'A,; ''ti.:i A. A w r I i fll 83 JCLj T We invite our friends and the public to call on us if they wish to save money on goods in our line. He rse Shoes. S3..S0 ner kef. Wall Paper, 3 cents and upward. Large Sissal Ropt 3 cents per pound. "' Shot, 6y cents per pound. Steel Nails, per keg, $1.90, base. Trace Chain., per pair, 35 cents. Cutlery, Oils, Hest Firmer Chisels, 15 cents up. Wire Nails, per kep, $1.95, base. Hunt s Axes, 60 cents. Carriage Holts, per packaqe, 70 per cent. off. Window Glass, 80 per cent, off list. Hunt's No. 1 Hatchets, 45 cents. Chains, Disston's Hand Saws, Si. 10. Varnish. Rock Salt, 60 cents per '100 pound. Door Locks, complete, 20 cents. Pad Locks, 10 cents. Diamond Dye, 5 cents per packape. Alabastine, 25 cents per package Sherwin & Williams' Mixed Paints, Si. 45 per gallon Harness, Boys' Saddles, S2.35. Guns, Patent and Plain Grate Baskets, 4 and 4 Germania Mixed Paint, Si. 10 per gallon. per pound Bridle Hits, 15 cents. S. & W. Family Paints, 15 cents. Sewer Pipe, 70 per cent, off Collars. Buggy Harness, $6. 50. Brushes. Outside Hlinds, and 5 off. Buggy Whips, lb cents and upward. Ridirg Bridles, 65 cents. 50 -"' IRON ROOFING, M1LBURN L -- Jwl jwnir" V" OTT T WIRE, 'J" 1 li WAGONS, &C ' - cents Tro3r Suirries, Blacksmith's and Wagon Materials, Belting, Sash and Doors, Paper Shades, Crockery, Iron, Shot, Shells, Cartridges, etc., at the reduced prices. charged at regular price. wortli N. $175, for $i4S- All goods sold on time r 1 tf "7$ Cor. Main and Lewis Streets Personals. Mr. Ed. O. Leigh is home from a b COLLINS & BRO WILLIS-STANTO- Opposite the Farmers Bank. , trip to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mason are visit ing in Louisville. Hbn. Zach Phelps, of Louisville, was here this week. Officer Hub Whittington is ill and confined to his room. Mrs. Ben Brown, on the Leestown road, is critically ill. Mrs. J. M. Fishback, of Lexington, is visiting her sister in this city. Miss Maud Troxell, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Annie Headley. Mr. Fred Tupper, of Richmond, Va., visited friends here this week. Miss Mamie Downing went to Lexington Saturday to visit relatives. Mrs. Will Dorsey, of LaGrange, is visiting her sister; Mrs. J. G. McLean. Mr. T. F. Poynter, editor of the Shelbyville Sentinel, was here this week. Miss Rose Bryan, of JefTersontown, visited Miss Florence Stanton this week. Misses Laura and Lyne Popper returned from school at Cincinnati last Holt on the Appellate bench next month, was in the city this week, the , guest of Judge Holt. Sunday The Louisville Critic of last says that Mr. and Mrs. Clough Overton have gone to Chicago to make that city their future home. It adds a compliment to Mr. Overton, who, it states, is appreciated by his employers, the proprietors of the Old Kentucky Woolen Mills. Mrs. Overton is well known in this city as Miss Lucy Stockton, and her many friends here will be glad to learn of her husband's business prosperity. MR. ALEXANDER jor Henry T. Stanton, is a favorite in gentlemen's first prize, a silver pen Secures a Promotion From the Louisville & Nashville Railroad. night. Miss Fanny Gray, of Jefferson county, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Sneed. Mr. Wallace Kelly, of Hopkinsville, is visiting his cousin, Mr. Will. H. McOlure. M,rs. R. P. Pepper and daughter, Miss May, returned from Chicago Thursday. Mrs. Sam D. Johnson visited her aunt, Miss Mary Harrison, in Lexington this week. Mrs. Humphrey Evans, after a visit to relatives here, returned home to Indianapolis Tuesday. Mrs. T. H. Bradley, of Georgetown, is visiting his mother, Mrs. L. F. Woods, on High street. Mrs. Will Anderson Gaines is visiting her parents at Warsaw. She will remain until after the holidays? Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis, or By reason of the recent shortage of a Louisville & Nashville officer at Cincinnati and theefllcient management of the company's business by the agent in this city, Mr. W. W. Alexander, who has been the agent here since Mr. E. P. Bryan received his promotion, has been notified that he will be made the company's agent at Cincinnati, the order appointing him to take effect on and after the first day of January. Mr. 'Alexander has shown in the discharge of his duties here that he thoroughly understands the direction of railroad affairs and can protect the interests of his company at the same time he increases the road's volume of business and makes friends with the shippers in the city. Of course such and trustworthy man is not always in the employ of the railroads and it was a fit tribute to Mr. Alexander's worth on the part of the Louisville & Nashville road to promote him to the important agency at Cincinnati. Mr. John Ogden, of Lexington, who was formerly a telegraph operator and bill clerk for the road in this city, will succeed Mr. Alexander as the agent at this point. . p Indecent Performances Should not bo Allowed in the City. The Roundabout does not want to be placed in the attitude of chronic grumbler, who in its own opinion of its ability and morals should be "Belair," this county, are visiting given the duty of regulating the afMiss Margaret Lewis, Bellopoint. fairs of the whole city, but it believes Miss Jennie Robb, of Duckers Sta- it voices the sentiment of the best tion, has removed to this city and citizens when it states that the pertaken rooms at Mr. J. M. Todd's. mitting of the exhibition of such an indecent Col. and Mrs. Hiram Berry and aggregation of vulgar, Mrs. W. L. Cannon returned home women as in the May Davenport from Hot Springs, Arkansas, Satur- Company, which performed hero Wednesday night, was an outrage to day. bo too Mrs. W. L. Hammond, who lias been good society which cannot condemned. visiting her son, Mr. A. B. Hammond, severely Admitting, as some claim, that in returned home to Smithfield Thursthe performance there was nothing day. to which one would reasonably raise Mrs. R. Rogers and son, Leslie, and more objection than to any other granddaughter, Nannie Hammond, company in which women appear in returned from a trip to Louisville tights, the conduct of those women Thursday. y in the company who went about the Col. Jo. 0. Bailey, the celebrated streets of the city handing their adBugologist, of Versailles, came down vertising billB to the citizens, disWednesday to visit his bran new played enough brazen impudence great niece, Miss Frances Saffell. and evil design of prostitutes to disthe least Mrs. Dan Thompson, ofEddyvillo, gust the man who entertains respect for the womanhood which it is learned from a telegram to her gave him his mother and sisters. brother, Mr. Gordon Hockensmith, of j Tn iustico to Mr. Ed. Gaines, the this city, is seriously ill in that town. lessee, it should be stated that the Miss Aida 0. Poindexter, of Green- company was booked before ho as wood, Mississippi, who has been vis- sumed charge of the opera house, and iting relatives in this city and county that he endeavored to cancel cne for several months, left Thursday engagement, but found it could not be do no without the riBk of a law suit. morning for homo. However, a lino should bo drawn and Judge James H. Hazolrigg, of Mt. the City Council should take action Sterling, who will succeed Judge and define that lino by an ordinance. , society, who will carry with her the and the second prize a seal card case. The Celebration of tho Nuptials best wishes of a large circle of admir- The score of thirteen by Mrs. Labrot of a Well Known Society won tho lady's first prize and twelve ing friends. Couple. by Mrs. Chapman the second, and a Social Events. score of thirteen by Major Norman The marriage of Miss Ruth Stanton and Mr. L. D. Craig necessitated cutMiss Mamie Leech entertained her ting, and the first named secured the to Mr. George L. Willis, which had been looked forward to in society friends Monday night at her homo on first prize and the last named the second. The following were present circles for some time past, took place Arlington Heights. at tho Methodist Church Wednesday A number of young people enjoyed at the game: Mr. and .Mrs. Wickliffe Chapman, evening at seven o'clock. Tho church a dance Monday night given by Mr. was crowded to its utmost capacity, Morris Nickles at his home on Thorn Mr. and Mrs. Will Safloll, Mr. and Mrs. L. Labrot. Mrs. Ed. Hensley. and handsomely decorated with Hill. roses, cedar and mistletoe. Professor On account of the illness of Mrs. Major and Mrs. L. 0. Norman, Mr. Wayland-Grahapresided at the or- Howard Black's child, the Ladies and Mrs. Henry Duncan. Mrs. W. J, gan and at the appointed time sound- Afternoon Euchre Club was not en- Hendrick, Mrs. Nannie Duvall, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rodman, Major and ed the wedding march, when the bri- tertained by Mrs. Black this week. G. M Adams, Mrs. Caswell Bendal party entered the church in the Mrs. Caswell Bennett entertained Mrs. nett, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Johnson, following order: Judge Pryor, Senator George AlexanThe bride aitd attendants preceded der, Representative I. M. Quigley, t Mrs. Cornelia Bush, Mrs. Wm. Lind by Mr. Frank Halloran, by the right Misses Kate Green and Lizzie Scott, say, Major Robt. Wingato, Mrs. N. J. aisle, and the groom and attendants and Mrs. W. J. Hendrick at a six Sawyier, Mr. James Dudley and Capt. Lewis D. Craig. by the lofb aisle. Following Mr. Hal- o'clock dinner Thursday evening. loran were Misses Rose Bryan, a Miss Lula Suter entertained the Matrimonial. cousin of the groom, of Jefferson Capital Literary Society Tuesday county, and Miss Evelyn Brown, of night at her home on Arlington Henderson-MoorDr. Daniel R. this city; May Stone, of Louisville, Heights. There was a largo attend- Henderson and Miss Pattie Moore, and Carrie Holt and Kate Halloran ance of the members, and the feature of Georgetown, will be married and Rose Crittenden. Then came of the evening was an address by Tuesday, Doc. 27. Rev. H. G. Henthe first bridesmaid, Miss Minnie Prof. Guoin, of the city Business Col- derson, of this city, a brother of the Van Derveer, who walked alone and lege, who was enrolled as a member groom will officiate. Miss Moore, in front of the bride, who was accomwho has often visited her sister, of the society. panied by her sister, Miss Florence At the performance of Robin Hood Mrs. O. R. Crutcher, of this city, is Stanton, the maid of honor. here. Mr. Sam E. Blackburn preceded in Hood last night, the right hand box the left aisle and was followed by Mr. was occupied by Miss Christine ReyA son of Mr. M. D. Pusser, a mer Edward L. Stanton, the bride's broth- nolds and guest, Miss Westfelt, of chant of Gibraltar, IN. (J., was so Pep- badly allncted with rheumatism for er, and Mr. T. F Poynter, of Shelby- North Carolina, and Miss Maria H. Alexander, of per and Messrs. John Cannon, Robert a year or more as to be tumble to ville; Hon. George work or go to school. His father con- Louisville, and Lieut. Gov. Mitchell Pepper and Geo. L. Payne. Tho left eluded to try Chamberlain's Pain box was occupied by Col. Thos. Balm on the boy. Alford, of Lexington; Mr. Vernon L. hand It soon cured him aud ho has since walked 9iie and Clark, of this city, and Hon. A. J. Rodman and party. miles to Carroll, of Louisville. Mr. Oliver J. At tho entertainment of Mrs. L. 0. a halfschool day. school and back 50 cent bottles for every Cromwell, of Louisville, as the first Norman Friday afternoon of last sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist. groomsman, followed alone, and the week of tho Ladies' Afternoon Euchro groom and his best man. Mr. Harris Club, there wore seven tables and the Pino Aristo-PhotoJohnston, of Superior, Wisconsin, score of thirteen won both the first I will make fine closed the procession. At the altar, and second prizes. Mrs. W. J. Hen. during the holidays at the, regular which was beautifully lighted with drick in cutting securing the first, a price of photographs. H. G. Mattern. waxon tapers, tho party took posi- silver after dinner spoon, and Mrs. surrounding tho Sam B. Holmes thesecond.au almond tions in a semi-circlChildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. contracting couple, who were stand- dish. ing with their faces to the audience. The dance at the Executive ManRev. W. Scott Willis, of Bourbon sion Friday night of last week 'was MOST SUCCESSFUL county, a brother of the groom, per- attended by a large number of young formed thp ceremony, and in reverse ladies and gentlemen. Tho Misses order to their entry the procession Brown were assisted by Mrs. John EYE, left the church and repaired to the Young Brown, jr., of Lakeland; And Chronic Disease Specialist In tho Stute. home of the bride's parents, where Misses Ethaline Wall, of Maysville; the bridal party and a few relatives Henrietta Blackburn, Katio Green and trends were served an elegant and Mrs. J. M. Van Derveer. Sax-ton- 's supper. The ushers, besides Mr. orchestra furnished the music, York The Halloran and Mr. Blackburn, were and Pargny, of Louisville, the sup- City, celebrated Specialist, formerly of New Mednow (insulting I'hjalcl'iii of Southern Mr. John M. Rodmad and Mr. Stod- per. ical Institute, of Louisville, Ky will be at the CAPITAL HOTEL, runktort. dard Johnston, jr., of Louisville. Tho Tuesday evening Chief Justice Thursday, bride wore a white satin gown, trim5tli, med with duchess lace. She carried Holt, in view of the severance of his returning every lour weeks. DR STOCK DALE a bouqnet of lillies of the valley, official relations this month with tho has hint jeurs of experience In the largest hospitals In the country, Ih sweet violets and hyacinths and had Court of Appeals, and in honor of his the best colleges, itnd li isiiKr.nlti.Un of several of for u uunibel of guest, Judge Hazlerigg, his successor madeuweclutyot nllchroi.lcund surgicaljears her vail looped with a beautiful diaHe treats successfully and does not take elemond pin, tho gift of the groom. The on the bench, entertained at an the ease unless n cure chii be guaranteed. assoAcute and Chronic Catarrh. Ringing In Ears, maid of honor wore a light blue can- gant supper at his home his Do.ifness, Disease of the Eye. Eur.rtuse. Throat ciates on tho bench of tho Appellate Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Bladder Troubles, ton crepe and carried a bouquet of Drlght's Dlseuse, IJlubetes. Dyapepslu. ConstipaSution, Hheuinatlsm aud L'aralysls American beauties. Tho first brides- Court and also the judges of tho Epilepsy or Fits positively cured. maid's gown was a corn color China perior Court and the court attaches. men, suffering from Young or mldd Spermatorrhea, Impotoncv, silk. She carried yellow roses. The Judge Holt will be succeeded by of errors or exctsses, shouldEruptions, theItresults cml before Is too rest of the lady attendants wore Judge J. H. Hazlerigg, of Mt. Sterl- late. We guarantee a cuie If case has not gone too far. white silk and carried pink roses. ing, the first Monday In January, on After supper the happy couple took which occasion, by reason of the AUD SKIN DISEASES. their departure for a trip to Wash- shortest period before the expiration BLOOD ington and Now York. They intend of his term, Judge Bennett will As tho Chief Justico of Kentucky. cured Syphlllls, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., by remedies. to return tho latter part of next week Disease of Women, such us Lucorrhea, Painful and occupy rooms at tho residence of The Matrimonial Euchro Club was Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, Hearing relieved In short time. Capt. John W. Headley and take their entertained Wednesday night by Mr. Down Pains In Back ull his portable Instruments The Doctor carries pa and Mrs. Sam D. Johnson. There und comes prepared to exumlne the most obscure meals at the home of tho bride's medical and .surgical cases. Ho undertakes no rents. Mr. Willis is well known here, were seven tables and tho prizes wore Incurable disease, but cures hundreds given up to die. having been tho correspondent of the tho most elegant that wore over Address Consultatlou freo und confidential. Courier-Journa- l in this competed for at tho games in this and Times city since tho Constitutional Onnvon-tio- n city, tho ladies first prize being a STOCKDflLE , W. first mot, and his bride, tho royal Dresden oup and saucqr, tho nw1 lnintffi1 Iniirvlif art r( fn - second prize a gold salt spoon, tho LOUISVILLE, KY. JWIWIK BIIU uk.uui.wu u.ufa..l.wl w. i e well-know- n s. Aristo-Photograp- hs 14-3- t. e . H4 r t B ''it' i w. I m EH, T)MT DR.STOCKDALE. I January -- (lis-ets- bo-co- never-fullin- g .f 1.1. I., I I ' litVi blrtMifliKO .d'lh Wwm uy 'flF ww? w ii '' ' rwv,r "V" "VPl, T"1-- ?- "HrW 3 r'f Hudson, Humphries Cassell Such Bargains, Saeh an Assortment, Saeh Elegant Goods. , , SUCH AN ARRAY OF CHRISTMAS GOODS! Ixx o"UL3r lino a, jsTSLm never shown :o. JrstjnJLc:rt before. -- BeioW wo give a list of goods suitable for Christmas presents. They are all new and of the latest styles. , - GLOVES, t NECKWEAR, FINE-- SUSPENDERS. ' n't r . kJt 6 COLLARS AND CUFFS, SUIT OF CLOTHES,' WALKING CANES, LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, FULL DRESS SHIRTS.' MUFFLERS. UMBRELLAS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, SCARF PINS, FULL DRESS CUFF BUTTONS, ' TRAVELING BAGS, OVERCOATS, Children's Fine Hats and Caps, SHIRT-SHIELDS- , (New style.) HATS, DRESSING ROBES, SMOKING JACKETS. re MOjcpai gesso -- w ,x on, HumphriesCassell a great deal of comment at Lexington's expense, one man maintaining that it is a queer state of affairs that caused Lexington to come to Frankfort for water, and another that the reservoir was made to leak and run dry because the people couldn't get used to the taste of the water. Another said that if washing clothes was all tho use they had for water, it verified the story told of a Kentucky Colonel who related his terrible experience of thirst on a fishing trip. He said he got lost in the woods and for three days not a drop passed his Corner Chat. member of the Legislature, looking on at the largo crowd of people in the city on county court day and the sales of almost every conceivable thing from a churn to a farm, said: "It is an interesting sight to see this monthly gathering of the people from all parts of the county. It is keeping up the old time county court days that we read about but which, in my part of the State, have long since been abandoned. You might say that Frankfort, in retaining the custom is made the meeting point for the a general exchange of goods, a kind of a monthly fair whero every body keeps buying and selling from early morning until late in tho evening. One man told me that while some very good horses, mules and cattle wero were certain old X often sold, there plugs which tho owners made use of to trade around with each when busi ness was slack merely to keep their hand in. Ho said that ho had one old horse which he had tried to got rid of for the past Ave years, but that while he had sold him as many as twenty times in that period, he invariably turned up again and came back with such new trie Its and designs that he would be deooived and buy him before ho was aware of the identity. He said that tho.last time ho sold the horse ho wont into the hands of a far mer in another county and ho then congratulated himself that at last ho would never roturn. On county court day last month, tho closing transaction of tho day just at dusk, was tho old plug, which he recognized when he got home by his loss of two front teeth and tho turning inwardly of his fronc hoofs. The farmer he unhad disposed of tho derstood animal on his way homo to a resident of this county. Tho man said that if tho horso wero a mascott ho wouldn't object to his roturn to him, but ho could not discover at tho end of tho year that ho was any tho gainer or loser by his monthly attendance hero on county court days." A to-da- Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy f BUGGIES, HAMESS AND FAEM IMPLEMENTS u lips. When found he was unconscious You can get vehicle a painted or repaired injfirst-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow Si qo on the bank of a stream. One listener less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. asked if the stream was dry. Tho Colonel answered it was not, and then the listener said: SUCCESSORS TO O R. & CO. "Well, I don't see how you could suffer from thirst with a stream of water close at hand." court-hous"Water close at hand?" reported tho Salesroom,' opposite Factory, South warehouse. Colonel with scorn," "and what has water got to do with a man being s CRUTCHER e. thirsty?" A friend said Tuesday: UUUW, tllllll UUllLlilUU 1UUDU1I "Do you ix. zklave to-ctib- bug-g-- t i.xnr r-i- BID. March 20-t- f y . ' j Mr. I. N. Williams brought his force laundry girls to this of thirty-tw- o city from Lexington last week, and with them a groat quantity of Lexington's soiled clothes to wash in the Kentucky river water. It occasioned Upon a request of Auditor Norman for tho sheriffs of the State to meet at his office and suggest to him the 1891, form of keeping their books as may Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, best suit the requirements of tho law and the needs of all tho counties in for six miles, at a million dollars a IE. B. OXJOI2ST, mile, and there aro now no less than the State, there wero about fifteen present at tho meeting yesterday O--. as. nPJEnsnDLE-S- , 2,000 men employed on the work. who suggested various forms and Sayre Rodman, of this city, has a splon-di- d Business writing, Shorthand, Business Correspondence, position with tho company there, offered many good recommendations Book-keepinfrom which tho Auditor will make his Typewriting, Commercial Law, being their cashier and general busi choice and adopt such form as may Grammar, Spelling, etc. Hess manager. A son of Mr. Mason seem to him tho best devised to Arithmetic, Night hchool from September t6 June. Tho backward pupils answer all tho purposes. is also engaged in the work and Mr. Mulshed. Diplomas awarded. We have tlie bwt encouraged. The advanced Ud6Dt Home school of business Ed. Grant, of this city, is a purchasJ" the State of Kentucky. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. agent. I believe the ing supply Frankfort contingent in Chicago, Act on a now principle regulating which seems to be augmenting the liver, stomach and bowels though monthly, are all doing quito well." cue nerves, a new discovery, ur. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Dr. Halo's Household Ointment. bad taste, toraid livor. niles. cniiRfclnar tion. Splendid for men, women and Is tho finest remedy in the world. children. Smallest, mildest, surest. It absolutely euros catarrh. It cures 60 doses for 25 cents. Samples freey at Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum For pain in tho stomach, colic and in the most soothing manner. Cures ON MAIN STEET, TO- Infiamad and Granulated Eyelids. cholera morbus there is nothing Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo bettor than Chamberlain's Colic, taken internally. A positive specific Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For for Pneumonia. Outs, Bruises, Burns, sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist. Chilblains, Soros of long standing, Albums, music rolls, wall brackets, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: EasEiiiEjit nf diileront from all else; superior to all fine writing pads and paper weights 14f3t. at Barrett's. else; it has no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes. They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in Largo size cheapest. Sold at Oajipen-tbu'- s a Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. short time. 8 drug store. of this city, havejwitk Chicago for tho construction of the ship canal to bring vessels from tho Mississippi rivor through tho Illinois river over to the harbor at Chicago, is an immense undertaking. Tho contract is uuc, A Mooting of Sheriffs. Capital City Business Principal. College. ESTABLISHED Secretary. g, JACOB SWIGERT & -- 45-l- Have Removed From the Batzell Building ' r?i 101 AND 102 ANN STREET, the Capital Hotel. s L CMued at tho aa post-otSc- e s aecond-claa- at Fruukf ort, Kentucky, mailable matter. corporation and anyone of t'be company being liable for all tho debts, the Hotel Company elected to suo Frankfort, Franklin County School Districts. defendant named and case con- and klAf). A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. DEC. 17, 1892. FRANKFORT, QUARTERLY COURT. CasoB Hoard and Disposed of by County Judge Williams. r Cruteher & Starks vs. W. D. Hughes, &c; judgment for 171.23, with interest, against all except Hughes in time. N. F. Richardson vs. Joshua Harvey; judgment by default, garnishee answered 5.55. Same vs. John Rody; judgment by default and garnishee of pay 2.70. Same vs. Clifton Boucher; judgment by default, and pay 4.75 garnishee. Same vs. Moses Brooks; dismissed. Same vs. James Baker; judgment by default! and attachment sustaining order for Miles & Son to pay into court 6.77, amount agreed to be due. Z. T. Collins vs. Joe Downey, dismissed; settled. James P. Bodkins vs. Pat. M. Collins; judgment for plaintiff. R. H. Gray, Adm'r, vs. John Bright-we- ll and M. Lomis; continued until March term. John L. Scott vs. Robert Bucknor; judgment by default to vacate house. Kenyon Hotel Company vs. John Stuart and W. H. Dado, for board bill 14.24 of visiting base ball clubs; re ceipted bill in part produced to affect claims against defendants, but the Frankfort Base Ball Club not being a Tho Quarterly Court, with County Judge Bon. G.Williams on the bench, opened Monday with a small docket of thirty-si- x cases. Tho following orders and judgments woro entered in each Advertised Letters atFrankfort,Ky case: Below will bo found n list of advertised Mastin Bros. vs. J. 0. Peden. Conletters for the week ending December tinued. 17th, 1892 : Wakofleld & Ohoate vs. Mrs. Sarah Alexandor, Ginger Jones, Mrs. John LeOompto; judgment for plaintiff's Beard, J. Lasloy, Mrs. cost. George Ann Bramlette, J. T. Meyer, Edourd W. L. Sanders, Adm'r, vs. John Dewitt, E. W. McReynold, H. Foree; judgment against defendant Dowd, Willie F. Mitchel, Robt. Goldschmidt, for 6.90, attachment sustained; lien Gwynn, J. A. Rowlins, Miss Alia Riee, J. H. for attorney's fee after payment of Gridley. Miss Louella Shelby, Guy court's costs. ' Turner, Miss Huey, John Nancy Clay vs. Henry Rodgers for Haff, Jas. Janoy 15, on account of maintaining child; Hughes. James Waits, Miss Annie judgment for defendant. Hall, Miss Nellie West, F. M. Wright, Mrs. Lou Ben. Webber vs. Lee Sudduth and Johnson, Berry When cnllitig for those letters say adFrancis Moore; dismissed without vertised. prejudice as to Moore. J. M. Sattkll, Carter Hales vs. James Bishop; Postmaster. order filed away. Guaranteed Cure. J. W. Rankin vs. Steve Harris; garnishee; answered not indebted and We authorize our advertised drugorder filing away. gist to sell Dr. King's New DisR. E. Gaines vs. Ben. Emisson; con- covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition'. If .you tinued without alias. Z. J. Montgomery vs. J. C. Peden; are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, same order as case above. and will use'this remedy as directed, H. D. Giles vs. David McAlister; giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottlo filed' away with leave. D. L. Haly vs. G. 0. Hughes, on ac- and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did wo count; judgment for 23 for plaintiff. not know that Dr. King's New DisJames A. Murray vs. John T. covery could bo relied on. Itnevof disappoints. Trial bottles free at Wright, garnishee; not indebted. Phil. Carpenter's Drug Store. The Kentucky Buggy and Harness Large size 50c. and 1.00. 2 Works vs. Aaron Smith; continued and sale ordered. Siberia. D. L. French vs. Matilda Langsford; The Courier-Journa- l of Tuesday continued, says: Wood, Bowen & Co. vs. A. Stedman; Haris' Theater was comfortable judgment for 31 by default. ' filled last night to witness the first disW. J. Scottow $. Pat Collins, performance of "Siberia." The play, missed; settled. by a strong cast, will be on tho boards Walker & Lengstak vs. Geo. Bar- for a week, with the usual matinees. so been played ber and J. W. Lawrence; judgment "Siberia" has all theater-goer- s here are often that against Barber and continued as to familiar with it. The present company is a strong one, and bring out Lawrence. J. 0. Noel and R. W. Noel vs. A. P. all the strong points in a play that is unusually strong. The scenery is Robinson, &c; judgmpnt for 134 very fine. The company sustains the against all except J. 0. Suter and G. interest in the play from the opening E. Wiley, continued with alias to scene in the Jewish quarter of Mosin Suter; served on Wiley but not in cow to the denouncement of the restaurant at the harbor Odessa. time. Charles Brandt, as Nicolia Niagoff, is G. A. Fitzgerald vs. W. B. Luckett; a little weak in the part. This is not dismissed and judgment for defen- noticed, as the other actors and actresses fill their parts acceptable. dant for his costs. Miss Esther Lyons makes a charming Major &Jett vs. Henry Rodgers, Sara. Dallis Tyler as Vera, the dismissed; settled by order of Major. flower girl, and Gertie Liddy, as The Consolidated Boat Store Com- Marie, ner sister, were strong in pany vs. J. H. Told; alias and con- their parts. Siberia will be presented at the tinued. James Heekin & Co. vs. S. B. Rod- Opera House ou Monday, evening man; judgment by default for 47.82. next, December 19th. 0. R. Cruteher & Co. vs. James How to Cure a Cold. Rossell, &c; judgment decided that notes executed by defendants at Simply take Otto's Cure. We know cures plaintiff's request to Deering & Co. to of its astonishing quickerand that it will stop a cough than any be a satisfaction of former judg- known remedy. ment of plaintiff vs. defendants, proIf you have Asthma, Bronohitis, viding that Deering & Co. accepted Consumption or any disease of the throat and lungs, few doses of this them, was not a discharge of defen- great guaranteed a remedy will surdants' indebtedness to plaintiffs, un- prise you. less so accepted by Deering & Co. If you wish to tryjitcallat our store, Same vs. R. W. Wilson; judgment on Alain street, and we will be pleased free of cost, bv default for SO. 70. J. R. Brawner to furnish you a bottlo assertion. and that will prove our and W. R. Duvall dismissed. Chapman & Williams. 45 tinued. The Railroad Commissioners comThe court adjourned Tuesday aftor-noo- n pleted thoir assessments of tho railand will hold its next term roads of tho State for 1892 and filed Monday, January 9th. thoir report with Auditor Norman last Tuesday. A Child Enjoys From tho report tho following Tho pleasant flavor, gentle actionjand shows tho assessment of tho Louissoothing effect of Syrup of Figs, ville and Nashvillo and Kentucky when in need of a laxative, and if the Midland, in Frankfort, Franklin father or mother be costivoor bilious, county and tho various school distho most gratifying results follow its tricts. use; so that it is the best family romp-dLOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE. known and every family should FnANKLW county. have a bottle. 15.000 $233,6i0 15.57 miles y )l n rM lv v9Bb. E! H H 'W ih m B?3 "i for Infants and Children. Caitorl cures Colic, Constipation, Bour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kill Worms, tires sleep, and promotes dl poBtlon, Without Injurious medication. "CMtorlais no well Adapted to children that I recommend itaa cupcrior to any prescription known to mo." II. A. Akchxb, M. D., I 111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. "Tho use of 'Castoria' la so nnWersal and Its merits do woll known that it seems a work of Bupereroeation to endorso it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Cutoria within easy reach." CiXLOt Hartyw, v. v.. New York City. Late Factor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church. Other proporty 13,675 247,225 1 mile FRANKFORT. 15,000 For soTeraJ years I hare recommended your ' Castoria. ' aud shall always continue to do so as it bos Invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Vxnon, M. D.f "The Winthrop," 123th Street and 7th Ato., New York Cit u fl Other property $15,000 12,473 27,473 Tmc CufTACR Cootaxt, 77 Hcbrly Stomt, New York. iti Feb.lS-ly- KENTUCKY MIDLAND. FRANKLIN COUNTY. $8,000 10.02 miles . Other property 85,170 2,600 $87,770 1.01 mile FRANKFORT. $8,500 Other property $8,585 2,000 11,185 Have You Investigated the New Level Rate. Policy of the Provident (Savings Life Assurance Society ? If not, you owe it toycurself, your family and your estate, to examine it before you insure. It is the fairest, safest and cheapest policy offered. Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and get a statement of what it will cost. W. A. McNEELY, Gen'l Agent, MALCOLM FRANKLIN, Lexington, Ky. Special Agent. J. R. Williams, Local Agt , Frankfort, Ky. Nov. 2C-3- SOHOOL DISTRICTS. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE. No. 37 Walcutts: 1' , , Other property JtJJ UI11V.O iWUVUMIMIllHMHI IJJJ.VJVWW 130 $49,630 No. 5 Whites: 3.17 Ab miles $15,000 Other property $47,550 812 $48,362 'A Vi H ' No. 28 Bellepoint: 2.41 miles $15,000 ! Other property $36,150 260 j $36,410 All w SON. i- - H .' Y ) !'A n No. 4 Pea Ridge: 15,000.....' .91 miles Stigers: 1.91 miles 15,000 No. 6 !. 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-- m J. $13,650 28,650 l''.l ft I M.v No. 27 Benson: 2.70 miles 15,000 $40,500 hA Wl Mi 7. r The report assesses the entire Kentucky Midland railroad with 40 miles $8,500 A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks cheap. 340,000 4,225 $344,225 Carpets and . a mile And other proporty Total! J. L. RODMAN Nov. 5 3m; & SON. Co. ,KV- - m The mileage of this road is divided as follows: Franklin county 10.02, Scott 20.78 and Bourbon 9.20. Dr. Halo's Household Tea Is a pleasant herb drink, which positively cures dyspepsia, livor complaints, and all kidney diseases. One dose a day taken at bed time does the business. 25 and 50 cts. per package. Get it y at P. H. to-da- Ffapn Furmtur laifaGforii rj4 K w m Ift Have opened Sale Rooms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. 1 m lilt! Carpenter's drug store. w viy; Frankfort at Coppersmith's. lo-t- i. The largest collection of Souvenir SDOons ever brought to L RHD SEE MS iD tho SET i PRICES If you want a bargain in men's, boys', childrens' suits and overcoats call at Ed. Harris' old stand. f. MANHOOD RESTORED. "8ANAT1VO," all to Tlic Se vices OF n i .i m , m a Holiday Roses. E. IJower has American Beauty, Mareschal Neil, Mermet and Bride Roses, Violets, Roman HyacinthB, Calla Lillios, Coronations, Poinsetta and Heliothropes, cut bloom on hand at his green house, and he will have next week Narcissus and Holly. He has 'also a fine lot of decoration Elants, such as Palms, Ferns,Draconas, Azelias, Stenas and 15-- 1 1. Double White PrimroseB. m Wonderful Hpanlch ltctncdy, is Bold with a Written Ouarantoo Nervous Diseuro eases, Eutli as Weak Memory, Low of Brain m. A. Diehle, Lute Musical Director Mm what you want ab other Go to Barrett's and select ,your places call on us; you Christmas present before the stock is will find what you are broken. looking for, and the If you feel weak prices will he right. and all worn out. take Holmes & Halloran. BROWN'S IROH BITTERS 14-3- 1. 15-i- t. , Odor cases, dressing; cases, collar and cuff boxes, mirrors, shaving glasses, picture frames and holiday books. We are selling all books at cost. If you can't find We have the largest and most complete line of holiday goods ever brought to Frankfort. a friend in Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. If you have never used this great specific for tho prevailing malady of the ago, Dyspepsia, Livor Complaint, Rhenmatism, Costivoness, Nervous, written stioronteo to ouro or rofiincl the Circular Exhaustion, Nervous .Prostration, money, went by nmll thisaddress. Address, free paper. envelope. Mention Sleeplessness and all diseases arising iu plain MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Branch Office for U.S. A. from derangement of the stomach, 358 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. liver and kidneys, we would be FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KY., DY pleased to give you a package of this P n. CARPENTER, DrUflfllSt great nerve tonic free of charge. Chapman & Williams. 45 1 y "Worth Knowing. Many thousand people have found Wotefulnecs, Lost Manhood, Nervousness, Las- Power, Headache, Voiuger Opera Co., as situde, all (lialns and lost of power of tho in Oencratlvo Oicans 111? Photographed from life. lil.u 41Atf AAllDAfl youthful indiscretions, or tho excessive ae of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which ultimately lend to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity, rut up in convenient form to carrv In tho vst iKxltet. 1'ilco a package, or 0 for 5. With every $j order MOfilve a Boforo&Aftor Uso.l Teacher and Director, Can be socured by one or two bunds within rea- sonable distance ol Frankfort. FIUNKFOItT, KY. ,w .W ' Correspondence Address, Solicited. Nov.liMf. h T WILL PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR ALL J kinds of fur skins Also for beof hides, sheep skins and tallow, at Old Tunyurd, near Ky, Midland freight depot, on Clinton tit. JAMES SULLIVAN. Dec. 6t. It will pay you to look at our cloth ing before you purchase; you can save fully 25 per cent, at Ed. Harris' old stand. f. August 13-l- South Sides. Book-keepi- ng & Gommsrcia.1 Courso ply to R. 0. Nicol. For Rent. Four ico houses. 14-3- Ap' t Taught Privately to Adults Only. TABLER'SpilE You can find fancy inkstands, booklets, bibles, prayer books and hymnals at Barrett's, suitable for Christmas presents. 14-3- t. T)00K8 EXAMINED, CONSULTATION (leiltlul. lB-3- CONFI- - E. B. GUION, tit Capital City Business College, OINTMENT and CERTAIN CURE 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Prepared by HI(iUUI)8ON.TiYL0IlUKD. CO., ST.L0EIS. A Oct. UNIVERSITYofVIRGINIA CHARLOTTHV1LLE, VA. Next seaslon begins 16th Sept. Courses in Art, Engineering, Law, Medicines . For announce- ment uPjS.Vltuornton, d clmlnnan known for SURE ll HSi 1 i 2kLJ&Jb:4M,iA'$Jii&iiMk,i mmmMam SffiEfllB n nun ir mi 1" " ?? w ,"' wf mi iw ! I'MmramiiiiTia-gr-i-n- i TT f" wrra 5 ft M TIME TABLE. The following time tablo offeot upon tlio L. & N. rond: TBAINS NORTH. is? now In 'rt I I No.23tonvepFrnnkfort No. 17 leaves Frunkfoit No. 21 tonvnR Frankfort No lOloavoB Frankfort XOAINB EAST. 5:50 llilMi 8:00 7:85 a. m p. m a. m p.m. at Anchorage for No.l81oavoH Frankfort.... 10:20 a.m. 4:40 p. m. No. 20 loaves Frankfort No. 24 arri70H Frankfort .... G.40 p. jn. 8 :65 p . ni. No . 22 eaves Frankfort Noa. 2J), 17 and 21 oonueot at Lagrnago for Oinclnnati, No. 28 and 21 connect 1 Bloomfiolil Branch. W. W. Alexandeu, Agent. JTCANKFOfiT si ?.. ROUNDABOUT 17, 1892. FRANKFORT, DEO. FBANKFORT. I ?f. KF. i Natural Advantages in Abundance and Public Spirit and Enterprise Needed. The Roundabout received a letter thia weok from a Lexington gentleman who formerly lived here and has since Ttopt in touch with the people of this city. The writer understands bis subject thoroughly, and the following excerpt from the letter,doubly emphasized by coming from a city which is removed from a water course and cannot oven supply the Inhabitants with drinking water, not to speak of manufactories which are going elsewhere, is published in the hope that like a doctor's porscription, however distasteful to take, the dose may act like a charm on the disease of indifferencand restore the pubjic pride to sound and quickening health and energy: "Frankfort has all the facilities for a, manufacturing centre; has cheap transportation, is right on the Ken tucky river, surrounded by rich agricultural country, the seat of government, hns fine people, all of these: but lacks that first of all pushing enterprise. Wake up, you standstill his powers of persuasion are groat enough to overcome any opposition to his business in hand, but imagino my distress after all these groat titles had boon hurled at mo to find that I was so awe struck as to make myself scarcely intelligible. It seemed to mo that my head was completely turned by tho many titlod people I had met, and to add to my confusion my friend who introduced mo said: ".Remember tho proper title now for each man, and don't apply a Captain to a Major or a Colonel to a General." It is no easy matter on meeting so many people In one day to oven remember their faces and names and when you add to this a military title, in the grades of which I am almost as ignorant as a woman, your own fanoy can picture the rest. I'm sure that largo cities have many titled people, but visitors raroly meet them and most small towns will have a judge or perhaps a captain or two, but very few if any can claim the honor of rising to the dizzy hoight of a General or Governor, and here, where so many are grouped together and fired off at strangers, the effect is ae dazzling to them as tho display at the Last Days of Pompeii. After I roturn to my burg, I intend to wear a glove on my right hand and only take it off occasionally when I want to honor some particular friend by shaking hands with the hand that shook five Governors and a multitude of Generals, Colonels, Majors, Judges, Captains and Senators, all in one day and one city." pyro-technical Top Drawer. LOOAL. 2 fee for il Jl.v xV-aHn- s,sNOfeS5&Tm registering a letter has boon reduced by tho Post Ofilce Department from ten to eight cents, bo that ton cent3 hereafter will pay tho registry fee and postage on a registered letter, Instead of twelve cents as heretofore. The Fee Reduced The i 5 (Lm Guitar Stolen While tho family wore at supper Monday evening, some one entered the residence of Dr. W. H. Avorill and carried off a fine guitar valued at fifty dollars. Officers Davis and Phillips captured George Graves, colored, as the thief Tuesday night at his homo on Church street and found tho instrument in his possession. Reason Dethroned Mr. TIiob. A. Nugent, of Lexington, who married Miss Mamie Kiernan, of this city, was adjudged of unsound mind on Tuesday and ordered sent to tho asylum. Mr. Nugent was at one time a drummer and lately a member of a grocery firm in Lexington, and is well-know- n to a large number of people hero, who will regret to hear of his affliction and extend their sympathy to his sorrowing wife. Unsolicited. The following testimonial came to us: Konyon & Thomas Co., Adams, N. Y.: Gentlemen For the past two years I have suffered terribly with what doctors call eczema. During ejus time i nave consulted several physicians and used a number of n remedies but could get no relief, until finally I was urged to give your remedies a trial. I cannot say enough in praise of them. At present I am as well as I ever was in" my life and owe my sincere thanks to you for Dr. Hale's Household Ointment and Tea. Any one doubting tho sincerity of this testimonial will confer a favor by addressing, very truly yours, N. Jt McNabb, well-know- Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs 13 taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and f have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. LOUISVILLE. ON pETJOY iMercHFuvrB ) (?j) .STttW (TREET. nrctuujn mtm V u Stockholder's Meeting. ANNUAL MEETING of of Frankrort, Kentucky, OF THE STOCK-bolders The Frankfort Water Co., r. for tho election of five directors and the transaction ot other corporate business, will be held at Its office, In the city of Prankfott, on Sat-0.rd.a3- at 11 o'clock, n. in. 10-4- t. 3Dec. 31, 1892, Secretary. Dec. A. H. MCCLURE, . IV H. I I , f .J I v, ; '? I A The merchants of this city have formed a protective organization by which they know to a dollar every man's reputation in tho city for credit. Recently a young society blade applied for credit at one of the stores and was refused, and in hiB indignation vowed that ho would never buy a cent's worth of goods from that LeomiiiBter, Mass. merchant, but would give all his These remedies are for sale at 25c. patronago to a rival store. The rival merchant also refused him and 50c at P. H. Carpenter's drug store. credit and when the young man.somo capitalist, advertise the advautages time after that, was seen wearing a Swallowfleld. of your town, proclaim your induce- handsome new overcoat, he was ments to tho outer world and try to asked by another young man of equal The W. H. Pickett, seek and obtain some of the enter- financial standing where he had pur- aged 0 infant son of this morning at months, died prising emigration that is looking The poor for better inducements for manu- chased the coat, ho answered: half past 3 o'clock. many weeks. little The Why, I earned this. fellow suffered for facturing plants. "Purchased? Nothing succeeds like success, and The merchants here wouldn't lot me bereaved parents have the sympathy of the entire "Suffer if Frankfort would push and adver- purchase anything from them and I little children tocommunity. mo for of come unto as it should, it would make tise itself such kingdom rapid strides to the front and would had to work a dozen stores in Louis- and is thethqm not. of heaven," The Rev. J. then be wide awake from its long ville before I found a merchant who Headhinder preached its funeral at the sleep and be a suc- would let me get out of his sight 3lip Van Winkle residence of the parents Thursday, cessful manufacturing town. The only way to go about it is to adver- with the coat. If you want one you'll the 15th, at 10 o'clock a. m. tise. There is nothing like printer's have to go to another city, I tell you, The condition of Mr. John Suter ink in its right place, and itB place is because I think I've struck the only remains unchanged. If his physical to proclaim something to the outside condition will ever admit, the ampuworld, and to be continued not only man in Kentucky who wants to do tation of his leg is deemed by his but until its business." physician indispensible. power iB felt, looked into, investigated There is considerable sickness in the and proved. A Herald of the Infant Year. neighborhood. i Frankfort can easily prove her adClip the last or vantages for big manufactories, for century, and thirty years will more from the The Rev. Turner, of Methodist represent the persuasion, the segment natuio has placed them almost at her term preached at the school-hous- e of the unbounded popularity of Hostet-ter'- s door, coal, lumber and a rich last Saturday and Sunday The opening of the evenings. Stomach Bitters. agricultural country, and water at Rev. Polk South, of any and all times. Start your ball to year 169J will bo signalized by the appearance Christian persuasion, preached hero of a fresh Almanac of the Hitters. In which Sunday evening. rolling, ye sluggard, send your circulars, your letters, posters and every the uses, derivation and action of this The commercial school is still promedicine will be lucidly set forth. other means of advertising all over Everjbody should read calender this broad country and induce and astronomical calculationsIt. to TJie found In and gressing. be this assist enterprise to come to this dear brochure are always astonishingly accurate, Several buildings are being erected valley, and the statistics. Illustrations, humor anil in,the neighborhood. little city in the Kentucky reading matter rich In Interesc and full where nature's advantages extend other of profit. The Hostetter Company, of PittsDr. Williams has a splendid cow .her helping hand." They burgh, Pa., publish It themselves. whose sagacity for occasional fun more than sixty hands In tho mechanical work, and more than eleven months In the carried one of her daring feats' to yeuj are consumed in Its preparation. It can tearing off the top of tho Doctor's A Leader. be obtained wltnout cost of all druggists and buggy- The performance was printed In English, Since its first introduction, Electric country dealors, und is Norwegian, Swedish, romantic, but expensive. (orman, French, Welsh, Bitters has gained rapidly in popular Holland, Bohemian and Spanish. Let tho citizens of Franklin county favor, until now it is clearly in tho bear in memory the venerable age. of lead among pure medicinal tonics and alteratives containing nothing Solid Silver Novelties at Cop- Andrew Webster, who resides with his son George. Note the figures, which permits its use as a beverage persmith's. 15-t- f. viz: One hundred and two last June, or intoxicant, it is recognized as the . , can walk, hear and see quite well. best and purest medicine for all ailShortsightedness. ments of Stomach, Livor or Kidneys. It will cure Sick Headache, IndigesJustly Entitled to It. tion, Constipation, and drive Malaria To waste your money on vilo, dirty, from the system. Satisfaction guar- watery mixtures compounded by inanteed with each bottle or the money experienced persons, when you have Dr. Halo's Household Cough Cure Price only 50o. the opportunity of testing Otto's is justly entitled to the praise it is rewill bo refunded. per bottle. Sold by P. H. Carpe- Cure free of charge. Why will you ceiving. Wherever introduced it has 2 nter. continue to irritate your throat and proven itself tho most reliable remelungs with that terrible hacking dy known for the cure of coughs, cough when Chapman & Williams olds, hoarseness, whooping cough, Street Talk. will furnish you a free sample bottle bronchitis, soreness of the lungs and of this great guaranteed remedy? every kind of a cough from a simple A gentleman from Ashland re- Hold a bottle of Otto's Cure to tho cold to incipient consumption. marked Saturday that this little city light and observe its beautiful golden Purely vegetable. Always reliable and effective. For sale at 25 and color was the most aristocratlo place he gest and thiok hoavy syrup. Lar- 50 cents per bottle packages and purest goods. at P. H. Carpenhad over visited. Said he: "Within Large bottle 50c. 45 ter's drug store. a day I was introdnced to five GovernorsBrown, Alford, Oantrill, Hind-maGold-headJust received the best line of clothwalking oanes at and Bryan ten or twelve Gen- ing, and you can buy them lower W. L. Coppersmith's, 234 St. erals, no less than fifty Colonels, fif- than over at Ed. Harris' old stand. 15-t- f. Olair. teen or more Majors, a dozen or less OaptainB, twenty Senators and seven Tho Old Original Romody. King's Royal Gormatour. or eight Judges. Like all people who tho medicine of dwell at a distance from the honored century, Its phenominal succoss the Sick people should not bo deceived as great of tho Stato, I have conceived a'soller and favorite with tho people by pretenders who talk about "germs," "bacollli,'' &o., to such an exalted impression of titlod Is the acknowledged wonder of tho sell their preparations, thus preventBased upon the ing people from buying men as to suppose that their physical medicine world. tho original Germ theory proportions inoreaso corresponding- modern, and of Diseases, it is unique, tested medicine. uRadam's Microbe at once popular, com- Killer" Ib what you need. It is now, ly with their prominence and rank. mending itself as a necessary houseIndeed, as a friend onco put it, there hold remedy. It advertises best by and for years has boon, making more cures than all othor remedies are people in tho Stato who think its use. Speoiflo for all Catarrhal combined. Road their advertisement "Nerve Tonic and Blood diseases, that a Governor, with all tho powor Purifier. a It is without doubt the inthispapor. Don't be docelvod. conferred on him, must be at least most reliable germ destroyer in ten foot high and three feet between and to tho extent that tho For fine collar and cuff sets and tho oyos. I had come to Frankfort germ theory Is correct, King's Royal photograph cases call on Guy Bar113t. in tho stato of mind which amah gen- aooidont but is tho remedy. It is no rett. is tho result of fifteen very good years study of medical genius. For erally feels who has a Children Cry, for. Pitcher's Castoria": 19 opinion of himself and believes that sale by Chapman & Williams. to-da- y, world-famoem-plo) SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. 3'arm For Sale. sonville turnpike, 3 miles from Fmnkfort. Most of the cleared land Is now set in gras3.-nit-h from 20 to '25 acres still in woods and sultuble for tobacco. New house of four rooms, new stable, new tobacco barn and s veral small orcbards.on the place. Will make a good stock, dairy and fruit funn. Apply to J- - S. & I" E. HARVIE, Dec. t. 210 Broadway. Frankfort. 10-2- MiMFlfcrlt'lin'Tfeh CURES ALL' OF KNOWN THE FARM John ABOUT 1C0 ACRES, the Jackthe St. or Chapl farm, on DISEASES Consumption Cured. THE FIUNKFORT ot Frankfort, Kentucky, and one-lmni die of Uoge's Station, one and miles of Jett depot, postoftice, Ac, on the railroad connecting Frankfort with Lexington, and within one and a qmiter miles of S imnnt station on tho Kentucky Midland Railroad. The improvements conilst of a dwelling of six rooms, kitchen, porches, cellar, cabin ot live rooms, stable, barn, room for housing six Several Diseases Cured. acre? of tobacco, two wells, els .em, springs and "I cheerfully testify to the curative nhwr?f pond; young orchards In beirtng of apples, peaches, pears, plums, cherries, grapes and all your medicine. Having been a sufferer from of .small fruit. Terms-Eig- hty dollars per weak lungs, bronchial atfectlon and Indigestion, kinds ash, or a acre cash after taking MIcrobo Killer all of the above two thousand dollars, payment ot not less than or more to suit the pursymtoms have entirely disappeared. chaser. Balance of purchase money In ten equal "Yours. etc., apnu.il Installments, with six per cent. Interest, THOS. L. DAVIS, payable annually or In fewer installments to suit "Janitor Howard Memorial Library, the purchaser. Possession given March 1st, 18D3. "New Orleans, La." If not sold, this farm will he for rent. Apply to T hpllpVA If tn ho nna nf tka Knot n.n AlAn sold. The physicians, tm years ago. said mv wife had consumption, both lungs affected. 1 uae had to send her outh for several springs to keep her alive, but since she has been taking Ream's Microbe Killer she has been right at home attending to her business, and Is lit better ImilMl f ll.l.k duo uti ........ ... (VI years, .null nlin l.nn uewi in &j "It. T. POOLE. Cedartown.Ga." Y, and Versailles turnpike road, within three mllfes of c.ty the lf Farm For Sale. 20 A.GII2ES nF -UND FRONTING ON one-quart- er "vu catarrh, for more ttMn two years past, gottlng most of my sleep silting up In bed orrecllr.ingln a chair. I lint e used one Jug of Ridatn's Microbe Killer, and f.ir the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a shlld. I attribute my relief to the remedy, and heartily recommend it to any one Buffering from usthmatlc or catarrhal trouble. "Cashier In Asthma and Catarrh Cured. "I have been a sufferer from asthma and Dec. W. H. MCMILLAN, 5. Paris. Ky. H."G. MATTEM, -- TEaZE- Respectfully. "EDWIN R. MOORE, Bank of AdulrvllIe.Ga." Feier and Flax Cured. being sick two years with nialarl.il fiver, and during which time I contracted other diseases, Mux. etc. I was atended during this time by three of thebest doctors of the city without being bene- nueu, "WJl. DUHKRTY, "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." PIi "I cheerfully testify that after taking Microbe Killer for illteendajs I am entirely cured, after unite, KY. 334 MAIN STRKBT. FRANKFORT. Mr. Itndam's Microbe Killer Cures all Diseases by ltcnuning the Cause. Send 2 cents stamp for circular and the MIcrobo War, shows what disease Is and what tho remedy must be, and do, ta cure It. Read It, HARRIS WILL PAY THE HIGHEST circulate It and you wnl the discoverer for saving SOL for fur skins, su.-- as coon, red and your life. Address grey tox, mink, otter, cat, oposum, muskrat, Jrc; RADAM'S MICROBE KILL '.R. Nashville. Tenn. new .and old feathers, ginseng and jellow root. c. J. W. GAYLE or LECOMPTE & GAYLE CO. SOL HARRIS. soleagents for Franklin county. Nov. Frankfort. Ky. 12-3- Cash Paid. Jan, 16-l- HOB! 13 QCISTITT. BKSTISQUALITr. HI RVt. JS Ai -- n W . , PBAIN iUfflDMC Wl HH'S GIOM n ed Dn. E. C. West's Neiivkand Biuih Treatment, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizziness. Convulsions, fits, Nervous Neuralgia. Headache, Nervous Prostration unused by the use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain resulting In Insanity mid leading to misery, decay and death, Premature Old Age, Barreness, Lass of Power In either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermaof the brain, torrhoea caused by or Each box contains treatment. $1.00 u box, or six boxes one month's for $5 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. n E RMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. IVtptrodby niaUIlDSOS'TATUmXKD. FOR 20 YEARS CO,, self-abu- se ,SOLJ EVERYWHERE. HT.LOCIS. f. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. 1 Pre-eminent- "Ml-orobi- ," To cure any case. With each orderrecelved by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the mqiioy If the treatment does not effect n cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE A GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, Frankfort, Ky. Kurseries? FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL tSI.MELUKA& $500 Reward! We will nay tho above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They are tlurely Vegetable, and never fall to give satlsfac-Po-u. SugarCoated .Large boxes, containing SO pills, 25 cento, Bewar? of counterfeits and Imitations. The genuine manufactured only by THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, GUICAGO, ILL. Forsule by all druggist. 16-l- TREES H. F. MfiLL&tftf&YER, LEXINGTON, KY. Oct.8-3- ox-istan- Vines, and eveiy thing usually found In such un establishment. A full stock. Prices Low. Wu puv no ngent. Descriptive cutnlotiuet. on application. M OP ALL KINDS. Small Fiiutis, Aspaiiacics, Grape . uts&apnmvma r ,al.l '', f f. yti imiittUfct, ' '1 Ml ifl mmaa 'Jpffm'fWSf' vwwmw$ wvjammj 1 w. I'lTWrWw WFPW -'" p"wPT7rTWFp , mm J CALL AT BUCKLEY'S -- AND SEE THE J PI !i Handsome "r $50 Favorite Range That will be put in the kitchen of the person that guesses closest to the number of seeds in the large yourd now on exhibition. Everv one who makes a CASH PURCHASE OF $4.00 Will be entitled to a guess. 'I he guessing will close at nine o'clock, a. m., Satuiday, cember 31. Seeds will be counted on De- fylONDAY, JANUARY 2, A Shining Example OUR GOODS AND PRICES ' OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. 1993. WARD CLAASSEN PEiLOTICJiL- i V5yi , jjrop arouna ana see wnat we can ao ior you in holidays goods. umber, GasSteam Fitter -- Fruits, Huts, Plum Puddings. las EVERYTHING GOOD TO E&T. J. Holigious. i AND DEALER IN- m 4 4( Fixtures, Bath Ttibs, Sinks, Ciosets, JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. i. W 'IPS AND FITTINGS, ETC. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN ALL WORK Opposite State House. TO m il HEENEYTheSouth Side Grocer. "WELL BRED, SOONED7RLS WHOUSE -- Deaths. Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. Sargent The infant child of Mr Penick, the rector, will occupy and Mrs. Bud Sargent near Bridgemorning port, died Wednesday night. pulpit his evening at Gaines-T- he at 11 o'clock and in the infant child of Mr. 7:00. XWj mJzsl - JAPANESE Rev. J. J. Lucas, D. D., of India, will occupy the pulpit morning at 11 o'clock. Services at 7 o'clock p. m. will be conducted by the pastor, Rev. J McClusky Blayney, D. D4 First Presbyterian Church Oathuuu Church The usunl services at the Church of the Good gwill be conShepherd ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Qorey, the pastor. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass at 10 a. m., andvespers at 3:00 p. m. this city. and Mrs Keelon Gaines, of Louisville, 'died at the residence of its grandfather, Mr. W. G. Sargent, near Bridgeport. Wednesday evening. Bacon George Bacon, aged fifteen years, a son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Bacon, died at his father's home at Peak's Mill Saturday night. His body was buried Monday afternoon. Rowden Miss Emma Rowden, the critic teacher in the Louisville Norman school, died in that city Tuesday and. was buried at Shelbyville, the homo of her mother. Ttfe deceased was a Bister of Mrs. Carrie Choate, of If ILL Sp'" 16-l- APOLIO -- &.re L. 13. Quickly Married. 2Te2st Houso-Oloani- n Try It In Tour W. A. GAINES. .CURE JulylMy. AGuirinteedCurefor Piles or whntever kind Internal, Blind or Bleeding or degree-Exter- nal, eredltary. This Itching, Cliro .Ic. Itccentor Mosltlvely jipv r been known to f.ill. Remedy has $1.(10 a box, 6 botes, for $5.1)0; sent by mull prepaid on receipt of price. A wiltten (iuanintee positively given toeich purchaser of six. boxes, when purchased at one time, to refund tne 5 00 Guarantee Issued by J. W. paid ir not cured. (JAYLE. mill LkCOMPTK.V fYLE CO.. Drmr-clst- s itndrfole Asients. Franktort, K). Gill for sample. MARSHALL. L B. MARSHALL & CO., 1 Property Transfers. I el Estate aid Thomas At Lawrenceburg Monday, The first Mr. Wm. Thomas, the father of Mr. Quarterly meeting for this Con- Chap. Thomas, of Cedar Run, of this ference year will be held county, and Mr. P. H. Thomas, the morning and evening. Rev. Jos.Rand. County Clerk of Anderson county, of Lexington, the new Presiding.El-der,(wi- ll died at a very advanced age and his preach at each service. remains were buried at LawrenceSunday-schoat 9:30 a. m. burg Tuesday afternoon. The Epworth League meets in Milam On Dec. 1, 1892, at the the evening at 0:30 in the class room. residence of his only surviving brothing, Moses S. Milam, in Healds-burRev. George OHniBi'iAn Ohurcxi California, Benjamin R. Milam, Daroie, the pastor, will occupy his in the sixty-fift- h year of his age. at 11 and at 7 as Ben Milam was the son of James pulpit usual. Milam, deceased, was born and Morning subject, "The Childlike raised in this county, and had reSpirit;" night, "Ambition as a Virtue." sided in California about three or The "Young People's Society of four years. His death was quiet and Christian Endeavor will hold its peaceful. About the last words he weekly prayer meeting in the spoke were: "Where is mother?" Gibson Dr. F. II. Clark, Superin-den- t Lecture Room at 6:20. of the Lexington Asylum, notiPresbyterian Church -- fied the authorities Monday that Southern Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his Andrew Gibson, who was admitted morning at 11 to the Asylum from Franklin county, pulpit o'clock. At 7 p. m. Rev. J. J. Lucas, December 2, 1891, had died. The D. D., missionary to India will de- records of the county and circuit liver a lecture. All are invited to be courts do not show such an inquest present. Dr. Lucas will have much and it is thought that Dr. Clark is to say that will bo of great interest mistaken as to the home of the do to the people as he has been a ceased. Col. Thos. B. Ford believes missionary to India for about twenty-fiv- e that Gibson was a resident of Owen county. yearn. Sacramont of the Lord's supper For alh An open front coal will be colebrated at the morning stove, tile lined and good as new, is There will bo preparatory offered for sale at a bargain. Also a service. services this (Saturday) morning at a "Now Process" gasoline stove, only used one season. Apply at this office. 11 o'clock. Methodist Church ol . g, Ambrose Polsgrovo to S. T. Pence, for 675, house and lot on the alley, the extension of Lewis street. Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies, solicit a James A. Violett and wire to Rob- share of the insurance patronage. Real estate ert Lee Nixon, for 300. a lot on Long A good line of both city and country property bought, sold or leased. for sale at all times. Lane or Petticoat alley, in Frankfprt. Magg'e J. Gaines 'and husband to John W. Gaines, for 1,800, a lot on OFFICE, STEEET. Clinton street, between Lewis and Ann streets. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McCoy to Mrs. Sarah T. Parsons, adm'r of R. R. Parsons, deceased for 600, a lot on Short street, South Side. imw Apis, 236 MAIN He finds it "a wonderful cure for a bad cold." Mr. Wm. F. Anderson, 1 S OFFERED IN TUB DUDLEY PROPERTY ON qUIK FARM OF THE LATE CAPT. SAM 341 Water St.. New York City, N. Y., Mr. b. It. Huliues' 1 Wapplug btieet, nest 1 theKentiicky "I have resilience. This property ofWill be olterotl as a belowbteolo, ljlngon This propert) river, 0a miles gives this indorsement: Frankfort good has found Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup the whole at a bargain, or It will be sola In lots of 40 dwelling of seten rooms; all kinds of outbuildor DO feet is represented to be. apply to Iront,li.to suit purchaser. For terms ings; 2 tenement houses; 3 tobacco ban s; Is well wonderful cure it L. MAuoUALL & Co., Agents. watered and has one of the bust landings on the It is just the thing for a bad cough." iler. A larito portion ot the land has been In glass for many ear, a consldeiablo pait of It being new, and In lino condition fortobaico. It W. L. CopperMiiItli ghos the strictest will be sold as a whole r dllded Into two tracts. attention to his repair department. If Possession gl en on thelstof next March For L B. MARSHALL CO., j our Natch or clock stops, take it to Cop- rplIE PROPERTY OF COL. J. bTODDARD terms apply to Ky. Frankfon. persmith, the Jeweler. J. .Johnston, on .Second, Third and Shelby A "Good Investment rOR SALE. I r k FOR SALE. I fc 15-t- f. Buy your gift and standard books brick residence and leu valuable bill Id nt; lots We consider tills propel ty the He keeps the Market," as It is unimestlonnbly "Cieuiu of the from Guy Barrett. tae best to be best. had In the citj. If ou wish a desirable location W-3- streets, Frdiikfoit, consisting of one large t. A Frame Cottage A Horrible Railroad Accident. -- Is daily chronic In our papers; also Awnts. the death of some dear friend, who Consumption, whereas, has died with if he or she had taken Otto's Cure DEslRAB' F. HIUCK for Thioat and Lung disease in time, A VERYrooms, on Broadwav. RESIDENCE 'F For terms unply have been rendered happi- to nine L. B, MHHSHALL A CO., Agents. life would Heed, tlio ON EXUM PROPERTY. MURRAY er and perhaps saved. htreet, consisting of a brick resldenco ot 5 warning! If you have acougli or rooms and about two acies of laud. This propany affection of the Throat or Lungs erty Is well located and on account nf the large lot will be a good Investment In addition to makcall at Chapman & Williams' and get ing a very desirable home. For terms apply to a trial bottle free. Large size GOc. L. B. MARSHALL CO.. tor a home, we would advise )ou to purchase one of the lots, while they are to be hud 7 ROOMS,. WITH A OF faouth I'ranlcfoit, is LOT 85 BY 200 FKET. IN L. U. MARSHALL fc CO., ollertd for sale. This Agents. piopeity i In good repair and Is well located. Apply to L. U. MARSHALL ic CO . FOR RENT. FOR SALE. ' iv Farm For Sale. DR. WM. MORRIS' FARM 45 Agerits. Holiday novolties in endless Mrs. Fannie Dignam, 141 Mott St., New York City, makes a miraculous variety at Oonnersmith's, the nurfl nf rheumatism. She writes: ''I Jeweler, . 16-t- f, owe unspeakable and never to be forgotten gratitude to Salvation Oil. sell a boy's Sol. Harris It made a miraculous cure of my suit from 4 to will yoars you age, for 10 of rheumatism.' $1.50. You can't buy the same any where else for double the money. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. ' 9-t- f. B MILES FROM lying between the Owenton and Millturnplke roads, containing Peak's milK L rrunMjjr, Farms For Sale. .I first-clas- When When When When Baby was nick, wo gayo her Castorla. she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. she bad Children, she gave them Castorla. i ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF I 'I three rooms. -100 acres of laud, with moderate Improvements. s 2'!i) acres of land of line quality, with Is offered for sale us a whole or lntwo or more Improvements tracts. The Improvements consist of one resl The above three tracts ot luml am located on a deuce, three tenement, three tobacco barns. This Is one of the best located farms In Franklin good turnpike road, live andto n half miles from county and would mnke a. very desirable country Fi ankfort. For terms apply L.B. MARSHALL & CO.. home. For terms, &c. apply to L. B. Murshall & Agents, Co., agents, 236 Main St,, Frankfort, Ky. 380 A.OI5E3SI i V 7 i ,; : A large and varied stock of watches, including the e.scalloped centre, the extended centre and diamond back watches in solid gold and filled Cases. Gold filled watches from $8.50 up. Solid gold ladies' watches from $20 up. Solid gold gents' watches from 525 up. "W" JL T C BL K S S CZ9Lii4D 1 1 We have jimt received a new and elegant line of Clocks and Hronzes DIAMONDS! A beautiful and well selected stock of Diamond Jewelry at bargain prices. See our 4 and 6 diamond rings. They are little beauties. '. 's' I'l' I: m IU if m II & In this department we have the pick and choice in the city." Dim X HiHRHHHHBHHHHlllSMHHHHlHHHHHHi a.a.Mi!l.t f ZEBingfS., I j ZBroa.cln.es, :E3sir Drops, L ZDend.a.nts,c5cc For the table and the toilet we carry the largest assortment of sterling silver and extra plated ware of the best makes only. T Q- - A little word that implys much. The demand for rings of all kinds for young and old is con- S STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES! We have the prettiest things in fine novelties and souvenir spoons and are showing the latest and best articles only. Purchasers can rest assured that our prices are beyond a doubt the lowest and our qualities the best. stantly on the increase and we are better prepared this year to meet the demand in strictly high grade, new styles, finely finished goods than ever before. We invite your attention to OUR STOCK OF RINGS which are set singly and in combinations. I: Bronze Olocfes, Iron. Olocfes, Olocfes, 0137 22: Oloclss Sil-veAnad. Bronze r -- IF'ig-u.xe- s. M. A. UNJUST RATES SELBERT, The Jeweler, FRANKFORT. KY. to furnish tho parlor in the National Building at the World's Fair. The ladies present at the meeting were muoh interested and it is probable they heartily with Miss Symmes in her comondable efforts to furnish the Kentucky parlor. Fine Colts Mr. J. D. Oromie went to Chicago last week in charge of a string of fifteen fine colts belonging te OUTRAGIOUS CONDUCT. To Frankfort Manufacturers by Railroads. The manufacturers of this city complain thafcone of the railroads unjustly discriminates against them in the adjustment of the rates into and out of Frankfort. They say that in certain lines the schedule amounts to extortion as compared with other points that have no greater natural advan tages and no more competition in transportation than this city. The tendency of such an injustice to the Frankfort manufacturers is to pre-- , vent those already here from thriving in their business, and to keop away others who may be looking for some good location at which to in-- Tho Noiso and Crowding at tho Church "Wedding This Weok. The violation of tho rules of decorum in any company or assemblage of the people, is enough to bring down upon the offender the frown of disapproval or sting of caustic censure, but when that violation occurs in the church which has been conser-ate- d to the worship of God, and on an occasion of a wedding ceremony, at which none but friends of the contracting couple and respectable people were invited to bo present, then nothing less than a policeman's club should be vigorously used in maintaining order. The conduct of many of those who wore among the audience at the well-behaved, Handsome Christmas Presents -- Examine the large line of- - to Mr. George Hays. Col. R. P. Pop- I j vest in manufacturing enterprises. Of course if the people quietly submit the railroad will never remedy the grievance, and the hope of the growth .and prosperity of the city arising out of its manufactures will not have a basis of living inducements to rest upon. It has been, suggested that some concerted action of the business men be made at once to take the matter into consideration and show toJ.no railroad that they do not propose to sit quietly within a wall around the city and seo their own manufacturers driven away for want of competing facilities, and others, who migjit como take the warning and shun the place as they would the pestilential, dangers of a charnel house. The laws of health are taught in the schools; but not in a way to bo of much practical benent ana are never illustrated bv living examples, which in many cases might easily bo done. If some scholar who nas jusi concraciea a cold was brought before the school so that all could hear the dry, loud oough and know its significance; see the thin white coating on the tongue, and later, as the cold developed, see the profuse watery expectoration and thin watery discharge from the nose, not one of them would ever forget what the first symptoms of cold were. The scholar should then be given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely, that all might see that even a severe cold could be cured in one or two days, or at least greatly mitigated, when properly treated as Boon as the first symptoms appear. This remedy is famous for its cures of coughs, colds and croup. It is made especially for these diseases and is the most and most reliable Erompt for the purpose. medicine 25 and CO cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gaylo, druggi3t. .' Top Drawer. R LOCAL. Administratok Warren Clark.was on Monday appointed by County Judge Williams the administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Tyra. Carrying: Mail Mr. R. P. Thompson has purchased the contract from Mr. John Harrod of carrying the mail between this olty and Shelby-ville. A New Trial The Court pf Appeals on Tuesday granted a now trial to Dr. J. L. Massio, of Owen county,-Whwas sentenced to life imprisonment for the killing of Jesse Honaker and afterwards confined in the jail of thiB county to avert the dangers of a per and Mr. R. 0. Church also shipped a number at the same time, all of which were offered at the great sale in that city this week. Masquerade Hop The Knights and Ladies of Honor will give a masquerade hop at Weitzel's Hull, on the evening of Monday, January 2d, 1893. A large number of invitations have been issued and every preparation made to render tho event enjoyable to all who attend. It will doubtless be a grand affair. For Safe Keeping Tom Fields, colored, of New Castle, who without provocation killed a colored woman on the streets of that town Saturday evening and whom a large crowd of his own race were about to mob Sunday, was brought to this city Tuesday and placed in Jailer Williams' custody for safe keeping. Injured by Slipping On Friday C. of last week; as Councilman-elec- t' 0. Furr, of the First Ward, was chasing a cow out of the lot inclosing the Hermitage distillery, of which Mr. Furr is the Superintendent, he slipped and tore the leading muscles of the calf of his left leg and sustained such injuries as to oblige him to walk on crutches. State National Bank Tho report of tho condition of the State National Bank at its close of business on December 9 is a most complimentary showing for the bank management. On a capital stock of 150,000 the report shows tho surplus fund to be 30,000 and the undivided profits or a total amount of net earnings of nearly thirty per cent, of the capital stock. Gen.sFnyette Hewitt is the President and Mr Charles E. Hoge tho Cashier, and their names are a guarantee of a safe and sound administration of the bank's affairs. Judge Lindsay The last issue of the Mt. Sterling Gazette says that Judge Wm. Lindsay, of this city, was in that city last week, and speaking of railroads, he said that he was much interested in the Kentucky Midland but could not say when it would bo extended to Mt. Sterling, but that if it could bo extended to that city, and thoir coal road pushed further into the mountains to connect with it, there would bo no doubt of the advantages which Mt. Sterling would derive from ic. Continuing, the Judge said: Railroad building in Kentucky at present is what you might call at a stand still. This is duo to tho fact that tho Eastern capitalists are slow to tako hold of Kentucky railroad bonds. Much of tho lack of confidence was brought about by tho recent troubles with tho Kentucky Union railroad. If the finances of that road had been properly handled they could have had several miles more of road. $13,-96S.7- Lady's Desks, Parlor Tables, Fine Chairs, Leather Couches, &c, -- &c. To be found at- - Willis-Stanto- n wedding Wednes- day night cannot be too severely, criticised. Such unrestrained talk and noise, which prevented many on the front pews from hearing the ministers' voice, would not be even in a circus tent. It was disgraceful enough to show a want of consideration and respect for the family and friends and the church in which the worship of God is conducted, but to add to this the per-missab- lo R. ROGERS & SON. Our Platform "irE pledge ourselves in favor of running, pushing and crowding of the audience in getting out so as to effectually block the doors and de lay the wedding purty in making their exit, was an outrage to a decent community which should have mot a merited punishment at the hands of ' the law. couples who contem. Hereafter plate a church wedding, should not fail to secure the services of one policeman at the entrance and one within the church, to keep those away who may bo disposed to be disorderly or have no business to be numbered among an interested and HPIESOX'JEjO'X'XOIfcT Jb 'J-u- of customers evercharge, adulterations and misstatements. -hi from 1 .; for every one with 17.33 Ej the merchant who does most for his customers. .IDIEj FKOIEailZBITXOnSr, rings, inflated values and oppressive X5T2XDXTOTX02ST and buyer's bugbear of monopolistic high prices. of the .people's burden tax profits. respectable audience. m iUY AS YOU VOTE 0, - INTELLIGENTLY! Fairviow. School closes here Wednesday, As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our December 21st. There will bo a school exhibition business record"in support of our claim for FAIR, next Wednesday at the school-hous- e SQUARE DEALING. night, begining at 7 o'clock. All are to attend. invited Mr. Sam Riner, wife and daughter, We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, of Pleasureville, are visiting relatives and'the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction liere. of age or class, and behind our promise stands Mr. James Hieatt, jr., has recently moved from this neighborhood. pur splendid stock of Mr. Frank Riner, of Indiana, visited relatives here a few weeks ago. Mr. Charles Shay, of Lexington, is visiting relatives m this section Mr. Ohas. G. Akin was in Louisville last week on business. Mr. Jas. Clark, of Henry county, visited relatives in this neighborhood a few weekB ago. Mrs. Kato Smither was slightly hurt a few weeks ago by tho overturning of a carriage. Mr. John Corbin, of Campbell county, is visiting tho family of W. P. Horndon. Mr. John Shoush was passing through a gate on horsoback Tuesday night, when the horso, in passing too near tho post, caught his foot and The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaran teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. mashed it badly. Boots and Shoes, See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. Born. Wednesday Mrs. Wm. morning, to Mr. and Mandhler a son. " The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, threatened lynching. Ladies Parlor Miss Ida Symmes, of Louisville, ono of tho Lady Commissioners for tho State at tho World's Fair was in the city yesterday and explained her views at tho Capital Hotol to a number of ladies of this oity in reference to a movement among the ladies of tho Stato .."Wi!2i iMUlW The "Goldon Rod" Souvenir Spoon Buoklon's Arnica Salvo, is a beauty, and can bo had only at Tho best salvo in tho world for LoCompto & Gaylo Co.'s. Guts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcors, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Games, alphabet blocks and fancy Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all baskets at Barrett's. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It 1b guarFor Malaria, Liver Trouanteed to give satisfaction, or monoy 25 cents per box. refunded. Price ble, or Indigestion, use For sale by Phil. Carpenter. .,n07l!'S IRON BITTERS 14-l- t. 14-3- t. y. R. K. McCLURE, Boots, ShoQS, Hats, Books, &c. if- ,iAlfA.fiJM'U ifcAL'dhi.'wj jHxZl. . . K'i...i'A' kjamHNBi wiif tsufl JtL 11 ' WfrifyxpwzFrPfr" !. Hi' 'WMl'iiW VI 'IP ill 'i1 ' !gSaHM&StfJMAW!ima!a lurOuarantee: Finest Goods; Fairest Dealing; Fullest Satisfaction, IL.'WJ'. Our Policy:! One Price; No Jlisreprosnntation; Small Profits. tmj&uBsaauuaiLzaamBBKauamamaii - WIMjU'lI'lHl T TAR Lad our enrol ul consideration for some weeks past and in preparation for it every department in our large establishment has not only been re 1 L plcnished with new lines but prices have been reduced and reduced till wo believe that if you could make the prices to sui- yourself you would not The opportunity we are giving to purcnase "good goods at low figures will only extend to the Now'Tenr as it nive the heart to inakn them lower. So come early and avoid the rush. be ruinous on our part to continue on these lines. would KWCTZX wwiaiimm Overcoats! Wc linve sold more overcoat and ulsters tliis season than ever before, and hundreds of unanswerable arguments ns to their merits are going about the city and country and on the bav.ks of satisfied wearers in the shape of tested and tried garments; some one year.old, some two years old, and some have been worn three, four and live years, much to the delight of the owners. Men's Overcoats, 5 to 25. Men's Ulsters, 5 to $20. Boy's Ulsters, 3 to $15. Boy's Overcoats, $3 to $20. Children's Overcoats, $1.50 to $10. All reduced in price, and what would SUITS! For Holiday Gifts. 3 ??? a d b Boots. Shoes Hats & Caps We are chuck full of all the novelties up to date in Ladies' Party Slippers, all colors and sizes, $3 to $4. What's better and more acceptable? Men's fine 22.50 Suits reduced to $20. Men's fine 20 Suits reduced to 18. Men's fine $18 Suits reduced to $15. Suits as low as $3 Men's good and $10. Boys" Suits (long pants) 4, $5, $6, 58, all-wo- ol If a man wants one thing moie than another it is to bo comfortable. If there is one rrom the nnest Infant Shoes, blue, red, pink, shades, at 50c, 75c., $tl in fact all $io,$i2and 15. make a'better Christmas present? Boys' Short Pant Suits at any price and always lower than you'll find elsr- where $1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2.00 and up to 10.00. thing more than another that we can do it is to make him so at a small cost. Give us a chance and be convinced. All the Geo. E. Barnard Co. Ladies' Fine $5 and $6 Shoes go now for S3.98. You must not fail to see our $1.00, 81.25, J $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 Men's Shoes. I s the cheapest article a house would dare to sell. We show the stock and we name the lowest prices. One price on any article we sell. Make your purchases in this as all other departments as early as possible. Avoid the rush of the last days. first-clas- uuii..Ai' to, ' '! ? r , W '.' f ' GENTS' FURNISHINGS. Four-.in-hand- s, 5p " In this department we are showing some extra values for the next three weeks. and in addition we have just placed on sale the finest lines of Tecks, Puffs, There is a fine assortment of our noted 25c. neckwear still on hand &c, &c, at holiday prices. vH Fourth and ferson, Jef- T I The People's Clothiers and Furnishers. m We have many more remarkable cures to tell about in Lexington. No one need hesitate, as it has passed the experimental stage in this city. The Electropoise's success is an assured fact. We treat all nervous and chronic diseases. It does not cost you a cent to consult us, and you Descriptive may Ufc benefited. pamphlet free. Address or call at Main Street, FRANKFORT, ' LOUISVILLE, K.Y. KY. . .rtgatroreres 'rtj l The Eleotropoise In Lexington. Lexington, Ky., Sept. 29, 1892. Dear Sir: For Beveral years I have been Buffering from partial paralysis and nervous prostration, and was Retting worse when I heard of the Eleotropoise. I have been using it about one month and am astonished ELEOTROPOISE OFFICE, at its work. It has done me more good than all the medicine heretofore Room 6. Johns Building, corner Main taken and although I am nearly sev- and Walnut streets, Lexington, Ky. enty years old I feel like a new man. I cannot say too much for the EleoHoliday Kates. , tropoise. Henry Gilbert. On acount holiday excursions 'the P!MBttBB ivUKdfTm iXlu2A!jP5vv uii&sa M llJSfti ' Moore's Poultry CHOLERA AND - Remedy. WWI. CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures More then pays for Its use In the extra production of ATTORN FnW,n PRACTICE ) W GAPES. REAL ESTATE AGENT. J a c- - - THJ! COURTS OF tuA will alto give attention the purcha and tale of real estate, collection of r nts claim nI tho adjoining eountle. special to IN FOR THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Get a trial box. S-uXjIE aud the letrotUtioa of loans. BY CHAPMAN & WILLIAMS, W. J. CHINN, JR, Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House. Of- DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS AND SUNDRIES. Manager Eleotropoise. Dear Sir: About three years ago I was afflicted Time. 25 Hours. ' with paralysis, which affected my entire left side. Since this time I have SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. not had the use of my arm or hand, The shortest and quickest. and no strength in my left limb. I have also been a constant sufferer from chronic constipation. After Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala Agent. using the Eleotropoise Under your directions one week I was able to Time. 26 Hours. move my arm without assistance. All goods bought of CopperThe constipation is gone, and I do smith engraved free. Solid Vestlbuled Trains. The Short line be 15-t- f. tween Cincinnati unci 'not have to use any more medicines. Lexington, Ky.. Time. 2 Mi Hour Eleotropoise. We Thank God for the 12 Knoxvilxk, Tknn., " are glad to be able to recommend it. Barrett has the best gold pens and 17 ahiikvillk, N. C, " Chattanooga, Tenn:, ' ' 11 "' Everybody in Lexington knows my nicest writing tablets in the city. ATLANTA, 15 Gi., huBband, "Dunleavy, the baker." BlUMINHHAM, ALA.. " 10 " 14-3- Lexington, Ky., Oct. 23, 1892. L. & N. Railroad will boII round trip tickets December 23d to 26th inclusive, and December 31st to January 2d, to all points on the system (except Mammoth Cave), also to nearly all points in the South and southeast, good returning until January 4th. For rates apply to W. W. Alexander, gitnn to April My. House and Lot AT Jan.SO-ly- . tJ tn 'A F U .EaJLf I :&c:rie3.a.3r, Lw SaO.Xi.Es Kentucky Midland By. Shortest and quickest between WILL OFFER AT PUBLI SALE, AT THE Court-hous- e door In tue city of Frankfort, on CINCINNATI Gratefully, t. Only direct line between the house and lot on Long Lane alley, opposite the Gas Works, known as the Hnydon Demar property. Tho house contains two rooms and a kitchen, lot 50 by 4'ii& feet. Frankfort, fcorgelcTn and Paris, TERMS OF SALE One half cash. balance In Wm. lEMH. twelvemonths. lisle, Kiysville, Cyttfciasa, FalM lawny. Ky. Deo. 10-t- d. Tan. 2, 1S93, AND FRANKFORT. Car- Mrs. M. B. Dunleavy, 66 Manchester street. Oct. 3, 1892 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. MAR- - (i.fcfi ings of new burloy being immense. NSW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, WASHING- 7.00 Of CINCINNATI, O., will be at the The sales of new burley for the week G.0I 8.;0 7.18 amounted to 2,601 hhds. The market 7.23 3.30 0.05 "tOH. BOStOII a&daUEaetB Citiei. 7.37 0.15 3.45 in the main has been remarkably .0. I'A. Ml I'M active and as high as $23 per 100 was M1'M IN LEXINGTON. KY.. No. 2. No. 4 No. B No.l2 TRAINS WEST. realized for one hogshead during the Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE, STJturd'ay, Dec, 24th, 1892. v:x) Lv. Paris . . week and several sales wore made as C. 135 LEXINGTON and EASTERN 8.83 0.42 4.43 Ar. Elizabeth . high as S20 per 100. POINTS. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without surglca 6.415 8.38 Ar. Centervllle. . . . 4.53 The quotations which we give operation an d with little or no pain, 8.47 6.51 6.15 Newtown Ar. Time card In effect Nov. 1st, 1892. 9.00 7.01 below are for the now 1892 burley Ar. c S. Depot . . . 5.42 REEERENCES . 10.35 7.10 6.B2 Ar. Georgetown . , H EAST BOUND. crop. Ky., Oct. 3, 1892. Lexington, Hurdle, Frankfort, Ky. W. McKee 10.42 7.17 Ar. Johnson 7.05 Lve. Lexington. Dear Sir: About live weeks ago I Trash (dark) or damaged 10.48 7.23 Ar. Duvall 7.15 7 slO A. M. J. A. Scott. Fninkfort, Ky. Ky. Atlanta Express. No. 2, dally $1 5QG) SO 50 Midland Aeconi , No. 26, dally ex. Sun . .11:40 a. m. Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort, 10 55 Ar. Stamping Ground 7.30 tobacco 7.35 using the Eleotropoise under began 7.14 11.10 7.65 Ar. Swltzer . . t . . . . No. 24, dally. Vestlbuled your direction for inflammatory rheu- Common Colory trash... 0 50(a) 9 00 Mt. SterlingExpress,, No. 28, dally ox. . Sun.G;10iv. m. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Ky. Ky. V. Bcrberlch, Frankfort, 11.16 7.50 Ar. Elkhorn 8.10 u. 5:25 Accom matism, chronic catarrh and deafness. Medium to good colory Rev. L. P. Hulett, Henson, Ky. Ar. Summit. 7.56 11.22 8.20 WEST BOUND. 9 00( 10 00 A. 11. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. 8.05 11.30 Ar. Frankfort . . A trash two weeks I stopped the use 8.30 Lexington. Arr. In about V. J. Hughes, Frankfort, a ji. my hearing Common lugs not colbry 8 00( 9 00 Lexington Accom., No, 27, dally ex. Sun..7 :55 p.m. David Moore, Benson, Ky. Ky. of the ear trumpet, and A connects with L. & N. 9 00(i) 10 00 Louisville Express, No. 21, dully . . . . 12:40 p. m, is improving steadily,. The rheuma- Common Colory lugs Jas. M. WIthrow, Frankfott, Ky. Lexington Accom.. No. 25,dallyex.8un..4 :15 D connects with Q. & 0. and L. S, all gone and the Medium to good colory tism is almost Vestlbuled Express, No. 23, daily . . . ,0:10 p.m. DR. KELLEY'S olllceand residence Is at 259 0 connects with K. C. 11 00 12 00 lugs Cincinnati, and where he may with Dining catarrh is very much better. I am f olid Vestlbuled Trains Lexington to Cars York West Eighth street, of each week except SATURThe Kentucky Midland Railway and connecNew Through Sleepers from be found every day to give this testimonial for the Common to medium leaf 9 50w 14 00 cheapest route to all tions form the shortest ' glad of other suil'erors. Pamphlets describing these diseases points north, south and and DAYS! west. 10 00 without change 14 00 Medium to good leaf. mode of treatment sent free to any - one No Uus transfers. and the For furthor information apply to their agents, 10 OOfa 20 00 Good to line leaf. Mrs. M. E. Edrington. W. I. KELLEY, M. D.,by addressing C. B. RYAN, E. B. WEITZEL 0. D. BEROAW, II. V. FULLER, Dear Sir: Almost everybody in Lexington knows of my case. I have been a constant sufferer from rheumatic gout for over thirteen years. I have also had pneumonia several times, chronic catarrh, bronchitis and la grippe, and have been very deaf for a long time. It is now about seven weeks since you began treating me with the Eleotropoise, and the results have been wonderful. I have received greater relief than from all previous treatment of physicians and My hearing is so much medicines. improved that I rarely use the ear trumpet. My lungs and throat are better, and the improvement in my limbs is remarkable. I have the, utmost confidence in the Electro-poiseand gladly recommend it. Mrs. M. Howard. Lexington, Ky., FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Sales on our market fqr the week justclosed amountto 4,009 hhds., with receipts for the same periqd of 3,528 hhds. Sales on our market since Jnn-uar- y 1st amount to 154,952 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1891 on our market to date 127,102 hhds. Wo have had a week of, unusual activity for the time of year the offer- Direct ConnectlonwatNewOrieansindShrev port for TextiH, Mexico and California. Leave Fninkfort via Kentucky Midland Rallwa) via Ueorg.jto.vii 5: 15 .i.m. , irri Cincinnati 10:25 a. m. Quicker than any other line. Alltr.tins mlv vt lepari.from JentralUnlo Depot, Cincinnati HorRate- - wa ,fto..n.nnrht E. T. OHAULETON, D. P. & T. A., Chattanooga. D. 'i. EDWARDS. D.MILLER, ' P.&A.T Trot. Mn sr. Cincinnati. O. Notice, ASK mouth IFOR and Covington VIA KY. TICKETS MIDLAND, Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. AN ORDER OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY Court, the.Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust TBJHH5 BUN BY GERTRAL STAHDAHD TIME. Company has been appointed administrator of tho estate of Samuel Caluiese, deceased. All TIME TABLE DEC. 12. WS'Z. persons knowing themselves Indebted to said A M 1' M estate are called upon to settle same, and all I' M persons having claims against the same are reTRAINS E AST. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. quired to present them properly proven. FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT & TRUST CO. Lv. Frankfort . . . A 0.00 12 45' b) Fayette Hewitt, President. 4,45 4.U1 Nov. 6.00 Lr. Summit J. A. Scott, Attornoy. 1255 I I 12-2- Lv. DR. W. I. KELLEY, PKOS3ri2S HOTEL, Lv. Swltzer . Lv. stamping Ground Lv. Duvall Lv. JnliUMiu . ,B Lv. Georgetown Lv. C. S. Depot v. Newtown I Lv. CeutruvlIIe. . . . I.v Elizabeth Ar Paris . . Elkhoru U 11 4.60 5.0.1 0.18 CM fi.tii) .... 0 44 0.52 5.17 5 21 5.80 6 38 5.42 5.63 1.10 1.25 1.45 1.55 2.05 2.20 2.45 3 05 I 0.3-- j .... .... v And so the good work goes on. Select or wrappery tobacco 20 00 23 00 Gon'l. Pass. Agt, Washington, D, 0. Ass't Gen'I. Pass. Agt, Cincinnati, 0 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. CONSULTATION FRE. G en. Pass. Agt. City Ticket Agent1, GEO. B. HARDER, Gen. Supt. . t i