You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892122401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SNOt nrwpprwpi 3WWPf- - 'wn, SVTVTTi-yV'- W "7 fjfWr TlTf? GEO. A. & n v MMFORT KOTOD ABOTJT. A LEWIS, Publisher. WEEKLY PAPER )EVOTED TLOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance Volume XVI. .f FRANKFORT, Latest U. S. Gov't Report KY., DECEMBER 24, 1892. Number 16 Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 14, '92. Highest of all in Leavening Power. THE CITY COUNCIL. Coat of Arms, Souvenir Spoon and Bridge Electric Lights. The city council moi Tuesday flight and all the members were present except Mr. Church. The. license com mitto reported on Baking ravcwsHftf F Dear Santa: J Powder I , the grocery license of Ellwanger Bros., who have been trying $40. and ABSOLUTELY PURE ST. CLAIE STREET BRIDGE. Non-Compliance tfh'o City and County Liable to In - dictmont for with Orders to Raise tne Bridge. l tf - , 'I m&-r - ".' j &. . - i! tK.; H& l I i city and thereby cheapening rates and furnishing n splendid outlet for transportation, should not, by any obstruction placed by the city, be prevented any longer from proceeding further up the river, during the SfcjltP nantlnir Mil. flvAP frnm f.VlR high stages of water, in the effort to could not regulate a bridge whicu trade for their boats. had been placed there many years maintain a Then again, Betting aside the neces-it- y before under a State charter, especifor a new bridge, there is always ally if in the exercise of that power a great risk in defying the laws on the Government required an act basing which would destroy the value of which the high powers are their authority, and that risk, with the property to be regulated. The bridge, it is said, was too old to be the facts before them, it is believed raised and the order, thorefore, could the tax payors do not care to assume only be complied with by the con- Build a new bridge, gentlemen of the struction of a now bridge, for which oity council and county court, and let the city and county should have an it be a handsome iron structure that appropriation by an act of Congress will be an ornament, attesting the for at least the value) of the present taste and public spirit of the city, whose growth and prosperity will re- bridge. A meeting of the eltizens to take ceive an impetus from her public im action in the matter was held and u provements in which the connty petition reciting the fa'ctB in the case slfareu the reward. r As a matter of interest at the presand requesting Congress to appropriate a sum equal to the value of the ent time, the following syllabus of the bridge was formulated and sent to Muskingum county case, as decided Washington Oity. In the meanwhile , by Judge Sage, is published below engineers from Washington came to United States vs. the city and took the matter under Rider, et al., County Commissioners advisement and reported that(withS. D. Ohio, E. D., i flnnhf Mm tinnpRsitv existed for. District Court ' theenforcementof the War Socreta . ! ti-- About two years ago the Secretary of War notified the city and county authorities that they must raise the St. Clair street bridge across the Kentucky river a sufllolent height to prevent it from remaining an obstruction to navigation during high stages of water. The local ofllcials contended that the United States Government, in ac- - waters the citizens are becoming anxious for OongresB to hasten, re- alizlng the advantages that will natu rallv fall to Frankfort. Under the ex isting condition of things, it is apparent that a new bridge will have to be qrected and it would strike an average person that it is to the interest of the tax payers to deal fairly with the owners of steamboats, who while plying the trade to this lights, made a Day &Uaff, who have Wen paying$60, and recommended XhiLt the rate for both firms bo fixed at $50 per year. A motion to adopt the rate recom mended was carried. " Mr. Ben Marshall l. person asked that a fair and uniform license rate for selling boots and shoes be fixed by the council alnl the matter was referred, to the license committee. Mr. Mastiu, from the committee to When I get up early Christmas m fining, I will be, so glad if I find one of. those pretty POCKET KNIVES sold by ', M. P. GRAY, The Hardware Merchant for has some fine ones for PaPa also- Truly, f:X 25c; 'Iff iV JL flfe ' 4t i i ,(! V ' . t i I .. -rt..nrann JC OUll... again warning orders Comissioners of M.. county, ii.H i.n.1 nnfliMitifoa frt hnt'a flin irnrlr on the Leestown Are coming in daily. Everybody invited to examine our stock. mill, three w, .u, uu.,.1 Ohio were notified by the snnfniNickol's turnpike and two on Arlington done or expect to suffer the penalty Purchases made now can Visitors and buyers equally welcome. nmta ul vl" UUV "' AOx w I'"""' " Heights. When TirflBcribed bv, law. State bridge over the M. river with a Mr. Darnell moved to advertise for be stored, if so desired, and delivered later. Judge Sage, of Ohio, decided a simi draw" forthe passage of boats, on or the United States and before September 30, 1891. The com bids for twenty are lightsto light the lar case against in favor of Muskingum county, Ohio, missioners had no funds with which streets of the whole city, but before action was taken on the motion the the citizens took new to provide the "draw," could make 7Z7 order to pass councd adjourned lowed '8e untU fyf thftt to be caned up again should the Another Change of Time. ' 189i, which levy would not Supreme Court of the United State s full before December be collectable in to which the Ohio case was appealed, 20 of the vear following. The Com Train No 3, now leaving Frankfort reverse the dicislon of Judge Sage. missioners had applied to tho legis-- .over thoKentuoky.Midland at 4:10 p. That case has not yot been decided lature for thenocessaryfunds without m., Georgetown at 6:08, arriving at in the Supreme Court, but the crlsiB, success and had no opportunity to Paris at 5:50 p. in., makes close it in a limit of indulgence has been the question of the necessary nection at Paris for Maysville, reached in the case of Frankfort, and which exceeded 10,000, Hsle, Millersburg orMaysvillebranch, District Attorney Jolly has been for Winchester, Richmond, Berea, vote, as required in case ' Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. notified by the Secretary of War to to a popular ovd, &c, on the main line of the excess. Held, that the notice proceed in court to enforce the order of such did not give a reasonable time in .Kentucky Central Railway. TrainS. E. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. to raise the St. Clair street bridge. which to provide the "draw." , No- - 4 leaving Paris at 6:30 p. m., conMr. Jolly is now preparing the paof Secretary of nects with trains from Covington, 2. Same-Pow- ers pers for filing the indiotmont against Oynthlana, Maysville, Carlisle, Mil- of Act. the oity and county at tho term of Act Cong. August 11, 1888, (2b U. S. loruburg, Winchester, Richmond, the' United States court, which will St. at Large p. 424, sections pro- - &o., arriving at Georgetown .7:10 and be held in this oity Monday week. viding that when the Secretary, of Frankfort at 8:05. It is not acomforUng thought for War shall have reson to believe that ' Aiong tno Lino the tax payerBof the oity and county any bridgo is an obstruction to free ' is a sum not ex to know that penalty navigation, ho shall give notice re-- ' i8 heard praise of Dr. Hale's House ceeding $5,000 a month, which, if the quiring the bridge to be so altered as hold Ointment Mrs. I. S. Jacoo's, indlctmont is found and tho Ohio case to render navigation through or of Farmington, Maine, writes that reversed, will have to be paid as a under it easy and unobstructed, and sho suffered five years with varicose sum thrown into the river, for tho Imposing a penalty on tne controllers voimj ftml two running sores on her W, and was completely ourid by its failure to do an act which, without of tho bridgo for falling to make use. u. a. Jj'iuery, sausuury, vt., the order of the Secretary of War, such provisions is unconstitutional writes: "We cannot live without it; has long stared the people in the face in that It delegates to tho Secretary it relieves my sister of asthma at once; it cures a burn or a hurt of any as a necessity that they wore bound of War powers exclusively vested in kind almost inBtantly." Under dato to provide for, sooner or later. Tho Congress. U. S. vs. Keokuk and H. of May 30, 1892, R. II. Simpson, 45 Rop 178, followed. N. Y., writes: I used Halo's justice of the points in controversy Bridge Co., Fed. Ointment for rheumatism throe iB Any Porson on the oart of the city and county years ago and have not been troubled crood in theory and it seems ought to since. It is tho finest ointment in be so recognized in Congress by an t That is troubled with constipation tlie world for general use, 25c. and j( ror.butwlmt U appropriation 5?oTeK 50o. per box. For Bale by P. H. Oak- 4 I'ENTEK. QJna doae the uao of all the law and justice in T dav-- at bed time. the country if tho coercing power 25 and 50c. packages at P. H.'Cahpen The largest dolleotion of Sou4 is deaf to all pleadings for time and teh'8 drug store. venir St)oond ever broueht to money? If Congross will not make W. L. Coppersmith, the dew- - Frankfort at Coppersmith's. the appropriation, it is noltiior con - p , P.r. caters for the ' wants of 10 iL . . . , sistont nor a wise pouoy ior rranK- - '" l" ' If you wat ft bargain in men's, fort to pursue in stubbornly refusing, ine HH romove obstructions to tho naviga-- , to Sol. Harris will sell you clothing boys', cliildrons' salts and overcoats for the completion for less than some people can buy oalj at Ed. Harris' Jld ptand. tion of therivor, f, i of which great work to tho head- - them at wholesale. mjn,. . raSJKS nint-.Hnfc ""?, i'3T5ito-.oKvi-S- ,..',,.,. i- verbal report and thereupon the gas committee were H instructed to make a contract with the company for ten lights at the " lowest figures obtainable. A number of cities in tlds part of the State, acting) upfn the suggestion of Mrs. James E. Cintrill, of Georgetown, have offered a prize of $50 for OF the best design for a eoat of arms and $50 for the best design for a souvenir Bpoon, the contest to be made by ladies only, and the designs, after the award has been made by the committee, to be sent to the Vorld's Fair. Mr. Haff, representing the ladieB of i this city, thought it would be a good idea for Frankfort to. make a similar ' Each Department Complete With- offer and Mr. Darnell then moved ' that the matter he referred to a committee consisting of Messrs. Haff, r O-YR'LTIShaw and Collins, with instructions was ' to report to thf council. It , , adopted- - '"iMPt .ic-.- o "The matter of the deferred., pay- -' Arid "useful "antci crt o tu mxlJmmfch Mt meat of rent for a building belonging Eastern markets and recent purchases, bought to Mr. Jos. Burkhardt, and which the especially for the city 1b using for a school, was referred ' to the school committee. The tax books were ordered to be placed in the hands of , the City Mar shal by January 30th. f A number of new gas lights were , ordered erected, one at the colored school, two on Holmes street, one on j BIROTribTXE. AN UNEQUALLED DISPLAY I Holiday Goods. -- N E S I Christmas Trade """ - , "TViT , ; con-Bubm- BROWEE,SCOTT & FRAZEE, War-Constitutio- nality 0) ; Le-Ro- y, M Xd"' .... , I 0-t- f. 4 JCLi I I Wc invite our friends and the public to call on' us if they wish to save money on goods in our line. , jLarge Sial Rope, 3 cents per pound. Wall Paper, 34 cents and upward. Hr rse Shoes, $1.80 per ke. (Shot, 6li cents per pound. Steel Nails, per keg, Si. go. base. Trace Chain, per pair, 35 cents. Cutlery, Oils, Firmer Chisels. IS cents UD. i' Wir.e Nails, per kejj, Si. 95, base. Hunt s Axes, 60 cents. . , jCarriace Bolts, per package, 70 per cent. off. Window Glass, 80 per cent, off list. Hunt's No. Hatchets, 4s cents. Chains, Dixston's Hand Saws, 1.10. Varnisn. ioc- - Salt, 60 cents per 100 pound. Door Locks, complete, 20 cents. Pad Locks, 10 cents Alabastine, 25 cents per package. Guns, Patent and Plain Grate Baskets, 4 and 44 cents Sherwin & Williams' Mixed Faints, Sr.45 per gallon Harness, Boys' Saddles, S2.35. per pound Germnnia Mixed Paint, Si. 10 per gallon. Kits, 15 cents. Bridle Sewer Pipe, 70 per cent. off. LBuggy Harness, $6. 50. S. & W. Family Paints, 15 cents. Collars. Brushes. Outside Blinds, 50 and 5 ott. Buggy Whips, 10 cents and upward. Ridn g Bridles, 65 cents. KJ3 Lit 4 -v 1 , IRON ROOFING, L LI m in C3- - 4' IN" M1LBURN WAGONS.' WIRE, "V" O XT T f. &C. Tro;y Slurries, Q b 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. w'rtli $i75, or $i4S- All goods sojd on time Cor. Main and , Lewis Streets, Personals. OOLLSNS & BRO.g PPsite the Farmers Bank. Matrimonial. Semones-Brawner Roligious. Miss Ada Bennett is here, from Nazareth Academy to spend the holidays with her father, Judge Caswell Southern Presbyterian Church -Miss Ruth Ely is home from school Bennett. Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his at Danville. Mr. Svlvester Labrot came home morning at 11 Mr. Alex. Robinson is at home from this week from his work on the pulpit o'clock and at 7 p. m., as usual. school in Louisville. Louisville and Nashville survey in Mr. John Green is homee from his Tennessee. school at Lexington. Miss Josie Ryan visited friends in Lexington this week. Mr. Marshall Bullitt, of Louisville, is visiting friends here. Miss Ruth Ely is home for the holidays from school at Danville. Mr. Will. Ely is home from a two week's survey at Lock No. 7 Miss Mary Mason Scott visited relatives in Louisville this week. Miss Fanny Rump, of Covington, is here visiting her father's family. Mrs. E.Polk Johnson went to Louisville Wednesday to visit her sons. Mrs. R. W. McRery went to Dayton, O., yesterday to visit her parents. Mr. Mason Barret is home for the holidays from Princeton College. Mrs. W. H Jeffries will spend the holidays with relatives in Louisville. Miss Ora Leigh is home from an extended visit 10 relatives in Padu-cah. Lulie Moore, of Woodford county, will hereafter make her home with the family of Mr. Chas. Herrick, in Bellepoint. Mrs. Kiernan and daughter, Miss Maggie, returned home from the funeral of Mr. T. B. Nugent, at Lexington, Tuesday. Mrs. Reid Rogers went to Mt. Sterling yesterday and will go thence a week later to Jackson, Tenn., to Miss Miss Lucy Dupuy, of Gratz, Owen county, after a visit .to her cousin, Miss 'Lulie Suter, returned home Sunday afternoon. l, Mrs. G. H. Bradley and son, of Georgetown, are here to spend Christmas with Mrs. Bradley's mother, Mrs. Woods. Mrs. Dan Thompson, who is seriously ill, was brought up from Eddy-vill- e Sunday and taken to the home of her parents near Peak's Mill. MisB Theo. Phillips, of Lexington, Senator and Mrs. G. W. Gates will will visit Miss Janie Deljoney next 'not go home to Owensboro during week. the adjournment of the Legislature. Mr. Chas. Beck went to Louisville They will spend their vacation .here. this week to make that city his future Kir. itt i7 xeiiHoir, wire ana son. ilUiilo. came Miss Birdie Brown went to Hender- Master George, of Louisville, .holidays to to visit the Misses up Monday Mrs.spend the Huffman. son yesterday George with Mr. and Starling. Messrs. Pen and Jjhn Morris of Mrs. James E. Cantrill, of George- Louisville, will arrive this afternoon town, was here this week visiting to spend Christmas with their mothfriends. Morris, on Second street. Miss Maggie Brent, after a visit to er, Mrs. Ann Senator Garrett S. Wall and his wife Covington, will return relatives in and daughter, Miss Etheline, returnhome ed their home in Maysville MonMrs. Jo. liailey, after a visit to Mrs. dayto to remain until after the holiSaiFell, returned home to VerJ. M. days. sailles Monday. Mr. Robert Stephons and wife, of Mr. Thomas Van Derveer, of Ham- Bloomington, Indiana, will spend the visiting his sister, Mrs. holidays with Mrs. Stephens' mother, ilton, Ohio, is John W. Milam. Bright, near Graefens-burg- . Rev. James Gorey is here from Mrs. Jennie Washin6ton City visiting his brother, Mr. Wallace Kelly, of Hopkinsville, Bev. W. E. Gorey. Centre College, en route Miss May Stone returned home to Danville, home from made a Tuesday after a visit to grandmother, Mrs. brief visit to his Louisville Agnes .McOlure, Mrs. Reid Rogers. Sunday. Mr. Weisiger Lindsey returned Mr. Howard Orbison has secured a home this week for the holidays,from position in one of the World's Fair Princeton College. buildings, he went to Chicago Mr. Mark Calmes went to Denver, Wednesdayand enter upon the duties to in Col., Saturday to accept a position of the place. an insurance oilice. Mr. Ed. Bull, who is a at Misses Elliott and Miss Green, the Western Theological student The Seminary A. of Irvine, are the guests of Mrs. at Chicago, is at home spending the Gum, on High street. holidays with hiB parents, Mr. S. 0. F. T. Brooks, of Syracuse. New Bull and wife. Mrs York, is visiting her father,Capt.Sam Mrs. 0. R. Crutcher will go to Sanders, in this city. to visit her Georgetown Carroll Power went to Mi. s mother and be present at the nuptials yesterday to spend the of her sister, Miss Pattie Moore, to with his parents. Wednesday. George Browder and Mac Dr. Dan Henderson next his-- sister, Messrs. Mr. French Hogo and Blayney attenued the foot ball game Miss Eva Hoge, attended the German at llexington Thursday. Louisville TuesMr. James R. Marshall, of Louis- at the Gait House in Gen. and Mrs. day night given by ville, was hero Monday visiting his John Echols, in honor their niece, friend, Mr. Charles Proehl. Miss Miller, of Stanton. Va. Misses Adelma Crutcher and Eva to LouisMrs. JohnT. Buckley Macklin are home for the holidays ville Monday to meet went her daughter, from school at Shelbyville. Miss was en route homo Mr. Thomas Rodman, jr., is at home from Clara, who at Nazareth. They ultantly 'sing. school from school in Indiana to spend the returned homo that night together, The choir will, be accompanied holidays with his parents. and MIbs Clara will spend the holi- with organ, violiri,' flute and cornet. Miss Mayme Nelson returned home days with her parents. At 4 o'clock in the afternoon the this week from a visit to relatives at Misses Eva and Kitten Hoge re first open meeting of the Young PeoCreek, Madison county. Silver Cincinturned home from school Miss Maud Troxall, who has been nati Saturday, accompaniedat by Miss ple's Society of Christian Endeavor will be held, to which the public visiting Miss Annie Headjey, returned' Marion, of California, who will be generally are invited. to Louisville Timrauay. home guest until after the holicome Miss Lizzie Popper returned this days. their week from an extended visit to Mr. Jas. Crutcher, who has been a Big Excitemont in Town. friends in Orange, New Jersey. clerk in the Louisville house of Miss Janie Dehonoy returned from Messrs. Urutuher & StarkB for several school at Anchorage Saturday and is years, will return hero next month Ovor the remarkable cures by the with her parents for the holidays. and go into partnership with his grandest specific of the ago, Miss Marian Lindsay has returned brother, Mr. O. R. Crutcher, in the Fanny's Health Restorer, which Aunt acts home from an extended visit of sev- Kentucky Buggy and Harness as a natural laxative, stimulates the to friends in California. Works. eral months digestive organs, regulates the liver Messrs. Albert McOlure, jr , and Mr. John McOlure Bull, ib nature's great Lindsay Blayney are at home from been attending thp Louisvillewho has and kidneys andrenewer. School for the hol- of Pharmacy, has beon notified by healer and health Centre College, Danville, If you have Kidney, Liver or Blood idays. do not delay, but call that ho has the Board ' Mr. F. T. Brooks, of Syracuse, passed his of Examinersand obtained Disorder & WilliatriH drug store forat Chapman a to an average examination New York, will arrive per cent, free trial package. Largo size 50c. ol thirty-threspend the holidays with relatives more than is required for issuance of 40 nore. It is complimentary HITS rt rw the certificate. nj-iTtJ.iIA nl.nn to Mr- - Bu" much in Excessive Railroad Charges. tended v sit to relatives I, , Louisville one term as t ah1,,nn.'nill,,1v acquire homo this in the two terms necessary to comand Indiana, returned week. Editor Roundabout: plete the course. Misses Louise and Lyne Pepper The dispatches bring us the news home from school at Cincinthat the Govorner of South Carolina nati for the holidays Wednesday has signed the bill, and it has become Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. a law, placing all railroads in the night. n visit her parents. Mar-ohal- to-da- y. Flem-ingsbu- rg J to-da- y holi-iday- State. under the absolute control of tha Railroad Commissioners, from whose ruling there is no appeal. This question of State control of railroads is fast becoming one of the most vital qustions connected with the problem of government. Our legislatures have been very slow to Episcopal Church Rev. E. A. adopt measures that look like confisPenick, the rector, will occupy cation of property, but when corpormorning ations, by absorbing other lines "and pulpit his at 11 o'clock and in the evening at building branches, gain control over larger sections of country nnd have 7:00. under their control large armies of emT ployes who are bound to cany out a UATuut.iu Church The usual is like services at the Church of the Good policy dictated by one man,a it State. If will be con- an empire;bullt up within policy of Shepherd ducted by Rev. Father W. E. Gorey, the man who dictates the to ignore such a corporation chooses the pastor. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass the laws of our country and operates the corporation for at 10 a. m., andvespers at 3:00 p. m. the business of regardless of justice revenue only, and right, is it unnatural that the Chkl-jiiaiOHURCn Rev. George people should revolt againstthis rule Darsie, the pastor, will occupy his and call upon the State to call down at 11 and at 7 as this unjust dictator from his throne? pulpit usual. There are always those, who, for difMorning subject, "Peace on Earth;" ferent reasonB, are ready to defend night Bubject, "Three Bible Fools." the actions of such large corporations The Young People's Society of against charges of injustice, no matChristian Endeavor will hold its ter how flagrant the outrage. Is it to prayer meeting in the be wondered at that when remonWeekly Lecture Room at 6:20 strance against injustice is met with arguments to justify outrageous disA large congrejwtion last Sundays crimination, that the people should throw aside remonstrance an,d in tha morniDp awWFirst ProBby Church, and in the evening at the authority by passing laws to Southern Presbyterian Church, were control? 'Our people in Kentucky arepresent to hear the discourse of Rev. suffer.ng at the hands of railroad corJ. J. Lucas, a missionary who has nnrnt.intiB Sotno of our mnnilffifi- years to the ; turers have tried to secure justice by devoted twenty-fivcause of his church in India. It was protesting against the discrimina an interesting subject by a good and tions, but it seems to no purpose. well informed speaker who could not The corportaions are after revenue. fail to impress his hearers with the If they are compelled to accept busiwork already accomplished by the ness at certain competitive points at church and the vast field in which the less than a profitable rate, they get oven by charging enough on missionaries are now laboring. the business from the interior to G. make the aggregate business a profitMethodist Church Rev. H. able one. The natural result of this Hendersod will preaeh 11 o'clock upon the theme kind of policy is to make manufacmorning at turing at interior points in Kentucky "Christ of the Ages,." and at 7 p. m. unprofitable if the article manufacwill deliver a Christmas discourse to tured can not hear high frieight rates. men. young We have at Frankfort naturally a Sunday-schoat 9:30 a. m. The Epworth League meets in good location for manufacturing. Why it that the evening at 0:30 in the class room. per asisat some those here do not prosother points, and wy Let all the members of the League be present' Whior'fuw night as the is it that we do not secure the locaProgram of Topics for the year will tion of more? Let the people answer If they The League room this question themselves. be distributed. will investigate the matter they will was crowded last Sunday evening. probably find that our manufacturers are not allowed the fruit of their toil, Presbyterian Church but the ligitimato profits on their First McOlusky Blayney, D. D., business is going to some foreign Rev. J. the pastor, will occupy his pulpit'to- - country to pay railroad dividends. morrow at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m., as Is it not time that we should begin to usual. try to take care of ourselves? A bill At 11 o'clock the services will be has lately been introduced in the especially adapted to Christmas and House of Representatives to enlarge the choir will render the following the duties of the Railroad Com misbeautiful hymns: sion ers by requiring them to inquire Chorus Oh be joyful in the Lord-- by into complaints regarding inter-Stat- e , McPhail. commerce and prosecute such comComQuartette Pi tying Saviour look with plaints before the Inter-Stat- e blessing by Danks. merce Commission. This is a step in While Shepherds watch the right direction, but only a step. Hymn their flocks by night. If the powerful railroad autocrats Hymn Joy to the World the Lord will not do juBtice, then let such laws is come. . be introduced and advocated as will Hymn Shout th&glad tidingsf ex- force them to treat us fairly. to-ri- an as-Bu- Semones and Miss Margaret A. of Antioch, were granted license on Monday to marry. Mepford-Lawrence Mr. Henry H. Braw-no- r, M' ' a '. at the residence of the bride's mother on the South Side. The bride-eleis a daughter of the late Mr. Jeptha Robinson and is a favorite among a large circle of her friends in this city Mr. Thomas resides in Shelby county, and is numbered among the best citizens of the county. ct Mefford and Miss Annie M. Lawrence were licensed to marry Mon-- , day. Bradley-Sargen- t County Clerk Smith, on Wednesday, issued a license to Mr. Joseph E. Bradley to marry Miss Cora E. Sargent. The couple live near the Anderson county line. Thomas-RobinsoCards are out announcing that the marriage of Mr. Joseph Thomas to Miss Sallie R. Robinson will take place January 4th, Q. n Mr. Joseph - . '.& V :l Glad Tidings. The grand specific for the prevailing malady of the age. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Rheumatism, General Debility, etc., is Cos-tlvene- e Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This great herbal tonic stimulates the digestive organs, regulates the system to vigorous health and energies. Samples free. Large packages 50c Sold by Chapman & Williams. 46 ' MOST SUCCESSFUL, IE, EBB, T And Chronic Disease Specialist In the State. ol h a "i DR.STOOKDALE. The ceh'brate I Speclallct, formerly of New York or Southern MedCity, now consult iiiKl'lij-Hlcluical Institute, or LoulsvUlo, Ky ulll be utthe CAPITAL UOTKL, I nmklort. it "Put Money in Thy Purso." How? Save doctor's bills. Always keep on hand a bottle of that finest of remedies. Dr. Hale'H Household Cough Cure to alley the first irritation caused by a cold. Don't think you can fix up something just as good Thursday, January 5th, . DR STOCKPALE jenr.i of oxperlenue In the largest hos pitals In tho country. Ih a icrmluute of soveralof the best colleges, and Ihh for a numbel of icars inailn a hi eclalty ol all chronic and surgical diseases He treats successfully and does not take tlmcH&it utile a cure can bu guaranteed. Acutu and Chronic Catarrh. Riimlng In K;ir.s, Peifness. DlseasiofthoKje. Ear, Nose, Throat Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Bladder Troubles, Brlglit's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Hheuinatlsm mid l'aral).sls Epilepsy or Fits positively cured. men, sullerlng from Youiitf or mldd four-weeks- returning every lias Mail a sale by P. II. Carpenter. the result of years of practice and experience expended in making this preparation absolutely the best. For 4 when for 25c. or 50c. you can have of errors or excises, should ciiil before it is too lute. Wo i.'imntiitee a cine if case has not gone too far. Spermatorrhea, Impotoucr, Eruptions, the results Will Close Monday. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. never-fullin- to-da- y e I . d x The Post Ofllco will bo closed on Ah Syphilid, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc, remedies. Monday, and only one delivery will cured by Disease of Women, such as I.ucorrhea, Painful be made by the carriers. The gener- .Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, Hearing relleu'd In short time. al delivery department will bo open Down Pains In Hack all his portable Instruments The Doctor carries 5 to C o'clock in the evening, as and comes prepared to examine the most obscure from medical and mirglenl cases. He undertakes no on Sunday. Incurable disease, but cured hundreds given up J to die. The new ' postago stamps the Address Consultation free and conndentlal. Columbian issue will bo received at the Post Office next week, and it is :, safe to say will speedily supplant LOUISVILLE, KY. those now in use. g E I, I v ' J JL JL ULULOO J.i.5 JIJL UL JJUL jplAI. X V0 C4;OViXX r V : m In our line ets Tp,s never sliovrn in Frankfort toefore. . I ' T jl P'-"i" . &uen bargains, ';.; ,Saeh an Assortment, Saeh Elegant Goods. - . fjg- - 1 BeioW ' we give a list of goods suitable for Christmas presents. They are all new and of the latest styles. 91 '. - ;,. t GLOVES, . FINE SUSI'ENDERS, NECKWEAR, LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, COLLARS AND CUFFS, SUIT OF CLOTHES. WALKING CANES, FULL DRESS SHIRTS. MUFFLERS, UMBRELLAS, IB1-oMenP i fat gW? CUFF BUTTONS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, TRAVELING BAGS, SCARF PINS, ' OVERCOATS, FULL DRESS SHIRT SHIELDS, N 'j. t; 'Children's Fine Hats and Caps, (New style.) HATS, ,ip . SMOKING JACKETS. DRESSING ROBES, - MESS e55 w on, HumphriesCassell and we bespeak a full houBe again thiB afternoon and If you to do carried through wonder want land, verging on tho marvelous, go Admission and see them 25 and 35 cents. Reserved seats 50 to-nigto-nig- "WORLD'S PAIR. 4 Ladies Meet and Organize a Co-- lumbian Association to Fur- nish a Kentucky Parlor. Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works , . q Vf Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Nouralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Sul1 "WKLOLESiiLljS PRICES. in the most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in.first-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plowi.co for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. Chilblains, Soros of long standing, Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: Mary Pago; Sixth different from all else; superior to all Miss Carrie Weitzol; Seventh else; it has no equal, 25 and 50o. boxes. SUCCESSORS TO O R. CRUTCHER & CO. Mrs. Ohas. E. Haff; Eighth Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpe.j 8 Mrs Mary Hawkins; nter's drug store. a '1 ' . Corresponding Secretary, Miss CorSalesroom, opppsite court-housA Happy ChristmaB. delia Lindsay; Recording Secretary, act0ry, South warehouse. Mrs. J. 0. Morton; Treasurer, Miss Such it will be at the humble Margaret Russell. T though honest home of Thornton :ed Miss Ida Symms, of Louisville, and Glore, an employe of the firm of March'26-t- f Miss Lucy Hill, of Lexington, two of Miles & Son. "Tho Lord loveth a the Lady Commissioners for KenMiles' Norvo and Liver Fills. is tucky, who wore present at the meet- cheerful giver" Mr. an old and true Glore's fellow saying, and ing, explained that the object of the laborers at the mill, acted on tho Act on a now principle regulating bowels though association was to raise funds among suggestion given in those words, and tho liver, stomach-anA new discovery. Dr. the ladies with which to furnish a among them made up a purse of the nerves. speedily cure Miles' Pills biliousness, Kentucky parlor in the national dollars, with which they pur- bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipabuilding of the World's Fair. It is several groceries, fuel, and other tion. Splendid for men, women and Have chased children. Smallest, mildest, surest. ,tho intention to charge an initiation necessaries of life, and presented 50 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at fee of one dollar, to be paid by each y them to him. Mr. Glore has been W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. ON MAIN STEET, TO member, five thousand of whom unable to work for several weeks on J. throughout tho State will be required account of an Injury received while We have the to make up tho needed sum. The moving some barrels, and, having a and most complete following persons then enrolled thom-- , wife and child to support, he will holiday, goods solves at tho meeting as members of find very convenient to accept this of it EasErriEiit nf the Capital HnteL to tho association: Mrs. Gov. Brown, gift from hiB friends, with their best cases, dressing: BSFThey will fill this space with an entire new NorOdor Mrs. Judge Lindsay, Mrs. L. 0. wishes for his speedy recovery. advertisement in a man, Mrs. J. Proctor Knott, Miss cases, collar and cuff short time. A son of Mr. M. D. Pusser, a merBurnley, Mrs. Wm. F. Barret, Pattie boxes, mirrors, shaving W. L. Copnoi'Miiith gives the Miss Mary Pago, Miss Carrie Weitzel, chant of Gibraltar, N. 0., was so strictest For pain in tho badly afflicted with rheumatism for glasses, frames attention to ins reiialr department, li ' cholera morbus stomach,is colio and Mrs. Mary Hawkins, Miss Cordelia a year or more as to bo unable to there nothing or Lindsey, Mrs. Ohas. E. Haff, Mrs. J. work or go to school. His father con- and holiday books. We your wiitclitho clock stops, take It to Cop- bettor than Chamberlain's Colio, persmith, Jeweler. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For 0. Morton, Miss Margarot Russell, cluded to try Chamberlain's Pain are selling all books sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist. Balm on tho boy. It soon cured him cost. you Mrs. Mary Day, Mrs. J. W. Hoadley, aud ho has since walked ono and Chicago Hates. find Mrs. A. E. Merriwothor, Miss Marga- a half miles to school and back what you want Albums, music rolls, wall brackets, The holiday rates, Frankfort to line writing pads and paper weights ret Taylor, Mrs. J. Syigort Taylor, every school day. 50 cent bottles for places call on us; you Chicago and return, will be S via at Barrett's. Mrs. E. H. Taylor, S. J. Shakolford, sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist. will find what you are Kentucky Midland Railway. Seo Hon. W. W. Stephenson, Hon. E. H. their agents for datses and particuHoliday novolties in endless looking for, and liockholders Meeiing. Taylor, and Mr. Ed. 0. Leigh. lars. variety at Coppersmith's, the prices will ne 0. D.Bercaw, lo-t- i. jeweler. G. F. & P. A. & Balloran, Holmes Profs. Granger and Brown. T'iPF, V,LL I,K. A MEKTINO OF THE Sol. Harris will sell you a boy's 1miw j&,t,8 BROWN'S IRON BITTERS .f.rt, ?M V,,llk,n the hours on Momlnr. January of Vina 12 Tho exhibition given at tho Opera suit from 4 to 10 years of ago, for Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ,??Oil of- i...... illr.....ir0 n. nm..... ttZ ni.. for L'ht ....v,w.u v, ov( Iw lxJL 1.50. tho same iUU cures Dyspepsia, ensuing year, House last night by Profs. Grangor whoreYou can't buy tho money. any else for double 11. II. WATSON. & Children Cry for- - Pitcher's Castoria. and Brown was rich, rare and raoy Dec.2-2t Vice-PresidpVioe-Presi-'deVice-Presiden- A Columbian Association of this city was organized Friday evening of last week at the Capital Hotel by the election of the 'following officers: Honary President, Mrs. .John Young William Brown; President, Mrs. Mrs. Lindsay; First L. 0. Norman; Second Mrs. J. Proctor Knott; Third Mrs. Wm. F. Barret; Miss Patty Fourth Miss Burnley; Fifth t, Vice-President, Vice-PresideVice-President, Vice-Presiden- cents. Is the place to buy. Farmers, you can buyj Dr. Halo's Household Ointment. BUGGIES, HARNESS AUD FAME IMPLEMENTS t, Vice-Preside- i t 1 1. . e. fc ze3la.tt:e: roTJBteTJo-G-d - :e2ti,:e::d. JACQB SWIGERT & CO., Removed From the Bafzell Building 45-l- brought largest line ever Frankfort. H 101 AND 102 ANN STREET, picture If at can't at other right. the 15-t- f. 14-3f- c i9-6- t. stion Debility. Cashier. III '! I, J . .s3 fr ' ' EKH WMEK1B1 i w & To W7 H "t ROUNDABOUT, at Frankfort, Kentucky. mailable matter. m ,wiiNKFORT at the post-offic- KrAMM e econd-ol&t- HiK). x. LE WIS.. Editor and PabUsher. 'J4, FIUNKFOUT, DEC. 1892. UNITED STATES COURT. A Large Docket and Many Impo- rtant Cases. i The next term of the United States Court in this city will begin Monday week. Judge J. W. Barr, of Louisville, will preside and Mr. Wm, Ohinn, of this city, occupy the olerk's desk. District Attorney tt George W. Jolly and Marshal and the rest of the court Bur-che- ofilcers will come fiom Louisville with Judge Barr on the day the court is opened. The docket for this term contains "an unusual number of important cases and it is doubtful whether the r' V1- - ifl ! f N "one." There are three post office robbery cases on the docket, Sam Engr land, of Floyd county, and Wm. Neikirk and Zed Adkins, of Pike county. Hiram Napier, of Leslie county, will be tried for cutting mail bags. track in Carter county, and I metropolis. county, vs. The case of most interest on the Burdett. of Lincoln Western Union Telegraph Company criminal calender of the United failure of States Court is that in which che for large damages for the the telegraph company, to deliver National Exchange Bank ofilcers of by plaintiff Lexington, Win. Bright, the cashier, promptly a telegram sent for a doctor at Crab Orchard to atand Prank Gilmore, the teller, tosick-wifwhoso death was n book tend his gether with the negligence of tho maker, W. H. Cheppu, are to be tried attributed lo the case was transon thirteen different indictments company. The last Lincoln Circuit Court against each, the two former for ferred from the company. making false entries in the bank on motion of the telegraph will probably bo a half dozen books and false reports to the direc- There to the tors, and the last named tor aiding cases or more to be added civil docket which as usual will be and assisting them in the frauds by transferred from the State courts. which Cheppu with others were accounts lowed to overdraw $100 Reward, 8100. more than 30,000. This case was first called under indictments a year The readers of the Roundabout ago and continued from term to term will be pleased to learn that there is at letiat oj)e,4.readed dinene until now, at the coroinirJ.exm ot-a- aJ that Kcmictrnaa oeen able to curoln all Saioritrwiii oeready for trial. its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Frank Steele, of 'Versailles, will Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure also be tried for an alleged attempt now known to the medical fraternity. last January to intimidate Mr. and Catarrh being a constitutional disconstitutional treatMrs. Henry White, witnesses in ease requires aCatarrh Cure is taken ment. Hall's another case against him in which he internally, acting directly upon the was acquitted last June. blood and mucous surfaces of the The case of Jack Moreland, of this system, thereby destroying the founand giving the county, who was caught with coun- - dation of the disease,building up the patient strength by terfeit silver dollars and the molds in constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors his possession and who has been in doing its work. its jail a year awaiting trial, will be have so much faith in One curative that they offer called, as will also the counterfeit Eowers, for any case thai it Hundred fails to cases from Jackson county, Frank cure. Send for list of testimonials. F. J. CHEENEY & CO., surveyor, Dr. Wm. James, Toledo, O. D. Steele, post master, F. R. David2 8ST Sold by druggists, 75c. and E. S. son, a m Winkle, all of whom were examined Masonic Notice. Chinn and before Commissioner placed under bond to answer at this On Tuesday evening next at 7 term. All gave bond and were re- o'clock Hiram Lodge, STo. 4. A. Y. M., leased excepting James, who has will meet for the purpose of holding been in jail here since his arrest. He tho regular annual election of ofilcers. claims to be a cousin of the noted Everv member of the Lodge is ear Frank James, of Missouri. The nestly requested to be present. officers who made the arrest of these men believe they had effected the Excursions for Christmas and Now Year's Holidays, via The Queen capture of the most important & Crescont Route. members of a large gang of counterfeiters who have been operating exRound trip tickets will be sold Detensively in the mountains of Ken- cember 23d to 26th inclusive, and Detucky and Virginia. Steele, to give cember 31; also January 1st and 2d, good to return color to this belief, though out on all of which will be 1893. All agents until January 4th, Bern-atadat East bond, waB hav instructions to sell excursion in Laurel county, Oct. 7, for tickets to principal points throughhaving in his possession and attempt- out the United States. Please call on ing to pass a one dollar bill which he them for information. G. Euwahub, ' ' D. had raised to ten by pasting counter- General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, feit engraved words "ten" over the Uiiio. e, court, within the customary allowance of seven or eight days, can dispose of more than one half of the cases. In each case there is likely to be a large number of witnesses and these, with the many lawyers who will come to look after their clients' interests both in the United States Court and the Court of Appeals, which will begin its January term that day, together with the collection at the sitting of the county court and the members of the General Assembly who may be present, will cive the city an air and bustle of business excitement equalling the case and one which will likely take ' Advertisod Letters atPrankfort.Ky up much of the time of the coui't is i that of B. P. Risner, a distiller, of Hulciw will be fonnJ n lint of iiclvortinod Salyeravillo, under indictment at tho letters for the week ending Deoemliter last term for attacking with a pistol 21 Hi. IHJI2 : Aggje Deputy Collector J. T. Patrick, who, Branham,Wal'tor Perkins, Henry Peap, Elgy the' discharge of his duty, de- Byshire, Jolni in Botkins. Perkins, John manded and was refused permission Clarke, Geo. A. Parront. Laura ' Pearson, Miss to inspect tho distillery premises. Dodd. Glias. P. Dowdy, E. D. Rena internal revenue cases, Besides these Miss "j;, ft"ut'B Redden, likely to bo a large number p there are Virgelia of others who will bo indicted and Freeman, John Smith, Dr. David and for Gavin, Thomas Sanders. 0. M. perhaps tried also at this term. W. E. The civil docket, which will bo Gregory, George Simpson, Al Harden, Smith, Wm. "Cutorljkin so well adapted to children that Castor! cvcg Colic, Constipation, 0 Haymun, Miss taken up after the disposition of Smith, Mrs. Nettie I recommend It u superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, giro Bleep; and promotes di Minnie criminal cases, also contains a good Saoot, Tatar known to mo." II. A. Archer, M. D., postlon. W. R. Shier, Without injurious medication. number of important cases Among itarv'ey, Mrs, Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mollie True, Carrie them is the case of Robt. M. Foster, Moor, Mrs. Liza Tester,Miss M. u For seYeral years I have recommended J. and Miles, Brack "The use of ' Castoria ' la sounlrerMl and of Kansas, vs James G. Givens Castoria, ' and shall always continue to Thomas, Will A. its merits so well known that It scorns a work your 'as bos invariably produced boneflcul others, of Louisville, of the Pine Miller, A. J. of supererogation to endorse it. Few are tho do so "it Wells, Mrs. Alize- intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results. bath Mountain Iron and Coal Company, Mueller. Herman easy reach." Edwin F. Paiidbk, M. D., Carlos Marttn, D.D., X fa an.nnn noma nf IntuMn Bell countv. iM ., Mullins, "John R. Ward, Miss Bessie within . "The Wlnthrop," I'JBth Street and Tth Atc, v. w w, New York City. waiicer. tienry New York City, claimed bv Foster under a prior title Morris. Snm Late Pastor Bloomlnffdalo Reformed Church. Wall.Jno. B. known as the Alorehonse patent; the Mitchell, Robert White, Miss Tilda Wright, T.T. Tme Csktau Compakt, 77 Muhbay Stbekt, Nbw York. same vs New York and Kentucky McGrath, Wm. Overton, Mary i,nn,l nnmnnnv. Oflii T. T. Garrard. When calling fur these letters sny ad' of Manchester, and John D White, vertlned. of Louisville, and others being dek J. M. SAfFXI.T., Fell. fendants, for 38,000 acres of land in Postmaster. Clay county under a similar claim; W. H. Baldwin, of Cincinnati, vs W. A Herald of tho Infant Year. A Staggs, &l' of Rowan county, for Clip the lavt thirty yntrs or .more from the a large tract of land in that county; century, and the segment will represent the Robt. Campbell, of Pennsylvania, vs. term, of the unbounded pipuliirlty of Hester-ter'- s Stomach Hitters. The opening of the Jas. Marrs, of Kentucky, and W. H. 125 tracts of year 1693 will be signalized by Hie appearance Nickles, of Virginia, for of a fresh Alumnae of the Bitter. In which land in Letcher county; Walker, the uses, derivation and action of this Peters & Co.. of West Virginia, vs. medicine- will be lucidly net forth. ? Yellow Poplar LumberCompany, of Everybody should rend It. to Thecal nder and be found In this astronomical calculations Illinois and Ohio, in regard to a con- brochure are always astonishingly accurate, Illustrations, humor and tract for timber in Kentucky; Charles and the statistics If not, you owe it to yourself, your family and your estate, to exother reaoliiR matter rich In Interest and full of L. Lee, administrator of John Wiley, of prollt. The Uostetter Company, TheyPitts- amine it before you insure. It is the fairest, safest and cheapest poliemburgh, Pa., publish It themselves. vs. Ohesapeako and Ohio Railroad for ploy more thun sixty Lands In the mechaidcal cy offered. and more than the months 826.000 daraaees for tho doath of work, are consum, d In Its preparation. In cm yea j It Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and Wiley, who was crossing the railroad be obtained wltnoiu cost of all druggists and will Infants Children. ( i ; ?i i- - ! 13-l- ., A world-fumo- - Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Provident Savings Life Assurance Society fkl m ,..A'f Tttf elc-ve- Is printed In country dealers, S. German, French, and Welsh, Norwegian, Holland, Bohemian amj.Spanlsh. English, Swedish, get a statement of what it Solid Silver Novelties at Cop15-t- f. persmith's. . MALCOLM FRANKLIN, . Special Agent. Nov. fflj-3- cost. W. A. McNEELY, Gen'! Agent. Lexington, Ky. J. R. Williams, Local Agt , Frankfort, Ky. a " Holiday Bates. December 23, 24, 20 and 31st and January 2d, the Kentucky Midland Railway will sell round trip ticket at special rates, limited to January 4. C. D. Bercaw, G. P. A. well-know- J. L. RODMAN & SON 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-- al-th- eir money will be paid back. Sufferers La drippe found it jUBt the thing and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how, good a thing it is. A Trial bottlesfree atPHiL. Carpenter's Drug Store. Large size 50c. $1.00. iVom 3 11118. It will cost you nothing and will sure-l- y do you good, if you have a Cough, Oold, or any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and to give relief, or Colds Sow Trj .'ti r r; and large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods, iioaKs cneap. Carpets GoH -- headed walking canes at W. L. Coppersmith's, 234 St, 15-t- f. Olair. . The Old Original Remedy. ''germs," "baccilli," &c.,to sell their preparations, thus preventing people from buying the original tested medicine. "RadanVs Microbe Killer" is wlitit ySuTie'Sd. It 1b now, and for years has been, making more cures thatVall other remedies combined. Read their advertisement in this paper. Don't be deceived. Sick people should not be deceived by pretenders who talk about "Mi-crobi- ," J. L. RODMAN Nov. 5 3m: & SON. . m f" Fraifoil Furniture iat wt Co. . .w v.. ': v. ex-coun- ty m Have opened Sale Booms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. irfl r3 4i JuBt received the best line of clothing, and you can buy them lower than ever at Ed. Harris' old stand. GULL ,m MiD SEE I King's Royal Qermatour. y fll Tc BET PRICES. n wn t, I Specimen Cases. II. Oliflbrd, New Oassel, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected, to an ilarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Elej-tri- c Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrodsburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used threo bottles of Electric Bitters and Boven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had live large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Elec tric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cared him entirely. Sold by tho South Side drug store, 3 P. H. Cakpentbu. S. the medicine of tho "RANATIlO." tho century, Its phonominal success as Wondorful Hpaiiibh Jtrmcdy, Is sold with a a seller and favorite with the people Wrltton Guarantee is the acknowledged wonder of the to cure all Mcivous Diseases, eucli ob Weak Based upon the medicine world. Memory, lxa of IJrela Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, 1'owcr, Headache, Wakef ulncaK, I.ou t JIo modern, and at once popular, comNcrTousiiosn.ljio-Blttidall drains .nd mending itself as a necessary house- Coforo& After Use. GcnerotlvQpower t of tlis lost of by hold remedy, ft advertises best til Fhotograptjcd from life. its use. SpeciHc for all Catarrhal youthful Imllncretlnni.or tlio cxrvulvo diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood zwoi immrco, opium, or viiiruuiitix, which iiiiiiiwici.r Purifier., It' 1b without doubt the lf.nl in luilrmltv, Omsuinjillim and lifuiillv. 1'ut up In convenient form i varrv in tjm vt Kcktt. 1'rlc most reliable gprn, destroyer in i a iackng or 0 for $0. Willi evpiy .' order y;n rIvc a cure or Clrrulitr and tofine extent that the wrltton guarantee to any mMiras. rofuncl the (Honor. tS4nt theory is correct, King's Royal In laln envelope.liy jtiuIMo UiU p:i.er. AdUrtw, Iree Mention MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Ilrandi Oftlce for U. S. A. ermoteur is the;' remedy. It is no zra )earlKm Street, CHICAGO, ILL accidont but is tho result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For FOR SALE IN i'KANKl'OKT, KV UV Ori-anox-istan- MANHOOD RESTORED. Sc vice8 -- OF Wm..A. Diehle, Lute Muslail Director VoyagerOpern Co.. as Teacher and Director, Cun l)oecurPd Cri'cs)oii(loiicii Solicited. Address, by one or two bands wltbln dl.stunce of Fniukfort. B FltANKFOItT, KV. Nov. ia.tr. Wanted T I Fur Skin. I sale by Ohapman,& Williams. i and 10 r fi. CARPENTER, Drucjoist. fcSc3i.ttln irl.l-s- . lS-l- cuff sets and For fine collar photograph cases nail on Guy Bar-1- 4 St. rett. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. AuKint WILL FAY UI0HE3T CASH 1'ItICK FOR ALL Al-- o klti'lH of fur skins for beer hides, sheep skins and tallow, at Old Tanyard, near Ky. .Midland freight depot, on Clinton St. JAMES SULLIVAN. Dec. 3 Bt. For sending obBcone letters in the mail, H. H. Quire, of this county, and Martha Roberts, of Carter county, will be heard in the court. The following minor oflenses of internal revenue violations, which are now on thq, docket and ready for Dob Holbrook. of Elliott trial: county; Wm. Prater, of Morgan county; Hommie Baker, of Perry county; John Gentry, of Fayette county; Sol Osborn, of Wolfe county, Go to Barrett's and select your and Anderson Williams, of this Christmas present before the stock is county. A more important rovonuo broken. 14-3- 1. old stand. It will pay you to look at our clothing before you purchase; you can save fully 25 per cent, at Ed. Harris' f. C:iil km tabler'sdii e Taught Privately to buckeyeOLC Book-keepi- ng Si Adults Only. , i 'TBnijEO-K-JE'zaiir- , r, 'r W Fpit ItBNT. Four ice houses. ply to R. 0. Niool. --- Ap-14-- lOOK8 KXAMINKD, (lbiitla). r CONSULTATION1 CONFI. ,.?.-V- re uCUpltid City Oct. 16-3- K. B.tiUION, DunliiesH College. OINTMENT CUBES HOTHIHG BUT PILES. A rHf You can find fancy inkstands, booklets, bibles, prayer books and hymnals at Barrett's, suitable for Christmas " presents. UNIVERSITYofVIRGINIA CUAItLOTTBVlLLK, VA. Next sedjkm begin 10th Sept. Courses In Art, KnRlneerliift, Liny, Medic! hob. For announceLL D ;l ll-3- t. Buy your gift aiid standard books He keops the ment apply to from Guy Barrett, , ' VVM. M. THOBNTON, best. 14-3- SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for ID years as tho BEST rMMMlkRICIUUDHOlt.TAtLOKyiD. - REMEDY FOR PILES. CO., BT.LOUIS. t. Cbolmtun, w 'b WJtiMt ' i VfJBlFt W u aan avw HlTi of thiB State. Ho i inn over oiehtv i.rii wiurirvvrnrii a i. .. living descendants, ropreBonting four" The folio in ttmo tnble In now in generntioiiB. AmonB the Kentucky clifTs e and of his aro effect upon iho L. dt N road: several no nts whera il grandchildren and i - TABL. throo-fourth- there TCon ' frreat-irrandch- tbainh NOirni. No. 23 lonveeFrnnkfort No. 17 lenves Frnnkfort No. 21 lenvos Frankfort No I!) leaven Frnnkfort TBAINH CART. fi:M) ii:8fi 3:t)0 7:85 m tn m ro. No. 18 loaves Frnnkfort .. No. 20 lonveA ootmeot at Lagrange No. 28 nud 21 conneot nt Anchorage for Bloomfiold Brnnoh. Frnnkfort... No. 24 arrives Frnnkfort .. No. 22 lonvoH Frnnkfort... Nos. 28, 17 and 21 10:20 a. m. 4:40 p. m. 0.40 p tn. 8:56 p. m. for Uincinmitl. W. W. Alexander, Agont. FUAiNKFOfiT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT. DEC. 24, 1802. HE FOUGHT AT MALDEN. David McCoy, of Rodmnds, California, is ono Hundred and Two Years Old. So Remembers LaPayotte, Never Drank Whisky nor Smoked To- bacco, and Cast a Vote for Cleveland Last Month. Editor Roundabout: I enclose you a letter from my old friend, W. J. Stltt, formerly of Woodford county and proprietor of "Hotel Woodford," who a great many of your readers will remember. I also enclose a nutting he sent me, which, please copy. Yours truly, John E. Miles. 5, 1892. fc Bj r- -1 i.:. In i' BA ay-.- - pr ELH- 3 .f t', , or whether she" Bhall get the least ALL share of it. The excornts from this old Before this river was ceded to the Leg- report aro timely now to recall United States Government, the islature of Kentucky, in tho later part the wealth of that part of the State of the 70's, requested the Geological penetrated by thiB river, the main Survey to make a rep6rt on the gen- avenue to the city's future progress -Coiisumptiuu Cured. eral matter of the navigation of the and prosperity. Such wealth as will IAND FRONTING ON be one of t"e best medicines VJ be!l?e n rivers in Kentucky, their use and float down the river when navigation OF and Versailles turnpike THE FRANKFORT e Physlcluns, two years road, within of exportation and relation to the min- is opened to the headwaters cannot ?if had consumption, both lungs ago. said my miles.. ... the city of Frankfort, Kentucky,three jvlfe und 1 affected. nave had to send her couth forsevernl springs to vw o u.nuuu. wiic anu uiin- eral resources of the State. In this pass the city without a proportionate keep her alive, but since she has been taking tiuarter miles of Jett depot, postolllce, Ac. on Itadam'B Microbe Frankfort with report the director of the Survey, advantage to the only place of any home attending to Killer she has been right at the railroad connectingand u quarter Lexington, and within one miles ot her business, and Is In better S unmit station on the Kentucky Midland Railhealth than she has been In 20 years. writing of the Kentucky River, says: importance on the river. road. The Improvements consist of a dwell"It. T.I'OOLE.Cedartown.Ua." ing of six rooms. kitchen, porches, cellar, cabin It "penetrates a greater distance The citizens should awaken to the of the rooms, stable, barn, room for housing six Several DIsenses Cured. into tho eastern coal and iron dis- necessity of urging upon Congress acres of tobacco, two wells, clsiern. springs und trict than any other stream within more liberal appropriation hereafter "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of pond; young orchards In be.rlng of apples, peaches, medicine. Having been a sufferer from kinds of pears, plums, cherries, grapes and all as will keep the work constantly vour lungs, the Commonwealth. Its watters small fruit. dollars per weak bronchial affection nnd indigestion, ucre iish, or a cash Terms-Eigiiiter tnk will give, when they are made navi- moving and not enforce tho delay symtoms ne Microbe Killer all of tho above two thousand dollars, payment ot not less thanor more to suit the purhave entirely disappeared gable, a coal and iron frontage of not and loss of time and money which in i.b?1'i'iucb .f ",rchase money In ten equal " i ours. etc.. annual Installments, with six per cent, interest, THOS. L. DAVIS, payable annually or In fewer Installments to suit far from eight hundred miles. This the past twelve years have been "Janitor Howard Memorial Library. the purchaser. Possession given Murch 1st, 1893. "New Orleans, La." region will be more accessible to the wasted for want of sufficient appro Your friend. If not sold, this farm will he for rent. Apply to W. U. MCMILLAN. W. J. Stitt. to prepare for and put under Ohio river, aB far as the barrier of priation Asthma and Catarrh Cured. Dec. Mo. Perls. Ky. lockage is concerned, than Central way more than one lock at a time "I have been a sufferer from asthma and David McCoy, of Rediands, Southcatarrh, for moro ttun two years past, getting metropolis by the G. ern California, 'celebrated this year New York is to its will niiiing up in nea orrecut ing in mivyi im discharge its It 'l1?.nu,r- - 1 hao used one Jug of Ifulnin's Microbe A Child Enjoys his 102d birthday. He is still halo Erie Canal. Killer, and for the Inst three weeks have been and happy, and hopes to live down products within ready reach of the sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly as a ;hlld. f attribute my relief to the remedy, and many younger men yet. "rzacs- two great markets of the Ohio, Louis The pleasant flavor, gentle actionand heartily recommend It to any one suffering from McCoy is one of the few surviving ville and Cincinnati, and on its banks soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. veterans of the war of 1812, and the "Respectfully. memory ot now ne tougiic against within one hundred miles of tho out-l- when in need of a laxative, and if the "EDWIN It. MOORE. "Cashier In Bank of AdalrvlIle.Gn." grenadiers Kentucky it will command father or mother be costive or bilious, General Proctor's British of the and Tecumseh's whooping Indians is the markets of nearly a million the most gratifying results follow its Fever and Flux Cured. still fresh in his mind. Born in Berk uso; so that it is the best family remecheerfully testify that after ttklng Microbe county, North Carolina, on May 2, people. "I days Mller The only chance of keeping a con- dy known and every family should being for fllteenyears I am entirely cured, after 1700, his father died when he was sick two with malarial f jver, and ten years old and left him to help his trol of the wealth of Eastern Ken- have a bottle. during which time I contracted other diseases, support herself and four tucky for our principal city, and of ilux. etc. I was atended during this time by three 334 MAIN STREET, mother of the best doctors of the ctty without being benehe younger children. At twenty-on- e fitted, "WM. DOHERTY, moved to Frankfort, Kentucky, and, securing to it. a fair race in the FRANKFORT, KY. "10 Celeste St., New Orleans. La." long rifle he struggle for cheap power is through there, with his horse and Mr. Radam's Microbe Killer Cures all joined Colonel R. M. Johnson's First the improvement of the Kentucky Diseases by Itomoviup the Cause. Regiment of Kentucky volunteers to river. There is a mineral field of at go up against tho British and Indians least three thousand square miles Send 2 cents stamp for circular aud the are a formidable trio; yet the weak Mlcrobo War. shows what disease Is and whatthe who wore manacing tho Unitod person frequently litis to meet nil of remedy must be, uud do, to cure It. Read It, OOL HARRIS WILL PAY which can be made accessible by this States border from- Canada. teem nt once. How can he overcome? circulate It nnd you will the discoverer for saving O price for Jfur skins, su.-- TILE HIGHEST t.s coon, red and He well recalls the march across form of improvement. Of this about your life. Address The answer Is, with our grey fox, mink, otter, Ac: Oxygen (ami ours only). The count- RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER. Nashville. Tenn. new .and old feathers, cat, oposum, muskrut, root Ohio, tho ferrying of Lako Erie and two thousand flvo hundred will ginseng und yellow less demonstrations of '23 years war- J. W. GAYLE or LkCOMPTE & GAYLE CO. 4c the shock of battle at Maiden, in furnish coals of varied qualities. SOL HARRIS, Boleagents for Eranklln couDty. rant this reply. Nov. Frunkfo(t, Ky. Upper Cauda, on October 5, 1813. It Jnn, Our treatment is nvallnblo for horns The cannel coal that can be furnished use; neither need your occupation u e was Colonel JohnBon'a mounted frtsTisqcumrr. BBTMQDAUTT. interfered with. Ihe value of these who broke through the by this district is practically inexfeatures Is obyious. What about your British line nnd doubled up the haustible and of excellent quality. BRAIN A book uf explanation and proof " vr need? ts yours to consider If asked for now. Indian flanks. Colonel Johnson shot Besides its great value for home uee, Drs. STARKEY & PALEN, great TecumBeh through the the im Arch street, Philadelphia, heart and the rout of tho Tleagued there is a large and growing demand nee. enemy was complete. McCoy was for this material to enrich coal-gaever in the fore iront of the battle. these coals we find This victory succeeded Commodore Associated with of fire clays, some THE DICTIONARY HOLDER Did you vrr tttrn "hit (tbnlont rnlu itw out of tho an extensive series WHITE'S CREAM ferrys great uuvai triumpn on juano anulcior by Mr. Nojetof an orountotil itind to hoU tho Tho itory lletlomry practically decided tho struggle, of them likely to prove of consider ilk onothtrI queitlon; Midi lik a ftblo, but to ll) it ono inuit Erie, llr you Tr notlcVl tho KlvtrtlMumt though McCoy and his regiment were able value. Tho conjunction of if tho tirmolor CODpooy, which ttuti out u Itllewtt Du. E. C. West's Nkuvkand Hiuin Thkat-mknengaged in many less important bat- good clays, oheap fuel and water u guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzi45 sold In '08 ness, Convulsions, tles. Kit, Nervous Neuralgia, trannportation ought to open the Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use FOR 20 YEARS Returning to Kentucky, he married 2,288 told in of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental DeMiss Lucy Davis and gave himself wholo Mississippi river system to pression, Softening of the Brain resulting in In- Has led all Worm Remedies. 6.268 sold In sanity and leading to misery, deciy nnd death, over to farming. In the winter it was these sources of production. The EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Premature Old Age.Barrcness, Loss of Power loaded demand for tho various forms of 20,049 sold In v9f his custom to take a flat-boIn either sex, Involuntary Losses nnd Sperma.SOLD EVERYWHERE. with produce down tho Ohio and b tOW In torrhoea caused by of the b ruin, rnrtayBlCHlBBS05.TATMBBBB. CO., 8T. LOUIS. Mississippi to Now Orleans, walking brickB, tiles and retorts made flfrom 60.000 Mch box contains Wlndmw and BtMl one or AStMl every month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes all the way home, over 1,000 miles, fire clay is already to be counted in Tower 3 minutes. 03 These figures " tho for 5 00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. and passing through the dangerous this country by the millions of toiy of the country infeBted by Murrill's band of ewnacxing dollars annually." WE (.UARANTEKSIX BOXES. teel Aermotofo Wher outlaws. nrMh crfloo rsttimwm fnllnw- Speaking of iron ores the director In 1840 he moved to Greenoastle, and w "Take the Country.' Ind., and in 1856 to Rolla, Mo., where says: To euro nny case. With each orderrecelved by in ITU, tbit HUCilinnnni iwiopgi ? wI rnt w. noyti, uu for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will he was i'ostmaster. m iws tie came anu It tho It wubullt "Enough is known to make it cer LP untilwithliwhlhthird HrfMt purchaser our written guarantee to resend the to Colusa county, California, where fund the money If the treatment does not effect lairoftUllnthoVit(tolof FRUIT ,and ORNAMENTAL ho was a minor and ranohor until tain that there exists hero the basis only iseitded by coroptnlft) u cure. Guarantees Issued only by THE to of tho g in- frttt lUrmter CO., and J. W. GAYLE, 1877, when he returned to Missouri. of a vory extensive UlO wunhdl fmnllhod Frankfort, Ky. DictloDtry Holder There his wife died at tho age of dustry. The ores, which are found on brlntt u hock to builnoti. TnU tho IIoMtr, and eighty, and ho came again to Califor- the top of the iOfgiito Inquiry u to how It took and hold and (till holdt tho At Id, nia to remain with his daughter, Mrs. Incrtuln j rapidly f run yoar to year. limestone and which have furnished ?noiocrei or inai aurcaii iiuuai near Rediands. W. T. MorriB, madoa Ho well remembers LaFayotte's all tho ore used in the famous Rod Mr. Hojiihuineritorloua nc4t(x'ft, OF ALL KINDS. ajtiitloand artlclt.and a blih triumphal visit to America in 1824, River Furnace, has boon found to bai maintained aopiillod(laniard of Smaj. 'urns, asparagus, Ghape tho artielo tiealltoea and We will pay the above rewurdfor any case ot Vines, and uvur.viljlim usually found In and participated in tho ontertainmont cover a largo area both on the north at low prlto. Tho ruorit ot thoio Liver Comnlalnt. nvsnetiKlii. Sick IIriiiIiiMim. In. mtclt tin iMiililitlimiMit. A full stock. I Dutlonirr lloldin hai uoaa aoii raal in honor of tho Fronoh hero at Frankdigestion, Constipation, or Costlveness we cannot Prices Low. W ii no agent. tUr liurally told UumMl '". 1 II I curewlth West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the fort, Ky. He was an intimate friend and south slopes of the Kentucky that that a and Inuchfraatquantl DC6CrltlVH llltllltlllei.011 !tl)liClltlOU. ilti imall profit on directions are strictly compiled with. They are M, river." of Androw Jackson and Oassius lacb ono hat mado tbo tiureiy vegetable, and never fall to give sutlsfac-Ppabovo lflantlon4. Clay and vividly recalls the oratory Sugar Coated. Large boxes, containing 30 H. F. Htta.L&WMEYER, "A considerable value is to be rotulthavo toco toalnottcjary Thty pills, 25 cents. Beware ot counterfeits and imiof Clay, Webster and Oalhouu. oaeiiaoio portion ot tho ilobo. tations. The emmlllft iiiiinlifitrtiiril nnlv hr to tho roraoto hltntra of attaohod to the building stones that Mr. McCoy had eight children, flvo thorn, aodaia'Unt by! ail ML THE JOHN 0. WEST COMPANY. CHICAGO. of whom are now living aud residents would bo made desirable by water ILL. lorsale by all ilrugRlsi, Oct.8-3. 10-2- John E. Miles, Frankfort, Ky,: Dear Old Friend We inclose to you a piece clipped from the San Francisco Examiner, giving an account of a former old resident of your city. We thought perhaps it would be of some1 interest to some old citizen still living in Frankfort, to hear from this old soldier of the war of 1812, and now 102 years of age. You know tho bigBtoryyou told your resent wife before marrying her, and don't know but what you may remember this old fellow yourself. Likely you and hewere boys together I think he says you were anyhow give this to one of your city papers to publish I mean the story about old man McCoy of course, not my fool letter. We are all well, John, and live in tho best county for a poor man like old Stitt and the healthiest in the United States. If we had only a few old parda like you out hero for neighbors we would be happy, and Cleveland was elected. My respects to your wife and children. Do you ever write to anybody? Guinda, Oal., Doc. tlie great variety of species seem to ilnd here their best " Ohnmlnnl rumlvnin. conditions. .,. ...,Vw., as well as tho surer test of actual ex Whonovor I felt indisposed it was my periment, goes to show that a very Both the method and results when habit to stou catintr for a dav or two large part of the district eastward of! fjyriip of Figs is taken; it is pleasant giving my digestive organs a rest. the Bluegrass belt is admirably well aim rexresimii; to the taste, anu acts I believe the American people dig ntted for the growth of tobacco of a gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, their own graves with their teeth-eat- ing very fine quality. There is no doubt Liver and Bowels, cleanses the systoo much. With leBS food and longer walks people would enjoy life that when transportation is furnished tem ellectually, dispels colds, headmuch better." this will become an important article aches and fevers and cures habitual McCoy always has been a Demo- of export from constipation. Syrup of Figs is the this section." crat, and at the last election cast his Koterring to the extension of the only remedy of its kind ever provoto for Grover Cleveland, whom he considers the greatest of American slack water system to the duced, pleasing to the taste and acstatesmen -- the Andrew Jackson of Cumberland Gap and thence by the ceptable to the stomach, prompt in his time. Powell, Tennessee, iliawnssee and its action and truly beneficial in its Savannah to tho sea, the director eftucUi, prepared only from the motft healthy and agreeable substances, its Grave Mistakes. concludes as follows: "We believe this to be one of the many excellent qualities commend it Physicians frequently make misto all and have made it the most takes in treatment of Heart Disease. few practicable water ways from the popular remedy known. The rate of sudden deaths is daily in- central region of the Misaissippi to Syrup of1 Figs is for sale in 50c creasing. Hundreds become victims the sea. It would have the advan and $1 bottles by all leading drugof the ignorance of physicians in the treatment of this disease. One in tage over present northern routes of gists. Any reliable druggist who four has a diseased hoart. Shortness at least four months more navigation may not have it on hand will proof breath, palpitation and fluttering, in the year. There can , be no doubt cure for any irregular pulse, choking sensation, that the next century may see, at its wishesittopromptly Do not one who try it. accept any asthmatic breathing, pain or tender very begining, the Ohio valley, with substitute. . ness in side, shoulder or arm, weak hungry spells, are symptoms of Heart its unequaled cheap fuel, its store of CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Disease. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure iron ores and of manufacturing tim SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. is the only reliable remedy.. Thous- ber, its wealth of LOVtSVtUt. Xr. HEW YORK, N.f. ands testify to its wonderful cures. activity of those food, the centre of industries that have Books free. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 6 given Great Britain its manufacturing greatness. It depends on our imTHE KENTUCKY BIVER. mediate action whether this producTho State Geological Survey Bo- - tion shall find its centre in Kentucky e . ! dren wore born in California This centenarian in as spry as most men are at sixty. Up to the timo he was ninety-fivyears old he could read without the aid of glasses. To an Examiner representative ho said: "I attribute my long life and good health to temporato habits and open-ai- r oxerciBes. I never have tasted alcoholic liquor nor used tobacco in any form. I have boon a great walker, and eyen after I wa eighty years of age thoucht nothintr of tramnintr off thirty or thirty-flvmiles to visit friends and tramping back alter a snore rest, l always prnierred walk - r ing to riding in tho cars or staces. "I never have had a serious Illness. e tucky marble, a dolometic Hmostono of excellent and varied character, can bo had under circumstances vory favorable for quarrying. This n stone, one variety of which is seen in the Clay monument at Lexington, is admirably iitted to stand tho rigors of our climate. It iq easily worked and of cmnr HtrimcrMi. u well-know- 3SQs bJ$$Vv'29 z W Mm j , ...:"" . . lor rumnrKno'e T hn iyi umvitlif . !.n4Ar.i. l l"UM""8V,!,u,u! . ., I. ,i i air il o I OrcJ ENJOYS eiicijBJti; .StClair: 11 " TBFFT.'a-VC- Tv i yarw 'd2AwmmTWMTWjyrKiMfrv wmiMMam Stockholder's Meeting. ANNUAL MEETING rs of of Frnnkrort. Kentucky, OK THE 3T0CK-hold- e The Frankfort Water Co., for the election of five directors and the transaction of other corporate business, will bq held at Its ofllce, In Ihe city of Kmtiktoit.ou iA at 11 o'clock, a. Dee. lfMt. Saftt.rd.a3r. Dec. 31, 1892, m. A- - " MCCLURE. Secretary. Tarm For Sale. mUE FARM OK ABOUT 100 ACRES, KNOWN 1 im the St. John or ChatH farm, on the Jacksonville turnpike, 314 miles from Ftunkfort. Most of the cleared land Is now set In gras3. with from 20 to 25 acres s'lll In woods and suitable for tobacco. New hot se of four rooms, new stible, new tobacco barp and s veral small orchards on the place. Will make u good stock, dairy and fruit farm. Apply to J. S. dc L. E. HARVIE. Dec. t 210 Broadway. Frankfort. '?i r 1' CURES port on its Importance. DISLASES Farm For Sale ISO AuOIBEJS " f hty ij Mt-tf- p H. MATTEM, ot i umiei, Cash Paid. n Work, Worry, and Disease - Comi-oon- 12-3- 16-l- Ken-tuckia- ns 24-l- s. WORMS! VERMIFUGE t, at '89 '90 '92 n self-abu- e. SWI DV ever-Browin- g, ver-goi- ng, Nurseries BLUEGRASS iron-makin- $500 Reward! TREES n. TOO lG-l- CALL AT BUCKLEY'S AND SKE THE 1. '"Handsome That V ..W , ':"'? :' -- t i., Favo rite Range will bo put the kitchen of the person that guesses closest to the number of seeds in the large gourd now on exhibition. Every one who makes a in tASH PURCHASE Waltybe entitled" to a guess. OF $1.00 De- The guessing will close at nine o'clock, a. m., Saturday, cember 31. Seeds will be counted on t t JPWjjij MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1993. A Shining Example OUR GOODS AND PRICES OUTSHINE ILL OTHERS. WARD CLAASSEN, EDe-A.oi,zo-A.zLJ Drop around and see what we can do for you in holidays' goods. umber, GasSteam Fitter -- Fruits, Huts, Plum Puddings. las Fixtures, AND DEALER IN- - Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, E VEhYTHIMG GOOD TO EAT. IPS AND FITTINGS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Opposite State House. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. HEENEY. TheSouth Side Grocer. kt WELL BRED, SOON WeF.,7gTrLS WHO USE Miry Armstrong fell at the Kenyon residence, on Arlington Heights. Mr. Hotel Wednesday and fractured her Schweera heard the noise in time and in the dark fired a shot in the direcA Can of Powder Explodes and collar bone. Injures Two Persons, One of Thoroughbreds Mr. Leslie Col- tion of the burglar, who had taken to Whom Will Proba lins on Saturday purehased of Mr. his heels. It did not wing him but bly Die. In. safe disSa ulers Brir-e- nine youi g thorough-br- e he'll doubtless keep at ahouse of a Houso-Oloani- n tance hereafter from the Monday afternoon about3:30 o'clock is, at a coat of 4,200. man who can shoot as well as Mr. the city was startled by a loud explo Fell Dovvn the Steps Judge Schweers. sion that made the windows rattle a3 Thomas H. Hinea i ccidentally fe 1 L. I?. MARSHALL. W. A. GAINES.. Fine Brick Mr. S. C. Cryer showed if an earthquake had shaken the clown the fit u'rway leading to his of- us yesterday a sample of brick made -- buildingH. The direction of Che re- fice in the Yeoman Building Tuesday from tho clay taken out of the cellar port led to the end of the Loui-tvilland sustained a number of severe Masonic Temple on Ann street. & Nashville Railroad Bridge at Belle bruises about his face. rne oricK snown was mucu jrom tno point, where Mr. TomjPeneo had a UejIov;d to the City County next to the top course of the kiln, or work shed adjoining his OIer;c rimiDu has removed from his was a beautiful light red color, as mill, and within a few minutes a lag2 home on the Flat Creek pike to hard as flint, and suitable to work crowd of anxious inquirer. wjre on his home on Steele street on the any whore. If such clay could be obthe spot. The scattered fragments of South Side. He will probably reside tained always for the manufacture of IS brick some man in this section would the shed, part of which was blown a in the city in the future. in the business. make a fortune great distance, and the g.'oaus of a Christms Tree The children of Pursued by a Mob The Mercer man and a youth, who were evidently colBuffering great pain, were sufficient the Methodist Church were given a county sheriff brought Len Tye, wmibimus hub mat uiK... , ored, to this city Tuesday and placed Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies, solicit a tPBHmonv t,n Hhnvv fhp nntnra of thrt buwhii I Tye out- share of the insurance patronage. Real estate bought, sold or leased. accident. It was developed that u wlii.cn was loaded with presents, an him in jail for wiu ouiil.ii uiuus turui jiuhu ui uic raged Miss Bryant, a white woman of A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times. can of blasting powder, uncovered every one receiving some Williamsburg, iu Whitley county, and a little more than half full, was in children, thing and a mob was about ready to swing the shed near where Joe Downey and hurried Oil Explosion -- Early yesterday him to a trb'ennd'hisg'uards being Howard Masters were at work shai- OFFICE, 236 MAIN STEEET. in Stanford. The morning the parlor lamp suspended him to pursuit ciunYed mob prisoner's poning a saw, and it was, supposed the clote that a spark from the saw fell into from the ceiling exploded at Mrs. further removal to 'liarrodsburg, and Nesbitt's, on Main street, and the thence for greato'r security to this the can. Downey and Matters were badly flames, but for the timely assistance city. said Unfortunate -- r It burned and bruised about the head of Firemen Fred Gordon aud James VA sua- - Smith, would have taken hold of the that misfortunes and accidents come A and body, and while t.ie former Good in series and not Bingly. This has wijl proba- - j ceiling. tained severe injuries he survey for Lock No. 7 -- Capt. I. doubt lo3s been sally impressed upon TSOFFEKKDIN THE DUDLEY l'ttOPEUTY ON OF 7 ROOMS, WITH A LOT 85 BY 200 FEET, IN. bly recover, but the latter.in addition South is offered for ale. Tht mentioned, had iay Hoag, in charge of the Kentucky the mind of Mr. John W. Payne, of 1 WuppiiiK (street, west or Mr. S. D. Holmes' property IsFrankfort, repair to the injuries In good und Is well located TUU property will bo us u leg broken and the ,siht of river improvements to navigation, the South Side, who is not only bed- residence. it bargain, or It will be Hold offered of 40 Apply to L. a. MARSHALL & CO., right In lots whole at painful lingering or CO feet front, to suit purchaser. For terms Afcnts. his right eye destroyed, and it is be- on Tuesday went to a point about ton fast himself with L. I). ilAHSUALL & CO., Aleuts. upply to is miles above Shaker Ferry, to make illness, but uowvhas the same little lieved he can not recover. Masters about 1'7 years of age and a son of Mrs. surveys for loc c and dam No. 7, on daughter, Lydla, ill of scarlet fever, who a few months ago was suddenly Druoilla Masters, on the IMrtD Creek whicn wont will bo vigorously pushed, Biized in the night with violent pains EXUM PROPERTY, ON Road, about a mile from the city. at the earliest possible time next in th5 foot, which afterwards became MURRAY consisting of a brick residence of swollen and appenred to have been niHE PlIOPrRTY OF COL. J. STODDARD of season. is about twenty-fiv- e Downey yoard and about two acres of Iund. This propbitten by some venomous insect and 1 Johnston, on Second, Third and SliellJy Is located and on n age and has a wife and threj of one Injured Mrs. B. S. Hughes, of the from which she has not yet fully re- streets, toutli Frankfort, consisting buildinglaro ertywill wellagood Investmentaccount of the large lot be In addition to maltlots brick residence und icn valuable ing u fty desirable home. For terms apply to his homo on the South Side. Farmdale neighborhood, while stand- covered. at To prevent the Bpread of We consider this property the "Cream of the L. H. MARSHALL & CO., The attending physicians and kind ing with a lamp in her handon a scarlet fever in, tho school, Miss Markt t." us It unquestionably the best to be Agents. u desirable location is a toachor con- Icidln the city. If jou wish you Payne, who neighbors and friends have been un- chair Friday evening of last week, Georgia to , to purchase one lor u home, we would advise cluded remitting in their attentions and of fell backwards over the chair and little sister remain at homo until her of the lots, while they uro to be had L. U. MAHSIIALL&CO., is restored to health. FOR RENT. Agents. . I forts to alleviate the suffering of the sustained injuries from which, for Elected Mr. George C. Watson, victims. awhile, it was thought she would not foimerly of this city, was elected as THE BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 lOOMS, WITH your recover. Happily the fears have not the Republican candidate a member d When vou have ground, known as tt,e Orplnns' Home Sale. property .n liird street. South rildo. This now it is reported self by running, jum ping or working, been realized and Michigan at the property will be put la thoroujli repair as soon there' is nothing thai, will relievo the tjmt tno injured lady is very much of the held on Legislature the 8th of last month, I i ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF us rented. Appiv to MARSHALL & CO., Agts. election your joints and muscles improveiu L. 11. soreness of 'I three rooms. N by a majority of 32, in a strong Demo- l 100 acres of laud, with moderate Improvement. so quickly and effectually as Salva - ' s '&) acres of juuge w. cratic district. At tho last previous Improvementslunuot line Quality, with A token of tion Oil, the greatest cure on earth for pain. 25 ceuts. Sale. II. Holt, on the adjournment of tho election the Democratic candidate The above three tracts of land are located on u Court of Appeals Saturday, and his carried the district by a majority of ttood turnpikeor road, live anato u hulf inllc.s from terms apply Fiankfort. Top Drajvor. L.Ii. MARSHALL &CO.. retirement from tho bench to bo sue-- I 207, and.Mr. Watson is the first ReAgents. been elected to repceeded Monday week by Judge J. II. publican who-haLOCAL. ' resent it in years. His nomination DR. WM. MORRIS' FARM 5 MILES FROM Hazolrigg, was surprised by the court e Frankfort, lying between the Owenton und was unsought by him and was unaniBroken Ankle Mrs. Kate officials, who, through Mr. Ed. W. mously made by the convention. Peak's Mill tunilke roads, containing house accidentally fell at her Ilines, Court Reporter, made a pre- When ho started into tho canvass ho on Hill street and broke her ankle. sentation to him of an elegant ink was not known except in two townPostal Clerk 0. 0. Bryson, of stand, cut glass bottles and holders ships out of the twelve composing his 11 E HAVE FOR SALE 1)4 ACRES OF GOOD Is offered for salo ns u whole or Intwo or moro district, but he made a number of Vr fresh land, u large part or which Is ready tracts. Jfm Improvements consist or one resl Nicholas county, has been made the and mountings to correspond. threw and for tobucco this jeur. There Is u residence and dente.Is one of tenement, three tobicco barns. speeches on two tobacco In Burglak -- Early Sunday morning got there,and did lots of hustling boys tell iiulck webarns offerthe premises. ut aorder to county und would best located tarms In Frunklln This tho Postal Clerk between Paris aud just as all Frankfort will bargain. this property make u very desirable country some one attempted to olfect an en- do when away from home, and splen- Apply to Frankfort. home. For terms, Ac, upply to L. B. Murshall &. L. B. MARSHALL & CO. Co., agents, 210 Main St.. Frankfort, JCy, for leaders. trance into Mr. Joseph Schweers' did matorial is' wanted Collar Bone Fractured-M.'b- i . AN AWFUL ACCIDENT. APOLIO Try It tSst " . Are Quickly Married. IText Julj-2-ljr- ow . e of-th- e i L B. MARSHALL & CO., tool-hous- e i Reel Estate iO lip lance if .i,T safe-keepin- g. ' has-bee- Investment Frame Cottage ' X1 FOR SAKE. 1m FOR SALE. v VI rf,! ch.l--dre- I over-exerte- Farms For fl1 , , Ilist-cjas- Farm For I s Felt-hom- Tobacco Land. Wk "wauM WWiWMK t &J4 . ifei WWiir " '' ' fejlj bskz: r?F3r"!!SWW 5A sv "irr"' ?TW" EBH s'irpr.7 t WATCHES m , - and diamond filled Cases. Gold filled Solid old Solid gold A large and varied stock of watches, including the escal loped centre, the extended centre, back watches in solid gold and watches from JS8.50 up. ladies' watches from $20up. gents' watches from S25 up. c j ass& w ra HPujcw We have just received a new and elegant line of Clock and Hronzos. DIAMONDS! A beautiful and well selected stock of Diamond Jewelry at bargain prices. See our $4 ring-They. and $Ci arc ittie beauties. di.-mo- CsrlcL In this department we choice in the city. Jewe yj liae Ti"6 n ' 1 f s (M 3 ill! ! the pick and ill if li III'!' UW.iinlt rwJrrt V w ra.-Lr- ! 7r.r BroaclieG, "T-rrvr-- v crLd.sirits,c5cc J Swiiir"! mxKMmwrTEXmVmrmrjjBLsei For the table and the toilet we carry the largest assortment of sterling silver and extra plated ware of the best makes only. nJam NoaS' STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES! We have the prettiest things in fine novelties .and' souvenir spoons and are showing the Litest .and best articles only. Purchasers can rest assured that our prices are beyond a doubt the Jowest'and our qualities the best. 1. Bronze Clocks, Xnrom. Oloclss, Cmzs: OIoc!k:s7 Silver Oloclss, little word . hrt t'mp'ys much The demand y rings nf all kinds for young and old is on tlie incre.i-- e Mid we are better tin-year to in -- ft the demand in strictly high grade. iu-siKs. finely finished goods man ev.r 'ore. W'r invite vour attention to )LK OF RINGS which are set singly OUR SI'i and in combin itnm-.- . A if con-s'.m'lpre-pir-t! ? 1 m A. Social Events. i Be k i fef r. b: Will. Saflell, a hat pin. The Frankfort German Club was organized Saturday by the enrollment of sixteen charter members and "WHOJTOO mam 0Aw3 orp 'nsupimo poq oqs nata. the election of the following ofllcers: jjnsto n Sunp oijs 'bsik omvoaq oqs naq Presidenc, Mr. Sam D. Johnson; Sec'y and Treas., Mr. Sherley t)jjoiso jo; popo oqa 'pnTO BUMeqs uaqAV Tho following committee, ujiins-oJaq oav3 0 'jpjs evix SqvQ. uoq .at a meeting Tuesday, made a report which were read and of .adopted: Mr. Louis D. Craig, chairman; John Cannon, Dr. W. E.Baxter, R. P. Popper, jr., and Noble Lindsey. To Chicago. It is the intention of the club to give a German" at the Assembly Ball room every other woek during the The L. & N Railroad will sell coming season. round trip tickets to Chicago at 8, . December 22d to 26th and December The laws of health are taught in 31st to January 2d; all of which are the schools; but not in a way to be of good returning until January 4th. much practical benent and are never Account holiday excursions. H. B. Loqsdon. illustrated by living examples, which in many cases might easily bo done. If ... Agent. mm some scholar who has just contracted a cold was brought before the school are broken Many so that all could hear the dry, loud down from overworkPersons cares. or household cough and know its significance; see Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds the the thin white coating on tho tongue, system, aids digestion, removes excess of bile, and later, as tho cold developed, see and cures malaria. Get tho genuine. tho profuse watery expectoration and thin watery discharge from the nose, Tho Fairies' Well. not one of them would ever forget what the first symptoms of cold were. Geo. II. boy, The scholar should then bo given who beganTimmons, a Louisville about his theatrical career Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely, thirteen years ago with Jack Hayor-ly'- s that all might see that even a severe Juvenile Pinafore cold could bo cured in one or two his professional debutCompany, made days, or at least greatly mitigated, audience last Monday to a Louisville in when properly treated as soon as the Fairies' Well." Althoughnighthas ''The he ilrst symptoms appear. This remedy stoadily at work since leavingIjeen tho is famous for its cures of coughs, "Juveniles," ho was never before seen croup. It is made especially on tho Louisville stage. To those of eolds and for these diseases and is the most his friends who know him as an amaprompt and most reliable medicine teur dancer and singer, his performknown for the purpose. 25 and 50 ance was in tho nature of a most cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, pleasant surpriso, and "Tho Fairies' druggist'."" Well." as given by him and his company, was above tho average. Tim Deaths. mons has a cultivated and sympathetic tenor voice, and his lovo making Bridqbford Tho infant child of as Larry Doe, the romantic young Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bridgeforddiod Eero, was all that could bo desired. Ho sang during tho performance sevMonday night. eral songs of his own composition, acNugent Mr. Thos. A. Nugent, of himself Lexington, who was adjudged insane companyingHarp. Ex.beautifully on week and ordered to bo sent to tho Italian JttBt At tho Opera House Monday, Detho asylum, died in that institution Tho immediate cember 20. Friday evening. cause of his death was consumption, from which he had long suffered, inBuoklon's Arnica Salvo, tensified by tho sudden brain attack. His widow) who was Miss Annie Kier-nan- , Tho best salvo in the world for of this city, has the sympathy of Guts, Sores, Ulcers, Salt tho community in her sad boreav-mon- t. Rheum, Bruises,Soros, Totter, Chapped Fever Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Notice Wanted to Know. Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction, or money J. N. Austin, who went to school in refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Frankfort, Kentucky, and who came For sale by Phil. Oaupentku. to Montague oounty, Texas teaohing Win-tersmith. Mrs. Henry P. Duncan entertained the Matrimonial Euchre Club last night. Mrs. W. H. Holt entertained her friends at a 'euchre party Monday afternoon. There wore five tables and the prizes were won by Mrs. Wicklifie Chapman and Mrs. Caswell Bennett. Miss Annie Headley entertained at progressive euchre Wednesday night in honor of her guest, Miss Maud Troxell, of Louisville. The prizes wore won 'by Miss Sue Morris and Mr. Oraik Jackson. The Assembly Ball Club held a meeting Wednesday afternoorf"and decided to give a hop Monday night with the thirty dollars cash balance remaining from the fund of last season. Invitations for a large euchre party were issued this week by Mrs. A. P. JtespeBS and MisB Lutie Ware, who will entertain their lady friends at Miss Ware's residence, on the corner of Ann and Clinton streets, next Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. E. Hume entertained the Matrimonial Whist Club Tuesday night. There were seventeen tables .and six prizes, throe for the gentlemen and three for the ladies. Dr. W. E. Baxter won the first, a cigar case, Mr. A. F. Respess, the second, a souvenir spoon, and Mr. L. D. Craig the third, an ivory paper kuife. The ladies' prizes were won by Mrs. Theodore Wylie, a jardiniere, Mrs. John JR. Procter, a hand mirror, and Mrs. SELBRET, The J XflX Jan-ewa- y. FRANKF .raOEK itfA BP" KY. i 1893. penmanship during tho past summer JAPANESE and fall was killed near Montague, Texas, a shoro time ago by Prof. His relatives and friends are unknown hero. It was a commercial school he went to, taking lessons in penmanship. If anything is known of him in Kentucky by tho readers of this, please respond at once. He has three brothers two are twins. Ho (Austin) has considerable money here Guiirunteeil Cure for Piles of whatever kind to be looked after. The trial will be orAdegree External. Intern', Blind or Bleeding in Montague the last half of January, Itching, Chromic. tccttit,or eredltary. This Remedy has oosltlvely nev"r been known to fall. lQIIRL Examine the larije line of- Handsome Christmas Presents - Frankfort; papers please copy this. $1.00 a box. 6 boxes, for$5.lW; sent by mull preA written What 1b done must be done in haste. paid on receiptor to price. purchaser of Guarantee positively given each tdx boxes, II. B. Baker, A. Lady's Desks, Fake Harris. Prosecuting Attorney. when purchased nt one time, to reditu. tnetS.OQ paid If not cured. Guarantee Is.suedby .1. W. GAYLE. ii iHLeCOMPTE & GAYLK CO.. Druggists and Sole Agents. Frankfort, Ky. Call for Parlor Tables, Fine Chairs, sample. Jan. 16-l- For Sale An open front coal stove, tiloined and good as new, is offered for sale at a bargain. Also a a "JNew Process" gasoline stove, only used one season. Apply at this office. Is Marriage a Failure? Have you been trying to get the best out of existence without health in your family? Have you been wearing out you life from the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and Indigestion? Are you sleepless at night? Do you awake in the morning feeling languid, with coated tongue and sallow, haggard looks? Don't do it. A shout in the camp tells how cured others; it will cure you. Trial package free. Large size 50c. at Chapman & Wjlliams. 4G Leather Couches, &c, -- &c. She Committed Suicide. Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer has letter: "My husband Forgive me if I causo you trouble, but I suffer so. You do not know what these long, wakeful, wretched nights are to me, and I am so tired, darling the pain will never be better. It is not easy to take my own life, but I have been my husband. sick so long. Good-byI love you your wife." This is one of the thousands that gives up, instead of using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, and being speedily cured of their wretchediie8.nr Go to J. W. Gayle and get an elegant book and 0 trial bottle free. e, Mrs. P. 0. Cone, at Paris, left this To be found at &-SON- R, ROGERS . Our Platform TITE pledge ourselves in favor of Porks of Elkhorn. Regular services at Buck Run tomorrow, both morning and night, at the usual hours, Rev. F. W. Eber-harpastor, officiating. Rev. Calhoun, pastor, preached at the Christian Church last Sunday. The ladies of the Buck Run Church will give" a box party next Friday night, December 30, 1892. Miss Eliza Williams, who has been visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity during the past two months, has returned to her home in Bath county. Mr. B. B.BigstatT. ,qf, JJastern Kentucky, paid ns a visit this week. Ever welcome, old neighbor. Mr. Jacob Wigihgton and family have removed to Scott county. May prosperity attend them. MrB. Hettie Spicer and little daughter left yesterday for Lexington, t, ZE3ESOX,IEjOX1XOISr Jb LbJT3IEj the merch-iiit of customers evercharge, adulterations and misstatements. 'X'JW-TDEJ from for every one with who does most for his customers. P IS O H IBITIOIT IESIEjIDXTCJTXO and buyer's bugbear i of monopolistic rings, inflated values and oppressive high prices. 1ST of the people's burden tax profits. by-la- BUY AS YOU VOTE-INTELLIG- ENTLY! holidays. Quito cold and winter like Mhis As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our week, with snow in abundance. business recordin support of our claim for FAIR, The Sunday-schopupils of the ' SQUARE DEALING. Baptist Church, Buck Run, will be kindly remembered this evening at 2 o'clock by a treat of confections. st in quality, the most in quantity, Rev. J. H. Burdin ministered to his We promise for the future the and the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction toilock at Bethel Church and morrow. of age or class, and behind our promise stands O. H. Parrent and wife attended "dour splendid stock of ivine worship at Evergreen Church last Sunday. Mr. F. M. Featherston and wife aro visiting relatives in Union county. Mr. J. W. French has been very much indisposed for quite a while. Hogs all killed and every body getting fat. Miss Alice Fronch, who has been visiting relatives in Cincinnati for several weeks, is expected homo tool where they will remain during the b-- to-da- y Boots and Shoes, Mr. Win. Harris, who has resided in this town during tho past year, has returned to his homo in Bullitt county. Mr. Thos. Whitington visited friends in Bath county last week. Mrs. Sarah Featherston has been The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranconsiderably indisposed for several teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. ' days. See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. Master John Whitington, of Bath county, is visiting in our midst. night. Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. The police force in all parts of the country bear uniform testimony to tho great value of Dr. Bull's Cough and incipient consumption, They all emphasize the fact that no one should bo without it. Syrup as a remody for cough, cold The Tried, True and Trustworthy Trader, tfl Pi Fine AVisto-Photo- s. during tho holidays at the regular price of photographs. 14-3- t. I will make lino Aristo-Photograp- ii. U. JUATTEKN. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. . IliWfiililtii . onggpKJUF J"' j l. J"'.. w tf si I BWMJUiwwwwamii it iirimragaatgTiag .i mI 3' Top Coats! Top quality too. Tip The top qualities. very BEST. The best style, the best fit) the best material. That's our Overcoats to a T. Pricks are the only thing about them that are not tipTHEY ARE top. This week LOW. we give you the choice at $5, $7. 50, $io, $12, Si 5 and j&20, figures that half their value.' These overcoats are as cheap as ice in CRUTCHER -- ITeckwear! & rasas- 1 A It la Underwear Is something which is nearest our heart and youks. derwear, You can you af-far- S w c eping reducto-da- n tions are made y in our neckwear de- i Suits! If you 'are looking for a suit not a law suit but a good, stylish suit of clothes, one that will wear well and long, one that will look good from first to last and one that is cheap, we have it sure, prices range from $ 1,0 to $25 Styles are sacks, cutaway, frocks and Prince Alberts. Stock all new and prices reduced.' Clothiers l Furnishers Shoes! Chicago girls' shoes are notorious all over the country for their size. Our shoes are equally well known because of their ex cellence. The $3.00 shoe for men, the $3.98 shoe for women and the little monitor shoe for school children are our leaders. Hats! We have an immense stock of men's and boys' hats and caps in all the lead ing styles and makes. Men's stiff hats, hand , value made, $2.75 and $3, choice fur-felt- d to buy good un- can't afford to go without. scarcely represent We have some great jack frost killers just now of all sizes and January. tt color and style of fabric at prices ranging for 75c. to $5.00 a suit. Just call in and have a look at it. s, tecks, puffs, ascots &c. from the celebrated makers, Fisk, Flagg, Glarke & Rufus Waterhouse, Louis A m erbach, go at $1 for choice, not one scarf held back. Buyers never had such an opportunity to buy the finest neckwear at such a figure, at 50c. you get choice of all goods sold for 65c, 75c. and $1.00, at 25c. you'll sec scarfs for men, boys and children that are new and desirable. four-in-hand- serfs and partment, all fine 41 4, ; -- '1 i'h '. , r y . for $2. Boys' hats, only 50c, 75c, 1. Fur caps, $1.00, 1.50, 2.00 to 3.00 , 1 . Ladies will appreciate our fine stock of slippers, &c. Infant's '',i' . - i and children's goods a specialty. - Boys' and men's cloth and chinchilla caps, 5c. , 25c, 50c, j up to $1. KNOWLEDGE IS POWER In the language of Mrs. Partington, "It's a powerful good thing to know things." It is some things. To know where a $ has the most purchasing power in clothing and furnishings is, a good thing. Such knowledgesaves a power of money in the course of time. 336-34- 0 -- Main St., FRANKFORT. 4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. Might do as well for you, but they don't. Five minutes' comparison proves it. Thousands have tested it. If you are dubious try it yourself. Begin with us first orwith the other fellows. We don't care as long as you make the comparison. Oilier Stores Remedy. The Electropoise Ky., Nov. 30, 1892. Manager Electropoise, Dear Sir: When I began treatment with the Electropoise under your direction two months ago I was helpless, suffering from rheumatism. I could not move hand or foot without the most intense pain, and the joints were terribly enlarged and out of shape. I am now able to bend all my joints, the swelling has almost entirely disappeared, and I can lift my hands, arms and HmbB with ease. I foel sufthat I wonld like to tell everyto lose ferer from this terrible disease no time in getting an Electropoise, for I look upon it as tne means in God's hands of curing diseases in accordance with Nature's laws. Thank God for the Electropoise. Respectfully, Mrs. Susan E. EorjE. LBXINGTOK, Descriptive be" benefited. pamphlet free. Address or call at may E LEOTROPOISE OFFICE, Room 6, Johns Building, corner Main and Walnut streets, Lexington, Ky. mksm m Q! mmmmmm iu:(i,w('!ikv Moore's Poultry AND - VSS?5C s. TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE A market. Postlvely prevents and cures WM. CROMWELL, ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W CHOLERA GAPES. KBAI, BSTATB AGENT. Wanted. and gentlemen suffering , Ladies with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottle of Otto's Cure, which we are distributing free of charge, and we can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy for Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, Consumption, and ail diseases of the throat and lungs. It will stop a cough quicker than any known remedy. We will guarantee it to cure you. If your children have croup or whooping cough it is sure to give instant relief. Don't delay, but get a trial bottle free. Large size 60c. Sold by Chapman & Williams., 46 14-3- t. 110. fr!U6 More then pays for Its use In the extra production of 'iksspsttusm ar 3E CHAPMAN Gi- - (Jet n trial box. S - Franklin and th adjoining countlw, Of will aUo giro spAelal attention to the purehu and ule ol real estate, collection f nta. clalna, and tha ecottatB of loan. COURTS PBACTICS nt THB r u vJSl tnnS-l- t rtMjM, liSO & WILLIAMS, W. J. CHINN, JR, THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET GOODS AND SUNDRIES. "BB Will practice in all State Courts. Of. lice second floor, Cuntom House. .Ian.B0-ly- hm to. Hours. Time, 25 SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. April 9-- . House and Lot AT . The shortest and quickest. Georgetown to Jacksonville. AIb Games, alphabet blocks and fancy Manager Electropoise, Dear Sir: basketB at Barrett's. Time. 26 Hours, For years I have suffered with chronic Solid Vestlbulcd Trains The Short line be inflamation of the bowels and kidAll goods bought of Copper- tween Cincinnati and ney trouble; I have had very severe Lexington, Ky., Time Uh Mourn 15-t- f. cases of flux. The Electropoise has smith engraved free. KNOXVIM.B, Tbnn., " 17 amikvili.k, N. C, "' worked wonderfully in mv case. 11 Chaitanoooa, Tknn., ' Nothing has ever helped me so much. 16 TLANTA, Gi., gold " 16 Barrett has Thank God for the Electropoise. I nicest writing the best in thepens and BlUUINUHAM. ALA.. " city. tablets Direct Connections at NewOneansandShrev not be without it for a fortune. would t. port for Texas, Mexico and California. Gratefully yours, Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway W. T. Matheny. u 5:l5,i.m...irrlveClnolnnatll0:26 MAR- a. m. Quicker than any dther line LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. Alltr.wii irrlv it lepartfrom JentrnlOnlos Depot, Cincinnati t Ky.,Nov. 28, 1892 KOI KatP" VtHpS.tfe. 4MTfl" Lexington, K. T. OHAULETON, BY GLOVER Si DURRETT, Manager Electropoise. Dear Sir:' FURNISHED D. P. & T. a.. Chattanooga. My daughter Eva May was very deaf LOUIBVItiLiK TUUAVIU WAUtillUUHU, I). 'J. EDWARDS. D. MILLER, very badly when Tr.if.Mng. Cincinnati), 'i P.&A.T and had catarrh Solon rn nnr mnrkfifc for fcho weolf you began treating her with Electro justclosedamountto 3,903 --hhds . with noise. Alter one monurn 1.1. :,i fo aAK !!. she waa entirely cured, Therefore z. rucuipijn iur inu niimo jjuiiuu ui o,uw Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. wo gladly 'testify to the wonderful hhds. Sales on our market since powers of the instrument. amount to 158,855 hhds. Sales sincerely, of the crop of 1891 on ourmarket to Mns. G. W. Metoalf date 127,501 hhds. The sales of new hurley crop have been remarkably large again this HEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, WASHIM-TOLexington, Ky., Nov. 3, 1892 week and prices during the early Manager Electropoise, Dear Sir: part of the week were irregular and B05I0H and all Eastorn Cities. Five weeks treatment with the Elec somewhat weaker but the market tropoiso cured me of dropsy, and my wife, who has been suffering from newburley for the week amounted Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE, total sales of with nervous prostration, has received to 3.009 hhdsburloy thefor thd week LEXINGTON and EASTERN much benefit after two weeks treat- the new POINTS. and is now able to sleep Boven amounting to 7,575 hhds. ment, night. I am grateful for The quotations which we give Time card In effect' Nov. 1st, 1892. hours each below these results, and I do not hesitate to crop. are for the new 1892 burley KABT HOUND. recommend the Electropoise for simLvo. Lexington. Trash (dark) or damaged 7:10 a.m. Atlanta Express, No. 21, dally ilar cases. $4 50 $6 50 Midi mil Accom , No. 2J, dally ex. Sun . ,11:40 a, m, tobacco Yours truly, VestlbuledKxprehS.Ivo. 21, dally. . . .0:10 p.m. 9 00 Common Oolory trash... 0 50 W. G. Graham u, Mt.SterllugAccom , No. 28, dally ex. Sun.fi.-25i-. Medium to good colory WKVf HOUND. PUBLIC SALS. I SALE, AT THE WILL OFFER AT PUBLI iVurMiouse door In tne city of Frankfort, on 'Kentucky Midland By. Shortest and quickest between Lexington, Ky., Nov. 30, 1892. CINCINNATI AND 2voxid.a,3rv Taxi. 2, 1893, FRANKFORT. Only direct line between the house and lot on Long Lane alley, opposite the ius Works, known as the Hndon Demar Frankfort, piopertr. The home contains two rooms und u kitchen, lot 60 by 4Wj feet. TERMS OF SALE-O- ne half cash, balance In lisle, Wit. DEMaR. twelvemonths. Dec. 10-t- Georgetown and Paris, Fal- Gar, 0- 1 Haysville, Cjntbia&a, mouth and Corington VIA KY. j m UK3s fWOT d Midway, Ky. 14-3- vlaGeo-gmw- Notice. AN ORDER OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY Court. the.Fraiikfort Safety Vnult and Trust Company has been appointed administrator of the estate of Samuel Calme.se, deceased. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate., aro called upon to settle same, and nil persons having claims against the same are required to piesent them properly proven. FRANKFORT tAFE TY VAULT ic TRUST CO. ASK TRAINS FOR TICKETS MIDLAND. R!N DY GENTRAL STANDARD TIME. TIME TADLE DEC. 12. 189& I a ; m i p ii I r 12 4& 12.55 1.10 1.25 1.45 1.55 2.05 2.20 TRAINS E AST. Lv. Lv. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. 4.10 Jrtn-uaryl- st J. A. bj Payktti: Hkwitt, President. Nov. Scorr, Attorney. l,r. Summit Frankfort . . . A . DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the PHOENIX SOTEI, IN LEXINGTON. KY.. Lv Elizabeth Ar PartP i.v. Johnnoii Lv. lieorgetovMi Lv, C. S. Depot I v. Newtown Lv. Ccntrevllle Lv. Duvall Lv. Switzer Lv. stamping (i round . , Elkhom 11.11 , ;.; on II. 6.18 fi.b2 O.yj 6 44 6.52 0.56 7.0M 4.iu 4.22, VM 4 45 4.&J C I , 7.18 7.23 7.S7 4.5'J 6 08 fUfi 5.27 5.15 5.10 b.6 M I Z45 a 05 8.20 8.80 3.45 1- 'A M I I' Saturday, Deo. 24th, 1892. ucMnnnunins (Pllxtl rnreil without surelrji operation an d with little or io pain; REEERENCE8 . W. McKee Hardle, Frankfort, Ky. Dr. Ky. ! J. T. Staten, Frankfort, V. scon. vrauKiun, ny. J. A.E. M. (iober, Frankfort. And so the good work goes on. We have many more remarkablo cures to tell about in Lexington. No one need hesitate, as it has passed city. the experimental stage in this an asThe Electropoise's success is and sured fact. Ve treat all nervous .l.Miln ' illnnnHnH. It. does not COSt . you accent, to consult .us,, and you Select or wrappery .,. ' tobacco Common lugs not colory Common Oolory lugs Medium to good colory 11 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 14 Medium to good leaf. 10 Good to fine leaf. 1 trash 9 00 8 00, 9 00 00 50 00 00 44 p 00 10 00 Arr. Lexington. 9 00 Lexington iccoui., No, 27, dally ex. 8un..7:66 a m. Louisville Express, No. 21, dally . . . .12:401 m. 10 00 LexliiRton Accom.. No. 23,dallyex.Sun..4:15 v. u, VeMibuled Express, No, 2J, dally. . . .CsiOi'.M. 12 00 lth Dining Cars Kolld Vestlbulod Trains Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York 14 00 10 00 without change . No Bus transfers. 20 00 H.W. FULLER, .' .C.B.RYAN, (ien'i. pass. Agt., ashi ueni. rasa. act. O Cincinnati. Washington., D. C.f 23 00 David Moore, Benson, Ky. A connects with L. & N. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. n connects with Q. A 0, and L.S, C connects with K. C. DR. KELLEY'S ofllcenml residence Is at 259 West Eighth strcet.Clnclnnatl.audwhere he may The Kentucky AHdland Railway and connecbe found every day of each week except SATUR- tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all DAYS, Pamphlets describing these diseases points north, south and west. and the mode of treatment sent free to any one Forfurthor Information apply to their agents. W. I. KBLLEY, M. D., by uadrefcslng D. DEHCAW, E. B. WEITZEL. 259 w. Eight St, Cincinnati, O. City Ticket Agent. Gen. Puns. Agt. CONSULTATION FREE. 0. HABPXR, Geu. Bupt. 0?0. Hcrherlch. Frankfort, hy. Rev. L. P. Hulett, Denson.Ky. A. II. McClure, Frankfort, Ky. V. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. Ky. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. TttAlNS VVKST. Lv. Paris C Ar. Elizabeth Newtown C. S. Depot . (Jeorgetown . Duvall No. 2. . M..U No. 4 Centmllle Johnson .... . 8.81 8.M y.ro 1(1.85 QAl 6.16 (i.54 ii No.8 INo.l i.45 5.27 4.63 4.25 6.62 7.05 7.15 7.85 tM - M 8 47 . . . . l) . 7.01 7.1U 7 17 7 2H 4.4f 10.42 10 4H . Elkhorn Ar.Buinum Ar. Frankfort u Ar. Switzer Stamping Ground .,..,, 10 55 11.10 11.10 H.W 11.30 A . 7.44 7.60 7.58, &03 7,l 7.f5 H.tO 80 8.20 Jns. M. a