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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1892 fra1892123101 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. jpFl 1 fv 7fiS5P7rr'i li -- . The ty0 Frankfort Eohndibout. A GEO. A. LEWIS, Publisher. WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS: $1.00 In Advance Volume XVI. Highest of all in Leavening Power. FKANKFORT, KY., MCBAIBEK 31, Latest U. S. Gov't Report' COUNTY CLERK And City Clerk Have a Legal Tilt to Ascertain who will Collect State Licenses. 189. Number 17 v M I '.. 8' 1 w Still they say no, no In sell For Jett has become go dear to tLelr heart That from one small acre they d ire not part. Tou can pet'to Jett by rail or pike, You can come to Jett wht never you like, You can oome when the weather Is rough or flue, You are welco.ne to Jett at any time. County Clerk N 13. Smith wants the collection of the State licenses authorized by the new revenue l:iw, and City Clerk Charles Payne con L tends that until the Legislature passJ es the charter for the third class cities and repeals the provision in the present charter of Frankfort by i which he is governed in the collee- a wholesale mirchaBe of women's tion, that duty still devolves on the Jetts. stockings and Rave a pair to each city clerk, despite the provision in married member of the House and the new revenue law which confers Jett Is a nourlshlrtg llttlo country town, ever foun'l, Few Just like It, Is fe'.dotn also to a numbpr of the State officials. the authority on the county clerks. With Its natunil resources so very wide, They were of the best material and The amount of the collections in a Jett has become Its pejple's pride. were doubtless appreciated by the year will aggregate about 5,000 and From the" North and South, from the Kast and recipients this extremely cold on this the city clerk obtains a com- West, are pulling and doing their be't, Loafers weather, but if by guessing at the mission of five per cent, or about Each one bound for where they last met, sizp of a shoe, he could fit that part $250, and as the Attorney General has And soon are all cotdly nettled at Jett. of a woman's lower limb, modestly verbally expressed his opinion that If In the darkness and stlllnosn of ulght. might, referred to hero as an infant cow, he the city clerk is the legal collector of You hear a horse coming with main and Oh where ts the rider hnstenlng with such speed? should take rank with that great the licenses until a new charter has To Jett, to Jett, rings the hoofs of the stceO. theatrical manager Kiralfly, who says been passed, County Clerk Smith on Jett Is such a desirable upot it only requires a grasp of a wo mam's Tuesday engaged the services of That for Iovj nor money you can't buy a lot. Try as you will and lorn? as you may, . hand for him to obtain a complete Messrs. Cromwell and Franklin to test the matter by a writ of injuncI can not sell, the owners will say. knowledge of her whole anatomy. tion to restrain the city clerk from Though the sums they are offered may be In. mense Mrs. R. C. Rhea, further collections of the licenses. defensaj Rcy&l X Rtaysnr Baking Powde '! ABSOLUTELY PORE 1 ft"w'ffi I desire to thank you for your liberal patronage during the old year and wish you all a happy, happy! and prosperous new year, find promise that faithful service to the public which has been so charac eristic, and secured your favor. Respectfully, i Friends, Patrons and Citizens: . ', l . JL i GRAY Hardware Merchant. XXX FOB, SCHOOL TEACHERS. ?r The Last Draft on Treasurer out of This Year's Sohool Fund. The last school draft on the school i lund of this year will be drawn on the State Treasurer next Tuesday. of the total fund pr$37G,673.94. As obtained from State Superintendent Thomp-- ' son, the entire fund for the year was drawn out as follows: It represents almost one-fift- h October payment, 1892 . . .696,809.00 3,957.00 2.610.00 351,803.50 352,042.50 5,226.00 376,673.94 1,381 89 Breathitt county, Oct. 5 . . Knott county, Oct. 5. . . . November payment December payment Frankfort. Dec. 24 Jan. payment, 1893 Frankfort due on January payment .... .... ft fs Total 706,267 pro-rat- a $1,790,542.S3 This sum was made up as follows: Whole number of pupils: $2.50 1,765,667 50 22,508.63 '2,366.70 $1,790,542.83 each County fund, interest,&c. on bonds Roturned not used during session year before Total Christmas Remembrances. Besides the numerous gifts that passed between relatives and friends on this day of "peace on earth, good will to all mankind," there were doubtless many tokens of esteem given to employers by their employes which never found theirway in print. But among the kind which the happy recipients could not sup-- , press if they cured to do it was a handsome carving set, mounted with solid silver, which Mr. James M. Siflell, the postmaster, received. Capt. H. J. Hyde made the presentation speech on' behalf of the corps of A Bravo Little Girl. Of Milford, Neb., says she suffered greatly from a com plication of diseases of female weakness and' liver OF daughtor ; wife and and kidney troubles. Her health was The Warden Sam A. Norman, of the fully restored by using Dr. Hale's of Household Tea, the most pleasant penitentiary in this city, are spend and effective medicine known. 25c. ing the winter at their Mayfleld and 60c. per package at P. H. Carpe- home. One night last week, with the j 1 nter's drugstore. husband and father absent in this city, and no man about the United States Court. house, Mrs. Norman heard a burglar term of the trying to open a rear door. She The Each Department Complete With- United States Court will begin in this awoke the baby girl, whispered to city next Monday. Judge Jno. W. her what was the matter, and, lifting Barr, of Louisville, will preside and her out of a window, told her to run Mr. W. J. Chinn, of this city, occupy to Neighbor Gardner's house and tell the clerk's desk. As stated in last him that a burglar was trying to get week's issue, the docket for this in their back door. That she did it, And useful articles. Our Mr. Brower lias just returned from the . term is quite lengthy and contains' and did it successfully, is evidenced Eastern markets and recer.t, purchases, bought some very important cases. In addi- by the fact that Mr. Gardner retion to the cases already on the sponded, and not only surprised the especially for the docket, tho papers which District burglar, but captured him, and Attorney Jolly is now preparing for landed him in the Graves county an indictment against the city of jail. Frankfort and county of Franklin for All Free. failing to raise the St. Clair street Those who have used Dr. King's bridge in compliance with the orders Discovery its value, and of tho Secretary of War, will proba- New who have knowhave the oppor not, those bly bring on a contest before the tunity to try it free. Call on the adver- court that will awaken considerable t tised Druggist and got a Trial Bottle Are coming in daily. Everybody invited to examine our stock. citi- free. Sen a your name and address interest among tho to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and Visitors and buyers equally welcome. Purchased made now can zens on whom the burden of a heavy get a sample box of Dr. King's New fine is liable to fall. be stored, if so desired, and delivered later. Life Pills Free, as well a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, Free. All of which is Kentucky. Illinois. guaranteed to do you good and cost nothing at Phil. Carpenter's Drug From Danvillle, 111., Mrs. H J. Store. 4 Nabors writes: "I have been using your remedies for scrofula and am Do You Want a Farm? crreatlv benefited. Mv back was al most one solid sore. Two boxes of. Ointments! If you do, go and see Messrs. L. B. Dr. Halo's Household healed it entirely." . Marshall & Oo.r who have in their From Olive Hill, Ky., Mrs. M. J. hands a first class one of 210 acres, Matney writes, May 13. 1892: My daughter has been afflicted with lying on a turnpike in a good neigherysipelas in her eyes from infancy. borhood, eight miles from this city, She is now past 12 years old and one with a comfortable brick house and Carpets, Furniture, Wallpaper, Draperies. 25c. box has cured her," It costs no all the necessary out buildings upon more to get the best. Got a box at it. Read their ad. in another column. 1 P. H. Carpenter's drue store. six-year-old AH UNEQUALLED DISPLAY Holiday Goods. -- semi-annu- al N OYELTIE S 1 3 A t ; Christmas Trade tax-payi- ng IjOXVIIESST prices. Loxington, Ky, BROWIR,S0OTf & FRAZEE, S. Tho Cold Snap. For more than a week we have had Btaady cold weather, the mercury ranging from 4 to 12 above zero, with froquent light falls of snow. Ice to tho thickness of six Inches formed on Benson, tho young people have had a fine time skating and thoao who have ice houses have filled them with clear, crystal blocks. Several mornings a thin skim of Ice covered the river, but disappeared before night- -' fall; yesterday morning, however, it was frozen hard and if the snap still continues tho boys will be Tho hills skating on It Monday. boon covered have hereabouts tuaiiiij; vi ntiutv, Willi it null button miles south of this tho snow is on the ground four inches doop. Examination of Teachers. On Friday next, January G.tho applicants for the position of teaohor in tho common schools of tho county will be examined. All persons desiring to bo examined should be present on that day at the olllce of the County Superintendent. E. Corner Main and Broadway, J clerks and carriers. Johnson, Col. E. Polk Why Don't You Stop These words are very familiar to our readers, as not a day pusses without; tho report of the sudden death of The exsome promlnont citizen. planation IsHeartDiseases." Therefore beware If you have any of tho following symptoms: Short Breath, Pain in Side, Smothering Snells, Swollen Ankles, Asthmatic Breath- I.... WT..l. .,,,,1 14. ......... Uv.nllu 'l'r. dene88 in shoulder or Arm, Flutter- ! of the Capital, was given two splendid willow chairs in which to swing himself at full length. Mr. Jason M. Case received a pair of gold rimmed eye glasses and Messrs. Sam O. Sayre and J. It. Williams wore also remembered by the Capital employes. The associates of tho proprietor of the RouNDAnouT did not lot tho occasion pass without taking tho T. A DIES Kecdlns a tonic, or children who want build- head of tho olllce completely by surink' up, should taku nilOWN'B IKON IllTTKRS. prise and presenting him with a set Is pleasant j cures Malaria. Indlgcetlon, It of elegant silver tablo spoons, a testiUlllousuciS, Liver Complaints and Neuralgia. monial of tho warm friendly relations which haveevor subsisted in this W. L. Coppersmith, the dewoffice between the proprietor and his ier, caters for the vants of 15-t- f. omployos. the people. Hall, tho genial janitor Capt. Todd olothlng of tho House, was more unique in his Sol. Harris will sell you , can huy Christmas offerings than any benevo- for less than some people lent porson yet on record. Ho inado them ut wholesale. f. I I lilt) most reliable lUIUUUV is Dr Miles' New lloarc Ouro, which has Book of s tvetl thousands of lives. testimonials free at J. W. Gaylo's who also sells the Now Hoart Cure. 1 These symptoms nionn hearu disease. ing ot wearc or irreuuisr The largest oollootioii of Souvenir Spoons ever brought to Frankfort at Coppersmith's. 15-t- f. ' Children Cry for Pitcher's Cas prial 411 y any. ( It jAy6jftn...vjmmrarTHrf-.a- i nil i im m nmmm "" '''Mf-wnmff- 1 imuwnw.wMntyiMii 'jm mr 'hwiiiw hitii i mi' v.n r ffjgm ir-r'- . W V I J "f yuwr") "wri 1 ' M S5 TTl T . I We invite our friends and the publie to call on us if they wish to save money on goods in our line Wall Paper, 34 cents and upward. Large Sissal Rope, 3 cents per pound. I Hrrse Shoes. Si. 80 per kec. Shot, 64, cents per pound. Steel Nails, per keg, S1.90, base. Trace Chains, per pair, 35 cents. Cutlery, Oils, "Wire Nails, per keg, $1.95, base. Best Firmer Chisels, 15 cents up. Hunt s Axes, 00 cents. Carriage Bolts, per package, 70 per cent. off. Window Glass, 80 per cent, off list. Hunt's No. Hatchets, 45 cents. Chains, Disston's Hand Saws, $1.10. Varnish. Rock Salt, 60 crnts per 100 pound. Door Locks, complete, 20 cents. Pad Locks, 10 cents. Diamond Dye, 5 cents per package. Alabastine, 25 cents per package. Sherwin & Williams' Mixed Paints, S1.45 per gallon Harness, Boys' Saddles, S2.35. Guns, Patent arfd Plain Grate Baskets, 4 and 4 GermaniaMixed Paint, $1.10 per gallon.. per pound Bridle Hits. 15 cents. S. & W. Family Paints, 15 cents. Sewer Pipe, 70 per cent, off Collars. Buggy Harness, $6. 50. Brushes. Outside Blinds, and 5 off. Buggy Whips, 10 cents and .upward. Ridirg Bridles, 65 cents. 50 1 IRON ROOFING, M1LBURN L T wamm TsX mm a Gr O XT WIRE, WAGONS. T &C. 4 ', cents t Tro3r Slurries, Blacksmith's and Wagon Materials, Belting, Sash and Doors, Paper Shades, Crockery, Iron, Shot, Shells, Cartridges, etc., at the reduced prices. charged at regular price. wortli $17"5, for $i5JOURNAL All goods sold on time Cor. Main and Lewis Personals. StreetsQ, b COLLINS & BRO., Miss Minnie, went to Mt. Sterling Monday to spend the week with their sister, Mrs. M. R. Hamline. Mrs. Ettie Wirgman, of Louisville, with her daughter, Miss Mary Ella, and son, is spending the holidays with her sister, Mrs. Samuel R. Smith. Mr. F. T. Brooks and friend, Mr. Bainard, of Syracuse, N. Y., were here the first of the week as guests Capt. of Mr. Brook's father-in-la' Sam Sanders. Mrs. H. G. Henderson and daughter, Russell, left Wednesday morning for Tallapoosa, Georgia, for a visit to Mr. J. W. Caseldine and wife, parents of Mrs. Henderson. Opposite the Farmers Bank. flowers, and two little boys dr589ed as pages attended the bride, who entered the church leaning on the arm of Rev. W. R. Lloyd, former pastor of the church, who assisted in the ceremony. Tho groom came from the pastor's study, accompanied by his brother, the officiating minister, and met his bride at the altar. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers and during the ceremony the couple stood under a bridal bell made of white roses, which was suspended from a canopy made of smi-lax. Mr. Cns. Bennett, jr., is at home from Chicago. Mr. John Parker, of PariB, spent Monday in this city. Miss Nellie Orbison is visiting friends in Covington. Rev. J.B. Tharp, of LaGrange, was in the city yesterday. Miss Fannie Lillard, of Versailles, is visiting relatives here. Mr. Robert Mason, of Eddyville, is here visiting his relatives. Mr. ChaB. 0. Reynolds, of Lexington, is visiting in the city. Mr. Sam C. Sayre was in Louisville this week visiting his friends. Mr. Hugh Rodman is here for the holidays from Ann Arbor, Mich. nati Saturday to spend the holidays. Miss Roso Crittenden went to Lexi ington Tuesday tp visit Miss Effle Hill. Miss Dea McCraigy, of Circle ville, Ohio, is the guest of Mrs. Jaaon M. Mr. Dennis Grifiln, of Louisville, is visiting his relatives in this city. Mr. Church Berryman, of Louisville, visited friends here Monday. Mr. Tarlton Julian, of Mr. Sterling, is in the city visiting his relatives. Miss Lilly Showalter went to Lexington Wednesday to visit relatives. Mr. Claiborne Mason, of Chicago, was here this week visiting relatives. Mr. John 0. Russell, of Louisville, was here Christmas to visit his sister. Miss Tillie Roberts is home from an extended visit to friends in Eminence Miss Anne Taylor, of Nicholasville, is the guest of Miss Allene Woodson. Mrs. D'. C. Knight went to Cincin- visiting Mr. Will Rodman, at Point Breeze, near this city. Miss Louise Pepper visited in Lexington this week and attended Miss Bronston's german. Col. John F. Davis, of Shelbyville, Agricultural Commissioner, was in the city this week. Mr. Walter Brawner, of Memphis, is here for the holidays visiting his mother on the South Side. Master Walter Suttles is making quite an extended visit to friends and relatives in Cynthiana. , Oapt. H. B. Jenks, Chief of the Railway Postal Service for this district, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Harry G. Johnson, of Louisville, spent the week with his parents, Col. and Mrs.E. Polk Johnson. Miss Clara Hamilton has returned from an extended visit to her sister, ex-Sta- te THE EVENING SOLD. To Become a Morning Daily. Messrs. Marksbury & Roberts, of the Opinion, yesterday purchased the good will, subscription list and name of the Daily Evening Journal from Messrs. O'Connor and Armstrong Brothers, who have for the past nine months been publishing that paper under the style of tho Evening Journal Co., will merge it with the Opinion, and on Tuesday begin the publication of it as a morning daily, retaining the name of the Journal. Mr. Moses O'Connor, it is understood, will go into the grocery business, but Messrs. Armstrong, who retain the presses and printing material of the Journal establishment, will continue to run a job office at their old stand. The office of the Journal will be removed to the Odd Fellows' Building, where the Opinion now is, and the paper will be greatly improved by the ad. dition of limited telegraph service. Mr. Marksbury is to newspaper our people as a first-clas-s man and a clever gentleman, while Mr. Roberts, his partner, is one of the bestprintersinthe city, having for the past five years been an employe, and for three years foreman, of the Roundabout office, and although a very quiet and modest gentleman, is an energetic business man, who will look after the mechanical and business departments of the Journal, .while Mr. Marksbury will have editorial charge. The now proprietors of the Journal propose to give the people of Franks daily paper, and as fort a they are both hustlers they will come as near keeping their promise an any newspaper men we know of, and we wish them abundant success in their new enterprise. well-know- n first-clas- i '.-'.- h' "A T jj9 'lit Iff - 'If ys iv For Sale An open front coal and good as new, is stove, offered for sale at a bargain. Also a a "New Process" gasoline stove, only used one season. Apply at this office. tile-line- d Prof. R. de Roode, of Lexington, presiding at the organ, and rendered some beautiful airs for the entertainment of the audience while they waited the coming of the bride. Mr. O. R. Orutcher and wife, Mrs. Harry G. Henderson and Mr. I. J. Moore, of this city, were in attendance. 3fl f ,vl '! Mrs. Mary B. Miles, in Louisville. Miss Lizzie B. Hodges, of Louisville, spent Christmas with her sister, Mrs. J. N. Crutcher in Bellepoint Dr. Waller O. Green, of Louisville, was here the first of the week to spend Christmas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skene, jr., of Louisville,'visitodMrs. Skene's sister, Mrs. Wm. Newhall, jr.. thiB week. Mr. Thomas VanDerveer, of Hamilton, Ohio, is visiting his sister, Mrs. John W. Milam, on Clinton street. Miss 011a B. Matinee. The Lyon Comedy Company, who are playing a three night engagement at tho Opera House, will give a matinee this afternoon at 2:30, for the benefit of the ladies and children. The prices oi admission will be 10 ana M cents to ait parts ox tne nouse. This evening at 8 o'clock the engageperment will close with a first-claformance. ss Both the bride and groom have many friends here where they have frequently visited relatives. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.' ! MOST SUCCESSFUL Wheel Officers. Mr. John Selbert, of this city, was elected a delegate to. the National Convention, at the meeting of the Division Board of Officers of Kentucky Wheelmen in Louisville on Thursday, and Mr. J. Witt Shipman was appointed local consul for this city. These are both splendid selections and they will discharge their duties faithfully and promptly, and we may expect a boom in bicycling in the EYE, EBK, T HBOBT Suttles spent the day Case. . Mr. Chas. Taylor, jr., of Cincinnati, was with his parents the first of the week. Mr. Sam K. Bangs, of the Eminence Constitutionalist, was here this week. Mr. Ed. Faris, of Petersburg, was here this week visiting his father's family. Miss Lottie Isaac, of Louisville, is the guest of Misses Ella and Lulie ChoatO'." the city. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Callahan and children have returned to their home in Lexington. Mr. Jas. W. Mayhall, of Corbin, is visiting his father and sisters, on Shelby street. Mrs. 0. 0. Brown, of New York, is with her son, Mr. Charles Proehl, on the South Side. Mr.' Buckner Willingford, of Cincinnati, Ohio, spent Christmas with R. P. Pepper, jr. Mr. Russell Sneed made a brief trip to St. Louis this week and returned Tuesday. Mr. I. T. West returned Tuesday from a two weeks' business trip in Eastern Kentucky. Mr. Thomas Green, of Louisville, was in the city the first of the week visiting his friends. Mr. W. B. Hookensmith, of Louisville, is here visiting his father, Mr. James Hockonsmith. Mr. Carter Semplo, of Louisville, is ( Mrs. Maria Hampton and daughter, of Henderson, are visiting relatives in Rochester, druggi3t. near Farmdale. Mr. Ed. Harris, who is agent for a A Fortunate Little Lady. N. Y., house with headat Pittsburg, Pa.,' is in the in the city Wednesday. She will make a visit to Lexington next week. Misses Jennie and Cornelia Page, after a visit to Miss Cordelia Bull, returned home to Scott county Thursday. Miss Mao Van Meter, of Christians-burg- , who has been the guest of Mrs. Chas. Exum, returned home Thursday. Mr. W. F. Grayot, of the Auditor's Office, returned from his Christmas vacation at his home in Smithland, Tuesday. Mrs. Helen McOlure and children left Tuesday to visit her parents, Dr. E. H. Black and wife, in Stamping Ground. Mr. Howard Rodman, of the Co., of Louisville, was here Christmas visiting his father on the South Side. Miss Elma Edwards, of Pleasure, ville, was the guest of Miss Sallie Bartlett on east Main street during the holidays. Dr. C. B. Ohinn and wife, of this city, were the guests of Mr. Chas. R. Gresham and wife last week in Jack son, Georgia. Carrie Blakemore enterM:ss tained this week several of her visiting friends and relatives at her home Allen-Bradley And Chronic Disease Specialist In the State. early spring. The laws of health are taught in the Bchools; but not in a way to be of much practical benefit and are never illustrated by living examples, which in many cases might easily be done. If some scholar who has just contracted a cold was brought before the school so that all could hear the dry, loud cough and know its significance; see the thin white coating on the tongue, and later, as the cold developed, see the profuse watery expectoration ana thin watery discharge from the nose, not one of them would ever forget what the first symptoms of cold were. The scholar should then be given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely, that all might. see that even a severe cold could be cured in one or two days, or at least greatly mitigated, when properly treated as soon as the first symptom's appear. Tins romedy is famous for its cures of qoughs, IS WBmiiMmmKKm DR.STQCKDALE. The celebrate Specialist, formerly ot New York City, now ( onsultlng Physician of bemthern Medical Institute, of Louisville, Ky will be at the CAPITAL HOTEL. Jranktort. 1 Rheumatism knocked higher than a 'kite Mr. J. N. Bucher, Mineral Point, Ohio, deposes and says: "I have used Salvation Oil for rheumatism, and in one or two applications knocked it higher than a kite." m 1 m 1 Matrimonial. and Mis3 Margaret Wilson, of Puckett Wilson Mr. John Puckott Hat-to- n, were on Wednesday granted a license to marry. Poindexter-Tjiarp On Wednes- day a marriage license was granted to Poindexter and Miss Leona Tharp, of Peak's Mill. Mr. Ben Barnett-Jone- s Mr. Robert L. Barnett and Miss Lizzie Jones, of Stamping Ground, were married in this city Thursday morning at the Methodist parsonage, Rev. H. G. Thursday, January 5tU, colds and croup. It is made especially for these diseases and is the most prompt and most reliable medicine known for the purpose. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, quarters city visiting his parents. Miss Mollio McCoy, of Louisville, spent several days the first of the week with her sister, Mrs. H. G. Mattern, on Logan street. Mrs. and Mrs. ThoB. H. Hays, of Louisville, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm, H. Newhall. jr., leave for home this morning. Rev. J. L. Darsio, Master Clyde and Miss Clara, his son and daughter, of Versailles, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Darsio, this week. Mr. Caleb Ledridge and sister, . .. Mr. Daniel R. Henderson, brother of Rev. H. G. Henderson, of this city, and Miss Pattio Mooro, sister of Mrs. O. R. Orutcher, also of this city, wore married at the Christian Church in Georgetown on Tuesday. There wore no bridesmaids, no best man and Cook Wanted. tho rites at the altar were without A good cook can get a situation by display. Rov. H. G. Henderson perapplying to me, at the Farmers Bank, formed the ceremony and two little witn flood references. . flower girls, carrying wreaths of UKAST UKEJSN. 17-1- 1. Mr. and Mrs. Phythlan Saffell's baby daughter, little Miss Frances, though only a few weeks old, received over seventy Christmas presents on Sunday many of them being handsome and all of them useful to her little ladyship. If the number of her presents at each Christmas increases proportionately with her years she certainly will have an abundant supply when she reaches sweet sixteen. returning every four weeks. DR 8T0CKPALE has Mud jears of experience. In the largest hospitals In the country, lsiigraduate of severulof the best colleges, and his for u numbel of years MiicJe 11 hi eehity ot all chronic and .surgical diseases lie treats suoce8fully and does not take the c ise unless a cure cim be guaranteed. Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Ringing In Ears, Deifuess. UlsensaoftheEyo. Ear, Nose. Throat Henderson officiating. Lungs, Kidney, urinary and uiuuaer jtoudios, Barnett-Jone- s Mr. Robert L. Brlent's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Constipation, ltheuuiutlsm and Paralysis Epilepsy Fits Barnett and Miss Lizzie Jones, of Young orormldd positively cured. men, suffering from Stamping Ground, wore united in Spermatorrhea, Impotoncr. Eruptions, the results tuil before It marriage at the Methodist Parsonage of errors or excsses, ashould If case has not Is too gone lute. We guarantee cure too far. in this city Thursday morning by Rev. H. G. Henderson. Henderson - Moore BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. As Syphlllls, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., cured by never-fallin-g remedies. Disease ot Women, such as Lucorrhea, Painful Menstruation, Displacement ot Womb, Wearing . Down Pains In Back relieved In short time. The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepared toexumfho the most obscure medical and surgical cases. He undertakes no Incurable disease, but cures hundreds given up to die. Consultation free and confidential. Address B. A. STOCKDflLE . PI. D., LOUISVILLE, KY. f U&iLfftuiCufc... JLHiM&llfr. OSSflH ..Ji..iu. Vk..,-- JttiJAiln AJAhUt-- . u . t Lv.ki mm H ' , TmwyjwTw-'wfm- -- ww "rv" 'WWflr fSpFfJffmW5T TrP" 'nmunrwirn ?- - --- ." -- j 3 ' 'E ' ULULD-wXl4 A c - 11 ULIJLI LI & 11 XC0 V- - ciSSGll I ;'Ss XX3L ! fr'' l1 SUCH AN ARRAY OF CHRISTMAS GOODS flP& ft. Xll OTJL3T IXXIO CtJS HtVCLS X3LO-VOX- - ?r -- ' "tooJFox-o- SllOWIl, , f t Sueh Bargains Sueh an Assortment Saeh Eleaant Goods 4 J BeipW we give a list of goods suitable for Christmas presents. They are all new ' and of the latest styles. A GLOVES, ! ' " NECKWEAR, .LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, FULL DRESS SHIRTS, MUFFLERS, UMBRELLAS, FINE SUSI'ENDERS, ' Ec COLLARS AND CUFFS, SUIT OF CLOTHES, WALKING CANES, CUFF BUTTONS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, TRAVELING BAGS, SCARF PINS, OVERCOATS. FULL DRESS SrMRT SHIELDS, HATS, (New style.) DRESSING ROBES, ' Children's Fine Hats and Caps, SMOKING JACKETS. KfK Hudson, HumphriesCassell Social Events. Mtes Maymo Crutcher entertained her friends Thursday evening. Mrs. Q. T. Blnckley will entertain her friends at a euchre party this afIs the place to buy. Farmers, you can buy" ternoon. Mrs. J. B. Hendrick gave a enchro party Wednesday night in honor of ' her guest, MJbs Scott, of Nicholasville. A son of Mr. M. D. Pusser, a mer Mrs. George Thompson on Tues- chant of Gibraltar, N. 0., was so day evenincr entertained in honor of badly afflicted with rheumatism for , her guest, Miss Clara Thompson, of, a year or more as to be unable to Louisville. eluded to try Chamberlain's Pain You can get a vehicle painted or repaired in;first-clas- s style. You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow $1.50 Miss Ida Brady entertained her Balm on the boy. It soon cured him aud he has since walked one and less than ever before. Every thing sold at wholesale prices. friends Wednesday evening in honor a half miles to school and back of her guest, Miss Aline Humphreys, every sohool day. 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, druggist. of Georgetown. last season, gave a hopJMonday night at the Capital Hotel ball room, which was attended by nearly all the young society people of the city as well as a number of visitors who were present from Louisville, Lexington and other cities. The music was furnished by Prof. Ay olfe's orchestra and was smooth, even and inspiring in all the late and varied forms of dancing, 1 Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works IMPLEMENTS BUGGIES, HARNESS AND FAME Miss Eva Hoge entertained Wed(SI home, in honor of her guest, Miaa Merrian, of California. i'to nesday night at 'Ingleside," her Top Drawer. GENERAL. SUCCESSORS court-house. TO O R. CRUTCHER & CO. "t i The Capital Social Club gave a hop & Ahlor'shall Monday night which afforded delightful entertainment for the many young .gentlemen and ladies present on the occasion. Tuesday evening Mrs. John W. Milam entertained at cards a number of young people in honor of her brother, Mr. Thomas Van Derveor, of Hamilton, Ohio. The prizes were won by Miss Lyne Pepper and Mr. Ben Kee-no- at Sower n. At the entertainment of the Matrimonial Euchre Club by Mrs. Henry P. Duncan Friday night of last week there were eight tables and two prizes each for the gentlemen and ladies. Mrs. Sam D. Johnson won a cream pitcher and Mrs. Wm. SafTell an after dinner spoon and Mr. 'L. Labrot a Limoges cup and saucer and Mr. Robt. P. Popper a Carlsbad vase. Miss Lutio Ware and Mrs. A. P. Respess entertained their friends at iH ;j m n euchre Thursday aftornoon. There were fourteen tables. Miss Laura Holiday novolties in endless Oraddock Bcored ten and won the variety at Coppersmith's, the first 'prize, a Limoges bonbonioro, Jeweler. 15tf. Mrs. Henry F. Duncan scored nine and won the second prize, a silver and tortoise hair pin, and Miss Henrietta Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Blackburn scored throo and won the booby prize, an after dinner euohro Sol. Harris will sell vou a bov's spoon. suit from 4 to 10 years of age, for' S1.50. You canit buv the same any The Assembly Ball Club, with the whore else for double the money. balance of the cash on hand from J Factory, South warehouse. Mrs. Lilly Langtry, the noted -English actress, who appeared in this 23Iu-"Ts7"E3 STO"Cr:E3 oity several years ago, is lying at the IF'.A.rEIfcTT'IEJID. March point of death in London. Hon, Jas. G. Blaine, Miles' Nervo and Liver Piljs. of State, who has been lying critically ill at his home in Washington, Act on a new principle regulating was reported much improved yester-day.- the liver, stomach and bowels though the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, Gov. Brown on Thursday granted bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipaa requisition of the Governor of Ohio tion. Splendid for men, women and Have fjr Haynes Hind Scribner, the two children.forSmallest, mildest, surest. 25 cents. Samples free at 50 doses confidence mon now in Paris, who aro J. W. Gayle's, Frankfort, Ky. y ON MAIN STEFT, TO- wanted both at the latter place and Excursions for Christmas and New at Nicholasvillo for working slick Year's Holidays, via The Queen schemes on unsuspecting farmers of & Crescent Route. Bourbon and Jessamine counties. Round trip tickets will be sold DeWm. Sullivan, editor of tho More-hea- d Basement nf the Capital Hotel. cember 23d to 20th inclusive, and DeTimes, was beaten nearly to cember 31; also January 1st and 2d, &S"They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in death by Mack Oxley, of Morohead, all of which will bo good to return on a 0. & O. train, at Mt. Sterling, until January 4th, 1893. All agents short tinie. Wednesday night. Sullivan was elop- have instructions to sell excursion tickets ing with Oxloy's wife, and after giv- out the to principal points throughUnited States. Ploase call on ing the former a good beating Oxley them for information. D. G. Edwards, left the oouplo to proceed on their General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, way and returnod to Morehoad. Salesroom, opposite ZBTTCrGrT 26-- tt ry JACOB SWIGERT & CO., Removed From the Batzell Building -- v 45-l- 101 AND 102 ANN STREET, Capital City Business Principal. C3-- . College. ' Ohio. ESTABLISHED 1891. Holiday Ratos. Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets, Decomher 23, 21, 26 and 31st and January 2d, tho Kentucky Midland E. S. Railway will sell round trip ticket at special' ratos, limited to January 4. 0. D. Bekcaw, Business writing, - ID. IEaIDIjB'r, Secreta'rsr. G. P. A. Book-keepin- g, Shorthand, Typewriting, W. L. Coppersmith gives the stricter Arithmetic, Grammar, iittonttnu to Ills repair department. If Mignnciiooirromfeetemlierto.luno. The backward pupils encouraged. The advanced student your watch or clock stops, take It to Cop llnislied. Diplomas awarded. Wehiivethe bett linine school ol business In the State of Kentucky. porsmltli, the Jeweler. 15-t- f. Business Correspondence, Commercial Law, Spelling, etc. &) 4tfd4ttt& HHjMHnMKgM-jMaHBJBtHHbJBUKLMlHKIi- VtV 711:,,- liffcrirt.W iiiMrftflfriiMi .fiflv . L. IV U&llL'fil W&, fcj .&r Ll&loAm.',. .U Uj! ? r WiP i WUflKFOflT ROUNDABOUT, Retortd at the as second-clas- s post-offic- e mailable matter. at FraokXort, Kentucky, r-- K0. A. LEWIS.. Editor and Publisher. FRANKFORT, PEC. HI. 1892. A PUBLIC LIBRARY. The Example of Owensboro and iMidway Should bo Followed in this City. , . Some time ago the Roundabout called attention to the need of a public library in the city and suggested that an entertainment to that end might Btart a rnovoment in behalf of undertaking that would not cease the..... . ...- until tlie work was accomplished. A few bdoks as a nucleus may serve to stimulate the pride and philanthropy of many citizens who may realize that they call promote a most praiseworthy cause by transferring a part of the unused books or by bequeathing them at their death to the public library. In this way, a few books at a time, will soon grow .into propor tions for furnishing good reading matter to many people who have not aroused an interest in the causp in this city and in Lexington, from which largo donations of cake and other toothsome edibles were received, and when the prisoners to the number of almost a thousand eat down to the meal, the table was fairly covered with everything that a s hotel could have furnished to their guests. Each prisoner was given all that he could eat. and if he desired it, to carry from the table a little of tlis fruit and cake. Within the walls there are a num ber of as good minstrel men, either tin low comedy or singing, as may be found on the stage in the best companies traveling, and these, having formulated a programme and Had a number of rohearsels, concluded the day's celebration by a grand minstrel performance and cake walk, which the audence, composed of the prisoners aud a number of citizens, appear ed by their frequent applause to thoroughly enjoy. first-clas- STREET CARS. Tho Public and Interests of tho Company Require a Roliable Timo Schedule. There hos been a good deal of complaint of the lack of a system or time schedule in tho running of the street cars. Many people who would gladly patronize the road both for their own convenience and the encouragement that such a public enterprise merits, say that in cold or other disagreenble weather they might stand on the corner for half an hour and not find a car going their direction, and after they have walked to their destination EaHBSEBBm for Infants and Children. Cnatorla cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Dlarrbcoa. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl portion. Without injurious medication. "Caatorla Is so Trtfl adapted to children that I recommend Has superior to any prescription known to mo." II. A. Aucnu, M. D., Ill Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. A Herald of the Infant Year. or more fromtlie century, tmd the Fezment will repreent the term or the unbounded lnpulurlty of Hostet-ter'- s '.The opening of the Stomach Hltterf. ear MJ3 will he erwllzed by the appearance or a fresh Almimac of the Bitters, tu which the ti?es, derivation anil acton or thMorld-famou- s set forth, metllcluo will be Vvpnitmir should load It. Thecal nder and astroivmtkul ealcula Ions to bo found In this brochure are nlwija aston'shliuly accurate, and the statistics Illustrations, humor and other lea In? nittr rich !. InUremiindfu'l of piotlt. The Hostetter Company, of I'ltti-burgPa , jmblts'i It themselves. Tluy emptor more ih.ins.xty lands in the meolm liMl work, and more tU'in el vm months In the It c n ye.i.i are cousum A In iti preparation. be obtained wllriom eottot all drungistH and country dwtai.s. und M printed In KnglNh, (ierman. French. Welsh. Norwegian, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian aud apjnUb. Clip tlio lat thltty yi-- the moans to buy books, that would ltu-ldl- ?h M' " ' s?; W P astonish the contributors to the library and cause them to feel a glowing pleasure from a kind, generous seed sown in the fruitful soil of the appreciative hearts and minds of their fellow citizens. Prof. Guion, of the Business College, when the article first appeared, promptly aunounced his readiness to enter upon the work of arranging for an entertainment, but Advertisod Letters at Frankfort,Ky no other person in the city.seemed to give the effort any attention or enBolow will bo foiuiJ h list of advertised couragement. Since then the ladies letters for the week ending December of two cities, Owensboroand Midway, 31st, 181Il : have accomplished what penis an Anderson, V. H. Loder, Estilla ' impossibility in the capital city, Clark, George Mrs. Newman, which is admitted by all who visit Cooper, Mrs. Mary Wm. Polgrove, Ambus here to be without a superior in the Fortner. Sam Roush, John H. Green, Pat State in general culture and effort to Hughes, Jas Red wine, M. M. Miss Lara Sarver, Elno an intellectual advancement. The HTurner, George following is wh.it the Blue Grass Clip- Hicks, Wm. Warfleld, Allen Jessuo, John per of last week said of the institu- Knight. Mrs. M. E Wye. F. W. tion of the public library in Midway, Kendall, M. H. Wells, Miss Laura and if its publication serve to inspire When onlling for these letters any ad- a desire on the part of a few ladies of vertised. this city, of emulating the good exJ. M. Saffell, ample set for them by the ladies of Postmaster. that small city, the space devoted for Society Elections. it will bo richly paid for: "The Midway Library is an accom- MASONIC. fact. At the book reception eld last Friday evening 125 volumes Lodge, No. 4, elected the Hiram were presented by the w611 wishers of the cause and many more have Bince the following oiHcerson Tuesday evebeen added. The ladies whose zeal and ning for the ensuing year: energy have brought about this .valuGeorge A. Lewis, Master. able addition to our town prepared M. P. Gray, Senior Warden. nice refreshments for all those that J. Witt. Shipman, Junior Warden. brought them books, and a very pleasant social evening was enjoyed. It Is W. T. Reading, Treasurer. tp be hoped that many ot our young Ben T. Farmer, Secretary. people willavail themselves of the opGun. Schaefer, Senior Deacon. portunity that is afforded them at the price of $1 a year, to enrich C. Gran. Graham, Junior Deacon. small themselves with the store of knowlJ. E. Kershaw, Steward and Tyler. edge and thought brought within ODD FELLOWS. their reach from the great minds Capital Lodge, No. 6, elected the of this and other countries, embraced following officers on Monday evening within the volumes in our town library. for the ensuing six months: Jake Abler, Noble Grand. CIRCUIT COURT. J. H. Quinley, Vice Grand. I Ohas. Zeoller, Secretary. !New Judge, New Clerk and Other W. W. McEnnis, Host. - h. they bometimes see two within a For several years I have recommended "The use of 'Castoria' fa bo universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to square of each othr. Others have to fchdorso it. Fcwarethe do so as it has invariably producod beneficial of supererogation said that they have come from the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results." within easy reach." Edwin F. Pardxs, M. D., train expecting to meet a car, and Carlos Hakttk, D. D , "Tho WInthrop," ISSth 8treet and 7th Are., Now York City. which, by the way, ought never fail New York City, Late Pastor Bloomingdolo Reformed Church. to bo at the depot when the train arrives, and behold there was no car Tir Ckktadr ComMMY, 77 Murray Strxbt, New York. in sight and no way then, after the m omnibus hud gone, but for them to walk homo or wait a good long time for the next car. You have accomFe'. plished a commendable work, gentlemen of the Street Railway Company in the laying of the rails and the running of tho cars on most any kind of schedule, but tho interests of your company now demand that you perfect u time card in which dependence . x may be placed, with an absolute certainty that nothing but an unforseen ? . contingency .would prevent a car from passing at any point withiu the closest possible limits of time that If not, you owe it to yourself, your family and your estate, to exthe number of your running cars and amine it. before you insure. It is the fairest, safest and cheapest polithe patronage of the public will justicy offered. fy. Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and get a statement of what it will cost. The Verdict Unanimous. 13-l- y Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Provident Savings Life Assurance Society '',M j 'J i ai i i. sV ; 4 &$. I- - ' " Kfi 4. j r" ' of the American public has rendered an unanimous verdict on Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure asa medicine, agreeing that its promises of a speedy cure for coughs, colds and bronchial troubles are always carried out to the letter. This pleasant verdict has not been obtained without groat pains taken to make it the best cough cure on tho market. Try a bottle when you have a cough or cold and you will belong to the "unanimous" ever after. For sale by P. II. Carpenter, It pleases the lawyer and his client MALCOLM FRANKLIN, too, to have the verdict of the jury Special Agent. A great jury composed unanimous. Nov 2G3m. W. A. McNEELY, Gen'l Agent, Lexington, Ky. . J. R. Williams, Local Agt . Frankfort, Ky. , J -- AN 4jS! & SON. t ?., wa W - druggist. 1 BIO BARGAINS Best Dark Calicos, 5 cents. Best Indigo Blue Calicos, 6 cents. Good Brown Cotton, 5 cents. Hope Bleached Cotton, 6 2 cents. 1-- Leg Broken. Pink Hawkins, son of Mr. William Hawkins, who lives at Fleetwood Farm, two miles west of this oity, was walking the top runner of a picket fence near his home, on Friday of last week, when he missed his footing A One of and feel head downwards. his feet being caught between two of pickets, his leg was broken between the knee and ankle, and the foot twisted around in the opposite direction from which it should be. Dr. U. V. Williams was sent for and reduced the fracture and straightened his leg, but the little fellow has suffered a great deal and it will be along time before he can walk again. M ft and large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks cheap. Carpets J. L. RODMAN & SON. I Nov. 5 3m; Hit I Furniture nagntiifii tio. t King's Royal Germateur. the medicine of the century, Its phenomenal success as a seller and favorite with the people is the acknowledged wonder of the medicine world. Based upon the Germ theory of Diseases, it is unique, modern, and at once popular, commending itself as a necessary household remedy. It advertises best by its use. Specific for all Catarrhal diseases, a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It is without doubt the most reliable germ destroyer in and to tho extent that the germ theory is correct, King's Royal is the remedy. It is no accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius. For 10 sale by Chapman & Williams. Pre-eminentex-istan- Have opened Sale Kooms on Ann Street, near Christian Church. M Yv Officers. KNIGHTS OF HONOR. Under the new circuit court bill, The following officers wore elected the circuit court of this county will by Frankfort Lodge, No. 10, on Tuesconvene next Monday with Judge day evening: James E. Cantrill on the bench and Jacob Ahler, Dictator. Mr. Thos. B. Ford, the new Circuit C. A. Nelson, Vice Dictator. Clerk, at tho desk. Tho now Sheriff, Uhas. Keeman, Assistant Dictator. JVIr. R. D. Armstrong, will on that day W. W. McEnnis, Chaplain. succeed Mr John 0. Noel and enter C. D. Nelson, Reporter. upon the duties of his ofiice, and a Wm. T. Reading, Financial Reportnew appointment by the Judge of a er. v MaBter Commissioner will nlso bo H. H. Watson, Treasurer. gentlemade then. Who tho latter Trustees Geo. Salender, Peter man will be, among seven or eight Sower and Jas. N. Miles. contestants, is a matter of conjecKNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. ture only, but the knowing ones Tbe following officers were elected allege that the question has narrowed down to Mr. Sam Thomas, Mr. John for tho ensuing term: Albert Ohilson, Protector. W. Harrod and Mr. W. H. Posey, tho Mrs. Fanny Freeman, Vice Probeing the incumbent during latter Judge Montfort's term just expired. tector. Gustave LaFontain, Recording SecThe act provides for a throe weeks' retary. term of the court in January Stephen Fnhs, Financial Secretary. George Yoagel, Treasurer. CHRISTMAS CELEBRATED MANHOOD RESTORED. Wonderful HpauUh Jtpniedy, is siyd with a Written Guarantee to cure all Ncivoua Power, Headache, ManWaVcC euch Memory, i iD "SAMATIVO," th 6ET PRICES. The Sc vices OF s, uof Weak Breln Wm. A. Diehle, Lute Musical Director Voyager Opera Co., as "Will Meet This Morning. Boforo& After Use. FhotORrapaftd from life. illness, Lost hood, Nerrounnes3, Las Mtudc, nil drains nntl 1033 of power ot tho Generative) Organ! In Teacher and Director, Cuii The attention of the local stockholders of tho Frankfort Water Company is called to tho fact that there written guarantee to ouro or rofuni tho money. Unit I. rcular will be a meeting of the stockholders in plain envelope.by mall to anr address. Address, tree Mention this paper. this morning at the office of the comMADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Office for U. 8. A. SSS Dearborn Street, CIIIOAQO, ILL. pany, at whicha board of directors FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT, KY., HY will be elected and other important business transacted, and their attend ? ft. CARPENTER, DrUflfllSt. ance is requested. &lctts. How to Cure a Cold. August 13-l- youthful indiscretion!, or the excessive ase oi lopacco, opium, or emr.uiunn, which intimately irnu in iuinuuY, lauiiuinption unu insanity. I'm up in emit enient form in carry in the vol ikkkci. 11 lCB or 0 for f 5. with eveiy f i order ue c Ivea tin Corr!sjM)nlen'; Sulicitod. Address. THANKFOIIT, KY. Nov. ll-tf. uenocured by one or two b.tnds nltnln sonable dlstunco of Frankfort. rea- ---- Fir At tho Penitentiary by a Feast and Minstrel Performance. Tho prisoners at the penitentiary celebrated Christmas Saturday in a manner that will long remain a happy memory of their unfortunate douten-tioThe lessees who are anyting but that sensational tho cruel newspapers and certain members of the Legislature, who are keen to make a record, would have them to appear, prepared a feast for ' the occasion by the purchase of 1,000 poundB of turkey," 1,500 gans. Cures PinploB, Blotohes, Boila Rev. W. B. and glvos a good complexion. Sold W, L. pies and 2,000 oranges. Carpenter's DrugStoro. 4 Olair, Cooper, the chaplain, had previously at Phil. n. task-maste- rs o Simply talce Otto's Cure. We know ng Si Course of its astonishing cures and that it will stop a cough quicker than any known remedy. Good Looks. If you have Asthma, Bronchitis, Taught Privately to Adults Only. Consumption or any disease of the BUCK Good looks are more than skin this deep, dopending upon a healthy con- throat and lungs, a lew doses of surguaranteed romody will dition of all tho vital organs. If tho great you. Liver bo inactive, you have a Bilious priseyou wish to trjltcallat our store, HOOKS EXABIINED, CONSULTATION CONFI(lentlul. If K. B. UUION, If your stomach bo disordered Look, at Capital City Business College. you have a Dyspeptio Look and if on Main street, and we will bo pleased Oct.l6-3m- . free of your kidneys bo atuioted you have a to furnish you a bottle nfmnrfcinn.cost, t.linri will nrnvn nnr CURES H0TS11HG BUT PILES. Pinched Look, Secure good health nnrl 45 Chapman & Williams. I Elec-triUNIVERSITYofVIRGINIA and you will have good looks. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Bitters is the great alterativo and CHARLOTTHV1LLE, VA. Tonic, acta directly on those vital orknown for 15 years as tho BEST Gold-headwalking oanes.at 16th Sept. Courses In Art, Book-keepi- Mrs. B. Ahler, Guide. Mrs. Lou. Nesbitt, Chaplain. Mrs. Alex Schneider, Guardian. Andrew Noland, Sentinel. r. South T WILL PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR ALL 1 kinds of fur skins Alio for beef hides, sheep skins und tallow, nt Old Tunynrd, near Ky. Midland freight depot, on Clinton St. Dec.0-5t- . JAMES SULLIVAN. taml TABLER'SDIIC YEMLJL NTMENT REMEDY FOR PILES. CO., 8V.10CI8, rnpartabyBICIUBDFON.TAYlOHUKD. ftft 'if? til 'iJ .! ed Coppersmith's, 234 St. 15-t- f. . Next uodalon 'oeIns Engineering. Law, Medicines. ment nnpir 10 M. V For announce. - K', 'ituicn . tup, m u,, unairraau. F t i r p. u ship, begun on the idon that you PBANKFORT. scratch my back where it itches on The following time tnble It now in one side and I'll scratch yours whore Tho Streets, Dopot and Culture as effeot npou the L. fc N. road: Noted by a Member of tho . it itches on tho other side. Now when ' THAINB NOIIT1I. General Assembly. brothers maintain such close relation r:fiO n.m No. 23 loftvonFriinkfort throughout lifetime, it is proof to mo Representative llissom, ofCanfp-- l 'J:3f h. tn No. 17 leaven Fraukfort 3:00 p. w that tho bond of brotherly lovo is not boll county, in a letter to tho New- -' No. 21 loaves Frunkfort 7:35 p.m. only very strong, but it testitles of port Journal, No lOloavoR Frankfort of Thursday of last inherent qualities of character which, week, thus speaks of tho culture and TBAINBEA8T. No. 18 leaves Frankfort.... 10:20 a.m. if they could be unfolded to the world lack of progress in this city: 4:40 p m. would entitlo the possessors to the No. 20 loaves Fraukfort "Have you over heard about Frank- No. 24 arrives Frankfort .... fl.10 p. tn. highest meed of praise. Besides tho fort streets? 8:6T p.m. No. 22 leaves Frankfort "Well, if you havo. the subject was Nos. 23, 17 and 'J connect nt Lagruugo exhausted because of a limited vocab-for (Jincim.tit . .sos. 2SJ and 21 connect or four other brothers in this city ulary and not because the half had at Anchorage for Bloomtleld Branch. who always show a preference for been told. Having spent some time1 W. Y. Am:xvnukb, each other's company and seem to on the river our eyes are trained for Agent. OISTE) evidence the highest devotion in the "crossings" which designate the travel for the thought, feeling and interests that it "channel" of adjectives are pedestri- Hoth the method and results when at comI'MiNKFORT KOQNMBOUT! is possible for one man to pay to an- - an. Though not desire to bring sacri- Syrup qf Figs is taken; it is pleasant mand we do .. , other. All honor I say to such men, lege upon the language in their em- and refreshing to the taste, and acts and it is a pity the world can not ployment; and as ''charity sufferetli gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, FRANKFORT ..DEC. 31, 1892. witness th6 sight more frequently to long and is kind," but gentle word Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sysof criticism shall bo used." We love strengthen tho family bonds and the town because tho halo of culture tem eflectually, dispels colds, headj prove the saying that blood is really surrounds her happy homes, but the aches and fevers and cures hahitual Corner Chat. supremest effort cannot understand constipation. Syrup of Figs is the thicker than water " the incongruity which divorces cul only remedy of its kind ever pro, A gentloman who has been sojourn-ture and progress. Though these duced, pleasing to the taste and acing in the city for some time past and streets and pavements, many of tho A Child Enjoys latter having lost their identity, may ceptable to the stomach, prompt in is well acquainted with a large num- -' beneficial its of improve- its action and ber of the residents, said luesday: The pleasant flavor, gentle action and bo remaining mementoes history, we effects, preparedtruly from the in marking our early most ment only "Noticing your 'Street Talk' about soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, profer the information through tra- healthy and agreeable substances, its the titled people in this city suggests when in need of a laxative, and if the dition. Tho railroad depot, which many excellent qualities commend it the mistake that many people, especi-all- y father or mother be costive or bilious, greets your first vision, is a travesty to all and have made it the most ladies, make in supposing that a the most gratifying results follow its on the name, and yet for fear tho popular remedy known. statesmen of our former history married man's title like his property, use; so that it is the best fUmily reme- - might bo forgotten through biograSyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c is the joint possession of his wife. dy known and every family should phy, it stands a reminder of theirac-tivitie- and SI bottles by all leading drugWe maybe accused of harsh gists. Any reliable druggist who You will hear 'Mrs. Gov. Smith, j have a bottle. criticism, but the facts misfit any but may not have it on hand will proAttorney-- ; Mrs. Doctor Lucas, Mrs. tho strongest language. Wo have atShortsightedness. General Atkins, Mrs. Judge Simpson,' tempted to do justice to our subject, cure it promptly for any one who but the failure is in poverty ol vo- wishes to try it Do not accept any and other like titles applied erro-the right and To waste your money on vile, dirty, cabulary rather than wealth of exag- substitute. neously to women. If CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. propriety existed in one case it watery mixtures compounded by in- geration." experienced persons, when you have SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, go all the way down the line tho opportunity of testing Otto's should 8100 Reward, $100. LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. of tho occupations, and Mrs. Mer- Cure free of charge. Why will you The readers of the Roundabout chant Prince, Mrs. Grocer, Mrs. continue to irritate your throat and hacking be that Shoe Dealer, Mrs. Tinner, Mrs. Baker, lungs with that terrible Williams will is pleased to learn disease cough when Chapman & there at least one dreaded Mrs. Jeweler, Mrs. Tailor, Mrs. Driver, will furnish you a free sample bottle that science hasbeen able to cureinall Mrs. Loafer and others should be of this great guaranteed remedy? its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's accepted with equal grace and re- Hold a bottle of Otto's Cure to tho Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure medical fraternity. spect. It may seem hard to some light and observe itsbeautiful golden now known to the constitutional discolor and thick heavy syrup. Lar Catarrh being a good women whose husbands have gest packages and purest goods. ease requires a constitutional treat 45 fairly earned the high title which the Large bottle 50c. ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the law and the people accord to them, blood and mucous surfaces of the Top Drawer. right to to think they have no more system, thereby destroying the founthose titles than to wear the clothes dation of the disease, and giving the LOCAL. patient strength by building up the of their husbands, but if they want Consumption Cured. A Pony's Death Mr. Leslie Col- constitution and assisting nature in to impress people with their knowlThe proprietors VJ Del'eTO Jt to bo one of the best medicines lins on Monday night lost a Shetland doing its work. edge of good form and all women have so much faith in its curative .." V16 Physicians, two years ago. said mv 1 consumption, both want to do that they will never, in pony by death. It was valued at Bowers, that they offer One Hundred wife had to send her outh forlungs uffectt-d- . to have for any case that it fails to keep had nlUe. but since she several springs an at- $240. hr-speaking or writing, offend by has been taking list of testimonials. R'idam's Microbe Killer she hasbeen rlRhtat tempt to distinguish the wife by hor Christmas in Jail The prisoners cure. Send forCHEENEY & CO., home attending to her business, and Is In better F. J. health than she has been In 2) years. in the jail were given a big dinner by husband's title." Toledo, O. "B. T. POOLE, Cedartown. On." on Christmas day. 8ST Sold by druggists, 75c. 2 Jailer Williams Mr. Gunn, of Lexington, who was Several Diseases Cured. The bill of fare included turkey, "Worth Knowing. the Chief Engineer of the corps that oysters and ftuit. "I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of your medicine. Having been u sufferer from surveyed and laid the Cincinnati people Thanks Dr. O. B. Ohinn has a Many thousand Fanny's have found weak lungs, bronchial nlfectlon nndlndlgesthn, friend in Aunt Health Re- after taking Microbe Killer all of the above Southern railroad, was in the city f symtoms have entirely disappeared. .Monday and remarked: ''Do you placed us under obligations for late storer. "s ours. etc.. If you have never used this great one files of Atlanta and Jackson, Georgia, know that you have in this city THOS. L. DAVIS, specific for the prevailing malady of "Janitor Howard Memorial Library. of tho greatest curiosities to engi- papers. An unkown friend has also the age, Dyspepsia, Liver uompiaint, "New Orleans, La." neers, architects and builders in the sent us several copies of the Rheumatism, Costiveness, Nervous, Asthma and Catarrh Cured. of Thomasville, Georgia, Exhaustion, Nervous Prostration, State House stairway that is to be Sleeplessness and all diseases arising "I have been a sutferer from asthma and even in many of recent date. found in the State, and catarrh, for more than two ye urs past, getting from Mrs. Fanny Freeman, liver derangement of the stomach, most of my sleep sitting u In bedorreclh Ingln States for that matter. Why, and kidneys, we would be a chair. ha e used one Jug of It tdam's Microbe air, tho construction in the rotunda who has been running a successful pleased to give you a package of this Killer, nnd f,r the last three weeks have been sleeping naturally, soundly and sweetly us a of that arched stairway without tho boarding house on north St. Clair great nerve tonic free of charge. attribute Chapman & Williams. ahlld. Irecommend mytorelief to the remedy, and 45 heartily my one suffering from It usual bearing and rests given to street for several years, has rented asthmatic or catarrhal trouble. atones to hold them in their places, the old Meriwether Hotel, has moved The Old Original Remedy. 'Respectfully, "EDWIN It. MOORE, is a puzzle which many have in vain in and will rebpen the old time hos"Cashier In Bank of AdaIrvIlle.Ga.,, Sick people should not be deceived tried to master, and it seems until telry to the public next week. Fever and Flux Cured. Change op Base Rev. Z. Tyler by pretenders who talk about to tho steps are taken away, will remain "germs," "baccilli," &c, "Icheerfull) testify that after tiklnir Microbe the secret and monument to the skill Uttorback, formerly of this city, who sell their preparations, thus prevent- Killer for fllteendajs I am entirely cured, after of the builder. I'm not sure but I went to Corbin last fall to take charge ing people from buying the original being nick two jears with malarial f ver, and "Radam's Microbe during which time I contracted other diseases, think the stone of each step muBt of a school, has given up his position tested medicino.you I was atended during this time by three is now, tlux. etc. Killer" is what penetrate the wall a foot or two to and accepted the pastoral charge of and for yoars has need. It making of thobest doctors of the city without being benefitted, been, "WW.DOHEBTY. "10 Celeste t.. New Orleans. La." help sustain the weight or it would the Christian Church, at Riply, Ohio. more cures than all other remedies appear to me to be wanting in that He spent Christmas here with rela- combined. Read their advertisement Mr. ltnUam's Microbe KUIor Cures all solidity and strength which now, with tives and left Monday for his new in this paper. Don't be deceived. Diseases by Kcniovlntr the Cause. Send 2 cents stamp for its graceful curve, constitute the moBt field of labor. circular und the Microbe War, shows what disease Is und what the interesting feature of that historic Scaldedt-Mi-- s. remedy must be, and do, 1 cure it. Itead it, Foot Ohas. F. circulate It und you will tho discoverer for saving I don't know who the Exum attempted to remove a vessel building. your life. Mldress builder of tho stairway was but his containing boiling water from the T OKKER AT PniVATE SALE THE FAKM 01' HADAM'SMICUOBE KtLL fit. Nashville. Tenn. or LvCOMPTE Newbold, 1 the name ought to be learned and the fame stove in her kitchen, one day last county, late D. 0. mile from situated In Woodford J. W. OAYLEFranklin coutty. A (ixYI.KC.n. nbout a Jett Station, on the sole agon ts for Versailles turnpike. If not sold before February Jan. attaching to such a splendid piece of week, when the bottom of the vessel It Mill be ottered ut public sale, at thocourt-liouton county court work be paid to his memory. that out, letting the water fall upon door In Versailles contains tJO acres, day ofset In fell well month. The farm BAIN grass, one. A gentleman, noting tho passing on one of hor feet, scalding it so serious- mutlon und Is a bargliin for some on tho For lnloor apply to Siuiford fiolns, place, the street of two brothers, who are ly that she has since been confined Newbold (iolns, 210 Cross street, Frankfort, Ky. Dec. MRS. A. J. LOECHER inseporable companions, remarked: to bed. 'The devotion that we sometimes Judge Holt It is said that Judge witness among school girls or young Holt will remove to Louisville and people who have reached maturity, form a partnership-wit- h n a is one of tho beautiful golden threads and successful lawyer of that city. Dn. E. C. West's Neuvkand Brain Tkeat-jiknare a formidable trio; yet the weak by which, in after years, in sad remi- As the Judge, while on tho bonoh of a guaranteed speclllc for Hysteria, Dizziperson frequently has to meet nil of niscence, tho happiest portion of a tho Court of Appeals, delivered a t:em at once. How cm he overcome? ness. Convulsion, Kits, Nervous Neuralgia. The answer Is, with our Compodnu Ueadache, Nenous Prostration caused by the use life is sometimes traced. There are number of opinions which have Oxtokn (atld ours only). The count- of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mentul Deto given him a splendid reputation as a less demonstrations of 23 years war- pression, Softening of tho Bruin resulting in inmany ciroumstancos that tend sanity and leading to misery, dec iy and death, rant this reply. snap these threads, even before jurist, Mb name, with that of tho Our treatment Is available for home Premature Old Age. Barreness, Loss of Power use; neither need your occupation b e In either Hex, Involuntary Losses and Spermaenough of the cloth of experience other lawyer, is certain to make a Interfered with. The value ot these torrhoea caused by overexertion of the bniin, or bach box contains features Is obvious. Whatubout your to outline complete strong law firm which will command has been woven need? A book uf explanation and proof one month's treatment. $1.00 u box, or six boxes figures in process of! a large sharo of the clientage that Is yours to consider If asked for now. for 85t)0, sent by mail prepaid on receipt otprlce. ly the beautiful Drs. STARKEY & PALEN, , formation. While this character ot comes from Eastern Kontuoky as well1 IU4J AiVU illllilllUipillIl, I'll. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES. worthy of tho tributes as that which it is expected will grow Dec. a devotion is to mo the close and confi- out of tho laws under the new Constipaid to it, To cure any case. With each orderreceived by us dential walk of two brothers, side by tution. for six boxes, accompanied with $5.(K), we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to reside down the hill of life, is somefund the money it the treatment does not effect Guarantees Issued only by THE thing so sublime it is almost saored. Consider it "a household necessity." 'OL HARRIS WILL PAY THE HIGHEST u cure. & GAYLE CO., and J. W. GAYLE, for "!fur skins, My observation leads me to believo Mr. A. J. Whiting, Newtown, Kansas, grey nrlcemink, otter, cat, such us coon, red and Frankfort, Ky. fox, oposuin, Ac; his opinion thus: "I havo new ,anu oiu learners, ginseng ana maskrat, root, that it is tho rule for men to find their aocontuatesBull's Cough Syrup in my j enow used Dr. BUU 11AUU1H, confidential friends outside of their family for the last eight years and A'C. Nov. Frankfort. Ky. family circle. I don't know why this consider it a household necessity." may bo so, but I suppose it is beoause IS Wewillpaytheubove rowardfor any case of within his family cirolo a man is so Solid Silver Novelties at CopLiver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Inwell known that the display of tho persmith's. 15-t- f. digestion, Constipation, orCostlveness we cannot THERE WILL DE A MEETING OF THE curewlth West's Vegetuble Liver Pills, when the least conceit or egotism would bo in 1 Stockholders of the Deposit Bunk ot Frank- directions are strictly compiled with. They are fort, nt Its buukiiift house, on Monday, January tlurely Vegetable, and never fall to give satlsfac-Potolerable, and men like to have their Sugar Coated. Large boxes, containing Just received the 12 between confldqntial friends believo them a ing, and you can best lino of cloth- 2d, 1893,election otthe hours of 10 a.'oin. undfor m pills, 25 cents. Beware of counterfeits und 80 eight directors servo for the the buy them lower ensuing year. The genuine manufactured only by littlo superior to tho rest of their than over at Ed. Harris' old stand. II. H. WATSON. THE JOHN C. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, . Dec.24-2tILL. Forsale by all druggist. It is a kind of frlendCashier. i I TIME TABLE. "' ' upffiq I '6 i j I 1 ill pJBI ENJOYS i&iGjtyeunry qcA v v- isfjj 'JlKWPhfrfii. . I StSmvC Uk Lliff), ro) iifcui.ar,'ris-.'r- f .' IHi riffeKi I I wm ..Mi fSSmsmBBuk aJtUPt VjIaItx U I" pX n S K F m rtimi illy mJ ' mm ,'jl . " II J raM i rirriTf-3iif- ; wr t 1 L L WI.C-V- $m 'mmmHm&mm r. IWIUlffIllQt 2 . -- V rWi I ' . H f' I Did jrtra trir ltm whit f tbslom rmlta frm oat ot th unaticturt br Mr. Norn ot w onimnul tmd to hold thi dletlonttrl Tho itorjr Midi Ilk ftblt, but to tell It en malt uk another qatitlon : Htro you erer notlftd the idTtrtlMmani et tht Atnnotor Company, which 1U1U out u tollowi ; THE DICTIONARY HOLDER I s. Vf 1 I i 45 sold in '88 2,288 sold in '89 6.268 sold in '90 20,049 sold in '91, sold '92 60t000 "Nt a uteeiinwirramiu ana ttteei ABW Tower every 3 minutos th& figures feEaLfg 07 These tory ever-golns, w IV , .1 I."? CURES ALL DISEASES WU, thit eUbmntnfni niorg ml verne w. noy, uu in ! meaoi with whieh It u built op until It ii the third ltrgeit ueretittellnthoVTeitaieinc ot the onljr eweeded by (rett Henreiter toropinlei) wu wholly f arniitaed by the Tuit Dietlonarr Haider business. brlnjl us biek to the Ilolder, en 1 to how It took Inquiry inrtests end held and still holds the field, iuereuiDs; rapidly from year to year. Toe secret ol inai success mini Mr.Koyfshis made a most perfect, artlstleand meritorious article, and bit mtlnulniKi & hich standard of icellence and supplied the article ata low price The merit of these Dictionary Holders has been to f rest that tbey literally sold themselves. ana in sucn jreit qusnu-lie- s that a small profit on each one has made tbe result above mentioned. fbey have gone to almost every aabltable portion ot the globe, . van to the remote Islands of ho sea, and u kept by all salMlien, and wo "Take the Country.'1 tell oftho everlasting Steel Aermotor. Where ono. boob others folio wi. evor-growln- iU&&W& II to fifl Jf Vm j& r ! bf.-- .' " i Times-Enterpris- e, o-h- Re-open- ed 1 R ' peaclus peir. pluim. cherries, grjpes and all kinds of small fruit. Terms -- Eighty collars ier acre ash. or a e.tsb patment ot not les thiui two thoiwmd dollais, or more to suit the purchaser. Balance ot purchase money in equal annual Installments, with six per cent. Interest, payable itiinuallr or In fewer installments to suit the purchaser. Pi ssesslon given Miwch lot, 1893. If not .s.ild. this farm will tie for rent. Apply to t- -n I. sND KHOVriXG-OTHE FRANKFORT und er.talllestuniplice road, within three miles of the c ty ot Frankfort. Kentucky, und one-himile or Hope's dt.itlon one ai.d miles of J.-t- t depot, poitoflUe, .Vc. on the railroad connecting Frunkfoit with Lexington, nnd within one and a mi liter miles or S unni t station on the Kentucky Midland Railroad. The improvements comlsr of a dwelling of six rooms, kitchen. porchf. cellar, cabin of live rooms, stable, barn, room for housing hix acres of tobicco, tnowflls.cis ern. storings and poinl: jouug orchards in be ring of appli-s- . lt fF J Farm For Sale, 120 ACI2ES one-quart- er Dec.3-t- 5. W. H. MCMILLAN. Purl'. Ky "Mi-crobi- ," H. G, MATTEMT, TKS- - I For Sale. SIM, KY. uisTisqruirrr. 334 MAIN STRKbT, FRANKFORT, (ftfsT is QaumTT. lb-i- o 31-- Work, Worry, well-know- w. and Disease m .TF$ . RMS! QREAM YEARS HSD. t, Has lod all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. lEliEME FOR 20 self-abu- se e, rnsrod by BICHABDSOS'TAYLOH ,SOL.r EVERYWHERE. CO, , ST.LOCM. OUCV-l- 24-l- I BLUEGRASS FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL Cash Paid. Nurseries f OF ALL KINDS. SMAi.1. FltUITS, ASPAUAttUS, GltAPE 12-3- ffi!P $500 Reward! TREES bucIi un Vines, nnd everything usually found in establishment. A full Htock. Prices Low. We pm no ngonta. Descriptive catalogues on nppllentlon. u. Iml-tutlo- H. F. HPLCKMSOTgYER, LEXINGTON, KY. Oct.tt-3- . bs5 v 9-t- f. lG-l- ' -. aaaac ttuei.i Ah4JL.tai,4 . l&AiMauel I. &6 Eft ?, ir ETfcOi CALL AT BUCKLEY'S AND SliE-THK- ifli . y w iMvsr f vfyrT - ctj Handsome s Favorite in-th- !f '; SBWl Bl .That will be put in the kitchen of the person that guesses closest to the number of seeds large gourd now on exhibition. Kvery one who makes a CASH PURCHASE OF $1.00 Will be entitled to a guess. The guessing will close at nine o'clock, a. m., Saturday, cember 31. Seeds will be counted on . De- MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1893. A Shining Example QUE, (300DS AND PRICES i $a Wky - OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. iiil AWARD CLAASSEN, -- ZFiEsaTxa-A-iiLr Drop around and see what we can do for you la holidays goods. Plumber, GasSteam Fitter -- Fruits, Huts, Plum Puddings. EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT. W . AND DEALER IN- - 3as Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets, 'IPB AND FITTINGS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK Opposite State House, GUARANTEED. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY,,, HEENEY. TheSouth Side Grocer. " WELL BRED, SOON WED.,7gFrLS WHO USE Wednesday at Religious. Episcopal Church Penick, the rector, pulpit his C irfctian Churc'i each 4 p. m. All Sunday-school Deaths. Mr. Charles Bridge-ford'infant child died Monday night. It was the twin to the one that died last week. Warfigld Mr. Leslie Warfield, aged nineteen, son of Mr. Anderson Warfield, on the Owenton turnpike, died in Shelby county Sunday. His remains were interred in the cemetery of this city. An infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Claassen, of this city, which was born on Christmas day, in Cincinnati, died in that city on Thursday. This is tho sixth child these unfortunate parents have lost, nane of them living more than a few weeks. Humes Mrs. Sarah Humes widow of the late W. P. Humes, the noted contractorand builder, of Shelbyville, died at her home in that place on Sunday night, of pneumonia. The of Mr. deceased was sister-in-laHiram Berry, of thin city. Parrent Mr. Joseph Par rent, one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of tho Bridgeport precinct, died at his home near South Benson Church on Thursday, aged about 80 years. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon at his late residence, and the remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground. The deceased was the father of Capt. Richard Parrent, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Mrc. Otho Wheat and Mr. Z. Taylor Parrent, of this county. s w teachers, Rev. E. A. of every Church in the city, will be will occupy made welcome. morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at For pain in the stomach, colic and 7:00. cholera morbus theru is nothing better than Chamberlain's Colic, Oholora and Baptist Church Rev. W. C. Tav sale by J. W. Diarrhcea Remedy. For Gayle, druggist. lor, the pastor, will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 o'clock and Births. at 7 o'clock p. m. Styiday-Rchoo- l at 9:30 a. m., in the I.uckett -- Saturday, to the wife of chapel. Mr. Charlie Luckett, a daughter. Todd In this city, on Monday. Rev. H. G. Methodist Church Dec. 2G 1802, to Mr. Thos. R Todd Henderson will preach to morrow and wife, a daughter; weight 10 morning at 11 o'clock and at 7 p. m pounds. Sunday-schoat 0:30 a. m. The Epworth League rmes in Out of Town. the evening at 6:30 in ih.3 cl m roo.n ! I ' ol Bridoeford APOLIO Are Quickly Married. Try It Next House - Cleaning July2-ly- la M'xfflif "STout . L. H. MARSHALL. W. A. GAINES. L. B. MARSHALL & CO., Real Estate and ' blip A Agents, Uatuiji.iu .Church The usual services at the Ohurch of the Good will be conShepherd ducted by Rev. Father V. E. Gorey, the pastor. High mass at 8 a. m., low mass at 10 a. m., andvespers at 3:00 p. m. CHhiis'i iAi Edward Claassen, the plumber, is out of town and will not be at his place of business until next week, owing to the death of his infant son in Cincinnati on Thursday. His patrons will be a little patient, therefore, and when he returns will endeavor to serve them promptly. Mr. Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies, solicit a share of the insurance patronage. Real estate bought, sold or leased, A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times. ! OFFICE, 236 MAIN STEEET. i 4u :4 rooms una about two acres oi lann. this propwill only be open from 5 to 6 erty Is well located und on account of tho largo Rev. W. G. Neville will occupy his in the afternoon and only one deliv- SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK, lot will be a good Investment In addition to mak or terms nitpiy to ing n very desirable nouie. morning at 11 ery will be made by carriers the pulpit L. R. MARSHALL s tu An4Ue ealrrwrta Agents. lirst one in the morning. o'clock and at 7 p. m , as usual. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon Mr. Without Change of Cars. Neville will preach to tho children. Il will pay you to look at our clothIf joa are going to emigrate to All the children of the city are in- ing before you purchase; you can i ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF vited. The pastor earnestly requests save fully 25 per cent, at Ed. Harris' 'I three rooms. Sherman, Dallas, Fort Worth I 100 ucres of land, with moderate Improvements. old stand. every member of the Church to be 220 acres of land of lino quality, with present at the morning service. Austin, Houstin, Improvements -- 7 ROOMS, WITH Little Willie Lir tin, son of Mr. J. 210 OF South Frankfort, A LOT 85 BY 200 FEET, IN OF on ACRES OF CHOICE LAND, SITUATED is ottered for oale. This good turnpike, 8 miles from Frankfort, coasting on the hill in property 1j In good repair and Is well located. In one u of the best neighborhoods In Franklin L. U. MARSHALL & CO.. Apply to county. Tho Improvements consist of a brick fia Coleman Spring loo Thursday a Apents. residence, a tenement of 4 rooms, a large stock tsrnoon, whe'i his sled ran into th t barn ami all other necessary improvements. In order to sell Immediately we uri authorized of a companion, while going at full to offer this property at less than Its value. A Good possession given isi or aiurcn. For further in speoJ, throwing him otf and injuring formation apply to one of his ie$3 to s leh an extent that CO.. Agents. l. u. MARSHALL & Frankfort, Ky. First Presbyterian ChurciP-Re- v. Dr. Sam E Jcimet hid ti be called in TS OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON Mr. S. H. Holmes' 1 Wupplng sheet, west uf J. McClusky Blayney, D. D., the to dress his wound residence. Tills propeny will bo otfered us a whole ut u bit wilii, or It will be sold In lots or 40 pastor, will occupy his pulpit or 00 feet trout, to suit purchaser. For terms row at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m., as usual. L. U. MARSHALL & CO., Agents. apply to Legal Holiday. rpHE PROPERTY OF COL. J. STODDARD-Sacrament of the Lord's Supper Johiihton, on Second, Third und Shelby Tbe qntek nafl direct root from will bo administered at the moriiii g As New Year comes on Sunday this streets, touth Frankfort, consisting of one large brick residence und ten valuable building lots. Preparatory service tlnu year, next Monday will bo observed service. We consider this property the "Cream of the lODISIHE TI IIUJS15 TEMSI Market," us It H unquestionably the best to be morning at 11 o'clock. as a legal holiday, a.id tho postotllco had In the city. If you wtsu a desirable location ON MURRAY PROPERTY. Ml HE ' EXUM and banks will be closed. The for a home, we would advise you to purchaso one street, consisting of u brick residence of Oae koadred and fifty miles Churcw Rev. George Darsie, the pastor, will occupy his at 11 and at 7 as pulpit usual. The Young People's Society of Christian EndeaVor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 6:20 Collided. T. Larkin, was A Frame Cottage FINS FARM -- y Investment to-nio- UMilAWMUllI! m FOR SALE. L. B.MARSHALL FOR SALE! Farms For Sale. jj i i ' post-offic- e Q Southern Presbyterian Church of the lots, while they are to be hud k CO,, Agents. . FOR REM i a llrst-clas- s WITH 1 large ground, known as tho Orphans' Homo propeity on Third street, South Side. This property will be put In thorough repair as soon as rented. Apply to L. B. MARSHALL & CO., Agts. rpilE HRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 RIOMS, Vote- - of Thank3. The week of prayer will be obAt tho meeting of the Board of CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE served at the( First Presbyterian D rectors of Frankfoit Athletic Club No cb&nge of cure to Church next week. Services will be held on Wednesday, the following lecture room every even- resolution was unanimously adopted: M0BTG0MEBY, MOBILE, MEMPHIS held in the ing at 7 o'clock. Ilcholved That tho thanks of tho AID HEW ORLEANS. club bo extended to Prof Wayland Sunday-seoo- l Teachers Graham and thohe who assisted him fr further lnfonuAtlon, addreu The Union for tho ii: giving tht? meeting has resumed its weekly benefit of the .entertainment Dec. 0, Athletic Club, C. P. ATMORE, O.P.T.A., session, and for the present assem- and to tho yenuraj public for their LOOIflVILMC. K8NTU0XX bles in tho Lecture Room of tho liberal patrtypsKe: This U th The above three tracts of land are located on a good turnpike road, live und a half inllcs from Fiunkfort. For terms apply to L. IJ. MARSHALL & CO.. Agents. Farm For Sale, Frankfort, lying between the Owenton and Peak's Mill turnpike roads, containing DR. WM. MORRIS" FARM 5 MILES FROM: J a Tobacco Land. (JOOD offered for sale as a whole or intwoormoro HAVE FOR SALli 01 ACRES WEfresh land, a large inart of whichOF ready is tracts. The Improvements consist of one resl Is for tobaci o this year. There Is a residence and deuce, three tenement, three tobtcco barns. two tobacco barns on the premises. In order to This Is one of the best located furms In Franklin Eoll quick we will offer this property at a bargain. county und would muko a very desirable country home. For terms, &o upply to L. B. Marshall &. Apply to Co., ugents, 236 Main St., Frankfort, Ky. L. B. MARSHALL & CO. 380 -- iSuOZKIEIS! EUMX iwca . mm ww w,.'.i,v'7?'(W?ri - pl "jiwrc ESSbSSBH nn ?"'" 7 i I rr - WATCHES A large and varied stock of watches, includ- and diamond back watches ing die escalloped centre, the extended centre in solid gold and Gold filled watches from 8.50 up. Solid j4old ladies' watches from $20 up. Solid gold gents' watches from $25 up. We have just received a new and eJegMit line of Clocks and Hronzes. ClLiOC?lS I DIAMONDS! A beautiful and well selected stock of Diamond Jewelry at bargain prices. See our $4 and S6 diamond ring-?- . They are little beauties. jps t " I 1 r: Vi .filled Cases. CSrolci In this department we have the pick and ar7vol:ryZ ir.-uiHB- ii choice in the city. I xJar JDropsr, ses T3rna :Dsnd.a,rLts,5Gc r-- "l For the table and the toilet we carry the largest assortment of sterling silver and extra plated ware of the best makes only. iLoa V endow tmLe 4 W1 KuB r STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES! tf A little word 'hat imp'j.s much The demand for rings of all kinds voting and old is con-Maly on the increase Md we are better pre- fr n' We have the prettiest things in fine novelties and souvenir spoons and are showing the latest and best articles only. Purchasers can rest assured that our prices are be3ond a doubt the lowest and our qualities the best. tf..eaw.i. pared Bionze Clocks, Xrom Clocks, :rL3rs: Clocks, Silver Clocks, Bronze , rig-ULxe- s. year to tnret the demand in strictly liigh grade, iifw htyKs. finely finished goods W" invite vour attention to than ev r bflore OUR S l" CK OF RINGS which are set singly and in combin ition-.- . tlii- - m f ' A. Top Drawer. LOCAL. SELBERT, The Jeweler, FRAUKFORT. KY. of the bank and then finally was brought to a Btand, with both shafts of the brewery wagon broken and hanging to him, in South Frankfort. Shortly afterwards a team of three horses belonging to W. T. Sacra ran away, but did no damage. A JAPANESE FOR. Handsome Christmas Examine the large line of-- Sunday after"Willie Newman noon, while blowing a lighted fire cracker, Willie Newman's eye was badly burned by the Hash of powder. Mrs. Tanner The wife of Mr. Thomas Tanner, of the Roundabout office, slipped on the pavement Monday and broke the small bone of her ankle. The injury was very painful ibr several days but she is now rest- Drunken CoNViCT-Sidn- ey ing easy. I',,, Moonshiners John Smith and Grant Hoonsly, of Owsley county, and Moses Feltham and Nat Williams, of Leslie county, were placed in jail in this city Monday on tlie charge of violating the internal revenue law. They will be tried before the U. S. Court in this city nest week. Found Dead Tuesday morning, at Midway, the body of Frank Beecher, colored, a deaf mute, was found dead in a ravine on the farm of Mr. Hiram Berry, of this city. The skull was crashed in several places, and as it was known that Beecher had received some money that day and was in the town spending apart of it, iiis death was supposed to be due to jobbers. Souvenir Rev. W. 0. Taylor, pastor of the Baptist Ohurch, is distributing a handsome souvenir pamphlet among his congregation, containing a list of members of the Ohurch received by herd, colored, a convict ville, who has been a trusty and employed by Mr.- - Hays, one of the lessees' superintendents who lives in Bellepoint, got on a glorious drunk Saturday night and became so noisy and disorderly on Broadway and Wilkinson streets while on route to his cell at the prison, that police officers Gordon, Phillips and Davis arrested him. As they were proceeding with their prisoner, at Broadway and St. Olair, he suddenly released himself from the grasp of the officers and struok Officer Davis with his fist and was in the act of drawing a knife made from a file when a good clubbing at the hands of his captors became necessary to reducqhim to submission. He was finally placed in the care of the warden. Shepfrom Louis- XsSP' A ' CURE Presents Uunnnteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding This Itch! iK. Chronic. Recent or I eredltarj. Remedy hus positively never been known to fall. $1.00 n box, 6 boxes, for $5.00; sent by mull prepaid on receipt or price. A written Guarantee positively given to each purchnsei of six boxes, when purciuued at one time, to refunutue5.00 paid If not cured. Uuarantee Issued by J. W. OAYLE. and LkCOMPTKA tiAYLH CO., Druggists nnd Sola Auents. Frankfort, Ky. Ciifl for Jan. sample. 16-l- r. Lady's Desks, Parlor Tables, Pine Chairs, Leather Couches, &c, -- &c. A Narrow Escape. To be found at- - . ' baptism during the past year and also those dismissed by letter, with a memorial page of the only member lost by death. A handsome portrait of the pastor is the frontispiece of the little pamphlet. Absaulted Saturday evening a young lady who lives in Bellepoint, while crossing the railroad bridge, was taken hold of by one of three men standing on the bridge and roughly knocked against the railing. She resented the assault and struck at the face of the villian, who was about to strike back with his fist, when his two companions interfered and obliged him to allow her to proceed home. The police should keep a closer watch at such hours, along dark and lonely roads, where unprotected females are compelled to pass to go to and from home. Correct Time In accordance with the proposition of Mr. W. W. Alexander of the Louisville & Nashville railroad, the electric button by which he proposed to Bound on the engine house bell correct standard time as obtained by the railroad from St. Louis each morning at ten o'clock was received in this city Tuesday, and on Thursday was successfully put in operation at the depot. As the town clock is worse than nothing and there is no reliable oity time piece by which the many watches and clocks may be regulated, this enterprising favor by Mr. Alexander will be", greatly appreciated by the citizens. letter an,d Mrs. Helen McOlure was seated in a Btreet car on her way to the Cemetery Saturday afternoon, and as the car was passing along Bridge street, in front of the Williams block, the tongue of a funiture wagon which was backed up to the sidewalk, came in contact with the car, broke a window and struck Mrs. McOJure on the cheek. Tho falling glass cue a slight Dr. Hale's Household Ointment. gash in her ear and the tongue bruised her face, but no serious damIs the ilneBt remedy in the world. age was done, as the car was moving ATSTE It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures slowly at the time, and was stopped Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Oures accident hapPiles like magic Cures Salt Rheum immediately after the in the most soothing manner.- - Cures pened. Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Oures Coughs and Colds. Can be To Chicago. taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, The L. & N. Railroad will sell Corns and Bunions are cured quickly: round trip tickets to Chicago at 8, different from all else; superior to all December 22d to 20th and December else; it has no equal, 25 and 50c. boxes. 31st to January 2d; all of which are Large size cheapest. Sold at Carpen- good returning until January 4th. 8 Account holiday excursions. ter's drug store. H. B. m R. ROGERS & SON.' . ' Our Platform pledge ourselves in favor of 2PZE30XUE30TX02ST t- of customers from evercharge, a'dulterations and misstatements. for every one with does most for his customers. the merchant who - M.THTI n?IE3.A.lD!E ZEIEeoiE3:i:BITI03Sr rings, inflated values and oppressive lEBZEjIDTTOTXCilSr and buyer's bugbear tax profits. of monopolistic high prices. of the people's burden Logsdon. iv rovit hack Acnxa. Or yon are nil vrorn out, really good for nothIlllOWWS JIION ItlTTEllS. It will cura you. cleanw your ll'cr, and a good appetite. tap. It Is general debility. Try Agent. - m Wfc ,'W "1 VI L Runaways Saturday night in & Ahler's, a horse took front of Sower fright at the explosion of a fire craokor and upset a carraigo and threw out the occupants, who .escaped injury. Monday the horse attached to the brewery wagon ran away, struck Howard & McOoy's wagon and almost demolished it, bargain If you want threw the drivor off in front of the boys', childrenB'a suits and in men's, overcoats Branch Bank without injuring him, call at Ed. Harris' old stand. loft the wagon against a tree in front 9-t- f. Buckjpn's Arnica Salvo, The best salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt BUY AS YOU VOTE-INTELLIG- ENTLY! Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped What is The KidP Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively oures Many inquiries have been made re- Piles, or no pay required. It is guargarding an attraction called ''The anteed to give satisfaction, or money Kid," which is about to play an en- refunded. Price 25 cents per box. As candidates for your patronage we invite an examination of our gagement in our city, and we desire For sale by Phil. Carpenter. business recordin support of our claim for FAIR, to place the public mind right in relaSQUARE DEALING. tion to it. It is simple and pure farcical comedy, interspersed with attractive musical numbers, in the way Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. We promise for the future the best in quality, the most in quantity, of songs, dances, qunrtetts, &c. It was uptown first produced at one of the and the lowest prices to all customers, without distinction theaters in New York, and received of age or class, and behind our promise stands Now Try fills. great praise for its originality and-thour splendid stock of y nature of its construction. It was It will cost younothingaud will sure-lwritten by two prominent gentlemen do you good, if you have a Cough, of Brooklyn. One, Mr. Henry White, Sold, or any trouble with Throat, and the able dramatic critic of the Ohest or Lungs. Dr .King's New DisBrooklyn Times, and the other Mr. covery for Consumption, Coughs and Laurent Howard, the manager of the Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or Bedford Avenue Theater, Brooklyn. money will be paid back. Sufferers The company interpreting it has from La Grippe found it just the been picked out with great care, and thing and under its use had a speedy consists of some sixteen to eighteen and perfect recovery. Try a sample excellent actors and vocalists. Miss bottle at our expense and learn for Dottio Pine being one of the features, yourself just how good a thing it is. as the leading soubrette. The play Trial bottles free atPniL. Carpenter's is said to be full of genuine good Drug Store. Large size 50o. $1.00. comedy and high-clas- s fun, and at3 tractive specialties. Every body who has seen "The Kid" performance says Specimen Cases. it is one of the best organizations of its kind in America. S. H. Clifford, Now Cassel, Wis., The finest goods, the fairest dealings, the fullest satisfaction guaranAt the Opera House Wednesday was troubled with Neuralgia and teed. We invite inspection and examination of our stock. Rheumatism, his Stomach was disorevening, January 4th. See the styles, look at the quality, marvel at the prices. dered, his Liver was affected, to an tlarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was torribly reduced in flesh and Strength. Three bottles of ElecThe Tried, True and 'Trustworthy Trader, tric Bitters cured him. oqs uojpijqo poq on.i notjAV Wfiajs&O tootrj oa3 Edward Shepherd, Harrodsburg, ' mjJOJwO aanla PI9 ,S8IK oureooq on.8 uoijaV. 111., had a running sore on his log of jojsvo JO J pojaa oqs pniD CT 0lIs n91AV eight years' dtanding. Usod three ov3 oii '0s sim iqvQ aotiAl bottles of Electric Bitters and seven wjaoBvo boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his log is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba. 0 had Ave large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said glvo 8-le Boots and Shoes, Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, &c. R. K. McCLURE, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c. ji . tric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by the South Side drug store, 3 ho was inourablo. Ono bottlo Elec- .2 P. H. Carpentbb. ;, ' iii. J . ..ci.i.,tJiui MSBBU 1 2K3S Brass h" 8,, i4 Top Coats! Top quality too. TipThe 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 therrf that are not tipTHEY ARE top. LOW. This week we give you the choice at $5, $7. 50, gio, 12, $15 and figures that 20, RUTCH -- TA D IF 0 o:e3:eI H ITeckwear! S w e eping reductions are made y in our neckwear deto-da- partment, all fine four-in-hand- 4 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 510 to $25 Styles are sacks, cutaway, frocks and Prince Alberts. Stock all new and prices reduced. Clothiers I Furnisher moMMums Underwear Is something which is nearest our heart and 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. Ladies will appreciate our fine stock of slippers, &c. Infant's and children's goods a specialty. Hats! fur-felt- yours. derwear, You can you afun- ford to buy good half their value. These overcoats are as cheap as ice in scarcely represent January. We have an mense stock of men's and boys' hats and caps in all the lead ing styles and makes. Men's stiff hats, hand , made, value $2.75 and $3, choice for $2. im-- . can't afford to go without. We have some great jack frost killers just now of all sizes and color and style of fabric at prices ranging for 75c. to S.oo a suit. Just call in and have a look at it scurfs and tecks, puffs, ascots &c, from the celebrated makers, Fisk, & Clarke Flagg, 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 see scarfs for men, boys and children that are new and desirable. s, mi h rrm Boys hats, only 50c, 75c, $1. Fur caps, $1.00, 1.50, 2.00 to 3.00. Boys' and men's cloth and chinchilla caps, 25c, 50c, up to $1. sc KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. In the laneruaffe 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 knowledge saves a power of money in the course of time. ircassr znssssEesBuummsMKaiikimmt 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 or with the other fellows. We don't care as long as you make the comparison. Other Styles Remedy. mtissti v . i , t ' s cow, wliich has been provided with a board tivo feet square, suspended over her face, that she may bo unable to measiuo the height of ordinary fences or raid any more fields. So far the board has proven ineffectual. Mr. Pickett, in his untiring offort, is giving his entire and undivided attention to the manufacture of a most Chesapeake& Ohio Ry. nftp.iiHjir kind of irlRRseH. or vou mav failed to Everybody hits at times call them spectacles, to be firmly fas do their duty towards themselves. tened over tne eyes 01 any ana au HEW PHILADELPHIA, WASHING, of lady readers suffer from untrusty stock. The magnity of an Hundreds nervousness, sleep- ordinary fence, when properly viewsick headache, lessness and female troubles. Let ed, will present, in appearance, of beTON, BOSTON and all Eastern Cities. them follow the example of Mrs. H. ing twenty feet high. The first exs Wis., Herbechter, Stevens Point, periment will be given a full test on who for five years suffered greatly the most dangerous cow of this Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE, LEXINGTON and EASTERN from nervous prostration and sleep- neighborhood, which is the property POINTS. lessness, tried physicians and differ- of Mr. Oharley Kinney. If Mr. Pickent medicines without success. But ett accomplishes his aim, after his Time card In effect Nov. 1st, 1892. one bottle of Dr. MileV Nervine arduous labor, he is certainly assurevery night and ed a fortune in his ingenuity. EAST BOUND. caused sound sleep Lve. Lexington. she is feeling like a new person. Mrs. 7:10 a.m. Express. No. 2.', dally Atlanta Wheeler, Laramie Oity, Elizabeth . .11:40 a. m, Midland Accom , No. 2o, dally ox. remeAll goods bought of Copper- Vestlbuled Express, No. 24, dully.Sun . .6:10 p.m. . Wyoming, who tried all other Mt.SterllngAccom , No. 2d, dally ex. Sun.5:25p. a. 15-t- f. dies, declares that after three week's smith engraved free. WEST BOUKD. use of the Nervine for Headache, Arr. Lexington. Lexington Jccom., No. 27, dally ex. Sun. .7 :65 a m. Nervous Prostration, etc., she was A Horrible Railroad Accident. 21, dtlly. . . .12:40 p.m. Louisville Express, No. entirely relieved. Sold by J. W. Lexington Accom.. No. 25, dally tx. Sun.. 4 :15 v. m. 1 Gayle. Trial bottle free. Is daily chronic in our papers; also Vestlbuled Express. No. 2J, dally . . . 6:10 p. m. olid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining the death of some dear friend, vwho Through Sleepers from Lexington to Cars York New Swallowflold. has died with Consumption, whereas, without change if he or she had taken Otto's Cure No Bus transfers. The commercial and business for Throat and Lung disease in time, II. W. FIJLLEIi, C. B. RYAN, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt. Gen'l. Pass. Agt., school closed its exercises last Satur- life'would have been rendered happiI). C. Cincinnati. O Washington, day evening The community has er and perhaps saved. Heed the honbeen greatly benefited. All have warning! If you have a cough or ored their subscription by prompt any affection of the Throat or Lungs payment except one. call at Chapman & Williams' and get Mr. Ed. Wiley buried his infant a trial bottle free. Large size 50c. 45 daughter last Wednesday evening. improv- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARMr. John Suter is certainly KET. ing. He sat up in his arm chair for several hours without any apparent discomforture for several days past. FURNISHED BY GLOVER & DURRETT, HO a meeting at the LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. There was quite MILLS Christian Church on Sunday last. Sales on our market for the week -- -' "- -' During the Christmas there has justclosed amount to 4,074 hhds., with IHIits. hat ' tmizjrmjyiunmti '.rSV zwxiMw Avsxvm rv,rnri d been quite a travel to and from receipts for the same period of 3,353 in the purchase of Christmas hhds. Sales on our market since JangoodB. Our genial and accommodat- uary 1st amount to 103,529 hhds. Sales ing merchant, Mr. W. H. Poe, who is of $ho crop of 1891 on our market to THE 8UORTE8T AND QUICKEST a great economist, standing behind date 123,353 hhds. his counter, while he never allows The quotations which we give his stove to got above milk warm, below are for the "new 1892 hurley to lew expedite business make crop. says that to quick sales and freeze your friends The offerings on our market the off for homo; no time to exchange past week have continued remarkably to say any thing be- heavy. Prices for all grades of bur-lo- y Time, 25 Hours. jokes; too cold yond the necessaries of life. were very strong at the beginThe residence of Mrs. Mary Ann ning of the week, but the market SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. Harrod, widow of Lawrence Harrod, closed somewhat irregular and a litwas entirely consumed by fire last tle easier for all kinds of burloy off The shortest and quickest. nie-h- t at Pleven o'clock. All of the color. The sales 01 new burloy to household goods wore also consumed. date amount to 10,899, this being the Mr. W. H. Pickett, of Swallowileld. largest numbor of hogsheads of the Georgetown to Jacksonville, Ala is well known as an amiable gentle- now crop ever sold before the first of Time. 26 Hours. man and a remarkably good natured January. Auction sales will not bo neighbor and farmer. With the best resumed again until the third of Jan- Solid Vestlbuled Trains, The Short Una- be of men "forbearance ceases to be a uary, 1893. tween Cincinnati and virtue." Unfortunately fencing tim- Trash (dark) or damaged 1 LiiMTON, Kt., Time. IVi Hourfc 12 Knoxvillk, Tkns., " an " tobacco 50ft G 50 ber has long since become quite in17 N. C AlilfKVJLLK, " 9 00 Common Colory trash... 0 50 item. In fact the fencing hero is ' ' 11 ClUmNOOOA.TENN., ' 15 sufficient to protect the corn fielcla Medium to good colory Atlanta, G,, 9 00ft 11 00 16 Birminuiiam, Ala.. " " trash from the neighbor's cattle. As it ocNew Oneai)iandSbre Direct curs the corn is ungathorod, Mr. CommorTlugs not colory 8 00(rt 9 00 port for Connections at and California. Texas, Mexico 9 00ft 11 00 Oharley Kinney has a very brecchy Common Colory lugs Leave Frankfort via Kentucky MldluudRallwu) Fail to do Their Duty. Moore's Poultry CHOLERA AND tlonof - I Ml TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE 1 market. Postlvely prevents and cures More then pays for Its use In the extra produc WM. CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W GAPES. REAL, JBSTATJS AGENT. and sale real estate, collection of and the letotlattaB of loans will alio 3E ' k-& POE SALE CHAPMAN AND SUNDRIES. Get a trial box. m3B7Z WL ?,J?ACTLCKthe d '.;. ranttln N THE COURTS 0 adjoining counties, &ao sire ipfldal attention to the purohaw ot r nU, clalaa. WILLIAMS, PRESCRIPTION Headquarters for PERFUMES, TOILET roms- W. J. CHINH, JR J Will practice in all State Courts. fice second floor, Custom House. . Of- GOODS April House and Lot -- Jan.80-ly- AT- PTJBLIC SALE. I WILL OFFER AT PUBLI SALT?, AT THE Court-hous- e door in tne city of Frankfort, on Kentucky Midland Ry. Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT. phbw Mt(ElllP&iIilil) m --ly.-zsi- dlsaaa.ay, Taxi. 2, 3LSQ3, the house and lot on Long Lane alley, opposite the Gas Works, known as the Ilaydon Demar property, Tne nouse contains two rooms and a Frankfort, kitchen. lot 5U by 42i, feet. TERMS OF SALE-O- ne half cash, balance In lisle, WM. DEMAR, twelve months. Dec. 10-t- d: e'ffl Only direct Hue between Georgetown and Paris, Fal- Car- M Haysrille, Cynthiana, mouth and Covington VIA KY. Midway, Ky. Notice. i v. ASK OR TICKETS MIDLAND Swal-lowfiel- irait GTWAPiliPi w. mmmmmmm immi Mmu FRANKLIN COUNTY BY AN ORDER OF THESafety Vuult and Trust TBAIHS flUH BY GEMTHAL STAHDAHD TIUE. tlie.Fraukfort Company has been appointed administrator of the estate of Samuel Calmese. deceased. AU TIME TABLE DEC. 12. 18U2. persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are called uuon to settle same, and nil A M P M P 11 persons having claims upnlnst tho same are re- -. quirea to piesent tnoin propeny proven. TRAINS E AST. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7.. FRANKFORT hAFETY VAULT & TRUST CO. bj Faykttk Hewht, President. (i.00 Lv. Frankfort . . . A 4.10 12 45 Nov. J. A. Scott, Attorney. I 12-2, fi j i DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, O., will be at the, FBroEjsrias: IN LEXINGTON. KY.. hoteil, Lv. Swltzer . Lv. stamping Ground Lv. Duvail Lv. Jolinsoii Lv. Georgetown .B. uv. v. a. Depot Iv. Newtowu Lv. Centrevllle . . . . Lv. Elizabeth Ar Paris C Lv. Summit Lv. Klkhorn n.IWi 6.11 C.18 4.16 4.22 t.lil) 4 45 tt.iU CM 6 44 0.52 (I.&G 4M .... 7.0U Saturday, Jan. 14th, 1893. HEMORRHOIDS Saturday, U'eb. 4tn, 1803. Saturday, Feb. 24th, 1803. (Piles) cured without surglca operation an d with little or no pain. REEERENCES . W. McKeo Hardle, Frankfort, Kj. - TRAINS WEST. Lv. Paris C. Ar. Elizabeth . Ar. Centervllle Ar. Newtown Ar. O. S. Depot Ar. Georgetown . . B . Ar. Johnson Ar, Duvail 3.V0 7.18 r.tf 7.23 5.10 8.80 b.0.1 7.37 3.45 I 'A M Ml i M I A W No. 2. No. 4 No.8No.ia 4.5'J 0 08 6.15 5.27 12.05 1.10 1.25 1.45 1.55 2.05 2.20 2.45 3.C6 r J. A. Scott. Frankfort, Ky. Select or wrappory tobacco...... Medium to good colory 11 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 14 Medium to gotfd leaf. 10 Good to fine loaf. 20 00 00 12 00 20 00 23 00 50ft 14 00 00ft 10 00 a.m. Qulckerthnnunyotherllne All tram irrlv it (epnrt from Jentrul Unto; Depot, Cincinnati Kor Rate. Maps, &o..naare n via Georg:!tivii 6:15 ii.ii.,urrlveUliiulniiatllU:2t 00ft lfrrrnn E. T. OUARLETON, D. P. & T. A., Chattanooga. r 11 DniUinnQ Traf.Mng. Cincinnati. O. 9 -- P.4i.T A connects with L. & N. B connects with U. & C. and L. S. C connects with K. C. DR. KKLLEY'S onlceuuil residence Is nt 259 West Eighth stri'ot, Cincinnati, und where he may The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec-tlon- s be found every day of each week except SATURform the shortest and cheapest route to all DAYS. Pamphlets describing these diseases points north, south and west. and tho mode ot treatment sent free to any ono For further Information apply to their agents. W. I. KELLEY, M. D by addressing 0. D. BEROAW. E. B. WEITZKL 259 W. Eight St. Cincinnati, O. City Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agt.. B. HARPER, Gen. SupV. CONSULTATION FREE. GEO. Ky V. Uorberlch, Frankfort, Ky. L. P. Hulett, Benson. Ky. Ror. A. H. McClure, Frankfort. Ky. V. J. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. David Moore, Benson, Ky. (his. M. Wlthrow, Frankfort, Ky. J. T. Staten, Frankfort, Dr. E. M. Gober, Frankfort. Ky. Ar. Swltzer Ar. Klkhori Ar. Ar.StampIngOround Summit, .... .... ....,., , 8.88 8 47 aai d.42 fi.4G 5.27 4.63 1.4(1 Ma 9.m 10.35 10.12 10.48 10 55 11.10 11.16 11.30 Ar. Frankfort. . . , , . . , A . ll."2 0.64 7.01 7.10 7.17 7 23 7 JO 7.44 7.50 7.60 8.03 .25 0.62 7.05 7.15 7.5(5 7.f5 8.l 8.10 8.20 h K&, jV Sji