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FRANKFORT, f EB. 20, 18D2.
Will ro to tlie Pcu,
Forrest Oheathnra, tho negro who
was arrested somo timo ago by
officers jPhythian and Brown for
burglary, was found guilty in the
Circuit Court Tuesday and sentenced
to tho penitcutiary for fivo years.
Mangan & Darnell sold on Monday
two well-known stallions, Jack Frost
and Eureka Star. Jack Frost was sold
to A. 0. Knestrick, of Orescent, Ohio,
for 1,100. Eureka Star was sold to
R. L. Gowdy, of Oampbellvillo, Ky.,
Tho Misses Popper gave a delightful
German at their hon.o on Main
Btreet Tuesday evening. The dance
was led by Mr. Jas. Talbott, of Lexington,
and it was beautifully done.
The favors and supper were both elegant.
Saxton's orchestra, of Lexington,
furnished tho music.
Are you suffering from weakness?
Is your complexion sallow? Do you
have constant back-ache? Are you
constipated? Do you feel all tired
out? If you have any of these feelings
begin at once to use Dr. Hale's
Household Tea. It will give you k
clear complexion, will restore y.ou to
health and strength and will make
you feel like a new person. Get it today
at Carpenter's South Side Drug
There was a car load of
on tho west bound O. & O.
train Monday night, and the "Mountain
Dew" was URed so freely that tho
smoking car smellod like a traveling
distillery. A Roundabout man,
coming down from Lexington, and
wishiug to enjoy his weed, tried to
ride in the smoker, but gave it up
as a bad job, and now mourns the
loss of his
The pleasant effect and perfect
safetv with which ladies may use the
California liquid laxative Syrup of
Figs, under all conditions, marces id
their favorite remedy. To get tho
true and genuine article, look for the
name of tho California Fig Syrup Co.,
printed near the bottom of tho package.
Machine Worlds Sold.
Messrs. Sam. J. Shea and W. Lint.
Tanner have purchased the Capital
Oitv Maohine Works from Messrs.
Stephens A Gault, and have taken
possession. Tho style of the firm will
hereafter bo Shea & Tanner, who will
proceed to work up the business of
tho establishment in the way of repairing
machinery and will also add
a plumbing department. Both gentlemen
aro clever, energetio fellows
and we wish them success.
A Successful Engagement.
The Wilbur Opera Company gavo
three excellent performances here
this week, Monday "Fanchette,"
Tuesday matinee ,4Fra Diavolo,"5and
Tuesday night "Erminio," to the
largest and most fashionable
audiences, probably, that ever attended
a theatrical performance in
the history of tho house. The principal
characters wore all in good
hands, but the crowning glory was
the chorus. It ha3 never been our
good fortune to see a better, and the
bald heads wero kept in ' a thrill of
ecstatio delight asithe graceful formB
marched the mazes of tho ballet and
tripped tho light fantastic into their
i i i
'Who hath not own'd with rapture-smitten
The power of grace, the maglo of a
Asks Campboll. the poet, in his
"Pleasures of Hope." Pleasures of
Hope, forsooth. Many and many a
woman knowB thorn no longer. Thoy
aro in dospair about thoir hoalth.
They are run down, debilitated,
suffering from what thoy know not.
It may bo dyspepsia, heart disease,
llvor or kidnoy disease; any or all of
them. Tho sicknesses of women aro
ourod by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
There's where tho maglo
of a name comes in. This improves
digestion,, invigorates tho system,
enriches the blood, dispel aohoB and
pains, produces refreshing sleep, dispels
nervousness and molanoholy.
and builds up both tho fleBh and
strength of those reduced below n
healthy standard. It is a legitimate
medicino, not aboverago. Uontains
no alcohol to inebriate; no sugar or
syrup to sour in tho stomach and
causo distress. It is as peculiar in
its composition as it 1b marvelous in
its remedial results.
Half Fare to St. Louis.
On account of tho Peoplo's Party
Convention, St. Louis, Mo., February
22d, the L. & N. R. R. will sell round
trip tickets to St. Louis February 20th
to 22d. good to return until February
28th, at one fare.
W. W. Alexander,
Two very pretty box parties wore
given at tho Opera House Monday
and TueBday nights, when tho Wilbur
Opera Company was here. Monday
night Mr. Gilbert Mastin gavo a box
party in honor of Miss TeaBdalo, of
Tuesday night a box party was
given in honor of Miss Gertrude
Groen, of Covington. Those present
besides Miss Green, were Misses
Rebecca Johnson and Fannie Taylor
and Messrs. Sherley Wiutersmith,
Georgo Hunt and Phythian Saffoll.
The Rebekah Degree of Odd Fellowship
was instituted in Capital Lodge
No. 6, 1. O. O. F., of this city on Monday
night by Mrs. Ross, of Louisville,
one of the State Grand Officers,
assisted by Deputy Grand Master
Wilson, of Lexington. There were
7 ladies and 17 gentlemen initated,
this being a degree of the order intended
for both sexes. After tho
ceremonies wero concluded an elegant
repast was partaken of by the
members and their guest. Several
ladies and gentle from Lexington,
members of the order, wore present.
"Tho tree of deepest root is found, i
least willing still to leave the ground" t
and this could onco have been most I
truly said of chronic prin or any !
sort. But after the lapse of so many '
ages, a sovereign remedy has Seen
found in Salvation Oil. Every provident
householder should keep it.
Lincoln J. Carter's "Fast Mail"
company, appears at the Opera House
next Monday evening. This is tho
original railroad molodrama that has
bo many imitators on the road this
season, aud is said to bo one of the
scenio productions in America. A
car load of fJcenery is carried and tho
manager promises faithfully that
every piece will be put up in this
"Tho Fast Mail" is a molodrama, a
play of plays which goes with a rush,
from a river view to a murder
at Memphis, until it ends with retribution
on the suspension bridge in
sight of Niagara Falls, whore the
roar of the cataract is' hoard and the
mist is seen rising from the whirlpool
into which real water is running.
As in "Silver Kink," a young man
thinks he has committed murder.
Another man for revenge commits
the crime. Walter is hunted and his
faithful Mary tries to protect him,
flying with him. The villain pursues
them. They aro blown up on a
steamboat, betrayed at a railway
Btation, decoyed to a den in Chicago,
and finally esoapo to Niagara. Tho
steamboat explosion is very startling.
How true it is can only bo answered
by those who have been blown up
and saved on a raft. The railroad
effect showing a station master's and
tolegraph office, with tho arrival of a
long freight train followed by tho
fast mail, which picks up the mail
bag on the fly, is said to bo the best
that has ever been produced, and tho
closing picture of tho Niagara Falls
is a work of art made real.
This remedy is becoming so
well known and so popular as to
need no special mention. All
who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise.
A purer medicine does not exist,
and it is guaranteed to do all that
is claimed. Electric Bitters will
cure all diseases of the Liver and
Kidneys, will remove Pimples,
Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections
caused by impure blood.
Will drive Malaria from the system
and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers. For cure of
Headache, Constipation and Indigestion
try Electric Bitters. Entire
satisfaction guaranteed, or
money Price 50 cts.
and $1 per bottle at South Side
5 P. H. Carpenter.
Tho marriage of Mr. F. H. Bagby
anMiBsMaryE. Garrett at tho Baptist
Ohuroh on Wednesday ovoning,
was a most beautiful one. Tho pulpit of
tho church was handsomely decorated
with overgroonH, fern ands potted
plants, and tho ceremony was most
impressively performed by Row
Harry Bagby, brother of tho groom,
assisted by Rev. W. O. Taylor.
Tho procession was formed to tho
strains of tho wedding marchf performed
by Prof. Wayland Graham in
his usual masterly manner, and
movod up tho aisle in tho following
Tho four ushors, Messrs. Caswell
Bennett, jr., Jas. Corbett, of this
city, Wilson Loughbrigo, of Louisville,
and Dr. Vaught, of Richmond,
preceded, followed by tho maid of
honor, Miss Margaret Mitchell, of
Louisville, and lastly tho brido loaning
upon tho arm of her undo, Col.
TIiob. H. Corbett. The minister and
tho groom accompanied by his best
man, Mr. A. W. Thompson, of Louisville,
camo from, tho pastor's study
and mot the party at tho altar, where
the wordB which bound tho two
young hearts together wore solemnly
Tho brido was attired in whito eatin,
en train, with low neck, short sleeves
and veil, and carried a bouquet of
bridal roses. She "looked beautiful.
Miss Mitchell wore whito silk, carrying
Chatherine Mormetrosesand was
much admired for hor handsome
The groom, is tho oldest son of Rev.
Goo. F. Bagby, formerly of this city,
and has for several years formed one
of the corps of engineers connected
with the Geological Survey. Tho
bride is tho daughter of Mrs
Garrett, of this city, and is a handsome
and accomplished young lady.
Tho Roundabout extends its best
wishes for a long and happy life.
The happy couple left for Lexington
on tho 9:20 train, and will visit
tho groom's parents in Virginia and
make a short visit to eastern cities,
after which they return to this city
to reside. They will bo at homo to
their friends after March 1st.
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrlt tliat Contain
As mercury will surely destroy
the sens of smell and completely'
derange tho wholo system
when entering it through tho mucous
surfaces. Such articles should never
be used except on prescriptions from
reputable physicians, as tho damage
they will do is ten fold 'to the good
you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Oure,manufactured(by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains
no mercury, .and is taken internally,
and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall'B Catarrh
Cure be sure you get the genuine. It-is
taken internally, and made in
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
BSTSold by Druggist, price 7ft per
Advertised Letters at
Belof will be found a list of advertised
letters for the weok ending Feb. 20th,
Burbridge, Ben Linsy, T.
Brooks, Olay Morchant, John
Bryne, J. "VV. Maddox, Mr.
Brooks, Louis North, Con.
Davis, Annie Newman, Mrs. W.
Daniel, Lieut. Polsgrove, Sanford
Ohandlea, Mahala Stephens, Ann
Foster, Margaret Salyors, Fancy
Fox, Wm. Stophor, Ellen
Green, Geo. F. Thomas, J. N. &
Ulimoro, liicharci uo.
Harvey, E. Smith, Peter
Hudson, Mrs. J. E. Thompson, Malis-Hynes,
Hunter, P. J. Webber, Oal
Hudson, Richard Whalen, John H.
Lewis, Ada Wilson, Jas. G.
When calling for those letters say advertised.
J. M. SATFEIil.,
Mr. Charles Wheatly, Sec'y of tho
Saratoga Racing Association writes.
"From the exporionco of many years'
use Ouinn's Ointment, I unhesitat
ingly recommend it for tho cure of
liioou opavins, winupuiia, uuu
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
For Sale! For Sale.
N FEBRUARY COURT DAY (MONDAY J2d).
0 nt in nvinck. l will sell mule man s
nt tlie Court house nt Versailles, to tlie hlKlieot
bidder without reserve. The lot Is composed of
laruo, line young mures , i ncy nne Been owi w
Imported Jticks. Among them lire some excellent
roadster unci somo tood work marcs. The
above stock Is sold for no fault of their own bnt
to make room for my lncieasln number of
Kour months time without Interest will be
given on good security.
TOi'mTun r . ..
W- 5 ,
for Infants and Children.
"CMtoriais no well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any prescription
known to mo." II. A. AncnzB, M. D., '
111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T.
"Tho uso of Castorla1 fa bo universal and
Its merits bo well known that It seems a work
of supererogation to endorso It. Fow are the do
Intelligent families who do not keep Castorla
within easy reah."
Now York City.
Lato Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church.
It Is t ho
A PrIce.Sl.50 iici bottle.
Cafltoria cores Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation,
Ellis Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl-
Without Injurious medication.
H For several years I havo recommended
your ' Castorla, ' and shall always continue- to
so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Edwin F. Pakdi. M. D.,
"The Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave.,
New York City.
CoMrjurr, 77 MoniUT Stmckt, New York.
mffU ttf tMntACr! xxng.
J. I. CAsn, (Hickory Grovo Farm, horns y
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known remedy, I removed n. lur'o Ltir.uii "
years standing, from n S year eld lllly, Z
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