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FRANKFORT, FEB. 27, 1892.
W. It. King, a convict who escaped
from tho penitentiary, waa recaptured
near Barboursvillo Sunday night and
returnod here. Ho was sent up in
1885 for two years for burglary.
Gone to Louisville.
Dr. Walter O. Green, of this city,
has located in Louisville for the
practice of his profession and has
opened his oiQco on Second street,
between Chestnut and Broadway.
Will IHove Near Town.
Mr. John T. Wiley, of the Bald
Knob neighborhood, has rented the
Dudley farm, on the Versailles piko,
for one thousand dollars a year, and
will take possession on the first of
The annual moving season for
tenants upon farms is upon us and
wagons loaded with furniture belonging
to farmers who are changing
their location, have been passing
through the city for several days.
Why Don't You Stop
Coughing before the entire mucous
membrane lining the air passage
leading to the lungs becomes
inflamed, as it surely will bo from a
cough neglected. There is but one
remedy that gives instant relief and
cures quicklv. Dr. Hale's Household
Couch Cure cures every kind of
cough from a simple cold to incipient
consumption. 25 and 50o bottles at
Carpenter's South Side drug store.
A Chance To Hear Patti.
On account of the Patti concert,
the L. & N. R. R. will sell round trip
tickets to Louisville, February 29th,
good to return March 1st, at2.62.
W. W. Alexander,
Won the Contest.
Attho oratorical contest held by
the students of Centrb College, at
Danville, on Monday evening, Mr.
Martin D. Hardin, son of Gen. P. W.
Hardin, of this city, won the first
honor over three competitors. The
contest was for the purpose of selecting
a representative of the College
at the Stato oratorical contest to be
held at' Georgetown on the 1st of
The pleasant effect and perfect
safety with which ladies may use the
California liquid laxative Syrup of
Figs, under all conditions, makes it
their favorite remedy. To get the
true and genuino article, look for the
name of the California Fig Syrup Co.,,
printed near the bottom of the package.
Have Your Measure
' Mr. Fitzpatrick, cutter for the
firm of Grutchor&Starks, whose headquarters
are with the Louisville
house, will be here on the 1st and 2d
of March, Tuesday and Wednesday
next, with a full lino of samples of
Hpring suitings, ready to take measures
for the customers of the house.
Drop in at the mammoth store of,
TVTnnara u.t.UU..U. flrnfnhnr w.u.wuw. fir. . Sr.nrlrn. .... , nn TVTnln ... t
street, and have your measure taken
for a spring outfit.
"I don't like the breath of that
stove!" oxclaimed little Ethel one
oay when the gas was escaping from
the sitting-room stovo. Coal-gas is
like the "perfumes of India," compared
with the breath of a person
afflicted with catarrh, but among
many other symptoms the smell is
often deadened, so the sufferer is unconscious
of tho offensivonOas of his
presence. Why any one will endure
such a painful, dangorous and offensive
disease, when Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy costing only 50 cents will
ouro tho most stubborn case, is one
of tho many mysteries. Tho
proprietors are bo confident of
tho success of this Catarrh
Remedy, that they offer to forfeit $500
for any caso of Catarrh that
they cannot cure. It would bo
suicide for their remedy for them to
make this offer, unless they understood
its exaot powers.
Cyclone in Madison.
A dispatch from Richmond givos
the following account of a storm
whioh passed over that town last
A cyolone struck tho dwelling house
of Jonathan Hill, residing near Union
City, four miles east of hero, Sunday
evening, and utterly demolished it.
Water, mud, chips and sticks, and
othor things came dashing against
tho house, in a wave, throe feet nigh,
although ho is on high ground, and
surged around tho corners, as if tho
house was in an overflowed valloy.
Tho roof was taken off, broken into
three sections and piled up in tho
yard. A long lino of clothes, and a
pilo of freshly-ironed clothes simply
disappeared. A pair of table-clothes,
a pair of pillow cases, and one othor
article, are all that have been found
and they wore out in tho woods.
Other things were carried away. Tho
pump was dragged faom the cistern
and takon some distance. The planks
were strippod from the fonco posts
and broken to pieces. Fivo or six
large trees in the yard wore completely
demolished. The house was
of logs, built seventy years ago, or
would most likely have gone. Tho
storm-path was near a hundred yards
wide, and continued straight through
the neighborhood, unroofed barns,
blow down trees, and other damage
was done. Mr. Hill looked up tho
stairway and saw tho roof go. No
one was injured or killed.
Tho American people are rapidly
becoming a race of nervous wrecks,
and the following suggests tho best
remedy: Alphonso Hempfling, of
Butler, Fa., swears that when his son
was spoochless from St. Vitus ilanoc
Dr. Miles' great Restorative Nervine
cured him. Mrs. J. R. Miller, of
Valparaiso, and J. D. Taylor, of
Ind., each gained 20 pounds
from taking it. Mrs. H. A. Gardner,
of Vistula, Ind., was cured of 40 or 50
convulsions a day, and much head
acho, dizziness, backache and nervous
prostration by one bottle. Trial
bottles, and fine book of marvelous
cures free at J. W. Gayle's, who
recommends and guarantees this an-equaled
Twenty-Six Years Old.
Monday last was the anniversary
of tho birth of George Washington,
battle of Buena Vista, and is of
local interest to us as the day on
which the True Kentuckian (now
Twenty-six years ago we made the
first issue, and its co partner, the
Citizen, represents 85 years' continuous
publication. Most of tho
typos who were with us at the outset,
are still alive, but are scattered
far and wide. Barlow has for years
been with minstrel troupes, Lewis is
editing a paper at Frankfort, Williams
is engaged in literary pursuits
at Covington, and tho last heard of
Hunt he was in Switzerland, acting
as guide for tourists among tho Alps.
George Washington said ho couldn't
tell a lie. There is whore the
has the best of G. W.
The K.-0. can tell a lie, butwon't.
Louis VanHook, Ben. Zimmerman,
Shelly Mann and Clark are all dead.
Oonant loft for parts unknown and is
perhaps dead also.
Will Fail to Remove It.
Hon. Green R. Keller, Clerk of tho
House, in a letter to his paper, the
Carlisle Mercury, this week says:
Tho Capital removal question is up
onco more, but like all former attempts
it will fail again. Frankfort
has long been the subject of jokes
and abuse, but after all it is a real
pleasaut place, and it will bo the
seat of Government as long as the
Commonwealth stands. And why
not? It has as pleasant people as
live any where, the State owns available
property tor all her uses, tho railroad
accommodations are above the
average, and the people of tho State
have made up their minds that they
are satisfied, and thus it looks to me
like it is a waste of time to discuss
the question further.
Heart disease is by far tho most
frequent cause of sudden death,
which in three out of four cases is
unsuspected. Tho symptoms are
not generally understood. Those are:
o habit of lying on tho right side,
short breath, pain or distress in side,
buck or shoulder, irregular palao,
asthma, weak and hungry spoils,
wind in stomach, swelling of ankles
or dropsy, oppression, dry cough and
smothering. Dr. Miles' illustrated
book on Heart Disease free at J. W.
Gayle's, who sella and guaranteosDr.
Miles' unoqualod Now Heart Cure,
and his Restorative Norvino, which
ouros nervousness, hoadaohe, sleeplessness,
effects of drinking, etc, Ik
contains no opiates. 3
On Monday, February 22, County
Clerk Smith was kept busy issuing
linconse to wed. Ho issued fivo,
whioh are as follows:
Thos. W. Pullam and Sallio B.
Hodges, of Graefonburg.
Jos. A. Hieatt and Mattio Brawnor,
of Flat Creek.
Thos. J. Dunoan and Alice
of Bald Knob.
Win. L. MoOarty and Maud M.
South, of Forks of Elkhorn.
Thos. Harrod and America Shaw,
of Peak's Mill.
Burns or wounds should bo attended
to carefully, especially in cold
weather. We would recommend Salvation
Oil for such cases. All druggists
sell it for 25 cents a bottle.
$100,000 For the Show.
A bilj appropriating ono, hundrod
thousand dollars to provido for tho
collection and exhibition of the
products of Kentucky at tho Columbian
Exposition at Chicago in 1803
was passed by tho Senate on Wednesday.
1 in mm m in
Chief of Police Jerry Brislan
his resignation to Mayor Tobin
on Monday evening, who accopted
tho samo and appointed Councilman
John L. Tobin to fill the vacancy. Mr.
Tobin accepted jjhe position and has
entered upon the discharge of the
"All alone, unheard, unknown he
makes his moan" in a fifth-story
Tho reason is obvious, he
is suffering everything with a cold
and hasn't got a soul to Btep across
the street for one small bottle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
Miss Nellie Baker, of Louisville,
who is visiting Mr. Jas. A. Holt, in
this county, fell from a fence at Mr.
Holt's Tuesday at noon and broke
her left arm at the elbow. Dr. G. F.
Thompson, of this city, was sent for
and reduced tho fracture.
We have had this week standard
time, solar time and town, clock time
all abouf twenty minutes apart
which was just the thing for the average
apprentice, who went to work
by standard, quit by the town clock
and swore he was going by solar all
Tho second lecture of Dr. Bemis
will be gievn intheMethodistOhurch
on Tuesday evening next, March 1st,
on which occasion his subject will be
"Economics." Tickets for the entire
course of six lectures are but one
dollar and for a single lecture fifty
cents. They can bo obtained at Barrett's
Ben. . Bell,
Druggist, of Lexington, Ky., says
that Dr. Hale's Household remedies
(consisting of Dr. Hale's Household
Cough Cure. Dr. Hale's Household
Ointment and Dr. Hale's Household
Tea) are the host sellers he has ever
had in his store. This is owing to
the great merit of these popular
remedies. They invariably give
great satisfaction, save many doctors'
bills and work wonderful cures.
Everybody should use them. 25 and
60c. sizes at Carpenter's South Side
drug store. I
Violin For Sale I have a fine
violin of Gorman make which I will
A Reminder of '62.
Tho salute fired on Monday in
honor of Washington's birthday was
from a cannon placed on Taylor's
Hill, near where Gen. Sill planted a
battery in October, 1862, and sent
several shells over the town al'ter
Scott's Cavalry of tho Confederate
Army, as they retreated: one of the
shells bursting just over whero the
Kenyon Hotel now stands and several
near the Arsenal.
This is the first time since the war
that loud-mouthed cannon has hollowed
from that hill.
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh that Contain
Ab mercury will surely destroy
tho senso of smell and completely
derange the whole systom
when entering it through tho mucous
surfaces, ouch articles Blioulu never
be used except on prescriptions from
reputable physicians, as tho damage
theywill do is ten fold to tho good
you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Ouro, manufacturodlby
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains
no mercury, and is taken in
ternally, and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of tho
systom. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Ouro be suro you get tho gonuine. It
is takon internally, and made in
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Ohonoy & Co.
BSTSold by Druggist, price 76 per
Going to Carter.
A Mr. Glass, of Franklin county,
bought 250 aoresof land of Mrs.
Boggs, and 150 acres from Smith
and Gregory, and intends to locate
horo immediately. Ho says ho knows
of twelve to fifteen families who will
oomo from Franklin and Owen counties
to locato in Carter. Our valuablo
tobacco landB aro being heard of far
and near. Carter County Buylo.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
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"CMtorlaUoo veil adapted to children that
I recommend It oa superior to ujr prescription
known to mo.1' H. A. Ancnxit, M. D.,
Ill Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castoria' is bo universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are tho
Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
Cuuos SUnTTM, D.D.,
Hew York City.
Late Pastor Bloomingdolo Reformed Church.
It Is tho
Price, S1.50 per bottle. .Ask your druggist for Ik If bo
docs not keep It, send us 25c. stamps or silver, for trial box.
W. B. EDDY
lumber, GasSteam Fitter
-AND DEALER IN-
Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosets,
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Kills Worms, givea sleep, and promotes di
Without injurious medication.
For several years I have) recommended
your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
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