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The Frankfort roundabout. [volume] (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, February 06, 1892, Image 8

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CRTJTCHER fe ST ARKS!
Our Great Slaughter Sale!
WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEB. 1st. We commence this morning another cut,
:as we are forced to have money. This great slaughter sale embraces every article in
our immense establishment. It seems to us tiat every citizen in this community
should be inerested in this GREAT CUT SALE and come and see what we are
ing.
Turnishing Goods.
See our regular 6oc. White
Shirts cut to 39c.
See our 50c. and 60c. Underwear,
Shirts and Drawers, cut to
See our $1 Shirt cut to 79c.
See the regular 50c. and 60c. .
Shirts cut to 40c.
See our 10c. Half Hose.
See our 8c. Handkerchiefs.
See our 15c. Suspenders.
See the greatest cut in
Goods in this city.
Main Street, FRANKFORT.
A Mystery Explained.
"The papers contain frequent noticet
of rich, pretty and educated girls
oloping with negroes, tramps and
-coachmen. Tho well-known specialist,
Dr. Franklin Miles, says all suoh
girls are more or lejs hysterical,
very impulsive, unbalanced;
usually subjectto headache, neuralgia,
sleeplessness, immoderate crying cu
Juughing. These show a weak ner
vous system for which there is no
remedy equal to Restorative Nervine.
'Trial bottles and a fine book containing
many marvelous cures, free at
.J. V. Gayle's, who also sells and guarantees
Dr. Miles' celebrated New
Heart Oure the finest of heart tonics.
Cures fluttering, short breath, etc.
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Communicated.
JSditor Roundabout:
The patrons of School District No.
34 would bo glad to have the County
Superintendent explain how it is that
they are only entitled to a school of
four months this year.
The chairman of the board of trustees
employed a teacher to teach tho
school for live months, for the public
money. When four months of the
.school had been taught the County
Superintendent informed the teacher
and chairman that the district was
ontitled to but four months, and
furthermore there was no money to
pay for a longer term. The law is that
every district is entitled to a school
of five months that reports forty
scholars or more, not exceeding one
hundred, and district thirty-four has
.forty-two scholars roportod to tho
Superintendent of Public Instruction
for tho school -year, beginning July
1st, 1891.
The chairman of the above district
for said school reported to County
Superintendent fifty-six or eight
scholars, but from some cause only
forty-two were reported by County
Superintendent to Supt. of Public
Instruction.
A Patron.
A Good Reason for Living;.
"She lives to love and loves to live,
She loves to live because she lives
to love.'1
Many think it is a sin to bo sick;
being so, one cannot bestow their
affection on others as the Creator intended;
beingso, it certainly is a duty
to oure yourself. Most women, these
iays, need an invigorating tonic.
Worn-out teachers, "shop-girls,"
dressmakers, milliners, and those
subject to tiresome labor, have found
a boon in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
It is a soothing and
strengthening nervine, inducing refreshing
sleep, relieves despondency
and restores to full use all the appetites
and affections of one's nature.
It is sold, by druggists, under a guar-
Hen's Clothing.
See 315 pairs Jeans Pants,
best quality, $1.50 and $1.75, cut
to $1.25.
See our 6.50 Overcoats cut
to 4.
See our $6 and $7 Suits, Sacks
and Frocks, cut to 4.
See 1,956 Suits, some of them
cut 20 per cent. , some 30 per cent.,
and some one-half into.
The greatest slaughter sale
ever known in this city.
cimTTCxatjs;
antee from its makers that it will, in
every case, give satisfaction, or price
(1.00) will be promptly refunded.
Jarbeau.
Miss Vernona Jarbeau, who will
appear at the Ninth Street next week,
has had a varied and interesting
stage experience. She has been on
the stage alrriost since childhood.
Her first appearance was made at
tho age 6f 16, two months after graduating.
He first role was Hebe in
"Pinafore," with tho Duff Opera
Company, at the Standard Thoatre in
1879. Miss Jarbeau has played in all
branches of the theatrical business,
but has been principally known from
iiur uuuuuuuuii wiui comic opera.
She has been the prima donna of
ofD'Oyle Carte, DulFand Max Mar-
etzek opera companies. She played
Evangeline with Rico for two years
with groat success. From burlesque
to tragedy is quite a jump, but Miss
Jarbeau has accomplished it successfully.
She supported Mine. Modjeska
for six weeks at tho Fifth Avenue
Theatre in Now York. The season
after that she appeared with John
Stetson's great cast company. The
last two seasons before her starring
tour, sue was again prima donna 01
tho Duff Opera Company. A remarkable
fact about Jarbeau is that she
has never been identified with a fail
ure, and has always been connected
with tho most pronounced successes.
All her own costumes and nearly all
of tho company's were designed by
herself. Jarbeau is a typical French
woman, and a part of her great success
is probably owing to her vivacity
and chic, which have been inherited
from French parents. Kansas
City paper.
At tho Opera, House to-night.
Now Try This.
Itwillcost
do you good, if you have a Cough,
Oold, or any trouble with Throat,
Chest or Lungs. Dr King's Now Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or
money will be paid back. Sufferers
from La Grippe found it just the
thing and under its use had a speedy
and perfect recovery. Try a sample
bottle at our expense and learn for
yourself just how good a thing it is
Trial bottlesfreo atPmL. Carpenter
Drug Store. Largo size 60c. $1.00.
3
IV. L. Coppersmith makes a
specialty of fine work. Resetting
uiuiiiuiiuu, utu. vat ac. uiair street.
m
W. L. Coppersmith, the jeweler, is
tho leading repairer in tho city. 231
St. Clair street.
W. L. Coppersmith don't send
work to other cities, but does all
that is instrusted to him in his
building, 234 St. Clair streot.
Lnrcost circulation of an
world. Splendidly lllusi
man should bo without It.
WEST nOUND,
Huntington Lve.
Cuttlettsburg
Ashland ..."
Mt. Sterling Lve.
Winchester . "
Lexington . Arr.
Louisville Arr.
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Clothing, Clothing.
Boys' and Children's.
1 See the $1 Overcoats.
Sec the 5 Suits cut to $3.50.
See the 6.50 Suits cut to
See our 45c. Boys' Knee
.Pants.
See our $7 Cape All Wool
Overcoat go at $4.
F0RSALE.
Valuable Town Lots.
A VALUABLE PIECE OF GROUND SUITABLE
A for nice residences, situated on the bouth
side of Wupplng street In u good neighborhood,
fronting 176 feet on Wupplng street and extending
to the Kentucky river. Tho property is
offered at private sale, either us a whole or In lots
to suit purchasers. For terms apply to J. G.
Dudley at Branch Bank of Kentucky, or to Win.
uromweii.
Jan.
Sclontlfio American
Agenoy for
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A f t? Jl.0
DESIGN PATENTS
COPYRIGHTS, etc.
F w.'Rftj1?"0.11 nn(J reo Handbook write to
?IUNN & CO.. 3C1 BHOADWAT, NEW YOHIT.
Oldest bureau for securing patents In America.
ISrory patent taken out by us la broucbt boforo
the public by a notice given free of cbargo In tho
kkniiik Jttwfaw
.MAntlA. nnnni. In !.
lllustriumi. v intn&.?
weekly. ;j.ui a
fNS.?ixJBr?H!sA4lMtnN & co,
- w.uuu.to, uu, .muuuwuy, now xorje.
Newport Hews & Mississippi Valley Co.
Washington, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Now York,
Old -Point and the Sea-Shore
-AND ALL EASTERN CITIES.
IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15. 1891.
EAST BOUND
Lexington . Lve.
Winchester '
lit. Sterling
Ashland . .
Cnttlettsburg
Huntington
Washington '
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LIMITED VEST1BULED TRAINS run dally In
connection with Chesapeake & Ohlo'F. F. v.",
to New York.
FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dally and
make local stops between Lexington and Huntington.
HUNTINGTON
tlons run dally.
it MOREHEAD uccommoda
LEXINGTON & MOREHEAD & LEXINGTON
MT. STERLING accommodations run dally
THROUGH SLEEPING CARS to and from
nshlngton and New York without change.
C. L. Brown, G W. Baiiney,
Gen. Pass. Agent, O. A.. Lexington, Ky.
W, S. Hahiiibon.
G. A., Ashland. Ky.
a idul vsmi
Who has a National Reputation for the
Treatment of Chronic and Nervous
Diseases Treated over Ten 1
and Patients in the State of
Indiana Last Year.
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P. Walter, M. D.
The Celebrated Specialist, uud President of the
Southern Medical mid Surgical Institute,
Louisville, Ky.. who has created such a sensation
in ami uiound Louisville by curing diseases that
bulllod tho medical fraternity of that city, by
special request of many patrons m und around
our town, will visit Frankfort at the
Capital Hotel, January 29, 1892,
until 3 o'clock p. in.
One day only. Treats till Curable Medical and
Surgical Diseases, Cross Eyes straightened without
Pain, Cancers cured without knifo or Costlc.
Acute and Chronio Catarrh. Diseases of the Eye.
Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Brlght's
Disease, Dlabetls.Kldiioys, Liver, Bladder, Chronic
Femule and Sexu il Diseases.
EPILEPSY OR FITS CURED.
a positive odakantek.
Young and middle aged men sufTerinf fm.n
Spermatorrhea and Impotoncy, ns the result of
self-abuse in youtli or excess in mature years and
other causes, producing some of the following
effects, as emission s. blotches, debility, nervousness,
dizziness, confusion of ideas, nverslon to
bocieiy, ueiecuve memory ami sexual exhaustion,
which unlit the victim for business or marriago
are permanently cured by remedies not injurious
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
rarSynhllis and complications, as sore throat,
falling of hair, pain in tho bones, eruptions, etc.
are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or
omer injurious drugs. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, J
muviu.o ,m uil Ullliui J uim iviuuoy i TOUDieS
are speedily cured by treatment that has never
failed. He miderstakes no incurable cases, but
cures thousands given up todle. Remember tho
date and come early, as his rooms are always
crowded wherever he stops
CONSULTATION FREE.
Correspondence solicited and confidential.
Address THE SOUTHERN MED. & SUBG. INST..
610 6th St., Louisville, Ky, Oct.17.fr.
Shoes! Shoes!
See our Ladies' $1.10 Kid
Shoes.
. See our Children's School
Shoes 90c. to 1.10.
See our Ladies' Rubbers only
19c.
See our Men's and Boys' Lace
and Congress Shoes, $1. 10.
See the GREATEST SHOE
Stock in Frankfort go at a sacrifice.
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4th and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE.
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" Carlisle . , .
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TRAINS WEST.
Lv. Richmond via
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Shortest and quickest between
CINCINNATI m FRANKFORT.
Onlv direct Hue between
Frankfort, Georgetown and Fan's, Carlisle,
Haplle, Cynthiana, Fal-.
mouth and Covington.
ASK FOR TICKETS VU KY MIDLAND
TUIIS BU BT EEIT1IL SI1VIUI DHL
THIS TAB1IE MAY 17 18110.
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and 4 dally. Nos. 5 and 0 Sundays only.
HOWARD ORBISON, Agent.
inmMB5i0niDASRE8B' Oonn Superlntendentls
VERNON CLARK, General Passenger Agent.
CLAUDE BOWLS, ClttfTIcket Agent.
GENERAL OFFICES.: IFRANKKORT, KY.
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