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E0 A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED FRANKFORT KY TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance -- e XIV Citl- - assur ty be SB 1 f 1 SEPTEMBER 13 1890 Number it there is an immmortall- An Appeal ihe grave that there is a mg the people of God rowfl Louisville Ky July 8 1890 xfc rlday iffht our literary so- - and ti if yean go to her and en- - To the Officers and Members of the Y will organize of rest and bliss with pei manently and loy n f Grand Army of the Republic Depart Â¬ l an eternity of Heaven rood people of the city are in- - her ment of Kentucky u oud ap it promises to be very and i The Trustees of the Soldiers asting We The meeting will be d therefore command Home in Kentucky take this method i to order at 830 ning her loss to God and ol soliciting your oclock at the those terest in the hhn A M E Church the v His grace which is able establishing of a He in this State to bh em up and give them an for worthv and ne f soldiers and Jr Ed Oonley and George Wash inhe among those who are their families ton of Georgetown are in thel We feel that it is edlcss to urge Vthis week and will probably re- - sanr J member we shall conquer the necessities of in all winter Home of this i deat 3 raised to a resurrection In kind for our Kentu y soldiers tr KusseJl B Turner the head ofrij Death is a the almshouse of efferson county lions at last tor at the Capital Hotci sleep when the last trump shall alone there are t rty old soldiers ixington a flying visit last weekpaid souni e who are asleep in Jesus widows many shers in this city rstto meet the Lord in the and would fare bet it than they do Mr Jamea W Lane Bowman shall that not dead but sleepeth dame Col L T Clark and Edward air and would be ther were it not for r the terror of the n- mo PrrrVinnn v wvUU vy viBiteu ueorgetown Sunday In Jesus blessed sleep besides there a- more than three ida pleasant time was had The hlch none over wakes to weep i and undisturbed repose hundred old so11 rs and widows in os say they are for Georgetown en by the la t of foes auses in Kentucky the various Pc rSe Lexington fair will begin next Congress h gently appropriat- D In Jesusl oh how sweet itl4kesdayandcontinue four days or such u slumber meet ed Four Hun housand Dollars heeople of this city will be out in liolr confidence and Bine to be distrib long the various has lost Its venomed sting death freafr style at the fair as it prom diers and recom State Homes lea to be one of the most super- - r ate be encouraged mend that e oeetings they have ever hadf Important matter to establish is within her border T our people who desire to se adont Pension Bill Drudelsts everywhere report that The recent s our people in thie in caring for the will greatly as the safes of the Restorative Nervine u id merchani d 1 jss but this bounty u fact a nerve looa ana medicine are as needy and 1 sb or ir t meeting the necess- Â¬ g should tonishing exceeding anything they falls far sho r e price for ever hid while it gives universal sat ties of our attenu ities is not Twelve round tn 4 rs per month isfaction in headache nervousness -- port an old soldier or back1 sufficient sleeplessness sexual h There are ag eat ood shows ache poor memory debility manj flte dizziness his widov o Dollars is not suf-booked for our Co Troy N Y t managers ofthecity this winter The etc L Burton ficient to mamtain a chid for one Opera HouBeTiave in- - Ambery Murphy of Battle Creek month h y this is but a drop in ilfprmettthe writer that they are go Mich JO B Woodworth Co of the buck m ihg to offer some better advantages Fort Wayne Ind and hundreds ot nment has provided for The f jvft to our people If so there are a large others state s never i s that will tear them- our people who have any medicinethat they sold sohandled those a wmumbers of which rapidly selves f never attended may have the com- - or gave suoh satisfaction Trial bot their n efrom their families and State and go to the VJfJort that has been long looked for tles of phis great medicine and book Natio ome i but it is lett to the WaDd have better protection from the on Nervous Diseases free at J W charit people to provide for m rough element that have no regard Gayle who guarantees and recom Â¬ their v and children i for decency So let us see what the mends it S tees estimate that it will The tf proposed change to induce our peo- require Fifty Thousand Dollars to visit tne nan win oe to est i this Home and are on- Â¬ Fairview r a ty Teachers Institute will to believe the Government cour nviing at the school buildimr Mrs Fannie Shay and family of will no an appropriation to enable rry out our designs after it is veek Lexington are visiting relatives in us est hed The G A- R Posts are this section tfThe literary society will hold their to M E meeting at the l MOhurch nextthe St John Ameeting ofMiss Bertha Hedges was and guest calleyi upon to assist the raise this monty 50000 Posts will If I Miss Fannie Crutcher Friday The sister raise on an average of 300 per V the first of the week ill be called to order at 83b meyiber which can easily be done rs Alice Hearcy of Chicago is Miss Ella Botkins is quite ill of- thwTrustees feel confident of raising thf remainder among those that sym- Â¬ he city visiting her mother Mrs pneumonia pathize with the cause tneriue Thomas this week Little Harry Shay of Lexington iFJy order of the Finance Commit Miss Woodruff of Louisvile re- Â¬ who is visiting his grandfather Mr E H Hobson Anderson Powers has scarlet fever ined home Thursday President P Hampton Secretary meeting is being held jpiED Mr Isaac JToung was born in A protracted by ui irk county Ky January 1847 and at Hardinsville Revs Sampson and Sight is Priceless sd Sept 0 1890 He was a good Jordon iU ristian man and lived as such Rev GeoJDarsie will becin a serie Ir David Norton of St Paul J4wasa member of the Watkinsa of meetings at the Christian Ohurcl an states that his son was entire- iJIle Church also for fifteen years Und and had been kept in a dark member of the G A R Post He iardinsviiienextTiiursaay tne l8tn i an entire year and treated by Mr William Powers had a Horse leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss His funeral was trade with his brother James this tm est physicians of the city to no ose and all had given him up largely attended by friends and rela- Â¬ week the latter receiving 30 boot i g he would never be any better si tives Funeral by Elder Salle Sun- Â¬ Mr M B Dorton and family of v day they began using what has Sandrifle are visiting friends and p m to be the finest remedy in the rhe following preamble and reso- - relatives in this section w for the cure of Inflammation ion were passed by Douglas Camp ly Dr Hales Household Oint Mrs J L Hieatt who hasbeeti sfc m 3 K of F upon the death of the m It was applied directly to the for some time is convalescent int son of Jas W Woolfolk b ves which soon began to im- We have heard of the Rev Frank Jordon will preach at pK Whereas nd to day his sight is entirely thK of Weston Lee Woolfolk the the school house September 28 at and he is enjoying perfect resi intson of Jas W and Nannie D 3 oclock We want to see a large hea owing to the use of the most crowd out olfolk therefore wor ful remedy in the world -- Dr teaolved That we tender our most Household Ointment Sold by Mr William Hieatt while return Ha orofund feelings of sympathy in this irpenter South Side druggist church last night Pb iour of their sad affliction and as a ing from spring of his Sunday which broke a buggy nark of respect to the family disabled it very much i C aongf the Colored zens C F BROWER CD WALL PAPER -- OUR STOCK IS REPLETE WITH- - i - i NEW STYLES SPECIAL DESIGNS CHOICE PATTERNS and ARTISTIC EFFECTS We have a competent force of Hangers and Decora tors and guarantee the most artistic and satisfac- - 1 Â¬ Â¬ r i tory work Compare our lines and our work with nthars and convince vonrselves of the abo3- - 4 A 1 - - c Fe w 1 - Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies ra 4c J Cor Main Broadway - Lexington Ky -r MASTIH B EL O i i 1 Â¬ W Yesterday our school was on exam- Lr subject of this sketch was born ination The report will be in next Is Hatton Shelby county Ky issue absc st 1864 died at residence on neuri s street this city August 16th Nerve Pile- MEMORY OP JOSIE ROBINSON f Â¬ ales Household Oint ment Â¬ ious to her death she lay sick There is nothing like it It is the pnths constantly suffering of foundation of all action The man of Plaint ot wnicn at last sue Nerve is a success The man without it is a failure Many men and women an realize exactly her suf-- are overworked suffering with ner unuerstanu precisely her vous prostration and longing for kut experiencing it something to restore them again to undaunted trust in mm vigor and health There is one med- Â¬ nil things well she brave- - icine that will accomplish the desiied Iier pains and her sutler- - result Dr Hales Household Tea iiurmuring nor complain- - cure nervous prostration making the weak Btrong and gives nature a a faithful Christian jog by putting all the organs of the 7 unitea wicn tne regu system into a healthy condition It hurch at Hatton the is the flnBst remedy known Dr childhood some nine Hales Household Tea the great 1 from that time she Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic is tsistent Christian life sold at 25 ivnd 50c at Phil Carpenters king Christian For South Side drug store 2 die has been a mem m Benevolent Society For lame back side or chest use ty Many can look Shilohs Porous Plastor Price 25 deeds done by her cents For sale by J W Gayle 27 old will be mourned whom she has done -- nest cure in the world It y cures catarrh It cures Cures i and rheumatism magic Cures Salt Rheum in f st soothing manner Cures x and Granulated Eyelids Infli Cmv Joughs and Colds Can be Cuts bruises internally tak bui hilblains sores of long stand- ing rns and bunions are cured quic different from all else supe- 1 else it has no equal 25 and rior 50c Ui es larere size cneapest sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South Side os Js V V Jf FOR I Sr 1 yAlSENTS SLEI EPLESS NIGHTS made raiser- able b that terrible cougn anuons Cure il lithe Remedy for you For sale -- 7 by J Uuyle COLUMBUS BUGGY CO BUGGIES McCORMICB BINDERS -- nd MOWERS - 1 E3S ACME Keep coiituntly on lunula full FARMING IMPLEMENT iLNKFOUT tjgagsEVfegA KT 11 -- tof sia ai Vitali WII YOU SUFFER For sr Old ware by with dyspep Llver Complaint Shilohs is guaranteed to cure you ARNESb AND SADDLES J W Gayle 27 iBVATOE COAL CO i Suckleys iloned double thicked tin 35 rtNkjyt WdimgSSja U0iH relations in life sho a woman of exem- haracter courage- iviable reputation faithful trusting iful patient ana and neighborhe d admired being ind kind As a oh or a Christian lost full of faith ays showing her- love and good God who gave U UBDai M Her aouland PCJSb Powder Ap AliaOlJUTElSr PURE 111 S s p I ma not orrow e ana HID tor WO I T - 11 JP Jm ipriaolpalOfflcelindllSlevatortootlSteele Telephones Nof 2 and 86 jbbst cEi1BDEsbr iBranohOfflcecornor DEAL IN THE ljjl oq-A-j- J StlClalgjilWapplnglStreets BILEYHArjtD3fcinaKer VjV the fob printing business and wo arl JD I 12 13 ginu 10 say is prospering At tho residence ot lier sister Sirs MJ Will mVTlou to stoii In tills county on Momlnr September H Mrs Dr Duvall left Tlmrsdn WV -fviBitinjf iriemis in tins city morning for Louisville returnhnr th 181H Mm Lucy A Davis lined 42 years n At tho rcsldpiico of lier father Mr Frank JMiss Bray MihvnrdoftLdxingt on is same evening accompanied by hor per hi Lexington on Tuesday September Dt iMisses Joe rtncl iUn uaugniers visiting MissMufgpgLowis lHHI Miss MvMlK 1lAllinR after siiirt lllnosJ orowii wno bright She wis Mrs David Berginf of Cincinnati Bardstown andnave oeen visiting m and ii greatii favorite and Interesting young ladV Louisville aiiioin her neiiualntaiiees She Mas a cousin of Messrs Will ana lies Con is visiting relatives in tins city Miss Katie Sower In nor of this city Judge L Hordniid wife are visit Â¬ diana who has been of Brazil rela visiting ing their sons ill Aurora Illinois tives here loft for home Tuesday Miss Adelaide Sehroeder spent morning accompanied by hor cous Old Records in Miss Mamie Sower of this city Saturday and Sunday in Louisville At the request of Mr Richard Mr Richard Morris returned Sat Mr Paul Sawyier left for Cincin nati this week to complete his art urday afternoon from a six weeks Morris we publish tho following score trip through the North west accom Â¬ of a game of baseball played in 1807 studies panied by his daughters Misses Su- Â¬ Mr J Cromwell of the Louis- Â¬ sie and Mamie who met him in Chi- Â¬ between the Capital and Yeoman ville Commercial has been in the city cago clubs It will stir old remembrances this week in the minds of many of our staid and Miss Frances Wallace who Miss Mary Campbell Sawyier has been spending the summer with has sober citizens and remind many of her returned home from a visit to friends cousins Misses Fannie and Bessie our subscribers who now reside in in Louisville Lewis of Woodlake left Monday different climes of the old days in Mr J II Bayer and wife of Padu morning for her home in Kansas their childhoods homo cah are visiting the family of Mr V City Mo Here is the score A Kaltenbrun Messrs Pat McDonald of the Aro CAPITA O YrMAN u Mrs Wm Cady and son Willie gus Wm Cromwell of the Kentucky Allen 2 left Sunday afternoon for Versailles Law Reporter and Geo A Lewis of H T Moore 2 pb 42 B Jno Hodman aphO 8i L Hughes the Roundabout accompanied by L W Hodman c 2 i Win Llndseys s fi 8 to visit friends loe Mrs McDonald uid Miss Jennie Mc Tno L Sneed t4 Starling c f 1 Spencer Cooper Esq editor of the Donald left Wednesday afternoon for W GLobbnnls c s4 S L eo Cruddoek 2 b 3 8 1 W 8 u xiiusituiiiiuill Hazel Green Herald was in the city the Press Association excursion to 4 lruettlr 8 i it ussen sneeu c 12 8 M Averlll lb Monday and Tuesday Middl esborough 1 C Russell r F V Gray r f 5 K W Watson 8 b 4 Clay llatchlttl b 5 Mr Hord Brown is visiting his uncles Messrs Upshaw and Sandy 27 44 Total Total 27 35 Excursion noru m Aurora Illinois Vly Catches Yeoman 11 Capital 9 Home Huns Ycomun 40apltal 0 Ensign Hugh Rodman U S N The last excursion of the season Wild Throws Yeoman L Capital 1 Yeoman 2 and wife of Washington City are will leave this city next Sunday 2 the Catches Missed L Hryunt ofCapitalPythian B Umpire James the visiting relatives in this city B C K M I 21st hist for Louisville under the Scorers B V Meek of tlfe Canltiil and w w Mr A M Fisher representing auspices of the Main Street Base Ball Bacon of the Yeoman Jo ot Dayton Mescrs it uuiespie Club There will be a game of base Time of Game 2 hours andi45 mlnules Ohio was in the city Thursday INNINns 1 2 3 vi G 0 Mr Sherley B Wintersmith left ball in that city on that day beween- Capital 2 35 137H42 121 the coming champions of the Ameri- Yeoman this morning for an extended visit to 1 6 3 4 0 44 can Association and the Athletics of Louisville and Elizabethtown Mr John R Shaw is quite ill at Philadelphia Fat on tne Brakes the residence of his Dr If you find you are going down bill in point ot health Falling strength impaired diges- Â¬ Geo 31 itddish in Somerset Gloomy Weather tion and assimilation are the marks of decline Mrs Dr T P Green and little son Check these and indications of premaof Little Rock Ark are visiting This week has been remarkable for ture decay with othergrand vitailzer aud re v the Mrs A J Kcidall on Broadway its gloomy weather the sun scarcely straining tonic Hostetters Stomach Bitten Mr Drake Railey who has been having shown its face during the Beginning at the fountain bead the stomach the Bitten remedies its Inefficiency corrects lending the summer in Versailles whole week The Signal Service re- Its errors and sets It vigorously at work The i turned to the city Saturday last digestive Is thus enabled to thoroughly ports the first snow of the season at separate organ tho food its nutritive princi- Â¬ from Mr W J Shaw of the Cincinnati Fort Assiniboine Montana Thurs Â¬ ples which the brood assimilating Is enriched Thus Post was in the city Friday and day There is a good sized cold wave ished Is the system nourished and being nour Â¬ strengthened and abnormal waste of micie tne nouNDABOut a pleasant call brewing in the north west Us tissues stayed Appetite the power to rest that is said well a regular habit are also re established Misses Ruth and Ethel Mastin of to be moving in this direction and and the various functions move onco more in groove The Bitnatural and woouioru county spent several days our farmers would do well to look their moreover is healthful for and preventiveÂ¬ ters a specific with MrSjEugene Williams this week out for a slight nip from Jack Frost ui luuiariai cuinpiaims rneumaium D1UOM wesa una juuney trouoiei Me L and W H Waggener I 1 from a sojourn of sev have Tobacco srrowers go to R t Atlantic City New OlureB and get you a suitK Mc eral 15 pieces of all wool dress odd 8 54 of oil Jerse wide yari water proof slickers to ont yjur inches sold forat 60c per 75c i faever before less than 1Tio ifln Moore who has been tobacco in 1 1 Weitzel 0D6nne JU TBl lvisitin nrctwuiH in this city returnedLouisville Monday afiu iiur 11 M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Personal Wnltin nlllf rf WUSYIIU VUVUVJU Tnxioitlln I iqvin fill ilflAXNNLXSAvSwyoi oCOvNfCQsSJQ for Infchts and Caatorlaiseo well adapted to ch rcnthat I recommend it as superior to ny pi criptloa known to me IT A Children Oorrtlo CMtorU cures Colic Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Without injurious medication t i Ancnxs 11 Ill So Oxford St Brookly H Y The use of Castoria1 Is BOitnNrsal and Its merits so well known that it ueois a work Ftr aretbo of supererogation to endorse intelligent families who do not koctf Castoria it sSISiisafisasttSxa results rocommende within easy reach1 CARLOS MlRTTK J Late Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformat Church T K New IDjCity m wihmn Edwin F Pahdm m v 125th Street ana an ayo New York Cityl CKKTACR Cootahv 77 MuniUY Street New York 1 G I I 1 f BIC ALL SIZES G STYLES FOR PRICES E0PLE OF ANY AGE OR SEX son-in-la- w Â¬ Â¬ DBDTCHEBBOBEBTS Coventry 9 cTccaDSi mnJjM Agents 2174 St Clair St FRANKFOJiT KY AGON IROQUOIS j Correspondence for the 4 Celebrated rivals par- Solicited c HIS - ROOMS Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROU1 CENTRAL ALLKKNTUCKY TO POINTS NUHiii Crowded and Everyb ily Ssitisflcd and Miuiy 1 Praising Him Wl fS5 tnui wtbi AND anu FAST LINE BETWEEN mmm 1830 LEXINGTON CINCINNATI l ternoon The Concerts SJJUDULE IN EFFECT MAY11T1I South Bound No a Ex Sun No 4 Daily No 6 Ex Sun Knott of Louisville visiting Mrs A H Mc- - The Heine Concert Company gave Hosiery in ladidi misses and c lil- two concerts in this city on Wednes- - iren s irom ioc up iwery pair wlrjOlure returned home Thursday rented or money refunded day and Thursday and while not morning 1 WditzelODonnell L W E Baxter left Monday after- - largely attended they were extreme- Â¬ Dr noon for Kansas City and the North ly enjoyable Mr Heines control of west He will be absent until Sep- the violin is wonderful and must be f tember 22 heard to be appreciated Mrs Heine Miss Maude Wilson returned Thurs on the piano was not far behind him l day from a trip to Aberdeen Ohio 6 New York City Asbury Park and in skill Miss Heine the daughter also sang and played the violin It Washington Misaes Aline Woodson Annie Abra was not to the credit of Frankfort ham and Adele Gaines leit this week that the Baptist Chapel was not full Perfectly Well for Nicholasville to attend Jessamine to overflowing for a concert so ex- Â¬ Fillmore Dubuquo Co Ia Sept 1689 Female Institute cellent is very seldom heard outside Miss K Finnlgan writes My mother and Blster used Pastor Koenlgs Nervoionlo for neurallgla JmIss Mary Pullen of Shelby county of the large cities They nro both perfectly well now and never t red ipent several days in this city the pralsinc tho Tonic irst of the week visiting the family Our Pamphlet or sufferers of norvouri d to any Miss Wallie Lwho has been Â¬ Fast Black KljJk Lve Cincinnati Lveovnigton Falmoutli J 44am fk iqmii ana 10 37am Q0 00pm Lyn 11 10am 1U 11111 Arr Paris Lexington moupm iu tijpm 11 20am Lve liris 8 10am 8 lSdiu 8 00pm 8 OUnin 2 35pm 2 45pm l9 800a Arr Winchester Richmond Lancaster kkkkkkkH tsskkkkkkH kkHBkVkkr nHKkv 152051111 1 U5um 4 051111 4U8pm 1000am 5 07Din 10 40am D40pm li ioa 6 30pm 1200 ih 5 45pm 620pm 7 30pm 818am fBBr ilkkkkpSSzii Stanford Lve Richmond 5 30pm 1 551111 ArrBerea Livinuston 3 05IU11 5 20m tmm W Louisville mzm MwliiMiS-i-1- mm S- - North Hound -- 7udge W L Jett Miss Loulie Daniel who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home at Bardstown Junction Fuesd iy afternoon Mrs James May field of Versailles and Mrs Lon Bohannan of Midway who have bean visiting Mrs Will Wright left Monday Mrs Gaston M Alves and little daughter of Henderson who have been visiting relatives here left Saturday afternoon for home Mr Hugh Mulholland Post master at Paducah wasin the city the first of tho week visiting his father-in-laMr James M Withrow Mr W T Reading left Tuesday for a trip through the North West and will spend several weeks at Col- orado Springs while absent Miss Emma Graham of Sailor Spring 111 left Monday after a few days visit to her sisters M 3 Adam Stephens and Miss Lrlu Graham Misses Fannie TIerndon and Nina JVIcfiaodwin of Louisville who have Â¬ w Course of Study plete The following course of study has been adopted by the public school for the new Higher Department which it tlikes three years to com- Â¬ FIRST YEAR CLASS 10 MONTHS address l and eeases will bo sent free poorpatients can also obtain this zncdiicine us j free of charge from prepared by tho ReveAreni This remedy has been Pastor Kcenig of Fort Wayne Ind for thtfl past ten years and is now prepared under his ilirec 6 tiou by the Aiai vwhH No 13 No 3 Accom No No 1 Sundii Dally only Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Lex Cli 8 10am Lve Livingston KOENIO MEDICINE CO cor Clinton Ct D REA M D i llerea 1025am Arr Richmond 11 45am Lve Stanford 7 00am Lancaster 7 45am d Arr Kichinond 10 Ofiam Arr Winchester 1 54 pm 233pm Paris Lve Lexington Paris Falmouth Lve Richmond- 1 IP X E0 Wtit Midison CHICAGO ILL Price 1 per Bottle SOLD BY DRUGGISTS Alegra I J W GAYLE C Bottlea lor f 5 And In charge of tho- - Electrical and Surgical Druggist Frankfort Ky nepiirtnifiiu of tne Coffee Medical Institute SURGEON AND SPECIALIST 05pm Kyat the Cynthiana GeneraJ History Rhetori Elements of Composi- Â¬ tion and Rhetoric Physiology Latin- - AITTEHll CHICIfN CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT 1 M SATURDAY SEPT 27 Day fi0pm Arr Covins ton f GS8pm Arr Cincinnati 5 45pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Hound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lye Lexington Lve Pari Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr lolinson NoT9 Daily Ex Sun 2 00pm 2 45pm 3 15pm 4 0pm X5pm main lCam 48am 7 00am 8 63am 823am S lSam lOSSinn 10 45am G 7 7 4 21pm 4 44pm G2Gpm 845pm Latin Grammar Composition Geomojry Music JUMOR CLASS 10 MONTHS Cholera Cure OrmM ft Algebra rifKfed home Saturday afternoon noH Uter Weedie Williamson who keen visiting his grandfather Mr MBA ison wuiiamson returneu to uis in uoone county Wednesday Mary Bohon of Harrodsburg JMfft en visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson st week and leaves to dav for fflvisiting friends in this city re Geomjtry Latini Engliai Literature Chem stry Physial Geography Returnlm everr month Uurlni the rear Dr Ht a lias been connected with the largest hospitals in the country and has no superior In diagnosing and treating diseases and deformi Â¬ ties He wilt give 50 for any case that he cai not tell thH dlseabo and where located In live He will return to Frankfort every minute four weeks this year Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Dis- Â¬ Chronic Catnrrh eases Acute Diseases of the Eye Ear Nose Throat aud Lungs Dyspepsia Brlghts Disease Dia Â¬ betes Kidneys Liver Bladder Chronic Female and Sex Â¬ ual Diseases r 7 7 H 00nl 53 ufl 10pV 4Sclf fjfc iA Arr Iysville 8 9 34 10 15 W Soitth Boiind Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville Carlisle Dan ExK 5 7 Epilepsy or Fits Glared Suffering Johnson Camrsition Musi SJINIOIt CLASS 10 MONTHS Millersburg ih IIPaGltivd G vuararvtee Arr Paris Young ana Middle Aged Men Arr Lexington Arr Covington from Spermatorrhea and Impoteiicy as the result of self abuse In youth or excess In maturer years aud other causes producing some of the following ellects as emissions blotches debility nervousness dizziness contusion of Ideas aversion to society defective memory and sexual exhaustion which unlit the victim for business or marriage are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious 5W fi JS Jf Latii Geonetry En JiBh Synonyms Hi8ry General Mestal Philosophy Composition Miiio m rintendenb JW - hati to attend the ConservaMusic Martin i - Phyics Amrican Literature of the Frankfort Company has arrived in the nd assumed charge of the shops 41 uompany ywn VGeonre -F Baebv ir hasreturn- iva m vi ykp West Virgima to spend a 4 3rs witn nis parents ooiore J Gannon tho now il k T tfeYiUllUilJ t JJtJlBUU Wt If ln vjinciunaii J11H IIIOUI- - mmt loaces a iormer t ransiorc punty boy but now of Se- Hi rl and bride are visitinc Drehs Goods this oity and counfcv Fo the best and cheapest line of earned the printing airt WBE iiere ana since going dress goods andtrimmings call on iefitabliBhed himself in 1 YUl IZtllj Ci UJJONNBLL m M JCMB Fiflik Heeney will on next Tiiea- dayf pen one of the prettiest lines of DreM Goods and Trimmings Table Liniils and Towols ever seen in Notice Thousands of dollars worLth o chickens die every year from Jbhol era It is more fatal to chicken than all other diseases combined Iriit the discovery of a remedy that joutivl cures it has been made and to lie convinced of its efficacy only reqiliires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enoulgh for one hundred chickens It iilguar anteed If after UBing two thMrls of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for ClMicken Cholera return it to the underpigned and your money will be refundled For Sale by Â¬ BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES as sore throat fall Syphilis and complications iiiLo hair naln In the bones eruntlous etc ure nerfectlv eradicated without using mercury or other Injurious drugs Gonorrhoea fleet Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney Troubles ure speedily cured by treat- ment that has never failed Hn undertakes no Incurable oases butcures thousands given up to die use samo depot t niitl No 43 Leaves Lexington f Paris 1045 a m Except Suf No b Leaves Cincinnati Falmouth 710 p m Except Trains Nos 7 and 8 of i now leave Accommoilatlon Fourth street depot Cine and Smith streets Begin l and u tno Lexington Ace TBAIN NOTES No 3 Arr Cincinnati if Nos 13 and 14 Run SiiihIiiI nil stops No 1 Buns dally from IfS iff is iW H Lexington and Clncliini betewen Cincinnati Nos 2 and 0 make con 19FJ0iJ8 PJL10 IMPORTANT Tralns o ancrdepart from the Ce Station Cluclunu1 tlon tor all Eust nr Remember the date and como early as his Through Tickets sold rooms lire always crowded wherever he stops any point reached by n For full particulars qiNSULTATIQN FREE ngent df the company Correspjn Hnca solicited and conlldentlal Ad W LMUNSON Trav Passr Agt drss Cincinnati 0 DEIIUNTINUTON Coffee Remember the Date Medical i i CARPFJfER junoawy Institute I V2lA SOUTH SIDE DRUGGItffc IFTHSTSEBr bAmnTTlT tTtt KY uioyiuna i i Chamber f Common N0TH4We riowlw vice on Siiidays bot ana Lexinnon GENER m kJakmuXLJJ- - MkLA jCm r ffren Cry for I Pitchers Castoria I A 1 I Mi For Rent Rly whnrf on tho north side of the tuitiioky River in Frankfort Moor- irontnge extends lrom High ot to ne cemetery line Apply to IHm John 13 Lindsky widk pieces of velvet nnd silk ribbons and colors at low prices WEITZEL iM UJJONNELL Rugs of beautiful rugs in Smyrna Mosuto also a handsome line lurtains in lace and silk WEITZEL i w lino cilrsions to tho We and fflm wcHt oil Seutoniber 8th nd fiwIBBu and 23d October 13th an 1 14th at one faro ior uio rounu trip jrno territory to which tickets may bo bought com- Â¬ prises South wcsteih Missouri Kan Â¬ sas Nebraska Noith western Iowa Minnesota Arkansas Indian Terri- Â¬ tory Texas Now Mexico Colorado Wyoming and tho now States North and South Dakota The Air Line is the Short Lino makes the best time has tho finest cars and i8 the only line running Vestibuled Trains with Parlor and Dining Car on day trains and Pullman Palace Sleepers on night trains If you are coimr dont fail to writo to S Dont forget thai tho Tvmfl an reuabloAir lilno wi run Hfimsb Ex-- The Best oi tlie Season R K McCLURE MesMffsssssssssssslflssMisssssssssssssV Is receiving daily his Fall Stock of a 3 rj NEuaBJMfcMsBsMssslr jUuIu uflUJju IlAIu lM i ODONNELL Notice r Traveling Vanscnger Agent E Corner Third and Main streets Louisville Ky B L Bhyant o j Mm 0 1 rs woouiora county epared to sink wp of 10 lar I one in need of water will do call upon Poynter Darnell Darbys Prophylactic Use it in every sick room Will keep the atmosphere pure and removing all bad odors fro Wii oroj i infection lrom all i j j rney the new styles in dress ouukles from up WEITZEL ODONNELL ase Gurms vers md all contagious diseases IIR VERY BEST PEO Â¬ The eminent physician t Mari-IÂ¬ on Sims of New York siys PLE Darbys ijnOi in our statement when we say am convinced that Prof r Ackers English Remedy is Prophylactic Fluid is a mo st valu ry way superior to any and all able disinfectant 21 preparations ior cue xnroat ngs in Whooping Uough and Head stones of Italian marble from joup it is magio and relieves at Icef We offer you a sample bottle 500 up at J E Glenns J38 Ann 39 3m fee Remember this Remedy is sold street a a positive guarantee 9 J7 W Gayle Druggist Patronize home industries and buy Miles Sons flour 14 200 pieces of new style dress ging amtx from 8c up WEITZEL ODONNELL Patronize home industry and save agents commission by getting your Pacco growers go to R K Me marble and granite work from J E 39 3m re and get you a suit of oil Glenn 238 Ann street proof slickers to cut your 1 so in -- Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is plenfciint and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly 011 tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only front the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to nil and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for Bale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist win may not have it on hand will pre cure it promptly for any one whf wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ ONE ENJOYS We have a large stock of the very best goods and having bought before the big advance in the present give leather can our friends goods at the 61d prices Our ir A BUELL BOOTS 9 Are the only real water proof boots Our SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE KY CAL NEW Y0HKt NY on 7 Morphine Chlotul habits Home treatment painless and cures perfect Address Specific Remedy Co Lafayette Ind auglC Sm RAILROAD BOX Are extra BOOTS ren Cry for Pitchers Castoria Jtory HOUSE AFDLOT POR SAXjjE LEAVE KRANK HAVING 1 CONCLU11KD TO house and lot on offer for sale my Thorn Hill lot 200 by 276 and house containing Kevtm rooms and tvo lure halls at a bargain Also one horse pheaton and a line Jersej1 cow Sept 0 2t It W sSlITH sssssssssPPlsllUPtPVtlisssssI SBBBBBBMjfl sssssssKBTSiilssissssssssssssH HUflssHnSjSsPnnlfl kSsBBsilBBT2eCjalVSBBB Our sssHrfJR9KsssssissssssssH f Arcuilyi very sweet young lady one of tho kind of young o ies lom all tho old ladies say are She taught a Sun- uch ii od girls school class of assorted kids from 12 in a well known church and own nieeKiiess anu gootmess so ced upon their natural depravity they lost all desiro to throw putty and play marbles tor keeps anu iumW5 and tease tho girls Teacher chnuren and children iov ier And somewhere or othe iti her got lacquainted with a oung i and tfiiiifr v i like a oi story 515 xK Tho young lady n ca very 3ry happy and was ery very busy no wouldnt attend all the charities jeSj and had to resign tho fourth vice esidency of the Dorcas Society vfor aking Neckties for the IJeathen Aud one Sunday she told her class ith tears unci smiles and blushes do- Â¬ ubtfully mixed up and tumbling er each other that she would have leavo them for a few weeks but lat she hlul prepared a little surprise v them und that they were all to mo to her house on Wednesday at 1 clock They all came and she gave lem cake und candy and lemonade ctra sweet After a while the minis r came in and he rubbed his hands And then nd looked very umiling o doorbell rang and tho young lady tfluthe door and ran some one o back parlor and pulled tho res to so ouick no one could see 1hon she put her head in and told bildren to bo very quiet aud set still iis the surmise was all readv u tho portieres were thrown back there stood teacher all dressed in lite aud the good young man had rid of one hand and the minister ood just beyond them and he up and inai goou young man aim iarn Then teacher 10 i tho spot and every scholar and us i -- he ssssMsatv Ba3aLglissssssss1 HHBn fiaBufrvflWtBssssssB BBBBBBBBBmSSflUIuuluUauiS9aBBBBBBBl 1 250 Is Ave BOOT FRANKFORT MOTlC s CEMETERY nY rTO CO - trustees Sept G lm ocober mck a n ikrort ior the hii Ky urs of 10 THE LOT be held nt the and BBBBBBBBBBBBfrVMfi SBBBBBBBBBBBl3Ff Frl- 1 VfiJri JiJffl AtLI UBBBBBM M think best for the Liiney iu the country I Ifll Si 1 i ll XaBBBBBBBBBBBB electlnR seven SVMUEL President FARM FOR I OR SALE 2H 1 R K McCLURE DR ELLIOTTS TAININO APUT mlIiniIEANEY FAltii a few hi 1 144 acres sltuatml 1 Kentucl yaulsof iiiniiilt rtitloii ianilIlillroil about twt at of fori and the Sliuconvcjuu u 11 MastI year bef it J eiieanuj Is for rent for the March lit lbJl or will bo oll on llberil ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE Medicated Food A For particulars apply to C LeOompte Gayle Co Sept tf FKA OII1NN Suro Curo for all Diseases in Frankfo 6 TO MACKINZ J Summer Tours Low R Palace Steamers -- Four Trips DETROIT MACKINAC ISLA O Petokey Sault 8t Marie and Lav Huron Way Porta Kvary Weelc Day Between pr Week Between DETROIT AND CLEVEI 6pdll Suudiy Trip durlog June Jul Angsst Double Daily Line Between CHICAGO AND ST JOSEPH OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPr Bates and Excursion TiokeU will be fur by your Tioket Agent or address E B 1 ix Rl ro a lovely surprise now you omo rice at us as wo riue WHITCOMB Q P A Detroit dnd Cleveland Steam Detroit M No iin mbbv trot into a coach Iverc driven oil in u perfect hail- st wiuy oi rule ium uns u Wasllington Post arm i fjt i The qaMk LBOISflLLE n4 Ureci rout fn IBK1ISAS urers make t what thev r Iws ana be u who has w But a Sch a fact las told a uxo ictioo is very fd that th 1 stuffing iHiies of dirty Kilo so call uier pillow Jud beds i4c j ositivo evj i such ar Mil in mo I found to been cuto Hack serg ipa of d Jeeves iitly parts of Komo Axntnin fontlinfa ntul urnfdo The kind that are max for sale usually do co proper to be Kere anc - fnathei holsters and fcathe Dtuiirir In the Illlow peoplfc suppose that feather Tl ifi -- m IE ml One hundred and Ofty BUlee 38 in SHORTEST TO LITTLE Ana the Mly imU uui i Without Change of gars It Toil ATM iratnir tn mnlirrur tiS i i Sherman Dallas Fort Vfortb Auetin Houstin S This li the I CHEAPEST AND 1JKSTJWTK or- - aid sailed 1 ana auco Of course tresses old raurs anc her fllthv Noobn of c M0HTQ0ME3Y M0B1 WlPHIE iktaeses safe way tx o wn faatbtls and stuff or tmkB yoTt yoursf L th ch things r fry B 1 4ID NW 0B rV rnrUOOd fttfiaK ltertuttnu nd lr PATIrHOf LOUISTIL TDOKT THE undersigned Joseph LeCompte aiil J W do hereby associate tliemseltes to Kether and become Incorporated under these articles of Incorporation 1 The name of the corporation shall be The LeCompte A Gale Company and under said name said corporation slinll sue and be Mivd contract aud be contracted with and shall ac Â¬ quire and hold property Said corporation may have and use a common seal ami muy alter name at pleasure 2 Said corporation shall have power to buy and Improve and sell real estate situated In the city oi Frankfort Ky such as they the mem Â¬ bers of the corporation may consider necessary or proper for tho transaction of a Ilrst class driiK business or for tho protection or enhance Â¬ ment of said business Said corporation shall have power to conduct u wholesale nnd retail druK business 5 The principal place of transacting the busi ness of said corporation shall be In tho city of Frankfort Ky 4 The capital stock of said corporation shall not exceed twtnty IHo tliouaiid 3 dollars and same shall bo divided Into shares or SIO Said capital stock shall be Issued aud paid eacl In paid lor at times and upon such terms us the board ot directors may from time to time deter- Â¬ mine The certlllc tts of stock shall be signed by the president and countersigned by the sec Â¬ retary 0 The private property of stockholders shall bo exempt from tho corporate debts 6 The said corporation shall not at any one time subject Itself to a greater amount of In debtedness or liability than an amount equal to one half of the paid up capital stock 7 The ofllcers of the corporation shall be a board of directors ulio shall have the control and management of its a Hairs There shall also be a president and secretary und also If desired by tho board or directors such other otllcers us may from time to time be constituted by the by laws and appointed In conformity therewith Joseph Letompto shall be president and J W Onjle shall bo secretary of said corporation und shall hold their olllces until their successors be chosen as hereinafter provided On the M lion day In January 1891 and on the 3d Monday lu Junuiuyof each succeeding year thereafter the stockholders shall meet and elect from their number a board of directors who shall hold their olllces until their successors be chosen The board of directors so chosen shall on the same day elect tho president and secretary of the corporation and such other ofllcers us may have been constituted us hereinbefore provided The president secretary and said other olllcers shall be removable at the pleasure ot the board of directors If for any reasou theunnual meeting of the stockholders be not held at the time here Â¬ in provided It shall be held on u day as soon thereafter as practicable und due notice of the time nnd place of such meeting shall be given to each stockholder In tho event ot the death or resignation of any ono of the directors the re Â¬ mainder ot the board shall act as tne entire board of directors In meetings of the stock Â¬ holders each share ot stock shall entitle the holder to one vote und a majority lu Interest shall constitute u quorum for tho truisiitlou ot business und tn meetings of the board of direc- Â¬ tors u majority hi number shall constitute a quorum for transaction ot business tl The corporation shall commence business as soon us 10000 stock shall be subscribed for No stock shall bo Issued until pi Id lor lu full In cash 0 The president and secretary elected by th board of directors shall be elected from thel number but other ofllcers constituted by the by1 laws should there lie such other ofllcers muy t may not be directors or stockholders this 27th ii- Witness our Â¬ H Â¬ Cattle Sheep and Hogs Arising from Impurities of tho Blood and from Functional Derangements A DEAD SHOT OK WORMS AND A CERTAIN PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA i JFOJEZ W Chapman Muy Ciii S-A-ZE-ilE ZB3T 0 R Crutclier Frankfort Druggist AB Florian Woodlake t L A Owen Jett m n JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building OUST ZMT-A-IlSr 4 Wo 3 01 short time MD -- STI3EET TO 102 INN STR EE1 nBasement of the Capital Hatelt will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a if m M BThcy C -- E COLLINS DKALXBS IN BRO Shot and Shells Ani Agwto for wmmyar prv j Laflin 1 Hand PI0K8 -- 5KW4y0Ui 1890 hds MB MUSTKB CBMENT GLAHS OILS LEAD AMD MTJEXD FAWX0 Uf N AT II BXSlUj UttUW IJAHS Vtt PUUVJLU T OJrH1fMtAND - kii Aug SOU sheots which are FMNKFOfiT ROUNDABOUT stock of celluloid to all these also in In addition a com plete stock of white goods of all Entered at the post offloe at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter kinds are on hand nnd it will do the hearts of the ladies good to drop in flEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher and see them FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 10 1890 ftlEMfrKIAL SERVICES J r j1 7f i m Â¬ In Ho lor of a Noble Chris tian Woman IsswawBojr RADAMS Constitution Makers The Constitutional Convention met this city at noon on Monday and was called to order by Gov Buckner when Hon George Washington of Covington was made temporary chairman and lion Thos S Pettit of Daviess wa3 made temporary sec retary and Geo W Castle of Law Â¬ rence county appointed temporary sergeant-at-arm- s liy resolution Rev Dr J M Lewis of Georgetown was invited to open the Convention with prayer and offered an eloquent ad dress to the Throne of Grace Then followed quite a discussion as to the manner of taking the oath of office which was finally settled that mem- Â¬ bers must take the same oath pre- Â¬ scribed for members of the Legislature and Chief Justice Holt of the Court of Appeals was by resolution invited to administer that oath The question was then raised as to the right of Hon John W Lewis who holds the certificate of election from Washington county to take his seat his right to the position being con- Â¬ tested by Hon W C McOhord After a great deal of time was wasted in distussioii it was decided that he had a right t be sworn in and all the members then came forward in par- Â¬ ties of itn and had the oath of office administered to them by Chief Justice Holt after which the Convention in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r it- - On tin Sunday morning after the death o Mrs Kate R Venable in Another New House KILLER this city the recular services at the TSTL- mi V Presbyt nan Church in Denison Mr John W Gult has begun the erection of another two story frame Texas of which she was a member The Greatest Discovery of the Ape residence on his lot on Cross street were di pensed with and a memorial adjoining the house occupied by Mr service in her honor wns hold at OLD IN THEORY BUT THE REMEDY RECENTLY wnicn an elegant eulogy was pro- W G Goodwin DISOOVDRED nounced and the following resolution New Prison Physician which had previously been adopted Cures by the session was unanimously Dr S E James who has been phy Â¬ adopted by the congregation CATARRH sician at the Kentucky Penitentiary CONSUMPTION At a meeting of Session of for several years was removed by church held Sabbath morning this ASTHMA HAY FEVER BRON Au the Board of Sinking Fund Commis Â¬ gust 3d the following resolutions CHITIS RHEUMATISM DYS sioners and Dr Hugh L Tobin the were adopted and ordered spread upon the minutes PEPSIA CANCER SCROFULA assistant physician appointed in his Whereas it has pleased our Grac DIABETES BRIG HTS place on Tuesday last DIS ious Heavenly Father to remove from amdhg us our beloved sister in the EASE MALARIAL FEVER Lord Mrs KateR Venable Broke a Rib licsolvcd In the cleatli ol Mrs Ven- - DIPTHERIA and CHILLS Mr James Heeney was getting out aoIe we as a cmtrch have sustained In short all forms of Organic and Functional able she Disease of a bath tub at his residence V corner los vhioh 1seems The having for so long a time been so ac many Cures eltected lr -this Medicine are in of Second and Shelby streets Sunday tivo j cases 0 christian work Instant in morning when his loot slipped and season out of season Rejoicing lira fal SM oivii ui li r il uitriiiviwu wtwi uuis oiMa r4 liii liiu KtmnU - in hnne tfntipnt in tribulation convy her Sold only In lugs containing Ono Gallon n Me 11U11L 111C OWlII Una UllUinff instant in prayer lMfr II vih rn 1111 virrhf cwlo 111 J Ull lliin walk and conversation PRICE THREKDOLLARS a small Investment caused him so much jjain that he has consistentlife was a living epistle a when Health and Life can be obtained her daily slept but little at night since worthy example to follow Hislorjr of the Microbe Killer Free Resolved We bear cheerful testi- Â¬ mony to her yeal and activity in all onbe Tracking CALL OX OH ADDRES church work always prompt attend- Â¬ ance on nil services No sacrifice N is rapidly completing The L J W GAYLE gre t if its double track from Louisville to seem too promotedthe Masters cause could be LaGrange The track is being bal- Â¬ Resolved We extend our sympa Â¬ Ky lasted with stone nnd will be as fine thies to the daughter and brother in Sole Agent for Franklin county a piece of roadbed as there is in the this their hour of affliction commend so of our whole system The business between to them the words adoptedSaviour de- Â¬ Beware of Imitations Look out often quoted and by our or our Trade Mark sepl4 ly Louisville and the junction of the parted sister Not my will but Lexington and Cincinnati branches thine has become such as to necessitate the Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent her daughter Mrs J double track L Duncan and her brother W T Reading Near JJDC-HX- imx nam WM CROMWELI ATTORN EY-AT-- Li Aim RBAL BSTATJB AGBNJ PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Franklin and tho adtnlnlner iyninMB trill alio give sdacIM attention to the purehl and sale of real estate collection of nta elalil and the legotlstlon of loans Office oppos WILL VT i r uvut uvun jnnav 7 FOR SALE hltiKon the rher it miles below Yt foitcoiitiilnlm 21 lucres lid of It In blueifi duelling house mid out lmlldlnirs i teneM houses linto barn and stables all in cood cO tlon Will sell at the s mm t Imo stock nnd cn carriage bugi wason and firniliiRlnipltiiieiJ aii sums uiiueru casn oer mat amnuis monins cieuir wmi rooci nciirnv M Without Fail WJUh SKLL AT PPULIOSALK ON Till t r oi uctoner mo limn ol uii t b im mi Kentucky j i I j iiug2J td HY I STEELIS Admlnlstraifl 1 FARM FOR SALH X ni farm containing 170 acres at the ii ofEIRhoniim the Kentiiskj rier InVnf cojivit is mostly bottom land and Is 4i for the cultluiiUon of ijViY auijjolucco by ponds and sprttij T OFKEll FOR SALE AT A GREAT R Mil llnelv watered 1 - 4 i MIRACLES 20 acies well set In bluecrasi It has u It a kooiI lcsldence rociI barn and other nf sary out buildings w located as to make 7 about and fca IV For terms call on or addiess my attc Scott it VIolett Iliuikfort Ky v 10 ails Cm JIAKY F QUAR1 llhtful home Try Bass Hog I Mr Eg Frankfort Â¬ Flour For Sale Cheap AM adjourned until Tuesday morning at 10 oclock On Tuesday the organization of the Convention was completed by the election of the following officers President Hon 0 M Clay of Bourbon county Secretary Capt Thos G Poore of Hickman county Assistant Secretary Capt Jas B Martin of Barren county Sergeant-ab-Arm- s Robert Tyler of Bullitt county Door Keeper Richard T Haley of Louisville Official Fire the Forks The residence ofcMrs Eliza Trim- Â¬ ble near the Forks of Elkhorn known as the old Chinn place was destroyed by fire about 3 oclock Monday morn- Â¬ The house waB a two story ing frame and together with the out houses was totally destroyed The flames spread so rapidly that very little of the furniture could be saved The loss is about 3500 with 2600 insurance upon the house masonic Meeting 1 grade patent roller process flour ut my Main Elkhorn Mill Also burr flour 4Gttn SAM MARTIN NOW PREPARED TO SELL HIGH Druggist Old Market house Oorn FRANKFORT - II 1 JW Mar Myr For Sale by GAYlJlS Frankfort Chapter No 3 Royal Arch Masons will meet in regular monthly convocation on Tnesday evening next at 8 oclock in the Odd TEXAS As the regular TWENTY harness Temple Fellows of annual election will be held at that farm tf aprl2 time it is hoped there will be a full attendance of the Companions Immediately after the adjournment of the Chapter Frankfort Council FOR SALE HORSES They can be seen on the JNO F CEURCH BROKE TO SAD ASmflLL FflRm FORSRLE CREAMl Good Openings I The fall session of Dudley Institute taining about j Reporter Clarence Walker Prof T M Turner principal opened present No 4 100 AORlES OP LAND of Louisville on Monday with an attendance of Frankfort Commandery Official Printer B Polk Johnson Knights Templar will meet in regu- Â¬ This farm Is especially adapted to the dairy bus sixty seven scholars thirty six young garden and culture each of Frankfort lar monthly conclave at their Asy iness market be run at thetobacco time successof those can same ladies and thirty one young men years Immediate possession can be lum in Odd Fellows Temple on fully for Prof A Fuller Cases Male Academy Thursday evening next Sept 18th given etc lm Sure to Go ROBT MCMILLAN Sept 13 also opened on the same day with at 8 oclock on which occasion the A member of the Constitutional thirty four young men in attendance order of Knight Templar will be con- Â¬ NEW MEAT Convention has said it and now we and six more enrolled who came in ferred All Sir Knights are requested are sure to lose the Capital Let us later making his school full to be present and visiting Knights sit in sackcloth and ashes and pray THE SOUTH SIDE I WOULD RESPECT Capt Newton courteonsly invited fully Inform the citizens of Frankfort that I that our greatest blessing may not be Deatli of Craig opened u have taken from us and it may perhaps Excursion to Cincinnati be that the heart of the aforesaid Capt Newton Craig a gentleman On September 21st to 26th the at 330 Second street South Frankfort where I memDer winreienc ana ne oe inuucea well known in this city died at his will onstantly all kinds of to recall his dreadful words Crescent Route will sell and ialt meatskeep In stockAc My wagonfresh Queen sausage will home in Scott county on Saturday makt regular trips every morning and deliver The fates have decreed that a paok aged 83 years He was lessee of the round trip tickets to Cincinnati and meatti at the door A share of your patronage I age of envelopes shall be the turning Kentucky penitentiary for several return from all points between Som- Â¬ Is solclted Â¬ point in Frankforts history After years back in the 60s and repre- Â¬ erset and Williamstown at special ex47 tf having enjoyed the society of the sented Scott county in the Legislature cursion rates on account of the races Legislature and Constitutional Con- Â¬ of 1873 4 For many years he spent on Queen City full mile driving club AN ORDINACE ventions for nearly a century to have much of his time in this city during course Tickets will be good for re- Â¬ them lost for such a trivial matter j the sitting of the Legislature His turn until September 29th allowing It ordained by the Board of Councllmen of the But fate works strangely and its de- Â¬ funeral took place Sunday afternoon plenty of time for visiting points of DeCltyiof crees must stand Rate Seo 1 Frankfort Thut hereafter It shall be unlawful tor the services being conducted by Rev interest in the metropolis any person or persons to play baseball on Sundiy The cause of the wrath of the pow- Â¬ J M Lewis from Lexington 320 The Queen within the corporate limits of the City of Frank m or persons playing ers that be being hurled upon our de- Â¬ Crescent Route is twenty miles the fort and any person limits of the City otbaseball within the corporate FrankEloped to Jeffersonville shortest and quickest1 Passengers fort si mil be subject to u tine ofoynot less than 5 voted heads is this Soon after the meeting of the Convention a member landed in Central Union depot nor more man giurecoveraDie of warrant ueiore Judge of the Mr Joe Goddard and Miss Myrtie Trains for the race course leave this the Tollce This ordinanceCitytakeFrankfort and effect from to Sec 2 went into one of the stores in the alter Us passage to buy a package of envelopes Gwinn daughter of Squire Gwinn depot city P H NEWMAN Attest City Clerk Sept 10 1890 n For this he was charged ten cents all residing near the Forks of Elk county desiring to enter Change of Firm Turning wrathfully upon the sales- horn this into a life partnership and the old AN ORDINANCE man the great statesman disdainfully folks making objections thereto Mr Dudley Baker has sold his in- Â¬ Ha That same package remarked of envelopes can be had in Louisville eloped to Jeffersonville Thursday terest in the firm of Salvers Baker Be It ordained by the Board of Councllmen of the City Frankfort lor live cents it that is the way you morning and were married by SquireÂ¬ meat merchants on Broadway to Mr Sec of That section 9 of nn ordinance ap 1 Keigwin The young couple return- A G Jeffers The style of the Arm proved lune 24 1KH amending ordinance No 23 propose to gouge us we will remove the city be amended O train will hereafter be Salyers ed to this city on the C Jeffers of the printed ordinances of elected under and by striking out the words And the Capital to Louisville In lieu thereof words named In mark the man well he will bo re- the same afternoon and departed for and the business will still be continuedÂ¬ Inserting This ordinance thetake effect from Its Skgi2 to home in the hope of obtaining for at the old stand Mr Jeffers has re- passage membered by future generations to P II NEWMAN signed as deputy sheriff and pays his SeptAttest1890 City Clerk 10 be cursed and execrated as the cause giveness m personal attention to the business of all our woes the hateful salesman New Committeemen haughtily remarked -- Well let her AN ORDINANCE go then but ten cents please Tho Democrats held their precinct Regulated With an Um- - No 5 Royal and Select Masons will T WISH TO SELL THE FARM I NOW LIVE 1 on known as meet for the election of officers and on the Frankfort the Peter Dudley farm looated ind Versillles turnpike it is hoped all the members will be two and a half miles from the former place roan conÂ¬ mwrk lFH EX5W IE VOU WAJCT n I V liH I IH Â¬ TTinrrwaTowirvi Â¬ 37 STORE GOOD BREAD AND A nAPPV COOK USE CREAM LEXINGTON FLOUR ROLLER MET STOI5E MADE BY MILLS KY COMPANY LEXINGTON Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILLBBATTHE IN FfiANKKORT KY OHIO Â¬ Â¬ FRIDAY SEPT 26 1890 HttLUILX OOT 17 1890 BLEEDING Chloroform 11 BLIND or ITCHII umeorBopain i Cured wlthoat any surgical operation and wl Â¬ Ligature or Knj not necessary with this mode i of i Â¬ FISTULA 1TSIA1 Is cured FISSURES Cored without cutting or tearlnf ID Â¬ ULCERATION CATA Grand Fall Opening The fall opening of novelties and stamped goods of Mr J W Welch took place on Monday and was a com- Â¬ plete success The display was beau- Â¬ tiful and the assortment of goods I varied and attractive All kinds of embroidering materials finishing ma terials for fancy articles silk for throws table covers c arrasen Peaks Mill Cal Hayden smyrnasone cnenue rope snir rope Bloomington Wm Pickett couching flllsoll filo rivorsone and Cedar Run J H Thomas various other articles were tastefully The Argua thinks either Mr displayed in the greatest variety A t3aines or Col Thos W new feature celluloid goods were in- Â¬ ejectea unairman vnen tn troduced and an eloganttaxhiU t made nitteo meets and ai it is fbe TStyayf0 su ra I f brella olecf ion for tho new County Commit- tee last Saturday and the following A colored woman created a sensa gentlemen were elected in their re- - tion on St Clair street Monday spective precincts evening about 7 oclock by following Gas house J AV Gaines her husband down the Gtreet and Court house J R Williams whacking him over the head with Market house L Mangan an umbrella His conduct had dis- Bridgeport G W Hall iplcased her and she took that method Forks of Elkhor- n- T W Scott of remonstrating with him Bald Knob Geo Harrod Flat Creek Bennett Harrod Broke Its Leg Mr Walker L Gaultp porter was driving his delivery wagon down tho W hill on Logan street beyond Cross Monday morning when the horse at Â¬ tached to the vehicle stumbled and ill breaking ontj of its fore legs j Of the bowel cured Dr Belly has now teen TUItlngthls arlyfor nearly seen eais and theiuuil he has maao amonc the wealthy and InQl cltljns are suftlclenterldenoeof hlssioee itisnowaweu estaDiisnearaci tnat din Be It ordained by the Board of Councllmen of the easn of the stomach llier kidney a City Of Frankfort woitb and nervous system are either cal an ordinance passed April 13 1880 uggiarated by the coexistence or PILXS Ski j That authorizing the Frankfort Water Company to LAi FISSURJC or RECTAL OLCEB licoiMiipu on tue unugo ue aim mo same is I BRITKBJtHCE8 icrobjt repealed Tina ordinance to take euect irom us rr E M Gober Frankfort Ky passap lfanklln Morris Graefensburg H NEWMAN Att JiT Staten Fnmkfort Ky City Clerk Sept 1 flbOn Merberlch Frankfort Ky 1 it L P Holett Benson Ky JOHNI- - STIIOTHKU THOS It CORDON A UMcClure Frankfort Ky B chard Ferguson Frankfort Ky r S1V0THER KJU GORDON Att IMlf 1LU rneys-at-La11 w KIHmlJ TYLER BUILDING Sixi WF TO h and Main Streets VILLB J KY Iii KKELBT8 office and residence Is I Eighth street and whl Wtbe found erwy Cincinnati week EXf 3 m dar of each l ivld Moore Benson Ky J M Wlthrow Frankfort 3 v J Hugbos Frankfort Ky Ky FSIDAIB IIIDBITUEDATJ mo I imphleta JIUfl -- r brute had tojjjje shot to put V m el irjf m- i all 4 w J II Robinson oulsvtlle Km Ke Mile KyjDiininp f Louis HieKy i lies Hhe Courts Saline Bankflfc Trust Jo an smg 2C dasdMiig these diseases eoi treaimeaiMM m w any oy hole-Na- - WMt WigtMhBt Oiuo OH OONWU i I KELLEY 7 m r V f ram - 9 H rom the cheapest to the finest and all kinds of domestics usually kept in a first class Dry Goods House ular orancn 01 gooas musi dg ciosea ouc to mase room lor anomer tnat win as iuny So I will make such low prices as will sell them ported - and in SAVE TIME TABLE determined to make a change in my business that is to sell the Dry Goods branch out entirely consisting ot a tun assortment 01 r ne latest ai el most desirable line of ES9 I FALSE MM but true wiw - tJUMr l t iMWIIWI IIIMI1 mm II IIIHH The same- - EeMA r rS a sag- H Pi U a El - USB I V Dross Glodds Via1- - This partic WLo Ixitere Repairing the Pipe Rama and ycu will at once 3T011 9 1890 Call early while my stock is 311 roem yet complete FULLY 50 PER CENT Tuesday Sept Council Meeting ED HKRRIS wo Money Ksquirea 01 rtesponsiDie farcies to uommence Treau- rT M VI Taking effect Sundny May 12th 1881 On Monday an experienced diver the following time tnblo will be in effect arrived in the city having been japon this road brought here from Cincinnati by the TBAINS SOUTH i 550 n m Water Company to take up and re- Â¬ So 23 leave sFrnnkfort 825 a m pair the break in the fourteen inch tfo 17 leaves Frankfort 213 p m water main pipe lying upon the bot1 No 21 leaves Frankfort 612 p m No 19 leaves Frankfort torn of the river which was broken TBAINS NORTH high wator of last spring 1003 a m during the lo lo leaves irranmort Owing to a delay in the shipment of 500 p m 20 leaves Frankfort 910 p m the air pump work was not com- Â¬ fro 22 leaves Frankfort G12 p m menced until Wednesday but will be lo 24 arrives Frankfort No 23 makes connection at Lagrange pushed along until completed m ffor Cincinnati ana at Ancnorage ior Bloomfield Headache Specific No 21 makes connection at Lagrange is Bakers Famous cure for head- Â¬ a positive and and at Anchorage for aches in all their safe for Cincinnati forms Try it Sold Bloomfield by Wickliffe Chapman 314 Main E P BRYAN 4 street Agent Present President Smith Buckley Haly Milam Wakefield and Wil- Â¬ liams Absent Councilmen Mangau To bin and Miles A communication was received from the chief of the fire department in relation to a horse collar purchased by him from a Louisville firm The account and letter were referred to O0STE the finance committee Petition of Mrs Reagan to erect two rooms to her house on Holmes And every fourth week thereafter street Granted Petition of J M Wakefield to build a cottage on his lot on Arsenal Hill Granted Petition of the members of St Johns A M E Church asking that Buffalo Alley be opened up and made Eleventh Eegular Visit KY 3D-ft-V FRANKFORT WEDNESDAY ozitxj-z- - OCTll Consultation and ExaroinatiomFreei i yJTl a KL No3Nol PMAM 3051545 3181558 607 SS9 6 22 416 655 430 709 142 720 MIDLAND RAILWAY Married at Lancaster TfiMNS RUN Dr 7 11 Mr Willis L Wayts of George- Â¬ town and Miss Marian Woolford of CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Bt lN02lSoi Lancaster were married at the latter The affair is A MP M place on Wednesday IOi u 810 spoken of as the affair of the season in Lv FrankfoicAr 960 752 Elknorn Mr Wayts many friends 9 41 743 that place Swltzer 926 728 in his old home extend their best StiupgGrnU Georgetown 854 655 840 638 wishes for a long and happy married Newtown Centrevllle 829 H25 life 810 G0C Ar Paris Lv I A Man of Fame JC The visits of Dr Rea are becoming A V 1M Ar 810 more and more Frankfort important every 305 545 Lv Georgetown 655 415 655 month And hundreds of patients Lv 4KB Cincinnati 630 1015 Ar have been cured by his treatment with Ky Central Tty Connections at Paris As a professional man none stand AM IP M A Ml higher and as a student none more Ar 110 031 810 Frankfort a 05 545 LV 854 655 thorough The Dr holds diplpmas Georgetown 415 655 810 600 from some of the best colleges of Paris 605 7 47 1235 Cincinnati 1045 Ar erLvr5720ri55 America and has practiced in the lar- Â¬ Maysvlll81010251Ar Lvl 7151 gest institutions in the world May 1245 Ar Winchester Lvl 610L 1251 Ar Richmond his trips be long and prosperous m WRTEST I QUICKEST ROUTE fv ns Cres- e a Queen East I TO Failures in Life GEO B HARPER Gen V L CLARK B T FARMER Cltv Ticket Agt GenFreicnt s rass the East incinnati andSuperintendent abi FJiANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 13 1890 To be married Hollencamp and Miss Catherine Parker will be married at the Church of the Good Shepherd on Thursday next the 18th instat noon Mr OA Assigned i Is Mr H H Roberts the grocer who has been doing business on Todd street for the past year made an as signment on Monday fer the benefit 01 his creditors w Bought a Suburban Home Dr Edgar Church has purchased from Mr Jas F Dailey his place on the Versailles pike about a mise and half from the city for two thousand dollars Dr Church will remove his family there to reside Will Wed in St Louis Mr John Hanley a prominent nnimn Aivmnv fTnt ffrnrinn nnlrrll- X 1UUrilUUU1 4VJ iuuiiuy uucal TVTJoo TIM Ullio auioo iJuiui Sheldon of St Loiiis Mo will be married on Thursday next tho 18th inst at tho home of tho bride in 1 i-- p that city Produced from the laxative and nu- Â¬ delay Rheumatism li esitntlollr a tho irnoteuredit leads to euljrged prostate gland nas We guarantee a cure la all all Uta beyond a iloubt Acliug tous debility and premature decay tritious juice of California figs com- Â¬ tetnnsthis theori JnrcstiitaUnti protcidlicaie rr with ntrroui upon we hau1 fir ears treated It such cases and a perrcct restoration to health and physical rigcrv phenomenal ucecsi and heart bined with the medicinal virtues of rheurnatio Tho deformltie1 ma all be affection orrwultlnabjr from To the Ladles We have for years mads a specialty of Inflammation aroided our cured the diseases or women Nine tenths or the suOeruiKS of thiat plants known to be most beneficial treatment m m world are borne by women anl When Brights Dlsc0 of the KUnevt la the result of fault came or these diicascs Is prcptrlrwithout reaaoa their corether uudcrstood lav system nutrition oter Our larsc hospital Eczema Front Childhood to the humanliver and acts gently onÂ¬ luoiu8 tho Howstimulation or the uio of Improper remedies to certain and complete caes ami treat thrm experlcnceaoablessar of urine to understand these from the latest sclea bowels effectDiseases of the Dljestivo Organs are tho num fre tide stan Ipoint Local treatment which so nuny objsctto we When an infant my body broke out the kidneys quent ciuica or the tuoro fatal illoiA Our treatment Is br constitutional awl Djtpepsla Liver Cm rarely Snd necessary and with which an eruption or rash ually cleansing the system dispell Â¬ plaint Constljatlon renderChrunie Diarrhea all result in imper local remediat their own homeswe lrutrucl the patients to treat all over with feot nutrition and life miserable Early Interference It themiclvcs which became more aggravated as I ing colds and headaches and curing true cionomr of time money und health Prlvato DiBCacca Stricture Taint grew older From early childhood habitual constipation Younfj Men who are rapldlr approaching insanity and Syphilis donorrhea liupoteucy andfileet Venerealpromptly 51 lt PterlHty art death from secret habits wlllrtonell tuconsultus uionce Theae and cttVotuiIlr cured ky our spxlal nmedles Wo have spent until I was grown my family spent a habits are the result of dUrase cot ice and we euro such thousands of dollars In time aud money to fall knowledf fortune trying to cure me of the dis Â¬ A few more of the number cook cases without Nil We tntlte our fullest couUdenco and lu this direction r pro milt you relief Epilepsy or 3rlta This phenomena or lb Icrran ease Every noted physician in our H5 STtddleAscd Men who observe certain Irritations ef srsicm Is the reulior disease located Ir uj serve centers the butter aud urethra or water palate with sediments In 0 ir method or trcumuil which Ucntlrelv our own has beensection was tried or consulted stoves at Buckleys the urine shouldsiatlthcuiscltcs cfoutrtatmcut Such simp admitted by the silmilsts ot Ibo world to produce radical When I came of age I visited Hot toms are Indications or semlni cakncss which admit ti tin cure In tho most bt debiliutid siitjects Sprjngs Ark and was tried there by 7vr v bo consilium us Miould lirtHL or send clemical ounces a their urine which oft tho best medical men but was not THE FIRST SYMPTOMS will Mitiin tI1 athorouch microseopiiul examination tnd four to sixunlsis of certificate and chart wet to furnished the patient winch will T benefited After that under tho ad- Â¬ OF DEATH We cure old casts wliich have tufflcd the skill of tuher Ihvslcraiis Why Rccause our esUensNet vice of a noted specialist I tried the feeling dull headache pains experience enables us to recognize the of diao We invite all who have failed toabtain rtUtf cIscwIuti- - m nnntnlt i celebrated Clifton Springs New York in Tired parts of tho body sinking i aii vu au i b diiK sic without any good results When all at variousof the stomach loss of ap Â¬ iruarantced treated oy mail and express Where possible personal tho pit latients consultation Is preferable things had failed I determined to try petite fevorishne8s pimples or sores f itiestions sent free on application S S S and in four months was en poisoned ovidonce of All cases and correspondence strictly eonlidental Treatment sent C O D to any tirely cured The terrible Exzoma are all positive blood No matter how it became part of the United States and Canada Address with stamp for reply Â¬ was all gone not a sign left my gen must bo purified to avoid it eral health built up and I have never oath Dr Ackers English Blood had any return of the disease I have Elixir has never failed to remove C O since recommended S S S to a num- scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold ber of friends for skin diseases erup Â¬ under positive guaranteo J VA UUA VJJ tions etc and have never known of 9 J W Gayle Druggist a failure to cure Geo W Irwin SHILOHS VITALIZER is wlmt you Irwin Pa Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases need for Constipation Loss of Appo j tito Dizziness and all symptoms of mailed free Book KtpltKQ tfkrt Hand Telegraphy drr Dyspepsia Price 11 and 75 cents per SWIFT SPECIFIC QO Wri CatmUfu mnd full itformitiin 27 Atlanta Oa bottlo For sale by J W Gaylo 5 1 People mil in many ways In busi nens in morality in religion in hap- Â¬ piness and in health A weak heart is often an unsuspected cause in fail- Â¬ ure in life If the blood does not cir-Â¬ culate properly in the lungs there is shortness of breath asthma etc in the brain dizziness headoohe etc in the stomach wind pain indiges- Â¬ tion faint apella etc in the liver torpidity congestion etc Pain in the left side shoulder and stomach is caused by heart strain For all theso maladies Dr Miles New Cure for the heart and lungs is the best remedy Sold guaranteed and recommended by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky Trea Â¬ 3 tise free Mr Thos Newman offered as deputy marshal which cepted and filed On motion of Mr Milam books were turned over to mittee recommended the repair of the northeast corner of Main and Cross streets and the gutter on East Clinton street Adopted Mr Buckley presented accounts against the citizens on Campbell street for street repairs and the city cittorney was ordered to collect same The committee on streets recom- Â¬ mended the extension of the sewer across Second street Adopted Mr Milam from the Bridge Com- Â¬ mittee reported that a conference committee had been held in Congress and that no further steps would be taken in the matter of raising the St Clair street bridge until the matter was settled as to the height it would have to be and the matter could be tried in tho courts as to who would haveto build the structure Mr Brandon of the Standard Oil Company made a statement to the council in relation to the tank pro- Â¬ posed to be erected by his company N yards in the L On motion of Mr Milam the mat- Â¬ ter was referred back to the special committee to report to the council at a meeting to be held next Tuesday night his bond was ac- Â¬ Committee Mr Buckley from the Street Com street Petition referred to Street Kfca 1i ifh vzxm the tax the city The usual monthly accounts were then acted on and ordered paid Tlu Eminent Specialist formerly resident Physician of the Philadelphi i General He The council adjourned until next pital Physician in charge of the Ohio Medical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for Tuebday night at 7 oclock twenty five years successfully devoted his time to the treat icnt of his spec- Â¬ ialties He successfully trea sail curable caies of Chivnic and Newous Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience aftc Syrup of Figs thorough educational separation C H BOGMAN M 1 vf - Â¬ ut Â¬ Dr H Sogman Cincinnati BRYANT STRATTON BusiNl fr LOUISVILk fSmoke DURHAM MAVA Cigar FILLER CENTS FOB i Wc would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers bVcliurchesTin the city if thev would furnishtfusEwlth any aiiuuuuucnicui which ncyiiiny wisn made I Â¬ ILDMLOr BEWARE OF 4JflSD km MISREPRESENT A TIONS FEAULUIEjST IMITATIONS OP BIS- XT lauvnwiAJt t MHawnnMClHnMMMMDaBMMBMiJWHM - -- HONEST PARTIES f Ik it Rev G PBagbyDDv will occupy hie pulpit at tlio Bnptisb Oliurch tomorrow morning at 11 oclock and evening at 730 oclock Sunday school in tlio chapel at 030 a m Rev pulpitjat the First to morrow Presbyterian Church morning at 11 oclock This church which suspended evening services during the summer months recom- Â¬ menced them last Sunday and Dr Rlaynoy will preach to morrow even Â¬ will occupy his J McOluskey Blayney D D ting at 730 Rev Father Lambert Young pastor will conduct the services at the Church of the Good Shepherd tomorrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m Â¬ te Mr Thevustial services at Ascension Church to morrow morning oclock and 8 p m will be conducted the rector Rev E A Penick who has returned from a months visit to atll Happy Hoosiers Wm Timmons Postmaster of Ida Whn Baby was sick wo gaye her Castoria Electric Bitters ville Ind writes has done more for me than all other Whun she was aChild she cried for Castoria or that bad medicines combined When she became Miss she clung to Castoria idney and feeling arising from When she had Children she gave them Castoria Liver trouble John Leslie farmer and stockman of same place says Find Electric Bitters to be the best Kidney and Liver meTcine Made me W Gardner feel like a new man SHILOHS COUGH and Consump- hardware merchant bame town says tion Cure is sold by us on a guarantee Electric Bitters is just the thing for a It cures Consumption For sale by man who is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies he 27 J W Gayle ftysmd new strength good appetite and felt just like ne had a new lease Premium Offered on life Only 50c a bottle at P H 2 The Kentucky Midland Railway Carpenters Drug Store makes offer of an annual pass for the THAT HACKING COUGH can be year 1891 for design to be used in adso vertisement and as an emblem of the We quickly cured by Shilohs Oure guarantee it For sale by J W road Suggestions have been made Gayle 27 to call it Capital Route Elkhorn and to uee photos of dif Route ferent scenes on the line but varia- Â¬ Try Dr Elliotts horse powder if tion of these and other designs are your horse is out of order and wont Competition limited to fatten Every package guaranteed invited residents of Franklin Scott Bour- Â¬ For sale at O R Crutchers Supply Submit House 131 and 133 St Clair street bon and Bath Counties 34 opposite Court house proofs by October 1 to Â¬ Â¬ n A Georgetown SPORTING GOODS GUNS AND LOADED SHELLS I Rev W G Neville pastor will con- Â¬ duct the services at the Southern Presbyterian Church to morrow jnorning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Y protracted meeting conducted Tby Elder George Darsie begins at Graefensburg Thursday night the Jl8th inst Fall preaches at tle to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock in celebration cf his 93d birthday The usual night service at 730 by the pastor of the church The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the chapel at 7 p m r n IK FISHING GUN TACKLE ElderP S Christian Church ISA fit IMPLEMENTS RELIABLE GOODS NO CHEAP TMASHA ONE PRICE THE LOWEST May25 BV CRAY lyr CHURH The Union S S Teachers Meeting will ibe held at the clrel of the Christian Church Tuesday evening at 730 as usual All S S teachers in the city will be welcome ih V L Gen Pass Agt Clark Rev H C Morrison preached liis rewell sermon to the Congregation he Methodist Church last Sunday as the Conference is still in ses-it Lexington his successor has it been named Consequently will be no service at that to morrow W Gayle sweet breath secured by Shilohs Catarrh Remedy Price CO cents Nasal Injector free For sale by J 27 m CATARRH CURED Of all the flour made or sold in Frankfort the State Miles Sons is the best without a doubt 14 health and 1 DWARD GLAASSEN PEiLCTIOiLI Miles f Nerve and Liver Pills DO NOT SUFFER AIVY LONGER Knowing that a cough can be checked in a day and the first stages of consumption broken ina week we hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En n Cry for Pitchers Castorial glish Cough Remedy and will refund Arctic flour is a first class patent In the money to all who buy take it as per Infections and do not find our and equals any patent sold in Ken- P WHOOPING COUGH and tis immediately relieved by statement correct ucky Try it 14 S J W Gaylk Druggist Cure For sale by J v Â¬ An important discovery They act on the liver stomach and bowels -AND DEALER IN- through the nerves A new principle speedily cure billiousness bad They taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO 30 doses for 25 cents Samples free at JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK 45 ly W Gayles Frankfort Ky J Plumber GasSteam Fittea GUARANTEED - Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets rear of Salenders Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 27 SCH001J0R GIRLS Â¬ sion tickets will be sold by nts Queen and Crescent at between Cincinnati and nooga to Somerset Ky and on September 9 10 11 and 12 for return until September 13 jw excursion rates A special jtn will leave Lexington on Soptem- 11 and 12 at 6 a m arriving at fherset at 9 a m returning leave merset at 5 p m arriving at Lox- on at 8 p m r full particulars call on agents Queen and Orescent route Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria One-Half Porcelain lined preserving kettles 4 qt 35 cts qt45cts 8 qt 55 cts 10 qt CO cts 12 qt 65 cts 14 qt 70 35 cts 10 qt 100 at Buckleys Steam engine separa tor and corn mill for sale cheap as I All in good desire to quit business W S T Johnson repair 52 m1 Graefensburg Ky Wars and rumors of war do not effect the wonderful cures of Ganters No magic chicken cholera cure Sold by P II Car- Â¬ cure no pay penter ANNA KERSEY PAYNES SCHOOL MRS open September in 1890 For particu lars apply ut No 418 East Broadway Au HO lm QUiH fim7mtrw ivhmfax THE SHORTFST AND QUICKEST For Sale -- Â¬ at J JU Get your curbing for Cemetery lots E Glenns 238 Ann street CLAIMS AGAINST Largest size curbing set for 1 per l Lli PARTIESof WHO HHAVEDuvall will present A to me properly F foot small size 05 cents per foot cor Â¬ themtlio estate Dr proven on or before the ner posts 75 cents nnd 1 39 3m 22i day of September 1890 All parties knowing Sept 1st 18JO NOTTC Fare Excursion to the West Colorado Kansas Missouri - 9 23 and Oct 14 the Orescent Route will sell ex- Â¬ cursion tickets to points in Arkansas Queen Texas On Sept - v W IV E i I Nebraska Indian Territory Iowa Minnesota Montana North and South Dakota Idaho New Mexico Wyom- Â¬ ing and Utah at one fare for the round trip tickets good for return thirty days If you think of taking a trip write to any agent of the Queen Orescent Koute for rates maps and full particulars Get your curbing for Cemetery lots at J E Glenns 238 Ann street per In the morning hurried or difficult Largest size curbing set for 1 corsmall cents breathing raising phlegm tightness foot posts 75size 05 and 1per foot 3m 39 cents in the chest quickened pulse dull Â¬ ner evening or sweats at ness in the Tariff will go up on tin but prices night all or any of these things are the first stages of consumption Dr on tin roofing will be lower than over Ackers English Cough Remedy will for the next thirty days at Buckleys 35 cure these fearful symptoms and is sold under a positive guarantee by fi J W Gayle Druggist No Damaged Goods I just received a large line of cloth- Â¬ ing for men youths and boys that I Follow the Rusli will sell astonishing To Ed Harris stores where you can These are at new goods low prices all consisting buy the best goods for very little of the latest and most desirable pat Â¬ 33 money Go and be convinced terns No mark up and down prices m but one price and that the cheapest Call and see for yourself at DR ACKERS ENGLISH Ed Harris THAT TERRIBLE COUCH themselves Indebted to said estate will please call and settle their accounts before said date LUCY DUVALL Sept Admx 0 lm Â¬ Georgetown Entire to New Orleans DISSOLUTION Time 25 Hours 13 13 i dissolved partnership with 3Ir W B Morgan I will not handle paints any longer to Jacksonville than It takes me to close out the stock I have on Georgetown Ala hand and hereafter will give my entire attention to the grocery business As I have no rents to pay Time 26 Hours I can and will sell groceries and vegetables as Through Sleepers without change The Short cheap as any grocer In town You can buy at my line between Cincinnati and store 415 Main street Lkxinuton Kv Time 2U Hours KNOXVIIJK 17 pounds of O Sugar for 1 Tknn if 17 N C Ashevillk 15 pounds of Extra O Sugar for 1 Trains Baggage Car Day Coaches a aieepers run inrougn witnout change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST And all other goods In proportion AuBso at for pounds of Coffee A Sugar for 1 pounds of Standard Granulated 1 ClUTTANOOUA TKNN ATLANTA w x Howard E B Bahstow Sec and Treas R T Basinkt PILLS Corner Main St Clair Through to St Louis in Daylight Â¬ i By takingthe 0 oclock accommo N train from this city one can now make connection witli Remarkable Rescue the St Louis Air Line vestibuled train whidh leaves Louisville at 845 Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfleld every morning arriving at St Louis 111 makes the statement that she at 7 p m The Air Line now owns caught cold which settled on her its entire road hjiween Louisville lungs she was treated for a month by U liaunning the fin her family physician but grow worse tfjlin the world He told her she waa a hopeless victim are contemplating of consumption and that no nedicine uuCiiiil to take the Air could oure her Her druggist sug- wiah to travej rapidly and Dr Kings New Discovery for lyr onsumption she bought a bottle and ffa ond information write to to her delight found herself benefitted lant Trav Pa Agent Jos from the first dose She continued e Gen Pass Agent Louis-44-- its use and after taking ton bottles found herself sound and well now rlnna Tioi rum tirmaaurrklr anrl fa an black dress goods well as she ever was Free trial bot- orioes on i 8ebMtdpblwhip cord tie of this Ureat Discovery at P H dation L Are active and pure For sick head ache disordered stomach loss of ap petite bad complexion and blllious ness they have never been equaled either in America or abroad 9 J W Gayle Druggist Â¬ Â¬ Get your curbing for Cemetery lots at J E Glenns 238 Ann street Largest size curbing1 set for 1 per foot small size 05 cents per foot cor Â¬ 39 3m ner posts 75 cents and 1 m - An DitVEit Vice President Kkank Iiioid President Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shrove port for Texus Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 64Du nijarriveCinclnnutl 1026 a in Quicker than uny other line All trains arrive ut depart from Central Union Depot Cincinnati For Rates Maps Ac address FRANK W WOOLLEY D BlIIMINOHAM ALA Ji 11 15 1G Superintendent Traveling Pass Agt U Tie Staflard Printine M Co C Vlce Prea CHARVEY CINCINNATI GeWrdsI- - Qr T A Patronize home- industry and save PRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS agents commission by getting your VARNISHES ETC marble and granite work from J E Juue28 ly 103 Canal Cincinnati Ohio 39 3m Glenn 238 Ann street m m Formerly the standard Printing Ink Works -M- ANUFACTMRERS O- F- OUT OF THE ASHES Having purchased the photograph Mr J C Gray I have re opened the gallery ot Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises tf r indchevlott TTZEL 1 ODONNELL Carpenters 50c and f 1 irrfl Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money re perfect Price 25 cents per box funded bottles For sale by South Side drug sjiorCarnenrpV Â¬ Â¬ miles j TYa W 1 k sons arctic li the World tOttMT CAPITAL ART GALLERY In the room over the Adams Express office 334 Only MAIN TREET e mTand FLOUR few doors below my old staud which was recently uesirujeu uy nre una um ready to receive vaj friends und make a Photographs of All kinds In the Highest Style of the Art Call l 8e me m -- - - Nf IPALL ABETOE3 FOE SUITS p TROUSEFi IF-I-jLj IF1 CT IE lat I1TGTI j BTjOCHS STTLSS -- AID ZCUST- - OVERCOATS - G ZlsT- - OOD FINE Sfc tt i a YOUMANS lv STETSON S AND OTHER HATS pi and winter garments in this line Gentlenii A large and I who want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to inspectufc J line we will be fflad to show vou what we have Bj bLa-ae ea d3T of fall fine assortment OTrercoa t HUDSON HUMPHRIES Right Vou Are There is one feature of the reunion at Lawrenceburg on Wednesday last on which the Leader wishes to made The Kentucky special mention Blillitary Institute of Farmdale Ky for so many years connected with the education and training of Kentucky youth sent a company as escort to the veterans of the Lost Cause One thing that marked and empha- Â¬ sized this occasion of universal peace and kindly feeling was that in the ranks of the cadets were boys from the Great Lakes to the Gulf irom the Two of Alleghenies to the Rockies the young officers were from north of tne unlo and among tne nies were bovs who loved the blue The bright manly appearance of the young soldiers tne nrm yet quite way in which they did their duty as guards set to protect beans upon a stretcher and above all their absolute gentlemanlinsss elicit- edon every side the warmest and well merited praise On talking with some of these young gentlemen it was found that they hold it a point of honor among themselves to be quieb and polite and to touch no liquor of any kind This feeling which is encouraged and fostered in them raises the plane of manhood and gives tone to the -- CASSELU I A as the best seen for a day and the officers have ij just cause to be proud of the ap- shouted forth by the weather eaten veteraiiB and of the praises murmured so sweetly by cupids corps The Invincibles Tne manual was exact in splendid cadence and executed with a snap and precision that stamped the whole as approaching very nearly to perfection The cold critical eye of the export tactician was not olfend- flm by careiessnees in small matters ju detail and approval was torceu srom tne most captious wnen uiu suiuk incl the duleront firings were gone Khrough with The evolutions were Br high grade and some ol the double lime movements superb Lexingtons lair daughter xuiss fiUoy Lee Hill a universal favorite among ex Confederates spurred the Boys on to new ellorts by wearing llieir colors as sponsor The Leader tenders congratulations ftTthe superintendent Colonel Boyd land to Colonel Moore the accom plished commandant of the cadets i orns ju 1 A considerable number of valuable HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF- articles were destroyed notably a line piano and book case the latter BUGGIES CARRIAGES fc ROAD CARTS DEERING BINDERS dt MOWERS the property of Capt W T B South The loss is partly covered by insur- Â¬ BINDER TWINE A SPECIALTY Prices taut defy Competition A full Hue or SADDLES and HARNESS ance The origin of the fire is not o- - IK certainly known supposed however - OPPOSITE COURT-HOUS131 AND 133 ST CLAIR STREET to bo caused by a defective flue Mr F T Flinchmn section boss on the K M together with his family have taken up their residence in our ffi M BTS m By Lli I H Wl Ik IV OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE burg tejfam ammmbSn Nisit wt eSaVaevJ Rev M T Paradis and wife of Newport News te MN Nslppl ViHey Co K D IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDKUs VOU Ilinois are the guests of Mr Howard illOUT LINK Tu -- -- illness Mr R 0 Church has about completed his half mile race track The recent heavy rains have been of great benefit to the farmers in en- Â¬ abling them to have their land broken ready for seeding Mrs Mary Ham died very sudden- Â¬ ly Aug 31 1860 at her late residence near this place aged 62 years Her life as seen by those who knew her was consistent with the christian religion The funeral sermon was preached by Rev Hiram Ford after which the remains were conveyed to Lexington for interment Last Monday morning about 3 oclock Mrs Eliza Trimbles dwelling and attachments were discovered to be on Are and before the necessary assistance could be rendered the devouring elements had gained such headway as to be beyond control Consequently the whole structure was soon a mass of smoldering ruins Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ stay in our midst being occasioned by GENERAL - SUPPLY - HOUS aKTJToEaEK co E- IS I I J - Wi V PSOK Sedman and wife report Geo Goddard has returner home from a two weeks visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs Naoinio Ely and daughter Miss Mattie of Lexington are the guests of Mr J F Goddard and familyMiss Eva Ladd of Shelby county is visiting friends in this vicinity Mrs Fannie Robinson and daugh ter Miss Fannie French of Coving- Â¬ ton have been in our midst since last Â¬ Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN Willi I I Â¬ Out mm m Bui Den FOR CITIES LluITKD VESTIULLM EXPRESS leaves Lexington eastward daily at 016 p in for Win ut flieNter31t SterllUKMiirelieKl Vshland lettsburg Huntington Charleston Richmond Norfolk Washington Plilladeli hh New York and all Virginia springs and Sea Shore resorts Boston and nil hnstern cities Makes connec Â¬ tion at Winchester tor Richmond Ky and In termediate points West bound trilnarrhes at p in VIRGINIA SPRINGS EXPRESS leaves Lexing ton eastward dally at 710 a in for all local stations Makedlrect connection at Huntington wlthCit Ky for all C V O imlnts nmi tor WashlUKton Ialtiinore Iliuadeipnia and ew York Passensers may take a sleeper at Hunt liiUton for Old Point or Washington 1 C Â¬ Â¬ Funerals 261 33 3m Telephone OorLZiectioiEi Weddings - - - Louisville Ky West Jefferson Street Frank Trumbo the Free of Big Eddy honored our village with his presence the first of the week as the guest of Mr B B Trader Col B Bigstaff My -- Lexington Leader Forks of Elkliorn Delightful temperature last week Tobacco cutting in progress The crop is much better than at first an ticipated Mr M B Lucas wife and daughter iMattie and son T J visited rela tives in woodiora county last wees Onifn n niimhnr of Indies and oren- Itlemen of our populace attended the lair at aris last wees Rev Jm Morgan Wells of r- Fort Fttt-j- it Worm AtJAUB jJiiii wuu an nuvi- Sunday dence last The Dfimncmtio meetinc last Sat urday resulted in the choice of Hon T w Scott lor countv committeman I from this district Regular services at Buck Run to- Iday and to morrow at the usual rours The meeting win uo pro tracted for a week or two Our school is now in full progress with 0 H Parront and wife as teach lers The opening was better than lany previous session uounty superintendent iiunusr aim m utteroacK visneu uie lev hcIiooI Thursday of last week Quite a spirit of improvement is lanifesting itself in our village ard ioinity During the past month or Iwo sovorai structures nave neon reared and still there is more to fol 1 Dr Breeding chickens aie thriftier healthier finer larger and have beautiful plu Â¬ mage since I began using Ganters FAST MAIL TRAINS dally except Sunday Louisville aud all local stations on mpgic chicken cholera cure For from and to L S L iV N and railroads all local stations on sale by Phil Carpenter N AM V stations Ry and all local KC dally except Sunday Lexington of Glasgow says for Parkersbum and all local stations on Ohio Rher R R a d Columbus U and all points on Scioto Valley H R West bound train arrives at 90 p in A dayllyht ride to White Sulphur This train Frankfort Male Academy I A Classical and English School For Boys and Young Men The next Annual Session begins Sept Sth 1S90 etc address Andrew Fuller Case Principal 14 3111 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE eastward leaves at 1110 a in Make direct connection at Lexing ton for points on L it N Lou Sou Ry C N O T P Ry and Ky Cent Ry and at Win Â¬ chester for all K C stations West bound train arrives at 1240 p m Â¬ For Catalogues Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3433 hhcls with receipts for the same period of 2612 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount t 108357 hhds The market for Burley tobacco this week has not shown any weakening tendency for the good grades in sweet condition or for colored common grades but common and medium grades without high color and all to- Â¬ bacco out of condition is somewhat weaLor and we find it necessary to change quotations for such The recent wbathor condition hove been highly favoiabe for the growing crop and its improvement has surpassed expectations and with two weeks moie of good maturing weather we would expect to seo more than the usual quantity of good useful tobacco housed but expoot tho crop to be difllcult in high color The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco Trash dark or damatr Ad 2 3 50 tobaccot 4 8 00 Oolory trash 6 00 Oommom lugs not colory 4 low 8 14 00 Oolory luge j Mr Calvin Greenup is now domi Common lenf 7 0 00 hied in his ow house having takon Medium to gotid leaf I 9 10 00 ijssession last Monday 16 l Qood to fine fillers 25 90 Mr S Hinde returned to his home Select or wrappory 25 00a 33 00 3t Louis task week leaf His short t1 TRAINS for all point be tween Lexington and 011e Hill lease Lexington dally except Sunday at 5H5 p in eastward East bound connects at Wli Chester with K U Ry for Richmond Ky and Intermediate sta tions Westward at Winchester for Cincinnati Majsvllle mid all local stations on K C Ry and at Lexington with Loulsvlllo Southern R R lor Loulsvlllo and all local points on L S R R West bound train arrives at 810 a iu ACCOMMODATION Â¬ Â¬ June Frankfort Ky Sunday east bound at 1103 p m dally tor till local sta Â¬ tions between Lexington and Mt Sterling Solid train with elegant Reclining Chair Car Direct Mt Sterling to Cincinnati via Lexington connection In Union Depot Cincinnati for till trains East North and West On Sundays Fast Line for Cincinnati arrives at Lexington at 2M p- - in for all local stations be tween Mt Sterling aud Cincinnati via Lexing ton Returning Fast Train will stop at any sta Â¬ tion on Hag to pick up or let olT passengers West bound train arrives at 335 dally except Â¬ Â¬ CINCINNATI FAST LINE leaves Lexington P w 1 o o rt Si w E H M T v 4 TS t For Time Tables Rates and any other Infor Â¬ mation call on tiny Agent of the Company or write S K M Mouse H K HuNTiNOTox en Pass Agent iensrnl Manager CINCINNATI OHIO W JX AiKBre - LMunsov W S or Cincinnati Ohio Hahmson T P A Ashland Ky T o o OR i A i Pi O 13 pi P CO CD m o P W ESTRAY NOTICE Si 8 fPAKEN UP AS STRAY HY 11 Y McDONALD 1 living hair u mile from Taylorton In Frame llu county one bluo roan cow of tho valtioof 1890 Having no 20 on the 1st of August brands or other murks except a small cut In left 3 ear mid which I have appraised as above AVitnesd my hand this th day of August 1890 AUgSHIU dtV U r KUA1 IWSmPIHBPBBMIV iBfiinPd Mfli ui wmrvmr- i - w nmr t f LOOK ON j OTXTss r FOR T If 33 jB v1 j - LtJpeat OVERCOAT Sale 1S SEPTEMBER THE 1ST X 1 WE WILL PLACE ON SALE N 524 OVERCOATS 524 OVERCOATS Mens and Boys which are from our great fire some slightly damaged some perfect all go at about ALF PEICE Mens and Boys which are from the great fire some dam aged some perfect all go at about HALF PRICE 20 days only left to sell this stock all must be sold Come quick if you want a winter suit and overcoat at half price About the 20th we go into our new quarters with a brand new Stock Come and take this away We have many lines of Shoes All good goods slightly soiled Come and take them away at one half price 600 HEAVY WEIGHT SUITS ffl- This is the day they require all agents to place their goods on sale is the reason we open them before moving in WJC7 NEW FALL SHAPES ST1 OPE1TED -TTa-TJ -A- ttm -- map HatS UOW OLUJLC7 CRUNCHER imi HALYS BUILDljNrG 1 sots STARKS - jSbbB J law witt illlMi - Aw a