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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mTvrTv TitmTriir Tti in r if m mi imimmi 2SXSS V W v iTivwtammmimMmiimMmadV9i r i 11 PHWiliBKBMihk -j wiaBrsi h2 VA THE FRMKiufiT MffiDlBOTJ H GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEbKLT PPER DEVOTED FRANKFORT KY TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TELIMS 100 In Advance Volume XIV Concerning tlie New State of Washington ciatcd SEPTEMBER 20 1890 rV Number 2 - opment in the extreme The soil is inexhaustably rich the yield of all sorts of crops is simply enormous and under the irrigating system is as certain as the rising of the sun for instance from 60 to 60 bushels of wheat per acre and two orops of potatoes per season 500 bushels eaoh and four crops of alfalfa per season are common yields The usefulness of the lofty moun tains to mankind can never be prop rmvalued overestimated or apprer nnR iVTlfTTiY -- They perpetually harbor tho about two miles Fine farming lands deep snows of winter show falls deep I am told surround it from end to on them when no where else that in end One of the commonest questions I summer are turned into rushing Editor Roundabout gushing crystal streams of pure cold have had asked me is how is the Numerous friends have approached water They harbor dense forests of water Tho answer is very abun- Â¬ me many times ever uince my return the most magnificent timber in the dant soft almost co cold all summer from Washington plying me with whole world forming a picture of sand filtered clear da a crystal and t questions concerningthnt country its evergreen of surpassing loveliness pure as pure can be Nothing more soil climate advantages and re- Â¬ they harbor oxhaustless numbers of lorcibly impressed itself upon me sources generally So frequent has all kinds of tho finest wild game and in than the numerous gushing springs this been thecase that I fully deter- - addition are a continual source of on Puget Sound but even where mined to answer as best as I could rvnt vnivlncr frrnnrlmii nnrl onhllmthw these aro not available it requires but MSV VJ J K througn tne koundabout long oe no pen win ever correctly portray very little expense and effort to sink fore this but one thing and another The flne streams are numerous all a pipe nas mtenerrea ana 1 ao not event over the State and besides many fine Wide as the field is for unscrupu- Â¬ now feel half equal to the occasion lakes and bays affording the finest lous speculation I have got to hear of nor half as well equipped as the char- Â¬ facilities for commercial transporta- Â¬ the first persons deluded by the gla- Â¬ acter of the task demands for it tion as well as endless diversion for mour of fictitious booms The growth would require a condensed volume of the sportsman While tho western of every town and city is steady matter from a skillful hand and a section is low and moist the climate forced and substantial for the simple master mind With only one years is on an average delightfully mild reason that they are surrounded by residence there a man could scarcely and equable the year round every element of wealth to form the fortify himself with personal knowl- Â¬ So great is the humidity of the at-Â¬ nucleus build up and maitain them edge by observation or otherwise mosphere that all kinds of flowers The deep water of Pujjet Sound opens sufficiently well to impart the infor- - fruits and especially strawberries at- the country up to the commerce of raation sought I have refrained from tain a degree of perfection found no the world In a manner it forms a OUR STOCK IS BKPLETE WITH giving more frequent expression of where else in thf world Washing- Â¬ labarynth of avenues for the largest my ideas about Washington even ton is at once a vantage ground for ships to tho interior in every direc- Â¬ when there through the Rounda- Â¬ man in all his phases and relations of tion and is the crowning harbor of bout from a sense of fear that the me yet tnere are numerous cranks the world Grays Harbor and that subject would become tiresome and who go there and without patience to at Port Angeles would render Wash- Â¬ chestnutty to your many readers I wait and see come away dissatisfied ington famous to say nothing of the have discovered since my return that All nature seems to have given vent Sound With all these facts staring there are very many besides myself to its productive powers Nowhere us in the face with all these results who take a keen interest in that on earth iB there sucu a profusion accomplished by such gigantic country and it is to such friends and of rank vegetation in every form strides that the whole world has readers I address these lines The country as I have aid before is been forced into recognition of their So enthused waB I about the coun- Â¬ the very embodiment of everything magnitude who is it so blind but try such was the impression made animate and inanimate perfect ana that can see it is only a question of upon me that it amounted to com imperfect terrestial and aquatic time when there will be a density of plete fascination and nothing but Even the heavens glow with visions population proportionately equal to Hangers and Decoraa competent force tha distance separating me from it before which you stand dazed and that of Massachusetts whidh would We now could cause me to lose any of it bewildered with awe One of the make it teem with fifteen millions I think I have in former letters gorgeous sunsets on Puget Sound is and with its remoteness who but can and satisfac- Â¬ tors and guarantee the most noihted out all the excellencies of alone worth a trip a hundred miles point with a prophetic finger to an- Â¬ Â¬ climate soil products minerals re- to see I have stood in the misty other New York or Chicago within sources and advantages generally falling rains on the docks at Olympia its borders I propose in the next iswork Compare our lines and our work from every standpoint as well as I and outreaching with umbrella the sue to give extracts from the writ could command language to describe other end I could twirl and play in ings of one of the most noted journal others and convince yourselves of the above t The very first letter I ever wrote to the the purple crimson and golden tints ists in the U S and a short speech of Roundabout I concluded by saying tue must uuzzuugiy uriuiuiib rain- Â¬ the most brilliant lawyer oi ms time the wonders of that marvelous coun- Â¬ oi mortal eyes ever beheld This both relative to Washington bow try would never be half told and cuÂ¬ is a phenomenon common only to D Meade Woodson riously enough in a letter to your such conditions and localities Their paper from Capt Sam Swigert U S exceeding brilliancy is due to the Bakers Famous Headache Specific A who is located there he refers to same cause that makes the distant is absolutely the best Decide to use ray letters complirrientarily and said mountains apparently so near viz it It never fails Sold by Wickliffe I had never told the half Well that The rarified condition of the air 1 Chapman 314 Main street good and brief way to express it is a Thenews flashed over the country A ippy combination of natural cqnjj laJrtAwtirtof BUtihg j that there had mnlfno T a niiuiuvuuuvtj M ditujn a iiiaivvo 4iuv itvtirtTA nnnnfmr nVlfl- - been an unprecedented fall of snow Way Stars nomenal in every aspect yet it is im there and that not less than two The narrow eacape of Mrs B M possible to give anytmng like an att thousand cattle herding had been enuate and intelligent idea of it as a caught and perished While this was Seurlee of Elkhart Ind from a pre Â¬ whole without at once distinguish- Â¬ true perhapB at the same time in mature death is wonderful She Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies ing between the east and west sec- Â¬ Kentucky there were not less than states that for twenty years my tions formed by the great Cascade five or ten thousand sheep killed by heart troubled me greatly I became range of mountains extending almost worthless curs Nothing was said of worse Had smothering spells short sleep on due south from British Columbia the inestimable value of the deep breath fluttering coum - - through the entire State broken only snows on the mountains which sum- Â¬ my left side had moch pain in breast Ankles at the Dalles of the mighty Columbia mer turns into beautiful flush shoulder and stomach river whose serpentine and tortuous streams imparting new life to all na Â¬ swelled Had muoh headaohe and Treatment did me no course measures a distance of three ture ana multiplying the garners and dizziness thousand miles from its source to its comforts of the farmer to say noth- Â¬ ood until I tried Dr Miles New mouth at Cape Disappointment ing of the advantages derived in eart unre ana Restorative Nervine The first bottle Helped me and I was These two sections are as different in other ways climatic conditions as it is possible public lands are acquired Boon virtually cured For sale at J to imagine yet they are both tem- Â¬ Titles topre emption and homestead W Gayles drug store A fine book under the 4 pered in a marked degree by the laws and as the U S authorities are on the Heart and Nerves free strong ocean breezes wafted over the one warm Japan current in thePacific slow about surveying them been half sur- Â¬ of the State not yet having A CHILD KIULED which sweeps that whole coast from veyed it is for the time being a Alaska to Southern California and slow Another ohild killed by the use of and tedious process to obtain seems to spend more of its force corn opiates given in the form of Soothing Like the miller along the shores of Washington than themcome first served grinding set Â¬ Syrup Why mothers give their and each No doubt the broad first elsewhere children such deadly poison is surpris Â¬ valley of the Columbia forms a ready tler has to watch his chances like a ing when they can relieve the child avenue for the entrance of these hawk his prey of itspeouliar troubles by using Dr tempering ocean breezes and its trib Â¬ One of the greatest contrasts be- Â¬ Ackers Baby Soother It contains no utaries in turn distribute them liber- Â¬ tween the east and west sections as opium or morphine Sold by to products is the fact that on the ally over the whole country 0 J W Gayle Druggist The eastern section wnioh com- - east side corn sweet potatoes water- Â¬ rises about two thirds of its area is melons peaches and grapes are raised E igh and dry and exceedingly health Â¬ to perfection while on the west side ARE YOU MADE miserable by In- Â¬ Dizziness ful The city of Spokane Falls in the nights are all through the sum Â¬Â¬ digestion Consumption maof Appetite the extreme eastern part is some- Â¬ mer too cool for these crops to seen Loss Vitallzer is a Yellow Skin Shi positive cure nave lohs thing like 3000 feet in altitude higher ture especially corn but I grown 28 in For sale by J W Gayle Puget Sound On as fine Delaware grapes than Olmpiaon m i the same day people can gather ice Olympia as anywhere fi M L L f in Spokane Falls those of Olympia It must be borne in mind that the Dr Household Oint Â¬ fragrant garden northern extremity or boundary line can gather rich ment AGENTS FOR lJIL grown flowers between Washington and British Co derives its name from its loca- Â¬ lumbia is over a hundred miles high Â¬ Is the finest cure in the world It It CO tion at the falls of the Spokane river er latitude than Quebec Canada for absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures where we find the finest water power this fact lends additional interest and neuralgia and rheumatism in the world wonder to its endless attractions Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Taking the two sections together The navigable water front including in the most soothing manner Cures there is combined every ocean straits of San Juan De Fuca Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids element to meet the needs and Puget Sound rivers and large lakes Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Keep constantly on hand a full stock of Cuts bruises demands of mankind in every possi- Â¬ is something amazing and doubtless taken internally ble form Nothing can possibly evi- Â¬ will foot ud not less than 3000 miles burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ dence the attractiveness prosperity Lake Concunully is the most noted of ing corns and bunions are cured and desirability of a new country bet Â¬ all its famous lakes It is 60 miles quickly different from all else supe Â¬ AND ter than the solid fact that the emi long and nowhere over three miles rior to all else it has no equal 25 and 60c boxes large size cheapest Sold than one wide nor frant population hasinincreased three hundreds lessfeet deep and the water at Phil Carpenters drug store South the past ten thousand but the most of 52 years and that since the first railroad singular part of it is its surface is Side penetrated that region a few years something like 200 feet above the Co- Â¬ Old fashioned double thicked tin ago there are now 2000 miles built lumbia river into whioh it empties 35 and enough projected to gridiron the the distance between the two being ware at Buckleys State from center to circumference These are stupendous results and coupled with the fact that it is the extreme north weac corner of the x88a United States aro enough to create a Highest of all in Leavening Power XT S Govt Report Aug vjt thinking force in any ordinary mind and lead us to but ono conclusion That is it is the end of migration and hence speedy and certain devel- Â¬ CF BROWER HO 1 I - W V - WALL PAPER NEW STYLES Â¬ SPECIAL DESIGNS CHOICE PATTERNS and ARTISTIC EFFECTS of - hare artistic Â¬ Â¬ tory with k TliRIt Her C F W CO 4c Â¬ nt Cor Main Broadway Lexington MASTIK BROS Hales s ijn COLUMBUS BUGGY Mccormick binders andHowERS BUGfflHJS FARMING IMPLEMENTS HARNESS SARDLL FRA1TKFOBT ELEVATOB CpX C Roto tL i V ABSOUUTEiy PURE jfrasK nlft ii urn Baking Powder n -- 11 lUUd -- fHII m iihci j v Ml1MMraMMmliffnffi liii nWffnt fniffflfffWiiWI 1TT T riTiTir -- in Principal OlUce und Elevator foot SteeleSt Telephones Noa 2 and 30 BEST GEADE Bran- DT3ALERL sClalpini BmiAHPt ws i mm il iTvnffiiriittSiMKi rFWI I mm w wpn nwint iMNm J0 niriiuiA SWH3 Personal i - Mr T H Wiley has returned from Cincinnati Mr Hord Brown has returned from Aurora 111 Miss Lucy Hill is visiting friends in Winchester Mrs W J Hughes is visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Lexington Rev A 0 Hensley of this city is in Washington City Miss Christine Reynolds is visiting friends in Lexington Gen Fayetto Hewitt returned from a trip to Europo Wednesday Gen T T Garrard of Clay county is in the city visiting friends Mrs Dan Roche and Mrs W J Parker of Paris are in the city Miss Gamette McKay of Bards town is visiting Miss Joe Duvall Mr Harris Johnston of Louisville attended the hop Thursday night Mr M Stewart Cann of Ashland waB in the city the first of the week Mr John R Shaw and wife returned Monday from a visit to Somerset Judge Jas H Bowden of Louisville has been in the city this week Mr Thomas S Stagg of Abilene Texas is visiting his parents in this Â¬ Â¬ city Mr Lyne Starling of Greenville Mississippi is visiting relatives in jtf- - this city Mrs Jas P Metcalfe of Lexington cuiue uuwii luuiiuuy aiiuriiuuii iu vis Â¬ it friends - - 11 take in the Fall Celebration at Louisville next week and the week follow- Â¬ ing Tiss May Milward of Lexington has been visiting Miss Margaret Lewis returned home Tuesday morn- Â¬ ing Mr J H Culter and wife of Louis ville who have been visiting rela- tives in th iam Tr I recurneanome wed- A J nesday arsmith who has Mr Shti ouisville and Cin- been vlsi cinnati fjB 46 past ten days has returned 1 K m Mrs S cmHtiJtti pard and little daugh- ter of I rMWBk ut were visiting the family qilBSRRT Stevenson last week Â¬ Winchester Democrat Mr and Mrs George F Berry re- Â¬ turned home Saturday morning from a trip to New York Misses Emily and Lillie Herman of Louisville are visiting Miss Mary Schweer on South Side Mrs W H Jeffries left Thursday afternoon for a two weeks visit to her mother in Louisville Mr Dallas Grigsby and wife of Dallas Texas are visiting his sister Mrs J H Rieb South Side Miss Jessie Richards of Louisville who has been visiting Miss Rebecca Johnson returned home Saturday Mr J G Bain of Bagdad and Mrs Lucy Bohannan of Florida are visit Â¬ ing airs Mattie Moore in this city Miss Bessie Bell of Louisville who s been visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson lrned home Saturday afternoon vlr Geo F Bagby left Monday afternoon for Cincinnati to attend medical college the coming winter Dr S B Holmes left Monday after- Â¬ noon for a trip to Big Stone Gap Vir- Â¬ ginia and Johnson City Tennessee Mr John Selbert of Evansville Indiana is visiting his daughter-in-laMrs M A Selbert in this city Mr Jo 0 Bailey Circuit Court Clerk of Woodford county has been visiting Mr J M Saffell this week Quite a number of our people will w State Geologist Jno R Proctor re- Â¬ turned from a short trip to Europe Wednesday Mr Marvin Averill will leave Monday for Louisville to take a course of lectures in medicine Miss Carrie Hampton of Frank fort attended the Fair Thursday Â¬ George Km Rev and Mrs Dr 0 H Ireland of Fairmouth Jef-ferson cq inty ivy j are visiting Mrs E M Ha sbrougn in Bellepoint Miss BBrtha Selbert of Cincinnati who hasibeen visiting her cousin Miss Carrie Selbert in this city re Â¬ turned ifqme Monday afternoon Mrs CfO Todd left Monday after- Francisco California nc forJSanhusband Lieutenant 0 it hnr d U S N who is serving with liertean Association Limited j3H Arnold Esq editor of xb of Middlesborough were in ifib Squadron ex A Arthur Enterprise Downey Blair For seTtral years I have recommended tantic to the inspiring strains of The use of Castorla is so unlTcrsal and Castorla and shall always continue to its merits so well known that it seoms a work your as has invariably produced beneficial Every room Eichorns Orchestra do so it of supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results was beautifully decorated with flow-Â¬ M D Edwin F Pard within easy reach ers and were crowded with guests Carlos Martth DD City Bought a Farm The Winthrop 125th street and 7th Ave New York New York City until a late hour As the Judge and Late Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church Mr James V Hughes of the firm his estimable wife stood receiving the Co of thi city congratulations of their guests they of W J Hughes Tin CsirrAtm Company 77 Murrat Street New York has purchased from Mrs Bettie yin looked every whit as happy as they gate her faim of 231 acres lying near did twenty five years ago and almost Woodlake for eighteen thousand as young They were remembered dollars in handsome style by their many friends and one room was devoted to Paralyzed a display of their presents so numer- Â¬ Mrs Milton wife of Mr B T Mil Â¬ ous were they o ton was stricken with paralysis at IS v midland L her home in Lexington on Monday Her aged husband has many friends A lively war is going on between ALL SIZES in this city who deeply sympathize the L N and Kentucky Midland with him in the great affliction which Railroads over the side track con- Â¬ STYLES PRICES N necting the two roads in the L has come upon his family FOR yards was laid at the expense Next Tuesday Here The track PEOPLE OF ANY AGE of the Midland on the ground owned Dr W I Kelley of Cincinnati will by the L OR SEX N and without it the pay his regular monthly visit to this Midland has great difficulty in back- Â¬ city on Friday next the 26th inst ing into its freight yards and it is and will be in his usual quarters at claimed by the Midland officials that the Capital Hotel ready to receive the L N people know this and Agents for the Celebrated all his old patients and as many new have lately been trying to hamper the GBOTCHEB ROBERTS COVENTRY RIVALS PAR ones as may need his services AGON IROQUOIS c Midland in revenge for certain Correspondence Solicited 2VA St Clair St FRANKFORT KY i freights that the Midland gets now Hop which tho L N used to monopo- Â¬ lize and also because the Midland The young meu of this city gave an Kentucky Central Railway L N run a elegant hop at the Capital Hotel Ball refused to let the BLUB GRASS ROUTE1 upon that part of the Room on Thursday night Quite a switch around Shortest and Quickest route from Crowded and Everybody track in question so that at any time number of ladies and gentlemen from the L and N desired to do it the OENTUALALLKENTUCKY Satisfied and Many POINTS TO a distance were in attendance and Midland would be effectually blocked Praisinj Him EAST NORTH WESL AND SOUTHWEST the occasion was thoroughly enjoya- Â¬ out of its track and freight yard All within the past few months cul- Â¬ ble dancing being kept up until the this PAST LINE BETWEEN minated on Thursday in an attempt small hours of the morning LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI by the L and N to out butt the loco- Â¬ m motives of the Midland The track riJllEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 11TH 1890 havingybeen blocked and held with Sold His Place freight fcars by the L and N a few Nol Sunday No 3 M Woodson has sold his days past either inadvertently or South Hound Mr D No4 Mn le only purposely and the officials of the L Ex Sun Daily Ex Sun Accom place on the Owenton pike about and N showing no disposition to botCln dcLex one mile from the city to Mr Andrew for three thousand dollars and ager Harper of the Midland deter Â¬ Leitch Lve Cincinnati 810am 8 OOpiu 285pm 800s remenis Lve Covington 818am 8 09um 245uui 81 will remove to Olympia Washington mined to put into use bidedown time dy Accordingly he his 9 4iuui 917pm 408pm 10 Falmouth to reside in the early spring In the and when the L and N pulled their Cynthiann lutt7aui 10 00pm 607pm 1040am 11 lUam 1023pm 6 40pm 11 15am Paris Arr meantime Mrs Woodson and chil- Â¬ cars off the track Thursday intend- Â¬ Lexington 1200pm 1055pm 6 80pm lzuum dren will spend the winter with her ing to replace them with others Mr 545pm X 1120am Lve Paris Harper had his switch 620pm Arr Winchester 1205pm mother in Marshall Missouri and train ready to back tne engine with a 780pm Midland cars liiopm Kicnmona Mr Woodson give his time to com- Â¬ upon the track As soon as this was Lancaster 4 65pm Stanford 5 80pm pleting some work he has on hand at noticed by the L and N the big 155pm Lve Richmond switch engine which is more power- Â¬ Big Stone Gap Virginia 305pm ArrBerea ful than the Midland engine backed m Livingston 520pm the Midland a train of cars No Henry Sawyier Dead with and endeavoredintopush the Mid- Â¬ HsaB aHsm to cars No 3 Acol No s Nol Sunl land cars and locomotive off the NorthBound Ex Sun Ex Sun Dally only I The sad news was received in this track It succeeded but finally had Ex Sun Lex ClU city Thursday morning of the death to go across the river to get water absence the Midland of Mr Henry W Sawyier which and during its again upon the track Lve Livingston 800am backed down event occurred at 7 oclock Wednes- Â¬ where Mr Harper held the cars in Berea 1025am Arr Richmond 11 45am day evening at Greenville Missis Â¬ their place with rails laid across the Lve Stanford 7 00am U l sippi where he had been for the track and spiked That is the atti- Â¬ Lancaster 7 45am present but W D Arr Richmond 1000am 3 8 D REA tude of the situation at past year clerking in the office of the it will have to be settled at railroad Lve Richmond 105pm 610am Georgia Pacific Railroad Company headquarters or be carried to the Arr Winchester 164pm 715am SURGEON AND SPECIALIST 283pm 748am Paris He had been sick only about ten days courts And In charge of the Electrical and Surgical Lve Lexington 200pm 700am 346pm 240ll with malarial fever and it was not 2 45pm 8 53am 4 21pm 3 21pl Paris County DepartmentKyofatthe Coffee Medical Institute Cynthiana 3 15pm 823am 4 44pm 3 40p the Louisville known until Wednesday that he was Population of the raimoutn 4 02pm 913am 5 26pm 4 86PJ 680pm seriously ill His father Dr N J Arr Covington The population of this county is CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT Arr Cincinnati 5 85nm 10 35am 038pm 6 2DE 6S5pl 5 45pm 10 45am Sawyier left here that afternoon to at announced by the Supervisor of the TfAYSVILLE BRANCH SATURDAY SEPT 27 1 Day tend his bedside but he had been Census to be 21220 an increase of No Nog Daily Daily North Bound dead many hours when the Doctor 2527 since 1880 Returning every month durlnc the year Ex Sun Ex Suit Dr Rea has been connected with the largest m His remains will arrived be hospitals In the country and has no superior In 2 85PJ 800 pieces of velvet and silk ribbons diagnosing and treating diseases and deformi Lve Cincinnati brought to this city for interment 43 PI ties Ue will give 50 for any case that he can Lve Covington in black and colors at low prices 700a m 4 50p The announcement of the time of the not tell the disease and where located In five Lve Lexington 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL 7 53am 5 45 pi minutes He will return to Frankfort every Lve Paris m 8 10am UK funeral will be made at the churches Arr Millersburg four W66ks tills y6tr 8 43 am 686 A few more of the number 7 cook Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Dis Arr Carlisle 9 34am 78C Arr Johnson Chronic Cutnrrh eases Acute stoves at Buckleys 36 10 15 a m 805 pi Diseases of the Eye Eur Nose Throat and Arr Maysville truck bemcr absent at supper under- took to drive the truck to the fire In leaving the Engine House the horse suddenly swerved and instead of going out his own door tried to go out the same one through which the hose wagon had just left The wheels of the truck struck tho post dividing the two doors and Mr Herring was thrown forward to tho pavement alighting upon his head and shoul Â¬ ders bruising him very severely The horse ran on to the scene of the fire dragging the shafts which had broken off the truck but stopped as soon as he reached the hose wagon doing no further damage Mr Her Â¬ ring is confined to his bed from his injuries but is doing as well as could be expected 1865 1890 v Tlie Silver Wedding Judge W II Sneed and wife cele Â¬ brated the twenty fifth anniversary of their marriage at St Elmo their elegant residence on the corner of Todd and Shelby streets Wednesday evening and the affair was a pro- Â¬ nounced social success Tho beauti- Â¬ ful grounds were brilliantly illumi- Â¬ nated with Chinese lanterns and looked a veritable fairy land A large pavilion was erected just east of tho house where an elegant lunch was served and later in the evening the young people tripped the light fan iffivmiiiMI for Infants and Children Castoria euros Colic Constipation Bour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation sleep and promotes di Kills Worms gives 1 P Castor is so well adapted to children that I recommend it aa superior to any prescription n A Altera M D known to mc HI So Oxford St Brooklyn N T Without Injurious medication BICYCLES J HIS ROOMS flttif iliB fB aflflt T AK5i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Tliey Anxiously Await Him Lungs Dyspepsia President of y Thursday If WA3 TUT HTf1nt-t-M has headaUiirters at Mr H R Wil liams grocory corner of Bridge and teconu nirievs wneru nu cajkbi 10 u f teraorM having businpJEiVfr- se fAXAW j vVheelorCarriage oCo of Louis- 11a la In rhi fnw fanr Antra nrttl ACT representing The popular and justly celebrated physician Dr Rea was at the Capi- Â¬ tal Hotel on Wednesday Sept 3 His arrival here is always anxiously awaited by the large number of pa tients who are under his care and who by his skillful treatment are be Â¬ A HATtTBAXi SS1UCDX TOM ing rabidly cured Dr Rea has only the most aggravating cases to deal Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hjitct with an they apply to him after their regular physician has failed In the lei St Tituf Dance NerToainew face of this fact however he through Hypochondria Melancholia In- skillful manipulation tne and thorough knowledge which he pos- Â¬ brlty Sleeplessaeis Dint- sesses is making a grand success and MM Brain and Spinal convincing the skeptical that he un Â¬ 4 Weakness derstands his business Â¬ ffWJlgk lms avoii Epilepsy Young Brgnts Disease Dia Â¬ betes Kidneys Liver Bladder Chronic Female und Sex Â¬ ual Diseases South Bound Ex Sun No to Dally No isaiiyi - oTi iu aui t u- or Positive and Fits CiareeS Aged Men Middle Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency as the result of self abuse In youth or excess In maturer years and other causes producing some of the following ellects us emissions blotches debility nervousness dizziness confusion of Ideas aversion to society defective memory and sexual exhaustion which unlit the victim for business or marrluKe are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES Sypulllsand complications as sore throat fall Ingot hair pain In the bones eruptions etc are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or other Injurious drugs Gonorrhoea Uleet Stricture and nil Urinary and Kidney Troubles are speedily cured by treat irent that has never fulled He undertakes no Incurable leases butjeurea thousands given up to die nr JVJ J I iU UttJO UilU Baa lorMime epartinr jjwnen1l isdayfevi 3anford H Jt wiu un- bor of the Engine jurned in Smith nr laader attractions The grandest crath- oringofturf celebrities overseen at any one meeting raio aito aunoi Nancy Hanks Jack Alabaster Dr Sparks and other world beaters will be there Thursday September 25th Sunol will attempt to beat tho record The Kentucky Central Railway will sell excursion tickets at all stations September 21st to 26th Good to re Â¬ turn until September 29 1 This medicine has direct action upon the nerve centers allaying all irriU he Queen City full mile meeting bilitlea and Increasing tho flow and power of nerve fluid It Is perfectly harmless m s place at Cincinnati Ohio Sept and I 24 leaves no unpleasant effects Zi and za ureat races un Trots vUi J Our Pamphlet for sufferers of nervous di Remember the date and como early as his seases will be sent free to any address and rooms are always crowded wherever he stops medicin poor patients can also obtain this CONSULTATION FREE free ofcharge from us This remedy nos Dean preparea oy me jieyerenu Correspondence solicited and confidential Ad Â¬ Pastor KccnfK 01 Fort wayne Ind for the yna dress JUVHCJ B J W LMUNBUIM ten years anid is now preparea under bis direo uen i rossr Tray pass r Agt Hon by the VAA1VA duk Ulliuiuimu J ww uen WftHi MawiwnaCHCA80 IUU Coffee H E nuNTlNUTON vice Pres Mtata Mf Otatw It GENERAL OFFICES NO 520 FIFTH STREET lOLBSV DRUGGISTS Chamber of Commerce Building Clue We now have double dally NOTE Vettles fer f S ver Beetle Vrle LOUISVILLE vice on Sundays both ways between Lexington Ky fSxam JWjGAYMt JiV IiiAW Md Iiiiur jn J iXtl vtw5Â¬ Remember the Date 6 20 am i5P5Lve Maysville 5 57 am zwepa Lve Johnson 6 49 am SKII Lve Carlisle 7 15 am 8471 Lve Millersburg 7 40 am 4161 Arr Paris Lexington 8 85am 6 80 Arr 10 85 a m 7 801 Covincton Arr 10 45 a m 6 Arr Cincinnati Nos 13 and 14 ltun Sundays only ncd all stons No 1 ltuns dally from Lexington to Cll nun No 43 Leaves Lexington 1000 a m Paris 1045 a m Except Sunday No b Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Falmouth 710 n m Excent Sunday j rains jnoh 7 una 0 01 tne a- v jraia now leave and arrive at til Accommodation Fourth street depot Cincinnati betwee and Smith streets Beginning July 1 trail 1 and u the Lexington Accommodation use same depot TRAIN NOTES No 3 runs daily be Lexington and Cincinnati No 4 runs between Cincinnati and Lexington Nos 2 und 6 make connections at Wlm M V itr for nolnts on the NN IMPORTANT Trains of this line now a und depart from the central union pasi Station Cincinnati making conm tlon tor all points North Km st und West Through Tickets sold and Baggage ch any point reacnea ny a ranroaa For full particulars address or call mrnnt of the comnunv or - Medical Institute tl Dr8ggUtakort iIRiAS vnamuiiBif I vrf tfxmmwm - Henry O DeMille The play will be Patronize home industries and presented under tho direction of Mr buy Miles Sons flour Gov Bubknor haa appointed Hon Daniel Frohman and by tho following and John VV Rowlett of Hart- county cast of ladiesBurongentlemen St Mil Â¬ rector of John Van Steward of ho Fceblc Mindod Insti Â¬ dreds Boyd Putnam Dick Vim Bu Â¬ Oreighton tute to succeed Mr J Monroe Adair ron firm of Van Buron who has tendered his resignation to Wall street known on tho street as The Earthquake Henry Herman take effect October 14th Judge Peter Gurney Knox loft over from a past era unablo to catch up Sued In tlie U S Court with tho present Thomas H ofBurns Wall Franklin Cruger tho king The Citizens National Bank of street Thomas Oberle Mr Creigh fw Jeffersonville Ind has filed a suit of ton junior partner of the firm of van iV Buron Oreighton J S Hale Alec attachment in the U S Court at Robinson ambitious to be dubbed on Louisville against Squire 0 W change Alexander the Great Wal- Â¬ Threlkeld and M B Lucas and wife ter Thomas Mr Betts the organist of St Mildreds Gregory Pax of this county on a note for 2500 ton confidential A W of Van Buron clerk Co executed to Sawyer Wallace Oreighton Frank Lawrence Cain a thing of shreds and patches advancements upon tobacco for m Master Vaughn Jasper a servant Robert Tiffany Ann Cruger a New Held Over York girl Ruth Carpenter Phyllis Both the method aud results when Lee in love with Dick Frances The examining trial of Messrs A Gaunt Boss Van Buren tired pf dolls Syrup of Figs ia taken it is pleasant C Henry Ed S Grant and Robert ready for beaux Bessie Tyree Mrs and refreshing to the taste and acts Evans upon the charge of cutting and Camilla DePeyster who dabbles in fently yet promptly on the Kidneys stocks Ethel Greybrooke and Boweh cleanses the sys wounding Capt R S Burnett several Buren the rectors mother Mrs VanÂ¬ Eliza Lo- tem effectually dispels colds headago took place yesterday gan weeks mnIncfhnfnrA Snnlro IVToTlnnnlrl rind This superior cast and the rare per-Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual a r uranc ana juvans V constipation Â¬ Syrup of Figs is the of Deing fectionin detail in scenery and accesresulted in sories all the Lyceum productions only remedy of its kind ever prodischarged and Henry being held is assurance of a series of superb per- Â¬ duced over to the Circuit Court to answer a formances The advance sale of seats ceptablepleasing to the taste and ac to the stomach prompt in charge of misdemeanor in the sum is now progressing Opera House Wednesday Sept 24 its action and truly beneficial in its of 500 effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its Liver Deatli of Southey Darnell many excellent qualities commend it HoW is your liver working Are to all and have made it the most From the Clinton Mo Democrat troubled Southey Darnell died September you bilious Are you feel tired with popular remedy known sale constipation Do you and Syrup of Figs is for in 50c 1800 being 51 years old He was languid th Do you wish to feel well and 1 bottles by all leading drugorn in wooaiora county Ky Au Dr Hales Household Any reliable druggist who ust 1839 He lived on the farm andnappy the marvelous change Tea gists will work it he was born until he was 21 removes an ouiousness creates a neai may not have it on hand will prowhere years of age Ho came to Henry appetite and prolongs life 25 and cure it promptly for any one who county Missouri in the spring of 50c packages sold at South Side wishes to try it Do not accept any 1861 He enlisted in the Confederate drug store substitute service in May of the same year and 3 P H Carpenter went to Jefferson City with the first CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO company that was raised in Henry Tobacco growers go to R 8AN FRANCISCO CAL K Mo county commanded by Capt Owens LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY Olures and get you a suit of oil He was in the engagements at Car- Â¬ water proof slickers to cut your thage Wilson Creek and Lexington tobacco in 1 He was a cool headed brave man He went South the following winter under Gen Sterling Price and after- Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria ward on the east side of the Mis- aicsippi river he was transferred to a fcESSwL -HKentucky reoriment from his old The Best of the Season lfome He went baok to Kentucky af Dont forget ter peace was made and was married reliable Air Linethat the popular and will run Harvest Ex- Â¬ tojMiss Sallie Webb of Simpsonville that State Four children were born cursions to the West and South West to them three of whom are still liv-Â¬ on September 8th and 9th 22d and ing For several years he continued 23dOctober 13th and 14th at one fare on the farm and then moved to for the round trip The territory toÂ¬ Frankfort and worked in a large which tickets may be bought com- Â¬ flouring mill when his health began prises South western Missouri Kan to fail He then went to Cincinnati sas Nebraska North western Iowa Â¬ where his family still reside He Minnesota Arkansas Indian Terricame to Missouri to his brothers in tory Texas New Mexico Colorado Bich Hill in May 1890 In the effort Wyoming and the new States North to regain his health he used the water and South Dakota The Air Line is makes the at El Dorado Springs but this seemed the Short Line cars and isbest time the only to give no lasting benefit He then has the finest went to Conley Springs in Vernon line running Vestibuled Trains with county He gained several pounds Parlor and Dining Car on day trains in weight in two weeks but then had and Pullman Palace Sleepers on night a relapse which left him very weak trains If you are going dont fail to He came to his aunts Mrs J H Tay- Â¬ write to ai B L Bryant lor where he died Traveling Passenger Agent Mr Darnell had been an invaild for more than a year from dyspepsia S E Corner Third and Main streets ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE He was very patient under his afflic- Â¬ Louisville Ky m tion He united with the Christian Church at Grassy Springs in Wood- Â¬ A PERMANENT CURE LeCompte Gayle Co ford county Ky when a boy where For years I was troubled with the his membership still remains undersigned Joseph LeCompte and J W He talked with the writer about most malignant type of Chronic THE ayle do Hereby associate themselves tobecome Incorporated under these his affliction and said he knew his Blood Trouble After trying various gether andIncorporation articles of time was short but that he was ready other remedies without getting any 1 The iiuiii6 of the corporation shall be The Gayle Company and to depart when his time came and benefit I was induced by Joe Schell LeCompte corporation shall sue under said name said and be said if he died while in Henry county a barber who has since moved to contract and be contracted with and shallsued ache wanted to be buried here He St Louis and who was cured by quire and hold property Said corporation may was buried on the 5th day of Septem- Â¬ Swifts Specific of a Constitutional have and use a common seal and may alter same ber at Fields Creek Church He died Blood Trouble to take S S S A few at2pleasure Said corporation shall Wave power to buy as he had lived a consistent Chris bottles cured me permanently I also and Improve and sell real estate situated In the they tian and his hopes were bright as to consider S S S the best tonic I ever city ol Frankfort Ky such asconsider the mem bers of the corporation may saw While taking it my weight in- Â¬ or proper for the transaction of a necessary the future llrst class A Friend creased and my health improved in drug business or for the protection or enhance every way I have recommended S ment of said business Said corporation shall have S S to several friends and in every drug power to conduct a wholesale and retail Put on tho Urnkcs business 3 The nrlnclnal nlace of transactliur the busi you find you nro going down hill in point case they were satisfied with the re- Â¬ II ness of said corporation shall be In the city of sults of health Falling strength impaired diges Â¬ Ky A New Steward u - R K McCLURE Is receiving daily his Fall Stock of lu uIIujju a HIT W i ONE lVJOYS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We have a large stock of the very best goods and having bought before the big advance in leather can for the present give our friends goods at the old prices Our s BUELL BOOTS Are the only real water proof boots Our I Â¬ Â¬ RAILROAD BOX BOOTS Our Are extra 250 BOOT I Is we think best for the mone in the country I R K McCLURE DR ELLIOTTS Medicated Food A Sure Curo for all Diseases in Â¬ HORSES Cattle Sheep and Hogs Arlslnc from Impurities of the Blood and from Functional Derangements A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS AND A Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ CERTAII PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA Â¬ ft f tion and assimilation aro the marks of decline Check these and oilier indications of prema Â¬ ture decay with tio grand vltallzer aud re Â¬ straining tonic Ilostetters Stomach Bitten Beginning at the fountain head tho stomach the Hitters remedies Its InelUcloncy corrects its errors and sets it vigorously at work The digestive organ is thus enabled to thoroughly separate from tho food its nutritive princi- Â¬ ples which the blood assimilating Is enriched Thus is the system nourished and being nour Â¬ ished strengthened and abuormal waste of its tissues stayed Appetite the power to rest well a regular liable aro also re established and the various functions move once more in their natural and healthful groove The Bit Â¬ ters moreover is a sped lie for and preventive of malarial complaints rheumatism bilious Bess and kidney troubles Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria First shipment of Norfolk Oysters received to day at J Heeneys South 2 lt Side grocer B - Lost A gold band bracelet The finder will be rewarded by leaving 2 same at this office The Charity Ball Last seasons great New York Lyce- Â¬ um Theater success Tho Charity Ball will be the attraction next Wednes Â¬ day night at the Opera House It is reported to be one of the most bril Â¬ liant of modern plays and is entiroly new outside of New York where its oareer at tho Lyceum Thealer was measured by an uninterrupted run of 200 nights and where it proved one of the most magnetic attractions in the history of that very successful playhouse The Charity Ball is a so- Â¬ ciety comedy in four acts with scene laid in Now York delineating the lights and shades of human interest in that interesting way that is so char Â¬ acteristic of all the works of the au Â¬ thors Messrs David Belasco and f The Bett In tit World Use n Otktr K Frankfort 4 The capital stock of said corooratton shall not exceed twenty live thousand 25000 dollars and same shall be divided Into shares of 100 Owen each Said capital stock shall be Issued and paid In paid for at times and upon such terms as the A MASS Mu3 Gm board of directors may from time to deter Â¬ I am so grateful for the beneficial mine The certificates of stock shall time signed be by the results obtained from using S S S retary president and countersigned by the sec- Â¬ that I want to add my testimony to 5 The private property of stockholders shall that already published for the pub- Â¬ beG exempt from the corporate debts shall lic good I was a mass of sores be- Â¬ time The satd corporation greaternot at any one subject Itself to a amount of fore using but am now entirely debtedness or liability than an amount equal In to cured one half of the paid up capital stock 0 McCarthy 7 The oftlcers of the corporation shall be a St Louis Mo board of directors shall Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases and management ofwho affairs have the control Its be n president and secretary mailed free There shall also and also If desired by the board of directors SWIFT SPECIFIC CO such other olllcers as may from time to time be Atlanta Ga constituted by the by laws and appointed In IMT-A-IIfcconformity therewith T Joseph LeCompte shall bo president and J W a lasting and Gayle shall be secretary of said corporation and HACKMETACK fragrant perfume Price 25 and 50 shall hold their ottlces until their successors beÂ¬ chosen us hereinafter provided On the 3d Mon cents day In January 1891 and on the 3d Monday In 28 For sale by J W Gayle Januaiy of each succeeding year thereafter the stockholders shall meet and elect from their number u board of directors who shall hold their oftlces until their successors be chosen j- -The board of directors so chosen shall on the same day elect the president and secretary of tho corporation und such other olllcers as may have been constituted us hereinbefore provided The fcB6FThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement president secretary und said other olllcers shall ANNA KERSEY PAYNE3 SCHOOL be removable at the pleasure of tho board of MRS open September 15 1890 For particu- Â¬ directors If for any reasou the annual meeting short time of the stockholders be not held at the time here Â¬ lars apply at No 418 East Broadway in provided It shall bo held on a day as soon Aug 30 lm thereafter as practicable and duo notice of the time und place of such meeting shall be given to each stockholder In the event of the death or resignation of any one of the directors the re Â¬ mainder of the board shall act us the entire board of directors In meetings of the stock- Â¬ holders each share of stock shall entitle the -- DK1LXBS INholder to one vote and a majority In Interest u quorum for the traduction of shall constitute business and In meetings of the board of direc- Â¬ tors a majority In number shall constitute a quo- Â¬ An4 AgNUa for rum for transaction of business 8 The corporation shall commence business as soon us 10000 stock shall bo subscribed for Hi No stock shall be Issued until pilcl for In full M In cash 0 The president and secretary elected by th Wall Pipn Dtcotifai board of directors shall be elected from thel number but other oftlcers constituted by the by1 laws should there be such other oftlcers may or HABNESS LDU PLASTER CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND MIXES PUM7 may not be directors or stockholders BHOTSLS CBOW BABS DBILL8 IBON AND 8TKKL Witness our hands this 27th day of August A FULL LINK OF 8KWEB AND FLUE FIFE COB BBOADWAY AND LXWI8 8T T 1890 Jos LkComitk Jalylfrtt S A Wright 0 Crutoher Frankfort Druggist Midway Pa AB Florian Woodlake OF SORES W Chapman L A Jett JACOB S WIGERT CO OUST Have Removed From the Baltzel Building STZEBZEIET TO H101 MD 102 MN STREETS in SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Basement of the Capital Hotel - Uliles J E m FLOUR AMD ARCTIC CE I COLLINS St - Shot ana sp ffllWflRE Laflin i Aug 30 4t J W Gaylb V- - c to be expended in constructing sew Â¬ and found it more beautiful in many ers and the canal the latter to bo respects than Mammoth Cave though four miles long and 750000 for the not on so grand a scale The stalac Â¬ Catered at Um post ottoe at Fraokfort Keatocky construction of water works the res Â¬ tite and stalagmite formations were as eeeeod elaas mailable matter ervoir for which is to be erected upon very interesting especially in tho flEO A LEWIS Editor aa4 PMlsher the mountain south of the Gap and Queens Chamber Ghost and The cavern has been exsystem is to be put in un Â¬ Chamber the whole der tho supervision of Gen Waring plored for about eight miles and it is FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 20 1890 of New Jersey the celebrated hy- Â¬ said the end of it has never been found We went in two or three drostatic engineer The large blast funace of Watts miles the chambers and halls the en Â¬ Bros Iron and Steele Syndicate is tire distance being illuminated with MIDDLESBOROUGH about completed and the steel works candles set in convenient places and of the same firm are being erected ns were relieved of the trouble of carry Â¬ The marvelous City are also the Boston Iron Works ing a lantern An elegant lunch was spread in one These three enterprises are combined In company with Squire Pat Mc under one management and repre- Â¬ of the large halls by the Board of Donald Mrs McDonald and Miss sent an investment of 350000o capi- Â¬ Trade of Cumberland Gap after parJennie McDonald of the Argus and tal They cover twenty live acres of taking of which most of the party Mr Win Cromwell of the Kentucky ground one of their buildings being came out and made the trip up to the Law Reporter we left this city on 300 feet wide by 1400 feet long and pinnacle of Mingo Mountain a point Wednesday afternoon of last week when in operation will employ 2500 2780 feet above the sea level and joined the Kentucky Press party men The Davis Charcoal Iron 1600 feet above the valley of Yellow numbering about 80 ladies and gen- Â¬ Works are in course of construction Creek Here again the ladies had tlemen nt Louisville and the same which will work 300 men and cost the advantage ns thoy rode up around night ran through to Middlesborough fi1finnnnn Tim Inrrrn tnnnnrv r the road on the Kentucky side while upon a special train of palace Messrs Hall Vaughan is in operation the men had to scramble up blind coaches which had been secured by employing 500 men ordinarily but in paths leading up the mountain side the Town Company and Commercial the bark season employes 1500 oper- which were steeper than the face of Club of Middlesborough The train atives In addition to these the fire- Â¬ Fort Hill was in charge of Capt B N Roller brick factory is in operation employ- Â¬ At the summit of the Gap we Bat one of the most careful of the L N ing 40 or 50 men a furniture factory down upon the stone marking the conductors and the trip was made in a burial casket factory and bent wood State line which is planted there fast time and without accident We works are in course of construction supposing we were in the States of arrived at our destination about seven and the Novelty Companys works Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia oclock Thursday morning and were for making bank furniture c will alL at the same time but a fellow i j met at the Station by a train upon soon be in operation These latter with a surveying instrument on his the dummy line which conveyed will employ a hundred or two men shoulder came along and told us us to the Middlesborough Hotel a and will represent about 1500000 of the stone we were sitting upon that was new and elegant building elocated up- Â¬ capital The Mingo Mountain Coal only pointer a and that the point at on a high bluff overlooking Cumber and Coke Co also have 1000 coke which the three States cornered was land Avenue the principal business ovens in fell blast Zinc works are street of the town and from the front in prospect and several planing mills some distance upto on the side of Canada Mountain tho right of the of which a beautiful view of the entire Gap and brick yards are in operation place can be had Here the ladies On road up we passed many When all these enterprises are in of the party were quartered and the full operation the population of this signs the marking the locations of the gentlemen took their meals but as wonderful town will increase rapidly and batteries which different the house was crowded with guests and is not improbable that she will were thereforts during the war and Prof it the male portion of the party had to be a city of 30000 inhabitants in the Reese of the Lexington Transcript Bleep in the palace coaches which next five years Remember she is who was a soldier in an Ohio regi Â¬ were left standing upon a side track only thirteen months old now She ment and stationed there in 1863 for tho purpose vicinity pointed out the location of others At 930 a m a public meeting was has in her immediate stone fire iron When we clay coking coal building reached the Pinnacle leg held at the Opera House where an and timber in almost intochaustable weary and perspiring at every pore address of welcome was delivered by of mineral we were amply repaid by the magnifi- Â¬ Mayor John M Brooks which was guantities and all kinds In a tent cent view we had of Powell Valley in responded to by Urey Woodson Esq paints are in abundance and the surrounding called the exposition hall splendid Tennessee Messenger Owensboro of the samples of all the above are exhibit- Â¬ mountains The weather was cloudy President of the Press Association give some idea of the amount and the valley often obscured the A second address of welcome from ed To done there we will mist or clouds flying around our feet the Middlesborough Town Company of business being say that at the time of our visit 172 like wreathB of smoke but while and Commercial Club was delivered by up we in the yards of President Alex A Arthur which was freight cars were to be unloaded the resting from our scramble enjoy had and ample opportunity to the waiting esponded to by Col John O Hodges railroad 200 more were side tracked between scenery as the clouds cleared away of the Kentucky Trades Journal being very rapidly If we failed to sit down Lexington After which Gen Rus that point and Corbin there no room upon the yard at Middles- Â¬ in three States at the Gap we stood sel A Alger of Michigan who hapfor them to come in Teams in Virginia at the Pinnacle and looked pened to be in the city was intro borough great demand and hire for into Kentucky West Virginia North are in 1uced to the audience and delivered 500 per day Everything goes with Carolina and Tennessee which did short address All of the speakers a rush and the rain must be a hard just as well Upon a stone just at the ere very happy in their remarks one which stops a carpenter or other edge of the precipice at the Pinnacle id were liberally applauded At from his work To one we found the following je conclusion of the exercises Gen mechanic who had visited tho valley of Yellow uger neia an miormai reception two years ago the great pon the stage when almost the en Creek CHARLES STRUBBE j changes which have been wrought by are party embraced the opportunity I to take the distinguished Michigan the push and energy of the Town Mil Tel Op Company were indeed wonderful der by the hand j j August 1863 a trip m we From that time until 3 oclock we At 3 oclock p upon made the belt line town r occupied ourselves in looking about around the railroad a distance of thirteen miles the place which had so rapidly to view We were told by Private W H sprung into existence and gathering and had a good opportunity the numerous manufacturing estab Â¬ Polk editor of the Middlesborough Tacts in relation to the same being built and Democrat that a signal station was The location of Middlesborough is lishments which are maintained at that pointjduring the oc- Â¬ ot unlike that of Frankfort as it the coal mines in operation At 830 oclock we were ontertained cupancy of the Gap as a militaryÂ¬ es in tho valley of Yellow creek and Middles- Â¬ stronghold during the war and presurrounded by mountains and foot at an elegant banquet at the M O sume Mr Strubbe was in change of 3 on every side Cumberland Gap borough Hotel at which Hon Alford of Lexington presided as it at the time he carved his name with is about two miles to the east with toast master and responses to toasts a penknife in the stone Mingo and Canada mountains towIn looking for a short route down O Hodges ering on either side while the Cumber were made by Col John A Arthur the mountains we were shown a path Messrs Alex Gen iland range stretches out as far as the Thos AlgerArnold and others After leading down the almost perpendi- Â¬ M T eye can reach to the north and south the banquet the young people danced cular face of the cliffs and told it The streets of the town are a perfect was much the nearest It looked too bee hive of industry and large gangs until the wee sma hours while the dangerouB and we returned the way and of men are at work in every direction old fellows crept off to the train we went sliding walking jumping f upon the streets and the canal to bed got back to the train in t which has been dug to change the After breakfast Friday morning Mr and at last fair condition Some of the other if course of Yellow Creek and prevent its Thos H Arnold editor of the Mid- Â¬ boys tried the short route and did overflowing much of the town site in dlesborough News was called into not reach the Station until just before Knolls and the dining room and presented with case of high water the train left and then their being leveled with an elegant silver service and gold clothing was smeared with mud and mounds are steam shovels and the earth utilized headed umbrella by the members of they reported having several narrow to All up low places and even foot the Press Association escapes from being killed Harry Somers of the Elizabeth hills are being cut away where they At 4 oclock in the afternoon we poke their noses too far out into the town News delivering the speech returned to Middlesborough had a Manufacturing estabish- - when the first was presented and Sec Â¬ good supper and at 0 oclock took valley ments of all kinds are going up and retary I B Nail of the Farmers the train for Louisville all having many are in operation In addition to Home Journal making the remarks enjoyed the trip immensely tl T numerous buildings already erect in presenting the latter Mr Arnold NOTES nineteen two and made feeling responses to both after Vinegar as a beverage is not nd and twenty frame which we repaired to the Station and average newspaper jro going up on Cum took the train for a visit to the town relished by the Solo- Â¬ man iuo the merchants who of Cumberland Gap and King When the Bouillon was served at uy them are now doing mons Cave three miles away on the Ar- the banquet some of the boys didnt ainuss in tents and two hundred Tennessee side of tho mountains jidences are being erected in riving at tho other end of the tunnel know what it was and took sugar in under the Gap we were met by a theirn ariout parts of the town When it was learned that tho price The town had only one house in it committee of the Board of Trade of of lemonade at the little Btoro on the Gap and escorted to the little more than one year ago and Cumberland Pinnacle was 10 cents a glass Joe at a box frame and a population of cave the entrance to which is some Hedden wondered what the price about 50 persons living in tents distance upon the face of tho Mingo would bo in Heaven v hundreds of handsome busi Mountain and to reach it the gentle Judge Tipton tried tho nigh route climb up the mountain nd dwelling houses of modern mon had to cut in the rain while and fell about 15 feet out of Virginia architecture are comploted side by a short jupied and a population of tho ladies wore placed in convey- Â¬ into Tennessee Hardie Robertson of Bellepoint is cBona is claimed Tho town ances and taken around tho road n spent several hours in the cavern Assistant Postmaster at Middles 10 We v has appropriated FRAMFOflT ROUNDABOUT borough and 1b kept as busy as abee Tho Postmaster Hon D G Oolson is away from home a great deal Judge Cleveland of Galveston Texas and wife formerlyMiss Louise WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- f m W n Â¬ Â¬ Hardie of this city have been spend Â¬ RBAI BSTATAGBNT UVii COURTS OP ing the past two months at tho Mid- Â¬ TrrrT VBirrrmvth no lit Mvnnti TV franklin anil xtintntn Lvaid frill AlflO BIT anjutiAl attantfnnTit h dlesborough Hotel and sale ol ml estate collection tf rr nta eUlati Mr W H Polk editor ofthe Mid- Â¬ nd the uctHMtM tf loans Ofler opposite tt dlesborough Democrat still has his ConrWOMe office in a tent but expedts soon to move to tho upper story of a hand somo new building Ho was around SELL LI doing the polite to the boys and is WILLOctober AT PUBLICS Cu t ON THE23D Snm Steele the farm of lying on tho Kentucky river 9 miles below Frank Â¬ the same old genialfellow fort containing 214 acroi 110 of It In bluegrnss Cumberland Avenue is four miles dwelling house and out bulldlngs 2 tenement houses laro barn und stables nil In long and the lots fronting upon it are tion Will sell at the Minn time stockgood condi- Â¬ und crop carriage buggy wagon and funning Implements held at four hundred dollars a front All sums under 20 cash over that amount C M FOR SALE foot V months credit with good security tBMW- iHMJmmlIF EADAMS nugMd MARY I STEELE Administratrix v FARM FOR SALE T OFFER FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN 1 my farm containing 170 acres at the mouth of KlkVornon tho Kentucky river In Franklin county It Is mostly bottom land und Is suitable for the cultivation of corn ami tobacco It Is llnely watered by ponds and springs and has about 20 acres well set In bluegrasi It has upon It a iood lesidenee good barn and other neces Â¬ sary out buildings so located us to make u de Â¬ lightful home For terms call on or address my attorneys Scott fc VIolett Frankfort Ky 10 utig 6m MAUY V QUARLES ff II r JljamwVVammmLl s1anr MICROBE aflSa KILLER of the Age Â¬ The Greatest Discover OLD IN THEORY BUT THE REMEDY RECENTLY DISOOVDRED Cures Without Fail CONSUMPTION ASTHMA HAY FEVER BRONCHITIS RHEUMATISM DYS Â¬ PEPSIA CANCER SCROFULA DIABETES BRIGHTS DIS- Â¬ EASE MALARIAL FEVER DIPTHERIA and CHILLS Â¬ Try Bass Bog Fooliry Remedy i CATARRH J Â¬ In short all forms ot Organic und Functional Disease The Cures effected by this Medicine are In many cases J W DruKgist OAYLE FRANKFORT Mar lyr 1 For Sale by Old Market house Corner Sold only In Jugs containing One Gallon PRICE THHEE DOLLARS u small Investment when Health und Life can be obtained MIR A CIIGS History of the Microbe Killer CALL ON OR ADDRES - 3KY bV A j Free r jUJHJCiAfll J W 6AYLE Frankfort Ky Sole Agent for Franklin county Beware of Imitations Look out sepl4 ly or our Trade Mark Â¬ PARTIES WHO HAVE CLAIMS AGAINST estate of Or B F Duvall will present them to me properly proven on or before the 22d day of September 1890 All parties knowing themselves Indebted to said estate will please call und settle their accounts before said date LUCY DUVALL NOTICE 1890 ALL LEXINGTONS IF YOU WANT Sept 1st Admx Sept 6 lm GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK USE FRANKFORT CEMETERY CO CREAM Â¬ FLOUR ROLLER HEREBY GIVEN THE LOT NOTICE ISthat an election will TO held at the be store of It K McClure In Frankfort Ky Fri day October 3d between the hours or 10 and 1 oclock a m for the purpose ot electing seven E L SAMUEL trustees Sept 6 lm President MADS BY LEXINGTON MILLS KY COMPANY LEXINGTON FARM FOR RENT OR SALE acres situated within a few hundred yards of Summit Station on the Kentucky Mid Â¬ land Railroad about two miles east of Frank Â¬ fort und the same conveyed by H Mastln to C J Cheaney Is for rent for the year beginning March 1st 1891 or will be sold on liberal terms For particulars apply to Sept 6 tf ANK CHINN THE CHEANEY FARM CONTAINING ABOUT Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE IN FRANKFORT KY OHIO FrunKlort Ky Â¬ HSmflLLFflRm FORSRLE T WISH TO SELL THE FARM I NOW LIVE 1 on known as the Peter Dudley farm looated on the Frankfort and Versailles turnpike road two und n half miles from the former place con taining about FRIDAY SEPT 26 1890 FRIDAY OOT 17 1890 BLEEDING Coxed wlUieat Â¬ uy BLIND or largtcat operation little or bo win ITCHINB tad wit i 100 ACRES OP LAND iness market garden and tobacco culture each of those can be run at the same time success Â¬ fully for years Immediate possession can be given etc ROBT MCMILLAN Sept 13 lm This farm Is especially adapted to the dairy bus- Â¬ Chloroform Is Llpture or Knlff ttl node ot not neeeuary wttt FISTULA IN ANO Ii eared FISSUBES Out wttkee treateM - Vice-Preside- nt NEW MEAT STORE mm we tearing ULCERATION CATARRH Â¬ Of Uekewel eured THE SOUTH SIDE I WOULD RESPECT DrleDy haeaew MM Tlslttngthls city regt ONfully Inform the citizens of Frankfort that I urly for nearly seven jeans und the many cures have opened u be baimae waont tbe wealthy and infnrathk cltlzeni are BnfflclsnierMenoe of nil saceeM It is now a well establUfced fact that many die ases of tbe stomatn llrer kidney bladdes at 330 Second street South Frankfort where I womb and nerroua system are either caused of will constantly keep In stock all kinds of fresh ucKraratedby the eoeilstenee of PILS9 VlBTJh and salt meats sausage Ac My wagon will LA FISSURE or BXCTAL ULCBB muke regular trips every morning and deliver BRTOINCES meats at the door A share of your patrenuge Id solicited Dr K M Gober Frankfort Ky 33 Franklin Morris 6rarnsbirg J J T staten Frankfort Ky V vierberleh Frankfort Ky Bo L P Hulett Beaaon Kf THOS R GORDON JOHN C STROTUER rankfort Ky A H MeClare Blchard Fergutom frankf tort Kj GORDON W J Baches makfort Ky STROTHER E2JJO STOI5E urclclaarclt tt Attorneys-at-LaROOM 11 Jus w TYLER BUILDING West Xightb atreet Clnatanatl and when at may be found erety day at each week BXCKPT David Moore Benson Ky M WIthrow Frankfort Ky DR KBETiKTB office and residence U at Ml S E Oor Sixth and Main Streets KY PBIDAT8 AST SATUEDAYI Pamphlets deacdMsf these diseases and tal mode of treatment saat fm U aay one by ad dreselng LOUISVILLE Savings Bank und Trust Co Whole Â¬ Co Louisville Ky J M Robinson Dry Goods Louisville Ky Kentucky Na Â¬ sale Co tional Bunk Louisville Ky Dumap Bros Wholesale Saddlery Louisville Ky Refer to Mechanics Mur 27 Cm Praotice in all the Courts M D Cincinnati O369 West HitfhthSt W I KELLEY - W CONSULTATION TtBSM 1 1 - NO FALSE ALARM BUT a a TIE FACTS I sir II I mi I am aeterminedjfcmake a change in my business that is to sell the Dry Goods branch out entirely UUIloloWLUg Ul a iuu aosvrx iiucu l vjjl uud xaioou auu uuuou ucauauic X11IU Ul The same A s M 1 Im t im IV kept From the cheapest to the finest and all kinds of domestics usually xuujju in a first class Dry Goods House lur ttuutiiur tnau will as iuliy Uiar orancn ui guuus uiuai ue uiuacu uuu iu xuat So I will make such low prices as will sell them you all Interest and you will ed and - Domestic - Dress- - Goods -at once Call early while my stock is yet complete tlfia r This partic- g im m SAVE TMIE TABLE Newport efleot Sundny May 12th 1889 FULLY 50 PER CENT JBBm HePV w mv r V Rev Whitty Waldrop to A Happy Family No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Comm ence Treat- Â¬ Glencoe and Rev J E Wright to ment Taking There was a happy family reunion The Conference meets following time table will be in effect Maysville the at the residence of Mrs M F Mc next year at Harrodsburg upon this rond Ennis in Bellepoint on Sunday For TBAINB SOUTH the first time in many years all of her Going to Virginia 550 am o231eaveBFrankfort 825 a m o 17 loaves Frankfort children and grandchildren were 213 p m No 21 leaves Frankfort Rev G F Bagby D D who has gathered together under one roof 612 p m had the pastoral care of the Baptist Twenty persons old and young sat No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINB NOBTH Church in this city for the past six down to dinner with her on that day OCT 1003 a m years resigned his charge Sunday No 18 leaves Frankfort and a happier jollier party has sel- Â¬ 500 p m morning having No 20 leaves Frankfort received a call to dom been gathered together Those 910 p m No 22 leaves Frankfort 02STE3 ZD ATT OaSTHj ST take charge of tile Church at Church present were Mr Jas McEnnis wife 612 p m No 24 arrives Frankfort Â¬ No 28 makes connection at Lagrange land Virginia Dr Bagby and fami- and children of Louisville Mr C A And everv fourth week thercifier ECoi biitit on nH Examination Fre Cincinnati and at Anchorage for ly will leave for their new home Nelson wife and children of this city for Bloomiield about the first of November Mr Wm McEnnis wife and children No 21 makes connection at Lagrange Bellepoint Mr Charles McEnnis and Cincinnati and at Anchorage for for Syrup of Figs wife and Miss Virgel McEnnis Belle- Â¬ Bloomfleld E P BRYAN point Agent Produced from the laxative and nu- Â¬ tritious juice of California figs com- Â¬ Roscli Hasliana ED HKRRIS FRANKFORT KY Eleventh Regular Visit WEDNESDAY I KY MIDLAND 01 RAILWAY bined with the medicinal virtues of THIS No3Nol PMAM 9051545 9181568 326 607 33916 22 RUN CENTRAL Lv Frankfort Elkhorn Swltzer 415655 480 709 442 720 6051741 Georgetown Newtown Centrevllle Ar Paris Lv StrapgGrnd plants known to be most beneficial to the human system acts gently on STAMDABD TIME the kidneys liver and bowels effect- Â¬ liNoUINc i ually cleansing the system dispell- Â¬ A MP M ing colds and headaches and curing lOtw 810 Ar 51 4t 950 752 habitual constipation 941 743 I 926 728 854 655 841 638 829 B25 110 60C CresÂ¬ Need Them Bad John L Scott has fenced off the lot on the corner of Third and Steele streets recently deeded to his wife by her mother Mrs Chiles with the intention of erecting a neat two story residence upon it and now be- Â¬ fore a shovel full of earth has been moved for the foundation he has re- Â¬ ceived twelve applications to rent it Houses are badly needed in this city as there are no vacant ones to be had Col Monday being the Jewish new yearss day our Hebrew citizens cel- Â¬ ebrated it by closing their places of business and resting from labor of all kinds No religious services were held as there was not a quorum of persons of the Jewish faith over 13 years of age in the city who were able to attend Wednesday next the 24th Â¬ wgj Connections at Georgetown with Queen cent for Cincinnati and the East PMA 3 KB M1 PM 415 655 620 1015Ar 545Lv Frankfort Georgetown Ar Lv Ky Cincinnati 810 655 is Yum Kippa or the Jewish atonement day and our Hebrew friends will again close their stores and spend the time from 6 oclock Tuesday evening until the same hour on Wednesday in fasting and prayer Connections at Paris with p MIAMI 305 545 LV 415 6 55 503 7 47 Central Ry AM Ar 10 03 Georgetown MaysTllle Frankfort 1045 Ar Paris Cincinnati PM 810 854 655 810 600 235 No Mistake cure of Catarrh gerfect and all Bronchial Cold in the affections This is the only medicine known that will absolutely cure that terrible disease Catarrh which it does by allaying all inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the nasal and air passages in the most soothing and pleasing manner You feel re- Â¬ lief from the first application and a continued and through use of the medicine will effect a radical cure in the most stubborn cases of long standing Dr Hales House hold Ointment is sold at 25 and 50c per box at South Sidedrug store 3 P H Oarpenter- - Thi Eminent Specialtist formerly resident Physician of the Philadrfphia Gtntral Ohio charge Hales House hold Ointment for the Is made when you rely upon Dr fc 8101025Ar 62fl1245Ar 7801 125Ar Winchester Richmond Lv 5T20TS5 Lvl 715 Lvl 610 Militia Election Oapt 0 Gran Graham having re- Â¬ signed his commission as Cap- Â¬ TO tain of the Johnson Guards Co H Second Regiment an election was GEO B HARPER Gen Superintendent held on Monday night to fill the va- Â¬ V L CLARK B T FARMER Pass Atct cancy GenFrelPht Cltv Ticket Aat First Lieutenant Noel Gaines was elected Captain and Orderly Ser- Â¬ FKANKFOBT JKOUNMBOUT geant Fred Gordon elected First SHORTEST QUICKEST ROUTE -- Cincinnati and the East FRANKFORT HA SEPTEMBER 20 1890 Residence Sold Mrs Mary I Steele has purchased the residence of Mrs J Q Dudley on the corner of Wilkinson andWapping streets and will remove from her farm down on the river to this city to reside m s Lieutenant to fill the vacancy occa- Â¬ sioned by the promotion of Lieut Gaines defeating Second Lieutenant O M Walcutt for the position m i C H BOGMAN M D pitaf Physician in Medical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for of the twenty five years succe fully devoted his time to the treatment of his spec- ialties He succersfully treas all curable cases of Chronit ami Nervous Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after thorough educational preparation dcray If not cured it leads to enlarged prostate land Rheumatism It nsfntltllr a diae of the ncrrcms Icuiai ill late Invutlcitlon protta brTond a doubt Acting tous debiUtr and premature decay to We guarantee so I heaKDand phJical r upon this theory we haio fur fan trtatrd It with phtnomriial cases and a perfect restoration ueh Tbf ikformlties nti I brart aCTectlone ruultlnit from urcris To the Ladies We hare for rare made a speUt ma all be aroldrd or cured bj cor rheumatlo Inflammation the diseases of women NhxMentha of the sofJerlnsa of WE CAN AND DO Ff I Sfe l Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir for it has been fully demonstrated to Masonic Election the people of this country that it is preparations for At the regular annual election of superior to all othera positive cure for blood diseases It is officers held by Frankfort Chapter syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup- Â¬ No 3 R A M on Tuesday evening tions and Pimples It purines the the following were chosen for the en Â¬ whole system and thoroughly builds up the constitution suing year 9 J W Gayle Druggist treatment r Elected Secretary Mr Howard Stedman of Forks of Elkhorn this county has been elected Secretary of the Blue grass Cor- Â¬ Mr dage Company at Georgetown Stedman has been a traveling sales Â¬ man for the Kentucky River Mills in this city for several years Â¬ J B B Hendrick High Priest T Farmer King J J W Pruett Royal Arch Captain W A Kaltenbrun G M 3rd Vail W S Dehoney G M 2d Vail D M Woodson G M 1st Vail J WNicol Geo A Lewis Scriba Captain of Host THE REV GEO H THAYER of Bourbon Indsays uBoth myself and wife owe our lives to SHILOHS CONSUMPTION CURE 28 For sale by J W Gayle Sampson of old was noted for his great strength but the great poultry friend of to day is Ganters magic chicken cholera cure Sold by Phil Carpenter Disease of the Digestive Organs are the most fre qurnt causes of the more fatal dlieaes L iperih Liver Com plaint Constipation and Chronic IHarrhca all result In tmpcr fret nutrition and render life miserable Karl Interference It tru economy of time mooes and health Young lien who are rapldlr approaching Iniaoltr and death from secret habits will do well toconsult us at once rhcte habits are the reiultof disease not rice and wo cure such case without fall We turtle jour fullest confidence and promise jou relief Aeed Hen illddle and urethra orwho obscrre certain Irritations ef water passage with sediments In the bladder the urine should as all themselrrs of oil treatment Such irmp toms are Indications of semina weakness which admit ono -- nutrition orrr stimulation Invaae the flow of urine Brlehtfl Dlsee of the Kldneri Is the remit of fanltj or the uie of Improper remedies to world are borne by women and without reason when causa of these diseases Is properly understood their eon Our rarge huspltal eipefienee enables certain and complete to understand these cases and treat them from the latest sck Local treatment which so many object to tide standpoint rarely Hod necessary Our treatment it by constltoUonal local remedies with which ne lustruet the patients to t themselsea at their own homes Private Sisoascs Stricture Gleet Venereal T Syphilis Uonorrbea linpntcney aud Sterility are prorr and effectually cured by our spreial rcmedlea We nave thousands of dollars in time aud suouej w laic know In this direction Zpilepsy or Fits This rhenornjua ff tha system it the result of disease located In tua nerie te Our method of treatment which Is entirely our own has admitted by the best scientists of the ncrid to produce r eure In the most debilitated snbjecn f New Pastor T Murray Secretary W T Reading Treasurer GusShaoffer Guard A asss a s rvery person consulting us should bring or send fourto six ounces of their urine vehfc will submit to a thorough microscopical examination and clfemical analysis a certificate and chi which will be furnished the patient We cure old cases which have baffled the skill of other physicians Why Because ouJoatc experience enables us to rccognire the ciut of dieatc We invite all who have failed toabtain rMi eUcwhcre io consult us All turab guaranteed 1aticnts treated by mail and express of ttettions sent free on application Where possible personal consultation is prt f C O m k Ji m ito A m is- - The Kentucky Conference of the MethodiBt Church which has been in session at Lexington adjourned on Rev H Q Henderson Tuesday was assigned to the care of the Church in this city He is a young man and very highly spoken of as a preaoher by those who heard him Rev E S Southgate was sent to Lexington Rev Robert Hiner D D to Mt Sterling Bev J W Mitchel to Not if you go through the world a dyspeptic Dr Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets are a positive euro for the woust forms of Dyspepsia Indiges- Â¬ tion Flatulenoy and Constipation Guaranteed and sold by 9 IS LIFE WORTH LIVING CANT SLEEP NIGHTS Is J W Gayle Druggist All cases and correspondence strictly conlidental Treatment sent Consumption ing from Asthma Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr part of the United States and Canada Address with stamp for repky Ackners English Remedy It is the best preparation known for all Lung Troubles Sold on a positive guaran Â¬ P O BOX 703 tee at 25c and 50c 9 J W Gayle Druggist the complaint of thousands suffer Â¬ L Dr C S Bogman Cine ati SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY a SHILOHS CURE will immediately relieve Croup Whooping Cough and positive euro for Catarrh Diphtheria and Canker Mouth Bronchitis 28 28 For sale by J W Gayle For sale by J W Gaylo BRYANT Book Keeplny Short STRATTON Business llmtuiTtUgrmpkyJk Writ vm- rm Smoke LONG DURHAM HAVANA Cigar FILLER Best on Earf FOB5 CENTS assw fr Catalogue tm full sB1 1 1 OW II liiernwfiniiLvUlw V Ik I Lib U sV IV rZjtfr P f V Wi Religious ould be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made ni n TQYI OR V I W1I M S S BEWARE OF MISREPRESENTATIONS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS OF DIS- HONESTY PARTIES v erj 3 Mr Darsie preaches at tho Bridge port Christian Church to morrow at 3p m Jt starts Mr Darsies protracted meeting at Graefensburg began Thursday night off promisingly The Union S S Teachers Meet Â¬ ing meets in the chapel of the Christian Church Tuesday evening rat 730 as usual Rev H G Henderson the now pas--to- r will occupy the pulpit at the Methodist Church to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m The usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 gr orclock and 730 p m will be conducted by the rector Rev E A Penick Rev W G Neville pastor will con- duot the services at the Southern - Presbyterian Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m JD1K1D In this city on Thursday morning Sept 18 1890 Miss Aonks Pahker utter nn Illness of several weeks or consumption t -- 1 Rev J McCluskey Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Rev G FBaebyDD will occupy his pulpit at the Baptist Church to Â¬ morrow morning at 11 oclock and Sunday averting at 730 oclock jchool in the chapel at 930 a m Rev Father Lambert Young the pastor will conduct the services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec Â¬ ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 IP m Rev Geo Darsie preaches at the Christian Church to morrow at 11 a m No night service The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the chapel at 7 p m A Union Sunday school was iced at tne scnooi nouse at reaKs Mill on Sunday Sept 14 with the following officers Superintendent Mr Baker Assistant Superintendent j x O Jackson Secretary Miss Ollie organ- - Hbckersmith Treasurer J M Sulli- Â¬ van Teachers Miss Jennie Price Miss Lew Church Mrs D G Tim mons and J M Sullivan All persons interested in Sunday school work are cordially invited to come and help s Hour of meeting 10 oclock iarp each Sunday morning for Pitchers CastorlaT Children Cry Idjournect Council Meet- - ing Present President Smith Council men BuckleyyHaly Mangan Milam liles Wakefield and Williams Petition of Thos J Brislan to build on his lot on Holmes treet Granted Petition of C E Haff to erect a arae dwelling on his lot on tbe nth Side Granted report was received from the ouumittee on enrollments announc ng that they had examined and pre Â¬ sented to the Mayor sundry enrolled i The minutes of the vere road and approved Absent Councilman Tobin Through to St Louis in Daylight By taking the W Rev F M Shrout Pastor United Brethren Church Blue Mound Kan says I feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr Kings New Discovery GUNS AND LOADED SHELLS has done for me My lungs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought I could live only a few weeks When Baby was sick wo gave her Castoria I took five bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and am sound and well When she was a Child she cried for Castoria gaining 26 lbs in weight When she became Hiss she clung to Castoria Arthur Love Manager Loves Funny When she bad Children she gave them Castoria Folks Combination writes After a thorough trial and convincing evi Â¬ dence I am confident Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption beats em all and cures when everything Tobacco growers go to R K Mc fails The greatest kindness I canelse do Olures and get you a suit of oil my many thousand friends is to urge water proof slickers to cnt your them to try it Free trial bottle at 1 tobacco in the South Side Drug Store Regular m The Kentucky Midland Railway sizes 50c and 1 3 P H Carpenter makes offer of an annual pass for the year 1891 for design to be used in ad50 new vertisement and as an emblem of the 25c up styles in dress buckles from road Suggestions have been made 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL to call it Capital Route Elkhorn Route and to use photos of difMay25 lyr Try Dr ferent scenes on the line but varia- Â¬ your norseElliotts horse powder if is out ot order and wont tion of these and other designs are fatten Every package guaranteed Competition invited limited to sale at O R Orutchers Supply residents of Franklin Scott Bour- Â¬ For House 131 and 133 St Clair street bon and Bath Counties Submit opposite Court house 34 proofs by October 1 to m V L Clark xie-oiio-i Of all the flour made or sold in Gen Pass Act Frankfort the State Miles Sons is the best without a doubt 14 15 pieces of all wool dress goods 54 60c per yard never inches wide at Miles Nerve and Liver before sold for less than 75c Pills 1 WKITZED ODONNELL AND DEALER IN- An important discovery They act Porcelain lined preserving kettles on the liver stomach and bowels 4 qt 35 cts 6qt 45 cts 8 qt 55 cts through the nerves A new principle 10 qt 60 cts 12 qt 65 cts 14 qt 70 They speedily cure billiousness bad taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ PlJfiU AiNJJ JbiTTlNttB H1TU cts 16 qt 100 at Buckleys 35 STJtUOT ATTENTION GrVJiJN TO m tion Splendid for men women and JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK Drejss Goods children Smallest mildest surest GUARANTEED doses for 25 cheapest line of 30 W Gayles cents Samples free at In rear of Salenders Grocery For the best and FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 45 ly J Frankfort Ky dress goods and trimmings call on 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL Special prices on black dress goods m Morphine Chloral habits Home painless and cures treatment For Sale Steam engine separa- Â¬ in henrietta sebastonol whip cord perfect Aildress Specific Remedy tor and corn mill for sale cheap as I surah cloth and cheviott nugliJ Sm 7 Co Lnfaiette Ind WEITZEL 1 ODONNELL All in good desire to quit business W S T Johnson repair m 52-Graefensburg Ky Arctic flour is a first class patent AaiejSBnJPBBenoiiJKW and equals any patent sold in Ken The Pulpit and the Stage SPORTING GOODS FISHING GUN TACKLEI IMPLEMENTS RELIABLE GOODS iVO CHEAP TRA8H ONE PRICE THE LOWEST Â¬ GRAY -- CHURH VkV 4 EDWARD CLAASSEN -- Plumber Gas Steam Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets Ifll vmm mt j wammm m- ucky Try it 14 last meeting frme cottage The committee on streets recom- Â¬ mended the grading of Cross street irpm Steele to Main The report was dojpted ordinances Mr Breeden the agent of the Stan dard Oil Co appeared and withdrew his former petition to build a tank N for the storage of oil in the L yards He presented a petition ask 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL ing permission from the city to build lie tank above the tunnel near Lind Rush Follow eys wharf and to be allowed to pipe he oil from the above place to their To Ed Harris stores where you can N buy the best goods for very little iresent warehouse in the L 33 money Go and be convinced ards The petition was granted Tho salary of the president of the ouncil was fixed at 300 per annum Fast Black ifl ordinance provided Hosiery in ladies misses and chil Â¬ Council then adjourned until drens from 15c up Every pair war Kt regular meeting night rented or money refunded m Â¬ Tariff will go up on tin but prices on tin roofing will be lower than ever train from this city for the next thirty days at Buckleys dation L one can now make connection with 35 the St Louis Air Line vestibuled f train which leaves Louisville at 845 No Damaged Goods every morning arriving at St Louis I just received a large line of cloth Â¬ at 7 p m The Air Line now owns youths and that its entire road between Louisville ing for men astonishing boys pricesI will sell at and St Louis and is running the fin Â¬ These are all new goods low consisting est vestibuled trains in the world of the latest and most desirable ppt over it If you are contemplating terns No mark up and down prices goingiweet dont fail to take tne Air and that the Line if you wish to travel rapidly and but one pricefor yourself at cheapest Call and see comfortably Ed Harris For rates ond information write to Corner Main St Clair B L Bryant Trav Pass Agent Jos S Odiorne Gen Pass Agent LouisRugS 44 tf ville Ky m New line of beautiful rugs in Smyrna 200 pieces of new style dress ging Â¬ and Mosute also a handsome line hams from 8c up of curtains in lace and silk 6 oclock accommo- Â¬ TO MACKINAC Summer Tours Low Rates Palace Steamers Tour Trlpa THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND SctoakcrtSMlt at Ibrfe ud Huron Way Porta vt Wk Bitween Ceorgelown Entire to Ik Time 25 Hours Trains Baggage Car Day Coaches Sleepers run through without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST k Orleaas DETROIT 8pcltl Saadty Mrtrr Trip Week Day Between AND CLEVELAND darlag Just Jdy Aufut tad Sip I Double Daily Line Between Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala -- i m Hi Â¬ CHICAGO AND ST JOSEPH MICH OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Sate and Xxeuralon Tioketa will be furnished by your Tloket Asent or address E B WHITCOMB O Through Sleepers without change The Short line between Clriclnnutl and Lexington Ky Time 2Mj Hours Time 26 Hours P A Detroit Mich Detroit and Cleveland Steam Nav Co 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL Knoxville Tbnn n c a8hevime Chattanooga Tknn BmuiNOUAU 12 17 11 Atlanta the Darbys Prophylactic ren Cry for Pitchers Castoria ASAT 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL New Cassel S Catarrh Remedy was H Clifford with Neuralgia Wis and troubled Rheumatism his Stomach was disor Â¬ 28 Gayle dered his Liver was affected to an alarming degree appetite fell away TO YOURSELF and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength Three bottles of Elec Â¬ iw burprising that people will use tric Bitters cured him jmmon ordinary pill when they Shepherd i secure a valuable English one for 111Edward running sore Harrodsburg on his leg of had a same money Dr Ackers Eng e three h pills are a positive cure for sick- - eight years standing Used seven taohe and all liver troubles They bottles of Electric Bitters and imall sweet easily taken and do boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salvo and his leg is sound and well John ripe Speaker Catawba O had five large W Gayle Druggist J Fever sores on his leg doctors said he was incurable One bottle Elec Â¬ WILL YOU cough when Shi tric Bitters and one box Bucklens i will give immediate relief Arnica Salve cured him entirely s 50 cts and 1 Sold bv the South Side drug store 28 Jf n UARPENTER by J W Gayle -- CTORfree with each Specimen Cases Will Use it in every sick room Tk qtfek u4 ttwt roaU tresa keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors IIIISIILLE Tl UHISI5 111 TEIiS from any source Om aaatmi and Ittr mllei Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK contagious diseases The eminent physician J MariI on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys Without Change of Cars Prophylactic Fluid is a most vaiu It job ait i1bs te emigrate to 21 able disinfectant Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Bucklens Arnica Salve Austin Houstin The best salve in the world foi Tala Is the Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns Mo eoance et car to and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS AMD HEW ORLEANS quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re f et farther lnfomUan address Price 25 cents per box funded C P AT WORE OPTA For sale by South Side drug store Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ unsmutusifiiLiiLuii Direct Connections at New Orleans and Shreve port lor Texas Mexico and Culllomlu Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 545 a marrlveClnclnnatl 1025 a in Quicker than any other line All trains arrive at depart from Central Unloa Depot Cincinnati For Rates Maps c address FRANK W WOOLLEY D C C HARVEY Ala Gi 15 16 Traveling Pass Agt Lexington Ky Vlce Pres CINCINNATI G EDWARDS O G P dc T A OUT OF THE ASHES Having purchased the photograph gallery of Mr J C Gruy I have re opened the CAPITAL ART GALLERY In the room over the Adams Express office w Mh rBA y 334 MAIN TRFFT l SV Only a few doors below my old stand which wa recently destroyed by lire and urn ready to receive my friends und make Photographs of All kinds In the Highest Style of the Art Call and see me - 1 1 Sk 5 iy P H Carpenter LO0I3VILLC KINTUCKT H G MATTERN jKb for MiV LaJ dlMMim liWBMCMtoaHafc wKs -- JHALL IMBRICES FOR- - TRDuSER IE AND SrX1ZX E3S XUST- - IT I S ZEC LATEST OVERCOATS I Z IbT AND O-- GOOD K m YOUMANS -- STETSONS OTHE FNE HATS rig A large and fine assortment of fall and winter garments in this line Gentlemen who want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to inspect thi line We will be glad to show you what we have Eceaca3r OTrercoeuts HUDSON HUMPHRIES Zilpali W The Roundabout is a welcome visitor The damp cloudy weather was a drawback to the tobacco cutting last Quite a crowd of the boys were pres- Â¬ a good time until even- Â¬ ing The thanks of the club were unanimously voted to Mr and Mrs Hamilton for their hospitality week Mrs Bowman Adanm and children Thomas Watkins purchased the arrived in the city Monday and are farm of Willis Dowden deceased stopping at present at Mrs Prices sold at public sale last week Price near Ann street paid 1600 one third cash the bal- Â¬ Our city has often ance in twelve and eighteen months said before as the writer well educa- Â¬ is filled with John Thomson and wife and Mrs ted people and if we could ever get Sue Bailey visited John Moore and a good literary society organized we could excel anything of the kind in family Sunday last the State The meeting W S Scroccins and T J Harlow is the last attempt of the Friday night yountr are shipping hogs and cattle daily to get it under way and if no menÂ¬ enfrom this community couragement is shown them they Miss Edna Johnson of Jackson Â¬ will let the whole matter drop for ville visited Miss Edna Moore Satur Â¬ good The meeting will be held at by Mr and Mrs Ben Hamilton at their residence on Sunday afternoon CASSELL Fairview B S One of our citizens raise d so many Irish potatoes this season he had IS PREPARED XO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- great difficulty in finding store room in a peck measure for the crop The public school at this point has Cut Delr been suspened to the 29th inst Mrs Charlie Hamilton was struck FOR by paralysis last week Her recovery is doubtful Mr Tom Pinerand wife of Indiana is visiting has brother Mr C N Piner this week The warm presidential election of the Literary Society last week termi- Â¬ nated in electing a prohibition candi 261 West Jefferson Street - - - Louisville date and defeating a candidate of Kl Hin both the Womens Suffrage and Dem ocratic parties Mr E B Hancock and sister Lu the St John A M E Church day last cinda were the guests of Mrs G D Miss Alice Combs was in the city Ohandoin last Monday Miss Lizzie Bradley of this town has been ill with fever but is better this week after an extensive trip to This Space belongs Mr 0 N Piner and family visited the West at this writing D L Powers of this county last Mr Our city is now crowded with stran Â¬ Monday Some one entered W S Scroggins car- Â¬ gers and if the boys want to do the cook room a few nights ago and Mr Simon Shay of Lexington was ried off several gsllons of lard Look proper thing let them give a social entertainment that will show the in the neighborhood last Monday and out for the chicken coops next world they are very awake and Tuesday We think the humble servant of not asleep as it has much charged been Tioga would do well to take his own Let us hear from the Powder Horn illMaster Harry Shay who has been of scarlet fever now has chills and medicine before prescribing for and other clubs fever We hope he will soon recover others The misspelled name in our Mrs Alice Scott and Misses Clark Report of Fairview Public School item was not our fault how about McFarland ond others left Thursday Advanced grade Joe Hieatt 95 Ber his morning for Lexington tha Hedges 95 Harvie Herndon 85 Mrs Melia Scroggins of this corn Herndon 94 Jerome Coleman is the elevator boy EmmaIntermediate Clara Herndon munity has left on a visit to her 93 grade Carrie daughter Mrs J W Harrod at at the State House Hedges 94 Edna Hedges 91 Johnnie Jrrankfort Mrs Paige Allen has her house Hieatt 90 James Shouse 82 Pri- Â¬ Some one borrowed all the meat nearly ready for the finishing mary grade Newel Thompson 97 Blan Powers 96 Sue Powers 95 Geo Charles Samples had the other night touches Dont know whether they will pay it Mrs Cordie Wilson of Bellepoint Thompson 90 Nellie Powers 94 Su- Â¬ Herndon back or not p has been sick since Sunday but is sie Hieatt 94 Minnie Anna Piner 90 eye Keep 60 Chester Herndon 60 some better at this writing Owen Moore of this town has Lulie Storts 87 Florence Riddle 87 bought a new stock of goods Every Mrs Jeff Cook received a bad fall uscarsnouse 73 Kachie Storts 80 one come and buy them cheap for this week which has caused her to Robert Hedges 83 Sam Piner 86 cash be confined to her bed Raymond Quire 85 G D Hancock Teacher The excursion to Lexington Friday A B Bziha and wife visited Samuel morning was well crowded and some Samples and family Sunday last of them stopped over for a few days THE WORLDS FAIR 00 KENTUCKY R More rain Miss Lulie Moore was in the city of Close Observer The excitement caused by this Newport News Mississippi Valley Liouisvuie tms weeic CHICKEN great event is scarcely equaled by SHORT LINE TO- by the great that Among the Colored CIti- - Franklin County Colored of Drproducedthe Restorativediscovery Washington Philadelphia Miles Nervine zens Cholera Cure Teachers Institute prostra Â¬ It speedily cures nervous Baltimore New Yo tion change of life pain dullnCSB Old Point and the Sep- Profs Jackson and Monroe and The Franklin County Colored and confusion in head fits sleepless Â¬ AND ALL EASTERN C their ladies have returned and are at Teachers Institute met at the Sixth ness the blues neuralgia palpita Â¬ LIMITED VESTIBULED EXI their posts at the Normal School street school on Monday and organ- Â¬ tion monthly pains eto O W Lexington eastward dally at 615 p ready for business It is thought we ized by the election of Prof J H Snow Co of Syracuse N Y Tal Â¬ Chester Mt Sterling Morebead Ai will nave a big school this year Jackson Principal of the State Nor- Â¬ bott Moss of Greensburg Ind and lettsburg Huntington Charleston Norfolk Washington Philadelphia mal The Literary Society will be called Sadie School as Conductor and Miss A W Blackburn of WooBter O say and all Virginia sprints and Sea Si Cunningham as Secretary that The Nervine sells better than to order Friday night at 830 sharp Boston and nil Eastern cities M Superintendent Hunter was also anything wo ever soldand gives uni Â¬ tlon nt Winchester or Richmond The election of officers will take place present at the opening of the Insti Â¬ versal satisfaction termedlate points West hound tn Dr Miles new and all are invited to be present 585 p m tute illustrated treatise on the Nerves and VIRGINIA SPRINGS EXPRESS Sunday was Missionary Society day During the session of the Institute Heart and trial bottle flree at J W ton eastward dally at 710a in fo at the St John A M E Church The the following gentlemen were pres- Â¬ Gayles drug store 4 tlons Makes direct connection at O pc writer was not present at the meet Â¬ ent and made remarks Hon J D with C O Ry for all C Washington Baltimore Fhlladelph ing but is glad that one church at Pickett Superintendent of Public In LOUISVILLE TOBACCO York Passengers may take a sleei least has not allowed its Missionary structions Rev I H Welch of lugton for Old Point or Washington MARKET Shelbyville and Prof Browder Su A daylight ride to White Sulphur society to cue for Parkersburg and all local statlo The Teachers Institute heldits first perintendent of City Schools River R R and Columbus O and 0 DURRETT The following resolutions were FURNISHED BY GLOVER Scioto Valley R R fall meeting this week and dispatch Â¬ unanimously adopted LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE p West at ed quite a lot of business Thousands of dollars worth of FAST bound train arrivesdally 00exc We the committee on resolutions MAIL TRAINS Sales on our market for the week chickens die every year from Chol- from and to Louisville and all loca hereby offer the following report The celebrated tJlay Talbott S railroads locu Resolved That we the teachers of just closed amount to 2850 hhds with era It is more fatal to chickens than L N and L all local N N allAM Ritchey Minetrels will leave this Ry and week for a tour of the surrounding Franklin county return thanks to receipts for the same period of 2159 all other diseases combined But the KC Lexington eastward dally e leaves towns returning to Frankfort shortly the Board of Trustees of the City hhds Sales on our markottfiflge Jan Â¬ discovery of a remedy that positively at 1140 a ra Make direct connect N Lou So ton for points on L to give one performance before at- Â¬ School for the use of the room in the uary 1st amount to lll2urhhds and Ky Cent P Sales of the crop of 1889 on our mar Â¬ cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ O AT for Ry K C stations Ry tempting the larger cities We wish City School building Chester all vinced of its efficacy only requires a West bound train arrives at 1240 Resolved That we return thanks to ket to this date 60396 hhds you much success boys Receipts and sales have not been trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for ACCOMMODATION TRAINS for I Prof J H Jackson for the kindness Mies Jennie Turner left Tuesday and interest he has shown in conduct- Â¬ so large on our market for tho past one hundred chickens tween Lexington It is guar- Â¬ eastward dally and Olive Hill lea except Sunday A large party of ing our for Lexington week and the offerings as a rule Institute anteed If after using two thirds of East bound connects at Wtrche same place Rlchmo- Resolved That we return thanks to have been of tho poorest character Ry Jroung people left for the were Misses and a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly tlons for Westw among whom wttr Superintendent Hunter for the inter Â¬ Prices for good to fine burleys in satisfied with Maysvllle and Williams Walker Taylor and Butler est he has shown in our Institute it as a cure for Chicken sweet condition and also for the col at Lexington and Messrs L T Clark and Edward Resolved That we return thanks to ory low grades have been active and Cholera return it to the undersigned Louisville ant Lane West bound Prof Mayo for the use of his appa strong but the common sorts without and your money will be refunded CINCINNATI color and out of condition have been Miss Fisher of Indianapolis Ind ratus For Sale by east bound at 1105 p Resolved That we request County irregularly easier Tho weather con- Â¬ who has been visiting Mr Henry tlons between Lexlm Williams for several weeks was ten Â¬ Superintendent Hunter through the ditions for tho past week have been train with elegant n H CARPENTER SolidSterling In Union Depotvia Cli to Cincinnati Mt very unfavorable for tho growing dered an elegant entertainment by Superintendents of their respective connection Mr and Mrs W M K Johnson of counties to invite the colored teach Â¬ crop trains East North and West SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS the Highland Heights There was a ers of Scott Woodford Oldham An Â¬ The following quotations fairly On Sundays Fast Line for Clnen Lexington at 230 p in tor all li t represent our market for burley FlUNK I HOLD largo and Belect crowd of our young derson and Henry counties to meet E B Barstow tween Mt Sterling and Clnelnii President Sec and Trens society peoplo out and it would be in a joint Colored Teachers Institute tobacco ton Returning Fast Train will Ad Dhvkk R T IUsinkt unnecessary to ask if they had a good to be held in Frankfort beginning Trash dark or damaged tlon on Hag to pick up or let oil Vice President Superintendent 3 50 2 West bound train arrives at tobacco time as the strains of music did not the third Monday in September 1891 Sunday 8 00 4 under Prof J H Jackson Principal Oolory trash cease until early morning Co 6 00 Tie Stalarl Printioi For Time Tables Rates School as conductor Common lugs not colory 4 Miss Bessie Rodman formerly of of State Normal niation call on any Agent 00 8 14 Colory lugs write Formerly the Standard Printing Ink Works this city but now of Chicago is in 9 00 Â¬ 7 Common leaf U E Huntington FOR DYSPEPSIA and town visiting her mother after an plaint you have a printedLiver Com Medium to good leaf ANUFACTHRERS O- F9 General Manager 1600 guarantee CINCINN absence of five or six years 16 25 00 PRINTING AND on every bottle of Shilohs Vitilizer Good to fine fillers RAHiMENKS VAKNISHEK Select or wrappory W L Munson T P A the Powder Horn It never fails to cure The members of w s Hah h ik 33 00 25 00 106 Cau une2My 28 Katl Ohio leaf handsomely entertained For sale by J W Gayle ttfcfcA Club were JtfiKHNftf ent and had S J THOMPSON Flowers ana Floral -- QoseMs Funerals Teleplxozie Connection Wedding t JOHN T BTJCEg your onl K AITTER5 s THE Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ P M -M- HKQ1 i t - - i 3 iflMx - HjOOIE2I WJ t T pM ri iVVa -- i v j FOE TME J L v JI Great OVERCOAT Sa EEsa BfrT ON SEPTEMBER THE 1ST - WE WILL PLACE ON SALE n Vm 524 OVERCOATS 524 OVERCOATS u Mens and Boys which are from our great fire some slightly damaged some perfect all go at about AS HALF nICEj 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 luick 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 ind take this away We have many lines of Shoes All good goods slightly soiled Come and take hem away at one half price 600 HEAVY WEIGHT SUITS m 13 1 431 his is the day they require all agents to place their goods on sale is the reason we open them before moving into w me new store OPEUED Utf T DTinlR n HatsT NEW FALL- SHAPES - vrtap TTO TT ST 30TH S l J RICHER i HALYS BUILDING STARKS