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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w Vli zzxm Tr 1JNS GE0 J I BAMFOBT ROUNDABOUT A f41 WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TERMS 100 In Adrance N Volume 2 FRANKFORT has been a very prosperous one this with seventy pupils on the roll he session will close to day by giving the children a nice picnic Mrs S O Roberts of Frankfort visited her fathers family V F Rus sell this week Mrs W H Parrent visited relatives in Frankfort last week A very interesting prayer meeting was neia at uncie joim Jenkins7 Tuesday afternoon conducted by the pastor of Evergreen Church Mr J W Jenkins attended the re union of the 9th 10th and 15th cav- airy at Shelbyvillo last Friday the Bummor Â¬ SEPTEMBER 27 Citi- - 1890 Number 3 Tioga Among tlie Colored 1 W1 to J r ifeV r A fflrv K ft If Is the only disease which seems to entirely baffle the physicians skill Thousands upon thousands die annually that might be saved if they would use the medicine in the world that is a specific for that dreai disease viz Dr Hales Household Ointment which has saved the lives of hundreds of people after having been given up by the physicians when both lungs were badly involved mere is no remeuy Known to man assessed one or his hogs at 350 bhe that equals Dr Hales Household must be thorough Ointment for the cure of Pneumonia It cures the severest cases It Archie Moore has in course of erec every home tion a new residence Wm F Clark should be in 50 cents per in America Price 25 and box Sold Esq and J 0 Harp contractors at South Side drug store 4 Miss Jennie Lamb of Iiussiaville P H Carpenter Ind assisted by Rev W F Clark of Jacksonville and E IN Jones the About the Size of It pastor in charge of the Lockport meet-Â¬ Circuit will hold a protracted The Frankfortjcorrespondent ing at Jacksonville comiiencing the Lexington Leader says he has of the been 28th inst paying attention to the capital re- Â¬ The members of the Farmers and moval question and finds a very gen- Â¬ Laborers Union at Zilpah Lodge No eral desire on the part of the delegates 1532 are very actively engaged in en- Â¬ to settle the matter once for all He rolling sdme two or three members has interviewed a number of dele- Â¬ to their list at each meeting Tiioy gates as to their preference and now number about 52 and ere long even with his predileeVon for Lex- Â¬ from all indications will have a ington quotes most of tem in favor woiking lodge of 100 members com- Â¬ of leaving the capital w iere it is posed chiefly of the bone and sinew Most of those who say thv v want a change are disposed to be f i nny and Catchum of the land ask the honor for their ownv county seats Still the Leader manages to Ladies reach the conclusion that the capital is very apt to be moved He finds Realize perhap3 more fully than any one else the value of a clear and Lebanon the choice of a number of Â¬ beautiful complexion and they also delegates from SouthwesternonKentucky and throws cold water the know how diflicult it is to retain City by protending discover freshness and beauty when con- Â¬ Falls it is unpopular amongtothe dele- Â¬ that by so many diseases incident gates Courier Journal fronted to females that sap their strength and undermine their health Science Fairview progreses There are two remedies when used in connection will cure any case of female weakness of Mr Tom Rinor and wife of Indiana short or long standing and le who have been visiting relatives store the individual to perfect health here are now in Henry county very quickly Dr Hales Household Tho public school will becin acain Ointment used in connection with Monday All pupils Dr Halos Household Tea will ac- Â¬ age are respectfully of the proper invited to attend complish the desired result quicker and better than any other known G D Hancock attended the Teach remedy Large size 50 cents sold at ers Institute this week South Side drug store Tho protracted meeting at the 4 P H Oakpenteu Christian Church at Graefensburer is still in progress Bridgeport The sick nennlo nrn nil iinnrnvinrr V at this writing VSnvftrnl slifht eases of scarlet fever reported in this neighborhood Farmers are feniiner frost in the near future Ohas Adams of Louisville visited his son Dr John F Adams Saturday and Sunday Mrs Dr A M Miles is visiting her mother Mrs W A Duncan near Tioga Mr Ebb Bailey and wife visited friends and relatives near Bagdad last week Campbell White and wife from Kirksville are visiting Lemuel B Owens and son Sam Clark wife and family are vis- Â¬ iting friends in the vicinity of Hat-ton Sam has about completed the prison at Eddyville Capt Curtis Dodson and wile vis sd Esquire J B Tracy and family ast week Cant Smith Cook attended church j at Jacksonville Sunday night Mr Allen Harrod who enlisted in the standing army some five years ago returned to this locality a few days ago His many friends were glad to see him and welcome him back to his old home again Mrs Lucy Allen who met with the misfortune to hurt her foot several days ago giving her so much pain as to render her unable to attend to her domestic duties we are glad to learn is much better Jesse Johnson has resumed busi- Â¬ ness again making sorghum by the wholesale and retail Thoso wanting to bop the pan must follow Jesse I was clad to read a few items from Come the Observers fluent pen again I fees up as I am not flrst- ciass in orthography Ben Rodgers says that the new as sesso- - of the Jacksonville precinct MiBs Annie Laura 0 Merritt left last week to accept a school at Alton C lUth I nity The tobacco growers in these parts have about housed all their crop which was much better than was at first anticipated Miss Lucy Brown is attending the Catholic school at White Sulphur this session Miss Ethel Crutcher returned home from Nicholasvillo on account of sickness She had left far that place two weeks previous to attend school Let every man attend to his own business and his time will be well employed m Miss Alma Scofleld of Frankfort is visiting relatives in this commu Pneumonia to business Mrs Lillian Reed died Thursday at 5 a m She was well known in this city and was a relative of Mr Henry Reed The report for the year of Rev Tur- Â¬ ner the pastor of tho St John AM E Church of this city was read Sunday night and a copy was furnished each visitor and member It is neatly got- Â¬ ten up and proves to bo satisfactory to the many members so much so tlia t the members will try and ask that Brother Turner bo returned to this Church by the Conference at the the emancipation proclamation an Â¬ niversary at the First Baptist Church was carried out Sunday without any preparations being made by our good citizens who would have lelt delight Â¬ ed in lending their aid to such a grand cause i5ut a iair sized crowd was in attendance Monday night considerÂ¬ ing tho short notice of Sunday and out of the great crowd of speakers who were to address our people there was but one Rov I II Welch who delivered a very grand speech and was loudly applauded Had ho not attended the meeting it would have been a failure A line that is contpicious for Sunday Sept 2d Wyatt Beatty jr and J W Woolfolk will run an ex- Â¬ cursion to Lexington to witness tho of Designs closing of the A M E Conference As this will be about the last of the season our people who desire to meet Excellence of Finish their friends in tho above city should embrace this opportunity The remains of Marion Thomas were brought to this city for inter ment of Styles Mrs Ed Thomas of Chicago has been in the city for oetferal weeks And Moderate Prices visiting her mother Mrs Woolfolk The Duds jr have established a We are sole handlers of one of the largest and beU lines of Fine Medium and Low priced Mantels ever produced Also a beautiful assortment of club here in opposition to tho Powder Horn Club They propose to put the gilt edge to their entertainments Now with the two rival clubs what is to prevent us from having a good time during the winter But the writer will say a prize will be given to the first to come forward with something to show that they are pos- Â¬ sessed with the entertaining quali- Â¬ That can be used on any mantle and which as an artistic article of Furniture are un- Â¬ equal Illustrations and estimates given if desired ties the other club has Mr Charley Fremont is still con fined to his bed and suffered very much the first part oi the week 4 Nothing has been heard from our Â¬ own Clay Talbutt and Richey Minstrels since they left the peaceful Craw for their tour of the surrounding counties Mrs Julia Ann Smith widow of the late Peter Smith died Thursday nightafter a lingering illness She was one of the wealthiest of our race in the city was a true Christian women and greatly beloved by all who knew her Mr James Mapping of Lexington Broadway - - - Lexington Ky is in the city this week and will re- Â¬ Oor Main main five months Miss Loula Dodson spent a pleasant week in Lexington v The ladies and gents who attended the Lexington fair have spoken very highly of it and the good entertain- Â¬ ment received in the above city The writer was unable to attend owing Ky Tho tin labeled invitation to attend F BROWER CO V4 WOOD MANTELS Originality Perfect Workmanship Variety MANTLE CABINETS mm Â¬ C F W C Â¬ Uii HASTIM BROS i - 4 proper time Dr Hales Household Oint meut AtiENTS FOK jft in overy way superior to any and all other preparations for the Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Rov Mr Williams Croup it is magic ami relieves at Bro Geo Darsio is holding forth at once We offer you a sample bottle WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspep Â¬ Qraefonsburg in a protracted meet Â¬ free Remember this Romodyis sold sia and Liver Complaint Shilohs ing with much interest manifested on a positive guarantee Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you 0 J W Gayle Druggist Miss Annie Parrent who has boon 27 For sale by J W Gayle visiting relatives hero for soveral weeks loft for her homo in Chatta Â¬ nooga Tonn last Thursday accom Â¬ panied by Mx J II Parrent who has x88 gone to spend a fow weeks in the Highest of all in Leavening Power XT S Govt Report Aug southern clime Mrs Salina Armstrong is visiting relatives in Louisville this week All enjoyed thomsolves at the pic Â¬ nic given by the Evergreen Church Mr J D Parrent has about recov Â¬ ered from his recent illness Mr E W Armstrong the now deputy assessor ims commenced his work on this side of tho river Mrs Ollio Scantland has been quite ill for several weeks with very little improvement up to date v The Sunday school at South Benson c lJan2 ris i quite ill for some time is better at this writing A very interesting series of meet Â¬ ings are now being held at Evergroen Church conducted by the pastor Miss Hallie Russell who has been OUR VERY BEST PEO that Dr Ackers English Remedy is Confirm our statement when wo say Is tho finest cure in the world Iv absolutely cures catarrh It cures neuralgia and rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be bruises Cuts taken internally burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ rior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug storo South 52 Side COLUMBUS BUGGY CO BUGGIES e3 9 acme - sri TnATJiwrrmn Mccormick ttwtdt binders sr - and e2 Keep constantly on hand a full Mock of harness and saddles y 1 Tmvnmvrnpa a mowe zes KL1 KT Tfti TSAHKSOIT n p v 23XBVAT024 n COAL ECi AIiii LHTOiwnttr v itri iiasiHWaraKWEr r Jtom vFtffii rv n WBtiiifc rcavah uniiiri uuftaMuwnirvuivf4iTYrAiV7rAvi4i yuMi mm jrkvarAij ml UrJsScssBsss wuum5s -f yr -- Mv3L mcm Rovl Powder msm ABSOLUTELY PURE i Baking Xklc DEALERS IN THE- T0TOfflce fy Mjm- Principal Office and Elevator foot steel Telephones Nos 4 und SO 13EIST a-IK- - corner St Clair And V K1LEY HARPOL - i ifl M3L MUtKSmBBBk in - The pleasant flavor gentle action SOLD BY DRUCCISTS and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs Prlco 1 per Bottle 6 Bottles tor 95 when in need of a laxative and if the J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky father or mother be costive or bilious the most gratifying results follow its use so that it is the best family rem- Â¬ H H Craig in Kansas City Mo wifo of New edy known and every family should Mr F P Waller and 3 4t Castle are visiting Mr J S Mc havea bottle Kendrick and wife in this city Carved Ills Sclioolmate Mrs Clarence Gavlo left Wednes day for a visit of several weeks to At noon on Thursday two lit- Â¬ relatives in LeComptes Bottom tle school boys got into a fuss while Messrs J J and Charles McQueen and Mrs S V Pence left Monday for returning from school which result a visit to different points in Texas ed in one using his pocket knife Mrs Dr Gober and daughter Miss on the other and cutting a gash in Fannie of Memphis Tennessee are liis left arm which had to be sewed visiting Dr E McD Gober in this city up by a physician Mr John B James of Fayette ccitinty was in the city Tuesday Fall Meeting visiting his brother Dr S E James E The Kentucky Central Railroad will Miss Sally R Robinson leaves today to take charge of Mrs M E sell special low rate tickets to the La Both the method and results when Olins Millinery department in Pa tonia races which begin tc tlay and Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant ducah continue until the 18th of October and refreshing to the taste and nets to his home During the meeting the fast train gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Mr Ira S Shy returned in Louisville Thursday after a visit leaving Cincinnati at 8 p m will stop Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysof several weeks in this city and tem effectually dispels colds head at all stations South of Falmouth county aches and fevers and cures habitual Messrs J S and Lewis E Harvie constipation Syrup of Figs is the The Railroad War of this city were registered at the only remedy of its kind ever proSt James Hotel Washington City There is a lull at present in the war duced pleasing to the taste and ac on Thursday N and Kentucky ceptable to the stomach prompt in L Misses Kate Shannon and Laura between the itB action and truly beneficial in its Hollencamp have returned to their Midland Railroads over the right to effects prepared only from tho most homes in Lexington after a visit to use the track connecting the two friends here Midland has enjoined healthy and agreeable substances its roads The N from obstructing the many excellent qualities commend it Messrs Will H McOlure Will A the L Lewis and Julian Tilfordj the base track so as to prevent the shifting of to nil and have made it the most ball cranks have been taking in the cars on the Midland from the main popular remedy known games in Louisville this week Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c track to the freight yards and noth- Â¬ ReyvA J Williams and wife of ing further will be done until the and 1 bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who lomasville Georgia are visiting case is disposed of in the courts The may not have it on hand will pro s Williams parents wr s case will be hotly contested on both euro it promptly for any one who vVilson and wife near Woodlake wishes to try it Do not accept any MMrs Harriet Newell Marshall of sides KKansas City who has been visiting substitute Teachers Institute her cousin Mrs Dick Church left CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO f Saturday afcernoon for Louisville SAN FRANCISCO CAL The Franklin County Teachers In- Â¬ Misses Lulie and Emily Herrman stitute has been in session during the LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY oflJouisville who have been the guests of Mjbs Mary Schweers for week at the city school buildingwith THOTS several weeks have returned home forty three teachers in attendance IVlfe Winfcate Thomson who has Many interesting discussions were beerjfe n Richmond Virginia for sev- - entered into during the session by Association evammo nths in the employ ol Messrs teachers and visitors which were of Ky Trotting Horse Breeders M Hoge is at home on a visit to those who are incalculable value LEXINGTON KY Mary 0 Cromwell of Fayette actually teachers The Institute as a OCT 13 14 IS 16 17 18 20 c who has been visiting rela- jthis city and county for sev- - whole did not manifest the same ti 1B90 spirited interest as it has in former U1U1 WCCJVD 1CIU1UCU IIUIUO JfCDIOlUUJ days It is to be hoped however iYTjf David Nicol and daughter MONDAY OOTOBER 13 Todd and Mrs C 0 Furr that many of our teachers take more Blue Grass Stakes 4 year olds 92 noms amapn Master Willie Combs are interest and maKe things livelier in t050 estimated Visiting relatives near Stamping their schools than they do in the 2E Cass Trotting PURSE 1C00 KentucKy muxes a year oius iw noms Ground Franklin County Teachers Institute 1000 estimated Ashland Stakes yearlings 35 nominations O B Crittenden and children Mrs C estimated fowho have been visiting her mother- - K M I for a Soldiers TUESDAY OOTOBER 14 W inlaw Mrs John Allen Crittenden Home Guaranteed Stakes 219 Class 11 noms ii flislaycity for several weeks left 5000 horses to be named October 1st 1 alternoon lor their home in Mr St John Boyle Gen E H Lexington Stakes 2 year olds 101 noms alle Miss 1400 estimated Habson and Col Andrew Cowan 220 Class Trotting PURSE 1000 H H Tilford and wife of members of the Board of Trustees of WEDNESDAY OOTOBER 15 achie Texas who have been the Kentucky Soldiers Home came to Stallion Stake 230 Class SO nominations 2600 g the Kor with relatives estimated v left Tuesday this city on Thursday and went out to 217 Class Pacing PURSE 1000 in Hawes- - examine the Kentucky Military In- 240 Class Trotting PURSE 1000 ives Mrs Tilfords THURSDAY OOTOBER 16 rockett of this stitute buildings on which they have Trotting PURSE 2000 an option The buildings are admira- Â¬ Special Stakes 8 year olds 3 nomtt 1500 221 Class Trotting PURSE 1200 bly adapted for the purpose for which ge of Physician they are wanted and the price asked Special FRIDAY OOTOBER 17 StakcH4 year olds 18 noms 1500 is very reasonable 15000 Tho Com- Â¬ 218 Class Trotting PURSE 1500 lugh L Tobin having resigned mittee will roport the result of their 224 Class Pacing PURSE 1000 osition of Jail Physician Dr investigation to the board and the SATURDAY OOTOBER 18 7 Ohlnn has been appointed to 220 Class Trotting PURSE 1500 probabilities are the old K M I 229 Class Trotting PURSE 1000 vacancy buildings will bo selected for the Futurity Stakes 4 ycar olds K noms 700 estimated Homo and arrangements at once sot MONDAY OOTOBER 20 ry Confident on foot to raise tho money necessary Special day for RECORD MAKING except In case of postponement from week previous Wont way in which the for tho purchase Â¬ Â¬ parents Judge R A Thomson is quite ill at his home on the corner of Third and Logan streets Mrs Will Smith and children of Anderson county are visiting rela- Â¬ tives in this city Judge L Hord and wife returned Saturday from a visit to their sons in Aurora Illinois Capt W G Hunt and family of Greenville Miss are visiting rela- Â¬ tives in this city Mrs J P Williams and children have returned from a visit to rela- Â¬ tives in Louisville Mrs Sarah McKeo and daughter Miss Jennie of Covington are visit- Â¬ ing relatives in this city Dr S B Holmes returned Thurs Â¬ day evening from a trip to Roan Mountain North Carolina Mr Paul Dranc of New York is visiting his parents Judge G C Drane and wife in this city D Coke and children Ber Â¬ Mrs tha and Dallas are visiting relatives in Winchester this week Rev Willis L Wayts and bride of Georgetown spent several days in this city the first of the week Miss Maggie Allen of this county left Thursday afternoon to visit Mrs ville Mr Thos L DeLime of Louisville was in the city Thursday visiting his citys bosses and docs no one any harm Piano Tuning they might as well keep it up This Mr Chas Vaupal piano tuner and Miss Sale of Louisville is visiting same sort of thing has been going on Miss Laura Theobald since 1816 and it is hard for Lexington ropr iror will bo in the city Monday Sept 29 First class factory work Miss Stitc3 Duvall is visiting Miss people to break off old habits guaranteed Leave ordors at Dr m Minnio Logun in Louisville Averills drug storo or with Prof A HI E Conference Mauer In Crutch er of Bellepoint Mrs J is visiting relatives in Louisville The Kentucky Annual Conference Mr W H Jeffries will leave to day of the African Methodist Church is Â¬ for a weeks visit to relatives in Louisin session at Lexington and Rev J ville M Turner pastor of St Johns Miss Eftlo Hill left Thursday morning for a visit to relatives in Louis- Â¬ Church in this city is in attendance Personal Â¬ fTS JmBm LVfcToH St Louis Mo f ill for Tliank g iG Infants and ChlioTcn CMtorl cores Colic OonMfpatlon Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worm girts Bleep and promote rcstlon Without Injurious medlcatioa - qm of- - Mrs A Harris kindly remembered us while in the east purchasing a fine stock of fall milinery and brough us flies of Philadelphia and New York dailies for which we are very thank Â¬ ful Two Battles Cured Her Caxxoix Ia July 1889 I was suffering 10 years from ahocka In my head bo much bo that at timet I didnt expoct to recorer I took medicine from many doctors but didnt get any relief until I took Pastor Â¬ C as tor 1 k so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to aay prescription II A Arckxb K D known to me Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T dOKtml 4hH a 3BIH Completed Mr Jerry Downey has completed the sewer on Shelby street from Third to Todd and only has a few catch basins to put in He has pushed the work rapidly and has given the city a good job - Koenigs Nerve Tonic tho second dose relieved l w bntttpn rt H W PECK me Recommends it to all Sufferers July 1888 Onr daughter had twitching on the left elde since eho was six months old which increased in spite of consulting several physicians so that it resembled fits after several years Wo gave her but 3 bottles of Koenigs Nerve Tonic which removed all symptoms of tho disease She is well now and we can recommend this remedy to all sufferers of nervous diseases NIC KRAMER Bestanrant 1113 N 3d St The use of Castoria is so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Caklos Marttk DD New York City Bloomingdale Reformed Church Late Pastor For sereral years I hare recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to-so as it lias invariably produced beneficial do results Edwin F Pardm H D TboWlnthrop125th Street ond 7th Are New York City 77 MunnAY vIH JIB lH HI irJ M Trrs Csktaob Cootaxt Strkt New York Reappointed Gov One BottleiCured Him tako Pastor Koenigs Buckner has reappointed but after I commenced todisappeared sleep re Â¬ Nerve Tonio tho pains turned and before I bad used ur one bottlo full Messrs John W Green of Owen of tho Nerve was 80 well that I went James R Rogers of Bourbon Jordan to work again Tonic I as usual o Owen of Hart and N P Moss of 70 Pamphlet for sufferers 0ui KRAMER di norvoua Our Hickman as members of the State seases will bo sent freo to nny address and patients can also outam tms medicine Board of Equalization to serve for ftoorof cbargo from us This remedy has been prepared by tho Rovorend the ensuing two years Pastor Kocnig of Fort Wayne Ind for the post Â¬ months used different medicines without effect Stuart Holt Co Neb Nov 88 I was suffering from Bheumatism for ten BICYCLE ILL SIZES STYLES FOR PKXCES - Children Enjoy ten yonrs and is now propared undor his direc tion by tho Â¬ KOENiG MEDICINE CO eer Clinton Dt PEOPLE OF ANY AGE OR SEX 50 Wilt UiUm CHICAGO ILL 3STCJCi3E 217 St Clair St 3te5HEKTESSCTM FRANKFORT KV CJ3Bn JUS JCIEJS 2 CilMEGBEITS Agrents for the Celebrated Coventry rivals agon IROQUOIS c par Â¬ 57Correspondence Solicited HIS - ROOMS Kentucky Central Hallway BLUE GRASS ROUTE C WIST XT A L K1CNTUCKY TO ALL POINTS NORTH EAST Crowded suul Everyloiy Siitisliod imcl Many Shortest and Quickest route from WEST Ifo v PniisiiiK Him 0 11110 SOUTHWEST KASTLINEIIETWKKN LEXINGTUK AND CINCINNATI MAY 11TH 1890 riJIlEDULK IN EFFECT South ltound No 2 Ex Sun ONE EJlJOY No 4 Daily No 6 Ex Sun only A ccom bet CUu v Lex Sunday No 14 Â¬ Â¬ Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Falnioutti 8 10am o 18UI1 10 U7am 11 Â¬ Â¬ tljirf illltfjg3jftltll Lexington 1200pm 11 20am Lve Paris ArrWinchestcr 1205pm liiBallliJill Arr Iaris Cynthiana J 44am 10am i5pni pm 5 30pm 1 55pm Lve Richmond 3 05pm Arrllcrea Livingston 5 20pm Richmond 1 Lancaster Stanford 2S3pm JJiim 2 45pm JlVpm 4U8jin lUOtlpni 5U7pic 10 2pm 5 40pm 10 05pm 0 3D pm 54Gpm C20pm 730pm BOOpiii H 8 OOant 1000am 10 40am 11 15am 1200 m 818am 4 60 North Bound No 13 No 3 Accom No s No 1 Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun only bet Lex cm BBr W D REA M D SURGEON AND SPECIALIST And In charge of the Electrical and Surgical Department of tho Coitee Medical Institute Louisville Ky at the -- KENTUCKYS CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT 1 SATURDAY SEPT 27 Day i45pm 240pm 883am 4 21pm 3 21pmi 823am 4 41pm 340pm 913am 5 26pm 4 35pm Falmouth 1035am G30pm 6 25pm Covington Arr 1045am 688pm 535pm Arr Cincinnati MAYSVILLE BRANCH 200pra 2 45pm 315pm 4 02pm G 35pm R 45pm XMOg Arr Richmond Lve Stanford Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Winchester Paris Lve Lexington Paris Cynthiana Lve Livingston 800am Uerea 1025am 11 45am 1000am 105pm 1 filpm 2 7 Mm 7 45am w a CM 610am 715U11 gpm 748am 700am Returning every month during the year Dr Rea has been connected with the largest hospitals In the country and has no superior In diagnosing and treating diseases and deformities He will give 00 for any case that he can not tell the disease and where located in live minutes He will return to Frankfort every four weeks this year Trits all Curable Medical and Surgical Dis- Â¬ eases Acute Chronic Catarrh Diseases of the Ere Eur Nose Throat and Â¬ North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris Ex Sun 7 00 7 C3am Dailv No iiEx Sun 2 4 Daily - Arr Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr Johnson Maysville 8 8 9 34 10 15 MiIary Epilepsy or A Lungs Dyspepslu Brlghts Disease betes Kidneys Liver Bladder Chronic Female and Sex- Â¬ ual Diseases Dia- Â¬ South Bound Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville Ex Sun 5 20 5 57 6 49 7 15 7 40 7 8Cpm a m 805 pm No io No 12 Daily Daily 35pro pm nm 50pm 5 45pm 10am 612pm 43 a m 636pm 2 43 am Ex San 135 SPlts Ciared Aged Men 3Positive ana Young Middle Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency as the result of self abuse In youth or excess In maturer tears and other causes producing some of the followlnc ellecW as emissions blotches debility nervousness dizziness confusion of Ideas aversion to society defective memory and sexual exhaustion which unlit the victim for business or marriage uro permanently cured by remedies not Injurious Â¬ L001 AND SKIN DISEASES or other injurious drugs Gonorrhoea Gleet Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney Troubles aro speedily cured by treat ment that nas never iaueu butjeures He undertake i no IncurubleCcases thousands given up to die Sypulllsnnd complications nssore throat full Ingot hair pain In tho bones eruptions etc are perfectly eradicated without using mercury Free-For-A- ll r Remember the Date Remember tho date and come early as his rooms are always crowded wherever he stops CONSULTATION FREE Correspondence solicited and coslldentlal Ad dress apers talk about that e tho leading Family seat of govoMgjp Tim Nobs Musicaf Comedy and the 8 of ng Butastljeirgasnipf y traveling introducing goner piate piuubuo wie a v mujiuuuci V ir SEND FOR PROGRAMME Races Btitrted each dav nt 12 m P JOUHSON President ED A TIPTON Secretary Coffee O 1 Medical -- Institute 232pm Johnson Carlisle 823pm Millersburg 847pm 415pm Arr Paris 6 30pm Arr Lexington a m 730pm Arr Covington 10 45 a m 638pm Arr Cincinnati Nos 13 and 14 ltun Sundays only acd make- all stops no l nuns daily irom Lexington to Clncln- mm No 43 Leavea Lexington 1000 a m Arrlves Paris 1045 a m Except Sunday No 8 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives Falmouth 710 p m Except Sunday Trains Nos 7 and 8 of the K C Fnlmoutli now leave and arrive at the new Accommodation Fourth street depot Cincinnati between John and Smith streets Beginning July 1 trains Nos 1 and 6 the Lexington Accommodation will also use same depot 3 runs dully between TRAIN NOTES No Lexington and Cincinnati No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lexington Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester M V By for points on tho NN Trains of this line nownrriveat IMPORTANT depart from the Central Union Passenger and Station Cincinnati making connec- Â¬ tion tor ull points North East and West Through Tickets sold and Baggage checked to any point reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of the company or 8 F B MORSE W L MUNSON lenl Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt CINCINNATI O Cincinnati O HEnUNTINUTONVIce PresGonMunager GENERAL OFFICES am am am am am 835am 10 35 pm w m m 52 O FIFTH STREET lXl J v r June 23 1 LOUISVILLE KY I Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati O note We now have double dally train ser- vlaeon Sundays both ways between Cincinnati UUU Lexington Wr w j mprcHBioiiw laifjtou of Wasli lr irningjiepped iys rulo on tho prn tof ldnhi va si i liad enough i aee nothing iiu JK but ijgOVorctl A great barren Sw with sago brush onWfiri another portion of the State I was toltl tho prevailing winds shifted the sands in a way as to render tho lands practi- Â¬ cally worthless for agricultural pur- Â¬ poses But I did not know at the time we were about 300 miles from Capo Flattory its extreme north west corner and something like 200 miles IVom its southern boundary Tho speedy train however was not long spanning this desolate looking re Â¬ gion and almost before wo were aware of it was spinning and flitting along the bases of velvet tufted foot Tiills and table lands over beautiful streams and along wido far stretch ing lakes whose clear rippling waves made them glisten and gleam in tho bright morning sun with a silvery beauty As the sun neared the horizon soon the shadows of the foot hills and peaks of tho Cascades flitted across our path and the close of the day r a J rought with it quite thodifferent im early dawn ression from that of rom the eastern boundary to the ores of Puget Sound the transition com baa to good is complete ana he contrast as day to night Every eacue brines with it a marked change in contour of land and quality oi sou some ot the nnest grazing lands in the country are embraced within the confines of the table lands and foot hills of the mountains Vast Areas of lands inaccessible for tillage purposes are perpetual feeding rounds for the herder and the unch grasses are exceedingly nutri- Â¬ tious Like all other countries Washing ton has its good and bad phases of land and climate but iar less oi the latter than any place in existences the winters lasting usually over a period of about four or five weeks Many thousand acres of land after being denuded of timber are utterly worthless excent for fruits crrazincr and minerals while the great oulk of plains and valleys are especially nne ibr all agricultural purposes No sensible man going to a new country would think of buying land without a full knowledge of its character Without the huge system of moun- Â¬ tains which are the source of all the zflush rapid streams and rivers the great bulk of the country would be practically barren waste but here is one of the grandest provisions of na Â¬ ture in the whole world and nowhere r else do I believe the handiwork of the Creator is so visibly shown as in these gigantic silent dumb sentinels of eternity monumental to the stupen- Â¬ dous upheaval force which gave them Â¬ -- tiiac was u Ai Ian S if f Â¬ -- -- a ft- 4s i r Oft i Where these mountains become too Tugged for agriculture and grazing there still remains a utility of purpose to further the interests of the popu- Â¬ lace They are rich in minerals as well as being the source ofexhaustless water supply for irrigating purposes On the east side of the Cascades last year there were as many as 350 days of sunshine and I was credibly Informed this was in keeping with the general run of weather from oneÂ¬ jyear to another Under these conditions the idea struck me that there would be endless dust and every- Â¬ thing parched up But this is not so ibr there is some wonderful atmos- Â¬ pheric influence that abates them and xenders the place very pleasant All personB opposed to mud roads ought to hail this section with joy Nothing but snows fall there Eigh- Â¬ teen inches of snow has been known to cover the ground and on the high grounds three days after the farmers were ploughing their fields for wheat Where tons of good soil here in Ken Â¬ tucky are washed away by ordinary Tains there no matter how hilly or undulating not a thimbleful is ever moved Any stranger would natur- Â¬ ally ask as I did how could eighteen inches depth of snow melt inside of two days without flooding tho streams and washing soil fences and every thing in its path away But it does it without these effects nevertheless and disappears magic like by evapo- Â¬ ration and all by the power of that wonderful chinook wind The soil is very porous absorbs water like a sponge and is exceed- Â¬ ingly retentive of moiBture The east being high and dry they would not feel 20 below zero as much as we would our damp penetrating biting cold at zero Indeed the redeeming qualities of the country are so mani- Â¬ fold that nothing short of a residence there could thoroughly convince any one of its realitiob If unvarying reg Â¬ ularity of seasons delightful beyond combined with good description qualities of soil bringing about a condition promotive of tho complot6 contentment of mankind does not satisfy ones curiosity as to what a country and its possibilities are then that person can not be satisfied So much for tho bright and dark side of its eastern picture It is clearly evident from fossil re Â¬ mains and gravel bods that the whole of the country west of tho Cas Â¬ cades was onoo tho bed of tho ocean wo will not stop to discuss tho goo logical formation of tho remainder One of tho greatest drawbacks to agriculturist there aro tho gravel and sand formations found in many local Â¬ ities especially on high grounds Where theso aro found in excess the land is useless except for orchards and grazing But no emigrant need --Â¬ perpetuity splendid elk and deer suffice to make man dog and Winchester constant So much for the bright companions and dark side of the western picture After this feeble effort I here add with the approval of the readers and license of the editor what I consider some choice readable matter Here is a porton of what the editor of the Datroit Free Pres3 has to say relative to the Yakima county on the east side dwelling on the subject of irri- Â¬ gation viz The descent of these streams is so rapid that it is easy to lead ditches of water from them through the soft soil to irrigate as large tracks as may be desired The mamditches are easily dug and when these are done all the farmer has to do when he desires to let the water on his fields is to run furrows from the main ditches through the fields When there is sufficient moisture on the land a few minutes work with the hoe shuts off the stream and the cops grow on without danger of damage from either drouth or flood It is better than the rain direct from the clouds for the water goes just where you want it to go and in such volume as you want it Under this system the Yakima county is capable of growing a remarkable range of vegetable products AH the small grains wheat oats barley rye buckwheat etc grow as well as in any part ot the country Corn and tobacco are grown to per- Â¬ fection and sorghum is an excellent crop Vegetables and root crops of all sorts yield abundantly One of the most valuable crops is hops of which there is a very large acreage All the ordinary fruits flourish in- Â¬ cluding the finest quality of peaches which can gears grapes and quinces satisfaction to complete In short it is the paradise of the ag- Â¬ riculturist a region whera he can defy the elements and produce any crop under tho sun Eastern farmers will read this and accuse me of exag- Â¬ geration but let them go there and see fbv themselves I might be able to exaggerate in writing of this section but I doubt it The word Yakima an Indian name is said to mean a great succotash garden Whetherthis is the correct definition or not that is alÂ¬ most what the country amonnts to after it has been irrigated and culti- Â¬ vated I have met many surprises in Washington One of these is what I have learned of the climate I have met porsons from Michigan and other eastern States who have been cured of pulmonary diseases by a short resi Â¬ dence there The climate of this par-Â¬ ticular section seems peculiar to itself It is emphatically a dry climate No rain falls in summer nor does snow in any considerable quantity fall in win- Â¬ ter Tho climate is very similar to that of the south of France Tho mild Ch- Â¬ inook wind that blows along up the Co- Â¬ lumbia river from the ocean enters the Yakima valley and keeps out the chillv currents of the north that would otherwise prevail there in win- Â¬ ter Spring comes in advance of the calendar and not several weeks be- Â¬ hind itr In February the ground thaws and farming operations have a good start by the end of the month There are scarcely a dozen days in the year the sun does not shine In summer the heat is not oppressive The lingering snows and heavy frosts of the mountains near by lend to the breezes a refreshing coolness and then that current from the ocean brings health and comfort and makes tho country at all times delightful Now horo is what the most brilliant lawyer and famous man of tho world to day said in a speech at a banouet givjii in his honor there What a treasury vault to the scientist is the wonderful geological strata of Wash Â¬ ington whore we can wander along tho steel ribbed hills and feel tho throbbing pulse of mother eaitfc What a paradise to tourists whore water falls from crags and cliffs down deep gorges until ito body is mutilat Â¬ ed by tho heavy drop and rites to kiss tho clouds under a veil of mist What a view for landscape paintors where mountains torn apart by ancient floods are standing in columns like sentinels entrusted with tho keep jug of treasurc3 as precious as tho golden apples in tho gardens of tho Hesper ides No ono need seok for moun Â¬ tain scenery in a foreign land whore tho eye can feast upon such majestic rflffilii I go thoro with his oyes open and buy sand banks and gravel bods when thoro are so many thousand acres of the richest soil in tho world adjacent Tho next obstacle is the rainy reason which lasts usually over a period ranging from October to tho middle of April But while it is raining in midwinter it is very mild and never freezes to a sleet Theso rains are by no means in cessaut as I was lead to suppose nor do they como down with one third tho force and penetration our ordinary winter and spring rains do horo 1 havo seen twenty four hours rain hero equal to a whole week of average daily rains there One of the oldest citizens told me however that he had seen tho time onco only when it rained incessantly through February and March The most I saw was ono week then it would hold up and remain cloudy or sunshiny several days and so on all through tho season but tho people kept busy all the same While tho rain brings them mud roads the ready gravel beds as tho country settles up aro at hand for Of construction of gravel roads couso tenement houses are not to be found there as in old settled coun Â¬ tries and emigrants who do not take this into count make a mistake The settler in tho remote districts would bo as much at a loss without his dog and Winchester as Daniel Boone would have been in the primitive for-Â¬ ests of Kentucky without his faithful friend and trusty flintlock The howl- Â¬ ing of wolves lynx and wild cats the growl of bruin cry of panther roar of mountain lion and the antlers of grandour as Mt Rainier that rears its proud head almost to tho azure blue of heaven with its crown cov Â¬ ered with perpetual snow If you seok to try your metal with noble bravo tho grizzly bear tho road horned elk tho fleet footed deer in tho almost primeval forest of tho Iaciilc coast aeek not tho grapes of Franco till your lipn havo kissed tho luscious juices of tho western fruits If you seek for beautiful farming lands gaze as I havo done upon the valleys of tho Puget Sound coun Â¬ try teeming with tho grandest gems of vegetation where the roses and tho violet tho lily and tho golden rose bud blow in the open air and tho atmosphore is heavy with their fragrant fumes where tho cattle browse in meek content among the grasses that reach their flanks whore they stand knee deep in tho crystal flood and quench their thirst in tho cool springs that gurglo and spout from tho hidden streams that find their way to tho surface and form streams to feed the meadow lands where they are lulled to sleep by the sweot music from the tiny throats of birds of brilliant hue where the trees grow to such majestic proportions as to cause tho kings of Virginia pin Â¬ eries to bow their heads as it were in subserviency What a prospect of joy it must be to the farmer who re Â¬ R K McCLURE Is receiving daily nis Fall Stock of BOOTS UAlu Â¬ sides in Kansas Dakota and Colorado to gaze on such a country as Wash- Â¬ ington devoid of all crop destroying peststo see the surroundingmountains that shelter the dwellings and fields from the devastating and pitiless tor- Â¬ nado whore the soil is so rich in We have a large stock of the very best goods and having bought before the big advance in leather cau for the present give our friends goods at the old prices Our the natural phosphates that every branch of husbandry can be carried on where the luxuriant grasses grow in profusion tinting the land Â¬ scape with green and gold with pur- Â¬ ple and crimson where such is the marvelous luxuriances of nature that each tree or vine weakens or actually destroys its neighbor by excessive pro duction unless the watchful eye of the larmer prevents as its bearing powers are greater than its space will permit to see the mountains covered with a dense forest that can be uti- Â¬ lized for his home his barns and fences where the hand of generous nature has deposited in the rocky fastnesses of the earth great stratas of coal to warm the body surrounded with towering mountains teeming with metallic wealth sufficient to have stricken speechless with amaze- Â¬ ment the Phoenician miners of Cad Â¬ mus and Jason nature having made its wealth so apparent to the naked eye that the miners will come and cause the valleys to vibrate with the metallic ring of the hammerand steel and by his reward share with all the avenues of trade within the gift of na- Â¬ ture where there is no such grim spectre as overproduction for by the aid of deep water courses the Pacific kisses the golden decked sands of Washington and a natural harbor is given for the great ships that will be built from the timber grown on Puget Sound soil and under the glorious stars and stripes they will bear the sur Â¬ plus product to the less fortunately lo- Â¬ cated climes of China Japan and Aus- Â¬ tralia Truly Puget Sound is an em- Â¬ igrants Eden Every spot is a gar- Â¬ den and every garden is a production of fruits and flowers of all kinds every fruit of luscious sweetness and every flower bearing its own sweet perfume And while our lands of tho eastern States are robed in the piti- Â¬ less mantle of white and the birds and cattle shiver in covered nooks where the hand of the farmer is prac Â¬ tically paralyzed by the ice and frost and he sits restless and fretful for the return of spring that he can begin his planting is all different on Puget Sound The valley lands are green and fruits and flowers grow and add beauty to the scene The air is filled with sweet melody from the tiny throats of birds and the children romp and play warmed by that won- Â¬ derful freak of nature the soft Chi- Â¬ nook wind I only ask your readers to take the above strain of eloquence into consid- Â¬ Coming from the source eration they do they are geniB of thought worth preserving These two extracts virtually cover all necessary ground of information relative to Washing Â¬ ton D Meade Woodson BUELL BOOTS Are the only real water proof boots Our ra m - i RAILROAD BOX BOOTS Are extra Our fl 250 BOOT Is we think best for the money in the country R K McCLURE DR ELLIOTTS Medicated Food ric A Suro Curo for a Diseases In BwEKiiiiiirTfiri zf HORSES Cattle Sheep and Hogs Arising from Impurities of the Blood and from Functional Derangements A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS AHD A CERTAIN PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA FOE SJELiB 0 R Crutcher Frankfort W Chapman Druggist HiiyS Cm ZB3T Florian Woodlake AB L A Owen Jett For lame back side or chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster Price 25 cents For sale by J W Gayle 27 SHILOHS COUGH and Consump- Â¬ tion Cure is sold by us on a guarantee It cures Consumption For sale by W Gayle 27 m JACOB S WIG JERT CC Have Removed From the Baltzel Buildii OUST --H101 J SHILOHS VITALIZER is what you need for Constipation Loss of Appe- Â¬ tite Dizziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia Price 19 and 75 oents per bottle For sale by J W Gayle 27 SwdLAJliT STEEET TO MD ii 102 of MN S Hotel- rw -- - Basement the Capital -- jtffigyThey will fill this space with an entirely nejv ad short time ment C ULUU 1nffwlji HMNhl EiCOLLINS DBALKBS IN u ii B m ii WmmrSEi Wall Paper HARNESS A w Shot and Shell And Agents for Laflin 1 F Decorations LIALK PLASTER CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND MIXXJ PAD tJUUVJUJ UUUW UAUS 1UU llHUIM AJNU tTJUUV VULL LINK OV SKWKB AND FLUE PIPF tWAYANDLKWIS JW jutrit u AT FIMlllBMllTinMMOTMniMiilMlil Wiinn WW II MillWWI Ml WTIII iilrTilJBfllMrilrlilTliiTl I PlflB13IICTtEElIMiftMtf iriTTIWl in a - - v u lW t u qjSA 44 Xi toWty PARIS AND NEW YORK BONNETS AN 115 ATSt WILL BE ON EXHIBITION WEDNESDAY OCT our B41 ON SLiJM cmL JP JL Jfch aVK Setim id ROUNDABOUT stored at the post office at Fraukfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter FKAMFOftT they had a stream of water on the fire within six minutes from the time tho alarm sounded Johnson I Close Work A Â¬ Tyrone Packet trips between this city and Tyrone The little steamer Mazy has come into this trade and will make daily AEO A IE WIS Editor and Publisher FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 27 1890 In Business Again Soldiers Reunion The reunion of tho Sixth and Fifteenth Infantry and Ninth Cavalry Kentucky Volunteers held at Shelby ville on Friday of last week was a grand affair and was attended by about a thousand old veters In the morning a procession was formed and marched to the Fair Grounds where addresses were delivered by Col H M Buckley Gen E H Hob son Major D J Burchett Col R M Kelloy and Mrs Hirst National Presi- Â¬ dent of the Womans Circle G A R A splendid dinner prepared by the ladies of Shelby ville was partaken of and early in the afternoon the pro- Â¬ cession marched back to Shelbyville where a business meeting was held and the following ofilcers elected President Capt J L Chilton Secretary Maj McDowell Treasurer Capt Â¬ i m Thos Ballow has purchased grocery of Mr Jas P Burns on the Holmes street and has taken posMr Â¬ session i Married in Jeff Mr Pen Merchant and Miss Minnie Owens of this city eloped from here Monday morning and were married at Jeffersonville Indiana Â¬ Douglas Camp Knights of Friendship of this city went to Mt Sterl- Â¬ KERSEY ing and drilled for a prize of seventy MRS ANNASeptembor 15PAYNE3ForSCHOOL open 1890 particufive dollars against Winchester Camp lars npply at No 418 East Broadway Aug 80 lm on Saturday The two drill corps were so evenly matched and so close was their work that the judges were unable to decide which was entitled PARTIES WHO HAVE CLAIMS AGAINST to the prize and it was agreed to di Â¬ ALL estate of Dr B F Duvall will present them to me properly proven on or before the vide it between the two Camps 22d day of September 1890 All parties knowing to said estate will please Douglas Camp is composed of a tine themselves indebtedaccounts beforo said date call and settle their LUCY DUVALL body of young colored men who take Admx great pride in their drill and aro not Sort 1st 1890 Sept 6 lm afraid to tackle any other organizaÂ¬ tion upon the parade ground Their FRANKFORT CEMETERY CO movements are all well executed and thoy generally carry off one of the THE NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN TO held LOT prizes when they enter a contest that an election will be nt the Â¬ SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Co FARM FOR SALE T OFFER FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIlf 1 my farm containing 170 acres at tho mouth ofElkhornon the Kentucky river In Franklin county It is mostly bottom land and Is suitable for tho cultivation of corn and tobacco It is finely watered by ponds and springs and haa about 20 acres well set In bluegrass It has upon It a good residence good barn and other neces- Â¬ sary out buildings sn located as to make a de-Â¬ NOTICE lightful home For terms call on or uddress my attorneys Scott Vlolett Frankfort Ky 1G nug Cm MAUY F QUARLES Try lass Hog Si Poultry Rem m For Sale by Heaths Elsewhere store of H K McClure In Frankfort Ky Fri Â¬ day October 8d between the hours of 10 and 1 oclock a m for the purpose of electing seven trustees E L SAMUEL Sept C Mrs B T Milton who was par-Â¬ alyzed last week died at her home in A telegram from Washington says Lexington on Saturday night and The aged hus there is a likelihood of Gen Green was buried Monday Clay Smith being permanently loca- Â¬ band has many friends here who ted at the Metropolitan Baptist deeply sympathise with him now that he takes up the burden of life Church in that city m alone Ulay Go to Washington lm President FARM FOR RENT OR SALE THE acres situated within a few hundred yards of -- uimnlt Station on the Kentucky Mid Â¬ land Rallro id about two miles cast of Frank- Â¬ fort and the same conveyed by H Mastln to C J Cheaney Is for rent for the year beginning March 1st 1891 or will bo sold on liberal terms For particulars upplj to CHEANEY FARM CONTAINING ABOUT J W 1 Druggist G AYLE - - Â¬ Old Market house Corner FRANKFORT Mur lyr KY - Little Margaret the bright and FRANK CHINN Frankfort Ky beautiful daughter of Mr L T Chiles Sept C tf The Middlesborough News has got- Â¬ and wife died at their home in Mt ten out a handsome monument edi- Â¬ Â¬ Mike Minton Louisville was select- Â¬ tion of twelve pages with litho- Sterling on Friday after a lingering illness with typhoid fever Mr ed as tho next place of meeting graph cover and profuse illustrations SELL ON 23D Those present from this county and is chuck full of advertisements Chiles and wife have many friends WILL October AT PUBLIC SALE SimTHE the farm of Cart Steele lying on the Kentucky liter 9 miles below Frank were Ninth Cavalry Ohas T Flem- Â¬ The press work is first class and the and relatives in this city whose fort containing 214 acret 110 of It In bluegrass hearts go out in sympathy to them in dwelling house and out buildings 2 tenement ing Peaks Mill Co C Lieutenant get up excellent houses large barn and stables all in good condi their sore affliction J VV Jenkins Bridgeport J W Mul tion Will sell at tho Mine time stock and crop carriage buggy wagon mid farming Implements holland Farmdale Co D Jesse All sums under f20 cash over that umountG Assistant Secretary Slightly Paralyzed months credit with good security Whitehouse this city Co E John MARY I STEELE W Semones and W H Sudduth Ben- Â¬ Mr Ed O Leigh of the Paducah nug23 td Administratrix Hon E H Taylor jr Mayor of the son Co H Still Smiley and Ed K Standard who was Second Assistant been confined to his bed WM Choate this city Co I Clerk of the last Senate has been ap- city who has for the past week or two suffered a Sixth Infantry J W Suttles Ben Â¬ pointed to and accepted the position paralysis on Thurs- ATTORN W son Co B of Assistant Secretary of State made slight stroke of day of last week which affected his vacant by the resignation of Hon W right side We are glad to state REAL ESTATE up tlie L Ringo AGENT Wanted to Blow however that he has recovered Â¬ Monument Edition FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ The BEST FLOUR is the Â¬ CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- CREAM Â¬ FLOUR maae dv tne juexington 4 4 av Pen by the name of Jas H Campbell alias Black was arrested Saturday on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon tried in the Police Court and sent to the Work House in default of tho payment of a fine of twenty five dollars It has since developed that he is an having been sent to the peni- Â¬ tentiary from Hopkins county for two years his term expiring last July From suspicious circumstances Warden Bolan believes heeame here for tho purpose of assisting some of confederates in the penitentiary Jlisescape He is known to havo sent to up a sky rocket from the Arsenal Hill one night last week as a signal o some of his pals in the peniten- lary and on Monday his satchel as found concealed behind the Arse il in which were eighteen large Icks of dynamite with fuse and 38 for firing the same and it is ioved it was his intention to blow own the walls some night and give lis confederates a chance for liberty To is still in tho work house and y bo held on a more serious charge en his time expires A man Â¬ ex-conv- ict Congressional Candidates Â¬ Rev Hiram Ford of Scott county has been nominated by the Prohibi- Â¬ tion party as a candidate for Congress in this district and Hon W 0 Â¬ P Breckenridge the present incum- Â¬ of friends regret to hear of his mishope to see T WISH TO SELL THE FARM I NOW LIVE bent has deen declared the Demo- Â¬ fortune and earnestly 1 on known as tho Peter Dudley farm looatcd cratic nominee by the District Dem- Â¬ him out again soon on tho Frankfort and Versailles turnpike road sufficiently to be able to use both arm and limb his brain is as clear as ever and his physician thinks he will soon be all right again Mayor Taylor is one of our most enterprising and energetic business men and his host THE COURTS OI Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also giro special attention to the purchase and sale or ml estate collection or nta claims and the legetiatloB of loans Offiee opposlU Court house Jnn2ft lT IN PRACTICE r I SILL FJUFOII SEE two and u half miles from Roller Mills Co Lexing ton Ky For sale by alt first class Grocers Dont fail to use Cream Flour - if vou want orood Bread and a happy Cook a i ocratic Committee Deatli of Leatider S Reed The Fall Celebration taining auout the former place con jFire Wednesday Kiglit oclock Wednesday veiling tho llro department was ailed to the Hermitage distillery at ho east ond of Third btreot by an Vncuaioned by the burn- irm ilo of shavings from Just before 7 had been no river bank just back oio and cattle sheds These airfes were in great danger of be- destroyed and tho 800 feet of jg jhoso which are always Kept upon the distillery premises wero immediately attached to a fire plug on Gross street by the employes of tho distillery and stream of water turned on and in a t time tho flames wore oxtin- hod Tho fire department made v good run considering tho dis- hn hen thoy roacncci tho f v tiro thoy had which p enable them to Tlbtfbfmubhservice Mr P Fall Taylor Secretary of tho adapted to bus Louisville Fall Celebration spent This farm Is especially and tobacco the dairy each iness market garden culture Mr Leander S Reed Receiver of run at the city visiting his moth- Â¬ of thoe can be Immediate same time successSunday in this fully possession can be the Louisville Chancery Court died er and sister and reports everything given for ears etc suddenly in that city on Saturday of in Sept 13 lm ROBT MCMILLAN readiness for a grand display next paralysis He was born in this city in the Falls City He is a live on the 24th of June 1810 and lived month energetic young man and wo can here until 1853 Ho was a cousin of safely say that if every one connnect Mrs J Alex Grant Mrs Ed Hensley ed with the fall celebration have done Mrs L Labrot and Mrs E P Bryan ON THE SOUTH SIDE I WOULD RESPECT their work as faithfully and consci- Â¬ have fully inform tho citizens of Fiunkturt that I m opened a entiously as Fall Taylor it is bound Passed at Last to bo a perfect success in every re Â¬ The River and Harbor bill has at spect Like all Frankfort boys of at 3S0 Second street South Frankfort where I will constantly all kinds of last passed Congress and been signed pluck who leave home to make a liv- Â¬ and bult meatskeep in stocktc My wagonfresh sausage will trips make by the President and the amount ing he is going right up to the front meats regulur door every morning and deliver A share of your patronage at the Is solicited apprqpriated to Kentucky has be- Â¬ and is bound to succeed in life 3Jv Burclcliaxdt come availablo so that work can be Rough on upon the locks and dams resumed JOHN C STR0T1IER THOS R GORDON Specifications are now being pre A leading member of tho Frankfort office of Maj Lockwood pared at tho GORDON STR0THER at the same house with a U S Engineer in charge in Cincin bar boards d boy and nati and it is hoped work can lie re Â¬ bright little on coming out from dinner a few Attorneys-at-La- w sumed before winter sets in days ago tho lawyer found the little ROOM 11 TYLER BUILDING fellow standing in front of tho house S B Oor Sixth and Main On Time Streets Who wore you talking to himself LOUISVILLE KY I With every returning September talking to asked the Judge in all tho Courts said tho littlo Practice and March comes the fall and spring was talking to God Refer to Mechanics SavIngH Hank mid Trust Well where is He asked tho Co Louisville Ky J M Robinson V Co Whole advertisements of tho old reliable one Oh Ho took His head in as sale Uiy Goods Louisville Ky Kentucky Na nurseryman II F Ilillenmeyor of Judge tional Hank Louisville Ky Dunlni Urosi Co Saddlery Louisville Ky Lexington Ho is on hand again soon as Ho saw you coming was th o Wholes lieCm which took tho Judges Mur27 to dny with his fall announcement of reply a largo assortment of ornamental breath trees grape vines asparagus small Married in Carlisle fruits o His stock is always the very best and just what ho represent Mr R T Kerr of Donornille it to be In dealing with him you Scott county and Miss Carrie B patronize an honest upright gentle Montaguo of Indopondenco Mo Read his advertisement and man wore married then send in your orders for fall formerly of this city Wodnesdayjat tho residence of Mrs E M AKD ARCTIC planting Mollie McClure near Carlisle Tho Baker1 Famous Headache Specific ceremony was porformed by Dr J cures whore other medicines fail It M Lewis of Georgetown The bride The Best World h oiio trial will convince TTa ma A4Lm ly wiuiuiuu uuupmaii is a niecoof Mrs Peter Jott and Mr JBt Uf VWWt Z A W Cromwell of this city i V lj il janifffcj w tMit Â¬ Â¬ 100 ACRES OF LAND Dr 1 1 Kelley OHIO KY- OF CINCINNATI WILL BK AT THE IN FRANKFORT NEW MEAT STORE FRIDAY OCT 17 1890 t BLEEDING Chloroform BLIND imlajx1 stoee or ITCHING Cured without any surgical operation ana with little or no pain Ligature or Knlfi of Is not necessary with thU mode treatment the Judge FISTULA Iieurtd US ANO Â¬ FISSURES Cored wttnoat cutting or tearing Â¬ three-year-ol- ULCERATION CATARRH OI tne bowel cured Dr Belly has now been TUltlngthls cltyregi arly for nearly seven euis and the many cures be has maae among the wealthy and lnnuiath citizens are sufficient ertdence ot bis success It in now a well established fact that man dt eases of the stomach liver kidney bladdtf womb and nervous system are either caused ot uggravated by the coexistence of PILES YI8TU LA FISSURE JLCKR RRFKRENCES Dr E H Gober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Graefensburg J T 8tateu Frankfort Ky V Merberlch Frankfort Ky Re L P Uulett Benson Ky A U McClure Frankfort Ky Blchard Ferguson Frankfort Ky w J Hughes jrranjnon David Moore Henson Ky Jas 31 Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELXIY8 onVe and residence Is at SI West Eighth street Cincinnati and where h may be found every day of each week ui Â¬ Â¬ or RECTAL vfiir - v lies aW Sons nj Â¬ FLOUR in the I kxccft FBIDAIB AHD BATUBDATS Pamphlets describing these diseases and tklt modeot treatment seat free U any one by af dressing J W I I 350 Waat Hlffhth St Oinoinnati Oh Msr- VIaa I KELLEY H Dd VRII -- rawunn fv- - iujt V i mBwafmBKthi noWBTTTPATTOM 11 UMVU r I i Am SJ WQwfwUQF ph JbSHHgnjnHHHHKIMnbeMtVBHH19M9lrw37 wEOTiKb AVWVB79sri VXZT r7TJ VT n wnnZjjKi4Uaji5ETijBasBBaBVBB3fyi9aVHa jaE I flflp laftWa SE MM BUT TRUE FACT STTSS IHVifcfl 9 The same I fatal aft l Prom the cheapest to the finest and all kinds of domestics usually kept in a first class Dry Goods House ular branch of goods must be closed out to make room for another that will as fully BfV laH laBs V fed - and - Domestic - Dress - G ooas This particÂ¬ make a change in my business that is to sell the Dry Goods branch out entirely consisting of a full assortment of the latest and mosr desirable line of 11 SaLvlwf So I will make such low prices as will sell them at once interest 503TOl and you will Call early while my stock is OJ 1 y k yet complete SAVE FULLY Â¬ ill I flPlaV 1 J our city We congratulate the Im Â¬ Holding Court in Lexing- - No Money Required of Responsibl Pariies to Commence Treat- Â¬ ton provement Company upon having se- Â¬ ment Taking effect Sunday May 12th 1889 will bo in effect cured such an excellent general manthe following time table Judgo Ira Julian opened the fall upon this road ager and Ashland upon gaining such term of tho Common Pleas Court in Visit TBAIN8 SOUTH a clever gentleman for a citizen Lexington on Monday and the Tran- Â¬ No 23 loavosFrankfort 550 n m No 17 leaves Frankfort 825 a m script of Tuesday speiiks in the fo- Â¬ Bought More Land No 21 leaves Frankfort 213 p in llowing complimentary terms of him No 19 leaves Frankfort 612 p m The Newmarket Distilling Com- Â¬ Judge Ira Julian of Frankfort TBAINS NORTH pany of this city have purchased of made his first appearance as Judge in KY WEDNESDAY OCT 1 No 18 leaves Frankfort 1003 a m Mrs M A Gibson twenty four acres this city yesterday since his election FRANKFORT as Common Pleas Judge of this disp m of No 20 leaves Frankfort 500 ground adjoining thoir distillery trict He made a very favorable No 22 leaves Frankfort 910 p m IfcTIj- No 24 arrives Frankfort OUSTS 1Dj V 612 p m property in Mt Sterling for 125 per impression He gets through busi- Â¬ ness very rapidly and his decisions No 23 makes connection at Lagrange acre are generally to the point and very for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for Consultation and Examination Frea-V-just He is very polite and has al- Â¬ And every fourth week thereafter Bloomiield Foot Badly Cut ready made a number of warm No 21 makes connection at Lagrange bar When he mounts for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for Mr George Donalson a cooper em- Â¬ friends at thisbecomes qvite dignified the bench he Bloomfleld ployed at tho shops of Messrs W A and decisive in rulings A number E P BRYAN Co had his right foot bad- Â¬ of minor cases were disposed of yes- Â¬ Gaines Agent ly cut on Saturday by an ax falling terday KY MIDLAND RAILWAY off the chopping block and striking We Didnt See It sa Hnnzarv him upon the instep severing some of the leaders There is a shadowy sort of susrHr r v THIS BUN B CENTRAL STANDARD TIME picion that the press boys who went Changed Their Base to Middlesborough No31Nol fto2iNo have not told every thing they know about the trip A MP M P M AM The geological party in charge of in the roseate accounts they have Lv Frankfort Ar 1008 810 3051545 318 558 060 752 Mr Fred II Bagby who have been at published thereof ilkhorn We are weighted 320 G07 Swltzer 941 743 to the earth with a desire to know if 339 C 22 SfmpgGrnd J2G 728 work in Green county for several Tom Arnold showed them that dual Georgetown 415 655 854 i55 have completed the topo- statue of Grant pointing to the 430 709 Newtown 840 C38 months 4421720 Centreville 829 fi25 graphical survey of that county and south and Lee to the north of which Ar Paris Lv B10 600 GU31741 are now at work in Taylor with head- he so eloquently spoke at Winchester last June Capital Connections at Georgetown with Oueen Cresquarters at Campbellsville cent for Cincinnati and the East No we didnt see the statue but a PM TMAM saw a mighty good place to put it An Evil Practice TIME TABLE ED HHRRIS Jlleenth Regular Â¬ PER CENT 3 ji -- Â¬ 3M I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 305 545 Lv 415 655 620 1015 Ar Georgetown Frankfort Ar 810 055 4j03 Cincinnati Lv Connections at Paris with Ky Central Ry I a m r mIAm 305 545 Lv Frankfort Ar 10 03 Georgetown 415 655 854 605 7 47 Paris 810 1045 Ar Cincinnati rMaysvllle Lv 5201 8J0 1025 Ar 620 1245 Ar Winchester Lv715 Lvl 0101 730 125 Ar Richmond I P M 810 655 600 235 155 SHORTEST l QUICKEST ROUTE TO Cincinnati and the East GEO B HARPER Gen Superintendent B T FARMER V L CLARK Cltv Ticket Agt GenFrelcht Pass Aet FflANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 27 1890 Miss Johnston to Wed Cards are out announcing the wod ing of Mies Mamie Johnston only daughter of Col J Stoddard John- Â¬ ston and Mr Win Wisdom of New prleans La in Louisville on Wednes day October 8th Â¬ Sold Her Farm 1 Mrs Henry Crutcher Ihib sold her farm lying upon the Midland Rail- Â¬ road at Summit Station to Mr S P Mason for sixteen thousand dollars It is probable that the new Creamery will bo erected upon the place A colored woman by the name of Stanley was out riding Sunday after noon with her eight months old child in her lap and becoming frightened at the horse jumped out of the vehi- Â¬ cle taking the child with her In her m haste she was not careful how she held the child and broke its leg near For What it is Worth the hip joint Dr S F Smith re- Â¬ St duced tho fracture and it is hoped A story is telegraphed from Louis to the effect that Mr Jas W tho little one will soon be all Iight Tate the late Treasurer is in Hondu- Â¬ ras in business with Maj Burk the Thousands Poisoned late Treasurer of Louisiana and is In a recent work on Heart Disease doing well It is said that a Kon Dr Franklin Miles the noted spe Â¬ startling tuckian lately from tho island has cialistgives manyofnew and are slow Â¬ facts Thousands people bobbed up in Kansas City who ly poisoning themselves weakening Thz Eminent Specialist formerly resident Physician of the Philadelphia General Hoi Hal Physician in charge of the Ohio Medhal Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for claims to have seen and talked with their hearts by the use of tea coffee twcity five years successfully devoted his time to the treatment of his spec- A tobacco and alcohol These are him laities He succeisfully treats all curable cases of Chronic and Nervous tlearb Whips causing it to beat lap Diseases His treatment is based on the lartfe t experience after idly thus wearing out thorough educational preparation New Trailing Establish Â¬ producing gradually of breath itwhen shortness ment exercising pains in the side and shoulder hungry and faint spells MwntlllT n tl aie or the Rheumatism If not cured it fH to eularreJ lato s iuiriur re in betond a doubt Acilne vou ucumj Darnell have Finally heart failure and sudden tern thl illIbcorr tiHcstietlon reTC treatid It with ncrvoui in delijcaita ajmiperioci rcurauoa to aeuiaprouic lindacr Messrs Mangan ircuiaiuruuujF upon o hme for una re Ml Tifo r nhcnommiT uch atid bcart rented the farm of Mr Ohas W Saf death For weakened and irritated rhrumatio Toe dclwrmltlii mar all be afftlomorreunionbj frra To the Ladies Ua Invi for year made tclnlty iullanirnitloni Cured aroiJM ear the dlaeuej of women Ntru tentha of the tv of fell and have constructed a fine train- hearts the press everywhere hisjhly1 treatment world are born by women and KIJnCM recommend the New Heart Cure nutrition nvrrDlBCuO of the tho of ii the remit or faulty cauao or theae Jdlteaiei properlywithout reaj DriRhta nuderauio ing track in tho field lying on the discovered by Dr Franklin Miles lacreaxo the Howatlmulatiou or uie improper rcmedtci to certain aail complete Our Pirg hipltil ear of urine caaea and treat iliem front Lawronceburg piko just beyond the which ia for sale at J W Gayles Diseases of tho Digestive Organs arc the most fre touudertanl thea Local treatment which ao in tlftcataudpolnt qutut rauacs or the moro fatal dtiiaac rarely tlnd neceaurf Lirapciala Our trrttment ia by t Liter Com 5 toll gate Thoy have engaged the drug store plaint Couitlpatlon and Chronio plarrh all roault In ituper local teiaedlei with which we ibatruct tin feet uutritloa aud render llfomliorable thcniaeltca at their can cornea Earlr lutcrKrcnce lrtu economjr or time money and health services of Mr P D Johnson an ex Â¬ Private Discasei Stricture fileet CATARRH health and Young Ken ho approaching injanlty an nyphllla iouorrlLi perienced trainer and will enter sweet breath CURED by Shilohs dcMh roiaarcretliablu are rapidly tocontultui ntEun Theaa uud cDrctuallT currd hyltnpntency and Sierll lllJowll secured our ajuvUI remedlva habits are the retullor not e euro largely into tho training of fine trot Catarrh Remedy Price 50 cents cie without rail Wo dlataae your tIoc antcoulidence auch thouaandaor dollara in time aud money to itain initio fulKu jed In this direction Nasal Injector free For sale by J I romUe you roller tors Epilepsy or its Thh phennmcuia Middle Afjcd Men who objeno Irrltatlona or -- We understand that young men make a practice of playing cards upon tho walls at the ends of the Devils Hollow bridge on Sunday They do not seem to care who sees them and play right along while persons are passing too and fro upon the pike Tho police should break it up Not a Careful Juniper l C H BOGMAN M D1 3 Â¬ I I W Gayle 27 tho bUilUT and urethra or water The Blue Grass Blade Mr Ohas C Moore has revived tho Blue Grass Blade a weekly prohibition paper at Lexington tho first number of which has been received Tho editor talks right out in mooting and seoms to bo determined to toll tho truth though tho heavens or tho wrath of Lexingtons bosses fall on and crush him He wiolds a keen Blado and in his first issuo carves tho men most prominent in polities in Lexington to tho marrow Â¬ THE EIRST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH in certain located In the aTtem ia the reaultor 1 aiaaco with iMimenu In Our method of trcttment dUte la eutlraly pu which ntcipm Surh iimn aumuicu ny tue theurincahouldaiaUtlieruteltfiiorourtrf or ino of ifmliui noaaneaa which limit o no curr lu the ntoat ntataciontutatubjern went t toniM are Indloatlona dsbllitatl 1 Struck a Better Tiling Â¬ Hon Willis L Ringo Assistant Sec retary of Stato has boon elected Gen Â¬ eral Manager of tho Ashland Im- Â¬ provement Company has accepted and has resigned his present position and will remove to Ashland to reside about the ilrst of noxt week No moro perfect gentleman or popular SLEEPLESS NIGHTS mndo misor follow than Willis Ringo over hold of Cows for Salic Fresh Jersey ablo by that terrible cough Shilohs and wo rogrot cows for sale at tho Clarko place on fiuro n tho Remetlv lor vou For salo flco on tho Square ho is so soon to loavo tho Louisvillo piko 27 to know that bv J V OsivlO I Tired feeling dull headache pains various parts of tho body sinking rktt at tho pit of the stomach loss of ap Â¬ tiantntccd treated by mail and express Where possible personal consultation Iaticnts petite foverishnoss pimples or sores of iiuitions sent free on application are all positive ovidenco of poisoned All cases and correspondence strictly confidental Treatment sent blood No matter how it bocamo poisoned it must bo purified to avoid part of the United States and Canada Address with stamp for reply death Dr Ackers English Blood Dr- - G O Elixir hSfcnever failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold p o BOX 703 under positive guarantee 9 J W Gayle Druggist 7 vcrv Itrson consultttiii tis slioulil ltrinir or acutl fourth sit ounces of their ur will Milimjt to t thorough niicroscopicil examination and cliemicil diitlvaU certitlca whtcli will be furnished the patient Wc cure old cases which have ruffled the skill of other physicians Whv Hecaust expenciicu enables us to recognize the wutai f din tsc We invite all who have failed tobtain elsewhere to consult us All cttra Is pre ft C O H Bagman BRYANT I fiiiSJJi 5trf sunt fr CatuUfue STBATT0N Business b 1 iitbrmattii w Smoke I LONG Baraik SwaaaaasaiBasaakH 1 it TF I VL DURHAM HAVANA 1 Ii J Cigar FILLER Best J 1 j Jt J til 1 kr rffc vvrlkji a l iJilialWttP hMmas00tm ni-- t m nB8ioni e VVIO ox ZEZsur1 roi3am a V laWatkaibi - M- m m y fl mwrrwmmm n i Religions V madcl Rev Thos N Arnold will prencli at Cedar Chapel on the Lawrence burg pike to morrowjnorning at 11 rtiuld be greatly obliged lo tlic ministers and officers ol churches in tlic city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish ni n Tnvr no I I IIK III II HI vxv tuifavu Mr s S f s mw tEW J beware of AWD FRAUDULENT HOlSfESTfi PARTIES misbipresens lTOgTIONp SLmmWrnW oclock Rev H G Henderson will occupy a the pulpit at the Methodist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m The usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730p m will be conducted by the rector Rev 13 A Penick Rev G F Bngby D D will preach Trabues Woods on the Versailles pike to morrow afternoon at 330 oclock All are invited to attend in Rev W G Neville pastor will con- Â¬ duct the services at the Southern to morrow Presbyterian Church morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Rev J McCluskcy Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First BORN Presbyterian Church to morrow morn Â¬ In this county on Thursday Sept ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p4m Mr Muck Saljers utul We n son mm Â¬ mim w mmwmmm I w mm mmmmmm mm Pronounced Hopeless Yet 18 1890 to i mmm m - iwi - i mmmmw w ii I f Saved p Rev G F BagbyDD will occupy his pulpit at the Baptist Church toBe sure and see morrow morning at 11 oclock and Musical Corned the Noss Family in evening at 730 oclock Sunday m school in the chapel at 930 a m Lost One bundle of dry goods valued at 8 Finder will be liberally Rev Father Lambert Young the rewarded by returning to H J Per pastor will conduct the services at ham Jett Ky the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ The Noss Family is the only family morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ in existence playing Musical Com- Â¬ ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 edy m In this county on Wednesday Sept Mr John W Semones and wife a son 24 1890 to i w Rev Geo Daisie 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 From a letter written by Mrs Ada E Hurd of Groton S D we quote Was taken with bad cold which set Â¬ tled on my Lungs cough set in and Anally terminated in Consumption Four doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my absent ones above My husband was advised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bot-Â¬ tles it has cured me and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman Trial bottles free at the South Side drug store regular size 50c and 100 4 P H Carpenter 50 new 25c up 1 SPORTING GOODS GUNS AND LOADED SHELLS FISHING GUN TACKLE IKI IMPLEMENTS RELIABLE GOODS NO CHEAP TMASH ONE PBICEI THE LOWEST May25 - at 7 p m When Baby was sick wo gave her Castoria When she was a Child she cried for Castoria When she became Miss she clung to Castoria When she had Children she gave them Castoria styles in dress buckles from WEITZEL m ODONNELL The Union S S Teachers Meet-Â¬ ing is proving a great success A large attendance and a great interest Tobaccowrowers go to R K Mo Olures and get you a suit of oil mark its weekly meetings It meets water proof slickers to ont your Of all the flour made or sold in again Tuesday night at 730 in the tobacco in 1 the State Miles Sons is the best chapel of the Christian Church 15 pieces of all wool dress goods 54 without a doubt 14 m m inches wide at 60c per yard never Aunt Julia Aim Smith before sold for less than 75c Old fashioned double thicked tin Dead 35 ware at Buckleys 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL Aunt Julia Ann Smith widow of Porcelain lined preserving kettles the late Peter Smith a colored wo- Â¬ 4 qt 35 cts 6qt45cts 8 qt 55 cts man highly respected by all who 10 qt 60 cts 12 qt 65 cts 14 qt 70 35 knew her both white and colored cts 16 qt 100 at Buckleys died at her home corner of Madison Dress Goods and Clinton streets on Thursday For the best and cheapest line of night aged about 70 years She had dross goods and trimmings call on lived a modest quiet life had long 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL been a member of the Baptist Church and died in the full faith of a glorious Through to St Louis in Daylight resurrection Her funeral will take Independent place from the First By taking the 6 oclock accommo- Â¬ Baptist Church to morrow afternoon dation L N train from this city at 230 oclock one can now make connection with m the St Louis Air Line vestibuled Chopped her Finger train which leaves Louisville at 845 every morning arriving at St Louis Mrs Sam Partee who lives on High at 7 p m The Air Line now owns VView was splitting kindling wood with its entire road between Louisville St Louis hatchet when she struck her left andvestibuled and is running the fin est trains in the world nand gashing the index finger so over it If you are contemplating badly that Dr S F Smith had to be going west dont fail to take the Air Line if you wish to travel rapidly and called in to dress the wound comfortably For rates ond information write to Rip Raps B L Bryant Trav Pass Agent Jos Is tile place to buy your boots shoes S Odiorne Gen Pass Agent Louis44 tf c ville Ky hats caps dry goods notions Gall and get our prices on groceries 200 of new ofjkkinds Sugars 13 14 and 15 hams pieces 8c up style dress ging Â¬ from Pnrn srmr mash pouj a tor XI 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL r 40 50 and 60 cents per quart y produce taken in exchange Â¬ Â¬ Try Dr Elliotts horse powder if your horse is out of order and wont fatten Every package guaranteed For sale at O R Crutchers Supply House 131 and 133 St Clair street 34 opposite Court house GRAY lyr CHURH CLAASSEN ICiLL IN- - EDWARD -- miles An Nerve and Liver Plumber Gas Steam Fitter AND DEALER f V on the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A new principle They speedily cure billiousness bad PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK tion Splendid for men women and GUARANTEED children Smallest mildest surest Samples free at In rear of Salenders Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 30 doses for 25 cents 45 ly J W GayleB Frankfort Ky For Sale Steam engine separa- Â¬ Special prices on black dress goods whip cord tor and corn mill for sale cheap as I in henrietta sebastopol SCENT desire to quit business All in good surah cloth and cheviott repair W ST Johnson fc ODONNELL 1 WEITZEL 52-QHHHQWrTTJJ Graefensburg Ky m important discovery Pills They act Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets MlCRF m- Arctic flour is a first class patent and equals any patent sold in Ken ucky Try it 14 fc opium Tariff will go up on tin but prices on tin roofing will be lower than ever for the next thirty days at Buckleys 35 mm Morphine Chloral habits Home treatment ualnless and cures perfect Address SpecMlc Remedy Co Lafayette Ind augl6 Sm MILEi biiii 94mSsSkuo iiniium FOE SA3LE South Frankfort TWO cottages tnland for sale Apply and K0 to of farm J C RUSSELL Ky 27 M2StiZWAv km T Is To Ed Harris stores where you can buy the best goods for very little New line of beautiful rugs inSmyrna money Go and be convinced 33 and Mosute also a handsome lino of curtains in lace and silk iing men bank on the Noss ODONNELL 1 WEITZEL Fast Black Hosiery in ladies misses and chil Darbys Prophylactic feces of velvet and silk ribbons drens from 15c up Every pair war and colors at low prices rented or money refunded Use it in every sick room Will WEITZEL 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL ODONNELL keep the atmosphere pure and m nore of the number 7 cook wholesome removing all bad odors Eupepsy Buckleys 35 from any source This is what you ought to have Will destroy all Disease Germs Seal Cloaks in fact you must have it to fully infection from all Fevers and all tevens of A E Burkhardt life Thousands are search- contagious diseases 1 be with us Tuesday and Wed enjoy and mourning J0tli and Oct 1st with a ing for it daily The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ at line of Seal Jurmeiils because they find it not Thou- Â¬ on Sims of New York says I S Johnson Co sands upon thousands of dollars am convinced that Prof Darbys louse Monday are spent annually by our people Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu in the hope that they may attain able disinfectant 21 And yet it may be uo glad to receive this boon jr history literature had by all We guarantee that Buckleus Arnica Salve ar in her rooms corner Electric Bitters is used according The best salve in the world foi ng and Wilkinson streets to directions and the use persisted Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt 3 lt in will bring you Good Digestion Rheum Tetter Fever Sores Noss Family is coming and oust the demon Dyspepsia Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns We and all Skin Eruptions and posiSALE Ono 0 foot oval front and install instead Eupepsy case and one 00- - recommend Electric Bitters for tively cures Piles or no pay reatcd show 4ank As good as now and Dyspepsia and all diseases of quired It is guaranteed to give at a bargain Apply at Liver Stomach and Kidneys Sold perfect satisfaction or money re 3 at 50 cents and 100 per bottle funded Price 25 cents per box For sale by South Side drug store at the Oporn at the South Side Drug Store P H Carpenter P H Carpenter 6HU 5 iy 324 M T Mitchell Frankfort Ky Follow the Ruslt I just received a large line of cloth Â¬ Sept 2t THE SHORTEST Anl QUICKEST Frankfort ing for men youths and boys that I will sell at astonishing low prices Orleans tons to IFVAJEJli These are all new goods consisting of the latest and most desirable pat Â¬ Time 25 Hours terns No mark up and down prices BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Entire Trains Baggage Car Day Coaches Sleepers run through without change but one price and that the cheapest THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Call and see for yourself at Ed Harris Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala T MMKNSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN Corner Main St Clair Grapevines Asparagus small 1 tal trees No Damaged Goods 1890 k m J Rugs Broadway Time 26 Hours trees und everything for the lawn ore ard and Through Sleepers without change The Short garden We have no agents but sell direct at low prices to tbe planter Write for catalogue to une iteiween Cincinnati ana Ky Lbxinoton Time 2V Hours H F HILLENMEYER Vi Knoxville Tknn Li XI ABUKYlLliK I Lexington Kr Sept 27 3m UllATTANOOOA TKNN 11 f XM -- Atlanta Â¬ UIKTOUiliSiriLU LLLI11 T UIISIIUE Mk aa ttnrt note turn Tl iihisis in TEKIS Direct Connections at New Orleans and Shreve port for Texan Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 545a marrlveClnclnnatl 1026 a m Quicker than any other line All trains arrive at depart from Central Unloa DepotClnclnnntl For Rates Mups Ac address FRANK W WOOLLEY Traveling Push Agt C C HARVEY D G CINCINNATI O BIKMINOHAM Ga if Mli ALA 15 16 t Om fcoUred and aftj aritea Lexington Ky EDWARDS G P T A Â¬ SHORTEST TO LITTLE BOCK As the uuy Vlce Pres rU OUT OF THE ASHES Having purchased the photograph Mr J C Gray I have re opened the Without Change of Cars If jou are Ding to emigrate to gullery of m m Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin Houstin This Is the CAPITAL 334 ART GALLERY MAIN Am ft 1 In the room over the Adams Express ofllce TREET CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE No change of cart to MEMPHIS Onlv a few doors below mv old stand ulilch urn recently detitrojed by fire and am ready io rtcoivo my iiioiius nun iihiko m Â¬ Â¬ M0NTG0MEBY MOBILE Photographs of All kinds In the AND NEW 0 BLEAKS I m for further Information address Highest Style of the Art Cull and see me 1 C P ATMORE QPTA LOUISVILLK KXMTUCKT I gjfc Um H G MATTERN Hi--- j ttibiikg M FALL IMBRICES FOE TROUSERS LATEST AND ST3TX iE3S IlsT OVERCOATS -1 BUISHIITG GOOES YOUMANS FALL BLOCKS STETSONS AND tS- I2T OTHER FINE HATS A large arid fine assortment of fall and winter this line Gentlemen who want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to inspect this line We will be glad to show you what Ave have ii IE3esLd3r OTrercoats garments in WB HUDSON HUMPHRIES starters will como from the following Prince Regent Mambrino Maid Pam- Â¬ lico Keno F Mary Marshall McDool PROGRAMME Pixley Walter E Hinder Wilkes The Franklin County Teachers As- Brown J R Shedd Jean Valjean sociation will meet at the Forks of Diamond Acolyte Leopold Rose Elkhorn Saturday Oct 18 Steve Siglito and Hendrix everyone of which can beat 220 and the most OPENING EXERCISES of them beat 217 Excursions will be A Chorus led by E R Jones run from all parts of the country Subject for discussion many coming from the East in their Grammar Etymology Prof II F Jordan and private cars and every Kontuckian should be on hand to welcome thoso W P Marsh who come so far to see bo great a Music E R Jones The work of the Association II race M Polsgrove Everybody patronize the Noss Syntax Mrs Dr Williams Family because their performances Music The importance of a reading circle are clean and full of wit and humor Â¬ and are the theme of praise every Miss Leonna Jett All the subjects will be discussed by where the teachers present Tlatrty Years Tuos Hunter Maggie Downey Maggie Innes Thirty years of earnest devotion to Comm ittcc certain specialties of medical science in a practice which for extent and success stands unequaled has enabled The Woiatlerlul Tower Dr Bogman who has so long visited The highest structure in the world our city to promptly and successfully is Eiffel Tower at Paris 1000 foet treat all cases which lie has accepted high But the great discovery of Dr for treatment His practice has in- Â¬ Franklin Miles is certain to tower far creased from the first visit until it above it in promoting human hap- has reached vast proportions This wonderful piness and health His patientu of whom there are nerve medicine builds up worn out many in this county speak in tho systems cures fits spasms headache highest terms of praiso of his success Â¬ nervous prostration dizziness sleep- ful treatment ancf of his character as a monthly pains sexual gentleman lessness troubles John II etc Mrs His methods are those of Miller of Valparaiso Ind and J D acquirements of medical the latest Taylor of LoganBport Ind gained while his expenoncq enables science him to 20 pounds a month while taking it promptly recognize disease its cause Finely illustrated treatise on Ner- and its cure He will be at the Capi vous Diseases and sample bottle of tal Hotel Wednesday October 1st the Restorative Nqrvine free at J W on his regular visit Qaylesdrug store who guarantees it 5 The Noss Family introduce a great specialties in 3cr311a VvAflfllaAn jLAWa oavjM v uvuiaiiiiki number of Quick Match tho comedy sketch A An excursion train will be run from Lexington to Louisville DO NOT SUFFER ANY morning and will pass through LONGER this city at 815 a m The faro lor Knowing that a cough can be the round trip will be but 100 The train is being run for the purpose of ohecked in a day and the first stages enabling all who wish to do so to at- of consumption broken in a week we tend the meeting of the National Col- Â¬ hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En- Â¬ ored Baptist Association and two glish Cough Remedy and will refund coaches will be reserved for the color- Â¬ the money to all who buy take it as ed people from this city Tickets may per directions and do not find our be nad at the train Returning the statement correct 0 J W Gaylb Druggist train will leave Louisville night at 11 oclock The train iB o sure to go Jas Ellis The Noss Familys farcical comedy JohnB Akens A suits everybody Managers Has Quick Match to make it interest- Â¬ plot enough to make Before and After Using ing comedy enouyhand music it very enough funny sentiment At one time I had awful Sores and to make it an evening long to bo re Pimples on my face and after using membored two Dottles of S S S I was cured and now have a nice smooth com- Â¬ In East India they use microbes plexion the insects which cause chicken chol- Â¬ era to destroy English rabbits In JAMES Li BOYLE America they use Gaiters magic Atlanta Ga chicken cholera cure to destroy mi- Â¬ crobes For sale by P H Carpenter My Life a Bnrden t I was afflicted from infancy with can bo Catarrh and with eruptions on my soTHAT HACKING COUGH Cure by face for ten years I was attended by Wo quickly cured For Shilohs J W sale by guaranteo it the very best physicians and tried a Gaylo 27 number of blood purifiers without permanent relief The mineral in- Â¬ gredients settled in my bones and THAT TERRIBLE COUGH caused Rheumatic trouble My life In the morning hurried or difficult was a burden to me and my caselwas breathing raising phlegm tightness declared incurable when I saw S S in tho chest quickened pulse dull- Â¬ S advertised Eight bottles cured ness in the evening or sweats at me entirely and I feel like a new per- Â¬ night all or any of these things are son Josie Owens the first stages of consumption Dr Moutpelior Ohio Ackers English Cough Remedy will Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases cure thoso fearful symptoms and is mailed free sold under a positive guaranteo by SWIFT SPECIFIC CO A J W Gaylb Druggiah Atlanta Ga Dont fail to see tho Noss Family in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ CASSELL BHSSBTKIUanEfHB -- educational If you find you aro going down hill In point of health Falling strtiigth Impaired diges- Â¬ tion and assimilation arc tho marks of decline Check theso and other indications ol prema- Â¬ ture decay with tlio grand vltallzcr aud re- Â¬ straining tonic lliiatetturs Stomach Litters Beginninp at tho fountain head tho stomach tho Hitters romedicj Itsinelhciency luriuetd Its errors and bets It vigorously at work Tho digestlvo organ istlnui enabled to thoroughly separato from tho tend its nutritive princi- Â¬ ples which tl 3 blood assimilating is em mhed Thus is the system noiiri lud and being nour Â¬ ished strengthened and abnormal waste ot it tissues stayed Appetite tho power to rest well a regular liable are also re ejtaUlished a d the various function j unit ooiicomoro In their natural aud litMitliful irr ov The Hit Â¬ ters moreover is aspccillc lor and prventlvo ot malarial eiMipluntj rheumatism uilioiis noss and kidney ubls Pnt on 1II1 e ftrnUcn S J THOMPSON leiis tut Flowers w Fie Deigns IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS VOR- - FOR Funerals S3 ft Teleplaoie Connection Weddings - - - Louisville Ky Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 26 West Jefferson Street 3m Tlae HJest of tlie Season Dont forget that the popular and reliable Air Line Avill run Harvest Ex Â¬ cursions to the West and South West on September 8th and 9th 22d and 2idOctobor 13th and 14th at one fare for tho round trip The territory to which tickets may bo bought coir prises South western Missouri Kan Â¬ sas Nebraska North western Iowa Minnesota Arkansas Indian Terri tory Texas New Mexico Colorado Wyoming and the new States North and South Dakota The Air Line is the Short Line makes the best time has tho finest cars and is the only line running Vestibuled Trains with Parlor and Dining Car on day trains and Pullman Palace Sleepers on night trains If you are going dont fail to B L This Space belongs to J0H2T T BUCKLEY - t -- i write to ii trt Traveling Passenger Agent S E Corner Third and Main streets Louisville Ky m Bryant Hi Keep your eye onit J m Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Commercial men say that the Noss Family give one of the cleanest and best musical performances of any company traveling jBM2 AHTEE5 CHICKEN THE OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE E D OR ACKERS ENGLISH PILLS Newport News Mlssl ilpjil Valley Co SHORT LINK TO Are active and pure For sick head- Â¬ ache disordered stomach loss of ap- Â¬ petite bad complexion and billious ness they have never been equaled either in America or abroad 9 J W Gaylb Druggist Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Cholera Cure Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shoro r AND ALL EASTERN CITIES 4 LIMITED VESTIBULED EXPRESS leaver Lexington eastward tally ut 615 p in forWIvr Chester Mt Sterling Morelieari Ashland O lettfiburK HunttiiKton Charleston Klchnip Norfolk Washington Philadelphia New and till Virginia springs and Sea Shore resi Boston and all Eastern cities Makes cor Patronize home industries and buy Miles Sons flour 14 Tobacco growers go to R K Mc Oluree and get you a suit Af oil water proof sliokers to cut your 1 tobacco in Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria tlon at Wlndiehter for Richmond Ky an terinedlate points West bound tralnarrlv 5S5 p in VUUilNlASlHINHS EXPRESS leaves Li ton eastward dally at 710 a 111 for all loc tlons Makes direct connection at Hunt u By tor all C A O points a wlthC Washington Baltimore Philadelphia an York Passengers may take a sleeper at lugton for Old Point or Washington D C A daylight ride to White Sulphur This for Parkersburg aud all local stations on River R It and Columbus 0and all poll LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE ffir itUt Kentuckys Great Stake I A m B jn brightest and most sparkling musical Of the elovon original nominators comedies It is immensely funny It in the groat 5000 guaranteed stako is positively original and is novol in at the meeting of the Kentucky Trot conception ting Horse Breeders Association at CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and Lexington Ky October 13 to 20 not ono has declarod out and horsemen Bronchitis immediately relieved by predict that thiB will bo the greatest Shilohs Ouro For salo by J w 27 bel ting event and ono of grandost Gaylo The races over trottod in America horses will bo named Octobor 1st and Tho Press says thnt tho Noss Fami- Â¬ any horse that had a record no bettor ly havo becomo famous throughout than 210 on Juno 2d can start It is the country as thoy do just what they more than likely therefore that the advertise 5000 A Quick Match It is ono of tho Sales on our market for tho week just closed amount to 2400 hhds with receipts for tho samo period of 2014 hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 113013 liluls Our market this week lias been ve y strong and active for the good to lino grades of burloy fillers prices for this character of tobacco being as high as at any time during the soa son but tho market is irregular and weakor for tho medium and common grades of burloy except for colory goods in good condition SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS Tho following quotations fairly roprosent our market for burloy Fiiaxk Innii E B IMlteTow tobpcao Sec and Tresis President It T tUrtlMT Al DltYKH Trash dark or damaged Superintendent Vlce PiesliUnt 3 50 2 00 tobacco 1 007 8 00 Colory tniBh Co Printing Common lugs not colory 3 5070 5 00 The 8 00 14 00 Colory lugs Formerly tho Standard Printing Ink Woiks 7 00 0 00 Common leaf -- MANUFACTURERS O-F9 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf 25 CO PRINTINGAND lT 10 00 Good to fine fillers VARNISISoleot or wrappery Â¬ chickens die every year era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy tixsX positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 5o cents bottle is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded For Salo by Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of from Chol- Â¬ Â¬ Scioto Valley R R West bound train arrives at 000 p m FAST MAIL TRAINS dally except S from and to Louisville and all local stnt N and L S railroads al local sta L N AM V s KC Ry and all local leaves Lexington eastward dally except Su at 1140 a 111 Make direct connection at Le ton for points on L A N Lou Sou Ry C O A T P Ry and Ky Cent Ry and at Chester for all K C stations West bound train arrives at 1240 p m TRAINS for allpoln AtCOM3101ATlU tween Lexington and Otlve Hill leave Lexli dally except Su t 035 eastward ltl Fast bound connects at Ry tlons for Richmond Westward Wound all local st at Lexington with Loulsvi Louisville and all local poll West bound train arrives Mm s at Wli ati P H CARPENTER Stulitl lit CINCINNATI FAST LINE leaK east bound at 1105 pm dally for Dilu Lexington and Mt Su tions between Solid train with elegant Reclining Chair Mt Sterling to Cincinnati via Lexington DU connection In Union Depot Cincinnati for trains East North and West On Sundays Fast Lino for Cincinnati arrive Lexington at 2a p in for all local stutlonf twetuMt Sterlliigand Cincinnati via Le ton Returning Fast Train will stop at op tlon on Hag to pick up or let olf passengf West bound train arrives at 8U5 clall Sunday For Time Tables Bitten and any ott mutton call on any Agent of tho O write l V nUNTINOTUV - loaf 25 00 33 ioaAc faro slHllllllMPWiVf - - wiTi fTT iTHxPmjftmKI A TV 1 to wryjwyo I I A m w I 4 DELAYED - M M 1 vi my P f sr i j On account V of unavoidable delays we will not get into our v ii IS1 iS W NEW STORE For some days yet Due notice will be given of And w Xi mi i m 1 s LTM fl ii Wi rr-- Rf iv ff THE OPENING Ave Jfl w promise a feast of Bargains to those who wait Dont buy a dollar s worth of I V Sfr a ft iC fvl - SHOES i CLOTHIHfi Until you see our OR - HRTS iSa f Tsrrw STOCK 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 u Mi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 In the meantime we say now in all earnestness that to those who want to take advantage of the L0 PRICES t J S They can buy of this Old Stock Merchandise at nearly 3fl OVEBCORTS j 12 IT 01 loose SHOES 15 That are Worth Double what we are selling them at riJ m f Its ifi to clear the fieie i w e u 1 COME AND GET THEM TAKE THEM AT ANY PRICE i ra Crutcher lii lJl i 5 TEMPORARY QUARTERS vu 1Ms Starks Kfl I 1 i a