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HHB fHjjHI Wr r v v ORT KOIJNDABOUT GEO er i A WEI KLY TAPERDEVOTED FKANKFORT KY TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance Volume vtfK 0CT0BIR 4 1890 Number 4 Educational 3 Pi The following resolutions were adopted by the Franklin County Teachers Institute at its late session 1 That the new constitution of our State should require the levy and col- Â¬ lection of a local tax in each district to supplement to the State per capita as a condition precedent to the payment of said per capita 2 That the new Constitution should require the enactment of a law com- Â¬ pelling attendance at scho l 3 That the County Board of Exam- Â¬ iners shall bo paid 500 per day for actual services rendered out of the county funds and examinations be free to all applicants t 4 That in the death of Miss Maggie Brady which Bad event has occurred since our last convocation we recog nize the hand of Providence and bow in humble submission to His will That the profession has been deprived of ore in whom the type of a true teacher was fully exemplified That the family have the sympathies of the teachers of the county This resolution was adopted by a rising vote 5 That the thanks of the Institute are hereby tendered Superintendent Hunter for the impartial manner in which he has presided 6 To the secretaries for their faith- Â¬ fulness and proficiency 7 To Col Jno L Scott Attorney L F Johnson Profs H F Jordon S P Browder Dr S E James and Prof J D Pickett for valuable services rendered 8 To the trustees of the City Schoo for use of hall and to Mr Merchant as Janitor Ducker lost a very fine colt by ac Â¬ cident and such is life Better luck to you next time friends Our friend and fellow citizen Jno Hanleyhas taken to himself a spouse and the Roundabout correspondent takes pleasure in tendering him many good wishes and we say heres to you John and may you and your beautiful bride live long ana prosper The editor will excuse us if we per Â¬ sist in demanding an answer but newspaper editors are supposed to know all things Sometimeago we had occasion to ask your editorship to tell us how it was possle for my Â¬ self yourself and others with neither time or inclination to loaf and squan Â¬ der time to barely make ends meet and yet hundreds of men do nothing have got nothing and yet seem to have plenty The editor being ab Â¬ sent the devil promised to refer our querry to him upon his return Please answer how can an honest man live if he dont do honest work Having tried for years to solve the above problem and never having been able to answer it to our own satis- Â¬ faction we are compelled to give it up Ed Mrs Thomas Bedford has been quite ill for some days past but we are nappy to report is last improv- Â¬ ing and will no doubt fully recover Mr Bedford and family were the recipients of the sympathy of this en Â¬ tire community during his wifels critical illness and now as she re- Â¬ covers they have our hearty congrat- Â¬ BULLDOFUS ulations Â¬ Zilpali The cool wave will forward tobacco cutting Miss Cordie Adams attended tho Teachers Institute at Frankfort last and week T C B C F B ROWER CO a There wore 44 of vtho 45 teachers employed enrolled There were 52 enrolled altogether Judge W M Beckner and Col J O Hodges addressed the teachers prior to the organization of the Insti- Â¬ tute The teachers resolved to organize a Reading Circle This is one of the best resolves they made and every teacher in the county should be a member of the circle The circle will be organized at the next meeting of the County Teachers Association to be held at Forks of Elkhorn on the 18th inst Let overy teacher bo pres- Â¬ ent Another good thing done was sev Â¬ eral teachers determined to have graduates of the common school course ready for the next examina Â¬ tion We hope there will be not less than twenty of these graduates Pabrent Chn JULIA H WILLIAMS Carrie II McEwan C H An Open Letter Feb 14 90 Thomas Please Messrs Kenyon send me as before lour dozen of your Dr Hales Household Ointment Since so many have had Lagrippo and pneumonia I have had great success wich the Ointment I saved the life of one man with the Household Oint Â¬ ment He had pneumonia his lungs were filled up the doctor said he could not live he then sent and told me I at once went with my wife to seoAman taken with me two large boxes of the Ointment I first gave him a dose internally then ap plied it to his chest covering him with hotflannels In less than half an hour he began to throw up matter I kept giving him from his lungs some overy half houv The next morn- Â¬ ing he could breathe freely Ho is now about well and will be at work next Â¬ Skaneateles Falls N Y Miss Laura Massio Tharp and Miss Lizzie Brad Â¬ ley of this town will visit Drennon Springs Henry county this week Charley Samples hearing a noise one night last week on going to the window saw some one after his fowls Pioauring a pistol he fired at the thief causing him to drop the turkey and flee Next morning ho found quite a number gone Died Last week near this place Mrs Nancy Harlow wife of Thomas Harlow alter a short illness A line that is conspicious for call- Â¬ Owen Moore and family being ed away on account of illness of his wifes sister have returned home after an absence of nearly three Originality of Designs fSlVt months Welcome to their home T ft J T and J B Moore his son had Excellence of Finish a narrow escape from a falling tree last Wednesday while working in a Workmanship tobacco field the elder receiving some slight injuries while the younger escaped unhurt of Styles W H Moore and family of Sweet Home Henry county visited this And Moderate town on Sunday last Professor Hills singing school We are sole handlers of one of the largest and het lines of Fine Medium and Low priced Mantels ever produced Also a beautiful assorment of closed Sunday at this place He will sing with the class at Indian Fork Sunday next Close Observer found a relic in tho form of a terrapin with tho Initials S N M 1870 Who can beaat this Rev Geo Roberts of Indiana is visiting relatives in this and Henry That can be used on any mantle and which as an arti tic article of Furniture arc un county Illustrations and estimates given if desired equal Miss Jennie Lamb with the pastor of the M E Church are holding a series of meetings at this point Close Observer Harlow J WOOD MANTELS - - n Perfect Variety Prices MANTLE CABINETS Great Discoverers What Bell and Edison are to the telephone and electricity says the Pittsburg News Dr Franklin Miles tho well known specialist in nervous diseases is to the nervous system and nerve fluid Among his numerous discoveries the Restorative Nervine is undoubtedly one of the greatest It is unsurpassed in nervousness dys Â¬ pepsia headache epilepsy neural Â¬ C F ROWFR Broadway - CU1 - County Suprintendent PROGRAMME r The Franklin County Teachers Association will meet at the Forks of Elkhorn Saturday Oct 18 Â¬ OPENING EXERCISES the teachers present Tiios Hunter Maggie Downey Maggie Innes led by E R Jones Subject for discussion Grammar Etymology Prof H F Jordan and W P Marsh Music E R Jones Tho work of the Association H M Polsgrove Syntax Mrs Dr Williams Mir lo Tr importance of a reading circle Miss Leonna Jett All the subjects will be discussed by A Chorus Committee Art is long and time is fleeting and it is too bad to spend half of a short life distressed with neuralgia when 25 cents spent for ono bottle of Salvation Oil will cure it quickly Com- Â¬ FOR DYSPEPSIA and George Conklin the lion tamer plaint you have a printedLiver guarantee says he will have nothing to do with on every bottle of Shilohs Vitilizer cross eyed animals nor use any never fails otner remedy lor his coughs and It For sale by to euroGayle 28 J W colds but Dr Bulls Cough Syrup He says it is tho only reliable cough medicine to be had CANT SLEEP NIGHTS Is the complaint of thousands euffer-Jett from Asthma Consumption oughs etc Did you over try Dr Pardon long silence big crop of Ackners English Remedy It is the tobacco frost almost in sight but best preparation known for all Lung thank God wo are safe and are now Troubles Sold on a positive guaran tee at 25c and 50c helping our neighbors 9 J W Gayle Druggist Mr S J Gibson has just returned from New York having boon on ono of his periodical trips with horse flesh Ho reports perfect satisfaction on the part of parties ordering stock but evoryono understands that Ken Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power tucky horses always fill tho bill Jett always holds her own Re- Â¬ cently Miss Virginn Fogg visited Madison county and during her stay she attended a grand party at which 215 guests woro presont and Miss Fogg was unanimously and univer Â¬ sally pronounced and recognized as tho bello of tho occasion When it comes to protty girls Jett always gets there Sorry but bad luck to tho boys W S Fogg lost last wook an a No 1 horse supposed disease pneumonia Thos Newman lost a fine Bay Pilot mare disease botts Mr Jones of lyJan2 Â¬ G gia backache melancholy sleepless Â¬ ness change of life etc Free trial bottles of it may be had of J W Truly yours week Gayle druggist All should read his S Hale Wm New and Startling Facts for the Af Supt of the Weeks Manufacturing Co This wonderful medicine is sold at flicted a very able interesting and finely illustrated book Free to all South Side drug store 6 5 P II Carpenter SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY a We want overy mother to know positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria that croup can bo prevented True and Canker Mouth 28 For sale by J W Gayle it never appears without a warning Tho first sympton is hoarseness then the child appears to have taken cold A DUTY TO YOURSELF or a cold may have accompanied the hoarseness from the start After It is surprising that people will use that a peculiar rough cough is de- Â¬ a common ordinary pill when they veloped which is followed by the can secure a valuable English ono for croup The time to act is when the tho same money Dr Ackers Eng Â¬ sick child first becomes hoarso a few lish pills are a posit ive euro for They Cough Rem Â¬ headache and all liver troubles doses of Chamberlains edy will prevent the attack Even are small sweet easily taken and do after a rough cough has appeared not gripe 9 J W Gayle Druggist the disease may be prevented by using this remedy as directed For sale by J W Gayle If people would take the advice of J W Gayle the druggist they never would start on a journey without a Appealing to Diana the Goddess of bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol Â¬ the Ephesians for help is as useless era and Diarrhoea Remedy It can as trying to cure cholera without always be depended upon and is Ganters magic chicken cholera cure pleasant to take Sold by Phil No cure no pay Carpen ter Oor Main Lexington Ky MASTIN BROSi -- AOKNTS FOlt- - Dr Hales Household Oint COLUMBUS BUGGY 0Q BUGGIES ment Â¬ Is the finest cure in tho world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures neuralgia and rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo Cuts bruises 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 Sold 50c boxes largo sizo cheapest Side 52 Mccormick binders and howl Keep constantly on liiuul a full stock of FARMING IMPLEMENTS HARNESS AND SADD COAT-s FRANKFORT ELEVATOR at Phil Carpenters drug store South IT S Govt Report Aug tqt 1889 R3fcl m Baking Powder 18l 10m ptionu No Ull- - a hh i DEALERS IN THE ABSOLUTELY PURE UBIEST1 iiJ c Personal in Louisville Miss Mnry Pago is visiting relatives Miss Selena Harris left Wednesday for Louisville Mrs elms Taylor loft Wednesday for Louisville Mr John R Shaw is quite sick at his home in this city Miss Nellie Pickett is visiting friends in Lexington Mr John B Dryden and wife spent Thursday in Louisville Mrs Sam Gaines spent several days in Louisville this week Miss Kate Green is the guest of Miss Sallie Swopo in Louisville Misses Hughes of Woodford county are visiting in this city Mrs S T Railey loft Thursday for a sho t visit to Louisville Judge W P D Bush of Louisville was in the city Wednesday Rev Dr J M Lowis of George- Â¬ town was it the city Tuesday Mrs John T Buckley went to Louis- Â¬ ville to attend the fall celebration Mr H A Brewer of Eminence was in the city on business Tuesday Miss Ruth Stanton has returned form a visit to relatives in Maysville Mrs Fulton Gordan is visiting her mother Mrs Cornelia Bush in Louis- Â¬ ville Mr George Huffman and wife are visiting Mrs R D Denson in Louisville Misses Efiie Hill and Rosa Critten- Â¬ den are spending the week in Louis- Â¬ ville Mrs Hundley Mason of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Wiekliffe Chap Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for the p st two weeks we are glad to say is improving Mr and Mrs R M Aldridgo have returned from a trip to Northern Michigan Mr Randolph Smith oftho Nation- Â¬ al Anniston Bank Alabama is visit- ing Mr P V Gray Mr J Dallas Coke and daughter Miss Lizzie visited friends in Tyrone the ilrst of the week Mrs R W Clino of Laredo Texas is visiting her uarents Hon E H Taylor and wife on Second street She arrived Wednesday evening Mr Fred H Bagby of the Gee logical Survey now stationed at Campbellsvillo Taylor Co was in the city the ilrst of the week return- Â¬ ing to his post Wednesday Â¬ Two Itottlos Cured Hor Carroll Ia July 18SS I vra3 suffering 10 years from shocks In my head bo much so that at times I didnt expect 1 took medicines from many doclo lecovcr tors but didnt get any relief until I took Pastor doBe relieved Koenigs Nervo Tonic the second S W PECK me nnd 2 bottles cured mo 5A V m V iH A c B Â¬ for Infants and Children Recommends it to all Sufferers ft Mr Sam Blackburn who has been engaged during the summer in gath ering statistics for the census bureau is now visiting relatives in Montgom- Â¬ ery county and on the 3d or 4th inst One Bottle Cured Him will return to Washington D C to Bttjabt Holt Co Neb Nov 89 Mid- Â¬ prosecute his study of tho law I was suffering from Rheumatism for ton way Clipper months used different medicines without effeot St Lotus Mo July 1838 Onr daughter had twitching on tho left eido einco eno was six montns oia which increased in spite of consulting soveral physicians so that it resembled fits after several years Wo gave her but 3 bottles of Koenigs Nervo Tonic which removed all symptoms of tho disease Sho is well now and wo can recommend this remedy to all sufferers of nervous diseasos NIC KRAMER Restaurant 1118 N 3d St C mtorl m is ao well adApted to children that I recommend it m superior to my prescription known to me II A Archzb M D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y Tho use of Castoria is go nnlrersal 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 Cablos MATtrrw DD New York City Bloominfidalo Reformed Church Late Pastor Castoria cores Colic OoiMdpaUon Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms giyea sleep and promotes Without injurious medlcatio di- - For seTeral years I hare recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it baa inrariably produced beneficial results Edwin F PinDBS M D The Winthrop 125th Street and 7th Are New York City Tot CairrAUB Compakt 77 Mumut Stbset Nsw York Gave Holiday The Public School was closed Thurs Â¬ day until Monday and most of tho teachers went to Louisville that after- Â¬ noon to witness tho parade of the Sattelites of Mercury and to visit friends but after I commenced o tako Faator Koenigs Norvo Tonlo the pains disappeared sleep re Â¬ turned and before 1 had used up one bottle full of the Nerve Tonlo I was BO well that I went to work again as usual 70 G KBAMEB for sufferers of nurvous dl will ho sent free to ony address and poor patients can also obtain this medicine Iron nf filinrirn frfiin lis This rpiuertv hiw been proparod by the Kovorend Pastor Kicnlg of Fort Wayne Iud for tho past ten yoars nud is now prepared under his direc tion by tho Our soaBCS Â¬ Pnniplilot BICYCLE jTJJvTnTX WWvMj STYLES 1 A Large Sum SO wtt man Price The check for the largest amount J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort ever drawn upon the State Treasury was the one drawn on Wednesday to pay the forty percent of the Common Fund due tho teachers of the State being for 51S4450 ILL CMCAGO UliiSH cor Clittoa St SOLD BY DRUCCISTS 1 per Bottle 6 Bottle lor 5 KOEHIG MEDICINE CO PRICES ANY AGE Ky PE0PLE 0F Advertised for sale or rent in another Mrs Dr Sam James left on Monday column is about the most desirable for Louisville to attend the fall cele- Â¬ place to be had about Frankfort bration Persons who want such property Mrs J S McKendrJck who has should call promptly on Mr Frark been very ill at the Capital Hotel is Chinn or they will be left improving Mrs Jas H Graham returned Made tlie Sales home Monday from a short visit to Louisville The recent sales of the farms of Miss Carrie Selbert left Wednesday Mr Henry Crutcher and wife and fternoon for a visit to relatives in incinnati Mr A G Jeffers were made through Mrs Geo W Daniel left Tuesday the real estate agency of Messrs rnoon for a visit to friends in Scott Violett These gentlemen isville advertise property placed in their jtf6s Mary Thompson of Lexing hands for sale in the Roundabout coilJieHvJsiting the Misses Hughes consequently they always obtain South Side good prices Miss Loulie Walby of Lexington is visiting the Misses Hughes on nesday Hon E D Walker of Hartford Ohio county was in the city on Wed- Â¬ Tlie Dudley Farm CBDTOHEB 217r ROBERTS FRANKFORT KY St Clair St iMHHHaHBflMIH9MilHHnnMBIHnMH fSlH 5 - JSTCorrespondence Solicited HIS Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is alien it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and act gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tern effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ccptnble to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities comtneud it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for Bale in 50e and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliablo druggist who may not liavo it on Land will pro cure it promptly for any one who vishe3 to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - ROOMS Kentucky Central Railway BLUE OBASS ROUTE Shortescand Quickesiruute troin CENTUAL ALLKKNTUOKY TO POINTS BOflTH Crowded and Everybody Satisfied and Many OIE 3SNZJOY Praising Him iiiLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiW Xt T EI5T WEST HAST LINE UCTWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI No 14 SCHEDULE IA EFFECT MAY 11TII 1890 South Pound No a Ex Sun No 4 Daily Ex Sun 2o 6 f Is U Strawberries in October Murray street Jtlisses Una and Pattie Marshall left Mr R Shaw of Jetts Wednesday morning to visit friends Station James county this is enjoying in Louisville strawberries of the second crop Miss Lizze Graham left Wednes day afternoon for a two weeks visit from a bed in his garden He has gathered as many as a quart of large to Louisville Miss Rose Stewart left Monday for luscious ripe ones several times lie Kinaiy Louisville where she will be the guest in tne last weeK of her sister brought us a lot of them bn Thurs- Â¬ Mr Ed K Choate and daughter day and the jr were as fresh and tine Miss Lillie visited friends in Louis- flavored as any we have ever seen ville this week raised in the early summer Miss Nelson of Nashville who has been visiting Miss Rose Stewart left To Begin Work Monday for Louisville substitute Mr and Mrs Pat McDonald and CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Work will be resumed upon the daughter Miss Jennie left Thursday Kentucky river improvement in SAN FRANCISCO CAL morning for Louisville LOUISVILLE KY NEV YORK KY about two weeks when the work of Mr J Buford Hendrick and family putting in a coffer dam for the foun- Â¬ left Wednesday morning to visit dation of Lock No 6 above the mends in Louisville t be com- Â¬ Mr Wm Church of thiB county mouth of Clear Creek will get every- Â¬ menced It is proposed to fb Wednesday morning to visit his n at Elizabeth town thing in readiness at that point this Wednesday for fall and as soon as the water is low Ky Trottin Horse Breeders Association Ir Sam South left cago to attend the School of enough next spring to push the work rmacy in that city right along and endeavor to complete LEXINGTON KY i Mary P Lewis of Woodlake it next year ned Friday from a two months 20 OCT 13 14 15 16 17 18 to relatives in Virginia masonic Grand Lodge I only Accom bet Cm Lex Sunday Le Cincinnati Lve Covington Falmouth Arr ArrWinchester Richmond Stanford Lve Richmond Le U 17iin billiu It Uipin IMris lUam 10 23pm Lexington lUlWuiij 1U oapm 11 20am Paris Cynthiani 8 10am 8 0 4111111 lun 8 00pm 8 ttlpm 1U 11 4 U8pm lOUOam 5 07lli 10 40am 0 40pm 11 15am U iiUpm 1200 m 235pm 8 00am 2 45pm 818am 545pm U2UPI1 7 20pm 12U3U1U 1 KJJitin Lancaster 4 Copm 0 bopm 1 55pm aOopm ArrHerea Livingston 5 20P1U Â¬ North Pound No 13 No 3 Accom No 5 No 1 Sunday Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun only bet Lex Clu J 1 0f jflf llf lfri m w drST HOTEL d lEITIIITl T1IU SURGEON AND SPECIALIST And In charge of the Electrical and Surgical Department of tlie ColTee Medical Institute Louisville Ky at the CAPITAL FRANKFORT pent Sunday in this city visit s uncle Capt B 0 Milam s J D Coke and children of city returned home Monday from it to relatives in Winchester Samuel R Smith and daugh after- sb Ettie left Monday visit relatives in Louisville Dalton Arnold has gone to lottesville Virginia where ho rake a law course at tho Univer- s Fannie Gray who has been ng her aunt Mrs W H Sneed p ij Louisville on or hf j4c Thos B demons of Cincin 1890 Xnff nniecU Jyers for a two relatives in Lenox and family left who has been lor several lBjAra ueaiiner nome rneu to in TM Harvio Mttid Lewis E visit of from 83 os Fesday n Sjjto tho northern water- - illegitimate The jurisprudence com- Â¬ mittee appointed by him naturally las W Berry of Chatqa supported Tub view of tho question city unesseo was in the after a warm debate which last- Â¬ his father Mr butall tho afternoon the Grand Lodge ed Hip The grand Lodge of Kentucky A Y Mmet in regular annual commuMONDAY OCTOBER 13 nication in Louisville on Wednesday Ulue Grass Stakes 4 year olds 02 noms Hiram Lodge No 4 of this city was 050 estimated Trotting represented by Lee S Church Mas- Â¬ 222 Class Stakes 3 year olds 154PURSE 1000 Kentucky noms 1000 estimated ter and Esoteric Lodge No 532 was yearlings 35 nominations C represented by C M Bridgeford Sen Ashland Stakes estimated nior Warden TUESDAY OCTOBER 14 Class Stakes In speaking of tho action of tho Guaranteed to he 210 October 111stnoms 5000 named horses Grand Body upon tho most important Lexington Slakes 2 ear olds 101 noms 1400 estimate question which camo before it the 225 Clas- Trotting PURSE 1000 Louisville Commercial of yesterday WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15 says Stallion Stake 230 Class 30 nominations 2500 estimated A severe blow was dealt tho Cerneau 217 Class Pacing PURSE 1000 branch of Masonry in this State by 210 Class Trotting 1000 PURSE the Grand Lodge in its action yester THURSDAY OCTOBER 16 day After the reportof tho Commit Trotting PURSE 2000 tee on Finance had been adopted at Special Stakes 3 etr olds 13 noms 1500 report oftho 2l Class Trotting PURSE 1200 the morning session tho Â¬ Committee on Jurisprudence involvFRIDAY OCTOBER 17 ing tho Cerneau matter came up Special Stakes year olds 18 noms 1500 PURSE 1500 and tho remainder of tho day was 218 Class Trotting Pacing 221 Class PURSE 1000 given up to its consideration The SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 was a rout of the advocates of result Cerneauism Graud Master Olarkos 220 Class Trotting PURSE 1600 Trotting decision on the consttutional amend 220 Class Stakes 4 jear olds 70PURSE 1000 Futurity noms ment adopted one year ago practi700 estimated Â¬ cally nullified its declaration that CerMONDAY OCTOBER 20 neau Masonry was clandestine and Special day for RECORD MAKING except in Â¬ 1 OCT 25 1 Day Returning every month during the year Dr Rwi has been connected with the largest hospitals In the country and has no superior In diagnosing and treating diseases and deformi Â¬ ties He n111 ctve 50 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 Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Dis- Â¬ eases Acute Chronic Catarrh Diseases or the Eye Eur Nose Throat and Dyspepsia Brights Disease Dia- Â¬ Lungs SATURDAY Arr fnvnpton Arr Cincinnati MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris I Lve Livingston 800am Berea 1025am Arr Richmond 11 45am 7 OOain Lve Stanford Lancaster 7 45am Arr Richmond 10 00am Ive Richmond 1 05pm ArrWinchester 1 54 pm 2 33pm Paris Lve Lexington 2 00pm 2 45pm Pari Cynthiana 3 15pm 4 02pm Falmouth n3 to fc o H c5 610am 715am 7 48am 7 00am 84Gpm 2 40pm H 53un 4 21pm 3 21pm 823am 4 44pm 3 40pm n 131m G26pm 4 35pm fiHGnm 1035am 0 aiipm C25pm 038pm 5 35pm fi 45pm 10 45am Dailv Ex Sun Noo No Ex Sun Daily 11 Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr lohnson Arr Maysville South Bound Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville 7 7 8 8 9 10 00 n m 53 it m 111 11 43pm pm 5 45pm 612pm 10am 43 a 63Gpm 34 m 7 8Cpm 15 n m 8 05pm 2 4 50 10 285pm Epilepsy or IFositi ve ana Young betes Kidneys Liver Bladder Chronic Femule and Sex- uul Diseases e No Ex Sun 5 20 n m Daily No Ex Sun 135 Dally 12 3Fits CiarecL Aged Men I Uiadle - Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency as the result of self abuse In jouth or excess In inuturcr sears and other causes producing some of tho following ellects as emissions blotches debility nervousness doziness confusion of Ideas aversion to society defective memorj and sexual exhaustion which unlit tho victim for business or marriage are permanently cuied by remedies not Injurious Â¬ BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES Ing of hair pain In the bones eruptions etc are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or other Injurious drugs ionorrhoei ileet Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney Troubles aro speedily cured by treat ment that lias never failed butjeures T He undertakes no IncurubleKcases thousands given up to die Â¬ Free-For-A- ll Sjpnlllsaud complications as sore throat tall 1 Â¬ Â¬ Remember the Date Remember tho date and come early as his rooms are always crowded wherever hu stops dress CONSULTATION FREE Correspondence solicited and confidential Ad Â¬ case of postponement from week previous SEND FOR PROGRAMME Coffee C Medical Institute 5 57 am 232pm Johnson 6 49 a m 323pm 7 15 n m 3 47pm Millersburg 7 40 a m 415pm Arr Paris 8 35 11 111 630pm Arr Lexington Covington 10 85 11 111 730pm Arr 10 45 a m 688pm Arr Cincinnati Nos 18 and 14 Run Sundays only and make all stops No 1 Runs dally from Lexington to Cincin- Â¬ nati No 43 Leaves Lexington 1000 a m Arrives Farls 1045 a 111 Except Sunday No 8 Leaves Cincinnati CIO p m Arrives Falmouth 710 m Except Sunday Trains Nos 7 and 8 of the K C Falmouth now leave and arrive at the new Accommodation Fourth street depot Cincinnati between John and Smith streets Beginning July I trains Nos 1 and 6 the Lexington Accommodation will also use same depot TRAIN NOTES No 3 runs dally between Lexington mid Cincinnati No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lexington Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester 31 V Ry for points on the NN IMPORTANT Trains of this lino now arrive at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati making connec- Â¬ tion lor all points North East and West Through Tickets sold and Baggage checked to uny point reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of the company or WLMUNSON SF RMORSEAgt Genl Pussr Trav Passr Agt O CINCINNATI O Cincinnati pm Carlisle 1 HEnUNTINtiTONVlco PresGenManoger GENERAL OFFICES rr -- uleri to lOClC ne t5y Rnces started each day at 12 111 P JOHNSON President ED A TIPTON Secretary r 520 FIFTH STREET LiKXINUTUN Y June 23 1 LOUISVILLE KY Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati O We now have double dully train ser-Â¬ NOTE vice on Sundays both ways between Cincinnati and Lexington f09IK9k Dead old Woodford f--- Money Required of Ret AGNwW coun iSfi i to Commence Treat- - Miursday night o o B th nfc liifOipmo Thirteen cffc TEnrEPjtk FRANKFORT And every fourth week thereafter Visit R K McCLURE Is receiving daily his Fall Stock of blibpjbzm asrxz- KY WEDNESDAY OCT 29 jdjSlit CgTConsullation and Examination Frea IM Ifcf about 70 years of age and a widower his wife having died some twenty years ago but leaves three sons and a daughter to mourn his death JpHis is supposed frv death was ovide P8 ho lay as if in a deop bftlPrTiG was died some t W it oite JUUlu uflUJju fi HATS A Runaway Couple Â¬ Mr Jack Gordon and Miss Stella White of the Forks ofElkhorn neighborhood oloped Wednesday and were married at JefFersonvillo Indiana They came to this city about two oclock a m and remained at the house of a friend until the oclock train left ibr Louisville which they boarded G and were doubtless married before their intentions were known in the neighborhood where they live We have a large stock of the very best goods and having bought before the big advance in leather can for the present give our friend goods at the old prices Our m For Sale Ten shares State Na- Apply to H P ional Bank Stock IASON fs office ceased admr Mrs Mason M B Gooch Mason Hoge 4 BUELL BOOTS Are the only real water proof boots Our lt The Three Forks Rail road jar A correspondent who recently wont over this new railroad thus writes The scenery along the line was greatly enjoyed by the occupants of the train One place tha t attractedÂ¬ special interest is what is now termIt will bo ed as Lovers Bridge remembered that last May while the structure was building two swains with their sweethearts made a de5 scent of the grade leading to the bridge on push cars Finding that Tlu Eminent Specia tist formerly resident Physician of the PhilaJelphi i General Hos pital Physician tn charge of the Ohio Medical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for they could not stop the car the couples alighted or rather fell off twenty live ye rs successfully devoted his time to the treat ent of his specialties He uccecsfully treas all curable cases of Chionic anil JVenvus The push car ran into the bridge and weighing Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after knocked the traveler 40000 tons into the river The trav Â¬ thorough educational preparation eler carried with it six spans of the to Lovers Rheumatism Is csntlillr a rtlicne cf tho nervous stj delay IT not cured it lends decayenlarged rotito agliml In all iron bridge The name a guarantee cure if premature lam roci bi juml doubt upoa e hnu for Bridge has adhered to it ever since teuiuithUallThe InveatUalim jnrstreatcil It with hmomIctfa rnui delllltyanl perfect tcstorallua to hiaXbaud ht ileal vigor theunr nl uchcaies and u succon ilefdrnltlei mil beart made a speclaltr o hiv for The bridge is 211 feet high and 500 rheamitlo lmlammailoai nay all be allectlonsorrgfultln bjfrom To the Ladies Wo Mne tenthsyearsthe itcrlu oi ililj atoldeU our cured of the dlieic or women feet long and crosses Marble Creek Wnen the world are imrne by woiien and ulthout reisai Kllnej s Brights tiudfrtoHl their cure is at its mouth The road at this point nutrition ctDl3Cee of the tho use of Is the result of faulty caujc ofanthesa dHtasesOur properlr pltnl erlcneo ouables us stimulation or Improper remedies to certain compute irc tn utilcrrtand thce cie and treat th iu Irom the latest selea Tuns parallel with the Kentucky river lnce tbj How of urine so treatmmt will we most fre Diseases though several hundred feet above qucntcaumior of tho Jlsestivo Organs arc th LUcrCom title stau liKilnt Local Our troatnent IsIt bv imn nljTt to and rarely Unci iicessary iontltutional UisiuorHlml dinn Ujifnla with ami all the level of the water The next point plajoi Conitlptitn remlor Ciironle 01 irrhea Hurl nsult In lmperll local remedies their banrMcIi we Irtract thejuiIcuM to treat home Iheuiuhei at Ilia miserable iutcrfercuce of interest was the Kentucky river ten nun Itlou ofantime money nuJ health irun tcouoiuy Private DJseaces Ftrlcture Clet V neal Taint bridge at the mouth of Tates Greek Young Hen who are riplllv approaching limnltr and SyphllK lonorrhei luipotincj and teillltir un ironrtly habits and cOectuallr cund nur special rrn The bridge is 1600 feet long and 100 death from scentreaultof TllIlouclllocouiuKu atonic Thcj thoanandsof dIUrs lub time aud money to lle Mi lnvepcnt dUeue not vice and wo euro kuovtledite naln littits arc the und piers are built of large cuKf without fall We Invite our lulled confidence such lu tblt dlrectlou feet high The romlso jou relief r - ntmc Epilepsy or Vita This rhencnuai iron cylinders filled with concrete ahn nbicrre cert 1n Irrliattom tt l tlie inddloAccd United Ir Â¬ RAILROAD BOX BOOTS Are extra Our G H BOGMAN M D Â¬ Â¬ 250 AJRwB BO OT I I i 1 1 Is we think best for the money in the country ti w DR ACKERS ENGLISH Are active and pure For sick head- Â¬ ache disordered stomach loss of ap- Â¬ petite bad complexion and billious ness they have never boon equaled cither in America or abroad 9 J W Gayle Druggist the huddtr and urethra nr water pnaze with sediments la tnc unuc hdoui I si an menisci ves or Gurirtat merit huch svmp torus are Indication of nemlua weaknen which admit o no-- lid 1 result of dlase icre ctnltrs ir iaethc 1 of treatment wlilch icnirit olr onhas been admitted by tho b itsilciitltt of tho V11 to iruduee radical care In the niou dbilitited suljccn O tn- rtini PILIS veryg person consiiltinu ns should brlncr or semi four to six ounces of their urine which we ivill Milmiit to a thorough microscopical examination ami cliemical analvsis u cetificate and chart of which will be furnished the p ttien Wo cure old cisus whlih hac baffled the skill nfotlicr physicians Why Because our extensive exijcrtence enables us to recognize the eaiiies of disease Wo invite all who have failed toatftiln rtiKkt elsewhere to consult us All curable cases are R K McCLURE DR ELLIOTTS irujrititccd iatierts treated by mail and cxprass of questions sent free on upplication Where possible personal consultation li preferable List Medicated Food - Judge Julianss Popu- Â¬ larity Treatment sent C O D All cases ind correspondence strictly conlidental part of theUnited States and Canada Address with stamp for reply to anj i -- 5 Dr V G H Bogmazi Cincii mati O - w I L5 to O BOX 703 Ira Julian the new Judge of the Fayette Court of Common Pleas has certainly won great favor in this city and county He came to Lexington BRYANT STRATTON almost an ontiro stranger but by his hospitablo courteous and gentleman Â¬ mn IV T Wrifr Ctl00 Jsj uiinj full iwfrMifftnLivUlO 4uW ly demeanor as well as his business Mmh sassHITirn ll 1TTIT UljLit J like rulings in court ho has made many warm friends and promises to r TOBACCO V be a very popular judge He is very LOUISVILLE MARKET stern in his court rulings and when a decision is given by him it goes for lceep Little time is wasted by DURRETT wrangling attornoys in Judgo Julians lURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE court and cases are put through trial witli a vim Lexington Leader Sales on our market for the week a lasting and just closed amount to 3003 libels with HACKMETAOK fragrant perfume Price 25 and 50 receipts for the same period of 20S0 Summer cents hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ 28 Low Rates Palace Steamers For sale by J W Gaylo uary 1st amount to 110 GIG hhds Tour Trips per WesV Bstween The past week bus shown more A NASAL INJECTOR free with each DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND good to tine liberal bottle of Shilohs Catarrh Remedy grades offerings of theand lugs and PototkeySsmlt 8t Marie and Lake hurley leaf of uuron Way Porti Price 50 cents prices for these grades have been a 28 For sale by J WL Gayle Mrrj Week Day Between shade stronger The modium grades DETROIT AND CLEVELAND WHY WILL YOU cough when Shi Â¬ have also brought hotter prices Spscltl Sunjtjr Trip during June July August so J St fit Cure will give immediate relief where they have been strictly sweet lohs Double Dally Line Between and flavorj The common grades Price 10 cts 50 cts and 1 CHICAGO AND ST JOSEPH MICH have ranged about the same as tho 28 For calo by J W Gayle week previous OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Bate and Exounlon Ticket will be furnished The following quotations fairly by your Ticket Agent or address IS LIFE WORTH LIVING represent our market for burley E B WHITCOMB Q P A Detroit Mich tobacco Detroit and Cleveland Steam Nav Go Not if you go through the world a Trash dark or damaged Dr Ackers Dysfepsia dyspeptic 2 00pi 3 50 tobacco Tablets are a positive cure for the worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges Â¬ Colory trash not colory 4 00W 8 00 3 50i0 5 00 Common lugs tion Flatulenoy and Constipation Colory lugs 8 00i 14 00 Guaranteed and sold by 9 00 7 00r Common leaf 9 J W Gayle Druggist 9 000 10 00 Modium to good loaf 16 00 25 00 Good to lino fillers A CHILD KILLED Select or wrappory 25 00r 33 00 leaf Another ohild killed by the use of opiates given in the form of Soothing SssAmZv-IftklSJ IJ JQ Why mothers give their Syrup is surpris- Â¬ children such doadly poison ing when they can roliovo tho child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother It contains no opium or morphine Sol1 by 9 J W Gayle Druggist Â¬ TW ra 4 T T Xt KTKrSM3ttKfira K itvztKiiriLyvciLrirr- - TSStSsKeSiOT - ssarn wrms- A Suro Curo for all Diseases In KjftaiaKiJsscA2 v HORSES Cattle Sheep and Hogs Arising from Impurities of the Blood and from Functional Derangements A DEAD Business College ifLLti SHOT ON WORMS AND A CERTAIN PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA 0 E Crutclier Frankfort W Chapman 3liy3 Cm TO MACKINAC Tours AB Florian Woodlake Druggist L A Owen Jett JACOB S WIGJERT CC Have Removed From the Baltzel Buildh STI3E1E3T TO 03T r H101 AND 102 ANN STRE K ss IvdZ-A-inST nf short time the Capital Hotel H gBThcy will fill this space with an entirely new nclvf en SSBBBBS v BSSSSSSSSSSi tines SODS C -- E COLLINS DKALKKS W- - 1 fl Farm for THE Rem 01 FLOUR I E sjileiultil farm of Sirs M 1 Dudley h tu iio mllo from Kumkfort on tliu Ver Â¬ sailles jko contnliiliiK about 1265 acres Is for rented for sae oi lei onaulo terms or will boFor particu Â¬ tho ear bCKlnuliiK March 1 WJl FHANK OUINN lars niwly to I AND ARCTIC rasHauamjuajaBm IBDWi Wall Paper aAHNUSS L Decorations LIMJ itw FLUE PIPE La The Best in the World Use no Other PLASTER CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND M SHOVELS CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AKD 81E ULL L1NI OF MI Ji r -- SKwr AND iv LMf V yh r Dead Letters liuUNhiMl m v KUUflMBUUl Catered nt the post oflloo at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter g fiEO A LEWIS Editor aiid Publisher 4 the visit of the officials of that road to this city was for an entirely differ Â¬ ent purpose Frankfort would bo glad to have the Midland extended both to the Louisville Southern and to the Virginia line but as wo under Â¬ stand it tho road is not for sale i ff f ceived a circular froWtflcl Postmastor J M Saffell IV vHwl MSRffizmM M m PracticalMCtllFT OIF1 CXZfcTOXIfcT ter Ofliqe oftho Post Office JjwL - FRANKFORT OOTOBEK 1800 Contract Let Messrs LeCompte GayleDrug Co A Handsome Residence have let the contract for the erection of their new building on Bridge Thistleton the new residence of street to Mr Jas G Brawner Tho Mayor E H Taylor upon the site of building is to be completed by tho the old Keenon place one mile from first of December the city on the Louisville pike is rap- Â¬ Promoted idly qpproaching completion and is an exceedingly handsome suburban formerly of this residence It isa three story frame of Mr Eugene Hall residing in Wash Â¬ moden style of architecture with city who has been years where splendid basement and cellar with ington City for several clerkship in one of the all the modern conveniences gas and he has held a to water upon each floor The gas will Departments has been promoted Â¬ Clerkship No 1 in tho Navy Depart be generated upon the premises and water pumped to a large lank in the ment of the Pension Bureau with a atic from which the building will be salary of 1200 a year supplied The plastering is the new Superintendent of tlie Adamant and is as hard as flint and Arsenal has finish like porcelain The doors on theflrst floor are of solid cherry and Adjutant General Sam E Hill on the stair railing is of modern style and Thursday appointed his brother Mr of the same wood highly polished J Lew Hill as Superintendent of f1 s Many of the floors are of hard wood the State Arsenal to succeed Capt every room is supplied with an elec- Â¬ W G Thompson who was injured by tric bell the chambers with elegant falling from a Cincinnati Southern stationary washstands and bath Railroad train in Lexington some rooms are upon the second and base Â¬ time ago and has since lost his mind ment floors The front of the Mr Hill took charge at once building presents a splendid appear Â¬ ance from the pike and is adorned Alternate Commissioner with an elegant portico in front with Senator Bennett Commissioner of wide stone steps and Port cochere the Worlds Fair has appointed Miss at the side It will be an elegant Jennie Faulkner of Lancaster a com- Â¬ home when completed missioner for Kentucky and Miss Sallie Holt of this city alternate IS Sued L It is the duty of these ladies to look Dr R S Payne of Scott county after Kentucky exhibits They re- Â¬ Miss has brought suit against the L N ceive 6 per day and expenses Railroad for damages for failure to Faulkner is a daughter of Col John put him off the train at the station to K Faulkner and Miss Holt is a which he had purchased a ticket daughter of Chief Justice Holt The petition recites that in January last the plaintiff received a telegram New Military Company announcing that his brother was dy- Â¬ or- Â¬ ing near Benson Station that he im- - A new military company was ganized in this city last night which j mediately came to this city and took will be called the Frankfort Rifles the afternoon tram for Benson that It is composed of the best material in as soon as the train reached that sta- Â¬ will be officered by tion he left his seat aiid endeavored the city and who have enjoyed a young men as fast as he could to reach the door military and of the car but before he could do so thorough to be one of education drill the crack promises the train moved off and that the in the State Fifty two av- conductor refused rr sron the train companies x m young men have enrolled their names although he showed his Y for him and others have expressed a determi- Â¬ yticket which had not been taken up nation to join and told the conductor he was anx- -4ousto get off to go and see his dy K 31 I Sold ing brother that he was carried on to Hatton Station from which point Gen E H Hobson Col Andrew he was compelled to walk back Cowan and Mr St John Boyle the which caused him great pain and eommitee of the Board of directors suffering he being afflicted with of the Soldiers Home who came to rheumatism at the time He is rep- Â¬ this city last week to look at the resented by Messrs Scott Violett Kentucky Military Institute with a view to purchasing the same were attorneys accompanied to the Institute by Judge W H Sneed who showed them about Midland iiesigu the premises and they were so well The Kentucky Midland Railway pleased with the place that they las adopted the design for an adver- - took an option upon the same for sing emblem for the road submitted three months and have gone to work y Miss Natalie Sawyier and has to raise the funds to purchase it in varded that young lady the prize which they anticipate little trouble Tored The design is an inverted Â¬ bbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Weilzel dress of the sender either written or 0DonnelIs printed should be placed upon the i Bill j n jr iijwy w I left hand corner of tho envelope Â¬ IfHiK The name of tho office the county and State spelled out in full UG tfSDont purchase before seeinEr NCINNAYL them will also prevent confusion By 6oW4T s Si-following these directions you will save tho post office officials much trouble and insure tho correct and FARM FOR RENT OR SALE Try Hi He Poultry Remedy prompt delivery of your letters to the friends for whom they are intend- THE CIIEANEY FAUST CONTAINING ABOUT incut staling tno dally averagl jK mail matter sent to that office tWH about 20000 pieces or over 0000000 pieces a year The greater portion of these it says are not called for or in cases of free delivery ofllcesthe ad dreses cannot bo found Misdirec Â¬ tion incorrect illegible and deficient address are given as tho leading causes At free delivery offices tho street should always be given and persons who change their location should give their former as well as present address Mail matter should bo plainly and correctly addressed tho name of the post office to Which it is to be sent should be clearly and distinctly stated tho name and ad Â¬ 7 e igl fh i L SEAL - t AND -- i 1 Uj OCT 16 t 17 AT m Wrmn Â¬ ed A New Association Building and Loan A department of the Atlanta Na- Â¬ tional Building and Loan Association has just been put in here by general agent J M Clemmons and quite a number of our best citizens have VnlLL SELL AT FUBLiUSALE OK THE 23D VV Sam Steele taken stock in the association lying of October tho farm of 9 Cai t below Frank on tho Kentucky rher miles fort containing 214 acres 110 of It In bluegrass Buckley the contractor heads the dwelling house and out bulldlngs 2 tenement list with fifty shares and then follow houses largo barn and stables all In good condi time stock and crop tion Will m11 Such names as Judge Thomas H carriage buggy at the SU110 farming Implements wagon and All sums under cash over Hines Dr E E Hume A W Over- Â¬ months credit with good securitythat amount MAHY I STEELE ton of the Farmers Bank Church aug23 td Administratrix Brothers W P Hudson jr O R Crutcher M Bucktey and others WM have already been abtained This is certainly a good showing ATTORN W for the association as far as Frank- Â¬ AND The Atlanta fort is concerned which commenced business RBAI ESTATE AGENT National PRACTICE COURTS 01 in January of this year has sold w Franklin and the IK THE counties anf adlolnlne also gtre special the nearly five million dollars worth of will sale of real estate attention to r ntspurchiwu and collection of claim and the lecotlatloii of loans Office opposite stock - acres sltimted within u few hundred wirds of -- ununlt fetation on tho Kentucky Mid land Rullro id about two miles east of Frank fort and tho sune conveyed by II Mnstlnto C it 1 Cheatiey Is for rent for the year beglnninc Ma loll 1st 18J1 or will bo sold on liberal terms For particulars imply to FllANK CHINK Sept G tf Frankfort Ky Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE For Sale by J W G AYLE Druggist - Â¬ Old Market house Corner 1 Â¬ 120 G Mar lyr i CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- j The BEST FLOUR is the Court house A Healtliy City The medical statistics show that Frankfort is one of the healthiest cities in the State No State official has died in office since 1805 no mem Â¬ ON OCT 10 11 and 12 ber of the Legislature has lost his life r from disease contracted here in the will have our Regular Fall Opening of century and there is a great- Â¬ WE Cloaks when wo will show one of tho last half cheapest handsomest as well er number of people who have lived Misses and Chlldrensas Jackets andline of Ladles Long Wraps specli to a hale old age in our city than in ever shown In Krankfoit We also call Jackets to our lino of Lister Seal Plush attention Respectfully any other place of its size in the State Call and examine our line It is all stuff to say that this is an un ODONNELL WEITZEL healthful location i CREAM Jpmi Inn FLOUR Collision on tlie Midland FARM FOR SALE angle covering a pair of spreading lers from an elks head On the e sides of the triangle are the rds Paris Georgetown and Frank- and in the center of the trian- Below the Elkhorn Route it of the triangle is the name of oad Kentucky Midland Ral- They will also use a cut made a photograph taken by Mrs B Orbison of the Buffalo Trace 3t with a moving passenger jpon it Both the design and pgraph are splendidly executed b ladies should bo proud of -- Split lier Nose Little Rosie Salender daughter of Mr George Salender was returning to her home in South Frankfort from school Monday at noon and in pass Â¬ ing along Bridge street was looking back talking to a school mate when she stumble and fell into the excava- Â¬ tion made for the foundation of the new building of the LeCompte Gayle Co striking her face upon a stone and splitting her nosj from the bridge to the point through the right nostril and bruising her forehead The injury was dressed by Dr S F Smith and it is hoped her face will not be disfigured by the scar Superintendent Geo B Harper of T OFFER FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN my farm containing 170 acres at the mouth the Kentucky Midland was making a 1 Elkhorn on tho Kentucky river In Franklin of county It Is mostly bottom land and Is trip over the road Tuesday afternoon for the cultivation of corn and tobacco suitable It Is watered by ponds and springs and has in his private car and when in the Ilnely 20 acres well set upon In bluegrass It has long cut jusc this side of Georgetown about residence good barn and other neces It a good sary out buildings so located as to make u dehis train collided with the freight lightful home For train going east Both engines had Scott fcterms call on or address my attorneys Violett Frankfort Ky MARY F QUARLES their pilots knockek off but fortunate- Â¬ 16 aug Gm ly no one upon either train was in- Â¬ jured nsmflLL FflRm made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co Lexing- Â¬ ton Ky For sale by all first class Grocers Dont fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook Â¬ Â¬ Dr 11 Kelley OHIO KY OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE IN FRANKFORT forsrle CAPITAL HOTEL FRIDAY OCT 17 1890 FRIDAY NOV 7 1890 FRIDAY NOV 28 1890 To Get Points Mr O R Crutcher will leave Mon day for Elgin 111 for tho purpose of investigating the creamery business and to make arrangements for the early establishment of the creamery near this city a company for the operation of which has already been organized T WISH TO SELL THE FARM I NOW LIVE 1 on known as the Peter Dudley farm looated on the Frankfort and Versailles turnpike road two and a half miles from the former place con- Â¬ taining about 100 ACRES OP LAND given etc Tills farm Is especially adapted to tho dairy bus- Â¬ iness market garden and tobacco culture each Cured without any surgical operation and with little or no pain of those can be run at tho same time success- Â¬ fully for years Immediate possession can be SeptlS lm ROBT MCMILLAN BLEEDING FXE3or BLIND ITCHING Chloroform Llgaturo or Knife I riot necessary with this mode of treatmeat Appointed Public Admin Â¬ NEW MEAT STORE lork istrator FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISSURES THE SOUTH SIDE I WOULD RESPECT Cored without cutting oi tearing Mr W J Ohinn jr has been apfully inform No In for this have opened u the citizens of Frankfort that I pointed Public Administrator CATARRH ULCERATION county by County Judge Williams Broke Her Hip flowing dispathh from Paris 6 Of the bowel cured Mr Ohinn is a young lawyer of abil Â¬ street td from the Cincinnati Com where Mrs Bennett wife of Judge B F ity who will conscientously dis- Â¬ at 380 Second keep In South Frankfort of freshI DrHellT has now been Tlsltlngthls cltyrega will constantly stock all kinds neaily fetuiiHuis and the many cures Gazotto of Thursday and uilt meats sausage Ac My wagon will arlyfor maoe araoug the wealthy and lnuumtlta Bennett member of the Constitu- Â¬ charge the duties of the position inako regular trips every morning and deliver he has are sufllclenteTldenceof hlssuoeess Ky Oct - Mr Wren Gen tional Convention from Greenup meats at tho door A share of your patronage citizens enger Agent of the Ease Ten county It Is now a well established fact that man dl is boliclted in coming down the steps Sold His Place oases of the stomach liver kidney bladder ncl Virginia Railroad and m system are either caused oi Truth It Â¬ MEx stoibei 47 1- -- ts Geheral aanager of the n vn and Mr Schultz Southern passed y Midland from lust evening on a ie Louisville South--- r for the Kentucky made the Midland if 50000 for their 3 holding for 800- get possession of thorn people will Frankfort to Law end the road from line This would rh road from Vir- he Midland Road co Thursday morningatMrs Robinsons corner of Main and Washington streets where she boards was so un fortnate as to make a misstep and fall down tho stairs breaking her hip in the joint Dr Jas R Ely was called in drossed her injury and she has since been resting easy Her hus Â¬ band was in Louisville witnessing tho Fall Celebration at tho time but was telegraphed for and returned hero that afternoon Mrs Bennett is a lady advanced in years and will bo confined to bed for several months Mr Albert G Joffers sold his farm known as the old Stephens place ly Â¬ ing on the Versailles pike two miles from the city on Tuesday to Mr S P Mason for nine thousand dollars equal to cash tf Burclliarcat H womb and nervous wturavated by the coexistence of PILES JflBTD KIS3UBE or RECTAL ULCKB G MATTEEU THE u REFERENCES Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Franklin Morris Graefensburg Btaten Frankfort Ky V Merberlcb Frahkfort Ky Be L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Married in Jefl Mr JosophJR Hales of Bollopoint and Miss Agnes Connor of High View elopodfrom this city to Joffor sonville Indiana and were married Monday evening flwtiipiilier 334 MAIN STREET Blchard Ferguson Frankfort Ky W J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Kv Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KEELEVS office and residence Is at St Eighth street Cincinnati and where wstbe found every day of each week EXCEPThs my Frankfort Ky PSIDAIB AHD SATUEDAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and tW mode of treatment sent free U any one by ad dressing thbEast is no truth in Tonnes- Do not bo discouraged Headaches Bakers Famous SHILOHS CURE will immediately can be cured Headache Specific will surely cure roHevo Croup Whooping Cough and Olinnn Bronchitis Sold w 28 or sale by J W Gayle -- W s FRANKFORT - a Ztfi KY j- M D a59WeatHlffhthSt01noinnti O HT CONSULTATION ITOW Wt I KELLEY a Daat lr j pNtfkj jjaaefeikjti immimmkwmi J j A T A - J J i - vui JMrjilUlV ny aaar vnmv y jf4 m Tfcw t r fri M y t Filff Imp a II M BUT TRUE FACTS fwLjZ BMasvnnaaMjHMTin ctFSCOKTfcliTTiBi l m ijiwBwruwuiaapWM I From 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 m So I will make such low prices as will sell Interest yoii SAVE FULLY IS THE LOCATION OF SEAT OF GOVERNMENT A Â¬ Â¬ id lake a change in my business that is to sell the Dry Goods branch out entirely consisting of a full assortment of the latest and most desirable line of The same -- and - Domestic - Dress- - Goods This partic- Â¬ them at once Call early while my stock is yet complete and you will st11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 50 PER CENT Â¬ I TIME TABLE Taking effect Sunday May 12th 188 le following time taoio win ue m uncut Ion this road TBAINS SOUTH lb 23 leavosFrankfort fNo 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TB11NB 825 a m 213 p m 550 a in Proper Question to be Settled by a Constitu- Â¬ tional Convention G12 p m No No No No BY JUDGE WM LINDSAY 1003 a m 500 p m 910 p m of Kentucky The 612 p m ndopted first Constitutionprovided by the April IS 1712 at Lagrange 10th article for tho appointment of a for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for commission to fix a place for tho Boat of 18 leaves Frankfort 20 leaves Frankfort 22 leaves Frankfort 24 arrives Frankfort No 23 makes connection NOnTII Bloomliold No 21 makes connection at Lagrange for Cincinnati and at Anchorago for Bloomfield E P BRYAN Agent KV MIDLAND BY RAILWAY STANDARD TRAINS RUN No3 Noll CENTRAL TIME A Uo2so4 I PM AM MIM 743 728 655 389 G 22 415G55 4801709 4421720 505 741 805 545 318 558 326 C07 Lv Frankfort Georgetown Newtown Centievlllo Ar Purls Lv StnipgUrnd Elkhorn Svltzer Ar 1008 810 950 752 U41 92G 8 54 8101600 829li25 8401688 Connections at Georgetown with Queen cent for Cincinnati and the East pm a m Ar Frankfort 305 545 Lv Georgetown 415 655 Lv Cincinnati 620 1015 Ar Cres- Â¬ 1M 811 655 403 M M Connections at Paris with Ky Central Itj r m A Ml I A I 1 305 545 415 655 505 lv Georgetown Maysvllle Frankfort Ar 10 09 7 47 1045 Ar Paris Cincinnati W 8101025Ar 620 12451 Ar 730 125Ar 810 600 235 Lv 5201 155 Lvl 715 Lv U0 854 655 810 Winchester Richmond t SHORTEST QUICKEST ROUTE TO Cincinnati and the East B i T FARMER Cltv Ticket Aet GEO B HARPER GflnFrelcht Gen Superintendent V L CLARK Pass Aat iV h FfiANKFOftT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT OCTOBER 4 1890 mj Large Crowds Went Down is- i - feii TO All the traics from this city to Louisville were crowded on Wednes- Â¬ day and Thursday with people going down to witness the Fall Celebration Season of qo qi l M The following distilleries have com- Â¬ menced operations for the season of 1890 91 The Old Grow on Monday the Hermitage on Wednesday Ce- Â¬ dar Run and J S Taylor on Thurs- Â¬ day m m The Boss Potatoe Mr Jas Richardson of this coun vty has laid upon our table the largest It sweet potatoe of the season weighed four pounds two ounce s and measured seventeen inches in circum- Â¬ Pretty good for a dry sea- Â¬ ference son but then Uncle Jim is the boss gardener in his section THE REV GEO II THAYER of Bourbon Indsays Both myself and wife owe our lives to SHILOIPS CONSUMPTION CURE 28 For sale by J W Qaylo government which Commission was empowered to receive grants from individuals therefor and to make such conditions with the proprietor of proprietors of tho land so pitched on by them as to thorn shall scein ngnt uuu sunn ue iigiuuu io oy mo said proprietor or proprietors and lay off a tovn thereon in such manner ns they shall judge most proper And the arti And the sent of clo further declared government so fixod shall continue until it shall be changed by two thirds of both branches of tho Legislature The House of Representatives of the first General Assembly caused tho Com missioners to be selected in tho mode They prescribed by the Constitution fixed upon Frankfort as the permanent They accepted the soat of government following and other propositions of sub stantially tho same tenor and effect Propositions to the Commissioners ap pointed to fix on the place for the perma sent seat of government for the State of Kentucky If tho Commissioners ap prove of Frankfort ns the proper place I will give to the government for the term of soven years the house and tenement lately occupied by Gen Wilkerson described in tho plnn of said town as No 1 Tho lots 58 54 08 7 74 815 and 84 marked public grounds shall bo convoyed and warranted to tho government The half of the unsold lots absolutely which amount to thirty seven shall also bo conveyed or thirty The choice of tho unsold tho rents of warehouse for soven years In addition to the above I will deliver on reasonable notice on the square mark ed public grounds ten boxes of glass 1500 pojnds of nnils 50 worth of locks and hinges and equivalent of stone and scantling for buildings If more space is equired to bo laid off in half acre lots I will lay off fifty acres morewhioh shall be added to tho number unsold and divided with and convoyed to the government and If tho Commissioners choose to divide the lots in preference to making choico that iB tho Commissioners to take one lot and I will take tho second and so proceed on tho division ANDREW HOLMES By Harry Innes etc In addition to the above section other parties subscribed 3000 to bo paid in specie Out of tho proceeds of such grants and contributions the first set of publio building were in the main erect ed The State accepted the conveyances occupied the public grounds and pro ceded to sell and convey to private per sons tho out lots received in tho proposed division of lots nnd n very large number of the most valuable lots in tho city of Frankfort are now held under titles derived from tho State Tho validity of these conveyances to and by tho State was considered and up held by tho Court of Appeals in tho case of Brown vs Andorson 1st T B Monroe page 198 Tho question was thore raised that the contracts between tho State nnd contributors of lands were against sound public policy But tho conrt said in re sponse Tho peoplo in convention assomblod decided tho policy was sound and then provided for contracts under it Tho Legislature nt tho succeeding session accepted this contract in accordance witli tho then existing Constitution inul pro vided for carrying it into effect by ap pointing diroetors of the now capitol and authorizing thorn to sell tho laud granted which was dono nnd this is ono of tho sales This decision on both tho consideration of tins contract as well as on its policy is of so high a nature as to conclude all tho functionaries of tho Â¬ Â¬ government from questioning it as a which he lias received the benefits be cause it is not evidenced by such a writ question of mourn and tuum This decision settles that the Stato so ing as will take it without tho provisions Nor does a cured the titles to these lands by con of tho stntuto of frauds tracts and that the consideration pass sovereign State proud of its past history ing to the grantors was valuable in its and jealous of its good name refuse to character That consideration wns the perform an obligation fairly entered inagreement by the State that tho town of to and sufficiently supported by a bene Frnkfort should bo made the capital un- ficial consideration long since received der and pursuant to tho Constitutional because it can not bo coerced into stand declaration that Tho seat of government ing by its plighted faith No so fixed shall continue until it shall bo man acting on his own behalf changed by two thirds of both branches would deliberately violate a contract like of the Legislature that entered into by the Stnte in relation The contracts thus consummated bo to tho location of the seat of govern tween the State on the one side nnd the ment and it is difficult to believe that contractors of lands money and materi any self respecting man acting a mem als on the other bound each side alike ber of a Constitutional Convention will Tho Stato took titles which it could and give aid or countenance to a movement did put upon tho markets and those who looking to the violation of that contract gave and those who purchased from tho by the people of Kentucky As we havo Stato did so npon the faith of tho States seen the considerations were sufficient undertaking that tho seat of government to induce tho second and third Conven should remain at Frankfort until changed tions each to abide by and reaffirm the by two thirds of both branches of tho contract in question and they will no Legislature doubt bo sufficient to induce this Con The struggle to remove the seat of gov- vention to ordain that tho seat of Gov ernment to Lexington commenced ut ernment shall remain at Frankfort until Â¬ ED HHRRIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- once But the convention of 1799 which ndopted tho second Constitution declinoJ to intermeddle with tho contract of tho State to keep the seat of government at Frankfort until tho Legislature should change it by tho required two thirds vote nnd declared by the Eight article of tho said second Constitution that tho seat of government shall continuo at Frankfort until it shall be removed by law provid ed however that two thirds of all tho members elected to each House of the General Assembly shall concur in tho pas sage of such law From 1799 to 1849 tho struggle to change the seat of government by law In 18 19 was renewed from time to time tho Convention that framed our prosent Constitution followed the example of the Convention of 1799 kept tho faith of the State and by the Ninth article of the Constitution embodied the contract entered into with tho parties who made grants of land and contributions ot money nnd material by providing that whilst tho seat of government may be retho two thirds of all moved by law members elected to each House of tho General Assembly shall coucur in tho passage of such law The present Constitutional Convention like the conventions of 1799 and 1819 is bound by tho contracts undor which the State took benefits in 179 and upon tho faith of which parties purchased tho lots of land received by the State under those Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sacredly observed and upheld by tho present Convention as it was kept by tho Conventions of 1799 and 1849 Tho claim that tho assembling of the Convention opens tho whole question nnd frees tho people of tho Stato from tho obligations of their contract is as un founded in law as it is indefensible in morals Constitutional Conventions as much as State Legislatures nro bound by tho contracts of the constituencies for whom they act A Stato can no more irapnir the obligations of its contracts by the change of its Constitution thau it can do so by a legislative enactment 115 United States Reports 050 1G Wal lace 110 232 United States Reports 1J12 89th New York 80 Cooley on Constitu tional Limitations sec 275 If it bo said thero will bo no remedy in case tho Convention shall assume to romovo tho seat of government withont tha consent of two thirds of oncn branch of tho General Assembly tho answer is that the want of a remedy makes tho ob ligation of tho Stato to keep its faith so much tho greater Tho Convention now in session represents not only tho sovereignty of the people of Kentucky but also thoir history their good name and their good faith It is but fair to assume that each member of tho Convention will act upon the fnet that tho obligations of good faith know no relaxation in favor of any body of men howovor exalted or An honest man does not ro illustrious fuso to pay an admittedly just debt be Â¬ cause ho may interpose tho statuto of limitations as a bar to tho remedy Ho does not refuse to perform a contract of Â¬ Â¬ contracts The contract which was binding upon tho State in 1799 and 1819 is equally binding in 1890 And it is to be presum ed thnt the fnith of tho State will bo as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ditures of public moneys can not be pre- Â¬ vented Donations by towns nnd cities however large they may appear will accomplish little in keeping down tho public exponse Those who nro willing to give the State epect to bo repaid if not an hundred nt least many fold and it will bo more economical as well as more dignified for the State to purchase its lands nnd erect its public buildings at its own expense and without the assistance of any person or locality The public buildings nt Frankfort havo nnswered the purposes of the Stato dur- Â¬ ing the past fifty j ears For teas than 50jOO the plan for their improvement can bo carried out and this improve- Â¬ ment made they will be snfiicieut during the coming fifty years for all tho pur Â¬ poses of tho State and will bo as com- Â¬ fortable and imposing as tho republican simplicity of the Kentucky peoplo de Â¬ mands The proposition therefore in Â¬ volves the expenditure of three or four millions of dollars on the ono hand by tho removal of tho seat of Govornmont or of not more than 750000 on the other in cne the eat of government removed by the votes of two thirds of all shall bo loft at Frankfort and the presthe members elected to each branch of ent public building improved and com- Â¬ An adherence to pleted the Goueral Assembly the terms of tho contract can work no In the estimation of the controlling sorious inconvenience to the public majority of the people of the State this Whenever it shall become the deliberate is not the time to make changes for tho and fixed opinion of he people of tho mere sake of a change nor to lay the Stato that the seat of government should foundation for the unnecessary expendi be removed the necessary votes o enact ture of public moneys and the conse tho law providing for its removnl will bo quent increasp of taxation And the found It in no extraordinary or unusual Convention will not profit by the experi Â¬ thing for a bill to receive the votos of ence of the past if it shall act upon the two thirds of the members of each assumption that the seat of government House and no hardship can result to any can be removed and an increase of taxa- Â¬ ono by leaving established things alone tion avoided Whether tho question bo until the deliberate opinion of the peo considered from tho standpoint of sonti ple demands their change After more raent or of puulic morals and good faith than ninety five years of discussion tho or of judicious economy the conclusion likelihood of tho seat of government be is inevitable that the Convention should ing removed by legislation is probably leave tho sen t of government to remain at Frankfort less to day than it over has been But if it be the will of the Convention Tho peoplo of tho State have at no time set on foot the agitation for the re- - that wo shall have new and expensive moval of tho seat of government and public buildings let them be erected at they do not to day encourage its agita- - the presont seat of government In and tion The discussion has been precipi around the city of Frankfort nnd upon tated upon tho present Convention ns it her surrounding hills sites nro to be has in tho past been precipitated upon found that none of her ambitious rivals the General iVssembly by those who wish can equal A magnificent capitol upon to subserve thoir local and selfish inter Arsenal Hill overlooking the city standests nnd with no view to the promotion ing upon the brink of tho rivor that bears of tho general good The history of tho the name of the Stale and having for us Commonwealth during tho century of nearest noighbor the final resting placo its existence is indi solubfj associated of Kentuckys distinguished dead would with tho city of Frankfort In this city harmoniiso with the history and tradiits Governors havo resided its Legisla tions of our people and satisfy thoso who tures havo held their sessions and its demand that we shall have publio build highest court declared the law to all its ings commensurate with tho wealth digpeople This association should JJot bo nity and grandeur of the Commonwealth disturbed unless for all sufficient ffisons If wo are to depart from the simple hab- Â¬ and nono such havo been or can Ujjjgiveu its of tho olden times and bo sati sfied Leaving tho question of the lojjjjtion of with nothing short of tho splondid am tno seat oi government 10 me vy i or me luxurious capitol baildings of these me peoplo is impracticable unless ro Con ern days it will be well so to locato th vention bo willing to have the snared con- that our future governors and legislate tract of the Stato annulled by Wniuority nnd judges and all who como to see I of those who may soo proper K go to the admire may look out upon the mr Suppose tho peoplo boLiled upon monts tho State has erected to mark polls Winches- - graves and commemorate the virtue to chooso between Leximrto tor Danvillo Lebanon Louas5lle Bow- - patriotism of these simple minded ling Green and Frankfort t- - any three spoken soldiers statesmen jurist or more of these cities tho probabilities pioneers who by their modest av are that no single city will receive the j protentious lives won fer Kentuo votes of one third of those who go to tho crown of honor and glory of wb To base the romoval upon such a Kentuckiaiif of to day aro so polU vote will bo to violate tho contract of tho proud Stato to keep tho seat of Government at Frankfort until removed by two thirds of both brunches of tho General Assembly inul this without the sanction nnd nirainst Is a disease rapidly on tho in tho will of a majority of tho voters of tho in America where everything Stato Surely such a proposition ought ing at high pressure night ar not to receive sorious consideration by a Men young in years aro coi body of men engaged in framing tho or breaking down from ove gauic law of a Commonwealth as jealous Everybody needs a reliable of its honor as it is proud of its history tonic something pure and plet Thoro is another view of this question Such a remedy is found in Dr I that should receive sorious consideration j Household Tea a purely vegf Tho removal of tho soat of Govornmont medicine the great Nerve Ton will necessarily involve tho immediate ex restores nerve power and vig penditure of several millions of dollars nothing else can Has cure Commencing at the foundation suitable Vitus Dance of ye- Hng pilOUU jjruuiiuo muni uu acuimil ituu directly upon the suitable public buildings erected Those parting health mi will cost not less thau three or four mil great new reinedj Economic estimates at South Side drug lions of dollars may bo made and small appropriations 6 P h asJced at tho outsot but tho history of tho erection of publio buildings during tho Cows for Salt Fr twenty years whether Federal cows for sale at the Clar last or Stato shows that tho prolligato expen tho Louisville pike Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I I Â¬ Â¬ Nervous Prostration Â¬ Smoke LONG miilfflWh DURHAM - HAVANA TtT imi i Cigar FILLER i Best on lEsu 5 CPMTe IFOZES m Yggpiggij ii I In in I iitfTAfflMlMiirfrB-iVft-it- f iwifflWmtw wjb Religious V in 6 fould be greatly obliged lo the ministers and olhcers of churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made IILIJ I Hi LUIl Rev H G Henderson will occupy the pulpit at the Methodist Church to morrow morning nt 11 oclock and I raAPDULMTjMBnSN at 730 p m The usual services at Ascension to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m will be conducted by the rector Rev E A Penick Church Rov W Q Neville pastor will conduct the services at the Southern to morrow Church Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m pÂ¬ jlvuvu nijiiiaij ijiij nv xs it will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow morn- ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Rev G his pulpit at the Baptist Church to- Â¬ morrow morning at 11 oclock and evening at 730 oclock Sunday school in the chapel at 930 a m Rev Father Lambert Young the pastor will conduct the services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to- morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 m 3D FBagbyDD will occupy 1 I IS 13 on Wednesday A p Rev Geo Darsie preaches at the Christian Church to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m Night subject Christ and the Common People The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the chapel at 7 p m The Union S S Teachers Meet Â¬ ing assembles in the chapel of the Christian Church Tuesday night at 730 Rov George Darsie preaches at the VaSuaMe Bridgeport Christian Church tomor Dr Brown Sequards elixir of youth ffSI jcow at 3 p m may be an important discovery but every one knows that Dr Franklin Rev W S Giltner of Eminence Miles New Heart Cure certainly is will preach this evening at 7 oclock It has given thousands afflicted with and to morrow morning at 11 oclock serious heart disease a new lease of BP life Druggists who can observe its at Pleasant Hill near Peaks Mill effects on many customers every- Â¬ where speak very highly of it Mr JRteeves Freeman John Weaver of Knightstown Ind says I have sold much of Dr Miles Mr T B Reeve3 Louisville and New Cure and have received many Â¬ O Monroe reports Miss Mollie Freeman of this city good N Y reports large salesof Dun And kirk were married Thursday evening at the best part of it is every bottle has 730 oclock at the residence of given satisfaction Sold and guar Â¬ 6 i the brides mother on North St anteed by J W Gayle W4 t y Clair street by Rev G F Bagby D Lost One bundle of dry goods D of the Baptist Church in the valued at S Finder will be liberally ijpresenco of a large company of in- - rewarded by returning to H J Per sJcUvited guests The attendants were ham Jett Ky a Mr Thos P Rogers of this city and v OMiss Lena Stone of Midway Mr L KBlatz of Louisville and Miss Hannah Smith of Midway The wedding was When Baby was sick we cave her Castorla i f4STio rf flio niAcf hnnnflfnl vliirli lintt When she was a Child she cried for Castoria ttaken place in this city for a long When she became Sliss she clung to Castoria iftime The parlor was brilliantly il- - When sho had Children she gave them Castoria September Mr Frank Huffman a young man 24 lbjO Jennie Black Infant daughter of W n Ohio states that he iinil Susie All on formerh of this county nftera of Burlington had been under the treatment of two brief Illness with diphtheria aged 6 years Of a truth misfortunes tread fast upon the prominent physicians and used their heels of each other A Ittle more than a month treatment until he was not able to get ago these aflllcted parents wera callPd upon to around They pronounced his case give up their baby Snndi Delt and now little Jen Â¬ to be Consumption and incurable nie the bright beautiful darling has closed her He was persuaded to try Dr Kings Discovery for Consumption blue eyes In death Just at the Interesting age New Coughs and Colds and at that time when she was the ny and pet of the household her little prattling tongue Is stilled her placa Is was not able to walk across the street He found before he vacant In the family circle and hearts already without resting sorely stricken are made to bleed ifr The had used half of a dollar bottle that Mow Is an exceeding heavy one and It Is Indeed ne was much better he continued to Rut the use it and is to day enjoying good hard to kiss the roi hlch mii tes If you have any Throat Ulested Salor linn taken her home sh3 was too health fair for earth It Is well The Lord guto and Lung or Chest Trouble try it We guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle the Lord hath ta ii her to Himself ail The hearts of loving friends In thl city and free at the South Side drug store 5 P H Carpenter county go out In sympathy to those boned down this nev aflllciion and mingle their tears ilth Porcelain lined preserving kettles with those shed over the grave of darling Jennie 4 qt 35 cts Gqt45cts 8 qt 55 cts 10 qt GO cts qt 63 cts 14 qt 70 A EBiscavery cts lb qt 100 at Buckleys 35 In Richmond Vn Wonder Worker SPORTING GOODS GUNS AND LOADED SHELLS FISHING GUN TACKLE RSSIIII - IMPLEMENTS RELIABLE GOODS NO CHEAP TRASH COTE IMS 31 FHJCE THE LOWEST Il Follow tiic Rusli To Ed Harris stores where you can buy the best goods for very little money Go and be convinced 33 Miiyza 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 o CHURCH DWARD OLMSSEN lyr -- CRAY iiPiKACn -- ICAL IN- - 1- Of all the flour made or sold in the State Miles Sons is the best without a doubt 14 Old fashio led double thicked tin ware at Buc leys 35 -- Plumber GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets GUARANTEED In rear of Salenders Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 1IFEM AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK - Miles Nerve ancl Liver PIPE eiJuminatea and tastefully decorated 1H iwith flowers and suspended in the centre oi tne room was a orutai oen Tfjroses under which the bride and groom stood while the ceremony was periormea xne uriae looiteu loveiy man elegant white silk made en ain gold braid and lace trimmings th Henry VIII collar and Sbridal I and wore diamond ornaments bridesmaids were arrayed in e silk mull with pink roses t the gentlemen were attired in full dress suits r the congratulations the com- ere invited to partake of an supper The table was beau- lecorated with flowers and under a weight ofjgood oth liquid and solid to which s did ample justice After Axe young people engaged in j until the bride and groom 3iv departure on the 930 train lal tour to New York and tern cities when they ad- Weitzels Hall and con- e dance until the wee sma lpper was furnished by Messrs os while Messrs ipplied the liquids Bu- - Seal Cloaks Mr Stevens of A E Burkhardt Co will be with us Tuesday and Wed Â¬ They speedily cure billiousness bad For Sale Steam engine separa- Â¬ taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ tor and corn mill for sale cheap as I tion Splendid for men women and to All in children Smallest mildest surest desire quit business Jonxsox good V S T repair 30 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 52 m Graefensburg Ky 45 ly J W Gayles Frankfort Ky Morphine Chloral habit- - Homo Arctic flour is a first class patent treatment painless siml cures and equals any patent sold in Ken opium perfect Address Specific Remedy Co Lafayette Intl uuglU Snt ucky Try it 14 An important discovery Thej- - act on the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A principle Pills iev VtJT -- wn ysss3 CI AraKMQBmaftSX No Damaged Goods foot oval front I received a large line of cloth- Â¬ silver plated show case and one Gf ing just men for youths and boys that I gallon oil tank As good as new and will be sold at a bargain Apply at will sell at astonishing low prices These are all new goods consisting 3 this office of the latest and most desirable patterns No mark up and down prices Rip Raps but one price and that the cheapest Is the place to buy your boots shoes Call and see for yourself at Ed Harris hats caps dry goods notions c Corner Main St Clair Call and get our prices on groceries ugars 13 14 and 15 of all kinds Tobacco erowers go to R K Mc pounds for Pure sour mash whisky 40 50 and GO cents per quart Olures and get you a suit of oil Country produce taken in exchango water proof slickers to cnt your 1 tobacco in lor goods m M T Mitchell Prophylactic Frankfort Ky 3 324 Broadway Use it in every sick room Will For Sale One 0 Â¬ 1 Tari Twill go up on tin but prices nesday Sept oOth and Oct 1st with a on tin roofing will bo lower than ever for the next thirty days at Buckleys splendid line of Seal Garments 35 3 Sam D Johnson Co FOR SALE South Frankfort TVO cottages tuland for sale Apply nnd to 1 acres ot limn Sept 27 2t COO J C RUSSELL Frankfort Ky 1 THE SHORTEST AM QUICKEST ALL 1890 BLUE GRASS Georgetown Entire A to lev Orleans NURSERIES Time 25 Hours Trains Baggage Car Day Coaches Sleepers lun through without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST IMMENSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala 1 tal trues Grapevines Asparagus small trees and everything for the lawn orchard and Time 26 Hours garden We have no agents but bell direct at Through Sleepers without change The Short low prices to the planter Write for catalogue to line hetneen Cincinnati and Lexington Ky Time 21 Hours H F HILLENMEYER 12 Knowillk Tenn Sept 27 3ni Lexington Ky n 17 ashev1lle Darbys LOnSflLU 6 lASflTILlE L ant direct root from Chattanooga Tenn 11 15 10 Ala LIRS Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shreve port c Atlanta 0 13IHM1NU1IAM Electric Bitters This remedy is becoming so Sower 7 more of he number cook 35 ers Blood Elixir ally demonstrated to this country that it is 1 other preparations for i It isapositivocuro for isoning Ulcers Erup- mples It purines the and thoroughly builds ution W Gayle Druggist ADE miserable by In isumption Dizziness te Yellow Skin Shi- drticr store itivo cure 1 well known and so popular as to need no special mention All who have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of praise A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys will remove Pimples Boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers For cure of Headache Constipation and Indi- Â¬ gestion try Electric Bitters En Â¬ tire satisfaction guaranteed or Price 50 cts money refunded per bottle at South Side and Â¬ Â¬ keep the atmosphere pure and AH trains urrive at depart from Central Union wholesome removing all bad odors L001S1ILLE TI IMUU 111 MS Depot Cincinnati tor Rates Maps Ac address from any source FRANK W WOOLLEY One hundred and flftr miles Traveling Pass Agt Will destroy all Disease Germs D GiIWd CO HARVEY infection from all Fevers and all SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK Vlce 1res CINCINNATI O G P J T A contagious diseases And the only rente SLEEP IN PEACE The eminent physician J Marion Sims of New York says I B ST TJSIiTO- Without Change of Cars am convinced that Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu It you are going to emigrate to able disinfectant FOR BED BUGS 21 Â¬ Trie qnhk for Texas Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 545 a nijarrlveClnclnnati 1025 a 111 Quicker than uny other line PRATTS KILLER OP P I I Carpenter The best salve in the world foi This Is the Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter CHEAPEST AND JJEST ROUTE Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns No change of qjja to and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS quired It is guaranteed to give AND NEW ORLEANS perfect satisfaction or money re for further lnforaaUon address Price 25 cents per box funded C P ATJIXORE GPTA For sale by South Side drug store Â¬ Â¬ ISuckleus Arnica Salve Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin Houstin This preparation Is superior to all others fo the following reasons It kills the hugs Instantly It ellectuallydestroys their eggs therefore It Is only necessary to use It once cr twice during the season It possesses advantages over Insoet nmviinra n asniuehuslt can bo used In places which they Will liui icuviJ Its odor Is agreeable and It Is warranted not to Injure carpets linen or furniture No latal eiitcts can result from Its use as It contains no poison which fact should give It u place In every hoirehold Sold hi large bottles at 25 cents each For sale by W 11 AVERILL at wholesale and retail JOHN H STAOKHOUSB 1 CO q iy P H Carpenter L00I3VILL KKNTUOKT ocMJm SOLE AGENTS C32 Arch Street Pelladelnhla t WRW ABETOES FOR- - OCL yu0- TRODb esdl mam LATEST STALES I3ST- k AID - U f unuUJ119i YOUMANS STi TSON S AND OTHEI Ifcvdlsude OTrercoa-ts-- FIE iM 1 M S3 I A large and fine assortment of fall and winter garments in this line Gentlemen who want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to inspect this line We will be glad to show you what we have i HUDSON I Bridgeport IsaJ I PM AnM r m piiaui gosM u w m jcucr bpw y wt G UAggLLL raKics acwrsonc720irxsncapsa ztcJxtNRjCBrxszan I -- I v Mr Irvin of Cincinnati was in the city this week on business Mr Bowman Adams and Mr Lane were down to Louisville Sunday and a good time was had up till the train Gas Well left Louisville as Mr and Mrs Ed Washington and Mrs White and the There are times when it would celebrated White brothers did much seem as if God fished with a line and to make the short stay a pleasant the devil with a net Drink sulphur ono water There was a good crowd of our peo- Masters Thos Grant and Thos out to see the play of Under the Taylor are the champion bull frog raslight last Friday night and when catchers of the town having caught the show was over they were turned as high as thirty in a single night out through the left hand door A Mr and Mrs Jas Murray and lot of rubbish was scattered around daughter are visiting the family of and many came near falling over it Mr A F Orighton New York City down the stops We look to Manager Weitzel to abate such a nuisance if he desire the patronage of our people Mr J W Tremoro expects to move to Nicholasville in a few days He Danced Mr and Mrs MacKoldoway after an absence of several months have Rev George O Barnes the moun- Â¬ returned to make this their home tain evangelist is evangelizing at Stagg Co aro building a wall be Â¬ Forres in Scotland and writes a let- Â¬Â¬ tween their warehouses and tho river ter home occasionally to tho Lexing- Â¬ to keep them from sliding into tho ton Press In a recent communica Â¬ tion ho described with great satisfac river tion a jolly Scotch dance in which he The world is full of critics Politi- Â¬ says his clerical logs participated cians critise tho conduct of the ad Â¬ without hurt to his conscience ministration christians criticise tho conduct of guilty sinners and gulity A Clieap Aflair sinners criticise tho conduct of sol Â¬ cross Newspaper men diers of tho criticise everybody and overy thing Kentucky has tho cheapest and in tho heaven above and the earth bo shabbiest state house to bo found in low and in tho waters under tho any of tho surrounding States earth Criticisms you know aro di- Â¬ Even West Virginias cost four times vided into two kinds just and unjust aB much Missouris ccst six times and critics into two kinds fools and as much Ohios over 15 times In Â¬ ignoramuses If you want to catch dianas 23 times Tennessees nearly a fool throw your line to tho man 30 times and Illinois nearly 50 times Jessamine Journal who volunteers to settle any little m difficulty you may happen to have If you want an ignoramus cast to- - Children Cry for Pitchers CastoriaT ward tho man who tells you how attending When Frank leaves for the sunny South she will then realize how sad it is to part from those we love The sermon preached by Rev H W Williams at Evergreen last Sun- Â¬ day on The Crucifixion of Christ was the most eloquent discussion your scribe has listened to for quite a length of time Mrs Sallie Crockett is visiting rela- Â¬ tives and friends in Hawesville Mrs Mamie Garrett and child re- Â¬ turned to their home in Louisville last Monday after having spent sev eral months visiting relatives here Mr George D Hancock has been on the sick list for several days Several of our neighbors are busy this week making sorghum molasses Â¬ much better he could have preached a sermon addressed a jury revised or The protracted meeting nt Ever- Â¬ the Constitutionkeephow much better of Sunday with ten ad- Â¬ repair he could city the sidewalks do green closed last a city than the authorities ditions as the visible result and you will get the man you want Born Saturday the 27th to the Dear mayor and council dont think wife of Squire G V Hall a fine son us critical but please sirs give us a city We are glad to announce that Miss walk through Craw to the D L limits M Hallie Russell has greatly improved in Leestown since our last report Among tlie Colored Citi Mr R D has purchased the farm zens of Mr Wilder Diipuy containing 225 acres for 5500 The place was for- Â¬ Mr merly known as the Dr U V Wil- Â¬ badly Pres Campbells young son was hurt Wednesday While out liams farm driving the horse took fright and We regret to chronicle the death of threw the boy off against a fence cut Â¬ Mrs James h mett which occurred ting his head so badly that Thursday at the home of her husband on Sat- Â¬ morning he was said to have lost hfs urday night tho 27th of paralysis mind entirely Mrs Hiett went to Frankfort with Mr Pearson is in the city this week her husband Saturday morning ap Miss Hattie Dean after quite a stay parently in good health but before she reached her home medical aid with her mother in Anderson returnwas of no avail ed home this week Mr Walton Parrent was partially Mr J Hudson of Lexington was in stricken with paralysis on last Satur- Â¬ the city this week His relatives and day morning All the Industrial friends deeply sympathize with him gion members of expected to be Le- Â¬ Lodge are at in his affliction their room on ounciay afternoon atÂ¬ Mabel Armstrong has recovered 330 oclock as business of imporfrom her recent attack of scarlet tance will be bafore the members fever and has again entered the The Literary has not met with the school room success that it should and the per Â¬ Mr Robert McKee has been em- Â¬ manent organization has never been ployed to teach in the new school completed Next Friday liight the district at South Benson His school young men will make one more at- Â¬ opened last Monday with twenty five tempt and if our poople do not como out and have their names recorded pupils K M I was the they will have no society The hop at the most enjoyable affair of the season Mr Louis Young of Lexington will so say those who are in the habit of be in the city Monday to spend the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Shaken Ont of Gear By malarial disease tho human machinery cannot half perform ita ofllicc Digestion secretion evacuation aro disordered tho blood becomes watery tho ncrvc3 f cehlo tho countenanco ghastly Bleep disturbed and appetite capricious Terrible 13 this disease fell its consequences Thcro Is however a known antidoto to tho miasmatic poison and a certain safeguard against it In malarious regions of our South and West in South America Guatemala and on the Isthmus ot Innama as well as in truninarino countries where tho scourge exists this inimitable pre ventivo and remedy Hostettors Stomach Bitters has during the last thirty five years been constantly widening tho area of its use fulness and demonstrating its sovereign value Liver complaint dyspepsia consti- kidney trouble rheumatism and do Cation aro all remedied by it Â¬ I IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - ttosoDuas y til I hioiere ew Moral ueips FOR Weddings runera Is Teleplione Oonnsctiom 261 33 West Jefferson Street - - - Louisville Ky Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Sm T3ic Best of the Season Dont forget that the popular and reliable Air Line will run Harvest Ex Â¬ cursions to the West and South West on September Sth and nth 22d and 23dOctober 13th and 14th at one fare for the round trip The territory to which tickets may be bought com- Â¬ n prises Missouri Kan Â¬ sas Nebraska North western Iowa Minnesota Arkansas Indian Terri Â¬ tory Texas New Mexico Colorado Wyoming and the now States North and South Dakota The Air Line is the Short Line makes the best time has the 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 write to South-wr-ster- This Space belongs to 00 T BUCKLEY LAZ3UrULfeElmtnKXE Traveling Passenger Aycnt Charley Freeman who has S E Corner Third and Main streets been confined to his bed for several Louisville Ky weeks was out on our streets Tues Mr Â¬ winter B L Bryant VI Keep your eye on3it day Miss Bessie Rodman who been in the city for severl weeks visiting her mother left Wednesday for Chicago The Board of Directors of the St John A M E Church has been all this week trying to secure the lot owned by tho U a b Order ot this city on which to build their new church As this is on the corner it will make a beautiful site and if it can be secured we know of no better location on the north side of the Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria StjL Kfl Patronize home industries and buy Miles Sons flour 14 Tobacco growers go to R K Mc Clures and get you a suit of oi water proof slickers to cut your 1 tobacco in Mr O B Jones of Springs Hill I have used Chamber Iowa says lains Pain Balm for severe ard painful burns with better effect than anything else I have over tried It relieves the pain instantly and cures Pain Balm without leaving a scar is one of tho most ueful medicines that any family can be provided with especially for rheumatism lame back sprains bruises tooth ache One ear ache and like ailments application will relieve the pain and a fair trial insure a cure 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle Â¬ i ITEE -- ccjEaiE- - OLD KENTUCKY A Mississippi -- ROUTE E D i CHICKEN Newport News Valley Co TO- SHORT LINE - Cholera Cure Washington Philadelphia Baltimore New York Old Point and the Sea Sh AND ALL EASTERN LIMITED river CITIES VESTIBULED le EXPRESS Lexington eastward dally at 615 p in for Chester Mt Sterling Moreliead Ashland lettsburg HuntliiKtun Charleston Rlclin Norfolk Washington Philadelphia New and all Vliglula springs and Sea Shore u lioston and all Eastern cities Makes c tlon at Winchester Tor Richmond Ky i termedlate points West bound tralnarr 035 p in VIRGINIA SPRINGS EXPRESS lenves ton eastward dally at 710 a in tor all It tlons Makes direct connection ut Hin Ry for all C fc O points wlthC Washington Baltimore Philadelphia York Passengers may take a sleeper lngton lor Old Point or Washington D A daylight ride to White Sulphur Thli for Parkershurg and all local stations or River R R and Columbus 0 and all pol 1 1 4 1 m Lead Poison cured I am a painter by trade Three years ago I had a bad caso of Lead Poison caused by using rubber paint The medicine drove the poison out through tho pores of the skin When I first commenced taking S S S my system was so saturated with poison that my underclothes wore colored by tho paint being worked out by tho medicine through the pores of my skin I was cured en Â¬ tirely by S S S 1 took nothing elso and hnvo had no return since Â¬ O Park Leak chickens die every year from era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed 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 Chol- Â¬ Â¬ Wsiynesvillo Ohio P H FllANK 1 CARPENTER E D Our Little Cltild SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS 11011 Our little girl Jessie had Scrofula See and Treas President R T Hasimt Wo tried tho best Al DltYKH for six years Vice President Superintendent physicians of Now York and Phila Â¬ also Hot Springs Ark delphia Co without avail Swifts Specific S S The Standard Printing S D B lUitbrow Scioto Valley R It West bound train arrives at 900 p in FAST MAIL TRAINS dally except from and to LouIsWlle and all local sti L A-- N and L S railroads all local s M V KC Ry and all local J N leaves Lexington eastward dally excep at 11H0 a in Make direct toumctlou at ton for points on L iV N Lou Sou Ry o iV T P Hy and Ky Cent Ryi and t Chester for all K C stations West bound train airhesnt 11140 p in ALCOMMOlUl 1UA lhAINfefor all po tveen Lexington and Ollw Hill leaejc eastward daliy except Minday at 5 iio ter wit Easi uoumi connects tn Ry for Richmond Kv niied ut M tlons Westward Mavslllennd all local at Lexington with Loul Louisville and all local West bound train arrlvt CINCINNATI FAST LINE east bound at llOi p 111 dally to tlons between Lexington and Mt Solid train with elegant Reclining Mt Sterling to Cincinnati Ma Lexlngt connection In Union Depot Cliiclnii trains East North and West On Sundays Fast Line for Clnclnnat Lexington at J A p in for all local s tweeu Mt Sterling and Cincinnati v ton Returning Fust Train will stop tlon on Hag to pick up or let olf passe West bound train arrives at UU5 da t cured her M mailed free SWIFT STjEOIFTf CO pi Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases Wagner Wartor Valloy Miss Formerly the Standard Frlutlng Ink Works MANUFACTURERS Sunday For Time Tables Rates and any 0 nation call on any Agent ot the Cl wrlto II K IllwriNOTOV ieneral Mummer S F O- F- 0 44 lKf JS On account DELAYED tfttm HfHfttftfl rrv V --ri of unavoidable delays we will not get into our mmtfTtT NEW STORE For some days yet Due notice will be given of l If And we promise a feast of Bargains to those who wait Dont buy a dollar s worth of THE OPENING -- SHOES- - CLOTHING- - OR - HBTS Until you see our i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I JXTEJTA71 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 STOCK 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I M 1 1 a il fov Jv PV 7V - In the meantime say now in all earnestness that to those who want to take advantage of the wre L0 K PRICES They can buy of this Old Stock Merchandise at nearly 1 OVEBGOHTS f 1 to 2 f aPs jej- 1 SDITS WD SHOES l - t- - That are W orth Double what we are selling them at In anil clear tie lie lei i KB KM COME AND GET THEM TAKE THEM AT ANY PRICE fcBi i J if Cratcher i TEMPORARY QUARTERS Starks